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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY. MAY IS, 1902.
WALDECK-ROUSSEAU'S
TASK ACCOMPLISHED
LA89R QUESTION IN
HOUSE OF COMMONS
PEERESSES MUST SIT
CLOSE TOGETHER
GRATEFUL HAPPY WOMEN
Thank Pe-ru-na for
Their Recovery After Years of
Suffering.
Has Saved the Republic of France
From Its Enemies and Will
Eetire in Triumph.
Effoit to Secure Delinition fo Par
liament of the Picketing Law
l'titsssed in lt-7.1.
Only Twenty Inches Per Pcimjii
Will He Allowed as Sitting
Spsit-c nt Coionatioii.
PRESIDENT LOUBET LAUDS HIM.
RIGHTS OF TRADES UNIONS.
ELDERLY DOWAGERS COMPLAIN
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?pirit of Unrest Is Quieted, Nation
Is Peaceful and Enemies of
Government Fear to (.io to
Foils UntlisKui-ed.
srnrcu. isr -aiu.h to tiii: new yohic
IiEIIALD AND THUST Lot I" UEl'l BUC
by j. coiixely.
Paris. May 17. (Cop) right. 1902) Ai was
foreseen h) nil who took the trouble to
study tho electoral situation In this country
before tho election anil after the first vote
had been taken, tho contests of April T,
unci Hay 11 have resulted in a complete
victory for the Cabinet.
Tho Government's ledger shows an In
crease of from twentj-five to thirty mem
bers In the ministerial majorit), which has
rien from sixty to ninety Deputies
Despite this success, or. rather, to be pie
clse. because of this success M. Waldeck
Itousseau has decided to resign The lino
of argument ho follows In speaking of the
subject to his friend, which ho will de
velop In tho chumber at tho beginning of
next month, is unassailable
" itlclcck-Knn'seuirN Acliicv ements.
"When I accepted offlce the Republic was
tho object of moral and material attack
The spirit of unrest wis abroad. I formed
a Cabinet for the defenseo f the Republic.
Tho Conservative Republicans refumg to
assist me. I was forced to ask the aid of
the Socialist Republicans. The reuit was .l
Ministry the members of which were in
perfect accord so long as we adhered to
a fixed, accepted programme
"To-day ever) thing is absolutely peace
ful. The Republic Is not in quc-tior, see
ing that its enemies do not dire to go to
the polls without declaring themselves to
be Republicans.
"Moreover, tho programme which I drew
up has beeii earned out The limited task
I accepted has bten accomplished."
When, last Mondi) morning. iie Premier
went to inform the President of tho Re
public of the tinal results of the elections,
he apprised M. Ixubet of his unalterable
determination to retire.
This was no surprise to the President, to
whom M. Waldeck-Rousseau had already
spoken on several occasions of his Inten
tions. Nevertheless, the Prcbldent of the
Republic raised objections, which, however,
he had to waive before M Waldeck-Ttous-Eeau's
arguments.
Pnlitlcnl OtttlnnL. In 1'rntice.
Broadly speaking, the principil political
characteristics of the elections are as fol
lows: The Radicals and Soci ilist It.idlsals, w ho
constituted the majorlt, have gained
The pure Socialists have gained M Juares,
who alone Is worth a whole group of Depu
ties, but thev have suircel) retained their
numerical strength. This is directlv duo to
the tact that thev participated in the Gov
ernment and had to be reasonable and le
frain from nourishing the chimeras that
attract the crowd This Is also u reason
why thev are resolved to take no further
part In the Government, and to remain in
the speculative domain that appeals to their
supporters. Furthermore, this constitutes
ono of the reasons that Induce the Cabinet
to retire.
The Nationalists have gained some seats,
but their gains have been principally at
the expense of the Progressists Moderate
republicans, who are thus expiating the
excessive caution which made them refuse
their assistance to M Waldcck-Rousseau
Pretlcnt'f Tribute to Ills Premier.
Thus It will be seen that the gland cam
paign made bj the antl-Rerubllcans was
a failure, whatever mav lie said by tho--e
unfortunate joarn i"sts who. after having
fought against common spnsc. are now
struggling against aiithmetic. The cam
paign has had for one result that of lior
riblv rxasperatlng the members of the new
majority, who are finding their way to
Pails, and who one and all announced their
resolution to make their opponents pa) for
the Insults and calumnies to which they
were subjected.
