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IIHKCP ANO CATTI.« M«N.
“Oh, .Uar, u<>; not at all,” r«turii*-l
!ne Into th!* project r*t"rt Fiv-rnblv
M*«k in. t*«llng that thl* charming yuuiig
The transi-iint Inent ill lines of C.ntia.l i
Wee Has Ks«»«.l»«l AH «»••*
l*«ty w** r*g*r<l«<l
■ cr»*turu who «a* West, «•»• I* Ne«rl««a a«MI*H»e«S.
and tbe United Stntim can !«• conn«vt
not to l>* Jmlgwl by ordinary rul«*. “W«
Tim situation has lw«m diipll<nl<«t s<>
c«l by contlnitoua rail to tlte tip of C.i|«'
gd on famously, my d*ar major quit« many, many times that on« ln<’l«l«nt
Prince of Wai«.». Th«' Siberian rail
ways can be built to the ««U«« of East
“That's right," Mid Vlck*r*. ''8h* la line lie<*>nie typical, aaya Hi« Paclllc
By "ARCIS CI.AWKI!
Capo. Thu strait I h I vv . s u is only thir I
v*ry plain «|mk*n, I* my llltl« girl, ami Weohly. A settler who haa perhapa a
•trangara can't uml*ratau<l h»r amu«- few sir,«« of laittoui lam! In which I«»
At Is still permissible, however, to ty «lx miles wl«te, an.! tlio gn««t««t
grow a little alfalfa, rune a few iloaeii
tiiii«* Can they, PoppatF*
•I*"k of the Chicago lire «a a alia hie
"I liea.l of rattla on lb« Imnch rang» back
Poppat toaa«el her li*a.l aaudly
hundred and eighty feet. Island* In
don't know," she said. "Why ehouldu't from the creek. Il* may hav« beeu
the middle of the »trait woul«l divide
Mr* Jelllev* 'W* cau walk together.” they? But you were going to say some- there ■ long time; he uiay liavu Just
When a motlon I* Iliade ami carri««!
John D. Rockefeller declares that th«' tunnel Into two tunm-la, each of
An hour after aunrla« next morning
"l>»llght*d! I am (oiug to call on thing extraordinary when you came lu. cuuiu Into the «•ountry. At all events, In thè Unitevi «tate» Hviiate that III«
he Is always at hla ease. It would be which would tie shorter than the pro th« frail boat, «hlch wa* th* last hep«
What Is It. dear?"
■•nate "provwd lo thè ismaldvratlon of
own fault If be were not.
poae«i tunnel under tbe Strait of iMver of the*« four human being*, drifted with Major Vickers
"Ah.' said Vickers, with grave face, he cam« flr*t 11« la a realdeut of the
"And I Itv*
«vuuty and a taxpai.-r. Ufi fiM| U"1 eaecutive t>u»iu«'**." tl»*» gallerie« are
ami only twice as long as th«« exist th* outgoing current toward th* mouth returned Mr»,
"Y«a, a moat vxtraordhinry thing.
own a foot of that range; but It» «»!•! cl«arv«l, tb* iloor* are elusevi, ami a
A man Is like a razor; he must t»c Ing tunnel under the Alp* at St. Gott "f the harbor. When first launch»«! *h« charming little creature his daughter. They've caught th»»« villains.”
No. enre la what brought him to tiiat part «««'rei s«.**lou beglll*.
“What, you don't mean —
Completely atropi**! once In a while In hanl. Some day a man may start at had com« nigh swamping, being over A sad thing. Quit* a romance If It were
with of the country ami iini«l«' It worth Ills nues" I* timi 111 which Un’ «»sent of
order to show how sharp lie la.
Halifax and go all the way by rail loaded. and It wa* found n*«v»»ary to Act so had, you kuow. Hla wits, poor papa!" »aid Sylvia, turning round
«bile to maintain that little boinoatend. tlio Nenntvi la necessary to the acts of
either south to the Strait of Magellan leave behind a great portion of th« dried Mr*. Vickers I”
In that little family there were, for
meat They mad« tedioiia way with
"lnd»v«l! What of her?” ask««! Meek
There la enough range along Hi» Iti» Proaldent, the chief escullve, such
The gentlemen who are patriotically or west to Lisbon.
their ru.le oar»; a light bree«« from th* In, b«'«towliig a condescending bow ou a
striving to save Niagara Falls can very
creek country for all the settler»; at a* tariffa and noiuluutlons lu offi«*«. Il
northwest *|>rung up with the dawu, and,
properly 1« classed among the wets.
tiny rate, they «Io not quarrel for It, ha* b«ei>me cuatoinary lo cali • *««'ret
We hare as yet no science of earth hoisting th* goat akin tall, they crept passerby. "Is sh* an Invalid?"
