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   Journal (Newspaper) - January 17, 1896, Gentry, Arkansas                                We Do All Kinds of lob Printing at the Lowest Prices for Good Work Adverting Rates Made Knownon Request f r Devoted to the Interests of Gen try and Benton County Subscrip tion Per Year In Advance H not Paid In Advance VOL II 17 NO 4 OATOJ BYPOVERTY AWFUL DEED OF A HUNGER STRICKEN of Kills Her Seven Clillilren Wilh li mill IliiutTH Hrlscl Hus iiniiil Iniler Trent Ior Hi Mrs Joseph llildjlirandl wile of a farmer liviiiosix miles siJnlhof thisoity ad rninisttieil poison to her cioht children yesterday forenoon and then hanyed herself toa rafler Seven of the children are dead and the other is not expected to live They ranne from 3 to 1 I years of aye The cause if the tragedy poverty Mr HiUlebrandt is sullerer from cancer and is now in a Kansas City hos pital it is supposed became despondent find possibly in sane because of her hushands inability to provide for tlTe The poison the death of iht clfrldrcn vvas with the meal Shortly after they finished breakfast all of the chil dren taken ill and hi a short time four Of itheui were The mother refused to after medical at and did arouse the Finally one of bors came in and the situation after help returned hefound three inoro of Tlie children dead andrthe mothermissinff A search was at once made which inthe barn where ahe by si jieek jleath had coiiifTto hersolTre timebefore her HiUlebrandt adose of poison at the same itfnc she oavu her children but it failed to cause her death It is oerieiallv believed that since lias been in Kansas Citythe family has for the necessities oMile It was almost des litutewhun he left AN IDEA House DlsrinscH an loiml Jan 15 Tlie house A TRIPLE LYNCHING Three Despcrinloes llting U Klioui or lury O Near soiilli of Fort Ilolnies miles southwest of this vigihinee committee composed of farmers and ed aiid hunothree desperadoes Toin FoUsy a man known asWild Horse and a halfbreed Choc tawnamed The niolilbefore of six of which these were members robbed store1 sanlteil his wife four horses ivas rAcn and a posse of farmers followed the nano all comincup with f hemat Crissy Cross ing In the fioht thatfollowed wouilded and one of the parly waskilled of the their escape but and two companions tiiok retno in a desertedlint from which i hoy were dislodged with dyni mite and liuno without or jury Hefole dyiiinKoley staled that two of the incii who escaped were I fob and Christian The vigilance com mittee is stilfin pnrsnit k DOOLlNARRESTED o the Noted 7 K tjiiiliirecl nt Jan of the noted Oklahoma outlaws Is eap turcd ytates Marshal received atelegram last evening from Deputy Marshal Who left hereTuesday nightfor lOureka Springs THE GO L D P O O L GIVES THE GHOST New lioiul to i in Spile of the e i Oi So They Hud f i mid Milken inillvldinil CONGRESSIONAL Jan I In Mr lluiinr Ken dilicnn Of I Mil llsollllioll iiilTiill ill nil Monroi Vnil mi inifiiiiidlv iici iov my yesterdayconsidered the project for an international bank wlmili was one the the IanAijierican conjjiess and was laipely the idea the hite I would be arc liliss and Charles ft York T Andrew Carue ffie I S il Armour and M lOstee of The bill puts the capital and authorizes tlie bank to act as ciiil ajrciilof any overnitfont state or muiueipaljty or to handle boiufk but Ijars it from issuing tvotes to circulate ls money in the United Stales e i ALLISON RE NOMINATED saiu Iho jiif for liiitei ritjtvs StMiiitor MoiXHs JoVva Th hiet yesLerdiiy afterntoou iiepresont ative Allen madechairman and Henatdr Kllis nominated Allison for States seiiiitor speaker referred to Mr Allisons line record and ntid especial the fact that lie