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sj Thf Salt 1akid tribune: Monday Mokotng, Jaxuary i , 1004. 7
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jfc Bodies Recovered
SfeKoirj Clallam Wreck,
UFEB3AT PICKED UP
Wpatroiiing Coast Search
ing for Bodios.
toK Thus Far Recovered Had on
iiiSj preservers. One- Being Found
jf In the Lifeboat.
Jan v-Tlir. t im Albion, .'ii
(JKy' from Vli i.' V.inniuvcr this
jiVifl pjrkf.i ii. :ir. 11..11 Nt. 1 j( iii.
Sr Clall. t. I' ain 1 .I.-- l !
it but 1 n" '
1 (jiBk'nti'"1 '
1 sJmthc dn'iihi' r ..f W .1 Harris, the
I'iKl Sulllis ..i m'. M I v - Harris
her w .i i' ' Vr H. 1 l:-i-
. at Croft.. ii ni r Victoria, B C
fcJfj'KkD LIl'i: PHI SKUV Kii i.'N
Eoat - ' 'denl ly lli" and
Ccd from th : Mi' i- Ii vv.is In Hi's
-vitbat Ml - ii m - '.Ulna
Cnown lo ha Linl.at k 1. Th- bode -itsLKias
Hard? nn.l Mi:- Palllr.s had
eer'-ers bin kl '1 around t !) m. Mlvs
u?Mwas Idr-i till. .1 hv fi ring marked
JSjfc mm.'' - n
fc; JsHbf ui.v-
,:.7J SEA U ' ' . r. mi
kRatrol the t for two da" In
bodies. Another body was
.up nlci ? t. n.-.i! p.. aeon
i "Hi nrnri 'i t Ti.;. I. : l wua
.VK as a. "i Mi - i i Dlproae,
"'-c,Bo in n 1 i' 1 ':
1 'Qflknia. sii "ii .' to Vlc-
SiMgHplak Mt-r, Mr.- J. W.
ri:jbod of Mi--- Hallatcly. 'laughter
j 'i of the
K ( M . . . i Vi '
KHvin laic I'..!- i.'i. ;-iiotn from oft
-SliiSBF0' 11 ' n dork hand
Wstatlon iii Wi.-.' Ji ri
i GROUND FOR HOPE
ttbt but Thnt Passengers and
ew in Boats Perished,
rnsend AYash.. Jan 10 No fur
pi hao bcn received hero from
td passenger steamer lallam,
la little or no ground for hope
Of tin- passeng. rs or crow will
Mlve. All da y.-u-rdny a ..i
Into ihf night the storm k-i t
H, making the work of the
tug? njMk-.-.l in tin- .war h for
nd wreckage, one of difficult?.
Jer ho 'I. In v.- r ii r. i . .1
ic live brought here yesterdaj
teen Idenuih-d, the fourth pmv -i
the- r.. maliiH of C Johnson
k, a relative of 'hlf Jn-il.
the Provincial court This body
Iflec i in. ni ..i .i letter id
i Judge 1 lum-f. dated In Port
nd signed "Acnoti "
I bod Is il. it .. Arrhlc Hud-, r
ian conn. --t -- i with iho steward'!
It Tliu tug Sta !,lon r. turned
jmornlni; fr..m th.- vicinity .f
:, brlnjrlnt' i 1 1 a pmall iiat. -turn
and no mows of tho loca
fr Of I lie wn ck or of the vlc
e disa.-l. r
'clock thi.M aftt-rnoon the tus;
return, d from a day's search,
llch coi'inririlcatcd with all
lltS alol'iK III. .- h : s ; . .Iu a
1th the rcniiit that a fore., of
nteei ai w ar f iii ,.,n , .
ach. wi-ii. three htoam launches
Uflts from tlv Pulled States cm
are . nn iK' -I In Iho waters ad
the -i.ori Pndi-r t. - airangr
y bo-ll- s w iii. Ii .li In shon ward
oovercd. Tho remains of Eagene
BB tnk- ii l' .la in n w cial boat
ne in Ftidnv Harbor. The other
c still held here- awallln la-E
vHHtim Tlle Shoe St nne y 1)
i9HateHi so, -iii , the -iiok-
sjwatch iv. i j sun i N . .
'llMliw.. "a6 ...II'.. I ;L- -al 'l" .li.oill.
