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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1900. New York Store established IS 53. Sole Accnti Datterlck rattern. JÜLYSÄLE Soys' Clothi For one week we ftliall make a REDUCTION OF 25 on ctery suit in our stock, with the ex ception of the blue serges. Suits for all sizes of boys from 3 to 20 years of age. Blouse Suits, Vestee Suit, Double and single-breasted Suits, Long Pant Suits and Wash Suits. Now is your time to buy. ' . t- Secoud Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. r Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. Unlrersitr of Indianapolis, for all kinds of dental work. Th fees are to cover the costs only. Receives patients from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. 1. W. Cor. Delaware and Ohio Streets. AMUSEMENTS. Molly Elliott Seawell's adaptation of ber own novel. "The Sprightly Romance' of Marsae," Is to be produced next season by Messrs. Klaw and Erlanger, with a well known star in the principal role. Emily Beaupre, who has long: been as sociated with extravaganza roles such as Jack" nd "Aladdin."...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 July 1900

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1900. Telephone Call. ttu!no? Oifc- 2ZS Editorial Rooms S6 THUMS or SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BY MAIL, Pally otilr. on year -0o Daily, including Sunday, one year 10.00 fcunday only, one year 2.00 Dally only, on month -70 Daily only, three months 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED DY AGENTS. Pally, per lc by carrier 13 cts Furuiay. ringle copy cts Dally and Sunday, jer week, by carrier.... 2J cts WEEKLY. Per year 1.00 Ilcduced Hates to Clubs. Subscribe with any of our numerous agent or send subscription to th JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, IndlanapoII, Ind. Person sending the Journal through the malls In the United State should put on an el?ht-page paper a ONE-CENT postage Ptamp: on a twelve or lxten-page pap-r a TV(M.'ENT poj'taj'e tamp. Foreign postage ia usually double these rates. .All communications Intended for publication fn this paper must. In ordr to receive attention, be Accompanied by the name and address of ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1900. Shoncrs and cooler In southern; fair find irarmrr iu northern portion. now innovation in tho lino of summer scarfs, orncgli Coo shirts, or Lflßh hose, or summer vests, Yorh, AT HIBBEN, IIOLLWEG Importen ruxd Jobber of DRY GOODS and NOTIONS We are the Sole Distributing Agents in this Market of "Union" Bias Velveteen, ''Monument" Corduroy Velveteen, "Triumph" Bias Velveteen, 4Duo" Waterproof Bias, "Renfrew" Brush Binding, As well as Amazon" Binding, and all other products of S. H. & M." Color Card5 for reference. Cabinets, Racks, etc., furnished. Mail orders promptly filled. BOMB we on I is i $2,000 Lawrence County, Ind As 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. I Useful Articles for Invalids. Reclining and Rolling Chairs for parlor and trt. Carrying Chairs. Wheeled Couches. Food bt...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 July 1900

0 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1D00. JOCRXAL'S DL'SIXESS DinECTORT. Wm. I Rice. West Michigan street. Tel fttone: eld. 2S7J0; new. 2EJ. Territory west of Vhit river. COAL COAL-Ccburn Coal Co.. East 22J L An thracite. coke, hard and oft coat Thon 2445. FLORISTS- PErtTEBXfAVM FLORAL COMPANT. New No. 211 Mass avc, 22 N. Del. at. TeL 44. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPES ATI VE LAUNDRT. Work called for. L-144 Vlrr- 'ition 123. MANTELS AND GRATES P. AL PUBSELL (Mantels. Furnace). 231 Mas, ave. PATENT LAWYERS V. II. LOCK WOOD, . ... 415-411 Lemcke bulldlnc 6 ALE AND LI VERT STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Trap. Buck board, ate.) 2& Circle. TeL 1037. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL. 243 Bouth Meridian Street. UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCHARD. Vi N. Delaware at. Tel 41L Ladr Attandant. WA7X PAPERS 21. C. STEVENS. New Styl Wall Pap.r. Low prices. S30 N. Senate ave. TeL 2 on 2552. FL'NCRAL DIRECTORS. PLANNER & RUCHANAN-fLleensed em balmers.) Can ship diphtheria and scarlet feyer. Lady emba...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 July 1900

