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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

V uLLU.. iv :j Uj.m 1 Pages A Jo i WEESLT nSTAnl.ISHCD lATkT T Vr Ol W! DAILY ESTAUUailEU ISM. 1 ' JLl. Xj i J. til,PRICE Fl INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1900 TWENTY PAGES. SUND A f - i i ; , . ; ; r - - i ON TO PRETORIA LOHI) ROBERTS'S ADVAXCE TOWAIID KitiüEnDüM commenced. 111 K(rcr Reported to He Moving Aorthirard and Skirmishing: Daily "with the Enemy. BATTLE SAID TO BE IMMINENT TICKER'S DIVISION STRONGLY IX. TREXC1IED AT KAHEE SIDIXG. And the War Clear to Brandort, Which linn Deen Hastily Evacuated by the Boer Form. BRITISH LOSSES- ON FRIDAY ROBERTS'S CASUALTIES GREATER THAN FIRST REPORTED. Tiro Officers and Ten Men Killed, Eight Omcers and 15 Men Woandctl and Three Soldier Missing. FIAT MONEY AT MAFEKING faper tinnuxcY issued iiy colOM'.L UADEX-rOWELL. Death' of Colonel the Hon. George Hugh Goaa;h Dotha Xovr Commander, of the Iloer Army LONDON, April 1,4 a. m. The War Office Issued no further news to-night and the few dispatches received from the seat of war bear evid...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

nn?Y ALoü FüLLü.:! THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1900. n had read about one of the fifty- to print it as a pa.rt of his re cComas then had read a recent nt of Mr. Havemeyer. president of iTlcan Sugar Keilning Company, In i;e arg.'cd In favor of the free ad I . 1 t w I a - S . n me i imcij out it.- oi ?usjitr inim Ivo and expressed the belief that would rome soon when it would ttcd free. Mr. McCamos adverted ally to the agreement on the Porto jestion, which he said Mr. Have id Mr. Allen were In. that section of the bill relating to Utive ussembiy of I'orto Itlco was Mr. Pettus. of Alabama, offered ndment: "That the legislative as f I'orto Rico shall have no power lity to enact any law in conflict fe constitution of the Lniteu LjlKLHiK'nflment was lost 15 to 31 .irbanks then addressed the Senate. conclusion of the Indlanian's ret. David presented compilations of Ul.stlcs In support of the remarks iiade a few days ago, some points t he said, had been challenged. mdler, cha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

