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THE HATCHET lIArCIII l has a larger regular mailing
In Washington and we believe the tliosecond thesecond thesecond
exception than any an Sunday publication
of Columbia ColumbiaThe Columbiau Columbiafhe ColumbiaThe
second largest local circulation In the District
The Dewey enthusinm increases u as the Admiral Ad miralpasses passes through throughthe
the country He has the love of the whole people notwitlistanding notwith notwithstanding notwithstanding ¬
infer otherwise The ovations that thathe thathe thathe
standing the wiseacres may
he is meeting with is heart felt and such as only trueAmericans trueAmericanscan
can give to the hero of Manila
The Clark case in the Senate has received a check it mi mtnot minot may maynot
Senator Stewart from Nevai Nevaipromised Nevaipromised Nevada Nevada1romised
not be acted on this session
promised to read three volumns of testimony in the case if t tSenators the theSenntors ti tiSenators
Senators persisted in pushing it to a vote The threat hi hitlie had hadtlie hlthe
tlie effect and the Senate has been put in cold storage storageThe storagefhe storageThe
is fully portrayed in tl tlslaughter the theslnughter tislaughter
The Boers boast of Christianity
The Boers Christianity is isthekind isthekind of ofthe1dnd
slaughter of poor native women
and children and and n nfor u11 u11for afor
thekind that murders poor native women
that all nations of the th wor worrefuse world worldrefuse wort wortrefuse
for Christ sake It is no
aid to them in the wiwith wi wnr wnrwith wlwith
refuse to recognize them or give
with Great Britain BritainThe Britainhe BritainFhe
will make makecombined mulwa mulwacombinec1 makecombined
the manufacturers
The he War Tax on medicines
combined fight to have it removed There is no cause for tlcontinuance tl the thecontinuance ticontinuance
continuance of thetaxwith the tax tnxwith with the growing surplus in theTreasuthe theTreasu theIreusulY theIreusulYthe thelreasulthe
the tax should be removed from medicines medicinesThe medicinesThe medicinesThe
unanimously unanimously in favor of a r rduction re reduction rdaction
The people of the country are
for continuii continuiithe continuing continuingtho continuirthe
duction of the war taxes There is no reason
circulation in tl tlcountry the thecountry ticountry
the tax The effect will be to reduce money
in the Treasur Treasurand Treasurand freasury
surplus I Iand
country and to lock up an enormous
and paralyze tradeGen trade tradeGen tradeGen
Gen MacArthur has been put put in command command and Gen Otis Otisto Otisto is isto
thing this would have been beenit beenit if ifit
to come home What a happy
it had occurred before but it is never too late to mend ai atGen aiGen and andGen
that he w wmake will willmatte wi wislake
Gen MacArthurs friends express the o opinion cp inion ni01
It is to be hoped he w wbear will willbear wi wibear
make short work of the Filippinos
bear out the opinions they express and that he will not pro proa prove provea
a tinsel soldier soldierThere soldierfhere soldierThere
rebellion and tin tinis that thatis thlis
to end the Filippino
There is only one way
is to read the riot act to the rebels and give them thirty daj dajto days daysto da dato
to come in and surrender and after that time all caught with witharms wit witarms wi wiarms
arms to be declared guerillas and shot at once The Filippin Filippindo Filippincdo <
Americans kindness will not ava avawith avail availwith avawith
I do not understand the ways
few hundred of thei tlieland them themand theiand
shoot a
with the them but first hang or
else the that thatcan flitcan thecan
rebellion quicker than anything
and that will end the
can be doneSixteen doneSixteentoone done doneSixteentoone
to meet with favor from tl tlDemocrats the theDemocrats th thDemocrats
Sixteen Sixteentoone to one does not seem
West When the convention mee meeit meets meetsit meet meetit
Democrats of the East or
some other man in As tl tltime the thetime th thtime
it may take a turn and may put
time draws near the chances do < not seem to be quite as favoable favorable favor favorable
able for Col William Jennings Bryan BryanMassachusetts BryanMassachusetts BryanMassachusetts
Massachusetts is clamoring for the Hon John D Long fo foYicePresident fOr fOrVice foVice
