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BVKNINU llttl.UtTIN. HONOLtlM,, T. II., Kill DAY, MAIL 25, 1910.
SPECIAL SALE of
PLAIDS, STRIPES AND DRESDENS
Regular 25c; ipecial 20c. a yard
Regular 30c; " , 25c. "
Regular 40c.; , " 30c. "
Regular 50c.; " 40c. "
Regular 60c.; " 45c. "
Regular 65c; " 50c. ' "
Regular 75c; " , 60c. "
SALU 11KCJINS THUKSDAY 'MOIININO
SPECIAL SALE OF
"' "'- I6-BUTT0N SILK GLOVES
' $1.25 per pair reduced to 05c. a pair. Colon: Black,
White, Tans, dreys. Best quality. ,,
SACHS' DRYGOODS 00.
Corner Fort and Bcrctania Streets Onnosfce Fire Station
Dare You Throw
V M mmmmmmmmmw HHIMHIIHHBBB
'Burning coals thrown on a
roof of Ruberoid harmlessly
sputter away and die out. .
They do not set fire to the
Ruberoid. They do not set
fire fo the timbers underneath.
1 'Yet ar'oof ofRube'roid is
more than mer,e protection
It is protection against the
cold of winter. Being a per
fect non-conductor of heat, it
keeps the warmth of the house
It is protection against the
heat of summer. It keeps the
building cool by keeping the
sun,'s heat out
-'Seventeen Yean of Test
And it is more. It is wind
proof, rain proof, snow proof.
It resists acids, gases, and
fumes. Because of its great
flexibility, it is proof against
contraction, expansion, and the
twisting strains which every,
roof must bear.
A roof of Ruberoid is prac
tically a one-piece roof.
For with every roll comes
the Rubcrinc cement with
which you seal the scams and
edges seal them against the
weather and against leaks.
You will, find many roofings
which look like Ruberoid but
none which wear like
For the first buildines ever
more than sev- II U OC
enteen years (iMDTarons.i.riTixTomci ready roo fines.
arn' - are still B sura to look for this reatatered trsdtmsrk Tn --t (,),
ago. arc bum which liUmpdeTery four ft en Uwui.d.r lOgettniS
waterproof and iiinuinBanniiii, .nisii roar pro. book, address
,,r ,. , . tettlonu'liuuubitltutriwhlchnunrdeolrm
Weathertlght. bmtnlr KM m Ruberoid. RnbrreUl U told US,
cirluaiTcljr br nf. W will tell roa Bior ahot
Rubtrold when you Mod for th frt book.
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.,
177 SOUTH KINQ STREET
PATTEN 18 COMING HOME;
' ENGLISH PRESS CAUSTIC
No Sympathy for Mobbed Wheat King,
8o He Boards Stecmer for New
f LONDON, March 12. James A. Put
ten, tho Chicago speculator, who wns
.jtistleil and (liken' out of tho Mun
cheVter Cotton ICxchnngo yestorday,
sailed today from Ilverpool for New
York on board tho steamer Muurota
bin. . . -I Tho English press, generally strung
for law and order, oxlnnds no sym
pathy for Mr. ration In his Manchester
exporlonco, Tho Westminster 'On
ii'lto" says Ibduy.
"We aro glad thai tho American cot
ton king got out of tlin Manchester
Exchange with nothing worse than
some hustling and hooting, but can
not profosB any sjmpatliy for his
.("Men, who maku corners In law ma
terlalB, in men, llfo ami lalmr aro no
, longer, sent to prison, but they cannot
reasonably expect to bo wolcoiun.1 by
'tho ptortto'whb have Buttered through
mo run rnnii iinzciie says:
''It would lie dltlleull to dinw Iho
llui' between Iho legilluialo and tho Il
legitimate In market methods, but that
These buildings are trie old
est roofed with any ready
roofing. Ruberoid was by
several years the first.
