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NEKS OF THE WEEK
In a Comlcnsoil rorm for
HAPPENINGS OF TWO CONTINENTS
A Itosumo of llio Lost Important but
Not Lou Interesting Lvorits
of tlio Past Wook.
Marshall Field continues very nick.
France has recalled hur envoy from
Tin revolution In Kouador Iiah been
Tim Kusslnn government U gradual-
y reconquering HIlHirin.
Morales has nought roftign In tlm
American If Knt Ion hiiiI resigned III
Mr. Ohadwlck li now In (hit Ohio
penitentiary serving her l().)iat Sen
tence. Ktisnln pay nn annual iitrct til
ail,mi(',H)Oiin her iintlonnl 1I1.I1I11 of
Mil kind. ;
Ktru papers have contained never
nl severe article 1111 Representative
Wnll street linn been shnkeu by tint
discovery o( several million dollar'
worth ol f.irgrd Block certificates.
Tint New York Life Insurance com
psny linn again been admitted to ,Hb
mmrl (or the transaction o( buslnc.
Flatten nmy soon renort In force In
settling her Veiiexuelnn trouble. Klin
lll not In (till concert mIIIi llio United
Tim body ol Tlinnm Nasi, famous (or
hi cartoons during Ho Tweed's time,
m 111 he brought to tlm United Male for
Tlm knlior I making great prepara
tions to suppress Socialist demouiitra
tlous which nrn ex polled tlirHilioul
Troop nro running down Morale.
Two Annapolis harms have Ixmn
(omul utility cl IiaiIiik.
Pram) lm broken off nil diplomatic
relations with Veuextiel.
Himtlmrn cotton planters condemn
negro UImit ntnl Hunt ItiunlKrntloii.
ItiiMlnn authorities are preparing for
trouble on Red Sunday, January 22,
Cleveland dw)larm himself to w In
favor o( publicity ol campaign ex
Kir Thomas I.lpton in making plana
(or another clmllniun In 11K)7 to men
(or tlm Americas yacht cup,
Tim Carnegie led worka at Green
vlllo, Pa,, Imvn been destroyed by tiro.
Tlm lots will reach 1000,000.
A statement iMunl by tlm Rtustau
government shows that tlm recent wnr
with Japan c-t u.or.o.ooo.ooo,. of
thin nmouiil $202,600,000 In yet tin.
Jjirgn quantities ol dynamite Imvn
diapirared (rotn government store-
hausra In Denmark nnd It I liellevrd to
Imvn been stolen nml cent to Ruralan
Tint deepest copper mine In tlm
world, nl Cnlunmt ,Mlrh,, li on Urn.
Threw men Imvn been burned. Tlm Urn
U (rum lml( to three-quarters of n ml In
below tlm tstrth'a iiirfacu.
Two turn wnro klllrd by n rvoln nt
a initio nmr Kurtkn, Utnh.
A K"t (orKrrr n( rnllwny itock Imi
Itnin riivrBlid in Now York.
Harvard unlvemlty Im nnnounrMl a
el ol rovUixl (ootbnll rulna.
A flrn nt Kolioncctaily, Now York,
tleitroyixl 1100,000 worth ol property.
Flro ili'ttroywl tlm Wormwood ware.
hon(i, lloitoti, ontnllitiK lot ' M-Si'
Ilnrmniin'i trial Imi Upon deilnltnly
not for the tail wirk In March. Tlm
licnrliiK wilt bo In Waihlnu,ton,
Hinmla lint acoiirt-d n lonn ol n0,
000,000 from Frvnnh bnnkora, kIvIiik
tlm itato rnilrondi na n uiiiirnnteu.
A BtnmppiMlo la on to Mnnhattan, 80
tnllna . nortlirat of (loldflold, Novadn,
Cold haa boon dlacovorcd In largo quail
A I'aral cablo car dracondlng nn In
cllno t?ot bnyond control. Flltcon pn.
BotiKora wcro Injurod, thrnu ilnnKr.
A now Mothodlat church la to bo
ktillt In OIiIcako which la to bo tlm
tnllcat In tlm city. The atructuro will
The United Ktntoa Kovornmont con.
tlnuea to prcpnro for troublu In Ohlnn,
whlchl a llkoly nt nny llmo to bo tho
hcoiio of nn nntl.foroiKoutb((ink.
