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The Evening Wor 1 d Daily M a j a z i n e , Mo n da y , Nov ember 18, 1913
u r tut - m. m. t 1
C- a ), Isu . . I'M I'tea p , i. Co. 1 ??w
By C. M. Payne
Top, will vA J
"Be. vw -noise M
1 WANTA TAKE)
AN' EGGS To (
i TOW M
I T3E 5uT?E TrlAT
I'f I I K I i '. P0f
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MIGHT TiTf EAK
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m , , m
T3T Gollies IT 7
5oo"D To GET INTO
THEiK GAMES NOVA
jantiien i x;
(Mjj gj.' a
1?LN ALO Nd AwT)
r?LAT, "WILLIE, rV 7
) WANTS To IVEAO)
1012 trr Tha IVihlm uiiii ' '
New Virli I wiiim; Wrld. )
MRS. J MUVS RICH UNCLE
DOES SOME STARVING.
UW'.liK IfKVRY, who was used, us
he exprees.-d It. to hi "thieo
quaro meals a day." wan almost
fatal with hunger as Mil afternoon of
01 and Ruhr at the iModern Mothers'
fflwtkix In the Hyacinth lloom of the
Hotel t?t. Vitus progressed.
After Mr. JnnkJlnger hnd played Ms
btrowis of "Thistledown Athwart the ,
Moon," to the a ccompa n i m en t of cvrry- j
body's conversation, a very scout I tdy
recited 'Plpi .1 I'asscs," a little thing
"Robert Urownlntf dashed off some
years previous to hla demise."'
The atout lady prefaced the recitation i
try saying she felt lirunnlng was u
kindred soul ever since she had actually
beheld the palace In Venl-e In which
"The dOiV I beheld that palace Is a
lodestar In my memory!" said the
very stout lady.
This might be true. She had slipped
on the slimy steps of the old palace
while v Minis out of the gondola and
! id fallen Into the Orand Canal, where
by causing a new hljhwater mark In
Oosh-n-mlarhty 1" whispered Uncle
Tfency. tUffrttll at Mrs. Jarr's sleeve
"Ain't there no place around here
where a dying man could get five cents
worth of crackers and cheese!"
Bssh'" said Mrs. Jarr.
"Sssh! yerscVf!" snorted Uncle Henry.
"T could eat a hull can of cove oysters
at a gulp, ,f I knew a place to get "cm!"
Mrs Stryver, on the dais, rapped for
order with an Ivory gavel, and trained
her gold, lorgnette on the assemblage.
"We will now come to order!" she
cried sharply And again she rapped to
alienee the gabble and argument, "The
secretary has letters to read."
Mrs. Olldett, as secretary, rose.
"The letters are not worth reading. I
take It that the women who deslse to bo
Modern Mothers have already espoused
the Cause. Some of the communications
T have received are from women who
say they cannot spare their time from)
their homes and children to become
Hisses were heard. And then a violent
ouarrsl broke out In the centre of Mis
room between a woman wearing a rid
In habit and Mrs. Clara Mudrldge-Smlth.
O. Heeza BoobI
Tlit Nw orli K'r ilBf World I
It appeared that Mrs. Mudrldge-Smlth
had left her chair to carry something
mean to a lady that another lady had
.iid .ttiuut her, and when she had re
turned to tell the first lady what had
been said in reply t'he found an angular
female In a riding costume In her chair
This lady wao a spinster of uncertain
age who was president of the Lady
Centaurs, a woman's riding club. They
rodn all day In stTeet cars and the Fifth
avenue stage wearing mannish costumes
and riding boots and carrying hunting
The officers of the Ldy Centaurs
could be told because they wore divide 1
"klrts. The Lady Centaurs had been
founded by the lady In Mrs. Mudrldge
Snilth s seat. Her name was Ima Mann,
and she came naturally by her love of
efpicstrlanlam because her father had
amassed a competence manufacturing a
patent folding clotheshor.se for use In
Miss Mann, like many other members
of then sorts of riding clubs In New
York, made It a part of her duties to
ride to other f lub meetings "always In
the open air " Bjr this they meant they
ailways took a surface car and never
Thatl they ran up the stairs, so as to
be able to say. "Well, there's nothing
like a good brisk canter to bring out
one's color'" This was I rut enough
They always applied the color as they
camered up the stairs.
