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the next election reflects PuckTogether Puck PuckTogether PuckTogether
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sia a produce about ninety per cent ol olthe 01the o othe
the entire surplus wheat of the world worldThe wort wortThe WorldThe d
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practical illustration of the fact noted notedby notedby note noteby d I
by Bret Harte that the heathen Chi Chinee Chinee Chinee
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an uptodate up to date sport has been fully ully establiahed es established establlshed ¬
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cently lost his life on the links linksJohn linksJohn linksJohn
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to be permitted to attend the public publicschools publicschools publicschools
schools for three months each year yearduring yearJuring yeaduring m
during the first two years of their in indenture InJenture indenture ¬
denture and are to attend a a technical technicalschool technicalschool technicalschool
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third year the wages paid the appren apprentices appreni apprentices ¬
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methods of American trainers and andJockeys an anjockeys d I
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wisely adopted them themA thomman thornA
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part his name in the middle Is to b bcongratulated be becongratulated billl e I
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parents or godparent go pRrent have arranged arrangedmatters tlrll1nedmattetS arrange arrangemutters d
matters so that It would b be < an ca canail OIlY euiyand OIlYnnd y
and almost natural thing to do doThe do1ho doThe
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j crop lie fhould know something somethln of th thmnrkete tho thomarkets thonil1rbts 0
markets nil1rbts and endeavor to nnt f1utdlate f1utdlatethe > lpate lpatetho e
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WITH YOU OU AND T THES TH c DREAMS DREAMSA DREAMS DREAMSc DREAtMS DREAtMSA
A Song SongThe Song SongThe I IThe
The darkness is with me memT my love l ve my myown m mO mThe myown
ownThe own ownThe O
The stars have lost their beams beamsBut bMmsDut beamsBut
But I feel a touch and I hear n tone toneIm toneIm toneIm
Im with you ou and the d dreams droomslAnd dreamsAnd roams roamsAnd
And fairer and dearer this sad d life seems MemsSVith litemWith seemsWith
With you OU and the beautiful droemsl droemslII d1CfoJUslII dreasnelIL
IL ILhere II IIIlorc IIHere
Here in this desolate ghostly room roomThoie 1OOnilhole roomchore
chore are memories tokens and tjleamg nieamsof tjleamgOf Iroms IromsOf
Of days da that are dead and of sweetwords sweet sweetwords 8eetwords
words said saidIm 8I1IdIm saidIm
Im with you OU and the dreams dreamsIIow dronmsllllv dreamshow
IIow sing the birds nnd the sea seaswept seasweptstreams secuwcptstreams ewept eweptstreams
streams streamsWith streamsWith streamsWith
With you and and the beautiful eGuU ul dreamsIt dreams drcamslIII drrom1III
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Is life nil dreaming Ilr lmlng 1 know not dear dearBut l10arlDut doorBut
But whatever it w or seems seemsThankful Stt1119ThmkCul seemsThankful
Thankful the bitterest cross crO I hearIf hear henrIf
If 111111 Im only onl with you and the dreams dreamsIf drcamsl drcamslIf
If Im only with you in the dark or the thegleams thegleall1s thegleains
gleams gleamsWith gleall1sWith gleains1VUh
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TELL you Kate I ntc I Iil Iwin Iw111
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at Wnltel unless unlessIsee unlessIseel I seo seoIt
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d Nora N 0 I fI Everetts EverettsS ErcttsIJlue Everettsblue
S blue eyes had anunusual an anthat
unusual 1 n 1 s ual sparkle Illflrklothnt sparklethat
that morning for It Itfyj Itdid itiC
iC fyj did try tr her temper temperv
v to hear her cousin cousinKate cousinKate cousinV
V Kate Marshall call callWalter callWnlter callWaiter
Walter Fielding of all men fickle fickleAs llckleAs 1cl1eAs
As Nora stood by the table In her herpretty herpretty herpretty
pretty pink morning dress nor her brown brownhair brownhall brownhair
hair rolled buck from her face and androsebuds androsebuds androsebuds
rosebuds In the braids almost any anyone anyone anyone
one would have ha e called call cd her beautiful beautifulBut bemltltulBut beautifulBut
But Kate Marshall was more mol more than thanbeautiful thanbeautiful thanbeautiful
