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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

iWSirWNaAiSWW THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. VVSwVAAV" PART I. 14 PAGES. TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: The Special Mali d'llloa It ? 1'rlatcJ la Three I'arti. 1 The Z-unilay Wj&zinc it S I'rlutcd la One ra.-.. 5 fOPYnicllT. r 1JV I'lm.lSHLP.S. GUOItUB KXAPP i COMPANY HVWVVWWVWArVWWWWWM XIXETY-SECOXD YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO., SUNDAY. MAKUII 25,1000. JTJUl!. KIVE CENTS. DYING MAN EXPOSES ANTI-00E0EL OOflSPlIiJITeBS. Golden Sajs That Powers anil Others Plotted the Murder, and Gives Details. tMASSACKl: OF DEMOCRATS WAS PLANNED. ft (.' V V J f I WK j it i fill vs - .Sif ALI BABA SAM: '-I'M IX THIS ill: ANY. I sFREE STATE Shoot Down Four of Roberts's Officers Joubcrt Massing His Forces at Ivroonstad Olivier's March. HV MILTON V. SXYDKR. SPECIAL BY CABLE. London. Sunday. March - (Copynsht, V by the Xcw York HeraU Compan ) ljori Roberts Is still nurUnj- time .it Bloemfontein. At least h has not jet !--pun pu-hlng- h!3 army northward toward Pretoria, hut the time Is far from being wasted liy tho Hntish Comni ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

I 1 TITTC TtEPUBLIO- SUNDAY. MATCOTI 25, 1000. I - TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. pi-sinks? -Disannul rait- mrp " ' l""r '. for call jind lime loans d iranie-. aPCtA;!. halafi.o. SIRVSM. New iork fvlvn.i. !' tictnl.im hid. I",- premium a-k'd. Imm illli par bid, IV pr niiuui ji-kcJ: Chli-ago :5V primitim lid. -k- pn-r-il -in a.kd: Cin cinnati, pir hi i. lo premium .'.-In I. Na w Orleans, par bid. loo pr nnuin asi wl. The Ii-'jJ nh--.il xnarl.it tie d high'r :il 70-jo iioinlxiil March w? tnl Ma. .-i',.. July. Tl'-rTIt No. 1 iiil rum clo-d higher tit .We nominal Maxell. 3i'.-"v a-lnti May. Wi bid Jul. n.i.,T'i- N " whit- at . ;..-i jit Ijc iKimln.il Maril'. Il-v .i.-Ui-tl Ma). H bid Jul. -V4ar.".'rV No I At Chicago wh-at , lod higher at C".'r nominal March. iT-V a-keal Ma. V Jul. liT'v.- Sept. Com t lii-iil higher at M',- notn ixi.il March. n;c !:! M.-. 35c 1M Jul. CS"4c n-k.sl Soft, o.ils olo-ed .it 7SV nom inal March. MV Ma. 72.- .lull. The local matfcet for .-aiandard m 1'' i-lu-ed st.adv ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUXDAY. MATJOTT 2.. 1000. 00DS STORE BUILT UP 01 HE OOiFIOENGE OF THE PEOPLE, CONTINUES TO CROW ON THE CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE. From Little to Great, from a Small Corner with a Wagon Load of Goods to an IMMENSE HOUSE with a MSLLIO DOLLAR STOCK for You to Choose from. 1 1 ( K , Ribbon Bargain 1,000 Pieces, Say 10,000 Yards, 4 O-cent Goods 21c 6,000 Doylies at 5 Cents Each. A special sale Monday , following day if ncccS' sary) of 500 dozen Plain Linen Doylies with hemstitched and hand-drawn open work. In no less than 34 beautiful designs and every Dnylic pure linen. At a Yard. TilC Sory-- manufacturer loaded with i large line. Beautiful Novelty Ribbons, Gauze and satin stripes, brilliant colorings. .1 inches wide, worth 40 cents per yard, anxious to jscll. 'c accommodated him with the cash. 1 "C IeSlti t The Ribbons are youis to-morrow at 21 cents a yard if you want theni and we think you will when you see them. Remember, 40-cent Rich Fancy Ribbons At 21 Cents per Yard....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

