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THE REPUBLIC: SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1900. 11 l.n tl TWO ESKIMO CHILDREN! ADOPTED BY AMERICANS. Boy and -Girl From the Far North Who Are Living in New York Homes. i ill i'IIH MUn&mw i Hail R 11 i? i . TO ALL. IN OUR MUSIC DEPT. MODAY-.C00 Copies ThanWIvlnK M.uUi ana Tno-sten. Ask (or It. MENE AND ZAKSKTXER. KEPCBLJC SPECIAI New York. Nov. 24 There nre boys and girls in New York of almost every tribe nnd nation, rven two little Ksktmo chil dren mav bo numbered among the assorted lot of humanity that calls the jrreat city its home. These two little children of dull, yellow complexions and straight Mack locks have been adopted by American", and tegard the families into which they have been taken as their own. At present their like nesses are being copied with exactness in tinted clay for the American Museum of Natural History. It is a woman artist who is carryinjr out this task, and It was in the museum's modeling-room that Miss Meagher -was found one mornlns recently mislly entrased in rrttlnir just the tint of the boy Mene's cheeks, atid the dark shade of little Zaksriner's hair. The Eskimo 1oy is one of the two surviv ItiE members of a band of six Eskimos brought several years apo from a point on the northwest coast of Greenland. CuO miles within the Arctis Circle. Four of this little band fell victims to tuberculosis. Mene's parents being among them. One returned to his Northern home, and little Mene was adopted by Superintendent 'William Wallace of the American Museum of Natural His tory. Mene Is now 10 years old. and as bright as the average American boy. He attends faithfully to his lestons, and Is de voted to outdoor sports, especially foothill. Mene looks upon a newspaperman as a part of everyday life. He has been in terviewed so mam- times that he does not now regard It as a novelty, though he is of a quiet and reserved disposition, and one can easily judqe from his manner that lie shrinks from an thing like "'.hotting off." With the lolks about the museum he i a general f.ivorite. On his way to the fifth tloor studio the boy made a dozen stops to shako hinds With his many friends, who greeted him cordially. The little Eskimo girl. Zaksnncr. is onlv ! pjrs- old. Her name mean- "one of two," at'd it has a pathetic significance when taken in connection with the fact that her twin -ister. Artamihnke ("IJltle Pish"), who was brought wuh her from Southern Alaska by a scientific explorer two ears ago. died soon after reaching New Yolk. Zaksrii.er has been taken in hand by Slit's Meagher, ami is as devoted to her benefac tress as Mene is to Mr. and Mrs. Walliice. Mene and "Zaks," as she is called for short, have few Eskimo words in common. Their dialects" are almost entirtly different. The boy comes from the remotest northern limit known to be inhabited by the -human race, while the girl is from the southernmost hibit.it of the nkimo familv. Mene's com plexion l" darker and ruddier. than that of Zakr, whoso whole cast of features-suggests the palms of the southern island rather than the snowy wastes of the North. The liov'ss face and figure is of an altogether stockier and heavier build than tho girl's. The little Alaskan girl has made greater progress, in the English language than has the Greenland bov, and she also remembers more of her native words. Mene can sing several strains of the weird songs of his; people, and little Ziks follows him with longer fragments. Mene can tell some vcrv interesting tales of tho Arctic Circle, anil little Zskn does rome descriptive dance", going from one pose to another in a regu lar rythmic scries to thp clapping of Miss Meagher's bands. Xaks is a pupil in a pri vate school, and one of her accomplish ments is drawing. Tho children appear to be in excellent health. TWENTY YEARS IN PRISON UNDER A FALSE CHARGE. An Aged and Bent Ex-Convict Has Told the Story of the Affair That Blighted His Life. THE UNFORTUNATE GEOKGE LATOUK. 