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'Hood Unci, deliver us, we be
seech liter, from the jingo, I lip
demagogue, the bigot, and nil
other unde.iiiilile cttUons, am'
give us Instead the patriot, the
Nt'itemnnn. the broud-mlndcd,
generous, maul man. that thy
kliiKilom come and thy will he
clone on enrt'.i uk It Is tu heaven,
for Christ's rake, umen."
This Is the prnyei that the I'lmp
tain pins eel fin the Iichim- .if llopi.
henlatlvs on .Ian JS Ii is short tin'
xx ill bring fin Hi .1 Iti on of Anie'is.
DEFENSE OP OUR NAVAL SHIPS.
la our Nav a Hrst-clUB lighting
Reulerdahl hits said thnt It I not,
and the Scientific Anierlran conild
cied an uuthorltv - w.is quoted In
luese columns tint long stnro as prnc-tu-nll)
lolncldlns In these view. I tilt,
there h.i been a diange on the part,
of the Anieili in.
The firm Btitenient in answer to
ltouterdnhl could well come under
til heading of con reunion and "Mi
nion. Since the, l tne Hcleniltlo
American him apparently Ktudlod (.he
ituation moi" eaicfully, and In Its
lecent Issue devot-s a .ery Intorest
lne article to pioving that Itculer
dtihl Is a prevaricator and sensation
monger. What the public Is most deeply In
terested In is whether our Navy, ship
for ship, Is so tnurh worse than any
other. We Know we hnve the ton
nage. The Scientific American says
that, excepting th open turret, we
hare fighting shlps'ns good or better
than the otliei nations.
The lleni of our ships" armor Is
most vttiil. and lteutordahl Iras said
thnt our ship ate permanently In
the lanientnble condition, im leg.ird'i
submerged armor, thnt helped make
the Huwtiin fleet weak when It went
Into the fight or Tsii'-him-i.
The Scln title Ameiicun is of a
very different opinion and expresses
it In this wise
' Mr. lieutetdnhl states that 'of o'l
our battleship, not one shows Hu
nt tin armoi bell six Inches above the
water when full equipped and reauy
for sea ' As a matter of fact, our
ships, If we include those now build
ing, show fnini eighteen Inches to
rleven feet tdx Inches of thick armor
above the water lino when fully
'Theie bun been altogether ton
much wild talk about submerged ar
mor belts, and its absurdity Is evi
dent when It Is brought to the cold
test of fat Is and figures. A naval of-
llcor recently assuied the writer that
the Virginia not long ago started
irom a nuvj yard with xhu top of hei
belt two feet bolow the wtuer. Now
In dissecting this statement, wo find
that at normal load, when the Vir
ginia displaces 10, 000 tons, this marl;
Is thioe feet above the water: ro tha
according to our lnfoimant she must
have sunk five feet or sixty Inciter
below her normal draft. It tabes
GO.Oo tons to sink the Virginia one
Inch below her normal dmft. There
lore, to get lior bolt two feet below
tho water she must have taken on
board .It) 5 7 tons dead weight, and
"nor displacement mutt lmvo been 1S,
tj.ri7 tons, Tm tons greater thun that
of the huge llrittsli buttloshlp Dread
nought. This Is a fair sample, if
much of the absurd tnlk that ban
been Indulged In nn this question nC
Mibmorged aimor boltB.
"riiithermore, even If tho belts
wore submerged, which they uto not,
when our Bhlps statt out to And and
light the enemy, the consumption oC
coal, provisions, witter, otc, would
bring them up govern! Inches n day
Mid. by tho time they mot the enemy.