I,'- THE HEPTJBLIC: StTNDXY. MA-ROTT 25, 1)0, MURAVIEF SAYS RUSSIA WILL ACT. Progressive People Learn Something New Every Day Our daily effort is to make this store better in every way. Many people that's I'oipijjn Jlinistor Derisiirs TIi:it tin ISritNli Knijiiic Will CrimiMi'. think it is very nearly perfect now, but we're not satisfied unless we can add something that makes it pleasant and profitable for you to come here just as often as possible. So, too, months ago, when the first vague whispers of advancing prices 'THE NATION IS DECADENT." were heard, we put the Barr cash at work in the markets and bought and ordered until the manufacturers and importers thought Barr's had taken a contract to supply the whole United J.iv Inevitably Approsii-Iiin Winn i In-.Musroit' AvalaiiHu' Will Koll Act India. :tinl the Tar K;M." States with Spring and Summer Goods, and we are determined to supply the entire West and South, and without raising prices: the Barr cash used before the advance ma...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

TT1TC TtEPFBUC: SUNDAY. MAIWir 25. 1000. An Extra Special .Monday Bargain in r CORSETS. JEWELRY DEPT. HAIR ORNAMENTS. Ju-t received -200 tloeu of tin- n WALL PAPER. in- Mot-.tav ..tul Tue-..a c 1-r remnant-f) -pfa I k.n.N V.i.I l'ar at. tor roll .. al ioo.Miliaim-r Paper- w.th V-.neh and is Inrh bordi r- and t i collipll t r-.li tat. it...., ii'i. p -llv- I.I at -c and ! "fpr p - r ..I Jl lew .-hoi.- patterns In line Quality i.nM P.i-p-r V nr - u-.le a -J u.u : f Mr IP. .. - -pe. tal pne for Mondav i rn.l IJL Yo' wtl at-o t!nd in -Ills "eparti t t spler did f ne a mtx.-il paints, Hot r tnre jjuui and bre-i.e- HANDKERCHIEFS. HANDKERCHIEFS. LININGS. Made possible by a most fortunate pur chase of 200 dozen Corsets, of good quality white and drab sateen, with zone belts and in alt sizes. They fit and look just exactly as well as any Dollar Corset, but through sharp, shrewd buying we are en- rtA abled to offer them for Mon- X r day (the 1 day only at, each, w V Divided Klastic Itclis of ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

Z. mno. JUNKET COMMITTEE FOR. THE ORIENT, i?" a ns km S Address Tg y Yea Gas uu compiam or tuincss ana pressure "VTOU arc as tired in the morning as vou are at night. You do not know what it h to have sweet, refreshing bleep. You have an appetite, yet your food seems to do vou no good. Your mind does not respond quicklv and your memory fails vou. You I m - lack energy, the eyes droop, the head is .UJ5 wfi en Si: ???Q awl Jtj after eating; your head aches, usually in front. You arc subject to the annoyance si-n:ite I'ill Would Aiiilntri.i ()iiiiiiissiiiii lit liiM-sli-.tli.-Trsuli I'tinilitiniis. Save Free 2nd be sng ana 9. !eir? Vigorous for Life- LOVE A WD A HAPPY HOWS. of bad breath and an unpleasant You are hungry even after a meal, and you keep thin and taste. ;ood weak. N INSURES f These things affect your SENATOR COCKRELL OPPOSED. temper and Sfe s disposition, and you are to those around vou. none too sweet tired and heavy. 1 ou want to do many things yet do no one thinir sati...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

, THE -REVrTiUC: SUNDAY. MA-RCTT 25. 1000. RSEW STORE WILL BE BROADWAY and .HP ci ft r.- a. i - --- AS SOON AS CHANCES COMPLETED. IS. Jl I !L& v -rt V a Is N ' i'V J I v I I I I 1 ' III rP MOW AT km logpst sis, MCKINLEY'S LATEST TARIFF POSITION. Throe itVpiiiiliran Senators Secure His Most Koci-nt Attitude on I he Puerto JC'nan Hill. PUBLICAN CAUCUS MONDAY Sciialms "Arc nt Sea nnd Dissen sion Is Tlife Forakors Effort to Separate Tariff Feature I.Vlief Ittll Pasr-o.1. mrojr special. Wellington. March -I. -President Mr Kinlcy's friends In th.- 1'nited States Scn Bte are In destttir. They are unable to follow- tin mcnt.il wanderings of the Execu tive with r-pct to the Puerto Rican tariff question. Mr. MeKinlty. It tcouH appear, holds to no fixed opinion on this subject, his view" point changing with the weather or at least once in twenty-four hours First cams his "plaln-dutj" meagc to Con gress, followed in due mwin liy a complete, face-about and a IominI th.tt the infjnt lndustrlo...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

