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Merger Hardware Co.!
Montague Observer.
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MONTAGUE. MIGIf. JAN. 6, ,4910.
IRTY-SECOND YEAR
New
Potato Situation.
LOCAL NEWS
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NUTRITIA
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Nutritia for nutntiousneas stand
Is made from the best flavored wheat in the and;
Nutritia, the flour thnt now by test,
For bread, cake and pastry does prove iUelf best.
For the man of labor, or child at school,
For the man of business, young or old,
For strength and vigor and healthy blood,
Nutritia is the best of food.
Ask your grocer for N u t r i l l a F l o u r g e t It of t h e
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W I S H YOU ALL A HAPP Y N E W YEAR.
I want to heartily thank you
for this past year's business, and
hope to merit your continued
patronage.
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Scbool will begin n e x t M o n d a y .
L v n n S m i t h Is able t o be o u t again
a f t e r t w o weelca sickness.
W. E. O s m u n h a s been condned to
his bed by s i c k n e s s t h i s week.
Killed by a Train.
E v e n t h e m o s t experienced of proClaude W. D e l m a r t e r , 26 y e a r s old, a
d u c e d e a l e r s a d m i t t h e i r inability to m a c h i n i s t , employed In t h e m a c h i n e
forecast t h e o u t c o m e of t h e p o t a t o d e p a r t m e n t of t h e S t a n d a r d Steel
situation.
Car works, H a m m o n d , was accldently
T h e second f u l l c a r of potatoes for killed T u e s d a y n i g h t when he was
t h i s season was s h i p p e d M m Shelby s t r u c k by an e n g i n e while on h i s way
t h i s week and t h e dealer t4ok a loss home from work.
A n d r e w FlemlnK of Muskcgou did
of over $,'>0 besides his t i n ^ , sioraKe
A t t h e s a m e t i m e t h e lives of t w o
b u s i n e s s In t h e village y e s t e r d a y .
a n d use of t h e c a p i t a l iuvofled.
o t h e r men, T . M. Wilkinson a n d JT h e L u t h e r a n l a d l e s ' society m e e t s
Every dealer who has s t a k In stor- Railing, fellow omployesof D e l m a r t e r ,
t h i s a f t e r n o o n w i t h Mrs. F . K e l l e r .
age b o u g h t earlier in t h e s c sou would were e n d a n g e r e d . D e l m a r t e r c a m e to
D r . and M r s . - H a r r i n g t o n s p e n t N e w gladly u n l o a d a t a 10 per ccijt los.>.
H a m m o n d t h r e e weeks ago f r o m MilY e a r s w i t h r e l a t i v e s in G r a n d Rapids.
T h e p o t a t o m a r k e t tiicr.lore m a y waukee, W i s , a n d boarded a t t h e
F r a n c i s Mataon w e u t t o Chicago he a p t l y described as a "deali one " A home of T . M. W i l k i n s o n , 315 W a l t e r
T u e s d a y n i g h t where he h a s employ- p r o m i n e n t local dealer r c ^ n t l y re- s t r e e t . H i s home Is a t M o n t a g u e ,
m a r k e d t h a t ho was about ready to whore bis p a r e n t s live. D e l m a r t e r Is
ment.
J u d g e Russcl of H a r t was e n t e i t a l n - p u t a " F o r R e n t " sign on bis ware- single a n d lias a m a r r i e d s i s t e r in
Hegewlsch. Ho l l v - d less t h a n an
ed
a t t h e h o m e of M r . a n d Mrs. W. E. house a n d t a k e a vacation, i
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A n u n u s u a l c o n d i t i o n Is
to e x i s t hour a f t e r tho a c c i d e n t occurred and
Osmun Thursday.
t h r o u g h o u t M i c h i g a n potat^r produc- died a t S t . M a r g a r e t ' s hospital, his
Byron a n d R i c h a r d J o y of Muskei n g sections. More t h a n 75 per oen
l e f t leg h a v i n g been c u t off a n d his
gon s p e n t a few days w i t h M o n t a g u e
of t h e season's c r u p Is Hti?r In t h e bead a n d a r m s h a v i n g been badly
f r i e n d s l a s t week.
h a n d s of t h e urowers a n d on^y a s m a l l b r u i s e d .
T h e r e will be work on t h e second portion of t i i a t disposed
Mr. Wilkiuson told of t h e a c c i d e n t
degree a t t h e F. & A. M. h a l l t u m o r - shipped t o t h e com
a r k e t s aa .follows: " D e l m a r t e r a n d myself
row, F r i d a y n i g h t .
hence It may be safely
were in t h e h a b i t of w a l k i n g t o and
T h e C a t h o l i c W o m e n s S e w i n g circlc 90per c e n t of t h e c r e p
from uur work. We were on o u r way
1 will m e e t w i t h Mrs. Cbas. O h r e n b e r g h a n d s ol ( h e grower y r
hot pi H as t n i g h t , a n d in our c o m p a n y
or T h u r s d a y , J a n . 13.
t h e drst d e a l e r ^ WatiMr Railing. D e l m a r t e r took t h e
T h e price Is now 2«>o a n d
<?rs de- lead, I followed a n d R a i l i n g b r o u g h t
Miss Mess I e M a t s o n
returned to
T o l l e s t o n , I n d . , to r e s u m e h e r school c l a r c they a r e n o t unxiu
up t h e r e a r . T h e a c c i d e n t h a p p e n e d
figure. O n e buyer s t a t e s I
work S u n d « y n i g h t .
n e a r Columbia a v e n u e . We
were
Howard D u r h a m was contlned to bis been offered ar large q u a u t i t
w a l k i n g west on t h e t i o r t h t r a c k . 1
h o m e on a c c o u n t of illnosa t h i s week. b u s h e l In thc pit a few
looked behind me a n u m b e r of t i m e s ,
this station.
b u t saw n o t h i n g e x c e p t i n g w h a t lookMiss Alice L e c u s h a s resigned h e r
G r o w e r s arc generally con
it t h a t ed likf t w o dim s w i t c h l i g h t s . As
position a t t h e t e l e p h o n e e x c h a n g e
t h e r e will jje an Improvemen of con- were walking on t h e Nickel P l a t e
a n d Is succeeded by Miss L o u i s e K o o b .
d l t i o n s w h e n business r e a d j u
ISeir t r a c k s , we expected t h e 6:02 L a k e
Mrs. A. F . Casselman r e t u r n e d home a f t e r t h e holidays. An
S h o r e >>ubui ban t o pass us any m i n Monday f r o m a vli.lt w i t h her d a u g h - show l i t t l e disposition t o slim
away ute. b u t instead a f r e i g h t t r a i n c a m e
t e r , Mrs. B a t W h o l a n , In M i l w a u k e e , t h e snow t h a t now covers t
along on tlie s o u t h t r a c k .
David B a x t e r r e t u r n e d t o t h e Uni- pits a n d m a n y . o f t h e m hav< grown
T h e noise t h a t It m a d e p r e v e n t e d
versity of Chicago S a t u r d a y a f t e r o t h e r c r o p s t i i a t m a k e pqtifncs of
us f r o m h e a r i n g tlie a p p r o a c h of a
s p e n d i n g a p l e a s a n t vacation a t home. m i n o r Impmttance, a l t h o u g h
lew d e a d head and caboose, which was
Mr. and Mrs. F r a n k Coleman re- price for t h i s s t a p l e crop *llouHly c o m i n g upon us f r o m t h e rear on t h e
t u r n e d Monday f r o m a m o n t h ' s visit effects m a n y and h a s a d e t c r r i : g in- n o r t h track onj w h i c h w? were walkw i t h Mr. Coleman's b r o t h e r in Wla- fluence on t h e business of t b s com- ing. A s I r e m e m b e r It t h e i e was no
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big h e a d l i g h t on t h e rear of t h e e n >(
T i l e in7nft^ity~^n(f'social b u s i n e s s
T h e tax roll was recelv«' ' ^ l ' , e gine, which was runnld'g b a c k w a r d ,
m e e t i n g of t h e C. E. society will m e e t t r e a s u r e r Monday a n d a t o n c e L f ^ r e t t l p p u l l i n g t h e caboose. Railing, howevdiscovered t h e d a n g e r in t h e nh'k
a t t h e h o m e of Rev. a n d Mrs P i l l , of t a x payi rs besieged t h e tax (olicc-T
meter.
tion, a n d all who come are beiig ac- of t i m e for US,~OUL noPTO' I l e i m a r t e r .
T o m O ' L e a r y a n d T o m G a y n o r ret u r n e d t o A n n A r b o r Monday a f t e r
visiting M o n i a ^ u e r e l a t i v e s for t h e
holidays.
commodated'. T l i e t o t a l t a x nil is
1902640. T h e r a t e In school Dl*. No.
2 i s & f t o on a 1100, and In t h e p t h e r
d i s t r i c t s a b o u t o n e a n d a half petcent.
R a i l i n g J u m p e d t o t h e side of tlie
t r a c k a n d yelled t o D e l m a r t e r t o
j u m p . He h e s i t a t e d a m o m e n t t o
look a r o u n d a n d lucjure I n t o t h e cause
-i.. wmmrnmmmmmmmnmmmmnmmmmmmg
Leslie W a t s o n r e t u r n e d t o ( hicago
T h e s c a r c i t y of coal a n d t h e con- for our a l a r m . T h a t secobd cost him
l a s t S a t u r d a y t o r e s u m e his sludit-s t i n u e d blocade of i b c rallroabt is h u life. He tried to clear t h e t r a c k ,
while Miss E l e a n o r will r e m a i n a c a u s i n g c o n s i d e r a b l e a l a r m amoi^ t h e b u t failed. Tlie e n g i n e c a u g h t bis
week longer.
users of coal In t h e t w o towns. ."The l e f t foot a n d ground h i m u n d e r t h e
J . T>. P o t t e r
is
contined t o d e a l e r s a r e a b o u t all o u t . T h e HDn- wheels, d r a g g i n g a n d p o u n d i n g him
along t h e ties for nearly 100 y a r d i .
tlie Largest a n d best Line of
£ his home for t h e p a s t week w i t h t h a t t a g u e I r o n W o r k s had t o close ^ w n H e Wits still alive when we c a m e t o
e x t r e m e l y p a i n f u l a n d d i s a g r e e a b l e l a s t n i g h t a n d c a n n o t r d s u m e i -r^.>rkmait<'^r.)o
u n m s u i i t ^ i , y-goV thoT.- c...il' , V> s c.h h . s shir.
m a l n d y . t h e shlrtj/lcs.'
a n d t o g e t h e r we took him t o t'he J . T .
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T h i s issue a t tlie O b s e r v e r is delayGoodwin, on S u m n e r s t r e e t , where
F o r snow, cold and cloudy weatli^r
ed on a c c o u n t of t h e t i e u p of t h e
t h e a m b u l a n c e was a w a i t e d t o carry
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f r e i g h t t r a i n s a n d t h e f u l l u r e of our
t h e u n f o r t u n a t e young m a n to t h e
records for D e c e m b e r weatiier. Durpaper t o r e a d ) us on t i m e .
m d
h o s p i t a l . Mr. D e l m a r t e r has been
M r . a n d Mrs. Geo. K n i p p e n t e r ' u l n - ing t h e p a s t m o n t h only t h e nudest hoarding w i t h us since he c a m e to
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ed t h e i r t w o sons a n d t h e i r f a m i l i e s
H a m m o n d , a n d I have found h i m to
f r o m Iowa d u r i n g t h e holidays and were 27 s t r a i g h t days of snowfi/l in be a m a n of e x c e l l e n t c h a r a c t e r . "
December,
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had a m e r r y f a m i l y r e u n i o n .
T h e I n j u r e d m a n was t a k e n to S t .
of t h e m o n t h were t h e only d ^ s in
ever shown on W h i t e Lake. We will be pleased to EE H a r r y Mals«n a n d Charley S t o r m s , which no t r a c e of snow was rer r d e d . M a r g a r e t ' s hospital In K r e b s & B u r n s '
t w o well k n o w n youoK men of M o n t a a m b u l a n c e . He lived a b o u t t w e n t y
show you the many different Styles we have in stock 3 gue, hav» gone to N o r f o l k , V i r g i n i a , O n s o m e of t h e o t h e r days t h e snow m i n u t e s a f t e r being t a k e n t h e r e . — T h e
fall was light, b u t s t i l l a t r a c e of It
Lake County Times, Hammond, Ind.
was s e e n .
and quote you the very reasonable prices.
Come § where t h e y h a v e Joined t h e navy.
Claude's tragic and untimely d e a t h ,
T h e L a d i e s Aid s o c i e t y will m e e t
early while the assortment is large.
; w i t h Mrs. Wm. H a w k s n e x t Wednes- A r u m o r was In c i r c u l a l l o i last w h i c h c a s t a deep gloom over t h i s vilweek t o t h e e f f e c t t h a t Geo. A r m day. A f u l l a t t e n d a n c e Is desired. It s t r o n g had been s h o t by a l$nd of lage, was a n e x c r u c i a t i n g blow t o his
p a r e n t s a n d s i s t e r s who h a v e t h e deep
being t h e a n n u a l election of offlcers.
desperadoes in O k l a h o m a win re be
A c o u n t y road I n s t i t u t e for tlie now resides. T h o s . A r m s t r o n t tele- s y m p a t h y of all.
T h e r e m a i n s arrived here l a s t F r i c o u n t i e s of Muskegon, N e w a y g o and g r a p h e d t o his b r o t h e r ' s lume In
O c e a n a will be held in t h e c o u n t y O k l a h o m a t o verify t h e repo , and day e v e n i n g a n d t a k e n t o t h e grief
coi r t house a t MnskeK^n 'in J a n . 18, got a reply back t h a t his b r o t h i j was s t r i c k e n iiome of d e c e a s e d ' s p a r e n t s
T h e f u n e r a l was held S u n d a y m o r n i n g
The finest and biggest line ever displayed i n o u r ^ 5 1910.
a l h e a n d well. I t m u s t havi been
in c h a r g e of t h e local Masonic order
A house p a r t y f r o m Muskegon were some o t h e r Geo. A r m s t r o n g of Oklabig store. See our new patent club skates.
of w h i c h deceased was a m e m b e r . A t
e n t e r t a i n e d a t t h e home of Mr. a n d homa who was killed. t h e no ce of
10 o'clock t h e Masonic r i t u a l service
Mrs. F . M. C r a n e over New Years. which a p p e a r e d In t h e s t a t e p i ers.
was p e r f o r m e d a t t h e home, a f t e r
Tlie g u e s t s were Misses D e i t r l c h a n d
T h e worht blizzard of t h e season which f u n e r a l services were held in
A m l o t t a n d Messrs. N l m s a n d D r a U .
s t r u c k t h i s section of t h e st.ata Tues- t h e M E . c h u r c h by Rev. C. J . Kruse.
T h e Fai well S u n . published by C. day n i g h t . T h e n e x t mornlnf huge T h e f u n e r a l was very largely a t t e n d e d
C. Coors f o r m e r l y of t h i s vicinity, Is a barricados of snow were fo^nd In a n d t h e lloral t r i b u t e was very b e a u t i wholesome visitor a t t h i s office. Mr. f r o n t of m a n y houses, and in) many ful.
Montague,
Coors le p u t t l n K ' o u t a very n e a t a n d I n s t a n c e s four o r live f e e t of sn »w h a d
A large n u m b e r of M o n t a g u e and
newsy s h e e t .
t o be t u n n e l e d t h r o u g h . T h e t r a i n s W h i t e h a l l Masons a t t e n d e d In a biKly
T h e r u r a l c a r r i o i s s t a r t e d out- yes- were badly stalled and t h e schedule a n d m a r c h e d a t t h e head of t h e f u n
t e r d a y b u t wore u n a b l e t o Kcji t h r o u g h . demoralized. Tile 9:20 t r a i n T u e s d a y eral procession to Oakwood c •metery
T h e r o a d s are badly d r i f t e d and it n i g h t c a m e along a b o u t m i d n i g h t and where tlie last sad r i t e s were p e r f o r m will be ftometlme b e f o r e t h e c a r r i e r s was h u n g u p a t W h i t e h a l l all n i g h t . ed over t h e i r deceased b r o t h e r . T h e
A b o u t ten o'clock Wednesday morn- omployesof tlie M o n t a g u e I r o n W o r k s
can cover t h e i r e n t i r e r o u t e s
Mr. and Mrs. F r e d H a e h n e l a n d son ing t h e snow plow got t h r o u g h f r o m also a t t e n d e d the f u n e r a l services in a
arrived here Monday f n ^ n P o r t l a n d , Muskegon, followed by t h e llrst pas- body.
Oregon, w h e r e t h e y havf. resided near- senger from the kouth since T u e s d a y
Ciando W. D e l m a r t e r was born O c t .
10 o'clock 8, 1887 In Claybanks, w h e r e he resided
ly t h r e e y t a r s . T h e y w t j ; spend t h e a f t e r n o o n . Y e s t e r d a y ' s
w i n t e r h e r e and t h e y are undecided and 3 o'clock t r a i n s and a snow plow unt il t h e age of 18, when he became u
w h e t h e r or not t h e y ^ ' l l r e t u r n to were stalled for several hours. T h e r e m a c h i n i s t a p p r e n t i c e a t t h e MontaManufaoturer of and dealer in
h a s been no f r e i g h t since Monday.
Oregon n e x t S p r i n g . 1 /
gue I r o n W o r k s . A f t e r being emE. B. Flood, t h e ShegA p h o l o g r a p h Carl Schuessler, who has been a ployed wllli t h a t c o m p a n y for 4 years
er, will open a b r a n c h j l l l e r y a t Mon- valuable addition t o t h e P r e s b y t e r i a n he l e f t for Chicago a n d becamo a n emt a g u e n e x t W e d n e s d a y w h e n a f r e e c h u r c h choir d u r i n g t h e two y e a r s of ploye of t h e G r e a t L a k e s S h i p Buildp i c t u r e will be given jfij&U who call on his resldenue In M o n t a g u e , 4 a s t h e ing Co. a t So. Chicago. A f t e r t h e
t h a t day. D u r i n g thlcftrinter m o n t h s g u e s t of h o n e r a t several social f u n c s h i p y a r d s closed he worked for t h e
Mr. Flood will b e a t t C ' Montague gal- t i o n s l a s t week. T h u r s d a y e v e n i n g G r e a t L a k e s Dredge it Canal Co. Aflery every W e d n e s d a w
Mrs. H. B. Carieton gave a musical ter leaving t h e lakes last s u m m e r and
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a r t y in his honor and music of sever- t a k i n g a t r i p W e s t as f a r as Denver.
N u t r i t i a is t h e best . j r today,
al varieties was e u j o y e d . A large Col., he r e t u r n e d to l l a m m a n d , Ind ,
T h a t Is w h a t all t h e " f o p l o say
Who have used It a i s H y it a g a i n ,
b a l l o n p u d d i n g In the ce tor of t h e and accepted a position with t h e
And t h e n recomnltlou. it to t h e i r t a b l e w i t h ribbons to each ones place S t a n d a r d Car and Steel Co.
friend.
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H e leaves a m o t h e r a n d f a t h e r , live
caused m u c h m r r l m e u t when a t t h e
Ask your grocer for " N u t r i t i a
u n m a r r i e d a n d one m a r r i e d sister.
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F i o u r . " A p e r f e c t blend of Michigan
p u d d i n g was found a I: )ru to s u i t t h e
a n d Minnesota p a t e n t .
If you have any lumber I can make it into anym uslcal e a r of each g|iest. Delicious
C a r d of T h a n k s .
r e f r e s h m e n t s also addi d to the enjoyOn T u e s d a y evening, J a n u a r y 11th,
rhlng you may wish, promptly and at lowest prices.
We wish to express our g r a t i t u d e t o
t h e Montague C h a p t e r of t h e M. E.
t h e M o n t a g u e Lodge, No. 198, F . A A. a b l e occasion.
T u e s d a y e v e n i n g the choir were B r o t h e r h o o d open a series of m o n t h l y
M., employes of M o n t a g u e I r o n V ' o r k s ,
Ladies society a n d C h r i s t i a n E n d e a v - royally e n t e r t a i n e d qt t h e home of m e e t i n g s of a c h a r a c t e r and on a scale
or of t h e P r e s b y t e r i a n c h u r c h , and Mr. a n d Mrs. F. M. . C r a n e . S u n d a y
our many f r i e n d s for t h e b e a u t i f u l m o r n i n g Rev. P l l l n e l e r presented never before a i t e m p t e d her^. T h e
floral offerings s e n t , and for s y m p a t h y Mr. Schuessler w i t h a \ h a n d s u m e bible m e r e reading of t h e p r o g r a m will
n^xt to the City Park. Whitehall.
shown us d u r i n g our l a t e b e r e a v e m e n t , f r o m t h e c h u r c h In appreciation of hi alone suffice t o impress everyoue t h a t
t h e d e a t h of our dear son a n d b r o t h e r u n t i r i n g efforts
In t"h e choir. A few s o m e t h l u g unusually g r e a t is p l a n n e d .
"
Claude.
weeks ago t h e choir hemselves surP e t e r H. D e l m a r t e r , Mrs. Elizabeth prised Mr. Schuessler it nls home a n d T h e s e m e e t i n g s are limited t o men
D e l m a r t e r , Pearl, Mae, Violet Louise p r e s e n t e d him w i t h a line rocking only, w i t h t h e exception of t h e cona n d Mabel D e l m a r t e r a n d Mr. a n d c h a i r . Mr. Schuesslei will be missed c e r t and ladles n i g h t . B u t every man
of Hie c o m m u n i t y Is not only cordially
Mrs. H. B. Reed.
In t h e musical functlc i of the c h u r c h Invited, b u t urged to be p i e s e r t .
a n d elsewhere.
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T h e n e x t o u m b o r of t h e W h i t e h a l l
lecture course it t h e M. E. c h u r c h
will do held Monday e v e n i n g , J a n . 10,
when William G o r h a m Mllar, o n e of
"ho m o s t g i f t e d a n d versatile m o o o l o
ktlsts In t h e c o u n t r y today, will a p p e a r
w i t h o u t t h e aid of scenery or change
of c o s t u m e a n d r e n d e r
an e n t i r e
d r a m a . He d e l i n e a t e s each c h a r a c t e r
so clearly and powerfully t h a t you
c o m p r e h e n d the full m e a n i n g and
m o v e m e n t of t h e play w i t h o u t difficulty and feel its h u m o r and pathos. I n
Impersonating Shakespearean Tragedy or Modern Comedy he is equally
realistic. He Is a n accomplished actor of high m e r i t , possessing t a l e n t s of
wide r a n g e .
Course t i c k e t s U r t h e balance cf t h e
season may be procured for only 50c
fur a d u l t s or s t u d e n t s .
Taxes.
The tax roll of t h e T o w n s h i p of
Montague Is now In my h a n d s for collection.! T a x e s will bo received every
lay t h i s a n d n e x t week e x c e p t i n g
W e d n o d a y a n d T h u r s d a y a t t h e Obs e r v e r office
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sometimes. Breaks are bound t o occur. Wise wheelmen make a note oi
our address, so t h a t they will knowwhere to call in emergencies.
Bicycle R e p a i r s
of all kinds made with care and disp
? ^ b - W b e e , s ' Tires, Chains, etc.,
of t h e tlnest quality always on hand
Wo are In t h e business for your beiutit as well as our profit. In fact we
repair everything but shoes, clocks
and a calloused conscience.
o . N. D Y B V 1 G .
E v e r y w o m a n likes a trim a n d
sha'pely f o o t .
Unfortunately
m a n y , in the mistaken belief
t h a t they are m a k i n g their f e e t
look smaller, get shoes t h a t d o
not fit t h e m . T h e result is t h *
opposite of that intended.
A w o m a n ' s foot is naturally
s h a p e l y — t h e r e r e m a i n s nothing
f o r her t o d o b u t to c l o t h e her
that
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follow perfectly its £
l i n e s — i n short a shoe that
fits.
T h e surest way to h a v e a
t r i m and shapely foot is t o
wear t h e
American Lady Shoe
I t is m a d e on graceful lines that follow tho form of t l v / r
A
great variety of styles a n d sizes m a k e it possible for any w V
be
Ayed in a st vie that p h a s e s h e r fancy.
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i n a shoe that is suited to you. W e carry a large line of Amorioui
L a d y Shoes in m a n y styles, sizes, shapes and leathers.
Price $ 3 . 0 0 and $3.50.
A.
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everyone. In t h o beginning of 1910
you are considering how to so inanaKe
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of your f u n d s and " g e t ahead" faster.
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Don't worry, and you'll h m o no thing I® worry you.
It UJim n c l c r o r o c u l l i t t o e u r o an
• g o t U t of bU I trouble.
It b u come at leaat. T b e r a la a new
dlMaae called a e r o p l a n l t l i .
Nat Ooodwln found Wall s t r e e t almoet aa precarioua aa m a t r i m o n y .
Collartor Loeb ha* c e r t a i n l y m a d e
blmeelf u n p o p u l a r with t b e people w b o
can afford to pay.
T b e only people w h o really eeem to
e n l o j living close to n a t u r e a r e those
wbo d o n ' t h a v e to.
When a y o u n g couple a r e m a r r i e d
Ibef a r t m a d e one, b u t It t a k r a s o m e
t i m e to find out which one.
T h e discovery t h a t c b c m l s t r y can
convert s a g e b r u s h Into v a l u a b l e prodacta Is In line with t h e p r o g r e s s of
the age
Hi s t ory t e a r h e a us t h a t t h e m a i n object of mobs In m o n a r c h i c a l revolutions Is to d e t h r o n e t h e king a n d r a i s e
tbe deuce.
"De world," says your Uncle E b e n ,
"la s u m p l n ' like a lookln' glass. You's
f ' l n e t e r get better r e s u l t s If you s m i l e s
l a n If you m a k e s faccs."
Quick m a r r i a g e s have been tabooed
In Rhode Island, but It Is n e v e r a n y
trouble to step Into a n o t h e r S t a t e f r o m
u>y p a r t of Rhode Island.
Mr. Roosevelt la being m e n t i o n e d
for a third t e r m . But since he h a s
m o d e t h e a c q u a i n t a n c e of t h e s i n g i n g
topi sach talk may n o t sound like
moalc to blm.
A Boston surgeon t h i n k s m a n can
b« m a d e a t h i n g of beauty by t h e use
of t h e knife. But h a s n ' t t h e b a r b e r ,
w i t h his razor, been doing t h a t for
ly g e n e r a t i o n s ?
T h e r e a r e 64,000 m o r e people In t h e
M r v l c e of t h e United S t a t e s t h a n t h e r e
w a r e a year ago. T h i s Is a n o t h e r of
t h a reasons why a good m a n y people
t h i n k t h e world Is g r o w i n g better.
T b e K i n g of Sweden
—
baen w o r k l n a n a d ^ " purngfgP^^
stevedore f o r t b e
" of finding o u t how t h e laborira of b i t c o u n t r y
has teVcn
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tod a philoso-
A g r l c u l t u r a l schools for women a r e
proving t h e i r u s e f u l n e s s In F r a n c e a n d
Belgium. T h e course is a s a r u l e
brief, and t h e schools a r e " a m b u l a n t "
ones, t h a t Is, they move f r o m one p a r t
of t h e c o u n t r y to another. T h e r e a r e
lectures an a g r i c u l t u r e a n d household
economy, b u t . s p e c i a l a t t e n t i o n Is paid
to d a i r y work, t h e m a k i n g of cheese,
and p u t t i n g up foodstuffs and
pre
serves. In F r a n c e t h e schools a r e under t h e D e p a r t m e n t of Agriculture.
Are not men in t h e m a s s more inveterate gossips t h a n w o m e n ? Shakespeare s citizens do t h e real g o s s i p i n g
In his plays, even though he followed
tradition in p e r s o n i f y i n g r u m o r ns a
dame—"if my gossip R e p o r t be an honest woman of h e r word." You will
find as much lively and i n a n e chit-chat
In any m a n ' s c l u b h o u s e as in a n y woman's. The hotel and t h e a t e r lobbies
seethe with t h e gossiping of men. No
Tillage sewing society or m i t e society
can equal t h e Incessant buzz a t t h e grocery store, and when It comes to downr i g h t , e a r n e s t , unflagging dissection of
r e p u t a t i o n and pernicious tittle-tattle
t h e r e Is no body of women in t h e land
t h a t can hold a c a n d l e to t h e foolish
adult c h a t t e r b o x e s a t any
political
headquarters.
w o m a n l a n d s c a p e g a r d e n e r , Mrs. M »
Crea, w b o ha* d e v o t e d herself t o t h a
b e a u t i f y i n g of r a i l r o a d s t a t i o n s a n d
their Immediate surroundings.
