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CHURCH AND CI5SAY
'Chicago Sinai congregation, In point
0f numbers, is the secoid largest
In the union.
The New England D'paconess asso
elation, through its r0presentativ%,
presented its work In 360 churches
"The Rose League of Eternal
Life''is the name of an organization
for personal religion at the Univer
sity of Chicago.
Rlev.- Thomas Spurgeon has re
signed the pastorate of Metropolitan
temple, on account of Ill-health. He
succeeded his father, Rev. Charles H.
- Spurgeon, in 1892.
Nebraska Methodism has received
a gift of a home for Its superannu
ated preachers and deaconesses. The
property is the $80,000 residence of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Crowell, of Blair,
At Spokane, Wash., plans are be
ing made by the Methodist Episcopal
Ministers' association to erect a
mammoth - temporary tabernacle for
revival purposes within the next two
Rev. Frederick T. Gates, at one
time pastor of a Baptist church
which John D. Rockefeller attended,
Is now almoner for the Standard Oil
magnate and ,has reduced that gen
tleman's charities to a system.
The archbishoP of Montreal, Mgr.
Bruchesi, has addressed a letter of
protest to the city authorities of Mon
treal against the admission in the
public library of works that mock at
religion and are a menace to Chris
Rabbi Louis David Mendoza, a res
ident of Cincinnati, graduate of the
Hebrew Union college, and one of
the circuit preachers for the Union
of American Hebrew Congregations,
has been called to fill the pulpit of
the temple in Norfolk, Va.
A girl sees nothing wrong in kissing
the right man.
As long as a man lives he is a dead
loss to the undertakei.
With the amateur piano thumper it
seems to be all Work and no play.
Some men's preaching Is as bad as
the piano practice of some women.
Men who whistle at their work sel
dom work any better than they whis
As a knocker opportunity cannot
compete with th~e strenuous end'of a
No, Alonzo, a pianist isn't necessari
ly an idiot because he plays with his
Vanity of woman looks like a plug.
ged nickel when comp~ared with the
conceit of a man.
The man who reallly known a lot
about women is usually willing to ad
mit that he knows nothing.
No poor man has any business to
marry a woman who has a mania for
making nothing out of something.
Even when a friend urgently re
quests you to point out his faults don't
-do it if you value his friendsagip.
Every man ought to marry a woman
who is a good manager, hbecause few
men are any good unless they are
When a man's first baby arrive, he
wants to treat all his friends; when
the seventh -comes along he 'expects
all his friends to treat hIm.-Chicago
Only the unsuccessful have time to
write books on Success.
If you want. to learn to be a gen
tleman, just bup a good dog and
It Is not' true that baby-lalk Is a
dead language. Plenty of poodle dogs
can understand no other.
The 'world i. a big mortar full of
chunks of trouble; but s kind heart
makes a darn god pestle.
We bold this tti~th eS be self-evI
dent, that aM mnen are .created equal,
but to leave no possible room for
dout a1'ut. It, we insist on the- e.5
'coat at all; f rinalsfis4 s
Unconquerable courage of tM sou
Wit and wisdom are the diamOnm
earrings of literature.
Tell and act' the truth and you wil
beat your worst enemy.
Great is the man who knows hol
to grow old without grumbling.
A dress reformer says that high
heeled shoes must go, but neglects tc
StEAK. AND PIGEON PI5.
Two Birds with Meat Will Make Pies
Cut a pound of beefsteak up intc
small pieces, which should be nearly
square; season each with pepper and
salt, roll up and dust lightly with flour,
Rub a deep dish well with a freshly
cut onion and place the rolls of meal
in it; iprinkle over them some chop
ped parsley and a little finely minced
pork; pour in sufficient weak stock, oj
water to cover the meat, cover close
ly, and cook in a moderate oven one
hour. -Take two pigeons which have
been prepared for cooking in the usual
way and well washed and dried, and
cut up into neat pieces; remove the
skin and flour them and put them into
a frying pan with some melted drip
pings, a teaspoon of minced onion, the
same quantity of minced parsley, and
let them fry nicely browned, turning
them frequently; then place them ox
paper to drain. When the steak i
ready, arrange it and the pieces of
pigeon in layers in a deep dish with
some slices of hard boiled egg. Strain
the gravy in which the steak was
cooked into a saucepan and add a
small quantity of soaked gelatin tC
it (in the proportion of a quarter of
an ounce to a pint of liquid); stli
until the gelatin is dissolved, then add
a little grated nutmeg, cayenne, and
salt; pour the gravy over the meat ir
the dish and leave it until cold; ther
cover with rich paste, brush it ovei
with beaten egg, and bake in a mod
erately hot oven.
WHEN CALLERS DROP IN.
Amond Wafers Are Deliious to Hav
Beat to a cream a quarter cup but
ter, then rub in one-half cupful pow
I dered sugar. Add drop by drop i
quarter cupful milk, then, gradually
seven-eighths' cup sifted flour. Flavo:
with a half teaspoonful vanila o
pistache, and spread very thinly ove:
the bottom of an inverted drippinj
pan and cut in three-incn squares
Sprinkle with chopped blanched a]
monds and brown delicately in a verl
slow oven. Take from the oven, turr
the squares over one by one with i
knife, and roll loosely. Take up ant
spread on a waxed paper to cool an<
dry. If the squares harden befort
you get them. all rolled, place ovei
the fire a minute to soften. Serv4
with cocoa, afternoon tea, ice crean
The Attic Room.
