The Indianapolis News from Indianapolis, Indiana on September 26, 1905 · Page 7
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THE INDIANAPOLIS NEWS, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1905. CHRISTIANS RESENT AH ATHEISTS SEIITIMEHT CHORUS OF SPECTATORS - WHAT IS HE GOING TO SAY ABOUT US?" - " - " . (Cfclcsgo Trlbone.l . cccccccacc WN. - WW WWWW W .WW - - w - o o o o o o u riTABllHff) Members Merchants Association THE NEV YORK STG2 Art r - L'.i. i;:k C!r i 9 13 II ARtCOBD OF I jrTY - T"9 YfAtS AS INDIAVCS CStATUT iTc't Fcm ory noons co, a si W r - . ..... : . - - I Absolutely Pure I - A Cream of Tartar Powder , frcofrom alumorphos phatlc acid Kindergarten Party. The kindergarten students of the William N. Jurnon Memorial Institute will give a party to - morrow night at" the In - t'tute bulkling. it Alabama and Twn(y - thlrd streets. n Party will be - for the benefit of the work and bo open to the X rjbiic. 'iheie will be a reception, re - frhmnu for sale and automobile rides. lnth. the lawn end the building will be u - ed for the entertainment. Consumer' Co. Furnishes Ice Free. The Consumers' Ice Company has given Its share to The News Fresh Air Funds by furnishing - Ice free of charge to typhoid fever cases, for which aid was asked by the Flower ' Mission . Society. The News thanks the Consumers' Ice Company for Its help. more than the entire stock of manv furniture stores. Wc mention it because it means that neither you nor any other buyer need take just anything you can find, but, on the contrary, j - ou can always secure here precisely the combination of size, shape, finish nud price that you are looking for. ; ' : , " Fncy Chairs one of a Kind, ana we nan probaoir For reception halls, bedrooms and a score of other placea In the home. Just (Ue thing to use with & writing desk. An extended description la impossible, but each one. la a beauty and .should be seen. They will not outlast the week. , ', . : ' " Reception Chair 2069, mahogany finish, cane seat, regular $2.50 ; value . ' PaTB Bedroom Chair 2073, mahogany finish, flag seat, regularly 15.50, ; - ' . special .f 4 JI0 . Desk Chair 132S, light and very graceful, mahogany finlshj cane " seat, small spindles In back, 12.60....... f 1.50: Desk Chair 2070, shaped wood seat; mahogany finish, polished, IG.OO value ' ,f4.2fS Reception Chair 2051, mahogany, colonial pattern, cane seat. 13.50 Talue fB.ftO Reception Chair 2078, mahogany, flag seat, $6.50 value........... fS.OO Desk Chair 2074, mahogany finish, cane seat, French legs, $2.75 value, special 1.5 Eedroom Chair 2090, mahogany finish, cane seat, a very dainty and attractire chair, $2.50 value f 1.C5 Desk Chair 1593, strong and well made, polished golden oak. cane seat, French legs, $2.50 value......... .ft. SO Hall or Reception Chair 2040, a colonial pattern. In polished quartered oak, cane seat, $7.50 value..,. ; .:f3.S0 Dek Chair 2044, polished quartered oak. cane seat, high back, $2.75 value . fl.T5 Drettinj Table Chair 2062, blrdseye maple, flag seat, low back. was $ G.00 f S.OO Desk Chair 2043, maple, cane seat, $2.50. ....................... .1.50 Sewing Rocker 2081, maple, flag seat, $7.00. ................... .f 3.00 Sewing Rocker 2060, maple, cane seat, $6.00 ................... .f3.00 ; in - ; Hall ftacks Or "Trees' re lTln om very attrac - rc.i 4asr5 vr rees tive values in combined Hall Seats and GlaRses. They are in weathered and golden oak, beautifully finished. They are provided with mirror, coat and hat hooks, an umbrella rack with drip pan. and a seat with a receptacle below for overshoes and such. Some prices - ' ' $14.50, $17.50, $18.00, $22.00, $25.00 and upward. Other Hall Trees at 1.2 and upward. ; )vcpcrij gossip IV ;;irt:nent: they will interest you. too: nu"d Swits Curtalr.s, 2H yarda in length and 40 Inches wide; plain r. at cTects, for the bedroom. To - morrow, a pair. ................ .OOc f 1 r.rt. - , - Flain'and colored, beautiful new, patternr, suitable for - i C. ... i C library, den and dining - room New rxclu. - lve designs at .50c to fl.25 a yard " 4 hangings and yard rtt,f! "in ' fn by the yard. ' A si. t iHl UuliL rast array of new a - J rovrj c!f - s!sms. Prices range from 10c I r : ar j i 3.1c I a prri time to select your window dra - ' "r'.'S ss r!I the new Swisses and nets are l.TC. O7 n n1 m Patents for Indianlans. (PpeeUI to Ths IndUnr polls News.) WASHINGTON", September M. - Indiana patents were ihud to - day sis follows: Simon Ki Bailey and C A. Elliott. Rochester, artificial bait; Henry F. Iuni Owood, means for serving and vending varUbte portions of injtegiat bodies ef different values; Elton J. ' King:. Ft. Wajnc, load meter; Frank II. Maxan,. Princeton, combined foot rest and shelf for radiators; Wlllhm H. alitor. French Wick, dcor check; Joseph 1 Pcttor an - J R. A. Miller. Indianapolis, electro - magnetic power genfiator; Harrlaor. f - talcy. - Mertlnsvl'le. : duplex tenon - forming machine; Harry Welch. Prairie Crek. Joint for cartiage tops. W. 111am 8. T. Bassett was to - dav p - 5 - olntcd a nml urrir at South Bend and ohn J. Whitman substitute. - . . . With a lot of special prices to add spice to the . A large Moreroom filled with sample rocker. Enough of thein and no two alike to neat a great convention, TiThis deportment of public comfort at the Badger Store represents, in number of pieces and value, tVL of them, only nave do more tine mem. . Js'allCj lasses It is not an easy matter to find a line ot moderate - priced hall glasses that look welt. We have fortunately Just secured such a line, however, and they are the best value we have ever offered In these goods. They come In a great variety of shapes. The ' mirrors are heavy French plate beveled . glass, the frames are weathered oak. fitted with two or four oxidized copper four - way hooks. Prices range upward from only ...f 3.T5 Ek. of the things that ap - to the adman in the floor section of the Draoerr Thirty pieces, newest designs and polorinv rnpi. bed draperies, 36 inches wide. 20c II BuWmPQ OBJECT TO EPITAPH HE HAS CARVED ON HEADSTONE. SAYS THE BIBLE IS FICTION (Special to The Indians polls News. J I.AFATETTE. Ind., September 2. One of the most remarkable headstones and epitaphs ever placed in a cemetery baa been Installed In the Greenbush burial ground In this city. Having convinced himself after much study and Investigation that the Story of the creation and the contents of the Holy Bible are "fiction, Martin P. Jenners. an eccentric citizen, who la possessed of considerable wealth, has had a headstone prepared for the grave which his body will occupy, and on It has had engraved a strange inscription. On the 'front side, carved in the stone, la the following: "Martin P. Jenners. Born In 1840 In an Old Ixg Cabin at Fourth and Main streets. Died ."' Below this 1 carved: "The Reason I Ifem't Believe In the Bible is Because It Isn't True." Preachers Must Keep' Off This Lot. Then immediately beneath this sentence are the names of two books In the Bible,, with the chapter and verse, and which Jennersj says are .contradictory. Near the bottom of the stone is engraved: : "Don't Want Any Preaching.; Praying or Psalm Singing on This Iot. . Keep Off. ' Jenners i ah enthusiastic member of the Independent Order of Red Men. and do the . reverse side of the stone Is engraved an Indian head, the symbol of the order. d the letters "T. O. T. E,. part of the symbol. The presence of such an epitaph in a Christian - cemetery has caused much comment, and several persona who have relatives purled there - nave protested against the epitaph being; permitted to re tea to re - main jenners is sun naie and hearty. and is a determined atheist: Jury Returns Verdict for $10,000. I Special to The Indianapolis News. NORTH SALEM. Ind.. September 