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Page 29 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THIS REPUBLIC: ST'XD'AY. JANUARY 21, 1000. I- i i Results Fatally in Nine Gases Out of Ten A Cure Found at Last. poison in the blood, circulating throughout the system, and although the sure or ulcer known as tho Cancer mav be cut away, the poison remains in the blxd, and promptly breaks out afresh", with renewed violence. The wonderful success of S. S. R. in curing obstinnte. deep-wared blood di-eaes which were considered incurable, induced a (ew de spairing sufTerers to try it for Cancer, after exhausting the .-kill of the physicians without a cure. Much lo their delight S. S. S. proved equal to the disea-e and promptly effected a cure. The glad news spread rapidly, and it was soon demonstrated heynnil doubt that a cure had at la-t been found for deadly Cancer. Evidence has aecu mi:!;ited which is incontrovertible, of which the following is a sp-viinon : Cancer is hereditary in our family, my father a. filler ami an aunt having died from this dreadful divas-. My fet'lins may le im...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 30 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE IvEPUBLrC: ST'XDAY. JANUARY 21, TOOO. FRATERNAL SOCIETIES INSTALLING OFFICERS. i.odui. mi-:i:tin;. aije LARnciA" .Tn:xii:i). l,un Tniiiatioii!- and AppluMtion Ale Koported Tlie iy. Arcanum. ... K.fcent A S IJofcinion and t' ;raud of tbe Koval Arcanqm will hsm1 oSloial t iv. wree-k o follow a Tuet-Jav, to luai-u . ,1 .MisiatM Iv North En oon il. U da-, to Nurtb I-nd Couth, il. ccompanlel I.. . i. rcuadl , Liver .-ouocd elected the- Ml wins "B'l- j t rwaUUw lust. Jl J 5M1'C a'- ' Ji I' Viernow. reent I'lulip J la-hn- m resm. Joseph M JLllillan. orator. r t B Cbalfe--. last regmt. M f". Vir- n - i-etao. Jla ai5HU colk-cwr. John i. 1 ireucm-. Cart L It-van ctiantarn, U. - wis. fiutiit-. John llou-h-son. wasai-n. 'n A MeXramcv untrv Joba K. Lane. William O Thomas. Pou.r Jl J Mi K I . Dave t -.a Vtnncil sav a comphmentarv etner- a v in connection vim It- Installation at , a llaU which a fllleu t oversowing .ramme cowUf-d a P00 f""!o b - Miule Classen. a.luM. by "rand lUtjctu l. ..nson...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 31 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE KEPrBLTC: Sl'XDAY. .TAM'AKi7 21. 11)00. 1 k. r FINANCIAL. i MSvmw mmt HO Olivo Street, .ur MliLKS . '..kk IdlEIV -JIM IV Iil II 111. I.. . ' m:m in:iv ioiion i:tn (.i . mc w.o i ) u i:t ii vm.i: v.iiiK-.i(.o jio.xiiii or TRADE. DIRECT PRIVATE CiRES TO ALL PRINCIPAL MARKETS. igal m'm and bonds. .... rmmvrc t Bell, .Main 2712. ItLnPH()Nhb:IvinIocllf AH56e rutin I viwi l nuiimnw fit vt 8 nine ..lull I Obi yUiiipdli j Ul u I. LUUab Accents aQTJits of Oworat'Qis, Firm and individuals. Pap interest 01 dailf balaicss siibjsst to riissk and on lima. Makes ry33.rnei.s for estates, w;d:ws and other persons. Special attention to the busings; ol womsn, iv. i.r.i Am 1.1m. . A,. V & s r leittlmorv A. Ohio. l. I'M Itklin l!il Tr... e-flllral of X. J. . ")i.-.-. . O'll c. It. a (.' .. . Odea CO '.!. VI. -st-Iv-v I'M "A"... Do .M "Ii" V. M A Si Paul '.. It. I A. I'ao .. - C . A SI I .VI... ISid .V Iron CnsolM it.-d (las.. C. ni. T..bl.co .. Dlv I'M P. 1 Hudson. .. D-mr x nio : . ifc. pi.i F ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 32 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUARY 21, 1000. SITU A 1 IONS AND HELP WAN! o NC&V ipn STEAMSHIPS. JAPAN-CHINA IMVtl.i ill ' Ajtillr Millf I 0-tideijT.ii A i.'n:.I S -" -nd trifntat .w S i Ft- tr '. Kiutw i. . Rons-k.nic. 1 ' in Jantiart '4. I ' ri . 1 U un 1. X.rp l :. I l.ii.'f . ir i it.- fre .;!n : pus . -t .J w I R fMnn-ltj jc' , CI Oiie. - R. Aiir, net . i.'. OUe. im-r- TTl or lttMK nnd N ERR ASK V. i tjux ! m:vki:i:i rot Ram kp.iti-u. fun" . t.ius !- a M- Thtm oih-t m.m. r KvnH"'. it uv I-nd ' v .Mf 11 r h : iu.v. a. . i:xk c. -urk, in SITUATIONS WANTED-FEMALE. Tht m for Five rv-i. I' h AJJitiini 1-ne. Five Cnt Kttri. "1?ii:k shim ft r.-!v iv Li:K U. A. ltUtIt' K Sitiiati-r at .kW an. I f . r liu. hk Sttt-;i;. vaptf-i j- c-,-U. prHt fm : I ar-Hri jotiw. IJ Krank!m a.--. :: -Pinuit.on iv i .ui'l- :rniai ,lrl si:l wi-eh j4-.- 'ns; ftt i fttii. "jii intM aft m-Hja t-r M . i- .', J1.- ;.. il rti-r rimi ' i v, rr.in ti .t pula c.ikinc nil n-nenl t!It:ssMAKKt -OrrTlirt want- -i-lnj; .!...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TITE REPl'DLTP: SUNDAY. JANUAKY 21. 1900. ROOMS, BOARD, FLA 1 5, ma 9 Ei a K V. ft N ROOMS FOR RENT. Three Line fur Flv Cent Tch Additional Lla-. Five Cent Extr. ALL desiring nl e comfortah e nxm 3-V it cUv SI 3. a week up White Hou-e. -a tones carter Ninth and Pine, rtrlct.y fl" I -cI- RMSTROG Vie . I34 Half FbKk From Park. Opposite Lafavctte Park Three r four lovely nxoms for llcht hotr-ekeepmz. on t-econ I floor, nil conr."Ctii?c9. hot nd cold alrr, s-outh-m xposure "BEALMONTC?iN Twofl-t're- mfurnlabed nwHTCT. iitBt floor. Iibt and air. references ie qmred. RCLL Aw . 3114 Two elegmtlv furn.-hcd fmnt ro.u. ma, bath, furnace heat j-tiit.tnien on- rpfrrnrt required IERXRI st 3:37 Neatlv firni-h-d fr nt room, aim two troa 11 rooms, all r nveniences. at y ur own price, gentlemen or Ifr-uy-r-keeptn... rilOADWAY. T7 S.Neatly furnished rooni; lady or centle-nan. RROAHtt Y itf X U th? "Rr-: " S roomi Cat , Id rooms 5c, 19 rooms 50c per Jay PRO VPWAY 19 s X.c-Iy I tirolhed room en Iirt tir...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE "REPFBLIC: SFXDAY, JANFAKY 21, inoo. 10 PERSONAL NEEDS. pm rn OI.IJ CI.OTHI.NO Itltt'RUT. TTi:.NTI-N !IlBli.t !'! :-.M for ls,. U .n i.ri!t t-iiti-ttm;. i'i". " ' 'is. -: ( it temi Jttai V. Ktur IIJI I IIIUIIIT eairfi price p.iM f r 1 . '.rs. ard s-n' att-.rf cl.lhltw; aW .ir- t ., r,r truj , , ll 10 J. -Miller. - Walnu it iN )1"1 III s. AGENTS' RENT LISTS. REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. MONEY TO LOAN. MQMT ACER (OP RENT FOR AND a AH F nUk EDUCATIONAL. in s:m:.s tuM.o;i:i. E. G- ROWSE, 800 Chestnut St. ll rtif :-ib -mi irr'-.n. Jr. .v pi. Jr Ji 1 J . N ..I.. ( '111.. IM ' l.uia.. .4r . '.'. ..I. ... Kl. ITS AMI HdinlS. 71 ' X. Jeffer-win, a- J'- J- -' 'ii Ir. r rd and y n- .. ' l - li'.-Ki.n 'i jf.Vt.n. M :.. N T! r.i. I :n. ia. f - s wh :r . , jk.i. . i'. . 2 uu p.pi'r -t . . : Merman. ".:. Ill-" i ' ' i '.i.i . ( t-t.. -r. a f- i ' ' nc. rm.. ti to i.i . it net,- m vi. .11 11. ben. Sr. itt.... ! -"". s M'ii. .r. 11. Mju'miw. ST. Sfl- 15 HT M.-ntK. n'. n Jr. . - Krankltn. Sr. M. 10 t 1"...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

