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HATS OF THE SEASON.
HEADGEAR AFFECTED BY THE
Cical Uiienitr at thar It Una and
tmc Mar Br Either Large ami fbowy
or MaaaJI aa4 Mod pa I -Chw Wrm
itw Turk cariwipodui':
O limit of wiuler
nii!linry nil iu
larg aizes that tli
which wutneii are
now choosing dues
not tnakt tlit im
prrsMoo for sure
tliat otherwise it
would. The fact i
that a very la rue
proixirtiuo of the
nrw hats of dressy
rdar are very lar-, out siuee llif same
l id I--!! trui- of late, and an the largest
of them u (if a feathcri lightness, the
eilreuie air.es do not sei-iu at all out of
ll.e s jr. Iu the KriUK models small ami
ii.ediuiu sites are ut lacking, many of
them dressy enough for any reasonable
ti.ate, lut the prospivt for summer i
that there will be few sizes tietwer-n the
email and aiinnle hat and the large ud
I how; affair. This matter of site is ap
parent, too, not only iu wide liriiuuml
e'irtM, some of these ilrooing and some
I iff. lint iu turbans and like shapes,
miautitiea of which are in hand. These,
new turbaua are not the little snug fit
ting affairs they used to be, but are eith
fr high of crown or wide of brim, or
ften they possess both these character
Mica, The coarse braids of which these
iata often are tuitde serve to ninke them
look even larger than they are.
Of shades there is no end. Those of
urban-like character are numerous, but
Ihe name should be read with the under
(landing that modification has been of
the freest and has been accomplished
SL'Gf'iKSTINfl THK MVERSIT IN MILLINERY.
TYPES OF MODERATE SIZE.
titli great diversity. The disposal of
aide rims may lie quite to the wearer'a
lisle. If her liking ia for a brim that
In. pa throughout ll circumference, she
a.ay have hers that way. If she Hkas
it tunied up ut nne,side, tints it may be,
tnd the upturn may be of the ex tram
t irt that leaves one aide of the liaad al
t.ost bare, or It may be an entirely tnod
i ,ue uplift Then if she baa a finy
ii origUinlity In such matter aWl!
i, -mii more iu touch with millinery ttanl
ids if she ronfeaaea to love Of Indlvl4
j.iliiy. not of fivelty then there art all
.miner of m.ys to curve the brim op
UT or tl r smirily. aud all these weth
ilt. seem equally stilish. If one la mora
I,voimI th.in nnolher, it, Is the droop.
I hh itppcwrs In so many forms, both Id
i c Impc cf the hat and In the trim
, mi's, aa to hint that It may become
tliaiaiientic of the wim.u, but it n u
early as t t tell. Iu summer Lull
of the ganlvu tariely it is a very daiutj
and luMi-fnl eOW't.
Flowers fto-bioued froiu rildniua aui
fioin straw are novel triiuiuing.-i. TLt
straw thiwers are especially iiaeful ii
suggesting lightness and complexity, bu!
nimt standard have demaodvd passa
ble couuterfeits iu the iuxitatiuli bloolu
aud eii-ept iu shape, the straw tlowsi
rauxtot meet thia teat. Their newness-hi-wtvtr,
U immensely ia their favor
Many turbaua are made aud trimmed eu
tiiely wiLh straw, a plaided ur variegate
atraw being used for Uie fauudaliou, ant
a atraw of plain color for the trimming
On the larger turbaua the brim turui
back to the height of Lh crown aud I
baud ia ofteu put midway of thia. Aa
example waa a red aud black aud greea
atraw trimmed with a baud of greea
atraw aud a Ft raw rvaatte. Turbaua ol
finer atraw aometimea ahow wreath ol
small rose on the rim. The back of tin
bat may be either plalu or trimmed, it
an effect of breadth la deaired at tin
bark, it may be obtained with loops 01
two-iuch velvet arranged to lie dowt
over the huir. Elaborate triiumiug ii
characteristic of many birge hats. I.ai-
aud fluwvrs ate rotcbiued without ajipar
eut system. Flowers appear here aud
there in cluatera, aud lace droops au(
drax-s without other rule or reason thai
a graceful, ornamental appearance.
