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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 May 1900

INDIANAPOLIS JOUBNAI J. wkeklt FSTAr.MFiinn is:s. i YHT T . . .t QQ DAILY ESTA HUSHED 1K0. S ' VJU JU "c ,'l . INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MOKNING, MAY 19, 1900. 1)1) mi? Q nwfrc jat railway nihs ftamw. on llLJLi O li!iX10. TRAINS AND SUNDAYS, S CCXTS. - ( r V J : V Col. Baden-Powell and His Gallant, Starving Garrison Succored at Last. Announcement Made Officially at Pretoria That the Siege Was Abandoned After a Fight with the British Relieving Column. LONDON IN A GREAT TUMULT OF JOY Streets Crowded Last Night with People Shouting, Singing and Waving Flags Col. Baden-Powell the Hero on .Everybody's Lips in Front of PRETORIA, May 18. It was officially announced to-day that when the laagers and forts around Mafeking' had been severely bom barded the siege was abandoned, a British force from the south tak ing possession of the place. LONDON, May 18, 10:15 p. m. From the mention of the laagers in the Pretoria dispatch it is un derstood here that prior to the raising of the siege of Mafeking ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1900. officials of the secret service of the Treas ury Department. According to a statement prepared at the department the total value of stamps, stamped envelopes and postal card a supplied Neely was slightly les than $1.000.000 The last shipment of stamped paper sent to Havana, so far as the depart ment Is aware, was made Aug. ID, 1S?0. The postmaster general to-day received confirmation of the report that the Inspec tors at Havana have recovered $4.500 from Auditor Reeves. Director Rathbone con tinues to act In conjunction with General "Wood In conducting the postal affairs at Havana and Is In communication with the department here. The postmaster general declines to discuss the subject of Director Rathbone' future, but It Is understood that It will be determined by the facts brought to light by General Brlstow, who will ar-4 rive In Havana to-morrow. CUBAX POSTAL CODE. Document Which Vested Snpreme Au thority in Director Ilathbone. Fol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1900. New York Store Established IS S3. Sole Aernti Ilutterlck rattern. Tailored Suits at Half and Less These come with the Eton reefer jackets and with the box-plaited and inverted-plaited skirts. 8 8.SO i Sl.'.OOV 815.00 820.00 1 und Icifl baits. J io.oo r 55 17.00 f $759 tali. ) baits. J 0 bait Brilliantine Dress Skirts Made good and full, with the new box plaitcd back $2.95 and $3.95 Second Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. KNOX'S SS HATS -FOR Ladies and Gentlemen Knox's latest creations In Trimmed and Walking "1 Hats. Call and see thera. W Stephens $3 Hats :KS0K , JOV7IMA Best on Earth for the Honey. A. B. STEPHENS, Pennsylvania St Indiana Dental College Department of Dentltlry. University of Indianapolis for all kinds of dental work. The fees are to cover the costs only. Receives patients from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. St. W. Cor. Dela-rrare and Ohio Streets. AMUSEMENTS. The Denver Express" at the Park Theater. The Denver Express," a lurid Wester...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 May 1900

