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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1C00. it AMERICANS DID WELL DEFEATED THE ENGLISH ATHLETES OX THEIR OXVX .FIELD. Won Eight Out of Tvrclve Events In Contest vrlth Best-Trained Men of the British Empire LONDON. July 7. American athletes today won eight out of thirteen of the amateur events for the championship of Great Britain at Stamford Bridge. The Americans competed in enly twelve of the events. Such a clean sweep Is without parallel. The New York Athletic Club cot the lion's share, taking the weight putting, hammer throw, pole vault and four-mile run. Pennsylvania was second, winning the high jump, hurdles and long Jump. Georgetown University won the one-hun-dred-yard dash. Princeton University secured second race In the one-hundred-yard zsh and tre high jump, while Chicago University secured tne same place in the quarter-mile run, and Pennsylvania University added to her other laurels by getting second place In the pole vault. Syracuse University failed to put in an appe...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

V L. S. Ayrc SI Co. Indiana's Greatest Distributer of Dry Good A XOcdding cA 4tA In-cJt'fczficn Suggests a bridcs present. That brings our art floor into mind. "We, in turn, suggest: Stituary of Italian Marble, Jo.CO to Stnunry of Decorated Clay, 51.23 to ' French Bronzes, $5.f0 to S 10.00. ivlr.talji of oynx. marble and fine vrof. to 111.00. Vflsrs of Ilnyal Ronn. .arlbad. Tlf any, Cyr-r'.:. Itoval Saxe and Iibt lylo. Jl.fM to JIT.fiO. Jardiniere of Wedgewood, copper, hammfrrd bras and Austrian pottery. 1. 00 to 12.50. Aurelian an! Iuw1m. Art Tottery, at from Hv to riaqiH-s of hammered bra5S, 5100 to Swedish Plagues, with pyrographic d-coration, J12.5. Candelabra and Candlesticks, Bisque Staturttr. Cameo "yare and a whole gallery of Pictures extend your opportunities for a happy pel ctlon. ! L. S. Ay"RES&. CO rrrrrrrrfrrfrrfrrfn rrr rrx-rrK a j j 1 Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. Fall Goods Which have come ahead of time Monday's Bargain Sale AXMINSTER RUGS 0x12, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

JOURNAL. Pages 9 to 16 ÄCE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1900. miCE FIVE CENTS. CHINESE ARMY AX UNTRAINED BODY WITH A IUDICCLOUS KQUIPSIEXT. As a Ttace the People Are? Not Fighters, and Mere Numbers-Signify .Little nu to Strength. There is no army in China in the sense the term would be understood here. That which passes for an array is a mere rag tnd bobtail actuated in the larger part by 1 ,n rnake and efficiency been at all commenthe most nonsensical notions of nineteenth uratc with what they were made to cost century prowess possible to conceive. It is I a veritable circus to see a front of Chinese spear or pole men with their twelve-foot-long bamboos-, from the upper part of which flirt streamers of red, blue and yellow, these, upon being strenuously shaken, accompanied by shrill cries, supposed to carry terror to the hearts of ai! enemies. And It is certainly suggestive of the hippodrome as we know it to witness the ad vance of the heralds as they scramble ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