"Art
and the Railroad" was her topic—a
s t r a n g e one a t first s i g h t , b u t f u l l of
s i g n i f i c a n c e to t h o s e wfio h a p p e n to
be c o n v e r s a n t w i t h t h e f a c ^ back of i t
In a g r e a t c i t y t h e r a i l r o a d s t a t i o n as
a " g a t e w a y " p r e s e n t s one aet of problems, f r o m w h i c h d i g n i t y a n d b e a u t y of
deaign a n d f o r m a r e by no m e a n s excluded. In t h e s m a l l c o u n t r y t o w n or
village t h e s t a t i o n Is a p t t o be looked
upon a s s o m e t h i n g u s e f u l r a t h e r t h a n
o r n a m e n t a l , a n d In t h o u s a n d s of places
a n y s h a n t y "does" a s t h e r a i l r o a d "depot." Yet n o t h i n g Is so p l e a s i n g a n d
so s u r e to c o m m a n d a d m i r a t i o n aa a
pretty, appropriate country station,
w i t h clean, well-kept g r o u n d s , g r a s s
a n d flowers. T h e y seem to f o r m p a r t
of t h e l a n d s c a p e , to p r o c l a i m t h e loveliness, peace a n d c h a r m of t h e country. Such s t a t i o n s a n d g r o u n d s a r e a
good i n v e s t m e n t for t h e r a i l r o a d s a n d
t h e c o m m u n i t i e s . And It is g r a t i f y ing to k n o w t h a t in t h e N o r t h w e s t hund r e d s of little s t a t i o n s h a v e been t r a n s f o r m e d a n d beautifled by t r a i n e d landscape g a r d e n e r s who a r e r e g u l a r l y employed f o r t h e w o r k by t h e r a i l r o a d s .
U n d o u b t e d l y t h e r a i l r o a d s , In s p i t e of
t h e i r s m o k e a n d d u s t , c a n do somet h i n g for a r t In t h e r e g l o u s f a r removed f r o m p i c t u r e g a l l e r i e s a n d monu m e n t a l s t r u c t u r e a T h e y a r e jundert a k i n g m o r e a n d m o r e to t e a c h sclen
tlflc f a r m i n g , a n d t h e y can do s o m e
t h i n g for l a n d s c a p e g a r d e n i n g a n d t h e
c u l t i v a t i o n of love of h a r m o n y a n d simple b e a u t y .
TYPICAL FRENCH "ROULETTE."
S c a r c e W h e n c e S o m e of W o r l d ' s De»t
Cometllaua llu>e Been Kvolved.
Do you k n o w w h a t a r o u l e t t e Is? In
g e n e r a l . It m e a n s a gypsy c a r a v a n ,
but Its scope h a s become e n l a r g e d a n d
s o m e t i m e s It m e a n s a whole t r a v e l i n g
t h e a t r i c a l c o m p a n y . S o m e of t h e best
c o m e d i a n s In t b e whole w o r l d h a v e
been evolved f r o m t h e r o u l e t t e , s a y s
Molly Seawell
In S c r l b n e r ' s .
That
was Ferlnot's beginning.
H i s r o u l e t t e c o n s i s t e d of t h r e e long
covered wagons. T h e r e a r w a g o n contained such rude and trilling stage
a c c e s so r ies
as Ferlnot's
plays
demanded.
B u t F e r i n o t , like T h e s p l a
in b i s c a r t , did n o t r e q u i r e m u c h
scenery. In tbia last w a g o n r o d e t h e
Folllon b r o t h e r s — v e r y good a c t o r s ,
both of t h e m , a n d h a n d y men besides.
H e n r i w a s tall a n d broad, w h i l e Quatave was so s m a l l , b e a r d l e s s a n d pretty t h a t h e could do w o m e n ' s p a r t a ext r e m e l y well.
In t h e n e x t w a g o n rodi
tedding
me. T o u t a n t , w i t h h e r husband a n d h e r bun. A u g u s t e .
Mme.
Toutant was stout and large waisted,
but a capable actress. The audiences
ighed a t h e r w h e n s h e w a d d l e d on
j stage, b u t b e f o r e long h e r comic
| uutlcs m a d e t h e m f o r g e t h e r s t o u t fig-11 a n d double c h i n , a n d t h e y saw
only h e r fine eyes a n d h e a r d only h e r
rl^h voice.
T o u t a n t himself w a s a
dull, rospefctable m a n , a n d A u g u s t e .
son. wiji'
n e a r n o t h i n g &9[ could
• well I m a g i n e d . He w a s b e a u t i f u l
••. ond e x p r e s s i o n , p e r f e c t l y o b e d i e n t
to Mme. T o u t a n t , as,
indeed, w a s
Toutant himself, and his beauty was
an e x c e l l e n t foil to t h e f a s c i n a t i n g ugllnesa of F e r i n o t
In t h e first w a g o n r o d e In s t a t e
F e r i n o t , t h e p r o p r i e t o r of t h e whole
outfit. W i t h h i m r o d e C o l u m b i n e .
S h e h a d a n o t h e r n a m e , b u t It w a s
g e n e r a l l y f o r g o t t e n by e v e r y b o d y , inc l u d i n g h e r s e l f . C o l u m b i n e w a s picked u p on t h e r o a d s i d e o n e s u m m e r
m o r n i n g w h e n s h e w a s 16 y e a r s old.
S h e w a s in r a g s a n d h e r toes w e r e
p e e p i n g t h r o u g h h e r shoes, a n d s h e
was
weeping v o c i f e r o u s l y as s h e
w a t c h e d a r e g i m e n t m a r c h i n g a w a y to
the next town.
Conntltatlunal
Elm
to
De
Snred.
T h e old elm a t C o r y d o n . u n d e r
w h o s e r u g g e d l i m b s t h o S t a t e constitution was d r a w n up ninety-three
years ago. a n d w h i c h f o r a
while
seemed doomed to d e s t r u c t i o n , h a s a t
last f o u n d a p e r m a n e n t c a r e t a k e r in
the
Corydon
organization
of
the
D a u g h t e r s of t h e A m e r i c a n Revolution.
T h i s old e l m , w h i c h h a s
always
c l a i m e d t h e a t t e n t i o n of v i s i t o r s to
t h e first S t a t e c a p i t a l a n d h a s been an
o b j e c t of r e v e r e n c e for loyal Hooslers,
Is called t h e c o n s t i t u t i o n a l elm bec a u s e of Its c o n n e c t i o n w i t h t h a t Imp o r t a n t e v e n t In t h e h i s t o r y of India n a . At p r e s e n t It is In a n excellent
s t a t e of p r e s e r v a t i o n , a l t h o u g h t h e r e
Not long ago It w a s t h e f a s h i o n to Is e v i d e n c e of some past neglect in
decry the w o m a n ' s club a s a place fre- c a r i n g for It.
quented by careless m o t h e r s a n d unT b e t r u n k of t h e c o n s t i t u t i o n a l elm
aaay spinster*, who p r e f e r r e d discuss- Is five feet In d i a m e t e r a t t h e b a s e
ing Browning and Ibsen and Meredith a n d t b e b r a n c h e s h a v e a s p r e a d of
to keeping t h e i r houses clean a n d n e a r l y 120 feet. A f o r e s t r y e x p e r t retheir men-folk happy. T h e g r o u n d h a s cently e s t i m a t e d t h a t t h e t r e e Is now
been cut f r o m u n d e r t h a t r e p r o a c h by 250 y e a r s old a n d said t h a t w i t h p r o p
t h e practical work done by v a r i o u s er c a r e , b a r r i n g d e s t r u c t i o n by t h e eled u b s for t h e public good. P l a y g r o u n d s m e n t s of course, t h e elm s h o u l d fioui^
for children, vacation schools, t h e pro- Ish a n o t h e r h u n d r e d y e a r s . — I n d i a n a p motion of h e a l t h by improved w a t e r olis S t a r .
supply, by m o r e t h o r o u g h s t r e e t cleanKnalBud'a Putron Saint.
ing. by m o r e •clentlfic aystems of
T h e s t o r y of E n g l a n d ' s p a t r o n s a i n t
d r a i n a g e , by b e t t e r disposition of garbage. by p r o tectio n a g a i n s t files and Is s u r r o u n d e d by a m i x t u r e of t r u t h
moaqultoe*.
a
vlgorou* c a m p a i g n a n d f a b l e w h i c h defies definite s i f t i n g .
agalnat bideou* billboards, high build- He Is g e n e r a l l y believed to h a v e been
ing* and t h e s m o k e nuisance, and t h e b o r n a t Lydla, b u t b r o u g h t u p in C a p
gain for beauty by t h e p r e s e r v a t i o n of p a d o c l a . a n d s u f f e r e d m a r t y r d o m In t h e
Tbe
t r e e s and t h e I m p r o v e m e n t of p a r k s r e i g n of D i o c l e t i a n , A. D. 303.
a n d lawn*—these a r e but a few of t h e legend of hi* conflict w i t h t h e d r a g o n
activities in which t h e eight h u n d r e d may h a v e a r i s e n f r o m a s y m b o l i c a l o r
t h o u s a n d club women have been en- a l l e g o r i c a l r e p r e s e n t a t i o n of his congaged d u r i n g t h e last year. W o m e n test w i t h t h e p a g a n p e r s e c u t o r s . W h e n
a r e w o n d e r f u l l y fitted to t a k e u p t h e o u r c r u s a d e r s w e n t to t h e east In 1096
task of a m e l i o r a t i n g modern condi- they f o u n d St. George elevated to t h e
t i o n s — t h a t 1*. of c o n t r i v i n g s c h e m e s r a n k of w a r r i o r s a i n t , w i t h t h e title
by which t h e evils of modern life of t h e "vlctorous,'* a n d a* t h e y be•hall b« reduced to a m i n i m u m a n d Ita lieved t h a t t h e y w e r e Indebted to h i m
bles*lng* multiplied. T h e w o m a n ' s for aid In t h e siege of A n t l o c h t h e y
club I* a most convenient and power- a d o p t e d hliu a s t h e p a t r o n of soldiers.
f u l agency for such work. T h e c l u b E d w a r d I I I . w a s t h u s led to m a k e h i m
women of t b e c o u n t r y have t h e force p a t r o n of t h e O r d e r of t h e G a r t e r , a n d
of an a r m y and t h e a d a p t a b i l i t y of a n so g r a d u a l l y St. George b e c a m e t h e tuindividual. T h e i r good s e r r l c t for t e l a r y s a i n t of E n g l a n d . — London
town and state U well begun, a n d Mall.
promises to extend yet f u r t h e r In t h e
iii-Timed.
solution of social, d v l c . s a n i t a r y and
" E v e r t r ; t h i s keep a - s m l l l n g propoe d u c a t i o n a l questions.
sition?"
" T r i e d It once, b u t w i t h poor sucAmong the lntere*Ung p a p e r s read
cess. U n f o r t u n s t e l y . I s t a r t e d t h e exa t t h e convention of the A m e r i c a n Civic
p e r i m e n t on a day t h a t t h e bos* felt
Association a t Cin cin n ati was one by a
groachy."—LowUvllle Courlsr^JournaX
WHICH THE GREATEST ELEVEN?
Dlacuaalun Kreqaenlly l u d a l a e d
by did F o o t b a l l •*larera.
In
A
MAN
WHO
HAD
COURAGE.
X
t h e g u l l s w a s tb* p o p u l a r a m u s e m e n t
of t h e b o y s ; they w e r a t h r o w i n g s t o n e s
a t t h e m all day long, a n d c a u g h t t h e m
with baited hook*, a n d set g i n s baited
w i t h fish on t h e sands, and no person
forbade them.
T h e n Mr. E b b l e t h w a l t e a p p e a r e d on
t h e scene. H e c a m e f r o m a town In
t h e n o r t h of E n g l a n d .
In
broken
health, and here he stayed a number
of y e a r a l i v i n g a l o n e In a s m a l l h o u s e
d o w n by t b e w a t e r s i d e . H e wa* very
fond of t h e g u l l s a n d fed t h e m every
d a y ; but h i s e x a m p l e hod no effect
on o t h e r s , nor had h i s w o r d s w h e n b e
went about day a f t e r day on t h e beach,
t r y i n g to p e r s u a d e people to desist
from these senseless brutalities.
F i n a l l y he succeeded In g c t t l a g a
n u m b e r of boys s u m m o n e d for c r u e l t y
b e f o r e tho m a g i s t r a t e s , a n d a l t h o u g h
no c o n v i c t i o n s followed, nor could be
o b t a i n e d , since t h e r e w a s no law or
by-law to h e l p him In s u c h a case, he
yet in t h i s indirect w a y a c c o m p l i s h e d
h i s object. He m a d e himself unpopular, a n d w a s Jeered a n d d e n o u n c e d a s
a n i n t e r f e r i n g person, especially by
t h e w o m e n ; b u t some of t b e fishermen
now began to pluck u p s p i r i t a n d second h i s efforts, a n d In a little w h i l e
it c a m e to be u n d e r s t o o d t h a t , law or
no law, t h e gulls m u s t n o t be p e r s e
cuted.
T h a t Is w h a t Mr. E b b l e t h w a l t e did.
F o r m e it w a s to "say s o m e t h i n g . "
a n d 1 h a v e now said it. Doing and
s a y i n g c o m e to p r e t t y m u c h tho s a m e
t h i n g . At all e v e n t s , I h a v e on t h i s
occasion k e p t R u s k i n ' s w o r d s in m i n d
on
i l n g t h e f u t i l i t y of p r o d d i n g
and s L r a t c b l n g a t t h a t t h i c k , i n s e n s i b l e
c r u s t w h i c h lies a b o v e tho i m p r e s s i b l e
p a r t in m e n u n l e s s we come t h r o u g h
with
deep t h r u s t s o m e w h e r e .
W h e n e v e r a g r o u p of old football
p l a y e r * Is g a t h e r e d t o g e t h e r t h e r e a r e
In St. Ivea. In L a n d ' s E n d . b i r d kills u r e to c r o p u p r e m i n i s c e n c e s of old
ing used to flourish a l m o s t w i t h o u t
day*, f o r m e r p l a y e r s a n d e a r l i e r t e a m s ,
protest. It Las not wholly ceased yet.
a n d w i t h t h i s r e v i e w of t h e past comes
to be s u r e , but o n e little i n c i d e n t took
d i s c u s s i o n as to w h a t w a s really t h e
place which s e e m s to h a v e been res t r o n g e s t t e a m t h a t e v e r lined u p on
m e m b e r e d here and t h e r e , a n d to have
t h e field. F o r a long t i m e a t New
b r o u g h t about a m e r c i f u l t r u c e .
In
H a v e n t h e belief p r e v a i l e d t h a t Lee
" T h e L a n d ' s E n d " W. H. H u d s o n reMcClung's t e a m w a s t h e best t h a t Yale
l a t e s t h e o c c u r r e n c e a s he b e a r d of
e v e r p r o d u c e d . W a l t e r C a m p s a y s In
It. H e was t a l k i n g one day to a womO u t i n g , b u t t h e a d v e n t of Gordon
a n w h o deplored t h e way h e r fellow
B r o w n ' s eleven w i t h i t s p o w e r f u l tack- c o u n t r y m e n w e r e k i l l i n g b i r d s of all
le-back f o r m a t i o n first b e g a n to s h a k e
kinds,
" m n s u r e , " she said, " t h a t
t h e confidence of t h e a d h e r e n t s to t h e
if somo one l i v i n g h e r e would go
older t e a m .
a b o u t a m o n g t h e people and t a l k to
J u s t a f t e r B r o w n ' s season closed
t h e m e n and boys, a n d n o t be a f r a i d
t h e r e w a s a disposition w h e r e v e r Yale of a n y t h l n k . b u t t r y to get t h e police
m e n m e t to m a k e t h i s a n issue a n d t b e a n d m a g l s n ' a t e s to h e l p blm, he could
y o u n g e r c o n t i n g e n t stood firmly for get t h e s e i h i n g s stopped in t i m e . Just
tho o p i n i o n t h a t Gordon B r o w n ' s m e n
a s Mr. Kbhlethwalte did a b o u t t h e
could h a v e b e a t e n McClung's. N a t u r - gulls."
ally, It w a s a p o i n t Uiat could n e v e r
Who
^as
Mr. E b b l e t h w a l t e , ond
be settled, b u t It Is s a f e to s a y t h a t
w h a t w a s It ho did a b o u t t h e gulls?
while t h e I n d i v i d u a l b r i l l i a n c y a n d be1 had bo«n, off a n d on. a long t i m e
yond t h a t t h e i n d i v i d u a l I n d e p e n d e n c e
in t h e ptace, a n d h a d talked a b o u t
a n d football i n i t i a t i v e of t h e m e n comt h e b i r d s w i t h a score of people, withposing McClung's toam s t a n d p r o b a b l y
o u t ever Uearlng t h i s n a m e m e n t i o n e d .
u n e q u a l e d , t h e style of team play perAnd a s |o t h e gulls, they were well
fected by Gordon B r o w n ' s m e n . In at- e n o u g h pi-otected by t h e s e n t i m e n t of
tack, could n o t h a v e been m e t success- t h e fisbertidk.
f u l l y by a n y t e a m , even one like McB u t It had not been so always. On
Clung's. u n l e s s t h a t t e a m had had a n
Inquiry,"? f o u n d t w e n t y p e r s o n s to tell
o p p o r t u n i t y of p r a c t i c i n g a g a i n s t t h e
m e all i b o u t Mr. E b b l e t h w a l t e , w h o
tackles-back play, a n d t h a t ton for a
had
v e r y well k n o w n to everyc o n s i d e r a b l e period of time.
body .1 fTte
n u t as ho bud been
H e n c e It Is a s r r r t a l n &* a n y t h i n g
dead •ojau yearn, nobody b ' j i e m e m - 1
can be In a football wa.. u u B r o w n ' s
bered to tell m e about h i m .
t e a m would h a v e been a b l e
rarry
I t now came o u t t h a t t h e very strict
t b e ball a g a i n s t McClung's for i - r y
protection a w a r d e d to
gull* at St
c o n s i d e r a b l e nn< ofc-iepvaled g a l n r
Ived djit** back -oly about flfi»«»n to
w h i c h would h. ve reaidtod In scoring.
elghteAtrtCik..
T h o fishermen a l w a y s |
/ h e T h i l o a o p h e r of F o l l r .
In r e t u r n MCCIUUK S t e a m would ) .IVP had
f r t f n d l y f e e l i n g for t h e birds, a*
see by t b e p a p e r s , " s a y s
the
p r e t t y certalnl> scored on B> | Is t h e fa*® of nil t h e llshlng place* |
/lo^opher of folly, " t h a t t h e d e n t i s t *
t h r o u g h t h e use of t h e i r f a v o r i t e on
»"
ul Liit j uiii u u i protect
" t w e n t y - t h i r t y " play, w i t h McClung t h e m fifcm p e r s e c u t i o n , a l t h o u g h t h e will f o r m a t r u s t . I s u p p o s e It will
c a r r y i n g t h e ball. T h i s p l a y e r w a s chief p ^ s e c u t o r s were t h e i r own chil- be k n o w n as t h e ' T e e t h i n g Ring.' "—
Cleveland L e a d e r .
u n m a t c h e d b y a n y one, a n d In t h e d r e n .
\
F r l n c e t o n game, !he y e a r before, ho
Feopla n a t i v e s a n d visitors, a m u s e d
Twenty
million d o l l a r s ' w o r t h of
had a c t u a l l y a v e r a g e d . In a succession t h e m s e i t e s by s h o o t i n g t h e g u l l s a l o n g
b u s i n e s s w a s h a n d l e d by t h e New York
of some seven or e i g h t plays, n i n e t e e n
t h e cliffl a n d in t h e h a r b o r . H a r r y i n g postofllce last y e a r w i t h o u t a hitch.
and a f r a c t i o n y a r d s to t h e r u n .
SHORT METEH
SERMONS,
T h e e x e r c i s e of will lies a t t h e threshold of every I m p o r t a n t a c h i e v e m e n t .
—Rev. C. W. Blodgelt, Methodist, Fittsburg.
A model h u s b a n d t r e a t s h i s w i f e a s
a n equal, n o t a s a s u b o r d i n a t e or slave.
— R ^ v ^ L J ^ S c udder,
let, J e r s e y City.
God Is t h e ilerht of t h e soul. If we
s h a l l a b s o r b t h e s p i r i t u a l light, we
ihall reflect t h e g r e a t C r e a t o r . — R e v . E.
E. F h r e a n e r , M e t h o d i s t , F r o v l d e n c e .
W h e n C h i i tlr.nlty c e a s e s to be a
world-wide m e s s a g e a n d becomes a system of policy, it r a p i d l y declines.—
Rev. J . W. C u r r e n s , F r e s b y t e r i a n , Glenwood S p r i n g s , Colo.
One c l e a r opinion w h i c h h a s life in
t, m a d e p r a c t i c a b l e a n d u s a b l e , h a s
m o r e po^-er for God
gtfnd to m e n
t h a n c o l u m n s of s p e c u l a t i o n . — R e v . T.
H. McConnell, F r e s b y t e r i a n , Chicago.
T h o religion of t h e f u t u r e m u s t be
I n t e r e s t e d In a n d h e l p f o r w a r d w h a t ever belongs to h u m a n n a t u r e or Is
needed for Its d e v e l o p m e n t a n d progress.—Rev. D r . B o w s e r , F r e s b y t e r i a n ,
Atlanta.
S o m e t i m e m a n will w a n t to find
God. H e will be dissatisfied w i t h t h e
p l e a s u r e s of life a n d flnd disillusionm e n t , a n d will w a n t to come b a c k to
God.—Rev. E. A. H a n l e y , B a p t i s t ,
Frovldence.
You d o n ' t h a v e to be v e r y wise or
b r i l l i a n t to be Influential. Be pleasant to your neighbors and thus shall
your righteousness and holiness count
f o r good.—Rev. O. Hodges, Episcopalian, Boston.
Men s o m e t i m e s f o r g e t t h a t t h e only
m i l l i o n a i r e s t h a t God c a r e s a n y t h i n g
a b o u t a r e t h o s e of c h a r a c t e r . Christ i a n i t y t e a c h e s how to be r i c h w i t h o u t
m o n e y . — R e v . T. E. F o t t e r t o n , Episcopalian, Brooklyn.
T h e C h r i s t i a n e n t e r s upon h i s r a c e
c a r r y i n g t h e load of s e l M n d u l g e n c e ,
Sabbath desecration, worldly amusem e n t s , a n d w o n d e r s w h y h e f a l l s to
win o u t . — R e v . W. M. Scott, Fresbyterian, Savannah.
T h e most d a n g e r o u s m a n to be
w a t c h e d b> t h e c h u r c h a n d t b e newsp a p e r s Is t h e in n of
' a l t h , of high
position, of f a r - r e a o h l u j lufiucnil.o
d o e s n o t r e g a r d t h e law.—Rev. W W.
Giles. R e f o r m s J E a b t O r a n g e , N
T h e best p i ' parntlon for a gnod life
to-morrow
l i v i n g well to^lay. T h e
best prepa Hoii for a n o t h e r life Is
t h e best use or t h e life t h a t now Is.
Use a n d not a b u s e t h i s world.—Rev.
A. B. B e r e s f o r d , U n l v e r s a l l s t , Baltimore.
E a c h a n d all of us who believing,
e n d e a v o r s to do o u r best In t h e g i v i n g
of o u r time , o u r ability, o u r m o n e y to
t h e g r e a t e s t good a n d t h e p l e a s i n g of
God, will t u r n our f a i t h Into real glory
a n d h o n o r . — R e v . L. G. H e n d e r s o n ,
F r e s b y t e r i a n , Knoxvllle, T e n n .
Mia O p c n l n i E .
O a t c a k e — W h a t be your- son J a k e
a-goln' ter dew now t h a t he hez l e f t
college?
H e y r l x — I d u n n o ylt.
He's tnlkln'
some of beln' a doctor, b u t I've h e e r n
tell ez heow t h a r be a h e a p uv money
In b a n k r u p t c y , so m e b b y he'll t r y t h a t
f e r a spell.—Chicago News.
Dru«vn'a
Specialty.
D i r e c t o r — O u r w o r k Is so divided
t h a t each of o u r men h a s t h e work
he Is best fitted f o r . J e n k s Is t r e a s
u r e r . S m i t h s e c r e t a r y , a n d B r o w n Is
" B u t B r o w n Is as deaf a s a post."
" A n d B r o w n h a s all t h e c o m p l a i n U
r e f e r r e d to h i m . " — T i t - B i t s .
If D a u g h t e r Is In t h e k i t c h e n w h e n
y o u n g m e n call e v e n i n g s , t h e y n e e d n ' t
build u p a good cook In t h e i r Imagina t i o n s on t h a t r e p o r t S h e Is m a k i n g
fudge.
J u d g i n g f r o m t h e Joke* In t b e newtpapers, a good m a n y believe t h e alleged s u f f e r e r s f r o m b o o k w o r m a r t
vufferers from laziness and dirt.
B U I L T ON A
LEFT-OVER
STRIP
left f r o m t h e e n t r a n c e is a s t a i r w a y
leading down Into t h e b a s e m e n t , w h i c h
I* 1SX2S feet, t h e a d d i t i o n a l space beA building r e m a r k a b l e because It 1* ing g a i n e d by u t i l l t l n g t h e vault space
only 3 feet Sv, Inches wide s t a n d s at u n d e r t h e Melrose a v e n u e a n d 161*1
At t h e f r o n t I* a
t h e n o r t h w e s t c o r n e r of Melrose ave- s t r e e t s l d e w a l k a
n u e a n d East 16lst s t r e e t , t h e Bronx, room for cu*tomers. while p a r t i t i o n e d
t h e New York S u n a a y a It Is occu- off a t t h o r e a r is a workroom, both
lighted
by *tdewalk
pied a s a t a i l o r s h o p by i t s o w n e r , being a t i p l y
lights
H e n r y Ubelhor. It 1* t w e n t y - t w o feet
T h e u p p e r story of t h i s building i n
long a n d t w o *torles in h e i g h t , i t s
u p p e r story c o n t a i n e d
la a F r e n c h t h e F r e n c h roof i« used for s t o r a g e
purposes, a f o l d i n g s t a i r w a y g l v i a g
roof.
W h e n Melrose a v e n u e w a s p l a n n e d ea*y access to it.
Mr. Ubelhor'a f a t h e r o w n e d a plot of
g r o u n d f r o n t i n g fifty feet a l o n g t h e
* " • Coaalderate Farmer.
n o r t h e r l y tilde of E a s t 16lst s t r e e t ,
An a m u s i n g incident o c c u r r e d In a
acrnsa t h a
proposed a v e n u e ' s
line. hotel a few n i g h t s ago. say* a PhilaW h e n t h e a v e n u e w a s opened aTT t h i s d e l p h i a n e w s p a p e r . It a p p e a r * t h a t a
land w a s t a k e n except i ng a n a r r o w f a r m e r f r o m S o u t h J e r s e y , w h o w a s
s t r i p a l o n g Its westerly edge, t h i s s t r i p u n u s u a l l y I g n o r a n t of city ways, w e n t
h a v i n g a f r o n t of 3 feet 8>.i Inches on to t h e hotel w i t h his *on. T h e f a t h e r
161st s t r e e t and a f r o n t for i t s e n t i r e r e t i r e d e a r l y , b u t t h e son went out to
length a l o n g t h e west aide of t h e a r e
"see t h e t o w n . "
nue.
It m i g h t have been supposed
At 12:30 o'clock t h e f a r m e r w e n t
t h a t all t h a t could be done w i t h t h i s d o w n s t a i r s a n d I n q u i r e d of t h e n i g h t
n a r r o w piece of land would be to sell clerk If t h e boy h a d r e t u r n e d y e t He
It to t h e o w n e r of t h e land w h i c h It wa* told t h a t he had n o t . T b e f a t h e r
a d j o i n e d , but a b o u t a dozen y e a r s ago went back to h i s room. An h o u r l a t e r
t h e p r e s e n t Mr. Ubelhor p u t u p t h e he a g a i n a p p e a r e d b e f o r e t h e c l e r k
b u i l d i n g t h a t now s t a n d s on It.
and s a i d ;
T h e e n t i r e s t r e e t end of t h e build" H a i n ' t J a c k In y e t ? "
ing Is t a k e n u p by a show window,
Again be w a s i n f o r m e d t h a t t h e lad
which Is e x t e n d e d a r o u n d on t h e ave- w a s o u t . T h e old m a n m a d e s e v e r a l
n u e f r o n t . T h e e n t r a n c e is a t t h e s u b s e q u e n t trips, a n d still his boy w a s
m i d d l e of t h e a v e n u e f r o n t ; a s t o r m a m o n g t h e m i s s i n g . F i n a l l y , a t 3 : 3 0
door b u i l t
out from t h e
e n t r a n c e o'clock, t h e f a r m e r t r u d g e d w e a r i l y
s e r v e s a s a vestibule.
