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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, :" SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900. ö If it interests yovii wool tilt 5 of tlio $C, or $7 qvitilitios, tuid tlion ifyou do not wear c. oris calico collar you may get o. fnnoy lairt for At MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. Our NOTION DEPARTA1ENT solicits your favorable inspection of recent importations in Laces, . All0ver Nets, Fringes, Very complete assortment of staple Millinery "find' ings," Seam Bindings, Bias Velveteen, etc. (WHOLESALE we: opper $13,500 Jackson County, Ind... As $105,000 Spencer County, lnd 3s $3,000 Union Traction Co 5s Prices and particulars upon application. CAMPBELL, WILD & CO. 205 Stevenson Building. XX II II II II II II II II MORTOX PLACB O Beautiful, . new, modern, strictly 0 high-grade home house of 10 large O o XJ rooma beautifully arranged, fin- U TT ished, decorated and chandellered; fine plumbing; combination steel eH furnace, brick-set; an Ideal home $2,500 cash required; the balance long time. Property value, $7,000. 12...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 March 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900. JOCnXAL'S IUSI.KSS DIIlECTOItY. COAL WWWVTVVW COAL Ccbum Col Co.. East 22d t. Anthracite. cke. hard and soft coal. Phone 2MÄ. DYEING BRILL, it CO., fancy dyer ani cleaners; silk curtairs. any color, cleaned ani finished equal to new; aljkj ladies' llxht cloth Jackets a specialty. 2s Massachusetts avenue and 13 North Illinois stre-t. FLORISTS . nrRTERMAN'N FLORAL, COMPANT. New Ni. m Ma ave.. Hi X. Iel. t. Tel. 8 P. LAUNDRIES UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNDRY. VoTk called for, US-I44 Vlrg. ave. 'Phone 12C3. MANTELS AND GRATES P. M. PURS ELL (Mantels, Furr.acts). - - Z'A Mass. are. TATENT LAWYERS V. IL LOCK WOOD. 41i-41S Lemcke building. BALE AND LIVERY STABLESHORACE WOOD (Carriages, Traps. Buckrosr1w. etc.) Zi Cirri. Tel. IVjI. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEU 113 South Pennsylvania at. UNDERTAKERS . FRANK ULANCHARD. 9 N. Delaware st. Tel 411- Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS If. C. STEVK.VS. New Styl Wall Ptpr, Low prices. 30 N. Senate avc. Tel. 2 on...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 March 1900

1 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1900. SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. 1 LLIClihRa CO.'S 30 Hait AVaihlngton Street Absolute safety acalnst fire and burglar. Policeman day and nitht on R5ard. Designed for faf keeplnr of Money. Bonds, Willi. Deeds, Abstracts. Stirer I'lat. Jewels and valuable 1 run Its. Packages, etc. Contains 2.1i boxes. Lent t tt to 4fi pe year. JOHN 8. TAllKI.GTOX.....Mana;er. 39 NASSAU STREET, SEW YORK. Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities Hilt VET EDWARD TISK rOEGK II. BOBINSON. Mt saber New Tork Stock Exc&aaf. YIELDED TO A BEAR RAID SEW YORK STOCKS SHOWED NO SIGNS OF STRENGTH FRIDAY. Sugar nelow Tar for the First Time la Four YearsUna Roads Unfavorable to Loral Dnslness. At New York yesterday money on call was steady, actual transactions ranging from 2i to 3 per cent.; last loan. 2' per CIlt. Prime mercantile paper, to B'a per cent. Sterling exchange was easy at J4.S6U0 I.S5 for demand, and 11.824.83 ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 3 March 1900

s THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 1000. LS.AYRES&CO. Sole Amenta tor Standard Patterns. A New Umbrella It's to sell at $2, and is a model of value at the price. Any color you'll want opera or Princess handles, matched case and tassel. The material is a silk serge, with silk border- First shown Saturday. Trefousse Gloves, $1.19 They are Suede finish, "Delorme" quality, and come with three clasps, in mode, tan, castor, brown and tobac. All are fresh and new, and will be fitted to the band, Saturday only, at $1.19 a pair. Maanfactarer of Grilles and Fret Work. MARCH to search. APRIL tob You can fet the fullest benefit of the search, and save time, by spendingan hour or two amid the vast and rich display of any of the many departments of our store. There you can select to your full satisfaction we will guarantee no matter how widely varying your taste may be. An early investigation will give us better opportunity to execute your order amid the great volume of ou...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

