The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923, July 13, 1900, Image 3
H mmmMwmmmiym-nmijgsggiH!& nre-wiitM-w 1 ' c .MlTOIil 1 -".S'.i-'.rSfr r : - nwt "i xvisri i ?f f t&Z- lff- W i A'itf..'K VJ-iJil ffiWt. '"N-' tA .-- V . 'iTt --. -wr J VVA SnillO llaj. 8IIII on the III"" of nil wo (mention Tlie linger of -.nils ssllenci lien. Will tin lost IiiiihIh In unit In' rutilrtl? Will tho flint e.ell.ls over rlu7 O filctiil, nci proof beyond the yenriiltiK This outre. mil of otn hearts f need; Ooil will not mod. the hope Mo i;lvoth; Nh luu Mi' pHiiiipts hIiiiII vainly plead Then let us Httitrh our hands In data- tll'CK, Ami rail 0111 loved imoV o'ei ""' " rr- Some ilny their anus hIi.iII close about in, And tho ohl voices .poult once inoio. -John (.rooii'.cuf Whittle.. THE LITTLE SOCIETY APRON. Tho little apron made Its debut In London society at an afternoon nffalr Blvon hy Miss Paget, the Klrl who is the reigning beauty of tho debutanto season. Tho npron was worn by the fair hostess herself and was so be comingly managed Hint, straightaway, sixteen of London's most exclusive women went home and fashioned an apron like It, Think not thr.t tho apron was or cambric, cal ico, l'a w n nor lace. It was taf feat, an old-fashioned apron such as grandmother wore. Hut of course it had Its redeem ing feature In a very modern rullle of chiffon, which extended all the way around It. Thcro was a tiny pocket of silk, bordered also with chif fon rullle, and the strings were of silk with a very narrow rtifllu upon tho ends. Another pretty feature was the lin ing which was of white lawn, very di aphanous, so that tho color showed through prettily. Tho apron was of medium length and Its color, which was a lovely tur quoise, exactly matched the blue stock at Miss l'ugefs throat nnd tho bunch of ribbons in Iter hair. Silk Apron. iTi ilotucs rennets tnem poriecwy white Kill) a cloth on the soap, npnly to tho tea-kettle, then rub It lightly with a dry cloth, and It will tolled your pleaded fan- in Its bright surface Wherever soap Is needed for cleaning or puilfylng. this will accomplish the pin poe, and far inoie otliiwclously than any other soap or cleansing com pound 1 have ever used. I'oUo of Mumicr. Evoiy woman can. If she will, culti vate the solf-ionttol that miImIiioh the manifestation of feeling in frowns or excessive laughter, says the Baltimore Heiald. Poise of manner may be mndo merely the outward expression of poise of mind, ami the many little worries of life can bo relegated to their proper place as trllles. True ropo.sofulncss Is not the absenie of strength, but its assured possession. Mothers should bo observant of any tendency In their irtowlnc ihlldrou to undue facial dls- torllon In speaking and gently remind them of it until the habit Is cured. It Is dllllcult for tho adult to dismiss a habit once formed, hut It would be wise for every tiling woman and man to establish u close survelllanco over their manner of using tho muscles or the face in speaking. Many of them would be surprised to llnd that every senteiuo is a freslt grimace. Original Afternoon Modes. No words can describe- tho Inventive genius of the world's great modistes, as It is exhibited In the exquisite gowns that are bent forth nt this sea son. Indeed, their resources seem more than adequate for tho great do mnnils made upon them by fashion's leaders. An afternoon toilet that presents something In every sense of the word new Is built of blue voile. The skirt has a graduated tunic laid in a wide box plait at the front and In vory nai low tucks tho rest of the way around the waistline. Tho foundation Is appllquod at tho front with a design In Jade passementerie which is re vealed by tho abridgement of tho tunic. The waist is laid In tiny tucks and has a bolero of Jado passementerie which fastens over a yoke of blue Our rooking feclnnl. Orman Coffee Cake .Make a spongo with one quart of warm milk, half a cake of compressed yeast dissolved In luke-warm water and Hour; cover and let stand over night In a warm placo. In tho morning add a scant cup of butter, a level teaspoonful salt, ono cup sugar, half teaspoonful grated nut mec. and two eggs, beaten, with stifll- i-lent Hour to make dough as soft as( can he handled. Knead well for tlfteen minutes and set In a warm place to rise. When light, roll out In sheets about an inch thick and let ilso to double the bulk. Cover tho top with rich sweet or sour