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VOL. XLIV, NO. 140.
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Iron & Steel,
Groceries & Provisions,
Flour & Mill Feed,
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
Fairbank's Scales, ;
Doors & Windows,
Wagons & Vehicles.
B. F. ALLEN,
365- Commercial Street.
New lines for 1895.
Japanese Rugs and Matting
Bamboo Furniture, etc.
(Direct from Japan.)
House Lining, Building Paper
Wall Paper of 1895 now in with a stock
Japanese Leathers. Wholesale In Chicago
from fa to $18 per roll of 12 yards.
365 Commercial Street.
Snap A Kodak
at any man coming out of
our ito' and you'll get a
portrait of a man brimming
oer with pleasant thoughts.
Such quhllty In the liquors
we have tooirerare enough to
PLEASE ANY MAN.
Corpe and Try Them.
hughes & CO.
la there a man with heart ao cold,
That from hla family would withhold
The comforts which they all could find
In artlclea of FURNITURE of th
And we would suggest at this season,
nice Sideboard, Extension Table, or se
of Dining Chairs. We have the larges
and finest line ever shown In the city
and at prices that cannot fall to pleas
the closest buyers.
HEILBORN & SON.
ASTORIA IRON WORKS
CoiKomly St.toot of Jackson, Astorlt.
General Machinists and Boiler Maker
Und and Marine Engines. Boiler work, Steam
boat and Cannery Work a Specialty.
Castings of All Descriptions Made to Order or
- Short Notice.
John Fox. President and Superintended
A. L. Fox Vice Presides
O. B. Prael Secretar
They Lack Life
There are twines sold to fishermen
on the Columbia river that stand In
the same relationship to Marshall's
Twine as a wooden image does to the
human being they lack strength life
evenness and lasting qualities. Don't
fool yourself Into the belief that other
twines besides Marshall's will do "Just
ac well." They won't. They cannot.
Floral Designs and Choice
Cut Roses and Carnations
For Decoration Day, should
Call at Grunlund &
Cor. 8th and Exchange sts.
Kopp'a Beer HalL
Choke Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
' Only handed over the Bar. The largest glass'
of N. P. Beer; Half-and-half, ..
Cbas. Wirkkala, Proprietor.
Cor. Oiromlr ind Lafayette Sta.
The Blacksmith whoso shop is oppos
Ite Cutting's cannery, is now prepared
to do such odd Jobs as making new
cannery coolers, repairing: old one,
making new flshln boat irons, and re
paring old ones, and all ether black
smithing that requires first-class work
Tour mind Is on repairing: your house
" this sprlna;; possibly on building a new
one. If so, remember .we are carpen
ters and builders with a-shop full of
tools always willing; to do ucb Jobs
and want your work. ...... 1
MILLER k. GOSNKY.
j . Shop oa IXwaoa Cock.
I. L. OSGOOD,
The One Price Clothier, Hatter and Furnisher. ,
506 and 508 COMMERCIAL STUEET, ASTORIA, OR.'
That there is
no other stock
in the city so
larjre as ours
in the way
Croquet Sel s
Lawn Tennis Sets,
Our Sping Stock Has Arrived. They Are Wonders For The Money.
Lojk Through Our Stock.
Men.s Suits Worth I10.00 for
Worth nearly double the money. Come and see us.
Men's Pants $1.00, $1.50 f2.oo, $2.50, tj.oo and tj.$o. Large lines to select from.
Big lines of Underwear, Hats, Shoes. Suspenders, Socks, Rubber Boots and
Oil Clothing. Also full stock of Dry Goods.
The.Cheapest House In The State.
Oregon Trading Co.
s 600 Commercial Street,
In a desirable locat'on, 2 blocks from High School.
' A BARGAIN.
CHOICE LOTS IN HIIXS FIRST ADDITION.
On the new Pipe Line Boulevard Just the place for a cheap home.
A Block IN ALDERBROOK.
STREET CAR LINE will be ei tended this summer to within 5 minutes
walk of this property Will eell at decided bargain.
ACREAGE.' . -
In 5 or 10 aoratraots inside the oity limit;, also adjoining Flavel.
