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THE CAIRO BULLETIN, MONDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 23, 1903
THE CAIRO BULLETIN Baird t thi0lro PolofiRcefortrauiullon ibrnugli Uib uialliat t.cuud-'flMt rtuei. t-lttttttttttttftHtt ft Tiir ,.f iTt.m 2 imrnin) x r mm i Yesterday Cairo Temperature. Maiiximmn Minlmim At 7 p. m At 12 midnight (street reoor.li 41 General Conditions. . ........ tka ..ii- ln':ielnir nn.I ,..L . ,inrs rairoiies Ki'iii'iuii.' a .i,.a it worn cloii.lv aa.l there was ' - a tuice ol ram cany. .. -p..,... .,n. Ti !!!. even- iic the clou. Is eatlierf.l tnicKcr. an., tht' tiny turned Oft with tite i.ros.ect. owns iroiien in raw uiciu'i, n. i or rain or snow. I Citiciiinat i, O.. .Mem.ii!s. Teiiti., ami !St. Louis. His money was ma.le. ae- Sun and Moon. Ici.-r.liiiK lo his own siaii inent, hy Sun will rise today 7:23 a. in. pijiyin-- mum ihc syaipathips of pass Sim will set to. lay 4:;;fl p. m. ,.rsby, as lie stood s'ilins shoestring moon will sft today ...10.43 a. in. oll ;,lr(.(.t corners with an "1 Am INote: The above sun and moon ..iK 1;-mm,i t his coat. record .Is for Illinois and approxi- mates the record at Cairo within a few minutes. , Davis is known to city hall em ; ; Washington Forecast. -Kelly." He has received a! U": ,1: -"v'h-v with " moo"'," t;- in south: ' , : ,r9tur(, . . ' ffftltUltAttAXAtttlttlltt 9 8 NEWS OF THE RIVERS ( ! , - j tunMHUtmnunmu, 1 ! The river marked 10.3 on th? Cairc gauge yesterday, showing a rii-.e of t'1.9 In 24 hours. ! The Ohio is rising above Rvatif- vllle. caused from heavy raiu in its tributaries. The L'nited Staffs snag boat J. X. Macomb lett Memphis yesier.iay .u neon for St. Ixiuis, wonting ai. Kces up the river. Col. John Vance of Columbus, O., ! president or the Ohio Valley Improve-1 !" .T!at""' IT'ri hers or the Cincinnati ...Chamber ot Commerce Wednesday thanking them ..'. . ' ' , . and all nustness crganizanoiis oi mr Ohio v alley for the fine . represeiUa- , ii,;," ttm..lfl'.t '.lO'i Ol ttilflituan .... .. .. ....... the National Rivers and Harbors pct:grc88 that was held in Washing- ton, ' D. C, Dec. 9, 10 ami 11, which helped boom the nine-foot stage in the Ohio river from Pittsburg to Cairo. TO SUBSCRIBERS. All readers of The Bulletin who miss their papers are re- quested to not fy tne office promptly and every effort will be made by the management to correct the evil. There have been numerous complaints lately, from new subscribers and old ones as well. If sub- scribers will designate safe and convenient places where carriers may place their papers the management will see that their directions are carried out. To Be Established in Big Coal Fields Ey Geological Survey One at Urbana, III. Washington, Dee. 27. Carrying on' its efforts to reduce the number of fHtaii':ies in coal mines, the l'nited Stat.s ecological Survey is about lo establish rescue tdaions in the priti- ipal coal fields (if the country in ad dition to the experiment station now located at Pittsburg. (ioveniineut mining engineers, trained In the use of rescue apparatus, will be assigned to these stations. One of the rescue stations will b at t rbana. III., In connection with the I'nivertdty of Illinois. This stall, l will take care of Illinois. Indiana, Michigan. Iowa. Northern Missoa'i, siii. I Western Kennirkv. MITCHELL KEEPS