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Indianapolis Press (Newspaper) - January 2, 1901, Indianapolis, Indiana The in Diana Poms press wed is essay january 2, 190�z. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a j a i How Tod Sloan became i a a greatest living jockey j the world of sport Sloan s debt to Van Ness Trainer taught him to ride quot like a Monkey on a the two parted company after ride that Van Ness thought had suspicious look. James Todhunter Sloan 1b in san fran Cisco. Frank Van Ness is likewise sojourning in the Golden Gate City. Neither Man is enjoying the greatest degree of Prosperity at present. Their presence in san Francisco at the same time recalls like fact that Van Ness probably had a ii Ore to do with bringing Sloan to the front than any other Noiin. Years ago Van Ness was one of the prominent Drivers of the country. He was contemporary of John Spain John Goldsmith and Bud Doble and among such reins men he held his own. Van Ness drifted to Philadelphia where he fell in with Wiillam m. Siti Gerly proprietor of Tho Philadelphia record. He was induced to let the Drivers go and take up with the thoroughbreds. Van Ness got his first sight of Sloan in Chicago. At Liat time Tod knew no More about the business than had been taught him by his brother Citso and Only occasionally did a mount come his Way. As regards Wilfulness Tod had As great a reputation then As he has now. Van Ness liked the looks of Sloan and though he lost sight of him. He continued to keep a Tab Oil his record. portly after this Van Ness wont to it Alifornia and Sloan set out with his brother to do some quot Bush quot Riding through the Southwest. Finally Van Ness sent for Tod to come to California. Tod lost no time in complying. Then it was that a an Ness began teaching Sloan the trick of Riding quot like a Monkey on a stick quot the style that has made Sloan famous the world Over and that has brought him All of his Success. Van Ness spent Many hours it is said. In teaching Sloan How to stick to a horse with his Knees. Van Ness used to Post himself at different Points around the course and whenever be saw Sloan falling Back to his slouching Atti Nide he would throw clods at him. Sloan claimed that the position was killing Liim that it made his arms and legs ache and that he was in danger of falling from his mounts. But Van Ness kept him at it. A last Sloan conquered the Van Ness st vie and from that time his successes became steadily More numerous. As is so frequently the Case however Sloan Jemal Ned a with Van Ness but a Short time after he began gaining prominence. He left Van Ness under suspicious circumstances. Sloan was Riding one of Van Ness horses one time and the animal was More heavily backed by his owner thai was usually the Case. The horse was disgracefully beaten. Sloan contended that the horse lost because he did not have the Speed but a an Ness contended that something was wrong. To sustain his position Van Ness had the horse entered in a race of the same Tess the next Day and the animal was an it Sash Winner. Theu her sure that Sloan had not tried and Tolfe two parted company. Western Polo -4ague. Still another attempt is being made to form a Western poll league. Muncie 3nd., sends out the report this time that j an organization has been effected known As the Western Eller skate Polo league. The president is to. Richardson of Chicago. F. A. Taylor Janesville. Wis., is vice president r c. Vav. , Richmond treasurer a id George m. Bates Racine. Wis., is Secretary. A schedule will be arranged of a meeting to be held in Cincinnati january 12. Racine Janesville cal Cago Muncie Richmond Cincinnati Marlon and Dayton will form the league s circuit. Chauncey Fisher it is said will be placed in charge of the Chicago team. The get of online. Goshen ind., Jan. 2.�?the famous i Esh Stock farm of this City the Home of online 2 04will have Twenty candidates All of online s get the being four years old to enter the 1901 lists. Six of online s 1900 list Are in the 2 20 class or better. Next year s candidates include Cobbett 4 b. S., record 2 11 Onoto so. Of. 2 163 a miss Catherine 4. B. F. Goldmine 3 and several unnamed but promising Colts. Yesterday s race winners. At new Orleans uhlers w. J. De Boe Violet Parsons Choice Belle of Orleans bean. At san Francisco Astor the Pride Colden cottage Advance guard Headwater opponent. And break circuits. In the Vicinity of Flatrock special correspondence to the press Flatrock ihd., Jan. 2.