Moreover, a prefectoral report shows a
large number of Instances of Clerical inter
ference In the elections -o that it will be
the Clericals and the priests who will pro
vide the spoils of war This has been the
case for th!rt-two years past, and they
have not yet came to realize it.
President Loubet on vv'ednerdav night be
gan his journey to Russia with a cere
monious and enthusiastic ree ption at
Brest. In a speech there he p lid a public
tribute to M Valdeck-Rousseau, stating
that the Premier had served the Republic
and France for three veurs past with an
eclat that had never been equaled, and
with a disinterestedness to which evt-rj-body
d'd homage.
The Nationalist papers of Paris consider
such language strange It would have been
strange if the man who has most bene'lted
bv tho set vices of M. Waldeck-Rousseau
had not used such language, which, fter
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The main reason why this celebrated family medicine fa
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nas oeen aoie to remain so successiiniy
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years, is because it is founded on
y always accomplished that which has been claimed for it.
v It is very carefully compounded and contains only such m- m
y gredients as will be beneficial to the entire system. It is not JS
a cure-all, but when we say it will positively cure Stomach, fa
Liver and Bowel complaints, such as HEADACHE, FLAT-
ULENCY, BELCHING, INDIGESTION and g
LITER and KIDNEY TROUBLES, we are backed by J
y hundreds of people who have voluntarilv testified to the fact, A
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y as the following- will show. , fa
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i neretore, we
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Dear Sirs I have teen greatly benefit
ed by taking your -Bikers for
A few doses relieved thW bloated feeling;,
Y and after taking two bottles, lam entire-
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well.
B. P. dV HAD WAY.
FOR SILEBY
all, is only a leaf from the verdict of his
tory. l'rnnep Grateful to .Imirlra,
May I be permitted to transmit to Amer
ican readers, outside of the token of otll
clal gratitude, an epreson of the grati
tude of Trench readers for the grand .i.irt
generous svmpathv which the Mai unique
catastrophe, aroused on the other side of
the Atlantic? , ,
For that matter, if natural causes darken
the davs through which we are pasting,
the fraternity of the nations of the earth
seems to be striving to Illuminate them In
Russia, in Spain. In America, in England,
courtesies and friendl) condolences are be
ing e-vchanged
Shall we, after all, become Christians and
love one another.'
SEVEROS LEFT HIS WIFE
$1,000 LIFE INSURANCE.
specivl nv oaum. to ihk -i:vv yop.ii
11LKVLD WD IIIIIST jOUIUIIPLBMi'
Paris, Maj 17 (Copv right. 150.! Se
vero's balloon ascent iost him a lortuiii
as well as his life It appears he had
spent the whole of his fortune of $U,"uO an
the construction of the P.in, hoping, if It
was a success, to form a. sjndlcate to re
imburse himself for his time and to con
struct his second balloon, the Jesus.
Portunatelv for his vife and seven chil
dren, two davs before his .isi ent, ho Insured
his life for Jl.cKW lie ilso .nsured the life
of Sachtt his machinist for r. 00)
The advantages of illustrated journalism
were striklngl) exemplified in the sVviro
fat.ilitj
Almost Immediatclv after the fall of the
airship, a newspapei photographer was ahv
to procure an excellent snapshot tdio.viug
the wreckage and torn silk
When the experts came en the scene, th
silk had all disappe iri-d in the form of
souvenirs, so it was surmisi d that the
balloon had been burnei' This was dis
proved bv the photograpls ,
AMERICAN SCHOOL CHILDREN'S
THIBUTE TO LAFAYETTE.
Sl'CCIVL BY CAI1L.U TO TUT MAV 1 OltIC
HCRVL1) AM) THKT I.OI I-a ItKn "I K
Paris. Mav IT (Copj ri?ht VJJ l A -imple
but prettv- little reremonv was uno3t"n
tatioasiv performed on WodncsJa at the
Lafavette monument, in tho Court of the
Tuilerles.
