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Page 23 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

MVsAVWVrV,,VW' JS PART III. 12 PAGES. HE TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: T Special Mall Edition 1$ r Printed la Tone Part: The Saattsr M3ztac Is Prlaleitlm Out Part. 'I WWVWW,WNVx COPYRIGHT. 1H-X HY I'l RUSHERS. UKOtMJD KNAFP & COMPANY. XIXETYSECmTD YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO.. SUNDAY. MARCH 11. 11)00. PRICE FIVE CENTS. SAME OLD CROWD: Jlllll"aV?V! mniiiuiiiiiiiniinuinmniiiiiiuv'iiniimmiiniii iiiiiiiiiiiitiiinii itiiiiiniiiiiiiiiii umiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 11111111111111111111.'' lima ' M SAME OLD METHODS. Evidences of Money Spent to Break Down the Lowest Bidder on Light Contract. dj S a K -IN mi . ii & Slnco the Hoard of Pulillc Improvements awarded the contract to light the residence districts of St. Louis for a period of ten years from Septcuilier 1, ir"0. to the Kem Incandescent Eigbling Company f New. York, there have been unmistakable signs that persons h.-ing interests antagonistic to this eoiucrn haie I en making deter mined efforts, net spailng money, to pre ent the consummation of the final ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 24 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

W !- i- . THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, MARCH 11. I900. i Wi.i SOCIETY. Langtry, "The Concert," a Subject of Considerable Discussion Barge Audience at Music Hall Friday Night In formal Entertainments and Personal Mention. Sunshiny,, spring weather the last -week lias had almost a mogiral efTc-i on the so cial life;uf'tho town, which was virtually paralyzed -by" th storm of Hit- preceding week. Friday and Saturday the strefts koto thronged with d. stria ns ami broughams, while the shoos i.drly over flowed -with women engaged m the pur chasing of Fpring fabric- The places of' entertainment, too. had their innings; ami tboso who had been obliged to deny them selves pleasures of this sort tin? t be fore Hocked to see "OHer Gold'-mirh." FrancIsWilson and the opera at Music Mali. TJiero is considerable discussion life ju-t at present over the cumlng of Mm, Lang try and . the projected "The Concert" in which sho will have a vital part. The dis cussion, while vigorous, is entir-lv ub ro-a, and very...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 25 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: Kl'NDA v". MARCTi 11, 1000. e k 9 I g -8 . Ht I . w "V w t 1 I K c M. S ft CARPETS! CARPETS! Another Big Sale. All goods left from the Fire Sale will be sold this week at less than one-half of the regular price. Lincltne Floor Oilcloth, iro'ib Cr f Q yard, this teek at 9C Buberlce Floor Oilcloth, worth SV f r . L yard, tils ween at . ... .. 191 I Yliurrala Carpets that will act :o3e.l :25c worta 4?c tnia vteu at LINOLEUM Remnant from L to M yards, a yard, &t.M... J HT1E!SI 514 Franklin Avenue. PRETTY SPRING COSTUME. Hott Gray and Violet May Ro Kf-ft-rUvplv Combined. Ladies' Ciwlaaip, Consisting ftalst. No. 7D31. and Panel Skirt , Cnc-ir v -w ' rale gray erupt line wav cnosen mr im.- at- tractive cosiume, tviin iruiiiniii'- -i woici velvet and .-.te. 1 applique. jne .ui 1 mo nu-ei on a giovr-uixeii "ul" - -.....-....... - featlierbont-d nuitcri.il 793O-LA01FS' FANCY V.'AIST 7S31-.ADtES, PANEL SKILT. Xy'KSt SZ, 34, 35, 38 aad 40 inch bust. SHrt 22. . 25. 23 jai 30 in...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 26 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

