The Boston Globe from Boston, Massachusetts on December 22, 1898 · 2
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4 I - 4 4 , , 4 4 . 1 1 , , 4'-',44. i ...,0; ' . j :, 4 .' t'4 i ' :, 4 .,-.A . 1: :: 4 -,f, . . , 4 1 1 ) ,' 4 , . J 1 , 1 '' , '... i , i ' 1 ' i, Is ' 1 ', f 4' .-- f i ; I , 1 1 , , i I t . ,., , , 1 , t L. 0 f t ' as my 00: ' Cold Cure. It has been dem- nannd ,.--,,--- I ' t ,,) V kji ..1 Inallie samel:: for More Than 16 Years selett , , 2 ' - ' THE BOSiON GLOBE----THURSDAY. . DECEMBEI 22. 1898. . " e . 4 .. ----- lonnomminummiummoalus designs bave appeared In both Century ,, . INSIDE TUE HAREM 11111111111111111M t .. COLDS AND GRIP The loh Ge i , at,e1;;;;;;: osfoeTtthitss ini:uceh aedn: rnirel in England. T. W. Hall, adjutant . Whit : of th,-. bough. Elders, writ is "Cal- was emir:: IY showing' how I , - , ' ., :11'.1.1111.1adul rswyt:hti 11 -: 1110) II If 1 itk , ed in not a g "8v1;insi ahliti" European Gowns Worn.by the . 'Illt. t N i 1 I 11) 1 ) , , 0 ,, I , , MI right hand for a fortnight. There , 'l 3, , , . Imustarrek,etr ' Vile . , are many promises for another bright Sultan's Fair Women. .. h ,CA1 BE CURED IE TED A 7 'new year in this issue of our good gray t T , k 4., ,. 4, - 4, ... but per averleennially youthful neighbor, the ----------- , .. I . -,,, U - . ' I . New books in a er B II ort N Y Dentists Sow iiia 1 y Ill Beauty's Teeth ,4 4 I r R. pp ep , , , .,,,f,., v,, . 090L00 egent, blihing cpan, "Rita de ' I t AVE STARTLED THE WORLD! 1 ta......,........ (1,-, Pus om y Garthe2," by Mrs Isabella M. Wither- iTithout Eunuch Chaperons. Jewellers are conf 1 x I , 1 it, , ,, P't , spew'. tss , the public confounded, and pawnbrokers puzzled. We have mBcaorriopslcDteilaymuopnsdets thhaev de i aa all ot the They Behave Like a d;amond merchant does ot know whether he is getting the real or Barrios Diamonds. c., hie, , , .. I kl ' :4, . . ., New 'York, Chambers printing corn- - Not All Pretty, but pany, "Home Buie Money," by Pearce ' colors brilliancy, and w I stand all the tests of the old mine stones. , , , . y : Crowd of School Girl& P . KING A 13(1,,dliehwelonA,IaErnqgu.ise,dueildLheaullvminues.le publish- i 6.-,.. ' 4. Nfi ONE II. Fro ig,ctt41ompany, "The Murdered Empress," .. . - , , . , lE 1 I k m time immemorial it has been the custom of Turkev, than which GERJEAT INTIRODU'CTOR.V SALa , p s,,,,,. ' WAS IN KEELY'S CONFIDENCE. law is stronger, for w-omen of the better ' - . .. 4-:. class to appear upon the streets or In To introducethis new, marvellous and' most .wonderliul discovery, we will distribute several hundred T. Burton Kinraide of Boston Will Take , George Clunies-Ross on their calques on the Bosphorus, or In the articles throughopt the United States at a price that will hardly pay for the gold used in the settings or for . queer bullock wagons that take them for the cutting of the stones. Lip and Continue Experiments With , . hik-100,',, bo.cps.; ,, ,, , Friday afternoon picnics on the hills of - the Motor. Scutari. wearing the feradji and the 11:111 . iha tat'titàa --a....,..mi Way to England. T. Burton Kinraide has been , well lasmak, the former a sort of cape with s g P some is, thin e, Stud, Btunrooitych , Locket, or a pair of Cuff Buttons at an unheard of price. of a lifetime to duplicate any article of Jewelry you have, or to purchase a hand- I known In Jamaica Plain for seven or sleeves under it, the latter an arrange- : . 4 Mo ExetaryayhFe Ilzt , . r ; I 7: Belcher a If I had a dear one suffer- , eight years, but very few of his ac- ment of gauze veiling that covers : . - , , i, (24,: ivr the face except the eyes . I S. t RI..ngs rins St uds, Brooches, Etc.-, with extra fine ston"es; ' , ing with a severe cold, or Allfiv08 in 11831 York I quaintances there knew of his intmacy eeything of from Intim with the late John W. Keely, the in- Thus clad, the ladies went about free- ' . '..:1 ' EACH ly in the streets of Stamboul. driving venter of tbe Keely motor. There was 00000 000000000 prostrated with Grip, I know consequently great interest in the com- sharp bargains at the bazars with actually worth from $6.00 to $10.00 of no remedy that I should - OCOBll Possessions m that he had been selected to take up Galata bridge, made their way to Peva, unity in the news from Philadelphia men of their own race, or, crossing the Gentlemen's 2-Carat Heavy Belcher Snake I Snake Ring. II Marquise Ring. GYPsY Rilligere . :ler ,--- '-- upon so impic rely litly. the work where Mr Keely left it, and the European quarter, and went shop- Ring. . ft1!.24.:e;.,..114,.. j......... ;beTlaehtosr.7tohTsetujrfaacissuthot, jowsneo: ' ,. :if: .,: , ' cotinue the experiments and investi- ping on the European plan at the Bon ...Ar... gations, under the authority, of the Marche.' 2111,11,,L , if TitIcliosssttOsni:20000kSanads fseg0007,'P5It4: irr::::::: oNin-e o me oaokyeexipt a PeEscee ' - , , mst:pltdlierei. onstrated in thousands of heeling. pstaonc)k.holders of the Keely motor com- :i raSt t; ems . eafteol errir 0 ems rr, eat ahndet tNb1.1- eye n aot 1 ddo in qdeafr3,oe. soe tt 0, Ise olly lei-nay:I 42- -- AvIÄ-Ltr. . a , . tAielt ', -, sive designs only; etto IlliN Ruby,Emerald, Opal --rsir,0, will retain its brill. ot. Apo, p tt prdi Supreme ' In the li times in carriages and were nearly al- ,,r 16 t this ring cannot be oldg r,i; lancy forever. The immionsor filled watch of the Nose and Eyes, stops case; this week caes that it checks discharaes T. Burton Kinraide Is the proprietor I ' ' Cocos islands mountings are made of a large and finely appointed labora- ous guardianship by ferocious eunuchs ' - 74',----0, nuous tory in an elegant dwelling house on with scimitars were in the past. s g tr , of one continuous :"......"..- .... Itiglids 1, fv$reGoiki; 1 o ic I coo sot - 4c le n4 t. 5r oe 1100 -----",-------- I sneezing, promptly relieves the corner of Spring pk.av and Adelaide It is to be presumed that thireae elaremeedotmo thaecmeoradseda, st,ao.eeTt uprrs.1tegetadaineas , '1"111inemili piece of thick shelled fully warranted; 4121' .1. J'a47 c'rtisusiwaaPre NN filled fiat St, Jamaica Plain. For years he has . gold plate and warranted 1 00 ,r,-. . ,dird... Gentlemen's t io.0.6" in. thé Throat and 1,11110'S allays 1 .. ----. H. rt We are th .,.....L. (16.---1..., ottipogrA e first to . Inflammation and Fever, and I No Crimes or . Arrests There pursued the quiet life of a scientist stirred in their breasts that desire for for ten years. This week without attracting much attention to admiration which is strong in all (laugh- 4 himself hey9nd the circle .of physicians ters of Eve. , 1Carat Ladies' Ring. -,- introduce a gold. , 1 ''IP 2441, , Li iUU 1 tones up the system. It cures . 1 Iuropean Influ . who have use for, his electrical inven- Now th, t eences had permitted them to step from behind ionsM-r 11.1k11 --.0.110.,.... The stne s brili .4.44 Act laMord4Ca csItL. 0411111111Wh R. h I Headaches and Dizziness ac- tions. When his friendship for Air the heavy walls and latticed windows .11014,46,40.1.74,, iant o and the i settirrr Ante Bal-16,,,D is A 04,44 011.1 -.IllY jum....11-f welnrgt eretfO thCy , b 4 g o .,o isAto-de, e m Oade 1 AA I companymg the symptoms of - ' ,, m a d e o f seamless sa.pswili. --, .I:F----..... me-ill'a.. in solid gold only; this week hUU Christmas Island Also Under , --- - --- -- - stock, without joints or solder and .lit.. r f....-- , ---------- ' Grip, produces sleep and re- - . , . I - ,,, , ., -. . Is warranted to wear, regu- I ' ....1,;:...-.; i 1.,,,,,' . ,,,c ... . zi . 1 r.ews -lw Ill 4-Carat Earrings. , -, , . stores strength to the body . His Rule this week . , Jar price $3; .. 1 00 le.: ,. 