�?two and one half Miles West of Flatrock on the Flatrock Pike. Is the farm belonging to r. E. Jones. It is devoted to the Breeding of scotch collies fancy poultry and belgian hares. His thoroughbred dogs have pedigrees that can be traced to the Stock of England. The Best dog is sting Bob Chester Brock a. K. C., 5s,323. He is a promising eight months old Puppy which took the first Pri in in the recent fanciers Eli bit in Tomlinson Hall. Indianapolis. Jones keeps a number of dogs for Breeding . The animals Are kept in 1 constant training on Hie Bunch of cattle on the place. It is a Good Hunting country round about the old town of Flatrock. Quails rabbits squirrels quot Coons opossums and foxes Are found in Good numbers. During the season recently closed the Shoom men made Good use of b Whites with their Bird dogs and rabbits with their hounds. Frank Bruce of Edinburg has a Good pack of six beagles just brought from Kentucky. He uses them for Rabbit shooting and at night for Coon and Possum Hunting. Many Fox hounds of the Kentucky Type Ara kept by the Farmers in this Region. They Are worked at night in packs for foxes and Many Long runs they make sometimes lasting for hours. The Farmers usually Hunt on foot and station themselves near places they think the Fox will Cross. Sometimes however they follow the hounds mounted. Some magnificent horse Are to be found in the Vicinity. The largest of these is the Terrel Newson place nine Miles Southwest of town on the Flat Rock Pike. Its area is 1,000 acres of Blue grass Clover Grain Fields and Timber. Magnificent barns Are Mantal Ned. This Breeding farm s devoted to the production of Light harness horses both Trotters and Papeera. Fifty Good Brood mares and two stallions Are kept. A Large number of Colts Are raised and disposed of yearly. The animals arc kept in the rough and with the exception of breaking and jogging on the Road Are not worked. One half mile nearer town on the same Road. Is tia election Eer Breeding farm. It is the property of a. B. Reeves who Breeds and works Light harness Trotters exclusively. Four Good barns Are on the place. The Bottom lands along Flat Rock Creek afford Good Blue grass pasture an d Woods a half mile track is maintained on which the string of racers youngsters and boarders Are worked. One of the quot Good ones quot a promising yearling Hal dirt a. Has been entered in the 1902 Matron stakes at Terre haute. This farm al on Akes a specially of English Pointer dogs of which it keeps Twenty for Breeding. The puppies Are developed into Good shooting animals. At first they Are worked on quails in the Vicinity and they Are then sent to a handler in Bucknell who finishes them. The Well known Rush away Dick whose dam was the famous Field trial Winner Queen of Ossian. Belongs to this Kennel. Ball a flyers get Good m there is talk however reducing salaries. Few High salaried stars now average is better than a decade ago. Of but meridians Captain. H. G. Petersen a Good Bowler considering his experience h. T. Petersen Captain of the meridians in the South Side Bowling i eague and one of the Best known bowlers in that league has been Bowling Only a Little Oer a a Emir. Or. I Etersen tells of the troubles he had in learning How to hold the Ball being compel red through an Accident to place his nil die Finger in the thumb Hole and his thumb in the Small Hole in Tho Ball. He bowled steadily two and the nights a week before being Able to it his h. G. Petersen organizer of the Meridian club of the South Side Itcague. First Century. To organized a private club known As Tho aieridian.=. After a Short practice Tho club applied for admittance into the ten pin league and was . Intr Petersen was elected Captain. He participated in seventy five games during the season of Issod Idoo and ranked among the first Twenty bowlers in the ten pint eague. Or. I Etersen s highest score was made on Allee no. Marion club january 1, 1900, and was 236. For this score he received a prize of a dozen Carbonette photog Rajih. The South Side league organized earl3 this season and Ilio Meridian team was admin Ioil. Or. Pm Tersen has kept up his reputation As a Good Bowler made in the ten pin league and stands fourth in the list in Tho South Side league. Sports in general. Quot kid quot Amoore of Tiffin o., and Denny Gallagher of Cleveland frught a Twenty Lound draw in Tfirn last night. Harry in Paris one of the Best of Chicago s Feather