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WATERfiURY EVENING DEMOCRAT. MONDAY-. MARCH 26 1900.
CCAWDY R8id &1gte CAND Old Fashioned Chocolates - ' w - Old Fashioned Chocolates DRY GOODS CO. , ' ' ' ' ' ' : 20C lb. Telepfiotie 4IO. 206 lb. 1 gained eis point, a POLAR CONTINENT Youthful rAttbmey General Made Standard Answer. H. H. ROGERS OFF HIS HIGH HORSE e THREE SPECIAL VALUES IN DRESS GOODS. FOR THIS WEEK ONLY. Oil Magnate, Flippant 'and Kvaslve at Former Hearing, Wu C gelled to- Tell of Great Monopoly'! ' Business In Bullion State. NEW YORK, March 20,-Hcrbert B. HacIIoy, the youtliful attorney general NEW ARCTIC EXPEDITION TO . BET FORTH. ", A Danish Expurer the Leader-r-Xu Search , of Polar Continent or - Archipelago Natives of the Stone Age. Is there a great polar continent or archipelago to tho north of the Ameri can continent? , Indications point to of Missouri, wbo has been prosecuting guch existence.,' "Next to finding the the case of that state against the North Pole itself the greatest Arctic Standard Oil company of New Jersey, discovery yet to be made is that of a alleging combination in restraint of vast unknown Polar continent or commerce, declared at the conclusion archipelago, which, from soundings, of the resumed hearing here: 'driftwood, thickness of ice, currents, "I have got all I came here for." ' etc., is thought to exist in the Beau This statement followed ail examlna- tnTt rpa ,o the north of the American 42 inch allNwool German Voile, (black only), ' our regular $1.50 quality, special at ' 08c yard 44 inch Black,, all wool Henriettas, Koxana's Canvas Voiles and Prjncess Cloths, our xeg-, ular 75 cent quality, special at . . 55c'yard 42 and 54 inch new Grey Suitings Including""." Tanamas, fancy Mohairs and French VI- goreaux, regular $1.(10 yard, special at " 70c yard BLACK AND FANCY SILKS. Black Peau de Cygne, very soft' finish and high luster, the best wearing silk made, 10 inches wide, regular price 75 cents, special at . .. 49c yard Bonnet & Cie's Black Taffetas are the standard Taffetas j and celebrated everywhere for their beauty and durability.', Suitable for ' shirtwaist suits, Etons, Dresses, etc. Every yard warranted,? regular: price, 75 cents, special, at . ' '."..' 1 , 59c yard 30 inch Black Taffetas, all silk and good black, , one of the best -values ever offered, our regu lar $1.00 quality, special at 79c yard Fancy Checked Loulslnes In grey, blue, black r:T " and white, green, etc. Some of the best styles of the season in great variety of color com binations, special at t 49c yard FANCY SILKS. For shirt waist Suits, Eton Suits, Dresses or . . v Waists, in changeable effects, hair line stripes, checks, etc., soft chiffon finish, worth 75 and 80 cents, special at ; , ' ,58c yard I NOVELTY WASH FABRICS. Exceptionally attractive are the Wash Goods for the coming summer. Like previous seasons yon will find here all the popular fabrics and many oth ers exclusive to-this store.: . Our. facilities for dis playing and selling these fabrics are not to be equal led iu this section. ' . Blues, Greys and Greens seem to predominate in Wash as well as Woolen Goods. RAMPOO SUITING A material for wear and appearance equal to that of the more expen sive Woolen Goods, iu beautiful shades of -tan, grey, lavender, etc., fast colors, a yard v 25c MERCEKIZED rOPLIN All the new and popular tthades'of blue, grey, red, x tan and green, a very fine wearing fabric, a yard PHANTOM CHECKS-AA new checked mater ial In plain colors for both sprlug or summer wear, small neat checks in exquisite shades, . a yard, KARENA SILK A beautiful fabric with a' high luster that looks like silk but wears better. In two color combinations. A splen did material for shirt waist suits, a yard . 