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'.''.!., - '. I I ' : ' ' ; - - - : ' ! . i - . ' : .. ... . . - r - . . j "II THE ISDIA3TAP0LIS ITEWS, TUESDAY, JULY 31, 1900. : 2 K r Relieves Fatigue. A wio!cson id tonic relieving the lassirua of the summer months, "GtornM War Same HauiOIB'l wfpcT. . I. SCHOOLS AJTD C0LIX0E3. I THU UNIVERSITY OF NOTRODAME " ' KOTKK DAME. INDIANA 'Tbe rrth Tr wtt firpfmbrr Kx, IWl Cata - V'f u r. Aadreaa liT. A.)d,rrt!T. C. . C - . Jre, aa pe,rwU be .aai hwiimm ewr Trt fl4 that IL ' - Illinois Vsman's Colligt l).' thr - y f Too m - .tbt 1 fa4 IBM it rt. o t UOt bead tut . j h.uX'd c4..:ooe to' - , . . ; CHICAGO MUSICAL COLLEGE is7 o r. iolb. rr ic llaLxiset end laosiCBipilUiutkf.ta raJ Learnla la Aa - erlc. - . ' L Mew Cettoae Bldg.. 202 Mtcalgaa Bo1.. Chlcae. III. MIieif school or ACTIWC, ILOCU - I MUOlU TION LANCUACES i 33th8easonOoln88opt.lO Cataloguo Matted Free. CULVER MILITARY ACADEMY ; ow Laka Maxlnkockee) .T '7 CLIL.yiiW, INDIANA. Only f limited numberof vacantia tn thla lT - known achool to WCW in rr.Wr. - fctarollihont for the put ion 242 cadeta. - For Information, j or iiandaoro llluetrsted catalogue, atplr to . ' COL A - T. yhZIT. K M.. IX. P., gupl Girls' Classical School J Ninetieth Yaer Opans Sept. H. Wi. - ' rrepeeeeferALL COUCCIS Adiaittles Weaie. pIWENTY - TWO INSTRUCTORS ' Mwili, Art, rHiyelaal Labarear. Cymiualiim, KINOCNCARTCN, HOUSEHOLD ftCIKNCS ' liaadaoma atcommcxUilub fur boartlti)( pupil. TMtoooac u acwaLL. r4. Bot for catalocvM. 3 North pcnnarlvaolft - Btrart, IndiaAapoIia, Ind. , MAY WHICH f SCrVALL, Prlnolpal. SUMMED EES0BT3 AUD JI0TEL3 ; HOT SPRINGS VA. I LSfiiW HOTEuUlPHIN. eapaclly tSO: rmlaa, jr.M to II to pr dr; J 'pr weak aod upward. U C ALPHIK.. Itoprlator. 'The: Magnetic Springs r Tha fluc.l iattaiut water to be fourij. Abao - ! - July pura Wlil tura Iyiptpatk. fctoraach and Kidny Truutla, ta ft upaciilu for Hhi - uiatmn, Nroua JTwitrauon, Oauarai - .itv: mtti. . ' Uocalod at Oartrlur. thirty mlnutaa wt tt InCnnrolta. on Iba Vanllla railroad. . ijajljr ;eicurfon rataa. lr. Jturty. In an analgia of tna watar. aara : It la A valuable itirdiclnul ant, la abaolutalr 'I'ura. i fraa from orano matter, reeembtlt V.'aukra. liotiit and bath houaa Jit ratt4 - nl rtfurnUhail. J'leaaant homa f"r tha ln " valid. ' family or tnialjhraa tnan ataklnc rr In " a ool! I.x - atlon with mo malaria. vtood table. r'MDt ronnva and jcomfortable beda. Itajkea i .tin application. . MaRnotlc Springs Co. . Cartrabur. Ind. STEAMSHIP UNES. FAST EXPRESS STEAMERS DIRECT TO PARIS EXPOSITION C'oinpngnte Ueneral Transallantliju i reach Mall Lto btaaoterai Lave New XmX tor Havre and Parla Vrry ThUrxtair. I'aeKrnirrra tranfcrred from ltntll ateamrr at Havre to gr own Hje - c'lal Vextlbuled Train ta Parla In foiir hours. Kor choice acrnmmoilatlnna apply at fiai - W . Itw fM r.te tn TT - t comm.inrlis Aut.i 1. 1?' Itr.NZKL, HKOS.. 1 W. M aalttngton NU : lO . 1'noa. Rt I - Al.aX. HtlCTZUKK. Summir Touri on Uki Michigan. .SifiiS,. MAPJITOU for puo rt Mimrw,' naa trl - waeklf Inf. tor .IbarlvVel. Mara. erMa, ll.y V tew, 'rle.kry and MarLlaae Irfaed eonnvriipa lta ail RieaiUKhip - I.ltiaa for laa tiuperlur, lMtera 4 .. LIAVI3 CHICACO AS FOLLOWS! ' Tar. S a. at. 1 kare. 1 1 a. m. e.t. 4 . as. Manltou Stnamthlp Company, . OFUtE A DOCKS, Kitih and H. Macar 6t. Chicago. SUilMEB SCHOOLS. SCHOOL ALL SUMMER V0RIE3'0 US1I.ESS COLLEG UH Msaaatl SUMMER SCHOOL inilid'inTi"1' " " tioa. fall or wrlti Heeb'a Hrynt 8trt ton IWDIANAPOLIS BUSliia - UKX. VEUS1TT l ean. u. opp. r. O. q oooodooooooo j The Perfect 0 Children's Tood B GraiiiHearts ; o They Love It. 0 'ooo coo o'oo'boo 0 MI:. - ,!.ViMV(ii.'.7i:iitl!t; ooooohoch.j. H. MdWSooo X LlVEt ANI KIHNEY HALM $ It III (Mt BiallclM t.v Ma. v l HI put ion, dyspepaia, nervous - rieaa. dimness, etc. . lllnvigorties the liver. Purt - - fee to blood. BIO? ALX. DKCC.OISTS ooooooooooooooooodooooooo FOR FEMALE TROlBLESa $1AT ALL DRUGGISTS i aa 6 iiAkt tl4 aad ever seed any rcnSt eaaal to lr. !iea rir5 Tar - Koeey. It irr - Qairk 5s aad Benaanrat rclici la fi gr( well s coavliiw aadcwlis. It Bakweak Jt lane streos. lira. X. i: KtUiU V,rdacal. ky. A'ows Want Advertisements aro t!to medium between buyer and mollor; one cent l . - . I - v - t - .1 l. J i a U trr - Urn ( rMr r ' ' i - ' l" . A fiEVJ SYSTEM OF WIRES BOARDS O? TEADE TO AT OUCZ I XSTATTT.TSg IT. r Outcome of tie Quarrel EetVen tne Chicago Bo?I and the Tele - gTaph Companies. The ouarrtl cf1 the ttlexnph eoer. par.l with tbe Chicago Board of Trade marsult la the eatafclishment of prt - Yate:ir from Chicago to twefctr o" more of the leadliiff clttea ; the coun try. ! i . - i It fraa annooncea bre t - oay taat ai - ter thla evening t Western CnJon will not anJ xut caojation Irom Chleaso. and will JtTxd. on Kw! Terk for lta quotation, Th Poatal Ctunpaor not rea'ly to. ar.nounce what "It will da, but it U annoLjr.oM In'Chicao that It. too. will rtf ua to handi Board of Trada huiflnt - aa out. of that city after to - day. Aa a rv!t of the controversy. Chicago and out - of - town broker iset In Chicago, laat ev - rjSriT, and formed a comcany for tha furiKHM) of ettln grain and atocic quotation over apriai Board of Trada wlrea. It wa decided that the work, of establUbitc tbe cew ayaum a tall begin at once. . To ZsUbliah New Sy.tem - It la propoaed to establish an Independ ent ay at em of wire., under the' inune - dlata control of tb board of trada of tba country. It la lmald that tha coat of carrying out tba aefcema will t at lait WM.OM. f Chkayo 1 the centerl cf 'he projected web. - with four lineal radiating in as many diretlor.a. Milwaukee sromse. BU PaoJ, Mlr.nfaroUa and Ijluth are on tbe .orthw - t division, ita a itae cropped dcE to Dt Mofneii from Mmneapo - lia to oompleterth Joep. Peoria, Dee Mdlnea. Omaha, Lincoln, Kanaaa City. HU lula and. Bprlrfield ara on the werterr loop. - Tole - loj, Detroit. Cleve - . lar.d.Bt,r?alo.AIbany, Nw York and Boa - ton will etrtnit along the eaattrn line, whll a aouthea stern llbe. with Indiana - roll, CthclnnatL IuUvll!e. Columbus. Ilttaburg;. llamsburj'. I'hllailelphia, Baltimore and Washington for station, will loop with the eastern System at Cleveland and Near York, and with the western at Springfield. ' j Local Board Kot? Intereated. Secretary Smith, of the Indlanapolla Board of Trade, paid to - day that tha board here U not tnterfsted in the Chicago quarrel. "Thle board doe not receive quota - tlona' Bald he. ."There 1 no trading on the floor here, and bo we are not connected with the Chicago controversy. v e havo brokrs aa tenants, but tho board, as ah organitatlon. la not interested la any way." , The bjard did not' have a representative at tho meeting In Chicago, at which an Independent telegraph Una wa projected. WESTERN UNION'S POSITION. It will Continue to Serve Patrons What Brokers Say. Henry C. Slcklts. assistant to Superintendent WalllckV of the Western Union TeU - fc - raph Company, rays: "Some r.ewspnipers have been charging the Western Union with thlnga of which the company has not. been guilty. Tha Western U nion haa tnea m b n alao tha Postal company, to meet the view Of the Chicago Hoard of Trade, but the board has offered conditions that were impracticable, inequitable and lm - ponstble. We have offered all our eub - soribeis the New York lroduce Exchange grain quotatlona. To - day Is our last day for obtaining quotations from tho Chlra.o Hoard ofOTmde. Tha Western Vnloti and Foetal are asked to cut off certain subsfrlbers that the board clasHfS as Uhgal - the bucket shops. As a common carrier we can not discriminate against any class, and we will furnish all. If any. with sen - Ice. Some of our subacrilxr aie now ecrwptlng tho New York graln quotation. We hall go right along cerAing - them until those wbr acrlbera instruct u not to do io. They will. 1 suppose, be practically the aame aacCtlcnp' quotations, with tho addition of railroad freight for distance - Chlcawo is the neUrer and more active n.arket, hut people 111 accommodate themselves to the change. I know nothing of any organization' in Chicago, with ti.t0 of nominal capital, to send out quotation. If there is to be such an or - gaMxHtton. It villi probably be composed or Chicago iioard of Trale men." ' What the Brokers Say. A hurket - ahop man, otherwise a ."gTaln broker." here, aald: "You remember ome tlnie ago the pool room In this city had trouble. They got up a company called the Merchanta Telegraph. Where the wires ran nobody knew, but It served Its purtMsa. The proposed new company In Chicago la tha Cleveland Telejriaph Company. It will probably be organized along the same line aa the Merchants' . The bucket - shops here are not alarmed oer the prospect tjhat the Chicago btard will seal up It quotatlona. The shops will probably cloae out their present ricaln. and take the New York quotatlona. For all