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' & ' - - TO BITE GIRL'S STRONG PROTECTOR OF THE t - ITRODDtH RUSSIAN JEWS VT.-- . A-&ag9--rSjp&ZJ. OOIMOI Ollt IwlWHI l a nwasBsmgasjImmtaT- awMH mU tmt It lallaWttwawanwaC. I aT wUBNVwe"jUas tafalaV tjamwaajasmm sjsaia samnJal WWB mmWm ffJVflaw HOUSEHOLD CORNER -- ! L ;.:-:KtMSSl: y w Ti" Sj aooJaaaCaK. teTy "jwfii lf9BS3BtfHF aII -taCT awawawaassk aaLsaar ixr- wawawfrsam. t jbr 1 Peace - wamassY"mT mmwxBnsMav. "waawe Chanticleer: Wfcat on earth Bare yon nt oyer your eye. Doodle?" Doodle: Goggles, my boy. Those beastly automobiles keep up auch an In tarsal dust, one must protect self and faaUly aomebow. Coca-a-doodle-do-o-or '"rt beautiful drees, ny dear, but applique lace, always gives the soft and Hat It rath-r late to have suck an ex- lovely eact lace ought to have without flafve SAn snadeS mmA m elAaetw tiln mkmmim .. .i... aa Inn woman of a pretty 'girt oa-taa.fjerctf of the Country Club. un. repuea inn gin. -j always nave wr u my prettiest cresses maae very late in the summer. I think that one should try to took fresh now of all times, for everyona hi worn out 1th 'the beat and tired of most everything." And she walked away with, the-two WHAT A BEAUTIFUL. DRESS, young men who had been waiting for her on or trie girls on inn porch v.aj Heard to say. "I wonder If that is why she i fo popu lar? I b-lie.- It Is worth trying." new recipes. HAM 6ALAD Put the remnanU of boiled bam through food chopper or chop It One with two hard-boiled tecs. Adl a little vinecar. a sprinkle of mustard and pepper. Ni for luncheon. NUT LOAF. The disuse of neat for one reason or another by many person has brought nuts Into promirente. To prepare nut loaf, mis a pint of ground almonds and English walnut men ith an eiuai e.mount .f scft brrad trumbu that have been moistened with a little cold watvr. faon with icilt and iiomdertM mlsel lierM. a cupful of milk and two table apiMinfuls of melted butter. Shape the pai nftrr th lncrodleiit are thoruueh ly t:ndd tos-tl.cr into a loaf and babe In a tin. Serve It hot with tomato nance. WASHINGTON 1'IE-Kour ecK. well beaten. 1 cup susar. li ctip of water. 2 cups flour. H Uafpoonful mkLi.'I f erm tartar, iilnch of salt. Make two larse pics. 1'iIIr.I with whipped cream. Ta Keepi tall Dry. How to k.--p salt dry l one f the trial? f tho housewife Just now. and sho finds It difficult to overcome. Heating the salt and tlic difhe m which It is put !s a (ood plan, hut it mut be done at lean once a day. and even tli-u the conotsai-nt does not iaK out readily antr:. ten or twelve hour. . Hxprlrnced cook and housekeepers ad-i- aildmr corn start h to the ?a!t to pre vnt its sticking, putting in about one- tniru to tao-tntrd of salt. Corn March In such larcc uuantltle of r-iursp SMbrns th str.rtrth of tfc salt, but the stlcklnr nni i;n(t(,ine ar none away wltn and a little -xtra supply rir th- rirlit tate. If -ilu!oId tops can r- sutwtltuted for tl- chin 1 and llvtr shak-r. women will tird that tho silt com out taMly without addi:iR corn March. Kseffesnewt. "Well. I haven't got a single flh to-day. but I II n-ir forget that nILble as long as I live." lata Practical. Ta tell a good egg from a bad one hold it between you and the l'ght. a lamp or candle u better than strong sunnhlne. The food egg wtll have j fresh Icok !l oer. bsn au egg ! old there will be a holloa? apace at one end. If )ou find a dark snot which does not disappear when slightly shaken the rgc hai hern laid a lone time. and the o!k adhere to the shell. lo not ear eggs ahtch dn not look clear and full An almost invUiMe eemerst for mending g'a Is made of Ulnglass boiled in spirits t wine A candle mar be made to lit any candle Stick If it te dipped Into very hot water. This soften the was ar.d It miy then be ssllr pushed into a candlestick which otherwise would be too small, and It will be neatly and armly held. A Smoky Fire. A little salt sprinkled on a smoky fire will clear It. The same Birth, od on a fire prepared fur broi-irs wilt give the Mae flam so much desired. ClurtMlaB-s Vreeensborg. where year by jear King Cartstian's descendants gather la patri archal fashion. Is abost two fcourr dis tance by rail from the capital. The pal ace contains about four hundred apart asmts. including a vat-domtd hall whtrre dwinrr U srve.i every evening, an the varices suites of rooms devoted to the use ef King Christian's sons and