is tr candidate for llie 10very allusion to Allison for presideivl was Creeled with freat applause by tlie members and visitors crowding the lobby ami galleries At the conclusion of the speeches Mr Allison received the risinovote of tlie caucus for the nom ination and the nominee Icy 1 land for SAN The Iexas ealtlemens eonvehtioiv adopted a resolution Ujipoiiiliuo a conimitlue to investioati the Chiciioo terminal f charge and those vanls its litlle us possilde if il was leariii thiit the charges made by the stock yards conmany fee H no ou this yfas very pronoiineed The lo Mexican cavtle which was spirited tended to shinv thal slockViien do not fear competition from mid Dinr llAVANA Jan of provisions risiuo1 very riipidty here iind the expense of livinois fully cent more than a month At thi rate thinos are ooino tiioiioh the Spanish authorities are still hope ful drivinoihe Jind Westward of Havana the city of Havana will soon lie ihn most pensive place in the world to live in is on all sides Crrv lames of Kansas City formally1 an noiineed liifnsell caii didato for jnvernoi Tlie announce ment came here in shape of a htlcr to a friend who it to the iress Several ot her announcements are ex peeled to tollov t Ifiillk Aciiuillfd lv la the Circuit court yesterday the jurv by ilirection of J liroaddns remiered a verdict of uuilty inthe ease of the Slate against CMiarles Hnrx late cashier of the Hank of Dawn charged with receiving deposits when the bank was in a failing condi tion for tireemvuy WiNMiKo Manitoba Jan At the polls ycsterday the electorsof Maiiilobadelared almost unuiiiiiiously against inlerferenee by the Dominion with her school laws ami was iii dorsed by u majority of about fourteen v A HanU iuilH Jan The City bunk one of bf this city suspeuied payment yesterday I morning an investiyutioii by tho State bank ex aminer la n Members of the Moveriunoiit ud in cifculiir letter from 1 tel casinothe in from ments furnisli tlieir pro rain of 000 in goldn ml ii second if their Jierefor in ionr ptucent Government bonds letterSvas t circular explaining how the syndi formed what actionWiis Lifkon oil ami why it is now Unsolved On the gan I was invited to lon for a conference there no for ii loan even nor nor therebeen sinco Ulent or request 1 should take Doulih at that place anil for iuthrieon the Ikst train with his re joicing inthemarslials dlliee and all overthe city GOMEZ ON THE1 RUN InsurKhMts TniceJUjpnlKeil in an on HAVANA Jan flower insurgents army under the persoVial conimand of ienerai Maximo was last at tacks upon the town ofliejuical the latter attack the of Spanish eoinmander ieueral moved upon the insiirjcents and opened lire upim their rear This unexpected dismayed the broke and lied now in hoi pursuit IJiutitutlon in Ninvfounilliinil ST Jan Jii A seiisaT tion wnscicated today bya statement ollicial organ of tho govern iuent tliat a Yamilies in Johns food fiielbr cloth and have nothing with which to face the rigors oEthe four It further sttitcs that unless Wtfiy are soon relievedthat many will perish Ontfjosts are also The city clerpy ave irrangiiig a meet ing a plan for relief will have sup plies as most of the unable to assist u lol Contiinpt of ST Tosian In division Xo 1 of the circuit yesterday morn ilig Judge Alris Mirie eoiiimitteit to jail for cQnleinpt of court couiriiitment aftirward until this morn ingonu legal Mrs Hooper is well connected and wealthy She was inteuvslcd in a fuel company which re cently failed After a receiver iid appointed she collected about SAm of the jinns money wliich she re fused lo turn over Slie declares that sjie will not produce the money and will likely go to jail Two lUori Iloldllps u Vlielps agent for this Kansas City