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a village of native pearl Ushers,
"A month lutor, November 14, a
pearl trading schooner took mo to
tho principal town of tho Solomon
group. From there I returned to
Sydney, taking passage to San Francisco
a week later. No more South
Paclllc seas for roe. Metwlnger lost
CHIMPANZEES GO ON RAMPAGE
Escaped Animal Terrerlxeo Crew of
Dig German Steamship for
Now York. When tho German
steamship Tanenfels nrrlved hero
from Cnlcutta lato the other day,
Capt. Lubko to'.d of tho escape of six
chlmi'snzaqs, part of'n consignment of
COO, from their cngo, nud their vicious
attack on severnl members of the
Throe of tho chimpanzee followed
Wong Foo, tho Chinese cook, Into tho
rigging, and there one of them held
him by his queue until the animal
was knocked senseless with n rod.
Chief Knglneer Newman was chased
about tho deck by others of the chlnv
pnnzecs and suffered a severe laceration
of his arm where ho was Btruck
by a marlin pin hurled by ono of tho
The largost of tho chlmpanzoes was
cornered by several members of tho
crew In the boatswain's lockers and
thcro he gave such a vicious fight that
tho men were glad to retire. Tho
animal thon dashed out and leapod
Into tho sea, Tho others were only
subjugated by starvation, but In tho
two days It required to do so they
had the ship's crew terrorized.
Coated with Lather Drove to Fire.
New York. John Verrlen Is a natty
young fireman who drives Engine No.
, whose house Is at No. 61 West One
Hundred and Fifteenth street At 5:30
o'clock Verrlon started to ahave. He
had his face well lathered when the
gong tapped a signal for One Hundred
and Twenty-sixth street and Klghth
Without watting to remove the lath-
or Verrlen made a dash for tho
! driver's seat.
It was not until polloomen had
driven the wondering crowd from tho
engine after It drew up at the hydrant
that the Amman realized thnt his
beauty lay hidden beneath a coating
of foam. Then being no lire, he
wiped tho lntlwr from his face and
This Time He Was Right
Pat wan a new poKcftnnn on tho
beat. He hadn't been over very long.
So one morning when a crazy woman
was executing n wait ilfrtin on top
of an ash burrei l'at trlml to think of
a Hufflclrnt excuse for arresting her.
The ilny be'ore h hod airoated a
man, tiut when h reached the station
hous he hail fT Often tho r h "" lr
tho arrest. Hut the waltz continued
on tho ash barrel and a Ian; erowd of
men nud boys had collected. So Pat
brnvoly stepped up.
"Madam, I nrrlst ye! Ynr a fraud
order, yer are! Yer stopping tho
Molstiet and Sugar.
The term "molesses" Is properly applied
to tho snccharlno product which
Is separated from sijar In the
of manufacture. A syrup Is the direct
product of the evaporation of tho
Juice of a sugar-yielding plant or tra
without tho removal of nny of tho
s war. The term molasses applies' to
the same process with tho exception
of tho fact thnt the susar has been removed
nt least partially by
and sonifl kind of mechanical separation
of the crystals from the
The Head on
Judith Glveth Tokon of
BY THE -HIGHWAY AND BYWAY"
tCalJ " -". " f AulUor , 1. dou.)
Hauod on tho Apocryphal Hook of
Judith. Chapters 14-10.
DMIi'iiltles In Hook of J lull th. There
nro two eonlllctlnic stntfinfiits hji to tho
urKlnikl lanmmxp of ttio ImhiU. OriRt'n
peaks of it, toKuther with ToMt. as "not
oxlvtlnt; In Holirow even ivniong the
Apocrypha," In the Hebrew collictlon,
Wlillo -'. n U- .ur biuJ.. snvs
ud to keep thcra from beiacr
generally run down. At the same
be so violent as to shock the system
folks' liversnever fails to act, yet u ,
well as a laxative, iiest for con
biliousness any and all troubles ot
Doweis. ac an jnj lauisi
Detter in the morning.
that "Amoior th iionrews the Hook of
Judith . . . buInK wilt ton In tho
lariKUUK" Is among the
hlntorles," Thcro can bo Ilttlo doubt
that tlm book was written In I'alestlno In
th national dlnlett Th
text rxlits at present In two tllmlnct
thu Greok (follnwl V the
Syrlao), and tho Uitln. Thu former
Is the truer reprcnuntatlvo of thu
original, und It seuina curtain that tho
I.atln was derived, In the main, from the
Oronk by a rerles of
Thu IjiUn text contains many
'Urloim tirnrn. At present It Is
to dt'ttTtnlni) tho iiuthontlc text.
