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Page 33 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 January 1900

THE -REPTTCLTC: RTTNDXT. JAIOJAKY 28. 1000. tl FINANCIAL FINANCIAL FINANCIAL. STEAMBOATS. 4 IMTCprOT On Savings Deposits; 2 111 I LllLO I On Demand Deposits. I.OVi:iC MISSISSIPPI .HO! FOB HA8GI-GRA? Th. 1.:. la. IV II THOMSON' I'rrs. J r VWllLMIi OM Vice-Pre 1!. 1' i:iU.Kl fash-cr. c I. .Mr.IMIlf.t.. Ass:. Lastner .INT) NICKnUSO.V.u vicp-Pre? W IJ COWKN, IJ Asst, Cashier. II CITY IB HIT OF SI. li CDAUPlv mMm JP Pil rilllllBBQ Sri fl i a && ra s 1 imiivli wlflw'a 3g WWnx &j r ;Nr 5. ri F V 410 Olivo Street, .ME.'IBCPi DIRECT PRIVATE PRINCIPAL ,n t Ucll. .Main 2712. inLEPIIONHS:ikinlK:l A1,3o. ht nnTMiAtnnmnAnu nf nn a u y i uaibu ua v u ghLuuio i Accents accounts of Corporations, Firms and IndiYiduals. Pays interest on daily balances subject to ches'x and on Mm, Makes Investments for estates, widows and other persons. Special attention to the business of women. GRAINS. PROVISSOPJS, STOCKS, Bought and Sold for Cash or Carried nn Margins. Order? expruted in Grain for l.u if...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 34 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 January 1900

TtUO iibiTBLir. sr'OAT, JAXuAkT 28, Tf.OO. SEVEN TIMES AS B18 AS l!!S WIFE. Willie Stout ii Texas-. Now in Si. Louis. 'ci;h- Seven Hun died and Twelve rounds. ONLY TWENTY-ONE YEARS OLD. h. ii lleSicpp "I on die llt-.tr F.iid n1 :i Hoi-m Car in I-ouisiiiu.i tin- Urivpr Went I'p in :lw Air. ' .. Stut '' T. - I l !-. i- 'I"' :. - m..n ta 4wi !! ! I.n. 1. . inly 21 years . -i. .u:il hi' -its i .-. .v. tens 712 pounds. Hl ntcas.it - ro as follows: Height. '. feet; ilmi'i. - I -. -irth. SI Inches; bleeps. IT in.-ln 1 1. v.. i- No. S shoe. No. stovi' aid .1 ; hut. II. w 1.1 turn on a farm In Urniron. T- A ! -iih Ii.- weighed Ui pounds. Win 11 l:i i , month ohi he weighed 4i 'hiuiios. 1 win 11 W years old he weighed .' I . :- lit- h.u been increasing In weigh 1 - tli. ami il he k. cps on training fits h 1- !. ii' 11 w he h.m in the last -.ir 1 at'! .-.n vviifth u thoiisaml poun.i.--. v it 1 .L-ki'l honr he aecountej f-.r tiW -. uu.ht. he slid that he attrlliuie.i I hi- ae.i.1 nature. w i'li...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 January 1900

