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talrteeata eeatary aad that is in the
feraa-ef opposlUoa. Parllaauat la 131S
jetttieaed the ktag, the secoad of ths
mimriM, io prohibit the saralss of aa
article dalswd to be iajarloea taaealth
aad a royal arockuaatioa was leaned
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wood costpeUed tie Loaioaers to re
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Aeeording to tie London GrayUe,
tkeirwent Tear -will witness arerrr&l,
o tie part of French eagiaeecB and
oatsaerclal men, of the channel tannal
chese. Tie eaglaeers and tielr sclen
tale trleaaeia tie Institute of Franee
aT Jut given tie ant- symptom ol
it, la celebratiajr tie memory of M. Po
tier, tie eaglaeer who initiated tie
project, aow sore tian SO year ago.
Bigfetral Slag of PoJaad.
Tfce-agh an American eittsea. sow,
OoL Join Sobleski, once ProhlBittoa
candidate for-gOTernor of lOaeoan, in
dlepatanly 1 rightful king of .Poland,
fie lives at present In California. .He
iras born In Poland in 1842 and he and
Us daughter are the only known direct
descendants of the -warrior kins' of Po
ked, John SobleekL
Thickness of Human Skla.
The akin of the men and women of
seme natioas.is much thicker than that
of others, particularly in not countries.
The Central African negro has a skin
about half as thick again as that of a
- European. That of a negro is thickest
over the head and back evidently to
form a protection against the
Football Did It
A young man of Gloucester, Eng
land; received such a shock on hearing
of his father's death that he lost the
tpower of speech. Recently he went
to a football game. In his excitement
ihe tried to cheer and succeeded in
doing so. He can speak as fluently as
"As a poet and literary man," said
the grasping publisher with enthusi
asm, Til put you against the world."
- "That isn't necessary," muttered the
straggling author. Tm up against it
already, good and hard." Chisago
"How's the market to-dayr" iaaaired
4h senior partner, who hadn't keen
sVswn town. -,
'"SsHlah on violets," answered the
jMlrii- partner, who was in love. . "On
theater tickets and candles, normal."
I CeaceieBtioBS Answer.
"Does de white fcks dat lib la
yemalt neighborhood keep eay chlck
eas. Brother BastusT"
"Well, Brother Johnslag," after cos
slier able deliberation, "dey does keep
a Jew." '
OerfeH Bow te it that Mrs. Crash
always has so many people at her fano
Msm? . Amelia Because her function are
; eartasiTey N. Y. World.
Taa&ine in Japan.
A grieTOUs famine Is reported la Ja
jaa, la three of the northern prevMees.
A jcpalauoa of nearly tmjm has
. reduced to the necessity" living
shrahc, roots aad bark.
"What! Drank again? I thsaght
sm,Mew Tear's day yon said farewell
U Mk sowing bmV
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great Apple Ceaatry.
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taen J'calls f&est fcaekwaeat eacea,1
TaTlsitor teste thasa aaa eoek eal
Be had ioaad Jaaterlal fr whol
chaster la als forthcoailag; jrorlc es
Lanra,- said" Mr. Fergason, "what
kind of a locking girl is tils X1m
"WUsaerson who is coming to visit yen
"She's tie handsomest girl of my a
aalataace," answered Mrs, FargososL
"Well that means that Pre got to
take that cracked mirror off tie Ba
teau aad pat a sew ose in its plaee
The Coming- Aristocracy.
Tlaltor (la oealteaUary) "Wao is
that distinguished looking convict?
Warden He is known here as No.
"He seems to hold himself aloof
from his fellows."
"Yes; you can hardly expect him to
associate with the common herd. Hit
trial cost the state J200.000." Chicago
, Xstahlishing a Saata.
Tuffold Enutt (at the kitchen door)
Her ye got a pipe organ that needs
Woman of the House Pipe orsaal
Of coarse not!
"Well, ma'am, seeln' I haiat cot
ao chanst to arn a meal, would ye
mind lest givin' me a bits of
thin' to eatr Chicago Tribune.
WUhelm Schmled, of TJntemalb, Ger
many, who Instructed a stonemason to
Inscribe on his wife's tombstone the
words: "Here rests the body of Marie
Schmled, who died, after much suffer
ing, from the effects of unscrupulous
treatment." has been sentenced to a
month's Imprisonment for slandering
the doctor in the case.
How a Woman Seasons.
A woman never loses Interest in the
man she might have married, says the
Council Grove (Kan.) Guard. If he suc
ceeds she prides herself on the fact
that she could have had him. If he
falls she Is equally proud of the fact
that .she had foresight enough to turn
Seturned to Punishment.