On e n t e r i n g d o w n t h e s t a i r s a n d a s k e d a g a i n If h i s
t h e door you scarcely realize a t first
boy h a d r e t u r n e d .
how n a r r o w t h e building is, for im
"No, he's not In yet," replied t h e
m e d i a t e l y in f r o n t of t h e e n t r a n c e Is n i g h t clerk.
a mirror.
" W a a l , I guess he w o n ' t come In
T h e b u i l d i n g Is of steel f r a m e con- then. Guess you n e e d n ' t w a i t u p any*
/
s t r u c t i o n , so b u i l t in o r d e r t h a t tho l o n g e r . "
walls m i g h t be m a d e a s t h i n a s possible to s a v e I n t e r i o r s p a c e ; b u t a s
One Modeat Peraon.
they s t a n d t h e walls a r e t h r e e inches
" I s t r i v e to be m o d e s t a n d self-Lr
In t h i c k n e s s , m a k i n g six i n c h e s to be f a c i n g , " observed o u r f r i e n d . " I u n
deducted f r o m t h e i n t e r i o r , so t h a t t h e d e r r a t e myself h a b i t u a l l y . I h a v e 0
inside w i d t h of t h i s b u i l d i n g on it* served t h e effects of t h e o t h e r c o u r t ,
g r o u n d floor is only t h r e e feet t w o a n d And I k n o w t h a t If I s h o u l d ever
a q u a r t e r Inches.
low myself to a p p r e c i a t e myself a t
To t h e r i g h t f r o m t h e e n t r a n c e Is own t r u e w o r t h 1 should became Inst
f o u n d t h e only room on t h i s floor; It ferably v a i n — a n d v a n i t y is t h e woi
Is a b o u t n i n e feet In l e n g t h . To t h e of s i n s ! " — C l e v e l a n d Leader.
1 wo-$torr Hooae In > r t t York Only
3 Feet N 1 —
4 Inchea Wld*.
Don't Weep At
. IThe Lee House.
people swell u p on " e m o t i o n "
browi | f r o m a b s o l u t e u n t r u t h .
I t ' s |n old trlek of t h e l e a d e r s of t h e
T r u s t to t w i s t f a c t s a n d m a k e
ympathetic ones" "weep at the
u s e . " ( T h a t ' s p a r t of t h e t a l e
furth^- on.)
Goi pers et al. s n e e r at, spit upon
a n d c fy our c o u r t s , s e e k i n g s y m p a t h y
by fa lely telling t h e people t h e c o u r t s
w e r e t r y i n g to d e p r i v e t h e m of f r e e
speedi a n d f r e e p r e s s .
MAi c a n s p e a k f r e e l y a n d
print
o p i n ^ n s f r e e l y in t h i s c o u n t r y a n d no
courl.will o b j e c t , b u t t h e y c a n n o t be
a l l o j A to p r i n t m a t t e r a * p a r t of a
c r i m ^ f l c o n s p i r a c y td i n j ^ R and r u i n
otbor (citizens.
(ion p e r s and his t r u s t a s s o c i a t e s
stirtefl out to r u i n t h e B u c k s S t o v o
Co., ' r i v e Its h u n d r e d s of w o r k m e n
ont 0 w o r k a n d d e s t r o y t h e v a l u e of
t h e 1 a n t w i t h o u t r e g a r d to t h o f a c t
t h a t tard e a r n e d m o n e y of m e n w h o
worktjl. h a d b e e n I n v e s t e d t h e r e .
The c o n s p i r a t o r s w e r e told by t h e
c o u r t J to s t o p t h e s e vicious " t r u s t "
jnetheds. ( e f f o r t s to b r e a k t h e firm
t h a t von't c o m e u n d e r t r u s t r u l e ) , b u t
Insteal of s t o p p i n g t h e y " d a r e " t h e
courts to p u n i s h t h e m a n d d e m a n d
n e w iiws to p r o t e c t t h e m in s u c h des t r u c t v e a n d t y r a n n o u s a c t s a s they
m a y (eslre to do. • • • T h e reason Cbmpers a n d his b a n d p e r s i s t e d
in trying to ruin t h e B u c k s S t o v e
Works was because the stove company
insisted on t h e right to k e e p softie old
e m p l o y e s at work when "de union"
orderel t h e m d i s c h a r g e d and s o m e of
" d e g m g " p u t In.
N o w let us r e v e r s e t h e c o n d i t i o n s
a n d ha-e a look.
S u p i o s e t h e c o m p a n y had o r d e r e d
t h e u n o n to d i s m i s s c e r t a i n m e n f r o m
t h e i r tnion, a n d , t h e d e m a n d b e i n g refused, should Institute a boycott
a g a i n s t t h a t union, publish i t s n a m e
in a n " u n f a i r list," i n s t r u c t o t h e r
m a n u f a c t u r e r s all o v e r t h e U n i t e d
S t a t e s n o t to buy t h e l a b o r of t h a t
union, have c o m m i t t e e s call a t s t o r e s
a n d tb e a t e n to boycott if t h e merc h a n t s sold a n y t h i n g m a d e by t h a t
union. P i c k e t t b e f a c t o r i e s w h e r e
m e m b e i ^ w o r k and hlag Ibout on tho
way h ' i u e , blow up thetr b o u s e * aud
wre^k
weeks, and even m u r d e r a
fflVmbera^S
thti boycotted union
t o l e a c h t h e m Lhe^Tunst oboy t h e ord e r s o£ " o r g a u l t e d C a p i t a l ? "
It would c e r t a i n l y be f a i r for t h e
companv to do t h e s e t h i n g * if l a w f u l
for t h e L a b o r T r u s t to do t h e m .
In such a ease, u n d e r our laws, t b "
boycotted union could apply to our
c o u r t s and t h e c o u r t s would o r d e r t h e
c o m p a n j to c e a s e boycotting a n d trying to rain t h e s e union men. S u p p o s e
t b e r e u p e n t h e c o m p a n y should s n e e r
at t h e court and In open defiance cont i n u e the u n l a w f u l a c t s In a persiste n t , c a r e f u l l y laid o u t plan, p u r p o s e l y
I n t e n d e d to ruin t h e union and f o r c e
Its m e m b e r s Into poverty.
What a
h o w l would go u p f r o m t h e union demanding that the courts protect them
a n d p u n i s h t h e i r law-breaking oppressc.s.
T h e n they would p r a i s e t h e
c o u r t s and go on e a r n i n g a living prot e c t e d f r o m r u i n aftd h a p p y in t b e
k n o w l e d g e t h a t ih« people's c o u r t s
could d e f e n d them.
H o w could any of us r e c e i v e prot e c t i o n f r o m law b r e a k e r s u n l e s s t h e
c o u r t s have power to, a n d do p u n i s h
s u c h men.
T h e court If placed In position
w h e r e It m u s t do one t h i n g or t h e
o t h e r — p u n i s h men who p e r s i s t in def y i n g Its peace o r d e r s or go o u t of
s e r v i c e , let a n a r c h y reign and t h e
m o r e p o w e r f u l Oostroy t h e w e a k e r .
Peaceable
cltliens
sustain
the
c o u r t s a* their d e f e n d e r s , w h e r e a s
t h i e v e s , Borgers. b u r g l a r s , c r o o k s of
all k i n d s and violent m e m b e r s of labor unloM, hate them and threaten
violence If t h e i r m e m b e r s a r e punished for b r e a k i n g t h e law. T h e y w a n t
t h e c o u r t s to let t h e m go f r e e and a t
the same time demand punishment
f o r o t h e r men "outside d e u n i o n " w h e n
they break t h e law. • • • N o t i c e
t b e above r e f e r e n c e Is t o " v i o l e n t "
m e m b e r * of labor u n i o n s . T h e g r e a t
m a j o r i t y rf t b e u n h e a r d " union m e n
a r e p e a c e i b l e . u p r i g h t citizens. T h a
noisy, violent on«s g e t into office a n d
t h e l e a d e n of t h e g r e a t L a b o r T r u s t
k n o w h o ? to m a s s t h i s kind of m e n .
in l a b o r c o n v e n t i o n s a n d t h u s c a r r y
out the leaders' schemes, frequently
a b h o r r e n t tb t h e r a n k a n d file; so It
was at the late Toronto convention.
T h e paid d e l e g a t e s would a p p l a u d
and "resolute" as Gompers wanted,
b u t now a n d t h e n s o m e of t h e real
w o r k l n g m e n Insist on b e i n g h e a r d ,
s o m e t i m e s a t t h e risk of t h e i r lives.
D e l e g a t e E g a n Is r e p o r t e d to h a v e
said a t t h e T o r o n t o c o n v e n t i o n :
"If t h e officers of t h e f e d e r a t i o n
would only a d h e r e t o t b e law w e
would t h i n k a lot m o r e of t h e m . "
T h e G r a n d Council of t h e P r o v i n c i a l
Workingmen's
Ass'n
of
Canada
h a s d e c l a r e d In f a v o r , o f s e v e r i n g all
c o n n e c t i o n with u n i o n s In t b e U. S.,
s a y i n g " a n y union h a v i n g Its s e a t of
Gov't In A m e r i c a , and p r e t e n d i n g to
be I n t e r n a t i o n a l In its scope, m u s t
light i n d u s t r i a l b a t t l e s a c c o r d i u g t o
American methods.
Said m e t h o d s
h a v e c o n s e q u e n c e s which a r e abhorr e n t t o t h e law-abiding people of Cana d a i n v o l v i n g h u n g e r , m i s e r y , riot,
b l o o d s h e d a n d m u r d e r , all of w h i c h
m i g h t be t e r m e d a r e s u l t of t h e practical w a r now In p r o g r e s s in o u r f a i r
p r o v i n c e and directed by foreign emiss a r i e s of t b e U n i t e d M i n e r s of America."
T h a t is an h o n e s t C a n a d i a n view of
our i n f a m o u s " L a b o r T r u s t . "
A f e w d a y s a g o t h e dally p a p e r s
printed the following:
(By t h e A s s o c i a t e d P r e s s . )
W a s h i n g t o n , D. C.. Nov. 10.—Chara c t e r i z i n g t h e a t t i t u d e of S a m u e l
G o m p e r s , J o h n Mitchell a n d F r a n k
Morrison of t h e A m e r i c a n F e d e r a t i o n
of L a b o r in t h e c o n t e m p t p r o c e e d i n g s
In t h e courta of t h e District of Columbia, In c o n n e c t i o n w i t h t h e B u c k s '
S t o v e and R a n g e C o m p a n y , a s " a willful, p r e m e d i t a t e d violation of t h e
law," S i m o n B u r n s , g e n e r a l m a s t e r
w o r k m a n of t h e g e n e r a l a s s e m b l y .
K n i g h t s of Labor, h a s voiced a s e v e r e
c o n d e m n a t i o n of t h e s e t h r e e l e a d e r s .
Mr. B u r n s e x p r e s s e d b i s c o n f i d e n c e In
c o u r t s In g e n e r a l a n d In t h o s e of t h e
District of C o l u m b i a In p a r t i c u l a r .
APPROVED BY DELEGATES.
T h i s r e b u k e by B u r n s w a s In h i s
a n n u a l r e p o r t to t h e g e n e r a l a s s e m b l y
of b h
r nlzation. H e r e c e i v e d t h e
b e a r t y a p p r o v a l of t h e d e l e g a t e s w h o
h o a r d it r e a d a t t h e i r a n n u a l m e e t i n g
in this city^
" T h e r la-no t r u s t or c o m b i n a t i o n of
c a p i t a l in che world," said Mr. B u r n s ,
" t h a t v i o l a t e s l a w s o f t e n e r t h a n do t h e
trusi lulxi; o r g a n i z a t i o n s , w h i c h r e s o r t
to m o r e JIBH^nest, u n f a i r a n d dishono r a b l e m e t h o d t o w a r d t h e i r competit o r s t h a n anjr jtrust or c o m b i n a t i o n s
In t h e c o u n t r y . "
t h e act i on of " t h e s e
Mr. B u r n s
" would be h a r m f u l
so-called lead
e whenever attempts
for y e a r s to c
aln labor legislation.
were made to
Igest," a r e p u t a b l e
"The Labor
er, s a y s , a s p a r t of
worklngman's
" T h e B e g i n n i n g of
an a r t i c l e e n t i t
aism, m a n y o r g a n l t h e End of Goi
Ired of t h e rule-orr a t i o n s hecomlb 1
h h a v e b e e n enr u i n policies
Ident of t h e A. F.
f o r c e d by t b e p
of L."
n t a l n e d hi* leader"That be has
mo In t h e f a c e of
s h i p for so long
to policies w h i c h
his stubborn
of t h e workingthe more thq
y e a r s m u s t be
men have
on a c c o u n t partabandoned.
ly of t h e s e n t i m e n t . i l f e e l i n g on t h e
part of t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n s t h a t h e
o u g h t n o t to b e deposed, add t h e unw i l l i n g n e s s of t h e men w h o w e r e mentioned f o r t h e place to a c c e p t a nomin a t i o n In opposition to him. In addition to this, t h e r e is no d e n y i n g t h e
s h r e w d n e s s of t h e l e a d e r of t h e A. F.
of L., a n d hi* political s a g a c i t y , which
h a s e n a b l e d b l m to k e e p a firm grip
on t h e m a c h i n e r y of tho o r g a n i z a t i o n ,
a n d to h a v e his f a i t h f u l h e n c h m e n In
t h e position* w h e r e t h e y could do blm
t b e m o s t good w h e n e v e r t h e i r *erTlce*
m i g h t be n e e d e d .
" F u r t h e r t h a n t h i s , h e baa n e v e r
failed, a t t h e laat convention*, to have
• o m e e e n s a t l o n to *prlng on t h e convention a t t h e pcychological m o m e n t ,
which would place him in t h * light of
a m a r t y r to t h e cau*e of u n l o n l i m , and
e x c i t e a wave of s y m p a t h e t i c enthuala s m for him, which would c a r r y t h e
d e l e g a t e s off t h e i r feet, and r e s u l t la
his re-election.
" T h a t h i s long l e a d e r s h i p , a n d t h i s
a p p a r e n t Impnaslblllty to fill h i s place
h a s g o n e to h i s head, a n d m a d e h i m
I m a g i n e t h a t h e Is m u c h g r e a t e r a
m a n t h a n h e really la. Is u n d o u b t e d l y
t h e c o s e , and a c c o u n t * for t h e t a c t l c a
h e h a s a d o p t e d In d e a l i n g w i t h questions before congress, where he has
unnecessarily
antagonized
men
to
w h o m o r g a n i z e d l a b o r m u s t look f o r
r e c o g n i t i o n of t h e i r d e m a n d s , a n d
w h e r e l a b o r m e a s u r e s a r c o f t e n opposed on a c c o u n t of t h i s very a n t a g o n ism, w h i c h would o t h e r w i s e r e c e i v e
support.
" T h e r e is no d o u b t b u t w h a t organized l a b o r In t h i s c o u n t r y would b e
m u c h e t r o n g e r with a leader w h o waa
m o r e in touch with c o n d i t i o n s a s t h e y
a c t u a l l y exist, and w h o would b r i n g
to t h e f r o n t t h e n e w policies w h i c h
o r g a n i z e d l a b o r m u s t a d o p t If It exp e c t s to e v e n m a i n t a i n i t s p r e s e n t
s t a n d i n g , t o say n o t h i n g of m a k i u g
future progress."
W e q u o t e p o r t i o n s of a n o t h e r article, a r e p r i n t , f r o m t h e s a m e l a b o r paper:
" O r g a n i z e d labor, t h r o u g h It* leade r s , m u s t r e c o g n i z e t h e m i s t a k e s of
t h e p a s t if they e x p e c t to p e r p e t u a t e
t h e i r o r g a n i z a t i o n s or to d e v e l o p t h e
m o v e m e n t w h i c h t h e y h e a d . N o movem e n t , no o r g a n i z a t i o n , no n a t i o n c a n
develop beyond the Intellects which
g u i d e t h e s e o r g a n i z a t i o n s , and If t h e
l e a d e r s a r e d o m i n a t e d by a selfish motive t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n will b e c o m e
t i n g e d with a spirit of s e l f i s h n e s s ,
w h i c h h a s n e v e r a p p e a l e d to m a n k i n d
In a n y w a l k of life a t a n y t i m e since
h i s t o r y began.
" I t c a n be said In e x t e n u a t i o n of
c e r t a i n l e a d e r s of o r g a n i z e d labor t h a t
t h e p r e c a r i o u s position which t h e y occ u p y a s l e a d e r s h a s had a t e n d e n c y to
c a u s e t h e m t o lose sight of t h e o b j e c t
behind the organization. The natural
I n s t i n c t in m a n for p o w e r and position Is in no small m e a s u r e responsible for t h e m i s t a k e s of t h e l e a d e r s ,
not n e c e s s a r i l y In labor u n i o n s alone,
b u t In e v e r y b r a n c h of society. T h i s
d e s i r e f o r p o w e r a n d l e a d e r s h i p and
personal aggrandizement causes men
w h o h a v e b e e n e a r n e s t and s i n c e r e in
t h e i r e f f o r t s in tho s t a r t to d e t e r i o r a t e
i n t o m e r e politicians w h o s e e v e r y act
and u t t e r a n c e is tinged with t h e de*lre
to c a t e r to t h e b a s e r pa**lon* of t h e
w o r k i n g m a j o r i t y In t h e s o c i e t i e s o r
o r g a n i z a t i o n s and t h i s Is u n d o u b t e d l y
t r u e w h e n applied to t h e p r e s e n t leade r s of t h e F e d e r a t i o n . W e m e n t i o n
t h e F e d e r a t i o n of L a b o r p a r t i c u l a r l y
In t h i s a r t i c l e b e c a u s e t h a t organizat i o n Is t h e only o r g a n i z a t i o n of labor
w h i c h h a s yet found Itself In d i r e c t
opposition to t h e law* of t h e land.
T h e r e a r e o t h e r o r g a n i z a t i o n * of labor
whose leaders have made mistakes,
but they h a v e a l w a y s k e p t t h e m s e l v e s
and their organizations within the
b o u n d s of t h e law a n d r e s p e c t e d t h e
r i g h t s of every o t h e r m a n in considering t h e r i g h t s of t h e m s e l v e s a n d t h e i r
c o n s t i t u e n c y ; w h e r e a s , t h e m o t t o of
t h e F e d e r a t i o n 1* Just t h e r e v e r s e , and
unless the leaders conform thems e l v e s and t h e i r o r g a n i z a t i o n in acc o r d a n c e with t h e laws of t h e land,
t h e l e a d e r s a n d t h e o r g a n i z a t i o n Itself
m u s t be d i s i n t e g r a t e d a n d p a s s into
h i s t o r y , for In A m e r i c a t h e c o m m o n
s e n s e In m a n k i n d Is developed to a
g r e a t e r e x t e n t t h a n in a n y o t h e r nation on t h e e a r t h , and t h e people, w h o
a r e t h e c o u r t of .last r e s o r t In t h i s
c o u n t r y , will n e v e r allow a n y s y s t e m
to d e v e l o p in t h i s c o u n t r y which does
not m e e t with t h e a p p r o v a l of t h e maj o r i t y of t h e c i t i z e n s of t h e c o u n t r y .
" T h i s m u s t h a v e forced Itself upon
t h e l e a d e r * of t h e F e d e r a t i o n by t h i s
time. If It h a s not, t h e l e a d e r s m u s t
be e l i m i n a t e d . T h e o r g a n i z a t i o n which
they b e a d h a * done m a n y m e r i t o r l o u *
t h i n g * in time* past and t h e people
a r e a l w a y * ready and willing to ack n o w l e d g e t h e b e n e f i t s which t h e i r
e f f o r t * h a v e b r o u g h t to t h e i r constitue n c y a* a whole, b u t a t t h e pre*ent
t i m e l a b o r organlzatlona In g e n e r a l ,
and t b e F e d e r a t i o n of l^abor In particular, *tand before t h e b a r of public
opinion, h a v i n g been convicted of aelfl*hne** and a disposition to rule all
t h e people of t h * c o u n t r y In t h e Interest of t h e f*w. T b e people a r e pat i e n t and a w a i t i n g to see If t h e o b j e c t
lesson w h i c h they h a r e been forced t o ,
g i v e t o t h e s e l e a d e r s Is going to b a
recognized and If t h e y a r e going to
conform themselves and their f u t u r e
w o r k a n d a c t i o n s In a c c o r d a n c e t h e r ^
to."
L e t t h e people r e m e m b e r t h a t comm e n t , " T h e F e d e r a t i o n of L a b o r In
p a r t i c u l a r s t a n d s b e f o r e t h e b a r of
public opinion h a v i n g b e e n convicted
of s e l f i s h n e s s and a disposition to r u l e
all t h e people of t h e c o u n t r y in t h e
I n t e r e s t of t h e f e w . "
T h e g r e a t 90 p e r c e n t of A m e r i c a n s
do n o t t a k e kindly to t h e a c t s of tyra n n y by t h e s e t r u s t l e a d e r s openly dem a n d i n g t h a t all people bow d o w n t o
t h e r u l e s of t h e L a b o r T r u s t a n d w e
a r e t r e a t e d (o t h e h u n r t U r t h i g speatacle of o u r C o n g r e s s a n d e v e n t h e Chief
E x e c u t i v e e n t e r t a i n i n g t h e s e convicted l a w - b r e a k e r * and l i s t e n i n g w i t h
c o n s i d e r a t i o n t o t h e i r Insolent dem a n d s t h a t t h e very law* b e c h a n g e d
to allow t h e m to s a f e l y c a r r y on t h e i r
plan of g a i n i n g control o v e r t h e a f f a i r s
of t h e people.
T h e s t u r d y w o r k e r s of A m e r i c a h a v e
c o m e to k n o w t h e t r u t h a b o u t t h e s e
" m a r t y r s sacrificing t h e m s e l v e s In t h e
noble c a u s e of l a b o r " but It's only t h e
h y s t e r i c a l ones w h o swell u p and c r y
over the aforesaid "heroes," reminding o n e of t h e t w o r o m a n t i c elderly
m a i d s who, w e e p i n g copiously, w e r e
d i s c o v e r e d by t b e old J a n i t o r a t M t
Vernon.
" W h a t Is It alls you l a d i e s ? "
Taking the handkerchief from one
swollen red eye, b e t w e e n s o b s s h e
said:
" W h y , w e h a v e so long r e v e r e d t h e
m e m o r y of G e o r g e W a s h i n g t o n t h a t
w e feel It a privilege to c o m e h e r e
a n d w e e p a t his t o m b . "
" Y a s ' m , yaa'm, yo* s h o r e h a s a des i r e to e x p r e s s yo' s y m p a t h y , b u t yo'
a r e overflowin' a t de w r o n g spot, yo'
Is w e e p i n ' a t de Ice h o u s e . "
Don't get m a u d l i n about law-breaker* w b o m u s t be p u n i s h e d if t h e very
e x i s t e n c e of our people Is to be maintained.
If you h a v e any s u r p l u s s y m p a t h y
It can be e x t e n d e d to t h e h o n e s t worke r s w h o c o n t i n u e to e a r n food w h e n
threatened and are frequently hurt
and s o m e t i m e s killed before t h e c o u r t s
c a n I n t e r v e n e to protect t h e m .
Now t h e L a b o r T r u s t l e a d e r s dem a n d of C o n g r e s s t h a t t h e c o u r t * b e
s t r i p p e d of power to Issue InJunctlona
to p r e v e n t t h e m f r o m a s s a u l t i n g or
perhaps murdering men who dare earn
a living w h e n o r d e r e d by t h e L a b o r
T r u s t to quit work.
Don't " w e e p at t h e Ice H o u s e " a n d
d o n ' t p e r m i t a n y set of l a w - b r e a k e r s
to bully o u r courta, If your voice and
vole can p r e v e n t . Be s u r e and w r i t e
y o u r R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s and S e n a t o r * l a
C o n g r e s s a s k i n g t h e m not to vote for
any m e a s u r e to p r e v e n t t h e c o u r t s
f r o m p r o t e c t i n g h o m e s , p r o p e r t y and
p e r s o n s f r o m a t t a c k by paid a g e n t * of
thl* g r e a t L a b o r Tru*t.
Let every r e a d e r write, and w r i t e
now.
Don't sit silent and allow t b e organized and paid men of t h i s g r e a t
t r u s t to f o r c e C o n g r e s s to believe t h e y
r e p r e * e n t t h e g r e a t ma*se* of t h e
A m e r i c a n people. Say your aay a n d
let y o u r r e p r e s e n t a t i v e * la C o n g r e s s
know t h a t you do not want to be gove r n e d u n d e r now laws which would
e m p o w e r t h e L a b o r T r u s t leader* w i t h
legal right to tell you w h e n to work.
W h e r e ! F o r w h o m ! Al w h a t p r i c e !
W h a t t o buy? W h a t not to b u y !
W h o m to v o t e f o r ! How m u c h you
*hall pay per month In fee* to t b e Labor T r u * t ! etc., etc., etc.
T h i s power 1* now being d e m a n d e d
by t b e paasage of law* In Congreaa.
Tell y o u r S e n a t o r s and Repr«*entatlve* plainly t h a t you don't want t h e m
to v o t e for any m e a a u r e t h a t will allow any aet of men e i t h e r repreaenting Capital or L a b o r to g o v e r n and
d i c t a t e to t h e c o m m o n people, who
p r e f e r to be f r e e to go and come, work
or not, a n d vote f o r whom they please.
^ E v e r y m a n ' a liberty will d l a a p p e a r
w h e n t b e leader* of t b e g r e a t L a b o r
T r u * t or any o t h e r tru*t can
ride
r o u g h *hod over people and maa* t h e i r
force* to p r e v e n t our c o u r t s f r o m aff o r d i n g protection.
There * a Reaaon."
C. W. P O S T , B a t t l e Creek, Mich.
.
i
s
THE PASSING OF EUROPE'S
ROYAL REPROBATE.
N E W KINO AND Q U E E N O F B E L G I U M .
Leopold, of Belgium, a S t r a n g e Combination of Man and Mpntter—
•
King W h o Boldly Defied Decencies and .Flaunted H i s Scandals
In the Face of Mis Subjects—Mis Matred of Mis Daughters—The
Horrors of the Congo, f r o m W h i c h Me Reaped B l o o d s t a i n e d
Millions.
When Leopold II., King of Bclgluin,
died recently there passed from earth
one of the most remnrkabie inonarchs
of Europe—a man whose characteristics ran the entire gamut from kingly
dignity to bruzen immorality, a man
who was as famous for his busiues?
ability as he was infamous for hie
meretricious conduct.
A giant In physique, a master of dlplomacy, a prodigious worker, a lover
of his country and Us people, a monarch of mingled austerity and democracy, a faithless husband, a cruel and
u n n a t u r a l father, a marvel of tendernest to the children of the streets and
a monster of cruelty as the personal
owner of the Congo region, a breaker
of h e a r t s and the victim of h e a r t
i
dal to Europe. His t r e a t m e n t of his
two elder d a u g h t e r s has been notorious. It has been suspected t h a t he
squandered the fortune of his sister,
the insane ex-Empreas Carlotta, o(
Mexico.
He stinted his youngest
d a u g h t e r In the necessaries of her position, and his relations with the Baroness Vaughan, the daughter of a
Janitor whom he raised to the nobility, amazed even the boulevardiers of
P a r i s by their boldneas.
Yet for twenty years a f t e r he became king the little t h a t was known
of Leopold was favorable. He was the
son of Leopold I., the ruler whoso influence over Queen Victoria of Great
Britain was so valued by her a n d so
beneficial to her people. Born In 1835,
he was brought up so strictly that
some moralists have s a ~ his later
libertinism was in the n a t u r e of a reaction. He found his principal relaxation in travel. Before he was 21 he
had visited a large part of Asia Minor,
and a f t e r his m a r r i a g e with the Archduchess Marie Henrlette of Austria In
1853, he traveled to the Holy Land, to
India and Chlnn. He was about to set
off for Japan, which at t h a t time had
only recently been opened to Europeans, when the death of his father,
in 1865, forced him to assume the
burdens of a king.
For a t i m e men spoke well of the
young king.
His great height and
military carriage made him a dignified
figure.
His family life seemed happy,
and was, at any rate, not disturbed by
open scandal, and tales were told of
the laborious days he spent in his castle at Laeken, working over affairs of
state.
u
in
return for men. If they fall to supply
them t h e i r villages are burned. Soldiers raised u n d e r ' such conditions
and held in practical slavery have
been armed with the best of rifles and
ammunition and have been allowed to
tyrannize over their fellow countrymen. On the slightest provocation
they have been let loose to raid, pillage, mutilate and kill. T h e i r officers
have had little control over them, and
Bometimes, it has seemed, little desire
to control them.
But of all the abuses to which Irrefutablo testimony has been brought,
the worst has been the exploitation of
Leopold's monopoly in rubber. To European and American t r a d e r s Leopold's regime has meant the setting u p
of a monopoly and tho exclusion of all
but government employes. Occasionally an outrage such as tho execution
of the ex-missionary, Stokes, in 1895
and the Imprisonment of the Austrian
t r a d e r Rabenlck. In 1901, h a s aroused
foreign indignation. But t h e worst of
the system has been felt by the natives.
