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THE INDIANAPOLIS DAILY EEKT1KEL StNDAT MOKK1NG MAY311EE5
OÜB COCIAL LIFE.
12 Seta la MlnUtrire Heirs of Indlaa
A Complete Record of Society Events,
Together 771th the Coming and
Oeing- of the Capital CJty
Tte Fcciety rclcran of the Sunday Scnt'.acl If a
rp o&l fettere, aud an effort la made vita each
edition to famish such column as will be of in
krat to all ttc readers of the Sentinel. We hope
ttefrlenJi of the rentinel Kill ttlll famish tu
with matter for this department, and assure them
that all aurdi items ara med il practicable. la
jrciriEJ lorlcty item?, please ue but one side of
U.epjcr. All Item fcr tbli cc-Iumn must be
aigred bj the author, not for puV.iation, tut for
enr own protection.
Patrolman GriCIa la 111.
Join Lee ia la Kanra City,
Juje Grtstara 1 In the city.
Mr. Job Elliott Is ia Dnlatb.
311(1 L!zz:e Call! la In liartlnsvlile.
Join Hennessey Is home from Michigan.
Jebn Usll baa returned from Hot Springs.
Mrs. Eugene Davis his returned to Chicago.
'. raffia btobc ia visiting Irienda In Si. Paul.
; lz. C. W. Nlckarn Is Tisitin; In Daylcn, O.
MIn Mamlo Canley has returned to Greencistle.
Mi-s I.trcy I". riGt.in;on is visiting in .Shelby ville.
John (locdwln, of Louis rille, has located Ia this
C F. r-rrUh left Friday for Detroit, to be g ne a
Profef-sor Green left Fridsy for New Albany, h!a
Mr. Jcku Jones li entertaining Mrs. Lldi Haol
Mr J. C. Smith (pent last Sunday wiji Calcio
lnnis McDonald liu returned home to Boring
Tte Coterie Ciub picnicked yesterday north ol
litr. Catherine Hindi la the gaest of friends near
Urs. I. N. Wilson returned Monday from Charn
Mr. Eva Blanley ia the gijest of friends in Da
Mis Ella Kelleher, of Madison atenue.is very 111
Colonel Robert Emmet Trill return from Kansas
MrF. R. R. Morris, of Richmond, is visiting
Jndge D. P. Baldwin, of Logansport, wis la the
ti:y Tuesday. .
Hen. U Z. Wiley, of Benton Caunty, wai In the
Mrs. Harry 8. Kate, of Richmond, Is the guest
Cl titj friends.
Waiter Gallup and wife gare a progrc alye euchre
Trie ay evening.
Mil A. G. Mauzy, of r.usnriile, Tlilted cit7
luec d.H Thursday.
M!s Mary Shoemaker is visiting Misa Joste Mc
till at Kicbraond.
Mrs. Mary Stewart left Tuesday for Hagcrstowa,
Mt., her old home.
Mrs. John M. Shaw is entertaining Miss Ollie
TfaUor, of Chicago.
Henry Williamson has gone to Eridjeport, 111.,
cn aiketchlng tour.
Mr?. Lee Kolly, or Rtchmorrd, is the guest of hsr
daughter la this city.
Ur. Kate Sloan, of Mart!nTille, was la the c'.ty
a few dan last week.
Mra. W. T. Tarbee and family are guests of Ho
len Luscan and wife.
Misses Mary Rcnlhaa and Mantle Sherrla ara
I crae from Login? port,
Mrr. II, K. Allen and Mrs. James Wrijht are
heme frcm ilot fcprings.
V n. Thoraas CaUletoa, of North West straet, is
in I'aikersbarff. W. Va.
Mis. M. L. Wells has been Tkltlns Mra. G. V.
BcMey, of Fort Wayne.
The Dillon Street M. C Church gava a lawa 63
cial Wednesday evening.
Mrs. L1zzi Dean is Tlltlng fxlead4 la Qalacy,
111., and Kloses Ciiy, Mo.
Mr. Judge Mitchell has beca ia tic city with
frienda during the week.
Mlsa Anna Hennessey is entertaining Mrs. Lnnra
P. Kitzhukh,o! Madison.
Judse Martindale went to Chicazo Wednesday
CTening on a business trip.
MUi Edith Thona, of Grccnsbar, Is visltinj
Win Kin, or this city, will shortly wed o ie of
lte belles ol Kichmond, Ind.
Mrs. Alie Turner and Mn. Rhodes aro visiting
zru-ncs in various parts or uaio.
Mrs. J. G. Thomas haa returned after a brief sa
jcurn with MartinirlUe relativc!.
Tne wife of Tatrolman Ilenry HIate fcaj boon
Mricuüij ill for more thaa a weck. J
I'r. William Glenn and family remote I to their
ciartomeia waaison usiioesaay.
Mr. Edwin Qnisg fJ the auest of her daushJcr,
Mrs. W. II. Haslet, of Terra Haute.
Bernard McDonsld. of Danville. 111., TMted his
c:a lritncs here the tirst ot the week.
TteFt. Agnca Guild, of Grace Church, garo a
octal at the church Friday evening.
George Tayne has returned to the city after a
uiree weeks' recreation at Franktort.
The Mlau s Regan, of Tim atrcet, entertained the
jnaugurai tlub Wednesday evening.
Miss Mattie Trait, of Fort Wayne, has been la
the city the past week v bating relatives.
Mrs. ZereUla Wallace's address before the W. C.
T. l at Fort Wajue la highly spoken ot.
R. 8. Gano, of Cincinnati, has been visltlnx
iriencs in tne city during lae past week.
Ko-Caldtrellacd wlfeaie thegiKtsof Dr. V.U.
James and wife, parents ol Mrs. Caldwell.
Mr. Zelda Wallace and S.'Ss Ieathera hare b:ca
ilcitlng Mra. Jonn Curtis at Fort Wayue.
Jefinon DavMioa will leave for Louiivlle, Ky.,
next Wcdnciday, to be abNcntacvct'Al days.
Mrs. Gors:e If. Wet, 164 Fark avenue Is enter
tatciEg btr sister. Mis. Bee be, ot Fat la-Kay.
The Ind'anclt l.U.'ra'y Club uvo A al
ns Wiiio l jat' ic-Klciicc. Fi uy num.
Ikf rf. John D. Leonard and Mi Maud SiaTutr
cf L4fjette, are in the rtty TUittng frleud.