Pit Is burg railroad at Rich ards was held up liglit 1liiS iniirning at the depot and of all the company money on hand Tim amount is not known The robbery was committed liy three maskejl men Irooks of the Iioneer INursiry company held up in olliee last nigiit and robbed of by TwVi hiaskvd men ST Jan key of1 shototin shells exploded in il shanty near the iity dunip on Fourth sl reel yes fa I ii liy liiirii inoJames Trent llie dumiikeepcr Thomas Hatcher his helper and a boy named James VI iller who the building il time of the explosion wrecked the shanty and threw I lie occupants into the open air Thi explosion was llie result of on the part of llie Miller boy A Tie oiijtlui TurllV Ulll Jan Senate linahce commit tee had a brief meetino wit li Jones of Ne vada absent for flu consideration of the revenue tari IV bill A vote was taken and t ie on t hi Senalor not paired aiul it became necessary to liavc his vote eilhei for yr the bill When he returns il is understood that it be reported either favorably or adversely depending1 upon hiv vote lmies at ireeii Jan business poi lion of six southwest of hero was by lire in hour this mornino lOvory store exccpl one was completely destroyed insurance cause of lire un known Itencdict Coiiipuuy Skills KANSAS IITV Jan jJenedict jiaper dealers at Nos 315 and Delaware street failed yesterday liabilities amounting to The assets iibout the same sum i lireak Out lt Aliiltu Jitnd Mo lii has broken out atiiowo Ihe horses Malla lleiid this coiiuty Anumber Jiave died of tlio disease aud the county have ordered others kiljed 11 roidinciiN or lo unv tlipil i till for Ami I In1 lo his tlo ol li i inlilii ii 1 i Ioiiiul finv I lolln Mr nsslnn liorniit iluiiila ilr for s riudo coin idi for boinl xr mil I i my steps prepanitory to a contract houever to the l I v n ihe President and seeHm vliiJ rotary of the treasury would al mil im dipirl poweraO their to restore CrVm its Lllll maintain tlif t Itooll thri i poweraO their to restor ind maintain the gold reserve that no would be taken until it as certained what Cqngress would do that the executive departmeiit prefer to secure of gold and that itwas certajn that no relief Lpon my appreciafcing tlifi gravity of thlj and in order that 1 litigM he prepared to act promptly 1 ascertain to wliat extent it would be i possilfle IQ secure tlie cooperation of capitalists in forming a synclicate agree to sell to the Inited States gov eminent of gold coin The eontiact prepared and signed by the participants did hot stipulate whether if n of Noil CjiriiitTiii i in Iavol of op till law Muil Mr 1 of Calirorliia naditsoiii luniiidiii tin jo us lo nuijoriU r hiiini HM cliiiiiiiin to ilnmini of llii pALFOUR ON lOiiKlniul Aiilnllled llie Doe trlno Seventy VtniK Aiyii nrflfoii firsI lord if rbe pcakilio nt Miiniliesler uiijhl iid the oovernmcnt had ieiii1 ily Ionciirred in Ihe Monroe doc trine seventy years a and he be lieved i f I hey were lo ransack10 LATE NEWS Alt rney Hlhiuis is after the rust Marylaiid liiivo n senaloriai deadlock Cherokee Hill been sentenced ty die HI Patricks day is hcirimiino to in inaniifaiaured hind from end to end search the I dociiments in the forenVn J r lsSllssmlt lon f lll ins in u i ion of is denied al 1 Ire io vifl otlice since then examine the minis and or even I it be imfiossiiile to Iind a siiifile 1 who ever de sired to see would called a fliward poiliey adoiiteil by Iriat iiin in either North or South America quently to the of M war bc I WLin lnui liniiod Slaves hut hi obliged to ndniit siirrowfiilly niiiny likely to such a as tin jixhiliUaUnjr of a iMitlc national stiiniiliTS iTo sihl Mr is dfstiMJHK in ii nd litiirililc poiiilmi 1 wifl niiviir Unit any Invjjiscotioii ol tin1 AiiiciicNin