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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1900 Fair weather. WILL SOT BE ROBBED Donlin. with two friends, were on their way to Eagle river, Wisconsin, where they Intended to spend several days fishing. John H. Donlin was born In New York State in 182. He removed to Chicago many 5'ears before the great fire and was one of the most active workers in rebuilding Chi cago. Among the many structures erected under the supervision of Mr. Donlln are the couthouses In the cities of Kankakee. Quincy and Lincoln. III., the $250.000 gov ernment building at Fort Snelling and the Wigwam. In which George B. McClellan was nominated for President in 1864. Mr. Donlin was a captain in Ellsworth's Zouaves. ARBITRATION ASKED Straight Road To Health Is by the way of purifying the blood. Germs and Impurities In the blood cause disease and sickness. Expelling these Impurities removes the disease. Hood's Sarsaparilla does this and It does more. It makes the blood rich by Increasing and vitalizing the red ...

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. — 16 June 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. AGENt'iNDlCnA Vrru L. Rice. SS03 West Mlchiran street- Tele phones: eld. 2i); new, 21-2. Territory west of White river. COAL COAL Ccfcurn Coal Co., East 223 st. An thracit. coke. Lard and ooft coal. Phone 241. FLORISTS rerterman: floh at company. New No. 2il Mass ave.. 22 N. Del. st. Tel. SO. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUXDHT. Work called for. 1CS-1 Vlrr. ave. 'Mian EM. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL PUHS CLL (ManUia, Furnace. 231 Mass. are. PATENT LAWTER3- V. II. LOCKWOOD. 41S-41I Lemcke building. BALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Buck boards. tc-T ü Circle, TcL 1037. fcHOW CASES WILLIAM WEI GEL. 243 South Meridian Street. UND ERT A KE R S FRANK RLANCHARD. N. Delaware st. Tel 41L Lady Attendant WALL PAPERS H. C. STEVENS. New Styl Wall Paper. Low prices. iZj N. ttenate are. TeL 2 on 2,2. . FUNERAL DIRECTORS. FLANNER A BUCHANAN (Licensed emfcalmers.) Can ship diphtheria and acarlet fev...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1900. aw I Indiana Title Guaranty & Loan Co Tlili Company has the most complete Title Plan in Indians. embracing the separate PJantaof ELLIOTT A BHTLEH. WILLIAM O. ANPEUSON. and TJIEOHOUE KTKIN. These have stood the test for more than a third of century. TITLE ISCRANCK, AIISTRACTS.LOANS. SAFE DlirOSITS. S. A. F LE1CMUR& COS Stxfo Deposit Vault 30 Eaat IVaaUlnstton Street Absolut safety against Are and burglar. Po liceman day and night on ruard. Designed for afe keeping of Money. Bond. Wills. Deeds. Ab trmcta. Kilver Plate, Jewela and valuabls Trunks. Packages, etc ConUtna 2.100 boxe. lient n& to etoreryear. J OH.t S. TAnKI.XGTOX-SIaBaier. CLOCK ALMOST STOPPED BlSIXnSS EXTItEMELY DILL OX TUG SEW YORK EXCHANGE. Deeper Stagnation Each Day Flurry In Northern Pacific the Only Inci dentGood Jane Local Trade. At New York yesterday money on call was easy at 1462 per cent.; last loan, 1, per cent. Frlme mercantile paper. &VA per ce...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 16 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1900. 8 Queen Quality jThQe$ . j Mannish" ! "Elite" Ü 3 ' rPl PatentK,d H KiboKidtPO I HI Li sss K vi y I ,S BRAN3Ea f 'i. IS BRANDED I A 'J EvER V X. VJ 0!i EVERY Fasnlcns Favcritc. The Tarisicnnc OXFORDS Light and Graceful AN. tC s2,5 Etjcclu$iOe Argent Jo o o Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. Short Chance WALLPAPER Closes with the week At Short Prices There has been a great run all alon the line. EVERY ROLL OF WALL PAPER AT CUT PRICES Has helped hundreds of homes. EFBe In It This Week. Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Vail Paper, 17 and 19 Weit Washington St. Hardwood Floors laid. fln!t)d and r.flnltta.d. PECULIAR HABITATION. Since It Waa Dlacovered ISo Brasses Have Been Stolen. For some time a gang has be-en annoying the officials at the Union Station by steal ing brasses and other pieces of metal left In boxes at either end of the sheds for mergency and to replenish the supply of Incoming and outgoing trains. The brasses weigh ei...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