Mi Me"onncll returned to Lgansport. Tues
r. after a i leuant shit lo Mi Auca .(211.
Frank Mcquiddy and wife will kItc a croquet
aii'i 1 rocrcskive euchre parly Tuci iay ercaiui;.
Mrf. E. C Atitnssnrea reception Thin lay af
tcrnoon la honor ol her tuest frcm California.
Miss I aura Ringham garee party Tue-1ay eve
Msg lo nooor of Mls Allie Watson, of Chlc;o.
Rev. K. V. Hunterand wifa leit Wcdacslay fir
caicinnatl to attcad the rieibytciuu Aucmoiy
Mrs. Ono Honclmsn went 0 Chicazo Tne-l;y
E'itt fur a visit to friends beroro going to Luro.v.
'I. rxrouiu wm muni 10 i'hjiuui ..r--
t adeed her iao;bur, Mn. Frtt'lcn, who Is qulio
5fr. Julia CaUirr.rt l!utivllle. has returrial
omc after a two weeks' tts't u her sous lata;
Ihefrlrnds cf Mlu Anna I) lie. of East McCartr
Mret, gavo her frleu li a eurprUo ono crenin las.
The Irank'.lu nr,f nr Iii J fsrt that Wilt
KT Wll tii'tlni' frlrndi In that rltV thd PStt
MltaMIra Ppalo. of In llanapali. was the tucut
fl M;s Fannlo Counir in. week. Franklin Deav
Mr. James IUlMiiKcr, of Martiaivllle. has bsea
th ust cf her mother and itiias ou rl am
Captain W. R. Mrer. Secretary of 8', dt'.If
trt (be rcemor.al oration at f uiumltville, yes
terday. Wlll Vcttt. Ftata sut!Urlan, will attena th
rational b'aUUkal Conrentloa at Djitoa, oa
J a ctri.
The Porcelain tisane ratrted oS by the two lit
itw:f Koata Meridian street, was won by
ilrt. John tihauyhwey, who has bpen Tltitioi
toe titan Wren, of Houta Delaware street, has re
Mrs. W. A. Rartu it i in the city and her hus
card will arrive to morrow to Tint fricada a
Mtta Willie Wallare. of npklnvlil. Kr aistar
t Wrs. Altert W. Shbard, lata tue city, the guct
TTlUlara Rardle, of Stl last Honth street, left
fv""' Trnl0 for Chicago, lie wilt return ho jie
te erst cf the week.
Ii R. Ketchata haa been entertaining R. C. Ma
ljn. tdtter cf the Mldlaad Architect aad RahJ.
t:'Z ews, cf Chicsgo.
J.'T'sniiht.of Washtnston City, formerly
,.Jr:?rJ; WM lhuniij toatwndthc
: -relief fcianotatr.
f-vjer. Krt. nenry gchnrcao, Htnry Letl
J T. U. Cc'.cita wUl tc;tla thii:rficaoI
Kng at the First Fresiyterian Church thla crcn
leg. Mra, Emma Walker 1 the guest of fiienli in th :
J. C. Hart, of Cincinnati, visited our city la-.t
harks E. Ecckmn has teen risltinj Creea
Vice Ttaldent Iltn Jricii aad wile are la Chi-
Mrt. T. n. ELnrr e and daushter ere la Glen
bjrr.tcr McDonald and Dr. Walling arc In Wash-
Mn. D. E. DcncJsh and daughters are in l.i
fayctte. Mta Hoyt noltcn wl'.i move to Chicago the first
of Ja y.
Mr. Gorse Levcrin: it in the cl.y the guest of
Mrs. S. W. Mcrsaa is home from West Eidea
Will a. Erown vhited relatives at Evausville
Will Huff, of iroomf.cld, waj ia the city daring
Jode Heller's family leave thU week for Mas
ir.kucieo. Mij-s Snp.nnon, cl Hanover. Ind., isviiitia? rela
tivts ia tLis ci-.y.
ith Ilsdipy. of Danville, was ia the ci'.7 oa
legal tusinct Friday.
Mrs Georse ft'aneu will go to New Ilavea
Conn., for the summer.
Clv:u E. King, of Cincinnati, visited his par
ents in this city last week.
Dr. A'at aster Is dwn for three lectures b2fo:e
the Chautauqua Aemb!y.
Mr?. W. W. Hibben is seriously ill alter resi
dente, 11 Mlcbigan street.
It 1 fil thst the artist, Steele, 1 expected
hciiifc ttiäwcck Ircin Antwerp.
J. B. Dill and family leive for Maxlnkcckec
about the middle ol the month.
fte weddiuz of Edooard Heiser aal Miss Ann
XiEcer is announced for tne l&ib.
Mrs. Eerz Arplf ate rav a recjption l;irt evci-
1 ig ia honor of Mra. J. M. ucn.
Mi8 Mastzio Meißln, of Southport, is th3 guest
ol her uncle, vt. J. M. MCL.a:a.
Mrf. Dr. Clemrner. of South street. Is courses'
c eg, aiier a severe sre-l of sicwncsf.
James Leather has beca appointed Deja'y
Frosccutor in 'Squire Smock a Court.
truce Carr pve another oneoflhis delljlitful
dances at Greth a on last Saturday night.
Mr?. Grace Levering took part ia t rausicalea
terialnmont at Franklin Monday evening.
Mi.s Cooper, of West Ohio treet, leaves this
weekior a visit to friends in l'niiadclphia.
J. J. Ffcafer, of Sonth Fine street, has returned
heme alter two years spnt in South America.
I'ercy V. Jones, of the Eyansville Tribune-News,
was in tue city last week, tee guest 01 menus.
And cow it is 6atd that Vincent Q. Clifford 13
tblntlag seriously of taking ucta himself a wife.
George McWhlnttr left yesterday for a three
mouth's vacation in tie mountains 01 Teaaessc
T. J. Curran, cf K2no, who has beea In the city
fcr i ome time past, returned home last week sick.
Dr. Samuel Roberts, o! Fredericksburg. hasbe3u
vifcitirg relatives ia the city danag tne pais wet;k
MusBjjd.of '.'ji Hot'Jx Meridian street, cele
bra-cd ber birthday wita a number o! friends jei
rrof6(or Hay. of Irvlnztcn. entertaiael the
studtEt ol Jiuucr Lmveraity at name lnurs uy
Mrs. Mitchell, cf Goshen, wifo of he Judee of
the i-urrtma Court, wss iu the city teveral days
, Mittcs Eoxie S if: rxd Ida Miller, of Greeu
wcod. west ibe KUctti vi city lrieuU patt of the
Mr. I8te Wollt', who his breu visitins hersis
ter. Air. T. R. toto. tas kOüe to spcacor lor a
Will T dd, of St. Charles, Ma., whoahes b?:n
vlr'unt? I.!; lst:r, Mrs. J. 1. McLalu, rctarued
come t ricay.
