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Indianapolis News (Newspaper) - April 15, 1891, Indianapolis, IndianaPer mental apparatus Only. When the w you Pound engine if located there the re Cylinder Lor which it woe designed ii be added and other Ninoos of heavy the sypian Aeolis of rows. Wednesday. April 18, 189l a a W. D. Spring meeting of the notre do. Athletic association was held last thursday and judging by the prospects there discussed there la every reason to that this season will be one of the the history of the organization. The officers were elected Hayase i Riisoen c. 8. C. A Rev. P. Of Connell and r. Fit Gibbon �?T�2. A a Paquette. Al. A t. Cava a team a. J. Lollon. It waa decided that the team would do Bat Little travelling but invitation a would a a Here. For hat dwindled Down to and of there Ebony six will be refer nine will probably be pitchers Mchenry Ifil cobers Combe gallon first base Joyle second base Lio Carthy third Baba Fitzgibbon Short atop Dillon Captain Outfield Cartier Allen Mccabe and Chote. Two first nine captains will be elected next thursday and there will be a championship Serias. . Oaks laugh of Chicago Haa bean Hosan valedictorian of Tho class of t Tho other train a j. A. R Boci Tkv. I ult. R loan. Ufos s Betsy a Marie 19. A Quot inv Jef. Tost Sajta hmm la p. W. April 10. K. Fonts. 1,-8. M. Kintner b. j. H. Uku urow i a e. R. Reynolds thing Quot e. R. Waters. A is in Type and will be it will show a total year of 63d, of which save nil representatives t school system have Tho past week und in Nga of Tho Uhopa and search of suggestions for training school in your r the new Laboratory engineering have been bids for its erection will 1 for. This building if i Only a part of the pro struck no which shall eventually r All departments of the school of tical engineering. The present build designed to accommodate the. _ supt the equipment. Among other things provided for la a stand pipe for the study of Hydraulic. The proposed local water works will make such an arrangement possible and will also Sopp Lafira plugs located of various Parte of the Campus a precautionary measure already too Long neg dr.8. S. Twombly Tho Nowls elected pro Cesor of veterinary science has arrived a i begun his work. Evangelist Sayford of the International t. U. C. A., spoke before the Ooi logo association on saturday evening. Students of Tho electrical school have lust completed a Oracle Dynamo ter of the lira Kett form. It measures Tea Power peed in running a Dynamo and by determining the strength of current thus generated a teat of the efficiency of the Dynamo a obtained. An electrical society in being formed among the students of this department. A _ cottage. I correspondence of Tho Iodia Zepolla Richmond april 13,-Tho literary societies Bava reorganized for the present term with the following officers ionian president Herbert Charles vice president Frank Carey eee zelary m. E. Ratliff marshal Clifford Pritchard librarian Clifford Barrett pm Nizy president miss Emma Davit Rico Prosi Dant mias Clara Baldwin Saara tary my As a Malla Newsome wifi s Mist Lula Hadley Vlee critic Misa Kalla Cox and marshal mias Anna Sedgwick. The Tanate organised in Tho Ioa Iao last term continues its Sec Iona this term with forty seven senators. To chorus class has begun for a in Skol entertainment to he Given preparation at the beginning of the present year the ladles of too Phoenix band tried As an Experiment Tea presentation from time to tuna of a manuscript paper which they a Mixan. 1� was in every Way this term they have Organ a a Quot and will soon enter realism. The Phouc be the generous rival for the patronage of the collect Public. The Statt la editor Mia Edith Hunt associate editor mias Vas Lite bin Ford business Man War Fiss Marie Coggeshall local editor biases Alice Brown Jessie Nowlin and Susie Wright Exchange editor miss Martha on tuesday morning mrs. Or. Mary Allan of Toledo 0. Who has Boon delivering a course of lectures in the Eity gave to the students and faculty a Moat interesting and valuable talk on Tho relation of health to successful work in the world. She Enoour-1 athletics when practice for Tho Pur and bodily vigor it Tome Young men to Akk health and even life inthe sole purpose of i so. Else. Ilion held a meeting inc Edny evening to arrange for i the dose of the present term selected As the time. Com a in Tea diff agent de a a exert is Ltd a. The Earl Ham i to adopt a a the govt of a Tarm Tho Edda a n of recitations and mus. Soma simple refresh which ii 9, principal of West Tho College a flying Hoar Liaise