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Page 35 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 February 1900

V V. NINETY-SECOND YEAR. -( s 1 i R till ti" ! i? S'-'Vavn 7 ttwTa'BBcnsr:rK: h.j - v ; ' y f i T ijiifSjgF-aggst?;!: 3i5S5 hLEI4rtTOl STUDIOvJl vrmvnzx ron t3 sttnijat hei3bijp. la da rush c: work which ti barfa Uimi bars m2 for Uism. th9 biographers of 2ac!aaS hAT tot tha TfOrtd welt Tor tho !!f ilonr of Dorotlij- DD-, ths ccsibrald arUsV tnoAeU who pas from obecsrlly to thi Leond a few rec!:s to. 37 tJ-o ty. whn thy htve recorfied tha rtnw, sua cordnnd the 5ault, oj tha men ts'-o have f: 1 en In tittle, they will tell, end retell, oil they can lim or thi k"T-a Ufa of Oie woiran who helped lo r a& SI- Frederick L-Jchton presulent of vv I'.jal Acdem . rnj In aolr.g so, unwlt- -j? y nicrlllctd. Crv, her boauty. tnea her e 'or twenty ytxrs, almost, tha world has -' ii.d this prctlcaily unknown mm m, tlTuujrh th- c:ir.vases en which tha 4.raiit cf modem Kig.Ish artists tried to ri-p-o.'u'-a tha woneri of her beauty. Jea3-'--.j cf her because of the rlchm'S of her charms, the Kroal...

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. — 18 February 1900

THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. FEBRUARY 18. 1900. FERRARIS WILL PAINT THE PORTRAIT OF A ST. LOUIS LADY, NOW DECEASED SOMETHING OF THE MAN, HIS WORK AND THIS COMMISSION IN PARTICULAR. t.-kt:i em rem rrcc rrsrrvr HBiTma Arthur Ferraris, th Hungarian portrait ralnter. U In the city for the puro.e of ralnt'rg a portrait in o'l cf the late Mr II- Oai rterre. Mr. Ferraris famed throughout nji-ope R rer-ra P'-nter of rcya r Many of the crowned heads of the "i'tnent fc.ve teen painted by him. ard Hi -.'sit to this coun-ry !s by Invitation uni. ' tn tr.ii'ional'e. !ol"'m familiar w"h .s work la Vienna, where he make. 2 s ii n e "he p;--'lng In on cf a portrait from rjrot.igra;-!-. Is one cf the. most difficult f inc.. to do. becaus- a photograph eldom reflc s the disposition, the. eoui of the ta-trivj-a- only an artist know, tow to 'ud h features wih an ee to portraying tn the exrreolon of tr face the character cf the s :Mect hi paints. In th. case of Mrs. Fier e. Mr. Ferraris had many pdr fal'j t wo...

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. — 18 February 1900

S ,'tZZ ocvaj THE REPUBLIC: RFXDAY.FElTOFATtY 38. 1900. I L MYSTERY I Orvl; . -... . ii ,T ii ( ' ' 1 nnr - " ' ' - .- .1 TREY WADED THROn.n KRAXmrS, .1 I'M PEP OVER LOG. GOT TANGLED UP IX FALLEN IiRANCHES AND VINES, tffostcv of XTvcntsScvcn Jgcaus. IMa.i!-jarwl In Paint Lo-.!i. October loth i'Ci. Vr' d-ren C JCrwboM hoard from at No 1I North Sixth street T r" eti-ht jran n' I. 5 f--I 3 ! o o high. 3arV rra.y e-s. -I'shtly Koman nnw, ! :i,i'. rccular teh. -.-.ir- or -'we'l Ire on the lower pirt of the neck, an 1 usui' i covered same w.tl- lar-re b..v. or hlj-h-nock dress, small "mole In front of one. e ir. complexion rith-r nil iff. dirk brown hair of medium lenirth. rather more thin In !! sh than tho nci nmp.inyi-it: photPCTaph. Had on when last sti Ivl!y arJen Ncopolttaa bin-h hat trimmed with black ribbon and a largo hunch of --Teen flowern. lined vtrh pbik Ilk. and a lonc black waterproof cloak with a cape, striped linen dress, colored drab and -whit. Any ons k.io-.vln-r, or Jir...