"She is dead, po<>» soul, returned Jolly the Osprey.
quakes. That Is sufficiently evident along the «xsiat It waa resolved that Mr*. Jellico«, with a tat sigh. "You
'They've got four of them In th« bay and If the range run» abort near at ■«« m I oii of III» Nruatu an rxts'Utlv» M
That marrletl women who made a from the cummeuts of learned prof«- the two men should keep watch ami
liuti. Ovldly enougli, all aorta «>f eocle
don't mean to say thst you havsu't st this moment Rev, Barker. Sliler* and band they drive tlielr cattle back Into
balloon aacenalon with her husband aors m«>n the suggestion of Professor watch; and Free*, for th« *«cond tlims heard the story. Mr. MoeklnF*
I.eely. Th*y ar« on board the l.*«!y the bllla. line day the aettler tokea Illa Ile* and l'omiiifttee* bave adopt«’.l tti««
will now know how It feel* to be Milne of London as to the cause of enforced hl* authority by giving th« first
"My dear b-ldles. I have only been In Jan*. Th« nio«t extraordinary story I family and drive« off to aome town, phraae, and m>w «Intuai any mm-llng
Town a week. auJ I hnv« not ever heard In my Ilf«« Th* fellow* got »ay. fifty or a hundred nillea away, liehlud cloavat d<«>r* I* Ineorrvn'tly
throw terrestrial disturbances, Profes-
to China, and passisl themselves off a*
he said, "and shall sleep for a llltl« heard the story.”
cali««! an "«•xeeutlv» *«<«aloii." Tlw
■or Milne says it has be ii ilemonstrat- whil».”
shipwrecked sailor*. Th* merchants In an«l la gone for several «lay«. W lieu I«1
»ball,” «ays tbe Hartford
“It's About th* mutiny, you
wl*ib»n of attemptlng •»«•r««'? In ver
That night the wind fell, an.l they mutiny at Macquarie Harbor,
(<\>nn.) Time«, “always have burglar*
dvllbaratliin* of tb« Henato I* ap-
had to take their oar*. Rowing all ulglit, oners took the «hip and put Mr*. X ick
and other thieve«." Why not get a
In •'swluglug back Into true position they tuad* but little progrc*«. and liufua er* and Sylvia ash.'re «omewher«. Gap there by old I'iii*. who had been aurgv.m have not beeu touelted, but for inllea parent. In dbu uMlng Ibu fltnea« of ih»
i around tbe ground la Imrreu and cut l'rvaldvnt'« «elaetloM ft«r olili'», iiiany
on Its axis" a tremendous strain Is put Dawe* •ugge*cei that they should put taiu Frere was with them. too. Th* on twerd the ship they came out III."
Sylvia sal down on the nearest chair,
| In to th* shore, and wait until th* br»es*
It baa lieen discovered that few bald up>n It* “ crust” What la meant by sprung up. But. upon getting un,l*r th* poor th lugs had a dreadful time, auJ with heightened color. “Au.I where are by tiny hoofs. A bam! of aeveral tlaiu tact* can tw brought out In private
sniid sb«*'p passing through llw Cuun cvinfurvnee «tildi sbolli«! iwt !•» *prro<l
headed men are poets, tiddlers or In "swinging" seems to be rotation. The l*e of a long Ilns of basaltic rocks nearly died, Csptaiu Fret* made a boat th* others?”
they vver* picked up by a
try has stopped In his uelgliliorbiMMl oli III» rvaairil* and ■«•ut lir«Mi«|ca*l over
Jail. Why not pull down the hair re thing that l’rofessor Milne says has which ro»e abruptly out of th* **a. they at last, anj Mrs. Vickers ouly live«! a
beeu demonstrated seems to t*» that found th* ware* breaking turioiwly upon ahlp. Voor and little Sylvia—«h« was other six have not been tsken. These for a few days. Ills cattle an«l boreea tb* country Henstor» wouhl not ■¡«••k
hav.« either g<>n«> back Into tl>o bills ■■ frwly a» tliev ouglit If thv«» «ero
the axis of the earth's rotation changes a horseshoe reef, six or seven mile* iu only twelve years old th*n— was quit* fellow* have been sent out for trial.
'To what are you alluding, dear sir?” to find aouietlilii* on which to live or ili« cvimlltlon* Wliatever ”lr«k«'' «>ul
Cuba st-enis to be «elllug u* nearly
lightheaded. They thought ah« wouklu't
they are standing aisiut tbe Ikimcateail noW la iinotfidal lini II 1« III thè roti
all her products and buying most of from which there Is departure and to coast again.
recover She's quit* strong now; but her aske-l Meekin.
'The piracy of s emvli-t brig Itv« with a downcast air.
They coasted for two days, without a memory's gone. She doesn't remember
■ Idvratloii «>f tr<««tle« tliat III» »«wret
her goods In Europe. Thus does reci which there is return. Indeed, the
years ago,” repl-e.l Vickers “ I'lie s«*iun-
sign of a sail, and on the thin! day a
U lieu that settler turns and look* •*««b>n la mo«i ii<«*«*«ary. A l’rroldenl
procity get twlstevL
words attributed to him can not mean great wind broke upon them from the anything about the three or tour weeks drels put my p««or wife ami child aali -re
tils family In tbe fare tie declares war »ftvii ha» rraaon* fnr thè adoptloa of
anything else. Some of the men of southeast and drove them back thirty they were ashore—at least uot distinct end left them to starve.
And a certaln pollcy. wblch w»>ul<! I h » ii|«*et
The metric system will be enforced science who are quoted agree with th«' m >•«. The coracl« began to leak, and ly.”
they lie curses "U>o«e vvrtuln" abeep.
