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THE DAILY PANHANDLE
Coat, a Plain Pant
We have Just
Let Every Child come and Get
a Nice Bag for the Books Free
WAY OF THE
Meanings of "Sourdough" and
"Cheeehaqua" and Their
pajeUl to Dally Panhandla.
' Seattle. Wash., Aug. ST.- There
ar. several terms that pertain nl
moiit xcluslvely to life In the north
that people in tho I'nltod Statca of
ten h.ar without understanding. Ono
of th. benefits of the Matka-Yiikon-Pacific
Exposition which will be held
at Seattle Inl90! will be the familiar
trlng'of millions of persona with min
ing methods and terms ar the world m
fair will have exbiUiu of all knln JucaJfuj. wnipleiioii.- -rnlalng
and explanations of all tcflnTIi . v, ' ' - - -
I The terms "cheeehaqua and "sour-jtwtrghas-ar.
used In the "north y
everyone, slid nr. among, the most
Vtmmon words heard. A "rhoeoh
(dua' Is a newcomer. The word Is
Indian one, as Indians of the
'nrth formerly referred to all while
n,en as "rheechiiqiiar." The term
r,rrle lth It a sort of rontempuous
ffrce, as "a Rreen one," "one that,
knows llltle about the country or Its
The term "sourdough" Is derhed
fi'Oin the h;iMl of (he old miners to
B1akt their bread wlihout yeast.
According to northern deflnatlon
"checchaqiKi" heccomes a sour
ugh when he h.is scon the lee In
Jr Yukon rhcr freeze over, ana
Iter the winter pa our analn to
tie sea. It Is a mooned question
i el her a man has to be In the
untry only, or whether he has to
tiially witness ihe leaving of the
a great event In the yearly
le of the north. A man ano
Jes north in the r !nier U illl n
I heerhsnua" until h" h:t iwn the
'cj frexe and pas out. Heme a
4sn en'crlng the north in September
i only a theethatua" for tn months
ill .lute, while n ntan entering the
pun'rv In Decniiier after the river
fii..en does n)' become a " 'O.ir-
ous"!" till a year from the rol.ow-
I lig June w nen u nn-ns.
IOR TKt COMFUXiON
have etrrythinR worth keep
There are nuuy svorthlev.
n.4 even harmful Preparation on
the market that it w ill be well for
you to buy where i kept only
RtlUBlt Will GOODS
We invite oi to pay us a visit
und innct what we hat in that
line. If xou know the N?-t prepa
rtttow, you'll revocnuetlnni here.
U(h t S
our COMBINATION SUITS
PRICES $3.50 TO $9.00
received many hundred pairs of Knee Pants, both plain and Knickerbocker. All Prices
40c TO$2.00 oaoh
The Boys Need our SCHOOL SHOES $1.90. $2.00, 02.50 and $3.00
And Our Long Black Stockings 15c, 2Qc and 25c
Will Demand a New State.
Spor.lal to Dally I'anhandle.
Spokane, Wnsh., Aug. 27. Spo
kane will resume Ha campaign for
the carving out of a new state In
tho Northwest, to be. known an Lin
coln, when tho Trans-Misslsnlppl
Commercial congress meets lu Mus
kogee, I. T., next Novomber. The
jilan Is to take sufficient torrltory
from OreKon, Washington and Idaho
for the rreatlon of a great new com
monwealth In what Is now known
as the "Inland empire." Spokane
pronenled the proposition at the last
niei'tlnp; of tho congress In Kansas
City, hut tailed to secure official In-
J dorsenicnl for the project. The del
egation from this city will urge that
the n.ime and fame of Abraham Lin
coln should be perpetuated by nam
ing a state after him. The lobby
will also argue that the region to bo
Included In the projected new state
has no common Interests with the
metric coast, and that Us natural
resources warrant Ihe formation of a
new commonwealth. It Is believed
that favorable consideration by the
Trnns-Mlssisslppl congress will go
far toward bringing the plan to a
. ' i : - --. ; :
ClMtkia) Ma. th. 0I4mI WalM Ctty
In Ti Hamlsphtra.
On. of th. few walled cities In this
hemisphere ami perhaps the oldest. Is
that of Cartagena. Colombia, 8outn
America. The wall, which Is still
standing and lu excellent' condition,
stretches Its Irregular circumference
several miles In Inclosiug what was
tie of the gayest, wealthiest and lar
gest cities of the new world In the
days of Spanish supremacy. It Is said
that g."An.nnn was spent In construct
ing this wall, and It must pe remem
bered that three or four centuries sgo
tlint mwint considerably mors money
thitn It does now.
