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Ij Drkoolt iiiiiI C.iltrara of Thl
and NrlBlilMirliiit otmri.
pressor Otr.nl.l t Marsh' s will de-
kthat he wi-h. Y-!e uiiivcrsltv to
ri entire itljsc. Its total value Is
named, but It Is rep,.rd.d .is alujiit
tifls of Rrofessor March to Yale a
before his tl.atli. liicluellu,; his sr.en-
: collection, we're oi:li million-'. lro-
or Mar"! elves io Y.-le his residence
n Prospect Mil ami hN "omul- tin re for
m. university botanical crdin. The estab
lishment or ttil isjrft to the Yale orpu'-.t.
tlon. The -,,, or J10.WO Is uit.n to the
National Academ of Sclent, s Two thotis
nil orrhll bclonplnj; to I'rofes-or Marsh
re also left m Yio
.tjj The will of Edward Austin, nf Boston.
raVe- e. easese
PROFESSOR O. C. MAR.SH.
was filed for nrobate in Boston the
MM W aa the will of Professor Marsh
lla Sled la New Haven, leaws $o03xx
I aUrrarrj collecc and StOO.000 to the Mas
ickuaetta Institute of T-hnniiv
1-yFrotewor Otbnell C. Marsh, of the chair
mctroioioxy ana curator of the neo
I eoUection ot Tale university, died on
, n w pneumonia, tie was en years
fll-st, am ,rmw In T . .......
I ' ''' n B wwilt ... JMUIIIIl(
i T. Alter graduating from Yole college
S wtllrllAil 1m l- TT.I..U.U.. -
irRddclber.? and Brenlau. In 1S6G he was
snaaaShSSa - - n nn1nnn..n..l... i ij- . i
r"vwvt Wl tAiUJCWllUIJUlUy 111 ZJ
5 ifciawc jfcruui.i muuy io exunci
rtfCion. And In tYitssri.rlnri vlilnh
nctedtbere he discovered more than
Bga nf vrt AK-fi m.-.- ..,
sTlfls' cttatoa npir.tlAii-l.. ..i.r
Iftber not found hitherto In America.
-wyrcnes were aeiauea in paper
iw " wc American journal or
l. atnil fn rAnnrta ntiMlarnut -.- i.-
nafii v..:-,.-.""";"-;'! i i."c
7"- --- vrubuw Ait una x rules
!lW' a president of the American
-- sjuii ir me Auvancemem ot science
MnfaMQuently wax precldent of the Nn-
kM Atananw n .
fjwnr ;clentlflc bodin lieidelbertc
' VP'S, " Ph- D- " Harvard made
174' h 'CalTerattr f Mtnaarl.
X?Sl JZXr L.8t--jAul. ad-
JjSfS?" afternoon, on the mb
t?j1ifcr Education AtnonB Women '
atof the WednnsOay Club, of 8t.
""' vir jor umouri or
-" i tT V"iC . " va tiiicn n ;iud.
Maw daa April -IK In the auditorium
mmmir nn ue, uoject, "Tlie
recent meeting- of the Bar Aaso
JB,St. IxtuU. .Professor John V.-
i amca one r ine vice pret-l-
Titttm a 1tMM.. ..-1j. t
Lwlth the law scliool. will hae
k BflOV Writh NHIPAauHI..!!
'oool of the tJnfvsrxity of WIn-
l vi EIe C01" UP(K
rJv-JJ. .Keiioived, Tiut
fwt.V ' " '""
MallMl J.l.. j..i .
IJ?1.111 the university in thf debate
MJMrUnivernitv of Nebraska mns held
p T. w rfi.-.i ,.
athemattce. has been very 111 for
r. .".tr. v:vr- " -
) Iturold, OUdney and FleeL
-,the e&lqr and Junior clnCTen or
ejTMoe of .basket ban betwwn tho
'y w ue w Bcnooi ana ine
cs wu jWon oy tne law-
rjM ekpectlnr tbelrcapa and
k only on, public oecatlonf.
MfMeUtlon net In Lincoln. NVb.
LpKanws and VliaourL Iowa'
MWM tne leacue. The DVrtnesa
;" fc FMMWii nun iiitennen
jct ui jiua.1 mtteiinp
BBtl Wna a1&maJ -s. a
ntatlve from Nebraska nee
! Th TUfinn-'
Vebraka, but no trophy wa
rmrranced for next season:
rat t 'VTtiwiaaw t?k td ii-....i
i ' " .o. Aiisnuuri
jat Ksnaam City, Nov. 30. The
wnq M.-uruuim provision
I UtMin n4a, waA1mIm .
vs. Iowa at Lawrence. Nov.
,"wh, Jjov. w. Missouri
www in - -aaa iHCi ait Uir
r aM organized rearularly. so
! 4h vAMiva rVta It., -si..
Of the unTver-Ity. The class
warn m jwrrraJiifi: iu prncci ar-
r msv k:jc w, aif mnicntrs.
tltntlAn nf -lull Th-
rand Oerman clubs: hls-
! an lltiarnv H..K-.
IBlaba In the junior and senior
HMelata In the freshmen and
sssses-Aa a ruie iney are en-
rogreaslve. The leaders are
the special subject of studv
i ssaasbera to areater real.
tkejlMiirogm Is beidnnlni:
o suaeniF are more
rckaUona of things. Thelt
aamn mnu iney study
aurowiy snu suiier
y. Tho formation of
carried tn evis... umi
jaajr be a. reaction, but it
that dubs will hence-
part or the col-
la Ik. T.il. j. .
- w mhm uruiri-
rinrunKU ana tne
sssectea nonor on
S." K "-
iCWftt," has been
nan in mix
Snaf (ha vjla..
I far.tbo flrat time
a ran arama
i best play e-er
Ml th ninilllU
I -AS sot cause any
jA! In securinK
' Yha nlir fnr
1n and deltv-
, Tb Medea."
tin play. The
, to hold
and sh the
m- iis Intl. t.f Atinl th ' are
-Ttfr f the Ot-
tv.-niiiBni J.ru del-t.'. t Bjtur-
-" " '".iin . , t.T . .
i' flu- trny-' nl pl.tvt team' in me up
..r t l...t. t. f i mini ....
On 'llitiixlay ettniii.- Mi. tui.1 lf .lolm
S. MmJui emeitmnxi Hi' Ul'ts Mill i;s
iJilies ! tlu I.. I.. I al'l a .oltirlnitlilllit.
mimtur n .miiiiir t.. tit . .... n u .nn ..,l .
1 H n tlon 1 l.ti tiui.i i.i to K..ikK
ttii.l was an ..'Maioti of JHat . JO. imnt to
all (it.s. m.
tn I'lllii att.Tiiuoii tin- Athlttle Aso..
atlon Int.) an linimitaiil iikiMIiik. Aimiiti;
Hie in.itt.rs of lnm.i-h .ill. ml... to .
tile .It'Lli.m of olti,. i. in. Cli.nl.y l..c
Smith nas hsIhIhI pn.-l.UiU of the as
MHlttlt.it, Mi W. I.. I'ml, -ni.t.ir. an'l
tl.aMiitr. ami Jli-r. It. I. Xli ltoi. V.