cream, Bprlnklo with sugar nnd ground cinnamon, and bake a light brown. It requires from a half to threo-qtiaiteni of an hour If Hie cake browns too quickly, cover with butteied white paper. Raisins may be added If desired, and the top coveted with chopped, blanched al monds niled with sugar. Luncheon Uolls. Scald half n cup of milk and add to It two table-spoonfuls of sugnr and saltpoon of salt. Dis solve half a cake of compressed yeast in quarter of a cup of luke-wnrm water and add to the milk when It Is luke warm with a scant cup of Hour. Cover, set In a warm place and let rise. Then add two tablespootifuls of softened butter, a well-beaten egg, grated tlnd of n lemon and Hour enough to make a good dough. Set to rise again, and when light roll tint to an Inch In thick ness, cut with small round cutter, placo In buttered biseult-pans, cover nnd lot rise again. Hrush with melted butter and milk and bake. N y 6 J..r la.xScsr V Al PNKVC V7Vcc. rL A -M :wKX raw Thw-E7 ?s.vr n '.Fi-t.r-4.jx x. r ii vms-w i 1 .-. r---r . pm . -ihri'VJ i m . ' ' n- ' 1 foMm. iW O. M&liJ MsMr . u? L r ' i-.,'vi'-iiv!yk & i mczy A Suiitll Ktenlni: lint. Hats for evening are claiming n greater share of attention than usual tills summer. They are very small, and, like tho fashion able gowns, nra made of light col ors. In soft, shim mering fabrics. A very dainty design Is n round toque of bluish green liberty satin. Dainty lonuo. The satin is laid In small plnits for the brim nnd tho crown Is gathered full "-otintl It. It Is trimmed only with a largo bow made of loops of palo greon and blue satin. CT.r Lute Martin J. lUirjell. Martin .1 Hussell. the great Chicago dltot. lnii--e death was lecorded last Aeek, eeni.iil a wide Inllttence In !lvlc nff.tlrs. In politics In social life, tly native talent, by industry, by thrift, iy hottest endeavor, by loyally to the 'ilea hi vvhli It he had formed he paved its vvav to the poMtlon whlih he oc Mtpled. He followed every path of iuty as It lay before hint lie was corn In Chicago In 1 S 1 5 . When the 'Ivil war In tike out he left bl-i books 'or tin liattlelleld lie accompanied his incle. Col .lames A. Mulligan, to MIs Miurl. and was i boson second lleutcu mt a ytai later In IStVJ Lieut, llus jell was appointed assistant adjutant general and .ervod In that rapacity mill mustered out of service. In 1ST0 Mr. Kussell began Ills Journalistic ca reer ns a lepurtet for the livening Post. Later he became a member of the edltoiial staff of the Times, and In ... . A Kllolieu Futry. Really, It Is tho moat helpful "small thing" I have tried In many u day. In ono of the papers that camo to my desk I noticed tho following formula, und knowing tho cleansing properties of each of the Ingredients, I said, ' I will try that." Take llvo bars of good oap (preferably whlto soap,) shavo and dlssolvo !u Just sulllcient water to havo it nice and smooth. When dis solved add two rounded tnblespoonfuls of powdered borax, and ono common nlceil teacupful or kerosene. Heat ln well, so as to thoroughly incorporate tho kerosene. Stir occasionally while cooling, so the coal oil will not rise to the top, pour into a Jar, and tho "fairy" will help cleanse many a soiled utensil or garment with a minimum outlay of strength. Glass, china, or silver came forth shining from suds mado with this sonn; used In cleaning lamp chimneys, they becomo brilliantly clear. Kub hod upon a spot of smut, lamp-blaclc or smudgo on wiping cloths, tho ebony tint fades from sight: whllo a suds The Art of lJttliiK. Iord Hyron, It Is said, used to pro fess Hint tho spectacle of a. pretty woman eating filled him with horror. Theodore Child, of cuisine fame, on the other hand, says that, nfter all, a civilized man devo trlng, with all pos sible cood brccdln.:. a slice of roast beef Is as disagreeable a sight aa ono would caro to look upon. Hut, Mr. Child continues, eating being a neces sity, nnturo and civilization havo tnlt en enro to surround tho operation with everything that tonds to distract tho attention from tho material side, mid they liavo succeeded so completely T 'V'r. fir A -,, & ! MARTIN .1 UrSSKLL. I87C was made editor of the Telegram a paper published by W. V. Storey. Shortly afterward he letnrned to the rimes, and In 1SS3 Joined the staff of the Herald During tho administra tion or President Cleveland Mr. Rus loll was collector or the port or Chicago. Some Rotable JVominatton-r. Speaking or the