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niCHXIOlTD DAILY PAUUU)Iimt MONDAY, JtJJ-Y 1, lOOl.
OUR CONSTANT AIM) I TO SELL THE ... IN THE MARKET . . IF YOU WANT FI.ITIT JAU l.UJIllEItS CAN LIDS SKAUMJ WAX! JKLLV (.LASSES (il ASS CANS TIN CANS We have them, ami would lie very glad to fill your order. john f. McCarthy. BEE HIVE RUIT Lighting, Tin JELLY cans Hest Virginia Sealing Wax, the test ir too an it at tbs tit HOT, ITS 0030. W. E. OOO OOO OOO OOO 6 I MAIN AMD S. Oth. O L 9 o o ISo. 98. Your attention dear friend, while tell you the news. At Hdisley's new shoe store is the place to buy shoes ; His pallor is new ami rvt r thing's neat. He has shoes 111 store for any sie feet. Hi.s styles are the latest, the quality's the best, Just walk iu and see linn and he'll do the rest. His clerks are gentlemen and courteous to all, So iu looking for shoes jiwt give him a call. oTK THE liNO I wish to thank the many contributors and everybody for i, iue great interest shottn in these ads, and also for the very liberal patronage in the tirst three months of my business. I have eoiue special good things in summer I'Hitwtar. The winner will !e announced as foou as the committee can decide. Remember, no names will le given to the comnittee. & 2:0 m m ri:-s Lrs&i Telephones 41) Richmond Palladium MONDAY, JULY 1, 11XU. r itii:c-if ;.' u i su t: lMsiiiM and Si'iiin; of MoiMI. the Sun ami MlU. I Mimu. Kises 4:.kJ Sets 7:34 j Sets 3:0 a. in. Iutliaiia mid Olilo Weather Washington. U. C. July 1 tor Indiana Generally fair, contin ue 't warm tomirht and Tuesday. I'm- Ohio: Cloudy, contiuued warm touh: and Tuesday. LOCAL NEWS. Fletcher for hats. Go to Highland Park tonight. Go to Highland Park tonight. H-8 Go to Highland Park tonight. Girls' tans now 9Se. Humpe. Dark glasses for the sun. Haner 's. Mrs. Tom Fajjan recently returned hotne from a visit to relatives in To- peka. Kansas J. E. Bryan aud wife of Delphos, O , are visiting the family of R. W. Liuder, on not th G street. City Attorney Jessup was at Chi- cajr :iaturdaj but returned home in time or business this morning, At Oxford Saturday a team of horses while at work in a field wa sunstruck and both horses went to tally blind. Harry McGuire, traveling nassen j-er uirent of the "Frisco Line," spent Sunday with friends and rela tives in this city. The lioard t f Associated Charities will meet tomorrow, Tuesday, at the usual time and place. Members are requested to be present. City council meets this evening- in regular session. There is not a very larjje amount of business to come be fore them, so the session will likely be a short oue. Jonathan FUUott, brother of John 1 ik.. . l." 1 1: . . . t . t : . . . ! i auu jumuas i. liubtui (Uliciiy, W UO j has been visiting here for the past week, returned to his home in San t raucisco this morning. Tbe Meyer "s Recreations beat the Puno Works nine at Hihlaud park jesteruay to tne time of s to 0. The lotteries were llenner and Snyder . for the Recreations and Wallace and Kiser for the Piano Works. Tbe K tUm Herald, the new Dem ocratic paper started by Harkrider, is araiu in trouble. The publication of tbe paper was recently enjoined on application of the Gould estate, publishers of tbe Eaton Democrat. Today is city pay day all alon the in;, every employe being- paid for hi mo ith or the quarter according BEST MOOS GROCERY IN o o 6 JARS o Masons, Standards. CLASSES. CAN RUBBERS. Quality. Lowest Pkices made, 2 large eticks, 5c. o o HASTINGS o 0 O'OO O-OO OOO OOO A Pointer On Sewer Pipe We have everything vou ,vant in SEWER PIPE and Fittings. Mather Bros. Co. to the office held. The amount paid out this way was about $3,HHI. In includes everybody from mayor to janitors. Go to Highland Park tonight. Geo. W. llarnes has tjood and am ple storage room. - Ed M. Haas and wife spent Sun day at Lake Max ink uckee. Our stock of suitings is by far the I largest in the city. Geo. W. Schep- mau. Harry Estell of Dayton spent Sun day with friends and relatives in this city. E. P. Denison of Chicago spent Sunday with friends and relatives in this city. Go to Highland Park tonight. Get a pair of correctly fitted spec tacles at Haner s, blu Main street Go to Highland Park tonight. See Schepman before you buy your