The knlior Ih confined tohla bml with
Franco irotita OKnlnat a (real. Inault
Germany fonra tlmt wnr will follow
tho Moroccan conference
King Kdwnrd haa called for the oloo
tlon of n now pnrllnrnonl
UliiRor Hormnnn Is In Washington
and alk. Ilia trial will occur in Feb
President l.oosovelt has submitted a
lengthy report on the Panama canal to
8KOOND IN TIIADE,
Imiimnao Volumii of Utiilnoia
Qormnny Durlnj; 100ft.
WitnhhiHton, Jnn, K.Trnilo butwncn
thn United Htiili'M mid Ourtnniiy, whono
coiiiiimrclnl rulntlona nrn now tlm mill-
jm:i in ni'Kolliillona hctwcun tlm lo
coiiiilrlna, nKHri-Kutnd In tlm (In nil ynar
IH0r nvor !IUI),()()l),000. A rHirt
iHniiud tmlny by tlm Imri'itu ol Htnll.
Hen til llio tliipiirtiiimit of Commute
mid l.iilior, mtyas
"Tlm Itiipiirla from (Icriimny wcrn
IIH.tHIO.noo In vhIiio mid oxcfodt.d
lniKrta from that country In nny nnr
llnr year. Tlm ojporln to (iitrmnuy
worn MM, 000.01)0 In vnliin nnd nx
cmkIwI our iixiorla to that country In
nny i-nrllnr year except IU0I, In which
ymr tlm total waa ovur i!H,000,000,
llila ilit'rtmiin In 11)05 coinpnnid with
11104 havlnu orctirrml In rnw cotton mid
bnliiu dun nltountlmr (o n (nil In nrlcca.
allien tlm qunntlty In 11)05 wnn grrnUtr
Unit In 11104. Importa from (lurmnny
liicrtnni-d IU7.000.000 In tlm norlod
from IHUr to ID0U mid nxporta to tlmt
country Inert-lined 110,000,000 In tlm
"(Inruiany alanda km-oiii! In tlm
ordnr of iiiaKiiltuiln of our trndn with
fori'lKii coiintrli-a, both aa to liiijMjrta
"Mnufncturea nrn tlm bulk ol tlm
fllH.000,000 worth ol umrolinudliio lm
imrlixl from (Ivrinnuy,
"In inanulncturi'ii, rnpcrlnlly cofipnr,
mlunrrtl, lentlier, fclcntlllc limtrmurnta
mid curtain innuufacturna of Iron and
nil-el, our export to (Inrumuy ahow n
atnndy Kfonlli. Tlm vnlun ol coppnr
In bara and platen nxporttd from tlm
United Ktali-a to (iurmany amonnttxl to
WILL THY TO QET FACT3.
Missouri's Attornoy General Says
Does Not Expect Much.
Now York, Jan. 0. Attornoy Gen
ernl llmllcy, ol Mlamiurl, Mid tonight
tlmt lm would prolmbly Ask for a hear
lug In tlm Kuprrmo court In this city
on WYdnrfdny or Tliurnlny to drier
in I mi wlu-tlmr II. II. Hognra mid other
d I rector ol tho KtnuiUrd Oil company
muslmisnnr iu-ntloiiN nl tlm hearing
before CominUilmmr KnnUirn regarding
tie oniitrol ol oil companies operating
"I conle," lm cay, "that I did
not have much hope when I caum hern
that tlm Ktnudard Oil directors would
toll -.bout tho Ktmidard Oil control ol
tlm Wntom I'lerio Oil company ami two
other companies operating In Missouri,
but allien tlmy Imvn appearixl In anawor
to subpoeiia, I shall makw the brat
effort I can to have them tell tlm
"I don't earn, of courro, to have any
liody commltl'Hl for contempt. 1 ahull
ask tho court to hnvo tho wllnrra dl
rrted to aniwer cetUin queatlona
which they havo ilecllnel to anawor.
I( tho court ordera them to answer anil
tlmy still rnluae, I aliall havo to Icavo
to the court the question of contempt.
"A refutal to answer In such a casn
would bn next beat lor my purpoe to
nn nnswer In the afllrnmtlve, alnen It
would be iqulvalriit to an ailmlsslon."