SILENT. Chitago. Dec. 27. .John Mitch. ol, vice pr-si. lent of the American Fe.l eia'ion of Latior. was in Chicago to- .lay on hi may from Ids home a' ... ,, tr V1I- IT1 ,.L- II.. . '". "' ill leave for Nw York tomorrow. Mitchell ri fused to discuss the decis ion of the supreni" court of the Dif J i Ut of Columbia in the Iator case. OPIUM GROWERS RIOT. Amor.g. Dec. 27. Ordcis w.io js f 'h i Saturday to a number of natives i.t Tungan to cease planting opium ropie. Tht j- declined to acquiesce arel a rict follome-l in which one cf fr" an.) thn civii'ans were ki'.lel. Trcns have been sent there to re ft ore order. Pecul ar Growth ef Horn. Tre hart of a rh!nrc-ro is no' Jo.'ne4 to te K.:.?-i of the ba.. be jrj-s tr, t; .-ia i; a rt. WORTH S . REVEALS SECRET OF WEALTH WHILE SUFFERING FROM ALCOHOLISM. OWNS MUCH PROPERTY Famous St. Louis Character Who Ped- 47 died Shoe Strongs on Streets Ad mits He Made as Much aa $200 a Month. 1 Si. Louis. l)eC. 27.-(i.-ore Davis.! , ,. , , .. a b.in.l bestir, fent ( hnstmns i . . . .. . ... i . av to cirv nuspiai as a . lie i, , nv tn i. i-n" ins i as a lent , . ' " ' ; uninii 'n.' i ." Kiml-tieanea pcopif sometimes ,:ive hi,iie $5 for ;i i pair of siioesti ilii ; lie says. aundreds of dollars from them. l.iS .-al place of business 1,-ing a, .1, .corner of Twelfth a ml Market s! reels'. I His earnings t here have average.! IT month. 11- says he lives at : PI14 Kenne.iy av.nne on pi open which lie declares he owns. Mavhe Not Blind. (e was found tmcjn.-eious on ih ' , a , 11(H11. Ki.!lth ail M,,,.k(,t streets yesterday afternoon and was taken to the iiospitai sutYerins from alcoholism, lie was in a delirioiw condition when lie reached there and j his raving revealed the secret of belies. He cried out against beim; imprls- om.(1 wl(in m, i,. gr,.at w(.alth at his olnman,i. Ke imasme.l that attend- w, .... attemuling to steal his nionev. llis .siaiemenis about h's .i.i..,.,,.! nv ihe re - - a,.UiU) , V(M.i(i(. , .hem today in a' interview in which he said his wealth had been acquire t scllinsr shrtestrines. Dr. Cleveland If. Shut!, who exam- ined Davis, said he could not . leel. In without a special examination wheth er lie was blind or not. Davis insisted that he can not see, but other pa Men's, who said they knew him, .1 - nied this CAiCR DISEASE RE-INSPECTION OF CATTLE FOR FOOT AND MOUTH DISEASE ORDERED IN ROCHESTER, N. Y BY HEALTH OFFICERS. Rochester, N. . Df'. 7. Fire children of one family are believe! by local health officers to have foot and mouth disease. It is significant that, these five all n.ilk. while th- oth er members of the family did not. A re-inspection of the cattle of this i in ity has been ordered. The cattle from which tl... chiidien are thought to have taken th" dis.-a.- were in win.' cas. s infee'cl with C " foot and mouth disease, whin- son," cattle hat! been pronounced tne fiMii tiie malady. BECS TO BE HANCED Ct.ar.rj, tie Korean 'Ah5 Sew Du ham W. Stevens in San Fran cilco, Wants Rope. San Fiam s-. o D -7 Ihe i.l.iu tr deal!;. I. n.tro; ': k in wh.. sl.w D.ol.am W. Sown-, lap- in. se adviser to ii - clot ot K.e-ai at the F-itv bidding, .o, I p.m.. j guiitv t.r miii. i-r j.i I.:- s,...ni .!,. -t glee to. lav begj..." .1 ige f ok ., ...,.,., ,,, ;. , ,;r;-i ! When the ,:,... , , ;, ...... j .. ,.,. i t .... ,. , , , ; i-'ialtv ..f th - icw. ii- ,;.,;,,.