10 IHE INDIANAPOLIS- JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1C00. lunllght guttering on their drawn abers. make a rallant show as they grallop by on thoroughbred Arabian hor?c. while the footmen and outriders, "wearing powdered wlfcs and llvcrirs of Rold and carlet. in crease the shining pageant, amid the vivas of the people and th music of the military band, rendering the "Hymno Xaclonal" Inside the chapel. The royal palace at Madrid Is conceded by all authorities to be one of the most beautiful structures In the world; and cer tainly none occupies a more superb situation, overlooking the entire city, the royal gardens along the dry river bed of the Manxanares and commanding a view of the Guadarrama mountains, often covered with mow, eternal summer smiling at their feet. It occupies the elte of the Alcazare?, which date from the eleventh century, and were destroyed by an earthquake. Another palace was erected here by Henry IV, enlarged by Charles V, whose successors. Philips II and III, embellis...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS' JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 0, ICOJ. 11 5 The City's JOCI AL LE FE 3 Events, Qayetics and Personal Activities oT the Week 3 At this season of the year, when the country is at Its best, rays the New Orleans Times-Democrat, the house party is one of the most popular forms of entertainment; and. given a commodious house, a generous host, a self-Eacriflcinff hostess and a party of well-bred and congenial guests, nothing is more delightful. Lacking these Important concomitants, however, the house party can be a very trying ordeal indeed. One of the essential features of successful entertaining in the country is a well-ordered household, comprising a sufficient number of carefully trained servants to render service to every guest. Not only is it a transgression of the social code to invite more guests than the ordinary force of domestics can efficiently minister to, but it is an injustice to tha latter. In writing her Invitations for a house party the hostess should be careful...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1ZZU. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL th",br Baln om territorial dT.nt.. This difficulty, however, was removed, and SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1900. now tne power have united In giving - Japan a free hand to send as many troops Telephone Call, to China a she wishes to. and on her part Custns rSce......r Editortal rtooma 81 he agrees to carry out the programme of TERMS OP StDSCIUlTlOX. " the aUIcd r- " a very important . agreement, " and this government deOA1LT BT MAIL. Party only. n yar t.M serves great credit for bringing it about. Daily. incla Uruc Sunday, one year lo.oo Sunday only, on year X.G0 . Daily only, on month 7 A "TEUKSTIXG RECITAL. DaUy only, thrw month. X. Gne of the t lntere!,ting articles in WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. 4. , , , w Pally, r-r reek, by carrier IS cts the Ju,y magazines is that of Mr. A. un-:ay. in;- copy & ct Maurice Low In McCiure's entitled "An Ialiy and bunday, rev week, ty carrier.... 20 ct WEEKLY. Lnwritten Chapter in...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1C0O. 13 THE CHINESE CHARACTER IT IS COWAItDLY, CALLOUS, CORRUPT, SCLP1S1I, COXCKITCD. It I Also Patriotic, Iiirtnntriotig, Not to II? Reckoned Tlth by the Western Intelligence London Spectator. - We know of no national character about which there Is so much dispute as that of the Chinese. They have been profoundly studied by able men who have given their lives to the pursuit, but the result Is not a. consensus, except upon two points, that they are incurably conceited and that even among Asiatics they are exceptionally callous. The Chinese are no more moved by human suffering even among their own people than the animals are. No Chinaman cares if a famine breaks out near him, 01 is shocked if another Chinaman is tortured, cr will exert himself against his own interest to prevent suffering to any other human being. And no Chinaman ever fortts or nuestions that he is a member of tlie purreme civilization of the world-ln-:-. .!. of the only one...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

14 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1CC0. OF MUSICAL INTEREST INFORMATION CONCERNING THE 310VE3IE3TS OF LOCAL MV5ICIAX5. Whit Is Promlied for the Comins SenoB-Some of the Pro Crammes for To-Day. Iff. II. T. Mercer will sin? Dudley Buclc'a "Throngb Peace to Light" at the Tabercaclo Presbyterian Church this morning. Mr. Caroline "Winter Goetz -will ing 'Nearer, my God. to Tbee." adapted to Schubert's "Serenade." at the Central Christian Church, this morning. Miss Shirley Schumacher, organist at Meridian-street M. E. Church, will leave for the East this comins week. During her absence Mr. Ray Mulleadore will preside at the organ. The choir of Christ Church has disbanded for the summer. Mr. John L. Geiger, the choirmaster, will pend his Sundays in Wabash. Ind., until fall. Mr. Geiger is baritone soloist and director of the music at the First Christian Church at that place. Mr. Oliver "Willard Tierce, having concluded to devote all of his time to teaching and recital work, has r...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

