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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. 5 m For Sehoollboys Warmer wrather. OOOO Suits in neat Scotch Mixtures, nobby plaids and stripes, knee pants, double-breasted cats, stout sturdy garments for boys A Q who give clothes a bard racket-f or- j)ö merly $3.50.. A few Suits, Reefers and Overcoats one of a kind lOOl half price. All children's 50c Underwear at 35c. SEE THE W V When Clothing Co. . . 30 to 40 . . North Penn. St. CP y " i -it... ... j- w irri WILL NOT CONFER LONG H. II. IIANA THINKS FINANCIAL, DILL WILL SOON DC REPORTED. He Delieves the Conference Will Report m Better 3Ieaaare Than Waa Passed by Either House. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON, Feb. 17.-IIugh II. Hanna, who Is in Washington. Is In close touch with the Senate and House conferees having In charge the. financial bills. He Is exceedingly -well satisfied with the situation, and expresses the conviction that the conference bill will be better than either of the measures acted upon by t...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. JOURXAI-'S DISINCSS DIRECTORY. CO A L. Co bum Co I Co.. East 221 street. Anthracite, coke, hard an4 oft coal. Thor 24V. DTEINO BRILL, it CO., fancy dyers an1 flinn slllc curtains, any color, rlenrl and finished equal to new; also ladi5' light cloth Jackets a p-eia-lty. 22 Massachusetts avtnus and North Illinois street. FLORISTS " BEP.TEr.MAN'N FLORA! COMPANY. New No. 211 Mi avc.. 22 N. Del. L Tel. 143. LAUNDRIES CO-OPERATIVE JAUNDTtT. Work cilled for. 3&-Ut Vlrg. ave. Thon 1233. MANTELS AND GRATES P. If. PUHS ELL OUntt's. Furnacei). . 331 Mm are. PATENT LAWYER? V. II. LOCKWOOD. Lemckc buiMlng. 8 ALE AND LI VERT STABLES HORACE WOOD (CaxrUfet. Trap. Buck- beards, etc.) 25 Circle. Tel. 1M7. EIIOW CASESWILLIAM WIEOEU 111 South Per.naylTanU st. UNDERTAKERSFRANK ELANCHARD. 3 N. Delaware t. Tel. 41L Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS IL C, ETEVEN8. New Style Wall Paper. Low prices. .830 N. Senate ave. TcL 2 on OSZ. F15ERAL DIRECTO...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900 DAVID HARUM: lbs wisely said: "Int'restVone o them things that keep3 right on nights an' Sundays." Deposit your savings in the. . . INDIANA TRUST CO. IT WILL' PAY YOU 3 INTEREST On Deposits of one dollar and upward. You may open an account at any time. ' No regular ; amount is required. OFFICES: Indiana Trost Bldg. Cor. Washington St. and Virginia Ave. LOANS, RENTS, REAL ESTATE, . FIRE INSURANCE, TRUSTS of EVERY KIND. THE MARION TRUST CO. N. E. Cor. Monument Piece acd Market St Hours, 9 to 4. and Saturday evening:. Mortgage Loans Made on Improved property In Indianapolis and farms In Central Indiana on the most favorable terms. Collateral Loans ' Call and time loans made on. approved k collaterals at current rates. The Company is prepared to make '.' liberal loans on Business and Residence Property, or for building, to be refunded In Monthly Payments. CENTRAL TRUST CO. 150 East Market St. sah: deposits. S. A. I LL1CHER&...

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

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. Mionfactorer cf Grilles and Fret Work. A BIG BARGAIN SALE MONDAY Large Rugs from Short Lengths Brussels, Velvet, Wilton-Velvet Carpet lengths, made by experts into NO DUPLICATES. 9x12 nrunsels, from J12.75 to 117. 5x12 Wiitnn Velvet, from li.y to $23.5) JrflS- U'Mton Velvot V.t.y) 1-Cxl2 H'liton Velvet, extra 10T5-12 Velvet exio i:rusM!i . 8-2 xVS UrUL'n'a SU. S-3xU Prussia JH.') !U) Wilton lit') S-dx7S Wilton Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 Weil Washington Street. Hardwood Floors laid, finished sad rtflnlshed. "TELL THE TRUTH" Monarch Grocery Motto. 18 lbs Granulated Suar $1 Best Kettle-rendered Lard, 2 lbs. 15c Highland Nave Oranges 20c, 30c, 40c a dozen. CCTAII the New VezetaMes from the Soath, E7New crop Teas, 70c lor the $1 qualities. Monarch Grocery 112 E Washington SL Telephone 1453 16th and Illinois Sts., Tel. 1469. CHLEICHER' 13-22 North Meridian St Anticipate Your Needs This Is a least bit early I...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