28. In the suit brougrnt by Chariots B. Allen, a. well - known minister of the M. R. gadget's Sterling ens at arms, weathered oak, $C.00 value, week 94.10 Mission Hall Chair 558, leather seat and back, weathered oak, $12.50. this week .fO.OO Rocker 1968, like cut, golden oak, quartered oak back, well polished, a bargain at $4.00, . this week only $2.80 Mission Arm Chair 1840, one of the most attractive chairs In the house, Antwerp oak, leather seat.' large reading arm on right side, an ideal library or study chair; regularly $18.00, this week 912.50 Mission Rocker 3735, large arm rocker, with broad panel back, flat arms, leather seat, weath - ' ered oak, $6.00 value, this week......... ,.$4.35 Arm Rocker 3107, leatner seat, on leather cushion back, weather - v20 v ed oak, mission style, $15.00 value, this week...;..$7.50 Arm Chair 3108, to match rocker, : $18.50 tJmall Rugs . at diminishing prices. For this week we gve you your choice of a fine lot of French Ax - mlnster Rugs at these special prices: ' 27x54 Ins., regularly $2.75. .f 1.85 20x72 ins regularly $3.75.. f 3.00 Wilton Velvet Rugs 27x54 lns regularly $2.25. .aXl.SO 36x60 Ins.. regularly $3.25. .$1.95 s Room - size Rugs Tapestry Rugs, 9x12 feet, worth $16.00; this week your choice for .912.85 J6 - 2C '(3d. 5 : I B - WW'':?? - ' ii7 . c - iiurch. n w re4id(rit here, SKnlnnt th city of Kankakee. 111., for. SSii.000 - dau. - xgrs, Ir. Allen last nlrht ' was aCvisfcd that the jury In the United States District Court, which retired last Saturday evening - , liad returned . a. verdict, awarding him J10.0U). This suit wn the lesrilt of Injuries sustained oy Dr. Allen, while physician at Kanakee, where he enjoyed a good practice. He was hurt, owing; to a defective sidewalk, and was forced to retire from the profession in which he had attained success. While it is not known what action tt.e city will take. Dr. Allen does not anticipate that it will appeal, aa an offer was made some Mm ago to compromise the claim ioi 55.000. ac occasion. Mad Rocker 1798, like cut, a good rocker at a low price, golden oak, well braced, shaped saddle seat.... .. . ................ . .'. .fl.OO Large Arm Rocker 2702, bannister back, high enough for headrest, bent arms, well braced, a chair that should last a lifetime; $4.50, for this week only. ..f3.SO Large Arm Rocker 2703, high back, bent arms,; very strong, $3.00 value, this week only .?2.00 Ladies' Arm Rocker, crotch mahogany, back, highly polished, cheap at $6.50; this week only.. ............. ... . . . ...... .f 3.75 Mission Rocker 2459, attractive In appearance and very comfortable, weathered oak, " leather back, $8.50. value, this week....f 6.5b ; Weathered Oak Rocker 3687, leather seat, . with arms, an attractive ladies chair, $G.00 value, this week.. .... .$4.25 Mission Arm Rocker 3734, large size, wide this SI 07, $14.50. this week only........ f 7.25 Arm Rocker 3491, like cut . Vbia rocker Is typical of a class of handso rue medium - priced leather rockers for which there Is a constant demand. Some of them hare a higher back than this one. They have fine leather cushion seats and backs, are heavy and well made. For library or living - room they are unequaled, as they are hung exactly so, and are always comfortable. They are a favorite gift rocker with many of ,our customers. This one $ 18. SO Others $13.50 upward. &: WashSt SOCIETY Mrs. E. E. Ferree Rush county. Is visiting friends In The Sorosia Club will meet to - morrow with Mr a. a. A. Harlan. Dr. Edward A. Willie from a trip to New York. has returned Miss Xillan, of Crawfordsvlue, Is visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Blair. The Indianapolis Canoe Club will hare an informal dance to - morrow night. Mr. and Mr. Franlt H. Carter have returned from New York and Atlantic City. M. P. Anderson la spending a week in northern Iowa with an old Danish friend. , ' Miss Fidelia A. Lester entertained the Harmonic fraternity hut night with a studio party. Mr. Hiram O. Keays. 