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SUNDAY I1UM.KT1N, HONOLULU, H. T., SUNDAY, FEnRUAUY 9, 1902,
TO TRAVEL IIN BOX
AS HOUSEHOLD GOODS
San Francisco. Jan. 29. Harry M.
l'roiiBO tried yesterday to bill himself
(hroiigh to Chicago as a box of house-
hold goods, but a can-ru. truckman
discovered a loose board on the box
aim i'rouso was eaiteii to mo ucmrai
Polfce Station instead of the railway
Ho is 24 years of ago and a native
of Oswego. N. Y. He served two earn
ana nine montns ns a mourner in
Tnwin A ITInvi.nlh Cnv-nll-v. mill n
discharged last March as a corporal,
Much of his campaigning was done In .
the Phlllmlne. When he arrived
here on his return nearly a year ngo
ho had $700 In back pay. so he BayB.
He returned to Honolulu, but, on clos
er Insncrtlnn. was dlgannolntcd with
the Islands and came baik to this city I " nlk'' wlth clothing nnd bundles
last fall with $500. Since that time' of waring apparel distributed about
he has been playing the races and lll '" wl,ur-' ,1,t'-v 0,l,rt 8erV0 to
consequently lias but n few dollars Prcicnt. the occupant from receiving
left. Ho was desirous of going to his! cvl'rc ''""P- l,p laI1;,1 trwiy ot
home In Chicago and adopted n M proposed trip and seemed to great
scheme for cheap fare that be sas ' rcSrct tlml ' ncel.U-nt it had been
several of his lomrades have worked postoned.
successfully. , "I would have made It all right." he
Ho has been living at 033 Thlid said. "Threo rellows who served In
street, and last Saturday iKiught n my troop have already gone that way
lingo dry goods box nnd had It deliv
ered In front of 051 Third Btreet,
where it lemalncd until jostorday
morning. Some time Monday night
I'rouso loaded It with several rolls ol
blankets, three big demijohns of wa
ter, a quantity of ship's biscuit, can
ned sausage and other canned stuff.
The evtnlng before ho hail given Pat
rick Ilrcnnan. an expressman at 58!)
Fourth street. $12 with which to pre-
pay the freight on n box of household
goods and to pay himself for hauling
It. The exprt-ssmhn wns told to cnll
at 033 Third street the next morning
for tile box. The Instructions weio
obeyed, and at the latter number be passing and 1 wns afrnld they would
found a note stating that the box hear me. I fastened the boards tern
would be found nt 031. The express- purarlly. hoping they would hold until
man called there, the lesldence of I'o- I got In a ear or some place where
llceman If. D. Wilson nnd his mother, there wero not so many people. Hut
Mrs. Wilson knew nothing of any box It's all off now. for the present. Hut
for shipment to Chicago. Then tho ' IH get thloiigh some way."
expressman saw the one on the side-1 The police, owing to his exception
walk and found It mnrked "Household ally good Army record, are endeavor
(loods. State street. Chicago. III. Care lug to secure him transportation or
t. r. I'lener Via S. 1'. It. It. Weight
This was the box. according to bis
London. Jan. .'5 The efforts by
appeal to the comts to prcM'iit tho
conflrmatlon of the election of thu
nt. Rev Charles Ooro to the Ilishoprle
of Worcester attrtu-ts wide attention.
It Is understood that King Udward Is
deeply inteivtil In thu objections to
his nominee nnd It Is quite probable
that tin nnclt-iit form for the confir
mation ol the prelates may be aban
doned, thus molding giving ecclesias
tical agitators opportunity of making
a disturbance. Tho law Involved by
tho appeal to thu eourtB will cost nn
enormous sum of money, and It may
be continued over a protracted period.
The Evangelicals are determined to
fight to the bitter end, while tho Arch
bishop of Canteibury has retained Sir
Edward Clarke as counsel and Dr.
