The Cincinnati Enquirer from Cincinnati, Ohio on July 17, 1910 · Page 37
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'IV. BEE Glorld of Sport. facts and fiction. flornen's Clubs. SECTION THREE EIGHT PAGES. sinday mokning; july 17, 1910. SECTION THREE EIGHT PAGES. HIDDEN- SADDEST GIRL IN RUSSIA. JIU-JITSU the Hayloft, agCirlSaw Her Three Companions Killed Militant Work Of Suffragettes Practiced M British Women. -1 T1J.K Ci:CIHMATI EMJUI closing t&iit. t&fflw 1 ; J835Z 1 For IS . i ' -""""O V 1 M j3 1) 4 1- il'i. s. Ti "Aid Avaricious Farmer, lent on Robbery. Jl anil Jumptul on Mar let-Bound Cart, I Driver of Which Protected 1 5tr and Shot the Assas- Ir-Tracedy Stirs All Russia. ---.4V f lloVl Mrs. JT"J i.?! r M' II 1? --"J'' - i f Vw. Ir II- 'Ml I Vr v. 1 22q . .. T : .-- y. UrritM All i 3i ifitiSC"4 " 4 - L . i . j :,T... s.,.MrslKlrl VV l ! . i ,1,, she has I ; ' ' fj -AV d-.V, . i !v.V M...!- a profound t W f -3 i . k.-m.i to the .s.Ty V- . v Vl"- yrtw.j i. v:naof hp- &cj .. ; Lively!: ,.. -:rls. They &$VV J- " ' " . 1 I .: , :.-r!ii:nod ! Tp 9 j, 7 . V,s-:, K.iUn-h. "t3 P ni- f m k.r.'ily, and - ( K aj,u. -I-.. , navl tt. Olg ....urPeff. who saw her three girl friends murdered and narrowly escaped "' with her own life. I I .!'4k.t.' t at.- .- ;ne cup- . -. 1 ii . to ' rilLbuA (!: 1 .'. r.' t- t : i s f par- ' aV:.: : : l"ft t!..- t.irraor ' tfikr:::V:;v";:,;iln;,au or Votaries of Liberty!-;- :.a 1 n. y ar. ofTort riLil' .'1, ::. T:.ey wer? m Mi''::,');:, ar.'l. I it'll io. it' J i ij,;. ; ... a."!., y. and then l-iVJjTn t'ii:'..-r iu; hay. This I Garrud Organizes Athletic Society. (ve Feet High, But Is a "Stunner," Having! Thrown a Big London Policeman. Who Weighs Pounds Weekly Cable Letter. ;. air-; .i t:s. ir sul" (.uuchea of 1 '1 1om4 at Midnight. Ii.t a.r. l.t t..-y wrrt- arouped .-ii-rVi..; t!. k-v ir. tl..- ln,-k. and. """eM. A h ap- it-I a 1..m: Cau-"lu'.' s h- or'ifred ii' ..t ir luuncy. .n:,.-.l ,it tl.eir i.-ar. .-t li;m, and a.-t, laortal- .zr" hr two .i.'-ki!i iil.s i 1 ;(.. moru-y il was in .he had have wi:n hr c if he i'L. :-r;t.: 'wi';r:. fiM T:.i':i .... ( .' -1 !!,.. -fe-i) "'..:! r.ol !: Sia-'i r. .Is. '1 l'- '-'Mi : - :.)ie..t ' " 'ij U 1 !, " I rave hut it', 'I !: ai h. : hs.i.n pla.-e :! r ... c, ,,fi. ran IMd ,,, j a W. 'l.'ir i .,; the road '"!!' .- ii ane had il ' "'. tf - k a , art slo ly V:i': at .h, . it, ;i; trr"r she! "'r ' ''y '' '';' ..tu a ' -I'?''' ' ": ' ' K ,v'' " a ; I-" iM.:.:t.( fill wont J"' 1 S,aQ Horse's Hoofs. Will Be the World's Religious Congress in Berlin. Leading American Educators and Pulpit-Orators Are Among the Delegates To the Gathering That Will Show a Phenomenal Progress. -I n: s v, as henrd n ui , ' ' ' ast of me i ""':h' t'l st.j.i, '.t'1',"W"-" 0f in ., f r away aft-r !.'-ii'-i;'1'' fri"" Vu"i,y' ",,y u. ,:' ' i-'f-'lH him-1'"' r ttircat- " .:"."!,i"T1 'M CM t ' '-'N r-"S from V::::'r ',,,",hroe t--.i!:jHd! ;1-.--.'fo, :irk V " I-fant. ' ....(, i, ' r'"'' and Y"" 4" tl "1'1' I over t;r -1 ,. i, ..' '"r day, h,.r ,fe "U ;1 af 'I shok irEC'IAL CABLE TO THE ENQUIRE. Copyright, 1910. by W.'r. Heant. Berlin, July 17. One of the greatest re' llRious gatherings ever held in Germany will be the fifth World's Congress of Religious Liberals, which will convene m this city August 0 and continue its sessions for four' days. Delegates representing almost every known religious denomination, und hailing from every civilized country on tha globe, will be present, and the speakers w'll include the most prominent religious educators and pulpit orators in the world. The attendance will reach far into the thousands, and so many "different nationalities will be represented that three languagesGerman, French and English have been adopted as the official .amiirisea 'f the congress in order to facilitate a wijrr understanding of the papers read by the delegates. The American delegation !s " cs.jjria.Uy large, having occupied the entire cabin space of the'Devonlan. of the Leyland I.ine, which sailed from Boston July 13. They will visit both England and Holland before they reach Germany.