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HIE RICHMOND PAL LADIU3I AND SUX-TELEGKAI, MONDAY, AUGUST 24, 190S.
PAGE SIX, MINISTERS CENSURE nrrinrnn nr i i in UMutHo Uf LAW Springfield Divines Wrought Up Over Recent Race Riots. TAFT SPEAKS HIS MIND. 4AY8 THAT SUCH RIOTS AS OC '.CUR RED AT SPRINGFIELD MAKE THE HEARTS OF EVERY GOOD AMERICAN DEAD. are home from a year's stay at Biloxi, Miss. O. W. Fosdick spent Sunday with his family in this city. Bernard and Justin Roach of Rich mond, are visiting relatives here this week. ' Springfield, 111., Aug. 24. "It seems It me that this riot has come about because there is a paralysis of moral itenllment of the city. It has been brought about or rather it Is the el imination of a long series of schools if Instruction in which the chief tearfuerB and Instructors have been those highest in authority and who (have Inculcated the people with one Idea how to violate the law safely." The foregoing words, thundered from Gib pulpit of aristocratic St. Paul's Pro-Cathedral, Sunday morn Ang by the rector, the Rev. F. A. Dros ifet, sounded the keynote of express Jon from the pulpits of Springfield Sunday-on the subject of recent riots. Nearly every protestant pastor of the clty voiced his sentiments on the sub ject. 1 While the ministers were denounc ing officials in general, members of the 'police department were having a strenuous job holding down the "lid," 'which Mayor Reece clamped on the Scity Immediately after the outbreak, '.patrolmen were organized Into a "fly ling squadron," following a battery of (telephonic complaints of "lid tilting" !ln various parts of the city, and a jtalf dozen arrests were made in short Wder. .TAFT DEPLORES RIOTS. jUrges-QuIok Investigations and Con ; victlons. St, Louis, Mo., Aug. 24. G. W. San iford of this city has received a letter from W. H. Taft. which gives the Re publican presidential nominee's views n the recent Springfield riots. The letter Is in reply to a query addressed v toy Mr. Sanford to Mr. Taft. It reads: I have your letter of Aug. 15 in ref erence to the race riot at Springfield, 111. Every good citizen in the country must deplore the fiendish work of the disgraceful mob that has brought the scity of Springfield to sorrow. Such !an outbreak of lawlessness and bitter iTace prejudice makes the lover of his country sad. It should nerve those in favor of improving the administration of the criminal law to more earnest effort, because I am confident that if all charges of crime were promptly in jvestigated and convicted criminals l punished, there would be much less temptation to the formation of such conscienceless and cruel mobs as that .which ran riot In Springfield. CAMBRIDGE CITY. IND. Cambridge City, Ind., Aug. 24. Mrs. John Miller and son Charles are visit ing in New Paris, O. Mr. Miller spent Sunday at Greenville. Mrs. Laura Richey visited friends in Richmond Saturday. Miss Edna Harter of Hagerstown, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bent Wilson. The Rebecca Aid society will meet with Miss Minnie Marpb Tuesday af ternoon. The Rebeccas will picnic at Jackson's park next Tuesday. The Misses Vinton have had for their guests during the past week Mr. C. H. Howard and family of St. Louis Mr. Howard was formerly superin tendent of the car works in this city but is now president of the Common Wealth Steel company of St. Louis. Prof. W. J. Bowden and family at tended the Richmond cbautauqua Sun day. Frank Ebert of Chicago is spending his vacation with his parents in this place. Mrs. John Scott, mother of Mrs. Ce leste Bond, of North Front street, re turned to her home Saturday, after a several weeks' stay with her daughter Mrs. Sylvester Harris of Richmond. P. H. Zehrung and family spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Zehrung of Connersville. Elmer Whelan and family were in attendance at the chautauqua Sunday Mr. and Mrs. John Coombs and son Russell, were called to Hagerstown Saturday on account of the death of their mother-in-law, Mrs. Elizabeth Strickler. More than a hundred people from Jackson township attended the Sun day school rally at. the chautauqua Saturday. They were accompanied by the Cambridge City band. Mrs. Patrick Shirkey, an aged resi dent of this place, suffered a stroke of apoplexy, Saturday and is in a very critical condition. