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TIER AEGTJ9, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1903.
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"Calumet" means 'A Pipe of Peace."
Calumet BaKing Powder means peace in
Food prepared Kith Calamet Ttaliing Powder is pare and healthful,
" and free from Kjschelle salts, lime, alum and ammonia.
SS SARAH FINLEY,
Vice-President of the Palmetto Club, Memphis, Term.
itlsi Sarah Finlry.
INE OF CARDUI
is a thoroughly
scientific and mod
ern remedy, meet
ing the needs of the modern
woman in the modern way
without tho torture of an
operation. Wine of Gardui
has cured them in the pri
vacy of their homes and it
ha3 found a place in the
heart3 of American women
that no other medicine ha3 found. In
their gratitude over 10,000 American
women have written letters commend
ing Wine of Cardui. Wine of Cardui
meets their wants as no other medicine
does. It sustains the young girl at the
shock of her entrance to womanhood.
Women who take Wine of Cardui have
little discomfort during pregnancy and
little pain at childbirth. When the
change of life appears they enter a
happy, healthy old age. Every month it
comes to the rescue to assist Nature in
throwing the impurities from the body.
Miss Sarah Finley, of Memphis,
Tenn., vice-president of the Palmetto
Club of that city, sncak3 for herself and
many friends when she bestows the
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V'-Wil'S -ari be purcnaKiKl at Oltj
bus. o? C, R. L &P. depot
Fifth fcve-ue foot of Thirty
Crst street. Feorla branch depot, foot of
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following praise on Wino
of Cardui :
Among the numerous
medicines placed before suf
fering women for their relief
none can touch McElree'i
"Wine of Cardui. It towers
above them all as a reliable
female remedy. It simply
drives pain and disease away
and restores health in an incredibly short
period. I have taken great interest in this
medicine for the past two years, since it
brought health and strength to me. I
have also recommended it to a number
of my friends and they who have used it
speak of it in the highest terms and I feel
that it is praise well bestowed.
If you are suffering from female
weakness Wine of Cardui is the medi
cine you need.
You can have health the same as
Miss Finley if you will take the Wine
of Cardui treatment. If you need ad
vice further than the complete direc
tions given on the bottle, address The
Ladies Advisory Department, Chatta
nooga Med. Co., Chattanooga, Tenn.
million suffering women
have found relief in
Wine of Cardui.
Chicago Dental Company
If you arc in need of dental work
call cu us before going elsewhere as
we can save you money. Wc use
nothing hut the best of material and
our work is guaranteed to be first
class in every Tespcct. If you are in
need of a stt of teeth call and e our
thin elastic plate. We guarantee it
to Ht in all cases and when all others
have failed. We never ask you rr.ore
than our prices below.
Cexacab lliiijiga 2&t
jkmo Ulling 1
rlaUnnin tiliins. ... vV
nlver tilings qqz
fiold killings, ?1 and up 1,00
Gold crowns, 4 too..' ; 4Qi)
set of teeth, $5 and up 5,00
15 set of teeth for 10,00
Office 1607 Second Ave.
0r Speidel'B Dru Store.
Charles E. Hodgson,
ucerwan Ins. Co Newark, N. J.
Continental New York
IgTicultural New York
Traders Ins. Cc. Chicago, Hi.
'on Ins. Co , Philadelphia, Pa.
.kford Ins. Co ..ftockford, 111.
Security Ins. Co. ...New Haven, Conn,
ais. Co. State of Illinois. Eocklord, 111.
(75ce, rjom 3, Buford block. Kates
mi low connistent with ecurity.
TREATMENT pwnT t52
Habits. Purely vegetable treatment;
has cured thousands, has injured none,
incorporated under the laws of Illi
nois. Established over twelve years.
WILLOW BARK CO.,
ftSia tWrtPVEOa, fckb
x Special Correspondence.
The thousands of visitors who come
to Washington each year also visit
some of the intcivstinj; plates about
the city. Very few omit a trip to
Mount Vernon, and as they generally
go by boat" they are of course much
interested In the sights along the river.
It is rather surprising, however, to
find that most of thorn are particular
ly Interested In the defenses of the cap
ital. Some way the fact that Wash
ington was once captured and burned
by the British has made a profound
impression upon the people, and they
are anxious that it shall never occur
again. While the forts that guard the
Potomac river are not very formida
ble to look at from the deck of a river
steamer, yet when it Is explained that
the disappearing guns of both Fort
Washington and Fort Hunt are so ar
ranged that they could sink any ship
that attempted to force its way up the
river, and, further, that a hostile fleet
would have to pass the batteries at
Fort Monroe, tney are satisfied. Vis
itors from the Inland states do not be
grudge the millions that have been
spent on coast defenses.
