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MORNING NTlUl'dE TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1911.
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, eer since rre been la it, and I
he's going to paint It now."
"la ha going to paint It pea grt ar
; Mr Maria's roV-e waa Icy cooL
! i "Light greea that's tha color.
' I "tMiw la gving to be red. asserted
' Maria, with bee moat provoking emtio,
and because ha had Barer quarreled
j with Maria and bow did not know
'.what to say Josh as abook hia head
angrily and went away.
i ilia visit to (be sou to wing . waa
quite aa unsatisfactory. 8ald Jim: t
I "Now, Susie, here, abe'a alwaya
wanted to lira la a yellow bouse.
I When aha waa a gtrL before aba waa
cMwa, mi. married, sbe sara aba alwara planned
... . . n'd 11 yellow,"
1 " fm,1-T I Sula nodded her bead. rTbata what
around we w. ,oe of Jonbua U.I , said." aba agreed beertly.
1tm fr " j "Why la It none of yoo erer set up
boalng hmhoneatoaematier -Now. (fo wh WMMj
my oldest sou. nen. and his wife lire Jo.hu, Drxrr bMrJ
L T , . . (no disagreement about living tn tbl.
I Patch woirk
A Scaeaw That Waa Rrilaeaisaed
After Virwiat tha Retail
By CLARISSA HA CUE
OsprrlgM by America a Pr.ia
For the Children
Demonstration af tha Pulling
Fewer af a Small Magnet.
folks bare that there wing stretching
off back they dvo't F"( much view,
but I ur j k.'4 two mora room, than
tome of tbe other aud my wife anJ
me Ore la the middle."
That's a recy edmlraMe arrange-
Lent, remarked the .trailer, wbo
happeooJ ibis time to be tbe new
minister, "and it .bow a wonderfully
harmonious family relationship."
"Tea, Mr." said Joshua emphatically
"Ton aee. tbe garden Is all diridej off
Into section, and each ooe bis his
chicken bournes and portion of tbe big
barn. I cert a I got all my folks
around ine." be csOed as tbe minister
walked smilingly away.
lie opened tbe gate and walked up
tha broad middle path that led to bis
own front door.
Within tbe warm sitting room Mrs.
Joshua Hallam rocked energetically to
and fro before the "air tight" store.
"What's tb matter, ma Ton look
all upset." said Jot-hua. unwinding tbe
muffier from hia throat and tossing It
with bis rap on tba table.
"Matter enough!" quavered Mrs.
Hallam. laying tba paper aside. "What
yon think Hew and Uaria are going
to do. Josh T" .
"I don't know not buy that second
hand autermoMle Peufleld offered
them. I'll go Id and tell flea what I
think of that" - Joshua opened tbe
door to leare tbe room, but bis wife
caught him deftly by hia flying coat-
tails and dragged him back.
"It a worse than aatermobHee," abe
aald fiercely. "Listen while I tell yoo.
and aee what yon ran make out of It
Ton know, Uaria la ail took np with
nere green noose when I gtre you a
roof over your .heads. I recollect
Susie, here, saying a he Just liked
green. It was so cool looking."
"I meant I ,Ukd"Tetlew." said Susie
"Taint it yellow then." said Joshua.
j turning on bis beeL "1 shan't stop you.
Tbe bous will look like a crazy patch
work that's what It wllir
"My part a going to be cream color,
said Lucy with decision
I CATCHER SCHMIDT TO TURN
. PUGILIST. ,
Charley ScbmUlt. ihe Ietroli
American lt cue c teller, UI
turn pugilist. Schmidt auiHmmed
receutly thai he la auiloua lo
meet any of Ihe henry welg his I
In tba rliu lAHlAt Aitnoiign
Schmidt has quit a repuialioo
with liia mitin. I)' lias never ap
peered in pulUc lu a bul.
