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EUGENE CITY GUARD.
1. I OANrKLL, rrrr1Uir.
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1X0 EN E CITY..... 0RK00N
Cn-nt Hiltnln ha refused to acm-ut to
the iiirtiili.ii of China. She prefers u
retaining wall tu pnrtlt on.
, There lit a suspicion tluit tin reported
discovery l.y a Maiim u.un of u perpet
ual Unit loll llllirliillll IIUII Would MflW
wood wu nothing more 1 m ii a dis
gruntled or expce'Jihl politician.
A I'r, not. finish-Inn SIIVS that "till'
fume of K" 'ISiJr will raise the voire
i.f n u-iiliulll several tiliti'rt. A nintch
a. 1. tu that combination will nlso
raise tlii' rest of tin' woman.
TIhtc Is nothing Ty remarkable In
:iilnif girl liiiirri inif a blind mil-
li-lau In i:iil Liverpool. "I'l"'
1m said to In- blind. Itcslde. marriage
with a Chicago tilrl often lias t'll
dcUry tO Opl'll one's eye.
I'lirl policemen have been supplied
wltli trlf 'lark lantern, l.y noun
of wlibh tiny can "' '"ft away.
They were employed m.i ".fully lu n
rufiit nil.l In Hit Hl 'I" Itoiilogne
tin- ImiHfli'M pereoh who sleep tlnTo
Hn-t llarli- say In- Ihim written ovit
(DM short stories. Yr. I'Ht I hottc In
wrote previous In l7't were worth
more than lire tlnnc In- I. an written
.lire, ha become in.llll.' at Hie
expense of dial (iiallty wltl'li hut such
I'liurm to his earlier work.
A precedent Interesting to women
ha been established l.y tlx' l.oii'lon
rouiity Court. A lifly brought sil.t
agulust Nt. (Ii-orge's vestry fur da in
age from tin- cureless driving of a
water rnrt, which drew so near the
Idcwnlk thai Iht dr.w wn sprinkled
ami spoiled. Tim Court awarded her
Tin- I'hllndclphiu fire libraries claim
they have the greatest rlrnilutloii In the
world. Fmiii (t. .'in, IMi.1, to Sept. :tn,
IMHl, l,'.T.io,i4 volume were circulat
ed, I'trliulvD of tlii- n'fiTi'iii'u li'M.ka
rotimiltii! In lli Ilhrary ImiIIiIIiik.
Thfw U.'uri a. If n.rri'. t, i-xrii'.! thow f
JlHin li. Htfr, Kiiiilan I, t'lil- aK-i an. I lt..
ton, lililn rlo loinilili r.'.l an tin- lai-tf.-Nt
lu tin' woiM.
Tin' ol.l irartl.'c of illH.oiiii; of a oit
tain unli l.lc.l ...rtl..ii of I.iikI wlilrli la
. hi fur I.ix. h IhkIIII nialulaliK'l In h. v
i rnl Siat.-x, ami lit kiii-Ii a Kale lu Kan
an City not I. .tin ii tf n iniiu lit n-i-oril.tl
fin liavlnx iiii'.'hiiniil a Iclntlllloiitli of
a .ii.nv In.'li, In other woi.U that x.r
tl.iii ulilili uuiil.l n-Kiilt In iIIvI.IIiik a
.U.iro In. Ii l.y 1 follow.'.l l.y llti l.li
tn. II. r.- In a .lraalit ir..lil. in for II
WllltlT t'Vl'llllllf .
Tin' l.oii.li.n Tlnii'X U ri'MiniiHllili fur
tliU: "It lit not p-tii't'iilly kiiuwu that
1l tali'iitril wlft of Mr. M.'Kluli'y ait
ciillitl In tin' A im r l n it liar In tlic i-arly
mrt of an.Hhat hIu- i nj. ..! f..r
a I..IIK l hlli' the ilUllli. tli.il of l.i liit; Hi.'
titily laily of tho li-ual ii-..fi.-.l(.n lm
ii'a.l. il on iH'half of cli. Ml.-. I.. f..i.- In r
i ii IiuhIiiiii.I, w Iio ait the Ju.li;i' of III.'
tir.'lilt In w ill. Ii hIm- .rarl I. .." Aiiht
I.'Iiiih H In. want to Irani llihii; nl... ill
tlii'iiiNi'lvtn that art' not k.i u III il.t well
t rcail ll' I'.iiu'llli in' i.a.i'i'it.
An Klik'llHliiiuill ha i'.iiii.ili'.l n life
of (inivi-r Cl.'Vrlaii.l fur a rn'il.-a of l.lu
graplil.'al wuiKh Uhii.-.I l.y n llrni In
I..M.I..1I, nhh li ulll I.' a I'tirl.Mlly In
(In way of In.irriirnrl.'it, If Hi. w.' iiiuti'il
In nu aril. Ir fiuiii I ..hi. h. n arc a N.iiii.h'.
Koriunati'ly. n ni'wn.ai'r of l.oii.l.m
I. ait ralli'il ntli'iillun to a n.'ori' or inon
Klarliitf I'lrur-t. an. I ..'Iiiiim tin' l.uuk
Mill I"' I'urri'rli'.l III H itulm.'.ii.'iit ell
(lull. An Ainril.an llfi' of ill.i.Nt.uu.
K.I t'l'rolll'UIIS II to Hllll.'IIU'llt of fll.'t
tvoiiM li In iij;l)i'il out of print lu I on
An i'tiuiiliiiaiy latlanri' of lii'iv.ll
tary toinli'liry to milrl.l.' uil tul.l l.y
I'rof. Itruiiai.l.'l lu l'nrlH liitrly. A
farmer m ill' l'.laitieit hai.'l Ii uinelf
without n. nr.'hl .huh.-, l.-avliii! it fam
ily of nevt ii ftuiut an. I fuiir .laiiihtei.
'1't'll of the eleven inli e.l'e.H ly lulluw
t'.l the father'it eain.h', l ut nut until
they ha. I marrle.l iiu.l ..'i,'utien ! II
til en, all of ttliuui IlkewSe Iimii. .1
llieniitelveii. 'I he only aiirvltnr lit a
ami, who la now IN year of .u'e .i i.l
lini ni mhi'.I Mifely l.cyoii.l the family
liannlin; it C".
