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CTIE ATtlZOA i:EPCTI,ICA:S, MONDAY JIORXIXO, Ji-LY 11, 1904,
8 A LARGE I I t ? T t" "L 1 - N EZRA W. THAYE-K. - . 124-126 Eait Waihlntfton Street 127-133 East Adami Street. REMEMBER. THE WHITE HORSE IN FRONT. LONG BEACH CHAUTAUQUA Tbs Literary Prorframm for the Present Season. It is announced that the management of the Lone; Beach. Chautauqua ha? changed hands. At the head of affalis at the present time is Mr. L. E. liehy mer.. the veteran musical and literary manager of southern California. It is to Mr. Behymer that Is due the visits of Hurh literary peoplo as Genieral Lew Wallace. Marion Crawford, Alexander Black, Ernest Thompson Seton, Har ry de Windt, Homer Davenport, Bur ton Holmes, Ia Maclaren and many others. This season at the Chautauqua its hoard of directors, assisted by Mr. Behymer, will present Dr. Arthur D. Houghton In an illustrated lecture on ' The Cactus;" Mrs. Emma Greenlea-f on ' The Old California and the Newj" Rev. Stanley Krebs presenting "Mar vels of Mystery and Mind;" Captain Richmond Pcwrson Hobson on "The American Navy, its Achievements and its Importance,;" also his well-known ubjct "America's Supremacy;" Rev. NwU DwighUHiUis .pastor of Plym-o-aXU Church,' , Brooklyn, presc-nting a bumtwr of well known subjects; Lon J. IVawhamp ir. his world famous lee tur "Take the Sunny. Sid ofthe )ir?: .Mr.'- Mode. . Wineman ofthe I'rivwxity of "Chicago. "The YelloAV National Park;" Dr. "Hugh K. Vnter in "Reminiscences of a Recent Vlnit to the Holy Land and Egypt;" B. l. faumrardt in a new illustrat?d lec ture, "The latest word of Science on the Conditions of the Sun and Moan." BriSes these well known lecturers there will be readings and impersona tions presented by over fifty of th tal ented men and women of the Pacific nw?L, as well a from the Eat. Never In-fore in he history of the Long Beach Chautauqua has there been such an -l:iborate feast of knowledge and in struction spread before those who will be foitunate enough to attend. ! VV9 t DTTTl .UnN AT. t J. t. La Rue of San Francisco regis ttxr'fi t the Hotel Adams yesterday. thvt r-u.f.-ring at the Commercial hi'l -Br4ay wero: Mrs. R. L. Bran anu:i, IHid'ey v:l!-, Lee R'l f r.art, St. mm Mother's Frieod, by its penetrating and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and all unpleasant feelingsand &o -uicpajcB ue sysxesz zor tne : ordealthat she passes through the event safely and with bat little suffering, as numbers have testified and eaad, "it is, worth its weight in gvld." fi.oo per bottle of druggists. Bosfc containing valuable information mailed free. isz eiAsniLB Ktajuaost co.( ahmab, g. Going' to If so you will be interested In knowing that the round trip rate 'from Phoenix' to the Exposition, good for thsee months is $57.90, and to Chicago $63.60. You will also be interested in knowing that the SOUTHERN PACIFIC offers you a choice of four different routes to get there. Tou can go via New Orleans. San Antonio, Ft. Worth and Kansas City, or via little. Rock. Via the Southern Pacific it is possible to go from Phoenix to St Louis without stepping off the train. - ' THE SEASHORE If you are not going to St. Louis it follows that you will escape the heated term by visiting the sea shore. In this event you are also vitally interested in knowing that the Southern Pacific can put you there in 17 hours only one night in transit. Summer round trip tickets on sale Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays of each , week to the various coast resorts, including San Diego, Coronado, Catalina and San Francisco. ' Southern Pacific has the shortest line both to St. information you may desire call M. 0. BICKNELL, Agent. LINE OF We have just placed in our west window a large line of .Brass Goods. In this line are included the famous U. S. Injectors, American Ejectors, Jet Pumps, Grease and Oil Cups, Brass Plugs, etc. We feel safe in putting this line before you, for they have all been tried and found to be just as represented, f"the best in the market.' V Anything in this line of which you are in need will be priced to you right. Louis; T. H. Sutton , Los A'gele; Bay lcr Shanncn, Clifton; F. 1). J. Rice: fan Francisco. . BABE FALLS TO DEATH. Second Story Screen Gives Way and Chils Sk'itf is Crushed St. Faul, . July 10. Robert Hennig, the two yea.. old Ron of Ait'ivd Hrnn g. 740 Edmund street. 