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. — 18 February 1900

the itKiuTii.if- srxmv. fetvrtwu-y is. innn. HIS YEAR'S PASSION PLAY ATOBERAMMERGAU.if555511! 1 All the Charms of Simplicity Combined With Up-lo-Date Stage CraftPersonality of the Individuals Who Are to Enact "Christ," "Mary" and the Apostles F ,' . .... . ,-,f b Sunday RefHlhUc. ' ' ni.-r 'Vli. 1 -Tlie roles aro " .. i ..t t"r ami actresses arc C- ii".- I . i to pronounce- words . tf. ina walk, wall and v . .TinW drills M Wc ' i wli . -netnbers play music i h 'ra. the tailor, to i z outlandish er- : hundred years . : i j. irnlng parts ' il - miking shirts. h ' . . . ,iTrin and fil v - . ., . . , , a .'- S- : village, the . i . ,j : ,-.- ,f iron tli s -' uw :!. i-ist.-ad of the 1 .. U : ,.r.- ' ' - 'he - i. t!i. in. ' of directors ' i - " ,'!.: UuT2roeister h.. I i-d I "" " J Md'.itc. The lamrotwi-t. r ' ' Anion Lang rKe- ' lr.,1. l - Joseph llar-r AI-r . Anna Flunr-r ' !..! - Jacob Itut J1 ' SriutUn llaurr r" " Tbonms Rendl - IVtr Kf'nill M. -; l'ir. tor ... . E4ward Ivans -Sa5-e C...

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. — 18 February 1900

3t CCoprrlrht. IN. br rriir.k l Carpenter.) 6rcli! Ccrrrsrcn3nce cf Th- Sunday r.ruWtc. Tokio. Japan. Jan. '. !'! The next Em- ess of Jaran has been selected and the roane lady !s already in training. It has been decided that the Prince Imperial shall bo married at ths earliest possible aoic'nt, and . soon as the detail of his weddlr.g can to settled, the fact will bo announced to tho world. The hiche-t oili-lils of the Japanese Government are now considering tho matter, preparations are being maJi to celebrate the wedding on the grandest s-a!. and within a Ft.ort time the young prince and h!s bride will he discussed in every cap ital of the world. To-day practically noth ing is known about either of them, and It vas tolearn all that jiosslbiy could ba-o-r-tatned concerning the wedding and the con tracting parties that I went to-day with it ten from the American Minister to the household department of the Kmperor. in i3 the grounds of the imperial palace, to hire p.n interview with ...

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. — 18 February 1900

Tira -REPTT.Lir srXDAV. FKl.LU'ARV IS. HMO. TITK Wlf-DOM! OP ALT. TTin Prophet once, sltt'nr; In calm debat. -id "I an Wisdom's fortress! but tho gate riifrmif t All " Wherefore, (m 1" heard With iribelloi-cng Jealousy, were Urra. Ami Unit the) might on. h'ra confusion bring 1 -n .if the, bo'.'est Jclr.M to vrovo tlio thing Ix-t Hi In fin to A3! go!" they ea!lJ. And ask If V.'IsJcai ehonld be eo ight la- Head f carthlv- riches, the-. If " reply 1 1 each of us In thought accordantly. Anl vet to none !a speech, or phrass th same. 111? shall the honor be, nJ oura the shame." i V in wh-n tie first his Sola flamaaw C14 make. lhcxe worn the. words wblca AH atral-ht- vvnv tpske; W 'do-n Is tho Inh-rita.ee- of tJ-oie v 1-oni Allah favors; riches of his tan,' 1 -n t-e second he iaia: Th.)sf nr-st hi anl to thy wealth; but vM-flom truard elh ther" ' the third- "Bv wlslcn wealth Is wort 1 t n lies purcha-ed Wisdom i et for none tho fourth: Thy Eods. the th!f mar take, h n. Widom'i house ho can...

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. — 18 February 1900

XIAV. FKr.Pil'AIIV IS. I!HH). Ministers Indorse, Almost in Its Entirety, a Republic News Spread. One Article Here Given Was Con demned, but on the Whole This Issue Was Found Clear. -.. wwvrnx ivu tiii: iv. itvr- hmc What Munilila. srreit tlallj iifw:iwr ctmtuiu? Ami what sliouM it not foutniu? Sinro tlio lipinnlns of now vn.-ipors this lias tvn a matter of fir-fiiiufiit. It has worried all Jb- otlitor llmt ever ciliietl -nut till llje rentiers that ever read. Ii ba litvn tin-subject of .oertuiiri IIm'Uss!oii Ijetweti tlie lui iifvs tnniui-ft-r :itnl Hie editor, the editor ami l be tleiart inrut editor-;. tlieIeji3rtnient editors ami the meu tinder them: ami it has Iwvn ihp test of many n letter from "Oiii Suliverilier" awl 'I'oii-taut Header." to say noilim; Of -Vns I'optlli " It ha-. be mi v.i id that e..rjb,,,jv KU(,ttS tuorx- about how to; mi a iieii:ii-i than ati editor duev; and it lia lieon i I ili-il tii it lmv. . i me this may lie the tslitor is the mil: iii.hi in h- v, nd-i...