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. White were the guests of Richmond friends Sunday. John Jackson and C. H. Graver were among the number of those who at tended to business in Richmond Sat urday. All the teachers of our public schools are in atteilance at the county insti-. tute this week. Takes Rest In a Palace Car And Uses Colors for Signals I. New York. Aug. 24. If you cal! ft j box are two uniformed men, who at- restinsr Mrs. Leslie carter-rayne tena 10 tne sieenns ui-vi - i i i im-v. ,o or.rr-.pd it. It isn't ev- pret tJie signals nasnea m I ill 11 JYO CMJ v. - v - J could go through j lights from the jewel covered ringers colored erv woman wno bankruptcy to the bitter end and nourish her heartaches on the highway. Mrs. Ieslie Carter-Payne took her rrow into the open rrnd she built a home for it and it goes right around editor in his with her, the traffic poUC3man winy-. signs: nilly. Her rest means repose to her after labor, rest; b:it to Manhattan- ites it means the newest freak think on the avenue one of Du Barry s own awakening dreams. It is a huge yellow touring car, fit ted for service in town and country. It is a rapid fire drawing room, with c!l the accessories of the library, bou doir, and kitchenette. There is no pianola, no stock ticker, no telephone, no subterranean passage, and door bells and sheriffs and landlords do not dwell in this home of the pursued traaedienne. There is freedom, however, from the daily worries that have clung to, clut ched at, twisted, shaken, beaten, bat tered and sorely bruised the soul of the one time Belasco star. A unique weapon of protection is the spirit in the guiding of this phan tom of escaping distress. Up on the KILLED TWO BIRDS WITH ONE STONE or the bankrupt stage queen. Machine, actress, colors and excite ment all went up the avenue today Then all went down and around the bark, and a man who is a great puzzle own country read the "DOVE A pathetic hue, interpret ed thus: 'Process server approaching on horseback full speed, please.' 'MAUVE Pull up for dog biscuit: the Pomeranian mustn't suffer. "A RAINBOW Hurry back; I ut terly forgot Payne left him sitting in the gold chair in the hall. "MAGENTA Lost $2 out of my vanity bag. "PINK My tea is cold. Stop at a 'near drug store for something else. "ORANGE Found the ?2. It was in my favorite book, 'Meditations and Dont's.' "TURQUOISE Payne is again missing. Keep a sharp look out, Broadway going south. "INDIGO Pass Belasco theater full speed. "WHITE Home, a perfectly good hotel, an entirely new address local ity unknown. But One Bird Had Shell Farmer Had Roast Swan And Fried Turtle. EXPLA1NPHENQMEN0N Appearances Indicate Stream Makes Sudden Change in Current's Direction. WAS A PRIMEVAL BATTLE. CAUSED BY BACK WATER. TURTLE CAUGHT SWAN BY LEG AND BIRD DRAGGED IT TO THE SHORE FARMER WAS ONLY ONE TO GAIN. R1CHS0UAR E TO . HAVE HOME COMING Arrangements Made for Event Next Month. MIND DERANGED BY SPRINGFIELD RIOTS Decatur Man Detained for In sanity Dies of Apoplexy. Overheard on the Street, Two well known men were seen laughing heartily on Main street, Monday. When asked the reason by the reporter they said their wives had used Easy Task soap, finished their washing by noon and for the first time In years sat down to a square meal with them on wash day. As leach had the same experience, they I were convulsed with laughter. DUBLIN. IND. Dublin, Aug. 24. Miss Edith Mc Conkey and Mrs. Cregg of Huntington, Ind., are visiting their uncle, George McConkey and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Champ spent yesterday at Cincinnati. Fletcher Sowers of St. Louis, Mo., is here visiting his mother, Mrs. Mary Ellabarger. Mr. and Mrs. John Miles of German town, are visiting Mrs. Dr. Champ and family. Miss Selean Hale of Indianapolis, is visiting her uncle, James Morris and family for a few days. Richsquare, the Quaker neighbor hood between New