purposca of speculation, when we get adjusted to them, they will be Just aa good as those we have been getting from Chicago." I W.". Lewis, grain broker I do not think we can use New York quotatlona, for the reason that there 1 not the activity in that market that there I In Chicago. Our correspondents at Chicago have notified u that shall have tho markets as we have been having thorn, and w axe not concerned about anr shutout. NEW YORK IS IT. Her Grain Quotations will be Substituted for Chicago's. NEW TORK. July . Arrargement have now been practically cofnpleted for i the ubsUtutlon of the grain quotations of the New York produce exchange for the prices of the Chicago Itoard of Trade, which have hitherto been reported on the tickers., says the Tribune to - day. - There la no prospect of the teleararh companies settling their f.icht ! with the Chicago institution, and after j to - day they will discontinue reporting I the Chicago quotations. An official of the Western l.uio au J yeateraay mat his company would begin to - morrow to end out the New York prices in place of the Chicago figures. ATTENDANCE AT I. U. Every County In the State Represented During the Year. The catalogue of Indiana University for ,the year Just closed received here to - dV; show that for the third time In the history of the Institution the attendance; exceeded one thousiad. Every county Itv the State was rcpeesented. Those : attendance from Marloa couoty were: From incianapoiia Margaret, Lovla Allen, Horton Farley Banta. Mabel Florence Uryce, George : Noble Iturkhart. A mo William Itutler. Esima Agne Clinton, Margarette Sabln DeBruler. Margaret DrliUtut, Anna Lieanor Hatneld. James Buren lllgglna, John Edward Hahn. Louise Iske. Francia Joseph Kel - lv, WlUlam Steenrod McMaster. Wiaiam M. Parker. Jame Clarence Patten. George Carlton Resoner. Elmer Eu gene Scott. Jacob Seibef tb, - Philip Sel - berth. Jacob Charles Selta.' Hans Otto Stechhan. Frederick W ard Steven. John Alonxo Treher, Theodore Franklin Voa - nor' - it. Clara lleleh. Welilg, Daniel ThotaL a Weir. Beatrice Williams.. . t From Wen? Newtoin Alice Telfer Caw. ley. Kosa WaJe MenaennalL Samuel li. Plssket ' . - " ! From Southport Jcslah Sabine Puett, Sara aiyrtuia vvetnignt. . From Irvtngton Efffcie Patterson Blount. From Broad KJpple - - IJa Marie Culbert son. From Valley Mills Lizzie Alma Jane - way. ! From Glens Valley Frank Quick. Turning Out New Cars. ' The WaFhlngton - street shops of the Indianapolis Street Railroad . Company are getting ready to turn out a new lot of fall cats. - built on the plan, of those manuf actved last spring. . - The summer car equipment - is about . completed, . and work wVilinow oe rusnea on closed ran: in order that there may: be in adequate supply wacn mey are needed. The ca pacity of the ehops' Is abeut one car a day. It requires about fifteen daya to aiBt a car. otherwise sixty cars could be turned cut each' iao&th. WEATHER FOR JULY. i It - was BeJcnr S"anaaJ What a Oaia - . paxisca. Sham. JtJy, this year, baa beea moderata as con: pared with other Julys. Tbe aTer - aga temperature during the month has ben 75 degraea. which is cool for July. From the 11 to the 7th. tnclnalre, on the 15th. ISth. 20th, and 230, the temperature was slightly above the normal for the month; on other days It was below the ceymaJL - Oa onJy three days Was It SO or a bore, the figures being respectlrery SO. tl aad U degrees. The average temperature for the month of July, since the establishment of. the weather bureau here, has been, beginning ' with 1ST1. 74. 75, 75. 71. 79, 78. 75. 79. . 80. 1 73. 71. 75. 74. 7. 74. SI. 75. 74. ". 72. 78. 7. 74.. 74. 76. 77, 77. 7S. 75. It, Is explained at the weather bureau that one degree difference in the average . tempera tjure for a month means something, and tjhat the figures show that there hav been several ' years when July . weather was really sweltering. I ! There has been, a - total deficiency In the temperature since January 1. of 162 degree. That 'means that each of ' the Z.l days to date, since the beginning of the year, has been O S of a degree cooler thin It usually has been for that day of the year. The .highest temperature for tp' month was S; the lowest, 57. The rainfall has been nearly normal, there bedng a deficiency for the month of only 9 CB .of an Inch. The temperature during Jamuary wa a little above the average; February, a little below; March, below; April, normal; My, above; June, below, and