UND Part One H Pages 1 to 8 A WEEKLY ESTAr.MSHnn - JVOT T XTi fiQ DAILY ESTABLISHED 1SÖ0. ) JJ. la 1 J, UO. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. 1 AY JOURNA NEAR WIBURG XEXT DATTLK NORTH OF MAY JIB FOUGHT BLOE3IFONTEIN. Boera from Natal Said to Ue Concentrating: at a Strong Strategic Point South of Kroonstad. NO WORD FROM BADEN-POWELL JÄEPÜRTED RAISING OF SIEGE OF 31 A FAKING NOT CONFIRMED. Boen, However, nave Probably Left to Join Jonbert In the Defense of the Free State. KBTJGER AND STEYN TO CONFEB HAY DISCUSS THE ADVISABILITY OF SUING FOR PEACH. Little Probability of Negotiations Being Opened Until After Another Decisive Battle. LONDON'S EBULLITION OF JOY 0CENES LAST WEEK THAT RIVALED AJCY EVER SEEN IX PARIS. Women Carried Away xrlth Excitement aa Well aa Men Shooting and Sinking on the Highways. LONDON, March 4. There were no Important developments In the South African situation yesterday. General Duller is relieving the wants of the Lady ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

2 TIIE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. 500.000. Not only that, but the Interest charjce by the refunding of the bonds and the payment of matured bonds, has been reduced &.500 per annum. Hut th.it in't all. Large and expensive improvements. Immanent in character, to meet the growing demands and wants of the people, have been made. Let me schedule a list of the larger improvement, with the cost thereof: Rebuilding County Asylum, partly with insurance money $16,010 "(i) Recovering and remodeling the courthouse 7,3 "(3.) Cutting: down the courthouse yard and otherwise improving the same 23,000 '(I.) Construction of a cottage at the Lafayette isoldlers Home for tho living soldier and pallors and thdr wives, and the widows of the heroes dead 4,000 "(3.) Erecting a children's guardians' hom? at Irvington, rendered necessary by law 23.000 The Marlon County Asylum for the Incurably Insane, so that no insane citizen of Marion county will hereafter be consigned to the ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. 3 HIS TIME NOT EXTENDED AMBASSADOR lML'XCEFOTC rilEl'AHI.Mi TO 11F.TLIIN TO C.XGLAXD. Ills Service Reqnlred at Whlntou, However, and lie May He Permitted to Stay Reciprocity. WASHINGTON". March 3.-The State Department has not been notified of any purpose on the part of the British government to further extend the Incumbency of Lord Pauncefote as the British ambassador to this capital. It is known thft the ambassador himself U not Informed upon this point. In consequence, he has made all arrangements to depart for England at the end of this month. The ambassador's term has been twice extended beyond the period of service regarded as the maximum by t.N British government. The extensions heretofore, made were on account of the embassador's knowledge of and participation in the Venezuelan contention and in the Behring: sea negotiations. Now he figures as one of the principals in the HayTauncefote treaty, a subject still open, and regarded...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. DOLLAR FOR LOUBET FI It ST OP TI1C LAFAYETTC COIN SOLVEMRS THAT WAS MINTED. Sprech ly Secretary Thompson, of the 3Ionnment Commission, Who Prei scnted the American Token. AN INTERESTING CEREMONY THAT GAVn OrPOIlTlNITV FOR AX ECIIANK OF co3iilimexts. The French President Touched hy the KludnfM of America 11 Ineldentn of the l'nri Carnival. PAR 1 3, March 3. Robert J. Thompson, secretary of the Lafayette monument commission, as special commissioner of the United States representing President McKinley, and In his name, presented to President Lou bet this morning the first of the Lafayette dollars, which was Inclosed in a casket costing: $1.000. The presentation took place at. the Elysee Palace. Mr. Thompson, accompanied by the United States ambassador. General Horace Porter, drove from the embassy to the palace In the ambassador's carriage. On arriving at the Elysee at 11:45 a. m. they "were received by iL ' Mellard. subdlrector of the p...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. JED OBJ T w o.s did. 'fy A'k M la lr . mm . OlS to A. bnolc if you don't like 'em. OPERATIONS OF ft TRUST WORKINGS OP AMERICAN MALTING COMPANY INVESTIGATED. Economiei .Hare .Not Resulted from CombinationEarnings UeloW 7 Per Cent, on $ 14,440,000 Stock. NEW YORK, March 3. The committee appointed to make an Investigation Into the workings of the American Malting Company has completed its labors and reported to the stockholders. The report, in part, says: "On Organisation there was Issued to a party -who held purchasing: options on certain malting plants, situated in different States. 113,740.000 of the common stock and $12,500,000 of the preferred stock, which, with 110,000 of the common stock originally subscribed for In cash, represent a total par valuo of $25.230,000. for which the company acquired all the plants stated In Schedule A, hereto annexed, and cash as a working capital, the sum of $2,0SO,00O. The books of the company do no...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

c THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. jornxAi9 nrsixcss DiitncToitY. COAL COAL-Ccburn Coal Co.. East ZZd t. Anthracite, coke, hanl anl oft coal. Thon 24t3. DYEING PRILL & CO., fancy dyers and cleaners; silk curtains, any color, cleaned and frlshfl equal to new; al.- Ja1 light cloth Jack'tw a specialty2i Maracbusetts avenue and US North Illinois strt. FLORISTS r.nnTEn.fANN' floral company. New No. HI Ms ave,, 2-S N. Del. St. Tel. LAUNDRIES union co-opnnAnvn laundry. TVork falle! for. lIt Vir?, ave. 'Phone I2C3. MANTELS AND GRATi: F. M. PUItSELL (Mantels, Furnaces). 231 Mas. are. PATENT LAV.YCRft V. 11. LOCK WOOD, 413-115 Lcmcke building. BALE AND LIVERY STAHLES HORACE WOOD (Carrlaees. Traps. Duckboarda. etc.) ;j Circle. Tel. 1 i'j7. BHOW CASES WILLI Ail WEIGHU 116 South Penn3ivanla st. UNDERTAKE U3- - FRANK PLANCHARD, N. Delaware st. Tel 41L Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS 11. C. STEVENS. New Styl Wall Taper, Low prices. N. Senate ave. TeL 2 cn 22. FIMJIIAL DIREC...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. DEPOSIT YOUR SAVINGS WITH THE INDIANA TRUST CO. Capital ....... $l,CC3,CeO Liability of Stockholders .' ?1,CM,KJ Total Security for Deposits . ftO,CüO This company will pay you 3 per cent interest, compounded semiannually, on deposits of $1 and upward. . . NO FINES NO EXPENSE FUND NO WITHDRAWAL FEES You can withdraw the full amount of your deposit and.interest without any deductions whatever, OFFICES: INDIANA TRUST BUILDING, Cor. Washington St and Virginia Ave. A Net 6 Investment Non-Asse3sab!e and Non-Taxable Preferred Stock ia the NEW BATES BOUSE The most Important and desirable local enter prise since the Belt Railroad. Three hundred and nfty thousand dollars preferred stock oSered to individual investors, with per cent. net dividends. One-half this stock already ubscribed by local capitalists In blocks of il.OuO and $10.00). Remainder to be rlaced in smaller blocks throughout the city and fetate to Identify a larger number with th...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. Sorrc rare ?fccimens of tho etcher's nrt always to be sen in our cases. Ktchlr.grs nre not fo generally popular as they have been, but the best work U tili belnpr produced and will always remain in favor. THE H. LIEBER COMPANY, SiWMt Washington Street. Manufacturer o! Grilles and Fret Work. AT Monday's Bargain Sale SILKAL1NE and JAPANESE CREPES 689 Yards CHOICEST PATTERNS Only AlONDAY Only Albert Gall Carpels, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 Weil Wnnhlogton Street. Hardwood Floors lata. nliht3 aoi rsflnlthea. "TELL THE TRUTH" Dried Fruits -California Teaches 10c; Apricots, loc; rrune-, 7c; etra quality, 10c Fresh roasted Santos Coffee, 15c;Laguayra, 15c; finest Maracaibo, 20c. All dolbr qualities of Teas, 70c; 80c grades,' 50c; 50c graded, 30c. Monarch Grocery 112 E Washington St Telephone 1453 16th and Illinois Sts., Tel. 1469. SCHLEICH ER' C 18-22 North Meridian St. 4J ARE YOU? Ara you going to paper your house this spring? Are y...

