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4f a total of 811 Rfpabllran vote.
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of hta own part are turning to oth-
nnrnKliila anil "d,lmr fjtl."
' It la not the man hut the regime
tlia(.theae masses ara trying to throw
Into the discard. They are weary of
an order of promises before election
that ar not redeemed after election.
terra to toak ateamer line mora
Tha eoulh bound rargoe will
greatly augment the Tolum of Alaa-
ka eteamahlp business. Opened coal
mlnea will greatly augment the toI
uma of northbound bualneaa In the
greater amount of machinery and
auppllea that wltl be required for
the enlarged operattona. - It la a
prospect to direct rorttandara to re
flection about a ateamer lino be
tweoa Portland aad Ali;a-
In elerea month ending laat May
Alaeka trade waa more than double
th value of all the wheat, more than
three and one half tlmea the value of
all the fruit, mora, than three tlmea
Tber waa ta W.ltr's mtintr and ba a dirre kg nia.
4 mil upon Ma rea
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A tbreush pr. iht rnad tie atop
tbl 4td4 t old Horn Run.
They are etrlvlng for a figurative the value of all the dairy producta.
constitutional amendment or a ser
ins of aniendmenta In which the ver
. dicta registered In the election will
be the real policy of tbe new admin
istrator. The truth of this appear In" the'
114 vote for Roosevelt, and tho 199
for Bryan, neither of whom Is on
the possibility list. But they are
- leader with a following that has Im
plicit faltH In their promises. '
Almost strikingly significant Is
the' Democratic vote In which Wood
row Wilson receives 21, Bryan 199,
Clark 90, Folk 38, Harmon 35, and
scattering 3. Wilson receives 67
Republican votes, Bryan 31. Clark
15,, Folk 7, and Harmon 4 The pro
eressIveneBs of Woodrow Wilson as
- evidenced In his governorship of j
New Jersey has brought him wide
, popularity not only In hra own party,
' but among Republicans. So sudden
- a leap Into the fore front of popular
favor shows how fundamental and
deep -seated are convictions among
the masses that there must be a new
The nation faces change. Unrest
Is abroad, and It Is such unrest as
was manifest In 1861 and 1892.'i
Men are ready and waiting to sever
party lines. - The 114 - Republicans
' who voted for Democratic ' figures,
are almost offset in the 52 Demo
crats who voted for La Follette, 15"
for Roosevelt and five for Taft. It
.means that party, leaders must make
the party policies progressive, or
they will be ditched. It means that
If revision of the tariff downward is
promised Jn party platforms, there
must be a revision downward or
there will be a reckoning.
p tb peopl of lhtr particular I c4r when hla work la don.
fait ha. I ia preparation for Dr. Pattoa' ar
Tb first doty of this bishop waJ.rtTl pr ciaddo addreaaed to cb
aa b said lo lh44 brethren wbol0f B parishioner a personal Ittr.
served tb aara matter under dl rommaadlag to tbm bla w aaao
rtra atandarda. to mk It very clear lelat.
rerna Portland. Opened coal mines io 4ll of tbm tbat b waa not thr iB this letter waa aa anneal to
In th north will mean southbound to proMlytU among their roDgre-J"tho4 among yoa who aem to hav
rargoea ror ateamer line. They win 'gallon, or to withdraw a alogi roi-ljo4t their lntrt In th teachings
supply that which has always been flower of thelra. Ilia tnUaton waa toBdth work of the church." Tber
lacking In th northern trad, and man and women ontald th church-.r surk i4ocl Id all oar eborche. 4e4wiir4 th 1 thtnin. aee
e. wandering aa tbeep without a- bt proceeds, no aor la bla. b aomr-.r ih. hTn". srV p4rln-lB
splHtnal ahphrd. Tbla belBf nn- think, than In tnosL That tbelr ab - r4ii-a-4i-iw-: t
derstood h. waa welcomed In dWy Br waa not du to dlaaffectlon. Dow. uh..r faty Uier jollity
church, and h strovcto hold up th he believe but probably, la many But br u jut ilk Mudvtil iac
bands and depen tha innuenc. 01 c.. to thlr d.voUon to Bikdiy Lw, UsitKi u 5 irt Wtrli
every aiinisier tor nrit4 in am putaure seeking, a practjea too
wide region. common. And ha begged them to
8om. b aaid. wondered to know conMer whether tby coold atford
that h spent so many bours In tbe t0 tDbstltut "the IntereaU of racre-
aaloona of tbe little towns. But, ,ton for th4 interests of tha higher
since the gathering place of tbje
cowooya ana aneepmen. ia - That Sunday -plaaur seeking baa t,peutkn of tpeedlly l.tenntng th4
ra ...... "" largely Increased I obvious to all. burden ef ttistion torB4 y 114 em-
saloon, there he went to find and . fold-first tho call of XuVtPttoM
to reach them. Far from fight- lk. W,M -,,fh imnnnUy'fll2JwtMm'
, . . , .. , 1 I -- - , - " -'. son or in Bill lVT.ninwm.