Lisbon and Lewis ville will have its first home coming Saturday, the All persons who have ever attended church or school there are invited to attend with their friends. Merton W. Grills graduated from Richsquare academy in 18!)1 and is to take part in the program, as is also Ben Parker, author and poet of New Castle. Professor Orville Pratt of Illinois, Miss Etta Butler of Lewis ville and others. Saturday night's session is to be devoted to the liter ary societies, Richsquare having had a literary society continuously since j sr;. Mr. Grills has issued a small vol ume of his poems and stories as a souvenir of his first home coming, under the title "Alpha," which is just from the press. Mr. Grills will leave a few copies with Allen & Co., be fore starting for Richsquare. Decatur, 111., Aug. 24. While await ing an inquisition as to his sanity, Wm. Vest died of apoplexy yesterday in the detention ward. It is supposed his reason was unsettled by reading of the Springfield race riots. ( In June, 1893, Vest's life was as saulted by Bush, wandering negro, at her home near Decatur. With his neighbors, Vest came to Decatur and, abetted by a crowd broke into the jail, took Bush from the sheriff and hanged him to a telegraph pole oppo site the court house. Yesterday, Vest, who had been act ing queerly, armed himself and stood his family off with a gun until the sheriff's deputies captured him. AHentown, Pa.. Aug. 24 Farmer Josenh Bennicoff of Iron Hill town ship had roast swan for dinner today and will have turtle soup tomorrow as the result of a primeval battle that took place in his duck pond yesterday. Bennicoff was watching his young ducks and gosllns swim about the pond, when one of the latter suddenly disappeared witli a squawk of fright and agony. Bennicoff realized at once that the robber was a turtle and he was trying to evolve some plan where by he might get the reptile before the whole brood was stolen, when a splen did swan, the king of the duck pond, came majestically floating along. When the great bird reached the spot I where the goslin had disappeared it suddenly gave a terrific 'honk" and began swimming shoreward for dear life. Several times it was dragged al most under water, but each time, with flapping wings, managed to regain its poise. Bennicoff, heedful of the old saying that "a turtle never lets go till it thunders," knew that the reptile was caught, and so it proved. The swan readied shore and dragged Itself up on the bank with a ten-pound snapper hanging onto its leg. Bennicoff dis patched the turtle and then, finding that the swan had a broken leg and a broken wing, killed the bird also. Muskogee. Okla., Aug. 24 -People who live near Eufaula. along the banks of the North Canadian, often have seen logs and driftwood running rapidly downstream until they reach ed a point where they waver and top and then turn around and run back up the stream as rapidly as they had gone down. The confluence of the North and South Canadians is about five miles east of Eufaula. ''"here is little fall in either stream. When there is a big rise in the South Canadian and not a corresponding rise in the North Can adian the water rushes back up the north fork for miles, and has every appearance of a stream that is run-1 ning the wrong way. Nervous Break-Down Nerve energy is tEo force that controls the or gans of respiration, cir culation, digestion and elimination. iWhen you feel weak, nervous, irri table, sick, it is often bo cause toti lack nerve energy, and the process of rebuilding and sustain ing life is interfered with. Dr. Miles' Nervine has cured thousands of such cases, and will we believe benefit if not entirely cure you. Try it. -XI v narvoua KVStf m gava away completely. and left b I of the grave. 1 tried rtlUod Phy i.r.. h.it rot no permanent raller. NEW YORK GETTING RELIEFJROM HEAT Public Learned to Exercise Proper Precautions. SENTENCE SERMONS. LEGENDARY DEVICES. LIBERTY. 