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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 March 1900

IMBIAMA JGUJMAI VEnKLT ESTABLISHED IS. PA I LT t:STAI5LIHi:D 1?S0. J YOL. L-NO. 69. INDIANAPOLIS, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 10, 1900. PRICE 3 CENTS. ( AT RAILWAY NEWS FTANPS. n ITIIAINS AND SUNDAYS, CENTS. 7 FOLK READY TO QUIT DOCKS HAVE HAD ALL THE TAIL TWISTING TIICY WANT. British Lion, However, In Still In an Angry 3food at 1 Determined to Make More Tronble. THE ENEMY KUST SURRENDER KniT.F.R AND STEYN WILL NOT DC PER3IITTED TO NA3IE TER3IS. Peace Proposals Uased on Independ ence of the Tito Republic Will Not De Listened To. BOERS STIIL RETREATING D3AYE NOT YET IIECOVEIIED FR03I THE POPLAR GROVE PANIC. Hoad to Dloemfonteln Said to De Clear, and Roberta Mar Advance and Occupy the Town. RESIGNATION OF JOTJEERT OTHER TRANSVAAL OFFICERS SAID TO AH DISSATISFIED. Sir IIlcks-Bench Thinks End Is Near Johannesburg to Be Rased Mafeklng Possibly Relieved. LONDON, March 10, 4:15 a. m. News received from South Africa in the past twenty-four hours indi cates that the Boer forces are badly demoral...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 March 1900

i- THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY' MARCH 10; 1900. ) mcnt. remarking as follows: "Irrespective of the foregoing considerations. we are clearly of the opinion that If Article W did not exist the true Interests and necessity of the United States require upon the hijrhest considerations of prudence and right the adoption of the amendment pro posed." THE OLD TREATY REVIEWED. The above extracts cover the portion of the report which was prepared after the decision to amend the treaty was reached. There are about thirteen printed pages of the report prepared by the subcommittee, roniistlng of Senators Davis, Lodge and Morgan. This report is largely a review of the history of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty. Referring to the differences which have arisen over the treaty, this part of the re port says: "The only objections that have been urgd by the United States have not re lated to the treaty as a binding compact, but to the conduct of Great Britain In ex ecuting its terms and in refusing to...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Indiana, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900. . . . ' ' "' ' 1 """" "V ' i I New York Store Established 1S53. Sole Agents Ilatterlck Patterns RIBBONS Nos. 5," 7, 9, in bright shades Satin and Gros Grainall short lengths that we have, that we sell for 10c and 15c. Also, a few fancy Ribbons, worth 19c; choice: to-day, Obo Center Aisle. O O Pettis Dry Goods Co. Dr. Ford's Laxative Cold Cure Thl preparation 1 particularly adapts to the OK1PPEL HUONCHITIS, CATARRH. HEAD ACHE. ETC., and the formula as now prepared 1 the result of the long experience and exhaus tive research of the world's roost distinguished speclallst In this class of diseases. HUDER'S DRUG STORE. Wash, and Penn. Sts 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. 8. W. Cor. Delaware and Ohio Streets. ' AMUSEMENTS. The Elks Entertainment Much Joyed Note of the Stage. En- The min...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1000. Telephone Calls. Pustne OJT.ce 2C3 I Editorial Ttooms S8 TER3IS OF SIDSCIUPTIOX. DAILY BY MAIL. Dally only. on month $1.7' Daily only, three months 2 "0 r!lr only, r.ne rear S M Tal!r. Jnrhj.iintr Sunday, one year ln.oo Sunday onlv. on year 2.00 WHEN FL'UNISHED DY AGENTS. Dailr. per wk. by carrier 13 ets Fumiay. rlrln copy 5 cts Dally and Sunday, nr wk. by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Per year 21-00 nrdnred Ratra to Club. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, - - Indianapoll, Ind. rrons send!nr the Journal through th mails In theUnltd stt should put on an eitht-pae T&Vr a ON'E-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve e-r Plxtn-pae paper a TWO-CENT postage ?mp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. .All communications lntndd for publication !n this paper must. In order to receive attention, be acromtanIed by the name and address o...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900. -ti IVtxo sxxxall sum of 69 cts, for öl fancy triff bosom 1Ii.3 collars and o tiffs are detached. It -will toe a day of To-day at ifference Pal '- Is, as it is alleged, the one essential of a horse race, it is also a prime ....factor in the race for "trade." Just now this is evidenced by :v . .our reluctance to concede the warrant for the many EXTREME - ....advances recently made by the agents on staple articles. We ..continue to offer both staple and fancy goods at far Below First-Hand Bemands , Fair, profitable prices, and a continuous movement of merchan ....dise is, in our opinion, more remunerative than an endeavor to ..realize upon the spasmodic impetus given current business ....through anticipatory "boom" prices. Why, therefore, accept .. ..the additional hazard of a remote or obscure market of specu ....lative tendencies in your daily transactions when here, at .... home", and in ANY EVENT OF O MURPHY,. HIBBEN & CO. Dr...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 March 1900

