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Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

11 I n ELBRID6E HAEOY ON STATE ISSUES. NO CURE NO PAY! COMBINED TREATMENT WWW? Faajaoiuufi ,Hfc i' fcHJ C:inliiliilP ftir the Ilppiil.iic.iii ."- hei n.itoriiil Xniiim:ititni Sni';i."x in (."liiesijro. rc- -rur r.PFAT ri!PATiF POWFPS . HPiinFI' If JO" """ 'NtW with iny dlp.is. or compllcitlon of dt'-i-. It will par ilLlliiliriit yo'i -n call at or rltc to U-p Mlvnurl Mrdlcal I:itttut. :,r. North Clclith Mr,r ttir tilns tt-itmont iIiyIih'. a tliov Birirantce a compW .md lattln; iupi Ii cwrr '" "'nt '"rv a""It 'or tr-Jtm'nt. or miVe 1.0 churr- wlatrter, -lthcr for 11 litU" nt r1"' tr ' "'' "'Trlrw Othr ji'iynlrlans want ou to i.iy tht-ri uhfthr th-v fuii "' ir no1 or v' '"t,!" r '" tfn'-llt wa or not 'n. phj-Hchni of tlir .Mlsrourl ?.Ipdlcfcl Iii'il'uti' ! want ply far .1 curr. If they uinnot onro ou thry 111 frunl.!y ti-11 jou so. Vi-r.'iati ' ""' ' '" A P f VOli c-iour an dfjtcid'pt ttfik rr dWIlt itl tired mornlnn"-l.icMnr li " a-nWti'in lit-Ic-H iMly fatlKtind L.L?hfuI h.iBsnd lo'...

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. — 8 April 1900

12 m t PA mm Hi Em fcs BH The Sprin VITAL HEALTH k J A. fes .: . wiSjV.- THE REPUBLIC: SUXDAY. APRIL S. 1000. POUND Remedy Mrs. J. C. Dunn, Tarentum, Pa., writes: f " "I owe you a great debt for the goo& Paine's Celery Compound has done my baby" boy and myself. About a year ago his face! broke out in sores. We had two of the bests ra .is doctors attend him, but the sores kept on I fi spreading. Finally we tried Paine's Celery: Compound and one bottle cured him of a bajl case of eczema. I am using the Compound; .u now for nervousness, and it is doing wonders I .a for me. JT at XWWAAAAAAAAAAAAAWWmtVWVWWWWWWMwwmww 119 .a s PAINE'S Celery Compound is the spring remedy of the American people. This medi cine is compounded to keep the vital organs vigorous, to build up the worn and exhausted f-. ."i lie is Mi at ml nerves. The bl is made rich and in full quantity, circulation is strong, the body is nourished and healthy. J STRENGTH ! VIGOR. '

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

QOaooooaaaaoaaaaoO'DOOOB, JZ. UBLIC. E STL 5s2gt, -oscr. 3 K. i I tt 0 op o Hg D ZZi& ,&A Y&arocracr(TacT ooaeau.aa cmhsrep um jf EvAJferni a v " ui'vvi -ic? v irrsv r i v" W v'IM " w Mfttir-K- IkMit y-y f fj j-j f7 f f-y -tj i.r z-t u i -i ir -- i V li lit c- v li of fir Ci 3 Al ha an , !' hi' he K , Wl .".' Of lie" -.1 I do V, too X. if NINETY-SECOND YEAE. Bpfdal Corrr.ror.;er.rc ofT!: Sunday Tirpublic. Berlin, March S3. Berlin Is talking al ready of William III. though tlio second. as tverybody Knows, is hardly ready to take a buck seat yet. The new luminary is Frederick William. Crown Prince of the Herman Empire and of rrussia, who will become or age on May 6. Politically that means nothing, but it may be of considerable importance so cially," for, as the Kaiser is away from the capital two day out of ..very three, the establishment of a second court, with the Princo Imperial for Its head, has in it tho rromiso of fulfillment of certain duties to wards society which ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