3ND. Lftwrty, Ind., Aug. 24. Mr. and PMra. H. B. Miller of Hazelhurst, Miss., are-guests of James Davis and wife. Charles Crist of Indianapolis, visit ed hom,e folks at Liberty, Sunday. J. H. Maibach and Mike O'Hair re turned home Saturday evening from Niagara Falls. Morris Burt of Fountain City, is vis iting relatives here. Harry Hessler of Indianapolis, is lliom for a two weeks' vacation. O. Wr. Hook of Georgetown, Ky., is the guest of friends in this city. Miss Lulu Barnard Is visiting rela tives at Cambridge City. ' Harry Husted of Indianapolis, spent Sunday with relatives here. . Clinton Gardner and wife returned korae Saturday from a two weeks visit iet Washington, D. C. Misses McClain and Lola Falls, of Cincinnati are guests of Fred Goss- -tnan and family. Harlan Haworth of Indianapolis epent Sunday with his mother and 8iatai tn this city. Flnley Gray of Connersville, was a jliberty visitor, Sunday. I R. A. Creek of Chicago, spent Sua day with his father, C. C. Creek. John Hubbard, wife and son of In rftanaoolis. are guests of J. C. Gilmore 'and family. F. B. Husted and family spent Sun day with relatives near Everton. Burton Gardner of Washington", D. C., Is here for a two weeks' visit with Jiome folks. Will Blum and wife of Connersville. were Sunday guests of J. H. Maibach and family. Lee Sheard and wife of Oxford, vis ited Wm Rldenour and wife. Sunday. Thos. C. Burnside of Indianapolis, pent Sunday with relatives here. Wate Barber of Indianapolis, is the guest of Bessie and Addle Rouch this week. Rev. Titus Lowe and family left this week for Pittsburg, Pa., where they 111 make their future home. Moses Rariden and wife and grand daughter, Ruth, are visiting Mr. and lira. Allie Jones at Detroit. Mike Sharkey of Indianapolis, spent ; Sunday with Allie Roach and family. Mrs. Jamea R. Wilson and daughter GREENSFQRK, IND. Greensfoik, Ind., Aug. 24. Charles Boyd of Hagerstown, has rented the Squires property and will move here soon. Mrs. Hollis Hoover has returned to her home in Hagerstown after a vis it with relatives here. Charles Land of Richmond was here recently looking after his interests at; his farm north of town. M. L. Osborne of Indianapolis was calling on friends here Friday. Davis and Kepler, south of town de livered sixty-seven head of hogs to Harris and Co., recently. Mrs. Maraby Bennett $s the, guest of relatives in Richmond. Dr. W. W. Neff and family attended the Sunday school rally at Richmond Saturday. The politicians of this locality at tended the republican meeting at Richmond last week and report every thing in good condition from a repub lican standpoint. Mrs. Thomas Tarkleson and chil dren are visiting relatives at Middle town for a few days. Elmer Martinson, who has been se riously ill for about four weeks is slowly improving. James Martindale. spent Thursday With his daughter. Mrs. Alphonse Baldwin of Richmond. Oscar Nicholson made a business trip to Richmond Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Borton of Straughn are guests of Will Roller's for a few days. Mr. Watson, telepgraph operator at Koland's, one and one-half miles west of town, is spending his vacation with relatives in Ohio. George Davis is organizing a fish ing party to go north and spend a few weeks, camping and fishing. Dr. D. Doyle is well pleased with his position at Madison, Ind. FALLEN DIVINE LARGEST STATIC MACHINE. Throws Spark Thirty Inches Long Owned by Physician. New York, Aug. 21. The largest static electric machine ever built is owned by a New York physician. It is six feet high over all, seven feet long and four feet wide and weighs 650 pounds. It has forty glass disks, each forty inches in diameter, of which twenty revolve, while the oth ers remain stationary. It is driven by an electric motor of one-nuarter horsepower, being first excited by a small auxiliary hand machine. At full speed, it may yield a spark thirty inches long and three-quarters of an inch in diameter. To fully excite the huge machine requires from five to ten minutes, the charge, however, be ing retained for as much as twelve to fifteen hours. How Stranjre Anlmala Appeared Im Heraldry In Old Dart. Early writers on natural history sub jects make mention of many strange creatures thwt never could have exist ed save in the superstitious mind of the age in which