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INVENTIONS BY WOMEN.
MINES UNDER THE SEA.
atrvrjltiln frr.ni llarrrl Atlai hwwiU t
The patent ofiVe l WanMuptpn
sUblUhe.1 In K0. ami ibe flii p:ilit
Issued to a woman t 's '" 10 M;,ry
Kle, for rtietlio.1 t mvIu "traw
With llk or thread. Si ,',u'r
en tattled to Mary Hi uMi lr a
eoreet. It wa not until isii tbat more
than one tent a year wan tMicd to
women, la 1SC2 only fourteen utU-nU
vara laaun.l In II1H II UlSt bc'llg ill
Urftpet In any year up to that true
Tha war. however, developed tin- ia
Teutlve genius of women and ibe
Dual number of patents Issued to ttiom
Increased rapidly. Many of tbem wci
for Invention for either nhilns or
Burning device. The Biitwiil l"'"1
creaaetl steadily year by er. In
It waa 60. In 1S0 over S2. In 1MW over
100. ana In 193 over 3i0, From l.v9
to 1SS8 women Inventions vcniKd
10 a year, from 1NSS to IMC. 230 a year,
and since 1M2, ISO a year. A rect titly
published pamphlet Rive a clintfluva
tlon of women' Invention. This rduiwa
that wearing apnrel leads the lint w'tli
160 different patent In thirty month.
Then come rooking ulcntdl with 100
Invention, furniture with 8.". heating
or washing or cleaning appuratus with
40-odd each, sewing ud spinning de
vice and building apparatus with
bout 30 each, educational and medical
apparatus, toy and trunk, about 20
oach. Other article In which women
have tried their Inventive faculties are
baby carriage, barrel and bicycle at
tachment, printing and bottling ap-
naratua. boie and baskets, clocks,
flower, horseshoe, motors, musical Itv
trumenU, plumbing and preserving de
Tlcea. screen, stationery, theatrical au
naratna tnilut article, and typewriter
attachment. Few of the patent Is
ued to women were- for entirely new
creations. Excluding those especially
concerning woiueu's work, nearly ail
the other patent were tor attachment
to aouie previously existing device.
KlKhta of Man.
A United State district lodge In
Arkansas Instructed a Jury that every
where except w ithin hi own house the
law requires a man to run aw ay and do
his best to escape from an assailant be
tore killing htm. The Judge further
said that when assaulted on his own
premises, but outside of his house
man must show his sense of danger by
Sorts to escape before his pica that he
killed his assailant to save himself from
treat bodily harm can be accepted
Thla Instruction wns handed down
from ancient time when weapon i o
assail It consisted of knives, hludgei rs
words, etc., which an active man h.i
some chance of escaping. Dot It la not
applicable to these days of revolvers
and Winchesters, w hose bullets no nmn
can dodge or outrun, and the United
States Supreme court has Brut it to tha
black letter lumber garret. The man
sentenced to eight yours' ImprUonmen
by the Arkansas Judge obtained from
tha Supreme court an order for a new
instruction. This new Instruction do
clarea that wherever a man may be, It
ho has a right to be there and If he lin
not himself provoked the assault, th
law justifies him In standing his groun
and killing his assailant provided th
provable circumstances are such as to
aatlsfy a jury thai he had reaaonabl
grounds for believing and acted on the
belief that the killing was necessary
to protect himself from great bodily
Vlatlor Hear Ilia Huumlna; of tha IN-aan
ar Ihrlr Ursula.
There Is a striking example of man'
boldness In searching for wealth and
hi skill In securing It at Iteiallock.
near Cape Cornwall. Iteiallock I a
bold hendiand composed of huge masse
of hornblende, masked by wa'U
of slate, against which th
Atlantic surge are constantly
dashing. The persevering efforts
of man have at till point been more
powerful than those of nature. The
Alaska Mining Kecord says that the
gloomy precipice of slate, which un
numbered age of sea storms have been
unable to displace, are here cut In
wain by the miner, whose complicate !
machinery cling to tho cliff at places
where It would seem almost Impossible
or an engine to be fixed. Powerful
team engines, stamp mills, and all
heavy machinery required In modern
mining are perched on what at nrsi
might seem Inaciesslble situation. o
that from a distance they look a If
growing out of the crags. All l noise
and bustle, which contrast strangely
with tho nlarldltv of the seaward view.
