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bound up in the cavalry. The mother
had let him go with prayers and tears.
The letters from Ryan were buoyant,
and unde no mention of care or trouble
of any kind. How could be ask his
father’s help when he had refused his
By OTARLES KINO, 0. 8. A ,
offer? The colonel rejoiced at the
AuVuir ot "The I olunel't IJaughter," "T h »
youngster's independence and decision,
UeterUr," " t'rnrn the Hiinka." " lHite-
11M l .
although he said nothing to his wife.
raven Kam-h,” "T u o SuldUn."
Then came Frank's orders for Arizona,
and Mrs. Hearn sobbed herself to sleep.
P*f]ni|ttit. im by J B IJppiocoa Compnny
Again the father said, "Resign if you
Philadelphia. and poblt.bnd by sjsMliai arrange
like and I'll start you here," but in the
a*«ai with tb«»uj.J
solitude o f his library he kissed the boy's
Bat an unexpected ally had been discov
letter and blessed him in his heart of
ered. Hearn, who hail at first held aloof
hraryi for replying. " I wouldn't be my
in aolitnde, brooding over his troubles,
father’s son were I to resign now, with
liegan to show decided readiness to
the prospect of sharp fighting ahead." [ G Y M N A S T IC S IN THE HOME.
come. And though at all times grate
Heaven! with what trembling hands and
ful and most attentive to Mrs. Laue,
Women of fasliiou in New York are
tear dimmed eyes he read the glowing
that clear sighted young matron speed
In a |M>sltl«ui t«> derive a great deal of
ily noted how his handsome blue eyes
valuable Information from a series of
telling how brilliant and daring the boy
would wander about in search of her
lectures given there, say* the Chicago
quietly observant friend, and that ever
Chronicle. Miss Kathryn Stall y Is the
the Apaches. He drape! the Stars and
since the night of her tilt with Lawler
lecturer, and her suhje«,t Is physical
Miss Marshall's interest in the case had
culture. Attendance «m the l«H*tures
lor, and bade the neighbors in to drink
been quadrupled. Now, this was not
to the new eonth and the old flag, anil j
exactly what Mrs. Lane had planned.
even Mrs. Hearn, ever pessimistic and
She wanted Georgia to marry in the
filled with secret dread of vague tempta
army, but she also wanted, and saw
tions that she knew not of. fearing them
nothing in the least unreasonable in so
more than peril or ambuscade, took
wanting, to select that spirited young
heart and strove to rejoice that Frank
woman s husband for her. She did not
was such a soldier. How shocked and
for a moment think that there was any
sorrow stricken they were when but a
danger of Georgia's falling in love with
short time after came the tidings of the
He was several years her senior, to be
old captain's lamente«l death! How they
•ore: he was handsome, distinguished as
studied all Frank's letters and learned
a soldier, a man of unimpeachable char
to know the regimental officers through
acter as modern men go: but, she ar
his eyes, and longed to meet that capital
gued . "ho is so much younger for his
adjutant, la s s , when he came to Cin
ears than Georgia for hers.” She had
ad to think bo much for herself, and
Col. Hearn even took a few days off
now the man she should marry was—
and the north bound “ flyer" on the
TO KKlll'CK «’OKPri.KX«'Y.
well, not crabbed old Maj. Kenyon, of
(jneen and Crescent to go thither and
course; he was a widower—sour and yet
make the acquaintance of his boy's has been gratify!ugly large, allowing
susceptible. Ij was only too plain that
friend, and sat for hours with Lane at clearly that the woman who desires to
he loved to come to the house and talk
the clnb, listening to his praise o f Frank. go iu for athletics is no longer a nov-
with Miss Marshall by the hour, espe
Then came the eastward move again, I city. Every woman, whether she will
cially when the cavalrymen were all
and a brief leave, and the mother's heart j admit it or not. longs to be beautiful.
down at stables. Neither did she want
yearned over her stalwart son, wonder I and since she has learned that physi
the doctor, whom Jeannette McCrea
ing at the bronze and tan of his once fair cal culture is akin to beauty she is de
could have i f she would only make up "/# there no officer yon kmne to take uji skin and rejoicing in the strength of his voted to the cause. Miss Staley says
thu cate fur you?"
