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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1900. 5 i t ! i : IT I i l r f THERE ARE Yn0fflU 1 AT THE BOOTHS QUARREL AGAIN ciiii:f op the volunteers re. SCNTS AN INSULT TO IIIS "WIFE. Ilalllncton Teil Why He Changes Ills Son'i Xamf-Xew Pliane of the Salvation Army Rivalry. NEW YORK, March 24.-'The Salvation ists have even said that some day they ex pect to see the picture of my wife Mrs. Maud Booth in the rogues gallery." So said Ballington Booth to-day In discussing the cause that had led him to take legal steps to have the name of hl3 son and heir changed. The boy Is now named William Booth, having been christened in the name of Ballington Booth's father, General Wil liam Booth, the founder and head of the Salvation Army. Ballington Booth and his wife, the parents of the boy, are so bitter at the attacks that have been made on them and their army the Volunteers that they have decided that their son shall no longer bear the name of his grandfather. As soon as the necessary steps ar...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

G THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH ..25; 1S00. IN THE TENPIN LEAGUE THE SEASON WILL, NOT CLOSE FOIX rollt MORE WEEKS. i Considerable Rivalry 'or IndiTltiaal Honors In the Slarion Coun ty Lcacae. There Is still a month of the season of the Tenpln League left, and the race for Individual honors Is growing more excit ing. Knox leads the list in Individual av erage?, but he has a close second In Jay, with Kroeckel and KIramel following closely. All are within reaching distance cf the championship, and there are a few ethers in the league who can make rapid itrides toward the top before the season Is over. Allen leads the Marlon County League, vrlth Drown and Graft! close be hind. The race , for the championship in this league 13 Interesting. Brown and Knox will have to keep up a fast pace to prevent themselves from being overtaken In their respective leagues. Tenpln Lea srn e. The twenty in the Tenpln League having tho highest averages, who have bowled in thirty-ftvo or more game...

Publication Title: Indianapolis Journal, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY,- MARCH 25, 190!). t mmmm "Whatever a person saves from bis revenue he adds to his capital." How Much Do You Save? Do you know that the INDIANA TRUST COMPANY Will pay you 3 interest on saving deposits of ONE DOLLAR and upward OFFICES: INDIANA TRUST BUILDING, Cor. Wash. St. and Virginia Ave. A Net 6 Investment Preferred Stock in the NEGATES HOUSE SUCCESS ASSURED Two-thirds of the stock already taken by conservative home Investors. Send for copy of PRINTED PROSPECTUS. giving full particulars, with list of sub scribers to date. The Central Trust Company INDIANAPOLIS, IAD. "The Siberian Mining Syndicate" Controlling Beach and Trunda of over One Hundred Square Miles opposite Cape Nome, have decided to place 2,000,000 shares on the market at 5 cents per Share, and Guarantee 15 per cent, monthly for the first year. After "which time, parties wishing to dis pose of stock, company guarantees to re deem same at par. Address The Siberian Mining Syndicate, SEATT...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

8 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, HAUCH 25, 1CCD. , THIO WEEK Exhibit of Oils, Pastels and Water Colors, Ely EYlUA O. ICING THE H. LIEBER COMPANY, 24 West Waliineton Street. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. i:v this Monday Bargain Sale RUG "MONDAYED" THUS: 10 fine Symrna m s a ; a $1.87 $1.87 $1.19 77c $2.87 10 Nubia Wilton p . 50 Axminstrr Mat3 60 lar;;e size Smyrna fe ALL BRIGHT NEW GOODS Come get o "Moadoyed" Rug Early in the Morning Albert Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 Weit Washington Street. Hardwood Floor laid. flnUhad and rfln!ahd. "TELL THE TRUTH" 18 lbs. Granulated Sugar St. 00 10 lbs. Soft A Su;ar $1.00 20 lbs. Yellow C Sugar $1.00 Choice Santos Coffee toe 1 bush., 60 lb.. Potatoes 55c S-lb. can of Bartlett Pears, Egg Plums and Raspberries, each 15c Monarch Grocery 112 E. Washington St. Telephone 1453 16th and Illinois Sts. Tel. 1469. Jo Co 1IPJE9 DIAMOND SETTER and Manufacturer of Fine Jewelry badges, Emblems and Society Pin Diamond Mountings a Sp...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