- Among 'he prominent Americans who will attend the congress are Prof. Francis G. P;a! ir, of Harvard University; Dr. David Starr Jordan, of the University of California; Kev. Samuel A. Eliot, D. D., of Boston; Rev. 'harlcs W. Wendte. of Boston; Etaobi Eiu'l G. Hlrsch, of Chicago. r Only Ten Tears Old. Although this organization is but 10 years old. Its growth has been nothing short of phenomenal. It had Its Inception in Bostdn 10 years ago. havlng; been originated by Rev. 8. A. Eliotj, President of 'lie American Unitarian Association, ' which .'as ool.'.ing its seventy-fifth: anniversary in the Hub" City at that time, and lit now represents W different nationalities and over o. district church fellowships. : The articles of the congress are few In number. Its purpose is declared to be "to open communication with those in all lands who are striving to unite pure religion and perfect liberty, knd to increase fellowship and co-operation, among them." Four congresses have been held thus far In , London. Amsterdam.! Geneva and Boston and all have been largely attended. The last one was held! In Boston In the autumn of 1907. and was called "The International Congress of Religious Liberals." each cotmtry-'-eiitertaliirng" thai. oofeKres. having the privilege of selecting a. name. !- Tint Program Planned. The coming congress in Berlin, however, premises in the bnllliancy of its personnel and scope of It4 program to eclipse all previous, meetings ! It will be called jthe "World.'s Congress of Free Christianity und Religious Progress." and will be presided over by Hon. Karl Schrader, memkerj of the German Parliament and President of the German Protestant Association. . 1 Among the prominent speakers who will address the congress are Rev. R. J. Campbell, D. D., of the City Temple. London; Prof. DrAVan Soden, of the Cniversty of Berlin; Rev. Dr. Max Fischer, pastor of the St. Mark's Churcli, Berlin; Prof. Martin ALL THAT IS LEFT i '! ' i I Of our great Springy Stock has been greatly reduced in price tc hurry the selling and to make the July days the biggest and busiest days of the entire year. Note the amazing values' this great event offers. F During July and August Our Store Will ("lose at S O'clock Every Evening, Except Saturday J aa Usual, 10 O'Clock. I m nn cash. iuy ii in MAKE UP A LIST Of all the Furniture and Carpets you will need this Fall, bring it to May-Stern's this week and make your selections now while these extraordinary savings are to be had. Goods selected now will be laid aside and delivered at such time as they may .be desired by you. AN YTHING IX THIS SALE 13 OFFERED TO YOU UPON' OUR USUAL. EASY AND LIBERAL TERMS. Vernis Martin Bed Rade, of Marburg rE, SPECTACLE .attrition'., .v. . .. . me o:riking 1 'n in Pari. 1 ' 1.-T., .. I1 .., Ii'"1 '::.-' no- - ' ,rfc 'Tie l.iiv,- for tl'..- lud-wear, 'ti.. n -ti,.. - Uiey '!- Ville ' Tl,..y ' i ti.,,, .. . " j".imn:y who "i vith ta- oh. tV.'i.. ".! tall Mm r,"mn:v '" 'P of 1.. . Htl...:"":MtM h.-m.l .-"-rrort.., """Mmi.