'fell from a tocontl stcry windoy at hi -'homo Sjturtlay evening and dliJ of s injuries yts tejday morn'.iir. "'. " ' The child was sealed in achair at the sipper tabU .ibort 7 V.Vlnck Saturday evening, whe'i - ha ' Ic ant-d against a. screen -Ahfcn st".oo in the ;r.dow. Th chair was near tht window,, and when the child pressed his weight against th sireen it gave-war and ho ft 11 to ths ground. The father, who was a fchort d:stsnci from the wlndo.v.. nvide an effort u stve his child rm In paw t':ie screen yield, but was too iatt ' The child's kk.ii! wj? fractured. D.'. II. T. Nipper wai ailed. Out nothing could be dorm to sav.Vs lif.- IJe lUi gcred through the night and died y. 6 ttruay rrorni-.g s.t 4 o'clock. . Corcmer A. W Miller 'was notified, rd after making an -nvestigrttion, ile c;ded that death vas accidental, and I--rmitted,th'boJy to'b'i turned over to an undertaker. Mrs. Henr.ig Avajs iiot at .homo.. jiog in North Dakota' visiting relatives. 'She lias been not,ii'.ed of the death of h-r ifon. and the iuneral will not . fcc held until she arr.i M in St Paul. Mr." Hen nig is employed at the Great Northern shops. HEAD-ON COLLISION. One Man Scalded and an Engine and Six Car? Wrecked Rochester, N. 11 July H--A locon'j t.v and Bi:c Triiniit cars lKtroyeit nnd ci. man terribly sciildei was the itmiU o a hoad-on .' o'.lis-icn earW today be tween a resu'ar rr.i nil extra freight on the Worcester, Nashua and lortlani division of the BjstSi and Maine Rail read. The coili -ior. was ab :ut a quar ter of a miio eaf of West Rochester station, and less than 1 feet east of a covered bridge. Both engineers- saw the impending; coCNio-i nn-1 slowed their trains, and ihn crews of b:th en finea jumped, with the exception .f F:reman Dodg.- of th ixf-a. Dodg tried to jutnn, b .t p.t ihut monieht th Is to love diildren, and no home can be completely happy without them, yet tho ordeal through which the ex pectant mother must pass usually ia' so full of suffering, danger and fear that she looks forward to the critical hour with TvmVriri:irvn an A Arm in Well St. Louis? Louis and to the sea coast. For any on or11 address 1 "FOLLOW THE FLAG." Wabash Niara Falls Short Line Weekly tourist car Santa Fe to St. Paul; weekly tourist car Southern Pacific to St. Louis. The only line passing and landing passe ngera at main entrance to the World's Fair at St Louis. BOSS C. CLINE. P. C P. Aft, Lo Antelea. GOODS train, entered ,th coverel bridi;i', and there Was not t.-.n to jump when tho train emerged nt thj oin-r i-n.!, as tne collision occurred imin lia'e ; Dodge am terribly eai1l bat escaped death by rtimbl'ns through the ran -vindoiv. The "responsibility for tlit acc:dont ) not yet placed. WOMAN AND LION. The Brave Performance of a Kentucky Widow Owingsville, Ky., July 10. News reached1 here today of a desperate en counter in the "mountains of Leslie county between a huge mountain lion and Mrs. Martha Miller, a young wid ow. Mrs." Miller, accompanied by her dog, a big mastiff, was walking along a lonely mountain pike when the big beast sprang upon her, knocking her to the ground. She scrambled to her feet and grasp ed a stick with which she began heat ing the lion, at the same time calling her dog to her aid. The', lion sprang again, this time sinking his teeth in the woman's neck arid shoulder, terribly lacerating her. Battling for her life. Mrs. Miller struck' the lion again and again, final ly forcing it to loosen Its grasp upon her.- Then the dog attacked the lion, and after a hard struggle succeeded in fastening his teeth in the beast's throat and killing it Mra. Miller is badly Injured, but will recover. KILLED ON THE CROSSING Buggy Containing Three Persons ' Crashed Into By Train. Orrville, O., July 10. One girl was killed and another injured today when the Wabash Flyer on the Wheeling & Lake Eric Railroad struck a buggy containing Jacob Eicher, Miss Mary Huntsburger and Miss Pauline Gill man, on a grade crossing. Miss Oillman's skull was frarlured and he died in a few minutes; Miss Huntsburger sustained a fracture of the collar hone, -while Eicner escaped unhurt. The horse was Instantly killed anl the buggy was ground to kindling wood GIANT DIES AT FAIR. Winnipeg, Man., July 10. A tele gram received here today announced the death at the World's Fair of Wil lie Beaupre, known far and wide as the "Willow Bunch Giant." He was eight feet two and a half inches in height and weighed S70 pounds. His father induced Sitting Bull to surren der to the United States authorities. FAILS TO PAY INTEREST Ottawa. Ont., July 10. It Is re ported here that the Great Northern railway of Canada has defaulted In the payment of Interest on it ' bonds due July 1. The road runs from Hawkesbury. Ont, to the city of Que bec; and has received bonuses to the amount of $2,400,000 rom the Domin ion government, the government of Quebec and . certain .municipalities. TEN GENDARMES WOUNDED. Striking Dock Men in a Riot at Brest Many Arrests. 