summer suit. Spectacles correctly fitted at Haner s. Go to Highland Park tonuht Joshua Hunt took a business trip to Ridgeville and neighboriLg towns today Mr. and Mrs. H. B Waite of Chi cairo were the guests of friends at The Westcott over Sunday. The first excursion of the season to Pay ton yesterday was not as largely patronized as expected. Mrs. Henry Eugelbert and Mrs. Joseph Engeloert spent Sunday with friends and relatives in Logans- port. Archer Street and wife and Bert Short and wife go to Marion next week to give a Cecilian recital at the Lome of S. W. Gilhlan. The Ladies of the W. R. C. will Kive an icecream supper at the home of Mrs. C. Iv. Harne;, 1J north sixth street. All are invited The C. W. B. M. of the Christian church will meet a the home of lie v. Spioer, 424 south twelfth street, to morrow afternoon at 3 o dock. There will lie a congregational meeting at the Second Presbyterian church on the evening of Thursday, July 11th, for tbe purpose of elect inol I iUt I !. The C. Ii. fc M. construction g&ag j3 expected to reach Muncie bv Wed- pec nesday of this week, and through trams from Cottage drove to that city will soon be in operation. A visitor yesterday remarked on the number of men here who wear Iv.ih suspenders and a leather belt. II. said he did not see this done in other cities and wondered what the idea was. Camden, Ohio, wbileoneof the pret-ti-st lo$is in Ohio has had no fac t .ries e&ept tbe Nonpareil, which of late years- has dropped out of sujht a koo -e on account oi me sick ness of Mr. Mo.hristie, the propri et r. Tbe people are in ereat trlee pow over the location there of a tig tobacco f a, tory. Matraw tbe Druggist seil Hammer paint 91.32 per gallon. Frank Krebs and wife of G35 south II street are the parents of a baby girl. J. M. Coe has returned from a two weeks' trip through Iowa and Ne braska. Mrs. Jonas Gaar. who has been visiting friends in Chicago, returned home today. There will be music and fireworks at the Country club on the day and evening of July 4. Will and Volrey Huff of Indi anaolis spent Sunday with their parents in this city. Miss ttertba Hutchinson of Brook -ville is the guest of Miss Rena Haner of south fourth street. The Philharmonic quartet fur nished music during the dinner hour at the Arlington yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. S. f. Jones left to day for Cripple Creek., to visit rela tives for about two months. Mrs. Marsh Stevens of Rushville, who has been the truest of Mrs. Benj. Crump, returned home today. Miss Ella McCoy of Cambridge City is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Will Hastings, for a few days. Mr. J. B. Young and son, Hugh, are the guests of George Highly and family atConnersville this week. Mr. and Airs. Leon Reser of north sixteenth street were the guests of friends in Piqua, O., over Sunday. David Kitchell and wife of Kitch ell's station were tbe guests of John S. Iredell of north seventeenth street today Miss Kate Echoltz of Indianapolis, was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. r Lancaster of north 11 street over Sunday. Mrs. II. L. Dorm ire of north fif tee-tit h street left today for Camden, O.. ou a visit to her mother, Mrs. Wash Walls.. Ray Lawder of north sixteenth street left today on a visit to friends in New Paris, Dayton and other joints in Ohio. Mrs. George W. Pearay and daugh ter of Indianapolis are the guests of her brother, William M. llittle, of north fifteenth street. The family of Charles Crowder ar rived in the city Saturday from Ko kouio They will occupy tbe Esiiiacber property, 04 Randolph street. Miss Florence Stalcup of Toledo, O. , who has been tbe guest of J. G Childress and wife for the past two weeks, left today for Wichita, Kas. Magaw the Druggist sells Hammer Paint $1.32 per gallon. 