JOÜRNA Part One Pages 1 to 8 A, -o TTEEKLT ESTABLISHED 183.- fTTrVT T Va PRICE FIVE CENTS. DAILY ESTABLISHED 1SC0. Ju 1 U . JLhö. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1900-TWENTY PAGES. KOT SEEKING IT SENATOR FAIRBANKS DOCS XOT DE gIRE TUG NOMINATION. Itrltrrntlon of the Statement that lie Is Not a Candidate for Vice Presidential Honors, HIS POSITION MADE CLEAR II n PREFERS TO ItEMAIN A ME3IBER OF THE UNITED STATES SENATE, And Cannot Be Induced to Change Ills .Mind, Unless Extreme Party Xe- cesslty Compeli Ulm. IP THERE BE A DEADLOCK AND THE CONVENTION SHOULD DE- CO. ME INVOLVED IN A SNARL, Then Ills Indiana Friends May Pre sent Ills Name In the Interest of Party Harmony. ACCEPTABLE TO M'KINLEY HIS NOMINATION WOULD AFFORD THE PRESIDENT SATISFACTION. Arrival of Delegates and Visitors at Philadelphia Several Indl anlans Among: the Number, Erial to the Indianapolis Journal. PHILADELPHIA, June 16. Indiana's personal Interest In the vice presidential question took definite shape to-day...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

o THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUKE 17, 1CC3. British minister to China, -with the Tsung LI Yamon, five foreign ministers demanded a safe conduct for their servants and their people; notifying the Tsung LI Yamen that they could no longer maintain their rela tions with the government. The answer was: "Certainly not. "What otHer an swer could be expected In a civilized coun try 7" This was followed by an Increase of the forces around the gates, and the next night widespread Incendiarism. This In cendiarism prevailed among the foreign residences. The massacre of native Chris tians and other friends of foreigners was also common. The buildings of the Amer ican missions, the customs, the mess quar ters and a number of other structures were destroyed. The guards alone saved the for eigners, who, it Is stated, are huddled in legations, very short of food and deserted by native servants. LI ORDERED TO PEKING. Latest Chines reports state the Empress has ordered Liu Kung Yih, Chang Chi T...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, V SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1800. i THE OFFICIAL TRAIN CATiUVIXG THE INDIANA DCLCGA TIOJT TO nilLADELrillA Three rnllman Sleepers and m. Dlnlns Car Constituted the Trnln - That Left Last Mght. W. S. TAYLOR AND WIFE WENT KENTUCKY'S FORMER GOVERNOR HAS NO FEAR OF KIDXAPIXG. Indiana "Will Be "Well Represented at the Convention Local Po litical Gossip. The official train, composed of three Pull man sleepers and a dining, car. pulled out of Union Station at 6:25 last night crowded with Indiana Republicans bound for the national convention In Philadelphia. In one or the sleepers was a buffet In charge of Hirry 13. Gates. Among those who went on the train were a great many members of the Columbia and Marion clubs, none of tvhnrn was uniformed. There was no osten tation about the departure. The four conches had no decoration of any sort and r.o band accompanied the delegation. The four cars were coupled to the rear of the Knickerbocker train, which Is ched uled to arrive In...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, ISoO. BEETDER HIT M RUN CHICAGO "WAS COMPLETELY AT THE MERCY OF KLLLIM. Only- Three of Comlnkry' Crew Per mitted to Krach First, One on tin Error find Tito on Passes OVER 9,000 PEOPLE CHEERED THE REM All K ADLE WORK OF THE INDIANAPOLIS PITCHER. Applnnse Won liy Flynn and Mngoon Drop in the Club Hatting V Percentages. Indianapolis. G Chicago . .... O Minneapolis . 8 Buffalo O Milwaukee . . 5 Cleveland . 1 Kansas City.. 4 Detroit 3 To-Day's Schedaled Games. Indianapolis at Chicago. Buffalo at Milwaukee. Detroit at Kansas City. Cleveland at Minneapolis. Standing of the Clabs. Clubs. Played, won. Lost. Pet. .674 .571 .5C3 .540 .500 .41 .cot Indianapolis 43 Chicago 43 Milwaukee 43 Minneapolis 50 Cleveland 45 Kansas City 51 Buffalo 47 Detroit 48 29 14 23 27 27 21 -1 23 23 26 SO 32 17 14 ßpecla.1 to the Indianapolis Journal. CHICAGO, June 16. Indianapolis to-day secured complete revenge on the locals and stored some up for future accounts. Kel lum...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS' JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17; 1CDD. liJU"1 yu WE ODPISR $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind., 4s. $15,000 Indianapolis Oa Co. 6s. fielt K. R. Preferred Stock, Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Trice and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. WAR TO THE KM AM) PRESUMABLY KNIFE TO THE HILT IX ST. LOUIS STOIKE. Negotiations Off and Gompen Will Turn the Federation of Labor Aftalnftt the Railway Company. NOT READY FOR ARBITRATION TRWSIT COMPANY'S POSITION ON ItCISSTATEMKNT OF MEN. Stahna II rent he Dire Threats Against the Corporation' for Rejecting the Proposal of the Men. ST. LOUIS. Mo.. June 16. War to. the knife was the slogan adopted by the strik ing employes of the St. Louis Transit Com pany to-day. This extreme action was decided upon this afternoon when the proposition, adopted by the striking street-car men yesterday, looking to a settlement of the strike, was turned down by the 7.ransit Company. Samuel Gompe...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