The wall Is wide enough to accom
modate seTcral leatns sbresst. Its top
Is list in most pliM-es, while at Inter
vals there stand sentry boxes, showing
tlint tho wall tens meant to guard th.
light hearted resMent within Its In
rliire from sudden attacks either by
sea or by laud.
At one end of the wall near the sea
Is still to be seen the government pris
on. Here there Is a long row of cells,
whi.h are still kpt for th use of prts.
oner. At present these offenders are
niiii'h soueht by tourists to the Spanish
malii, for many of the men confined
tbfre hav. for srle exquisite carvings
ou shell and wood. -New York Herald.
IN CASE OF FIRE.
Ths Landlord Told H. L.Urary Quest
How to Gft Out
In the days lcfore the dawn of his
fairc It was the practl.e of a certain
well known autber to wander up and
! down the land sti-kiug what ha might
I .1 . In .... f ...fi.,n nA
lini'tii us t iitt n u; piviivu
local color. In this way be. had drifted
Into Arksna. "njughlng It." and not,
ss he cprese It. presenting an sp-
l rtearnni-e f-sU-ulst'-d to Inspire a hotel
proprietor with uniiiniteci connaence.
Th euly hi trl In the town, a frame
stmeture. seeinetl to hare been built
upon the th"ory that there wss plenty
, rf room strslght up. bnt thst ground
, ha l to l-e iNMight. snd the wsnderer
' was shown to a room en th. third
foor. rest het though many nirrow
nil 'lwfrff nauinL From the ens
! window It was a straight drop to ths-
"Pay. how would t get ut of this
pta.e In caae of fr?- he asked th.
iand'rd, wb hsd brought op hts grip.
The other eyed Mm coldly.
-Waal." b driwl,!. "all r wooH
have to do wnatd le to slnw tber eight
wat-hnn-the or with tber hgun
-a reretp'ed Mil fb y' board an
H4ctn' an' avt Ma to Me mp th. ball
dog "Cleveland Irs.ler.
A Mission That faitod. j
The Sire de Jtlnrdl tel' n In bl
-I!;1of-e d Bt. Urti s" how a eertal
noher Tva of the preaebws fna ,
t while ciMtng a street
v a Knickerbocker
sade an aged woman who carried in
her right hand a bowl of Are and In
her 'eft n bottle of water. I
"Where ore yptJ goln??" asked the j
"I go," said she, "to burn t heaven I
with the fire and put out hell with the
water, and so I will make an end .f I
"And for why will ymi do this?" nsk-
ed the friar. i
"Bees use," said she, "I would that
w. did good neither for tho Joys of
heaven nor for tho fear of bell pnln.
bnt purely for the love of Ood, who
deserves so well of us and who Is able '
to deliver ns from evil."
Forgottsn Hetsl Kays.
"I suppose," said a guest, "a good j
many forgetful people go off with your
hotel key a?"
"This will show yon." said the clerk. ,
And he took from a drawer the fol- ;
lowing printed slip:
'The manager of the Blank hotel ar- 1
knowledges with thanks the return of ;
key No. , whloh M by oversight
carried away on departure." .
fto many keys, the young man ex- ,
plained, were mailed bsek by forgetful t
guests that It had been deemed advlea
ble, as a time saving device, to have
a key acknowledgment printed. New
111. goose, which for some oknows
Mason has becnm an emWiu of Id-
ntory, but which It really a wis. bird of
good habits and on of th. most prof
itable for th. fancier, was probably
tb. first fowl to be domesticated by
man. Ilom.r, 1.2 years before tho
Christian era, speaks of his geese. In
which he wss greatly . Interested, and
the hieroglyphics of Egypt prov. that
ut his time they had been tamed for
Giving Thtmtslvss Awsy.
Mr. Younghusband (reading from r
pert "Married-Blanche do Smythe to
Walter WelMnglon Beere." What old
taemorlea that name awakens! Mrs.
Y. (blushing) I never Imagined you
knew of my engagement to Walter.
Mr. T. (ehilllngly-l was alluding to
Blanche. Illuatratcd Bits.
"Did ( understand you to say." asked
Mrs. Chstters, "that your husband had
"Worse than that." repiled the min
ister's wife. "I eat I he'd bad no vava-tkvn."-rhlladelphta
"Are yon In pain, my little msn'
kind old gentleman sked.
"No." answered the boy.
pain's In me."
Krsw how to glre without hesita
tion, how to lose without recrct. how j
to acquire without meanness. George .
ACCOMPLISHED THIEVES, j
Ths Bhatteo. Aim ta Attain Parfoction
la th. Art of Stoslirg.
