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GERMAN WORK PEOPLE.
THE TRAVELS OF COLUMBUS.
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who has I , .1 .
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Colonel Bingham as maste» ot evremo
nies at the White House, thus become«
oue of the most picturesque odh-ers of
the entire military r tal>!.-la'iett I»
not taken liohl of them; they go to no
football or cricket iuatel.es, although
there are matches, an ! other classes In
growing taste for
nnd sj«>rts. I went to see a
fiotball i intel: I tweeu I>
a neighboring manufacturing town. A
similar match anywhere in manufac
turing England would have attrn '.ed
trom 10,000 to 20,000 sons of toil, wl.o
would have shouted themselves hoarse
from beginning to end. At tlje Ger
man mateh nut one put In an uppear-
anee. When I left the field toward the
. close of the game the spectators, who
had slowly Increased during the after
noon, numbered exactly slxty-five. They
were not workingmen, and »hey show
ed no excitement whatever,
played the association game, not very
iv&zned—j&nta Maria de la Coaci pcJe
well. The national game in Germany
Fcrna.ndiaat and isabella.. He f.‘ ixi
is kegel, a kind of skittles, and it Is
landed at Neuvita.8. and sen' v- - _
i played at public houses, but not by
workli: men or seldom by them. They
followers to locate an Indian » ' . .
play cards sometimes, but not a great
was ¿appointed and sailed awe, -.
deal. In short, games uiny be ruled
out as ail item in Industrial life. '1 hea
FIND À mXB ¿.Y XND À VASE,
ters and music balls count for more,
MAJOB THOM.VS W. SYMO!»S.
but for nothing like so much as in Eng
A School Jo. Cat».
any other country he would be known land and in America. They are less
The Fnffolo’s Tri*
What do you think of that? lhe as lord chamberlain or by some simi numerous In proportion to population
A Puffol.) made him a boat of a pillow
And went out to «ill on the bounder4.r.& rehool does not exist in fairyland, but lar Impressive title.
und are only visltid by the* working
In the midst of the city of Paris.
classes to a limited extent ou Saturday
Professor Ronnetty Is very fend of of public buildings and grounds tu tlie and Sunday. Detroit News and Trib
And his mast vuh u withering, wavering eats, and has actually started a school I District of Columbia,'’ but this descrip une.
tion gives a small idea of the actual
nis pupils are generatij' stray cats
The Puffolo MfUJ ti’l lb« ocean grew bub that no one wants; ho takes them, functions ot the post. Unusual social
In the fourteenth century thistles
prestige attaches to the positlou. As
And the sea wsu> becoming quite hilly and keeps them In a large room and feeds the military aid to the president he will were used as food for cattle, and they
enjoy uuusual terms of intimacy with Were considered ns a crop. In the ol.l
The waves rolling high,
He dots not Iinrae<l!air4jr begin to Mr. Roosevelt and will accompany hrm priory of Lindisfarne there Is a note
Would make any one cry.
rnd the Puffolo looked very timid and teach them, but watches them to form on his journeys and stand near hitu ou lu the archives of liit 115 of t'nick
some Idea cf their character.
leather gloves required for the harvest
all state occasions.
He feeds them cn bread and milk
The social duties ot the position, how ers of the thistle cron. It Is curious
T'll be saw comin«’ toward him a wnata and liver, and it Is . .prising to see
ever, form but a small part of his re- ♦hat, though the tiils'ie is the cmbl.su
who was draggin*
. ver seems able
A very magnificent red and green wagon; how the most mtsera! ' ■ starved look spoosibilities. He must arrange foi of ¡Scotland, the S<
The whale was quite fat
ing cat under his good
-atment turns the elaborate state functions, carry to say which !:!:• I of thistle is the
And wore a straw hat.
Into a beautiful. blo<
pussy tit for them through anu pay all the bills. true natio:
* .1.: .n. It is said that a
And in his left fin he was holding a flagon. any lady's drawing room.