-!.:,,: h- wouid w.-e:. his ont ,,,: pri.-on : that he tulA .a;..., t-.i t.. t . i h.ii'ged wh' rt he -,m '-rt.i. k ''v ' I cntne. an 1 tlat his in - in is P ...n had l.-"'!i the thought or o .ft. r i hjs iite for his uiiitap! y it u.t:'. Ht.wfv.r under the ..v. .1 n -.. ;, oi r ' . . n.v r.(mlt B,,S-,T rV; stM, t The I.ttv rv-ttl'lr. 1 mr v diet Pt intir l. r In the , for wl, ii b lite in . .-orm. is the i uclshno t.t. Snake in a Beer-B.-.rrel. A party of for-igne's 'a,.s a k. g or ler at I-ak- A' o,, , a Pa ' . CotiM not E-t tie d I M u. h th. spigot InvffrgaMon .!'.- h.-e.) the fact that the i "i ghop.. s sPmpoi i,p by a frnak. The i.p i mint hsv cra).r into ,. keg white ;; Ing; empty en tip goou:-!. an .is drowc.il nhen the keg was fild. ; Eyelids Do Much Work j Tt has h.en r-stin air-i ,,., .'k 1 lids cf th" svciace tuan r:n anl in fw- than 4.0 'a ..;i times rc h vear. fit! CHILDREN IK INTEREST OF RUSSIAN REFUGEE MASS MEETING HELD IN CHICA GO TO PROTEST AT RUDO WITZ'S EXTRADITION. LAW SEEMS DEFECTIVES A CARGO OF OILS U Dnininn nf Wm. r.alhoun Such Cases Should Be Taken to Fed eral Courts For Hearing Others Spoke. Chicago. Dee. 27.-William .1. Cal- I. , houti. who seme vat irs ami aeteil a ".- .i i , . ......... . .. I. ! L.n. in t si lu nur ittt i r m.-. ' ::i nt'i o u i: ' ! ! ' Miirm . . . ' , , , ion i ........... ...... - ,,,,'','.',".',' It. lie .lohisnm s Latsen, wao to'. I t , market. 'I'h'se at" bum limes. Ilos """" !:,M ,0;,:'V.,n ' " Istorv of the peril, sta. ,1 taat ; , ,sMv ,h.v a-; est of Christian !Mum!,. Hi" K. ;(iaX;: an ui,ht h(. ., H ,-r.nv . ' Tha i 's i lie line of talk t hat is Win siau refuse... who. m ie;.ons.. to i ;,-' . ,,.,.., ,, u, ba!!,l..- out .la-.' sunnv .lays, ami it lemaml ol lite iui-sian K"Vormii.-i.t cli.ir.yiim him with arson, robbery and minder, has he.-u re.-omm. n.le.i by I'liite! Slates Commissioner Finite , for cMra.li'i.m. and tli ilet.-n-e of Kii'iowi'z thai he is a puliiii al refugee is to tie presented to the state .1 part meat by Calhoun in an effort to have the root lumemla t ion of Feote iv- i versed. Lmiowit is cliaiai.d with partici- j.aiiu- in the murder of Hire people l in j :he Province of Cotiriand, Unssia, in I j.Innuury 1 !..,. Calli.mti deelnred mat Hi" eviitenc" upon nscu tin' iniic.- had been recommended for extra. Ii- , lion is tliuHy. and thai s.-mHus hlt.i back to tSussja would imperil ih- leim ip'o of American lib. rty. The iiearitig of Urn case has borne fruit he Mild, since it allowed the Ileet.s-I sny of ii. arisis extra-IMbm cases j for.- a l'nited S'a'es Commissioner, who is not necessarily a member o! the bar. "The injustice of the existing laws may be illustrated by a single exam ple," said Mr. Calhoun, "an amba-s.v , it, r. or even anv cf his attaches. ca:t- : n;,,- he sued or attacked, in any way, !,., - f,- . tinle !ls a lanndrv b!t!. except before ihe Cniied S'ates. Su preme Court. Hut an individual, a eased of murder, can be heard an i perhaps be sent o death on the hear in-; of a man who is not even a hr. yer. The law does not sem to be wed balanced in this respect. 1 am sun Amtricans have no desire to proii c .is-tifl!t and cut ihrcais, wheth 'I' they feme toua Utlssia or anywhere t-i.