Tho exliitriice of them) various recensions
of the took In a proof of. Its popularity
and uldii circulation, but the external evidence
of It uiie Im very scanty The
first reference to Its contents occurs In
Clem. Horn., and It is quoted with marked
reiipect by Orluen, Hilary nnd Lucifer.
Jerome spenks of It ni "reckoned amoiiK
tho sncrml Hrrlptures by the Synod of
Nice " It has been wronly Inserted In
thu catalogue at the clone of the Apostolic
J "And when he (Achler) came
4. and saw the head of Holofernes,
T and perceived all that the God
4- of Icrael had done, he believed -
i In Qod greatly and was Joined
T unto the house of Israel." -4-
Oh, but you ssy, It was Ju-
dlth who had wrought so might-
lly. Why speak so explicitly of f
Qod and ascribe to him all the
Did you never observe that he
T ho really works the works of ,,
Qod la lost In the shadows of -
the Almighty's presence. ''.
f While w may be consolous of -
the human lnsrumnt which V.
4- has become tho wilting channel "
1 through which Qod has poured '.
hie power and he wrought "
t mightily among men, stltl trier ".'.
Is the larger, more blessed
thought that It Is Qod who hn 11
T The head on the wall Is not '.".
the symbol of the woman's pow- "
J. er, but rather the strength of '.'.
f Qod as manifested In tho weak- "
T ness and frailty of a woman. '.'.
Achler, the captain of all the
T forces of tho Ammonifies, had
been summoned before
nee, the captain of the Aesyrlan
f forces which had come and laid T
siege to Bethulla, and In anawer --
to queetlons of the great "-
al he had given a history of the
Jewish people and how Qod had "
worked mightily In their behalf.
Thle aroused tho anger of Holo- "
femes, and declaring that If the 7
Hebrew Qod was such a great t
God, Achler should find refuge
within the walls of Bethulla. but
when his army swept away Its
4- walls and fell upon the people
4- he (Achler) should be the first
to suffer death. And Achler believed
X the power of Holofernes
a .iiu ..M..I.M iii igm anu
f ling during those dsys while Ju-
X dlth carried out her plot And
f "vttn he say the head of Holo-
X femes he bellevod In the God of X
Tho deliverance of the city 4.
was a great reward for Judith's
X devotion, but perhaps a, greater
reward wae the winning of 1 J
soul from tho darkness of
to the knowledge of the T
true Qod, so that from that day
forth Achler, the great captain
of tho Ammonites, ehose the Qod
Israel as his God and Joined
himself unto Israel.
The victories of the servants
T of God are always far reaching
J In their Influences.
V Tho command of Ozlas sounded
sharp and clear on the early morning
air. and the scurrying feet told of tho
eager effort to obey.
The little group stood within tho
spuce nbout the great massive gates
of tho r!ty which but a short time before
1 nd swung on their hinges and
admitted Judith nnd hor maid who
flvo days before hud gone forth taking
their lives In thoirhands that
they might sorvo tho city they lovod.
And that their efforts had not beon
In vain waa evident from tho
ly trophy which ono of tho group held
In his hand,
I -Hang It upon tho wall." Judith
had said as she had passed on and
nfter tho first thrill of excitement
had subsided and tho ruler and princes
of tho city had regained
I what of their composure Ozlas had
bethought himself of Achler, tho
Ammonite chief whom Holofernes hnd
' consigned to tho city to await death
when tho city should be. taken by his
soldiers, nnd hnd commanded that ho
"At last tho hour hatj come."
