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tVANTS IN JAPAN
WARNING ORDFR. D WHERE DOMESTIC SERVICE IS CONSIDERED AN HONOR. llaya' TliiU Wall on TubJo In tM and IIoit They Work. ;1JicIjbIi1 Servuttt That Arn UtiunI ,r5rth tu Their Mnnti'i-i. aw have some curious notions yt servants In Japan. Instead of JrtBg considered a disgrace to go jpoinestle service 1n tbut country Hjii honor, writes Mr. Douglas 81a- crlktsba boy and grooms may not the honor of being servants fit nujut are tradesmen, which la the ; ining or an lu japan anon or an eta, or member of the class itcasts. (Jroomi are excluded as ting, Rambling, chcntlng lot (tin: time think It lmoslble for n i tu be hotieat) hiuI the rickshaw has rough people without any man pre are two classes of servants, nal and kitchen. Kitchen aerv- need hnvc no knowledge of ctl- They aro sometimes rough 'iures from the country, no better ) G rickshaw boys. They are dull, ( tited drudges, but Cook San (Mr. I la held In a very different estl iil Ih a small household he doert otcrlng nnd keeps thu accounts ns ns superintends the ridiculous lit ,l1lrd's nest of chnrconl ash which the inenls In Japan, e personal servants show a bu y to tholr employers which would lyzo nn ISiigllshmnn with any . e of humor, nnd their masters as 3 an ctlquctto nlr of command. from every one else these sorv cxpect n couslderablo amount of "ncss. titcl servants are male and female. 1 1 Mb for Europeans generally liovo !li housemaids ns well ns men wait- Mud call them all "boys." i go to n Jnpanesc hotel for the time Is like going to a farce. It Is ssiblc to keep serious. In the din room you nro surrounded by panto ,e Imps dressed In Indigo cotton Blots nnd hose, who run about loss nnd are called "boys" and I like boys until the day they die. ' of them know no English except .numbers. 13acb 1ms a number to telf. nnd each dish on the menu a number, even down to the pota- o. 5," you say If you nro new to It, have some 'J. nnd I'll take some 7 0 with It, please." Ho catches b numbers nnd brings them, but would have a fnr better chance of what you want If you simply Ii)B wl fc.7.0. luu can hnrdlv hear Yourself cnnnl; the scruff, scruff across the lloor. thlnk.lt Is lucky they don't wear s. At very grand hotels they wear serge suits like ship's stewards bad Imitations of foreign shoes, they don't run, nnd then they t wait so well, becauso It Is not bral for a Japaneso "boy" not to Japanese "boy" has one good qua! Though he cannot understand Eng beforo you have been In the house o days ho will know your tastes, If you like the breast of a chicken or thau the leg you will get It, and will have your steak to look purplo urocd under when it Is cut, as you er. he saw you using a teaspoon after r wife, ho would very likely bring jil n used teaspoon with your next iJplng's tea. Ills motto Is thnt there jio accounting for the madness of "Signers and the forms It will take. lit your bedroom boy Is n very dlf tut person. Ho has Intelligence nnd in a fair command of English. "liens Is nothing that a Japanese in boy cannot do. I would trust him mend my watch. 1 have tried him 'such varied problems as luring a htcned ennnry back to Its cage, lug up a small coin that bad fallen ougli n crack In the floor and mend- the lock of a portmanteau. One of n even said thnt he could tako In a lint which I gave htm so large for that his ears did not stop It. ho Japaneso like their hats to rest fin their cars. They can mend your 'jibes or put a button on nnd nro fjdler than sailors. They expect you Vsuow them nil your purchases nnd ays tell you how much more or how cli less you ought to have paid. u the trauslent llfo of a hotel you tho farcical sldo of Japaneso serv- . The prlstlno nnd sentimental side only cct In n nrlvnte family, where servants, like tho pages of tho mid- ages, may be equal In birth to their ters, but willing to do scrvlco in household becauso ho Is a famous it or noble or man of science, so ns )Qgather tho crumbs of education 0ch fall from his table. Exchange. 