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GREEK CHURCH RULES CZAR,
DECLARES RUSSIAN BISHOP.
Doctor Thompson Says Power of Nicholas II Is Really A'ery Limited,
as lie Does Xotliing More Thau Execute Decrees of Holv Svnod.
Cincinnati. July H. Dragged from Ills bed
at midnight or thereabout, leaving six
motherless children behind and hustled Into
a transport bound for Siberia. Is the story
of Doctor Oft Thompson, Bishop of the
Waldenslan Church In Russia, v. ho once
dwelt peacefully In Odessa, and is now in
Clnclrrati UsitiiiK friends.
He was at the oilice of the Reverend Doc
tor Golder and was persuaded to outline
his experience., and. Incidentally, to throw
some light on the state of affairs in Rus
sia. Those nho cllns to the popular no-
-.,,,0f a" tber ?"-?
Brand mogul of those vast .ands and that .
his power is unlimited wou,d soon realize
thfit ttlla tc tit? Tin mAflC tl.n afta h.a.lnu I
Doctor Thompson talk. He said on t' is '
"Most people think that the Czar may do
as he will, but this is not so at alL In fact,
he is 'nothing more than an executor of the
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OF THE PRI-( ir.U, FACADE,
defrrrs flf thl TTftt- Stniv! rif thA rraAt-.
Church in Russia, which is the onlj power
"The Greek Church is one of the four
churches v.Uch can exist there, and is, of
course, the largest, by far. The president
of the Holy Synod who is Johann Ionoskey.
is the renl rukr. The Czar is the highest
Bishop of the Greek Church and he is sup- i
i po.d to hold the keys of heaven.
rinua Driien Out.
I "Tho president dreams of one great '
church, and that is the Greek Church.
one ny one the different religions have
i.u ersts from ua. and v ery few Roman
c-ttholtcs and then the 1'niW Brethren
nhncn i!,.M.lnA np .... 1. ....... 1 .t .
,fce ttaldrarian faith. To this church I be-
This, of course, is In Southern Russia.
Other sects are permitted to remain in
other parts of tre country.
"lcu knuw last year they drove out the
Treatment for Every Humour.
torUirinr,GIirigurmgbancr,wlta lottof hilr, when all else
. Sold thronghout the world. BrtUh Depots 27 SS, Charter-
WHICH FRONTS SIX HUNDRED FEET AL02CG THE MAIS I.AGOOX.
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Finns, but they have neer ben able to
touch ix. for we received special privi
leges from the rulers Catherine and Peter
"Indeed, our special treaties were made
for all time, tut Ave jeam ago the synud
declared that such treaties could not bo
made and were not binding, nnd this gavo
the Czar a chance to reach us without
breaking his oath. Then all at once our
rishts were swept .away as the other
churches had huafered. This was !nn at
Out bidding of the Greek Church Synod.
"Then we determined to leave the coun
try as the Finns had done. Whn the
Czar found that we were determlred to
leavo and ;an'l for our rights, as our
fathers had done for you know we are
descended from the Swiss. German and
French nations, nnd court the Huguenots
among our ancestors an offer was MRde
to us that if we went to Inner As"a. forn
lng new colonic on tho border of the Black
Sea in Siberia, and wculd sell the land to
the Government, a treats of n!npt-nlne
yearrf duration would be made with us. in
J'C ,cJ?r,had, Stown FusjiIcioUH of me.
C .l .$etl l saJd that the Czar AM not
jiv.n iuf cys oj neaven nor om lie nnia i
fcejs of hell, but that if he wept to either '
Muuiu nave lo go lust like any I
uiurr jmur sinner ji we accrjt2 the pro'
puscu treaty we would De In-c. but our
children or our children's children wojld
thereby lie sold to th Greek Church It
wa3 decided that we would have nothing to
do with the treaty. We would go as our
forefathers had gone, and Cod would lead
us to a land wnere we could worship
"After I got home nnd was in ted ths
omcers came and dragged me out and took
me to a transport. I had with me about
a thousand rubles, and I think that I
was trusting more in my money than In
God, and I thought I would And a way
to escape.- So I tipped one of the officers
and I got a chance to get away. Rut I
did not get very far. for I was caught by
same other soldiers and brought back
and I got twenty-flve lashes for that "
The strong, rather rugged face broke Into
a smile over the remembrance, not that
the laches were easy to bear, for he ex
plained how this Is now done. "No. they
do not use the cat-o-nlnc tails any more.