Achler, as ho followed tho messengers
back through the streets in
tbo direction of the city's gato. "Dut,
I, Achior, tho Ammonite chief, will
I it least show thorn how a true sol-
iler can die."
ma tight was) Just beginning xa
break In tho out, and in tho half
darkness which still lingered Achler
could not distinguish tho faces of the
group standing near ttw gato nor dl-corn
tho central object of Intercut until
be waa fairly in their midst, and
cotiW havo reached out and touchod
the arm which held tho something
before tho eyes of the assembled
A cry, almost a shriek, broke from
Achler's lips, as be cried:
"Ye gods of the Assyrians, it Is the
head of Holofernes," and trembling
liko an aspen he fell upon his face
to the ground.
Hero was the head of the man he
had feared above all others, the
mighty Assyrian general, whom he
hod expected hnd ' come to demand
his life. A mighty revulsion of feel
ing owept over him.
"How can It bo?" he exclaimed, nt
And when Judith had been summoned
nnd sho bod related in his
ear nil that God had wrought through
her ho fell nt her feet and rovcroncod
"Blewiod art thou In nil the tabernacle
of Judah, and In all nations,
which hearing thy name shall be
And uh soon ns the morning uroee
they hangcxl the head of Holofernes I
upon the wall, and every man uok I
his weapons nnd they went forth by I
., ... ..,. ..,-, ., ....J
tain which lead Into tho valley below!
towards the camp of the Assyrians. I
........ ., 1
But when the Assyrians saw thorn ,
., . , . ' . . . .1
they raised a great shout, and sent
to their leaders, which in turn came'
to their captains and tribunes and to
every ono of their rulers. So they!
came to Holofernes tent and cried
to Dagoas, who had charge of all his
"Waken now our lord; for the dogs
of the Hebrews have been bold to
como down agnlnst us to battlo. Let
us at thorn that thoy may be utterly
Then went Dagoas and knocked at
the tent door of his master, but there
camo no response
"Ho sleepeth. deeply," ho said, and '
knocked harder, and yet harder, for (
he waB loath to enter thinking that .
Judith was with him within the tent.
But at last he made bold to enter and
tho ghostly sight which met his eyes
caused him to utter a chrtek which
pierced to the limits of the officers
quarters and caused a great fear to
come upon the heart of the captains
who waited without. Kay, the cry
hnd scarce begun to die away when
they rushed Into the tent and saw
their chief lying headless upon the
Like mad Bagoaa tore Into the tetvt
of Judith adjoining, followed by the
terror-stricken captains. It waa empty.
"These slaveu of Hebrews have
dealt treacherously," cried Bagoas, in
fear and anger. "One woman of the
Hebrews hath brought shame upon
tho house of King NebucbadnMsar;
for behold, Holofernes lieth upon the
ground without a huL"
And fear fell upon them all. so that
there was no man that durst abide In
the sight of his neighbor, but In panic-stricken
fear each soldier in the camp
tied Into the plain and scattered every
one his own way. Then sent Osiaa
the ruler of Bethulla In great haste
to all the cities and country round
lolling of all the things which had
come to pass and the Hebrews In all
tho coasts of Israel come forth, and
with one consent they 6low their
until they were passed Damascus
and the borders thereof.
And the residue that dwelt at Be
thulla fell upon the camp of Assur
nnd spoiled It of ail Its treasure. And
the children of Israel that returned
from the slaughter, had that which
remained, for there was abundance
for all, for the Bpoll was very greet.
Then Joaclm the high priest and
tho ancients of the children of Israel
that dwelt In Jerusalem, came
forth to Bethulla to behold the good
things that God had showed to Ism-el
and to see Judith, whose fame
had sproad through oil the country.
And when they had come to her thoy
blessed her with one accord and said
"Thou art the exalted of Jerusalem,
thou art tho groat gloryof Israel, thou
art the great rejoicing of our nation.
Thou hast done nil these things by
thine hand. Thou hast done much
good In Israel, and God is pleased
with thoo. Blessed be thou of the
Almighty Lord for ever moro."
And all the people shouted:
MAN IN CH051 ROLE
APPROACHES LOCOMOTIVE AT
NIGHT, FRIGHTENS CREW, THEN
VANISHES IN DARKNESS.