(lore has a formidable array of law
)ers. Commenting on the affair, tho Olobo
says: The right of the King to ap
point Tlishops on tho national church
Is too firmly established to be contest
ed, and in these days there Is no fear
of the right being abused.
NEW ARMY RIFLE
Washington. Jan. 25. General Cm
zler, chief of ordnance, has prepared
a paper in regard to tho new Spring
field magazine rifle, practically adopt
ed for tho Army. In which ho glveB
some Interesting statistics to show the
superiority of that arm compnied with
tho Krag-Jorgenseii rltlo now In iibo
In our Army, the Mauser und the Cor
man military lllle. Thcso llgureM
Bhow, among othci things, thnt the
now United States service rllle bus an
Initial velocity of 2300 feet per sec
ond, against 2MU0 feel for thu Krag
Jorgensen, 2200 for tho Manner and
2113 for the fierman lino.
Although stronger nnd Biipcrlor In
other reapectB, the now service lllle.
Including bajemet and scabbaul. Is
lighter than either or the other arms
The new rifle has a caliber of 30
inches, tho same as tho Krag-Jorgen
sen, and all four of tho rifles named
havo a capacity ot flvo lounds In thulr
GROCER'S SON KILLED.
San Francisco, Jan. 29. Fcdei Ick
II Itnltor unt) nf rharles Holler a
grocor at Octavla nnd I-'ulton strcots. I
nnd living at 017 Octnvla stieet was
shot and killed by Thomas Flnhcity n
bartender employed In a saloon nt 30 '
Golden Gate avciiuo. last night In a
grocery stoio and saloon at 112 Frank
lln street. Tho young man who was
killed was 23 years old, and for sci
oral years he has been employed as nn
engraver by Shrevo & Co. Flnhortv.
the man who did the shooting, Is 20
vcarB old, and recently came to the
'y from San Mateo. Ho was uricst-
UIJU LUUltiUU nilll IUU illlilj
;d ( ' "
V Dln't Work.
Suburbanite I hear that
FlrsU of yours adopted that hired
neighbor so as to get her to stuy
girl of his vlly.
with the far irbanlto Yes; and now
Sccnml Subi ughtor wants to stay
his adopted da 1 play tho piano nil
In the parlor ane 'ther do the house-
day and letter n.
Instructions, nml he gave It one turn,
then found a loose board. He peered
u to see It lt'was tightly packed and
saw the body of . ;- ThlnWng It
" 'l" w
. . ,. ... ..
oriI(,Icll ml ,,ox nml nll ,, mkcn t0
SUIl, nllll. nvuiHK lliu IMUM ,ia uutv,
the Central Station Just as It was. Ho
assisted In loading It on the wagon
"'"' ,n mounted the box. Ho wa.
ntfuifl if hlu milium fur ln wrm tin at
" " ',',..',,,, I
""- ""l "" ""- " ' "-."l"-""
criminals for whom the police are
searching. At the station the case was
.opened ami mo man iinuicu om
was an entire stranger nnd the police
t,n,i r,i ,,r Mm' l, n.l.lltlnn in .
the demijohns, blankets and provisions
there wero two well-worn dress suit
nnd got through all right. 1 expected
to be dumped in a through car and
sealed. Once on the road I Intended
to get out of the box nnd make myself
comfortable until I got to Chicago,
then I intended to ctawl back In thn
box and be dellvoiod to my friend,
who would bo awaiting thn shipment.
I had piovlslmiR for two weeks and
was willing to take the chances uf
being snowbound In the mountains. I
had plenty of warm clothing and
blankets, so It would not hno been
possible for mo to have been frozen,
' was afraid to nail myself In Monday
i"g"t; tliero was always some one
an exceptionally low rate to Chicago.
)o has Just $H. the expressman bav
tng returned to him the $12.