rp PITE "RRPlT.Lir: ST'XPAY, JAXFATIY 21. TOOO. 11 K SUSIMESS NEEDS. I'KlWl.Nx.. I.I" INI..s r 1 J! ,r 1 1 1. I Hi. I -I it rv-rit-. i i i. i i I rt . I'll iTIK4!TT -', 'r. t or t.. tl . uir prlutltlK. nan u'i t.i.i!. FH..J .ik ;:..;ii: o. n : Tin "on m--. s- i-i-t're tnini.r.. : x rourta f-t 1 ire ".Hr . tvia. Job oik. tsliuUir prlca-, af I f. t MU' i 1. -. i xx STK'XK or7l. and J' b Printers. ; H s TV J -' lairal Diana-: aed lr a Tff-tf'-lu "VI Alain 117. MrniM:uv I'uii -i.i- lMI.J-r-. urniKht. 1 to h r-e. h..rlz.intal. r.ary !' 1'tt.t Kraiktr. 7" S. .- .'titli ! EXi.INKS. from S h.- to W. a 10 rump. Tut.. Km. ker. 733 S Si-.en1h-at "Mnnilt. iv 'iot r a . taort n , cu.iriULil iiarfe t 1 C fl. -.e HWIXO lrrr-n I .Air vb-rervom e will t-a.e a full line of all kind- of ma. bine r. rub la and leather ta-It't-r fiest. puilie-s vliaflins. lain. tiaf-.-. raliatiss, pipe, pel "I nil kinds. matuU. -l-al and mre r,.ra XV. ha.e lot of ... nment 111-. n-sion .-..TV tailsiulir.v ana 1 .1 . f p...