T3 THE -REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, 'APRIL 8. 1000. gHlltVWVAAVWVArlrWWWW VWWWWVWWWWW VVWVMVVAfMVVVVVVVVVVV yy,VVVVVViA'AirVWVAr VWAlrWywVvWWAeVlWV WWSAAAAA rVSrVSirVWVrVrVWVVVVVVWl'H'lg O I" Tfc f TV T " TO T T T"? T T A """ f f O T I IV T HP l A D J A V O TJ " T T I A T T f T O fe Changes It Mas Brought at L-- i ? irK i nr.rn. miaajfv u u iw im 1 ivcu lm u no. l i - - - . , ,, -v- . - . m .. . x j.. , m - - - - - - , u WWWMVWW f hhiWwvammmwwW' wvvvvvvvwv"wva ' I? ' . VRITTKN FOIt THU rV.VU.W niUTUl-!'" According to the rules and tegulatluns uf the t"tiit;a States At my. spring lias come, unci from this, time on there will be a dltTei i:t lino of wiir!. for the :e vnt! -a jgme-:-' u Carrlhon ai Jeff-ison i;ar:;w;;"; All tuati: the tncn Kt tluit iittny pa-t we:e put through maneuvers llul had fo: their pui loe the perfection o the troopeis in the art of liurvf-b.i.u riding. I'.ut with Hi-' -J if April tliu tontine of gsirilo:i life "''" changed, sir.il early on tint murul'it; de cracking n pi...

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. — 8 April 1900

in c w ti tt fu Br Ci 2 Al ha at se pe 111 he K wl Ml of J.1.1 he Oo THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, APRIL 8, 1000. e&e SOME ST. LOUIS SOCIETY WOMEN WHO ARE EXPERTS ON HORSEBACK. MBH8iMt1' KItfHH rSA iHBBlflHitt IjiBIIv 1r bHKb1L HlS .bbbbbbA Htf I - - - - r- -- - . I ! I III ' - WW 1. I i i I W W II II iM 7W1 I I - !! VHILlll I I I Ml AVENUE OM "HOT -5PRIMG5 Hpw ii C T ii i i am m -r-Mm-mmmmm " .r '?' M1152 CI-IARI-E2 VA3-I STUD3D1FORX5 MEI? JUMPER. " MIXSK'E.TEHR " Ol-l i wMj OTii MJS& FLORENCE SPHMCET or-VHSTMIHSTEK PLACE TAKlIMQrA.LE330K: 3 JWKN TOTl TITB STJ?tTT HBI'intWO. he hor?e lias comf !ito l.i- un .lKfili. the pacing of the female hii.ei" Is m ompllslied fact -n far as St. Louis society concerned. 3lrl. maiden and matron nlike iiae for- 'ttcn their slT(l of steel, and turned with ie feminine fervor to the fnur-lfpged ltitnl b s-oon as they hae taken a feu moro "vns. and the pajKs h.Tve put on their rins; pint-5. the huds and blossoms of the icll Fet will astouNh their frie...