iiiition will iind idealists lint 1 line must some si a of ity more even than tin hpealviiifj jicople war is iinl tliat anyone the peaeiS will have committed a crime aoaiiist May no lOuylish man or lOuolish the iispoiisioility of thiit crime ujiiiiv their terday whcii Ihe death of nionthsold harlcs Deaii was A week Misr two small children aloiie iriii while she ran over 4lo a neioli I at IjJou her return she fnmid hud I iliiVijnri ili Irom her babe sealed it tTjtbn the 1 Ilii hot stove and lied The Mesh the purchase be by privatoen Ily oH H i hot stove and led The Mesh tract or i T V I he clutd was cooked to fbe bone Theonlv provision in additionto ilr Vl M had inarreled with one shonid U H V V t iM be witTOrawn irorn was Hill J V a 1 I n I nr lered the minimum amount of Jrneon I t tract should be maxi iionilly lo Mr ShrnnAh lilUlii not over in l Jor Isvo Idined it i1ii I n ilm i loiin of fo coast i icKinaiiy is about lo ii duty MI oleomaroarine jnd raw uroduets Illne Springs nnd alsoof Stiiittim biive been closed by the State examiner Couiity Treasurer 10 cif ivlwood is short and hasskipped ChjiVokies with strongobjections to the Dawcs Coinmission Republicans aro united on Senator for president pro temof Hie Sen ate Ohio sends Joseph loiaker to succeed alvin S llrtce in llnited Semilc Cleveirtml speiiiil this time on the now lias a ChrlatiaR Endeavor eooioty In the Btatp prison it Hunts llie A novel Christian Kndoavor society exists In tho insane asylum at emdcnco It la composed of tho All the ohurnh printing of Camp lell Park Prnabytorlnn church Chica go is tionoby tho Intermediate Chris In ii lOiuloavor society Christian Endeavor now illumines the and of the midnight sun The first so iotyvhr NorwaV formed few weeks npo In ChrlsUnnia wo Jimiorfi are circulating pledges amoiiK the mothers asking that nil thn eggs laid by the fowls on las bo Biven to them for missionary eollere ireshvterian Arfoiles prevent mixed at all thesehoois have been elosod the iiiee waris settled lohnny lirovvii affud 10 of hen house ift plications farexceeded iny At tlie end of three or four days the totnl of readied and 1 had full authority which wOAild eititlilo inc ho vvo vi r it ho li vu m t decide to act to secure thatamount of criild for in cvehaiiire for KnitedStates bonds Llie forma of the 1 entered into negotia tions in ICurope and in than London wherethe was closed tons ajid tliroiiyh the Deutsche banlj and Moiran Ihirjes Co Xeootiiitions practically concluded public subscriptions iiv llermaiiy Franco and Holland which would have resulted in a lurtfe aihount of bpnds placed in those coun tries On thiit tlje tension was jfrowiny daily ijiid had become sjerious I tho president calling attention to the situation ami that the most Important step wiis the re t Son by IN WOKTll lan h1 Coal Company lias yaiiHMp his Winiiloo and ile cornpally has bicn voidd 1 o io si Vny L ton for mine rim Knoltirly bu t iioiv price lixed repliinisUingthe stock of trold De tails of what was proposed nere iveii ind assurances offered tluit the niniost be to prneine for treasury 1 Olid ounces of Thi reiisoh iven for tin1 ilisso hition of the syndicate isthatthe eon tract called for a liid of all or and therefore Mr Moroah un uilliijo to inaliea liidhinler ent as he inifiht see todesire the secretary of the treasury to throw out smaller bids made in oood faith under call The only Mo roans judo inenl which would justify snub a course would be the failure of the lorespond to the of the The i feel per iMojisIrt iiuil lo ii for nilliiv I willy til 1 in1 an tiouv iif Cohrinliiii ooin iiiu tool up tin liilt tie ici nf ilehiile on I Im liilt Ihi Sione of of liliiineil Mr iralf of Illinois Ule muMfilHiiirt sions