July, below. P0ST0FF1CE VAULT KEY. It Goes oa Its Regular Every Eight - Tear Spree. The heavy Iron door to the storage rault at tbe postofSce was locked, this morning.' the key was in the lock and re - fued to tiirn the bt - lts or to come out. lathe vault were stamps and other postal uppllea worth tli&.GOO, together with J12.0W In money, to be used In pe.ylng the then in the railway mall service. The dojr had been opened once during the morning, but at a second attempt the k&y tocfime fastened. Acting Postmaster ghideler twisted and turned the key half around, .but the bolts did not reel - ond, and the key did not come out. Then. David M Elliott, finance clerk, 'tlnkt - rl" at the key for a time. "SJaybe that'a the wrong key," was suggested. "I guess I know which key fits this lock," the finance clerk ;sald. "I've been urtaa: It for eighteen years." Another man pushed on the heavy door, u.J hlr. Kiiiott gave the key a audden turn, .when the bolts shot back and the vault was onened. The finance clerk squinted at the key and said: "About every eight or ten years this kv Keta stopped up. Thla muat be the end of an eighth year." Feast of the Portiuncula. The feast of the Portiuncula. an important event in the Catholic calendar, will begin at 2 p. m. to - morrow, and continue until sundown on Thursday. Devout Catholics of all the parishes of thla city, sifter attending confession and communion at their own churches, will make a pilgrimage to Bacred Heart church of the Franciscan order, at Palmer and Union streets, where plenary Indulgence may be gained by saying' the usual prayers. Business in Central States! W. T. Leachmann,. representing the United States Printing Company, which formerly had a plant In Indianapolis, la a guest of the Iiatee, fro"tn Detroit. "I do not know when I have aeen business conditions better than they are now In the Central and Middle West States," said Mr. Leachmann. "There la more money In circulation in business channels than I have seen In ten years. Concerns are paying promptly, and ay their customer are doing the same." Hews Daily WHAT THEY WILL WEAB Plt,k golf coat with green broadcloth stitching a ri brass buttons. Help a for the Housewife GREEN PEPPERS. By Parker Quincy A flams. j Copyright. hr Waiter B. Guild. j Although the general use of green peppers for the table Is not yet established ln the North, yet it has come to be acknowledged that this addition to bur dietary Is one of the most pleasing and useful that progress has brought u. As a xest producer the green pepper has few equals, and cooks who. are up to the times recognize both lta value and Its novelty as Important. Any new combination of food should ever be welcomed, and it is in this direction that the green pepper is of greatest value. Bear ln mind, however, la preparing all dishes of - pepper that you should use only those that have not beg - un to change their color, and that then you should extract all the seeds, handling the peppers as little as possible. For a hot lunch a nice war to prepare pepper is to cut off the tops, if they are small, or If larrc cut ln halves and lay ln - aold water after the seeds have been extracted. Mince up any cold veal, chicken or beef you have at hand: moisten It well with a rich, grajvy. aad fill the peppers with tha prepared meat. Pack the peppers closely ln a baking dish, cover closely and bake from twenty minutes to half an. hour, according to the size of the peppers. Some cooks nil the spaces K ' ' si i Bssae ass i aanaa in il l SJairir Sliisi ' il WIS DEATH 1H THE MILK? SUPPOSED CAUSE 07 DEATHS AT OSPHAK JLSYXTTM. Unusual Symptoms Vnv Analysis Show - ed Formaldehyde Thirty Slmiisr Deaths Two Tears Ago The death of three Infants at the Indianapolis Orphan Asylum is thought to be doe to the use of formaldehyde In milk furnished by a dairyman The Infants are Thompson seven months old; Roberta Dunlap. five months, and Marie, Bowers, two months. The attention of the Board of Health was called to the matter late yesterday afternoon, when Dr. F. C. Stewart, the house physician of the Orphans Home, fled tbe death cer - tiflcates. On the margin of the certificate wa the notation that formaldehyde had been used In the adulteration of milk, which was given to the children as food, and ha.t this was thought to be the cause of their death. The Infants had been sick for about one month, and their condition was such. In