-e, but We likewise den (it doM'e tr, sentence a man to death without fir-t giving him a pit. per legal healing." Walter L. Fischer. Rabbi Kmi! (i Hirsch and Rev. deiikin Llyd .Irai' were among the other speakers. ileo lii'ii.ns were adopted .1.. niaiiding a change in the statutes which w!'l make it necessary that all ei radi.tiu.i cas. s be heard before a federal cour . SEWED UP IN GARMENT Was a Small Penkife, and it InflictiJ a Serious Wound in Woman's Leo. New YXk. December "7. --.Mis. Frederick I-:. Belcher, wife of th" r.-tary ot a music pubis!. i-: cr! pane, wa.- s. riom-'y initired in a sub way train I i -1 high'. Sii- was s.a'ed by ie-r t.ti-h .i.d wlnui s:i. s.-ream. d -udd. rly at: 1 gr.isped h'T i'i' Readier Id,. ov r his w .t.. and toiin I a si.-i:ich cut in t he i aif o! th- !' g. Lxamit'.at ion of Mts. Ibio'ei's sot' r.-vea',. .! a sjoop penknife .-'ickiug 'hrotigh :h" silk lining. I' is su;.os 1 'ha' in making '!! transient sons, on.- ! f' 'h" knit, by ,e . i d :.' in Mi. toid.-. Danger Will Still Be Braved. A medical jout iisil in i -s i:n.; a w arn Ing against kiting tells of a ourr n. an who was inoculated urh ,t seti cms Illness by a fil.-n.liy kiss from a "'" .'iiian. lie. in f'ltti. Kts-s.-.j ills j " "" J' '-' e-..o.i '.. m w !' e wn.-n-: sf." km-- c l""r The fat..... ki- d le : f 1 " v,u- ,,"' Kl""' ""' htm- ami ev..,.yi..,tiy g..t M,k. In an "'I-. f.Bs- attlb-sculeis woman k1-"'1 !'"r swt.tf.e.ot. ami 1-th da I !th!a the .-..r. Du- tu si it- of U -f'il wa-nii gs 4-r.l adv,,e a1 at ei:,r r.ei.os. uhfn,:l ,.r ar.'ts ,'if ' - ' t.UVL.n. kMt a m tt... g... 1 - el v " 1 ' : I'". ! Tcu3-ts. ' U vtrv impi.s'.n.t to I b ssii;. -s-iSkc hat i's. Aa . :i ;,; tt.f ti i ' of mine ass-i-.-d ti,.- tad ! t.g a.-.. M;a" wb-n he themght over the i.anv rs- S 1' I a 1 known of m. n. .-o i, of g... tl at . i'y a:.. I l,mh . ha: a. " t. ' to. ! 1 er, in, mp ' r-:u! in i.p. 1 .. f.. the I most f f , . 1 f 1 1 ( a tl-e r f !,,:;... a ! that th'-y w.to till . . ' ; ,:. ' I. nab!' to wotk ."t li.i :'y r!i .!: s. i ! s'h, ac in snsaii M,:rJ. ist 1... , v. bat w call uii!.is:i.s-.,r,- - L.-l :. Ao bay ; , Lav. ( f !a !' re c aa f t 1 , , 1 e !re,J 'ban thtt l;.-r s- at is ' h - h i ; cf ;!. f.'-r a ii'c Me- I ...ti:, .-.v of e ' v.o.-.ii. i 1 it. t.ts in !,' tea ft:! rtti d . her h..n:a;e. the very h m f t-i- I ing l.er ra-e. an1 the ftrj-. .. t. r.c t n.p-ej from her j ti'-r. 1-o.h iz ""J n.-n and creatur. of sl at endi- . tion S''ver, though each In dirlrer.t sort and manner, jet all it fx ui i.'orm conseiiL admitinu her the mother cf their peace and joy. Rkiaxd Ho- ker T i FIRE FOB OilS THRILLING ADVENTURE TOLD Of-' EY C A PT A I N OF NOHWL CIAN FREIGHTLii. Wkirh rt.-si.nht Fire Week From Port! and By Dint of Hard Work Crew Ran otitp to St. Kitts and Saved It. X. w York. Dec. It was a thti ' !li--t ':' Iii ut sea wit'a a i ii. an - s itml. If ctiruo on iaai i u hit h !.. No" - u.-tian fiaiuiner MM.itl. foil S . Kitts I... ...!,. t,..l.- in.,. tl (' ,. - j(., t ,, u,h ,,, i!k, ,!esi nicttoti tf t ie j su,ttUli in tIll. ,o. , which, iii).- jwti u .,,j ,.a, tee lire r:is. .! n... Vnnin I. u thu i.ei-i in N'.n-'a - i oer I tor Venezuela v i t a t : ; i m . ot t o.i h ti cases el ken -cue t i!s, t.r. u samls i f cast s of cariti.l -s fir i r.-it.kers for lite Clirist mas .el n: tier, in Caracas an.i a ian;' .piautity I of pi to, ir-iens. A week lar. r tire was Piscov, r, . i in the fotward lnueii. A . I efforts to i-Mi,'i,"i;ish the Li.i ' wre futile, and . a. I hour ihe danger .no: as. .1. Til" clew stuck bravely to t.i.