beautiful She was a slender slend l graceS sracoful graceSful race raceul
ful ul girl with nn exquisitely fair nh facedark face facedark tacedark
dark lustrous IU trous hair and dark blue bluecyes blueeyes blueeyes
eyes that mirrored every changingemotion changing changingemotion cllanglngcmotlon
emotion emotionNora cmotlonNora emotionNora
Nora had grown up half to love her herin herIn herin
in her sunny moods half hI If to fear her herwhen herwhen herwhen
when she expressed distrust of dear dearest denrcst dearest ¬
est friends This morning Nora felt feltns teltns feltas
ns if she almost disliked Kate for forspeaking tOlspeaking forspeaking
speaking so of Walter Fielding l lel lng She Shealmost Shenlmost Shealmost
almost dreaded drea ed to leave home though thoughshe thoughshe thoughshe
she said to herself again and again againit lI againit aln alnIt
it was not through nny fear of trustlug trust trustIng ItustIng
Ing Walter In her absence absenceWhen absenceWhen absenceWhen
When her lover came that evening eveninghe eveninglie Ienlnghe
he remonstrated nt first but when No Nora Nora Nora ¬
ra told him that her aunt was HI and andneeded andnee andneeded
needed nee ed her he promised to try lJ nnd be bocontented beI becontented
contented If she would write to him himevery himevery
every other day dayAs dn dnAs dayAs
As for me he said laughingly I Ishall Ishall Ishall
shall not no limit myself I might send sendyou sendyou sendyou
you n letter In the morning morning and be soforgetful so soforgetful sotorgettul
forgetful as to send another at night nightNora nlgbtNora
Nora blushed and thought It wouldbe would wouldbe wouldbe
be 4 mistake she could easily forgive forgiveJust fOlgleJust forgiveJust
Just then Kate passed the doorNora door doorNora doorNorn
Nora called her In sayinghere saying sayingHere sayingUere
Here Is Cousin Kate too lamentingthat lamenting lamentingthat lamentingthat
that she must ctay alone I had not notthought notthought notthought
thought before that I was of o so much muchconsequence mucbconsequence muchconsequence
consequence Now I shall put her un under uner under ¬
der er your especial care Walter nnd nndyou nndyou andyou
you must not let her get lonesome lonesomeWalter lonesomeWalter
Walter promised nnd Kate thanked thankedhlta thanltedhim thankedhim
him with a merry smile that glowed glowedinto glowedInto glowedinto
into beauty on her bright face faceWhen taceWhon faceWhen
When he went away Nora followed followedhim tollowcdhim followedhim
him out on the porch where he lin lingered IIngered liugored ¬
gered to bid her a tender goodbye goodbyeKate good bye byeKnte
Kate stood by the open window un until unI ¬
til they parted and she heard Nom Norncoming NomI Noracoming
coming back through the hall hallShe hallShe
She threw herself on a lounge as asNora nsNora asNora
Nora entered the room and half hal sup suppressing suppressing suppressing ¬
pressing a yawn awn she said saidWell saidWell saidWell
Well It it takes all lovers lovers so long longto
to say gooduye good uye heaven save me from froma
a lover loverNora loverlNora
Nora hastened to explain explainIt
It will be two months before Jeoro we sec seceach soeeacb seeeach
each other again dear Kate and I Ihad IJlnd Ilied
had so much to say to him I didnt didntthink didntI
think you OU would be waiting for or me sueOh meOh IIICOh
Oh that doesnt matter You know knows
I always wait for you and I had a agood agood
good comfortable place here on the thelounge thelounge thelounge
lounge But look Nora your dress Isdamp Is Isdamp Isdamp
damp from the night air You must mustcome mustI mustcome
come up stairs right away awayAnd awayAnd
And Nora followed her cousin up to tothe tothe
the pleasant little room which they oc cccupied occupied occupied ¬
cupied together togeUicrKate togeUlCr1ate
Kate was soon nestled down among amongthe IImOD IImODtbo amongtime
the snowy pillows but Nora OIA lingered lingeredlonger lingeredlon lingeredlonger
longer lon er than usual before be tors the little littledressing littledrlsslng
dressing table taking down her hairbefore hair hairbefore balrbetoro
before the mirror mirrorIsnt mirrorfsnt
Isnt It strange that he can think thinkmy thinkmy thinkmy
my face really reall beautiful she said saidpartly saidpnrUy saidpartly
partly to herself and partly pnrtl to Kate KateMen Kate31en KateMen
Men always think the women they theylovo theyloo
lore tin th most beautiful on north rmthlsaid earthsaid I Isaid
said Kate with a little nccent of bit bitterness bittCl bittornesa ¬
terness tCl CIS The ouly question In my mymind m mmind mymind
mind is how long n nmu will love one onewoman onewoman onewoman
woman V VNow 1Now INow
Now you are thinking of what Isaid I Isaid 1I