3-lmo John Luelleman of Saginaw, Mich., will be the guest of his brother. Prof. D. W. Luelleman, of south third street during the coming week. Mrs. Mary A. White and daughter, Nellie, who have been visiting rel v lives and friends in this city, have re turned to their home in Philadel phia. Archibald Campbell and wife of north sixteenth street are visiting the parents of the latter, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Ilerschberger, in Haters town. The majority of the thermometers in this city yesterday registered 100: m the shade. It was without doubt' the hottest day so far this summer . in this city. The Fourth of July rates on rail roads entering this city wilt be as usual. Tickets will be on sale July 3 and 4 and are good for returning until July 5. A complaint against Joseph Young will come before 'Squire Couuer's court Friday, for nuisance, for dump ing objectionable matter on a farm north of the city. Miss Carrie Oblinger of German town, O., Mrs. W. I. Allen, Miss Nellie Lowe and Charles A Hlair formed a dinner party at The West cott last evening. The traction line did a remarka ble business yesterday. The Glen, Driving park and Earlham cars were crowded from early morniug until the last car was run into tbe baru Mr. and Mrs. Bert Smyser left yesterday for a two weeks' trip to points in the east. Before returning they will spend several days at the Pan-American exposition at Buffalo. A meeting iu the interest of the public waiting rooms will be held this evening at the Friends north A street meeting house. Business men and others are requested to be pres eut. The police department are using temporarily an express wagon while the patrol wagon is undergoing nec essary repairs. It will be out of the shop within a few days nicely paint ed. J. M. Coe is back from his western trip, in which he saw the most of Sioux City and Gales burg. He was particularly interested in the corn crop, which he says is not so good as in ayne county. Two extra coaches were attached to the train going east this morning, tilled with employes of the tin plate works at El wood and their families, en route to Pittsburg, where they will remain until early this fall, when the tin plate works will again resume work. 3 Mad -dog bites cured in five min utes by Dr. De Coursey's Irish Lini ment. Manufactured by J. S. Fitz- gibbens, 48 south seventh. GREAT SALE IMMENSE STOCK to TU 7 inch Jardinieres, worth 8 inch 9 inch " " .,. - 10 inch 11 inch 12 inch JI. M. JOH.ES & CO., 1.1 AINTA1NSREC0RD Y abash Train Wrecked Last Week Kills Four At Cross in- A FAMILY WIPED OUT c. L. Shaffer and Wife and Two Daughters Caught at a Cross ing' Soar Huntington. While Returning From Church Their Carriage Was Struck By Fast Train. Ilnntlngton, Ind., July 1. While re turning from church last evening C I Shaffer, his wife and two daugh ters were run down by west-bound passenger train N'o. 3 on the Wabash railroad. Another daughter was ter ribly crushed and bruised and cannot recover. The train which crushed the J life out of the three unfortunate vie-I tiws was the same train that was wrecked at Cass last Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Shaffer were instantly killed. The body of ouaffer was hor ribly mangled. The younger girl, Lil lian, was badly crushed and both her legs were broken. She died while be ing conveyed to a nearby house. Mary, a - 7-years-old daughter, was terribly crushed and is lying at the point of de&th. The accident occurred on a crossing west of the city, the . train striking the carriage squarely in the middle, throwing the father and nioth reer and younger daughter on one side of the track and the older girl on the other side. Nothing was left of the carriage but splinters. The Shaffers were among the most prominent res idents of this county. AT THK CltOSSINQ Two Prominent JJeKalb County Citi zens Meet Death. Waterloo, Ind., July 1. Lee IHne and Isaac Tryon were struck by the westbound limited mail on the Lake Shore & Michigan Southern railway, four miles west of this city Saturday afternoon, and both were instantly killed. They were driving across tbe track, and their carriage was struck aud splintered. The horse escaped unhurt. Hiue was a brother of ex Treasurer S. M. Illne, of De Kalb county. He was 25 years old and left a widow. Tryon was about 50 years old and left a widow and several chil dren. He, too, was prominently con nected and was a rural mail carrier. A Distressing Accident. Hartford City, Ind., July 1. While John Houzell, a laborer employed on the new bridge the Pennsylvania Rail way company is building over Lick creek here, was shoveling concrete into a cone -etc mixer, a powerful ma eltiue. wliich