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I TRACEDYAT THE
H Incurable Patient Kills One of
the Inmates and Seriously
H Injures Another.
B William Myers Rune Amuck at the
H Stnte Insane Asylum and Beats
H William Savage to Death With
B a Club, Besides Injuring
H William Dllle.
B I'rovo. Wllllnni Myers, 41 yearn ol
B ngc, committed lo tlio state ment-.r
B hospital from Pnngultch In 18SG, 1:111c.
H n follow pntlent Sumlay m-ciilni; by
H striking him over the hunl with n
H pleo of Bcnntllng. Tho dead man It
H William Snvnge, 111 years or age, com
H mltted from Murray In lSOO. William
H Dlllcy, a patient from Salt Lake, was
H also Btruck ami knocked down b
B Myers. Ho sustained a sovero Bcal.
H wound, hut his Injuries nro not fatal
B About G o'clock, ns tlio patients were
H leaving tho dining room, Myers bo
B cured tho stick from under n window
H frame, nnd ns Dlllcy was coming out
H of tho wash room ho felled him to the
B floor. Cluff, an attendant, heard the
H blow nnd cnltcd to Myers to stop, at
BB tho satno tlmo starting toward him
H At that moment Savngo stepped out
M from tho bath room, wheru he had
M been sent by Cluff, nnd was struck by
H Myers before Cluff could prevent him.
H Savago'a skull was crushed and ho
M died about two hours nftcr tho blow
BB waa struck.
B FOUND STARK AND STIFF.
B Three Victims of a Shooting Matinee
H at Lynnvllle, Ky.
M Mayflcld, Ky. A triple tragedy oc-
m ourrod Sunday night at Lynnvllle, this
H county. A visitor to tho wnrchouso
H owned by Mark Wilson, a prominent
H merchant, found tho proprietor, his
m brother, West Wilson, and Arthur
H West lying on tho Door, shot to death.
H ' i Revolvers wcro found bcsldo tho bod-
H les of Arthur West and West Wilson.
B Two citizens reported that thoy had
B been nt tho warehouso shortly beforo
B 7 o'clock Sunday night and loft trio
BM trio apparently on good terms, nl-
BJB though nil had been drinking. Tho
BJB supposition Is that West Wilso'h nnd
B Arthur West engaged In a shooting nr-
B fray, killing each other, nnd that one
BM of tho bullets struck Mark Wilson.
B TRADE WITH AUSTRALIA.
H Latest Reports Show a Remarkable
H Gain In Eleven Years.
H Washington. A roport mndo public
by tho department of commerces nnd
H labor says: Trado between tho Unit-
cd States nnd nritlsh Australia in the
B flscnl year 1905 aggregated $38,000,000,
BJBJ against $24,500,000 In tho preceding
B year nnd $14,000,000 In 1S95. Imports,
BJBJ from British Australia hnvo grown
B from $4,CCG,000 In 1S95 to $12,000,000
BJBJ In 1905, nnd exports thereto in the
B samo period from $9,000,000 to $2G,-
H Union Labor Bank Open.
Chicago. Tho Commonwealth Trust
. and Savings bnnk, Chicago's first
H union labor banking Institution,
H opened Its doors Saturday. Tho bank
B Is organized undor tho laws of Arizona
H and has an authorized capital of $2,-
B 000,000, divided Into shares of $5 each.
H Tho managing olflccrs of tho bank aro
H practical bankers nnd men of long ex-
H perlonco. Tho board of directors Is
H composed of men who aro prominent
H In the labor world.
H Vollva Is Cutting Salaries.
H Chicago. W. G. Vollva, tho present
B head of tho Christian Catholic church,
H Announced to his followers In Zlon
H City Sunday that between Jan. 15 and
H May 19 ho hnd reduced expenses In
H tho financial department of tho church
B from $9,800 per month to $3,832 per
MVH month. This Having, ho said, hnd
BHB been brought about by n reduction of
BHB i tho -working forco and a cut In tho
BHB ! salaries of thoso retained. In the
B i same manner, ho said, a saving had
BJjHj been mndo In tho cccloslastlcal do-
HJ partmcut thnt would amount to $70,-
BHB 000 annually.