GEORGE HILL,. 471 Bond St, Occident Blotfy
HILL'S REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
FOflHDS STOPS GO.
Crockery, Glass and Plated Ware,
White Sejving Machines,
Boat and Fishermen's Supplies,
Paints and Oils,
Teas, Coffees and Groceries,
California Wines, "
Medically Pure Liquors,
Sole Agents for the Celebrated
fllmigfyty .Dollar Cigar.
time. .. .
KEATI5C C6 IH open their
' Mtulc Hal at l Attar street,
Saturday the ir,ih. They will
keep namberiesa goo Minora
betides baring good music all the
Goes a long way in .my stock with
Honest Goods and Honest Prices.
Having kept my stock well in hand,
and goods on the move, and no old
stock to work "off before being able to
purchase new, I have placed, and
have in make and on the road direct
from Eastern manufacturers, new
lines of Men's and Boy's Cloth
ing, Furnishing Goods, Hats,
Caps, Trunks, Valises, Etc ,
BOTTOM PRICES 1
Our line of
start in "with
, for a
and run up
into the $. $.
lor those that
are lots better.
So you eee we
can suit every
Men's Suits at $ 8.00
" ' " 10.00
" ' " 12.00
Between Astoria and Portland.
SPRING TIME TABLE.
Steamer Sarah Dixon leavea Astoria
Momday morning for Portland at I
o'clock, and Tuesday, Thursday, and
Saturday evenings at 6 o'clock.
Returning; leaves Portland Sundaj
morning at 7 o'clock: Monday, Wednes
day and Friday evenings at 8:30.
8HAVEB TRANSPORTATION CO
A. V. ALLEN,
" ' DEALER IN
Groceries, Flonr, Feed, Provisions, Fruits
. , Vegetables, Crockery, Glass and
Plated Ware.-- Loggers' Supplies.
j Cor. Cas aui Sjutsioqae Street. Aswria. Ore
The Navies of the World to Be
HOSPITALITY ON A GRAND SCALE
Twenty-Nine Thousand Sailors Will
Celebrate the Event Lazza
rone Wins Suburban.
(Copyrighted 189S by ASsociateicl Press.)
Bertln, June 16. Public attention Juat
now is wholly concentrated on. the ap
proaching fetea at Kiel, in celebration of
the opening of fchei Baltic and North' Sia
Canal. Otiber questions and the events
of the cabinet crisis, which is hovering
in the air, have beea re&egafcd to the
On Friday next twentyntrwo warships
wMl be anchored in Kiel harbor, having
on board 11,000- German sailors, and on
.the many foreign waiiships, which will
be there at tlhe same time, Uiere wlU b
18,000 men id round numbers. The Unit
ed States squadron enlterei the harbor
today. ' 1 i
The lavish character of the hospitality
which will be extended to the crews of
the various foreign chips at Kiel, may
be Judged from the fact that the con.
tract, made wJtlh Hamburg, provides fo
the supply of 140 tons of fresh meat
dally, 2,000 bottles of wine, 200 bottles ot
.spirits, 10,000 bottike of beer, 6,000 gallons
of beer in casks, and 1,000 gallons of milk,
apart from the ordinary rations aboard.
FIGHTERS KNOCKED OUT,
Ooney Island, June 16.-S'careely 1,000
people took the risk of paying their-
money here itonight to see the bouts
which were sdhediuKd to take place in the
crena of tine Seaside Athletic Club. The
affair was a filzaie. George Green, of
San Francisco, better known as "Young.
Corbebt," and EdUi Fierce of New
York, who wero to box ten rounds at
cabch weights .were first to enter the
ring. During the flrait two round Ootv
belt punched Pierce where and when ht
liked, and In the third he hit Pierce a
right bander on the Jaw and he went
down like a tog, . failing on his face,
knocked out.. The police, headed by Cap
tain Cl'ayton, Jumped Into the ring and
arrested the flgihbera, time keepers and
referee. No decision was' given.