On them has been Imposed a rubber
tax to raise which h a s m e a n t almost
a decimation of the population. The
officials of the F r e e State have been
egged on by a system of payment for
results to exact from the miserable
population every ounce t h a t Is possible. To get t h e rubber the natives
have been forced to take long journeys
from home, and have been visited with
nuiMlat'^n nnd death if they failed
In 'hci.
•
Villages have been
flr' 1 women.
e been attacked and
children have bt
left with feet and
bands lopped off
die In the forests.
Roger Casement,
British consul at
Boma, estimated
t In the ten years
before 1004 tho
latlon of one distrlct hi l been i
ced 60 or 70 per
uce of the Free
;
tj'
#
trallbn. Against this
f n g i m u i system European nations a n d
the United S t a t e s have protested In
vain.
L e o p o l d ' s Successor.
SIGNS UPON W H I C H MILLIONS
OF DOLLARS CHANGE HANDS.
P a n d e m o n i u m so G r e a t Voices Cannot Be H e a r d — S i g n L a n g u a g e E n a b l e s B r o k e r s to M a k e Deals.
fb
ooy
Pandemonium and the stock exchange and board of trade have become almost synonymous, yet most of
the t r a d i n g so f a r as wheat Is concerned could be done by deaf mutes. The
crook of a finger may mean the sale of
FOND O F N A T U R E
thousands of bushels of grain on the About the beauties of a glen
floor of the exchange, and a simple
Have poets raved.
motion of the hand may be expressive Id like to see one now and then
of a deal which might take h u n d r e d !
If It were paved.
of words to express on paper.
Staid, substantial business men may Tliat there Is g r a n d e u r In a cliff
apparently be performing the five-finThe bards declare.
ger exercise which is tho bane of their I'd willingly ascend one If
little d a u g h t e r s music lessons, yet his
It had a stair.
entire business may be dependent upon a seemingly meaningless wiggling I , ' m 'ond of every rural scene
of digits. Positions of the hands which
hill to beaoh,
would make shadow animals of fierce W h e i * It is not too Inconven
aspect against the wall, may be signal- I ' e i l t t o reach.
Ing a deal of momentous Import.
—Louisville Courler-Joui
A sign language as universal as the
Morse telegraphic code Is used on
J U M P IN EXPENSES.
T h e thrifty tradesman had recelvei
every Chamber of Commerce fioor, particularly In times of stress and fiur- , - n n D'nck Hand'" letter demanding 15,
rles. It is a code of signals which Is
!. . o n p e n a ' , y of death.
You want to make the cost ol
Instantly recognized and means the
same on the floors of the boards of living ridiculously hlg|,." he wrott
an
tbe
t r a d e In Kansas City, Chicago. Duluth ^
«v. W l l h t h l 3
'ncldenl
or New York, and every trader Is ac- closed.—Philadelphia Ledger
quainted with it.
BOTH ANCIENT.
Yelling frantically at the top of his
'Remains to be s e e n , ' " said the
voice, one trader may want to sell
wheat, and do It quickly, but In the custodian of the Egyptian department
pandemonium he Is unable to deter- 'n the museum, pointing at the mumniy In the glass case.
m o w y r " S w " e , i t,,,! " 8 " 0 r ' " n ® "
J v ? y
up longer a
her n
But he referred to the c h e s t n u t warranted.
Chicago Tribune.
UEHT
ward Inqul
**
M
Leopold's only son, Leopold Ferdi^ POSITION OF SUFFERING.
1
nand, died in 1869, wnen 9 .. years old.
I am afraid of pain, and that 1
His eldest daughter, the Princess
why I would not like to be the wai
T h e successor to the royal r a k e of
den of a jail."
Louise, married In 1875 Prince Philip
Europe Is his nephew. Prince Albert,
"Why not?'*
of Saxe-Coburg, nephew of Queen Vicson of Leopold's brother, the late
ViCEJfT
Because a jail warden Is ^bound
toria. and a f t e r w a r d caused a s c a n l a l
Prince Philippe, Count of Flanders.
to have a felon always on his bauds
which
startled
Europe.
After
over
D u r i n g the Franco-Prussian war his
He Is not quite 35 years of age, is
Baltimore American.
country was in a delicate position, sit- twenty years of married life, in which
married to the Princess Elizabeth, of
C-EMPBCSS CAHLOTTA.
I-l i
uated, as it was, so near the scene of she had a good deal of £ause to comBavaria, and has two sons and a
HARMLESS COMM
breaking misfortune, adorable a s a the early battles with no. n a t u r a l fron- plain of her husband, she eloped with
The Salome dancer h
daughter. He succeeds his uncle bea
young
lieutenant
of
Austrian
Uhlans
king and a stench In the nostrils as a tiers. Leopold, however, steered a
on—"
cause the Gallc law bars women from
man, implacable in his hatreds, con- course of rigid neutrality, and when named Keglevltch. She met him In
"Horrors!"
tho
throne.
He
Is
a
democratic
man,
scienceless in his t r e a t m e n t of his own French fugitives f r o m Sedan crossed Vienna at the palace of her sister, the
" L e m m e finish, will you?
a civil engineer, a great traveler and
Crown
Princess
Staphanle.
Kegevitch's
daughters, tireless in the service of his boundary he interned them until
lome
dancer has nothing on
a
sociologist
of
note.
In
1898
he
vishis country and equally tireless in the end of the war. As a whole the attentions aroused so much comment
classic school when It come
ited America and spent some time in
that
her
husband
fought
a
duel
with
p u r s u i t of pleasure, lovable and ap- country prospered, and, secure In the
don and grace."—Louisville
# 9
4
the northwest in company of J a m e s
proachable by the plain people, shame- neutrality guaranteed to It by the con- him; and a few weeks later, in 1898,
Journal.
'Acmr
J.
Hill,
the
railroad
magnate.
He
Is
At
i C E j r r
less In his vices. Such was Leopold.
cert of Europe In 1832, It played a she ran away with her admirer.
beloved by the Belgian people who
As a ruler who had done much to leading part as a promoter of interna- once all the power of the Austrian emHIS L I T T L E FAD.
gladly welcome him to the throne.
SIQX LANOl'AOE ON "CIIAXaE.
promote the welfare of his country tional agreements on such matters as pire was turned against t h e couple.
" T h a t fellow always carrU
At
one
time
it
looked
as
though
his
Keglevltch was arrested and Imprisonand to safeguard Us every Interest, neutrality in war and hygiene.
egg about with him."
marriage might prove as u n f o r t u n a t e mine what the equally f r a n t i c Individ"Why " •
Belgians mourn his loss. As one whom
ual across the pit will pay for It. The
The change of public feeling toward ed, with only a pretense of a trial, on
as those of others of the Belgian royal
they would have preferred to respect, the king is associated with the series a charge of forging notes of 575,000
"He heard t h a t It Is a s u r a '
man
with
wheat
to
sell
clenches
his
family. In spite of the three children
but whose actions made him a nation- of unpleasant Incidents in which his florins. The princess was not only difist and t u r n s It downward; It la a for flsh-bon© In the t h r o a t /
born to them, two years ago the prinal disgrace, his passing is a relief. family h a s been concerned and with vorced, but was confined for years In
I should think It would
cess returned to her p a r e n t s at Mu- sign t h a t he wants to sell a t an even t r o u b , e t o
Leopold was almost 75 years of age. the administration of the Congo F r e e a lunatic asylum In Saxony.
cent. If the t r a d e r opposite wants to
stop eating fish,
nich,
declaring
her
Intention
of
never
Leopold's second daughter, Stephabuy at an even cent, he waves his I V l l l e ^ " r t ^ J o u r n a l .
revisiting Belgium, but they have since
nie, has had a hardly less exciting caclenched fist aloft.
been reconciled.
reer. She was married in 1881 to the
A BUSY BEE.
Sticking the forefinger out means
Archduke Rudolph, crown prince of
" F a t h e r thinks I ought to
the
buyer
will
pay
an
eighth
of
a
cent
Napolla
business a bit,'* remarked
Austria. The story of his love affair
over the even figure. The finger must youth.
My ol'.a son name* Napoll.
with the Baroness Marie Vetsera. endif- CtoQWN
be tilted up, like a " T h i s way to the
He eesa beega lad;
"Made a s t a r t as y e t ? "
ing In his being murdered In the huntgallery" sign, otherwise to point downHe no work een da barber shop
ing lodge at Meyerling, shocked EuOh, yaas. I've ordered t h |
ward would Indicate a desire to sell.
eL12A&eT«
Dn anm" hees ol'a dud.
ness suits and had me name
rope. Emperor F r a n c i s Joseph beHe Ilk' for do mooch beega theeng,
F r a c t i o n s are expressed in this fashatJ a commercial
club."—1
friended the widowed Stephanie, and
"No leetla Job." he snys;
Ion: One-quarter, by sticking out t h e Courier-Journal.
In 1890, when she desired to m a r r y portant priority In the Congo region. He go to Cambreedge ev'ra morn
first two fingers of the hand; threeCount Elemer of Lonyay. willingly The original organization was succeedFor di'eKu beog subway.
eighths. by three fingers; three-fourths,
T H E GIRL EXPLAINS.
gave his consent to the match. Klug ed by the International Association of
by the whole hand stuck out, the
"Yes; he squeezed my hand In the
Leopold, however,'was bitterly opposed the Congo ojd In 1884. under protesta- He gntta twelve doll" ev'ra week
t
h
u
m
b
and
fingers
rigid
and
close
toFor work eights hours a day;
conservatory last n i g h t "
to it. and refused to be reconciled to tions of an1 Intention to b r ' n g free
Dago boy weeth no mooch school gether. The t h u m b tilted upward
"I h o p e you had
the grace to
his daughter, even on the intercession trade and cltlllzatlon to tha benighted For
means the t r a d e r wants to buy a t sev- blush."
Eees pretta goods pay.
of the pope.
negroes, the Congo Free State was es- He dresa up nluhts an* com* een shop. en-eighths. With the hand reversed
"Well, m o t h e r , there's no use
Meanwhile the youngest of Leopold's tablished, uttier the tutelage of BelBut no geev me da han';
and the t h u m b p r o t r u d i n g downward, blushing In a d a r k conservatory."—
daughters. Princess Clementine, has glum. In t h | following yetr Leopold, Baycause he deega dat subway
the opposite Is expressed.
Louisville Courier-Journal.
lived unmarried in Belgium.
Many to the a s t o n i h m e n t of thei world, asHe feels he's beega man.
^Split quotations come close to being
suitors for her hand have been men- sumed soverdgn power o»Jr the new —Boston Herald.
physical culture exercises, a split. In
A PRACTICAL LAD.
tioned from time to time, and It Is slate. S l n g u k r l y enough his remarkpit parlance, being a term for a dif"Engaged
to be married, I h e a r "
T
h
e
D
e
c
l
i
n
e
oC
t
h
e
D
r
a
m
a
.
aDle
claim
wis
not
d
i
s
p
u
t
e
!
and
soon
believed that she would not have been
"Yes."
"How many actresses were present ference either way f r o m the m a r k e t
averse to marrying. The selfishness of came to be a ^ e p t e d as a f^ct.
price of one-sixteenth. The sign for
" S u r e the girl Is your true soulThe Congoj Free S t a t e was t h u s at the big reception?"
the old king prevented his giving his
this Is a cross between doubling the m a t e ? "
"
T
h
r
e
e
!
"
consent, while his avarice forced his made, not a irovlnce or coU-ny of Bel"Well, i haven't given this soul" E h ! Why, I heard It stated there fist and relaxing outward the first two
daughter to live In very plain circum- glum. but metely subject to Belgium's
fingers.
mate Idea much t h o u g h t I don't bestances. At one time it was announced klug. In othef words the vast African would be at least fifty!"
lieve a soulmate would bo much of
" T h e r e were at least fifty women of
Wonder.
that Leopold's 111 t r e a t m e n t of Clemen- territory, wltk Its millions of black
a cook, anyhow."—^Louisville Courierthe
stage
present,
but
only
three
of
She runs to meet me down the street Journal.
tine had become so pronounced t h a t savages, becaije a personal possession
And I'm as happy as a king.
of Leopold. Tpen the king sent to the them could act."—Cleveland Plain
she was about to enter a nunnery.
I wonder Is It me she loves
In 1902 Queen Marie Henrlette lay Congo Free StUe a Belgian governor Dealer.
PLUNKVILLE HAPPENINGS.
Or Just the candy that I bring?
dying. Stephanie, who had lost her general and hundreds of subordinates.
Simple Enouffh.
" W h a t happened at the town hall
—Detroit Free Press.
last n i g h t ? "
archducal rank upon her remarriage, From that tldjo forward ho used his
"One writer says t h a t genius Is the
hastened to her mother's deathbed. African domalh as a mine of wealth, capacity for t a k i n g pains.
Genius,
"Prof. Mutt lectured on the hool
Approprinte Decoration.
Leopold turned her out of doors and selling concessions and forcing tens of however, has never been satisfactor"I see where 'Cook hats' are to be worn."
threatened to treat Clementine In the thousands of tie natives into practical ily defined."
"Is he fer It or against l t ? " all t h e rage this winter.
I wonder
Loulsvlile Courier-Journal.
same manner If she dared talk with slavery.
" I t ' s simple enough.
Genius Is the how they will be trimmed."
A few cotton :loths or colored hand- capacity for existing without regular
her sister.
"I should judge with wreaths of the
ANOTHER VICTIM.
In more recent years there have been kerchiefs are ofered to the chiefs in meals."
Ice plant."
He
— W e ' d have won the football
numerous scandals a t t e n d i n g the efgame If our captain hadn't lost his
forts of the three daughters to secure
ONE N R ITN^LE SAX'?
W A R DOGS D A M A G E D IN COLLISION.
head.
their s h a r e of their mot... .
jurtni,..
She—Mercy! was It so bad as that?
which Leopold refused to Rive up Tin
I heard It was only an ear.—Bosmiserable old man h ; don• veiyton T r a n s c r i p t
thing to Impoverish hi daughters. He
has sold their mo
' Jewelry a m '
AWAY OUT IN SQUANTUM.
household treasure!
en her dresses
Jack—I was In a box at the opera
—to dealers. Whll
' wrath of the
last night.
civilized world ha;
n growing In
Tom—Were you?
the last few years
Loonobl mi
Jack—I should say I was.
I took
account of the Cougo. his aiiLiJectb
two ladles there and then discovered
have
been
shamed
by
the
stories
of
his
T H E L A T E KING L E O P O L D OF B E L G I U M .
that I had left the tickets at home.
scandalous personal conduct.
—Boston Transcript.
\
His magnificent physique and splendid
constitution had been wrecked by his
excesses, elm- he would have been still
in his prime at that age.
Leopold's S t r i k i n g Career.
In the annals of Europe Leopold II.
will be remembered as the only monarch of recent times who opehly and
deliberately set himself to make
money out of his position. His friends
declared with pride that he was fit to
be his own finance minister; his critics saw in his Congo Free State administration the most cold-blooded exploitation o^ Uncivilized races undertaken since the days of Cortes and
Plzarro. in addition, his private life
and family relations have been a scanATCHISON GLOBE SIGHTS.
Every man thinks bis brutality Is
"tact."
Fishing seems to be the favorite
form of loafing.
Any woman closely associated with
a man can make or break him.
None of us realize how much people talk about us behind our backs.
Talk with any man five minutes, and
he will say the trouble with him Is,
fee Is too meek.
State. Leopold's sister. Carlotta, was
married to the Emperor Maximilian of
Mexico. His execution drove her violently Insane and for more than forty
years she has been referred to as
Poor Carlotta" more frequently than
in any other way. According to her
marriage
settlements her fortune,
which she had received from her father, King Leopold I., should
have
passed Into the care of Emperor Francis Joseph of Austria, brother of Maximilian, but Leopold II. refused to pay
it over.
1 he ex-Empress has been kept in
confinement ever since, and persistent
rumors have been c u r r e n t t h a t not
only had the king squandered all her
fortune, but that he had kept her s h u t
Every shiftless man Is a liar; he
acquired the habit In giving excuses.
NVe despise a man who doesn't appreciate a friend; friends are so rare.
Out of one hundred people who try
to save money, ninety-five will make
the attempt very feebly.
Even when times are very good,
things will not come your way unless
you carefully start them.
There are so many kinds of meanness that people now talk about tho
meanest kind of meanness.
T h e Congo H o r r o r .
It would take pages to give a comprehensive history of the Congo outrages for which Leopold Is held responsible and which have marked him
as a monster of greed and cruelty.
His persona! possession of the Congo
Free S t a t e in Africa came about
through tho mutual jealousy of the
European powers and his own presumptuous ambition. In 1876 he convoked a conference of explorers and
geographers to discuss the development of Africa. There w a s founded
the International Association for the
exploration and civilization of Africa
and. owing to the preoccupation of the
European powers in the eastern question, the association secured an 1m-
THE UNITED STATES
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B A T T L E S H I P GEORGIA.
the N e b r a s k a , W h i c h Collided w i t h t h e G e o r g i a on t h e S o u t h e r n Drill G r o u n d s . )
HOUSEHOLD HINTS.
When laundering starched articles
W H A T W I S E MEN H A V E SAID.
In winter always add borax to tho
If It Is necessary to stir rice, use a
starch and the ouffa and collars will
Luck
Is a small matter.—U. S.
fork.
not lose shape. (
Grant
Always cook oats In boiling water
By adding one tablespoonful of butWho sows courtesy, reaps friendship.
and sprinkle them in a few a t a ter or a half curt of cream to the bat-Basil.
time.
ter, pancakes cdn be baked without
Mop off linoleum once a month with greasing the grlddlf.
A good resolve will m a k e any port.
boiled linseed oil and It will look like
Always soak such things as dried —Horace.
new.
corn, beans.
hominy and rice over
Moke your life your m o n u m e n t Dip a new broom In a good soap night, and It will gave your fuel. It Ben Jonson.
suds once a week and see how much will not take one-third as long to cook
I n all things let reason be your
longer it will l a s t
them.
guide.—Solon.
SPLINTERS.
Dog b i t e — F r o n k f u r t e r lunch.
Phonograph dealers usually have a
good line of talk.
The man with the long head usually
has a short tongue.
Biggs—Isn't there a deep ring to
that man's
voice? W l g g s - Y e s . he
must have a hollow head.
You had better not make any New
Year's resolutions unless you have a
bottle of good glue handy.
What a Yacht Is.
Cornelius Vanderbllt at a dinner
at Bar Harbor in honor of his sloop
Aurora's victory In Che s q u a d r c i
run from Portland to Rockland, said
aptly:
"Yachts, like these, then, don't
come under the cynical deflnitlon I
once beard
a Camden lobsterman
give.
" ' W h a t , exactly. Is a yacht?* a lady
said to this old lobsterman.
"He plugged a lobster's claws and
answered mockingly:
" ' W h a t ' s a yacht? Oh. ye just
take an' old tub or craft, a n ' fill her
up with whisky an' chicken an' cigars. a n ' git yer friends all op board,
an' bev a high old time—an' that's
a yacht." "—Washington Star.
Imprisoned for Sneezing.
"An
Alsatian
conscript
named
Alme Hugelln, serving In the Ger
man artillery at Mayence, bad thy
misfortune to sneeze at the moment
when the
non-commlssloned officer
was lecturing him and calling him
a "noodle beaded Frenchman."
Hugelln's explanation that be had
a severe cold did not avail him, and
he was sentenced to four months Imprisonment, a finding that has been
upheld on appeal.—Strasburg corn*
pondent Le Ma Or
and bore himself with distinction. H i s
h a n d s o m e f a c e waa deeply bronzed by
exposure to tbe weather, and although
br»t—
but ^bout 35 years old his black h a i r
ft«- heart of • m«n fO«« oo.
sprinkled with silFill •
on bl> n»bl-won> ^ • was plentituliy
ver. Before he reached the door b e
f l i w forth
met Betty returning. Bvery vestige
Tb" Mnte of comjueit woo;
of color had left her face.
But tb* m t u l - of hi- llf« !• n»ut«.
"QJy o p a l ! " she gaaped. m e e t i n g his
•I b« •oof of hli ip^ecb U 4one
look of Inquiry. "My black o p a l ! "
He followed her to her table, and
BMt —t»-«t—ix-mt—b**t—
stooping, picked up the p e n d a n t f r o m
Til* h»*rt of the child »oef p«t;
As he did so bis cuff
Sow high with bop*, now low with t b e c a r p e t
drew up f r o m his wrist and Betty gazfaar.
ed with faaclnaled eyes a t a small,
Xow wl«blnc for thl»—than t h a t ;
green anchor tattooed there.
Rorkonlnx I1UI* of care to come—
Her f r i e n d s w e r e close behind her.
l l n p p r "I 1 1 1 <>*11 o r b a t
"Why, Captain Hartwell. I thought
you were in RKypt!*'
B#at:—with flutterinx heat
"So I was." a n s w e r e d the s t r a n g e r ,
Th» heart of • maiden i l r h i ;
rtlroloo*—«lr!Ub—the
fain would '^but, you know, I never stay long in
one place."
aid
In a few days Betty received an In8 o m i i>Abl« high e m p r l i e :
vitation to Join a party for a c r u i s e In
For vara and anon i h e dr^anii.
the Mediterranean In C a p t a i n JlartLOT# lighting h r r tondar ayoa.
well's steam yacht.
T
'
One magical, moonlight evening
And tiow n«'at m e ncart* or the old.
Betty and the captain were sitting on
He it on gmndilM* or dame;
deck, slightly a p a r t f r o m the o t h e r s
Gone are the caroa of mld a«e,
'T am Interested In t h a t opal of
Dav unto day ia the same.
l i v i n g again In the eyes of the young, yours," he was saying. "It Is a gem
that has peculiar fascination for me.
Happy In youth's glad (lame.
I am so bewitched by Us b e a u t y t h a t
And the heart of the world goes throb. I c a r r y this about with me," and he
drew from his pocket something t h a t
Strnng-^reatlfM—great:
Filled with paialon or right or wrong— gleamed In the moonlight.
"Oh." exclaimed Betty, " t h e sailor
I;Ove. and work, and hatp.
didn't give away the necklace a f t e r
Short la the time for love,
all! At last I've found t h e r e s t of the
Hut all too long for woe,
story!"
Aa heat—beat—•boat—bent.
Then s h e told him the tale h e r aunt
Life'a heart throbs come and go.
—C. If. Palna, In the London Queen. had related 1o h e r ; and the m a n marvelled a t tbe s t r a n g e n e s s of fate. "I
gave practically m y last dollar for t h e
A
»Ta aT« A aTa a% aTa aTa aTa aTa a?t j stones In that necklace," he said. "A
| miner needed m o n e y to e s c a p e an unp l e a s a n t n e s s In Australia, and I accommodated blm. 1 had them set In a
necklace for a lady with whom J fancied myself In love, but she had the
kindness and good s e n s e to throw m e
I over. You know who the lady was. I
| learned b e f o r e long t h a t I had a r a r e
By
t r e a s u r e In the necklace, and though
JkC A - R T " X.. X A . T r L O R
many times t e m p t e d to sell it I could
not part with i t I think I must have
*
I
been saving It for t h e woman I hope
W K* K* ^ K< K* K* * * * * K* K*
K4 w
to m a k e my wife."
Betty held the tcintlllatlng green
Betty felt his eyes upon her face,
Jewel in her palm.
and s h e hoped t h a t In tbe subdued
"How h e a u t l f u l l " she 'breathed, ec- light he did not see the conscious col•tatlcally. "You can look dee-p down or t h a t Irresistibly rose to her cheek
Within a year Betty's p e n d a n t w a s
into it. It reminds mo of sunbeams
f l a y i n g on burled t r e a s u r e In the restored to its original setting.
And " t h e rest of the story" was
depths of the deep, green sea."
"Nonsense!" laughed Aunt Flor- perfectly satisfactory to both Betty
•nco. "You never saw guch an Im- and tbe sailor.—Boston Post.
possible combination!"
LAZIEST OF MORTALS.
"Wall, k'» like the sim and the sea.
anyway, and I love the sea," declared
Betty on the defensive, shifting the A Foreman's Description of the Jamaica Negro In P a n a m a .
•tone about to catch the fa.oclnntlng
lights reflected f r o m Its depths.
" T h e J a m a i c a n n e g r o is about the
"If It's like the sea. perhaps thnt'a slowest proposition
t h a t the Lord
•why I never cared for the gem. You ever put tho b r e a t h of life into."
know I bate and fear the ocean."
remarked Roy F. Round, a f o r em an
Betty bad heard rumors of a sailor of construction on t h e P a n a m a Raillover some years younger than Aunt road. who is e n j o y i n g a brief furFlorence, and w hom she had Jilted for lough with his family at Macon. Mo.
a man more suited to hnr years and "If t h e r e was a law t h a t h e had to
temperament. Betty bad many times dig his own g r a v e he would have
fished for her aunt's confidence on to s t a r t at It in bis early manhood.
this Interesting detail of her Mfe.
"Ten American t r a m p s , t h e kind
Here wag an opportune moment to your city m a r s h a l r u n s out of town
try again.
here, will do m o r e work than forty
Two white men
"Uncle Tom was a sea captain." of those fellows.
•he ventured, turning to t h e mirror can very easily carry a c e d a r tie.
and trying the effect of the gem but when you w a n t the J a m a i c a n s to
against her bright hair. "I shouldn't do the Job a squad of Ave or six will
PMnk you would have married him go a f t e r t h e tie. A 730 pound rail
t h a t seven or eight American workIf you disliked the ocean."
men could lift easily would necessiM
He gave up the sea soon a f t e r
tate a swarm of J a m a i c a n s so thick
we were married, as he promised me. that you wouldn't see the rail.
It wn« on bis last trip that he became
" T h e s e n e g r o e s a r e widely differpossessd of the black opal. The Jewent from t h e American brand. They
el was then practically unknown In
haven't the slightest idea of music
tb w market, and it is rare even now."
and can't even dance. It delights
"Is it a story?" asked Betty, matchtheir e a r s Just as much to h a m m e r
ing the opal to her wonderful eyes.
on a couple of tin pans a s it would
"Not much of a one," smiled her to hear t h e finest o r c h e s t r a In t h e
aunL "His ship was lying at a port land. They ore gullible beyond comIn Australia when a young fellow prehension. You could sell 'em anyclimbed over the side and gave the thing on t h e face of t h e e a r t h . It
algnnl of distress of the secret order doesn't m a k e any difference what the
to which your uncle belonged. T h e thing Is or whether
It is of any
man was an American, young and use. A couple of follows lande<l at
handsome, and your unole let blm Gatun one day and set up an outfit.
hide on board Ull nightfall. When he All In the world thoy had waa a
left he cut this Jewel from a necklace wooden head t h a t twisted around in
of smaller ones ond pressed It upon a grotesque fashion and which tho
your uncle. That night search was owners said could tell fortunes. I
made on your Uncle Tom's ship for suppose it cost probably | 2 or $3.
the young man. who proved to be a Tho Jamalcann s w a r m e d In t h a t t e n t
deserter from the crew of a notorious- like files all day long to have their
ly cruel captain, and your uncle n e r - fortunes told by the wooden beaded
pr
regretted helping In the escape."
seer. Next day I saw t h e two f a k e r s
' How exciting! Tell me some more carrying a saok full of coin and It
about the sailor. Where on e a r t h did was about all they could do to lift
be got the necklace? I wish he'd glv- It over to the d e p o t
en the whole thing to Uncle T o m ! "
"On payday at Empire, which Is
Aunt Florence wore an Inscrutable tbe largest pay station on tho canal,
look that f u r t h e r piqued the curiosity the line e x t e n d s f r o m the pay cars
of her young listener.
back as f a r as the eye can reach.
"Was the sailor very handsome?" So m e t i m e s It t a k e s t h e whole day to
she encouraged.
settle with the laborers.