"It's a great mercy," Interrupt».! Mr*.
pilot Il thu destruction of range haa not been If all III* World knew «lisi tlie«e Wrr«>
In this country about the same time London professor that this fact of de required constant balling. What «as Pr .therlck, determine.! to keep th* p -st wouhl hare die«!. The
story so cMinplete that be la driven out of the All III» aeaalona of thè Kenste In tb«
Esperanto la made the official language rarture and returu has been demon almost as bad, th» best part of their of honor. "Who wants her to renieui- ■ ml a soldier—ami -but
country the next elim'plierdur who ap | Flrat <'oiigr<‘*a «ere ae«-r»t. aa w«r»
of the women's clubs.
strated. But not one of them agrees water had leak*,! aw«y also.
her these horrors? From Captain 1- rer* • to tel! now.”
"I have h«-ard of It
I already,” Slid l»«ur* on the cn-at of tbe hill finds thoae of tb» ».nventlon w tildi «trafted
The position of th« four poor creature« account. It wss positively awful.
with him In other respects. Some of
In view of the work of the United them say that we do not know that was now almost desperate. Mrs. Vick •bolter'—that's what wo call an escape«! Meekin, “ami nt your gallant conduct. himself met by a stern l«s>klng man III«* F««leral l*«*n*tltutton Xlueh oflho
who aaya. "tilt!" and llw« alisH-phenler lm|«>rtant comniltta-e work of ('oiigreaa
States troops at San Francisco, even the earth has a crust; that we do not er*. Indeed, seemed completoly prostrat prisoner. Mr. Meekin—happened to be Captain Frere.”
“Oh. that'* uothlng,” »ahi I'rcre. r»-l
ed. an«! it was evident that, uni«** *om»
“glta.” Otherwlao bo I* liable to l>e la alili dune h«-t>ln«l <'l<««v«i door*.
Boston may admit that a standing know but that It Is solid to the center. help cam«, she could not long survive left behiud. and he fouud them out. and dening.
insisted ou shiriug the provisions — the
army can have Its usee.
Others say that Professor Milne's sug the continued exposure to the weather. wretch! Captain Frere waa obliged to
Sylvia was staring at th* «trip --f aim surprised In tlie nihldle of lhe night.
gestion is new and that It deserves re The child was In somewhat better ease. watch him constantly tor fear he should shin* l»*ti«*en the veranda ami the Idlod, and left tsiuinl In the *nget>riisli. Willis
The first amendment of tl>* national
There may be nothing tn a name, but spectful treatment tsvau-e of Its Rufus Dawe* had wrapped her In his murder them. Even In th* boat h«- trie«l ■a though the bright light might enable bls ali«*«p are slsit and eenttvrv«l to l>c
Constitution dentes to ttmigre*« th«
newspaper dispatches state that in the source, but are evidently very skep woolen shirt, and. unknown to Frere. to run them out to sea and escape. Il* her to remember s«miethlng. "W list s the prey of <x>>«it»«a.
right to abridge th* prlvllrgo of |s<tl
Thia struggle between the cattle and tlolling th* government for the retire*«
Nashville steeplechase a horse named tical regarding It. The notable thing ha I divide.! with her dally his allosrance was one of the worst men In th* Harbor, th* matter?" asked Frere. beudlng over
! »beep Ulen la an es'oiiomlc problem. 11
Russell Sage landed the money.
about their comments Is the admission,
of grievance«* That tint American t*»»
“I ws* trying to r*c«dl*ct. but I can't,
and in th« day crept by hl* aide for shel
will know no aettlement until til* pl« tusk« large use of th* privilege Is
express or Implied, that notwHly know* ter and protection. As long a* sh» was Frere tell the story."
"And where is he now?” asked Mr.
Charlea E. Hughes Is the most con- much about the cause of earthquakes.
member a greet shore and a great sea,
near him »he felt safe. They apok* lit
shown by th«« overflowing “petition
sptcuoua inquisitor of modern times. They agree that when there Is an tle to each other, but when Rufus Daw»» Meekin. with Interest.
and two men. on* of whom 'that's you, away over lu Texas an«l lu tbe Indian boa” on the H|**iker‘a desk In the
The tires of Torquemada look pale and earthquake there is more or less dis felt the pressure of her tiny hand in
dear—carried me In hi* arm*, Maurice," Tvrrltury. an«! has worked aero«« tbe Hous* of Iteprwntnthe*. «nd by the
"No, th* prlaouer.”
Ineffectual beside hla brilliancy.
turbance of the rocks, but they evi his. or sustain*.! th* weight of her head
“Oh, goodness. I don't know—at Port asked ah* sml.leuly, "wh«t bcauie of country, until now It I* more active In rerords of morning tnislii«** In the Hen
central Orvgnu than anywhere via» st«. In which tssly iieltlniis are formal
dently do not know the cause of the upon h!a shoulder, he almost forgot the Arthur. I think. 1 know that he was the other man?"
