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THE OHIO-AlGO B3jA.O-3LiHI. Wedding Cake Boxes ji WEDDING CAKE ORNAMENTS Supplies for Any and All Occasions, such a9 FAVORS FOR SOCIETIES FAVORS FOR DANCING PARTIES FAVORS FOR EUCHRE PARTIES FAVORS FOR WEDDINGS FAVORS FOR BIRTHDAYS FAVORS FOR CHILDREN PARTIES FAVORS FOR BOOBY PRIZES FAVORS FOR DINNERS FAVORS FOR SOCIAL TEAS FAVORS FOR NATIONAL HOLIDAYS FAVORS WITH SNAPPING MOTTOES FAVORS WITH HATS AND CAPS I Gunther's Confectionery, aia state street. hWrvTHW INDIANS OF TO-DA. ADOPTING CIVILIZED CUSTOMS, BUT PREFER THEIR OWN. Ilnck from Bclionl to Don UlnnkeU nn I llcnilccl hhlrli-To Hniokc the 1'lpc ntut Ortitit Their "tJuh.t"-lt-novation Forced on Them. B. A. ECKHART, Pros, and Treaa. Capacity I 3,000 Barrels pir Day Eckhart & Swan Milling Co., MERCHANT MILLERS 373 to 393 Carroll Avenue, from Elizabeth St. to Ada Ft. Our new 3,000-barrel Mills are now in full operation, producing th finest grades of Spring and Winter Flour made in the world. Oun are the finest and only mills in the United States arranged with the complete and improved Hungarian Sifter System. Eckhart A Swan's "XXXX Best Patent" Is the highest grade of Hard Spring Wheat Patent Flour in the world, manufactured from No. : Hard Dakota and Minnesota Wheat CABLE ADDRESS "ECKHART." Long Dlatance Telephone Monroe 37. i J. P. SMUL5KI & CO, 060 NOBLE STREET, PRINTERS, For fifty yenw past the t'ntted Stntes Kuvvrintient ban been trying 1J' every menu to enforce upon the In dian the way of thu white ninn. Most people who me unfamiliar with the copper colored race, would consider that liy keeping them In schools of modern training from the ages of Mx to twenty-three or four would ho nil that was iieecxar.v to break the ties that bind them to their native wayn. Hut this In a mWtnUep Idea. The Pouch children nre com pelled to attend the agency cchooN until they are familiar with all tho common school branches, then they ore scut to the Ilal;ell Indian Uni versity, located nt Lawrence. Kan., where they remain live and fix year or until they complete all the higher branches of the high schools. All of them learn Mime trade before they nre allowed to leave the school The boys are taught tailoring, book keeping, engineering and carpenter work. The girls dressmaking, trim ming, music and a number of other trades or professions which qualify litem to become self-supporting any where they cIioomj to go. This, In addition to the high school training, 't wotdd seem, should bo all that Is nec essary to civilize the Indian when he Is 1ioiiim1 for ten or fifteen years amid cultured people who devote all their THE LITTLE TOE IS DOOMED. - . rOXCA CI1Y INDIAN llUIHAt. (WOUND. IN OUMAM ANa POLISH. "GAZETA KATOLIOKA'th.BettAdTactWatMf uaa anona: tks Poliah icsideats of Chicago ami Aaaatks. Chas H. Fitzner PHARMACY 119 WEST TWENTY-FOURTH ST. CORNER OAKLEY AVENUE, Long Distance Phone, Canal 241. Chicago, 111. HENRY B. TEFFT 529 Stock Exchange Bldg. CHICAGO. i CONTRACTING ENGINEER SPECIALTY: POWER PLANTS, HEAVY BUILDINGS, HEA VY FOUND A TIONS. Phone Main 3689. time endeavoring to plant In his mind some seeds of modern American doc trines. Hut strange as It may seem the battle Is hardly begun at this stage. They return to the reservation, where they Join their poeple, who live In tepees In winter and under brush sheds In summer. Hero tlio kettle of st die beef or fat dog Is hung over the fire, the pipe passed around, while the old warriors rehearse war stories, de nouncing the paleface and Ids civilized wnys. It' Is only n matter of n short time ere the educated young man or woman lays aside his (or her) tailor-made clothes nnd polished shoes nnd dons the blue blankets and beaded mocca sins. Not a few l'onca women of to day mingles with her trlheswomen, her fa co concealed by n shnwl that covers a head of uncombed hair, while the calico slip that takes the plaeo of a dress hangs In looso folds nbout a shapeless form; and theso same squaws, who refuso to talk English, could gracefully dance their taper fin gers over tho Ivories of a piano, pro ducing strains of music that would make mnny belles of eastern social cir cles envious; and tho dusky young man who once completed a courio In tho law school receiving high p raise from tho government ofllclals when he delivered 111 polished English an ad dress upon modern training, now fold tho long blanket about Ids stalwart body as ho treads stealthily around tho wigwam village grunting "no savy." At this stage tho waywaru children becomo subjects under tho protecting wings of tho United States Indian agent, who vainly strives to inako them becomo honest nnd natur alized. These Indians entertain queer Ideas about disposing of tho dwid. The l'oni'u