T. Slnsletuti ami . I., t'otl wele ilnleil
unuiiti' rfiminitti ! n. Mr. V. U. i! im
ilt.m was (Itcti.l ni.iiiHk. i ..r the l.-o:lilt
team, an.l Mr. I. M. I'mi lot, .aptaln.
Mr. J inn" K. llatiiton. one l Willi im
Jen. lis klui.is It. t in tlie William
Jtuill-l'aik tl.li.ite. Is in a .iltiial .-on.ll-llon
as a r.-i!t of tni.U'les, an.l ll Is r
iwrt.t that h 1-ioii is -eiloiihlt liu
jalil. Mr. II iliiptijit luib the nipatnj of
Kith latiiltv and MUuenti'.
I iilcrit tif KnnMua.
Dr. Willitun uas In Manliatlaii I isi
w . ek.
liofcs-.ir Huni.r I' pr. i irinic a ."-t.on.l
patur on r,ile iusecl- lor the net tniix.1!-sit-
uiiart. tl. in which s.-.ial new -.pule
wil he iliM-iilie.1.
Ur. Haiuitv was eallnl to Oklulioin.i lat
Wetk to tri. xieit iPKtiniouv .a tin- .lolin
Mn innr.I. r trial.
V. II. Kt.ll.-y litid his sont Walter and
lamer la.-t tuck.
A tiiw -otitt hits jtist mail.- its apie-.ir-ance
on the hill. Jt is rall.-d the 5. T. 1.
1th llu mU.-b .ur tlio MlisfS llutLhiit-on,
1 -or lie. Hank. 1nlur. Mooie. ltangs.
r'-ouKhton. Kllnliurv. Miller, lian-on, Mor
ris and Spencer.
1'ercA- I'arrott. of Manhattan, was on the
hill lat we.-k.
At the meetins of the board of regents
last week some sneeplni; eh mirex ire
made. The ehanK.s wvre all for lli uct
ttr. howter. and th unit ei sit will lie
lietter eqitiDiK-d titan eer for the work be
Tho new place treated wre as follows:
Aasfotant profesor of phllosophv. assistant
professor of hlstolosv. assistant professor of
law.utsoct.iteprofeiMr of locution and ora
tory. aociate profesor ot met haul, ul il
citieerinc asociate proft rfor of ph slolouy.
assistant professor of inlnliiK t-nclnee.liiK.
aistant profet-sor of modern lanpuaKes,
assistant professor of chejnlstrv. assistant
Instructor of forge and foundry. The law
?hool was letunheneil to three jears in
stead of two Ueoree O. Foster was elected
Mcistrar. The follow Iiik promotions were
made from associate professorships, to full
professorships; Adams, In European bisto
rt; Olin. in education: Franklin, in phtsl
olocical chemlstrv. The follow ine p-omo-tions
from assistant to -associate professor
ships were made: Hunter, in entomoloRv:
Harlow, in oricanlc ch mistrt : Halloo, in
French: ltarlxr. in rrtptoK.imlc botany and
bacteriology. Ward, in engineerim;: Dun
stan. In physics and electrical engineering.
It was decidod to use native gray lime
stone in the construction of the new chem
istry building, with trimmings to be sug
gested by the architect.
Chancellor Snow was appointed to repre
sent the unrtersltv at the meeting of the
orth Cuitial Association of Schools and
Colleges, which will meet In Chicago next
St. Mar)'s College.
Rev Fr. Moullnier. S. J., who his oc
cupied the chair of rhetoric for the pat
few weeks, has .left St. Mary's to condui t
the annual retreat of the students at St.
Ignatius college Chicago. Rev. Fr. Jo-
f ,,n 'i Sm- S- J"' ls takltK a trip South
through Texas, In order to recuperate from
a severe attack of tlie grip.
FtM.iv ciening. March 21, Mr. Peter I.
Wilsterdinff. "39, lectured on Lew Wallace's
celebrated novel. "Hen Hur." The previ
ous evening the Athletic Association of the
junior cllvl.-lon gave an excellent calls
thenic exhibition and entertainment. Be
sides the clever and well executed fancy
drill, costumed march, parallel and hori
zontal bar. tumbling and various other
exercises, tlie programme Included two
splendid recitations by Masters Stanislaus
Bray and Hubert Hornsby. The duet
"Gpsy Countess," sung bv Masters Ito
derlck McQuceny and William StelnhofT.
also the latter's. amusing solo, "Dixie Kid,"
were delightfully rendered.
Wednesday, March 2. was the date of
the -English Intercollegiate contest. The
subject chosen by the Judges was "The
Catholic Spirit of the Renaissance as Ex
emplified In the Works of William Shakes
peare." The students labored six consecj
tlvc hours on their esag. and hate high
hopes that the winner will this tear be a
student of St. Mark's.
The annual retreat for the students 'of
St. Mary's will commence next Wednes
day evening. March 9. Rev. Father 8h ne,
S. J., formerly of St. Mary's college, is to
conduct the retreat. His splendid sermons
and addresses to the students on former
occasions are well remembered by them.
Professor Pearson, English, has purchased
a residence property near the college
ProfeM-or S-indsen, modern languages, has
purchased two beautiful lot opposite the
college purk. It ls said to mean a new
residence and a wedding; In the near fu
ture. Dr. Ekholm ls absent In Xeodesha over
Ur. Swansson sas the Interest in the
"Messiah" concerts has never been as great
us .this year. Iarge delegations are coin
ing from everj where. 1f agents report cor
rectly. Llndsborg will gite them all a
The last term of the academic ear be
gins March 27.
Many .visitors are expected all of next
Albert Undqulst, '95. ls here from the
seminary. He has accepted a call from
the First church, in Kansas) City, Mo., and
will be ordained In June.
Baseball and tennis are ery popular just
now. Football is not tolerated. ThU Is
by eleclslnn of the board.
The church of Rev. Julius Lincoln, 21.
In JameMown, N. Y.. is Just completing an
JSOaiu church. .
HIMIng Myreen. a Bethany junior, has
leased the News, of this etty. State Super
intendent Kelson owns the plant.
Professor LotnveN photograph and a re
production of one of his paintings appear
In the American Art Annual, of which we
all feel proud. i
In all probability Bishop Vincent will lec
ture here on commencement day. May S.
t'nUrrslty of Oklahoma.
P. F. Mackey has succeeded G. A. Buck
lin as business manager of the University
Umpire. Mr. Bucklln has filled this posi
tion for nearly two years and to him U
due a large share of the credit for bringing
the Umpire up to Us present standard of ex
cellence. Mr. Mac-key. also, brings con
siderable experic-nec to his work, luting
served on the staff for some time as local
Mls Daisle Pool spent a few days here
last week visiting her parents and form, r
classmates. The schools in Shawnee, where
she Is teaching, were closed on account of
Mr. Ralph Kettering. r El Reno, spent
r couple of dats at the unltersltt last
week as tilt-guest of Mr. Bucklln and Mr.
C. C. Roberts.
The athletic association held a meeting
Thursday evening. Jav iVrsuson and E.
