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EVENING lUIt.I.nTIN, ItONOUJUI, T. II , WKDNESDAV SEPT. 22, '09
To All The Women Who Suffer
Pe-ru-na Is Earnestly Commended.
Many a matron has lengthened the
days of her comely appearance by
taking Peruna. To-be beautiful,
the body must be kept clean inter
nally as well as externally. Peruna
produces clean mucous membranes,
the basis of facial symmetry, and a
i clear, healthy complexion.
i 1 waM fc.
t v vVK'sHCMb ;"
MBS. JAMES G0LL0Heff
f K&JSif&S? W AU UllF
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DLLE. MARIE LMEUNIEP
Catarrh Made Life Miserable.
Dlle. Mario I. Mcunlcr, 013 Onlirlo streot, Montreal, Can.t writes!
''I take pleasure in stating that I have been .cured of catarrh by
"This disease made my life miserable, especially in the morning,
when I had to cough and spit and make every effort to clear my throat
and air passages.
"This remedy enred me promptly and I recommend it most highly to
persons afflicted with this terrible disease."
The following wholesale druggists will
COMPETITIVE SH00TMEI0 BALL TEAJT
NEXT MONTlli BEATSJVISC0NS1N
Local Marines To Test
Their Eyesight At
Prompted li the desho to bo tall
el (liuniplou faliai)) slioiitciH of tho
In ul iii.ii lues, the tc.iin ui m panics
r tlm miiiino battalion, now tn
I limed In Camp Vcr, iiudei Major
long, will uimpeto for tho 111 nt
pilzc In be awarded to tho vlttorlnux
team lit 'i uiinpftltlim tdicot tn bo
hild In tho latter pirt of next
During tho pnbt tmmtlix tho local
inn rims liun hern doing biiiiio
xt idj mid tiiitlilng wmk down nt
tho I'ort Shutter range Thuj went
iti'Vii Ihure In company, under tho
iimmiuiid nf their ciipUlus. At
pi suit Co II, Captain l.mv. Is still
pi.utlcliig dally nt tho range When
Hi t ifi.np.in) Iuih hid Hh Hlimo,
Cnpltl;i Itanimv of Co I) will tnko
lilt liiijM llimn fur a practice This
di nt1, tho actual competition wcnlt
lloth the oflHors ami men ant do
ing th"lr best nt tlm rmge. Tho
rum pel It Inn. It Is exported by Major
l.img, -v. Ill be uf gnat nlttr, not
iml to tho victorious team, but .
tho moil guieinll)
.Mnnb .Miiiitgnim r ' linn piurli iyod
ii die iiilirul nip Willi h he luteals pie
Milting In the l.iiKliuein fiiuo of Iho
ililp mulling Iho fititoHt run In the
full speed ton of tho Pled
Tho cups fin tho Itegitta r)aj
prlres uro Hue Hpiclmi n of tho Jowl).
ii'h art, and lliey line been pur
dinned b) tho committee fiom i:, O,
Hall & Sou
Wine glowers mnl grapn talsets
In Ohio have i-cnt over i'f'O proleats
In tho Seuetny nf Agrkitlliiio
ngalnbt tho i tiling nf tho pure fond
toiniiilsFlim defining wine oh "n fer
lininted beverage made fiiim the
Julie nf giapc w'tli-nit nddltlon or
iilisti.Ktloii Thv wish to he al
lowed to mid sugir.
Bulletin Business Oflicc Phono 250.
HiillL-tin Kditunal Ruom Phone 185
Mr. James Oollolicr, Norwood, On
tario, Cannda, write I
"I wn BiiftcrliiK from Fj-stomlo c
Urrli (or aliotit two jenrn. In damp
weather 1 naminalilo to do my work, on
my lsrk and olden would ache, and I
thouRlitlf I did not eoun And a cure I
could not llo long.
"I caw wliero IVruna liad cured hun
dreds who had nuHerul as I was. I de
cided to try It.
"After taklnrj llio flrnt bottlo I felt a
blR clianpp. I haro taken Iho bottles
and I am completely cured.
"I thank Dr. JIartman for hla kind
adlcc to mo."
MIssKottlo V.. lloeanliu, It. P. T. 21,
Wcstfleld, Now York, U.B. A., wrltcn:
"I hao Ik en a great sufturer from
pick headachcH, lint am now entirely
free from that trouble. I haro not felt
so well In ten years as I do now. I
would recommend Terunaand Manaln
to all sufferers. I w 111 say, Red bliss Dr.