'Brest, July 10. Rioting took ' place here today during a parade of the dock strikers. The rioters were charged by gendarmes, , who drew their bayonets. Ten of the gendarmes were wcjunded. Man of the strikers were arrested. WHITE- HAS RESIGNED. New, Tork, July 10. It was ascer tained today that Harry White, general secretary of the UnUed Garment Work e!C of. America, who should have been the leader of the 40,000 tailora now on strike here, but who disappeared when the strike went into effect, has - re signed. HiTS MAN WITH SPOKE. Carlton, Minn., July 10. A man by the name of Ernest Shaw has' his, skull fractured in a fight 'at Wrenshall , by be!ng hit 'with a wagon spoke, and will probably die. RELIGIONS IN RUSSIA. To many the nature of Russia's Yell gion iq only vaguely understood. Chris tlanity Was introduced into the country In the ninth century. The Establish ed cb.un.-h, says our authority is iden tical in doctrihe with the Greek church. The liturgy, which is read in Slavonic, Is the one used origiially 'by the Church of Constantinople. Until recently any form of dissent wan not tolerated. Un der the laws of Alexander II., Catholics and Protestants, haye eiua.l rights with members of the Established church. . " CAUTION UP TO DATE. out and. play on the Tailroad tracks- out and play on the railroad thacks but be sure and keep off the street or the automobiles -will get you. Puck. UNCLE ELI'S FABLES. One day three wolves who were hunt ing In company came across a sheep which lay dying, and two of them had rushed ofnvard to the feast when the third called out: ' "Such haste seems to me unseerrly and uncalled for. Let us rather wait and aj'gue the ma'tter for a,momint." "I 8ie nothing. ,to argue," replied Wolf number two. i "Wor I either," added number th,rtee. "Perhaps not, but let us see. 1 should like to ask my friend on the right 'Why a sheep is a sheep -when alive, but mutton when dead? If my friend on the left can hold his hunger for a few minutes he may. tell me why the skin of a calf is a skin, and yet ths skin, of a sheep Is a pelt? When we have satisfied ourselves on the three points then we 'will fall to and eat our f II and rejoice." 'Wol'f number two cleared his throat and began to tell the difference between a live sheep and dead mutton, as hie understood it, tout he aad not uttered fifty words when nuim'ber three dis agreed with him. red hot argument was the result, and number two waa finally driven to say: "Well, if you can't follow my Unft of reasoning you cither lack brains or are obstinate." "AT!d a wo'.f who will advance such nonsense is either an idiot or a knave" replied number three. . A mi mute la ter they had charge 1 each other with selling their voices and be-lng horse thieves, and were scrapping for the gate receipts and it was s nuar ter of a'n hour later when the Fox came along and found thorn panting fjr breath and cal!ed out: "Hello, you, but what's the matte. hero?". 'Tve been giving this ass a lk-kirv;," replied number two. "It's that fxl Avho ha3 got more than enough." added number three. "But what have you been fighting about?" "Why, the three of us come al here to that dying sheep and " "Dylt:g sheep? But AVhere is he?" "Right over there and " "But there is no dying or deal sheep here. There are a few balls of wool and a few clean picked bone?, and I met a friend of youis trotting alorg with a contented lo:k on his face, but f saw nc'tfiing to fight about It seems t. me yew are off the track." Moral: Of .what use to dispute over meat that someore else has eaten? The Grasshoppers living in a ccrtr'n field Avere put in peril of their lives by a turkey gobbler coming among them and chasing thf m about, and fRey final ly gathered in convention and resolved that r'Tnething must be done. The:e was an old bull In. the next field, and as he had ne-er evinced any antlnathy to the grasshoppers, a delegation" was apiolnted to wait on him and ask" for his strength and good will. When th2 situation had been stated the bull forg ed to the front and said: "Mv ilear Hrppers. you have come to the right party the first tim. I have beon observing the old gobbler, and if I don't run his- leg3 off for him you may call me- a goat Go right home and rest easy in your mind that I'm a friend of yours." x An hour later, as the g:bbler appear ed in the field in hopes to snap up a few hoppers the bu'l bfoke the fence down and came charging or trie fo?. He ran the gobbler to cover quickly enough, but not satlsfiel with thit, he went galloping ar:und until he had trodden more hoppers into the earth than the gobbler would have