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAT 19, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, MAY 10, 1900. Telephone Call. Burla Office 23 Editorial Rooms 8 TER3IS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BY MAIL. Dally only, cne month V.'b Ially only. three months Z-M Daisy only, one year 8.v) Pally, incluilnjc Sunday, one year I'1 Sunday only, one year J-00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally, per week, by carrier 15 cts Funlay. single copy s ct laily and Sunday, per week by carrier.... 20 ct WEEKLY. Per year 11.00 Iledticcd Hates to Club. Fsbwrlb with any of our numerous agents or end aubscription to tb JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending the Journal tfcrouph the malls In the Unlre.i stt should put on an eUht-pase paper a ONE-CENT postage etamp: on a twelve vr lxteen-pae paper a TWO-CENT potase tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. AH communications Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of the writ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1900. 0 YOU CAN Hat modeled upon the block of 1799 with just as much propriety as you can 1899m They're both antiquated Our Hats have a mm O Air about them that Is magnetic. It may ho the price, anyhow, they nro sought after, and wo aro selling thousands of them Tho Youngs' MM V At $3 is tho caual In stylo and Quality of anything In tho world, and thoy savo you $2 at tho You'll find tho other sorts The Measure of Success In merchandising at THIS SEASON is largely dependent on prompt deliveries of the various Department lines de manded. WE OFFER very much the largest stocks of season able merchandise shown in this State, and in price, selection, quick shipment, general fair treatment, meet all the require ments for conducting a successful season's business. MURPHY, HIBBEN &' CO, Importers, Jobbers Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (INCLUSIVELY Useful Articles for Invalids. Reclining n4 Rolling Chairs for rarlor and tret. Carrying Chairs...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS" JOURNAL,-.. .SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. AGeTTtlXna Wm. L. Rice. 2 West Mlchlsran street. Tele phones: old, ti'.j ; new. ZY.iL Tcrr'ory west of White river. Cc burn Cbal O., East 11 st An thracite, coke, hard and soft coal. Phon SMS. dyeing BRILL) St CO., fancy dyr nd c'.eaners; fir curtains, any color, f!nfd and rdhed quäl to new; also la!!-' licht cloth Jacktt a s;e ctalty. T Massachusetts avenue and li3 North Illinois street. FLOKIaTS hertsiimanj floral compant. New No. til Mass ave.. 2: N. Del. st. TeL 843. Laundrius union co-orkhattvk lauxdrt. Work called for. 1C8-H4 Vlrg. ave. 'I-hon 12C3. MAN TK IS AND GRATES P. iL PURSELL (Mantels. Fumtw. 221 Mass. ave, I'ATtlNT LAWYERS V. IL LOCKWOOD. 415-4H Lemcke building. BALE AND LIVEKY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Buck boa rrfw, eta) 25 Circle. TeL 10a7. know CASES WEIßEL. 23 South Meridian Street UNDERTAKERS ! FRANK BLANCHARD. fri N. Delaware st. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. Wall, papeu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1900 7 Indiana Title Gnaranty & Loan Co TLis Company has the most complete Title Plant in Indiana, embracing the eparate Plants of KLL1ÜTT A HUT.I..KU. WILLIAM C. A NT) Kits ON. and TIIEODORK 8TEIN. These have stood the test for more than a third of a century. TITLE INSCRANCK. AKSTHACTS.LOANS. SAFi: DEPOSITS. S. A. ILL1CI1ER& CO.'S Safe Deposit Vault SO Haft Washington Street Absolute safety against Are and burglar. Po liceman day and ntxht on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money. Bonds. Wills, Deeds. Ab tracts. Silver Plate, Jewels and valuable Trunk.. Packages, etc Contains 2.100 boxes. lifnt töloHJjerjfar. JOIIX S. TAIlKIXGTOXHMMH3IaMKer. SHARES RISE BUOYANTLY L5CREASE IX ACTIVITY 1VITII A STRONG OL'TSIDB DEMAND. Dears Driven to Cover, Contributing to tbe Strength of Secnrltlep Lo cal Trade Slacks Up a Dlt. At New York yesterday money on call was easy at lYfiZ per cent.; last loan, 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, SlVs p...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 19 May 1900

THE . INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1900. I L.S.AyRESSSlCO Indiana's Greatest "Distributers of Dry Goods Golf Glo-Vc Altogether new. Is of chamois, with perforated backs and double strength grip, styles for men or women S1.J5Ö Dent's Tropical GloxJc For wheeling and driving, stylish, cool and comfortable, the Pair $150 Chamois XV ash Gto-Vcs Proper styles, all sizes. In white or yellow, at 1.00 Fabric Gto-Ves Black Silk Mitts at 60c. ZZc and. .25c Lon Silk Mitts, In opera shades, a pair, 73c and 50c 811k Gloves, with double finger tips, white, modo or gray, a Pair 50c The new Suede-flnlBh Fabric Gloves, ffray or white, a Dalr. &5c. or 50c Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. IT MUST BE Very plain to you that if you want anything in the way of Carpets, Rugs, Curtains, Wall Paper, Portieres, Screens, Porch Mats, that there is no better time than now to con sider them, and no place so good as Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Vail Paper, 17 and 10 West Washington St. lit ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

