The Beaver Herald. (Beaver, Okla. Terr.), Vol. 16, No. 46, Ed. 1, Thursday, April 30, 1903 Page: 2 of 4
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I; THE PROBLEMS OF THE FUTURE j
New York. 1b n ipech punctuated for uplifting Uiose long held In slavery.
nlteraately by ringing cheers and chll-. Qlve him suffrage and citizenship an J
ling silence. Secretary ot War Root 'equal rights ann ho will rise thoy
at the anniversary meeting of tho
Union League club aatd that negro
suffrage was a (allure; that the grow-
ing divergence between the wealthy
and the poor was finding a place lu
legislation that every good citizen
must set his face against the possi-
bility ot a war ot classes and thirdly
that the labor unions were setting a
nrMnllim ln ninth fiilnmta anil ntunlilll V. I
"1 tear wo aro compelled to face the
conclusion that tho experiment has
failed. The suffrage tins been t alien
nwny from tho black man Is most of
the states In which he composes the
larger part ot the population. Tin
black man In the South generally
no longer has practically the right to
"It Is probably but a matter of tlm
calling (or tho best citizenship and the
most devoted patriotism" he said:
"One Is tho tendency growing 1
fear.to dissensions between tho wealthy
and the poor under which wealth
tends constantly to endeavor to control
matters generally through eglslntion
thus stirring up a conflict and a war
upon the wealthy based upon envy
and jealously. Every good citizen
should make his protest and set IiIb
face against It and make It certain Hint
in this country ot ours wo shall have
no war of classes.
"A second problem is a tendency to
check Individual enterprise and devel-
opment. The chance that every poor
boy has by his own efforts bis Indus-
try his energy and his courage to rise
as high has a man ran rise is the very
foundation of our liberty.
"Labor unions are Increasing the
Fashion Notes of Today.
JWtlMSH SOOIBTY ULADZR.
There are great problems to-day J when tho overwhelming dominant
white opinion will bUccecd lu exclitd
Ing the black man from all offlt.es in
the Southern states.
"So. the country has to face the fall- j
lire of the plan formulated nt the elo?e
of the war to elevate the black man
by conferring the suffrabc upon him.
"We can never throw up the respon
sibility for these people held In shiver) j
for bo many generations. Tho new t
question What can be done for them i
now that tho first plan has failed U
one Hint challenges the best thought '
nnd the best patriotism of our coun-
try." "A curious development has been
scon within tho past year. President
Roosevelt litis npiioluted fewer blnilt
men tl.nn President McKtnley. and
there arc to-day fewer black men
holding olllce than when McKluley
died. Yet loud outcries arc to be
prohibition against the better man' heard lu the South about President
mskiUg the most wages nnd doing tho
most work he Is capable ot in faor
ot tho poorer workman. This is put-
ting a premium on sloth and stupidity.
I make no war on labor organizations;
I believe In them. I believe that in
the struggle for life now with Its grow-
Roosevelt's policy of appointing blael
men to office In the South. Under
previous Presidents McKlnlcy Cleve
land. Harrison nnd back to Hayes a I
TMI MJBLTKMO PLAHW. OKLAHOMA BRIEFS. M
They Hay Xleotrlo Thrills an Ben-
Long ago Sir J. Gordon Sanderson
showed that electrical manifestations
wero capable of being demonstrated In
the case of the movements of the fly-
catching plnnt ot North Carolina known
wi tho Dlonaea or "Venus' fly trap." He
deduced from hU experiments n clots
nnnlogy between tho electrical reac-
tions of tho plant and thoso of muscle
In animals. This observation natural-
ly lends to ward the recognition ot a
common basis for the movements of nn-
tmnl nnd plant life. Mok-o recently ex-
periments seem to IndlMto that such
electrical responses nre poslbly uni-
versal through tho plant world. Dose
has shown for example that In tho esse
of the leaf stalk ot the horse chestnut
or tho root of tho carrot or radish a
current was noted In the stalk from a
p.ut which una been injured to the un-
injured portion. This corresponds with
what is known to occur in experiments
on nntmnl tissues. When tho stimula-
tion censed nnd tho tlssuo regained Its
I normal stnto "n current ot rest" was ob-
served to bo established such as may
. be presumed to exist in tho natural
1 condition of tho plant.