W. E. Mick retained ye.terdiy iroui Ktuas
Ciiy. Ills limlly ra kiowiy recovering froai the
erect cl c.aieria.
Miss Chesie Guffin, of Rsshvllle. who has b n
takintrpiintTg lctsoaa of Jacob Cox, theartiu,
will ittun iiciuo koon.
er?. Eowcn, Orersireet. Cattersoa, M:)iat
acd I earl Goldthwalt went to Franklin Thursday
u it Lt to attend a toclal.
Frank F. Woollen, Cashier of the Meridian Na
tional E-ank. Is to sto to Chicago next mouth to ea
ter the lumber business.
Miltes Mrtmic'.Pye and Jennie fVellini; attended
cocmcLcemcnt exercises of the fchelbivilli Uulj
fcchcol on Friday niiht.
Jir3 Vv'ill Hushes and Mis Jessie Huchem favo a
rrc'-piiou yesterday nfteruooa at their residence,
bli .Nwrih Meridian street.
The meetlDg of the .Equal Puffraje Society,
wbirli wh to bave been Leid oa Monday, has been
postponed lor two weeks.
Miss Stella Res. daughter of Councilman Keis.
will teat Eng liaa'a Opera House ttila week, wita
the Matiack combination.
Mrs. Hopkins, of Milwaukee, aud Miss Greeley
Grubts and Mls Grace Miller, ot Richmond, are
visiting airs. u. i. tncrman.
Csptüln W. V. Tarkington, ot this city, haa b?en
calltrd to Vlncennes, Ind., by the aerious'llluess ol
his daughter, Mrs. V. t. uaker.
Mrs. A. M. Fletriier gave a rccepMou Frtday at
ber borne, 2;4 North Tennessee street, in honor of
Mrr. John loourn, ox Montana.
Mr?. John M. Eacock leaves this af lern 5on for
New Vcrk. to begone until August, wheu she
win be joined by ber nusbami.
Hen. John Pari, of Cass County, was in the
city several days last wetk vlsitinz friends, lie
is the vrandfather ot W. N. ehort.
M E. Shicl. formerly editor of the Monitor-Jo ar
al, is to train the pubilcatiou of the Kentucky
Herald, at Louisville, next meath.
Mr. James White, aa old and respected cUlrcn
nt tavancan, (.a,, 1 viiltlrg his nit c;, M a. W. N.
W clang, on North New Jersey street.
Dr. Jeffrey, of the First Baptist Chinch, left
Tuesday lor Saratoga to attend tne mptisi anui
vcrtaricF. He will be absent lour weeks.
Judge Norton will go to Europe about July 1, to
bo lone about two moath. it is rumored that a
fair one across the water li the attraction.
Mrs. W. H. Rf ed will sail froia New York oa tho
mh to Joia her brother ia Enzland, whom sho
Parted J 1 oia thirty-ore years ajo la China.
MJs Lizio Willman, of Hertford. Conn., a typ
ical Lastern girl of rnauy raarm. ii visltlnx wi:h
tho Ml' tea Lojd, of nouth l ennsyivania ttrcct.
Dr. Fdson. of Mcr:io:ial Church, united in ma
riaije at noon ThnrsJay John G. Foonscl, of Day
let'. V., and Ml Klrdle Gray, or i'ark arenas.
The butchers vl thedty will picnic Tuesday nt
HaiiUl 1 1'arr. A prsnd procession will ba fivvii
lu tee morning, ana a general goaa tliaa all d r.
Tl c members of tho Third Christian Church
gate a grand foc al at tho resident 01 G. . I.a
Oor. Norlli 1 tUvrro direct. WcdnCkday even
Mijcr McFaddcn. of I.ozanfport. was In the city
Monday aud Tut'tiar. ou Ms wsy ti ChlKlcothe.
(.,wlu ie he ai'ctidcd the reunion of Mexican
H. C. Alllrn an t wife, formerly of this city.
ro of indtatiapoils. rime down l rMy t? at'
tn 1 the High fcv hool toinmcuccnieui. r';ankl!:i
Mls Anra Hadlcv leaves tomorrow for N?w
Mtxiio lo ipond the suirtxerwith her bro'lor
M.ewas riven a sari riio by her frlead Wc.iac
Jerry Jobiuou. of the Gorsrnment roniiou Ot
fee at.Wishitgtoa, graJuate t:is week la che 1 1
dorartmcut 1 1 the (iorctowu ÜiUorUy. Iii
htr-c is In tbisc'.tr.
'I ho May tiriy at Kid Kut'.cr's r "idctic for t'n
beru'iitol II. o Keo Klii'lerjiul' ii. Thurx liy nitit
si;i a treat uPalr in lh ivay, I. fit WaUrr w
Inado tuo Ma yueeii.
Mils Kalo Alien, of CrawfordavMe. was the
guen of Miss Elia hutiltn? litweek. MlAlio i
u a fair rprecniativo of liu youth and bauiy oi
our nnjhuoriug t tiy.
Edward 8. While. avi of tx President Whll. of
rurdun i ntTerity. was married l bandar nu't
lo Mia Miuulr. (Uitslitor of W. B. 1 tuner. Iter.
James MeUo t üiacitttlng.
Mr. i ratislln Iaii lrs and daazh'er. anited br
Ml a Mia liu pi. of this illy, aud MuMc'ou u l'.
cf l4ianrort, are a rcceptlou Moaday la honor
of Mrs. Judge lUou. of Wasaiagtoa.
The Alumni of Roller I'ntverilty are mtkln:
prerarallous for tbelr annual banquet and nnu
vc iary, to be held at Irvtngtou, Thursday. Jane
IV it being the decennial auuiversary of tbe
Feter F. ltryce and daughter Mamie, Robert M.
Fauler, wild aud daushter. the Biiucj Glubs and
MIm Maiio Mc4rthur leit Thun Is? for New
York, from which city they will Ball this week for
Scotland to be fcoue till fail.
