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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

V t 0"'l,Wi' THE REPUBLIC- SUNDAY. APRIL 1, 1900. K i M t m a rw f f t f I 7 ANOTHER GOOD WEEK FOR FRATERNAL ORDERS. MANY APPLICATIONS AND IN ITIATIONS. lUecUnps of the Lodges Entluinas tie Royal Arcanum Ofilcial Visits. Th official vltlts il.Is vvek of tl.e Jlojal Ar CJ.num rraiid remit .iiiiJ gran J offleers. will !: BJonday. to Olivette Council, ncconipanltu b Ilia Connell; Tuesday, to 1'orest Parts Coun-citrS- accompanied by tin Council. Jrund ItrKcnt 1.. J. Mc-itcr ha-s coaimlsienci! Grand Oratnr 1". A. Harbour as deputy Miprrmo "Scut fur Soullinct-t Missouri. lil district 'in-bracln;-; OiarU. Haulier. Wtt I'laius aud l-;i-lns lttvcr councils. Victoria CounHl iti:otvotl tour applications and had one lulilatlon. Deputy Grand Keg-Mil I. ! White made his llit official visit. He n-celvoj - warm ic-cc'lilion. and ii.uile an effective address In rct)oivc. Tli" lmcllng vi.is intcitalned vvitli JeadUigs lij J. .1. iKiac. s-ngb by 1". i: '.Wilte. nd Krcd l: Ulnth.'i an.l .i talk by 3.r-...

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. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 'APRIL 1, 1900. 10 $-; HERNIA. i 4; That hernia or rupture can ho ... ., ir )ms existed for a ' treat 'number of v.irs. is certainly a settled question. Ten or fifteen years ; ago treatment lor this disease meant ;J ?' a truss or surgical opcration-to-day .-, J' the rufferer la not only relieved, but .- can be perfectly nnu pcnnim-miy i cured bv new and scientific process There is no doubt thai Rupture Neglected Grows Worse, as lifting, walking, coughing or sneezing will enlarge the ring, mm. ,.. .... ,.. ....... ........ Km. ...e.a :lll i i i craauzmy in iuk r-iiiie",, . --.' ----i, the Intestines will fall In the hernial J. pouch. causing often inflammation. In other cases, strangulation results, killing; the patient often In 12 to -4 houns. if not relieved liy surgical pro cedure. Rupture causes man tcilcs. troubes..is for insi.in.-i .li-ait disease, backache, indigestion, i-msttp 'ti-.M. nervousness. te . which can onli l -clleved hv ha villi; the rupture c...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

S'i THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 1. 1900. il K J Y x 2 k f f . -7 FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE MISSISSIPPI VALLEY TRUST COMPANY AT THE C'-O-E 3F BUSINESS MARCH 3let, 1900. B.ESOTJB.CES. Demand Loans on Collateral 6,644,064.05 Time Loans on Collateral 2.5S9.4!f.S8 Loans on Real Estate 1,045,9(55.41 Bonds end Stocks Real Estate Cash and Exchange Overdrafts Individual Debits on General Books A . . . . --. T- 1 T , accrued micrcsa tn uciua'm i.vuu ......... ... JSafe Deposit Vault Capi tal Stock ..... ............................ our pins. ......-......................... .......... .... Undivided Profits - Reerve for Reinsurance of Liability ai Surely on Oulstandinq, Hoixls Reserve for Interest on Saving Deposits; payable June 10, 1900 Reserve for Taxes Reserve Account Subscription to Stock of St. Louis World's l'air Ass'n. Reserve for Remodeling Company's Offices Dividends Unpaid Time Deposits $(i.7:!7.017.6S Demand Deposits 4,&j,5jS.5!I FINANCIAL $10.279,279.:S4 3.2S4...

