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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

IHBIAMAJPOLIS' JOHMMAL V I'iil.licLibrary 4& t TVETIKLT ESTABLISHED 1813. DAILY ESTABLISHED 1SC3. i VOL. L-NO. 137. INDIANAPOLIS, THURSDAY MORNING, MAY 17, Ii) 00T WELYE PAGES. T"T Tl O rCPVTC ( AT RAILWAY NCTS STAND? ON X iXLKjrj ö urji c. Jtkains and Sundays, s cunts. SENT TO PRISON EDWARD P. THOMPSON AXD OTHERS ARRESTKD AT HAVANA. Former Indianapolis Poitmaiter, W. II. neevrt and Tito Clerks Lodged Jn the Cuban Tombs. THOMPSON'S CASE SERIOUS CONFESSED YESTERDAY TO HAVING USED roSTOFFICC FUNDS. Statement In Which He Said He Had Taken $135 from Money Order Account. AMAZEMENT AT WASHINGTON WHERE THE INDIANAPOLIS 3IAN WAS HELD IN HIGH ESTEE3I. All Officials or Opinion that He Did Not Intend to Keep the Money He Borrowed. BEPORTS FBOM ME. EATHBONE EFFORT TO SHOW THEY WERE NOT OFFICIAL AS REPRESENTED. Inquiry In the Lower House of ConCress The Ncely Case May De Postponed at New York. HAVANA, May 15. Warrants were Issued this evening for the arrest of Edward N w P. Thompson,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS J OURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. many hundreds of thousands of volunteers who saved the Nation from ruin. From the first, the American pension policy has been liberal for the reason that volunteers filled, our armies and the liberal pensions granted In all our wars have been compensation?. In part, for sacrifices to health and wounds made In a cause common to. all, end for the general safety and honor. "When we enlisted In the sixties we were promised" a grattful Nation's love and aid. after we returned home as victors from one of the bloodiest and worthiest wars of the world! We did not enlist for pensions and few thought of them In tne hot rush to defend the Imperiled flag; and the great sacrifice during the tragedy of tragedies of our new birth In later years made Itself felt In a great multitude of Instances, both with the veteran and his helpless dear ones. And so the pension roll Is long simply because the roll of volunteers Included over two millions of sold...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. 3 New York Store Established Sole Agents Battcrlck rattern. Wash Goods At Alteration Sale Prices S3 pieces Corded Lawn in light and dark grounds, with neat figures und stripes; all new designs; 8c FZr quality; this sale A-27-Inch Madras, the much sought after blues, reds. pinks and lavender frounds with stripes; all good ifr shirt waist effects vo 1,500 yards short lengths Corded Lawns and Dimities in light and dark grounds, with neat figures and stripes; 1 to 10-yard lengths; worth 12rt.7in to ISc; this sale A u West Aisle. : Pettis Dry Goods Co. i; I Here's the Place TO GET Soft Shirts and Underwear Wliy? Because you cant do as well elsewhere. PAUL H. KRAUSS, U East Washington Street KNOX'S WORLDRENOWNED HATS FOR Ladies and Gentlemen Knoi's latest creations In Trio med ajd Walking Hats. Call and see them. Stephens $3 Hats Best on Earth for the noney. A. B. STEPHENS, Pennsylvania St AMUSEMENTS. .obodr't Claim la Put on at tbe Park. ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. WILLCOKYEJiETO-MY PRESBYTERIAN GRXRnAL ASSE3IBLY opens IN ST. LOIIS. McEirnn Prominent Candidates for Jloderntor. BSV. DE. SAMPLE'S SERMON POI.TS FROM THE ADDRESS OF THE RETIRING MODERATOR. Problems lie fore the Chnrcli and Hovr to Solve Them The Creed RevlIon Question Foremost. ST. LOUIS. Mo., May 15. The Presbyterian General Assembly will convene tomorrow forenoon at 11 o'clock and the first Important business, to be transacted after the presentation of credentials will be the election of a moderator for which position there are a number of candidates. Those most prominently mentiimed are the Rev. Charles A. Dickey, of Philadelphia; the Rev. William McKlbben, of Cincinnati; the Rev. Dr. D. W. Fisher, of Indian, and the Rev. Dr. W. L. McEwan, of Pittsburg. One Important item of business which will claim the attention of the assembly will be the election of a permanent clerk. For that office the names of Dr. Ralston Smith, of New Y...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. 