University. of news Nork dams april 12. A governor will deliver Tho oration of the Day be extended to a Imide clubs to play he the number of Tea one who were working i fax. Pany a h. L. G., Tea honors were carried in Tea first and fourth by a. Lancaster and in the second third and fifth by g. Lanes last five compost live drills in com pal m in Loyn j. Dempsey and m. Quinlan won the in the two drills of company b. Ynes s Light guards Are preparing for a Encampment next month. Next thursday will be known a a military a concert and banquet at h. L. J. Headquarters will follow the dress Parede. The. Annual banquet of the n. I. A. A. Was held after the meeting last thursday. Stale University. I correspondence of the Indianapolis wews.1 Bloomington april sunday the anniversary of the University Christian association waa celebrated at the Chapel the address was delivered by Rev. Georgs Knox of Monticollo. Tea association in Tea University la vary Strong and is doing Soma Good work. It is probable that Bishop Vincent of the m. E. Church will lecture at the Bap cd Tea afternoon of May 10, a or. Halstead has invited him to Ooma to the pity to preach for him that morning. Or. Jordan made some very appropriate remarks at tha Chapel thursday morning lie stated that when he came Here seven years ago it was with the understanding that be was Only to remain until another Man Mora suitable could be found. To had been waiting for that Man Ever since and had nearly lost sight of the condition under which he took the place. The right Man bad at last been found in the person of or. Coulter and he waa satisfied that the institution would Crow under his administration. At the last meeting of the senior class arrangements were ample cd for the class Day exercises. The exercises in the morning will consist of tha planting of a class tree with appropriate exercises. In the afternoon Frank a title will deliver an oration or. Mario will read a poem and a address will be delivered before the elves by prof. W. J. Bryan. In the a evening exer Oreee will be held at the Chapel. Or. Matilar Wir read the Elaas history the prophecies will be in charge of miss Knight and E. Jenkins miss Fisher will read a poem and W. French will deliver the Elass oration. The colors will to pais Green Salmon and Lavender. Tha latest addition to Stanford University is or. Joba c. Brander who for the Post four years has been the state geologist of Arkansas. A is however connected with Tea faculty of Indiana University and went away with the understanding that be was to return As soon As Hie special work was completed in Arkansas. He and or. Jordan Ware schoolmates at Cornell. Tha oratorical contest of tha literary societies will to Bald at tha of Noel Friday Tho trustees elected senior night. Before adjourning Uto trustees i or. Viand Seib Euthal of the present Foley at an Sistunk in geology or. Arthur assistant in the physics and air. As. A a Uio tier a a assistant in botany. Or. Luckett of Tbs University has been a elected As Oue of tha teachers in the Reform school at Plainfield and Haa too Ephod. Tha salary in $60 per month. Depauw University. Correspond Encia of the Indianapolis hews.1 Gheen cattle april 14.�?the athletic concert on Friday night while not so Well attended at could have been wished was certainly a Success and reflected credit on the management the Talent presented was of a High order the audience was in thasia Stio and altogether a very pleasant time was passed by those present about $00 was realized by the athletic Erub. Prof. O. P. Jenkins delivered a lecture before the Normal school at Worthington on Friday. Chapel exercises at noon on thursday waa the occasion of a neat Little Surprise prepared by the Ojea of �?T81. For some Timo past it has been noticed that tha Bible in use in Chapel is Rathar tha worse for Wear. Finally it was taken away and a smaller one used in its Stead. On the occasion mentioned just As president John advanced to the desk for the regular scripture readings the representative of the class or. Herbert Hunt came Forward and in a few Well chosen words presented the University with a Large and beautifully bound Volunta of the Quot Book of a soon As the applause which followed died away the president responded in a few words of appreciation of the Dasas thoughtfulness and a pressed the wish that a might be Able to give Back to them and to the great body of a Tud outa before him the True baud precious promises contained within the Book. After this pleasant beginning tha Nanal exercises were proceed with. Sonda ots revival services is the College on