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10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES 8II1 SUNDAY D Y JULY 29 1906
BEAUTY AND BEAST BEASTAT BEASTAT
AT ATLANTIC CITY CITYPromenade CITYtF CITYWade
Promenade tF > Wade Board Walk a ap apEnjoy apEnjoy P PEnjoy
Enjoy the Surf SurfTogether SurfTogether SurfTogether
Together TogetherCAUSING TogetherfCAUSING TogetherUSING
CAUSING ACA ACAKBut USING MUCH COMMENT COMMENTIBut COMMENTPJut
IBut the Lady Enjoys It and the Bear BearEndurae BearEndur BearEndures
Endures Endur 8 Close Cl le Scrutiny ScrutinyStoically ScrutinyStoioally SbrutinyStoically
Stoically StoicallyATIANTIC StoioallyATLANTIC StoicallyATLANTIC
ATLANTIC CITY July dThe The usualtrenuous usual usualtrenuous usualttIq
bear beariave bYrave bearhave
trenuous young ttIq woman and baby
have ave appeared at the beach Dressed Dressedn
n bathing bathln fcttlre she leads the small cin cinnamon cmnmamon ¬
mamon bear into the surf urf with her This Thisjnay Thisnay I II
I nay not be the same me young YOU < < woman or ortthe orthe
forth each eachReason eachea oaohseason I
the I same 8Am bear which come
Reason ea on for baby bears as weft as wo wojnen women 0 0Jnen
jnen grow older olderhowever however she he has creat creatted creatd creatled
ted d a 1 desired sensation and and the bear bearDoesnt bearoesnt bearIdoesnt
Doesnt oesnt seem to mts8Summer mtod mtodSummer mbtdSummer
Summer Attire A re at Seashore SeashoreThe SeashoreThe SeashoreThe
The prevailing snk summer mer resort weather weathertalons wMthertnlong weatherlong
talons tnlong long the coast caused e smart young OUft we Wih WihE wehen j
JERien hen E at this popular spot to quickly keep keepkip k k1P keepLap
kip 1P with It In regard to clothes They TheyJetorod Theystored Theycored
Jetorod stored cored away lingerie robes and Ad shrfte shrftefllnena ehreelinens hrM hrMJlnEns
fllnena linens with some regret and adopted adopted1tailored adoptedtailored opted optedtal1orPd
tailored pin strip trtPf flannels with ex extremely 6JtttEm axtremely ¬
tremely ttEm ly long halffltting coats and plalt pialtKd plaltd plaltted
Kd d skirts ankle lengthsWith lengths lengthsVlth lenthllW
With W Vlth llh these th suits suit which are the acme acmefcf sane sanef
fcf f trimness trtmne a they wear small 11 tip tllt tlltK tlttl tilt tilthr
K hr > l hats of the sailor or derby variety varietytrimmeJ VIlrletytrimm varietytrimmel
trimmeJ trimm > l with bunches IMtneh of golden brown brownfeathers brownfEathor brownfeathers
feathers or paradise aigrettes aJ rrett The Thewonder ThewonMr Thewonder
wonder is I that the ostrich trieh trimmings trimmingshttand trlIft trlIfttand trimmfagsstand
stand tand the weather surprisingly surpr lnc1y well wellKThese weltThese ell ellhfse
KThese These hfse young OUft < < women of fashion fa hlon carry carryItulle carrytulle
tulle 1 lle nek ne k ruffs and luulwear wear gloves KI YeIiJ of the theteam tbeRme thename
team name Rme shade of t brown brownWhite brownWhite brownWhite
White Silk Hose for Young YettR Man MenTI ManThe
The TI 11 ultrafashion uUratashHbI Me young you men on onrthe ontithe
tithe 10 walk have tak taken n to white whtt stockings stockingsPlain atoektnPrIaln etockineeIlaln
Plain white silk hoes or openwork lisle lisleisocka lisleFocka
isocka 130 lea are the U e fad ut tJ r the themoment moment momen either eitherwith eitherwith eithern
with n ith white canvas shoes or patent leathers leath leathSte Ithers
ers
Ste Steel l Pier Dances DaBe 8 Popular PapularPrevailing Popttlarrr PopularPrvailing
Prevailing rr val1ln cool nights JlI 1t have made the thexjanoes thedan thedances
dances dan > s out In the ballroom at the end endof endof endof
of the Steel Pier very popular Thenhusic The Themusic TiM2n1sk
music of Haleys Hale Washington Band Banddrawn Baeddraw Banddraws
drawn crowds to towateh watch the dancers dancersMillionDollar dane dancersMillionDollar < < a aMillioJlDoUar
MillionDollar Pier Opened OpenedJohn OpenedJohn OpenedJohn
John Young ioun opened his milliondollar milliondollarPier mUUtftdoUarPier mgfinedollarPier
Pier Saturday turday night nlh with a reception receptionThP receptionfihe
ThP Pier is down down opposite CJPP < tIlte the Marlbor Marlborc lbor lborc
c sh chBlenheim Blenheim and ad promises to draw drawcrowds dw1owds drawcrowda
crowds to that portion of the walk walkGreenwoodPedaieord walkGreenwoodPeddicord walkGreenwoodPeddicerd
GreenwoodPedaieord Marriage MarriageThe MarriageThf MarriageThe
The Nutshell Hotel keeps up Its matri matrimonial matriInunial matrimtnial ¬
monial record being belnarkftOWft known as not only onlya Oft1yTindezvous
a rendezvous for harpy bridal couples couplesbut cou coulut couplesbut
but for moat flourishing engagements as aswell AlIIwclI asw
well w c 11 The latest Ja sensation tton in the t e sum summer sumriier ¬ 1 1iler
mer iler colony was When heft lill Miss Julia Peddic Peddi leddtort Pedditonl
> tonl c urd ort of Virginia V and Clarke Green Greenv Qreenluiod C1TeenlIod
luiod v cod of New York announced their theirmarriage UMIrI1 thesernx
marriage I1 rnx rriage Mrs Greenwood has many manyfriends many manyfriends 7 71rpnds
friends and relatives in Washington VaabIn < < Loft Loftuung Tha Thaj Thauutlg
j uung people were married hi New York YorkNotes YorkK YorkNotes
Notes K otea and Personals PersonalsFormer PersenallJto Persenalabbcmer
Former Jto mer Governor Bunn or Idaho with withMrs withr withMrs
Mrs r Bunn has arrived at the Shel ShelImrne SlIJlrne Shellurne
Imrne for the thscmmer thscmmerH summer summerH summerII
H Cozen Hardy of u London England Eng England En EnJand ¬
land American correspondent of thai thaiMorning t the theator 6 6tr
Morning ator tr ting ng Leader IB i a a guest at Garden GardenHall GanlenIhlI GardenIlalI
Hall HallMr IlalIMr
Mr r aw and atr In A A L Brunaau of Can Cani
i Ada are interesting guests at the Savoy 3avoyMr SavoyIr SavoyMr
Mr Ir Brmieau hr n dlstmgttiahed dl tm member memberof memberof memberof
of parliament parliamentAmong I1nrilametAmonK partamentAmong
Among guests t of prominence at the theChalfonte theChultonto theChalfonte
Chalfonte is IC C F J Dally general pas passenger pastenger passenger ¬
senger agent of the New York Central Centraland CantralLnl Centraland
and Hudson River railroad principal principallino principallIne principallino
lino from New York to the West Mr MrDally XrDaHyo MrDaily
Dally is here with Mrs LN Dally for a pro 110cmgad prolonged j jIon
Ion longed sad restTwo rest restTwo restTwo
Two naval dI dignitaries dtPltar nltarlsare > are among mOftK re recent relIt recent
cent lIt arrival arrlva1aat at the tit St SnkCIwIelrLleuten SnkCIwIelrLleutenant Chrle ChrIIMuten ChrIIMutentnt lieuten lieutenant ¬
ant Commander XcCermlek and Pay In Infiiector InEctor Inector
fiiector Ector McGowan McGowanB
B h C Thomas Tho a a representative TI n Wash Washingtonian Waahingtonlan Wasitihhgtonian
ingtonian Is at the Holmhurst HolmhurstII
II C Deringer Derln of Harrison county countyVesi countyWesL countyWest
West Vesi Virginia was here for rtbe the horse horseshow horNIS horMshow
show IS OW He Is an 1 enthusiastic horseman horsemanJ
J J Brown a Washington hlncton attorney attorneyis
