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ATTRACTIVE FARM DWELLING
CONVENIENT AND INEXPENSIVE
curious to know
EarnThis Suit H One Hour?
Tom Brewne, Celebrated English Az
list, Mosts Suspicious Negr*
Tom Browne, the celebrated English
Detailed Description of House Owned by Farmer tn Ohio humorous artist, may be said to have
TiiuC May be Built at nn Approximate
had no education whatever In draw
Cost of J2.8OO to 83.000.
big He educated himself. What ho
An Attractive Farm Dwelling.
saw he drew, and hla genius made It
a picture Ila did go to an art school
at Nottingham for a couple of terme,
and It was a good school In Its way.
Anyhow, he grew tired of the cut-
and dried methods obtaining therw—of
the restraint, as he once put It to ma
and ao with about a dozen other
would be artists be took u room over
some stables and there drew and
paiuted from ••||f.." Tiny took It In
turns to procure models a tramp, a
newspaper boy. a flower seller, any
body who wanted to earu a quarter
served their purpose
One night Tom. scouring the neigh
borhood fur a subject, lighted on a
negro who earned a living by chewing
I glass In public bouses. Thl» nice gen-
Usman was asked If he would ooms to
the loft to be painted.
lie looked at Browne earnestly for
, some moments and. evidently laboring
unjer tbo Impression that the natural
hue uf his body ess to be altered, h
demanded: "Will It come off. sab?"
<By J Fl BRIDGM KN >
Ilgt ting plant may bo Installed at a
Shako Into Your Shoes
One of the most convenient and cost of (375.
Altee'« r<»< t:*no, a pewlor fee tho test. It cures
««. «ting fr-wt. M. i I m
modern farmhouses of moderate cost
As both the h'-attng and lighting n»w «hù«« vary. «mnrtlng.
Hold l>y all Diÿisalàla arri Pho.
the writer has seen is owned by a plants are «-ntlrvly safe, easy to oper Store«. IXin’t a*-.-» at any «ulwlttiile. tiamply
A.I.lr—> < I -- --------- 1 I •• Hoy. N. V.
fanner in Ohio.
It Is comfortable ate and tbo oxp< tne of running them
and handsome, and the farmer and leas than the co t of o|<erattiig or us
Sand and Q.rma.
his family enjoy practically all of the ing oil lamps and stoves, tt would
rretty Ideas don't always snreal to
advantages that are to be found in «•■cm that their use would pay. to say
tho experts in hygiene Kissing, for
city homes. The house has few an nothing of the added comfort und
example, la dangerous, and even that
gles and corners and It may bo built pleasure derived from them.
sand provided for children in the
at an approximate cost of (2.800 to
The furnace will without doubt pre- parks Is not so Innocent as It looks.
(3.000. and contain many of the Im vent much sl'-kneas If the fresh ntr The sandhopper, with which children
provements essential to comfort, util shaft Is properly Installed, and .the are so famlltar on the real seashore,
ity and beauty.
gas lights will save the housewife la replaced, according to the gloomy
The main or front part of the house much labor: also yon will have a light experts, by another kind of hopper.
I Is 28 feet square and the kitchen and equal to any city light, electricity not The sand. In a word, when the chil
tetmntry 14x20 feet. The lower story is excepted.
dren have played architects with It for
9 feet high and the second story S
The cellar has an Inside entrance a time adds erlttlnoM to grittineas,
feet 6 Inches. The exterior walls under tho main stairway, also an out- This la not noceaaarlly a reflection on
are covered with shiplap end lap aid- side entrance.
the children or the chtldren'a parents,
I Ing with building pa|>er between. The
Root cellar, front room. etc. are for sand, like loose hay and atraw,
roofs are covered with best grade of provided In the basement.
seems to produce crlts out of no
5 to ! cedar shingles, thnt is. five of
Tbe pantry Is so Is catod that It pre- where But, after all. sand can be re
the shingles, when placed together, vents the heat from entering the din- newed at small coat, and If tho econo
I will measure pra- tlcally 2 Inches at Ing-room during the summer months mists shout too loud let them bo In
N AGED emperor dines alone
A confidential valet helps him into
j the thick ends. These shingles will and contains cMna < Io el with doora vlted to take tho old san ! It will be
on gold plate from the famous hat and overcoat. By a bijou eleva
cost slightly more, but they will also opening to dining room, cupboard. as good and crttloea after that ns
service whose central decora
last about three times as long as the flour bln. etc.
when It was new Izmdon Chronicle
tive piece is worth (15.000. descends to the ground fl<»or. Between
5 to 2 shingles.