her mind to drop Jim W alla«*, who was
handsome face. Mother like, she songht that to learn to stand properly is the
now so devoted that the yearning med overtake a lie, ami as in this rase the long talks with him and strove to cate prelude to all the exercises. To stand
ical man had no chance whatever. No, he had a week's start, these expo chise him as to what they did when not correctly women need equilibrium nor.
she didn't see, after all, just the right nents of the ethics of American journal actually in the field. Was there not s
man for Oeorgia; still she had al ism had reason to feel moderately well great «leal of dissipation? Did they not
ways thought of some one so much satisfied. It would be prudent, how play cards? Were there not too many
older, utterly ignoring the fact that eTer, to let the matter "simmer" now; temptations to drink wine? What op
when left to themselves most women and there were other reasons, too; so portunity had they for attending tlivine
have very different views of their own. Mr. Abrams was recalled from his mis service? etc. So far as he himself was
N ot a word had she uttered to Oeorgia. sion to Central City and set to work at concerned he answered frankly, but as
the foundations of the character of a to his romra«lee, all these questions be
of course, but to her loving and indul
gent spouse she had gone so far as to say: gentleman just spoken of in connection had laughingly parried. He had now
“ It is lovely to see how ho is beginning with the coming municipal elections. been six years an officer, and had never
to find comfort in her society; but, He had hitherto borne an unimpeach once asked his father for money, yet she
able name in the community, bat his nursed her theory
Fred"— And madam« breaks off. irroso
*.t under it all there
friends had committed the grievous of was somet' ing hidden. From childhood
lute, yet suggestive.
"But, Mabel"— responds her gray fense of speaking of him for mayor be- I she had been taught that army life
eyed lord with indefiniteness equal to fore The Palladium had been consulted, meant frivolity and dissipation, if not
and it therefore became The Palladium's rice, and now at last, when her hnsbund
was miles away from borne looking af
“ Just suppose''— And then another duty to pull his props from under him.
Contenting himself for the time being ter investments he had made in Florida,
pause on her part.
“ Just suppose what, Mrs. Lane—that
came this startling and terrible confir
tary authorities at division and army mation of her fears.
it should snow before September?”
KXKHCISKS FOR LKOS AND HACK.
“ Now, Fred, you know, or else you
In glaring head lines, in crushing,
men, military precision. She must
haven't any eyes for"----
damning terms, in half a score of promi
“ I haven't—except for one," says Lane, baring brought to light the scandalous nent northern papers she read of her son be careful not to throw her cliest out
parrying the situation with the very condition of affairs at Fort Kyan. and as a ilmnken bally, a gambler, an abnormally and must learn to have
that it had received their assurances that abusive tyrant to the helpless men com her arms hang normally from the shoul
words he knows will most delight her.
/ ju «absurd boy!" But she comes as a result o f its efforts Lieut. Hearn mitted to his charge, and, utterly over- ders and to see that her spine is held in
fluttering across the room to reward him would be brought to trial by court mar whelmed, tbe ¡>oor soul had thrown her an erect and easy position.
Here is a useful exercise for women
as he deserves. “ What I mean is, Geor tial, this public spirited journal wisely self upon her knees to implore of heaven
turned its attention elsewhere. Other tho strength to bear the dreaded blow, with weak backs. It also strengthens
gia might get to think of him."
"W ell, everybody is thinking of him papers, of coarse, kept up the hue and and wisdom to gnide her anght in tbe the muscles of the hips and inner legs,
just now, and in the light of such a cat cry. but The Pioneer's columns having effort to reclaim her wayward boy. The it consists of a circular movement of
tastrophe I suppose I'd have to make warm'd them that their martyr was gray haired pastor, for whom she had the leg with the toe strongly pointed.
after all only ascamp. and their victim a sent, came and mingled his tears and Swing each leg alternately with a olr-
him think of her."