4u.st 1" ,: I ....,Its....01717:11m.4.r- - 11 i 3 e.:4-:1 :; , .:13:.r The wires are solid gold. 7P4 :: e !.t. 144- ::---t,1: :a.::. i, 4 - ;-- -:;04., l'r. ;.",i0. I ;41 , , k They have all the sparkle ItIS Invaluable- in all forms "1,---- 2Carat Earrings. ,. -4, VI Vin , i-.1; ..e. ; .: it Fee .j,tt:: . s3 ri; , , 4. , . . , The wires are solid gold; emit CO 4 A: and brilliancy of Real Dia- 1 ' of Influenza or obstinate colds. NEW YORK, Dec 1-George unes- - t 234 rnonds, and seem to be 4 2G Cli -3v. go lika.k 10.111sit,- t-e;11',)-:. worth $ leo; this 1 nn t I make this statement not for Ross. king of the Keeling-Cocos is- ,-,11 can furnish you any Trr illitilM5peareAll 0 0 ,' - r. .1:LAtrilk swizoerthyosu6;wattis aitunalnly 17-4"-A :.....-.1'; .14:f1112', 41113 .4.:71..L.2 :'' ' "'' ,--40s-".1.61144114.t-.41:004,11i44 .9 e ' flatryolowill. 41.4017.4.1.-sfPk ;11.17.4k week. ach , lands and governor et Christmas is- , , 1' ' the sole purpose of selliner my land, arrived in New York today. He ; vet .- -- ,-c1".4"4"t4.414&-' - , .....--,..... i tit - I 1,1 lifi il I , I ' I I . k i tkl I lob 7)A Gold Cuff Button. COLDS AND GRIP CAll BE CURED 72 If I had a dear one suffering with a severe cold, or prostrated with Grip, I know of no remedy that I should rely upon so implicitly as my Cold Cure. It has been dem404 onstrated in thousands of caks that it checks discharges of the Nose and Eyes, stops sneezing, promptly relieves thé Throat and Lungs, allays Inflammation and Fever, and tones up the system. It cures Heldaches and 'Dizziness ac- companying the symptoms of Grip, produces sleep and restores strength to the body. ,invaluable in all forms ' of Influenza or obstinate colds. ' I make this statement not for the sole purpose of selling my ' remedies or making money, but with a firm conviction that I am doing my fellowmen a great benefit.--MUNP YON. will guarantee that my Rheumatism Cure will 'cure rheumatism in a few hours; that my Dyspepsia Cure will cure any case of indigestion,'-or stomach trouble: that BO percent of kidnev colnplaints, including Bright's Disease, :can,l,e, cured with my Kidney Cure. 57 cures for 57 aliments. Every druggist sells them mostly 25 cents a vial. If you need medical advice my doctors are at your service free all dayland..evening. Sunday excepted. Tremont Temple.... FOR BUSINESS PURPOSES. - ;Building Being Erected on the Beacon - Si Boulevard, Brookline. On the Beacon st boulevard, in a section 'hitherto reserved exclusively for residences, there is now in process of 'erection a low-sized eight-store block, !which is to be devoted entierly to bustriesspurposes. Wand which, it is ex, pected.-'Will be ready for occupancy by Zfarehl. . - The site of this building is the north-I east corner of Beacon and Washington sits,'Brookline-.. Nearby are the stately reildenees of -Mr Eben D. Jordan and Ilt,Caleb Chase. and just a few steps beyond it toward Chestnut Hill av, the ! Knapp terraces, which so impress the , stranger when driving on the boule- , yard. ' , The:present 'owner of the lot, and the ! roan .vh9 is erecting the building. is 34r i Charles E.:Merrill of Braintree. and the Exchange building. The architect is Mr I Ernest N; Boyden of th,s city. The building will have a frontage on 1 , Beacon at of IGO feet, and on Washing ton et of 38 feet. It will be of wood, with brick piers and sandstone capping, land the area between the roof and the sidewelk.will be largely of , plate glass : for exhibition purposes. The entire length' of the building on Washington et will be two stories -high, and- this hight will be maintained on the'curee at the juncture of the two streets ,and for 38 feet on Beacon et. when it will drop to one story and remain at'that bight for the remainder of - the Eeacon ft frontage. The roof of the two-story part will ha : about Sti feet from the ground, and that of the one-story section about It feet 1 above the sidewalk. Both roofs will be set off with imitation paecling V) re1 Lev the otherwise flat appearance. The whole exterior will be painted a ; colonial yellow to correspond with the brick piers. . , The whole building Is estimatc!cl to cost - about S20,0ote Later it is the intention of Mr Merrill to add five more stories of one story each to the Washington- st end of the building, thus giv lug it a uniform frontage on each street. LawrenceEllic t FITCHBURG. Dec 22Mr Herbert Om On; Lawrence of this city and Miss Maud z. Cunningham Ellis, youngest , daughter of Mrs George A. Ellis of Chicago, were married at noon today at the home of Mr,s Aurelia, Burrage, 83 Forest ! II1Wst, Jamaica Plain. The bride wore a beautiful diamond crescent of 12 I stones, the groom's present. The newly married couple will leave for New York this afternoon. where , they Will' spend Christmas. They will re, sidelni thi3 city. ,WMIMME I A Complete Stock WATCHES. I Solid 14k1. gold. lest gold-filled. sterling sliver and enamel watches for ladies. gentlemen and children. Our prices, are the lowest in the city. Here are a few Special bargains: Lidice Solid 14kt. Gold Watches, WalClam or Elgin, guarantee . $15 to s25 Isidisst Small Size Enamel Chata'alae Watches, with tin, corn- s7 ta plats '20 tlentie Size,Waltham or Elgin e.18 to Slq gold filled, laity guarantee , ;f; t --Diamonds. Plennine Diamond El ngs.every ir 1 t SIO0 stone a bright, snappy gem. . Diamond Studs, Brooches, Ear Stad, Scarf Pine, Lockets, Link Buttons, Etc., at exceedingly low prices. Rings. Ladies' Rings, diamond, opal, ruby, emerald, sapphire, pearl, turquoise, garnet, ate., latest styles, solid gold $3 to $15 settings Gents' Ring all the fashionable styles s4 to sI5 Kisses', Boya' end Children's Rings at these low prices, ' 750., $I, $150, $2, $2.50, $3 to $5. Call at the Old Reliable Concern before purchasing Holiday (lifts. B. HORN Co. 429 Washington St. 1' -: OPEN EVEN1NCS. 1'11E. B. HORN Co 429 Washington St. . . OPEN EVENNCS. -,,4 DIAMONDS $ 25 rnalie d' ind ring or stud or sen pin or Lar ritjtalteol8rtit Yll:tnitt otrIVU: titiGarnutit jewA- Cry at prices milleit w!li surprise the most - eritleill buyer. Open evenings. WILSON'S. , I at the front falling down over the face ..... stories ington of t end of th one story each building thus giv- being from photo to the Wash- splendid illustrations. some of the latter pThrposes other than lighting. The hot-is-e ',,. 1 1 , ,...--.rf'.7-rAl 1 m li "1 --1;,-- ,, - , -se . graphs taken on Ur looks like the residence of a wealthy like a mask . iff ' ' :-. "- ,1,' 1 h -1 . . lug it a uniform frontage on each street. spot. and is as thrilling a chapter in gentleman. ' As the charchaff is made of satin or , ..........,-...-f,-- . - ,-z - ' the Spanish war as has yet been Writ- Mr Kinraide employs and assistant, silk. there was no longer any possibll- f..1 . . -----',-,:---- 0 , s . i , , ten, "Campaigning with Gomez" in ity of the ladles gratifying their van- ------' i.; , 4 itur...... - ---,-, i, t and the two- manufacture a number of ------, - ity: indeed. when you see a Turkish - " ;' '- - Lawrence-Ellie. he wilds of Cuba is the subject of the , --- ,------ '- t FITCHBURG Dec 22-Mr Herbert -'-'-'11 electrical appliances W hi c h he invent , ' e, , , ,fe,T,7;70' -1",117-,- :7 7. vt-lt f - , . Ns hch are sold to hysicians. wcmln thus attired you see nothing first of a series of articles by tle cele- ed.- and i p ,3 , , 4.,t, -,41--,;-,:-. ,1 I I I , , ':';:', -,',....;.',-:17--: ,,-- -;,;'.-.;-, ,, --- . w --7 brated War correspondeilt T h o m a s R. The only occupant of the house today atallnmnoreAhan if a black bag NV.a 1 ft, 1 . , a -,..----,. -...... - .. - ,. l . P 1 I , 1..::,:i:;:,:k.,7 '''." '''' '4 .. 