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Flower of United States Navy Undei
IMPRESSIVE NAVAL SPECTACLE
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Irsl tlmcin the history of Hie country
liu president of tin; L'nltnl Slates re
viewed ami InsprrtPil, In time f peace,
s uroat fleet of I'nlted States war
jliips. The icreinony was a mainilfl
"cnt and Impressive naval spectacle. It
wan unmarred by the HllRhtest mishap
until just at Its uinclusion, when the
torpedo boat destroyer Harry ram met,
I he destroyer Decatur, fortunately,
however, dolus little dumase.
The review occtired on Urns Island
"omul two miles and u lialf off the en
try to Oyster Hay The president, Sec
retary Moody. Admiral Dowey, Ilcar
dmlral Taylor. Kear-Admlral Uodi;
Tt, ('apt HrowiiHon. (ien. Chaffee and
'ieti Harry, htood on the bridge of tilt?
m.Mllary cruiser Mayflower ns she.
-.teamed slowly down one column "I
he warships and up the other.
Tin- l'r'lih'i!ts It iithui.
At the (oncluslon of the review I'res
dent Roosevelt received on board the
Mayflower Itear-Admlial Albert S.
I'.irl;er, commainier-lii-clilet of the
N'oith Atlantic fleet: Ri-ar-Admlral
lainiTi A. Sands, (ommander of the Ca
ihbean sipiitdion; Heat-Admiral .lo
eph H rouhlau, c-ommanillni; the coast
inailron. ami Rear-Admiral William
Wlsr, cimini-inditii; the training
I" nil on. 1 le ;iUo ( elved the ( ap
i'Ui, and commandiiiK ollic '-i of tin
l ve:-sils ill Hie fleet
lie received alf-n the naval attache.-.
) the leKalion.4 of lour of the Kre-it
iwcrs, f'api. Dcrlnlr. of the ilritisli
iiili.i-hy; ('apt IMwin Schaefer, of the
'.'many embassy; Commander V. C.
if'i'alioff. of the Rui-sian cmlmhsy. and
I i 'enant Commander Isam TiiUhlii
K.'i. ot the .lapuncse lei;alion.
AmoiiK the other une-ts of the presl
fi ut on hoard Hie Matlower were As
.iitant Secretary ot War Sanger, Sit
riioniai-i Upton, llutler Imuran, Cum
noilore lionnic, ot the New York Yacht
Col. Sharman-Cni'A lord, a repre
sentative of the Royal I'lsler Yacht
inli and l.'mleii Roo.-ueli
I'l'.dd'iit Ro'.iievelt entertninr d his
r'ei.i.s and all the i ommandiir.; olllcers
i' the licet at a dclUlnliil luncheon on
'maid Hie Mayflower
'!u:il In I'm-rJmi I'iiuiti, '
Dunne; the liiiicheon ihe pr-idenl
-i and said: "We have wi'h a., to
icpre:ieulallven of Hi" hi eat pow-
. ilivat Hrltaln. (lermaii. Russia
i: ' i .l.ipun. I aik you lo driul. to iliehe
i., it powers and llielr sou-rcinus."
'I he toast was druiil; i mlf iik- Thei.
he president continued' "We also
llive with IIS representatives of an In
i "mat iuitiil incident. 'As to that, ma)
lie best boat win."
Willi laughter and applause that
I'usl liliC n e was ill milt by the Kiie.-us
PiMWi-q Totml In lli l'-lll'll.
('apt llcdair, ol the Uriilsh embas
,.. adilicshed the president as follows:
' In the name ol my i ollcai;ues,ln the
ia.ee ol our sovereigns and in the
,-iaine ol our i ountt'lcs, I desil" tf.
(hint jo'i. I iiropose Ihe health of the
pi fldeiH or Hie nulled States "
lti'iii unalii ihe uticsti. dranl: I he
o.i .t heart II)
At Ihe i oiii-lil-dim of Ihe luncheon,
b' oMIciTa returned In ihelr hhips. At
Z -S the president lei ihe Mayflower
in a btre for the flagship Ivearsai'Kt
lo leiurii the (.all of Itear-Adiulrn,
ll-.uKer lie was accompanied by Sec
leiary Moody, Admiral Dewey, Iteur
Admiral KodKers, Itcar-Admlral Tay
lor. (!en. Chaffee and Commander Al
bert (Heaven of Ihe Mayflower.
Alter chattins willi Admiral llarker
md casually Inspecting the KearsarKO
Ihe president, before vlsltltii; the other
flagships to ret urn the rails of the rear
admirals, addressed the enlisted men
ami olllcers ol the ship. When they
hud been drawn up on the khii tlf!t he
spoke as IoIIowm:
tililri'x In Olllccr mill Men,
"Ollliein and enlisted men: I wish
to iay a word of thanks to you on bo
hall of the people of the United Stales.