Ilia frletid laXl.-O that If be
makes good In the rlug he may
quit the IisiiiihhI forever.
rV'hmtdt la iui the outs llh tlie
; I Detroit team and b.i been try
'. Ing to effect hi retete or snle
; to some other cluU lie welk'b
M H M I HI 1 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 I r I !
April 16 In American History.
a - France declared war agaiusi
Mexico. IMiig eiigrad wnn uie
4vll war. Ihe fulled Hialos Hiuld
uX proleat sgalusl Ibis violation
of Ibe Monroe d'n irlne.
ISWVlllcliard II Mather. Ulsllugulab
ed profwr of i reek, died; boro
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.).!
Sun sets ll.'lil. rises o il; Uhhu rises
9JMi . in.; plmiei Mercury seen seltlug
after suu; Knatcr.
HOW "ONE R0UNDH HOGAN
; . BECAME A FIGHTER.
Tans aaaavr waa frsarrMora.
them new people that bougbt the Fra
ry place on tbe fhiIL She apea erery
tbtng that the woman does and wears,
and now she wants Pen to paint their
part of the bouse red. like tbe Frary
bouse. What do you think of that r"
Jos has scratched his bead thought
fully. -Why. they can't do that ma.
becanae I'm going to paint the bull
house myself. It's going to be light
green, with darker green trlmmlnga.
I're ordered tbe paint this very day.
HI go m and tatk to Hen and Maria."
That ain't all." went on Mrs. Hal
lam, with mournful triumph In her
tones. "Susan and Jamea was la here,
and they laughed at painting the
bowse red. and they said they wanted
their wing painted yellow, with white
trlmmlnga, and Lacy she said abe fa
rored a cream color and abe guessed
abe and Walter would paint their part
that color. It"i a dreadful mess all
T ahall put a itop to that- aald
Joshua, arising with dignity and
witching his coattaila beyond tbe
reach of hia wife's restraining hand.
Thla house has got to be painted ooe
color or none at all. If going to be
Joshua Hal lam passed through the
ball and entered transrerse passage
way that led to the north and south
wlnga. where bis sons dwelt In their
Hia knock at Henry's door, brought
Mrs. Henry Hallam'a generously pro
' portioned form, snugly arrayed In tbe
latest fashion, before hia observant
"Gee, Maria. I thought at first yoo
waa Mrs. Plerpont Van (Wast err he
esld Jocosely aa be eat down. "Where's
..na went down to the village awhile
go. Bald he'd be' back before up
per." . Maria looked' rather connHmi.
u aha aald thla. and her expression
waa not lost upon ber father In-law.
"I Just came np from the hardware
tore; It's a wonder t didn't see him."
aid Joshua heartily.. ,Ml been ordering
paint for the house and tf lust come.
father sought her gentle presence. "If
Maria and Susan hare had their choke
I don't see why I cant bare my part
painted to suit me. Walter 'says be
knows where he can get a lot of cream
colored paint real cheap."
"What will this place look tiker
thundered ber father.
"It'll look real unique." aaid Lucy
calmly as ber father stamped back
again through tbe crooked little pas
sageway that led to hia own part of
"They're craiy, every ooe of them.'
he aald to hia wife as they sat dowa
to rapper that night "Let 'em paint
their houses any old color they Ilka.
They'll be tbe laughingstock of the
Tillage. As near as I can find out
there's four painters coming tomor
row, and each gang la going to paint-
one of the wings. Well, ours will be
At that moment Maria waa telling
Henry that abe was glad theirs waa to
be red, and Jim and Susan were tell
lng their painter they wanted -a bright
golden yellow, and Walter Pratt had
told Lucy that he had secured the bar
gain In cream color. ,"" "
Late the neit afternoon
young daughter. Amy, stood by tbe
front gate a a her grandfather came
through. She was a pretty girl, with
frying yellow curls and bine eyes.