H Hungarian Crisis Imminent.
H Vienna. A now Hungarian crisis Is
H Imminent, owing to tho rofusnl of Em
B peror Francis Joseph to npprovo the
1 Hungarian cabinet's demand for nn
B i autonomous Uungnrlnn tariff. The
B Austrian premier holds thnt an Indo
BBB pendent tariff Is Incompatible with
BJjHj tho common Austro-Hungnrlan cus
B toms area. Dr. Wckorlo, tho Hunga-
B rlan premier, has been to Vienna twlct
BBS ' In audience with his majesty, but the
B crown nnd tho council of minister
B have declared against tho Hungarian
H Jumped to Save Life and Was Instant
H Columbus, O. Charles Wcstlake ol
Nownrk, 0 a gradunto of Kenyon col
B logo, plunged headlong out of tho en-
H glno cab of n midnight oxpress on the
H D. & O. train at midnight Saturday,
H when, nftor opening tho door to fir;
H up, ho saw eomo excited pooplo flog-
H glug tho train ns it was rushing
H toward a brldgo cast of Cook's station
B near Washington court house. The
H brldgo was oa flro and tho train was
H stopped ntt l' Umo. Westlako was
" SUPREME COURT DECIDES
AGAINST SENATOR BURTON
Kansas Senator Again Convicted In
the Rlalto Grain Company Case,
and Will Probably Lose Seat
Washington. Tho supreme court ot
tho United Stntcs has rendered a de
cision In the caso or United States
Senator Ralph Hurton of Kansas. Tho
decision was against Hurton, affirm
ing tho decision of tho United States
circuit court for tho eastern district
ot Missouri, by which Hurton was sen
tenced to six months' Imprisonment. In
tho Jail of Iron county, Missouri, re
quired to pay a lino ot $2,500, nnd de
prived of tho right to hcrenfter hold
oinco under tho government.
Tho opinion was by Justice Harlan.
All of tho points mado In Hurton'.s In
tcrcst wcro overruled.
Senator Hurton was prosecuted on
tho chargo of violating Section 1782
of tho Revised 8tntutcs, which prohib
its senators and representatives from
receiving coniponsntlon for services
rendered beforo nny of tho govern
ment departments In any tnattor In
which tho government may bo Inter
ested. Ho was specifically charged
with accepting a' feo of $500 per
month for llvo months from tho Ulnlto
Grain & Securities, company of St.
Louis for services rendered that com
pany In an effort to provent tho issu
ance ot nn order by tlio postofflco de
partment prohibiting the uso of tho
ninlls by tho compnny.
ATTACKED BY MOORS.
Passengers Taken Off Steamer Flying
American Flag Near Melllla.
Molllln, Morocco. Tho stenmer Mn
nolltn, bound from Tctuan, Morocco,
for this port, nnd Mylng tho American
ling, has been attneked by Moors who
look nway somo of her passengers.
Tho Manolltu's machinery got out of
order nnd she was obliged to approach
ho coast. Whllo lying oft Ponon de
Vclcz, nbout half way between Tctuan
and Molllln, a number of Moorish Hah
crnien swnm off from tho Bhore nnd
boarded the Mnnollta, compelling her
crow to hand over to them n number
of Moorish passengers bolonglng to
tho Uenl Hnrraguol trlbo.
OGDEN HAS BIG FIRE.
About a Dozen Business Places Are
Destroyed by Flames.
Ogden, Utnh. Flro broke out In tho
Hurton Implement company's store,
Twenty-third street and Washington
avenue, shortly after 1 o'clock Tucs
dny morning, More than half of tho
entlro business block was destroyotl.