Tile fiifuivemeut of ..ill' luimUiatluii
Ihh a.pear-t tu l.e 1ih Iiik a K'x") elT t
ill prevenaliit; ul'l.'.'tlunal.li' i. .n t
fruin t-uuiliiK to HiIh euiiuiiy iin.l In
turnlilK the II. le uf uiiil.'nlral.le euiliiia
tlun to Sunt It Auierl. a. The elTeet U
titily l.eulunlnk' t l" .ei'ee'tll.l.' at tin'
jmrta of entry, huwever, nil.l It will Iw
many year Lefuie the tnlti hlef Hlrt a.ly
dune In the country nl lai'K' ran l.e
tivereoine. A lone limine of external
Vlttllauee ami Internal Improvement In
Ii. ill. -.1 tu make tt.e .u.ulatluu of thin
tiiunlry nil tlntt It uuclit to le, or eveu
what like to I'.'lleve that It i now.
The rhlla.leli'hla piiperH any the ff
fort of the I'lilun Traetloti l'oiiiuiy tu
j.lMVl.le Home .11111 ex.-lu-sUely for male
uiukera luia .rov.il a fallunv The
iiiioklui; rant have livn .rivl.l'.l all
rUlit ami inuii'uuuNly lahelnl. lu a. I
1 11 Ion to vv hi. Ii the .1.11. In. turn notify
every woman inn!iia" to laiil one of
them .Mm that It l a muoklut; ear. Hut
ill illt of tk'i"t an. I ii'ii.lii.'tura' an
iiuuiiii'iiienta very mnoktint ear utrrle
inurv women than men. and the amok
era lia to t iijuy their t'Uura rexanlli
uf the iireai'iiii- of women or no on their
way muukoliwi, na they did liefuie
tiiokini; earn w ere prut Id.-.)
8lilt'll younn wumeii of Iteiiuvo. I'a..
Iiav orititnUeil the l-M.-l w eivt Social
Chili, tl'f pui'P,,,i''' of winch are to fur
IiIhIi elltertaluuii lit fur liiMled yoliliii
men. They have rticatfeil a eluli rvM.ui
and are arrauiilui: It lu a .1. I i;lilf nl
niaiiuer JuhI what the Initiatory rere
niunna will iinlt of the younjt la. lie
will not any. hut one of the girt hat
admitted that a kl and a hut (ball
l the uiword for all male inemlM'ra.
The younit woin'-n lm are the prime
inovera In the novel eaub diilnre their
ol.liwt la to get the y-ung lueu off the
lret roruera lurtu th wlulur, atiil,
lnaimifh a the Huh girla are all riretty
and fi t. -Muz, their ot.Jeet will dulitlea
! attained. I.ov.-iiiiik.iiK will Dot );
all. w i d under penalty of a flue. TIm
;mI( will darn hukV.ih and knit lull
tei.it f,,r the Imt tli latter. In
ord. r to he avail.il.le for nif mlxTslilp,
iniwt refrain from auiokiliK, elu-vtln
tiurarniy, wlih li la itiut S.'.'a'Kl. eoit
l.i Ht year a little over f lU.tauMKKJ,
whl.'h nu ?'ll'( a 11.11 11. Thin la rather
expi imlve, 114 rompareil with the coiit
of iiiuliitnliilhtf auldlera In Kiiru.e. Hut
It hhuiild he r.-iiieiiil red that our ineti
If.-t Ko.'d f.Hid. and that the coat of
lrnh.ortlhi! aohllera In a country that
la .'I.indi ii.II.'n wide and mllea
fruin north to m.iith U uliKhlly different
from the cie.t of KhlftluK men ahout In
a country no larger thiiii many of our
Mat.. The aohllepi depoltfd w ith the
Pjinater dui1iii the year f l3),.'l.'iH,
wl.l.-li la il.iliijf pretty well lu vmwt
inl.!n on fl.'l a inuiiili.
The well-know n ahrewdiifaa of Meiie
lik of Ahyit.tiii:ii In iiKalu 111a.lt; appar
ent lu IiIn ap.eal to the poe to Inter
vene In the depute iM'tHt-eii Ahylnla
11 lid Italy. The wily African moiuireli
hiiN ln-ateii the Itallnna hy force of anna
uud ettal.lihliMl the Integrity of hia
niiint ry, hut lie ktmwa elioiitfli of Knro-p.-an
illp..iiia. y to ap'iil to the head of
the ehur. il to take part III the Nettle
lu . lit of the tlouhle. IIU attitude from
Hie Hi" 1 of Hie war to the prctM-ut day
him in. IN ai. d a quality of atatcMinnii
hl, cotiihlucd with celier.iNlty, per
N.iiial hr.ivery and Kreat mlllliiry nkill,
coinpnruhle to any auch In evidence
The Supremo Court ileclalon uphold
ing the coiiMtltiitloniillty of the WTght
Irrigation law of Cnllfornla la of great
Importance to the arid region of the
Weil, nettling, aa It il.H-a, the right of
taxation for Irrigation purport", and
deciding the fate of about K'o.ixki.imhi
of Irrigation Ixiinla. The declalon will
give 11 treiiieiidoua lniM't tin to Irrigation
mid farming In Cullfurtila, tiregou,
Waihlligt.ili, New Mexico, Colunido
and Arizona, no. I the hmt five will mi
ilotibledly ..'i.n law iiiimIi-IiiI upon the
one which lint JilHt been HUNt.ilneil.
IiiIih -n w hlch hna practically Ih cii at
a Ntamlstill walling fur the aettleinetit
of HiIn iuchuii will a.Mtii feel the In
llllellce of the favorable (Iih'InIoii,
The perforuiauei.' uf um.'a duty, ea
pecially lu the cane of an otllrer of the
law, often bring uupleiiHant expert
cure, uud those of tin. late Judge
l'arkerof ArkanNii were peculiarly no.
lie pretldecl over the Culled Stiltea
court of the WcNtern iliatrlct of that
Stale and had criminal Jurisdiction
over Indian territory. 1 11 that time lie
fccutcnrfil ikl men to the gallowH mid
Ni nt over r.,(l men to the penitentiary.
The death Nciitciict'N averaged iiliimnt
eight a year. Coimlderlng the pn-Neiit
ulnle of la w Icnniich In the territory and
the cheapiien at which human life la
held there. It Would be lull-renting to
know what Judge Tarker'a Idea were
011 capital puulHliiiieiit a a deterrent
Intlueiice on crime.