said this morning wild Nora I nm Sumtempted nmtempted nmI
tempted to be Je angry angr with you youWell youWell
Well we will lot time show how mydear my mydear myaear
dear Nora I am sure I hope Walter WalterKloldlng
Fielding Ilol ln will prove himself above a Joo sue suspicion sueplclon ¬
picion 111 cion but It doesnt answer to trust trusteverybody Itusteverybody trusteverybody
everybody too much out of sight
I couldnt couldnt love nny one I could not nottrust
trust to the end of the earth cried criedNora criedNOI criedNero
Nora NOI It Walter cannot bo true to tome tome
me In absence I should not cry over overhli OV01hll
hli defection defectionDont tlotectlonDont
Dont get excited Nora Kate ro replied ropilell roplied ¬
plied softly for 01 I may bo mistaken mistakenof
of course courtoAnd courtQlId courseAnd
And lId nom t + o n kissed her cousin cou ln In token tokenof tokenof tokenof
of amity amityFor amityFor
For the first few days n31 of her absence absenceNora nbsoncoNom
Nora had each day a letter then only onlyone onlyone
one for two or three days nJs then one In Ina InIL
a week w ek and finally they ceased alto altogether altoIther ¬
gether getherKates get Ither ItherIatus her herlCatus
Kates gossipy letter referred very Ter
pleasantly to Walter nnaw nnd o y H tfnnl tfnnlhe 4 ril alias aliashe DS DShe
he took to come came and see hQj1 h l t tYon Liij LiijYou uyl r t tYou
You see he Is an obedient Jqhlr rj sowe so sowe sowe
we may take it for granted grantedl he O will willmake willmnko hillmake
make a submissive husband husbandBut llUsbandBut husbandBut
But for two weeks Knte had not notmentioned notInHmtlontd notmentioned
mentioned his name and Nora Nor began beganto beganto
to grow homesick homesickTnst honlslckTust homesickJust
Just nt dusk one evening when nut nuthad she IhEhnll shehail
had been absent n month and was sit sitting sllitluf s1tting
ting alone in her room the servant servantcame lIoflInl lIoflInltUue servantmate
came to her door to say that n a l gentle gentleman gentlemnn gentleSusan ¬
man wished to see s her In the parlor parlorGoing parlorGoing parlorGoing
Going hastily down she found her herself horselt liarself ¬
self taken and an held close in her lovers Idvcrsnrins l loversarms vcrs
arms 11 r111 s slor
nrinsFor For I could no longer lon er walt to see secyo seeYOll seeyod
yo YOll l darling and besides I am tired tiredof tiredof tiredof
of entertaining your cousin Arent Arentyou Arpntou Arentyou
you ou almost ready ltull to come homo homoHer homelIer homeyher
Her Aunt Everett 1 elett was so much bettor bet bettor bettor ¬
tor that she concluded to go and la lathree Inthrte lathree
three clays more they were nt homeIIer home homeHer 1I0melIeI
Her mother met them nt the door doornnd dooranll doorand
and held Nora In a a tearful embrace embraceWe embraceVe embraceVe
We Ve feared everything Nora be because 110I 110couso because I
cause we got no letters put but I nm quits quitscontent quitecontent quitscontent
content to have you safe home again ngnlnKate all1lnKate againKate
Kate showed us u the letter you wrot wrotther wrother wrotlhel <
her continued Mrs Irs Everett It Itwhich I Iwhich irwhich
which you said you had been mis mistaken mlstnlen mistaken
taken In thinking thlnltlll you loved Walterand Walter Walternnd Walternud
and should probably be b married be before betore before ¬
fore your our return to a rich widower widowerwho widowerwho widowerrwho
who visited lsltlll you dally dallyAnd 11nllyAnll dailyAnd
And she offered me a chance to re revenge reengo revenge ¬
venge engo myself m sel for your faithlessness faithlessnessby tnlthlessnesby faithlessnessby
by making lJlnllu her my wife snld Walter Wnltciwith Walterwith Vnlterwith
with a queer smile but I preferred preferredto Ilretcrrcto
to see first whether you had married marriedthe mnrrledtho marriedtime
the widower widowerI
I never wrote such n letter cried criedNorn criedOln criedNon
Non Oln with a very er white face I al n1ways always nlwn ¬
ways wn R thought she mennt mischief be betweon betwepu helw
tweon lw een usl us Where is she dear d ar moth mother mothI mothlIut motherg ¬
er erg I
erBut
But when search was made Kate Katewns f Katewas ate atewns
wns not to be found She had II Il returned returnedto returnedto
to her own home rind could not make makeit mnkeIt makeit
it convenient six months Inter to tocome tocome tocome
come to Nouns wedding weddlngfnturday weddlngfnturdayNight weddingSnturdayNight Saturday SaturdayNight
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GIRL LIFE IN PAOTINCFUt PAOTINCFUtDescription PAOTINCFUIDelcrhtton PAO TINCFUh TINCFUhflescrtptlmt
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a Chliicte School SchoolAmong SchoolAmong SchoolAmong