An American, from Goshen. Air Kj aes
Egoert accompiniei bv his wir inu vou'ig
daughter. Lil'ian Kgbcit, and V's- Ueoul ill
Krader. visited the monument o id reverea'
lv placed a vvreith of Howrs .a tlu bie
Attached to the wreath w.is a card 'ar
ing the insciiption 'With love and gritl
tudo from dear little people in Ame-ica,
room 1. High School luilding. Miss Bums,
teacher. Goshen. Ind.
LONDON SOCIETY HAS
HYDROPHOBIA SCARE.
m'ixivi. nv r-nin to thi rccw "some
HL.ItVU VND THE st IXJI p liFPl !!I-ll
Ixmdon. Mav 17 (Copyright. PXC ) So
cietv has had quite l little scare about hv
drophobla. which, fortunately has not
amounted to arj thing 51 i--. Paget who is
ver popular in solIciv rfcenilv was bitten
bv a little iet o.og. Sin ij now in Paris un
dergoing tteitnunt rorturttt!'- the little
rtn riM not hive the rabies, according to
the phvsician of the Piston In-tltute. w'io
Killed the animal ?nci exammru rs ijr-uns
Miss Paget is getting on well and soon will
return to London
vnother accident of a similar eh.irrcter
was met with bj the Honorable Alwvn Tel
lows, brother of Lord de R irasn who also
had his hand bitten bv his pet deg
RODIN'S EXHIBIT SHOULD
BE AN ARTISTIC TREAT.
&ITCTAL 11Y -fl!.K TO Till" M:V "iOllII
HHKM.lJ Ml TIIB'T Lot IS UKPntLIl
London. Ma 17 (Copv right. lrft. )-One
of the artistic treats of the season will bo
the exhibition of the works of Auguste
Rodin an eminent French sculptor -v It.
despite critki-m, eoiitlndes to turn out
those mo.'-tirpleces conceivtil In de'lanco of
all sciepted rubs of art
Thursrtav night an itcrpnonal eompli
ment was paid M Rodin he b'lrg the guest
of a number of prominent Lngllsh f '"tie
men it dinner Mi George ndhani,
thief Sccrct.trv for Ii eland, presided
THREE NOTjBlTFRENCHRiEN
DIED LAST WEEK IN PARIS.
prrivt. m I'vr.Ln to tut ntw yokic
IILK IA AND" Tfi!: T JXIhlS IlLPl LLU
Paris Maj 17 -(Copvnqht 12.1-The
h?nd of death has been busv m Trench
socictv th s vwek Three notable ncures
of Parisian driwmg -oons have passed
awav the Marquis do Sct,ur. father of the
well-known Cant itrice Mond iln the i "im
tis;e de Guerne, the Comtcsso de la Ho he
thloa. vUfe of the Genera! of that tunc,
and flnallv Comte Berold Costi de Beaure
gard AUTOMOBILE EXPEDITION
AROUND THE WORLD.
SPFC1AL BY -rtl.I' TO THE NKV YOP.K
IIKR VLD AND THE ST. LOLI KHPl PLIC
Paris Mav 17 -(Copv right. 19iU)-The ex
prd'tion around the world of the automobile
Pas e Partout has been delajed for a few
elevs on account of the had condition of the
Siberian roads Another nutomohile called
the Ader. will aicompanv the Pa'-se Par
tout iPTP'Hr
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wouia urge you to try
Brooklyn, N. Y.
a Dear Sirs Having been a sufferer
for a number of years from stomach
y troubles, I find your Bitters the only
u remedy to give me relief.
JAMES H. LAY
dyspepsia.
ALL DRU6BISTS AXD GENERAL DEALERS
Conceded That Age of Tiusls Is
Poor Time for Limiting Lib
ert of Working Masses
to Acl Together.
by unnnnp.T patl.
pprcuL in cvm.i: to tub .not or'C
iii:iti.r axii niusi lui p klpl ui.u
London. M ly 17. (Copv light. lsoJl-lhe
debate and division In the House of Com
mons on W cdnesdaj night arc interesting
as linpoitant to implojer- of labor, .is will
ns to trade unionists throughout the world
The motion which had L n drawn up in
consultation bj the leading representative
of trade unionism declartd th it legislation
i.is reiessarj to protect the rights of wotk
Irtrien from the effects of tecent judg
ments in the Houe of i-ords.
ll.c aniendmiut, vvlilih va subst inn ili
n nig uive, was supponed bj tht Home Mr
P tarj and Attornej Genei il, but was oulj
can'cd bj a majorltv of J3 The tiado
unions ale powenul bodies. They ha.e a
good deal of iiillueiue upon numbers of
i'arl'ament, even In this con-crvatlve house.