4- A TIIE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 3LT?-Tf , BOO. IMMEDIATE ACTION IS MOST DESIRABLE. Till SHADOW OF DEATH CLEARING SALE SHORT LENGTHS and REMNANTS World's F;iir Wnrfci-rs I'ryo Ap pointment of :i Special Com mittee on IJill in Congress. ,HE!3H8KEIE552& ' U K i - n i fi if 1 U- i M f. f ft f - r j i K S.SI8. Hangs over thousands of poor unfortnnntes who might so easily ho cured. Ignorance and prejudice hare killed more people than rrlm TlsaRed war. Wo feel a sorrowful sympathy for the rmn who gees forth to battle, bat there are myriads of people all around von even you, yourself who are simply dylnf by Inches for the lack of a Mild, Constant Electric Current Scientifically applied to the seat of the trouble. The onlr successful appliance which noTor fHs, and which can always be" renewed Is Dr. Bennett's Electric Belt, Which, has soft, sUk.ec. chamois-covered spooge electrodes than can not burn or blister. This electrode Is my excfoelve patent and no oth er belt can, use it My belt Is a...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 27 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

TILE "REPrr.LTC: SUNDAY. MAECH 11.-T000. t X I & .& 15 as -r-B w - m jar k g a if 11 ar CURES WEAK Send Name and Address To-Day You Can Have If Free and be Strong and Vigorous for Life, INSURES LOVE AND A HAPPY HOME. xSlxii. I-- V. KAIM M. I. How any man rriav qui -k r rare htmlf after 5iar o niffortos from 5c-t..j., tftn-5J-. lew; itallty. rJht !osc$ Tartc-a..-. mc. and m Urc? ymall. xcrait orran to fall sir and rii;or. tlmrJr ar... yoar name a.ij.1 adilrf- to Lit. I. W. Knari. IMS Hull bUc.. IWroit. Ill h . nr1 . mil uladly t-nd tbe free m-a-lpl utth Jut! d- I irrtions i-o tnat any mift xnav easily cure cirti Flf at hr.n.-. Tfcla is cert-ilnly a most RnTOU4 tfTr. and th follo-srini; xtrajctH taken Sr.n IiH .ally mall ho-x what men thl: Iz of his eri.rro- Drar Sir: Tieas accept my sincere thanks for yours cf rretit datf. I taw ct.en your freatsiat a thorough test and tb-s bnt.t ha "SAVER" BESIEGED BY THE AFFLIGTED. The IN'verencl Frank Sandford Conducting Mysterious Serv ic...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 28 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

T)TE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, aLVROTJ 11. TOUO. 11 UA 1 1 OK AND WAN! BR HELP r t. "fc Jl r STEAMSHIPS. linau nutll ruiLii'TOi: island via JAPAN-CHINA iioxoi.ru racin- Mail s.s Co.. Occidental & Oriental S S Co. and O-lentai S. S. Co. Prom San Francisco: Uong-'von. China. Pektats, Manh IS. Garlic March S3; Honr-Ronc Maru. Man h 1 Tor rates, frelsht or rassae. apply to ' E. Town!cy. af-T . 4-1 ra". c; J 1. Algar. ant. 9XS Olive. SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Tli Line, f 1. Each Additional In-. Iftts I.X iSHIFH Hv xounc lai. -is fj-hi-r .-ti.2-,-rapher and assistant h.kk--ets ! Ill Lot I. salaty Ii tnnnthl) 11 IS llepubllc ""ttVIK Position bv a B". J all iround c e-k Call or address 1S1I M.rrcan. COOKt-Situatlon by an 'M r!i-nc-.t c.k. aim iwrusesirl. JIM X. Sarah si Trl landell 'j'A- " flJOK A Sltuition want-d as ''i-. In -t 1 ored wt-mar. fall it im. j l.u.as av . -.He references COOK Situation a- cook ac! Iiouseclrl. "n fixe j-nid refercPce-. n-n j(ijU of work 2J "lnney ave. p COOK Situat...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