YicePresident Vice President the good people of that state should have hitfor hit him himfor Ainfor
for YicePresident Vice President he would make a first class presiding officefor office officerI officefor
for the U S Senate that is about all that there is in the office oflicfAt ofiiceAt officeAt
At last after a bitter fight organized labor has won and com compelled compelled cornrelied
pelled Claude M Johnson director of the Bureau of Engrav Engrav5ng Engraving Engravjng
5ng and Printing to hand in his resignation which was promptly promptlyaccepted promptlyaccepted promptlaccepted
accepted by the Secretary of the the1reasury Treasury We would sugges suggesMr suggest suggest1Ifr suggesMr
Mr Meredith as a fit successor to Mr Johnson JohnsonNow JohnsonNow JohnsonNow
Now that Commissioner Wright has been replaced by Mr MrMac Mr11fae M r r1Ifac
Mac Farland we hope that tha t he will close the houses of illfami illfamion illfameon ill famt famton
on thirteenandahalf thirteen and a half between C and Pa Ave on which the tlucars thecars thtcars
cars of the Alexandria and Mt Vernon lly run The soonerpeople sooner sooneipeople soonerpeople
people riding on that car line are relieved of the sight of thtpainted the thepainted thepainted
painted faces both black and white in the windows of tluhouses the thehouses ththouses
houses as the cars pass the better it will be for the welfare oJ ofthe oJthe of ofthe
the public publicThe publicThe publicThe
The country as you see it is becoming stronger in the faitlthat faith faiththat faiththat
that William McKinley must be the next President Al Althings All Allthings Allthings
things favor his renomination and election to do otherwise otherwisithan otherwiset11an otherwisethan
than nominate and elect him the people believe would checkthe check checlthe checkthe
the era er of prosperity that the country is meeting with As tinpeople the thepeople thepeople
people believe it to be to their interest to elect him and con continue continpo continue ¬
tinue the good things now vouchsafed to them rather than tll n tak taka take takea
a new new man with an untried policy and many more years ears ofpoverty o opoverty of ofpoverty
poverty and depression and ruin ruinWe ruinVe ruinWVebelieve
WVebelieve We Ve believe that there therearemore are more unmitigated liars in the UnitedStates UnitedStates United UnitedStates
States than any other country in the world Particularly sowhen sowhen so sowhen
when they say that our soldiers are not meeting with the best bestof bestof bestof
of treatment in the Philippines Wo Vo know such statements to tobe tobe tobe
be false from numerous letters received from soldiers there andnot andnot and andnot
not in one single letter has a complaint been made of ill treatment treatment treat treatment
ment The fact is the other way all are unanimous in praise ofthe of ofthe ofI
the good treatment and of the careful attention of the officers officersgenerally omcersgenerally officersgenerally
I I generallyI generally
Twas In the boauteons beoutoouslllonth month of May MayThe MIIYJl10 MayTIw
The world looked young nnd and all wnu wnsgay wnsgayspring gny gnySpring gnySllrlng
Spring the spell of o winter broke biokpAnd broklAnd brokeAnd
And And In my heart first nr t love iwoko iwokoTwos hwokorwollin twoko1vas
Twos rwollin In the merry month of Moyu May Mayla
la u wood and field Spring held Its away awayTlio IwayTho sway1lie
Tlio birds sang sail loud In biith and grove groveI
I told her or my burning love loveKAIItKllINK lovoKAr111ItuE love1AfI1
KAIItKllINK 1AfI1 lInil LUC1LE FOOTK FOOTKLocal FoouLOGal Foo rr rrLocal
LocalFourth LocalFourth Local LOGalFourth
Fourth Immune Camp S SW SYo SWWr
W Yo V will give a dance and andentertainment undentertainment andentertainment
entertainment at Odd Fellows FellowsHall l FellowsHall ellowsHall
Hall Seventh Street N W Wfor WVfor V Vtor
for the benefit of the campfund camp campfund cnmpfund
fund The purpose of which whichis whichis
is to relieved the families of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the members out of employment employ employment employment ¬
ment of which the camp has hasa
a large number The object is isworthy isworthy isworthy
worthy and ought to meet with withgreat withgleat withgreat
great success The entertain entertainment entertninment entertainment ¬
ment will be given on the eve evening evening evefling ¬
ning of May 20