They use supple birch rods, tied together,
and these they las on the naked back. Oh.
they ore careful not to cut your clothes.
vfiir-n nnr r "iiro nnnM ?w ir.r isnisnfri.ui
far th.it BT.,n At n v v I ?a .t evvntful night wa? the
Them w-a n P,r.-.t r.tin i ivw " h?d declared that th" Cz-tr did
and 7 .nnk !nr, ai pn.rTi.iTj .Z ! the Keys of heaven, bpeahlng of
is a cW friend of mine. " I .S!18'"!-.. . .
lxciteit czur'i Sns
BUSY FLOOR OF AN EXHIBIT PALACE.
PiS'isaaiissssss . iv.. - -.5 size of
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ifeStB9?ilfc3p(piBRic vj!'rg'yvslgtjcu'ti.'git ug't j JtJ!J!!r;p-'J.y''' Jtr.1" .es,"r Bbs'I
HEAVY FKA3IES OF KOOF TRUSSES AND GIIIDEIIS LITTER THE FLOOR SPACE WHERE CARPENTERS
ARE TUTTING THE TIMBERS TOGETHER. PREPARATORY TO RAISING THEM INTO POSITION 100
FEET HIGH. BY THE TRAVELER,' THE SKELETON MACHINE WHICH STANDS LN THE CORNER OF
THE BUTLDIKG. '-
but they do not care so much about the
sMn. that will grow again. V.UI. then,
after awhile I got another chance and ran
away a si In. but was caught and got an
other twenty-tlt lashes." There was a
shrug of the shoulders at the remem
brance. Mnc Month In SIberln.
"My Eiuney waa all gone now. They
took me into Slberji and 1 was there nln
months. Every dny I had to report to
the Clcer. In th, coming and at n.ght,
to sh- that I was t'll there. ou 1-mnv.
but the rest of the time I could do ts I
pbasfil. only I was In thl vllhigc sur
rounded by oldIirs. ao there was little
chirge to net aw.iy.
"But I did yet away.
"Knw? Well, that I cannot tell you.
but this much I will a. I was htlpa-d
by a Russian oSicer. ami I went to Japan "
After virious v actletlpg. Doctor Tnomp
sen rt-ache.l Cincjinati and as ioi as he
has accomplished the business lie came
for he will go to I'hIWdelphla. The oily
rtason that uoctor Tlioiups-n was seized
,A w. iki. An.A. M. t... i- v.. iki..
a man for that, bi.t It U th doKma of the
Greek Church, and In order to uiihc'il
t.i .tittmni. , mmnni o
a If h. imleed'had thU power."
T Wald.niian- are thos.-. who pm
from various countrie into Russ' ye.r
ago and formed colonies thete. They are
peaceniu inclined, are oppwJ to war
and w.II not bear arms If posrible to avoid
It. Doctor Thompen has been a mlss'on
ary In South Africa and can relate experi
ences which would fill volumes.
New England's Expert Player I3
Only Twenty-Three Years Old.
The New England chess champion !s now
a Polish Jew. 2 years old. named Abraham
Moses Sussman. His predecessors In that
rank have been Benjamin Lyndc Oliver
fIS3M3). George Hammond nS43-73). Precton
Ware (lSS-W). Franklin K. Young ClSS-MMl).
Mr Oliver died without a rival. Sir. Ham
rnord. th onlv native American player who
ever defeated Paul Slorphy in an even game,
also died In tha championship.
1R OF ART MILL
VALUABLE NEW APES
ARRIVE l AMERICA
An Interesting Orans-Oiitanp and
Her Infant 'Dohong" At
tract ilobt Attention.
STORY OF THEIR CAPTURE.