A stiff breczo was blowing from tho
east nnd sevornl times tho flninos were
carried across Washington nvenuo,
starting a series of small fires on tho
west sldo of tho street. Fireman Km
mett was caught underneath a falling
wall nnd badly Injured. Tho monotnry
loss Is estimated at from $250,000 to
Fire Walkers Have Close Call.
Hcrkeley, Cnl. An exhibition per
formance of tho rites of tho famous
pagan worship of flro practiced by tho
flro walkers of Tahiti, given In Herke
loy, almost ended in trngody. Two of
tho flro wnlkers, Prlost l'uhla Aplha
mils nnd his wife, nttemptcd to walk
with bare feet ncross a pit of whlto
hot stones, nround which were shoot
ing red snnrllng tongues of flame,
when their clothing caught flro and
both wero badly burned beforo being
rescued by tho spectators. Tho soles
of their foot showed no ovidenco of
tho wnlk over tho blazing pit, tho up
per portions of their bodies nlono be
MOST OF THEM DESERTED.
Imported Miners Refused to Take the
Steubenvlllo, O. Out of forty non
union miners brought In to work tho
Plum Run initios of tho United States
Coal company, only eight reached tho
mines, tho others being persuaded to
leavo or being frightened off by tho
Btrlkers' pickets. Tho miners aro ju
bilant over tho desertion by tho non
union men who Joined tho ranks ot
the strikers, claiming that matters
wcro misrepresented to them whon
thoy wero employed.
Shot at One Man and Killed Another.
Now Orleans, I.n. A. Cannlch, vlco
consul of Germany nt Ilocas del Toro,
Panama, nnd cashier or tho United
Stntcs Fruit company, was killed by a
native named Meier on Mny 12. Can
nlch was seated In u rcstnurant with
Consul Heckmnii and several gentle
men when Meier entered nnd without
warning opened flro. It Is claimed
Meier Intended to kill Heckman, but
missed him nnd shot Cannlch. Tho
murderer was nrrcstod.
NEBRASKA LAND FRAUDS.
Several Indictments Returned by Fed
eral Grand Jury.
Omaha, Tho fodorul grand Jury has
roturncd a number ot Indictments In
connection with tho alleged land
frauds in Cherry county nnd olsowhero
in Nebrnskn. Tho charges nro con
spiracy to obtnln government land
through fraudulent entries, suborna
tion of perjury nnd similar offenses.
Several of tho persons Indicted wero
In court when tho Jury roport was
It NAVAL BILL
After Two Weeks Debate the
Measure Carrying $94.-
764,000 Taken up.
The Proposition That Secretary of
Navy Could Go Into the Open Mar
ket for Chains, Anchors and
Cordage Is Defeated.
Washington. After two woolto' dc
liatc, the house on Thursday passed
the naval appropriation bill, carrying
Tho amendment providing that tho
sccretnry of tho navy could go Into
the open market and purchnso chains,
nnchors and cordage, should It bo dem
Diisirnted that thoy could bo had
cheaper In freo markets thnn thoy
could bo mado by tho government, waa
defeated by n vote of 188 to 129. By
the action of tho houso on tho Bccom.
amendment, upon which a scparaU
rote was demanded In conjunction
with iho nnvnl appropriation bill, a
4 per cent differential will bo al
lowed bidders from tho Pacific const.
Tho voto on this amendment was
very close, threo Republicans chang
ing from no to yes, Messrs. Haugcn
of Iowa, Thomas and Longworth.
FIRST GERMAN SENATOR.
Tho Late Carl Schurz, Born In Ger
many, Elected to Senate In 1869.
Now York. Carl Schurz, widely
known as a publicist, and former cab
Inot member, who died nt his homo in
this city on Mny 14, nnd was burled
on Thursday last, wns tho first German-born
citizen to bo elected to the
United Stntcs sonnto, being olected.ln
1SG9, from tho stnto of Missouri.
Mr. Schurz was 7G years of age,
having been bom In Cologno on
March 2, 1829. His rcsldonco horo
was nt 21 East Nlnoty-flrst street.
