The Cimarron News. (Kenton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, March 28, 1902 Page: 3 of 4
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COMMENTS OF THE IRISH PAPERS
Dublin Paper Upholds Mr. Dillon's
Declaration—Say* Everyone Ad-
mits That Chamberlain Is a Liar.
lAindon. March 24.—Tin- arnaatloiMl
exit of Joint IMIlon, the Irish National
int. from the limine of CoinuioiiK Thurs-
day Inst, an a result of his calling Mr
t'liuuitK-rlnlii, the colonial Hecretary. n
"d liar," coutlnucK to Im> the topic of
the hour. The Irish Nationalist papers
back up Mr. Dillon's declaration re
carding Mr. Chamberlain's lack of ver-
acity with cheerful frankness, though
the Dublin Evening Telegraph remarks
that Mr. Dillon was guilty of a slight
anticipation regarding Mr. t'humlier
Iain's damnation, which, it says, is
only coining, though already In sight,
"As to Ida being a liar, that goes
The object of all this nbtine has cre-
ated another sensation, not. as usual,
by biting luvectlve, but by his clothes.
The Tailor and Cutter, which paper
was accustomed to belaud the colonial
secretary as the very pink of fashion,
"We are sorry to note that Mr. Cham-
berlain is developing quite a stoop and
fear lie Is losing some of his old-time
smartness. It is true that ids monocle
Is still in its old place, but we miss tho
familiar orchid, niul as we have exam
ined bis garments, we could not but
feel that conservatism was sadly ap-
parent, for there was not much in them
that was not up-to-date."
Mr. Chamberlain's coat lapels, says
The Tailor and Cutter, are plain, heavy
and disfigured by a long, gaping breast
pocket, like some ugly wound calling
The washing vest of Mr. Chamber-
lain, the paper also says, was quite
out of harmony with his coat, while
his trousers were wide and unshapely.
The Westminster Gazette humorous-
ly comments on the fact that a weak
spot has at last been found in Mr.
Chamberlain's armor, adding:
"Remembering the weird and wonder-
ful clothing with which the duorkeep-
ers of the House of lxtr<ls were start-
led In 1HU5, when the home rule bill
gathered the noble clans togetucr, we
can only come to the conclusion that
Mr. Chamberlain Is beginning to quali-
fy for a seat in the House of Lord
In the meantime, Mr. Dillon, exempt
from the critical eye of The Tailor and
Cutter's editor, is the hero of the hour
One of the most amusing sequels of
Mr. Dillon's forcible retort occurred In
the grand committee room of the
House of Commons, where a deputa-
tion of women grail nates was present-
ing a petition asking to be given the
power to vote at the election for mem-
l>ers of Parliament. Miss Beatrice llar-
raden, the novelist, who was one of tho
delegates, warmly supported the peti-
tion. claiming that it was unfair that
women should have to pay the income
tax and yet not Ih> allowed to vote at
parliamentary elections. The members
nf Parliament who were listening were
hurriedly called to take part In the
division on Mr. Dillon's suspension.
William K. Lecky, the historian and
Unionist, niemlier of Parliament for
Dublin University, who was among the
member* who heard the statements of
the supporters of the petition, returned
iinil addressed the graduates, saying lie
wondered If they would like a seat In
Parliament, In view of the fact that
they would run the risk at any mo-
ment of iM'ing called "d d liars?"
Mr. Lecky concluded with saying be
believed the emotional element in poll-
tics was quite unduly developed as it
was, without womeu entering the tlcld.