I All such experimentation bears very
! directly on tho question of plntH sensi-
tiveness. Most ot us regard the plnnt
ns n purely vegetable thtng living but
Incapable of resonlng ns docs tho nnl-
t nml. to stimuli which affect n nervous
' system. This view is founded on a mis-
concetlon of life's constitution nt force.
I Plants llvo because they contain pro-
toplasm or living matter and this mat-
I ter as regards sensitiveness at least
I may he regarded ns practically Identl-
' -nl In the two great groups of living rfa-
Hire. Time was when the living matter
of plants wns regarded ns bolng confined
within cells each of which w:ia shut off
from Its nelghliors. Now wo know that
delicate threads of living matter run
from cell to cell. Hence It mny bo pre-
sumed that when nn Impression Is mado
on Hie protoplnsm ot ono part of the
Latest photograph of the Hnrchloncss.of Anglesey one of the most beau-
tiful women of the English nobility.
The Mnrchloness Is separated fromher husband who is the head of the n
time more negroes were nptiotnted to oble House of Fagot nnd resides inParis for the most pnrt of the yenr.
office and nothing was said. I
"A black man attended nn official re-'
Willis Griffin the Urst whits child
beta in Guthrie and the territory after
the opening of old Oklahoma in April.
USB Is dead His parents participated
in the run iccurod a claim and have
lived there over since.
Inleni oxrllemonl prevails In Ta-
loga and Downy rooMlo ovnr the dis-
covery of gold copper and iron oro on
tlic farm of It. M. Moloney Ovo miles
northeast ot Taloga (Justness has
been practically suspended there so
great is Hie excltcmonl. Hundreds of
people aro flocking to tho scene
It Is estimated that this season's cot-
ton crop In Oklahoma "vlll reach 175-
000 b-ilci. th" greatest In tho territory's
history Out of tho twenty-six countlrt
In the territory twenty aro cotton pro-
ducers Ocnlcrs state that tun lrt
acreage Increases gradually onrh year.
The nillng price during the asou hns
been 8 cents
Tho rosl of caro ami mnlntnna
of Oklahoma's dnaf and dumb and In-
s.ino nn woll as of thn territory rnn.
viols all nf win.... In Mono nndor con-
tract for two yours at shown by Ter-
ritorial Auditor Hatter' statement
recently in a do public. In: Insann $122-
757. convicts. $09894: deaf and
Oklahoma City was In dancer of do
strnctlnn one day last week. A blare
hat started caused a loss of U million
dollars The wind wax r; strong that
for a time it seemed as IT tho flro
could not be checked Calls for aid
Ing riches the laboring man is bound ccptlon in Washington at the White
to organize. I believe he Is entitled house n short time nto. The black
to do so aud I am glad to see him or- man ns official of the government had
guise to get his own. Dut let us set' always attended these receptions. Yi
our faces against Uio tendency to say ' the invitation ot the President to
to any American boy 'You shall nut these men was the signal for an out-
Jo the best you can.'
"A third problem Is ono with which
this club might bo concerned. You
have heard the speakers tell to-night
of the organization of negro regiments
by this club and of their marching
down Broadway beside them. Within
two years after the foundation of this time nnd Ilnnlly
club the nation by tho thirteenth ' vociferous cheers.
cry of n thousand papers In the booth
that the whites were being Insulted. I
Kor an Instant nftcr the Scctetuiy '
of Wnr had finished a hush fell upoa j
the niidlcuce. Then Hie applause was J
fnlrly deafening- It continued for nt (
least two minutes swelling nil H.t i
broke out into
amendment provided that Blavcry
should not exist In this country. My
the fourteenth amendment tho nation
recognized the black man and provided
that all men bora or naturalized In
this country should be citizens. By
the fifteenth amendment It declared
that no man ahould be debarred from
voting It he was a citizen and eligible.
"Those three amendments embodied
the scheme adopted by thoughtful men
KW YOIIK letter: Tho
fashionable girl of spring
will be n composite crea-
tine. She will bo BCU're
but feminine; simple but
elegant; her gowns will
reveal the most delightful
color schemes but nt all
times wilt they be harmo
nious Her liullMilunl tastes will find
expression In tier gowns nnd-evcrythiiig
that she wears will emphasize her orig-
inality. Tho spring novelties which now oc-
etipy the places of honor In tho shops
having relegated whiter fabrics to Hie
bargain counters nre not nccessnrlly
expensive though thcro are Instances
lu which one might run tho limit of
ext rat il mice Happily dress which for
ninny jeura raised n sharply accent tint-
d dividing llco between the rich nml
poor has today levelled all dasn lines.
ami Mime ot the most licautluil ma-
tt rlnls nre bo client) that they are easi-
ly within the roach of the woman with
a limited dress allowance.
