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BOOK WORLD NOTES
BEHIND THE JIEN Mliough It is a complete, If enmpnet,
BEHIND THE OUNS. 'ccoril of thl,, acllvlt),
(lly Cnpi C I' Itopi. If. 8. N )
Yon have he.itd nf (lectin of alor
Done by i.iilicrs' fearless son',
Yon hnve heard the songs of lrliunih
Of the nii'ii behind Hi" Rutin,
And tln Mile" of Hip. victors
When the iiumilt wildly run;
Hut who lino heard tin plaudlls
Of Hip fnltlifiil. fuller ones?
Tin tnntlirr" and I In" mnldcn
Wlio nre lorenioit for the right.
Tin- devoted wives anil sweethearts
Hver tnif In Iiiiiioi'h fight:
Noble woman s kind auxiliary.
Heaven's own unselfish nuns
llclilml the hands
llehlnd the men
lli'lilud the guiM.
morp tlmn a rpference work. The
authors have had personal acquaint
nnro with the great majority of thp
countries trpaled, and their nrcounl
of Mnrlnl and religious conditions Is
largely the fruit of their travel.
Well selected suggestions for furllipr
reading apppndpil to each section,
nrp a useful fpaturp or the lionl.
"I Suffered With for YearsPe-ru-na Cured
WILD WITH RAZOR
Mlia Alblna Chauvln, Jfo.80 Iluo Agnes, St. Iloiirl, Montreal, Can., vrrlleii
"I consider I'erunn better than any other remedy, as It cured mo when
nothing elm) could. I suffered for years and yean with heart trouble,
headache and weakness. 1 never expected to find anything to eur me. I
hW tmo nay, In "L l'rcsse," that l'cruna was excellent and I tried It, One
boltlo produced a ehangu In mo and If the prlco bad been luo a bottle I
would have paid it gladly. I have taken nix bottle and am entirely cured.
Please accept my thanks and best wishes for your Pcruua."
Illto, May 25. Ocorgo Opaslh, an
Austrian llreiiiau Irom thu Hteaundilp
Columbian, wan laM Tuesday coiniiol
. ted to the luxaue Ah) Iiiiii by .ln.lt: n
They're the liraest. truest wnrrlura ,reWB. The proceedings In the coin I
I'eotillng Cod'H eternal earth; plumed that Opanlh had cieiled nirli
They're the fountains of our happl- excitement on board the Meamihlp
The (lovum that give Us birth;
They're the f.ilth that girdles moun
tains, Moving million, million tons;
They're the Minis
llehliid the srelirs
llehlnd the men
lleblnd the guns.
Render even bond and blessing
Kvery kindness we inn give.
To the ones who sweetly leach us
How to hue and how to live;
.Making soldiers, saints and sallois
Stronger luavei, better ones.
HIphi their loves
llehlnd the lives
llehlnd tin- men
llehlnd the guns.
"WALKS IN PARIS."
BY GEORGES CAIN.
(The Mnrmlllan Company, N
rilled' with the spirit of that l'a
iIh which e.ipes entirely the oh
white she was l)lug at Ksian.ipill that
he had made life rather Chi Interert
lug for the otllcers and men on the
It appears that tho man went su I
lently Insane nt about midnight of Sai
unlay, .May 1.'. lie produced a rrmir
and threatened to run nmuck anion;;
bis mates In the forecastle, lie was
' secured nud vvas placed In an empt)
cabin, mid two quartermasters were
set on natch outside tho door
Tho guards must, however, have
been less vigilant that the occasion ie
MUlred, for nt about 4 o'clock in the
morning Oparlh managed to get out
of the room and to secure his razor
lie Immediately proceeded down Into
the engine room, and there he stood
up two men, who were on vvnlch, and
threatened to kill them. These men
managed to call the chief engineer,
who tried to persuade the Insane Hie
i man in day down his arms. The
'ichlef's peisuaslvo powers were, bow-
ever, Imioieiit. and Opnslh told him
that lie vvas going to carve n slice om
sorviitlnn of Hie ordlnnry traveler. (,r ,s nbdomeii. Indicating tho par
(leorges C.ilns new hook, "Wnlks In tlcular place whete he Intended to
I'urls." will he welcomed by every- ,)(,, M ci,oce cut.