(Coiili'll cil from I'nj;e y )
and there Is scarcely a mall from
there thut does not bring report m
some further extension. When tin
hard times of 1893 cumo to every oth
er ilvlllzed country In the world, New
Zealand alone escaped. Senator
Uueklln says In his icpoit: "Thu bank
panic In IS1).', which extended all over
the civilized woild, did not close a
single bank doing business In New
Zealand." More than half the banks
of Australia closed, with liabilities ag
Hard Times Passed By,
In 1SSM, Mr. T. J. I'arrcll, an able'
and reliable Journalist of Now South
vvuies. writing or New Zealand in tho; that rather gave me a bleyclo fur my
St. Kouls Courier, Bald: "The prosper- biithday. and ou gavo me a watch.
Ity or tho colony hns been nmiizlng. Mother lint, Willie, you know that
A wholesale exodus ol workers dreams go by contraries,
riom all tno colonies to New Zealand' Willie Then you will give me tha
has been going on lor months. The hlcyclo and father the watch? - Ilmok
lands are being settled ami used and ljU .,c.
iust . w esmmni - -" - .. stssm !
IIS- iiHKil? iii
Jwar6 JftSw .iPHHPP ''''HHiijHaB
mM ifami .iA zSLi l v : .tmbmmh
wswr,iwiL"v"- ,''.. hnr?imM.
' yMMiMmi t tf . -A filWSSmR
MISS NORMA MUNR0.
Miss Norma .Monro, IicIicns to the foituiie of her father. I he" lute .Voiinim
L. Muiiro, whose publishing Imslm she conducts. Is Just now eiign-rcil n nu
Important legal buttle. She Is pressing her i-hilins to ,1 rich Sciiuh lului
Itnnc-e. If she wins the suit, sho nitiy bevomu known us the I..idy of
every Indication points to a tuturo o(
oven grentor prosperity."
When Premier Seddoh passed
through San Frnnelsco in Mny, 1897,
on his way tu Rngland, ho wns asked
what wns the tnm Industrial nnd bus
iness condition of his colony. Ills re
ply was: "It was never better."
Senator Ducklln, speaKing of thn
time of his lslt, in 1899 and 1900, said:
"The people generally seem to bo most
P'O'P"0'18 nn1 I'nppy."
..c years 2 pS
of New Zealand have enjoyed cont.n.,
ous prosperity, nnd escaped the blight
nnd sulTerlng incident to periods
Hetwcon the 7th of .day, 1830, and
the 2ltb of January, 1S91, n period ot
thlity-llve years, New Zealand had
twenty-rive different ministries, tha
... ... , . ,..,
term of the longest being four years.
The ministry that camo Into, power in
'January. 1891, has held office contlnu-
u ' . ,
Practically assured of continuance In
nlf, for, anotllor 'ear- II ,,ccn
?"""",u" " '-" i'."ur ...
Jorltles at four successive general
elections. At the last general elec
tion the opposition party wns practi
cally annihilated. Thcso facts fur
nish tho most satisfactory nnd conclu
slve proof thnt the people are pleased
with the policy the ministry has pur
sued. New Zealand is the only conn
try In tho world that has bad no hard
times during that period. lly Hon
RICH STRIKEJN ALASKA
Seattle, Wash., Jan. 29. Unless ap
parently niithentlc reports nro greatly
exaggerated, n strike of considerable
Impoitancc has been made at the
head waters of the Inoko ilxer. which
fiows Into the Yukon Beventy-llve miles
above Kocscrcfsky. Seven thousand
dollars In n few days rocking Is thu
record of the new diggings.
News of tho discovery reached Nome
late this season, and lit lenst three
large parties left that place to go to
tno scene. One or these parties con
sisted of four men II. II, Henderson
and It II. Henderson of San Francisco
and J. Cunningham and Charles Me
Dow or this city. These men wont
up the Yukon In n nnphtha launch,
towing after them n dory In which
they curried three tons of supplies.
