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VBBIIK CiACfiUl.lK IS UKIS CITf
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Missouri: Ffclri northerly
KtnM: Mlr; northerly
I v tim way, 1 H to be "Ciar" Iteeil, or
m ri v Speaker Iteed?
ii' 1 didn't turn to tho ttfubllran
p r f ,r spoils, but It Is retting them
Just th- s.ime.
T' o pr i.tem which confronts the peo
p o i ' Mi xlfo Just now Ii 1iow to bo
tut w without bull tight.
It " nissolutoly safe to bet Hint the
pre -lint message will oontnln more
plvtltu.b than statesmanship.
Tho empty nomination for speaker
Isn't much, Mr. Crtxp. but tt Is tho best
the Democratic party has to glv,
Football teams should convert their
big winning Into a pension fund for the
rtllrf of permanently disabled players.
Thli it Kanaan day In Chicago, nnd
the "J ii hawker" expect to come very
near owning the big town whllo It lasts.
Thcro seem to be two reasons wliy
the, sultan doesn't lestoro order. One? 1,
bt iue ho can't. Tho other In, becuuso
It li unfortunate for .Mr. Whitney that
Ids i tn Is practically out of imlltlcs
a th" moment when ho in ltK conceited
first c 3loe.
The coronation of the cz.tr will cost
the Itucolin people $5,000,000. It Is not
surnr sing, after nil, that there are ni
hil t lit Itusski. .
.T iho ,T. IngallB must havo envied
1 Watterson that remark about
Di ii i ratlc party belntr tin "(ibkIo
ai n of quiddities."
T'- failure of Chicago to win nt foot
1 I i impress Mr. Itockefcller that
t i r ..i-jity needs another million or
si i ti g it to the fmnl.
Hon. Kugene Ware doesn't ls
Mi r ultlmntum pretty soon, wo
to conclude that the old
, m "squelched" Ulm.
' samnn Oibson Insists on his
r the recall of Ambassador
may expect to be severely
ny the. British prens.
noeracy can pull It
ear 1900 It will bo
i t accomplish uny
Mr. Heed practl
' tit that If he
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i' Jutnt has turned out
iH'Iallloia, The Mcretury'x
one side, nd If the word
not oh the other tt ought
ding army now consists at
md Sucretary lamont wtuUt)
1 to 10.W19. He should also ask
loimltteij to sit duwA ocet.
"i." omiltuo chairmanships
n vd a number of cangressmt it
i.ly dlmuv-r tijut Toio Iilwd
suguy lnim irdliig otttcer be
i i ktd up to be.
I man compimy objects to JOaU-
pile for an upier berth, but
i ii itutUu on the luequttllty
i ' lied t will perhaps agree to
,inr mite for lover berth,
m admirer of Mrs. Cleveland
1 1 a "her spi-ifh u a coiitiu
w about words." If this Is un
i that Mr.i. Cleveland talk
I. r noe tiicohL-rtully, it is wt
i y pU-itmnily. utherwWe It
niiiig and Im rrunt tvoneiwc,
i oil in nt'N.r without words.
.! Oi'iall' fct t,-. Jt It tartly
i 1( Tr
f T !,r
n.4u. .fcmti -sUta ui l s;;r u, i I,
Ii rt the ttmtt unit refused to continue
the perfotlttatKy. Th( (fntlery ifo.1 may
have hern ft twit, hut the f.... appear
I" have Uwn At the other end of the
UlSA'lTl III' . Al.liM.V.
Th nnhoiifierment. lh! morning, nf
Iho fleaih of H,.n. P. H. Allen wlU eofne
Bk a hvck lo n majority of the people
of Rnnxnx tity f, ihniiten lii it that
but few kn-w f hit tl)n.w. and im tin
timely In it ht nil may well mourn, A
twin of rare nttilnmentB. he hna left ntt
IndellMn Imprint of hie utronK eharfleter
n Kahi.au oty nnd her humnemi Inter
t, he hnn lnv-n n pwrt rf hep tlternry
ntvftieement. nnd he Ima made for him.
aelf a warm place in the hearta of hnn
dreda of her cltiaena by his gehlni ao
elablllty. In another coitimtt nf fhla morttinn'a
paper in ieenlet the hlstot-lenl txirt ..f
hla btoRraphy, and here we dentre to pay
tribute to thorn- admirable (ltlalltlis of
head and heart that made him no es
sentially ii part of thla municipality.
Honorable and hoitrnt With himself, he
wan true to all men; tender and kind
toward humanity, hla life was a con
stant Iwwn to othera; enenretlo In bum
tie, he did alt one jjtan could do for the
moral, mental and commercial advance-
muni, oi ms nome city.
Whlla he was a man of atronft con
viction, he waa ever considerate of the
feelings of othera, and wu ever ready
to receive all Idnna and give them care
ful analysis, and when he found It neces
sary to maintain bl Individuality It wna
nlwiijs unobtrusive, een when It was
most firmly held. In private, as in
public, his life waa most exemplary, and
thoK who wer closest to htm are the
oneu who will suffer most from hla losa.
A .MANUAL 1U.MMM Itlflll SCIIOOU
The meeting of the Commercial Club
Saturday night to dlscuiis the proposi
tion of making manual training a feat
ure of a second high school which will
soon have to be built was nn interesting
and nn Important one. The address of
ur. Woodward, whose nrk toward
making manual training nn Important
feature of a liberal education Is known
and respected throughout tho world, was
listened to with more thnn a mere pass
lug Interest. In an address delivered
four years ago beforu tho Natlonnl
Teachers' Association at Asbury I'nrk,
Dr. Woodward In discussing tho same
toplo strongly advocated inanunl train
ing as n necessaiy part of a public edu
cation and urged that whenever It is
possible these new school! should be
separate from nnd Independent of the
high schools already existing; and he
congratulates thu board of education and
the people of Kansas City on the pres
ent favorable conditions to tealiza Uiis
The crowded condition of the present
high school nnd the necessity of manual
training which is being felt are tho two
facts which, occurring together, make
the establishment of a full fledged
manual training high school the logical
and natural solution or the present
problem. The new school should, like
tho old one, bo n, high school In every
true sense, and should have its
curriculum prepared to suit the new re
lations. To engraft a new school on to
the present high school, which Is already
laigo enough, would cripple both. Noth
ing Is plainer than that pupils attending
the same school should have a com
munity of interests. With a second
high school, such as -was advocated at
Saturday night's meeting, secondary
education, in tills town would be provldod
for in a manner that would add to the
usefulness or our Bchools and help to
maintain the high reputation which thoy
have long enjoyed.
THEY WILL UAM'. TO at).
Tho communication or Counselor Mc
Dougal concerning the wooden sidewalks
of the city Is uu inteiestiug document
Unit should bo carefully read by every
property owner. The facts tuesrntcd
ncluslvely ph w that besides being an
1 1 mini
1 I till
hi l go.
n ml x. source of roiihtnnt
I 'isii.ms, the board walks
i i il Im . lei of expense both
I Mf. owmr and the ilty at
i ill pioportlon to the .saving
ih 1 t glnnlni
i it 1 1 rusts s nearly 125,
1 ' " ir ' i n 'liteimnco
li in ii
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t' .lit ipi
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nil bl hi)
i ible that uri InConstder-
ii i I- upon th me who will
il ' am use of the chunge,
i i i tsitutu m, early begin.
