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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL' 21, 1900. 5 (mm Pi 1 Iff! I ' ijP'- I C -. ' j mJr You would iio, it is not it looks it, hits aii who Wash Dress We are showing in open stock, for immediate or future shipment, a very LARGE AND COMPLETE COLLECTION of WASH DRESS FABRICS Comprising all the popular staple lines and many nov elties, from the leading mills. We offer advantage of price, terms, prompt delivery and extended lines, not exceeded in any market. 1 MURPHY" HIBBEN & CO. IMPORTERS, JOBBERS JEPxry Goods, Notions, Eto. (WIIOLESALC EXCLUSIVELY.) Useful Articles for Invalids. RrcIIninff and Rolling Chairs for rarlor and Street, Carrying Chairs. Wheeled Couches, Food Fterlll2rs and Desiccators. Fedlnsr and Spit C'u. El trie Iielts, Insoles and Batterie. Bath Cabinets. WJI. II. ARMSTRONG & CO 221-226 South Meridian street. Indianapolis. Ind. FLOOD LOSSES HEAVY STIIREE MILLION DOLLARS' WORTH OF PROPERTY DESTROYED. TtsllwayM in LonUlnna and 31 IhiiIä I p pl the Greatest S...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 April 1900

TIIE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. inPVT IVfll IVA I'A T . I v! !filPVi' V.'m. L. like. 2 West Michigan street. Tele phones: old. 2S7j; new. CICi. Territory west of White river. COAI- COAL Ccburn ' Coal Co., T.&ft 22d ft. An thradte. coke, hard nl oft coal. Phone Iltj. DYEING BRILL CO.. fincy dyers and (Hnw; silk curtain, any rrMor. cleaned and flnlshd equal to newr; also ladies' lirM cloth Jacket a so cially. Massachusetts avenue and 1 North Illinois stret. FLORISTS- PnnTEHMAN"X FLORAL COM PANT. New No. 211 M t.. 22C N. D:. t. Tel. 41. LAUNDRIES UNION' CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Work called for. 1:3-114 Vlrg. ave. 'Phone 1W. MANTELS AND GRATES P.. iL PURS ELL (Mantels. Furnaces). ni Map. T. TATENT LAU'YLTtS v. ir. LocKwoon, 414t! mfk building. BALE AND LIVERY STAPLES HORACE WOOD (Carriage. Traps. BucV boards. etc.) . Ü Circle. TeL 1007. BIIOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL. II South Pennsylvania at. UNDERTAKERS - FRANIC DLANCIIARD. 39 N. Delawar...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 21,. 1900 7 Indiana Title Guaranty & Loan Co Thin Company ha the mot complete Titl Plant in Indiana.emt rscin? the separate riant of elliott ,t i;i;ti.kk. WILLIAM C. ANDKRSON. These have stood the tent for more than a third of J a century. TITLE INSl'ICAN C K. AllSTRACTS, LOAN'S 5 AFC DEPOSITS. 5-. A. I LL7CMliK& CO.'S Safe Deposit Vtxlt SO East Washington Street Absc!ut safety asa'.nst fire and burglar. Po liceman day and nisht on guard. Designed for Sfe keeplrsr of Money. Bonds. Wills. Deed. Ab stracts. Silver I'late. Jewels and valuable Trunk, Packages, etc. Contains 2,lu0 boxes. Lent t5 to t4u per jear. JOHN S. TAHKI.(;T0V llnnncfr. MARKET WAS UNSETTLED COXSIDnitADLK A.M'.KTY IlEfJAIlD- IG IIIOX AMI SUllllä AFFAIRS. Iroapeeta Cood for n Favorable Dank StatementLocal Hnslness Show Satlnfaclor jr Condition. At New York yesterday money on call ras easy at 213 per cent.; last loan. 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, per cent. Sterli...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 April 1900

