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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, - JUNE 2, 1900. AT THE Of every doscriptionm Joy follows tho ciothos. HIS ooo And continuing SEMIANNUAL INVENTORY in JUNE We shall make prices to close any SURPLUS LINES, including: all broken assortments, balances of cases, ir regular color or size assortments, all open stocks, printed fabrics, and staple, bleached, brown and colored Cottons. No department but will have something to close, and assurance is offered that a personal examination will be amply repaid. v MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. IAIPORTBRS, JOBBERS, , Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (WHOLESALE EXCLUSIVELY.) Useful Articles Tor Invalids. Reclining and Holling Chair for parlor and tret. CarryiRS Chairs. Wheeled Couches. Food FtcrlIizTs and Desiccators, Fedln and Spit Cup. Electric Belts, Insoles and Latteries. Bath Cabinets. WM. If. ARMSTRONG & CO., 22 and 229 S. Meridian street. Indianapolls. Ind. KUMASSIEEVÄCÜÄTED BRITISH IIAVB IMlOHAnLV BEC FOHCED TO LEAVE THE TOWN. pOTernor Hod...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 June 1900

AMÜSEMENTS. G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIIIECTOIIY. Wm. L. Rice. 2SCS West Mich ran street. Tele phones: old. 2i7j; new, ZU2. Terr'tory west of White riTtr. CO AL COA L Ccbum Coa! Co., East 22d st. An thracite, coke, hard and soft coal. Phone 2442. DYEING BRILL, tc CO., fancy dyer and cleaners; si'.k curtsies, any color, caned and finished equal to new; also ladles' licht cloth jacket a spe cialty. Z2 Massachusetts avenue and lli North Illinois street. FLORISTS- BERTERMANN FLORAL COMPANY. Nw Np. 2U Mass ava.. 221 S. Del U TeL 540, LAUXDKIES UNION CO-OrERATTVE LAUNDRY. Work called for. VS-Ui Vir-, are. I'hon 12. MANTELS AND GRATES T. iL PURS ELL) (Mantels. Furnaces). SI Mass. axe. PATENT LAWYERS V. IL LOCKWOOD. 41S-HS Leracka bulldinr. BALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Buck boards, etc) 2 Circle. TeL 1077. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL. ' t i 243 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLAN CHARD, Vi N. Delaware at. Tel 41L...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1900, SMALL SAVINGS Arc of at MUCH IMPORTANCE As large ones, but th owners of small savlnp;?, as a rule, are not duly sensible of that fact. TJv? sum ceems insignificant. They look at them absolutely, not relative ly, failing to realize that rate of growth is what makes accumulations. INDIANA TRUST CO. Is formed for the purpose of advislnjr as to all forms of investment, and of directing and takln? charge of affairs of every kind that have to do with the prudent ordering of business. It pays 3 Per Cent. Interest On Deposits of $1.00 and Upward INDIANA TRUST CO. OFFICES: Indiana Trust Building. CAPITAL, $! ,000,000 SURPLUS, $75,000 XOTICE. UNTIL OCTOBER WE WILL CLOSE AT 12 O'CLOCK M. ON" SATURDAYS. Indiana Title Guaranty & Loan Co Thie Company has the most complete Title Plan in Indian, embracing the separate Planta of ELLIOTT A BUTLER. WILLIAM C. ANDERSON, Sand THEODORE STEIN. These hare stood the test for more than a third fo a centur...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 2 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SAT UE DAY, JUNE 2, 1900. La So JkJWSS fg CO Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods Southern "Button9 Is a ftyle of decided merit. It 13 on and fastened In a Jiffy, is peculiarly shapely and carries a degree of stylo seldom equaled In a low shoe. 4 Pa risiennc" Is essentially and unmistakably a dress Oxford. It has patent kid vamp, with cloth top, silk worked eyelets, a dainty, fashionable feather-weight shoe that will please the most fastidious. Oxfords are cheaper than boots, because they require less ma terial and somewhat less labor in the making. tli anfactnrer of Grilles and Fret Work. MIXED WITH BRAINS A great painter -was once asked "what he mixed his colors with, replied, 'brains.' That is what gives to our stock its desirableness, its attractiveness, its fitness and other nesses. "We select it with brains. We cover the whole range of the market, choos ing our low-priced goods with as much care as the high-priced ones, and taking the same pai...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

