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THE TWICE-A-WEEK HERALD, JULY 24, iqo6
5 The Cleanest Beer ! Pabst Blue Ribbon Boor iscteatiest because it ism it fermented in open vats, but in special Tab-it her tnei, ally sealed tanks into which no air except Jittered air ever enters. Pabst BlueRibbon is cleanest because it is not cooled in rooms where men walk in and out, but in specially constructed sealed coolers where no breath of foul air can taint it. It is stored in liermctiiil1y sealed storage tanks until jx'rfirt in ne, purity mi. .strength, the cleanest beer brewed. Amarillo Ice and Cold Storage Co, PHONE 102. Pabst Blue Ribbon Peer Order a 'caio for your home today National Chautauqua Assembly. (Special lo Daily ranliandle. 1 Chautauqua, X. V., .Inly 21. -M.iny proniincnt. clergmou have hern engaged to address the Nalioti al Chautauqua assembly, now In ses sion here. The list includes Dr. New ell Dwlght Hillis, Dr. .1. Wllher.' Chapman, Dr. Frank W. Cunsaulii.i, Itlshop Vlncenl. iinl Dr. W, J. Daw son of London. Pudding mid Loan Men Meet. (Special to Dail.v I'anliandlp. ) Cincinnati, July 2 I .-Members from all over tho United Slates are In attendanco at the convention of tlie National League of ISuildlng and Loan associations, which opened to day In the Iturnctt hotel. A I'cto will be then in honor of the deloratcs tliis evening, row night. and a banquet tonior- Louisiana Fraternity Mceiln ( Special to Dail.v Panhandle, i Alexandria, La., July 2 1 . - I'ronil IK lit citizens from all parts of Hie state are li;ro to allend the conun llon of the Kappa Alpha 1' t ; . t 1 1 ; i t -. Tiie annual banquet was ;;lven last evening, and several aiblns--es weio delivered by well known deb-gales. The Hon. II. 1 1. While of this city Is president of the order. Mountain ('limber on u Trip. (Special to Daily Panhandle.) Tncnina, Wash., July L' I. A party of nicinlieiN of tho Mazana Mountain Climbing iissoclatlon nrlved here to day and me living entertained hy the chamber of commerce. They will leave tomorrow for IlellliiRhain, where they will nt tempt the ascen sion of Mounts Hakcr and Slniksan. Southern I'ducalor Meet. (Special to Dally Panhandle.) Chattanooga, Tenn., July L'l. -A four days' convention of the Tennes see State Teachers' soclatloti open ed in the city auditorium this morn ing. Many well known educators Including Slate Superintendent Hine luan of Arkansas, and Prof. Cotton 'of Indiana, am present, and will de liver addresses. ' Cotton Mill Men M'VI. (Special to Daily Panhandle.) nionnt Springs, Ala,, July "). ' The Alabama Cotton Mill associa tion opened Its annual convention here this morning. The cotton situa tion In the South Is the chief subject of discus. .Ion. ' Hold Inler-loi'ge Contest. ' Cailliage, Mo., July 'J I. An In-ttr-lodge contest, In which represent atives of all Hie fraternal orders of this seel Ion wll lake part, will ho held In tlie oM"i house toulglil. The Dally Panhandle has full As sociated Press reports. Price. ."0 cents per month. Mother's Ear A W0O If MOTMM'I WHITH MUHnma N iNnnr, Ann in thk MONTHS THAT COMI atPOKK THAT riim:, SCOTT'S EMULSION UPPLrS TUB fXTRA BTHHMPTH ANO KoumiMMcivr so icH"r ran THU MtALTM Of" BOTH MOTHER ANO CHILD. , . Solid f'T (rpo simple. SCOTT Xi l OWNi:, lf!cmlU, 49-4'l Prl Slrcet, New York. Joe. tml i.oo all driiftiiU. INSECT ANATOMY. Woiiderfnl rtrcnllilnir Apiiarnini of WnxpK mid Unmet. If wi tnko nny moderately large In sect, say a vwisi or n hornet, wo cnu sec, even witli tho naked eye, Unit a series of small spotllko inn rl;n runs along the side (if the lntily. Those cp parent sprits, which are eighteen or twenty In number, nro, in fact, the apertures throueh which nlr is nrlnilt tn Into tho system, nnil nro generally formed In such n ninntipr thnt. no ex traneous" matter run tiy miy possibility lltld PIllfHIlCP. Sometimes