Awaiting
\ en*. Dark and tall and powerful, the paid off men Is a m a r k e t t h e
and while he was cutting the opal like of which was never seen In all
from its setting your uncle noticed a the world. T h e r e are Hindus with
small green anchor Uttooed upon his bright chawls, fancy h a n d k e r c h i o f s
right wrist."
and dazzling ribbons;
hoodoo doc"How interesting!'' said Betty. "We tors with s t r a n g e c h a r m s t h a t ward
might trace him by t h a t "
off evil and bring wealth u n t o l d ;
Her aunt continued: "I once knew old hags offering to tell f o r t u n e s ;
a sailor, tall and handsome, with a half clad girls with baskets of pinegreen anchor tattooed on bis right apples, o r a n g e s a n d b a n a n a s ; boys
w r i s t ; one who would be Just lawless In the same c o s t u m e or perhaps less
enough to run away and Just reck of it with chewing gum and c a n d y ;
l e w enough to spend his last cent upphotographers ready to t a k e pictures;
on a ba.ible, and generous enough to writers t e n d e r i n g t h e i r services to
M o w his most valuable possession indite letters, and so on beyond all
upon one who did him a kindness. Bat
computation—sometime* 600 (people
there are probably hundreds of Just
are t h e r e tr>lng to earn
a penny
•och sailors with small green anf r o m the laborer by
selling him
chors prktced in their wrists. Now
something ho doesn't
want
but
run along with your opal. I was int h i n k s he docs.
tending to give it to you in my will,
"One reason w h y t h e J a m a i c a nebut I d rather you'd b a r e the good of
gro Is so hard to energize Is b e c a u s e
It now. as you're so fond of I t "
h e u n d e r s t a n d s he is a British sub1 love It!" declared Betty. Intem- ject and ho t h i n k s t h a t King Edperately, with shining eves. "But I
ward is a v e r s e to his b e i n g worked
want the re«t of the story." she comtoo hard, and t h a t If ho l e a r n s of
plained.
it he will send w ar sh i p s along to
In a few years the beloved Aunt
start trouble
Florence passed away.
"If a few of the old Mississippi
Betty ba<i the opal hung as a pends t e a m b o a t m a t e s could be recalled
ant upon a slender chain and wore It
temporarily f r o m the happy land to
on festive occasions. One such was a
Instruct tho Jamttlcaiis In the art of
theatre party, followed by supper at
moving a'ong t h e canal could
be
a Bohemian supper place. Bettv waa
completed ahead of tho schedule. —
a picture that evening In a sea-green
eosturoe of clinging material, her gold- New York Sun.
HEARf TM.tOBS.
I
The
|
Black Opal |
»
en hair uncovered and the opal gleaming on her ivory neok. Manv oyes
followed her as she and her partv ieft
tbe room. A man at a nearby table
half-hidden by a p . i m . ^
w h o had
watched her as closely as good breed
permitted. ro«« from his seat and
Wlnuvly followed. H e was very U l l
to a unique battle which waa waged
against J a c k F r o s t at a t i m e w h e n
the fruit was a t Its t e n d e r e s t age
By unusual generalship and the work
of h u n d r e d s of e n t h u s i a s t i c volunt e e r s t h e t e m p e r a t u r e In t h e s e orc h a r d s w a s actually nalsed eight and
nine d e g r e e s over twenty-seven miles
of territory a n d a p r e c e d e n t was esW o m r n Who Are •>Uuruna
tablished which will m e a n much to
A writer In the Baltinlore S t a r baa
the f u t u r e .
an excellent article on the discontent
In California It is said t h a t the of the average woman. She says:
t e m p e r a t u r e has been raised hereto"Women are discontetUed because
fore In some single o r c h a r d s two or they are bad losers. Thdre Is not one
t h r e e degrees, b u t never to e i g h t de- woman In a million that's got a drop
g r e e s and n e v e r b e f o r e h a s t b e work of sporting blood In her reins. W h e n
been carried on over so g r e a t an she doesn't win out—I s a | it In shame
area. Plans a r e now on foot to have for my sex—she welches. | T h i s Ig parevery b e a r i n g orchard in t h e Grand ticularly true In matrimony.
Valley p r o t e c t e d by next seoson, not
"Moat of the fretful, discontented
t h a t t h e r e is a n y likelihood of f r o s t
women are married womtn, and their
every spring In this section, but becomplaint is about the monotony of
c a u s e the protection a g a i n s t possible
domestic life. They will out t h a t
repetition of this y e a r ' s experience is
they are always
doing tasks t h a t
considered cheap insurance.
have
to
be
done
right
ovej again. T h a t
T h e raising of
the t e m p e r a t u r e
over this large a r e a
was
accom- they are cooking meals t h a t are no
plished b y m e a n s of some 300,000 sooner cooked than eateb; sweeping
s m u d g e pots of many different types, floors that have to be swept up a g a i n ;
s o m e b u r n i n g oil for fuel a n d some d a r n i n g socks that have t o t holes In
cool, and placed at i n t e r v a l s Ih tbe them the next day, and g a s h i n g baby
faces that have got bread, and Jam on
orchards.
Oil was c a r r i e d to t h e
pots In wagon t a n k s equipped for them in ten minutes.
"True, domestic life Is monotonous.
t h e purpose.
Spraying
machines
So Is every other kind of work In
w e r e also used In distributing the
oil. A large supply of lighters -was the world that one follows for a livThe bookkeeper jflds up one
kept In r e a d i n e s s in a dry place. ing.
Many of these lighters wore m a d a column of figures a f t e r hnother the
year around. T h e shoemaker makes
by w r a p p i n g wasto about a twisted
wire.
thousands of pairs of shofs one a f t e r
All operations were directed from another. The merchant wrestles with
Grand
Junction. W e a t h e r s t a t i o n s
the same c r a n k y customers day in
established over much of t h e terri- and day out. The grinding monotony
tory and equipped with t h e r m o s t a t s
of a woman's work In the house Is
when the t h r e a t e n i n g weather ar- not a bit more wearying than a m a n ' s
rived m a d e half hourly reports on
Is at his table or dosk. yet men get
the t e m p e r a t u r e to Grand Junction
pleasui o out of their work, and women
When finally tho d a n g e r p o i n t was get nothing but discontent out ^ o f
a p p r o a c h i n g w a r n i n g was s e n t to all
thelra.
^ '
t b e r a n c h m e n to light the fires. Vol"It Is because they are lying down
u n t e e r s also in nearly all walks ol
on t h e i r Jobs. They arc not being
life m a d e their way In automoblle&
dead game sports. They dope It out
and wagons end on bicycles ovei on some fool system t h a t although
the e n t i r e area.
m a t r i m o n y may mean work, for them
So well did this orchard heating It Is going to be some sort of a glided
Idea work t h a t while the tempera- romance, and when It Isn't; when they
t u r e outside tho heated a r e a dropfind out t h a t they've got 'to do withped as low as 20 degrees within t h e
out some of the t h i n g s tbey wanted,
h e a t e d a r e a it did not go below 29%.
and do a lot of things they don't want
Seventy-five per cent, of all t h e f r u i t
to do, they put up a howl febout what
t r e e s which were In bloom were
cared for directly, while even or- poor, persecuted c r e a t u r e s , t h e y are.
"Women nr« dlicontenUd because
c h a r d s owned by those who wero
sceptical of the Idea, were s a v e d by they are too s^lf-consclous. They spend
the fires In the adjoining territory.— t h e i r time vivisecting their emotions.
They coddle ( t h e i r misfortunes and
Scientific American.
make pets and playthings of their
sorrows, and Ihey are never so happy
WORLD'S T E L E P H O N E S .
as when they p r e miserable.
,
Very Nearly T h r e e Out of Four ol
" T h e mlnut any of us ^top to ask
T h e m Are In America.
ourselves if e are happy and satisOf 9,500.000 telophones In t h e wrorld fled, the ans^ r Is bound tn be "No."
7.000.000 a r e in America. 2,000,000 lb Because thet is no humap being so
E u r o p e a n d t h e o t h e r 500,000 scat- blessed as nc to have some sore spot
tered over the r e m a i n d e r of the plan- In his or heri heart, some tt)ld in life.
e t ' s surface. C o m m e n t i n g on t h e s e some crumpled rose leaf under the
r e c e n t e s t i m a t e s and their probable forty mattrojaes of ease.
et women
c o r r e c t n e s s t h e National Telephone who know tbls fact perfect y well agJ o u r n a l of London says;
gravate whatever ingrowi g trouble
" T h e r e a s o n why E u r o p e c u t s so they have Irythelr Uvea by ontinually
poor a figure in comparison with
h a r p i n g upon it.
America is t h a t four or five of t h e
" W h a t women need more than anymost civilized and populous c o u n t r i e s t h i n g else In the world Is to be t a u g h t
a r e extraordinarily backward in tele- the gospel of happiness. T m y need to
phonic d e v e l o p m e n t F r a n c e , Austria, have it impressed upon theii that disHungary, Belgium. Holland and Italy
content is cowardice, and tokt if they
—in t h e flint four of which the tele.don't like 'the c o n d i t i o n a l l y which
phone Is entirely in t h e h a n d s of
they are surrounded It Is up tp them
t h e G o v e r n m e n t — m a y b e Instanced.
to change things. Otherwise to shut
In the w h o l e of F r a n c e t h e r e a r e less
np. To whine about a thing and still
than 200,000 stations, and in Austria
and H u n g a r y combined t h e r e a r e ac- bear it Is to i c t the p a r t of a cur dog
"Women alpo need lb ha e It borne
tually f e w e r telephones t h a n in the
In upon theib that the woman who
city of Chicago.
"Ancient cities of universal renown, goes off in the s u m m e r wi h the chilcounting 400,000 or 500,000 inhabit- dren, who visits m o t h e r occasionally,
ants, and moreover of g r e a t e r com- who can get off two or h r e e aftermercial importance, such as Lyons, noons a week to shop, oi go to the
Marseilles,
Naples,
Antwerp
and matinee, or play bridge, aid who still
Prague, a r e f a r b e h i n d
American complains of the monoton.' of her lot
towns with 50,000 to 100,000 Inhabit- to a man who shows up it his office
ants. such as Peoria. St. Joseph, Day- as regular as a clock for 313 days a
ton and Norfolk. Va. f which fow Eu- year certainly has her nerve with her.
" T h e remedy for the discontented
ropeans have ever heard of; while
Vienna, with a population of nearly women Is to put some hrart in their
2.000.000. has not so many s t a t i o n s as work, and to keep house with intelliSan Francisco, with 350.000 souls. If gence Instead of m a k i n g it a d r e a r y
tho countries of Central and W e s t e r n round of drudgery. And above all,
Bhirope w e r e as well developed tele- to quit thinking about tkemselves so
phonioally as even Great Britain and much. Work and unselfishness—they
Germany, to say nothing of Scandin- pace the road to happlne»s."
avia. tbe comparison with America
would be vastly more flattering."
A V c u o m v d Toinrnp.
In t r u t h f u l numbers be ske sung.
The
Woman
with
tfce Serpent's
M O U N T A I N E E R ' S SAVINGS.
Tongue;
Mostly In Gold, and Some of It Had Concerning whom Fame hints a t things
Told hut In ahrugs and whisperings;
Been Burled for Fifty Years.
T h e F i r s t National Bank of Logan. Ambitious from her natal hour.
W. Va., h a s received a deposit which And scheming ull her lift for power;
With little left of seemly pride;
h a s a n i n t e r e s t i n g story •behind IL With venomod fangs she can not hide:
Tho a m o u n t Is $6,020. of which $5.- W h o half makes love to you to-day.
000 Is in gold coin, some of which la To-morrow gives her guest away.
fifty years old.
T w e n t y dollars la Burnt up within by that Strange soul
In silver and t h e r e are fifty $20 bll'.o. She can not slake, or yet control;
T h e money had b e e n a c c u m u l a t e d Mallgnant-llpp'd, unkind, unsweet;
by Milton Mullens and r e p r e s e n t s P a s t all example Indiscreet;
Hectic, and always overstrung—
tho savings of a lifetime.
Woman with tho Serpent's Tongue.
Mullens began boarding his sav- Tho
—Wllllum Watson.
ings when a young man. This w a s
before t h e civil war. All his surT i l l - In I h p l l r u a o n .
plus h e converted Into gold, which
Women often wonder why lace curho buried in tuo yard. A few tains or those of net la an open paly e a r s ago when gold coin w a s scarce tern give better service than such maand almost out of circulation Mul- terials as fine scrim, cotton voile or
lens began to exchange bis smaller dotted muslin, and the reason is that
money for $20 bills.
closely woven fabrics, being opaque,
T h e s e were hidden in a safe place catch tho sun's rays directly and in
in his barn.
It was believed for full force. This heat la time weakens
m a n y years that he was hoarding his or b u r n s the threads, while the open
money, and on n u m e r o u s occasions weaves, allowing as they do the enm a r a u d e r s h a v e endeavored to force t r a n c e of the sun's rays, filtering
him to reveal Its hiding place, but through, escape much of the scorching,
without success.
as they do not receive the full force of
A few days ago bis wife died and the b e a t
believing t h a t h e would not live long
W i f e la Mure P o p u l a r .
he called his grandson. J . (M. Perry,
In Columbus. Ohio a f u n n y thing
and told him w h e r e to s e a r c h for
the t r e a s u r e . T h o young m a n a f t e r happened election day. Mrs. Joseph
digging for some t i m e
found tbe Bachman was a candidate for the
t r e a s u r e , and this snug little f o r t u n e Board of Education, and her husband
went into tho b a n k to the credit of w a s candidate for City Solicitor. T h e
the now aged and inflrm mountain- wife had five opponeats. yet she beat
eer.—Roanoke c o r r e s p o n d e n c e Balti- them all with a total vote of 7.675
m o r e Sun.
votes. Her husband bad only three
opponents, but scored only 574 votes,
Tt is quite likely that the interna- being beaten in his borne ward by 34
tional commission will recommend votes, while his wifo won In her own
the construction of a dam across t h e ward with S65 votes. Her vote, with
Niagara River at Buffalo to raise t h e one exception, was the highest on the
level of T a k e Erie. T h e work will t i c k e t She is a lawyer herself.
cost $5,000,000.
OPEN AIR ORCHARD HEATING.
T h e Brooklyn (N. Y.) Edison s y »
How the Fruit of Grand Valley, Col., tem is at the p r e s e n t time supplying
the c u r r e n t equivalent of 1.600.00C
Waa Saved From the F r o s t
T h e 1909 crop of fruit
in
the l£-candlepower Incandescent lamps.
Grand Valley In Colorado, f r o m the
Eighty flights la about the life of a
Pallsadee above to lowna below, valued a t 13,000.000, owes Its existence balloon.
^
i r m i m r - x f a n c i e s
«
TlUfiGS orElTEBESTToWOnEri
I R O N THE LOCO WEED
Qovernment
That
plunged all the nations of a n t i q u i t y
Into war. and gave the earliest, as It
Is still tbe grandest, epic which has
come down to us through all ages.
Poetry, music and fiction are based
upon woman's love, and all the moveuents of history are mainly due to the
aentlmenta or ambitions she has Inspired. From the hearthstone, around
which lingers the recollections of our
mother, from the fireside, where our
wife awaits us. comes all the home,
nil the purity, all the courage with
which we fight the battles of life.
Styllnh F o u l a r d ('• o w n .
rival th^ professional man in her ret u r n s f r o m fhe profession.
It has not been many years since
lawyers as professional men began to
make huge fees. It has been fewer
years since the first woman lawyer.
Belva Lockwood, achieved fame. But
already women lawyers are achieving
not only fome. but fees. Last J u n e
Miss Mary E. Miller, a Chicago law
yer and suffragette, won a $30,000 fee
on a $3,000,000 lawsuit over the estate
of the late William Bross. She has
been admitted to the bar only thirteen
years.
In Boston tho women have a board
of t r a d e of their own. In New York
last September the International Federation of Business Women was organ
ized. There Is also the Professional
Woman's League and scores of o t h e r
such organizations. Women are band
Ing themselves In unions. They have
invaded all but seven of the many occupations enumerated in tbe census
reports.
And now they are capturing one of
man's choicest strongholda—the position of being a self-made American
millionaire.—Bookkeeper.
>>edle«vork IVofea.
Blrdseye stitch Is an effective outline atltch.
A dainty Jabot Is of green tulle with
a batted lace bow.
Raffia embroidery la one of the popular novelties of the season.
Spanish embroidery Is wonderfully
effective on a white linen s h i r t waist.
A color and color-number card la a
useful accessory of the sewing basket.
Ivory
rings a r e better for fancy
work than the brass ones, as they do
not tarnish.
Honiton applique. In a dainty bowknot and flower design made a pretty
baby'a cap.
Dotted wiatarla satin foulard was
used to make the gown from which
Mils model was sketched. Plain satincovered buttons are elaborately used
Cor decoration, and the Empire waist
line is defined by a band of velvet
(several shades d a r k e r than ground
of material)
attached In f r o n t at
bust line by two huge a m e t h y s t buttons. Chemisette and stock are white
Irish crochet lace.
W u r k l n t f Glrla aa W i v e s .
" T h e working girl makes the best
wife In the world." T h i s is the firm
assertion of Miss Mary MacArthur,
president of the Women's T r a d e Union
League of Great Britain.
Miss MacArthur Is a r e m a r k a b l e
woman. Net yet 30. she has been Interested In
t r a d e unionism fimong
women for more than ten years and
has practically built up the English
organization, of which she Is president,
and now n u m b e r s fully 210,00 women.
It is a very big and definite force in
English labor movements.
And In defiance of all the doleful
masculine prognostications t h a t girls
and women who work outside the home
are thereby unfitted for tho n a t u r a l
feminine functions of wifehood and
motherhood. Miss MacArthur reiterates : "It Is the worklngwomen who
make the best wives—and the best
mothers, too." she a d d s composedly.
"It Is the working woman every
time who first of all. s t a r t s out with a
wise marriage. She marrlea for love
and for f r i e n d s h i p and for respect—
not Just for the sake of a man—any
m a n who will bestow the light of his
countenance upon h e r . ' — K a n s a s City
Journal.
Wumen
na
A combination of F r e n c h and eyelet embroidery is extremely pretty on
dainty lingerie.
A dainty necktie end of aheerest
mull had a hemstitched hem and a
little flower form In shadow embroidery.
Crossbar muslin with hand-embroidered scalloped edges makes a dainty
and serviceable school apron for a
small girl.
A fancy letter for m a r k i n g towels
Is m a d e of slanting satin atltch.
F r e n c h knots and feather and outline
stitches.
An unusual and pretty handkerchief
is of sheer white linen with a wide
border of hemstitching forming checks
of an even size.
For tbe m a r k i n g of household linen
the regular m a r k i n g
cotton which
comes for the purpose should be used.
It Is much more satisfactory than
linen thread.
" T h e Dollar Prlncraa" Hat.
Animals
Plant
in*
dulge In Antics.
EATINQ
Operation
PLANT
of the
IS
A
Poison
HABIT.
Causss
Four-Footed Victims to Become
D a n g e r o u s for Man's Uas.
No longer are the m u s t a n g and t h e
cayuae of the plains to become "plumb
locoed" if tbe bureau of plant Industry
of t b e department of agriculture h | 9
ita way. T h e term "plumb locoed" h | f
been a sort of stock phrase In
range l i t e r a t u r e ever alnce the cowboy first noted tbe peculiar actions of
a horse, cow or sheep resulting f r o m
an overindulgence In the loco weed,
which abounds In the range country
from Texas to Montana. Tho word
"loco" la of Spanish origin, meaning
crasy, and has been popularly applied
to the disease which robs an animal
of Its muscular co-ordination, causing
It to do all •orts of fancy antics, and
Anally results In tbe animal s t a r v i n g
Itself to death.
Tbe bureau of p l a n t Industry baa
been investigating the purple a n d
white loco weed, says a correspondent
of the Chicago Dally News. One of
the peculiar characteriatlca of It Is
that the pods, when dry and full of
seeds, rattle as a person paaaea
through a patch, m a k i n g a sound t h a t
rcsemblea the w a r n i n g of a r a t t l e
snake. Ordinarily neither horse, cow
nor sheep will eat the weed if It can
Ond any other food.
Loco-weed eating becomes a sort of
habit with an animal once It has tasted of I t Tbe operation of the weed
on tbe system of an animal Bcientlflcally bears out the fiction which
ascribes to a "plumb locoed" animal
all kinds of fool antics.
T h e first symptom of loco poisoning
In horses la often a change In the
general condition of the animal. If
hlgb-llved the animal becomts somewhat dull. Following tbls. Irregularities In Its gait and In Its mode of eating appear. Tbe irregularities in the
gait may be due partly to weakness
and simulate a paralytic affection.
The horse drags Its feet more or less,
this being particularly noticeable in
tbe bind legs. Associated with t h i s
paralytic condition Is an a p p a r e n t loss
of muscular co-ordination.
If a locoed horse Is used either in
riding or driving, tbls lack of muscular co-ordination may make It extremely dangerous, as such a horse
shies violently at imaginary objects,
cannot readily be led or backed, and
If started In motion Is Inclined to go
In an automatic fashion a t the s a m e
gait until stopped by some obstruction. In the later stagie of tbe disease the animal loses flesh, Its coat hec o o e s rOTIgn. TIlTfl
j
ac——
to eat, and dies.
FOR A " Q R E E N " BELLBOY.
laventora.
A writer In Cassler's Magazine cele
brates the Inventive skill of women.
Ho notes In the long list of mechanical
devices "springing from the fertile
brain of American womanhood" a machine for driving barrel hoops, a steam
generator, a baling press, a steam and
f u m e box, an automatic floor for elevator shafts, a rail for street railways,
an electric a p p a r a t u s , packing for piston rods, locomotive wheels, a railway
tie. a stock car. a boring machine for
drilling g u n stocks, etc. That Is all
very well, but no woman has ever Invented a machine that will button her
up the back. She has to m a r r y a man
to get that done with neatness and dispatch.
•
Invettigsting
Makes
M
"Merry Widow" hats lived a long
time In the hearts of those who are
addicted to large hats, but they had
their day and are now almost forgotten. " T h e Dollar Princess" t u r b a n
conies to take the place of the "Merry
Widow" hat, and It is most artistic.
It is created of draped velvet covered
with chiffon, and the three large ostrich tips fall forward f r o m tbe center back over tbe crown.
N a r r o a a Hotel Gaeat, In H e r Wlllt
H e w a r d a S a t l a f a r t o r r Service.
T h a t Dame Fortune h a s not ceased
to bestow her g i f t s on those who deserve them Is shown by the experience of Michael Dunphy, who until a
few weeks ago was a bellboy at the
Argonaut In this city, a San Francisco
dispatch to tbe New York World says.
Last F e b r u a r y Mrs. M. M. Potter, of
Salom, Mass.. arrived a t the Argonuat,
and being ill and nervous, was the
bane of the "bellhops" of the hotel.
Soon a f t e r her arrlvel "Mike" Dunphy, a green lad, was given a Job on
the bench, and bis a p p a r e n t greenness
Invited all of the difficult t a s k s of tbe
bell boys' routine. Among other tasks
t h a t of w a i t i n g upon tbe queruloua
guest was shifted to "Mike."
He accepted the work gracefully and
performed his duties in an exceptional m a n n e r , and when t h e guest left
In tbe early part of J u n e he was the
recipient of many covert Jibes f r o m
the rest of the boys .on account of his
willingness to oblige a non-tipping
g u e s t He had his chance to laugb.
however, when early in J u l y he received a check for $100 from Mrs. Potter.
About two weeks ago Assistant Manager George Dixon of the Argonaut received a letter f r o m Brown A Carlysle, a firm of lawyers In Boston, saying t h a t Mrs. Potter had died, leaving
a bequest of $2,500 for t h e f a i t h f u l
bellboy. A check for t h a t amount was
Inclosed, cashed by Dixon s n d tbe
money given to tbe lad, who Immediately made a r r a n g e m e n t s for the
purchase of a lot in the Richmond district and contracted for the construction of a home on i t With w h a t he
bad left over ho took bis aged p a r e n t s
on a pleasure t r i p to Denver, where he
now is.
His good luck did not ond t h e r e
Yesterday Dixon received another letter from the law firm, s t a t i n g that, on
receiving bis report of the lad's disposition of tbe $2,600 they were resdy
to c a r r y out a f u r t h e r provision of
Mrs. Potter's will, to the effect that if
tbe boy disposed of his check wisely
be waa to have a balance of 147,600,
making the total amount $50,000. Tbe
letter f u r t h e r declares that the lad
may draw on the law firm for money
up to that aum. and aaka that a a inclosed letter to that effect be forwarded to him.
For Chllblalna,
A cure that Is recommended for chilThere Is nothing so terrible as the blains Is to rub the wrists and ankles
concentration of thought and energy well to encourage a good circulation,
In one channel. Sometimes a particu- and the chilblains twice or thrice a day
lar subject fastens on the mind with a with methylated spirits, or If preferterrible intensity. It lays an iron grasp red, with mustard liniment or camupon the spirit. Night and day the phorated oil, the last two being quite
victim la never free. He d r e a m s of as good as and less dangerous than the
one thing by night, he a w a k e n s to It first, which should never be applied
in the morning, all the day It grips near a l i g h t
him and refuses to let go. If that conS t r a i o l n i r Her F y r a .
tinues long enough the end Is madThe maiden dropped her lovely eyes.
ness. Live too much In the circle of
fellow workers and you never escape Later she cast her eyes down the
the pressure of thought and work.— rocky slope of the mountainside. After
she had rested them upon tbe topThe Day Book of Claudius Clear.
most b r a n c h e s of a near-by tree she
let them fall upon the waters of a
OrlKln of n i a n k r t A
Bristol, d u r i n g the reign of Edward placid lake. Then a visit to an oculist
as ^m*)eratlve.—Judge.
III., had three m e r c h a n t s living In the
town whose n a m e waa Blanket. They
Wtarn W l u d o i r Saata S tick.
were woolen weavers, and the first
If windows move hard meK a t a b l e
people to make tbe material which
ever since h a s been called by t h e i r spoonful of lard and pour a little bename. It was firat used for m a k i n g tween window f r a m e and casing, and
also a little on the roller and rope.
peasants' clothing.
It works like magic. T h i s Is a good
thing to know when the f r a m e s a r e
F o r Graaa S l a l n a .
A Uactawlor'a F e a r .
During the s u m m e r the children will swollen f r o m being closed d u r i n g
"I wouldn't t r u a t myself In Indtn,"
sit and roll on the grass, and fre- rainy weather.
said the unmarried man.
quently the gr as s stains are most ob%
Ttae • ' D a b b e d " Needle.
'Afrsld of the wild beastsT" aaked
stinate. It Is said t h a t If the spotted
It la unnecessary to throw away mathe married man.
portion of the g a r m e n t la soaked In
chine ncedlea which have become dull
Not a bit; but I aee there a r e 28,alcohol there Is nothing more effective or even broken near the point. They
000.000 wldowa in India."—Yonkers
In removing such stains.
may be sharpened on the whetatone
Woman's laaplrallon.
and made as good as new. Keep a S t a t e s m a n .
In all ages woman ias been the
W o u i r o la I'rofraalona.
We alwaya admire people wbo a r e
source of all that Is pare, unselftah
Women In large Industrial enter- small whetstone in tbe machine d r a w e r
good
to tbe old. Wretchednees among
for
this
purpose.
a n d heroic in the life and spirit of prises, In real estate. In mines. In agrithe old la s s common aa happiness
Ttae Polae R a l e .
man. It was for her love Mark An- culture. In banks. In all occupations
The rate of the pulse of s healthy among the young.
tony lost the world; It' waa for her where men make millions, a r e to-day
All tbe world's s atage—but few el
love t h a t Jacob of old tolled seven also making millions. Now tbe pro- person Is four times that of the resyears; Uoien coaquered Troy, and fessional women begins to bid fair to piration.
the actors get In tbe l l m e h g h t
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Gratllad«.
•Hollo!"
Hello!"
It t h a t tho grocery a n d m e a t m a r -
kn?"
"Yes."
T h i s Is M r * . K i l d e o r . Y o u h a v e m y
oi l e t
for
an
eight-pound turkey,
bo - e n ' t y o u ? "
Yes, m a ' a m . "
'Well, c h a n g e it to a s i x t e e n - p o u n d
t u r k e y . I ' v e J u s t g o t ray d i v o r c e p a pers!"
•TATI o r OHIO, CITT OF TOLEDO. •
LOCAB COCNTT.
F••
Frank J . Cheney n a k e s oath t h a t ha It
senior p a r t n e r of the Hrm of F. J . Cheney 4t
Co., doiDK buslnoM In the City of Toledo,
County and S t a t e aforesaid, and t h a t said
flrtn will p a r the cum of ONE HUNUBBD
DOLLARS for each and every case of Cat a r r h t h a t cannot be cared hy the use of
H s l l a Catarrh Cure. FRANK J. CHENEY.
Sworn to before me and subecrllted in my
presence, t h i s Oth day of December, A. D.
1889.
(SEAL)
A. W. O L E A SON.
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Take n a i l ' s Family Pills f o r c o n s t l p a t l o a
B a c k I n t h e C o r r i d o r * of T i m e .
Pinto hod Just dubhed Aristotle the
" I n t e l l e c t " of b i s s c h o o l .
' I n fact," said Plato, "be coracs prett y n e a r b e i n g t h e P h i l a n d e r K n o x of
m y scholastic cabinet."
F o r , In t h e b e s t e d u c a t i o n a l c i r c l e s In
t h o s e d a y s . It w a s c o n s i d e r e d b e t t e r t o
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A b o u t t h e isise of y o u r shoea, m a n y people w e a r s m a l l e r shoes by u s i n g Allen's
F o o t - E a s e . th«
A n t i s e p t i c P o w d e r to
s h a k e Into t h e shoes.