THE UNJDAY URN Part One Pages 1 to 8 WEEK LT FSTAPtTSHEn IStX daily established isj. VOL. L-NO. 154, INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, 1900-TWENTY PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. JO A Ao J r A HOLDTHEHILLS BOEHS IN POSSESSION OF VANTAGE POINTS ABOUT PRETORIA. Ten Thomand Were Ready to Defend Their Capital When Last He ports Were Sent Oat. KRUGER AT MACHADODORP PART OF IIIS ARMY PROTECTING THE ROAD LEADING THERE. DU Gold Secreted In Portuguese Ter ritory, Where. He Will Also Prob ably Go Before Lone LORD EOBERTS HEARD FROM flE REPORTS THAT FRENCH IS NOHTII OF JOHANNESBURG. Met with Strong Opposition, bat Was Saccessf nl Spencer Wilkinson's Review of the Situation. LOURENZO) MARQUES, June 2. Presi dent Kruger yesterday was still at Mach adodorp (about half way between Pretoria and the Portuguese frontier, on the rail road between the Transvaal capital and Delagoa bay.) Boer commandos, totaling about 10,000 men, held, on Thursday, all the positions and hllU around Pretoria. Another large ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1800. ccck, chairman of the Kepublican congres sioaal campaign committee, was the first prominent Republican to vote for It, and the Democrats applauded hlrn. But long before the calling of tha roll was complete they-grew weary of applauding Rcpubllc- n TV r. n vfttfiri fni tri larvif omrKidmtnJ and when the vote was announced 2C0 yeas to $ hays the Democrats sat sullenly silent while the Republicans applauded vigorously. Both sides applauded when the vote on the final passage of the bill was announced 273 yeas to 1 nay. Every Indiana congress man voted for the labor amendment and the bUU PROCEEDINGS IN DGTAIL. Provisions of the Measure a Finally Adopted by the House. Associated Tree Report, WASHINGTON, June 2.-Only one vote was cast In the House to-day against the Littlefletd anti-trust bill to amend the Sherman act of 1S00 to make It more effec tive In the prosecution of trusts and com binations, their agents, officers or attor neys. Mr. M...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1900. R FRIEND OF THE CITY LIEUTENANT COVEItNOIl HAGGARD rnoLD of tiii: capital. A..' - la an Address at tbe Commercial Club He Landed the Commercial Mnienm Project. A smoker vas given at the Commercial Club last eight for the purpose of booming 4he Indiana Commercial Museum and Audi torium. On account of a misunderstand ing as to the meeting place only a small attendance was present. Judge Frank E. Gavin called the meeting to order shortly after 8 o'clock, and after briefly reviewing the plan to build the big museum and au ditorium be introduced Lieutenant Gov ernor Haggard, who had been Invited to be present, as the first speaker of the even ing. Zlr. Haggard spoke as follows: "The last time I was In this city before an audience I made a short speech con gratulating a convention on Its wisdom In the selection of a candidate for Governor, and promising my earnes-t support at the election. Being brim full of enthusiasm at the time. It was ea...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JCUKI-TALi PA7, JUIT i ) CHARGES TOO HIGH twAASAS CITV HOTCI. KKKntllH SAID TO DC VERY RAPACIOtS. Ucmbers of thf Democratic Commit t tee Ilfmandlni; that the Convrn tion rince Re Changed. 23BYAN TJBGED TO DROP 16 TO 1 LETTER FROM JOIIV RRIBE WALKER TO THE .EIIRASKAS. Latter In Besrged Xot to Imperil Uli Chances by Making Sliver an Is r ue Darker' Acceptance. TV AS II I N G TO X, June 2.-As the time for the campaign draws near, Chairman Jones, chairman of the Democratic national fom mltlee. Is receiving a number of vigorous complaints from the members of the na tional committee and other leading Demo crats throughout the country over the ac tion of the hotel people In Kansas City In the matter of rates. Many of the commit teemen have written Chairman Jones on this subject and urgently requested that a meeting of the committee be called, with a view to reconsidering its action in de ciding to hold the convention In that city. Chairman Jones says that certain mem bers ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