XP?m& hoepiritm- And xtlll the .k-UdiaKceed-
l 2 Jfce read r,i make ih'-m
by bi. in. tlier two shoe-
7i!l'B which oiifflu to be of sharply
. .'jpailng .
3 Stf lpemariii f..i th. t
But Sun d i
iftJIvjpn Harlem Brooklyn and Jersey
1 5Ben exij;.-.-. p. ipply It Man-
LJjkfcrs ai,. o ii s.-i'.hng i ij the
-..Vw Btrk "-arki-t !.ii l;i- nuantlllcs of
: PB4. Srreen. w hi;.- blue arm oi ari.;e
JtrlngN . r Mi, other material
jtfAJJv could ' " : "M ''' noi-t
'Nvi' Sf I.-- j.t I''i Ur-e-:-
g"Bre j.ni . ii.is, ,1 voluntaril) as I.-,
1 ijjJKj Cn be made. Tlv l.o '-II 1 .
i each. 1 j.i ii i . i limoi -av thai,
flBdd a'd "Jt '" "" 1 th'"'
Bnts iin i!i
7vm ot ll" " h
ll. wBI,u'f' r ooli.i . .iiiil.liu'tl.iir-
J'J'J'slWie atid v.l-,te ,,f Columbia, the
p. an bia. ". ..i i 'i in. .t.,n, the red
rtfitfF1 01 P' l n;. lvanl.i. and tin.- red
sOSssW116' ciae ptured the
'Chlldrel, r a I I . I I ; ; t; e
0f O" - .1 I-
e 5K8t ar '' M ' "' ""' clty 1lui'1-
H Opteri i inive opened
!M&of ln d of
lif "iBrtng P.i, taUk-lit The
tuition Jlghtly. I. ul Hie
Tx&fBk 001,1 oi
n trjtlBr 0r" r''yu', r'' the craze was
psBiaG0 In 1 1
rijlSdavchoo! , ni;. , 1 1,,,:'.' .Manv your.K
ISBhaVe ..,;.l.' i . ill of
ttraHfe and :.n- l.rni.lli
JStiSiltK, abnin . I,. -
Klplred t.. m
fhoestrinf; tVnteli fob naze Ifl
WP have m !en,.(. , i.r ; "imiii' r .it
gflttP1 ' "yentlon- in Ar-bury Pink. New
r M. E. Keunr. Dead.
(JflBonvllle. i;;, 10.-M. V.
a SSSMPt San. Franci.-.". .'.i. .1 hero t -Ljl
I'yBlls son, p. 1 i Kniiii Hi i
fja't Sliss p.n Opportunity
fe3'' or r. oo Hats fo-- Jl "a.
$M TERRY U ' " UKU1'"K ,
HARD TO PLEASE.
Spaniards Object to Selection of For
mer Archbishop of Valencia, and
Home Jan. 10. Vatican authorities
are greatly displeased because of the
Spanish demonstrations against Mon
slgnoro Noznloda, feirmer archbishop of
Valencia It Is said at the Vatican that
the appnininv-nt was Intended to grat
ify the spnnish people, n Archbishop
Noznleda was one of Spnln'f own pre
lates who was struck most severely by
the Spanish-American war and who
through that war lost the prominent
position which he held In the Philip
pines, The- Vatican now finds that the ap
pointment has caused general dissatis
faction and while some persons look
upon it as displeasing to Americans. It
has Undoubtedly failed to please the
The Spanish Government, through
Embassador Deuuguera. has informed
the vatl. nn that It IS ready to suppress
any manifestations against Archbishop
Noxaleda, and that It will support hi?
CAN TURN NEGROES WHITE.
X-Rny Drives Color F'om Skin, and
Blacks May Tr?ke Tieatment.
To change the hue of a negro to
make a A'hlte man out of a black one
has always been reckoned among , the
world's Impossibilities, but a recent dls
covery at the University of Pennsyl
vanla shows that the transformation Is
perfectly feasible and that the blackest
Ekln can be mnde white through the
ag. ncy of the wonderful X-ray
The discovery was made- Incidentally
while negroes were being treated with
the rays for cancer und lupus, and al
though no attempt has leon made to try
the efTcet of the light upon the skin of a
healthy negro, e-t there Is no reason to
doubt that the rays could be employed
for the sole purpose of whitening the
skin, and that before long some one will
hang out the sign, "Complexions
Bleached to any Desired Shade."