DlüT copy THE Ii TU-!. .1 - -Ji. flFTERSALOON KEEPERS masy .innr.sTco otf charge of VIOLATING LIQUOR- LAWS. Jntlsc Carter laaues an Important OrderFinal Report In Savings and Loan Case. The arrest of saloon kccpcr3 charged Tvith violating the liquor law continued all day yesterday and when the rcund-up finished In tho evening, these are the men who had been served and gave bond: Archibald Greathou? 214 Indiana avenue; Jacob Crone, North Delaware street; Conrad lies?, &52 Massachusetts avenue; William Ryan, 5.7) Massachusetts avenue; August Merkt, 001 Massachusetts avenue; Charles II. Roener. 810 Massachusetts avenue; Othman Keller, 217 Kast Washington street; Christian Roepka, IOC Virginia avenue; James Du?an, 217 West Washington street; Kmll Mantel, 3 Virginia averse; George W. Shaffer, D33 Massachusetts venu?: James II- Kerr, 142 We5t Washington Mreet; John Lux, 223 West Washingten street. Superintendent W. f. licit, of the Antlpaloon League, says the league is respons...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1900. PARISIANS WORRIED rit.VIll TAUT OF Tili: SHOW WILL UIZ CLOSEO OX SUM) AYS. Ilritnn and Anieriraim ApppnllnR to Lommtnlonrrn to Cover Exhibits on 11 rat Day of the Week. 110 DECISION YET REACHED FRENCH AUTHORITIES OPPOSED TO THE CLOSING PROPOSITION'. Dehnte 1 the Chnmher of Depntles l"rniieo-AmerIcnn Drmnnitra- "" tion nt Vendome. (Coryriht. lv, by th Associated Press.) PARIS. March 31. The important question whether the American and British sections of the expo5ltion shall be open Sundays loomed up this week, engaging the serious attention of both the American and British commissioners, on whom pressure is being brought to bear by sections of their respective, countrymen to close their exhibits. United States Commissioner Peck's mail has brought a big batch of protests on this subject, based chiefly upon religious scruple?, and the commissioner finds himself upon the horns of a dilemma, as the closure of the American section on what t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, . SUNDAY, APRIL. 1, "1800. Fhe Reasoiis Why it is to your interest to get your boy a confirmation suit at the WHEN. Perfection in fit, attractiveness of price, guarantee! durability and artistic shape are Four of 4 Them Your money returned if .you want, is another. $6.00, $7.50, SS.CO. $8.50, $10.00 and $12.00 tells the story of long pants suits and you learn the rest when you come in with the boy. loee Pants 5uits costs less. You can get them for $3.50, $4.00, $5.00, $6.00 and $7.50, black and blue Clay Worsteds. All departments from head to foot from hats to sox are stocked with the staples and novelties of spring. You can't loose at the POTS AND PANS READY TUB Qt'EEX HAS SEXT IIKR KITCHEN UTENSILS TO IRELAND. Xteprenentatlves of the IVcrage in South Africa American Attaches Son Horn to Dache of York. (Coryrlfcht, 1IK0. by the Associated Tress.) LONDON', March 31. The Life Guard?, couriers, carriages, pots and pans and other royal paraphernalia, have alre...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1900. ALLEN PRESSED HARD II Y LEK GR AFI AND MR OWN FOH TIIU FIHST HOXOItS IX M. II. L. Tbl Wrek'n Hovrllnff Will Decide the Championship Knox Increases Ills Lead in Tenpln Lensrue. The race In the Marion County League for first place Is very spirited, as much so, in fact, as In the Indianapolis Bowling Leagrue a few weeks ago. Allen and Graff stand fim and second, respectively, with but a few pins separating them, while Brown Is very close behind. The season will end this week, and the fight for first place will be intensely Interesting in the last game?, which will bo played Friday night. Knox, of the Blue Labels, is some distance in the lead of Jay. his nearest competitor. In the Tenpin League, and it looks as if he will win the honors. Knox has been doing remarkably good bowling lately, and hla selection to represent this city in a team of Western howlers at the bowling congress in New York thi3 summer h a pood move, as he '7111 roll al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL; SUNDAY, APRIL I, ISOO. S - i GELEBRATION BY MINERS MMVi:USAKV or TUB KIHIIT-lIOl'U ! D.w m ly onji:itvi:. Tut Brother f Adnnis Connty Ilnrneil On! nt Snmr Tlmr .(ireat IlulhliiiK l'oom at Kokomo. Filial t t!.e IrvJinnijlis Journal. TIJtm: HAl'TK. Ind.. March 21. There re eel bratlons to-day throughout the Indiana mlnlr.f: Held of the anniversary of the rlcht-hour day in the mining industry. Sprhei v.ere made and there were the ;j wal sports of a mining camp at central ' ition?. The fart that the miners were jn.tkingr a holiday of th last day of the r.v'i'h really brought the suspension of mining last nlqht. and it will continue until April R to which the joint conference rf miners nd operators adjourned to enable hith sides to adjust the question of th pwr'-hase of powder, which was the only np.-n question that prevented the signing of the s.-alc. which poes into effect In t'i rt!r States party to the Interstate asrr'-r.f nt on the first day of April. Th" u...

