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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 April 1900

if 7 r 1 OLI IOUE hi PublicLibrary 421 " WEEKLY ESTAr.LIFHED IS A OL. LJ INDIANAPOLIS, WEDNESDAY MORNING, AritlL 25, 1900. PRICE 3 CENTS. T ttaTT.WAY HEWS FTANPft. ON ! TUAIN3 AND SUNLAYS, I CENTS. DAILY ESTABLISHED TJi MAL r i' '1 7 i : ; . i t KOT ADMITTED senate has declared to quay ye cawot enter here." The PennylvnnIanDenlrd ft Scat In the Upper Branch of Congress by n Vote of S3 to 32. PUBLIC INTEREST INTENSE THRONG IN THE GALLERIES AND A CROWD OF PEOPLE OUTSIDE. Every Senator at the Capital Wn In Ills Seat, and Scores of Representatives Were in the Chamber. VOTE WAS TAKEN IN SILENCE AND SILENCE REIGNED WHEN" THE RESULT "WAS ANNOUNCED. Qnay'a Friends nitter Against Hanna. Senator W. A. Clark' Hesig- . nation Due To-Day. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. . WASHINGTON. April 21. The rejection of the Governor-made credentials of Matthew Stanley Quay, of Pennsylvania, as a member of the .United States Senate, fol lowlng'a morning of harassing doubt, deep and all-pervading anxie...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1900. 9 tloru It congratulates the Indiana senators and representatives In Congress on tho high standard which they have attained. It laments the death of Vice President Ilobart, General Lawton and CoL R. W. Thompson. It contains a strong money plank, congratulating the country on the adoption of the gold standard and the fulfillment of tho party pledges relative to currency legislation. Then follows an Indorsement of expansion and a declaration that the war With Spain was fought In the name of humanity. The platform declares that the treatment of the people in the newly-ac-Qulred islands shall be in the same lofty spUit In which the war was begun and for their welfare and uplifting. Following this 13 an indorsment and approval of the policy and course of the administration and legislation by Congress relative to our new possessions. The platform contain an anti-trust plank which recognizes the evil effects of large combinations of capi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1901 3 New York Store Established 1S5.1. Sole Agents Ilntterlok Patterns. Ladies' Umbrellas 26-inch size, paragon frame with steel rod; pood rain resisting cover; also a few damaged ones, regular 65c kind while thej last, 3 9 Gents ' RigLt of Entrance. Pettis Dry Goods Co. TEL,ITIIK TRUTH" New strinjr hean. new peas, strawberries, paraffus, r.w potatoes from Cuba. Florida tomatoes, cucumbers. Porto Iilco pineapples, all at low prices. Malta blood oranges. 2c a dozftn; ratrel oranges. 2io to 40c a dozen; rape 'rult, 60c to "ic a dozen; Messina lemons. 2'c a dozen. MONARCH GROCI3RV lit Kat Wsahinicton street. Telephone 1453 Sixteenth and Illinois st. Tel. HW. OUR Large 5tock and Large Business enables us to undersell all others. CEO. J. MAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wasb. St Second largest Shoe Store In the World. 's PEES ON AL AND SOCIETY. Miss Dean Manley will leave Tuesday to visit friends at Clyde. Mrs. Rena Southwick. of Chicago. Is visiting...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1000. Telephon Calls. Business Office 2Z Editorial Rooms 85 TU II 31 S OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY Br MAIL. ri!y only. ene month I") Iallr onlr. three months 2-W Dally only, one year S.00 Dally. Including Sunday, one year bunday only, one year 2-09 WREN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. ratly. pr wffi. by carrier 15 eta Fumiay. fflnIe copy cts Dally and Sunday, per wefk. by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Per year IL0O Redncfd Rate to CI aba. Eabscrlb with any of our numeroua agents or Send subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persona sending the Journal through the malla In th Unit! State should put on an eight-raw paper a OXE-CENT postage etamp: on a twelve r lxten-pare ppr a TWO-CENT poi-tare atamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mut. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the nam and address of. the w...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1900. 5 W ash Dress Goods Dep'tm -t 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 taple lines and many novelties, from the leading mills. We offer advantage of price, terms, prompt delivery and extended lines, not exceeded in any market. MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. IMPORTERS, Dry Goods, (WHOLES ALH Useful Articles for Invalids. Reclining and Rolling Chairs for parlor and atreet. Carrying Chairs. Wheels! Couches. Food t-rllizm and Isicr ators. Fading and Spit Cup. Electric Belts, Insoles and iiatterics. Rath Cabinets. WM. II. ARMSTRONG & CO., Z2i-22l South Meridian street, Indianapolis, Ind. STUBBORN AS A MULE .WILLIAM J. BRYAN WOST BUDGE FP.OM IIIS SILVER I'LAMv. Says He Will Stick to It NotwithstandingEffort of Xewpaper Edltors and Other Democrats. "WICHITA, Kan., April 21. "Neither newspaper editors nor anyone else ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 April 1900

ö THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1900. JOUnXAI3 nusiNcss DIRECTORY. AGENT INOlXTTpoLI Wra. I R.c. 2j5 West Michican street. Telephon: old, 2S7iO; new, 3ii2. Territory vest of White riTer. COALCOAL Ccburn Coal Co.. East 223 et. Anthracite, coke, hard and aoft coaL Phone 241. DYEING TRILL. 3e CO.. fancy dyer and cleaners; silk curtains, any color, cleaned and finished equal to new; aho ladles' light dcth Jacket a specialty. 7ZS Massachusetts avenue and 1ZZ North Illinois street. rLORISTSFLORAL. COMPANY. New No. 2! Mas t.. 22 M. Iel. st. Tel. n. LAUN DRIESUNION CO-OPERATT.VE LAUNDRY. Work called for. 13V1U Vine, ave. 'Phone 1281. MANTELS AND GRATES P. M. PUIiSELL (Mantels. Turraee). 231 Man, are. PATENT LAWYERS V. IL LOCK woo r. 41-411 Lemcke building. SALE AND LPVERY STABLES . HORACE WOOD (Carriares. Trap. EueVboarda. efc) 2i Circle. TeL 1037. S2XOW CASESWILLIAM WEIGEL. lit South Pennsylvania st UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCHARD. 83 N. Delaware st. Tel 411. Lady Attendant WA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 April 1900

7 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1900. A Worthy Home Enterprise. SHARES IX THE Power Building Company Larj;e amount of stoci; already subscribed. Remainder now offered at par. Kare chance for a dividend-paying investment that will largely increase in value. Call or send for prospectus. The Central Trust Company Financial Agent, !Vo. ISO Knst Market Street. THE MARION TRUST CO pays 1 INTEREST n 11 HnnAcUc rvf 1 fir M nr Uli 111 M- W iyu.)l 11 VP tv w . . w w A NO FEES OF ANY KIND. SAFC DGPOSITS. i. A. CO.'S Stufe Deposit Vault SO East Washington Street Absolut safety aratnst fire and burglar. Policeman day and nlht on guard. Designed for safe kee&lntr cf Money. Bonds. Wills. Deed. Abstracts. Silver Plate. Jewels and valuaLls Trunks. Packages, etc. Contains 2.100 boxes. Kent 95 to 945 per jear. JOHN 8. TAltKl.GTON.mMM.3Iaaager. SHORTS BADLY PUNISHED 3IASIPLLATIO.V OF SUGAR PIXCIIED TIIE31 VKIIV SHAIirLY. Considerable Flaetnatlon In snares, bat Sninll et Chn...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 25 April 1900

F5 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1300. GOLF SUITINGS Are a bad lower In price Not sufficiently to warrant a spread of extravagant adjectives, yet. with market report ptlll showing woolens on the rise, decidedly enough to merit your attention. Plaid . Back Golf Suiting. 46 Inches wide, black worsted face, the yard s&t.Zi s Mode and Oxford face, reverse plaid?, M Inches wide 1. SO M-Inch Golf Cheviots, with face colors In brown, navy, Oxford or black, the yard 2.00 Tan. Gray pr Cadet Golflngs, never les than a yard, now $2,25 JERSEY CLOTH For Shirt CTalsti A full assortment now, and a. dime a yard cheaier than heretofore. Black, navy, cardinal, wine, lavender, or French Gray, M Inches wide, all wool, the yard $1-2 5 L. S. AYRES & CO. I nrlfftn ft TMmtrthnimw iff Hfv HWwffl Mirrors THE H. LIEBER COMPANY, 24 Went Washington Street. t Spring Suits You get them here In everything you buy... Caroets, O Curtains, Vail Papers, Portieres, Grilles and F...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