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. — 8 April 1900

fr..W. THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. ftPRIL1 8. 1M0. 3? ?J saxa WHAT MANNER OF MAN WAS rp m s : o 7 x I QdT Story of the Master's Physical Personality.901 ss- CI Sfs iWhat did Jesus Christ tbe ui.-m look like? Tuere are pictures innumerable of him, mt no authentic portrait exists. THE SUNDAY KEPUULHJ litis asked leaders in various re ligious denominations to give their opinions of the personal appearance of Jesus Christ. Clergymen of the Catholic, Unitarian. Uni versa list, l'i esbylorian aiid Hebrew ehurrhes have answered the question. Their views may be somewhat of a shock to (hose to whom the ideal portraits of Christ have become almost a reality, but yet excellent reasons are ad vanced for all of the opinions expressed. I CHRIS 7 . . . . . " r R if lifl 1 V l h i L lU&i is is; fc. I MUNKAC5Y '-?-'-''" l a p o n J?m0r' CHRIST WAS OF MM OMENTAL TYPE Says the ReversM Wmt J. Savage, B. 5. 2 CCsJr grss Tho orthodox view of Cintst Is that Im was composed of tv.o complete natures, the Olvi...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE -REPUBLIC: SUITOXY. KVTXIL 8, 1000. in I- V ti ol fu nr Ci i Al ha Mil H" 10 111 he gU wl SU . Ida he' do li' t At f ;Sif$ ' K..r.icis From ihr .-.' ,,f Thomas .loilotM.ii liy John T. .Morsi', .Jr.. Anieiican Statesmen Scries. Tlinnns J. fici-on was "" ot April ir. 171'. Tho fust American JetTirM.n was sup posed to h.ne immipralcd fiom Snow don. in Wales. Midi, at least, was tl.o famih ii.riUlinii Ho was one or '!V 7 l. , tiers, having nrilvcd in Virginia before the, MnMIowcr ind biought the- tirst W of Pmltans to the New England f t. 'cr .1. rt..rn. Hie fatlK-i : Thomas. s the Jainlh its nrst impetus ia tlio io.ul low. mis wotlrllv humss Hi' was ' man "r """j'1' .' -".'- -- ... , plnsiquo .uirt of c-oriospoimui,, ..-' '" telle-et nnd onlcrprflng u-u-i- ", -"" llf. ho bocime very intimate with William Randolph if Tuchahoo: lie "patcnte-d in tlio w Idoir'.-s i thousand acres of Una adjoining tli.- larger estate of Randolph, bought HO'ii his fiicnd 430 acre;. more, ji.i lng tlioie...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

TTTR XPUBLTO: SUNDAY. APRIL 8. MOO. I ST. LOUIS MAY BE DEPRIVED OP PARK CONCERTS THIS SUMMER. M . y-t-rf ! 11 !' I I II IlllWHIIIinHHIII II 1IMIMIIMM 3 5v. ,- S - r. iSlRMHFO yvjar7 ".kt p.c .A"-r"; Park Commissioner Has an Intimation Thai an Appropriation for the Band Hire Will Be Denied Him. vi:jTTn.v ivit thk ptwnw m:piiii.ii- Whether theie mill be music in the public parks of SL Ioul during tlie summer of IPOO is a question th.it Is interesting not only the P.irk Commission' i and his as sistants and the musicians of the city, but nearly evcrbody who lives- in St. I.ouis and visits the parks.. Since the summer of lSJo there hat been i mtislc In the park during the period fiom June 1 to October 1 of each enr. l'ark Commissioner Uidgely has akcd for nn appropriation for the --ame purpose for this year, hut he has been Riven to underM.ai!d that, the plant of the power that he at the ?lty Hall are to refuse him the appi epila tion. The "urn he asks Is the same a" that whlrh has been...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. liPKIX S. 1900. SOMeTcHAPTERS FROM THE LIFE OF AN AMERICAN HERO I iV i J P J I ft, & i m p v-thttt:x roR Tin: s-i"Nn.T rtnrrni.ic ' riMli. Xow Yorkers kaie undertaken to raise ., iun.1 wlurli vhiill bo. a tribute to the iiKMiioiy vf ;oi.'ni Guy v. Homy and 1. tillt to 1 N widow. U is rvjM-oI'rt that tli fu-d w,l! loach Hi.- propoi lions of the i.iwl.m fituJ. whl.'h kuw with siu-li rapid- it that tin- g.-utlomon in oliaigc o. - TVC-,1 to b.g the people tO C0.K-C MU'MIIU- r Guv v. Henry wis much the sort or k. . . .iwl i ni m jfVt i- lli-mv w. wvm'hi -. -- l.n ,r I 'i .nd.d hH thirty-olght M-" "f h.rC o a- ., Midler, he loft ,is w!fp "' iniKh tin- .1110 unpleasant llnauotiil condi tion. A -..oldici's pay is " nnnlco.tt. .vcn thoug'i it he th.it which goes villi the J i k ..f l?-,s.uli.T Co-ioral. and wl'h tli" ..i no's ,h.,ih the pay practically -t-'l s L cci ma toji . mil lv. of four""; cu i" Wi oas of ijfutinl Homy. llis widow i '- low. J M,iy m.mtli or the...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