George Dixon and . Frank Erne then
climbed through the ropes. .The announc-
er Introduced the men, and sa.dj "Theie
men , have entered the ring to oomplae
the.r contracts but as the police will not
allow them to go. on 'there will toe nij fur
ther contests here tonight."
"Gdve us our moniy back," yftCed the
crowd. Tom. O'Rourke, D.xon s manugeh,
then addressed Wie crowd, and s'Jid:
''I am here with my man, and willing
to have him fight If the club will give ma
guarantees to protect him In court in
case of arrest.
Billy Nawman on betmlf of Erne, raid:
"We are 'here to flghit and wild rig to do
so, on the same terms O Rourloe slated."
The crowd yelled their approval, and
Sparrow Roberts entered the ring and
said: "The club has dwlded to) guarantee
the protection demanded by the princi
pals, but the police refuse to allow he
men- to box."
"Never mind tlhe police," yelled sev.rat
spectators, and it looked as If a rloi
would take place. They qu.eted down In
a couple of minutes, 'and the seconds of
thi men attempted to put on the glove.
Inspector Murphy and Oaptiln Clayton
entered the ring and announced that they
would not p?rmi't tlhe fight. The rrowd
then left the building-. Referee Hurst,
TIme-kyeper Stoll, --Young Oorbeitt, Ed
wards, and six others who were arrested
were admitted to ball in 1500 each,
THE GREAT HANDICAP.
New York, June 15.-jSpeolal to tlhe As
torlan.) Lazzarone, 10 to 1, 'won the
Suburban handicap today, Sir Walter
second, and Song and Dance third. Time,
The Suburban, greatly to the chasrtn of
the knowing on.a, resulted in a shocking
upset of their calculations, 10 to 1 being
laid right up to the last moment against
Lazzarone. Song and Dance was the
first to break away from the bunch when
they got the flag1. He was quickly paused
by Declare, who set the pace for halt
a mile, then Sir Walter made for tha
lead. He got It, ami ait the three-quarter
post was a length in front of Declare
and Domino, heads apart, others do;
up. At the turn into the home stretch
Iaiac Murphy moved up from the bunch
with Lazzarone and passed Domino and
set Ball for Sir Walter. Half way down
the home efireitch. Sir Walter and Laz
zarone -Were still heads apart, with Dom
ino, already beaten- and Griffin coming
ahead Tvitlh Song and Dance. Doggett
lashed Sir Walter unmercifully, but Laz
zarone was the bast horse and th vet
eran I mac MUrphy pushed him first past
the post by an open length better"than
Sir Walter second, and a length further
bock caime Bong and Dance third. The
fallen Idol, Domino, wtie among the "also
rams." The race was won In 2:07 4-6, good
time for the track, which was somewhat
slow on account of the deep dust. The
betting on the Suburban was em foUowsi
Domino, 20 to 5; Rubicon, 10 to 1; Sir Wal
ter, o to i; lazzarone, iv to i; Declare,
15 to 1; Song and Dance, 15 to L .
. . MILLIONS OF ACRES. i
. Washington, June 15. Millions and mil
lions of acres of lends are to be added
to the great homestead areas of the West.
The last congress enacted a taw provid
ing that the general government shall
donate to each stale in which there are
arid lands 1,000,000 acres of such lands,
on cond lion that the reclamation b dons
by the states. Already Idaho and Wyom
ing have compt.ed with the law, and have
taken steps towards seourinj the million
acnt within their borders. Lieutenant
Governor Miles, of Idaho, anl E. Meade,
of Wyoming, both engineers appointed
by their reripeotlve states, are . hers to
Complete the final arrangements. Their
miaaon promises to be very succesHful,
Tbey are receiving from Land Commis
sioner . Lamercaux toe mosf cordial co-t
"Ttoe steps which are now being takm
to sranononn an immense sect on of arid
country Into fertile ar.d fruitful O Ids,
said the commartoner, "will without
doubt e most far-reairhlnr In its ef
fect. Under the new law, however, the
state Is to undertake the work and is to
-!l the lar.at. in sactloca of r,.,t over
1C0 acres to any one petfeoh, for such
price bs can be obtained. The govern
ment retains possession- for five years,
and tf at the end of that time the re
clamation appears to be permanent, title,
to the land ' passes to the state and
thence to the settler. This means homes
and farms for a multitude- of people."