39c 19c 25c SIMILIE SOIE A medium' weight material, looks like linen, all colors, 27 inches' wide, a yard, ... V ; 2oc CREPE DE CHINE A splendid selection of all the light evening shades in pale blue, pink, green, lavender, etc., 30 inches wide, a . ; ... yard, - , . ...;v. ... ... aoc Our Wash Goods Department is now complete for spring, a complete line of . Ginghams, D iniitius, Lawns, Organdies, Swisses, Batistes, Mulls, Eoli ennR, Etc., also a line of exclusive dress patterns in Imported novelties. ' v HAND BAGS AND BELTS. New Gold Mesh Bags, at each ' $5:50 to $10" New, Silver Mesh Bags, at each v $5. to SfQ GoW and Sliver Mesh Purses each 75cf $1 and $1.50 Bead Bags and Purses each' 25c, 50c, $1. to $0.50 New Sof(, Leather Draw String Bag, black and brown, kid and suede leathers at each 50c, $1.00, $1.50 and $1.98 New Back Strap Long Bags and Purses at , ; .v 5 $1, $1.50, $2.00 to $8.50 each In seal, walrus, patent leather, pin seal, Morocco and Japanese leather. ' , '. Carriage and Automobile Bags, large sizes, ' plain and fitted In black seal, pin. seal, wal rus and Morocco, silk and leather lined at each $1.50, $2.50 and $5.00 Leather Wrist Bags iu Metal and leather frames, Vienna handles In black, grey, tan and brown, silk and leather linings, plain and fitted, at each 7!o, 95c, $1, $1.50 to $5 Special values at each 79 and 95 cents Envelope Bags In vanity styles, all leathers, each $1.00 to $0.50 . tlon of Henry H. 'Rogers, chief execu tive officer of the universal Standard system, in which the corporation coun sel bad admitted that the Standard Oil company of ?ew Jersey owned the majority of the Btock of the Waters PiM'ce company. It was also admitted that the Standard owned controlling interest in the standard oil company PEOTY4-W0RI) Ar VS LATE WANTS. LOST Open face, solid gold, ladles' watcn. Lost between South Leon ard st, Brooklyn district, and the center. Finder will be rewarded on returning same to Democrat office, v , ,, .. , ;., . .. 3.26-3 MUST SELL AT ONCE Couch, bed room suit, baby crib, two Bicycles, chairs, tables, etc. C. H. Oster, Oak-ville-, Conn. 3-26-3 FOR KENT Tenement of six rooms, all improvements ;nice block, sep arate hallway; everything arranged in the latest modern style. Apply 31 Meadow st. 3-26-3 WANTED Young man about 17 years in store. State salary expect ed. Address this office. 3-26-3 WANTED Men and boys to learn plumbing, bricklaying, plastering trades; pays $5 a day. Special offer 1 25 two months' course; short time only. Union card guaranteed. Coyne Bros Co, New York, Chicago, St Louis. Free catalogue. 3-26-ly WANTED Two lady tailors to make ladles' skirts. Apply to F. Buck, 270 N. Main st. 3-26-3 WANTED People to have their manicuring, face massage and scalp " treatment done at Miss K. Mc Neish's, 473 E. Main st. 3-26-6 " ATTORNEY GENERAL HADLEY. of Indiana and the Republic Oil com pany' of New York, but practically this same information was given at a pre-, vious hearing in Missouri. This admission of stock control was what caused Mr. Hadley's elation. On this score he said: wuu.! u., ..occasional-stops on the Siberian and way. I do not now need the testimony , , of John -D. Rockefeller or any other continent ; Here Is an immense unex plored area which may contain land and people of great interest, of which nothing is now known." What mystery, what adventure in the quest of such a land and people! A journey to Mars, the Martians, seem scarcely more unreal to the layman. But to the geographer, to the ex plorer the matter takes some tangibil ity nt shnnp- and forth in nursuit of this vision presently a band of hope- DRESSMAKING Fashionable fnl men is to 'set "forth the leader dressmaking done at reasonable . , , . u , ' Prces at 163 E. Main st. 3-26-tf and Arctic traveller. Captain Mikkel sen' served with Andrup In Greenland and was with the Baldwin-Zlegler ex pedition. The. Danish explorer starts on thi8new venture under the author ity of the Royal Geographical society of London, the American Geographical society, and the United States govern ment. .