SpSi -3K TETR TF.PTTPLTC. SI'XPAY. :-L"RCTT 11, 1900. OA1RD, PhAl bi a ROOMS, Ei a 0o Jk I i i 1 i V h ' 1 i h V-ft- V JL AGENTS WANTED. AOrNTS on salary o- commission: the greatest agents' seller x.r produced, every uer ot pea lira irK l.'V3 11 on t-tklit. WUiVlwrci-m "tool; no agent's rales amounted 'i ICO l.nslsdajs, inoth.r rr 'n two hvurs. Monroe life. Co, X. 43. La Cnere. Wis. AGENTS 1 ANTFlx-fl'"1 dat.5 made Lx acents s-!Urg o-.r claim Fit-. 1.-.J by -tery men bant mini rli ctan. in oa.petlll.n. i-ennanetit m ployinrnt. -uluMr terrilorx Rlxen. If jou ui e-dl so article of inrtl write Sajrril A CO.. 1 1J. rt Ollxe bt . st- IjK H'J AGENTS ANTFI A rwunt o-r.t ll. ex-rv cite In MisiKirt Illinois and Kur.a to II n-w aud attractli. ;niuranre il ! n at .ope-tiiti.; .men taiml'lr of earning birs- rata tie", who wilt irtif enttro tnn- preftrrej Sa.e lilnd L l-Ass.-lal1c?i. Chemical buildtnic. St. laiuls -GKN"TST1m wondtrlul llchli .nr .alro!a:tn I--noil. tn.- i-rtil that I'eur.- tilil...

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Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

THE "REPTT.LTC: STrXDAV. 3rATKTI" 11, TOOO. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. ) I 1 1 ! 1 i- Jfc H 1 1 i4 t i l- -. fc I- I -.--x- i i u r KW P1T AGENTS' RENT LISTS. (OP Continuing Business o f Anderson-Wade Reoltj Co? fVeSoiicitCofection ofRents.no Cnarje for Advertising i i ... i - - .. -i .. - .i .-- nF.iorN J--." Oi. sT 14 leoin and N e ur rii.K' aii-J line, u M MiiMinc WIS .altnne. It iih; all 'tJH , p-u 3144 line "1 . U rovtii . ... C-II Krankl.ti H.e. 11 rv-t'Si.' . Ij- 35 Vhuit:i a.-. 13 ruHit-. rU &.! Maple a. I- room ft-iti- -tabl- ... Wt H-Ilt xirnn-l c4.-tit.-t- 227 Ti-iiit -t , I! rnim all -un nm 711 Slati- ax-. I roni. .arc- ard .-. Vernon at,--. 1? r'm. . uitVJ . ltr-il AVahinRli n v- . i, room- - - 24J Ielm.r je. Jc io-m-- all ..me-i.-n. O -Tab-inn, nj i.m.' .-vr . . I'M Itu-ll. 12 room itid !jM' C.l Fisnv a lu r.m. uil -jti . i"xi . 574 CcdmLfrlun, : toon:-, -..p-i. ?14 J-ne t . ii ik."t 3 1M1 af J. t -r-ii-3CC i'TiiiTiaij av- r iii-. all c n ... in N. IW!'nA-U :;r 3 to a.-...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. IMAuOH II, IflOO. 9 "14e F ft ri r 9 i f ill I MONEY TO LOAN. OX HEAL ESTATE. FARM loans made an; amount w-anttsl. John II Hoa. 8:1 Chestnut st . room 4JI. FAKM loam at S per cent on Central and "Northern Missouri and Illinois farm. pre-payment privileges: rntmn Ice loan i r-r cut L 5. Hepubllc I HAVE 6.V to loan on first deed -of oust; will divide If nnwnn. il 115. Republic MONEY loaned on real estate security at current rate" I- S Urolhirton. 417 Pine sL MONET to lon, any amount: cttr security; lowest rates, John II. Terry & Sons. C21 Chestnut MONET to loan In ranu from v to jn.OX. at current rates; aie ra free. Kin. ii-wi. J. e,t- augh &. uro. . MONEY to loan on fitora'Ie terms to lor tewer In sums 10 suit, no il.-Ur. Call or write .Adam Weber, nil Franklin aie MONEY to Inn on real estate at i .ind C per cent large amount, l-wer rat.- xejiswaaM- charges, also, building loans; monthly iaj mania, 5-W and upward JOHN MAGL'IIZE real ESTATE CO . m; n. Eig...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