And of more than 300 sub
stitute roofings on sale today,
not one can employ the vital
rlcment which makes Ruber
oid roofing what it is.
This vital element is Ruber
oid gum made by an exclu
It is this wonderful 'Ruber
oid gum which gives Ruber
oid roofing the life and flexi
bility to withstand seventeen
years of wear where other
roofings fray out in a few
These substitute roofings
are made to resemble only the
Ruberoid can also be had in
colors. It comes in attractive
Red, Brown, and Green suit
able for the finest home.
The color is not painted on.
It is a part of the roofing. It
does not wear off or fade.
Get This Free 'Book
Before deciding on any roof
ing for any purpose, get our
free book, ' which tells what
we Jiavc learned in. tWenty
years of tests about all kinds
of roofing. This book is
frank, fair, and impartial. It
tells all about
shingles, t i n-,
II III II tar, iron, and
there is such n lino Is tho confident
Judgment of our common morality, lo
which Iho Manchester Kxchangn has
given rough and ready execution."
A I.lvcrK)ol merchant received from
Now York today this rablo messago;
"Is Iho roixirt of the treatment of
Patlon m Mniic'iojivr true? Kiiglaud
pretends friendship for America.
Would henthcnlsh Chlnebo bo guilty
of this? Pulton Is onu of America's
Tho recipient of tho cublcgram re
piled: "Liverpool resents Manchester treat
ment of Patten. Tho best Mnuehesloi
men aro ashamed and personally feel
tlm discourtesy strongly."
Mr, Patten was to have paid a visit
to tho Cotton Kxchunge before sailing
today, but. abandoned his purpose.
Mr. llryan wns at first doscilbed
ns a meteor limiting across the polit
ical llrinament. Now he Is unani
mously recognized as a fixed star.
i Washington Star.
The Florida poots'nro composing
lodes In Speaker Cannon. Slowly, but
'Hiiiely, tlml man Is gnlllug ml t lint's
coining tn lilm,
CATANIA, Mnr. 24. Mount Aotnn Is In llio inost violent eruption
for ninny years. A twenty-foot wall of lava Ik sweeping down upon vil
lages beneath the volcano, an J vast destruction of property Is Inevitable.
Twelve entirely new craters lrivc
active, iinti tncy are regarueu no inrenioning n mucn Greater eruption.
The meteorological station, maintained for many years ns n sclcii
title, observatory, has been utterly destroyed by the How of lava. Oblit
erating everything In Its path, the great wall of lava Is devastating
thousands of acres of fertile land and destroying large portions of Sev
ern! villages. Its progress .has been slow, so that inhabitants have
been able to escnpo with their lives.
The government has sent soldiers, ..doctors and engineers to the
scone. Martial law has been declared In part of the affected district,
and n corps of engineers will study the course of the lava flow.
There Is a tremendous rish of American tourists to tho scene of
the lava Dow, ns sightseers.
MORE PITTSBURG GRAFT EXPOS URE.
l'lTTSlltmo, Mnr. 21. Six more councilmcn have confessed to
having luken bribes. This makes 11s total of twenty-six members of the
city council who liavo confessed t heir guilt, and who now hope for
Immunity. Forty were Indicted.
During the hearing today a f ormcca councilman who was under
examination fainted on the wltuvs s stand, Under the strain of tho
exposure of his guilt, he collnpscd, ;i ml it, was: lieccssarj to adjourn tho
TWO PARTY MEN SOUND WARNINGS.
CI.KVI2I.ANI), O., Mar. 21. llx-Oovernor liorrlrli. In o speech be
foro the Tlppecunoo Club, tonight charged tho Republican party with
gross oxtrnvngnnco In national expenditures. Kx - Secretary Onrfleld
also ultcred a warning to tho pruty. lloth utterances arc regarded ns
of profound significance nt the present tlmo of threatened party dis
ruption. ' ,
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INDICTMENT FOR LYNCHERS.