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

8 THE- INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APBIL i; ICflO.- . 1 ii i 5 II 1 I i Mcntif.-ctnrcr of Grill and Fret Work. Our Whole Stock OF Rope Portieres Ooes in MONDAY'S BARGAIN SALE! w in Tatterm and Coloring J51.50 Hope Portieres, Monday, $1.G9; 5175 - - $1.73 $3.25 " " . $2.12 $0, $1.50 and J5.C0 $3.12 FINE, FRESH GOOD'S Mo n da j Only at Theso Price. Albert' Gall Carpets, Draperies, Wall Paper, 17 and ID Went Washington Street. Hardwood Floors laid, finished and reflnlshed. A MELANGE LOT OF Consists of Diamonds, all sizes and grades, just as they are cut from the rough, and before they are assorted for sizes and qualities. We buy melange lots of Diamonds direct from the cutters In Amsterdam, and save all the middlemen's profits, and sell direct to the consumers this explains why our business continues to Increase each year. Quality considered, we are showing a stock of Diamonds as low-priced as any In the United States. Importer of Diamonds, 18 North Meridian Street, INDIANAPOLIS, IXD...

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

Part Two . 7i H Pages 9 to 16 2 TRICE 1TVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. rx , TT V JLO I l'Uf I TTt Tt H rilA Kern v new Shoe Room.' It over looks Washington street, and is provided with many comforts for tired shoppers or those who wish to use it for appointments with friends. A tiny desk with writing materials will be found in one corner, also copies of current magazines. Withal, it is a pleasant "rendezvous" for you and yours. Shoe Selling Queen Quality Talk "Rome was not built in a day," neither was shbe perfection reached in a decade. The manufacturers who first solved the problem of makingthe Amerias; I yy ican shoe IS y i&i&h comfort, style and service charged for their skill. $5, s6 and even $7 was not considered too much to pay for the best. But recently new and speedier methods of tanning", wonderful machines of seemingly human intelligence, hygienic lasts, and, most of all, great factories with every known fa...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

o THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1900. 10 T COPY 1 - yeast, which It remove from the cask. In February or March the werk of mixins begins. Formerly each irrowth was treated separately, hut experience has taught that mixing produces a more agreeable, healthier wine. This Is done In enormous rasks. which now contain the "cuvco." OulsMc of this, all largo houses keep what thy call th- "refrves" a stock of Fclect ol l Tvinc, which are aldeil to th? "cuvre" to Improve the general character. This process innircs also from year to year a greater similarity and has the grcat advantage of partly brcaklnpr the fermenting power of the young wine, cv-lte an liem to the champapno manufacturer, when It Is borne In mind that one house once It 5.SS0 bottles out of 6,000 through breakage of bottles. last processes. A network of plpe leads out of the great cuvee tanks to the filling tables. Then the first cork Is put In and fastened. The bottle are taken to the cellars and arranged In eno...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, ICOO. II CUV OJ'X -E3 57) TlieCity'sOCf AL LIFE April's fairest showing of correct Outerwear for Women. A bower of dress beauty. Watch for the opening announcement of our Modern Soda Fountainanother forward movement forth$ busy store. OIHL Events, Gayetles and Personal Activities the Week m Life during Lent is not entirely devoid of gaycty for New York society people. The following from the Mall and Express is an account of an unusual entertainment which 1 beins arranged for In that city: The entertainment is officially called a costume rarty representing the spirit of events, characters and Ideas belonging to the nineteenth century. As the visiting ghosts arrive they will be announced by. a character representing Charon, just as If they had ben ferried across the Styx. After thy have made their entrance they will be invited to take seats about the room, and as they are called upon they will enter the charmed circle represented by a chalk l...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1900. Aw HE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, APRIL 1, 1000. Telephone Call. Ujjir.n OCe....,.:5S J Editorial Unomn TCUMS OF SI IlCHIlTIO.N DAILY HY M.vfL. rai!y only, rn month I 'f lily only. thr"f months... l'aür on'.y, me year IV.v. InrivAir.t: Sunday, one year bujvly only, bne year FURNISHED BY AGENTS To!r. per wpk. by carrier Surwiav. lnele copy Daily and bun.iay, j'-er veek. by carrier.... WEEKLY. iVr year . f.7) . 2.00 . Rno . 2.00 13 Cts 3 cts 23 Cts .11.00 Unified Hate to Club. Subor1be with any of our numerous agents or sucriptlon to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolis, Ind. rrron iunJin!? the Journal through th mails In the I'nlted stufe should put on an elrht-rae T-r a ONE-CENT postage stamp: on a twelve or rixteen-pajre ra-.er a TWO-CENT postage stamp. Foreign postage ls usually double these rates. All communication Intended for publication In this paper must. In order to receive attention, be arrnjnpanied by the name and address ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