-K Ninety-Second Year. SUNDAY MORNING, JANUARY 28, 1900. ur roNTI nts ay -run Mov,iNn section or Tin; si niy kkpuhuc auk i-ihtktki i.y vq.-j i a r. rrc.nT.s nKsrnvnn. Price, Five Cents. ?MT W Wk': W tJ P&gfaH - Notable Features . 3 w-JL x - - " J'; so Th3S SectSM- i vqifM ra?? uiiEa ' '''' V"?ii c 11 r f"jr - - . ' -v. r -r ' M Vila "-j L I I Pi - I ; .! 1M1 ill . jt i ".- 1 . a m imwmt wm& n IMF ': mimJWmbm um-m-rfTi'if'T .r-- -CT; ,.-..i.-tTaJ,...-i .;lL"'"-,' 7 1" ' ' - ' , " -,' , i,'''l m-,,18 i" "- JmtU'j3i,l- visa IlfTHAQflfrrr-Difrrir If S3--i R ' S M Dnss in II OK-?i3 ff , . n " M li i Tss55 U, - tvff RF-rrTTATIO,- J '. v r . w saj,, i wmgii MSA iffmAm wrjrax for the suxdat RKrcm-ic. swtrt to ju eio fcfe t uf' uttJ :3r: Rrth Jo7 crow dun. II tlori pal 7. CJ:tl c3 4fcT In 11 kroiJ I f. O Tiica. wtia ouieit not. ibli wtth in- Sortly, ireaUy, peicefully. happUy. lis words oi tilj old hymn -o suns !a St lAiks' Hcsp'.Lal. Nnw York, as tho jialn I4ea 4y i nights that lis ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 36 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 January 1900

X"'' h -r. "J-- TITR iRErUBLTC: KrXDXV. "JANUARY 28. 1000. , ,,.., .jrrfxnmr- -- J W I fe '.--"'" ' " ? "' BAITA5TAP, WIHNEEj Q!? SROOKLYM fjJ LrwfL - yPRTIOM Ht -J J"v-S F WIHHQ2 OF" SUBURBAN .(P? ?. t. 1. . . . r.u. . ... ETMELBERT W1NNEP, OP -REALIZATION 4 AS At fa IS & 4S IS ft i i i ft Dr n. J. Colllno, Turf Htlltor. TTTtTTTCN' FOP. TIIC SUNDAY REPUnUC. The entry list to this star's Brooklyn Handicap the first big turf classic of the reason en the Metropolitan circuit. Includes every Rood horse in training in this coun try, with tbo exception of Bannoekburn and Geyser. the two best horses at San lYanclsco this winter. Bannoekburn is the. horse that finished second to Imp in the Suburban of 'S. He Is without doubt one. of the. greatest handicap horses ever seen on tha American turf. the. best evi dence of this fact being his wonderful race at San Francisco last Saturday, when he stepped a. mllo In 3& under ths crushing Impost of 111 pounds. Instead of belnif taken East f...

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. — 28 January 1900

K. i y 1 V V TTTE RErFTJLTO: SUNDAY. JANUARY 2S. 1000. 3 " A.A A A4V.VeW.VA-SA.A.S A a A A AAA ---,..-,--,.. $ These Photographs of the Prima S -i.Donna.c t Were Made Especially for The Sunday Republic.- t 4MA '.,k. $ e"-o-&c"- .fr vv iV YVONNE DE TREVILLE, PRIMA DONNA SOPRANO, IN NEW CAMERA POSES j M r m.m , i2 Opera Gowns Made in London X eand-jtji r Paris Arc Shown in This - Grouping. o r rfi$ bKy-tSAM V ro V . A r w T 5 NS .F -. A .S! -I'" .4 K b & ? j 0 -t Sf ?t , NW 51 m . - ft v,TJ ? LStWSS 8 16 s r VMl r iv - S?) Zf ? m lW- i ' I -, T- A . -, sU SSs FA cW. r S.W ss?3 v&yw i Sw. ttjx w-- -t4 r & : i. - ! r. .i -. su. si .-. . 'MK- I SIT T. 'WWJSS i ; jk- it t --i k'S? i .r ffif f 'V i ? ' z t h ' -i7 - - z . ! f - - Ji7' J? A &l L r' j i r & -ss ' T IV M Magnificent gowns like the "Elsa" rostxiine are very costly, and there isn't mnch left of. a prima donna's salary after she fits henolf out at the beginning of a poaon for the various roles in hich she...