Ilartman and hts wonderful romcdles."
sjpply the retail trade: BENSON.
Mnrdlng to a cable that wax re
vived b) Hie Dill) Cluoiilclo of
thll iltv, tho Kilo Unheralty nlno
. cjleiila defe.itud a team from tho
WlKinnuiii, wlil li is at picscnt In
Japanese wutfrs, h) u bcore of 3
Tho game was placd at Toklo,
and iniibt hno been a eiy oxeltlng
one, Judging b) the scoro. Tho Kclo
tram Is well Known In Hiwall, hav
ing tomed the giuiip last )c.ir.
NEW "NO TIPS" HOTEL.
Ctrand Palace About to Open in Lon
don Makes Innovation.
lynndnn, Sept. 11. Tho proprietors!
nr llio ntw Ktrand r.ilaeo Hotel, which
npcim on Scptomlicr 14, and HtnndH on
the alto or tho old Hxeler Hull havo
iidnpted it during Innovation. Tills Is
tho Btrkt enfonument of tho rulo "no
'I his will bo Iho only liotil In tho
vvnihl In which tho nilu Is laid down
and tho Innovation will greatly relievo
Iho nulnii3 guet. A tlxcd price will
I'o churgcil fur all Iho -170 hedninms,
v.hethor on Iho first nr slxlh floors.
Tho chntgo for n budmom fnr ono
guuit, with okctrle ll,lit, and hut and
mid water, a huh, n tnhlo dliuto
hreHkrnst and nlli ml mco will bo
Tl.r.O whllo all tho other chnrgoB nro
oqimll) i easnnabhi.
DAVENPORT ALIMONY SET,
Csrtoonlct Ordered to Pay $-1CO to
Vlfe Pending Suit. j
Now York, September S. Homer C.
Davenport tho Vuilunnlst who Is be
ing sued b Ills wlfo for divorce, wits
mdertd tn pay her JtDO a month nil-!
.ii..ti. ... .!.... tt. O..... fl....l. I.. 1..-
.ili'l, lifiltl ill fill, -liu Jul'Ull UJ una-
tire (llegerlcli. A couusol feo nf J1S0,
In lie) paid cnunsol fnr Mrs. Duviu
poll, was ngrtod uKin bv tho nttnr
ni)ii of both bides Tho trial nf the
case has been fet down for October.
M. D'S. CAN'T ADVERTISE.
Japan Pastes Law Prohibiting Self.
Praise By Medical Men.
ToKIn Sept 11 Thu Dopailinent of
Homo Affairs bits IsEited mi older
which pinctlcullv fniblds nil advei
tlBeminU b) plDsltlnns In tho nature
of "puhs" In Ihoiufelves and theli
skill Hillurto uiedical men In Jaimu
have been allowed to advertUe Nnvv
ph)slil!iiiH surgiuiis dentists and nil
vvhii ion lii I hnsplt ih will be allowed
In ml vol lire mil) Ihelr n lines, ipitll
llcatlnns, localities nud chilges.
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1 iHBc Nro. 'iiH
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My Sister Advised Me to Try
I Took Your Treatment and
My Appetite Returned
I Gained Strength and Fiesn
and am in Perfect Health.
I am so Thankful Your Medi
cine has Done Me so Much
Hiss Julia Butler, of
Appleton, Wiittnsln, V. S. A.
Grateful for Relief.
Mme. lyoo, OalHinrc, 215 RuoArtgo,
Ht. KatiTotir, Quebec, Canada, writes I
"I thauk jou very much for tho ad
leo you have given me. I am very
well Indeed. It seems to mo that lam
no longer tho same person,
"Home of my friends haro been
troubled with colds and bavo used Pe
runa with verysatlsfactory result. A
for myself, lam happy to In. so success
fully cured, anJ so promptly."
Catarrh of Bowels,
Mrs. Mapglo Durbln, 1132 North Rt.,
Little Hock, Arkansas, U. H. A., writes t
"I was troubled for flvo years with a
ehronlo disease. I tried everything I
heard of, but nothing did me any good.