graveyard Is located In a dpso late out of tho way plaeo near tho Saltfork Itlvcr, which plowB through tho reservation. Hero for years past tho old war horses havo been laid to rest, receiving from their tribesmen a farewell blessing of Godspeed upon their Journey to tho happy hunting ground. Lumber was Issued at the agency for tho purpose of building houses, two by seven feet, which rep resent tho tomb. After the houso Is completed each member of tho tribe Is on hand to assist In wrapping tho lifeless body of tho dead bravo In a government blanket, poke It gently Into tho door of the little house. Tho key Is then turned In tho lock and there Is ono Indian less. The relatives plaeo nbout tho houses old pieces of furniture, pipes, tomahawks mid llttlo trinkets that belonged to tho departed. Several dishes tilled with different kinds of food are set near the door, which Is very pleasing tn the tasto of tho fowls and pralilo wolves, who pay tho sacred place nightly visits. The food Is replaced for three days, as they claim that It requires that length of time for the bravo to reach tho happy hunting ground, and without refresh ments ho would bo unable to make tho Journey. If It Is a woman that dies tho aUtem of tho tribe run a foot raco to seo win Ib to becomo owner of tho belongings. When u buck gives up the ghost n horso raco for a distance of two miles Is run and the tlrst man out takes pos session of tho dead mini's poi.lc. KlRht-Tncd Men ami Women Will Ho tho Hole In n Century. Now it Is asserted that the small Joo of the human foot will be crowded out of existence by the end of the present century. Such Is the view of chiropodists gen erally and of physicians who have giv en the matter nunc than passing con sideration. Tho conditions prevailing at the pres ent day are such, indeed, that but a shoit period of evolution will be neces sary to bring about this radical change in tlio human system. The little toe Is at its best In child hood, hut even then It Is seldom much more than an apology for a toe, while It Is a fact well known to physicians that after a certain ago has been reached In W cases out of a hundred thu two end Joints of the too become auchylosed, that Is to say, so united as to make scpaiatc movements Impossible. Nor nre thee conditions brought about entirely, or even mainly, through modern methods of footwear, but are moro directly the result of the civilized method of locomotion. Whether or not the big too Is nil that Is needed In walking and running is u question which lias not yet been satis factorily answered, but the fact re mains that athletic Instructors and conches have universally striven to de velop tlio big toe at the expense of the others In die training of fast runners and foot-ball players. To that end the shoes have been made so narrow that any possibility of using the little toe has been precluded. ' The modern method of walking, how ever, Is really responsible for the non use of the little toe. The full weight of the body Is thrown tlrst on one big too and then on the other. If by chance the lest of the foot Is allowed to participate In the support of the body, the little toe receives less of it than any of the others. Ninety per cent of the shoes are worn out considerably more on the big toe side than on the little toe side. Itetween the modern method of walk- lug and the wearing of tlght-tlttlng shoes, tho little toe Is doomed to an early. end. The disappearance will, of course, be gradual. As the use of the fool, Is nloro and more confined to the big toe, the little too will slowly, but surely, diminish In slxc with each successive generation. TENNESSEE WHISKY EVERYBODY GET HAPPY! Loosen Up Some Call for OLD CASCADE" THE BEST MADE Cures a Cold in a' Minute Removes Pain Sells While We Sleep i THOMPSON BROTHERS OWNERS OF SIDNEY L.UOAS SOLE DISTRIBUTORS CHICACO NEW YORK Tribune Bldg. APRIL I at. Temporary Address, 42 River Street. BUFFALO TENNESSEE WHISKY yw?c A CrokH Parent. "Mother," said a little ghl, looking up from her book, "what dues 'transat lantic' nieanV" "Oh, across tho Atlantic, of course. Don't bother me." "Does 'trans' always mean across?" "I suppose It does. If you don't stop bothering mo with your questions, you'll go to bed." "Then does 'transparent' mean a cross parent'" Ten minutes later that little girl was resting on her tiny couch, German Toys in Iloiinii(t, Great llrltalu buys over 11,000 tons of German toys annually, whllo tho United States ranks next, with an Im portation of about 0,000 tone. Ktlmn Allen 1'iii-k. Klliiiu Allen's old home and the park which surrounded it In Vermont, lias been presented by Its owner, W. .1. I'at terson, a defendant of the general, to Iluillngtoii. It lies In the outskirts of tlio, city and