1 ß THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1900. L. S. AY RES & CO. Sole Agent for Standard rattern. Toilet Specials Specially new or specially low priced. Both arc good reasons for your attention. Zaza, the latest Perfume, ounce and half-ounce bottles, 50c and 25c The same in bulk, at an ounce .... 50c Violette Talcum Povvder, prepared ac cording to the most approved for mula, and elegantly perfumed, made for L. S. Ay res & Co., a box 15c l?aure, a new Violet Toilet Water, in small bottles . 25c Hudnut's Toilet Waters, dollar bot tles 89c Manufacturer of Grilles tad Fret Work. FINISH A HOME cocoooooooooococcoxcxxxx OOOOOOOOOOOOO OOOOOOOCOOOOCXOC500000000 Fret Work and Grilles When VOU ""Ct them Of US yOU arc I at headquarters. We are manu facturers. We have all kinds at all prices, and make special kinds for special places. They are dain- ty, ornamental, permanent We ' I invitC yOU tO a Conversation On the Subject. I Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

K 'Arft o ; i v Part' Onet Pages I to 8 weekw established isx jVTlT T Vrv tin DAILY USTAliUSHEO ISM. J Uli. Jj j (J. 112. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY. MORNING, APRIL 22, 1900-TWENTY PAGES. TRICE FIVE CENTS. J I in RESUMED imiToss am nonns fighting is THE l ltCK STATU AGAIX. Forces of (iencrnls Cherinslde and Handle Knenffe the Knfmy in the Hill About Dewetsdorp. SILENCE TWO OF THEIE GUNS ad Dnivn SOME OF the ntRGHEns FR03I THEIR FOSITIOX. British Casualties Ught In the First Day's Encasement, Only Ten 3Icn Reins Wounded. KETHUEN SAVES HIS CONVOY AFTER A SHARP EXCOUXTEIl WITH ABOUT 2,O0O OF THE EXE3IY. Latter Flirt-1 vrlth Determination, but Are Surprised by n. Concealed Detachment of British. LONDON", April 22. Dispatches arriving from tho seat cf war, though meager and unsatisfactory, clearly Indicate renewed ac tivity at all points where the British and Boer forces are in striking distance of each other. Interest for the moment cen ters at Dewetsdorp and "Wepener, where fighting evidentl...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

THE . INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. SUNDAY, APRIL 22, ICol). 1 1 and these in turn present many threaten ing assets. Agencies of man's devising may alleviate, but they cannot cure this tendency to division and strife and substi tute a drift to peace and unity. Christ in. the heart and Ills gospel of love and minis try in all the activities of life is the only cure. A MINISTERING KING. The highest conception that has ever entered the mind of man Is that of God and the father of all men the one blood the universal brotherhood. It was not evolved, but revealed. The natural man lives to be ministered unto he lays his Im posts upon others. He buys slaves that they may fan him to sleep, bring him the Jeweled cup, dance before him, and die in the arena for his sport. Into such a world there came a Kins, 'not to be ministered unto but to minister.' The rough winds fanned Ills sleep; He drank of the mountain brook, and made not the water wine for himself; would not use Ills power to stay Ms own hung...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

GOflR'S TIMELY HITTING CAVE Tlin INDIANAPOLIS TEAM A WELL-CAUSED VICTOHY. 3ladfn Batted In the Winning: Ron in the Xlnth Team Shnrred Up In Detter Form Other Games. Indianapolis. G Cleveland C Kansas City 1 Minneapolis . O 2IIlrauUee . . 5 Chicago . .... 4 At Detroit Ruin. To-Days Scheduled Canies. Minneapolis at Kansas City. Milwaukee at Chicago. Buffalo at Detroit. American League Standing. Clubs. Played. "Won. Lost. ret. Euffalo 2 -2 0 1.000 Milwaukee 110 1.000 Kan?as City .... 3 2 1 .Gf7 Cleveland 2 1 .1 .cno In.Iianapolis ....2 1 ' .Sno Minneapolis .-...3 1 2 .333 Detroit 2 0 2 .000 Chicago 1 0 1 .000 It U a rare occurrence for a baseball pitcher after being Idle from the game for two years to come back to the . diamond and. mako a remarkable showing, but the resurrection of Jot Goar to thö baseball world by Manager "Watklns was the talk of the baseball enthusiasts last , night. Goar easily carried off the honors for In dianapolis In the second game with Cleve land, and through...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, : SUNDAY, APILLL atJaVi Jib s w w STIR IS THE SENATE DCMocn.T coci:n:r.n oven i:moli'3:i:!t.s or aiimv oiticeiis. Cnnseil n AVnrm Debntc Iiy C'liarK lng nxtrflvacnnrr In ArtminlMtrn tloii of Cnhnn A fin Irs. TWO .RESOLUTIONS ADOPTED askix; Tin: mxuktahy of yvaii TO EXI'LAIX 31 ATTCRS. Uonip raps thr Nnval Appropriation Dili. TTlth the Irlcc to lie Paid for Armor Stricken Out. WASHINGTON. April 21. After a discus sion lasting more than two hours the Sen ate agreed to the two resolutions offered yesterday by Mr. Bacon, of Georgia, call ing on the secretary of war for Informa tion as to the allowances made to army of ficers ftatloncl In Cuba and Porto Illco and the sums expended In providing quar ters, equipages and other conveniences for them. The debate took a wide range, m.ny of the senators participating in it. Con?Idcratlon of the Quay case was re sumed and Mr. Perkins, of California, pre sented an argument favorable to Mr. Quay's claims to a Feat in the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