KENTUCKY IS RAMMED.
natllethlp Runa Acround In For; In
New York Harbor.
New York. Jan. U. - Whllo tho bat
tleahlp squadron under command ol
Hear Admiral Kvaua wad piocredlng to
sea toilay, the Imttlenlilpn Keanargo
and Kentucky ran aground In the har
bor off tlm West Hank light hoimo.
The Alabama and Illinois worn follow
Ing next In linn, and Imforn tlmy could
niter their course, tlm Alabama collid
ed with tlm Kentucky, striking her a
glancing blow, Tho Illinois Just got
clear of the Ungle and proceeded down
tho bay, anchoring outside tlm bar with
tlm flagship .Maine.
The starboard aldo of the Kentucky
alovo tlm water linn was qulto badly
damaged. Him will come up to the
navy yard tomorrow for repairs, Tho
accident occurred shortly nfter 1 P M.
Tlm Alabamn stood by to render assist
ance to tho Kentucky mid Kenrsnrgu
and wireless mvsnagea wore sent to tho
ilrooklyn navy yard for tugs.
Place for Consumptives.
Iloston, Jan. 0. Mayor John F. Fits
gerntd, who presided at tho meeting
which closed tlm tuberculosis conven
tlon nl Horticultural hall tonight, said
in his speech tlmt by tomorrow night
tho net calling for a hoard of trustees
for tho establishment of n hospital for
consumptives to cost $160,000 will
havo passed tho hoard of aldermen, and
will noon alter receive his nlitnatuio.
The tuberculosis convention, which haa
been In session hero for two weeks, Iniq
been n urcat success, tho hull being
crowded at nearly all tho lecturer.
Floods Destroy Cro pi.
Mniatlan, Mux,, Jan. 0. According
to Ignnclo Fouiito, government director
In the town of Apomot, tho peoplo of
that town and tlm surrounding country
nro fnctng starvation. Crops hnvo been
almost entirely destroyed by tho recent
inundations, nuu tho roads imvo been
rendered Impassable. Thousands of
cattlo perished In Northern Klnalon na
tlm result of tho Hood. Tho loss
throughout Blimloa will amount to
several thousands of dollars,
Damages to Amorlcnn Property.
Bt. Petersburg, Jan. 0. Mr. Meyer,
tho Amorlcnn ambassador, haa received
from tho consuls nt Moscow nnd Odessa
detailed reports of tho liijurloi suffered
by American proporty during tho ro
cent riots, A atntomont of tho damages
claimed will bo forwarded by Mr.
Meyer to the Btate department for In
, IN THE NATIONAL HALLS OF CONGRESS
Friday, dan. 12.
Wnghliigtou, Jnn. lii. Interest was
Injected Into Hid Philippine tariff do
hitto In tho house tod it y liy "Mnssnehu
sit's hhm" tariff expressions by Mc
Call, of thai state, by a character study
of the Filipino by Imgworth, of Ohio,
mid hy n defiuiso of President Itoostivelt
by l'ou, a Democrat from North Caro
lina. Ilesldes Ihesn there went n num
bur of spenuhrs delivered on tlm merits
of the hill, nearly all of which were In
opposition to It.
(hiring the dny nn agreement wns
reached whereby tho debnto Is to con
tinue for two days moro, The houso Is
to meet at 1 1 o'clock tomorrow anil
Monday to close general debate nt f
o'clock, The measure will be taken up
for Amendment under the five minute
ruin Tuesdlay, anil doubtless disposed
of on that day.
Thursday, January II.
Washington, Jan, 11, lloforo going
Into executive session today, tlm eenaU
listened to a speech hy lleyburn In
supHirt of his hill creating a national
honrd for the control of corporations,
In which ho denounced Wnll street be
cause of Its allcia-d Interference with
tlm affairs of tho country, lie said
that when the "street" could not die
Into the financial course of tho govern
ment, It wns ever ready to threaten
dUaster, mid lm pleaded for legislation
that would rob It of such iKjwer for
The remainder of tlm open session
waa devoted to n d I spin's I on of the prac
tice of the seuntn of sending resolutions
to the calendar after they had been
under discussion. Ilaoou raised the
ixdiit of order that there was no rule
requiring audi a course, and said his
Moroccan resolution had Ih-cii Improp
erly placed on tho calendar. lie also
contended that tho resolution had not
hntl a day'a discussion, Tlm matter
was not dlMicd of In open session.