For Instance among tho smartest
fabrics lu which the newest shirt waists
appear nro mercerized cotton madras
chamhray batiste linen mull lawn
nn NnltiFook Itnjco. which by the
The occasion wns the fortieth nnnl
vcrsary of Hie founding of the club
Around Mr. Hoot ou Hie platform in
the Inrge hall or the club sat llftwi
of the thirty-two survivors of the r.:tl
men who Joined the club In 1S03. Kour
hundred members wero present when
the senior vice president William 12.
Dodge In tho absence from the city of
the president Cornelius N. llllsts called i way is no moro or less than a linen
the audience to order.
PRINCESS AND OIRON PART.
Lawyers Were Present Tears Shed
but She Will See Her Children.
Geneva. Tho legal advisor of tho
former Crown Princess of Saxony has
made tho following announcement:
"M. Ulron will leave Gonova for
Brussels where ho will join his fam-
ily. M. Olron has broken off all rela-
tions with the princess In order not to
Impede the reunion ot tho princess
with her children."
Herr Zehme tne lawyyer from Dres-
den arrived at Geneva and wont Im-
mediately to the Hotel Suisse whero
the Crown Princess of Saxony M.
Qlroa and Mallre Lachenal awaited
htm. A long Interview took placo In
the course of which tho princess In a
torrent of tears crlod: "I must boo
my poor children again."
Immediately after it was over Herr
Zehme announced that all relations
between the princess and M. Olron
had been completely broken oft and
that M. Olron was returning to Brus-
sels In the evening. Ho Intends nover
to see tho princess again. When ask-
edo who arranged this the lawyer said
that he and M. Lachenal had dono so.
M. Olron he declarod was making a
great sacrifice for tho good ot tho
princess. This was In reality tho only
possible solution as tho princess
would not relinquish the liberty to boo
her children which tho crown prlnco
Insisted upon withholding unloss sho
eoBsenUd to separate from M. Olron.
The parting betwoen tho princess
'aat M. Qlroa waa most touching. Tho
prtaeess wept and M. Olron was much
affected. The princess will remain at
ike Hotel Suisse 'an Indefinite time.
k-Mhllen Dellar Deal.
Lm Aagelet Cal. The Montezuma
tree e geld mines In the Popago dls-
fiat ef Chihuahua Mexico has been
i by ike United Mining and Ex-
eempaay of Los Angeles. The
- L. A I. ..I.I
t g4reSMMM BTIO Oi u pfunri7 i biuu
ts have beea 6 rellllcm dollars and It
WM seated at the eempeay's office here
Httt at least oae-kalf million dollars
'will be Mpended la the develop-
Mi eelpmeat of the prop-
BRYAN WILL NOT ATTEND.
Refuses to Be at Harmony Banquets
Chicago. William J. Bryan declares
thnt he will refuse to attend any ban-
quet to which Grover Cleveland Is to bo
Mr. Bryan'H declaration was mail"
through on Intimate friend to the offi-
cers ot the Iroquts Club which Intend-
ed to Invito Bryan Clevelnnd nnd other
Democratic leaders to a banquet to bo
held on Juckson's birthday March 1G.
It had been proposed to mala this
banquet tho occasion for n national '
Democratic love feast. Tho banquet
committee of the club had prepared a
list of prominent Democrats to whom
Invitations to bo present and deliver '
addresses wero to bo sent. The Urst
name on the list was that of former i
President Orovcr Cleveland. Tho sec
ond was that ot William J. Bryan.