“ He «Iocs now; and if he doesn't—you young officer with acapital military rec prayers with hers, and then they hao cular movement. For strengthening
the abdominal organs and to reduce
can't make people fall in love, «-an you?" onl whom the court might after all ac between them written the letter that
corpulency try the following exercise:
"Agreed, Mrs. Wisehead. Neither quit, it became necessary to prepare the was now before him;
Lie prone upon the floor without any
can you prevent it. can you? I know 1 public mind for su«*li a tmuleveraeun-nt
It is but the cociflrniatioo o f » long haunting
support under the head and clasp the
couldn't stop a fellow from falling in by pitching into military courts iu gen fear I have all along felt that you were holding
something from me. my non, nn«l Clod only hands above the head. This position
love with y- 'l some few years ago, hard eral as "Star Chamber" affairs, organ hack
known how I bare prayed that thin cup might be will produce a strong tension upon ev
as I tried. The more I tried to put you ized only to cx>n\* t privates anil white- spared m e and this sio avnrted from you. I
ery muscle of the torso. Now. with the
away, the more you kept coming into waslr officers. one journal going so far dreaded the temptation o f army life for one of
toes strongly pointed, lift the legs grad
that fellow'» empty head." (Here Capt. as to announce that a “ court martial for your impulsive temperament I strove. I rebelled
against the idea o f your being subjected l,, such ually until they are at right angles with
Lane is rewarded again, ami as soon as Lieut. Hearn meant simply that a body companionship I hoped against hope tbst it
able to speak resumes.) "So why worry of men, each and every one of whom might not be as 1 feared, but. alas: my intuition
was in the daily habit of violating every was right after all Do not think I am angry, my
“ Well, I'm not worrying exactly, rule of decency and hnmanity. waa to bov I V not let this drive you from us As soon
sit in judgment on his case snd declare as it is over come home, and all that a mother's
love cao do shall he done to spare you further
bitterness. My first impulse was to wire your
"O nly what? Every man can't have him innocent."
James at Washington to aak if something
a wife like mine. Still, wouldn't she
could not he done to avert the court martial, but
make rather a good one?"
Dr. Wayne, wboee aoo waa in the army
“ Good? Goodness! But the question from scores of anonymous senders as he before the war, telia me that it is hopelem. and
is to find the right man. However, 1
that the beat that ran he dooe is to get your mug
know what you mean, Fred. Don't in less room; but this was not all Nearly nation accepted, so that, though you have to quit
the service, as he say*, it may not he hy the die
terfere; so I won't. And there they are
grace o f a sentence
I have, therefore, wired
chatting in the parlor, yet, and it's time first assault, and the home letters, for James to go at once to the seervaary and fir
Wayne has also invoked the aid o f some influen
for him to get ready for parade— Why,
here's Mr. Mason!" And Mrs. Lane, and longing, hail began to come. The liai fr-enda. W ire me instantly on receipt ot
to round th k aumsv
this, that I may know that you are beariog up
who had slipped into the dining room,
It will soon he over May Hod sustain
using no muscular exertion
caught sight of the adjutant at the front
you. my aoo. is tba prayer o f your devoted and
The Palladinm of the first three or fonr distracted
except that requited of the legs. To
P. 8. — Prank, my w o n t anxiety Is on your po«w complete this exends«» lie prone again,
"W an t is it. Mason?" asked Lane, a days, sent no one knew by whom, snd
fath«w'n account I dread to think o f the effect with the arms folded upon the d ie t and
sudden trouble in his eyes, as he hurried they were quickly followed by others.
this news will have upon him fie never appro
breath until you move the torso to an
What «vas it Thackeray wrote? "There dated the danger an I did.
through the hall.
"T h e oidonel wishes Mr. Wharton to are stories to s man's disadvantage that
And this was the letter poor Hearn upright position. This exercise makes
assume command of C troop temporarily. the women who are fondest of him are was almost raging over when the door muscle and displaces fat cells. None
I'm ordered to place Hearn in arrest," always the most eager to believe."
opened, after a single prefatory bang, o f these exercises should I k * attempted
until the corset is removed. They may
A devoted woman and mother was and in came the major.
was the answer, in tones that tremble«!
be practiced in any loos«» flowing robe
a little despite Mason's efforts at impas Mrs. Hearn, but her sole knowledge of
"Hello, lad! How are you today?
army life wss derived from what she Tbe regulations which forbid your visit as well as a gymnasium suit. In the
Lane's hand was extended as though had seen around their nearly ruined ing the commanding officer don't pre beginning fifteen minutes should !»*•
to close the parlor door, which stood home in a southern city about the close vent his coming in to see you. I suppose. given to the exercises In the mi>rt»ing
ajar, but he was too late. The clink of of the war. Frank’s boyhood was spent Any more newspaper attacks? You
the scabbard without had already been in straitened circumstances, but little bv couldn't have got much worse if you had
little his father's toil and pluck had re
heard, ami almost at the instant Hearn
stored their fallen fortunes, snd, s been running for president of these
steppe«l forth into the hall.