The fair and social of Fletcher Place Church tho
pat week was a success, both financially aad y
clslly. Credit IsttuetoMrs. Htcwart, Mrs. Hut
llrT. the Miues Meek. Dillard, Leoler, Karnshaw
and ethen iu tha.r eudcavor to make it what it
Mtidaroe M. I Wtl:s. '.. (. Wallace, J. R
Wotd, J. T, Fray. 1. V. llam-y. K. T. brown. Dr.
Piddail, M, a, llolloway, Georta Wrljht, Misca
Mary l. Nsyicr, Lodle E, ld. Myra A, God
win, Moltli G. Day, of this city, a .".ended tho Htate
A:t ii of trie W. c. T. I', whica coavcacl Tujs
Cay at 1 tri Majue.
Ileentcrralnment given by tht Young Lsdles'
Eitle das. 1 rlay nUht. was very succoMful.
Fr m the ia:e ol delicacies, badges, etc, the ciau
r led handiorne sum, whlca goa to the Bua-diy-Khool.
Among these who took part lo the
social may be raentioaed: Mrs. C. It. Wauon, Mra.
Inert h Y. Co b. Mlo Lulu Burt and KU it Lu.
I lltwr, Paul L'abr, 0, F. Jacobs, Andy taitb, E
F. f wl'U B A. Riciarcon acd C. J. W. Parker, for
oral atd In-line enul mocic. atid Mcr. Jaia
KiCd sun George Eaa and Miss Jyua Robinien for
readings and recitations.
The first annual entertainment of the D. K. O.
H. was teld Friday eveniDg at tne Institute for
theliiini. A very en oiat.le limo was had by all.
Ice cnam. cake and strawberries were served by
The third anniversary of tfceir narrrajc was
ce.'ttrst (1 ty James . Cruse asd wife last even-
inn TTitn & pro(!retlve eoc lire pnrty f n-e a-jies
:ns nice and iir, re?oo carried on ice noaors.
Walter Ford acd Miss Anna Callahan ware
uolud in msrria-e at St. Eripet's Church at 8
o'e Irci Thurcay raornlng. Rev. -Father Curraa
ctl.clatlrg. in the evenlfi-4 a rec,DUoa was given
at tie new rcstdenceof the haypy tair oa Weft
walnut street. Af.er supper danuag oc:ip.el tne
tin e till a late tour.
Frank L. Gates aud Ctar!es H.'-'onle. dle?ts
from Indianslis Typwraphicil Onion No 1 to
the Internatloutl, leit for New -York, wi.ere the
latter named boiy civets to-morrw, list Weilaos
day morein. lie International will be ia ss-
tiou oce week, aud th?ra is no doubt tae goalie-
ecu will ably icr-reseat No. I.
Indianapolis Eodpe No. 1 of the Secret Lea jc
rave a iccial ihursaay crentg. whica was at
rentiert ty a number of luvited iriend. Attr.e
conclusion of ti e secret wert o; tae ordr tao
dcors were thrown open aud a musical programrai
wesjilvenby W. 1. Hi:l, MiS3 JUy Mi der and
otLe8. DaLCing followed, whic was coaliac-jJ
for an hour. i
Mr. J. C. Ei:ck, of rieasau. street, and her sis
ter, Mhs So; hia hite. of Date." atreet, left last
Tuesday morning for Eostoa. to spend tne sum
mer with their fci-ter, Mrs. a. L. -Wallace, formerly
of this city. Eefcre refJrnlas they will vUit
mcst of te New England ci:.s. i their way
home they Iii stop la New Yort City aa-1 Wash
ington ay, returning about feet icm'j.J 1.
A Icwn sccfa.'. wrs givea Inst Tuesday evening a
the rciiccccti o' General Kcetl "r. ea Eatv ash
in?;ton (troct. Tbe yard was h.u.i.-oinelr liched
no wi:h R rcaa candies and ic,tes, and all in
hll.was a very esjoyatle atta.r. Anoa? tho-e
present were Mies 'all. Cock Pruii-;n, Myers
Edmund. Johr'oa. Ertwn, Holland and Ma-r
Hoover. ll;i!ebrpnd. I '.an. Dii.lT, Kti!ng, Ho'
Iowrj, Krtic'er. Erc.vn, Ga'l, M.'.'.r n i 1 icazjl
Mr. !: or; Gird.n. Tho u i ;!i n n l.i-id-' vr-o
i l.aou raji.e:-, id l!r- eity. wi-.l it vy lor Nu- .v Yurlc
vi r I'.'.ii;, uu'i us: i : i r .-..:n; . i.iu.uii.i, jii.e
s.i . s . . : i . .- . . . i ..... . 2 t Te. . . . .
i. f-.ir ii tütee ino:it!.-' tri;, t i:i:..i;id an ! t! e c :i-
tiuont. He will t.iki? -. itti liim tin ar:;rat u-j, a:ii
e i cets to rc:u! n m u: s;ir.c h:ie m-i.-vs in h ir j m
s-diitry. Mr. Gor.lou is-an cXvt ia s i-;h w k.
nj!i j i i'ls liims.-li on l:nvui4 t'l-i ti:i'--t n'p.ir.itis
for the puri'' ever made. Mi:tate I Wednesday.
The benefit concert tendered" Mis Anna LiU,
, IVatllln's Mueic Hall last 'IhursJay eveniui.
was very rleasinpr aud was well attended. 1 ao-te
rattlc'pating were: Mi-a Kiortnce Bamberger,
l'rofew-or üra rear(on. irs. JomM;. New, i'roiessor
McAvot. Fiofeiisor .ml;h. Mr? Ida scott. Jenia
Mek, Dcra Mesing, Master lu!leman, ArioaTrio
aid others. Mus Lul. was tue r c p.cnt of some
very handsome iioral tribute from admiriu-
Mrs. May Wright Sowell acd v.ot. J. A. Kotd-
thaier, cf bis c'.ty. and President lerct'. of Eut
ler University, are a.'.i down for adrecs drinj
tne eommene-enieni week at iitrdue UutTtfrsy,
Mr. Rondthaler speaks to the M. C. A. oa 1 .1-
day, June 5. President Everc: ; delivers tiie bac:v
lturtate artdrefs on the fo'Iorinq: Sunday, aad
Mra. fcewell addresses the literary societies oa
Tuesday. June 9. The commencement exercises
are on Thursday, Juae 11. -
A. F. Denny aud wife, c! m Korth Delaware
street, gave k progressive euchre !"-.r:7 Tuoslay
night, wLich was a sacc-e's la every particuiftr.