I'ollowlug the lead ot ( lileago, n New
Y.nk thy guo.U bouse In nlmut to Mart
a little H.I. oul In ltd own preiulKcN
where the ciihIi gliU call i.l.lalu liiKtrue-
I i..i.x one or two hour every .lay, it
nlan lhu.se older one w In we early
h. In... ling bat been neglected. Ill one
of the large dry goods Ntol'i'N of Chicago
II day ami night n I100I h inalntaliie.l,
with n.uipetent teachera and all the
niudein acceiwoilea of a HrNt clas
school room, where the ciuplu) m uf the
sture are given free cdtical luii. In Mil
wuukee one of the greatest breweileN
i-onductN 11 school, library ami reading
room fur Its cinplo.vcN, w ho are over
1. 1,110.1 lu number. All I luce were cs
talillshiil ilesplle the pfutest of those
who said the advantage would never
be utlll.e.l. and all triumphed from the
outset. The H. huul compare favorably
with the best public school III the
city; the reading room I well patron
Ir.e.l. and the library 1 employed to lta
1'ruils In I al'r.i.tur.
lu spite of the latll ude and the Arctic
current, I.al.ra.lur, that almost iinln
haliltalde strip uf terrltury which He
to the liurtheiiMt of llrltlsh North Atuer-
I. a, Is the home of much Unit Is .lo
ll. Ions In the berry wtubl. Kveli the
outlying Islands furnish the cm lew l.. r
ry and bake apple lu profusion, and
upon the mainland In September and
part uf lictuberii veritable feast nwaltit
There an- three varlt'tlea uf the blue
Iterries, blacklH'rrles, wild red ctirrautH,
Inivlug 11 pungent, aromatic flavor, tin
cpiahil by the eultlvattsl varieties;
lnaih bellies, nispberrle, liny white
caplllalie tea Is'irleN, with a llavor like
some rail' perfuuie, and having Just a
faint NUggeetloli of w Inteigii-cti; s.piasti
berrle, pear Imm i Ics and curlew bcrrlitt,
the latter not so grateful a the others,
but a prime fa ui lie with the Kskl-
II. . . vt ho prefer them to almost any
other; and lastly, the typical Labrador
fruit which. cXiTptlng a few acatter
Ing plants In Canada and Newfound
land. In found now here else outside the
peninsula the gorgcotui Lake apple.
These inter the entire ivast from the
St. l-awtvnci' to I'ngiiva. Their lsau
1 1 flit geranium like leave struggle with
the rcln.l.vr moss upon ll., 1st mds, mr
pct alike the low alle in, I the high
est blllioM. uud eM'ii peep fr.un hiiuka
of eveilasiing miuw. Only one berry
grow upuii .stcli plant, hut thla one
inak.it n must .leli. -Ions mouthful. It
I the nine and form of a large ras
berry, but the color la a brlgl.t iTimnon
when half ripe, and a golden yellow
when matured. It taate ia awi-etly
acld. - Toronto lilolsv
The Mcvl.Mna have a itieer nay of
t.urj lug the dead. The nni ta tightly
wrapssl In n'litury plant matting, and
pla..sl In a iMthn h'.rsxl for als.ut a alill
ling Hue or two uatlvea, aa the cn.
may ts, pla.v the icMlu on their hea.U
and go at a trot to the grave, where the
tssly la Interred, and the tvfflu la theu
retunie.1. The wealthy olaaa uas the
tram car a hearsca, and tha frteud
follow IstiSile the car iu f.it.
Mublerraneaa 1 eniperalure.
It la i-t.iliuat.sj that the temperatuise
of the earth at a depth of '.l! mile la
not lea thau S,UJ ilegret Kahrvu.
The tun hna t-pt awn)- the nittlit.
And all the eal-rii ky nitl'i
With golden rloinla and r.y light
Hay to the unking world helow,
i AIoe the l.rnn. hlng nuiilit trp
The curling kinoke wr.nili floats afar
Ih-fore diiiuilviiig In the hret-H''.
And aignulit to the lnt dim tar,
The IjuttiT.-uj.a and dainiea fair.
That nod and hi.cr in the breeze,
I(i-.ent the milntation tin-re,
j And iiiuriiuir to their f ri-nl, the b-e.
I liood ui'iriiiiig.
The Hong bird inging In the grove
Han turii.-.l lii voi.e hia mate to greet,
' And, waking her w ith thought of love.
I King ten.lerl)', In wood note tweet,
i (jood 1110 ruing,
The modcM wild roe of the rule.
! It fare turned tip toward the iiky,
i H.iimU perfume on the miminer gale,
j And breath.- to all with fragrant ig!i
I ;.l inoriiiiig.
Acro the mend from flow'r to flow'r,
' The bulterlly in color rare,
Kill on, unmindful of the hour,
1 And a, wiili inoKt e...inttili air.
j tio.nl morning.
! And o from tnendotv and from hill,
1 r'rom piininit breee and ghiie iiig rny,
Kroiii ne.r ghiile and rippling rill.
1 Come borne to ine a bright and gay
I (! I morning.
Thotnaa K. (Hut, in the riiilndel.hia
A SMALL DKI'OSITOU.
The bank pn-sideiit walking down
the Ntieet In the morning sunshine was
iorlly in llguie and leisurely In bear
lug. Id nut kindly lu face and man
lier. He wa u Nelf-iuade man, and a
particularly suci-ssful one, but he had
not forgotten hard knocks, cold ehoiil
tiers, and other forlorn comlltloiiit be
longing to self milking, lie did a re-!-11I11
r cash business 011 the Mr.-ct apple
elated only l.y himself uud certain
youthful venders of paper, lie howr
made change with small newsboy, lie
had a ooft principled belief lu casing
up biisiiicM matters for youngsters who
gel up nt live lu tin' morning, ra.u or
shine, heal or cold, to sell paper. It
had bet 11 said though the bank presi
dent hud licw-r coitft scd to such uu
bilslues like lu.-llloils lli.it he made
, iiniciiiuiif rnllvc loans of .piai tets lira
"lin k wa tlon 11," and the streets par
tl. -nl. nly cold and l. y. and h...it' face
blue and piu.ii.-d. lie hail 11 tlus.ry
that hut meals belpul lads to endure
the cold. Me rcll.ellilicr.d his baked
Is-an and coffee.
'I he twi 11k president waa .loop In
thought Ihl morning over business
matter Involving thousand.