The Hustler IInstlercould could n nhustle not nothustle nhustle
hustle the money for safari safariat salariat salaries salariesnt
at the Academny Aca emnylast last week ai aihad and andha alhad
had ha to close Fifteen po pounfortunate 1001 1001unfortunlte potuifortunate
unfortunate actors were strain straiied strand stranded strained
ed in the city Tom Davis DavisNew DavisNew or orNew
New York the theatrical ma maager man mannger maager
ager career is on the wane t tsaid tIs tIssu tsaidroni
saidroni said su < 1 Tom has more gall thin tlmHISTORY thll1 thll1cllsh thincash
HISTORY HISTORYHistorionlly HISTORYHistorianlly HISTORYFlistolienlly
Historionlly the mostattra mostattralive most attraCt attraCttive attra attrative
tive city of Mexico to tlAmerican tl the theAmerican tiAmerican
American student is Zncatncn Zncatncnthe Zncatecnthe ncatpcafl ncatpcaflthe
the Place of Gras Here we wethe were werethe wethe
the first bonanza mines in tl tlNew the theNew tiNew
New World V 0 rhl and here sere sprat spratup spruiup sprung sprungup
up the first American millioaires million millionaires milioaires
aires Not only that but he hewas here herewas hewas
was coined the money whit whitpermanently which whichpermanently whitpermanently
permanently colonized the fircorner fir fircorner first firstcorner
corner of what is now tlUnited tl the theUnited tiUnited
United States In IfHOJoaiin IfHOJoaiindeTolosa 1 1640 1UJoannes 1UJoannesde1olosa Joann Joannde
deTolosa de Tolosa discovered d the valle valleTwo valley valley1wo valleTwo
Two years later he and hfriends h hfriends his histriends
friends founded the city ar atits arits and andits
its charter was signed 1 1Philip hy hyPhilip 1Philip
Philip II at San IJbrimz IJbrimzJuly IJbriJUzoJuly LibrmzJuly
July 20 1588 1588The 1 1588The 88 88fhe
The sermons of the earl earlninisters early earlyministels earlministers
ministers of New Englanverenot Englanwere Englan Englandwere
were verenot not written writtenalthol1gh although the thevere they theywere thewere
were carefully prepared It Itlaid Itsaid is issaid
said that Mr AYareham AYarehamorchester of ofDorchester < cDorchester
Dorchester > was the first preaol preaolT
el T who used written sensor seimorn sensorin selmonsin
in n New England But in tin tliime the thetime tintime
time of Cotton Mather the us usif use useof usif
of if if written wri tten sermons had become becomlommon becornommon becomecommon
commonYillinlU common lommonWVilliam ommonWilliam
William Pynchon Gent a alis as ashis alis
lis name is always alwn s written i ihe in inthe ihe
the he records of the Colonie Colonieas Colonieswas
was as born probably in Spring Springield Springfield Springheld
field England about 150Che WOO WOO1he 1500lie
1he he date of his birth is deteilined deter determined deterfined
lined by an inscription on hi hiortrait his hisportruit hilortrait
portruit ortrait now in In possession o ohe of ofthe olie
the he Essex Institute at Salemrhich Salem Salemhich Salemwhich
which hich indicates that the potrait por portrait porrait
rait was painted in 1057 Hus H TIe TIeWIIS IIrus
WIIS us one of the patentees names nameti named namedin
of the Colon Colonf
in n i the Charter
of f Massachusetts Bay from ironthanes fronCarles fromOhnrles
thanes I which bears tin tinate thate the thedate
date ate of March 28 1028 1 2S Hi Hias TIp TIpUS IIBus
as also the leader in the set setement settlement setlenient
lenient of Iloxbury and on onlf onf one oneof <
of f the founders fon nders of the firsliurch firs firstchurch firslurch
church in that town Whili Whilit Vhileat
at t I Iloxbury he was for some somtears somiears someyenrs
yenrs ears Treasurer of the Colonjnd Colony Colonyand
and nd was elected from year t tear to toyear tf tfear
year ear one of the assistants assistantsynchon assistantsPynchon assistantsynchon
ynchon was early licensed as astrtrader as asfurtrader atir
trtrader ir trader In 1082 1 32 ho paid
15 1 into the treasury of tinolony the theColony theolony
olony for his license as a fur furader furtrader furader
trader ader The same sum was wasaid waspaid wasaid
paid aid each year until 1085 1085hen 108 108when 1036hen
when hen the General Court re reitted remitte1 reitted
mitte1 itted onpfifth of the amount amountrobably amountprobably amountrobably
probably robably because becausethe the trade had hadjcome hadbecome hadCome