daughters when eatuming for a apace to Fradens borg. says Wtjnaa'a U'e. It is said that one of the simplest ts that occupied by (Jueen Alexandra. wboe little poaseastocs re treasured most care fullv. Kredemborg bad many tnrmorles at tbe late Queen Louise. Arust: "Durtng my artistic career I have sset ony two wemen who were're aRy aeautlfaL ajias rtayae: "Who was tke ether T" CirtL jMfe aet tee ausch money for ebiSoaa. will gakf Valinclaaaes lac the ctieapast lace gar aer aaxticaUr ase. Tease are assay reasons for Uue state- It ts asaee with MB washed aay aamamm. sskw Waase. Ft e. r3r Jt 3s aBaswik I lL fiaaaTaawaaawa. aawPlawawJ ka-aBaJvrBaJMaaJ 900 .aa . "ttmmmMmm99mrmmW taveavm says Home Votes. Valenciennes Is Just now 'the thing." and an Investment of It wm be a sound one. Stovclttes la Jewelry. Artistic aes.'ans in some new Jewelry anow a marked tendency to th finest and HKwt delicate effect In mountina semn after the French style whereby the beau ty of the stone Is greatly enlianced. Pretty lockets are In open sold flUzree. Among the laUst novelties are tbe round Kold bracelets with the upper half In elab orate open niiaree work. Green and white tied ribbon bows sim ulated In diamonds and emeralds have a paarl or emerald at the knot with a fine arnp stone. A novel scarf pin. succestlv of tbe polar region. Is n Roldcn bear on a b-II of snow the latter a barque peart. Cab ochon stones head other pins. Mat cold filigree in diamond shape, with a pearl or emerald at the center. Is shown In sleeve links. White ovals of pink tour maline, also, have a central peart. Open dejms in graceful leaf and flower work and in conventional patterns, et with geniF. together with rome fanciful variations in the outlines; are seen in crosses. In the line of rings there is an endless variety, and ery chic designs are shown. Platinum, hoops and mountings are seen in diamond rings: A beautiful sapphire ring In the princess stIe is framed In dia monds. Necklaces were never more beautiful than at present. An exquisite example Is shown composed entirely of a flve-lobed leaf design, with a mra of drooping leaves at the throat, the whole design worked out in diamonds. Jewelers Cir cular. Ual James, dear bov! you must have been wild when the oih.r ftltow led your girl away." "Mai dear cl-jp. I was furloui! I took his umbrella!! and I (-mashed it lit two. and said. Theah. I hope It rains. " JIST FOR FIX. A SHOKTnNr.l) I)BSCKIlTIOX. "Don't ou think .Mis O'teer has a great deal of repese "That woman -'.indirs with her elbow on the olanoT akd Ml Cajcnne. "Yes " That isn't repo"". That Is plain po" Washington Star. WORKING KXTRA TIMH-Mrs. Gab fi.t: "I want it ur.drit(i.H. sir. that I au a soman of very few words " Mr. Gabfcst: "Yes. I Lnow. my dear: but don't !ou think you ari oeraorking th tnZ" Milwaukee Sntinel. atut& FASHIONS T! e celebrated Martha lcau fashion pit tern will be furnished to traders of The Il public at 19 cents each. These patterns will e.i.lly be recognised as correct and up to date in every par ticular An important feature about them is tlist allowance is made for semis. They are perlect in des'sn. conforming to all the ritiuirement of udvincvd stIe, and j.t are unusujlly simple and easy of ex ecution. Orders wi I be filled by mall oniv. Al low ubuut four das. therefore, for de livery. This rattern ts I cents. CHILDS FRENCH DRESS. A thoroughly practical wara-weatber frock for a little girl will be. found la tbe oeaurr. Bubliabed cere The lit: La ryenet dreaaes are always becoming, and especial iv to ween made ef thin summer materi als. Tbe fttU round LIcus Is fitted to a shallow yoke, which is covered by the pointed cellar. The fell gathered skirt la attached to a narrow belt, over wbJck tke little vnifttn may wear a sash on "gilt eesskeje." Tbe dress may be wora wKa a gutmpe If destred. tut for ssmmer wear it weD Ulustratra now cleverly comfort ana sryj may be combined in the of ehJMrea'a frocks. Dimitv. laws. ham. China silk, rhattie or cashmere be employed ta the making. ataes s to years. la order irer be sure t give agt or pattera ceatreo. neta&Si. uSST waSBBS LsBBBW 9 waBBBBBsB H'sV W Jaitiee SpMMiag Ref Med to Ac cept Williu. E. Refcftttfck ' Ex' rutkH. wf.MfM Mind Par ker, lajary.' isfKakll Md B la ttM.fint D Cstart nnw of No. sH Page boulevard T?- ao.Mi a cpnretu battla at tM JuSfjlT carnival tbe -wveaing C &.