Homo doctors said my trouble was ca
tarrh of tho bowels, and somo said con
sumption of tho bowels. Ono doctor
said he could cure met I took his medl
clno two months, but It did me no Rood,
"A friend of mlno advised mo to try
Peruna and I did so. After I had taken
two bottles 1 found It was holplnR me,
so I continued Its use, and It has oared
me sound and well.
"If any one wants to know what Pe
runa did for me If they will write to in
I will answer promptly."
Pains In the Side.
Mrs. Julia Ilraxton, Apollo, Pennsyl
vania, U.S. A., writes t '
"Peruna bat cured me of heart trouble
and pains In tho aide.
"A year ago I was expected to die at
any time, and the doctor waa sometimes
called at two o'clock In tho morning.
IlutI am thankful to say that I do not
have to send for a doctor now,
"Since. I bavo used your Peruna as
you advised me, I am well and able to
do all my housework.
"1 havo all the faith In the world in
Peruna, as It cured me, and I know that
It will euro othors."
SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
RIOT TRIAL MAY
END THIS WEEK
Defendants May Try To
Make Light Of
. .ic neleio.o In thu trial nf (ho Wal
palm rioters contjnuvd putting tho
ucciitcd men on tho Etnud this morn
ing us witnesses In their own behalf,
tho defendants nil putting u very gen
tle construction on tho gathering oC
tho mob nt Walpahti on Juno 8 last.
The trial Is progressing swiftly un I
It Is believed that it will go to the
Jur) by Iho end of tho week. Tho nt
tornc)s for tho prosecution, City itii !
County Attornoy CntlicnK and Mr.
Grosser, havo presented fcoiivliiclng
ovtdenco that tended to show the Im
plication of nil of tho defcndanti,, in
tho riotous gallic ling and the testi
mony of tho now witness, fieorgo llnh
Inson, did much to clear up any ilou'.it
tint may havo existed on certain oc
currences on tho day of tho riot.
Pope's Chamberlain Invents Device to
Print By Electricity.
Paris, Sept. 11. Cvrcbotaftl, tho
Italian bishop and. a chamberlain nf
the I'opo has Invented u telegraphic,
t) iw rlter which posslb'y will bo uc
cepted by M. Mlllcrand, minister nf
posts, telegraph and telephone, and
Installed throughout France.
Thu machine is extremcl) simple.
Imagine n t)perller keyboard which
is Installed ut Paris while un lulled
roller with t)pu Is set up at Ilrussels,
tliotwn connected with telegraph
vviriiHiHtid ou have the pariplieriulla
An) t)plst can tap nut a mutisago and
it will he printed almost slmullantous
ly nt thu other end nf the wire at u
tpeed twice Hint given by tho Morso
tjstcm, A great nd vantage Is that tho
receiver utid Binder in this svstetu can
be connected with un) tclephono vvlru
mid tiausinlt messages without Inter
rupting the telephone ciuiuiiuicn
.Menell'.t, the lilacli Kin,' was the
flist tn adopt the new Invention when
n few months ago ho decl led to estab
HhIi a s)stem of telegraih In his conn
to Hxpeits advised the iilutlnu of
lllshiip Ceiehntniils Invention
fjar-'Tor f'rnt" carfs on tale at
the Bulletin orhre
HOW REPORTERS GOT
NEXT TO DR. COOK
Had Great Powwow In First At
tempt to Interview Noted Ex
plorer Examiner Correspond
ent to the Rescue.
PAItlS, Sept. 11. "It was real
ly William T. Stead, correspondent
of the Examiner, who saved the day
for tho newspaper men at Copen
hagen," snld II. M. I.) on, tho maga
7lne editor of New, York, who met
Dr. Frederick A, Cook upon his nr
ilval from tho Noith Pole,
"1 never sny a moro fcbrllo lot of
men in my life," continued Mr, Ly
on. "Alb had Ignorance, ninny had
Impertinence, nnd some had axes to
grind. Ever) body was on tip-toe
for tho arrival of Dr. Cook. Nobody
except Francis Kgan, United States
Minister to Denmark, knew what ho
was going to do with Dr. Cook after
he not him. but nil felt thnt some
thing startling must he done.
"Dr. Cook was dragged Into a ho
tel, nn amazed man, in old clothei
nnd uncut hair. He was given a
hair cut, n frock coat, and tho first
civilized pair of gloves ho hud worn
In two )cars, nnd then d lagged oft
to meet the King.