Kibble" descend fathoms beneatn me
sea, and ascend again with copper or
tin ore, which are wheeled away to
larger beans, where women, boys, and
girl separate the various qualities with
the systematic Industry of worker in a
factory. Everybody and everything
rock, platforms and paths are
smeared with the prevailing red hue
derived from a slight mixture of iron
with copper or tin ore, and then the
very muddy stream flowing from the
stamp mill to the ea has Imparted to
the beach, the breakers, and the foam
the same rubicund tinge. If ore Is
coming up plentifully and of good
quality, everybody Is pleased, and far
down In the gloomy depths of the mine.
which Cornish legends people wun
spirits, the news that a new bunch ot
copper has been struck, or that the
old lodo Is growing richer, fills' the
workers with professional Joy. As tho
visitor creep along the passages Into
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LJ Tuesday eventnu, I. O. O. K. Mall, Loula
vllle, Nub. T. 11. Lucaa. K.c. See y.
nnl'NriLNn. 20. A. J. A.. Cameron, Mo.,
J meeu every wcoud and fourlb Monday
evenlnii. at Fraternity xeuiuie. viaiwri
BLCFK CITY COUNCIL No 7 nieeueveri
VVednuaduT evenlna In U. A. H. ball
Council Hlulta. la
uieeu every Thursday
A. ball, council ill
OMIHA mMMANUEKY NO. 1. (J. A. M
J meets on first, and third Wednesday
eveniniiaot eacb month, at U. A. U. Hall
iiik ft.irtii eiriini.ii HLreet. wmana. iou.
P. K. Haihaway, Comuiauder; 11. K. Ledyard,
By Rev. tUAttLts cuiniquy.
.andery No. t. u. a. m. TpIUS is, without exception, tie best work extant on the
Jay evening In P. 0. 8. ol I ' l . n r
uas.ia. a. m. Humbam subject of the coiTupt practices of the Koman Latnonc
Church and its priesthood.
It tells of the abominable and licentious practices of priests
and nuns in the Romish nunneries and monasteries in language
convincing and entertaining. In short, it is a book that is wor-
,rtT ttie. LOYAL ORANGE imrTUTI0NKmS
accustomed to the or ins Jaa. McNamara, Sec' y 1SU0 Kast 101
until, having become accustomed
darkness, barelv Illuminated by the
flicker ot lamna. he dimly distin
guishes the stalwart gnomes at work,
Coming from the upper world amid the
din of heavy stamps and measured gush
of pumps, the clang of machinery
above and the surge of the sea below.
the rattle of cars on tramway, and the
crowds of men and boys climbing up
and down paths which seem to be too
steep for a goat, the modified silence of
the level strikes some as unnatural,
STATE COUNCIL OK MISSOURI
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Will meet la Chllllcothe. Mo., February
KANSAS CITY COUNCILS
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iroy, new xoraj
M. L. ZOOK, , .
1H1 Hciwara Street. omRDB. neD..
Organlier for department of Nebraska, Iowa,
l ansa, Missouri ana coioraao.
COLUMBIA COUNCIL NO. 15-MeeUeverj
u Saturday nlKht at the corner or Tweuu
ana Cherry streeui, vv. i. cueaver, ivcuuru
lng secretary, lui uauisoo atreet.
nATRIOT COUNCIL NO. 31 Meet everj
i Weduesdav nlKhlat Klgbteentb and Vine
streets, 1'ere.ey 1. Uuuiiu, Uoc Becretary,
The Motor Carriage In the Tropica.
The automobile cirrlage has already
been found well adapted for use In hot
climates, where horses sometimes suf
fer greatly from exhaustion from heat.