I Wnik to substitute per-
i' i. nn uiriH for the 2M
' . lotting walk bi-ftiie the
1 i . si ,.f tht-ir maintenuiKo
' ft- it mh to be wholly
i. should begin In the most
iHipuluu part or tho cliy and be ex
t.ndea outward with all ptissiblt. nieed
conslfcteiit with Individual prupvrty In
tertmfts. WILL IULl' OUK.VT itKKltrS.
Secretary Jtmeon of the Kansas
Million eiub Is melilng many Utters of
a must encouraging natur reguidiug tho
ncviit tour of Hid Million Club udier
tislng train. AH these letters unite in
the opinion that thu trip was uu un
ijuiililted sulccbb an.j that Inimense good
will conic fiom It. The name and fume
Of the Hunnuwer state hv been cm led
to all the pwjile between Kansas and
Chicago and a practical object lesson
hn uLfl furnished. The train did what
thousands of dollars spoilt for printed
advertising matter cuid not do it
sUowt-4. the people just what Kansas can
do. TbT tau be no juttlon of the
value of su'h s dt-iiuiiuttrallou, fur the
exhibit speaks fur more enthusiast I. ullj
and far wuv cifectively than exuuia
gant showbill. 'f'hw eyes of thou
sands of huiue fceeger who Here looking
toward the South or the farther Wist
Wrtt turued towsrd Kansas uud the
hurvest f In ut Ut will follow ti sot.u ,
aftt i (lit i ut sowing
Out. I'fth in st aiunble it&ultr i f the
ti i i.
I w h
tl ,,, t
4 ll Ju i
1 u I
a 'n I
idat iv i
utterly Min-down-al-the-hecl, that the
farfnfr are ehtnn out a mlaerable ex
istence and that farming doen't ixiy
Mul the fmlta and vearetahlei nnd prrnlim
eiltlhlfefl on this tour will effeitHely
cotinterntit these doleful wnlls. Kansnt
Ii proved to be the plnee for the home
eekrr and that 1h the prime object of
,tNflltlts .t 1 1 1 1 : ( s lO.tlAV.
The first session of the rifty-fourth
conitreaa meets to-day under aotuewhul
peculiar conditions. A number of titles
tlona of vital lmivrtanre to the Inter
esta of the country confront tho eon
Kresi, but the pMstect -of , harmonious
and sattsfmiory Isnttrttona Is rtjinote.
1'onomlc and tlnnnclal leRlsliUlrjri l de
manded, but Just What Mill 'rte teclired
is more than problematical. The house
la overwhelmingly Republican, the en
ate Hepubllean, If Rt alt, by ftti excd
InBly slender margin and the presidency
Is In the hands of a man who la not In
sympathy with the majority of either
party. Distinctively Democratic or Jle
publlean legislation will not meet with
the aasictlon of the president.
It is riot to he doubted that If the
w-lh of the vast majority of the people j In a i-oiitlmml tonr of ' linudiler. Alio
nre consulted, the rongress will do what : rther the mecJtaril l and el ctibnl rffit
1 It can do nulcklv mid then adtomn. The
people are In to mood for a repetition of
the scene of two years ago. They un
questionably look upon this congiess
with toleration rather thftti eXpectanry
and they are impatient for an oppor
tunity to remove the laid, obstacle to the
eniKtmcnt of legislation which Will
remedy some of the blunders and atone
for some of- the crimes of the party in
The election or Mr. tteed assures the
prompt transaction of all the business
pi visible of transaction, If the Perfection
of parliamentary methods catt o.xped to
iho H.,,.1, r ..... , i. i... "... ,,
the work of congress, the Interests of
tne country will be protm-ted, If nn
earnest desire on the part of a party
I hampered by a practically hostile eenat
una by an .obstreperously hostile White
House can better fhe present con
ditions, Mr. Reed Is the man who is best
qualified to bring It about. The Tftllure
to do so will pot be chargeable to the
actual, though not numerical, minority.
a tn .visitors Pitoi'o-irio.N.
Thousands of viiltors to the world's
fair at Chicago will remember the ex
hibit or Indian curiosities by Colonel n
II. Dyer, pronounced to bo tho largest
private collection of ithu kind In the
world, and which was awarded s.
diploma as such.
Colonel Dyer, who was formerly a.
resident of this city but now of Augusta,
da., has offered tho loan of this cotly
collection of rare nnd Interesting articles
to Kansas City If a suitublr place can
bo provided for Its keeping. It has been
suggested that a room for the purpose
be set nsldo In the new public library
building. It Is an excellent Idea nnd the
board of education will make no mistake
If the suggestion is favorably acted
upon. No other place would be so emi
Thait It Is highly desirable to havo the
collection theiu is no room for question.
To have it kept In a place accHslblc to
tne students of our schools and to all
classes seeking knowledge nt the public
library would seem to be the only proper
disposition to make of the generous loan,
it would piove an attraction that would
materiall, add to the Interest that will
naturally center at the library, and
would naturally tend to more generally
popularize the educational feature of the
Colonel Dyer Is certainly entitled U
the thanks of the community for the
proposal he has made, and It would be
exceedhisly unfortunate If the board
should decide that the room asked for
could not lie pro-tided for the accom
modation of the collection which has
cosi him so mu.di care, labor and ex
pcns.0 to tn t together and pieserve.
Human natuie appears to havo been
human natuie a g.td many years ago.
An old speech of Henry Clay's has come
to tight in which, in hla own handwrit
ing, clip "aiijati9i ' and "laughter"
marks are show-n at rrequmt Intervals,
the Bpeech hailng evidently been pre
lMied for publication.
At Clinton, Mo, the other night Mr.
1'otts. col. i I'd, tlutlened a bullet on the
foirhead m .Mi Nnsh, also rooi ed Mr.
Nash haptifiii'd to be thinking of some
thing else it the time, or ho would have
discovered whul was going on and prob-
Hiuy nave resented the rainlllarlty.
llepieseMntlvi Otey, of Vliglnla, Is to
Intloilijn. ii bin In ioiigi..s4 uppi. 'print
lug Il.'iiHl.lU'O a enr for the relief of es
Cunft dei.ue soldiers. Mr. otey has mis
taken his longivhs He should havo In
tiodueed hit m nhure two yenrs ugo,
The pilmipal trouble with the Itepub.
llcin puny In MImourl In past yeitm
nus mat u oiiint U)mhi t could do
anything. Now that It knows it can. It
will bin jn 1st the country with its
The llobohen minister who went Into
tin sit loon business because his church
declined to i. iin. his salary took the
hfhi i osdhle way of proving that he
wasn't . iming tho salnry he was rc
Senator THU says 80 cents admission 1
enough to pay to hear any lecturer on
earth It is. it Is about half n, dollar
loo miK-h to pay to hear any leotmer
who Is nut considerably above the aver
age. ",'""1' ' """ Il HUBS
iih, August U the month foj m,
I pilce it more than all the rest
'That Is. Just now. When eiiromxr oomew,
uh, then 1 like Dut-ember best.