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. — 28 January 1900

! TTJTC ? nu.3 - - 4V,v$,,,sivsss 1 I .1 - e I' e 1 .- .hi. J Ly the Mooa. 'ti- r n-r rro;Thfeiri3 rTtejr'ie. ' ; n, I- C. Jai.. K Great prep-- making In scientific circlfs the United States snj Europe - . .g tl.e rare f ky spectacle booked -h of May next, when tho moon ' rrc'ly In between the ear1i ard i - a total eclipse. Over th - k .rfiiee affected by the eclipse t s phvsfeal built intervening will i the fuii's light, and over a rnov- t fifty miles broad it will cast ft .ts itr that will sweep across ths t t o rats or slxty-eteht mllei s. t' . r' f r c 1 b e C '- As a t ir'ial ecllps the phenomenon win ),. i iM from beginning to end mi over Jv r- . America and Central America, and o er a i tapper fclice of South, America, as re' i9 over the whole of Europe m ett' Southeastern Russia, and over th e. "-n i irt of Afrba A" a total eclipse li -tin, h- seen along a path f.fty miles tvI ! 'n on the accompanying map. .oni nortb.ea.-t from the west coast or Mv o. travertins the, Mexle-....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 39 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 January 1900

TTTE RTCPIT.LIC: SUNDAY, JAXVARY 28, 1900. TOM, APPRENTICE BOY ABOARD THE GOOD SHIP RICHARD III. O Heroism of a Small Boy With a Great ep .. vP .. ,fi ' By T. Jitlni Hatau f' . T '. 3-.-' "gfflg" ! V The. big Inilamnn Ilichard III was rolling down the trails ona bright morning In Oc tober, twenty days out of Now York, bound for Calcutta. Tlio captain hid Just gone, below to get his wxtant to take his noon flay observation, mid tho mate was s-pilut-lnj and straining tinny at the sun with .in old quailrant that made, tho hr'ght orb of day dance nnd Jump about tho horizon In & moat unaccountable manner. His features were undergoing alarming coniulslons, and liad It r.ot been for tli ample quid of to bacco In !its cheek the man at the whcl might have thuuxht he was trinir to bite on a piece of the Tropic of ('iineer. In fart. l' wcs so engrossed vilth sum unusual tjtronomical feat that the man at the "vhecl took advantage of the opportunity to lilte off a chunk of navv plug and expe...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 40 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 January 1900

6 THE TSTCPTT.LTr: RT'XDAT. JANFATcT 28. TOGO. OUTWAI.D I'.OUND. IT was midmsht dark wlen I launched my lurk "n i wild, tempestuous sea. Toe i.ghtninKS llailitd anJ tl.e wild waves da-ed I u- ,i eds fro.n the foaming lea. 1 ts a f.arful night and no beacon light the waste of water shown. ' wide, wide sweep of the watrs i P. i w.s all alonn It i i rt bclilcd tlie faithful ar.J hlnJ. 1 !e and true of lieait. . .1 ne' Trom tntir clinging loie. v .- h irl. It was liard ti part. ' i! J 1 leaie sui h hcar.s to fir lev v i te fiom ray home aaji' i'mi osen hour of a mighty power i sammons 1 must obey T ' ' -ard the call which must come fa 1 f It bv 2"v que l.er.cd breath, i lie that shot. to return noiinore, i r-ame of that wa was il'ath " ward bound, with a dizzy sound vv ne la my troubled brain i i .way like a ioul astray, i 1 leit that to strive was lain. I r'ti brootflnR of cm grcwsoni thlnjj rkness aiound me spread . . - n id winds roared and tl.e tempests I cd r fury upon mi head thru...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 41 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 January 1900