Part - Two Pages 9 to 16 PRICE FIVE 'CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, MARCH 25, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. v W, m M DÄY J 1 DlMJRM A T , , U LL 11 J I I V J M Jl- LL ' JJL Vl;l i A W II f - M H w 'i Wo Women's Shoes The First Day's Selling We felt, Saturday, a great deal uatc" like .a "sweet girl grad who greets her friends with one hand while she gathers in commencement day roses with the other. We had both hands full. Compliments for the show of shoes, praise for the salesroom's excellent appoint ments, appreciation for the com forts gained by new departures and a steady sale of Queen Qual ity kept us busy, perhaps too busy to do our best. But the first day is over; Queen Quality has had a showing and a selling. It is here to win its way as it has in the East, by a fair price and the fullest measure of goodness and style. Interesting Facts "Queen Quality" hails from the largest shoe factory in the world and yet a factory that is devoted to but one specialty the making of women's ...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

8 10 bdy, and, wonder of wonders! wo fee it seize a tl?h live times Its own bulk and draw Itself over it like a glove. Its jaw?, ly a special arrangement, separate, and the mouth is a cavern of india-rubber-like possibilities. A similar fish, malacosteus. is of a rich black velvet, hue, and as it jol?es we see upon its head two large lidhts. One emits a polden light, the other throws out fitful green rays, which have tome hidden meaning In the economy of nature. Some of the tones seem to be literal mouth?. Such is the eurypharnyx, or pelican fish. The mouth is enormous, the bonos of the Jaw being attached to the skull by movable joints, so that it has enor mous powers of distension. A curious black" lish called echlostoma has its lanterns arranged about its head; two are jut below the eyes, while there arc several others at various portions of the head. At a depth of two miles we tind the fish bythltes. and at three miles we shall lind others more remarkable. A hid eous nakelike cre...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1900. 11 ! - - ........ - ' - -- ' ' ... - - . TheCity'sOClAL LIFE Monday's Interesting News. Events, Qayeties and Personal Activities the Week of The Ladles Society of tho Maenncrchor I is niaklng elaborate preparations for the annual Uaster Dan. v.nicn wm be given on tho evening of April 1G. The committees having the ball In charge are as follows: Inception committee Mrs. J. p. Frenzcl, Mrs. Frederick Franke. Mrs. Chris Weis, Mrs. W. Rhodcharael. Mrs. Herman Adam, Urs. Frederick Rush, Mrs. A. SeHcnstlck- er. Mrs. Frenz!, sr.. Mrs. It. Lawrence, Mrs. Joscrh Schneller, Mrs. Frederick Scholz. Mrs. J. V. Schmidt, Mrs. Alfred Di:rdsal, Mrs. G. Recker, Mrs. Elizabeth Schmidt, Mrs. Henrietta Reyer, Mrs. Frank Ilapperaberger, Mrs. Edward Hawk Ins, Mrs. Frank Mummenhof, Mrs. Charles Emmerich, Mrs. John Weinman. Mrs. Wil liam Jungclaus, Mrs. Charles Balke, Mrs. I I Julius Keller, Mrs. Louis Murr, Mrs. J. Kauen, Mrs. a. yv oerner, Mrs. George p. .r...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

V 12 THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, MARCH 2", 1P00. I Telephone In II a. I Buslnrnj Offlce 2CS ! Editorial Rooms 86 TKI13IS or SLIISCIIIITIOX. DAILY BY MAIL, Pulty only, on month laily only. tJ'.ree months 2-00 Ially only, one year -M Dallv. tnHu'llng Sunday, one year lft.W Eundar onlr. on jrer.. 2-Ort WJICN KL'KMSHED DY AGENTS. Dallr. per wek. by carrier 1 eta Pun-lav. Intl ropy 5 cts Daily and Sunday, rr wk. by carrier.... to ota WEEKLY. Per year ILM Ilednced Hates to Cialis. Fubscribe ulth any of our numerous agents or nd subscription to the JOURNAL NKWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. Persona n11njr the Journal through th malls In th United Stat1- should rut on an eiehtpae rrr a oxn-cENT postal trno: on a twelve tar: p. rates. Foreign postage is usually double these AM communications Inten4et for publication tn this papr mut, in ordr to revive attention, b accompanied by tho name and address of the riter. Fjected manuscripts rill not be returned vnl3 postage is inclosed for that pu...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