--&! f TTffl 'REPrBJJC: ST'NPAT. LAPKTL 8. TOOO. MAYS BLACKMAN "I wnuldn t l.vc with vmi "'wa fot Bvythme in the imiiM." 1 toss- il iiij onr: hack with ii mi a1- 3 "-ild it ii H-' settled lliv MiiihnniH'l v.ltli ii ibtci mined air. Xiilli-r would 1 Willi i-u. rrosnv," I'.ivl'l answer il. hickin;; the dust ill :i ll'llld flotll l-!liMtll lllS ,-ll!RI left. iMvid and 1 wile on mir to school. Neithei ol ti couhi Imv told how our qinrud Kuan, lint our iitK'-' vv.:s waxing lioltir cadi lmiim nt. ' plod led J-iiii h Mile in Jimry sil noc. What hf- thoughts, wen- I t'tiiiiil ji. !). liy mv own ;!'! 1 vv.i.- thinkius "! "oim-t.'iint; to say in.-ni fnnitrfli ! show hint low juiKij 1 wa. 1 -vvuim my book-strap .s.u,K.i till my Latin ivitiiui.it l II lu the mound, l.ut David did imt i-on- dcSCCtld to notice. SO UUb ion "I to stoop to the dust and pick tht- buck ri n..stll. ) hate ou." 1 Mill at iast. .No answer fiom David. "J don't si-- him- 1 could ever think 1 liked you. 1 wm't in.irtv y...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 47 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, rAPRIL.S. 1900. AJT THE EASTER SERV A Few Conversations. E I X. 0 lie characters: Mr. and Mrs. Xewlywed occupy the center ot th picture. Mr. mi J Mrs. OMhuaJji an J their little daughter arc belilnJ them. Hn anJ. Bthcl are conversing at rlRlit: the young g'lt'r inin for hom tho jour.g luJic3 act as an un-ennt-cisu frame. I Hrlqcs. n. taoroueh man T the world, who fpeaUs Utterly nf life and smokes Turkish cigarettes. The i;emleni.n l'" hH si'io in Burtrtte., a p:.-t who lives to wrH" a"-'1 l" to live. To lr- left of the llotu:--. Con-Hox. Hi gentleman Mho lakes up the rollecllon. : 'M versing Titli Clara, the Mchrl salaries! sopuno la Urn city. Tho rest aie m-rely attendants .it tlio churcli. who go to hear the sermon. first Cabby: "Say. what is cu-". a con- uous purformnnce?" "ccond Cabby: -Non-. I guess eicte nuiu- In' for do eggs now." Third Cabby: "Well. 01 don't care phwat talme they coo:n out; Olm paid by tl'o hour, an' It tho preacher kapes. thim there th...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 48 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

--.rflW My-. . . H . J;- THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. KPRIE 8. 1900. ro .,, -" t ! - in i(sji .. i i i i i i n m , i 3 ''' - i fJJ tt-Att rr E MAN WHO 2 - L Nj FdwIrI ConTmn1re of The Bundav Itctmbllc Pomona. Cat.. April 5. Major George Foster Robinson, who saved Secretary of Slate William J!. So war J from (Hath ly an assassin, on the. night of the A-"?a"tr.:i-tlon of Abraham Lincoln. Is nn orange rrnwrr In l'omnnt A alley. los Angeles fount y. r.-il 1:,. is one of the twn men In the 1'ntted St:'ic Army ever -nisei! at nni bound frmn private to -ink nf Major. H ! nh.n the. onl man living on 'he Pacific Const v.'no ever had from Congress n votn or t banks, ami a golden modal niton for conspicuous bravery At tli seme moment thnt Ahrolnm Lin coln wvs -.hot to .le.itb in Fold's Theater n Wn-hlugtoti ii A hi II . I5'"' Private Jtolilisiiii. riiiwmod and i:tirr. iirf-1. grap pled w.lh tiie armed nn.l .losp-raio ,T-'v ln l'ii 1'nyne. In the diiUoned lck ori nf So. rftaf o." St ite V.'i'llnm II. ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 49 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

