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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 14 January 1900

THE TTEPrBLTf" ST'XDAY, JAXTWRY 1 !. 1000 fin i hi i nil ! i iiiiii w i ;,i MiiLinmimn miiiiiii- ,...- n.i LuciMtMuM. ..,- .. .. . .... - iii.nniuiiuwiiu - ""-i" " '" """ i'"''"i """ l!.! i!irS!!!!rr'.-.'j.Sr!rT!TTTTrTSS? r!-4-JL--?'?rCN lvgfc g-& -story of the ffoettellsrj n kitten mit the i'nwt rjirraur. Ralph Connor's story of -The Sky Pilot; a Tale of the rooth:IK" U-lls about the winning of a whole comwunltv of rather rough citizens bj a sincere .irrcit joung t.-.lssionarj . Arthur Wellington Mocre. (Plcmlng II. I:eell Companj ) He came aiEonp them almost unheralded, anil proved to them that he was a man a they were, but higher and bctur. The cowboys and ranchmen !n the foothills were inclined to dissipation. The Noble Seven, wnlch In cluded more than seven, was a clu'J whose purpose seemed to be drinking and gam Wing principally. Many Scotch and English men had como out to tnese Canadian hills, and among them no uac was mere influ ential than a certain pcr-mage nicknamed t...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 14 January 1900

TTTE "REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY 14. 1000. r0--0; L 4k.jk4 Rfl GLUB TO PRESERVE PICTURES OF ST. LOUIS LANDMARKS , THE WORK OF AN ORGANIZATION OF Y. M. C. A. MEMBERS. . u THE WOMAN IN POLITICS. 6 GAM r M ! 3 f (If- i'l I & u I 4 - .H 4 I- 5 . I- I; . Ii I- J i ! : Ii I. ! I- I" I.- I- - I- I- 4. 3 i i 4; 4- 4' 4: 4i 4 4; 4- 4 4- 4i 4: 4- 4' 4- 4- 4- 4,- 4: 4i 2 Fpclal C,.-rrwtTont!nc cf ft' StnVir neTublle. Lincoln. Neb. Jan. 1J N.tuitht itwllnB tli fact that the right of suffrnce has not licon conferred upon the iMmn ot Xrlral:a. there l.o tin constitutional Inhibition againM nifiokw f th. gentler sev running for olllre. and tn-d.iy tho StnT.- Iwiasts f st'Vi'n uunion ''lUHntliig aj County t'upcrlntondor'ts of Sohoob. At the meeting of tho t:tt- Te.ie-li'rs' Association in Lincoln re'cently. ono ot these young la lle.- unburdened her mind upon tho subject. She 1ms nihii) very strong convictions upon the sulijrct of wointn In polities, and voiced tht-m as fol low Women liavo tittl...

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. — 14 January 1900

9 r K THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY 14. 1000. lffM f EFHE V(' BE If II ytoil Jul yAJL-x x it y i 1 WRITTCN" roil THK M l' 1.1 It ! 1 li The door of the pilizzo III iio-t. was wide open vvhe-:i I pre s, utt d nn-tlf for ad mission to Pallzzolo's It Vet- "An American desirous of pivlng his re tpett to hi- lienor." so m Ital an friend Introduced me to tto (.railing niajcr-domo The cerejnony wus. quite unueNW-sarx , for everybody nut m tunlly barefooted is priv ileged to sco the great man In bed. Onf visit took place en the morning of the day when Parliament ordered the arrc-t of lis man) tided member on charges of mur der (.half a doztu of thrmt, br.gandage. theft, malfenbiir.ee in ulhie and what not Hut Pallzzolo liad esenped so man) similar scrapes in the past tint no one In Palermo even suspected tho inesslbllit) of the rude Mate Attormy's ultimate success The great boss s clients and m) millions nccompanx trig us up the Brand staircase iiri full of fun and small talk, all but two o...