I low 11 the street, mi the alert fur
auinelhltig or some one, si.s.d a news
Im.v, not even the average In s!.e and
vlgur. IIU oluihcs were pour, his face
thin, yet a plu. k. liule air uf pr.per
II. V sat on him. He looked cheerful he
wa cheerful for be whlsih. I, nut as
one docs tu keep up his spirits, but
from lightness of heart. 1 iccislonally
he Jiiigl.il some coins lu his pocket and
Hil led. Kspy lug the bank president lie
rushed ton aid 111 lit.
".Moiulug paper';" 1111. 1 the boy hand
til one out With the Mire ivtitldcucf of
acceptance. The bank president was a
regular ciifdoincr. The transfer of
lllckel alld paper Iliad.', li e little fellow
-a mere baby to be working for bis
living said: "You keep money f.r
folks, don't ye?"
"Ye, my little man, why?"
"Will je keep some fer ineV- this
aald very eagerly.
"Want to open a bank a mi';"
ipicrlcil the 111:1 ii. looking .piizU ally into
the child's expectant face.
"If that' w hat ye call It. Will ye
keep It for inc .'" tpiest ione.1 the Imy.
" You're rather a small customer, but
guess you'll do." remarked the banker;
fur a certain s.. linos under the left side
of his i.ictvoat front made hav.s' with
hi sense of the unfitness uf this child
So, down ti c stni't the iiewslsiy and
banker walked, the latter .sldly Inter
cstcd lu this small waif who thought
him 11 safe keeper of n tiewshov' cap
The teller's window separating them,
business alTalrs began.
" our name'.'" and the bank president
l.h.ked over his gold limmcd eve gl;isrfivt
with an air uf formality tpiile depress
ing to the lsy, standing on tiptoe tu
see and lo be seen,
".l.nn.n llanua," he answered v.-ry
" The amount you wish to depus't?"
the voice very business like
The youngster suddenly felt th ag
untitle uf his re.uest and the liusnlll
cieu.y of bis lliiaiict-s. raltcringh .
with the weight uf his audacity Us.n
him, he replied, "Seventeen ivnis." ,,
a tll. ker uf a smile came lo Hi,, bank
president fa.v. The lad felt reassur
ed, tiravely the certltlcate of dcswlt
wa made out nn.l the little fellow
handed over t wo nickel and seveu is n
tile. "Uy the way." said the bank presi
dent, looking down from hi KlM,)
height Us.n the tiny, br-ght faced boy,
eear.io ng fur an uudilapld.iinl p.n ket
In which tu put the pin ions .bs-niiient
that guaranteed his worldly wealih,
"We pay people for the us,. (,f the r
money. Call again In we, k. and I'll
Increase your .1. pus t by a th e,"
The child's f lee beaunil. "If have
hick. 1 11 1'i iiig some other money, too."
he proudly s.i .1
"lloe jou will." answertil the big
"Interest, ng depositor, that," he tv
1nark.1l, as the child trudged out. "May
be a Is. tlur to en.inirage him. WvK
couldn't six.il l;,s pleasure."
Then the btitk pres. .but Isga oil
we'ghty matters, hnt more than eti.v
that day he amilnl and thought, "
bo.vlsh prank for two, but hWs me
how could I refuse two nickels, seven
pennies, and It's cullde u.-v m me. I ll
make his bank deis.it grow. I'.lcss the
Utile chap! i4e sinall.vst, pluck. tut de
p, lor I ev er had "
The bank pti sldeiit tm.k his ii.nstltu
tlnn.1l 111 the f.irvu.s.ii Me eutensl h's
cull' when In 11 k 11 g honnt Were over
When' .1 broad avenue curve. I abruptly
rmn.l a little park, the carriage etop
peil. A Jam of people, cars and vehlclea
bl.h k.il the way. The bank prmldeu:
let down bla carriage w'.adow to get. If
p-iss!!,!... aotl.e knvhilg" of the troU
bi.'. Me beaid It .r.-.i.My fiutn a roiig'i
mail wlnapoke with mi uiis-imui
... ... , .a, .l..r the 1 jhie
. . ... ....1....
car. It ...ak- fi ller weak ., a-e
I"1""- ... ,,
The bank president felt U slcs k. II
mind had lU.'ll on m-wsle-ya nin" "
that day. (
"Wait here." be till ) t' hi b.'"
coach man, and .!ui. ,'iig through t.i.
crowd, for.e.l his vv..yuti unt.l h- reach
e. tl.e limit which p-licfii.. a'a l""r
malutaliusl. Th.-r.- lie ' aught a gimp
of a small form, but he " !"-nrd .1
vol.i' hhrill and . 1.- .-ri -: 1 ')': ' I " 11
yer .lon't yer try to .lr..g u- o.r. "J
ralMf that car u "
ri. ic.i.k i.:v. i-tit f';.r.-d !." k'"'w
that voice. He t.-.ed agi.il -face.
1..-L. u s IIi; ry . for
od's alike:" the people .rid. 01. ! men. who
boasted of their s'r-i.g''i. I'-1'1 t'
white 11 the ch.ld' f 1 " '1""' 1'"!''
b.Mly lay pinii.-d .lovvii l-y ti.al gr.at
The little fellow p'i'ed out clear and
strong again: "My ii.iim- ""'
11a. I want my 11 1. She l.v-- at - the
bank president ...-t t: - r' -t II
the eye of a policeman
'Just let III.'
1., h III. I km
The grim i.:iec:i, ui
d 11 pa'h.
Next moment :. brnk president vv 11s
kneeling by tl eh i I. a pity and a ten-
derti. ss upon ti s 1 , ,- tinit mad.' the
pin. ky small 1.1 break and .ay: "Vm
awful gl o it's von. I wan' 11 y ma "
"An I you shall have ln-r. !. my !"'.
I'll f.-i.-h In-r. K. . up vo ir gr t. Ib re
come th.- Jitl k s' r. vvs.''
. . ,
II.. wrote down the inhlrnss ami 11 in
but the child's hand pilb.-d
lit l.l-ii II
kn.-lt eh.se ly the l,"le
to tell ma I ain't hurt
plucl.ily he said,
her..:" thought lie man.
Th.. aii '.ulauc
maiigl'-d little 1
stood vvairiig f..r th"
ly. The l ink pr.-l-
I ddit note I Sr.
i "i h.-leil he no time to lose," he "aid.
I under h - breath. "The child vv .11 il.e
I fl-olil tin- lli'-le shock."