-ir p ts uK.ntiui: the dames m.til 'they dropped i ba'.istod. (o.i'co.ue by f he nn ' ami fumes. Cr.at vo'time t -ti-a ". w re poured into I In- 1 hi'':il'; se. ti 1. ef tiie .ship. "I'lie r..-ar,vt l::id v a -the lit tie sj.. . k in the i e.n ca!a .1 va Island. It was Honrs iiu.n, bi r ,a,..,;r!i mad.'' lor it at fad i ee.l. Hut wdieu Hie. apparently eoiiie.I ireisiliter drop.".! anchor ott the islau 1 the .(ami! of tire aboard was answer d that there was n means for fk-httne fire, ami that in-' leni.-st point (I aid was St Ki'is . a ii. ih's distant. It was a critical moment P r Ca;; tai'.i l.ars.-n. The trriiio! crew .'anted to land, bur tiie doughty cap tain h,i.'ing received void that til 1 news of ids plight had brru t"! f IMS ihf. I to St. Kitts. decided to make for tiie latter port i 1 1 tit- hope oj s.,v i'lg bis vess.-I. je succeeded in p i--H iding -he emptiasi. ,t t'l" w oi i j ersuaoe the raw To r- n a n o: loaid. Wit it har.'hts bartened down .am! st- an i p uirirm into the la. id, t!te Mtoiin made lor St. Kitts uioler tali . team. here the fire was liii-Mlisl.t-d. LL IN THE GOLDEN FUTURE. Beautiful Picture of What Life on the Farm Is to Be Like. The future farmer will subirrigate his land, and defy drought as well as floods. He will become a scientific fm ester, and every farm will produce wood and lumber as well as wheat ami apples. A single acre will produce what ten acres yield now. Women will wo;k out doors as heartily as men; in fart, they wi',1 be the liorti ciilturis's and the truck gardeners. There will be closer relation between the l i'Hiucer and the i.usaitner ig noring a hoi tie of middlemen w ho fre quently waste llioi : than U dest : o;, "..I hy Ignorant help and insect foes com "dned. lnler the iihu'r with 'he a hoc I the farm will he vabn d not only for i'S gross Weight of ptod lets, hit for its joeroi and its . dm. a' hui. s our schools become pi.i. e.s for m ply In? as well as ac.pii: i-.g knowledge, our farm homes will become ln'.:.:al par's of th car-J.-n schi.nl and tl:" st hoo! farm. The alliam b t . n ' h" it. 'in1 and the sc hool will b"eom" very I lose. A Valley fi.ll of f.i;r,!S is ,'ll- i. -inly the n.-aie to las.idise that we have, hut the f'l'U'e will t.ntohl i's wealth and I'UIid'-edfold its t.'. light.!. I ml. p.'i.tl lit. S EXPLAINED BY THE GUIDE. Garrulous Old Woman Found Out What Caused Streak on Water. The p.itti.lons old woman In the t. t a of the boat Ittel p. .-'.-led Mm ?naS i!h lor eomiuet.ti. a id tUt-s-j. us ever Kit.ee t bey bad sia't.-l. IpT '.j. . k l.t t e ;, I.- b i i d, I,., was bun. b-d -fid di e in the bo, li-h. d ill -leOit .; Tlse oh! woman h.el s at', ft- bans'... I . v.jv p.,t--ii)le t t int In lish ni.d anitt.a! llf" wo.id.iaf- and p t ona's hi.-i av w'.'n sh" s idd--t.'y '.- t i. d one of tho-e tusious j.itls of ;:. m.! (,. !i wa'.-r f !.-, i. t rly .-.-ri . ri suoii; I.im's w!.P h .ue iu"p j hy a :ight ( di 7". ti'e gui le." s!. f u l.iirn- d, hat f :l.' v s'r... in t! !,;' n ;': No tii..i Ru !.t .i-r tit r ' ' Tip B , ;.. W.K to. v te'.aivns X 11 :.:; man's f.M.k at: ! m -tely n um M. 1 ' I : '''.ii '. " r'p. at- i t' e ivl la'i in tr,n t t w . e j.r t !o ' d ". i 1. ' h S :gl.t ii.. - wt'i.. 'm josj.-l'g and II h.,t ..t . Mr !.:.. -'i.