Has Gold Discovery
Vancomor. II. C. Jan. 27. There Is
jgient excitement' over the lepoited
discovery oi ri n gom in somas, a
dlstiiit blug south or thin city nnd
ten miles rrom the American boun
dary line. Dozens of men went out
ycslenlny and from ihe pieparatioim
made 500 men will bu on their wav
itomoiiow to tho now placer diggings.
Five days ngo the Mist discovery wan
made, and ten claims weie staked, lint
tno s wiu illil not leal, out until e-
Will l)als. nn old miner, bad been
prospecting about thu country for
jomc time, going north nnd west rrom
the Mount linker country, nud decided
to Htnki n Halm nenr the town or J aro Hiceiwl by the thought thnt n
XCr),oW Is sweeping the eontl-
ho struck gold. The metnl is course. I'""t. and that, though small In mem-
nnd It runs nbout $1.50 to the pan.
Davis, niter sinking his placer claim,
winked southward to tho foothills nud
, raither up to tho mountains. About
hair Any up tho rldgo ho found float,
' B,m! """wnrd staked out a quart:!
vjuitti. in- iiiuii6 Pivviiui'iin muni
Willie Mother, dreamed last night
'Davis took out average 550 to tlmliifset by eiror we press onwnid and
iii i iimii mill ; t v'W&WfD9RKKAffirl!&l "T3!!WIISH
mm? OmM, sf -jag
III : JlBHr 119
HcBKiF lhw xt x iAIaBWM
Wet? ri A , tsfim
rhoto t; Wllhtlm, Ntw Yolk.
THE ORIGINAL OF GIBSON'S "WIDOW" PICTURES.
It has been ilNcoveroil tbilt Mls Florence Wee of Washington is tho girl
whose figure appears In Charles D.iim tillinn celebrated "Widow" pictures.
Miss Itlce Is the joiingest of the ihiiighli-i-H of Mrs. Clement T. lllee of Wnsb
Ingtoti, one of whom iiiiurleil (ieorge l.ederer, the theatrical malinger, and the
other John Sneger of Ilaltlniore.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE AS
PRACTISED IN HAWAII
Out In mldocenn. on the Hawaiian
Islands, a small band or Scientists
, , , , ,
meet icgulaily for the bunda ser-
vice and nlso tno Wednesday evening
meetings, nt precisely the same hour
by the clock that thousands or other
Scientists In the world hold their
Our aim, object and hope Is to ben-
eflt the hiimnn race through Christ-
titilh. to enlighten, to heal, nnd to
save. Although our work Is more than
ordlnailly. slow, yet we are at times
blessed nnd uplifted by some good
Some eighteen copies of Science
and Health have-been disposed of and
ns ninny ns Ave copies are kept con-
Itinunlly In circulation. A small, well-
kept llbinry affords n continual sup
ply of Christian Science literature.
f.nninleln unt nt MnrV linker O. ElldV'tt
win Kb Is kept on bund tor reference,
The attendance nt our meeting Is,
from six to seventeen. We are often1
made glad by visits fiom prominent
people riom all parts or the world. We
bersbip, we nie well beloved and uev-
or fiii-gotten by our sister nnd broth-
or Scientists. We pause often 111 our
wink to think of the builder who
t-trove alone to lay the first stnno of
,in. mlt'litv ,.,1lllfn nml Ihnueh often
I Among the cases of healing through
Ciulbtlan Siieuco In Honolulu are the
High Wind Causes '
Damage to Shipping
San Frunclsio. Jan. u0. Damage to
the extent of perhaps $5o.ouo was in-
,n,. i, i i,v iii i.iiri, ,,-in,i ihm hl.iiv rnr'nie moving lieviind nilestlon that whdu
'several hours nltur midnight jester -
day morning on the ba. The gient
est damage was north of Gu-eii street
'and In the vicinity of Melggs wharf
win if the waves weio nt their high-
est but nil ulong the wntei riont. both
'on this side und at the Oakland
I wharves, vessels nt anchor und moor -
cd to the wharves were thrown about
I with violence.
