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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 February 1900

mm-wir! J OUMNA art Two Pages 9 to 16 A PRICE FIYE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 11, 1900. miCE FIVE CENTS. p O hat to TX A W The modern dry goods store the independent, quality-championing, fashion-leading store answers the dress question and the price question, and answers them best. ' The good merchant is the best guarantee of the goodness of his mer chandise his reputation is at stake. He. is a safe judge of quality and val ue, a competent critic of style, a ready and reliable servant to your every want ....... 4 There'll be a SpringTime Showing Here this week our word for it that style and quality are all that As to prices, many are bulletined in the columns reasonableness we leave to your judgment. Proper Wash Goods Proper, because fashion says they are good style. Proper, because the qualities are as good as human ingenuity and skill can make them. ) Proper, because designs are artistic and new. Proper, because the same goods cannot be bought for less prices n...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 February 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1C0Ö. fesscd, tinder any but encouraging circum stances. The annual ball of the St. An drews Society has just been given, and a bazaar is now in progress, at which all the fashion and beauty of IIong-Kons may ho seen on duty in the stalls selling sweets, and buttonhole bouquets and pincushions at exorbitant rates and giving no change. Just a thy would do in Kensington or St. Martin's Town Hall. A cynical German has just offered the sneering observation that "there is no beauty and fashion in Hong-Kong-not a single pretty girl." The heretical statement is his: not mine, and I merely submit it as a quotation, having firmly declined to attend the bazaar, and. to my great satisfaction, having arrived too lat for the ball. A BIT OF FRENCH TRICKERY. I have just overheard an Interesting con versation between a German ea captain and a California agent for some commer cial hou.e. They were discussing: the methods of the French for raising rev...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 February 1900

11 " I i : t 1 : . 33 TheCity's SOCIAL LIFE Events, Gayetics and Personal Activities ot the Week The Indianapolis Woman's Club will cele brate its twenty-fifth anniversary with a reception to the founders of the club at the Frorylaeum Friday, and on Saturday night there will be a lecture at Plymouth Church by Mr. jAcob RÜ3 on "The Slums," to which the following clubs are invited: The Katherine Merrill Club, the College Corner, the Indianapolis Literary, the Shakspeare, Parlor, Fortnightly. Researc. Sketching, Tcrtfoilo, Over-the-Teacups, German Lit erary, Kappa Kappa Gamma, Rosemary and Clio. The presidents of the sixteen .old est literary clubs In the city will be guests of the Woman's Club at the reception Fri day. Each founder of the club will have the privilege of inviting Jour guests. The programme will consist of papers or talks from the founders and there will be letters read from several of the founders who are not In the city. The small admission cards for Saturday evening ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 February 1900

1 12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, P2BRUAIIY 11, THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1000. Telephone Calls. Busings OfTlce 2C? J tutorial Rooms U TCU31S of subscription. DAILY BT MAIL. Pally onlr, one month I"). 71 liily only, thre months 2-00 imiy only, on? jrr ft.f") Jiilv. lnciu.ünr Sunday, one year lo.oo Sunday or.Sy. one year 2.00 UHCN FURNISHED DV AGENTS. Daliy. per wwk, by carrier 1 cts S-"un!ay. rln-rl copy 5 cts Daily and Sun-Jay. per week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year 11.00 lied need Hate to Club. FuiTib with any of our numerous agents or snd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSrArER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Trrsons sending the Journal through the malls In the United Stite should put on an elsht-pajr Iapfr a ONE-CENT postag tamp: on a twelve or sixteTi-paire paper a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage Is usually Rouble tnese rate. All communication Intended for publication In thl paper mut. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and a...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 February 1900