Among the missionaries of the Amer Amenlean American AmerIcan ¬
ican Board at PaoTIngFu Pao Ting Fu China for forwhose forwhose forwhose
whose safely great fears are felt Is IsMiss IsI1ss IsMiss
Miss I1ss Mary S Morrill a teacher In the tungirls thaglLls thegirls
girls school there In a recent letter lettershe lettershe lettershe
she gives the following Interesting nc account nccount nccount ¬
count of a day In a Chinese girls girlsschool Sltlsschool girlsschool
school life The first bell rings at ale 01Eoclock aleoclock 01foclock
oclock nnd at once the work of the themorning themorning themorning
morning toilet begins The girls dress dressalike dressalike less lessalike
alike each costume consisting of a parr pafrof parrof parrof
of loose baggy trousers which are arefastened nreCnstened arefastened
fastened at the ankle by n strong rib ribbon ribbon ribSbon ¬
bon nnd a 1 sack that reaches nearly to tothe tothe totime
the knees The latter has five but buttons buttons buttons ¬
tons one at the throat one on the theright thellght theright
right shoulder and three under un cr the thearm thearm timearm
arm armOne
One of the girls always sees that thatthe thntthe thatthe
the water in the bathroom Is warmed warmedfor wn1modtOl warmedfor
for the morning face washing because becausea
a Chlc Chitse e would oulll shiver In astonish astonishment astonishment astonishment ¬
ment wore she expected even In sum summer summer sumtner ¬
mer to make her toilet with cold coldwater coldwater coldwater
water breakfast frequently consists consistsof
of cornmeal cakes cabbage stew and andthe andthe andthe
the remainder of the previous nights nightsporridge nightsporrldgo nightsporridge
porridge White flour being a special specialtreat spcclalt1cnt specialtreat
treat Is used only twice a week This ThisIs ThisIs Thisis
Is usually accompanied by n little littlemeat littlemeat littlemeat
meat which Is chopped fine with cab cabbage cabbage cabbage ¬
bage and onions Sweet potatoes and andturnips nndturnips andturnips
turnips fresh and salted make a a va variety varlet vnrioty ¬
riety rlet In the weeks bill of fare Sup Suppers Suppels Suppers ¬
pers consist of porridges made of corn cornmeal cornmeal cornmeal
meal millet or rice Beans are often oftenmixed ottenmixed oftenmixed
mixed with the millet and riceThe rice riceThe rice1he
The girls do their own laundering launderingInstead launderingInstend launderingInstead
Instead of being Ironed the clothes clothesare clot clothesnre heR heRmo
are folded smoothly while damp and andlaid andIlIld andlaid
laid upon a stone slab and pounded poundedvigorously poundcdlgorousl poundedvigorously
vigorously lgorousl with wooden pestles pestlesStudying pestlcsStndlng pestlesStudying
Studying aloud which often makes makesn
n a bedlam of Oriental classrooms is a nthing athing athing
thing ol oo the past In our school but the theexpression theexprcsslon timeexpression
expression on the pupils faces while whilethey whilethey whilethey
they are silently pursuing their lessons lessonsoften lessonsotton lessonsoften
often reminds me of the looks that the thehack thehncl thehack
hack drivers wore after they were for forbidden torIJldden forbidden ¬
bidden to hawk Cab cab cabl cab The Theholler Theholler 1hehollel
holler Is still there as a small friend friendonce trlcndonce friendonce
once remarked as she looked nt a row rowof row rowot rowof
of the silenced horsemen horsemenFor hOlsemcnFor horsemenFor
For recreation there arc re swings swingsJumping swingsjumping swingsjumnping
Jumping ropes and Jackstones nnd the thegirls thegl1ls thegirls
girls all enjoy weaving articles out ol olcornstalks 01cornstalks ofcornstalks
cornstalks The retiring bell rings at nlSHO
SHO oclock The crusade against foot footbinding toothlndlng footbinding
binding has been waged with success succeseIn successIII successIn
In PaoTlugFu PaoIlngliuXew Pao TingFu New York Tribune TribuneProtection TribunePrntectlon TribuneProtection
Protection of otVnRIIIUe IJjmuiille MuRizlnei MuRizlneiTrials 1lulszlnelllals lllagazlneeTrials
Trials llals have been made In France Francerelative 1lII Francerelative Cf CfIelathc
relative to the best method of building buildingdynamite lJUlldlngiJynamlte buildingdynamite
dynamite magazines One was con constructed consUucted constfucted ¬
structed to hold 1100 pounds of dyna dynamite dynamite dynaunite ¬
mite A gallery of communication communicationfiftyfive communication1Itflc communicationfiftyfive
fiftyfive Inches In height nnd width widthwns wIdthwas widthwas
was bent twice like a hand brace and andat anc1at andat
at the outlet ended In the safety auto automatle automatlc autornatie