New Haven, Conn. Down In tho local
railroad, yards they aro ta.klng
about a most Blngulnr occurrence that
took place near thu Stony Croo station
early one recent morning, and if
tho belief In ghosts was sti'w In evidence,
the witnesses of the affair
would have reason to believe they saw
one for sure. A freight train bound
for this city was standing Just east of
tho Stony Crook station at two o'clock
In the morning watting for a clear
track to proceed. The englno wjia
standing In the rocky cut east of the
station, when all at onco the flroman.
looking nho'iul, saw a man entirely nude j
upproacmng on tne traca. inc en
The Strange Man Reached the Front
of the Engine.
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CRITTENDEN PAGE THREE
JUIA 8TH 190"
Clio Mistake Ih Made by Mnny Ma
Don't mistake tho cause of back
To bo cured you inuBt Know mo
It la wrong to Imagine roller is
Backache Is kldnuy aclio.
Vi i mlinl nurii till IdlllllH'H.
A Milt-1 nil rcfllllL'llt tolls VOI1 llOW.
G 11. Johnson, 113 Own St.,
rlon, ICy.. "'For llvo yeurs A
fullered from kidney romplnlnt, It
being broiiRlit on by hard work.
Whenever I caught cold It settled
on my kidneys and at such times my
suffering was aggravated. Tho
secretions wore Irrogulnr In pan-'
wtgn and I was often forced to arise
ilurlim the night on thla account
There was a dull pan In the amall of
my i (k and wlion I arose In th"
morning I felt lame and stiff. I tired
asllv wnB neivotiR and also had
dizzy Bjtells. When Donn's Kidney,
Pills came to my attention, I procured
n box at Hayne & Tnylor'M
drug store and after I had finished
tho content) I was cured. It lven
mo pleaHtiru to Btnto that tliho has
proven tho cure to bo a vermancnt
one You are nt liberty to uho this
statement for tho benellt of other
For salo by all dealers. I'rlco 50
cents Co., Huffalo,
"New York, solo agents for tho
Uemembor tho name Donn's
and take no other.
TELLS THRILLING TILE
OF ESMPEJROM ISLE
CIVIL ENQINCSR AND COMPANION
UTILIZE AEROPLANE AS MEANS
Beattic, Wash. Frederick Stand-lab,
a civil engineer of Uoston, and
Adolph Von Mcsslnger, son of u
nobleman, utilised an aeroplane
jned by the as a means of
deliverance from n shipwreck In tho
Houth Paclllc, according to a story
told by Standlsh the other day. The
German perished. Standlsh, after a
thrilling night through the air, fell
Into the sea and was cast up alive.
He arrived In Seattle recently.
In the tramp ship Aphrodite
took passage for Sydney On
the forward dock was lashed the
aeroplane. Tho Aphrodite
sprung a lesk and every one save tho
"I Let Co and Fell Into the Sea."
American and Merman took to the
'Ifebonts. Tho two passengers of the
derelict kept It alloat and brought up
he wreck on a email uninhabited Island
of the Solomon group. Standlsh
and Von Messlngur waded ashore, carried
provisions, established a camp,
and waited for a sailing
"Hut none catnn," Standlsh said. "At
tho end of a month none was sighted.
Fearing we were outaldc the course
of all ships, we set about devising
plsn of escape. The aoroplane suggested
a means. After a week's work
tho young Gorman got tho machine In
sntlslactory shapo. Wo took aboard
water, provisions, and boarded the machine.
It roso like a bird and steamed
nbovo tho water sevoral hundred
yards and pointed In the direction wo
believed Australia lay.
"Fate sowned twalnst us. We had
not been out long before a gale waa
blowing. Wo were whirled through
tho air nt a torrlilc pace and Jt wu
with difficulty that wo kept from
Jng shnken out Hnlf an hour later
wo boro down on an island. I let go
and fell Into tho sea. Flvo minute
ntor I was thrown on the beach,
bruised, hatferod. nidutlfjly,
need an occasional itirrintr
constituted., bilious and
time, the laxative must not
aad cause sinking and sickness.
Uthe ideal treatment for old
never shocks. A tonic as
liver, stomacn ana
nizht -you'll icet
ed. but thankful. I found rayoeTTuoar '
Fpr Sale By Hai'iics 8, Taylor
glneer wnsjust a little frightened, although
he did not believe in ghosts,
and remarked to the fireman: "My
goodness, what is that man?"