"Ladles'" called Mrs. Stryver. "Please
cease the altercation! You are not at
home iwlth your husbands!"
"I haven't any. thank goodness!" re
torted Miss Mann. "Hut I submit that
I ajm a member of this club In boo 1
stnndlng. I love nil animals liorses
baliles-although children make me nerv
ous! Hut I've just come from the
"Order" Order!" ahrllled Mrs. Rtryve-.
"Where's a waitress to take the
order?" murmured Uncle Henry. "I'm
dying fer food!"
And he would have gone, but Mrs.
Jarr held him bark.
''"liN-rfl U)HISTL A6AIN I L
HS?lf ' ' I PULLCO tmAt)
Sjl E ' DOMBUJAITeiaUP C
-jJ j TeN timcs tc-oay;
HELLO ME, 6003 THIS
MAHY THE. COOK. LUILL,
You put all the SiLvete
".tot-, on Trie DUMMY
I LOAMT TO Put,7 717
THE VAULT DOLUN INTME
CELLAR FofZ, THE lUINTefl
tUOND&( UJHAT'S TM7
( I OCA OF PUTTING
THIS OOUJN STAlUS
i suppose its some riif
Of MY SMAfiTHEAD fT1 r-rr-Wllft
The Coming of the Law
"THE TWO-GUN MAN'S" Greatest Novel
By Charles Alden Seltzer
I'-' njv 1013. br U rbitint PuHlihLnf Os.l praise of the paper to thanks for the I
synopsis of PKtCIOMra OH MTKIts
peuran -e if his name therein, for all
Kent Hollli. Nr V.n , Mine who would have criticised were silenced
to On Bolt o ta m. sMrts ot Ma dsad fstiitr ; t,y the appearance of their own nsmea
iii tint rem .n li. ill. i ...,.', Tw.s-isis.n. '" 1 '"" ''"'"h Issue if the paper ap-
(Gee I "UJOMOErt. uxT
I C-AN TLU MIM SO HC
SENDS HISUJATCH OOUJN
TOO HE'S ALUiSF GUV
ynt i a j
V tl ,r
Cheer Up, Cuthbert!
by Clarence L. Lulictt.
Sea t .w,,. sejsss mnjjKjruvsysi--lti- uwuwwrtp
ODWrigkt, 11112. by Th. I'Mes NbHstill Co. (Tl,. Man York Kr.nln. World).
fPUT UJHAT- SILVE(L
AUJAY ? UJMY THEE.S
NO VAULT IN OURV
CCI .LAE, AND MAftY
feONE. TO 'CANADA)
k! L. A
It Istnoreil thoiuchts of Dun-
l'tn the Saturday which had marked
th first Issue of the Kicker under
The May Manton Fashions
Pattern 7664 Three Piece Skirt, 22 to 30 waist.
Pattern 7664 Is c ut in sizes from 22 to 30 Indhss waist measure
OVHrtUA i r r. D
skirts that are
plain at one side and
iped at tile other
e to be noted on
: lie newest and smart
est model, and here Is
one that la distinctly
novel. It is shaped
M the left side, and
'he back Is slightly
full, the fulness being
i"ld in place by
means of a strap
when the high waist
line Is used. Making
means really very Ut
ile labor, yet the ef
fect Is an excellent
one. When the psgsl
Is used the left front
ll cut out and lapped
onto It, but the plain
"klrt Is madn by sim
ply lapping one front
over an it her. In thla
Instance f.io panel Ih
rnj!e of the same
taierlal simply tiim
mej with iiruid. but
I ;al would make a
lOOd effect. a Velvet
v.'ith poplin, broad
loth with vonlu. oy,
Maid or striped ma
ll lal ivlth plain: or,
it the entire Mkirt is
ode of striped mu
leriil, the panel could
la cut on tho cross
Pgr the medium
M the skirt will re
Ire 4 yards of
iterlal 27. 1 yard
l'i or 2s yals 44
lies wide, with T.
ard 12 Inches wld
lor the panel and 2
yards of hrald to trim
sjllHRK'S a Sort u: Mental "Uolllim
Up" that Helps too!
tion Informs us
that a Oood DeaJ
of the Oloom Is
Wilful, and Not a
Little of It Is a
"Making a Brae,"
Imply that It bus
Got to be a Bad
We know a
vYrongheaded Heaaoner who Argues t'.iat
rteoauae a Woman's 8afe4y-Valvo la "a
Oood Cry" a Man's Is Necessarily a
Iook Out for that Aggressive Kind of
Abnegation that Advertises Itself!
ft Isn't Until we're About Forty that
we Learn What a Close Connection
there Is between Pepresflun, Despond
ency e-nd Degpalr and a Disordered
Mr. Trounle emits a Saturnine Laugh
whenever he Seee an Unnecessary Irri
gation of Tear Ducts!