(Reprinted by permission of th (Copyright 1 hi the United States and Great Britain by Rudyard Kipling. All rights reserved.) The Boers had wrecked the three center j "I bes pardon. You must be awfully hard-pans and blown huge pieces our-of the 1 worked. Don't bother; we'll get lt." stone piers. The wreckage lay adrift in j "Thank you. sir. Tes, we're working the dirty water, and a section of the British army was now picking up the pieces. A pontoon bridge had been thrown across the river. You readied it by way of a steep sandy track through the scrub, and on the north bank met a steeper, sandier pcarp that climbed out past the haunches of the bridge under the edge ' of a rocky embankment. Till the temporary railway trestle was finished this plunge and that scramble were the only path Into the Orange Free State. By that road came McManus. head of the Corporate Equatorial Bank of Africa, on urgent business. He had been summoned to Blocmfontein by the Seid marshal commandlng-in-chicf, ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

10 THE 1KDTAKAPOLI3 JOURNAL, SUN DAT, JULY G, 1CC3. FOR FEMININE READERS WHAT WOMEN AT TIIH HASTE II ' somen iiesouts Ann wi:ari.g. Dainty Diihn for the Summer Loneb Table Imitation Jewelry Mar Propxlr Be Worn O ildt and Ends. A fashion vriter In the New York Post f&ys: A popular morning costume worn at the various summer resorts consists of a tailor made ekirt of the bst quality of white rlaue. a pink linen shirt wain with white stitching, a hat of ntltched white pique trimmed with a soft silk ecarf, white shoes and gloves of white wash kid or suede ftnihed lisle. Linen lace insertions are added to many of the pink shirt waists made with stitched pleat. Black nets, grenadines and etamlnes have for several summers past usurped the place of black lace in fashionable favor for making of eeml-transparent black gowns. "Where we have seen a black lace model of recent seasons It has been one that was exceptionally elegant and costly. "When black lace came to be as common on th...

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

T7 V Pages 17 to 20 Jo PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 8, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. : Part Three . J! i ! SPONTANEOUS OUTBURST HOW IT AVAS JIANAfiED AT THE DEMOCRATIC .ATIOXAL CONVENTION, One of the JIany Clap-Trap Incidents Which Characterized the Proceeding of that Body. Kansas City Letter In St. Louis GlobeDemocrat. This has been a clip-trap convention, full of elap-trap oratory, and interlarded with clap-trap incident?. There has not been an Instant since Chairman Jones3 ravel fell, on Wednesday noon, when tho spectator has felt certain that some cheap display was not impending. The stage manager of the Democratic national convention has been working' overtime, it appear?, for never before on one stage have so many "gorgeous effects," "startling illusions" and marvelous unrealities been offered fr oru: price of admission. Beginning with the "unveiling" of the plaster bust of Bryan, which a waggish scribe suggested ought to be nominated for President, with the ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 8, 1SÖ0. all probability" enjoyed a Ions and successful career as pirates. Thö shores of the TeMIo are lined with Chinese villages of mud smoothly built first of raud bricks, then mud smeared outside. The roof are thatched with reeds, and afterward mud Is laid on these. There are apertures for doors and windows, and sometime there are a few square feet of yard, inclosed by a reed or mud fenc. But the whole village is brown; brown are the river hanks, brown the houses and roof?, brown the streets. There are no trees or thrubs to relieve It. In a heavy rainstorm the houses are not always a secure refuge from the force of the elements, for they are likely to be washed down and run away. The demolition of entire villages la this way Is not unheard of. Four r live miles up the river one comes to the town of Tangku. where the railroad to Tlen-Tsin lcln.. This has been built about live years and obviates a trip of sixty miles by tlte cireuitou Pel-Ho ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; SUNDAY, -J'JLY G, IZod. .' 19 PUT YOUR MONEY WHERE IT WILL BE SECURE WHERE YOU CAN GET INTEREST On itt 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 f urprised how rapidly the interest accumulates. INDIANA TRUST CO. SECURITY FOR DEPOSITS, $2X00,000 Offices in Company's Building xotice. Until October we will close at 12 o'clock m. on Saturdays. Real Estate We have many bargains to offer in Indianapolis Real Estate, both in improved property with good income, and in vacant lots and acres vith an assured increase in alue. Parties seeking desirable investments are invited to communicate with us. The Central Trust Company 150 East Market Street. SAFE DEPOSITS. aTTlIoCHL Safe Deposit Vo-ixlt :: East Wnshlnsrton Street Absolute safety against Are and burslar. Policeman day an.i niht on cuard. Designed for safe keeping of Money. B...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 July 1900