JOURNA Part Two H Pages 9 to 16 A PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. r SUNDAY INDIANA'S GREATEST DISTRIBUTERS Elson Prints The promised George Washington series arrived Saturday. It includes the Stuart portrait, Washington crossing the Delaware and other famous pictures of the life of him whose birth we celebrate next Thursday. Isn't there some one you'd like to remember with a gift of one or the series. Elson Prints photogravures on etching paper. One One Dime Series , One Dollar Silk Stripe Challies These,, are clever copies of the beautiful French Javainaise which we are enabled to offer at less than half the price of the more pretentious imported fabric Some very choice patterns at 35c a yard. Fancy Cheviots Are among the fashionable conceits for the spring street costume. Here are two well worth seeing. Zlbeline Cheviots, In mottled stripes, gray, biege and blue, 50 Inches wide, a yard 81-23 Heather Mixtures, with a crisp worste...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

10 TBE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900.- . 1 1 11 i .- . cerning which they ro longer advance any occult theories. It will be remembered that the massacre of the Catholic mission at Tlen-Tsin In July. 1S70, resulted from the belief that children were murdered by sisters to secure their brains and eyes, which they made Into medicine, and In the looting of the orphan asylum they discovered what they regarded as Irrefutable proof a lot of empty gelatine capsules. These they declared were the dried eyes of children, nor could they be convinced of the contrary. Now, capsules are comparatively familiar pulte so to the thousands who come to the dispensaries or who patronize European or American physicians. Dr. Martin realized the deliberation with which the Chinese discussed and entered upon new measures, but he considered them sufficiently shrewd and Intelligent to perceive the advantages that might be derived from certain European innovations. The universal Individualism,...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS r JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. 11 TheCity'sOCIAL LIFE -Ja Events, Gay e tics and Personal Activities "of the Week ES- j The following Interesting and Instructive bit of conversation Is a part of an exchange of confidences among a company of young women as reported by th4 veracious New York Sun: "One of the best ways In which to hasten a proposal." said the Medical Student, "is to keep a man out In a rainstorm." "In a rainstorm?" said the girl who wrote verses. "I should think It would be easier by a glowing grate fire or a hearth with crackling logs or on a yacht deck anywhere but in the rain." "No. they are too comfortable then," said the Medical Student. 'That's the sort of thlntr encourages those wordless trances that the Newspaper girl talk3 about. More men have proposed in bleak boarding house parlors with wax fruit under a glass bell on a marble-topped table and Washington crossing the Delaware on the wall than ever popped the question by the fire." "Ve...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

VI TUE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. I THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1S00. Telephone Cnll. Euj!nss Offlce TA Editorial Rooms 86 TER3IS OF SinSCHIlTlON. DA I LT BT MAIL. Pally only, one month . p.7 laily only, three months Daily only, nnc year rallv. In!u'lintr Sunday, one year. JAon Sunday only, on year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENT:-. Dallr. per week, by carrier 1 et f-iiniay. nlnsl cojy 5 ct Dally ana Sunday, per Teek. by carrier.... 20 cts .WEEKLY. fM, Ter year $100 II educed Hute to( lu1. Fubscr'.he with any of our numerous a rents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indians pollM, Intl. Person sending the Journal through th mills In the United State KhouM put on an eizht-pasre paper a OXE-CEXT postage amp: on a tw lve or ftixteen-t e paper a TU'tK'ENT, poptairestamp. Foreign jonag Is usually .double these rates. All communications intended for publication in this paper mu.t, in order to receive attention, he accompanied by the name ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

' THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. 13 A Devil-Bird' Hunt By FREDERICK A. OBER. Author of "The Silver King." Hi It took place in the West Indies, that hunt for the mysterious devil-bird, and carried me. as its archetype carried the greatest ami best of our race, up into a hiph mountain. And it was at the vcry.beplnnlnp: of the rainy season. atout the time the annual hurricanes were due, when the clouds were laden with moisture that was readily precipitated into rains against the ' mountain top, and the dense, tropical vegltation was dripping with water. The Morne au DIable, or the Devil's mountain, is the central peak of a chain constituting the vertebral column of that beautiful Island. Dominica. This Island lies In about latitude 16 north, and so Is well within the tropics, where, however, Its altitude In the Interior gives it a range of climate possessed by but few countries on earth. The bald and barren peak of the Devil's mountain rises to a height of more th...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

14 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. I Flayer j PARiWi It Is very rire that a New York and London company takes to the road In Its entirety, with all the original scenery and properties, as well as the complete cast. Just as It was presented in the American and British capital?, but such Is'the case with Liebler & Co.'b "Children of the Ghetto," which comes to English's Opera Ilouo Friday and Saturday of this week, with a special matinee Saturday. The play u a dramatization by Israel Zangwlll of his most famous novel of the same name, and was originally produced In .T.'afhinston. where it received approval of both critics and public. Afterwards it was presented in Baltimore and Philadelphia before Kolmr Into New Tork, where It ran for six weeks at (he Herald-square Theater. Thence it was taken to London, but on account of bad theatrical business In the English metropolis, due to the Interest in the South African war, the company decided to return to Am...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1900. 15 5 U w MK j. vivfv vjXiMXVii A .J - . . . . 1 A Yellow Rose By MRS. H. (Copyrlght. 1300. by Puck looked out of thrt breakfast-room vir. dow and made faces at Captain Charlton, who beckoned and held up a gaily bedizened box of chocolates. For some weeks r.ast he had found it expedient to ny In a stock of such boxes for purposes cf bribery and corruption. puck shook her head. She knew that he was dreadfully anxlou3 for her to come out. and fhe had no Idea of making: her services too cheap. He was waiting: on the lawn for the dogcart to come round to drive him to the station. He had breakfast alone, and he had his own reasons for not wishing to enter the house again. He wanted an undisturbed interview with puck. He balanced half a crown very enticingly on the edge of the chocolate box. Fuck disappeared from the window, and was standing beside him within sixty seconds. The half-crown was transferred to her pocket with astonishing; r...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 18 February 1900

16 FAR SOUTH IN MEXICO ricrt itnsqiR hits or life ix tub SL.WY Sl.MMCIl LAND. One Hnllrvnr SnccMnf nlly Hull. Another Awnltlnff Pushers-Lively Nntlve Festival. Correspondence of ths Indianapolis Journal. TfÜIUANTHTEC. Mexico, Feb. O.-The I'alrstine of the new world is near enough to the Pacific ocean for ocean breezes to whirl In clouds the dust that lies anklo deep on sMetvalks and streets alike. It Is Tehuantepec, half an hour's run from the pert of Sallna Cruz, and the jerky 'mixed freight" train that dally trundles unwillingly down to the coast bring-s back to Tehuantepec cargoes of Pacific countries wares that make the market place always the busiest place In a tropical city a cosmopolitan scene that only accentuates the encient town and Its primitive methods of rhandlins the wares. From the depot all that is shipped into Tehuantepec Is carried by lusty porters or conveyed In ßhricklns ox-carts. The wheels of the latter are hewn from a single piece of vood, the axles are never ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 February 1900