- u Starr Jordan. President of the of ' California; Dr. Swart hmore College! .University; Dr. David University Jesse , A. Holmes, of C. S.' A.t Prof. B. W. Bacon, of Yale, U. 3. A.; Rev. Thomas R. Blleer. of New York, and Rev. Dr. F. W. Perk-ins, of Lynn, Mass. . j COME TO CINCINNATI ! ,. -. Ye Britons, and See How Far Behind i I the Times You Are! rECUL CABLE. TO THE E)1 IRES j '.. J London, July 18. As an encouragement of thrift the British postofflee Is adopting a new Idea In cifpneciion with Its 8avingj Bank Department:''. At the same time the new idea will mean a I saving: of expense in the department, where each transaction costs an average sum bf 10 cents. - The post office will j lend i to those who wish to save small ums a metal box, which will be unbreakable and inviolable that Is, the money cannot be abstracted except by the proper channel, of which the postofflee authorities win keep the key.; As soon as the box is filled it can be taken to the nearest postoflace, , where the officials will open it. take! out the money and credit the depositor with' the, amount of Us contents. " .- j , , : i i A JIU-JITSU SUFFRAGETTE. and Lnl- Kcs f. Ii... fr. .. ' rj wuvni.'.i; 0 il4"- -r m,, ' "n raT '; h . "ntatn Wa-in p. "''"x tele-fottta il '"'ther for "utim mi- """nunicat. ac was Vest I" T" ft . M r,yww I r la I III 11 1 Kim I SM ' ' ""' ' j Lit, L A. t 1 1 1 4 mm .m, r ' 4',t 'i V''''f O - 9lal Mrs. Garrud. an English suffragette, has started a 1uit-Htsu Behool for advocates of women's rights, so that they deal, with-Interrupters,' police or j stewards who try to eject them 'from meetings. . Though a little -woman she has thrown a man six times over her head, but in the picture her tussle with a Constable shows mutual discomfiture. ...: , , , - .11 . . I .... .' -..; - ,' ..:,' '.''- ' ' ' ? ' - , . - 'v ' '. : --' By Martin Sinclair. FECIAL CJLBL4 TO TEE ESQ! ISES. n-opyrignt, ltlO. t.y Wiener Agency. Limited. All Mights Keservad J imuon, juiy it. noooay now expects a senerai election in England before next summer. The' end of the party conferences on the Lortis- veto is not yet in sight, and the House hises early in August, to stay away from Work till November. The coronation will take place in May of next yeajr. Up to then official politics will Just sa along, without any of that v!m and go Hhat was looked for when the last electloni left the Irish Nationalists masters of khe situation. Political wiseacres, howeter, predict a settlement will result from I the prolonged party conferences, so thej time will not be barren. Outside the House there is activity enough in prospect For, one thing, the Suffragettes are getting their anger and their muscle up for' renewed militant tactics. In connection with the Women's Freedom Leakue, Mrs. Garrud. a slender, but powerful member of the women's rights moverrjent, has started a Women's Athletic Society, to teach suffragettes the art of jltu Jltsij. Mrs. Garrudj is not more than five feet high, but she fias thrown a London police man standing! six feet In his socks and weighing 230 pounds. "He was a nice man and didn't mind a bit." she said afterward. Bu there ate others who .view the Irruption of Jlu Jilsu girls at political meet ing with -serenity -TImt rprp.i pe-as or violence fa more distasteior than anything yet experienced. , - "After we htve had our society in full swing for a few months," says Miss Kelly, a colleague of Mrs. Oarrud, "I believe we will teach male! rowdies who try to bother us a lesson. I have already ejected one or two disturbers! of our meetings with a speed and dispatch that has surprised their lumbering masculine minds." The complete bourse of exercise, with all the tricks, trip and leg locks, can be taught in 3(1 Ieatons., After that civility la best in discussing politics with the expert. 