All rooms are of Rood aire well
There Is only one guest, a the emperor's study and the waiting
All Interior side walls and ceilings lighted, nnsl ample closet room Is pro
TRY MURINE EYE REMEDY
is a trip of a short minute—
general aid de camp or high official
I receive three coats of plaster with vided; nlso a good sized linen closet. for lied. Weak, Weary. Watery Eyes
the court The proudest monarch of
white finish. All floors are quarter
The living room baa an open fire andGranulated Eyelids Murino Doesn’t
Europe is alone with one guest Eti suites of rooms, stairways and corri I sawed yellow pine. The
which also hts smoke flue for Smart- Soothes Kye Pain. Druggists
He walks 20 steps across the
quette demands it.
| ing-room, living-room, hall and
II- the furnace. The largo arches con Sell Murino Eye Remedy, Liquid. 25c,
There are eight services. Hofburg
Murino Eye Salvo In
There Is no : hrary is of birch with mahogany noctIng the diningroom, hall and liv Aseptic Tubes. 2.'c. (1.00. Eve Books
ceremony does not permit less. Five limousine awaits him.
and Eyo Advice Free by Mall.
gorgeous flunkeys in pale blue, pink special secrecy; it Is to avoid cere
■ hard pine trim with oil finish.
larger than they really are. and with
Murino Eye Rutuedy Co., Chicago.
and gold serve two men. There have mony merely. He gives no directions;
suitable rugs, curtains, etc., a beauti
been no flowers on the table since the the chauffeur knows where to go.
! with flat tints except bathroom, which ful effect may be obtained
Tho Magnetic Pole.
Quitting the frigid, solemn Hofburg.
tragic death of the Empress Eliza
has enamel finish.
The house has no fancy work, but
The north magnetic pole has been
beth; but the lights of wax candles out into the bright lit, basiling early
A good solid limestone or cement when neatly painted will present n actually located at 70 degrees and 6
glint the golden service and the rare evening of Vienna, past crowds has foundation Is placed under tho homo
very good front and will not look out minutes north latitude and 96 degrees
wines in cut glass; they fit from his
and a basement excavation under'tWe of place on almost any building lot. 46 minutes longitude The south mag
toric tapestries to carved wood furni fair streets of residence, the auto I front part.
A hot air furnace Is and for many reasons this building netlc pole has not yet been located,
ture and panels Buch as no museum stops at a comfortable villa. The old ' placed In the basement, also a hollow
seems especially adapted to rural dis but It Is believed to be about 73 de
possesses and make dancing shadows sovereign enters the gate alone. The ’ wire lighting plant. The furnai e and
green south latitude and 150 east
in the distant corners.
longitude It Is known, however that
When the door
There are faint, mysterious noises In three marble steps.
the two magnetic poles do not He at
the Hofburg. as of furtive steps up shuts he is no longer the dread, lone-
and social obligation, resting nt least
the extremities of a diameter of tbo
secret stairways In the walls, and ly emperor and apostolic king, but
as strongly on the farmer ns on any
there are silences in which you feel .Herr Schratt. regularly called "the
one else, to encourage family lite
eyes peeping through holes. The Colonel,” careless, easy, phlegmatic
nn.ong workers, and thus to promote
great palace has an invisible popula and slouchy, bright, warm, cozy, snug
stability In rural populations and to
tion of effaced officials, gliding ecclesi among good old friends.
discourage the nomadism among la
Since the tragic death of the Em Decline in Population Shown by borers which Is the bane of our agri
astics, soft-footed domestics, noble old
Last Census in Agricultural
dames and ancient courtiers, whose press Elizabeth, Francis Joseph Is a
Areas Due to Discourage
only sounds are creaking joints as widower, 81 years old, and If all
It Is altogether probable that the
ment of Marr ied Workers.