weights has sailed for England in Tho hone of getting on some g of a itches there. inbox has begun a War on the Jeffries Ruhsin fight. The Saenger fest Hall the indebtedness on Wlinich it is hoped to off from the receipts of the fight was built by non Union labor and uie Cincinnati unions have been after the Saenger fest Hail association Ever since the erection of the building. Walter l. Stannard of Spring Leld mass., Rode 3.s,ss9 Miles on a bicycle last year an average of log Miles a Dav. In 1�.s he Rode 24,000 Miles and in s99 he covered 27,000 Miles. Quot kid quot Parker the Denver lightweight has followed the example of Robert flt Simmons and is almost a Dally contributor to a Denver paper. He airs his views of matters pugilistic. Henrj s. Red mild of the new York yacht club has bought the famous yacht Alisa from its English owners. The Ailsa is a Fife boat and a few years ago raced against the Prince of Wales Britannia. The chances for a fight Between Benny Yanger the quot Tipton Slasher quot and Terry Mcgovern Are off. Lou Houseman who is Mcgovern s Chicago manager refused to accept the Check that Hertz Yanger s manager posted As a forfeit and Trio Deal was called off. Tom Couhig of Dunkirk. N. A. Was Given Tho decision Over quot kid quot Mcpartland at the end of Twenty rounds of lighting in Erie pa., last night. Mcpartland was on the defensive nearly All of the time. The men were in Good shape and weighed in at 128 Pound. Tho new York press club and sir Thomas Lipton exchanged new year s greetings yesterday. The club s Cable read quot we Toast you today. We wish you every Success that will not bring us Lipton replied quot your sorrows will be smoothed by Many trips to the old country. The cup is bound to go this to me As the Best of friends must the Yale basketball team is finding rough sledding in the West. After two close defeats at the hands of the fond do Lac players the collegians tried conclusions with the Ravenswood y. I c a. Team in Chicago last night and were Defeated by a score of 23 to 1-1. Yale committed thirty fouls during the evening and lost the game on this account. Yale claims the umpiring was unjust. The expected has happened. Quot kid quot Mccoy has formal Challenge to the Winner of the Jeff les Ruhlon fight yesterday Mccoy placed with Tnomas f. Cincinnati lawyer a certified Check for 45,000, to serve As a forfeit either for a fight with the Winner of the Jef fees Ruhlin fight or As a guarantee of his readiness to take the place of either of these men in the fight set for Cincin Natl february 15, in Case something should incapacitate either. Paul Lisburg n. A has Hung up Tho no More fights quot sign. Frank Welsh and Paddy Donovan Bantam weights engaged in a hard Mill in Hlll Lisburg last night. In the ninth round Donovan gave Welsh a hard Wallop in the stomach and followed it with a Savage blow on the neck. Welsh went Down and out and he has remained unconscious since. Doctors say that he is threatened with Naral Yais of the brain. When advised of the Accident. Mayor Bowers issued an edict against fights. Bobby wait hour finished first again last night in the six Days bicycle race that is on in Boston. It was a Hurricane Day s Riding and the seven leaders Wal Thour Kaser Mceachern Stynson Mclean Downey and fishery have 390 Miles and six laps to their credit for the Twenty hours Riding. Go Goltz the famous French rider had to quit yesterday. He still suffers from the Madison Square grind. Ryser about ruler and Fredericks Alpo had to quit yesterday. Mceachern Mclean Babcock and Fredericks were the victims of a spill. Mceachern was badly injured but kept Riding. There has been a great Deal of talk of late about an alleged attempt on the part of the National league magnates to reduce the salaries of the players. The players have understood that such an attempt is to be made though All the magnates deny any knowledge of it and they Are hinting at what they will do in the event a Cut is ordered. A mistaken impression prevails regarding the salaries of National league Ball players. By reason of the fact that there Ara no More salaries paid of such size As Kelly Clarkson Ewing Brothers and other stars of a decade ago received it is supposed by Many that players Are not As Well paid As formerly. These men and others of their time Drew salaries ranging from �z4,000 to ?5,000. The limit now is $2,400, though there Are numerous cases of the limit being raised a Little. While the stars