The first Journey In India on a petrole
um carriage has Just been made by an
English army officer. The vehicle con
lists of a four-wheeled dog cart, with
accomodation for four persons and two
portmanteaux. It travels at a speed of
from fifteen to twenty miles an hour,
and the cost of petroleum consumed Is
lo per hour. There la no smoke, heat
or smell, and the carriage runs smooth
ly and without oscillation. Steering
apparatus Is provided and the brake
power allows of stoppage within the
distance of a yard. There was great
excitement among the natives. The
Indian coolie has hardly yet become ao
customed to the sight of a bicycle, but
hen the dog cart was seen dashing
alos; without any signs ot motive
power, and the occupants were sitting
quietly at their ease, he was convinced
tt came from the evil one, and might
at any moment go up In a flash and a
cloud ot smoke. St. Louis Globe
WOMAN RIDES BRAKE BEAMS
Had to Take a KnUroad Journey and
There Was No Other Way.
Upon the arrival of a Hurllngton
freight train at Huntley, Mont., a re
cent morning the trainmen discovered
a young and handsome woman and a
boy riding upon one of the brake beams
In approved tramp fashion. The wom
an gave her name as Mrs. Teterson and
said her husband, a barber, had de
serted her and a bnby several months
aeo at nillinKS. Ib-sidea herself and
baby she had a mother and little broth
er to support. A few day ago ' soent
her last money to purchase a ticket for
her mother and baby to Sheridan, Wyo.,
where they have friends, and took the
little brother, climbed on a brake beam
of an outgoing freight, and had been
riding nearly all night when discov
ered. The trainmen gave them a place
In the caboose the remainder of the
Imuvarhlnc a Witness.
Lawyer (tor the defense) "You were
In the saloon when the shooting oc
Witness (for the state) "I was.
Lawver "State the location ot the
Witness "No. 411 Chestnut Btreet,
Lawyer "What was the defendant
doing when you entered the saloon?"
Witness "He was treating the
I "Who! tlrt hA anv?"
Milk Famine In Pennsylvania.
A milk famine now threatens the
northern portion of Pennsylvania.
Grasshoppers are e' ng up the cows'
food and Texas flies are literally eating
up the cows. The milk producers of
Greenfield township are unable to get
bait the supply they ought to have
this time of the year. A milk and
cream dealer drove thirty miles and,
outside of those with whom he has con
tracts, he could not get a pint of cream,
At Lenoxville the creamery is only
doing one-tenth ot the business it ha?
capacity tor, because It can't get th
milk. A few of the farmers have al
ready gone to feeding grain, and that
kelps the milk supply some. An agri
culturist named Morgan, In the Welsh
settlement, has twelve cows which
ought to give nearly ten quarts apiec
to a' milking, and he milks all of them
In one ten-quart pail, and that holds
all the milk.
Liked to KIM Tall Men.
Ldllie Smith, a good-looking young
woman, who, when arraigned In Brook
lyn, the other day, gave her name at
Jane Doe, was sentenced to Jail tot
three days by Justice Laimbeer. Sh
persisted In hugging and kissing all th
-all men whom she met on the streets.
They objected and her arrest followed
On bebalf of the Loyal Oranne Lodge of
the doited State of America.' Dd with a
lew of correcting the false Impression that
enemies are endeavoring to convey to the
mind of men who are unacquainted with
Orar.ne principle, are these few statements
The Loyal Orange Institution I a brother
hood and sisterhood, bound by three ties
Justice, Truth and Righteousness.
It ha no hidden aim
It Is Fiaternal and Benevolent-assisting
and protecting member while living and
their widow and orphan when trey re re
moved by death.
It uphold the right of prlvateTJudgment--
tbe untrammelled freedom of opinion; be
lieve the public school are n essential
safeguard of the state, and should be kept
tree from ecclesiastical or sectarian control
and that persons disloyal to the government
who hold a mental allegiance to the pope
of Home should te rigorously excluded from
It believe primary allegiance 1 due to
the government which protect the live,
liberties and propertle of It cltitrns, and
that ecclesiastical authority should aot'
under any circumstance, be permitted to
meddle In the affair of date, and that coer
cion of acltlsen In the exercise of hi or her
right of franchise, under the guise of relig
ious orsplrltual tuttcrlty irculd if pi-
lshed a a crime against the state.