4 ..' .. ' " ''' "' -"'''.. ::,....s :-11--c '''"---r---------------- , - OrnottLawrenco of this city II nti Itti,12 ., - - aw ley Jr, ana many otner up-to-uate was enthusiastic on e subject of Mr mo ng u an tn viy W a raer ungraceful 1 '' . - ' iii-aTud-z. Cunningham Ellis and timely features in perhaps the most Kt aide's inventive enius, and said swaying or waddling. Sometimes the , d hter G augeorge A , 3-oungest D n th g . Ellis of Chi- brilliant number. yet published of this that he . had such a demand for his black bag carries In its arms a baby 1 of Mrs eago, were married at noon today at the widely read and 'well-Illustrated pert- products that it was impossible for hint or a parasol. , , home of Air,s Aurelia, Burrage, 83 F odical. orest to All his orders. The servant said that On several occasions the writer amused I I III1Ust, Jamaica Plain. The bride wore , lir Kinraide was a great student, con- himself by snapping pictures of these italcdeidel;, oi ft i t , a beautiful diamond crescent of 12 Mr Edwin '1'. Bacon. author of several stantly at work on his inventions. women wearing the charchaff. and one ! Of , be tter c iass isembarking from a I they Will etiend Christmas They will re- her:f7 i t t nTurrkelpsiV I: ks I stones, the groom's present. works of valuable irformation, has added "The late Mr Keely and Mr Kinraide f them A The newly married couple will leave immeneely to his popularity as a local were warm personal friends." said the ;toln em a number s I for New York this afternoon. where . .. servant. "Mr Keely had been here E4e 1 v- historian by h.s latest work, Historic eras times visiting air Kinraide. and Bosphorus ferryboat; eaelt one looks ex- - '' I ' . i side In thie city. Pilgrimages in New England" (Silver when he was, here the two gentlemen actly like the other, and each one is as 'Burdett Se Co. Boston). This la a care- were in the laboratory nearly all the Well disguised as if she were at a Imes- ' aemeae. fully prepared work of over CO pages. time. Mr Keely made a long visit dur- querade ball. - ' I , illustrated front photographs, old prints log the summer. And it was exactly here that the sul- 'a A' C , ne eaintirigs. and in it many pepular "Mr Kinraide was very much 'inter- tan overreached himself. True. he inade i -, omplete Stock tifallacies are corrected. Mr I3acont tells ested In Mr Keely's invention. and when the ladies put away the alluring vas- i no new story. but from the raft of mat- he went to Philadelphia a few days ago tnak and hide their faces. but he could - . - iPe written about colonial and provincial we thought that if anything n-, 3re was not make them (indeed what sovereign Beston. Lexington. Goneord, the pre- to be done on the Keely motor he voted could) abandon the ways of coquetry. thoet I mt the yonle 1 tsnel selected taken all too well to heart and the T The lessons from account of ,his the west bad been i WATC II-1 ES ,: ,. mreevmoloultalet3earayndpeirniotioli.oastyngplaFerhomiotdoe.. , grime and Puritans. Quakers and witch lir Kinraide has a summer residence fascination of conjugating the vErb "to , - chasers. he has condensed an immense and a laboratory at Hull, and during flirt" had become too generally under- Solid 14kt. sold. best gold-filled, sterling amount of fact which he presents with his visit to Boston last summer Mr stood. So. with Oriental finesse. the ntkm , 1 sliver , and enamel d watches for ladies. pp easy. catchy flow of language. The Keely spent several deys at this re- meonknsetaantNiAirotpulee oflandeloeosssupy.' proceeded - ga en chile , n. Our prices, are vetun le is e.necially Valuable as a book-of sort. e c rity. reference. as Here are a few - --- - .. AI ri aide it seems to Lover coin- .. r a nr is expected to return as use the very weapon that had h een used 'epdtit tt o the lowest ain th nd specM1 bargains : pletely the history of New England n soo as the future of the Keely motor against them-that Is made the char- ' Ladies' Solid 14kt. Ged Watches, Wat. from the Colonial Period to the revolu- company has been settled by the di- chaff further their little affairs of the . tion. rectors. heart far better than the yasmak had Clam or Elgin, guaran- $15 to s25 - ever done. . -- teed Another juvenile book added , to the RECALLED WRENTHAMROBBERY. For, now. nothing was eaeler than to wt. than v,. Ladies' Small Sias Enamel Chats'aise arowina list wt.itten by the indefati- elude the igilance of any prying eye mi Fatima in no respect from go Watches, with pin, corn- Sri ' 20 gable James Otis, this time a story In Stranger at Pawtucket Threw Myratert- ks to different an outer garment which made as ah o Sphia. o any tin !et t 3 'd i elation to the attempt made to kill one Package Beneath Boners. Negdar or Zra r o r i., Gents' Size,Waltham or Elgin e Gen ashig in Me at the instiga- - --,ee-a IeEl It - , akev a , , I, Dec 22 in -The other charming lady who might be go- an . 4 .; L i- -- lan Wof nGov ton William Tryon. Mayor r utag about th let gold filled, fully rtaranteei -8 to S , I li :Niatthews (not Nathan Jr) was one of 'Wrentham bank robbery is recalled b y e city for purposes of her own. , 1 ......a the chief conspirators of about 100 im- a strangeoecurrence yesterday after- If a black-shrouded II tiae p d w I (ient 4 , I . ' pileated. The story is called "A Tory noon when a short, well dressed atrang- through some little door gai-td I asse. no nto a .'--:- Diamonds. Plot" (A. L. Burt. New York), and an- er entered the boiler room at the works senayrtiwcuillaetrnehrouinetabclhnogeedoutiei could know ; nooa or si;ttel i . New York le shown to be much N. I 1 olsey & Co. On Ba3 lel et, and tri lr gatherings on the a, Diamond Stud, Brooches, E . Genuine Diamondnings.every sy7 like other hotbeds of revolution. The la Of J. , , stone a bright, snappy gem.. I to SIO0 ' frustration of this dastardly attempt to asked the fireman if there was a good soAmelothe hou dr In t l ty deprive moderns of several legal hell- lire under his boilers. a e o ida i sikeet wat ;a" Ear Etude, Scarf (lays makes an interesting story and it On . re ing an answ the alEr ers of Asia, when 111P whole er in mri- Winding stream. with its shading cy- - .i t Pius, Lookets, Link Buttons, Eto., at ex- is for sale In Boston by De Wolfe. Fiske . tive. the stranger drew from his poeleet press trees swarmed with calques in 0 i eeidingly low prices & Co. , , a neat package about eight inches long vic e,hh sat laughing women . whn were g 1 1 1 . - , and three inches wide and tossed it into to decide whether the amiable Turk in ae . . earnest of a r an an entirely worthy will ever read that or know what it is woman ere y right of proprietor - - , e ' Rings A modest portal sometimes gives the tire box x with the remark: "Nobody the stern beside this woma or that -al ' rich tltha' ema was there b i- oi Ladies' Rings, diamond, opal, ruby, emer- interior: and this Is Particularly the lie then went away without any ex- ship, or by no right at all rave that co For it ust be borne In mind that no eh planation. The fireman. Charlee DON- which lovers take to themselves? case with Charles Dexter Allen's In ne ter. today told of the strange action and , A am altlt sapphire, pearl, turquoise, garnet, Lantern Land, published the first Sat- ' sacred throughout the sultan's realm, said he felt us if the police should be one in Turkey, neither soldier nor ofil- ha ' ' . 1 i Ito., latest styles, solid gold s3 urday in each month in Hartford. Conn. notified. Th.. package was a bout the cer of the lava would think of laying mi to SI5 Mr Allen, with William N. Carlton. ' i settings size that IA onld be made by tying up a hands upon a woman or bidding her w( ; edits and publishes this bright review ef quantity of bank notes or valuaole pa- show her face. since a woman 's person pe ' Gents' Rings, all the fashion s 4 to s15 current events, not to merely add one pers. , is , , able styles ' to the growing number of periodicals . except to her husband. wi claiming independence of thought and , Kisses Boys' and Children's Rings at To Cure a Cold in One Dv thus ran a certain risk; she might wake - let No doubt the haretn beauty who flirted hi I I:1' action. but to tell of literary. artistic. Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. these low prices, dramatic and political happenings as st s refund money it it fails to cure g . up some mornin and find herself neatly- eh 750.m SI, $1 they happen .50, $2, $2.50, S3 to S5. , and i n , perhaps. a new Druggi way. Book plas s te, a might be expect- 2ee. Genuine nas L. B. Q. on each tablet sewn in a. bag at the bottom of the Bos- lb ed. occupy a nrominent place in the 1 pray. (v.li,,ilthwotmhaesnelottnatititeetrns.ougBhuttofwdhaettla fa male phorus, for Turkish husbands do not of Call at the Old Reliable Concern before if yoa want to get iid of Rheumatism purchasing Holiday Gilts. program of this volume I, No. I. and one , tc may safely pred t for In Lantern Land - aa try a bottle Of Eimer m & Aend's pre- ger quell the promptings of her heart a- ? ty( THE c . ally ac scription No. etai. :Theodore Metcalf ( o, After about a year of the charchaff aui y y , -aa-..a.,A.B. HoRri co untrammeled and corded a distinctl w a ith literar a life far beyond the time usu - periodic's' n evident rats- ne sme regime. the pashas and men of influee a i . A 'IA Irt P I - . I sion. agents. ' . A t - t .e. decided that things were going- badly in be isiel :10 t f filed wit h t he tat. marked the captain of a Nessel beating --...,,m.s m,wiii,..--. .-- wo SII Pull-sized crystal jars in qt. tadrupie ON ---., -- e-,,e -.,eu e,ii, sunirise the moat men advancen anti me .tignts turned Ll'y tan"."4' "U"A'' . '''''''''" ' . ---.. to be men's slaves and created to-s-eri:e. into their hands. knowledge, such. books in those lad- about in a thick fog. i 3,ears alter it matured; that the consti- frame; a pair of tomes With. ever, ,Pr , 4 eritiell buyer., Open evenings. WILSON's, low. "The Haunted Chair," by Eliza- - men 's pleasure. And the charchaff was guages as come "Are there many .pretty ones," the "I wouldn't care what they said." re- still I tion provided that the legislature ' Open every evening. NVILSoN'S, , 2 beth Chalmers Martin, is additionally A delicate lunch. A bottle of Cook's offering them practical immunity for all not atithoriz al ; , writer asked the dentist. plied the mate, "if we only know wher e pavment of claims . 1 dieel5TREteloriTROW enhanced by three Illustratiot is from Imperial Champagne and a dozen raw. very different purposes.- - - "QZ conrse there are. 4 LeW. he said,- we were ourselves."--(Chicago New 6 )11.:. I IV gcli on contracts not 6expressed or im- 14.15 TREt 011:11110,1 ' the stnlio of Miss F. K. Upton, whose So, from one side and another. ozpool 1 8. led by law. 1 II . . ,, I ' 1 ; I . , ' 10, i k 1 ' P , - . , . , I - , , I , A 1 1 , vitl 4Z ' '14,mi The Globe O'CLOCU KING AND OWNER. George Clunies-Ross on Way to England. Arrives in lin York from Indion OCOBll Possessions. Supreme in the heeling. Cocos Islands. No Crimes or Arrests There for More Than 16 Years. Christmas Island Also Under His Rule. NEW YORK. Dec 21George CluniesRoss. king of the Keeling-Cocos islands and governor of Christmas island. arrived in New York today. He is on his way from his possessions, which are situated in the Indian ocean, between Australia and Java, to England, where he is to consult with tha colonial secretary. He rules under the protection of the British government. Mr Clunies-Ross is one of the most picturesque rulers in the world. The Keeling-Cocos IslandsIS in allbelong to him absolutely, and he Is their hereditary chieftain. He Is unhampered by a constitution, knows no opposition, and cares not for public opinion. - He has been in supreme command since 1864, and boasts that there has not been a crime nor an arrest of any kind in his possessions for more than years. Christmas island is a crown colony of Great Britain. George Clunies!-Ross is a Scotchman by descent, although he was born in the Keeling-Cocoa group, and is as merry a Scot as ever sipped a "high ball." He is 58 years old, married. and has several ohildren, and is the grandson of Capt John CluniesRoss. H M N, who discovered the Keeling-Cocos group. He was taken to Scotland by his father when 6 years old and was brought up by a legal British subject. He was educated at Glasgow university and upon the death of his father in 1864 he went to take charge of his possessions, the Keeling-Cocos islands. "I found the islands and the people In a pretty bad way," said the king" today,-"and the first thing I did was to formulate a set of laws or rules for governing them. In addition to the descendants of the original colony of- 13 blacks. brought there oy my father. a number of persons were imported from the neighboring South Sea islands. Those were Malays. Polynesians and natives of Java and Australia. In all there are now on the islands 700 inhabitants. "The chief product of the Keeling-Cocos Islands is the cocoanut. There are only eight square miles of arable soil in the entire group. and on this are planted 1,000,000 cocoanut trees. "The islands are a coral reef, 800 miles southeast of Java. and Christmas island, of which I am governor by appointment from the British colonial office, is 501) miles due east." Mr Clunies-Ross will sail for England on Saturday. It is generally understood that he is to consult with the secretary of state for war as to the advisability of fortifying Christmas island. NEW LITERATURE. Lieut Richmond Pearson.. Hobson, whose triumphal march across the continent has made him the recipient of so many deserved honors, receives substantial addition to his growing fame in the January Frank Leslie's Popular Monthly at the hands of his gallant helmsman, Osborn Deignan of Iowa. It is a true sailor's yarn, a stirring,' straightforward account of the sinking of the Merrimac at the mouth of Santiago harbor accompanied by 30 splendid illustrations. some of the latter being from photographs taken on Ityt spot. and is as thrilling a chapter in the Spanish war as has yet been written, 'Campaigning with Gomez" in the wilds of Cuba is the subject of the first of a series of articles by tl.e celebrated war correspondent Thomas It. Daw ley Jr, and many other up-to-date and timely features in perhaps the most brilliant number yet published of this widely read andwell-illustrated periodical. l't Edwin T. Bacon. author of several works of valuable 4-formation, has added immensely to bls popularity as a local historian by Ids latest work; "Historic Pilgrimages in New England" (Silver. 'Burdett Se Co. Boston). This h; a carefully prepared work of over CO page illustrated front photographs, old prints and :mintirgs. and in it many pipular fallacies are corrected. Mr Bacon f tells no new story. but from the raft of mat(P written about colonial and provincial Beston, Lexington. Coneord, the prerevolutienary period, ad places made memorable and interesting by the pilgrims and Puritans. Quakers anti witch chasers. he has condensed an immense amount of fact which he presents with no easy. catchy flow r; f language. The veiume is especially valuable as a book -of reference. as it seems to cover completely the history of New England from the colonial period to the revolution. Another Juvenile book added to the growint,-; list written by the indefatigable James Otis, this time a story in relation to the attempt made to kill Cell Washington in 17hl at the instigaticst of Gov William Tryon. Mayor Matthews (not Nathan Jr) was one of the chief conspirators of about 100 implioated. 