is at the Berkeley with his two sons sonsMr 110MMr sonsMr
Mr and Mrs A P Crenshaw have havecome havecome havecome
come to Atlantic City for the summer summerMr summerfr summerMr
Mr fr Crenshaw hi secretary of the theWashington thaWahngton theWashtngton
Washington Klectrlc Light Company CompanyMiss CompuyII CompanyMiss
Miss II Helen He B Johnson JohlUl l is visiting visitingfriends vlslUa vlslUafrlenda vlsittngfriends
friends at the Ohalfonte OhalfonteMiss QhatonteMID fAtaltontaAllis
Miss Fannie Russell and IJd Mrs C AJax AJaxander A AandEr AIexander
ander have augmented fhje te Washington Washingtoncolony Wuklagtoncolony Waahiagtoncolony
colony at the MarlboroughElenhelmAmong MarlboroughEenheim MarlboroughEenheimAmong XarlborouPE 8ft 8ftAmong
Among automobile folk at the Sbel Sbelburne Sltelbllrn bel belburne
burne bllrn are Mr ir and Mrs Fulton Qor Qordon Qordon Gordon
don Mr and tad Mrs Ira I L P Dorset and andA AMA saidA
A D Carpenter of WashingtonFather Washington WashingtonFather VuhbatonF3ther
Father William J Carroll of WashIngton Wash Washington ash ashIngln ¬
ington Is sojourning < < at the Dennis Denniswhere Deaatawhere Denniswhere
where Father P J Mettnroe Ke1 troe is also rag registered r rlsterfd ragIstered ¬
istered isteredTV lsterfdL
TV L Victor l Baualunaa ng a a prominent resl resldont rellldf1t reeldent
dent of Frederick Md d to ball arrived at attiir atif atte
tiir if MarlboroughBtenhetm lIarlbolOUlrhBle betm to recuperate recuperatefrom recupera recuperaf recuperatefrnnn
from f 0 m a serious illness iltnelLJudge illnessJndjre UlMaLJlldil6
Judge J J 1 Jackson of West rest Virginia Virginiawith Vlrslnlnth Virginiavhith
with Mrs Mr Jackson J Is at the Dennis DennisMr DnlaMr DennisMr
Mr and Mrs John BS Sheekles Sheckl with withMiss withns withAtlss
Miss ns Scheckles Scheck are at Wiltshire WiltshireT WlI lhlre
T u an unfortunate Illness m is directly directlyi1u directly1u directlyNiue
i1u Niue the presence of o Mr and Mrs JeI F FPrannigaa FFinnlgaa FR
R Prannigaa < mnigaa and Nt Mr r and Mrs R R1 1 A Bran BranniRan Brannl Brannigan
niRan nl an nf Washington In Atlantic City CityThey CityThey CityThey
They were on their way to Germany to tospfrid toInd tos
s spfrid Ind Ynd the summer when F Bran Branni BrannSms Branrams
ni rams pans ans daughter became suddenly JlUddenl indis indisjHJSfd Indl Indl1osfd fadlefose
jHJSfd fose in Philadelphia Coming down to tothe tohit tottht
the hit shore shore for a rest they maoe made a stay stayof staTf
o of f two weeks at the Hunnymead Runnymeadlirennigan Mr MrUranntgan Ir IrHrannl
Uranntgan Hrannl an is prominently connected connected withhe with withthe wllhhe
the he United States Stat Attorneys Office O ce inWashington In InWashington In1fthI0gton
Washington WashingtonJohn 1fthI0gton j jJohn I IJohn
John R Shields Is registered at theBoscuhel the theBoscrbel I
Boscrbel BoscrbelC B08 I IC
C B Osborne M J Larrimore W D DRoache DBache
Roache Mr Ir and Mrs H a C Herbert Herbertand Henertnnd Herbertand
and F F McKean cKean are at the duo Berkeley Berkele BerkeleIt BerkeleyR Dj j jB
B E Paerlo Mr and Mrs H K It
New Consul Must Ride RideI RideOf1 RideOn
I
Of1 Carnet in ics
U
FRANK R MOWRER MOWRERSent MOWRERSent MOWRERSent
Sent as Consul to Adis Adi Ababa Abys Abyssinia Abyssinia Abyssinia ¬
sinia sinia New American PostMiles Post PostHundreds PostHundreds
Hundreds o oReach of Miles to toReach toReach
Reach New Post in inNations inNations inNations
Nations Service
Six hundred miles on the hurricane hurricanedeck hurrIcanedeck hurricanedeck
deck of a camel across Africas burn burnIng burnIng burnlag
Ing sands da will be the unique experience experienceof
of Frank R Mowrer the newly ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed consul general to the recently recentlyestablished recentlyeatablthed recentlyestablished
established consulate at Adls AbabaAbyadnia Ababa AbabaAbyssinia AbllbaAbyalnla
Abyssinia Central Africa on his long longJourney longjourney longJourney
Journey to his hi post po t in darkest Africa AfricaMr MrtClSMr AfricaMr
Mr Mowrer has the distinction of being beingthe beingthe beingthe
the first American representative to this thlafar thistar thisfar
far tar away country countryMr oountryXr countryMr
Mr Mowrer was 8 born in Ohio and andwas andU andwas
was U apppointed marshal at Yokohoma YokohoraaJapan YokohomaJapan YokohomaJapan
Japan in Mt7 1Jitli retired in MW to be appointetlt ap appointed appoint ¬
pointed point marshal at Canton China In InJSOO Inj
JSOO j he retired from the service After Aftergreat Attergreat Aftergreat
great persuasion pe lon he accepted the office officeof officeof
of consul at Antigua from there he hewent hewent hewent
went to Ghent He remained there un until unI unItIl until ¬
til his Id recent appointment by the Pre Presi President l ldent ¬ i ident
dent of consul general eneral at Adls Ababa AbabaAt AbabaAt AbabaAt
At present Mr ir Mowrer owrer is in Washing WHshingten Waulhln Washingten i iten
ten conferring with lth Robert P Skinner Skinnerconsul SkinnerI Skinnereonaul Skinnerconsul I
consul general ral at Marseilles France Franceand Franceand IrnUICeand
and with State Department officials officialsregarding oftlclaJsrrdlnl officialsregarding
regarding the advancement of American Americancommercial Americaneontmerelal Americancommercial
commercial Interests In Abyssinia Mr MrSkinners lIlrSklnnera MrSkinners
Skinners knowledge of the conditions
5 5ROBERT
0 0ROBERT
ROBERT P SKINNER SKINNERAmerican SKINNERAmerican SKINNERAmerican
American Consul at at Marseilles and an anAuthority anAuthority anAuthority
Authority on African Affairs
in Central Africa will be of great benefit bene benefit benelit ¬
fit to the new consul for no man is isbetter tsbetter Isbetter
better fitted to give ve information latorpsatJon on that thatcountry tbatcountry thatcountry
country Mr ir Skinner was appointed apP tnted u ucommissioner ncommoner acommissioner
commissioner commoner to negotiate a treaty be between betWeft between ¬
tween the United States and Ethiopia Ethiopiain
in lIla His work was w of great t service serviceto serviceto enieeto
to the State Department In that negotia negotiation nqoUaUOIl negottatlon ¬
tion and bears fruit In the happy rela relations rfflaU088 relations ¬
tions existing between this and the theCentral theCentral theCentral
Central African nations today
Voodoo Utterly Failed FailedTo FailedTo FailedTo
To Charm the Judge JudgeVain wageVain
Vain Attempt by African Wizard to Put a aPolice aPolice aPolice
Police Court Under the Magic Magicof
of His Spell
CINCINNATI CINCII ATI July IJKtnK Kmg Prince PrinceDawson PrinceDaw PrinceDawson
Dawson Daw n who claims to be the king of ofvoodoo otvoodoo ofvoodoo
voodoo doctors doe tors tried the efficacy etfteac of ofhis othili ofhis
his magic powers on Judge Lueders in inpolice inpolice Inpolice
police court this morning but Instead Insteadof tn insteadpt tead teador
of bringing the court under the control controlof controlot controlof
of a magic spell he drew 536 5 and costs costsUnable co coatsUnable t tUnable
Unable to liquidate the bill with thecold the thecold theeold