'of Elkhart, HL. la with her mother, Mrs. W. W. Heroo, for a few days. . v - .. Mr. and Mrs.' Hugh Hanna, Jr.. and son have returned from Mackinac, where they spent the summer.. Miss Jessie Roblson. of Chrlaman, III.. Is visiting Mies Zelda Hobart Read and will remain two weeks. . . Miss Anna Aamann, of Cincinnati, who visited Miss Laura Hart man for a few weeks, has returned home. ' . Miss Phllomena Morel, of Richmond, who spent ten days with Miss Alice Walters, has returned home. Dr. and Mrs. Fletcher Hodgea and eon have returned from a visit to Mrs. Hodgee's relatives In Boston. Mr. ahd Mrs. F.. X, Yung, of Addison, N. Y.. are visiting their aister. Mrs. 8. A. Bryan, 2738 North Meridian street. . Mr. and Mrs. John E. Turner have returned from their summer home at Lake Wawasee and are at home at the Gay - lord. ; Mrs. E. M. Kenvon. of New York. Is visiting"1 her daughter. Mra. Charles H Klske. and Mrs. Donn Verner Smyths, at 3408 Central avenue. Mi. and Mrs. T." Halleck Johnson and daughter, Mlsa Helen Johnson, have pone iast and Miss Johnson will : enter the National Park Seminary. Mrs. Frank Denton gave a small tea this afternoon in honor of her guest. Miss Sarah Klmore Wltherspoon, of Chicago, who wi(l return home to - morrow. Mrs. Gregory will come Thursday " to spend a few days with her aunt. Mrs. A. M. Robertson, on her way to her home in Chicago from the mountains of Virginia. The Old Whist Club will have an outing at the Country Club to - morrow, the women going out for whist In the afternoon and the husbands joining them for dinner. - Mr. and Mra. Frank S. Isor and Mr. and Mrs. Charles O. Brad way have returned from Lewlsville. where they attended a house party, given by Mr. and Mrs. Ersa Martin. . Mrs. C. A. Krutsch, of Woodruff Place, entertained a number of young people Inst night with a masquerade party In honor of Miss Elizabeth Underhay. of Loganeport. who returned home to - day. Miss ' May Bliss entertained the ' members of the Do Do Club at luncheon today in honor of Miss Stella Alig, who recently returned from Europe, and will leave soon to attend school in New York. . Mra. George G. Tanner entertained a party of about thirty young women ar tea this afternoon for her niece. Miss Ethel. Bock, of Battle Creek. Mich. One pretty feature ' was a - guessing contest with picture postals. :. Mrs. "I E. - Webster, of the Charleston Inn, has returned from a three months' vHIt In New Hampshire. Boston and New York. Miss Vivian Lewis, of Cincinnati, who spent a few days With her cousin, Mrs. Webster, has returned home. Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Hendrlcka. who recently returned from Harbor Point, are at home at the Colonnade. Last night they entertained at dinner for Mra. George 11 - Chapman, of New' York, who is visiting Mra. - A. D. Thomas at Woodruff Place for a short time. . Winona Chautauqua Reading Circle. The first meeting of the aeaeon of the Winona Chautauqua Reading Circle was held yesterday afternoon with the retiring president, Mrs. George W. Brown, in Woodruff Place. In the absence of the president, Mrs. W. D. Long, who Is in Georgetown, . Ky.. the vice - president, Mrs. E. P. Brown, presided. The subject of the afternoon was "Summer. Experiences," and each member told how she sptnt the summer. Members visited New York. Atlantic City, Lakeside, O.. and the various Indiana resorts and some remained In town. Each had some little Interesting contribution for the summer budget. One woman made a point of get ting acquainted with Indianapolis. After a luncheon the members were escorted to the Technical Institute - and shown through . the grounds, buildings and to the departments, where 1G6 students are at work. The club members found thp meeting pleasant and profitable beyond that of the