become Come less lucrative lucrativeIn
In 1082 Governor Winthrop Winthropicords Winthropcords Yinthroprecords
records cords the removal of the theindmill thewindmill theindmill
indmill from Newton to Bos Bosin Boston
becauseatNewtonit would wouldt
ton in n
l1 1t > t grind but with a westerly westerlyInd westerlywind
wind Ind The whole colony seems seemshave seemsto seemshave
to have been dependent upon a anglewindmill anglewindmill asinglewindmill
nglewindmill The next year yearJ033
J033 88 3 a watermill was set up in
Dorchesterancl Dorchester nnd anotherinRox anotherinRoxbury another in Ilox Iloxbury Hoxbnry ¬
bury The same year a to Mer Mercate Mercate Mercute
cate market was authorized authorizedto
to be kept on Thursday in Bos Boston Boston Boston ¬
ton it being lecture dayThe day dayThe dayfhe
The long journeys which Gov Governor Governor Govornor ¬
ernor Winthrop made on thebusiness the thebusiness thebusiness
business of tho colony were wereon wereon wereon
on foot or in boats for many manyyears manyyears manyyears
years yearsAT yearsAT yearsAT
A great show is forcastcd for Mon Monday Monday Monclay ¬
day at a the Lyceum which will wl11lnst wl11lnstthe lust lusttho lastthe
the entire week The High Rollers RollersBurlesque HollersBurlesque RollersBurlesque
Burlesque Company will make their theirdebut theirdebut theirdebut
debut before a large audience at this thistime thistime thistime
time and callow o 110 IV youths ouths and agedbaldhenda aged agedbaldheads ngedbnldhends
baldheads with money to incremate incrematearo
are speculative upon the topical time timewhich timeIVhlch timewhich
which will wl11lJe be In vogue at the Lyceumduring Lyceum Lyceumduring Lyceumduring
during this engagement Time High HighHollers II1ghHollers highRollers
Hollers tire happily named Tlielr
two burlesques The High
at tho Paris Exposition J and The TheGreat 1 1Great 1 1Great
Great Ruble having caught on onalong onalong 1111 1111along
along the line The Parts Expotion Expo Expotlon Exposi Exposition
tion affords Blanche and Rene Was Wasburn Wnsh Wnshburn Wasburn
burn as a the Miss High Rollers w waro who whonre ware
are over looking for a 1 good time timeexcellent timeexcellent nn nnexce1lent
excellent opportunity to display t tgood the thegood tgood
good looks and accompllshmetnature accomplishments accomplishmentsnature
tin tinwith them themwith thtwith
nature has so lavishly Invlshl endowed
with They lhe are very bundtoi bundtoiwomen handsawomen bnndiomeVomen
women with beautiful figures rl rland rloh rlohnnd riand
and highly cultured voices and el elgant ele elegant ofgant
gant stage presence presenceANNUAL prescnceflNNUAL presencefINNUAL
TV flNNUAL STATES MAWNJJ COUPS co 1118 Heodqu Heodquters IIeadquiters JIeac1quartors
ters United Stales Marine Corps Quu Quart Quartmasters Quarter Quartermasters t tm
Offlc Washington D 0 Ajrlj Ajrljreceived An 130 130leoo
masters sals gnodu llc l lracetvedatthis
m leoo oo 8 Soalodd a10ll Pron Proposals In i dUllIeate to wi I be ber
received r racetvedatthis cIYed at tills otllce ottlceuntil until unll12 12 oclock noon noonMay noonbray on onay
May ay 2 2Y 1900 gOO and then bo publicly tponod tponodreceived for forfurnlshlnu I Ifuraiahing
furnlshlnu mllitarysupplies military 8upplles to be deUv deiIvnr deiIvnrat rld rldat
at IhIl Pldladelptda d lphla Pa and WnshlnutuJ1 D DSealed O O8Ealed
Sealed 1mrosals lropo als In duplicate will also alsoroePlved bo borec
received rec lved at this nice until la 1 oclock noon no noon noon noonon
on JIaysa Iay 28 1000andthon liIOOnnd then be rubllclyoren rubllclyorenfor 1ubllolr oron oronfor oroned oronedfor
for furoUblng huaishingiceandstattoneryat Ice and stationery at Washlnu WashlnutonD t ashlr ashtnton ashlrton
tonD ton DO l0s 0 laundry work fuel and forageAnnapolis forage forageAnnapolis at atAnnapolis
Annapolis JIdi Md rations laundry work ti tinnil fuel fuelaDd ftand
aDd forage nt Iorttraoutli N U Up Uoton UotonMas iJoctc iJoctcbrass U UMass
Mass Newport it 111 I HrookWn IIrXJkYn N Y Phildel Phil Phililelplita Ihlln Ihllndellhln
del ilelplita hia Pn League Island IslnDlIla 1a Washington WashingtonD Vashingtip
1 D 6 0 Nofolk Va Port llojral S Oileniota Oileni Clonsaola U1enola
ola Flo In Mare Island Cal and Iioniert BtomertWash IioniertWash < n nWash
Wash Blank proposals specifications spo tfleations aotherinfurmatinncan a aother and andother