matle plugging device This con consisted consitetl On Onshted ¬
sisted says The Engineering and nn Min Mining Minlug lIIn lIInIn ¬
lug In Journal of a a prolongation of the thegallery thEgllllely thegallery
gallery through a mass of cement cementpoured rcmentIloUlef cementpoured
poured IloUlef Into an excavation excll tlon made madearound malIcIllound madearound
around It In front of this channel channelthe cbanneltho channelthe
the plug which Is of cylindrical shape shapefortyeight shapotmtyelht shapefortyeight
fortyeight Inches In height and nnf width widthIs
Is placed Twothirds lwothl1 8 of Its length li limade Itmnde umade
made of o cardboard or rather leather leatherboard leathorboard leatherboard
board and tho remainder of woodTime wood woodThe woodlhe
The contents were fired by electricity electricitya
a dull report was heard nnd after a afew IItew sfew
few minuses mlnu es Kinoke was observed tc tcbo teho tobo
bo Issuing liIuln from the orifice orJ ce and the ex experiment et1Jerhnent offperiulent ¬
periment Jerhnent was declared to be success successful IIUC IIUCtul sucowsefah <
ful
Fashion JImlo Kniy llnsyThe KniyThe J17Tbe
The garments nrments of the Oriental wonttit womotare wonttitI womUtnro
I are not subject to change of fashloi fashloithe tnshl ashlar ashlarthe E EtJI
the shape nlways the same from gon gonoration gonClatlon gonoration
oration to generation nnd for this rea rearson reaon reaon
son on their wardrobes are very ory oaten oatenlive oxtenlive ettonsin
live
AntlSnniitroUo Antl Snnstrolre Colon ColonTo ColorTo ColorsTo
To prevent sunstrokes bats nhouU nhouUbe ShOlllbe shotdfbe
be lined with red or orangecolored ma materlal milterlal matonal
terlal
COINAGE IN CHINA CHINATh CHINAThe CHINATha
The Th Sharp Vrnctlceii of the SqaertlnR1 SqaertlnR1Blniiilnrlni Squepdn SquepdnIIlallftrlnl SgoeerlnaIetandirhu
Blniiilnrlni BlniiilnrlniIn IIlallftrlnlIn etandirhuIn
In all provincial governments tit thnre thnreIs tlln he heis Q QIs
Is n provincial mint turning out coin coinnge coinn coinago
ago n e according nCIOrIIln to tho tad standard standardof standarlor
of the district III strict and Lord Charles CharlesBeresford CllallcsBelestord CharlesBeresfotd
Beresford suggests a uniform coinage coinageas
as one of his cures for the sick man manof manot manof
of time t 110 Far 111 l West WestWhen WestWhen West1Vheu
When the mandarin gives up Ul hie hitsqueeze hiesquteze hiesqueeze
squeeze then there may be n unlform unl uniform unltorm ¬
form coinage but not before It Is Isunnecessary Isunnecossary isunuecessnry
unnecessary to demonstrate how rich richa
a harvest is provided for the subordi subordinate subordlnato snbordinate ¬
nate official by b the operations of the thomint themInt timemint
mint akin to the old clipping and de debasing dobllsln degbasing ¬
basing bllsln tricks of the Stuart kings At AtNanking AtNanking AtNanking
Nanking which Is the city of another anotherviceregal nnothellceregl1l anotherviceregal
viceregal administration there was a adelightful a11llIgbttul adelightful
delightful arrangement arm ngomeut Until recent recently recentI recently ¬
ly I tho Nanking mint was entirely In Inthe Inthe inthe
the hands of natives and In order to toincrease toIncrense toIncrease
increase niidcquallzo nn and equtUzethesquemc equnllzo the thesqueeze squeeze ns1 ns1much I1S I1Smuch nemach
much as S possible the master refused refusedto rcfusedto refusedto
to order nny Improved machines and andby andlIy andby
by adhering to the old principle of ofhand otbaud ofhand
hand labor the amount allowed for forwages torIIIS forwages
wages IIIS out of the provincial exchequer exchequerwns
wns kept nt its original figure For Forstamping Forstamping I
stamping the copper cash which Is Isthe Isthe istime
the current small coin of Ciilnn O lnn none nonebut nontbut nonebut
but the simplest f appliances were used usedThe usellThe usedTho
The metal lens put under a punch punchworked lIunchworltCd putschworked
worked by a strap nnd to every strap stropthere strapthere strapthere
there was n workman workmanUnfortunately wOllunanUntortuuately workmanUufortuuately
Unfortunately In order to make up upthe upthe upthe
the official salary It was found impossible Impos Impossible Imposslhle ¬
sible to engage more than n quarter quarterof
of the in Sure a J returned ns employed In Inmilling Inmilling inmilling
milling so that when the annual In Inspection InRpcctlon utspcctfon ¬
spection by Jy a hlgh highplaced plaetftl d mandarin mandarintook maL1l1urintool mandarintonic
took place It wns necessary to search searchout fenrcbout searchout
out Soille some of the coolies of tie district districtin
in order to make n decent show At Atthe Atthe Atthe