-" If the new land is attained, Captain Mikkelsen will raise on its for distant shore the stars and stripes. Captain Mikkelsen contemplates' an absence of two years. The lea'der will have for assistants Ernest Lefflngwell, geologist, and Ejmar Ditlevsen, nat uralist and artist, both with experi ence In Arctic travel. His companions are to leave Athabasca Landing, B. C, at the end of May for the Mackenzie river, and by one of the Hudson. Bay steamers descend this river to the mouth to theolar ocean. The captain expects to start with the supplies and scientific instruments early in August, sailing from San Francisco in a whaler, passing through the Behring sea and straits, making MRS. L. M. HALL, formerly Miss Witney of the firm of REILEY & W1THEY, announces tho SPRING MILLINERY OPENING." MARCH 28-31. Latest models in Dress and Gage 'Hats. : . v". .' 40 EAST MAIN STREETv No cards. 3-26-6 Another Prize ' for this week to person having high est score. See it in window. American Boxbali Bowling Alleys. 226 BANK STREET. GOLD AND CLOTH BELTS. Military Braid Bolts, plain and metal back nud ,.r srde'brimmeiiti' at each' 1 25, 39, 50, 75e to' $3.30 1 Fine Silver Novelties at each 25c, 50c to $2.00 Black Beaded " Elastic Belts, plain and with - back pieres, each 50c, 75c, 85c, $1, $1.25 to $3.50 Steel Beaded Elastic Belts each 85c, 1, $1.25' to $2.50 White and Persian Elastic Belts at each $2.00, $2.50 to $4.r)0V Gilt and Silver Sequin Belts at each 50c, $1 to $2.75 Steel Studded Belts on white, blue and black elastic belting, at each 50c, $1.00, $1.50 to $4.93 New line Flue Silk and Velvet Ehistlc Belts In white, black and colors, at each $1 to $5.50 Fine Leather Belts In suede, seal, Morocco and . patent leather, iu girdle strap, narrow tailor . made and corset belts, each 50, 75, 85c, $1 to $3.50 New line Black and White Silk Girdle and tail or made Belts In regular aud extra lengths, new shapes, each 50c,.$l and $1.50 Coat Belts In black and white seal, kid and patent leather, at each . 10c, 25c, 50c aud (1 official of the Standard Oil company on the points which I have had such diffi culty in clearing up." - , The, hearing was marked by a most decided change in the bearing and tac tics of the Standard Oil witnesses and their counsel. At previous hearings Mr. Rogers was frequently flippant Alaskan coast to procure a couple of Siberian ponies and carefully selected sledge dogs. The party plan to meet about the last of August, and attempt to reach -Cape Neslon and there unload the out fit. Then a boat capable of carrying three or four tons of provisions, will be loaded and a party start for Cape SHARP BANKER OUTWITTED and constantly refused on advice of Prince Albert or some Island off the counsel to answer the questions asked coast; here game will be hunted and him. In this Instance the proceedings catched for use the following spring, were of a most solemn character. Mr. ' In the meantime the dogs are to be Rogers scarcely permitted himself, to trained to develop utmost speed and smile during the hour he was on the endurance. (The plan here given is stand, and not once did he decline to , as outlined by Captain Mikkelsen be- Vault Agent Was Equal to the Oc casion with a Notably Keen ' Financier. How John R. Walsh, the former banker, was outwitted In a business deal, is told by the Saturday Even ing Post. ; When he was building the structure occupied by the Chicago National bank, Mr. Walsh had some trouble in awarding the contract for the vault. but finally arranged that it must be compjad . bj.. a. pertain . time and In ipr$ED. MACHINISTS WANTED, First class workmen for Jig, tool and model work on light, high grada machinery. Good pay and perma nent employment to competent workmen. Railroad fare allowed to acceptable men who make good. Apply immediately by letter to F. S. Blackall, care The Taff-Piorco Manufacturing Co, Woonsocket, Rhode Island. ' 2-15-10 WANTED The public toknowthat we are serving the best 20c dinner to be found in the valley. Those who don't go home to dinner would do well to try Brior's restaurant, 270 South Main st. WANTED 1,000 peop'e to inspect the ' largest - stock of pure wines