ö THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900. JOURNAL'S IllMXESS DIIIKCTORY. COAL Ccburn Coal Co., Kast 213 ft. An thraclte, coke, hard ani oft coal. Phone 244Ä DYEING LUILL A CO.. fancy dyer an! cleaners; silk curtain, arty color, cleaned and finished eo,uat to nfw; also l.vlis' light cloth Jackets a spe tUlty. 2Ui Massachusetts avenue and li3 North Illinois itrtt. FLORISTS- r.ERTKRMANW FLORAL COMPANT. New No. 2U liass v., 22 N. Del. st. Tel. Sl LAUNDRIES UNION ro-OPEHATIVE LAUNDRY. Work called for. US-H Vir?, ave. 'Phone 1263. MANTELS AND GRATES P. M. PURS ELL (Mantels Funrn-M). til JUm. ave. PATENT LAWYERS v. ii. loci; wood. (1S-4II Lemcke building. SALE AND LIVERY FT ARLES HORACE WOOD (Carriage. Trap. Burk boards. etc Circle. TeL 1 tf7. SHOW CASES WILLIAM WEIGEL. 116 South Pennsylvania st. UNDERTAKERS FRANK RLANCHARD. N. Delaware st. Tel 411. Lady Attendant. WALL PAPERS II. C. STEVENS. New Ftyl Wall Paper, Low prices. '& N. Senate ave. Til. 2 on 22. FIWEUAL DIRECTORS...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900. SfJ 5ASSAU STREET, 5EW TOIIK. Fisk&Robinson BANKERS Government Bonds and other Investment Securities II AR. VET IDWARD FISK 6KOSOE U. ROBINSON, Mtmber ww York Btock Exciasg. i SAFE DEPOSITS. ir. A. I LL1CHER& CO5 Safe I3oroit Vault VM Kast AYusUIngtou Street Absolut safety against fir and burglar. Po liceman day and night on guard. Designed for fe keeping of Money, Bonis. Wills. Deeds. Ab stracts. Silver Plate, Jewels and valuable Trunks. Packages, etc. Contains 2.100 boxes. Lent 3 to 45 peryear. JOHN Si TAIlKIGTOM.......3Iana3r. MARKET DULL BUT FIRM miCE CHANGES FEW AND WITHOUT AN Y GENERAL CAUSE. . 3Ioney Situation Hold the Center of Interest In Wall Street-Local Trade Shows Improvement. At New York ysterday money on call was steadier at CS 4 per cent.; last loan, 3 per cent. . I'rime mercantile. paper, per cent. Sterling exchange was heavy, with actual business In bankers' bills at $i.S6 for de mand and $&4 for sixty...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 10 March 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1900. "Gray" Metal V Besides beinpr the most fashiona ble, is one of the handsomest me diums for the expression of the jeweler's art. Scores of new brooches and buckles arrived with in the past few days. They get first showing to-day. Medallion IJrooche of "KTay" metal, daint ily bordered with pearls or Ü14 Sf rhlnestones. $2.50 and Blt Iiucklea of "Kray" metal, latest and most fashionable forms, medallion. Üeur de lia. butterrly, clover leaf. etc., upward 7VL from ÄOC Unman Medallion Irooche of sterling silver, gold-plated, -IQQ There's a fad for gold horseshoes as brooches. We have them, both Jeweled and plain. $1.50. U-SijQQ L. S.AYRES&C0. Sole Agent for Standard Patterns. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. The Spring Tide How is it that a steady, swell ing: tide of trade sets our way, ever making- increased demands, ever going back satisfied, ever returning again? Come with the tide, and you'll understand it all. Albert Gal...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

