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THE ABGUS, SATUBDAT, NOTE3tBEE 29, 1902.
Chicago Dental Company
If yon are in need of dental work
call on us before going elsewhere as
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need of a set of teeth call and i,e our
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to fit in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you more
than our prices below.
Cement fillings 25C
Bone filling 2SC
I'latinnm filling. fiOt
Silver fillings SOc
Gold fillings, $1 and up 1.00
Gold crowns, 4 to 5 4.00
Set of teeth, $5 and up S.()0
$15 set of teeth for 10.00
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Over Speidel' Drag Stor
Quality and make.
McCoy & Co., N. Y.
S. M. Arndt & Co.,
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jtYTH and Unci thfim crf'( t. CruHrt't dc
wrlthorit them. I have used them forsorro; lime
for indigestion and biliousness ntul am no- com-IlftU.-ly
cured. Iteeommf-nd them, to everyone.
Oul'O tried, you will never be vit!ioit tlim in
the fiimiiy." Euw. A- LlA.H.x. Albany. N. Y.
Pl?a?it. Palatabl". Potent. TaRte Good. Do
Good, J.'cTor Sicken. Wcalcou or Gripe 20c, 25c, SCO.
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tin Tfl f?If Sold stid rwiranteed br I1 drug
HU" I U'SAtl Kiel to C tut; Tobacco Ilabli.
TKFf TASTE VI
much like. toi
Gesufne stamped C C C Never sold fa bolic
Beware cf the flea cr who tries to sell
"something iast as eood.'r
For Drunkenness and
ean write us.
ClratiM and betDtlfin tlu haJX- $
ITorer yJ'- o Has to re Orx -Hir
-o Its 'oathfut Color.
Praventa Dandmfl an d hair tailing
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THE NEW GOVERNORS
MEN4 WHO WERE HONORED BY
THEIR FELLOW CITIZENS.
fume of th- Elcet Who For the First
Tlnie Will Preside Over Comtaon-wealib-thlcf
In Tvtont j--ulne States.
Twenty-nine states voted for gov
ernors at the recent elections, and.
while many of those chosen were-reelected,
some are men who for the
first time have been thus honored by
their fellow citizens. Anions: the new
Keverirors perhaps Samuel W. renny
IKicker of Pennsylvania. W. J. Bailey
of Kansas, S. W. T. Eanham of Texas.
e C. Pardee of California. .Tolm
OF.OKGE C. VARDEE.
Governor elect cf California.
I... Batea of Massachusetts and J. IT.
Mickey of Nebraska have attracted
the widest public Interest because of
their personalities and the strenuous
campaigns which preceded the deposit
In of the ballots.
Governor Elect I.anham was perhaps
the only one of the sextet who hud no
doubt of the outcome, lie is a native
of So-ith Carolina and foutrht in the
Confederate army. He once represent
ed the Eleventh Texas district in con
gress, W. J. Bailey, who after .bin. 11 will
povern Kansas, is a type of the well to
do farmer of that state. lie is a native
cf Illinois and went to Kansas twenty
five years ago from the University of
Illinois. By dint of hard work and in
telligent application Lt has prospered
and is considered one of the richest
men In the state.
Dr. Georse Cooper Pardee, who has
been chosen to preside over the desti
nies of California for the ensuing four
W. J. BAILEY.
Governor elect of Kansas.
years. Is a native of the Golden State
and is forty-five' years old. He Is a
practicing physician in Oakland.
Samuel hitakcr Pennypaeker, Just
elected to serve four years as chief ex
ecutive of the commonwealth of Penn
sylvania, Is a man of varied attain
ments, lie is a forceful writer, an ora
tor of power, and as a judge his ability
has been recognized by' both the polit
John Mickey, governor elect of Ne
braska, is a native of Iowa and a vet
eran of the civil war. Por twenty
years be has been a banker at Osceola.
John Lewis Bates term as governor
SAMCEXi W. PENNTPACKEB.
' IGovernor elect of Pennsylvania.
ot Massachusetts will last but one
year, lie is a native or toe oiu i-ay
State and forty-three years old. He
lias been a member of the Suffolk bar
piece 1SS5. Mr. Bates has served five
years in the legislature and was elect
ed lieutenant governor of Massachu
setts In 1S83, 1900 d 1901. -
HE WON HIS BET.