Rara p Colla logo evangelist Sayford of now Tork monday and Tea Day svs Uings. Secretary cossum of Tho College Volin missionary movement waa Here week. While Here he secured one Volin last Teer for foreign Mission work. To himself will go a a missionary to China within tha next twelve months. Miss Estella Leonard of Moons Hill will give a coital a the Depauw school of Musio on next monday waning. Negotiations securing the services of Franlkin Burmeister of Hamburg Germany to the Depauw school of music Haye been made. She will so ter Apon her duties Ben a professor of the pianoforte anal Harmony next september. Depauw Mav congrats late herself on Thia addition to her already efficient corps of ins Truo tors contest for position in tha d. P. U. Baseball Teraun waa Bald a Liao he i Park on monday Sod Rwy Lead Iatha selection of the following named persons Tbs y. M. C. A. And y. W. 0. A. Have de 8ssqesap Dean Mills of the Depauw school of Art will have Werk on exhibition at the Indianapolis Art exhibit. John minor a Elmer Mason a Cassius Mcmullen 1st a Frank Littleton 2d a r. E. Barnhart 3d a Frank daily a a f. R Tcharles bouts 1 of Harry of. Moore s Bill. It. Cerr sep tack of to it a Indianapolis hewa.1 kept Harmony with the Moon a a Hill april Ian the of earful a bus Kibo of tuesday Kep a Are. When the old doll in the Zipola rang for the first Chapel term it Roll meted a larger Audi Home together in Many years. S8� Tea first week passed As they All Day rapidly and teachers and learners Bare settled Down to what a going to be a vigorous and profitable session of tha school. Tha at to Daneo Ean bar bragged of forty new students appeared at Chapel on tuesday and of course Tbs caravan keeps straggling in for a week. Arbor Day is to be Oela Breed with the usual rites. Rev. To Safah Cotton will be in charge and Trees will be planted along Tho collage Wall and wherever Rise a they Ara Mike aug. The idea la to throw things completely a Tho Shade. It warm weather a retard la about to invigorate the interest in out door sports. The athletic association will Taka Eon Lrol of Field Day. Arthur c. Qwinn will organize the Ball club and to proposes to afford a Taro Opportunity to the clubs about that Are seeking for defeat. Toa collegian company Are faithful in the rehearsal of their farce a my turn next the Parte were written especially for the people who will act them. Special scenery has been painted. Great induce Quot offered Menta Are being c and it if hoped that tha Public will it patiently through Tho piece in order to tee the Book auction. The audience at the Library social will be deservedly Large. The Phi Lone ten society elected officers on Friday. The result is announced president a. W. Ross is. Rise Prosl Dent g. A Zannoth �?T06. Secretary a. C. Given. I. Assistant Secretary a. Ritter is. Critics a. E. Martin is. Travao urary to. M. Dashiell. Pc librarian a. 0. Wood is c Bap Laius a. C. Johasen Vyp a Quot sergeant a. K. Foster is there Hare been times and places in which term recital Are fit to be avoided. Here at Moore Bill Thev draw after the fashion of magnets. The program of thursday evening Wae up to the Standard. Condensed Iti added selection orchestra la Gondola Henelt misses daughters and Leonard Liebe Wahnung Lange miss for by vocal Lare Adoris c. E. Lamp Obertson wait a concert Mattel Misa Spencer polka a concert Bartlett Misa Noble minuet a Fiat Sherwood mrs. orchestra vocal a a misses Ewan la Bolazina Zysberg misses Noble Leonard Valse Bruant a Flat misses Jones Johnson Carter Leonard vocal a Good night Quot mias Ewan military March Schubert or. Lewis misses Spencer Leonard Johnson orchestra. The informal reception which followed the recital was enjoyed. _ Bose polytechnic Institute. Correspondence of the Isaiaa Apollo thru Harts april 13.�?the Institute reopened on Tho 7th and work a one Mora requited Only to be interrupted by an occasional Ball Gams and tha into ool Legutha Field Day. Saturday two scrub nine were formed and the first game of the season was played but nothing very Brilliant was done. Boa a Ball enthusiasm runs very High and Onri laity a much aroused from Tho fast that tha Ball team will be announced thie week. Thera is every Prospect of a Good team and do doubt but under the new Constitution Tho nine will receive better treatment than it experienced last year. The subscription committee was Given $100 in a very Short time to the finances Are of a sure basis. Tea Tennis club held its regular meeting on the 12th, and elected b. Seymour Matthews �?T92, Secretary for the ensuing term. The idea of having s dirt