I here are many public servants whom
I hold In high esteem, but theru urn ne
there whom I hold In iptlte the eMeem
I do the olllcers and unlisted men ol
Ihe navy and the army ol the I'nltet,
( herm lor .ilmlriil MiMTCy.
When the president npolte of Admiral
Dewey tin turned toward !;!m and
Imwid. The admiral answered (ho
how The men Interrupted to rheot
first the pteiildeiil and then the ud
ulrul. At the (oticltislon of (lie (cremony
ilie bind played the ("SUr Spangluil
CANAL TREATY REJECTED
Widespread Disappointment at Ac
tion of Colombian Senate.
Ciicriiiieliiiirnt mi it If III Ser
cllllllj HrmillliiK rriini tin- Treiily
Ulti-ii nn faun- or llejirlliiii.
Colon, Colombia, Auk. 18 All Colon
ind the isthmus of I'ananin Is in a
levor or excitement and widespread dls-'
ippolntmcnt at the rejection ot the
rniinl treaty by the Colombian senate.
High authorities on the Isthmus ex
press the opinion that President Roose
velt possibly may Insist em the rlKht
of the Cnlted States to purchase the
canal enterprise from the French com
pany. Colombia already having nunc
tinned the sale, and then take linme
Jlate steps to show Colombia that the
t'nltcd State;s is determined to so
through wilh the matter, at the same
time informing the Colombian govern
ment, that the obstacles In the way of
the transfer, viz, the questions ot
money and the sovereignty mid Juris
diction over the territory Involved, etc.,
ire questions for subsequent settlement
and possible arbitration at The I tactic.
Other people think that Colombia will
5oon rei-ognle the seriousness of her
mistake In rejcdlng the treaty, as the
I'nlted Slates and the European na
tions will surely lose no lime In forc
ing a seltlemen; ot their claims on Co
lombia. Senor Oscar Teran. one of the con
gressmen for the isthmus, willing lo a
friend here about a week ago, said:
"The opinion of the senate as tar sir.
It Is possible to judge is opposed to rat
ification and piobably the treaty will
be rejected on the ground that. It is an
ix ii violation ol ihe constitution of
he republic, which does not provide,
or u (ess-ion by treaty of sovereignty.
;f the treaty in i ejected by tue senate.
:hat would be the end of Ii. If it is
passed by the n'lia' it must go lo tin-
onse of ifprcsentatlves, as ratifica
tion, according to our laws, must be ac
( orded b both house-a "
THE WORLD'S FAIR LAGOONS.
Miin- 'limn n Mlli- of Wlcli- l.ii-UIikii-.,
oniililiil Willi Viii-Ii-iI Wil
ier rntl In tin- II Jl I I'li-I inc.
Si l)ouis, Aug IS -Klectrlc launch
es. In rim eleclrb barges, Venetian gon
dolas and a large number of other
mull cratt will ply the mile of water
ways al the World's fair next year.
The large boats will run over regular
t nurses carrying passengers between
landings, which ill be supplied in
various parts of the grounds. Tin; la
toons reach every section of the main
picluie ot the exposition, passing by
the facades of many ot the big exhib
it palaces and offering an unexampled
view of the cascades and fountain!).
The Intramuial railioad and ihe minia
ture railway do not r ac ii this dis
trict, mi thai the water iianspoitalion
will be an al tractive means of trael
'n Ihe "main pic lure."
The electric launches will carry
ilout persons each, the barges, "l
persons each: and Ihe plclurcsquu
gondolas, willi singing gondoliers, will
carry from eight to twenty person t
each. The latter will be lented by tin;
hour. All boats will be equipped with
awnings. Resides these bouts (hero
will be operated a fleet of water craft
of all nations, Including the house
'mat of China, the balso of India, the,
nit-rigger of the South Sea islands,
'he surf boats ol Hawaii. Ilie ciinoeu
i in I dug-outs of the American Indian
mil Ihe cntamaran of Australia. Nov
elty boats designed to represent pea-
cod s. swans, wa serpents and othei
real and tabled beings will also ba
operated. Special boats decorated and
equipped Willi music and singing gon
doliers will be maintained lor private
boating parties which will be a social
tea tu re of the exposition
IIhw Ilie lleeiirnllt i Miitiiur ill the
Wm-lil' Urrnlml I:iiiiiiIiIiiii
8t. Louis, Aug. IS. The sculpture
.'or the decoration of the buildings ami
grounds of the IoulHiuna I'urchase ex
position Is llrsl modelled In the studio'
of the different sculptors commissioned
to do (he respective works ami Is then
enlarged or "built up" In a large work
shop at llohokcn. N. .1 , and at the
World's lair grounds in St Louis, The
work of enlarging requires the servic es
of a large force of men and makes a
busy Industry. Many of thono so em
ployed are students and young sculp
tors, who thus obtain a livelihood
wlille studying art, and at the same
time have an opportunity to make
progress In knowledge of the art ol
sculpture nud skill in modeling.