THE -INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, JULY 21, 1900. Indiana Title Guaranty & Loan Co 129 Kant Market Street.' 1 1. i Company has tn most complete Title nan in Indiana, erntrncinsr the parate Planta of KLLIOTT & UVTI.KK. WILLIAM C. .NJr.nsox. and THKOUOP.K fcTKIN. Tltfie have sued he ten for more than a third of n century. TITLE 1M1'RAN F, AllSTRACTS.I OANS, safi: DLPOSITS. A. I LL1CHER& CO.'S 8ne Deposit Vault Ml Cant Washington Street Absolute safety acatnst Ore and burglar. P llceman day and night on guard. Designed for safe keeping of Money. Uonds. Wills. Deeds. Ab stracts. Silver Ilate. Jewel and valuable Trunks. Tackagea. etc. Contains 2.100 boxes. lent eS to 4& jt rYear. JOIIX S. TAIlKINGTO-...Manacer. EFFORT AT ANIMATION 3IADK nV THE STOCK MAIIKCT OX NEWS FROM CO.XGKK. Cnlna .Speedily Loat When the Text of the 3Iesiif;e Ilecame Known Small Spurt In Local Business. At New York yesterday money on call was steady at lU&Ua per cent. Prime mercantile paier. 4'5...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 21 July 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL,. SATURDAY, JULY 21. 1900. AM L. S. Ay res S8L Co. Close Saturdays at 12:30 P TO. Special Morning A follows: S to O-nihbonsnt fV Corsets IV lYrcai- .V, i;inhaniü To Toilet pThiK O to lO Mn!in at V, Shifts, 41c, "White iMHls, 4c. Special ia Gloves iinU J-ict-s. lO to ll-Women'si Oxfords 1.7), iMrnitlf-H :'yi; Linen Ila tMe l.V, PiiWM and harain in huiaim r Gar ments. 11 to 1SS "hallle) I Dr. all-wool jjorxla :V, Picture ml Krames at half,?. Ruck ?1.K Cre tonncH t and several other tipii I. MA5lFACTtIlER Ol GRILLES. The Evolution ot Wall Paper In a quarter of a century Wall Papers have passed from hideousncss into wonders of beauty. Artistic designing and improvements in machin ery, dating- from the Phila delphia Centennial, have ac complished this. Modern styles in all grades and varieties. ALBERT GALL, Carpets, Draperies, Vail Paper, 17 and 10 West Washington St. Hardwood Floor Laid and ReflnUhcd. THE CARNIVAL PROJECT IS EXPLAINED TO LEADING DISI ESS MEN O...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