oort has been abandoned and play has began on the old grass ones. There is a great Dent of interest shown by the freshmen and by All concerned from the school and Tennis prospects were never better. A the Banjo Lonb has disbanded for this year and on that account could not play at the High school concert though urged to do so by All. The orchestral club however rendered a Hunter Den Linden Quot March and was very Well received. The club also played at the song service of the congregational Church sunday evening. There a a scheme afoot to form a a cycling club among the a wheelers Quot of the Institute and As an introduction a party was formed on saturday and took a tour of some Milts into the country. The tri Leolor club met at miss Mckeeny a and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Her two friends from Marshall 111., received the attentions of Many Polys who now look Dike they have lost their Best friends. The next meeting trill be held at miss Grace havens a. L. The classes Are Busy selecting their men for Field Day sports and Avery one will try to make that Day a Success. It is hoped that every College in the state will compete and a Slot in having a Good the st. Louis club took a tour of about sixty Miles but on account of to weather was obliged to return and never reached its Mecca a a., st Louis Franklin of the Indianapolis ntws.1 Franklin april it the weather during the poet week has been greatly appreciated by the a Bletie fraternity. The ten Ala clubs Ore having their courts rolled and put in order and Hope to soon be ready to Call a Clova the base Ball grounds Are in use at All hours of the afternoon and the team will to in fair condition by Tea 25th inst when he first game of Tea season a to to played with Depauw University. Tha Newton and Monerie boarding clubs played monday with a score of 17 to 7 in favor of the Moncriel club. To Newton Boye claim that they Ware too fat to run which at least Speaks Well for their table. The subject of Debute at Tho in Ostor Hall was the very deep a bastion a Cresol fear is a greater incentive to activity than the Hope Al the question was decided in favor of Tho negative debater Mia May Huston �?T93. The Feriol Esian society debated the question concerning a free Trade is. Protection a which was decided favourably to Freo made. A resolved that Praise should be used As an incentive to work a a waa decided in the negative by tha athenian debate. Professor Owen of the biological department is visiting other colleges this week for the purpose of seeing How the subject is taught there and getting what new ideas be May be Able to secure from them. Thia it the time of the College year when the student in Mot with so Many chances to make a Fortune during a Short summer vacation that to Ean act help hut feel rather bewildered. The general agent who Quot would like to speak with you for a moment a is already hard at work. The average senior just now beginning to study the German philosophy and also having to think of an oration to to Given in june also class Day thinks that life perhaps not hardly Worth living but All Are hoping for the beet in the Spring which Are Elope at hand. A Sutler University Luetresa Kadance at the Tola Nepote mewa.1 Irvington april 15.�?the event which has claimed Tho attention and sympathy of to entire school daring the past weak has been the Yuneta and death of mrs. Anna Rady Brown wife of the professor of greek. The death which occurred of saturday morning was keenly fait As a common loss by students faculty and citizens. Work was soap ended at the College Aad the Atiz Danos on the funeral exercises a Wall a Tho other Kribales paid showed the High esteem in which mrs. Brown was held by bar Large Circle of friends. She was once a student of the University a native of Paris 111., and had resided continuously in Irvington since her marriage ten years ago save in �?T82 and �?T83, Whan a year was speak a european travel and Randy. She waa a member of a number of social organizations in Indianapolis and Irvington. To funeral exercises were Pond acted by president Benton and professor Garvin Ana the burial took place at Crown Hill on sunday afternoon. Society meetings and Elna sessions wore Generelly postponed on Aero not of this Aad interruption. The pro end postponed Python Ian alumni Poi cd Faaagi Ngn ral has been Given no on Aeo not of eral illness among the members who end or. Tips it of i upon the programme whose work under the i ambers students been placed. Sayford w of the am me Familia Ina colleges a Chapel on saturday morning and addressed tha Young