The preparation of the decoratlv
sculpture for so vast an exposition 'if
the World's fair at St. l.ouU i.i u
monumental task. It engagca tho at
trillion of over cl.-jluy sculptors, be
rides the large number of men about
ninety employed In the enhrgemra.
work. This activity goes on under the
direction ot the well-known tculptor
OF OLD COMRADES
Magnificent Reception to Old Vet
erans in California.
CITY ELABORATELY DECORATED
PimMllilr .ViIIiIiik I'lner In America
Mi-i-llnu of Old I'rleniln, Mmiy of
W hom Hail ,Vit .Mi-t In Yi-nra
Many TiiiicIiIiik liielilenln.
San r'ranclsco, Aug. 18. The mem-'
hers of the Grand Army of tho Repub
lic: who have been arriving by every
train for the past week to attend theli
thirty-seventh annual national en
campment, were treated to a genuine
surprise Monday night. As they ramo
from the east and south they had noted
that the city was in gala attire. They
bad seen business buildings decorated
In the national colors and had casually
observed the wires strung across the
principal streets. The twin Gothic
arches elected In the ccn(er of the
business section of the city also came
In tor a share of appreciation.
A Vi-rtliililc A. pert ilf Drllulil.
Hut this gave way to admiration as
darkness fell and the electric current
was turned on. Then suddenly, as 11
by the call of a magician's wand, the
city was transformed from its daily
commercial aspect Into a veritable as
pest of delight. The Gothic arches
spanning His principal avenues elabor
ate in their decorations anil crowned
wiih flags, suddenly burst into bloom,
each a marvel of color and artistic do
i.igii. Possibly nothing finer had been
teen in America, certainly nothing of
equal beauty in tills city.
Old ('iiim-nili-M i:(lituic f.i'i'i-tlima.
(Ilanc ing along Market street, the
Dlt's main thoroughtare, the eye was
met at every point by fluttering flags
ami lights that bore the national colors
swinging from slended waves of wire.
The evening was a perfect one, so tar
as weather was concerned, and the
otrpets were thronged until a late hour
with vl'illng veteransand their friends.
The events of Hie day were of Hie
routine order, nothing special being on
the programme. Arriving delegations
were received and escorted to the quar
ters assigned to them, old friends ex
changed greetings, and many excur
i.lons were made to nearby points of In
terest. Monday nlgbl receptions were
Ik Id by several California and Nevada
s-r. i.oi i m ( aitiim: i'iti.i:.
MfHt (ilHItl C'lllltllM Ilf S.'li fj,
A. It. I II 1-11 111 l III t Ik I III I IK I.
Sail Train is(o. Aug. IS. St. Louis
.md Sail Lake Cuy are the chief (oin
petilors ot Dense r in the contest lor
the meeting place of Hie national en
campment in l!ml. All three cities are
making strong fights, but talks with
many delegates indicate that Si. Louis
stands a good chance of capturing the
priye. The argument presented that
visitors to the (! A. R. reunion will
aho have an opportunity Cf seeing Hie
World's lair has had muvJi weight
which may be shown when the ballot
All of Ihe state delegations are now
established in their headquarters, most
of which have been concentrated with
in a tew blocks ol the triumphal arches
at Hie Intersection of Market, Kearney
Geary and Third streets.
Hnslei'ii Vi'leni nn Wnrinlv (irri-leU.
Meetings of old friends, many of
whom had not seen each other for
years, were frequent during Ihe day
Members of California posts were espe
cially warm In their greetings of their I
romrade.i from the east. The simul
taneous arrival of u large delegation
from the Sacramento valley and of a
traluload of easterners, Monday, caused
a temporary blockade on .Montgomery
street, but all were soon assigned to
The leading oltlcers and many mem
bers of the Women's Relief Corps and
Ladies of the G. A. R. are here, and
Interesting sessions of these auxiliary
bodies are anticipated.
THE MISSOURI STATE FAIR.
l-'lrnl llii) iif i:hlhlllun Altrai-ta
l.nrur Allriiiliiiii-f All HuIIiIIiik
I'illeil Willi i:lillilU.