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. — 14 January 1900

I. 1 IM, l v j i5 ' r , t ! in M,' M 'si n r I s r. -I 10 I I Hi St- : 4 1 4 THE CAUSE We. ell know when no aro hungry, but do wo Know whv we an- Iinm:n? The unscientific person will reply that we are hungry Iwcaiue we neol fowl. and this Is certainly true. Professor Appe-nheline r or Heidelberg iigrt.s with this, hut !)' maintains that there Is much more to be said on the subject Aceording t the ITofessetr, the ta-nsatlon eif humter Is felt bj a htiiu.ni being whenever the blond supply that nourishes- the Ktomai-h Is deficient In quniuty n the other hand, tho longing for tooil ells ippear. whem-cr tlo stem n i l I lied. fe-r then, throujih the prieccjeit of digestion, the iiocessarj supply of Mood U furnished for the nourishment of tho stomach. This rule elites not holt -i"l In the raw of many Invalids, as. for evaraple. those suffering: from .-aloros!-, Mneo various tests show that they do not fetrl hungry ecn when there l r. food for their stomaeh. The reeson for this. Fays the P...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 14 January 1900

p TTTE REPUBLIC. SUNDAY. JANUARY 14. TflOO. 11 fflMtfS" il M Ei (sH. L. -' l m i ffL 3 y g Hiitlw4YIWe - v-"- f i -n zr tit la ?iJA I L Jl j f - Vl,'llfl wli f . . "ALAS! ALZURA," I SAID. , WR'Tt s ' " i i k - that I r t i n i) ' r i p fathe- p.ai o be to his ifc.s' be irg a mer chant hop fair dealing raised him to a pomoi of high honor in the ejes of the Gove rnor and estreia In that of his fellow- citiz hi Alas' for my rnspects, however, ho was Fathered to the. arms of the Prophet when I wa.s but an Infant, anj I jiased under the Ifruardi inshlp of an ur-c!e a sage magician Jot the inline of Hassan lbn Afzul. .'o, it happened that in the same city Jxvhere we dwedt nnd where my uncle prac ticed hl- exalted jrofess:on there llveil an tether magician, called Afzul lbn Hassan, jtictween whom and my uncle there existed a rivalry so bitter and far-re'achlng In in cortiiu nces that the fame of It extended to the borders of Persia. It is sild that even among the learned of the gi tours pr...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 14 January 1900

TTTTC TCTCPFP.LTC: SUNDAY, JANUARY" 11. 1900. THE KITCHEN... ., Desserts That Suit the Season Apples in an Appetizing Custard to 9 fc JA A H0Wit'C40rM40C'400He4i w. SW -As &i? -i 12 CAMERA U. m . 1 1 H : . 5j a ' -2' I I i I av How I to I Serve t Chicken o With ! Rice, an I Old- I Fashioned I Southern f Dish I Worth ! the ! Trouble. I x vv ORANGE One-half cupful butter, two larco. juicy oranges, one lemon, three oupfuK sugar, six eggs, four level tablo-'poiin-fuls of corn-tarch, three cupfuls of water, rrcs juice from oranges and lemon. Heat the yolks of eggs, butter and sugar together; add the water; let come to a boil; then add the cornstarch softened in part of the cold water; Mir --- TL ... 'r LIEUTENANT GATEWOOD CAPTURED GERONIMO. General Lawton Repeatedly Said So Before His Death. TmiTTEN FOR Tlin SUNTIAT HEPfnMC I Now that General Lawton Is l-a-l there i has resumed Its tour of the oountrj tho f story of hli capture of Gerontmo So I'iiir n-; hn was altvo and cosnlz-nt of ...