tin argued that lm could not say what
had occurred when tho question was
under consideration In secret session,
but when prisu-d said that If permitted
to do iKi he would say that tlm resolu
tion ItseK had not been considered at
that time. On tho suggestion of Mor
gan, the senate at I ''.'0 p. in. went into
secret session (or the consideration of
Washington., Jan. 11. The Philip
pine tariff debate In the house today
consisted moro of party maneuvering
for alvAtitAgoous campaign material
than of discussion ot the question at
Isiue. Tho tariff was the text of a
swch by Grosvenor. o( Ohio, who be
gan the debate, and ot an extended re
ply by William, tho minority leader.
The speech of Grosveor waa aplccd with
witticisms and enlivened with Interrup
tion from Champ Clark, at whom Gros
venor nlincd most of bis arguments.
Williams outlined tlm specific tariff
doctrine of thn Democratic party and
linni mat tne J.epuiillcan tarill was
not, as so ollen clalsued, responsible for
tlm prosperity of tho country. To
prove this, ho cited tho prosperity of
Canada, Mexico anil other countries at
tho present time, and the business do
prcislon of these countries during tho
liard times of lHD.'l.
Adams, of WIeonin, oposcd tho
bill, but advocated tho readjustment of
the tariff on business principles. Mc
Klnley, of California, delivered his
first speech in thn house in favor of the
measure, and olnted a finger of warn
ing toward tho growing industries of
Wednesday, Jan. 10.
Washington, Jan. 10. Tho senate
made It plain today that It had yester
day all that It wants to hear for the
present on tho Moroccan question.
Thero were two opportunities to resumo
consideration of tho subject, but both
were avotded, apparently with tho as
sent of all the members, and tho senate
adjourned at a comparatively early
hour rather than tako it up.
Notwithstanding the early adjourn
ment, a great deal of business was dis
posed ol. Atout 80 bills were passed,
leaving on tho calendar only alx or sev
en, Of those passed a largo majority
grant private pensions and many aro
bridge bills. One of tho bills favorab
ly acted upon appropriates $200,000 for
the approprlatu marking of tlm graves
ol Confederate soldiers who ill us I In
Northern prisons during tho Civil war.
For tho rest of the session the senate
Rave attention In turn to tho question
of salaries paid to Panama canal olll
clnls, to tho pure food bill and' tlm
Revolt Against Cannon.
Washington, Jnn. l. Speaker Can
non's efforts to win tho insurgents over
to tho Hamilton Joint statehood bill
have met with little success apparent
ly, and tho Joint statehood proposition
la still shrouded in uncertainty. The
Insurgents claim thoy havo moro than
68 votes, the number which, coupled
with tho solid Democratic vote, will
force a consideration of amendments to
tho Hamilton bill. Two or throe He
publlcauB are reported to hnvo been
won over to tho ndmlnUtrntlon meas
ure, through Kpeakor Cannon.
Dills to Decldo Old Claims.
Washington, Jan, 8, Senator Fulton
today introduced bills referring tho
claim of tho itnto ot Oregon for money
pnld volunteer troops for sorvlce dur
ing tho Civil wnr to tho court of claims
for adjudication; referring certain
claims claims of Wauklakum and
Mocqueclnhwomuck bands ol Chinook
Indiana, Chohnlia Indians and Wheo
lappa band of Uhlnooks. The claims
aro on account of lands taken from
them by the government.
merchant murine shipping bill, but
without taking action on any onu of
thosu subjects. The canal subject was
discussed by Hlmmons nnd thn puru
food hill by lleyburn. The only nctlou
taken on tlm shipping hill whs that of
reading it at length.
Washington, Jan. 10. A vigorous
speech In favor of the Philippine tariff
bill by Dalxell opened tho proceedings
in the housu today. It was followed by
several others against tho measure,
most notable of which was n two-hour
address hy the veteran statonnan, ex
Kpeakor Keifer, of Ohio, who returns to
the house after a retirement of 220
years. Keifer besjioko a "atandpat"
doctrine ol tho most pronounced typo.