They Were round in Borneo Nine
Jlonths Ago and Are Fast
New York. July i The primat-s hou. In
tbe SCoo'oeical Park has received a very
valuah'c cuniKtiment of apes, baboons and
monkeys. The lot came over from Ham
bars In the Graf W3ldrsee. from Carl Ha
icubeck. It conste.ed of thre orang-ou-
tangts. one chimpanzee, two drill baboons,
tkir f..n..... .! AHA .... . t
monter. A yours gorilla that act. !y
sf. . - ... . ..
isnxnours zom ne z-ooioqicai t;0-
ciety and was to lrave come In this ship
ment died two days before the vessel sn!!-'d,
end the Zoological Park l-ptrs were
gr-st!y dL-ippuinUd. ThU creafre was
The star attraction of the late arrivals
consl is tf a fulNgronn femalf oran?--r;-tang
and a lively nur-:ng babj. The moth
er is big. brown, solemn-faced, and is
plaln-Io' klri; as the laws of nature ever
ptrmlt In an orang. She stands 42 Inches
In height. Ira a spread of arms of 6 feet 2
Inches, and 1-t.r foot Is lls lncnes long. Hr
teah have not b-en brush d since child
hood, aed the acid fruits of Borneo have
f-uined thtm to the color of an ancient
meerschaum. Htr skin Is about the color of
ol! nuiltfaganv ar.d her hair is the reddest on
Took Refuse In Tree.
Th!j specimen ar.d her very interesting
infant wcr caught In Borneo about nine
mon.hs ago. when the latter was a helpless
little creature about 3 months oM. Her
capture was effected by cutting down th
low tree in which she had taken refuge and i
liu. i a msi mr me ntgnt. usually nil .
cranes trat are ca
r.tured when full crown
are so sava
e and Intractable that they re-
sur caomuy virv n-ret.v anil me in .
short time. Sllkj . howevi r, has m' re sense
than falls to the portion or the average wild
Ins ead of fighting the Inevitable, she wise
ly electtd to servive and train up her In
fant. Dohong. in the way he should go. Al
though not jet by any means tame and obe
dient, phc realizes that her keepers are her
friends and that even curators aro worthy
of a limited amount of tol-ration. She takes
her cups of Ua quite gratefully, and her rtee
ar.d bananas sadly. When In doubt sho
reaches out a long, hairy arm and gathers
little Dohong to her breast. It Is very droll
to see hr reach out magnificent distances
nnd cither help the little fellow to climb
faster or haul him up by one arm to the
hurricane deck of her sleeping box. He Is
an obedient little chap, and has all tha
point of a thoroughbred. Beyond doubt
this mother and child win prove of very
This Is meant for every afflicted man. Records wilt show that Dr. King
has had this offer continuously before the public for five years, tto
does exactly as he advertises and fulfills every promise to
the alflicted and never holds out false hope.
MY BEST REFERENCE B,
CO.iL..T DK. KINU BEFORE
Hundreds of men are leading a life of misery, afflicted with this terrible dis
ease and not knowing what alls them. It ! a disease of the return circulation of
the Parts and r -is. gradually Implanting Itself on the Spermatic Ccrd. glands
and surroundlr.; tUsuc. resembling to the touch a bunch of earthworms. Symp
toms: I!iy. dragging pains In the small of the back, extending down into the
parts. low spirits, nervous debility, loss cf manhood and frequently a great decline
la health. Doctor King curps Varicocele without pain or surgery, and removes
every drop of stagnated blood and diseased tissue from the attected parts. Nor
mal circulation is re-established throughout the pelvic region; weakened organs
become strong and sturdy, manhood is restored.
Other diiejsct tilth rtsdily yield to Dr.
LOSS OF MANLY YI60Ri;ag,,en$S
does not stimulate tempcrarl'y. but re
stores permanently. It stops every drain
and builds up the nervous system, puri
fies and enriches the blood, cleanses and
heals the bladder and Kidney, revives
tho spirits, brightens the Intellect and
restores the wasted power of manhood.
CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISON"
of treatment contains no dangerous Prostration. Unnatural Discharges. Bel
drugs or injurious medicines of any kind, atlca. Rheumatism, Rupture, Piles. Kid
It goes to the very bottom of the dls- neJ". Bladder or Urinary Complaint
ease and Torf-s out every particle of lm-, should consult him at once,
purity The blood, the tlsue. the flesh.'unuC TRTATUCHT One personal visit
the bones rnd the whole system are.nUMt IntAIMtfll taaWarsBreftnE?
cleansed, purlfled nnd restored to per- bat If you cannot call at his offlce write-'
feet hciltb and the rati t prepared! him your symptoms fully and ho wIU
anew for the duties and pleasures cflmall you a complete set of tanrored
life. symptom blanks.
BOOKLET FREE "Tacts for Mn- win t itnt In plain wrapper upon rtqueit.