1 THE GUM'S 1 SAMPLE UCCEEDS LIKE mimm brings a gbowd like genuine bargain! You can save enough to buy two turkeys, buying your goods at the Big Store. Vm pww WL.MM.LjmIJllr.fflh,.''.'i'-,i-'t,-'i"-lt1ll,,!WWBM 6i IN OUR CANDY DEPT. Monday 2ic Chocolate Creams, per pound " lUC A NBHER. The greatest values in Cloaks Jackets, Box Coats, Automobiles an: fur-lined garments ever offered toth; Ladies of St. Louis. Cloaks at $1.9.1 $2.95, $3.95,$4.95, $6.95. 5 an. $9.95. The kind you pay $10, $15 $20 and $25 for at dry goods and cloak stores. Ladies' liclit tan aid e.iKtor hcrsevnutoinoulles, with flirln; storm collar :iml fcirap, 42 inch" . Iom.', rc-rl buttons .ini! satin lined throughout. JM QC IJror.aii.iy p' Ice S-'J 00 $ Ifi J J Ladle" riussi.in vto ic mar'en scurfs. decoraf1!! inc maiten lails. w.iy pne 4 ' u-.th tl genu """"'SI.SB i i " - atCW .i'7'VSSsK2 n 1lS- ' i a -. . Hotion Bargains. MKsJw"J- lPeChamo'-. Skins Monday 5c l".c TIi mio.s -l;!n, Monday Sc -"i Cl..unois SUins Monday 2c 2 ii riianinishMns. Moid it 5c He -sp.mv-t-, Mr in! n lo ."c Spoi'ses. Mondiv 2c 8c sp.in;;es. Mo iilu, 4s Ide Spon-es Mond.iv . 5c MelhiT's I'cilu'nes. .ill l)C-t oiiors, reKl sr priis lUu ounce. Ifip Mnndiv . 1UI '1 urkili JlJlH Soap lirgc c ike lo Dry Goods Bargains. "10 colored MilchcMne lied 'Snread. in red and h !e and blue ant wh'.t-, etr-a larsre sl7o:mil IrinsoJ. re;ul ir P3r ,-!ue !l M- Mond ly Uuu IflO pieces German loon dfte liren tovrel ini:, lSiti wide r'cnljr prire C jn louicryjrrt Morday J-U I'i0 Chnil.e Table Cm er- l-l size. OQn regular price o'lc eacli Mo-dji iut r0beavv unblcachel lied fchnets. QQa sl5e8lr!U. tegular price G'c-Moii'iayuUo DOLLS! DOLLS f Extraordinary Values Monday. .25e KID BODY DOLLS - Bisque bead, natural mr!s. shoes aid stockings, I Inche-; tall LARflE KID BODY 7c. DOLLS-iu inches tall ... I vJli Finest, co'-k-sttiffed l:!d lodr. patent jointed at nip CA Cn v "I Uw and knee ...SOcuplo PAPIHR HACHE D0LL5 Full l.pdics CheIot Dre 5I.Irts ma le iv 1 1 doabl- (louiicc. baud -o'li-lv uuninnl ii slilthed satin bird like cut. l!riid, vuca v't Ql' ...iw UiiCJi. L :i dies" U.tlnv - I) M:Irt of citr.i h- i pe.ton. nicely st'tili pleit CO A L-idios' S.-nl V 1 u s Y ("ari-s, 2J inches lonu lurcestorra collar fron idRCd t uh g'THIl 1 Till bet fill, hr.iii bicinner satin llueilam piiidel, Oroadnav P'ue CD Qy H000 gUtOi. L idles" Hcarv-Ttoislit.oO-inch Bouclc Care, nict lv lined sill piJOeii. storm colHr and Iron eilRd wlt'i qcnuine Thibet far, regular 00 7f !0u0 value ! " Lai'ics" Cape Collarettes. J-lnch storm cr liar star yoke, full ripple, s-itin lined throughout BraychitKhilla, sable, electricscal. stone mart" ,:-m mouffion almost ghen 00 00 away OiiQU Thlldrcn's JacUets. cenulne heavy Scotch mix tures, larce sailor collars, handsotcely embroUI cred in soutache braid, strap b ick, AC Uroadway price 5i;o-our piice ijlity Children's Jackets, darlt shades. 1 irge double collars, s rows fincy brsiid, aires 4 to 1 1 PO A C jear OitH-vl IO-xORROW BARGAINS INFINITELY GREATER THAN EVER OFFERED IN ALL DEPARTMENTS OF THE BIG STORE. IF YOU HAVE PLENTY OF MONEY TO THROW AWAY, Continue Paving Brondwnv Prices. .If Not, WSiT TW GLOBE. yOU WILL BE SURPRISED. rfnltsj, bisque h-.ids.Cp Cf natural cun-...25c to OUidU DOLL HE4DS, DOLL BODIES. AR.IS and 5M0ES nnd iTOCK I.NOS ileautiful iissort'jiint. Doll .leueln 'sets. Toilet en, Hound and Side combs. Xurs. :!: Bottles and Kattles Hair Krtishcs. Mirrors. Fans., Para sols, Tur Sets, etc.. etu, etc $3 Waists m 2,000 Ladies' Waists, consi.stinR of all-i-ol llaniiL'l, serj;e, brilliaminu and tweed, with corded and tueked effects, others handsomely trimmed in fam-y braid, French back, stock collars. H.iriin; (uffs:, lined throughout rwls. browiib. pi ecus old rose, pale blue, black and navy-iegular $l'.00, $3.00 and ?i.00 vahav, and S Iks and Qrsss Goods il M ak and colored ill wonl Scripts jnd lenr.euas 4' and II nhesTii't, I or A An . rd. Mundr. . 'rfu ..k all-.oul suitlivs, h 1 hee-.s anil misiuri's. 41 lncln s uide 90 erj.i tl. ,.! iliv ivlu , ir atl-uoel '-tomi e r s ami 1 li"V os n w . in I i u y blue -J! nclics , ul". pr On 11 J :inmui. .. 