Mr. Bryuu passed through tho city
and saw tho list of npeakers ut the
Iroqtils banquet that had been pub-1
llshed and Immediately declared thlt
be would not attend the banquet. j
"Whnt need Is there of Inviting any-
ono else to a banquet nt which Orovcr
Cleveland Is to bo present?' ho itsUod
and he rt quested n friend to have his
name Htrlckcu off tho list ot those who
were to bo invited to Hie Iroqtils Club
Among tho men who nro to bo invit-
ed to attend the bauquet nro: Orovrr
Cleveland Horace Boise David B. Hill
J. J. Hill lllchard Oluey William C.
Whitney Dunlel I-nniont Doit M. Dick
inson Henry Watterson ox-Attorney
General Harmon und Senator Bailey.
flnltdied cotton fabric with n high
The spring shirt vvnlst while It sags
over the belt nt the front shows n
square rather than tho rounded out-
line of previous jcars. This Ih u French
Idea which will no doubt become very
popular In America especially with
slender graceful women.
The shirt waist suit which appeals
principally to women whoso mornliiga
aro devoted to tdinpplng Is diversified
I his senson by n few touches of color.
An especially itle design Is carried out
In gobelin blue foulard embroidered In
old rose and nlle green silk. The .douse
waUtH Hihcs with an Inverted box-
plait and has two unrrow plnltH nt tho
shoulders which Intermliiglo graceful-
ly with tho folds of the blouso effect
it the cud of the stitching. The sleeves
aro In bishop pattern nnd have an In-
verted liox-plnit to the elbow.
A novel Idea Is expressed In the hip.
gown is on tho shirt-waist and skirt
order but mado very simply and grace-
fully. Accompanying such a toilette is a
smart toque of gree velvet. Its only
trimming consists of n Inrge blue nnd
green bird which covers the left sldo
nnd droops over the back ot the toque.
Desiring n touch or grey in tliu nai n
bird with wing feathers of this shado
might bo selected but the blue and
green Is qulto the must chic novelty ot
There nro n thousand ways of em-
ploying tucks on suits nnd bodices nnd
each Is distinctive and pretty. Iloynl
blue zlbelluc Is selected for n dressy
street suit for spring wear. Tho gown
Is decorated with narrow corded tucks
nnd pipings of blue satin nnd wns de-
signed especially for tho automobile
show which is attracting considerable
The coat Is mado with a pcplltn nnd
belt sleeves. It has n rolling collar nnd
rovers of blue satin nppllqucd with
white lnce. Tho finishing touches nre
gained through nn Imposing silk cord
nnd ornaments mntchltig tho suit in
Beaver hats will bo worn very lato
nnd becoming In apropos by the coming
of spring weather will bo supplanted by
chiffon deslcns cnrrylng out tho r.amo
Ideas In Rhapo nnd trimming. Ono of
the daintiest confections of the season
Is n bat of grey beaver trimmed wllh
grey nnd whlto panne which extends
neross tho front and over tho upturned
brim on the left side with n long grey
and white plume.
A novelty Hint promises to bo moro
thnn n paralng fancy is shown In tho
new gloves. They nro mado of suedo
nnd widening with something of nclr-
cular llaro nbovo the last button nro
cuffs of the suede embroidered In silk
lu raised designs. This necessitates tho
wearing of tho slecvo waistband be-
neath the glove but ns tho embroider-
ies shown on the gloves nro in Hie'
season's popular shades It la nn easy
matter to select tints that will harmon-
ize with Hie gown.
plant it mny bo transmitted to distant t weno sent to Guthrlo. El Itcno and
part of tho organism. 8owo plants Purcoll All three cities responded
sensitive In their cat tiro show tho re- .. . . . iw .
suits of stimulation by the drooping of ' Hr.c tcPartm were sent by special
haves nnd llko actions. But oven in
plants w..ch do not exhibit such obvi-
ous results of stimulation wo may pos-
tulate sensitiveness (accompanied by
electrical reaction) although no out-
ward sign of tho irritation Is manifest-
ed. It Is becnuso plnnts hnvo Immov-
able tissues so to speak that they do
not exhibit movements ns n rule. Yet
when a. dnlsv rlnsrs Its nolAla unilor tlin
Influence of n cold wavo on n summer'a Causing the electric light plant to shut
trains They got there In tlmo to aid
In stopping tho flame
At Mnngum. even the electric light
plant does not run on Sunday becauso
tho manager was notified to keep It
shut down under penalty of prosecu-
tion for violating tbo Sunday law.
ilny wo nro surely In tho region of sen
tlent life manifested by actions not far
removed from Uioso of tho animal and
specially from those of lower animal
llfo. Wordsworth's Idea that "overy
! Ilovvcr enjoys Uio nlr It breathes" may
after nil bo founded upon a scientific
bash). London Chronicle.