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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

12 THE EEPUBLIC: SUNDAY. &PRIL 1, 1900. i " GRIPS AFTEREFFECTS. Woadrrfol Hemedy TUnt Quietly Cures the DUnMrouR Coimpniciicc of the Grippe. Such an Heart failure. Kidney HUenae, Tar- alvnin. Consumption and Many Nerve Truublca. All Who Have Kcr Had Grippe or Son Sutter From It ItnvMKca Should Try This ltewedy at Once. Thoso who l:ae had the Rrippc durlns the past few vcara and who experience mure or less weakness and vital derangement will bo Klad to know of a remedy that will cm o them, put lie and strength into mind and muscle, tissue and neivo. The remedy is known ah Dr. nix" Tonic Tablets and has a most wonderful constitutional action in building up the shuttered systeni after a siesc of the itiippe. , Step into the nearest druc store and cct a box of Dr. IXx' Tonic Tablets to-day and bo well and happy ait.iln. Tell join I: lends and neighbors about this most wonderful remedy. Most cases of lame back, theumallsm, hint; affections, poor circulation of blood, utibiruns nerves...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

,- -J-'-L' . 'ffC0OaOaODOBOOB9OOOBBOB REPUBLIC. 'A -f9y 4au -gf Q ? 13 D s opo H J7(T&t70 bPT &oJaaouovcrocratzaaoaaa&$x' JOo0aaacr7TeT& THE CONTENTS OF THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC SUNDAY MAGAZINE AUG PROTECTED BY COPYRIGHT. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. TUBUSUHD EVEIIT WEEK. SEVENTH AND OLIVE STItEETS. ET. LOUIS. MO.. J1.T5 TEIt TEAB, Entered at th rot Offlc at Bt Loul. Mo., is second-class mtt;r la November. HIT. NDfETY-SECOKD YEAE. SUNDAY. APRIL 1. 1900. PEICE FIVE CENTS. -! .1 " na 3 &llt$ffifff. i iT'T'i ( r'g i " r r v sZKstaflSres k tTt; H .rt? kS&r J Sfc rm Dffir si ,. n- ,i xuv (ii f s v "oy r wu yi i-i i i i "f; vbi.v i i -w) m vju s vuu d-a lr My L fi2Ife3PxOr" ir i v rvr j aatta TTTTZ- M v x 'M k 1 rxMwy 3 - rr Axrs SDnS TTEjOLX CEM L lAMJCa OTA1 TT CE, CRL Q Q) EL CB D WITH I W 77 VvOv-Vrj' TToPSJlrV ! WAM PAKM a; ' wniTTEN ron the Sunday r.nrrnuc Science Is beginning to level Its hafts at the deadly habit of shaking hands. Wirn lngs have been sounded from the...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 1. 1900. BEAUT OF THE NEW ST. LOUIS CLUB. I H I ! ! I I ! I I 1' t Hft I K-V-l Mllllt l---l"l t ' t IT 18 CLOSE TO THE FINISHING TOUCHES. !ES I WKiTrr:. von tut srx;Y nrrnu.if. Tito jii-w home of tlu- st. lmls Club, on Uii.li-ll boulewud, near ;r.-intl axoiiuo, will. J all probability, be completed by the tSiivs 3 '(( gets to town, am! It Is wblspoicd r-t-lhu Hist big funi'llon under Us wof v l.o ii iccejuiiin to tlie A nilr.il. ri ling touches aro being put on tlu 1 j i t g, inside atiil out. at .1 rate w JilcJi ) .i. i ally assine fulhllment of tlie plan tbiow it open during the rlrst week In i'j Nothing remains to be done ecept l.iij o ..I tin- dc orating ami landscape sar u.iii,, and the l.uilding Committee Is l-.- it g this work with a im which WCT4 (irtirmatnry of the rumored reception. hn..i uj mil) are Jui'j Inside anS out. ami i K wi. has reached thai Point viliere ov t y lias's labor leaves "visible icsulta. It N ronhdcml claimed li th.se In po...