Professor Whipple of Columbia Uni d.sturbance. They have their conject- cold that froze him and the hunger that tried for bolting, and would have been
Fur twenty years there line beeu trou ly prraentrd. <'«ingles* lucllio«« tn at
“No, not Bate*. The prisoner What
versity says It Is easy for a man to ores and hyi'otlmses. but no dellnite gnawed him.
hanged but for Captain Frero's exer
ble In UUlora>ltx llanda of ttMxiaamla tach less lni|«>rtan<'e tn |*-tltli>n* which
earn a million dollars honestly. He knowledge. As for Professor Milne's
"Oh. ah -the prisoner." ■«Id Frere, ' of atH-vp have la-ell stiot down and ■vein to be "machine made” than to
sa I! On the to itb day aft« th»lr d«^
"I»*ar. dear! a strange story. Indeed."
cruelly neglects to Inclose directions.
>\ y, you driven over prss-lplo«« III that Stale those which sp|mar to l>* from ritlaen*
ec-ujecturo It Is to be said that It Is an parture from Marouari« Harbor they said Mr. Meekin. "And «•■ th* young as if he. too, had forgotten,
kuow. darling, be was sent to Port Ar- Tbe same thing bus happen«*! In Wyo who of their own motion ask for some
attempt to asstgn a cause and one af came to the e-».l of the'r provisions. To lady doesn't kn->w anything about it?"
A 100-ton whale has been landed off fvctlng the entire planet and therefore add to their di»Te«s. the child ws* sols
lultig, but that I* largely a fem-ssl <*>un
"Only what she's been told, of course, thur."
Vancouver. That is enough to discour adequate to account for the fact that ed with fsver. She wa» het snd cold by poor dear. She's engaged to Captalu
“Ah," said Sylvia, with * shudder. try now. Tb<- struggle also exist«*! In thing It I* notorious Hist many, |mr
hs|«. moat, men and women are will
"And Is he there still?"
age the Inventor of chaste and refined disturbances occur at nearly the same turns, an! Ii th» Intervals «f moaning Frere."
Idaho, but waa never so very I hu I, on Ing to sign almost any ¡letltlon that la
“I behove ao,” said Frere, with
I talked deliriously. 1 Unfits Dawes, hold-
fish stories from the summer resorts.
ncvouut of tlw to;»'graphy of llw <*>un presented tn them. Slid lienee It la
time In places far apart—In places ing her In his arm», «nichel th* suffer
- try. Thu sheep men largely control llw nrv«r certain that a large number of
where th»- disposition of the rocks Is ing h» wa» unable to alleviate, with How charming—quit* a romance! Her
CTo b* eontln<ie«l.l
We do not at the moment recall the
girlish lore cling» to her heroic protec
district south of ttw Hnlimm river, the signer* really rare anything about
such that they are esis*elally Hable to a »avage de»pa at bis hc.rt. Wa* she tor. Remarkable and beautiful. Quite
particular thesis for which King Ed
wtillo to th« north of tbe Salmon Itlver th« rail«* thry ***tn to advornt«. Yet
disturbance. But no reason Is given i to die. after all?
ward received his degree from Penn
tlwrv are practically n«i ali«*'|>, an<1 llw
why a return of the earth to Its true i So another day an I night pissed, ami dles. Ah, In our fallen nature, »hat
by far the greater number of |ietltl<>n«
sylvania, but of course be must have
axis should cause such disturbances, I the eleventh morning aaw the boat $•« swewt spot»-----
1 think thia is th* Trrrttury In W hl«-h I liblnln* rlny* cattle owu ttw country. The moun are I Im result of concerted movement
whll« a departure from the true axis
Tin- leaders of an organisation favor
A my st er leu« magnetic field In the Stat«- form a natural “dead Him."
A smart convict servant—he had been
Tbe ;ost oftii-e officials of Kent. Ohio, dees not Nor Is there a hint of any deserted sea. The four exIlea lay In
ing propoa«*! legislation ask each lodge
her almost w ithoit Lreitb. All at once a plckp'icket of note In days gone by— southwestern pnrt of Lake County I*
are advertising for one Stefan Bresc-x- teason why a cause adequate to pro Dawes uttered a cry.
cry, ail seizing ths
nr chapter or rliurch or union or local
transkupercaakmantxansky They have duce a change either to or from the »beet, put the e'iim«r craft about, “A left the clergyman to repose in a hand attracting no little attention auioiig lo SOME RECENT EARTHQUAKES. group b> petition for It. ami usually
somely furnished drawing room, who»«
a letter for him. presumably from the true axis should not act upon all parts »all! a sail!” h» cried. "Do you not sun blinds revealed a wealth of bright cal nclentltlc mln.l* nml arousltig much
Intorest, b««'nuM* of queer ¡.rank* cut Tberw Is Murk l»-rulalluu «• lu they rveelve signatures In ample num
Carnegie spelling reform board.
of the earth alike so as in reality not »«•e her?"
garden flecked with shadows, while he up by lightning In that ii«lglil»rlHn«l,
lhe < «Hu* ut < pkewual*.