Hours: i a. o. to p. ta. Sundays, t a. ra. to S p. m. CONSULTATION FRES.
OR. NATHANIEL K. KINS, SSt
g-eat Interest to the thousands of children
cow visiting the park.
Professor Is Conspicuous.
The professor is a male orang-outang
alKut 6 years old nnd nearly as large as
S.kt-y. He Is full of suspicion, and at pres
ent elects) to be friendly with no one. Oc-
unit h. f
Lilv his manner
threatens to bite his keeper. Eyent-
i " :-ri.owever- he wlU Calm URn "'
i z.r -' -.-. . ..
Tho rhlmmnzea It a black-haired. Dink
factd Infant about IS Inches high, and her
name la Polly. Coming across the Atlantic
three of the apes caught severe colds and
arrived coughing. Already, however, the
mild and even temperature of the primate s
houso has had a marked effact upon the
animals, their coughing has ceassd alto
Cther, and they show general improve
ment. Being closely conflnd. the trip was
to tha large orang-outangs very tiresome,
and they greatly enjoy the freedom of the
He cages In which they now- live.
Five sea lions h"ve arrived from Santa
P-ubara. Cal.. and were set free In the sea
lion p"ol. near the reptd-house. The most
Interesting specimen of the lot is a. squall
ing baby' about M inches long, which was
Ion on th dock at Santa Barbara. The
little fellow has fared Aery well and !s fat.
Moreover. It has plenty of stimlna and at
times rules its moth r very despotically.
BLIND BOY IS AN APT PUPIL
Kemarknble Cleveland Child, Who
Is Deprived of Two Senses.
itvprnuc sr:ci At.
Cleveland. July 5. Ons of the most In
teresting characters in the Slato School
for the Deaf Is Leslie Oren. a ollnd and
i--iiie urcn was iwn ui uaracjYujr, i
Clinton County. October 6. I SI His par-
iniii are Quakers in raodinu circurr.-
stances. When cot Quite two and a half,
years old he was attacked by that dread .
rt2K srlnnl menlncltls.
When ho recovered lcslle could neither
s; nor hear. He graJuilly talked less and
lent until when h r-il til" 'Jhl3 Stale
School for tho Deaf. Septemoer 11 JS33. at 5
j ears of age. he couli not utt-r a single
word, nor could he make a single want
He was Hrst taught tha few signs by
which he could express his moat urgent
needs. Kor example, wn-jn he wanted a
drink the sign for water (.tin manual letter
"w" on the llrs) was snjn him. In an
Incredibly short time he reallzjd that only
when signs were jropeny used were his
wants satisfied and ?rvvt was his delight
vhen ho found that om- motion of the band
Irought an apple, another candy. He had
learned thirty signs be'ore an ntt-rapt was
trade to teach him to spell word, by man
ual alphabe Graduilly the words f.pehed
la his hand, were substituted for the signs
previously learned. ,..,..
Leslie learned to read line print (raised
letters) first. The word "hat" In the lne
print was placed on a liar nnd he was
Khown that the line print and manual spell
ing of the won! represented the same ob
ject. It was some time before ho grasped
the Idea.but after the first word was leam'-d
It was a ttcasant jlgnt to sec LU eagerness
to learn the names of tie-w objscts.
England. Without Wales, Is Only
as Large as Roumania.
Great Britain Is only half as b!g as
Sumatra, and double the size of Newfound
land. It stands fifth In point of size to the
tut nt the world's Islands. Enslald. without
Wales. Is almost Identical In point of size
with Roumania. It Is less than onewjuarter 1
as nig as rnncc or urriaany. lue wnoia i
British isles only occupy the one sixteen
hundredth part of the surface of the globe.
BEDROOM, PARLOR AND D1KIN6 SUITS, ffi &,
Are you ono of the unfortunates who have
made a wrong commencement in life? Is
your weakened system crying out for help?