1 One of the heaviest tasks in the world awaits Sir Charles Hardinge, the new Vice roy of India. He krlfl have to try to recon cile East and Wst a problem often de clared to be impossible under gravely complicated conditions. To begin with, Ithere Is the developing spirit Of awakened Asia to be reckoned with, aggravated bpr a whole series of local grievances. Sentiment enters largely Into the temperament bf the Indian, yet the British officials pJrsist In wounding his pride and unconsciously stimulating his de sire for revenge. IBut for the division among the native Maharajahs there would have been bloodshed out of that long ago. Then nothing effective baa been done to prevent the application of torture to prls oners by the na police. There was I Police Commission in India six years ago. and the . report admitted that the offenses committed by the police were appalling In number and grave iti character, but since then torture has corrie to be considered In' evitable by the authorities. They have spent: $5,000,000 in improving the pay of the ordinary police, but k en now Constables nAlu vamIv fXI tn fill rent m.;. while police chiefs rake 1nthe handsome salary of a dollar a week! So to bring themselves to the front they engineer plots and extort confessions by methods' of unabashed cru elty. I To add to the trouble there are hundreds of young Indians, trained In England. hn activities are being restricted by the I army of red-tspe officials fastened on India by the Imperial Government, iney are ac-uawIah o-4 in be cultured, clever, thor- ough'v competent menj but they are nevertheless held on one sidelthat British bureau crats may thrive. . To these men the neWs has gone that race differences, all along (sharply marked In India, are developing In England, where hitherto greater equality has been allowed to Indian students. IE there Is one. point on which the Indian issenltlve more than another It Is on the fcolor question. He hates to be called a "black man." The late Lord Salisbury once so '.desert bed a Parsee, Dabhabhai Naorojl. wh$ was Liberal member for a London division In the Bouse of Commons. The suggested slur made a big outcry at- the time. but It passed when Sir Mancherjee Bhownagree came snto the same arena as Conservative member for another East End district! - The latest recruit to British Journalism Is Lord Roberts, the veteran Field Marshal, who commanded the British forces In the South African War. He is editor-ln-chlef and special correspondent of the Rlnleman, the monthly organ of tje Miniature Rifle Shooting Association, li which he takes keen Interest.' I ' . The first issue carries i long- article from his pen and the list of prospective articles shows tnat ne nas ropea an an nis miuiary and civilian friends for! future contributions. Rudyard 1 Kipling. Owen . Seaman, editor of Punch, and a host of others are Included. '--- " J - Lord Roberts Is 78 years old. but there Is no "tob-old-at-forti" spirit about nun. He writes letters by Jhe score, tnterviows a host of callers every day and nils In the spare time with reorganizing the business Mo of the concern. There Is to be no dry technicality about his Journalism, he de clares. -Everything. IS tot slxxlicx with Interest Heavy two-Inch continuous posts heavy fillers all gold finished in vernis nxariin i erred a lis value for $9.75 $2 48 $2.48 Center Table Made of solid oak 2ixI4-lnch top fancy turned legs highly polished a mm 11.50 value in U 4 " this sale JJ Library Table jmed or Ei with maga: $9.75 Another rfeat lot of these handsome Japanese Matting Rugs win go n sale to-morrow! j i ney are run dxiz-tooi sLze in a variety or pleasing patterns and colorings Just the thing to cover the floors during the sum mer months and equally appropriate all (the year around. A Ions; asthls lot lasts we ofTer them I at me lowest price ever named,- T Mission ttvle fumed or Early English finish with magazine shelf below (15 value for ...... Parlor Suites $29.75 Roval Leather Parlor Suites Frames aie In rich, deep mahogany; highly polished and ornamented; 140 value Leather Couches Genuine i Leather Couches largn sise solid oak frames ruffled front 1 8 value for . ! i,v irLrKsvr rvwvn -w c Refrigerators $4.75 High-grade Sanitary Refrigerator sine and white enamel lined.