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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1900. 10 FOR FEMININE READERS SATIRICAL RULES FOR LETTER. . WniTIXG THAT MANY FOLLOW. The Unreasonable Prejudice Against StepmothersColonial Cozy CornersAfternoon Tea. A writer In Self -culture Magazine tells In a satirical way "how to write a letter." the method Indicated being that too often practiced by careless women. "In the first place," Ehe says, "put it oft as long as possible. Wait until your Interest in your friend's letter has evaporated and you have mlsla!d the same and partially forgotten its contents. Make it very apparent that nothing but stern duty drives you to the task. Take any paper you may happen to have. It the envelope doesn't match don't let a trifle like that deter you. If there is no pale ink at your disposal a pencil will do. Write first horizontally and then perpendicularly, and let your pen wander to any page It may fancy. Spell a few word3 wrong to show that you are no pedant; you cannot be expected to be a w...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 January 1900

i THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1900. 14 5S J News and Gossip ABOUT Music The Philharmonic Club, the oldest American male singing society In the city, will Elve Its first concert of the season on Wednesday evening at riymouth Church. Mr. Edward Nell, the director, has Infused an enthusiasm and a perfection of vocal drill Into the members that all are confident of tho comhig concert eclipsing all previous attempts. The attacks have been carefully studied and the clut has an abundance of tonal perfection. This Is due to the fact that during the Vast two months of rehearsal, with sometimes two rehearsals a week, there were but two absentees. This f peaks -well for any organization and Insures a creditablo performance. "Paul Revere's Ride," Longfellow's famous poem, and set to music by Dudley Buck, will be the club's principal number. The soloists in this cantata will be Frank N. Taylor and Eyford Ryan, who will ging "Meanwhile Impatient to Mount and Hide and "The Sound o...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 January 1900

.THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1900. lo PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARRANGEMENT. The Oy VI. AI. Copyright, 1300. by Two men stood In the billiard room of an old country house talking. Tlay. which had been of a half-hearted nature, was over, and they fat at the open window, looking out over the park stretching away beneath them, conversing Idly. "Your time's nearly up, Jem." said one at length; "this time six weeks you'll be yawning out your honeymoon and cursing the man-woman I mean who Invented them." Jem Benson stretched his long limbs In the chair and grunted in assent. "I've never understood It' continued "Wilfred Carr, yawning. "It's not in my line at all; I never had enough money for my own wants, let alone for two. Perhaps If I were as rich as you or Croesus I might regard It differently." There was Just sufficient meaning In the latter part of the remark for his cousin to forbear replying to It. He continued to gaze out of the window and to smoke slowly. "Not being r...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 7 January 1900

in THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, JANUARY 7, 1900. M l CHINESE CITIES DIFFER TICX-TSI' 3IORK ATTRACTIVE TO STltAXGEUS THAN I'KKIXG. Civilization Make It Wny In China Slovfly Cnrlou Itaee JHxtures Tonika UasEagcmtn. Correspondence of tha Indianapolis Journal. SHANGHAI. Nov. 10. When one Is told that the railway now carries fou to the gat3 of Peking, there 13 a feeling of relief and Fa w faction which the truth does not justify. From Legation street, upon which the hotel and the legation ore situated as its name would imply there is a long stretch of thoroughfares in comparison to which our Western corduroy roads are lux urious. These must bo traversed in the prir.gles3 Peking cart, out of which the uninitiated alight more or less bruised and tattered. At the gate of the outer city the cart may be exchanged for the electric tram, which carries 3'ou to the stationmore than three mile3 from tho legations, and which will not be removed nearer the. pates until tho Chinese dread of fung...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 January 1900