SUNDAY Part One Pages 1 ie 8 A QD wrnKLY established isa. ti-t t - Evil ESTAULIÖHED ISM. " (VOL. L ISO. 203. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 22, 1900 SIXTEEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. THEREISDOÜBT JJlMTKn Wf'S CAIJLEGRA3IS HAVE NOT RCMOVKD AXXIETV. Fears for thr Safety of Minister Con ger and Other at Peking Still Exist Everywhere. SEASONS GIVEN BY COL. HAY run delievix the recent dis- rATCH AVAS GENUINE, Alleged Confirmation of First Report Received ly Mr. Wu in Tvro More Messages LEGATIONEBS SAFE JULY 18 IMPERIAL EDICT ISSUED TO THAT EFFECT AND SENT ABROAD. Cablegram from the Governor of Shan-Tnnc Saying: the 3Ilnlsters "Were Safe Up to Friday. DISCREDITED IN EUROPE WHERE LITTLE CREDENCE IS GIV EN TO CHINESE STATE3IENTS. LI Hans Chang; at Shanghai France Reply to China Appeal for Me diationAlarm in Korea. Si v:ial to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON. July 21. The doubt as to the date of the Conger dispatch received yesterday through Minister Wu and given cut by the State Dep...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, - SUNDAY, JULY 22, 180a o ' were supported by the British. The de tail for General Chaffee's staff were an nounced to-day. A rotable feature Is the inclusion of Lieutenant Colonel Heistand, now United States military attache to the. Paris exposition commission. The troop movements organized to-day, concerning the First Infantry, had been anticipated yesterday. It Is presumed that one effective battalion will be made from the two battalions of that regiment re turning from Cuba, excluding the short term men, who will remain at Leaven worth as the home battalions of the First Regiment. This new battalion, with the battalion now at Leavenworth, will pro ceed to China. The consolidation into two of the original rix military departments cf Cuba, announced to-day. Is nothing more than the logical result of the with drawal of troops from that Island already directed. The portion of Admiral Remey's dispatch which the Navy Department made public to-day follows, the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOITCKAL, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1C0O. GEÄR was a mystery AND nuNG ANY XC3IBER OP INDIAN 5CALrS TO IIIS BELT. The Kana City Infield NVaa Also in vincible More Pad Errors Games EUetrhcre- Baseball Notea. Kansas City . 3 Indianapolls . O Detroit . .; . . .11 Minneapolis . 2 Cleveland ... 2 Chicago l DnfTalo 3 Milwaukee . . 2 To-Day'a Scheduled Games. Indianapolis at Kansas City. Minneapolis at Detroit. Buffalo at Milwaukee. Cleveland at Chicago. Standing: of the Clubs. Clubs, riayed. Won. Lost. Pet. Chicago 7S 45 31 .532 Milwaukee l . 45 ?A .5-Vi Irdianapolfs 73 41 34 .547 Cleveland 7S S3 27 .51-1 D-troit 73 SS 4! .41 Karsas City 4 ?A 4 .452 rurraio o c 4 .450 Minneapolis SI 31 47 .410 Edward Heydon's right arm became sud dfr.ly spavined in the elbow during the sixth round of the yet-to between Indian apolis and Kansas City yesterday after noon and his efforts to tofs the ball to the ba?es were similar to the throws of a wom an ball player, only probably not quite as accura...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1S0O. KILLED WIFE AND SELF TALK OF TWO CAPITALS she was confined for a month on the charge of arson. - PATCHED" IS THE WORD II OT WEATHER AX EXPOSITION DRAWBACK AT PARIS. InnncnrnUnn of the cw Tnnnel Itall-rontl-Amrrlran EiiKlnrer nt Iler Uii American Politics I)lNrued. lOnyrlht. 1 by th Associated Pr. PARIS. July 21. Th" torrid weather in the United State ha had its duplicate here. During last week th thermomtter registred between 00 and ?3 degrees, touch ing the maximum on Friday. 102 in the shade, making it th hottest day ever re corded In Pari?. The extreme heat con tinue to-day without any Indication of a break. The streets during the week were deserted a.t midday and remained so throughout the afternoon by all except business people.' Very many cases of sun btroke were treated dally. The efforts to keep cool assume amusing forms. Every man and woman carried a little Japanese tan. known here under the pisturesqua name of "The little no...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1900. Generally fair and Tro er. thing. Pi A '::t f t I 111 RIFLE AT THE WINDOW 31 ES SEMPER DOY SAYS HE SAW IT WIIEX GO EDEL FELL. ew Point In the Powers Case Pro. res of Jester Trial Miss Morrison Sues for Habeas Corpns Writ. (GEORGETOWN, Ky., July 21. The sec ond week of the trial of Secretary of State Caleb Powers, charged with being an ac complice in the assassination of "William Goebel, closed this afternoon with only thirty-two witisses heard, all of them being called for the prosecution. It is probable It will take all next week and Xossibly longer to hear other witnesses of the prosecution. Among those remaining unheard are Sergeant F. Wharton Golden, whose testimony alone will occupy a day or more. Robert Noaks, who gave such sensational testimony regarding Caleb and John Pow ers yesterday, did not finish his tetimony to-day and will be recalled Monday. Kd Steffee, a messenger boy, gave the most important testimony this afternoon,...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY,' JULY 22, 1500. JOinXAL'S ntSINESS DIIICCTORT. Wm. X. nif. t$03 West Mich Iran treet. Tel rfcores: eld. WTlo; new-, Ttrrliory west cf 'Whit river. COAL COAL Ccbum Coal Co.. Eait 221 et- An. tfcracit. coke, bard and ort coaL Pbona 244. FLORISTS PrnTKRMAS'N FLORAL. COMPANY. New No. :u Mass ave.. N. Del. L TeL 813. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. Work called fcr. 12S-14I Vtrr. 'iTiona 12SJ. MANTELS AND GRATES P. 11. PURSELL (Mantels. Furnace). 231 Mass. are. PATENT LAWYERS V. U. LOCKWOOD. 415-41S Lemcke bulldle BALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE. WOOD (Carria?. Trap. Bu'-V-bcarda. etc.) 25 Circle. TeL 1037. fcHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL. ' 243 Pouth Meridian FtreeL UNDERTAKERS FRANK BLANCIIARD. 93 N. Delaware at. Tel 41L Ladr Attendant. WALL PAPERS II. C. STEVENS. Ne Styl Wall Parr. Low prices. JG3 N. Senate ae. TeL 2 cn 21 FLWCUAL DIRECTORS. FLANNER & BUCHANAN-(Lleensd emba!mrs.) Can h!p diphtheria and scarlet tvr. Lady mbftlmr fop ladies and chi...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUKN AI, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1S0O. IT IS NOT WHAT YOU EARiN, BUT WHAT YOU SAVE THAT MAKES WEALTH." ITave you acquired the habit of sys tematic savins? Are you In debt? If so, do you want to ' jrer-ire to meet It? to yen want a safe and 'permanent In vestment at a fair rate of Interest? jo you wish your money to accumu . Ule without causing you annoyance and are? re you trying to collect money for any particular purpose? .re you putting aside a fund to take care f yourself In old ape? Are you prepared to meet the "rainy daw" which comes to almost every one sooner or later? DEPOSIT YOUR SURPLUS FUNDS IX THE INDIANA TRUST CO. 3 INTEREST Taid on deposits of $1 and upward, which may be made at any time. NOTICE Until October we will close at 12 o'clock M. on Saturdays. Trust Companies. Loan. trui arc! safe deposit companies are anions the most useful and successful financial iniitutions in tli country. They are established by law to perform many duties of a rtn.rclal trust ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