Only one lllo wns lost. While tiylng
to tluow n line to n steam launch, Jo
moli ltliii.l.ui,ll n nnilrl..i-i.iiiul.l- nn
the transport Warren, nt nnchor In tun
stienni olT I'olsom street, lost Ills hat-
nnio and fell Into the bay. A linn
nnd n lir,..i.reRi.i-vei- wero thinvvn to
him but he was unnlilo to get hold oJ
I cither nud went down. He was about
20 yeais old, nnd had been on tho
Win iiii onlj a low iluys,
The only vessel wrecked as a result
or the gale wub tho bay schooner Fun
tile, which had taken on a cargo ot
70.000 feet o. lumber for Stockton, and
was Ijlng at section A or thu seawall,
A Good Barfjaln.
j "flitt why," asked too piesldent of
th luiinuyAvheio women ruled, "did
- I buy Unit battleship?"
'It was siicii a bargain, leplled thu
-.ecu uuy ol the navy. "Ol course, tho
engines don't work very well, and
time are homo Haws In tho guiiH, but
it looks ns flue ns nny ol the othuis
und only cost half ns mucn." Chicago
Good Thing After All.
Mr. Muchblcst Great Scott! This
Is too much. ThlB makes the seventh
tlmo my wife has had twins.
Mr. Hoodoo That's all right. Look
at tho advantago of It! lly having
them enmo in pairs ilko that, you'vo
been nble to avoid tho unlucky num-
ber thlitecn. Harlem Life.
A case or valvular heait disease was
henleil Instantly and the person was
lifted out of distressing unanciai con-
Anoti,t,r ns n baby alfllctcd with
eczema. After one treatment the
humor dried up and the scale f-1-l
nway. leaving the child clean.
I A boy was healed of pneumonia la
u tm(, wh(,n tK,atraent vii
Rxen u ,nf) FCml.consclous and
bienthed with grent cfToit.
A mosquito netting draped over J
l'l ""' "1! "" B ,amP' nd as
"'c"1 was no oppoitunlty to put tl.e
la"I down for even a second, tun
light hand was used tp strip the net-
' " "u'1, lo '"lench tho flames
Three times the hand grasped tbe
''"'"'? "'' "t first with some f-ar
' '' u-fiiB ur.u-.iiu JUr ...
Inwardly not to fear. The h.vad
inmiKll MiiKi'ii ifiuun uiiYttfu wr
1 I. ..... .1 t.Un.. , !.. frltA
lltiRvrs, was five from blister or burn,
although It was several days be'iM
the limm odor disappeared,
A shoit time beTore tho above i.o
iiirrence. the writer had been as .ed
by a friend If she was prepared t bi
tiled by fire.
house, we offei thes
the mighty etr
se lines, and aim
as nn assurance to our multitude of
fi lends that we uio busy In our
Pnther's vineyard, endeavoring to vJEl
ulate the example of n faithful dlse.pte
who has pointed out the way: re
niemlieilui? thnt "ftnenklnir the Tiuth
m love." and wu "may grow up mtc
him In nil thlngB. which Is the Head
even Christ."-Sirs. Mary V. Page.
Honolulu. Haw-all, in Chilstlnn Se ucq
Two Big Steamers
Crash in Storm
Seattle, Wash . Jan. 20. I'nrtlcu arj
of a bllzznnl which swept ovor Soatt ,
!""' "'"'I'' wind strikes Seattlo harbor
there Is no telling what damage will
he done. It appears that tho two big
Nome sleameis. the llonnolu- and Or
B'- ''loke loose noiu their mooiiag'
""' nme together In a tegular marlu.
battle. Knocked aiound by wind an.
1 wnves. they batleied eaili other like
. enraged animals, breaking libs and
j smnshlng ironies. The Oiegon is 3e
rlously disabled, while tho Hoanoke is
not much better off.