Some Day they're doing to Teach
Simplicity and Kindness ,n the Schools,
IOd then the World will Have a Heap
More Kun In Its Plight toward the Cun
MtHlatlon of Hercules!
The Plan may not he Pra (lea tile -but
ANY Kind of a Plan Is Hetter than
Self-Ksspeot :s tho Fulcrum from which
all Succeas Gains Its IeWuwgr!
By Sttphan L. Cotet
('oivrtflit. 1012. kf Tlis I'rei p.. ....... Ue, tlkg New tell KnuUig Woriaj.
Buying Light- -Not Current.
Tilt: rapid growth In uss of the new
tungsten lamps has demonstrated
The TfoirWa aboul afeteora i. that So
Kew of Thorn ever Plnd 'he Karth!
We Find that we're Getting Along
Hoftp Bettor itnoe we luopped u Paw
iON"rs" from our PocoJotjui
Substituted a I'ew "DO'S"'
We've Never Gotten Over our Old
Habit of Slipping on the Special Scen
ery and Dolling up to Beat the Hand 1 they consume (In watts. This varies
whenever the Situation lloglno to look a hut slightly during the llfs of the lamp
basis for naming tungsten lamps aocord
lug to the number of watts of electricity
I hey consume. Itepestod and author'. ta- ,
live tests have shown that, for example, '
approximately eleven and one-half candle-power
If a carbon filament lamp were used I
to give tho same amount of light It
cerle-t n n balir neniel lmilsey, run pe4irKt several new ad .rtlSMtnen-bs. Ju-
Utlwr'i flulri Mmt htmUvvy an-l in i-r'n'.f -1 m RnuB,l ,pilbfco p.rlt tO a
l'T Alt! iril(r ln Ml Mtrrn a I nr tUitioHl ,, , ., t yft
I4M Iir4fl i M (O I'lrUPMl I'llllWlry I'.r IMIMH 4 mtaam,tm Jl-U.,a,,ea
i.rtv jrtrl H.in hPU ro'ifpm i j ,la In Mjt.i-Cajrire
Dr-nrr. tlid U-v -4 ..! .!: rirrMf:faiU P
t .-Ij.- ati ;ii-tp ' r . r.. IHur
gHala .it ka ., .... II. .1 lla t h. . .Ins. ...it
siHi N rt .n. ttn ranff r t'ip ',r. H.ir Mollln'a ownTliM h hil Tnpoyd a
mnrb, IiiiiimMiI Mb Us MLMi Nnn-i ,-irLMilrttlon nuinauor Thai ft-rnxn
fiMrlij; rrptk. Mid Mlk !. ,i n, Itftji iwu Rvfli t,;u' ". run r t Kl.'k.-r off. h
M ha ntM DoteMffvy'i mf'i tiara MUbll iwd 4 tin I alt-iunt impUIi1i1 with a re'i-h.vlpal
,VJ;",1. tZlWWMnZ"': V",h " "noeruln age who had bound-
itaiiiliUirtnff rn i.er u'm i pu'jf t t . ftta f oiat trii'Marl-i ihv UiKM' oC a private
h . nli i. Iil maniA. M ftl!n in a ft( Mr- -n i Jrj n
ll I - .r.. .j- v lirr ihr r r-, ,t-l ' rlr 1o kop from kiuclc!nK ph.
fntm lunlar. Hit ai-'I-iHra It 1 - hm(!iar' yikti'Jh nva-r MolUa W rl to 1lo
c;r xSLKih z."zrM "" m
l.t. father. "Th. Klrker " l' (a .uImm off his feet. While In the air the youth's
br .n ..v.ntrlc rosttioaltor natnal I'.et.r. Ii uu was clost to llolll.'a atw! Iwi' i
I.-.t 11. .t Ih. Khker ,fl. aail ..fl.r. to buy . . 1 . 1
m HoUia Th, latter refine, sod. .1-1. htm grlnne I over the ocx-urrrnce. A lien
Mlf "th. lew'. .1r.no. .nut." Hollls set the youth down he stood for
rffiPTPP II ,n ln"u"VI' Jwln up Into Holla's
im n r i t K rl. face and a gnplti of anvusement over-
d hla own.