TH3 IlIDIAlIilPCLtD JOUm.'l'J, C'Jir l.J i IMPRESSIONS OF INDIA iNNt'AL SACRIFICES AXD OTHER RELIGIOUS PRACTICES. Custom That Shock nn Observer Who I'ntlemiandM Snnltarr A Hnjnk'a l'alnce A Uefjret. Correspond nce of the Indianapolis Journal. BENARES, India, Feb. 5. The Indian, as well as the Chinaman, Is peculiar. Bret Harte polished oft the latter many years ago In his poem entitled "The Heathen Chinee." and Rudyard Kipling puts one phase of the Hindoo character thus: lt lt not good for the Christian's health To jostle the Aryan brown. For the Christian riles and the Aryan smiles And it weareth the Christian down. The end of such fight is a tombstone white, With the name of the late deceased, And an epitaph drear: A fool lleth here Who tried to hustle the East " The Hindoo he and she totally differ from any of their neighbors. The little Japanese Is all politeness and deceit; the Chinaman stolidity and solidity (for John, and especially his wife, have each a great deal of characte...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

14 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APItIL 1, 1C00L 1 . 1 1 On or tJie most unusual an-i rising entertahuueats of tho eeason. at English's Opera House "will undoubtedly be Riven by Fanny Rice, one of America's foremost comediennes, whose engagement Is for Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Wednesday afternoon of the current week, ills Rice has abandoned the farcea which brought her so- much fame and entered the realm of comedy pure and simple, In the adoption of which, course she has followed In the footstep of Jlobson. Cnuie, Goodwin and a number of other stars of the comedy world. The uncommon feature about Miss Rice's performances that she presents three different 'comedies at each one. She has ben fortunate enough to ecure the complete repertory of plays In which Roelna. Vokes plared herself into enduring popularity, and the patrons of Indianapolis will have an opportunity to see their favorite in nine of these pieces. The supporting company is an excellent one, comprising come o...

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Page 15 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

THE ; INDIANAPOLIS . JOURNAL,- SUNDAY, APRIL 1, ICOO. 15 yy V si' D PUBLISHED BY SPECIAL ARHAXOEMEXT.3 5 ITH A YU'S By J. D. Copyright. 1D00, CrThis story is about a tree. It would feem natural to give that tree a name; but there Is this dlfilculty, I do not know it! In live different parts of India I have heard that tree called by five different names. It looks like the familiar old Banyan. Let us call it so. Anyhow, whatever Its right name, all that Is Important for the due appreciation of our story is that the branches of this tree prow rapidly downward when ubout ten feet Ions, take root upon reaching the ground and again spring upward with renewed vigor. As the pendant branches approach the earth they Fhoot out long, thin fibres, which, to the Ignorant, superstitious inhabitant of the jungle, might well resemble demon fingers, and account In some measure for the ghastly Ideas ho has formed on the subject of our nameless tree. Ohe, ohe. Sahib! öhe, ohe. Sahib! Come hither, I pra...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

16. THE IKDIAKAPOUS JOUBNAL; SUNDAY, APItn. 1, 1C01 SPEECH OF Senator Charles Special to th Indianapolis Journal. WASHINGTON. March 31.-Charles Warren Fairbanks, the senior senator from Indiana, delivered a speech to-day In support of the Porto RIcan civil government bill -with the tariff attachments. Mr. Fairbanks presented the administration view of the question, and his argument was in opposition to the speech delivered by his colleague, Mr. Bever'ldge, last Thursday. Senator Fairbanks said: Mr. President, there are two principal Questions which lie at the very foundation of the pending bill. One Is a question of congressional power and the other a question of national policy. The first has been somewhat exhaustively discussed, particularly during the last few weeks, in both the Senate and the House. In fact, it has been discussed more or less since the Louisiana purchase, almost a century ago. It is Impossible to recall a precedent or authority which has not been Invoked in supp...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

