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TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 1906.
M'TII,' UflllIIVi ACTM1MAV A CIV ill 1 A nilliYlfVV
I 1117 iU llii 1 f ilk? I IVlilili JiilMIliai uiiimuiii
By ASH A At H AM) LAMPS
l i'l'lHu'il, I'll Mrt'lurr, il(MM .1 (Vi.
Kiilu liml lii'i'ii on Iln wharf kIiu'i'
ilnwii. VA'tcii tin' Iiik, li'lliiirlr Mini
I ii ii rt it nt fur tin' lumor if Ih IiikIiik "1"
IiIn i'ltli't', lnlil rii'llllli'il lion rm ly imtomh
(lie ililililli'l Mini lllliliT tin- ImWH of Hit.
Millli'lllirlll, I u V H t " f 1 1 ' i m , fiirliiililltiK, her
rii imiiiiiIuM fniitii'lN nIiiiiHiiu ii tint
yllnti'iilUl( hhn, l' Imil fnllnwi'il 1 1 it
Willi ulnilnlinj !!. WIh-ii nIh him
tll'll lull U Willi llll III'!' Ml'UllI, II MlllllK'V
if fuitiu ill Iht 'inn mill her iliilin
glriiuiliiK wnr liiilli'liiiM, mi emotion
Kri'v IIk' within lilin iiinl ihi'ii wan a
iiiInI In hU kIiiiiii' Hint m cpl lln port
if 1 1 1 ! w I til 1 1. NlrrtrliiMK nluiiK llii' llui'
if ciirllni; nurllit iiiiiI up tlin nUUfl of
thii k nn''ii iiiiMiiiinlii
II Imil nil liiiiiiliil In "lint m-cmiM
l Hi'i oinl of time He liml hern IunnIiik
IhiiixiiU from lil (M-rrh m n lli-r of
Kinkiil mitf ir im On iiik rami nlotiK
uhle, mill hi prim wiim trim' erred to
lln tciiviTinir'ii nIiIiiImk riiriinui-, llm
mimic, Hit Itnu licni'lliU MhmiI children,
the hli flinl liln prince tlnicllntf thrmiKh
liU IiIimmI in lmiiy, chilly rlpl 'limn
n firework ImiihIi IhhI i iplixliil under
tlif itovrninr'H lnm
The mpiTiir'-i rnll for troop on tlto
t&vluK war InillftliiN, Itic henrtrend
luit vUlmi of Jnpnii which tlu occasion
evoked Jnpnn, rainbow hucd. flower
nc'iiti"t. nun In llii i;looi" of iliipir
lit i coiinVt, th' careworn lUiire of IiIn
irlnc- fnnh from tin- iliUk of the fight
for Ihl finlmixv, iiprlittil and undaunt
it1 In tin lurching victoria ftmed In h!i
riiiiKcloii-iiii-K Willi Hit- monk of the
Through I) Im clitltatlou there Jilcrced
a lightning (limli of luie!llng wrMM
nml he h In ti ovi-r llii- guy kimono, tint
li'llll AllllTli IIIIM, till' tllltky llllllve, to
llii- renter "f tin' widening, circle nml
1ropM't nl llu- inr''' lirmli
Tlii' iintlmiiil hymn of Jnpnii choked
In u Jrtngle of ill-fiinli km On' rutin wny
linrniK nlionU Om' ilitrlt, hIih'wv body In
tin- affrighted fiu'1'n of ili- crowd, llii'ii
K((Mm1, HM't Willi llll' pllltl of tin- W
IliK weight iiii tlii'lr ImIh
Kite niifiiii-'t In-fore lir liml lii'i'ii only
chip of liuii'lrciti on tin wluirf wnvliitf
li! Lnt nml BtioiilliiK "llniiziii:" Now
tlii nc )i'iillii- iii..ii wlili-li Nhook tin'
wluirf Hint i'iIioiiI iiinoiii' i in. iiuiiii
h'iti' for tilui. Woini'ii wi'i-- ivi'i'plni;
on r lilui; uii'ii wi-n KiiinpliiK lilt Imml.