they wrote, and of the many that did exist the accounts of their structure and habits are so ludicrous that one may really wonder if it was possible, even in the middle ages, that people could be so credulous. Many of these strangely garbled rec ords of the animal world were, no doubt, due to travelers' tales and prob ably had a certain foundation in fact, but it is difficult Indeed to account for the creation of Such things as the phoe nix, the cockatrice, the wyvem, the griffin and the dragon. The belief in the existence of the unicorn may have originated from the fact of some of the earlv African travelers meeting with certain antelopes that bad lost a horn, for it is a peculiarity with most ante lopes that their horns are never shed and if injured or broken never grow again. The horn, growing out of the fore head, betwixt the eyelids, is neither light nor hollow nor yet smooth like other horns, but hard as iron, rough as any file, revolved into many plights; sharper than any dart, straight and not crooked and everywhere black, ex cept at the point. Bartholomew asserted that there were many varieties of unicorn, and this would be feasible if tbis creature had been created from those horned beasts that bad accidentally lost one of the horns. How the phoenix was called into be ing it would be impossible to hazard a guess. It was popularly supposed that there was only one such creature exist ing in the whole universe and that there was only one tree in which it built its nest. We find mention of the phoenix as far back as Pliny, who says, "Howbeit, I cannot tell what to make of him; and, first of all, whether it be a tale or no, that is never but one of them in the whole world, and the same not commonly seen." In the fifteenth century we find Bar tholomew writing of this Imaginary bird: "Phoenix is a large bird, and there Is but one that kind in all the wide world, therefore lewd men wonder thereof. Phoenix is a bird without make (mate and liveth SCO or 500 years. When the which years he passed she feeleth her default and feebleness and maketu a nest of sweet smelling sticks that be full dry, and In summer when the western wind bloweth the sticks and the nest be set on fire with burning heat of the sun and burneth strongly." The bird then allows it6elf to be re duced to ashes In this fire on this point all the writers agree and in due course rises again from the ashes in the full glory of renewed youth "and U the most fairest bird that Is, most like to the peacock In feathers, and loveth wilderness and gathereth his meat of clean greens and fruits." The basilisk, or cockatrice, was re puted to be some strange mixture of bird and serpent, able to slay with his breath and his sight, which power was accredited by some to dragons. WesS mlnster Gazette. Cordova Writes Affinity Anger ing Her Father. New York, Aug. 24. J. Frank Cor dova, the unfrocked minister of South River. N. J., recently freed from the penitentiary at Trenton, where he served a commuted four year term for for deserting his wife and running away with Julia Bowne, a beautiful choir singer in his church has been seen in Philadelphia today. The form er friend who saw him declared that Cordova is penniless and without work and that his mind is giving away. It was also learned today that imme diately Cordova reached Philadelphia from Trenton he wrote to Miss Bowne who is living with her father at North Asbury Park, rearing the three year old boy of whom Cordova is the father. In his letter he said he was coming for her. but he received a re ply from her father threatening to kill him if he ever appeared at North Asbury Park. The man who saw Cordova in Phil adelphia wrote to some of the mem bers of his ohf flock at South River declaring that the ex-minister ought to be examined to determine his mental condition. No one Is defeated until he gives up. Hard times has a good many rela tives. It is the twin brother of the blues. That man has failed who has not been able to keep a good opinion of himself. Self control will succeed with one talent where self indulgence will fail with ten. What the superior man