! He g ive his older iiuh'kly. clearly.
! The I. I.i. k face under the t ill hat r.- some novel and resting In a languid
! s,n.. .1 vvi'li a smile 1111. 1 vviih the stupor with fan nn.l smelling Untie?
I hearty word-: "I'll fot.h y..ii. sill." What In. .nil (iber I Instilled Into 11
The bank pre. blent never h id felt J..y child vv ho sc. his mother ulily n she
1 before in Lis il.-. t horses. t,r in the tills before hint between morning call.
; d.-Mi-rotis ilr.v .ng "f bla-k Abe, but j luncheons, meetings, lea, drives, din
'now! that nu-t in 1 1 1 1 1 1 of otic small tier and theater parties?. What does
1 h.ld collld be r.-paid.
lie found the mother and told tin
lidellt lis ee,;v
t.HI Usui to Sol
looked so J.iilli.-
ill. I. She was
cry ..lit. She
mother '.f tiie
.o sad a face.
: to b.- th.
U.v ; s i v .
Tl.e man's heart felt a sudden wrath,
that she must suffer yet again. j
When llic.v ariivnl at the great bus- !
pllal the lii'l" f. liovv lay ipi le slill lu
1 his while bed. He gave a . ry ..f J..y
, when th.-y came ill. The 111. .'h.-r gave ,
! ..lie si 1 10! h.-it .1 sob. Was t l:is h. f b..y ?
j This pit. fill, vv liile, dentil piti -hed face? j
lie put his arms around lis mother's
tic k, kiss.sl lovingly the tears away. I
saving with a brave sh, v of cheer:
"Now. 111:1. ilch't cry. I a. 11 i hurt much. 1
I don't feel hardly any p.-in I wasn't '
careless. I tried to oej out ,,f th,. way i
..r . lie car and the other ra-iin: around j
the coi ner km. kc. me .1 .vv 11 " ,
The bank i resident gr...imi b.-for.
the thought. Now ..;;.. rs had .l. nouilc
ed a gross n. gl.-. t r -x that spot
And now, this plu l.y. small ,ei
I uf his must I..- the v.c'hn. Shame on
I the cowardly t-rimiial ii. gle. t of city
and cahl iiipany
The mother sat beside the betl, her
Imiv's band clos,. to h. rs. The little
fellow spoke ipiile strongly:
"It was a U.s day for papers. I'd
sold 'em alino.t ail. 1 say. ma, yon
don't know how swell I be." ,. glanc
ed at the bank pr.-s.d.-nt with a wan
smile, ".lust wait till I get well again.
I'm going to take care of you because
.a - "
A sense of horror check. -d h!m. Tht
trouble that scut him. a little fellow, out
upon the sire, t tu earn his p.-nni.-s If he
imiiI.I; that made the mother feel her
only hope was 111 her sou; was 1.011,1
thing to bear silently. Keep down sad
coiiuneia on jour honor, little dying
boy. Hear bravely y..Ur hard loss ,.f
shielding and of happiness. Make no
complaint. There luav U other thing
than cable cars tl.al mangle a fluids
life, but these. 11 cli,:, I, are vour own.
Hot 11 great c.iy V car.-;
The voice was not so strong, but Just
a brave, when, after a short .s.l, nee, it
"I want my .wit, ma. W here's my
The nurse laid it across the mother
The child tried to s't up. but failed.
The Voice said eagerly ;
"1 want to show ,,u something In
the H.. ket, ma. I he banker there, he
The little lingers. t,,,w so blue and
chill, nfier some . ii oris, found it a l.t-
tlc folded paper, so white, so utterly
nnhanu.il that its cotuplct, .,,, niad'e
mote terrible the tact of the dear child's
b... l.v now so torn,
"lo ad it, ma. read It."
I he tears were blind. ng her.
could not r.-ad.
"Now. n a. don't cry. I am't
mil. 11 on ask the doctor- there."
The ,... w as grow ,ug wei.k. r
"I've got ..,ue inoiicv In tile K,nk.
I'm a dopes-tor, I'm sav lug It for y..u."
That eng. r. loving f u e si.pjml from
the bank pros delil' s ght. He .s
1.1s cvoi. II,. iiirned as .le. r..;, f,,r t
moment upon a slip uf pi r. u. 0 la ,
It wult t'. other upon t'. u.-tWr'
lap. It b.-ie il,e sait.e an, all u, Vr
sevi nt, en in, reihtosj ( tWsiM-it i
The vS. !, fce tK. pi'.i.w ,l , ,.
11:1. b ii'-l tw Th- ,1.0 tutacl
w t I .1 lm.! to the . -r..ng man
The little v .i.v .vis .pi.te weak now,
bill .pi.te ooim-.i go,o,ls:
"1 a n t bur: mm but If 1 ,l,,ni s:,uw
Up next week to get Halt five, 1 V .s'.l -
uu'd give it to my n.a." O
"I'll do it. my tlear Is.y."
The wati foe brighten, ,1. 1 ,-;,.,,
said l.i!s.r.sl!y. as If in explanation.
"I'm trying to l.s.k out for ui.i-you
Itrave little heart: to work, to love to
So short, so sad .1 life. So p i.ful a
il.iith. Yet neither Q .pi;;,, unavail
ing. It ton. li.il the fatherhood f
great city to have a l.t-i,. uewslsv
trampM ''. It nun Welled wilu r,I.
iuore a railwa; ouriKit, ;:.- Luow
,.a k. i Hied. And al-
- tl.e plUdiy ..t
1 " s'ri.riif
of l.rawu a"J """
1... .innerutia curve.
: . - - - . , t.urve,
. law. guarded the datlfccru"
,.kiiJ out for that first
. - f(.oW ou, ,u
. : ....,..,...., l.e atreet: the wrong ma.
. WOIN .1,,1-erat 1.! filth
'll"" . I ...
the wrong that uni'ie u....
l.ave I r
1..11...S :.iu nisirer uoi... .
.1... 11 rol.L' tli.lt lll.lde ti 1 III
. little tuan!-
-rv.uh.sol.tav. ly. t- "take care of ma-
was this wrong Unit totKUci w-
Iti l .'tiatiuli uf th" man n
s brighter tini'st: inn' " "
f vo ce and nai asaios.
.. ....... ,.f .he .l.lootl.
Suiiietlmes. W hell
,...t;.,n.sl for h - z.-al. he mane rep.y.