es 3 nni j f- i-, u i LUG! RIOUS VISAGE OF THE COOK. Trials, Tribulations and Troubles of the Sad-Faced Genius of the Steam-Table. ssi, u TI7TC -REPIT.LTC: SUNDAY. JANUARY 28, TOOO. v f .w --, "TU5 ' Tho Cook !n jv Quick Jseivlce Kestaraat. WRITTEN Fon THE PI MAT ItPri'tU.lo Tlie most wonderful man In all St l.ouls Is tlio coot In a qitc'c. sen It rrstiurant. Ho possesses attributes ami faml.ies that make tho telephone a Mow contrivance, and tho telegraph a re!!.- .if plaice roarh. dajs. Ho has nn ear that is ns receptive as a rhonOETnph plate, and as quick as tho blete or a mule no I altosrrther a wonderful creature. Is this qtilok 5tr!'-n k l! eat. hes orders as they fiv fiiLfi urn o of tiiem or If I does tnik. s a c e, ai l blames the wail-r for eaj'.rs the i ie thins, lie sir i la ifj' Tarlo maa' o 'Mis at llomf ' s T stlo this aril b b bn u a popular so in e cf pasUlm for t. am vt its Humanity it self leans s'rot irlv t . ani tnstr. and tl.9 clever manipulator of parlor mssle n...

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. — 28 January 1900

TTTE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, JANUARY 2S. 1900. BLANCHE WALSH. WHO HAS ENTERED THE FIELD OF TRAGEDY. Particulars About the Actress Now Occupying Fanny Davenport's Place. 8 XtltlTT.N Fiji' riUB SfNDAT KFI'PBUC Blarehe 'Welsh. suoces-.sr to Fanny Ua-xe-tport, has 'he ttsW o: trBy almost to l.erself to .y oa th American stac- Stare ri-.e adop ed Si-iou'a heroines she- has con ceived s - --.fTcnr for facie roles tht tK, . r illv lOiUi f them for yeira to w Tr-a' - I- rq,'.le;tes of a traipsdi , , 3 r ,. ra'e 1 n of a 1 b cei l.lfc-b M Wilih Is fl eet eight inches tall 1 . her a great deal salt- than V'rgb a u Je" - 2"airt liave ' than ' ' who f --s .Nat I v " svaji "J " ' of Mif3 V. u r -i who Is bj no means u. . u talle- tra-i tho Uto Mies n everjbodv supposed o sually tall and taller ii and sinewy Mixing Klllott, e ids ebov her actor ! asband. membered. that Miss Elliott Australia to ta3a the place who, oneo vpon a tim- vsls s !c idlnc UJv When Miss Kl- Nat Goo liott a-" e-i lr Merbourno Ml ...

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. — 28 January 1900

9 - ----- -.. ----- -- --- ----. ----- ---------- ----- ------- .... ---"----"----------' ! PROMINENT ST jr)UILJ!22LILLL WHY T" PLAY GOLF. i They Contend It Is the Most Fascinating and Beneficial of All Forms of Milder Athletic Exercise. I TTTR KEPFBLTC: SUNDAY. JAXHAftY 28. TOGO. v.. --J ( Tel ss. V"nI. - -J ww. I ti kit-iex ron the Sunday itEPUBLie. hy ao people play coif? What Is U e fua la swatting a tiny ball all over a Lie field, getting: excited about It. and waiklrg ca far as from the Mississippi Itiver to tha western city limits la a slnsle afternoon? What Is the reason for It. anyhow? Ir. bo It known that all In tin world that golf consists of. la In batting a tiny gutta percha ball all over 1 '".go lot v.nt'i a queer-shaped stick, or sticks. Scattered about this tii-ld are nine tiny holes, at variojs distant es apart. Thn game is to ' th..-.- titiv gutta percha balls Into thise ho'. - with '. fow strokes ns possible Th- game ii.gsest3 the possibility that It !.- a ero-- b...

