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THE AR&U8, SATURDAY, JANUABr 30, 190i.
Q hi tin Jo Indoor
vlUUU 0 Circjs
ONE WEEK. FEB. 1-6
Grand Maiirves Saturday
sxt 2:30 p. m. At the Rock
; ; k:;xtii street, uxdeii the
I3Jsck Hawk Tent of &6e
A Good Old Fashioned One
Presenting the Elite of the Circus
42-ift ReaJ Dirt and Saw
':. ;. ut costumes and Dashing Eques
trians. Clever Acrobat.-. Gymnasts,
Tumblers and Leapers. Etc., Etc.
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:i atioual Lead-balancing trapeze
Miss Julisv Lowande
0 u of all larelaek Equestriennes.
John B. Rooney
TI.- .tckiioAledgcd champion somer
sault rider of the .world.
Performing and wrestling Russian
Miss Nettie Carroll
'rli'inal Aerial High-Wire Displa3.
THE GREAT PASCATEL
TI.e Man with a Hundred Forms. Ar
li.tic Posturing1 and Aerial Con
Frairved Animal Exhibition
celebrated trick horse, ".John A.
Logan," and the funny trick mule,
Four Famous Funny Fools
AUn-d I-'. Miaco, Steve Miaco, George
Hartel!. Ln Moore.
BELL AND HENRY
l.-;t pi-rs, tumblers and comedy acro
bats. Miss Carrie Rooney
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GLIMPSES OF CHAFFEE
Characteristics of the New Head
of the Army.
STiiJJUHl LhULUxJiXS JN ULS Llix
Hoot He Made Some Volunteers F!nrh
at El Cane j- and Influenced the. For
efirn Forcen at the Stese of Peklas.
Ills Eiperlenees AVith the Hoaalan
Speaking of the new head of the
United States army. Lieutenant Gener
al Adna R. Chaffee, a close friend of bit
recently said to a New York Tribune
reporter. "Chaffee Is. like P.yron's Cor
sair, tne mildest manner d man that
ever scuttled ship or cut a throat. "
"Did you ever hear of what he did
when the government pent him west t
round up Indians?
""Well, the general was only n captain
then Captain Chaffee of the Sixth cav
nlry. A band of Indians had left their
reservation In Arizona. lie had orders
to pet them back again.
'"Itofore '.affoe started on his expe
dition he c.ed at the telegraph office.
' 'Have any orders for me come from
Washington?' he asked the operator.
" 'Xo. sir."
" 'Well, I wouldn't be surprised if you
didn't get tiny. I think the wines arf
eut, was the captain's reply.
"To prevent the government giving
hlin orders such as were usually give
to commanders on such missiojis as his,
not to shoot until first fired upon, he
had taken care that no such orders
should reach him.
"The general is a born fighter, and
ho takes it for granted every one else
is. You should have seen. yes. and
heard him, at El Caney. It was
Liniii mat cnatiees great anility ns-
commander lirst became evident. Why
at El Caney he just made those volun
teers fight. It was a pretty ticklish
pine up there on that firing line. Evea
some of the old soldiers were willin
to admit that much afterward.
"Well, some of the volunteers lcwjt
their nerve, fell back from the finh
line and slid off toward the road. The
general spied them. He was upon them
in an Instant. Where were they goingl
What for? He wanted to know nil
about their plans and finally sent them
to the extreme front. There he lined
them up. kept watch of them for
time and told them many things sel
diers should know. His language was
not exactly drawing room talk, but
was right to the point anyway."
When General Chaffee and his troop
reached Tientsin, the Japanese, l.rittsh
French and Russian forces were nl
mady there. The .Tapanesn commander
favored an Immediate advance. The
Dritish were undecided, and the Rus
sians and French were holding back fr
re-enforcements. Finally a conference
of the commanders was called. The
situation was discussed in all of ite
phases, with special reference to the
extent of the resistance that probably
would be encountered. The Japanese
wanted to march on Peking at once,
but fearrd to go alone. The Russia'os
and French declared it would be fool
hardv to attempt to reach the capital
with the forces at their disposal. Gen
oral Chaffee said nothing until lie was
asked for his views. He replied:
"I have orders to relieve the Ameri
can legation at IV king, una I am go
ing to d It. I will march tomorrow.'
The Russian and French command
ers expostulated with him. but In vain
Thev reminded him that he had the
smallest force and declared they would
not accompany him to annihilation.