& I" ' wttwsasma 52J"tadcBgaea Rebttock in a etm tetu sUrmisband passed oa. Lifr, thai" again parsed Rebstock. who. she d'e aredL threw .Ms arms about her and bit bar esverrty ca the cheek. Her autemeat wa oborated by Mlu Sibyl Mahcr.ev of ft "54JWcst UeKe place, whs was wit P"fkar at tbe time. fifSIldml,teI bvto eoBfeW Sf.U. . y- trI. " denied that tw bitHlaa Parker. .J353T 3! confeta on me and I tSOUgbt I haA a Heht In eM.llat. XoZ were all out for fun." said Rebnock. "and I did put my arms about hr neck and 5iSc!d.2meJ;onfct:l Xown br l.'ess. I rfci.Bitb,t i- l '" Injuiwl then it must nave been way E.ks pin wntek scratcbed her face." p TT ftebstaek taninte nn t ilu " " heights would bring Mis Parker's g!fek.on vel with the pla. He bad tww JudSe f iUldlng decided that Mis.'iS' kers cheek hail imb fcitt. n ..j icratched. Rebstock took an cppcaL DISPROVES RING THEORY s OF NEBULAR HYPOTHESIS. Calverstty c Cklctaaja rrafissai aTw Mvwa Wassta Were Threwsi M at Creatlaai ta SadnU Ferssa. -X2f ie.2!,uV bvpoihesis for the cre-ffifE-"Li0 '"'verse, which baa stood "Tv!fBr wore than a century In tbe ySHfgworgr .! torn to nieces by Professor E. R. Moulton of theri?n!. versity of Chicago, wbo believes that he has the real solution of the evolution of ASSfSIeii br lmfA TIimm. rk.H. bertam. bead of tbe Geology Department. Professor aloulton has hen waeklnv . fame., ft... . . . i T . l?m.tl "Pl" theory. The result of their researches were made known yes- Jh?1rjiB.Jc5ture.on.,rr,, Evolution of the Ifelar 8stem." delivered by Profes sor aloulton. r VTA?-VZJ?"0 " tght out ty niajt universally up to the present time. declared Professor aloultonT -.32R l!01? PTOffssor Chamberlain and myself bold is tbe 'splrsT tbeory. We be iit J?ecuDl - dlsttwbhis; ran moved down near our sun. causing nn?!?,L."UB SSP"?01 tM- thousands of miles high. The tides are similar to those ?LUk?i2?mZ.0!te-2!a' at tbe point near est tbe disturbing mm. and the other tide was an the opposite side. The matter shot up toward the disturbing sua. Ordi narily it would have been straight up. bM .'. .dutturbina; sun moved around la an elliptical sort of orbit- " -,r"lu,Meni,jr-.Sl. te.nses thrown eC were In a spiral direction, one after an othtr. which accounts for tbe orbits of the ptanets. Tbe swollen masses were SemCo,l5Wch " REVOKES RVE PERMITS TO ERECT RESIDENCES. aiMlaa; Cemmlasleaer Smith Wishes caaaajes la Material foe Feeada- tlaaa t Stractares la West EatL Flyo permiu granted for the erection of .-.i-ruviiyn us hjii in ine west Knd were revoked by James A. Smith. Ilulldlng Com- gweyner. yesteraay morning, after tbe wiiiiiiiai ur uie structures bad been "'nnre to comply with the regulations regariling the materials to be used ta foundations is given aa Uie cause of rev ocation. Three of the foundations condemned by Inspectors were for buildings en Minerva avenue, east of Hodiamont avenue. They were owned by H. a. Vroornan Realty Company. Another wn at No. S9C Page eyeno'' ,Swr i- ,7- Dl. nd the last tt No. ZK6 Ijsbadh- avenue. The latter Is owned by R. A. Herbv. The composition of concrete formed the chief objection n the part of Mr. Smith. It Is said that the contractor used heavy screening! and large Moncs Instead of sand and crushed stone, as the ordinances require. When notified by Mr. Smith that the foundation would have to be built of the requisite nnterUle. the architects in charge of th buHdmg agreed to comply with the regulaUona. As a precautionary measure, however. Mr. Smith decided to suspend permission to continue the work until tbe conditions of the ordinances were met. WITNESSES TESTIFIED WITHOUT BEING SWORN. Btahaa Overrated Xeflea t Olamlaa aas Will Rehear Case Aasaat SS. An ever.t out of the ordinary In a trial court occurred yesterday when it was dis covered that the witnesses for the State la tbe cae against Iona Mills, charged with taking linen from the l-aclede Hotel. bad testified without being sworn. The State's case was closed when At torney J. T. Uavr for the defense pre sented a motion to have tbe case dis missed. "On what groundsT' demandeJ Judge D la hop. "Your Honor." replied the lawver. "In the first place tfc State hanot 'made a case. and in the second It Is Impossible to ccnvlct my client on tbe evidence of wit nesses who have not been sworn. The ciera omiitca that necessary formality.