Baron Maule. In ons of hts sarcastic
they slip through dim corridors where Vienna smiles at "Monsieur Schratt" tt
actual decline In population, shown
is with respectful sympathy and under
by the last census to have taken moods, addressed from the bench a
sentries stand immobile.
Years ago when the Burg
place In extensive agricultural areas. barrister friend of mine thus: "Mr.
It is the frigid court of a lone, aged standing.
(By C. R. HAHNS)
The pitiful story was told recently Is due to the discouragement of mar Harker, could you not state your
emperor bereaved by bloody loss of theater was a wing of the Hofburg, the
wife, son and favorite brother; so high great actress Katharine Schratt.—the in a northern dally paper of an In riage among fn,rtn workers, and the facta In soma kind of order? Chrono
that none dare offer him sympathy, Sarah Bernhardt and ReJane of Vienna dustrious and capable farm laborer refusal of employment to men with logical Is the best, but If you cannot
manage that, try soma other; alpha
stern and unbending In hfs haughty —was presented to Francis Joseph by who had answered several advertise families.
That way lies the decline of states betlcal, If you plea- e" Hlr Franc la
isolation. When his daughters, Marie Empres Elizabeth herself. For long ments of farmers in need of Just such
If we H. Doyle.
Valeria, with her battalion of children, she, too, has lived retired, and the experienced services as he was able and the ruin of democrncy.
or Gelsele, became a morose old wom I mourning emperor found her so Intelli to render; but whose application was want growth In population, and the
Large Irrigation Project.
an, are not there on some rare visit, gent, so fine and also good, that, great rejected. In each Instance, because he perfect working out of the Demo
An eight tnllll n d< liar Irrigation
the emperor is “alone." It Is his wish.
project, about being completed
He Is too old for state dinners and affectionate friendship grew up to The farmers wanted neither women stitutions. we must reverse our meth New South Wales, will benefit 1,500,*
nor children about their farms, So ods, welcome rather than repel the
court functions, except the most Indis give him a kind of peaceful solace.
000 acres of land ard offer settlement
I The court calls her "the Bour- this competent farm worker was man with a family, and be willing to opportunities to 7ft Oftft t »r«ons.
pensable, brief and Infrequent.
The aged emperor Is dreaming of
opportunities of the farm.
the gorgeous gala dinners of the past. the first time In 65 years, he learned city stable.
Dr. Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets regulate
It is to be feared that this Is by no
and invigorate, stomach, liver and bow
He sees the Ideal throngs of other what blesesd relief from frigid etl-
els. Sugar-coated, tiny granules, easy
Utmost Precautions Needed.
days. Again he hears the three taps ' quetle and numbing ceremony might means an Isolated Instance. Human
Impure milk will be the result If the to take as candy.
of the Grand Chamberlain’s cane to be. The woman of heart, the artistic kindness has been so far eliminated,
announce the entrance of their Impe genius, who played the roles of great In many cases from the relationship utmost precautions are not taken In
Woman and tho Farm.
rial and royal majesties. By enchant • queens on the boards of the Court the between the farmer and his hired handling It, and Impure milk neces
In defining woman a relation to the
ment doors fly open and the glittering
life of the farm, one needs but little
throng bejeweled and perfumed, flash cesses, slowly and tactfully broke put so exclusively on a hard business so be Impure and have very poor reflection to become aware of tho all-
ing colors amid plumes, aigrette and through the crust of the divinity that basis, that the complaint Is common keeping qualities It should be remem pervading quality of that relationship.
flowers, laughing and murmuring to hedged and hampered the poor man that "the farmer cares more for the bered that all contamination depends Just as the monarch of Prance, when
comfort and happiness of hfs cattle upon some form of bacteria, which
the clink of gala swords and sabers, is throughout hls life.
asked to define tho state, exclaimed,
Leaving crown and scepter on the and hogs than he does for the well- are present everywhere and which
struck to silence.
multiply very readily under certain "The state; I am the state." Ho might
hat-rack, he enters the bright little being of his men.”
tho farmer's wife, when questioned as
Under healthier conditions In rural conditions and temperatures.