the exact moment when the mandarin mandarinentered mnndarlnenlered mandarinentered
entered every etr coolie pulled his strapand strap strapnnd I1trapnnll
and all the copper was Instantaneously Instantaneouslyslampefl Instantaneouslystnmpo11 instantaneouslystampell
slampefl To look at the output would wouldhave wouldhne wouldhave
have been beneath the dignity of the theInspector theInspectm theInspector
Inspector so he went away happy the thepay thepay thepay
pay was drawn and It was only the thocoin thecoin thecoin
coin that suffered from being punched punchedIn
In so many unaccustomed UI CcustolDed spots There ThereIs ThereIs 1heroIs
Is now nu English I ngllsh assayer ns boss bossand bossand
and this gentleman has to be on his hisguard his hisguard hisguard
guard against the perverted Ingenuity Ingenuitywith Ingenuitywith ingenuitywith
with which the coins arc lightened lightenednnd lI lightenedand htoncl1 htoncl1nnd
nnd adulterated As with Nanking Nankingso
so with other provincial llolnlal exchequers exchequersThe etchequcrs1he exchequersTime
The coinage colnngeot of China Is a 1 magnificent magnificentperquisite magnificentperquisite
perquisite of the mandarins against againstthe againsttho againstthe
the loss of which they would struggle strugglewith strulglowith strugglewith
with far greater obstinacy tiiaii tiiaiiagainst than thanagnlnst thanagainst
against the loss of the dynasty dynastyPuzzling dynIlRt3Pnzzllnl dynastyPuzzling
Puzzling Terms In Electric Work WorkThe BorkTime nrk nrkfho
The technical terms used III elec electrical clectrlcal elecl ¬
trical engineering are very ery baffling bafflingsnld bamlnSsaid bat8uugsaid
said n New Orleans lawyer and what whatmakes whatmakes whatmakes
makes it all the worse is the fact that thatelectricians thatelectllclnns thatelectricians
electricians always nlwns take It for granted grantedthat grantedtbat grantedthat
that you know exactly txncU what they arc arctalking nrctnJllng arctalking
talking about when they advert to tosuch tosuch tosuch
such things ns amperes1 amperes voltsolmma volts voltsohms olts oltsolmls
ohms watthours nnd other out outlandish outlandish ¬
landish units of power and measure measurement mlaSUlement measurement ¬
ment They claim It Is perfectly situ situpic slmIJle simplc
pic and that the whole system can canbe canbe
be readily grasped by any layman of ofordinary oforlllnary ofordinary
ordinary Intelligence IntllIIgencebut they arc eith either elthCl eitlrer ¬
er greatly in error In that regard or orelse Olelse orelse
else my personal thinking machine Is Isbelow Isbelow isbelow
below par I nm now engaged In some somelitigation someIItigntlon somelitigation
litigation that Involves the title to a asmall asmall asmall
small light plant and found it neces neeessary necessary necessary ¬
sary to master a few of the techni technicalities technlcnlltles technicalities ¬
calities I sent for a young electrician electricianand clectrlclnnand electricianand
and told him I would give him 10 if ifhe Ifhe ifhe
he would explain the principles of n amultiplecircuit nmultlpeclrcult nmultiple
multiplecircuit multiple elrcuit dynamo so that I could couldget couldglt couldget
get It through my 1l1 head He went to towork toWorle towork
work manfully and Is now coaching coachingmo
me on general nomenclaturo so I will willbe willbe willbe
be ablo to understand his explanation explanationHe
He expects to earn the 10 and I wish wishI
I could share his feeling of confidence confidenceBut contIdenCBut confidenceBut <
But ns II I said before It Is very ely puz puzssllng llUZzIIng puzsling
sling Here for Instance Is the way a apopular a apopular apopular
popular scientific Journal cxplnlits expiniltswatt cxplnlitswatt oxplahlswatt
watt The watt is the unit of electrio elec electric electric ¬
tric power It means the power devel developed doeJoped developed ¬
oped when 412 195 foot pounds of work workare worknre workare
are done per minute or 07375 foot footpound tootpound footpomd
pound per second That is as clear clearand clearnnd clearand
and ns limpid as muddy water yet the thepublication thepublication thepublication
publication in which It appeared took tookpains tookpains
pains to say that It was couched In Intellectually in intellectually ¬
tellectually in terms of childish suny sim simplicity shnpllcltJ ¬
plicity so as to be within reach of the themeanest tholDeanost themeanest
meanest intellect IntellectNew New ev Orleans OrleansTimesDemocrat Orleanslme8DelDocrat OrleansTlmes
TimesDemocrat TimesDemocratA Tlmes Demnocrat DemnocratA
A Tiillor Juke JukeOne rakeOne Tole ToleOne
One of the best tailor Jokes was per perpcarnted perd