THICK ON THE MINISTEB.
Why HJu Congregation Oceupled the
Tahiti linen has been Impressed Into I
Fervlce to prodtiro n vngnry of fashion
Ono of tho ministers of tho cltr who
for obvious reasons doesn't caro to
hnvo his name mentioned in tho matter
tells n story of a trick that ono of
his chums put up on him during the
early days of his ecclesiastical career.
Th cclium was on soclnblo terms with
' the officers of tho church ho attended
nnd secured tho appointment ot his
friend as supply on one ot tho Sundays
during the summer vacation.
"Now Jim' 'the chum said nfter the
joting minister hnd thanked him
"there Is ono thing I would llko to have
you remember when you preach nt our
church. Nearly nil ot our people nro
nwny but strango to say tho maporlty
of thosu that nro still In town aro deaf.
' They haven't been ablo to hoar tho
supplies wo liavo hnd so far. So please
do uso every bit of voico you have to
mako thoso pcoplo hoar what you have
Accordingly tho mtnlstor remember-
ing his chum's instructions let loose
the full strength of his voice when ho
conducted the services of the church in
question on tho following Sunday and
tbo minister lot It be remarked here
whllo not of especially robust build
hns been endowed by naturo with to-
I cal organs ot n particularly powerful
vol.0. which Is made In ono piece with lJust ns towelling wns employed Inst scn-
Vmhm Wm Held te Be Sane.
' Jtw York. WIlHaea Hooper young
M trial fM' Um mtcreer of Mrs. Ann
rulHeer. bu beea declare
bf s eOMBves4o ha huuey. eem-
i tf Hkmc ffcysietaM appelated by
2a2la is aTnsHns
Roosevelt Is Confident.
Washington. "1 havo quit worrylni
about my nomination" President
Kooaevclt said to n friend recently. "I
consider that settled und I am qulta
suro that I will bo tho cholco ot tho
convention. "What I nm worrying
about now Is whom tho Democrats will
nominate. From nil I can learn nnd
from the trend ot things In general It
seems to mo that a man from my
awn state Judge Parker will bo my
Brazil Wants No Meditation.
Washington. Benor Ascls Brazil
the minister from Brnzllll called ut tho
state department Saturday to talk with
Secretary Hay over tho threatening
eeadltioM la Acre. The secretary's
effert to preveat hostilities havo no)
Mssassjii and far la restrained from
Uaderiag the good offices of the
OaMet States by u disposition
i lu narrow front breadth of the skirt
and supports three wide llotinres which
aro uiillred but given support by n
drop skirt of gobelin blue taffeta.
Stilt another Hit; waist frock Is
uadn of putty lolorcd pongeo nnd hns
the shirt shirred around the top In
simulation of a hip-joke The waist Is
n distinctive nffnlr being embroidered
down the front with tho Jnpnuesc nl-
pbnbct In bright colored silks.
The new color schemes nro to bo rec-
ommended for their dnliitlucss nnd gen-
eral beromliigness. (trey with similes of
sago green Is a favorite combination
although It la often compelled to shnro
honors with burnt orange mingled with"
whlto cloth and ecru lace. Indeed there
nre lint few combinations which do not
Include tho lnce for. like the touch of
Mitel! It lends character to a gown
when other trimmings full.
Brown nud whlto ono of tho most
nought schemes of winter will bo a her-
itage of spring fashions. A very smart
street gown Is of brown nnd whlto mix-
ed goods wit pipings of brown silk.
The Jncltet hns bishop sleeves nnd n
loose plaited front with a doublo col-
lar nud n ut olo which nro piped with
The skirt has a habit back nnd Is or-
nnmetited with widn straps of tho ma-
terial piped with silk. Dark brown cro-
cheted ornaments form nn otTcctlvo fin-
ish on both Jnclict and skirt.