“There is no sail,” said Frere. "Yon went In search of Mias Vickers. The
to cause any disturbance at all. Helen
Camille Flammarlon, the
noted tlflc observers have accumulate«! many mock us!”
major wa* out. his duties as superin
The boat, n« longer following th« line tendent of convicts rendering such sb- ritory cov«*red by tliu strange and tusk«-* with vulean.c action amt ex
French astronomer, believes that the facts regarding earthquakes and their
Ihistninstcr Gciu-rnl C«>rtely«>u has
world will come to an end about 5,(««>. attendant tidal waves and the appar of the roast, ws* running nearly due senees necessary; but Miss Vickers w*» weird ele«*trl<iil manifestation« etu- pluiu others by saying that tlw rock rsKniiiiiieixbxl t«> C<>iigr<-M tlw> s<l"|>tl->n
000 years hence. Why will scientists e:itly related Increase in volcanic activ south, straight Into th« great southern In the garden, and could bo called In at brace« only a few square mil«* In itrata which ■ re divturlss! have bw*:i of ttm n««w |»«*tnl note In detiomlna
ocean. Frere tried to wrest the thong
say things which keep mankind In a ity. They have learned much about from th* hand of th» convict, nnd bring once. The Reverend Mi^ekln, wiping Wtst Creek township, nnd I* located tinder a proi<-g«*l strain, to whh-ii they tlona running from I «*«nt to
constant state of agitation? Some of us lhe direction and the velocity with the boat back to her eotir««. "Are yon bis heated brow, and pulling down his n few tulle* uorth of the great Kan yield at last, says tb«« S< « 1- rk 1'rlb an anipllficntloii of (I m * present money
spotless wristbamls. Laid himself back kakee marshes. More havuc 1« erenUsl unc. The overloading of a largo nron
will now begin to mark off the days be which earthquake shocks are propagat mad.” h« asked, in fretful terror, “to on the soft sofa, sooth««! by the elegant
or«l«r aystem. It would afford a ■'■■Il
annually In this onu *i>ot, with n an one side of a "fault," or crorkv veulent ni««ana for transmitting ■mall
tween the time of M. Flammarlon * pre ed from centers In which they seem to run u» out to sea?"
surroundings no less than by the cool
"Sit down.” returned the other, with ness of the atmosphere. He was dis radius of lea« than two mil«-», than In In the earth'* crust, la held to I*' in ■utua of mon««)' tlirougti tbr mall. It u
diction and the terrestrial finish In originate. They have learned much
a menacing gesture, and staring ■ eroa* turbed by the sound of voice* in the gar any four entire couut.ea In this part ad«*|iiate cause fur the readjustineiit. ¡■io|»M««<l Hint note* of the denomina
6,001,906, A. D.
about the regions which within the his the gray water. "I tell you I
see a den; and going outside saw a young of the Statu.
and thia may be brought about by an Bon from I to 1<) tie *«>ld at tlielr fa.-»
toric period have been peculiarly sub
girl talking to one of the servants. She
Every thundcratorm In tlio vicinity ■cctimutotlou of sediment on th« sen valu« wKtioiit a f<*» A f«*» of 1 ivtii
Young men who are doubtful of their ject to seismic disturbance*. But the sa 11!”
The day had broken, and the
ability to pay their way through col plain truth Is that no true science has In one long pale streak of sickly saffron, turned, and Mr. Meekin, bowing bls la sure to ¡>nss over the »¡sit, no mat bottom near the mouth of a large river Would I h > cbnnrcd for note« from )o tr
lege may be encouraged by the experi thus far been developed out of these lay low on the left hand. Between this apologies, became conscious that the ter In what dlru«-tlon the win«! mny Since tlio disturbance*« near tin« I'aclfie «• «-etite, and 'J roots for noir* from
ence of Secretary Shaw. He told an facts. There Is no certain knowledge •treak of saffron-colored light and the young lady was about seventeen years of l!<-, «ml Its pussiige Is sure to bu roust of ('»dotubln on Jan. 31 an<! thu«e 60 canta to yj flo. To carry out the law
age. thst her eye* were large and soft,
Interviewer the other day that he of causes. Nobody can predict the oc bows of the boat gleamed for an Instant her hair plentiful and bright, and that mnrke«! by terrific bursts of lightning. In tin* Wlndwnrd Island* al»iilt * fort an appropriation of |lfiO,0U0 is a»k<-<|.
earned bls way not only through col currence of an earthquake. All the
the hand which held the little !>ook she At night time tbe displays are ut night later, there has been much «I**'
Frere, utterly confounded. looked, had been reading was white and small.
times grand nml inagnlfl.-ent, yet ter ulatlon a* to tlielr origin. Itiasiniu’h
lege, but also through the law school, knowl«idge we have thus far galntsl Is
The H oiim - naval committee favor*
“Miss Vickers, I think. My name Is rifying to tbe bra lost henrt and ex a* there has tweii volcanic activity lu
and had a thousand dollars surplus of n<> practical value at present. The with his heart In hla month, and again
Meekin—the Rev. Arthur Meekin."
earning* to start In business with at the waste places will be rebuilt as though
tremely dangerous. Bolt after ts.lt both regions In tlie ¡mat. It was nut oral the <-oti*trm*th>ii <>f Ilio larg<-st ba 111 ».