There are, besides, many Important en thistle which lesembles Cardans mail
These cats are taught to lump gineering duties. To Major Syinone anus was . . ¡red ou the old coinage of
“Hello!” said the whale. With a jocular
through hoops, over chairs, to elimo
the day of James V„ who was first to
-To your rescue I’ll fly in the shake of a over very high poles, to walk the tight- will be Intrusted also the sums which
congress annually appropriates for the put thistles on the Scotch money. The
rope, etc. All these lessons are taught repair aud maintenance or the White horn s; oons sold in Edinburgh some
On condition, dear sir,
That this boon you’ll oonfer:
times have little silver thistles on the
Peay, fill this small flagon with kerosene never 1ms to punish his pupils; he House.
Among other things, he will pay all end of the handles.
depends on their affection, and cun do bills presented for silver, china, linen,
What Did She Meant
The Puffolo turned very paAe and then with them wliat he likes».
carpets and furniture supplied by the
Kitty—L'o you think Nellie Breese is
government. The executive mansion is
And his boat seemed to grow rather
The Test ot a t-Ahy.
maintained partly out of the publl« real nice?
smaller and frailer.
Bessie—I don't know. Why?
He never had heard
A Itttie girl from a crowded tene treasury and partly out of the private
Of the sirup preferred.
Kitty—I told her Fred Simmons gave
And things looked quite dark for the poor ment Louse was delightfully telling a puree ot the president.
friend Ln the college aetù«ueut about
Major Symons will assume the re me a very flattering compliment, and
her new teacher.
sponsibilities ut h<s difficult position M she said any compliment that Fred
Eut he said: “Would you Just as soon
cauld.gtvj? me jnu^t be flattering.—Bos
“She's just a perfect kujyî that's what May 1 next
have, my dear whalay,
Petroleum treacle? i lunch on it dally.”
'Huh! How do you know she’s a per
The whale said, "Why, 3 .x.
I’d like it. I guess.”
fect lady?" questioned her friend.
So the Puffolo rode home serenely and “You’ve known her only two days.”
"It's easy enough telling,” was the
indignant answer. "I tepoff sho’s t
perfect lady because she makes me feel
polite all tire Lima"—Youdij» Compai>
YULETIDE IN SERVIA.
Tti. Poor Save For tloutbo to Boy
Their Christmas Pig.
In Servin they keep Christmas eve
in a somewhat peculiar way. The fa
ther of the family goes into the wood
and cuts down a straight young oak.
choosing the most perfect that he can
find. Ho brings it In. saying. “Good
evening and a happy Christinas,” to
which those present reply, "May God
grant both to thee and mayest tlrou
have riches and honor.” Then they
throw over him grains of corn. Pres
ently the young tree is planted upon |
tiie coals, where It remains until Christ
mas morning, which they salute by re
peated firings of a pistol.
The national dish in Servla is pork.
The poorest family In Servla will pinch
themselves all through the year so ns
to have mopey enough to buy a pig at
Christmas. Skewered to a long piece of
Mr. Mulduckle—Bedad, I don't cure
wood, the pig Is turned over a blazing
fire until cooked, the guests watching if the doctor did say I rfnwl bov a mus
the process with increasing interest tard plaster! I’ll not take another bite
After dinner stories nre told and songs cf lti—Cleveland I*1afa iXMjjyfc
sung. Santa Claus, who, in the person
The Greatest Dnnger,
of an honored guest Is present to re
ceive instead of to give presents, de
ports after the feast, decorated with a
long ring of cakes around his neck and
laden with such gifts as his friends can
On hi • w y lie foil ml
•nd Htv them. He w< ?i'.t a
■¿r ior .•Vid round su
l»1w.s !laid tu ell f:
.1 kR til.T
--n», ■ cr'cd I'ln' e
So he ate and be ate until I? ■
'mt cut liny
any lucre, and then lie :
Imuitf to his mother.
Mother Pig looked them nil ove
Snatchy and Taily were comui:;.