THE . INDIANAPOLIS JOUBHAL, : GüitfDAY, FEBETJASIY 11, 1CCD. 13 crarh on the training of savage troops when he received the call to proceed from InAi t t' South Africa. Fresident Iladley, of Yale, Is an adralrer cf Fresident Gilman, of Johns ' Hopkins. "I rover saw a man with such a capacity for icrk," he said the other day. "I think ho 1 the hardest working man in America," Mr?. Newman, widow of the late Bishop John P. Newman, has offered to give $30.000 cf the JtO.000 needed to lift the debt on the Tirst Methodist Church In Omaha, on the condition th..t the people of Omaha fur-ri-sh the remainder, and that the church be ramed Newman Memorial Church. 0::e of the many hobbles attributed to nperor William Is the collection of play- ir.s enrda. It is 5ald that hl3 collection Is r. e of the rao complete and exhaustive in existence, and that he has samples of many of the rarest of the old cards besides Fpecl perii of all those that arc in common use tO-f'oJ'. The late John Ruskln gave a...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 February 1900

mTT-n TTTTk? ATT ATinTTf! 7rTTTTT A T nTTTTT A : T?T?r"" 7T A T7 TT 1 "Ji PARK '' " I I ' EMPIRE J "At the White Horse Tavern," which opens a three days' engagement at Eng lish's Opera House to-morrow night, is a beautiful German comedy, whose scenes arc lall In the Tyrol. Sidney Hohenfeld, in adapting the comedy into English, has fhown much spirited fidelity, which Dankl and Charles Frohman have so ad mirably succeeded In putting upon the ttage. The humor la the German comedy lies In the oddity of the characters and In the unexpected relations into which they are brought. Each character in "At the White Hor?e Tavern" is said to be a portrait.-a picture of a real person, with an Individuality, usually quite eccentric. In, the -production of the piece, each player Is assigned to a part for which he or she Is especially adapted. It Is remarkable what a sympathetic Insight Is obtained by this method. The auditors do not laugh at these people In the Tyrol; they laugh with them. This Is ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 February 1900

THE IITIIAI:IjlPOLtG, JOUUITAL, SUNDAY, . I?EDIIITAIIY 11, ICC 15 -Hi of with f rc- 1? h -sht ?mer. ldea th ienyl roo' p. i). a nod p. r. Mtan 3day fol- nge Field Mien Paf Iks bold El" nett rat es'' Ms r.ia. rch sod no; Pen- i J. yen . se- IPS :ed on Its tVa rih- ln- be 1 03. are ;to. st ver vaa 12! fiat to it, or- iva :he he ed. le-a- iar tie Ist- old tell or 'by ax so At he tr :3 fS- L.1 u PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. The Man from Pareunia By GILBERT DAYLE Copyright. 1300, "Mr. Qualn, sir." announced Errlngton's fcrvant. holding the door open. Hartley Quain, a good-looking man of about forty. strolled leisurely Into the l.K-ni. IHs principal mlsison In life waa to arnuVe himself, and most people were un cVrthe impression that he accomplished the task in a highly satisfactory manner, lie found his friend pacing the room rest- lesfly. 'Ah'." exclaimed Errington. swinging round "on hl3 heel, "here you are at last." Quain pulled out his watch and glanced at it with a smile. -My d...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 February 1900

IG THE.. INDIANAPOLIS JOUHNAL, SUNDAY, FZ2BBIJAI17 11, IC.: FOR FEMININE READERS CXJalM THAT WOMKX HAVE NOT enokjh m:iivi: hclaxation. To De Inierentlnff "Women Mnt Keep Up vrith the Time The Cometle Guun-Odds and Lind. Once upon a time, says a writer In a Philadelphia paper. Eve ate an apple, then she settled down to the fireside and the spinning wheel, while Adam, walking abroad in the wide world, far outpaced her la the knowledge of -good and evil. This went on for generations, until the woman began to make little excursions away from her fireside and her spinning wheel. She found the paths of action very pleasant to follow, and the time came when her fire dropped away into ashes and her spinning wheel was hushed. But Adam had so much of a start that the woman found Ehe must do a deal of sprinting to catch up -with him. Brain and hand cried out for training, and brain being the most Important received first at tention. Women's colleges sprang Into ex istence, and she toiled and w...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 February 1900