'The story is called "A Tory Plot" (A. L. Burt. New York), and anient New York is shown to be much like other hotbeds of revolution. The frustration of this dastardly attempt to deprive moderns of several legal' holidays makes an interesting story, and it is for sale in Boston by De Wolfe, Fiske & Co. , - , - A modest portal sometimes gives earnest of a rich-and an entirely worthy Interior; and this is particularly the case with Charles Dexter Allen' s In Lantern Land, published the first Saturday in each month in Hartford. Conn. Mr Allen, with William N. Carlton. edits and publishes this bright review of current events, not to merely add one to the growing number of ' periodicals claiming independence of thought and action. but to tell of literary. artistic. dramatic and political happenings as they happen, and in, perhaps, a new way. Book plates, as might be expected occupy a prominent place in the program of this volume 1. No. 1. and one may safely predict for In Lantern Land a. life far beyond the time usually accorded a distinctly literary periodic's', untrammeled and with an evident mission. The Christmas Waver ley Magazine. which is new In Its 97th volura,, IS of exceptimmi interest in its betion. complete sto7ies being include In the wenn. The leading story Is one which wakes tilr hair rise and the reader look over 1119 shoulder with some degree of apprehension, especially if the night be well advanced and the light; turned low. The Haunted Chair," by Elizabeth Chalmers Martin, Is additionally enhanced by 'three illustrations from the stnlio of Miss F. K. Upton, whose E BOSIkON - designs bave atpeared in both Century and Punch,, ard whose art is much admirel in England. T. W. Hall, adjutant of tho Lough Riders, writ:. s "Ca Ilagban's Chivalry" for this issue entertainingly. showing how "Slimruy" was emit-ell' justified in not washing his right hand for a fortnight. There are many promises for another bright new year in this is-sue of our good gray but i.erennially youthful neighbor, the NVaverley. Neva! books in paper: Beliport, N Y, Regent, publishing company, "Rita de Garthe2," by Mrs -Isabella M. Wither. speon. New York, Chambers printing coinpany, "Home Rule Money,", by Pearce Be dley. London, Eng. Guildhall music publishing company, "The Murdered Empress," by the Marquis de Leuville. INAS IN KEELTS CONFIDENCE, T. Burton Kinraide of Boston Will Take Up and Continue Experiments With tho Motor. ' ' T. Burton Kinraide - has been , well known In Jamaica 'Plain for seven or eight years, but very few of his acquaintances there knew of his intimacy with the late John IN Keely, the Inventor of the Keely motor. There was consequently great Interest in the community in the news from Philadelphia that he had been selected to take up the work where Mr Keely left. It, and cotinue the experiments and investigations, under the authority, of the stockholders of the ICeely motor company. T. Burton Kinraide is the proprietor of a large and finely appointed laboratory in an elegant dwelling house on the corner of Spring pk.av and Adelaide st, Jamaica Plain. For years he has pursued the quiet life Of a scientist without attracting much attention to himself beyond the circle of physicians who have Use for his electrical inventions. When his friendship for Mr t I 7 P-1:.V atirr, , , I . city 7,41 um(' , .- --'Ttr-- week, eicli h UU I ' , I ' 1 . I , -.4 Is 1 r I 1 ,...,,,, - -,.,,,,, ...,,,,-ti-:,171,177;,,-Til--,-,7:::-pfst-iwa.-------- 1-- , ,n, , 7 , , , , I -, - . ) 1- tt. I - 4. :- --. -": .- "... :: ' . . . ' . - - :-. - ---r''Irilm:1,73 ' , 7-.:11171,1i clIrT, Stick Pin. le r , i ;eit ,, .' t "'"1"-tzr.) borriggiel; 11 it 1 ,,v,:-.4,:.--r ----1,:.;, , , , r, , ., .., ffil ri i 0 J.,' 1 ft! ,, ,,,01.:::::.,.. 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Gold Front Locket. - ----, 4;04 .- t - - - fta ":.;-.--:- errer,' --,------ , -,;..,- ----. it. 1;17- n exact represen- ; To hold two pictures. .-.--- legt,-4 . . . t v fgf, A ,- . tation of a $75.00 en- .--- -,e, TURKISH PICNIC PARTY. ' s i m e Guaranteed f o r five . , 411.101. gagement ringstone I . and setting are both 2", IA" years. Actually worth di S eely is told ft Is readily seen why the that used to guard them. why should warranted to 1 tin $3oo; t h i s .11 dow of that inventor and her counsel they not get that thrill of pleasure wear; this week . U 1,1 ,.. week I a 00 Terence N'e advised the stockholders to place which comes from the homage of men, TURKISH PICNIC PARTY. ' Keeiy is told ft is readily seen why the widow of -that inventor and her counsel have advised the stockholders to place their confidence in Mr Kinraide. Mr. Kinraide is at present in Philadelphia, where he went to attend the meeting ot the Keely motor company and to consult with the directors concerning the work which he is to assume In the prosecution of the researches and experiments, with a view to making a practical success of the muchtalked-of motor. . From the statement ' made to the stockholders in Philadelphia by Charles S. Hill, counsel for the widow of the Inventor, it would seem that Mr Kinraide was thoroughly in the late -Mr Keeley's confidence. and knew all of the secrets of the motor. It was stated that Mr Keely transferred little to paper and consequently Mr Ktnralde was the one man to undertake the continuance of the work. , T. Burton Kinraide is 38 years old and a native of New Brunswick, although he has been a resident of Boston for some years. In his early youth he devoted considerable time to the study of medicine and much of his scientific work since has been along this line. He was first known in- Jamaica Plain as the nurse and attendant of Gideon F. T. Reed.- a wealthy New -York merchant, who was for years a partner in the house, of, Tiffany & Co. and who spent a great deal of time abroad. Mr Reed died early in 1892, and since that' time Mr. Kinraide has given all of his time to scientific research and experiment. Soon after taking up this work he built a large and elegant house on the corner of Spring park av and Adelaide St, which is called Spring park laboratory. No suggestion of the character of the handsome and ornate structure It; given by the exterior, as there is no sign to indicate the Spring park laboratory. Only a number of electric wires from the electric light poles whit enter the ,house indicate their use for purposes other than lighting. The house looks like the residence of a wealthy gentleman. ' Mr Kinraide employs and assistant, and the' two- manufacture a number of electrical appliances which he invented; and which are sold to physicians, The only occupant of the house today was enthusiastic on the subject of Mr Kinraide's inventive genius, and said that he had such a demand for his products that it was impossible for hint hi S orders. The servant said that Kinraide was a great student, constantly at work on his inventions. "The late Mr Keely and Mr Kinraide , were warm personal friends," said the servant. "Mr Keely had been here several times visiting Air Kinraide, and when he was, here the two gentlemen were in the laboratory nearly all the time. Mr Keely made a long visit during the summer. "Mr Kinraide was very much 'interested in Mr Keely's invention. and when he went to Philadelphia a few days ago we thought that if anything it ,re was to be done on the Keely motor he would he the one selected on account of his intimacy with the inventor." Kinraide has a slimmer residence and a laboratory at Hull, and during his visit to Boston last summer Mr Keely spent several days at this resort. Mr Kinraide is expected to return es soon as the future of the Keely motor company has been settled by the directors. RECALLED WRENTHAM ROBBERY. Stranger at Pawtucket Threw ksrstert one Package Beneath Boilers. - , PAWTUCKET, It I, Dec 2-The Wrentham bank robbery is recalled by a strangeoecurrenee yesterday afternoon when a short, well dressed :3tranger entered the boiler room at the works of J. N. Polsey & Co. on Bayley st, and asked the fireman if there was a good sire under his boilers. On receiving an answer in the atErmative, the stranger drew from his pocket a neat package about eight illeheS long and three inches wide and tossed it into the lire box with the remark: "Nobody will ever read that or know what it is. lie then went away without any explanation. The fireman. Charles De-- ter, today told of the strange action and said he felt atilt' the police should be notified. h.. package was about the size that IA ould be made by tying up a quantity of bank notes or valuaole papers. To Cure a Cold in One Dv Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. 