That It 1 the duty of every cltlten
fend the lawfully constituted authority and
WESTPOKT COUNC1 L NO. 37 Meet every
Krlday night al Went port, W. B. HhUnk
Kec. Secretary, hub fcigUUi street.
Tt reveals the Jesuitical Tlot to assassinate PRESIDENT
ABRAHAM LINCOLN, riving a l.rief history of the'great
GWfflKM hich shocked the whole civilized world.
over drug store.
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32nd on Holmes.
CIIEFKIEXD COUNCIL No. 35-Meet al
13 f hetllelu every Tuurnday night. Thomas
Smith, Kec. r-ec'y, shetllclu, Mo.
ABK LINCOLN COUNCIL NO. 16, AMEKI
nun I'Miifi-tive AM,iH:iatluu meets every stc-
ond and fourth Wednesday of each mouth U
I. O. O. . hall, riatlMiioum, neu. vimunt
member are welcome J. 11. Smith- sec.
AURORA COUNCIL No. 2, W. A. P. A.
A MHtaeverv Wednesday afternoon at 1
o'clock, at the A. P. A. Hall, 437 MlnnesoU
avenue, Kansas City, nan.
PROSPECT COUNC1X No, 81, A. P. A. meets
everv Monday evening at the corner ol
Twentv-miru auu rrosuecv aveuuo. nauaw
City, Mo. Pe rsoua demring to Join may en
close their name, slreet and number, ward
age and occupation, ana uirect to uua ot
Kansas City, Mo,.
America Council No. 7, meet at Wood-
mi's IIh.I1 everv Wednesday at 2 P. in
i,.n, tiiirH street and Lafavelie avenue
. i. VI.. Al. Litinj fim.la will
he cordially wel-cotntd.
Aira. i;. abbott. rreaiueub.
Mrs. Ida I hillipo. Secretary.
CUREKA COUNCIL No. 1, W. A. P. A.-Meel.
second and fourth Tuesday afternoon )
t 0 clock In the A. r". A. Mail, soutneaai cor
ner Packard and usage avenue, Armuuruaia
Visitors are cordially inviteu toatteuu.
I Yirtnir. AWAKR COUNCIL No. le. A. P. A
to de- W '
meet every Friday night at 16th an
L Koad. OrlKBby'B hall, It
vansaa City, Kan.
And the Confessional,
By Rev. Chas. Chiniquy,
This book particularly deals with the practices of the Roman
Catholic Church with regard to Women and the Confessional.
It is neatly bound in cloth and will be sent to any address in the
United States on receipt of
Institution of our country (gainst corrupt EXCELSIOR COUNCIL NO. 8, W. A. P. A
il Influence, a well as against meeta on the first ana inira
aimed assailants, to the end that our glori
ous freedom be protected and transmitted
unimpaired to posterity.
It encourage bablt ot frugality and in
dustry smcDglts memher. and l proud to
boast that Orangemen seldom become a
luWIc charge or accept pauper bread.
It believes In the restriction of Immigra
tion and the extension of time for the natur-
alltatlon of cltlten. sua mat inepuouc
srdsrtall te held for actual American cltl-
mhn r.err.mp settlers.
Iha lival Orange lustltullon of the
United States of America has certain
Meetsevery Saturday evening at 7 mm- . A i-tT. tn Ti.
V lSlVUrt 1 ivuivi vv www
Witness "He said: 'Mister Beaure-
card will you and Mister Blublud and reculiement for n-emterthlD:
a n,uv. n,, That a man shall .be an actual Amerlo
Mister Cornbred and Mister Jefferson
loin me iu a drink, suns?' "
Lawyer "Your honor, tne defense
rests. I would respectfully budiiih w
this intelligent Jury that there are not
six plain misters in the whole state of
Cltlren, having compiled with the lawsof the
United Mates witn regara to naturalization,
and without a mental reservation.
iVi.t th aniillrant shall be a Protestant,
and also that hi parent and wife shall be
That he shall be thrifty nd successful In
hi business; honorable and truthful In hi
dealings with hi fellowman, and shall be
lm wn as a law-abiding cltlren.