Dr. H. K Pancoast the skiographer
of the university hospital, noticed that
after negroes had been treated for some
time with the- rays the skin became
gradually whiter, and that after a long
time the surface became perfectly white
In every place that the light touched
The condition is apparently permanent,
for some Of the negroe have not been
treated for many months, yet the skin
remains as white as after the last treat
ment. A typical case Is detailed. The negro
and a very black one he is, has been
treated for lupus for nearly a year, and
II 1 an 1' E n that part of his nose and
part of the forehead are eiuitc white
'i In parts are the only ones that have
been subjected to the X-ray, the re
mainder of the face having been always
cove-red wlih foil during treatment The
white colored skin Is exactly like that of
an ordinary white man and presents a
perfectly healthy appearance; it is nat
ural skin, but the former coloring has
disappeared) because the rays have de
stroyed the pigment which caused It.
The same condition Is met with now
and then In negroes' who, though per
fectly healthy otherwise, have had the
coloring cell die out, when white
patches appear. The X-ray Is a most
IKAverful agent of the destruction, and
under its Influence the pigment Is totally
destroyed and there Is no power to re
pioduce it, giving the skin a permanent
There Is no reason lo believe but that
a healthy negro could bo whitened by
having the coloring matter bleached
fiom his rkln. and the only question is
w bother or not the patient would be
able to stand the treatment applied n
extensively The X-ray will not only
destroj the pigment, but. If applied with
enough force. It will entirely kill the tis
sues, and this sort of a burn Is the worst
known to medicine. But with a mild
application extending over a long space
Of time the burns could be avoided. In
the cases treated at the university hos
pital there were no burns whatever, und
the patients are perfectly healthy. It
seems possible to gi. the treatment
without Impairing the health of the subi
T... Dtn. .-.. wl.'.lo r .1 i,i I I I I .. n. th.. t,.t
that the .--kiri la made white by the rays,
did noi eaio- to discuss the dermatologl-
ai side of th- discovery. He said "
have found in the cases of negroes
treated for otic i and lupus that the
."kin Is made white under the rays, and
the change :-.nis to be permanent, for
the pigment Is destroyed. There is no
reason why a healthy negro should not
be made white as well as an affected
one. but s-uch ail experiment would be
decidedly out of the professional line,
and I must leave the test to some quack
doctor. It would be rather a foolish
proceeding, and one of some danger,
but I suppose that it would be done If
any on cared r try u In my case the
X-ray has been applied rather gently
and not very often, and the i hange in
the color of the skin has be-tn gradual."
Tin- possibilities, if the discovery be
not fraught with danger, are umazlng
to contemplate. Face specialists would
be sure lo take up the subject and so
devilop 't tnat th" oji. ration iould be
rformed with perfect safety The ap
pl! atlon would not at all be confined to
negroes, but the face "bleach" that is
now used on many women w 1th more or
ii sr. harmful results, might be none
away with and the rays of the Roentgen
light employed to banish the objection
able sallow or dusky complexions.
Tin- iicxi sl i w III i' for nmi one fb
find a way that kinky hah can be mad
straight, and then It will be- f-lmply a
mattei of dollars with any negro who
may desire to become a "real" white
person Philadelphia Record.
Or. the Menu.
"What have you In the larder?" asked
the . annlbal ling of his chief.
"Not so much today, your slevated
ness." explained the ehef "Nothing ex
cept a printer and un actor"
"Oh, well, f. thnu up some way."
Th'- chef bowed several times and
rubbed his hands together.
What nr.'. you waiting foi "' asked
the cannibal king
Would your serenely altitudlnoui I -cellency
deign to suggest some method
of preparing the two persons some new
dish, for Instance, that would be pleas
ant to your royal palate "'
"Don't go to any bother. Just put
the printer In the p und the actor in
the i upe "
And the tourt Jester stepped up and
. . : Igned. K. hange
"Won't it be splendid when we can
talk lo the peoph of Mars?" exclaimed
Mr. Meekton's wife
Mr. Meekton roused himself from his
:; mi-doze and exclaimed.