mon the Kuests were 11. a. -Joncie aa l wi:,
Luciuw Swilt and wife, Fraiwt McQ'iiddy and
wl''. J. W. Ilarver aud vjife. Wallace Dcnnaa
and wire, John pnelandwif- Joan Eeajsu aud
wif, Mrs. Troub. Ms M.:. C't r Mr. Hendry
and wile, and Mr Mcl?n'.cl nt h wife. Mrs. S rift
and Mr. McDanUI canied off t'c favors.
em last Wednesday evening Sir. at d Mrs. H. B.
btout entertained a number of fr endi at th?!r
neat little cotUtte on Asa strre1?- An sj'eaat lunch
was fcprcad about o'clock, of wiiich all partook
freely. Auw: these prcs-nt were Bev. Ueiry
Priictard and wii, Jo Ho.tz ann. John B)wiu,
William fritcbard and wife. Sc t Mcc'aesor,
Mrs O. Ilubbel. Mrs. ar..l Mrs. .J. E. Springer. Mr.
snd Mrs. II. R. Vftnce. Mr. and Urs S.D. l'.ay, Mr.
and Mrf. Newman, Meior Cra.'t an 1 wife and Mr.
and Mrs. Potts.
Cn lat Wednetday evening Mis? Ribecca CofT
man. of this city, aud Mr. J hi T. Furnlih. of Al
eJBiidria. Ky., were united in rrarria2e at the
rctiderco of the bride's mother. No. C2 North
New Jersey street, in the presence of a few friends,
Eev. I. H. McConueil perfem-ug the ceremony.
The bri le has been a resideu of this citysiuee
early Rlrihood end bus a la; o cirele of fflai t,
e peciai yin Jloherli Prk tt jrch, of which she
was a mmltr. Their se'iualntance, which has
thus huppily terminated, teea'i a uumher of years
At o, aad wea continued ly cc rrcpouderjcc uutll
the time when their hops ere culminated la
marriage. The bebt wi.ae of frienda gi with
them that their full cup cf happiness may ba re
alied in their new home.
John Fast is Tiitlng In Oiiio i-n company witn his
sliler-ln-iaw, Mrs V, II. Shannon,
JofTh tberfey. the undertaker of our el'y,
spends a few days in New ()rle ns, and gozs theuca
to ice his brother In Kew Mexico.
Philip Phillips, the sinsinct pilgrim, has been
entertaining our citizens with a sonz trip around
the world. The enter Uinine at was given In lac
M. E. Church.
Our popular fellow citizen, f:ed Bhultz, employ
ed by njsutig in thctlru buMi' cts for rnauy ycus,
hasarrer-'ed a situation as traveling (alcsniMi for
a Detroit lirin. He has become an "Ohio man."
Our O. A. R. boys made ctiAt preparations for
iiMcratioii Day. ice Auxu.isry General cny
Post No. o kept an open luucl: room thraugh the
cay and au entertainment in the cvenltu ia
Decker's Eic- k, oa Main ttrcet, conclude i lc
Ou Frldsy morning Willie, the youngest sou of
Frofesror J. C. Grcsg, ccidcitilly shot lilmsüx
through the heart with a phtol. which bo had
loalcd with a bull. He ran a ehort distance and
fell with the exclamation, "Oh. Lord! ' and was
dead in a few second. Tho b Ight younz lal was
much beloved, and els tragic death has filled our
community with grief and eympaihy lor hit ex "el
Ou Tuesday, the 26th, the funeral ceremonies of
Mrs. Jesi'e A. ieekcr took place. Her death was
cry sudden from varalysis or rupture of the
'rain. Mrs. Decker as one ol the leading mn
bcrs in the literary societies- of our city, an I a
prcmincnt member of the W. C. T. U. sne was a
daughter of tt. H. KeKey, au 1 a niece ol Jud?o
llsnty D. Scott, of lndianapo Is. 1'ioral oiterlns
by the l adies' Literary Society and the Wooian'i
Eeiief tnrps were superb.
Mrf. Ms .talehr, of Owenil oro, Ky., I vMtlnj
Mus Zoe Cook, who Has been spending the win
tcr in Texas, has rcturce'l.
Mrs. John lark. nc Btanstfvr. Is vliltin' tu-r
hiikband's relatives In Pillkbu'i:, Pa.
Hi? wife of Captain Jaiuc Hrliht. ot Mali? u,
who was vMtlufc here, liaa returned ho:no.
M!is Georgb stcTciis, of Kekuk, Iowa, will r
rlrc 1 ere on Thun iy tosend Hie summer v. ah
MI Lulu Gent and MUs M,imt-j Lucts. who
have bceu atUuding M! Nnlin' chooi at J. oils
Wile, let'irccd heme )ctcrv!y.
Mr. licorre Pence and family, who moved fro-n
this pir.ee to Delhi. Ohio, will uka up their roM
otiKe here a;am iu a few weeks.
The f c 1 ol of this pliee close 1 for the term on
Krläsy. li e era luating r.'uss w ts larger than any
in tr,e riMcry or tho i ounubiis scuoh.
Ed id ?gr, formerly a c'.cik licre.ianor ia t':at
capacity at Portland.
Jutfre Monks r.as ninrnrd fron an cxtcad.Hl
tour w 'M louklvg a hpny as a Urk.
Mcrt Mtllrr, sho was ealld to attend the fu
neral cf hl father at I habcth, 111., has rcitiru-'d.
Cat! Pi.ckett its ROtieto Kx'.eVor Lake t ) r-ud
tho iiirriner wlih his psrents, Dshin,: and huuuuz.
Pat MtDoratd, o'ie of oar oldeit cU'j.mi, win
las te t ti kk for a hie; time, 1 aiata on tie
Mrs. Crane, formally ol ihls pi see. bat no f
net ird wiili the t'mou Ciiy hools, w as tn tno
CM)' la t Sunday.
McWhirtcr will remove
t ommei:c:ment M:ori proa.Ut D ie julto nu
jutruus, Mla Mary Wlaie'y, of Cln:!nna'.I, hv'.slt'.u?
Mr. and Mrs. R, T, Jones.
Colonel C. C. Maton and family returned hero
from Washington City oa Thursday.
Mlu Eld path Prii'.clpil of the Hleh H:hoo en
tertained the graduates on rriday evanlag.