AMI'S THE INDIANAPOLIS JOI HAL. SrrY, JUKE 3; 1C00. ia a tpsaoUoa of tho malto of fit 'ill V i I ': Hg Boil a piece of cloth ton minutes in a solution of caustic potocft. The acid will cot all VJe are mindful cfycur toteres fi AT THE Our $1175 special suit sale carries 156 different pat" torns that are worth from $12 to $20 per suit to reproduce It will roaulro mora than TWO AND ONE-HALF HOURS to CX amlno them all, do voting cno minuto to each pattern, and yot some dealers would have you believe that" were It not for them you'd havo to travel nahod through tho worldm WE OFFKK $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind., 4s, $15,000 Indianapolis Gas Co. 6s. Celt R. R. Preferred Stock. Pelt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevensott Building. STAND BY GCV. MOUNT REPUBLICAN CONVENTIONS INDORSE ACTION IN FIN LEY CASE. Tickets Named In Several Conntles LcKlslatlve and Judicial Candidate Democratic Nominations 3Ia...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

a THE' IliDIAITAPOLIS JOUItKAL, 1 SUNDAY, :JUii: JL -v v jatAvs rusiness directory. AGLNT TStjIANAFOlI YVrn. L. TVe. 2 West Michigan street. Tel rhoncs: cid. zvw. im. Tnrory et of White river. : " COAI. Ccbarn Col Co., Et ZZ3 mt. An tiiraclte, coke, hard and oft coal. Phone 245. BRJLL A CO., 'fancy dyers and cleaners; I1X curtain.1. tiny color, cleaned and finished euual to new; l ladles' ,Urht cloth Jacktt a pe ct alty. tZ$ Massachusetts avenue and North UtinoU street. FLORISTS hnRTnnMANN FLORAL company. Ke?r No. 211 Mai ave.. 22 N. DeL aL Tel. SO. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPT!TtATTVr3 LAUNDRY. Work called for. US-Hi Vir, are. 'Mon 1260. MANTELS AND GRATES F. IL rURSELL (Macula, Furnace), 231 Maas. are. PATENT LAWYERS V. IL LOCKWOOD. US-US Lemcka bulldln. BALE AND LIVERY - ETAELES IIORACTE" WOOD (Carrlares. Trap. Duck. . board. fc) ii Circle. TeL 1007. CIIOW CASES . . . -WILLIAM ' WEIGEL, : -213 Fouth Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCHARD, 8i N. Delaware it. Tel 411. Lady Attendan...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1C00. MADE A GRAND FINISH IXDIAXATOLIS SCORED SIX RfXS IX THE MXTII IXXIXG. It After Kw "Pant" Had Shon. trrd Silver on n riayer Who, They Thonghf, Had Won the Game. Indiennpolix . 8-Kanxai City . 4 CIcTclnnd ... G Milwaukee ..3 hicago 2 naffalo . . . . . , 1 Minnenpoli 7 Detroit C Game Scheduled for To-Day. InUar.apolls at Kansas City. Clevelir.d at Milwaukee. Fnffalo at Chicago, ptroit at Minneapolis. Standing of the Clan. Clubs. Played. Won. Lost. Pet. Indianapolis 30 C2 8 .733 Milwaukee 3T 20 1.", ,r,71 Oveland 3 IS . If- .5?0 rhlMM 37 f IS .514 Kansas City 1! in ..- Minneapolis S7 IS 10 .t6 Buffalo 31 12 2 ..TkI 1MnMt 33 11 12 .233 ferial to th Indianapolis Journal. KANSAS CITY. Mo., June 2. Kansas City won the came in the eighth Inning to iy. tut Indianapolis won It back in the ninth, and it was the ninth which counted. "With the score 4 to 2 against them at the hegirnlr.g of the ninth the visitors rallied and the home team weakened, w...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