thpy nrp furnished with n pair (if horny lips, which enn Iip opened nnil closed ii ln- will of lln Insect; In iillicr cases they lire densely fringed willi KlIfT, Interlacing bristles, forming n tiller which allows nlr and nir'nlono Ik pass. I'.ni 1 1n apparatus, of whatever char acter it may he, Is always so wonder fully perfect In its action that It has been found linpie.siblo to Injure tlio body (if a di"id Insect with so subtle n medium as spirits of wine. nllliough tlic subject was first Immersed In the lluiil ami then placed heneath the re ceiver of tin air pump. The apertures in ipiesllon oommunl onto witli two largo breathing tubes, which extend through the cut Ire length of tli" liody. l'roin these main tubes are Riven off Innumerable branches, whiMi run In nil directions find con tinually divide mid subdivide, until n woinlerfniiy intricate network In form ed pervading every part of the struc ture and peneiritting even to the nn teiilllie. AN ANCIENT TELEGRAPH. Inert hy (iroclnn CrnernU In , the 'lime of Arlilolli', Telegraphy as a means of convoying liiforiiuilioii to n distance by means of signals, etc., was usid by tho Orcolan generals in the time of Aristotle. Thi early mode of telegraphing consisted of two or more earthen vessels, ex actly similar In shape and slr.o nnd titl ed Willi water. These vessels w,;;p cadi provided with faucets of exactly the same caliber, so that nn equal i amount of water could he discharged from em h In a e;iven time. In lheo vessels several uprishts ! were I'vi, each wlih ili-.ks ntiached, j on w hich wi !, certain letters nud sen- ' tiMc ;-'-. 'licn ail amis In readiness the pariy tleiriiii; to. conimunieate j v. i'.'i an iiln r started a s.-nal, which ! ..:.' inii"J im:MI it was answered j by n:i.n!ier v.bidi slni;':c I ahead." When 1 ! i : . 1 ves ;'vcn b.ilh turn- ! ed Ibe failce! Mel l!ie water c,,ei- I lllPI"'eil P) ('c.lpe. The WMr eonti:i- i lied to Hum agej-il until tlie sender of the tiled !:!s lur.-li, when the i me.- j nutlet to belli was In-lMlitly .-topped. Tlie receiver t lien read tb lins:ig. on j the ili I; which was sl-indi'c,' level witli ; t!:e watir. and If every! him: had been ! e:;ecr r l i:h exact ness II e a'-v-'p'Hul-j el with the I,' which the r aider I di'r i'v I lo envvey, n;:d w be h of cn'ir" , I'"' e'l ' 'l! il -ho'.VM i ll ihe disk !-t ; n! Ii'ir mi a level ;vl1h IIm wrier In A ( ncMIe ( l llle. ' A local paper In Hungary published jrii aecottr.t of tlie rendering of "King I Lear" on the stage of a very small theater In the town where the paper appear. The Hungarian critic began ' his article lu this way: The historians of literature are still nt dagger. drawn as In w'ho wrote Shakespeare's pieces -Shakespeare or Paeon. After loiiiuln's ierforniance of 'King Lear' there can not he a doubt on the matter If any one will take the trouble to look Into tlie tombs of those two famous men. The rue who still lies on his back has not written 'King l.ear.'nt any rate, for tlie I true author dir.iug tonight's perform ance must ceiv'.inly have turned in his Br,,V"-" 1M...IIO. "Studio" Is 'one of Ihe funny for eign words that have neclliuutlzed themselves lu tlie Luglisli language. It Is ii recent import from Italy, un l.nmvn to J ibi ion's Dictionary and ap parently not nceurrlngdiefore the nine teenth century, but II has supplied a wan!. "Study." which is the real Kng Jhh fer "studio," suggests n room for reading and writing, and "workroom" lacks distinctiveness. The French Ret along wllh "atelier," which literally means a place In which small planks are prepared --In other words, n car penter's workshop.