otherinfurmatinncan other Information can be obtained upon n nplication all allplication nIkntton
Ikntton to the Commanding Office Marl Marlbarracks Ilnrlne IlnrlneUarraekl
plication Barracks barracks attlioatailons named Btanda Btandasamples Slandard Slandardsllmplos Stnndasamples
samples can nn be examined at till this otuce otuceuoo nt
1 1at Ia Iaat 1at
1100 South Uroad Street Philadelphia P
at Marine Barracks Boston tiasij Lass Uroukl UrouklN Ureuklyn UreuklynN
N V Yllnd and Mare Island IIIanllCaI Cal All bids acceptand accept acceptund accepted acceptedaull
und contrasts awarded subject to an appi appsrlatlon appiprlatlon appro approwlatlon
prlatlon rlatlon by Congress to meet the expomriii expom expeuselhls ox out
riii lhls libofli ofllc a reserve the right to r jeci ai atand aiand any anyand
and all bids bids and to waive dutectH lld lildll frc frcmanufacturers from fromm frcmrnufacturersor
manufacturers m or rcculnr dealers only w wbe will willbe wbeconsidored
considered be F r IUENNY I L UKNNY Colonel Qua Quaterinastor Quttermastor Quar Quartermasler
termastor U S Marino Corps 67uO 67uOROPOSALS HUOrnOFosALS s r uo uoaOPOSALSwill
aOPOSALSwill ROPOSALS will be received at the Buroof Buro Dureau Dureauof
P rnOFosALS of Supplies and Accounts Navy avy Kepa Kepaiont Drart Drartmont Depaimont
mont iont Wellington U 0 until 12 1 oclo ocloloon oclock oclock1I00n oclonoon
loon Mays May ay 819o 811 lerlandpublicl 111 and publicly opened Imn lmmIlatelr Imnllatelr Immo ImmodlatElr
llatelr thereafter to furnish furnish at the Nay Nailosplta Naval Navalloslta NayIfospita
losplta aDd Dispensary Washington D Dhe 0 0tbe I Ithe
tbe he dally supply of meats traceries butt butteggs buttBKS buttor buttorII
II BKS S cheese oheeeelel Ice milk bread vegetables v etahles u uirovender nnd nndJroventJer w wrovender
irovender for or the fiscal par + ar ending June 30 30UOl
UOl 901 Blank proposals will will be furnished up upindication upon uponAPJ uppplcation
APJ + indication leationto to the Naval Hospital lIOllpl ll Wnsliln Wnslilnon WII hlng hlngtOUt
tOUt on I D 0 or the Navy Yard WashingtonA Washington WnshlnGtonDO
O 7 A 8 KliXNY IH NNY1ayuaater Y 2ayinatter QmtralUli QmtralUliThe antral U8 U Ii
401 700 < <
The HATCHET JOB OFFICE OFFICEirepared 1 1prepared is isprepared
prepared to make yeti yo a olo olostimate closp clospestimate closstimate
stimate on your printing printingUSE
They hey Are Shredded and Then MadInto Mad MadeInto MathInto
Into Mattresses MattressesProdigal MattressesPrOllgal MattressesProdigal
Prodigal sons of today would have havtough haveI have haven
n I tough time feeding on corn husks huskiut huskshut huskstut
hut ut Michael Young a bright fellowins fellow fellowas fellow11Is
11Is as made it possible for some farmero farmer fnrmersto
to 0 pay the rent of their land In th titood thbod the thefood
food which the young man In the paible lIar lIarable parble
able ble shared with the swine Had h hIved he heJIved ht htIved <
Ived In Bureau County Illinois Inould In ho hocould hrould
ould have eaten all he desired am amold nnd nndsold nnsold
sold old the remainder for 7 a 11 ton tonA tonA tonA
A few years ago Young who was wasIn wamn
In 1 business at Arlington began buy buyig buyIng buyrig
Ing ig corn husks from the neighborly neighborlyirmers neighboringfarmers nelghborlnEarmers
farmers irmers Ho erected a single building buildingi
In i which he set up some machinery machinery1th machinerywith
with 1th which the husks were shredded shreddedho shreddedTho
Tho ho manufactuied product found founieady foundready foundeady
eady market for mattresses An Anther Another Anther
ther building wan added and thorlie then thentho thenho
tho lie third and fourth until now there therei thereIs
Is i a row of them standing back from fromtie fromho rom romtho
tho tie track Corn husks from all parts partsf pnrtsat
at f Bureau and Henry Counties arc arcrought arerought nrobrought
rought in by the ton and disposed disposedf
of f to the manufacturer who wishes head head he hohad
had ad 10 times the quantity within withinuach withinreach withineach
reach reachAlter each eachAfter uachAfter
After tho corn is husked tho farmer farmerlips farmerclips farmerlips
clips lips the husk from rom the stalk with a aair apair aair
pair air of shears After the husks are areut aretit lO lOput
put ut through thu machines the product productbaled productIs