and liquors in the state, and pive them a trial. Morris M. Olanoff's Wine and Liquor nouse, y-i i orand 5t. ' 3-6-lm WANTED All my old Wends and the ' public generaily to know that I have opened the West End Lunch Room, at 445 West Main St. Will be glad to renew ac quaintance., Herbert H. Avery. WANTED To know if you can spare a dollar a week, if so open up an ac coun' with us. Diamonds, Watches, and Jewelry on weekly payments. Money to loan. S. M. Schneer, 198 South Main SL : -;. - iO-17-ly ttfANTED PupHs. class of six ta :arn ' n:ce paying business, branches taught reasonably, $5 up. day or evening class. Call soon. Removed to No. 53 Center street. Madam Frances Murray. Telephone 205-2 WANTED Smokers to ' know that If they will drop Into P. W.Lucas's cigar store; ?I5 rank street, they will find all the favorite brands of clrars. tobaeoei. and a fui! line of pipes and smokers' artl cies. ujars by the box a specialty. ll-7-1yr T V ANTED Broken pipes, amber stems " " " refitted. Onlv olace In Watarburv where this Is done. Cheaper and quicker than New York. FerreP, 323 Bank St. WANTKD The people te now f they have cot $7 for a ten of caa! they can ret a big bae Otto Cake from their grocer for a dime. 12.1-tf BEAUTIFUL Colored Irish Peat Pos tal Cards, six for 25c. John Still son, Milford. 3-22-12 FOR HALE A four hole Morgan tjormen Dutter case, $50. Inquire Union Supply Co, 118 South Main st. - s 3-12-tf $1.00 KITCHEN CLOCKS, eight day, r.our ana nan hour strike, $1.95; $1.50 gold clocks, $1; $1 alarm clocks, 75c. Plerpont, Jeweler and Graduate Optician, 106 S. Main. FOR SALE A brick block, 63 Center St; supplied with hot and cold water, steam heat and all modern improvements throughout; well rented and paying over 10 per cent on the price asked for it. A vacant lot or unimproved property wfl be considered, hvpart payment. One half of. i answers i T lv imwirr-K I:.ib" forjrtbe' 'Hbyal Geographical Boclety.)("''1i,T? 'hTiIv w wnniH h a ' ,he Pchas9 money can remain on morPJ? The Standard Oil company faces I In the early part of February the nenakv of $1 000 a dav When the p. Annual Income about $6,000. In greater peril today In one .state than whole party are to start northward. 11 1 fluhed 3fl Lk the i n Caffney, 76 Center street ' ever before In all the years of its ex istence. If the suits brought against the "Rockefeller trust' by the state of Missouri succeed on the lines laid down by Mr. Hadley the penalty will be a heavy one. According to admissions already wrung from the'conipany, It Is operating without regard to the laws governing trusts, and Mr. Jladley says traveling on the Ice. Several Esqul- niaus are to be added to the company of white men. Food for 140 days will be carried for the men and for two ponies and 30 dogs. Captain Mikkel sen has considerable faith in the Si berian ponies, having made use of them In Franz Joseph Lands, but counts most on the dogs. By taking soundings the explorers work was finished 30 days after the original date set the company that had built the vault presented a bill for the full amount Mr. Walsh de murred and said he would pay the sum less $30,000. "Very well," said the agent, "I am going to St Louis for several days. When I return I think you will be willing to pay the full amount" Mr. Walsh closed the conversation be means that the mtulshnient shall fit the crime. I expect to find whether or not the con- ty intimating that If an action at law With the verdict against the trust, ; tlnenta! shelf has been crossed. The was contemplated the sooner it was started the better he would like It E0 I$IT. TO KENT Tenement in Fitzpat rlck's block, corner Wall and East Main sts. Inquire at Fitzpatrick'a pharmacy. 