eaten In the season. Moral: One can be such ai gord frien l that It were better to haA-e an enemy. One night as the Cooper lay sleeping. hi wife w:ke him up AA-ith the state memt that she heard a strange rvis outside, and after listening for a mo- mnt, he replied: "If it is robbers we have nothing o steal, and can therefore go to elcp asraln. Blessed be they who haA'e noth ing ap'l can lose nothing." ' "T.ut I think cur goat has got out of th barn" she said. "In which case no harm will be don?. That is, no humanitarian will conio along and oblige us by killing Wm. A got is a critter of Providence, onl nothing can happen to a goat." or Cramps, Diarrhoea or Bowel Com plaint there is no medicine will afford n . relief quicker i Than the Bit Is ters. ' Take a 'f dose at the first symptom and avoid un- Sitters necesary suf fering. It also cures Nausea, Indigestion, Dyspepsia and Malaria, Fever and Ague FORCING TOE SEASON The first bala of Woolens for Suitings and Trouserings, just arrived. ; They are fine designs i of mixed 'and plaid che'iot3, a Browns are f very popular for the com ing season. We keep all our help em ployed. Suits during the quiet season. Suits made on short notice. D. NICHOLSON Importing Tailor. , The husband slept again, but cgain the wife awaliewed him to ray: "I have taken a look from the window and see bears In the yard. Arouse yourself anu drive them away." "But why should I?" he answered. "May not a bear roam if will?" "But these bears are making: for the shed." , "And what of that as long as the r-oat is out 7 " " ' "You hp.ve fifteen! new bnrreli out. there. There don't ycu hea' tho bears rattling them around?" "It seemeth so, but if' a bear wants to f''ay with a barrel why Fhould we chide him? Woman, why not saa things as they are?" 'But I am worried" she answered. "And I Pee no reasoru for it. Hadst my mother-in-law knocked on the door at midnight there would j have been cause for anxiety. As It is. leave the bear? and the barrels to adjust them selves to the situation." Next morning the husband went out to the Fhed while waiting for breakfas!, and upon his return to the house he said: "I told you to take things as thejr were and not worry, and may it be a I?sson to thee." , What's happened?" asked the" wife. "Them fifteen new barrels would have brought 20 cents apiece in th-J town as empties. Them same, barre's, each with a live bear lrit will bring ! nie ten dollars apiece.- When It's up to y:-jr Uncle Reuben M hain't fairn off the fence. . ( Moral: He who can wait can win; he ' who worries leES?rs his Chances. THE RECTOR'S MISTAKE. Explanations from a Couple Who Did Not Wish to Get Married After the seivlve in an Episcopal church in Fifth avenue last Sunday, the rector waited in tho anteroom of the vesthy as Is his custom to meet any one who wiBhed to see him personally or on business. A young -woman and a younj man were among the callers. They lingered until the others had gone. The young woman then irrtro d'jced the young man, merely giving his name. ' '"Can I see you on Wednesday?" ask ed the young worn in of the rector. "Wednesday .is taken up. I have a number of engagements on that day. unless ynrir business is a question oC life or death," said the rector, with a twinkle in his eyes. "I suppose Thursday Avould do," siid the youny woman, looking at the younsj man. Avho was getting his cane badly tangled up with his lee-3. "You had better call me up on the 'phone eirly Thursday," said the rec tor. "I am just -arranging to start on my vacation for -the summer and hop to get aAvay the last of the -Aveek." "For the summer?" inquired the young -woman with a marked rising in flection. "Oh. you must not go away. Doctor, until I see you. The matter 1:4 important and you must attend to it before you leave." "Well, you might namcsthe dy now, 'it' you bad tetter see me on Thursday AAithout fail. But why not now?" ill CLARK-PRATT VEHICLE CO. Toilet Articles The bath room is Avorklng "over time", these days and if you Avish your dally "tub" to be doubly en joyable always keep good toilet ar ticles Avithin' reach. We have them here and at very conservative prices.- 1 Mennen's Talcum 15j Pear's Soap 15o 4711 WTiite Rose Soap 15c Packer's Tar Soap... 20e 1711 face Powder. , 50o Colgates Toilet Water 50c Hudnut's Bay Rum 50c Eau De Quinine....... 