Tiny (lowers are put ia cluatera, ant
large ones may stand alone, in lots o:
two or three, or they may be sprinkle1
about in profusion, though aa a rule tht
Invixli ue is restricted to the arnallei
So diverse ia the near millinery, then
that the choice of a few examples foi
illustration ia not easy, types tiling s(
few that selection of uioustrous novel
ties becomes a temptation. Hut in tn
day's pictures the artist presents had
that are pretty aud stylish, with tin
warning thut there nrv hosts of othert
quite unlike them. The hat of the find
picture was a funcy white straw trim;
n.ed with while lace in whose inesfi
black velvet showed. Wide bluck velvet
encircled the crown und fell on the hnii
In back. In the next picture, at the top,
U a wide bat of pale green chip triiumcti
with piuk roses and green velvet. Ill
wide black chiffon veil was to be count
cl a feature of its ciiibeiliahni.-ul. Al
Its right Is A three-cornered hat of rc
und white coarse straw, finished with i
fancy rosette of soft red atraw. Itelow
these, In order, are a fancy tau straw
picture hat trimmed with black osiil. b
plumes and black silk; a sailor of whin
straw, with pink roses aud white quill
and a blue chip sailor trimmed with blut
Ilk and clusters of white chrysiiuthe
mums. In the next sketch sea, at tht
top, an openwork hat of white guipure
with edge of pink panne, and with pink
tilk and roses for trimming. Ilelo.v nit
a soft tnn straw trimmed wilt lavcndei
Uk and white roses nad leaves, uud
rough brown straw turban topped witk
bunch of double white roses.
NONE TO OPPOSE THEM
RUSSIAN ENEMY FALLS BACK Afc !
Hard t Man Takaa ataa) B aula as Ikiai
f'lgbt, aaa Japaaes erattCed
at OoaaiHiraClva ahaay
TOKIO.-Tbe dtiDC fmd ol
the Japanese arm In Dortliern Korea
Occupied tbe town of Secg Cbeng
festerdMj afternoon witbout uppofti
tiOD. Seng Che rid is on tbe Peking
mad, eighteen miles west of Cbengju,
and ab'.ut. forty miles soutb of Wiju.
When the Japanese drove tbe Rus
iUus out i f Cbengu last Mondat
ttie Rusiuus withdrew Jo two
'oluoiug, one going over tbe KoaK
toad and tbe ether over the Peking;
n ud. Tbe Jaranrse advar ee from
Cbenju was ui-itle veir rapidly. It
was anticipated that tbe RussUttg
would resist this advance, but tbey
lail--d to do so, aud now it Is not
p ob a ble that thete will be any
f irtber opposition soutb uf tbe Yaiu'
Cherftju, bpcause of Its superior
natural surroutirilngg, is tbe strong
est place between Ping Yang and
VMjd. besides these riaturd advan
tages there is an old Korean fort
there, whlcn had it been defended
with spirit, would have been bard
t'i take. The Japanese ate gt itiled
at ttio comp trative ease with which
they drove tbe Russians from this
ftiis-lao pxtrnla are reported to b
in the country east of the Peking
load, bit t is not prohable that)
t i-re 1 any conslderab'e torce off
liusHlans Id that section. The;
puirolsare wlthdnwlng gradually to
tbe norihwitrd, toward the Yalu. i
It is repored that the lie on ihe'
Yalu Is well broken up and In the
future tbe ilver must be cross d
either in junks or over pontouo
To Clean Out Agitators.
DENVER, Cl.,-A special to tht
Republican ftooi Teliuride, Col., I
A detachment Of 200 trnops will
leave here toulgbt on special trains
lor Rldgeway under seiled order.,'
It ii rumored tbey are going to
tiake tbe eipected cleaD up of agl-
Utors In the San Juan district and!
that many men will be deported.
Four alleged agitators, Dames un
known, came to on tbe evening train!
tonight and were promptly lodged
TELLURITE, Ool.-Robert 1).