"Meanwhile the reporters who hnd
been eluded drew upon their own
brains and cabled their stories whllo
they waited to sec Dr. Cook, and
thus the romance grew. Ono sea
sick Kngllslimau who never got off
tho boat, wrote n two-column Inter
view with. Dr. Cook. -J
"Wns It cold ut tho Polo?"
"Three-fourths of the world's mis
understanding of Dr. -Cook comes
from Ignorant or malicious rcjjorts.
It Is bc)ond doubt thnt tho Kngllsh
Correspondent sinned deliberately In
this .respect. With tho ono excep
tion of Mr. Stead, thcro was not n
newspaper man present who know
what to do. nnd tho spectacto of
forty journalists squabbling In all
languages among thcmsolvcg and
with Dr. i Cook ns to tho spelling of
nn Hsklmoi nntuo was amusing in
deed to outsiders, hut when ono nsk
cd him lflt wns cold nt tho North
Pole, why there wns nn dry land
thcro to stick tho ling Into, tho ex
hibition was hc)onil tho ludicrous.
Stead to the Rescue.
"Mr. Stead with a venerable heart
of lialr nnd lucid hrnlns under the
hair, concluded himself nnd his
questions magnificently. It was In
detlc foi lunate that he assumed tho
speakership of tho reporters confer
ence with!' the discoverer, but nft'er
ho finished the sill) season was on
"None ut them except Mr. Strad
knew an) thing about the polar re
gion and so none could ask a perti
nent series of. questions. Tho con
ference degenerated Into Idiocy and
was bioken up by the English re
porters asking Dr. Cook lo wrlto his
"When I rcifd the nccnunt In the
English, (ieinian and French pupcrs
of this meeting which I attended I
was overwhelmed with the knowl
edge that tho dlstovciy of the polo
wns nothing with tho discoveries
that these newspaper men had made.
I think Dr. Cook will go down In his
tory ns tho most gloriously misrep
resented man that over lived."
DON'T SWEAR IF YOU
WOULD BE 100.
California Arjronaut Gives Hii Rules
for Longevity Which Shock
Hearer in Some Particulars
CHICAGO, Sept. 9. It Is easy to
live to bo n hundred )iars old It
)ou know how declares Seymour
Andrews, 85 jears old, who attend
ed tho annual meetl'ig nf Iho West
ern Association of Pioneers at tho
(Ira nil Pailflc Hotel. Heto Is his re
cipe for a hundred-year life:
Live a plain life.
Don't biood over tho next life,
Ho a moral man. '
Dilnk whisky and bcor, but bo
I'su tobacco. Smoke cigars or a
pipe nnd chow the weid.
Eat and drink over) thing jou inro
Don't hurry through life.
Don't work too hard,
Eight hours' sleep Is sufficient.
Don't swenr that lcada to other
ovlls. ' T
lie careful uf your health.
Take plenty nf exerclso.
Hq good natured, not a "grouch,"
"Isn't thnt n slmplo plan?" ho
"IooT( at me. I am 85, hut there
mo no gray hairs In my head, I am
still alive. )ounger, too, than many
who have not lived so long. I never
have nn aclio or a pain, and I live a
comfortnble life. Hut I never. swore
un nnth in my life."
Olhei pluneeis w'ere somewhat
peiplexcd by Andrews' argument.
Hut ull this was soon forgotten In the
dlsuisslon of the early movement to
Andrews was one of the flist set
tleis In Iho land of llowets. Ha fol
lowed an o. team fiom Marlon
i limit) . Illinois, In California, spend
ing four months on tho vvn. Ho
VALUE OF CANAL
Colonel Goethals Talks of What's to
TIa Tint) an A nt TSSitnr Vivm
Million Dollars for Fortifies
tiom at the Big Ditch.
WA8IIINOTON, Sept. 12. Col
onel Gocthals, In charge of the work
on tho Isthmian Canal, has heard
rumors nmong officials that former
President Roosevelt Is to take charge
of the civil establishment on tho
zone when he gets back from Africa.
Speaking of this report, Col. Qocth
"I havo not tho slightest Idea what
ltoosoveltt contemplates doing when
ho comes back. Though It lifts been
talked of on tho Isthmus-among cer
tain officials that the former Presi
dent will bo connected with the
work, nothing definite Is known, Tho
position Is filled by Presidential ap
pointments. .To got tho desired In
formation )ou will havo to sco
"If Roosevelt did go down thcro,
It Is safe to say that things would
Colonel fjocthals left this' after
noon for Martha's Vineyard. Ho
will not go to llovcrly unless on In
vitation, as he knows how busy tho
President Is about this time.
