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Po)ir(BH) Harris ffot Mlf mix**
!• prisoners «C r«n ttit# morn In* and
tt l.i not ihr int itnr officer* *» « on
feavn been • bit nM»kNi in tbrlr mm
A man arreete-t during Ikt night
nay look n bit different to an oflteer at
k a. n. erst <toy.
"Tom J ansa." ratted Ik* Jhdg*
OArrr Morrt* roue »» praaetutor.
Hr bad brought inn In tout night
No | rlarncr answered to th* lona*
Olß>rr Morris locked »ver th* array
ta the dock.
Hr picked out a man in a corner of
the cknk and aald: "Coma up You
are the van.*’
"No. air. my name la Ed Footer."
replied the priaoner.
Don’t care; you are the right man
He tint forward, Lieut. Deamon l
looked at him ctooely “That man i*
not the one,” aald he. "He was
brought In at another time."
"Well, I don’t believe he la, after
all. btu they look eo much alike to me
I get them mixed up.”
It wa* found that neither Tom Jonas
*or Ed Foster <vere wanted, but Mil
ledge Curry, and Mllledxe It was who
was fined $2.50 for a drunk.
Th * ruffle of overworked womankind
are quickly and surety cared by Karl - *
Clever Knot Tv*. the great blood puri
fier and tissue builder. Money refusd
ed If not satisfactory. Price 25 ct*. and
Wi cts. Sold by— Retailers, T. •'A. Bux
ton Anderson's Pru* Store. Alexand
er's Drug Store, West End Pharmacy.
The Kins Phn r macy; Wholesalers,Dav
enport A Phlnlxy.
A KROTHI R KILI S HIS SISTER
Henry Sends a Load of Shot
Into His Sister’s Breast.
Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 21. Mark
Henry, aged 8 years, shot and killed
bis lu-yenr-A!d sister in this county,
jur Gainesville yesteiday. The t»jo
children had been left at home by
their parents, and the boy took down
his father’s shotgun. The girl was ly
ing In bed when the little fellow fired.
The entire load from one of the bar
rels penetrated her breast, inflicting
The tntMXle of the gun was placed so
near her that the powder burned her
Feats the Klondike.
Mr. A. O. Thomas, of Marysville,
Tex., has found a more valuable dis
covery than has yet been made in the
Klondike. For years he suffered untold
agony from consumption,- accompanied
by hemorrhages: and was absolutely
cured bv Dr. King’s New Discovery
for Consumption. Coughs and Colds. H<-j
declares that, gold is of’little value In
comparison with this marvelous cure;
would have It, even if It cost a hun-j
tired dollars a bottle. Asthma, Bron- I
chitis and all throat and lung affections
are positively cured by Dr. King s New
Discovery for Consumption. Trial bot
tles 10c. at Howard & Willet's drug •
store. Regular size 50 cents and Jl-00.
Guaranteed to cure or price refunded. 1
■if "Smooth toiling** to ra n%*f% htot tho
It C tx>« m* thp MiAMin With th* ri«ht Ihmga
■ * «i ih« fight pr«€#« Our m*gnlfkooi
collection ct New W»nto» Men hemline, com
bin log High Quality with Low Price*, prove* *
i “Great Drielng Cant.
We emphasize the fact today with a Hat of shoes and hats that cannot be passed by. and here they are
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RICE O’OOIMKTOR SHOE COMPANY
TWO 834 Broad Street, Name Acroes Sidewalk TWO
STORES 722 Broad Street, Opposite Monument STORES
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A* tto *vl#»tr pol»N to •toot*
tag bavtog been arrWenial »d«. Bat
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Blue Points on Half Shell
AT WwllK VEATEROAV.
S<xnr Needed Repairs Made to the
Yesterday several gang* at S'ekmrfl
I (fault advantage *4 the aster Imtag out
j«4 the cwnal and pwi In a haev days
j work Nes flua-dgeta-n were put ta at
j the Auausla fsrtnry and alii he com
pleted today A large 4ep«*M o' mud
I ssi removed from the bend of the ia
. (ul Just below the tortoty
The fthtey mill ale* tor* advantage
of the water being out. und cleaned
out th *ie rtiute.