25e. Genuine has L. B. Q. on each tablet. yoll want to get rk1 of Rheumatism try a bottle of Eimer & Amend's pro,,,..ription :!$51. Theodore Metcalf Co, agents. 44. TILE MOST SIMPLE AND SAFE RENIEDy for a Cough or Throat frouble is -Bro,,es Bronchial' 7POCIS P.V. They possess real merit. Avoid nnilations. Do not fil to try It for 1101110 and mettleinal usenothing like "flunnym..ne CIu) vhsky, absoiutely pure. If the lead in your pencil Is poor. try the famous "Koh-I-Noon" oss A delicate lunch. A bottle of Cook's Imperial Champagne and a dozen raw. )N LOBE--THURSDAY ,DECEMBEI INSIDE 1111IE HAREM: A European GownsWorn.by the Sultan's Fair Women. Dentists Sow Hay Fill Beauty's Teeth iYithout Eunuch Chaperons. Not All Pretty, but They Behave Like a Crowd of School Girl& From time immemorial it has been the custom of Turkey, than which no law is stronger, for women of the better class to appear upon the streets or in their calques on the Bosphorus, or in the queer bullock wagons that take them for Friday afternoon picnics on the hills of Scutari. wearing the ' feradji and the yasmak, the former a sort of cape with sleeves under it, the latter an arrange- ment of gauze veiling that covers everything of the face .except the eyes. Thus clad, the ladies went about freely in the streets of Stamboul. driving sharp bargains at the bazars with men of their own race, or, crossing the Galata bridge, made their way to Pera, the European quarter, and went shopping on the European plan at the Bon Marche.' Sometimes they went on foot, sometimes in carriages, and were nearly always accompanied by a discreet female slave. for already the old days of jealous guardianship by ferocious eunuchs with scimitars were in the past. It is to be presumed that this greater freedom accorded to Turkish ladies came to them as a'sweet privilege and stirred in their breasts that- 'desire for admiration which is strong in-all daughters of Eve. Cow that European influences had permitted them to step from behind the heavy walls and latticed Windows I ''..MM,..ne.,.. air that used to guard them. why should they not get that thrill of pleasure which comes from the homage of men, even strangers. Why should they not, those of them who were fair, let the world see, as they passed by, not only the languorous glow of their dark eyes, hut the red of their lips and the smoothness of their brows and their perfect teeth? Plainly, . there was only the yasmak . with its white folds to prevent such a ! revelation, and this obstacle might be done away with by making the gauze thin enough, so thin as to be almost transparent. And the new fashion spread from one harem to another until it came to pass, a few - years ago. that the real beautiee of Constantinople were offering their faces to the practically unobstructed gaze of twhoever cared to look. the only women who clung to the, thicker yasmak of.oki being those who had no beauty to reveal. And ail went anerrily in the Turkish capital, with many smiles through the flimsy folds . and many looks that seemed to say to some dashing Turkish officer or elegant European: "I, am glad you think me beautiful;"- but one day the sultan,' strolling about In his rose garden, passed near some Turkish women who had come to visit the ladies of his palace. .And one of the visitors who was exceedingly fair and knew it, instead of withdrawing modestly and casting down her eyes as usage commanded, stood before Abdul liamid unblushingly uncovered, or at least veiled with so fine a gauze that it might as well have been nothing. And the sultan, on investigating the matter and learning how the new fashion was threatening Turkish notions of modesty, issued a prociagnation that the ladies of Constantinople, when they went abroad. should wear the yasmak no longer. but another garment, called a charchaff. a great shawl enveloping the body from head to foot with a piece at the front falling down over the face like a mask. As the charchaff is made of satin or sills, there wag no longer any possibility of the ladies gratifying their vanity: indeed. when you see a Turkish woman thus attired you see nothing at all, no more than if a black bag was moving by with a rather ungraceful swaying or waddling. Sometimes the black bag carries in its arms a baby or a parasol. On several occasions the writer amused himself by snapping pictures of these women wearing the eharchaff. and one of them is herewith reproduced; it shows a number of Turkish ladiee of the better class disembarking from a Bosphorus ferryboat; eaeh one looks exactly like the other, and each one is as well disguised as if she were at a masquerade ball. And it wag exactly here that the sultan overreached himself. True, he Made the ladies put away the alluring yastnak and hide their faces. but he could not make them (indeed what sovereign could) abandon the ways of coquetry. The lessons from the west had been taken all too Well to heart,: and the fascination of conjugating the verb "to flirt" had become too generally understood. So. with Oriental finesse. the Constantinople ladles proceeded to make a virtue of necessity, and' put to use the very weapon that had been used against themthat is, made the char-chaff further their little affairs of the heart far better than the yasmak had ever done. . For, now, nothing was eaeler than to elude the vigilance of any prying eye, thanks to an outer garment which made Fatima different in no respect from Negdar or Zahra or Sophia, or any other charming lady who might be go- ing about the city for purposes of her own. If a black-shrouded figure passed through some little door and into a particular houne, who could know or say whether it belonged there or in some other house? And at the holiday gatherings on the sweet waters of Asia, when the whole winding stream, with its shading cypress trees swarmed with calques in which sat laughing women, who were to decide whether the amiable Turk in the stern beside this woman or that woman was there by right of proprietorship, or by no right at all rave that which lovers take to themselves? l that For it ti ust be borne in mind at no one in Tu key, neither soldier nor officer of th law, would think of laying hands upon a woman or bidding her show her face. since a woman's person is sacred throughout the sultan's realm, except to her husband. No doubt the harem beauty who flirted thus ran a certain risk; she might wake - up sense morning and find herself neatly sewn in a. bag at the bottom of the BOSphorus, for Turkish husbands do not trifle with these matters. But when, pray. (lid woman let the thought of danger quell the promptings of her heart? After about a year of the charchaff regime. the pashas and men of influenee decided that things were going badly in their harems, that the women were no longer content to it there all day putting henna en their finger nails and stuffing themselves with sweetmeats and syaiting resignedly for their lord and master to favor one of them with word or look. Rebellion was brewing among them, and the heresy of European notions Was working sao havoc. They did not even believe any longer that they were born to be men's slaves and created to serve men's pleasure. And the charchaff was offering them practical immunity for very different purposes.- - - . . So, from one side and another. 0.1SReelats Jewellers are confus cl;amond merchant does colors, brilliancy, and w GERJEAT INTIRODILiCTOR.V SALE. t To introduce this new, marvellous and' most .wonderfiul discovery, we will distribute several hundred articles throughop4 the United States at a price that will hardly pay for the gold used in the settings or for the cutting of the stones. L, - I This is the opportunity of a lifetime to duplicate any article of Jewelry you have, or to purchase a hand- some Ring, Pin, Stud, Brooch, Locket, or a pair of Cuff Buttons at an unheard of price. , - Rings, Pins, Studs, Brooches, Etc., t, actually worth from $6.00 to $10.00 Gentlemen's 2-Carat Heavy Belcher lung. This stone looks as if it cost St25.00, and Op will retain its brill- lintrok iancy forever. The ,14. 