Kor finmctliliig Hint Is really Eiunrt
und Inexpensive nothing could bo more
sntlsfjlitg thnn n gown In dark green
velvet llecl.rd with French gray. Tho
ron. A fetching wnlst Is designed of
heavy satin dnmnsk with n yoke back
nud front nnd n Inrgo box plait down
the front with immense pearl buttons
Thcro Is n plethora of novelties In Hie
shops though tho majority nro of the
vnriety classed ns transient. Tho vari-
colored silk buttons finished with cords
nnd tassels will remain becnuse thcro
Is something of crnco in tho tnssels as
they swing to nnd fro with each motion
of tho body nnd graco Is nn element
todnry which nil energies nro concen-
trated. A collarette really girlish In Kb at-
tractiveness is ot whlto satin nnd nc-
cordlon plaited chiffon from n short
en mi below the stole of satin. Accom-
panying the collnretto Is n lint ot white
chiffon finely shirred with n cluster ot
velvet roses beneath the brim nnd close
to tho hair In front.
Mayor Hayes of Baltimore Is en-
deavoring to havo abolished tho city's
exaction of n fee of 15 cents from sight-
seers who go to tho top of tho Wnsh-
Inctnn monument. Thorn Ih n Ann vlnw
from the top Tho city now receive nn I ....
uvorago of I0 weekly from tho fees. I Dr. Sewell who has announced his In
which nro nnnlletl to tho ceneral rum! " y .i.hiiib um uimo m
The mlnlstor said In telling tbo story.
Hint ho noticed with both surprlso and
pleasure that the greater part of the
congregation was seated near tho front
Instead of oft in tho rear Boats as In
most summer congregations. Ho didn't
tiEo nil ot his strongtb ho says in the
opening prayers but waited for the
sermon when ?:o went nt It for all ho
woo worth. At any sign ot rosUessness
or uneasiness ho redoubled bis efforts.
Whcu the sorvlco was over one ot the
officials went to tho clergyman the
chum wns out of town by the way
nnd nftcr expressing his Interest In the
sermon; said ho had beon greatly sur-
prised to Ilnd tho preacher the posses-
sor of ouch n powerful voice. "Your
friend" lie snld "told us that you were
n good preacher but Hint your voice
wns extremely weak and list It was
difficult to ho?r you unless one sat far
up toward the front. So wo brought ev-
erybody as near tho pulpit as possible."
"But I understand" tho mlnlstor
Raid "Hint through some mysterious
dispensation of Providence nearly all
your pcoplo were dent"
Kxplanntlons followed and it was
well for tho chum Just then that be
was spending Sunday out ot town.
for tho maintenance
of parks nnd
Ono In 81 men employed on sailing
ships wnB drowned last year whllo of
thoso employed on steamships tho pro
IHirtlon wns ono in 343.
As to Two Evils.
Ttieodoro Ilnllnm ono of tho most
celebrated of legal practitioners nnco
defended n burglar; nnd tho enso gnvo
him u story Hint ho never tired of tell.
Ing. Tho prosecuting attorney was
lighting vigorously nnd hnd tho de-
fendant's vvjfu on tho stand.
"You nro tho vvifo ot tho prisoner!"
ho naked Iter.
"Yes" hIio replied
"Did you know big mode of llfo
when you married hlmV
"I did sir."
"Will you tell us then'- wont on tho
prosecutor surprised by this admis-
sion now you enmo to contract ns
nlllutico with one of his kind?"
"Well" sho answered Ingenuously
"I wns getting on tho other glrta hnd
all boon married mil 1 at last had no
cholco but between him nnd a lawyer
who was courting mo." Philadelphia
Derbyshire Devonshire nnd Weat-
morclnud provide the finest marbles
found In Kngland.
den of Now collcgo has long ago been
tne dean or the Heads or bouses at Ox-
ford nud the last survivor ot the dons
of tho old school. Ho came up from
Winchester ns n hLholar of New college
In 1S27 and has cur slnco been a mem-
ber of'that socloty nnd In constant resi-
dence. Ho wns an Intimate friend of
Dr. Routh tho celebrated president of
Mngdalcn college who died In U64 at
tho ago ot 100 yoars and who had sev-
er nl times met Dr. Johnson during his
frequent visits to Oxford
down Saturday night at 12 o'clock nnd
remain shut down until Monday
morning is rather inconvenient for
the townsmen of that city nnd thoy
arc trying to havo the law changed.