That h will endeavor to give his children
or ny children under hi charge at least a
The Poslorflee In Hlndoostan.
The postofBce In India not only col
lects and delivers letters, parcels and
other articles, but acts to a certain ex
tent as a banker to the general public,
sells Quinine and salt, pays military
oenslons. and collects the revenue ac-
erulng to the government rrom iana
and other sources. But to the fertile
brain of one of the oldest officers In
the department Is due the latest devel-
onment li the work of the postomce.
The Punjab postofflce has come for
ward as an elementary teacher. It not
only collects letters and delivers them,
but teaches boys in elementary schools
how to write them and address the
The Club-Woman's Husband.
The world moves. A man went re
cently to a London police court with a
complaint that his wife locked htm out
when he returned from work and as he
sat, tired and hungry, on the door
steps she Jeered at him. "She belongs,"
he said, "to a club and goes out alone
to it If there is not a hot supper wait
ing for her on her return, even at 2
o'clock in the morning, she throws
things at me." The court could do
nothing except to advise him to take
the discipline of his household into his
own hands, so he went disconsolately
home, thinking probably of the things
she would throw at him If ha attempted
to follow tha counsel ot the magistrate.
rod common school education, being care-
That be shall be
ul to avoid all
tilth doctrine, and
In sound health at tne
tint of making application,
it n,k nn difference where a man
born, so long a he meet the foregoln
tha Qualification reaulred O
va.v aniirant In the order, and we do not
think that ny patriotic American order can
offer a oetter arra oi oriuciyiei auu
uftom.Min of ehch month, at ii:du o clock, a
Heirs ball. Southwest uouieyaru, near ataw
line. Roaedale, Kansas, frlenug oi oilier
.xinplla art) cordially Invited to attend
Every true American iaay ia iiiviitu iu rami
and Join us. aod assist in tne goou wor
PATR CITY COUNCIL No. ft, A. P. A
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nesota avenue, Kansas City, Ka.
rotlNCIL No. 7. A. P. A. Meets every Mon-
dm evenlni at Chamber of Commerct
Ball. Rivervlew. visitor coruiau; inviteu
ronNClL No. 11. A. Y. A. Meet at Wood-
w surri'a Hull everv Tuesday evening at 8 V
m ihuni. Third street and Lafayette avenua
A cordial invitation is extended to vlsitlni
TOPEK A COUNCIL No. 14. A. P. A.-Ueeh
1 everv Monday evening In A. O. U. W. Hal;
418 Kansas avenue, Toueka Kansa. Al
visitors will De cordially weicomeu.
rvtlvlr Council. No. 1. W. A. P. A. of Kan
sas City, Mo., meets every Friday afternoo
at 2:30 o'clock at 1W Penn 8t. Address, PoV
once box ill, Kansas City, Ma
Sunflower Lodge, L. O. L., No. 264, meet
second and fourth Tuesdays of each monta
at Clatlln'a ball, corner oi mil
Invited to at
Naughton. Secy.. 715 Reynolds Ave.
I.lhert Council. No. 15. Jr. O. TJ. A,
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Remit by bank draft, postal or express money order, or by regis-
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ARGENTINE COUNCIL No. 12, A. P
" Meets every Monday night In N
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American Orange 'Knights
ThU order Is formed of person whose oN
iect 1 to maintain the supremacy of lw
order and constitutional freedom; to pre
serve Inviolate the cltlten' franchises! l
fierpetuate and defend the precept and fre
nstltutlor of civil and religious liberty
guaranteed by the Constitution of the Cnlttt
State and established by our forefather.
PBO ABl T TOO.
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Viultitir brethren are cord ally Invited
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Fourth stieet and Minnesota avenue, Kansat
City. Kan. Samuel Harrison, v. at. nm
Ballagh. ecretary, 537 Northrup avenue
Visiting brethren cordially Invited.
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every Wednesday night at McOeorge's
hall. Roaedale, Kas. All friends cordially
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. . . Students Enter at Any Time.
INDIVIDUAL INSTUCUCN. MODERATE EXPENDS
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