-k I'i 'h-' .. " Tl" -:'. !. ' . 1 tp f .::i !,. bot- !r.e wrh t i'i ' T'atr " 'ih M -t" w:- tbe ra I ' a. tf s tj .. !- w ;:)' r l.v. ' '-odv s Ma.;. Van Cw.s V. -'s D-e5t. 71. y.'f'O't - - t s h- d. - rm r,f a f- c j- i - i-i 'P.. r .- i ccui.: (toi; M t .;..' ) - 's- v the J-idee dtl thi t ' "i" b'.'..(n the one- If." r 3. ! ' 1-1 that r, Ts- 1 given tie wi'e t! e timntt to ;-.tr e J'Csf"S 11 fO, lt-- 11 .!-heZl te were lot fill for it ru tlecidt'i -,fet they t locked t tirc SAILORS FIG iou mo i.i-.nnn nl n TIMFS " Wearisome Members" of Used-to Be Club at Washington. I Thl Is tJ. time or the vear. when the lean shanked cling I" Hi" envers ,,., n i., -f i , ,. ),, ,,- 1. 1 i,t mul UUlll Li i .11 .VI1 I'M ' ' ' ' the let- water in tin- shower hisses lt'c I steam when, it hits til.' chests of till' :... ,,,,,,,,, ,... all ,. members ot the I si .1 t(.-l'.e chl'i come oil! of lii.l iii.y; anil begin u 1 1 1-1 the ulr. 1 lll.'t one Hi' them M lie . spa pel' mil. tun on the street the othe; day. II'' li.'tiioatifil ttic 1 act (hat we never have skaling any more. Acenrdlir; to hi highly cia. iou remarks t i u Pl.m:a : li-r U-. li to t."'ie Hlr.Mlt Hi" ' " August anil slay li'.Vll until til ' lt ol' Mav. II Has aa en-"- tain:; mi lis yottthi'u! day s to sl:it. rami Waskitu roil to Ale.:u:.i. ia or .Marshall Ilali or Imlia'l Head, li.ulit oi.i ill the ia:.M''' of the i:aa;i!. Honestly, it Wii. Why. lie use.! i,) (e ii iietty nearly : .very .lay. In-tween lunch an. I Uiiui'-r. ' n.m.-se-lv. ho ili.l. !'u' i:owa.la s thT' I r.cvor is anv ice. The river never '.' .1 ......... ...... .i .l.i.o ill.' js t ni!llv.'i to make a iiorinal-miml.'.l j ,,, ,i,V) ,..,,,;..), to slr-ep for tlire.' ,!a s wiiiiotit ltirr.ini; over. This. m- t l . ,,u ii..,; i nr.. ,.f ih aetiv- ilieV of li I sc. I l.i-He clutt. I Mere ar . other ii.ctnbers who wail over tin- pass ing of everything from l he recipe for that famous time-fused colonial punch to the luniberini; singe coach wliii Ii pieced. .1 ihe nt uu thuds of rapid transit. I'm. u.,...'a tin. 11..,. ' At.vtbi!!': ill human icuise that doesn't cmmler these times of airships and op m ptiimliing just the best oi.i limes U ;r. ever prt-vailed sine:' the world i.e';.ci t r.-'!:' to go home a: id tak- Oa::-d pill. His iiv. Washington S'lir. is on st: CHINESE WELCOMED TO CITY. Imperial Ccm.'Tiisicner and Suite No Domiciled at Capital. Itrinuing gifts for the piMd"t;t ami Mrs. Roosevelt, the s-rMiry of stat" ami Mrs. Root, ami other notables, tic lii'peiiat Chinese C luniissiuiier '!';.!..; SliaoYi. l'rinceTsai Fu and '.ti.'irsui:, arrived in Washington. They were met at the standi by As sistant Secretary of Sta'e I'.aeon an! a detachment of White House ai !,-. Immedia'.ly after the exchange ,.f giee'ings the visitors wore con.' , t ! to the lioiise in Sei.lt Ci:e!e a:. .in d for tin' otlicia! residence. In nd ihl u to the Scott Circle home, which i of th" most, commodious in the c i'y the resilience of Rear Admiral i.a.ro at 1 .""- Rhode Is'and iii-tin". i. i"' been fitted up for th" accomi i ::.!, of the S"Colidary in -aihcts of .'.' r tin ie. Kiahorate ) lar.s for a period "f .dh cia! entertaining had beesi com; h-te 'r hut owing to 'lie tlir.e imin'hs" p.-ti.-d of court, monriil.ug me h.ing will b ..