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. — 14 January 1900

TITE REPUBLIC: RT'XDAY, .TAXT'ATCY 1-1, TOOO. 13 k &i m- 1 mm r-h -- m 4 itev ws vOC:V JSP li - JF hi I a4 jVi .- J-J B WM ;. 1UJUHW TO 1&&&&M22& i.1 V " '-S5IR"JiESXiiy.i i t : ? r fi i,: S I 61 t4' a ' U. -I ) i t a y a a i Vk i O or tks MELOERAMA. LOERAMA.. fl JBJEaKg? MISiSbji IMA J&&i 'j"y J"-31 "''' Li- Y" ' - i f 0 wrnzzz-i x? -,vcx..'fc-- r- si scwwc j:vv.s? -. r .. ssM, -7 s -: '. rtv('1T raas; &.. " :t, :OPF THE. STAGS - PlAH JOHN iVUTri AIKUING CCOMOW - WITH HIS tfIFE. filFll I ON1 XHe: 3Ta6E- "YOU 75EE "WITH -WtjAT 1 , EA5E I CAN . URTIE ANT KHOT.''orc " ijll'll I -opiji any &'&& PA orHMDcurrs ''jjJljl'I'N W EARTH r 0 THfcWl.-r ," clE vllf TS 4'"" " II " l t- vWSA fTTT r? luw 4 5 rW f lTT r i. i r :Bk. .-4 vfi i ) -XVClli iJ Z: r I &Z OH THE STACll .JIQNOn BICE.P.S JN !15 'atorl.D ARVSUOUS CT m,HJ:V? '1W ? iiiV lr.V F '.. ' I !( ,rV . L "P jT"1!)'.' 5W -ZZ9I ZA ir ' o i'.SAIAE. MvH udtNO UHPRIN.TABU1 LAHG 'uAGE' BE(AV.f...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 14 January 1900

TnE REPUBLIC SUXDAY, JANUARY 11. 1900. 14 (JtauM UIKTTnOEE c pr ffiSFSap jmau) . wsit r tj )-?-m n j&f aizii i i -s mMiTKn l'- I ' ' it 1 I VMl ?SJ i' r Ml H-5 $ r'&? MKHk tih dHp . WHAT DRESSMAKERS SAY AND SHOPPERS SEE. WRITTEN' TOR THE SUNDAY RErfDIJC Dressmakers still continue to recommend the handsome re.iu do sole silks to thosf who do not admire the solid, rather K.ir,-.h luster of satin. I'eau tie sole has noli halJ liKhts on its surface, and. bctn roiU-il. tli" silk Is more du-alde than taffeta. Thee elegant weaves aipear this season in tn iny lovIy tints in one color, in small striked anci flov.trtti designs, and al.-o in nun! novel funcv fff.ts appropriate for acces sories and dinner and thrattr waists. "Wash hlrt tvaits are to ' n In th shop windows, and look cold In this weather. The white ones are made of f.incv matrlal. manv with plaids and strips aiross rather than running up a-id homo. Some of the prettit and daintiest waists are made entirely of white lace a...

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. — 15 January 1900

he Paper that Prinze: thc ha,Monc I I 1 1 1 L5 pictures . . . The Sunday Republic. ST. LOUIS REPUBLI The Papr -hat Prints the half-icne pictures ... The Sunday Republic. NINETY-SECOND YEAR. ST.LOlTIS.MO.. MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 11)00. 1t-t-t-. f'" - '"I". One Cent. I Y i ( t'j tilfclflf -. I.eiills, Tim Tent. "--"-"-''-- tt Tr.'iin,, Three Crnln. SUPPOSED CORPSE LORD BERESFORD GERMAN SQUADRON READY TO DEPART, LEADING TOPIC9 BARRETT NAMES SENATOR HOAR. -IN- RETURNS TO LIFE, iSOOSSES WAR. TO-DAY'S REPUBLIC m-M & i 1 THE titP wsfpaiPBa ai.? .t-? Undertaker ttroepgelmcior Makes the Discovery "While Prcpaiinir. Christina Ilirih for Burial. -STARTS TO EMBALM THE BODY. Coppers Pall From the Woman's Eve to the Floor Physician Finds She Is Alive and Resuscitates Her. i Th movement of nn eyelash saved Mrs. Christin-v Hirth from being burled alive. She was laid out on what tc.e ui.u. .. term a "cooling board." and preparations were beirg made to Inject the embilming solution Into lier arterie...