4-vlU (is- all-wool I.idjes loth, in crlirs and licK. lain. w.dc. CjSp 1 r jard Mon la 000 tl 111 i'l cze and Home spun suliinn-i. Iiit'n , t i.i ana oxfurd, Ji4 in. tide, icrjard, CQi loi'.lav . . i)Jj I fu all-wool 1'riT.pli ttill' I Uro.idclolh. al! 0 01 s ri inches v.isc, -r...irl, QC M01 day uJu 1 11 Lyons Milt Vol rets in o.ei 3!diffo-cnt olois IS lniliCs nil'. vryard, LOf. Mondiy ilOu .'."cT.iftcta Silks, p.ain olors. 1 1 siieeL :id ei.ln? shades. It 1 1 ulr. par varJ, VlKo Monday t-ju 1 iMV;rtini! ("ordurov n biov.n and tan mix tures, ;t inches wide, per jar.l, ODp Monday 0Ju 0c black llrilliantin1". lacquard designs, 4'J irehes ulde, per OCn rd Mondn.. .98c Elrksts, Comforts and Curtains. .01 pa r c. rle- AV00I 111 inker- f'lllsire nir Uiiralue JJ. i0J QQ -Mm aj .... dli 30 l"ni satine-cpvere.l Ilcd 1 ii.i.forts full s70. .- I. , . ., t ..n flit l r I leulai prise :l .1 Monday :; i) )ialr li-avv lle""! HI Hue's ill Kra mil 1.1:1 ni'iilirvalu f, Cp 7-c- Mom ay. .. full :li p. ir all-wool Cali oriiti Hl.inkets. m white, cr iv and scarier, uvular jluc Q0 On SS'O Munljy.Oi' 3d Jl 25 Homc-M-ide Itcd Lomfous. si7e TJ""-'. suko Ir.e cover and Pest eldculonn totton Hll lnif. rtul:r value Moiday UliuD b 0 Fia-incletto Bed Mirels sclv iKCd on both ends in white.tan and stray, ro?ulr value d":rM"n-. 25c jm s..rilpI)e.,i Horse lil.i.u ets. regular gallic S1T 31) pairs I'ire Lace lurtam-. In XottinK ham, thread lai.e and fish net. all S , yar.ls lo-,p. regular alue SX0U andiirniperpr.01 CO Choice Monday 0' Hats Trimmed FRE"i of Charge. 98j TRIMMED HATS HALF hME MONDAY. Ladies' nnd Children's Hats. iDeludlne ll'irs. p.itte-r.s, unmercifully slaughter -d. someeirlv and e first choice. 5"'0 ttjles to rfei rrom. Jl SO Han cut to K.50 II Us cut to 51 50 Hats cut to s 00 Hits ut to . iS.00. tlO DO an I ii: sor, children 3 Crusher Hats, vvvaj Mexican --tvlp. all idors. QTn -TvV-i. Wcvilne. MnniWv UvlG . W ( VllLC L-Ut I to 75c $1.25 $'.75 ..$2.50 SPECiAL RIBBON SALE. All silk, sailnros Kraln ribbon: just the mht kind for fancy ivor :. all colors. alo pi lin black or white Width. Ostrich Plumes at Half Price. ."VCc IMumes. 10 n Fl inches ion;; ... lull KiOl) I'iutnes. Br.st flbeis. hray C! (i( French heads 0 1 1 U U f . M) I'lu res. Incst tHers ,1e-.vv 1 OC French head- Ol.iU Amazon Plumes. 16 mthos loi'.ir, 7f : "i value lull OSTSIGH TIPS. 3 to bunch. blacU and colors, per C. 2!t- D.trli.li"TiVs." extra SPECIAL ! Iara-e, 3 to bunch, r.00 bolts No 2 Satin b'acKoniy, Qn lslobon. all '-Inch Width. I'i-lnch.. Width. I' inch. U dtli. 2-iU'-h .. . W.Jill. inch .. 3c 5c 6c 8c IQc Men's Shirts. Hcst Pern! I nintW- e I. -t:3" bon;. opci front and biclc. -p'j i- nite IlnU cuff to CC Men's UnJcror Kstra hiv" c tmel . it-'r iix'Tinn dotible !trc:itcl h rts, Tun double b.ick, r Cp derbi or ..95o in.-. I'.'tra i ribbtd 'Aool rhirt Hr.iv.crs, !1 )J value Elastic Soam Drawers. He i x bleached Cr.ntnn Hani el dnuMe IQ cits. Tic val'ie rDl Wloh's fJcokwenr. Clioite lire of f.m'-v silu bind Rons lln actu illy :" value . I Ub fslon's r nndk'cfa. Fine Jaronetic. ie il hemstitched with sill: embroidered inl- Cn luc .... UJ tial- 13c v Pen's Cloves. splendid iineor Scotch uoul or leather worlc-in--Ul.ycsrrno, OR and J.ius. dUu w ZtJli ,dlcr lirand ores. Ida C.Ioes. tomp ete as-sn-tment a I 01 nn colors OliUU Man's Jarse Coals. Ileivy wdpI t nlor -maie smgle or double breasted blai l :i n d siVesSltoli o2.4b Lacileo & Peon's UmbroII-TS. Fine T.-iRlisb Gloria, fast blacs, sfel rod. natural hoimI or finer mounted handles. A Cn "c .ilu- fJti Meuericd sill: ti;nt rolling and ste-I red ir.d name, steriir sil vr trimmed hatdlcs. I'leludiLi.- rases and tassel ciual t" a n v Lrella... SI. 00 LSDIES' UHOERW m, VfiSTS and PANTS .xcra heavy nbtedand rle-ced. stik croc'iet nttk. sussetcd slcees eijuai to any 5Cc car meat c'se- ncp Y7hen iuu UNIOV SUITS-nttra beiy ribbed and !l-'eccd,buttoned a ross chest. Unishol seams, (nu.il to any ,c cir- ncnt else-whre Natural Wool or Com-el'5-liair Vests and Pants, extraheavy.sil!: t.ipcd. e'l'jai to any il 03 garment else- CQp hrc UvJb LADlES'HOSE-riecce li'Kd. full eam!es. fast oincii. hipli spliced l.eeli. double toe, 01 lecvalue U3o WOOL HOSE-E itra heavy ribb-a.full seam less, f." st black. QCp exceptional valu.iiuu CHILDREN'S HOSE -I'keie-iincil.fasr. olack seamless, coubie het:l and toe and double ur.e". all sizes. 