HVSW ASI1 TIIB l.3i.,
An withusiastlc audience yikterday wcl.
cowed w the Nth gtre. t theater "Tli
i5r. il5f "" ',".' ",u r'a"'"l '"e iwrnedy
With Donnelly and (llrard a the stars.
Ube Play is full of th most amusing ami
delightful sutprisvs and the eumpany, both
as a whole nu as regard the imjniilual
Juerubers, l one that wilt be very popular
with those who love that rnu uf auiuse.
went, lionnelly and trlrai.l haie bien be.
fore the people of Kansas City so itwuy
tlnjos that o eipec'ta sowt-ihliiis soul
Whun th' Hppear, luid iu the nerformiuue
as iilvm this -ear Is quite mough to satlt
fy ull who see it. The otlar mtuibets of
the company an- cirver ut4 bright, and
the wool perluiuiujit. ik lull of diuh and
enibusuikw liiat provukv no md of mirth
JJonaelly gnd tjlrunl introduce ernl
new koiigs ami fuiiiinh tau,r pouiou of
thy amukemsnt, iluu au4 Kvnton, the
jopumi uaeiy nium, won muth applaimo
jit.ktt.idsy with their iuliitiukiug woik and
buiUkijue. HUs JUbtl l'Vuion is an aet
rek Who IiOkkVSkl k a pltllJilllg pnmiiullty
sud kbu ivceiied a ,tij tordlui uvleujiui
eaier'Ui. a. In; 1. abl wkjihI.,! jj fhailn
J Ko The Jtwtttro oiutheiii, In til ir
ii.rn.iii Oul.it s,t. 1 illii . pinvuK. I no
i 1 of m iih. while Inn ii Cox in. mi I r-
'" i r' 'im- I many iott in i iter xtlng
M Nt llii I, 1 i l I ' i g i-
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I P p -Ilifk C - i l, , ,
J i jartior. 1 1 ir ii Ciiltt" Vuy
r it tint Htis I'juiuit us in pi t
,m. c bifU, thin us tho miuiLirs of the
CITY JOUKNAL, MONDAY,
fi-malc roetlmll team, and lMfr n the sol
nlorj. In lf. electrliitl atlilT In the ilnslmr
siene, gae nblo snpporl to the other inrin
x m of the roiilpaet Thf re Is a laMS run 1
of humor. Mme root onr. pretu leiie
Inir nnd novel lnK (.n;f.t thst lontrluut
to make the show ene proliiitle of run lh
a larne rtearee. .
It would lie difd'-iilt to recoanlre In
t'hnrlea II. Vales "N'-west IevlVs Aih
Mon ' the original pnmiurtlon nf forttwr
prisms In raet, aliout all that remain
of the old pttalactl.tn Is the name Blab
ornte niu scellr nrnl WAJfMlerfut rivolvliig
S"H'S. rlrh. new . otiinies of unique and
mlBlnal deatilfl: ne specialties and pretty
niR nrimew In the ballets hiue made
IM hlahly slie-esfiil buMSsque mote Bt
tm lh ihrth ever l-Worr, and three vfr
grat-f ml premieres, ilrrwi, not In the or
thoilm mnlln of ili- ballet dances, but
In tiort, rllngllur eklrt, hlrh Irtld a
mii fid touch In th-l ch ver nerfofm
nn. es, app"ar At f r-1 ent tnterx-afs In the
ii-wst litrtslan st i rtrm ta-glnnlng to
etui the bill Is en- .f whirling surprise
end "X silent Sjiecliltli'S.
.Mire M1 Id red lli.M. n s rnrloe makes n
lmndonii and lhoruiilil orthodox shep
hi H nnd Marietta., th" farmer's pretty
iliuiKhtcr. Is wi'lt lefrpreteil by Mle Nan
til, t'e Vrre. Willi- Al V, Decker's fere
Audoche ami Txl srp artiuslrig and clever
hatacter skelrhes Tin Mongolian divert -l"inent
hv the l.misolla trio. ho aro
diesed an Chinese .itlil'tn", Is an anolmtlr
cYhihificn or arciit inrlt It oull tk"
tun much space to comment on all lh
cleer slierlnitiles. Th,. olil '"I'lrp Points"
of New Vork, .ci n In the tblrd net, lth
Ha lnitflrta1 tnfc f, i. lueu Iinii4 lt.n tiiima
,.iv iui. ffwiwi'n ii iiiiii in. ivi iui uinii. .
! ns n whole Is wl worthy the large pat-
i'iiihui ii 1 rrceiMHK i in rmm" mil nil
week, with the usual Thursday and Ptitur
Mr Iiuls .tnmes an.l )il company arrived
lestrrday morning, nnd will be seen here
for n week, open'ne to-tilsht, at the Aud
itorium In a prodiutten of "Othello." This
(ilCHt ts!iakesieri'iin tragedy Is one nf the
mini Imiiortnnt features of .Mr. Jame"
nerulre this season It will rloubtles
be pretty generally admitted that Mr.
Jnmes Is the fotrmoi-t ll.lng exponent of
this part upon th. American stage, The
position which he IioMj he has won through
long years of cartful study and frequent
Impersonation. As lie has grown Into the
prune oi ni artistic mreer ne nas nroau-
i 'nd his conception ard -nlarged
! tnenl of this tioble flhHkspenrean
.! hl pre-emlnetire in the ro
nla-rged Its treat-
nre.enilneiiee In the role Is not
more the remit of p. ronnl tltness nnd tem
pi ramentnl nlnpt-it on ti in of close study
nn.l nttltle ntttltloii Tew of the .Shake-sp-
nr. nn eharneti i"s hint lein glxen such
ulou- lnleipret.itii'ii as hns the tltla
ttrso-mge or ihis trimedv On the enrly
nnull'ih nnd Amerl.nn itoo the actors
1 m t to dwell nn.l inlnt-Ke upon the unlive
qnntltlrs or the Moor Kter.v other pas'lon
a Mibonllnaled to that of Ji'ntouy and
rcenpe To ttilp .lit the elder Sitlvtnt
Is nb.olulcly faithful to the barbaric pos
tlMlltlei of the rhn meter. The modlflm-
11tin t1lteh Went ,,,...1.. In elin.lln.ten it tU
! recutrcments of meitarn tnte bad their
most potent nxotnplis in IMwtn Ilooth and
Lnwreme linn el t The hitler, espeelalli,
gtiie to tin clrarai ler a deiith of humnuliy
nn.l teinb rnees or low which the old mas
teis wotihl ha.ie itiniided tut emasciitntlin
Mr 'nmes bnH mule a can fill stiitlv of
the nntlvltv. tin r. Inl heraeteslstic, the
hlinki spearenn Intent rml the cnlt nt fle
iiieiils of the charm lei and has retlected
nun h upon the evolution nf the stRe
"fit hello" It has I.' in hl aim to pre
serve the nntlve en illtles but to silbtlue
them, evm In the heiit or pnsslim. Into a
measure of HpirniH e ri Intlon to the ur
bane environments tin .'rnmatlst hns ntven
the chnrieler. lt eonCnvl himself tn no
school, no tmiHtlonnl limits or extrsva
canctu, put has conceit -il nnd realised a
splen'lld clinineteilrntlon that at once ap
peals to populnr approval and refilled taste
anil In In no way In tnnflli t with the laws oC
consistency or the exactions of art,
A company of snetlaltr artist Is clvlnc
n high (Iiifs vaii'livllle show- at the (tu
lip this vverk. Goo I houes greeted both
the nftrrnoon and evtnlng performances
veterday. A number nf clever spc Initios
wire Introduced. Cckf rt and lloek, ns
slste.l l.v "Xury. the l lancing Slavl, AIlss
J'e.nt lllitht, vvltisi.nie .liineer and come
dteiint Norwood tire tilple bur perform,
end, Ml Herthu t'ot In a vvoiiinn's rtKhl
monologue, help io piitt the time awav,
W S Ollbert Is a if-nnaste uinrvel, ns
the bill Mntei,. Mlrs , ill i lirnv Is nn at -rnbattt
dancer wtoe tnlnkl'ng feet per
forate the atninsp'mie nt u rather lileh nl
tltuile. while neorse lilrtl does a Cliliitt!