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. — 15 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. JANFARY 15. 31)00. - Ml a I 13 ; m i u M is i! . III li r TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. WASHINGTON me Penato to-dav 111 rcsumo -onMdcra-lloa of tho IVtttan-w resolution ns the rodent in fn-nlsh ronpr wl h in formation rccardlnK Hi" n.iT in th- I Kllin- riPnS'h H(.U. routine tmln Till b ji.tI..1 of -arlv In tho Wffk Tho rer.rt of "tlio K.dvrts I"1",1i rommlttco l not .-M-vted by the He- before, n xt week The AsrloiiHunl lVp.irtir.ent ha? com piled .-.tati-tlcs show-Hic our exports of produce from H.H to ts"S Republican, raj thtt the """ hiU will i.a tho Srm.to early in r.'bru.ir. I.OCAI. AND SI-III'IIHAN. Within the last ton .layn f"""" yo.mc men well known In St. Inmls "vo '"'reared Thor are Fred lllr.1. Wtllt.uii '" "' Iteron an.l Walter Abel N" explanation ha been di'covinil To aid tho World's Pair. two. amend ments to tho State 'onstltiitloii will ! pro posed and mini on nt tho next election. It is believed that all turtles Mil in.Icr-e them in their platforms. Tl...

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. — 15 January 1900

p. THE REPUBLIC: MOXPAY. -TAXUARY 15. 1000. T?5 3 1 i & u LED POLICEMEN A MERRY CHASE. Former Member of Itii.tery A and a Soubrctte Figure in :i Heu- sational Escapade. BODE ASTRIDE HACK HORSES. t)fficrrs Grofignn and Kane Vainly Endeavored to Apprehend the Revelers Spectators Ap plauded Them. rvilieemcn Kano and nroggun. who walk 3. beat In Iho neighborhood of i"oraptnn avenue and Olivo strct. wont on duty last night, at U o'clock a? usual: but neither of them felt the host In tho world. And it was all because, of a ch.isn they had In the early hours of Sunday morning. It was a pocull.iT chase. bsi.l. being cno that took all tho xxln.l out of ihom for a while. Imagine two dignified policemen In full uniform sprinting down a street In 'ill cry after a cab wlilch was going at the 1'osr sped tho horse.-, could command. Imagine as tho parties In the lead In tho pursuit. aside from the cab driver and th aforesaid tired hoises. throe your.g "men of pood family and an actress. Imagine...

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. — 15 January 1900

r TIIF.r.EPrBLN1: .MONDAY, .TAXFARV 15. 1000. 'MONS and services at the churches.. SEF n l : I, H 1 1 u ilk :n ffir v :M H M II Miiciilt Kcii-n,-,I h r.ulior P. X Kit-It - Tin VilPis mi Out Kt-I.itiniis in Lift l)oi tm ..'.' Chunk Ag.iiii-l Ut-i mititl-'iitc )M lor i'luii's Pn'-ciitt- in Lift- r.tisi nf tin- H.ih in f";Uholii- ("lniirht- I'liintt. Swept -mil (J tor I'.ulon. SgWJp .van the lb. me of i sermon by tun Reierend F N" Ki-lfy at Hoi) Aiifel-. Ohurcli. Father Klein alluded to tho orsuinem- tna.lv ht two of hi Intimate ji -tjualrtanee, vvho final!) ton, their lite It- ! hM Cat thi nan in violation of the divine law "Th.ij -ball not kill " have m rlt-ht to dijise . t vvnot Is tot tMir own, and m r IUm belting to our Mal.ir li-.niu le glutei. e-topied judgment Smio believe tlint all suicide- ate at lcot ttnipnratltt in-an. It it should I- remeui 'ied that the fierce competition. rstlesness in il-i i ,.iosti, Is.n and passion for notoriet) prevalent i:i .mr t i- are not v Ithout...