W. Johnston were elected to till vacancies
in the board of director- for the remainder
of the tear, and legulations were adopted
governing the u-c of the tennis and base
Mrs. Ella Stevenson, musical director of
the A. & M.' college. sitod the chape!
Wedne-tlav morning and render. d two ex
cellent vocal solo. She Is a graduate of our
musical department and received a ne
mendous ovation from her manv studuil
Mi-s Eaurn Maglll has returned tn her
home in El Reno on account of ill health.
Kansas Utale Normal School.
Profes-or Stevenson deliteied a vert In
teresting chap. 1 l.s tine Wednesday morn
ing on "A Business Education."
Miss Alice Spradllti. a graduate of this
school, who went East as a missionary,
learning of the Kansas bots at Manila.
wi-nt there as a nurse.
Dr. Taj lor lectured at Mankato on Fri
The band ho.vs will give a concert in a
few weeks for the benefit of the band
The Literati Society has elected Hovnl
V. Phinney.and James F. Gray to repre
sent them in the June tk-hite. Miss.
Maude Brobt nnd Mr. K. I.. Ganoung.
will represent the Phllomathim Societt.
Thomas Lane passed away on Wednesday
morning, after an illness of fottr da. His
death was caused by cerebral meningitis. A
short service was held at the house In the
afternoon, ami the body was- t iken home
to Missouri for Interment Thursday mora
ine Tlie services here were conducted by
Re. Mr. Saurber and Professor Hill. The
Orpheus Club, of which the deceased was
a member, furnished appropriate music.
Mr. Lane was a member of the "B" class,
and leaves many friends to mourn their
Collese of Emporia.
President Miller returned Saturday from
the East, where he has spent the last six
weeks In the Interest of the college.
Miss Martha McCabe spent Sunday in
Topeka with her brother who has been
quite ill for several dajs.
Trumbull Backus, formerly a member of
the class of ". now attending Bellvue col-
Slih"dtt.iMii uB i
'"? RI- " Mltlnc , friends ' lii
pona, titm Week.
The elan of 'Pll will entertain the fiicillt)
en Mmt.lu.t cttnlug, tin- 27th n.st.
A good dull of Intiresl l lii-lnc niiml
ftsted lit the MinlentK In tin- itn-tlou
Mtui for tht lino. I miIj,. dh it. aid n
nun b. i in.- pripuilii; to .nt. r i!i.- inv
llllllltlll t .1. In t- Iirld in .- u h sooi 1 1 .
'I lie iinim h4 tjr.im.il ihn tltion cf
the s. itloi el.isf In i.g.Hd p. ill-pensInK
Willi I irs .nn Inn- .nil w'lll re. tne some
in in of note to .'..lit. i .in address on mm
in. no mt lit .1 it
-Ml" Hewitt has putt h.i-sl a lion-.- at
vi Nttisi.u sti.tt. .nn! witt note lino it .is
soon us th, ninth.:- Is nitlul.
Sprague l'. blur. '02 was olillgul to go
to his 1 nine hi r.-tlH.ih last week on nc
iniiiit of his Hlnns. but Is usoterlnii
t'hisiti Oinll.). iu. is pitting the organ
ill the I'iim I'r. -lit I. li.nl .-liuitli (lurlus the
all-, lice of t It.-s niginlst, .Mr-. I!ole.
.otlitteat Knnsna I ollege.
M. 1 Miin.n. prof. sM.r of the Iitln de
p.irini. in. is al.s. m on a t Islt.
The oiph.it. in I'luli gat. the most sue
r.ssfui i.i.ption of the ti.ir list Monthly
Tin- iuiisii.il nt rt liiiim nt rildi irorn
Iiw was , t. ption tilt nn
I'mfesssir W.tks. of the Knglish depirt
im nt. lift for Kr.i,l.iii.l list Mumhit. Hi
will tak. a lour-e in 0fi id imitcrstt.
I'ltsitlent I'l.m- has n ttirnetl from his
trip lu the South
, nuinlii r of sfi,u-nt-. an juiiins the
A O l". H Th. t -. . in to t iijut it. .is
.iih wi.irs .t lironl grin a wttk ifttr the
'I he taptaiu of tii. Silt.ition Annt made
a shQrl talk In the eh ip-l list ttetk.
Mr.' Hil.ium who iepriMiits "Dr.
Chase," Is hunting t'hjse" agents at the
Aliss Alta Houston went to her home at
Anthonv last 1'rid.i.t. She will he h iek to
t.iki up the work n. t term.
The third tirm begins to-morrow. Some
new students will be present. Steral old
on. s will not be luck Among these are
Hollo Monroe, Ilartet and Charles Phil
lips Seteral of the -tnilt nh and -ome of the
proft smiis will .itt.nd the conference at
Eldorado this wetk
llllke-r full eri.lt.
Walter C.ire ami C. V. Elder spent taea-tio-i
in leatenorth tisiting t ollege
The new cataiogi-e of Biker uniersit
will soon be nut. It is no win the hands of
the printer. 1 1 promise- to be the. best is
sue ever puhlbhtd foi Baker.
Miss Bessie Brcughton !, of Topck i
high school. (sited Baker friends last
Ralph Wakefield. '!. has enrolled as a
gradu tte student In political science and
Mrs. Scott, of Canada has matriculated
in Baker for the spring term
Eattrence W. Canario, of Hilo. Hawaii,
entered srnooI ljst week.
I'rofe-sor and Mrs. A. O. Reed spent a
cattnn with friends in Kansas Cit.
Mian Ren i Rk hards has returned to col
lege ami enrolled for work during the
Edward Hi-lop. '01. has left school and
taken the pastorate or the M. E. church
at Bronson, Kas
Mi-s IJlllan Scott, principal of the normal
department, visited in Kansas City during
Professor Guv P. Benton preached In
Washington Avenue M. E. church last Sun
day. Highland University.
The Atelceta Society elected the follow
ing ofllcers Friday night: President. Bessie
Rankin: vice president. Nellie Lewi: sec
retary, Lillian Smith; treasurer, Annie Al
len. The followirg officers were elected by the
Erodelphlans: President. Eugena C. Ford;
vice president. Charles M. Jones; censor,
Manford Pearson; secretary, Charles
Brown; prosecuting attorney. A E. Engle
hardt; sergeant-at-arms. Will M. Case.
Tho Literary Society, of Highland high
j school, accompanied by a numlier ot'Atel-
cetas, vjsiieu ine r.rooeiiuiian ootic-ij :
day night. A programme was prepared
which added greatly to the enjoyment of
the evening. . .
Professor and Mr. Magcrs and Profesor
and Mrs. Glenn entertained the Acidemy
students at the home of the former on last
Thursday evening. In spite of an unfounJ
ed fear that the college students were Ij
Ing in wait to "rush" them when the party
was over, the "cads" had a real enjoyable
Ben and Edgar Whitney have left school.
They will move from this place in a short
Misses Chioe Miller and Carrie Travi
have he-en out of school for the past week
on account of sitkne-s.
Knusafc Wesleiin I'nlirrnltT.
Dr. Schyler and Mr. Hagerty are in
Downs attending the Methodist conference.