1foiyAjr. & v 10 THE REPUBLIC: SUIvPAT. MAHOU U, IflOO. I t fc if I i j V J. fcl. pfc."ft SUNDRY WANTS. bi'sinelss wastcu. A. ALPIRX-Cash paid fcr Iron. metal, rag, rubber and bones. Tel lill S M. Klnloch A ;. Ofnco Wl s. llrvwdvvay. AXY kind ci claim collected, anywhere, thl country or Europe, without charge unless w ce.rul. International I.iw and Collection As sociation. 3C XVI ca l-Jibllng. InsaslTtv.Mo. HHIXfl tout pictures to be framed to llre-ys cri store ami cet special price on Mondav. H X. llroudvv.iv. CHARLES WnRZ. sijrn anl ornarrcntal i'.nt lna;, show card ar.d store rrvnn- l'hone. Km loch A 102. &16 X. Sixth st C IIAXSEX' & CO. practical hoase movers and shorcrs; brlik ..r frame bull Imp raised, mm-ftt or straishtencd rW X ave. ELECTRIC l-IU kept In order one par. SI: KltlsSaeUon euaranteed: business appreciated. K.noOTv Electric Insurance Co.. Mauricn Smith. Manager. 714 X. Eighth st I JIAKi: a specialty of sJn and exchanco of real estate ami farms. a! buln...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC- SUNDAY. IMAKCH 11. 1900. II i if I i I T i r li Is Br FINANCIAL FRANCIS, BRO. & CO., 4k XO lxr Street, r XEW TORK STOCK EICUAXGE. T CHICAGO V IU1CACO DIRECT PRIVATE 5TRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL MARKETS LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS. TELEPHONES: l AainA f2?J2 ' ( Kinlochr A1450. Internal ionei OV JOPUX, MO. OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS: rrfVnt. A. t" TYKTKK Jopiin. Mo; Director I'nlon -tK Yard Co an.1 V Omaha h-iins Kinfe. Vie Pridnt D K WKXKinL Jop.ln. M.: rovtmastf? Jnnlin tcrtar and TYa.p--T J H CXUMlOHAKt S. -Tmh.1. Nrh. T!,::.V,vlV:Nr7Nln,,2-.It Ir IRA I rl MUM.. Ih-xtvn Ma5., President The report of a commit lee- cf th el-tn directors- ju rturnM frni a jv-Mrnal Inspection of thr .xn.ram r-vixries. is jur Is-nied, and raiy b 'J-lajm d ly nppUlnjrat any of th cffieft 'f Jwhw IJmxin A. Oo. j tIaiw. Thin reiorl in mailr lv lvtor IllA It. C1TSH1XG -of Fo-ton. Mas and U. HonoM CILAS. P. I.ENXITTT of IrMlJ(4ire j; ... -and is onfiX7nrd b KO E. QflNUV. Sim. ln ppertor of 2Hm c th- State...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

3tfainwsn:jtVte3!ccnV' Vyw Lyuu. m..U SCw-3aft.v-w-g-- .tf-.Sf 12 THE REPUBLIC: SU2TDAY. MARCH 11, 1900. ; WEEK'S RECORD DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP AND RETIRING FROM BUSINESS IN REAL ESTA I E. PETERSON & HOMES, 406408 NORTH RROADWAY SiVith Genial Weather Came Sijjiis of an Active Itusiness Season. 'P All Goods MUST BE SOLD Within the Next Sixty Days, FINE OLIVE STREET SALE. And, to effect a rapid sale, all goods will be sold Regardless of Cost. This is the opportunity for economical housewives to lay in a supply of rffclllllA Al lAAIIIinP I IlinA AMI IIAIIAP PIIH1IIAIII1IA aaaiim ibi -tftwaiffiM Al a tt-.aBaik-..-jexRitrsHirZc IK ; t JThe Com in? ISaw'iiet Vv 1'ine Street I.nildin? Itealty Notes A?ems' He-ports. With the apparent arrival of spring weath er every real estate agent's f.ice wears a smile, and the woes of the past fw weeks arc almojt forgotten. IJuslnc.-s Is sure to wake- up. In fact. It is dome so already, while the Indications of pood times ahead are of the most r...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