3 . Ucoiioiiiy. udge Yes, Spluks has n splendid item of economy. udge How so? lie coes to work and lays aside JJiey for something he doesu't need." ' No economy In that" sn't thero7 Well, by the Umo ho the money saved ho always Hurls he doesn't want tho thlug and a tho money is saycu. uauimoru ?rald. An Annoylnar Inlnutlou. ,rtu don't supposo ho meant anything dnd," said tho young woman, "but ic vas a very startling coincidence." ni What do you mean?" 0 Just beforo Harold nnd I got mar r 1 bis friends persuaded him to Join JFdon't worry club." Washington ir. the Choctaw and Chickasaw Citi zenship Court, Sitting at South MeAlester, December Term, 1902. Tho Choctaw nnd Chickasaw Nations, or trlbea of Indiana, pla'ntlffs. Veraus j. t. nidau. D. 8 .Kiddle, L. A. Kiddle, Klifcabeth Csxsey, Joshua Casey. Andrew II. Hill, L. T. HJH, Jnraea W. Dtlthrop, T. D. Arnold and John It. llratcitar, for thennslToA and at lepresenta tlves of all pertona similarly situ ated, claiming to be members or the Choctaw or Chtckaaaw Nations or tribes of Indians, by virtue of al leged decree of the United States court for the Central aud Southern districts of the Indian Territory, sitting respectively at South Me Alester and Ardmore, and common ly known aa "Court Claimants,' de fendanta. The President cf the United States: To J. T. Kiddle, D. S. Kiddle, L. A Kiddle, ISlIcabeth Casey, Joshun Caeey, Andrew U. Hill. V. T. Hill. James W. Baltfcrop, T. D. Arnold and John H. Qratcher and 1! persons not made defendants, by name In tb' above entitled action, but similarly situated to the ten persons named as defendants, ns representatives of the entire class of persona so situated, and clnlmlng to be mombers of tho Choctaw or Chickasaw Nations or tribes of Indians, by viitue of al leged decrees of the Tln'ted Slates court for tho Central and Southern districts of the Indian Territory, sit ting respectively at South MeAlester and Ardmore, und commonly known as "Court Claimants." You aro hereby warned to appear In this couit on the first Monday in December. 1002, the sumo being tn first day of December, 1902, and answer a bill In equity fllod by tho plaintiff!., the Choc taw and Chickasaw Nations or tribes of Indians. Tho nnturo of said Dill Is that the unoctaw and Chickasaw Nations or trlbos of Indians own their lands In common, so that each and every mem nor or oitner tnuo snail havo an equal, undivided Interact lt tho whole; that tho U niton States court for tho Central and Southern districts of tho Indian Territory, sitting respectively at South McAlostor nnd Ardmore, and proceeding under tho art of congress approved Juno tenth, ono thousand, olght hundred nnd ninety-six, upon ap peal from tho Commission to tho Flvo Civilized Trlbos, rondored nllogcd do crees purportinu io admit several thousand porsons to cItl7onshIp or to enrtllmont as such citizen? In tho Choctaw nnd Chickasaw Nations, re spectlvoly, without notleo of such proceedings having been given to each of said Nations that such notleo was IndlBponslble, and that lurtgmonts aro therefore void; and also that such proceedings should havo boon con fined to a review of the action of tho Commission to tho Flvo Clvlllzud Trlbos, upon tho papors nnd evidence submitted to such Commissions, and should not havo extended to n trinl do novo of tho question of rltlzonshlp; thai such proceedings are, for that reason, Illegal, and that nil of said judgments aro therefore ioId; and also that If said Judgments aro on forced property of tho tribes of tho valuo of many millions of dollars will bo taken, and tho shnro of each member of either trlbo will bo thereby proportionately diminished, and that tho plaintiffs hr.vo no ado quato remedy at law. Tho prayer of said bill Is that all of said Judgments bo annulled and vacntcd, and that all of said proceed Ings In tho trial of said caeos do novo, upon nppeal from snld Commission to tho Flvo Civilized Trlbos, bo declared null nnd void. V.'ltnoss, tho Honorable Spencer n. Adams, Chief Judgo, and Henry S. Footo and Waltor L. Weaver, asso' ciato Judgos of said court nnd tho seal thereof, at South McAlostor, In dlan Territory, this twentv-slxth day of Soptombor, 1902. (Signed) JAMES S. CASSADA, Clerk, First published Oct. 1, 1902. None Genuine but the BLOCK F0RB1 The wop a Famous L ie stock Boofl Purilie 4 9 It Destroys the Tick Germ. It Builds up Run Down Stock. It Expels Stomach Worms. IT POSITIVELY PREVENTS BLACK LEG IN CATTLE. DIRECTIONS FOR USING. Give each head accere to f lbs, of ttio Sail, never less, noto tho time it Ukea to consume the same, fed according to this rulo, nnd promptly roport leaults und methods if not satisfactory. 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