unanimity or Roose velt's nomination the Philadelphia l-iilletiii expresses the opinion Hint It that not ono man out of a thousand must be extremely trying to sit In a onventlon as a delegate and be iiom knows anything of the physiology of eating or tho chemistry of food. Hat ing has become n social as well as a natural act. It has been sublimated by tho idea of hospitality; the festive board has acquit ed a certain solemni ty from Its connection with gie.it fes tivals of tho family; tho dinner has become the highest function of homo life, a dally act to which no other can bo compared in Importance and results. vollo. An embroidered bolt gleams smartly beneath tho ends of a necktie of heavy Jade colored taffetn. Another costume. In hunter's pink ladles oloth, has a pointed tunic out lined upon the skirt with black stlk braid. Tho Eton opens over a tucked vost of hunter's pink taffeta and thoro Is a deep crushed girdle of black satin. Robert Stevenson. Jr., of Chicago has beon voted tho handsomest man In Sunt nuil bin. "You rnlso a good ileal of garden sass, don't you?" said Jaxon's neigh bor to him over tho back fence. "I'd nil so a good deal more of my wife's sass If I didn't," responded Jaxon without discontinuing his la bors. Detroit Free Press. mado from this soap for bolting kltch-1 Yale. 1900. An ArtUtli' Iniiimitlnu. Mrs. Nlbber. What alls Hint paint ing, Mrs. Fadd? It looks ao queer, and 1 can't quite make It out. Mrs. Fadd. Oh, that's Niagara Falls. I'vo hung it upsldo down. That ovor lastlng running water mado mo so tired.--Detroit Freo Press. Simli Ili'Krettuil, A man can't ho too careful whom ho snubs. What do you mean? Why, every onco In a whllo I'vo enubbod somo plnln pooplo who after ward camo into a lot of money. Bloomlngton Pantagraph. Inated at the same time, and recalls tho fact that (Jarlleld was tho only president who sat In the convention which nominated him, and Seymour mil Ilryau woio tho only other presl Jential candidates evolved from out tho convention chaos of which they vore a part. Hendricks was a delo Mto to the convention or 1881. which lamed him nominee ior vice-president tfter an attempt bad been made lo Itampode It from Cleveland to him; .rthur sat among the New York lelegates when tho victorious antl-.hlrd-terniers tossed the second place :o him like a bono In the closing .ours of the session, and old demo- rntH remember how vonni: .iohll C. Breckinridge sat in tho convention which gave him the vice-presidency )ti the ticket with .lames lluchanan tnd sought In vain to escape the pros-litre. Mr. Crofyer and Ms JVcilhborJ .tnoiig Rl.hiiul Crol.fi'H neighbors In lleiliMlihe there his been a vety general feeling ol disgust at the at tacks Unit have been iiintlo upon thU gentleman hv one of the London unille. I do not know Mr. Croker tnjeiif and 1 have no fondness for the political o.guhl.atlon he bonnes, bill those who have tome Into contact with the Ameilcan politician ptnnouuee him to be one of the quietest and most unassuming of men, friendly, hospi table, and charitable, while showing not Hie slightest disposition to thrust himself Into county society or to "cut a llguiv" In any dluvtlnn. Nell her his politics nor any oilier of Ills views have been obliuded upon his neigh bor's, nor on any tine in (his coun trv. It Is alleged, however (with vvlfit truth I do not know and do not inivi that Mr. Croker has favored the lloet delegates In America, and to suili lengths Is the abuse of 'p.itili'tism ' for trade or party purposes now iar tied, that this allegation is deemed Hiillitient to Justify the raising of n lute nnd try In the London press against an Atneiican citizen who hat paid us the tompllment of acquiring a home in l'nglanil, nnd whose conduit among us has been beyond leproaeb A gtosser bleach of the laws of hoi pUallty. not to say good mantlets, could baldly be committed, even In Hie name of patilotlsm Tititli Gen. Chaffee Off for TeKin. Hen. Chullee has left Washington to take charge of the American land roices In China. Ho Is accompanied by the Seventh cavalry and will draw the bnlanco of his foiccs from tho Philippines. The foiniul orders to (Jen. Chaffee, Issued by Acting Socio tary of War Melklojobn. direct him to "take command of the It oops otdered to China, and to proceed to Pekln by way of San Francisco and Tnku, ac companied by his aids " Tho direction to proceed to the capital of the Chi nese empire indicates a determination