Eailnfartory Coarse Dinner Served
Without Knives and Forks.
Several members of the TranKnortn-
tion club of this city were smoking anrtj
dialling Uii r me uiut uuiuer conee ai
few days, ago when the conversation
turned to the "norseiess age." Trolley
cars, automobiles and airships hadt
their share of the talk, when one of the
party, a young man well known-In,
New York clubland, said,' "I wonder if
they will ever invent silverless din-'
Silvcrless dinners:" exclaimed the.
"Yes; dinners at which one will no(
have to bother with knives, forks or
spoons, where everything will be pre-'
pared in such fashion that one can sim
ply take it in his fingers and still not,
require a pail of water alongside of
"I doubt it," said another. "In fact,
I don't sec how such a tlyng could very
"Well," continued the man who made
the proposition, "I am willing to wa
ger the cost of a dinner that I can get
up one which you will call excellent,
and we won't have a piece of silver on
The wager was at once taken, and the
young man sought the chef. Next night
the five men were again together, and
each had brought a woman to pass
judgment on the meal. It consisted of
eight courses, and all those present vot
ed it a perfect success. The menu was
Oysters on the half shell, to be eaten from
Consomme in cups.
Frogs' le.?s, with -a sauce on trie stile.
Half of a baked squi(b. with the leg- In ia
Lamb chops, with the ends In paper cap.
Ice cream sandwiches. Coffee.
New 'York Times.
Till p.'o vlntc the Eyes.
A singular story Is told about the
shape of the eyes of Mme. Jane Had
ing, the French actress, which are
very remarkable. They are of the clear
est and purest brown, like that of
mountain brooks or wave washed onyx,
and veiled with a thick fringe of black
and siiky lashes. But this is not all.
Her eyes are unusually and extraordi
narily long, and this length is due to
artificial means.- It Is a custom, among
tho Turks to lengthen the eyes by cut
ting the corners. This is done very
early, at the n?;e of two or three years,
the outer corners bring deftly split
with a lancet about the twelfth part of
While thtf wound is healing the lid
are drawn outward every day. and
win n it is quite' cured the eye is still
submit trd to tin drawing process every
day fcr a long time, with the result
that it becomes long and narrow. The
story about Mine. Hading proceeds to
declare that her father was in Turkey
and saw the practice and determined
to try it on his little girl, then about
three years old. Whether the story is
true or not. one thing Is certain the ad
mirers of the actress declare she has
the most beautiful eyes on the stage.
Sny.s the Drnutbil In I'n.xulnn.
John 11. Lanning of Cincinnati rises
to assert that the American physician
Is handling too much medicine on his
own hook and not giving the druggist
a chance. He says: "The drug trade is
badly cut into. Ten years ago all pre
scriptions were handled by druggists
exclusively, but now they don't stand
half a chance. In former times no
physician can led his own medicines,
but at each place visited wrote a pre
scription. Nowadays he is equipped
with a bag, in which In tablet form
are all the combinations to combat dis
ease. "The big drughouses are responsible,
together with the fact that nowadays
nearly all medicines can be tabletlzed.
The wholesale houses k H to the physi
cian, who in addition to his services
furnishes and charges for the medicine,
Aside from occasional prescriptions
about the only thing h-ft for the drug
gist is the sale of proprietary articles,
toilet sundries and the like."
The Rotation of I'm nan.
Everybody who takes an interest in
astronomy is aware that the two outer
most planets of the solar system, Ura
nus and Neptune, are believed .to rotate
liackward; that is. In a direction con
trary to the rotation of all the other
members of the system. But the evi
dence that they do thus rotate is Indi
rect; such, for instance, as the fact that
their satellites revolve liackwnrd in
their orbits. Boccntly, however, Henri
Deslandres of the Meudon observatory
has applied a method of determining
the direction of rotation by spectro
scopic obseuvation, which gives direct
evidence that in the case of Uranus at
least the rotation Is really backward.
The method is lised on the "Inclination
of tho lines in the spectrum of a ro
tating loly, and resembles thiat by
which a few years ago Prof essor Kee
ler demonstrated the motions of Sat
urn's rings. It is to bo applied next to
The Selenee of StoL.lncr.