Ilr wrm IkiwIiik In'fori' tin- K'uvnuir'H
rnrrluiei' nml liU imIiiii- wiu mivlutf:
".My hi'iM'c t(,:,'v, )'0t urn i--'i ,
llm front. Von nIhiII k with tli rnnu
of I ' it I 1 j 1 1 1 1 "
KoId i niilil only Ikiw ow'i'i' limn I'vcr,
I'lll III' liilliK (-my lii'fnri' llicni it n lie
pll llll'l'il liU lll'Ipll'NM, l(l'l plll-l'lltM, llll
rni'i'il for nml nloni'.
l or mi iii'ilimiry ilruft In roulil him
inrniiKi'il ii MtiliMtlliili', Imt for llii, no
1 1 i'i i' wiih nl onri proinolloii, limior, i i'
w ii id No om' niiiHt liimw noon nilit
Iuiiiw Imw iinwi'li'oint' It wiih, nml IiIh
Imr.iM o il noiiI nIooiI wi'l on liW furi'lii'iiil
UN III' lloWI'll, NlllllllIU llllll MITI'IH. Allll'l
liln totliit)' In' fi'll dimly Hint llii'Ni'
IiIk'Ii honor wi'ii- not for lilin, Iml for
Hint ntln-r Hint ciiiiio to III in no Iiiijh-I
lliiKly ii tlii-ri' In It Ih Joy mid lii-ld
lilin, yi't wiin not hint.
In not on tlto lint of tln (Iniflitl,
your IiIkIhii'nn," lie lii'itril n voice,
"l.i'l lilin dike I'oitiiiimid lit oni'i',"
orderitl Hie prince. "You will k hh
riipliilu," lie tiHHiired Koio (iiiee more,
Tin1 not tit' prime of J ii m II liml lieen
miivoiI from ii trimlc fate, hl reni'tier
pulfllcly rewarded, 'llm wlmrf rniiK
hkiiIii with ilii'i'iH, tin iiiillniiiil liyiuii
of Jnpiiu penli'd In weird, wild utrulim
from the llirontM of the Mttinipy, Ntoltd
IIiikn of Jnpiilieiti! Ni'liool rtlllilreli, the
Kiivcrniir' eiirrliiK'' pro-eediil on ltd
wtiy, lielln rmiK, ficeiiu IIimth Irtiinpet
H, nnd Kotn. nwiil ly lint tint Jc1 1 Im
ptilrie thnt hnd Helxed lilin nnd net hint
tiu liU wnr. ilruiu'lltm wllli tin: lil'.'iiK
"(TO, THEY HA V Vol' WIM. IO to Tllfi
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wnn'ii ttt trntiutiK or iim vrmii mn
liml -'njihnnlx'd, LI duty to hi pur
ftitta nnd lilt duty to hi country,
inn relied nt thf Innd of tint ,Tnpuri(ni
flu Nwunif on to ii enr Into thnt after
iiiHin, excllivl nnd nt'er. Not nines
lenvliiK Jnpiiu luid In come o cIono to
th lienrt of hi country. Wim It Hie
Ami'rlciin liorhor, Ky with hi conn
try'H IIhk, thnt Mhook hi houI? Wn
it hi prlnrV whip from Tokyo, (ritlliint
ind (frnceful In tin Mile wnter outld
the fii'f, or wn It Hut "l''hif( of till
IIIhIii-- Hun," which, nil dny, over Illi
cit)' liml huiiK like ii k'ri'Ht Mrd with
Im-iiIIiik wIiikm, einticiit of Jiipnn In
troulile'f 'J'lil lie knew: III country
wn hi IIhk mid In tlcMpcrntc HtriiKKle.
lie iiiiihI no.
lie wiih ii wither lit Hie hlK li'itel.
"Koto," Hit Id ll Hoft voice IIH he
tlioUKlitfnlly iniirHliiili'd hi kI'immcm lute
tlllll evelilliK "Koto, they Hiiy you will
KO lo the wnr,"
Koto turned mid In-held the Jnpmii'Ne
pnrlor mnld who had workiil In the
Hiiuie hole) with him for four yenm,
mid he Niiw (Icllverniuf. It wiih no
time to think of love, lie knew, n he
noliil the droop of the demure lltlle
IlKiire, the treiiiulou Hiulle. Sin would
in lie tlioiiKh her lienrt were hrenkliiK.