- A ripple of amazement which passed over the courtroom was quickly hushed, and then Judre UUhop said: "It was the tlfc-ht of the counsel for the defense tc call the attention of the Court to thli fact before the trial was ended. I continue the case to Aucu. 1Z. when it will be reheard and the witnesses will then be sworn. STATE DETAIL FOR SEAGIRT. Crack Shots of Third Missouri to Compete in Tournament. RETUnUC fPCCTAU A Jeffcrroa City. Mo. Aug. 17 -General James A. It Armond stated to-day that he would within a few days detail sis teen men from the Third Regiment of the Missouri National Viuard at Kansas City to attend the National Rifle Shoot soon to convene at Seagirt. N. J. some or tr.e Tnirii Regiment men are among tn crack rine mots ef the United States, and the Adjutant General expects term to mue a goon snowing at tue na tional torrnsment. wnich Is to be con- aicteii unaer tne auspices 01 the United State 1 Government. HORSES SMASH SALOON DOOR. Wagon Performs Carrie Nation Act on South Broadway. A two-horse wagon belonging to the J. R. Hevdt Bakery Company and driven by Bra Worrmann of No. S3U California ave nue, smashed the front of Arnold Ste leer's saloon at No. an South Broadway yes terday when the animal became frightened and ran away. Tbe start mas on Utah street. Just east of Broadway, and In trying to make a turn at the corner th wagon skidded, milllce the horse with it and sendlne the outfit through a large window, demollshlna? atlass ar.d frame and doing a damage. One of- tbe horses was slightly scratched, the other uninjured. Wortmaen was not oa the wagon at the time. Judiciously written real estate ads tc Tbe Republic always brtag results. rkptbuc sraciAL. SpringSeM. m. Aug. tr.-SUt Auditor XcCttHocgh to-day issued a Oceaee for the mgai nation of the Lake view Trust aad Savtnas Bank, located at Chicago, with a capital stock of .. The aacorporatore fwJL Jjickliiaajir. Oue J. Oeaasat asm V-KOtta. mamwEssmaanm t BIHk- WSmwymmwwanwanwanwanwanwa lsammmmmmBmmmmmmmmnwPSM 'UaUA.'2&JemMBmmmmmmmmmEmmmmmafaTaTa Kinivf .- l.mmmTHBmmmmmmmmmmKSaKl mWBPJi ' aTsnWsnwPilmWafaTmmmmmmmmmmm Ml1 fjfl I M'sS'-Tt V ''ammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmMi&'f?MmV9 1 ViZX&it' JU iammmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmrlill mTV fl-fcH. 1&ifcXeT.BBnwanwanwanwanwanwam smmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmi mmi-lllwHHLBLi Father George Gapon. the Russian orthodox priest, who last January lei ta the Winter Palace la St. Petersburg, with a petition to the Caar. mow worktag men. .00 of whom were killed by the Czar's soldiers.' He has recently issued oae of the strongest appeals ever made fur tolerance for the demised and neraeetti Jews of the Empire. Father Gapon. who peasant. or years lie was cnapialn-or the St. Petersburg prison for tbe transported. "YELLOW PERIL A BOGIE; RATHER YELLOW BLESSING" John Barrett, Who Has Spent More Than a Decade in the Orient in the Government's Service Declares to Transmississippi Con gress, That Mongolians An; Not Objectionable Next Year to Determine Whether America Keeps Chinese Commerce Dep recates the Spirit of Patronage, and Praises People of China. JOHN W. NOBLE OF ST. LOUIS PRESIDES AT THE MEETING. Portland. Ore- Aug. 17.-John W. No. ble. first vice president of tbe congress and ciuUrnuta of the day. called to order the second day's session of the Transmis sissippi Congress. W. C,Xanjntt. U. s. A., addressed the rongajafJoa on the im portance of She CalaWmW'-'IUver as waterway. u The next saeaher was Theodore B. Wil cox of Portia naV t-resW-nt of the con gress. Hls'aUdrra was freqjuentlv ap plauded, especially, hi 3tnten-.ents in rub Jeet of admissien of Oriental labor. John Rirrott;of lVjrthnd.. Ore.. United States MiniKtef to Colombia, who spent almost a decade in the Orient, and who from long asaaelation Is familiar with tbe customs and btiiefs of the liiglier classes of Chinese, was the second ieaker on tbe subject at Oriental trade, ', CRISIS IN CHINGSB COMMBRCE. Mr. Barrett predicts that tb next 3 ear wSl determtne whether we lose or retain oar jhare of the trade of Chtns. The CEIn-sr butcott be pronounces the cnlralnation of rears of rt mfltrtranc at what lira Chinese beUete is !! eruntnatioa oa the ran of this country toarard their countrymen. China u now in the proeers ef awakealn to a sense of her !atnt pwwer. Sae Is romlmc to a realization of the true ve.lne r her markets. ClUca. as a Governrjer.t. ran have no caute ta feel a resentment toward thla nunrnment. but the