M. 6ANTOS-DUMONT'S VISIT.
He Explains Why He Is Coming to the
Paris. March 24.—M. Santos Dumont,
when asked to-day concerning his re-
ported visit to the 1'nlted States, said
to a correspondent:
"Yes, it Is true that I have accepted
an invitation to go to St. Isolds to help
organize aerial iaees for the exhibition,
and I shall sail on the Deutschlaud on
"My chief work will be the formation
of rules for theae aerial races, which
will 1h the first airship race* to lie
held In the world's history. The rules
must Ik> short and cK'ar. I should not
be surprised If two dozen airships
were ready to participate in the com-
petition, which will be o| cn to all na-
"So far Brazil Is aln nd in the spirit
of aerial navigation abroad, but the
1'iilted States Is sure to advance the
science. The Kmperors of Germany
ami ltussln are watching it from a mil-
itary stan'l|Milnt only. 1 shall take the
mechanical portions of "Sant is-Duiimnt
No. 7' with me to New York. Ameri-
can workmen will complete It while 1
am In St. Louis. I'pon my return to
New York I shall make experiments
sufficient to tiwt my machine, but these
will not be for exhibition nor for any
"The month of June will lie devoted
to flights in and around London. After
that I shall be free to return to the
United Stales and will then _l:i<lly
compete for any prize, provided It be
often to all comers. In all fairness,
however, this prize should not lie less
than *."i>.<** . as my Imloon costs >-M,-
mm and the shed another f'JO.ilOO. San-
tos Dumont No. 7' will makeover forty
miles an hour, and 'Santos-Dumont No.
if was as fast as the fastest ship
Yankee Built Russian War Ship.
Philadelphia, March '.'I The big
battleship Kc'vUan. which has just
been completed for the Itnssian gov-
ernment at Cramps' shipyard, wife of-
ficially added to the Czar's navy to-day
and the regular routine of a man-of
war began on the ship. Tuc ceremony
was simple and was conducted by
Father ItafskofsUy. the ship's chap-
lain. The crew of 7rw men and officers
wire lined up on the main deck, with
bared heads, as the aervlces of the
^ <lrc« k Church were read, after which,
at a signal from Captain St. Chcnos-
vltch. the Kctttvlzan's eomtuiiiider. the
blue i re*s of St. Andrew was Inilsied
at the stern. Soon after the ceremony
had l ecn concluded the battleship was
hauhsl Into midstream by four tugs
and M ill anil for Croii'tndt alraut April
Fire In the biatlness district of Fort
Wayne, Indiana, caused a total loss es-
timated at betweeu |17.Vuuo and (2UU,.
Signor Marconi has left Ottawa for
Ca|>e Breton, where he will locate his
station for Transatlantic wireless tel-
In Bervia the Cabinet lias tendered
Its resignation, owing to the adoption
by the National Assembly of a civil
service reform measure.
It la practically settled that the
Twenty-ulnth infantry, now at San
Francisco, will sail for the Philippines
on the transport Sheridan about April
Fire at Mariaaa, Illinois, Tuesday
night, destroyed two blocks of build-
ings, causing a loss of $80,000, with
only a small amount of Insurance to
John Woodward, the negro murderer
of Leonard Calvltt, a white planter of
Union Point, Concordia parish, Loula-
iaua, was lynched within 300 yards of
the parish prison in Vldalia, Louisiana.
The Scuate, in executive session,
confirmed the nomination of Captain
A. 8. Crownlnshleld to be rear ad-
miral. There was no comment upon
the nominal ion.
Secretary Hoot has notified Acting
Governor Wright that taxes and duties
collected In the Philippines under the
recent tariff act for the Island* shall
be converted directly Into the Philip-
Lord Kimberley, the liberal leader
of the British House of lx>rds, who has
l*H>n ill for some time past, suffered a
relapse yesterday evening and is iu A
Jnnuu II. Fairchild, president of
Oberlin College nnd who was connect-
ed with the college In various capaci-
ties for sixty-three years, died on the
19th, aged eighty-five years.
When the great blizzard which raged
over the Dnkotas and Manitoba subsid-
ed, the weather was fair, but Intense-
ly cold, the thermometer ranging from
ten to sixteen degrees below zero.
The Turkish government has flatly
refiwsed the demand of the Uuited
States for the repayment of the $712,oOi>
paid to the brigands as a ransom for
Miss Ellen M. Stone and her com-
panion, Madame Tsilka.
Iteports from all sections of Califor-
nia Indicate that spring Is well ad-
vanced. The weather prevailing dur-
ing the Inst week or ten days has been
remarkable, the fruit trees all over the
state have commenced to blossom.