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

1 )AY h Part Two Pages 9 lo 16 J PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. r JOURNA TT O Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods 5 New Parasols A Special Display This west aisle will be for three 5 days bordered with parasol pret- 5 tiness. Every form and fancy of j the world s best makers wil be given a place m the showing. 5 Lace and silk and the chemist's rarest colorings have been com- 5 bined to make the parasols of. 5 19C0 models of beauty. You must see them. Of course the J Americah-made predominate for $ economy's sake, but there's a$ t J I t, sprinkling of the Parisian, and $ we believe you'll scarcely guess $ xohtrh whrh Wnicn IS Wnicn. 5 Of the 500 specimens threefourths of them are exclusive styles and on that fact we base ' OUr belief that you'll choose for .f tnt ;rn;nn nnw. The Ginghams A coicn nowmcr Ginghams are Scotch, more SO now than ever, and with cood $ reason. Scotch ginghams seldom fade in the wash; almost every if ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MATtCH 4, 1900. On the same spot has stood the successive temples of Astarte, Salarnbo and Mohammed, the latter having been pulled down to make way for the cathedral, all hut the GiralJe tower at the northern end. There are nine entrances, two fine gothlc doorways at the east end and on the north side the famous Pucrte del Perdon, which has some exquisite details over its horseshoe arch and a pair of magnificent bronze doors. Entering for the first time It Is well to choose the Puerto del Eagarto (Cate of the Crocodile), so called from the enormous stuffed crocodile that hangs above It, which was sent by the Sultan as a present when he requested the daughter of Alonzo de Subro for his wife. The King kept the ill-omened gift, but declined the young lady, who doubtless tnougnt mat her suitor's first love token was not indicative of the tender regard she desired. Just Inside the main entrance Is the tomb of Fernando Columbus, son of the great naviga...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, - SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. 11 I The City's SOCI AL LI FE Events, Gayeties and Personal Activities of the Week 2F A shy debutante was lectured at length by her chaperon before the first dinner party. She was told, pay 3 a New York writer, to talk, no matter whether she could think of anything to ray or not. "No one pays any attention to what you say the first season anyway, so don't worry, but say something, or you will be put down as a stupid girl or a baby, and your good times will come to an end. One must be Interesting or amusing In these days, and It's very likely you will be sent In with a silent man, who will expect to be entertained." The timid debutante, as fate would have it, was seated wlthjn earshot cf her stern mentor, and thi3 la what the latter heard: "Vic haven't had a very gay season, have we. Miss Blank? Have you been out a great deal?" "Yes-yes," In trembling accents from the debutante. "Oh, I suppose you went to Mrs. Billion's ball?" "Oh-er...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, tf AUCH 4, 1900. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1M0. Telephone Calls. Puflr.e Office 233 Editorial l'ooir.s 35 TEU3H OF SUBSCIUPTION. DAILY II Y MA II Pally onlr. n month $171 Pally only. three months Z-l Iuily only, one year .( Il!v". lrj luiilrur Sunday, ore year V.i fcundav miv, on yenr 2.0Ö WHEN' Firi;NlSI!ni IIY AGGNTS. Pally. p-r wk by carrier IS eta fvinoay. gn3!e copy & ct Pally and Sunday, rr welc. by carrier..-. 20 ct WEEKLY. Per year 1 1. 00 lied need Ilnte to C'Inha. Subscribe with any of our numerous amenta or nd wut-rr1;tion to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persons wn-linr the Journal through th maIN In th United F'ate houid put on an epht-par ia;r a OXIJ-CKNT r-octar1 p?aror: on a twtr or alxtn-f tj faj-r a TUu-Ct'ST pcta9 tamp. Kortign postage la usually double thn rat. AH rommunlratln Intended for publication tn thin paper nun. In order to receive attention. be accomj anlel by the name and add...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4. 1900 13 A ' NEGRO CONFERENCE KXI'KniKXCR MKETI! SHOWING rnoc;Ri:s i. tiik south. Practical Ilcneflt Derived from Teaching at Tiikccc Ambition Stirred to Own Property. Montgomery (Ala.) Advertiser. This is the ninth annual meeting of the Tuskegee Negro Conference. Many get the . Impression that this conference la simply a spontaneous gathering cf such peoplo as . may be Invited to attend. It is a carefullystudle d and thoroughly-prepared school for the masses, for the fathers and mothers, bo have never been to school; for the crown sons and daughters who.ha.ve been 4 . S but little and never expect to go again. From the first its methods and purpose have had Mr. Washington's most earnest thought and attention. Experience and constant study have been used to improve It and make it more and more effective. Prof. T. J. Jackson, a graduate of FIsk University, has been the conference agent for three yelrrs. All his time is given to this work, ufc...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