11 win the wuy of Hti women of hi
country, mid hc would die for him If
nctil l, he -lHcrmliied, a lie llnyr-red
6h the prettily firrnriijed jfrace of hi-r
lie it rutunrk. which fell In a voice a
Hoft H her npple cheek.
"Koto, do you ko to fitful for Jnpnn?"
"Yen," he mutwered, with dllllculty,
"I ko to DkIiI for Nippon. Tho agwl
1'iireut" III face ktcw Hhnrp.
"Yi', Koto," nhe comforted. He Ix-nt
over hi tank, unable to meet her eyitt.
"If I, ho unworthy, could Im a datiKh
tcr to the hoiiorulile pnrcnlH," hIii bow'
ed forinnlly, n tierce pnln In her hreitnt.
Itelieiith 111 well ordered JapnneKC
exterior Koto' heurt Kiive n Kfi'nt leitp
of relief mid iMinkHKivliik", hut he only
Hit Id Knively, ImiwIiik Uiw In-fore the
woninu' Hoft pallor: "I will marry
you, inont honorable of women. Then
you will feci free to watch over the
iiucd piin-nlH, mid If 1 die nupport
The woman laid ii pretty brown tin nit
over her lienrt, an If to Ulet IU tumult.
then Mti Id. miiHIiik: "You hlinll bo to
flh'ht for Nippon. The HKcd pan-ut
nhitll Im- the llmt objecbt of nty un
He In-lit over her linud lu Hlnccre
dellxht. I-ove won not for him, he
knew, a lid he knew that hIic knew.
Henceforth he ItelonK'-d not to him
elf nor her uor to hi imreul.t. but
to Japan It wn not for the line man
to kIiow painful emotion, flo he Huld
I ouie Jet um iro to them
ttlhe Momtlh For 65c
From 75c to 65c a Mo
"Tlie prince him driifteil me, ) my
fattier nnd rny mother.'" Ho noweo
"Hie emperor call for troop," he
fflHerel inlwrnhly, iiKhiiMt at, their pal
lor. Then, HiuitchliiK at hi one ray
of comfort, he Kently drew the woman
forward. "Here I your daughter. She
will love you and care fur you."
The UK'"! I'ir rained their face,
while, unearthly, eclcMlnl. liowlwc
low, the mother rjunvcrcd: "My on, It
I the KrvutcHt of all Klorbn to die for
Jiipnn. hut the Holdler, the animiral,
muni have no divided heart. Ilejolee
with u and with our daughter Hint we
may arm the Holdler with the jelft of
our unworthy live, et, thlnklriK of ti,
he foncot hi duty to Nlpiion. My Hon,
here I your aword; It wn your Krand
fatherV' Koto Mlckeued it he beheld hi d(-H-tlny.
He bcHoiiKbt the upllfteil face of
the woman where nhe knelt, jfniceful
and white checked, near the Kfl Ilr.
The face of the three were p-Holilte,
A (fen tie niHh of wind II lied the room
with a flood of fragrance, jjeyond the
awayliiK curtain he noted, with the aen
Hltlve eye of iiuki'IkI), a moonlit canoe
leap to the crnt of the booming awell,
huiiK above the Kren aby for a
breath and In the next dnnh with the
momentum of tin- unlverne throiiKh
wpruy and ea drift hlfjh on the tawny
"Itecelve It," the dellcitte voice flick
ered a the red blood leaped to her
dexti-roti ntroke. Then, her fadlnif
Klance cuibracliiK the wicrillce, ahe
w hltipercd, " 'oiiHccrntcd."
I!y the Hword there knelt until dawn
a captain of the emperor' troop,
It'll. kiUK deep of 111" vision that had
found him a bk'ht hearted youth and
in a few Khori hour had furrowed hit
.mil with the throes of Hie patriot and
crystallized hi life to Its t.i-k.
Hiiliuc anil Mimlr.