01p I9e value It'alr Children's Wool Hose, beav? ribbed.lullscnm less. allsi7es. lOln lOcvalue Ia:1 O0RSETS. Short hip. J-hoolc, lace triinme'l. perfect A C littinir. 75o va!i'e..fOu FLJSSBELETTH GOWKS. Ladies' and Misses". cut full size, alio ClilW drea's Xight Suits witlfl feet per far-njfnt 50s :q sj KID 6L&WE! Beal Irenes Kid. clisp or 4.hoolr, bl icl.f wh'te and all colors, iual to.iuirFI.0U CQt if.oveelscrherc. Uuli OUR FLORENCE-Fin-est French l;!d. every pair guaranteed and fitted to the hand.clasp or hook, blade, -white nnd all colors, rriita! to any ?I-s0 glove Ql fin elsewhere OI.UU a Webster's Dictionaries COn Unabridged 03C 1,131 v isres, I5,WK1 synonym!., fiags Of all nations in actual color. ,'J.ni7 Orders, accom panted by cash or money order, will re ceive prompt attention. CATALOGUES A'ow Ready. Send in your name. Infants' Moccasins, all Qn colors u I hildrcn's DjiiroI warm lined AQP button shoes. .! 10 s. . ruu thlldren's Kangaroo Calf button 7Rp btroes. t to 1 " Misses' Uonsoln Late Shoes, stock tips, Qftn tl to j ., 3Ju :.adie- first quolny Ilubb-rs. V. to Qp 1 r,a.'is" warm l"t e 1 Felt Mipacrs. -,ith QQ.- .cntl.er Soles 1 ti, 0 OUl: Lndios' I)oii"o' 1 Lace Mi0Cs, J I A C 1 to 8 OliH-0 L idles' Vicl Iv a ana Calf Lace Shoes, PI OS heavj double soles Oliuu rer bunch .. colors 10 yards .108 MEN'S AND BOYS' HATS. Hoys" Winter Caps coif. Iirmhton and turban sbanes. .'Ainlac, (On Friday ICu Hos" and Men's Fedon Hats, variety of stvlesir.d Lolors. broltcn sizes. goods worth Il.fO. at Men's Stiff and Soft Hats, all shapes and colors. rriMii'ir ?: .vji'ames wWh Boys' Suits, Ovsrcoafs and Reefers. QQn -trireand Hieck UOu Su.ts, s.esStolj 85c THE ISIU o TUKB- 7th and FrjnLlln Ave. t l fflng;Cjai!gaMBiirsMtCTiai!,w4'aTC ' '" "'""'MwaraBwnia l QQ Hoys" All Wool 01.00 S-uits. aes7lo IR: llk'at and dark slndrs of plaids and mixtures: aorth 5i CO D0Bot' Fine 0Z 00 a: 1 - wool suit-, m,., Tti 10, larce variety of natt'rns. in uorsieds. cneviots and mssimeres. alluew.up-to-date patterns- sold elsewhere for it and :.". CI QQ Hoys' 01.00 .-Ults. : S2.79S 'i stee . acssto 8. blue. blacU and fancy mixtures- vests tut toned in front; ahvjvs told at ?inu. llors' Tine estee -nits. au'CS 3 to &. In plaids, s'riresand f 'ncy mix tures of llsht anil dark shades the vests are all double - bre isted. iritlon In front nnd have a very pretty em broidered tJilcld: worth H00. s3, 13 1 Boys Blue Chin chilla Reefers,, Jges 3 to"-wlth laiEcsilior collars. 7C traideJ OG FRfcE! Fine Brais Drums given a-.vaj with Bojs' Suits and Owrjeats at S2.03 and up. Hoys" Astrakhan Keef ers. with veliet col Ii.rs: ages to 0: blue, b'acu. brown and crecn; CO CD worth ij. ijiiOil nojs" All-Wool Covert Top oats, 4 to 15 years. In tcautitul tan shades: !." value.... Hoys" I51U2 Dobson Chinchilla K e o f e r s, ascs 7 to 16, with larce storm collars Boys" All-Wool K.-.ee 1'ant.s, aces 8 to 16: ia blue, black, checks, plaids and miitures: some -vita Couble seats rad knei-s; AT- nc valce T"ou Men's H 1 u c Check Jumpers, worth 3ic .S2.89 ......S2.88 ..15c Men's and Young lien's Suits and Top Goats. Men and Youn? Men's Ail-Wool Cheviot Suit j J7.50 fill value 0ri1 Men's and Youns; Men's Fiae Balti more Mer chant Tailor made Suits, nobty and up to date. !,uch as tailors ask S5 to 30 for. SI2.40 and S9.85 Men's and Young Men's Top Goats In coverts and vicuaa, soma silk-faced to edge of PQ QQ lapel: ill) values QUiuS Men's a ud Younc Men's Finest Baltimore Tailor-made Su:t, Top Coits rnd Itiplan Over coats, same as merchant tai lors ask r.O and 125 for. SI2.50 and $9.75 Wit? I uumu'jxvnvwmuvnw, .iiah wwwm HEPUBIJC SPECT AL. Los AnRCles, Cal.i "ov. 21 Fifty jeara ago the Columbia mine at Toulumne at tracted thousands of goldseckers, and since, those das of wild teareh after iellov treasure many a