Tho man kept right on and tbe -wonder
of tho fireman and engineer Increased.
"Lot on the steam nnd well scare
him off," shouted tho fireman. Dy this
tlmo the strange mnn, who was in
deed a man of flesh and bones, and not
a g ,ost' had reached the front of the
ng ne and took hold of It aa if to
Bhake the big motor Then it was, In
response to the call of tho fireman,
"' e escaping steam began to hiss
n tho man- f vldently believing ho
Jnd succeeded In starting the engine,
z. ran down 1... the Elde of tho machine
and escaped down tho track,
. . . . .
ie unknown was watched until he
, 'nd C8Ca.,,cd ,n "0dajrklC88. and then
the englnemen talked over the most
In trying to solve tho mystery It Is
the supposition that the visitor .was
some demented man who had escaped
from some house In the neighborhood,
and, espying the engine, had the delusion
that by giving the machine a
good shake he could start tho train on
its course. But so far as can be
,earned( n0 man wa8 m,B8lng In the
1clnUy of stony Creek on morn
Ing , queBu0n. It is said if the man
wa3 out ,j'tho cold very long he must
hft vn his donth illness.
Those who heard of the occurrence
recollect that it was In the same rocky
railroad cut; and a spot near where
the englno stood, that the body of
Charles W. Way, a Stony Creek station
master, was found one morning
some 12 or 15 years ago. If the trainmen
had boen at nil superstitious they
must have thought they had Been
Way's ghost when they saw the
strange man. For the murder of Way,
Poter Coffee was convicted and sent
to state prison, where he died.
While the englnemen are assured
they saw a' real live man, the affair
made quite an impression upon their
minds, and whenever they take a
train through the Stony Creek cut they
will doubtless think.
BULL FIGHT IN A STREET.
Woman's Red Waist Starts Big Animal
on Rampage and Several
Jersey City, N. J. ThlB city was
wildly excited over the running amuck
of a splendid blnck bull which be'eamo
maddened nt the sight of a rod shirt
waist and spread terrot before he was
ltnally killed by the police.
The animal was being led to a
slaughter house, when he espied the
red shirt waist of a young woman, and
Immediately decided to Investigate.
Hrenkinc from his keepers he charged
on the offending garment. Fortunate-
IJ lur lUB juuufi wuuiuu, 111c nullum a
horns were short and she
ly thrown across the sidewalk and
The bull did not stop to follow up
this attack, but, continuing down the
street, charged through a group ol
school children, three of whonf were
Injured; bowled over a pair of laborers
and smashed Into a fish shop, demolishing
the pinto glass windows and
overturning tho counters.
Two miles from his starting place
the Infuriated bull finally turned upon
a red patrol wagon full of policemen
sent to head him off. The policemen
hurriedly scrambled out of tho wagon
and shot at tho animal from behind
convenient trees and telegraph poles.
Thirty shots were fired before, the
bull was killed.
When fortune smiles on a man hi
can afford to laugh and grow fat.
AHACKS ITS MATE
FEROCIOUS ANIMAL FIGHT 18
NARROWLY AVERTED IN
PRINCESS BREAKS PARTITION
Helpers Hear Row and Finally Subdue
Belligerent Brute Other Beasts
Add to Noise of
Cincinnati. With a roar which
shook the whole carnlvora building nt
the i!oo, an enraged Siberian tlgrees,
received only a few days ago, sprang
at a temporary steel partition separating
her from a male Indian tiger, early
Wednesday morning, and before
Cecrgo Freeze, a keeper, who waa at
tho further end of the building, could
;ot to the sceno, "Princess," tho Siberian,
was In the next cage having the
preliminaries of what came near to
one of the most ferocious animal
f cbta of recent yews.
Keeper Freoze'a quick arrival, and
prompt use of a sharp prod and n
1 ream of cold water, was probably
the only thing which prevented both
timers from being badly bitten.