peopV of tuber clarsrs. and llr. lUrre't ennifcasixed the fart tnat there is n greater mistake than to believe the Chinese, as a na tion, is composed exclusively of owlies. can- understand why ttaT should ! treated llf ferently frnut rurreIJlne rlaaam of ether nations. The higher classes of China, accupl Icr to the rrjealer. are nmud cf tkeir own peranar rtsinssiion. cr tneir philosrmhy and philosophers, or their unrivaled antKtultr as aa Indentcdent nation, tt their rustim. rharapter. tsUea. tortal fabric, homosrnlty. van puuIaloa and ar-at potential w-nltr. and that they hare not taken 'lie niw ailxantaee as Japan of the workl s InJu-trial derektpinent is no sign that tt doea nil eit. lie rre-llcts tt Is only a Soestlon of time ho ever. rfre rsina. Ilk span, sill startle the world by her onward movement. Mr. Ilarrtt d't'Tern'ed the solrlt ef pvtron see. "the hMler than fxon" attitude with wbjrh frrelcnrrs ar? wont t' treat the Chinese. In stead of sympathetic eo-oirntlon. This sttrtt among trader, travelers. soMIr and sati..rs 1ms had a eumiibi'.Ite -.ftuncr which has a'llecj strength to sovu mavrments as th Chloese l - " TEIJiOW FERIf A BO0IF1 The speaker minimized the so-called "yellow peril." terming It a "bogle." and thinks th day will come when It may become a "yellow blesslnr." Tb trying need In tie development of trade with China I the Ire-rease of her pnrchslng eai-arltv. Her Intrmjl rioarre. and the roun ttr rtllronej wlfi railways will rrcvlde th Chinese a-.3frs with nurey. and they will tiur f nits- c"rre-irr. Jinslv with othr p-ople. China's rorels-i trade arionnt nw it ies mvn JI per mMAW I.kwa!.. ... ..... ti-,- li Jii - V ! to C Ii-r?fta we I veara am !t waa n- iro-e China's traJe I develope.! to C i-er raMta. w wcsld then have a trade cf fc.ttO.evt.0M a year. RESCUED FROM P00RH0USE. Onw Wealthy Broker Will Be Cared For by His Xieee. New Terk. Ag. IT.-J. T. Raplee. an aged broker, said to have been ence worm SSfW.tsV. and who recently obtained refuge In the Westchester Poorhoase after hav ing lived up to his fortune, was rescued yesterday by a stylishly dnssed woman who said she was his niece. Tbe woman told the officials that ."-he hid made ar rangements to keep him for the remainder Of his days. "My unclt has no excuse for being In the Poorhouxe." said she. "If lie had taken care of his money be could now be living ln a mansion oa Fifth avenue. RhVCBUC SPECIAL. Washington. Aug. I?. Army orders were Issued to-day as foCows: Captain Gecrie I Brram. Ststh Caralrr. will pmeed on Oc:sbr 1 ts VVahla-n-j lurrarVj. D. C for treatment at ta Army Genera! Hos pital at that place. Pirst Lieutenant H'Jita T Read retiml. at Ma own request, la rllted from dutr at Hews arDOOI. una. JBO.. 10 -aae wnw.i AHnii 4. Leave t tw months Is granted Rrtt mmm 14 M.imiL aaveBlb Infantrv- Lieu- sacoad XJenieaarta Staler A. Oarrpbell and Beaiaictn D. Koulols. aevmtsenth Infantry, are detailed to ester the class at the lafactrr and Cavalry HebooL at For: LeaTeawcrth. and win resort ts the commandant of tb school without delay. First Lienteaan's Cart It. Brute and Herbert C aibeer. satstast anrsems. are reHere.i fraaa htny wiJ tbe treena new on duty ax tba Traialt and Seauola NatVsna! parka, te, take effect seen the reran or Owe trooos to tb rrsstdls of Monterey. Cat. aa will teo report to the canunaaeing erarer. Fifteenth lafaatry. fer duty to aeroaapasy that regtaiest to tb pkUlppme Inaada. First Llesteaaat alraa C QtOeat. Feartk ravotry. eirarted to lasort to Ceione Ckartea Morns. artlUrry Ceite-stsiiaim of ta Ararr fietir-ng Board at saa Praneisc. rirsi Lleeteasat Wtlsoa O. Hatnu. Thtr. teewui Catwlrr. ts eetailet ea srif ar of mill tarr adear aad atettes at the Xann Caraaaa Olte of AsrVcalraee aad btarnaale Ar-a. vx-est Raiekrh. jr. C- tan eweev wwrawr 1. rtrsv Meat 'Bat aowa r nenaiii. c-ml I fvuesaa fsraa date at steeas. and m assignee ta saramaaat statlsa at Fort CI uiaa. Washlagtea. Aag. X7.-Tkf Meswlaw Is still comparatively young. U the sea of JeT;.BVWt ?. Bot dUl,w, ,B " or IS1 ,l.i't-,," ubess exclusion law. 80 far a the Japanese are roacrrned. he helines that the demand fer tabor In Japan. KorraTaUn- i?-J3!tUSZni To? togeVh7r wHh ' of able-bodied Japanes in battle will l-iisr ts-rr,!i22oC .."