iui:Mit (jim: an i;ximin m.v.
Old mid Voiiiic I'urtli lile lii n Vurleil mitt
Vnibr the lemli ishlp of 1'rofesst-ir Crlt
Itm-Rer, the turning teacher, the i-lasi-cs of
the Kansat i'Iiv sijelal Turnverein eave il
spciinl exhibition rnt Turner hall lnht even
Inn, which w.i vt itnesseit by n pit rruvvil.
Thiiigh the exhibition was glvin on -hort
notice, rrofno.nr Iturger hnv ing had lii.s
thnn two wnkt tn which to tialn the
classes for U il was a highly creilltnble
one and wn gr itly enjoyed liv the hptc
tators, Theri vv.r twelve numoeis on the
programme ,ui I between: times the chil
dren had the floor to themselves and had
a royal goo,i time.
The exhibition consisted of exerclhes with
wands, ilumbhHIit, hoops, side horses and,
alt the parapht nmlla. of th. Turners. In the
handling of vthlih they are so adept. The
children's Uioo-is. actiulttetl the-niseli e vMth
IMUtlctiUr cre-ltt Tile most fun was ens.
ateii by the is i lormttnce of tho obi man's
class on the fid.- horses, while the at live
Turners went through their various drills
and ixenlsis with great precision and
ALL (IVlSi: .MlasOUltl.
Cnrrollton" school enrollment Is t.nit,
tlrooWh Id U a. xt In lino lor a spell of
4hrKftnt)ii mum abermtion.
A 1-tnn isoiiiiiv farm of im neres, over
near Lacb-dt. f-uld last week for J.r.mxx
IMattsbiirs will sell a telephone fianchlso
to tho hlglHi-t bidder, .Saturday, Decem
The daily edition of the IlrookflcM Arzus
gjittl. nn 1 icr o cfiilly Btivo up tho ghost
Hev. T. L West, of Oarrollton, has Just
returnea f i am a four months' tour of
Kurope and tin- Holy land.
Trouble bt Kin at St. touhi again to
moiruw. I'lie Democratic stute ivntral
tioiiimntee lit io have .1 meetliin.
The Olobc, i eiurallit's line new hotel, is
ooinplettsl, ami will be thrown 0n to the
public with u m and bluvvout December U
Coluinlila tiiiisldered the concert by the
Hawaiian band a few ntghts aco the ilncst
niusli-ul ".-rr..inutnco given thue this joar.
Tho marriu' license Industry which was
booming no iu ("linton count a short timo
buck. hu liotiticd down to nn i.uioui oi
only six tt wttk
llvone tniiity has liecome Inritte.l with
the new louit house fevei The pap. ih
there rj itl.nid with one voice that the oiu
rattletrap now iloing duty must so
Mr. U ThobaM, now a lesidt-nt of llrook
flola, wan inn of thu delej-titek ficm (ihlo
to the Hepul.Iti uu convention In 1MJI) tliut
nomtnsttd Alnaham l.lnrolti for the presl
dency. There I sal J to ho In Charlton county
a tree whb h bear bufchels of tipple every
year, no two ..f which uic allkt. and all ut
them more or ! deformed and lniH-ttei.tly
Judge Kor.l, who bat. been a well known
rltiseu of Ki.jukilelii fur more than twtnty
dyejeiir' removed with III famil to
Utile Hoik. Alk.. lust, week, whelx. hi
lioine win neneiroriu pe.
Colonel K i' ilure, of Columbia, ex
minister to ihut country, Is at the head of
tt eumpuin with flui.ttii capital u.'ilch pur
poses Buitih Inu colfee raiklug on a ieiy
etepIvu ktuli in Mexico.
The Couiltr i.ujs that In runnd nuin tiers
fully out humir. il drummers muhe nifuiar
trip to !' iilralia. and iimung lllem ale
koine who huve ,ein perlodiixtl vl.tloj
there for more than, li quarttr of n. centiu j.
(aitalll Hill I. l.-r. of llohlen. nn.l Silee
Howl. oi .Muiyvllle, who were liillniAle
frit n. U ami tuiniudes ilmlug the war, met,
for the Hi M ilme, last week In jloldi.ii,
after a sejiuiatum m more Ihun tidily
A looking club has been orsanUed by
thtrtveu of Hi oukl) eld's prettiest and iniwt
uccooiplUhrtl Klrls. ami their male fuend
hale Ileal ly .til quit lly t.ilten an uddlliiinul
isilley or to tui a. few llioukaiid moiu ou
tbeii own lh fe.
CXaimllton pubiif scliool iiupllk coiiiHbuitut
Uu iu cakh. thli'lteu bilsliels of jlatoe,
sevcial buklKls em 1 1 of apples and ouians,
if Itit of tnlhlli' and quuiultlei. uf tanned
i tilts, Hour, tuiuiiieal, tHc, for the l.nelt
of (he nvnl one thete, a d bolt of .1
thank offering Iat week.
(Jeorge Trout, a former Carroll county
wv, is. . ..tiiii-,t in mi? luttit jit nut uiiury
for haviiit kill. I 4 nun, has knit a lot of
itiuiket that ln lia nuuli while 111 piUon
to I'arrolliou .0 be kold. with the hune of
thuk raising n.one) with vvhUh to eu
ileavoi to m uu a, imixIuii.
The Columbia lit raid Insist that tho in
vltutlon Blvni Hubert tl. lugerkoll by the
kuiilor ildk ut thu unlveihU) to iKllv.-r Hit
licit UMiiiiieiuuiient aiiiiets must lc Jt.
vokfd, ami thai if the Jouug mm full to
lake bii li a II 111 theil'kelvo its i . all
should t'e d uianded by the uiilvreiii
111 liualltv Atlfrhoutl itiuaeti far excel 4li..ee
of uny oth. r b'ato uinl -Willie In the extmt
l ii Iv n
Vork and l'enusvlan,.t
i'i i'i" nt y. ri m us, u m aoini'tti ly
lie b-st authotl i ibat when th suing
or 1 u a i jv, k whig fome Into b, aring
we will surpaui uuy sloto In the lyjuon In
the auauiity vf oui uvilc ptoduct.