May to More poorly paid than was the Case ten years ago the rank and file of players is better paid and the average is u doubted by higher now than at any previous time in baseball. W. W. Kerr one of the principal stockholders of the Pittsburg club has this to say of the subject quot i know the Pittsburg club paid out More in salaries last year than it Ever did before and i am convinced that the same thing is True of the seven other clubs in the National it is said the st i oils club s Roll last season was close to $35.000. It is doubtful if such a figure As this was Ever reached by the clubs in the old Days of Over paid stars and under paid youngsters. The club owners of the present seem to go on the theory that it is better to have a dozen Well paid players with a half dozen others drawing Good living salaries than for two or three to receive handsome salaries and Tho rest to have to skimp along. Or. Keir also said that the quot evil quot of farming to which the players object so strongly results in More Money being paid the players than would be the Case otherwise. He said that the fact that a Man is a Farmed player usually establishes him As a limit Man in the minor league to which to is assigned. Frequently too Farmed players not Only receive the limit of the league to which they Are assigned but Are also paid an additional salary by the clubs that Farmed s vital statistics. Births. Otto and Minnie Kopp. 318 e. Louisiana Street boy. Omer and Elsie Ransdell 1115 Polk Street girl. Thomas and Matilda Hollet 809 Fayette Street girl. John r. And Carrie Yates 401 East Washington Street girl. J. Ray and addle j. Davis 1617 Ashland Avenue girl. J. T. And airs. Barth. Thirty first Street and Central Avenue girl. Charles and mrs. Kauffman 1810 Shelby Street girl. James b. And Adele Greegor 1906 Belle Fontaine Street girl. Charles m. And Flora Cole 1106 Belmont Avenue girl. Ernest and Laura m. Reyer 1607 North Alabama Street girl. Frank e. And Clara Dickie 1016 Windsor Street Bov. Henry w. And May Jones 365 West twelfth Street boy. Jacquelyn s. And Florence Holliday 1417 North Delaware Street girl. Samuel h. And Edith Cobb 512 quot West Morris Street boy. Robert f. And Anna Donohue 1308 de loss Street boy. Deaths. George g. Darrow Twenty three years 220 East Merrill Street tuberculosis. Jerome g. Whitcomb seventy Oliree years cite pleural pneumonia. Fred w. Bradbury thirty years City Hospital pneumonia. Thomas Robinson seventy four years. Poor farm dropsy. Pearl Humphreys three months. Board of children s guardians i Anition. James Sheehan. Sixty three years. South West Street paralysis. Nora o Nell fifty two years 817 Melkel Street paralysis. Xavier Scheurer seventy two years. Little Sisters of poor senility. Horace Rollins two years. 1806 North Capitol Avenue Atelectasis marriage licenses. Edwin t. Walker and Eva m. Lunsford. Robert e. Guild and Anna m. Luede Man. William a. Ennis and Mary Fouts. Lennon famished a Surprise. Chicago Jan. 2.�?the baseball situation received another Jolt yesterday when George Lennon of st. Paul who claims to control the st. Paul situation asserted to president Hart of the Chicago National league club that Sauls Paugh who has ailed for the Western association franchise in Minneapolis is Lennon said he would stand by Hickey s Western league through thick and thin. And predicted that the circuit of the Western association will never be completed. Lennon came to town to consult Hart. It was supposed he was in on the association Deal. Baseball notes. Prank Chance the injured Chicago Catcher played in a baseball game last saturday. The Western Asko Catlon meeting that was scheduled for Chicago today has been indefinitely postponed. Andrew Freedman president of the now York club denies emphatically that he made any overtures to Mcgraw or Mcgraw to him to become the manager of the now York team. In speaking of the possibility of losing Mcgraw. President ban Johnson of tie american league said quot even should Mcgraw withdraw from the american league at this stage of the game we would not allow the loss of one Man to interfere with our the National s now Rule limiting the number of players to sixteen has been sent to the club owners. The new Rule orders general release of All players Over the number sixteen on May 13, thus allowing Tho clubs almost a month in which to simmer Down their lists and pick Tho most valuable men. On May 15, june 15, july 15, August 15 and september 15 