»ad seemed hungry. Piiike.v. uii
toulrary. was happy cud ljuiod
his sides v.-. :• ■ puffed.
“AU, Uu!" thought Mother Pig. ' i "■ill
sy had plenty to cat 1 wonder if h
was uuy better than what 1 . *i 1’1
»ee.” But she was too lazy to
herself, as she
. dTaiiy a-.: ktoa.eliy
“Touiorrov.-.” Flie >: !*’. "I want you
to follow Ik .key. lie certainly fed wet
today, mi'l you might us well tomor
row. if l:e does, mid thou you cun tell
me nil about it.”
The u.x; * y tlie two little pigs d'd
r told them, but they had
:i L;i trd tlUK l.ndi
I’inkey, for h* .an
IIS fl ’list as his little legs would <■ irry
lii:;i. . lie knew exactly Where to < awl
ihro; ::gb the f“i ices, w bile his pursuers
i a result Tally
iis head betwoi a the rails ami ! .tehy
•...I up I.Il l d. ,va lu great o:..' ■meni
*.it I’inkey would escape. At .■ligia
hey foil' d tlie I: le and t. 11 >w'.1 th. ir
•pother In hot pun.v.lt.
When they saw l‘l::ke;
!U* fr eyes stuck out.
"Oh. fiiy !’’ < r!c I
«nd take some
“Nc said Taily; “K i
Pink. y goes to sleep, t
Mid lie will never kn< '
Mt it as fas»t as lie csi.*.’
But by and b.
»ke. lie saw that 1 r.
i. ..ap;,a. cl.
Ab. ini." he exclatr.
ihe marks t .t It w
Bnstcliy. To .oircw .
alth my fat i mlher an
I guess I’ll t up earl; .'
•lie corn—the craw. "Uii
■le cried as he wntche
«o when I'inkey went home tlie crow
lad a feast.
The next day I’lnkey ar*we at 5 nnd
tarried through the forest.
thieves had come in the n gilt and ear
tied all but a little of the corn away,
but there was enough fur Dinkey, nnd
nnd nte. He had finished it all
but three grains when tile crow on tlin
tree saw his mother, the pig. coming.
•Ah." thought the crow. “I’ll bare
hose three grnii.s.”
“Oh. Mrs. I
said lie, “the early
llrd got tlie worm—the early blr<l got
Z.e worm, nt.
n:. 1 ft wasn't me. It was
Pinkey. tree bling with fenr nt the
sound-*, ran li..u the bushes. Alas, the
•n <t!v r pig (I'd not pursue him. but
rame to gather the three grains ot
"Caw!" slirli ked the crow. “Mr
iVo'f pi!< od Imre I ♦ night HUd
smelled. l!osmo!1o*l p' - no I sn w where
you i.-*| ent'’:i I'Ce.i l">. ‘Tomorrow I
will coi::e h< r>‘. and 1 si all bo sure of
i ¡1 :e f it p ■• for supp i .‘ And, Mrs
dig, 1 can see him. II. 's coming. Now,
fat. : <>r enriil I“-i!
<o they svaddii I t 'll
,'nst as they could,
mother coming and
wolf. A thrill of
♦¡end town I ls buck
N ur, bof re that time tb<‘ tails of tlie
pl s wire straight, lint sucli <i terrific
t cm* - < f fe:*r ran ''own Pinkey’s back,
:!■ '.vn tn tlm ••ml of les tail, that Ids tall
/i.'ve a ’Ittb *• >••!. then atiotlmr. so that
by the tlm*' Im reached the stv it was
DR. EARROWS TREATING A PATIENT WITH FORMALIN FOR
,-’.rfi“l tlrh’ Ami lie never could uu
eurl 't mm! ■ However, tlie pigs ill!
C. C. narrows
ternity by inj.ctiug a solution of formalin into (ho veins of a patient who was dying om I «ilmlv—1 It '.nd . i imied tile style of
I vusirlti.. .-ilt t./ l.<. so today it Is hard
likiod poisoup-g. Tit. putiont, who had a temperature ol 108, promptly rwwrer«d.
find a |>ig with any pretensloaf
•osar fuCims sritli •> at th 'gilt one.