$5,000,000 for Fortifications.
Colonel Uocthuls sa)a that though
Commissioner J. S. C. Illackburn has
bean In III health, ho has not resign
ed. Illackburn will come home tor
a three months' leave of. nbsenco
about Oct. 15.
Plans for tho fortifications of the
Isthmus woro agreed upon Just nfter
the return of Secrctnry ot War Dick
inson from tho zone. These plans
Include the expenditure ot about
tr,, 000,000 In guns, ihlcf ot which
will ho four-Inch rifles nnd.mortnrs.
What tho valuo of tho Panama
Canal will ho to. tho United States
and what tho pcoplo will get for
their $375,200,900, tho estimate I
total c,ost of tho cannl, were two
questions asked ot Col. Gocthals.
Doubles Navy's Power.
"i urn un army man, sain uoionci
Gocthuls. "I look nt the canal from
a military standpoint only. Tho
day It Is opened for a battleship tho
effectiveness ot tho United States
navy will bo doubled. The cost of
construction and maintenance of the
cunnl will he less than the cost and
maintenance of two iowcrfiil battle- i
ship fleets, ono for the Atlantic,, the
other for the Pacific. j
"Ships cun go from tho Atlantic
through tho cannl to San Francisco
in about fourteen dn)s. It took tho
Oregon fort) -two days to make tho
trip aiound the Horn at tho out
break of the Spanish war.
Germans Bntv Already.
"The Hamburg-American packet
lino has taken steps already to get
thcpilvllcgo ot using tho canal when
completed. This company has u
lino of steamships on the west coast
of South America nnd seems to bo
building up a good trado.
"Only a few merchant ships nro
fl)lng the United States flag. It
should not be so. 1 would llko to
seo this country ns energetic along
this line us aro tho Germans. 'We
should liuve ships under the Ameri
can flag scaichlug for and carrying
"Who can cstlmnto tho vuluo ot
couslwiso water traffic that may seek
tho canal or bo built up becauso of
"It would bo guesswork to esti
mate tho valuo of trado that may In
the future be built up wlth tho
South American countries or with j
China and Japan und others of the
great countries of the, East.'
"Come on nnd take a ride In. my h
monoplane," Insisted the Inventor.
"Why, It has a speed of a mllo n
"Indeed," said tho cautious friend,
"In what direction?"
"What has the direction to do
"Whj cr I was thinking por
hnps it niacin thnt speed coming
down toward tho earth."
DOWN ON THE FARM.
New Arrival "What time do tho
summer boarders begin to thin out
Kurmcr H)etop "Wall, nelghbor.j
they get thinner nnd thinner every
week until nbout the last ot Sep
tember they uro so thin they cut
tho hammocks through nnd then we
ship them buck to town." U
has n diary he shows his friends,
which gives Interesting details ot his
"Thpro are only u few of us left,"
explained (leorge Uotchklss, secre
tary of the association, '"And the
number Is smaller at each meeting."
tleoige O. Custer, a '49-er, uudltor
nf the school hoard, ami his bride of
ono dn, attended the meeting and
whip inngrntulntcd, Custer, who, Is
70 jeais old, wns married on Wed
nesdnj In Miss Allie llnlsnoldj Ul
)enis old, ill the Initio's homo In
Wc have just unpacked quite an assort
IRISH POPLIN, a, handsome mercer
ized fabric in solid Colors, 28 in.
wide, - 35c yd
FRENCH LINEN, soft finished, all
pure linen, in all desirable shades,
47 in. wide, - $1 yd
EMBROIDERED PIQUES, a French
material, white ground with small
colored designs very pretty for
children's coats, etc.
PURE LINEN DUCK, in natural
color, 36 in. wide, 75C yd
FLOWERED ORGANDY, quite
sheer, white ground with floral
designs and silk stripe, 27 in
wide,' - v - . 25c
Also many other styles of fancy goods,
and a full line of
Nainsooks. Wash Chiffon,
FOR DR. COOK
Gives Dr. Naiucn's Book Credit for
Having Showed Him the Right
Path to the North Pole.
