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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1900. 5 aß P U VP Tito full 'blossomed trees filled all tho air with fragrance and with joy" Longfellow was all right on everything but the trees, but they'll bo FüBÜÜ Soon and when they are, thinlt of ua when contemplating the purchase of your Spring Clothing. From this time on into the dog daya you will have a feeling that you want to be decked out from top to toe in a Correct and seasonable. This desire will lead you to the WHEN. Why not? This store's reputation as a safe, satisfactory place for getting Is well established. A long career of merchandising has taught us how to appeal to the masses through values, prices and fair treatment. The suit that comes from the When carries no trace of disappointment in after years. We have them in every department that in shape, fit and make crowd the custom tailor for a place under the wire. The never- ceasing ebb and flow the constant setting the .... . WON LOVE BY HYPNOTISM DIVORCED WIFE AXD WI...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1900. OFF FOR CINCINNATI K..uiHfnl tHnle rlav bv SEASON NEARING AN END 'the collegians and the errorless and alto gether professional work or tne League team. All of Yale's four errors were bunched in the second Inning. Boston made fourteen hits off Robertson, who twirled for the collegians. Freeman's batting was spectacular. Score: Boston 2 0 0 0 1 3 1 0 7 Yale 0 0 1 2 0 3 0 0 0-6 IMM.1XAPOIJS FLAYS IX THAT CITY : TO-DAY AMD TO-MOHIIOW. HIT TWO WE 12 KS MORE REMAIN OF TE.P1X LEAUl E SEASOX. . Purdue Ilnrely llenten. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. CHAMPAIGN. 111., April H.-The University of Illinois defeated Purdue at baseball this afternoon on the college field by a score of 5 to 4. The' Tho Trnm VU1 Piny Here on Twemlay Cleveland Will Open II;'ular Sraioo Here Wednfwlay. a i an The. Pittsburg players lft the city yesterday greatly disappointed because the Wfathr. th,last of the week would not permit CC them playing with the Indiana...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1900. CHEEK TORN TO SHREDS V LA CK KOK II CO US TV CHILD SCitioisLY ixjiiieu iiv x horse. Philippine Wnr Veioran Killed hy a Trer Porlrr County Republican Sherp Shnrer to 3Icet. E pedal to the Indiana?!! Journal. HARTFORD CITY'. Ind.. April li.-Yes-terday afternoon, while feeding hay to a family horse, the four-year-old daughter of TV. II. Clark, who lives eight miles southwest of this city, was badly Injured. A dog barking and snapping at the horse enraged It, and It caught the little girl by the cheek, biting It so that the flesh hung only in ehrea. The child is not expected to live. John Lucas, who lived between this city and Dunkirk, was killed last evening by the fall of a tree, which pinioned him to the earth. Lucas had but recently returned from the Philippines, -where he was a private In the First Tennessee Regiment. He left a widow and three children. Killed by an Electric Cor. Special to the Indianapolis Journal. FORT WAYNE. Ind....

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1900. Manufacturer of Grilles and Fret Work. NO EGGS'AGGERATION IN Ollt EASTER MONDAY BARGAINS Art Squares 3x3 yards. $2.75 3x34 yards $3.15 Cxi yards $3.50 1,000 yards Tapestry Brussels, bright colors 4Gc C3These two lots will go ... . EASTER MONDAY-Eggs-actly so Albert Gall Carpet;, Draperie;, Wall Paper, 17 and 19 1Vet Washington Street. Hardwood Floor UlJ. fintahed tad reflnlthed. A Single Fact.... Is worth a shipload of argument. We do the Diamond business of Indiana several times as much as any other housc-i That fact Is a substantiation of our claims to give the greatest Dia- ' mond values In the State. Investigate ' before you buy. J ft Qjnp Importer of " DIAMONDS , JS4 North Meridian Street, INDIANAPOLIS IND. SCHLEICH ER' C ij 18-22 North Meridian St jj Straw Mattings 20c Chinese Matting3 now 15c 25c Chinese Mattings now 18c 28c Chinese Mattings now 22c SOc Chinese Mattings now ....25c 40c Chinese Mattings now 30c 35c Japanese Mat...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