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. — 15 January 1900

TTTE REPUBLIC: MOISTDAY, JANUARY lo. 1000. . i " i "! v V n $ p -r, .ne In tho ,. nf o,.r Lord Jf-j us .I-.--.1 l.x whom i!- world 1- ,'5'':1,'7' to n.e and I t. tho wild' '' ",r,!r:?Ma? rim. of ."bristia,,. so also should wt . ilw marks or Christ In .mr WIi - THIS v.e nmv io bv loviiifr the cross, aid ! small iH.rtion of it which lu- mav bo 1' l'1 t I. ,vo us carry. If Christ ,' ,;.,,;:n, ..uomln.v or Miff. ring, w- shall (.lad Iv l-ar - . ii- 11 th.' cross .f Christ 1 r ..i. ! mi. his li,.lv nam.- shall 1" ; l"llu' A , 1 t, this nam.- we shall ',:1' , ,., Tho holv nam., of Jesus Chr jM Is a -l.w.nul It i th- nun..- upon vv hieh our f .."..,, h...-v.n re-Ms-, "lor there Is ; tli , .me .rider heave plven t men when w. i,-;m be sated. I" th,; Ads o. the ,.-n. 3 w- t..a that st '"X, .-J.'"3...1: .1.1,,, w.t.t u ...u. tb.- tempi;' to !W. -Y J ..riuu m.ui who was lam c .re. in his r.ot-.fs w-nib w tarried hom t e laid ev,r .lay at the gate of tl ie lem-le, win,-' I. called IJeauUtul. ha...

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. — 15 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: MONDAY, JANUARY 15. 1000. I I l.'a f; II J e-s U i M K 3 m THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC Iod Erf rr Diy tn the Tear rumJsUURS. oEOitr.c KN.vi'r t o Cl-arles W Knapp. Itfieldfnt ard On. Her. Georro U Allfn. Vir I'rfsl.lfnt. vv. Ik C"arr. :r.rrtar Office: CVimT Sfcrnth and 01b,c Stiff's OlErUPUf HLILDINO ) TERMS Oh' fcfnsritllTIO.N JUILT A.NO SVNPW-EN ISSl VS V V KEJv. Vy Mall In Advance rcttae Preral Or jear - -i ,w six snonU-i - , ?! Three month ' Any three daj. Rfpt tjundaj. en yar 5-jndar. -IUi Maraxln - rectal maU edition, Sunday - J sanaar MaKailn " Y CARIUKK. ST. LOUIS AND MJBUItr.S Vrrwefk. dally onty .I"11', "cr wrx. ctall) and Sunday nT" TWICK-V-WEnit I-SUE. r .Mlshfj Herniay ana Tr.rJr o-- If r Jl w r.fir-t br Kink draft. exr-ref-a. rronev order er rfgUtftrd letter. .dcrr- the m:rrr.i.xc. tTT.f J-cted eommunlraticm taruol I "turned enter any circumstance. Ente-d at th Tort OfBca at Iu'i. Mo . a-f-on5-cIan niattfr DOMESTIC 1'OSTAOE. rhll COPT I.IKJit ten and twfb- raj...

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. — 15 January 1900

TITE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. -JANUARY ir. HMO. TANNER'S POLICY IS RULE OR RUIN. SHERMAN SEEKS VICE PRESIDENCY. MERCANTILE TRUST AUCTIONEERS. . L SELKIRK & GO., AUCTION and STORAGE ttrjrsiar ile Try Saturday at warel-ins. i lo-l Cfccuteau au tales In reld'ncas src!aity Ma,a otic. i'A S. Suth fct. Vltn EKiH'm AND LOCUST STREUfS. GO 7 r N (in 4S? -w '2r1Y f f 1 I V , n V 7 Sweetest thing that can be seen Is a baby, fresh and clean. Dainty clothes and tender skin Need pure soap to wash them in. Nurse and mother must be .sure Baby's bath k sweet and pure. Free from grease or alkalies; Ivory Soap their want supplies. corrMiMT ra vrTHC pocir ft gimblxco cnui Barr's Cafe 1 Just the place to rest, re Truth one's memor) and revise tho hopplnB IIt when downtown fur 1 ilaj'H purcl. ilnc. Well-cooked food. d.iinttlv served at mod irtto cost, rill be reqd.v eve-re lav MRS. HENLEYKILLED. I rack h Train at Anna. 111. Two Narrow Kije. Ann u 111 . Jan 11 V hi. or, b-r v i to t hurch to-nurlit Mr- dnlj....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 January 1900