5 TRICKING FILIPINOS WILY POLITICIANS MISLEADING THE IGNOItANT NATIVES. Telling Them McKInler I Sore to Be Defeated and that Soldler Will Then Be Withdrawn. BETHEN OF GENERAL ' SCHWAN ME GIVES HIS VIEW OP THE SITUATION IN THE PHILIPriNES. Jesuits Secretly Attacking the American Authorities Island of Mindanao Almost an Empire. SAX FRANCISCO, Cal.t May 16. Briga dier General Theodore Schwan, who was General Otis's chief of staff in the Philippines for nearly a year, has arrived here from Manila In the transport Thomas. He will remain In San Francisco for a short time awaiting orders from Washington assigning him to duty elsewhere- Concerning the situation In the Philippines General Schwan Is hopeful that It will not be many months before affairs will have naturally adjusted themselves to the American control, and the robber gangs will have been stamped out, 'The robber bands," said General Scwan, 'are Incited by native politicians, who...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900, THE DAILY JOURNAL THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. ' Telephone Calls. Euslness Office 2 Editorial Rooms SS TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BT MAIL. Dally en'.T, on month V70 Dally oniy. three months Z-W Dally only, one year S-W Daily, including Sunday, one year irw Sunday only, one yar X-00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally, per wek. by carrier 15 cts Funday. single copy 5 cts Dally and Sunlay, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. t M Per year 11.00 Reduced Hates to Clubs. Pubfcrlb with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to thJOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolls. Ind. Person ndln the Journal throueh th malls In the UnltH Stat should put cn an elnt-pae paper a ONE-CENT postal stamp: on a twelve or slxten-pajre par-er a TWO-CENT po'taee tamp. Forelsa postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must, in ordr to receive attention, be acroirpanled by the name and address of the writ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY .17, 1900. SECOND CLASS TICKETS SOME OF THE ROADS TO WITHDRAW T1IE3I FR031 SALE ENTIRELY. The Monon Slaking flood Speed Record General Office of PennsylTnnla Lines to Co to New -York. The persistent efforts on the part of railroad men to retire all second-class tickets, which are a rate-disturbing element, are now bearing fruit. Yesterday local passenger officials received communications from Chicago lines to the Northwest In the form of a new rate sheet, on which second-class tickets to Colorado points are entirely withdrawn. Similar action has been taken by several other road3 reaching "Western territory, and It Is believed the movement will become general. The movement against the second-class ticket has been In existence for a good many months, and, like other measures aimed at upholding: rates, ha had a stormy career so far, but Is now able to see smooth waters ahead. Railroad men object to It because they say It Is a useless sacrifice of...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. Where It Will Be SecurejgqgJgJg Where you can get interest on it, and still where you can draw it and the interest, if you need it. Accounts May be Opened at Any Time Without Cost No Regular Amount Required Open an account to-day you will be surprised bow rapidly the interest accumulates. Indiana Trust Co. Security for Deposits, $2,CC3,CC0 NOTICE Until October we will close at 12 o'clock M. on Saturdays. Indiana Title Gnaranty& Loan Co TMs Company has the most complete Title Plant in Indiana, embracing the eparate Hanta of ELLIOTT z BUTLER. WILLIAM C. ANDERSON. and THEODORE STEIN. Thea have stood the test lor more than a third of century. TITLE INSURANCE, ABSTRACTS, LOANS. "S AFC 'DEPOSITS. S. A. TLLTCHER& CO.'S Safe Deposit Vault SO Eait Washington Street Absolute safety against Are and bursiar. Policeman d-xy and night on guard. Designed for are keep!.. of Money. Bonds, Wills. Deeds. Abstracts, ßllrer Plat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. 