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tumll > time of one dollar or more must mu t besent by
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th hAt at numbers of our paper sent ta t subscribers subscriberspre subicrfboit subicrfboitare eubcrlbertpre
are pre lost or stolen In the malls In cast yon yonM ronnot yonr
r M i not receive any1 an number wbfn wb n dUll dunt writ writnUfci writiii Rrlte Rrlte6e
iii a postal olUd and we will oheertully oIIeerfull1 fur fur1II1Ik fures
nUfci 1II1Ik es a dupllcntooJ duplicate 01 the mining mumborMon number numberMt number1ft
Mt Mon > f t IitroRTAHT OF ALL ALLIn In every lettei lettelIhat Vetterthat
that you write us never fail all to give your full fullftddreu lulltddreu fulladdress
address plainly written name natll postofSoe postofSoewuoty potollioetount posbofnoeWunty
wuoty tount and > I1l6tt I1l6ttIJI 8tat 8tatArtfnl State
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Artfnl Artfal llaby Jab Elephant ElephantAmong ElephantAmon
Amon Among the many odd presents re received reeelved rceeived ¬
ceived by Queen Victoria was a baby babyelephant babyelephant babyelephant
elephant the gift of an Indian prince princeHe prInceHe princeHe
He traveled as s deck passenger on a amail 11mall amall
mall steamer and as he was always alwaysgood alwa3sgood alwaysgood
good nature he was allowed th th6 free freedom freedom ¬
dom of the decks decl < s for an hour or two twoevery twocvery twooevery
every day dayBy dayDy
By the sailors he was called the thebosnB thobosns thebanns
banns mate owing to the habit he hehad hehad
had of carefully picking up every looso loosocoll loosocoil loosecoil
coil of rope that he could find and andthen andthen andthen
then throwing it over the side being beingas beingns
as Jack said as bad as a II naval lieu lieutenant lieutenant ¬
tenant for keeping the decks tidy tidyAmong
Among tho acquaintances that ho hoformed heformed
formed was that of the ships baker bakerwhose bakerwhose
whose galley he soon discovered to be bethe bethe bethe
the place of origin of all the sweet sweetdainties sweetdaInties sweetdalnUes
dainties with which he was fed Hero Herohe Herehe Herobe
he took to making a regular morning morningcall morningcall
call and was generally regaled with a atart 1 1tart
tart or piece of cakeBut cake cakeBut cakeDut
But one morning when he called and andextended nndextended andextended
extended his trunk as usual tau aI the cccTri cccTrihappened ce cebappened ceakhappened
happened to be in an ill humor and andInstead andInstead andinstead
Instead of a cake tho elephant received receiveda receivedrap
a rap on the trunk from the rollingpin rolling rollingpin rollingpin
pin pinThe
The blow was not Revere but the thebosn thebosn thebosn
bosn turned tall ana went trumpeting trumpetingup
up the deck where he took a position positionthat positionthat positionthat
that enabled him to watch for his as aseallant I1Ssallant assailant
eallant eallantBefore sallantDefore
Before long he saw saw the baker leave leavehis leavehis leavehis
his shop and having hnvlngopparently hnvlngopparentlymnde apparently apparentlymade apparentlymade
made up his mind what to do the thebosn thebogn thebosn
bosn promptly marched down and andwith nntlwith andwith
with a few vigorous sweeps of his histrunk histrunk histrunk
trunk cleared every shelf In the bak bakery bakecry baktry ¬
cry Loaves tarts cakes puttypans puttypansand puttypansnnd puttypansand
and cake tins lay In a confused confused heap heapon hmpen heapon
on the deck This achieved he bolted boltedlike boltedlike boltedlike
like a mischievous schoolboy and was waslocked waslocked
locked up in disgrace dl glacej but when the thacircumstances thocircumstances thecircumstances
circumstances became known the pop popular popular ¬
ular verdict was In his favor and he hawas hewas hewas
was allowed his liberty as beforeBosn before beforeBosn beforeDosn
Bosn was no sooner set free again againthan againthan againthan
than he marched down to the bakersand bakers bakersand bakersI1nd
and from that day he never failed to toexact toexact toexact
exact a tribute It was regularly paid paidand paidnnll paidand
and he and the baker became the best bestof bestof bestof
of friends
MALARIA MALARIAMalaria MALARIAMnlnrln MALARIAMarla
Malaria con bo cured by Wyclcoffi WyclcoffiMalaria WyeleoflsMularla Wyolcoffa6fularla