Atsa thereafter. Hie remarks of Ata Kun probably become familiar to some other of the Indiana 00ueges during Tho week waa at the vices of student life especially among professed christians were timely direct and Replete with Good common sense to an extent that is unusual. A was Well received and made a most favourable impression of Hie auditors. The y. W. C. A. 1 planning an entertainment for the near future and the baseball team has been making Cosci Antiona Endeavor All weak to prepare itself to handsomely entertain the do Paw Boye when the two nines meet on the bloody Diamond next monday. Tha Janior Clase in said to to on Tho Point of a giving a party to night and Tho enraged lower Claitt Nen whose social gatherings tha juniors have so ruthlessly disturbed All year Are manifesting an inclination to take Tho War path when the Ena goes Down. At Tho Board meeting last wednesday prof. Thomas c. Howe of the Armstrong chair of Germanio languages was granted another years leave of absence and will consequently remain in Berlin until september 1892. Pre Limary plane for the gymnasium were submitted and it is now settled that the building will be of Brick and Stone fully equipped and will probably to ready for use when College opens in the fall. Next years foot Ball team will have the Benefit of a much More scientific training than Ever before in consequence. The College catalogue is to go to press May l _. Agricultural. How to grow Corn tor seed Fin me Pogost Lens and valuable motes. I Indiana Farmer. J it select a email plot of one fourth to one half of a acre entirely away from where any other Corn will be planted make this plot very Rich by the application of the beet fertilizers suitable to the soil break Well and have the land in a High state of tillage then Mark out both ways and select some Choice variety of Corn that a Well adapted to the locality. Select ears enough to Plant the lot a nearly uniform a possible and a near the Type you wish to Breed As possible then Plant four Hills and leave two then four and leave Twa thus planting two third of tha plot. Then wait until the first planting just begins to come through Tho ground then Plant one of Tho two Hills left wait until Iheson begin to Home through and then Plant the remaining two. The object of this method of planting la to distribute the replant All Over the plot cultivate Wall and a soon As the tassels begin to appear go through and Cut out All imperfect and diseased stalks All stalks that show any signs of smut on stalk or Blade should to carefully cot out and removed from the plot. Also All stalks that a How suckers should be Cut out leaving nothing but the beet and most perfect talks. Keep this up with the replant As Well As the first planting. By this method we get a pedigreed Corn Viz we know to a Oer Dainty that every ear has been fertilized by a healthy productive a talk. The object of the Zemond and third Plant a a in to keep up the Supply of pollen to insure the Complete fertilization of All the ing i All been planted at the same time the id up and have n i pollen would All be dried up Aud lie blown away and pistils from the tip Grai be left unfertilized the results would a one half at the end of the Job with no grains grains on the ear. The first Silks that appear Are the pistils from the base or upper grains. There become fertilized first then the next grains and so on up the ear and the tip grains Send out their Silks or pistils last several Days after the first grains were fertilized. No doubt Many Farmers have observed the outer ski dead and dried up while the Center talks were still Green. There Are the Gastile from the tip Gravue and if the plot poll blog be 1 one. Pipi on it but the second and third planting coming ont later keep up a Supply of pollen till All the grains Rafert died thus securing a perfectly developed ear with Grain perfectly fertilised. Motee. Cut off every limb that shows the least sign of blight on the Pear Trees or of Blank knot on the Cherry Trees and Burn them. V Cut wonks Are much less troublesome on land which has not been covered with vegetation the preceding fall and care in Elean ing the ground As soon As crops Ean be removed is an am Stan tie in contending with them. The Best treatment for Yonng Orchards is to keep the eur Aoe of the ground Mellow and Olean. If while the Orchard in starting the owner feels that he must use the land for some productive crop it should be some Hoed drop that requires clean cultivation. It pays better to teed a lean or moderately fat animal than one that already has flesh enough to warrant