It H piubnble that they would l)ei
floating not much below their normal
draft," with several foet of tho belt
"Mr. Ueutordabl bus much to kiiv
about tho 'lowness' of Amorlcan ship
Mid he would havo us bellove thm
tho forward decks nio much lower
than llinpo of foielgii ships. Iln says:
'All modern battleships In foreign na
vies lmo fonvnid decks nbout twen-ly-two
to Iwonty-eiglit foet ttbovo
tho witter.' Wo huyo no spneo lo
consider tlio vnrluuH foreign nnvloa
WUIllCl-Y I1UI.1.IVI IN
Per Six Months S .fl"
IVr rjir, injuhvrr hi I s . . I. on
IVr mi, nti,lii.,i iti i'iiha.1.-i lFo
IVrVrHl Hvt.il(t, foreign 2.m
FEBRUARY 8, 1903
In det ill ird i.i th., iei,tv will con
line nui-clvis ti the .n ntiowtcdgcd )
le ii, i 'Iimi ill the lliltlsh nitv).
Want in i- the facts' With one sin
gle cei'loa. the Dteadnuught, thero
Ib not a lliitish lutlleshlp In lont
iiiKriimi wlt.i a forwaid deck twenty
ilglit feel above the WHler, all the
oilier nicHlern battleships being, like
our own. three-'lecked ships, that Is,
hiving a berth deck, gun deckr mid
main or upper deck nlmvo the pto
leitlve deck: mid tho Jielght be
twe n decks being about I III) same for
nil .hint, vis., from aeven t six
Inches to eight feet It follows that
the height above normnl water line.
Is approximately the same. Ah n
matter of fact, on several of our
ships the height between docks Is
greater than on tho British ships nnd
the freeboard Is correspondingly
"Tho question of freeboard Is Inti
mately associated with ibat of the
height of guns nbove water. Though
We have nut at hand the flguien ot
freeboard of the Ilrltish snips, the
low elevation uf brimdsblo butteries
on certain, eraek llrtttsh ships as
compared with our own provos con
cluslveh that this freeboard must
penornlly lie considerably lower, ntn;
rot. as Mr. Iteutcrdahl states, ion
sbVribly higher, than that of our
hliips of tho snmo data. 'I herefore,
all hli pictorial description of the
trouble our tin rets and broadsides
would' encounter when stcnmlttg In a
seawa may bo relegated to that Inn I
of fiction to which ro much ot his ar
ticle belongH, '
"Not only would 'otic-third or our
Runi' not bo 'unoliisu in n deiuvny,'
but the uiuutloi o; the guns would be
J-rKMmtMMt nnniTiii'iiiiwi nfciifrrjii mam,
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dear of tho water when lite clgiu
battleships of tho King I-Mwnrd clnfat
nnd the two battleships Swiftsitrc
und Triumph, tu say nothing of the
tour armored cruisers of tho Drake
c lass, would be lolling thelis under.
"The lliltlsh, of whom Mr. Iteitler
d.'ihl mistakenly gives the Impression
that they havo sevetnl 28-foot fieo
board ships, 'Wero content Willi twen
ty feel until llie great length of the
Dreadnought compelled tho addition
of u forecastle deck to give her good
scn-iiditig qualities. All tills "tnll:
about Hooded turrets and hioadfddc
guns useless In a seawny Is no moio,
and lint as much, applicable to our
own navy as It Is to the others of
the same school. The battle of Tsu
Bhimu was fought b) Japanese shipi,
of the same freeboard ns our own,
and in weather that was described In
Admiral Togo's repoit as 'rough.' Hut
wo have yet to hear that the .lapnn
eso btoailslile guns weie 'useless In u
seawii.v,' and our buudslde guns nic
as high, If not higher than thelis."