Vanished all that
The aged em- card room that adjoins two bijou par
to tbo life of the fann, respond. "1 am
peror sighs, and plans little piensures
tbo Life of the farm.”
which the doctors will permit him. He while Mme. Katharina hastens with
may still hunt; doubtless he no longer the foot warmer. He lights a cigar. generally does from employers In
Save the Coal Oust.
The bell rings and the partners of mercantile and manufacturing pur- 000 are farmers. The whole body la
climbs crags after the chamois or the
Coal dust should never be wasted.
woodcock; but hie hand is still firm interminable games of Tarok —a sort suits; as being more reliable and less supported by a cultivated area of but Have a special rnlvanlzed scuttle for
as he waits on his camp stool In the of Austrian bridgi arrive; two an- likely to seek a change. If fairly well 19,000 square miles. Every foot of It and mil sufficient water with It to
forest; and stag or roebuck that cient friends of the great actress ho treated, than the single man. Aside soil is utilized; the farmer Is a special make It quite moist. When a fire Is
comes within range Is sure of his af come friends of Herr Schratt, al- from this, however, there fa a moral ist.
nice and clear bank It up with this
fair. Horseback riding Is more dlffl ways the same; Herr Palmer, director
coal dust and It will last for hours.
cult and It is doubly painful to give of the Bank des Pays Austrichlens and
Where this Is done there is no ao-
up a favorite exercise that kept him an international private banker so ex-1
cumulation of coal dust ao common lit
In tou<i with the great love of his tremely illustrious that hls name is as
life ^L'ne army.
Twice a year they well known as Francis Joseph's,
Believed Location of Ark.
h 1st him to tne back of a strong, tran
The banker and Mons. Schratt are
On a farm on the hill of Tara.
quil animal, a phantom of the bril fast old cronies, to the sorrow
Meath, Ireland, which 1s announced to
liant cavalier of of! er days; and Fran | and scandal of the Countess Cho-
be sold, Is the fort, Rath of the Sy
cis Joseph, stiff and bruised, watches tek, morganatic but directing wife of
nods, under which tradition says the
the spring review and the finale of the Francis-Ferdinand, heir to the dual
Often the emperor loses all I
Ark of the Covenant Iles burled. A
He loves hls crown.
former owner commenced excavations
elgar sn<l smokes continually the the money In hlH purre—a dozen flor-1
In search of the Ark but only discov
green and juicy marvels made for him Ins—at the nightly game of Tarok.1
ered some gold coins and ancle uj
by the two famous Cuban growers. He plays badly. None wants him for
The aged emperor looks up from bls partner; so they cut to see who takes
cigar. How lonely Is the immense pal him. He laughs boisterously. .
Eccentrie Work wzskst.
t M ilk i
At ten o'clock the limousine Is an [
ace—full of hidden courtiers, func
There are workbags mnde of tur
It is still early, nounced and Mme. Katharina help»
tles. Could anything be odder? And
not yet seven. Francis Joseph rises. the "Colonel" Into hat and over
yet they sre not unattractive, queer
Hls guest takes ceremonious leave and coat.
as they sound. The shell of ths tur
the sovereign goes to hls study. What
The auto rolls through the streets of
tle Is lined with some gay silk, and
a place, that study Suites of libra Vienna, still bright and boisterous,
the tall la pulled over and Inserted
ries and offices on »ndleas corridors, to the cold, solemn Hofburg
A dairy farmer near Myrtle, Ont., with a herd of 20 cow», Increased the
In the mouth, ther used as a handle.
from which once went out minute ad at the little door of the small court yield of milk by 2,453 pounds per cow. The financial retiims were (52.72 per
They make nice sewing baskets, and
ministration of the dual empire! Fran yard. The old man enters, and a al tow In 1905, and (7C.7C In 1908. The gain Is shown by tho relative sizes of
will undoubtedly appeal to the lovsis
cis Joseph sighs with relief.
lent valet meets him.
tbo milk cans.
of ths eccentric.
Did She Get the Situation?
Stout Izidy "Fin afraid you are
rather young for the situation Are you
sure you could cook dinner for a large
party?" Applicant "Oh. yes'in Why,
the last party I was with was quite as
large ns von are" I«mdon Taller.
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