:QP THE S1.JOTS REPUBLIC dsjO '000v sr3jtoop6otpolj? oooo oocStWWtocj no ooooooo oooooooo oooooo cruuooooooo oooolooo oooo ooooooooo o ooo Oooooooe oor nooAOOOOvtf-oOwnooooc() i r THE COXTBNTS OK THB ST. LOUIS ItEPUBUC SUNDAY MAGAZINE ATtB I'!lOTi:TnU HY COPYRIGHT. AI.Ij RIGHTS RESERVED. PUBUSIICD EVERT WEEK. SEVENTH AND OIJVE STrtEETS. ST. UOtflS. MO . t TS TER TrR. Er.tiJ at ths Tit Offlf it Ht. I.CUW. Ma. . trcend-cUsa ttittsr la N0THr.tr. 1IJT. XTN'ETY-SECOXD YEAR. SUNDAY. MARCn 11. 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. n V '- R o I rf ,' ' eaX - ii A ir- V" WJr on. "s yy ut- vy riat r ,.m"' IR t. wl T j WILL THE AMERICAN WOMAN'S TYPE OF BEAUTY CHANGE ON ACCOUNT OF HER INVASION OF MAN'S DOMAIN? . . . Scientists Say So and Prove the As j sertion by Example. fin "-- 4 H kss - i - m inn. i u.'i 'jinniiriii iiiij r x - - itrn m i i i i i i i . ii j .m mum BtACK- SMITH i ; 1 1 : liiiJ ji! eic I in- in- K rniTTEN rR the Sunday reti'Dmc In tho United Stales over 4.000.049 wom- are to-day comrotmc wi...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

- t V:' i. u UJ f hr t. ft &: f :"3? jjSr-'t' QiiwAAAwvfA& FRED GRANT IN THE PHILIPPINES. He Gives Some of His Queer Experiences in Campaigning in Northern Luzon. liiinvwwvwvvvvvvvvvvvvy iV saLasiuJ vr 7 Lj t i9B i 9L. 'ai aW-aahLsr saaMar BbsbLbm K r . ri aaLveLaLaLaLaLBB tr'Aa aS-afi a l saaV B ) ' LaLBPBm,-aaaHB'aBB'BBBar fLaLaa B VIhIBBBj' wi BBBBb .1 BBi BBBBBBBBf BBBBBfi 23ff ' "BBWPsJ SBHEpBM'JrHVPfSilta -JFTbH V 'y"-?!FlSE,'r l N " f laU'S a Polish like mahogany. I can't tell 0 r'ii "aBsf -jfjBBBfe 'V t '"' -yjlfcji yMMyjT Bfl 0 "2iflMQ9JKaS&fi! P' V -'" '"i r" thp vnrlvtlc!- You mu!t remember 0 f f XV Ml ' iSfli'iBBWKt B" vnBVjBH.SBvflr BY(3J 0 -Sfl5MaWaWLaawKffafcL"3rj - !&&j j-vf- -r that I waw more Interested In watching out cc: igJJfM nr'(aBaBaM?Ki2M 'TAmBI VSSa 0 weRaBHSBPy'vila nfiJiik. s-2&2k2ica&fsT&z? & jL&ijSjr rnr ,,,e anKr' nnpinos who might be iuj IJf-ftasjl ' NV3BBBBBBBnB3SBBttBVABKVJPvJ JSWlBMMUaJ -"IjieftTflrcSiaWBaii ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MA"RCTT 31, T900. 1 V t: Fr1 3- i g K-, 5-4 n .V JJ H s-1 J 1 ' -'5 ." . i K m Wa'' t Ik t If "V. 1 2,1 J MR. SAVAGE TELLS HOW HE HANDLES THREE S.,L Mr. 5evvd,c?e siTiTn or3 of Thr rir.-k -" ' " '--. --- -as S agJS. s1 TmnrnN for thk si vpat nrarnwc Succeesful oppra. s""5 or ittre. i -m-ply a matter of b'-is.i',i I ru-! the IarB. operatic orBanization in the i-M, jct a I run the largest real rtalr Klns in Jjston Jast as I -noulii rue a dejirtmcnl store. If I -n-crp in har ltn" " ' Grand opera clare5 vrfh real r-stat" Ijohenjrrin on a dcjMirtin-nt p!nr lad! Think of It. y lons-liair. reavy-broT?w. sentimental lmprear.os of the old school: Think of !t end wp! Henry "W. Savas f.vs you will com to It sooner or later, anl le speak-, from t!i standpoint of success. Whllo you have hen touring the country with this and that star, ralllne at the lark of appreciation In tht. American public and trying to make ends meet: ne ha been, playing to full houres It three, cities...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