cold hard h d cash c h and lid being unable to toconvert toeonf6rt toconvert
convert stones into gold he was loaded loadedinto loadedinto loadedinto
into the workhouse wodchou e van and taken out outto outto outto
to that castlelike ca elIke structure structureThe structureThe structureThe
The doctor was 8 charged ch rged with re receiving receiVing receiving ¬
ceiving a half dozen spring fryers which whichIt whtchIt whichit
It was proved Mike Quinn one of his hisretainers hisretaln hisretainers
retainers retaln nl had stolen from W H Lann
Howeasteln child and nurse Mr and andMrs andJiJrs andlitre
Mrs J B Dunn and Mr and Mrs G GW GMaher Gw
W Maher are at the DennisPrancee DennisFrances Dennis DennisFrances
Frances Gruee Mrs J T Moulthrop Moulthropand Moulthropand Moulthropand
and Mr and 4 Mrs William Fitzhugh are areat areat areat
at the Wiltshire WiltshireMrs WiltshireMrs WiltshireMrs
Mrs Chafln and ails UH Marjory Chafln Chaflnare Cha Chaflnare n nare
are at the Bareafard B8re tord Mr and Mrs B BVolght Eo EoVolltht BVoight
Volght are ar at Greens and F Shomaker Shomakerand Shomakerand Shomakerand
and Thomac lUtchie are registered at atthe atthe atthe
the Majestic MajesticMr XaiaUoMr MajesticMr
Mr and Mrs Irs William PJUJam Hill and ad Master MasterBishop MasterBtahop IasterBtahop
Btahop Hill are guests of the Chalfoete Chalf CbalfonteTheatrical ftte ftteTheatrical j jTheatrical
Theatrical folk seen at the shore are areMarie areiallle areMarie
Marie Dressier Dre el6r Irene Bentley Mrs MraBentlay MrsBentlAY MrsBentley
Bentlay Leslie CarterPayne Nat WilisJames Wills WillsJam wmJ
Jam J James s Corbett and Mr and Mrs Joseph JosephRatcllff JoseJhRatcliff JosephRatclitf
Ratcllff RatcllffiELT RatcliffI RatclitfBftT
I BELT WILL BE NAMED NAIEDAS NAMEDI NAMEDAS
AS A DEPUTY AUDITOR AUDITORRecommendation AUDITORI AUDITORRecommendation AUDITORRecommendation
I
I
Recommendation With Approval of ofSecretary ofSaerctary ofSecretary
Secretary Shaw in Hands of Presi President PresidentIndomd President ¬
dent dent dentIndomd Indorsed by Bonaparte BonaparteIt
It was stated at the Treasury De Department n npartment Department ¬
partment yesterday that the appoint appointment appointment appointmoat ¬
ment of George Ge > rge Belt of Prince Prine George Georgecounty Ceorscounty Georgecounty
county Md who has been recommend recommended ¬
ed by Representative Repr ntathe Mudd for deputy deputyauditor deputyauditor deputyauditor
auditor of the Interior Department Departmentwill DepartmentwU1 Departmentwilt
will be announced from Oyster Bay BayThe BayThe BayThe
The recommendation with the ap approval approl approval ¬
proval cf Secretary retary Shaw is now in the thebands thehan thehands
bands han of the President PresidentMr Pre PresidentMr ldent ldentMr
Mr Belt it Is said ald was also Indorsed Indorsedby In indorsedby or ed edby
by Secretary Bonaparte BonaparteHEBREWS BonaparteHEBREWS BonaparteHEBREWS
HEBREWS FLOCK BACK BACKTO BACKTO BACKTO
TO THEIR NATIVE NATIVElAND NATIVElANDJKRUSALEM LAND LANDJERUSALEM LANDJERUSALEM
JERUSALEM July 28 2SThe The Zionist Zionistmovement Zionistmovementthe Zionistmovementthe
movement movementthe the return of the Jews to toPalestine toPalMtlftla toPalestineIs
PalMtlftla Palestine IB being carried actively on oni onand onand
i and during durIng the last few months there therehas therehas thornhas
has been a arem remarkable rkable Influx of Israel Israelites IsraelItes Israelites ¬
ites Into the Holy Land LandFive LandFlvft LandFive
Five thousand Jewish emigrants from fromRueeia fromI frontItuesia
Rueeia and the Balkan States recently recentlylanded recentlylanded recentlylanded
I landed at Jaffa They will be distribut distributed ¬
ed among the various Jewish colonies colonieswhich colonieswhich colonieswhich
which are to be found in all the fertile fertiledistricts forUledistricts fertiledistricts
districts of Palestine Pale Une It looks as If Ifthe Ifthe ifthe
the Chosen Cho en People P ople are literally coming comingto
to their own again
ing a breeder of fancy tallO oMeken otdok The Themottt Thomoet Themoat
mottt striking feature of the voodoo voodoomajis voodooman voodoomans
mans man makeup equipment was wa a a narrow nar narrow > > ar arrow ¬
row line of hair pompadour pomJ 6dour extending
from the top of his head to the back backof backot backof
of his hi neck like the comb of an am
biUous young youn cockerel The remainder remainderof
of the doctors head was shaved When Whenarralsned Whenarraigned VhenarnJanecl
arraigned before the t judge he rolled his hiseyes hiseyes
eyes 86 rubbed ru a bunch of voodoo rags ragsand ratrSand ragsand
and executed ex uted other pantomimes Intend Intended Intended intended ¬
ed to cast a spell It did not work
Dawson Da wJlOn claims the possession poa eon of mys ¬
tic powers to heal the sk sick 8 k unite es e ¬
tranged lovers and remove corns corn and
bunions Mike Ike was sent to the work ¬
house with him
KING WANTS AT8 TO SEE SEESisowaths SEEr SEEMUUII
r MUUII UOH SNOW 8O AND IOE IOESisowaths IESisowaths
Sisowaths Latest Freak Is to Scale Scalethe Scalethe Scalethe
the Heights of Mt Blanc and andWalk andWalk andWalk
Walk on Snow SnowPARIS SnowPARIS SnowPARIS
PARIS July ZtThe 2 The French au authorities RUthorlUe anthorites ¬
thorities who have charge of the visit visitof Yl visitof it itof
of King Slsowath Sl owath of Cambodia Camb dla are on > n
the verge of nervous nervous prostration ptoatratihhnThe prostrationThe pro trsltnn trsltnnThe
The old monarch is a a dreadful trial trialHe trialHe
I He is J the most capricious being in the theworld theworld theworld
world He utterly disregards dl relsards his en engagements engagements engagements ¬
gagements The other day after an anentire anenUre anentire
entire army division had been mobil mob 11 ¬
ized for his benefit he changed hIs hiamind hIsmind hismind
mind about going out and refused to towitness tow1tne towitness
witness w1tne the maneuvers which hleh had been beenspecially beonspeciall beanspecially
specially speciall organized in his hi honor He Haeats Heeats Heeats
eats wheneverhe whenever e feels feel like it regard regardless rflglrdlea regardless ¬
less of regular meal hours and orders ordersanything ordersanythIng ordersanything
anything which take takes his hi fancy fancyThis tancyThis fancyThis
This is as often as not lobster He Hehas Hehas Hehas
has it broiled with his morning coffee coffeeand cOffeeI
I and stewed with his hi afternoon drinks drinksHe drinksHe drinksHe
He wakes wak up in the night and calls for formutton formutton formutton
mutton stew tew and fruit cake cakeSisowaths cakeShowath cakeSleowaths
Sisowaths latest freak is a desire to toclimb toclimb toclimb
climb Mont Blanc He says he never neversaw neyerMW neversaw
saw a big lot of ice The moat ho has liasseen baiMen hasseen
seen has ba been little chips on dishes and andin andIn andin
in drinks and he thinks snow 8no must be bea bea bea
a splendid thing thingHe thlalrHe thingHe
He insia insists ts that the grandest thing inthe In Inthe Inthe
the world would be to walk on snow snowand snownd snowrnd
and nd chip ice off glaciers lacler to eat when whenever when wheneyer whenever ¬