1 NDAY Part Two Pages 9 to 16 A PRICE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. r JOIJRNA 3! Sole Agents For . Standard Patterns, oAvre c Ca - - - Indiana's Greatest Distributers of Dry Goods - - - Mail Orders Given . Careful Attention or oouse amu ncrae 0 0 0 -" Tri Ä-'-fs 'A Mi The question of personal adornment drops, to-day, into the shadow of an equally important discussionhome beautifying. House cleaning time is upon you with its perplexities, its vexations and its rewards. You enjoy the result but you dread the ordeal. That's where you'll profit by knowing the scope of this store's facilities. Our whole third floor is given over to the promulgation of the home beautiful. We reupholster time-tarnished furniture; we frame pictures and mirrors, or regild; we repair rugs or supply new ones; we make shades and curtains ; we place at your disposal decorative merchandise garnered from the producers of two hemispheres. This week's offerings are brist...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

10 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1900. beg for broad and not trouble her mother any more. NATURAL, INSTINCTS LOST. From thee stories it Is not Just to infer that the Indian mother loves her offspring less than American mothers love their own children- Jt is simply that when a mother I starving to death, when her suffering reaches a certain stage, she becomes even leys than an animal, for maternal Instinct perishes. Meanwhile, since the famine began, five months ago, whole districts have become depopulated. There is hardly a town or village in the stricken area that has .not Its scores of vacant houses. Husbands and fathers in despair of caring for their v.ivps and children, are abandoning them to their fate; and thousands of families are wandering irresponsibly about the muddeserts, the Jungle, and the streets of the towns, looking for food or awaiting merciful death. The appeal for the fund sent broadcast by Dr. Louis Klopsch, the proprietor of the Christian Herald, r...

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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

11 TheCity'slSOCIAL LIFE After-Easter Elegance in Absp' lutely Correct Outerwear In A Striking Sale of Kid Gloves, Laces Events, GayetJes and Personal Activities of the Week oim and Neck Dressings To-Morrow at the dianapolis's Greatest Dep't. Always Busy Store THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1900. If ill M - - X eople who natter themselves that they I .nage their affairs with consummate :t would often be much surprised if they ilized how completely their friends see v rough their devices and Judge them acrdlngly. says a writer in the Xew York v. 'ribune. In the matter of entertaining this Is especially true, and the woman must be clever Indeed "who succeeds in deceiving her public. "I think Mrs. L. must .divide her acquaintances Into classes," remarked one of her so-called friends recently, "and label them 'first 'second and 'third. for it Is wonderful how she keeps birds of a feather together at her entertainments. I think It is her ambition to be a 'queen of society.' ...

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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

12 THE IIIDIAIJAPOLIG JOülUTAl , GUI-ID AY, . 10, THE SUNDAY JOURNAL SUNDAY, ArRIL 15, 1900. - 1 - Telephone Call. Euftness Ofüce 22S Editorial Rooms S6 TKIISIM IF SI IISCIUITiOS. DAILY CY MAIL. TOillr only, one month V A Dallv rnJr, three months J. rtl!y only, r.n year luily. trending .jri'laj, one year I). tjunJjj only, on year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. Dallr. per wek. by carrier IS ets Fun-lay. Injrle corr s fts laily and Sunday, p-r wftk, by carrier.... 2tt cts weekly. Per year tl.00 Rfdartd Rate to Club. Fubscrlbe with any cf our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL NEWSPAPER COMPANY, IudlnnapollM, Ind. Ferson -nd!nc the Journal through the malls In the United tate should put on an eight-pace I apr a ONE-CENT postage tsmi: on a twelve ff tlxten-pajce pa;r a TWO-CENT posta? stamp. Portion po tage Is usually double these rates. All communications intended for publication In th! paper must, in ord-r to receive attention, be accompanied by the nam and address of ...