1 H WEEKLY ESTABLISHED TAT T TA Q DA I LT ESTABLISHED 12C0. ) ' VJJ J- 11 W. O. INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, JANUARY 8, 1900. TTTnT? Q pi? VTC $AT RAILVAT NEWS STANPH OS 1J111CJ!j O OJlilSlb. 1 TRAINS AND SUNDAYS. & CE.VXS. x 7 IWBIAMAJJ -5 c 1 L ft f OF 0110 News from South Africa Records Small De feats and Presages Great Disasters. Gen. French Has Lost a Regiment, and the Boers Took Many Prisoners in Bechuanaland. WHITE HARD-PRESSED AT LADYSMITH Repulsed the Attack, tained a Stronger Buller Felt a Strong Force Without Effect Britons Compelled to Retreat from Dordrecht. LONDON, Jan. 8, 4:50 a. m. The British public Is at last face to face with a critical moment in the campaign. It may safely be said that at no previous time have there been such anxious hours of suspense as will be passed through until the arrival of further news regarding the Tat of Ladysmith. The week opens with only fresh additions to the disasters that havo befallen British arms and there Is no long...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 January 1900

i THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, '1800. numbered from 23.000 to 5,000 persons. At the lime when he took charge the church as In process or enlargement, with most of the work to be done; but Dr. McGlynn applied himself -with characteristic energy to the early completion of the edifice nr.tl adjacent buildings, which are distinguished for their thoroughness and beauty, lie planned and developed an orphanage, giving a home to more than 500 children, which still is one of the superior chart- , table enterprises of New York. Its services were made particularly attractive by the high-class of music which was one of Its leading feature?. During his pastorate at St. Stephen's. Dr. McGlynn began the advocacy of Henry George's single tax theory, and an opposition of parochial . srtioof. 'Refusing to obey a, summons to the Vatican, he was excommunicated. In 1J63 he was restored to the priesthood and went to Home, and later resumed his parochial duties In New York, going thence to...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1900. 3 New York Store Established 1853. Sole Asrcnts Dntterlck ratterna. Annual January Sale . . . Muslin Underwear Starts this morning. Greater and grander than any we have ever had. You know that means bargains, so come. Second Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR 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. McMunn's Elixir of Opium Is a preparation cf the -drug by which Its Injurious effects are removed, while the valuable medicinal properties aie retained. In acute nervcus disorders it Is an Invaluable remeJj, and Is recommended by the best physicians. E. FERItETT, Aent, 3715 Vearl St., Xevr York. amusements; Dan Daly is going to be in the New York revival of "The Belle of New York." The Hungarian Boys' Band is a leadin? feature at Proctor's Twenty-third-street Theater, New York. . Tim Murphy goes Into New York with The Carpetbagger" on M...