resembles a huge sausage grinder, his left foot slipped Into the machine, and ids leg to the knee, was ground to shreils before the engine j could lx shut down. The man would j have leen ground to mince nient had 1 not Elmer Williams; a fellow-work-j man. caught Houzell and held him until the mixer was stopped. The injured man's leg was nmputated at the hip, but it is uot believed he can recover. Collision at Crossing. Ridgeville, Ind., July 1. A north bound Grand Rapids and Indiana pas senger train was struck here by a heavy freight on the Panhandle, the engine plowing its way partially through the last coach, throwing it against the depot. Both coach aud en gine were badly damaged and traffic was delayed for some time. Mrs. I. J. Darling, of Findlay. O., and the Rev. C. H. IUU, of Richmond, presid ing elder of the Methodist church for this district, received injuries, but these are not serious. lie Was Worried. Portland, Ind., July 1. C. Jay Hen ley, manager of the Hood Canning factory, committed suicide in the fac- j tory by shooting himself through the heart. He was prominently connected, his relatives leing well known and wealthy. No motive can be assigned, save that he was worried over busi ness affairs. His widow, mother and sister are prostrateu, . A burn cuted in a few minutes by Da Coursey's Irish Liniment. Will Filed , The last will of Henry Presbaugh was filed for record today. It was made in November, 18U7, and by it he leaves all his property to his wife, Margaret Presbaugh: after her death to go the children. Mrs. Presbaueh is made executrix and filed bond in the sum of f 4,000. Irish Liniment for rheumatism. Irish Liniment for tonsilitis. Hartley liros. Market As usual will contain the largest and best assortment of fruits and vegeta bles. Call early or 'phone your or ders. be sold in ONE DAY .25 for . .50 fot . .63 for . .85 for . 11.25 for . $2.00 for . Oar IbmII-m putt Cos-re p-Mleit Write of ferMtiia ami Thing. India uaiiol is. July 1. A prominent state official lias iu his js.--siou a letter written by the American Hank ers Association to Huh loui:herty of IUufftoiC- in which the association says -that to Mr. louherty. more than to anybody else. thies tt owe the en actment by the lat legislature of the law which virtually prevents the ex amination of K-tuk book to discover w hether or not projwrty of any erson is withheld from taxation. This state official exii-ts that the leliRcrata in the state camiah:u next year will at tempt to hold the Republican respon sible for the enactment of this law, and he will rend the letter from t lie haukers association to jar. IkMisherty, who is a leading Democrat, to dis prove this assertion, lie does not ex plain how lie caiue to have iossesslon of the letter. The well known Republican politi cians wo have leen in eaiup at "Hem lock lodge," Montgomery county, for over a week have . returned to their respective homes much lieueftted by the outing. Their host was A. B. An derson of C'rawfordsville. ami the camp was iH-ath. In clone to t lie Shades of tlie party were Congress man Charles It. I .n fulls, John It. Iion- nelh Frederick Sims. Kditor Burns of the Frankfort Crescent. J. A. Math ews, Seua'or Fairlmuks" private secre-, tary, 1'ost id aster k.k. ttariiaru. or iei ihL James Stutesmaii, Attorney Fin- ley V. Mount of Crawfordsville, Jesse Sims, editor of tne Crawfordsvllle Journal, and otliers. Ucpresciitali ve Henry W. Marsluw, rode down from Lafuyette iu his automobile and re mained with the wrty two days. It is announced that politics was not dis cussoi and that tishing. hunting and boating were the forms of amusement observed. Representative A. O. Reser of Iji fayette, who was here yesterday, was at the sit'lie of the disastrous wreck on the Waluish railroad a short time after tt occurred. He said: "There is a certain big stump that deserves a j great deal of credit lor its part In that wreck, although the newspaiiers seem i o huve overlooked it altogether. The ' chair car humped against it and stop ped, aud the cars Itchiud it were thus . held on tlte track and possibly a much greater loss of life was averted." Mr. Iies.