He said ho would opote tho pending
bill because it waa a concession to
Democratic principles. Ills speech was
replete with recollections of earlier
days and lecolvod the closed attention
nnd liberal applause (rotn both sides of
Tuesday, dan. 0,
Washington, Jan. 0. The propriety
of discussing in open senato a resolu
tlon Introduced by Senator Ilaocn cal
ling upon the president for nn account
of his apioiutm?nt ol delegate to a
proponed conference In Moroccan affairs
to he held by Kuropcan powers at AI
gericas, fipnln, was considered for four
hours today, and then by strict party
vole, It was decided that the resolution
should lo executive business. Paeon
In supporting his resolution, contended
for a public session, and Himoner de
clared that the adoption of the resolu
tion would lie an encroachment by the
senato tion tho constitutional rights
of the president, ami virtually of his
owers as chief magistrate.
Washington, Jan. 0 Thn Philip
pine tariff measure was the single Ionic
of consideration In tho house today.
The speeches were uniformly against
tho measure and wero allowed to go, in
general, without answer. Digression
In tho form of tariff revision discussion
was made in a brief speech by Ulllo'.to,
of Massachutetta, who lavored Cana
dian reciprocity. Itonyngc, ol Colo
rado, discussed the bill from the stand
point of tho beet sugar industry.
Monday, Jan. 0.
Washington, Jan. 8. Tho senate to
today gave attention to the Panama
canal, the situation In Santo Domingo
and ttio merchant marine shippling
Tho canal bill question carne np in
connection with a message from the
president, in which, among other
things, he Invited the closest scrutiny
Into all that had been done by the gov
ernment in tho Isthmus of Panama.
Gorman made that utterance tho text
for a speech, in which he criticised tho
salaries paid for work in connection
with the canal, and urged congression
al Inquiry. Ho said that tho president
waa not so much to blame as congress for
his assumption of control on the isth
mus, anil that the chief mistake bad
been made when congress released ita
hold upon canal affairs. Ho agreed
with Gorman in urging tho rights of
congresa In connection with the canal,
and said that, while congress had dele
gated the matter to the president, tho
latter practically had referred the
whola matter back to congress.
Tho senate took up the merchant
marine shipping bill and Gallinger
soke in auppoit ol that measure.
Quoting the utterances of Presidents
McKinley nnd Koosevolt on tho im
portance of building up tho merchant
marine, he urged congress to heed these
admonitions by passing a law that
would relieve the situation.
Gallinger estimated that the aggre
gate expense to the government for the
entire ten yeara of tho proposed sub
sidies would bo $40,000,000, and that
the amount being devoted to the en
couragement of Irrigation is many
The senato then, at 4:13 P. M., went
Into executivo soosion, and at 4:20 ad
journed. Idaho's Senators Duty.
Washington, Jan. 8 Itepresentatlve
lleyburn today Introduced n resolution
permitting him to apiioint a messenger
for his committee at $1,440. Senator
Dulwis has accepted an Invitation to
deliver an address on February 12 at
Springfield, III., at tho Sangamon club
hauquot given on Lincoln's birthday.
This la Mr. Dubois' boyhood homo.
New Lightship and Tender.
Washington, Jan. 8. In tlm absence
of representation in tho house from
Oregon, Itepresentatlve Hepburn, of
Iowa, introduced n bill authorising
tho llghthouso board to immediately
expend $1 120,000 for tho construction
nnd equipment of a now light vessel to
tako the place ot light vessel No, 50,
off tho month of tho Columbia river,
which is now undergoing repairs; also
a bill authorising tho construction ot a
new llghthouso tender, costing $150,
000 to replace the Mnntanita, which Is
deomed unworthy ot repairs,
Senate Will Investigate.
Washington, Jan. 0, All matters
relating to tho Panama canal and the
government of the cnnal xono and tho
manngoment of the Panama railroad
will bo investigated by tho senato com
mlttteo on intoroceanlo canala. This
was decided today at tho first meeting
of tho committee. The investigation
will begin on Tuesday next, although
there may be a special meeting in tho
Interim to take up tho nominations of
HILL ON PHILIPPINES.
Occupies Attention of House Three
Hours Tolling What Ho Knows.'