Meldrum, a deputy sheriff, bas shot
ind killed a uian mmed TbUsel In
the boarding house of tbe Tomboy
Gold Mlnlcg company In Savage,
Baslo, tivK tulles from here. Thlssel
came to where Meldrum and several
utbeis were sitting and began using
rile language toward Meldrum. A
moment later be struck Meldrum in
tie face with bis fist. Meldrum
drew bis revolver and fired at This
lel. tbe bullet entering tbe latter's
ibdomeu. He eiplred in a few
moments. Manager John Hernm,
uf the Tomboy mine, who Is a mem
ber of troop A, and detail f soldiers
were sent to me scene to arrest
' M ARPII ALLTOWN, Ia.-Th
ttrlke of the Iowa miners begins to
assume a serious phase locally, and
tbieatens to take on tbe proportions
Of famine. The Iowa Central is con-
Uscatlng all coul, even thut on cars
routed over other Hues and delivered
to them at connecting point. Tbe
manufacturing Institutions here bave
oot over ten day's supply on band.
DES MOINES, Ia.-Iowa miters
ire secretly organizing a co-operative
coal company, wltb a capital stock
uf 120,000, and will open coal yards
it Ds Moines and elsewhere. The
vbject of tbe nrgsoizatlo'.! is to
reduce tbe price of coal recently ad
vanced by the operators.
Bryan Files His Appeal.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. -Notice ol
to appeal lo tbe state supreme court
from tbe verdict of tbe superior
court was tiled today by counsel for
William J. Bryan In the Phllo S.
lienneit will case. Tbe appeal Is
from tbe finding which excluded as
a part of the will the scaled inter
oy whlcD Mr. Bennett expressed a
w'Sh that Mrs. Bennett sho jld turn
over 50,0i)0 from bis estate to Mr.
Bryan. Henry O. Newton of Mr.
Biyan's counsel said tonight that
tbe appeal would be prosecuted to
tbe last court.
"It Is not a matter of personal
Interest," said tbe attorney. Mr.
Brvan condslders It his duty to
carry out tbe wlsbfcs of Mr. Bennett.
He bas no thought of profiting by
tbe will himself."
Bars Accident Company.
TOPEKA, Kai. State Insurant
Oommlssloocr Lulling today refused
to reissue a llcenso to tbe Aetna
Insurance company of Hartford,
Oonn., to do business lo Kansas,
because the com pa ay refused to pay
tbe accident policy of Dr. II. II.
McCielhn. wbo waa dead la a bail
tub last July. Tbe company allege!
that the dead man waa a victim ol
beart disease iH tbat tall death was
WEST TAMPA, FLA.
CIGAR MAKING TOWN 8UFFCR8 A
LOSS OF S900.000.
BABY BURNED TO DEATH
FIFTEEN BLOCKS OF BUSINESS
?aiarlaa Lm asaakvUj SJsusdretfa mt
faasiiUe f Cigar
TAMPA, Ft -At near at tan be
iwartaioed tba Ire wbicb awept
rVest Tampa this afterooon, but
wbicb at C o'clock was practically
under control, cauaed a loa wbicb
will exceed t3u0,000. Tbe only deatb
loss so far at known Is that of on;
3uhao baby which waa burned In
we of tbe cigar factories.
The factories of A. Ssntaella &
'Jo., Sam Caro St Co., botn of
Chicago; J. M. Martinet and L.
Sanches of Tampa, where tbe
eavlett losers. Tbe Santaella com
pany lost I125,0t)0 worth of tobacco,
besides a large number of One cigars.
Fifteen blocks of business bouaea and
nearly JtOO teoementa were destroyed.
West Tampa baa only a small
water plait, and aa a conaequence
tba water supply gave out. Tba
Tampa firs department responded
to tbe call fjr help and rendered
til possible assistance. Hundreds of
families of cigar makers .are boine
To Figure the Value of Land.