true story, stranger tlnn any of fiction, has been associated with this replon of precious metal. Something more than ttionty jear" ago there was a prominent fisme in Toulumne that stood out conspicuously from all tho rest for several very seod reasons. This man vias Georfre Latour, a irumblcr and a prince amonR tho rouc,h men of "lie West ern Eldorado. Ho vas handsome, rugscl and played a "square p,ame." rie carried himself with a -.iceful air. was gentle when there was need cf gentleness- and quick of courace, Kenerous with those in nfed of his assistance and looked up to by his associates and admind by even those who did not approve of his occupation. In those lons-arjo dayc of Western sold mining this description exactly fitted George Latour. tUio last week returned as a visitor to Toulumne. a man now- aged in appear ance beond his years, with ejes that one would hate to Raze Into because of their haunted expression. Tho prison doors opened only a short time ago to let our this man. who for twenty j ears suffered in close confinement, wrong fully accused of a crime th-U Taa commit ted by a woman's hand in a spirit of rc- A little more than twenty years n,o George Latour decided to leave In hind him the nfe of Calnoini.i mimns rMiii. ni. tired of B.nnbline, and the profession wiis fast beinc invaded by a lot of cheats, .ir.d the prolits wele grow Ins 3m'l'elL ,,,,'1-sniullLi-. 'the minim; kings v.tre pe;-lr.niiit, to give garnhlers the cold shoulocr, ai.d tliu wealthy r.mcnmen preferred other conipunj. Latoui wandered out alons the border into Xeada. New .Mexico. Arizona, and so down into Old .UiAko. In Mexico he entered Into partners.!"!!) with Don Guadalupe Ascainte, and secured a hilf interest In one of the llnest ranches of the Republic lie built a magnificent hacienda and "?ae the mot,t lirlln.int fetOT and balls e alwnjs had an eve to business, t!iouc;h. and his eatilo were carefully watched and tuided. and no other cattle brouKiit such prices it his. ho Geortre Latoi.r Ricw ilea and counted him self a. h.rppv m.m. One. day as the ranchman drove oer ins land lie contr:ihtd his present pc.ictful iite with that he had lid .., a gambler, and the ei.ntr.iht was pleabunt As he rode slowlv homeward lie took Irnm his belt his pistol and rind a stun .it a bird ftandln solitary anil alone neir .t little pool of water. He had not been laiiticular about his .1.111, .inu the leneU bird Happed Its wings anil new away. 'l"he klnd-ht.ari.d man was glad he had not shot it. , ., That night he sat v.itli his partner in the cool patio of his home chatting in Iriend.y inantre.'. The year hail been a prospeimu one, prices were good and grass nnd water plintm.1. There was no thought of harm between the nv n I'l.-eniU the moonlight threw- a slndow .-Krot!, the p.itio. It wan tne figure of a man that cast the d.nl. int. 1 he partner greeted the ligure :" it appro.icned thinr, 111 nl.lr.g it wax tome belated servant or .1 l-nch inreman who had ridden in to lirins lam Mime rt port. V.'h" 11 scarce .1 j.iru swiv from Don Guadalupe the stranpr.-r dri-v a jilstul an 1 llr.d t i..li;iil at the t.iucr.man'.s i.e.trt. The aim w.s tine, and Don Gu idaitip1 tell dead. The intruder tumid hn-iifdiately and 1.111. Gcoigi- litour ilrev.- libs pistol and Ii id thrte shot.! after the utrcnilrnr form. 1'lij sound 01 the p'stol shots anni-cl the men and woir.ui r the place, who fiudabil la frighlcrii'd gioups about the liaciinda. I.i tour wns bending oer tho bd of his part ner with n smoMng re-.i.lwr in his hand. He told tlii- p. opl.' tne "lory cf the i.hnuling and indent! llint .1 tha.-e fot the murderer be I i-;iiii .it once Tinr" was no one found a I'd rue .iiitl.niliie.M lniinedliti-i) be,;an to suspect l.ifoi He bad .siid t'nt i' a 111111 ,ho hu" oone tile shofdng, .:i I there v.j- fit an to be l,it.ni! ej.e pt tho.. who hail ro't'e ruslmifj ti til I n"lei 1 1: the s'ltits wore Hied I.aitiur was arniud and tried fo- i.vird t. Ho hid Mid ti.il he I. id Hrel tli.ii- s o; and theri.w.ro four ernpi. (a.tridgi-i In h's reolci for .1 tinif i.iimir could -.ot hlin-s-i.f 'loiint for Hu fourt.i i-:npt 1 .irtr! lse i.ntil ho l'.