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. — 28 January 1900

" no inoo. OI v w si Ij$A B - m fc & v THE "RTCPFBLTr: RrXDAY. JAINTATTC yrt - .it pMcMi ry 'i Iff) s J 0 P ' fr&r " i , 'Jgs&S? . ' "" ' V, t, . ... .yeHl I I -sLs. ft v F i V i n ir j r fvjviv 7 10 fi ' w j n .V, f wyfc V v v. L v. ritteji tor the sukvkt KEPmi ir i Doctor Hobrt J. Hyatt, local rather fnrwast ofilclal. In the one man In St. Lrtuta , tiJio cannot b In th mild weather that Ins been prevailing slnca before Christmas 'he prcmlaa oZ ta open winter In thU sec tion Th reipon Oierfor li founil In th fact that Doctor lljatt la a victim of ths "aver rfi" habit. He will tlk for hour on avernEes." and enjoy it take a posIUo plrasure In lt. Uhat a horrtWe thlnp It In to contenplat the haioo wrought by tho "nveraso" habit 1 And If thfre Is a cold cure tor It, the fact ha-" been kept eecTet "f'h. I don't think St, Ixjuls can afford to illFcharss the coal man yet." ti$ the Doc tor "It In tnia that we nave had only one little sold Fnap so far, and one month of winter U ...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 45 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 28 January 1900

rrrr, uFj'n.Lir- scxdav. .jantauv is. moo. P n t , v 3 ,r ' u?$2ri:j&Z'sV'-?-'i1J W- fflif.t & A WW M t,l 9D MU M ? JM A is. M UA I (3 Vi JF W fW fl - s-,.t.-v.tj' c j- " xj xiaseg --r xni iit na f -rnui ir sir - m-v lw it-rets vsi-v st.- 'sv-.ctr -fix. n , . ai' -- - - s; 'fox. zy -taci x .' vf w i ."TFvror. . ! ,' n.'t nrrrnu( It Wes s. s'.'? i. ulii li: tally -' i. 1 Eloi." Th io .dw .ik wa-" s while, as olabaster. It wn i..wder..i ni'h mgiait :ots flai ed t s. ly ti. it rr that the ef fect was a shimmering, kavery surf a., c, iu eicnTlbably K'.iutiful. I-ady Hetty Duffcrin wore it flist at mo cf Seori;i IVs 1. v.es. II, r poritalt was jalnted In It. A cheri -lippt , uai y-tissed. Insolent-yed beauty was i.jdy Hetty, and h Same, tt was bU. of lus Hoy a I Hlgh uess. Her descendants brought tt to Virginia, .hero It rustled through tuauy a siately minuet over i-oliilu d floors under tu soft light of w txeu candles In s.un.e ana chandelier. It llnally cams into the jsjs-t-ess...

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. — 28 January 1900

12 THE REPUBLIC: SFXBAY, JANUARY 2S. TWO. s 1 HE CAMtRA I N THE KITCHEN TELLS ITS INSTRUCTIVE STORY o o o o o o o o o o o o -d O o o v o o o . o o o o o v e x o s o o c 4 o o o o O o - o o o o x o o o o o o o o o o o o 9 o o o o o e o 0- o o s o o e o o o o o o V i'ir ; "!! ' j n I' 1 A ipful of Cour. m il -u.ir. ;lmtaM t t:ifT. om t:thM on:ii,i. !!' t iii tit h.ilf ;'.i-.nit;!ti" , -HasiiuMiii nl lul .1 iivS iitidi Uii. i. :n i siiiir :i!nl ' -t . ih'ti add 1 1 if Nan, SFONGE CUPS.' Tam. llmir aiul linking potvilT, ilicn tm- l:it'ii wiiilv :iiiI llu'll tlio Imt u:i tT. Kill Miiiill tcn iii tun thirds full ntth 111" li.m.-r :uid li:ikp in a lii'drra'i' ov-ii. WhiMi iHM niul -iil. -ut titf :i vti,- from tlio tojis and st-nop out a woll, . v. ; i. Ii till vi itli a sinf ul f luiUcd "s ' i;ini. untl thn sc-attor aanfl'l vtii-rrios i'it tl.e tops. r.nkrtl Cut:ird Iloat tliroo rss with two tjilili-spoons of susar till woll frnihoil. thru iiild one pint .f milk nuil :i few dni.s o( v:inil...