stanch soldier himself, he could not United State«. I see that three papers
“ You won't have far to look, old fel
wonder that the young fellow's heart of ray beloved home are now calling me
Here I am."
should be wrapped up in the hope of s ugly names because my brother published
“ My heaven, Hearn! I thought to find
commission. Poor Mrs. Hearn! she had a letter in which 1 had the temerity to say
you over home, or I would never have
looked for something far different, and to him that Welsh was a sneak and
come here on such an errand."
even her pride at Frank's winning a Abrams a slouch and you a soldier; but
“ Never mind; I am with yon. Good-
cadetship st West Point by competitive I never expect anything better. Why.
by. captai n; say good afternoon to—to
examination did not reconcile her to his Hearn, my boy, forgive me. Some
the ladies for me."
entering upon a profession which would thing's wrong, and here I'm rattling •TRENOTHKMXO ABDOMINAL MUSCLES.
"B y Jove! I ’m going over with yon," amoriat* him with such characters as away and never seeing it."
• ud fifteen at night. T o produce the
said Lane, snatching a forage cap and
"Read that." «aid Hearn; and the
the had ceen about the time the great
desired effect they mimi lie practiced
springing down the steps. He «lid not
army was being disbanded, and hun- major read, with wonderment and con systematically.
want to encounter the questioning eyes dreils of officers seemt d to have nothing cern deepening in hi* grizxled fare, then
to do bat «»rouse. By the time he was turned away to the window with a long W t t « h i n g l o n % M o n t B e a u t i f u l W o m a n .
Iu the opinion of a distinguish«*«!
But Mabel and Georgia Marshall met graduated his father's practice had he whistle.
member of the diplomatic corps Miss
at the parlor door.
roine so well established as to warrant
Rachel Fameron. the daughter of Penn
“ Have you heard—do you know?" was
[ t o a s o o tm ir u a i> ]
the squire-colonel's yielding to his wife's
sylvania's Senator, is the most beauti
the faltering question o f the former.
ful young woman in WaAhiugtou *ocb
Ik W i n H* korofhody*« Waterloo.
“ Hear! Know! W ho could help hear
Secretly he rather wanted the boy to
Ing? Is it not an outrage!"
Among the strange coincidence?« of his n y to-day. Miss Cameron's beauty is
go on in his career, and was prooder of
not of face and figure alone, but her
the chevrons the handsome young cadet tory none in stranger than that now pre whole personality is imbued with an
C H APTER X m .
captain had worn than of the old tar sented in Maryland, where a man inimitable grace and charm, that ren
tr Frank Hearn waa a wronged and nished sleeve knots that he had put named Bonaparte is fighting f o r the sen- der her Irresistibly beautiful and
unhappy man before the regiment away so reverently the day after Appo atorship against a man uamed Welling charming.
man-bed away his trouble* seemed only mattox, where Lee’s kindly hand had ton. And it look« us if Waterloo ware
A F a i r C a t t le S h i p p e r .
rested for a moment on his arm when he going to be avenged.
intensified now. Deprived of the com
Miss Fluker a lace is a new oue at
•tend of his troop and confined to his went to bid hta beloved chief adieu.
T h « I* r lr r a t a fla t t I r t i* Id.
City. Cattle were cuusixu.Ml
quarters In cloa* arrest, he wss con Yielding to her entreaties be offered
The battlefield of Bn 11 Rnn hau be«*n lately to a commission com|»au> to *ei|
fronted by a new sorrow, one least ex Frank good inducements to drop the
. . . .___ , Bold for W*s than
an acre. Thu ?s • nil Mias Fluker went to tbe yard*.
ported, yet hardest of all to bear
b* k" Ul- ™ - * T «.-o m i-n f, * Karp lnatrue':uDs aa t«> the manner of
tba y o u n g s Mid hi. heart was
The sharp amanita of The Palladium but
AN A lid i PORTIA.
to a certain extent had been discon
tinued. One great and influential jour
nal o f the northwest had taken the
pains to investigate tbo situation inde
pendently, and was now giving its read
ers the benefit of the facts in the case of
the much heralded martyr Welsh. And
when that eminent patriot was thus
shown up in bis true colors the othet
papers had to moderate their ecstasies
on his account. Very few managing
editors, indeed, had not already been
shrewd enough to see what he must in
evitably turn out to be. But the origi
nators had hope«l to effect their on
slaught on the army before the actual
character of their witnesses was ex
The moment The Pioneer came to the
rescue it was time for them to change
the line of attack, for no one of their
number dared lock horns on a question
of fact with a journal so fearless and re
spected. Still, os the truth can nevei
PALMER COX NO PLAGIA
Th« Uruwultt Mau Chat« About th«
A certain wiseacre, Henry ft
.fho lives at Stockton, C'al., hsa
ered that Palmer Cox did uot i#r
brownies, ami attacked him us,
ry impostor uni) plagiarist.