Most of the students have gone home to
Send the vacation.
Rev. Mr. McMillen of Glasco, was -visiting;
friends and relatives In school list
week. . ,
The la-t society piogramme of the term
was the joint programme given by the
Delphi in and Athenaeum Societies.
The Shakespeare Club met at the home of
Professor Grldley last week. The play ot
"Julius Caesar" was completed, and It was
decided to take up the "Comedj of Er
rors" for the next study.
The Delphian Society elected officers at
its last meeting. Thn following officers
were elected: Speaker, George l'errill:
clerk, Edward Harvey: sergeant-at-arms,
I. K. Caughet : chorister, G W. Mason;
critic. L. C. Hou-cl.
Last week the college defeated the busi
ness college In baseball, bj a si ore of
34 to 2.
A very pleasant surprise party was git en
Professor Thompson in honor nf her birth
day, on lust Thursday evening.
The next term begins Tuesilat. March 2S.
Many new students are expecttci.
Konnrr County Illsh School.
The male quartette has disbanded on ac
count of political reasons.
The students of the high school' were
treated to several orations last week by
members of the senior cla-ts. Among thoe
that wire partlmlarlt good were the ones
delivered bv Miss Zilin, on "The Value of
Good Literature." and Mills Eliright on
"The Time Element."
The Liteiatl quartette went out to Miller
ton last week and gave an exhibition of
their musical talent. The (pianette will
sing at the G. A. R. social next Wednes
Miss Pearl Emmons is sick with the
A great many students are absent from
school with the me ash si, which appears to
be unusually severe, leaving tlie ejes very
Mr. Alvin Alias, of the Conwav Spring''
college, was a visitor last 1'riilaj.
Professor Crelghton was unable to meet
his clashes a part of la-t week. In rea
son of sickness
Mrs Stott will teieh music in the teach
ers" Institute next summer
Spring term ojientd on We-dm -dnv
morning with a ltiture bj th. Bet. Dr.
Slutz of the First M. E. t hurt h. of Wich
ita. Xe.ul all the old siiultuts are back
and n few oth.-is lute joined
Dr. S. S. Noble presented the mn-eum
with a lirge specimen of the Ain.rlcan
eagle --hoi bt a farmer near the citt. The
bird measuitd -1 feet ten Inches from tip
to tip ot wings.
The Ladle-.' library Club gite an en
tertalnmt lit at the college to raise funds
for llhraiv nnprot-eni. ns last Saturday
evening. Refreshments, on the Europ. ah
plan wire srvtd and .ell reported a good
A case of hooks foi the library has 1 t n
reeeived fiom New York com lining
"Words of the Lord Jeus " bt Adolph
Sti. r. in eight volume." and the Apo-tle- '
and the "Rl-en Lord" one volume eic'i.
bt- the same author
The .. W. C A. of the college Is eainm
monev to meet the s,, as-.-mnt
Some are planting potato.- taking .are
of the church, "tiling -we. tnit..t-. All e
lei t to get th- needetl f uml-
Kaasaa state ticrlc-nltural I ollrcr.
The class, s In calisthenics under the di
rection of Mrs. Mett.Uf. gave a vert en
tertaining and instructive exercise in the
college chapel last Mond.at et.ninir
The Donie-tlc Srlence flub it hlch ha-,
been latelt- organised, met lat Thur-d it
evening and enjottd a tert instructive
programme. The elt.b is rompo-ed of stu
dents who are taking the tloniestic sciene
course and others who are interested. Tin
Is only one of the mant good movement
which' Miss Stoner has Inaugurated ln
coming to the institution, as professor of
domestic s.-ience. less than a jear ago
The meet ire of the Farmers' Club last
Thursday evening was one of the most In
teresting of the term, a peclal feature of
the programme b. Ing a debate between
members of the faculty oa the eiuestion or
"Beef versus Milk."
Professor Parso-j. gave a ti-rj interesting
!e.iure tn chapel Saturdat afternoon
TaaVrscre -Normal Institute.
Principal Booker T. Washington, of the
Tusker.- normal and industrial Institute.
Tuskegee. Ala. hr.s beei invit.-d to de
liver a lecture before the Birmingham Iv
ceum, of Birmingham. Ala., upon some
phase of the negro problem. The ljceum
Is composed exclusively of cultured and in
tellectual white men and women of Birm
ingham, and their invitation to Mr. Wash
ington is the verv llr-t. doubtless, which
has ever been extended a negro by an
similar Southern organization.
t)N Olfo BOOK- TABLE
I'lHIIM. S-IOIM t;i 'IIIK m:w
MVEIIIMI M KI.IST.
'I lie Itolutit ill I In- s.irroit fill I'luiire
I. on- in Hie Hni'mi-kH tlluelil
in "Lite (tiii'stintm" rv
look.. Iteeelt etl.
Slrange Is the stort anil weird with a
haunting glauioui of luutv as only Stjim
1-igirlof lins it her leek and call. "Ine
Mlr.icl. s of Antichrist" 1- her second not. I
uiily iu point ot tir-.e.. and must lie classed
among the i.n inline site Looks dl-tlu-(.iiMiing
eonteiiinoi.il t III. ratine. The
work is et.u nioic n.aluie in i mite ptlo'i
and ex.nition than lit'i piev lulls novel,
tianslate-1 also fiom tlie- swedi-h bt Pau
line Bamrofi Flue h. anil di-plivs ini mina
tlte qualities amost Homeric in ge inline
linnresslttni .. Hers Is a Ijrie. mood ln-htiite-d
with all the strength and hie. of
the -atas. A moles sustained interest is
.uipaieiil ill this lab r book, vtt ' The
.Miracles of Antichist." like Gusta Bur
ling.' abounds in the incidents tint reveal
the uolilcuess and deep motives ot life. It
has the same imwe-r and potlic beauty of
ui senption. and tlie n.ing.lng of n uur.tl and
sui.ern itural b a wealth ot lcgtiuls and
'treating of the South Inst. ad or the
Not Hi. .Miss Lagerlot seems to have ai
quired a quiet beauty lo corre-pond with
tho theme. A notcworthv i It iiieut of the
book U its Initiative giasp ot Sicilian char
acter. The author has studied the life and
environment of Sic lit liioroughlj.. so tnal
the book depicts not onlv the teeltngs or in
dividuals, but the common heart of the
people al-o. The religious miracle-loving
side of their nature is introduced, in this
ease without offense, as the incidents
evolve around Antichrist. Antichrist, whose
kingdom is of this world. Miss Ligerlof
lilt ntihes with socialism: his image, made
in imitation of the true image ot the Christ
child, pertorms many miracles among the
people. Indeed, the entire story is nothing
less than a remak.ible and brilliant ailc
gort. (Boston: Little. Brown A: Co.)
The Kniavot of the Sorrowful I'itcnre.