It cure* T i r e d .
Bwnltoo. Achimt—Fev. a n d gives rest a n d
c o m f o r t . J u s t the thInK f o r b r e a k i n g In
new ahoea. Sold e v e r y w h e r e . J6c. S a m ple aent F R E E . Address. Alien S. Olm•ted. Le Roy, N. Y.
T h e f i g u r e s of t h i s c o u n t r y ' s w h e a t
crop Indicate not only a l a r g e r h o m e
c o n s u m p t i o n a s a r e s u l t of i n c r e a s e d
population, but also a larger c o n s u m p tion per capita.
Onlr One "BROMO QUININE"
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lor the signature oi E. W. GROVE. Used t h e
world over to Care a Cold in One Day. 25c.
Obituary
Pome.
T h i s Is tho end of the storj'i
Whispered with bated b r e a t h ;
T h e north pale Jent this m e s s a g e :
"I a m dying—talked to d e a t h ! "
— D e n v e r Republican.
Flrat
MA.C'DA.
COnt [IKATWmAIlWWV
One Tbnt
Came.
"Didn't s o m r fj.y*t propose to you bef o r e our m a r r i a g e ? "
"Certainly."
"Then you ought to have married
him."
" T h a t ' s Just w h a t I did."—Bon VIvant.
Precorloa* Foresldbt.
T o m m y , " said t h e teacher, "you
have m a d e some Inexcusable m i s t a k e s
lo your g e o g r a p h y lesson."
"Ves'm," said t h e precocious youth.
" W h e n I'm a m a n I'm going to be an
explorer. I w a n t to avoid t h e m i n u t e
a c c u r a c y which will lead people to disc r e d i t m y observations."
C H A P T E R III.
T h e y held the inques^ t h a t Botne
a f t e r n o o n , and In tho room
where
Cerlsse W a y n e ' s body had been found
Dr. McQann, t h e coroner, could find
no t r a c e of violence on t h e y o u n g and
p e r f e c t body,
"She died of h e a r t failure," he re
marked, very simply. "Probably tho
animal w h o caused tho police s u c h
f r i g h t a n d trouble gained access to t h e
room, and the sight and shock were
too m u c h for h e r p a t e n t l y f r a g i l e constitution
(o w i t h s t a n d . R o m o m b e r
t h a t this a p p a r i t i o n h a s b r o u g h t on
Mrs, Desterle a s t r o k e of p a r a l y s i s
and m a y result In tho p e r m a n e n t der a n g e m e n t of h e r mind.
"I have wired Doubleday, F r a n * &
Co., In San F r a n c i s c o , " he continued
"Their reply Just received Is t h a t they
know but little a b o u t Cerlsse W a y n e
T h e y declare t h a t they k n e w h e r as
Mrs.
Wayne. Also t h a t
for Ave
y e a r s past $2,000 a m o n t h h a s been deposited to h e r credit with them. P a r k e
& Oray, solicitors, of London, E n g land, have handled t h e d r a f t s sent to
t h e Son
F r a n c i s c o bankers.
Mrs
W a y n e drew on this a m o u n t so freely
t h a t a t times h e r b a l a n c e w a s p r a c t i cally nothing, and f r e q u e n t l y her a c count showed a small o v e r d r a f t . F o r
the past several months, however, her
d e m a n d s on tho account have been
very slight. L a s t m o n t h |4,000 w a s
sent for h e r credit, and h e r p r e s e n t
balance Is a p p r o x i m a t e l y |6,000. Besides this they have a casket, said to
contain almost priceless Jewels, t h a t
belong to her. A copy of a p h o t o g r a p h
of Mrs. W a y n e , which they h a v e In
their possession, h a s been forwarded,
and He n r y Franz, ono of the Junior
m e m b e r s of the Arm, Is coming E a s t to
view the body. They report they h a v e
cared for h e r mall for some t i m e past,
and during this time she h a s had It
f o r w a r d e d to nearly every Imaginable
point, both In t h i s c o u n t r y a n d a b r o a d .
In her h a n d b a g t h e r e w a s nearly |150
and n o t h i n g to Indicate t h a t she had
been m e n t a l l y depressed or w a s In poor
health. Over-indulgence In c i g a r e t t e s
may h a v e unduly excited her mind. It
Is p a t e n t t h a t she read and smoked till
she grew drowsy and
then
lightly
tossed h e r book aside. Possibly she
wakened f r o m some quiet dream to behold t h a t c r e a t u r e In the room, a n d
died of f r i g h t T h e r e w a s ono second
of Intense h o r r o r and all was over."
"How did t h a t — t h a t — t h a t — g e t In,
d o c t o r ? " i n t e r r u p t e d tho still disheveled Doherty.
e n t e r p r i s i n g n e w s p a p e r boys had a l ready had them p h o t o g r a p h e d so t h a t
their p a p e r s m i g h t reproduce them.
The longer of t h e two was undated,
the o t h e r bore d a t e of eight m o n t h s
previous, in m i d - A u g u s t and r a n :
"Cerlsse D e a r — H e a r t of mine, 1
have so longed for u letter. Do you
still r e f u s e to r e m e m b e r ?
Will you
not forgive or m u s t I dlo without word
or sign f r o m you? F o r g i v e me, Cerlsse,
dear, f o r g i v e me."
The other, couched m o r e formally,
though In the sumo writing, r e a d :
"Cerlsse—So the w a n d e r - l u s t
still
p e r v a d e s your h e a r t ? Can you calm
your restless mind and soul and body
sufflclently long to realize t h a t home,
husband, children a n d the
developm e n t of w o m a n h o o d ' s Ideals Is the
tithe life e x a c t s f r o m each of your
sex?
"You m u s t pay now, Cerlsse, or pay
a t tho end. If you d e f e r p a y m e n t of
y o u r Indebtedness to the scheme of all
creation till the end you will find t h e
Interest h a r d to handle. I shall a p peal no raore. E n t r e a t i e s
do
not
move you.
N e i t h e r do t h r e a t s and
c o m m a n d s a r e n a u g h t to you. But let
me Impress one t h i n g upon you. If
you do not r e t u r n to mo before tho
first of t h e coming year, I will kill
you. Do you u n d e r s t a n d w h a t I moan
when I write t h i s ? I h a v e never
seemed able to m a k e you c o m p r e h e n d
a n y t h i n g I h a v e ever w r i t t e n or said.
You won't u n d e r s t a n d this, you won't
realize t h a t you will be dead, m u r d e r ed, before t h e blossoms weight tho
o r c h a r d s If you still p e r s i s t In a b s e n t ing yourself f r o m
H."
" S e e m s to m e t h a t 'H,' whoever "H"
Is, m u s t have been Intoxlcatcd, d e ranged or doped on his correspondence
course," whispered L a r r y Morris to
Betty Lancey,
"Oh, don't Joke." replied Betty.
" H o w can you a t such t i m e ? Such a
b e a u t i f u l woman a s she was, too. I'd
have loved to have seen h e r us she
must h a v e been when she w a s alive."
"Death from causes unknown. Probably h e a r t f a i l u r e s u p e r i n d u c e d by
f r i g h t . " came tho Coroner's v e r d i c t
T h i s u l t i m a t u m disposed of the
body, which w a s burled n e x t day. But
It didn't of the Monster. T h a t was
in a cage In t h e municipal zoological
g a r d e n s , snarling, w h i n i n g a n d m a k ing t h e h o u r s hideous. And It didn't
dispose of t h e story. T h a t went flashing a r o u n d t h e world on t h e wires,
while n e w s p a p e r s tho c o u n t r y
over
seized the scent to track tho " g r e a t e s t
c r i m e m y s t e r y of the age."
\ t h a t they hod 'tsiken tw wearing half
hose In N e w York."
"But hero's t h e question," continued
J o h n n y , "no mnn In the house knew
Mrs. W a y n e nor a n y t h i n g about h«r.
Why, the only decent word any one
of those curious passed about her was
t h a t no one had come to see her since
she arrived, and t h a t she had appeared
e m b a r r a s s e d w h e n h e r fellow boarders
of the sex moHCullne a t t e m p t e d to pay
her any a t t e n t i o n . "
"I'll Just wager t h a t she w a s some
poor, sweet little girl who hod m a r ried some old fool for his money," interposed Philip Hartley, whoso symp a t h e t i c h e a r t beat for all the mistreated women In tho world. "She's
found him unbenruble, ond refused to
live with him, and he's Just hounded
her to d e a t h . T h a t H' may have stood
for 'Hubby," In the letter t h a t had t h e
t h r e a t to kill her. I believe she's been
t a k i n g slow poison, and came here
where sho wasn't known to snuff It off
quietly."
" H o w about
tho MBn-Aperllla?"
flouted L n r r y Morris. "Proceed, J u l e s
Verne II. W h y don't you go f a r t h e r ,
and h a v e It a trained apo sent carrier
pigeon, bloodhound-fashion by t h e
o g r e - h u s l m n d , to choke her to d e a t h ? "
"Because she w a s n ' t choked," contended Hartley. "Heavens, w h a t a
woman she m u s t have boon."
"Oh. to kill f r o m Jealousy," odded
H a n k Smith. "Why, hallo; here's Betty Lancey a t this h o u r of tho morning.
Betty, don't you ever
get through
w o r k ? And you're all out of breath.
W h a t ' s wrong. Mamie, get her some
tea. W h a t Is tho m a t t e r , B e t t y ? "
Betty, white a s print paper, sunk on
a chair. H e r big blue eyes wore opened wide. "Boys," she s41d. "Come
J.
roaming;
n I hav•h
nlah e a t too late,
im a
to atop alone li t h a t a w 1
i" know 1 niltta* my t r a i n
stopped at the lotcl to>h. It s U r t l e d i
p, ttn>how?" a
d John*
ny.
U»e rest of tf.-m,. FPetty.
I'm going up to get chu
(Kitll the
mystery, sleeping all night In the Desterle house. Maybe I'll have a visitation, seeing as how my own head Is
some reddish. 'Tlsn't llko you to have
s t a g e f r i g h t , Betty."
"I h a v e n ' t got It." she snapped.
"But Just a s I s t a r t e d to g»t Into bed
and went over to raise the shade, I
looked a c r o s s t h e court Into one of t h e
o t h e r rooms of the hotel. And In t h e r e
w h a t do you think I s a w ? "
W o m a n l i k e Botty p a u s e d lo give her
audience a thrill.
"Oh, nonsense; out with It," c o m manded t h e boys.
"Cerlsse W a y n e , h e r ghost or h e r
double, and the h a n d s o m e s t n a n I ever
saw!"
(To bo continued.)
MARYLAND HISTORY.
Flnar S n a l c b r t l Out of M n r b t r a P r l e t *
cble'a Hands, Knnann faya.
DEVELOPMENT
OF
OLD T I M E E N G L I S H .
CENTRAL
CANADA.
Wortla
Tbe
Story
Cuuira
of
UIk Y l e l j a of G r a i n
f r o m E v e r y Mroflun.
na T h e y W e r e P r u n o o n e e d
Kbnkeapcnrc'a liny.
In
The
Innovation of pronouncing
W h e n t h e man in t h e S t a t e s was S h a k e s p e a r e ' s words as they were
.old t h a t ho could get 160 a c r e s of land probably pronounced in his own day
in C e n t r a l C a n a d a — c o m p r i s i n g the w a s c a r r i e d out a t a f e t e a r r a n g e d at
ovwco\i\%
provinces of Manitoba, S a s k a t c h e w a n U n i v e r s i t y College, London. T h e exa n d A l b e r t a — t h a t u n d e r cultivation p e r i m e n t inspired t h i s c o m m e n t by t h e
\ ) a s w c i \ c g c t e M\\v\\vt a : /
would produce f r o m 20 to 30 bushels of M a n c h e s t e r G u a r d i a n :
w h e a t to the acre, or if seeded to oats
F o r "one touch of n a t u r e " Shake&t\vx\r
t h e yield would be 40 to CO bushels, he s p e a r e probably said "own tooch of W V v v e , t t f u e A y S y n i p
was skeptical. The s a m e story w a s told n a t t e r , " a n d , very m u c h like a modern
(J ScTvnav^AcH ewaWcs CGCV,
t h e m a n who wished to get n e a r e r to i r i s h m a n , he would say "A haste that
V
\ ) \ \ s ioiAvscWviX a s s d t a n w t e T U W .
existing lines of railway, and was only w a n t s dlscoorse of r a y s o n . " It would
Lost" and t h e mc^i b e groAuaW^
asked to pay | 1 0 to |12 an acre. But be "Loov's Labbor's
WAK
Neecht's
Drame."
m a n y t r i e d it, some one plan a n d some "Mldsoommer
u f o a v iw u f t g a - l u x d f c ^ . a s \\vt b w l
a n o t h e r . The man who accepted t h e S c r a p s of " H a m l e t " would sound t h u s :
160 a c r e s a s a free g i f t , as a home- "A haste t h a t w a n t s dlscoorse of rayr t v a t ^ v t s w V u t m c p r t A attXcassxsX
son
stead, a n d was willing to put in tho
na\\rrc,(M\d\uA
waWtuX
required residence duties of t h r e e Would h a a v e moorned longer."
JuxvcWows . \ v \ u t W u > \ d c ^ c n l \ v \ ^ v years, has now a f a r m w o r t h f r o m "Be t h a y a s p u r e ( F r e n c h u ) as gras^
(grace)."
fifteen to t w e n t y dollars an acre. The
w & A y \ \ ^ n i proper wgvinsUmnX,
man who chose to purchase, a n d did "A broken voolce and his whole fooncproper ejjotts.awi
$aytva\VyL
tlon shooting ( s u i t i n g )
so. took u p his residence Just t h e
the
same.
He has land, t h a t , in m a n y With f o r m s to his consayt."
cases, is worth twice t h e money he "To t a k e a r m s a g a i n s t a say of troo
bles."
paid for it. Both have found t h a t tho
FIG S V R U P
CO,
Our a n c e s t o r s of even some 150
s t o r y of splendid yields was verified
SY ALL LEADING OBuOClSTS
30« PCS B O T T L t J
" R o o m " for Rome, • I S i I t O W L T - B T O U L A O
They have had crops exceeding t h a t y e a r s ago, said
promised; they have seen oats t h a t " c h e e r " for chair, "obleeged" for obyielded 100 bushels to t h e acre, a n d liged, " g r e e t boul" ( t h e "on" as in
have grown w h e a t t h a t a v e r a g e d 40 " o u t " ) for " g r e a t bowl," a n d , f u r t h e r
and as high as 50 bushels to t h e acre back, Milton would sfly "blilng water." W h a t 1.1. Hill, t h e C r a a t Railroad M a c n a t * .
T h e i r w h e a t w a s not a 68 p o u n d s to
•ay* A b o u t I U W h e a t - P r o d u c l n g P e w e n
Doy Toriureil by Eeaema.
T b s s T t - n F I P * < ] of t h i s CnOBtVT
t h e bushel article, but 62 a n d 63
" W h e n my boy was six years old, he
( u o l t v . t S t s l a v l In s a o U i ^ r vvn«r»pounds. They have seen within t h e •uffered t e r r i b l y with eczema.
l . o n r r two will |m*>
h o pro>t Ibo
He
lir.g of hooip* foi '
past year or t w o t r u n k lines of rail- could n e i t h e r sit still nor lie quietly in
'•pla a n d proaac
l.ki'Qt for to fin.
way constructed t h r o u g h t h e i r
dis- bed, for the Itching was d r e a d f u l . He
•
of o u r p i u r a l m
as a whrot • i n o r t l n a
trict,
id t h r o w i n g oi
a n c h lines would
ConnlTT ar* |
I r r i t a t e spots by s c r a t c h i n g
a-ls Is t o
Ik* crost
to th
ates of t h e i r fi
They have with his n a i l s and t h a t only made
WDMtCOUDtrT.1
T
b
U
g
i
v
a
l
railroad
mscoois eotabllshe*
heir neigh
them worse. A doctor treated him
D t t o U tuklnf a - l r a o u c *
of t h a nllontU'D b r »xand the g o r e
' nt contrib- and we tried a l m o s t everything, but
ton«l«r® m l l w n r b u l l d utiug
I n * l o t b e v r h M i t rii-tda
largely to
i
r
expense. t h e eczema seemed to spread.
It
o t a a U - r n Lounila.
Churches have been <
' id, villages s t a r t e d in a small place on t h e lower
Upwards of 1 2 8 Million
have been eHlahllsht:
t o w n s have e x t r e m i t i e s and spread for t w o years
Bushsls off W h s a t
»r*ro
h n r r f a i i t l In 1000. Artra**
s p r u n c invo pxistCDco, and cities a r e u n t i l it very nearly covered t h e back
of t h a t h r v a p m r l n r v a of Albarla.
B M k ^ l o h o n n t i n n d MnnllobawUI ba
rapidly
r i n g i n g up, an if t h e magic p a r t of his leg to the knee.
apwartlaof V J b u U t r U p v r a o r * .
' 'i ' i
ne unseen c o n j u r e r was a t
" F i n a l l y I got Cuticura Soap, Cutiof 100 a c r v a .
Bn<l l u l j o l u l n * p r o O T u p U o n a ot
work.
But it Mas not; it w a s t h e cura O i n t m e n t and C u t i c u r a Pills and
IUO n r r o a i n t f 3 p r r n r r e i , e r e t o
l>« b a a l a t h e r h o l r w o l d U t r i c U .
legitimate offering of t h e wealth of gave t h e m according to directions. I
S r h o o l a c n n r r n l r n t , rUmata
e a r a l i a n t , a n i l ( b o r r r r beat,
t h e field which made ail these t h i n g s used thecn in t h e m o r n i n g and t h a t
n i l l w u r a r l m a a t h n n . l , buUdI
n
s l u D i b v r r b o a p , f u r l eaay to
come about, n a t u r a l l y , and easy. T h e evening, before I put my boy to bed,
Kot a m i r p u « a n u b l o I n p r i c e ,
w a t e r e o a l l r i . r o o u r r « l | m i x aid
p r a i r i e t h a t t h r e e years ago w a s mere- I used them a g a i n and t h e improvef i r m l D S a x u r o n a . V rlto u U1
baal p i * .. f o r a a t d r m a n t . aotlltra
ly prairie, a patch of brown. Just wait- m e n t even in those few h o u r s was surlow r n l l w a r r«U>a. d a a r r l p t l t a lllua• tratM-'Laat
rafM^ot
fraa
ing for t h e p l o u g h m a n . Is to-day dot- prising, the inflammation seemed to
Ion a p p l l c a l l o o i . a n d o t b r r I n f o r m s
| Hob. t o t t a p ' t of t m m l a r a U o e .
ted with tilled f a r m s and splendid be so m u c h less. I used two boxes of
.
Ottawa. Canada
or to tka
fnllnwlDt r t o a r l l a n t l o i ' l A(*oia: C. ). B m a i b t o n ,
homes. T h e line of e l e v a t o r s with C u t i c u r a O i n t m e n t , t h e same of the
Uoum «li. Marclinnta' Loan and T r u d UMt . Cblt h e i r g l i s t e n i n g metaled fireproof sides Pills and t h e Soap and my boy was
III.; y~ T. Hnliaaa. l i t J a . kaon Mt., HI. P a u l .
V i n a . ; ) ! . V. UrlnDta, IT« Jalfaraua A t»., u a l r o l t ,
My son Is now In his sevand roofs, indicate t h e location of t h e cured.
Mich,; n»«. A. H a l l , i n Tbt*d RU, Mllwaaaaa, W i n
W. If. Ro(*ra, sd H f o r . TractloD-TarmlnjLlBlda..
e
n
t
e
e
n
t
h
y
e
a
r
and
he
h
a
s
n
e
v
e
r
had
town a n d the railroad. T h e r e Is t h e
lodlaoapnlla. lod. ( t ' > a a d d r n * ni«m>l * o a . )
n « a a « aay where you aaw t h l a a - l r o r t U - i u a n t
glow of n e w n e s s about it all, b u t t h e a r e t u r n of t h e eczema.
"I took c a r e of a f r i e n d ' s child t h a t
elevator, t h e splendid s t o r e buildings
a n d t h e comfortable hostelries denote had eczema on its face and limbs and
used t h e C u t i c u r a Soap and Ointwealth—not imported wealth—beyond
t h a t of t h e s t r e n g t h of t h e man who ment. They acted on the chlid Just as
Positlvelr cored b j
fashioned and built t h e m , but
t h e they did on my son and It has never
t h e s e L i t t l e Pills.
I would recommend t h e
wealth of t h e soil, which m e a n s t h a t r e t u r n e d .
They also rellcrs Dt»
C
u
t
i
c
u
r
a
Remedies
to
anyone.
Mrs.
A.
t h e newness will be followed by a
Cross from DyspcpiU, InJ.
Cochran,
1823
Columbia
Ave.,
Phil•PlTTLE
digestion and Too nearly
steady g r o w t h . T h e w r i t e r r e c e n t l y
Rating. A perfcct reny
w a s a passenger over t h e Grand T r u n k adelphia, Pa., Oct. 20, 1909."
¥ 1 ™
or Dlxnium Nausea,
Pacific, t h e latest factor in t h i s g r e a t ,
Ill^ Indoraement.
rslneas. Dad Tasta
m a r v e l o u s field of development. The
" I w a n t to get t h i s check cashed,"
Uis Mouth. Coated
r a p i d i t y with which towns were being said t h e f a i r y o u n g m a t r o n , a p p e a r i n g
. —/ae. Pain u. 'ho Side.
TORPID LTVKR. Thty
b u i l t up, t h e f a r m s t e a d s occupied, was a t t h e window of t h e p a y i n g teller.
regulate the Bowels. Purely Vegetable.
s o m e t h i n g even his experienced eye
"Yes, m a d a m . You m u s t Indorse It.
had not looked for. E v e r y w h e r e a l o n g though," explained t h e teller.
t h e line of t h i s new t r a n s c o n t i n e n t a l
" W h y , m y h u s b a n d sent It to me.
Genuine Must Bear
was the d i s t i n g u i s h i n g m a r k of prog- He is a w a y on business," she said.
Fac-Simile Signature
ress.
T h e r e w a s not a mile of the
"Yes, m a d a m . J u s t Indorse It—sign
ITTLE
IVER
length of tho road f r o m W i n n i p e g to it on t h e back, so we will know and
PILLS.
F d m o n t o n and west t h a t did not bear y o u r h u s b a n d will know we paid It to
token of its ability to pay t r i b u t e to you."
REFUSE SUBSTITUTZS.
t h e r e v e n u e of t h e road. Mention is
S h e went to t h e desk a g a i n s t t h e
made of t h i s line, not because it is t h e wall, and in a few m o m e n t s presented
last in t h e field, but because it is one the check t r i u m p h a n t , h a v i n g w r i t t e n
of t h e best built roads on t h e conti- on its b a c k :
nent and t r a v e r s e s one of t h e best dis"Your loving wife, E d i t h . "
t r i c t s of an excellent c o u n t r y . It is
T r o a b l e In Ilia Drain Pan.
well operated, a n d a l r e a d y has gone
"Doctor," said the little Boston boy.
into active service a s a n o t h e r m e a n s
A d e a d l i v e r m e a n s a w f u l sick*
"you a r e an alienist, a r e you n o t ? "
of m a k i n g it possible to secure more
"Yes." a n s w e r e d t h e distinguished n e s s — d o n ' t let it c o m e — w h e n
speedily t r a n s i t f r o m the g r a i n fields
physician, " t h a t
is t h e p a r t i c u l a r it c a n b e p r e v e n t e d .
Cascaretf
to t h e s h i p p i n g centers. It had been
>ranch of medical practice to which 1 k e e p t h e l i v e r lively and b o w e l t
t h e i n t e n t i o n in t h i s a r t i c l e to have devote myself. Can I do a n y t h i n g for
r e g u l a r a n d w a r d off s e r i o u s ,
spoken of some of t h e yields of grain you?"
"You can assist me, perhaps. In al- f a t a l i l l n e s s .
t h a t have m a d e t h e f a r m e r s of Central
C U T T H I S O U T , m a l l It w i t h y o u r a d C a n a d a contented this year, but space laying a serious a p p r e h e n s i o n t h a t h a s
d r e s s t o SterllriR R e m e d y C o m p a n y ,
risen In my mind. T h i s morning, docwill not permit, so t h a t d e l i g h t f u l task
C n l c a g o , III., a n d r e c e i v e u h a n d s o m e
tor, I found myself s a y i n g 'fossillferous'
s o u v e n i r gold Bon Bon Box F H E B .
will be t a k e n up in a n o t h e r issue. In when I w a s t r y i n g to say 'palaeontologt h e m e a n t i m e it would be well for the Ical.' Docs t h a t Indicate aphasia, or Is
PAY IF C U R E D
render, if h e is interested, to p u t him- It merely t e m p o r a r y h e t e r o p h e m y ? "
self in touch with some official of thi
raosa rua
L a at
Shall Bo Flrat.
aatf riiUU Can.
C a n a d i a n g o v e r n m e n t and get infor
"My wife hue b o u g h t Dr. Eliot's Five R E A C O . , DEPT. B5, MINNEAPOLIS, M I N I .
mation t h a t m i g h t be^useful in mak
•Vet of Literature."^
—
for a home in Central
Po
T i l l a . Ctaai
bVT? tVhat's she r e a d i n g n o ^ J ^ J
tila
1 fluid*, col
Canada, and become one of those who
"I dunno, b u t I'll bet she s t a r t e d on*^
lo doabli
ffr
al l o o . II.M
aid
le
concluding
inch."—Cleveland
Leadvill be I n s t r u m e n t a l in building u p a
it
a*,
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t
o o . Tasaf
T
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X
A
S
.
Kaf.liuuatc
g r e a t county to t h e n o r t h . In doing er.
C A L I F O R N I A
WESTEK) CANADA
SICK HEADACHE
CARTERS
IL
Poor B a r b a r a F r i e t c h i e , Till t h e y
never let h e r r e s t ? Conies a K a n s a s
h i s t o r i a n with a discovery, the 1,249th
m a d e in relation to t h e affair, t h e Balt i m o r e S u n says. He anatiflies t h e flag
r i g h t o u t of B a r b a r a ' s b a n d s ' T w a s
"Don't you know t h a t there's no place
not B a r b a r a who waved the f k g In t h e
on the f r o n t of this, nor a n y o t h e r
f a c e of t h e C o n f e d e r a t e s , ho s a y s ; it
buildln' In t h e block where a cat could
C H A P T E R IV.
w a s not any m e m b e r of t h e F r i e t c h i e
c r a w l up for a footin'? Ain't they all
E a r l y next m o r n i n g L a r r y Morris
smooth sandstone, worn as slick as me sat In Le Roy's cafe, an all n i g h t res- family. In fact, h e accuse^ h e r of
last year's coat. And w a s n ' t both of t a u r a n t and rendezvous of tho n e w s - being a S o u t h e r n s y m p a f h l z e i a n d " n o t
tho windows there closed and locked p a p e r men. Industriously disposing of a p a t r i o t i c N o r t h e r n woman." T h i s
In the t.argalil, nnd no chimney In the a roast beef sandwich.
K a n s a s c h r o n i c l e r , by namq William
r o o m ? Maybe the c r e a t u r e killed the
L a r r y ' s forehead w a s twisted Into E. Oo^neliy, a v e r s t h a t It was Mrs.
Prltty little girl a f t e r It got In ol- half a dozen corrugations.
Ho w a s Archibald Q u a n t r e i i and h e r l d a u g h t e r
rlght, b u t how did it get In? H e r e ' s hoping none of tho boys would como
V i r g i n i a w h o "waved t h e Uniled S t a t e s
a n o t h e r thing. Will ye look ot t h a t In till he had got this W a y n e story a
bed? Now there's been two people little clearer In his head. L a r r y and flag defiantly in t h e faces of the Southsleeping In t h a t bed, sir, one of th^m two p h o t o g r a p h e r s had m a d e
t h r e e ern troops a s they m a r r h e d down t h e
f a r heavier a n d bigger than t h e poor t r i p s out lo the P a r k lo sec the a w f u l s t r e e t s of F r e d e r i c k . Md." Hie p r o u d l y
little girl you've Just been Inquestlng Thing which some a p t r e p o r t e r had p o i n t s to t h e fact t h a t Mrs. Quantreii
over. And here, now. Is a c i g a r e t t e christened t h e Man-aperllla.
w a s t h e a u n t of William 0 . Quantreii,
• t u b t h a t ' s dirferent f r o m t h e o t h e r s
One by one t h e boys c a m e trooping t h e g u e r r i l l a leader, w h o "led m a n y a
stronger, can't you s e e ? "
In. And t h e W a y n e m u r d e r w a s the band Into K a n s a s " a n d whd "laid
T h e policeman held out t h e s t u b in topic of the nightw a s t e t h e town of Lawrence,
question, nnd It w a s passed w o n d e r "I'll tell you w h a t It Is, boys," said
Mr. Connelly p u t s some n^w f r i l l s
Ingly f r o m hand to hand, a n d l a t e r H a n k S m i t h . " T h a t Man-Aperllla Is
marked exhibit "A." *
h a l f - h u m a n and I know It.