'dluioks!" he said elowlv "If It aln'r
Hollin Renew an Acquaint- ,h tenderfoot editorr
"Tlrafa just who It la." returned Hol
anee. "s with a enala.
The youth grinned as he looked crlti-
UNT.AVKT rose, his llpa ourl- "Ton glttln out that
Ing wtth contempt. "Vou 'B, p" 'o''. mister?" he que.
uftZLHL "JUtIM now." returned Hollls.
Jaika? .k L niklly!" ..claimed hejoutb. He
walked to the door, returning surveyed Hollls with fr.nk agaus.HU
and srlandlng In front of Mollis, orol- "They saM you wouldn't have toe
nuusly oool and deliberate. "Ho that's nerve to do it." he srald; "but, say' I
the how of It?" he said evenly. "You've llTlh0!'.1. ' Wt ot yo" U, J up
inini out In re looking tor fight. TVeU, iLV,,
I you'll get lt-olsnty of It I v. smiled, rememherlng that
1 Lnilk." y ,noun th W tod "" PriaM it
I "it- .. r. WM ,tot ft distributed. Me pla -ed a
Walt. PiirUavey." Hollla Interrupt hand on the youth', ehoulda-r.
led, without excitement. "I want you "Have you gut nerve enouati to n.a
to understand that there Isn't anything Kloker around to rhe people of this
personal In this. I am going to fight tM he queetloned.
you becuuae you are a member of the "' rkn." grinned th. youth. "I
i.'attlemen'e Aasoolatlon and not be- comln' down to ast you for the Job
cause you were my father', enemy. I w,1n you bumped Into me. I used o
am not afraid of you. I suspect that v" for your dad My name's
you will try to make thing, decidedly nm Denehao mebbe you've hwaxd of
interesting for m. from now on and I m,T"
euppoee I ought to be properly s" M ld been arranged, and Jlgeje
troubled. But I am not I shall not torad upon ntt duties with an energy
be eurprleed at anything you da I ,h'" 'f' MMe doubt In Ms envplayer'e
think that le all. Pleaae oloae ithe door that he would prove a vahuaMs
when you go out." addition to the force.
Me turned to the desk. Ignoring l Monks' s "Salutatory" to the people
Dunlavey. flitting there, hla a.nss. of Urf Bottom ne had announced hi a
alert, he heard the door elam. From 01et. unostentatious paragraph tttst
beyond It came a curae. 81 lenne again "thue tie had not corns to Dry Bottom
reigned In the office; Mollis wae alone fr a ree fight, he would permit Bo
wim in. oust ana tn. neat and mini ' to rreao on his ton..
sead readers' compreheneton of fke
metaphor was oontDleta Be waa essl.
danced by the warm handclaepe wtjjch
very original thought
ill. if IK f i ill i. 1 1 1 1 1 1 i . , llm ifl
portunlty to buy light Instead of current " """ " w" '"'"f
A cmmpir'son of the old an I new lamps
will better explain Just what this means.
The old-lashluueil cat bon Illamenl lamp
wus purchased according to its candle,
power. This Is not sn exact method of
buying, because the lamps give their
rated candle-power only when new. As
they age they give less ami less light
and the amount of electricity they con
same per candle-power actually tn
crease. On the other hand, all tungateu lainpe
are rated by the amount of eloclofclty
The "Kicker" Become an Institution.
T was ml! .Ii.lv and hot.
he received from eJUaena who were apt
In ayTTvp.thy with the Dunlavey rests.
It surprised hlrm tn find how many eaten
there were in town. He wae i unillsggg
that all 1 hie element needed waa a
The sun .hone continually, leader and he grtmly determined to gig
tne nights were uneomfort- " teaasxasai mmeeir.
able, stilling. The dust was Th "o00! teaue of tne Klc.ker war.
everywhere and grew deeper rnarkm1 bV more aggreaalve antrl a
and lighter a the ae sf'rlt engendered hy the eynwaythaejo pa.
v. MMMm m hai.,.1. Th,... passed. Wat er ira. aaaaes .i ii. . ceptlon of the first Issue In It he .bate.
fore. It I. apparent that when I 125.
tungsten lamps ral.1 a-cording to wat- - -Vr"- " the beet Int-reat. of th. oommunU
.. .,!!. ..,. r ... ira . " " inoieiuie.