IHBIAMA10LIS JOUEHAI WKKKL.Y ESTAHLTSIIED IfTZ. 1 "VOT T "VO Kl DAILT ESTABLISHED 150. J JJ, JU i J, OVJ. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. T)T)tati O flTJVTC t AT AILWAY NEWS STANDS. A 1v10j2j O LXll lc. TRAINS AND SUNDAYS, & CUN 1INTS. 7 BETWEEN MIL Boer Army Practically on the Defensive Be tvveen General Roberts and Bullen Magnificent Work of French's Column Has Made the New Situation Possible, and General Activity Continues on All Sides. GEN. BULLER IS ADVANCING STEADILY Methuen's Army Now Available for Service in Conjunction with Lord Roberts. Some Lively Work Around Dordrecht, with Uniform British SuccessesActivity of Boers Around Ladysmith Rumor About Cronje. LONDON, Feb. 15, 4:50 a. m.-It is now Amply confirmed that General Cronje escaped. Every detail received, however, proves how admirably Lord Roberts's plans were conceived and were succeeding. But for tbe unexpected delay- at Dekiel's drift which was almost impassablo for wagons, the whole Boer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. ANOTHER "VEILED LADY" siiu Fictnrs ix a Fnnxcii secrctseiiyici: nnsoDK. Trapa a Ilarenu Ofllclal, IV ho "Wanted to Sell Information to Knglantl German- Flu lit American OH. PARIS, Feb. IS. The sensational newspapers of Paris publish a story with "regard to a yub-chlef of one of the bureaus of the ministry of marine named Philippe, who Is said to have been discovered In an cffer to furnish Great Dritaln information relating to the freighting of vessels for the Transvaal in French ports. It Is alleged that in the letter containing his proposal he asked 23,000 francs In return for the information. It is also alleged that the letter was seized on the strength of. information given through Dr. Leyds, whereupon M. Philippe absconded. The Nationalist Journals insinuate that he received timely warning from the French government and was thus enabled to escape to England. Dr. Leyds, however, denies the part' attributed to hlrn In the affair...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. 3 New York Store LKaMlibrd IS.3. Sole Asrnta Dntterlck ratlern. Novelty " Dress Goods Sale Begins this morning at 8 o'clock. Dress goods at prices that mean much to you. Imported fabrics for 10c, 29c. 39c 49c 59c Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus. incss enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J. M AROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St Second largest 'ßhoe Store In the World. McMuna's Elixirof Opium Is a preparation of tne drur-br which It In. Jurtnu effect are removed, while the valuable medicinal properties art retained. In acute nervous disorder It 1 an Invaluable remedy, and Is recommended tj the best phyflclans. IS. FE It RETT, Agent, 372 Pearl St., Xevr York. AMUSEMENTS. "Naughty Anthony" reaches Its fiftieth performance at the Herald-square Theater, Kew York, to-night. The Rounders, with Thomas Q. Seabrooke and Dan Daly In the cast. Is one of the principal Boston attractions this week. E. IL Sothern and Virginia Ha...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900, THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1000. Telephone Calls. Business OfSce ZZS Editorial Rooms 8 TERMS OF subscription. DAILY BY MAIL. Dallr only, on month f).7 Iaily only, three months 2.oo Iaiiy only, one year 8.M Dallr. Including Sunday, one year J'VW Sunday only, one yeir 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Illr." rr irwlc. by carrier 1 eta FurvLay. ulngl. ropy 5 cts Jaily nl Sunday, per wwk, by carrier.... 20 cts .... WEEKLY. Per year fl.OO Reduced Ilaten to L'lnhs. Fubscrlb with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Intl. Person sending the Journal through the malls Ir. the L'nlte.$ yt.-tf should put on an elrht-pae T-ai-er a ONE-CENT Kstage stamp: on a twelve or elte-n-raa rr a TWO-CENT pota tamp. ..Foreign postage la usually double these rates. . , .AH eomrnnnlcltfons Intended for publication In this paper mut, In 9rdr to receive attention, be accompanied by the name an...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. G 66 PLACING As past season has demonstrated, and as present one seems likely to additionally confirm DOES NOT COMPLETE THE PURCHASE It is, more than ever before, desirable to have the order with some one on whom you can rely for delivery. Our stocks throughout every department were never previously so large, or contracts for the future so well in hand, and in this season of "short" and "delayed" deliveries, you will not obtain better satisfaction in any market, whether for PRESENT or FUTURE shipment, than with MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. Importers, Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (EXCLUSIVELY BOMB WJ3 OPFER $13,500 Jackson County, Ind 4s $105,000 Spencer County, Ind 3s $3,000 Union Traction Co 5s $17,000 City of Noblesvllle, Ind 4s Prices and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD 6c CO 205 Stevenson Building. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Bis, Pillow And Chair Cushions, Hospital III ns. Urinals. Bed Tans, Fountain and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 February 1900