comprises several hun dred acres of forest and meadow laud on the banks of (he Wluooskl river. HereM'Ithaii Allen lived and' died. On the meadow by the river his youngest daughter saw the vision that caused her to break her engagement of mar riage, accept the Homaii Catholic faith and enter a convent In Montreal, She became the mother superior of tho con vent inn) was renowned for her love liness, being known far and wide as "the beautiful American nun." lUhnii Allen's home, long since fallen Into decay, stood at the foot lf the hill leading down to the Intervale, or meadow lauds. The four elms he plant ed lu front of Ills house still stand, strong and vigorous. Bealo'a Wuknun Urewlnu Company. It Is with pleasure that we call the attention of the trade, and private fam ilies, to tho fuel that owing to the In creasing demand for bottled alo and porter of undoubted purity and of tho tlnest quality, wo arc now bottling the same under our own supervision. Tho frequent use of adulterants and substitutes for malt and hops In the manufacture of malt liquors has re sulted lu nn Inquiry for an article of domestic manufacture, wholly free from anything of a harmful or deleteri ous nature, and at a price that would commend Its use to all. The failure hitherto to obtain such an article baa led consumers to purchase Imported goods at a high price. Therefore we are prepared to place ou tho market bottled ale and porter unexcelled lu qunllty, equal In every respect to the Imported, at a much lower price. Our goods being manufactured from the choicest barley malt and the best bops In the market, no substitutes whatever being used, and, being bottled by, ourselves at Waukegan, enables us to offer to our customers nn absolute gunranty of tbelr purity and quality. Families can obtain tliese goods of all the leading fancy grocers, the prin cipal hotels, leetaurnnta and druggist. RKSLKY'S (WAKK1AN BBBWIU 00. HENRY B. BRAND!. People who wish their bouses to re ceive tbe very best atteutlon tnU spring should patronize Henry B. Brandt, 448 and 448 Lincoln avenue. He baa tbe latest styles of wall paper and the very best workmen to put U en. Ills painters and calclmlnera are artists and ale work In every way U ejwUUbl For Ilheumatlsm, Stomach, Liver or Kidney troubles Deer Lick Mineral Water has no superior. The following testimonials f:s Tell-known physi cians nnd procaUMMt citizens tell a true story: The Medical Standard for Jan uary. llHii, says: "Of the many natural mluernl wa ters ou tho market we have some from American springs which meet the indi cations of many diseased conditions, such as dyspepsia, Indigestion, consti pation, Ilrigbt's disease. We wish espe cially to call attention to tho Deer Lick Mineral Water. The Sulphate of Soda Is tho chief constituent of Carlsbad, Mnrlenbad, Rublnnt and Condal wa ters, and It occurs, associated with much magnesium sulphate In Aescu lap, Huuyndl Janos, Frledrlchsliall am Klsslngcu waters." THE NEW YORK CLIPPER Contain a Reliable Record of all the Events In the THEATRICAL WORLD AND THE WORLD OF SPORTS. PUBLISHED WEEKLY. 4.00 A VIA. aiNQLI COPY, I Oct. For Sale by all Newadealera. SAMPLE COPY. FREE. Addr?;9 NEW YORK OLIPPER, NEW YORK. QEO. M. LYON JAMES W. NYb DUCAT & LYON, 2oi La Salle Street Phone Central 1335. GOODRICH nT&BBAEET LAWYERS The Rookery, Chicago Aduas A. Goodrich William A. Vlacoat Ralph R. Bradlty HARRISON, 1716. Telephone Main 1338. LAW OFFICE Louis J. Behan Stock Exchange Building, CHicnco, Agents in Chicago for the American Department of the strongest Casualty Company on the Continent of Europe The Frankfort Marine Accident and Plate Glass Insur ance Company Of Frankfort-on-the-Main, Germany. I. M. A. DeLANY ATTORNEY AT LAW 302-3 Reaper Block Cor. Wathlngton and dark Bit. CHICAGO TEL. CENTRAL MOB WE MAKE. OUR OWN RATES t No German Accident Company hat ever failed. WILLIAM HALE THOMPSON Real Estate and Building Loans V. .7, Howard, a colon d limn, of SI. linltrli'l, l.n,, Ib thu Inventor of a snpir cane loading niQcliliio which wan given a public' trial recently 11 1 Now Orleans anil proved highly fiutUfactory. How ard has patented IiIh Invention and eon llilently expect to realize a fortuuo from It. Henry C. Beitler, LAWYER Telephone Male J67I. Suite WWW. 120-122 Randolph Street, CHICAQO. akeaaTM, LOEB I IDLER, ittoriioy. ml Coisirt TlkUHONI MAIN MM. Mm MJ Citato tf Cmuwm BaMI. MwaaiiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaMBiBaaaiaaaaMiBBMeBWBMBaajaBaaHiManaR? Lyman E.Cooley CIVIL ENGINEER 21 Quincy Street, Chicago. 237 WEST MADISON ST. ' Telephone Monroe 678 ILLINOIS BRICK CO. WILLIAM C. KUESTER, SUPERINTENDENT. ( 1994 N. Western Avenue, CHICAGO. Telephone Lake View 270. 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