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Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

THE REPTTiLTC: Sl'SDAY. .TAXT'AR- 2i. TOOO. BUSY WEEK FOR WORLD'S FAIR MEN, Jhe-y Are Working to Complete Preparations for the Conres sional Appropriation. r:i T,: Cl..,.nn,i,...m !!,.. rr23 ise mm ever received a ,. & mppbU uuiii iibvr I Uift ALL FEEL SURE OF SUCCESS. in j1. . TTO w m. . nmiiril U a,a s -'fl-a a u & ss, jchuuij iu. ..y Local Kecanvnss Is Steadily Pro ceeding and Keflects the Awak ening of Public Interest Subscriptions. rwo wee c' -t:r, ' V- fs&S ss rT JViMrnfrnTTWri F I ' l liiii i ' i m iiipi iii'iiiiiiih ii m.n -m i iniiiiiinwiiin ii i i II irrrrn T "i i ii ii 1 inn nnnnrm "" 1 1 11 . .- , ., , i n nn i ""WA- "- 1r!''--llT"TTTfTvfil rr2 T ii n i . !- i ..- , iiniiiMiitfi-- ii --- ' ii- i nimwrjjM . . ,... . - .--.- ...... t...-fc Jifi;mMj,--n,m w.m.--t "iTTt'i ! ri"i laiijrT-- jjri", j- T-.r Mi'.tS '-. 17 sT 157 n XT TTT X& 111 IfiIv rw a Cliffy iloi M J Mi V Jj? io xU? $J&. Mj& M MMJv4 SI kM. s sr i & . h, . 1 rraiu loaa 01 cojw of on...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 37 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