T THE UEPI'BLTC: SUNDAY. 3IAT?rjr 11. TOOO. eiic WHAT A TRIP TO GAY KjEEEI PARIS WILL COST r iianu TJEITJP ISTTTLSBIS. OIsTB. Fare from St lam's to Nmv York and return. Inciu:i. g leri. r and :ii-al jr. ItounJ-tilp ja"aj;e to Pans ibe-.t -crvice on hot s.'np --") Hotel in Pari (American plan), inrludir-g io-mi. thi.t :a.a! i- i Jji j1 bt servlcr, th.rty da. at Ji l'-O Cub fare, theaters, tlpi c S THIF InTTJCESK. TWO. trip ivtuivcbb tbtjrieie. Fvr fr..rn St Louis Jo Xw Yi.-ik and return feioni!- la J Meals two day . . t Iloutiil-trip pa-ngr New Yurk id Havre lthlrd-cla lst snlpi W Fare from Havre to Parts anil return fihinl-class . ! Ilooni triakfat and supji-r. with priiate family, thirty l.tyi at W ' I.uii -li-on. 'bus far- aiul lr. :": ntal.i i Total t: Fare fr St Ii W N Yoil. an. I r-fiiti. vi'h m.jl rr.o r',nt Homo i.-'i p.. -.--.; t.i Pri i--ti.il uliii, !: -lui- Room at -in -I lKMd:lig-hoi.s. thlltv ilj. t 11 Mra! it r. ixl reMaura-". tluitv d. . at J- t'aL- fan. to- '"-. t- ....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

TIIE TEPT'ULTr: SI'XDAY. MAIW'K 11. WOO. THE REHEARSAL: jt AN IMPARTIAL VIEW OF AN IMPORTANT STAGE FUNCTION. tf J V i Its i-3 rtiittex roit Tim -rno i:rirri.v TIIU Pl-'OPLK-The Lcac.lng !.. iy. l'e leading Man. the S .brrtv. th ViLm. the Low romUm. ibe S - M '---r, the Proprrt ,!...i ui to-- i'iii'.ii i. Till: SC KNl"- An om:i mj-wkHI, a lsire floor. Till-: THINGS A t.ib'.c. a lu-ter of lr. .,!- descent electric liah.t, m-i in .1 huge mi' rrn-'ci"-. a dismantled rl-rone. tn tiles leaning agiinst the roar w ill ami t- n :! s Jrai;i:i; iig-iin-: -! h of ihe .-'Jc jl!-. a !r.rt ami a lot of e-iboes.. T1MK Afternoon U'ntcr propertv man from street liior or, l.-'t rrnpcrsy Man: "Thoug'it ' Kifrvlwidy laie a- u-unL Hardest thing i'i th- vorid lo get a itl.enrsal !n St. lauu. T'd the old man so. No u-e in having one anyhow Told the e!.i man t-of il"r:er "barwoman f-oin the right y "Seen n'r. bodv vet?" fhatnomau "Narry a I- !v. And here me bavin, e'Vcr. thing rcau an hour ..head of tlnic' ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