CAIItO, 111., Mar. 24. Twelve persons hac been Indlrtod for riot
ing and attack on the Jail In the lynching affair of February IT.
i i mt
MENELIK IS DYING.
I ADDIHAIIKUA, Mar. 21. King Mencllk Is dying.
SOON TO RETIRE
STANFORD UNIVERSITY March
3. President David Starr Jordan
who slneo Its Inundation has been pre
sident of Stanford University, an
nounced his dctntiulu itlnn today to
nblde by the letlicnirut nilc of tho In
Istltutlon mil leslgn his position In
'IPifi. whrn he will huve cached "the
jngp of sixty-five jours.
Dr. .Ionian, iiihiii his retirement,
will apply for Iho benefits of iho Car
liegle Pension Kund for tho advance
ment of learning and will accept n
yearly Income of $4 000 In place of
jho $10,000 a year he Is now receiving
ns administrative hend of tho univer
sity. Announcement of the president's
plans was ma.lo nlmost casually nt a
meeting today of tho university con
ference, mid the news occasioned no
Ilttlo urpriso and discussion nmong
students and members of tho faculty.
Would Devote Time to Research.
According to Dr. Jordan the deci
sion Is the natural result of the action
of tho university trustees, when In
1906, thuy decided that tho professors
of tho university should take advan
tage of tho (tension benefits of tho
Carnegie Kund and tnmply with tho
rule of that foundation by retiring
when (hoy reach tho ago Is sixty-five
Dr. Joidun is today flfty-nlno years
old mid he says t Is his desire to
abide liy tho rulo mid for six years
devoto himself to work of research,
frco from the cures of administra
Tho action of tho university trus
tees In placing tho institution under,
the piovlsluns of the Carneglo fund
whb taken only ufter tho decision was
agreed to by tho members of the fac
ulty, none of.whom wu sthen over fifty
five years old.
25 Years of Active Work.
When Dr. .Ionian retires he will have
completed u quarter of a century of
active labor ut tho head of Stanford
University, lie was appointed lo thu
presidency In March, 1831, and In Oc
tober of that year, when the university
Mas opened, assumed contiol of lis uf
Wlint his plans for tho future villi
be, nfler his retirement six years
hence, has not been definitely deter
mined by Iho president. It is possible
ha may devote some tlmo to special
ized rcscuich on tho biology of war.
which helias In the past devoted much
study. Notable among his addresses
mi this subject Is that entitled "Tho
NEW BANK OF, FOR
AND BY THE LADIES
Fair Sex Will Run Institution and
the Only Male Person Employ
ed la Messenger.
LONDON, Mur. in. Homlay a
new bank, run by women for wo
men, will open heio. It is a brunch
of Farrow's hank. Tho only nialo
on the piemlbeu wilt bo u messenger.
Men will be excluded from being
depositors. Five bundled women's
Tl.unes already , aro enrolled, tho
greater number of them representing
new accounts, but some were trans
ferred from the control ofnee by re
quest Of femule clients. Everything
points lo the success of tho scheme,
Current areountB will be opened
from 12.1 nud deposit accounts from
l!.p. routs. TJie business hours will
fu lunger Hum In othor banks.
opened on the mountain. All nrr I
. NOT FOR PUBLIC
WASHINGTON. Mir. I Proofs of
Commander Peary's dlseoery of the
North Polo cuisrd :i row In the sub
committee of Die House Cominltti'" o i
Nnval AffaliH today. Two member i
of Iho National (IcngrapMcal Boctotv
appeal cil before the committee with
copies of Peary.proofs to' urge tin
granting of a suitable reward by Con
Kress, but the Committee declined t
receive them In conference nud tint
made It known that unless the Peary
proofs are forthcoming to lliclr full
satisfaction every hill Introduced 1 1
reward the discovery will be plgeoi
Three meiuberB of Iho committee
were In favor of recehlng the Peary
proofs without making them public.