When seen ill regard to the
recently iu Lonisville, Mr. Cox
"T h is is simply absurd, barssN,
ba.-eil ou the false premise that
the pseud«! inventor of the brown
have uever made such a claim. 1
u.s well have a.—erb'il that 1 hud«,
the gnomes, the elves, the gohkmg^^_
“ Invent them? A man would
himself down an ass to make oJ|G
claim about the little |ieupls
the feeding und yarding. The young
woman Is not yet -■? years of age, but
la «veil posted III cattle values. When
asked how much her cattle would s*‘ N
for she replied that they ought to bring
$.-(* a heil I. When sold they nettl'd her
*10.77 a lit-iid. This allows tlial she had
a gis.ll estimate of the market.
Miss Fluker lost her father some time
ago by drowning. As she whs Ibe «uil.\
member of the family conversant with
his affairs, and especially the live stock,
sufficiently to place U to an advantage,
she was |>ul In full charge of that
branch of ilie osiate.
Woman to W »man.
Tin* belief that worn«*!) canuot l>»* fair
to women is rapidly becoming uo more
than a moribund superstition. So fur
us women’s meetings and societies are
concerned, they appear to be just sutttci-
eutl.v imperfect at present to make
them excellent school*, in which women
can study the art of handling their fel
lows. Iu such schools as these each
woman comes tolerably by iter deserts.
Tlie sensible woman, perhaps, receives
rather more than her fair share of ad
miration as compared witli the irre
sponsible charmer, and the superior
woman, who thinks most other women
either silly or shrieking, is apt to be
voted a prig. But good will, a little tact
and some natural generosity of temper, King .Tames made a special tot
will make a woman popular iu almost meet. True he found only a uuini
grandfather hud seen tlie boost
anv women’s society.
miliar, but tit is serves to show tba
F a c e « o f W om en.
There is character, but uot a great
“ My only claim to originality!
deal of warmth in this face. The broad
tbe idea uf muking up a bro\vnii|
brow belongs to a woman of intellect,
representing all modern nations,
the somewhat narrow, widely separ
the artist’s standpoint ull I didi
ated eyes are those of a student, but
make a change from the old
uot uf a dreamer. The nose is rather
men’s conception of the elf or go
nondescript. It does not give to the
goblin. They were ulways shown ^
face an appearance of great power of
strength. The mouth is not beautiful men with beards. I held to their p lane
according to the classical standards of es and their pointed shoes, b n tlj
beauty. It denotes an evenly balanced them baby faces, with broad jovri
disposition, for it lacks tbe downward big, wondering eyes. Just why I
droop of the pessimist as well as tlie pleased the children you most i
upward curve of joyous natures. The children. All I know is that \
face is not that o f a woman who has m e ‘ the brownie m an/and I
suffered intensely or who lias rejoiced proud uf the title. ”
Intensely. One would say. looking at
STRANGE NOISE. fhe e
her. that her interest lit life was of the
quiet, unexcited sort which is generally M b d j I V m o u 4 TVrrifl»*«! I n I LJttu iy
lucky V illa g e.
rt is the face o f a woman who has
The little village of Stark, Kj.,J
won renown ns an ednentor— Mrs. Alice
all the people for miles around arearits i
Freeman Palmer, formerly President
enssing one of tlie strangest »
that ever agitated that comm unity]
Ou Tuesday last, a beautiful day«
not much wind, a horrible noise, if_____
scritiably fierce, assaulted the air.^H
was between u scream and a h o «lfe e ,
bad iu it such a terror that p< "pl'nftetf
almost paralyzed with fear. Horn*in OVv
cattle shrank to the earth and
the most pitiful cries. Pigs unitriVthi
were frantic to hide, and fowls act«? b y fi
i f eraiy.
The sound lasted fully a miunte | not
many women fainted. N o oue i«|ve n<
whether it came from tlie uirotoi the 1
or what caused it, but The Carter Orfparti<
Bugle suys nothing like it w icnionfl
It was confined to a space five c the h<
square. Beyond thut no one bon thei
Scores of people yet feel the effei«*.