Trade Inioiis" blronK I'oxltlou.
The iase for the tr.idc unions 'x a siro ig
one Ihey take the stano upon tlie act of
lbu, passed bv a Conservative Goverumint
to .untnd the Liberal act of 1S71
1 rom 1S75 to 1"' It v.as unil-r-tood to lio
aicepted bv lawjirs and Judges, and b
the industrial communitv. tli.il nlcketinj
v.-tis legal if there was no imimldailun Not
till WW wai. It dtcidid tint a tnide union
could be sueu lor acts ot its subordinate
oincers
i'he state of tLi law is vr obscure, and
the Attonuj General d.d little to ikar it up
i'icki ling, as hit Koberto Hud pointed
out, maj no lorger take the torm of per
suading workmen, but mu-t be listniled
to lol'ieting iutormation The power in
the hands of liadu, unions maj bi and
has bttn aliu'-id, and especiallv when it
amis at ristruti.'g produciion, but. on the
other hand, the unions have a most benen
ii.,1 inlluence in lOiuroiling unreasonable
workmen, and the bttu emploviis, whatever
their polun-. ale alwajs plael to act in har
ironv with such men as Burt Bell, John
iion ind Ralph i oung
Thise men JlIi. unanimous in thinking the
interlereme ot Parliament is require! to
ilcar up and lav do,vn the law.
An age of gigmtic lombmatioas and
tnists is scarcelv the appropriate time for
limiting and impairing the libertj of the
vo"-king ilasses to an together in self-defense
Ilrciiil Tnx'jt I'npoiitllurll Grows.
Although the Government defeated S.r
William Hal court's ammamnit to the sec
ond reading of their hnancia! bill bv a
majoritv ot IMS the unpopularltj of ihe
breid tax I- likelv to glow.
The debate was conducted with great nbil
lt on both sides and has ilearlj brought
out the fact that the dut) on imported corn
is not required Mr Austen Chamberlain,
fcccrrtarv to the Trcasurv. An interesting
product of hTeditaiv principle, has framid
for himself, or pici eei up from Mr Italtour,
a definition of a piute'ctlve dut interded to
meet the ca-o He sajs a protective dutv
mu-t either discourage the importation of i
foreign artie'e or encourage its production
at home, and tlat this dutj will do neither.
Uut th it is a faliacv and vveiukl prove too
much, foi It wou'.n prove that ever pro
tee Mve tax must be a high one
'the IMie test, as eveiv eionomist knows.
Ls whether a tax. ra'Ees the price of goods
vvhi li do not contribute to revenue
A elutj on foreign com r.iis-s the fries
of com at home, which is not taxed, and,
therefore, it is protective
Onlv two Ministerialists voted with Si
William Hauourt but it is prob ible ill
committee there will be mam more
'Ihe bread tax may vet share the fat" of
the chick tux, which was preeiiclcd in these
columns.
PARIS'S FAMOUS HATTER
HAS PASSED AWAY.
Paris. Mn 17 Cop.vrignt. W.! ) A well
known figure of boulevard life passed awav
tirs week in Leon, the fashionable 1 attei
Leon was no ordinari tradesman. Mali
a head now wearing a irown his sub
mitted lo Leon's head measure. When Lean
took the measure of (he head of a f.iniotu
man he alwavs took 11 In duplicate, thus
obtaining a collection of head shapes of
lelcbrlties. of the greatest i-iteresi to
phrenologists One of th biggest maos
In Leon's lollectlon was til it of usxu
Wilde
"He's a very fast joung man"
"Xot at all "
"Evidently vou don't know how he spends
monev "
"Well I know how he returns what he
borrow s " Philadelphia Press
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true merit and has
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Muth Talk Coiiccrniiif; IMni'i of
I'ire in the Old AIjIkm Sn-;-
sAL'titm of What lioei' and
I'etioleiuii 3Ii"ht Do.
sitcivi. by cviii.i: 10 mc r. xoiac
111 it.vi.u a.u thi: ST IA)1 Iitl l"l nun
London, llav 17. (Copj rilit. I'M ) CJuIte
the f.ivcrlte sroetui? in soeletj these davs
i-, "Whom will vou dt next to?"