The lie (ioliiolll'ts t' IH, oil the IV1
thorlty of Theophllc (Jauller, tliiit "ll ii
zac alih'irrcil iihihIc." 'Iheo did, we
know. To hhn ix (,'em-rall.v ntti'ibutitl
Hie Maying that naisli- wn the most ex
pi'iiHhe noise of w lilih In- had cog'
iiiz.iiii e. Halzac did not himself tlmr
otighly understand It, hut he was deep
ly Interested in it. He treated Ii al
most nympalhetlcally. He got, so It I
Kiild, a learned Herman to help him to
deal with It elaborately, and not a lit
tie pleaed, It may be rememttcred, was
he with the rettult.
Had any writer of fiction before
llalznc ever analyzed any musical coin
position with half the thoroughness
with which In one of hi shorter stories
Halzac analyzed "Robert e I liable"
iml all the method of Meyerbeer? And
M'" cr'ie"r. it is worth not lot', was In
tn Yuri rt Halzac'a flay, amost tsu
Wairncr of that place and time H
wan sn limo'-ator carce!y le di
rnaa'-d. f"tidon Academy.
Invrntora of Ohl,
Mere Invention wiih regarded a
nomewhat vulvar In ancient time.
Arcblmedc made little of bU mechan
ical Invention. They vci only the
arniiMementa of Koirictry, he ald, and
only at the lehet of hi HovcrelKii did I
lie eminent to (five practical expreasdon I
to the many wonderful heme with
which hi brain teemed. And when j
BudoxiiM and Archyta took aerlously I
to mechntilc they were dernn.iced by !
I'lato a corruptlnu and debalii(f the ;
excellcn'ft of Kcomeiry, by rnakluK her i
descend from Intellectual to corporeal i
thlriK. Tlie Inventor wn lonj? there-!
after denplaed by the ihllosopher, !
and mechanic regarded nlrnply a j
branch of military art. !
ItlKhl In It.
"8ay, Richard, de fashions ez d!
year' coat I to be worn lonp, but
tln't you kind er crowdin' on de utyle?"
-New York World.
Enough l or film.
"What ! Wd my (i.iuKht'r. Kir?" he cried.
"Why, (ihft'K my only chll'l! "
Thfl 'hiih,'"!' r would not be ilonlwJ,
Jlowf ver - he Just xmll'-d'
"Oh, thnt' all rlht," he .il'l, undaunted
"Tou . r, one '.vu all I wanted!"
New Or!' an Tlm--Df-moeritT.
Hresed poultry should not be packed
for transportation until entirely cold
It should then be Ih id In clean straw,
breast down, keeping wings and legs
Close to lis.' body See that thpre is no
discoloration of the skin.
A Scientific Wonder.
The cures that stand to iu credit
make Iiufklen's Arnica Salve a cien
telle wonder. It cured E. R. Mulford,
lecturer for the Fatrons of Husbandry,
Waynesboro, Pa., of a distressing case
of Piles. It heals the worst Bums.
Sores, Boils, Ulcers, Cuts, Wounds.
Chilblains and Salt Rheum. Only 25c
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Spread Rapidly Over Body Limbs
and Arms Had to Be Bandaged
and Scalp Looked Dreadful
Suffered Untold Misery for Three
Years Better in Two Months
MARVELOUS CURE BY
"My son, who is now twenty-two
years of age, when he was four months
old Ugan to have eczema on his face,
spreading quite rapidly until he waa
nearly covered. We hal all the doctors
around us and some from larger places,
but no one helped him a particle.
The eczema waa something terrible,
and the doctors said it was the worst
case they ever saw. At times his whole
Ixjdy and face were covered, all but his
feet. I had to bandage his limbs and
arms; his scalp was just dreadful. I
used many kinds of patent medicines
before trying, the Cuticura Remedies,
all to no avail.
"A friend teased me to try Cuticura.
At last I consented, when my boy
was three years and four months
old, having had eczema all that time,
and suffering untold misery. I began to
use all three of the Cuticura Remedies;
the Cuticura Soap helped as well as
the Ointment. lie was better in two
months; in six months he was well;
tut I gave him the Cuticura Resolvent
one year, using twelve bottles, I
think, and always used the Cuticura
Soap for bathing, and do now a good
deal. He was four years old before
he was well, and his skin became per
fectly fair when cured. I give you per
mission to publish this letter for I am
always glad to do good when I can. I
think I have told you all there is neces
sary to tell." Mrs. R. L. Rislcy,
Oct. 24, 1905. Piermont, N. H.
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