r r o Part Three Pages 17 to 20 2 ritlCE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 1, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. We Pay Express Charges On all purchases of $5 or over to points within 100 miles of Indianapolis. That Left Aisle, as Should be lined with eager buyers to-morrow the result of OURSPECIAL EFFORTS in THEIR DIRECTION and in their interest, and if anything, still more in your interest. If you are yet holding off on your new Spring Dress, don't do it any longer, for Easter is only two weeks off, and every day counts. Also, don't forget that best styles go first. Our stock is. yet in excellent shape, but who knows what may be left if you delay any further? m Greatness in Colored Dress Goods "How can xe offer bargains like these so early in the season?" Yes, that's just it. Perhaps it's information to you, or perhaps not; if we told you why it wouldn't make any difference. We positively declare them the Greatest Bargain Offering of the Season. Come prepared to buy, for we kno...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS jptmNASUNDAAPRIL' 1, 1800. 18 r . i i k r to ecstasy the sleeping lyre of a Hoosler. The ladles of our party who mad? ft call upon the fix wives of the governor had on their return no wonderful tales to relate of beautiful fatlmas or Oriental tplendor of the harem. The outer adornment of the American gentleman as ex cmpllfled in th? carefully created Sunday trousers and tiik hat Isn't in It with ono of there sons of northern Africa. There is nothing quite o picturesque in Christendom as tlie Mohammedan In hi? white or olorrd burnous, brilliant turban and yellow lippr. stalking around on a pair of r.akei coffee colored less. This Oriental is polite and apparently cental, though taciturn and dignified. As !i merchant he quats crosss-lejrffcd all day long in his bazar, which 1 only biff enough to hold Mm and an apron full of his ware?. The customer find? no room to enter to do his bargaining while watching for the warning cry of "Kalack" from th passing drivers of donk...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 1, K00. 19 SAVE YOUR MONEY AND DEPOSIT IT WITH THE - INDIANA TRUST COMPANY Cor. Washington Street and Virginia Ave. 3 Per Cent. INTEREST Allowed on Deposits of The full amount of deposits, uicludin" interest, nay be withdrawn without any deduction. You may deposit at any time. No regular amount is required. OFFICERS: J. P. FRKN7.EL. President. FRKDKRICK FAHNLCY. First Vice President. !:. G. CORN K LI US, Second Vice Presidfnt. JOHN A. BUTLER. Secretary-. STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION The MARION TRUST CO. ASSETS. Mortgage loans Collateral loans Miscellaneous bonds S530.10S.97 M52.S1 201,007.10 1.7K.53 ".2:".75 2.015.00 3.120.M 2.101.10 '.(2.423.01) 0.f27.13 2.021. H l.'A'W.OO Ileal estate. Insurance and rental department . Advances to -estates Furniture and fixtures Expenses paid .. Bond premiums Cash Accounts receivable Trust securities .... i i Real estate ... Unpaid capital stock $1.121.732.77 LIABILITIES. Capital stock $300. 000.0" Undivided p...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 1 April 1900

lHE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APDIL 1, ICC n. THE VOICE OF THE PULPIT FOR FEMININE READERS HUMAN OXOESSi Tim DKSIRi: OF KVnilV UCXKVOLKXT IIKAIIT. S13IMEII GOWXS ALREADY IWDEtt CAREFUL COXSIDEUATIOX, By the Lato AVI1 1 in m Lincoln IHrch, I). D.. X)., People Church, Sun Francisco, Cnl. Folly of Expecting; Symbolic Art to Appeal to Uneducated Tastes Various Bits of Advice. 20 'That they all may be one.' John xvii, 21. This Is the desire of every bonevolent heart, the prayer of every thoughtful mind, but under present conditions it seems Utopian. The fact is that, as a rule, people arc only bound together by church, trade or social Interests, not by the affection which united Jonathan and David. The various sects often seem more concerned to promulgate doctrines than to uplift mankind to our Lord's level of conduct, and to an unhappy extent these are opposed to Christianity as Christ preached It. The present mode of trade Is, likewise, antagonistic. Trade generaly has too much the...

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