on the part of tho government au thorities to havo a strong military force at the seat of the Chinese government. Tho desire to have Hen Chaffee and tills cavalry regiment reach China, with little delay Is such that the ttansport will not stop lit Honolulu, but will continue on her way direct to Nagasaki, .lapan. At that point (len Chaffee will bo In com munication with the war department and will receive fuitlier Instructions. If the trouble Is all over tho troops will go from Nagasaki to Manila. BL.BCT1KICA.L. T'RXMVBT. Fiauris Mat-Daniel an custom in ventor, has Just obtained a patent on tlio electrical eat trumpet shown be low, Its principle being bnfnil on tho well-known fact that persons ilf to 'ordinary soutidt such, for Instance, as tho human voice -can hear tho same sound petfictly plain If pro duced In the presence of a sound of gi eater volume. Theoretically this condition Is probably due to the In lliieiico of Hie ordinary sound waves piodttced by the voice, music or simi lar means acting im sttpcrposod waves or Interfering waves with tho Inllitenio ei cited by lite largo sound waves upon the nerve tenters of the ear In the device tho Inventor ap plies the principle by creating sound waves ftoin tho vlhiatloiin of a tuned reed, which Is set In motion by mak ing und bieaklng an electrical cir cuit. A small battery mid magnet aro used to create the electi leal vlbiatlons, Willi a push button located In a con venient position to close tho circuit when the person desires to hear. Tho reed Is located In the bell of a linnipot. $l 'CSSV3)n. l.Ll.CTRICAL AID TO IIUARINO. which also serves art a receiver and mixer for tho vibrations of the exter nal sound waves and those from tho iced, the latter serving us a vchlclo for tho former. Hen. Chaffee. Spain Is Loohjnil Vp. Tho vigor with which the Spanish government Is enfoiclng tho collection of the new taxes .teems to Inspire con lldence at home In the honesty and ability of the present financial admin istration. The i per cent bonds of Hie gov ernment sold on the Furopean bourses above 7, and the new and pnrol In ternal loan of 1,200,000.000 pesatas nominally equal to 10,000.000-tlc-signed to take up more than half the nation's IloaHng debts, commands premium in aiivanco or us issue. FAfflTA.'Ry 'REFO'RME'R. Lord Ranfiirly, the governor of Now Zealand, has earned for himself consid erable notoriety as a voluntary and lomowhat exacting sanitary Inspector a work which, to say tho least of It, Is not usually regarded as within the icono of vice-regal duties Tho governor has pro- nouiitctl views on hygiene mid sani tary science, nnd ever einco tliero has been danger of the bubonic plagtio being carried from Sidney to Now Zenland ho Iiub heon tho lending spirit In nn ener getic nnd cffectlvo trusade for cleanliness. He has not tontented himself with directing tho movements of sanitary nlllcials, but has personally visited unsanitary neighborhoods, laid baro hidden lources of possible disease and ordered their Instnnt removal. To Soar Abo-Oc the Clouds. News conies from l.urope that the Hying machine designed by Count Zep pelin or Hie Herman army has been completed and Is about to be put to a series of lilals. says the Philadelphia Record. I'mistta! interest Is cenleted on this machine, because of the mag nitude of the scheme mid because of tho association with it of such a dis tinguished name ns Count Zeppelin An Idea of the enormity of the s-rheme may be gatheied from the fact that liefoie any wot I; was begun a Moating const motion plant was erect ed on Luke Constance, I fid foot In length and slxty-Ilv feet high, in the boathoitse the foundation of Hie ship was laid, and slnct then the entire construction has been carried on within Its four walls. Slaves in Uatvi UaUii. The slave owners In Tawl Tawl are Moros. They havo the right to slaves by their religion and havo held them for centuries. In tho past they havo carried on a great business in kidnap ping men, women nnd children, nnd taking them to Hornco and elsewhere for sale. Tliero aro white men still living who have been Moro slnves, having been captured by tho Moros In their ware with the Spaniards. Accoidlng to the Moio laws the father has tho right to sell his children He can sell his wlf I - Jf t- 'Y?"JT'f- -i- far Lord Ranfiirly 'rAALOVK-WAXP. COOK. HUME There are quite a numbor of cos tumes that are now considered corroct stylo for mald-servanU to