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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

I' N I I ll I At i? .i JL I5T ll ) N I J'." 'Si K. i and fl' i 1; written- ron Tin;: ffxd t nmmuc The Easter bonnet Is coin? to cost St Louis a million dollars this year a cool, round million, or very near It. This Is not guesswork. Six men who make their living out of women's headgear matlc careful estimate! for The Sunday Republic. Their estimates were added together and di vided by hit the result wi an even million. The estimates varied from JC50.M0 to J1.W0, WQ. most of them being close to the million mark. Now, these K men draw pood Falarles for knowing all about the millinery busi ness of the city. They know what each of the 165 milliners within tlic corporate limits has bought and they can figure almost to a dollar what each -n 111 sell before Easter Sunday. Mind yu. this estimate doesn't Include thfr other million or so which will he spent bemeen Easter Sunday and July 4 That Is altogether a different story. This Is nbout the Easter bonnet, that, creation of colory filmsines...

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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. rAFRIL 1, lflOO. P''1' VSAAAlVAVVVSAVAVVVVVVVVVMVMy BIS" S! "HE li." II VICTORIA'S VISIT TO IRELAND AFTER FORTY YEARS. ELABORATE PLANS ARE BEING MADE FOR THE QUEEN'S COMFORT, SAFETY AND ENTERTAINMENT. I i .& 1 AAwlVsvvvlvvvA lvAwwvvvwvAA wvvwwwvwwvw X. THE QUEEN ' . TRAVELING IN HEK '' hlstoiic debates these still remain, an un mistakable testimony of Dublin's title to bo ranked among tho tfreat Cities of tho world. Thoso to whom the past secni3 always preferable to the present may claim that tlio Dublin of to-day lacks much of that charm which Charles Lever r-o well de scribed and which "In the old days" helped eo much to stamp thiq city with .1 dtstaict Individuality. Sow thl'i may be true, but even if ;.o the gain is far creator than tiro loss. Tho Queen will not tind In Dublin uny of the seniiliarbatlc splendor and squalor that characterized It v. lien jlns tija a girl, btit in their stead she will litid cleanliness, order and many other i vltlencea of ...

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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

&& - ...-Jr. THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 'APBIL 1, 3000. V V v . if ; it V X 7 Extracts From the Memoir of Hor ace Walpole by Austiu Dobaon. ONE of the mot picturcso.ue figures In a picturesque nc. the 12lKlitt etitli Centurj. Mas Horace Walpole. who became fouilh iZail tif orford in his old ac. Keaucn- of "Uichard Carvel" will tomerr- lior thai llornco Walpole pl.ajed an Impott unt patt in Mr. ChurcliIU's story He it was who t-d the fair Dorcitliy Manner: tin itorj nf meeting the jouug Maijlandor find J, is fiUnl. the captain. John Paul Joiks Thai s.jv led to the re-cue of Itirhatd and John 1'iul from the debtors prison, or .ponging-bOUSO. Ah the htory goes I:i Richard Carvel, ths youtie lii'o and his f j lend, the captain, were traveling io London when they mit a cet taln gnat j-entleman at an inn some di taiKe fiom tile cltj. He became interested In Uie fn friends uud in tile ston or their cdventuies. and thee suppi il togeth-r. When they parud the stranger, Mr. Walpole, said: ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

I s t I' I h mm kepubeicj sitnie. kphie wm n C FHPT 7 "FT TsJ A AT-TO A7" A T PC Slmpls Eisercl3e for Men of Ms m Are Much c cupkd iMj&i3i Value of Physical Exertion Considered. wyt,'ttr.a..'M'"T. JVVfV'-lrlrMHj ye-, Vj.'ffjyi.-Jwtft' V-Ws',Vi',-' Wa'-taeJmS-1"-'1 ,111 rbXrM I lte ." f.L'3 W MonOToery'- fWtn H Coplon cxnd f jWrn H and -Robert" L, 5 fD B Grbrr, from ThqpSSL K$3ffi&cl &i2ssssAZA fonj5,3zvasb,ogtonAvenuej Uudgc Henry W Bond i J HeLaran rora 3i Moroni ith and Horaan III J ' I ' -WI l llrOrt' ? 1hP federal gm'dtng-J fromGrcnd avenue J ? freer tolbc LlgdeBu.tcl.nj j and Ol.vg sfrgl-t-s. f w Le r nd vve Tif ' tV551?? .l.ous Holfhaus. rom Je- 7 I Judge George A Mdill and Wm McDlaif and Iso&X H I jcihnWNoble ftr.dTrumaoB.it; 'pWf1 L-zrT?"' Sf v. ju "3--tfT rj crson Avenue to 1be-Tfou.rTh.j Leonard "Wilcox rom Lmdell Ltonberg-er tb the Criernic rom Thirtieth And Pme toorVxj Yd-fff Jflj JJ) --3 "Hgdrion&l Bank ' ( J Boulevard to the Urn on Trust? Bo-Hcling ...