m ana aeBounciog; lum 'ouwp- tJcf for frofn etr Btreta, bnt. A a htriust from tb day when ft
r oe naa gamea, ne was inanaiui onj Bnd morm deep-aoated. tha T19 w" Mien puebie, tne city
to know, their confldc. also WMkenlnf of th hBbIt of looWng 'tlituml
Now said th bishop, there la but t0 lh. chnrch.B, chIff Inrtructor ln Hounl ".. ?
one lown 111 eioiD wruu nil itnottnr of anlritnal trtith I which th various notea Of 4ucaJnrtJ
when I go to hold A service, the nndertood hv the former feneration ar remarkable, and tha greet velu4 of
loons are not closed, and the saloon- ?D llTZSi, 1 th tn7rf nte!! in Ph M 'w h,c"
L-JLJ. n,t th.i natron, attend anrf In..0t.hr WOrd."' the Independenco In ory ,nd 0,h.r common hardwood th...
" " , ' , 7w Ti religious matters or tne inaivianai are th tree that are being moat lanreiy
make an attentive and aympathetie . I ni.nted. Forty thousand etediinae of
Iart or thoa. who come to worship. . . ... trnm ... it, -.urar um"-EUc4ijrptu. coryno-
- - - 1 calyx -were purrnatea irem -ntirmrr.
llglon or social service displaces, in men and set out In th sprint; of th.
manv men. nowadava. the rellrtnn nf I oreaent rear. Th fder41 bureau of
creeds and of tradition. Each man
of us la more than aver a law unto
himself. The danger of the substl-
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The road to ih.tt Intlltattoa bv
Air. Taft aad th Iaewrgeala.
rroea 144 04kl4a4. OsL, kulrer.
!T44l4at Tart aay thtt lb Intnr
g.nl4 will retura I th party before
TM It new to th Ia4tirrnt and
14 the ef U4 wh ware wot a war that
th.r had left the party.
ll la I be fe4rd that Ih4 blf lat.re
till h4 th4 pretld.ar er and that
he la beta b4dly 4dv4.
Th4 tBturgtata bar not Uft th prty,
but thay bar a out loos from 1444 le
nt, at within th party which ad4 poe
tise Demoerstle vletort 14 144 laat
alactloa and hava 4 roused doubt aa t
the Dostlbllity of Taft'a reelection.
Th position of tb B4tlotiala Repuh
lloan party I much tlv 4m' aa tbat
and more than 14 tlmea tho value of
all the hops produced ln Oregon In
Alaska trade for eleven months
ending last May Was more than the
value of all the wheat, ajl the wool,
all the hops and all the fruits pro
duced In Oregon In 1910.
With the prospect lor greatly en
larged activity In the north, is it not
time ror Portland to seize a part of
the trade of Alaska?
, ACTIVITIES OF AMSTERDAM
- a AMSTERDAM Jias about 578.000
A people, and is the most pros
1 perous city of the Netherlands.
T She owns and operates the gas,
electricity,.' and water plants. Also
the street railways, and the telephone
system, and. a pub'llc abattoir. The
city has a fine museum and a col
lection of pictures, old and new, of
great interest and value. She has
4 public ; theatre, public schools, - a
university, 4wo hospitals and many
charitable - institutions. .Amsterdam
has spent Immense' sums on public
. docks and other harbor. facilities,
and profits by a great foreign and
i For all these public utilities 'the
city spent 70,976,000 ' Tnla sum
wss reduced to $57,474,814 by the
-1st or January, last. 11,200,000 bav
in: been paid off In 1910. "
i uw mraa vi iu city ui Amster
dam for "1911 is 413,524,893 the
estlmat for 1912 Is $14,445,497.