JOITEMA Part One Pages I to 8 WEEKtT ESTADI.ISHED ICS. J-TnT T Tr. rAlLY rSTABLISHEÜ ISM. J Uli. L "NO. 70. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MOHNING, MARCH 11, 1900-SIXTEEN PAGES. PRICE FIVE CENTS. i- -i -LL JL II II M HHJ lj JL-i. J. STORM CENTER XT SHIFTED QUICKLY FROM FRANIC FOnT, KY.t TO LEXIXGTOX. Escape ' Totrer and Davis from the Capital Followed by Their Arrest in Heart of Blaegrass. CLUBBED BY THE OFFICERS SECRETARY OF STATE TAKEN TO JAIL, WOUNDED AND BLEEDING. Ullitary Guard Was Ineffective and Its Commander Also Was Beaten and Placed Under Arrest. EXCITEMENT IN THE CAPITAL DE3IOCRATIC OFFICIALS TRIED SEE GOVERNOR TAYLOR. TO XI Refused to Admit Them to the Executive? Ballding and Pat the Capitol Under Military Rale. CLASH IN MILITIA CIRCLES ITATE FORCES DIVIDED IN ALLE GIANCE ON POLITICAL LINES. Judge Field Handed Down a Decree at Louisville Denying; Gov. Tay lor's Rieht to the Offlce. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 10.-Events tave trod fast on each other'...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, TJARCH 11, 1S00. jj rumors of the relief of Mafeklngr but the Service Club's trend of belief Is that the relief will bo effected within a few days. Possibly this belie is the outcome of the recent revelations indicating that If .the relief column is to accomplish anything it must arrive without delay. AT AIIMY" 'OF ITS OWN. South African Chartered Companr to Raise and Pay Troop. LONDON. March 10. Charles Williams, the military expert of the Morning Leader, Fays to-day: "General Sir Frederick Car rlngton's staff has been selected and the names turn out to be those of retired offi cers. Now there Is no longer any need to conceal the fact that he Is going to South Africa by arrangement between the gov ernment and the Chartered Company, to take.comLiand of the force which the com pany will pay for. though he may be some time occupied in policing the territory of the two republics wnich may fall into our hands pending a political settlement. It is hoped ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, IIARCH 11, 1CC0. 3 ONLY FOR PROMP NOW 1 i ! i i Extracts From the Secpnd Annual Report TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE Ubero Plantation Company BY DR. NATHAN Location and Transportation Facilities. 'UBERO PLANTATION Is situated t the exact geograpical center of the Isthmus, through which the Tehuantepec National Railroad passes for four and a half miles. In an Interview I had with J. P. Body, Agent for Messrs. Pearson, he said his firm had begun to double-track the National Railroad, and that it was the intention of the Mexican Government to ultimately make a four-track road of It. A line of steam ships from Coatzacoalcos Harbor and all ports of vEurope. and from Sallna Cruz to China and Japan had been contracted for. The Isthmus will become the world's highway from the Occident to the Orient, and real estate is, in consequence, appreci ating to an enormous figure. The Pearson Company's contract with tho Mexican Government for improvement at the harbors ...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAUCH 11, ICGO. o PARISIANS' CARELESS largest steamer ever built in a French rR0 PENSION FOR LIU im I - . . . -mmmmmMMMt and Is Intended for the American ecrv 1 1 jf jsfjjfsjjMjM J v j m j j J 4 J J s f f J f f J j J J J j J' J f f f f if f f 4 f 4 i i J f J s f J 0 fifi,74 f J 0 0 . r - - TO TEST WAE REVENUE ACT. NO SUCH COMPLETE VARIETY ANYWHERE AS AT TAYLOR'S rilHY DO NOT TAKE PROPER. rRE CAUTIONS AGAIXST FIRE. Unit negnn by the American Sugar Ileflnlns Company. HOPES OF HAWAII'S FORMCR QUEEN BLASTED BY SENATORS. t ft i r it a- id 1 9. ci CI cl 7c u at t IC . 3 1 P'. St' on $ L OV 1 xn It A .r nf tit Sv 11 'I! ti ";it ta or FA- is he r 1 f.r 53 v tc r p . mi: . r; US; re m' i ec a:' xr ID i. m 5.' " t is e t io or. ; CT. -; t .0!! . : lit 4 r.t ( ' t I tu!. t Irl ' tvj r m I v! of f! u -1.' ! Ü 9 f! M i a: '1. 1 INo "Wntchninn Employed In tlie The atre Cometlle Frnnrni, Which Cnrnrd Lnst Wecl. rUlTEHAL OF HUE. HENEIOT recrudescence of Anglophobia...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