every club must file a statement As to its men and any club making a false statement will be fined $1,000, should any club carry More than sixteen players. It will be fined $5ix for every game in which it participated while carrying More than the Legal number. Clubs kept open House. The leading political clubs celebrated new year s Day by keeping quot open House quot yesterday afternoon and last night. The receiving hours at the Columbia club were from 8 p. Until 10 p. M., and there was a constant Stream of visitors who were enthusiastic in their expressions of admiration for the new club House. Hart s orchestra furnished music. Many old soldiers gathered at the P Morton club where music was dispensed during the Day and evening. Luncheon was served continuously in the dining room. The rooms of the Marlon club were decorated with evergreens and flags. Klaus Man s orchestra rendered appropriate music. Guests were served with cigars and red carnations. The cozy rooms of the Gray club were thronged with visitors during the Day and a pleasant feature of the new year s Observance was an Exchange of greetings and Good wishes Between the Gray and Marlon clubs through committees appointed for that purpose. A Good year for Coal miners. Secretary treasurer Wilson of the United mine workers Union was Able to estimate closely today what his report to the National convention in this City january 21, will be. The report will show a total membership up to january 1 of 18 Aci an increase Over the membership at the time of the last National convention in this City january 15, 1900, of p8,-331 or 212 per cent. The increase in the local unions in the year is 520, bringing the locals up to 1,713. The chief increase in the membership of course. Is in the Anthracite District. Or. Wilson says the increase in the sum to the credit of the organization in Bank will be at least 350 per cent., and will show a total of 5130,000. Vioney awaits worthy poor. A committee appointed by the Mystic shrine on Friday evening to distribute $500 among the poor of the City is anxious to learn of cases of destitution. Tho Money will be used chiefly to buy clothing and , and before these Are Given away applicants will to examined by the committee which is As follows August m. Kuhn chairman James w. Lilly Samuel d. Sweet John j. Appel Louis h. , Theodore in. Randall John f. Wild and j. W. the feminine Eye tonight s Bowling games a South Side Stone Palace is. German Las Phenix alleys. Meridians is. Apollos Stone Palace alleys. Night owls is. Salvatore Germania court record. Minutes of Tho courts from noon dec. 31, to noon Jan. 2. Superior court. A Boom 1�?John let. Mcmaster 59,6. Albert Vann is. Mahlon Woody and Indianapolis cold storage company. Damages. On trial by jury. Criminal court. A Fremont Alford state is. Thomas and Edward Perry. Forgery. Defendants file motion to quash. Motion overruled. State is. James Hull assault and Battery. Defendant arraigned and pleads not guilty. On trial by jury. State is. John Banks. Attempting to bribe election officer. Defendant flies motion to quash. Argument to be heard later. State is. John Dennis. Petit larceny. Defendant pleads guilty. Aged fifteen. Sentenced to Reform school for boys. New suits filed. T l,572. William Hammons is. Mack Adams it al. Appeal. Room 2. 1 1,573. Bowen Roberts is. Annie Roberts. Divorce. Room 3. 61.574. Arthur g. Fosdyke is. Sarah f. Carriger. To quiet title. Room 1. 61.575. George Kothe it al. Is. Frank onion it al. Damages and breach of contract. Room 2. 61.576. Central steel cot is. Indiana steel co. It al. To cancel Sale of Stock and for injunction. Room 8. 61.577. Bill Wullbrandt surgical manufacturing co. Is. Marshall h. Bresett it al. For Possession. Demand $1,000. Room l 10,737. Cyrus l. Hockett is. Joseph Schoen. Damages. Demand $3,000. Circuit court. We Bof amp ills 10,738. Mary Dowell is. Elmer e. Dow Ell. Divorce. Circuit court. Minutes of higher courts supreme court. 1s,776. Hugh Lowe it al. Is. Board of commissioners. White county it al. White c. Joint request to waive Oral argument. 19,156. Charles o Crowley is. John Owen it al. Madison s. Capi it a Llanos reply Brief. 19,399 Powhattan Dodd is. Oscar Dodd. Tipton c. Motion to substitute Laura j. Ressler As party Appellant. Notice. 19,429. Homo savings association is. Noblesville monthly amp meeting of friends Church. Hamilton c. Appellee s Brief s. 19,135. Marshall p. Hollingsworth administrator. Is. A. 1. Amp l. Railway company. Clark c. Appellee s Brief. 