... . . - .. . ... .s . . -.--:
UKCKMUKR 2, 1S05.
EDWARD H. ALLEN IS DEAD,
AN IM t.tl.NIIAt. AMI lltlM(ltl:ll ft 1 1
ZI.N tt IMII:M. t'ssl a A11AA,
Mrlrkrn Mltb I'neiilnniil t ICrtnl t lug I'riiln
l.t.iurr nt I tin Atlnulit l.tpoiltloti
time Itni .Mitjor nn I Hi til Oilier
I'oilllon. ot t'lihlle Illtlliulloii.
IMwtird II Allen, one of the most proml- I his wife during n reiMsnce of tlfleen jesrs
bent citizens of Kntises City, dletl el among the tribes In New Mexb-o and Atl
pmMituoiiHi yesterday at U IB o'clock p tn , j rtis, 9o extensive Is the collection that
at his resldem c, i3I3 1'enn strwst, after a VIimhI pjer mletit en?11y start 11 museum
lulef Illness, resulting from existsure st the ,lf Indian curios and fear no rcuni-eiitimi
Allsnm eipostlion. "?'mi.e"llr ,r.lv",e or I'11'110 Institutions
Ills dnath was altogether tilinxiiected I w rT I'J? '. i? .1Ulrr. .... - n-,....
tmui !turdBy night, and In fact he was
1 hull (tlit 10 be Improving up to about that
time. He had been n resident ut hamas
r, .11e11 mm irirn tpni m. isjb, at wan-
bur. Conn., removing at an cariy age 10
Znnesvllle, O. He was one of .1 Tsrge
rmn or cnimren. mosi of whom are still
llvlnr Ills father was Joslah Ii. Allen, u
man of conjlilersblc i.ti.mlmnre both chr-
In,: his resident. lh iVnneetietit ar.d Ohio.
who died retenllv after a brief lllnesr. Mr
Allrn's mother died some v.ars previous.
tl. t It ... .. .. ... . . ' .
.Mr. Allen attended t1i public school In
Ksnesvllle until he arrived at the ati of )7,
when he entirej .Mntietta college, at
Marteta, O. where he remained faue years,
crtiduaitn with lioiiom ite .. . ius .
Clly fot more than Ihlrlv vesrs hiilnr L11 """ arerully collected In existence,
enine t,. i?, ii.L lv!..,,lv .- tlt ,,p utmort . re hns been taken in trmklne
been XL1. "S!S.'?'!.ffii,,in'iif.n,J i11 ,he eolbctlon and the reniilneuess of the
wen a leotter In hiest of the rlt s Im- article l- in rwrv Inn in nee vnurheil for
portant public enterprises during alt thnt , by nmnl t'roofr ,ntn,,ce V0,"'hStl for
mate hi Mntietta college of Colinei ' tn o- ' teeth from the elk slaughtered In the
dore S Chase, nnd the two m n bad Urn itmc
contiiientlat friends mr er. I Itesldes these articles vvhlrh are of ueh
He was iniirrlis! In 1V2 io Mls Ancs cteeHng rnt Intere!, are hundreils of
Iteerher. of Kanesvllle, who Is a niece of articles showing the Ingenultv of the In
llenrv Ward lleecher and who, with one dhms n,l ome examples of the work of the
daughter, I'thel Allen survive htm tribes w-hlh show rrent eevmes.
After his Kradtifttlnn at Mate:t.i c-ilbge The gambling utensil used h the In
Mr. Alln took a post cradtia'n miirse at dinns have tHcn collected iind are curlo'l
lne university, near Cincinnati, whir lie 1 ties whlchnnsny people will never have tho
also re.t law under the direction of ludne opportunity or seeing anywhere,
J. It. Stll. After this he became ruperin- The collection of Indian pictures Is Inrpe
V -... -Ji".-s.ivs
tendent of the public schools at Chilli othe,
O While occupiing tills poltlon ilie war
of the relielllon brake out and lie. hi-lieiing
It to be his duty to enter the servke of hi
country, Joined am Ohio regiment and
serve J capably and faithfully n n captain
of Inr.uitry In the Arm or the Potomac,
Paving tils wife to fill his place in the
hi lioo.e of Chllllcothe until his leturn.
After the close of the war. In lb'i. he
wrote to Colonel r.i.sit at Sit. Intuit, u-heie
b.. j , ,- --- -","-.- ..
e was then stationed, that he had tie-
It.enilM.lll tl, i.M. VI. dl ..1.1 nil . iu 1. a
tcrmilied to come West and nskotl ills
advb e is to the best Milnt for lutsillon.
IXilonel t'ase lecommendetl Kansas Cltv,
and a few weeks Inter tn.'t him ami his
th.n law partner. Ionian Pullerton. here.
.Mr Allen bepnn Immeill.utly the practice
of law In Kaiih.iH Clt, nssiKlating hltn-elf
With Mr. F"ll)l,.'lon. m 1 unnn ipi.nr.nl ;.
large aim protltatue iirtutiee.
iiuailllt Hlioutt OH
,,,.,1 1... t. i i. . . , . .
fi1"08: '"to )N lllh, ll ""! bpt reduced by
i,,. i, ,h,, k.i,A t on i . ( "! ns ioio
ImtiC In the balince and when the wltest
1" ??e?r ihe shattered crart In the right dt-
J" "" ,'or lis iiiiurt- Krow i I n.i pros-
ilie time and place and from "tbat yeJr
il:,:,,e!.5J,",,,50,, s,ict'e'', of Kn,1K,s C"y
lie proven io oe ine rivnt man ror
as a metropolis,
Mr. Alien's thief characteristics were
then, and ever since Inve been, n. quick
ami ui urate oompreh, nslon of facts and
sunyiunuinKs, and a clear foresight nnd
sound Jiiugnieiit as to consequences and re
sults. This has been fully recoKnlzert by
his fellow eliiztns and he has a.cordtniily
occuplid for innny ,),irs iKisItlons of gn it
rcspuiiMhilitj and trust, sucli ns president
tn ine uoaro oi irauv, presi'ient oi in. r
,1I1( lilt . n. .! n.1 ..
iiiit lift r oi in it v r-fj. n ii''iss
.loiiii.ni u- inmiiiHin..Vl IiIb xTiAtw ..r .,,,?.
"O'lueniij insmiaineu ill Men of tiue
The rtinulnk Will lt-3 pluci 1 ItmiHirarlly In
Ki ttiu "S mi.iii. .ii mw,2:1 c"S"ieri'
inf Ji b v1!111 i, W to re" " i7-"'!"
'.'''si'.',01,1" .a,r are ''"I "I.
i,?i,"Pli"',,,M,n "f,' .f lnl,s Ul''
who ha huen a lifelong fihnd and ttM-o-
elate or Mr. Al en. Miulto of hi earlltr life
hist evening. He said: '
"l became aecimilntid with K wind Her-
rt'k Allen in bepteinher, ts'7, wh, li we en-
U i nil .Marietta collese. uh ci ait rrehmin.
uti.l u h..ra u .. .,,, I ,t, ... ., ,..,,.. t.. .
mute, and Part Of till lime as lonmmaltxi
...v. ....v.,- .... . w. .......... iiiHrnin nit tfttK
until we were graduated four jeai later,
1 e.. In July. 1S51. He was liorn In .uiiuvin..