OUR ISLAND On board the transprrt Port Stephens in the Uaihurnf lloilo. February 17. J!"'. 1 am at my fust stopping place afti'r Ira vine Manila on a tour f tho southern lurth of tlic Philippine islands. 1 am on a mule transport, which is hound for nil or the nut or tlie nay ports to take wagens. mules, horses and supplies for our gani sons. Vc shall travel more than ".0"t miles before we return to Manila and s!.al! go to many places which have pot bet n open to trade or travelers. "Wo shall spend seven! days at each place, landing cargo, and in our tour -Bill not only vWt the Sulu islands, where the f.'.ultan Hvrs with his wives and slave, hut will also roast clear around the. great island or Mindanao, which Is practi cally unknown to the? world. It has naked savage-, tvild Morns and Sultans even more powerful than tho ono with whom General Hates made, hTs treaty cf flrcnuslilp ami pence. On n Mnlo Trntttiort. shir, is like nothing yon see on ih city Our xiu nun. it is a, vm;i ""- ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 50 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 8 April 1900

TI11C UEPUBL1CJ: SUNDAY. 'APRIL 8, lnn. Gc-i -.i vix , CrU, njj? w I TV. T i JO m TtT ai z's& h - -: -3.- a : w . asj j b r L- a-r i n a a o S 3'ill3 l n A- Tzrnr yw fcp? "r Mf Os LLJUU n, i -CJjr X T 4lWiiT I a.MVA cC y ilcU )Olr " .B-l.' JB E9 W . -'w " " --.& rrn f r - V i A- . a f srs'.fe-y-. " - oo-m m wlms f ttr-i-'J "-o o r sfc- -- eV f I I VHBBlAffV.11 1 yws3sw inr 7 1 SK 1 J .'3s g5." t$&s a hi w -ssc.m r yy 3 ?.yi-4v d . s - V ' ' .Tf wm fc "w. jr KJrS 5RS32Tlv -a. -- 1 1 11 . Smart Ottt-of-Door Frock WHEN SPRINGTIME COMES How One May Make the Most of a Very Bright Season. At KITTEN rouTiin M'NK.VY Ili:rtTJ.1f. Huar.cer. it thou hdtt learned a truth whih No fcliojl of Ion; experience, that Hie v.-orM 1h full of guilt nnd rnlberj'. and hast n Knotigh of all lib sorrows, crimes and carer. To the thee, of it, enter this wild :J Ami lien- the haunts of n.ituic. The calm shade Shall hilng a kindled calm, ninl the sweet Meese Tliat makes the green leaves dasice, sIih...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 9 April 1900