m F f f . THE -REPrBLTf!: SUNDAY. MARCH 11, 1900. HE WILL SERVE AMERICAN mPMRPPAH AT PAPIQ '- I' ! ti...t... ! "" ' ' I ' .. t I l It ITT T 1 i a I lIMM'M I t t. a I ..,.t t,t.M ll-i.. tll.TTt1T ---- - - " , j INSIDE THE OLDEST WATER PIPE IN ST. LOUIS. The Camera Preserves Yiews of the Dismal Place When n- W rTrn ivr, DPt.h ouiixiJiL,nL n i i ji. f ) " " "W..! V - JV-' M ---- - w. Wsl. . ft '3 .. t .--T..r-T t.T.f.t t , t . a ,, . . -T. t , t , , , ( T T t-t- t t 1 ,,''l --. ' I '- ..- roo?DT-'i,titji'it - f'nm,00&c a at? (. a A j '-- x " mmim I TmnSmtmmSSm2mr I f ' '' "" "-' ' ' i- - m ,ivm U BPBjktHEbSk jf'gy ti W"flF k sKnEsaaVrjaat" y jt !a- I i. r f? t I t . i 0 MAJOR SIMON PETER GROSS. Special Co-rfspond-ar of Ttie Sundar Pf oubllc. 1M.ington. Ky.. Jb'fh 30. Major Simon Peter Gross, the Iex:;igion man who will have charge of the American Restaurant a the Paris Exposition. Js one of the most unique character Jn Kentucky. He Is a native of Bavaria, whe-e he was born about fi...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MXBCH IT. 1000. THE PEACE CONFERENCE NOT A DEAD LETTER. Its Relation to the Transvaal War. rv BY THE RKvr.RItXn F.DWARD EVERETT HUB. J Mr, ,4 on K wjuttkn vor. the si-xnvr ni:rrnL.ia The common remark whldi you hear In casual conversation is that the Peace fon v xcrcnco nt The Hague amount' J to noth ing. It 13 so generally regarded as what Is elegantly called a "back, numbtr" that but "" of he Journal of this lountry huo noticed the fact that the convention, as In Ilnal act is called, was confirmed by the Senate of the United States on February 0. The Emperor of Russia called The Hague conference together with the hope that it might make a formal statement of thosa central "rrlnciplcs of equity and right on which rest the security of states and the welfare of their peoples." Up to last May jio serious effort had ever been made In th-j world to secure such a. settlement. He pro posed it and invited the civilized nations of the world to attempt It. Thoy attempte...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 11 March 1900

hi THE EEPI'BLIC: SUNDAY, MARriT 11. IflOO. ysWsWWWWcWW, WWsWsWWCWWW 0?H "WOMEN IN THE PROFESSIONS," DISCUSSED BY PROFESSIONAL WOMEN. The Fitaesof Sapho for the Yotwg. Women's Loyalty to Women, Women's Clubs, Emancipation, Marriage, Divorce and Quar rels rumisn oome ot the l opes- WW-WWWW J : n t s -I u t F M tj r- i WRITTEN TOR TIIK SlTCPsT TtnrTOlJC The possibilities, opportunities and dutlci of womanhood. as contract ert with manhood, "ere discussed by flvc well-known women Jn a parlor of the "Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York last Sunday The discussion arose over the question "Would oj refuse to let a daughter of oun go to see Olga Netb.ers.ole In 'Sapho'?" and, like many women'.- argument, cot far irom the original theme before its clo-e. Hut the live women are leaders, in their sev eral fields of endeavor, ami what they had to say is. interesting, if a Jilt disconnected. It was taken down word for word. The party was composed of: MARTHA MORTON iMrs. Cronhclmi. jilaw right and ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
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