. . ""ii e.e ni-t.siiii vune. craiiueii.i. enonv miii iron uonii. or
"''''"""'V'hln less thiin two jears diffeient bhapes and sizes due or the
nf ,h2 .oV''t'.',1..?r,,,1'i 'Tii'0"..0' mi,'r riambllti l especially murdcious look-
pf the clt It was lust at the time when imr i. ' aliout twentv-slv imhes loin
the cltv was btirinntaf to emeree from I he 7. i... i. ... '..V.. .i .. J. u. l'" ..?. . "'"'"
the board of trustees of the' rim -Con! "nPpa ffi of 1,1 nkctif" woven In various
ff-T'i.lMCiul, 'pr'esnien't XlhoTv.a' o. sl owing some' dVe ' s'klll "made
t IneiitT llii itUna 'mJ iJi.n lso,daiion" from ,,,p 'tripping taken fiom the un.ler-
pr"s"d"m of lie Ramus Ctf "",'', "J ,U,, V"lm ,M,ftl,,,Vl'., ",,8"1,r ?""
Son of the Involution, etc. frthctett In form' enttieli bv hand. Two
ii.. ...... 1. 1 .....iii. i,,,'. ,.i. ... ctdi ml drec. mad. on one nii-ce each.
....l.n.u. 1 .... I...1 a 1 d rt,.... . .nn ....f..,. n... ..
Jk.- V UUiti ftl"1
eulilv-iie.l ne se Tueil i i , ,a, Vn ?nV "aik, rrom six to twelve feet lone, mndo
enituro and art el her hi J, L.? ef?e '.', ,n ""' t"'"e manner that the di esses ,e
nJSi,, rS,;l,v,i a . 1 1 f ,l I "'"'' A small l.it fiiim tho coast, called
ing or b j.uropean travel, aint lit death ,, ,,IlW, t, is n ,.iH1. i,nn enrk nni i
SLt l7.t the community fro,,, lUd'el!' l.isl Jly mT tho.e'asti, Uo"r" 'tho
'ffi, Kralu U 1.,1,1 1l"e,ln1.. . hUlf ' l,lKl1 " n I10" '111'1 n "
ernn n h. 1 lil-l ,' L AS f ?.?'?. nft' ' ""' I,a'1 !" "UtllRg. r. One war canoe.
gSuTnVVhuRh1 Vr." lonklii'.,! ?. V l!ASrf. "'!,h..!:"' '"'
ii kite nit I7i.ni) vr inn r iiaca a. i,i.iii.
and nt the time llikt spoken of was about ,,f "'' tVould lie Left Out Iu the Told Ir lln
17 jears old. lie wan Hun, u hi has con-i forgot 'lint Cuiifoiiiiileii Paxwiiril.
tinned to ! ever klin e, a toii of most .- .. ..... . ...
affable und attractive manners, an'l wai I mm the Washington Ptar.
ulwuyk popular with ami repe. id bv "What Is the maun '" akkrd one of Mr.
hi fellow student, i'vtn nt that period. Vlvvlck' boon loiiipunlons, "jou haven't
he was renmikabe toi his llu.uicy of taktn th pledhi, huve ou?"
kk-eeh and his ability a a ieaker ami "No. Hut I'm not looking on the wine
ilelwter. lie wa a er kludlnu man. and ivh n It's red In th" cub Juit the saine
llnally iee8ved ihe l.tghekt honor of the lt"foiuiul, l,ie ym.1'" "'" """"
da. He lbsequentlv lecelvnl the cU- "Vep. You've heaid of a woman's marry
gree of A JI. fiom Marietta college, lie lug a 'man with the .,V of getting him to
also wa rettardsd a one of the very Mop drinking. It dotsu't alvvuss work: but
bilBhtest men In lib. college society tho it did In my him. JIv wife Is u btuf.en
l'1 liammu. Ill KiHoihu and oilier tloiiKlv clever woman "
Mttriiry ekerelses weie utwai touldere,l
bl hi ilussmalek and lollvauiiu at muiieU
of titelUnc lii tvti) way. 1 vvuk !ntiu.
mental ill hik titoi Miutf In toeati. in l.'iinuj
mental in his dei iding Io locate In Kunu
i'lt In 1M5, and have alwak coiiKrutulaied
uiiwlf thut I wu able to rcipUr boih th
city and Mr Allen a valuable keivice, am)
. . ,, . . . ,-..--.-
of thl prodlual son and the jojful tecep-
Hon .il hlA hniue when the iiiil.Iii i.e. ,-.
turued Ha wu kueeeil.i l.v n ... ..re. ,.
llumbilcan? whoafte, So'inc? uelral 're-
rnuik. tuiid his ii-spects to l.auuir's ir-,
nllel. "ruiKtbtn!" suld he, "dey forgiben I
de-iit briKadUi? Why, dey'se come walk-
nnu tie nuuse, an pang ie ilo'. an' go
in, tu ue ol' man
aim say: "Wiiar elat
veal?'" ban rrauclseo Argonaut
It was the bub. il. had u-peatcd the
icmurk sixty times In the last lioiu.
Mr. Ni'Wlelgh'b hair, such us It was. stool
Uvvovy ahull wowlalgow nlwuughi'
added tb Iwby, while pool 1 living u ios
the btr c( got t,p and 1 1 j t th. ir window
5 Viil,k .. 'iJ..R f A"0'.1 ''u.rlng his face in the
!' M . ' ,,oulJ ' ui, to iMcwme
tho father ot a ruilwuy uorUrr- J
:. .-1"' '-" siuuu.i in teein 'Tu
UOkiK u Bieai pieaui py inuuvlug Him to '",'. """ " '""s "" "ui i ine
lemalu umongst u." ' window and make uio It Isn't a burglar.'
nf couike,' kiil'I I: 'what'lt the password
,.,.,.,, . be?" 'I have it,' khe unswered: 'It mustn't
llbl, but t.iinii, 1 too simple. You lust say "Irrepiesstblo
Judge Lamai, at a jwlltlcul meeting In tepuhi mobility." and ihen I'll come down
his own stale. aHuU.ng , il,t.hi vsr. .kURiL'", LXZilAW
kllgUefiieil Sk 11 IMllUUtl ease the n.iritlilA !.,.:. r .1 ...'. I.. ..n.l .,...;...... r ".
COLONEL DYER'S CURIOS,
IIVtMi'lte ('DttMtlmi nf Itrdtliln Klilek
turn In n I the Altsntn I tpn'ltlnti.
The mot ertenle private collection of
Indian evrtosltlek In the world. y the
tlania Journal, Is one of the Interesting
1 ihibits In the annex of the woman's bull 1
ina at the exposltloti
Th" collection t the prtprrt of Colonel
D It Dyer, of Augusta The nurleu
nf It was obtained by Colonel Dver and
1 at the worlds fatr al Chtco and the re
, port of the expert In making the award
alluded to It one of the most interest
Amoiiff the more Intsrestlni- ntilects In
., , n' ,v ,- ,i, .,; ,..t,rA..., "Yi.i
Ir,1'','0,? , ', h. i uh I , .i uii
?. J,1 wh,r.',Jl"JSjn. ''),,..ri,AeraJ...V..'",n"
;.. ii.iia '"""""' "' " "l,r -"".