Miss Kate .Hege, Miss May Brevoort and 6 weicht .c( THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1900. 13 i THE VOICE OF THE PULPIT SIlRAfXKS OF TO-DAY I TIIBY ARE M MKHOl S, HIT XOT llECOGMZEn. vhort Sermon ly Rev. Adolph Roeder, D. II.. tr Jfrnnalem Church (Snetlonborglan), Oruuge, J. "If ye have faith as a grain. of mustard n(l, ye hall say to this mountain remove .. ne'e, and it shall remove." Matt xvll.. " The day of miracles is past? No; we are living in a world so full of miracles that they actually overthrow tho edges, and th" strangest thins about it all is that we f nftm fail to recognize this fact. I think rnetirr.es that we are like the people that crowded about the Great'Onc on the shores r.i Galilee. There were many among them v ho were looking for the Messiah to come, and who did not know that He was stand int; in their very midst. It seems as though r were looking for a great many things tu erne that have already taken place. The- text quoted is an illustration of thi...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, ..MARCH 25, 18BD. 14 iri Three days of "Robert Downing to-morrow, Tuesday and Wednesday, with a pop ular matinee Wednesday afternoon Is the next attraction "" or " note "' at Eng lish's Opera Houe. ' Mr. Downing fa making a wide departure this reason from the character of roles he has been Ions associated with by hl3 ad mirers. Heretofore he has been seen al most exclusively In classic tragedy Imper sonations. This season, however, he Is starring in a new pastoral comedy drama, from the im of J. C. Nugent. The pro duction is thus modestly characterized In the advance notices: MTo those who have been milled so many times by managers who state that they carry carloads of . scenery, great companies, magnificent cos tumes and have thousands of dollars In vented in their enterprises, when the re sult proves their statements false, we say that we do not carry ccrloads of scenery, we have not thousands of dollars Invested in this enterprise, nor have we an...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1C0O. 15 K-CULISIIUD IiY SPECIAL AKRANOEMHNT Corner House The By WILLIAM LE QUEUX, Author of "Whoso Findeth a Wife," -scribes and Pharisee of TemptAUon."etc. Copyright. 30.by William I,e Queux ) Vi . r I Tho bachelor In London naturally drifts from one set of diggings" to another by law of Kravitation. When a man Is single I .fc... it advantageous to move from f v.if lo4lKtnff to another, 'for by so doing , escapes that rapaciouneys bred of fa miliarity which Is one of the most striking cliarai tertetlcs of the Cockney landlady. I ffoak from experience, for 1 myself had given up possession of countless latch-keys, and had ran the whole gamut of lodging- hou.e delights, when I at last found myself the occupant of a. very comfortable draw-ir.g-room floor at the. lower end of Cower t-trret. Contented I certainly was. In the ten years during which I had digged It in London lodgings I had never been so satisfied, nor had any of my previous land...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 25 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, MARCH 25, 1800. Iß A GATE TO THE FAR EAST eli:mi:.ts likely to maki: iiovu kom; a ;iu:at 3iCTitoroLis.. t'nltc! Plates Conanl Xot Equal to Mini tlon llolnön Well Liked parlous Oriental Waji. CorninJence rt the Indianapolis Journal. HONil-KONG, Jan. S. As an Indication of the he -teroseneous crowds that are corn ins und Kölns? to the Philippines the pas 5fr.rr list of tho Oriente was very inter esting. On the list were three naval of-f.r.-r transferred to other stations, a Lon don newspaper correspondent, a member of thft Royal Geographical Society who had ben making explorations In Borneo and had been able to render efficient service to General Otis In the Philippines, a British coffee planter from Central America, on his way to Shanghai, and a Filipino widow groins Into voluntary exile. They frater nized amicably rather more perfectly, in fact, than the same number of Americans from different and differing sections of the United States. As Vic went...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 March 1900