Malaria This remedy is almost in inctautnneoua Intalltaneous Inetantnneous
ctautnneoua In 1U effect and rarely falls fallsto fallsto fallsto
to make a complete cure of the most mostctabborn mostetubborn moststubborn
stubborn case of chills and Lover foverand foverandmalarll1 and andmalaria
malaria in all its forms If not found foundAt foundat foundat
At your druggist can enn be obtained from fromHie fromIbe fromthe
the Wyckoff Malurio Co 1422 Now NowYork NeffYork NewYork
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fTIiBf j Your Name NameWhen Names NamesWhen T TWhen
When a boy the thegrut great French au author author auThor ¬
thor Alpbonsa Daudet was very poor poorbut poorbut poorbut
but he was allowed to attend without withoutpaying withoutpayIng
paying any fees a school In which whichthe whichthe whichthe
the majority of tne tlio pupils 1 > Uplts were tho thosons thosons theeons
sons of rich men His appearance at attho a athe abthe
the school dressed in Ina a blouse blo e which whichonly whichonly whichonly
only the very poor wore was the oc occaslon occaslon occasion
caslon of many taunts and jeers from fromhis frontIhls
Ihls his tchool fellows feJJ ws and even tho mas master muter master ¬
ter never called him by his name but butkddreused butfoLddreased
addressed him as Whats your name namesays namesays
says the American Boy But the boy boynever boynever boynever
never heeded the ill will nor the thesneers thesneers thesneers
sneers he determined that ho wouH wouHmake Woul1malee
make something of himself blmseltstlylng blmseltstlylngIt sayingIf saying
It I am to take any any position in this this1school thisschool
school I must work twice as hard aa aathe tlJthe a9the
the others By steadfast persistency persistencyand perslstenCand
and courageous determination he did didSucceed didlucceed didsucceed
Succeed and and when his name had be become b bcome become ¬
come famous he wrote a story in mem memry memry
ry of those days of hardship and par ptfrertr parcrt pdr pdrert
ertr crt and called It Little VhBtsHls VhBtsHlsName VThJ1tsH1sName Vlhata His HisName
Name
Colorado Country In Haniii Haniii7he lIanl lIanlThe lianasThe
The suit against Colorado for steal stealing steakIng stealIng
ing the river waters away from Kan Kansas Kansas KanEns ¬
sas recalls the fact that Arapahoe Arapahoecounty Arapahoecounty Arapahoecounty
county Colorado of which whi h Denver is isthe Isthe isthe
the county seat used to vote va to in the thfKansas theKansas theKansas
Kansas elections In 1856 Arapahos Arapahoacounty Arapah06county Arapahoscounty
county cast seven votes for a Kansas Kansasdelegate KnnlI4delegate
delegate in congress and in 1859 she chaI sheIhad sheIliad
I Iliad had a member la the Kansas legist legistturo legis legisture legtst
turn
C Career r r at Went Htrebler IItrebJerihe etreblerThe I1 I17he
The Lleut Strebier who captured
Gen Lueban the theFJllplno Filipino leader Is of I s sGorman
Gorman Germ n birth and enlisted In the regu I b btar
tar army betore he was 29 2 year old a
Ito was promoted to a lieutenancy by by b 8 8Present
Present McKinley being then a ION setts eri erigoant °
goant serving bin third term He hail baalIecn heelseen Irseen
seen much active service but Deface Defacesustained neyeslsustained ni nisustained
sustained any InJ injury < E
WHY THE BIRDS MIGRATE MIGRATEft MI RATE RATEIt
ft I II to Escape the Cold But They Never JfeveiForjet NeveJlorJet NeverForgettbelr
Forjet Forgettbelr Their Jtcol Unities lloiuetSpeaking JlolU JlolUSpcaltlng UnitiesSpeaking
Speaking of birds comIng bnck from fromthe tr fromthe m mIheSQuth
the IheSQuth South let me explain no for as I Ican ran ian
can an where whel > they have been why they theytvent theywent theyfront
went und why they take the trouble troublevo
vo 0 como nil the way back bac again Many Manythousands MallYthousands Manythousands
thousands of years cars ago birds didnt didntmigrate IllllntI11lglnto didntmigrate
migrate nt all All thc Northern coun countries countrIes couutries ¬
tries even Greenland Gre < > nland nnd the most mostNorthern mostortllcln mostNorthern
Northern ortllcln parts of Europe were warmthe warm warmthe wllrmthe
the year y ar round nnd the birds and nul nuluinls onlUluls aliicoals
coals that lived there found everything everythingthey everythingthey everythlnpthey
they needed close at hand But by bynnd bynnd byand