Forced to lleo from the lnnd of his
blrtl beforo ho had attained his ma
jority, Carl Schurz soon became, nnd
for moro thnn half a century remained,
one of tho striking figures In tho pub
lic llfo of tho lnnd of his ndoptlon.
Mr. Schurz retired from tho sonato
In 1875, Ho was one of tho organlzoro
of tho Llbernl pnrty In 1872, and pre
sided over tho convention at Cincin
nati which nomlnntod Horaco Greeley
Ho supported tho Nntlonnl Republi
can tlckot In 187G, nnd in tho year fol'
lowing becamo Secrotnry of tho In
terior in tho cabinet of President
At tho closo of his term of ofllco
ho camo to Now YorV and devoted
nearly nil tho remainder ot his long
llfo to edltorlnl nnd literary work.
Says Naturalization Law Is Looked
Upon as a Joke.
Washington. After tho passage of
Uio naval appropriation bill on Thurs
day tho houso mot Into commlttco ot
lho wholo to con3ldor the so-callod
pnturallzatlon bill, which has been
the continuing order for two months.
"Naturalization Is a fnrco In this
country," snld Mr. Hopburn of Iowa.
In fifty yenrs, ho Bald, ho had known
but ono refusnl on tho part of a Judgo
to nnturallzo an nllcn. "It Is n no
torious fact," remarked Mr. Hepburn,
"thnt courts admit mon as a mnttcr
of course. Thoy nro generally ndvlsod
that tho applicant Is not competent
for naturalization, but making cltlzons
goos on without hindrance. The nat
uralization law la looked upon as a
ATTEMPT TO ROB TREA8URY.
Soldiers In San Francisco Prevent
San Francisco. A daring attempt
to loot tho Unltod Stntos nub-treasury,
located on Commercial nnd Kearnoy
streets, wns foiled Thursday night by
eoldlcrs from company O ot tho
Eleventh Infantry. Tho soldiers wore
detnlled to gunrd Undo Sam's treas
ure box, and thoy claim that their flro
was roturncd by tho men who wore
attempting to loot tho safes In the
GIRL IS AVENGED.
Police Officer Who Maltreated Marie
Splrldonovo Is Assassinated,
jmboff, Itussln. Zhanort, a police
otllcor who participated In tho brutal
maltreatment of tho Mttrln Splrldono
vo, wns shot and killed on tho strcots
horo Thursday by an unknown person.
Tho nvongors of tho young revolution
ist recently meted out tho samo fato
at Hortsspgllebsk lo Abramoff, tho
cosrack olllcor who hoaatod of his
cruelty to her whllo sho was In prison.
Earthquake a Factor In Determining
Type of Canal.
Washington. That tho carthnuako
which destroyed San Francisco wns
an Important factor In dotormlnlng
(ho of tho sonata commlttco on
Intorocennlc canals In favor of a sea
level typo Is apparont from tho fact
that a featuro of tho majority roport
Is a discussion of tho offoct such an
oarthwavo might havo on locks and
dams. Tho majority roport In favor of
a Boa-lovol canal was submitted Thurs
day by Senator Klttrodgo.
THE EMPEROR Will. NOT
GRANT ALL DEMANDS
Partial Pardon for Political Offenders
Will be Granted, and the Other
Demands Will be Considered.
St. Petersburg. Tho past week
closed with susponso over what the
next few days will bring forth, but It
already Is certain thnt Emperor Nlch
olas and the government do not ro
gard tho address of the lower hous
In reply to tho speech from the throne
as nn ultlmntum beyond the demand
for amnesty, which tho emperor will
seek to satisfy. Partial pardon for po
lltlcal offenders will be granted, nnd
tho other demands of tho address w'l'
bo considered, declarations of opinion
upon which tho emperor Is not calico
to pass until thoy And expression by
Tho trip of President MouromtsolT
of tho lower houso to Poterhof, nH hnd
boon anticipated, waa productive ol
no changes in tho situation, although
tho leader of tho houso received the
utmost consideration and was singled
out by the emperor for Bpeclnl atten
tloos, the subject of tho nddress was
by tacit understanding, avoided. Mem
bore of tho cabinet who nttended the
gala luncheon, though greeting M
Mouromtseff with tho fullest cordial
Ity, also refrained from referring tc
Mason Says Dangerous Conditions Ex
ist In United States Navy.