Ö iHE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 22. IC 00. To Indiana's Great est Distributers of Dry Goods 4-9 c For$l and 2 SilK They're on sale Monday at the ncv price, and they won't last long-. i!" pieces are striped, plaid and checked Taffetas, that originally sold at f 1.00 a yard. Five other pieces are light and dark Grenadines, that sold between l.o0and $'2.o0 a yard. They're not new, but they are mar velously cheap at the price. The earlier you come, the greater the assortment. MAMTFACTLIICIt OF till I LLCS. Lace Curtain ay Out in MONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE We have several two, three and four-pair lots of Lace Curtains ranging from fi.oO to $3.50 per pair, that we will close out Monday at.... $5.38 per pair. See both our windows Sunday for display. ALBERT GALL, Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 West Washington St. Hardwood Floor Laid and TieflnUhed. "TELL THE TRUTH" Snyder's Catsup, pint?, ISc; Va pints, 12c; Llebisr's Beet Extract, 2Se. Queen Olives, 13 oz. bottle, worth 40c,...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

OVMNA Part Two Pages 9 to 16 A PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, -SUNDAY .MORNING, JULY 22, 1900. . . PRICE FIVE CENTS. HOOSIERS IN PHILIPPINES LISTS OF INniANIANS SERVING IX THE EIGHTEENTH INFANTRY. Rfadjailmfnt Caused by the Forma tion of a Home Battalion, Which "Will De Sent to Fort Keogh. Orrrmicnce of tho Indianapolis Journal. SARA. Fanay island, via Hollo, P. I., Jun 5. In a few days several Indiana men will leave the Philippine Islands for the United State?, with the home battalion f.f the Eighteenth Infantry. This battalion i to take station at Fort Keogh, Mon tana. The home battalion Is made up of Companies A, B, C and D. All men In these companies with less than a year to Frve, as well as all invalids, are to go home. Those with more than a year to serve and who are In good health have been transferred to the other eight com par.les of the regiment. Men who are in valids and those with less than six months to serve have been transferred into the home battalion from these eig...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