nnd by there como great changes IB 1nhe IBtho InIho
tho t he conditions of thc climate nnd grad grailunlly gradually gradusily
i unlly there thcl begun a period known as nsthe asthe ashe
i the t he Ice Period when a large port of ofthe ofIhe ofthe
the Northern countries were extreme extremely cxtrcmeIy extremeely
i ly cold and were burled under the Ice IceOf IceOt iceOf
Of course the birds which lived in inthese Inthese inthese
t these countries could not stand the thesevere thesevero fifesevere
f severe change so they hud to cither cithergo elthcrgo eithergo
t go to n warmer Wllrmt > l climate or die The Thesensible 1hesenslblc Thesensible
s sensible ones all went South aud made madethe madethe madehe
i the t he best of it But they never quite quiteforgot qultctOlgot guileforgot
forgot their Northern N home and long longafter longnttel longafter
after when the great Icecap melted meltednwny meltcdawny meltedntvny
nwny and when the Northern countries countriesbecame C0111111Ie8became countriesbecame
became warm again tho descendant descendantof l1csccndalltsat
of the t e birds which were driven drl n out by bythe b bthe bythe
t the cold wont back to their the own coun cotintry country CO Il Iltry ¬
try There they found plenty of food foodso toodSl foodso
so Sl < > they stayed sta ed and mode their nestsnd nests nestsnnd nestsond
nnd a nd laid their eggs But alas I the theclimntc tileclimate thelimate
climate c limate was no longer ns It used to tobe tobemild toemild
be bemild b mild anti warm the whole year yearround yemIound
round It t was divided Into season seasonnnd sea seasonsand SOli SOlionll
and the warm summer was followed followedby followcdb followedby
by b n cold winter They had scarcely scarcelyreared scarcelyretlred
reared their young ouns before they found foundthat to foundthat nd ndthat
that tho ah was beginning to gut gutcold gotcold getold
cold c old again so ns soon ns the little ones oneswere oneswerc oneswere
were strong enough to stand the long longourney
Journey j ourney they all flew away to the theSouth theSouth theSoutU I
South But they never forget where wheretheir wheretheIr whereheir
their t heir real homes arc Every I elY spring
there comes over 0cl1helll them n great longing
to go back and make their nests where wherethey whclethey wherethey
they themselves were born They can cannot cannot canot
not n ot resist that longing No matter matterwhere malterwhcro matterwhere
where they may be belowlI down In the Gulf GulfStates GulfStatcs Gulftates
States s tates in the West Indian islands or orperhaps 011100haps orerhaps
perhaps p thousands of miles away In Inthe IIItbl Inthe
the Southern part of South America Americaback Aiuerlcnbnck Amellcabnck
bnck they come by tens of thousands thousandsnud tbousanl1snnd thousandsnd
nud a nd by millions to their old homes in inthe Inthe fuhe
the t he North NortbErnest Ernest Harold Bayncs In IntDe InI futhe
I tile Womans Home Companion CompanionMoiqultoc Coml1anlonUclquitocil
Mosquitoes In Formosa iormoenThe FormOIRTbc FormosaThe
The Japanese soldiers In Formosa Formosahave FollUosaMve FormosaDave
have discovered that the bite of the thcmosquitoes themosquitoes
mosquitoes In that tll t Islam Inoculated Inoculatedthem Inoculatedthem inoculatedthem
them with malaria The troops who whooccupied whooccupied whoaccupled
occupied Formosa were severely nffileted af afflicted atIUcted ¬
flicted with malaria every summer and andit nndIt andt
it t was as thought in view of the new newtheory lIewtheolY uctytheory
theory of fevers In Europe and Amer America AmlI ¬
ica I II that the mosquito was the active activengcnt actlvcogent activeagent
agent In disseminating the disease diseasegerms diseasegerms liseasoerlUs <
germs erlUs An experiment was made Inad lust lustsummer IUlltrmmmer lustamnmer
summer to arrive at some definite con conclusion canllusloll conelusion ¬
elusion The Kielnn regiment was wnssupplied wosmlJpllcd wassupplied
supplied with nppllunces that complete completely complete1y ¬
ly protected the men from mosquito mosquitobites mosquitobltcs mosquitobites
bites None of these soldiers hud mnlnrln mn mnlarln malarla
larln during the summer The other othertroops othlltrool1s othertroops
troops on the th island however were werenilllctcd wcrooiUletoll werefflicted
nilllctcd a fflicted with mnlnrial diseases ns us usiinl usual usmini >
mini These had no protection from the thebites tbelIlies theites