seeks Is In himself. What the small man seeks is in others. There is no disgrace in unprevent able poverty. The disgrace is in not doing our level best to better our con dition. Poverty itself is not so bad as the poverty thought. It is the conviction that we are poor and must remain so that is fatal. Confidence is the Napoleon In the mental army. It doubles and trebles the power of all the other faculties. The whole mental army waits until confidence leads the way. Success. New York, Aug. 24. New York is just now getting relief from an unus ually torrid period. However the me tropolis is learning to take hot weath er more philosophically from year to year, and there is less suaenng in proportion to the density of the pop ulation since the people most affected by heat began to learn to drink water even at the street fountains in moder ation and to exercise other precau tions. The horses are no longer driv en to their work till they drop. They wear straw hats often with wet I rot o bad I had to tre wp,,'nT t,- i K.n r.klnz Dr. Mil I was nch better, and I continued to improve until entirely I am In buatneaa aalr. and never ml portun,tV3torenU Myrtle Creek. Oroo. Your druoo' Dr- N?Tr Ine and wi authorise him to return pnie of tfret kottla (only) If It falla to benefit you. Miles Medical Co Elkhart. Ind COUNTY FAIRS ARE STILL PROFITABLE' Henry County Association Clears $1,500. New Castle, Ind.. Aug. 24. Fifteen' hundred dollars will be the amount, cleared by the New Castle Fair asso ciation on this year's fair. The fair was by far the most successful ever given in the county. The profit wilt be applied to the outstanding debt of. sponges in them and in front of the association, on which very llttla! ounuiug ui wi o. it. v,. has been pal(j tne engine nouses, anvers mop iu have their horses sprayed from time to time, so that they may cool their blood and be better prepared to resist the attacks of General Humidity. OLD ADVISER OF THE SULTAN IN ENGLAND Turk Will Make That Country His Home. t INSUR AN CE.REHl ESTATE: LOANS, RENTS W. H. Bradbury & 8on Room a 1 and 3, Weaicott Blk PURE CIDER VINEGAR. PURE WHITE VINEGAR. PURE PICKLING SPICES. The Best Is the Cheapest. Phone 2292. HADLEY BROS. The llaael Tree. A curious survival of the days when the magicians of Europe sought inde fatigabiy for the philosopher's stone is the superstition that attaches to the hazel tree. The old alchemists used to make their divining rods out of hazel twigs, and they fostered the be lief that it would mysteriously direct its owner to hidden treasures, if it was manipulated with the absolute faith that was required in all those occult enchantments of the middle ages. As time went on, the "rod of Jacob," as a branch of hazel was universally known, gathered new powers. Not only would it lead to the discovery of buried hoards, but it would also act as an Infallible agent in locating run away servants and escaped criminals. It was a sure guide to underground springs as well, and was an unfailing charm against the lightning. London, Aug. 24. Izset Pasha, the former Turkish official and adviser of the Sultan, who fled for his life after the constitution was proclaimed, ar rived here. "Here I intend to remain, to make England my home, my country." Izzet's account of the Young Tudks' coup tells nothing, but he was impress ively earnest in his declaration that both the Sultan and himself have al ways desired a constitution. Despite the fulfilment of their de sires, Izzet rushed to England. He feared to land at Genoa lest his women folks' dresses should betray his Iden tity, there being one or two men In that city whom he feared. He sent his family to a place of safety, which he does not mention, and then came straight to London. The '"L'L'oppina: Sex. The Englishwoman never knows when she enters a shop what she wants. She is swayed by Impulse, grabs wildly at everything she likes or thinks she likes and probably comes back and grumbles the next day. She is also completely lost if the shop walkers do not dog her every footstep to implore her to "look at this charm ing toque" or condescend to "glance