MIks Kate Hammond and Mils Allco Knltht r.are
a reading at Plalnticld oa Wcduesjay eventu;.
Mrs. Laura Parker sang the "Mar psnzUd
Earner" at Mchary Hall ou yesterday aflgiujju,
during theseiTices of Deeoratloa Day
Mra. May Wheeler, of tho Indianapolis Sua lay
Sentinel, called ou us Tondy. Mrs. Whe.'.er will
return in a few days and write up the c'.ty.
Mits Cecelia Fpplngbatmii. now teaching musio
at Mhelbyillic, Ky., -o t bci?n;:ln.' to Ter re Haute
will Le here at the Juuo IcitiMl and taks some of
Hon. Hirry Saylor, editor in chief of the Da
Pauw Monthly, hired an omuibus on Friday
atiernconaud took a psrty cl young iadlcaaad
gtnticrcea a üshlag.
A daily paper will bs Issue 1 from the Tlase of
fice during commencement week, beginning Fil
Car, June l'J, and continuing over Tnurs liy, the
2"'!h-commenrinent dar. It will be under the
cactxtnestol A. A. emith au1 hi s. tjherKin,
wtoaencutee that no effort will hs spired fo
se tte rtrx an icdlsren ab'e adjunct to the
cn.cjn.eni ol the festivities ol the week.
Mr. WEI H. Scott is at Lebanon, Hh
Mi-8 Io'.a Ccff.n ia visilicg friends at Winches
Tte Presbyterian Sunday school will picnic at
Philadelphia next rriday.
Honelaf k iidlcg ii becoming a popular (port
among the young ladles.
Mfs Rfcoda Bitc'imaa and Mis Blacklesc, of
Ruihville, are visiting Grecnf'.eld fiiends.
Drf. A. G. and J. W. 6el: nn and fmUi"f, of
IndiararoHs. were the guetaef Thorcai rJ. cai
man part cf last wctr.
Mrs. A. J. Smith and si? t-:r. MUs MadqsNolen,
will leave this week for a visit wi;h their Meads
In the "Sunny South.''
E.liolt R Page and Edward II. Goreo. two
wheelmen cf St. Lern, arrhtd in the city rridiy
en Hryclcs. They are cn their rctcrn froca
Cicvelai'd O. The distance they traveled cu
wtetla ilnce they left home is 1.3C8 miles.
The young ladies of the Presbyterian Chun.ii
he d a iestivs.1 oa Jackson's lawn, Tue?diy even
Irz, and the young ltdies of tae M. E. e huroh r.eld
fcMivalia Moore'a block on Eri-lay evenin?.
Trey were well patronized and gcod ftmounts net
ted for the churches.
Tte High School Alumni Thursday eeains
clect. d the fol'owing ofticer: Georse S. Wiisoi,
Pretident: Linea Ranks, Ylce President; Secre
tary, R. E. Eracit; Treasurer. Sam c. Mitcaell;
Execuuve (omnrittee: G. H. Coopsr, Class
Jetsie Randeli. 'W: Yickie WiKon. Aa M.
New, S2; Carrie Faurot, Tiliie Ne v, '81, and
Ed II. Deery, '!.
AS OniEKS SEli US.
Ar Faltern Kforter cn the Indianap
olis I'ollce Fcrce,
A Plnkertsn D&tectlve'a Opinion The
Record ol the Crlmlcal Court
The St Loula Idea.
"Ey the way," taid a newsj apr correspondent
and editcr, who was recently visiting friends in
this city, oa bis return tome to Pennsylvania
from New Orleans end a tour ol tte South, ' your
I olice force is the subject of no little comment
East and South. You have relieved many cities
of some oi their wont characters by cap
turing Rnd sending them to priäcn when
they have viiited Indianapolis. The
I apert frequently contain local mention of certain
men well known to the writers, es having at list
gone to prison from Indianapolis. If you could
stand away frcm your heme as I have been doln?,
you would know bolter how true this Is. Tee New
York, EalUmore, Philadelphia, and even Boston
papers have frequently refcrrel lo the force of In
dianapolis ashavlDsmade a notable arrest, wind
ing up with remarks on Ueadroitue&s of tne oiim
insl and the inabilitv of their owa poliC3 to cip
ture him where he was tct kDown."
"icu seem to know something cf police and
their work as well as ol polities and expositions, "
"Any penon who reads the papers knot's the
things, was the response. "Looi at a e-e bdll
club. If it is at the bottom cf the li-t of litogae
teams, every man who ever attend! tae pa;ns
knows it as well as he kiov ne
name o! the ebacirdou c'.'tb. Meu wno
watch jelice work and ail xitrw-piper men o
can tell you whtie toe best fores are maintained
and wLni Is their seciet of succsis aui lailure."
"Ccrttin y. a prominent mania my town west
w;on, and was relieved to have gon-j to Chica .
Ch!ct.o has a fine force in many respsc-s. t it
tbere is too much red lare la tho ytem. Hovr
ever, word was telegraphed to the chief for his
antst, but It did no go;d. Ke$ponsc was nude
thtt he was not in the ciiy. Taiee days later Le
eameinrnd j;ae himteif up. A'nera the po'.K-e
are ro slow is it any wender that our correspond
ent thers m reply to a telegram asking for ptrtio 1-
lars taid he had not been arrested ? Yes. and m re
than thf.t, it is actually asserted that the chief did
not know of it bitsselt uatll c man w.ii seat o i:
tobTinst the rl'oner t( k "
That's a pretty ton-ht story."
'But it's true, tnoucn. The police forci of a citr.
like every other onmnized institution In a city, is a
rehx of the character of tho town. Chicago used
to te a test place, it is b coming fciUgimu. i.ow
at Cincinnati. With all of her differences amou
thoe ontrolling the force, and the la"k of sts'.cti
and a rluld prosecution of violators of the law, is
lttnywcnder that at one time tho jail of Haraii
ton County contained twenty-three murderers .' Ii
St any wonder that the elequenceof a great crim
innl lawyer turned a jury aud a young murder's
escape from the gallows caused a three days
riot in the city, the destruction cf the Court
bouce, and the Io of many live, and compelled
the KDdiDg iowu to that corner of the ."state near
ly all the military of the State befora the terrible
battle was ended 7"
"But our Criminal Court is a great factor iu all
"Yes. and it is creditable to the county that
your iTiminai juae is not to oa turned from
tne Urict administration of his oitic3 by
the blandishments of tho friends of pr:s
oners. I understand that in tho pat
jenr 321 rriecuera have gone North, bedlea filrty
eight boys who have been sent to the Refor ai
Sihooi. To be plaia and still conservative, yjur
f'Oiice lorce is not large enough by at least one
iaif ; but it is neatly dresicl, male up of psrfect
tyi es oi physical men, and nj oue ever accm s
tte men of standing iu with thieves. So mm h
t an not te said of other forces over the country.