A French Drpsity*« For.
A French deputy receives a salary of ■
0,000 francs ($1.900). He also reoetew
free railway transportation and free (
InncheoiLS at the Lar at tbs Pululs '
Bourbon, where many a kiwmak.^ !
spends more time than hs does tn the k
Salle des Seances. Some are accused
of taking all their meals at the free .
lunch counter. A deputy even gets, ut j
reduced rates, a special brand of cigar,
which Is called “eigare de deputes.”,
With these cigar» ire treats his influen-'
ttal eotortfiwnts. Ln spite of all these
privflrgwi there have t*ev r»r-y w»
plaints thwire«» hs bac a h-rtr» per-
tonal Income, a deputy cannot lint ds
sentiy. Therefore many members of [
parliament when they are not well to
do have to moke up for toe lnsufflclen
cy of their pay by contributing to news- j
papers or pleading in the courts.—Con ’
Look II iKtwv.
Never cultivate second or third rate
folk except for artlstjc purposes. Meet
them. If you must; leave them when ;
you can. You need expect nothing from I
them that they cun courel-ntlously 1
Withhold. for they are after your goods !
While keeping a strict and J uloiis,
watch upon tLelr awn. All you can g>*t !
from them ts material, never any spir- ,
Itual. intellectual, wise, sane er cwrul
er helpful messages.
Juat Lika a Wonmn.
-She's running a correspondes*.'*-
reboot; teaches tire secret of suv.eaA"
-Just like a woman to tea* aocreta-’’—
Detroit T-hrae Pte—..____ —
W*u* a .Great llirnw Mnkv» aa»*1
Hud Some Odd Way».
Herbert Spencer wan no linguist.
Itocause of eye strain which affected
his health he did not even know Ger
man. His pamphlet on education »'as.
however, translated iuto fifteen lan
guages, including Japanese.
Spencer was a grant phrase maker.
It was he who popularized the word
“evolution" and explained one of the
’’* — .me you paOceigua have to be phases of the Darwinian doctrine as
on the alert all the timi*’’
“the survival of ths tlttesh" He also
"Yea, ma’am; we do. â roundsman Introduced Otots’s oolBrd word "so
or uu loeyciw |a Itaigfi to happen ciology.**
CtaM kM attaute“*c«a6 fatrfc J«atr
He w»* a bachelor and lorx lived u
boaidinw tMw* Finally he »»4 ra
an ehtablLsbmmt «f hl» own. where he
could have about him people of bis
own clioosfDg. A favorite aelaxatlot
fn bls inter years was to alt In the
open doorway of his house and listen
to a piano plnyed In a distant apart
ment. He had tlie player trained. A
thump of bls stick woe the slgfinl for
her to stop, nnother thump for tlie mu
sic to proceed where It broke off
Spencer was fond of piny lug billiard«
Once at Brighton he invited a smart
youth to a game. The philosopher had
four Strokes and «con'd two while th •
youth ran out . Mr. Spencer put away
nnd said to
his cue with deliberation
LLs opponent: "A moderate degree <;£
cxpertneM In a
i gntao of skill Is agr<v
able and even CT editable. Such dexter
lty :w yon «bow Is evidence of a m>
Visitor—Put your taflk 1r. the right, spent youth. Good iffterrtona.”
and no harm can r,«-4 yui
Pugilist—Bat was juJr <» trcublc. I
Yon might shed your t*nfl
put pie faith in me
Srt!r-vx ontiticy w iilfl new JTMÓ-
JV..S Coo much tor ore.-pQ0(gHfU New*.