9 THE No man to wear sox Isn't necessary A combination of circcmistonccG-tho When, tho sox and tho price supplies all tho Inducements, and von dors coercion unnecessary Wo show sox at IS cents and 25 cents-that would matte oven Waver in his faith If ho saw the colorings and qualh tics, and knew they wcro naurantccd Tew W(Bn And not fade or crock This Is Talk INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Beds. Pillow and Chair Cushions. Hospital Rln?. Urinals, Bed Fan. Fountain and Bulb Fjnmres. Hot Water Bottle, stomach Tubes and Shower Baths. Bath Cabinets. WM. II. ARMSTRONG & CO.. -SURGICAL INSTRUMENT MAKERS 24 and 226 S. Meridian street. Indianapolis. Ind. redemption, shows: Available cash balance, $111,831.431: gold. $73,30.827. XXX Senator Fairbanks late this afternoon succeeded In passing through the Senate a till granting a pension of $100 a month to the widow of Major General Lawton. The bill as reported from the House carried only...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. W. A. CLARK'S COUP 31 ASTER TRICK OP THE 3IOXTAXA 31 AX CAUSED SURPRISE. Ills Resignation from Senate and Appointment Snme Day Regnrded as a MSet-Up Job SENATORS III A QUANDARY HAVE XOT YKT DECIDED WHAT TO DO IX THE CASE. Governor Smith Indignant at the Action of III "Sab" In Appointing Clark So Hastily. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON. May 16. Washington Is still talking about the coup of W. A- Clark, Cf Montana, In resigning from the Senate and being reappointed Senator the same day. So far as . senators will express an opinion to the effect of this action they arc -divided. -The committee on privileges and elections will meet on Friday to consider and report to the Senate the course It thlnk3 the Senate ought to pursue. If the resolution heretofore reported from that committee .declaring the election of Clark Illegal and the scat vacant, consideration of which has been postponed till Saturday, should yet be pass...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

IHE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY i7, 1900 11 PCX ERA I DIRECTORS. fXAVNER HUCHANAN LIcenwe1 embalmr.) Can iMp diphtheria and scarlet fever. Lady emtalmer for ladles and children. 32 North Illinois st. Telephon 641. new and old Old New tM. C. Tl. KRKOnA FPNEIIAL DIRECTOR, 223 N. Delaware Ft. Residence Thoiv. Nw 1743. No branch office on N. Illinois streetni i:n. EARNSIIAW Jonerh Earnshaw dld at TSderce. 0 Huron tr-t. Wednesday, May 1. at 2.13 a. m.t In his sixty-ninth year. Funeral notice latr. 11ARMENI.VO Chris II. Hjrmenlnic. at his late residence. Tuday mornlr.g. May 15, at 1:20 a m. Funeral Thursday. May 17, at 2 p. m., at reMnce. 101 East Ohio street. Friends Invited. FINANCIAL.. LOANS Money on mortgage. C. F. SAYLES. 13a Kant Market street. LoaNS On city property; 5' per cent.; no commission; money ready. C. N. WILLIAMS & CO.. 31 9 Lemcke building. WONEY-To loan on Indiana farms;" lowest market rate; privilege for payment before due; ws !so buy municipal bond...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 17 May 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1900. Xmbrctlas J J l Challenge "Bargain There are 4S0 of them made to our order from the same quality of silk serge that proved so satisfactory in last season's $2.00 Umbrella. We had them made up on close-rolling-steel frames, mounted with up-to-date handles, and furnished with matched case and tassel. Color: available are black, blue, bro'.vn or red; bandies, ratural wood crooks, trimmed black rubber, Dresden and Princess. you Choose at 1.5 O See 50 different styles in our West Kntrance Window. L. S. AyRESSSL CO r j . i lancara Yatteriu. I Micafactnrer of CrilUs and Fret Work. Summer Suits It suits most everybody, and it is right here now, life size and ready for business. Our Style That is our style life sire and ready for business and we can do so much, for so little money, to make Home Happy and Handsome Lace Curtains, Screens, Porch Mats, Summer Portieres, Rugs and do you know what a cool, inviting place that unpleasant, stuffy r...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 May 1900