"Sylvia!” cried Rnfua Dawes. "Syl
■hip In the world, one wlil.-li, « hen
"How tn yon do. Mr. Meekin?" said of molten fire la »hot from lieaveu to
close of his course.
to au*p«*'t that th«« «am« phenomenon
we knew nothing at all on the subject via! My darling! Y'ou are saved!”
Sylvia, putting out one of her small
armed amt armored. «Ill have cost nt
She opened her blue eye* and looked hands, and looking straight at him. earth, lighting the country up for hnd attendnl nnd (H-rhaiHi pre«**l«*l the much aa ft>.<NSM**>. |t will lie In tb*
tulles with a daszllng glare of light. recent upln-nvala.
“King Victor Emmanuel.” the Pitts CAPITOL HAS ECHO CHAMBERS. at him, but gar« no algn of recognition. “Papa will be In directly.”
nelghborlxsHl of 3>.< nm ) torn» displace
Iieliriim had hold of h«r. and In th«
burg Gazette declare«, “has proven
Evidence that such was not tin1 cna«-
“Hla daughter more than compensate* So much havoc lias been wrought by
meuL Tb«« present bill la to carry an
himself 'every Inch a king.' ” We do An Avera«« of SOO llailr Visitors hour of aifety the child hnd forgotten for his absence, my dear Miss Vickers.” lightning that some Insurance com In Martinique Is now »uppllct by Prof.
her preserver. Rufus Dawes, overcome
■t MI bhcso I h ' s ,W« w Structure.
"I don't Ilka flattery. Mr. Meekin, so panies refuse risks in the district, and Ilellprln of Philadelphia. Within tlie appropriation <>f •»i.tNsi.om for tl>* hull
not wish to be Impertinent or try to
“Hurry up, or tbe bogey man will by thia last rru»l »troks of fortune, sat don’t use It. At least,” she added, with others are als.ut to Inqsis« additional hint few day» he haa aacended Mont and machinery alone, Other vessels
detract from the greatness of Victor
down In the stern of the boat, with the a delicious frankm-s* that seemed born
to I* authorise! nr« three tor|w-do
rates to cover the extra cost.
Emmanuel, but we cannot refrain from catch you!"
IVIec and ho doctoral that th«« crater
child In his arms speechless. Frere
This Is the warning which a guide thought that the chance ha had ao long of her very brightness and beauty, "not
Four largo bay barns within n half la quiet. That fact satisfies him that l«>at destroyers and a number of *ub
■ettlng forth the fact that the monarch
that sort of flattery. Young girls do
marine«. Provision la mnde for lhe re
referred to Is Just slxty-two lncnes was giving a score of visitors as they ed for had come. With the mother at like flattery, of course. Don't you think mile radius were struck recently nnd the shocks In Martinique nt St. VI ikvii I
bumd, caiiMlng a Iosa of $1,3)0. r<-<ently were duo to tlio sinking of the pair of th« old warship < '«mstKiillon
tall and can walk under tbe outstretch passed through the “echo” chamber on the point of death, and the child deliri so?”
na a show veasel. The naval bill will
the ground tl.x>r of tbe new State capl- ous. who could testify to this hated
ed arm of bls queen.
This rapid attack quite disconcerted Only one of these, that of Henry lest of the t’arlldean arn.
carry n total of ftri.T.'iit.iMNi.
tol. Tbe visitors walked one by one convict’s skillfulness? No one but Mr. Mr. Meekin, and he could only bow and Brant, was Inaured, ami It only for
Mauri«« Frere, and Mr. Maurice Frere.
uls.ut half Its value. The ot liera «ero thl* mny lie accepted provisionally. It
Don't encourage that boy In his Idea across the floor and laughed nervous as commandant of convict«, could not but smile at the scU-possesaed young lady.
"You have not been here long, Mr. uninsured.
The Bureau of Labor Ims ls.cn <!!■
that he has bad enough schooling be
mny prove to Im npplli-nldo to the
give up an “absconder” to justice.
It has been found lni|H.salbl<. to enrtb<tunki*a In Colombia also. DI» ree 0*1 by the Prealdent tn Investigale
fore he has finished a common high tion under their feet, says tbe St. Paul
The ship—a brig, with American col Meekin,” said Sylvia, after a pauas,
keep a telephone service in op«-nitlon patches from tlmt country rei»irt««l thorouglily thè clmrges brought by or
ors flying—came within hail of them.
school course. Keep him going even Pioneer Press.
lovely climate, but. aa I
Tbe "echo” Is heard only by the J* Frere could almost distinguish figures ■urprised. A to Mr*. Jellico«, the trail In the territory, ns every storm that that tin- volcano t'uinhal bait Ixi-n In ganlzed lal»>r flint thè natlnnnl elglit
at the expense of some rather stringent
urging. The successful man of the fu destrian, for none of those on the “»Id« on her deck. He made hi« way aft to of the serpent—th* trail of the serpent— passes leaves wreck.sl ||m*< nml black a stalo <>f eruption. A write In Nature bour law la lielng violateli In innny
where Dawes was sitting, unconscious,
ened nnd ahatter<sl poles ns n re
ture must lie an educated man. Things lines" can distinguish the reverbera with the child In hla arms, and stirred my dear young lady.”
n scientific perl<Mllcal of high atnnd casse. Al thè sanie lime tlm ofiicrrs ut
"If you send all these wretches here, minder of the lightning's wrath.
have changed since you were a boy and tion. By tbe jiecullar construction of him roughly with his foot.