After leading the Selcnllllc Amer
ican's statement, tho iixeiage Amer
ican Is Inclined to believe that out
naval shlpj will do, nricr all, but
llieie have been enough admissions
of fault to make It manifest that
I thoro ii mom for Improvement and
the nation should be liberal with Its
funds In speedily providing for them
, o s.-
MAGAZINES AND BOOKS
ANNE WARNER'S ACTIVITY
That thoie Is a vast difference be
tween "The Rejuvenation of Aunt
Mary," us plajcd by May Ttobson and
tho author's; Hist version of the story
Is evident from the fact that Anno
WnVnor le-wiote the original five
times before It appealed In book
form, nnd then wrote the play twice
befoic It was satisfactory lint Anne
Winner Is an Indofatlgablo worker
with her pen alio never uses n type
writer for dining tho year 1907, In
i ddltion to dfcimntlzlng "Aunt Ma
ty, ' she had i"S shoit stories printed
la America, nnd tluco of her books
brought out In England, and one,
"Susan Clegs nnd a Man In tho
Mouse," published In this country,
i nd prep.ucd tho JISS. for two now
hookd. I'm thcrmorc, her publishers
Ibjtied a "I'luyers' IMItlon" of "Tho
Rejuvenation of Aunt Mury," with
additional lllustiatlons reproduced
'lorn bcenes In tho play, and bent her
fust book, "A Woman'j Will," to
press for tho fourth tlmo.
INDIAN IN CONGRESS
No greater Interest attaches to any
member of the Sixtieth Congress thun
to Charles J). Carter, the member
from tho I-ljiu th District of Oklaho
ma, nu Indian who has nil his life
Ived among his kinsmen. Carter 1j
c man of great strength of character,
and maintains that the Indian will
be belle' ofl If t'rcv.n on Ills own
icources .it. d not vat 'bod over nnd
gu.iidod b tin; I'edernl authorities,
lie hoped to become a member of tho
;r.d:.,n Altai a Commlltco of the
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
P. O. Dox 7IC.
! . LINE
B. F. EhSers
llctise, wlter,o he will tnhorate Hie
entovnl of rostrU'lloii fiom tho sale'
c,f Indian lands except the 1iomctoad I
cf rull-bloods, and the tnxatlon of all
lands held by them. He believes the
Indian should iiKstnuo all of the bur
dens of titlzcnehlp, participating ns'
he dots In nil the benefits. i
Mr. Carter gives his iiationnlllv an
i-even-slxtcenth Chickasaw nnd Chei-j
okee Indian, nine-sixteenths Scotch
Irish. Ho ls n nmti of generous dis
position and jovial to a maikcd dc-
gree, nnd his laugh will soon come
lo bo known throughout the clonk-.
rooms mid his stories will ulwios nt-j
tract a group about him. lie has a(
icriotis side, and is tu a position to
do hh country n vast amount of good
b bringing nbout n change In the
ticatmcnt of the led man which wM
cheik tho sternly ilpgeneratlon of the
incc which hns set In itndor the pa
ternal care of the government. II.
(. Spauldlng, In "The World Today"
HOW PERFUMES ARE MADE
Cllass sheets held b finnies a few
Inches tiiait are sme.ued rather
thickly with lard, ar.d between theso
ihects the freshly picked blossoms
mo bcnttcrcd, touching the frames
but not being pressed by them, la
c nc da) tho oil of the flowers exude',
i nd tho lnrd absorbs (ho precious
drops. If the (Ion cm ate plentiful
thoy may bo changed ns often ns ev
c ry six hours, mid In the case of Jon
quils thirty times; Jasmine Is iisua'l)
changed eighty times before the lay
ers of lard nre entltely haturated.
When the lnrd has absorbed its much
ell as possible from the (lowers, It Is
melted and dissolved In purified i'l
cohol mado from grain. When this
mixture is (lltcied, the icnuontiiitcd
extract may be redlssolved In spirits,
diluted, or mixed with other oils, ac
cording to tho strength or quality de
Attar of rosos and neroly, tho babe
of can do cologne, nre maoo by a dif
ferent nicthodi The perfume may bo
extracted by mi ordliiary process of
distillation If a ety even heat Is
maintained, but the usual method is
the "haln-imirlo " A large kettle of
l.ird Is immersed In . tub of water
at the boiling point until the gicase
leaches n uniform tetnperniuie nnd Is
tntlicly melted. Into this warm lard
the petals of orange hlosniniK or of
loses mo thrown. The petals reniullt
i day or less lu this bath, and then
the Inodorous wilted bowers nro tc
mnved nnd treaty ones submerged un
til tho mtxtuii attains the desired
strength. Tho-wumen bent the mix
ture Into a civam. After tlio pomade
Is made, tho (ill may bo shipped In
this state, or distilled and bold In Its
concentrated form as nttar of roses
or neroly, or diluted to tho btrongth
of "pei funic'' 'fcv 'can do cologne.