TT7E TCFPUT.TJC. MOATbW. JANTWHY IT,, imo. 5 j M l i 3 I I2 - H HS' 3 r J I .a! ii!! '4 i ill. i i 'I I ;i i' I I; ! Vr ti ANSWERS TO ADVERTISEMENTS. -VC lHt.OIJ IIH-US -Jll THE IYII. W1X41 l Al.l.l.l' y'-l A.N-VM !." JO i i:utii:munt it uii: kj:i kn. ,m: jam ui ii a i' !"- "- -'- i V iMiaJMl AT TI1S tSM-l BUc ; .IT'11N TJIlir.E DUS M t- lM-- tisi;i urrrrats. . ... ji i 1 S l x ?yj:'...r. t . . s r. v . ll II H ' ? I 4 I I H . - , ii I'I I v w :::.:i 1 1 j - ; j ;? : !J ;:::::: !' i !! "I T Ii t ill. u . .. 1 . tt 31 .- j. i. j: . ... S,W tat ..-. ' iii. j : !. K 1. J 5 "S - . t. SI ..$ I; ,- i I. - ! 2 j: t. ji. J : it i w ' J l - i l!SM . . ..llj r 1 1. i. t v v 4 t , ; i -1 ' . rs . L c . i : I- A '.. . Tf. ' v .: -k 15 ' Z 4T . 4M .. I 'I! 4; z Z l 1 - . I X 11 7 -! .1 . . 1 M '3 STEAMSHIPS. 'o .i . .Mai t "Trticil i- - " '"' tl'' s - . l-i.m !-jii '.a..i U.m . 1 f . Tin-iar It l 'I. !".. .ia I N',.n i K'ni? ' K r rjl. : ..lit t ta j 4 ' I. K l.n-.- -' '! J II Aluar ho -JJ i SIT...

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. — 15 January 1900

0 l-e. TTITCttEPrBLTr: MONDAY. JANUARY in. 11)00. X V 1 P FOR RENT. ri'it.Msiu:i) ikh -i:s ami miN. PE1.AIAR. 4111 Beautiful fiinx" tn-r.iiH Ix-Us..; ologaritlv funvi-'aol ,t unfi-rnihe... ncniv C"cGi-atel. m.l, ru. kj lixlan-. svre-r.- Colieu. f!5 HolUr.d bci'dlns. PERSONAL. rifteen Cents. Per IJn. HOi-TOR iwir. xm-!.i' "m S. Po-ir- teenth ft.. loards dur.nc cnl.nement: ladles In trouble call or writ", confiJcnti-al. term reason vole; treatment by rcall. IlB TVrl1V ITli'L- 1"-. C tit- trn.tujt fun c.-.llcgoe,, ladies in trouble call ftuHv. it i po-ron iiAiivAUTitrit7 sp-ciaust. ladies- rrlvate home dil-ins .-onttneinent. traced nurses Jn attendance: ben of medical attention: treats Irregularities: vi irantces moress or no chare?; Infants adopted, write cr call 2S7 Morgan ft FREE treatment for private trouble., pimple-. Ch-chargce. etc. Other sex. Med. Co. 1ST X. 8th. LADIES Mv regulator never fall--on complet treo.tn-.ent free. Mrs. K. Starr. 2S11 Vranklln av. LAOIES. Doctor Annie ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 15 January 1900