-r owns a farm of 3 Ml acres near Lafayette, out he was here looking for work as eagerly as if he were not well fixed in this world's goods. He is a splendid shorthand reporter, and he is about to land the contract of reMrting the anuual session of the state tax boa rd. Indiana t. A. R. veterans are en tirely at sea over tne coiumisslonership of pensions. Colonel I. N. Walker of this city Is a candidate and the a it point men t is said to lie letween him and Mr. Peters of Knus.-if. The in formation has reached the Indiana men that there Is a big row on in Kansas over the candidacy of Peters, j who is tteing pnsned by the politicians. It seems tlult the i i. A. R. department of Kansas has Indorse! Colonel Walk-! er, aud tin- veterans are aeclarlng tliat they will not '"stand for" the aptMtiut meut of Peters. Senator Fairlwinks has agreed to de liver a Fourth of July address at War saw. Ijiter In the year he will de liver a Chautauqua address touching on tlie Spanish-American wnr aud the questions growing out of It. Congressman Charles B. Lindis will deliver a Fourth of July address at Ottawa, Kan. On July 2 he will speak before a Chautauqua assembly in Ne braska. Nathaniel Powell of Madison, who is prominently mentioned for the Repub lican nomination for secretary of state, was here yesterday. Mrs. Klsleln on the Stand. Evansvllle, Ind., July 1. The habeas corpus proceedings to have Mrs. Iu isa Klsleln released from tbe Southern Indiana Insane asylum, may come to a close late this afternoon. Mrs. Elslein was on the stand and gave testimony . She was aHe to tell a I unit her business affairs and made a good Impression on. the conrt. He Will Have to Serve Time. Marlon. Ind., July 1. The Grant cir cuit court overruled the motion for a new trial In the case of the State vs. Robert Klrkham for criminal as sault on his wife's ni-ce. Chlysta Ad dison, aged 13. and he-was sentenced to 1 to 21 years in the state prison. Collided With Picnickers. Chicago, July 1. One is-rson was killed and nearly a score of others were Injured Sunday in a collision betweeu an electric car on Irving Par boulevard and two wagons loaded wiiii picnickers. Mane led In m tU-pee. Evansville, Ind., July 1. nenry Schlegeter, a farmer living lielow town, was fatally hurt by falling Into a reaper. He was cut and lacerated beyond recognition. Irish Liniment for sore feet. Potato Chips Always fresh and nice. 11ADLEY BROS. fri-mon-tu Irish Liniment for corns. TO 721 ..MAIN For Buffalo Exposition Vis Uors. I have a yleasant house at 43 Rip ley Place, Buffalo, convenient to all points of interest, and will rent rooms at reasonable prices during the exposition, to Richmond people. Mrs. M. J. Hobbs. 28 4t 2tew Irish Liniment for cancer. SLEPT OX IHTTT And the iinanl of teliiaeret Miners Yaa tvaailj Broken. Tbaeber. W. Va.. July l.-Samrdai night letective T. I- Felts, assistel by John Justice. deuty I'uiteit Statr. marshal, and a osse of six men, went to the Kentucky de of Tug river and eapturel nine ietons who are cliarg-d with terrorixing the niiuers on the West Virginia side for the iast lo days bysbootiug at ail who could uot glvs the proper strikers' sign a they passed and repassed aloug the niilnid. Thc-y were all brought to this place and held under a heavy guard awaitim; the train to take them lietore a Ken tucky judge, v1m remanded them to Judge Jackson at larkerburg. this state. They were surprise! In their diMp with their Winchester rifles under their pillows and surrendered with but little resistance. Even their guard was captured asleep on duty. It is generally thought that this will break ud the lighting end of tlie strikers' j troubles and that their differences will soon lie compromised in a way satis factory to all concerned. Charles Burke, pii-sidcnt of the lo cal union of the I'nited Mine Workers of America, was arrested at noon Sun day by leputy I'nited States Marshal HufTord and m-t.