Ills "Old Mlaaas."
Arthur Simmons, the historic colored
doorkeeper at the White House, never
forgets to say how much he owes to
the rearing given him by the white
lady who owned him ftnd saw him to
young manhood. "If she was living
today aud needed a mouthful of bread
or some money she could have every
cent I've got." U the way Simmons
speaks of "my old missus," and his
eyes sometimes fill with tears. "She
didn't let me play with the bad negro
boys and bad white boys of Wilming
ton," he said, "but I played with the
best white boys of that town. When
the circus was in town the other day
it brought to my mind that a circus
came to Wilmington every year I was
a little slave boy in that town, but I
saw it every time it came. My old
missus always gave me a quarter and
told me to go and see the circus. She
used to send me to nearly everything
that took place. She never struck me
a blow in my life or allowed any one
else to do It. Sometimes she would
pull one of my ears to bring me to a
remembrance of something she told
me. God bless her. I wish she was
New I'ntent OiUce Division.
A new division, to be known as Di
vision H, has Ix'cn established in the
United States patent otfleo to relieve
the assignment division from much of
its heavy work. The assignment di
vision has charge of typewritten man
uscript copies of Ihc records of . the of
lieo. The clerks got an average of
from 40,000 to 50.O00 words to write
each day, and sometimes 200.000 words
are ordered, and the work has fallen
behind, though the division employs
eighty clerks and expert typewriters.
Commissioner Allen, after considering
the situation, decided to create the new
division and transfer to it some of the
clerks from the assignment division
and two others.
The SIcKinley Death Mak.
Pursuant to orders from Secretary
Langley, the death mask of President
William McKinley, taken while he lay
in state at the capitol by Professor
William II. Holmes, chief of the bu
reau of ethnology, has been placed
upon exhibition in a specially made
glass case a little to the left of the
main entrance as one enters the Na
Out of respect for the memory of the
martyred president it was decided at
the lime not to place his death mask
on exhibition until a year or two after
his death, and this explains why until
now it -has remained locked up In the
office and workroom of Professor
Holmes. Very few people have ever
seen this death mask. Thus far it has
attracted a great deal of attention
among strangers who have visited this
city during the past few weeks In con
Printing; riant to Be Enlarged.
Taxed by the increasing demands
made by government departments for
printing and binding, the department
of commerce will request an appropri-
atiorf from the next congress of nearly
$2,500,000 to double the capacity of
the printing establishment, which even
now is the largest in the world.
It Is the plan of tho public printer to
have built two large wings conforming
to the architecture of What is now
known as the new office and which If
built will surround the government
printing office square on throe sides
with a collection of buildings equal to
any in Washington. Public Printer
Palmer has discovered that the struc
ture will not give him one-half the
room required to carry on the constant
ly growing business. Tlans for new
additions have been presented to Sec
retary Cortel3-ou and approved by Mr.
Shatters Are Coming? Down.
It does not need the almanac to tell
us that the summer is ended. The ap
proaching season Is indicated in Wash
ington so clearly that.be who runs
may read in the taking down of shut
ters from long closed bouses and In
creased activity everywhere. The na
tional capital regularly goes to . sleep
for a few months every year and sud
denly wakes up again with the first
days of autumn.
A San Joan Flagr.
Secretary Root recently received a lit
tle silk flag, neatly framed, with this
legend attached: "First flag on San
Juan bill. July 1, 1S0S. Henry J. Pln
chou. Company A. Sixth United States
infantry." The flag is not more than
twelve inches long and is somewhat
faded. It evidently was not within
the line of Spanish bullets, as it does
not bear their mark. It lias a place of
honor In the secretary's office.
FOUGHT AT MANILA BAY.
Rear Admtral Lamberton, Ner Com.
' minder In' the South Atlantic.
Rear Admiral Benjamin P. Lamber
ton, U. S. N., who recently sailed for
South America to assume command of
the United States south Atlantic naval
station, was Admiral Dewey's chief of
staff In the battle of Manila Ray. He
occupied the conning tower of the
Olympia during the fighting and wa3
exposed to great danger from the gum
of the Spaniards. Rear Admiral L,ara
berton was the officer who went ashore
after the defeat of the Spaniards and
KEAK ADMIRAIi BENJAMIN P. LAMBEBTOX.
negotiated with the commander of the
arsenal at Cavite. Shortly after the
battle he succeeded Captain Gridley in
command of the flagship Olympia.
Roar Admiral Lamberton is a native
of Pennsylvania "and was graduated
from the Naval academy in 1S05. Since
that time he has seen a variety of serv
ice. He not only has had a full com
plement of sea duty, but also has had
a large experience at the navy yards
and in the department at Washington.