Washington, Jan. 0. In n session of
five hours today, the house placet! on
record a speech In favor of the Philip
pine tariff bill, one against It, and a 20
minutes' talk for tariff revision accord
ing to the Ilopublicnn demand of Mas
sachusetts. Hill, of Connecticut, oc
cupied three hours, and was llstoned to
with the greatest intsrest In detailing
the knowledge he gained from two
visits to the Philippines, tho last as a
member of tho party. of Secretary Toft
last summer. Ho paid particular at
tention to the tobacco feature of tho
measure, and explained away much of
the misapprehension as to the enor
mous products that might be expected
from the Islands. Their territory, he
said, was small, and the fertile lands
still further limited.
Mondell, of Wyoming, who has led
tho fight against the bill in the in
terest of the beet sugar Industry of this
country, spoke vigorously against tho
measure and against tho policy of help
ing the Filipino people by granting
them open markets in the United
States. Ho said the passage of this
bill would bo the death knell of the
beet sugar Industry In the United
The abolition of the tariff on hides
was pleaded 'or by Lawrence of Massa
chusetts, who prt-scnted tho position
taken by the Republicans ol that state.
Information regarding immigration
from Austro-Hungary contained In re
ports hy Marcus Ilraun was nsked for
from the secretary of commerco and
MAY HOLD BALANCE.
United States May Act as Arbiter
Washington, Jan. 8. Tho agltarlon
in Kurope over the coming Moroccan
conferenco and tho result It may bring
has spread to this country and officials
hero aro now deeply interested In the
matter because of tho recccntly devel
oped fact that the American delegation
has become the most prominent factor
of the gathering.
It haa been believed here that the
various European governments which
aro so deeply interested in the confer,
once, notably Franco and Germany,
had agreed to a program which would
bo adhered to rigidly. Tho possibility
of a split between these two govern
ments on some of the questions In
volved may throw the United States
into a position where its delegates with
thejr votes will have the power to settle
the qnestion. In that event, it is con
sidered, the position of the United
Elates may ln-come embarrassing.
It is learned on good authority that
the United States government will do
everything In ita power to bring about
a peaceful settlement of the Issues
which will be discussed at the confer
ence. From this it appears that Presi
dent Roosevelt has again determined to
use all his power in keeping the world
at peace. The difficulties of the situa
tion are great and tho American mis
sion will undoubtedly havo much work
to do. '
Will Defeat Statehood.
Washington, Jan. 8. Tho Republi
can "insurRents" ot the house now con
tend they have formed a combination
that will defeat the statehood bill and
carry the Philippine tariff bill with it.
Thoy Bay they have 70 Republican
votes which will be supported by a
united minority, to defeat n rulo pro
hibiting any amendment to tho state
hood bill. They will amend this bill,
thoy say, by admitting Oklahoma and
Indian Territory as one stnto and leav
ing Arizona and New Mexico out for
Dolliver Will Fight Delay.
Washington, Jan. 8. Senator Dolli
ver, of Iowa, will resist to the utmost
any attempt of the committee on in
terstate commerco of which he is a
member to defer action upon railroad
rate legislation until the bouse has
passed a bill. The present majority of
the committee is opposed to giving the
Interstate Commerce commission power
to chango rates. Three of the Republi
cans, however, stand with the Demo
cratic members for regulation as gen
erally defined by the president.
Hearing on Columbia Jetty.
Washington, Jan. 8, Senators Ful
ton nnd Gearin today called on Chair
man Uurton, of the rivers and harbors
committee and arranged with him for
n hearing on the Columbia river pro
ject, when a special committee arrives
from Portland. Mr. Uurton promised
to call bta committee In special session
to bear what tho Portland interests
havo to presont in the way of nrnu-
roents In favor ot an immediate appro
priation tor ttie continuation ot a Jetty.
Public Lands Withdrawn.
Washington, Jan. 8. Withdrawals
from all forms ot disposal of public
lands for proposed forest reserves have
boen ordered by the secretary of tho in
terior, effective January 14, If 00, aa
follows: Novnda, Sprint; mountain re
serve, 345,000 ncros; Wyoming, Pear
Lodge reserve, 107,020 acres.
California to Celebrate.