Ing refers, Intwever, to the outbreak ilio American Fetieràllon of l.abor
Numerous horses and cattle have na a mere Incident of the genernl con bave Iteen urge«! by thè Prcaldent to
art changing more rapidly now than the chamber, which Is immediately un
"Go forward.” ho said. In tones of you must expect the trail of the ser
pent." said Sylvia. "It Isn't the fault l>een killed, nnd there la not a build vulsion. which It tmllevod was pro trnnsinlt any evhlen«*« tliey mny ¡ mi »
ever before. The chances for the plug der tbe rotunda, tbe iiedestrlan hear» command, "and give the child to me.”
Rufus Dawes raised his head, and. of the colony. But don't let us talk ing or a tall tree that does not lienr lduee«l by nn extenalve malocatlon of ¡iee« tu Coiumlssloner of l.nbor O'Nelll.
man are disappearing, so give your boy the soft pattering of an army walking
about thia, Mr. Meekin." she added,
enough education to raise him out of lA-hlnd him. It gives a creepy feeling feeing the approaching vessel, awoke to pushing back a stray curl of golden hair. evidence of the destructive forces of strut* under th» I’nclflc off the mouth
nature's electrical energy.
'Itiree of the Esmeralda river. Tlie shocks
laugh, full of unutterable bitterness, “Papa says that I am not to talk about fatalities have occurred In tne last
It mny lie true that agnosticism I.
by putting tbe visitors through the or low
were violent enough to act lip tidal
he placed the burden he had borne so
“I hav« discovered why American deal.
spreading In the United Sinica, but In
tenderly in the arms of the lieutenant.
women have to pay heavily to present
tlio sjs.t has felt the lightning force ture the submarine cable In aeveral Wnshlii.-ttoii It la Him the meloni io
There are Iwo guides who do noth-
The brig was close upon them. Iler he calls It.”
that aspect known as 'stylish,' ” said a Ing else but show tbe attractions of canvas loomed large end dusky, shadow
"An admirable notion of papa's," said to a greater or leas degree. It la said placen and to lie
profess religion. The Prealdent. Vice
women who keeps her eyes open. "In Minnesota’s cnpitol, and they have all ing the sea. Her wet decks shone In Meekin. much relieved as tbe door open that a wireless telegraph wouhl Is- In inntfc Instrunienta
President and nil of the nine cabinet
this country—and the rule holds good they can do to escort the visitors the morning sunlight From her bul ed, and Vickers and Frere entered.
operative and mesanges Intercepted by <1,000 miles away.
councilors arc avowed mon tiers of
Vickers' hair had grown white, but
from New York to San Francisco—a around. On on average 500 people visit warks peered bearded and eager faces,
lhe weird forces that aeetn to lie con
Evidently, then. thn volmnlc wup some denominations. Preabyterlnnlsi.i
looking with astonishment at thia boat Frere carried his thirty years as easily cealed In the ground. Even In fair
modiste who can turn out a dashing the capitol every day for pleasure,
tlon la bi I h « eonaldered nn effect, rath and H h allied en*-da chilin the majority
■a some men carry two-and-twenty,
costume charges from $15 to $2.5 for
"My dear Sylvia,” began Vickers, weather a telephone system Using the er than n cause, tn certain cases, of of those diatliigulalied filmille«.
Tourists who have visited the historic barren and stormy ocean.
her work. I have known girls who had structures In Europe state
for Its site
Frere, with Kylvia in his arms, waited “here's an extraordinary thing!” And ordinary ground wires la useless, nnd which thia one la nn Illustration. The
only about $35 or $40 to spend on an
then, becoming conscious of the presence even a metallic circuit Is operated present Instance, ncrordlng to Nature,
there are not many places which will for her.
Formal greetings were exchanged b»
entire outfit and who had to buy reto excel Minnesota's capitol for beauty.
of the agitate«! Meekin, he paused.
la by no means unique. By that jour
"You know Mr. Meekin, papa?" said
nants for $3 and ld and then pay $20
Many theories are advanced, but nnl the outbreak which destroy««! St. tween Prealdent IliMim-velt and III*
Others say that the congressional li
Sylvia. “Mr. Meekin, Captain Frere.” the moat plausible one seems to l.e
Enqieror of Chinn on the occasion of
for the making, In I’ÿrls the style is
brary at Was^Kjgton-'is the only build of grace 1838, is, my dear lord, compos
Pierre In Mny, 11102, la connect«1«! with
“I bare that pleasure," ssld Vickers.
the ofienlng of the Commerclnl Pacific
within the reach of
ing which biirp.flW-S the Minnesota capl
tho ««nrthqiinkea which occurred In
"Glad to see you, sir. Pray alt down.”
cable office nt Khanghal, thu* milking
to not downright poor. There !» no
tol In this country, while some go so far i a passag* in the sparkling letter which Upon which Mr. Meekin beheld Sylvia ore crops out near the aurfaco and Guntemnla only n few w«*oka before. the first direct cnblecoiniectlon lietween
such thing as a botchy dresamaker.