Somo weeks slnco an Oklahoma
merchant ordered ton pounds of salt-
peter from tils Jobber nnd received It
immediately by fnst freight. It was
sold to farmers of tho neighborhood
who used It In curing meat. Recently
so many complaints came in of tho
nperient properties ot tho meat treat-
ed that tho wholesaler was asked to
took into tho matter and It was found
Hint a careless 4cker had sent cpooni
Firtccn tamllles passed through
Shawnee tho other day for South Pot-
tawatomie county where they will set-
tle on lands recently purchased. Most
of them wero from Western Missouri
and Eastern Kansas although sovorsl
wero from Northern lown. Immigra-
tion to South Pottawatomie county Is
rapidly Increasing and most of Hip
Incomers aro prosperous and money
farmers from tho Northern states In
nearly every caso thoy aro Inaugurat-
ing substantial Improvements In tho
way ot replacing pioneer houses with
good framo bouses and other Improvements
Tho record of timber produced froir
ono treo was 80000 feet front n redwood
30 feot In diameter cut last year lu
DAUBER'S WOniC ORATIS
Ono ot tho largest barber "colleges"
lu Now York is lucatod In Canal street.
The customers of this school of In-
st ruction present a heterogeneous pic-
ture. Tho aggregation Is truly gro-
tesque in nnocaraucfl. Only tbo "way
down" brother Is barred from avalllBg
ot this opportunity of having his face
and head operated on. Ho fee la
chanted for shaving hair euttlhc.
slnjjelng dyeing or ahampoolnc. siren
lg -trt graiH to neevyi I bee" trimming la Included In this free
-The students pay for Mtton nnd thn
ough artists result from practical than
Bishop Conaty rector ot tho Catholic
university at Washington according to
a Home dispatch appears to have tbo
beet chance of appointment to
bishopric of Los Angeles Cal. When
ine .congregation of the propaganda
meets en Jan. 19 the tiling of thltf
vaeeney wHI eome up.
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A neuter's dispatch from Bukhareat
says: Tho council of ministers Is con-
sidering the question of the Second In-
ternational Petroloum congress which
It Is prnpo3od to hold here. Although
tho majority Is favorably disposed to-
wards the congress It haa yielded to
tho Insistence ot M. Bturdya premier
who says he fears the holding of the
congress In Bukhsreat may create the
danger ot Roumanian petroleum be-
coming monopolized by foreign capital-
ists nnd may also entail large ex.
penses Tho total expenditure kew-
L. 8. Elmer aselstant chief clerk of
tho postoffico department Is known as
an authority on (he postal laws nnd
regulations of this and other countries.
j;;; i He complied the postal nwanal vkleft
1 laws In eenelee form. Mr. Msaer be
been in the servlee stent N yean.
Thn new arehWefceo of
wm new nnvn an weenie
' INDIAN TERRITORY.
Tho Kiowa and Comancno Indians
will bo paid 1200000 within the next
In Judge Gill's court. In the North'
ern district of tho Indian Territory
tho trial of Earl Holt charged with
tho murder of James Holland of West-
villc was concluded last week and
tno Jury roturncd a verdict of not
guilty Tho trial tasted a week and
was bitterly contested by both sides.
Deputy marahals arrested Noah
Hawkins ot Ada a well-to-do fullblood
Indian charged with the recent mur-
der of Stephen Duller. It Is alleged
that both wero in love with tho same
Indian maiden and that Hawkins In
order to got rid of bis rival murdered
Tho Cherokee land offlco haa boon
In operation nt Vlnlln for one month
nnd ttio work of tho month Is as fol-
lows : Tlckots of admission Issued
3902: total number ot tickets admit-
ted during tho month C03; total num-
ber ot Individual allotments made dur-
ing tho month 1.045; additional locat-
ing clerks havo boon added to the
force and tho allotments will be made
a llttlo faster. At this rate It Is esti-
mated It w roquire three or four
years to allot the Cherokee nation.
Following an Investigation by tho
chiefs of the Kiowa Comanche and
Wichita affiliated tribes ot Indians
whoso reservation In Oklahoma was
recently opened to settlements agents
of Immense land grants In Old Mexico
aro now with them to close. If possi-
ble a deal by which the Indians take
1780.000 acres ot land adjoining the
Rio Grande river. In the atato of Chi-
huahua and Ahulla. The chiefs have
reported favorably on tho land to their
tribes It Is claimed that 1000000
acres will cost 60 cents each nnd the
romalnder at f 1 per acre.
Ot the 12398 Oermui naval nnd
military delinquents sentenced last
year- forty-two were punished for
' p ii?' r-
Over 300" Bismarck Monuments. (
Tho number ot Bismarck monuments
of nil kinds In Germany and other
Europcon countries now' exceeds 300
Building a Memorlsl Hall.