Willie Only n tllOIOIIgll mnrlllP SUP
"-v will levial the full extent of tho
damage, well-informed marine men es-
uiaate that it will take $.'0.0il(i to place
the Oiegon In as good condition as
' ns before she nnd the ItoanoU
'nme together. Twelve or her iron
f'anies are bioken and cracked, her
'"-K feiuns opening, turn some oi ner
P'ntes are bent and indented,
'rlle Hoanoke had threo or four
(rami's brokrn or Injured, nnd several
Pllltt,s l"-'"t B" sprung. A regular
survey of the vessel will be made.
The Sure Spot,
A lei tmer on Colorado nsKed:
"Where else 111 the vmld will you And
In one spot, outbid! t-its State, such
products ns mailji-. mm, flro-cla),
chalk, copper, Iced, slate, fruits of ail
kinds, hemp, flax, all manner of grains
nnd but why enumerato thorn?
Where, I bay?" To which a man in
thu audience piomptly replied, "In my
"Johnny," said Mrs. Smlthers, "I
want you to go out to Mrs. Bennett's.
Do you know where sue lives?"
"No'm," answered Johnny, dream-
lly folding tho novel he had been read-
ing nnd putting It In his pocket, "but
I s'poso If I take Injun Jqo along wo
kin pick up tho trail," Indianapolis
AN ENGLISH TRIBUTE TO ROOSEVELT )
What sort ot man has tho best
chance of being listened to when ho
calls on men to charge In the causa of
civic righteousness? Surely tho man
who has captivated the fancy of tho
world by achievements in tho other
kind of heroism. Ethically, perhaps,
ho ought to have no bettor chanco than
any other man, but actually we all
know quite well that he has, and it
wero foolish not to acquiesce In a fact
that can bo employed to so much ad
vantage President Roosevelt, who
organized the "Hough Hlders" In tho
American-Spanish wnr. and led them
Mi their charge tip the hill of San Juan,
outside Santiago de Cuba, will bo at
tended to now when he praises
moral courage necessary to good cltl
zenshlp, even though the praise bo de
livered without pomp or flourishes In
the form of what we might cnll a lay
sermon. And we venture to say that
If Mr Roosevelt continues to do his
high work In tho spirit which Inspires
this remarkable sermon, ho will prove
to be the most sweetening Influence In
the whole lump of American civic life
that has been known for many years.
Not only has he a better chance of do
ing this than any other man, but there
Is no one who has so good a right to
do it as the man who cleansed the
system of the New York police. That
was an achievement of hard work as
well as of courage. Wo must not ex
aggerate, but we Judge that If Mr,
Roosevelt had to clean out an Augean
stable he would not turn a river Into
it. but would do the Job by hard shov
eling. Detter tha'n that, he would in
spire, others to help In the shoveling,
and by that very task they would And
that they had become more confident,
Giddy girls often become the most
sedate of matrons.
Marriage Is a mystery which tlra
only can unravel.
Few men, however eminent, feel
they have attained desired succoss.
The tide of fortune often turns with
a rush that carries everything before
The prattle ot children Is charming
music when the little ones aro your
There Is such a thing as placing too
heavy n load or confidence on the
shoulders of a friend.
Time spent getting ready to begin
frequently creates an exhaustion
which wrecks the vitality.
Many persons gauge their conduct
In proportion to the Influence of thoso
with whom they are dealing.
When men settle down to a steady
race for fortune they look upon their
jouthful extravagances with a feeling
Roosevelt's Family Fidelity.
One of the best traits In the charac
ter of President Koosevelt Is his fidel
ity to his home and family. He be
lieves that bU duty to them is not en-
tlrely discharged when he has sup-
........ ..,... -m. ..... r., ',
plied them with clothes anil food and
paid his coal bill. Their education,!
their moral distinction, their religious
development, are matters of moro Im
portance to him apparently than tho
cut or their clothes. 1'iesldent Moose-
velt will beat watching as an oxanv
Mrs. Hiram Often Dear. I wish
you'd lulng home a dozen Harveylzed
Mr. Offen Wnat do you mean?