Is I baled and shipped away by the car cartad carload cartad
load tad
Domestic Service Ser Servce ce In China ChinaTho ChinaTho ChinaThe
Tho question of domestic service In Inhina Inhina InChIna
ChIna hina is by far an easier proposition propositionmn propositionthan
than mn in most other countries Ii Iihlnn In InChinn Inhina
hlnn a rich man gets as many ser sernts servants serants
vants ants nts as he wants and yet he pays paysem paysthem paystens
them em no wages while the common commonopie commonpeople commoneople
people opie have to pay pn thorn well Eventen Even Evenen Eenthen
then ten en they are hard to get for the rca rcvn rel relson rcarn
son rn n that the employe empo e of the rich man mann mnncan manin
can in n make more than triple the ordln ordlny otillnnry
nry ry y wages in perquisites perquisitesA
A Great Bicycle Stable StableOne StableOne StableOne
One of the greatest Arcllte t bicycle stables in Intho lala
tho 10 country la located Inside the walls wallsthe wallllof wallstherrctisuts
of therrctisuts the Treasury Department In Wash 1tushgton Washton
11111011 gton ton It Is under the roof of a large largeed IlIrgo1Icll largeced
1Icll ed under the north court of the therensury tholllasury timertnsury
rensury building and has a floor floorea tloornren floorea
nren ea of about 10000 square feet
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The Lamp Lam p of Steadylabits SteadylabitsThe Steady Habits RabitsThe
The lamp that doesnt flare up or smoke or causo causeyou causox causoyou
you to use bad language I the lamp that looks goodwhen good goodwhen goodwhen
x when you get It and stays good I the lamp that you younever younever younever
never willingly part with witionce once you have ft 11 J thats thatsCbe thatstb thatsthe
the tb new n W Rochester RochesterOther Ro b st r rOtherlamls tl tlOther
Other Otherlamls lamps may be beoITered offered you youasjust as justasgood justasgoodthey justnsgoodIhey as good at atthey
they be In some respects but for all around aroundgoodness aroundgoodness aroundgoodness
goodness theres only one To make sure tho lamp lampoffered lampofferedjou lampofferedyouts
offeredjou offered offeredWo Is genuine look for the name onltevery onlteveryHow art ill oyery oyeryNow
+ Now Roohostor lamp has II IIWe 1 1We
We make oil stoves too f Justasgoodastfcelamps Justasgoodastfcelampsin jusl ust nsgood as tie lampsin lamps I IIn
in fact anything in oil or gas fixtures fixturesTUB fixturesci fixturesainNccTtA
38 Park Placo and 33 Barclay St Now York
Coining Oomin direct from Greater New York after three weeks of ofremarkable orremarkable ofremarkable
remarkable success as the amusement feature of the ElksCarnival Elks ElksCarnival I IOarllival
Carnival and Industrial Exposition the Frank 0 Bostock BostockMighty BostookMighty BostockNighty
Mighty Midway Carnival Company in all its magnitude and andmagnificence a11lmagnificence andmagnificence
magnificence will begin an engagement of Jivedays live days in this oity oityon cityon oityon
on Tuesday evening eenin May 8th at the National Baseball Park ParkSeventh ParkSeventh PurltSoventh
Seventh Street and Boundary N W WThe Wthe Y Y1he
The infinite variety of amusement am nsement to be had on the Midway Midwayis l1id u uIs
is calculated to satiate the most exacting desires des 1es of the blase blaseand blnsea111 blaseand
and jaded playgoer Here on this cosmopolitan highway is a acollection Ilcollection acollection
collection of attractions precisely similar to those presented presentl onthe on onthe onthe
the Midway Plaisance at the theYorhls Worlds Fair in Chicago Amongsome Among Amongsome Annongsome
some of the most notable no n table places of amusement alii usemen taro are The Bos Bostook Bastock Bostook
took Trained Wild Animal Show the most complete of itskind its itskind i ikind
kind in the world the farfamed far famed Streets of Cairo Cairoand and the Turk Turkish Turkisli furkish ¬
ish Theatre where the Oriental dances are given the GelulU GetvlanVillage Gel mail mailVillage l lVillage
Village the Crystal Mnze the Moorish Palace Wombwells WombwellsRoyal WombwellsRoyal V mbwe11s mbwe11sRoya
Royal British Menagerie the Streets of All Nations the Hin Hindoo Hindoo Hindoo ¬
doo Theatre the fiftythousand liftythousanddollar dollar Venetian Gondolas GondolasBostooks tBostooks t tBostooks