Washington, June 15. The Japanese le
gation received an official dispatch from
the foreign office summarizing the status
of affairs in the IsCand of Formosa as
At Tat Phu Fu and Tamsul, the two
Large cities In -tlhe North, all disorder !
at an and and peace is established. The
Japanese have put into ' operation tha
civil system of administration. German
marines were landed ait the cities men.
Honed, but have now been withdrawn.
Foreign settlers are now under, the en
tire protection of the Japanese army and
civil authorities. The mention of the
establishment of the civil system chow
that martial law, which was1 in operation
when the Japanese fleet and army first
amved" has given place quickly to an
orderly municipal system. No merJtlob
is mode of the reported uprising of the
A STRANGE CASE.
Eugene, Or., June 15. Warrants wera
today executed, charging Mr. and Mra.
C. D. McQueen; of this city, with tha
crime of incest. Mrs. McQueen was ar
rested today, and her hueband wlH prob
ably be 'brought In this evening.
The case is one of Ignorance of the
law, and the panties are very much em
barrassed at the predicament in which
they find thomselvea. On Jun 8th, the
county clerk granted a marriage license
to C. D. McQueen ant) Ada D. Purker
80 n, and they were married tha same day,
by Justice Wheeler, neither officer know
ing but whiait everything was regular.
Since tha marriage it has been discover,
ed that the man and wife are first cous
ins, and the law makes such a marriage
a crime. The groom is 20 years old and
the bride 15, and both had the consent
of tlhalr parents, who say they did not
know anything about the law forbidding
such marriages. ,
Cleveland, June 16. Tha following tele
gram has been received from Chauncey.
M. Depew, In reply to an Inquiry as-to
wheUier he could attend the Republican
League Convention next week:
"I have-notified the commltteie of the
Impassibility of my staying over the 2tn
at Cleveland to attend the League con
vention. I leave tomorrow for Nashvtlla
to deliver the annual address at the Van
dorbllt Undverslity. Returning, I will ar
rive at Cleveland on the 19Uh at 5 o'clock
and leave at 6 p. m."
It Is probablo that a delegation will
meet Mr. Depew at the depot and en
deavor to prevail upon, him to address
the convention. .
JOHN WOOD CONVICTED.
Portland, June 16.-John Wood, Hie tim
ber land swindler, was today convicted
in tho United States dlstr.et court- of
subornation of perjury. He Is charged
w.th having induced Karl Johnson, off As
toria, to file on a piece of land in Co urn
bia county, and appear before Register
Miller on July 23d, 1893, to swear that he
had seen ut when he had not. Then on
August Oth, 1884, according to the second
count, he had P, August Johnson, ol
Astoria, do a similar thing. These two
men ore now under indictment for tholr
part of the work, but will very probably
not bo conv.oted; they are very ignorant
and were easily lead.
OKLAHOMA GOLD FIELDS.
Guthrie. O. T., Junie 15. The Oklaho
ma gold excitement continues to spread,
Prospectors are flocking into tho Wlchi
ta Mountains by thousands, and horses
have doubled In value. Many ouUl.tert
have been unable to meet tlhe demand for
supplies. Boggy Camp, n Wlohita coun-
ry, now has over 6,000 people, and more
are arriving hourly. Some trouble ovei
claim Jumping is reported. Men return
ing from the gold fields report remarkable
finds, but so far reliable Information a
to the real value of the strike Is wonting.
FOUR MEN SENTENCED.
Denver, June 15. A tpecial to the Re
publican from Santa Fe says: In the
case of the four men found guilty of as
sassinating ex-Sherirf Frank Chaves;-, on
ftiay zaun, una, juage iiaim.uon looay de
nied the motion for a new trial and also
the motion tor arrest of Judgment, and
sentenced Frank Bonrego and AntonJo
Boirego to be hanged July 10th, and thi
other two, Laureano Alarid and Patricio
Valencia, at some later date not set.
The case will be taken to the supreme
STAGE HELD UP.