Mandat hae been a hunt day for the
■ anal workmen nearly every n«ek late
|y. as mu h work ban tieen door which
’ required an empty canal and tbla can
jonly be secured on Sunday.
Pineapple Edam and English Dairy
'cheese freeh at Lamktn * Co 'n.
Was Captured By N. Trakas This
Recently quite a number of tarantu
las have been captuied by the fruit
dealers In the city. Today M Trakaa.
at 620 Broad, found a specimen and
placed it in a bottie where It la on
| He did not know that the rptder was
'at all dangerous and took no pains to
carefully handle It. It Is not a largu
specimen, but it ta said to be a perfect
The Ellis Restaurant is
now open for the recep
tion of all its former pat
rons and -the public gen
erally. Its former standard
will be sustained, and
everything in season ob
”lr. W ill Spivey Hurt
Mr. Will Slpvey, who hun been
working for Lombard Iron works for
many years, and who lives on Railroad
| avenue, had hIH hand crußh.-d while
i wroking this morning- The injury was
not a serious one. but quite painful,
and caused Mr. Spivey to stop work
for the day.
French Peas, Mushrooms and Sar
dines cheap at Lamktn & Co.'s.
New operas, if popular, help to settle
Many a man who has oo artistic
taste is able to paint the town.
The more room a njan has In bla
house the less he leaves outdoors.
Probably most people think ycu are
as foolish as you think they arc.
Round-shoulders men would be
ictrce if there were no troubles but
Whenever a bachelor begins to It
! vestigate a girl’s cooking ba means
, business. j
All wemen are pleased with the j
judgment, of Paris—when it comes to
I A driving rein la ailNdght for the
horseman, but a light shower satisfies
The success of some men if- due to
I their it on wills, end others of course
I to their cheeks of brass.
TIMES ARE NEVER SO HARD THAT YOU CAN T t> Jo TRADE WITH
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§ 9 Mo** of Ato— is ss tto* toioto— k
Clprse tHHYI to 9Nm» YtoS IS to 9lw*
lir St. M to******! fwotefiftoy **
| -f aaw a* nf % te •*
j T. A. IV*4I to AU**» m •«
I L H flrakam at Haw I«t fa at the
| T i. Manre «t toalnmn«» la at Ike
I Arfitkgt"*. #
M M. Murf h* y M (| «nW» le ot tto
Mr Armine tNeM* *p*l yrSrfdiF
J. t, R«hinm* of Wajmvafcac* »» at
r A «r»y rf'irwuttar* •• '« »»•*
1 c. t* Manning of Ckertctoe la at
M. I MurpksT of Charkwton la at
Mr*. M. A. Tteed of Harlem la In
i the city today.
Jno T. R.yn«*ld* of New York I* al
it he Arlington.
I jno. T. Ryman of New York I* at
j But. A. Aarons of New Yoik la at
Geo. A. Smith of Chattanooga l» at
j S. F. Moor* of Phlladelnhla la at
Mr*. C. J. Clifford of Grovctown 1*
Ui th* city today.
Henry 1.. Sehauberg of Philadelphia
i* at the Arlington.
Mr. R. W. Hunt ha* returned to
i Jacksonville, Fla.
I j( r , g. E, Maglll of Macon. Oa,, Is
in th* city today.
William S. B >nnett of Gibson, Os.,
is at th* Arlington.
Mr. Dan Donobac of Atlanta apeht
yesterday In the city.
James A. Hamilton of Wllllston. $.
C., Is »t the Planter*.
Mr. Fred B. Pope went up to Thom
son, Ga.. thi* morning.
Mr. and Mr*. Noel Porte or Nash
| \ tile- are at the Planters.
Mrs. D. meyer left this morning on
a week's visit to Charleston.
P. H. Hartman and A. B. Ostrum
of New York are at the Arlington.