In cities the attic room is given ai
much attention as any part of thi
house. A clever arrangement of sucl
a room is .to paper it all in white and
make a fancy border near the ceilinj
outlined with a fancy wide paper. Th4
hunting scene is pretty if matchea
with some red rug on the floor. Havy
the furniture all white, the bed ant
dresser trimmed in white and dotte4
white curtains at the windows. It cai
be made very attractive with nea
furnishings and decidedly unattractive
if not nicely papered or filed wit]
refuse furniture from other rooms.
-- Olive Ol on Bruises.
In the treatmnent of bruises, wh3ere
Th'~ere is extensive discoloration o
to skin, If Olive oil be applied freel:
without rubbing, the discoloratio:
quickly will disappear.-.. Absorben
cotton may be soaked in the oil and
applied. If the skin is broken a littli
borjc acid should be appied' ove:
-the abrasion. A black eye thus treal
ed can be rendered normal In a fei
hours, especially if the oil- be applied
A lusomotive recently- turned on
by the American Locomotive Con
pany at Bchenectady, N. Y., for th
Urie railroad, is styled an articulates
compound, and weighs 418,000 poundi
It is rosily .two engines wf'th one larg
boiler, mieauring 02.10 teet in lengtl
from the point of the cowcatcher t<
the end of the tender. It Is said tha
while the haulage ctpacity of thi
engine is double that of the heaties
freight locomotives of the old ty
now ,in use, the load: of One pair c
driving wheels 1s less than that C
many of the ordinary engines
Autometlo Ticet Aoeeg
-At all railroad, stattn
1b for a324-cent
. .n Raiway Car
Como0*s with doors at the side iM
stead of on the end are to be introduce
on tde Southern Pacific rairoad, at
1 oordingto thegotentific American. Thi
paper states that President Harrimal
a shoft time ago gave orders to hav
a number of new fine passenge
c4o61hs built- di this plan at the oona
pay'e car shops at Sacramento. Say;
the paper Just nambed:
arriman 'bblleves that oars thui
constructed will be much stronger and
niote durable than the style now used
and also that in case of wreck, ther4
will. be little danger of the coachei
telescoping each. other. These no0
cars will have a small passageway by
which passengers may go from on<
coach to another, but this will be s5
arranged that it will not weaken the
end walls of the cars. Another fee
ture of these coaches is the use o:
round -instead. 5-square windows. Nes
patent ventilators, now being used by
the Union Paciflo on its motor cars
will be.placed on the new coaches, and
the cars will present an appearance
so little in common with the ordinary
coach that-they will at first hardly be
recognized .as a passenger vehicle
Some of these cars will soon be oots
pleted and -placed in commission o
the Southern.Pacifc western roads."
Railfoad Seeking Big Loan.
The South Manchurian railroad i
transferring its head office from TokiE
to Dalny, Manchuria, with i' branch
ofee at Tokio, The company i
endeavoring to raise a foreign loan of
$40,000,000 in London and Europe, but
the..effort is dragging at present.
Baron Goto, president of the company,
has received-absohite power to fix the
rate of interest. The money Is to be
spent for additions, inrovements and
extensions and for capitalizing the
coal mines, buying land and erecting
The railroods in operation in Ar.
gentina, at the close of' 1906. aggre.
gated 20,814 kilometers, an increaa
for the year of 556 kilometers. Un.
der construction, 5,547 kilometers are
reported, of which a large portion will
be completed. in 1907. Railway traf.
fic indicates increased prosperity, pas
senger service advanced 25 per oent,
merchandise transit 15 per cent.
To-morrow is only yesterday twc
L days off.
Love is sweet because it is made
r up largely of taffy.
Some men are as out of date as last
year's popular song.
Wasted opportunities are those that
go to the wrong people.
The people who succeed are those
who make use of each other.
Good wine needs no bush, but it
frequently produces a blossom.
We like our friends to be perfectly
frank with us-about other people.
A man may be rich enough to do as
he pleases, provided he isn't married.
We never know what we can do till
we try, and then we are frequently
sorry we found out.
Even the introduction of an auto
rmobile into a musical comedy 'doesna't
I mtirely eliminate horseplay.
tValuable Time Wasted.
"The reason so ma'ny brilliant peo
pie don't get on in the world," says th4
Philosopher of Folly, "I. that thel
waste so much time showing othei
people how brilliant they are."
A Word from .Josh Wise.
"Most every woman who's paa
the age limit allows she would hav4
h in a good .singer in her day providin
her voice had bin cultivated."
-Two Powerful Rulers,
F The emperor of China and the vice
3 roy of India, betweeA~ them, goveri
more than half the population of the
t Sewing and Reaping
Aswe act towaard othems, so W4
may expect others to act toward us,
* Mere Bread Eaten in Cold Weether
According to bakers, people eat 24
a per cent. more bread when . the
t weather Is cold than when it Is mnii
t On the Wedding Jlourney,
She--Otto, I don't believe- that trei
f love waits for a tunneli-Tranataa
Wante Another Chanses.
Niaiure Is always eager foys ja i
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OUR entire line is com
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Clothing, Shoes, Hats
Hardware, Furniture, Bugl
in fact anything you need c
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OME to see us, and i
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Another car of Majestic F
$5-50 per barrel.
Thanking our friends and c
we hope to merit a continuz
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