Now her cbeeka were dimpling with
"Doesn't It look funny, grandfather V
Does It?" he asked gloomily, sor-
reylng tbe light green bouse, with Its
projecting wlnga of red and yellow
It looks Just like a salad," giggled
Amy. tucking her hand In hia arm.
"There's green for lettuce, and red for
beets, and yellow for hard boiled eggs,
nd cream for the dressing. I don't
believe they know how funny It looks."
"Suppose yoo tell tbem, then." sug
gested Joshua grimly be led tbe
way Into the house.
A half hour later Amy retained, still
mClng. Tre told them It looks like
a salad." she aald. "and I believe they
know It but tbey don't seem to know
what to da Mother cried and aaid
she would never bare thought of hav
ing hers different If Aunt Maria
hadn't decided on red. Aunt Soe aaid
she thought red and yellow waa nlg
gery, and Aunt Maria" Amy paused
and stifled a disrespectful laugh.
"Wnat'd Maria eayr asked Joanna
"She didn't aay anything, but she
threw book at the cat and then got
mad because tha pages were torn.
She didn't hit the cat"
'Just like Maria to get peerlah be
cause she couldn't hit the cat" mur
mured Mrs. Hallam tearfully.
"I got an Idea," aald Joabua happily.
"Ton call all tbe folks in here. Amy;
tell 'em I got something to say."
When tbey were gathered. Hen and
Maria, Jim and Susan and Lory and
Walter, Joshua Hallam surveyed tbem
benevolently over hia spectacles.
"Children, Amy. here, aays the house
looks like a salad. Thla won't do.
We're the laughingstock of Llttl
River tonight . Now, we're a patrhr
work family somehow. Each one of us
goes to make up tbe boll quilt see? if
we don't agree tbe quilt's going to be
a crazy one, with all sorts of clashing
colors same aa this house. Now. If
we're going to have patchwork
house, let's have tbe colors look well
together. Just the same aa we all have
to make our dispositions flt together
Tbey nodded shamefacedly, seeking
each, other's encouraging smile with
Suppose we get Dibble and Jones
nd tbe rest of 'em to figure on paint
ing the bouse and. let him bring la
all the colors each one wants see?
Tbey can fix the colors In different
P'sces so they'll look all right There's
the main body of tbe house and wings
Pe green," murmured bla children
with one accord. Joshua bowed appreciatively.
And there's tbe trimmings and' the
blinds and the roof and the chimneys.
yvny. i oo oeuere iril be the hand
somest boose In Little River. What
do yon say?" 4 .
Their sseot was unanimous,
-now, all of you set down and have
Replying to tbe question from one of
Its readers, "Why does a magnet pull?"
the editor of St. Nicholas says:
No one knows Jut why or bow a
magnet pulls. As with electricity, wt
ben her Irate I know only the reuts of theiwwer and
some mctbi'd of Its tte.
Hewevcr. ur Inquiry suggested tbe
question of bow much a small magnet
can pull. To test this I tied tbe ar
mature to tbe "platform" of an ordi
nary weighing scale for fsm'lly use.
Then I tied a strong cord to tbe loop
of the magnet put the cord through
book screwed to tbe table and pulled.
When I was .not trying fo take a
photograph I could pull It down to Are
and three-quarter pounds, and there It
broke away. For an ciponure of ten
seconds I could not bold it steadily
enough at a point much U-voud that
shown In the accompanying Illustra
Try it You will be surprised to see
bow many pounds merely a little toy
magnet can pull. 1
If one had a aeries of weights each
not much over Are pounds. what a
grand total tbe little "horseshoe" could
lift la a series of repeated efforts.
each effort being at Ita limit of power
Frlsee's Sensations! Lightweight Wss
. ' Once a Plumbsr's Helper.
A Push's Dsnee.
The fleeka or arrow dance Is pictur
esque as practiced by the Iueblo lo-
fllans In Arizona. One of tbe braves K
led before bis friends, who are drawn
up in two ranks. Here be is placed on
one knee, bow and arrow In his hand,
when the Mallnchi. a handsomely at
tired young girl, cummenccs'the dance.'