According to Consul General Mason,
at Berlin, the trailing clouds of black
smoke from mill and factory that hang
over so many American cities, darken
ing the ntmosphero and befouling the
buildings, could bo eliminated if the
scientific methods of constructing chim
neys and stoking furnaces that prevail
in Germany were adopted here. "It is
not every strapping lalnjrer who can
shovel coal who is permitted to stoke
a loiler furnace in Germany," says Mr.
Mason. "The stoker in that country
must learn the theory and practice of
economical firing, whereby' the coal is
so distributed over the grate surface as
to secure the most perfect combustion.
The use of fuel briquettes for domestic
purposes in 'Berlin also tends largv.'y to
the prevention of smoke." . .
RIDING TO HOUNDS.
FAIR DEVOTEES OF-THIS DANGER
OUS AND EXCITING SPORT.
Women Who Itlvul Men In Skillful
and Ilnrinjc Horsrmatintiip Jnnip
Five Foot Fence In 1'tirHRlt of
Reynard A I'erllon Faslinie.
This Is the season when those lucky
folks who have the Inclination as well
ns time and money mount their thor
oughbred hunters and pursue sly Sir
Beynard over hill and dale to the mu
sic of beating hoofs and baying
Sometimes the pursuit of the fux is
diversified by a run after an aniseed
bag dragged over the ground as a
scent for the dogs to follow. But It
amounts to pretty much the same thing
ill the end. for the bag is drauged over
a course fully as difficult as Un one
likely to be chosen by the bushy tailed
fox, and the glory of "first in at the
death" is as eagerly conqHted for.
From now until Christmas those who
dwell near the haunts of tin- Meadow
Brook hunt on I.ong Island and the
Badnor and Hose Tree hunts, near
Philadelphia, may hear the baying
hounds on any morniug an. I if they
choose to go afield may behold
company of riders in all their
These three hunt clubs, organized ex
clusively for the sporty of fox chasing
on horseback, are the most famous of
the kind in America.
The Meadow Brook hunt bears the
distinction of having President Roose
velt as a fellow member. The ::!() odd
millionaires who compose this club also
take pride in the knowledge that two
women among them are acknowledged
to be the leading horsewomen in Amer
ica. They are Mrs. James I,. Kcrno
chan and Airs. Emily I.adenkurg.
Mrs. Kernochan is perhaps the better
known in this country, where she does
all her hunting, mostly around New
York, where she began making her rep
utation as a fearless horsewoman
about five or six years ago. As Miss
Eloise Stevenson she cared not one jot
or tittle for fox hunting, but shortly
after her marriage she cultivated a
fondness for it, and now she is one of
every club hunt. She
a half dozen meets in
MI;S. JAMES L. KEKXIK-UA.V.
the years she has been following the
hounds, and the Meadow Brook aver
ages three a week.
Fellow huntsmen say Mrs. Kerno
chan is absolutely without fear. She
"rides straight," us they say. Fences
or walls have no terrors for her nor do
they cause her to draw rein, but many
men lalk at such obstacles and prefer
to go around rather than risk their pre
cious necks in a jump. Mrs. Kernochan
has suffered several falls, but has al-waj-s
escaped serious injury.
Mrs. Lade-nburg. like Mrs. Kerno
chan, is young and fair. She is the wid
ow of Adolph Badenburg and has a
fortune of nbout $7,HH,ooo. She spends
a good bit of her income in hunting,
not only on Long Island, but in Europe,
at Newport and at Aiken, N. C. Unlike
her fair rival, she grew up in the sad
dle. As a mere girl she hunted with
the Itockaway hounds, of which her
brother, Eben Stevens, was at one time
Among other accomplished anil fear
less women hunters are Miss Ran
dolph, daughter of William C. 'Whit
ney's second wife, who was mortally
Injured while following the hounds at
Aiken. S. C; Mrs. Cushing. Mrs. H.
Van B. Kennedy, Miss May Bird. Miss
Maud Livingston and Mrs. Stanley
Mortimer, all constant attendants at
Among the men the palm is generally
accorded to r. F. Collier. He is the
oldest active' huntsman by all odds.
Most men stop - following the hounds
when they reach. middle age, but Mr.