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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

kiisfcs- .? "- i . jy THE CAPITOL OUTLINES OF EXTENSIONS AND AL TERATIONS THAT WILL COST A oc GREAT SUM OF MONEY. L - TERATIONS THAT WILL COST A fe- A - l oc GREAT SUM OF MONEY. W The Famous Building at mnOTTES FOR THE SUNDAY KEPUBUC. Ninety-three rooms will be added to me XfcO V?: accommodations available for House and nate by the contemplated addltior.3 to the Capitol at Washington. The plans are all Ct&wn. and It only remains for Congress to Authorize the necessary expenditure. That am enlargement of the quarters provided by the historic edifice Is needed there can be no doubt, and it la certain that the Senate Is eager to carry out the Improvement, members of that body being much dissatis fied with the commltuc-rooms In the Maltay building-, which they are compelled to oc cupy lor lack of adequate bpaco at home. Lately the subject has been terioubly dis cussed in the Upper House, and the expecta tion is that important alterations in tlio architecture or the building will soo...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: StFNDXY. KPRTIi 1. 1900. V. bb- -1 irifr?itiik"JSBB areaTaa! BTaBTaWBTaBTaraTBTaBTaBTaBTaTaTaTaTaTr AJ aTraTaBTaTaTaTaTaTLBTBTaBTaTaTaTaTaaB' IXiilSSfllJ I : '" yhrirn ; I aaaBBBBBYa "rBYsr BBBBBBBBBBaTry Barx" Pe'Bak . pCv J5s. eaV aTr I aaBaaaaaal B li,:a''J .mt m fe w V v . . s s m M . 4 a -,.? ifl I T "I" - . . ess io os Tapper. I faTa-aTaTa-ana TaTam "aBBBfc&V" aamv aTaBBT&7 m 1 m I M M M - . -e? Mfy l:&VUUJMty: mwL ' ! v5W y ' SSSL-"BBSsr-" iMiTiLir. nin n i If i 5 1 1 II I it If WIUTTKN l"01l IJIK M NUAY JlEVLHul Mr. Bobby Dver shook his list savagely and, addressing an tmMWc spectator, said: Til be hawtid If 1 don't pay jou out for this. You just wait." No human being Ttas ordinarily roorr ln offcnslvo than Mr. Hobby Djer; hut nt this momer.t his pink and write. Chcrubio coun tmanco was distorted with a scowl that boded ill tn tho unfortunato porscn that wa to bo "paid out." For Mr. Hobby Dyer's eelf-esVcro had r cclvcd a rude shock. Hobby ono of th...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

jW e,tvt;- i"' '"Vffl"" CT''1 - k,-.'M.-fSt?rli5T-- :. i i i i WWD i ! i I A i ! . rr- , -. - ; : supm IO 5rio-c r (HJ UA l I1 I Wfi(U3 ww iiiSliw WmAmBSma i 1 " OTPlimp Vrw MmmZm ' VJ l w i sbiE1 ' 1 tWUTTBy FOR THE SUNDAT REPUBLIC. Tho season of 1833-1JO0 has been a good tme for that necessary adjunct of tho stage. le "super." They call him a "super" be cause It requires too much ttmo and energy to call him by his full namo ot supernumer ary; but while they Imply by the namo that they give him that they regard him as an Incident and not a necessity to stago lire, they do not really consider him as such. For a super is as necessary as anything boat the stage. Without him there would tie ao chorus effects; without lilm thcro yrould bo no mob scenes; and without him Iter would bo no great ballroom picture, fans armies, terrific battles, and all those great things that go to' mako tho Eta go f MM" bo much like real life. And who Is the "super"? that K when fee U not on the stage; for ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. &PRIL 1. 1900. P - t 3 I ! B 1 ill If Bird'seye View of "The Purchase, M By Howard Elliott, Gen. Mcr. Burlington Route. The ratlroids are interested in the World's Fair for two reasons the lesser one being the transportation of visitors; the greater, the general effect in the Mississippi nd Missouri vallev s ot a great Exposition -which will tend to attract capital, manufactories, trade and people to all the State in the Middle- West. South and Southwest, and thus help to develop in every way the coun try and cities. It may be assumed that there, will be a ti asportation exhibit connected with ths llr which will enow the development of the means of transportation in this coun try, end that the railroads will do their fehuxe In that exhibit, Th development of rnllroads and the growth of the. country are more or less coincident. A special feature might be made to show the marvelous growth of the country and th. railroad-, in the Mississippi Valley and the Wes...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