10 , mountings are made ., - - of one continuous vorormop-' rmanima piece of thick shelled gold plate and warranted 1 tin for ten years. This week I NUU tii4h. 1Carat Ladles' Ring. met- The stone is brill. rimw.pv,4100.7) - .timminswei ant and the setting - - ,.. ,4,. . The stone is brill. o0p, toommowei,4v-4"3"7,fr lant and the setting . I m a d e, o f seamless stock, without joints or solder and warranted to wear, regu- do Jar price $3; this week.. 1600 24arat Earrings. The wires are solid gold; .671 we can furnish you any wki,11,f size you want; actually worth 86; this 1 00 r week, each r, Horseshoe Scarf or ,,, Stick Fin. -1- -- Set with nine beautir-- ful and brilliant stones tizo- full of life and fire, acV tually worth , U. $400; this 1100 week NI Rolled Plate Collar . " Buttons. "TO These buttons are extra iv' well plated, will not dis Is color the shirt, and will wear a lifetime ' set with ,- I-carat brilliant 1 nn stone; this week three for I WU 011WA, lcarat Tiffany La. k; jOli dies' Ring. f, .it 1;7- . tailitonn exact o a st;e5p. r e s ee nn-- ,- gagement ringstone ,, IIIIIIII. and setting are both .,..0,,. warranted to 1 tin wear; this week I 8 U U 014 DO NOT CONFOUND the Stones we are selling with the prize-package goo& sold by department stores or with so-called Rhinestones, Sumatra, Parisian, Brazilian, Alaska, or, in fact, any other imitation diamond, regardless of what the name may be. BARRIOS DIAMONDS are the only stones that have ever been discovered that cannot be detected from the diamond. All others are simply manufactured from chemicals. DO the Stones gools sold 1 Rhinestones, or, in fact, a of what th MONDS ar discovered th All others at price, sel 415 BRO. NEWT Remember this sale is for a few days only, and as we intend to sell but a few of price, send us your order at once and you will be surprised and delighted with the goods BARRIOS DIAMOND 415 BROADWitY The Largest Store of its Kind in the World NEW YORK. , .--pdcz.,,--4.1:70.-- .- ----zy , , - , , , ' ' .-,-, 1.-----'''-' ,,- .,,---... .. ---.---7----,---,-, ''------,-..,- f',.:Ift62",,,,.40 . , , . , l'. 7 .' N),J ..., ,., , 71.; li , 1" . . of ctti , 1.f i 1,..,sIrc.,-..-.::. -..,-a,,,!......: 1 .N,.,ei- f-:.,... , I )1, ,i! te--(z.:;-...,:'..--"'-.,.'.2.-t'-'Y.,600.0.--1---',.T -iLL,:..:--r,,7-..-- vf---;:,lt , 1 '',:' ..k.1.4. f.............,.......7.;,,, I ? ......,- 7,.11 - ...:"" -,...............Sdrftb 1 , , Oki"; r I : I ..... 1 .... i. 12.72.....J, ' ' '.....ent i - .,IL '' l' tr ' ' . 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W ' - ( t .-..--.--, ......,,t,,,,i,,,4,;,..,,, , - s , 4t''., . le "' ',. ,,. - ,- s!,' s., ,,.,.. ,, ,... .,.., ,,..., , ,, , ,,,,,., ,,., ,re,-,- -- , . --v.t ',ill ,-A--A4;-fr .-,.., 47; - - 16, ' ,t1t 't ' ' . .,, f ilittras ' ,,;::, ,,,,,..- fil , tr ,,,, , as , ig made to the sultan that the women --.--'11L'''!,k-:, l''.,a,,,i L - - :',--- JO ..:, , ,7,' , ,,141r-- -J -,A, . 4, ,, ' ,ht be allowed or compelled to put , ---- ;'xit'.,; "'s., . , ,,,,r t''-c-.. ezr--3-4,' -,...' ,I '07 41" I I tioe the dissimulatin char g ehaff and ----------1-7-- --"',,, i ' , :'-,.z.:.ie '',',-- ,,,,,.- 2111.,?., '-.--','- ,,-Irt, .... I) to the yasmak, which at least --'..,-...',7,Af ','', : t.'v,, ,;' '', ,ei-,- ",..f.,--;,- 'n--,c'V''. :-7.--Z-----,,,, re d e 1 ( ae it possibl t e o tell who ' was who, .1-:.- IA -X.... :',i',:'.' '''''' .--- 1.f ' 41,1 '' .,-..:,!!', ., .1,;.- ' ' '' '"'''''' 4101 v. dy, It ' id wes now regarded as by far the '-' ,e' ---,,,,, 1 Sser of two evils. 1011!,,;'e. lp il -,-- 41 ,,:6,,dt.' n,,,;..:. , , .1 N , I N-ht a consulttio ans and discussions wr, ;14 ., t tY- .' : t'fk,,4-i-41K i,j - 3'7 , ,,7- 7---- - '6' 'Vll '' 1 ent on in t he big white Y ildia Mosq ue ,r -,2--, - ,', ,,r ,- .-' - ! ;,:.-t .: '.1--,.- p.': ii! i; --7--- ) one knoxvs, b ut at last , l ess th an a ''.''''(1, t ,' ',,t1" ....N.k , '"::,----'.'7,,,,,i'',' 'i' !' .-r" -' .1. mr ago, a new proclamation vvas is- ir. i , -,N. ''...-,-,, ,,,,,-;,.,y,,,,,.4 ---- - , i iii-1 1 Le d. which was so queerly worded that 7, -''''-1.: -147,----- ', (7 4 .: - : ------, ft , practically gave wom "" en the choice of ,, , ,4-,V,, , , --' i i; ,.",..fig" , . - . essing as theY pleased, so long as (ecA.,, ,i-teti,4 - ,-- .ti. v. ,;--, 41,1- , - .- -':-.71' ; ,' ';',', , ',, Ley made some pretense of covering ":"el,.!7,Y1,1t('7,,,,... ; ,,,0 ,v,,, - ---,--- ,,, , ,. I leir face. Which meant. of course, , -,--,-,--7.--'- -,,,, , ..i, , . AP ---t.4.4. . -,,, tat even in Turkey., women were be- 1 :-- e A- , ,k,-,,, , , s. ,-,, -- It? 1: , i A ' nuing to get their own way 1(11e,,,e,' ,i-.441.!;- ,,,, , , ; s-,,,. .,, 4-,-- , ,, ).;11 , 14i, About thi time me the writer made the ';'',-,11.ji 'e,- '10 , , ' ---,-.......... 7, 1 1 ,-- 11 , !quaiintance in Constantinople of an tjt "-------4 k-51 - , , ,--, 4 , ,r--,. ---;-.---..-----, 4-I T. , ,, .i. rt , mencan den ti st who has the honor of c,, )1 , ,M(1 '-4 : ----:.- f ----- , , ,,,,-- , 71-!--,,-...1:... it nise oking after the sultan's teeth, and in 1,'.,-i.,,, -, 4.-4 , ,i(L quence ha s many pa ti ents, bot h ,,. . . -,- --.'...:..-......... ..2.-,-,' ' s- ------,: tr 1, , ) , en and women, among the highest ,................s. - Z,A,C35;:' '.......f- 3.4 ' s--:- 1 I asses. He has spent hours in various - '''''''-- - ' .;--3-.,; -,,, ,, . ems, and has thus been able to : '-'-'--,-- , -'' d"-1- , ake the acquaintance of many Turkish -' 7 - , .. .,,-,--,,--, 0 ,-.) 4,'' .. . . , -,- omen and study their characters and - --.--, ci.allarities. At his earlier visits the chief eunneh - of, ould remain in the room vt-hile he did 61', . ....moo-A4 I ' ANIMISM'S" war k., but afterwani he u..nillit ha I was made to the sultan that the women might be allowed or compelled to put --4---- asioe the dissimulating charchaff and - go back to the yasmak, which at least ---72 made it possible to tell who was who, 41 and was now regarded as by far the ; Illt- lesser of two evils. ' What consultations and discussions Alito , 4 went on in the big white Yildiz Kiosque .11 no one knows, but at last, less than a year ago, a new proclamation was is- sued.which was so queerly worded that it practically gave ,women the choice of 54$4 dressing as they pleased, so long as r4,A7, , they made some pretense of covering 4 their face.. Which meant. of course, that even In Turkey, women were beginning to get their own way. About this time the writer made the acquntance in Constantinople of an American dentist who has the honor of looking after the sultan's teeth, and in consequence has many patients, both men and women, among the highest classes. He has spent hours in various - harems, and has thus been able to make the acquaintance of many Turkish women and study their characters and peculiarities. At his earlier visits the chief eunuch. would remain in the room while he dd i 6"'"""'" his work, but afterward he would be left free from surveillance and could chat with the women as he pleased. lie assured me that they are like a lot "but In of school girls, except that they have looking far Jess instruction than the average You km Ithiropean school girl, and that they T, h ..,,,,,r..., . m.. , ,..., .,-, "'Y 1, v o u I d worry, his life out with question g about the women of America. women in their curiosity to know bow our omen dress, down to the smallest detail.