When on t h e old story. H e says N#ss Vir" E n t r a n c e m i g h t have been effected those while and black eyes were t u r n - g i n i a w a s w a v i n g a little Unit
States
f r o m t h e hall," said t h e Coroner with er upon m e I felt my soul crawl out flag a t tho gate, which so ar ised t h e
puzzled frown.
f r o m under me, a n d I w a s left there a n g e r of t h e C o n f e d e r a t e s t
n Heu"So? W a s n ' t t h e door bolted f r o m h a n g i n g In space. Tell you what it Is, t e n a n t w i t h his sword c u t (he flag
the inside? C a n ' t you see where It there's a story there."
from her hands.
w a s broke to get In?" retorted Do"Cut It, Hank, cut It," called little
About B a r b a r a (he Maryla l e r s c e r herty.
r
e
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tho
best
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ainiy h a v e to "go f r o m homj to hea
Ah, gomeone w a s Inside and rush,ollce r e p o r t e r In town. "Here, Mahe news." W h i t t i e r . w h o kne|v perhapi
ed out when Mrs. Desterle opened t h e r r X ^ - y f y ^ t h o waitress. "brlnK_^Hank
door," m u t t e r e d L a r r y Morris of the some e a t i n g s so the rest of us can
as h^ did oi
"Times."
t a k e a r u b b e r a t tho conversational
Senegambla. -wrote a poem That gaV5
W a s n ' t t h a t girl a stunner, »ide c u r r e n c y to an incident t h a t they
Everybody In the room directed his game.
a t t e n t i o n to tho c o r n e r
where
the t h o u g h ? And did you notice, too, what toll u s e i t h e r never occurrol or cern e w s p a p e r folk were sitting.
T h e r e a dead m a t c h t h a t her h a i r w a s for t a i n l y did not occur nt all as h e rewere eight or ten men in the little the color of the pelt on tho b e a s t ? "
Now every m a n a t the table had lated it. T h e n it was embodied In a so, you will be a s s i s t i n g t h e United
Tightness a c r o s s the chest means a
g r o u p a n d one woman, a fair, c a l m Baaotlful BulUInf I«t» lo tbi
• r o w l u f (own of Dal
eyed girl, Betty Lancey of the " I n - noted Just t h a t p o i n t It was so ob- play, which n o t d n l / differed f r o m t h e States. In a few years' t i m e t h e Unit- cold on the lungs. It means misery and
la l l f l g l i l ' , no I b a Bay
l l o o t e m . lhalandnraiiiu.blii«.rnjl(aDd fluwar«;Oow
quirer." B e t t y was barely 23, ono of vious a point t h a t It w a s startling. far t s hut disagree*! with t h e poem.
ed S t a t e s will be a w h e a t i m p o r t e r . discomfort every minute, if nothing worse. of
•ascacb.
Title
fiiapaulawl—aUlrart
with damJ. ICmmj
those tall, athletic, wholesome girls Each had been loath to launch an opinNow comes th4 Western IconocJast C a n a d a will supply t h e wheat nnd you What's the answer? Rub the chest with l«rtua. Wrlta quick, o ^ n a W. rktl»» l«.. a.«4Jto, Calif
Hamlins Wizard Oil quick.
But J o h n n y had a way who t a k e s t h e glory entirely a w a y will be one of t h e producers.
who d e m a n d classincation in t h e m e n - ion on I t
tal menu a s well-cooked oatmeal with with him of p u m p i n g all you knew by f r o m W h l t U e r ' i f a v o r i t e and c o n f e r s
Sweden, Norway, Iceland and Den- 1 3 T T / ^ C B U Y A T R A P A N D C L E A N
BI OS. Prlca I*caola w h 1
rich cream, country honey, baked bold plays. E a c h mnn look com M«>I it upon an a u n t of Knnsa^.. T h " BarP r i m i t i v e SI I l i a I n D r n a l l .
m a r k have given t h e municipal f r a n - J D u V J O DKOSOf
» for 11 #0. bjr mall m-O r* I j parked.
. ..
BM* «1«, l.l><'OLN T H l j T
with
himself
wondering
whot
Joluin;
apples or new milk. L o r r y
Morris
chise
to
women.
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was very m u c h In love with Betty, would do next. F o r ten y e a r s these b a r a i t e s seem tc be u n a b l e to a g r e e i Santas, ui
^( Lntion to t h e small I ' l l . B S C U I C R U I N O T i t 1 4 n a v n .
w
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b u t he didn't know It and neither did boys and J o h n n y had met every MonS C C U T C M f l l l T C n Tolalrodur«aarB«a<itiral
FA ZD OINTMENT is auaranlred 10 cure anT A U C n 1 a f f H I I I C U sprliif Sulllac*. a n k a a o d
she.
day n i g h t and the crowd had learm-d with e a ' h othtw. The story has a s c o r n - g ' I n d i u ^ m a r h i n e s in Brazil:
Flua ColtoD Falirln L a r ( a aauipTa
aauiula •outflt Pra*. I>r aa>
C A S C ol Itching. Blind. Ulwding or Proiiudma
In
(he
interior
of
Brazil
a
p
r
i
m
i
t
i
v
e
praaa
prrpald. S o tooiu j raqnlrad. i J b a r a l cradii t o
m a n y t w i s t s and t u r n s to It as t h e
Pile* Id (> lo 14 days or muucv tefuoded Sx.
P i e r r e Desterle denied L a r r y Mor- when to give him rope.
rmDODalblv a i r o l o Wrlla and aacura t a r r l i o r * oow.
1
method
or
i
lucing
c
o
r
n
m
e
a
l
by
B u t J u s t . n o w J o h n n y and his bn ; | north pole dispute, and p e r h a p s t h e
latlaaal Drvaa waa4aCa ( D«pl. M l , t a a R. a r a « 4 a a > , 1 . 1 . 0 *
ris' suggestion. His wife Annie DesT h e o c c u p a n t s of a balloon a mile
d ..f g r i n d i n g is pracbo^t way to settle it would be to n a m e j pounding In .
terle could not come as a witness to of rice and milk relapsed into sllc
high c o m m a n d a r a d i u s of ninety-six Prince Rupert, flritiih Columbia
c o r r o b o r a t e his s t a t e m e n t
R a v i n g while his c ompa nions ranged f a r
j i commlBsloO empowsred to d e t e r m i n e 1 ' ' ''d. FIm I1n s t r u m e n t , k n o w n a s a
traoaronllnaolaliallroad. XutanDlaalolly 00 Kacllk- i»aa
t o m a t l c a i l y a n d con- miles.
and shrieking they had carried her off wild theories of who " H " was, v
than 100.000 i>r*at opporlunlllaa. HaaI aatata laoda. tint h e t r u e and a u t h o r i z e d version, t h e | 'mojollo,' -v.
to the hospital h o u r s before. P i e r r e p a r t he had played In t h e life
Dr. Pierce's P l e a s a n t Pellets regu- bar. llaticrlM. Wrlla Laa HalUrCa., rriaaa Baaarl, B. C.
alsts of \ m
: u u k balanced on the
e
n
i
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bf»:ird
to
be
compaied
of
r
o
p
r
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n
d
e
a
t
h
of
Cerlsse
Wayno,
w
he
the
r
she
for his wife, and himself, told all he
bank of a s t r e a m , one end of t h e t r u n k late a n d invigorate stomach, liver and • I l l | l A a i o KATNALTKD PRATVRRA. our
was wife, widow, m u r d e r e d or simply tatlves of the follodving:
know of their u n f o r t u n a t e boarder.
» ' " " ' 7
Mafblnaa a r a lb*
being hollowed o u t to f o r m a large bowels. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, n 1 | L L I UvNi 3 awr
fvitare kuoant
1.
Those
who
declare
that
no
such
irim|||i(
a
n
o
t
h
e
r
victim
of
the
suicide
l
i
s
t
"She came Monday night," q u a v e r e d
•omatlilDf o a v . C^n ba ouaratad aTaoloc*. Tannaaaay
cup. while t h e o t h e r end Is in t h e f o r m easy to t a k e a s candy.
By
and
by
J
o
h
n
n
y
dug
down
Into
Incident
ever
happened
In
F
r
e
d
e
r
i
c
k
New CjigTand V t a d l n g M u r b l n a C a . , S a w lla<an.) . a a
tho llttlo black-skinned fellow. "Slie
of a pestle. W a t e r filling t h e c u p deAbout 87 per cent of t h e f a r m e r s of
was all dressed In green. S h e had tho one of t h e ever bulging pockets of his or a j i y w h e r e else.
11/ a a i T F n A r t U a a n d amMllooa a o a o i B A f i a t l X
prettiest eyes you ever saw, they were a l w a y s baggy trousers. Tho by-word
2. Those who hold t h a t l o m e t h i n g presses t h a t end of t h e log, where- C a n a d a preside over their own f a r m s . T T A r M L U pJ.Al KIIM for 1*10, r mo.loor
laacua
t o U k a Ilia |.laca of P ' * * " * • . ' « r J . b T
Just like those of a hurt baby. So m a n y w a s t h a t J o h n n y a l w a y s looked so or o t h e r occurred, b u t nothiDg resem- upon the w a t e r r u n s out a n d the o t h e r R A R K I N O , n A C K I N O , R A S P I N O COtTUIl U*nia.
league cluba. Addraaa llaB SOI*, Utx-baalar, .N. •
violets were pinned on her breast you'd m u c h like a b u r g l a r t h a t he never had bling in any way what t r a d i t i o n or t h e end falls back to Its original position, ran bo broken up quickly b/ All<-n'« Luna Uiilmu.
Tbla old. rellablo n-aiBdr ha. been »ol(f for orat
h a v e t h o u g h t 'twould h a v e wearied her any trouble gaining tho confidence of poet describes.
t h e pestle s t r i k i n g the corn.
Some 40 reari. Aak jour drunltt about II.
N o . 2—IOIO
C. If. u .
to carry them. Sho b r o u g h t no t r u n k s the r a t h e r reticent people of t h a t promodern
corn
g
r
i
n
d
e
r
s
have
recently
3.
T
h
o
s
e
w
h
o
a
s
s
e
r
t
that
B
a
r
b
a
r
a
E n g l a n d and W a l e s h a v e 750,000 p a u - WOCN WRIIINO TO a o v t B i i s m ptnse M I
only the green b a g there. Said she fession.
"
>•« t e a lb* U t e r l l t i a u a l la ibis » • » « .
" H u n i l n g for a q u a r t e r , Johnny, or a waved t h e flag in Stonewall J a c k s o n ' s been Introduced, but t h e r e is a good pers.
wanted room and board for two weeks
field
for
a
very
small
and
inexpensive
and would pay well for them. Annie toothpick?" questioned L a r r y Morris.
face and dared t h e Confeflerate to
"Here, look a t this," a n s w e r e d J o h n - shoot h e r . Just as W h l t t i e r has related g r i n d e r to t a k e the place of t h e 'motook her because of w h a t she paid, and
because she was so pretty. S h e slept ny.
jollo' in the i n t e r i o r , w h e r e Hour m i l l s
It.
lato m o r n i n g s and Annie was going to
WELCOME WORDS TO W O M E N
Into their midst he twirled the some4. T h o s e who hold t h a t there never a r e r a r e and each family g r i n d s its
m a k e her move t o - m o r r o w because she thing ho had d r a w n f r o m his p o c k e t
own c o r n . "
W o m e n w h o suffer w i t h d i i o r d e r a p e c u l i a r lo t h e i r
w a s a n y such person.
slept so late It made b r e a k f a s t drag It was a m a n ' s g a r t e r of lavender silk
s e x s h o u l d w r i t e to D r . P i e r c e and r e c c i v c f r e e t h e
5. T h e new element who assert t h a t
along till noon. The women In the elastic, t h e bucklo hand w r o u g h t f r o m
a d v i c e of a p h y s i c i a n of o v e r 40 y e a r s ' e i p c r i e n c e
D u r i n g the last fishing season the
house didn't like Miss Wayne. They rose gold, set round with a m e t h y s t s t h e flag w a s waved, but that B a r b a r a
— • s k i l l e d a n d s u c c e s s f u l specialist in t h e diseasea
Illinois River contributed 4,650 tons to
said she painted her face a n d smoked and on the face the Initial "H," worked d i d n ' t wave it, t h e glory going to some the m a r k e t s of the country.
of w o m e n . E v e r y l e t t e r of this s o r t has t h e m o s t
Twocigarettes. T h e men made s o f t eyes out In emeralds a n d a m e t h y s t s of e x - p a r t y w h o lived down t h e Street t w o thirds of the catch was carp.
c a r e f u l c o n s i d e r a t i o n ond is r e g a r d e d as aacredly
a t her and the woman got Jealous. cessive smallness but exceedingly great blocks.
c o n f i d e n t i a l . M a n y aensitively m o d e s t w o m e o w r i l o
Annie aald she had a w f u l fine things brilliancy.
fully to D r . Pierce what they would ahrink from
S m o k e r s also like Lewis' Single
6. Those w h o do not care 3 c e n t s
telling t o t h e i r local p h y s i c i a n . T h e local physician
In her valise, and lots of Jewelry. A n Binder cigar for its p u r i t y .
It is
" W h e r e did you get t h a t ? " came the w h e t h e r It ever occurred or not, b u t
Is
p r e t t y s u r e t o s a y t h a t he c a n n o t do a n y t h i n g
nie came u p s t a i r s to wako her, for It chorus.
never
doped—only
tobacco
in
Its
natuwould like to h e a r t h e last of It.
w i t h o u t " a n e x a m i n a t i o n . " D r . P i e r c e holds t h a t
w a s lunch time, and then It all h a p Well," said Johnny, "listen. I pickr a l state.
these distasteful examinations are generally needT h u s every olament of our citizenpened. T h e r e couldn't anybody have ed this u p In the Desterle house about
l e s s , and t h a t n o w o m a n , e x c e p t in r a r e c a s e s , s h o u l d s u b m i t to t h e m .
rushed down the stairs. I w a s In the an h o u r ago. Say, everybody about Ship would be represented. If t h e comGrowers of the cocoa bean In South
hall when Annie fell, and Doherty w a s t h a t house h a s got s t a g e f r i g h t They m i s s i o n e r s seflk-d t h e t h i n g . It would
and Central America a r e planning a
D r . P i e r c e ' s t r e a t m e n t w 3 1 o a r * y o u r i g h t in t h e p r i v a c y o f
with me. and he camo right u p h e r e a r e all moving out.
t r u s t to control the price of cocoa.
your o w n h o m e . His " Favorite Prescription" has cured
An e a r t h q u a k e give t h e public a g r a t e f u l rest. If they
a f t e r we'd carried Annie to h e r room. couldn't move them quicker than they didn't. It would p r o v i d e a row t h a t
h u n d r e d s of t h o u s a n d s , s o m a o f t h e m t h e w o r s t of o a s e s .
H E A D , DAl-K AND I.ICGN A C H E ? •
T h a t was the only time t h e hall w a s a r e going. The d e a t h w a t c h hiw got
AcbeaUoTiirT Throal aort'. wilh cbllla? Tballal
would be a m u s l n f a n d exciting. T r o t
I t is t h e o n l y m e d i c i n e o f its k i n d t h a t is t h e p r o d u c t of a regularly g r a d u a t e d
Orlpp*. IVrrr Uarla'Pnlnklllpr will break ll u P If
alone."
taken promi'i
I'll/ All dealrr^. --c. K< and Uc bolllaa.
Us grip on the whole thlrty-flve b o a r d - o u t y o u r Barbara*, gentlemen. E n t r i e s
laa.
p h y s i c i a n . T h e o n l y o n e good e n o u g h t h a t its m a k e r s d a r e t o p r i n t its e v e r y
"How long did t h a t take you, Do- ers. More than half of them a r e speedi n g r e d i e n t o n its o u t s i d e w r a p p e r . T h e r e ' s n o s e c r e c y . It will b e a r exsmina*
for t h e F r i e t c h i e flag w a v i n g c o n t e s t
The linen Industry of Ireland employs
h e r t y ? " asked J o h n n y J o h n s o n of tho ing a w a y to spend tho night
with
t i o n . N o a l c o h o l and n o h a b i t - f o r m i n g d r u g s a r e found in i t . S o m e unscrop70,000.
t
n e w s p a p e r coterie. He was t h i n k i n g h a n d - b a g g a g e only. Great show, loo a r e open.
nlous m e d i c i n e d e a l e r s m a y offer y o u a s u b s t i t u t e . D o n ' t t a k e i t . D o a ' t trifle
t h a t the Coroner was a shado too Judi- to watch them hustle o u t I'm going
M m . W l n a l o w a SOOTHIXO S t a i r * for C h l l d r a a
w i t h y o u r h e a l t h . W r i t e to W o r l d ' s D i s p e n s a r y M c d i c a l A s s o c i a t i o n , D r . R.
Tnklutc (he Tlpa.
laathlngi a o f l a n i t h e g u m i , radocaa l o Q a m m a u o a . al.
cial and prosy about tho Inquiry.
V . P i e r c e , P r e s i d e n t , Buffalo, N , Y . , — t a k e t h e a d v i c e received and be well.
to sleep u p there t o - n i g h t I picked
Ia7> w i n . caraa a l o d oolle- IS aeoia a b o t l l a
" W h y did Dollarhy sell his h o t e l ? "
"Some six m i n u t e s or so," slowly a n - this g a r t e r u p In the closet where It
swered Doherty.
"Mrs. Desterle's a
" H e wasn't m a k i n g money f a s t
had rolled down behind a little shelf.
weight to c a r r y ; she's p r e t t y fat, you. Now women, you know, don't wear e n o u g h . "
know, lately. H e r room, too, It's clear g a r t e r s like this."
" W h a t Is he doing n o w ? "
back on the second floor.
"Might"
bellowed
Hank
Smith.
" H e ' s l u x u r i a t i n g in t h e position oi
Calsr'
• • • ' » krlBfcU* a s i lastcr c a l a r s Ibaa aay a f t e r dye. Oaa 10c p a c k i t c calara all l i t e r s . I k s ? <7* Is c a l l v i k r keffer tkaa a a . a l k r r ire.
Taa c a s l i s
read the letters aloud. T h e "Saw a telegraph a i o . t t h e o t h e r day
l a m a a l aitfeaal r i , * a # a * a / t . VrUa 1M Iras Saakiai S a w la S y s . I l a a c k aa4 MU U l a n .
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WHITE RIVER
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M u s i t ^ o n MIIOWS a b a l a o c e o o not to mlM a single n u m b e r .
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topic: '•Bringing o t h e r s
to t<»i t h i c a g o . a f t e r s p e n d i n g
a h e a l t h y City.
| evening a t t h e M. E. c h u r c h by a n ad- ..K f a r m and a h l u p r o d u c t s Is en-; Ing.
h a o c e c i b y t h e v a l u e o f a t h r i f i y g r o w - C h r i s t . " 7 p. in. Evening service p l e a s a n t w e e k a t t h e h o m e of
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Muskogon county made a much
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C. F C O R D C S ,
ng c o m m u n i t y
By ignoring
his topic: "Lessons from K i n g Josiah " M i s s A n n a S c l m l t s .
J O H N JAGER,
better
record
during
1909 of Grand Bapids. RCT. Bready Is o r e
home m a r k e t and spending his money I You are cordially Invited lo a t t e?nd
GROCERY 4 B A K E R Y
io k e e p i n g d o w n t h e n u m b e r of " M ' ' > o u n K e r r " e D 0 ' l ' , c Methodist
BOOTS,
SHOES,
R U B B E R S ,
M r . a n d M r s . W i l l H i l l ^ o r of
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Hit n<Mi or •v.rytLlng Uiaaarkd»(forts.
d i v o r c e s in p r o p o r t i o n t o t h e 1 m ' n ' s l r y
^ " W r i i Michigan b u t wisest t h i n g . On t h e o t h e r hand t h e
Chicago spent New Year's day
—
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S L I P P E R S , ETC.
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m a r r i a g e s t h a n m a n y c o u n t i e a of
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success, t h a t village m e r c h a n t and dealer should
Ev. L u t h e r a n c h h r c h . w i t h t h e l a t t e r ' s p a r e n t s * M r
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the state.
D u r i n g t h e p a n t y e a r t h e r e are f e w l b o t who have n o t heard I n his be«t to m a k e it a d v a n t a g e o u s
Services 10 a. in , sermon topic; a n d M r s . G u s t M a r q u a r d t . T h e v
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J A C O B GRAF.
g r a n t e d b y C o u n t y C l e r k B a r l o w . " S q u a r e with t h e W o r l d . " T h i s Is a n to do t h e i r buiiness in t h e village and m. S u n d a y school. S a t u r d a y G e r m a n n i g h t .
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I n t h e c i r c u i t c o u r t 52 d i v o r c e s I unusual t r e a t for t h i s town. Bready to m u t u a l l y m a k e It
school.
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Services
and
SunL a t e s t S t y l e s of F i n e F o o t w e a r
prolltable.
M i s s D a i s y G e b o o , t e a c h e r at
OENKRA L M ERCI1AND18M'
w e r e i s s u e d b y J u d g e b e n s i o n s , Is in d e m a n d everywhere b u t he comes W h a t e v e r t h e f a r m e r has t o sell da) school at Claybanks.
M u s k e g o n Heigl.ui, and
Mr.
and t h e best w o r k i n g Shoes.
Jr> our Sprtlal l.«r*| llrMiid or^A acd Mr Coiia.
i n o s i of t h e a e b e i n g f o r c r u e l t y , to us u n d e r condition, where we do should c o m m a n d a price in his nearKrcalring a Spaolaliy,
Who says bone meal doesn't produce F r e e m a n o f M l . P l e a s a n t a t t e n d whl«b 1.
lo
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e i t h e r o n t h e p a r t of t h e h u s - not have to c h a r g e an admission fee. est village equal to w h a t he can, ob- eggs. Always a t e . 11. B u t t e r s.
ed the C i a y b a n k s M. E. c h u r c l .
A I rial will oonv Inou you.
Also 11 c u u p l e t v line of up-lo date
band or t h e wife.
Indeed (he whole series is l o be free tain an} where else, except in case of
last S u n d a y and w e r e e n t e r t a i n Wall Paper.
P h o n o 90.
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Everywhere life Is belnK made more
AXEL C J O H N S O N ,
that are trying to kill each o t h e r . safe t h n u j g h t h e pork of Dr. K i n g ' s T . H. H u b b a r d a n d f a m i l y .
for gubernatorial h o n o r s
a r e banquet.
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Miss Eloise
Sumner
spent
tfholatala ami r«ui|«lralar In
Indigestion, liver
r o o f J a n u a r y 4, t h e o c c a n i o n be- of each n u m b e r b u t t h e program will self In t h e end to stick by his own 1
, troubles, kidney diseases and "bowel N e w Y e a r ' s d a y w i t h M r s . M . F r e s h . S a l t a n d S m o k e d M e n t s , Hand Made Harness, Collars,
upon which d e p e n d s his
i n g a m a n s m e e t i n g of t h e 4,0<H) speak for Itself. Wo believe t h i s lo town,
vaina on.i
' a r m d sosdcis. I h e y ' r e easy, hut sure, i . A l d r i c h of M o n t a g u e .
Robes, Whips, etc.
I'oullry audOmiif In teatoo.
m e m b e r s of t h e W o o d m e n of t h e be the g r e a t e s t literary a n d social pro- vaiue and home conveniences, post- und perfectly bulhl up th
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World at G r a n d Rapids. T h i s
w e n t lo
t'"i'dlD|i3Md.iora..uih of Paruiars Uaik.
Muskegon Friday to spend New
m e e t i n g s h o u l d a t l e a n t r e v i v e discounted by no lecture course or etc. S u p p o r t t h e village t h a t supe o l e r t a l u m e n t s ever held here. T h e ports the c o u n t r y a d j a c c n t .
t h e t a l k in p o l i t i c a l m a t t e r s .
J. W. W A T K I N S ,
year's p r o g r a m Is as follows:
L M P H E L P S ,
L o s t - M y Scotch Collie dog, brown
M o r e is b e i n g s a i d a b o u t t h e
J a n . I l t h — A d d r e s s " S q u a r e with a n d white,* wears a leather crdiar with ' • , n d " , n , » k e s l a c k , circular snws, a
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candidates for senatorial h o n o r s
t h e W o r l d , " Rev. U. H. Bready of n a m e ten B i . ^ k .
reward PleaKe lww i 1 a C l 1 i r ^ y l 1 " " ^ r , , , a s " w >>>ilH H ' I m a J a c k s o t t a l s o r e t u r n e d t o
a t t h e p r e s e n t l i m e in L a n s i n g
Lowest
Prlcwa
F u l l weight. O r d e r
Choice
Guts
lit
Ileusonnhle
Prices.
n o t i f y Dr. V a n d e r V e n N,. w
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l " Nollhoil.T and stack, which iare W'e S t a t e N o r m a l M o n d a y .
Grand Rapids.
than about the four candidates
Mich.
taken
; practlcallv new, for 1140 if
P r o m p t l y tilled. Phone *).
Feb. 11—Concert by Apollo g u l n t e t
Phone 54.
once. Uoqulre of n .
n.
o i s e n j . ^ ' r s - ^ i a r l e s H u s t o n is s p e n d
for g o v e r n o r . T h e all p r e v a i l
Now is your t i m e to g e t leaf lard. Whitehall.
of
Albion
college.
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Mar. 8—Addresn "Good Citizenship
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sections.
| to e n d m e t h e itching, p a i n f u l distress ( ^ "
Gents Clothing a i d Furnishings
April 12th— Rally Meeting and ban- brings danger, suffering, o f t e n d e a t h l o f P , , e « - T
Contractor.
no need to listen I M r . a n d M r s . C h a r l e s T i t u s B u i l d i n g
StaU* G a m e • W a r d e n P i e r c e q u e t . Address by Or. 1. E. Day of to thousands, who t a k e ' c o l d s , coughs i . I f , ,here's
IIulu, Caps, Mittens, Kto.
muchf C 1from
rpll. ; , -writes | a r e e n t e r t a i l l i n g a n i e c e
1
Sucoincilioii* mi l K.^ilinxli-irtivarrully
h a s r e c e i v e d a r e p o r t f r o m D e p - Albion.
of t h e
and lagrippe, t h a t t e r r o r of Winter ^ . I ' t M a r s ! ) of Silver City, N .
Knrnlalu-il aii<l Hllordcrx prompil* m
f o r
Kveryihlnif
worn by Man or Boy.
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lenJcl |o.
and S p r i n g
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was
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May l o t h — B a n q u e t and address to stuffed up, nostrils, lower p a r t o ' nose I, , v o ' ,
cured.
Burns,
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t h e S o o , t e l l i n g of t h e a r r e s t business men, by Dlst. S u p t . J . R.
Mrs. G e r r i t
Anderson
and
sore, chills and fever, pain In back of hulls, ulcers, fever sores, eczema, cuts,
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he-td, and a t h r o a t - g r i p p i n g cough, chapped hands, chilblains, vanish be- M r s . B o l l N e l s o n a r e s p e n d i n g
Wilson, a Methodist m i n i s t e r a t
RIFFLE & BOYDEN,
the w e e k with their d i u g h l e r
J u n e 14lh—Ladles n i g h t , address, Y hen grip a t t a c k s , IUS you value your fore It. 250 at Ripley's dj^ig sbire.
R u - k f o r d , f o r k i l l i n g a d e e r o u t " R e m i n i s c e n c e s ' ' by Rev. R. J . Slee, life, d o n ' t delay g e t t i n g Dr. King's
TTTTT.f 1.1 1.1 | « FtFV-and sister, M r s
Charles TimNew Discovery. One bottle cured
of s e a s o n . T h e m i n i s t e r p a i d of Ovid.
mick.
me, writes A. L. Dunn, of Pino Val- J .
H . W I L L T M S
IJI5.75 in f i n e a n d c o s t s .
J u l y 12th—Patriotic ad.ircss by H o n . ley, M Iss , a f t e r being laid up t h r e e
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S u m n e r
weeks with grip. F o r sore lungs
''••MI nn.! KULNIMW furnUhiHl ..n ny kind «r
T h e O c t o b e r r e p o r t of
t h e Alex S u t h e r l a n d of Muskegon.
and d a u g h t e r Blanche and Mr.
hemorrhages, coughs, colds, whooping
l>iiiiiiiiiK noiikiriinUon.
Stiu« Prison, located at J a c k s o n ,
Aug. 9th—Local p r o g r a m .