EI INDIANAPOLIS 10UMNAI wi'eicly nsTAKLisunD 1513. 1 VOT T Vn on DAILY CSTAUL.1S1ILD ISiO. $ J J. L CO, INDIANAPOLIS, MONDAY MORNING, MARCH 26, 1900. PRICE 3 CENTS. AT RAILWAY NKTVS STANDS. Ott TRAINS AND SUNDAYS, ft CENTS. V SO SUCCOR YET 31AFEK1NG STILL HOLDING OUT UN DER heavy shell fire. Promised Relief folamu Und Not Uetn Sighted When the Last Dis patch Ururtr Left. HES5AGE FROM LADY WILSON WHO SAYS SOME OF THE NATIVES AUE DYI.G OF STARVATION. Force of British Cavalry Reported to Hare Invaded the Transvaal Near Christiana. AN UNFOKTUNATE OCCURRENCE LOUD ROBERTS'S DESCRIPTION OF THE SHOOTING OF OFFICERS Who Tried to Capture a Party of Jo hanneibnrs Mounted Police To tal Drftlsh Casualties 10, IIS. LONDON, March 25. The "War Office has received the following dispatch from Lord Roberta: "A telegram from Nicholson at Bulwayo states that Baden-Powell reports: 'All well to March 13. During past few days enemy's cordon much relaxed. " The Nicholson referred to In Lord Rob erts's dispa...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 2G, 1900. ranking Democratic member of the House merchant marine committee, made a state ment to-day regarding the position of the Democratic minority on the shipping sub sidy bill. He said in part: 'The present bill formed by the Republican majority, while it is -vastly superior to the original measure presented in the House and Sen ate, is yet far from satisfactory. Two practical amendments which have been asked for by the Democratic members, and to the supiort of what at least three of the Republican members volunteered enough to make a majority in the whole committee were defeated through the In sistence of the ship owners trust and the dictation of Senator Hanna. who told the Republican members that under no con sideration could either of the amendments be attaened to the bill. The first was a provision to extend tne time during wnlcn Americans could purchase foreign vessels for another year. This policy is outlined and favored in the rep...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1900. 3 New York Store ntabllhcd ISM. Sole Aernd Uatterlck 1'ntterns. Opening Week in Carpets Ana, ..Draperies Many new and Wauiiful things shown to increase the beauty of the home. We Invite you all to come. Third Floor. Pettis Dry Goods Co. 'TKIvL riII3 TRUTH" The Spring Is now here, and we call at tention to the fact that every day we arc now receiving all the new South-rrown vegetables, l'rices always reasonable. MOXARCI1 GROCI2RY 112 llt Washington Street. Telephone 1453. Hixteentu and lllinoia .sts. Tel. 1K&. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus iness enables us to undersell all others. CEO. J. MAROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St. Second largest Shoe Store In the World. AMUSEMENTS. Murray and Mack are to go starring next eason in a new farce by Mark E. Swan, author of "Brown's In Town." James A. Herne Is to get up the produc tion of Viola Allen's new play by F. Marion Crawford, entitled "In the Palace of tho King." Henshaw and Ten Broeck have...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1900. 4 THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, MARCH 2d, 1900. Telephone Call. Busing Office 233 Editorial Room. .R6 TKIOI9 OF SI USCHI PTION. DAILY Iii MAIL. Dallr onlr. nn month $1.7D l?ailr onlr. three montns -' Ially only. one yeir JMI 10.0) 2.00 lally. inclu-lln Hunriay, one year Sunday only, one year WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dally. per werk, by carrier 15 ts Funday. tingle ropy & cts Dally and Sunday, per wwk. by carrier.... Z) cts WEEKLY. Ter year 5100 . - Iledared Ratea to C1al. Subscribe with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NE WS PA TER COMPANY, Indianapoll, Inil. Persons sending the Journal throuarh the malls In the L'nlt1 Stat should put on an eltrht-pKe japer a ONE-CENT r-ostage stamp; on a twelve or sixteen-page paper a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign -postage is usually double these rate. All communications Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention, be SLccompanlet by the...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 2G, 1900. 5 For it was Belts, Belts, Belts, that's one for you!" (With apologies to R. K.) Pulley Belts of Leather, of Ribbon, of Belting. Pulley Rings, Pulley Buckles, Pulley "Setts," Dog-collar Belts, Girdle Belts, Elastic Belts and just Belts, at MURPHY, HIBBEN & CO. INVALID'S RUBBER GOODS. Air Beds. Pillow and Chair Cushions. Hospital TUncs. Urinal. I!d Pans. Fountain an.J Hulb Syrlnre. Hnt Water UoUlu. Stomach Tube lad Shower liaths. WM. Ii. ARMSTRONO & CO.. -SCGRICAL INhTKT.MENT MAKERS 222 and 221 South Meridian St. 1 ; r life which most people prefer to leave In the background. Published by the Double day &. McClure Company. The Seeker. Stanley Waterloo, author of'The Wolf's Long Howl" and other stories, possesses a talent for discovering original themes and for handling them well In fictional form. His success In both lines may be partly due to previous newspaper train ing. Ilia latest story, "The Seekers," pre tentd tome s...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 March 1900