-ctive F. T. Felts and taken to Parkersluirg to npiear ls-fore Judge Jackson on the charge of tear tug down the notices of the injunction granted by Judge Jackson. The nine strikers arrested Sunday morning in Kentucky were lodged in jail at Wil liamson last night to await the action of the Kentucky courts. CIRAN POLITICS Tots Will lie llusy Week With tbe Constitutional Convention. Ilavaua, July 1. Dining the present week the constitutional convention will discuss the electoral law. The proj(ct submlted by the commission provides only for the election of con gressmen, governors, state representa tives, mayors and councilmeu. No agreement has Is-cu reached as to whether or not to elect the president and senators by direct isipular vote. The discussion of the electoral law will undoubtedly open up an argument by the Conservatives against a Federal republic with many provincial officers as entailing neavy exj,endltures. The Conservatives will oppose granting ab solute autonomy to the provinces and municipalities. An effort will 1m- made to change the constitution and to in vest the central government with np polutlve and veto jiower. Universal suffrage seems to be a popular movement, hut the general opinion Is that It will be impossible to get the convention to change the form of voting. A Victim to Science. Albuquerque, N. M., July 1. Partic ulars of the recent death of Prof. Francis J. BIrtwell, the ornithologist. i are brought here by the undertaker who has just returned with the lsdy. The professor dh-d from strangulation, i the result of accidental hanging. lie had cllmled a large pine tree for a J bird's nest, and was descending on a rojH when In some manner the roje wound around his neck and lief ore the eyes of his young wife and several men, he strangled to death, they Is-itig powerless to aid him. Mr. ami Mrs. j llirtwell were married here aliout a month ago and were scnding their honeymoon on the Rio 1 ecos forest reserve In Mexico. Prof. Rirtwcll was a Harvard graduate. Fatal How at a I la nee. Metropolis, Ills., July 1. A di'sp-r-afe battle oi-urred between an otliecr and two young men from Kentucky near ltrookport, six miles above M tropolls. Saturday night at 11 o'clock. As a result Constable lira nt Hankins lies dying with live bullets in his lssly and James Prtichard is shot through the stomach and will die. James Ma son is shot tnrough the back ami shoulders and may recover. The lat ter two a re In jail at MetroioIis, where they are receiving medical aid. The trouble occurred at a dance. An Kditor Drowned. Wairen, Ills.. July 1. II. C. tJann, one of the publishers of the Warren Sentlnel-Ieader, was drowned Sunday at Millvllle near here while swimming He was seized with cramps and per ished before his companions could reach him.. Neuralgia immediately relievid by De Coursey's Irish Liniment. People's Exchange. ADVERTISEMENTS under the hexi oi W"antel ttitutiOM, mle or female help wanted, loet. when Dot exceeding four linee, in aerted free in tbeae eolomi. AU "ads" for real estate nalea, hooaea for rent, financial and miaceUaiHwaa want inserted for 6 eeata a line eavh Insertion. STOEAOa Ground floor sixteenth and Main. Verne Smith tf Wanted A girl at 45 south twelfth street. Two in family, washing doone out. j LUJ U UVJ U L Lrb L juo None to be sold at these prices except on TUESDAY, JULY 2nd. "Remember, these are the finest glazed goods.' Seeing is believing. See display in window. WASHINGTON LETTER "Every now aud then one reads an advertisement something like this, 1 will jrlve $ 10O to any one securing me a government position paying $10 a month. or the advertiser will agree to, give a certain percentage of the salary secured to the one procuring a place.' remarked an official of the civil service commission. -Now. the person who thus advertises aud who no doubt receives numerous repnnsc8 and frequently Is successful little dreams of the danger attached to his coffer for a government osltion. The ierson thus offering a tempting price for an appointment In the federal service does not reallxe until too late that he has placed himself In the pow er of an unscrupulous terson to be blackmailed. Such Is the fact, how ever." The official then called attention to section 1TS1 of the Revised Statutes, which is part of the civil service law and relates to appoint incuts iu the fed eral service. It provides that "every person who. directly or Indirectly, of fers or agrees to give or In-stow any money, property or other valuable con sideration whatever for the procuring or aiding to procure any such contract, office or place shall be deemed guilty of a misdemeanor and shall be Impris oiunl not more than two years and fined uot mere than SHU""." A Real America Klaa. In compliance with a resolution pass ed by the house of representatives March 1. 