-I am doing It f-r n depositor -the
s-',:i!.-st. .lcklest, tn.wt 'W-erful tb-
i.r 1 ever had. He tried III hi
.:i. .ill way to right tin' wrong.
well !;. d .-I."- ntpl.aii"- Haii'l1"'''
A MAN'S GREATEST HELP.
The lle.t Thhw In All the World la
lo Have Had a Hood Mother.
Noting the tendency of mother to ea
cape tl.e care and responsibility of
training th-lr ..u children, resorting
to niiti.-s. gov.-ri s, kindergartens.
ei.-., IMward W. I'.ok, In th- Ladies'
Moi'i.e .lotirnal. vigorously contends
that woman should consider her Cod
given duties" to h.-r children vastly
( .,,..,., , every "claim" that can
h ,,,.,,1,, n JM ,tl her time. "It I one of
i , ,,.,,.fu tcnd.'hcl.-M of the
J t. ...' writes Mr. Ib.k. "that young
! ehildn n are placed so much mid no ell-
j ,;.-,.iy the hands of nuts'", and so far
- ,U;IV ft-.,m their mothers. I do not
! i Link that women exactly realize what
1 . . t ..
j t!. , ai !v teaching and llinucuees 01 a
j in.-t !n-r in. aii
1 reiui.-s y.-ars
vv ! 1 i - ti a buy
to a mini when he
..f maturity. The time
spend nt hi mother'
j ki.'-e Is never forgotten l.y tn an.
11. ir monility Is learned there. ur
.ii.iri. iors are funned there. We are
nest Impi iutiable when wonre In n
I stage of absolute depend.'!! Iputl
'..th.-r. What surt of a recollection I
I It f..r 11 man to ....k back to a line of
: ii'irsc or governesses' What moral
sMiiuliis do. s he r ive from tin- rec
oil, -cfbiii of a ninth, r Inevitably reading
a l.-.v l.-aru at the knee of a nurse?
IV I'crhnps. Hut Just ti often lie
' I arils that which Is not good.
' Many a man has sin.nl nt the furks of
I th" road In his life, brokeii-liearted and
perplexed, only to have hi mother's
vvoids. uttered to him when a child,
...me before him nn.l point him the
way. It Is then that he realizes that
the b. st thing III the world to n man I
lo have had a good mother, watchful,
tender u n. I anxious, a only n mother
. .Hi be wln-re her child Is concerned. Ill ,
those supreme moments the lesson
taught not by the nurse, not by a
stranger, not nt the kindergarten, but
at the mother' knee becomes a pre
cious recollection ami n benediction. It
moans then a man's salvation. And In
that quid moment a man thinks of n
good mother as he never thinks of any
other woman. A look of tetidernes
comes into Ids eyes, a feeling of soft
ness creeps into his heart, nn.l the atti
tude of Ids earliest Infamy imuics to
him as. u ns.-iuusly, he nok upward '
ami breathes to himself the most pre
tiuiis of all vvur.ls: 'Mother.' It re
main for the mother of to-day to tie- '
termiiie how much that word will mean
tu the im n uf to iiiurruvv."
It I always pleasant to see the wife
i of a public man placing her solicitude
i l..r hi. personal well being aUiv.. h..r
pleasure lu his advancement. It s nald
that Mm. Palmer, the wife of the Illi
nois Senator, no longer young, who
was nominated for the Presidency nt
Indianapolis, was tpilte opposed to' the
choice of h.-r husband for this honor.
She was afraid that the strain It would
put upon him might break down his
After the nomination I!U K,,,n nM
! Senator Palmer returii.il to the hotel
where Mrs. Pulmer cnine out to lueel
' Well, madam." wild the Senntnr,
slmkipg her hand warmly, "what do
"John," she said. "I ll bet you haveu't
had a bit of lunch. You come with tne
l" the dining r.sun this minute!''
They marched ufT to luncheon with
no further talk.
Hlf Cotton Presses.
I if the many cotton presses which'
were In operation In New Orleans sixty 1
v. iis ago the two principal on, were
the I.eveo cotton press mid the Orleans !
cotton pros. They were large nnd
tnuss.ve buildings, each occupying, like
most ,,f the utliers, a s,,,miv of groumi
I he l.cv .i' cotton press waa built lu
is::1 by a company u...,rI1K ,)l0 Mme
name at n cost f S...10.0,,,. ,, WM ,wo
stoii.-s In tg Ii. It compressd ,,,.
bales f cott.m .1 year. The Orleim',
press, also fronting 0 u,,, rVpr w.
cupi.-d an nivn f Cg frt.t lv 30S Ule
building nearly cuverlng the whole
space, i hi pr. ss, which wa U-guu la
Kk". and complete,! lsCli 0,f
"s'..ii. pr.ss.,1 about rsltsm
t ales p,.r .iiiuuiu. and timid store r.t.'
Ule of n.ttou. It, iminen. len'r'h
we It a very lm.srf s,,.,,
I rt'Ui (iw. rtTrr.
t'tva ,-4 the pecul.aritie of Prof
.r. Usury :. . ,ms '
H. faculty of Johns Hopkins l'u.
t ty tor.-tt.rn . Ki.gland. was early 1
t.lpiaj I in the bu I bv in ns- .
' , , L" 1 " an Bi'i'verent
"t, a. ''"nthepror,ssr(.;ullt,t
""I'-rtant ,,oim i hi!l KvUl ,
' '; f -iviat.ug It to ll!s MJU
.h'.uverl..uim. aunouticing every pom-
'.I I""'; ;'. .' us ng ,e Vllmse
r '"' l"'n ..1 at t ,
' end of a
"1 that of
Ir e!!y rev ievv ilig;
of the prev lolls lecture.
,:'y the point
"Ah. Mr. p-
" ll" a;,. one dav
'li to ILi Ito .... .. '
suoruv a ;;er Cour.tlg to IL.I.;.,
.v"i.cllu,etl,elavvst;h gl "
stig vis t dd.iy ."