"Princess" waa lmjortel with the
'iUa of hor becoming a mate for
Pasha." Tho new arrival Is a
Jungle-born anl'inl, not yet used to
vi'lzod society. She 1b a
und since her arrival has spent
her tlmo In spitting and growling at
'hose who approach her cage. Monday,
In tho hoie that she would become
acquainted with her future mute,
Princess" was transferred to an ad-Joining
cage, or rather Into one-half
ef tKo cage, which had been divided by
tool bars. At tho lower corner, nearest
the front,, grating, which Is snHd
and immovable, was a doorT " TSe
whole framework of the temporary
frame of steel bars was then covered
with a floe meshed but strong wire
netting, for tho purpose of preventing
olther the tiger or tigress getting their
pawa Into the .other's compartment
and doing damage before the reconciliation
took place. The door was
lashed with small ropes. That was the
mistake. All day Monday "Princess
and "Pasha" sniffed at each other
fcji 11 vi II lr II H II I
kri I II If I t
imm I F'.'i &
She Caught "Pasha" with Her Right
through the netting, "Princess" con
stantly showing her teeth and laying
back her ears. There wan, however,
no violence, and Mr. Btephan began
to believe that the matchmaking was
an easier Job than he had anticipated.
Tuesday afternoon and evening
"Princess" began to get restless, and
took umbrage at the smallest thing.
Before the fight "Princess" bad been
making nervous trips up and down the
wire netting, when she suddenly
espied the wire gate. She dug her
paws into it and it mored. "Pasha"
darted to his side of the door with al
loud snarl, which "Princess" evidently
took as' a challenge, for, with a
roar, which started all the
other animals Into howling, she flung
herself at the door. It burst open with-a
clang and hit "PaBha" In tho face.
Surtrlsed, he retreated to the far corner,
while "Princess," probably n
much surprised ns her tribesman,
stopped ami crouched. It was at this
instant that Freeze heard the row and
ran up with an Iron rod. "Princess"
was Just In the' act of leaping. She
caught "Pasha" with hor right paw,
landing a tremendous b!ow. "Pasha"
gathered himself unwlll'ngly for defense,
being relatively a well-behaved
By the constant Interference of
Freeze and his lrcn rod, and the arrival
of others with the hoso resulted
in tho animals backing off a few feet
from each other. There they crouched
and roared at each other, occasionally
raising their paws for a swishing blow,
precisely like the manner of domestic
cats. Once "Prlncest." leaped, but a
Bcrapcr caught her squarely In thu
mouth. By means of tho prods,
scrapers and hose tho animals were
kept npart In' a cago which Is not more
than 8 by 10 feet. Freeze says he
aever heard such roaring as filled the
carnlvora for a space of ten minutes,
for the leopards, lions, JnsuaM, hyenas
and other anlma's added their noise to.
that of the combatants. ,
THE BEES ARE SHORT LIVED.
The Life of This Industrious Little
Worker Is Placed at One
The life of a working bee is but a
month, so at the end of winter the
old bees rapidly die from old age.
Various means are used to secure a
force of young bees, such zs spreading
and equalizing brood, etc. Judicious
stimulative feeding Is safer and
more reliable than all the rest, says a
writer In Farm and Home. With a
young, vigorous queen, n colony reduced
to a more handful can usually
by this method be built up In an amazingly
Stirring uprtKe bees during early
spring is always a heavy drain upon
their energies and to avoid doing so
tho feeding should be dono at night.
If the weather be chilly the feed
should be given warm. Do not attempt
to feed during the day. Once
feeding is begun threo must be no
stops till the weather becomes warm
and settled and honey Is coming In
regularly. Erratic feeding Is decidedly
The Cause of Limberneck.
Llmberneck with chickens is caused
by the birds entlng decaying ttosh or
Auk nnnintnlnp mnpffntn Tho
1 gots lodgo In the throats of the birds.
causing paralysis or the muscles or tne
neck and consoqucnt inability to swallow
food. When affectod, -the chicken
remains Inactive In one place for days
t Mmn. without control of Its neck
or head. Since there is no longer power
to take food or drink, It gradually
dtcs of starvation and perhaps slow
polsonlo. Very few that become afflicted
Not much can be done with a chicken
suffering with llmberneck. Soft
bread soaked with turpentine or kerosene
la said to be offeotiro In
the cause. If the case la taken In
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