Chicago has experienced severe win-
ter weather. There was a drop iu the
temperature of fifty degrees. At 1)
o'clock Monday the mercury regis-
tered four degrees lielow zero, while
a strong wind added to the geueral
King Edward has notified the may-
ors of the county of London thnt the
sum of fl&O is placed at their disposal
and he Invited them to make the neces-
sary arrangements to entertain the
very poor to the number of 500,000 at
a dinner lu celebration of his corona-
The News says that the Colorado &
Southern railroad has been sold to u
syndicate headed by John W.Gatesand
ICdwin Hawley, formerly the eastern
traffic manager of the Southern Pa-
cific, but whether the syndicate bought
for itself or for the Gould Interests Is
Suit has been Instituted at Butte by
James A. Boyer to recover from the
Washoe Copper Mining Company the
sum of |150.0i>0 which it is claimed Is
the value of ore alleged to have been
Illegally extracted by the Washoe com-
pany from beneath a lot belonging to
At the spi!ng session of the Institu-
tion of Naval Architects In London It
was announred that the admiralty had
decided to create a new class of war
vessels to be known as the scout class,
somewhat after the tyi e of torpedo
boat destroyers, but cf greater sea
The Supreme Court of California, In
a decision, declares ;he trust clause In
the will of the late Senator James ti.
Fair Invalid and the property will at
once Le distributed among the chil-
dren of the deceased senator. It Is es-
timated that the estate la worth up-
wards of $20,(100,000.
The woman's suffrage amendment
Impervious to Nolia.
"How queer!" exclaimed Miss Pertle
Goodwin, at the Wagner recital. "My
foot hu gone to sleep—and In all this
noise, too! "—Chicago Tribune.
Big lndnttrlea Hull! up on Small Article*.
Few people realise the want* and re-
quirements of the eighty million* of peo-
ple In the t'nited States. Who would
think that it require* over a million dol-
lar* rapltal to carry on the package dye
buslneaa In this country, and that there
are twelve different factorle* In the Unit-
ed States that manufacture packaga dye?
One of the large*! parknge dye factories
In the world I* that of the Putnam Fade-
less Dye Co.. Unlonvllle. Mo. In thl* fac-
tory al ine over three million puckages
are put up every year. When you know
that each package color* from I lo I
pound* of good*, or that the output of
Putnam KadeJeaa Dye* alone will color
from 9 to 18 million pound* and that It
would require more than WW car* to haul
this amount of dyed good*, you will re-
alize the magnitude of this seemingly
Solomon says the glory of a woman Is
111 her hair, but he doesn t say anything
about her glory being attributed to some
other woman's hair —Chicago News.
Ton Can Uct Allen'* Koul-lCiuie Kree.
Write to-day to Allen S. Olmsted, Le-
Roy.N. Y.,for a FKKK sample of Allen's
Foot Kane, a powder. It cures sweating,
damp, swollen, aching feet. Makes new
or tight shoes easy. A certain cure for
Chilblains and Frost-bites. At all
druggists and shoe stores; 25 cents.
Is like some other
ire really In love with
things. We never
It till It has gone.
KAHI.IKNT RUSSIAN MII.LFT.
Will you be short of hay' If *o, plant a
plenty of this prodigally prolific millet,
ft to a Ton* of Rich Hay 1'er Acre.
Price 50 lb*. $1 90: 100 lb* Low freight*.
John A. Balzer Seed Co., La Croeae.Wia. \V
Now If the end of the legislature onlv
means a cessation of adjectives on the
Din kiln amendment, the people will have
two-fold reason for rejoicing.
What is the u ■ e of employing some one
to do your dyeing for you. If vou use
PUTNAM FA DHL ESS DYES yon can
do it just as well * a professional.
Sold by druggists, 1 dc. p >r package.
What between prohibition and Irriga-
tion Kansas is in i anger of developing a
case of water on the brain.
Stats or onto, Crrr or Toledo, t
L.CCAS Co BUTT, ("•
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that ho Is the
senior partner of the tlrm of F. J. Cheney &Co.,
doing business In the City of Toledo, t'ounty
■ nd State aforesaid, and that said arm will pay
the sum of ONK HUNDKKU DOLLARS for
each and every case of Catarrh that cannot be
cured by the use of Hall's Catarrh (Hire.
FKANK J. CHKNEY.
Sworn to before me and subscribed In iny
presence, this tilh day of December. A. D. ISod
m,., | A.W. OLKASON.
IS"M Notary Public.
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally, and
sets directly on the blood and mucous surface*
of the system. Send (or testimonials, free.