Representative Macon hotly objected,
end after declaring his potdtlon, stalk
ed angrily from the room.
Professor (lamictt of the Const nud
Geodetic Survey and one of the mem
bers of tho National nongraphic So
city, which ncceptcd Peary's pnsifs
told the committee, that Mr. I'earj
would not let tho committee have tho
proofs for public purposes, because
ho wanted them for uso In newspupo.
and magazine articles. The prorcssoi
had with him a copy of the proofs, but
declined to submit them.
It wus staled by Professor Gannett
(hat u scientist who know his busi
ness could remain In Washington and
fix up astronomical observations and
instrument rccoids such lid a mini
might make at tho polo. Those could
not bo told from the genuine, It v,-Us
Itepcrscntalive Aloxandcr of Now
.York was piesent us thu personal rep
resentative of Mr. Peury and told the
committee that tho lutlcr would be
glad to ha'vo tho commit tee examine
the records, but ho would have tii see
Mr. Peary uguln and loam whether he
would consent lo have them published'.
Tho committee will take up the sub
Ject again npxt Tuesday,
TO FLY 8LOW IS NOW
THE AIR PROBLEM
Llllenthal, Who Says Wrights Owe
Him Royalties, Thinks He Has
nKRI.l'N, Feb. 21. Ouslav I.lllcn
thai, .formerly a railway engineer for
tho Australian Government, who with
his brother Otto invented tho curved
aoroplano surfuces adopted by tho
Wrights, believes (hut ho has patents
which would Invalidate tho Wrights'
He now announces that hu has per
fected n machine which cnu bo operut
od by one-lhlrd hortoovier and In
which u man can launch himself from
n housetop like a bird.
"My attorney believes I havo u good
case against tho Wilghls," said Mr!
Mlleiithnl today lo Thu Woild coires
IKindent. " He llilukH wo cun collect
royalties on our 1891 patent, which
they infringed, Hut I am convinced
Iho process would bo bo expensive, us
to' be piohlbltlve.
"At any rate the Wilghls have not
very materially piogressed ulong the
lines w,o developed. Anything with
wings will fly If sulllcleut motor kw oi
ls supplied. Tho problem Is to lly blow
ly. .My brother und I wero working
on iho pioblem bf flight' with minimum
horseiKiner when ho was killed. I
have pursued the experiments since.
I believe now Hint 1 have constructed
a machine which has solved tlio ijiios
The Prices are moderate
Hon. Tho apparatus Is now undergo
ing final weight tests. It can be
operated by one-third horsepower. This
means that It can bo driven by one
man power. To my mind It, is the solu
tion of night.
'I was led to my solution by watch
ing the albatross, which cannot rlso
when tho wind Is low. It gets up Into
the air by canting the curved wings
forward to the proper angle to get tho
wind pressure. When tho wind pres
sure is sufficient 1 rnlso tho wings of
my mnchlno In the sniue way, without
muscular or motor energy, Just like a
bird No energy is exerted to ralso
tho wings. Tho downward beat of tho
bird's wings Is produced by tho action
of the oiwrator's feet. n
"The Wrights adopted Iho curved
wings, which vvas half tho problem
Whcro they fulled to piogress Is In
fulling to further pursue the problem
of wing adjustment.
"Tho best flyer Is ho who can fly the
slowest. This Is nature's Ideal. Tho
Wrights nro nearer It than any one
clsu because they'Miiivo boen able to
uso less motor power.?
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TWO MEN ARE SWEPT
OVER NIAOARA FALLS
Boat Caupjht in Current 600 Feet
Above the Rapids and Over
NIAOAHA KAI.1.8 (N. V.), March
D. Struggling against the raging tor
rent, two men went to their death In
the rapids of thu Canadian channel of
Iho upper Niagara river this nftcr
iioon, Their wrecked ho.U ut thu foot
of thu Horseshoe fulls, wh'llo n rouplo
of broken oiirlilndcs flouting around
above the Ice bridge are all that re
main to tell their story.