sending to Market. The weight that is added la a in fishing off Quot an animal is often put of at a positive loss. The Only Way in which it pays is by increasing the value of the whole. A Rule for covering Seede is to add a covering four times the thick eee of tha seed. As some seeds Are very Small Only a slight sprinkling of Tbs soil will suffice. If the soil is heavy seeds can not push through if covered too much and the consequence a not Only a loss of Tho seed but also of time and labor. It is an easy matter to grow onion for pickling As they should be of Small Sise. Sow the seed very thickly in the rows and use Tho mild italian varieties such As the Neon. These onions will also grow to Large Eise but for pickling the thick sowing of seed so As to crowd the plants will prevent rapid growth. Get your Beds ready for the Weet potato plants and use Only teed that in free from rot. It is boat to procure seed from some Section where the potato is not affected by rot if possible. There arts several forma of rot one of them being generated in the soil for this reason it is Well to set ont the plants on a new location every year a the difference in the site of eggs does not depend wholly upon the fowl but in greatly inn ended by the Ort of food used. Experiments at Cornell University have shown Llu Queed by the sort of food used. Exper ends at Cornell University bar shown porn and other carbonaceous foods produce Large eggs while wheat and nitrogenous foods produce Small egg and larger numbers of them. These foods must be combined to prod Noe the boat resulta that a Large eggs and Many of them. Do not set Tho hens in Damp locations As it is a mistake to suppose that moist nests an name Alary for setting hens. Such neats May answer for Midsummer but at this season of the year the Best results will by obtained in hat Ohio when Tea Hera have dry warm comfortable nests. When the Chicks Are out do not feed them for Twenty tour Honre at they will require that period of time during which to fully absorb the Yolk which Satura provides As their first food. Can t Analyse it mow. The state Board of health Habana delayed in Ita investigation of the contamination of Tho water a White River by pm a Traw Board works at Nohie Villa fat tha reason that the factory Haa Beau shot Down for several weeks. As soon As Tea factory begins running the Board will Taka samples of water from the River at several Points Between Here and Nobles due and Hare it Analysed. _ Tea first Butterfly. Sheriff Langenberg bos in Hie Home the the first Butterfly of the season. A month ago Deputy sheriff Corbally found a cocoon banging to one of Bis fruit Trace. He plucked it and brought it Down to Tho sheriffs of toe and Laid it away to a warm Corner. Yesterday a Rainbow Butterfly a Large As a dessert dish crawled out of the cocoon and began flapping its wings in the Spring air. Or. Langenberg has caged it. Tallahassee fla., april 19.�?first vote for United states senator to Day Call Flo Bio Bam 37. Seo Oad ballot Call 09 Blox Ham 38. A two thirds Voto is req Iyad. Tip of Hwy Elt a a not Beltona. Lisbon april entire Cabinet a resigned. The King of a announce bit action in the premises Lomarro. Bomb notable Pic Tuuk principal works mow on i apply at Tho Art xxx Tutt. May years age a Yonng English artist j. Q. Brawn earns to new York. To had no reputation and his landscapes sold for wretchedly Low priest when they a eld at All. Brown was d rant ing Large doses of to Dregs of poverty and discouragement when he happened to turn ont a picture of a Street Arab blacking shoes or doing something else. It made a hit. Or. T. W. Higginson of Brooklyn had previously been helping Brown buying his pictures when nobody else would and you amending him to his friends As a artist of Talent. The a Eross of the Street Are picture waa a revelation to Brown himself and to saw that he had at last hit upon his True Lina of work. With Tho cont nned assistance of or. Higginson. The artists work began to attract wide attention and in a few years Hie reputation was established. He k now a old Man but in still Active and Hie pictures Are in great demand. They Ware copied so Ruoh that be has been compelled to copyright them of Lato Yean. One of Hie Piet urea is in the collection at to prop Lynum. It it entitled a the latest a ragged Street Stab sitting on a Box a holding i in the position wore old Brooten in the position in which a guitar k held and while he presses the imaginary strings along the Prooro handle with the fingers of his left hand and picks at those on Tea body of the Broom with his right hand he