A new edition of a classic is alwavs wel
come. Especi.tll) welcome Is another edi
tion of the peerless Don Quixote, tne
grcattst or tticm all. The present edi
tion is made for popular use in homes and
with it we pick up a mutilated masterpiece,
a modern innovation probablj more suit
able to some of the wealthy, curled darliims
or the age. It omits, too, some of the
mere bloody nnd more inoffensive details of
certain adventures on the ground tn.it they
can hjrdb.be delectable to any one. and
that as food for the imagination of touns
readers they are decidedly objectionable.
Modern oung renders ine not a robust
raee of athlete-. Lastij, the book is con
densed by leaving outi some of tfle digres
sions, and also the long-windtd lovers'
tales Its minor characters have a habit of
telling that have nothing to do witli the
main stor. However, nothing extremely
vital has been sucriheed, and, except for
sins of omission, the original text is prac
tically unchanged. The illustrations are
by George Cruikshank. and the one effort
has been to bring the book down to reada
ble proportion-, without excluding any real
ly essential Incident or detail, and at the
same time make the text thoroughly clean
and wholesome. (New York: Macmillun
Stories of Discovery.
In attempting to get what Is lit'le less
than a. history of the world, from a special
point of view, into a couple of hundred
pages. Mr. Joseph Jacobs has made three
bites at a ver big elierrv. The Story of
Geographical Discover1" is another addi
tion to the library ot useful stories and
is characterized b the same coucise lan
guage and elimination of technical words
and phrases that distinguishes all th.-o
condensed summaries of progressing civi
lization issued b the same publishers.
(New York: D. Apple-ton A: Co.)
Lote In Barracks.
Dan Cupid, the- knavish rogue, with ban
daged ees, was stumbling over the earth
last month and fell in with a hatching
crowd of cannoneers at West Point. Such
is the main Point in these very renlible
stories, by Clara Louise liurnh.im, collect
ed under the general title "A West Point
Wooing and Other Stories."
They are. of eouise, well written and
have a breezy air a ad swing that are re
freshing; at the same time they hardly
reach the general liumhnm standard; nor
have they the punny Hivor that was ex
tractable from her preceding satire on a
Western girl. This ls her thirteenth book,
anil Is very much better than it might have
been aain-t such in overwhelming ob
stacle as the number thirteen. (Boston:
Houghton. Mifflin . Co )
Ex-Goteriior John I'. Altgeld las col
ic ctetl all of his 3x-eches, papers, mess
ages and interviews on the burning ques
tions of the dav. including his much-discussed
speeches on the money question;
his answers to Carlisle, Schurz and Coek
ran and published trem in one laige vol
ume under the head of "Live Questions"
Books and Their Makers.
It Is said that the anti-expansion senti
ment is -c, strong in Boston that books
on the Spanish war find little favor there.
General Greene's paper In tlie April Cen
tury. "The Capture of Manil i." will give
a picturesque ai count o! an intertiew be
tweeit himself and Admiral Denet.
It Is understood that Dr. A Comn
Duties new noil. "A Duet With an
Occasional Chorus." Is to apiK.ai in book
form at first, nnd thus avoid the !o"ss of
any of its freshness through serial pub
lication. The Union Pacific i-sucs a prospectus and
illustrated history of the colonies that is
artistit in form and eiceptionall.t interest
ing The pages are well worth a earelul
reading and will almost be a revelation to
Miss Viola Allen, the -tar" of Hall
Calne's dramatization Df his popular nov.I,
"The Christian." his alwas a-plri-d to be
an ailthoi. She -sav- that there are two
thing- which she would lather do than
at l write a book, or be a trained nurs.
It was not cetierallv known that .it the
time Mi. Winston faun hill's sUCces-fuI
story, "The felebiitf" was published he
was engaged upon a nctel of much broader
scope antl on a vert inut h larg. r lantas.
Alter two vejrs' work this1 last book is
now on the pre . ' Kichar.I Carvel will
be its title and the Macmiilan Company
will publish It In Mij
Mis. Hugh Pia-er's "Letter- from Japan '
will be published In a v.rt short tim- iu
two volumes with several hundred iM-auti-ful
illustrations. As th; wife of the Hriti-'i
mini-tei to Japan, the- author had exet n
tional opportunities to observe the people
ami their ti-toms antl had iccess to
sources of informjt'on which -he has been
enabled to use in a ver" fa-cinatlng wat.
Mr. W T Stead editor of the Ensli-n
Review of Reviews, has 1 itely retuiu'd
from a tup to all the capitals of Europe,
where h- has tnlKul with the important
men of eat Ii tountrt from iln- t z tr of
llussia down. He his written a book with
the "cite lit" title of -The ("nlte.l States
of Europe ' in w liich lie mini- up the pr.s
. in iiolitic.il cituation ami forecast- the
G W D 1'ingh im Ccmpjnt n p;rt- an in-
cre.t-e in St Misine oter J.imi ir .mil
lVbruarv of la-x jear of more than doub'e.
and for immediate i-sue. Eelwarel M ir
sh ill s "The Stort of the Rough Riders "
an edition or 3 vol copies all -old In ad
vance of publication. A. second edition ..f
Harold rreileric's "The Return of the
OM.thonv" i- in pre-., the first edlil in b
ii'g sold four davs after Is-ue.
Mr. Benjamin R Tucker of New York
published on March 22 "The Ballad of
Beading G lol " by e'.,n 3 (O-eir WI'dei
It is a poem of more than f" line- dedi-
ated to the memory of a trooper M th-lIor-?
cii-ird- who was hanged In the j ui
during Wilde's imprionmnt there, and depict-
the terrible -elation- of-the nuthor
and his fellcw pri-orer- before ami after
the execution f 2 J. wa the poet'- pris
In spue of the attention that has bee-n
given the historical Ctrano tie Bergerac
it is somewhat dillcult, on account of the
lifelikeness of M. Ro-t end s famous hero.
to realize that he was a real per-onage.
The Doubledav & McClure Company, how
ever. I- about te. publi-h Cv ratio's own
masterpiece. "A Vovage to the Moon." on
which Ro-tand drew largelj for the third
act of his plav. It i a verv poetical, fanci
ful and imaginative narrative of a trip to
the moon, describing the inhabitants of that
planet and their strange costumes, such as
tannlelk.i'iM te.la if ffftrira Bfl.l naViai?
cores tit the tavern with original poetry.
Heuveti of the Muses!
The Slrtikeepeiirrun Poe'lety. of New York,
iiiinoiiiii Wi a study of the Warwickshire ilia
lect. with specimens mid tin cxnmlnutioi
of Hit- Ellziibethiin pr.miiiii lutlon as drawi.
ftuni the puns In Hliuki ,-pt'ure's plas. loit
er Ihej will Issue notes on 'The Inl
Arqulrim. uts ' of Hie dramatist, nnd a
rurtliiT stud or "Otlnllo." being u return
to Elizabeth lights mid times, for exegi sis
of this wonderful drama of proposed mis
cegenation, hm Miieliiiiu, who Is now- on n lecturing
tour iu Ibis eeiuutrv. begins lu an . irly is
sue of the Lubes' Home Journal his latest
piece of literar work. It Is a. series of
popular articles In which he di fines' the
relation that a minister holds to his con
gregation; how a priacher 1 helped by
ills people how n tongre gallon can make
the most (if ,t minister, mil oilier ph't"es
of lb.- mot satisfaclor attittid. of a ion
greilion to a pastor.