wear. In deed, In every well-ordered household considerable uttention is paid to hav ing each bervant dreosod according to whnt tho best ruling ot fashion has de emed Is the proper costume. Each nnd every maid In tho houso is pri marily supposed to have a print dross tor the morning, and an absolutely plain block, cool dress In tho aftov- llKnREiS WOBKINQ Al-ROK, CUAMDXSMArD. CORRECT COSTUMES FOR HOUSE SERVANTS. noon. But It Is In the npron and cap worn for purposes of cleanliness, and that thcro Is tho markod difference are only too glad of tho neat appear- between 'cook and waitress, lady s niRld nnd child's nurse and the best class of servants aro quite as ruxIoub as their mistresses to havo every ap pointment correct, for It Is no longer considered a badge of servitude to wear a cap and apron whllo perform ing household duties. On the contrary, the girls aro sensible enough nowadays ance that Is demanded of them. Then, too, like every well turned out cos tume that Is appropriate for the occa sion, the maids' costumes are decidedly becoming, for thero are very few girls who do not look well In their abso lutely pluln cambric frocks or black gowns, with tho npron cap, collar, cuffs and ties that fashion has ap- to roallio that caps and aprons are J pointed as being the latest style. Mystery in tOashington. Ioeked securely away in tho big lafo which Is such a conspicuous fea turo of tho ofllco of tho librarian of tongress, Is a packago which ranks in nystery with "The Man of the Iron Hask," It required tho efforts of four ible-bodled men to placo tho packago h Its present location, and tho quartet remarked at tho tlmo Hint It was tho leavlcst Job they had over handled. This packago, whatever It contains, Is i donation to tho government by a loted collector of curios, tho only stlp ilatlon accompanying tho gift being that It should not bo opened until tho lloeo of tho twentieth century, or 100 roars homo. In "Rich Man's Taradisc. Otto Young, the wealthy Chicago merchniit, tins decided to mid another palace to tho group nt Lake (.enevn, Wis., tho rich man's resort. Here Is a picture of tho proposed dwelling. It will tost n million dollnis, anil is to bo 17fi feet In length, aevonty-Ilvo feet deep, und three stories In height above tho basement. It has a whlto Georgia granite baso, and, above tho stylobato, tho entire face, walls, cornices, bnlus trados, etc., aio finished In whlto Bed ford oolitic limestone, richly carved rJ. A SLAVE CIRL IN TAWI TAWI. and if ho nets Into debt ho soils him self to pay It. Tho debts of fathers cntnll the slavery of tho children, who agree to work ror their creditors until the debt is paid. ..-fe W" -' THE YOUNG PALACE, and decorated throughout. Tho style Is Italian renaissance Tho pavilion ends of the structure aro open through the first story, and form a continua tion of tho loggia at tho center, In tersected nt each end by covered porches, making a gallery or corridor 250 feet In length, by sixty feet in width across thu front and aides ot tht building, Tho enst front haa at Its center a clrculnr portico somo twenty-flvo foot In dlamoter, forming the carriage porch entrance. j JE.W "DICyCLE MOTO"R. A Now York city Inventor has dis posed of his patent rights In tho In genious bicycle motor hero Bhown to a company formed for the purpose The main feature of this device la the unique method of transmitting power from the motor to n friction pulley which Is In contact with tho rear tiro. Tho motor wheel nnd the friction wheel aro each provided V 1 1 h sprocket wheels, the power being means ot small 47i T-y-rHL Ss Friction Motor. transmitted by chains of the kind us)ially seen on bicycles. These mo tors may bo attached to any make of bicycle, tho complete motor and fit tings being sold for flOO. The friction wheel la ot aluminium bronze, and presses on tho sides of the tire, thus avoiding wenr on tho tread. A coaster brako should bo used In connection with this motor In order that tho rider may rest or assist tho motor at xill, Tho wheol hero shown la fitted with n gasollno tank, carrying suffici ent fuel for a seventy-live mile Jour ney. After tho regulating, which Is done by tho rider sotting tho regulat ing lever and giving the pedals a few turna, the ontlro apparatus may bo controlled hy ono lover, located near the handlebar, k A tii ' . .i w i t ,.-.. -.mif-amt'mvmmm . -.----.-,.., ir -,,, w rwHiMHr-E Sif! ceasflPHwi--yi mzimmmm?M&mmm.