The Starr fwm Co. G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, -IC33. JOCRNA13 BUSINESS DIRECTORY Wm. L Kir. 23 West Mlch'tan street Tele- hone: okl. Zs7l; new. 2X00. Territory wet 01 Vbite river. COAtr- COAL-Ccburn Coal Co., ' rast Cd st. An thracite, coke, hard and oft coaL Thon 24U FLORISTS r.ERTF.nMAK FLORAL COMPANY. New No. 211 Mils a ave.. 22 N. 1I. t- TeL S4X LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPFTtATIVB LA UND TIT. TTork. called for. 133-14 Vlrg. e. -.-Hone HSX MANTELS AND ORATES T. M. PURSELL (llanteis, FumtCM). 231 Mass. are. PATENT LVWTERS- V. IL LOCKWOOD. w Mt 41S-41S Lemcke bulMlnc- SALC AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Burk board3. etc) . 25 Circle, TeL 1057. SHOW CASES WILLLVil WEIQEL. et 243 South Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLAK CHARD, 90 N. Delaware st. Tel 411. Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS- II. C STEVENS. New Styl Wall P-rr, Low prices. Jd N. Senate ave. TeL 3 on 2SS2. FOERAL DIRECTORS. FLANNER & BUCHANAN Licensed embaimers.) Can ship diphtheria and 'sca...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17; isdo. A DREAMER FROM JAPAN ION!: .t'OGL'ClII VISITS CHICAGO AXD i:riu:ssns ms views. He lind No Trace of Dnllnens, bnt Is ot Altogether Flensed with What lie Sees About Him Chios ?o Post. Some six years ago Tone Noguchl left his own fowery land of Japan to study the ways and speech of Americans. Yone 'opuchi is a poet, a dreamer of dreams. A rose petal puts him in ecstasies; a bill- A b'Xird drives him to frenzy. Until a few d.iys ago he lived on the .Pacific coast, yhTe he could watch the sun sinking far beyond the Golden Gate and breathe to It a message to his kin at home. But when r. would turn and face the evidences of mad money-getting all about him the con trast was grating. If he could not dream hll the time he did not want to jdream, at. ail: so he came to Chicago. Not yet recovered from the bewilderment of that wild ride across half the conti nent. Yone Noguchl was found by the Kvenimj Tost, and he kindly consented to talk of his I...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, ICuQ. 0 . . - Ä v a a a AAA AAA A AAA A A AAA a Manufacturer cf Grilles and Fret "Work. SOO ' 800 Spring Carpet Samples POSTMASTER HESS DEAD OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO - nwv o O o - ' . - m ft 1 r CLOTnlMQjiATS AMD ItUBWIoninuo-- HE HAD BE EX VERY ILL FOR A PE ItlOD OP THREE WEEKS. IN o o Monday's Bargain Sale A GREAT CHANCE FOR Mr. Hess Warn One of the Well-Knotrn and Substantial Citizens of the CItr. THE PR0QRESS.STEVENS0N BUIIDING.INDIANÄP01JS O o o A 1 fi o o 0 To) n nrzn C. j y 7 SOO Three Hundred of them (only.) They are 1 4 yards long. Regu lar value 2.25 to f3.00. Choice Monday, $1.38 Albert G'a Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 West Washington St. Hardwood Floors lall. flnlshsd and rtflnlihed. STRAW HATS The very latest styles In rough and split braids for 11 This Is a special lot of very fine gxods that sell regularly for SHIRTS The very latest rattern?, with two high band, turn-down collars and cuffs to match, in Madras...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