This It maj be explained, relerb to the
seating mranrfe'inents at Westminster Ab
bej on the da of the coronation.
The -iqnln'rance of the reinail; L to lie
found in the .announcement that in eti
mtiiiR th seating eapaeltv p'aceh received
foi pcerevi-e have been ealculateil upon an
allowance of M inches per peion The llr-t
leport w 11 that onlv 10 inches would be the
irpue allotted to each fair dame, and thre
uai quite an outer) and considerable secret
measure ment.
As a letult, one vvitlv vounir woman, who
Ii.nl mi occasion to ori as far as hertelt
was concernid. made the suggestion that
reillv the I.nrd Chamberlain should make
a sj.t.ii allowance for th great number
of edderlv dowagers who will oe in attend
ance Some additional relief will be afforded, as
there Is a certain number of people who will
be unable to attend at the !a-i moment, "o
the peeresses, in all likelihood, will be able
to spread their robes out a little more than
thev anticipate at present Xor will other
guests be pinched for space.
i-adles other than peeresses who have
been Invrt'd will eeune in court, dresses, but
without trams 'Ihej are to wear plum s
in their hair and venen seen in me ciu d
will appear to be in timorous draw ing-i com
dresses, while being rid of the Impossible
v arils of spare silk.
All who have been invited must be in
the!" places at b.J) o'clock in the morning.
Thai societj will go to bed tarlv the night
befoie is a safe wager, for staj ing up all
night i hardly a wise prepiratiou lor some
six hours.
nfcty of the .Milie-j.
There has been a preat deal of talk, if not
of consternation, regirding the safetv of
the o'd Abbev. and the danger of tire from
the Immense wooden structures which are
being elected In and around it.
I overhearel i m in who was looking at
the piles of timber going up In the shape
of stands --av that one or two determined
Hot tk- and there arc a great man) in thi
countrv now. armed with petroleum and few
matches, could surround the bhev with
flames in a few minute. Ql course, there
are plenty of pollc; about to guard against
anv thing in the nature of incendiarism, or
accident, but the anxietv of the people for
the safetv of the historic pile is so greit
that it h is been necessarv to m ike an ofh
cial st itement In Parliament res irding tne
arrangements for guarding against fire.
Al- Alters Dousl is- a3iircd tno Commons
the other dav that there were plenty of
hv drams, and hose was kept readv foi ac
tion night and dav. The police ale on con
tinuous dutv Inside and outside the Able)
Morcovtr the abbev bremen have all been
specnllv Instructed in the ue of appliances,
and the Hre call
'Ihese lire c unions are sufilclentlv indorsed
liv insuranee companies who hold the ab
be) lire policies. Thev are epilte satisfied
with Its safetv .lint the authorities of tlie
little church of t. llaragiret close b)
the iuiie, and which Is praiticallv sur
rounded by v. ooden stands have been
vained to provide extra precautions against
pc-sible elanger from fire
There Is much lalk. seemlnglv having
some foundttion in fact, to the efeet that
the ag.l Baronet. Sir Donald Currie. will
be ra'seel to the peerage at the coronation
with the title of Lord Garth This would
b verv popular Judging from comments
ir, ide upon it in club and societv circles
llvervbodv remembers how liTd and
ze'ilouslj Fir Donald worked during the
earlier stages ot the South African war.
The dispatch with which Hoops were sent
out to South Africa being largelv due to his
personal superintendence and oversight.
House IgflltH Complalut.
One of tlie most curious problems con
nected with this season of the ear. and
which seems more dlflicult of solution as
coronation time approaches. I the absolute
stagnation of business imong house agents.
A-k them, and the will tell vou that it Is
almost impossible to let anv flats or houses
just nov. furnished cr unfurnished
Said one the other iHj : "This holds good
not In the Vest Knd, only, but in every
quarter of London and in its suburbs firos
venor Square is as h ird hit as Chclse).
llavswater and ISelgravH are sisters in
affliction Nobodv can tell the reason " It
ls much comfort to the house ngents to re
flect that the phencmeron is a recurring
one, Anv jear n which n great public
ccremonv is taking place is a vear of wait
ing and idleness among house agents It
was so at the time of t'e Diamond Jubilee
and also at the jubilee of 1S77 Everjbedv
nopeirs to hive something to rent, but no
bodv apparentU wants It.
