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SUNDAY MORNING MORNINGGLOHE GLOBE WASHINGTON WA SfHNGTON D C 0
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Cumulus clouds vary IU enormously In Intxe InIH n nsize
size txe but so long AS Ih they remain reU1lin of ofmoderate ormoderRte ofmoderate
moderate dimensions In fin flue weather weatherthey wCAtberj weatherthey
j they indicate a continuance of bright brightlose bllght1CM8
lose But when In hot weather they theygrow theyTow theygrow
grow Tow exceptionally large they t ley give givewarning givewarnlug givewarning
warning of storms with It high temper temperature temperItU1eltnd temperwith ¬
ature ItU1eltnd nnd with great certainty lertrtlut when wbeuthey whenthey beu beuthey
they assume a domelike shapeBannuas shape shapeBananas shftlJeI
I Bananas are nn R a rule planted out outsystematically outystcwlt outayatematlcally
systematically ystcwlt tlcalli In rows the suckers suckersbeing suckershelng
9 being placed at It nu mu average of tea teafeet 1lmreet tenreet
reet apart The banana plant bears bearsonly heursonly bearsonly
only ono bunch nt a time but It Is IsA isa
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A quick grower yielding Its ltl fruit In Intwelve Intwelve hltwelve
twelve to fourteen months When theplant the theplant theIlbmt
plant is about six sl months old a see secami seeIDli seeanti
anti IDli sucker or shoot Is allowed to tospring torlng tospring
spring rlng from the root n 1 third after afterthe utterthl afterthe
the ninth month nnd so on so that thatafter tbntCter thatf
f after Cter the first year there Is s a contiini contiinius
i > us crop being r reaped reapedI reapedf on peel peelA
f t I A healthy plant will ll not n t only add to totho tothe
the thepurlty purity of the air but will 111 restore restorelifegiving restorelifegiving
i lifegiving properties to that which has hasbecome hasbecome hasbecome
1 become vitiated for it will thrive pro provided provldel1 provlted ¬
vided it has ns much ns 1S seven to eight eightper eightper eightq
q per cent of carbonic acid gas Too Toomuch Tool11uch Toor
r much carbonic acid gas on tho other otherhand otherhltlll otherhand
hand is injurious even to plants That Thatwhich Thatwhich Thatwhich
which is called breathing In a plant plantIB
IB also a 1 sort of digestion the carbon carbonbeing earbonbeIng carbonbeing
being food that is built Into Intot Intovegetable t vegetable vegetableIssue vegetableilssue egetabletlssut
Issue and If too much is s given ven the theplant tlte1IIltnt theplant
plant is gorged rged and suffers from a asurfeit ItIrlelt asurfeit
surfeit Irlelt while on the other band It Itnmy ItmAY Itamy
mAY be starved ami auu tae us whole plant plantshows plantSII08 plantshows
shows the effect of the indigestion by by10oklBg bylookl bylooking
looking lookl sickly 8Ickl fw It has no stomach stomachlint stolDtlchhut
lint performs Hrtonu its digestion with Itswhole its itswhole Uswbole
whole > substance substanceThe nbltan substanceThe e elhe
The epoch of the beginning of life lifeon I1f I1fon lifeon
on the earth cannot be carried e rrled neck neckaccording MckRecording lHtekRCorl1lug
Recording to the reasoning of F J JAllen JAUen JAllen
Allen further than the date of theappearance the theappearance theaPlJeltranee
appearance of water on the earths earthsimrfnee earthsIInrfnL earthsanrfaee
imrfnee The he powerful shocks of light lightning lightnlng lightring ¬
+ ring which must lust have occurred con contlnnally conUn6Klly coni
i tlnnally In the dump Iltmp warm atmos atmosphere atmos11lre ¬
phere 11lre then existing exll ng led to the produc production prol1ue1Ion produeLion ¬
Lion of ammonia and the oxide of ofnitrogen oCnitrogen ofnitrogen
nitrogen as happens today These sub subntnnces sublItmces substances
stances were carried down in solution solutionby solutionly solutionby
by the rains and on the surface of ofthe otthe ofthe
the earth met solutions of carbonic carbonicncld carbonicnelll carbonicneld
ncld and the chlorlds sulphates and andphosphates tlndlbosphntes andphosphates
phosphates of the alkalies and metals metalsThis metalsrlll metalsPhis
This rlll vfaa then the first opportunity opportunityfor
for or the formation of varied nitrogenous nitrogenouscombinations nitrogenousomblu nitrogenouseombtnations
combinations omblu tlODs and for the coming into intoJ IntoJI intojiefng
J JI jiefng elng ng of the first living substance substanceMr substanceI substanceMr
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Mr Bovey baa recently described in inthe Inthe inthe
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the transactions of the Royal Society Societyof Societyof
I of Canada an 0 eitensometer e teuometer for deter determining deterI ¬
s I mining the longitudinal extension or orcompression orI orrompresefon
I tompre compression slon of a horizontal beam beamloaded beamloaded beamladed
loaded transversely trausver ely It consists in es esfi eafltnCt
f fi fltnCt nce of two parallel lIIra1lel overlapping overlappingBteel oYerlapplngsteel overlappingsteel
steel bars the opposite ends end of which wlliehrest whichi whichrest
i rest by knife blades against two twopoints twoolnts twopolnta
points olnts of the specimen to be exam examined examIned examIned ¬
1 ined Between the faces of the two twoImrs twohnrs
Imrs lr ° rs is a small roller carrying n mir mirror mIrror mirror ¬
ror Any extension or compression of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the specimen causes the roller to ro rotate 10tate rotate ¬
tate through an angle nngl nnd deflects a alicnm aleam aUeam
licnm leam of light thrown on the surface surfaceof 8urflceof surfaceof
of the small mirror The motion of ofthe ortIle ofthe
the beam of light can be read by a atelescope 1 1tolescope atelescope
telescope of considerable magnifying magnifyingpower 11lagnltylngJIwer magnifyingpower
power JIwer and thus extremely small de deflections deIf detleetfonscan ¬
i flections If tleetfonscan Uons can be accurately 1ccura tel measured measuredThe measuredlke
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c The force of gravity over the land is isdetermined Jsfetcrmlnell Isfeterndned
determined oy counting the number numberof numberor numberof
of swings of a pendulum of known knownlength
t length that occur in a known lapse lap e of oftime ottime ofr
r time Dr Becker of Potsdam lias liasrecently lias1lcently hasrecently
recently made xn attempt to deter determine determine determine ¬
mine the relative force of gravity Itr over overdifferent oyerIlItfereat overdifereat
different parts of the Atlantic Ocean Oceanbetween OceAnb
u between b twHn Hamburg and Bshla Dahl by bymeans byI bymeans
means of a barometer and a Jiypso Jiypsometer hyPlOmetn llypsometer
meter a 1 boilingpoint thermometer thermometerThe thermometeri thermometerThe
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i The barometric formula contains a aterm Ar aterns
r term depending on the Intensity of ofgravity ofIto ofI