From her right wrist hangi tbe skin
of a silver gray fox. and bells that Jan
gle with every motion are fastened to
the end of ber embroidered scarf.
At first the maiden dances along tbe
line In front by her movements de
scribing tbe warpath. Slowly, steadi
ly, she puntues; then suddenly .her step
qukkens aa she comes In sight of her
enemy. The brave follows her with
bis eye and by the motion of his head
Implies that sb la right. She dances
faster and faster, then suddenly seizes
the arrow from him and by frantic
gestures makes It plain that tbe light
has begun In earnest She points with
the arrow, shows how It wings Its
course, how the scalp was taken and
ber tribe victorious. As abe conaiodes
her dance she returns the arrow to
the brave. Firearms are discharged,
and the whole party wends Ita wsy to
the public square to. make. room for
other parties, who keep np tbe dance
until dark. Chicago News.
A street fight between two plumbers'
asKbiranta .Is what shirted "One
Round" Hogan. the seuatlonai Frisco
pugilist, on the rad to fame. Hogan
waa a plumber's apprentice aud lis J
served three years of his. Jlme when
he took np the flghtiug game. He says
he never would " lu a prize today at
wiping a lead pl Joint but that
he's a beer at threading two Inch pipe.
Hogan. wboe Ant name Is Jack, la
confident be wil ereutually win the
lightweight charuplouihlp." He pdlnte
to hia boat with "Knockout" Ilrown la
New Tork recvntly as to what he caa
do, Hogan ha fought forty-one bat
tles, and of that uumler he won tbe
first thirty-nine-many of them by tbe
knockout route. On account of win
ning several of hll fights In the first
round be waa given Ihe name of "One
Round" Hog ti.
"I hve been fighting Just one year."
aid Hogan recently, "and you ran aee
that I hare been prtty buy to get
wy with forty fights. Tbey gave
Frankie Burns the decision against me
on account of a fit. bnt If I fouled
April 17 In American History.
17W-lr. rtonjamln Frankllu. Inven
tor, philosopher, statesman and wit.
died; born irw.
ISiKi-William (illmore Hliiim. author
fit southern historical notion, born;
died 170. i
l&U -Virginia ftdopted prdlnnnce vt ae-l
cession. Ibe eighth stale lo with
draw from the I'ulou. .
(From noon today to noon tomorrow )
Sun sets 0.37. rises A. 12: moon rises I
I1 12 p. m.; moon at Apocee, farthest
from earttf distuut 'Jol.io miles; plan
et Mercury seen setting after sun:
12.30 a. ui.. eastern time, all Jupiter's j
right satellites seen east of plnuet.
April 18 In American History.'
1731-William Williams, "signer" for
l'.ouueclU ut. bom; died 1HH.
1775 laul Itevere's famous ride out
of lloatou lo arouse the rolotilal pa
Il7-llattle of (Vrro Uordo. Melho;
(ienerat Win fie Id Scott defeated!
Geueral Anlotilo de Santa Anna.
lPOtt-Earthquake at Kan Francisco
and vicinity. Many butldttig In
tbe city reduced to ruins, which
later took Ore. Tremor recorded as
far east as Albany, N. T.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow,)
Snn .sets IKW, rises A ll; moon rises
11X4) p, m.; planet Mercury seen set
ting after sun.
A Piece ef Csndy.
Wbo says candy as sot aood te eat ?
Mrs. Sarah Bush, who lives in Kirk-
wood. Fa., likes rami, and she oftew
gets some to eat Sew beachl some a
week or so ago and ate part of H. 8b
heis'a a on another piece, and ber teeth
crunched on something bard. A 4eee
of nutshell?- Oh, no: It was bo
piece of nutshell. 11 was dlamoasx.
tbat'a all. and tt tooted as If li saigat
have come from ring worm by the
person that made tUe candy.