Mr. W. E. Keener and Miss Ruth
1 Keener went over to Macon yesterday.
| Car No. 5 of Forepaugh and Sells
Brothers’ circus is at the
Maj. J. B. Cummins and Mr. .1.
C. C- Black went up to Atlanta this
Miss Robbie Smith, a charming mem- 1
her of the younger set of girls, leaves
Wednesday to visit friends in AUajjtta.
An advertising car of Pawnee Bill’s |
Wild West show passed through th"
city last afteraotm-enroute to Charles
Choice Hyacinths, Narcissus, Free
sia, Tulip and other bulbs for imme
diate planting. The Huss Flotat Nur
Rice k OTinor Shoe Ci pat
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laatlr itfttiv, tlaci In MtaatmlytM gnd
Norfolk Oyattors at the
Ellis Rtoktaurant, fresh and
M’V PLk* Ik W orihlp.
i "Tk* True rum t ton of Mu*te la Wor
,hip (ga* the subjrct at th* firrmnn
hy h' V Dr. W. C. Orkaegrr list night
| at tk* Lutheran tTmtrk of th* A*c*a- j
! *t«a. I
The neraum uaa extremely Intereat
mg tietng a hrl -f history of mu»» and
ian admirable exitualtlon of what tt*
telatb.n to church arvlrr* tVniW tie.
| A pistdsf lltaetration of the subject
j of tk* sermon •»» had In the brilliant
| mtaste that accompanied the aervlce,
j this being rendered try the ehotr. the
• "PgregotK*n gnd Prof. M’tggand.whoe*
< |rf-t formal!- c ilpon the organ wa* very
j "Th* aigh and moan of the wind,"
said Dr, fichai ffer, "the murmur of the
brook the rush of the mighty torrent,
ihe hum of thf tnaect, the note of the
l-lrd. the Inrtei thm of the human voice
S —are all alementa of mualc.
I "But nowhere in nature occurs th*
j arrangement of cona*eutlv© sound giv
-1 in* us what may h* rall*d a m*lody or
| harmony. It wag left to man to cultl
vat*. to *trcn*th*n. to auhdu* and to
arrange musical sound*, ond to reduce
] them to a system of varied music, and
I so it becomes a perfect medium for th*
expression of the human emotions.
Dr. Schaeffer took up the history of
music, telling of its first cultivation try
the early Greeks. H* then considered It
in Ita true relation to church worship.
•The true fashion of church music
should not be to furnish a Sunday con
cert. but to enhich and beautify the
worship of God.
"This problem of music is one of the
difficult ones whleh the modern church
has to meet.
"A church service is not a May festi
val. where a new and popular piima
donna is offered for exhibition. More
stress must lie laid upon music, not
popular rublsh, but sacred music. This
must he sting by singers, who, by long
practice, learn to sing well together,
and who can rightly Interpret what
"But more important and necessary Is
it to have for organist and director a
cultivated musician with church train
ing, sound taste and high Ideas. Brains,
culture and piety at the organ will
bring good music."
"To worship the Lord In song, to lead
the congregation and enequrage the
people to sing in worship should sn-1
must be the leading purpose of the
i "The choir may sing voluntaries, an
thems and set pieces, but the people,
the congregation, must Join in the
■ hymn. This of right belongs to them."
w Blue Points on Half Shell
Miss Anna Northen Benjamin, a
: southern girl who acted as a war cor
; respondent in Santiago campaign,
is going to lecture on her experiences
to woman’s cljjibs in the New Bngland
and Middle! States. . (
Now that Judge Caoloy has passed
away, Judge Benjamin M. Graves, of
Detroit, is the sole surviving member
of what used to be known as the big
four of the Michigan bench.
A turnip seed Increases its own
weight fifteen times a minute.
W/IW A ffl
Tk* aifiki sm warm and tk* purrk
. «ra* *l4*
*«<ct tk* aoft «M **ft*4 Ik* ■•ste’s j
Akd * t ruth »nd • m*M s*« *l4? by
Nestfc Ikr w sic bins light of the sun- '
[Hold th* youth "There's a maiden I
i She# ss fair a* the daybreak and
pure ss gold.