, vv.r?.r "..-. a. .t .-
,t'nP h-L";TOi JK-Vr i,t,Jwl?iS,.'i
' IV fjlw,',"!',.''",l"n ', ,BJor f,'811
'Harrison in 114. Is alo In the collection,
i"n '" "" oi'Ject pt rnre rustorie xnute
I A Mlh&l. tfltMMtt.. 1...4 hM Iu. lllln.H.I H-
A her ghastly hut no les,
!d."l J" a .'heienne scalp shll
1 a few hundril t'te and Pawnee
niri, mads 01
1 l"rn artistic and less gmsonie is nn
e k-tooth dres. derorHted with l.nen eve.
and char teterlstlc. The art dlsplaed Is
not so evident, but the ph lures -how a rude
method of Illustration that is quite remark
able In that it tells its loiy.
There are hundreds and huiulieils of arti
cles u. d In peace and warfare. Jtattlo
nxes and tonmhnvvks show one t-Ide and tho
beaded moccasins nnd fanes baskets tell
n tnr of the painstaking oaro of the
,... s. ..,.-.., ...... limiting ttlis iiuiri 11 rui"
hetlon or Indian curie. Colonel Dver has
...1..... . .. . .. ... .1 ' .
rvot content with mnking this superb cnl
iiuiii ii io 11 i oiieeiions oi ine e.itne ennr
ai ti r fiom Sierra l.eone and the KIJI Isl
and!, and Siiinoii. which show far les clvltl
rntlon than the colic, lion fiom Afrh 1,
owing to the fait that lutFslnnnilcs are not
fcn (oiiimoii: Ihey nre luxuries.
Th re Is a collection of war club"!, bark-
ponnaing t urns nnu t luhs ueil for house.
holil utensils Thej nru ma'le of lignum
"in- mill ill iii'tiiitei tit im- imiiiin, i
K to t mhes at the end. Thete
vvnr club, three feet long, with smooth
linndln and shurn laccpd ciIupk ntherss
r '' In iS! 'ASf tZ ten, ',1 "
bals. w tilth are hanlt mil bv lire.
ne smali mrdvvood bovtl. stanillnc- on
rr ieK(.. hollow r.l out of a f.nli,l bin. k
of lain and po she, wit , pumice "to,,-' It
?ued VoYSSSuiig Uu.. 'i'-aia N S di Ink
which is made by the women thcwlnir
vegetable and spitting the juice Into this
bowl, whlth ts partly tilled with pulp. Tills
pulp l then strained off and disc anted, nnd
the process Is repealed until tho bowl In
full, it li then allowed to ferment three
weeks, when It Is nady to be drunk. ICavc.
Is Intoxicating l'lve halves of cocouniit
shells, cut down to half their natural thick
ness by pumice Mone. One thatched model
of tent. It Is opep on tho sides, and eup.
.. , . - . . - . .
'joint,? X e!?,e. ,?,d.Sl,l.Te.,
fDnge hev m luc lies deep, woven or strong,
,,wi,i, i,.v,t . K i.n.i.i.1. ani.
or line sou nark: several cuitiiins or soft
The neonle who mmln this, enlleetln., l,
long' d to the biown Poljneslan ince They
a n line, mil, linnilhome iwople, with dark
,.,,w . nearly i rnlght luilr. Thc aro
not known to b. related io tho Australians,
nor to the ii.gio rates of New (luliiea and
the adjacent Inlands.
Theie are sUo keveral blood colored mats
nnd lnrne rug, which urn stripped from
tree. Thete are two headdresseV and one
frnn, ent.tiiiu- i.ia.ie tt c-rt nninrn.i i...i-
' '.. s... WIHi
in: iiaii 'io ut; uAituruL.
"Jladu you promise, did she?"
" ano tliuiri nave to When I
downtown to-nhclit she said: 'I'm
downtown to-nght she said
lilt, bkev. deal, but It won't
I've lost iho
'"It hkey, dem, but it won't muke uny
fieme. You ring tho bell uud I'll let vou
" , I, s,ild, 'All light." 'Only.' hhe uld,
wed bttur Hgiee on borne jiaskwotil, mi
,,v,i,i. i .tun t ii-t ill, itiei. intitst.tei, i ua-
sume the cliuiicti of pelug taken for a
lioukebreaker. I've blmiilv got to bo cure.
ful " And he went over nnd resolutely
" - ' """b'r ,ltiM ' tl10 ga "jtcl U,,k"
, ,, ,, . ,.
'"' " "' l.rocer.
Mr. Hlnks ".My husband did not like
that tea ion sent us inn.-'
l.rocer tpoilteii J "Uiu lou like It, mad-
Mr. Hlnks "Yes: I liked It."
t! rover (to clcik) -"James! Send Mr.
Illiil. another pound of the came tea hu
hud last. An) thing elke, luudamu?" Ne'W
Tnetr. lVinhlAli.il "Wliv In 11 th.nl Xraah.
lelgh appears to be so much niore hilarious
th m 'ual of lute? '
ch applied for u small poll, y on hli
and the companj's doctor tejer ted Hi
filiation und urououncea Ulta it buj, i
iMbilegn I un frstanct tils wealthv un.
With her hnnls In mine. I hwd for a
kiss- , ,
Jtit a single cnl but she shook hr
She lounln't allow the cnvtel till".
She .Illll t b-llevt III kl-sinR she said,
And shed box mv enr If I jrnve any
Of forclns my wish with her hands In
With her hands tn mine, I plead nnd I
Hut she wouldn't rrtsnt. It was all tn
Thru I lowly stooped to her lips o red.
And I kissed them-over and over nt.iln.
Dor we tioth of it's knew, nnd we dldti't
That her threat went for naught, with her
hands In mine.
Hosp, warm water, rold cream. brlih,
file, scissors, polisher, imste, almond meal,
anripapvr und glove, nre anions- tho
things which one woman itai lares ne, .sa
ry to ohtnlnlnir n hand that It Is a pleisuro
to own. tllove, she dsclare. are no loi
Imiiortnnt to beant than the usual h, au
ll.inann in jelly make a simple but nood
dessert. Make with bolting water one quart
nf strong lemonade, using onl the Julco
of the lemons Soak one-half a box of K'l
atltie in a small cup of cold water. Stir ll
Into the lioUIng lemonade where It will
cool but not hnrden. Cut three bananas
Iu lengthwise halves and lay them in a.
mould wet with cold water Cover with
one-hnlf the Jelly nnd put the mould on
Ice until the Jelly 1 set; then sll, e thriu
more bananas and pour on the lemaludtr
of the Jolty. Serve with whipped cream.