ever he felt like it it Everything imagi imaginable Imaginable Imaginable ¬
nable Is J being done to persuade the thedusky thedusky thedusky
dusky monarch to give up the Mont MontBianc MontBlane MontBlanc
Blanc idea ideaThe IdMThe IdeaThe
The minister of colonies has oven ovenoffered Otnoffe16d ovenoffered
offered to have an Ice plant set up in inthe Inthe Inthe
the yard of the temporary palace p lace in inhabited Inhabited inhabited ¬
habited by Sisowath and his suite but butthe hutthe butthe
the King KlR insists that he must climb climbthe climbthe climbthe
the Alps AlpsOUR AIP8OUR AlpsOUR
OUR WIFES IFES HANDIWORK HANDIWORKEver HANDIWORKEver HANDIWORKEver
Ever since we broke Into the publish publishing publishIng publishing ¬
ing business our wife wlte has bean teasing teasings
us s to set type says Ralph Tannnl Be BeIn BeIng Belag
In lag short a hand this thl week wo told her borto hrrto herto
to get busy After four hours patient patientlabor patientlaoor patientlabor
labor she had set up the following followingew
ew seesroh see roh taenfl t en eht sah uztcbaS uztcbaSytnuoc uzteba81tnuoc aztebaSytnuoc
ytnuoc ahemeN ahem eN taz uoY nuts as reve reverleht reverleht roverieht
rleht rot aflafla ntJa a elttil a i I evas firemarf eremarinwo firemarfnwo sremnrtllWO
nwo kcotfl
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FIFrV POISONERS POISONERSOF POISONERSIFCHEAP
OF IFCHEAP CHEAP CANDY CANDYQuakf CANDYQuaker
Quaker r City Campaigns CampaignsAgainst CampaignsAgainst CampaignsAgainst
Against Sweets That Deal DealDeath DealO DealDeath
Death DeathGLUCOSE O DeathGLUCOSE ath athGLUCOSE
GLUCOSE IS UNWHOLESOME UNWHOLESOMEHeavily UNWHOLESOMEHeavily UNWHOLESOMEHeavily
Heavily Loaded With Sulphites SulphltesAlso SulphltesAlsoContains SulphitesAlsoContains Also AlsoContains
Contains Tracts of Arsenic ArsenicSomc ArsenicSomcD1ylacetate ArsenicSomeAmylacetate Some SomeAmylacetate
Amylacetate
PHILADELPHIA July 38Candle 38Candleand ScaBdIand Candles Candlesand
and especially esP < oClftl1y the th Mud of candles thatare that thatare thatare
are manufactured for penny customer eustomsrehave customerhave euatDm euatDmhne
have come under general suspicion suspicionsince susplolonslnco suspicionsince
since t the > > e State dairy and food depart department department department
ment discovered that glucose is adulterated adul adulterated adulterated ¬
terated with sulphites sulphitesIn Bulphlten
In n all of these tit cheaper candies glucose glucoseIs
Is used for the body and as soon as asProf asProf 8 8Prot
Prof La Wall Van chemist for State Dairy Dairyand Dah Dahand DairYand
and Food Commissioner Cmml loner Warren had haddiscovered baddlscoered haddiscovered
discovered that the glucose was crook crooked crooked crooked ¬
ed Harry P Cassidy Oa aldy Dr Warrens Warrensagent Warrenasont Warrensagent
agent started immediately immedl ely to t > gather In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the candle for analysis analysisAs aftalrltisAs analystsAs
As a result of this thl new Investigation Investigationfifty Inve Investigationarty ttptlon ttptlonfiny
fifty or more warrants will be Issued l u841 in inthla 1ftthIs inthis
thIs city within the next few days daysCassidy cia ciaCtUHddY daysCosaidy
Cassidy said that the greater portion portionof vortlonor
of cheaper candles he has sampled thus thusfar thu thutar thusfar
far contain at least one poison and andsome andsome
some 8 me of them have as many as a three threedifferent Uar UardUTerent threedifferent
different kinds of adulterants adulterantsPoison a4uItlIUtLPolson adulterantsPoison
Poison for a Penny PennyHere PennyHere PennyHere
Here Is a list of the penny enny indlgestl indlgestlbles IndlUhIps indigeaUbles
bles which are very popular p 19ular among amott < < the theschool theschool theschool
school children and which have havefound been beenfound beenfound
found by b1 chemical analysis anal to containadulterants contain conta1AaduHeraDta containadulterants
adulterants that are deleterious to tohealth tohealth tohealth
health healthFudge healthFudge healthFudge
Fudge taffy hoes shovels ahov rakes an and anltorks andforks l lforks
forks marshmallow policemen pollcem bloomer bloomergirls btooInerxlrla bloomergirls
girls and oats CMt ice cream CT m balls bel all the thedifferent Uaedifferent thedifferent
different varieties of taffy on sticks In Indlan Indian Indian
dian t gads ads iI raspberries rNpber health kia kl klbartlett kisee kiseebartlett se sebartlett
bartlett pears J coooadoras doraa targets targtshopsky targetshopsky tartretho
hopsky ho sk bars Philadelphia suckers suckerslemon 3uekeralemon suckerslemon
lemon drops detective whistles WhlsU choco chocolate chocolate chocolate ¬
late creams Foxy Grandpa lime drape drapeeocoanut dlOl dropscocoanut S SOOCOflftut
cocoanut punches Iced ooeoatlnes plain plainooooatines plaJnOCKIOftlue plainooooatrhes
ooooatines lady la4 Angers cream er wafers waferschocolate war warchocolate waferschocolate
chocolate mints fig ftt bars marshmallow marshmaliowbananas marsillaaUowbananu marshmallowbananas
bananas auto chocolates peach HIACh stone stonemoney stonemoney tone tonemoney
money squares IUSIM PanAmerican bars violet vio violet violet ¬
let kisfttt fie cocoa ban cream creamswitches or orswlteh creamswitches
switches swlteh caramels caramelsMost caraMelsWOllt caramelsMost
Most of the alleged aU chocolates arenothing are arenothing areR
nothing R thlnl but burnt umber the same samechemical samechemical me mechemical
chemical that is used in painting houses housesThe MUMThe housesThe
The marshmallow mar hmallGW eats dogs do < < a polio noUcemAft poliomen polleensen
men etc e contain in addition to sul sulphites sulphites iulpkltN ¬
phites amylacetate flavoring This Is IsIdentically taIcMntteally isIdentically
Identically the same thing that is used usedIn U88ClIn usedin
In gang steam radiators sad can be bedetected bedetected bedetected
detected anywhere by Its banana odor odorMost odort odorMoat
Most t of the candies candI contain aniline anilinecolors anlUDeeoIors anilinecolors
colors
Arsenic Used Toe ToeIn TNIn TeeIn
In experimenting with the glucose PueolleterMY yes yesterday yesterday ¬
terday Professor La Wall ali discovered cttscovftredthat dtMonnMIthat discoveredthat
that it t was wa not only heavily loaded with withsulphites withsuiphtte ith ithulphlt
sulphites ulphlt but that it contained traces tracesof UaOMor tracesof
of arsenic arsenicFew araenteFew arsenicFew
Few persons have any idea Jde of the ex extent extt oxtent ¬
tent of the cheap candy Industry In Phil Philadelphia PbUadelp Philadelphia ¬
adelphia adelp la There are at least a dosen dosenlarge dosenlarge doomlarge
large factories fac and Del Jobbing houses here herewhich herewhich e ewhlek
which deal exclusively In penny eDD7 eDD7tor goods goodsfor goodsfor
for children and Cassidy asserts ta that thatfully tuttullY thatfully
fully Tf > per cent of the candy dlspensed dlspensedby c1tpen dispenseed dispenseedby ed edhy
by them among th t the children of f the city cityIs cityIIJ cityis
Is poisoned poisonedIn
In this crusade Cassidy has made it a apoint apoint apoint
point to buy direct from the factories factoriesso taeton taetono