The city apent ln 1910 $2,175,42
F it be true that the Italian army
of invasion is meeting serious
fighting, 0lf not. repulse, on the
shore of the Mediterranean, and
under tha rnncA of tha trrenr rnm
of her fleet, It bodesMH for her sue-
rCkfii wVt An ViAK a tvw m uar 4 s 44. '
V vwu TV U V44 4iV- 4 HJ hit J AAA UOk IUIU 1 ID '
face to the Interior.
She will face a terrible oe if her
attack on the sultan as Caliph sets
in motion the forces of the mysteri
ous "Brotherhood of the Senus
slyeh." . ' ' N
Very rew readers know the mean
ing or this name. But rrom Egypt
to Morocco, from the Congo to the
Mediterranean it tells or a strange
and growing power of Mohammed
Ism in the heart or Africa.
It is a secret Moslem - society, or
ganized a centupy ago by an Algeri
an dervish, Mohammed ben AH ben
Es Senussi, from whom it is named.
"Its object is the restoration of the
Mohammedan religion to its original
purity, austerity, and political power,
the first step towards which is the
expulsion of the Christian from
Moslem lands." 'The quotation is
from an "article by E. Alexander
Powell, late of the American con
sular service ln the Ottoman domin
ions, but his description is confirmed
by many other writers of authority.
I. have learned, said he, that the
bishop must not claim authority
over, but must spend himself in min
istering to all whom he can Veach.
This mah la doing; much to hasten
the time when point of agreement
rather than of difference between
the subdivisions of the general
church shall be Oelt on and driven
home, both to professing Christians
and to the world how outside the ap
parent boundaries of ' the church.
His words touched those to whom h
forestry. In official publication, dis
courages the. expectation of extraordi
nary profittrfrom eucalyptus culture;
but on th other hand, th pioneer In
tutlon many Of us will hear froiri the eucalyptue eultur. who have been grow
ing umDer lor prone lor unr iti
Hps of Gipsy Smith In the coming
TWO GREAT ACHIEVEMENTS
Forest to Pay City Taxea.
rrtwo 144 Technical World ataaasina.
a Diego, la tha extreme outhw4t
to corner of Cnele fUm'a dominion. 1
th first of Amerlc4n' eltl.t to Inausu-
MtA - .ui tnrml rir nf amrl.A. tn lh. I nf th mrlv In rllfivnil.
Caiirornia Ma iBtargencm wnom ine
bt !ntrete 4ttempt4d to reed out of
the perty, but th tnturgenta now ar
th dominant power In the party. They
do not, however, maintain that the
standpatter r4, not of th4 Republics
party, altbouch thy ere several atap
to th rear In th march forward.
Th national party, llkewlte, will ba
dominated by the Insurgents before No
vember, Hit. end unl4ea Prealdent Taft
take cognisance of thla and thowt
himself more of a progressiva than he
haa been he will terloualy endanger hi
own chane.e of tucceet and, at th sam
time, Jeopardise th party.
Aa We Sptak It. .
From Succest Wsgaxlnt.
A German, who had com to America
to master our language, waa be)ng
shows behind the eene of a vaude
ville theatre by one of hi American
"That man. ald th -American, In-
dlcttln an actor with a wave of hi
hand.. "It taking off. hit make-up to
make up for another take-off."
The German departed aputtertng. .
century or longer, exhibit statements bf
their bualneaa that am of more prac
tical value than any amount of theoris
ing. ' One conservative atatement la glv-
HATEVER else shall be the
outcome of the government's
attempt; to' bring into open
air at tbe bar of Justice the
steel trust, its fathers, foster-fathers,
obstetricians, and constituent
agencies,' It Is to be hoped that so
called gentlemen's agreements may
receive their death blow.
Contracts? Oh, no. Enforceable
ODAY Is the 255th anniversary
of the birth of Dr. Halley, who
computed the orbit and pre
dicted tne return or Halley's
comet. ' His. astronomical . achieve
ment fixed hfs name lmperishably in
history by linking: it with the comet
But there is a safer foundation on
which, the solid fame of Dr. Falley
rests. He Is the man who. originated
the Breslau Tables of Mortality, yie
runaamentai ngures on whicn : all
scientific life insurance, is based.