- Tlir I'oppy. The poppy Ibrougbout the PflRt Is on embb'lil of dealh. In ninny parts of India tills llnwer is planted upon grave and in eenu (cries. Whether or lint the Idea was siiRgi'Med by (he poisonous character of Hie julee Is uncertain. It Is believed Hint the poppy whs known as a funeral plant: to the ancient Kgyp Ihnis, for upon the tombs opened hy I'.elmtl there appeared representations of phintN which were evidently Intend ed for popples. (i in fori In b. "Say, Lisle, look around the street corner avaiii ami see If August Isn't coming yet." "No. 1 don't see him.; Hut don't be worried; tlie people are looking morn nnd more like him every miniile!" Fllegende P.lalter. NrnrrK-. "One lias very few friends In till, life," wild the mlsnntlirope, "Ves," iiesivcred Mis Cnyeune. "I siinpose tbit Is one reason why a friend Is so likely to lie overworked." Washington Star. I'liplr Krlcniltili OiikciI. "I have jiet discovered that Smith en is a relal ive of inliie." ' How Ktraiu.e'." "Vcs, and 1 had ulways looke:l upou U',u in u frlo'Jtl."-.ew Yurlf Prv.. One of ths ' Chief Questions Discussed in Pan American Congress. - (Special to Daily Panhandle.) Itio do Janeiro, July i. Almost all of todays' M'sslon of tho Pan American ronsresri was devoted to Milling preliminaries preparatory to I he actual work of the meet inn. A rule allowing thirty minutes for the presentation of propositions and five minutes to each delegate for discus sum have been adopled. This Is greatly o.xpoilitliiK tho work of tin; coiiKiess, as the Latin America is 'much Riven to loiiR-wlnded oratori cal efforts. It has been definitely decided that tlie coiiRress will coniw lo a close on September 1, regardless of any unfinished business 'that may be before, the delenatPH. The Ri-ealest inierest Is nianifest cd by the del. Rates In tho discussion of the Drai;o doctrim which con cerns Hie collection of conlractvd debts hy force. This doctrine whs first siiRROsled hy Carlos Calvo or AtRonliua, admllledly South Anier icas' Rreatest aiilhorlty on Interna tlonal law. Later lk was formulated by Luis F. DraRo, now AiRentlna's iiiiiilsler of foidRii affairs, who is amoiiR tlie delegates to the congress. There I.; lunch difference of opinion among tlie delegates to tho eoiiRress iv';ar(iig l!ie mailer, and it will probably Ik; referred to The Hague tribunal for final settlement. NOW IS THE TIME to give your house a long promised coat of Paint. & j& And in so doing Why not ose the Best The Sherwin-Williams m5y cost you a little more than some Paints BUT THEN '. Remember there is no job too large or too small for S. W. P. The kind that covers the earth. ROACH DRUG CO Postpone Kate Cases. (Special to Dally Panhandle.) Topeka, July 2). The implement rate case, which was set for a hear ing before the state board of railroad commissioners today, was postponed by mutual agreement until Septem ber. The cattle rate case, which was lo hav been heard on Thursday, has also been postponed. The net ion was due to the absence from Hip city of J. It. oontz, freight, agent for the Santa Fe railway, the defendant In the suits. The additional tlmu will lie utilized by the stale olllclals In securing further depositions relating to the alleged rale discriminations. An attempt was made hy tho South western Implement Dealers' associa tion to withdraw their suit, owing to a counter charge brought by the rail road that the association Is llself n trust, and guilty of combining to reg ulate prices In restraint of trade. Hearing for Hrldge Objectors. (Special to Dally Panhandle.) Kansas City. Mo.,' July 21. Col. on id J. It. Quinn, commanding the t'lilted States engineers In charge of the Missouri liver, In holding a meet ing in the federal building today 'to hear objections to the two new rail road bridges which It is proposed to build" across I ho Missouri river at this point. It Is alleged hy th-e ob jectors that, in Ihe lutejest of navi gation, only oivj of these bridges idinuld be allowed to be. constructed. Col. Qulnn, who Is conducting the ex amination. Is a veteran In