one who loves the real capital. Sub- At lng ,10nt ,10 cnni rrxci)
gestlvo In in title of Augustus tll0 cene ji0 )laJ vo,, aml
lime's famiiiis guide books, M. Cain's . pointing tlits weaiKin nt the mutineer,
work Is nt ,i very different nature. I le toI( llln that le woltll, km ,,,, f
Instead or loniplllng n manual tilled nc ,II( m surrender bis razor. Opa
with nuotntlnns uud valuable In- Bh could not be reasoned with. He
formation fot the beuellt of tourists, uni.i ii. i... i i...i. .i.i .1...
I" ,,i .1. ,iiii-iiui:ii lu nun tuu tl
lain to his list or victims, but finally
the city he loves best, looking about ,, of ,e mt. tno room managed
him with eyes dial pened by wide t0 But c9e CI10MK, t0 ,)lc ,,,nnlac to
knowledge of the Innumerable lit- land a blow-with a wrench on his arm.
crary and hi toib-nl initiation of Opaslh dropped tho razor, and on Inter
P"H. I exniiilnntlou It was round that a bone
Wnlks In I'm IV will come as 11 0f his arm bad been broken by the
revelation to nianv who fancy that I rorco or the blow which he had n
Ihey have seen Ihc city. (ieorges celved.
Cain ih.es tint leserlbc the Paris of, A physician vvas Rccured from l.a
'the lloulevardH. of the Champs t,n,lni w, ,rossed the arm. and tho
i:i)hees and the Anglo-American li- Mascl proceeded to this port, whero
tels. It Is the l'.uls of the French-j the formnl Information ngalnst tho
man that the writes of, and all who ian was made before the District
wish In see the leal city cannot do Court
betlei than look at It tluough his I Judgo Andrews committed the man,
ovex One bundled and eight pic-. nm ho hns been held In the jail for
Hues and len maps nud plans aid In safe-kieplng. It being planned to send
bilnglng the city vividly before the Mm to Honolulu to the usylum by the
1 culer llie noon Ih puuiisiieu ny Manna Kea this week. The man has.
the Macmlllan Company and trans- since ho was Incarcerated, appeared'
lateil b Aided Allliihon, M A". quite rational, but tinilor the clrciim-
' I stantes It Is considered best that he be
"THE GOSPEL IN LATIN LANDS." kt'l'1 milltr medical surveillance for
I some lime yet. Tribune
(II) tho Itev rrancls A Clark nnd
.Mis. Harriet A. Clark.) ! HII.O, Muy 18. At the meeting
(The Macmlllan Company, N. V.) of the I'orelgn Church Congregation
A new uspect of foreign mission- held Sunday utter the completion of
ary woik Is revealed In the latest the morning tervlce, It was decided
itdillilou of the .Macmlllan series, to extend a call to Itev. Drahms of
u.'v'iaBV jMrtfmr.maw m
"Please Accept My
Thanks and llesl
Wishes For Your
Many casesof heart trouble are earned
by retlex disturbance.
Derangements of tho sluninob and
liver produce s) mptoiiisof heart trouble.
Catarrh of tho stomach Is a very fre
quent cause of sympathetic, heart dls-
Talpltatlon, shortness of breath and
bloating after meals are tho most prom
Tb following wholesale druiy- .
gists will supply tho retail trade
I Such a condition of tlio stomach Is
also liable, to produce headaches of thu
Medicines that palliate Ilia symptoms
will never load to a cure.
It Is tho effect which l'cruna has upon
the stomach, healing the mucous mriu
branes and restoring the natural fune
tloiuif the stomach, that causes Peruua
to bring such prompt rollif.