-ipper'ed to recall :1c thnrjn 11 lie Innelj bird by the water pool. I Sua, this (xp .uiatinn v.. is not accepted. 011 G-'orij' l.Uiair Was roriyicted of niLr-e-. He fought haul in thp 1 mi Is but ir wa. i.-iless i:erjthlni nuinu-il to him a., the one who had taken D u timid ilupe"-. life. His lands wne conlisc'itfd, and he .;ii s r 11 ik el to lend a desolate life In the prism of Cl.ihuahria. The man ihafed under nils' fearsome charge, and twice tritl to inr.ke his escape Tile list time he wan shot pi the leg and made a cripple for life. The v.ns went on, the rrlsonT scarcv 'v lr'ini.iag when one began or a"i-"tlu"- i-'t.cr 'I here was r:o iy of hope. In twr-ntj j ears lie parsed from a jour's aril cc' onair '.ran to one bet.t and old. Then pne d.ij, not long ago. the guards c.m-.o ti 1 Im and told a srory tint the wrecl.eil man tlnnht almost too good to b tni. It was about t!i coifi'js-ifm a woman had made on her der'thhed This woman had told how she. In the spirit of rewnge, had donned men's clothes and gone to the peacetul hacienda to kill T,itour's partner: that s!-e wiis not suspected of the crime b-caiise inc had imm"di'.t"'! after the shooting slipped off her male garb and tppeared with ihe other women who rronded about th M.-ene of the murder, all tli" while delighling .it the death she had caused; that she writ away after that, never caring who was blamed for the crime. Then the doors of the prison were thrown ppen and an old map with gray hair and board stepped out into the soft sunshine Bllt It WMS- n d!fT,r.nt srt,l lliit n-..,!fn.-l him. His wealth was all gone, and thofe was no orif to whom he could turn for pro tection and support, at least so thought the ex-conIct. But there was. one man who had-not forgotten him. This man Latour had befriended when he was.a lad. The man is now wealthy, and is glad to act as a prop ior the unfortunate George TraVritr. AMERICANS WHO HAVE ROYAL BLOOD. Now Volume With Fiunily lli:i tniies of Those Tniciiitr Tli'-ii" Ancestry to Kings. RBPCHL.P- hl'KCIAI. Washington, Nov. 21 There are 11 few well-known people in Washington and nei by who "'fetch their life mid being fn in men of rojal siege," as Shakespeare puts It. Thev an' members of the Society if the Coloni.il D.imes and the Society of the C" lonlal War- Through the courtesy cf the publr-hers. Hcnrv T. Pontes & Co. of Phil adelphia, the Post of this city recently pub lisher extracts from the advance sheets f r. large work entitled "f'olnnl il Dam- s of Uoyal Descent.'" which will be Hsusd tl i month These two societies have all along given their attention ch'eflv to the American an cestry of their members. Now they n'c beginning to look furthr Into their gene alogy. This is particularly true of the Colonial Dames. From this" work, "Colonial Damrs of P.o.va! Descent." a good idea cf what Is a "royal dc.cnt." and what It means to a "name." ran he learned. To have proven verified. lineal descent from a King's le gitimate child is tho acme of ireneiloijlc'il work. This line of descent from r"'-iltv must be as perfect as the cha'n of tlt'e ti 11 p'ece of real estate. Those socle"i-s have, like the heralds of tii" S'Mee'i'h and Seventeenth cp-iTuries. vrified the "claims'" of all their members. In thh worl. they have gone through t'"e forest of family in es of all our old femi'lfs nod K'rrllid main- hec-iuse their t lisln of title t rome eoloniil or crown ornc-hoPer was not olerr. With this work thev have nlirmt finished and hive turnel their -t-tcntion t" the r.n-r-try across the wa'er of f-lr ,"lon!al forbnra S it l.as become the fad w'lh th" l'amcs to have a "rov.il dp-cent " nnd !hn to b'ing tnetlier kindre-1 s-pirlts rf this distinguished lln"age in n society within the ori'inlzation of ti-e Society of thp Colonial Dame'. This "roval blood" society in the Dam"s" Po"'."ty lias been formed and organized bv a T'-tro t Dame iml I" cilled thp Or'er n'" the Cc'yri TMs order. In reality. Is a "tl I'tv-thirl degrr" n the Fne!"t of t''i Co!oiii-! Dims. er a lodge