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Page 13 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

IHE INDIANAPOLIS . JOültITAL, ' GUI 13 AY, APHIL : Iß, 'ICS: HOW THE HINDOOS LIVE SQIALOH AND DCSTITUTIOX Till: III' LR OVEIl A VAST H KG I OX. 31Iftlonnricii Make the Mistake of Not Atlnptlnsc Thcr.melv.t to Kantern Cond It Ion h. Ccrrronclfnc of the Indianapolis Journal. DELHI. India. Feb. 11. The worst shanty In Inrfi ina;olis is better than the mud huts an3 old ramshackle structures in which the prent wurking classes of India live. I doubt if in our State ten men ever starved to death, except by accident. Here In the Punjab, where I am now, a district not much greater than Indiana, there are to-day lOO.noo starving men and women. There I? not In our State a woman who is compelled to go barefoot; here in India there are more barefoot women from cradle to grave than the entire population of the United States. The west half of the great Ganges plain is no better than the arid lands of our far West. It 13 only by irrigation that scanty crops are raised, and when they fail the result...

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Page 14 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

II THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, ' ICOa IPIslt and "Barbara Frietchic," the new play by Clyd-'fitch that ha received so much favorable comment from the pre?s of the ' Kast and Middle .West, will he presented , at KnsIIsta's Opera House Wednesday and Thursday nights by Miss Julia Marlowe and the largest company the has ever carTied. It Is said that Miss Marlowe has never appeared to such advantage as In the rlay provided for her by this clever author. In a series of beautiful, oId-fa?hIoned costumes the actress Is a picture for the eye to linger fondly upon. She has scenes ' In the first two acts -where pretty touches f half-tender, half-flippant sentimentality unite with her Impulbtsln a most attractive manner. Later she is called upon to utter ' a pathetic cry of anguish which goes . straight to the heart. The scenic effects, too, are in exquisite taste. Ther? Is a ' moonlight gathering on the steps of an old : Southern house, with colors and creeping . vines, and the...

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

Er- Wliee the Snu Mmei (AN EASTER X5y JOHX IIAUDERTOX, Copyright, 1000. by Each of the score or more of families at Lost Itock. dowa in the Southwest, had started from some older State with all of Its household goods In a wagon, like hundreds of thousands, of other Americans, seme native born, some Imported, but all of the restless class. They had failed, to find their intended route by missing a great rock that mt.rked the parting of certain ways, but when they suddenly found themselves amid abundant pasturage for their weary hordes and cattle, with an enormous epring near by and thickly wooded hlll. on one side of a brook they " concluded that they had reached that particular portion of the Promised Land which every American wanderer believes was set apart for him from the foundation of the Republic. Individually, they differed as greatly as their dog?, who showed strains of all good and doubtful varieties of canine blood. A sociologist would have thought them collectively as unpr...

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Page 16 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

IG THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUND AT, ArltlL 15, IC CD. THE VOICE OF THE PULPIT 2MMOUTAL! A SHORT AND PERTN JiCST DlSCOVIlSn 0 EASTEIl. Br Iter. Ednard Everett Hale. D. D. Fnator EmerUni Sooth ConRrcKatlon&l Church Huston, Mass "What Is mortal may be swallowed up of life' II Corinthians v. 4. I Laif the world rouse lt!clf"to-day to do honor In pome form, simple or elaborate, to that Master of Ilfe, who from the death of selfish separation rouses men to the largeness and reality of a common life. It Is as the sun In the heavens, as the spring days lengthen, -wakens In every meadow a million blades of gras which he found keeping, lie calls them out of the earth Into a higher life; and In their little way they, too, give out of their own power, they breathe out a blowing In their turn. The air Is the purer, the perfume Is the sweeter because these millions of blades of gra?s have started out of the cold death of the winter. Into the generous mutual life of the new-born year...