New York Recorder.
MKS. t U I K PSKRMAIX PAI. MK».
HOW TO SECURE PEAC?“ “ j L
of Wellesley College, and Dean of the
Woman's De|>artment at the Chicago
University.—New York World.
“ a n a e r s o f P i e r c i n g l h e K a rs .
Tborner. iu the Journal of the Ameri
can Medical Association. calls attention
to pathologhul conditions that may fol
low piercing the lohult's of the ears, a
custom lie considera barbarie. Death
has resulted from trim us. erysipelas
and gangrene, «vhfle many observers
have report«*«! fibroid growths at the
seat of iujury. which are apt to recur
and may become malignant. He In his
own experience has seen erysipelas
ecaema and tumors. Including fibroma
and keloid, follow, and this leads him
to believe that such conseipiences are
more frequent than Is usually surmised
He hole's it will speedily he considered
an evidence of brutality to subject a
child to such an unnecessary and mutil
New Device to Remove Wrinkles.
The Itmg-Bought-for device to remove
Wrinkles has at last lieen Invented by
a Philadelphia woman who lia* secured
a patent ti|>nii her clever invention. The
arrangement constats of two bowed
arms of watch-spring steel. ending Iu
chamois pads. The arms fit around the
hack of the head, drawing the flesh
ha.-k until It is smooth. When worn
during the night it is claimed tuat the
device Is very effectual.
T r i l b y t o Re M a r r i e d
Miss Dorothy Baird, the young wom
an who has made such a sin-cess as the
London portrayer of Trilby. ia said to
be engaged to Sir Henry ! Irving's
For Wtf • beeil ;i
Certain GuarMiitre of I’ cim «. and i
No politician and no financier
imagine that lie can hoodwink uu]
us to the character of tbe motive*
may impel him to try to tram:
\ * m
« it *|lie '
thwart the president when he gi
terance to the noblest traditions
y % l l
highest obligations of a mighty*
J n * N<
The advocates of peace at tanyfl
might us well butt their heads up» 'fai «
u rock as seek to divorce the l
from a programme which vindicate ma|
majesty and honor and proclainMy°f j
duty and its destiny. He who wjat i
have ns halt or swerve in the vp^of
path no which we have now entenHT
guilty of egregious folly as well
In the world’s history there
a conjuncture at which an unflindji
readiness for war offered a moreo
guarantee of peace.— N ew York hta
I d IM ac« o f W a t e r .
The South African newspaper*si fci
full of amusing incidents in
with the Rand water famine,
ter at 5 shillings a bottle is ii
use for culinary and washing
The demand for Florida
rum, eau do cologne and other
of like character is unprt___
great, and anything that can l*
into the service of the toilet co»i
a fancy price. A mixture of
and lavender water is said to f
isfaetory results, und even vaselin*)
benzine are by no melius
t l i n t « l o r t h e PHI D i a r y .
l.et us resolve, if we are married, to
try to lie as |s.lite to our husbands as
\vv are to other people.
If we are liousekee|iers, to spend our
money on goo«I food instead of era-
bcoiilered centers for the tulde
I f we „re engaged, that we won't tell
Jack how much finer Eth.-I de Styles'
diamond riog is than Ills.
I f a man lakes us to the theater thit
we won't look in the restaurant’ win
«lows as we go home.
I f we are shopgirls, that we will lmv
a little attention to the woman who
doesn't bay high-priced goods.
l.et ns also res«dve to make the new
year an improvement on the «dd. and if
from the old we have brought forward
SI1 unsettled nrmwint of anger or hatred
or malice, let ,,s «. pe «iff the score and
take a frisk start.
D ro p « M r k r l a n d T h e n Tri*-
H. N. (Jifford of the Bell Tel
company at Louisville has substf
Manager (George N. «tone of tl
ciuoati cum puny a project ri;
the slot mai inné scheme for u*e
nectionwith the telephone,
tendent Uifford has already
tbe system in his city.
1 he scheme is to make a nickd
ped iu tbe y Jot the agency by wl
nection is established for couv*
Manager atone is quoted asfav
T h e y H a d to LROgh.
Mr. Depexv's latest little joi»
to be at his own expense. He
telling how he dropped $42,000#
street, and bis hearers laogbsd
force of habit. — Boston Herald-