Ito I gravity at the place of observation observationThe obl4ryatlonrh observationThe
The rh hysometer i III independent of this thisInflnence thisI thisinhlnence
I Inflnence A comparison of the results resultsof reaultI resultsof
I of simultaneous observations by the thetwo theI theIwo
Iwo methods affords n means of de determining detcmlnlng determining ¬
termining the force of gravity ap apIHoximately ap approximately
I 1 proximately The preliminary results resultsindicate resultsi resultsiadleate
indicate i dleate that gravity of the deep ocean oceani o oceanis COO 11 11l
i is nearly normal and they coufiriu couflrmtratts coufiriuPratta couftrmPratts
Pratta hypothesis in regard to the theItHMtfttic thei
1 ItHMtfttic arrangement of the masses of ofth otthe ofthe
the th earths rtJI8 cr crest crnsLImmunity crestImmunity L LImmunity
Immunity of Window llai OlallIt trtnrrIt llaiIt
It was U the man with the red urns urnslaoht mustuw mtmataew
laoht who 1I1 iH 1 One tiling that I mar marr murvet
r vet > l at dully is I the hl rarity with 1h whlfcf whlfcfwindow I tt ttwindow i iwindow
window glass gll is broken in moving fur furniture fu funacre 11 11dture t ¬
nacre and wl other heavy articles Ilon alonthe along alongtli g
the tli > outside walls waU of big buildings buildingsOnly lJUllclln lJUllcllnOni buildingsOnly
Oni Only this tb this l morning I IIIw s w two men menhoisting menltulllUn menRelating
hoisting ltulllUn greet rlIIt stabs labs of wood to the theroof theroof th throof e
roof of ofaXau a Nassau street once ottfe building buildingAt bulldlo1At
At every twist tW lt of the rope the plank planktwang JJ1RnkIIW1l plan planswung pt
twang IIW1l perilously near to tbe tali p windowsbut windows windowsbut windowhut
but 10 o inWly 11 war VFM each ell movement movementguarded movemontJ1Utrdld movemonguarded r
guarded that not one ouoe did the dangling danglingriMl dangJlnOd8 daugiInends
ends riMl Od8 teach t 1leJ the glass gluI Ja Jat
t I spoke poe to one of the workmen about aboutIH ahou ahoure tc t
IH re 1 + performance and he assured me methat metlult m mhst c
that not once In a hundred times is I a awindow nI r rwindow
I window glass IJII broken In I tile passage passagefrom veSMgtroJl pesengrem e
from rem the tn t ground to the top floor This Thisreedom Ibl Thureedom Iblnaedom s
reedom from accident to of course due duejo du duo e
jo 0 the exceeding carefulness Cftrt > lulnetl of the thenorer tileJtorH th thover e
norer over In mOlt cases they are held heldepo heldpcHl8tbl
heldj
eepoastble < > epo pcHl8tbl tl > l < > for whatever wht > er damage thej thejnay the thenl1 titsnay j
yt
nay iofUrt iud as the windows that thatiftlit thldibt tha thaIglu t
iftlit modern office om buildings are very veryjrprnslre ver verrrpenslve r rpIUIIYe
jrprnslre It would bo a costly ro tl day dayvork dAYI dapwork r
Nark to smash one of them Jfw JfwYork e eYork w wY
I York Y rk TimeYonnxett Time 1bnesYaanget jhn jhnlQun
Yonnxett lQun ut Ilrtllfli ltrnnireli lltonnrcbrime ltrnnireliThe Io lueh
1 The young youn youngest elllt t monarch who ever ertrpudffl a atMidPil awrdPd > v
tMidPil the tb British rltllclh throne was Henry HenryVI IIenr IIenrn HenrFi y
VI He WAS eight months IQo t i and au twenty twentyflve twent twentIn twentyare
are days day old at his accession aeeaIouif
if ifI
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I HYDERABAD CITY1o CITY CITYfa
10 fa European > t lacer En jBleept Sleep TVHhln IU IUIValli It ItVaU Illtrallr
IValli IValliHyderabad VaU VaUHyc1 trallrHyderabad
Hyderabad Hyc1 rabad City tit the home of the Ni Nitarn NItam i iIBm
tarn watt built many centuries ago In Int i it
t valley alley sun aurrouuded euuded by the moet re rernarkable renarkable
rnarkable + scenery scenery In all tho worldCountlesa world worldCountless worldCountletJ8
Countless nge IIge8 tvist volcanic convul convulsions comulsloOl convulslons ¬
sions hurled up gigantic manes ofgranite of ofranite orralllte
granite ranite known now In geological Ian Ianpungo Iftnfungo Iangungo
pungo as Dcccnn Trap Millions ofonsoons of ofmonsoons oflOousoon8
monsoons m onsoons have hn vc slowly washed away awaytho awnyho awayho
ho soiland soil and left theso rounded rocks rocksupstanding rocksl18tantflllg rocksupstanding
upstanding poised on each others others3lioulilors otbershoudors othersJhouldars
3lioulilors and balanced by an impeleptlble Impel impel1eptlble ImpeleptlbJe
eptlble curve or cup The stone issow Is Is3ow IstoW
sow toW largely quarried and la the cold coldseason coldJenson coldreason
season does good service but once the theluminor them11lUlCr therummer
luminor sun asserts Itself the primo primoral prImoval primesal
val heat he > at of mother earth from whosereat whoseGreat whose whoseTreat
Treat reat central depths these boulders boulderstore boulderstore boulderstore
tore their Uieh way to freedom with earth earthluako earthluoke earthiuake
luako force become a D mass of blaz blazUig blnzus blazng
Uig us heat on which even evennutlves natives cannotstand cannot cannotstand cannotitand
stand and whose touch raises blisters blistersu
> u European BUlo om skin says a correspond correspondsnt
snt of the Fittsburg Gazette GazetteThe GazetteThe GazetteThe
The city Is entered from nine gates gatesnortoulllecd gatesJortculllscd gatespart
nortoulllecd part culllsed over deep moats and ov ovary ovry ovry ¬
ary a ry vestige of western life lie Is absolutely absolutelyexcluded nbsolutclyexcluded absolutelyexcluded
excluded No European over sleepswithin sleeps sleepsivltuln slcepsIvltbln
within It Its wall and visitors Isltol armedwith armed armedtvlth ulmedwith
with a permit curious to view Iew this thisoarbaric thl thlnrb8rlc thisaarbarle
oarbaric monument of Oriental Orlcntalllfc life en entor entor entar
tor with awe and misgivings All Allwords APwords A1Iortls
words ortls or gestures which might be beconstrued beconstruel1 beconstrued
construed as antagonistic must be sup suppressed suppressed sttppressed ¬
pressed and should any 11Y motive Inlnv Inlnvleal 1nlmleal lnlmiral
leal to the native safety be suspected suspecteda
a 1 head man utters the ono word At Attock Attack Attack
tack The victim Is surrounded and andis andis 1011I
is I never seen again againThe againhe
The he elty Is guarded by the Nlcamf NiaamItwo Nlcamftwo Nlzumtwo
two armies the regulars and Irregu Irregutart Irregulari
tart and to the latter savage blood bloodthirsty bloodthirsty bloodthirsty
thirsty Asiatics sIRtlc8 armed with swords swordsknives sworl1sknives
knives bludgeons and huge revolversprotruding revolvers revolversprotruding rovolversIrotrulling
protruding from their bulky belts limit thUcoHfculal limitongenial tbile60pnlAl
coHfculal c task is assigned assignedWISE liiJlgnel1WISE
WISE WORDS WORDSOccupation WORDSOeetllmUon WORDSOecupxttiou
Occupation is the scythe of TimeNapoleon Time TimeNapoleon TtmeNapoleon
Napoleon Napoleonm NapoleonParadise NapoleonParadIse NapoleonIaradlse m
Paradise is open to all Ill kind hearts heartsBeranger henrtsBerangel