for liiui1 until ill 1iand Jiail I n piji es conrt an I of of provrel their de in11 lei icy on Mirir daily He lhil x lo llie lioitifMlvaMU in ih Mr linlliiol Sorlli Caroiiiri l iu Ill narly of ilm oul an ex tiiided uvii pi inion dis iiiininatioiiH Mr to a bill ini u lo dm of tieiimal hid Mr liiihi vigorous opiiosilion lliit of Ken heinjr over thn lli ilniii r Tlie hill wn Jlr a ihihiraloiy of Ihe of 110 nal ion d ami lor tin imn Ilii ilviilinllioii ill I hir Tin li fecllv sat isiied Hint is ones as to Ihe o lire Frank J Cannqn and ArlhurHrowu arctlie caucus iiimiinecs for seiiiilors from Flynii of oitliihouia carried his free homes billsuecessfiillv through llu public lands yoiiiniittuc of the House Senator Culhmr says the United re lief i n lo iu rthtyagainst llie portes wishes The whisky trust is about to ship of to Marseilles able to compete with iernuijiy the low price of corn All the ieiidinolOiiolish papers now to si v olV si1 seylcnient of The name of 1eter who kiilud himself wie and at a ton for screened li ve in Clfiniioo was Jens coal H is siid tliat itnd he was a swindleranil mine run is to froiir ninct y cents screened coaL Thlv operators say compete pi Uoston Fruit Companys steamer oporalflrs say theyCannot compete with llie lislikno with mines the scliobiver I lioliand lioht prices The cut is nol likely and the latter went down with nine to i nimers her crew are blue Kliliuipeil Her er n MSrlilo Jan Kctcher and Kiln Iendleton uere nuirritd in this city yesterdiiy without the knowl or consent of llie brides inother Aflerllii jcrcmony the bride repaired lo the of a relative The mother Of fluv iiiil tlie whereabouts of Hiniolfi and found her and Ihcn yanked her own home and tied to the bedsleiipaiiii refused to oive her up to tne disconsolateInideoriiom to fol low IJoth parlies lo thewed d are of iioe In Milof Hie tare Xiw Sniiu liru Ttiu volksrand of Transvaal iiis until May I to lot mailers iool down jefore v hundred Ieiuled the fourUr annual session of Live Stock association Antonio Ilesident 1ryor slated that the Texas cattle Was head A Denver iand jury has indicted OJuitCleric AJatt Adaiiw a K eoun ty Adains Anier 1erry is in boiid Stealinfr The death sentence of Joseph Don nelly of Audiinn M issoviri was commuted lolifty yearsin Ihe peiii The sioiune fiank near Ihe 1rcss froiii says lour peCsoiis are lie been received liy leaders veil lohave been ami two ill tlie heudiinarlers of tin cities ftn tendiiiofor thi national nf 111 of the syndicate ahl could be thatiiie of the loan iililher lhan this In declined lo run stjile liuuesoii Will lie Tried in Jail nnal ajrree mcnt U iind Sir Hercules Kohmson of Cape Colony reoardin the disposal o prisoners captured as i result of Dr lamcsons raid into the Transvaal convention tiijit lirover Cleveland is nol lo hea candidate for term This intimation was obtained Uy those wno found tininselves embarrassiid in making iis to respective idvantaoes ot the West and lOast Ior eon vent ioii0pu rposes llunVklens AViilN Youii Jan livelyiys ibinl Irofii i to Die ollici of Ihe Childrens society yesterday to oo lo distant homes found for them inthe Smith and They into nearly parts whose desti Carnet ill llie Vi a 1 inion o policy wascompletedyeslerday Or Jame son and liis ollicers wili lc tried in t or ii o Nineleeii lor Hi tlih in Ulli Illo lioii ot iiiiui M l a d a nt ioi dial nil MO vein in IM oiiii iiliin sliolild in eitiir silyer Ihe rel of IH Illtien lip liy Mr ol ill a drouned Ihe left j l iir d iMie liiuhiue October for has Wa n been lowei o a place of v DOVIOK Jan in The steamship sunk in eol with the Herman ship Ncreiis durintin last eveii iuy and of her were FOUT Jan lust ten days tweni re cruits for the Cuban army have