19,440. Lorenzo d. Jackson it al. Is. Eva m. Sayler. Lake c. Additional copies appellants Brief. New supreme court cases. 19,.542. Alice Green is. State of Indiana. Henry c. Record. Assignment of errors. Notice served below. Submitted under Rule 19. Appellate court. 3211. James h. Haggard is. State of Indiana. Tippecanoe c. Appellant s additional Brief. 3243. Ella Kern is. Mattle Lawe Croft. . Joseph c. Appellant s petition and Brief 9 for rehearing. 3351. Heintz is. Paul h. Mueller. Porter s. Appellant s application and Brief for certiorari. Notice served. 3403. Hammond. Whiting amp East. Chicago electric railway company is. Teofil m. Zitz. Porter s. Additional Brief for Appellant 4. Appellant s reply Brief 5. 3504. C., i. Amp la. Railway company is. Martha m. Reed. Carroll c. Appellee s Brief 8. 3537. Lemuel Heller is. Michael Dalley it al. Wells c. Appellee s Brief 8. 3588. James Mann it al. Is. Incorporated town of Rochester. Cass c. Appellee s Brief 8. Real estate sales. George h. Cooper and wife to Lewis c. Pickle and wife part of the Northeast Quarter of Section 27, township 17. Range 6 East. $4,000 00 tbs Mccormick harvesting machine company to Henry c. Long the South half of lot 6, and the South 52 feet of the West 40 feet of lot 5, Square 7750,000 00 Laura b. To Vang and husband to Harry m. Fitch and wife lot 219, a. Offlee al s East Park add. 2,000 00 Edward c. Hatfield and wife to Anna b. Collins lots 17 and 18, Long amp Hai Lan s cottage Home add also lot 3, Bradley it al s East Washington Street add. Jul 00 Anna b. Collins to Edward b. Hatfield and wife lots 17 and 18, Long amp Harlan s cottage Homo add also lot 3, Bradley it al s East Washington Street add. 10 00 Albert e. Metzger and wife to Carl h. Sleber lot 87 and parts of lot 86 and 88, Ovid Butler s Extension of North add to College Corner. 1 00 Carl h. Sleber and wife to Frances Metzger lot 87, and parts of lots 86 and 88, Ovid Butler s Extension of North add to College Comer. 1 00 Perry g. Porter and wife to Anna Porter lot 15, Block 10, William s. Hubbard s Park hights add. 1,000 00 Ella h. Means and husband to Carrie m. Hunt lot 296, Spann amp co s second quot a Woodlawn add. 1,800 00 Clemens Vonnegut sr., and wife to Benjamin Harrison part of lot 11, Square 5920,000 00 Indianapolis land and improvement company to Milledge a. Baker lot 4, first Section West Park . Too 00 Alexander c. Smith and wife to Malinda Smith part of Block 1, b. K. Smith s heirs sub of the West half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 81. Township 16, Range 3 East. 85 00 j. Carey Smith and wife to Malinda Smith part of Block 2, b. K. Smith s heirs sub of Tho West half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 31, township 16. Range 3 East. 200 00 Max Gundolf Longcr and wife to Minnie r. Smith part of lot 42, Highland place add. 2,000 00 the Home savings association to Frank a. Preston lot 26, Block 13, North Indianapolis. 650 00 William w. Dye and wife to Albert Mckechnie part of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 13, township 16, Range 8 East containing 16 2-3 acres. 14,500 00 Laura a. Engledow and husband to Marlon Cline the East half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, township 17, North of Range 3 East also part of the West half of said Southwest Quarter township and Range. Of 33 Mary c. Cline it al. To Marlon Cline the East half of the Southwest Quarter of Section 27, township 17, North of Range 3 East also part of the West half of Bald Southwest Quarter township and num. 1,000 00 Charles f. Robbins and wife to George j. Conrad lot 18, Charles f. Rob bins n. India Casolla add. 260 00 Rollin h. Mccrea to Anton j. Van dense lot 80, Square 2, s. A. Fletcher or a Northeast add. Too 00 Frank m. Fauvre it al. To Anton j. Van dense i Art of lot 38, Alvord s sub of e. T. And s. K. Fletcher s add. 4,000 00 Joseph i it. Coppersmith and wife to Elmer Wilson 65 acres off the West Side of the South half of the Southwest Quarter Section 15, township 17, North of Range 5 East. 8,176 00 James d. Marls and wife to a. A. Young and George c. Pratt lot 123, it Ouglas Park add. 1,830 00 transfers 23 total consideration.