BerangelI BerangerPraiseunderserved Beranger BerangerPraise
I Praise Pralsltundorscrvea undorscrved is Is scandal scondalln in dls disguisePope dlsguise dsJultmPeptJ
guise JultmPeptJ JultmPeptJl11l guisePopeThe Pope PopeThe
The l11l guard of virtue ic s labor lalior lal or and andease nudeRse
ease e ase her sleep sleepns = Tasso TassoBverV l4tsgaEvery o oEver
Every Ever ono feels his own burden burdenheavy burdcDhooylrench burdenheavyFrench
heavy hooylrench French proverb proverbGenius proorbGenius proverbGenius
Genius finds Its own road and car carrles C3folles carrtes
rles Its own lampWlllmott lampWlllmottTie lamp InWIVlIlwott InWIVlIlwottITe Wlllmott WlllmottHe
He who laughs overmuch may have havean l1avtan havean
an aching heart heartItallan Italian proverb proverbA
A right judgment draws us a profitfrom profit profitfrom profitCram
from all 11I things we see seeShakuspeure seeShakespeareTo Shakespeare ShakespeareTo
To whom you tell your secret you yousurrender youJurrendeJ yousurrender
surrender your our freedom trccdomItallnn trccdomItallnnIlrovcrb Italian Italianproverb ItalianProverb
proverb proverbWealth IlrovcrbWealth ProverbWealth
Wealth is the last thing thln to be eon considered eonsldered ¬
sidered In a successful life IItethere there are aremyriad areI aremyriad
myriad other conditions eondlUonllSucceu eondlUonllSucceulIe Success SuccessHe
I lIe who comes up to his owa ow Idea Ideaof Ideoot
of greatness must always have bad avery a avery avery
very low lowstnndarll standard of it in his noind noindRustcln mlndRuikln mind
Ruskin RuskinWhat
What Credit Is J Date1 JJn eil OnMany On OnMany OnMallY
Many young men beginning n t bust business buslnesl bustness ¬
ness career for themselves make the themistake thEmlstakl themistake
mistake of supposing that financial financialcredit lInanclnlcredit financialcredit
credit Is based wholly upon property propertyor propertor
or capital They do not understandthat understand understandthat unl14rstandthat
that character and nnt reliability com combined comblnetl cornblued ¬
blued with aptitude for ones businessand business businessand businessand
and a 1 disposition to work hard arc farmore far farmore farmore
more important assets to tohnve have thanmillions than thanmillions tbanmlllons
millions of dollars The young felloe felloewho f fellotiwho llot llotwho
who begins by sweeping out the store storeand storeand storeand
and who finally becomes a clerk mana manager manngel manager ¬
ger or superintendent by b hIs energy energjand en energyand erg ergund
and reliability of character does nol notusually nolusually nolusually
usually find It dlf difficult cult to secure credit creditto credllto creditto
to start in business for himself Onthe On Onthe Onthe
the other band jobbing houses are > notinclined not notInclined nolInclined
Inclined to advance credit to the mar marwho marwhl marwho
who though he may have inherited a afortune 8lortune afortune
fortune bus shown no capacity for forbusiness torbuslneu forbusiness
business and is of doubtful character characterThe characterrite characterThe
The young OlOg men wild start for them themselves themIJclVett themselves
selves on n nsmall small scale eft are more ener energetic enehgene > 11el 11elItetlc ¬
gene Work ork harder are more alert are arequicker lireIlulcker arequleker
quicker to appreciate the chances of ofthe oftb ofthe
the tb market and are more polite amt amtwilling am1 am1willing aliiwilling
willing than those with ltIl large hug capitalThe capital capitalThe capital1he
The credit men in jobbing houses ar arvery art arfory artvery <
very ory quick as 1S a rule to see the sue suecessqualities suecf8Squ suecess
cessqualities cf8Squ cess gnalltles 1Ules in prospective buyers buyersand buor8lnd buyersand
and seldom make a mistake in their theliestimate thlhISthn theirestimate
estimate ISthn te of what credit it is safe to ex exad exndO exnilO
ad ndO 0 S Marden In SuccessPrince Success SuccessLrlnce SucCeaslrlnce
Lrlnce EdwnriVn EJw rI1 Frog FIORPrince FrogPrince lrol lrolPrinco
Prince Edward K I dward wnrd of York tho little littlegrandson IIttllgrandson littlegraudson
grandson of Edward VII wns recent recently recentIy recently ¬
ly attacked with Influenza and being beingu
u 1 sturdy lad he complained bitterly bitterlybocauso blttorl blttorlhccnuse bitterlybecause
because he me wan obliged to remain iu iubed IIIbed Inbed
bed Hltf nurse gave him all tho good goodcounsel goo gooounsel gooounsel d
ounsel suitable on ouch an occasion occasionbut occasIonhut occasionhilt
but he paid little heed to liar until until3he unttlht
she lht happened to say that there was vas a alittle alittle alittle
little girl living near the place wh whc whcwas wbcWltli c
was also suffering from Influenza but butwho butwho bu buwho t
who bore the affliction like an angel angelId angelIll
Id like to know that bat girl said saidthe Sltlclthe saidthe
the Prince enthusiastically and at atmy alJDY a
my rate Im going to send her a pros presnt Inesnt prossat
sat nt But what shall I send I bar barbeen have havebeen hanheen e
been taught that prince when they theygive the theIve
give Ive presents should give those thing thingwhich thingwhich thingwhfeb r
which they prize the most Now the thethings tIlethll1gl th ththings e
things which I prize the most are my mybust m mbust y
bust of Lord Roberts and my frog my mybeautiful m mbe mbeautiful y
beautiful be utttul green frog which jumps so sowell 10well
well wellOver wellOve
Over Ove > l this problem he pondered for foicome forfome to r
come minutes and then he said saidlike 1 1like Jlike
like Lord Itoberts very vcr much but I IIke JI
I Jtke Ike my frog a good deal enl better antherefore and andtherefore RlIl RlIlI d
I therefore Ill send my frog to ti title titlesensible tit titI t
I sensible little girl girlSettled girlSettlell girlsettled
Settled l by y Golf GolfThe Ooltrile
The Kottarlng I li tt ring School Board and Ur Urban UrIHtn U Uban r red ¬
ban tloundlhaving Council having bavIn been at cross cro s pup puppouts PULJO pit pitposes rr r
pouts JO es regarding the site of a proponed proponedrofiwo propOIoootuo propoa propoaroftlso ed
rofiwo iMfrVctor it was resolved t to tootflo tooWO 0
otflo tile dispute by n 1 game of golf golfThe golfTbe golfThe
The Urban Urb n Councilors won and th the theSchool theS e
School S l1001 Board have II1 had to withdraw withdrawtheir wlthdlawtheir wlthdtatheir w
their opposition
A CATERPILLAR DIET DIETfclentliti DIETelentbt DIETclentirtr
fclentliti elentbt biro Tlio ho Devoured the InifcU Jn 1nskQtr t to toTell te1cut toTest
Tell it Theory TheoryA Theoryrather
A rather singularexampleofsaerlflce singularexampleofsaerlflceIn Iln ularexampleotl erJftte erJftteIn
In n the cause uae o of science was mentioned mentionedby menUonedb
by b y Professor Poulton In n hie hJ lecture lec uro atthe at titthe atttae
the Royal Institution says the Daily DailyQraphic DaffyGraphic
Graphic of o recent issue on the protee proteettv protett protecttve