Bostooks Equine Paradox introducing Bonner the talking talkinghorse talkinghorse talkinghorse
horse and a score or more of other novelties noveltiesIn
In addition to the enterprises enumerated above there are also alsoa
a number of free shows given at intervals on the Midway MidwayAmong MidwayAmong MhlwnyAmong
Among the artists participating are Frank St John who dives divesfrom d divesfrom ps psfrom
from a 50 COfoot foot perch p rch into a net four feet square Minting the tineunicyolist theunicyclist thuunic
unicyclist unic olist who ascends and descends a lofty spiral while whilemounted whilemounted whilemounted
Granada andMlleFedora andMlleFedorathe and11l1e Pedorn Pedornthe
mounted upon a single wheel j Herr
the high wire experts and Mlle Orrocco who encased in f n ahollow a ahollow nhollow
hollow sphere propels herself up and down a silver spiral spiralEach spirnlEach spiralEach
Each and every attraction on the Midway Mid wny is under the per personal personal personal ¬
sonal direction of Mr Frank 0 Bostock who owns moretrained more moretrained moretrainud
trained uiJ wild animal animn i ant g general aaral n ril exhibition pirapnnul p1rap plrapaaratllathan lmLlPa lmLlPathan a athan
than any single individual in the World
1 An Arizona Contrivance to Increase Increasethe Increasethe Increasethe
the Possibility of Sleep SleepThe Sleephe SleepThe
The he cottomvoods have shed their theiratorpllhug tlllllatelllIInts theircaterpllku
atorpllhug s there hay been a thunder thunderstorm IIl1uuelstorlll thunderstorm
storm mesquite mt > x < iultu wood has fallun In Inprice laprice IIIIJIlce
price Iiulhiiis I mil II liS are soiling bows mill millarrowy 111111ulrowl amidnrrows
arrowy the rose and the oulamler oulamlerhave oeluuderhave l lhne
have long bee been out oranges are htblouI In Inbloom luhloolll
bloom the Umbrella tree Is imttlns imttlnsout IlIIttllIOllt limit thlg thlgout
out UK leaves hixt sniiuiHis suit banbeen ban hnllhlllI hltlHbeen
been clcaiiLil and pressed the simill simillboy Htllnll1J0 sum 11 11buy I
boy 1J0 bus guile 0110 swimming 81hllllllll i In the canal canalBtcnls Cattailsteals
steals 11111 II Irrigation water from his hiscut hiscut hiscut
cut strawberries have been shipped shippedwill shippedwill
will soon be here and the minimer minimerbedroom SUlllllwrhelllUnlll sumnIeritlIirnlIll
bedroom will noon be n necessity necessityPhoenix Necessitylhuculx uecesslt uecessltIhullIlx
Phoenix sleeps out of doors In the thesummer tillKI1IIIIIICI timesuinuler
summer mitt the bedroom II 11100 III Is burn ofthat of ofHint otIhllt
Hint nucesHlty UCeIIIt It Is on stilts Is builtof built builtof 111I111of
of wire screen of line mesh for the time1lioeuix thePhoenix thclhollIlx
Phoenix mosquito Is microscopic lu luBlsse In8hw 1usize
size It IH furnished according to the thetaste tilltllsto themate
taste of the own Iullllllt H punt with tvit Ii Interiorcurtains Interior IIIINIorlUlllIllIS ml erlor erlorcurtdus
curtains to keep out the inornliiK Muttthe sun sunthe SlllIho
the Rinse IIZ0 of time curious IIlolIs nud the sniul sniulstorm IUIIIIstorm salad14tollll
storm stormThe stormJ11t 14tollllThe
The lied Is n II cot of canvas of woven wovouwire WONlwhl wovenwlee
wire Covered pirlwps tt with Ithi u sheet sheetbut HhlIthut sheetbut
but even n shoot feels like n fwitlur fwitlurbed fellllllrhlll fcutiurb1d
bed on u Phoenix summer night Tho ThoIfd 1110lld
Ifd covering Is the roof of tho bed bedroom lielroom hedroum ¬
room and careless folks who consult consulttheir consulttllllr consulttillir
their comfort only 0111 dont wear night nightHlilrtK IIlgllt8hhIII nightHlilrls
HlilrtK HlilrtKPhoenix 8hhIIIPhoellix HlilrlsihaelIlx
Phoenix Is proud of Its climate durIng dur during IurIn ¬
ing In eight I ltt months of tho year el11 but It Itdoesnt ItdOIsllt itdoesnt
doesnt talk much nmi eh in public about Its Itsmidsummer tillmltslI Itslnldsutluner
midsummer mltslI m Iller It Is n right warm day daywhen Iln IlnwllllI tinyw
when w h1u the Government Weather ell t IIN Hit Hitriiin JIllnlIu
riiin doesnt know what the sun tem temperature telll1IlIll11e temilp1l ¬
p1l perature uture Is and Is unable to deter determine dohImhl detoriIIhul ¬
mine mhl It and that la 1 > 1 how hot It gets getslu ACtsIII getsIn
lu Phoenix I called cn II cl on Observer ObserverHums Ohserverhares
Hums one day dn nnd asked him whnt wlutthe whntthe whntIhe