To add to the store or gotjil things already
iont.iin.il In the Hivirsid. Literature s. ri-s,
the publish, rs. Mi ssr-. Houghton. Mltllln A.
f o , ot Uoston. Nt w York and Ulilcago.
hate ju-t i-sutil '"1 hi- Supeelntive, and
Other Essuts." bt Kilph Waldo Emerson.
The otlnr .-mts in the book are "Uses of
Great Men" "Shakespeare; or The Poet."
and ' SocI il Alius " Anotht r number will be
Matthew Arnold's "Sobrab and Ilu-tiim.
and Other Poems. ' .tilted espetiall for the
Riverside Literature serie.! by Lonl-e Imo
No more timelv book has been Issued
this spring than ' nn We Disirm?" bt
Joseph McCabe. which is published bv
Herbert S. Stone X Co. It is a -simple, di
rect, and able di-cus-ion of the subjes t
which the crar brought so ma'terfullj to
the attention of the world. It shows the
impossibility of carrj ing ort such a pi in
at present, but it ilso points out with ex
tr.aordiniry skill and insight the force
which are graduallt and Irsldiou-ly work
ing toward the end The author is so
clear-sighted that things that one Ins not
realized become obvious and Inevitable in
Mark Twain, in speaking of our new colo
nies, the Hawaii in islands, sats with un
usual tntlu-siasm "few places in the world
have such a deep, strong charm for me as
that one: no other land could so lon-ziii-zlv
and besecchinglt haunt me, sleeping nnd
waking, through half a lifetime, as that
one his do.ie. Other things leave me. but
it aoiues; ctner things crange, but It re
mains the -ame For me its balmy airs
are alwajs blowing, its summer seas dash
ing in the sun. the pulsing or its surr-b'nt
is in my ear. I can ee Its garlanded craigs.
Its leaping casrniles.its plumy palm1- drows
ing hi the hore Its remote summits float
ing like islands abote the cloud rack: 1 can
feel the spirit of its woodland solitude: I
can lnar the plash of its brooks; in my
nostrils still lives the breath of flowers
that perished twenty ears ago."
THE BIGOTRY BACILLUS Being a
Preachment bv Elbert Hubbard. East Au
rora, N. Y : The Ro croft Shop.
BY BERWEN BANKS. By Allen Raine.
New York: D. Appleton & Co. Price. Jl.
A WEST POINT WOOING. By Clara
IjOulse Burnham. Boston: Houghton. Mif
flin & Co. Price. $1.
DON QUIXOTE. Popular edition. Illus
trated by George Cruikshank New York:
Macmiilan Company. Price. 73 cents.
HUGH GWYETH; A ROUNDHEAD
CAVALIER. By Beulah Marie Dix.
New York: Macmiilan Company Price
THE PROCESSION OF LIFE. Bt- Hor
ace Annesiev Vachell. New York: D.
Appleton eS. Co. Price, n.
THE MIRACLES OF ANTICHRIST. By
Selma Lagerlof. Translated from the
Swedish bv Pauline Bancroft Flach. Bos
ton: Little, Brown & Co. Price, $1.3).
THE STORY Or GEOGRAPHICAL DIS
COVERY. Bv Joseph Jacobs. New
York: D. Appleton & Co. Price, 40
LIVE QUESTIONS. Bv Ex-Governor
John P. Altgeld. Chicago- Geo. S.
Bow en & Hon. Price. $2 30
HOLSTEIN-FRIESIAN CATTLE A His
tory of tie Breed. Bv Frederick L.
Houghton. Brattlehoro, Vt.: The llol-stein-Friesian
THE TWO STANDARDS. By William
Barrt. New York: The Century Co.
That Mneh Desired Quality Is Lnrcely
the Hettnlt of Perfect Pbjs-
That indefinable quality wo eall style Is,
In a measure, born with a woman, although
a very fair imitation of It can be secured
by care and patience. It is not what you
wear, hut how ou wear it, and that fact
cannot fall to impress itself upon you if
ou will observe with care each woman
ou n..et. You will get. In time, to bo
able to pick out just the point in which
One of the best dressed, and conseouent-
1 mo-t stjush 'tom-n in town lias
reached that position in four jears. I dis
tinctly reme-irber my first sight of her
plnln of face, but handsome iu figure, and
dressed in a mat. up-to-date manner.
Nothing alarming aliout that, ou see, be
cause there were hundreds ot women Just
as well off. Hit by bit she developed until
observers begfji to talk of the change, and
to-day she has no equal. She belongs to
the world of busy women who earn every
dollar thev sjenil, and not to the leisure
class, so the change is more remarkable.
How she accomplished this remains a se
cret, which sho carefully guards. But this
I can sa, mere than one-half of the re
sponsibility belongs to the carriage of her
bod. She must sit up nights to attain
that perfect lommand over hc-r muscles
which looks as ir it were nature's girt.
The woman who keeps her shoulders well
back has no wrinkles in her bodice. If she
poises the tipjer part of the body easily
and lightly on the hips she keeps her
waistline well .ielineil and allows the front
breadths of her skirt to hang in graceful
folds. Squlrmi-ig about In one's best gown
will ruin Its elect, so the stylish woman
cultivates repesc. When -he walks she
holds her chin well in and her head slight
It back, allowing the shoulders antl ab
domen to assume th ir natural and proper
positions. I don't know that I ever said
this before, but if I did. no m itter, ror
It is true. Thi re is no need or a woman
wobbling through the latter pirt or her
lire with a protruding rront tint is de
struction to Hie hang or her gowns. It ls
purely a eiuestion td poise- antl a proper
one is just as easy to maintain when oni e
It has bten round That is in objection
to the iinioisettd figure- so lew women
will take the trouble to avoid ,i ge-nt ral
slinntiiiie' In the figure. Worn II or the
stage, vt ho regard their rorms as part of
their stock in trade, ntoi.l this and are a
jot to the eve. particularly when some ar
tistic ei- drapes the cloth of their dress, s
Willi special re'er.nce to natural lines.
tellovr liniiic. lelltMT Hair.
l'aiicv vellow gauze makes an effective
tuque for the- t. Hot. haired girl that ol.l
fashior.eel standards put bejoml the pale
of an thing ellott in dress or millin.rj.
To match tlie color of one's li ilr in cloth, s
is now recognizee! -us high sartorial art.
however. So the ve-llow toque- is sure to
be becoming to almost any light haired
girl. The gauze 1- twisted and looned af
ter a very complicate el fashion, but it
gives the effect jf n draped crown, a rolled
brim and a spue of ribbon loops dire, tly
in froi-t. A jeweli-el buckle holds these
loops In place. At the back are clusters
of variegated pansles.
The make onr Irrl ,i though life was
worth hvirg Tale one of drier s Little
Liver Pill- after eatii g: it will relieve dv
pep-la. aid diggttion. gite tone and vigor
to the st stem.
Ver) Cheap Tickets
Are on sale dallv at all thket ofiVes of the
Chicago Greet V.'ester-i Railway to points
in Oregon. Washington Hrltl-h Columbia.