Lta THE SUNDAf: JO ORN A Paras 9 to 16 J, PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 17, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. K AN'"' Hat hing Suits Visions of Ocean Grove and Atlantic City arc aroused by r . t t J these newly opened cases of f t bathing" suits. The shimmer of fine brilliantine, with its em bellishments of braid and an chor, is proof evident that none needs to embark on her summer outing without a thoroughly elegant and fashionable gar ment to brave the breakers. ' Blue, Brown and Black Bathing Suits cf Mohair Brilliantine, s-i.fK? to sir, o Flannel Suits, nicely braided, at up ward from "One Only" The conjuring power of "one only" together with the temp- ting" prices ot tuese lew pieces or tdic luiuiiuiu 3uuuiu uuu ua purchasers before Monday is many hours old. One Oriental Swing:, was now glS-To One hand-carved, three-fold Oriental Screen, reduced from to ...o OO One Antique Sofa, 7 feet 6 Inches long, of solid mahogany, serpen tine front $;roo This piece is over a h...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1CC3. 10 h? lias lx-cn imported by 'at least thrce fi!th3 of the preat councils known as the Nul Koh and ihn Klun Kl Chu and not the Tsung II Yamen or Foreign Ofllce (which Is an inferior department), as is errone ously retorted In the press of the Western world. A RADICAL INNOVATION'. As the struggle progressed the Emperor became -more and more a prisoner in his cwn palace, his friends were attacked and rendered powerless. Those high in ofllce were degraded or beheaded, and those low in ofllce sent to districts where thy had no following and did not even know the local language. The Empress dowager with superior acumen saw the increasing: reaver of foreign nations and attempted to utilize it on her own behalf. Jt was she who insisted upon vlolatins all the prece dents of her country by having Kwang Su receive Che ambassadors in person at Pek ing. - To us the event had little significance. In China it made a shiver throughout the empire. Th...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1900. 11 S3 TheCity'sOClAL LIFE 1 I! Events, Gaycties and Personal Activities ofN the Week a HetTvern the 1,1 lira. Ir. fl!fn time the minstrels found unless thlr .-)r.jrs they'd wast Ter? well to tit th?!r hits and laj- unto thlr hearers' fast?: And w to-day the j'CKt find unlFS their fame they'd dim Ti well to match their verses with their read ers latent vrhlm. V.hn Fashion rays c!d-fa$hfcr.-!d nanifs are comlnx In axaln. T take koM care to write of Ruth and Dorothy and Jan; Ar.! when Society rrocUlm a truce to such as the?. f hold our very pens in air, lest we should fail to please. YVhn a5tht come over here and fascin ates our land. V write of girls j willowy that they can scarcely ftand: Put when athletes is th Rod to which th veorl1" kneel. Cur verse direard the girl who do?s not golf and whfi. ?h i, as th dayH anj years by, and fashions take their turn. F-r ev'ry difTrent typ of srirl our hearts are Mid to burn: F it. while -we foll...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