6 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL. MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1900. JO t II V A - lit' r 12 S ft Dill ECTORY. AOUNT INIIA.'A1ML1S JofUNAI U m. L- iilct, rii l st. Micntir.tR trt. Tt-I'- rhor.es: cid. Zü'); tuw, ZllZ. Tc-rr&ry west of vhttgr1vfr. , COAL COALCcburo Coal Ca., East 2! J t. An jthracit. coke, hard and soft ccal. Phon 2443. DYEING : " ' SlfILL it CO., Taney drera and rlaners: silk curtain, any color. cleaned and finished rnual lo new; al.o laii.' ht cloth Jacket! a sj e-daltr- tin Massachusetts avenue and Iii Noit. Illinois tr-t. FLOKISTS- ; ' P.EP.TKP.MANN FLOR AT COMPANY, New No. 24LMa"s avc, 22 S. Del. et. Tl. M. LAUNDRIES . . UNION CO-OPERATIVE LAUNPTIT. Work called tot. 119-144 Virg ave. 'Phone 12M. MANTELS AND ORATES . r. M. TURSELL (Mantel. Furnace). Z'A Man. av. I'ATENT LAWYEfiÄ . V. II. LOCÜWOOD. U-IH Tmrtee hulldlnir. SALE AND' LIVERY STAPLES HORACE WCOT "(Carriages. Trap. Duck boards, etc) - :a Circle. Tel. 10j7. SHOW OASES , WILLIAM WEI GEL, 116 South Pennsylvania sL UNDE...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 1900. SPECULATION IS ACTIVE SUt l'KZK OF THIHO-AVKSUE SHOUTS CLCARUI) THE ATMOSPHERE. 3Ioney Market Mach Easier, with t Some Contraction of Loan Great er Ilreadth of Local Trade. At New York, Saturday, money on call :was nominal at 4!i per cent. Prime mercantile paper, 4UtM12 per cent. Sterling exchange was steady, with ac tual business in bankers' bills at for demand and I.S2LS2 for 8xty days; posted rates, L3Q l.3i and ll.SGHtH.S7; commercial bills, ll.87V.34-?. Silver certificates were GOUG'ic; bar sil ver, S3"ic; Mexican dollars, 47ic. At Lon don bar silver was 27d per ounce. The exports of gold and silver from the port of New York to all countries for the week ended Saturday aggregated 1719,723 in silver bars and coin and $558,906 in gold. Imports of specie for the same period were $107.736 in silver and $31,084 In gold. The imports of dry goods and merchan dise at the port of New York for the week were valued at 111,200,267. The week...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal. — 26 March 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, MARCH 26, 190Ö. 8 Standard Patterns For April, here. Xew pleated back skirt patterns, new shirt waist patterns, "Cut to Fit," as only Standard Patterns do fit. New fidhu and Jabot patterns. The April Designer, too, beauti fully illustrated and undoubtedly the best of all fashion publications; price 10c per copy. $1.00 a year with a premium of 50c worth of Standard Patterns of your own se lection free with each year's sub scription, During March Only. Pattern Dep't, East Aisle. L. S. AYRES & CO. Sole Agent for Standard Patterns. XIII WI3ISIC Exhibit of Oils, Pastels and Water Colors, Fy EMMA O. KING. THE H. LIEBER COMPANY, 24 Went Washington Street. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. :v this Llooday Bargain Sale RUGS "MONDAYED" THUS: tO fine Symrna 60 fine Axminster 50 Nubia Wilton 0 Axminster Mats 50 large size Smyrna $1.87 $1.87 $1.19 77c $2.87 Gr ALL BRIGHT NEW GOODS Come get a Mottdoyed' Rug Early in the Morning Albert Gall drptts, Draper...

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