the serv ice, having cifllcially measured (he Pnion Pacific railway at Ihe tlnio It was built. It was iton his report and recommeiidalloti that tho road was accepted hy the government. . P.inhandlo advertising brings ro billUi. ": Tho subject of arbitration is ulso the subject of much comment, most of which Is of a decidedly hopeful na ture. A lenity of arbitration' for -euniary claims was made ai the con gress held In Mexico in lliol, and will probably be extended for a fur ther period of live years, affect lug all the republics' represented nt the ronfereneo. A resolution providing for the representation at the next, peace conference at Tlw; Hague of all South American countries will also conn? uji for consideration, and will probably pass without u dissenting vote. It is likely thai favorable act ion will he taken in the matter of steam ship subsidies. A line of steamers to completely encircle South America is jiroposed, and would be of Inesti mable benefit to tlie commercial in terests of tho continent. Many of the delegates are accom panied by their wives, nnd numer ous brilliant social events have been planned in their honor. Mrs. W. I. llucfianiiu, wife of the chairman of the American delegation, and Mrs. W. C. Fox, wlfj of the director of the bureau of American republics, are especially popular, both having a wido acquaintance among South American statesmen and speaking Spanish and French fluently. Colorado Kditois Meet. (Speslal to Dally Panhandle.) Castle Rock, Col., July IM.Tho it ii n u ii 1 summer meeting of the Colo rado Editorial association Is In pro gress hero today. Many prominent newspaper men from all over tho" state are in attendance. The speak ers include A. I. Mayll eld, the Den ver News humorist; H. J. Holmes of the (lien wood Avalanche; Walter J. Davis of the Denver Post; (!. V. Har dy of tho Canon City Record, nnd P. Myrnes of the Pueblo Indicator. Tlie convention will close tonight. Districting Ilonrd in Session. . . (Special to Dally Panhandle.) MusJiogee, I. T., July 21. Tho districting nnd canvassing hoard In charge of the apportionment of In dian Territory Into fifty-flvo districts for tho purposo of electing delegates to the constitutional convention, met hero this afternoon, nnd will contin ue tho seslsons for tho balance of tho week, A bearing will he granted to representatives of communities, po litical parties or proposed districts. nasas Temperance Celebration. (Special to Dally Panhandlo.) Helolt, Kas.. July 21. This is Temperaiico day at tho Kpworth Chautauqua, and several noted speakers are here. 'A mass meeting will lie held this afternoon, at. which Mrs. Julia B. Perry, superintendent of tlie blale Industrial school, will deliver an address. London, July 2i. A resolution was ugreed to this afternoon in tlw principle of urging that a disarma ment ho placed on tho program at the next pence conference ut Tho Hague. ANTI-JEWISH Terror Reigns in Russia as Result of Uprising Against the Jews, (Associated Press.) Viborg, Finland, July 21.- Dur ing tiie night members of the out lawed Russian parliament received word that two of their number had already been arrested - namely, Father Koyarkoff, nt Vorener.h, and M. K. Karlanioff, a Cossack at Ros-lov-on-tlie-Don. Itoth Koyarkoff and Kliarlainoff distinguished themselves by preaching a revolution from the rostrum of the parliament. (Associated Press.) St. Petersburg, July 2 L- -A proc lamation announcing that death sen tence has been imposed on tho em peror, Cieiieral Trep.off, M. Poblod nostieff, who was procurator of the general holy synod, and Oonernl Or lotT, "Paciflcalor" of tlie llaltle prov inces, and others, lias been scattered over a part of lVterhof. It is said that they have succeeded in mailing copies of the svntonro on tho doors of (leneral Orloff's and Oeneral Tre poff's quarters. (Associated