•
S t r o h g e s t C o m p a n i e s in t h e
a n d M r s . A . 13. S u m n e r a n d
cough, bronchitis, a s t h m a , I t s s u p r e m e
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s h u w s a n i n c r e a s e of 12 p r i s o n S e p t . fith—"Temperance address by MK-. $1 00 G u a r a n t e e d by L. (J. Kipd a u g h t e r Mirabel, were enterWORLD.
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During the
JEWELRY,
* J O H N T . C O O P E R M-D
Oct.
Ilth—Address
Brotherhood
M r s . T. B. H u b b a r d N o w Y e a r ' s
We will s t a r t c u l l i n g lath a t once.
m o n t h 29 n e w p r i s o n e r s w e r e a d - f i o m a Washington Viewpoint, by Bring In your pine or hemlock holts
day.
Practicing Physician and Surgeon.
Diamonds, Watches, Clocks, J
raittud.
and poles and we will c u t t h e m up
Hon. 1>. E. McClurc, Muskegon.
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n
S i ^ ' 8 M V V ? n , u n , a o d Children a
Miss A n n a Loosemore has re
spuclalty. MemlH-r of surulenl and
Nov. Ist—Address " W h a t t h e c h u r c h and sell the lalli for you, or will hi v
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voui bolls and poles o u t r i g h t . W B
turned here from her home at
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may expect from a p r e s e n t day Lay- X orkellcr, a t the Big red mill. WhiteNunica after a week's vacation.
J e r r y S u l l i v a n of C e d a r w a s man. by l i e v . J . B. P l n c a r d , Muskegon.
Silver Sets. Pins,
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KILLTHE C O U G H
Mlch
S h e was entertained at the home
in t h e v i l l a g e a f e w d a y s l a s t
Dec. 13th—Address by pastor of
[AWBCURETHELUWCS
Fountain Pens,
of M r . a n d M r s . H . W . R u n z e l
week s h a k i n g h a n d s w i t h o l d Whitehall M. E. c h u r c h .
and M r . and M r s . A . B. S u m n e r
acquaintances.
make fine X mas Gifts.
Each m e e t i n g ^ i l l
have
other
last Sunday.
M r . a n d M r s W . F . N u f e r l e f t f e a t u r e s besides t h e addresses. T h e
All goods g u a r a n t e e d as repreA T T O R N E Y A T L A W
F r i d a y f o r t h e i r w i n t e r h o m e in Brotherhood choir will sing next
Mr. and Mrs. F r e d Meinert
sented and prices t h e lowest
N o r f o l k , , W. V.
N O T A R Y
P U B L I C .
T u e s d a y evening and a good, protltable
a n d d a u g h t e r B e r t h a , w e n t to
LINDERMAN BLOCK
Muskegon F r i d a y to s p e n d
Mr. a n d M r s . L o u i s K l e t t h a v e and enjoyable t i m e is sure. Come and
WniTKHALL,
few days with their daughter.
MICH.
moved t o G r a n d R a p i d s w h e r e hear Bready and he will not only sure, V r
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POTTLE
FREE
Mrs. Redman.
They returned
Mr. K l e t l h a s a p o s i t i o n in a ly e n t e r t a i n you b u t send vou home
MECHANICS UK* SALK.
Jeweler, M o n t a g u e , Mich.
feeling your t i m e well s p e n t , your live
A N D U L T H R O A T A N Q LUNC TROUBLES
Monday.
tannery.
SlalB nt Mlcliluitn,
r r
UnfOr,,,, C
enriched, yourself a b e l t e r m a n .
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L T . Covell w a s t a k e n q u i t e
0
A c o m p a n y o f 21 y o u n g p e o p l e
monev
/?£ru/voeo.
Miukugou
Lunibor
A
Fual
CooiMar
s e r i o u s l y ill l a s t w e e k w i t h p n e u Wm. Mathews of V r u l t p o r t Is t h e
1
7
enjoyed a sleighride to the home
(utupUlDalit,
m o n ' i . I n f a c t s o a l a r m i n g i s new d e p u t y sheriff who will devote Cor. V/ebster & Jefferson Am., Muskegon, MldC
V.I,
of M r , a n d M r s . S p r i n k l a s t S a t Tl.i-jdon.
UcM»r«.. M«rr D< Mitri.
A conrs.' In thin prcat School of Bnsliim will
Kis c a s e t h a t a d o c t o r f r o m G r a n d h i s l i m e principally to the enforce
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QitAlIfy yoa to com round a good patarr.
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R a p i d s a n d a t r a i n e d n u r s e ; a r c m e n t of t h e g a m e and tlsh laws. T h e
Bos incKa Aroonnttng and 0«'neral Prmctlc*.
time was spent.
H/iorthanrt,
Typewriting
and
Englloh
teochi
"Dd by vlnu* or • deorM of
in a t t e n d a n c e .
s t r e a m s of the c o u n t y will be w a t c h e d by /» Hfaff of
Ooi.ri imtrfo HIKI ••ot>T',<l on the ISlh d»T or
Miss
Lottie
and
Grace
Jackson
A
lu
A Buty Medldna for Buiy People.
WU..
1
Trained and Experienced Teachers.
James J. Gee's condition Is slightly very closely.
'j* r'» h'
hi-roby itlven
ihtl-l»vo
1 » illBDmlwl
,H|| BI CI
are spendidg their vacation at
Brings OoldM Hullh and Ren<»td Vigor.
D
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g
t
h
e
m
o
n
t
h
s
of
December,
Wo
pUeo
aitulenta
In
poring
porttloni.
Impruvetl. lie is piisi the d a n g e r
Ilifocal
(»r
double
s
i
g
h
t
e
d
lenses
enA
trf
tUo
for
Const!imtlon,
Indlgositon,
L,lvof
home
k
0
Our new bultdlnR has alt modem appUaaoag 1
f. ? - r 0 y l r o , , b lcs. I'liiipies, Kozema. Impure
siagenf or i-monl!, but is still very ill J a n u a r y , E e b r u a i y a n d March, any ond w ozccptlonatty well lighted. Dining haU Ulcjod.Had
abling t h e wearer to see plainly both
Hrooth.
Stuirglsh
Bowels
Ilcuoicha
•cnt» 550;raonbiarc nerved at low prlera, afford- on<l Bclinona Its RouUy Mounuitn Tea In Uio- Q E r n e s t C o c k e r i l l c a m e h o m e
•Mill a 1 in li- iti'11 of h e a r t and kid- tlsh can be speared In t h e county ex Inga crriitMivlnKtoont-or-townfitadanU.
In t he d i s t a n c e or close by such as
lot fo*n. 35 conts a box. Ucnulno made
f r o m III., l a s t F r i d a y a c c t t n p a n
c e p t i n g brook t r o u t , rainbow t r o u t
Wrlto for eotalogun and tcrrua to
ney tMU'ilH
reading, sewing, etc.. tilted by me
l i o r x i f r R R DIIL'O COMPOST. Mudison. Wis.
land-locked salmon a n d black bass. L C. BISSQN, • • President ind Managet ROL&fN NUGGETS FOR SALLOW PEOPLE i e d by h i s b r o t h e r H a r r y , w h o both In t h e c e m e n t style or in one
will r e t u r n to III., a f t e r a w e e k s
F r o m F e b r u a r y 1 to J u n e 15lh, InThe Cause of M a n y
glass. Hi focal lenses titled by me
visit with his p a r e n t s a n d friends.
clusive, s t r a w b e r r y , calico, silver and
give perfect vision and c o m f o r t .
S u d d e n D e a t h s . w h i t e buss c a n n o t be t a k e n In any
Apr 11
M i s s F r e d a K o l b w e n t lo Al
PwicNTV SKVKN VKARS e x p e r i e n c e is
. ?• , w 3 There it * dincasc prevailing in this m a n n e r . A t no t i m e d u r i n g t h e year
b
i
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n
,
M
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c
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.
w
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r
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s
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x
p
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t
s
a
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your
service,
and
my
c
h
a
r
g
e
s
are
h
0,
o
Ka?ta^ ^ D^ ^ ^«, M "' ke,r, ' ,, , , , u 81,1 ^
«•
— - m 0 1 n 1 d a i , k ' i ; r o U s because so deccp- may any one cutch more t h a n 20 of
to s p e n d a f e w m o n t h s .
NO HIGH Kit t h a n t h a t of Inexperienced
•III
tiye. Many sudden
r«i
Ptiillp W. Kalilcorii,
Clrcalt ( eun Coiumiuioovr in ami .
deaths are caused any of these k i n d s of Hsh, and each
S e r v i c e s G e r . A m e r . B f p t i s t travellnif opticians. 1 di, NOT TUA VKL
by it—heart dis- fish c a u g h t m u s t be a t least seven
NMn.. Krwln V a ^ X ^ ' K ^ ; 1 ^
I
or
employ
t
r
a
v
e
l
i
n
g
opticians.
Lo
church.
S . S . 9 a . ni. M o r n i n g
cos
SullulU>ri(or Coaipialuanl.
•\\\yf~j WVf
c . pneumonia, Inches in l e n g t h . I t Is u n l a w f u l to
F O R
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.
hheart
s e r v i c e G e r m a n 10 a. m .
B
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|||(<y.
™T*, failure^ or I sell or offer for sale any of these Ush.
HXORTFGNGTM S « l *
apoplexy are often
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rE r n e s t E i m e r O p t . D.
oarauli haa beon made In tbe pavraant or tha
the result of kid- T h e s t r a w b e r r y and calico bass named
a n d
innu«y a«<Mir«d bt a inorifaKd dHtaaf Mav a igoo
v i c e i l l u s t r a t e d l e c t u r e 7 . 3 0 p. m .
5;i Western Ave—up s t a i r s .
ney disease. If are commonly known In Muskegon
ninit
i S ! ; P h « 1 ' " " i n k iuid tfbri.tiSS
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t
Clink,
wir^. or Maaktfk'nn. MloliUau
lo
kidney trouble is c o u n t y as speckled bass.
M P S K E O O N . MICH CllfloD hla
O.
SlrTwnt of ll. v lama ala.-^ wbloh
i n g 7:30.
Jl
allowed toadvance
iuoriKayrwa. rvcord. d l n
of lljo R ^ U T h e penalty for t h e violation of
or II... County of Muikion. J.CbSf.,,"
the k idney-poisonOD
these provisions of the law Is a line of
011
Mrs. F r a n k Miller entertained
Ma> 4.
OWO,"
"Od ITI, oa
UeV tCrT-.r;
blood will atMa)
IWM,
CQUMn
t h e l a d i e s aid l a s t T h u r s d a y .
And wkan-it bf l n '"'Ouuifnt duly aiaauud
Se
K catarrh of not less t h a n $10 or more t h a n BoO, and
bv
said
i
b ck d ust
l w,r
1
be u S V " - L
or sediment in costs of prosecution, or i m p r i s o n m e n t
II. . """* " "'¥ d* * Mar<-b 7
IMH, in| .
M r s . M. A. R e i n h a r d t e n t e r Sr^Tkiafa ..ffleo In
lirw r '- 4 o c h c ' U c k ache, lame in tiie c o u n t y Jail for n o t more t h a n
Lil.«r KWof M-i i
on I'age 108, (bara 'w'm ra"
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P » n e M . nen-ous- 00 d a y s
le«»--d
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in*.rirf*Be
lhe
Soulb half uf tba
1
v
.
kidneys themselves break
Nuribwaii uuarur of Socllon Ihlrty-ana (ji >
sion circle T u e s d a y .
rowU i«ii HOI North. Kanifo fourlean <Ul Waadown and waste away cell by cell.
And wlmroa. ibr ainouul claimed lo Ui dna ou
B u t t e n v o t h F l o r a l Co
C h a s . T i m m i c h , w h o died Dec.
frii."1'. r t r o u , , , c s alniost always result
14
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« . U u c v . a„n 1, , C CWi ll ls,, eo on , u need u r c u t ilower^ for anv
29, w a s b o r n S e p t . 14^ 1873 in
fu
Unril,
letter health m that organ is ohtnined
t e l e p h o n e us and you will txM
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Mid
m-irtoifa.
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whlnh
if
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Germany. ^ge^aaiejtc^Anrtiica
ULLKIMIII
H IMA.1 IR
>• on "aaid "luoriLaM
•» 'I '19
- • ^P v , 5 e . v Utfi.JifcVc 01
rvC.keSir a
»treatment
~ n « t of the k idd,, ^
'
amoaol I*
olHlinad
loX be .....
uniw.id
G U A R A N T E E H
C S D R S S F O R
S t , , c k u"n" dd t the
llc
l ulowest
w, sl
w
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p
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n
t
s
in
1883,
a
n
d
ho
price.
Special
and
no
anil
or
pr.
uaedlng
bna
Ij^fii
inalltul^
at
.COratta-.TfcWlfyto c a r e U k ,
'
Uw lo r«oo»urili«dBbl now MmalolnV. • « n r i
- r u e and scalding poininpasBiiieit
t u In the m a k i n g up of fuuera f t e r r e s i d i r i g in M o n t a g u e o n e
C r o u p , W h o o p i n g C o u e h , Bronchitis, La G r i p p e ,
by
tald
mortgaja
or
an^
UiereofT
Wlierabt
u. pieces. Give us a trial order and
tbtpowar of i«U coolafued In wld morignfa baa
y e a r r e m o v e d to W h i t e R i v e r .
Q u i n s y , H o a r s e n e s s , H e m o r r h a g e of t h e L u n g s ,
' " go cft.n =
let us prove w h a t we say.
baouniuou^ratlve.
Besides his wife a n d t h r e e childNow, tbeniforw. nolico u barwbv tlven tbat bv
W e a k n e s s of t h e L u n g s , A s t h m a a n d
B u t t e r worth Floral Co.
vlrlua of aald powor of aale, and lu p.-rauan.-e .'f
nu
a,,(
ren h e leaves a
father, two
Larch Ave. and J o h n S t .
E
m
M
M
I
O
M
L
all d i s e a s e s of
of n
^ * n, niediote effect
lhe
.utuu. In .u.rh eaae made and pruvldJd ih„
t e
»al<J inori^:i|r« will b« fur«*olfNw t by a tale , j (ilA
Muskegon Midi.
," « « • ' k i d n " remedy
b r o t h e r s . A d o l p h of C l a y b a n k s
D i C T l G M A R T
|if 'cuL«e» iharvln deacrlimd and nol mtaau'd
U soou realized. It stands the highest bis Cltixens Phone 1210
T H R O A T , LUNGS AND CHEST
a n d L o u i s of M o n t a g u e ,
and
iberefrom. at public auotl-.u. t.< tba hlxbeat hidproperties.1 A t , a ,
riiT; "'/u1* ' r " " d o " r o f tb,,C?ouri llouae, in iba
t
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a
re
P R E V E N T S
P N E U M O N I A
t lly or Muakeucm, In aaul County of Muakauon
Swnn ^ D . •
convince anyone!
P " ; " f-i accuratc, pracon tha asth day or Kthruarv ivii). at U-n o'olook m
bcin. Mrs. Glen S t e w a r t and
sponsible and energ.-tlc man or woman
l i c - . l , v j cclicl.-.rly vocabube forenoon of that day. a blob w'd pn-mlw. t"
In M o n t a g u e and vicinity t o a t t e n d io
Mrs. Kemp
T h e funeral which
la- aold an. daaortUd at follow,. ujHit; The
Us s u b c n p t l o n i n t e r e s t s . Experience
Eleven y e a r s ago Dr. K i n g ' s New Discovery permanently cured
was held at the L u t h e r a n church
M,w r a d
unnecessary. T h e r e is liber.il g u a r a n '" "f .Mu.kcK.,u,
me of a severe and dangerous throat and lung trouble, and I ' v e
Ma(«* or M ioh i« a ii,, vil.
- . .ntains
in M o n t a g u e l a s t S u n d a y w a s
teed compensation
A prolirable p» ra
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n
g
l
i
s
L
I
ba
North
balfof
the
Nortb«v*al
•junrtar
of Sactlou
been a well man ever s i n c e . - G . 0 . Floyd, Merchant, Kershaw, S. C.
largely attended.
muneni business w i t h o u t capital can
i Lancriapc, G u i d o to P r c L « ^ i ; S n ^ , l v v i ^ , , , , L , p U o ( , 0 ' •Nor,h'
be ostabliKhed a m o n g f r i e n d s and ac
'• a u n c i a t i o n , C i c t i o u a r y o f
Dalai October ii. I<)0B.
PRICE 50c
L u m b e r , lath and shingles for sale
AND St.OO
any mUtaki ht
P*!*'Don't make q u a i n t a n c e s . Whole or spare time."
• I Fiction, Ncvr Gazetteer cf
Cilfton I>. btavena, MurtKagtw.
at reasonablr prices, also b a r n t i m b e r s
1
s J . n ~ ' o . t ) a t i remember the name T h i s Is the best t i m e to s t a r t . Comtho World, N e w Biogra^LNima Krwin, Vandertverp A Poole
SOLD AND GUARANTEED BY
for sale and c u t to order anv length
vo» ^
' *, rn, d d o n ' t let a dealer sell plete out lit and I n s t r u c t i o n s frof
Allorneya
for
Mortyauee.
i c a l D i o t i o n a . y. V o c a b u l a r y
and sizf. Call on or write L. Pranifer.
Uulinuat Addraat; Muskatrou, Mich.
*
Swnmp-Root— Write now. MeClures Magazine, 40
o f S c r i p t u r o Name.3, G r e e k
if >ou do you NN-I11 be disappointed.
R o t h b u r y , Mich.
L . G a
R I P L E Y
&
C o . ,
M o n t a g u e .
Enst 23rd S t r e e t , N e w York City.
a n d L a t i n lTa;n-:8,cr.d E - i g CM \KCKltY BAt.K.
licli.Christian Haines, P c r S A V K D AT D K A T H ' S DOOU.
01^3 Q u o t a t i o n s , A b b r o v i a , T h * tMrooll ttMirt for the
T h e door of d e a t h seemed ready to
Wu»k«foo.
lu Chaurcrv.
ti
JUS.
M
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r
i
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fiyctoni.
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c
.
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\VltlUni Child* and Lavlnla Chllda, Complaliiopen for M u r r r a y \Y. Ayer.%, of T r a n I*.I-c». ro<. jI:I i II - I I j u b .
Mii-.a.
v».
Jackaon
J.
Uakor, Silvia Makar and
sit U n d u e N. V., when his life was
SH3t".SVC'JN0rCWil£L.':ii A E33K ?
William 11. liak. r D.fendaata.
'n<1
woudur.'ully saved. 1 was in a dreadWnLaieu'a
'.KuiAntT'
In purauance of a decrwial order of aald Court
JJT
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ABRLD^BIRU
'
-n'ar
•iid
Tkl
i
made lo the above entllb d cauaa on the |<.lk lav
ful coudillon, lie writes, " m y skin was
rB|«>.rF.l.l!njt IllCfarv
> Ilia. • rrtlu:. v
of liecember A U IVM», tber^- will be .old under
r'lnfnr ••r»balmost yellow; eyes s u n k e n ; t ongue
the direction of ibe lubMilbar, a Clroult Court
coated; emaciated from li4ilng JO
( ommlMloner foraalder.uuiy. at pnbll.- auction
c. i c. uenn iAM Co., Springfield, Ptsi.
I 1.. .,1 A " < !
' " " n e - h a l ^ o f i h e & B l of anv t l r a l - c l u t
•it the frtmt or Terraoe Stn-ei door of ibe Court
OF' 1 l l l j 1VFST.
OFT
puunds, growing weaker daily. Virllouau In the City of Miiakviton, Miibi^au, on the
|
I'MUnii plant, l,nvl Q g S Q D A L C A P A W T Y .
u l e n t II ver t r o u b l e pulling me down
=r r r , - r - r r J
Jl.t day of february A l». lUIO. u-n o'cio.-k In
to deal b i n spite of doctors. T h e n
_j' the forenoon, all that cartsln IMMO or i«r< «l of
U ,nK
low
SIXTY DOLLARS
Hiat matchless medicine, E ectrlc
"
""hl|.of Daltoi..
Additional Stockholm o r v r\/-\r\
(ounty of Muakeuon andSialeof Michigan, and
Hitters,
cured
me.
1
J-cgukied
t
h
e
40
<1
ders'Liability
tpfeU, U U O '
VorTh^a'
^
v
"
^
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w
"
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pounds lost and now a m well and
/VVorfa:® Sole.
V
V » . fH«v
N o r l b w e a i , uarter ( N .
I . n o s u i u ,a o d> l a ir , ; r u r •
' u b
tV. V4) of t h e N o r l b e a t l ^ n a r u - r ( N K. U )( of S « s t i o o g . F o r all s t o m a c h , liver and
. wv ^,,.,1 . .
K e r f u r n a c e a t proportionately low prices.
I W f a u l l h a a bMD m a d e In lb.- p a y m e n t of t h e
Conservative.
Safe,
Strong.
kidney troubles they're s u p r e m e . iiOc m o n e y • • c u r e d by a m o r l K a g e d a i c d M i r o b t 1907 i l o i . t w o o l y0- n l n e (0» ) u , Town.bip eleven (II)
' a n u r a c * " f e 36 dllTcreol f u r n a c e of t h e leading stylos
We
i -a ac r ^e a of
? l^a u d , m o r e o r l e uc o n l a l n l o g iwane x o e n t e d bv J u a i l o a V a n D y k a of N o r t o n T o w n - rt>i iSAll
a t Uipley's d r u g store.
• t i l p . M u i k e g u i i C o u n t v . M l c b l t i o n . to H e n r y
W E S O L I C I T YOUR B U S I N E S S .
*"1 M u t k e g o n . M l r b l g a n . .lanosry 4, i»iu.
own one of t h e best equipped f u r n a c e
S e n i e y n of M l l K e g o n . M i c b l p t n . w b l c b i n o r l c a i i "
» ..
. r "•
t lrruitCourt ruinniU" " • r e c o r d e d In lh« ollliw of Ibe Uct-Uu r of Uin-d*
p l a n t s In t h e west. We i n a n u f a c t u r e
a l o m r for M u t k e w o u O m n t y . M i c h i g a n
f o r I b r C o u n t y of M<i«k> | ( o n . MtabTxaii. In L i b e r N i m t , Krwin, V a o d e r w e n i A
the very best a-id sell a t t h e lowest
President—M. B. C O V K L L ,
V. President—C._G P I T K I N
111 of M o r i ^ a u i - o n paKe l l U o n A p r i l ;M, 11107.
picsihle u i a n u f a c t u r e r ' s price. O u r
E p i l e p s y ,
F i t s
And wbeiviia. Hie amount claimed U'be due on Soilcllurs f o r D e f r o d a n t a .
Cashier— C E O K G E E . C O V E L L
f u r n a c e s burn any kind »f fuel.
• aid MORTOXV "I Hit. dale of ibla IIOIICB la tbe «uni
E v e r y p a r t of t h e b o d y h a s i t s of Two Huiidn-d Nine and >4S-IUUdollar» (»a.Olidi
T h e Hovee f it 11 * * • t ' i • o n l y
Directors
and Inlei^tl. and .be further Mini of
n
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r
v e s . I t ' s t h e c h a n n e l t h r o u g h pHnelpal
Fill««n doiiart (fi.VOU) a* an atiorncy fee itli.jUlf u r n a c e having a perfect forced VenM
B. Covell,
(?. G. P i t k i n .
C. E. Covell.
which
e n e r g y — n e r v e f o r c e i s cd fur In Mid luoriKK^o uud wldcb la lh<- wto.la
tilatlnt; System, t h a t insures pure
a m o u u l c l a l n u t l t o Im-iinpnlii o n t a l d niort||Hk.'<
air in every part of t h e house. T h e
f. J . Gee,
Augmt U 1> I
transmitted.
If t o o m u c h n e r v e a n d n o m i l o r p r u o v t d l u K b a t b e e n I n a l l t u l e d ni
t o r a e o t e r l h e d e b t n o w r a m a l n l u K nr.-nre.l bs
velue of t h i s forced ventllailun canf o r c e goes t o a p a r t , it i s i r r i t a t e d , slaw
a i d n i o i l g n t t e o r a n y p a i t t b o r e o f , wbi-raby t b e
IUH TK- uver-est!mated, especially m
p<iwerof
c a u s i n g p a i n , c o n g e s t i o n , s p a s m s , o o m e o p ear aa ot l-t ^e ;n t a l n - J In Mild oiurljaKt baa IM-'
case of had lungs or sickness
fits, e p i l e p s y , e t c . If n o t e n o u g h
N o w , T h e r e f o r e , n o l l c c Ii b v r . bv g i v e n I b n t . b v 1
We ship everythinK' properlv
d p o n c r of M b ' a n d In p u m u i i n c e •>! 1
it is e n f e e b l e d , a n d if n o n e a t all vl hl ar t ut leaot fnkl ae l In
prepaied ready l o install so • t h a t any
a u r b caw- m a d e a n d p r o v i d e d . t b « '
• a i d uiorl|i«i!e will I*- f o r v d u a e d by u aa l e of l h e
handy man can properly Ins-all our
paralysis
results.
Dr.
M i l e s ' pr>
G reen 'K
nilMi* t b v M o de><;rlb<-d, a l p u l i l l c a u c t i o n l o '
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furnacos wit hunt any as.- s t a n c e from
Block,
X e r v i n e s o o t h e s t h e n e r v e s , a s - i b e h l c h ^ t b l . l d e r a t t h i - f r o m d<ior of i h u C o u r t
HALL.
a tinner.
l l o u a e in Hie C l i y of MoikeKi.H, i n
C o u n t y of
s i s t s t h e n e r v e c e l l s t o g e n e r a t e M n t k e i f o n , o n t b * ' / * l h <la; of K e b r u a r y , I'JIU. a t
S e n d f o u n h plan of building to l»e
H i g h grade pbi.V* In all styles. T h e l a t e s t n o v e h l e s l n m o u n t i n g
Office over J a c o b s o n ' s
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•eatnl md cei our ihi i-e-colored cat ajust received. We use only high u r a d e P l u t i n o paper, m a k i n g a line
Grocery Store.
I' k' and best plaiiN for h o t t i n g plant.
t h a t plecn o r p a r c a l ol l a n d a l l o a l a in Ibit I o w a s
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energy.
A l e t t e r t o us «lll save you about
f , i c t u ' y - ; : n o V"111w,li , a s t a l l r e t'me.
Pictures e n l a c e d
'"My nvo
el«h >cara
tern-year-old da-Jghter had aMhal pt e ofof NMo irrt oI nI g, tino , taboad Cd oa aucnrt l tb a dofa t Mf oo il kl oi wg io nl a wa lotd:
in
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fur
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pav
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naif 1 he c*Bt of your heatlnt; plant.
Pw
often as t w o a n d
T w o (St ui " • • l i o n I b i r t y - o n e (31), T o w n
a we«k.
8h© tx-jan to tiOce Nl-ol
where, t i c l u r e framinu' done t o order, over 100 d i f f e r e n t si vies to
l u « ' 9 > n o r t h . K a o B o S J i t a a n (10) weal, o o m p r U
1 p . m. t o 4 p . m ,
I>r. Miles' Nervine, and »he haa not had lorf
Sivi R l j f h t h St .
_elect from. Art p i c t u r e s in colors or black and white, copied from
I o i r i y - a i i (90) a r r a a m o r a or laaa.
at'ack for
two months."
D a t a d , N o v e m b e r 17, I A S
«
W A T E R L O O . IOWA
xpensive oil paintings. Give us a call and see our work.
I'LTER MoAUUET. Sprlncfleld, Mass.
U e n r y Semayn, Mortwa^ee
Xi Oral bottle falls to beoeflt. money back.
County N e w s .
Trade at Home.
-
Ypsil'aau. mZ
PAUL A GERNER.
Carpenters and
General Contractors
FIRE INSURANCE
Whitehall
Presems
Micli
. Muskegon .
COMMERCIAL COLLEGE " D R I V I N G ' S
nwDtSCOVERY
FOIflKK^HI IpF^otaTToo
L J. GLADSTONE DOWIE
S. FEHRENBACH.
ttoeky Mountain Tea Kuggels
= s v . '
THE
GREATEST
C O U G H S
. ' .
CURE
C O L D S
R I N G ' S
N E W
D I S C O V E R Y
A L'^rr.ry in One Book
: ^V^ Bovee's Furnace at Factory Prices.
Che State Bank of m\UM\
Capital Stock $20,000,
Surplus
1 5.000.
t
FIRE MARINE,
ACCIDENT
and
SUN LIFE
MURPHY'S STUDIO.
• Bovee Furnace Works,
i
INSURANCE,
I
M I L B 6 M K O I C A L CO., E l k h a r t . Ind.
Niina. E n r l n , V a n d a r w e r p
for MortgaKoa.
Uuaiuau A d d m a ;
A
Koutr.
Attorccva
Mnakagon, Mlcblfao.
I. L. LANFOR
MonlaKue,
Mich.
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