ttv tt ttve colon of insects IDSecta When fife Ui r rsona reasons rea reasons ¬
sons for the coloring of butterflies buttarfilawings butterfUHwiuSS butterflieswings
wings was first examined and nut putJon cm a abasis ablls abasis
basis blls of agreement with theory af afshat afshatoral bat batural Jjt Jjtmal
ural selection selection it was pointed pOIDtedoutti out thatthere that tfiatthere nt
there were two kinds klnd of coloring the thereasons thereasons thereasons
reasons for which appeared at first firstsight fintalght tinteight
sight mutually contradictory Thara Tharawas TherltWaS Thenewas
was the coloring which insects ap appeared atpea ¬
peered pea red to assume so o as to identify identifythemselves Identitythemseh
themselves themseh S as closely as possible with withtheir With Withtheir withtheir
their surroundings and so to osQape osQapeobservation esOapeobservation estlapeobservation
observation and this was easily un understood understood understood ¬
derstood because insects which Qlud Qluded Iluded dluded
ed the observation of their anemias enemiessurvived anemiassurvived anemiassurvived
survived longest longestBut longestBut longestBut
But there wore besides many butter buttarfllcs bulterles butterles
fllcs ti les and caterpillars which wer were ex extremely exI extrernoly ¬
I tremely conspicuous in their coloring coloringwhose coloringwhose coloringwhose
whose flaunting hues were a constant constantadvertisement conathntadvertisement constantadvertisement
advertisement of their presence Why Whyhati Whyha1 Whyhall
hall natural selection given them these thesecharacteristics thesocharacterIstics thesecharacteristics
characteristics The reply was sug suggested Slggosted stlggosted ¬
gosted by Darwin that posibly these thesecolors thesetolors thesecolors
colors were associated with insectswhich Insects Insectswhich Ins ts tswhich
which made distasteful food for theirenemies their theirenemies theirenemies
enemies So it was found to be The TheTery TheTery Thevery
Tery bright caterpillar was usually usuallyfound usuallyfound usuallyfound
found to be avoided by the insect eat eaters eaterS eaters ¬
ers and this was especially the case casewith cnsewith casewith
with the caterpillar of the magpie magpiemoth magpiemothwhkh magpiemothwhich
moth mothwhkh which has remained for many manyyears manyyoors manysoars
years the chief example of the theory theoryBut theoryBut theoryBut
But lately the theory has been at attacked attacked atacked ¬ i
tacked t by M Plateau a Belgian en entomologlflt entomologletand entomaloglet
tomologlflt tomologletand and by Mr Wear of Texas TexasM TuuM TexacoPlateaus
M Plateaus objection was w based on his htsown h hown hiselan
own experience He ate th the caterpil caterpillars eaterpUlars caterpilars ¬
lars l ars of o the magpie moth mothand and found foundthem founjl founjlthem founilthem
them not distasteful rather insipidperhaps insipid insipidperhaps Inilobperhaps
perhaps but with something of thelavor the theflavor thefunor
flavor f of dry tweet aiuonde So wtfch wtfchMr wUhMr wqtMr
Mr Wear who found the most con conspicuous conpleuoul coneplcuous ¬
spicuous Texan caterpillar to have 1a 1apleasant a apleasant apeuant
pleasant nutty flavor These Th se oppo opponents oPPOnents opponente ¬
nents of established theory invited en antomologtste entomologists ontomologt ¬
tomologists tomologt ta to pursue thea that lines of ofinvestigation ofJnvNtlptfon ofnvestigation
investigation i But as as Mr Guy Mar Marchall 1Iarehall Marshall
shall and Professor Poulton have havepointed lllvepointed havepointed
pointed out man is not an insect eater eat eater eater ¬
er and Ills palate is no criterion of thettraction the theattraction theattraction
attraction a which a grub may possess posstMfor POM POMtor possessfor
for animals who so like insects Mr MrMarshall MrIllIhaU MrMarshall
Marshall has pursued the research researchalong researchalonl researchalong
along the proper lines Une and has found foundthat foun1that Dunathat
that mho limnal chryslppus the most mostconspicuous mostconlplcuooi mostconspicuous
conspicuous colored African butterfly butterflyis butter y yIs
is one upon which no insect In eet eater will w111on willon willon
on any account make a mealthough amealthoughthe meal mealthoughthe though thoughthe
the human palate finds nds nothing dis disagreeable disagreeable dis disagreeable ¬
agreeable about it itAt itAt itM
At School SchoolSometimes ScllnolSometimes SchoolSometimes
Sometimes the New York schoolboy schoolboyshines schoolboychinas hoolboyehlnes
shines with a brilliance undreamed of ofand oranl1 ofand
and surprises both his teacher and andclassmates andclaumates andlassmates
classmates c with his startling true an announcements annOUllefJment announcements ¬
nouncements When grammar school schoolNo schoolNo ch ol olNo
No 40 used to be on East Twentythird Twentythirdstreet Twentytldrdstreet Twentythirdtreet
street s treet there was a boy of this nature naturethere naturethere naturethere
there One day during an etymology etymologyrecitation et7mol etymologyecitation Y Yrecitation
recitation r the word abnormal fell toto to toto toto
to him to define He had not the slight slightest IUghtest slighteat ¬
est idea of its meaning meanln but he put putup putup putup
up a II bluffAb bluff bluffAb bluffAb
Ab ab a Latin preface meaning meaningback meaningbaek meaningback
back or away awn from So far he was wassuccessful wassllcce8lful wassuccessful
successful But normal was toe toemuch 00 00much oomuch
much until suddenly be remembered rememberedthe
the popular name of the girls high highschool hIghIchoal highschool
school Abnormal keep away from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the girls he said satisfied that he had hadfound hadtound hadfound
found the meaning of the wordThe word wordTho worl1The
The same boy was once questioned questionedin
in regard to personal pronouns andwas and andwas anl1was
was asked to illustrate his knowledge knowledgethereof knowled knowledgethereof e ethoreof
thereof by rewriting the sentence Co Columbus COlumbus Ctliambus ¬
lumbus discovered America using usingpersonal utngrsonal ustnppersonal
personal rsonal pronouns The Th 1 result wad la laconic 1ftconicOIl inconicI ¬
conicOIl conic I discovered it And so our ourchildren ourchildren ourchildren
children learn English grammar lrammrNew lrammrNewYork grammarNewYork New NewYork
York Sun SunHow Sunhow
How 110 Tilliiinn Kent AVnrron AVnrronThere rarronThere Rnon RnonThere
There is a goodnatured < < rivalry between be between between ¬
tween Senators Tillman of South Caro Carolina Carolina CaraTina ¬
lina and Warren of Wyoming Womln as aswhich to towhich towblrh
which is the real r > eal farmer When they theydiscuss tbe tbedlacul8 theydiscuss
discuss the subject su jfd they COMpare tb tbmuscles Ute tkamuscles UtemlLlclEs e
muscles of t their hands nan OB and arms and andswap IIndNap en enswap d