C 13 & 1 1 I i osS:. Ninety-Second Year. Tin: rovrrxTs or ti SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 21, 1900 iu MAOAgiNi; si . Tiny or tiii: si xday uliti.m,- AI,,; vwm , Tl ur ,owl!,Uim AUU v'1Gurs nrsnr.vr.n. cits r r- c v r ?n' -! c'- T. ..rife ,? &, SfJk A JLi 1 JL A ifcJJ J. Jl - T --- TT i-Bz-B ,i . cfX P w HftU'i.J' .- .vi o j I J U , . i B . N r ., i ft'-w tWsf. ,. R i V -t i u r ' m 1 1 t t w i . i ki i if , rj iw.i , n l it si V . j y. i a w 9i i i h i va" i. u ai-tfz 3l -v, v-'g 5 v ' s:a - - " r - yva. - ci '!! i 7' . . I, V . '? K - i j - --' .. - f - r -,r .7 A - Tr- --.a a l r . J K " Vr-ri I L; 3 C . " .V, ' T. , s, , , - , 1ABJ f J AM i B 1 7 f-fi'A"Iir,7 TTTT U lci- v--v-iviLy j i rii WCJ 1 JL l 1 1 N OD NSv lr F c; ) f) ( rtr-5 T5sx 7irk tV T'TsSft tT) tr t t m iv. 3RM X H C-l i r4.V liT -c- jTMi Jj lFN A ,' vs SCHEME BPfoi Sv Tpl " " fS3 TYx MF K5i?s, XM Q M V 5:: ti iv. L v amAsarM A MUT . ?YJ194 fIVkl I ' l .1 j THE ST. LOUIS I rfca "parr w e? pes. II1 y LiirtK'. 'l -...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 38 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TUT5 KEPTrRUC: SCXD'AT. JANUARY 21, WOO. PHOTOGRAPHS THAT ARE RICH IN SUGGESTION FOR EXPOSITION ARCHITECTURE. P jj Continued From Tnco Oo, before: hu Mr xnni'c h-vd a. h'rJthy ef fect upon th p-nctic of the architectural profession In te t'rited States. as It et ether tmbltio- s clrifttnn to thinking out new i roblems on the application of old forma to new 12e3. So American archlt -c-ture grew progress' v e. Itlchardsoa was its Uerrlnh. Spanish architect!:---, which presents Itself as ft practical solution of the schemo roost adapted to th-j :-t !. i's rMoMUon, m , taken up by Mr Itlchardson, and tho Ca- th-dral at fcalanan. a 1 in u-h ) t.ie inspire- tlon for ti splendid Trinity Church of Bos. j ton. Another ex.unpie of the application cf J Brinish forms ord details to a great Amerl can building 1 that rf the Cathedral of j Ger&Ida. tt Sev Lie. w hi. b w as almost copied In some of Its moro Important lcatures rotablj the campanill. in tho Madison Square Garden. In New York City...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