LINCOLN, Neor.-iVhr. taxes one
lalf of one per cent, Interest b per
tent of it costs Ii to raise an acre of
torn and 3 cents a bushel to busk It
ind corn Is worth 30 cents a bushel,
under these conditions what Is ao
icre of land worth lhat will raise
twenty-five bushels of corn per acre?
Solution: Cost of raising 14;
tusking at 3 cents a bushel. 75 cents;
total, M 75. Tweoty-tive bushels at
10 cents equal 17.50 This leaves
profit for tbe use of the land of
8.75, which equals six per cent of tbe
value of tbe land, or a little less
than one sliteentb. Tbe value la
M5.83 ao acie.
Quarter Million Soldiers.
SIIANGIIBI.-A letter received
aere from Kobe, Japan, axvs the
Japanese government bxs 260,000
Iroops In motion, and f ul y 00.000
more under arms In gmlsons and at
tbe depots. These numbeis are ex
clusive of tbe Third reserves, num
terlng 120.000 which have not been
Milled to tbe colors Tbe extct
aumbers of troops which have 1' ft
Japan for their various destinations
tre not known, but the entire first
army bas been landed, and has es
tablished itself in northwestern
Korena, with its miln base at
Cblnampbo. Tbe Japan se general
ttaff still carefully guards the pUn
Of campaign, but it Is generally
believed that It will op ra'e three
armies, each numb ring 100 000 men,
tbe second army landing west of
the Yalu river and the tnlnl army
east of New Chwang. The Iwndlnga
of tbe latter iwo armies will he
easily accomplished, for tbe light
cruiser squadrons can prottot both
It is thought thut the landing of
I heavy Japanese force west of the
outh of the Yalu will force the Rus
ilans to abandon the fortifications
which they have been erecting north
af tbe Yalu for the purpose of porpos
Ing the crossing of the firs I army of
lapanese from Korea.
Jlormona Hold Conference.
SALT LAKE CITY, Ctab.-Tha
leventy-rourtn annual conference of
tbe Mormon church was opened In
the tabernacle today, and was at
tended by more than 10,00 churob
members. President Joseph Smith,
!n his opening speech dwelt upon
the divine protection that bad been
(Iven tbe church, and said be could
see the band of God In Its growth.
Apostle Francis M. Lyman, lo
tbe course of bis remarks said:
"We are here tbat we may have
posterity. We are here that we may
uultlply and replenish the earth."
In speaking of the doctrine ol
II vine relation Apostle Lyman said:
"When President Smith stands up
to speak we know God Is with biro.
We know that tbe Lord spnaks
through that man. It U tbe mind
if the Lord, the purpose of tb
Work On The Orient Road.
KANSAS CITY.-A. E. SMIwell,
resident of the Kansas City, Mexlct
fc Orient railroad, aent word to tht
iffice of tbe aompany in thla city
testerday ahst he had sacuri d ' .
lumber of large snnsrrlptons to the
itock of the conipinv slne his ur
rT.il In New York several dnys g .
E Dickinson, vice president md
?neral manager of the romp my fi
or New Y ik last nlg'it i loin Mr.
Stllwell. Ha wlll'bs gone about two
BARBARISM A PASTIME
SOLDIERS Or KING OF BELGIANS
SLAY AT PLEASURE.
IToxbylcriaa Miuiater From I aitru
Mates THU ur fclfhU Ma Has
VY II netted -Civilization
LOUISVILLE, fcr.-Dr. W. M
ilortison, a southern Preshyterlan'
ninister to tbu Congu Free State, in
i leaking lo the Presbyterian inluls-'
:ts' hsso -ialioo in session here,
rive an imprtssive ecitl of the
i legerl btrharities practiced on the
it'ves of the Contto Free State t'.V
i:ofe holding power, and of the ob-
acles thrown in the way ofthefr
' neclion by the authorities
"I lived with the people for seven
ra'S. I know wh;it j am talking
('out," said Ir. Monison. "Leo
I iid has there a native caonihal
nny of 20. iW tutu, oiliceied by
iViilte Belgians and aimed with re
fating rifles. These men, repre
-niirg the worst and mt savafje
lyp of the natives, were rirstcaugl t
tlien carried far away from their
homes and forced into this military
rvjre. There. Ir. turn, Ihlscanni
l ilsoldicy is used to compel the
i.ativfs to bring iu enormous tribute
tf Ivory and India rubber.