Collier at seventy odd years attends
the meets with as clocklike regularity
as he did in his younger days. When
ever the bugle sounds the start he is
pretty sure to be on hand, and before
the hunt is over he usually manages to
run away from nearly all the young
bloods who endeavor to keep up with,
The Vanderbilts and Goulds have not
until recently taken-up this dangerous
and exciting sport. Iicginald and Al
fred Vanderbilt, like George Could, are
well known as polo players and from
this have graduated Into huntsmen.
George Gould hns planned to build a
house on the Hempstead plains, and as
this Is in the heart of the fox hunting
country on Long Island lie may be ex
pected to join his feLVw millionaires in
the pursuit of the fox and risk his neck
for the sake of the coveted "brush."
T , $ f'V
MriTiiallfs-t ? r. rsaV,- iJaV..i. A-aM-Wb rtalsAtABfaaftBs
. CHINESE JOAN OF ARC.
Sleh King; Kin ft. Who Wonid Lead
Her Sisters Oat of Bondage.
A Joan ol Arc has arisen to enlighten
custom ridden Chiua. Unlike her illus
trious prototype, she leads no armed
hosts, and the banner she raises Is for
the reform of social conditions, not the
glory of a king. Nevertheless the pagan
maiden's patriotism is as heroic and
her puriMjse as noble as that which ac
tuated the Maid of Orleans.
Under the auspices of the Chinese re
form movement Sieh King King, an
eighteen-year-old Chinese girl, has been
leading a crusade among her country
men and women in San Francisco
against the system which keeps the
Chinese woman ignorant and makes
her a slave.
Sieh King King is the daughter of a
liberal minded Tientsin merchant and
first lifted her voice in public when she
addressed her countrymen in the pub
lic garden of Shanghai when it became
known that the late I.i Hung Chang
proposed by a secret treaty to place
Manchuria under ltussian control.
She came to thus country for a uni
versity education, but in addition to
her studies intends to wage vigorous
warfare for the freedom of Chinese
women. Chinese women of the better
f I II I I p H I IJ. II II I, Ml I I 111
v . ' '' for H '
SIEU kino k i;;.
' class never mingle with men either at
private or public gatherings. Little
i Sieh King King proposes to change this
and put them on terms of social equali
ty. The lack of education and self con
ltdence, Sieh King says, makes the Chi
nese women ditticult to handle. She
has no trouble in convincing the men,
but centuries of subjection ami captiv
ity have made the women timid.
The young reformer does not believe
in the Chinese practice of crippling wo
men by stunting the natural growth of
their feet and will fight for the aboli
tion of this barbarism au well as the
other reforms she has inaugurated.
Sieh King King lives with her uncle,
Ilsuch Sing Ying, a San Francisco
merchant. She has tlie support of tho
best Chinese clement in this country in
her proposed reforms.
UTAH'S NEW SENATOR.
Mormon Apoxtle Who May Sit In Ip
Ier Mouse of Congress.
As a result of tlu; recent elections
an apostle of the Mormon church will
probably succeed J. L. Bawlins as
United States senator from Utah. The
election of Ueed Smoot by the legisla
ture of Utah is practically assured,
and the opponents of Mot-monism are
preparing to make a fight against his
recognition by the members of the so
called upper house of congresr.
The campaign in Utah was a most
spirited one. Smoot's candidacy was
warmly supported by tho adherents of
the church in the state, while many of
the gentiles were opposed to the idea
of electing a Mormon apostle. At any
rate, he won out handsomely and Is
sure of election if he allows his name
to go before the legislature. The leg
islature meets on Jan. 5.
Itced Smoot is an apostle of the Mor
mon church, i but little over forty
years of age and Is wealthy and popu
lar. His father was one of the pioueers
who crossed the plains with Brigham
Young and was an early settler of
Provo. Mr. Smoot's present home. His
wife Is a daughter of II. S. Eldredge,
a leading banker of Salt Lake City.
She brought him a fortune, which he
has increased by careful handling un
til he -himscif is reputed to be a mil
lionaire. He is a banker and nianu-'
facturer and is interested in a large
number of other enterprises.
at. V- !
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ira&es and most of
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P. D. BECKWITH,
2Iarrt of KfckwitU'u
stoce m Ac worltg.
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TKe Secret of
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