ü THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. JOURNAL'S BUSINESS DIRECTORY. COAL COAL Coburn Ceal Co.. Käst 22d ftreet. Anthracite, fok, hard nd oft coal, t'hon ?44.. EYEING ; EniLL A CO..- Tansy dye an l clanr 111c curtains, any clor, rln1 anl flnishl equal to r.ew: als Ud!T l!?ht cloth jackrU a elaltj-. 22 Mmcliutetu arenu and North Illlnol tr-t. . - FLORISTR E ItTEH M A NM FLORAL COMPATT. New No. 241 Maaa a v.. tt N. Ial. at. Tal. LAUNDTIIEÄUNION CO-OPERATIVE I-AUNDRT. XVorte called frr. U-m Virg. ave. Thona i:f3. MANTELS AND GRATES P. IL. PLTiEELL fUantala, Furnacea). 231 Mm. T. PATENT LAWYERS V. iL LOCKWUOD, m 415-4H Lemcke bulMlng. SALE AND LIVERT ETADLES HORACE WOOD Carrlaff. Traj. Euekboard i. ate.) 25 Cütl. Ttl. 1C37. EIIOW CASESWILLIAM WIECEL. 11 Booth Pnnaylvanl. t. UN DERTAK ERS FRANK RLANCIIARD, 99 N. rUvrir. ,t. Tal. 411. Lair Attendant. wall papers IL a STEVENS. Nw Stjl Wall Paper. Low prices. 34 N. becate av. TtL 2 od 2X2. FUNERAL DIRECTORS FLA NN ER A BUCHA...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 19 February 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. SMALL TRADE IN STOCKS Tim WEEICS SPECULATION WAS FAR OCLOW TIIC AVCRAGB. General Public Held Aloof from the StreetLocal Trade Heloiv Expectation for the Senson. At New York Saturday mency on call was nominal. Prime .mercantile paper, 43 pv.r c-nt. Sterling exchange was firm, with ru-tual business in bankers' bills at $i.&7K$I.S3 for demand, and $l.S4;g 1.54H for Mxty da;s; posted rates, ,t.& and I.&S; commercial bills. $4.S34,&4.S3;. Silver certificates were CSU'QGOc; bar silver, &c; Mexican dollars, 47&c. liar ellver at London was steady anil quIH at 27Vid per ounce. Exports of gold and silver from the port of New York to all countries fo. tl.e wvck aggregate $733,870 in silver bar an-1 cvlr, and $2$1,5S7 In gold. The Imports o! i-pecio for the week were 111,017 In gold and $3S,023 In silver. The Imports of dry goods and merchandise at the port of New York lo...

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

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. The Designer Is a monthly magazine of fashions r,,i 4W ;e n worthy of a place in every house hold. The Subscription price 13 CI OH 1 -r-rt-i I V VV ft J Will. A SPECIAL OFFER Subscribe at our Pattern Counter and we will present you with a coupon redeemable at its face value (50 cents) in Standard Patterns at any time within a year. L. S. AYRES & CO. SOLE AGENTS FOR STANDARD PATTERNS EfT U CHAPf7 Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work A BIG BARGAIN SALE MONDAY Large Rugs from Short Lengths Brussels, Velvet, Wilton-Velvet Carpet lengths, made by experts into RUGS NO DUPLICATES. x!2 nrussels. from $12.73 to ftt.y xl2 Wilton Velvet, from iJ.'J to 1.90 t)x- Uilton Velvet $26.90 l)-6xl2 wuton Velvet, extra J.D.oo 10S-12 Velvet 2X) 6x10 i:rul $s.5-8-3x3-8 Krüssels $11 8-3x11 Brussels 814.00 9X11) Wilton SU.W t-x7-S Wilton $1L5J Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 mad ID Weit Washington Street. IXardwocd Floors la!...

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