swap Nap experiences exp rlencee of their early days daysDid da7loDid daysDid
Did you ou ever milk cows co asked askedWarren aakadWarren askedWarren
Warren WarrenNo WarrenNo WarrenNo
No replied TiUman but I have haveplowed hftveplowecl haveplowed
plowedSo plowed plowedSo ploweclSo
So have I said ld Warren and Ihave 1 1have 1haw
have milked cows cow too Then for six sixdays sixda11 sl sldays x
days a week from early morn until untilsundown untilundown untilsundown
sundown for an lpUre < ntlre winter I chop chopped chopped chopped ¬
ped wood woodThats woodThats woodThats
Thats how you OU got your big mus muscles muscles musdies ¬
cles iu your arms remarked Tlllman Tlllmanadmiringly Ttilmanadmiringly flllmantdmlrlngly
admiringly I have chopped wood woodtoo woodtoo woodtoo
too when I was clearing land ButWarren But ButWarren nutWarrtnsaid
Warren Warrtnsaid said the South Carolinian II IIhad r l lhad
had to take charge of a L farm whoa 1 Iwas 1WBII 1was
was seventeen yeah 1IG old and I managed managedit manaadIt r rIt 1
it until I was elected e ted governor You Younever Younpv Younever
npv never r ran a farm as long OK that thatNo thatOINo
OINo No said Senator Warren that thatbeats thatbeatl t
beats meWashington me Washington Wa lllnltOrl Poet PoetThi PoetThl PatThe
The Wellington Elm ElmAmong KirnAmong nlrnAmong
Among tHe curios of Windsor Castle Castleis CasUeis CastleIs
is a Royal chair made IDaII entirely out oi oithe ofthe o f
the trunk of the famous elm by whleb whlebthe whlebtbe
the Duke of Wellington stood toad at the thebattle thtbattle th e
battle of Waterloo The hlatpry of the thetree thetree th e
tree says the Military Mall is curl curloua curlou curlomm
oua ou When Mr Children one of the thecurators thecurators til e
curators of the British Museum visit visited visited
ed the Plain of Waterloo not many manyyears mM1yra man
years after the battle he found the thetree thetree th e
tree in question marked for destruc destruction deetruatlon ¬
lion by the proprtato of the soil eo II who whotold whetold wh a
told him that to 0 many I r people cams f fvisit tc tcvisit icJllt °
visit Jllt it t that the produce of half an anacre aDIcre a aacre n
acre of land was 18 annually lnII lost in eon eonsequence eonlfHu8J1ce eonnsequence
sequence A bargain was soon struck struckand etrUdf etrUdfand struckand
and Mr Child 1ndn rtn lMMm hse m me the owner othis o othis of oftbl
this tbl precious pitas pie of timber timberyrult t1mb t1mbFruIt
yrult and Yowl VowliLarge 101Larg
Large Larg quantities of fruit and fowls fowlsare towlsare fowl fowlare s
are bcin being sent to the Transvaal from fromNatal fromNatlli fro m <
Natal Nearly every ev ry morning a train trainleaves troInlela trot n <
leaves Durban loaded
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I I have a stood Oad on the bridge at mid midnight midl midnight ¬
night nightAnd l nightAnd llkt llktAnd
And the clock was striking thehour the thehour thehour
hour hourThe hourThe
The hour rose up indignant indignantAnd IndllnantAnd indignantAnd
And struck back with all its powerCite power powerLlfQ powerLUo
= CiteRDADl Cite LlfQREADY LUoI
I I READY FOR R HIM HIMIs HIMj
j Is ho a very ver reckless chauffeur chauffeurReckless clu1ltrourReckless chauffeurReckloss
Reckless Why Wb when hen the town townauthorities townauthorities townuthorities
authorities a see him starting they or order ordel orier ¬
del t out the ambulanceChicagNews ambulance ambulanceChlcasu ambulanceChlcasuNews Chicago ChicagoNews °
News NewsANOTHER NewsANOTHER NewsANOTHER
ANOTHER UNIQUElFEATURE UNIQUTAFEATURETheres UNIQUE UNIQUElFEATURETherofI FEATURE FEATURETheroa
Theroa one queen thing thing about Cecil CecilRhodes CecilRhodes CecllRhodos
Rhodes will that the public doesntseem doesnt doesntseem doesntseem
seem to have noticed noticedWhats noUcedWhatfI ttotteedWhats
Whats that thatHis that1t that1tHis thatHis
His heirs havent havcntd decided Olded to try tryto tryto tryto
to break it ItChleago Chicago RecordHerald RecordHeraldMET RocordHeraldlIET
MET THEIR MATCHClarenceWelt MATCH MATCHClarence MATCHClarenceWell
Clarence ClarenceWell Well were w were re your friendsMrs friends friendsMrs CrlendsMrs
Mrs Hobbs and Mrs Dobbs congenialClaraOh congenial congenialClara congenIalClaraoh
Clara Claraoh Oh Clarence each found an anopportunity anopportunity anopportunity
opportunity to tell me that the other otherwas otherwas
was the biggest talker she had had evermetDetroit ever evermet eormetDetrolt
metDetrolt met Detroit Free Press PressA Pre PreA PriseA
A SUFFERERYes SUFFERER SUFFERERYes SUFFERERYes
Yes Pilcher broke down and had hadto hadto hadto
to go away for his healthWhat health healthWhat bealthWhat
What was the matter matterwith with him himi himEvory himEvery
Every complaint known to manHow man manHow manHoW I
How could that bo boH boHe beIle
H He was a rental agent ugentIndlansp ugentIndlanspoils Indianap Indianapolis ¬
oils News NewsMANS
MANS SELFISHNESS SELFISHNESSHe SELPISHNESSHeDarling SELFISHNESSHeDarling
He HeDarling Darling what do you suppose I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have done today todayShe todarSheI todaySheI
She SheI I couldnt guess in a hundred hundredyears 1IUnredJears hundredyears
years yearsHe JearsHeI yearsHeI
He HeI I have had my life insured insuredShe InluredSheTh insuredSheThats
She SheTh SheThats Thats t Just like you John JohnMann JohnMann JohnMann
Mann All you seem to think of Is Isyourself Ssyour isyouralLBoston
yourself your youralLBoston eltBoston Boston Transcript TranscriptA
A PROFITABLE BUSINESS BUSINESSDont BUSINESSDont
Dont you find It t very trying she sheasked sheBsked sheasked
asked the great man to have to fur furnish furnlsh ¬
nlsh your autograph to so many per perBlatant pert pertslllltElnt persteteat
Blatant people peopleOh peopleOh peopleOh
Oh no he answered Most of ofthem oCtbem ofthem
them send stamps and I return the theautograph theautograph
autograph on a post card cardChlcago cardChlcagoRecordHerald cardChicagoRecordHerald Chicago ChicagoRecordHerald
RecordHerald RecordHeraldCOMMUNITY RecordHeraldCOMMUNITY RecordHeraldCOMMUNITY
COMMUNITY OF INTEREST INTERESTJudRlns INTERESTJudRtnsI
JudRlns JudRtnsI I learn that through your youragent youragent youragent
agent you you have bought tho properties propertieson
on either side of your house and got gotthem gotthem gotthem
them cHeap How did you manage it itFoxley itFoxleyEully ItFoxleyEasily
Foxley FoxleyEully Easily enough My wife is isan Jsan
an elocutionist elocgtlattlet my daughter plays the thepiano thenlano thepiano
piano George the cornet I the violin violinob violinb violinair
ob b the banjo Charley rattles the theinet theq thene5
q inet n ne5 l Sna little little Johnnie has the thedrum thedrumTltBI thedrumTit
drum drumTltBI drumTltBIHER drumTit TitBits TitBitsHER Bita BitaHER
HER TRIBULATIONS TRIBULATIONSCharlie TRIBULATIONSChar1le TRIBULATIONSCharlie
Charlie dear said young Mrs MrsTorklns MrsTorkins
Torklns Torklns Is there anything on yourmind your yourmind yourmhiII
mind mind