& uni that "3? fi?,SS?, ,hrt "W entraoee tew tb. Aa ta tha ItlMu he mmerf that namtvr of cooTtes who laurht wish in entr rar t-j. avll.S . " . - r r Dortar-rsj by powerfol gnlld.. whUh ate inS-rerted InlUiag wittb. UP COBtnaUeKl In. m mmm a saw taa. Another aspect of the Oriental subject ""' '. B. Thurber of Sew Jork atv. president of the United States Export Association, who spoke oa "Fu ture Market In the Orient .jn lr. Thurber concluded the orJer of business was changed, and the Intro duction of resolutions took place. Most Important nniong them were those in dorsing statehood for Xw Mexico, rec- "'"'" 01 arm ianu. advocating a mer chant marine and the establishment of a department of Mines and Mining. DELEGATES IMPATIENT. It wa nearly 1 o'clock when Mr. Dickie concluded, ami the delegates, who had been sitting for almost Ave hour listening to speeches, had become Impatient. One of tne .-rnrcsKa delegates called Chairman Noble's attention to the fact that too much time wa being devotid to oratory and ntne to the businet of the congress. Chairman Noble stated that there waa yet time to finish the programme. When dnally Chairman Noble announced that P. J. von Lobensels of San Francisco would address the congress, there occurred a proceeding that bordered closely on a discourtesy to Mr. von Lobenseb; and lien Jamln C. Wlight. both or San Francisco. A motion was made that the two remain ing speeches should be read by title only, given to the newspapers to print, and made a part of tbe records of the con gress. Chairman Noble r. fused to entertain the motion and Introduced Mr. von LotcnLs. Mr. von Lobensels, addressed a few words to tke congress to tbe effect that be did not care to Inflict a speech n the mem irs if It was against tneir wishes. &nd sat down. General Noble then introduced Mr. Wright. Mr. Wright made a brief state ment to the rffcet. ai had Mr. von Irtben Fe!r, and like bint declined to deliver his address. The congress to-uy remedied the con flicting S'ctlon of the bj-Tarr.'. which In one section provided for the appointment Af f.A tiTcliti.tita ft... th.. Oft.. il&l.i.jllAn. -. . ..- i . ? " . R ln another pmviaed tor tneir appoint went by the present. All vice preallenti i lent a will hereafter be elected by vole of tbe congtrss. changes of fourth-class Postmasters were announced to-day: Xlsarurl Drake, aaaronad Cbenty. Rearr K. Eltmann. ru-e Loots Lang-atrg. reslgaed. Oklahoma Custer. Tester County. H. L Thurah. ncn Phillip Oraves. rcavned: Wheel ing. Comasch County. M. E. Duaahoe. sic Philip Merer, resigned. Texas-rtlck. Liona County. E. R. Eamett. rice a. W. Brneld. re4sc-d: Crash, afelam County. Lena Jbhsaon. Tlca J. E. flarren. re signed: IJabena. Fayette County Kni'l peter. 1KB C. A. Habrnal. resigned: Edgar. Dewltt Cbuatr. I. E. Ricks, vie Sanders Dykes, re els;! rd: Ellasvllie. Toung County. Martha El. kina. vice Mascle De limr. reaigned: ralta. Walker Gcntr. 1. J. IjawUt. vie It. C. Newsetn. rslgnd: IlornvlUe. Clay Ounty. Jacob L. Heedy. rl-e J. J. Tsyior. retuved; Laltota. Tarlcr County. W. V. Darti. Tie li. N. Sfcerrwd resigned: Maor. rranklla County. D. K. Tho-nas. rle C. E. Lofcey. r slar.ed. Nrttu-a. VAharton County. Utile Sick tran. tke P. C. Dvydm rer.saed: Iatrek. MrLensan C.jurty. I. J. ITarrelt vie A. W. Albert, resigned: Pfcalba. Van Zant Coontr. W. E. Knlsbt. vie W. 1 Ferguson re-nosed; Ttoclar.d. Tyler County. M. J. atrK'naey. vica a. VV. Pare. reHsaevl: Seattle. Ctrtll Coun ty. J. F. Carter, vice Mlnale F. rountala. re- Raral rt Bsellvery. REPTSLIC PPECf AU Washington. Aug. IT. Rural free deliv ery service has been established to begin October IS. as follows: tinsels-Carman. Henderson County. Routt 1: area cs-re4. s smure miles: nopaavtlcn servea. Itorkfrd. Wll rbaa-o Cfoctr. R Hoot 11; area cwvered. 3 suar miles: popalatloa ladlaa Territory Mariow. DUtnrt . Rocte !: area covered. 31 square miles: pwjulatloa Kansas A!leevil. Coffey Cooary. Routs 1. area ccsersd. 11 saaar inties: ropalatioa tervaa. 3H. wtsMon Rifaco. Dallas Croats. Rcwts i area covered. sauara allies: popalatloa we. Rurar carriers appointed ttlasoon at. Charles. Joaa b&.. Tam CImp ahaSttnte J. Clsary. ear- Bosn stile Th r am ssataaersaull. carrier. Wade Mttcbcll. Bbst!tate. ajcrt'vuc rpxciAU saraehkswtaa Aaar. B.- Oserge H. Ooae ef St. LavHs. FraaK vta- eeat of J. K. of Wewa- tag. W. M. aSart ef or La R. W. :of Carthan tary. arcu aad J. C. Rianrtt ef qraat save avea aaewa iwsw SMN NEWBRO'S inuwiTWtttMni Malt inaas m that thaw seaso are kaWfd with atlersMe arawtks HHI1 tks bate baa a sat. Katare srM btr waralass ef asadndf. ttcMng snip and faateg hair, bat the discovery cf tba sa- ttM. mm.tm. WWiF-WtLSOl HM Ct art APKJCATItMIS AT PROVQ MM GETS CHOICE OF UINTAH Wmj Daniels. Name la the First Drawn From Box in Apportion ment of Reservation Home steads in Utah. Prove, dab, Aag. n.