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

A THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1900. HIE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1900. Telephone Calls. Turin Oi?..e n ) notorial Room 58 YE II 31 S OF S Uli C It I TT I ON. DAILY BY MAIL Pally oply. er.e rr.onth $ .70 na!'j. orur. three months 2.00 I ally enlj. cne year S.00 aily. Ine!u.:ir.g Fun-lay. one year 10 .00 Surday ti!j. en yar 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BT AGENTS. PI!y. r;r week, by carrier 13 cts t-undaj. Einöle copy 5 cts "Dally and Sunday. p?r week, by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Ter year B.00 Reduced Rates to Cialis. FubT'be with any cf our numerous acents or srncz sutscrlttlocs to the JOURNAL- NEWSPAPER COMPANY. Indianapolis, Ind. Persons ecndlrjr th Journal through the malls In the Ur.it3 Stau houM jut on an e1ght-rS rarer a ONE-CENT postage utamp; on a twelve -r tlxteen-j8jre i.ir'r a TWO-CENT po1 tamp. Foreign postage la usually double these irs. All Mnmnnlrillnni In.ni44 fnr nut!l"atlon In thi pajr must. In order to receive attention, be ccomj.ani-4 by tha name a...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1900. 6 16 00000 Lnesi De BLEACHED TABLE DAMASK, from lowest to very fine quality, ranging" up to $1.75 a yard. NAPKINS TO MATCH DAMASK, from 35c to $9.00 per dozen; CRASHES Damask, bleached, wash-brown, huck, stamped linens, T. R. damasks, cream, brown and colored tabling We have for many years practically controlled in this territory two leading" lines of linens, importing the goods direct, the one the medium and low grades from Belfast, Ireland, and the other the finer qualities, principally bleached goods, from Dunfermline, Scotland. We g"ive special attention to mail orders and will be pleased to send sample books, or pieces for comparison. Both in matter of price and delivery we have anticipated to-day's market, and otfer benefit of more than ordinarily large stock at less than current quotations. MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. Importers, Joty&ers, Dry Goods, Notions, Woolens, Etc. (EXCLUSIVELY WHOLESALE.) 535,000 Well...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 8 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1900. JOURNAL'S niSIXKSS DIRECTORY. COAL COAL Ccburn Coal Co.. Ea 22-i street. Anthracite, ecke, hard and Bcfl coal. Phone 2445. DYKING PRILL & CO.! US N. UHncls ft. and 238 Mas. ave. Party, tall and theatrical crises cleaned equal to new; also, dyeing and cleaning genu' and ladies garments Ly expert dyers. floiusts nEHTERMANN FLORA I COMPANY. New No. Ul Mass ava.. 22 N. J1. t. Tel. 140. LAUNDRIESUNION CO-OPERATIVE TAUNDRT. D. S. Kclley. Mgr. US-144 Vlrg. avo. 'Phone I2t$. MANTELS AND GRATES P. M. PCHSELL (Mantels. Furnace). Z31 Mui. ave. BALE AND LIVERY STABLES HORACE WOOD (Carriages. Traps. Buckbeards, tc.) 25 Circle. Tel. 1037. EUOW CASESWILLIAM WIEGEL, III South Pscniylvanla at. UND ERTA K ERS FRANK R LAN CHARD. i. PIawars su Tel. 41L Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS IL C. STEVENS. Nsw Styl Wall Paper. Low prices. M n. berate ave. TeL 2 od Fl'.NLIUL LMItECTOIlS FLANNER & BUCHANAN 330 North Illinois street. Lady etnb...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, .'JANUARY 8, 1900. BERLIN'S MALIGN POWER Till: OXE DISTI'IIIIIXG nLGJIFM IX TIIC STOCK 3XARKETS. Bank Gain In Reserve Fnnds, Despite Exports of Cold L'imnnl Activity of Local Uuslncss. At New York Saturday money on call vtsls easier at 3 per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 6 per cent. Sterling exchange vas steady, with actual business In .bankers' bills at $1.87 for demand, and $1.&1S3U for sixty days; posted rates, U.SSMfTiJSk and $i.SSU; commercial bill, $I.SlH?iU2!2. Silver certificates were SSSOifcc,- bar pllver waa 5lc and Mexican dollars were 4TVsc liar silver at London was firm, at 27Vd per ounce. The Imports of specie for the week were $3,72 In gold and $40,200 In silver at the port of New York. Exports of gold and silver from that port to all countries for the week aggregated $823,701 in silver bars and coin, and J2.6S7,S32 In gold. The Imports of dry goods and merchandise at the port of New York for the week were valued at $10,20...

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

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 1900. Come This Morning The Annual Sale of Women's Undermusüns Never beld out brighter price - inducements; its showing was never so great or its styles more allurinsr. L. S. Ay res & Co. picture Miaming Mionfactnrer of Grilles ted Fret Work. LACE CURTAINS FOR MONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE Just finished Invoicing and find a few one and two-pair lots of Lace Curtains To be closed out Monday at one of the greatest reductions we have ever made. Monday, per pair. 1 pair Lace, former price J1.G3...;.... $1.21 2 pair Lace, former price 2.25 1.69 1 pair Lace, former price 2.50 1.83 Z pair Lace, former price 4.00 3.00 1 pair Lace, former price 5.00 3.73 1 pair Lace, former price 6.00 4.00 2 pair Lace, former price 6.50 , 4.87 1 pair Lace, former price 7.30........ 5.62 1 pair Lace, former price 10.00 7.50 1 pair Lace, former price 11.00 8.23 1 pair Lace, former price 11.00 10.50 Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies. Wall Paper, 17 and IS West Was...