' i J r rn BIÄMÄJP JUJtÜJü PuiHcLinrarr 4J WEEKLY ESTATiLTPIlER I VOT DAILY ESTAHLISIIKI 1SC0. J KJU INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 26, 1900-TWELYE PAGES. l1T) Tnil o nPVTC i AT RAILWAY NT.WS STANDS. 0T X lilUJb O AO. TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. CNTS. 0L1S A GREAT FIGHT WILL TAKE rLACE IS THE CONVEXTIOS HALL TO-DAY. When Six Men Enter the Contest for the Gubernatorial Nomination CLAIMS OF THE CANDIDATES ALI EXPRESS COSFIDK5CE IN THE RESULT OP THE DALLOTING. The Various Headquarter Thronged I frith Delegate Throughout the Evening. JHE HOTEL LOBBIES PACKED 1VITU A SURGING CROWD OP GOOD- . HATCHED POLITICIANS. The Oflce and Corridors Deantlfnlly Lighted and Many Women in Evidence. SCEITES AND INCIDENTS THAT TENDED TO ADD TO THE GAYETV OP THE OCCASION. Prominent Men Who Watched the Proceedings from Safe Terrlto'ry Gossip. Calendar for Conrentlon. Called to order et 9 a. m. Candidates to bo nominated for the following offices In tho order given: Governor. Lieutenant governor. ' Secretary ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1900. the army was not spread out until it was ready." The War Office has Issued Lord Roberts's list of the casualties prior to the 'occupation of Dewetsdorp. showing that Captain Denny, of the Thirteenth -Hussars, was killed and that a captain, two lieutenants end twenty-two men were wounded. Captain Brothero, vho was wounded at Karreefontein. has tince died. Beside the casualties among the men, the Eoer bombardment of Colonel Dalgety's position wrought great havoc among the cattle and horses. The garrison could have held out for another fortnight, but It Is in no condition to render much assistance In pursuing the Boer?. There Is little news from other quarters. The Inhabitants of Mafeklng are now on a daily ration of two pints of soup and two Quarts of "skilly." A dispatch from Durban, dated Tuesday, April 21. reports that Gen. Lucas Meyer Is dead, but that th general Is known to have been well on the previous day. . A Boer version of...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1C0(X New York Store Established IPCS. Sole AsrenU Datterlck rattern. Thursday . Daily Store News News of Exceptional Bargains. 59c all-wool Dress Goods, a yard ..29c French Ginghams, a broken line, a yard 19c Two-clasp Chamois Gloves 69c Machine Torchon Laces, 2-inches wide 2Kc Broken line of boys double-breasted Suits at ...98c Pettis Dry Goods Co. Correct Styles Are with cuffs to catch, and white collars. This is the kind we sell You'll do well to see our line before you buy. The prices are as tempting as the patterns. PAUL H. KRAUSS, 4i East Washington Street, Exclusive Furnisher and Shirt Maker. KNOX'S rhm)wned HATS FOR Vy A CS aai3 Gentlemen yi 55? y Knox's latest creations Z " ff?! 5v to Trimmed I and see them. i Stephens $3 Hats Best on Earth for the Honey. A. 6. STEPHENS, Pennsylvania St DR. FORD'S DYSPEPSIA TABLETS Thy will be found to possess marked curatlv Influence In all cases of dyppsia. Indigestion, flatulence, loss of ap...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THUKSB AY, APRIL 26, 1300. HE'S A MASTER HAND HANNA HAD rnnFECT CONTROL OP GUIO n n I' i n LI CAN CONVENTION. Cffort Was 3fade to Throw Groirrnor Overboard, lnt Maren Aarellus's "Nny" Was Heeded. KO BREAKS IN EITHER SLATE DESPITE A STRONG FIGHT DV BUSHNELL'S FOLLOULItS. State Ticket and Delegates Chosen An Eulogistic McKinley. Platform Adopted COLUMBUS, O., April 25. The Republican State ticket: Secretary of state LEWIS C. LAYLIN. Supreme Judge JOHN A. RHAl'CK. Board of public works CHARLES A. GO DD ARD. State school commralssloner L. D. EONEBRAKE. Dairy and food commissioner J. E. BLACKBURN. & Presidential electors at large COL. MYRON T. HERRICK. GEN. W. P. ORR. Delegates at large SENATOR JOSEPH Ti. FORAKER, GOVERNOR GEORGE K. NASH. GEN. CHARLES DICK. GEN. CHARLES GROSVENOR. Alternates at large HON. CHARLES FOSTER. HON. MYRON O. NORRI3. HON. W. C. BROWN, GEORGE A. MYThe Republican State convention here today was really a Presidential occasion. ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, AmiL 26, 1900. Ü BY A PAPAL MANDATE 11EV. DEXIS O'DOXACIIUn IS 3IADK bishop or rojiAino, afhica. The Solemn nnd Irapreiilve Ceremonies Take riace at St. Johb's Cathedral. IXANY VISITING PRIESTS THE CIIIRCH CROWDED nY FEOTLE ANXIOUS TO SEE CEREMONY. The nihop'n nnnniet at the Drill son Follow the Consecration The Toasts. Early yesterday morning crowds of people began wending their way toward St. John's Church to -witness the unusual ceremony of the formal consecration of a bishop. The doors of the cathedral were not thrown open until 8 o'clock and long before that time the crowd had swelled enormously, trying for admission to the edifice. "When the doors were finally thrown open the crowd soon filled all the seats and many persons remained outside to witness the procession, which vas to move shortly before 9 o'clock. In the front part of tho Church the pews were reserved for visiting clergy, of whom there were about 173. These seats were marked off...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY; APRIL 26, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY, AFRIL 20, 1900. Telephone Calls. Biulnesa OGe ZA Editorial Rooms 88 TKn;is of srnscniiTiox. DAILY BY MAIL. Dallr onlr. one month Dally oiy. three months I3Iy rnly. one yar S-W Dailr. Including Sunday, one year 11.W Sunday only, one year 2-W "WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Daily, per week, by carrier 15 cts KunJay. single copy 5 cts Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Ter year J1.W II educed Hate to Clubs. Fabscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to lht JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Pernors sending the Journal through the malls In the United tt should pet on an elght-pacre paper a ONE-CENT postAge stamp: on a twelve ur slxten-p&K4 paper a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the nam and address o...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL', THURSDAY, APRIL 2ß, 1900. THE FIRST DAY. (CONCLUDED FROM FIRST PAGE.) iey and the work of a republican Conpress we arc living to-lay unlor a new dispensation. The horrid flghtmare of a Democratic administration has passed away, and we stand apain In tho broad sunlight of a better day. A NEW MILESTONE. "During the last year we have surpassed the red-letter year of 1S02 and have set a new milestone upon th3 pathway of American prosperity and progress. "Foreign sales of merchandise have been beyond all precedent. In three years other peoples have purchased of us J1,.AWO,OC0 more merchandise than we have bought of them. This vast sum is required to balance the world's trade account with us. It is a sum eight times greater than the trade balances for any two years of Mr. Cleveland's administration; and four times greater than the aggregate- trade balances for his entire term. Sixty per cent, of the customs duties are now paid in gold. These conditions have secu...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1900. Fir Francis Ilacon said: "Ite Mold of a Man's Fortune is in His Own Hands." The Way to Mold a Fortune is to DEPOSIT YOUR SAVINGS IN THE INDIANA TRUST COMPANY This Company Will Pay You 3 PER CENT. INTEREST On Deposits of $1.00 and Upward $2,000,000 Is Pledged for the Secmity of Deposits, hich may be withdrawn without any Deductions. OFFICES; INDIANA TRUST BUILDING Cor. Washington Street and V2r!aia Ave. New Loan. Western Union Telegraph Co. First Mortgage Fifty-Year GOLD, V2 Total mortgage debt (Issued) ;iO,000.000 Annual Interest charge S.07.002 Grosa earnings 23.351.312 "Ket earnings 5,S63,733 Price and Particulars Upon Application. Correspondence Solicited. Farson, Leach & Co. '.CO Dearborn Street, 35 Nassau Street, CHICAGO. NEW YORK. SAFE DEPOSITS. . A. tLfclCIiEK& CO.'3 Cafe Deposit Vault 30 Enit Washington Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. Policeman day ami night on guard. Designed for sa...