Sic -.JJ'ILfsiii. -- si2?Xr t "t.- y Awr-3irv" Ttf-r-ja1" K 4 --' I 4 1 W f 1' It . rv l! r i SPRINGTIME DESSERTS CAUGHT BY THE CAMERA IN THE 4 Mash one quart stray cup sticar. press throne then s. train; to each throe teaspoons p dissolved in one fourth THE POSSIBILITIES ...OF LOYE. WRiTTKrr ron the sundat hepctuc. rrancc! Amer Mo then Is the author or a. collection of bhort Ftorics which ;ho has poWtRhed under the title "Tho Xctv York ers and Othr People" This wTlter be lieves In bchip up-to-dile with a enhance. The first Mori' Is nil about a Rhl who cajne of rather doubtful antecedents, but whose ambitious and clover mamma wished n n .(il.rl In llfo liv !l hrlllijiit marri.TEP. She was Introduced Into fociety. but. in . '.-. . , j .i Xtll 01 ner ejeiiiii. yuvwr jijiu juiii iiu llncs, the "fell flat." ISj- tho adiicc of nn intcH5tcd friend, her mother took Chrlstlo to a (Certain L.adv Hrathcoto in England, - v i,c ehe was to bo coaclicd Into some thing, that indoflnable something-...

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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 1 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 'APRIL 1, 3000. I! in Is 11 iti l i t ? ( l PARIS IS BRIGHT WITH S pecla! Corrtsrondencf cl The Sunday I'.pbuMIo Palais, March It!. Woim-ii In l'aris may well look forward with jdc.iMtro to their Easter millinery. And the bailor kits that are beta;: made tip for the Bummer jflrl are very fetching in style. Tho sketches illustrate the chic style of the newest millinery. The drossy hats are perfect bouquets of Hovers. A number of bats worn Just now are trimmed with bunches of fruit and tulle. There are two leading fancies in the Hew millinery make-tin. One of theso emwslsts of rows of Gtraw braid run to SAILOR HATS HAVE HIGH CROWNS. X1WHAT O varied ar our belts this season that S In every effort to krint' torin an other novelty Dame JTode humor nnslv lets us fancy a belt where none exists. A frock of Mack lace, emamentcd with silver sequins, has no lclt at all, though the top of the tkirt and bot tom of tho waist aro trimmed to simulate a belt with small scallops...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 April 1900

c-r T-T&Pf ,t T t. 3 rsJVt"' V.-VH "f "Nf i THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. ST. LOUIS, MO.. MONDAY, APKIL 2. 3000. 1it-t-,t-, f'n St. Louis. One Cet. JlirJli 1 Outside St. Loolt. Two CeaU. tn Trains, Three CeatS. NINETY SECOND YEAR. i X, , X If X iny WEBSTER DAVIS TO RESIGN TO-DAY. Statement Mado roMtivcly by a Kepuhlicau r.'ijx-r at nis Home. TALKED PLAINLY TO M'KINLEY. Ftormy Scenes "Willi tlie Viesiilont Davis Has a Messijit; Fiom the Joers i the Anieri- c.m People. Kansas City. Mo., Ainl 1. A Jouiual Fj)ori:il from Wa.-Iiiiipion ,-.i.v-: Vebbtcr D.ni of Kan-as v'Hy will lo-moi'iow tender In- ii--ii:Uioa to the President a: .-sistatit Sceretaiy of the Interior. Mr. IMvi- decided to take tlii course as the result of lii vi-it to Sotitli Africa. He In- deckled to deliver a public addicts touching the entue suipe of the present war, :md believes tli.it lie can best tin so while ftee fiom anj le-f-traint which his present po-ilion would impose upon him. "When takinp; his depart me for ho...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 April 1900