8 TIIE BEPUHMC: STTTDAY. jiAlWTr 2.". 1900. 4 I Ml W .1 tii !:f yi m i i-i- :(.' .? S . The Boy Father to IV nth PI'Q et os ecucate your boy to a taste for nice clothing; his future success de pends to a certain extent upon his dressy appearance. Tastes formed while a boy will remain with him through life. Our Spring stock of Children's Clothing is a marvel of excellence. The Vest Suits, ages 4 to 9, are very pretty. Top Coats and Blouse Suits in great profusion. The fabrics are very elegant and serv iceable, and style perfect and peculiar to this season. They are designed to please the fastidious taste of the most exacting young man. Browning, King & Co Broadway and Pine St. mm OAOT kT. LOUS. Arrlwli Rnil Ii'pirtiire of Train Ml tlie tnlon tntlun. Daijj jsundas only Dtlv except Sunday :fjturJa only. nsmurday and Sunday ..Irsil .cejit saturuar un.y. Allll.lM. ijorisvjm:. kvansviij.k xn st. lovk OONbOLJLlATI'D li.sll.KvUIl. Train entralla. Mount Verron l-tcnt Carr;. Princeton. aa...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

TTTK 1?EPrTSLTf: F-rXDAY. MA WIT 2.". WOO. CARNEGIE COMPANY 1NGQRP0RATED. tU'indu-,1 in Now .Ici-.-i- Willi '.ipit.'.l of )ni Hundred :ii.i SLmv Million. STOCK IS ALL SUBSCRIBED Mr. '.irm-gio IM:iiii4 More Tii.ui ifii Per (". nl of iln Shh-1. I.il f t !iv Sulisi'iilii-;-. .iii.l :ln Amount-. 1 wfrCwf ?rT31 , cjBHEW S I I it 9 j) ; I Ok 3 is I I r I I -' I 5; : It J "r. .i..n v j . v..r h ii T' ' i I'ompar;. iji inn.ition ..' ' : !i ! - ' kulted from the conf .-i et.ce of A i 'r w l.osie and H. . Frkk to s tile the 1-' Difference belwceu thrai. was in...ri'irai Sicrs to-ilay. The caplt.l t- Slnexi.'"' a the nock .- all -ul..crH.ed. Tho principal ;ntsrnWr an' the r. inv fcf shares of each arc a.-, lol'.aws. .iA-sI-.-t. 'tntoei. yew i -j. Jlelirv Phiu. I'ttlt.urT .. 21 I r.. L iri-1 - iir!-x M .- iji.. l.i i . s 1-i 1 '. L. f J" i. ..-; .. I ..r " I.. . -.-i e ' I' lil-1. T if 1..-.I .. ' M:i II Slnir. r. !l i-: -. v ' t li - -l.-i At.rrl..-. I:. 1. 3 M. t'lei.i-t,.. 1 i't turn . i ili...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

If f to TUE "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAl-TIT 25. 1000. iSSOLVE PARTNERSHIP ASD CLOSE OUT BUSBIES - r TO D Jl 1 -1 I A '" i r m YOUR EASTER SUIT 4 Who will make it? Vcwill if you desire toney and effective garments at little cost, with the largest stock of up-to-date Woolens to choose from. It's our huge buying and cash selling in our twenty and more stores in the prin cipal cities of the U. S. that makes these prices possible to you. Suits or Overcoats to order, $15.00 to $40.00. Trousers to order, S5 to $12. We guarantee our garments. TAILOR ri5-717 OXi-tro Stroot. Phone Kinloch A !!. take vorn .vvi:ii TO REIL'IIM( WAT IPS to m:uh-t men: -thhi:. it will savi: vol c ai: iiii:. TIME AD TRoriH.K. MAGON SAYS THAT GANS PLAINLY QUIT. jrne Wiis Making tho P.uv Tio Swift for tho Kiiltiinuiv ltlack. JOE WOULD HAVE LOST ANYHOW Kid McCoy's Advice Hi-ld the White Lad to L:md tin- .'hum- pionship ("olorrd Con- tingi'in Is Disgustid. nv .MACON McCOIUIICK. RErrnuc peciai. New York. Starch 2t Frank Ine ...