INDIANA JOUR weekly established t VOT T Vn DAILY ESTABLISHED 1SS0. i VJ-i. -Li i V. INDIANAPOLIS, FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 18, 1J00. IjDTnr q mvTc cat railway xrrw stands, om lllLdD O OÜiiN lC. TRAINS AND SUN DATS, 5 CENTS. V POLIS MALo J ) i h 1 OUT OF PRISON EDWARD P. TIIOSIPSO.VS .I1A1L REDICED FROM f 10,000 to l,O0O. Cah Furnished by the Danish Conan, anil the Havana Postmaster lie leased from tbe Tombs. CHAEGE 2I0W MORE SEBIOTJS MR. THOMPSON ACCUSED OP delidERATELY UAI3IXG VOUCDERS. Also of Ordering that Changes Be 31ade In Books nnd Accounts for the Purpose of Shielding; Xeely DONE AT" REQUEST OF BICH WHO IS SUPPOSED TO HAVn ABETTED XEELY IX FRAUDS. E fTort to De Made to Secnre the $20,OOO Pat lp by the Muncie Man as Ball 3Ioney. HIS SURETY. BOND $30,000 WHICH WILL ALSO GO TO REIMBURSE THE GOVEHX3IEXT. Congress Asked by Attorney- General Griggs to Proxlde Lair for the Extradition of Xeely. HAVANA, Slay 17. The principal charge against tho Havana postmaster, Edward P. Thompson, who,...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 May 1900

2 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900. presidential election In the United States they might feel pretty sure of intervention." ' At Johannesburg the women are forming a police corps, so as to release every man for fighting purposes at the front. Dr. Arthur, who was at Dundee during the Boer occupation, asserts that there are several hundred Englishmen serving In the Boer forces, who would desert !f assured of pardon from the British. The Pretoria official list of foreigners shows ICO Englishmen who are not fighting, but hold their residence In the Transvaal by special permission. They are bank clerks, engineers and shopkeepers. Durban reports the receipt of a telegram from Lourenzo Marques, stating that a Doer plot to blow up the British cruiser Forte was discovered and that. In consequence, the warship steams out seven miles nightly. President Steyn saw the fight at the Zand liver. The Impression he got there was that his burghers could not face Lord Roberta In a pitche...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 May 1900

ALSO FüLLü. -ilvJ i.-ur 1 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900. v i New York Store Estubllahed 1K33. Sole Agrnta Butterick Patterns. Store News ToDay.... ) pieces Dimity Cords In light blue, dark blue and black grounds, with figures and stripes; lSVc f, r Quality; alteration sale price.... 4 - 0 pieces finest Irish Dimities; all new designs; r. OSr yard en'a Negligee Shirts with Cr two collars for 41ow Tops; worth up to 50c; -- 11. thin blown soda, milk or lemond3 Tumblors; worth SOc; . EA. his sale, a dozen erless Ice Cream Freezers $1.49 to $2.25 jttis Dry Goods Co. "ELL THE TRUTH" Jw that tho summer days have come, -void the kitchen fire. , me to the Monarch grocery, 'or luncheon goods inquire. Allhe potted meats at close figures; also lobst, salmon, oused mackerel, sardines, cavfc etc.. . Dot forget the Frankfurter sausage. Full nea of olives, Manzanllla plmlentos. MONARCH GROCERY 112 Eai Washington St 161 and Illinois Sts. Telephone 1453 TcL 1469 TUf Large Stock and L...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 May 1900

LaL3ü FüLi fT'li OürY L THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY, 18, 1900. E DAILY JOURNAL FRIDAY, MAY 13, 1900. I Telephone Call. m Ofllc. 2CS Elltorlml Rooms SS j TER3IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. I DAILY BY MAIL. oty. cn month f.1.71) -only, three months 2.00 lr-nly. one year 8.00 Incluling Sunday, one year 10.no V only, one year too XI1ES FURNISHED nY AGENTS. j per week, by carrier 13 cts V. Plnle copy S cts and ßunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. !?ar R.00 Reduced Rates to Clnbs. -.crib with any of our numerous agents cr subscription to th (ÄNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, . Indianapolis, Ind. vm tending the Journal through the malls ) UnltM States should put on an elKht-pae ( a ONE-CENT postage Kump; cn a twHve xten-pae paper a TWO-CENT postage i. Foreign postage is usually doubl these rommnnfeations Intended for publication In aper must. In order to receive attention, be pan let i by the nam and address of the cteI manuscripts will not be returned ,s postage Is inclosed for that purpo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900. TAYLOR AND BRADLEY In the election