pearated by Daniel OConnell lie was wnsaddressing was9ddrlsslng wassddresslng
addressing an audience at an anti nntlCorn antiCorn I
Corn Law meeting meetlngln In Covent Garden GardenTheatre GardenTlmeatro
Theatre London when an interrup interruption Interruption Interruplion ¬
tion occurred An individual would wouldpersist wouldpersist wouldpersist
persist In standing up Ul in the pit Sit Sitdown Sitdown Sitdown
down Turn him out outl etc resound resounded rtso11l1dod resounded ¬
ed from all parts of the house but butthe butthe butthe
the fellow was obstinate and wouldstand would wouldstand wouldstand
stand The police next Interposed but bntnt butnt butat
nt this Juncture OConnell waved his hishand hishand hishand
hand In silence and said Pray let lettho lettho letmho
tho gentleman do as he likes hes a atailor 11tnllor atailor
tailor and wants to rest himself This Thiswas Thiswas Thiswas
was u settler and the obstinate man muuImmediately manimmediately munImmedlately
immediately sat down amid thunders thundersof thun els elsot
of applause
Llle at Cape Nome NomeI
I havent felt so well for two twoyears twoyears twoyetre
years writes F I P Burrof Lawrence Lawrencefrom Lawrenceflom Lawrencefrom
from Cape Nome When you get this thistelephone tblstelophonc thistelephone
telephone Gibson and tell him I am an nil nilright nilright allright
right But hold on a minute I just justheard justheard justheard
heard five shots Well another man mandead IDnndeatJ meandead
dead and another shot In tho head headnot headnot headnot
not over a hundred hun red feet from my tent tentOne tentOne
One man died In an hour houri tho other otherwas OUI01IIS otherwas
was IIS shot in the head and will likely likelyget JIIwlyget likelygot
get well I think the dead man hall hada
a 1 claim that the other follow wanted wantedbut wantedbut wantedbut
but wo dont know for sure They Theyhave Theyhno Theyhave
have arrested two men and I think tiinicthero thinkthere Ullnlthere
there will bo a hanging boo this p m mKansas mKansas mKansas
Kansas City CIt Journal JournalGrowth lournalGrouth Journalllronth
Growth of Europe UuropeAmong EuropeAmong EuropeAmong
Among European nations Russia is isIncreasing IsIncreasing isincreasing
Increasing most rapidly In population populationAustriaHungary populationAlstrJaUungnrr populationAustriaHungary
AustriaHungary coming next nnd nndEngland nndngInnll andEngland
England ngInnll third while Franco Is last lastThe lastThe lastTime
The population of Franco Is only 17G 17 < i
000 more than It was fire years ago
agoI I
Railroads RailroadsCHKSAPEAKB RallrondsCJlJtSAPI RailroadsC11ESAPEAKE
CHKSAPEAKB CJlJtSAPI AKB BEACH RAILWAY RAILWAYSchedule RAl4W RAIGIIAYSehedulo A ASchedulo
Schedule of excursion our810n trains oflbotire oflbotireSunday oflooti ofiootiveSunday e e8uIIlny
Sunday Juno 3 1000 1000Leavo 1000Leae 1900Leave
Leave District lino depot for Chesa Chesapeake ChOSllpeake Chesapcake ¬
peake Beach 1000 10001100 1100 a m and 200 200OO 200rio0
rio0 00 600 p 1 > m dolly
Leavo Chesapeake Beach 1200 noon noonand noonand
and 225 080 800 8001000p 1000 p m daily uUJ I
Take Columbia line olcctrlo cnrs and nndallow andallow I
allow yourself 35 minutes to reach dopot dopotFifty depotFifty
I
Fifty cents for round trip Children Childrenhalf ChlldrllItnlf Childrenhalf
half faro faroParlor fnroPU1lor fareParlor
Parlor car tickets on Bale for all excur excursion excurlion ICl1r ICl1relon ¬
lion trains at District lino and Chosn Chosnpeako CheaRpenko Chosapeako
peako Beach stations at an additional additionalcharge ndilltlonu1thargo additionalcharge
charge of only 15 cents extra each way
OTTO MICAIIS A II LEWIS LawnsPros LEWISircs LEnslres
Pros and Don Mgr Gen Pas Agt AgtUNITED AgtUNITEDTATJSCpLLEOaOF AgtUNITED
UNITED UNITEDTATJSCpLLEOaOF STATES STAT S COLLEGE CQLLEUE OF OFYI I
VETERINARY YI TBR INR SURGBONS URGBONS URGBONS190gtrse I
122 190gtrse ISI lt W Ws lqflon D
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Jor propotWi ilttl t > a1l hformatloaddrsw hformatloaddrsw4AIjNWh lnfoIua o
c 4AIjNWh BHM11tO OQ1N > > mJtYc1A > Lye DAN
Youll find everything everythingon ovuJthlnon
on time SQUARE SQUAREat SQUAREnttho
at nttho ntthoTriangle tho thoTriangle I IA Irun
Triangle run A e House HouseH
IIH H J SENAY Proprietor ProprietorTho
Tho Triangle house is situate situatent s1tU situataat tG tGat
at the corner of oUlaryland Maryland Avenue Avenue15th ATenuo151h Avenue15th
15th Street II Stroot Beating
Road Florida Avenuo venuo and Dladi Dladicusburg Dlndcnsburg Bladensburg
cusburg Road In fact factALL factALL factALL
ALL ROADS LEAD TO THU THUTriangle T TTriangle THUTriangle
Triangle House HouseCars
Cars on tho Columbia line stop nl nlmost nlmosL almost