"It is worth noting that tbe king
'f Belgium is today reputed to be
Ihe largest dealer in ivory and rubber
in the world.
"As a result of this forced labor
jnd military service, great and un
speakable cruelties are practiced on
the native petple. I have seen a
number of limes at leHst, e0.000
fleeing Into the foresti to rseape fr in
the ranniiial soldiers ol King Le
p. Id. I have 6een these oi iers
scouting through the forests and,
after catchirg a number of men
whom the government wanted ah
t.itiorers, going away with the cap-'
lives tied tog' ther by rop's aro nd
their necks. Raids upon villages are
belrg tonstantly made, some of the
poplc are killed and eaten, others
arecarriel away into captivity and
l .Id, others are lorced into labor and,
military service. I cstn buy all tbe
s aves you want at Luebo at from
110 to $15 a piece.
"A'hen these raids are made tbe
most awful cruellies are practiced.
Innocent women and children are
killed or captured, bands are cut off
to be taken back to tbe white Bel-
I in officers to show that tbe work
has been well done and great sec
tions are being depopulated.
One of these raids was made near
one t f our mission stations. One of
ntir missionaries went to the scene
tnd counted eighty-one hands cut off
and drying over a tire, to be taken
hack to the Belgium oflieers; forty
five dead bodies were counted lying
"The ilelgium government makes
the usual sterotypesd dental of all
these chargis. I have seen person
ally the governor of the Congo Free
Stite. He von't do anything. I
Inive been in the palace of the king
of Helglum and have seen the most
prominent officials of the Congo
government They won't do any
thli g The English government Is
gieatly Interested in the situation
At the request of Lord Lansdown I
preferred a statement of such out
rages as had come under my own
Consul Roger ''azment, who as
Eniilish and acting American re
presentative in tbe Congo slate, has
just mide a tour of investigation,
and bis report In the hands of our
ij'ivernment at Wasl.ineton presented
a most dep --iraine situation of afTa!:.1;.
Declines To Hold Court.
HONOLULU.-When Judge Kalua
nf the Second circuit court, Maui,
rceiived the report of the depart
ment nf justice at Washington on
the charges brought against blm,
be adjourned bis court and post
poned the trial of cases before It
until June 6. Tbe report did not
recommend that the judge be re
moved fiom office at preset!, hut
declared he should nut be reappointed
at the expiration of bis term which
U oune 5.
Malady Came From France.
WASHINGTON. The department
of sgiicultute has recleved word of
an outbreak of coit, serious horse
maludy, in Van linren county, Iowa,
and an Investigation has been begun
to determine whether the disease
was Imported from a foreign country.
Tbe infection was found among
horses shipped here fiom France.
Woman Accused of Murder.
LAWTON, Okla. Mrs. Throck
ra n ton, her twit tons, Joseph and J.
I) Throckmorton, and her daughtei
Mrs. Llllle Chat'eiton, were ar
rested at Dement, Okla., tonight,
charged "lib tbe mutder of bei
husband. Throckmorton had been
In an Hsvlum for tome time and died
ortlv a tjr returning home. Ad
xamiiiHi Imi of the boMy by the coto.
In i. it s alleed, developed tbe fact
i" t there waa poison In tbt
1 1 1 a t M I M MM MM ww MMj
I NEBRASKA NOTB3 i
Tbe Rev. . H. Jeokt, D. J)., ol
Omaha, visited Dr. Kerr of BaUavw
Mra. Havens uf MUuten was XalUd
while creating tbe B. & M ttaak
near her borne.
About forty students of tht coakg
ire remaining in Bellevae darfaf
thla week of spring recess.