Idaho and Mont mm A cowl opportunity
to tratel eheaplt. Consult E S. Hltchin-.
ag-nt Chicago e'.reat Wc-tern railway. .
We-t Ninth street, for rates, time tables,
etc or addros j- H. Ijjrtl. General l'a--sene-
ind Ticket Agent. II" Adams street,
Or the Caliro-nia Limited. Sint.t Fe Route.
Tliere i- a larh-r shop in the buffet -mok-m
car Entire train electric lighted.
Through In two aril one-sixth data, K,m-sa-
C!t to Lo- Angeles.
Tourist sleepers to the Northwest Ma
On Tuesdays ani Thursdays through cars
to the Pacific ciist. via L.dings and the
No'thern Pacific. For reservations address
Ticket Office. 55. Main street, telephone r7.
A'ter "cu bate e-one-luiled that yon ought net to drink
ro:e It is not a medicine, hut doctors order It. be-e-au-e
it Is hallhtul. inylgoratlng and appetizing. It
ls made irom pure grains and has that rich seal
bromn color and tastes like ths finest grades) ct cofff
ani eou about s. al much. Children Ilk it and
thru on It because it la a gennlna tood drink con
taining nothing but tourtshment- Ask your grocer
lor Grain O. th new f ad drink. & j jr
LIST, OF UNCLAIMED LETTERS
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Clly, Mu., Maseh
ill. IsttMI. .
rmsin. tilling (or Uim Itll.rs will .- Mr Ikcr
Km uslltcir bf Inter at Ilia reiUmee at !
Jrruad may t aatared ley bttwrflns la lollowlaa
liltrtt Ifttee- plain!? lo street an4 nemta-r.
Hire wrllcr'a ull mn an rtqticH aiawrra to M
Amber Mr- Arthur A
Apel Mm bin.
AppMctl Mrs Lo'S
Archlas Mrs M. A CI
baiter Mm C h ,
Ilakrr Mrs K M i
llarto Mr Juliet,
Hl4(klfilK5 Miu A E
lllumm Katella A
Uowde-n Minnie A
bower Mrs U
n root i Mra Ren (2
IlurifM Mr i: C
llurk Mra Ib-tm
liamts Mrs A U
Jiurnham Vn Mollle
Itutlcr Miss Lt-e
Carpenter CUra It
Center Mrs Mimic
Charnlln Mrs l: vy
Chlldrei-s Mr Cnaa
Clark Mrs II W
CUT Mrs Malela
Clfne Mra F. I
i load M.U1J :
rook Emma D
tik Mae .
Collins Mm Lief
Poprldxe Mr A V
Craft Mrs Mame P
Cramer Jin Ida
f rc5 Little
Crouw Mr E ,
t uit) Delta
Darnell Mrs W I
Pat Is Mrs Lilcr
P.vU Iln M E
DaiT.s M V U
Dytart Mrs Anil
Edmonson Mm Marr
Elliott Mrs Frank
El) Mrs L O
llnca Mra BIMI
Kvnn Mra C
f.rans Myrtle Kygcr
Falroy Mrs Eddie B
Ferguson Mrs E G
Ferguson Mrs Ttllle
Flscber Mrs Jlamle
Klet. her MUi Lee
Frailer Mrs Llllie
Gilmer Mrs Emma
freen Mrs Sernl-ta
s.reUE Mrs J B
Crete Mrs Lizzie
(.roTer Mrs F
Hall Mrs Jas
Malllns Mrs Carrie
Helneraan Mrs J L
HlRSinn Miss Cora
Hill Mrs Viola
iforlne Mrs E R
Hnskins Mrs Marv
Houilln Mrs Laura
Howard Mrs Ida it
Hunter Mrs IS
Jackson Nancy Jan
Jackson Mrs R U
Jarger Mrs Join
Johnson Miss a
Johnson Mrs W A
Jones Alice K
Jones Fan ate
Kenney Sarah L
Key Mrs Inez
King Mrs Anna
Lamkln Mra C H
Llghtfoot Mrs Pes
Lola Mrs o
Klnne Mrs Bertha
Kirk Mrs Mscjie
Koser Mra laa
McClure Mrs Harriet U
Ai..Keouch Mrs Aris
McKIney Mrs Uealr
Matiee Mrs Mary
Marshall Mra Lorell
Mason Mrs John
.VMrair Mrs Lucy W
Mitchell Mra Lee B
Morehead Mra Rosle
Morford Mrs R N
Mull Mra S G
Mullen Mra Rosa
Murdoch, Laura K
Nelson Mar E
Nevgent Mra Molhe
Newman Mra Louis &
Newton Mra J R
OTonnor Mrs Annie J O'Sulllran Mary
Orth Jlay Ously Edney
Pachel Mrs F
rarker Mra Esther
I-arrish Mrs Carotin
Quimby Mrs Chrissi
Ran Mrs Cora
Keese Harrietts B
riper Mrs Ida
Pot Mrs L
Poteet Mrs Lent
Robinson Mra M C
Ross Mra Mary L
Sackyie Mrs Josephln Shough Mra B
Salisbury Miss U M Shrlter Mra Harriet
Salmons Mra L Simons Llllie
Sandtord Martha Cobb Smith Cora E
Scott Mrs Smith Lottie A
secrest Mra Ed Snelder Lena
Sechrest Mrs Jessl Stecale Miss I L
Seiton Mary A Steehn Mtss II B
Sbeehan Mrs Mary A Stegner Mar
Shepard Miss Edaenter Sterens Mrs
Sherman Minnie Stephens Nettl
Taylor Mra M C
Tholson Mrs Lizzie
Thomason Mrs M
1 hompsoa Sadla
Thornton Mra Mary
Turner Mra V M
"VValgren nna It
Walker Mrs Bernard
Walkee Mra Jess
Ward Hatlle las.
Washington vlrs Ida
Webber Mra Luis
White Miss A
White Mr Cam
Whitney Mra Ella
Wilkin. Mra Lilian
VVUUama Mrs Annla
Williams Mra Mary
Wilson Mra Jena!
Wright Mrs Jena!
Allen James O
Bailey E G
paker e,eo W Or
lu.er J t:
1'ariinkton VV A t-l
llartlou E o
UftiM-tt I-red V
Pcnuett M :
llenson VV V
ilvrihand A O
liegK.5 G W
1 Uckbroien Harry
Andrews VV II C)
Iloleman T V
liowers II W Dr
Iirtidy i. has
Uruwii It 1 chard
lirowntnc J H
lsurhus K C
hurt. L M Dr
IJutth fc. W
Kutton -red W
Lampbell I) I.
Chandler t.eo VV
1'Iark J C
I lark SlUs
Cole T II :
t ooprr Duddy
o-jjier II I
. or-lck K
ir-.uk Chai H
llavldson J i)
Davie Eaz.ene VV
Patls J M
peatls M L
Dibble R M 3
DHUrd G A Z
HI m mitt Fred H
Duckortn I D
1.JJ) E J
l.dHards Arthur M
,hnimannT Leonard (Zi
Flckes (.has t!)
rllbrun J F
Unity Chaa II
'uller J no
Gallion W It
e.ea- J C
Gsrber A F
Gilimun G II
Made Chaa H
Olaock OHle If
fatjodman J W
.low ly Clem,
-f.rover O I:
Halloway vv I.