-:i-aside from an umdiitial ecl.an- o! civilities wiih tlios" healing in ' i : i . . t . rela'ions with the staff. Dr. Kale a Lcyal Washingtonian. Rt pean ! u inters spent in W.t. h Ing'on ate mak'ng a lo'.al W'a-l nr tonian out of tin- chaplain of the senate. Dr. Kdwaid Ktere't Hal". IP d.'tlO'il.eeS the igiiKi.ittee and stnpHi of those who think .J'tit the due.' office holders aie nr.fl' a i t int. - . ' r f ' 1 l5- i'V ' ,-s ;rr 4 . - lo. A u l ; t 4 u - - 4 , i - 4-' i oV t V-'' ; . Piul G. mere. politicians. HI vtuy many .lepan in' m I Hf lit sts, Hie woi u iUnu vhal Mw the ""' '"",'' : l,"'' , c.M'd ts f .be world. I..' doubis "III' II. T ally Uiuiri.-in 111 i " . fn.her s" liU' a 1,,M,' ,,f "'eoniplh-hed mm of science lis .mi '"' hi w usti i.r; tin uui mm- m- tor months. As lor the congressional library. Uu re Is no oilier in tills conn try iii which one works with mme sal lsl'- 11 on. Cte of the VVas,iincion "Hons." ','a 1i':k I' a t a political shop and i v i o: u. :.. i .' . i . " ) i'i the low n is an "Toi uable" by court esy. a ill uoi : u -)!:. !.) hen fere, a1 tliis si ory u hit h a I . icu. I i lis nie. I le has been so-in-: ii Honolulu l-.r several years is '. a.lll.'.', bad, tin le. i.'efe'illy lie haiuhl a sui! ta.t' In W:;hiiiK'.on and he ;e'.e,! tj:e sal. .. man to have Pteii (ili.l on Ii his initials and place of 1. siile.'l. e. lie wrote down on a Klip of pai r "X. V. 7... 1 ii noliiin." S'lien the i a ,,- can: - to his hotel he found tin! tile' shop hooper had improietl hpi.n the in -l i in" ions and fixed him up as follows: : HON'. I). LCI.'J. : Ambitious Women at Capital. A- n. i. inle.'v. us lor women anxious to ai.u.-x Hil .1 "in-laws," WiKliinjiton in fat atl.tini. ;: , pronoimcc.l 1 ro'i-i- mine. As uu in ri.'. s of tiie i, !,.-;!. ai''s e. r IO,,.,f r. .. i . . l-. ... .. , .... ,........, , . t lie . lit r. e lo t he I , ! lie Koom. I Hat Hot ia! hi ly of h-He". wi'hiti who: Hactvd poiri'is none enter... wi'hout Cue c..:t'ceiice of the pre. Men. 'k w ife. ' i, h ts and their iiilci .f c: rcu :e -:t am es. ot'ensious i f tit ' :v';l ''O' by fore ;:iU' oil Ml': ;iar:.; Whit- llo.i.-e fimcM ns Hive Cid Frif" u"-.i :p with the T.ifts lien and M.s. t.. bin an 1 ti.-n. a:i I '.'-. 1M i .ha' e om I I .hiitii i'a i ('..he !-t era :-. , the u- .' Willi" :, rime C.--a ', . ol Com. ..ii. M . ' : n Pi a v .ns Miss , : . en .f Va t. or;' on. lornier'v . i'h 1: !;n ..!-'-'p w t n Mi : . 'I';:' : .-f !.'!: s'an ii:.':. i I t . . : u if' t '-:ti ,1 a b. oi ( r : -e, I c o.i: oil, K-shlonn.-e r.ti.... c. FERvcr'.'.r: maxivs of curio. To Pure' is to Id til". To i-ii.iw ali is to : ", the .liven R i so . ii v .Mi the i; w i 'ihe off Willi th" tdd .-'iii. a w omuii by j. :,' pi t;' P." Ineon veni.-ncf You on:- ; hei . 1.1 I: . is e-i-i. t "I love a tvoinati in s; ii. -!' h. r t.tnbs than I. it use of lur vir ' tl- .-: - so . , t ! t S. t. Pretty tc-th are iespon-il.de for a cause it to overbalance and spill its good many fuidles. , contents and there was the a.lvan- I tag.i possessed by the tumbler of not Telling the truth accidentally is apt rolling out of reach when knocked to lie embarrassing. j about during orcka. If a wagon w h.