the olllclal temperature wns in the thusun tholIun thestill
sun lie said he did not know timid timidthat nndthat 1111I1that
that the government couldnt afford affordto II If 0111 0111tu
to experiment to that end lIe salt saltlie mildlie IIIt IIIthe
lie hud attempted to catch the win wintemperature suntllupernturo s1111temperature
temperature during the summer of or8U8
1808 and lUll hail broken a threedollar threedollarthermometer threellollllrthermometer threedollarthermometer
thermometer In the attempt To Toplease Toplease 10Illluse
please my m curiosity ell1081t ho hung n thor theruiouietur thor1I1owetor tier1lometer
uiouietur in tho sun watched it i 10t nt nV
It registered 1S 11th 311 degrees dl leell nnd then thentook 111111took thentook
took It In fearing lIItIII It would break breakTho breakTheo hlIIIhJ
I I1I0les
Theo hJ dryness 11t nesR of the th ntmospheiv ntlll IIIIlII re relieves reIleves ¬
lieves this grout relltllllIt heat of any terror terrorto tIIIOIto Errorsto
to nil living things thlu except women nnd nndcats andcat
cat cats There Is n saying su lng In Phoenix Ihoeuixthat Phoenixthat Ihlllnixthut
that In summer women and lats < uts nro nronervously IIICnerol1sl arenervouslyy
nervously prostrated while men nnd turddogs nnddogs 111111110gs
dogs thrive and grow tow fat Thoiv jhlt 11er Is n nluxury 11luxur aluxury
luxury luxur In quenching ones thirst dur during durIng ¬
ing the summer bent that Is possibletiowiere possible possiblenowhere
nowhere this Bide of the hereafter hereafternnd hereuftcrtind
nnd nothing will quench It so well MS MSolidwater II asolla
olla olidwater water The average mortal can candrink CIIIIdrllli candrittk
drink a gallon of o water per day dll dur during durbig 1111tho ¬
big tho heated time and apparently apparentlyevery uPllutlnlleCI npparentlyyevery
every eCI drop of It comes out through throughthe thlIuhthe throughthe
the pores of the skin skinArizona skinArizonaGrim Arizona ArizonaGraphic AtlzollaGllIl1hlc
Graphic GraphicCOUNTESS Grim GllIl1hlcCOUNTESS little littleCOUNTESS
She Perfumes Her Luggage With WithCloth WithCloth WithCloth
Cloth Sixteen Dollars Per Yard YardTho Yard1hl YardThe
The Countess de Castcllnne who Issaid is issaid IssnltI
said to outParis out 1nrls Parisians In her ex expenditures exluIItUles expenditntes ¬
penditures luIItUles for perfumes has carried carriedan
an idea of perfumery into fan fanful fanfun nn nnful
ful extreme The sixteen four fourstory fourstot fourstory
story stot tniiiUs which accompanied the theCountess theCOllntosR theCountess
Countess on her recent visit to New NewYork NewYork ew ewYorl
York were n cre lined with perfumed flan flannel flanael fillnnel ¬
nel and through the gowns and lin lingerie UIICIle lhigene ¬
gene CIle were tdero ere scented amulets stampedwith stamped stampedwith stnml1edwith
with the Castellnne crest Eastern Easternchemists Easternchemists lIstotnchemists
chemists have prcnrcd similar per perrfused perfumed lIerfumecl ¬
fumed flannel nt 12 to 10 n yard yardAn yardAll yardAu
An order for thirty yards from n Bash Bashlonnble fashionable tllsh10llnblo ¬
ionable wnmnn Is not unusual Clos Closets 010scis Closets ¬
ets cedar chests hat boxes nnd every everycompartment eer eercOlllIIII1tment everycompartment
compartment containing dainty llnlnt toilet toiletbelongings tollotbelolljln toiletheiollglttgs
belongings s are lined with It nUll nndevery nUlleer antievery
every eer whero the pungent amulets are nroscattered nrescntterell arescattered
scattered lavishly While violets con continue cantlnuo continue ¬
tinue the distinctive perfume of the theultrafashionable thoultrnfnRhlollllhle timeultradaMhlounble
ultrafashionable the Duchess of ofMnrlborough ofMnrlholough ofMarlborough
Marlborough has created n vogue for forjasmine forjasmine 01 01jusmlne
jasmine in London which has been beentaken 1IIelltnken beentaken
taken up by certain women In tho thoEast thoEnst theEast
About Pontoon BridgesWide Bridges BridgesWide BridgesWide
Wide pontoon bridges nro steadier steadierthan stendlorthnn steadierthan
than narrow ones The boats for or such suchstructures stickstructures suchstructures
structures should not bo immersed immerseddeeper Immerseddeeper immerseddeeper
deeper than within a foot of the top topand topand topand
and are placed stem on to the current

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