singe to tha . Thera is an air of careless Contentment and happiness about the picture which u charming. Two notable pictures by Stephan Parrish Are Quot Gloucester Harbor Quot and a a Canadian Village the pictures Are in one Colora blues varied from dark Bine of to water and sky to a Shade in which gloomy Grays Are but slightly tinged with Anre. One of the pictures before which a visitor is certain to pause longer than usual k under a spangled tree b the Side of a Little table site an old. Bowes. And toil worn woman in peasant garb. Her Bible has dropped Between her Kneet while a look of profound abstraction has stolen upon her face. Her unseeing eyes Aik turned upon a child in Ita Little chair at her feet playing with Ltd doll. It is this which has evidently started her thoughts Book Ovar tha Long path of her life. Walter Saterlee in represented by one picture it is entitled Quot Fortune Telline a and Hove a group of mountaineers on the porch of a log Cabin. The old woman is gazing intently into a Coffee cup to note toe forms taken by the floating Dregs and her children gaze anger of Over her shoulder. The rickety old porch with its Puncheon floor gnarled Posta and son warped clipboards and to morning glory vines clambering up the strings stretched for them Are As familiar and faithful to nature a one need care to see. F. Hopkinson Smith s Fine water color entitled Quot a breath of sea air Quot shows the a Battery at the lower end of Manhattan Island with a glimpse of grate and Trees in the Park and groups of people a trolling along the wide smooth wharf breathing a to own a Vav Altai Al the Breeze which comes gratefully in from Seaward. The picture Hoe attracted much favourable comment. The members of the Art Yaeo Olatson viewed the pictures last night and the exhibit was thrown open to the a Niue at 10 of Clook this morning. It will be open each Day until mar s. They swapped babies but did t know it and too Owera their own in lowly. An amusing and Unn Ual incident happened on Pennsylvania Street thie morning. Two ladies came Down town Wheeling babies in their carriages. Tea ladies stopped and went into a Tore leaving Tho two Little Tot in their carriages on the sidewalk in charge of a lady Friend who had just come up. Tho two ladies came oat of Tho store hurriedly talked rapidly and Slid Good Bye in great Baste. Taking bold of the baby carriages they moved away rapidly in opposite directions. When a Square had separated them the discovery Wae made that the wrong Carriage bad Boa wheeled off and each had the others child. The racing Back to make Tea Exchange would not Haye been outdone by an expert bicyclist. A the carriages were exactly Glike the error occurred in the haste the ladies a Zero ised on leaving the store. Complaining of to hoodlums. H. F. For Nasty complaints of hoodlums who throw stones. One of Tho youngsters hit his boy in the face to Day to report hurting hint badly. Tea boy has been a truck before he says and he wife has Alto suffered twice from Etone throwing. Or. Hornaday lives at the Southeast Corner of Lexington and Spruce streets. Indianapolis Gosetti mid j. A. And l. Dynes have sold the Indianapolis Gazette to 8. Mercer of new Hometown 0. Or. Mercer propose a to run the paper on the Independent Republican plan. Messes. Dynes will devote themselves to the building association and real estate business. Dally cite Sfaxi tics. Birth Keturia. De Arinin Charlas and Shita Oliva at Aai by a Tubbee. H. Aad Alice 81 Wood Lawn Avenue girl. Breadheft Henry and Mary City girl. Ulum. John b. And w., 297 bout Dela Street boy. I Rose William and Amy of Bluefo Atelsek a treat Gin. Burt f. And Ora 78 North Alabama Quot death retards. Ano i Kohnen m years. Sooth Meridian Street mitral . A Harry Walsh months to Kentucky Avenue pneumonia. Marvla gof Jikai is we. C. Ela and Sale m. Allinder. Edward a. Reiffel sad la alas Basas. Thos. D. Parker and Agues Bulach. Henry Bone Aad a Lillann Bra utter. Cyras f. Downs and mole ctn Lek. Daniel Wolf and Asna Sehuler. Fm�srt1drtl��sa8j5uom Jasse a Ball Aad Ida May Mccabe beat estate transiere. Joseph d. A Lebertta Charlee g. S. Lle Bert lot 100, Talbott a revised and Dit Aion. �?-------�?44<0 �0 John heard to re coca Lawalt. Lote woo of 0 and 0, Holbrook part East Ball West Hall South West Quarter 80,17,8 Riu Iam Crowl to William l. Bray lot Zol Ogle eat. Bast Park Eddy a a i Tynt syr no h. No Oifer Shannon part West h Quarter 21. It 0 an Ames a. Robinson to Tojo a a pm a. West hair Northeast i a Aeres. Woo 00 James a. Robinson to wh1 h Matthews lot 10, Square 0, Lincoln Park addition Low w Mary a. Rhodes to Joseph Lulu to lot a Rhodees North ill Laola stent addition 000 w Fred a a a a Oriun a. As i red Weber to Katie Ryder lot Al Lockwood a Mcclain s Southeast addition .a-.