With a vote* as soft ss a 000111* dove,
| And a mouth like • hud with one
The otrem of her eyes make* tke star
And she's witty and clever, well
read and bred."
The maiden’s cheeks flushed at this
g nw'ng tale.
And— I love yon. loo,” she said.
—Beatrice Hansrom In the November
Ijidles' Home Journal.
A Novel Journey.
Four well known Chicago sort civ
men and 'heir wives have Just stand
on or.e ol the most vruluresome trips
that ran be lukt-n in ihl* country.
Fes? men titve taken It. and only one
woman. She was oo delighted with
the experience that she has Induced
her f*;cuds to go with her on the sec
The Grand Canyon of tli* Colorado,
toward which t}ie party are bound.
furntebes some of the wildest and mmt
picturesque scenery in America, and
it* descent Is no hazardous that few
men. exc-’pt those on exploration bent,
have cared to undertake It. Mrs. Kd
wtsrd E. Aver, with her husband and a
parly of guides, had an exciting trip
through the canyon several years ago.
and, as Mrs. Aj’er says, the frights she
received, and hairbreadth escapee from
Indians, and plunges down declivities
gave tier so many new sensations that
she wantc to spring some of them on
Other members of the party iuoltide,
besides Mr. and Mrs. Ayer, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles L. Hutchinson. Mr. and
Mrs. Martin A. Ryerson and Mr and
Mrs. Frank S. Johnson. They will vis
it the Pueblo Indian villages as tv:*!l
as the canyon, and Mr. Ryerson. who
is one of the directors of the Coliim*
bUn Museum, will keep his eyes open
for ra". mementoes cf the visit which
will figure luter in a souvenir collec
An Interesting Rn-agement.
An engagement of widespread Inter
est was announced yesterday—that of
Miss Emily Vanderbilt Sioane, second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William
i Douglas Sioane, of 642 Fifth avenue.
New York, and a granddaughter of the
late W. H. Vanderbilt, to John H.
Hammond, son of the late Gen. John
11. Hammond, who was chief of Gen.
Sherman's staff and afterwards com
manded a division under Gen. Thomas
during the Civil-Wat.* Miss Sloan.! is
at present with her parents at Elm
Court, Lenox, Mass, where the fain
(ily have spent the whole summer, She
is 0 most attractive girl, possessed of
much executive ability, and has been
identified with various charitable or
ganizations in New York and, elso
! where. No dote has yet. been set for
the marriage, but it is altogether !lk’-
ly it will la? celebrated in New York
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Mot* Utoan A*.«»(tottoi
Tk» Georgia l.'hrsn »*- r atiMt -II!
Ibe coaap’.lairated ky tk* History Ciia
Inf Atlaala with a rrcrptk-a Tksrrda*
| aft*rkrmo. St 4*' oYlork Tk* special
guept* of Ike afteraon* alt! be fa-a»-
bera of tke Kvery Matunlay Club. Ike
I Xiseterutk Ceatary Clak. tke Review
era, and the exteutive hnard of tar
I Woman's dab The reeeptloa wti* b
followed, la tke evealat. by a ■wktir
* mass meeting at the Library , where
| rpeerbea ua literary Interesta w*H be
| made by prominent cttlsen*.
Mr* A. R. Ilrldrlrb. of Mar.e.ta.
td-io. arbt- !e viaittag her altur. Mr*
C. !>. kri'r, wan rompllmem <1 t j
brr boslem with an rajoyable erakia
ol» party laat week. There were all or
eight table*. The first prlxe. .1 ailv**r
bat-brush, wa* won by Mr*. Ileidrlcb.
and the booby, a box of randy, was
wone by Mr. Louis Clinton. Delicious
refreshment* were **rr*d.
The engsgement Is announred of
Misa Margarel O’Connor to Mr. Ed
wnrd James Coatello, Ihe marriage to
occur the middle of November.
Verdery Music Club.
The first concert of the season, to
have been given by the Verdery C-ub
next Saturday, will be given. Instead.