äQFOLLüä 1 NQ OüPY OLL THE! INDIANAPOLIS JO URN AX, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, IC00. f On . Fnlr Treat her. TO v Inquirir ther st rem ova the attorney general what fur- ad been taken to secure such 1 RepreseVtajve' Klutz, of North Carolina.' IntroduceO Ul repealing the bankruptcy law and rpfcujng the war revenue stamo SUBSTITUTE FOR ORIGINAL DILL RK PORTED BY MB. PROCTOR. taxes. ' to JOD IS RECEDING. Washington and Pennsylvania Streets. 1 1 REORGANIZE ARMY i ii V ID 1 this are rith ther oat 3 to fast- to to $11 to J!) ts 'Jars isms ige p. ru firl4 bats S2J 10.43 .0J 11. 315 8 45 IS 5.40 '0.10 ICO H.CS 5 43 610 J. JO l.0 1 03 6.4 11.13 4.U 1235 '3.2 431 '245 S JO 4.CJ id 3-15, 5 f "5 M-v. ? .. I -r. atirJ f-p m ? Ill 'M v as you had place m $72,000 U. S. Government, coupon 3s. $7,500 Lawrence County, Ind., 4s. Belt R. R. Preferred Stock. Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Trice and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. . i , j ....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

EE ALSO F0LLÜ'.'.' i NG COPY 0 s THE UTDIAIi APOLIG JOURNAL, ScliDAY, Al-iL 2 V GOSSIP OF POLITICIANS Steel and "Wire Company, because of over production. The production has exceeded the demand and the reduction Is the result, URS. HILLER'S INJURIES. BALL PLAYER'S ASSETS V I s X X X 3 CANDIDATES ARRIVING FOR THE llCPlIJLICAN COSVENTIOX. AMOS RtSIE'S PROPERTY INVOLVED IN SUPERIOR COURT LITIGATION. Woman Kicked by n Horse and Badly Hurt. ' Jas. 9. Dodae nnd Lieutenants at the Dcnlion-Representative Lan dla In Tonn. The close of the week before the Repub lican state convention found the situation quieter than It had been for several days. There was not an unusual amount of activity amen? politicians last night, al though a number of the candidates from out of the city have arrived and are stay ing at the Denlson. None of the headquar ters will be opened before to-morrow. James S. Dodge, of Elkhart, the guberna torial candidate from thö Thirteenth dis trict, arrived yesterday evening. W...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1C09. PAID FOR HIS TEMERITY YOITXG IIL.ACKS3IITII ATT ACIC 12 1 AX OFFICER AND WAS KILLED. Trnf;eily nt I'nlon City Hush Comity Thl?' Enjoyed Himself Stnte Con vention of Traveling Men. c -ciil the Indianapolis Journal. UNION CITY, Ind., April 21. A tragedy occurred here to-night near the Union Granil Opera IIou?e, in which a city police nan shot and killed a man he was trying to arrest. Fred Hardwick, a blacksmith, twenty-two years old, and Ilusscll Thomp son, a year or two younger than the for mer, became involved in a quarrel in front of the opera building, and after a few words retired to an alley to "tight It out." Night Policeman C. W. Vaite, a recently returned soldier from the Philippines, and fcis assistant, A. Harris, immediately pro ceeded to quell the disturbance. Waite ordered Hardwick. who seemed the aggressor, to submit to arrest. Hard- wkk refused to submit, and both officers r.red in the air to intimidate the offender. Har...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APliXL 22, 1CÖD. (TT) (Di WMere Dofllaips Domlbfld 0 In considering- the plan of this Company, a glance at Mexico of to-day will aid you to determine, not only the absolute safety of busi ness operations, but to realize as well, the extreme desirability of an investment placed in a country making- its first enormous strides along the way of national progress and prosperity. You have been reading our advertisements from time to time, and if you are a thoughtful person, the probabilities arc that you are inter ested. The success that has attended the sale ot UBERO stock is conclusive evidence that our advertisements have attracted the atten tion of the conservative investing public. Now, we do not believe that we gained your attention because of any special ability in the wording of our advertising, because we never suspected ourselves of having any especial ability in this direction, but we believe it was simply owing to the fact that a thorough be...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