Press.) St. Petersburg. July 21. It. is al ready certain that, consternation ex ists In the upper spheres over the magtiitudinoiis task Ihey have as sumed. Fvenls arc marching with startling rapidity, and all of the old bureaucratic machinery of suppres sion has been placed in operation to prevent an explosion. Domiciliary searches continue in all quarters of the capital, and tho prisons are al ready Illling, and the old blind sys tem of attempting to concenf from the people what Is happening has been adopted. A censorship of the press has been re-cstabllslied, accom panied by a wholesale confiscation of newspapers. At two meetings last night the Cossacks who were sent to disperse the revolutionists, refused openly to do so, and fraternized with the workmen. It In feared that the uprising In Odessa is but a first, of a series of ant i-.lewlsh outbreaks Throughout the country. The local authorities consider the dissolution of the par liament as a repressive measure, and a signal for unloosing the mob on the liberals and revolutionists. Rev olutionary emissaries are scattering to the country and It Is expected that they will induce the peasants to rise almost In a body. Tlir Lara Lake of Hawaii. One of the largo volcanoes In Hawaii has a large lake of liquid lava lu its crater or hollow. This seething, boiling mass looks like reilhot bottle glass to the naked eye, but under tho micro scope pieces of the original rocks of very minute sire may bo . detected. Where It bns cooled In curious festoons nlong the "const" It resembles slag from some mammoth furnace. The t'antnnkrroaa Member. Elder Keepnlong When wo hear of these terrible calamities happening In other parts of tho world, deacon, wo ought to be exceedingly thankful thnt our lot Is cast In a favored land. Deacon Ironside On the contrary, elder, I feel llko resenting It. What right liave we got, I'd llko to know, to be better off than other people? Chicago Tribune. ' , Not ho F.anr. "Dibble, don't you think a man ought to snvo at least half the money he makes?" "Ves, but how can he, wrth bis cred itors howling for It nil tho rime?" A Retort Courteoon. Student There must be some mis take In my examination marking. I don't think I deserve nn absolute zero. Professor Neither do I, but It Is tho lowest mnrk I am allowed to give. New York Times. Look Pleasant. "Mother, may I go out. to Bwlm?" "Yes, my darling child. Hang your clothes in tho dressing room, And wear your sweetest Bmllo." "Rut tho trouhlo wllh nil this re form," said tho trust magnate, "Is that it Interferes with business and that's had." "Perhaps," replied the plain per son, "but it Interferes most with monkey business, and that's good." The Summer llnchclor. Tho house Is big and empty As u barn; And Its master doesn't hardly (Jlvo ii darn Whether ho stays thero at nil, Whero the phantom voices call; It's n long, long time till fall; That'a no yarn. . mm T.v (Associated Press.)' Odessa, July 2L Serious disturb ances look place In In the more re mote quarters of Odessa last night. The Jews sought, refuse in (he ceuiei of tlie city, and ninny have already left Odessa. (Associated Press.) Sosonlwls, Russian-Poland, July 21. Simultaneously ut noon jester day bombs wero thrown Into four stores of tlio Singer Sewing Machine company hero and at liend.ln and at Czenstochaii, wrecking them and wounding many persons., The bomb throwers wero agents of the Polish Socialistic party, which made tho Singer company tin example of what may happen to others for refusing to contribute to tho revolutionary cause. Tlii Singer ngent refused to give a certain sum for the benefit of the socialist party, and was told that the shops would ho destroyed. A reign of terror exists in these cities. f Associated Tress.) St. Petersburg, July .21. Tho bulk of the members of tho outlawed Dou ni.i who held a meeting at Viborg yeslerday anil issued an address, ar rived here today. A popular demon stration was prevented, but tho mem bers wero not arrested. (Associated Press.) Moscow, July 2 1. Tho police to day alienated to capture all of the delegates in atendanc-e at the Work men's council, but succeeded lu cap turing only fourteen. AiKi-iJewisb OiitbrcnfcH Commenced. (Associated Press.) -Odessa, July 21. 