.'I 9 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, .1CGD. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY. JUNE 17, 1900- Teleplione Call. JDustneas Orfc.... I.r35 KJitorial Rooms. ...'.$! TCll-MS OF SL'DSCIIIPTIOX. DAILY BY MAIU Dailr only, n month $a.7o 2.00 8.0) 10.00 2.00 Ually only, three, months Dally only, one year Iallj including Sunday, one year bunday only, on year WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Pallr. rr wek. by carrier IS cts Sunday, tingle copy Sets Daily and Sunday, ser week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Xtr y Li 1. 00 Ilednced Hates to Clnbs. Subscribe with any of our ruaaeroua agents or nd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolls, Ind. . Tencrtn sending th Journal through the malls In tha United State should put on an eight-page raper a ONE-CENT postage stamp; on a twelve or ilxteen-paga 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...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1800. 13 THE PLACES OF STRIKERS IIOW TIIHY ARC FILLED OX SHORT XOTICE DY .OXlMOX 3IEX. IndtanapolU Men I1elnr Sent to St. Louis to Work on the Street JlnlliYfty Linen. It 1 believed that since the street car Itrlke in St. Ixmis Is apparently so near a settlement a large number of men from this city will soon be sent to the Mound City to take the places of strikers. , A man by the name of Ne-whouse Is said to be em ployed by the St. Louis company to get tnen here. Labor leaders say that there Is a system by which nonunion men, held ever ready to take the places of strikers for a little premium wages, are kept in line almost bs well as If they were organized under a Constitution, code of by-laws and equipped vrith paraphernalia, Thomas II. McLaln, formerly manager of the street car com pany in this city, is said to be the orlgi tator of this system. McLain Is known as labor union breaker, and unions of street railway men In Indianapolis, Clev...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

Ä.35 HI 2.2 f 45 4(5 5 45 zo G. lO 1.30 11 45 1 1 05 i lO li ; ;i 25 11 45 11.4 5 li-43 ( 14 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1S0O. LOCAL MUSICAL WORLD A.ot.rnMOTs or( ixtkiiest ix TJIC HARMONY LI.E. Iosic at Manx "f ! Churchea To-Dnr -Late Theatrical Gossip ) of Interest. M'ss Threslna Wagner will giv a recital before the I. M. T. A. In Columbus, Ind., June CS. Mr. Christian Oetechlagel has opened a mmmer college at his country home In ßplceland, Ind. 2lr. J. Raymond L.ynn -will fins the of fertory foIo at the Central Christian Church this morning. Jlrs. Edith MoCarty, assisted by her pu pils, will give a concert at Center, Ind., Friday evening of this week. Mr. Frank N Taylor will sing "It Is Knough." Mendelssohn, at the chapel serv ices at Butler College this afternoon. An elaborate programme will be played by the Indianapolis Military Band this afternoon and evening at Fairview Park. MI.-s Helen KIrkland. contralto, of New York city, will fins "Abide with Mo."" by Ie K...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUNE 17, 1900. trUELISHED HV SPECIAL AltRAISGEMEXT.) . The "Bardof tihe HBattgry Oy DAILEY Copyright 1900 by Bailejr Millard. The other nlht, while raining hard, I wa'ked along the street. 'Now, what rhymes with 'hard? Card, lard, regard, bard yes, bard. I was but a poor old bard. Who walked with limping feet. "No, 'walked will never do. I u?ed It In that second line. Better make It 'strode along the street in that line. Wonder If they'll send this back, like they did all the rest. "Well, I can't help writing, and they'll want all they can git of my poetry by 'n by. It's in me, anyways, an it's Jest got to come out." Old Massey had begun his eighth poem for the week. Verse came very easy to him. He had a natural gift for it, so all the folk along Mission street said, and he believed in himself. Byron was never prouder of his verse than was Royal Mas sey of his wonderful-quatrains. He. -always wrote in quatrains. Couplets, he despised. The bell over ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 17 June 1900

IG THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JUKE 17, 1C00. FOR- FEMiNINE READERS A COnnESroXDDNT OnJECTS TO TIIK rilEVALENT "DEALTY TALKS.' rrfifnt Faahlon Make Dreanlng for Dinner Enij--"Way of the IVoinnn Hefornaer Varlon Sagst? stlona. The chief end of woman is to beautify herself and to be a girl forever. That is. one would suppose so Judging by thj "beauty talks" we see in print. 'How to Sorestall and obliterate wrinkles is a mo mentous question with women. How to overcome the telltale scragginesa of the throat, how to prevent the corners of the mouth from drooping, how to guard against "crow's feet," in short, how to look twenty at seventy, seems of paramount interest. There is one beauty of youth, another of maturity and another beauty of old age; lor one beauty differs from another, ami happy is she who recognizes each In its crder. That a woman of fifty should regret the roFcs of twenty is not to be wondered at. That she should spend the rest of her life In seeking to restore them...

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