He has worked his way to high rank
by faithful performance of duty on
land and sea.
During the days when G rover Cieve
land was in the White House Rear Ad
miral I.amberton, then a commander.
was inspector of the lighthouse dis
trict which has headquarters at Rait!
more. He is a great sportsman and
was President Cleveland's constant
companion on bis shooting trips, which
were taken on the lighthouse tender
under I.aniberton's control.
Rear Admiral Lamberton has been
instructed by the navy department at
Washington to prepare the south At
lantic squadron for the winter maneu
vers of the navy in the Caribbean sea.
KERENS OF MISSOURI.
Ilia Career In RanineKn and an a Po
Richard C. Kerens, Missouri's rep
resentative on the Republican national
Committee and one of the executive
committeemen of that body, has for
many years been active in the political
and business affairs of his adopted
state and a power in the councils of
Mr. Kerens is a native of Ireland,
but since infancy has lived in this
country and fought in tho Union army
during the civil war. After the war
he lived in Arkansas and became a
mail contractor, controlling many
frontier routes, later removing to St.
Louis, where he acquired large railroad
Interests, and also engaged in the coke
and coal Industry in West Virginia.
Mr. Kerens has been a member of
the Republican national committee
since 1S82. President Harrison ap
pointed him one of the four commls-
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RICHARD C. KEREN'S.
sloners at large for the Chicago World's
fair and later one of the three mem
bers of the Intercontinental railway
commission. In 1SS9 Mr. Kerens was
the Republican candidate for United
States senator from 'Missouri.
Personally Mr. Kerens is a fine look
ing man, cultivated and possessed of
rare ability as a leader of men, his
thirty years' service as head of his par
ty In Missouri proving bis force and
sagacity. He was a warm personal
friend of James G. Blaine, with whom
he was ' associated to some extent In
business. Mr. Kerens has just passed
bis sixty-first birthday.
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FOR THE HOUSEWIFE
The Window Seat.
Nothing furnishes a room so charm
ingly as a window seat, and if a seat is
at all feasible the wise householder
will have one even at the cost of some
The window sat in the right kind of
home will be the one iot-really lived
In, and if space Is of importance and
junboard room scarce the window seat
will fiil a double bill, inasmuch as It
may le so adjusted that it will hold
anything desired shirt waists or skirts
which refuse to lie folded successfully
If the seat be in the bedroom, while in
the nursery the window seat may be
used as a receptacle for toys, and in
the hall overshoes, spare umbrellas,
dust cloths and other such Impedi
menta may be conveniently disused
The window seat should be the
height of the window sill and as long
as the spne affords. The old fash
ioned bow window, fitted in the cen
ter with a seat and shelved at the
sides and tho shelves filled with cur
rent books and magazines, makes an
ideal retreat f6f an early fall day's
siesta. Small or large, high or low, the
window seat is a bit of furnishment
the discriminating home maker will
scarcely pass by without due consider
ation. Staffed Tomatoes.
Stuffed and roasted tomatoes are de
licious Avith either mutton or beef.
Wash and dry well six fine red toma
toes, those of the beefsteak variety be
ing the best for this purpose. Cut off
the tops without detaching, so that
they will serve as a cover; scoop out
the pulp with a vegetable scoop, season
the inside with pepper and salt and
place the tomatoes on a plate until the
stuffing Is ready. Peel and chop very
tine one medium sized onion, place it
in a saucepan with half a tablespoon
ful of butter and cook for three min
utes on a brisk fire, being careful not
to let It get brown. Add six chopped
mushrooms and one ounce of sausage
meat, season with salt and pepper and
cook for three minutes, stirring once In
awhile. Add now the pulp of the toma
toes, with half a cupful of fresh bread
crumbs and a teaspoonful of fresh
chopped parsley. Mix well and cook
for two minutes longer or until the
mixture comes to a boil; then place in
a bowl to cool. Stuff the tomato shells
with this preparation and close the
covers. Lay them on a tin plate, cover
them with buttered paper and cook in
n moderate oven for eighteen minutes.
Stuffed tomatoes are served as a gar
nishing in various wrays.
Novel Clothes Drier.