J THE INDIAN APOLIO JQUIIITAL, "CUE DAY, ; JULY 0, 11 THE WAR CENSOR'S WOES nnQtincs a bricht jund to cope WITH A.MEIIICAN REPORTERS. Ingenious Sehrruea Vsed io Get Nevrs ThronRh Central Miles Kay Correspondents Dangerous. New York Mail ami Express. "Which do you consider the greatest dancer in war?" General Nelson A. Miles was recently asked by a group oC admirers. The war correspondent," he said, without a moment's hesitation, and his listeners didn't seem. o appreciate why he looked o serious. After a pause some one a:ked the general to explain. , "It Is too great a problem for me." said General Mile?, is he shook his head. "Ask the captain theie. He was press censor many times." They all turned to the captain In the most Inviting way. "The war correspondent," began the captain, "unintentionally gets many into trouble, I have had my knuckles rapped to many times by the government that I teem to know correspondents of the front quite well. I have never blamed a correspondent for g...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 9 July 1900

IMBIANAFOLI JOUMNAI A h : for WEEKLY ESTABLISHED US. ) VAT T Vn 10(1 Nf i DAILY EdTAIiLISU CU IS. J KJLt. J-i J. 1JÖ, INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 9, 1900. nnTnil ni?VrrC ( AT RAILWAY NHVTS FTANDS, ON 1 lllLJfcj O LÜilll?. (1HAINS AND SUNDAYS, i CEXTÜ. THE TO THE RESCUE RUSSIANS AND JAPANESE ADVANCING TOWARDS PEKING. Makings a Desperate Effort to Succor the Diplomat! and Other Foreigners at (be Capital. ONE BATTLE ALREADY FOUGHT ONE THOUSAND CHINESE REPORTED TO HAVE BEEN SLAIN. Combined Relief Partr Eighteen Miles North of Tlen-Taln When Last Heard From. GBEAX AEMY OF CELESTIALS Ä EARLY 100,000 SAID TO BE IN THE .VICINITY OF TIEN-TSIN. Unconfirmed Reports of Heavy Fight ing, and It I Also Stated the Allies Are Short of Food. STATEMENT FROM CONSULS LEGATIONS AT PEKING ALLEGED TO HAVE DELX SAFE JULY 4. ZXlstake In the Date Proliable Counter Revolution Stnrted by Prince Chins: and Loyal Troops. LONDON, July 9, 2:45 a. m. The correspondents at Shanghai, who are still the clearing ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 9 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1900. 2 coi;M if I hey would, !n three day?. I would ßiudly and quickly wire It to my government. "They assured me that suttlclent troops had been sent to the disturbed districts to restore order and afford protection. I r.ealn told them that restored order would be the- only iwsslble rroof. I also said that iinlfys the situation was relieved and the tnreateried danger from mobs averteI, i shoull lie compelled to ask for a sufficient guard of American marines to insure tho safety of the leRatlon. They said: Oh. don't do that. It 1 unnecessary.' And, ajraln promising energetic action, the Interview closed. "Unless some energetic action is taken the situation will become fraught with tcreat danger to all foreigners, not from sny intelligent or organized attack?, but from ignorant and inflamed mob violence. I. however, believe, as I said In my telegram, that the government is aroused, itself alarmed at the situation, and will take more energeti...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 9 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1900 3 New. York Store Established Acrnti Bnttertck Patterna. Soli To-Day We Begin the Second Week of Our nd Sale Many new lots of goods have just been received from the mills, and these, in addition to the cuts made on Mill End prices of las week, will mate it an event of great importance in the economical mind. Remember, the P's and Q's (prices and qualities) in this sale are. just what jou want. This is your opportunity. Pettis Dry Goods Co. OvUR Large 5tock and Large Business enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J. MAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St. Second largest Shoe Store in the World. itaiiiii Hardwood Floors Laid, Finished and Refioished. H. E. HAMILTON & CO., 19 Pembroke Arcade. POLITICAL REFLECTIONS voked by the Democratic Platform and the Nominees. To the Editor of the Indianapolis Journal: Now that the ; rppullstlc. Silver Repub llcan and Democratic aggregations have nominated the Imperial boss of the Kanfas City co...