Tucson, Arts., June 16. A Telegram re
ceived by Governor Hughes states that
oie stage running from lilsbee to isacas-
ari, in Sonora, Mexico, was held up
Thursday by five masktd Mexicans. The
driver was killed land the robbers secured
' LAMONT COMING WEST.
Washington. Mune 15. Secretary La-
mont, Wlth-Mrs. Lament, w.ll leave here
neat week or a Western, trip. He will
be accompanied by Quarter-master Gen
eral Bachetder. Ifearetary Lament may
extend hla trip to the Pacific ccai-.
FINALS GO TO CHICAGO.
Chicago. June 16. The. University of
California today closed Its ' sarles of
events in the Easlt with the CJ cavro Ath
letic Association. The final score gave
Chicago -48 points and- California 86.
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. - ' THE NIAGARA. WINS, .
Southampton, June 15. In the 20-rater
class vac hit race today, the Niagara,
Howard QouM's yacht, won. In the big
race, the Britannia won, by the, time al
lowance of t seconds.
' GAME POSTPONED.
PortXand, June 15. The game of base
ball between the Tacoma Athletic Club
and the Multnomah Athletic Club was
postponed today on account of the rain.
PORTLAND GETS IT., : -
Seattle, June 16. The Portland Athletic
Club dofnatnd tha Seattle Athletic Club
In the twit game today, srors 17 to 1.
A DEBCRIPTTVTS WORD.
Mrs. Malaprop Who arsths two young
Indie nlavins that duet on the piano 7
Herr Btrawltxkl-One ts tta laughter of
Mrs. Malaprop And; pray, who l her
Word Flashed Over the Wires
"All Is Right;'
THE RAILROAD IS ASSURED
Hammond Heard Frora-Pronilnent
Citizens Discuss the Situation .
' aud Give Some Facts.
Victory has come to the city of As
toria. Tiro railroad la assured. A tele
gram was yesterday afternoon received
by a prominent Astorian from Portland
which stated: "It Is all right work wlH
coirwtKtnce." ... i
This means that the haul labors of the
"twenty-one" have been crowned with
success, that a steel banded highway,
will soon connect Astoria with the the
rest of the world and the avenues of
commerce -with the nations of the earth
viU paas through our midst. .
The hardest port of the work yet re
mains to be ' dome the actual work ot
construction, which burden wHl be borne
by Mr, H ammo no, and the prosecution
of Uh-s condemnation suits for the right of
way,' Upon which no terms could be ar
ranged, and the cleaning up of odds and
endts connected: wllth the same, which
work mud be done by the committee,
No summer vacations or lemgihy outlnjj
trips can be indulged In, but the high
stakes are well worth the sacrifice.'
As has been eUated in these columns
severl times, here has been no failure
on the part of Astorians to come to the
front, and there will bs noie in the work
of completion, if it takes J&0.000 more tot
expanses. A number of prominent citi
zens, including Mr. Benjamin Young,
were, discussing the situation, and sev
eral - remarked that they were still
ready to put up to the limit of thtlr
ability and proportion for any- addition
al amounts needed to carry on the work.
Mr. Young stated that while he fe that
great Injustice had been done him In the
newspaper diacuss.ons as to his refusal
to deed a certain lot, and in lieu of which
he hod stated that If it was necessary
ha would give 1,600, $2,000, 2,500 or $3,000
yet he stood ready to be one of any
number to raise twenty or fifty thousand
dollars more if neuded, in accordance
with his hold.ngs of-property, and that
at the round up he wouid be found in the
front ranks. He stated that his heart
and soul were wrapped up .n tha pros-
-parity of Astoria. '"Here. all his property
Is located and a J his interests center,
and he' would certainly be the last one to
stand in-the way of the city's real ad
vancement and future prosperity.
Mr. Young agre.d w-tn the remark of
a.rtther standing by, that It was not r.ght
or Just for the few to bear al. the brunt
of battle, when uaere were others who
could do as much, While stiD others of
smaller capital could do something, '!f
amy a HtKe,and tfo.y wou.d be equally
benefitted with the others, in proportion
to their property and business interests.