One of the most troublesome prob
lems to be solved In connection with
housekeeping in cities is where to hang
the clothes to dry after the washing
has been done. In the country, where
OVEN ATTACHED TO FCRKACE.
land is cheap, it is easy enough to
string the lines and bang up the gar
ments to dry in the sun, but in the
city land is at a premium, and the lit
tie yard which goes with each bouse
is far from being a convenient place
to dry the washing. To preserve the
little patch of ground for other pur
poses and also to insure freedom from
soot and dust seems to be the purpose
of the inventor in designing the clothes
drying oven here Illustrated. This in
vention Is Intended for use in connec
tion with the kitchen range or furnace
and can also be utilised by large laun
dries for doing work on an increased
scale. It is simply a large sheet iron
oven, with a number of sliding racks
suspended from overhead tracks, hav
ing closed fronts nnd providing horl
zontal bars on which the clothes are
hung while undergoing the baking
process. A beat conducting pipe leads
from the furnace or range, and, as It
is only once a week that the drier Is
utilized, the amount of heat necessary
to dry the washing will not be be
grudged from the living rooms of the
John E. Mannen and William M. Es
terly are the inventors.
A Sew Lamp Shade.
From Taris comes a lamp shade that
is both effective and odd. It is band
painted on linen in natural tint In
grape design nnd Is a five sided af
fair. The distinctive note in the dec
oration Is the use of leaf green straw
braid and a dash of gilt paint. The
straw is used for covering the seams
and as edging for the top and bottom.
Another handsome shade in the same
shape is of cream burlap decorated
With yellow tulips outlined in white.
A Kitchen Novelty.
Of foreign manufacture is a novelty
fqr the kitchen In the shape of a fry
ing pan shield. It consists of a metal
Shield which may be slipped over any
frying pan to prevent the spluttering
of fat during tho frying process. There
Is an opening in the top and. one also
on the handle side to allow of the In
troduction of a fork or spoon for turn
ing the articles In process cf being
Lime and Alkali Stains.
To remove Hmd and. alkali stains
wash cottons and linens in cold water.
In colored goods and silks moisten snpt
with water and apply with finger tip
a weak solution of citric acid.
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A healthy Stimulant.
An invigorating Food.
A delightful Beverage.
J j , , , urn I,, 1, I, - i, in - .jm. i V. . J
are famous the world over
savers, and it is the low fuel
which makes Jewel Stoves and
Ranges the cheapest on the market.
The Ash Pan
the story of the wastefulness of the
stove or range.
There is no economy
at any price. Look for
the name "Detroit
on every genuine
Jewels are sold aad
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W sidles M(bip
flAIR-HEALTH always brings bark the natural and
beautiful color of youth to gray, faded or bleached hair.
Gives new life and growth to thin hair. Prevents dan
druff and baldness, is not a dye, but a hair food, and
nrxiitivplv rrsmri'S prav hair to its youthful color. A
healthful hair dressing of men snd' women j its use cannot be detected,
how Mrs. Mason, Kuttellburglr, V. Va., was made young again by using
Find mcloed fi.t;o for which "send 6 fcotllei of Hair-Health. I am delighted with the UottV
sent me. My hair was so f;ray that 1 wai ashamed for anyone to ice me, and hcin so yuuni; it almost
killed me to think my hair was pettinp white so long bel.ire I was an oid woman, cut V.jn.ij (a Jiuir
Htalth, a gray hair cannot btjund in fy htad aud 1 have not used all ol cot bottle."
LARGB soc. BOTTLES. AT LEADING DRUCKIiSTS.
Cut out and sijm this crvtnon in fire rUyn, talce it to any of tlie foITowipff dnip't ar,d thr wal
give you a larffe Lottie of Hay'a Hair-Health and a 25c. cake of Harfinc rit-icHtcu boap.
the best Boap for Hair. Scaln, Complexion, liath and Toilet, both lor Fifty cents ; rctiir pti. r. -51 -Redeemed
by leading drugjrists everywhere) at their chop only, or by t:ie Philo nay
Specialties Co.. Lufiyette bt., Newark. either with or without oap, ly express, prepaid,
in plain sealed package va receipt of 60c. and this coupon.
Name GUtMllTEE Sr'gS
benctitcd, may have his money hack by addressing 1-HIi.oliAT
Specialties Co., 329 I -afayette St., Newark, N.J. w '
Addret. ....... ...... Effuse substitutes. Jus tit on having i lay' s JIct:r-Health.
Following Druggiats supply Hay' tialr-rtealtb aad Marti ua Soap in their shops only t
ATTACHES TO ANY
TUB Off LA VATOftY.
'THE 'rcM TO
A5- YOUR PHYSICIAN ABOUT
TME USB OF iOkVfl
Davis Block. Old T?hone 1148. New 6
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in buying a poor stove
this trade mark
Stove Works," cast
Jewel. Don't ac
Whose development is retarded
or who are growing too rapidly
A predigested food with.tine
qualed strengthening properties.
Not an intoxicant but a real malt
extract. For weakness, weari
ness and overwork. Best for
All druggists eell It. Prepares by th
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n
St. Lotus, U.S. A,
You can see
them at our
143. 112 West Seventeenth St.,