........ t - " Jin looked up at the clear, cloudless
Little Bad and It Always Helps!
and is sufficiently accurate to form a
The Day's Good Stories
Whtii tonic of HI Drmrr Srlf Errul
pofio.'i for CravgN Submitxlon, tie
run it "PUenetfn
Why They Retired.
TWO frmtlauian who wtra pttynig cardj at a
dub recrntly Vtft 4tiuoJ by oUier mria
htn wtio Inhind tattf obain i )
tarcirtM thenutlriD in tho gioir Klntlly oof nf
Ilia pliytTi axkail a piJttor to t'Uy th hattil
JM him until ho rrtiimH,
Tn -i-wtiteir lfk tlie NHt, wl. erf upon th
fin; pliynf left th it-oid. PnUj "ou Um "'
j.i.il tJk ar f ,'l,ia..l tie- 4IlIi !,, f flirt first
Th two aaih.Ut.itr pJajad fof MM time, waM Mo WW
on of thfin aakol th waiter wbera tha tnu
i . .a . "
Tliy ara pliyirif anl in tat nmtt WkWt
air," u tia wJtrr"a reply Tit Hiti.
atraicbtanarl otit my arm, MM tJtad my wUJ.
aiil a paai Unit, aod h ... aud wailrd
Mill I Dfanook him "
"You tjon't rail that h at a trl', do you r"
one of Ma hM. (lr. uttfj
"V, I thlna it wa a ftad dcmoMtrattoii.
affl Pju familiar with th
' Yea, a hut. Una day
tm a a man aivd
ttisif n-tfin tin : in. k w .-ri 1 u IWlIt hilf thin p. t .-
Niiylna; 11k M an 1 nut current, only a
amtill irl of wrik-.b tg ufleful In maklnaT
A Large Electric Range.
at In;; ,'l.iro In ti'mUm ha 1 tat
1nattllr)l an elactrlo i unx nlna
f f thre1nchaa lone, two and ona
haJf feet !.:n In u- anl nv fst hlTh
tn the bark. It has two ovens, t-a n off
wJikh oaiL rook Blxlftfin ohlrktni if
alxt y-four ponnd of hrnf. There) are
a t'hiH'iT ten twelvn Inches In
xltf, Ave ,lhflri4ph llnr atovea anl four
tSIMll dlajo ftOYtfj. t:- 'i h?atln; ele
ment la provldad with a fottrpotttl
wlt'h eTtvlna lidaplldafl control for
hipth. tne-ilurn an1 low heata.
nop cookfl pancMUy ekiiowirda
i grtaaret'' OOD '"k! fanJfwiiy ektiowidi
y ajkllf J was U IH f f'"lt ''ff 'rP itflt ol mJ
Ml tn ru th tr.n of a ! coffer la th' v-'at method. K
aky and prayed and curaad for rain.
The rain did not coma. It waa on
long, continuous ntrhtmara of heat.
Th. ItTlrltAr r.-i I u .'... . . a..t
on Haturdaye on time. Telegraphlo n'1 r"rt fJ
nommunlcatlon with the outside world
tntereste of rhe coiniuaintty i
mended thst Tmnlavev'e evil iMl
he wiped out Tide article we
' Dry nnrtoan'a Future," and
The third iseue contained etronger
aggressive. A. he had decided
hud heen e.tahllshed Pttr had taken nrsi appearance or tne M Be
up hla residence at the Me.n. w, certain number of cople. o .,
War had h.en declared between th. Pf? t-mped
Kicker and the l.ai.tt. Eagle Hollls ?d.dT:,r"1-.U,n" "vl m""X
hed written an artTumentative essay
on the virtue, of Dry Dottom a.