most in front of tho door and trnnsfd trnnsfdtickets transf transftlckotseither transfeltickets
tickets tlckotseither either way way are good forl5mirv forl5mirvutes for 15 mina mh mhutes r rutes
utes to enable dssengore 11Q88ongor to got refresh refreshmonts rofre8hmenls r rmoats
moats and a free lunch nt It Sonnys well wellstocked wetttocked wet wetstocked
stocked bar barTHE barTHE m mTHE
THE COOLEST GLASS OF OBBEER OFBEER OFBEER
BEER IN THE CITY
DIAMOND PLEASURE CLUB HOUSE HOUSEFAIRMOUNT HOUSEJ HOUSEFAIRMOUNT HOUSEFAIRMOUNT
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FAIRMOUNT HEIGHTS NEAR NEARCHESAPEAKE NEARCHESAPEAKE NEARCHESAPEAKE
CHESAPEAKE JUNCTION MDJ MD MDCS MDJ
CS = = J C GODFREY Proprietor Proprietort
t t JI bc Jt JtA JI JIA
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A quiet orderly place for wellbehaved w llbeltaved people Refresh Refreshmeuts Refreshments Refreshments
ments of all kinds at city prices pricesI
I am thankful for past patronage I but now I am prepared preparedto
to serve my myp mypatrons patrons trons in a satisfactory manner mannerC nlanncr nlanncrr
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C E TRAVERS J E IL BELT BELTTHE BELTTHE BELTI
THE I L WHITE WHIA HOUSE HOU3LREST RAE REST SOLO RLgilN N
1427 H Street and 1422 Maryland Avenue N E EWASHINGTON EW EWASHINGTON
WASHINGTON W D C CMolrose CMolrose CMoirosu
Molrose Whiskey a Specialty Fine Grades of Union Cigars CigarsIPifrtfcife Cigars1ttivqte Cigarsa1o1
IPifrtfcife 1o1 i2q f e 19iqil1 Diiiig loonis 1 00111s fOil < Tc Iiqdies IiqdiesTRAVERS LcttliesTRAVERS dies diesTRAVERS
TRAVERS BELT Props PropsTHE PropsTHE PropsTHE
THE LATEST STYLE TEAMS FOR HIRE HIRESPECIAL HIRESPECiA HIRESPECIAL
SPECIAL RATES FOR DRUMMERS DRUMMERSDelivery DRUMMERSDelivery DRUMMERSDelivery
Delivery Wagons to be had at any time at atSINSHEIMER atS1NSHEIMER
SINSHEIMER 81 N 8HEIMER LIVERY LIVERYREAR CO COREAR COREAR
REAR 615 E 2 STREET N W THTFormerly WFormerly WFormerly
Formerly Rex StableEASTERN Stable StableEASTERN StableE
EASTERN E STERN BEAM COTTAGEJOHN COTTAGE COTTAGEJOHN
JOHN FRAAS Proprietor ProprietorBENNINQ ProprietorBENNING ProprietorBENNING
BENNING BRIDGE D C CAH CAn CAll
AH Brands of Liquors and the Finest FinestCigars FInestCigars FinestCigars
Cigars and Bear BearBoats Beorals
Boats Boats als for hire forgunolng for sunning or ploasuro pleasurepnrtiea ploasuropMti01 ploasuroparties
parties pnrtieaHigh pMti01High partiesHigh
High View Hotel HotelL
L L T BRIDArELL Proprietor ProprietorChesapeake ProprietorChesapeake
Chesapeake Beach Maryland MarylandA Mal7IandA v
A first class resort serving servln the only 50c meal on the Beach 20 splendid splendidrooms splendilrooms splandiirooms
rooms 3 Indies dining dlnin rooms all overlooking overiooklll the bay ay Tho highest point of any
Board by the week 800 up
Pabst Milwaukee Beer on dranght dranghtL
L T I BKIDWKLL llHIDWl LL Chesapeake Beach M3 M3j M Ira IraJf
j Jf 3 Jf Only Union House on the Beach BeachgasmagQCTBCTJ BeachTHE Jf JfiJfZRru <
gasmagQCTBCTJ acraogga acraoggaTHE Z
m THE IRVINGTON HOUSE HOUSETENAUYTOWN HOUSEm HOUSETENALLYTOWN
m TENAUYTOWN TENALL YTOWN D C Cn Cjj CAgain CAgain
n
jj Again Open for Business Businessc BusL BusinessAfterbefnq ess I
c After Afterbefnq being closed up for four mouths and after making a mt moatdesperate mtg
g desperate fight for my rights I have won and will 111 bo glad to see co nil nIllilY allmy m
8 my old friends at the old stand Nothing butthobest but tho best forovarybcrdy forovarybcrdyErnest for every ovorybolly ovorybollyErnest body bodyErnest
Ernest Loeffler Proprietor ProprietorVQSsissttasKsas Proprietorr ProprietorRUDOLPH
VQSsissttasKsas VQSsissttasKsasRUDOLPH
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I IRUDOLPH
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RUDOLPH RUDOLPHDEALER THIELE THIELEDEALER
DEALER IN INCattle INCattle INCattle
Cattle and Brewers Grains Grainsand
and also Breeder of HighClass Poultry and andThoroughbred nn nnThoroughbred andThoroughbred
Thoroughbred Hogs HogsSilver HogsSliver HogsSilver
Silver Hill P O Prince Georges County TldRUDOLPH fid fidRUDOLPH rIdRUDOLPH
RUDOLPH THIELE THIELEDealer y yDealer
5 Dealer ± Li in Brewers Grains Grainsjgy1
jgy1 contract for the entire output of Brewers Grain at tho National Oapitd Oapitdgsrl OllpltclBrewo1Jt CapitdBrewery
Brewery and cnn supply dairymen and other on short notice These grains a ap1ro ant antpure
pure Barley and contain neither bop nor any other deloterious substance They The1Plake Theymake
make an excellent and cheap article of feed for cattle horses or hogs LOilJifI hogsr1
JifI gsrl r1 am at tho Brewery daily from from 9 to 12 oclock a m
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