J. S. Rutherford of Beatrice aaa
established a plant lo that city tor
the manufacture of artlcinai builcMng
B. B. Boyd uf Hariogton has a col
lection of Oriental tworas and dag
gers sent him by bit aon wbo it h
Mh-s Agnaa natBeld, cne of taa
college intstuctors at Belle ue. to
spending her vacation at bar boat
n Pawnee City.
The county clerk at Albion is busy,
released chattel mortgages, over ia
aggragating 120,000 having been re
leased in uat day.
Tbe new line of tbe Hone Tele
phone company between Beatrice and
Lincoln will be completed during
tbe present week.
Tbe ministers of Lincoln appeared
before tbe excise board In behalf of
the law and order league. Tbe coo
ference came to nothing.
Miss Edith Wilson, principal ol
tbe public school at bellevue, went
to Omaha Friday to spend Sunday
with her parents.
Jobn biggs, charged with daylight .
burglaiy of the house of L. F. Lang
hoist of Kim wood, was found guilty
by a jury at Plattmouib.
Tho "as Rnutb died at his home
in Beatrice fiow luug trcubte. He
whs 00 years of age and leaves a
widow and s veral cbildren.
Odd Fellows and Rebekah lodges
of Tihla Rock will celebrate the
iuht 7-tifth anniversary of the Ameri
can Odd Fellowship on Apiil 26.
Alhe t E. Fisher, representing the
Bellevue college, Is covering the ter
rl oiy along the Northwestern road
to Oakdale during the vacation.
Dr. J. II. Crabha of Fremont, tbe
oldest practicing physician In tbe
county, Is seriously ill, and bis re
lOvery duobtful. lie is 77 yeais of
The G. A. R. and Woman's Relief
corps of Plat'smoutn tendered a
reception to Mr. and Mts. W. T.
Melvln, who leave soon for Washing
ton. Farmers living near Wayne will
begin legal proceedings against Dr.
Lelsenring of tbat place, owner of
an automobile, seeking to restrict
Clerks in tbe retail stores at Nor
folk Jiave o-ganized as a union, and
bave notified employers that after
Mtty 1 tbey will refuse to work on
A defective flew was tbe cause of
a fire damaging a house belonging
t) Towner Smith to tbe tbe extent
of 1200 at Fremont. Loss covered by
' Joachln Geu, a wel1 known pioneer
of Wist Point, died at the Beemer
sa ul ta riu m from stomach trouble.
He as 54 years of age and leaves a
Evangelist Sunday bas been hold
ing revival meetings in Sterling for
the last six weeks, and it is estima
ted tbat about 1,100 peopl bae
County Assessor Blessing of Dakota
City has resigned bis office on ac
count of poor health. The board of
county commissioners will meet to
name bis successor.
Judge Ilasr.a has convened the
adjourned term of the district couit
at Albion. There is very little busi
ness left for the remainder of tbe
. A largely attended meeting of tbe
Women's Relief corps and tbe Grand
Army of tbe Republic waa held at
Beatrice wltb an enjoyable literary
and musical program.
The three debatera to represent
Crete academy la the debate with
Weeping Water academy have been
elected. They are E. E. Dowse, W.
M. Burton, L. Dowae.
Tbe explosion of a gasoline lamp
in the general merchandise store of
John R. House of Pender caused a
loss of 115,000 to the stock and
13,000 to the building. Tbe latter
la fully covered by Insurance, but
only a 16,000 policy was carried on
tbe stock. Tbe fire Is tbe worat
tbat this city bas ever bad and
would bare been much worse but for
tbe worl- of tbe volunteer tire de
partment and tbe water system.
Mies Helen Longtdorf, a teacher
In the Omaha Farnam street school,
Is spending tbe vacation with her
mother and brotbera In Bellevue.
i Two cannons are to be mounted It)
tbe public park at Fremont by Mc
pherson pMt, Grand Army of toe
Republic. Tbeee canoona were uee4
during the civil war at Fort Gatnea,
Ala., were captured by tbe vunfedec
4tes in 1861 and recaptured by tbe
, union fortea In ltSGt., TbtT beat,
marks of hard wrvlcc.
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