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Page 42 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 18 February 1900

TTTE KEPrBLTP: SrXDAT.FEBKnAKY 18. THOO. Ifi i WONDERS OF A GOLD TOWN IN THE SHADOW OF n ? . ;1 t V tl Capi Is a qsteer-'o k'm, pia that Is ' : .an who vts'ts It ha not Jiafl p" . vl. wj o mli.lrg- ceu.p The-- l, F--, t to I . mil ! Is ca'.ed Jta!n - i ' utreet " f'om oni' end of tlo ht ii tl.e otier, and nl.mg it r Im'i' I ' h u!i9 that h t ti timra " o f tfi n tire fiame hoita thoy OTrJ end luh iblted by the nrlntc-'o' o tt. iIa." Some nf thee Jiousp sre t.- orts In hMRiif . but tbfso are tho ex , '-) Mo-.t f.r Them a'o of cnly o o ' r Ar.d thero hso no baso icrnts ltut ti f-amrt hou-3 r In ti n!noti tj- i of tho 3wehI"S p'a. m ani to-'J 1 '' ' Uji.mIWII assaan .Btaia-a ,.r y, -5-n-n w-M-H-i-n-Hrj-n-J-M i- n-i i j w-H-i s j-:-:-: m imiu : - ANSWERS TO SMALL BUT 1 1 -n-i -T-1 -h -f 1 1 : t-! i-i-i TTonlS It b er13-e rtv3 fr-i r a yw2n lfl7 to rcpt a irrt -nan ' j n f r an aXtemoon ta In h's bachelor ea ni". If hr inothr nn rot fnc jl-1 h t - ! n nl though tl r-othtr or jter were i ...

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. — 18 February 1900

TTTTC "REPUBLIC: SFXDAT. FEF.TCFATtY 38, TOOO. SAW HIS FELLOW MISSIONARY DEVOURED BY CANNIBALS. Reverend Alexander Oillies's Grewsome K: perience With the Enemekala in the NewT Hebrides. y mtiTrrv ron Tiir stnovt ijrpiniuc That v.u rd blooellhli-sfv. annlbnllstlc MM-ietv of s. va-i anarrhists. tho Knaina kaia. li i i-l.tmcd another victim A In warn either i-a-vs. the Wtlm Is a mllon urj He was shot etowti as he knelt !n Irajer, and ho nai devourenl while lit imked murderers elnneexl about his elead Unly and the fire, that th y had bull: for the purpose of roas'tng hie flesh. Tho Enamakala has It existence on th Sw Hobrld. s Islands, thit group of fer tile spots of tar set amid the waste of waters, known is tin- Southern I"i-litc Its mendier are uious, treaeherous and tin controllable ave lev avagee as vicious ind tre.achoreois as the y themselves art Vari ous at'empts 1 ave been mmh to ChrlsMnn Ue and civilize them, Iwit all of them, havo so far proven futllu, v h'.lo In many cas's ...

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. — 18 February 1900

THE FTCPFFLTO: SFXFA.Y.FEBftFATlY 18, 1000. T IDF Rlil Tl fV Something of the Trials That Beset a Girl Ambitious to Become an Actress. U . y 0 10 A T85S DESCRIBES STAGE A m ' m1 ptWr ' K l "" i, --$'$'$ I vls' -aSc- iK pr J "cone back. : S'cone bacmm frt L I fi.v Ae Hu-m y . ' r at last Cij j "5 ftF 1 fwv Q53 VjM y at h'A &&&$! ' ' nvi V yrfi rV ..-r;SSSP??' -n. tre next In repe 'this the ea.li. Tnat (-outre I r S J- "wSBL'? 4- -?' frf 11 U It ) may be ucseisfui If oni has a nrat deal I -V ry iVl i: ?lUEsah2..: .. 2- IllK II H . . . ;..- M JI -MHt-BuJi-K j' .!- f in L' -. ' ,'" tWo- 1 fU 8fttf' J' VJ s mi r (T - i ii ; x - (pJ Evelyn pmm- fj witri'ix'ff rem. thk gronM.T xetckuo. " - trltial Cort to reatlss n mMtt-n, '4tri of wMch I cannot reeollact- v i! ' n fci bom with m-!r back ot. st!i-."ii, I had ffraduail trom 'hool anfl 7 cn-suaed my mother d4 father to r bom an actraaa F I n-enl to X Tork. TM u not Qilta as rret a Tsotura as pr r"As frr I h1 thf promtse of a!" th...