Dibble and bis men are coming np to- tapper with ma and me." commanded
morrow to begin." Joshua, rattling in the cupboard for
"We thought we wouldn't have Dlb- rape and. plates. 71 guess there's
bla. Henrya engaged Jones to paint enough to eat" ... j
oora." , -. ' ' , ; I "Shall 1 make seiadr asked Amy
. "He Bur; exploded Jomtmt. "John miscnievously. "There's plenty of
Dibble's aiwaya painted ,m$ bouse paint Jeftr ; . j . -.
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Why Is a coward like a leaky barrel?
Tbey both ran.
What Is that which never ask qoee
tioos. yet rejniree many answers; Tbe
What la that which goes up the- hill
and down the tdil and yet stands irtiU?
What nh!p Is tt that no women ee
Jects to embark to Courtship.
Wbst Is that which is full of
and yet holds wsiev? A sMnge.
April 19 In American History i
1721-Roerr Kherman. "algner" f n j
Connecticut, boro; died 17D3.
1775 Bcglnulng of American Revolt
tlon: battle at Islington and Con
cord. Mass, between Itrltlsb regu
lars and American at riots.
1113-IlenJamln Uuh.. J'slgner" foi
Pennsylvania, died: born 17 WV
1961-Daltlmore rioters attacked tbe
Sixth Massachusetts and Twenty
sixth I'ennsylranla - volunteers
ffnftr'tlln fat thm Atmnmm ft W.k. ' I
lngton. ' .
IS Cuban Intervention resolution '
passed congress; djtlmatum . to
" Spain. j
1006 I'l res contlnuwl In Ran Francis-
ro; many buildings dynamited. ll
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Bun seta 9 JO. rises BOO; moon rises
12il a. ,m.; moon farthest snath or I
lowest; fl a. m, planet t'ranus at quad- i
rature with the son. being DO degrees'
west of that body.
The cattat) of tbe American mats
Is almost exactly tbe seme plant aa
the Egyptian bulrush. It Is no long
er used for msklng paper aa-lt once
was. bet from Its root Is prepared an
stringent medtrlne, and Its stems are
used for the manufacture of mats.
chair bottoms and Ibe like.
. The Toy Soldier.
I've hesrd of msny soldiers
Who after they had fouaht
In two or three hard battles
Hsvs won renown. Thers ought
To bs some decoration
Or medal. I thould think.
For one who's fought so often,.
Ths fteld was Muck with Ink '
One dsv I was disfigured
For Ufa! 'Twss Marathon
Thst time. I've basn at Sumter.
I fouaht there, on and on!
At Fort Tlconderoaw
1 Inst a lee. An arm
At Bunker Hill was taken. '
ta Lsxlngton's alarm . t
Mr sun waa atnaahed to pieces, i"
And yH I fovitht wast day -At
Bull Run and Monterey.
T Ilk a Httls medal-
I think It should be sold
For tn the ranks of soldier i
Wss never en store bold.
'' ' Touth's Comiwnfm.
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.Best ot work and satisfaction nuar-
K MtAaa Ua..a ... a .
. ywr norses shod by an
Kpert; it paya,
All kinds of repair work and amlthy
wvriw rrom servica; flrsatsr Soe.
tlon of your work ean be done while
yen oo your traaina. oive me a trial
job ana sea if I cent plsase yea.
OTTIl G. TKOIIAS
assATiosjAJ. uoamrmoarr nt
It wss certainly not IntentiouaL
Tbey disqualified me fee butting. '
thdnk I can lick Bonn any time be
"How did yoa lUrt bs aa a fighter r
"It waa on account ef winning a
street fight over some plain Iter's as
sistants. I never took a box Ids les-
w In my Ufa."
Hogan then told of new be worked
plumber's assistant, and as be
waa leader of a gang be nataralty bad
to ngbt all tbe time.