Tiveiit) thousand pounds of lose
pttals nre requited lo make cine
pound of attar of rose3, valued nt
I' bout $200. A' thousand pounds up
jiioxlinatelv of the petals or the Ilow
cr of the bitter orango aro necessary
lo make a pound of neroly, valued at
?20 on an average. Jane ltosamoml
A fine gold-mounted
makes a handsome
We have just received a
large assortment of Stylish
COMBS of REAL SHELL and
MOUNTED IN SOLID GOLD.
The prices arc very reason
able. H. F. Wichman & Co.
, E Popular Prices
! V r
G-ood to Eat
Alexander Young Cafe.
Mrs, fJoo. C. Wofslell, 11 Hlvor llond,
"I trust that no one will think from
for any cause only to let sufferers know whore they may find relief from
many ailments. ,
"I can truly say I have been much benefited by tho uso of Peruna, I
feel better than I have for two years. It is the best medicine that I know
for pdvlo troubles.
"I have takon medicine from the doctors and found no relief; Imt whon
I began taking1 Peruna I could cce that baforo I had finished taking tho
lint bottle it was clolrrr mc good.
Cold Developed Into Catarrh.
' Mrs.X. P.Lawlcr, iZlJjjX.llroadwtty,
Pittsburg, Ka., writes :
"I'erunn Is a sovcrclgu remedy (or
catarrh. Lust spring 1 caught a sevcra
cold which developed Into a vcrlonseasci
of catarrh, 1 felt weak and sick nnd
could neither eat 1107 sleep well.
"A friend who had been cured ot ca
tarrh through tho moot l'enmatulvlsod
mo lo try It and I did to at onco. I ex
pected help, but nothing like the won
derful change for tho better I observed
almost as Boon us I started taking It.
"In three days I felt much hotter and
within a weok I was well. 1 continued
taking tho entlro bottle nnd within two
weeks f wa In flno hentlh. Peruna Is
a wonderful medicine. "
Catarrh of the Dowels.
Mrs.Msgglo llurbln, 1SK North St.,
LIttIo Hock, Art;., writes :
"I was troubled for flvo years with a
chronic disease. I tried everything I
heard of, but nothing did mo any good.
Some doctors said my troublo was
catarrh of the bowels, and somo paid
consumption ot tbelxivvcls, Onodoctor
said ho could cure me; I took his medi
cine fivo months, but It did mo no good.
"A friend of initio advlrcd mo to try
I'orun.i and 1 did so. Attor I hnd taken
1 no bottles 1 found It was helping me,
so 1 continued Its use, and It has cured
tne sound and well,
"If anyone wants to know what
l'eruna did for mo If they will write
tome I will answer promptly."
P.iltts In the Side.
Mrs. Julia llraxlon, Apollo, Pa.,
"Peruna has cured me ot heart trou
blo and pains In tho sldo.
"A year ago I was expeelcd to dio nt
(ny time, nnd tho doctor v.i sometime
called nt two o'clock In the morning.
Hut 1 11111 thaiikhil to tay that J do not
not havo to scnif for n doctor now.
"filnco I havo used your I'ernnaas
you i.dvlsed me, I nm well and able lu
dc all my housework.
"I havo all the faith In tho world In
Peruna as It cured mo and I know that
it will euro others.
"I cannot pralso Peruna enough for
w hat It has dime for me."
' Stomach Trouble.
Mlsr Anna Carstvn, Clayton, 111.,
"Your Peruna did mo so much good.
-I am feeling 1.0 well now and buve
no troublo with my stomach."
The following wholesale druggists will
'The World Todii)" for
A KIPLING REVIVAL?
Mr. Kipling's publishers. Dotibli'day.