14 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. a ; William H. Crane, the polished and versatile comedian, has established himself so firmly In the affections of Indianapolis tleatercoers that hl3 annual visits are looked forward to as theatrical events of prime importance. The announcement that he is coming to English's to-morrow night will, therefore, be hailed with delight. This season Mr. Crane has been enjoying conspicuous success in a new play, "A Rich Man's Son.". lie will, of course, present thl3 for the delectation of his Indianapolis friends. Following the production of hl3 new comedy to-morrow night Mr. Crane will revive "A Virginia Courtship" Tuesday jiIghL The latter piece will be remembered as a most delightful comedy of old colonial days. "A Rich Man's Son" is built on farcical lines and, like all of Crane's plays, Is absolutely clean and wholesome. In a Jocose and merry way it trifies with metaphysics and sociology and Is sure to impress people with the power and...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. LTnidith Wherefore art thou sad, Judith?" "Ask me not. for I know not wherefore." "Are not the merchants of Asshur come with thy linen, and thy Jewels from Esypt and Babylon?" "Yea, they are come." "Hast thou wrought the anger of thy father Beerl?" "Nay; he la not angered." "How then? Are thine eyes grown less tright? Is the wisdom of the seers'fallen out against thee? Dost thou love a man of the Amorltes?" And the spirit of Judith was vexed and she answered: "Nay, nay; I think not of all these things." "Then thou art ill." "Verily art thou a plague, Bashemath. Jsay, but I am awearled of song and dance and the music of the sacrifice and daughters of Heth, and I would be alone." But Bashemath, the daughter of Elon the Hlttlte. besought her, saying: "Am I not thy friend?" And Judith answered and fald: - "Even so. Yet would I be alone." "Let me but follow thee afar off, as thou goest. I will keep silence, I promise thee." 'Be It as thou ...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 4 March 1900

IG TUE INDIANAPOLIS JOUBNAL, SUXDAY, MARCH 4, 1900. fOR FEMININE READERS tUKVOUS, WOIlHYIG lOMC S1IUILD LEAltX SELr-Cü.NTItOL. lhnnt Vlultlnu InTalld Glvlnj? to LfKKari-Tlie Vly Girl Has an AdvantaKe on the Stage. An obvious rcmrdy for the nervousness born of hurry may be trite and commonplace5, but it Is sensible notwithstanding, says Mrs. Sanster, Li Harpers' Dazar. Delightful as the last nap on the drowsy pillow, difficult as it stems to waken a little earlier, to get the bath and the dressing and the little Interval for quiet thought which should be the prelude to every one's day, a very small sacrifice, a very trifling degreo of re?olutlon, will enable any person In normal health to secure an extra half-hour In the morning. That extra time, eo easily secured, to precious In the gifts It bears In Its hand, will make for you and me the world-wide difference between dignity and Irritation, between composure and fu3ines. A woman should face the situation, whatever It be; discover, ...

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