8 ...QUID MBERLAIN... His Fame Will Be Like a Masquerade of the s The Real Head of the Government, Says Ouida, Carnival, With Its Trumpeting of Fools. Is Full of "Madness for False Greatness." TTTE "RErrTJTJP: STNTDAT. -TAXrAKY 21, IflOO. A f itr o UIDA. A few years ago. at tho moment when Mr. Chamberlain, having lef the Liberal party, was being adored by the Conservative', I met lilm In cno of tho palaces of Belgravo square. Ho was standing surrounJed by tho most beautiful and elegant of tho ladles of the aristocracy, who offered their homage to him as th greatest of men. It was a rather strange spectacle, and 1 Imagine Chamberlain, conscious why It mi Riven, did not enjoy It immensely, and I laughed not a little. Ills physiognomy betrayed Ills character. It is net distinguished, but It Is full of energy. Intelligence end ostentation. It Is the f.ico of a merchant, not of a statesman; of a prudent rr ron, not of an Intellectual one. The eternal monocle at hi? cyo serves to hldo tha...

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. — 21 January 1900

( i Ezpi. ONE PHASE OF THE MODERN LION HUNT IN LARGE CITIES. 'iff A .? A& -nySP&FK J7A "Z7" I " ' y J ' ' f t ' L li A X 'J fl ' w ft x if w y WRnvjis- ron Tnn ktchat 7tnrtni.ic. Srene The white nnd gnlJ draw Ins-room ' the Golro mansion. A banjo Land Is ilnff "Til I.oa-. My Happy Horn for iel" ln "Btn"- tic The end of th XInctfenth or th nlus of tha Twentieth Century. Klther who did Alans Tch.o-3 rf ti,0 drama Thp smart tn ar.a mountains' society jieofla strncKlInR anthori. Jn the tr- P00'- ctor freaks, saltern and 3 nsnts the silvery one Is talking at onco. The hwi-'j j- ia convcrslnc with ilr. Ucttem, who Is man aging the salon. Mrs. Go'.rot (nen-ously): Well. I flatter Comparative Strength of tie Coateading Amies ia Six flUSTERLITZ 1505 FRENCH, AUSTRIANS, FRENCH AUSTRIAN T0.WJ. tl.Wi. LO.S, LOSis . inooo. fa,cn. A T Percent SlPerCeat ?JSr rs n i) . f V'Ai- V. .. -J. 3Jfr-'--Xi! .5f oe v o ti myself that there Is net much talent loose In New York to-night! Mr. Grttem: No....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TTIiJTCEFUBLTC: SUNDAY. JANUARY 21,1000. was A .V aVMmi' i,J ' I I 'VVI'sVV. . ' :-. "V4Z IB 1" Ti i i -,i m I -o - - " -. C- -m. -r.Sl v. flitHf i-7; -MrM WMTWiM immm7m- -tagBBBfi1 -' . .' BrxlJJ MU a, ? waras-BSissa sht'vbbiss: srr Q ' jmTr v V vrnrrrm ron the srxnw i.i:i rnun Tho center of tho wliolo st4rm of con troversy as to whether wo ar in the last j ear of the Nineteenth Cnturj. or the first year of the Twentieth Century. is nt Clay ton, thn count- seat of St. Louis County. And the center of the center of the torm Is in the oiiice of Peter Kerth. Sheriff of Bt. Louis Count Not that Sheriff I'eter Kerth N pivot upon which tho disru-ton I (entered He Is not. The SherilT is claimed liy hoth rides; and the amount of contending that lie does Is only sufficient to keep the dis cussion coins. Tor the Sheriff dearly loves to listen to and watch an argument. There are two well-organized sides to the icu-sion of tho question of what eenturr we are In at Cliyton. At the head of the er...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