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

INDIANAPOLIS JOUMNA V 1 J rr WEEKLY KS TA U LT F 1 1 ED 13. I VHT T TH O DAILY KSTADUÜ1ICD 1C0. i KJlJ. j J. J. INDIANAPOLIS, TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 9, 1900. PRICE 3 CENTS. I AT RAILWAY NETVVS h ta.mji. I TRAINS AND SUNDAYS, 6 CENTS. V ? WHITE ST Gallantly Defending-Ladysmith Against the Flower of the Transvaal Army. Brilliant Victory Won After a Desperate FourteenHour Battle, in Which the British Were Sometimes Sorely Pressed. BOERS REPULSED Finally Driven from Their Last Position at the Point of White's Force Believed to and 111 Prepared for Another Attack Heroism at Tugela River. LONDON, Jan. 9, 3:45 a. m. General White still holds out, or did so sixty hours ago when the Boers, ousted from their foothold Inside the works, suspended their assault at nightfall. England has taken heart. The situation, however, Is worse. The beleaguered force must have expended largo amounts of ammunition, which caniiot be replenished and must have lost a jiumber of officers and men, which is count...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1900. n and South Dakota load with 3 each. Nebraska had 2. while no other State had more than 1. Of enlisted men killed In action or dying1 from wounds received In nctlon. Nebraska lot 22, Kansas 2), and South Dakota 21. New York lost 15. while M of the States had no losses. In the total number of enlisted men who died frcm all causes New York leads with 417, llHnnf?, 2S1; Massachusetts, 271; Pennsylvania. 2C3; Ohio, 25. and Michigan, 2S. Nevada lost but 1 man. In deaths from disease amonjr enlisted men New York had 20 out of about 2i),V0 enlisted. Illinois had 271 out of about 13.000; Massachusetts, 2o out of about 6.8m0: Ohio. 213 out of less than lLCO; Pennsylvania. 21' out of less than I7.w and Michigan, 200 out of less than .y0. In desertions from the ranks New York Is charged with 514, or about 2 rr cent., while North Dakota and the District of Columbia had none, and Utah had but one. Teennesice had 241) out oi a total of about fi....

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1900. New York Store Established 1853. Sole Acrnts Batterlck rattern. The Second Day Of Our Annual Sale Muslin Underwear Will offer the same great values as yesterday. The same dainty white patraents at the same low prices that made it such a success. Hadn't you better come? Pettis Dry Goods Co. Keep aThinking And when you have decided on your wants in Men's Furnishings, 3'ou'll find we can supply them promptly, reasonably and satisfactorily. Bring: your wife with you to help make selections sister or some other fellow's sister, if you haven't a wife. Paul H. Krauss 44 E. Washington St. SHIRTS TO ORDER. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure This preparation Is particularly adapt to the tr"atmnt of acut OÜL.DS. COUGHS. LA ORIPPE. BRONCHITIS. CATARRH, HEADACHE, ETC, ani the formula aa now prepared is the result of the long experience anl exhaustive research of tha world's most distinguished rpeciaiist in this cla&s of diseases. HUDER'S...