4 Part Oee Pages 1 to-8 INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1900-TWENTY PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. TUMULT OFM lUUTISlI EMPIRE IN A PAROXYSMAL STATE ALL YESTERDAY. Demonstration Following the K, lief of MnfekliiR Continuous for Over Tucnly-Fonr Hours. LADYSMITH DAY OUTDONE WILD EI1ULLITIONS FOR PEOPLE WHO ARC USUALLY PHLEG3IATIC. Emotional Scenes In the Streets of London in Which Class Distinc tion Was roreotten. CROWDS SOI-IETIMES UNRULY EVERY I'MFORMCD SOLDIER AMI SAILOR CARRIED OX SHOULDERS. Thronff So Great About the Mansion House the Lord JInyor and Sher iffs Could Not Get Oat. HEST REPORTS CONFIRMED 3IAFEKING RELIEVED 11V COLONEL 3IAIIOX OX WEDNESDAY. Xo Opposition by the Doers, "Who Had Withdrawn Their Force Court Circular Announcement LONDON, May 20, 4:15 a. m. Last night's court circular contains the following: "The Queen received on Friday night, with the greatest gratification and thank fulness, the news of the relief of Mafeking after a heroic defense of over seven months...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

o THE in the city, while discussing the possibility of a sympathetic strike, said to-day: ''The largest and strongest unions of the country nre so guarded by international and local laws that a sympathy strike practically is ); Impossible, should even a large percentage ot the local union favor it. But, there is another consideration that with the long established and influential unions has great weight, without considering the safeguard ing: union laws. It is this: The very foun dation of organized labor is lt purpose and ability to keep faith -v-lth the contracting party of the other part the employer. If the union, having made an agreement with the employer and having no difference with him, strikes in sympathy with some other vnion not affiliated with it, of what value !s the agreement? On what ground could the union base a proposition for a new agreement at any future time? "A sympathy strike by a union which has no grievance would mean that the union regarded its agreement wit...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

zur.;-.. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAY. 20, 1CC0. 3 f CRAST,BESTOS,BLAIR sTATtns or tiiiikis famous mgx ACCEPTED I1Y COXGIIESS. Interesting I''"' Both Iloaaci ami Eulogistic Speeche by Sevcrul 3Iembera, GITT THE G. A. B. jUHULC LIKKXKSS OF TIIC GREAT, SILCXT COMMAXDEU. Jllstorr o' he Undertaking? Told in a Letter Tribute to the Imminent, Patriotic Misiüarlaus, WASHINGTON, May 12. The statue of Cerural Grant, presented by the Grand Array of the Republic to the Nation, was tnveilf'l iri the treat rotunda of the Cap itol to-day and elaborate ceremonies com ir.emorath e of the event were held In the Hall of Representatives In the presence of a vast concourse of people, which included the wiilov., daughter and descendants of the hero of Appomattox, hundreds of his comrades In arms, the officers anl com mittees of the G. A. IL and many persons distinguished In military, political and so cial circles. The statue of the pre-eminent chief of the Union forcc3 In the civil war repre se...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

. i THE IKD1 AK AI'OLIS- JOURNAL, SUKDAY, IJAY 20, .ICSO. SOW 41 LAING'S SEK TAUT OF BULIHR'S A 1131 V HEADY TO cuoss i.T( Tin: rin:i: statu. Tall of the Enemy Fleeing; Commit Almost Captured by Lord Daiidonnld's Cavalry. GENERAL ETJNDLE AT TROOilEL ATTEMPTING TO CI T OFF OLIVIER AND HIS COM .MAN DO. Spencer "Wilkinson Hevievf of the Situation Three Doer Comman dant Captured by Button. LONDON. May 2 4 a. m. The usual Sat urday night's silence covered the state of war in South Africa. The cables are main ly composed of reports of enthusiastic Jubilation over the relief of Mafeklng at various points in South Africa.. A dispatch from Wlnburg, dated May 19, cays: "General Rundle reached Troomel, twenty-eight miles from here, on Friday, traversing an exceedingly mountainous country. Commandant Olivier's commando Is several days ahead of him, but stray patrols of Boers are watching Rundle's movement. His men are In excellent form. In spite of the long dally marches." A dispatch from Piete...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