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

TTTE FiTCPrBLIC: SUNDAY. MitflCTI 25. 1000. II id xl i 1 jnrMPHREY? ronxnn. Why Do You It's just as easy to remember, And you might save money by So doing. You remember that New York Shops contain the latest Novelties for small boys But you forget that the same Novelties can be had of us "We have told you this before But you forgot Don't forget It's bad For you And for us. F.W.H Cfofhinqf Co. Sclkrsofrfacfccu Carhirt Broadway and u. sao. a . lot vjuiuhij; New York. MADE HER8M9TiFUL Every Lady in the Land Can Nov.- J lave a licautiful Skin. A TRIAL BOX FRI3E. Every lady who sends h. r n.irn.- and ,)- ere?" will receive In mail f r .1 r-i.tl tt. n incn of a celebr.it. . lautv is i.m. .Ii.s fur bt-iutifyuic tin- mmplt xto:i It is not a face powder, cream. i:.. tif ei- l.L.i li. contains no oil. gn.ise, paMi or chenm-al-. ana is alij-olutelj mo unit fh'.-iiui I--ci ty-maker known. Helen II KalMon. fjs I.e-;-"ton :ivinun. "Newport. Ky.. lias a ci-molt xion fair as .1 21 ly day tiueen. Ph...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

l, 12 TTTID irRPTTTVTJC: SUNDAY. 3IA"R0TT 25, 1000. T i n X I in mar rare ill fl riGiiiuidtiua -ON A- ellcate Sobjee a i - i 4HU13 t U't'c. X" per- i'l I'll"! and h.ti.Miit.s wha r rfoct h.-rilth ill. --. from rtu turc There ! m- -u. h thine as "a h-irm-le-- i-iiimre" Ail ri.piunJ pciseti-i arc in "ai tt r. Tl . i- . of .1 f:-- i' rat cure llcrr.i.. ". m i.i '" '"' "!' . ' -hour. : : r In It-' If- Sm . II r"; lu.-. - arc always more dui-areu tluin l.ir.f .!- -more lia ble to i.i'i-. s-rati-iUl.itioii. TV-- I'll ii" i!i'! "f urine rupture by the u.- of tli.- U"if' was pa mini al.'.l r. n :t i.t"e. OJ Tb.' t tv tu. ;!. 1. k'.w:i is The Dr. j v 11 S--'- m." 1- 1..1::!. Th.' ki.if- i- i:.-i .-"i Tin- tr.ur.!. "t i MiL i.firu.11 . s,t. nuti. and Always Successful. 1 .-t 5. t"i t. .irs ir. lit ... .1 in J." ' ''...-' Th - i. luti- m. n. iiMr. :-. 1 al- s in at-m--. irei-. m. ii. :.: r- iiupi.rets to v. t li-known - : S: Louis nli.ira h li is 1 i.f ;'. - pat-i nl compl lint. ni.iU. - v h-i...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

IS NEWS OF THE OLD WORLD-BY CABLE TO THE REPUBLIC. BETTER LOOK THROUGH WINDOW GLASS LORD WOLSELEY LABOUGHERE IS ALARM FELT FOR NAVAL BILL BEFORE SPECIAL COMMITTEE. BARON CHRISTIAN! RECEIVES PAROON. WALOECK-ROUSSEAU fuiNISTRY UPHELD, ctV; nr HAS A GANGER. Mi BEING HIT HARD. VICTORIA'S SAFETY. ! ir- i U k- L? .?. j-r,, vjrr , CL rAl X' ''- P1' C Ucnornl Roberts Probably Will Succeed Llim :is Coiiiinainler- Ktlilor of London Trntli Shown I'ji in i he i.iuhr of :i Political iliimbii. I'.iilain lias No I .Hamuli.- Thai lb.- 'i-it I., In-hitiil Will I!,. a Snocss. (jiii'tiiiiii of Mow Nercssarx Funds An- to lie lfais.il Will Caii.s. I.i.rlv Iisriissioii. Prrsjilom l.oiibi-t (.nints l.ibcrly lo tin- .Man Who Assault. il llim. AliaLs.of i In- Nationalists Aiiil M. Milli-iaiui ami M. Di-iiais M.-l D.f.-al. iii-Olik'f. 3 i;p,t 'vH'vdV-.-' V C0N7.AUGHT IS A FAVORITE. LAWRENCE COWEN'S ATTACK. SOCIETY GOING TO THE CAPE. ONE MILLION TOILERS IDLE. FRENCH EXECUTIVE'S ILL-LUCK OCCUPATION OF INSALAH....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