the Rev. Mr. Meekin, newly appointed unaffectedly kiss both gentlemen; but be attracts the ele<-trlcnl forces of the
chaplain, and seven days' resident In came strangely aware that the kiss be clouds. Another theory Is that a large
the Unite! Htntea and Asia, This Is
The difference between the garments
Van Diemen's Land, wa* carrying to the stowed upon her father was warmer than body of meteoric orc Ilea In thia neigh seismic phenomena la nppari-ntly more the lust link of the cable which runs
worn by the shopgirl in Montmarte and nesota statehouse.
compllcnti-d than hna I h - cii popularly tiet ween Sen Francisco,
Minnesota la the only State in the postofllce. Clad In glossy black, of the
those of the grande dame Is in the qual
that which greeted her a til ance»J hut Is.rho.s! and Is the attracting ineilium.
aiip|H>n«sl, nnd If Nature la right, one Guam, and Muniin, nenrly 10,000 mile«
ity of the fabric and tbe trimmings. I Union which provides guides to escort most fashionable clerical ent, with dandy band.
boot*, «nd gloves of lighten lavender
of cable which Ims been bild nt an
think women should bring about a re-
—a white silk overcoat hinting that It*
thousniida, of inllea from the acene of average depth of 2.610 fathoms.
form in tb« land of the free, They Visitors generally ask If there Is any j wearer was not wholly free from »enal- Frere. “Sylvia, my
There Is no Index of character HO •tie original dlatnrbniKc.
You sure ns the volet«. Disraeli.
should Insist on tbe style as do their charge for viewing the building, and tivenes* to atm an) heat—the Reverend have not been out
French sisters. By going only to those are surprised usually that no charge Is Me«kla trlppe I dibit.ly to the postofll.e, hav«! My dear, I’vs Irnggad you------”
Tlx* Secretary of the 1 Interior Is con-
Never sny you know n man till you
"It’s not hot nt all,” said Sylvia, pet-
and deposited his letter. T«'o ladles mot
who know their buslnesa mid turn out made.
alderlng an Irrigation project tlmt
While the guides are furnished for him as he turned.
a trim robe they soon would put the
will, If adopted, make the Hint« of
♦lie convenience of visitors, they with 1 Mr. Meekiu'i clegint hat was raised butter- -I *ha’u't melt. Thank you. ds.ir; — Imvnter.
blunderers out ut business."
Washington $N),(NN),<ax) richer. It I li
The manuscript of Swinburne's
the guards are at hand to prevent the from his Intellectnil t row and hovered
volvca the using of the i wiitors of the
curio-hunter from carving off or marr-! In the air. I ke *om* c.rirte.u* black bird, then, as though angry with herself for "Flrat Book of Ballads” has been Hold
"Yea, sir. No mntter how much In Hlsiknne It I ver, near the city of that
Ruaalan officials seem to be consider
for an Instant. "Mrs. Jellico«! Mrs. her anger, she added, "You are always for 9L00Q
tin* wrong alio may I h > alio can nlwnys name, for power purposes, so tlmt It
lug any ¡*ort!on of the building.
I’rotherick! My dear I*Idle*, thia I* thinking of me, Maurice,” ami gave liim
ing seriously the project to tunnel un
NewK|>ii|M'ra from Denmark to the bring herself to forgive tins man."-
an unexpeitel plejsure!' And where, her hand affectionately.
may pump thu waters of the 8|aikiine
der Behring Strait The St Peters
When a girl announces her engage
“It’s very oppressive,Captain Frere,” lliisalnn provinces must In future nil Ixiufavlll« Courier Journal.
and Columbia lllvers KN) mllos awny
burg representative of the American ment there la always some one to say: pray, are you gibig on till* lovely after
noon? To stay i:i the house Is positive ■ni l Meekin; "and, to a stranger, quite go to St. Petersburg to pass th«. <<en»or.
Transalaskan Sllierlan Company Is re “Well, I am glad that abe has got
The time limit on every visiting If nei-ossary In order to Irrigate thu
ly «infill. All! «li.it a climate; but the enervating.”
At Wliiiknrewiirewn, New Zenhiml,
now arid lands of the «tate. If the
ported to have Interested the Emperor; man at last.”
“Ay. to be aure,” repeated Vickers.
girl expires before she Inis her “visit
trull of the r*r; <■ it. n y de ir Mrs. Proth-
project Is carried out enough arid
and Mr. Witte, other members of the
, erick the trail of tli* serpeut------ ” And "1 hope Sylvia has not been attacking there are geysers, hot springs, bulling out.”
lands will Im reclaimed to accommo-
If the man whu says he la tired bl be sighed.
ministry and half the members of the
you with her strange theories, Mr. |Msils, mud volcuiiucs un.l but w.iter
Every man la u big foul In toni« nay. date 3,000,000 people.
by, you are guiug our way,” »aid Mee...u'/”
Special commission appointed to exam- I a preacher, the women believe IL
KLAMATH FALLS REPUBLICAN
for lhe Term of His Natural Life