Mrs. Hiram Offen I m Just curious
to see wuat llridget would do with
them. Philadelphia Press.
the secret of it
Chollj s shirts were (ho talk of tlm town -thev were ro rich
In design but people didn't know that DEALS wall papers weio
tue handsome shlrc fronts Cholly wore.
The beautiful designs of
1902 WALL PAPERS
please everyone that sees them and our prices nro tho lowest.
Tnke a look at your loom; don't jou think the paper needs
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., Ltd.
KINQ STREET, NEAR ALAKEA.
more self-respecting and more coura
Courage Is tho last vlrtuo which Mr,
Hoosevclt shows signs of lacking. His
civic courage Is a consuming fire.
"You must feci In you," ho says, "a
fiery wrath against ovll. When you
see n wiong. Instead of feeling shock
ed and hint, and a dcslro to go home"
Is not this a characteristically tell
ing American phrase? "and a wish
that right prevailed" as though you
were an Impotent Orcck chorus with
pious wishes for alt your politics!
"you should go out and fight until that
wrong Is overcome." Later he says:
"Thou Shalt tell tho truth, and thou
snail leu u jusi as mucn on mo slump
ns in tho pulpit." In this brief artlclo
one sees a man with tlio Inflexible
moral vigor of a Cromwell. One sees
that the successful soldiering was not,
after all, his bent, but only a partic
ular manifestation of his general thor
oughness. It was an accident. This
moral crusading Is every bit as much
part of him and as much to his liking.
Mr. Roosevelt is, wo aro convinced,
going to play a great part and a good
part. In the war he commanded tho
admiration of every young American
who respects bravery, and If young
Amerlcnns are like tho rising genera
tions of other countries he can now
lead them with his finger. If In his
slashing, dramatic way ho makes
them find some romance and heroism
In what he calls "tho ordinary hum
drum common virtues" we can only
say that he will do one of the most
dlfllcult things In tho world and one of
the things best worth doing. London
The Gift Without the Giver.
"No. she IsnValfngy, she's Just sel
fish," said nn old woman, speaking of
a relative. "Sho'll give money If It's
needed, she'll give a share of anything
thnt grows In her fields or her orchard,
but the one thing sho never gives I a
a mite of herself.
"I'd expect her to send broth and
Jellies If I wero sick, or blankets If 1
weio cold, but I wouldn't ever expect
her to come and spend an afternoon
with me because I was lonely, or to
be really Interested In any troubles 1
had or any Joys, cither, for that mat
ter. I'd never think of carrying her
any of my boy's letters to read, ns I
do to little Mrs. Stone at the corner.
Tom's been away nlno months now,
on a voyage, and Mrs. Stona has heard
every one of his letters. We've hunt
ed up together in her big atlas tho
places where he'll go,' anfl when sho
comes across anvthlnir nhnnt nnn nf
thm , , now)ipapCrB Bho aIwnya
remembers and tells mo. Sho doesn't
do it Just to please me, cither; sho's
".Mrs. Stono scarcely has n Bpara
dollar to share with anybody, but you
never think of that. 1 guess it's aa
mnr-h U'linl fnl1.-a'lt Int v, .lin.n ...1,1.
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them as whl11 ,he' Bl" 'ltn yon that
An elderly Scotsman was tried for
a Blight offence and was put In prison,
Tho vvarder handed him a pall of wa
tcr next morning, with tho remark,
"That's to clean your coll. What was
his astonishment on returning to find
Sandy, who had divested himself of
his clothing, having a bath.
"Good gracious!" exclaimed tho wai
dcr, "what are you doing, Sandy?"
Sandj (tinning round quite Inno
cently) . "Didn't ye Bay It was to clean
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