"That makes no difference." replied
Chaffee. "I will go alone, if necessary.'
The Japanese hailed his emphatic
declaration with joy. and General Chaf
fee's uneipiivncal decision t a.dyane
swung the F.ritish commander int
line. The Russians and Faeneh then
reluctantly joined in the advance.
After the relief force reached Peking
there was another conference of the
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-E2 8XSHLIl93t rd .Hettetptiia.
mnimiimlm o ileclde wnlclr snouiu
lead in the invasion of the Forbidden
City. The Japanese claimed the hr.nor
because their force was the largest,
and General Linievitcb, the Russian
commander, insisted that it belonged
tt him lKcaue the Russian troops were
first on the wall in the assault on Te-
kimr. That ci.iim ansered Chaffee.
-You were first on the wall because
you violated a binding agreement." he
told General I.inieritch. "It was de
cided that there would lo a general ad
vance at S o'clock in the morning, and
you advanced secretly at 10 o'clock the
night before. That is how you got
General Linievitcb did not like the
way General Chaffee talked to him, ac
cubing him of bad faith before all of
the other commanders. He wanted,
tae Russian government to file a com
plaint with the state department and
endeavor to secure General Chaffee's
recall, but nothing came of It.
General Chaffee had another little
rupture with the Russian commander
while they were in China. Conditions
in Peking were being discussed at a
conference of officers. General Gase
lee of the Dritish army told of an in
vestigating tour he had made through
the city. He said that th American
and Japanc quarters were well po
liced, business had been resumed and
the people were happy. The situation
in the Itrltish quarter was nearly as
good, but he said in the Russian quar
ter he saw "nothing but dogs." That
struck General Chaffee as being very
funny, and he lauuhed so heartily over
It that General Linievitch was greatly
ffended. After that General Chaffee
laughed every time he saw General
Linievitch, but they spoke to each
other only when they were forced to.
SMART SPRING WAIST.
Attractive Gnrmrnt Made of Modlrlt
In times of peace the wise nation pre
pares for war: likewise in the woman's
kingdom in times of sartorial peace and
quiet the wise woman prepares her ear
ly spring and summer campaign of
gowns and waists.
Mohair is to be specially modish this
spring as a material for gowns and sep
arate waists. It is not the mohair we
f3 rr fm
A NEW BPRINO SCTIKT WAIST.
have known, but a soft, glorified and
beautiful fabric, which makes tip par
ticularly well into the separate waist.
The attractive waist illustrated is of
blue mohair flecked with white. It has
a shirred shoulder and yoke effect
which is arranged in so deft a fashion
as to give the appearance of the shoul
der shirring being a continuation of the
Two box plaits form a trimming
lown the front, deconrted with eight
large, handsome buttons made of rao
lfair trimmed with gun metal.
The shirrings are held down with a
narrow blue ami white cord. 1 lie turn-
ver collar is of the mohair outlined
with cord. At the top as n softening
face trimming is a piece of Persian lace
In fine silk disks. This lace Is a new
and very smart trimming.
CHIT of Natural ftlass.
A cliff of natural glass can be seen In
Yellowstone park, Wyoming. It is half
i mile long and from 150 to CfO feet
high, the material of which it consists
bring as good glass as that artificially-
manufactured. The dense glass which
forms the base is from 7.- to lf0 feet
thick, while the upper iortion. having
suffered and survived many ages of
wind and rain, has naturally worn
much thinner. Of course the color of
the cliff Is not that of natural glass
ransparent and wtite but is mostly
black and in some places mottled and
trcaked with brownish red and shades
of olive green and brown.
The Tomb of IKitM.
The tomb of Iavj.l. kins if Israel. Is
still riointod out to travelers in Pales-
ine and. despite its age. is in a re
markably good state of preservation.
)avid ditl in I'd."-. P.. C. and was bur
ied in the "city of Iavid." His tomb
iccame the scpulchcr of several snbse-
pient kinss a ml one of the sacred
places of tl-e kingdom. It stands on
Mount Zion. at Jerusalem, just ouUide
f the city wal'.
romp n lory Piely.
Sunday S. In" 1 Teacher I hope all
the little girl in my lass love God?
Kva Itrown -I do. Snnday School Teac h
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you love him. Kva Itrown Got to.
JAPAN'S HONOR TO
Vereschagin Allowed to Sketch
at the Nikko Temples.
MADE GUEST OP THE EMPEROR.