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. — 28 January 1900

urr 2s. inno. 13 From It Comes Many of the Woes of Stories of Old and New Times Wherein Chance Has Been the Guiding Influence. Mankind; and It Has Ever Been Thus. TITH TJTCPTTJLTf1- SUNDAY. J A "NT. 1 1 A L JfJTk 11 1 JL O j 1 ! 1 0 I U" i I xrrnTnrr tor tub srrrr t nnrTTije Ever since Hve risked the Immaculacy of jaanktr.d In a. gatre where an bit' ai Use stake- and lost men have been gam- bllrg It 1 R part o' the nature cf man kind era the chancre are that h'n Ua brt! blows his trumpet on the last day X fcet will bo made br the. last surviving rr-e.o'ber cf the race ns to how many t ants lie will blow before everjbdj" Is At least tint Is the iray gome people have tf looking ct It Nona of the Adams who are now lh,1nc l-i M I-ouls can slve direct testimony as to tho excitement that attended the earn that Eve plajed, and possibly no out now I.'re ulll be present to art as referot In the matter of the last hreat gams of chains that Is predicted Itut there ara nm here who can tell good...

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. — 28 January 1900

14 titr reht.uc: srxmv. .TAxrAir. . moo. Tr lal ,xT"iTOOn.tcir'"-Tb IlcndAr n-artllo. I a-, Jan. VZr-To the house of Worth, 1" U e Hue do H I'aix. ono Quite- natur- 0 'j (-1 ns when looking for the very vovrf" and mot fetching g.i.-nis. There ore . - ,er establishments wuero the twist baunful of costumes are' "created," hut t'-e American has to long beeti fnn:!liur wnh Hie namo of Worth that ho iiuds h rrs.'l'-ir herself, as the- case may bo 'or . qUtc at home In the cieat If -ne starts out In Paris with the ji,. n In her mind of -what shall 1 TT031- in the afternoon?" and t,oes to 1 rth's for an answer the amy find hnely gowns nuil bodices such as I ime fc, ' !.. .1 gjlore. i'I'O ti-ht that particularly attracted n- eve. one day this week, was a roo-t ca-efully fashioned sown of iKWUnan's J sue Tills new blue s almost exactly 1 ke th shade that '- f-uilly callisl (.tf-r ! li.o. 1110 nil's ,f tY particular ! are severe, hut , - -v -"v Of.Siv .'r-aT' ,' 1 . . -. - 1 -- 1 Til't ' . I ...

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. — 29 January 1900

THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC. " ' ' - i .. , " "" "' "" "'" ' ' ' " . a , w A 9 ...t - 4w r rmrt kTNETY-SECOND YEAK 4 CHICAGO SEWAGE IS EXPECTED TO-DAY. ST. LOUIS. MO., MONDAY. .JAXUAItY 2!). IJKM). 1 L ICE sg;, : ';-Sf """ V f I ! V ffime When It Should Ucach Hen: Not Definitely Known, hut .Watchers -re on the Lookout. flUEER FOAM ON THE RIVER. Illinois Phoro Woio a Frosted riinge Yetonlay, but This Was 2sot From the Canal Dr. Harold's, Views. Ir-ttrdav all dap lo .jr. a huge vr'iltc f Ix-tamo cloly bussed the Illinois slior. I. hi. in to injk lt appearance early In :! la. ami as the lianrs passed It btcw r-atr In quantit At llrst It was ljut a hin white frill to tbe dark river bauV. Br jioon It lud come to bo a deep embroidery. Pv S o'llcik this -mbroid rv bad pttd far rjt frcra the fchore. and swirled and rwajid lazily In the carrent. It could be flalnly dtstlnitshcd from the Missouri phnr. and front that point It looked like a Uukc frill of paper and cloth sewed onto t'n heavier. d.-i...