Th. Bhattees arr an Indian tribe ,
that devote their ro!e attention to
attaining perfection In tb. art of stesl-1
Ing. From their earliest years their i
youth are trained t. endur ! great- j
eet fatigue with comparative ease. j
Amoeg other aeeon-.p'.isluwi'uts which
the young Bhattee m -t nci'ilre by 1
To buy cheap for cash at the closing
- out sale, livery thing goes at cost
and freight plus 10 per cent.
constant practice, the following are In
He must learn to bleat Ilk. a shee.
UrX. Mk R dog. crow Ilk. a cock, brtfy
P,l. n ass and Imitate th. mnem.n
Cof 'at kinds 4 animals H. must p
abl. to erawl along the ground, rn
lil a goat or a dog or stand on bk
head with hla hind legs .trended tide
so as to appear in the dusk like th
stump of a tree. '
In connection with this Isst men
tioned seoulrement a story Is told oft
cavalry sentinel who while Standing
on duty on one occasion heard aoniS j
thing leave about the bead ropes of bis 1
horse. On looking round be ssw what
h. suppoiwd to l a large dog. w hich I
ran between bis legs snd nearly ujlset I
him. He suspected, however, that
some roguery wss on foot, asd th.
better to detect It, he placed bitnael ,
behind what appeared to be the stump
of a tree, at no great distance from
the spot on which he had been pre
He then hung bis helmet on the sup- 1
pmed stump, and, bent on the mnet at
itlve scrutiny, h. plsi-ed his head I
letween the two limbs of the tree, so
ss, unperceived, to command s direct
view ot the quarter from which th
noise bad st first proeeeded
This, however, was too much for ths
thief (for scrh In re.illry wss this i
would b. trre stumpl, who. una tile i
any Ion jer t restrsin his laughter, I
and finding his situation somewhat j
crltk al, sudJwily performed a soner-;
sault. upset the astonished soldier, ''
msda off wi'h his helmet snd wss
seen no more - London Telegrsph. I
"Bnt to my mind." said ihe clerical
tonrWt from the eaat. a plurality of
wives Is iinspr-ksble." "Huh." snort
el the good nstured Mormon. " never
even heard of one wife thst waa unspeakable"-
A Frank Admission.
"Yes. he aved my life."
"And you lud gone down for the
"Oh. for the tenth. I ksd been try
lug ! attract his stt.Aioa fnr an
hour."- PHUburf ToaC
& WENB A1LL
Itockefcllcr rastor Is 49.
Sueclal to Daily annandl.
New York, Aug. 27. Dr. Charlea
Frederick Aked, the distinguished
English clergyman who recently
came to New York to assume the
pastorship of the Fifth avenue Bap
tist church, of which John D. Rocke
feler la a distinguished member, to
day celebrated his 43rd birthday.
Ho was the recipient of many con
gratulatory messages from friends
and admirers In this country and
In accordance with the purpose
expressed af'the time of his arrival
In this country, Dr. Aked recently
Heiri s and
. ings, nats, btc. at tnedry
lowest of Prices.
Men's $30.oo to $35.oo Suits Now $19.00
25.oo to 27.5o " " J7.50
J8.ooto 22.5o " " J2.75
!3.5o to J5.oo " " 8.50
Includes our entire stock of Blue Serge Suits '
Boys School Suits Can Be Bought At
We are making: our final Wfnd-Up of all '
Summer Lines and in all departments you
will find the greatest bargains ever offered
a Cap, all
took out his first naturalization pa
pers and formally renounced his al
legiance to King Edward, and will
soon bocome a full-fledged American
citizen. Dr. Aked was born In Not
tingham, Kngland, on August 27,
1864. Since coming to New York
he overcome the prejudice which ex
isted against him as "Rockefeller's
pastor," and has shown that It Is his
Intention to speak the truth without
fear or favor, In aplte cf tho Influ
ences which were popularly supposed
to control his utterances. Hla re
nunciation of allegiance to the moth
er country has provoked much harsh
criticism among the Anglo-maniacs
Boys' ;XItphihgv Furnish
Mens $2.50 to $3.50
Hats Now -
Mens 75c and $1.00
414 Polk Street
of New York, but has added to his
popularity among a majority of th.
2.000 piece, of sheet music go
ing at lOe. a copy, for a few day.,
at O. II. Jackson's Music House, op
posite postofflce, 10 3c
The Panhandle Is especially pro
pared to print posters. In size from
the smallest to full sheets. It has
just received a fine line of large and
small wood letter especially for post
er and hand bill work. Soe our
samples when you want work in this
' 1 1
aiiKvi at the t:e of tlie .itb e