■to’-d the snertfiw,
I WHY PIOS HAVE |
; CURLY TAILS \
There was once u
a utou, fat pig,
»nd she bud Lhree littlo pig ublldreu wlai
were so quarrelsome tliat ’lie moth*»
had great trouble with tluau lu Dying
to keep them quiet wlitto glut took lie»
long naps. Sometimes they squealed
to loudly that they could bo heard for
halt a mile, aud tboti tin* ruother pig
who oouM ur k'•■«*» v»tw4 k> a-im*»,
krosu, tluvA e—z AuuOA
■UoveU liami that wgj* sod till«, ami
*U~a Usry w«e quiet tohi thiz. thut
klu- would uDt let ttaig Usv* sr.ythfrg
st all to eat If they <1M nut behave.
There was sure to be peace for awhile
¡u tlie sty theu.
Hav-iug settled t!i.i^ tire return* I
with a self SLtlsfii-d ulr to U-r sinus
bets, for she fult the. world waa in
debted to her for Laving put an end to
Out day the pig family had i.ud u
very fine dinner. So Moth* r D g de* !'!
id »he would Lave to sleep the root o«
tne day. • But it wilh not very toi.g to
lore tlio youiigsfers nv. ke and s'grt. J
yut to hunt something more to eet
I’lnkey w.w n corncob and ran for >1,
Put Br.at'hy aud Tully saw It. tog mid
they nil luxMCie ho excited In tryl.ig
h to get It for himself that timy f -U
i r their mother, tred o»i I„ r sld.»
thue kicking her :t. 1
- »!'• i; .'•■ »1 «
loudly as they
The mother aroso In e fury mid
them out of the sty.
Cholly—Tlmt deg knows Ju
es I do.
Adeline- 1 dare i-iv.
Jn.t the Hoy For th- Fitte*».
Butcher (to applicant for situation)—
Let me hear you go through th«
weight» table, boy
Boy — Fi.nrteen ounces rtmke ona
Buteher-Tbat 'll do. I'll engage you.
The Great I'ncllt, Bnaiu.
The greatest b.v far a mo,' .rent
g* I'ogrnpliie features la the Pacific b isln.
if all the continents mid it»aml,< i . onu-
Ing the face m' tlie earth w r ■ jolticd
lu on» great coullueul, ii ■ ex.ciò w oilld
scarce equal 11 .t oi the gn.:. i O e.m,
ami if the mass of all the lands ■ < the
glolm above tea I* \ el wile pom..I Into
tlie Pacific linrelv more (han a i .■! ;htb
of the basin”would be tilled, Lti. i tlie
me. 1 .
of our world surface Is w:it . A full
third of this vast ei.uiilis < r a <.carle/
of tlie sup* Ilins o the plam t, hi that
of I he great ocean, wiuio ill
ara of such iLvptli Ihnt ,u fidi 1. if of
tlw water of lì e earth is : th
Ita basin. In ever;, vii
-, ' :e!ilc
1* vast, so vest as to tax if vol > uu»-
pas» our powers ot cuUtemplulio.u
"Jane Is so sentimental. V,';., :i he»
Gog died, she wrote u co> ¡>iet a' out it.”
•‘Doggerel. 1 suppose."
”1 su (lose .<■. Anyway, she v . do 1)
<m a pi e ot Ixirk and bad i!
4ogwood.' Cleveland 1'1.' i ;• . ler.
I 1» at
KvfiMou For It.
Park.* ixo.is voi.r b»by k/xep you tip
I-ino I si mild ojy ,1. Why. 1 haven't
been immo boZorj mi-.ln.glu for a inuutù
Nell-A girl seldom marri*«* b- r ideal,
A mm she?
Ueli. E. <ome othc-i follow g ueinl-
ty comes along with u lot. cf m
irtiLLwL lphia Record.
THE TRAVELS OF CO lu MBUS
En cour, t
i a severe ¿ok and
fearing that hi» bowl would founder.
C o !’.'*?! jv # wrete on »rarebment an
. Sic ?i«tcve,-;eo nnd pv! it
, • hirh L» iiirc » overt
The i'liua aji.,i tkzrrled him
:» n ' h