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PRICE 5 CENTS.
A BACHELOR'S ARGUMENT.
Ho Declares That Womon Grow Moro
Inconsidorato Evory Year.
"Why don't I got up mid givo my
seat in a car to a woman whom I
happen to soo standing. nftor 1 am
soatodl" said a brokur tlio other day,
whoso roputation for good brooding
is beyond reproach.
"Well, I'll toll you frankly that it
is duo to the women. Thoy beeomo
more ill-bred and bolder ovory yonr.
Thoy domand a courtesy as a right.
Thoy never think of looking at a car
as it approaches to soo whether it is
full or not as to whether it would bo
bettor to wait for the next. Thoy
just board the first to come along
and look at tho men depri'catiugly
if thoj do not riso at once.
"Personally, I havo often waited
for four cars to find a seat. Then I
hang on it, oxcopt in the case of a
woman with babies or an elderly
lady. I am a bachelor, and propose
to romain so until a woman thanks
mo for giving her my seat in either
an elevated train or a horse car.
"To such a one 1 think I'd propose
marriage at onco. But, llion, I'm
going to bo careful to whom I givo
up my seat. Pretty soon wo men
will havo to surrondor our heats in
tho theater to tho woman who buys
an entrance ticket.
"And why not? Your seat in tho
theater cost perhaps $1.50 and your
seat in tho car costs only fi cents.
Still tho principle is tho same, and
no woman with a proper senso of
delicacy ought not to accept any
thing from a stranger which costs
"What would a woman think at a
postage-stamp window in tlio post
ofiico if a man ahead of her in the
lino turned around and said, 'Pardon
mo, madam, won't you tako my
stamp?' Yet a stamp is only 2
cents." ITe w i'urk Herald.
Ho Did Not Eiko to Complain, but
tho Pudding Was Cold.
In tho month of Ma', 1S89, there
was an ovoniug party in Berkeley
square, and in tlio early part of the
day Lord Kosoborry had mot in
Piccadilly a Scotch farmer with
whom ho had somo acquaintance,
and ho asked his friend to "look in"
in the course of tho night. Tho
farmer duly presented himself in
something that resembled his idea
of an ovoniug dress. All wont well
until the Scotchman got into the
supper-room and after eating a va
riety of delicacies ho lighted on an
icecream a form of nourishment
tlint was now to him. Having taken
a largo spoonful ho managed to con
ceal his discomfort. But seeing his
host ho thought it his duty to in
form him of what had taken place.
"I don't suppose you know, my
lord," ho loudly whispered, "but I
think I ought to toll you thoro has
been a mistake somewhere and the
Lord Itoseborry grasped tlio situ
ation in a moment. With perfect
courtesy, and with a pretty appear
ance of critical inquiry, ho tasted
the icecream. "So it is," ho said;
"that's very strange"; and then, after
speaking to ono of tho sorvauts, ho
retumeu and said to tho acotch lar
mor: "It's all right: I am told that
this is a now kind of pudding thoy
freeze on purpose," and taking his
friond's arm led him out of tho
room. 11. H'. Lucy's "Diary of the
A Ship Canal to tho Lakes.
Tho proposition to havo through
American torritorv a ship caual by
means of which direct communica
tion 111,13' ')U maintained between tho
great lakes ami tido water is a
bold one, but it smacks too strongly
of tho imposbiblo. Such a canal
would bo, it is supposed, over twenty
feet deep. Tlio Erie Canal is some
six feet deep and lias cost far moro
than &X),()00,0(X). The proposed
canal system would cost at least
$150,000,000, as it would probably
ombrnco or parallel tho routu of tho
Erie Canal. At present tlio scheme
soeuis out of tho question. Iloston
Slay Blow Much Good.
Tho Now York Commercial Adver
tiser says editorially: lu order to
hold tho koy of tho Pacific, we ought
to qualify for its possession by con
necting it with tho Atlantic through
tho canal. A policy of gonorous en
couragement of tho Nicaragua canal
and tho resumption of interest in
tho completion of tho Panama ditch
may bo tho outcomo of tho Hawai
ian revolution that will bo of endur
ing benefit to tho world.
Mr. Albert Favorite, of Arkansas
City, Kan., wishes to givo our readors
tho benefit of his oxporionco with
colds. Ho says: "I contracted a
cold early Inst spring that sottled on
my lungs, and had hardly recovered
from it when I caught another that
hung on nil summer and loft mo
with n hacking cough which I
thought I would never got rid of. 1
hud iibod Chamberlain's Cough Item
edy somo fourteen years ago with
much success, and concluded to try
it again. When I had got through
wilh ono botllo my cough had loft
me, and 1 havo ttot suuorod with a
cough or cold since. I have recom
mended it to others, ami all speak
well of it." W) cent bottles for nalo
by nil dealers, Benson, Smith tc Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
rpiiK wHKiiTuu7i:nN-M coi..
J. uiimi of Interesting Heading Mutter.
uhudi,ft nulled to foMlgucoviutrieia,