Sppclr.l Attention Shonn to the
Painter, AVlio Had a. House Given
lUm Close to One of the Temples.
J Treasures Displayed and Saered
Roou Opened I'p Sketebine Toor
The most interesting visitor to Japan
hi l'JOo recently left it and admitted
that he was leaving in a hurry forced
to cut short his visit by sotne months,
says Eliza R. Scidmore, the Tokyo cor
respondent of the Chicago Tribune.
Vassili Vereschagin, the Russian paint
er, came by the Trnnssiborian road last
summer, unheralded and without os
tentation, and went immediately to
work sketching In the courts of the
Nikko temples. With the usual hospi
tality to visitors of such calling and
quality, the Japanese officials showed
every usual attention to the distin
guished painter, and because of his na
tionality jet more was done for him.
Vereschagin was made the guest of
the emperor, a house was given him
close beside the Iyeyasu temple, and
the household deportment attached an
ofiloial to him during his stay to at
tend his movements and provide for
him in every way.
The lord abbot opened up all the
treasures, all the- luner and most sa
cred rooms, brought forth costumes
and paraphernalia of festival times
and had acolytes and servitors pose for
him. and there never was such sym
pathy and mutual admiration as ex
isted between Vereschagin and the
priestly community at Nikko for the
month that he remained there. That
charming, courtly and courteous man
of the world, the polished boulevardier
and big bearded cosmopolitan, appealed
to them strongly, disarmed them so
completely by his friendliness, his
amiability, his appreciation and, above
all, by his professional genius, that the
name of Russian was held In different
esteem In Nikko.
Vereschagin remained In Nikko for
a month, making a whole series of
small sketches small for Vereschagin
as we know his canvasses in great ex
hibitions and taking voluminous notes
in small sketchbooks and In pencil
memoranda. He allowed no one to
see his capvas sketches and studies nor
to overlook him while he worked. Ev
ery morning at daylight he went to
the temple courts and worked' with
swift intentuess until the hour for ad
mitting visitors, when he dropped the
palette and brushes and became a vis
itor, too, roaming with notebook and
guidebook in hand or studying out
some next viewpoint.
liy 4 o'clock, when visitors had left
the temples, he set to work again and
made the most of fading daylight, sun
set glow and early moonlight. Now we
may look for a great series of paint
ings worthily declaring the splendor
and picturesijueness of the Tokugawa
shrines, pendants for h!s great series
of paintings of Indian temples and
central Asian mosques, paintings so
widely scattered now that one can only
see a considerable number of them to
gether in the TretiakofTs gallery at
Vereschagin was most Interested in
the ancient art of Japan the nrchitec
I tiire, the coloring, the landscape sot
' ting and the splendid Interiors of Nikko
temples and palaces appealed to him,
and the old pictures and statues, the
fine metal work captivated him entire
ly. In Kioto" be worked as industriously
as at Nikko, but Japanese conservatism
and reverence for the sanctity of the
Imperial person could not be sufficient
ly overcome to permit him to paint the
interior of the old palace there. That
palace and the Nijo eastl where the
shognns lived, he declared the most
splendid interiors he had seen, and he
made every argument to obtain leave
to sketch the gold walled rooms, with
their flower paneled ceilings.
Other rooms there are in Kioto near
ly like to those of the palace, and thos
he was free to work from, but the
home, the living rooms of many sacred
emperors, could not be profaned.
Vereschagin put no limit to his
praises of the Japanese people, but
there can be no doubt that his Intend
ed stay was cut short by the hostile at
titude of Lis country- Ami the Japa
nese mut have been greatly relieved,
too. when he got away safely without
any Indignity being offered or barm
done by some crazy patriot.
Vereschagin avoided Tokyo and the
social life and all lionizing. He came
quietly, worked hard and went away
.after spending barely two months In
the country be had long dreaml of
visiting and where he had Intended to
pass nearly a year.
He was among the Japanese entirely,
and lie praised them In his own enthu
siastic, dramatic way.
"I t -II you they are the best the
kindest, the most refined people in the
world! And how good they have been
The few foreigners who met him ns
he strolled alout Nikko in the jaunty
serge suit ami pannma hat of Trou
vtlle or the boulevards, or. more pic
turesquely, in the lonjf rublicr rain coat
with the peaked Capuchin hood that
completely enveloped him. and as he
sat watching the festival procession,
found him the most delightful of. en
thusiastic visitors. His eye wn alert
for everything:, no leaat detail escaped
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