usual president's day. China Shower for Miss Thomas. Mrs. Robert Yoke was the hostess for a card party and china shower this afternoon, for which Miss Leila Thomas, an October bride, was the honor guest.. All of the appointments were In yellow, and gold en rod was used in profusion for the decoration. There were vasss and bowls of the goldenrod in the rooms and on the broad porch, and the stairway was entwined with It. The china shower wsa held in the dining - room, where there were lights from yellow tapers, and the name cards were in the form of linked hearts and decorated with heads In yellow. Mrs. Yoke - was assisted by Mrs. Howard Thomas Griffith. Mrs. W. M. Smallwood. Mi.s Nell .Vanlandingham, Mrs. G. K. Yoke and Miss Mildred' Small wood. LAmong the guests were the young women mat wiu oe onuesmaias at tn wedding. Including Miss Robinson. Miss Shaver and Miss Williams from out of town. GRIEVED OVER WIFE'S DEATH. Charles Baker, Well - to - Do Farmer Committed Suicide. (Special to The Indianapolis News. LAPORTK. Ind . September 26 Charles Baker, sixty - three years old. a well - toil farmer, north of Corymbo. this county, i committed spicule yesterday . v shooting himself through the heart with a shotgun, while in his granary. Richard Baker, his son, together with his - wife, heard the stiot, and upon investigating; found the dead body of the former's father. The senior Mr. Kaker - had been despondent ever since the death of his wile, last spring. ;!SiSpB WMter Supply of (I o o n Pols, Pans, Brooms Etc. Another of ihz ET READY for winter you always need more ti I VJ I in kitchen nerHsi to O b - i hold this sale at the beginning of your need time. We plan for it month - (I ahead and buy at times when manufacturers and jobbers are willing to cell ct our O nrice. This vear s sale will eclipse all former events, for these qualities. COME EARLY WEDNESDAY MORNING o o o o o o o o n o (I u o Plenty of salespersons to Heavy galvanized Water Pails. KMjuart slse, sale price. Good tin Dust Pans. 10c kind, this sale. 11 o o o o o 8 e o o o ci o o o a o o () o Zinc Washboards, the 23c kind, this sale, arte Parlor Brooms. 4 tie. regular price 26c this sale, 12c Heavy tin Waahbollers. with copper bottoms. 11.00 kind, this Sale, 75cv Stove - Pipe, heavy Iron, best quality. v:.w 7c 6 - Inch slse, this sale. joint , Stove pipe Dampers, t - lnch - ' slse. this sale 5c lOc It 11 Sale LineflsWeaver,s Damages" . The linens Ave offer for Wednesday's selling are of the very finest o failed to pass the "inspector's hands, 'owing in most cases to little ble 3 you couia naraiy aiscern - a aroppeu siiitii, t uiukch mrcau, or a rus enough to mar the wear, but enough to be caught by the inspector. O O representative secured them for us from a noted maker at an average of . . it .i - . . At t ' . 1. v i: : t r a. tr. y regular price, ana sent mem 10 us inrougii mc iiiuianajjoiis v - usiom xiouse. 1 ins is ' certainly an extraordinary occasion to lay in a supply of table linens. Counters are J O piled high, but, remember, the better pieces in this kind of a sale are always sold first j o Napkins are 4c,. c, 7c, ic o o CI Tablecloths in all sizes from 1 yard square to 2yM yds. by 6 yds. long, all with borders, 25 to eseh Damask, by the yard, 25c to 65c. ' Plain Linen Sheeting, 2',. yards wide, 55c. yard.' ' You'll recognize the qualities as worth in most cases just half, others a little less, () o o and some a trifle more than half price. Surely the East Room will be crowded ana some a irme iuuic iuoii Wednesday as neverrbef ore. cooococcccoocccccccccccocccooocccccccccccccccccccccrc J ALTERNATING CURRENT SYSTEM eSBBSSWBSBSBSBSSSMHMaW . t , Indianapolis oV Cincinnati Company Convinced of Its Superiority. Convinced by Its experience . on , the Rushvllle line that the single . phase or alternating current electrical system Is productive of better results than tne