-Ray Danlele ef Prove, Utah, waa the first name drawa from the box at the drawing for home steads ta the Uintah Reservation, which began here to-day. The Btcead name drawa waa Noah at. Balhock of Angora. Cola Daniels andBaJbock win be entitled ta the first and second sections, respective ly, of the reservation land to be thrown opea to entry August M. Tbe values of homesteads ef let acres each have beta varloueely estimated, but conservative perrons place the value of any one of tbe best fifty claims at from . to SMlOMl aad state that fie.w Is probably a liberal valuation ef the beat claim onca to entry aa a homestead. Among the first 3M other persons whose nsmrs were drawa to-day are the follow ing: No. 3. Charles A. Alexander. Ab bttt. Tex-: No. m. William Nelson Jr.. Chicago; No. 117. Bdward E. Horne. Ak roa. O.: No. 121. Henry P. Schlejslaaer. LoeurvUe. Ky. Fully xm persons) were present to-day when the drawing began under the per sonal direction or W. A. Richards. Cora- mlssloaer of tbe Oeneral Land Oflke. The t7.SJe envelope containing the names of tae persons wnp regisierea earner w ins BBOBia si uranu uncuon. lvwi VernaL Price and Provo. Utah. nlaeed In a. at cat revolving box ana ceivea a taoreuga snaaing up. -ana en velope were arawn rrom tne dox ey three beya. and tbe names of the winners were announced to the expectant crowd. About &6W names were drawn to-day aad the drawing will be continued Friday aad Saturday. The entering of the land will begat August Si. when 111 entries wlH he re ceived, and on each of tbe two days fol lowing aa equal number ef entries wttl be rtcorded. NINETEEN NOVICES ENTER rrOTREDESISTERHOOO. Ceiehi Nineteen aevlcea yeataraay task the pre llmlnarv vows which bind them for a term of sevea years to the Sisterhood of Notre vatam at tne convent 01 aama ssana in Ripa. located Just north of Jeer-ow Bar racks oa tbe haaks of the MlsJkwtpsl. The eeremoay attendmg tbe arKesstaa of the aovtces waa elaborate aad lengthy. Reside nrafeaaed Slaters, the convent chapel waa fllled with relatives aad friends who came to see tfaem btd fareweH to the world. la future tbe young todies win de rote their live- to teaching to parochial and convent schools wherever the Sisters or Notre Dame are located. At the expiration of sevea years they are at liberty to retura again to the world, but should they choose to remain ln the convent, they then assume solemn vows Which bind them to tae oraer tor nie The high mass t .which thepnsBlona m snade waa celebrated by the very Reverend Father Hoog. V. 0-. assisted by ny Prle..ts in tta saactusry. ivik. nner of SR. Peter and Paul's ii..v reeefred the vowa of the novices. The Sjttrs of Notre Dame bear the distinction of lIng theoaly .sisterhood conducting a young tadlea- college exclu sively for post-graduate work. The col lege in located at Washington. D. a. and is one of the institutions afflUated with the Catholic University of America. The names of nineteen new sisters are. Sbncn Marte InVola Schwltalla. Maria TheodoriT Kulacf. Martha WUbelmlna HaffscbweU. Maria Annette Jacobmeyer. Mirta MaxeUnda Jobst. Maria Pldens Schmidt, ell of St. I-oids: Marla.Georgto Rangmwe and Maria Hedwlgl on lEye. both or New Orleans: Maria Silome Scolse ncd Msrla Ilertilla Voges of Alton: Mar1" CharlTan Laeffert and Maria Beats i.Weber e i-t..ii Mm - MsrLa VUIanova Melrlrk of Breese. III.: Maria Irmengartl"! Krogmeler aad Maria ciirwiina """ Fort Madison. la.; Marta ConsUU Boulan ger of Highland. IlL: Maria Adejingls Weniel of Keokuk. Is.: Maria FJwina Douglas of St. Charles. Mo., aad Maria Apoflaala Max of Clover. Mo. CONGREGATION WELCOMES PASTOR HOMEFTWII ABROAD t, iiMxuia nf Knelld Avenue Baptist Church welcomed their pastor, the Rvar end a El Ewlng. home from bis trl abroad by giving a reception and muaicale In his honor Tuesday night. . Mr. Ewlng returned to St. I-ouls last week, after aa absence of .newly two months, during which he attend-d the Baptist Cngres In London, and then toured BagUnd. Scotland. Ireland aad Tbe Euclid Guards escorted him from hi home to the church, amid the beating of drums. After an oponinr prayer, in