Life statistics had been collected by
others in Breslau,' but it was the Im
fl L BA mean"' '?lBd'n Q mortal ..mathematician .who collated
ihw ierwmij uui. necui ueu in
minutes or written notes? No. How,
then defined? Just in the memor
ies of the participants. , What force
have they then? This is how the
government answers this last ques
"It was understood and agreed,"
said the bill, "that they (the steel
them, extracted from them the facts
of mortality and laid down scientific
rules for the guidance of all future
actuaries. t ,
The fruit is a system of life in
surance that has become one of the
huge financial factors In all civil
lzed countries. It has . reached its
highest development in .the United
States, where the policies held aggre-
SEVEN FAMOUS EXILES
lie re la ! V
44l4 IHU 44
Nwi Force.it of the
Wa4l44l44. IX C. Oct. 14 l4ln
Chlc4f4 414444V 4flae4444 rr4i4l
Taft will fi4 hi rtauval in h tel.
lewlatT day I FlIletMirt. 44 feeoi Ih4t
pelat wlU begla kit Bapple1
U rilUburg r?4ldel Taft will wil-
nea th greet 4 ll anal mln s.frly .m-
eraUo4 14 4 giv4 wader t44 4r
ple4 ef th 44 run 4f mlnv tha Amr
Waa Red Creee. 144 t'alt4 411a Walk
ers 4f Amerlee' and the ntttbwrg Onal
Opera tore eaeeciefien. Tha prrenteet
111 pn4 Wdneday at 14 organ t4wi.
W. Vt, and rrom there will go I K.t
piing. Va for fiv daya
llaarlng on th American Tobacco
compear' propound plan of reergania-
tlon will begin I th UnlWJ HtaU cir
celt court In Tort Monday, wt-a
the o-cUed lad4peod4nt4 wUI 44 glv-
a en opportunity to preaeot their objection.
Th enoblllsetlon of th4 Aiianue ara
Paclfie fle.lt t Ne Trk end e as-
g4iee th4 rly pert f Ih4 week; will
merit the gathering t the greeteet nav
al forea that vr floatd In the wen-re
of the western heinlephere. Th Atlnntlo
fleet to be revlewrd by Seeretery of th
Kavy Meyer will comprise 11 vmI f
II cl444t, with a total dleplecemetit i f
ITT.Itt tone, and the raclflo f1 tt
Veel4 Of 111.441 tone.
Tho fifth International sanitary con
ference of American republic will at-
emble la Santiago. Chill, Wedneedty
for a eeeslon of 10 days, tlubjecta of
Intereet to every nation. Including tanl
tary legislation, eoclal hygiene and the
hygiene of tee, re 1 1 road and tramway
traffic, will t4 dlscu44ed.
ImporUnt actlo.i la expected from the
conference of coiton etatee governor
which 1 to. meet In New Orleans lion-
day to dlaouee olsn to check the down
ward price ef the atapie.
Canada will obaerve Monday at
Thanksgiving da v. The observance will
take the form of a general holiday, with
military parade and athletic event In
ell the Itrger cine, in addition to in
custbmary church ervtce.
Many Important football contett
among th colleges throughout the
try ar scheduled for Saturday.
chief interest of all followers
port, however, will center In th Haf
vard-Prlnceton tfame at Princeton. It
will b the flrtt time the two big col
lege! have met on the gridiron tn a num
ber of yeare. 1 ,.
14 coun- Ai
of tho I
manufacturers represented at the
meeting) were bound to protect one gate value greater than the nation
anotner, mat to carry out wis pur- aj weaith of Italy, and greater than
pose tneir nonor was at sKe, ana the combined national wealth of
that tne obligation Binding upon Spain, Belgium, Portugal and Swlt-
mem waa even aearer man lire u- erland
. ai' a . . f a. t bl 1 A a . J
ine grana master or trie order) sen, ana inai no one or mem snouia jn round numbers the policies ae
bci or mu io ati except wun a ais- gregate more than $16,000,000,000,
tinct and clear 'understanding that 0f which the aggregate of regular
ais oonor was jnvoivea. ana mat mis policies In force Is $13,233,667,695
was more .Dinaing, upon . him than with industrial policies, aggregating
...... .Ui.H a u . nn n, TTrl 1. 1 J J I . I ' "
by the chief executive of the, corpor
ation, they came at any time from
any distance, ready, -willing and anx
ious to turn over to him - and his
friends all that was In their minds
holds his court at JOf, ln the oasis or
Kurra, 500 miles south of Benghazi
on the Mediterranean, and.about the
same distance from the Nile. From
attempted visits to Jor no European
has returned. ' It is apeesslble only
by camel routes acroes the desert.