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. — 18 February 1900

V v 4. Anions Hi'' i!iot Inti-ivting rhaj.tors in .M. Fl.miiii'trioii- now book, 'The I'liunowii.' .shirt Iy to h published by llarjK-r .t Urox.. ntv thosp. winch tivat of halliiiinniions and thuuht n ntsfpr rono-. ami tin lucid inaiini-r in which the distiiiuilii'd aullmr diNCHhSM tlu-st suhji-ii i.m !. ad mirrtblv sM-n fioin tlie following extracts. -l SAW XKAR THE TAlSLi: AND FMINd .Mil, A MAN" M vMWIMSMOiaifmK -liuM 'li VSSSmB&JMm 7!i4 jgfrr ?-.& Hern nr ime v"-v renarkable f x lrn ples of pure 1 i.-k or el a .i. I was wiitli S my great norlt on t o utnii-plixow nr.d wax buv on d..v ei.tir.g the chapter on the force, cf t! o wir d. wi'cn t' o followirg Incident oc.-urre J: My of!!- In I'arls hai t'l-ce windows, c-e t j tho eas. facing tlie Avnue do I tjliservatolre: Brother to tho routhwesf . facing tlie OWrt atorr. and t ie third to the south. 1." kir.s .t ca the. Itii Cassir.I. Tho firs iitJur w.13 open, and right !n front cf It were tl-o chestnut trees jf the avej ue....

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. — 18 February 1900

12 TTTE "REPUBLIC: RT'XDAT. rEBRT'ARY IS. 1000. e s . GOOD THINGS THE CAMERA CAUGHT IN THE KITCHE DEVILED EGGS FOR LUNCHEON. EGGS A LA COLOMBO. coo DELICATE RUSSIAN JELLY. r Si ! j. i SOMMBBRM . - J " -r 9 r 4n .i-2?' tj f J Maaaggn " ,ih.,ji.i., r i i . - , 1 IL -v- BT A 4BB ISBBi V iSKSS 'a ; " "&. Wm . TM TAv VV V" f . i?- er. .-,. - t ' S I 1 1 1 (0-K0KOKK0KH O 0 6 0 6 6 6 o o o 6 6 9 o o 0 o 6 o t Q 9 o 6 6 9 Lobster Cutlets and Spinach. One pnunil citi lolistor plrl.e.1 Into jbeeeg. two ess, oue-ltnlf cupful mill., two tnWespoons butter, one bonping taWesjioiiit Hour, tiny specie of eayenne. one t:i1i!eooii lemon juice, nie piut tiue bread crumbs, one t..liieson mimed celery, salt ami pepper t suit. Uub Hour ami butter together, then a!il It Jo the Ix.ilin;; hot mil!;, stir mil. I thick: iiiM salt, jiei.por. cayenne, lobster, celery ami lemon juice; cool and form Into cutlets, dip Into t!ie crumbs, tlieu i:i beaten esss. then In crumbs a sain, f.,, delicate brown In hot fa...

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. — 18 February 1900

ttttc riTCPnp.LTOtSUOTAY. febttoa"ry is. iaoo."' YVELINE SAMORIS. Tsansktci From tha French of MAupantnt for The Sunday Republic rLnr f. "iJ""J' 1 f II K N V Th Counters Eaoorla." TMtt lady m blacks-down bolosrt "Tem. Bho Is In ssomilii tor her dxugn- ir, g!mu he mar'c'ered." swis,t do you met r "Oh. It was rdmpla encash, although Cur -was no evidence of either vlo'enc- or crime." "I dcmt understand." "Listen! Sotn ara bo-n to be honeRt -a!wT Atnt m-ntla-i honest worapn. lt born to be courtewins Now. Madams Saraoria, bom to be dishonest, had a dauzhter. vto urn bore to be lionost That's til!" "I o tJll at a 1ms to " "Let mo explain. The Counters Samo-ls 1 ona of taose tinseled creatures who flock to Paris by the thousand ev-ry year She hailed frcm Hungarla. or Slavonla. I believe. She establish! d herself la th "hamps Eljsees. whl-h Is tho qnarter most frequentM i adventjrers. and there sh opened her salon to the first comer, be ho ho ho ma "I ru one of those who went. Why I don't k...