BULLER TO MAKE INBIANAPOLI ENA1 K J I WKEKLY ESTABLISHED 1S3. I VAT T Vfj '''llMiV.r DAILY KSTAtiLIIIED 1SCC. J ' J lJ, -Li 1V.;. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MOHNING, FEBRUARY 12, 1900. TT TTT? O nUVTC C AT RAILWAY M" s FTAM)S. ON A IVIVjIj O V;Lii AO. ( TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. 5 CUNT? V JOU JOUBE rr AFTER I Rumor that He Is Trying to Flank the Brit ish General with 6,000 Men. Boers Now South of the Tugela Near Chievely and jn Possession of Hills That Command Two Bridges Over the Riven Britons at Home Warned by Winston Church' ill that the Losses Will Be Heavy. Lord Roberts at Modder RiverStarvation Threatening Kimberley Boers Preparing to Assault the Town Fighting Near Rensberg. LONDON, Feb. 12, 4:30 a. m. .The most startling: rumor received .from Natal' in the past twenty four hours is a dispatch from Dur ban, dated yesterday, which reads: '"It is rumored here that General ' Joubert is marching with a column of 6,000 men to outflank General Buller." ' The Boers have crossed the Tu gela near ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 February 1900

TIIE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1900. WILL BUILD THE ROAD 1USSI. TO SOOX COXSTntCT A ItAIIAVAV ACROSS PEUSIA. Will De liOO Mile Loa and Cost 150,000,000 Roubles Soctal It Demonstration. LONDON. Feb. li The St. Petersburg correspondent of tbs Dally Mall says: 'The construction of the Transperslan Railway has been decided upon. The line "will be 1.3), miles long and will cost 150.OJ0.000 roubles (Turkestan.) The Vledomostl says the route will be from Dshulfa by way of Tabreez, Hamadan. Ishpahan and Kerman to Bander Abbas." SOCIALIST DBMOXSTHATIOY. Noisy Frenchmen Attend a Funeral of a Ilnaslnn MhlllH. PARIS, Feb. 11. The funeral of the Rus sian Nihilist, Peter Lavrosl. to-day was the occasion of a big socialist demonstration. Delegates representing revolutionary asso ciations In all parts of Europe attended and marched In a long, tumultuous procession from his late residence on the Rue St. Jacques to the Cemetery of Mont Parnasse. The advance of the demonstration was m...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1900. New York Störe established 1H53. Sole Acrnta Xlattertck rutterna. Two Big Sales Mill End Sale Annual Unlaundered Shirt Sale ToDay Pettis Dry Goods Co. OjUR Large Stock and Large Bus-- lneis enables us to undersell all others. CEO. J. JIAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St Second largest Shoe Store In the World. IMunn's Elixir of Opium It a preparation cf the drug by which its In jurious effects are removed, while the valuable medicinal properties are retained. In acute nerv ous disorders It is an invaluable remedy, and la recommended by the test physicians. E. FERIIETT, Agent, 373 Pearl St., Netv York. 20c off every dollar purchase until March 1. Jewelry. Watches, Diamonds, Solid Sil ver, Cut Glass. A ?5c Sliver Spoon 43c lü East WushliiKtoa Street. Indiana Dental College Department of Dentistry. 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. tn, f. W...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 February 1900

A THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1900 THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1000. Telephone Calla. Business Offlee 23S Editorial Rooms 85 TERMS OF SfBSCRIPTIOX. DAILY BY MAIL. . Pally only, one month 1).71 Ially only, three months 2.00 Daily only, one year ft. 00 Dailv. including Sunday, one year ln.oo Sunday only, one year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Tally. per week, by carrier - l"! et Sujvlay. single ropy... 5 et Dally and Sunday, per week, by carrier.... 23 cts "WEEKLY. Per year........ 11.00 Reduced Rates to C Inb. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons sendlnjr the Journal through the malls In the United Stt should put on an eight-page paper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or stiteen-rare paper a TWO-CENT postage tamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompa...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1000. 5 r line Has been asked, with tising purposes in the reply, "Where Does it Most Profit to Buy?" The inquiry is usually put indicating the 'advertiser" as the problem, based on extravagant advertising assertions of "vastness,'7 ''extraordinary facilities," etc. Some recent advertising on this line would seem to us vague and not largely convincing, the less so in that experience has not borne out the claim. The trade generally are in position to correctly gauge the opportunities we offer, and will not find in any market lower quotations, more liberal terms, or proportionately better stocks MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. Importers, Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. KXCLIS I VELY INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air EHs, Pillow and Chair Cushions, Hospital rtinsrs. Urinals, HM Fan. Fountain and LSulb Vyrlnires. Hot Water Bottles. Stomach Tubes ana bnower uatns. WJL II. ARMSTRONG & CO.. SURGICAL. INSTRUMENT MAKERS ZZ2 and 2ZI South Meridian St. N...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 February 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1900. JOURNAL'S DCSIESS DIRECTORY. COAL Cobtirn Coal Co., Enst Ed strL Anth racite, coke, tarJ ana ioft coal. Fhor. 2ii5. DYKING BRILL &, CO., fancy dyers and cleanfrs illlc curtain.. any rlor, lmed and finished equal to new: aN ladies' liKht cloth Jacket a dilty. 22i Massachusetts venu and 133 North Illinois street. FLORISTS iJErtTERMANJ? FLORAL COMPANY. New No. 41 Mm are.. ES N. 11. it. Tel. M. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE f AUNDRT. Work called for. Vir, ave. '1'nons EM. S1ANTELS AND GRATES P. IL PDRSELL Olaatala. Furnaces), 231 2iass. av. BALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (C&rrlarea. Trap. Buck boards. tc) fi drei. TtL 1C3T. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WIEGET 111 South PtcasylranU at. UNDERTAKERS FRANK 13 LAN CHARD, 99 N. Dslawar it. TsL IL Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS IL C. STEVENS. New Etyl Wall Paper. Low prices. 0 N. Eenats av. TtL 2 od 2. rU.NCItAL DIRECTORS FLANNER BUCHANAN 523 North Illinois stritt. Lady etotamier, for ladle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1900. GREAT LOAN EXPANSION FUATl'HE OF. TIIK WEEK IN THE BANK STATEMENT SATURDAY. Market Somenlint "Weaker ly Ileaaon of Professional Manipulation Lo cal Trade Fell Off Slightly. At New York Saturday money on call was steady at 2 per cent. Prime mercantile paper. i'aZ per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with ac tual business In bankers bills at M.ST'i'ror demand and 4.S41.; for sixty days; posted rates. 5I.SG and Jl.SSVi; commercial bills. Silver certificates were SWTittc; bar sil ver. 5374c; Mexican dollars. 4714c. Bar sil ver at London was steady and higher, at 27 9-1 Sd per ounce. Imports of specie at the port of New Tork for the week ended Feb. 10 were $13, 261 in gold and $124,904 in silver. Exports of fpecle to all countries were 5343,903 In gold and 1.120,000 In silver bars and coin. The Imports of dry goods and merchan dise at the port of New York for the week were valued at $11,530,13. The weekly statement of the associated...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 12 February 1900

! 8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1900. LSYRESCa Announce 1,000 ELSON PRINTS The superiority of these Pictures Is read ily apparent. They are "photogravures made direct from negatives from the ORIGINALS, not from copies." "They have the softness of a photograph combined with the strength of a print." The size of the picture proper is about lXt inches, printed upon OxLMnch sheets of specially prepared etching paper. OUR PRESENT SHOWING Consist:! of five series, covering Greek. Ro man and Egyptian architecture, Greek iculpture and "Here Shakspeare Lived." A NEW SERIES Which will bft here about the 17th has to do with Gen. George Washington and fa mous pictures depicting episodes of his career. One Picture, 10 cents. Portfolio of 10, with descriptions, $1.00 L. S. AYRES & CO. Sole Ajcenta for Standard Patterns. I lcturey "Framing BfT UCMtAttfX Manaiictorer of Grille and Fret Work. ART SQUARES .....AND RUGS IJONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE 100 Axmlnster Rugs, Monday, $1.87 Gr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 February 1900