$106,996 33 building permit. Jacob Koehler Zul Napoleon Street addition j75. A corp rated. The following companies have been incorporated the National improved trolley Harp company of Indianapolis capital $5,000 directors Maurice Donnelly m. J. Man Nix j. W. Brooks Peter Kretzer and Charles Fleming. The Cleths paper Mill company of Marlon capital $40,000 directors H. Cleths ill b. Mcfeely and e. G. Gereke. Tho Farmers state Bank of Lebanon capital $30,000 directors j. Martin j. P. Staley and w. J. Hooton. The Longwell Cummings company of Logansport capital $19,000 directory c. B. Longwell w. G. Cummings and t. D. Goodwin. The mexican american tobacco company of Bristol capital $,000 directors Eugene Atkins Azla at kegs and Marlon Stover. / the Bristol milling company of Bristol capital $25,000 directors Sugene Atkins Albert stamp and Marlon Stover. The Pleasantville Canning company capital $7,000 Headquarters a Enlon City factory Pleasantville Directors s. Curtis h. W. Geiger and t. H. Henry. The by a paint company of Evans Volle capital $100,000 directors r. P. Moore j. T. Graham and j. G. Legrange. The Hutchison lock and manufacturing company of Bourbon capital. $10,000 directors r. H. Hutchison Edgar Hays Lett and a p. Probert. The Hammond Trilb Umic press capital 110,000 directors j. Woodman a. B. Eads and Dot g. Burliuk new Bolero of Broad Tail has a draped Belt of Black panne and it is trimmed As if it were cloth with stitched bands of panne. A Broad round Yoke finished with a stitched band of the panne gives breadth to the shoulders and the Belt seems to diminish the size of the Waist. Suede leather embroidered in steel is one of the latest embellishments for fur and is seen on a baby Lamb Bolero edging it All around and also forming the Waistcoat and revers. The entire costumes of fur Are certainly very handsome. A suit of Black Broad Tail has a skirt trimmed with a Leaf pattern done in car Cule and silk the fur being the More prominent of these fabrics. The bodice is quite Plain to be worn with a car Cule jacket. For entire fur costumes the Brel Schwanz which is a variety of baby Lamb lends itself easily to decoration. A recently imported Model of this fur has a Bolero and skirt covered with incr stations of heavy Black silk lace and Jet. Velvet or fur waistcoats buttoned to the Throat to be worn with Stock or Small chem settes Are smart trifles now being made by the tailors. For example one of Brown Astrakhan is worn with a Brown cloth suit. A Novelty in furs is coloured Astrakhan Brown being the most popular. An established feature of the season s modes is the wide lace Collar in various widths. It is used As the finish for decollete necks falling Low Over the shoulders in the old time manner. Some of the lace collars cover the shoulders entirely and Are supplied with a neck band of some other material. Again pretty effects Are found in the Van Dyke lace Collar narrow enough to form a finish below a Glumpe. Many of these collars Are lined with coloured Mouss Ellne de sole. Velvet gowns Are More in evidence each week. Fancy velvet acid pin head checks in shades of the same color and stamped on a solid color Are perhaps the latest but the Plain velvets Are More elegant and vastly More becoming. Amusements. Park i Tox Lerlita quot the Etc Teota headed by Ezra Kendall and including Frederick fallen and Mollie Fuller Grant amp Grant. Joseph Adelmann. Lepage Sisters. Prices�?10c, 20c, soc. Fisher amp Carroll. Wartenberg by tigers. Caron amp Herbert. Dally matinees. Everybody goes to Tho Park. To the Park s regard this As the Greatt vaudeville com Wiy Travelis. Dick50n amp Talbott. Grand Fashio Laue Vaide Tille Lockhart s elephants Eddie Girard and Jessie Gardner Warren and Blanchard a Quality girl or. An a mrs. Harry Jackson Billy links John a. West Keno it a rom a daily and 250.�?nlsh prices 10, 25 and 50 cents. Next week the grf at Lafayette and Star acts. This afternoon and tonight. and company present la the delightful comedy drama Sarah Cowell Lemoyne next quot a Young Limo seats now on sal.-. Park 2 p. 8 p. Great new year s attract Loa Lacota j. Carter s biggest hit prices 10c, 20c, 30o. Everybody goes to the Park. Tomorrow the great Scribner show headed by Ezra Kendall. An<1 Hallen and Fuller. Caron and Herbert. Grant and Grant Joseph Adelman. Fisher and Carroll 1.a Page Sisters and Wartemberg Brothers. To the Park patrons we regard this As the Best vaudeville company trav it a nor. Dlf Knox amp Talcott. I for Only four Days More. Esau the Chimpanzee extraordinary of prof Kike s _ dog and Monk a i uts . The Snake enchantress and her Den of poisonous Rei till i run is . The. I iii Ico inn or Cora the boxing horse quot Lorenzo quot and the unt Amable Sultana la Lelie Stelca the i Lions Doe. The baby elephant a punch and Judy for the Little folks free s nth elephant camels ponies and haunting cars. Twelve hours of continuous a lor Formani a. It 15 from 11 a. To 11 p. Special Dally balloon a pension at 1 p. A imi.