iü THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1CS3. and they are almost childish In their do cility and unsu?piclousnc?s. If a soldier has money well and good. If not, well and good also. They "savay" what the toldiers call "jaw bone" that 1. they understand that money comes on pay day and are willing to extend credit, 1. e.. "Jaw bone.". Their women will wash the clothes end their tailors alter and repair cloth Ins; their vendors will sell bananas or mangoe or anything else In exchange for paiel.' a promise to pay on paper. Some times they have trusted to their sorrow. A Filipino who is taller of stature than an average American's shoulder Is rare. "While at work In the field? the men wear nothing but a pair of cotton trousers with the legs rolled up to the thighs and a broad brimmed grass woven hat. When they come to town the lgs are rolled Sown and a sort of garment, half shirt and half coat. Is slipped over the shoulders. No one wears shoes" except, the very rich mestizos, excep...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1S0O. 11 1 55 TheCity'sQClAL LIFE Events, GaycUcs and Personal The niff Sanbnnnft. X,t otters praise the picture hat. The tidy tout, cr trim-built sailor, Or any one of fashion's freaks! For ne the mod that like a Jailer So Jealousy shuts beauty in Lest ey profane should dwell upon it T!t. a for ome hid tern, my eyes do peering 'neath each biff sunbonnet! I own I've oft been taken In; Tt. promise many a time deceives me, 1 1? depths revealing now and then A pruesom !ght that greatly grieves me. f -me .ay 'tis made for such to hide The wreck that once as beauty shone; It T.'as f.rst devised a face unfair They'd bury nath a big sunbonnet! B :t I take l.?u there. By what Of toil cr time they cott. ws meisurs T. worth of things: and I. for one. ro dearly love to hunt for treasure; V.'er I the maker of the law?. The old or usrly'd ne'er dare don It To ro?ud girls I would restrict The right to wear the big sunlonnetl -Mary Norton Bradford. In Boa...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

12 THE. INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JULY 22, 1C00. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY; JULY 22, 1900. IrJopIir.np Cnll. Busings OrSce ZZS Editorial Rooms S5 THUM OF M nsCltll'TlOX. DAILY IJT MAIL. Taf!r onlr. one year railr. iruludtrs i-unriay, one year.'. l- ten. lay only, one year -w Imiljr only, one month $.? laily only, three months 2.00 WHKX FURNISHED BY AGENTS. TtTr. per week, by carrier.... . IS cts f 'jp Jiy. finale co?y....' 5 cts Daily and isun.lay, per week, by carrier.... 23 cts '' WEEKLY. Prr year . L00 Itetlnoed llaten to Clubs. - , Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Person sndlnjr the Journal through the malls In the UnltM State should put on an eisht-page paper a OXH-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or ixtrn-r7e raper . a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper mnt, in order to rece4ve attention, be accompanie...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUND AI, JULY 22, 1S0O. AMERICAN RULE IN CUBA 1VHAT HA nECX ACCOMPLISHED WITHIN A YE Alt AD A HALF, 3Inch Yet to lie Done The Cabana Hatred of Americana Analysis oC Its Causes An Unpopular Court. Havana Letter In New York Post. The foreigner who lands for the first time In Cuba anxious to see what a Spanish country looks like after a year and a half cf American rule makes at the outset one discoverey which Is not altogether disap pointing, lie realizes at once that the gen eral appearance of things has remained about the same; that two years have not teen enough to Americanize the Pearl of the Antilles. Lovers of the picturesque and of local color need not worry; not a single yscraper and hardly a single modern Building catches the eye of the newcomer a. he enters the harbor of Havana, and the old city, with Its low houses painted In white, yellow, pink and blue, stretches be fore him. The stars and stripes floating ever Morro Castle and the Governor's pal ...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 22 July 1900

1' LOCAL MUSICAL WORLD AXMvnnsAnins or great COMPOS ERS THAT OCCIH THIS WEUK, Maalral Note of Local nnd General Interest wi of the Theatri cal World. Musicians generally, and especially vocal ist?, will be glad to know that to-day com memorates the birth of Lulgi Arditl, the celebrated Italian song writer, who was born at Crescentlne July 22, Arditi was well known as an operatic conductor. Ills best-known tongs are "II Bado," LArdlti" and "Lc Tartorelle." Another rausicUn whofe birth will be celebrated this week Is Otto Singer, the noted pianist end composer, who was born at Sara, Sax ony.' July 25. 1S33. Finger ramft to this country In IS57. and was conductor at the first Cincinnati May festival, which was held in lie died In New York Jan. 3, Vladimir de Pachman, one of the most roted piano virtuosos of the repent time, ha a birthday this week, having been born it Odessa July 27, IM?. De Fachman has toured this rojutry several times, and his recital in Indianapolis during the reaso...

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