04 THE KEPTTBLTO: SUNDAY. MAJtfTR: 25. 1000. PAINE RY COMPOUND SPRING TIRED 1 the Jain" 11 flsu app reac in t lng figtt er udv .ilm the cvel wou Avoir Ihpj lrii pot Km -tiaj ins tout In It' If WJm R. G. Blydenburgh, 2 Union St, Hartford, Conn., writes: "I have to work very hard, and every spring finds me with a lame back and a general weak, ;. tired feeling. Through the advice of my druggist, I used Paine's l Celery Compound. My back was soon well and I felt as strong andx vigorous as ever. The last five years I have taken two or three bottles of Paine's Celery Com pound every spring, and it puts f me in shape for hard work and I feel much younger." v PAINE'S OEL . F pririo especially In can people, it strengthen the deilo action, and kee ous health. In the spring th vere climatic ch .0 XI me 4ACk ?m (ZkV the MPOUND has great virtue, and,1 the home remedy of the Ameri-j Jicine compounded to nourish and nerve fibres, to sustain strong heart tomach, liver and kidneys in vigory ' are w...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

eVSWWWWW T. LOUIS REPUB THE TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC: PART II. 8 PAGES. T. whf Witt r.t.tinn It Prlatetlln Three Parts. ThcSauGayMazaztnil I'rtaZW In unc ran vwwwwwvvevvsrVra coruiiiT. !. i:v i-t'i-LisiiKr-s. geouui: ics'Arr & conrANV. rvvrviAr'A.At ST. LoriS. .MO.. SUNDAY. MAIM MI LT. 1.100. PRICE FIVE CENTS. NIXETY-SECOXD YEAE. VIEWS AND RULES CONCERNING A PUBLIC NUISANCE. (SsziPizZsz?--- i?i Swearing on Street Cars an Offense That Needs Curbing. JLiG. M !; OPENING. jj 'V IJfTFjUfPl -f JbVl' j PhP'V 4-zj- i; SKTH STREET. j v i I One observer' comment: "In tlio smaller town- w lure :ir. hit.-. I- .ire .nkii.r.v n. llu man for uli-iil :i h..n.- i- "tll .il- tin- iI- hIiiis vie tn luMil.ilinilis i.f it. I Mi-illv. if lie 1' :i citizi'ii .f -l:mliii. tin- liiif niti-l ln'm-uiv t ..l.trcil tun! l:iiiici! -Jla-v,-.!. :n,.l there Hiu-t lie .-troll wnrk-siiiiT Imsut." 1 ...m- li.-anl il .-nihil. If lie i- a man of !, llu- .-!r-. llu- stn ami Hie bcmlls will be ornaments: if lie laeUs ta-te t...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

- f Of '! r THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. FArn 25. 1000. 10LME3 POSSESSES ASTONISHING GIFTS, IF REPORTS ARE TRUE. LITTLE BRACE How a Peoria Child Located the Body of a Missing Woman Reliability. Proofs of the Story's t; n n' a r ' ,!, a, Srcial Corresp-i.-Ji-r.t'e of Tli" Sumliy i!pul !'.-. IVorlj, 111.. March J'-Wb the- lii-iiing waters t the Illinnis Kit-r ofTen-d up tho istortd and discolored lmdv of n. ytmnir woman :t tho f.i.it if Clitstnut -s tr I M !! day mornlnir the m.-: ry of th-iii-apr.-jr-c.ucc. of Mrs. I.ui v S. mm is tt i- frit. d. Hut. while tins m-:ty tta- .-.'.tid. ::. other whs I'Iim..!..!. w'nh i- j :..!'...: '.- licit minds nf I'"jn., m-l whi. !i the ..il.! In Kent nil will ui-i is.- f"r m mt t:at . . romp. This mts:-r Ii:i.!s p.irti .! ti n ssion In the quest !. "Wl'.il is tin power pos sessed ly G'.i'e 1 1 met. t !i-.h.i:'t; lit'r to see events oecurrinir miles avi.ty and In total darkne-s? How ijii this frasile uirl's mind js-netrate depths which :io niorlal cyo can f...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