left Ibis city for Ualveston 1ioiu which poiui they will embark for tne Cuban Coast Knst 11 AUKISON Jan lli V a banker at Lyiine assigned yesterday assets and liabilities are unkwown Auolhur NulirasScii IUllnri WAiNKiA Jan lij The Hank of S C easii ier failed lo open its doors ycsterday morniu The failure is complialion with the of St rat ion whieh failed last The asSLlsare said to be liabili ties M JINKS f Tho iJeniaerutie juiut caucus nomiiijftcil ijabb for Uijited istutes suuutor Tierce 1 ii Ill N Jim huoe ware house of S S Jewell t stove mumifactnrers al Ihe corner of Mis sissippi and 1erry slreels wjts totally dcslroyed by lirelast Uifiht The loss is HiiuDclf Jan Jacob tjliafer an ininalu uf the Topeka in saneasylum cominitteit suicide by le made a rope of the thect bed and ofiha window in View of a score of people He ivaj dead when rescued Alujur Iliidsuu Jan Supremo court forenoon handed down an opinion in Ihii SnowHudson State piinlorsfyip coutcbt Hie ollice to J K Ihe Republican lietir these the fa into uhieh will be re llillrUon Ued vThfi uient oiveii mil by n close friend of eiiera I Harrisonthat it was true t lie was to marry Mrs Ilimmock but wonhlinVl lake phice bcfiire Lent and that a fn were injured Ieter llouoaard tnrned on iill the fras jets in his inothe of his wife bis five chil hiinself In the of llrlieslrow there is stronoreason for believino thiit Xaehrit would lie saf islitid i life sentence 11 ITitty of Kansas lulled himself his wifes death was llie cause II believed that the Island of Hawaii intends to seccihs iind set up its own oovernnient Solly Joel one of the Keiorm Com uiHlci by i CHRISTIAN ENDEAVbR of liariicy IMiniilo of the Ilie Jiipamse Jeoation has received noeniifirinalion report thai the IoiVun is alive but does not its truth Out of M ujijiliciitions for divorce ut Wichita Ill were denied Fire in the Swimlel storage house in IJaltimore destroyed worth of property Irof I iiirncr who has for some lime been in Africa writes to sou in this country that he has proved be yond a that monkeys Treasurer fiollin of Oniahn Wynak u at the of j llus y11 jail of a was in his yard last wheii hhrtaou wis Released on blind made before t hat lime An TiiKUi Jan from which he eanuol survive The a man walked iipand iivd Tivo loads Js say pay the of at lliin tcarinp off one nrin and other wounds Foair hundred neoroes will sail for Liberia in u few days from Savannah KxCuunty Lynch of Ilatl county Nebraska ii short on liis cash Oklahoma now wants delegates instead of two in the national polilical Till It was slated today tjiat the ii of ij utter lee A lealher dealers failure wasannounced Satur day will reach can be learned of tlie Ail KiiKllsti IJiirl Ueail Ajjed TO Jan llejjmald NViiulsor Sackville seventh de la VVarr is dead lie was born iu littul SllW I1I111 Jan The boiler of a porlable saw mill belouyr to Fred Uabner ten miles south west of here exploded evcnino inslanl ly killinotwo of and badly injuring the Diittli o W Slooiiy KAXSAB CITV Jan L a prominent stockman aud farmer near Jurducr AllSainls hospital yesterday in was the brother of tlie celebrated conventions Mr of New York proposes to abolish memorial services by Saving bank of iardner has brought suit in the federal court at Topeka uyaiiist Jevvel county for the collection of three boiids Trustee llubbs of Troy townslrip 1erry is sliort lias skipped Tluit Inuthuib named fatally hurt by a dynamite ex plosion at 1liiladelphia it Lynn Minfon editor Anuu is dead He was struck on the head chair by his foreman iiolton and ICd Hull em ployed in the Telluride Colo stamp mill xwxre robbed by biy h wayinen aud Uolton was miirdered ItuuU robbers at lialdvvin blew open the Stale bank with uitro olyeeriue