"What's the mutter, Henrietta" You
haven't got an through with the people
of this earth, have- you"' Washington
A TASTEFUL MORNING JACKET.
DESIGN BY MAY M ANTON.
NEGLIGEE WITH STOLE COLLAR 4601.
Morning Jackets or negligees thut mean comfort and relaxation jet are
tasteful and becoming ore- much In demand and 1111 a definite need. This one
Is made of pale pink French flannel dotted with white, the collar being all
white wilh u finish of cross-stitch embroidery in Bulgarian colors and design
The big collar with Its stole ends Is a feature and the Jacket Itself can be
gathered or accordion plaited as preferred The sleeves are wide and full and
allow a choice between th.- puffs atio-red Into narrow cuffs and th bell shape.
The- quantity of material required for a woman of medium size Is 5 yards 21.
yards 1'7 or yards 44 inches wide when negligee is gathered: 1 yards
21, 6t'a yards 27 or 376 yards 44 Inches wide when accordion plaiting Is used,
with -i yard of any width far collar and cuffs. A May Manton pattern, No.
4601 sizes C2 to 40 will be mailed to any address by the Fashion Department
of The- Tribune on receipt of ten cents. Use this coupon In ordering.
NOTE TO GEN. REYES
Secretary Hay Forwards One
to Colombian Envoy.
FOLLOWS LIMES FORMER ONE
Is in Rssponss to His Prolosl
Regarding Action U. S.
Diplomat's Second Note DirTered in
Some Important Respects From
First One to State Department.
Washington, Jan. 10. Secretary Hay
yesterday sent another communication
to Rafael Reyes, the Colombian envoy,
In response to his protest against the
action of the United States regarding
affairs on the Isthmus of Panama
While State department officials dccllne
to make any specific statement as to its
nature, It is understood that In a gen
eral way It follows the lines laid down
In the reply to Gen Reyes' first note
which practically declines to re-open the
Gen Reyes1 second note differed In
some Important respo Is from that first
sent by him to the State department
Th. first contained a general statement
of the grievances. Important and minor,
which Colombia asserts she has suffered
as a result of the Interpretation placed
by the 1'nlted States on the treaty of
1846 This note also, while not specifi
cally making a protest, b its very nu
ture Involved the presentation of one
The second communication, to which
an answe r was returned yesterday, dealt
with considerable detail on certain j-pe-i
ill. points regarded as hlghl import
ant and meriting special consideration
and pre-sented an emphatic formal pro
test against the action of the United
States In Panama matters.
Secretary Hay's answer, It is suld fol
low" the lines of the recent message
of President Roosevelt to Congress on
the Panama question, Justifying the
sli ps taken by the I'nlted States on the
subject. The- Secretary's reply does not
discuss wilh Gen. Reyes on.- matter
which he urges In his second note,
namely the transmission to th- S ii.it
of the correspondence which has passed
between himself and the Stat.- depart
ment It Is known that the officials of
the State department resented the sug
gestion of Gen. Reyes as hlghlj Im
proper and for this reason its answer
does not dlSCUSS this request. The mat
ter if sending the correspondence to the
Sei ite has r.ot . t been determined on
by the President.
The sending of the note to Gen
Reyes yesterday prevented his contem
plated trip to Baltimore for treatment
by a specialist for which he had made
arrangements the day before.
Gen. Reyes' last note also contained
some reference to the submission of dis
puted points to arbitration but State
department officials say there Is noth
ing In the present situation for Th.
I Hague tribunal. If an reference to that
court was Intended.
Gen. Reyes Is read to leave the city
at any time for Colombia, where his
pi rsonai and political Interests r quire
Ms attention. It was said tonight that
he might have this country within the
next ten days but no Information was
obtainable fiom (,- r Hey s mi that sub
ject tonight as he declined lo see news
paper reporters on the plea that he was
very bus .
From the standpoint of the State de
partment there Is no reason why he
should hasten his departure as he might
very well remain and render consider
able service to his country. The sug
gestion was made tonight that possibly
he might remain and make nn effort to
open diplomatic negotiations with Pan
ama through Its representative here for
the adjustment of such questions as the
assumption by Panama of a portion of
the exterior debt.
Some suggestion also has been made,
although not officially, of a reunion of
the two Governments under the name
. : I.,.- I.ejmbli. of 'olombla Panama to
have an autonomous government with
absolute author it v to deal with all ques
tions relating to the control of canal
HAD DESPERATE FIGHT.