TTIE REPUBLIC: SIXPAV. 3r:"T- -T 25. WOO. . r SOCIAL HAFPEMNGS IN SECRET SOCIETIES. SPIKITF.n ruXTKSTS Vtill VA HUM s I'lIIZI'S- Jii.ih :ti iln Hunl fur .ijt..ui. '"Sihmih. S.i-:-.i! Ku JvlljiiMlirlUv ! (! -I r u . '. .. . v. ill -M r i 1. .1: t .1!. . a ' t t r it- I- I f -I ' ;-. t mi r-t 1 ! I! - I. KT I r Ii -i -',',- r iinj . - . . ,. .- . , J. - rr '- r'"i. 1 itin ... j , 1 .-.-,-- v is - n -tir 1 1 an I ;" b-tr ik-ic it' 1 r rf if "r.il nr 1 li :ritnri:il 1 '. ' .- piTtJ j--.:t t.r fill .i u : lr- .r til ot-r i--tkrN. ur tV " er-n-i .-..- -. K-r-miri iX. S. I'r.-tli-r - h i:- ( -- 4 , ri, 1 .'. J-im-. J Kn ,1 M . 1" - - N Ji --n- " i: - .ih! Wm f K ti-K Tiw iM.os .. : .- iart1! .. - utiil ui -J t th xtmip---- .ii n- 1'. ' T U rtn ii B.: r. 1 ! .i. n ! i !$..' in a J iC ! Jr - . 1 St.M r i: .'. l'u- ii !J ' '.' it -.-ril- - r) 1 U-'j- .m:i t .'!- . 7 1 " I 10 (. ..", t .t I.ii. h ir tw- i -Ii-t : - . 1 t tw o riin 1- !! al-v a '! it 'i U J If ti pr- ;vtr-' it I it is il i t'-t...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

r 4 TTTE REriTSLTf1: RFNDAY. MATCHl 2H. 1000. ' r- ' If I t i '! It Dr. Archambault's Paris Vital Sparks tfske Ken 2nd Women Strong ant! Powerful Ten Thousssd $3.50 Boxes FREE. Send at Once for Our $3.00 Bos Lasts a Full Month Those That Send at Once Get a Box FREE-Send Before the Ten Thousand Are All Gone. mra nm-. i ' I l I P .J1J IJ'J ' ' - ' M'I Marital ftrencti Vitality Manhood tn two t t-n ys. N.frfct If. Ttiuew. o1 E:n Ihu cei ai nc" Krr r- t Y uta, Pivnalure XKcn? IV l ils-n-!, Vatlorvv'e, icui til Diac mj Weakness of ma rmd womn fros. whut?v-r cat-x. jrmy4ii-ntly tU-d priv-kUly turd Cur regular $1 f rara- of Parts Vltal-Bparks. a full month's irtatmtct. HO dews, ct 5y isall. clot-ely heulM. Trite us to-iay S COD fra-jsi. no prc-cr.pt! oa tl-at you itia tot cjt flU-d. but a f.X ro.nth trM.tn:nt Our talii I inat. a J know so wll 11m w-kVtjTuI lrtj. tfcAt wt caa 3o Oil. " kmr tLat uur tru i-tiuriicent with tin oa know Is tritr tta Jl t! Xtr"rHpajr A3vrtilrr ran do lV-p tr-Ur w...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

5 THE TxEPFBLTr: ST'XDAY, r.VRrn 2H. 1900. A, w N m M-'i Y ATHLETIC SCHOOLBOYS ON BASEBALL FIELDS. St. Louis Academies Send Their Pupils Forth to Gather Health and Wisdom T That Comes From Combat in the National Manic. r-, of til tlV i lo teiii wl i. h v U 5 ai m 1) - h 'I- o-i r tr i' k t',is a-oii r c ii liilatt-. i I ir 1 i. iir..-t t,t f- . is i- , ibe iiumo i i .t I 1 1 i.J lire tij ji kt' - th.i utk .ll i..ii. ttrii u iniiri' m in 'it ' 1 t-. I. 1, - l-oll l ii ,.1 .1 th- Itt r- t ' m mill -i !,.. s t i. uiiKi.nt .f i ' . l UC lfl "I '.1 111 S-l ho '- l'l I !. I 1 i tli - Ut- I- of -. !'-. A'tihth i ii? n ,! J',- done t,l ,i'. ...h! tic a, 1-U ii i.a-e in lii r tl e 1. t-ibill i. f- t'.. i. i-il'i r - tH'l a'- , i ii .Uulll."'i This i ninth to h. ip t... l-, "i'hts it r"i ii I 11 l mibir ' . ii ati -fjcK li n. li - . Til It f.'ULllt f r ! -I T" . i"- -p. l lii i I ."-wi iu.'',- N -11. uii' I. . . It m i- i ui I ..- l-"! 'js aku l.lit 1 ii, j ir. I ! i--'f to make t ii ii it hi...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 25 March 1900

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