1!1. the Hag that for the past 15 3-e.irs has hung draed aliove the sH:iker's desk has liecn transferred to the department of agriculture. This magnificent emblem, made of silk rais ed In the I'nited States and woven by American hands with American ma chinery, is still in a perfect state of preservation. Its only defect lies in the insufficiency of stars representing the states of the I'nion. there liclng but US, the mi nit cr of states In the I'nion at the time the flag was presented. It was the desire of Seaker Henderson that this flag should le replaced by one containing stars representing the full number of the sisterhood of states at the commencement of the new cen tury, and so th old flag came down, and a new silken banner with 45 stars was driiiicd In its place. In accordance with the desires of the house the architect of the en pi to) had a splendid walnut case eight feet high and two feet wide, with glass doors, constructed for the old flag. The case, containing the flag tastefully draped iqion Its staff, was delivered to Secre tary Wilson, and It will have the placa of honor In his ollice. IllK Map For Ike White Iloase. The coast and geodetic survey has for some time been preparing a map of the world for the "war room" at the White House. It will cover one whole side of the room, which means dimen sions of perhaps 30 feet by 15. It con tains all the geographical Information of a general nature that a president of the United States aud his corps of te legraphers would seemingly need to know. It shows the location of all the ocean cables In the world, of all the coaling stations, of all the docks where ships may Ik? repaired, and every foot of soil. Including the smallest Inlands, is marked so as to indicate the sover 1 elgnty to which it Is subject. This Is done by the adoption of a color for each of the great colonizing lowers. It is surprising to note the number of small Islands which already Ix-long to the United States through their acquisl . tion for oue puiTxjse or another by American cltizcus. j Will Marry Nu She Never Saw. ' Miss Ferrouh. one of the most iwp nlar girls iu the diplomatic set that Is. among the women folks must go back to Turkey to marry a man she never av. She is the young sister of All Ferrouh P.cy, the retiring Turkish minister, who sails for hotne from New York on July 5. Miss Ferrouh has en deared herself to the girls and young matrons of Washington. Of course she has never been allowed to meet a man. She is 20. beautiful, winsome, clever, witty. She loves even the little free dom that she has had here. Rut now she must go home the affianced bride of a rich Constantinople merchant. This Is only Mohammedan custom. The merchaiit paid court not to her. but to her family in Turkey. They ap proved and accepted hi in. A few days ago Miss Ferrouh was astonished to hear that she was betrothed. The beautiful young Turkish girl had been rapidly unuitmig western ideas on lore and matrimony. Still she will obey, just as the Koran directs. To Batertaiaj Coa veatletaa. The citizens of Washington who had the management of tbe last presiden tial Inauguration have decided to estab lish a iM'rmaneut convention fund, from wliich to derive means for the enter tainment of the numerous organiza tions that hold here their national meetings. It is recognized that Wash ington Is naturally a convention city and that it Is especially pleasant for many organizations to meet at tbe capi tal of the country. The citizens are glad to entertain such visitors and In the course of the year do so in a man ner highly creditable to them. The in auguration committee having a balance left this year after paying all accouuts, was called on for the application of $1,500 to the expenses of the national convention of charities and reforms, wliich was held here recently, and later for $400 to pay off a lingering debt for tbr entertainment of the Union Veter ans' union, held here last falL The string of horses and carriages which Attorney General Knox has brought to Washington Is the talk of the city. The attorney general's stable DONT