so o that It will not be the innocent re retailer retailer retaller ¬
tailer who will 11 suffer but the poisoners poisonersthemselves JOteohenIthem poisonersthemselves
them themselvesDEMOCRACY themselves themselvesDEMOCRACY eh8 eh8DEMOCRACY
DEMOCRACY PERVADING PERVADINGEXCLUSIVE PERVADINGEXCLUSIVE PERVADINGEXCLUSIVE
EXCLUSIVE OLD CLUBS CLUBSLONDON CLUBSLONDO CLUBSLONDON
LONDON July 28 SThe The wave of de democracy denKcraey demecraey ¬
mocracy which to spreading preadta over the thecountry thecountry thecountry
country shows signs 8I s of reaching aehl the theoldfashioned UNoIdfubloned theoldfashioned
oldfashioned exclusive London dubs dubsThe clubsThe dubsThe
The Naval and Military MUlt Club the smartest smart smartest MlWLrtest ¬
est and most conservative institution ln tltutloft In InLondon InLondon InLondon
London has led the way The dub dubcommittee clubcommittee dubcommittee
committee is making makl strenuous efforts effortsto effortsto effortsto
to get rid of the outofdate and ultra ultraTory ultraTory ultraTory
Tory old gentlemen who spend their theirdays theirdas theirdays
days telling each other that the serv service SMlee men menlee ¬
lee is going to the dogs by Jove JoveThere JoveTher6 JoveThere
There are 1 t least 2MO 2 young men menwaiting menwaiting menwaiting
waiting to join the club but the com committee eotftmlttee committee ¬
mittee realizes that it will be a difficult difficultmatter dlftleultmatter difficultmatter
matter to carry out their campaign campaignMeanwhile eamplp1ofe campaignMeanwhile
1ofe Meanwhile nwhlle other dribs ela are following followingthe toilowi followingthe g gthe
the example set by the Naval and andMilitary andmlttlry andMilitary
Military and are making every effort effortto elrortto effortto
to introduce Introdu now ft W blood bloodMAJESTIES bloodMAJESTIES bloodMAJESTIES
MAJESTIES PROHIBITED PROHIBITEDFROM PROHIBITEDFROM PROHIBITEDFROM
FROM PLAYING BRIDGE BRIDGELONDON BRIDGELONDON BRIDGELONDON
LONDON July JulIt 38 2SIt It is an open secret secretthat Heretthat secretthat
that the Queen is as fond of bridge as asthe a athe asthe
the King I lng but she dislikes playing for foranything toranything foranything
anything but nominal stakes stakesHer stakesHer stakesHer
Her majesty ma ty was therefore a little littlesurprised littlesurprised littlesurprised
surprised and annoyed when her beatenthe hostess hostessthe host hostthe
the Duchess of Northumberland who whoentertained whoentertained whoontertalned
entertained both the King and Queen Queenat Queenat Queenat
at Alnwick Castle announced in InmArked a amarked amarked
marked manner that she never allowed allowedcards allowedcards allowedcards
cards In her house houseIt houseIt houseIt
It was probably the dullest two days daysever daysever daysever
ever spent by y their majesties
IMPRISONED IMP ISONED IN BOX CAR CARSHUNNED GARSHUNNED < iSHUNNED
SHUNNED BY CHRISTIANS CHRISTIANSLEPER CHRISTIANSLEPER CHRISTIANSLEPER
LEPER YEARNS FOR SYRIA
George Rossett Ro ssett Thinks ThinksWaters ThinksWaters ThinksWaters
Waters of Siloam PoolWould Pool PoolWould PoolWould
Would Cure Him HimSICK HinlSICK HimSCC
SICK HE WANTS V ANTS TO DIE DIEWest DIEI DIEWestVirginia DIEWest
I
West WestVirginia Virginia Sent Him Off OffPennsylvania OffPen OffPennsylvania
Pennsylvania Pen nsy IvaniaReft Refused ReftisedHim RefusedHim sed sedHi
Him Hi Admission Adnlis io
BALTIMORE July lDr 2L Dr John S SFulton ShUon flFulton
Fulton secretary tary of th the itate board of ofhealth orhealth ofbealth
health arranged to leave town today todaywith tooywith todaywith
with the Syrian leper George Roesett Roesettor Roe Rosettor tt ttor
or lUahid in an attempt a tampt to pet the t1eI t1eIJnto toper toperinto leperInto
into the hands ot the West W t Virginia Virginiaboard Vlrdnlboard Vlrglniboard
board of health healthDr healthDr healthDr
Dr Fulton ha has written to the State Stateboard Stateboards tata tataboarda
board of health of every State bordering border bordering boIClwIng ¬
ing oa West Virginia advising a Yiatng them of ofhis ofhi ofhis
his hi move and telling them to look out outfor outfor
for any attempt on the Ua part of the theWest UteVest thewest I
West Virginia health authorities to get getthe getthe
the leper M outride of the State bounder boundariea bgncIara bounderlee I
i iThe
lee again againThe a againThe
The whole movement on the part of ofDr ofDr ofDr
Dr Fulton was unexpected and his h ar arrangements arrangementa r rranaemta ¬
rangements were entirely entlret secret The TheState TheState TheState
State board had found that New York Yorkwot YorkwOtlId Yorkwoaki
wOtlId wot ld not admit the leper and that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there was no poaaI possibility Uty of getting ettta him himback himback himback
back to Syria on board a vtavel It was wasthen wasthten wasthen
then determined that Dr Fulton should shouldsecretly aboulclMereU shouldsecretly
secretly MereU put the leper I r into U the a hands if ifnot Itnot ifnot
not the territory of the Veat Virginia VirginiaState VlrgtntaState VirginiaState
State board of health healthWarned healthWarned healthWarned
Warned State Boards BoardsDr BoardsDr BoardsDr
Dr Fulton advised IUI Nd the various State Stateboards fltat fltatboan1M Skateboards
boards that be might be driven out of ofWest otJHt ofWest
West Virginia with the caper per but that thathe thathe thathe
he would not reenter Maryland with withhim withhim withhim
him Dr ITultons luUon idea te l fO o force West WestVirginia We WestVirginia t tVirginia
Virginia to retake her leper 14t1k r and a d to tocare tocare I Icare
care for him in place pike of patting < < the theburden theburden theburden
burden on another Built It is under understood understood ¬
I
stood that the Baltimore and Ohio Ohiorailroad Ohiorailroad Ohiorailroad
railroad is I actively coop eooSoiT1n Sing rr ing < < In fur furnishing turmehln furnishing ¬
nishing mehln Dr Fulton and t tie e leper every everyfacUity neryracUlty everyfaculty
faculty to reach West Virginia soil I so soas 80ail soas
as to relieve the railroad of the great greatinconvenience grtIneonvenienee greatInconvenience
inconvenience it has ha hal 1 from the thelepers the1ePfra thelepers
lepers presence pre nee on railroad rat JOad ground groundRossett groundRouett groundRoaaett
Rossett is trying to get back to his hisold hisold da daold
old home In Satda Syria because beea he hebelieves hebelieve hebelieves
believes that the waters of the Pool of ofSiloam ofSlIMm ofSiloam
Siloam win cure him of his h malady but butth buttbo butthe
th the Pennsylvania official are unwilling unwflttngto un unto
to even let him pass through t rough that State Stateon Stateon Slateon
on hU way to New York There Iber is a aleper aleper aleper
leper colony In New York on North NorthBrother NorthBrother NorthBrother
Brother Island and the man is wllltng wllltngto wti al alto
to go p there re if he to permitted permittedDr
Dr Fulton the secretary of the Mary Maryland Maryland Jary JaryJand ¬
land board of health lh baa bII written writ to tothe tothe tothe
the New York health authorities and andasked andasked lid lidaeeI