A number of citizens of Cambridge
Mass. aro planning to erect a $50000
memorial hall as a meotlng place for
patriotic and historical organizations.
The idea Is to make It what Fsneull
Hall Is to Boston.
Insures Oood Treatment.
Joseph Market a citizen "i Hrion
Ind. ;o and sM to bo worth
$100000 married Miss May Davis
aged 25. Market was a widower and
has four children. Ho did not wish to
marry a woman who wanted him only
for his estate and to Insure hli-rlf
good treatment mado a contract with
tbo young woman setting forth that
sho Is not to got any ot his estate at
death but is to rccelro $5000 a year
as long as sho keeps him allvo.
Chinese Students Come Here.
Tho two Chinese students who hsd
been "held up" by tho San Francisco
immigration officials under tho In-
terpretation of tho Chinese exclusion
law and. who were released recently
by tbo decision of tho treasury depart-
ment wero tho first ot the number for
which the Chinese government under
an Imperial decree Issued last yesr
made provision to send to educational
InsUtutlons In this country The stu
dents are sent here at the expense of
the Chlneso government to take post-
graduate courses snd upon their re
turn to China those successful In ex-
aminations will bo appointed to gov-
We offer One Hundred Dollars Re-
ward for any case of Catarrh that
cannot becured by Hall's Catarrh
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Toledo O.
Wo. tho undersigned havo known
F. J. Cheney for the last 15 years
and believe him perfectly honorable
In all business transactions and finan-
cially able to carry out any obliga-
tions made by their firm.
West & Truax Wholcsalo Druggists
Walding Klnnan & Marvin. Whole-
tale Druggists Toledo O. .
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Inter-
nally acting directly upon the blood
and mucous scrfaccs of the system.
Testimonials sent tree Prlco 7Gc
per bottle. 8old by all Druggists.
No Pension for Corns.
A veteran of tho Spanish war re-
cently applied to the secretary of the
Interior a caso which he claimed a
pension on account .of corns that he
bad contracted U wearing army
shoes. Tho department after an ex-
haustive course ot reasoning comes
to tho conclusion corns arc not a pen-
sionable disability. Tho decision says:
"Corns aro Inconvenient but aro sel-
dom incapacitating and when they
are the remedy Is simple and within
easy reach of anyone Tho soldier's
patriotism ought not to termlnato
with his military service It should
prompt him to go to a chiropodist
rather than to tho pension bureau.
An Important Discovery.
Granton Okla. Feb. 9th. After ten
years E. 11. Oosney of Granton has at
last found n cure for Kidney Trouble.
Mr. Ooaney suffered very severely
wllh Kidney Complaint and some ten
years ago made up his mind to And a
cure If one was to be had.
Ho has tried and tried and experi-
mented with every kidney medicine he
could bear of. Although he was al-
ways disappointed he kept on trying '
till at last bis perseverance was re-
warded and he found a complete cure.
He Is a well man today and explains
It as follows:
"Everything faited to cure me and
I was growing worse and worse till I
tried a now remedy called Dodd's Kid-
ney Pills and I had not taken many of
thorn before 1 know I had at last
found the right thing. I am entirely
cured and I cannot say too much for
Dodd's Kidney Pills."
A NEW KLONDIKE.
There Is n rich placer gold field In
New Mexico that Is known to be ten
miles square and the gravel Is 10 to
1000 feet thick In which there Is
enough gold to pay the national debt
This deposit of gravel has been form
ed by the action of water eroding the
tops of the many rich quart's veins on
the Ortiz mountains on which is locat-
ed the Bantn Fe Gold and Copper Co.'s
mines thnt nave paid over 17000S99
to the owners.
Tho famous Lincoln Lucky mine In
also on this mountain nnd It has paid
over $1.00Soe la m year to Its
Adjoining Lincoln Lucky en the
name vein w located the C. A C. Con-
solidated wltk n rick body of ere that
will net from $46 to $150 per ten. With-
in the next yenr this mine should be
the largest producer nnd meat preit-
nble ef any In tbe camp.
A assail amount nf money Invested
In It now will make you wealthy In n
Vwr tbe next 59 days ysu can buy
esse of Its treasury sleek nt 5c per
stare fully paid nnd non-assessable;
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