TUE lKDIAKATÖLIS JOUItnAI SDUDAY, HAY 20, 1C00. 5 Fair I ' a. x. V fnüiana. The CLOTH, ALL WOOL; the fit, the shape, the stitching is the best Art. The color pure dyes. Air, sun and rain combino to ruin cloth, but wo apply all tho tests before it's made up. How many "MAKE TO WAIT" tailors can honestly say this of their clothsP Plain and Fancy Worsted Suits, $12 to $25. ' AT THE we orixci $54,000 U. S. Government, coupon 3s. 4,000 Lawrence Count v, Ind., 4s. Belt R. R. Preferred Steck. Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. ITS DAIS NUMBERED WALDKCK-KOl SfiK.tU 3JIMSTHY ox its kast m:j;s. IS Rationalist Mxietl to Administer the Coup tie (irace and Melvie la to 11c the .cv Premier. DREYFUSARDS ABE ENERGETIC THCV THROW A FEW HINTS IX TIIC WAY OF Tili: CA1IIXCT. De Cnntellnne to Interpellate the Gov ernment Ad ventures of "Gyp" Exposition Still Incomplete. (Copyright, 1900, by th...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, I. :ay 20, St. Ks -v o. jouuxal's nusixnss diiiixtoiiy. "".Vm. L. Tl?. tCS Wet M'.chlrart street. Tele rhone: old. 2i7ij; new, 312. TfTory west of whlto river. CÜAI-- COALr Ccburn Coal Co.. Ft ttd t- An J.hracite. coke, hard and soft coaL Thon 244. D Y KING- BRILL A CO.. fancy Iren and f!tnr: silk curtains, any eolir, cleaned and ringed equal to pcr; l.r Klirs licht clcth Jacktt a s; ftalty. IT-3 Masiachusctts avenue and 1SS North Illinois street. iXOÜISTS- i'.nnTnnxfA?;N' floral compant. ' Nw Nv 2tl M 21 N. I1. mt. Tel. t4fr. LA UN DIU ES union co-orrr.ATTvr; laundry. XVcrk caJKd for. IOS-144 Vlrjr. ave. Thoi on UANTCLS AND GflÄTES T. iL rURSELL (Mantels. FumwH. 2.1 Mum, it. PATENT LAWYEUS- V. it LCCIIWOOD. 413-41 S Tmcke tnlling. bAl,C AND I.IVlfHY STAT.UE3 HORACE WOOD (Carrlaee. Trap. Bark. m boara. c.) 'Ji Clrrlo. Tel. 1007. fciiow CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL. 243 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCH ARD. Vi N. Delaware st. TM 411. Lady At...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

THE-INDIANAPOLIS JOUSIUL, SUNDAY, HAY 20, 1C00. RAIN CAUSES BIG LOSS TWO GAMES WITH MILWAl'ICHn TCA3I HAD TO DC POSTPONED. Indianapolis Piny nt Milwaukee To Day, bat;l!otli Tennis Tiny Here To-3Iorrow-Lcagne Scores. Chicago ..... 7 UnfTnlo ...... B Detroit i Minneapolis O Knnpn City . 5 Cleveland ... a ClilcaRO ..... G Dostou . . . . . . 4 Rain, elsewhere. Game Scheduled for To-Day. American League. Indianapolis at Milwaukee. Minneapolis at Detroit. National League. Brooklyn at Cincinnati. Pittsburg- at Chicago. -Kcvr York at St. Louis. Standing of tlie Clubs. American League. Clubs. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Indianapolis 21 15 6 .711 Milwaukee 22 13 7 .2 Cleveland 22 12 10 .513 Chicago 21 13 11 .542 Minneapolis 21 12 13 .411 Kinsas City 25 11 13 .423 Buffalo 21 8 13 .31 Detroit 23 7 16 .301 National League. Club?. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Philadelphia 22 13 7 .G2 Brooklyn 22 11 S .fM Pitts-burg 21 11 10 .53 rhhMRO 21 14 10 ft. Louis 22 11 11 .50. Cincinnati 21 . 0 12 .123 New York 21 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

o THE. INDIANAPOLIS JQUIU7AL, SUNDAY, HA- 13, IZZ f'scuttclartr el CrlHcs id Fret Work. aSt of the Jf ot IN IL 3 Monday's Bargain Sale Axminster Rugs 2 SIZES-2 PRICES 100 Rugs at $2.87 100 Rugs at $1.87 SEETHE CHOW WINDOWS ATURDAY O UND AY COME EARLY MONDAY Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 AVe.t Washington St. Iltrdwocd Doors UJJ. Cn!ah4 nd rcftnlthed. STRAW HATS 7V ' ' f ..' I 1 INI Rough and Split Braids, for $1.00 and $1.50 ALL THE LATEST STYLES. Danbury Hat Co. No. ?S East Washington Street, HATTEKS and FURNISHERS. "TELL THE TRUTH" Dried California poaches, 10c lb; extra fancy, 13c; apricots, 12c; extra fancy, 15c; prunes, GUc; fancy, S'ic; extra fancy, 10c; Zante currants, Tic; raUlns, TVac; sun dries apples, 10c; three-pound can Bartlett pears, 15c; Green Gages, 13c; egt? plums, 13c; apricots, 13c; table peaches, 15c; extra fancy sliced peaches, ISc; two-pound can sweet sugar corn, T'sc; three-pound solid packed tomatoes, 7Vsc; June peas, 10c; string beans...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