But that for one he proposed to stand
by to the finish, as he had done in tha
past. - The Columbia Land ar.d Invest
ment CO., the Scandinavian Packing Co.,
the old Fishermen's Packing Co,, the
Savings Bank lniterest In the Hustler
estate, In all of which Institutions he was
i director and owner, had given the r.ght
of way through their prop.irt.es. Besldeo
these Items It was learned that Mr.
Young had given $1750 for surveys, one
fifth of his property at Tongue Point aa
a subsidy, and his share of the notes
amounting to $760. Others have well
done thtlr share, but Mr. Young thought
that there were some who had no occa
sion to throw stones,
. Unity seams to have been thoroughly'
established, and whatever may be this
man's opinion, or that man's v.ews, no;
will surely be found lacking at the finis,
least of all Mr. Young, whose motives
have undoubtedly been misunderstood by
many, the pros as well.
Next week will sje real work commence
anl with the nw inspiration of half the
work aiccornpllBhed all will work with ,a
w lQ1 along the lines of mutual confidence
and mutual txmeflt. Victory, the watch
word, will ever dead onward and upward
In tha ptbgreag and development of he
"City by the sea," upon a high plane ot
New Exercises for the Development of
the Feminine Form. , . .
Take time for rest and time for exer
cse. Choose if you can the morning
after It en or the afternoon before dinner,
when usually one Is the most fatigued.
Get Into a perfectly loose gown or the
customary gitnnasium suit. .'The first
exercise is for the arms. Let them hang
at the sides a you stand eretct and then,
Instead of grasping dumb bells, clinch the
fisils energetically and make believe they
hold weights. WUhi all the nervous ener-t
gy you are able to command and with a
screw movement that turns the fleas
In, then out and up, draw them to the
-shoulder, the elbow remaining at the side.
Screw again and the fists and arms go
out kutenaily on a line with the shoulders.
Double back then to the shoulders and
the fists are screwed In front straight
out from the shoulders; reiturn again
and albove back, down and at rest, nine
movements, to be twice repeated, slowly,
energetically and with precWon. They
are not Intended to be "pretty to look
at," but they call Into play every muscle
of the shoulders and arms and every par.
Hcle of the grey matter In the brain Is
energised as well. A few weeks of It
and the arms are beautifully rounded,
while the wrists appear to grow smalltr
and Che knuckles are certainly not made
lumpy by weights or be(s.
Then for the legs: Gently rilsf the
body on the tots to sink very deliberate
ly, Just resting on the heel each time
' Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U. S. Gov't Report
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Sswsssw'hsBTk' twg$ Mlsrss
up, down, up, down. Nothing la so ex
cellent for Increasing the arch of the In.
Wep. I have seen lnkps made to order
by it. A first one feels the muscles of
the calf of the leg drawing emoi-mouaiy
and painfully; that is ail rluht. It mere
ly Indicates that those muecif have been
unused. If persisted in the contour of the
thigh and calf grow firm end one soon
feels grasping the pavement when walk
ing with a security and elasticity of step
that Is astonishing.
Next for the hipa and back: Wtih the
toe Strongly pointed swing each leg alter
nately in a circular movement balanced,
as soon as possible, on the stationary
leg. The muade along the inner leg will
draw In a painful protest against such
unexpected activity required of It.
To screw the head gently from side to
side, then backwards end forwards, does
no harm, and really adds In filling out
scrawny necks, while it gives a much.
to-Jbedesired freedom of .movement and
By far the most important of all move
ments are those calling Into action the
muscles of the abdomen and back. They
are better taken under the supervision of
a skillful Instructor, but no harm can
result If they are gradually pursued In
the order given. Weak backs may be pre
vented by them and cured. Rectal
troubles and other organic difficulties are
overcome by their use.