NEW CYCLING RECORDS
HAVE BEEN MADE IN PARIS.
SPFCIAI. BV fVHI.B TO THC Ni:W YOHK
HIlItAl.D AND flit: fcT. LOUIS ItErfllLlC.
Paris, May 17 -(Cop) right. I'm; ) Remark
able successful onslaughts on the hour
c cling record were mads on May 4 by
"Tom" Linton nt the Pare des Princes
track, who did 42 miles 700 vards On -May
11 Linton made 4i miles 1.170 j.isd On Jlay
13 Robl the German, on the same tnck,
made 1" miles Union and Hikes, an Amer
ican, were in the same race. Kikes has
been unfortunate owing to accidents, ind is
returning to vmerlca He will come to
Fiance again In September.
WEDDING WHICH INTERESTED
FRANCO-AMERICAN SOCIETY.
WECIAI. ItT CMSLi: TO THE M:V OHK
HL'ItALD AND THE ST I.(X 19 Itnt'LllLlO
Pans. Ma) 17. (Copv right ir-02 ) Franco
AmTican societv was Interest this week n
the wedding of Mlie. de Montsaulnin, daugh
ter of the Comtcsso de Montsaulnin, ne2
Zeborowski. to the Vicomte Herve deGoin
cuff. Lieutenant of dragoons. The cer
monv took place in the Church ot St. Piene
de Chaillot, and was attended hv most of
the leading society people of I'-iris. Mr.
Henry While, secretary of the American
Embassy in London, a cousin of the bride,
acted as one of the sponsors.
GIFTS TO COLUMBIA COLLEGE.
Mi. lion ciin jlooie and Ii. 11.
Stockton Donate $."i,UU(J Each.
RKPUDLIC SPPCIAL.
Columbia, Mo. Mav 17 The State Uni
versity authorities have very cordially
granted the use of th" University audito
rium to Christian College for Its commence
ment on May 28
Toward the amount needed for the col
lege's, new auditorium the names of three
new donors have been added. These zre
"MX-- Kowena Mason, of St. Louis, an old
graduate of Christian College; Mr. Robert
H. fctockton. an Influential St. Louis busi
ness man. who have each given $3,003 schol
arships, and Mrs. E. P. Graves of Kansas
City. Mo; who has given a scholarship of
J2.5O0
The building will make a very handsome
addition to the campus, and the work will
be begun on the last day of this session.
Another Improvement will be the remodel
ing of ores of the buildlDgs. to he devoted
entirely to the School of Music, and as soon
aa practicable a new foundation and front
will transform the main classroom build
ing. STILISH EV PARASOLS.
llnndlcx Are Thicker Than Vnal and
Are of Eboulxed AVaoiI.
Tho sticks in many of the new sun um
brellas in solid colored sill: are rather thick
er around than usaal and at first glance
appear clumsy. bJt are undoubtedly bmart.
One of there umbrellas of pure white silk
ho l,a ctfolr and hnndlp In habil7oa mnrvil
luiudded with, sliver nails, but light, colored :
tHwcvdsdn'the naWi?Jtfg arfeitbe 'rule fcr
V 'LSfiJ?f'Z Z?MITAGS::::J jmft M -
aliss Muriel Arnu'tnge. "6 Greenwood
District Oraincr of the Royal Templars
letter savs .
The Penuu Metlictne Co , Columbus, Ohio.
Gentlemen: -"I think that a woman naturally shrinks from makim her
iruuuic puouc, out resiarca ueaitn nas
auty to tell nhat Peruna has done for me. t i
"I suffered for fixe years with uterine irregularities, which brought on bysteri and made mem physical wnct, JI il
tried doctors from the different schools of medicine, but without any perceptible change ia my coodltlmo. Im imm i
despair I called on an old nurse, wha advised me lo try Peruna, snd promised good results If ! would persist takm 11
ii rrguiany. i tnougiit tail n as the least I could do and procured a bottle. I
was affecting me differently from anything I had used before, and so I ktot om
and steadily gained strength and health,
a grateiui, nappy woman to-day."