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. — 18 February 1900

1 THE "REPmRLTO: SUNDAY. FEBHFA"RY IS. TOOO. $ Z.tti x C JJ' 1,5 ( sis. ft ?Js ' I "jarr'iLtii T SV-3 pit 1 IN CLOTH AND CREPE. Tkcr 1b n .rt In rnsJdnir mo-amrair K-iwns that Is not understood by every 3remakir. An all-blnck gown that ts In tended for wear durlRjj the jiprfod of xnouralnsr when only tt raust somber or robes are. appropriate must be perfection, es to cut and finish, a.nd cot have a bit too much trimming, and, whll'5 following closely the prevailing modca, fall to touch upon any extreme. I find that It Is to Indon that the matters of mourning Rouna and mllllntry look for the most correct modos. An Unglish au thority Is quoted for the following note that may h of considerable assistance to the woman who will wear black for pocw time, ar.d who, of courEe. must plan for a prime costume Just r well as her i-lsters. who will rcon appear la light, bright col or: Frlrne is a universal trimming for mourn ing, and dull eulpure also. Wo remain faithful to the bolero Jacket. Tr...

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. — 19 February 1900

LOUIS REPXJ Mn . I.olils. One ('est. NINETY S FJ ' )D YEA II. ST. LOUS. .SO.. .MONDAY. FKIimWin 1!. I.HIO. 1 U ' ' '' I'll. Trielu. tool.. tio cent '" bree Cent. FIGHT. l HAY'S GOMPLAGENGY !L - '- CAUSES SURPRISE. . e. I THE "RT in - r;. . ..iii e I i K V V x X Iti-liKii.ittuii That tin- 1'iiiinl Stairs Iuilil Ak i.ie-.ii l.iiuin- II.-lp. CLAYTON - BULWER COMPACT. I!----c!-ilioii Adoptril liy tin Sriiate v;-ir ; tar Afro Shows That tlif Atlniini.-tiatiun Ignor ed Abrogation. nm r.i.ir ri:f i Wwliiiiv.T. 1-The pi.li.-hel ex plnt.ati n ti,.s in irniiif- that the Put I V trtiu. 'it i- indidly adinlttej tliat ilrr.tt Britain I. ,1 not be-en askeel to abrogate the . icton-llu'wer treaty, but that. em the i riiurt, t e State lH-p-irtm. nt regarded 'liat t..atv a.- a preueeten tor the I'tittcd Stat . the 11 inroe IKsirlne and fie ln tcgiitx f the Central and South American T'cnubl s. ami that the i ndin- Hay I'auneefote treaty wae prepared xxitli a xicv to xltalizlnc the CHx-ton-IUilwer tr...

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. — 19 February 1900

THE KElUBLIC- MONDAY. FEBRUARY 10. 1000. TO-DAY'S NEWS IN BRIEF. xShington Is Mi 1 11 Hi. Brlti-h l-nhis-v ""! t - ili-oluii lv no trutli in t' n "n t i' I'r. sld nt M Klnl. j lia- und. .1 1-or I i - f . v Uli .1 m w lo a-..rt ining how mi i:ilt tin wo iM enieuam i proposal 3 m diition in the Trm-ia il x- " Tl e I uerto I'le-in t irir bill ii III omc w i re House till- -ik A )lf will h- , -. .,.'. Mnndin .IiMllIlf! ! ll.--.Hl U li..- t confer e- r-port on the financial im . i i be mac e tn tin Sen lie before thn close, , lloel s. t v t K e. ijent McMnb v - t.msir. who holds i r nl Jol. In oklilmm jm to le-t- Ij-j if the Philippine Cotmnb-sioti. -i, iTesiuoni tnx r,.-oompwin.1 t m-(OWE OF JAMESON RAIDERS . s the irtmliershlp of He Phlll-pine nnls-iim beyond tin- number already 1 . t tl upon to .iM JudKe Taft j 1. Bvaum nf Indian . appoint, d a; ji.i-tr ut the jrt ot Xc -k is said liif Hbatdored hope f eon'lrtnation X in -ats refuse l. bt n-sponsibl for In "I 1 "mxracj Bucriu of nim.i...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 19 February 1900