COPENHAGEN, Sept. 11. TJio
greeting upon his arrival this morn
ing at Chrlstlansund savored strong
ly of tho triumphal return to his
own country ot a victorious warrior.
Hyipondlng to the address of wel
come Doctor Cook said:
An explorer can ngt rccctvo
greater honor than tho appreciation
of a people who understand him. In
Norway you havo many explorers,
and somo ot them havo been among
my dearest friends. I admire the
breadth, enerirv nnd scientific accu-
rocy 0, Nan8cn, but havo only had
tho honor of Sverdrup's acquaintance
for the last few dajs, while jour
Itonnld Amundsen Is my old frlond.
No modern work of nrctlc explor
ers can bo thought of without con
sulting Nnnsen, who, by hla forco
and originality, has made himself
ono of the finest ovploiijrs In tho
world. Our success has had a very
important lelntion to tho work ot
When his "Now Land" was pub
lished I saw a now routo to tho pole,
but' I told no ono. Tho opportunity
tnrae to try this now route nnd Com
mander I'cary seems to bo ungry be
cause I did not ask his permission.
Over this route our destiny was
worked out. I am, therefore, Indebt
ed to Svcrdrup, his companions and
the people of Norway who sent him,'
for trte fruit o our contest. Anufnd
son is starting out for a new polar
campaign. Ho Is the'' man for the
piospcctlvo work. Now it Is asked
"Slnco we go't to the pole, why an
other expedition?" To this I am
bound to answer that the book of
arctic exploration bus only Just beeh
WeTiave been to the boreal cen
ter by sled; we have borne nil that
we could, but we left much for
Amundsen and future generations to
do. The next problem will be the
Btudy-of the deep sea. This Amund
sen will undertake, and all the world
should help him.
Another problem Is the tracing of
tho origin of the Eskimos. A Dan
ish expedition is In prospect for (his
purpnse iinilei Kujiil llasmussen, Hit
ii Uo metis llbeiul support.
You havo received me with open
arms. Your welcome rings with tho
cheers of friendship. I urn glad I can
say that to Nunsen, Serdrup,
Amundsen and tho people whom jou
represent boilings n largo share ut
the credit for this polar contest."
Tho American explorer inmo ocr
from Copenhagen on board tho
steamer Melchnlr and it wns 11
o'clock by the time that vcssol had
cast her anchor a cablo's length from
the Oscnr It, From daylight, how
ever, Chrlstlansand had been watch
ing for the entrance of tho tclcholr.
Evory vessel In the harbor was gaily
decorated with flags nnd nil uvnll
ablo small craft had been chartered
to bring out sightseers from thu
A salute ot secn guns wna fired
from tho deck ot tho Melcholr nnd
wns answered by seven guns from
tho Chrlstlansand fort. This especial
honor was accorded Doctor Cook, a
clvlllnn, on n special order Issued by
As soon as tho smoko of tho salut
ing guns had cleared away, steam
launches started nut from tho shoiu
bouring tho civil and military nuth-
Lorltlcs to tho vessel with Doctor
CooU on board. Tho oxplnrcr nwall
ed the officials on tho brldgo of tho
Melcholr. M Cold, tho manager nf
Scandinavian line, who had accom
panied him f I pm Copenhagen, stnotl
by his Bide. Tho ship's band placil
tho "Star Spungled Ilanncr," whllo
tho Norwegian deputations paid ho
mage to tho explorer.
Tho Oscar II Is duo to nrrlvo ut
New York September 21.
TALKING LIKE MOTHER.
Mrs. Grant was undoubtedly tho
disciplinarian of tho family, ami Ml.
flrnnt, who wuh n very busy luwjor,
was regai ded by tho two children
as one 'of thcmsolvcs, subject tn (Ihu
laws' of "Mother." Hut one ila Mis.
Orant became very 111, nud ut luiiili-
eon Mr. Clrant, who felt tho children
were already showing signs nf
"running wild," felt obliged to rep
. -i'aiad)g." ho snld, "stop that Im
mediately, or I shull havo tn tuko
you front the tahlo und spank ion.'
Instead ot making the Impression
he had fondly hoped to do, he siw
the two little Imps glance In u sur
prised -niunnei ut each other nnd
then simultaneously a grin broko
over the faces of both culprits, and
Qludjs said In n olco of dcrtsho
Oh, nemge, hear fnther tijlng
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