3-22-12 tlie company may be made to suffer the confiscation of all its property within the boundaries of Missouri. RED MAN'S LAST ROLL-CALL disintegration of the Indian Tribes Under Direction of Whit Ken. Like the Moorish king Abu Abdal )ah, looking mournfully backward at his lost Granada, Geronlmo. from Tort Sill, gazes westward across prai ries and hills to the Arixona of hit great days which he will not see gain, writes C. M. Harvey, In At lantic. Up at Pine Ridge agency the Sioux nonogenarlan Red Cloud, the most famous of living Indian war rior), wbo could tell as many marvels as Aeaeaa told to Dido, refuse to ac cept the government's offer of aa al lotment of land, and goes down, like Dickens' Steerforth In the storm at Yarmouth, waring his hand defiantly In the face of destiny. Most of Her cules' labors looked light compared with the U3k whica the late Henry L. Dswes nadertook when he and the commission crested voder the law of 1M3 started out to Induce the Choc taws, the Creeks sad their neighbors to allot their lands to their members as Individuals, w aooiisa ineir iriDai gorefintent. and to merge themselves In the mass of the country's citizen ship. That work has been graadly finished. The last councils of the Fire Tribes bsre bera held. The epic af the Assericsa ladlaa has dosed. GOVERKORIS MISSING Fight at Magtaon Between Constables and Pulajanea. FEAR ITER! BIS BEES TRAPPED. Fanatical Katlvea aa lalaad af Samar. a Raaiaaea, Sarstrla Oar Mea. OMrtala Weat la Receive. Their SerrcBeer. MANILA. March 20.-A telegram re ceived by the government from the is land of Ksmsr say, that an engage metit fans ercarred between the con stabulary and a force of fanatical Pula janea. Governor George Curry Is tultalng. The fight was at Magtaon, In the center of .Samar, and was caused by tho treachery of the natives. , Thirty ".aa'Jsnea were killed end sixteen of. tine censtabslary were killed or wound ed. Governor Curry, Judge Lobingpr and dlately opened fire, and a fierce fight ensued. In which the constabulary gain ed a decisive victory. The Fulajanes were chased to the mountains, The American officials later came in with the exception of Governor Curry, lie was last seen being chased by Tula Janes, and it Is now believed be te bid ing In the dense brush. Three hundred constabulary are now on the trail of the fugitive natives aud searching for Governor Curry. ' George Curry, the governor of the Island of Saniar. whose former borne was In New Mexico, wss a member of MODERN DEVIL WORSHIP. Ceremonials Conducted in Many Temples in Mysterious Manner. , ' The dark forces which science recog nizes, but does not ' define, exercise marvelous attraction on minds of a certain order. In scores of temple they are worshiped under dlfferen: names. I know of a little temple It. Bruges, writes Vance Thompson, in Everybody's Magazine, where the fol lowers of Lucifer gather, and not far from the Pantheon In Paris there is aa altar to Pandoemon. This mey seeu grotesque; perhaps It Is, but It is for midable. ' . It need hardly be said that the rites wherewith Lucifer Is worshiped are hi I In milch mystery. A couple of years ago I Tlsited one' of the "chapeU;" It i Louis the bank the latter straightway wrote out a check for the whole sum that had been demanded In the first place. "Now," said Mr. Walsh, "give me U MAmV.tn.,An vault For a week, It developed, Mr. Walsh and his aids had been trying every means they could think of to get In side the vault, but In vain. The builders had saved the combination carefully and yielded it only when their full bill had been paid. TO RENT Three 6 room tenements all improvements, 133 North Elm st Inquire at Weinstein's cloak rooms, 66 South Main. 2-23-tf wVi ,l .", tort-two store m Boy- aub ben the agent returned from St, i bu!lfllnei heat furnlshed. ready Jan )Uls and called On the president Of ... -., I43 and 50 rr month, ehearat 1st, rent $40 and $50 per month, cheapest central y located stores in town. Inquire of M. Combe.lack. 12-18-tf AN ESKIMO AID. leader says: "If Jnd Is found we shall carry on only a rough surrey and devote our time to ascertaining how big in extent It Is, In order to the rough riders, reaching the rank of In the Rue Rorhechouart ThJude otj tBe importance of the dls- Biaca as. wnicn 