ai Ttrt current avstem of srooulslon. the, lb dlana colls' A Cincinnati Tractlon - Com pany will place the single phase System on the Shelbwllle division. ' This ' will be dona r soon aa the new equipment that will be neceaaary can be provided. The cars have already been ordered - for the new service, ten passenger ir.nd four i ill I ...h.,.Hi .11. express cars, imy win tra ,uuikimiii; like the Rushvllle cars now In use by the company and the contract for their construction haa Juat been given 'to the Barney at dduio war ., vo.. . ton, O. , - ' '' . ' - Fined for Running Cars Too Fast. Special to The Indtanapolia News.1 ; HUNTINGTON, Ind., . September. . For running the Ft. Wayne A Wabash Valley traction line private car. Law ton. through the city of Huntington at a rate of speed faster than city ordinances permit Frank Hardy. - superintendent of th traction com Dan r. was srrested yes terday. He entered a plea of guilty last evening, and was nnea by Mayor r ranee Rnnrlntndnt Hardv savs he will re quire his men to heed the city laws, and baa disciplined tne crew. . A. A. Anderson, superintendent; Will iam B. Wright, auditor, and G. G. Nlcoll. electrical and mechanical engineer,1 of the Indianapolis & Cincinnati Traction Com - nnnv. left last eveninr tor j - 'niiaaeipnia where they will attend the annual meet ing of the American mreet Kauway Association, which la in session In that city thia week. Dr. Doddridge Goes to Vlncennss. 'Special to The Indianapolis News. . LINTON. Ind., September 26. During the closing hours of the Indiana M. E. conference, and the haste following the announcement of asaiammenta for the coming year, the Rev. J. H. - Doddridge waa credited both to the First M. E. church. V'lncennes. and Trinity church. New Albany. The Rev. Dr. Doddridge goes to V'lncennes, while the Rev. O. H. Murphy is assigned to Trinity. New Albany. ' ' INDIANA MARRIAGES. . SEYMOT; R, Ind.. "September M. Charles McNellv and Mies Pearl Shaw were married Sunday afternoon by the Rev. Austin B. Conrad, pastor of the First Baptist church of this city. CRAWFORDSV1LLE. Ind.. September 58. The marriage of Miss Martha Garver and Joseph Reynolds, of New York city, took place to - day at the home of the bride's grandmother. Mrs. Elliot Defhn, in this city. Dr. Paul C. Curnlok. of the First Methodist church, officiated. Aftr a wedding luncheon they left for - California on the bridal trip. They will live In New York city. CORYDON. Jnd - September 25. Cards were sent out yesterday announcing the marriage of Miss Anise Hudson and C L. KIcKhman, on July 20. at Lebanon. O. Mr. Fleshman Is an attorney of the Cory - don bar. The announcement was a surprise. MILFORD. Ind.. September 25. Irvln J. Miller, son of a wealthy North Dakota land owner, and Miss Nora Cox. of this city, were married here last night in the presence of one hundred invited guKts. They left Immediately for Yellowstone Prk. ItUSHVILLE. Ir.d.. September CS The marriage of Miss Abble. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sohrader. snd Frank G. Reeve, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben K. Fipeve. is annoin - ed to take place at the home of th bride - elect'a parents, north of tills city, on October 19. MADISON. Ind.. September 2fl. 'Ktjn're J. T. Reynold, of Dunant, and Mr. Anna L. Poehler. of Indianapolis, will le married at S:30 p m. to - iy st Dupont. the Rev. P. O. Duncan, of North Vernon, offlc'athig. I lessen the labor on wintrv davs. That's whv wr rdi - wait on you and wagons to Family atse splint Gothea Baskets, this sale 15c Extra fine Scrub Brushes. Tampico or rice root, this sale.. 5c Electric Wan Paper Cleaner, OKf this aale..". 