the last few days, that Dr. Stewart wae unable to diagnose their cases. Each began to droop and lost flesh and appetite, i Three other children In the Institution are HL and one of them 1 expected to die at anr time. The complaint first came from the nurses, who sal. the milk was not right, aa evidenced by ithe action on certain food preparations put in the milk. Tbe attention of Dr. Clark waa called, and on last Tuesday he took a portion of the milk' to the city chemist for analysis - Another portion of rne tnrrk was sent to the chemist on Thursday, and yesterday the tests were completed, showing that formaldehyde had been used, but not in large amounts. r ' - Dairyman's Denial. This fact was communicated to the managers of the Institution, and the president of the board Immediately called the dairyman who furnished the milk. He vigorously denied that formaldehyde or any other adulteration bad been used in the milk, and could not account for the presence of the drug In the samples of milk analysed by the city chemist. The dairyman has been furnishing milk to the Institution 'or about three years, and. with the exception of a few weeks in the preceding two aummers, it waa thouaht to be pure While the infants were being treated at the Institution prepared pepsin was used. About the time they became worse it waa noticed by the nurses that the milk required n great deal more of the pepsin than formerly to make whey. During the summer of 1S. it was said, about thirty children died at the home, and nearly all of them were afflicted in the same way as the three who now lie dead. The cause of death was not determined at that time, 4jut it Is now noticed by the attaches of the home that the milk used at that time had about the same effect on children as It does at the.preeent time. No analysis of the. milk waa made during the summer of l&s. It was sail that the milk at that time stood in the! house for three or - four days without souring, and that the milk now used shows, the same peculiarity. An autopsy, conducted by Drs. Stewart. George. Conkllrt and McCullough. wae held, yesterday afternoon, over the body of Marie Bom - era, but it threw little light on the cause of death. It was noticed that the liver and kidneys were unusually affected. A change was made in the treatment of - one of: the children now alck. and last Sunday ! malted milk was substituted for the milk furnished by the dairyman. , Already, a change for the better has been noticed: In the little one. The matron. Mrs. Jennie D. Speer. said. this morning. that she waa satisfied that the milk was adulterated, and that an Investigation would be begun immediately. :A meeting Of the visiting committee consisting of Mrs. J. A. Bradshaw, the president of the institution. Mr. J. C. Tarklngton, and Mr. Franklin Landers fashion dints. F0BECAST OF FASHIONS. Thin muslin gowns are fitted to the figure below the walstj this season, in a very graceful manner. - : A dainty bathing suit Is of white flannel, with collar, cuffs; and belt of blue flannel, embroidered with white. The modified bishop,! or regular shirtwaist, sleeves, are added to all waists now, and bells of thasame fabric are often seen. " Ecru batiste, grass linen, albatross and eolinne are chosen for separate waists, which are trimmed with ribbon or Insertion and tucking of various forms. On! some of the new summer suits, the smal bolero is cut down on the shoulders and j turned down In revers, decorated with' panne satin appliques, passementerie or velvet ribbon and bows. Milliners still have an Irrepressible taste for colors. They are not all content with the elegant simplicity of a glowing straw, with its fine contrasting garniture of black and deep damask rose cluster. A blouse of primrose taffeta, tucked Into squares, is finished with rows of.' black elik etitchlngs. with a black velvet collar turned down over a deeper silk one. and stitched in black, with a soft silk sailor knot at the throat. ; Many women. In buying hats, are glad to see that th'e heavy yellow straw, so popular two years ago, and which were revived at the beginning of this season, are holding their own. Trimmed with black they art at t&elr best. A black velvet necktie, knotted In front and a black velvet belt, will give the costume a striking effect. Black silk muslin Is tsed for a wide girdle on some of the f.anpel gowns. It Is draped around the figures ln small folds, giving the wearer a