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Page 17 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

SUNDAY r H Part Three Pages 17 to 20 A HUGE FIVE CENTS. INDIANAPOLIS, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 15, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS. HERO OF LADYSMITH GEN. MRT CRITICISED JO URN A t 4 4 4 4 4 4 $ 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 4 t t 4 4 4 x 4 4 4 t 4 4 AlOU a ft n $ . V fc I HDD H XT C V m "W Has a positive interest in this sale. Every department here is now a "Storehouse of Bar gains," and REAL BARGAINS are not so common that you can afford to neglect them. 8 RUSS OS SALE ALL WEEK 500 New, Large Smyrna Rugs, Warranted All Wool On sale this week $12.50 Rugs, 6x9 feet, $8.90 each $25.00 Rugs, 9x12 feet, $18.75 each 4 15 Large Smyrna Rugs Very best regular $30 kind, all wool, 9x12 feet, while they last j. $23.90 each. J Fine, New Art Squares Guaranteed all-wool filling; sale prices as follows: $5.00 size, 2x3 yards, $3.75 each $6.50 size, 3x3 4 yards, $4.95 each 5 c.au size, x-t yaras, $o.vo eacn Only 25 left of those rich 4 - New Avmlntr Ptioc , $27.50 qualUy, 9x12 feet. . Sale 3.- price $18.90 each until g...

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Page 18 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

18 THE INDIANAPOLIS JOUENAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1900. xiothlng at longer distances. Twice I have teen th S'mth African Light Horse under heavy rifle fire, as harmless as it was heavy, -three or four men hit out of three or four hundred. Compare this with the shooting of the IlaslnerH in our sear-ba at Gubat. vjiere they wiped out every man who stood n hi feft. I have already told you how I was missed at close range by twenty or thirty riflemen, and, on the whole, I don't think the Uocr army 1.- above our average in shooting. Where they are facile princepes Is at mounted infantry work, at seizing anil abandoning: or reinforcing a position, as necessity may compel; their tenacious clinging to a place they know to be necessary to their safety and their sure eye for such a position. "Indeed, against a slowly moving army like our, whose precise tactics compel um to shift In a slow manner, they are very formidable. Karh g'od Boer is a general in himself, each pile of stonos he shoots from ...

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Page 19 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1901). 19 INDIANA TRUST COMPANY CAPITAL SURPLUS $1,000,000 570,000 The Largest, Most Convenient and Strongest Safety Vaults in the State; absolute protection against fire and burglars. The cost of a box for one year is only $5, which is less than 10c a week. Special department for women. Policemen on watch day and night. Offices In Company's Building. Rent Collections Tbe collection of rents and management of property will receive tbe most careful attention of this company. Its facilities for successfully handling this class of business are unsurpassed. Complete list of vacancies published every week without charge. " New accounts solicited. The Central Trust Company No. 154) East .Market Street. ' 9AFC DEPOSITS. S. A. ! LE1CHER& CO.'S Safe Deposit Vtnlt: 3(1 East Washington Street Absolute safety against fire and burglar. roUceman day aad night on guard. Designed for safe keeplntr of Money. Bonds. Wills. Deeds. Ab tracts. Silv...

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Page 20 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 15 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, SUNDAY, APRIL 15, 1900 20 STORY OFTHEPOST-CRRD it is thirty yhaiis old and has 1'hoyi:d its isi:i'lli:ss. A Ciermnn Idea Irnmptl' Attoptetl In InKlantl nnil Im or InIlenauhle Throughout the World. London Times. The i?ue of larger post-cards to-day (Nov. 1. lSitf, Is a concession by the postoffice which will bo hailed with great Fatlsfacticn by post-card writers, whose number Is legion. It is one that has for some time been widely agitated for in this country. Both the inland and the foreign cards will be increased in fize to Zi inches by Z'z inche. and these cards will eventually displace the present thin inlaid and stout oblong cards and the present foreign cards. They will be sold at the Fame prices as those for the cards they supersede, and the stout "court" cards will continue to be issued. Likewise the maximum fdzc of private cards will be Increased to 5Va inches by 3i inches to correspond with the size of the new cards. These changes may not seem in t...