1 Part Two 5 Pages 9 to 16 Ä PIUCE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 20, 1900. PltlCE FIVE CENTS. IT FAMOUS PASSION PLAY fl MELANCHOLY PROPHET O TUB MOST linMAnKADLE RELIGIOUS DRAMA IX TUB WORLD. DR. DAVID STARR JORDAX TALKS OF TIIC EVIL EFFECTS OF WAR. JOUKNA Indiana9 Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods. & he Summer Mat "Reignso Violets are giving way to roses, chiffons to tulle, and heavy braids to leg horns and tuscans. Tender forget-me-nots peep from folds of airiest ma line and dangling ribbons invite the playful caress of summer breezes. Welcome the new ! See, criticise and admire. Many novel, styles of rare beauty are now ready Meet a present price proposition that is conclusive argument for one's buying here and now. ßfinefy Trimmed JTpring Mats deduced Af X 7 Choiceo 26 pretty styles re al iPü.l ü marked from $5 and $6. At tC flfl The pick of 31 hats previously priced $7 to $10. A I tfQ f)A Your choice of 33 hats recent Al tP0UU iy selling at $10 and $12. The...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL' SUNDAY, HAY 20, 1C00. Tvar i3 of benefit to the Nation then let us fro In for It and say no more about its horrors, anguish, havoc and waste. But how utterly orposed to common sense tucb a contention Is. To destroy the strongest bulls, the finest cows and the most proml5lng calves of a herd of cattle Is to leave the weakest of the herd to continue th breed. This Is the best -way to Insure the degeneration of the breed. To XToaire a herd descended from the best it Is necessary to weed out the weak and the lean and unpromising. It is the A D Cef the breeder's" knowledge. The illustration can be applied to the race of men to make more forcible the argument agrainst the value of war to a nation. The nature of a race 13 determined by the e.ualities of those of its number who leave offspring. If any class of men Is destroyed those leave no offspring and their kind in time falls to fcppear. War destroys the best of the race and changes the nature of the nation ...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1900. 11 $3 TheCity'sOCIAL LIFE Events, Gayeties and Personal Activities 0 the Week Several women who had done a good deal of entertaining last winter wero talking over the season's events, says a writer In the Philadelphia Inquirer. The question arose whether "hen parties" were ever as successful as affairs at which the stronger sex figured. One hostess slyly reminded them that masculine fociety has been said to act on mot women like chamois on silver and thit no feminine guest could shine her brightest without this social polisher. This was met by a vehement denial from mother of the party. -I don't believe anything of the sort the asserted. "My experience has been that women seem to escape from a heavy cloud of self-consciousness and become spontaneous, not artificial, talkers when they meet together without the restraint of men's presence. "And as for clothes, I made careful note of t fact last winter that the luncheons t.n 1 affairs I g...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 20 May 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOTJItllAL, GUNDAY, UXiZ 2, lZd. V THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, MAY 20, 1900. , ' Telephone Calla. ruxtne Office E3 Editorial Rooms 88 THUMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. .. DAILY BY MAIL. Dally en'y. on, month 3 "9 pally only, three months 2.0 Iaily only, ne year 8.00 raiiy. including Sunday, one year 10.00 Bungay only. ene year tOO WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENTS. ralir. per weic by carrier 13 cts Funlay. single copy & cts Daily and Sunday, per. week, by carrier.... 23 ct WEEKLY. rr year ILOO Reduced Hate to CI ob. Subscribe with any cf our numerous agents or lend subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sending the Journal through the malls la the UnltM Ftats should put on an eight-race Taper a ONE-CENT postage Mumn: on a twelve wr slxteen-paro paper a TWO-CENT postage ttamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communication Intended for puMIcatlon In this paper must, in order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and ad...

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