INDIANAPOLIS JGUBNAI "A A WEEKLY F.STAr.LlSHED ) rfT T VH AA DAILY ESTABLISHED IfcjO. J vL. J-i 11 W. 1 . INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 13, 1900. PRICE 3 CENTS. (AT RAILWAY NEWS STANDS. ON t TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. & CENT. 7 TO MISE SIEGE C03IMANDER-IN-CHIEF ROBERTS WILL MARCH OX KIMDERLEY. lias an Armr of 35,004) 3Ien at 3Iodder nirtr and la Ready to Advance Against General Cronje. WILL TUEN THE BO EE LEFT AND ATTE31PT TO REACn THE SÖRTH BY WAY OP JACOBSDAL. Cecil Rhodes's Town In Sore Straits and Mait He Snccored With out Farther Delay. SITUATION ON THE TUGELA BOERS IS POSITION ACROSS THE RIVER NEAR CIIIEVELY. Two Thonsand More Marching Through Zululand Large Number Hear Eshovre Duller Resting. LONDON. Feb. 13, 4:15 a. m. Lord Rob erts has gathered 25,000 men. with whom, according to the beat military opinion In I London, he purposes turning the left of the Magersfonteln lines near Jacobsal. en tering the Free State, compelling General Cronje to raise the siege of Klmber...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS, JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1900. end senator In the greatest law-making ttdy of the world. He represents th-3 principles for which this league co itends. uni no nan des it better. It was only the other day that, with a visible audience, perhaps uneqi'&Ied in this generation, and with the ear of the Nation turned toward h.'m. with one bound, into the hearts an! confidence of all the patriotic people, leaped our Junior senator, the Hon. Albert J. Beverldge. Of the thirteen member of the House of Representatives from Indiana nine aro Republicans. I would be glad to recount their records, would time permit. They are bringing honor to our State. Each i a prominent factor In the solution of the problem which successively must be solved by our great Nation." Mr. Gilbert said the people had much to congratulate themselves upon since the la?.t presidential campaign. He told how prosperity had come, how confidence had been returned and labor employed. He said that a ...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1900. New York Store Established 1853. Sole A cent Datterlck Tattern. Tuesday's Specials: 300 Decorated Haviland Cov ered Dishes special for $1.48, $1.98, $2.75 Come to the sale of Unlaundered Shirts to-day. SHIRTS for- 25c, 39c, 49c, 69c VALENTINE5--lc to $1.15. Pettis Dry Goods Co. ReadyMade AND Made to Order Shirts We are now prepared to show you all the late styles In ready made fancy Shirts for spring. Also materials for made-to-order Shirts. Our line of Shirtings is the prettiest we have ever shown. Your in spection Is invited. Shirting Sold by the Yard, PaulH.Kräuss 44 E. Washington St. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure This preparation is particularly adapted to the treatment of acut COLDS, COUGHS. LA CHIPPE, BRONCHITIS. CATARRH. HEAD ACHE!. ETC. and the formula as now prepared la the result of the, long experience and exhaus tive research of the world's most distinguished specialist In thl class of diseases. HUDER'S DRUG STORE, Wa...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 13 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1000. Telephone Calls. Business Office 2C3 Editorial Rooms SC TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. DAILY BY MAIL. Dally only, one month $3.71 Daily only, three months 2.0 Ii1 only, one year S.QO Dallv. Inclu'Iintr Sunday, one year l'VM Eun lay only. one year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally, per week. Ly carrier 13 cts Sunday, Inrl copy 6 et Dally and Sunday, per wefk. by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Ter year 11.00 Reduced Rate to ( Inltx. FubscrSbe with any of our numerous agents or nd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Intl. Persons nd!njr the Journal through the malls In the United State should put on an eight-page paper a ONE-CENT postage damp; on a twelve or sixten-pare rarT a TWO-CENT rotac tamp. Foreign postage- Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and add...

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