One Hundred Bulgarians Killed in
Battle in Kochna in Turk
Balonica, Jan. 10. A force of troops has
been sent to Kjmanova. sixteen miles
northeast of Pskub, whore a strong Bul
garian band has Invaded Turkish terri
tory. Fighting Is reported to have oc
curred at Kochna fifty miles southeast
of Cskub, the Bulgarians losing 100 killed
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BLEW HER BRAINS OUT j
Beautiful Girl Takes Her
SENT BULLET THROUGH HEAD
Tragedy Occurs in Home of
Hor Paronts in Butta.
Had Been Taken From a Ballroom
by the Sheriff nt Request of
Unite, Mont.. Jan. lo. Ague Holland, n
beautiful slxteon-yoaj--oi J girl, blw her
bruin out last nltfht, after bring taen I
from a ballroom by oni of the Sheriff.'
officers and being threatened with a term
In the Houso Of tho Good Shepherd, a re
fonitatory at Helena. The girl Is said I"
hav been of a wayward disposition and
beyond tho control of her parrnts, who '
have twice placed their daughter In the
reformatory and fach time ahe mimaR. .1
to escape from the oltMcrs
Information reached tho parents' e.nrs
that the girl w.m !rl iklilg With nu n and
nn officer was dispatched t.. the ballroou
to ff, t her When th- . reached h..m. it.
girl ask'-d to be allowed to go to hor roon,
for Q moment.
She could be hear) groping ntM.ut In the
dark, und thon the q.uin l of a pistol shot
was heard Agnes had secured her
brother's revolver and placed the muzzle
of thi weapon to her ear md pulled tho
ttlgK'T, killing herself instantly.
HAN.l A IN COLUMBUS.
Ho Will Be Re-Elected to tho United
States Senate on Next
Columbus. O.. Jan 10 Senator Hanna
arrived here from Cleveland tonight and
will remain until after his re-election
to the United States Senate. The HOUSI
and Senate will ballot separately on
United State-s Senator next Tuesday
There will be a Joint ballot on Wednes
day when the result of the ballot will
b announced. Mr. Hanna will be re
turned to the Senate by the largesl ma
jority ever given a candidate for the
office the Republicans having a major
ity of twenty-five in the Senate and
slxtj-slx In the House, or ninety-one
on joint ballot, the total number of
mi mbers being 1 4n.
Empowered to Sign Treaty
Rome, Jan. 10 King Victor Km
manual has signed decrees giving For
eign Minister Tlttonl full powers In
connei tiori with th- arbitration treaty
between Italy and Groat Britain which
will be signed In Rome when the Brit
ish Embassador has been Bimilarly empowered.
Did Not Kill Woman
Pails. Jan. 11 The Rome corre
spondent of the Paris edition of the
New York Herald says the report that
F.dward R. Thomas, son of the late
Qen. Samuel Thomas, ran over and
killed 8 woman near Gueta Is entirely
Six Men Killed in Explosion.
Winnipeg, Man . Jan. 10, Six men
have been killed and three injuicl In
an explosion of gas In tunnel No. 3 of
the Crow's Nest Pass company's mine
i at Michel, B. C.
Hats of tho Best Makers, $1 OO.
Regular $5.00, ?4.00 and $3 00 v alues.
BROWN. TERRY & WOODRUFF CO.
Liked It on the Table.
The minister of a little Scotch village
was at the bedside of a Scotchman
named Donald, preparing him by pious
exhortations for the great Journey
"Have you anything on our mind.
Donald?" he asked. "Is there uny ques
tion you would like to ask me?" And
the minister bent down to listen lo the
dying man's reply.
"Na, meenlster, I'm r.a afeard. I wad
like to ken the whether there'll be any
whiskey In Heaven'"'
Upon his spiritual counselor remon
strating with him on such a thought at
such a moment, he hastened to add.
With a knowing look "Oh, It's no lhat
I mind, meenlster; i only thought rd
Ilk? to see It on t hi table." Kxi-bange.
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Diamond Brooches, as low as $10 up to . . $750 j
Diamond Scarf Pins, as low as $7-50 up to $350
Diamond Earrings, as low as $12,50 up to . $750
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