A fight club In Frlse bad encaged
youug fellow named Steele for
preliminary boat, and ae he had no
epponeut the manager, who bad seen
nogan In a street nht offered blm
flu to go on. Ilogaa grabbed at tbe
joti. and before he had gone four
roands be knocked eat se ssaav of
Steele's teeth that the flgb had to be
And tbe worst of tt." said Dogan.
"Is that I didn't get the- $13. Tbe
manager told me that t5 waa enough
for me, and I eeclda't argue blm out
of tbe other tea. FlnaQy be told ma
that I waa prettjr larky to get a
chance to fight at a!L and he promised
me that he would give me another flgjst
tbe next week. . 1 fell for that Una af
talk, but to thla day I am attll trying
to get mat ten," , .
Hogan Is last twenty-two years old
and la an orphan. Apparently ae "baa
made tbe beat of bla opportunities at
school, aa ha talks Intelligently and
uses good English, He Is a clean II r
lng young fellow and has not been la
the fight - game long enough to fan
prey to Its many temptations.
,H ' -
.Revive Rseing In Dsnvsr.
JJFIorse racing on aa elaborate scale
may be revived In Denver the coming
summer. Two bills have been Intro
duced III the legislature whlcb will
permit racing with tbe pari mutual
syalem of betting, and it Is planned to
have at least two race meetings of
thirty days at Overland park.
Distributee Over 00,000 In Purees.
More than 18.000.000 In rneaM k..
been distributed by members of tba
grand circuit, whlcb annually attracts
w.w nsi 01 ine light harness horses.
Put Yourself in the
If yon do thls-4o even a imall I
April 20 In American History.
MCI -Colonel Robert E. !e resigned
bis coram ! Ion In tbe United Stntes
IWS-Severe earthquake tbrougaeal I
Jbe whole of California.
1002 Frank R. Stockton, tbe boretM,
died; born ISM. : k
190-Fires r becked In San FrancWal
TeUl deaths recorded 4JW.
from Ire ever I300.0no.000. Or
see from all rauaea over SLaaOv
(Frees aeon todsy to noon tomorrow.)
Ban sets rises BsOR: moon
JJ9 a 8-03 a. m., moon la'
Junrtlaw with rrsnns, passing?
west ta east of tbe planet - :-,
' - ..
Apr! 2! In American HistoV.'
183Battl af Kaa Jadnto. Tea.; e
at sad iMgatCpJ . aUagbaeri of
asexicsna by .Traans undse
Booatoat Texan ladepend
eared. C. esters 1 Hanta Aaaa the
Maxlraa leader, was captured,
ISTTs-Oeneral John Adams IHj, U, 8.
A noted flrure In the eivM war.
died: born 1TUH.
MM-United Stat as Mtolaree Btewtrt
L. Woodford given hia paawparta at
Madrid. Date Died, aa tae begin
ning; or tbe SpanUh-AnMrWaa war.
1010 Sana nel Langbome Clemens
(Umrk Twain), aatbor and lecturer,
died at Redd lag. Cona.; born 1833k
(From noon today to noon tomorrow.)
Sua seta 6:41. rises Bjjo; moon rises
3:14 a. m.; 1T7 p. nv. eastern time,
tnoon at last quarter tn constellation
Caprlcornna; sun's declination 12 de
grees north of releatlal equator. This
day 1809, peary'n farthest north tbna
far, 87 degrees 0 minutes; 190S, Dr.
Fredertck A. Cook claims to bvs
reached north pole.
April 22 In American Hl.torv.
ITGl-Jiraes Bachansn. fifteenth nraa.
Ident of tbe United States, bora:
died 1808. . , .
IB 15 Andrew Gregg Curtln, famout
war governor of Pannsylvanla
born; died 1804.
1008 Alexander Ilamaey of Mlnnaao-
ta, the laat of the "wr governors,"
uicu, uora loio.
(From noon today to noon tomorrow )
o.si, nsea owoj mom rises
:( . to,
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