1 ne reply came: "Pull
Alter t...lt th,. l-.f,.
s'r rarely u,e.
a man Is oh-
Clever at -t,,.!., ...
grocery store an I 1., "l
lunch.;, he ... ... . .. ' r1 free
t S't hi
ntle llnried l7 an.l "torm.
g,eu HfJiu. Hie Norweli... traveler
dlacuvered on tl-e uortl. Me o
.... .. 1 .... i .f,.li,s. nnd lu the edk''
of the great desert of H-.M. the ruin
of town which lie think weie u...--by
aatidstortna about '' ''M n.f"'
The largest town wa nearly two mile
BUd a half Iot.it. ami a canal connected
It and the Niirrouiidliu foiintry yitu
the Kerijl lilver. The h..Ue had
walls of plaited reeds ct.vere.l with
mud and then oatd with ulll,u I'1"
tcr. nnd on theae plater wull were
well-execiitcl piillitlng f
mill nnd tlower. I'uplar. nprt'ut
and plum tree l.nd evidently llotirlsb.'d
there before the Invasion of the sand.
W'nap Defend Cowa.
A rorrespotiilelit of the Irish Natural
ist tlmciibc n curlmia m-eue which he
witnessed while winching hia cow In
the tiel.l. He noticed many vvnsp buz
zing around the cows, and im'U mop
ping to observe what they were nhoiit
he found that they were catching mid
killing tile. A white cow In partlc uhir
itttr.n'tc.1 the wasp apparently because
they could so enslly act! the (Ilea that
nllghtetl upon It. They Invnrlnhly hit
off the wing, sometime the leg, nntl
occasionally the heads of the file, nn.l
curried the bodies nwny. probably to
feed their larvae. Three or four hun
dred tile were thus caught In about
twenty minutes from the backs of two
Kilrnre and Great Cltk.
Piufessur llrewer, of Yule Culver
alty. In a recent nddres culled nttcn
tlo'n to the Interesting fact that at the
beginning of this century not n hingle
city lu Christendom had so many 11 a
1111111011 Inhabitant. In ll Paris hud
.MStMst, 11 ml In iwil London had S'M.
nun. Croat cities could tint exist then
ns the advance of science lin cunblcd
them to exist to day. Science has help
ed the cities not only hy coiniucritig
pestilence, nnd teatiiliig the laws of
health, but by enabling tliein to draw
their supplies from Hie remotest quar
ter of the earth. Instead of being; de
pendent for fond, 11 was the case nt
the opening of tl.e century, upon the
region of country Immediately sur
The II iKlir.it Clou. Is.
I luring the past year a committee of
the llritlsli Association for the Ad
vancement of Science ll.'is been engag
ed In measuring the height of cloud
with the aid of . holography. Simul
taneous pictures of ti cloud nre made
by two camera placed tUsi feet npart
and connected by telegraph wire.
I'rolil the iimolltlt of displacement of
the cloud caused by viewing It alter
nately from each end of the tim-fout
base-line. It height cat! be calculated.
Some of the "mackerel-sky" clouds
photographed were seven and n quarter
miles high. The loftiest clouds whose
elevation was tliu 11.easur.1l belonged
to the type known ns cirrus or "cuti
cliunl." the height being a little more
than seventeen miles.
Measuring lta Own Velocity.
lly menu of an electrical device ex
perimenter., acting fur the I' tilted
States Hoard of Ordnance, have recent
ly succeeded In obtaining photographic
records of tl.e motion uf a projectile
while yet inside tl.e Uire of a caution.
The projectile carries n rod of wood
attached to its front end. and copper
lings, encircling this rod nt (lxed In
tervals, slice 'ssively form elect rlc cull
tacts 11. the rod Is driven from tl.,. Kmi.
Knch of these contact produces nil
nutoinatlc record 011 n photographic
plate. The Scientific American, in tle
sciibli.K the apparatus nnd experi
ments, says that tl.e shortest distance
traveled by the projectile between two
successive records wns 3." centimeters,
which Is a little less than nn Inch nnd
a half, and that some of the time Inter
vals betvvveii the records were only olio
two-thousandth of n second.
Seeing a Hose Grow,
All Ingenious Kretichn.nn tins mi,;.
gcste.1 a way In which a roue, or other
flower, could be caused to nppenr grow
ing nnd unfolding In the presence of n
roomful f spectators. H0 proposes to
employ the klnematoscope, n magic
lantern so arranged ns to produce mov
lug figures on a screen by mentis of n
series of photographs of living objects,
each successive photograph having
heeu taken only a small fraction of
second later tlinn It Immediate prede
cessor. Hut f..r the proposed new np
pllcation of this Instrument the photo
graphs need nut be made so ne-tr to
gether, since they nre to represent
changes which require several months
for their development. lteglnt.ing
with the tint nppearnnce of the bud
everal thousand photographs 0f '
growing r.w re to be taken. Just m-ir
c.e.ufl, together so that th,. el.nngo of
ortllin thetlnwerlsnlmns, hnpen-ep ,
." Umil ' """'tied its comp ete
'I'hm... and then ha, fa,lod ,, f ,,
to 1"7,' l-tograph. b, g
Passed as .,-an,p,rencie., In mpUl su t
v.- siun thtvngl, the ki,,,.,,,,,',,,,,,, ,
here would appear up,,,, ,he ,,'reen i'
Igure of a ruse visibly budding, grow
I'lK- opening, spreading Its t,eu , ,
Process occupy,,,, ;,ul ' ft v u!u, 1
.iy other iipplieations ,pf ,hi " T
l" rv'l-resentatiou 0 'gSS
objects are suggested. roiUg
(..n..r..l Mil... 1
" .".ics nns recenttr -
.He fur,ifyi,,s ' "iui ;
our seaports ami
ne of tliese i Kl,rt Zr
s.atids at fhu ,,...1.. .
Pn.i. I he mentioning 0f thl
forgotten old f..rt . "s
..., : . neer
"u s iteginning, an,
. ' " l"'i at the entr-i
I-e Champlaln. ,, work wis
'u tort Xluntgomerv. ag
'ti trance to
" f work ha,
rnitea piaiea irora cunada. Tort
i..t. tied and u aurver th,i .. . l
the work wiu torn down. Late"
was ascertained thut tiart ..
r ilo noat were atlll no.. ... ..
line, . 0 h' - . BI IliaiJu n-...
Kugllali (iovertiiiietit. wiilelj g,t
the fulled Stiltea that part built J
nntl the outline of the old fort Ws,
pietcd, but us these mlslak,, '
caus.il so liiuch trouble the p,,,,
lib kniimcd "Fort JUuiidcr " u-,..t '
II.... t ,. dirri.ii.n.i.il ... .
stotpeil 011 the old post ut tl.e j,n. vk
out of the lute war, ami Nlu e ti,,,'!'