fotsfsctsrcr cf Crülcs cd Fret Werk. Ji , " w 8 Mfled o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o o Curtains A Pair. Onlj Monday's q Bargain Sale, Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and lO AVest Washington St. Hard wood -Floors latJ. finished and rsflnleheA. traw Hat Come in . and see what we Offer You for This $1.50 line Includes the very latest fads In rough straws. with fancy bands, fine English spilt straws, Mackinaws and Manilas. You can't get better goods for tl elsewhere. Our Dollar Shirts Are nev styles and fast colors. Try one. Danbury Hat Co NO. 8 East Washington St. "TELL THE TRUTH" SPECIALSi All dried fruits at preatly reduced prices. Salted crackers and soda crackers. 5c n lb. 6 lbs for 23c. Rice. 5c; tapioca. 7c. Spring chickens, 25c a lb; dairy butter, 12Hc a lb; KIgin creamery, ITc. AH canned meats for luncheons at low prices. All vezQtables at close figures. MONARCH GROCERY 112 East Washington St 16th and Illinois Sis. Telephone 1453 Tel. 1469 OUR SPECIALT...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

pn THE SUNDAY J O ÜTRNAJk Pages -9 to 16 PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 3, . 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. Ii rat? cheaper materials. In every garment, however simple, you will find ample fullness k and perfect detail work hems, tucks, seams and buttonholes finished with daintiness b and precision. . . . . . . . . . . 7n d e rHJrts Snug fitting about the hips, then broadening: to wide flare flounces, and closely set and ! very full ruffles. This style is j authoritative, and it dominates i? our present showing", even to the cheapest garments. J? Underskirts of Stern's best muslin, with six-inch ruffle headed by groups of tucks, simple but t stylish 40c Cambric Underskirts, finished with groups of tucks and hemstitch ing 09c Cambric Underskirts, with flaro flounce headed with narrow tucks and fin i?hed with deep ruffle of Point do Paris lace OSc P 5 Other special v SI -.". 81-7.. ,-alues at OSc. 81-15. 81-98 and SiM!5. finer ones up to 30. 810 and $12.30. Worsteds y t...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUBITAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1CCD. 10 ' ' - mm M " S ft 4 ! Captain Green, was shot through the legr. The sharpshooters were then . discovered In the trees and killed, not one of them escaping:. Major Lleberman. surgeon, killed one who was In a tree within a few feet of him. After the dead and wounded were placed on litters they were sent to San Fabian and I returned with my detail to San Jacinto and Immediately went on out post duty, and about 9 o'clock captured one of the enemy who was trying to pass my pest. In this day's fight we killed 300 or more, this being verified by Insurgents since captured. The next morning the regiment returned to San Fabian, as the enormouä exertion of the day before had eo stiffened the men that an active . pursuit of the enemy, though we had fouüd one, would have been Impossible. "Nov. 16, the regiment again returned to San Jacinto, with General Whcaton com mandlcg. There was no fight, however, and headquarters are established there. Th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1900. II ! TheCity'sQCIAL LIFE MM Events, Gayctles and Personal Activities of the Week 3 3 A very pretty entertainment -was given In one of the southern towns of Virginia the other day, says the Atlanta Constitu tion. It was called "Carolina Rose's Court ship and Wedding." and had somewhat the quality of a fortune-telling game. The clev er hostess who designed the novelty sent cut invitations ?orae two weeks In ad vance, making the evening a special one for the j-ouns people who were acquainted. K3ch couple was carefully selected and the Invitations so read that the persons named cane together, the young man as the yr.ur.s girl's escort. After the company was a5fmbled a small pad was distributed to each rerson accompanied with a white and goM lead pencil tied Into a narrow white tatin ribbon. Th hostess then called out a number of questions which referred to this singular courtship and wedding in which each an jwpr was the name of some beaut...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; SUNDAY, 'JUKE-- 3, 1C03. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY. JUNE 3, 1000. Telephone Calls. Uusinesa Offiet......2J J Editorial Rooms SS TKRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BY MAIL. Pally only, ene month rily only, three months rallr only, on year Pally, Including Sunday, ens year 10.00 Sunday only, on year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Paliy, per wex. by carrier is cts Fun Jay, single copy K cts JDally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 23 cts WEEKLY. Ter year $1.00 Ilednced nates to CI ab. Futserlb with any of our numerous agents or send subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. IVrsor.t sending the Journal through the malls In tht United State should put on an elcht-r rper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve r sixteen-page paper a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage la usually double these ratta.' . All communications Intended for publication In this paper mupt. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and addresa of t...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