FEMALE WEAKNESS IS
PELVIC CATARRH.
Always Half Sick arc the
Women Who Have Pelvic
Catarrh.
Catarrh of anv organ. If -illowed to pro
gress, will affect the whole body Catarrh
without nervousness is ve-) rare, but pelvic
catarrh and nervousness go hand In hand
. '"'V is so distressing a sisht as a poor
half-sick, nervous woman. sufTerlner from
the many almost unbearable s)mptoms of
pelvic catarrh? She does not consicci her
self ill enough to bo to bed. but she ! fur
fiom being able to do her work without
the Breatest exhaustion. This is a very
common slsht and l almost ahva)s due to
pelvic catarrh
It Is worse than foolish for so manv wo
men to suffer icar after )ear with a disease
that ean be permanently csned
Peruna cures catairh permanent!). It
cures old chronic cases as well as a slight
attack, the only difference beinjr In the
AMERICAN LADIES
AT EDWARD'S COURT
Conspicuous for Their Kieh Gowns
Set oral Pi evented by
Mi t,. Choato.
London, Mav IT The third court of the
King and Queen of Englai d was held at
Buckingham IMlace at 10 o'clock last night.
Owing to the recent order concerning the
dresses to be worn at court, onlj the ladles
prosentcd and those who presented them
wore court trains. The unique sSecncle was
witnessed last night of m-iny ladies making
their bows to their Majesties clad in dresses
only a shade more gorgeous than ball
ow ns.
The (ftiestion as to whether or not trains
t-hould be worn at court has caused great
excitement iu society here, and the restora
tion of trains at all future courts, which
has been ordered, is a grcit triumph for the
fashionable dressmakers of London, who
brought such pressure to bear at coutt
thiough Influential customers that his
Majesty ) ieldeel In the matter and counter
manded his first order abolishing trains.
Hut he permitted those ladles who had
not had time to procure trains for last
night's function to attend In gowns without
this feature. The perplexity arising from
the conflicting orders in regard to train.?
was added to by the Illness of the Earl of
Ciarenden, the Lord Chamberlain, which
necessitated that his duties be assumed by
the Earl of Pembroke. Lord Steward of
his Majesty's household.
Inner court circles did not know vvhtt the
arrangements for to-night s function would
be under the rehearsal which was held this
afternoon.
Willi) Americans Prrxcnt.
The court, however, was the best attend
ed and most brilliant of the )ir. A large
number of Americans, in addition to those
presented by Mrs. Choate, wife ot the
United States Ambassador, were prc-ent.
In the diplomatic circle Mrs. Choate pre
feited President Roosevelt's sister. Mrs.
Douglas Robinson, and Mrs. John R. Car
ter, wife of the second Secretary of the
United States Embassy. In the general cir
cles, Mrs. Choate presented Mrs. Foxhall
Keene, Mrs. Louisa Clianler, Xew York:
Mrs. Frank Avery of Chicago. Mrs Ulow
of Denver, and Mrs. New house of New
York.
Amnno- the Americans nihn attonr'prl rnnrt
Innrl whn had orevioua'v hppit iirejtentQd
were: Mr?. John Ha)? Hammond and Mrs.
J. W. Mackay.
souse lleaatifnl Coitus.
Mrs. Mackay wore a white satin gown
With a velvet train covered with a net
work of diamonds and edged with ostrich
tips, caught with diamond bpws. She. wore
winM nf diamond acrOAS hpr enrscri lend
ner -wonderful jewel Included tlie Unto-is. v
avenue, Detroit, Mich.,
of Temperance, iu a recent
meant so much to me that i reel tar tne
and when I had used fifteen bottles 1
lensth of time that it should be taken to
effect a cure
Miss Nellie Weaver. MS! South Ninth
street Philadelphia Pa . writes.
"Havlm; heard nnd read of Peruna. when
mv system became so run denvn that I
thought I would never regain mv health, I
decided to pive Peruna a trial I gained
in health and strength and consider Peruna
the best remedy on the market."
XELLIC WEAVER.