asked th theM m whether the man could be bereceived bereceJwd bereceived
received there He received a letter letterfrom lettertrom letterfrom
from Pr Doty D > ty the chief quarantine ofAar of officer offtcet ¬
ficer of New York who said the matter matterwould matterwould tter tterwould
would be referred to the board oC 0 health healthSince healthmaee healthSince
Since then Dr Fulton nit hat Iud heard noth nothing nothlag ¬
lag further
Chance ir far Charity CharityShould C1YrityShould CharityShould
Should some charitably disposed per person pe pe80ft person ¬
son step hlp forward and ad provide the tMt means meansthe meansthe
the t e problem of getting Rossett back to toSyria toSyria toSyria
Syria and out of the country might Hli t be
WILL wiLL SEND OFFICIAL OFFICIALItalian OFFIGIALTO OFFIIATO h
TO TRIAL 0 OF f RIOTERS RIOTERSItalian
Italian Authorities Ask to Be Repre Represented RepreaentGl Representod ¬
sented While Case Is in inCourt iDCourt inCourt
Court CourtAt CourtA CourtAt
At A t the request of the Italian ambassa ambassaGovernor ahabassador 10 10dor
dor Ute State Depu t tGOlfer has eked ekedGovernor
Governor GOlfer Glenn of North Nort orth Carolina ea to topermit topermit topermit
permit th the Italian government ernm at to have havea bay baya
a representative at the trial of the themembers theJDelftbeni themembers
members of the sang JPm < < charged with mur murdering ache achedaring M Mdering ¬
dering several Italian subjects m 1ft that thatState thatState thatState
State about two months ago The killing kill killing klllIn ¬
ing In occurred in one on of the mountain mountaincounties mountaJftcounties mountaincounties
counties where in an entirely white whitepopulation whitepopulatlott whitepopulation
population there is a strong UOII aversion aversionto aver lon lonto
to negroes and foreigners foreignersThe foreignersThe foreignersThe
The Italians taU were employed as labor laborers 1a1l laborers or orera ¬
ers in th the < construction of railroads raUr and andwere andwere andwere
were attacked att kecl by b a gang anc and several severalwere Mtveralwere severalwere
were killed m In the affray alfra It appears appearsthat appearathat appearsthat
that the mob sought to run the foreign foreigners toreJpout foreigners ¬
ers out of the country untry and 1 when wh they theyrefused Ute7refuM theyrefused
refused refuM to leave attacked them under underpretense underpretense underpretense
pretense of making arrests The mat matter matter ¬ I Iter
ter was brought to the attention of the theItalian theItaUan theItalian
Italian government ov mment which wb h has under undertaken undertaken undertaken ¬
taken to assist the State In thaproaecuthin thepro thpIOiIeCU eeu eeutkm
thin of the men charged with the crime crimePRECEDENCE crimePRECEDENCE crimePRECEDENCE
PRECEDENCE IN HADES HADESHow HAD HADESHow S SHow
How about this extortionate coal coalbaron eealbaron eoalbaron
baron SpiketailT t Ssall S all ll I put him In Inthe 1fttb inthe
the tb lower oer pitNo pit pitNo pitY pitYNo
No answered the imp addressed addressedPut addre addressedPut ed edPut
Put him in the next pit above Were Werereserving Werereserving Yer Yerre
reserving re ervlnlt that bottom pit for extortion extortionate fxtorUonate extortionate ¬
ate icemenLouisville Icemen Louisville CourierJournal
S S7 55 Very VeryBestTeth Best Teeth TeethExtraoting 7
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Extraoting x1 x1Each InclUded InclUdedEach
Each member of this association is a dental specialist specialisthe specialisthedoes he hedoes
does one thinir thingand and does it well wellfar far better than the private prac pracnever practitioner practitioner
titioner who trys rys to master aU the branches of his i ofession andnever and andnever
never excels in any branch branchFOR branchANA
A Wonderful Scientific ScientificDiscovery ScientificRESSURE ScientificDiscovery
flRESSUREANAESTHES1A RESSURE ANA ESTHESIA Discovery for Filling FillingTeeth FillngTeeth
Teeth and Extracting ExtractingNerves Extractmgt ExtractingFFOR
Nerves Absolutely AbsolutelyWithout A AbsolutelyWithout bsol utely utelyt
FFOR FOR t t OR PAINLESS n rAINLESS DENTISTRY 0 ENTISTRY Without Pain PainCor PainUS PainAssociation
US ilf Dental Association AssociationCor
Cor n D an and 7th Streets
1 1 1FIGHTiNG
FIGHTING FATE FATEJuly FATEJuly I IJuly
July lGeorge Rossett Ro ett a Syrian Syrianpeddler 8rrtaaItttddl Syrianpeddler
peddler Itttddl who had developed a cana canaof ca e eof
of leprosy at Etkins Elkl W V Va start started started tart tartI tartod ¬
ed for the leper colony at North NorthBrother ort1t ort1tBrother
I Brother Island N Y YJuly YI YJuly
July l9Reached West Virginia VirginiaJunction VIJ VirginiaJunction 11a 11aJuneUon
I Junction on a freight train UalnJuly UwsJuly trainJuly
July 30 SArrlved Arrived at Cumberland after afterspending aftrpending aftsrspending
spending a part of the day at Keyser KeyserAt KeyrAt KeysrAt
At night Bossett was w taken to Kvltts Kvlttsereek Bvttt Bvttte Evlttsi
creek e by the Cumberland authorities authoritiesand authortU authoritiesi
I i i and placed P ed In an eastbound Baltimore BalttmereOhio Baltimoreand j jand
and Ohio freight car oarJuly carJul carJuly
July Jul M 1car Car containing Rossett Roe tt ar arrived arI1vecl arrived ¬
rived at Mt tit Clare and was v trans transferred tra trafred transferred ¬
ferred u to > a train bound bo d for New NewYork NewYorhrlate Janie JanieYorklate
York Yorhrlate late at night a detachment detaclJm nt of ofBaltimore orDalttJllON ofBaltimore
Baltimore policemen meeting meeUtt the thetrain thetrain
train on arrival arrlYllJuly here hereJuly hereJuly
I
July nR Jlnott s tt arrived at Locust LocustPoint LOCVtPoint LocustPoint
Point and Wall started for New York Yorkin YorkIn YorkIn
in a a box jar ar At Philadelphia the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train wa Wa net by b the health authorities author authorities authorIW ¬
IW ities and Rossett was sent back to toBaltimore toBaltlntere toBaltinisne
Baltimore in the same oar oarJuly carJul7 tierJuly
July 3 JlDo SiBoseett Rossett ett arrived at Bu Bumore Balti Baltimore DIUmOre ¬
more In his ear and was rtdetracketl rtdetracketlat Idtrackedat
at Golden Ring In Baltimore eoun county eounty eounty ¬
ty beyond Bayview State health healthauthorities healthauthorities healthauutorltles
authorities visited the man manJuly maaJuly manJuly
July Si ttROtI iiiRonett Ro s ett tt In an interviewsaid J Interview Interviewsaid rvtew rvtewu1d
said he wanted to get back to Syria Syriaand Syriaand Syriaand
and bathe in the ptcl JKo of Siloam Siloamwhich SUoamwhich Siloamwhich
which be thinks will c cre > re him himJuly himJuly himJuly
July fDaJUmor8 S Baltimore county authori authorities aatborlthM aathorites ¬
ties assume ume charge ehar of the leper and andfurnished Andturnlahed andfurnished
furnished him food arJ guards r to tosee toMe tosee
see that no one goes soe near him himJuly himJuly himJuly
July Itcounty and State health healthauthorities healthauthorities healthauthorities
authorities tried to find some way to toget toKet toget
get Rossett to a leper colony but butwithout butwithout butwithout