Stand upright with the feet rather well
together. Have a feeling call It a "men
tal Me" If you are a man of breathing
up the arms by a strong inhalation; ex.
pand well the chest by throwing the arms
over the head, then out, and with this
energy transferred to the tonso, bend
gently and slowly back. As the muscles
of the back' grow stronger throw alter
nately each leg bafkw-ard and bend the
spinal column very deliberately back as
the ballet girls are tiaught to do, always
avoiding extremes. Then with a forward
movement of arms and torso relax en
tirely, let both fail forward of their own
weight. The rest from tension with the
body In this position gives a delicious
sensation of complete rest. ' ' ' 1
Bend itheni to the right with the left arm
thrown up, the left toe poised to hold ..
for an Instant that side in slight strain;
so with the other side. - . .
Finally, standing upright with hips and
arms (at sides) Immovable, screw ' the
tonso and shoulders very ftowly from the
front to the left, and then right. After
a time and without a particle of strain
the shoulders can be moved to right
angles with the hips. That means flexl-
bllJty and strength of waist and hips
and back and the inevitable result la
grace, for al grace is no more than free- :
dom of movement.
Then, to end, He prone on the fioot
Without so aiudh as a pillow, &H soon as
you are able to do without. - With the
arms iightly clasped, above the head to
avoid any temytatlon (jo, use them
point the toes and lift the legs gradually
to right angles with the torso, using no
muscukar - exertion . except - thait required
of the legs. When this can .be accom
plished without effect there will be an
end to lndUgestJon and backaches and
Again lying fiat fold the orm- on th
chest and. move the. torso to an upright ,
position. 'Repmf tV-ida 'CTeirclse.- Then
open w.de the windows and cover your
self with a blanket, no mau er how hot
the day, cover over from chin to feet,
a.id relax every muscle. C ose the eye.
Let the arms fall at the- sides d ad
weight. In this aiama manner ,1ft ana
drop the legs. Squ.rm about on the hard
floor much as your old pointer dag does,
uniil you can feel yourse.f lyii g flat as'
a flounder, ''giving up to. gravl.ation,"
we call it In the gymnan.um, Forg.t your
body. , Draw In deep, long draughts of
fresh adr in regular, rythmic breathing.
Empty the lungs each time, work hard
over jt, until the rythm la estjbUshed
actlo.i, reaction, action, reaction. It is
the bal ine.ng of acUvlty and relaxation,
an equilibrium that ntorta energy and
establishes greater activity. Baf ra you
finish turn over and Ue on the abdomen '
as the Arabs rest on the r lon-T d ert
marches. Fifteen mlnut;s of this phyalc-il
and mental rest, and do take a longer
time fur It If vou can, w.ll result In a
renewal of energy that may be amazing.
i CURRENT NOTES. .
. A day off Yesterday, O-alveston. News.
There never was all this trouble when
people traded with wampum ar.d things.
New Haven Palladium.
Manager You anj mot going to have the
heroine In a snow-storm In t)he middle of
August, are you? Plarywtright Certainly.
You forget that the scene is laid in North
Chicago Detroit Free Press,
"Mike," said Plodding Pet?, who had
been reading from a newspaper, "what
kind of money do you like best T" And
Meandering Mike, as he foiled over far
enough to break off a daisy that tickled
his ear, murmured: "Any kind." Wash
' "This Is the lat elm I shall bring this
blH!"- cried the enraged collector
"Thanks,". replied the Impecunious editor.
"You are so much more cons.dwrate than
the other fellow, for he said he was go
ing ta come agalm!" Atlanta Constitu
tion. Skillful, as Ever . Kdward-lsj A Dick
going oft In his writ-Inns?
Kdlwurd It seems to me he has lost
that exquUI'te delicacy of touch he used
Forrest (ruefully) By Jove! You
wouldn't think so If you hud seen him
work me for ten this morning. New
It was at dinner, and there had be?n
chicken, of 'which, the little daughter of
the house had partaken with great free
dom. "I want some more chicken," said
Frances. ' "I think you have had as
much as Is good for you, dear," replied
Frances' mamma. "I want more," and
Frances pouted. "You can't have more
now, but here Is a wish bone that you
and mamma, can pull. That will be fun.
You pull one side and I'll pull the otIh:r,
and whoever gets the loiiKvr end can have
her wish come true. Why, baby, you've
got it! What was your wJrh, Frances V
"I Wish fon some mora chicken," said
Frances promptly. She got it this time.
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