Washington, Jan. 8. Representative
Kahn, ot California, introduced a bill
today providing for nn appropriation of
$5,000,000 for an exposition in San
Francisco In 1013 to celebrate the
400th anniversary of the discovery of
Uie i'aclno ocean by IJalboa,
Ham's Horn Hound a Warning Not
to tli Unredeemed
OIIWKIIH on tho
lllble menn time
for n splrltunl
"A llttlo fun"
lina often led to a
Love Is heaven's
lever amongst our
Is room for sor
row there l room
for the Hnvlor.
Hatred breaks (ho heart In which it
Death breaks the shell to set the
Religion Is more than a get-rlch-quick
The rnnn who Is ever on the make
never makes n rnnn.
It'a the small Joys we give that
muke our great Joys.
A coat of arms will be a poor protec
tion In tho Judgment
Ttra poorest kind of n man is the
one who is made of money.
Thl Is only a good world when we
know that It Is (Jod's world.
A man Is not called pig-headed be
cause he Is greedy of Intellect
The nearer we get to heaven the
lraavler this world's goods become.
If tho Lord had loved us less he
would have let us lire without labor.
The great objection some men hnvo
to the sun Is that It shines on others.
A professional air In the pulpit may
plenso a few, but It will freeze the
If your religion Is of the kind that
can be easily hidden It can as easily
Don't call the world dirty because
you havo forgotten to clean your
You do not win a front seat In
heaven by taking a back neat In
Many men think they would oley
the Ten Commandments If they could
Just clip off one or two.
It takes more than a brotherly man
ner to make up for a lack of business
method In rellcloust work.
If life Is a voyage, the cargo and tba
port aro of much more Importance
than the fish that may be caught on
When the cracked choir sings, "O,
for tho wlnga of a dove," they can b
sure of the congregation being with
them on that
ON THE FARM.
It I Alnar Good to Slab Ih Ixv
borer One of Ibe Family.
More consideration for the helper
about the country house Is urged by
Mabel Osgood Wrlsht. Inscribing
her home In Connecticut, she writes:
"Here Is tho poor man's paradise.
The American helper nnd the gardener
dwell together, as It wvre. for, if work
Is to be of the best and true, the
beauty of It. aa well as the- toll, should
surround the worker. Why should the
laborer endure the beat of tho day and
Iaj shut out from the shadows and.
breeze of evening? His cottage. Im
provised from the old barn, looks
cheerfully from Ita shelter of trees and
shrubs, and Is rebuffed by no bounda
ries, and he and his enjoy the spoil oC
tho wild each nightfall as well as we.
Tho real reason why the American la
disappearing from farm and garden Is
that the American when bo becomes
nn employer rarely 'knowa himself,
or remembers, what manner of man
be was. If we can only open onr
eyes and hands to seeing and holding
fast to that In tbo outdoor life that
means so much and costs bo little!
Ambition of excelling one nnother, ot
creating a sensation, of doing tho bb?
and marvelous, and completing In Ave
years what should be tho work of a.
lifetime makes of the life outdoors a
thing ns liavy and cumbrous as any
other financial or social venture. In
bringing tho spell of the wild as close,
to the door aa may be lies pence, re
freshment nnd Inspiration like tho
voice of tho wood thrush soundlns
through tho twilight" Country Cnl
ondnr. l'otauil'a School,.
In the kingdom of Poland, with Its
127,000 square kilometers, somewhat
less thickly settled than Callcla, It Is
true, having only seventy-three Inhabi
tants per square kilometer, there aro
less than ","00 common schools. Fifty
per cent of the adult population of
Warsaw Is Illiterate. With a school
population of 110,000 between seven
and fourteen, this city has a total
primary school accommodation for not
more than 40,000. Tho public schools,
conducted In nn alien lnnguago (Rus
sian), havo a capacity for only 14,000:
nn equal number nre accommodated In
the Jewish bcIiooU which teach Yid
dish and Hebrew, while private en
terprlse gives facilities for 10,000 of
Out of the Long Avo.
Pocahontas had Just performed tha
"And your name" she asked.
"John Smith." ho replied.
Crazed with grief over the thought
that tho man she had rescued wua not
named Reginald Worthlngton, sb
gnvo a low sob and crept from tba
scene. MllwauVeo Sentinel.
"Pat guv mo a new clock that'll go
f r eighty days wldout w.ndln',"
"Glory bol An' how long wnd It go
If yea'd wind it, I dunnoT" Cleveland