3 FOR.1'c Long - handled Wool Dusters, 98c 79c this sals Extra heavy Garbage Cans, t - gallon slse, this sale CARPO, the great carpet 'cleaner; demonstration In baeement. . f fr Price, per cake ufc ROTAL Worcester Stove Polish, no odor, no duat, non - lnflamma - ie ble, ISc and Hunter's Flour Sieves, 15c kind, this sale Paring Knives, good lOo quality, this sale Heavy Steel Coal Shovels, regularly 69c. this aale ..:8c .3c 45c ta 15o ach. A FmuUatlng Htrolnt :,' - V' - '.' - An engrossing . . ... twecn lore and HARPER t BROTHERS, SAYS PACKERS FIX THE RATES. President of Chicago Great Weetern Before .' Interstate Commission. CHICAGO, September 2tf. "The packers fix the. rates," declared A. B. Stlckney, president of .the Chicago Great Western Railroad Company, testifying to - day before the Interstate Commerce Commission, regarding freight rates on live stock and live stock, productions from the Missouri river to Chicago. In answer to a Question as to how the charges were made President Btickney replied: ' "In fixing the rate on dressed meat we do not have much to aay. The packer generally makes the rate. If comes t. you and always makes you feel that he Is your friend. - Then he saka you how much you charge for certain ahlpmenta of dressed meats. The published tariff may be 3 cents per hundred, but he will not pay that. - You say ttf him: ''I'll carry your meat for IS cents.' - . "He aay a: . - oh. no you won't. I won't pay that. "Then you aay: " 'Well, what will you pay for Itr "He then replies: " 'I can get it hauled for 18 cents "So you haul it for 18 cents per hundred, lis renerally tells rou that if you want the business you must haul the meat for the price be names." President Stioknev denied thst his road hid nald any claims for - damsse or re bates since the Groescup Injunction. SOCIAL SIDE OF CHURCHES. I ne. aiu dwjcij v in. . ii v. - . . versalist church will meet to - morrow afternoon In the church parlors to sew. The Women's Society of Memorial Presbyterian church will meet to - morrow . l . I. W utll. - Vi .1 XT llirmwin iui . - - - - - Alabama street. The Aid Society of the Fourth Presby - ri. - m church will - have - a trolley risrtv Friday afternoon. The car will start from the church at 3 o clock sharp A national convention ot the - r ... len'e Holiness leapue will be held In the IrOpiC I l UM f I rtl iiini.i 1111111. IMJH R - ford and Michigan streets. Friday, Satur day and Sunday next. A farewell reception will be given by Trinity M. E. church for the pai - tor. thu rtev. vn . rs. r irirtirr, m cmircn to - V. N. Fletcher will go to Liberty. Ind. There will be a specially lllust ra tl ealtll talk, midT the suspires i.f the .hitrrti Yw W rm Mnrv VV 11.. - . , Ih. lecture room of the church to - nivrrow sfiernoon at I o'clock. 1 T" t . ' ills ii i j i l ii i i i i i i i i r fesecesi Sahs Ve'rc Vzz::z Per of everything, and ccpcchlly prices the lowest ever ouctt:! FOR YOUR SHARE. take the purchases home. GalvanUed Palls, the thle aate. Chamber C3o kind. S - foot family f?tt' m - Uh ahif or . bur.t rack;, well - braeed klod. worth Swc, this sale. C9c Ideal Food Choppers, kind, this aale, . OCc Heavy galvsnlied Washtuhs. the 9o kind, this sale Whitewash Brushes, the 28 kind, this sale Delft Salt Boxes, wall style. 37c 1) IPC wonn c, mis aaie ., Rount willow Clothes Hamfr - nn , l.2ft values, this &U y w era, Btrmnt - East Room. A new novel by the author ef "THE MASQUERADER" ef Typ Ntw to Fiction tale of conflict b ruling passion. N. Y. Hers Id.. PUBLISHERS, NEW YORK waters tltry ptct.y Sealed Pcl! m . . . w hmm a regulation Lrl.ip.J k nJ i wsnsnted to L in prime con2...' - n - t money ri - funJcJ. A r'f',!' ' p ' 1 I ear h pckje of KaM - pouni or t. - " - - - j The punly cl rr&teivl. - - r.' . exartncM and tcmpu'ou cm ia r r - ; : ' nj tntite tint r;jarr.t - pot... - . ! . . - .1 IA Ltturt'y (jfAoyf an Fn'S V , !. V. t: "r . m!o, l: in. r at m n t. L:t 1:1 F:;t t i . .. t 4 i B t - - '"fcr - ,i i 1 7 c:. I 1 i i C j ( ( ) ( 1 ( ( ) ( 1 ( 1 u n t ) t t ) 1 1 c ) ( ( i t 1 1 i ( j

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