FRANK Carpenter Writes From Ho Ho for Next Sunday's Rc puWicArc You Following: This Brilliant Correspondent Through Our New Islands ? THE HALF-TONE PICTURING 1 OF THE SUNDAY REPUB LIC IS UNRIVALLED.Fifty Ex amples of It Spoke Eloquently in Yesterday's Paper. ,,,.,,. (In !. I.ni"t. Our (Vnl. 1 I I 1 ( I'j "lli4lf S. l,.lll. Tun I Clll. I On 'I ruins. I hrcc (cut'.. NIXETY-SECOXD YEAR. ST. LOUIS. MO.. MONDAY, APRIL fl, 1000. BOERS ACTIVE ON ALL SIDES. MRS. DEWEY QUITS CATHOLIC GHURGH. EAST AND WEST UNITED ON BRYAN. remitter Blio Experts to Attend T.-munniiv ;i:id Hntid K. Hill Favor 1 1 1 . Jifiioiniiuitinn at Kan- ni.s. Ciiy. Episcopal Prnires W ith the Admiral. Free State Farmers Who Submitted to Roberts Arc Again in the Field. UTTER HOLDING CONFERENCES HARMONY ASSURES TRIUMPH. THV ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. I n'A'Pl JPf s 3' ... Ho Will Aniionnrc- His rin.fonn This VWrk, ami Sats H Will .o a ri.-iin Statoiui'iit as to Where He Stands. hkpchmc srnciAT.. Washington. April Jt-Mr. Mildred Tew...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 9 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. 'APRIL 9. 1000. rf 4 TO-DAY'S NEWSJN BRIEF. LOCAL M 51 M'UnN. ncbto i:..iiif 'i";,,,v , 7.?.! U 'rd .-h.UK- that .1 -half jm.Iii. ' ;. Mas i.imi.,1 bv the C.tv Milr.il ''" ' in tn.iMnc Uli.im UI i'"'1 '',", " Jl .ih".r ..mimili.-m.in Mom tint '' :n .1 illicit. -n 1" Fat evfli. Ml sou'l Honmrr.it- lire planning for Wt ,n..v nil. s in the Mil- ol.etl..n this cai ,.,, a.-om.t of the ..l..--,o of faetbms n P.ntv ..ml Hie ptactlcul climinatimi of tin populists It. bt- Palm Sunday f-ermon V-'f'"' -nomine. Doctor.) K. Wiuch-t. i '' P . hm.h of the AMimira .l'l.wl U t -liilMMt'- -liould low I lie church as i" l-w n old loved Joiusalom A l.-irclar -tolc j: from J 1 U-nllnc. in ir Pat lot's-. M- Louis Oountv, K-ft a nolo t hk.i.ibx. sning hunger 1. id - ""' " i ininit the le-d. .tti.l 1h:u h. would jx- 1 i til.- -I til if lie ever Rf't able ' 1" -" tu,.ti..n to di-mt-p th' app'-il " 1 ni" 1 states Supreme -"un in 'w -- inv ,Ivlr,. the validlt.v of the N -"it v!n l.. will...

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. — 9 April 1900

THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. rAFRIL 9, 1900. ft ii OLD CHURCH ROW AGAIN REVIVED. Sleeting of Mt. Calvary P.irishinn. era Called to Tups on Dispute Between .Vestry and Pastor. BOTH SIDES ARE CONFIDENT. ffhp Kovorrnd P. W. FaunUcroy lias flojies of a Majority Ves trymen Siill Di'terinined to Fijllit Hint. A meeting of the parishioners of the Mount Calvary Protectant Episcopal Church, :it Grand :md J-afactto avenues. Mill be held Monday ei filing. -MtII lis tvhe-n the vestrymen for the cn-mins joar xvill ho elc-ted. This meeting will be an important one, and 11 promises pomp intor ntlns; developments bemuse of the nnfi in the church lor the last year between the Reverend Philip Williams Fauntleioy. Trctor of tho rhurch. and live of hi vestry men, who think th.t the best, interests of the church would he advanced by the res ignation of thr rector. Tho first note of discord a founded in the churelr on Sunday. April 11. 1"33. when Hip vestrjmen passed resolutions asking the Reverend Mr. Fnuntlrr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 9 April 1900