3 p. m. Tho anti-Jewish outbreaks have com menced here, A number of persons have already been killed or wounded. The Cossacks and rowdies are plun dering tho deserted Jewish homes and shops. On Srcdenaia street three Jews wero killed and thrco wounded in attempting to defend their property, while the police look ed idly on. 'Another bloody conflict Is reported to ha in progress in Step ovae street. The whole city is in a panic. Many inhabitants ara fleeing. The lllack Hundred are distributing blood-thirsty proclamations. jf; Savfs Patrons 300 fifties fiSiiiiSifiiiS! t AND POINTS BrONO.ir X REMEMBER THE HARRY G. DONAHOE has purchased the Confectionery Store, and Xe.vs Stand in Cain I'.lock, 115 cast 4II1 street, , formerly . known as the Women's Exchange. Tin's will be maintained as a , High Class Fountain Resort All popular drinks of the day will be dispensed. Polite treatment will be accorded all. A line of hiph class Candies will be kept on sale at all times. All leading Periodicals of the day will be found here in the near future, including the leading Newspapers of general interest. Haying also been appointed local agent for the Fort Worth Record, taking c fleet August 1st., a prompt delivery of same will be made to all parts of the citv at regular rates, 75c per month. Your patronage, will he highly appreciated. Thanking you in advanco for any future business. Yours very truly, ' HARRY G, DONAHOE, HELP WANTED. No Energy. No Will Power. Na Ambition. Losing Confidence in Self and ths Confidence of Friends or Employers. A State of Health That Needs Prompt Treatment to WarJ Oif Serious Disease. Do joit notice n large reduction In your vital encrpy? Arc you losing hold on your dace in the social world? Is your strength gone, constitution weak, nppctile. poor, digestion deranged, bow. els costive, with uneasiness and symp toms of derangement in the region of the kidneys? Such a condition h tho preliminary to Bl ight's Disease or soma other serious kidney trouble. If thi describes the state of your body, we urge upon you prompt action before your health is entirely beyond recovery. Prickly Ash Bitters is the remedy you need; it has a fqjir-fotd restorative effect. It stimulates the torpid liver, restore health in the stomach, strengthens anil cures the kidneys, and through itd peculiar yet agreeable laxative char acter it clinches the good work by tb.or oughly cleansing tho bowels. It la a certain remcdyfor kidcuy and liver diseases.' Accent tio'mihstitute. Insist on luvhif the frnuine lricltlv Ash Hitter with tho large figure 8 In rcit on the front label. Sold by Druggists, Price $1.00 per bottl J SPARKS FROM ? MANY ANVILS ih4444444444444444444444 i 1 When a man combines business with pleasure, business usually sots tho short nd of it. A woman's idea of economy Is to use. a gas range for tho purpose of cutting down the coal bill. .Even nt this 6tago of tho garuo there ure men who deny that Gcorg-a Washington ever owned a liatchct. "Do man that thinks ho knows It nil," said Undo Eben, "Is one o' de people dat Is strong in theory, but liablo to bo mighty weak In prac tice." ! "Did Ethel faint when tho foot pad tried to snatch her purse?" 'Yes, sho feinted and jabbed him under the ear with her left." Poor Policy. , "Do you bellove It Is right for a woman to threaten her husband?" "No, Indeed; It forearms him and gives him a chanco to dodgq." in Msmi?1 I : i ixsAd 1 a 4 a t MMIU A-t.IU.A.t4 . j 4, tt4liA' 0.