-isfon�?aiult.�. 25c children Loc. Frank c. Bostock. Quot the animal Kins quot director iii Vernl. Wabash and okla Wall. One week comma Ciao monday. Dec. 31. Matinee daily. Every night. Miss new Yorkjr. Prices of admission�?10c. Loc. 23c, 50c. Is ext week Hurt or amp seamen s social maids. This Coupon and 10 cents secures lady reserved seat to any mat lne except monday and new year s Day for miss new Yorkjr. Vew goods for the new year we open the twentieth Century with these Choice products of our ovens. Thomas orchestra. English s opera House thursday evening january 3. Prices�?s1.50, $1.00, toe 50c and 2�c. Seats now on Sale at Box of face. At Carters. Hair brushes for 25c. Cloth brushes for 25c. Soap at 10c per Box of 3 cakes. Anti Chap for chapped hands face and lips 10c and 25c per bottle. Witch Hazel Jelly 25c. Beef Iron and wine soc per pint. Best Witch Hazel 25c per pint. Emulsion cod liver Oil 75c per pint. Porous plasters 15c two for 25c. Best kidney plasters. 25c. Absorbent Cotton 30c per la. Fever thermometers $1.00 to $2.50. Hypodermic syringes $1.00 to $2.50. Effer vesting Vichy salts $1.00 per la. Effer vesting phosphate soda $1.00 per la. Effer vesting Kissenger salts $1.25 per la. Olivolo soap 10c per cake $1.10 per Doz. Frank Tcarter the two quot Gibraltar quot 15 w. Washin tvo st so uth Side Aid s. W. Car. . Clair st. And Maui at. V a Ictor �?.4 cake of blended Raspberry Jam and Marsh Mallow iced. Che fruit a a delightful combination of nuts and currants. Caramel cake a a Choice Honey cake with a Caramel icing. Ask your grocer for these goods. Also York Butters and Domestic bread. Wumbin. Steam and hot water heating. Nickel Copper and brass plating. Oxidizing. Chandeliers re finished. Est pilates furnished. Gotthelt Best. Thai s s sanitary Woolen underwear it promotes health and saves doctor sole agent for Indianapolis 44 e. Washington Street us meter used by to Mhz Equi to or. Ami s a fms tar Hom r. It8�otm��lek Aad per name Neaf a Gate m Mil m Coagh ii a Couff Sfa Mateak by j. Dunn. 632. »5 n. Flenois st. Catholic bibles 98c father finn s books. 75c. Father Ryan s poems $1.25. The Parrot Taggart bakery. Schools colleges a music and More Are wanted to All the urgent demand for those trained Here. Call or Wolta for particulars. Indianapolis is chess universe t our Trade Mark. Beware of imitators. N. Penn. ., cup. P. O. E. J. Heeb. Pres. B Vories s Irb business College moms �254. Mono Amaat Plasic save time and Money by our copyright eci methods. They Carnot be had elsewhere. The voice refi Emest of is 1� lib in c i r Aid the Art of a i it i 2� Arthur p. . Studio 27 West Sixte Matji strut. Indiana dental College department of dentistry. University of Indianapolis s. W. Comer Delaware and Ohio streets. Receives patients from s a m. To 5 i it. A. For All kinds of dental work. The fees Are to cover the Cost Only. Kriko jsrois., opposite grand hotel. Catholic Book Storey 112 s. Illinois st., Indianapolis. Ind. Catalogues. Publications. Mercantile printing. Wood Weaver . Phone 1437. 222 n. Delaware 5t. Sufferers Cam by cured by vital magnetism writ or Lafen mlle u a. B. Melville pres. Depth i2nn.pcauyltu�oasu incl Kapous a lib Elsm a a eyes tested we make the testing of etes a specially. We Only recommend glasses where they Are actually needed. We guarantee satisfaction in All our work. Our prices Are reasonable and services first class. We kindly ask for a share of your patronage. Paul e. Hulsman optic wait 13 n. Meridian st. Ritual . Kuril. Old Aad new phone Sii. 19 n. Peso. . Accordion plaiting mrs. A Fase. Room 7. Odd Fellows bid Oor. Penn. And Wash. Ats. Tel 2347. Scalp and skin for a by maae Ace. Cure guaranteed. Consultation in rated. Mrs. B. O. Fairbanks special lit 405 sevens of bul Loloff. Join the Syndicate buying the beat Ifill Ann Strong Park addition. Shares 200 each. Payable $10 a month. Every share secures a lot. For prospectus of further information address Armstrong Park land co. 1 Ingalls Block. Tel. 604. Only Cut Price drug store Pearson full 5et of Teetly 43.00= Union painless dentists of Orsor Market i Cutak a. A it Mann my nti

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