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

INDIANAPOLIS JOFBNAL WEEKLY ESTABLISHED 1 VOT T V C 1 fli" DAILY ESTABLISHED J Vlj- i V. 1UU, INDIANAPOLIS, .MONDAY MORNING, APRIL 16, 1900. T)T)Trr q ni?VTC ( AT railway newp KTANW. OS ilvlOrj O VÜii LO. (TRAINS AND SUNDATS, i CENTS. BLOW AT BOERS GENERAL nRADANT REPORTED TO HAVE HIT THE LXCMY IIAUD. He Is .Said to Ilnrr Defcnted the lie. lestr of Wepener, Capturing Gnni and Prisoners. RUMOR NOT YET CONFIRMED REGARDED IX LONDON AS A "PREMATÜRE" STATE3IENT. Brabant Left Allnal North Saturday, and It Was Expected He Would Make It Hot for the Uocn. BEITISH HOBE CONFIDENT DISPATCHES FROM nLOEMFONTEIN GROWING OPTIMISTIC. Another Wnrnlna from Winston Churchill Losses Last Friday Basutos Under Arms. LONDON, April 16. The Cape Town correspondent of the Daiij Telegraph, telegraphing Sunday, says: "An unconfirmed report is in circulation here that General Brabant has inflicted a crushing defeat upon the Boers at Wepener, capturing guns and taking pris oners. PRODAIILY PREMATURE. Drabant Has ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 16 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 16. 1900. the contractors will be sorry when the troops go away.'' THE RAILWAY STIUKI. No Change In the Situation President Powell Statement. ATLANTA, Ca.p April 13. The situation In the telegrapher strike on the Southern Tiallroed I. practically unchanscl. The greatest delay to any passenger train during: the day was one hour, ami only one or two trains failed to make schedule time into Atlanta. J. S. B. Thompson, assistant general suierintendeiit of the Southern Railway, pays both passenger and freight trains are moving on time, and that the only trouble the road Is experiencing 1 from wire cutting. The cornpan', however, has offered rewards In cases of this kind and hopes to have the Interruptions cease. President Powell, of the telegraphers, tonight gave out the following from his headquarters In the Kimball House: "The conditions to-night are entirely satisfactory to the men. Telegrams received by me from every division of the system indi...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Indianapolis journal — 16 April 1900

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900. 3 New York Store Established 1S33. Sole Aernta Rutterlek Tattern. HAVE YOU SEEN THE Barnes White Flyers for 1900? The most graceful on the market Come let us show you them. Prices, $39, $45, $55 New Basement. Pettis Dry Goods Co. OUR Large Stock and Large Bus in ess enables us to undersell all others. GEO. J JUROTT, 22 to 28 East Wash. St Second largest Shoe Store In the World. AMUSEMENTS. Jeff Je Angells Is to star next season In musical comedy, instead of comic opera, and Is negotiating already for a NewvYork opening. "A Man and His "Wife" will be withdrawn from the Empire Theater, New York, after the current week, and "Lord and Lady Algy" revived In Its place. May Robson and Eric Hope (Earl of Yarmouth) have formed a partnership for the purpose of conducting a summer theatrical season at the great watering place, Newport. "Uncle Josh Spruceby," the lively ten-year-old rural drama, with Its sensational mechanical effects and unusua...

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

THE INDIANAPOLIS JOURNAL, MONDAY, APRIL 16, 1900. THE DAILY JOURNAL MONDAY, ATRII, 16, 1000. Telephon Ca IIa. Business Office 2 I Editorial Rooms 8fi TERMS OF SIIISCIUPTIOX. DAILY BY MAIL. Dally only, on month.... Dally only, threw months 20 Dally only, on year I.M Dally. Including Hundy. on year lo.no Sunday only, orws year 2.00 WHEN FURNISHED BY AGENTS. rlly. pr wwk. hy carrier 1-1 et Sunday, single ropy 5 et Daily and Sunday, per wek. by carrier.... 20 eta WEEKLY. Per year 11.00 Reduced Rate to CI aba. Fuoscrlb with any of our numerous agents or end subscription to the JOURNAL, NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Indianapolln, Ind. Person endln- the Journal through the malls In the cnlfed Htat should put on an elhtpa-fe paper ONE-CENT posts rtamp: on a twelve er slxteen-pare rarer a TWO-CENT postajre stamp. Foreign pottage is usually double these rate. All communications Intended for publication in this paper mum, in ordr to receive attention, be accompanied by the name and address of the writer....

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