- all sixes as low - Desk and Chair Chair of hat Isslon design finish woi $4.95 Ladles' Desk and Chair of hardwood strict It mission design-. Early Ensllsh finish worftt s i v.uu DOta pieces for Room Rugs ?et wide. : m y r n a -and conve $7.65 These are full t feet wide. 11 feet long genuine K m y r n a good range or oriental and convention al designs actual SIS. 00 value Hearth Rugs 97c Smvma Hearth Rugs 27 Inches long variety of handsome pat terns il value In thla aUe I Kitchen Cabinets Made of hardwood. In golden oak nnlsh are large and roomy well- We Offer These Japanese Mattin? Rnzs in Smaller Sizes as Follows: $19.75 Size 9x9, $1.85. Size 6x9, $1.35. Size 3x6, 29c. S'?" $6.85 $6.50 Extens-mi Talks, $3.50 $20 Oak Sideboards, $14.75 $17i0 Oak Dresstrs. $11.75 $13.50 Chiffoniers, . .$7.50 OnMon nW inlih-4 2-1 neh highly not H Ished too five letrs extends s-O Cfi five feet S 6. 50 value special . S11.S0 Extension Tables TJl !1S Of Extension Tables f.eo !. ' Extension Tables; S13.TS Kxtenaton. Tables $1SJI 2 uu txtwidait. Tables. .t3a Attractive design 42-lnrh ton 14x22 Inch mlrrer sweU top drawers nicely vi.i:f:.,., $14.75 SIS. 00 Sideboard ..!.T3 Stt.00 OaK Sideboard r. -im-'f-ri - S22.00 OaH Sideboard ..ti, .W.eo IJ&.04 Oe; Sideboard Handsome Dresser of solid oak. In rich golden finish 42-ln. base 18x! In. mirror nlcelv carved three (11 7r large drawers $ 17.60 value. . $ 1 1. 1 O J100 Princess Dressers.--; SlSJia S2S.00 Prlnress'DreESerm SISJve S.15.00 MahogalrrPesi. S 4 0.00 MMiioKany Dressers Well-made Chiffoniers good sise la golden oak finish five large drawers vry roomy worth j"7 CA S1J.50 fi.3U SU OO ChlfTonlers t!l.ft0 Cbtfronlers Sle t1.M;hlnoaleca . ,iTM SJzj.00 Chiaonk-rs Il A Woriderful Ofter U vvsT Frame of solid oak with broad a ms H ' I'iMllll and richly carved front made In DM Il7'5ea English wing design upholstered in itiJViA Roval leather broad, comfortable m and elegant In appearance a re- I markable value at the price! Don't .1 miss It. i- C1 All Gas' Ranges at Reduced Prices. This Large Four-Burner Gas Ran 8B.U3 .75 TERMS 00c A WEEK. be popular and Has large oven, burner and broiler. Our 'assortment of G a Ranges Includes the beat, such as Good Will, Monitor, Rapid Meal, Saturn an! other celebrated makes. WE COXXECT ALL GAS RAXGES FREE. Actual $15 Value $4.75 50c Weekly English Folding Complete' With Satin Like rut built on the English model with satin parasol polished wood sides upholstered In Imitation leather w i t h braced wheels, heavy rubber tires and steel gear light, strong, durable and folds LK com- pact I y a SIS Go-Cart . for $4 .75 Co-drt fW" May-Stern's pay the freight within a radius of 100 miles from . Cincinnati, j ILrVRCEST COMPLETE HOME FURNISHERS IK THE WO PT.n gCC 0R:.5 IStlELMsTr Oat-of-Town Folks Write for FYe Catalogue- Vou ran have ail the Credit jou want, no matter wl 70a lire. CTw I II A II 1 LJ mmmWmmmmmWmWSWSmm9mWSmmmUUmWm9mammmtk MUSTACHES Must Be Cultivated In the - British Amy, By Special Order Issued at'Aldershot srSCIAA. CASLE TO TBS SSQUTESS, London, July 10. Mustaches are consld- i ered so important in the British army that , t a special' order has .been issued at Alicr- Shot drawing attention to the regulations on hirsute -adornment. ' j' ' '.-;"' ' It seems that certain young officers, espe- i - - i - ... dally, m the. cavalry; have been using the razor on the upper1 Bp, following the pre-yailing fashion ef clean-sbaVen faces. h.''trln.'. vMMl.llnfiB" .YnmulT 'fh. ' , , M.h .oidler-s face ! ration-. A- learned Judge says that the ong define the st,le in which the soldiers face of a native bird lfke the nightingale was a PET NIGHTINGALE .