------------900 to waiter Snow George w out Den lot and the Connecticut Mutual like insurance com pan v to David l. Whittier part East half weat half Southwest Quarter 80, a 8---- David Jon Neon to William d. Jacobs Lota 88 and 84 Johnson s a Poona West ladle a a a is us w conveyances a consideration a Low �0 addition. Greenwood called of judge Woods. And the Call coat Laoko Flem �10 and Costa. C. E. Killom Gad Joseph m. Malla nay of Marlon visited Indianapolis to Day. This k not Bow rear a Case for the a society the gentlemen came to explain to judge William a. Woods of Tho Federal court Why they had been Selling spirituous malt and vinous Riquen without a government License. Quito a noteworthy coincidence was observed in Tho course of their explanations. Kilborn said to had bought a saloons fixtures from Mallany and waa simply carrying on the business for mallan0y-at Tho old stand Tho License being in Mallaney a name. Mallaney said he bad sold his Saloon to Kun born Ana bad bought the equipment of another Many a Saloon and was carrying on that business tor the other Man. Both a Allemen Ware Thos doing bushmen for somebody else but strange to say Wen in their own saloons. Judge Woods listened to their Atoria so patiently that they thought he believed them until he announced that there would be a Fine of to it in addition to costs in each Case. They brought Hiram Brownlee along with them to give counsel and by the time they get All Aee ounts squared this incident will have most them More than a government License for each. The judge assured them that a second appearance before him a Sld mean a heavier punishment and Kilborn very Fer idly remarked that he would never get caught a second time. picture Frame. A bather smooth to Oboku thai i working of Noel fully. A gentleman brought to the news of Flea this morning a contract which had hoc left for a lady to Aiga who expected m get a a aim Orayna portrait free a a As Adeep to kid by a my a Meen bars. Tbs Susat who izad tha Eon tract said that he Hosea would furnish to portrait free upon tha payment of Twenty five cents for to ticket and that Tea clause it it in reference to purchasing a Frame Witk the picture did not mean an thing. Whoa the ticket was preen ted at the store the signer was told that thu a Ras expected u comply with to contract which required that the Frame for the portrait to purchased at their store. These Prevar Cating agents seem to to numerous Aad the people who expect something for a Tong Oan not got it by signing contracts without knowing Wal they Are signing. A when a news reporter called at Osa of these stores to Day and mid has ranted to got a picture tha Young Man to charge told him that tha Goa spas did not toll pictures without the frames. If a tremor was Pun phased prices from $3-50 to $10 a Esa Voa and ladle Ink enlarged picture would to Quot thrown Tho reporter did not invest. Change of Veale n judge Cox to Day granted Mont Mabbutt a change of venae to Tho boons a Monty circuit court. Oris the younger of to Brothers will to triad Bare perhaps next prices baking powder used in millions of homes�?40 years the Standard. A a pure Cream of tartar powder. Superior to every other known. Delicious cake and pastry Light Flaky biscuit griddle cakes palatable and wholesome no other baking powder does such work. Of to Ian Milf if you should travel Oer toe world As far As you could co a better soap to a Santa Claus you d never get to Kotow. Cleopatra Fol Fol in their feasts doubtless had pork product it is not recorded to be sure but then not much is said of what they ate it �9 All about what they drank and How they a carried on afterwards were not equal to the pork products they had k i n gangs though an article of diet from the oldest times the ancients never knew the Sweet juiciness and life giving succulent be that Lay in the meats which everybody May eat by asking his Butcher or grocer for Kingan a and insisting on having it. 1w Youj want a new carpet for your parlor Littig room dining room Library or dumber new laces for window. New door hanging shades matting linoleum or will paper the place for you to make your purchases is at Roll a. It is the leading House and you will find the largest a of Paneras at the very lowest prices. Come and see us. W. H. Roil 30 to 38 South Illinois Lead wifi 1hd Ukkest Vispi t a it. 1 bes

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