Very slender appearance. hen the flounced skirts are worn, the fiat effect is, of course, more difficult to obtain, but there la not one inch more f Uilness ln the flounces than is necessary. wuue mr bxui upon wmcn tney are sewed fits cioeely to the figure, and Is made over a lining that fits more closely 91.11. beteen the peppers with the mince, and pouring over more gravy, bake ln that water, but the Cleh Is not desirable when thus cooked. : Fried Peppers, i . Slice the peppers croswise. remove the seed and laii ln cold water for twenty minutes. Thejn dry them, season wltn salt, dip In - Hour - and fry in olive oil. They should fee cooked for fire or", six minutes, wteti they will be sofl and W slightly browsed. They make aj nice jiah wiia steak or chop, or wltn cold meat. Rice and Peppers. This Is distinctly a Southern dish. Boll the rice, and turn Into a deep dish. Prepare the peppers as in the preceding reolpe.: but fry In butter Instead of olive iU Arrange the fried ring of peppers on; top of vbe - rice, pour over the barter ln'wtich they were fried, cover the dish and act ln a medium oven for four or five minute. j Peppers and Chicken. Cut the peppers ln half, lengthwise; remove the seeds and put to soalui Mince flee the dark meat of a chicken, and add to It one - fourth as much boiled rice as you have chicken; moisten with! a rich dark gravy or sauce; nil the pep - per, sprinkle fine bread crumbs over the top. dot with bits, of butter; and bake half an hour, covered; then remove the,' cover and brown, was called for to - day to see what action will be necessary to take. The dairyman who furnishes the milk to the Institution has been in business in this city for a number of years, and there ha been little complaint of the milk furnished by him. ' The Test Not Official. I Dr. Frank Morrison, president of the City Board of Health, says no steps will be taken by the board for the conviction of the dairymen, the rules of the State Board of Health not having been complied with in making the testa of the milk. The rules referred to are the ones formulated by the State board under the pure food law. The rule for a test of milk prescribes certain formalities that were not gone through with in this case, hence the test waa not an official one and the dairymen can not be prosecuted under the pure food law. Dr. Morrison says he has little faith In a post - mortem examination to show the presence of formaldehyde In milk in the stomach. Most bottle babies at the orphan asylum, he says, dle and he does not know that the mortality among them has increased since formaldehyde became known. Neither the Board of Health nor the managers or physicians of the Orphans' Home would fumuh.the name of the dairyman, although he " is 'generally known. Dr. Stewart' said he thought that the sampfes. of milk containing formaldehyde might have been purchased by the dairyman from other dealers. The milk for the Infants has been changed, however, and is now furnished by another dairyman. Much Milk Contains the Drug'. Samples of milk supposed .by purchasers to contain formaldehydo are brought dally to the office of the city Boarn of Health since a dairyman was recently arrested for adulterating his milk. In nearly every sample Dc - Clark, secretary of the board, says, he finds foi tr aldehyde in greater or less degree. He says he means to stop this praptlca among dairymen if it can po&'bly be done, but the difficulty is to get a conviction. The dairymen always swear that they bought the milk, and did not k - ow it contained formaldehyde, and then r.cth'ng can fca done, since tho lawi provides a penalty only in case adulterations knowingly used. He says there 1 a Mmplo test by which persons ca.i detect - the presence of formaldehyde lr - milk. Place a table - ppoonful of sulphuric acid with a trace of chloride of iron in a test tube. Di lute with nn equal quantity of water to ! keep It from burning. Then pour Into i the te - st tube a small quantity of milk. If there is formaldehyde in th$ milk the mixture will turn purple when shaken. Another method, but one, which takes Icrger, he says, 1b to eet the milk out - coon. If it does not sour in a reasonable time. it contains soma kind of preservative. LOOK OUT FOR RUSSIA. What Louis Metzger Thinks of Her P&ris Display. A letter has been received from Louis Metzger, who is spending a part of his tour of Scheveningen, a coast suburb of The Hague. Holland, Interesting