-2lL That Disturbs the Slumber of Neigh-, bora Is Not Nuisance, High . Court Decides.: rSClAX CASTS TO TSB B30QUIBJEB, Vienna,-July 1ft, The hlgbaet Court of Appeal in the Austrian Empire - after months of litigation j has decided that the ong of a nightingale; ' not a nuisance. : A citixen of Orata, (Heir HetnseL keeps a nightingale In a cage, and on . fine .nights hangs it outside thej window. A neighbor complained to the' police authorities . that the bird's song disturbed bis slumbers and the municipality ordered the owner of the nightingale. to keep It inside the house at night.- .. . j . .. .:. - '. Undismayed by the) costs incurred- Herr neinset appealed to the Cosrt of Adminls- HOME RULE Is Inevitable, Declares Lord Grey, After Long Years of Experience in Canada. EXTRADITION Of Charlton Should Become Effective Under, the International Treaty. High Jurist Asserts. may or mar not be adorned tonsoiially, 'The upper Sp is not to be shaved, and the chin and under Hp! are' to be shaved. Whiskers, If worn. are to be ' of moderate length.".' . ,Thls order' dates tack 50 years, and no officer bnt a few. retired Generals now wear whiskers. The majority of officers conform to the regulations as to mnstachea." but It has become the' fashion in the- cavalry to so barefaced. ' Hence the order. - - . . i- . v : - ' - '-:-.' V natural sound which nobody had. a -right to oDject to, ... MINISTEES FOB, CANADA.- - SSSCtAXCASlS TO TBS BMOvnUHL. . . - - i . London. July 10. Recruiting mtnlslers for the wilds of Western panada Is .the errand on I which - Dr. Woodsworth' Westeyan. Superintendent of one ' of the Dominion provinces, has come to England? He .has to collect SO candidates. ' who ' must' be specially fine for a -streouos. Ufe In' un- - developed and aparsely peopled regions. ' SrSCtAX CASIS TO TVS BSQCtSBB. . London July 16. Lord Grey sailed for Canada Friday. He has been one of th. most successful of the Governor Generals and his Canadian experience has coorinend him that home rule is Inevitable. Balfour, however. Is hard to convince of the neces sity of a. Federal solution of the const national crisis. . ' ' , . The great political topic of tbeweek here has been the debate on -the women's fraa-ehlse. The bill was supported for opposite reasons by Tories and Radicals. ' The Unionists believed that -by enfranchising, a million 'spinsters and widows they would raise a barrier against adult suffrage. The Radicals believed thai -enfranchisement . nf spinsters would Immediately pave trie way to enfranchisement of wives. One support' ed It as an obstacle to man and womanho4 suffrage while tbe other supported it 1 cause It was the stepping atone ' to that consummation. - . Triers is no chanee -of-tae bin being- cax- nea .at tiua or aay other session. srsciAX casiia to tbs ssqrrasa. Rome. July 1.-Whlle tbe Department of Justice-was discussing tha lrcaj questions connected with Porter Charlton's extradi tion for the murder of his wife at Lake Cotoo, a highly Interesting discussion was carried on ta the Italian press, many lawyers and jurists participating in It. The' original contention that tha treaty of 'IMg was' null and .void, tnaxmeon aa Italy, was forbidden ' by Section of her enal coda ta grant the extradition of any of her subjects- Who. after having commit ted a crhno tn-ta. United Slates, had flet to hU mother conntry, has been denied hr no leas aa authority ta international law than Senator Puau la fwra ne ik. TTni- remit y of Naples. Prof. Fie re says be does not believe that the United Elates Government can rrue th extradition of Porter. Charlton if Italy ska for H. The treaty eoncloded between, the two countries in lwi, an4 sub q Or renewed, simply -states that tney both agree) to mutually jtaxtd overto oach other tnoso POTsoas who are accused of aay on of th crimes defined Sa the treaty. '1 !'i 1 1 1 t

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