without success successJuly successJuly ucc uccJUly
July 27 27Bassett 1 Roesett o ett was visited vt ited by b a anumber anumber anumber
number of curious persons who gave gavehim b1Lyehim gavehim
him food and clothing clothingJuly elothlftgJut clothingJuly
July Jut at sDr Dr Fulton of the State Stateboard State1Ioard Stateboard
board of health arranged to t send HII the theleper theleper theleper
leper back to West We t Virginia Virginiaeasy Vlratntaeu7 Virginiaeasy
+
easy of solution The man wants to go gohome fJOOIIte gohome
home OIIte to tf Syria ad hr It > should S CHtld be per permitted perinitted r rialu ¬
mitted ialu to go 0 there Intake Dr Fulton FultonDr FuUonDr FultonDr
Dr Fulton has ascertained through throughthe throughthe throughthe
the Federal authorities that the mans mansstory manscory mansstory
story Is true He came to America four fouryears tourYIIIIIII fouryears
years ago CO and therefore ther tore has not had hadtime hadt hadtime
time t enough to become beeo a fullfledged fullfledgeddtteen fuJlftedgeddUMn fullfledgedcitizen
citizen The name of the ship htp on which whichhe whehhe whichhe
he salved is I known to the authorities authoritiestogether authoritiestogether thorlUM thorlUMtoceth
together toceth with the date of his ht arrival arrivalDr arrivalDl arrivalDr
Dr Fulton is very much mUC exasper exasperated exa exasperated r rated ¬
ated with West Virginia Vir from fro which whichState whichState whichState
State Rossett came cam to toHan Ma AtAgtjehd AtAgtjehdHands elaad elaadHand
Hand Han c it to BsardftT BsardftTWest Beard BeardbvWet I IUWeitt
West Virginia Iratn is J the only onlyState State east eastof eastof t tof
of the Mississippi s said M Dr Fulton this thismorning thismonal1t thismorning
morning monal1t < < whose health officers I am amnot amnot amnot
not acquainted with The State does doesnot ttoe ttoenot doesnot
not seem to have any board of health healthBossett healthRoaMtt healthRosett
Bossett complained yesterday after afternoon afterI afterJaGnft afternoon ¬
I noon and last t night of being Mln < < ill He was wasrestless w w1u wasrstlees
restless 1u and paced aCed up and a d down the thetrack theb thetrack
track b beside be ide his car This feeling feelingcoupled t tcoupMd feelingooupled
coupled with the fear that b he will w t tOM spend spendthe spendthe
the rest of his h days la the box ear led ledhim ledto eft eftto
him to wish for death He told Patrol Patrolman FatrolJ Patrolinns ¬
man J Theodore Kramer yesterday y after afterBoon artertllat afterneon
Boon that h be wI wished IuMI he was dead de 4 as asthere a8there asthere
there seemed emecl no chance of o his h ever get getting getting 8t 8ttl8 ¬
tl8 ting back to Syria SyriaTREATED SyriaTREATED
TREATED BY DOCTOR DOCTORPhysician DOCTORFOUND DOUTORS
S FOUND DEAD IN BED BEDPJly BEDPhysician
Physician PJly dan Tells Ten Traveling Man He Has HasDisordered HuDiHrdered HasDiserdered
Disordered Liver Li LiverBell rBell Bell Boy BoyDiscovers BoyDis4ovars BoyDiacovors
Discovers Corpse CorpseCINCINNATI CerpseCINCL CorpseCINCINNATI
CINCINNATI CINCL NATI Ohio July SL 8rllllam 8rllllamH William WilliamH Vi1NamH
H Hoteke a trav traveling man about fifty flftyyears fttty7erS fiftyyam
years of age thought to be a resident of of5f nrXew ofNew
5f New w York was w found dead d m In his bed bedat 1Mdat bedat
at the Munro Hotel this th1 morning mornn He Heregistered
registered as from New ew York Friday Fridayevening Fridaycvhhng lrld 7 7c
evening c when he arrived at the t e Munroe Munroeaid Munroeatd lunroead
aid complained of feeling il ilA mA iiA
A physician who was wa called o led m In stated statedthat statedthat statedthat
that the man was 8 evidently sufferingfrom
from a disordered liver and prescribed Ne crlbed a aI
I remedy remedyA
A bell boy found him dead e d when he INt hewatt
1 went t to 0 the room to call Mm Undathe URdathe
the mans man arm was w the butt of a cigar cigarl clararhad cigarin
in l had been 1 Hft smoking when he wasstricken was wasstricken wutdc
stricken tdc n A AoIe hole was burned bttlR In m hi ktfI nightgown night nightgown nleht801a
gown where here the t cigar had fallenHolake fallen fallenHoiake raJI raJIHolake
Holake was traveling for Morton Iocon IoconI L LHeinhard B BHeinhard
Heinhard cis Co a New York cloth concern con conHINDU concern
I cern cernHINDU cernHINDU
HINDU PLAYS VIOLINVIOLONCELLO VIOLIN VIOLINVIOLONCELLO VIOLINVIOLONCELLO
VIOLONCELLO STYLE STYLELONDON STYLELONDON STYLELONDON
LONDON July M iIA A Hindu violinistwho violinist violinistwho violinistwho
who plays his hJ instrument as a cello celloheld celloKId celloheld
held between the knees Is the latestnovelty latest latestnovelty 1atestnovelty
novelty on the London concert platform platformDorasami plattonnDoraaml platformDorasami
Dorasami la a Madras of twentysix twentysixand twenty twentysixand lx lxand
and appears with native turban and andsash andsash andsash
sash
MllK MILKMAIDS 1Ams JOB JOBNOW JOBNOW
NOW IN JEOPARDY JEOPARDYVacuum
Vacuum Engine Invented to toDraw toDrav toDraw
Draw Lacteal Fluid FluidFrom FluidFrom FluidFrom
From Cows CowsANIMALS CowsANIMALS CowsANIMALS
ANIMALS RATHER LIKE IT ITOne ITOne ITOne
One Machine Milks Twoaad One Man ManCan ManCan ManCan
Can Run un Three Milkers Milkersat MIlkerst
t at a at Once OnceBURLINGTON OnceBURLINGTON OnceBURLINGTON
BURLINGTON N J July Jut ItThe SLThemerry 21 ItThemerry The Themerry
merry milkmaid so long the inspira inspiration iAaplraUon Inepiration ¬
tion of the spring poet and IMI the delight delightof deU delightof < < bt btot
of the story > > tory book tales tal may soon be become betOm become ¬
come tOm a personage of the past to be re recalled reea1led recalled ¬
called only In the dim memory of the theolder theolder theolder
older generation if a newly DeI patented patentedprocess patentedprocess tented tentedprooeaa
process for milking cows cow by machinery machineryilnds Jllebtnery3JH1 machineryfinds
finds 3JH1 favor with the farmers and Del dairy dairymen dldrymen dairymen ¬
men pf f this vicinity vicinityA Yiclnlt YiclnltA
A milking machine that will ill really reallymilk reallymUkfL reallymilka
milk mUkfL a thing long thought visionary visionaryand vtaionaryand visionaryand
and Impracticable impractlca lmpracuatbles Is now being oper operated operated operated ¬
ated successfully at the biff Green 11111 Hilldairy 11111da1ry 11111dairy
dairy three miles from thl this city on onthe onthe onthe
the Oxmead i road roadApparatus roadAppat roadApparatus
Apparatus Appat for the milking of 10 ormore or ormore ormore
more cows has h been Installed at t the thedairy th thdairy thedairy
dairy during the Husk two or three threeweeks thretweek threeweeks
weeks o and the new process was givenits given givenIts KlvenIta
Its first ft t trial todayOn today todayOn todayOn
On Suction Principle PrincipleThe PrincipleThe PrincipleThe
The principle of the new machine Is lasuction Issuction issuction
suction which is secured through a avacuum avaCUUM avacuum
vacuum engine of medium pressure pressurePipes pretNlureFlp pressurePipes
Pipes Flp connecting conn ting with this vacuum engina en engine engine ¬
gine run in front of all n the cow stalls stallsami stallsand tanH tanHaJMl