Scdalla, Mo., Aug. 18. The third an
nual exhibition of the Missouri stale
fair opened here Monday morning The
the new buildings constructed this
year have been fully completed and arc
nearly tilled with exhibits, There wa'i
p. complete readineiis this year for the
opening, and the fair promises to be
the best one held since It became a
state institution. The block show was
excellent last year, but It Is larger and
better this jear, while the poultry show
In nhe new brick poultry building sur-IMh-es
anything of the kind ever se-ia
in the west.
The gates were thrown open to vis
itors and It Is climated that 1 '),))')
persona were ou the grounds.
Give Warning of "Approach of iHore
Serious Trouble. ,
D you experience fits of depression with restlessness, alternating
with extreme irritability, bordering upon hysteria? Arc your spirits
easily allccted so that one minute you laugh, and the next fall into con
vulsive weeping 'i
, Do you feel something like a ball rising in your throat and threaten
ing to choke you; all the senses perverted, morbidly sensitive to light
and sound; pain in the ovaries, and especially between tho shoulders;
sometimes loss of voice; nervous dyspepsia, and almost continually
cross and snappy, with a tendency to cry at the least provocation?
If so, your nerves are in a shuttered condition, and you are threat
ened with nervous prostration.
Undoubtedly you do not know it, but in nine cases out of ten this is
caused by some uterine disorder, and the nerves centering in and about the
organs which make you a woman intluencc your entire nervous system.
Something must be done at once to restore their natural condition or
3ou will be prostrated for weeks and months perhaps, and suffer untold
Proof is monumental that nothing in the world U better for thi3
purpose than I.vdia K. lMtikliaiu's Vgntu1lo Compound; thou-'
sands and thousands of women have written us so.
How Hrs. Holland, of Philadelphia, suffered
among the finest physicians in the country, none of
whom could help her finally cured by Lydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"Dear Pinkham : For over two years I was a constant suf
foi or from extreme nervousness, indigestion, and di.ziuess. Menstruation
was irregular, hud backache and a feeling of great lassitude and weak
ness. I was so bad that was not able to do my own work or go far in
the street. I could not sleep nights.
"I tried several splendid doctors, but they gave mc no relief. After
taking Lydl.i K. IMuklium'.s V!ge!tablo Compound I soon began to
feel better, and was able to go out and not fuel as if I would fall at
every step. I continued to take the medicine until cured. J
"I cannot say enough in behalf of Lydia 15. Pinkham's medicine,'
and heartily recommend all sulfering women to try it and find tha 1
relief I did." .Mr.s. Ji.oi:i;.x'e Holland, S. Clifton St., Phila-'
delphia, Pa. (Jan. (, 1002.)
Another case of severe female trouble cured by,
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, after the
doctors hdd failed.
"Dr.Ait Mas. Pinkham: I was in poor health for several years.
I had female trouble and was not able to do my housework alone. I'
felt tired, very nervoti-, and could not slepp. I "doctored with several'
doctors. They doctored me for my stomach, but did not relievo me.1
I read in your book about your medicine, and thought I would try it.
I did so, and am now cured and able to do my work alone, and feel
good. I was always very poor, but now weigh one hundred and lifty
'I thank you for the relief I have obtained, and I hope that every ,
woman troubled with female weakness will give Lyiliu K. I'lnkliuiii'd
Vegetable) Compound a trial. I have recommended it to many of my i
friends." ,Mits. .Maiua P.owmts, Millersville, Ohio. (Aug. 15, 1001.)
AVI11 not tlio volume's of letters freim women inuele strong ly i
I.ydia 11. JMnkham's Vegetable Compound convince: all el tuo i
vlrtues of this medicine?
How shall the fact that It will bclpitbem 1m made plain?
Surely you cannot wish to remain weak, anil sick, and elise our
nged, exhausted with -ae-!i elay's weirk. Yeiu haves some ileirniiKe
iiicntof the; feminine organism, anel Lyella i:. IMukbam's Vegetable
Compound will help you just us surely us It lias others.
ftv' i Hl J
Nine out of ten women are nervous
Buffering in silence. Sick headache is ono
of the first symptoms things go on from
bad to worse until utter collapse.
Don't delay if you have frequent head
aches that is a sure indication your stomach
is wrong. Indigestion, dyspepsia, constipa
tion, liver and kidney troubles soon follow.
will quickly seek out and correct stomach
complications headaches' disappear, your
ppetite is good, refreshing sleep is induced.
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin is very
pleasant to take, and is sold by aU
druggists 50c and $1 bottles.
MKVT FRKR. Trial bottle aa4
vlubie book on stomach troubles.
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