rw. TfTTC REPUBLIC1: MOXPAY, .TAXI' ART moo. !. 10 ?: H s 5 ip T Hi 1. ii, Ur I ' .1 i k M (I J f i 3 'i il CHARLEY ELLISON DEFENDS HIMSELF. Claim'; That TTi mi. I Tonus Schorr Endeavored to Keep limns Out of Trouble. SLY INCIDENT EXPLAINED. J).in riouiir Will Try to Win the. Honolulu Cup With Katie tlth mn Sash Turner Expert- to le Ilein-tati'tl. Kerent reports from Sap F-aneisvi indl cite that tht suspension of Jo, kev Tommy Hums Is very apt to end tho vune mm s t irt career. The ruling cam from Joe Murphy and E. C Hopper and as thej will, B3 members of Uie License Committee of the American Turf Conrej-s, consldt r ins rio later. It lg a certaln-y that be vwll m t b restored to Rood staivlln? L'lls hes-t-on. A ear of Idleness Is proity sure to f il hJ rtdlrur. for ho Is grow ins; taut, and. wl-h ut the; hard work, ani tho i-iduco-n w s to reduce, ho la apt to imisr.nv uu iiJnt s. n a lener to Ilii-h KeottEh of N'ew Or 1 di s. h.lllon wrltts tint he dijilor-i tho kev s misdeeds and...

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. — 15 January 1900

THE "REPUBLIC: MONDAY. JANUARY 15. 1900. 113 k i ! i "J r i I I 1,9 " I r K m v FINANCIAL T2EC33 American Exchange ianx, 207 N. Broftdvra (bet. OUta and Plnn Sts.l.w.th HALF MILLION Fall Paid Capital inrt THREE HUNDRED AHD FIFTY TH3USAHD DoU-ir. Surplus, oanduotln-- Hnbavtnniis nlonu atrlctly cott.ni4trr.Hl ltnt--. loinlnsr monsy In moderato amounts to roputabi buei-ipf-s houses for luzltlrantn nmrciintilo lsoed-. likH daily ddtt to Its lino of pivtrona. nd to-da,'. a-lth totRl rcwrarcoBof over FiVE ftULMOft Pcf-li-itf Recounts, nromlslnsr that all buainoss intrusted to It will bo trentod with courtor. promptros-. accuracr nnd libaralltr. Interest paid oa time certificates. DIRECTORS, a. t. ii:i.u;r, 4.1:0. .i KAniK, .i. n. '. i.i ; . r.vrr. hrowx. sam m. ki:v"akii. 1 Mi:i. s. lini.tiKS, V. II. DIM'xV AVALKnil HILL. Prcs. I: HIS SOBPflHY Mas every safeguard for the sound administration of estates committed to its care. FINANCIAL LEAD AHD ZIHC CRIPPLE CREEK Mines or Missouri. GoU Min...

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. — 15 January 1900

1:5 TTTTC KErUBLTP: MONDAY, JAXFAEY ir, 1000. y r h it .1 SPECIAL SALE. Ouorconts, Overcoata ADUNN'Sn 912-914 Franklin Ave. We a? n"w r3d to io ou the lrn eit stock of Ori-tvo.;.- In the ritj, NHn rfw an-1 onlhnl 1" all )7, rolors ind tle -Much we an lllnK at try low rii No t fur orportuitty to net a Itanrcln. Mcnv I Jrpt " H a- ! 01 alll I3wri rni" ill imnrn BEN BfflETT & G0. T 607 FINE STREET. V A. AM .4 OL'.NT LIMA-CD Q Q CA ILRSO.AL I'KOI'EKTY. Lnrtilnmcd plrfjcs lor .ale. Uuilnets ron- Moles r "Ware s ,rs T'to ami Blrth-su,- ilu ue Hair, etc . rs-r rks lliarit - 1 s 1.171'IHCJs, tl TT-ist Wig. . --roi'lexinn J. WEIIKLY. M 1HE llenullic 1 prints with return mJe t W. CJll TslNObK. No IS N". Second it. CtTY ITHJIS. KEEP your cvo on Crawford's these tlnvs and vour own pre. ioiis self In It for a wesOs or tvvxi nt len-st' De-i'l J "a know tl.ej- ran dreFs jou up out of Slegcl & Hillman'a Banknipt Stock In the urj latest Myle at hf price of an old song look out for the . rowd...

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