1 nave no aes.ra TOfery. SO thst on our return to clvll descrlbe, was celebrated. It was Fri-1 lon we can organize a mora cm day at three o'clock. Over the altar clent MpedltIon. Even If land ta not was a winged figure of Lucifer, amid encountered. he result of the expedi fiames; he trampled nnder foot a croc-1 tlan wm Djr B0 means be a failure, odile symbol of the church. A few M vc thM Mt to ,,,!,.,, ,p. days ago I found the chapel closed, proximately the extent of the contl Only after patient research did 1 find nenUl ,nei mnn otherwise greatly la the new abode of the Saunjsfs. Their crease our geographical knowledge of cuapei now is in a greac captain. He also was an officer of the volunteer troops sent to the Ihlllpiiin- and became Manila's first chief of po lice under American rule. Early last year be was appointed governor of the province of Kaoiar, succeeding Governor Felto wbo resign ed, and wss given extraordinary pow ers for tbe purpose of bringing peace to tbe troubled district Xaiser' Taxed. . Although tbe kaiser's automobile Is Superintendent of IV boo la Hoover sr- the only one without a number In rived at Magtaon and camped over : Prussia and consequently Is not taxei MAN IN THE COPPER BOX. "Respiration Calorimeter" an Ap paratus for the Study of the Human Body. Some Interesting deductions have been announced recently in regard to the study of the human body which has been going on for some time at the MIddletown (Conn.) experiment station In co-operation with the fed eral government, says Country Life In America, Persons experimented on are shut up for a weea or more In the "respiration calorimeter." which Is sn airtight copper box large enough to hold a man In comfort for tseveral days. The chamber contains a fold ing bed. chair, table, etc, and venti lating pipes. A man Is put into the I room and then watched. Everything n?iscellaneous, THE PERSON who was seen taking a purse out of a young lady's Docket at the skating rink Wednesday night will do well to return It at once to the manager of the skating rink, Mr O'Brien, and avoid trouble. , 8-2 S-3 LOST Pocketbook containing a sum of money, Wednesday night Finder will receive reward If re turned to this office. 3-23-3 REISS, the Optician. 79 South Main st (up stairs), fits more glasses than any other specialist In Waterbury. The reason why is that his work Is accurate and charges reasonable. 1 FURNITURE and piano moving. ' I am . still doing business at the old stand. Yours for prompt and caretut work 1st rea sonable jtte. Storage, A. M. Larson, telephonf, 28 Water St MA. DULAw S4lr ksilder. store Ilk . ling, retailing and Jobbing of aU kinds tremptly attended to. Keaidence, 62 Tracy ave. P. O. Eex 119. fchor with C A.1 Itham. 4S South wYlow St, ll-23-rt - 1 iaa Aom rvtar nKionn. 1 . . ., . . . , m d... . 1 ! urn cuuBttura. uia luvu, wairr. mu. u , - . ; a wuaier receuiiy returned rrora a ' r.i wiioia uie snaoow 01 ine cainearai or A whaler recently returned from nimU Isl.nrl in Iba Raatifnrt aa m. the Sacred Heart, on Montmartre. A sjoB sports coming upon a tend of of old. Satan is worshiped; every Frl K.m. M .atlves livlnc nrsctloliv 1. day tho Lnclferians gather. 1 cou.d lhm the had no vf niabt aear tbe PuUJsufa. Tbe leader aevertheless his majesty to taxed fcr ! aarne many of them men not a' aftal, not a sir tie avxlpra Implement. of tbe RtMHlhrns natives antmaaced , carrying a gnn. He has Just ps'a wr : ine mrsea proreasicas. Torir wi,rr BaU Vwf tait of the that be would enrrender his force tbe bis annual license, which reads as fol- Some of them have Influence enough to ,knn, pf their cups and dUhes next day. lows: "Valid for one year. Twelve Tbe next day (Saturday) four Pals- saonths shooting license for h:S Jane chlrfa. wUh over a hundred Ben 'majesty the kaiser and king living at and fourteen guns, appeared at Msg- Berlin from December 1 till Noveii tson and Uad up la front of tbe co r . 