witliinlhe r's-le-liood of the Da ires Jt"t ai are 'lip KriM-h's Templars :nd Iu Lu in the lli nnic flt'nit. -Hid to 1p of or to t Up l"p digiee of tip royal Ordpr pf th" f "row 11. a iadv must b a "Colonial Di-'o of roval dPscent " This new ordpr h;.s tT"n!ipr-i in a!mo' evrrv St Up po"i t- 'f lip Djrncs. according to Mi" rm nbcrsli'n li" t Kivn in this book, "f'oloiial Duti'I rf Tirv'M Dpscph'."' v hl-h -it first thorn -t fo-jlil l't. lousllercd tie took of tho Onlr of tbe Crown, but it i" not nn there aro bluidreds of d"s-ents- from Kings in it of pmnjo who are not evn D-""ps Top D imps are fo b" ngratu'aKd ii thii' having s.jmethirr- npw and novel in oei edition t" the "Cnionia! W.Tsr"ei'." '" ho t,irted a genealogical receatton I irl: In the "Order of Uunnvmedp " anl onlv "colonial warr'or-," v. ho are I'cs'enl nnts of imp cr mnr of t'-p t"cnv-tivo 1 I'-ono who wero suret'es for the Mngni '"'nitn o King John, were to he ddmllteJ to memberrhip. MRS. WILLIAM M'KINLEY THIRTY YEARS AGO. An Old Acqiiiiiiifanee Recalls Boarding-School Days of the 'First Lady of the Land." m:piTiiac .special, Philadelphia. Pa.. Nov. 24. It is thirty years since Mrs. William Berron.of this city has seen Mrs. McKinley. Thirty years ago Mrr. McKinley. who was then Ida Sax ton, attended Brooke Hall Seminary, Medn. In those days ?.Irs. Berron was Mary Gavin, a trusted employe of Hiss Eastman, nrincinal of tho seminary. 1 Mrs Herron is so delighted that Mrs. Mc- j.iiic is again ine uist i;mj 01 ene land that she is contemplating a trip to Wash ington to personally extend her congratula tions. Her only fear is that "the dear young lady" may havo forgotten her. For ium AMt h has very vivid recollections of Mrs. McKinley in her boarding-school d.s. "IZvprjbody liked Miss Ida Saxton at Brooke Hall," sa.vs Mrs. Berron. "but of r-urse none of us ever thought then she would lie a President's wife nnd be culled 'the first iadv- of the land "Sil. was the dearest girl In the world, ai'd had thp most beautiful manners, hut If I hed been guessing In those days who would lie the first Irdy of the land there vya many another I would have chosen before her. No! that she was not worthy; for she was in every way. She had such gocd senp that she was exactly suited to be a President's wife. "Still, I would not have thought of that then. There were others more show v. tnoie rpiernly, more likely, judging from thpir appearance and position in life, to m-irry a President. "There v.as poo- Kfte Chasp, for Instance-, slip vvli-, was afterward Mrs. Spragup. Slip was a pupil at Aton Ridge, when Mi-. Eastman had that school: her sister, M'.ss Nettie, afterwards Mra. Hoyt. was a Brooke Hall pupil. "Bi't if I was choosing one who would afterwards he at the head of the nation, I would certainly have namee" Kate Chase. Slip was so epieenly. so heiutifiil. Then Iit father sto d so high In the land, non" higher In tbo;p days "But I would not have it under'tooil that I think ar-.v the h"S of the President's wife because thfro wy-re others more IiOvy among the pupils of Brooke Hall. She was a girl whom every one 1-v-ed. "She was not r,lven to mischievous pranks of any k'nrl. Neither was her sis-tp-. Mi's Mary U. Santon, r.nw Mrs Bar bour of Canton. Indeii. tho voting ladies in this sch'ol v.cr" all veiv well behaved "Mi's Ida Siiton alway! wor" the m"st cxflU'sttP el thrs imaginable Hi r father was il-'.i. r.i.d gratified her every wish. She was one of thp prcttiest girls I have ever fen her garments forming ,1 wr fect sotting for 1 .r puie ilnk and white completion, blue eves and K"M""i brown hair. She had the kindest heart la th" world, and the most gracious manner Im aginable "The oung ladies dresspd so much prof iler then than thfv do now. I would give anything to fro thce lovely girls again. Jut as they looked thirty jer ago. "Thei- low-neclteel, short-slccve 1 gowns were so much prettier than anything worn by the girls to-day. Of course, thev- did not wear thre on the street, onlv in ihe house-. And with them the most beautiful jewelry bracelets, chains and jewels on their white arms and necks. Oh. the wri' s? much prtttier than th girls to day, nnd tie most ta-tefully govvmd of all was Miss Ida Saxtoa." CHILDHOOD FRIEND OF A MILLIONAIRE. 