Tha organization ' or the order Is
both simple and complete. The
"Khuan" or brothers, whose names
The total la $16,
are all recorded in the books ot the t and In their hearts concerning their
mother lodge at Jof, owe absolute i own business.' .,. v , ' ; f "; j
obedience to the prefect In charge of
their djstrlot, f The prefects each
control a corps of secret agents who
communicate thel orders. - At the
Mohammedan " Easter .' tbev prefects
meet in conclave at Jof. Above tbe
prefects there is a cabinet of Viziers,
who oy a system of camel couriers.
keep jp touch with all tho districta.
At Jof 1s the .war-chest . of he
order well filled. There are the
- 4 ' - - r ,
If this means. that .through .these
gentlemen's agreements the steel
corporation was enabled to exercise
over its possible competltdrs the
power gained by what. Mr. Schwab
called, In his evidence before : the
Stanley committee, the "control"
or even the -"eminence," which was
his substituted definition then. the
gantlemlflia agreement stands before
the world as the 'most potent force
13,176. 13?, 432,
In the United States at the end of
1910, 211 regular lire Insurance
companies were' doing business.
Their , assets were $3,876,078,976.
Tbelr Income from Insurance collec
tions ana interest ror 1 9 1 0 was
$779,688,344. The total ot disburse
ments for death losses and expenses
In 1910 -was $540,334,454. leaving
for protection of outstanding con
tracts and future distribution, a bal
ance ot $239,363,830. v
- Thirty-four, companies operate in
Oregon, and havaJn force a total In
surance' of $76,010,451. The .pre
mium collections In 1910 aggregated
$2,587,519. . The whole, constitute
Themlstocle, banished from hi na
tiva country of Athens, took up his
abode at Argoe. Whll4 a.rseldent there
he wa Invited, by Pauaanlaa, th Bpan
tan. to cooperate in certain treasonable
design which he had formed agalns
the liberty of Greece, from an . idea
that In his present stata of exasperation
he would ba glad to avail, himself of
such an opportunity or being revenged
on his enemies. Themlstocle rerueeu
howevef. to - take any - part in the
schemes of Pausanlae, but at tha sam
time thought himself under ho oblige
tion to disclose them. '
After the death of Pauaanlaa, letters
were found relative to the business.
which proved that it bad been agitated
between them.. The Lacedemonians
made-use of this discovery to bring an
accusation against: Themlstocle before
the Athenians, who gave Orders that, he
should be brought to answer if in the
Presence of the state of Greece. Dread
ing th result of tuch a trial, he passed
over to the island of Corcyra, the people
Of which had been much Indebted to
hla good offices ln a dispute with th
Corinthians. - ' . -
Not feeling seaure, however, ln hi
safety there, Themlstocles withdrew to
Eplrus; and thence wa driven to the
hasardous Step of taking refuge at the
court of Admetua, king of tho Molos-
slons, whom ho had formerly" offended.
In order to secure a friendly reception
he seised an' opportunity of taking In
his arma the Wng'a Infant son. with
whom he knelt down before the shrine
Of Admetus's household deities.
The vengeance of the Spartan, how
ever, pursued him thither, and th king
waa threatened with a Grecian war If
he continued to protect .the supposed
criminal. , Furnishing him, therefore.
with money, the king sent him across
the continent to a port in the Aegean
sea which, after various adventures, he
reached in safety '- -
On arriving at the Persian court, in
the first yesr of the reign of Artaxer
xe. - Themlstocles had another - ha sard
to undorro, 41nc4 hla name was so- ob
noxious that a reward or 290 talents had
been offered for his apprehension. Be
ing conveyed thither in secrecy, he ap
plied to Artabanua. a military officer.