The men vvoro llrst seen ut Port Puj
by James Cassldy und William Hill
two employees of the Hlutu roscrvu
Hon. Cusslily hoard u yell ami suw
two men struggling against the cur
rent about 1.5(H) feet from thu Aiucrl
can shora and about S'M) feet nbove
the head of tho rapids. Kniiu tho boat
struck thu rapids and ovci turned and
Iho men disappeared.
loiter tho wreckage appealed at tin
foot of iho Canadian Kails, Tweut)
minutes nfler tho boat dlsappcntet'
lleservatlou Ofllcer Alexander saw n
bod) rolling down Iho channel, pro
bably t00 feet from tho shore.
The Identify of iho men has mj;
Dr. W. M. M. Orav, Patholocist--Washington,
Mar. 9. Or. William
M. Merrick tlruy, pathoffiglst at the
army medical museum, and an nil-
thnrltv fUl V.rni trontmnnt tlrnntiail
dead heio today In bin liibnrntnr)
1 1 ni iieari iiihi-.n.e, ur, nr.iy
&7 years old.
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I offer for sale two exceptional bargains:
1 Large house, 8 rooms, mod
em and in bett condi
tion; large grounds. 02,
' 800 q. ft. Any reason
able terms accepted.
2 Five-room Ifouse and lot,
Middle St. This pronert"
is worth twice the price.
Easiest instalment plan
will be convenient.
Martin Grune, flgpi
SUGAR CANE STRIKERS
KILLING AND PILLAGING
Police En Route to St. Francis to Pro
tect Natives; French Crulicr on
1'OINT-A-IMTKK (tlundnhiupo) IVIi.
25, Forces of police have gone to St.
Krunels to protect tho natives there,
several of whom have been killed dur
ing Iho disturbances aiislug fiom Iho
strike of sugar caiiu cutlers, The stilk
ers have gathered at St. Francis mid
urn pillaging tho hiii rounding country
iml killing domestic animals for food.
Thu foi el en consulates nro guarded
by tho poller. .Several migni grinding (
fnetorles have been burned
Oovernor (lantrrt lislay announced
Iho arrival of reinforcements of troops
I nun Martinique, and Hint tho I'lench
iniiiiri'd ciulser. Victor Hugo vvas on
!n way hero to preserve onler.
Would Rescue Elk Chejonnc.
Wyo., Mar 9 tiovernor Ilrvoks, tho
State veterinarian, gumo warden and
food comiulsslouer, left this morn
ing for the Jackson Hole country
to look after the thousands ot wild
jell; said In be. starving nt Hull upp-
I Hon on necnunt of tho deep snow.
OURQANK IS CH008INQ
SEECS FOR EXPERIMENT
Wizard of Plants Is Durled In Task '5
- Involving. Great Plant Posslblll. '$
ties. .' ij
SANTA ROSA, March S. This has
been "seed selietlon week" with j
l.uthcr llurbank uud In coniciucucu
olio of tho busiest seasons of Ilia jenr. '
Mr. Ilurli.ink's seed litiusu Is a vvon- j
derful place, Unit Is, to him. of course, j
Hu has several thousand varieties c( 1
seeds selected and saved from last ,
enr for further experimental cuursm k
this season, lie handles the seed su-
leetlun himself and It would laku a:i 4
enoelniiiiedla to ascertain all Ilia ar-7J
led names. f 'j
Several new sVcles of thq spineless '
cncliiH will arrive nt perfection Uila
yi'ur, us well as plants, (lowers and 1
fruits that lui has been working on
for jears, Many people have a raise '
impression of Ilurlmnk's work. They i
seem to tlnk that changing tho.foim
of life of u plant species Is uccoiu- i
pllshed In a single season, The Jrutli '
Is that It often lakes many joaii, for .
him to arrive ut tho lermlintltm ut ij
Ills work on a single species. '