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have gone too far to retrace my
steps. What will I do what shall I
do. Oh'! God,. I am lost!"
"It is very' simple," said Evelyn,
commanding all her strength and
'steadying her voice, "you shall mar
ry her '
"Alas," said Cummins, "that can
"It MUST be," replied his wife de
terminedly. (To Be Continued.)
ATTACK SOUTH SIDE ELEVATED
A vigorous kick against South Side
'Ti" service frem a man who says
that anarchy from a man who says
trampling on common citizens was
registered with the state utilities
A letter to the body from Olive gol
litt of the Oliver SolIItt Construction
"During the last week the over
crowding was unbearable, but the;
people restrained their criticism on
account of the holiday season and
the knowledge that the extra travel
would soon be over.
"Today (Saturday), however,
semi-holiday, finds conditidns no bet
ter. A' train at 11 this morning from
40th and Indiana av., city bound, had
more people standing than seats.
."The people of this city have
reached th limit of their endurance
and unless you act, and act promptly,
anarchy will be the result.
rO O r-
TO ALTERNATE CHAPLAINS
Erasing the lines of religion from
the state legislature by changing the
creed of the chaplain ev.ery week is
the fovel plan of Ligut-Gov. Barratt
Catholic, Protestant and Hebrew
alike wflTbe represented in the serv
ices and priests,- ministers and rabbis
from all over the state ,wiH be asked
to spend a week as chaplain of the
Each will get the $4 a day which is
now paid to a minister for the service.
ODD WAR NEWS
London. Having just heard that
the British government had taken
over the operation of the railways of
the country, a London woman tele
phoned Lord Kitchener's offjce:
"Please tell me what time I can get a"1
train from Victoria to .Epsom this 1
London. During night drill a prac-
tice message was sent along the line .
of Qne of the recruit battalions, being
passed in a whisper from man to man.3
It started from one end : "Enemy ad-
vancing on right flank; send rein-j
forcements"; and this is how it reach
ad the other end: "Enemy advancing
with ham-shank; send three and four ,
pence." The commanding officer was j
unable to discover the intervening
FILIPINO RIOTS QUELLED
Washington, Dec. 28.' Adminis- x
tration officials today confidently de- j
clared thatT without leadership or re
sponsible backing the native out
break in the Philippines is not likely
to assume serious proportions.
A detailed report from Gov. Har-
rison of the Philippines has allayed l
all anxiety the administration may t
have had regarding the reports of a
Filipino uprising. Harrison reported
that the ' "uprising" amounted- to 1
nothhag more than a few riots quelled. .
by native police without assistance
by American troops. Forty natives
are under arrest upon sedition charg- .
es as a result r
At the present rate of its growing ',
fecundity, even allowing for the
slaughter of war, Russia, which now
ias more population than Great Bri- '
tain, France, Germany and half of '
Austria Hungary, will by the end of
the century, within the possible life
time of a ' child born 'today, have
600,000,000 inhabitants spread. oVer '
more than one-sixth of the earths '
surface an empire which, given free
schools, would be incomparably the '
tnost powerful that ever Uvedj , f