THE REPUBLICS MOMY, KPRHi 2, 1000. it I i H t' it ii 11 vli , TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. WASHINGTON' A Journ-il HK-ci.il irom W. bstor Dim-' home town sas that he will resign from MrKlnlcy's Cabinet. It Is Ialm.sl th.it he will not submit to the suppression or his views In belulr of tho Boers. Flit mis wy lh.it a stormv scene between Davis and McKinlcy took place, m which Davis was tnged to abandon his "Quixotic" attitude in behalf of the Boers. Fuvls It is s-,iid. timed intervention in behalf of the Republic r.eiiulillean leaders in Congress at" Mite that they 1H hse the low, r house and fear that their piesidentl.il nominee will be Ie leatcd. A majority of the Hou committee urges tho pafcJRo of the &!iii subsidy bill Tho Japanese are reputed to be up to dite. and will make a good tlsht if n gnged by Uusia. Liquid an Is to be the power for operat ing a railvvav between Detioli and Toledo A bill to solve the army question will be introduced to-da. The -vote will be taken Tuesd iv i...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 April 1900

. sr.s ri. . t- i,i nrLfva- J:.,i.:uie-;,ii aaojnerr-ffrr-ia "-.' .'- 'JWrfftfjr.- "Tm . - THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. &VPKrrJ 2. 1900. 9 A MORNING WITH KELLY-KENNY. (0000000000000000WK000000KaO Ik. rr i. lv. !U. A f ' rx ILlii n ft . iii rvi -- '--- r -.r- ' ' ' rrm n r ' fTi lift 1otiiic 1T)M ft flint lir1i i vitnifl tt 1 ? 1 iri1 1 1 it? if lniitril "It"rl 1 - ICt and cutting off the strajrling bauds of burjjluTs who soii;h to re-i'iifoi re tlie South African Lion at boy. That llie work wjls fraught with difficulty and danger goes without saying, and the empty saddes of leturning companies told the oft-repeated tale of IJocr inarksiuan-fihip. x JAPAN TO TEST K RUSSIA'S STRENGTH, "cC - rW Applies for Privileges in Korea That tlie Czar riaims Exclusively. SULTAN HAS MADE REPLY. fields in Part to Russian Demands for Railway Concessions Reformer Alarms Li and the Empress. Xiondon. April 2. -The Times has the fol lowing, dated March 21'. from Seoul, capital of Korea: - 'Tho unreasonable...

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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 2 April 1900

.m?. THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, fAPRIL 2. 1900. lU r m YOUNG USED TERRIFIC SPEED, Jiocliehtw Bailors Could Not See Big Cy's Shoots as Tbey Orossi.il the riale. p DID NOT SCORE A RUN. O'Connor in Hard Luck Donovan Made ;i Swell Play Iloidriok Indorsed His Claim for litr. Salary. With Youns;. McBride r.nd llaipor using niidsuiumer speed. Uoclipstcr's snow-blind batters had no chance on t-arfh at Lcnjrue Park je&teiday. Tlio la-lern League lead ois did not score. The lobs thrown up by the gtcen pitching aims of the minor twlrl rrs iuilc Milted the Pi. Louis players. So the home team -non a desperately uninter esting jratnc, 13 to 0. It was hardly baseball weather. There Is yet an edge on the air, and fingers in the stand still ncho a bit when a tbarp lino drivo Is caught on the fleld. It Is not leasonabie to expect good play or good crowds under such conditions. Only about 3,(KW persons saw the .game. Hands were deep In pockets and enthusiasm was sup pressed. Artcr nil. it was a nlelsli...

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