5 Fairs warmer) variable winflt. WHEELER DID RESIGN there have been no shipments out for six months past considerable; of the product is stored here, waiting transfer to a mar ket. ' It appears that the main body of the Fil ipinos retreated - toward a village called Castillo, some eight miles distant, but a rear guard of twenty men was left in WE OPPER- LETTER WAS WRITTEN TO THE PRESIDENT OX NOV. 29, LAST. Scrsogon, and only quitted- the outskirts THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, IJARCH U, 1CC0. $105,000 Spencer County, Ind 3js $3,000 Union Traction Co 5s Prices and particulars upon application. of the town when General Kobbe's party Washington and Pennsylvania Streets lanaed on tne wnarr. B ' ''uA-f'''4vys p, r : V ''; y '"'- - '';?& Z A ! 'T-'i ''Ys'-A . 3 J a ' f 'it'"1-'.'. ' ' ','', 'A Wo 1. . 'V AT F a Difference I Is, as it is alleged, the one essential of a horse race, it is also a prime .. ..factor in the race for "trade." Just now this is evidenced by ..our reluctance...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

Zimmer, Star Lader, Lenox ß THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1900. HIGH SCORES THIS YEAR I THE AVERAGES MUCH ABOVE TIIOSE or TUE rOIlMEIl SEASON. Hermany, Standard 23 nation. Meridian 43 Vogel. Meridian ss Balz, Merldlar. Table showing- total number strikes, pares and team average In Tenpln League: HI 143 140 133 BASE BALL SITUATION Club. Ben BroYTn, of the Marlons, Finished First Standings of the Clubs Bovrllnc Notes, Blue Labels V&3 v-oiumDia ?53 Calumet 2& M.eri!lan. .".: 671 otanaara , 704 National ""est Strikes. Spares. Jf.nfx 632 ouw : eit 1.430 1.303 1.273 1,233 1.236 1,183 1.2G2 Av. m T85 7i0 758 732 750 74S 740 ACTION OF NATIONAL LEAGUE MAG NATES TO BE CONSIDERED. Probability of Still Another Associa tion if American League Fights Gossip About Flayers. The season of the Indianapolis Bowling League came to a close with the games last week. The Marion Club won the championship. The improvement shown in tha bowling this season over that of 1SDS-93 was very m...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

AMÜSEMENTS. THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1900. i Ii ! ! Sir Francis Bacon s&ld: "Ifc Hold of a Han's Fortune Is In His Own Hands." THE WAY TO MOLD A FORTUNE IS TO Deposit Your Sayings -IN THE Indiana Trust Co. This Company Will Pay You 3 INTEREST on deposits of $1.00 and upward. $2,000,000 Is pledged for the security of deposits, which may be withdrawn without any deductions. OFFICES: Indiana Trust Building Corner Washington Street Jand Virginia Avenue. A Net 6 Investment Non-Assessable and Non-Taxable Preferred Stock in the NEW BATES HOUSE The most important and desirable local enter jria sir.re the L'elt Itatlroad. Three hundred and llfty thousand dollars pre ferred s-tac k cfferKi to individual Investor, with ( rr cnt. net dividends. One-half this eto-tt already subscribed by local capitalists i: Mcks of 1".0ji) and ilij.QOO. Remainder tr ts Llaoed in malffr blocks throughout the city and ute to identify a larger number with this munificent hotel, which will be...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