of United States senator in the last Legislature. "We also denounce In unmeasured terms the betrayal of Republican principles by the eleven Republicans who voted for and assisted in the election at the last Legislative Assembly of a Democrat In the person of W. A. Clark, to the United States SenatejHEAD KENTUCKY DELEGATION TO NATIONAL CONVENTION. Washington and Pennsylvania Streets. "We denounce the statement recently made in the United States Senate that 80 per cent, of the people of Montana favor a Democratic United States senator, no First Straw Hat Talk Is Interesting. We wish to announce a special lot of Men's New Straws in three Governor Taylor' Every Aet Com matter whom he may be. and assert- that the people of Montana, if given the oppor mended and Drndley Indorsed as a Hönning: Mate for McKinley. tunity, will send as our representatives two Republican senators." A minority report approved the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 May 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; FRIDAY, MAY; 18, 1900. jotnxAii iilsixrss directory. AGENT INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL Wm. L. Rice. :c,3 West Michlcan street. Tierhor.en: old. iSTi.; nei White river. 2U2. Territory wet of COAL COALr-Ccburn Coal Co., East ZZ1 et. Anthraclte. coke, hard and oft coaL Phone ZMj. DYELNO . EIU LI. & CO., fancy ?yrrs and e!enr: Hk curtain, any color, eh-aned and finished equal to new; a!.n ladjrs' ilht cloth Jack-! a r-e-e'alty. S Massachusetts avtnue and North Illinois strwt. FLORISTS-: nKirrEr.MANTr florae com pant.' New Nr 2U Manx avi.. 2-S N. Del, st. Tel. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OrTTKATIVr: LAUNPP.T. Work called for. 133-14 Vlrg. vt. '.Xnone 12S3. MANTELS AND CRATES P. IL PURS ELL Mantels. Fumicw). 221 Mas, are. PATENT LAWYERS V. II. LOCKWOOD. - . 4U-41S Lemcke bnlldlng. BALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carrlaces. Trap. Burkboards. t?c. 2S Circle. Tel. 1057. BIIOW CASESWILLIAM WErOET.. 2ij South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS ' FRANK irLANCrTARD. WN. De...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900.. THE Central Trust Company Arts a executor, administrator. fruardlan. receiver. aKijrnee or truste under will or by appointment of court. Takes entire chnxce of estate, real and personal. Acta as ac?r.t for married women and others rtapectlnj th-ir individual property la the management of their estates. Acts as custodian . for wills and other Important rap-, and consults as to them and ail Uust cutters without charge. Office No. ISO East Market St. TRUSTEESHIPS Carefully and economically ADMIXI STERED THE MARION TRUST CO, SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. I LL7CHER& CO.'S Safe Deposit Vault CO Cast Washington Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. Policeman day and night on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money, Dondi, Wills, Deeds. Abstracts. Silver Plate. Jewels and valuable Trunks, Packages, etc. Contains 2.100 boxes. Bent 95 to 845 per year. JOHN S. TARKI.GTOMMMW.Manaser. SHARES WERE STAGNANT .AVA LI STREBT APATHETIC A...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1900 Queen Qualify Fits where others fail. It f looks right, it feels right, and it wears right Then there's a style for every taste. Judge by these extremes: STYLE 587. Hand-sewed and turn, wide toe, common sense shape, soft kid, soles like velvet to tender feet. STYLE 534. The Rnby shape "Mannish,1' extra heavy' Kiho calf, low heel, heavy fole. with extension ede, hand-sewed. These and 40 other styles the name branded on every pair. Boots $3.00 Oxfords $2.50 L.S.AVnESfgl CO Standard Yatterns. i A'.scufacturer of Grilles acd Fret Werk. A Busy Week The G. A. R. Encampment, The Grand Lodge I. 0. 0. F., The Amalgamated Workers, The Homeopathic Society, The Eclectic Medical Society, The Indiana Hay Makers, The Seventh Day Adventists, ' The Theater, The Dog Show, Base Ball sy ij r and Uail. And Gall has something for all. Don't go way without making a call on Albert Gall 17 and ID Weat Washington St. ITardwocd Floor laid. flnUhad and r3nUhd. Eve...

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