Ilanmare H B
Hartman Dr (31
Harrey Ceo Wm
Henderson J A
Herieh 11 .
Hide Phil G
Irrlne Smith A
HUty Jchn C
HIln Fay tea
H tilde can B C
Sioiiset C L
Hoover D P (-
Hou-ten B T
Huelson J VT
Jsmleeon G A
JetTeraon II C
Johnsjon Andrew J
Jfhnnn i E
Johnnon Will j
Keeler D B
Men and Wc
Stotw larMravaea tmW
by Or. Beaaait'a tfltwlHa
tho Urealeat a Kaawat
aal laalaaaaal arr aasl
Neenaien4e4 hy 191M &
Blectrlclly Is th one ureal rtatavtrr
lh llt f tmm ana wAnum fliavr Baas
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it . at
rslled upon It cannot fslI--fannraaaJ 4fl.
poailble. All weaknesses mndylTStfMmlmmi
Vital Force come front a lack J- -
rrtcuy in tne system, io oe '
Vital and Nsnra Fore must boj
that Is what my Klaetrle Btfn
supply thla absent Fore and 1 . ajr TL
trldty as applied throuch thtr-WlTT, KW, aVl
my Belt is the only remedy thatt -,
for jou all that. la claimed for ItAt a BCetl
directly to the seat of the weakncl , ,
It and you will not b dUappoli'nf AtmCalS,
will far eaceed your fondest hopes.yr
cute ycu quickly, pleasantly anettfTniio COU
nently. It will flv. you satlsfactltf "uas
the besinnlna;. ft enlarsjes and har4 fmirtri flodr
the rausclsa of the body, it eurea 1 0 -"
prostration and loss of brain power. "-i Jt .mitti
Dr.-Bennett's Electric dmg.soutlJ
Is no experlmtnt. Weaknesses of tnJfeknd MstQ
women vanish before its potent Banvl
will make men nnd women of all IT, UlC 5
stronr snd vigorous. It-has-soft, af .,
chamois - covfOQQ, UlC
pone eMeta . ',
So. seS1 Jid bai
none cost laortal-J -- ,
nanufactura tCa 3a IT"
the entire belt of :-.-"
old - style. nai ltf Vetl
There are poor cL ..
terfelts o: anr fOllOWS:
lltIUr UUi, SS a)
he mMeel. Takrd OI At)
note to the bank a aaeeinn
the teller will sta "
it "no cood." soairti(Snt
public will auF3cnt
counterfeits of rl;a aliall
Horlous artleteaOuCe Snail
"Theptlcea eiation for
only about half what is asked lorjwe daVS ne
style kind that burn, and 1 an
are within the financial reach
afflicted. I ajuarantea tur b
Sexual Impotency. Lost Man
MWaalaV QnaTT1Vl'lfnTBhfrawa ftTltl
ion of said
Weaknesses in either sex: wjjner the
Shrunken or Undeveloped Orrans andyafs "
lailiy; cure iviuiie. iic. wuu ".
Troubles. Rheumatism In any jf
.... - eu 1 ..-. n.l Zfaa
eral Debility. Dyspepsia, oil Female -
nlalnts. etc. v ..
Call or write to-dav. I wtU send VMN3 With
my Book About Klectrlclty. synipxjea' S
blanbs and testimonials free for th ask-M ail
lntt- My Electrical Suspensory for th,;
cure of the various weaknesses of avra Mkjigei
tree lu etirv niair iiuKuaas. wa wa. ssse..
my sseits. aoia oni u
Bennett Electric Cs..
Rooms 1. 2 and - Grand Market
; Twelfth and Grand avenue.
1 KANSAS CITT: MO.
Open from s:30 a. m. to C p. m.
from 10 to 2.
Keetay M A
Kendall Billy '
Kline K la L
Lane H H (IT)
Lea L Howard (3
Lengel Dr Cbas
Ltddle J r
Long W K
Longenether C at
la.ncenccker C tl
LanU t S
MeFarUad A V
McKean R W
McMahas V C
MeMtimy 1 W
k St. -"
. Abell,luSI I
McCall E II
MeCllntoebj S S
Mceaiiiock. Rohb C
McDonald Walter J
Maden M B
Makenburg Rlcbaril D
Marshall J T
Massle Dr and Mrs
Mlleham la 0
Monties B f--rf-''Si
Monier T B f . 41
amis MIVJ -
ts.ne tilHll T
Unn.11 CharlUa t'- s4 I
Morris C A . PVj ""
Moall-y 8 8' I - JS. VM El
Murray Dlltrle i. .
aj esa Co.. 9
NewanOM S r-Jjfins," fta! I
North K "t
t (nn Grain
Neal B O
11 1 oiug. ;.
O'Connor A at
ntermss J I
Otey Joatak B
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V. 81) Ki
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sna, .nd bida
H. Aikins. l&
Parker A A
Parker N I
Parka Jaa M
Randall Geo W
Scbaeffer eiy 1
Scott S A
Scott J wr
Shaw J O
Shelley H W
Shirley I P
Smith It M
Smith Wm (31
Plowmaa E II
Plummer J M
Porter 11 II
Porter J A
Putt W C
Rlnear C F"
Roland Joha M
I St. 'ill.
rd Allan. T I
flmlthcr Joha 11 O
Smyser M -Somers
Spencer A D
Stanford N O
Stoke K W
Stout Joka It
sulllvaa The 0
Somott R P
Sykea J A
Thomaarn L 1;
Thompson L A
Tlllnghaat T t
Tnwera Frank W
a-arlek . ......
ll. Arnold, inv
Vaughan a A
Walker W T
Wall W W
Ward Wm It
Wesson Dr J 1
Wither la J-A
Williams Cyrua T
Wills E P
Woods Luther A
W right Wm It
Yandt L T(
lork J II .
Artlr; RefrlgeraUnf Cm
Caner Confmliaton Co
Frazler Ham it Co
Honner ac Co
Irxrlc Chemical Co
Kans City Wcik
K C Anns at Ammuni
K C Art T.mto-nm
K C Novelty Mfg 1 n
Mound Ridge I.br Co
Moon nicyde CO
Mrlntjre J.T ft Co
Mead Cl'ye-le Co
Mo Stale. Meet Inst
Nat'l Type Writer Ha
Osborn Oram Com Ca
Provident Loan tfe a
(Prest Stat Jloofen"
I'rovldeiK Trust Co
Postal Investment "G
southera Land Co
Sunbeam Uas Co
V ienn Baking Powder Ge
Waiut'.n Cigar Co
Williams J R 4 C
Cerbepugaro Aeepursa Yeo Rezino dt
Hotter G w
Hlnman Mrs LCI!)
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Branson A C
tmnson W 4
Hour W O
Hurley M A
Wa'klns J H
Wrleht T a.
Wnrthaa L r
Ruetman a; HaaBzner-
Wool worth a Mitch!! (H
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