NSON. SMITH & CO.,
R. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalmcr and Funeral Director, ar
rived from Oakland, Cal., and he is now employed by M. E.
SILVA. Mr. Kent is an experienced man in this line of
business, and as a practical embalmer has had 1G years' ex
Mr, L. H. Kent and Mr, M, E. Silva are now nrenaied to
leccivc all business entrusted to our care. Mis, Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the fen. ale cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will anive heie within six weeks' time.
M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St.
Night Call 1014.
Uuliid Study of Missions. Under
(he tit l.i of The Cospel In Latin
Lauds, thu Itev. I'raucls K. Clark
and Mrs. Harriet A. Clark have
wiitleii 11 (omprehenslve account of
1'ioleslant work In couutilcs genei
California to tnke the pastorate of
the chinch, which will soon be left
vatant by the teslgnatlou of Itev
The name of Rev. .Mr. Driibms was
placed bffoni tho congregation by
nil) legmded as excluslvel) Itoninn "'' (oininlttee which was appointed
Catholic. The extent uud success nt nie time ago to look Into the mat-
the woik will tome us 11 levelatlon ler of setuilng n pastor. He was
to those unfuiullliir with It through high!) lerommended by Itev. Chas.
peuiin.il tonnectlon. That 1'iotest- " llrown, tho pastor or the Klist
ant sihools should be open and Pro- Congregational Church of Oakland,
teslant pienchcrs nctlvo lu Spain, to whom the committee had wiltten
the tdithplnce or the InquUltton, usklng for suggestions, us well us by
end In Homo llbclf, under the very Itev (leo, C Adams, the pastor of
shadow nf the Vatican, am facts to the I'list Congregational Church or
uiiike the btudent or history gasp. San I'tani'lsio; Ilev. McLean, 1'iesl-
ll Is. hciwevei, only light to say dent of the Theological Seminary ut
Hut neither thu nutliois of this Herkeley, 11 ml llev. Wnlter Krear or
honk, nor the missions whose work
Ihev descilbe, ultack the Cathollt
1I11111I1 uh such. They believe that
despite the g lent work It has nil
qiiestloniibly done, much of IU vast
Mold is led neglected. 1 be Justice
of this view appears to he amply
ilviiioiiHlintcd b) the evidence pro-
J 111 1 1 by the authuiu.
Oakland, the father of Governor
Kiear. The latter speaks of Itev
Mr. Diahms as being tin excellent
worker, "11 clean, straight man, with
11 good degiee of uulllty " Mrs.
Druhuis Is spoken or as u good help
er lu the (lunch woik.
Itev. Mi. Oiubms was ror seventeen
)cnis the chaplain or the Run Quen
llie most sli Iking poitlon of this tin penitentiary, uud prior to Hint
woik. however, deals not with fin- held 11 pastorale In California, In
lope, hut with Atactica. It Is hard
fol I'llUuns of the United Status who, I
in almost unconscious pilde, have
assumed for themselves the exclu
sive title to be culled "Anieilcans," ,
both or which positions bo did goud
The time when tho new pastor
can tome to llllo has not been uscei-
tnlned as yet, but It Is hoped that he
to iimIIzu that south or thu Moxltiin will be able to come here during tho
l 'ei t'10 l.iitin uiee holds the two tlrst part of July, as Itev, Shields ex-
leiHIuuiits. ChllUiiliuu lias nut )ct
l-i.eil uwuy the vietl. wiought by
I'm Spanlbh loiiii'ic'ors ,11111 II Is 111
i' untile -I C 11' 'I and Sou'li
t'l 1' t e ' tlos'iel In Lutlu
is doing lis most effective
pei v lo leave ut that time for Ohio,
when- hl rather is living, nnd will
iim ,1 vacation before seeking uu
The letter extetidlng the call to
llev Mi Diahms will he forwurded
I by the sleamsblp Hnterprlse this
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