A Pinkerton detect! re recently told mo ttio
Ind'ansioils poiico forco is doing better work
than the force of any other city in the L'nion. by
tbo iay, one of your men weut to Cincinnati t'ie
oincr day to get a prisoner and i&iieito briuthlin
l ack because oiaa alleged defect la the reuui-l
tlrn papers. This was remedied, and then the
otticers of tbat city damanded the identification of
the prisoner, which was also done. Then they re
luf ed to allow him to be brought here. Your otll
ccr bit them harder than he knew when bore
marked: 'All right, gentlemen. I am not sur
pi bed at the riot you had hero last ycr."
"What i the trouble with other forces?"
"Too much politics The meu would all li
Letter, but the political system they aro compelled
to erve keeps them in cnccat. oao or tao ohiceri
of my town i racked a quantity of stolen goods tn
St. Louis recently. He got a policeman detailed
to go clown the street with him, an I boon locate 1
the coons in a house kept by a Bans of thie vs,
The visiting oflircr waited togo ia andiecuro ti3
poofs, Lot hu efficient a"iiant said uo-thata
warraut must bo put in the band ot a constable
tobercrved. course, tho p.oodt ri3vcr etite
lai k. H l,5ii la a Rood town for thteve- an 1
cut throats, but a poor p ace for police. The saui
cii.cirs saw a thief across tho strict
catch a pot'kfthook from a rV.lcotltg
CJeik. 'iß crowj rait-i a cry nil
started la purou.t, but the d. I ouls po'lccimn
did not join in trii' pursuit. No. he eppe l Into a
sicre ana iciepnouc'i to nenuouarters the far t,
at.d artuslly tare the llrer-tioa the thief tok.
They prot-ably failed intntci hlta."
"1 tuisvihe H a 1 1 til o beiirr, but tlicsatm trouble
Is t be found there. Too much red tape, ton
much politic. Ocoidoiiaily, however, a pai a of
virtue rausca a ccix ra.! leaning out of the diMis of
. vice In certain steilou, and for several weoka a; a
llrno there is peace and qu el la two town; but tt.e
Mil order or tnmes mou conos iack, and scan
rj nraim is joined to n.n Pioi."
üüi: coLouvii rniEXDs.
illlf.M M. I.c wis Int itoue to New Albany.
Waller W. prks contemplates locating at Mil
Proftfor Asbury Knox 1 tiilttug his brother at
Protfsior Ktnx. cf St. Louis, is atoppiog at t'c
cn '.(ai lorrt row oars.
lhoxaas Jsckion.of St. Louis, was slgt sei six
in ibetiiy ou yesterday.
Miss su'ie I'ralford. of Mrthmllle, p;nt 1 st
cai-uaui a i ice lioosivr capnai.
M s pearl Johnson 1 th gu-kt of Mrs, Joan
litilford. of I isniliu. this tatw.
l:tv. It. T. Atnlermii. of JeTsrs nurllle, is bi lag
ciitertained by frleu it la this city.
km, i.emaei liraui'on, er Groenwoi, madj a
lu!uoa trip to the city oa nit Redact lay.
Mrs, f arollr.e Graysoa I ierloaly til with con
sumption at her residence cu West hirst trcc.
The otreicht lliüe tarliclpateJ in the prei
sten with credit to themjclrrsoa Deesratioa Day.
Professor Robert A. Roberta, of Charlottiviile,
was in tho tliy daring the early part of this weak.
John Francis weut to et. Loula to arten 1 the
funeral d Harry Seccd, a former resident of tliN
Srceer Wrtjht. of Eroad It!: pie. Is being enter-
talbcd by Mii.1iumc Jonuaou, oa West North
Jol n W. Icdlcntt is uflerlng with the typhoid
pneumonia at bis rooms oa vies: Ytasniugtoa.
Rev. D. R. Roberts, of the Vermont street
Church, went fast ta attend Important budueas
lor nis cnorcn oa lait ihurscay.
ft. Mary's Temple cf United Slsten of friend
ship cure an xcvllcnt social f t their hall oa list
Wednesday and Thursday evenings.
Mrs. Ssrah Rterley. of Grtcnvilie, Mls.. wl 1 bo
entertained by Mrr. Cfara James at .FO North Ten
nessee street aurlng the heated term.
The funeral servires of Miss Sarah Johnson, the
arrompltbd daushtT of Peter V. m. Johnson,
and at cno time one of the corps of city teachers,
FOR THE HOT WEATHER
We will cfibr a big lot
Another choice selection
variety, Wash Crapes in
India Linen, printed in
figures, and macy-other
A big lot of New
ces (full skirt width) with Narrow Embroidery
saw them o cheap.
We open to-morrow another Choice Lot of
row Laces to match.
Lisle and Silk Hose. !
Lisle and Ganzo Underwear. j
To-morrow we will offer a lot of Silk Hose at 75 centg, anjd lot of
7nw--nTii?nr! Lisln HoRfi-Tiure (roods. Also a lot of fine British Sobs, sum-
a V W j aSar Sb r ar V SSBM ai as ar aaaMaa v mm w - - - - I
mer weight. A big steck of Gauze and Lisle Underwsar. Soo thp Jersoy
Vests in Gauze, for ladies.
Special offering to
were conducted oa last Thursday ft 3 o'clock p.
m. by a larve concourse ol admiring friends. .
Cards arc out for the no.ptlr.is of Mr. J. Otto
Glbbs aud Miss Fannie Fleming, both of this city,
which occurs on next Wednesday afternoon.
Mrs. Eliza Hlnes. reeidlne at 430 North Illinois
street, who has been a pupil In the art studio,
bids lair to become an artist or no mean ability.