but were frightoiied awdy witliaut siicuiing f ThlrtyfloXon rnnmborS of the Llan Endeavorsociety in the Texas itatc prisonnave aslccd to bo enrolled as links of tho Worlds Christian En leavor Prayer Chain Some Colorado Kndcavorprs have or anlzod a Washington 9f chib to each member contrlbtitds five dollara monthly toward his convention expcMS next July On to Washington m evangelistic Betvices that resulted In tniuiy conversions and a re vival were held in the little town of during the recent comity convention Good to the extent of o pieces in the shape of papers maftazinos and bopks was distributed lust ynsir by the Chicago Good Litera ture Exchange box 1013 Chicago bhTlHTTan ninety members exists among th6 sol diors at Fort San An Texas Out of it have come a BdiiuayHchtiol and a midweek gospel meeting Many conversions have also been olTdcteii The missionary spirit so marked nhiong Christian Endeavorers In Amer pecullar to this land Atthe recent convention of tlio New South Wales Union twelve delegates offered themsojves for service In the forelga How is this for an expression ot fcliowahlp cphycn the New SouthWales Christinii Endeavor Union greetings were re celvod from tho United in America from Texas Iowa In all the Australian colonies July 313 will be the dates of next Convention at Waahtngtoii Probably ono of the first resolutions thatwiirbo Introduced Into the now congress one grant ing theuse of the Wlilte House lot and tho monument at for the Christian Endeavor Tho name of tho Christian Endeavor Societyin Germanyhas been changed from Jugund Verein rohungen Young Peoples Assoclatlou for Christian Activity to Jugend Bund far Young Peoples Society for Decisive This was done thomonogram C might be pre served There la no foreign that PERSONAL Thellojman emiieror Is about to take to bicycling and a track for htsrprlvate HBO is being laid down at Potsdam The Prince of Wales receives dally on an average between flwj hundred and six hundred letters two of which are begging letters It la aald that whether at home or abroad the Prince of to glance through a copy of tho London Timesi each morning Kev John Watson Ian Maclaren haa been engaged for a tour inthe United Slates and Canada for the season of 1S9G7 beginning in October The Sultan of Lahore is acording to an Italian papor abb nt to visit Paris bringing with him a bicycle of pure goltl set with previous stones Cortaii Doyle is anextremely sys tematic man and pastes over his mantel piece a table yrlhe principal things intends to accomplish each half year Miss Anna Gordon assistant sacre the C T has been made Amoric u secretary of tints Mowbray House Cycling association the leading womens club for cycling purposes In London Fanny 3 Crosby the hymn writer esteems her special bless ing as It led her more than else io hymn writing She over three thousand FOR WOMEN Wash die face morning and evening in warm water Follow the morning ablution by dashing cold water over it Use soap at night If the hands chap wash them In warm water at night partially dry them rub cold cream well tkin and doa a pair of kid gloves Thorough drying islialt tjfe pretty hands In cold weather when the slightest dampness will cause hands to chap they should be rubbed with almctul meal after dryingJ3SW towel To keep the skin soft rub Jt fre quently with oold cream To free frpw wrinkles massage it To keep it clear in colj plenty of exercise and eat easily digested food The nails should be la soapy water every thiee days and the cuticle Is loosened it pressed back and trimmedwlth of scissors The nagysifli cut on the sides filed pollfahed slightly with powder again dried polished chamois rubber   

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