6 THE REPUBLIC: SUXDAY. JAlfUAEY 21. 1000. "NO GOOD TER DB COUNTRY." Dey tells mo I don1! 'mount tor nuttln.'. I knows dat I Gray en I or. En oniehow my J'int3 Is tedious, en that w'en de win" Mow In' col", "In do wayl" go dey say so dey tclH mo: dey alius a-treatln" mo bad: "I des ain't no good ter da countrj 1" But I done give It all dat 1 bad! Eei en sons VI ul guv'mlnt (Tint. Gone whar de busies blow; En some Mill ll;,-b.t-r do battles. En sonio whor" do xvll' crass Brow! Dey por.o to do nar Via do Spaniels what time dey viuz tahln" on k . My prop en my stay. tlev vvi.t marcUn' ana?, en 'muz mo eVjt iusl lu'- 'U!U ter go! Sly oV ejes mil rainy Cat inaunlu', but do heart what wv.i lu mo wuz clad. I dca ain't no gooel ter do country, bat I done give- It all dat I had! Ss-vea sona id gm'mlnt Bun's iono whar' de bugle-s blow; En e-me still thrhtin' do battle'. En some what do wli' Brass grow! Some day do tv.irs'll b over, n d boys'll coaio home Turn do t slit. En I reckon dey"!! say...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 43 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

A. WHEN 4 wis Ml W t7 BIS ."WRITTEN roRTncsr:nY REPl RI ' It takes a man with a good numurv many sears on his shoulders to mnc i. i i the time when St Lcuis nua "wil , i town when gambling was one of the 1. ' mato tports, an J when gambling In -a were regularly-recognized busiuc-s 1 i- s That was in the days when James Mi I . tiugh was Chief of l'ollt'. and v ' u laut'-nco Ilarngan as "ni. f of lt t. n,-, It was before James ampueli had be n o a Member of the force, and betoro illi u i Desmond had worn his star for the nr-t time. It was when the !ii hotitil.it of the cil was at OraiiJ Avenue, a 1 i was Just after the urand Duke Alexis i '. Russia, had come to St Lou:-, and g. -w to Kansas fir a butTalo huut on the plains of the far West,' that the raids wero begun which finally resulted in the closing of t!ia gambling houf One of tho men who took part In tbte raids is Frank Watkins, v. bo had come to HI. Louis frum the eastern part cf the btate two or three years befure. W.-itklns, ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 44 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

ey t kt a son TV' n do de i. des I ey Ft 111 y p- a te ol It dva i me d i I r u u .t I de ho v. El' -Frai II0 ) joi. A tal e pur e hit kl: e blL e bn d ha so. -at is you d tol id mi .ro a in h id st In li thi 1 JOU 1. tilt r th e om mbol d W bl id ha S'. at U Til US 1 Hill i prl My imlt l.cal hot J u y II fon nk c 1 d ne re mini 1. 1m nble t tha thr s mi m th I: Is ny w mucl rhooil o rni. ; lndi natu 5T4th ngcro vancc s bet the "n nf for' 'ore t o we mill 'Some pers re ma this mblm enuo nt. j any s tied 1 f for mage -maid res li -colat rink 1D13 erdld (.he i st of t tho pec la In l o at d com ilch t turned The jcre 1" - to jldlic ' pert ed t. Trtigh JUng This r lis. m tl 2JS k JU! lined, JOU im th ;n of song his g as! V hink I cnoi e Fub. ore .Uh tl rapa -11 kls Sub 8 tf srairrns- ron thr st-kday nnrunua ' Xm woman new may dare and do. I Ana wield the vni and Eavti: I But tha 013 nun still must foot ths Mil. I Ana krtp on ecratchlrir rravet " While the Portias or h'slory have been e...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TVniTTEN FOR 1iI3 ."VT r i . fi.MC?. Too Reverend "la." is 11 . -. i. tv..:.gol 1st. thinks na evangelist ear..s every tat of the ealary that he gtts. ilr. llarri-on has l"cn holdins a. nvUal at Centenary Methodist Church lor two weeks. lie cts IK per week and his expenses ct the l'lanter? Hotel. "And that Is little eooueh Tor tho work." te saa. Mr. Harrison holds one Bcrvlco a day. Ho also does much isittcc. much receiving, and a great deal of studying. "I have to study as hard now as I did the first year I began preaching." ho sa s. "Bvcn when I have a tet that I have preached on a hundred Unit , I havo to tudy. I havo to map out my strmon, se lect the hyinns, and arrai ge the w !iule ser vice so that ono part a! it will lw In keep Ins with all the other parts of it." Mr. Harrison does not think an e-aneellst can haio hor-J of a very lo.i lu"e. He de clares that the work Is very trjing. and cites tho fact that Sam Jui.es has broken down under xho atrain, and that liuicht L. Moody ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 46 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 21 January 1900