A grand musical entertainment was given at
Zion A. M. K. Church on lat Wednssday nicht.
inote who lallca to attend missed a rare musical
"Jug breaking" was iadulced iu at the Fecond
EaptUl CMirca on last Tnurslay evening. A
bauclsome s.um ol money was lealizsd for the
The delicacies of the s?asou were served iu ap
propriate sty le at tho strawberry and lce-cn;iu
Icfctlval clveu at ßetbcl Church ou last Tuesday
Dev. 11. H. Thompson, of Alien cnap-jl, preach-
ej an able andeiidcttvadiscour-ie on the reiuious
life and charncter of Alexander Wilson, on last
Tev. William A. Alexander, ol tho N'lnth Pres
byterian Church, left the city na last Monday to
address the alumni of BMdle Dnlveralty at Char
lotte, N. C. His pulpit will bw Hd d tins morning
and evening by Rev. W. A. Patton, of tho Sixth
Pcv. John Rallzly will preach at the First Fa
glish Lutbciean Oiurch to-day.
Rev. J. R. Mitchell will cendurt the fcrylces at
the I'lith Presbyterian Church to-day.
Rev. W. J. Howe will preach at the Central
Christian Church at the usual hours.
Iter. J. Albert RondtLaler will conduct the ser
vices at the Tabernacle church to day.
Iter. N. A. Hyde will preach at tbo Maylloor
Courr?ational Church at tic usual hours.
Pev. J. V. Cowan sviil preRCh nt the United Pres
byterian Church this morning and evculng.
Itcv. Jaraei McUod will preach tt the sp.yid
Pr rl j terian Church at the usual hours tO-Ca y.
The Gospel Misioa boctcty win hold sprviccs
to nkht at tho corner of Wo tand Market stre et.
Thcrrwlllbe preschlng morning and evening
rt the First Pasbjtcriaa Church by Rev. M. I,
Ttf re wiil be preaching morning and evening at
the Meridian street thunh by Key. John a la
Rev. A. If. Carrier will pirsch this morntng
the Fourth Picbytcriaa Ciiurcn. No evcairu
Finer A. W. l attiett. of the C herry Htre't Mis
hu, will hold a Dib'.o rca iiu? la the Mtlitery
Paik to day,
Pet. c. P. Jacob will ptcach at the Korlli P. ip
tist i b nrt li in tbo absei. cj ot tho pastor tuts
lr.oiuli g Slid CNCUlUK.
Kev. I. H. MrCfMinrll will prc-h at Robnt
l'ara Chur h thl inoriiln?., and itsv. F. Tinnier
will occuj y the pulpit la tiio evening.
l: v. Thomas P.. l.rwl, or Iowa., corami-.!c'er
to the General Assembly, will t raj.y the pulpit at
tl e Seventh Prtbj terian C&tueh ta day.
Preaching moruh'g sn l evening at the Central
Avenue (burch by Iter a. Msrlor. Moruuig
aubltt-t: "David. tt Hebre Ktu." llveuliii
sut.'ect: "Paul, the t'hrlstlaa Martyr."
Rst W.C. Day will condart the ervlcs at tbe
First t'nltrd Urethren Cutircn todsy. Mortiinjt
subject: "Prlostt ..ol of t'nrlt " Kunings ib
,t(t: Ittstoiatiüii of Christian Virtue."
!(;.(.(?. McCullocU will rrearhat tip l'lym
outu Church at the usual her to day. Morning
subject: "Things to Think Oa." Kvcnlm: "rhu
Caiacity of Human Nature for llcrolo Actiou."
TruBteo Ilitz'd Report for Miv.
Number of applications
Number of at Plb ants aided
Number of applicants rcf isod
4Ji grocery c-rders at I.' f
21', loads coal at ll.'J .
1 1 half cords wood, average fi'J'
f 1,141 43
Kxtcniive preparations art making for tbe
annual meet and tournament of tbe Indiana
Wheelmen, which takei place Jone S and 9.
SeTeral yalnable prizes are ofTerfd, and there
ii a ircipect of eharp and exciting coropetl
t!cn. A number of expert from different
parte cf tbe ccuntry are egpe:'.ed.
of Dress Goods suitable
of French Satteens. Embroidered and; Printed
Ginghams, Scotch and French Ginghams in great
Cream, Pink, White and
colors, beautiful goods;
novelties. Also a big lot
Patterns open to-morrow,
Black Laco Flounces.
Cream Laco Flounces.
Also the Lace Nets for Overdresses.
- morrow of New atyl03.
OCCIDENTAL SHOE STORE,
PAUL H. KRAU3S,)
SHIRT - MI A. Kim R
And Retailer of Men'ß Fino Furnishing Gcjjdff,
20 AND 2S NORTH PENNSYLVANIA STREET.
N. 15. Shirts mai?c to orJcr a
WE ARB STILL IN THE jLEAD
Inllio CAlil'ETand WALL IMl'KK Tradi.
Our Cloan, jpz?ogUl Eitool
And our low 1 jict a aro so In contrast with Ce old style and rat ta e:i is of the jock of nr.ecf oar
icjuijtllfrs tt al wc haTC dcic adrtrlüi businfai. T:oe whc4
LOOK ALL OVIÜU TOWW j
Finally buy of ui.ro that tbcro 1 rtalJy no we to to licwhcre. We can aal wll p:cs'yoi. Oir
OAK.PETS AND lAlJiJJOT'.LlTG-S.
In allgradei are Now, F!)lUh an I Neat; w bile la I
We kimrlrdcfr eouji rC'I
40 GoutH XVXorlclltiUL tx-ootj
.. . . . , ... ... -1
NONE BUT BEST WORKMEN EMPLOYED.
Dealer in Gas Fixtures and Gasoline. Gas Machines.
V7ell3 Sri? on at Very Kcttomblo Frlocs. I
c;u33V PS ''OO EEOS "gZ S"Vi?
'inon hi ?i -avoio xhiaro crA'rü
join o o oijoag. inn coa pnn ) oqj jcj y
Uf'.S BTTjsa V "it
for the warm Weather.
Blue, Plain andjStnpad;
Printed Swiss ill shaded
of Lawns from i cents up.
in 45-inch Swis Floun
to match. You never
these goods, with Nar
P. WASSON & 00.
W h&vo a large atso.tsient of thci e
very dcsirablo and vcrj o&iy wcarlDff
Slaoea. - :
Prices, S3 50 td $5 50.
B, C, D, B acd EG wid
ha; sizes. 1 t
7 Flsxiblo BolO SllOCB,
0 an! up
Corner Washington lnd Illinois.
X A P E Rl
'ii. AWNING?. CURTAIN?, l.'tc. !