Or have you been treated In vain by inex
perienced physicians. FREE TREAT
MENTS. FREE TRIAL SAMPLES. PAT-
KNT MEDICINES. ELECTRIC BELTS
and similar devices? Such treatments can
not and will never euro jou. nor will thesa
maladies cure themselves. I cannot see how
any man could stand Idly by and see his
manhood slipping away and his health
wrecked by these Insidious diseases. When
I offer you a cure, and ant willing to risk
my professional reputation in curing you,
and tat tuch faith and confidence in my
continues juccess in tsrating these diseases
that I WILL NOT ACCEIT A DOLLAR
UNTIL YOL ARE PERMANENTLY
Cl'RED and satlsfled of a lasting cure,
what fairer business proposition can be of
fered to Uw sick and afflicted? This should
convince the skeptical, as I mean what I
say and I do exactly as I advertise. RE
MEMBER, this Is not a FREE offer, but
you pay me a REASONABLE fee when a
cure Is accomplished, and NOT A DOLLAR.
NEED BE PAID UNTIL CURED.
PLACINQ YOUR CASE ELSEWHERE.
Klaz's aewaad Imprortd metbodM ot treatment Mrei
Is safe, -painless.
tree from sur-
gcry. and dissolves tho Stricture com
pletely. It removes every obstruction
from the urinary passage, allay inflam
mation, stops every unnatural discharge,
reduces the prostate gland when en
larged. heals tho bladder and kidneys,
invigorates the organs and restores
health to every part of the body af-
o m Nervous
WEIGHS 275 POUNDS
AT AGE OF SIXTEEN.
Charles F. ilartenet, Jr., Largest:
Boy in Baltimore, Is Proa1
of His Weight.
Baltimore. July 5.-Charles P. Martenet.
Jr. is 16 years of aga and weighs 5
pounds. There are few boys of his size any
where In the world. Ha 13 several inches
over 6 feet In height. He Is extremely
proud of his dimensions. Charles seems to
enjoy the best of health. Atojt ten years,
ago he sufTered an attack ot typhoid fever'
and had but llttlo difficulty In pulling
through. Since then. It Is said, hi has tuf
foed little or no lllntss.
This young Colossus wan a. No. 11 sho.
Hu parents usually try to End reajy-mada
garments to lit him. bit it may well be sup
posed that they, as a rule, must havs then
made to order. He nis teen attending th
public school, where a ccok oi urze propor
tions had to be built to .irafflmMir. Mm
Nothing tut sood reports have been received
from his teachers by his parents.
Imagine "Charlie" playing in the street
with a lot of oys or ages ranging from 12
i ta IS years. That is wnat na can Irequjntly
. he seen dolnr. and it Is n funnv neht. Hu
iavonte gamo is oastDau. ana It usuajry
fells to htm to cover a number of positions,
h:s companions argue thar hs Is Mg enough
and ihev csmnel him to nlav llrsr. aecond.
shcrt and third, and. moreover, he Is held
m te.viigiute tUi s 4 kUt-j fcjil 4"I3 UUh (
the extreme right field. Ii dees it without
a murmur and is regarded by his compan
ion as a "good fellow."
STOCKL.EYSL.AiN BY NATIVES.
"Mystery of an American Officer's
Disappearance Is Made Clear.
Washington. July 5. After a total absence
for over two yeas-3 of any information con
cerning the mysterious disappearance ot
Second Lieutenant Paul D. Stockley. Twenty-first
Infantry, the War Department has
received some Interesting Information con
cerning the unfortunate young officer, se
cured from native sources by Major W. H.
C. Bowen. Fifth Infantry.
About the middle of January. 1300. Stock
Icy was at the pueblo of Tallasay. in Ba
tangas Province. Here ho asked of the
President the road to the- pueblo of Ta
nauan. The Presldente told him there was
only one way, but after following It the
young oKlcer returned, having. It Is report
ed, a large sum. of money on his person, anl
having seen some suspicious-looking na
tives. He again asked If there was another
way. A bystandlng native volunteered to
show him one and led him off In the oppo
When near Bacga. a barrio on the shore
of a lake, a band of natives set upon htm.
stoned until he fell to the ground, took his
TAtfnhlfti1 from htm anil .hntklt. wfili 4 .
AanvnefKIs fnim AraHtilft fnllmt Is
then stabbed and cut him again and again W
later was thrown into the deep water ot a E
the lake and has not been seen since. J f
wiui ucios. m no uniortunate man's ooay j b
una or Lieutenant Stock! ers muraerersir s
va ugm ana cnea oy miuui7 cvuausr m
.-u. ..mw ..njaiuuw S4B M -o"-
200 PIECES. "OLD HICKORY."
Porch, Den and Goitagt Soils,
Leather -'Wool Chairs
COME EARLY FOR CHOICE.