Maiv F Uartho'omew, St. Francisville,
111 SJJS
"About twelve years ago I ivas af
flicted with female trouble pelvic ca
tarrh.) I doctored with several skill
ful physicians, but kept gettimg worse
until I became bedfast. I was in this
condition about twm years, under the
attendance of four physicians. I got
no tetter during this time. Finally,
looking over Dr. Hartman's female
book I concluded I would write for
advice. I am not serry 1 did so. 1
owe my life to Dr. Hart man mad Pe
runa. My friends and neighbors never
expected to see me well again."
Mary F. Bartholomew.
green satin, benutifullv embroidered
with
large pearls and emeralds.
Mrs. Avery v.as clad In a dress of white
lace embroidered with pearls; her train waa
of white brocade lined with cloth of silver.
She wore a pearl necklace and diamond;
ornaments.
Mrs. niovv wore a white satin drest. with
a. train of white brocaded moire, llneel with,
cloth of gold Upon her head was a dia
mond tiara and her neck ice was also of
diamonds.
Mrs Rlow wore the Order of St. John ot'
Jeiusalcm. which she received for her ser
vices in connection with the hospital ship!
Maine
Mr" LouWe Chanler wore a gown
white chiffon trimmed with gold and a.1
train of pale blue velvet.
Mrs. Xt)Ior Iyjland. her sister. Mrs.
Scarsbrock. and I-ady llache Cunard wer&
among the American women, married te
Englishmen. precent at the function, whiles
the interesting English women presented.
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RHP 'WaS
tH mm Mm
Always
Restores
"I have used Ayer's
five-years, and I know
restore the or'ginal color to
Mrs. Julia
Ayer's Hair Vigor-
" I have b:en using Ayer's Hair Vigor for some time, and
I can truly say it has made my hair come in thick and
nice, whereas before it was falling oat very fast."
Mrs. T. Solheiu, Gravelrille, Minn.
Makes Hair Grow
Stops
ILMaMtk,
ssko or otner suneriag womem if ;i
knew as soon as t began taxiag ti MW HB
taklnr it. I keot this up for six months ,
coasidtred myself entirely curad- I mm il
MISS MURIEL ARMITAOB.
Mrs. is. F. Ellis. Curve, Tenn.. writeT
"I wish to add mv testimony to the Hf
Faving value of )our most excellent med
cine, Peruna. J.
"I was sick with indigestion and bowrf -t-oublc,
tried a good physician and many
kinds of medicine, but grew worsa nfl.
weaker all the while.
"Mv son advised me to try Peruna,
tn3
ft ti-iz norT for so manv ailments IM
mtrrht li. hnetlMnl tn trie. I setlt for R.bot
tie. and I was so weak that I could not
sit up In heel. After taking Peruna for twa
divs. I was able to sit up and at anything j
that I wanted. , 3
"I am now well and getting stronger an
gaining in flesh every day. Thanks to Pc;
rur.a, the King of Medicines" ,
MRS. B. F. ELUS. I
If jou do not derive prompt and lattM.
factory results from the use of PenjnaJ
write at once to Dr. Hartman, glvlnc a.
full statement of your case, and he win W
pleased to give )OU his valuable a4vlc
gratis. , tt
Address T!r. TTartman President tit t&fc'
tHartman Sanitarium, Columbus, Ohio- ;
I included Mrs. George Keppel and 14
VV t, m !1.-
M'ss Langtrv'was among the presentee.
She was clad In. white satin gown, trjrame.
with roses. V
HOUSE ClUBS PLANNED FOR "1,
LONDON WORKING CLASSES?
SPECIU. Br CABUB TO THE NEW TO)
HEKAI.DuVND THE ST. LOUIS REPUBLIC.
Iindon. May. 17.-(Copyrlght, MM.
I'hllanthrtipic gentlemen arc busylng'tn
selves on some half dozen house cloba
the working clisses In various section
Kjst London. Thplr whptnea rmnmrfjt
ach case crmnasinm. rprrpntlnn fT tlv.
ib ruo.-n. ane most notawe ieaumr;or aii& I
in the Vlcar'of Stepney's club Is a r6ttf rar- SI
tien. which will be the first o ltjnklna 14
tuiiiitunuji mui any .cast itna du;
I N
Color
Hair Vigor for more than
from experience that it win
gray hair."
Byrum, MecUenburg, Jf.-Y.
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