Issu. folded th.m neatly, stamped
number of newepapers throughout ate
country who, edltore he knew.
lie also directed copies to a number of
?,?V&tSr ""0n Upr,01,J, M- trtSti ta T th. mZttinfPStm
Th. editor of th. Kagle had replied "I ,TI , "... . . "rI"17
. . i a . i- .... ' ii aanaiiivn, ami nan
formerly resided near him In Roeton.
and with whom ha had a long acqualnt-
r.,.r.M.m.d nonul.llon n.l JiHe ar.lrl, In "" n" "" cniinae Ot aQ-
M, hill f .nlotnr. th. ... r nrr.,i...i ministration th. fall previous and he was
ke h. of ion d iratlon-oues.lnn. of ""V1 "' "ew .. I n .M ration
perlorlty hetween sp!r1tsl persons are
adth some bitterness, sntt'nr forth In ds
tsll why Pry Rottrmi did not compare
with Lazette. As the editor of the KmjtIm
would not Irnore the sltuitlon. To the
.7 rl'iwo I jw miule . I,... al lihn and h.
i.ff wittji it ttilnktna any m -r- aljout It Mnf,
..id m.n, If you .rr S' I. Il.fa.1a, wlij n.t
let him rlose I prrsnui. ti batiflof there
The Oi cased Kklds sor: of Snt Tllem-
s. ves In Position for the Mnn who i
Would Limit the Supply.
..... - -i-.-.-11-ii-iiinrLnj!
Call at TUK JSVENINO WORLD MAT MANTON FASHION I
in ki'.ai , uunan unu.na, iw v, em i runy-seoona etreet (oppo
site Olmbel Bros.), corner Mzth avenu. and Thirty-second street
New York, or sent toy mall on receipt of ten cents In ootn or
stamps for eaoh pattern ordered.
IMPORTANT Writ, your addreas pialnty and always specify
alse wanted. Ada two oetits for letter postage U tn a burry.
... , ii w mm ... r-yiu uuJ-j- rill LP.
tlo. Klx.il (dog
who ; a i tn m.i.i. li
I. uck" Is I - stasat out u
Ti.ititijr . fau.ili 'if four lit 1 1.
uti Hnutll Harr ..in ttrM!, .Mj.
Needed by His Family
late rt,Etir Taylor aaa
h t . it a g rvit
1 ard'.rii to ir-ai an I oiiiti iifimHl la
t'.- Km mi Tity .lunrr.al. It ll aunt ' pcalteatttnei or j.it, . lint ' t.'r, ar t'.a
Whsnpysr ere Bgdn to resl Pgrtlou-
riu'.aileli.li'.. ftia-ord It a leptletlea a. a "pel
ilualng Uofiraof" leettlleil le haout Isatefa I
r .rrr'aalT la) l.a.1 . .-.latli. u ur. aiutel
I first ti.it. iu MVeia leSfl alid vtiau .)i. Lk
to diatrinut. pmoels unong Hi. little oue, it
lnm! nut Oiat al.a mmLSM'4 tall tliam ai . l A
lafly 8elf-Statlsfled, Stagnation Seta In! I .,. (r,.,,i,j t u.Mtsbpi tVi'iml its eat as tlie' ..... . .
nag leessaea sw aensausii roues ira iei ,,, wm,. 4n ui,j ,,ro wouus ir-ada kef all
ringer Of i.'.a, nrm geasSSSfi
Optimism has an Open Mind, but Pas-. Thm gjgefi wben Mdutwl Mid b.r rrsj.r.
Imlem Locks up the Shed efter the Pin . iti. mi.1.ka waa tun fmb tn hsr n. t
has hsen Stolen' I "Ussr fjord. " eh. Mlrl, "pleaae don't lead
mmmmm j Auntie Nell uiy loor. nlMea. Htia'a m i'.r.lw.
SeaarfaSKaaa I. On. nf th. j.ev s'i. "n'l kei IfSrk of what sli.'s K Bow."
Symptome of Quitting'
A WakingVp Cogitation: "I am
I. I Belong to the. Ma Sehemr. I nm
One the Keedful Cogt. Wjr sir
Work. Oul tny fart To-toy r
ttito tli r.ioru'iT ufflora and aatwd Taylor In
1 .tnloo baf tiaialiaiid, who a in tail.