to whom be represented that he waa a
Greek, who had some Important Infor
mation to communicate to th king In
Being Introduced to tho king, he die-
covered himself; and 1 ald to have
addreeoed . him tn a sp44ch whfch waa
eo abjeet, and contemptible that tbe 4up-1
pliant even founded his tltl to favor
on- hi vice, when the Interpreter In
quired who ho was, Themlstlcles an'
sweredi" "The men that 1 now nme
to address hlrhself to you, O King, 1
iThemlatocles the AthlnA; - an exile
persecuted by the Greek. The Per
alaa have Buffered tnuch by me, but
It ha been more than compensated by
my preventing your being pursued;
when, after I had delivered Greece and
saved my Own country, I had it In my
power to do you also a service. My
sentiments are aultabu to my present
misfortunes- and I coma prepared either
to receive your favor, If you are recon
ciled to me; or, if you retain any resent
ment, to disarm it by submission. Re
ject not the testimony my enemies
have given to the services I have don
the Persians, and make use of the op
portunity my , misfortunes - afford you,
rather to show your generosity, than to
satisfy your revenge. If you save me,
you save your suppliant; if you destroy
me, you destroy the enemy of Greece."
Themlstocle was received Into, fav
or; the 200 talents.' th price of his
head, were paid to himself, and much
greater reward were promised If he
would glv useful information concern
ing Greece... He requested time for ac
quiring the Persian language, which was
granted to him; and after the interval
of a year, he appeared at court like
native. . By his talents and addrees
he ingratiated himself so much with
the - king and royal family as to . be
treated with : peculiar distinction and
splendidly provided for In. the Persian
manner. It Is affirmed, thajt the rev
enues of three cities, Magnesia, I.amp
sacus and Myus, were assigned to him
under the m of breed, wine, end
meat; and soma authors add. two more
for lodging and wtrdrobe. With this
eastern luxury and magnificence, The
mlstocles was o much delighted that
one day sitting down to a table spread
with delicacies.' he" is aald to have
turned to . the . members' of hla t amlll'
who .had been, conveyed to tilm by
Eplcratea the Aearnanian). and to have
If I had not been ruined."
The concluding scene of. the life of
Themlstocles to Involved in obscurity;
but it Is generally believed, that In
order to prevent his being compelled to
take up arm against his country, he
aranx poison, uu remains war- pri
vately conveyed to Attica, and the
Athenian raised a monument to his
memory. . -- .
. r .
mart had :
Mary had a little bird. ,
She kept it In a cage. ' v
One day th cat espied It there,
Let turn another page. .. .
- Milwaukee Sentinel.
Mary had a busy flea ' . k
Alight on her one day . .,..a-
You will excuse us now for w ,
Must look the other wayi .
. . , Houston Post
Mary took a little dip; -.... r
Her bathing garment shrank.
Come, Otto.'let us take a trip
Far rrom me river oann.
v r Milwaukee Sentinel. '.
Mary had to climb a fence, , . ,
. Her ekirt caught on a nall-tr
Oh, don't you think the moon, Hortense,
xontgni is very paie - - .
, . --Springfield Union.
Mary had a harem skirt, - ;
She crossed a muddy street,
Aw, read this verse, 'twill do no hurt r -
For all you'll una is reei.
. New York Globe.;
Mary had a little job '
Typewriting for the bos; 1
One day she called hie wife a slob-.
Please pass the applesauce. ..
,-. ' 1 -
Stricken With Generosity. ' f ..
- From Succes Magaslne, :
- A Scotsman brought his entire family
of seven to visit a relative ln London.
They were entertained In a manner that
left nothing to be asked ror two weext;
theatres, suppers, cab rides about taa v
city, excursions Into th country. T
whole time McPherson - never -. put h
hand in his pocket to pay for a thing.
, When the family was going home,
the Londoner and his -cousin went Into
the buffet for a final glass. From force
of habit he groped for his' wallet; bnt
Bandy gripped his arm. - '' 1 V:s
-Na, na!" said he. Te've been verra
gude ta me an' mine this fortnicht
past. Mon, we'll hae : a - toss for this
i Bhourd hav. neZ" ; i
, ; From the " Washington Star. :
"1 dore heard It read in -de paper,"
aaid Uncle Baaberry. "dat" ; some '
deahere-f lyln' machine gem men 'says W
man kin do anything a bird kin." S
"That's what they say." . i
. "Well, when any of 'em see a human
sit fas' 'aeleep i holdln" onto a tre -branch
wlf hla feet, I sho wishea deyHI
call nt to have a look," - v. --"