1 Poor Widow, Whose Home Was in Ireland, Discovers Her Former Playmate. nnrni'iji" speciai-. Potighkeepsie. N. Y . Nov. 21. Mr--. Mary Holihan Is a poor .vld-iw of vVapp'r.ers Falls. When reading lit r newspaper several weeks ago her eye fell upon the stoiy nf the lavish entertainments being given by John V. Walsh, the mining king of Colo rado, whose fortune is s-a'il to be many mil lions. The story referretl to tho fact that Mr. Walsh had business connections with the King of Belgium "That's funny." mused the widow, "that a man by the name of Walsh should be In business with Kinrjr Leopold." Then clip read on until she discovered that millionaire Walsh once lived in Tipperary. "Can this ie one of the Walshes from ray old home?" sild the widow, adjusting her glasses. "Sure i' I". Who would have thought that liltl Johnnie Walsh would have been doing buslnpss with kin is and giving entertainments lit for rovalty! I be Hpv In my he-art Its th" samp lad from Tlpporary! Manv r. time I carriPl him in mv arm ' and n'nny a game we played nn fh green and In the old carpenter shop v, hp-e mv father worked. "I'll fipd out If that Is mv- little. Johnnie Walsh. If it is. he'll he clad to hear from m ard if it isn't, therp's no Jia-rr riant'."' So tre w'dow wrote to the mining king". fpi ding her lettpr to the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel In New York. It was 11 letter full of rfcr"npcs lo the hippy davs in thp Emerald I-Ip, iust such a le'tcr as a m in who ha" not grown t-o worldly io care for h's ehildhrod home loves to receive The millionaire wa" not 'n the Waldorf- Astoria, but the letter was forwarded to him In Washington. From there he wrote h;r. saying that he v.as the sime John Walsh who was once a hoy in Tipperary. and that well did he renumber Mary, tho frl I'd nf hit f-hlraiifvnfl. 5To tM I hmr nn M". recent vi-It to Hurope, he had xlited the old tnot in Tinnprarv. and then M read through tears of emotion hi dp.scr, tfon of how Tipperary appar.i n.jw. and rf: His feelings as he lirigeretl about the ol' Home. 111 tne itrpr .ir. Jioli'nn found more man words shp found a post oince orJr for K. which her old friend begged her tri accept as a token of other das. He also bade her count him as her ffierd and to not allow- herself to drop out of sltjht again, as she htl done for so many voirs. "I nave- an order from th fkist man In the t'liited State--."' said Mrs. Hoithcu to Prstmasicr Hrall. as hp .-ppenred at th" W.-ppincers Kalis Post Office to get her money order cahel. crtfl idrf: I ol'Sj moreB rJr To Cure Hentlnclic In TO tllnatcn Talc Parker's Heldaphe Powders. They are safe and sure. All druggists?. Price lOc. IMPRISONED EIGHT YEARS FOR TEN-CENT THEFT. Man Found Stealing -Just After He Had Been Freed From Serving a Previous Sentence. rccrriruc special. Syracuse. N. Y. Nov. 21. John Welch iirji been semnccd to eight yenr and threa months at hare! labor In Auburn prison for stealing 10 cents. Welch was convicted 0 bavins e-ntered the house of Charles Co seno. in No. 113 Hast Kennedy street. vv.eks ago and stealing the money. twenty-four hours after he had bc4 leased from Auburn prison, where he had served one year and three month" on a similar charge. On his first arrest he was found In a housi In the tonthern part of the city, where he hail fallen asleep after pilfering. rftsK ft re-B Before Tie EABYCifES Beemtr, Ala., April 20. 1900. Wine of Cardui has done wonders for me and I am getting along nicely. I am going to con tinue taking it until the baby is bom. i have taken three bottles cf Wine of Cardui and my husband is well pleased with it. He says I look so much better. I feel like a new woman, myself. Mrs. MAGGIE L SULLIVAN. There sre few vomen who arc not seized with uncanny forebodings as they approach the period of childbirth. They imagine some terrible trial is about to overtake them. 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