Inillvldml nlls nnd peppers nre assum
ing grotesque shapes. StraiiRe little red
and gold devils arc seen to h.ike v pprr
frmn iheir hnrnv heads, white the funiiv"
brownies in gold and silver come tilled witli
If a woman would believe les of what a
man tells her before marriage and more of
what he tells her afterwards, the weddel
stale would be a mm h more harmonious
ntf air. Voting Ladles' Journal,
The W C. T. U. of Chicago has had an
offer from the College or l'hjslrlnn nnd
Surgeon of that city to erect n JIMOV hos.
pltul, to be entirely under the management
of tho ladies.
Artistic folds nre the correct thing this
fall In curtain draping. The curtain must,
be caught b.u k far up, and allowed to tall
gracefully over the ribbon, band or cord.
The white chrvt-iiutlicmum luncheon Is
the verj latest thing to give In honor of a.
debutante Tall, cut glass vases det orated
with f liver are used to hold the ilirjuin
themums Two vases ate placed ut each
end of the table, in the center short
stemmed chrysanthemums are arr.inged In
a white feathery mound They on, placet
on n laite while glnss mat, nnd the effect
of the teilectlon Is very beautiful. The cor
lect tllshts to use at this luncheon are of
Uno White china edged with silver. Kadi
dish should bear the ownei s monogram
In silver, not In the center of the plate,
but on the rim All the spoons, knives and
forks should be ol glliei, with cut glns
The lovers of peanut' will be glad to
know that they nre recommended as a,
n-medv for Indigestion. They nre now useil
In a variety of wajs. 1'iepaieil a n. soup,
thev nre rtgnrded as most nutrition. They
make a delicious tilling for a sandwich,
nnd when salted are ulwav a good subdll-
tutt lor salted almonds.
It is estimated that .0,(bO,00u worth oC
ostrich plumes are purchase,! annu ill, .and.
as thu ladles of China and .1 ipan me con
templating adopting nuioptan dress and
headgear, tho demand will boon Increase
Catholic Mirror: Alphonse "Von never
heard of women cashiers running oft with,
their omplovers' mone.."
Henri "Not often, but when It does hap
pen they take the emplover, too
Cur trimmings, which were so jtopular
last ear, are In greater demand than ever,
and sable, chinchilla, and I'tisian iamb ai
I wish I were a little seal,
Who knows of Jo no hick.
Since It, through nature's fuor, Is
Horn with a sxalskln siuque
Minneapolis Journal: The great, coarse,
red cow looked over the fence to wai, it
iJlsinal Davison devour the handout
"Take dem ryez olfui me," said 1 Usinal,
"Why do sou not wish the bovino to ob
serve you."r asked .Mrs Nuwe.l
"Ilecaz, mum, It makes tne shy ter h. n
any one observing me tltstersy at a-eaim'
lour maKiillTeisunt cook, iv."
Three minutes later .Mr. Dawson was sit
ting at the dining room table eating turk.y
and marmalade, und nibbling caul, ssiv at
That ancient abomination, the h tin loth
sola. Is iisuallv found set In a ilur.il .
flame, often of excellent wood Tin wotnin.
Mho has even a blight regard for tsth, , s
will hive the haircloth uuviiing u n,,v i
and will substitute one of toi lu.m v
whole set of haircloth ftirnltiu, m iv I .
com cited into something good to I ok no
on by having thu chairs covei.-d ivi.h ihi,
ostrv or corduro.
I'D. "trlrl of tho South is fair a u ro.
hllll tvliUnce suiely stands roith
That the slrl up here will atir.i. t mora
For thu magnet points true to the s ,rih
Now Vioik ltd order
Xo titles for schoolgirls au bather Imok
straps and umbrella fuhlenerh vvlih s.it.r
bueklts nnd silver plate or shield, nith u
name or Initials, uf tho ovviur et.h. i
Cloves worn nt night should be not only
lingeries, ,u also split iu the palms. T, ,,
will penult the ciieulation of an 'i i .
hand, before being encased In glows
should bo washed In nniiu wntei. nnd 1
lore the are thoiouahly dry uiiointtd well
with eoine pure mid t it-am.
irll.t . t tnt
im. ..!,.. :.J ...,;;.. .v.""" kuiik even-
same e. hi. inn,
, e,.w.. .u inutt;j, tup eveillllj goiVns lira
also a neeeaBlty, and m. are iJqae lingeries-,
gloits to weur at night. ""ker-
in ono of the Washington Jewelry stores
is a diamond breastpin valued at tit..)
oung woman whose love tor ornaments u
inui-li i-riinliii. tt..... I...- ..i.l,:. '',llieil IS
r, .vn;i va'i.',".v' : "" "u then
wusou, andHgliriromliea'VJ u,,'
Wiibhlngton Dvcnlng Stui, iiiuin.-.
Smith has got the hay
Hthel "I thought something wouM han.
Den when she lioueln in.n i,..i. . '. ' i .""P-
color' liulr dic.-Kun. Blraw
In the furnishing of Hour rn,iu ...
senson. rut's nt .lltt. i,... . ----'"'hi tiu-t
: - . -. - " -- ......o. ..-ii.. ,.,...i. u
A pree-oclous little maid of about five went
to church pne Sunday recently will, her
mother, u devout member and regular at
tendunt of the Dpi nopal ehurch b l
1 lie little ontt wilt vert' nnUn.. .
murely through nil tho long berv lee but bee
quick little ear and bright llttiet Prafn
y e not to ijulet as was Indicate" Aft ?
th- service she looked up lm her mother s
fiu-. and. "Slamnm ," khe usked eariie"tly
'they sa 'Ah men' so much; whv do,?,
they cv.Sr gaj ..j, tau'' i'jj9jtoo iludivt.
l.very well regulated glove box should
floits. Thesu ure to be worn with tftavv
l wee, dleckts on shopping excursions mil
the likt. There should be a pur of i'ti
smile glnvik to mill, h Ihe clJtti or cloth
mid velvet calling coktume, und alao J
i....t ui iiuic it-iitoii gut, e tm
ttt-ui tviiii lilt
i'- ..-- .w ui ..i .ur biuii' w Hell lite lilt.
was shown to ,, lady who did n"i 'ch H
- r.wi0" lhrLt! '""s a ifh sine i th.n
the girl has gone to obtain u gftnip". f ! ,',
beiiutlful pin, until she nimiij m,,, "' m
intn.1 that she would make an tirirt to own
It. so the following eo oquy took platl
Hint 1 liappeni d to hear. P'1,
"How much 1 th it pin?"
"A thousand dulUi "
"Well, I will take It f vou will lit lr
pay for It at 1 a vvtek. I o ly "like
't1Sfc 'Uee; thing else thai vv.ij " "
Mlllllil u iu pi eutH Ifl Illll llir.ii. I ... .
blown have, uksiitt,! ihimselie-s Tim
Japanese rug has just favor, and Bnivri e
und I'erslun aie used. Yarloui ineil.!v!ii
of treating the outbid, holder of tie loo?
are ti ed. I'lrst. by using iMiIiii .n..,n?,r
Hccoud. by tilling, whlth D a carpi t of
plain tone. Thlnf. by dem,,,, and lastly by
u Japanese varnlbh The tiiniee iliop is of
couise. very eUgunt, but (i oi ly n ti?o
l.-ubtcj-n stutes I lint it can be pu chased ut
u reabonalde vuluo. Within this boiiier S5
g,w. the center ornameV.u-'