mindNot Not a thing thlngl he answered gaily gailyWhat gailyWhat
jiWhat What did you think was on my mymind mymind
mind mindNothing
Nothing I know It would be thatway that thatway
way It was las only onlYf1ftcon fifteen minutes ago agothat agothat agothat
that I told you to do lo a lot of errands errandsdown errandsdown
down town and you said you ou wouldnt wouldntlet wouldntlet
let them go off your mind for a min minute mInute m1nute ¬
ute and now youve broken your our word wordagain
again againWashington lgalnYashlngtQn Washington StarCLEVERNESS Star StarCLEVERNESS
CLEVERNESS CLEVERNESSYou
You say 1iI1 ho has an automobilesaid automobile automobilesaid
said Miss MI Cayenne CayenneYes C CayenneYes yennf yennfYes
Yes YesAnd
And he has ha been using it for sometime some sometime somettme
time timeHo
Ho has hasHe
He must b be very er clever cleverI
I dont see why owning an automo automobile automobile ¬
bile 1Ie shows that one is clever cleverIt
It isnt owning It my dear that thatallows I IJ1boWl
allows superior Intelligence Its be being beinl beable ¬
ing able to fix it when it breaks down downalx clownsIx
sIx or eight miles from home homeWashington homeWJllhlngton homeStar
Washington Star StarMOROSE
I IMOROSE
MOROSE MOROSEOf MOROSEOf
Of course said tho studious man manthe
the stage has not always been held heldIn boldIn holda
In a high esteem And yet I feel safefa safe safeIn safeIn
In saying that when illiteracy lIIlterac was the therule therule therule
rule in most walks of life there never neverwas neverwas
was a time when actors could not readand read readand rcnl
and write writeThats writeThats
Thats right answered Mr Storm Stormington Stormngton Stormington
ington Barnes with a touch of cynic cynicism cnlefsm ¬
ism I suppose there never was a a1me
time 1me when we did not feel compelled compelledto
to to fortify ourselves with the ability to toread
read eall guide posts and write home for formoney lorm formoneyWashington
neyWashlngton money m Washington Star StarWRITING StarWRITING
WRITING HIS LAST WORDS WORDSAlbert WORDSAlbert WORDSAlbert
Albert BIgelow Paine the poet who whowrote whowrote
wrote Yon Ought to Be in KansasWhen Kansas KansasWhen
When the Sunflowers Blow has beencalled been beencalled beencalled
called the champion Iong longdistance longdistancestammerer dlstance
t
stammerer of the earth One day daywhen
when he had spent the greater part of ofa t
a minute in asking a friend what time timeit timeIt timeft
it was the friend sister ater telling him himremarked
remarked remarkedIf remarkedHJC
HJC If you over intended to become fa famous lamous famoos ¬
moos mous by your last words you OU would wouldbetter wO1ldbetter
better write them out outWwwwwhhhhy out4Wwwwwhhhhy7 outWw
Wwwwwhhhhy Ww w w w h h h h y asked Pains PalnaBecause PainoBecaula
Because replied his friend if ifyou ifyou
you ou were ere to attempt to say thorn youd youdnover
novel live long enough to finish the thesentence thesonteneeNew thesentenceNew
sentence sonteneeNew New York Times TimesHot TImesHot TimesHot
Hot Crescent Crcc nt Buns BunsAn BunsAn 0 0n
An n East Side baker finding that thavCertain tha thatgbrtaln h ho
Certain o rtaln of hIs Mohammedan custom customera custometa
eta era objected to the dross dfOssou on tho CUB CUBternary costgmary
ternary bun bad rwdntly a part of ofhJ otf
hfa hJ f stock stamped IItamp d with tho Prophets Prophetsjsrlscent pr phets phetsscentW8fltmlnster
jsrlscent uxesrentWeatminster scentW8fltmlnster Westminster Gazette
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AMERICAN AM ERICAN ELEPHANTS ELEPHANTSSlow ELEPHANTSSlaw LEPIIANT5Slow
Slow Identification of Species Frot FrotFoull Fm FmFossil
Fossil Remains RemainsEnough Remains1inoulh RemainsEnough
Enough Information s afforded tro troyear
year eetr to year by newly found fossils fossilsenable
enable enab1 the naturalists to improve the thelclallUl theclassfAcatlall
classification clallUl atlon of tIle elephants tho thoon thi thionto
onto on roamed over North Amerlcrederick
Frederick F A Lucas one of the theperti
pert perts in the National Museum Museumtashington
Washington writes to Science to s sthat
that at least three such species hav havnow ha hanow
I now been Identified laentl ed ISIenhas prl prlgenius
genius which is the species whol wholfrozen who whofrozen
frozen bodies have been exhumed
Siberia lived In Alaska IIr1tl IIr1tlAnterEca
America and as far couth as a Wash Washington WashIngton iVas iVasIngtan h l
ington D C and St Louis It hatupwarll h hpward
upward u curling tusks a shaggy hid hidattained hide hideattained hIdeattalnod e
attained a height oC o from nine to thir thirteen thlrtoon thi thiicon r
teen feet and Is popularly known knownthe a athe
the mammoth Then there th re was a sec second second se seand
ond apocios Eloplms columbl whI whIlnhahlted
Inhabited the southern part of th thUnited t
United States and was a little I larg largthan
than the tl creature Just described Ti Tilate
Into Joseph JOR Josr ph Leidy of Philadelphia Philadelphiaono Phlladelphine a l
ono o ne of th greatest authorities in thesEmatters them themmatters
matters thought t that he recognized recognizedthird
third species to which ho gave th thnamo t tname h
name Elephas itrrperator Mr Lucalsays Lur Lursays
says that teeth discovered In India Indiaerritory
Territory T erritory last fall confirm Loldys be belief bo1Iet b blief o
lief on this point and establish I IperaEnr Im Impcrator ImperatoI 1e
pcrator as a distinct species speciesRemains spccloflUel111Ins speciesRemains
Remains of mastodons also ha
been found In abundance lit n this coun country eountry con contry n I
try though in the majority of casos casosthe casosthe case casethe 6 I
the specimens are very incomplete incompleteIndeed incomploteIndeed lncomplotIndeed e
Indeed It Is unusual to find more th thn than thana a en n
a few fo teeth or tusks of these tnese t ese animals animalsHowever animalsHowever animalhowever s I
However Inasmuch as B the distinction distinctionbetween distinctionbetween dlatinctl dlatinctlbetween ° n 11
between mastodon mastollon and elephant elephantbead is isbased illbaud II
based mainly on dental characters characteristics cl1aracterllltiel charactersties e I ¬
tics an important Important clew is furnish furnishby furnished furnishedby furnIshedhy ed J I
by n single tooth Mr Lucas declares declaresthat declaresthat daclar Is Isthat s
that more coMnslon co fnSon exists in regard regardto regal regalto m mto rd
to the proper ropol classification of masto mastodons mastodons mast mastdons rdo o I ¬
dons than of elephants Only ono onospecies onoJpf or orapecfer o rJ
species Jpf > cles of the the former Corm is satisfactorily satisfactorilyoutlined laUttactorflroUtlhlll aatietactorl aatietactorloutlluwl ly r
outlined This is e the widely distribut distributed dlrtrlbuerl t f ¬
ed Ameriranus He regards t tShepard tha thaShepardi th thShpardi ha
Shepard of California a fairly dis distinct 1111tinct ql qltlnet a I ¬