TITTC -REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY 21. 1000. FRANK G. CARPENTER, GLMMlQnlgoSiHi WAY to PHILIPPINES. --THE REPUBLIC WILL PUBLISH HIS LETTERS FROM THE FAR EAST.s&s- 10 Within the next ffiv weeks The Kepubllo will begin the publication of a feries of let ter", from the Philippine-, and the- Tar East b. Frank . Carpenter. J! r. Carpenter has e ' iv left San Fianctsco for Japan, lie mi ' s'op there for a few days and will then p. '' rapldlv on for the Philippines, where, he e' ' remain for tho creator part of the . i- traveling from Island to Island and ;' s a graphic description of tho cmin- re:-ources. the people both filvng r "iilized their curious customs and all t' t 'hom. "- ari-en'er has Ions: been noted for J- ' irn'H ns a correspondent, lie lielleves 1 . jiisr the truth, nnd hl letters wHl de- ocr'be things Just he finds them without 1 1 i' i -I bias In fjor of any policy or trip Is raad rn1-1 for Information. e will rpnre neither expense r.or to cot at tl e truh He coes armd ...

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. — 21 January 1900

li HAS HE HARNESSED THE SUN'S RAYS? ft Letters Patent Have Been Granted to Doctor William Calver of Washington, D. C on an In vention Which May Revolutionize Existing Systems of Obtaining Power. THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JAXUAFvY 21. 1000. - i. r 1 . 'v; '. "r z -c, I - -- J IN ONE OF THESE PICTURES, WHICH ARE FROM PHOTOGRAPHS TAKEN FOR THE SUNDAY REPUBLIC, DR. CALVER IS SHOWN STANDING BY ONE OF THE EXPERIMENTAL HELIO MOTORS, OF WHIGH SEVERAL ARE SHOWN IN THE GENERAL VIEW OF THE INVENTOR'S LABORATORY THE UPPER PICTURE IS OF DR. CALVER SETTING FIRE TO FROZEN WOOD BY MEANS OF THE CONCENTRATION OF REFLECTED SUN RAYS. . & & j. Tha writer alighted about 3 o'clock tha coxt morning at tha end of tho North Capitol street car Una. Following direct!' ti3 ha made hl3 tiay up a high hill to the right and passed around behind a largo mansion and found himself confronted by a board fenco some ten or twelio feet In height. This inclosed a lut about half- on iliu la extent. Tho mornlnff was col...

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. — 21 January 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. JANUARY 21. 1000. 12 & o o o ..HOW DESSERTS, SALADS AND ENTREES ARE PREPARED AND HOW THEY SHOULD LOOK. s o o o Leo o o ''0',', oit''' o w-jumii i.HmiMMMJ.JW if ! I it MACARONI Boll the macaroni In sllclitly salted water until perfectly tender, then chop raUier eoar.sely. Have nicely tnasieil bread buttered. Prepare a tomato sauce nf one can of tomatoes one Wade of mace, mi cloves 0:10 bay loaf. 0110 small onion sliced, boll twenty minute.-., strain add to Uio Juice two tables-poonfuk vinegar, one tablespoonful butter. Milt a nd pepper to suit, and w hen hot add ono largo tablespoouful cornstarch. Place macaroni on toast, pour over tomato Baueo and eprlnUo over eorao grated Parmesan cheese. Serve hot for breakfast or luncheon. - n?.' . mmFrr 8-v Js'PW4 s""" TENDERLOINS WITH APPLES. Date pork tenderloins In n pan In moderate oven, dlpplne them In melted butter, seasoning with pepper, salt and adding a FprinUIniK of sase over each piece; add cold water to Just...

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