1 lo.j li.i.ft niiitop ..I.......
" - ; "l.e or ia
Iiauce "ei (f'-iiiii. noon work rUi 1
I on, I If II... r. .
"""" - """"'lenuatloiu
tb'iicnil .Mllea are curiie.l ou,
uost will lie converted Into .... . 1
mid most atrungly armed tot u.
cotiniry, us It la the lntem(,n 0(
ieiieral to huve a large utiinberofs
Lirgcst guns mndu l.y our onliiaBf..
.iu inii u, ."I'.u.oi in,., eiiirauee of
lake on which, a few mil,
l.sated I'luttshurg Hurrinks
...,........ ,.H,.I,...I It
1 Vlift ft
the most liiiportnnt posts on UUrr
.ll.,n fM...,ll..r r'l,.,.
ll.uu ,,vu... ,. vm. IIIIIIIll r.lKIDlfjj
Archibald Forbes, the fatnom ti
coircspoiiili'iit, oui-e told nu atuu,.
story connected with a lecture r'
he tlcllvered at West Chester ttJ'
viiulii. u arrlvltijf at the tutloa'
mat pmcu a uegro iiackmao pn.
rorwaru. aim ouereu Ills service,
taKe ine ici-iurer io tne Uotel. (,,.
riving at ma iicsuniii.on. jr
asked tne niicKiiian what his farti,,
kieii, huh, replied the negro, r
a coinprelieiislve grin. "If you'd K
glh me a ticket to de lecture, sab, fr,
nil i asK, auu 1 u tie right glad tos
"Why, rortiillily," replied Mr. Fort,
feeling that here, Indeed, was id t
expected trlhiitp; "P1I give you otif;t;
linven't you a tulssls'."
"Yes, sah," wns the prompt nfr
"I's got a iiiImhIs."
"Well, you shall have one for br
too, tuild the lecturer, who fortht.
reilttested his ngeut to hund the u
the tickets. That evening he look,
about the tin 11 for his colored ijiaiiy
but saw nothing of lilm. The tn
inornlng, on ordering a hack to jot.
the station, he discovered that tl-
vehicle was driven liy the sainenu
"I didn't we you nt the lecture lu
night." said Mr. Forbes.
"No. sah." replied the dnrky, fruit;
"1 wns not dar."
"Hut I gave you tickets for yount
nntl your wife," ald Mr. Forbt k
"Yes. sah," returned the hackm
with one of his broadest suillej; It
you see n.e and my missis don't bx.
much about lectures, sah, and t
thought we'd rather hah tie rash;:
done sold deiu tickets for a dollar, it"
pcitn Stanley actually suffered fnc
listening to music, nntl yet Jenny Li)
once told Max Muller he paid her ft
highest compliment she had ever
reived. Stanley wns very fond of k.
ny l.lntl, hut when she stayed it b
father's pnhioe nt Norwich, lie aim;
left the room when she sang. If.
evening Jenny I.lnd hail been tdng:
Ilandel'M "I know that my Itedtw
liveili." Stanley, ns usual, had li'ft-
rooiu, but he came buck after the nil)
wa over, anil came shyly up to Jet:
"You know." he said, "1 Jil
music; I (lon't know what people tut
by admiring It. 1 am very stupid. ti-
tleaf, a others are color-bllud. Ba:
he saltl witli some warmth, "to-n';
when from a distance 1 heard youty
lug that song. 1 hud nn inkling of J
pt'ople men 11 bv music. Soineth.
came over ine which 1 had never ff
before; or, ves, I had felt it once Ma
in my life." Jenny Und was all if
tlon. "So, no year ago," he contitw-
"I was at Vienna, and one evening t'
was a tattoo before the mlaee
formed by -UHl drunimers. I felt itii
en, ami tn-ulght, while listening toj'
singing, the same feeling came
me: I felt deeiily moved
"Hear man," she added. "I knir
nieiiut It, and a more honest rouipllx:
I never received lu nil my lift'
An HflW'livo ltetort.
Few things nre more useful toip'-
lie speaker than readiness lu turn,;
ItitoiTiintlon to his own a.lvjMf
Kven the nrearlier can profit 1J H
Is shown in a story told of the In""'
lr. John H. McFerrau lu tlie(
In closing n speech nt a mlwlof
anniversary at Jncksotiport, Arka
l V.it, he stntiil that otice he wasi
Ingly timid when called upon to tin
collection, hut that lie had learn"
take the shirk by the throat and
"Pay ine that thou owest
.Inst then a nmn sum? OUt. "
heard It said that they would P"'
vour toiolwloii.i 'And till)
This emnlo.l n lntiL'h: but til''
Stood all. .nl X tear stole ll"" '
check- and tn n ii1i.1iiih1 tone be
the pause: ,
"Io von know whnt I told them
said, 'If you'll ndd the rest of the"''
"nnd was carried by the angels wl"
ham's bostoiii." I wouldn't care
Tho effti't nu electric: limnfT B
into the treasury, and shouts ia,i"
Saved by 111 Kit.
The Veil- Vovlr Veil s lirilltS
a boy twelve years of age. named Jl
(rimes, who went on tlie nK"
nnartnietit l.oiw.. where he lived 18
a kite. He sw ung the kite over ttw"
of the house, and started on r
ward the front to give the kit f
Tim Hi., .,,..,,,1 ..mcefulLV UP
but James, In his excitement, W
nhllllt tilt AtU.n.illr afltl'l ft. nnd 'u'
Into it. He shot downward tn"
space, a distance of almost tiny
When tho people reached 'lie
tliev f.o,.,.l il... I.oi- llnc.lnS'l',l"
the kite tugging at the strln FV,
In his tightly shut hand. A
.......1.. 1 who if'
...... ..i -h.sk tli '
111.11 in nun 1 fit rv .
Una Itiklnlt.J 11 PpvIVIHI
U II I II J ill Wit v -
was walking a Unit the r."'t-
The doctor expressed iirprlw u
....... . , .leotfc "
s escape iroin i..si..ij -
n,s..,..t,i.l f.. It it file theory I1
ll' 'UIIIH1I VM 11 ,
pulling of the kite broke his f4'1
V ., 1.. ... .,.., I, loss HlSt
date will not treat him witn t
"s.u i or ao-,a:ug
V. 1.. ....i.w.lel.t tt
' J nuiliuu IS l.""l - ' -T
the klu question; she Is b-10 "