JOURNÄ Part Two Pages 9 to 16 Jo- 4- pit ICE FIVE CENTS. I INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 22, ' 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Lo So Ay res Col ....Indiana's This se the beautiful. Feel at home and be at home. Your patronage has made it what it is. Your patronage alone can keep it on that high planethat distinguishes it as a mirror of the newest and best. There is a waiting room on the third floor, a free checking counter on the first and the cheery little "rendezvous" on the second. Use them, and welcome. Antique Furniture 3d Floor Exhibition A year has been spent in col lecting these gems of cabinet making. Some of them are more than a century old; all show the careful workmanship and individuality of men whose craft is now well nigh displaced by modern machines and stereo typed patterns. We'd have more to show if connoisseurs were not so quick to snatch up each piece as it comes from our rcfinishing rooms. The fol lowing, all for sale, will be on exhibition Monday on our third floo...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL .22, 1CG0. to 1S.00O traehers and tuition to 7GO.000 cchCGl children, at an annual expenditure of six million dollar, -which la drawn from this fund and is now 5pendlnR only what may be called the interest on the interest. o valuable has it grown. Mr. iard was a membor of the conven tion which formed the Republican party, lie twice held the office of receiver of public moneys and was the encumbent when the oflice was abolished for lack of land to fell. He Rave strong support to the establishment of public educational insti tutions for the blind and dumb, and was Instrumental in putting Wabash College on a strong financial basis after it was nearly destroyed by fire. In setting the State bonds she held against her debt to the school fund, thus releasing her from an obligation that threatened her ruin at a critical time. Like all the sect In which he held a birthright, Mr. Heard never u.ed force as a means to an end. but he had the remark abl...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

11 r TteCiMOCIAU LIFE THE INDIANAPOLIS J OUENAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1900. if Events, 2ayetles and Persona! Activities oT the Week A writer In th?Ncw York Times notes a great chanpe in t';o conditions of social life ?rr.-r.s the AVt-aT-iy people of that city wkr.!n five yean lie says: The new phase of country life in America has no counterpart. It linot in the least like the rural life of fasionable peonlj in Kng- lar.il. r, asaln, li Franco, or cn the con tinent. In Englnd people live at their country places, lie country soat Is the h me, and one got; up to town merely for a season. In Nei York society one lives nowhere in the cttntry, except at a sub urban club, Koina for the night only to tiu ir homes. Lonln Is a city of clubs and club life exists thV in all its perfection, but the country clib as yet does not exist In England. In Fnnce one finds at all the watering places cainos, which have some fair.t resemblance o the country clubs on thi.- tMe of the AtJintic. Houses, cottages ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL . 22, 1C0O. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL " SUNDAY, AfRIL 22, ISOOt . " Telephone Calls. Cutnps OfT.c VA I Editorial Rooms 8S TEUMS OF StJlSCHIPTIOX. DAILY BY MAIL. Pally cn!y, n month Pally only. three months laily only, rnr year Illr. Including: Sunday, one year Sunday only, cne year wft EN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. ralTr. per rr?k, by carrier Sunday, slntle copy iJaiiy and Sunday, per wek. by carrier.... WEEKLY. Ter year . V"0 . 2. no . ll.Ort . 2.00 13 Ct 20 es .11.00 Reduced Hale to Claim. Fubscrlbe Ith any of cur numerous azents or en J subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Intl. . Person sending the Journal throush th mails In the Un'.tM stato should j ut on an eight-page paper a ONE-CENT postage Mump: on a twelve r slxten-pnge paper a TWO-CENT postage t.imp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this rapr mut. In order to rweive attention, be ccompanied by the name and ad...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1C0O. 13 at Taardeberff. On the way to Capo Town he was endeavoring to write to his mother, when Kipling saw his difficulty, and at cnce acted as his amenuensis." One Chicago woman is setting a new fashion in not letting: marrige obliterate Jh.cr maiden name. She does not put It :nee So-and-s?o." cither, after the foreign fashion. Her cards, for use after May 9, are engraved thus: , ..... . : MRS. ARTHUR HOYT BOGUE. : : (Lilian Bell.) : A friend of the late Richard Blackmore fays that In his latter days that .author often sat half the night with a book over" the fire in despair of sleep. "I asked him what Kind of book had power of solace, and I was not surprised to find that the oil fastidious scholar was living In fancy in the world's youth, as became a man who in boyhood had seen the fclory of life in the enchanted pages of Homer. To the last n knew the secret of eternal youth, and was never a pessimist, either in regard to himself or th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