F. J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, a
A man may be simply mulish during his
lifetime, but In the obituary notice It Is
always said that he had the courage of
People buy Hamlin * Wlsard Oil be-
cause they have learned by experience
that it cures pain of every kind.
man has a moral right to disclose
>ven breath during the honeymoon.
To Cure a Cold in One duy.
Take Laxative Bromc Quiuine Tab.ets. All
druggists refund rnouey i f it fails to cure. '15c.
Lawyers occasionally make mistakes,
but they seldom bring suit against one
Plto'a Cure for Consumption is an Infallible
Bted;c ne tor coughs an l colds.— N. W. bAUUSJ*
Ocean Grove. N. J.. Feb. 17. lttuO
Give a man half a chance and he will
tell of a grudge he has against some
$25 to California.
Dally during March and April, the San-
ta 1> will sell colonist tickets from Den-
ver. Colorado Springs or Pueblo to Cali-
fornia points at rate of $2.">. Full partic-
ulars by calling on or addressing J. P.
Hall. General Agent 8anta Fe. Denver.
A Temperate Saloon Keeper.
Harry Moran. who has been in the
liquor business here since 1874. first
at Indianapolis as barkeeper for his
uncle and later in his own saloon, has
never tasted liquor in his life. He says
he doesn't know why he refrained from
tasting it when handling Intoxicants
for so many years, but It is a fact that
he does not know the taste of alco-
holic liquors. Moran's record is be-
lieved to be exceptional among men in
- — Some people «•■■■
was given its final dentil blow by the | on the Interest of
Iowa Legislature when the House by ^rrjiinhoiiwj^^
while on earth try to IN
their Imaginary treas-
a vote of 50 to 88 adopted the report
of the committee recommending it for
Indefinite postponement. After It had
passed the Senate the suffragists be-
lieved tlu> most serious obstacle had
The legal officers who have been ex-
amining the question presented by the
flight of Qaynor and Green from Sa-
vannah t Canada have practically
reached the conclusion that they can
be reached under the extradition
treaty. A prolonged struggle in the
Canadian courts Is expected before the
fugitives can be secured.
One of the largest single orders for
horses ever given In the country has
been closed with a buyer at the South
St. Joseph horse and mule market. The
contract calls for 12,000 horses, to lie
delivered at the rate of 50<> per month
for twenty four months. Whl'e the
contract Inehnhn many varieties of
animals, It Is the general belief that
the greater part of them are for the
use of the British army In South
Tile President hn* decided to give
another nomination to J. II. I)evaux,
the colored collector of customs at Sa-
vannah, Georgia A light was made
on Iievaux by the "Lily White'' lie-
publicans of Georgia because they
wanted the office for themselves. I e-
vaux had no op|>osltlon from the white
Democrats of Savannah, who were sat
Istlcd wlrli his management of tho of-
While members of the friKlminn
class at y.anesvllle, Ohio, were raising
a disturbance and destroying properly
outside the house of ivlrs. M. K. Criss
well, where the sophomore* of Mils
klaghra c..iicge war* htMlii a ban
quet to-night, Mrs. Crlsswcll's twelve-
year old son. John, n|iencd fire on a
crowd outside from an upstair* win-
dow, seriously wounding Floyd Kram-
er of lebanon, Ohio, and sllglitljr
wounding Mark Hoy of New Concord.
The shooting was done with a rifle.
The liojr has not been arrested
DAN 6R0SVEN0R SAYS:
"Pe-fu-na is an Excellent Spring Catarrh Remedy
-H am as Well es Ever."
Medical men say that a good nurse
in a difficult case is better than med-
icine, but when we can get a good
nurse and gtxxi medicine, the patient
stands a much better chance of re-
covery. The few words of advice
given below by nurse Eliza King, are
well worthy the attention of all
" I have constantly used St. Jacobs Oil in
the various situations I have occupied as
nurse, and have invariably found it excellent
in all cases requiring outward application,
such as sprains, bruises, rheumatic affections,
neuralgia, etc. In cases of pleurisy it is an
excellent remedy—well rubbed in. 1 tan
strongly lecommend it after several years'
use and experience. It should l>e in every
Sister Cabolima, St. Andrew's Hospital,
writes : " 1 have found St. Jacob* tMI a tt«sl
efficacious remedy in gout; also In sprains and
bruises. Indeed, we cannot say too much
in its praise, and our doctor is ordering it
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HON. DAN. A. GR0SVEN0R, OF THE FAMOUS OHIO FAMILY.