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 9 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 9, 19Ö0. 3 THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY. JULY 1. 1900. Telephone Cnll. Business Orfice 23S Editorial Rooms W TKIOl OF Sl'HSCIlIl'TION". DAILY DT MAIL. Dally only, one year t-W Daily, including Sunday, one year lO.M unuay only, one year 2.00 Ially only. one month $-1.7 Dally only. Ihren month 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally, per week, by carrier 13 cts Sunday, single copy 5 cUr lily and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year (LOO - lied need Rates to Club. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Person pendln the Journal through th malls In the United Ftate should put on an elxht-pase paper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or Fixten-rare paper a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage la usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publlcatln In this paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 9 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1900. 5 MAN'FG DEPARTMENT oi?i?jb;i COLORED SHIRTSLaundered and Negligee In men's, youths' and bojs? size Percale, Madras and Oxford. WHITE SHIRTS, NIGHT SHIRTS, WORK SHIRTS, OVERALLS, JACKETS, COATS, CAMLET PANTS very complete lines LARGELY OF OUR OWN MANUFACTURE carefully made from the best material. Prompt shipment at less than recent quotations. IE 9 IMPORTCRS, BEN HOLLW Dry Goods, Notions, - Woolens, Etc. (WHOLESALE IBOBJIED 5-47,000 U. S. Gov't coupon 3s $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind -4s 526,000 Honroe County, Ind Ayis Belt R. R. Common Stock. Indianapolis Fire Ins. Co. Stock. Indiana Title Guaranty and Loan Co. Stock. Price and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Beds, Pillotr and Chair Cushions. Hospital Rirjrs. Urinals, Bed Pans. Fountain and Bulb fyrlnges. Hot Water Dottles, Stomach Tube and Shower Baths. Bath Cabinets. TVM. H. ARMSTRONG CO.. SUKfilCAL INS...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 9 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JULY 9, 190Ö. 0 JOURNAL'S nt'SISKSS DIRECTORT. AGENT7ndIAN Wm. I Rice. 2605 West Michigan street. Telephones: eld. 750; new. 3152. Territory west of v hite river. COALCOAL Ccbum Coal Co., Est 22d st. Anthxaclte . coke, hard nl soft coaL Phon FLORISTS BERTEUMANN FLORAL COMPANY. New No. 811 Mm t.. 2 N. Del, st. Tel. 4P. LAUNDRIES ÜNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Werfc ftllxl for. US-144 Vir-. rn.ru. -;hon 12. 11 ANT ELS AND GRATES BIG FOUR'S BIG EARNINGS In that the Beattyville litigants had no cause for action. MILWAUKEE SHUT OUT JINE SHOWING LA IlTiC ST OF A XV. MOXTII IX TUB ROAD'S HISTORY. A Farther Decrease In Tonnase, but It Im In Exee of All Former Years for Jane. Excepted. Delt noad Traffic. In the week ending July 7. there were transferred over the Belt road 16.737 car?, the lightest movement of any week In many months: Reit road enslnes handled at the stockyards 1,016 carloads of live stock, and for private switches located on Its Uns .1$ cars. 3...

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