THE KEPT'RLTC: MONDAY. FEBTtt'ART 10. TflOO. NSANE IMW MASON SPEAKS FOB THE BOERS. CITY OF KIMBERLEY IS UP TO DATE. MAD ATTEMPT. li!mrH&- jmmmwmy'mm Better breakfasts, better dinners, better suppers are made from Yuco, the new wheat food ; very pleasing- to t Mrs. Anai Take Tried to Drown Hereof and Two Cliiliiii'ii to lite MisMsMppi. s'eii.itoi Defenils Their Anion in Dei l.-iriiifr Vsn Ai.tin-1 iiio.it lSiitniii. Aineiii-niis :ind Ameiie.in Mnnti f.H lines Wield ;in Knoi- moiis Inllilente. rni. ill I 5 t1 U&.Cffl ferJSSS'i.i.Sv 1 1 h t- K &mv - - sira .7. ii f: in ii it 1 h ' :.. - "xiir "t.sk. .-jjsr y . r - . wr ma f. - cJks t&'src' rkr Ski jw 'rif S M ifli 1 , the eye, but more pleasing to RESCUED BY TWO FISHERMEN. t ,7 'iftM slX- hlllSii AN APPEAL FOR SYMPATHY. GOODS FROM THIS COUNTRY. 1W,V .- 1 . V'i'ifenv. me lasic. jjocs not require W. an expert cook, but no expert HVonian lrlil'r.iteh I.-:iel ! I ho Uv V:itor. Dni2f:iiij: the l.it- lIoO.ii' With Hot Sin- l....

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 19 February 1900

TIIE REPUBLIC: MONDAY. FEBRUARY 30 1000. SERMONS AND SERVICES AT THE CHURCHES. -. Qr i Tloctor l'-owl un W.-.ihh Tin- lliMN.n.l of S.ii tiii, -. l. Samuel Kwint: lnaii-jinal Si-rnuni of iln I.c-.-n Jliin-ij Doctor rzn on tin-Cross The l'ou.-r nf I'uiiis. b t Iio IJcvert-ml J. T. M. .lohustoii Doum- .Mt-Kimiil; on Hn- Knots of Vif-ko.lii-s Tin- K.pnnil 0. X. .Molli-r on ohi-ilii-iuv. I'd. lor lloyd at Second I.aptit Church continue Ids Soi lal Stud', r, taking for his tin me "Wealth and the Public Good " He l"Hte.l that owner of wealth are n monsible to God arJ to society. He then lls uaej methods vf utilizing wealth for ft pub'ic good. The Ken ard of Sacrifice" Kii the theme of the Ken-rend Samuel IMgar i:'n e- Ta lor Asenue liaptb-t Chur h. He alluded to the Ii. reel." self-denial of Mooti ar 1 ms. anl n-pel ethers to tmita.c them. Th- reward he said. Is "alsaiio:.. The Kes.rend i hi'lts Hurray, the now pastor of Inirrmiuel l.aptt't Chur. h. ir i !ud III" Inaugural sermon in the mo...

Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The St. Louis Republic. — 19 February 1900

TTTE ITEPUBLTC: tfOXDAY, FEP.T'A"RY 10, T000. 5 n L i i BILLY M6RAN IN HARD LUCK AGAIN. Peath of Monfrconiery KocnUs ilie Di.:i!v That Oiertook II is Stable in '1)5. JOCKEY "SKEETS" MARTIN. Breezy Chat With th Famous Anirriran Race Ii'ili'r, Who Will Try His Luck Asrain on the Knulisli Turf. W. I. Mafrrane, the St. Louis horseman, lias announced bis intention or erecting a monument over the buri.il place of Ills dead pptlnter. Montgomery, who wis killed at Sao Francisco last week. There Is a com mendable spirit of gratitude la thl3. Monl tromery tvav an cx'rernelv useful horse to him. and lite los was no doubt keenly felt. The horse had been nerved several years back, and this is supposed to have bcon tlie nv.se of his Irp breaklUE In his final end fata! race. When at his liest. Mont- fronie rv nas a marvel in muddy s;oins and was ha-, to heat on a dry track. He mad his d.hut as a I-jear-old at Little Boilt in IxJJ, tKitiK then the property of II Ku K t.e ItRh. He was sold to Hums &...

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. — 19 February 1900

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Publication Title: St. Louis Republic, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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