Page & Company, make bold to pro-
diet an eailv revival or Inlerust in
books ivbicb ii.ey" lmvo lssuod this
fall his "Collccled Verse," tho boll -
ii v idtilon of "Tho Iltiishwoud liny,"
the new cdltlonr of "l'roni f?oa 1 1 SaV
,111.1 .Win. liit-oiKl. ii3"-"ha shown
that llicio Is 11 widespread l'tenl In
tin t !! Mi. Klpllngs wiltlugs vlilch
nr v b counted upon to spring Into'
gic.t nc ivity on any likely occasion.
Thcv ful eo-.if.dent thai his next
hii'ilt, .-iDiinunc?iuent of which will be
made hhortty, will be giccUid with eti-
IhusliiMii greatnr tl.un ban boou allow. 1
for any of his recent works.
TOLD THE SECRCT.
"I don't tco how you always man-
nge to Inve a good tlmo wheioior jcm
go," giovvled the pesRlmlst.
"That's oaslly cxplilned," rejoined
tho opttmlst. "I tulco It wlih ftio."
Fln Job Prlntlna at the Bulletin.
i'co t'GCDLUE an v
I'lnrkMmrir, W. Va., writes!
this that I want my camo in public
Mrs. 0. 1). lbjl'lusoti, St. lViix St..
"I have taken Peruna and it did me
treatment by special physicians. I
Bf '8 raMSS NETTIE C.BOGARDUS
fmnrMimiK. ,,, w,3f-.
lim & ' 4
person. Ho moretswollcn fcot and limbs. No moro bloating of tlio
abdomen. No more shortness of breath. No moro stiff and soro joints.
You havo no idea what your treatment has done for me. It certainly has
prolonged my lifo and mado n new woman of me.
"0, such a blesiin j I have received through your kindness, doctor, and
the assistance of thj medicine which you so kindly prescribed. I am able
to work sinco I berran vour treatment, but before I bu not able to holn
myself, much 1cm work for aay ono
and las treatment.
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for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS-for memoranda,
) anu tlls
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for daily ref
erencc. Each or all to be had at
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There 13 nothing quite so delight
ful ns an auto ride to Halciwa. The
roads are in fine condition juat
enough rain to rettle the dust, and
now packed hard.
in a GOOD dress-suit, and so ORDINARY in an ordinary
dress-suit, that STEIN -3L0CII dressers wonder why every
man docs not wear suits tailored by the STEIN-BLOCH experts.
Get ready for the s
UNIVERSITY CLUB BALL. All of the swell people will be .
'' there, nnd 50 you must go, and wear one of our dress-
sail-, cr Tuxedos. We have Dress-suits, Tuxedos, Dress
shirts, Ties, Collars, White Vests, Mufflers.
t . 0 RSJ B
9 u.v s, va e 5
Fort and Merchant Sts
Mij-sNcttle '.. Iltigardtis, It. 1'
21, WeBtneld,N'.Y.,v riles:
"I havo been ft great sufferer
from 6ick headaches, but am now
entirely free from that troublo. I
have not felt so well in ten years
ns I do now. I would recommend
Peruna and Hannlin to all suf
ferers. I will ray, God bless Dr.
Hnrtman and his wonderful rem-
Mlf s Julia llutlcr, It. It. i, Apploton,
"1'or tho past six years I suffered
n7fi catarrh ol the stomach, ranting
lots of sleep and appetite, with fre
quent severe pains af ler eating.
"My sister advlpedinolo try Peruna
"I took your treatment and my .ap
petite returmil speedily.
"I gained strength and flesh and am
In perfect health.
"1 am so thankful your medlcina
has done mo eo much good."
llrooklyu, X. Y., writes:
moro (rood than nil my two years'
can really tny that I feel liko another 1
clcs. All pralso is duo to Dr. Hartman J
ABE STILL OPEN
Accommothtions uncqualcd any
where on the beech.
Youll Go Home
in fine shape if you have a
bite cf hot lunch with us
after the day's work.
(Billy Howell's Place)
Fnr Job Prlnllnc at Hie Dullstln.
- acIIcjI event of the season tho