as a surf - bathing resort and more interesting because of the adjoining village of fishermen. ; with their quaint and picturesque garbs. Of the world's exposition at Parts, he writes:, "The Csar has done all he could to bring Russia to the foreground, and haa succeeded. The finest bridge Is nsmed Alexander III.; the finest avenue Nicholas II. In all sorts of ways the French haVe aided Russia to make a grand de but. In WS the European globetrotter added Mexico t his Itinerary, also the Yosemite, the National Park and the. Colorado canyons. Now Russia extends an invitation to Inspect the wonders of Siberia by way of the most - extensive and Important railroad route ln the world. Keep your eye on Russia and you may hear more, as it is generally expected that she will shortly disclose a political program as surprising to the rest of the world as her fine display at Paris. I expect to sail July 26 for home." JOHN MORTON'S ILLNESS. I , , Directions for His Return on a Revenue Cutter. Additional news has come from the Prtbyloft Islands of the serious Illness, ct that place, of John Morton, son of Mrs. Oliver P. Morton, of this city. The surgeon of the revenue cutter Rush haa pronounced his ailment locomotor ataxia. Directions have been sent from Washington o Captain Roberts, of the revenue cutter Manning, now at Nome City, to bring Mr. Morton back to San Francisco when the Manning returned south in September. Senator Fairbanks has been active ln his efforts to forward aid to ,the stricken man. Mir. Morton haa been for many years a resident of San Francisco, where he was for a long time collector of the port. His boyhood was spent In Indianapolis, and many remember him as a student at the Northwestern Christian University, now Butler College. Remembered for Kindness. The Joint will of John and Augusta Rleschel - , probated yeeterday. bequeath a house and two lots ln " Cumberland to Margaret Wolf. Miss Wolf attended the couple during illness. They were both old. The wife; died, and sixteen days later her aited husband followed. They had no relatives, ani ln return for her kindness. Miss Wolf whs made the sole beneficiary by tho will. l Old Settlers' County Reunion. The old selltlers of Marlon county are looking forward with pleasure to the annual reunion to be held at Broad Ripple Park. August 9. Robert Johnson, Jacob Whltsell and James Huffman, who compose the committee on arrangements, say there is more interest , ln the event than ever before. It has been arranged for several of the pioneers to talk, and there will be boat racing, music and competitive contest. A Missing Man is Sued. , Peter Bany, an East Washington - Btreet saloon keeper, was sued by the Home Brewing Company yesterday. Bany re - ceutly disappeared from his home His place had been bovcQtted by union laborers. His whereabouts U not known to his family. The brewing company seeks to recover $ - 150 on a promissory note executed ln December, li&L J Genuine Carter's Little Liver Pills. Must Dear Signature of 1 ! . 5ee Fac - Slmiie Wrapper Below. Terr saaaU auad as easy take mi rC2EUSJLCHL FC3 C22Z1KLS2. rzn FOB TCJtPID 11YLE. r:3 C3X.T1PAT1CX, IXI ULLCW SUll rca Txzzzxnuiti ctU ! j4rrrrtaMae5 , CUFtE SICK HEADACHE. ABSOLUTE SECURITY, CAKTEFlS jflVER Everybody's Applauding the yon Four An enjoyable feast of I Uneeda Biscuit Uneoda vflnjer Wayfor Uneeda Milk Biscuit Uneeda Graham Wafer lummer 33 - inch Linden Batiste. 25c grid, for 10 Corded Dimitiss, 15c grade, for. ... J French Batistes, 20c quality, for. . . .9 Egyptian Mousscllne, 25c grade, for ; 12 J 1 - 1 - I i prices.... I vv asson Hosiery, Underwear and Corsets Hosiery Infants' 10c black and brown seamless cotton Hose J5 Men's 2c fast black and brown, double heel and toe cotton Socks .7 Ladies' 19c fine gauge fast black Egyptian lisle Hose, double soles, heels and toe 12i Children's 19c fast black fine ribbed double knee Stocking , J2i Ladies' lace open work front tan and black Stockings, 25c quality .19 Men's 50c fancy lisle land mcrcer - Ixti Socks, in checks, stripes and dots .35 Underwear Children's 12ic pure white twitt ribbed Cotton Vests, full taped '. .5c R P. ASSON & CO. ciaononononononononoaono Satisfaction o C3 is unusual with 3 smokers," but it O day experience of 3 O sands of men who g Old Virginia Cheroots p during the last thirty years, because1 p j they are just as good now in fact, O better than when they were first made, o k Three hundred million Old Virginia Cheroots smoked this w - j " year. Ask jour own dealer. Price. 