50c Tooth Brushes 15c uo Hair Brushes, Bath Brushes, Buf-, ers. Nail File3, Chamois, Baby Sets, etc. I "Oh, not today, doctor. We are" not quite ready, you knew." - "Well, now might name the day now. if it be soon, and I shall be at your service." " ' . The couple held a conference in the corner. At the finish the young , wom an said they had. agreed on Thursday. "Shall it be in the church or in your home" asked the rector. "In the church, if you please, doctor." . "Will there be an announcement V" asked'the rector. .. "Announcement? I did not know that -was customary." "As you prefer. Some prefer an an announcement, you know." "No doctor. I did not know that Ta j know. It Is otir first." "Yes, of course. At least, I hope so." "Pardon me, doctor, tout I do not think I quite understand." "I mean, Ihope, It is your first mar riage1," said the rector who was be coming slightly confused. Marriage?" asked -the young wom an; and the young man echoed the in- ciulrv.. "Marriage?" And then thu" young woman, taking her cue, said: I "We've been married a year near- : !y." "You never told me," said the rector. "No. Ave never told anyone until1 1 recently; c"d we Harry?" j "Not until recently," echoed Harry. J "Then what is it you wish? Come to the point, my dear' young pcope. I have an engagement" . "Why, doctor! We want you to christen it." ', j "Ah, bless you. my children. ' Any time for that. Biing it to the chantry tomorrow morning." And the rector put an emphasis on "it'.' which showed that he understood his business. MICROBES AND MONEY. We Must N Have Bills, So We Chance the Bacilli. The fear of contagion from disease microbes whi-h our ancestors never felt because "ignorance was bliss" to them seems to be putting its ban upon one thing after another. One may not in dulge longer In clams, oysters, ' water cress, spinach, lettuce, ehavlng, kissing, public library books, feather dusters and numerous everyday neccessitiea, without taking antlseptk: precautions. Now comes a cbemist at Washington who has found a greenback which was the fa-vorite resortof 144 different kinds of the disease microbes. Startled by the announcement, some brokers al ready are moving to protect cashiers and tellers by disinfecting all currency. One Bo3ton chemist has suggested the placing of coton "waste, saturated I with formaldehyde, in the safe or mon- I ey drawer, and another the pouring of a spoonful of It In a -ault each nig'it. I which boards of health say, will des- troy millions of germs. 6ome bankers are inclined to sniff at the precautions. They rightly affirm that the microbe, a comparatively new discovery. Is as old as time; that paper money is nearly as old as time; hat i.-ashiers and tellers have been handling the microbe anl the currency without destroying, the one or sterilizing the other, and tha: they Avere healthy and long-lived, even though they directly exposed them selves by putting taeir' fingers .to their DE LAVAL one that can be washed thoroughly clean and that does not clog up during sep aration and one that will separate cold milk as well as warm. There is no Separator that will stand the test of years like the De Laval. Ladies' Lace Hose 25c We have a line of black lace hose here In all sizes that have been sell ing right along at 35c a pair. They are absolutely fast black and come in several different patterns. If you need any summer hose this is a good chance to buy them at the special Ioav price of 25c a Pair lips wihen counting money, which cash- . iers and tellers no longer do. The microbe and jnoney matter, if it should occasion any. "widespread appre hension of contagion, will make lif? much harder than it is now. We must have money even with microbes on it, and cannot stop to inquire who had It last or through hoiw many pockets It has passed, gathering new styles of mi crobes at every remove., If the microbes would confine themselves to J 1.000 tlll i it would not be so bad, because they do not circulate so freely as fives do. but the microbe is no respector of bill?. The microbe might have some difficulty In finding the J1.000 bills, but it can find $t bills with ease, and . they are softer and more homeliko than the others. Chicago Tribune. 6 . It is a long love that has uo coDlinj. New York Press. , e SIC E. S. Wakelin Grocer. Co. ais SEPARATORS F YOU arc contemplating buying a Separator be sure and get a De Laval then you know you have the best and Pongee Silks We still have a good assortment of genuine shantung pongee in var ious widths and prices be th plain and embroidered. There is noth ing more stylish this season' for traveling coats, shirt wai;st suits, men's shirt3, etc. 'Tis the most durable silk that's made and Improves In appearance after washing. In fact as long as there is, a bit -of It left it has that bright lustrous sheen that distin guishes the genuine pongee from the Imitations which are Invariably loaded with chemicals and go to pieces after a short time. . Samples for the asking.