MISS THIS SALE ST., RICHE 4nta;n t looroaeutJteA, r them hi on team for wuk-U I la tSadlr -There Is al ys a gnat future for tb laventive insn. -Sui. . , , -1 he man who sees what l neeuea tbfn fnmlshes it. even If it is only trifle, is the one thst succeeds." "Sure." " , "There are opportunities on 11 w only knew enough to crsP tbenu "lo you hiicn to see any Jut now . "I do. I nt a grand one. Yea, sir. Tlie man who perfects an Invention that will cnatJe the girl with a new sprit pnrasot and the latest model bicycle t exhibit them both at the same tin will place hiiviiclf clear np in the front rank of millionaire. Chicago Post, rtlart4 stollaV. "How did you fiud yonr married daugh ter getting along when you visited her la the city. I ode Josh?" "Oh. Rella's gettin along well eoouh. but slie's just like all of them society folks now. and I don't think 1 could ever git used to their ways. The fust thin she did when I-went into the house was t cive me a splendid big rockln cheer to set in. and the next thing was to tell uw it wasn't ood form to rock it." Chicago Tribune. Iter I4a It. "Charley, dear." said younc Mr. Tor- kins. "I wish yon would vara op your tnonev and buy a yacht." "What for?" "We ueed so many things for the tabl. And winning races seem such a cheap way to get silverware." Washington Star. The latelltaeat Tra. "Ixwk here' cried the fore roan. "Aren't there any nV In your case) You've used 1V for uV all through this take.' How's that?" "1 dod't dow," replied the compositor, "uillcss it's because I've a cold id ths head." Catholic Standard and Times. Proaa a Safe Dlstaae. "Why. (eorg.e. you didn't call on papa as you positively promised you would!" "No. dear. 1 1 am going t-to notify him a little later." "How?" "R y-y wireless telegraph." Cleveland Plain Dealer. la "Wouldn't lraetsar Bssak you like to play tne part ox Cigarette in 'Under Two Flags? " asked the "first old woman." "Oh. yes. I'd love to." replied th soar brette. "The critics would be so apt to puff me, you know." Philadelphia Bulls tin. Mlaat Caatlasu "Every woman ought to know soma thing uliout cooking." said the wise girl. "I don't know about that." answered Miss Cayenne. "In case of incompatibil ity it gives the husband a chance t M.i me her for bis dyspepsi a." Washing ton Star. The Place For HI as. "I'm surprised at the stupidity of th sultan." "What has he done nowr "Failed to engage tnat peerless wres tling Turk as his bouncer of bill collect- ors. ( ifvi'iiinu & isiu iwrr. .. . . I I .. Eaaal to the Oeeasle-. Antiquity I Valor Ma Jam. this Span ish coin is old more than 100 year old. Madam H'm! It la stamped 1870. Antiquity Iealer la that so? Well, that, of course, is a misprint. Chicago Record-Herald. . The roastlt atlosi the Fhrnar. "That Mr. Flagg from Boston see ma to lie very attentive." "Yes. I think he must take me for t-t constitution the way he sticks to me." Cleveland Plain Dealer. A Proper El "Please excuse William from school to day." wrote tbe boy's mother to th teacher, "as be sat up late last night studying his lessons and is too sleepy to come today." Tit-Bits. Mssklss's Kstreteo. So Indolent are some of us Our salt is more lhaa we are worth. And smne sre so Industrious We try to own tbe blooming earth!' WsshlagU- sprarlwar Pot a too a. . Spray potatoes with tbe bordeaux mixture and parts green, using copper sulphate six pounds, time four pouuds. water one barrel and parls green one half imund. Use parts green only dur ing June, but tbe above formula dur ing July and August. Spray two or three times a month. At the Vermont experiment station spraying durlug ten years In succession resulted In a yield of 290 bushels of Kitatoes per acre. Where unsprayed the yield was 173 bushels. Bolter oad Rails, In making a selection of tbe boiler and engine for tbe farm tlie owner should figure out the Hwer be needs and then buy a machine Just doable that power. Thus, while a little costly at first. It is economical in the end. for invariably the engine is made to do more and more work, and if only of tbe size needed at first It Immediately be comes Inadequate and unsatisfactory. Director Cornell (N. Y.) Experiment Station. Care Toaasi Chleka. 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