24 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 22, 1CSÖL 4 Andrew Mack, the delineator of refined Iri?h comedy and ?ong. enjoys a popularity among American play-Kotrs that is shared with only one rival Chauncey Olcott. In Indiana poll?. Mack la better known, how ever, than Olcott, fo that he may truth fully be said to have no rivals In this part of the country. Mr. Mack not only has a ircsh supply of pongs this season, but abo a brand new play, the latter called "The lAt of the Rohana." The actor possesses a rich store of dramatic ability, has a rare personality and a remarkable faculty for tinging Irl?h ballads as they should be sung. All these qualities will find full play In "The Last of the Rohan?." Tne piece deals with the fortunes of Clifford, the sole remaining representative of the long line of Kohans. and his efforts to recover his estates, which, at the opening of the play, are held by Siulre Kerrigan, a claimant through the female branch of the family. Clifford fells in love ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, . SUNDAY, APIilL 22, 1900. 15 Busy lays o b Dy JASPER HUNNICUTT, R. P. C. 1? My Initiatory trip as a substitute railway postal cleric ended Injuriously, but no one at home surmised that fact. Therefore my appearance on the peaceful streets of jiri:p?onhur5t was the signal for an ova tion. Every sawyer deserted his woodpile r.nd followed me to the store- The smith itoppcd his clinking. The men pitching toTschocs suspended the game to become a part of my retinue, the rear of which was brought up by a man with an ax. This article, however, was not carried as a weapon, but to prevent the small boys fr'Tn concealing It under the pile of wood. When settled in the warm corner many questions were asked. 'Do you like the business pretty well now that you have learned it?" "Is the wages good?" "Do you put off Just so much mall at each town, or Is It according to the size of the place?" "Do you have to know all the stations elrng the road?" To th- latter I replied tha...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 April 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUH1TAL; SUNDAY, APHIL 22, ICCa FOR FEMININE READERS mxTs os tiii: srisjccr of rnnnx. ÄIAL IXTUHEST. WHAT TO WEAR. The Important 3Iattera of Food Val ues Where Women Succeed The Hospital Koom Odds and Linda. Ehlrrei skirts for post-Easter wear, rays New York's fashion -writer, are close rivals of the plaited jtyle, and tome of the models la the fafhicn have pointed hip yokes made of all-over embroidery wrought YarIou5ly on China fllk, taffeta, grenadine, drap de chine and cashmere. The Easter hat is a miracle of tulle, huge chiffon flowers, tinted foliage, and odd blendings of fancy zephyr braids Very few Tvir.3, small bird, or t!p3 are seen, and when feathcr3 appear they are cither largo handsome ostrich plumes In black or "White, or an artistic combination of the two on hats trimmed with black and white xnalincs, net taffetat cr satin and velvet Thus far among the French models fchown there aro more gowns made with chirred, plaited or trimmed skirts that with ...

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