tinct species and also the Obscurua Obscuruaor Obreurur e i
or o r Fieri Florll1anuII danns of the South Atlarit Atlaritcoast Atlantic Atlanticcoast Atlnl1 to tl tlont ij 1
coast He Inclines to think that Lel Leltea Leld Leldwas Leldr Leldrwas d r r
was w as aswhile too cautious in his separation separationwhile sep raUon raUonwhile °
while Cope appears to him to have havegone havesona ha haone ve
gone g one to the otlJ other > r extreme It Is not notunlikely notunlike n nunlikely of 1 t
unlikely unlike that there were half dozen dozenspecies clmrnSllccisl doze dozespecies n
species of mastodons < n America Amt > rlr8 but butother butother bt btother tt t
other light la needed to make thew thewclear theW1clear them themlear n I
clear c lear
On Parrots ParrotsThere ParrotsThere ParrotsThere
There seems to be no limit to tho thocapacity thocapnefty t tapacity ho t
capacity C for acquiring the human humanlanguage humanlanauage humslanguage n I
language possessed by this Intelligent Intelligentbird Intelligentbird Intelllge Intelllgebird nt J t
bird It often pick up not only onlywords onlywOlde on1 on1words y r
words but long sentences which have havebeen havebeen hay haybeen e t i
been pronounced In its It presence onngle on a asingle aII
single II ngle I occasion only onl While as for foraomestlc torlorntic f fdomeltic or
aomestlc sounds of all kinds Idnd from fromthe tromthe from fromthe
the whimpering of an infant to t tsrorvtng the thesiowing thelIowt be t I
siowing lIowt 5of of ceeks and even the song songaf sonllr son sonf beg g 5
af f a canary canal bird all these are readily readilyacquired readnyql1lred readll readllargalred y
acquired ql1lred The male is I however giv given glvan gl glen v ¬
en to screaming when angry or agi agitated agioted ag i ¬
fated ted It sometimes associates words wordswith W01llswJth wordwith
with 1 things One owned by b Mr MrGreene Ai Ailteene r
would yell Potato If it saw lawlun sa w r
lun heon laid so loudly that it could could110ver cool d I
be admitted to that meal for It Itillways
dropped the potato and shout shoutJd shoutd t td
Jd > + d for more Thorn Is an idea that the thebrillIantly t ha >
colored parrots do not tl tlThere JI JIrhero >
Is s no reason why they should shonlu110t shoal u
and many possess the imitative JmltaUvoInstinct °
One ojt the most richly col collfed co l ¬
of all is tho purplocappod lory loryCram to rye
tho Moluccas Us whole body hod y yet t
crimson et Imaon and rOle rose its wings green greennIl
nIl its crest purple It is a athtek thicksot thlcksotbird s t
like a big bullfinch and can be belghY
lghY educated It Is tame and gen genIe ¬
Ie an excellent llnguls linguleg and mimic 1nlmlcl1 in1m1 c
l1 fcr shrieks and is very amiable aml amiablealso ble It ItI
I s also a ventriloquist It is worth worthl10Unl wort h i
that some of the lories which whichne whle It i
very ery fond of flowers have been beenpollOned bee beeoisoned n i
oisoned by being given liiburnum luburnuDlIloom ltburnu m
There is a belief that par pa paota ¬
ota should not be allowed water to torlrlnk t 0
but only sopped food f food od We be beIllve ¬
that this is a mistake mistake which wUlc
au them great misery They The are am e
great water drinkers and some corn e
can go 0 without it for a con conIlderabJ co n ¬
time But In their native nativeItate nattyate e
ate most of thOle which have boon heenblorved boo boobearved n
come regularly to the water rvat er
to drink drlnkThe The Spectator SpectatorWhy SpoctatorWhy SpectatorWhy
Why We Shake Hands HandsTo HandTo HandsTo
To shake hands with a person i 11 11lghUy 1e
regarded as a token of emit amttJUt r
very few know how this custom Otlstorrlrose miato m
lroseAceorlIng
According to a French ethnologist ethnologlltiVhenever t
two men met In former formaImes farm farmlures o
they were accustomed accust med to hold u nl nlhclr i
right hands in front of them na aJL
L sign Ign that they had no Intention oi 0 0tU1cJtlng
each other This mark of otonfldence C
however did not prove prov provI11ffleIent pro vo
in all cases for a man maj mil millolcl maimp
up his right hand and yet if ho hocepe ii 0
cepe it closed may have a weapon we weep pon pononcoaled an
In St t and therefore it It be benmo bi ° ¬
the custom for the two right rightlands rig
to grasp gra each eac other as only onlyhUll on ly
hUll could full fl1llaelufance assurance be given that the t
10 weapon was Concealed In either of othem
hemFormerly
Formerly therefore this gesture selturelOW
tho token of loyalty 10Y lty and friend friendIhlI 1 1hip ¬
hip was one of reciprocal distrust distrustWhy dilltrusthy dlstrusWhy t
Why hy Tennlel Never Married MarriedA
A good story Is told of Sir John JOhllrennlel Jo Joenniel hh
enniel the famous amou cartoonist One OneIny On e
Iny they armed him why wh he nev never narnarrled er
Well he replied If I IlIul
lIul married a girl she be would always 4IWIQHlae alw a aave Ye
ave wanted to be going about all aUIver a ll
the place and that would not notIave n it
Iave suited nUt hi whllo on the other otherland nth er
if I I l had married an elderly loci lady ladyhe y
he would would have worn a shawl an and andhat d
I hat I could not have stood stoodLondon stoodIondon stoodLondon
London has 600 acres of docks ocJI3 LIi LI1Irpool Lt r
643 awes
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LIVE NEWS OF THE THEOLD TilEDO T1I k
OLD 411 DO DOMINION D018INIONLatest IINION IINIONLntes
Latest Happenings Gleaned From Att Attir At Atlr
ir 11 Over the State StateI Stntelt
lt a lta I CLASPED HANDS OVER OPEN GRAVE GRAVBs GRAVElloveraar RJVe RJVex
x s ¬
n Governor Montague and Senator Marlin Martiny
y Shake Hands at LyacbburpTroia Lyncbburj Train Robber Robbero
o Searchy Has Disappeared A Runaway RuaawayII
II 1 Engine Ea IDe Causes a Death DeathTwo Two Hundred Dol Dolo 12
10 o Ian for Two Plols PintsOilier Oilier Newt NewtVirginia Newn Newh
n
h Virginia pensions Increase rcstora
v ¬ lion tionreissue reissue c cThomas Thomas Taylor Co Cod CoIl
d liokc 10 Samuel Hart National Mili Military Military
tary Home Elizabeth City 10 Jeff JcflFNational Jeffr
¬ Porter Trevilians 8 i Joseph Ho IIogg g
National Military jitr y Home Elizabeth City = Ity
IJ 2 William Tracy I racy National Military
¬ Home Elizabeth City t2 Original
J1 n Joel r i H TT itnii i ° n nc
Whitehend
Arlington 6 Rob Robe Robcrt
c crt Gleason Norfolk 6 Var Varwith with withr
11 r Spain SpainLouis Louis B Hill Manchester 6 6e
e Increase Restoration Reissue c cl
Calvin McClenncy Coiirtland 10 Rob RobElizabcth Robcrt Robert
crt Newton National Soldiers Home
a Elizabeth City 10 Samuel Landenber Ltndenberer Landenbergcr
goer er National Soldiers Home Elizabeth
s City ity 12 Pattic Keeling Driver 8IS 8
s Original OriginalWar War with Spain SpainHenr Henry B Bn
Start Amelia C H 6 Increase Res ResNational Restoration
¬ toration Reissue cPhilip Schmidt
Lo > National Soldiers Home Elizabeth City Cityu CityI2 Cityla
u John B Whiting Williamsburg 8 8e
George Gcore C Kcllam I < ellam Pungoteague 12
¬ Washington Johnston Winchester 8