bites b ites of the insects The Government Governmentwill Gocrnmentwill Governmentwill
will now furnish nil of the Formosa Formosatroops FormosalIOOps FormosatroopsS
troops with means of protection and andthe ondthe andthe
the result will be watched with great greatinterest SlcntIntercst Brentinterest
interest this summer summerSome summerSome summerScone
Some of Oorhyi Reflections KellectloniMaxim ltelleetlonlMnxlmGorle ReflectionsMaxim
Maxim MnxlmGorle Gorky whom his detractors detractorscharacterize dctmclolseharactcllze detractorsharacterize
characterize c as a raw rancid Kuss KussIs nUSiCIs AusBs
Is s not always nlwa s quotable but his hl ann sentences lIlntences anntencca ¬
tences sometimes Ut the nail on the thebend thohcul1ln thefiend
bend hcul1ln in u n 1 way to tempt quotation quota Uall For Forinstance 1001lustllnccj For1DSt11ace
1DSt11aceSometimes instance instanceSometimes lustllnccj lustllnccjSometimes
Sometimes a II Ho shows up a 1 man manbetter lIIunbetter manbetter
better than the truth truthEvery t1lltbECIy truthEvery
Every mnuwhohas lIJOU who bas fought with life lifewho IIfcwho lifeho
who w ho has been vanquished by it and audwho
Is s suffering In the pitiless capth ¬
ity of its mire mll Is more of of a philoso phllosophel ¬
than even Schopenhauer himself himselfbecause hlmsclfbecausc himselfbecause
because nu abstract thought never lIcvelmolds
Itself in an accurate and pic picturesquo plce ¬
form form as does the u the e thought thoughtwhleb
Is s directly squeezed squccz d out of otn a IIIInn
by suffering suRerlugLike sufferingLike sulT IllIS IllISrlIe
Like everything else poetry loses losess
s holy beauty and directness when it
Is turned Into a profession i New Noworl
orl Sun SunSImketpearo SunSlIaliupearo
SImketpearo i Is An Education EducationThe ElucRllonTho EducationTime
The matter of supreme Importance Importancon importanceShakespeares
n Shakespeares works Is his concep ¬
1011 of life and the noble art III which wblcht whichis
t Is embodied To live with the poet poetD
D i familiar intercourse by constant 1 1eadlng
with nu open mind and heart healtcsponsh heartsponsive
csponsh to the power and sensitive senslthca
a the beauty which penetrate and ondutorm andform
form the plays Is s to receive from from11m
the most searching influence InfiuellceInd influencend
nd the deepest pleasure The end of
111 is to deepen and intensify Intenslt the theCllso
of life and this cud Is missed mlssellhen
hen ono becomes absorbed In tbo tbotudy
tudy of language form conditions conditionsnd
nd circumstances Sonic Somoknowledge knowledge
t these things is < essential but the themphasls
of Interest and at study studyught
ught to rest oil the indivisible IndivIsibleoul
oul and body of a work or art allInmllton art
W Muule rable in the Ladles rMlcslomo
Journal JournalAn JournalAn JOUCDAIAn
An EcclciIuMlcal rowOpener rowOpenerThe JePlonerThe PewppenerTime
The present Bishop of Peterborough Poterboloughvery
very fond of telling the following tollowlnJtory followingory
tory ory He went wcntto to preach proof In a t certain ccrtalnWll
Wll and arriving very early walked walkcl1Ito walkedto
Ito to the church to have a look round 1Ollndu
u elderly lady also arrived early hop h01JI
I to obtain a good sent On seeing seeingre
lie re bishop she mistook him for the theowopcner thewopener
wopener and slipping a n haltcrown hlllcrownItO ha1R crotvu
ItO his hand said GIve me a good ood oodnt
nt please where I can See the theIshop theshop
shop Tho astonished but good gODdtured goodtured
tured bishop took tho bnlfcrown and anllowcd endowed
owed the lady Into n n front scat scatno sentne
no can Imagine the poor ladys feel teelIgs feelgs ¬
Igs when she saw sa V her pewopener pewopcnelIcend
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coronations are lost to tho public England Eng England England ¬
land possesses in the Cottonian Libra Library Library Library ¬
ry a volume asserted to have oven used usedat usedat usedat
at the coronation of English sov sovereigns SOVerelgns sovereigns ¬
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in tho coronation chair was brought broughtto
to England from Scotland It Is a aLatin aLatin aLatin
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on which the tradition asserts the an ancient anclent anclout ¬
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