1X Voa Borriea, chief cf po- Caened Paintings. Faintlnas nader glass saay now be preserved IndeOaitely. Had the soen of stsbolary barrsM-ka Betweee, tbe tar-( He. Berlin.' old known ibis, iu xHcisres 01 Apet- racks and tbe raajanes stood a groan les might still Uve in the first fresh- ; of Asserksa omV-Uka. aens of their colors, aad the work of One of the chiefs expressed a wfea aaJ Iflrhaal Anaelo aronlj I vu Mrt s JlKnanJJ 1 ft.. look to-dsy as It looked whea It left 'act of suivwaVi lag, rfad Captabi Hes Boreaa ths paiaisf ". kaads. The asetaod of i ret; la cotanBaare with tbe reqoe-t ! "Tea; I rcacrraUoa Is sisanle. Tho canvas Is was adJntttBg hi canters when the nUced in a racsssa. It Is pressrred. I potajaaex leader Mew a whntle and j like trait. It la sealed frosa an g,T aa r,Vr to advance. The entire' lie oestractire tafMsveea 4t the au p,rtT f natives tbemipnaj rabH oa sorper. aiatw ssi loe Assericsa oCHals, who eH to tioa.,! taavss .ihu Iadeed.ttte Macaoa river and swass tthe s " . . t-ak JTerer Xoewm to, fail. HusaeU Halloa! I knew you'd drcf is to-aay. Boreas Eh? Really? aerer wss so busy la an toy life," Stray Stories. secure, stow ana wen. a rvm ot mm- wmi nt .x.iM ,hrf, a Bight entry to the caticombs; there harpooa wm ti1lU aef amid sknlls sad bones, with orgies I. tamp, ,a4 conking pot, of limestone do not care to describe, they have wor-; lIahs together with a mlx- shtped tbe spirit of evil-csllla upon m orL snot sad blood. From their Locifer and Beelzebub aud AhtarotS v,m f Hvillnilnn if araa Miti ana jiotora. wu mas ana wauiaj hrsterta. This attempt to reesublisa the warship of the fallea archangel Is. I think, the meet resurkabi snaalfes tatioa of nsodera ocraltim. likewise everything he gives out It would seem as if hs could hardly think without the mental effort being meas ured aad received in calories of heat The air he has breathed la passed through purifying vessels which re move the carbon dioxide aad whatever else his lungs have put Into It The deposit Is then weighed. It would . have been impossibls to light a match , or barn a candle In the respiration chamber daring the experiment, yet , the subject, who wss purposely not . tnld aavtMlt alWitft It Mf alnt .1. the outside world. t, wlt fr1,j.' SUKPEKFLUCUS hair, tns.es, warts, comment y removed by Esctre rats j v.lhont pats at tcan Wrlnk'ea. aagglag carefully measured beforehand, and P" " mvww. .ap plmivwhu. mm saltatiaa Ira. Kadam Frances Murrsr S3 Ceaier iirtel Telephone 305-2 ti 1 cs they had never had intercourse with 1 HEBERT BROTHERS ..(Formerly with J. F. Charters.) Msaufacturers of Awnings. Tents, etc. Flag and Bunting Decorators. Orders by mall promptly attended to. 12 Bunker Hill avenue. kiesra! Al.mr.D WHTTEIKH. SK. Xexic s rioar Kills. There are at present 373 Soar miu ta MeslcsL aoa way pslaUafs. kept ta this ataa- star ta s racasss. saoaia aot aacara todeaaitely. i Te Writers, I Tma aaraatafa tmcJa a tl ia rlimm t 4 iTT" csastabalery Isssse-' . -Tlcil 4 efcata., WVa the tresraery of tbe natives , ' Tcsra tUcTaf Dewa HfflL Stocktoa. Cat, bke ererything eise. Is fo"ow;ag thf coar of empire. Its c?ty sareeror has dlmvered that It S4 years ft has ssorH IS tarhe srest ward. ta other wnns. the atofee sot! la ahSca It Is befit is gently sHdlat dowa till ts the Saa Josia rtrer.i three aaiJes away. Bosks in China. The Chlac-e imperial commuatkmcra, is the Boatoa Public library the other day. expressed great avtonisknieat that no one coald toil them which book ta the library wss the oi!et. From Us Chinese point of riew the oldest book Is the best There are no "six hesi seDers" ta China.. A book nader l.t years old Is read byvao seU-reapectiag ed la the best spirits during tho 24 hoars the air was maintained ia the aooie eondiUk.a. . Absat Forests. Raasta leads lb world ia p lasting forests; Amertca ta oevasuting tk-a F. BUCK, Lsdies' ia Cents Tailoring Tele; TTv Sort alala t ZM4V Wstsraury. Cooa TsagB Carpets. ' Carpet9asa from elephaat ara said aerer to wear oat kid Sawing and Planing AT MTttTQWll 1108 !L-J