3 for 5 cents. t j oDooonononononboooonono A A A Jim A A THE SALT OF SALTS." Satisfying, Goolino. Refreshing. Thirst is a rreat trial these warm Vhat shall we drink? Which do you prefer, a glass : of insipid, tasteless water or a cooling, refreshing, effervescing glass of Abbey's Sail ? A teaspoocful of Rfofoey's Effervescent Salt i in a tumbief of water not only satisfies the thirst but keeps the system in good order. Il may be taken at any. rime without any unpleasant atver effects. Abbey's Salt is a preventive of aid cure lot Headache, Biliousness, Dyrpepia,CcY.tipatk and all ills caused by a disordered cooiitioo :ol the stomach and bowels. Sold by most druggists, oe sect by mail. V 1 25c, 50c. and $J per bottle. T Utter Effemaceat Salt Cc 9 - 1S jmt SL. N. Y. . Boo&f free on mjaesi. . jaLayjSfy ay u ay. Jaai fi aji ay DOCTOR PETEBSOU, SPECIALIST, : ! 120 North Pactnsylewwla SL ; HtOlANAPOUS, IN3. All I BLOOD, SKIM and CHRONIC DISEASES aiiUlfiUiy treated, medicines f arolsheJ and core guaranteed. ECZEMA, ULCERS aad BLOOD POISONS cared la shortest time. Kidney aou liiadder troeblee relieved la a fewdaya Fpevial care and attention given to VITAL KERVE losses and all other SPECIAL cUseases of meo, OSce open Cay and night. I wXvl . Great Acts! By A. Good Baker: ' good things at popular prices, pon't xniss them. Every member of the Uneeda Quartet is packed in the wonderful airtight - package that keeps them fresh and good until you eat them. Ask your grocer; for the biscuit your appetite demands. RATIONAL BISCUIT CGJEPAST. Choice of any imported Swiss in i our stock, some beautiful patterns to select from, prices were 75c Xy $1.25, for.. ..... .25 Over 75 styles to select from of those 1 beautiful French and Irish Dimities, prices were 25c to 35c, for. .15 Ladies' 25c quality swiss fancy ribbed Whits Vests, silk taped, lace trimmed.. Ladies' 53c white Jersey ribbed Corset Covers, long, short and no sleeves Ladlei' swiss fibbed white sod cent, extr size Vests, 50; ones. Ladies silk gauze lisle Vests, pure white, Richelieu fibbed, 50c kind. Corsets C B. Paris Model, fancy colored Madras Corsets, S1J30 kinds J. B. and C B. Long and Paris shape, ventilating Corsets, the Jl.tO styles. i. Misses' 50c ventilating Summer Corsets, with shoulder straps . . . J5 .25 35 .39 49 .75 .25 H. P. WASS6N & CO. a o o " Five - Cent cisar n has been the every - hundreds of thou - O P have smoked O A A Temr Salt work like a charm. It aeeius to be at what baa always been wanting for the fever patient; cooling aod refrcahing and sot auseating la anr par, ticular. 1 shall never be without it La my office. Yours, W. C Dct - kfAO. K. D, Allbckkb. 1 Todd Co., Kt. , summer oars. 49 PCTAM AVKVCS. BaooKiT1, X. Ncrr ember 17, 199.; Ctntlrun ; I have girea jronr Kfferve. ' cent Salt "a good trial, a4 consider it a moat excellent apcricat and cooling drink. Your very traiy, Caaaxa S. Mainnjto, M.D. y 44 Felix Braasrr, . BaooaLTK, If. Y., "Kovember 19, 1899. XWr Sir' : I 2nd that Abbey's Salt aSord very refreshing drink, and, taken as directed aa effective laxative. The naeaea ef the. granules 1 another - point la its favor, allow, in g H to be taken whit rffrrrreclna witkont : particles of Salt nndia. solved entering the mouth. I found it lo beucScial in a certats case of headache. aeapedfnliy, m. V. L. wwa jy y 1Qrl It la not the cost of the pelnt that count.: If the labor, and that what snoat people den't realix. and when: they hav discovered the r"' v - of nalng cheap paint, it coats tham more thaa double to have It burned or craped off. - Avoid thla expense and aoooy - aac by seeing that yoor patat come from TBE ALDAQ PALXT AND TAKMS3 CO. 426 Ust Washington St The climax of Uneeda goodness is reached in Uneeda Milk Bi&cuit and Uneeda Graham Wafer i Try them to - day for a pleasing, change of diet. Lawn and1 Porch Furniture at Cost To Close Out Stock. Parlor Furniture i ' I At Cost TO REDUCC OUR OVERSTOCK. PROVE IT BY GETT1NQ OUR PRICES. (firpstsanil Stoves of - 11 Kin F. H. RUPERT, Both 'Phones 837. " 123 - 125 W. Washington St YOUR TEETH Oaabe a - - lr acted without pain. Te apply a aim pi remedy to tha rums harnilese aa rata ' water. Narvoas andold people i liralaelL lias or vitalised alrglven when the patient so desire. IT. CObGllLIN VT1X30X, 4I.f eaa.Se. 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