A man of Cardiff, Wales, was ac
cused of stealing lead from a roof,
and broke jail and fled. After he had
traveled 26,000 miles he surrendered
and was tried on the charge of theft
and acquitted.- But he was held for
trial for escaping from prison.
Oldest Woman Author.
Mrs. Francis Alexander, of Florence,
Italy, is one of the oldest women, if
not the oldest, writing to-day. Mrs.
Alexander is in her ninety-third year,
and has juet translated from the Italian
more than 120 miracle stories and sa
At Geeloug, New South Wales, a man
has been committed to an Insane asy
lum who thinks he is a runaway auto
mobile. When he was arrested he was
black and blue from colliding with
trees, fences and' walls.
Hot 80 Blind. ,
"Dig here Cupid chile may he blind,"
said Uncle Eben, "but it do seem to zae
dat .he kin manage to spy oat a heap
0' beauty an' lovableness dat ala' vis
ible to de disinterested bystander."
Died for Dell.
Marie Favre, five years old, dropped
her doll into Lake Neufchatel, and at
once plunged in to rescue it The dell
clasped la her arms when her
body was recovered.
The late Jacob Litt, who acaaired a
Urge fortune in a short time, had the
unique distinction la the theatrical
business of never having paid a royalty
to aa author.
Russian Asiatic possessions are
three, taaes the sise of Great Britain's,
hat hold only 23,we,0W iahahUanin, as
compared, with Eaglnaa's 297,ftM,0M
Mill in the. Family.
5f arse The hahy has year hair, sir.
Seaatloeks Da yea. think so? Well,
I'm jad sssae one in the family has
K. X. Y. Telegram;
Frown soap, la small leather
is earrted hy traveiers 'in eastern st-
ssria, Froeoa milk is also serried la
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An Amatemr Jallet
"We thought that the eKlscas ef
Athens respected aad desired freedom
of the press Apparently they do sot,
says the Athens (Kan.) Eagle. James
S. Parker, whose wife Is taking the
jart of Juliet In the charity series, ob
jeeted to our calling her skinny, aad
waited for us at the theater hut Bight.
Fortunately we caught him one on the
eye, which destroyed some-of the ef
fect his objection might otaerwjse
havd borne. J. Parker is a danger to
the community. She Is skinny, any
how. fAnlm&lness" of Doyle.
Here is a pen portrait of Sir Arthur
Conan Doyle as drawn by a spectator at
a recent London meeting, in which the
author took a prominent part: The
massive figure, the sun-scorched, crim
son cheeks and tie entire healthy anl
mnlTT""' 0? the man were unavoidably
conspicuous, giving the lie in stentorian
tones to the oft-repeated fabrication
that brains can only be cultivated at the
expense of the body.
To an official of the Sudan railway
in Africa there came a telegram from an
p outlying station: "Statlonmaster has
died. Shall I bury him?" The reply was
sent as follows: "Yes, bury station-
master, but please make sure he is real
It dead before you do so." In due time
back came the message: "Have buried
statlonmaster. Made sure he was dead
hy hitting him twice on the head with
A Firm Stand.
"Young ladies," said the presidentees
of Wassar college, severely, "it has come
to my knowledge that upper classwomen
hare refused to give recipes for making
fudge to lower classwomen. This most
be stopped. Hazing will positively not
he tolerated at this institution." Chi
It now appears that the recent mur
der of the five American missionaries
at Llenchou, China, was due to the' an
ti-American sentiment which exists
strongly In southern China. Two of
the missionaries, bride and groom, had
been on the field only three days.
Wolf in Town.
A girl aged five was seated on the
doorstep of her mother's home at Victor,
Col., the other day and was about to
eat a piece of bread and butter, covered
with sugar, when a large gray wolf
dashed up, snatched the bread out of
her hand and went off with it.
According to E. B. Osborne, who lec
tured recently at the Royal Colonial In
stitute, Londen, Canada's immigrants
are "best in the following order: Scots
men, Americans, Englishmen, Scandi
navians, Germans and Doukhobora.
A high honor has been paid hy the
British government in India to an Amer
ican missionary, Rev. Dr. J. C. B. Swing;
of Lahore, in making him chairman of
the relief work among the sufferers from
the recent earthquakes.
Long Time in Debt;
An English debtor has been allowed
to payoff a debt of about 80 at the rate
of one penny a month. It will require
209 years to complete the payments.
The sum was due a moneylender, which
explains the decision.
Babies arrived last Good, Friday in
the homes of twin sisters, living within
a block of each other on Colgan street,
Louisville, Ky. There was but 58 min
utes difference in the time of the births.
San on Suicides.
In view of the frequency of suicide at
Dover, England, the local clergy have
agreed not to use the prayer book order
of .burial at the funerals of those who
have taken their own lives.
All that is best
you will find in
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