and the pipes pi are fitted with taps atevery at atevery atoyery
every other stallThe stall stallThe ta1I ta1Ilhe
The machine itself consists of a atwentyquart atwentyquart atwentyquart
twentyquart can large larar at th the bottomand bottom bottomand bottomand
and small at the top fitted with a metal metallid metallid metallid
lid on whl3h hl h is 1 ah automatic regulator regulatorconnected regulatorconnected regulatorconnected
connected with the auction pipe 1M by arubber a arubber arubber
rubber rubber hose Running out from the lid lidare 11dare lidare
are two other rubber tubes four feet feetin feetin feetIn
in length and at the end of each of ofthese otthe ofthese
which fit Stover fitover titoyor
four rubber cups
these the e are
over the teats tea 8 of the cow cowThe CO COThe cowThe
The machine is I light and can easilybe easily easilybe eullybe
be moved about from place to place by bysimply bysimply bysimply
simply detaching the rubber hoe connectisg con connecting conneetiRC ¬
necting it with the vacuum pipeThe pipe pipeThe pipeTh
The Th milking process is I done by suc suction 8UCtJoB suction ¬
tion and Jtd as the lacteal fluid leaves 1 thecow the thecow therow
tube tubeInto tuoointo tubeinto
through the rubber
cow it flows o
Into the can part of the machine machineMilks machiDLMilks machineMilks
Milks Two at OnceOne Once OnceOne OnceOe
One machine milks milk two cows at a atime aUme atime
three of ofthe of1M ofthe
time and on one man can operate
the machines at t one time t By B an automatic auto automatic automatic ¬
matic fixture at the top of the machine machinethere maeh1neUtere machinethere
alternate suction and reflow re release reI ¬
there te 1 an
easy sy syof flow flowof 1owot
lease I which gives sIv a gentle
of milk mUktM the principle prt eip1e being Delft < < similar Oar to tothe totb tothe
the tb sucking of a a calf calfThe caltTh
The Th cows seemed to take kindlythe kindly to tothe tothe
the machine when it was tried on them themby themby themby
Albertson proprietor ofthe of ofthe o otbe
by Henry H
the dairy and M B Bacon his super superintendent auperIntftldel1t superintendent ¬
intendent Intftldel1tOnee intendentOnce
v vOM
OM Once or twice some of the more friskyof frisky friskyof trtakyot
of the bovines became MMBteious of the thenew theew thenew
and kicked oK 0 < < the tubes tubesfrom tubesfrom tubesfrom
new ew process
from the mAChine but these went eas easily ea easily ¬
ily replaced and the milking Ud continued continuedThe continuedTbfl continuedThe
The advocates of the machine declarethat declare declarecows declarethat
that the new method is easier on the thecows thecows
cows than the milking by handOne hand handOne handOne
One of the leading features m In favorof favor favorof favorof
of the machine Is the fact that the milkIs milk milkis milkla
is kept free from dirt and other con contamination contamination contamination ¬
tamination which hid is impossible In the thepresent thepreMnt thepresent
milked milkedby milkedby milkedby
present system y tem where cows are
used usedBy uiiedBy usedBy
by hand and open palls are
By the use Uli of the machine It is pos possible possible possible ¬
sible for one man to milk fifty cows eow In Inan Inan inan
an hour which task would take two twoexpert twoexpert wo woexpert
expert milkers much longer to do doFRENCH doFRENCH doL
FRENCH GIRL GIR L OF THIRTEEN THIRTEENSKILLFUL THIRTEENSKILLFUL
SK1LLF SK1LLFGENEVA SKILLFUL GIRUL UL MOUNTAINEER MOUNTAINEERGENEVA MOUNTAINEERGENEY
GENEVA July 2SA girl of thlrteen thlrteenIsabelle thlrteenIbelle thirteenIsabella
herself anintrepid an anintrepid anintreplcl
lhas proved
Isabelle La Laugelhaa g
intrepid and skillful mtul mountaineer by byclimbing byclhllbl3g byclimbing
climbing the Aiguille de la M I nearly nearly12MO
12MO feet nigh nighThis hl h hThis
This peak one of the most difficult d ddangerous and anddangerous anddangecous
dangerous In the Mont Blanc range has hasvery hasery hasvery
very ery seldom been ascended a cended since the thedeath thedeath thedeath
death of Mummery the English climber climberwho cUmberyho climberwho
who first reached Its summitIsabelle summit summitIsabella summitIbelle
Isabella Laugel who Is a French girl girlmade girlmade girlmade
made the ascent without any assistance assistancefrom aMtstaneefrom assistaneefrom
from her guide Her feat must be reckoned reck reckoned reekoned ¬
oned better by far than that of the Zer Zermatt Zermalt Zermatt
matt girl of seventeen who made the theflrst theftnt thefirst
first ascent of the Matterhorn this sea season sUon stason ¬
son on which hlen was wa recorded a week or two twoago twoaso twoago
ago as a a marvelous acoomplishmentOUIDA accomplishment accomplishmentOUIDA accomplihmentOUIDA
OUIDA DENOUNCES ETON ETONFOR ETONFOR ETONFOR
FOR HARE HUNTING SPORT SPORTLONDON SPORTLONDON SPORTLONDON
LONDON July 28 Souida Oulda the famous famousnovelist famousu famousnovelist
novelist u nUst who ho is a friend of all animals animalsand ulrnaland animalsand
and a leader In all movements to pre prevent prevent provent
vent cruelty to our dumb friends has haswritten haswritten haswritten
written from her home in Italy a a scath scathIng s scatthlag th thIng
Ing latter l ter to Canon Lyttleton headraa headraater headmuter headmaeter
ter of Eton College CollegeAt ConeS6At CollegeAt
At Eton where only the sons of r the therich thortch therich
rich men of England and America are areeducated areeducated areeducated
educated hunting hares is one of the thefavorite thefavorite thefavorite
favorite sports of the days on Saturdays Saturdaysand SaturdAsaud Saturdaysand
and holidays Oulda Ould roundly denounces denouncesCanon deeouftCtSCanon denouncesCanon
Canon Lyttleton for permitting this thiscruel tbiscruel thiscruel
cruel sport
r WindUp jI jII of Our Annual 1 1I
I I July Furniture ffurnitureJust Sale I Ir
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Just two days left of our great annual July Furniture Sale and andwe adw andwe
we w shall make them theI the busiest days of all by offering extra special specialprice specialpnce specialprice
price inducements in In every lineOf line lineOf line9f
Of 9f course the lines are not as complete now as they the were were bat batwhat botwhat butwhat
what is IS lacking in In assortment will be more than made up in In prices pricesEvery pnco pncoEvery priceEvery
Every article of Furniture in our mammoth establishment is in included in inc1ud included ¬
cluded c1ud d in this sale as well as Gocarts Go Goca < a its Baby Carriages Dinner Sets SetsRefrigerators SetsRefrigerators ts tsRefngerators
Refrigerators and Ice Chests ChestsThe ChestsThe ChestsThe
The reductions arc so great eat that you will do well to anticipate fu future fu future future ¬
ture needs and we will gladly hold your purchases until you withthem wish wishthem wl h hthem
them delivered deliveredYou deliveredYou
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extreme reduction and pay the bills withouc interest in small week weekly weekly weekly
ly or monthly amounts amountsPETER amountsETERGROGAN
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