0a r Vt-v. ;o,v, - voc c THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1C0O. 10 MULE NOT IN EVIDENCE rins Ml CH-AIU SED AM MAL V l' Isen i. rniL,irrixi;. 49 Interentlne Description of Army Transportation from an In dlnnapollii Boy. An interesting letter has Just been re vived In this city from a youn? lieutenant In t: Philippine army who served In the Or.e-hur.dred-and-fifty-elghth' Indiana Reg iment in the Spanish-American war. In It saj-3: "The Army mule and his companion, the lr.cr-whlpptl. much-swearing driver, who fc.-ivo furnished such a fund of humorous anecdotes of former campaigns, have, so f ir ns the war in the Philippines Is con cerned, disappeared. In their place we hive the clumsy caribao and his more or lf naked native driver attached to a still rr-re clumpy cart. "Thtre are a number of reasons why the mult should have ben discarded in our r.ov.Iy acquired possessions, but the chief cne is that of economy. Even In the United Ftatf-s a serviceable mule of the army fundard ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1800. BUFFALOES AT THE PARK WILL GIVE rnitrOHMASCES TUES DAY AD WEDNESDAY. . Well-Knoirn Colored Talent AVIll De Heard General Theatrical Xoies of Intercut. The Park Theater vrill be opened once more Tuesday and Wednesday of the cur rent week, when the Buffaloes, a well known local colcred organization, will give their annual entertainment. "With the Democratic convention In town this week, the Buffaloes should play to excellent au diences at their four performances. The blll presented will Include farce-comedy t vaudeville, singing1 and dancing. It is 'claimed that this will far surrass any pre vious effort of the society. The engage ment opens with a matinee Tuesday after noon, continues Tuesday night and con cludes with a matinee and night perfor mance Wednesday. The seat sale started off briskly yesterday morning. The bill to be presented by the Buffaloes Is In three parts, the first being a sketch entitled "Darkles on the Levee," which ...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 3, 1900. 15 4? . ( A LoVer of Hy Anna John Mallory was a coward- The knowl edge that h Licked something with which cttrT boys were endowed, and that it was a sh;nie for him not to have, was forced upon him while he was yet 50 ?mall that danger threatened and he ran crying 1? his mother's arms he did not knorv what the word courage meant. Other little boys jrerid at him. called him "frald cat" that doafliifst of juvenile Insults and boasted loudly that nothing could frighten them. A little later, at school, when he declined to f.pht. no matter how urgent the chal lenge or how direct the insult offered by rude boys bent on stirring up trouble, and r treated to the schoolhouse or other ?ace of safety, he learned to know what his weakness was and what the term cow ard signified, lie not only would not Join In tho pummrllngs which most youngsters ive each other with such zest and are ror.e the worse for; he did not even enjoy teinjr a looker-on at s...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 3 June 1900

20 FOR FEMININE READERS ALL, WISH TO KNOW THE SECItCT OP ARTISTIC DIIESSISG. .Women who Attend "Federation" Ja Id to Have Donble Purpose finjrcestlon About Famishing. Opinions In regard to the Important ele ments of artistic dressing are as varied as the mode?, each one of which supposed to create this Ideal condition, says a writer In the New York Sun; but one feature on which a large share of the success depends, lies In choosing a becoming color and har monious contrasts. The question which col or will best enhance your charms, conceal ing the faults and bringing out the best tints In your complexion, is offar more im portance than the average woman seems to realize. Her gown may be elegant In de sign and materials, and stunning In effect, but If the color Is unbecoming It will not bo half so attractive as the simple dress .veil chosen as to individuality of style and coloring. That the artistic side of woman's Instinct for dress 13 often wanting Is con vincingly manifest at ever...

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