at this special line iu cheap skirts." But the American woman resents any suggestion that she does riot know what she wants, likes to be left se verely alone and If Interfered with may abruptly leave the shop. Eut. while she is less irritating than the Englishwoman, she is far more exact ing. London Express. CnrlOM French Market. There is a curious old market near Taris in which everything is sold at secondhand. Working girls can fit themselves out there from head to foot. As a writer says: Mimi can sell her old felt hat and buy a straw one, exchange her old dress for a new one and, if she likes, buy a steak and a salad for her dinner, a paper bg of fried potatoes, sweets and some flow ers for her window. Democracy is king here, and no more attention is paid to the millionaire who is looking for something marvelous which he may pick up cheap than to the man with a wooden leg who wants a new boot in exchange for a dozen sardine tias, five glovej.and stocking SPECIAL TRAIN SERVICE. T -f3 0 For Indigestion. Relieves sour stomach, palpitfction of the heart. Digests what you eat. , Nothing letter for the boys thnn bread beat yn.Ul lledal Flour. SjkBacca. The Old Great Kaatem. The last days of the Great Eastern were certainly sad, considering the pur pose for which she was designed and the great work she did in cable laying. For some time before she was broken up on the mud of the river Mersey, near Liverpool, she was on view as a show ship. One firm of Liverpool clothiers hired her for a season, and in addition to using her for its advertising purposes made use of her for catchpen ny shows. In the large cable tank a circus was fitted up and performances given at so much a head, while other exhibitions of the Coney Island type were spread all over her deck. To Greenville. Darke County. Fair, via Pennsylvania Lines August 26-27 Train leaves Richmond 8:00 a. in. See Aeent Elmer. augl9-21-21 24 MORE CONQUERING HEROES ARRIVE Three Olympian Athletes Re turn from England. .i Moore & Ogborn; Insurance, Bonds and Loans. Rssl Es tate and Rtntals. Both phones. Bell B3R. Horn rS89. Room 16 I. O. O. F. Bldfl. 1 SEE OUR SPRING LINE 0 f GO-CARTS HASSENBUSCH'S NOTICE. We wish to inform our old custom ers as wsll at new ones that our stock of woolens for Fall Suitings has arrived, and is the largest we have ever shown, $15.00 or $18.00 will get a fine Fall suit, see the new styles. EMMONS TAILORING CO, Cor. Ninth and Main streets. New York, Aug. 24. Three more of the world's champions who scored at the Olympic games got home Saturday when the White Star liner Celtic warped Into her dick. They were Matt J. MoGrath, John J. Flanagan and Ralph Rose, the greatest weight tos sers in the world. In company they had toured Ireland after the victor ious American sweep at London and were received with great enthusiasm everywhere they appeared in the Em erald Isle. They have hurried home in obed ience to Cablegrams to take part in the great public reception which la to be tendered to them and the rest of the team next Saturday, after a spec tacular parade. Special Prices on Our Display Stand Every Day. Backed Up With Four per cent Cash Coupons. PETER JOHNSON CO. MAIN ST. Br. A. 0. Pilarlin, Dentist For Cast Gold Fillings The fillings ol the fu ture. Colonial Block. New Pnone 1637 The Eastern Eye. The eyes of the yellow people are not oblique, notwithstanding that they ap pear to be. The line adjoining the commissures of the eyelids divides the eye into two equal parts, and la ex actly at right angles with the axis of the nose. It Is not always so: the ex ception Is much leas frequent than in the whites, for, as a general rule. It Is In the latter that the eyes are not at right engie? with the q,xis of the nose. COR. 9m and MAIN STREETS. FURNITURE BEDDING PICtURES Dun WITH L B. KNOLLENBERG 11 S. 8th St. You Only Pay For Coal High grade, honeit coal that doesn't clinker, but makes a bright and glowing fire when you want one. If yoa haven't filled your bin for next winter's use let ua fill It for you at inmmer'i prices as coal will go up soon. H. C BULLERDICK & SON 529 South 5th Street Phone 1235