Leopold 8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1S00. picture BtT U CHEAPtT Manafactarcr of Grilles and Fret Work. A RUG RUSH IN MONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE DIRECT FROM the MILL RIGHT, BRIGHT and NEW 100 Rugs, Wool Stuyrna3, both sides alike, worth 2.75. Monday 1.87 ICO Square Rug?, Brussels, Velvet and Axminsters 57c LOT LIMITED Come Early MONDAY Albert Gall Carpels, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 10 West Washington Street. IIar3woc3 Floors laid, finished and rCn!btd. "TELL THE TRUTH" 13 pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00 U pounds Soft A Sugar $1.00 r1 pounds Yellow C Sugar $1.00 New Maple Sirup a Kallon.... $1.25 California Hams a pound Sc Choice Round Steak 12Hc Hib Roasts 12Jic Euort Cuts 15c Monarch Grocery 112 E Washington St Telephone 1453 16th and Illinois Sts., Tel. 1469. Our Specialty Ws make a specialty of two rings, the Diamond Solitaire Engagement Ring and the Plain Gold Wedding Ring. The former binds the bargain and the lat ter ties the knot. If you have the girl we have the...

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

0 . 10 URN A Part Two Pages 9 to 16 J, PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 11, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. i 'i, . ! 1 v I iff u. Ü fiL . AYMBS s Co. 11 H . . . Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods . . . U The First Glimpse... v. f MM raoene Get Early.. Showing.... . The art of interior decoration has a worthv exoonent in this third floor of ours. Not onlv are shelf and floor and counter stocked to their capacity, but ceilings, walls and columns lend their support to a display of textile beauty that is as helpful in arrangement as it is suggestive of still further possibilities. We'll be pleased to have you visit it just for the seeing . Oriental Rugs MM Ever stop to think that nine tenths of the hand-made rugs come from a section of Asia whose total population scarcely exceeds six millions of people? It's a fact. What indefatiga ble industry to be able to sup ply both Europe and America! That the supply still equals the demand can only be ex plained in that we...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAUCH 11, 1C0O. turr.M his frank face In my direction and said: "Ma'am, I Just want to tell you that you don't have to pay a cent, unless you want to; the government owns this outflt." Even If I had boon fo Inclined Is was too late to recover the silver, for I observed that it was a game of "keep?," and that whatever went Into the tin can stayed there; there wjs no more thought of mak ing change than if It had been a church fair. . Along the Aseolta, the main street of the modern city, the indefatigable Chinese have their ?hop. In which are offered for ale, besides native ware, the heterogen eous steck that one finds on the bargain counters of r.n American department store. These were varied by lunch rooms, with soldiers iitting at the tables eating Ice cream and listening- to the Filipino mu sicians, which furnished the entertainment for the customers. The Filipinos are a race of musicians, not only singing de lightfully, bnt playing enchantlngl...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 11, 1CG0. II .SKIP? a The City's SOCIAL LIFE i fm p ff . . i Event5, Qayeties and Personal Lent is the busiest and happiest season of the ytar for me," said a woman of xrsar.y Interests and much experience to a writer for a New York paper the other day as she sat sorting piles of cut-out gar rccr.t?. which are to be distributed to the members of a sewing circle, which has Its f:r?t meeting this week. "As I have a yoar.g (laughter In society I am obliged to go out a good deal during the winter and xnert and entertain numbers of people I am not especially .Interested In; and as I have a husband whose Idea of vacation Is travel, I am obliged to be very active during the rummer and visit many places which I really think I could live very contentedly without seeing. So, you see, Lent 13 the cr.e period of the year when I can do as I ish and what my heart dictates. At other irr.c-3 my daughter entertains and I chap rcr.e. In Lent I entertain and she...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 11 March 1900

12 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAUCH 11, 1CCD. t k v.. THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY,. MARCH 11, 1000. Telephone Calls. TSulnrs Office. Editorial Rooms. .88 terms op sl'dscription. daily iy mail. raily only, on month SI. 73 lvlly only, three months ZJQ la1Iy. only, one jear S.00 inrltjflinar Sunlay, one year jo.po tjndar onlv. on year 2.00 WHEN KUKNISHKD UY AGENTS. Pally, pr wk. by carrier I" cts Sun.lay. s'nrl copy 5 cts Daily ani fcundaf, rr wk. by carrier.... 20 cts WEEKLY. Ter year IL0O Jtedneed Hates to Club. Fubjrribf xvjth any of our numerous agents or prnd subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Frsr 9nlin? the Journal through th malls In the L'nltM States shouM put on an elsht-pae rapr a ONE-CENT postage tamp: on a twelve cr Ixte"vpn8:e japer a TWO-CENT pxwtae stamp. Foreign postage Is usually double these rates. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention, t accompanied by the name and address of...

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