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. — 29 January 1900

THE 1SEPFBLIC: MONDAY. JANUATtY 29, 1000. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. I.OCAT. AND SrlTriMlAN. Thft -.-called alliance U'twecn Mayor Zlegenbeln and Colonel Kerens Is proving unsatisfactory to the former, vvho-c own prospects of gain an- growing steadily les-. Kioi tits expectation of muv.. ding hiin-eir 1 thri-.itcncd. Colonel AV P. Howard, who di.d -sinliirnly SaUii-d ..v n'ght. will he Lined to-.ly The funenl will take place at the family resi de" e T e tifih annual convention of I he Pro Cre!v .Hrler of tho "West,. flourishing 1I-br-w- fiat-rnal organization. iTgan y.trr .inv A- a rrt.nt of a hunting trip liy five Ktrk- w... i .f Fred n- iio-a m- shot m me .., - . 1 1' -.,--. Ken llause t under nrre-t. . .1 iii.i ting of the Trades and I-almr I n w i .... announce! that sWrtmakers .. rt.iri7'd. neolatln rigarding sv- rmp t 1 ir.d and Irrigation were adopt !. i-i w -Titi.-ta annual men-ling of the Hc l.r w Industrial School was he'd The ins'l t ji n was in to b- in a proiwrwiw "- l).t-...

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. — 29 January 1900

ttte Rrcrrr.Lir: 310XDAW .tamtajjv 20,1000. $ k V 1 ) J Lecture on SGiEKGE CORNER GRAPID AND FIMfJEY AVES., fiOVSEGE SALE OF TICKETS ST IE00 OLSVs ST81ET. DOCTOR TALHAGE ON UNSEEN HEROISM. His Si-rmon at Coinpion Avonui' l,i---iti'riaii t'limvh on 1 n.ippiei'iaietl Services. GARRISON DUTY OF LIFE. Jlipial I!iv;iid-. for Tlm-i Who j W.itili ami Tho-i Win. liht St-ri in Arronlintr to Ahilin. The Reverend Hector T. De Witt TulitMsn of Wasl.lnittcn, l C. preached to a larsn ait-hcn..-. l.ut night at rouiptoit Aicmio l'resbv tonan Churcli His suhje. t was "I niippreciated Seniccs." Ho na to baxe I rea. lied his s-ermon !n the morninc at tin Second Presbyterian Ctiurch. but at. he was only Rolnp 10 pre-ich one sermon It was de cided to have It In the eienln-. when more Ioplo would have an opportunity to hear hlm- UN text was taken from I Samuel. verse. -4 to 30 "As Ids pirt is that soeth down to bit tie. so hiiall his i-axt lie U1.1t tarrleth liv the stuff ' He said "If ou hue. uncr been ...

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. — 29 January 1900

THE TiEPt'r.LTC: MOXTAY. JAXUAT5Y 20. WOO. FAST BOXING BOUTS BETWEEN AMATEURS, Three IVcisive Knockouts :.t Hie SI. Louis Kowiiij: Club's . ecoii'l la$;. JACK JOACHIM IN RARE FOR. l".itr Oa.Miian Finished J. Sindhr in Two Wounds Ilonpt Slopped Z.iI;or, While Rotblw Fin ishcd Henncr. r. r hours vez, t i.."tire of tl. Homins: Club's e' .'t the boat- !--t of Chouteau aM'ue yesterday. i-S capacity of tn- b'z bcathouse i , lax 1 M M utmost t.i accommodate t ( i .1. whl.-h enjojed so- io of the best s r 't ei er seer. : t an amateur boxlns show. ...'. leiters, the Smith St. Lo'-Ugr'-ii. !ght boxer, made his debut In ' ran r.t (fa rcferw, at d t..s declsl. : U-io K. -.. lal satisfaition John Wallrs: - v ,i-i i.i' of crromonU-s. white Frai.U K r wrs offlclil t mekeeper T r. o of tho bouts resUte I In knock -- . - ' '. 5 f ature bout of the pri-cramim-he.ei Jack Joachim olid Joe SiruUer only n tin) rounds. Joichlm entered the i . . : .-. a la the pink of condition ar.d F n i, opponent, a dtn...

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