-.d could speak, would Seme Time Ago. It complain of the tired feeling? Miss Knox What was It you said about Miss Cldday? A woman is alwa.s explaining that Mr. Co sod ley -I said her a?e sur lier photograph 'hi sut do her justice, prised me greatly. She doesn't look jo, does she? I'.v ; . -1 ii. g on hii own Judgment a Miss Knox No, not now. I suppose man may sinc-d iu not aec'iuiulsuiig she did, though, at oue time. Stray in. n,. p. Stories. I it jf1. - it - - 5, ' a.. hLA f . 1 - ' In "The Bcs cf Co-var B " at Cper Work and Life. j I w.: ".inch lnipresaed by what tho head ol t Ian;.! fed prosperous hour rcoIs Fri : 'j family siild to an Ameri can friend: )uiln; ilio day we ae all busy wiih our various avocation ), The evenings n;. devoted to more seri ;ouh tilings ii'emii music, couverKa tion, soi'lety." Th. Is surely the nor mal point of view Cf a civilized niati livlug in a civille! society, j In Italy, where oclal life, as In 'Trance, is taken re newhut mote serl ,ously than witli u: it is usual for tha women pronilneai In society to re ceive In the even:! One evening a week (someiiincs tivo, in a few casej every evening) is set apart for receiv ing the friends and 1 ihitues of the Utilise. In Kome, wii- society is more crystallized, wh" (tie social gamp 1,1 belter played tl.na In any com munity 1 know, one or two t f the trreut houses are open to vh.iior., o,-i every evening or the week. Maud l.jwe, iu liariier'a Hazar. , Causes of Blindness. The dangers lo which the modern cyo is excised fall into two great clas a disease and overuse from near wo ':. Here another great consoling fact fa. i us. aiid that is that while overwt ; and consequent eye strain are by l. : the commonest troubles that befall !' i modern eye, discomfort and inofflcien . are as far as they go in 99 cases ..; of IDi). It is a fact that 99 9-10 p. r cent, of all blindness is clue to disea.-o and not to overwork. More significant yet, seven-tenths of th.e diseases which produce blindness) are the acute infections, against which civilization wages an unceasing and victorious conflict. Woman's Homo Companion. - Question of Precedence, Recently a dispute was raised as to whether a certain lawyer or a certain doctor was to have precedence at a function at which both were to play p:emiiiei:t paits. It was impolitic to nli iv, ti'lor of th. se two men to be o"-- ibnl. While tiie discussion Will uiiib r way r.s to which was to l.o ftaied next the speaker, an old poli Mcia i in I be :oo:n, said the discussion w:: ; ..tie wl.ii'h he thought lie could - Mb' by giving fit.-m 'he words of tlio great iho-.- nes who had said Upon an p.tiei lit Oct "anion : "I. it the tliief go !,.:' e; ,e; '! . xt'CUtioller follow aft er." The po!i'iciau said he thought that mi an !h lawyer should have. ),:rt phuc ami the doctor come nexL i The Old Enlieh "Tumbler." j The oi.i fasliiouetl Knglish tumbler, ' v.i.ieh Insisted on reverting to an erect ttrilioa. no matier how frequently it was knocked over, possessed merits. This was the original form of drinking t .imnl. r Imm e the iiume. They were made tif thin horn ami weighted with j a bulbous mass nt the bottom. The ! id. a of Mieir use was a double one. : The old drinking custom required that i the ale should be drunk at a draft for Its presence in the tumbler would " 1 - 'AM" : .- f t s.:.i . ..-v.-"., i e f - V ft ,Z . ' ffft i !ie',7 . -i , f ',3 W " -.:. y. . . s , .- ' : - i 4- - ' ' j,.. ..ov . v v .... ' ! y-t,, it v. ,y . . ... , - 1 ? , i 1 -. 7 ; : .V v t .. -, o v- s- - 4 it t Fcase Tv'tiiy.