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

4 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1800. I HE DAILY JOURNAL TUESDAY, JANUARY 0, 1000. Telephone Call. Eusine OHU ES Editorial Room..... .15 "tl iis or sihVcriptiox. DAI LA BY MAIL. ral!.r only, cne month t .70 Faily cnlr, three months 2.CJ Tally only, one xrar S 00 "Dally, includlnz Sunlay. one year 10. 0 8uct2dy only, cn year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED DT AGENTS. ral!y. per we-k, by carrier T 13 cts Funday, ilr;!? ropy 5 cts Dally and Sunday, per weec. by carrier.... 20 eta V.'EEKLT. Pr year J1.C0 Reduced .Hates to Clnb. Fubac-lbe with any of our numerous agents cr en 3 subscriptions to tht JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis. Intl. Terrons s?ndin tha Journal through the mall la the Untied Ftatts ihoull put on an eight-rage paper a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve cr eixteen-pace paper a TWO-CENT postaje stamp. Foreign pottage Is usually double these rates. Ail communications intended for publication In this papr mutt. In order to recetvr attention, be accompanied by t...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1900.- 5 Cutting Trousers These have been cut twice. First, when they were made; and now In price. $3.00 PANTS at $2.00 Choice of two styles Cassimere Trousers a stripe and a pin check garments that you'll acknowledge you've never seen for less thiin $3.00. Best Suits in our house J3flC5.O0 Best Overcoats in our house.. Except blue and black Worsted Suits and fur-lined Overcoats. When Clothing Co m 30 to 40 N. Pennsylvania Street. HOLIDAY GIFTS FOB YOUIt DOCTOR. Emergency Satchels. Medicine Cases, Instrument Set. Operating Gowns and Cushions. Physicians' PocKet Knives, with Spatula, and all other suitable articles. WM. II. ARMSTRONG Sc CO.. Surgical Instrument Makers 722 & 221 South Meridian St.' r RESENTED BY MR. LODGE PETTI f HEWS CIIAUGE THAT AMERICANS ATTACKED ALLIES. Phase of the Philippine War, Discussed In the Senate Morgan on the Peace Question. WASHINGTON, Jan. 8. During a scusEion to-day of a resolution of inquiry o...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1900. JOIRXAL'S IIlSIMiSS DIRECTORY. COAL COAL Cobuna 'Coal Co.,.U.at ZZ1 street. Anthracite, coke, Lard ar.d toft coal. Phone 244S. DYEING " ' URILL & CO.. 'tZZ N. IlllRCls ft. and 2Zi Ma. ave. Party, tall and theatrical dresses cleaned e;ual to new; also, djeir.g and cleaning senti ar.l ladles' garments by expert djers. FLORI3TS nEirrnnMAN'N floral compant. N No. 241 Mass ave.. ZZt N. Jxl. t. Tel. 84. LAUNDRIES- , UNION CO-OPERATIVE IJIUNDRT. D. S. Keliey. Mgr. 138-144 Virg. ave. 'Phone ISO. MANTELS AND GRATES P. iL PURSE Lit (Manteli. Furnaces). . 231 Mai a. ave. SALE AND LI VERT ETAELES UORACE WOOD (Carriage. Trara. Euck boards, ate.) 25 Circle. Tel. 1057. EIIOW CASESWILLIAM WIEGELw US South rer.nijlvanla at. UNDERTAKERSFRANK BLANCUARD, 9 N. Delaware at. Tel. LL Lady Attendant Wall, papers IL C. STEVENS, New Stjl Wall Taper. Low (rices. KU N. feenate ave. TeL 2 ca 2iI2. l'l.XCHAL UIRHCTOHS TLANNER & BUCIIANAN-...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 9 January 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1900. 7 MONEY TO LEND Fersons desiring to borrow money on Unproved Real Kstate in this city, or upon approved Collateral Security, will find it to their advantage to call at the office of the INDIANA TRUST CO. Cor. WashinjtoB St. and Virginia. Ave. Loans made proraptly upon the most favorable terms as to time, rate aud payments. NO COMMISSION Capital.. $1,000,000 Liability of Stockholders. . .$1,000,000 Surplus 70,000 OFFICERS: J. P. FRENZEL, President. FREDERICK FAHNLEYtlst Vice Vxiz. EL G. CORNELIUS, 2d Vice Pres. JOHN A. BUTLER. Secretary. SC NASSAU STItEET, NEW YORK. Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities HARVEY EDWARD TISX fiXOEGE H. ROBINSON, lltmber New York Btoci Exeter. SAFE DEPOSITS. S. A. FLETCHER & CO.'S Safe Deposit Vault 30 East Washington Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. Policeman day and night on guard. Designed ' for safe keeping of Money, Bonds, Wil...

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

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1900. A Ready Response Was given announcements of the annual sale of women's Undermuslins Our second floor was thronged all day with admiringand enthusiastic purchasers. Pack age afterpackagc of snowwhite lingerie has gone forth to spread the news of beauty and economy. We'll expect you today. L. S. AY RES & CO. Sole Acent for Standard l'ntlernn. lannfecturer ol Criüci and Fret Work. The Soul of the House We report progress on Inte rior Decorations. Every year, every month in the year, we have evidences that the artistic appreciation of decorating a room or a house grows from the mere haphazard selection of a wall paper that wants to take its chance amongthc draperies and furniture, into the grasp that takes in the whole idea or impression produced by all the decorations in combination. This is true home-building. This is the soul of the house expressing in harmony each one's different conditions. Albert Ga Carpet3, Draperi...

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