which Mr Ewlng led. an address of wel come was delivered hy Deacon RJehard IIultL The audience then Joined In the singing of "America." Selection were rendered by Miss Ruby Cdell. representing tlie Sunday school: Mr. S. i Bwlnjr. tb primary denari ment: Miss MaWe Stewart, the B. T. P. V.z Miss Irene Prichatd. the Junior B. T. P. U.: Mis Leonora KeUy. the Young Ladles Society. A vocal solo by Mr. ic vr Perkins, a niana solo br Miss Ef- Jle Clark and two selections by tbe choir were special features of the evening. Refreshments were served on tbe lawn, while the Kucttd Guards gave a drill contest, which resulted In Le Rov Hern winning .1 sliver medal. Mr. Ewlng added to the pleasure of the evening by telling a number of interesting Incidents connect ed alth his travels. Satlaaal amak Asmlrs. RrPCKLIC SPECIAL. Washington. Aug. 17. The Comptroller ef the Currency to-day approved an ap plication to organise the First National hank of Lenspah. I. T. Ceprtal. &. William X. Swartx. C W. Keith. J. H. everessS lanwr his sat, S Bsisf NIK kosjJsi ba aaawtca incident to tba wfoaal aaalm its asjtidtiacits : 'a rrlMi is tba woJy rwi iy wf ataWSTBUj; UMapsr aiaWaiaajBfmsWmaSWawawaa ttial m iiot only aate ftaa brits.: aJssaaaT: tiiniii. tW aTaaoat is maim 100.7 for baejr atw olmate4 by tba aoa of It Mwgthatawaigbtanalo" art laay wbo bavo sai k. ! BOOM OK awejar astwS. aWOS aaagsBslwaar Herpicide BfrpfeWs iHjibT sssttsji .g .amnt attnabs: atsso -tiliaia hair and piiliiis scalp axalast rabiaictlaa. A esllaaUai baa? aiass poBfjjarny sswia roar baa- watte yea have to tva MNTEM ft Hi. SMU JtfNfc. Shufeldt. J. others signed the FomsWiRPAirnrafcAi WSAGIItElslcrN COURT. Meer Taaeel aa el Aaswer ta) Cs The troubles ef Oliver Vaacel aad WS Bam lxsibraBgel. forawar .haalnesa aiaw Sites near West End Heigbtavla St. Louu County, wbo became Involve to a. dispute over property matters, have taken several turn. la the .last tm jimym. th latest being the dlsmlsoaj ef the dMurb-ance-of-the-peaca charge against leSehr engel by Justice Barrea of Webster QroVta. Vaacel had Uwhreegel arrested aa a. charge uf Jlstarbtog Ids peace, bat, la th trial. decUred deSaatiy that Loehreagel could not. and did not. disturb his peace, and that he was not afraid of hmv On the strength of these statements, the court dismissed the case. Both defendants were arrested ea the same day. one by Deputy SaerisT Bres. the other by Deputy Constable BeUalrs. Both had sworn out warrants charging disturbance, but before different justices. Vancefs trial came up before Justice Campbell last Friday. The court found him guilty aad as sessed a tine of HO and costs. This was not to the defendant's liking, and he pro ce.d. J to express his opinion at tbe mag istrate In opea court. Justice Campbell assessed an additional ta at S for con tempt. STEALS START IN MJSINESS. Earl Taylor Takes a Hone as Liverr Nnclens. The desire of Earl Tailor. Ik years oM. of No. ITU I-oeuar street, to become a con tracting teamster has landed him hi Jail en a charge or stealing a horse aad bug gy, which, tbe police say. be confessed to having stolen, hoping to realise enough menev from Its sale to go Into buataeaa. Tbe rig was stolen from R. P. Aader son of Caritavtlle. IIL. who ts saJ4 to be Taylor's grandfather. Oa Autjaet the, horse died of foundering to a St. laMla stable, since which time Taylor baa been trying to sell the boggy and barnssa. K la charged. A reward of 1 offered by Macoopiw County for tbe-conviction of the thief. The reward wlbf go to Patrolman flheelr of tba Ninth tastrict. wbo made tba ar rest. " HHsaViei BOY STRUCK BY CAR reNOER. John Webber, 11 Tears OM, Sus tains Woaad on Knee. John Webber. 11 years ekt of Net SM North Sprint; avenue, waa struck hy th fender of a street car jistaraap while crossing tbe tracka at Takaage aaS Man- . cheater aveaues. .. With bis mother he ha ettghted freaa . one car aad waa croasiag the s treat when ' the approaching car struck baa. Ha sus tained a deep cut la the left haee. The boy and his mother hoarded a car and. went to their home, where ha waa attend ed by Doctor A. at. Amarus a, The Injury a at 2S critical f lav life. ani a, b-et ffaw wbicJ. irtmi of vwgrat or Millm'a MMKT9 far I sWWaaavvvaa- :mCII ns geraaiss. aava BBBW. BBWawawawaPaVWawB m.HH.l.w.w. mam! saawaamwamwaamwaamwB awawl awawllawawaVWawawawB BslkHBb I ln rmm -- amna. 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