Iloti. Dan. A. (iroHvenor. Deputy Auditor for the War Department, in a
letter written from Washington, 1). C., saya:
"Allow me to express my gratitude to you for the benefit derived
from one bottle of Peruna. One week has brought wonderlul changes
and / am now as well as ever. Besides being one of the very best
spring tonics It Is an excellent catarrh remedy.
DAN. A. OROSVENOR.
In a recent letter he bays:
"I consider Peruna really more meritorious than / did when I
wrote you last. I receive numerous letters from acquaintances all
over the country asking me If my certificate is genuine. I invariably
answer, yes."-"Dan. A. Qrosvenor.
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Doutflaa St orr®,'
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•It <l« alert
t/taUt m tobU UUwl
A 'ti. - •;
A Congressman'* l.ettrr.
lion. 11. W. Ofjden, t'ongrrbsman
from Ijouihiann, in a letter written at
Washington, D. C.. t-aya tho following
of l'eruna. the natioiialcatarrli remedy:
"/ can conscientiously recommend
your Perunm as a fine tonic and mil
around good medicine to those who
are In need of a catarrh remedy. It
has been commended to me by people
who have used it, as a remedy par-
ticularly effective In the cure of
catarrh. For those who need a good
catarrh medicine I know of nothing
better."—H. W. Ogden.
Trout Catarrh in Spring.
The spring ia the time to treat
c&lurrli. Cold, wet winter waather
often re tarda a cure of catarrh, if a
course of lVruna is taksn during the
early spring months the cure will l>e
prompt and permanent. There can
be no failures if I'ernna is taken
intelligently during the favorable
weather of spring.
As a systemic catarrh remedy Pe-
runa eradicates catarrh froin tho ays-
tern wherever it may be located. It
cures catarrh of the stomach or bowels
with the aame certainty as catarrh of
If you do nut derive prompt rnd satis-
factory results from the use of Peruna,
write at once to Dr. Ilartr.an, giving a
full statement of your c se and he will
be pleased to give you hia valuable ad-
Address Dr. Hartman, President of
Thu llartmun Sanitarium, Columbus,
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SAL/L Fi"; MAClO CRUSHED SHILL^J I
( put up ia ci>lt,ap4iui.a Tuaa* >
A aub<-tltule for and auperlor to inuatarrl or
anyolher pla-ier, an I will not blister the
in *t dellcui" akin The pain allaying and
curative oualltlco of thl* article are wonder-
ful It v> ill aiop Hi- tooihu-he at once, and
relieve heailai lie uttd actailca. Wv recom-
m-nd It a* the l.eat and rafeat exl<-rnal
counU r Irritant known. a|ao aa an enernal
rented* for paina In the rhi at and Htomach
and all rbeuiimtle, nr-iiralalc and irouly i oni-
plalnta A trl.il will prove what we clalMi
for li, and it will be foimd to tie Invaluable
In llie houaebo d Many people aay • It la the
beat of a 11 i >f vou"-pr p,u.n Ion* ' Price IA
centa nt all druwlatk or other dealer*, o( bf
aen 11n< thla amount tour.In po>uta« aiuinus
we win a >nd vou a tube t>v aialL No i.riule
aboold be aeeepted hjr the public unleaa the
atirtu- rnrrlex otir nr"-l n o'herwl* tt la not
IfeuutBD. CHliM HBUI t.M Mill GO,
17 St.*;.' HIrei i s i.w v<ihk ClTT,
—SO | The "Only" ln< ubitor.
Asenta wanted to n-pre.
Mm ua lii lln-lri wu Iioiom
I.IIm ral mmlaaion. No
iiak- wit rrr. yrn k
The "Only" Incubator 0*
lr time. (Wild bf vSnmieim
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The Cimarron News. (Kenton, Okla.), Vol. 4, No. 34, Ed. 1 Friday, March 28, 1902, newspaper, March 28, 1902; Kenton, Oklahoma Territory. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc233989/m1/3/: accessed October 23, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.