00 Novonber the fifth.
Mrs. Toale la visiting relative* In
Mrs. C. H. Cohen lias gone to Ntw
York, for a few weeks' visit.
Mrs. Borrru is visiting her sun i«»-
law. M". Clark* Howell. In A’Uuia.
Mrs. Stannard Owens has returned
from n visit to her parents In Baunton.
Dr. end Mrs. VV. H. Harrison and
Mias Harrison have returned froft
Mrs. W. W. Montgomery, of Savan
nah. Is the giiPßl of Miss Anna Mont
gomery on the Hill.
Miu. J. S. Richardson, of Atlanta,
is expected- Saturday its the gueot of
Judge ond Mis-. Roney.
Miss Beth Duvall, of Brevard. N. C.
is the guest of her brother. Mr. Mo
reen Duval!, oil Center street.
Mrs. George Baker has returned to
Columbia otter a visit to her patents,
Dr. and Mrs. DeSaussurs Ford.
Mr. rod Mrs. William Martin, v,!m
have been summering at the home of
Miss Bettle Brown, on the Hill, have
returned to the city for the winter.
Chinese Sacred Lilies, Narcissus. Hy
acinths and other bulbs; now is the
lime to plant; ours are the kind for |
satisfaction »t lowest prices. The Hubs
The people of Paris eat over twenty
thousand horses and donkeys a year.
The different flesh sells f [ ' orn tUr< ‘ < ’
to twenty cents per pound.
B«*r»the KindYouHave.Alwajts Bought
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In the SJ>B(1» «>f Newport sad Bar H*r
l«r during lb* summer along with the
Astertdlis, Vandera and otber t't»Ud
Il coats t«* be look-d UP to *» * s«wtal
lion, even t.y ihe office boy. Hithefta a
darkened skin ha* been pntnfully and
ex|>e naively acquired, and In many ca
ses. l-y dim of great sacrifice. In times
past, 100 many poor people of vain so
cial ambition nod Inflated remitaitoa,
sought the pusssaslnn of a isn .uificient
- to give color to tales of tirllllant con*
! quests at fashionable summer reetau
ianls for ten month* of th# year. To
the Initiated It la now * cheap and
simple luxury This Is all due to a n--w,
preparation. It l» applied with a llltla
brush, llhe thai used for water colors.
Whit makes H popular among its ueera
lx the fact that after the deoired shade
I* obtained some month* are required to
wear II off
In response to a question a* to What
kind of people buy It. the drugglat who
sells it said:
I ’ Mostly shop gills and clerks, but we
haw all kind* of customers for It. Yes
terday I sold two bottles to a well
known society woman, although wo
brought it out only a little while ago.
Last month an actress who has so-n
her best days, but whose name was
lon every tongue a year or two ogo.ram*
in here and wanted to get something to
,’brown her up.' Khe said She wa* look
ins: for for thi# ran.
'but had been twice rejected by ih«
managers on the ground that she was
os white as It sheet. She said she could
not afford to go to the scashort. I d d
not have anything to suit her. bui told
her to call on me again in a day or
two. Meanwhile. 1 experimented a Ut
ile. and finally settled on this prepara
tion, The actress used it. got n fine
1 brown complexion and a good engage
ment Then she told her friend* about
It who in tuin told others-and It has
| proven to be an endless chain. Since
I then the place bus been overrun with
' customers for It. No. 1 shall not ad
veitlse it, for we arc making money
by k 'cplag it quiet and advertising
1 such u thing us would kill it."
It la u great thing to be able to thus
1 easily acquire a complexion that will
he t h e envy of all your friends when
l he.v return to the city In the fall, sun
! burned a little perhaps, but out of poc
ket a good deal. The whole secret of
It lies In the answer of one frank girl
who had been confiding to her friend
how she got her dark skin.
"Oh, you brazen faced thing, you,
said her listener.
It Isn't brass.” said the- frank one:
"it comes In a bottle and I got it for
30 cents in the ’Tenderloin.’ "
Wednesday. October 26
THE QUAINT COMEDIAN
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