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1900. Uq goods go Und reliable for oil those whose toil and (L&iDDfwn0 Require it as the Denimm St sup Ann Eminence vhich other fabrics do not acquire It has no rivals or imitations IVe have this z3 fflFms Garb of the working man (tho overall) in blue, with or without bib, loose pockets, two seams, patent buttons and buckles and wide straps, best 8-ounce F&XB with Jacket to match, at 45 cents each or 00 cents per suit Also white for Painters, Piastorors and Paper Hangers at the same price m All union made and labclodm Worklngmon's Shirts, black twilled with white stripo, double bosom and back, felled scams, pearl Jbuttons, 36 Inches long and full sizes, 38 cents, at the mm BOND WEJ O IRITIS I $72,000 U. S. Government, coupon 35. $7,500 Lawrence County, Ind., 4s. Belt R. R. Preferred Stock. Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock: Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD &amp...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1900. has never been recognized by Turkey. Unfortunately for us. England has pone far to establish the international doctrine that a government Is not liable under such circumstances. "We should not forcet that although Father Saloltere. an Italian priest, and eubjects of other Christian powers were Blain during the massacre?, no American citizen was hurt. Though they were living In their missions from the ?ea to thf Persian border. Turkish soldiers placed over them by the Sultan, protected them. The spirit of commercialism In its new career of forcible expansion is dangerous enough, but the spirit of religious Intolerance is even more dangerous. Four years ago it was demanding the bombardment of ContantlnqpIe. Until a New York newspaper sent the Ilev. Hepworth to Turkey to find out" and report the cause of the Armenian massacres, our people were taught to believe that the Armenians "were killed because they were Christians and that t...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1900. ...... 11 JCCRXAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. nrvr ivnilVlPni.lS JOTTTIVAL Vm. L. race. 2WS West Michigan street Telerhont: cKl. 2s7io; new. 31ii Territory west of White river. COAlrCOAL Ccburn Coal Co , K-"t et. AnUiraclte, ccie. hard and soft coaL Thon 2443. DTEINO BRILL & CO., fancy 3yrs and coert; silk curtains. any color, tknw ana finished equal to new; ali ladles' llrht cloth J.irket "Pclalty. 238 Maaacbusett venu and 1 Jiorth Illinois street FLOT'.rrfTS IlERTERMANN FLORAL COMPANY. New No. 211 Maas avc. ZJ N. Del, at Tel. UX LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OIERATTVE LAUNDRY. Work called for. 13-144 Vlrg. are. 'Phone 1253. MANTELS AND GRATES P. M. PURSELL (Maatela, Furnace). 231 Mass. aTft. PATENT LAWTERSV. IL LOCKWOOn. 415-418 Lemcg building. BALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. BuckfxMirdfl. etc.) 2S Circle. TeL 1007. EHO'.V CASE3 , WILLIAM WEIGEL, m , - 116 South PennsylTanla at. UNDERTAKERS FRAKK BLANC1IARD. W N...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 26 April 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, APRIL 2ß, 1900. Shirt Waists for Girls The new styles have come. Most of them arc duplicates in miniature of what older sisters are wearing Percales, Madras and White Goods, made without yokes. Sizes range from 8 to 16 years. Special: Girls' White Shirt Waists, with insertion trimming $1.50 The same, with additional tucks. $1.75 Sixty Waists, in colore and white, left from last season, sizes 8 to 14 years, choice 75c . Former prices f I to $1.50 each. L. S. AYRES & CO. Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work Candidates Catch It The lucky . ones... Those who get left nurse their disappointment for a season, then line up" for the fray. No Disappointments at Gall's Everybody is lucky there, and gets just what he wants. 'Every day is bargain day," and hundreds of homes are made happy. Dar Carpet Distribution attracts particular attention now. You are invited to be present any day and all day. A...

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