TTTTC "RTCPrTJLTC: MONDAY, APRIL 0. 1000. SERMONS AND SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES. mLLJ&ELilHZa i h Ihe Kovciwitl W. -T. Willi'imon on tin ri.ui (if S.ilv;iiitn "'lnM ;ind His Vinc.ynrd,' by tlio lu'vcicml lim-tor .1. V. H.ivi The Kevereml -M. A. Matthew of .l:ulMn. Tciin.. on Moilein l.ili er-ilistn ' David's Schooling in Social Seieiiie,' by llu ItVven-nd 1. Doirliester, .Tr. -(.Jod in Our Life -Mis ion" by llie Hoveieiitl T. (J. Cailfton Doi tor Sale on the Wnulu Tsix The Kcxeiciitl Dot tor IJ. D. Smait on "Dn(." J lie Koveiond Doctor M. A. Matthews of the rirsf VicsbvterlHii Chimb of J.uW.-i. Tcnn , severely anai-jried modern lIt)orilim in his " rinun vestcidix. il cl mni; lli.it loose theories had c.ind in m MipposeJ Cbiistiuis to wandei into sinful prattrc-s. Tlie Hcxcrend Doctor J. W. Pii- cf oo Chow. China pr. n ln'l .it the Ci.uu! Avo nuc I'rcshj terl.in Churih jct.rdax on the iimur whlih lfie Chtlsfianltv tonfns ui ci Its bcllexers. Ins .subject 1" Ins; Olin-1 and His Iin...

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. — 9 April 1900

THE BEPFBLTC: MODjVT. 'ATCtTlJ 0. TOGO. c lo DILURD THERE WITH FOUR HITS, Brilliant: Yonnjr FipWit SiHcsmI the Ball in Fearfully llsml Stvk. HOSIERS SOUNDLY BEATEN. Smihoff and n.ti'i.-r Pi)iii'l Nic Ball Il.'idrirk .uitl Walla. ,- in BHay Throwing i.oiwv'iii Shows a l'H'Hy Ann. Tat. othcri. io Kohni. I.IUr.l. junior merntui of the sointllUtit and bu-in--llkf lirm of Donlin & nilKird. ha-v-Iilt iiipp.'r "d homo-run hitter:, monopoli'd thr en llro outlit of calciums on the al fico -sIasc "t l-a;t)o IMrU yctcltlay. The senior rucm. .cr of the htarrlnc iuo 11.1s not In tin came, but the Junior quite uphold both lids. Five tlniCF up. he cot four hit, one id them a triple Mhicli would have lcn :i home run ha.J hr so desired. Thru had not Wallace been on first base in the initial in iijfiR Hillard would have had liio hits. His frlvr to drop short could not hav bren riieMrd to llrsd In time to set him. but It forced IVallnce in a close thlnp. at second. He t'HUKht the ball fair on thr ...

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. — 9 April 1900

K THTC -REPUBLIC- MONDAY, ftPKIL 0, 1900. K THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Ip'tril Hierv TMV In the Tm'. rrm.isnujip. ouonci: knait .t c Chr!ta W. Klap-i, President awl " Mcr. George I. Allen. Vice 11fl't W. )!. Cut. Secnt.it". Office, Owner Fiventli nnJ Olive Sti"-ts. -iti:ri;ri.ic j:rn.DiN;.) Ti:r.MBor -sLitsortirTiox. haij.t am) suMA-bi:vi:.N" iss-prs a Jlv lUII-ln Advance Portase l'leiuid. tine Tear 'J M n Months s rtJ Yhrr Moiil'is s '' nv three dHjK. iccft iiumlav. olio ;eir 3 ") s-undav, with Magazine " ft' .-pwinl irll Edition, Sun lay 1 Sunday Mtu-azine LU i:y r mu'ieiis, st. lop is axu Mruprtu. 'Vr vivK, dall c-nly e cents IVr wl, d-elly stid Sundav 11 etuis Twn-c-.v-vnnK i.-rt. Put'llMicd Monday iind Tliur-d.i-ono yir...U.O) ll'tnlt tv 5nk draft. rip.-osF. ni"-.ey outer, or irr:i'rrcd letter. Adehrss TIIC lti:rfHI.ir, St l.iuK Mo. CT-Rejected vmmunicitle.ns c.-umct t returned utidr any Ircimstuncifc. Entered at Oie jiest otfic. at St. J."ul". Mo . J t-' wnd-cla" mutter. domestic ...

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