Thomas Edlin Spoltsylvania C H u
James Cliffy Berkley 6 6A 6A
A fatal freight fr ight wreck occurrcd at 7 A
M on the Southern Railway in the cor corporate
porate limits of Lynchburg Four mile mil
from the city on a grade 15 loaded loadecfII
freight cars broke away and came at full fullspeed
speed to the city where they collided ut
on Jefferson J elT non street with an engine en ine and andcaboose
caboose going south wrecking eight cars carsof c coca cocaof r rof
of cotton and lumber The engineer re reversed reo reoI
versed his hi engine and with the flagman flagmanand flagmanand
and brakcman juhipcd j The conductor conductorstayed
stayed on the caboose which with the thereversed
reversed engine ran back at fil full l speed speedthrough speedthrough
through the Southern yards where he
jumped The ruunway runaway engine and ca caI
boose ran into the engine of a freight freightc1amiging
Damaging it considerably and breaking
the th caboose into kindling wood which whichr
lh then l ii Tf v vy
eauglm caught fire The runaway engine engiriewa
wa was also badly y damaged < anaSco Owen Field Fieldsthe Ficljdsthe
the flagman who jumped was caught caughtluuler
under a car of lumbcr and wa was so badly
injured that he died soon after nftcrembers
Members embers of f
the constitutional conven convenlion cOI1cntion
lion lion are now engaged in preparing lists listsof
of registers and electoral boards for the thevarious thea1 thevarcrs
various a1 CIs sections of f the State which will
be submitted and voted on soon after the theconvention th thconvcntion theconvention
convention reassembles on May Ma 22 Th Thmen Thruen The Themen
men selected to serve on these important importanfbodies
bodies will be the best and most honest
citizens of the State It is thought that thatthe
the adjourned session of the convention conventiowtll
will not be very long for there now no noi
seems no doubt that the new constitution constitutionwill constitutiOlwill
will be proclaimed The most interesting interestingsubject iuterestinpsubject
subject will be the terms tem1 of State offi officers ot otcen otltcars
cars Many of them will be abridged abridgedafter abridgldlfter abridgedafter
after warm contests
Ever since the gubernatorial campaign campaignthe call1paignthe
the relation rekrtianM between Governor Mon Montague Montague
tague and United States Senator Tho Thos
S Martin have not been cordial But Fri ¬
day they clasped hands virtually across acrossin acrolU1 across3n
in open grave Both went to Lynchburg
to attend atten the funeral of Major Otey and andthere
there put aside whatever of bitterness
xistcl isted between them Senator Martin Martinwas Martinwas +
was iii force of the nomination of Claude
A Swanson over Montague and there therewere therewcre
were various ariousrcports reports of sayings and ac aclions actions ti titions
tions on his part calculated to arouse ill j
feeling between him lil1l and Mr Montague
Now permanent friendly relations seem seemrestored Seemrestored seem seemrestored r
restored restoredIt
It is practically certain that the Gov Governor Coyernor
ernor will not order or cr a special election to tonil
nil the vacancy in Congress caused by
the death of Major i Peter J Otcy of the
Sixth District of Virginia The Govern Governor ¬
or it is understood feels that nothing
would he gained by b this action as there thereis 1
is is a strong probability that Congress will willadjourn willadjourn 1
adjourn shortly It will remain there
fore for the regular primary in the
Sixth District and it now seems more
than likely that State Senator Carter
Glass of Lynchburg will be chosen Mr
Glass is owner and editor of two papers
in Lynchburg the News and the Ad Advance Adance Advanes ¬
vance ance The I ho date of the primary k
July 26 26James 26James 6 6James
I James Brown rowu was wa tried in the County
I I Court of Rockhridgc for selling whiskey
in that a local option district without withouta
a license and fined gone 200 by the jury and andsciitenceU andsenteneU
sciitenceU to jail for three months by
Judge Houston Brown
had taken an anumiuii al1appeal
umiuii appeal ijuni from the im recent itvtm jiuuiiiK finding cii of iviayor Mayor
Pierson who had fined him iooan iooangiven rooand rooandgiven 00 ane anegiven < >
given him a sentence of six months Tin Thesale Tinsale Thlale
sale ale of two pints of whiskey was the thiquantity th thql1l1ntity thequantity
quantity involved involvedCharles l1olvedCharles
Charles J Searcy the Aquila trair trairrobber trairrobber
robber who on being released last weelfrom wel4 wel4from week <
from the State penitentiary went imme immediatcly immediately imntediatcly
diatcly to Brooke and Stafford Court Courthouse Courthouse
house the scene of his crime and con conviction conviction
viction and said he would remain for fotseveral forseveral
several days dll has departed Though it i isaid iaid is
said aid that he bought a ticket for Wash Washington ¬
ington his whereabouts or future des destination destination destinatian ¬
tination isimknown isimknownJoseph illunknownJoseph
Joseph Bryan owner of the Richmond
Times and nd president prc idcnt of the Richmond Richmond1ocomotivc
Locomotive Works will probably probabl be se
lectcd for president of the Jamestown
Exposition Company It is known that
he is the choice of most of the vice vicepresidents ict ictprellidents
presidents and on their behalf it is issaid isaid
said aid a tentative offer of the position ha hi has
been made him Mr Bryan has given giventin g CfI CfItlO
tin definite answer but it is understood understoodthat understoodthat understoodthat
that he is inclined to accept the tender tenderSheriff tenderSheriff tenderSheriff
Sheriff Angcll An ell of Franklin arrived it itRoanoke ir irRoanoke itRoanoke
Roanoke from the Southwest with Gar Garfield Carfield
field Young who is charged with forg forgoing ¬
ing the name of his fatherinlaw to a aapplication all allapplicntiotf > s sapplieatiorf
application for a marriage license licenseYoung licenseYo licenseVoting
Young Yo ng was married several months ago agoRev agClRev
Rev W H Fields a Bethany College CollegeIQOI
IQOI graduate now pastor of the Beam Benl BenlPa
Pa Christian Church will be tried at aiBethanv atBethany
Bethany next month on a a charge of ille illegal illegar ¬
gal voting at the recent Bethany mum municipal mUIIcipal ¬
cipal cipal election The charge is that he wa wamoved was Wafwithout
without residence qualification al he reo reomoved re removed
moved to Beaver in April AprilA AprilA
A freight train on the Baltimore and andOhio andOhio
Ohio railroad struck and probably fatal fatally atal atalIv ¬
ly injured Mrs Nbrval Wright in frontof front frontof
of f her jiomc at Rodamer RodamcrErtel RodamerErtel RodamerErtel
Ertel Brown aged 16 years son of
Jas Brown of Middle Fork accidental accidentally
ly shot himself in the left thigh inflict inflictuiga inflictin infietinza
uiga in inza dangerous da and painful wound

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