- how they spend their time, and c u ipecially what use they make of the wonderful freed them' by "American men. om given ...f,,l,reaA3,;,?nuLitx odfr,Z.:mthi ,t,yritholu,s,t-: . wear European dress, the Ve and charchafts be!ng put on only when th,-y go trA of doors. Many of them, too, are studying French and English, 'with native goverresses to teach them, and are reading with a great thirst fur knowledge, such books in those languages as come into their hands. "Are there many pretty ones," the writer aSked the dentist. '"QZ GclUrse ars 4. Lew." boa : ,, . I AVE STARTLED THE WORLD! . 4. 4 S p the public confounded, and pawnbrokers puzzled. We have completely upset the diamond market. , The ; ot know whether he is getting the real or Barrios Diamonds. Barrios Diamonds have all the lustre, fire, Id. 4 vijII stand all the tests of the old mine stones. ' - , , .,Viiff :... Alte- I Snake Ring. ,... en ..--- -I1 We make it a ) ... ' ,,,, ,. t rr-.... point to copy expen4: '1,,1 -161, sive designs only; , API' this ring cannot be , 11100 told from one cost ing $6o; fully warranted; this week 1 BOO 1 I OUR STORE: 415 BROADWAY, COR. CANAL ST. Crowds About the Show Windows Trying to Distinguish the Genuine from the Barrios Diamonds. I . Gold Front Locket. To bold two pictures. Guaranteed f o r five years. Actually worth $3.00; this 1 nn week I AM MAIL ORDERS. A beautiful, brilliant Barrios Diamond, mounted in a good, havy, substantial mounting, either Ring, Pin or Stud, will be sent to any 'address on receipt of $100 In ordering 'state whether small, medium or large stone is desired.- Earrings are $2.00. "but most of them are fat and coarse looking and altogether urnnteresting. You know a Turk doesn't think a worn an is a. figure .. .. ,i ,..P.11 beautiful 111110S3 she has like a beer barrel. "Are they intelligent?" "Some Of them are very. and doubt no many would develop into fine women if they had half a chancethat if they is. had l ietter instruction and a decent re- ligion. It is my opinion, they are get- ting pretty sick of being treated as ani- w" mals :thout souls. More Important. "What would our wives. say if they only knew where we are tonight?" remarked the captain of a vessel beating about in a thick fog. "I wouldn't care what they said." replied the mate, "if we only know where we were ourselves."--(Chicago News. oo 000000000 Ifr ' . Marquise Ring. ' 4 -', ,, The most fashion. .- V 4), ,.- - able for the last two t1. ''..'4 1, --..----- y e a r s; Turquoise, ''b''....(' PilliN Ruby, Emerald, Opal .., 4'1- ..'. - or Sapphire centre; - 4 fr -' 1 aiWri-; regular price $450; ,; q6.0 ' JAI' this week. 1 nn Marquise Ring. 1.00 411:by Scarf Pins. , We have them all sizes Itot-41 of stones; this pin will " answer the purpose of NIN real diamonds, and .no (J1 ' living mortal can distinguish the dd. 1 fin 11 guish the dif 1100 Terence; this week THE CHARCHApp - CHARCHAFF. - CLAIM ,FOrt $36.600 DENIED. -- It Was Made by Isaac R. Hitt, Gen Logan' s Widow and Catherine .Wiltshire. SPRINGFIELD, Ill, Dec 22The court of claims has denied the claim of Isaac It; Hitt, Mary S. Logan, widow: of Gen John A. Logan. and Catherine Wiltshire for $36, 60 The claim was for services alleged to have been rendered by Hitt, John A. Logan anti Wiltshire in securthg the refunding of the direct tax toIllino:s. . 'The claim was rejected because not filed with the state auditor within two years after it matured; that the constitution provided that the legislature shall not authorize payment of claims based on 'Contracts not expressed or plied by law. - ft.rmum&,.,.d6.601 EACH Gypsy Ring. Extra heavy and set , with extra fine stones; , setting as good and ....1,,,,,no made on the same prin. ciple of a gold 1 net filled watch case; this week hUU I Heavy Flat Be Icher N -.doh Gentlemen's Msg. ,, IV tir sr' We are the first to kIntroduce a gold- ' , filled flat Belcher agIIIIIIW,t Ring; heretofore th 1 ey '-1111m10001P were made 1 All in solid gold only; this week huu 0e 4, 4-Carat Earrings. The wires are solid gold. They have all the sparkle and brilliancy of Real Di& rnonds, and seem to be worth Sloo; this 1 rin week. each I 1UU 711 Gold Cuff Buttons. Two sizes, for ladies or gentlemen., set with bright, brilliant stones; seem to be worth stet: this week.... 1 tin i We have sold -t : :.4 thousands o , r Brooches, but never have of. ;" feted a Brooch gtp 4; -.A; of this descripit ,1 tion and quality for anywhere near this 1 nn price; this week sU Ladles' Wreath Brooch. a Set with 6 small but. brilliant ti stones; design is L..- cso6op;iethdisandicannnorti 1 be detected from 7 a brooch worth. week... I BUU EACH Gypsy Ring. xtra heavy and set I extra fine stones; ng as good and e on the same prin. of a gold this week 1.00 envy Flat Belcher entlemen's Msg. We are the first to troduce a gold. led fiat Belcher ing; heretofore they !re made this week 1s00 rat Earrings. res are solid gold. ve all the sparkle ancy of Real Dia. and seem to be 00; this 1 nit :h Id Cuff Buttons. vo sizes, for ladies entlemen, set with it, brilliant stones; 1 to be worth $p: week.... 1100 We hive sold .e., thousands. of El. Brooches, but never have of. feted a Brooch 'e. of this descrip-, tionand quality Lear this 1 AO 311' ftt4 ' itLio , v'cl.KApa Ss tiVo ti& - NTEE stone to 'retain Its inzs to give perfect 0 Or, I , e-linited,Stato il l , 4 refused to re?ace ' - trticles at thii , , , 111 e8 BROADWAY, TEW YORK. OUR GUARANTEE, We warrant each and every stone to retain its brilliancy forever, and the mountinzs to give petfect satisfaction. We will give , 1 000 00 to any charitable institution in the'.1.1nited,Statd if it 4 can be shown that we have ever refused to replacc a stone that did not give satisfaction. ' each of thearticles at thii you receive. 4 s , 415 BROADWAY' , NEW YORK. RETURNS $151000. , Money Deposited in This country Bs- I yond Attachment Said to be Basis of 1 Negotiations for Jernegan's Return. 1 The Boston news bureau yesterday sent out the following: . - "It is true that Rev P. II Jernegan has returned to this country PA which has been deposited beyond at. tachment, but in such a way as to be the basis of negotiations for his rt . turn to this country. It is understood that Mr Fisher, his partner. received a 1 eonstderable amount of money paid to Jerncgan and Mr Fisher's whereaboutS are as yet unknown.. ,t "Besides the $75.000 there Is alm$99'" 6f Mr Jernegan's money 'held up' in this country in the interest of the cornpany. The company itself bas S101.000 cash,- $i-Ako-worth of bullion, $2000 worth i of platinum wire. three houses and two plants at North Lubec. Messrs Sawytr end Usher. the fiscal agents of the company, HISO have $113,000, which ts avallatila ter the stockholders, provided all the stock is turned in and there at no complieations. There is against this money only $18,000 of debts and 940t) shares of stock outstanding.. t The cornpany thus has in sight cash assets of S377.000, or nearly 40 cents per share, that with smooth sailing should be available for shareholders. "Prof Carmichael is operating the works at Lubec and taking gold from sea water, but whether at a profit my: loss cannot at present be determined.' Death of J. Mortimeripearblit KANSAS CITY, Dec 22-3. Mortimer Dearing, capitalist, is dead of brights disease. He was born in Lynchburg. Ira, in 1827. He came west in 1849 snit for a time engaged in freightineacrosa the plains. - , 1 THERE IS A CLASS OF PEOPLE Who are injured by the use of coffee. Recently there has been placed In all the grocery stores a new preparation called GRAIN-0, made of pure grain& that takes the place of coffee., 01 most delicate stomach receives:4 without distress, and but few call tell It from coffee. It does not cost orr 14 as much. Children may, drink, it I with great benefit 15c. and 250. Per package. Try it. Ask for GRAIYA XMAS PRESENTS Sacrificing Prices in. LI eM V" Beet Quality and LeacliniStile Cali 1J 0 1547 on 171 rine AvonS t, Opet) Hvetta.ligA ill S O'Cl.oe!i . SILVER PICKLE JAR r,arfrstgl Ildreufeieryplato: - I Open every evening. A41;:loki, 14715 TREttiONT 11011 Fl 1 Tel re,' ex

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