"WiSt'l h In tor ' a.-l llM ' rrn r
"For iutUpId' tut atMl'D' haail" ii u-a
'I dnn't want ou pardon him," argued
tlie OoTtnkor ' If tie g"t eit tie wooll aajf
nak trout' i fur yoti agata,"
"Dd I 4oa winf hi'n aaj ab di fl"'"
WAS walking down th a'reet wid I ia- I , "I naclt -ta. man "
man a H k ahead of me to wtMim ; "Why do y-ju n Mm?" mi ilrad Taylor,
I dkirrti to aiieak," aaid tii i J : . .itiantlf
wh waa taiiiwa ot him mtpmUxiii aa a , I XI m an' d t.tihn.. . .
tav inaillM at taa tiagai Ua aaai. 1 , aaaai aaeUw aaaa.''
Marvels of Hypnotism.
lutor h.is no gqugl. Six cups of coffee
may !e made In the stiindard size perco
lators at a O0gt of only one end on
h ilf cents.
Rl city of lilssKow, Scotland,
wMlch owns its electrical supply
station, recently etrnuk a new
ansa i ii ,tu a lien It organised a series of elec
tric eooglng cotiip.tlrloiis for .itttool
glrll The lettl wrre made with the
ooopsrfttlon of the SjdU0gla0g4kJ suthor
ItlSS durlns the recent Srncke Abatement
Kkh.hltlon Tha object of the com
petlllon was BOI only to popularise eleo
trlc rooking and heating hut to create
sunh an Intereet In the subject tkat a
large tmml.er of electric cooks would be
trained for the neeVT future.
Th parents ol the schoolgirl, who
participated took much Interest as
i i the child reBi The edttoafsonaJ value
of the ( ompetulon was thoroughly ap
I r. i .ted and ths gtvta authurltl.s ar.
to be rongraluai'd n their novel
never settled. And Hollls had succeeded 8or".,,ry n'1 '" number of Bis
In arouslnc th. spirit of Dry Itottom's "". I1 .wro,e Pcrsonsl letters. gS
' icltliens They began to take some In- P'"'mg in aetaii th. eaact condition of
terest in file Kl.'ker. Many subscribed; ,,,rm "1 1 ""ln 1 uniy.
all read it. tag had not seen Diinluvey since the
From the 'local" columns of the taaper dr IMIgf hd come to the Kicker
one might have discovered that many mc negotiate for the purcliaae of
pufblle end private linipmn-enients were Psper. On several of hla rldee to
contemplated Among these tho follow- lrm me irc.e nar rancii ne had
ing tterms were of the great est Interest:
Alois er. ti.lng t aiao bj ta lofem-ji.nl
reaaet th. ar. tlon of s f.nr. ...l ih.
IViiirl M ... 1- alg. Omnea I. eon-
leSBjaasg lk.wn sod rni. Whro fhea.
ii '- ... " n. '. 'r ! thar. will l.
SjS iii(inaon hatwaan our I'ourt llu.ia. ant
(he all.ukaktel faSaSl arhloh ulssrscei tha
eeoatr eat of Ossas. Th. Lu.tt. I...
Wltll.m Iiaa ths laro.wletr of the Al
hainl ra aatt a h ua.. .onouo aa tliat in th.
naar ftatur. h. will rren s o.e atgn There
after tit. AVeoihr. will be kneani a. tha Al
hamiink RMt.uraat. 1" i la a .Up furaard.
W. ha.a beau litfersMd mat there k as ra.
tsur.rrt tn Latatt.. Oood - v Dune.
. a a . a a .
ChM m liar a ganarai aarehandfae atoiaa la
to t. reiastoterl eksoughout, Ch.1 aa gethtto
Hv ei-ytsady of any wnportaac. In Dry
Bottom recsrred weekly tnantlnn ot enene
eort to toe KVAer. Chet Miller Was
beard to aay that atke Klcak..- was a
eeen signs of life at the Circle Cross.
onoe or twice he thought he saw some
one watching him from i hill on the
t.'lrcle Cross side of the llali'ilt-Kar, but
of th!s he w is not quits certain, for the
hill-top wee thickly wooded .,nd the dis
He nail been aurnci b) Norton not
to ride too oftun over I as same trail
lest Dunlavey send some one to am
(To Be Continued!
"gAWTgOaM OS T U. g. A."
The romaace of aa American's Stte
(tag adrsnturf . ln tbs Balksna, SS7
Albert Pay. oa Terbnae ( touaAsa
oa J. B. Fagaa's euooeeafal play
now ruamag la Mow Tork), wtll hs
gta oa one of the a.ws pagw gf
to morrow's Brsalag World.