Washington. "Should war break
out within tho next few years tht
condition of tho navy will bo such as
to lead to disaster." Such Is tho state
ment mado by Rear Admiral Mason,
chief of tho bureau of ordnance, nnvy
department, In n statement to tho sec
retary of tho navy, calling attention to
tho reduction n tho estimates of tho
bureau of ordinance mndo by tho de
partment and tho houso commlttco on
Admiral Mason shows that more
than $12,000,000 hn3 been cut out ot
the estimates and ho describes the
condition of tho bureau "as llttlo short
of desporato" for the coming year. He
says thcro Is not now nnd will not bo
any reservo ammunition avnllablo for
any of tho lmportnnt guns. It will be
nccossary probnbly to discontinue tnr
get practice, and now ships must be
sent Into commission without ammu
nition or ordnance stores.
MORE TROUBLE THREATENED.
Gunboats Ordered From Porto Rico to
Snn Juan, P. It. Tho United Stntcs
rovenuo cutter Algonquin has been or
dered to watch tho Monn Passage, th
channel between Santo Domingo nnc
Porto Itlco, and to search Mona Island
for Dominican revolutionists, who nrt
reported to havo left tho Danish Island
for St. Thomas recently for Santa Do
mlngo. Tho gunboats Nowport and
Nashville havo received orders to sail
for Santo Domingo.
Abuses of Memorial Day.
Washington. A circular has been
Issued by tho Commnnders' assocla
tlon ot tho department of the Potomac,
G. A. n calling attention to tho uses
and abuses of Memorial day and Invlt
lng nil thoso In sympathy with the
objects of tho day "to nbstaln from
demonstrations that wll dotract from
tho sacred memories that clustoi
around tho services of thoso whose
graves we strew with (lowers on that
ono day of tho year, which should be
glvon over to tho men that aufferod
that wo might bo a happy and prosper
Died to Save His Father.
Naples. Two deaths have been re
corded as a result of tho heavy rains
a man nnd a boy having been drowned
Tho boy was 11 years old and the
child of a peasant. He bad been
warned to lly from tho danger, but
Insisted upon rushing In tho direction
ot tho stream In nn effort to reach his
father, who was In tho torrent's patb
and unconscious ot his danger. The
boy succeeded In reaching his father
and both ran toward safety. Tho;
wcro, however, ovortaken by the
stream and swept downward.
Baseball In England.
London, Tho nritlsh Daseball asso
ciation, which wns formed hero last
month, formally opened tho season nl
tho Woolwich arsenal club Saturday.
A gamo was played by n picked team
from London nnd ono from Oxford
university. Tho Oxford team wn&
mado up exclusively of American
Rhodes scholars, and won by a scor6
of 19 to 7. Two thousand spectators
witnessed tho gamo and quickly
grasped Its liner points. Tho Impres
sion prevails that tho gamo will bo
come popular hero.
The Slmplon Tunnel Opened.
Domodossola, Italy, Tho Slmplon
tunnel was Inaugurated Saturday by
King Victor Emmnnuol, who loft bore
for Drlquo, on tho Swiss sldo of the
mountain. Tho roynl train passod
through tho twolvo miles of tunnel
drawn by n steam onglno, the electric
motors not being roady. On reaching
the rolddlo of tho tunnol, at a holght
ot 2,200 foot abovo tho sea levol, the
king wns heard to exclaim: "It Is a
sycloplc work, tho rosult of half a con
tury of study, seven yenro of iork and
the expenditure of nearly $15,(00,000."
JOHN HENRY II
AT THE THEATRE II
BY HUGH McHtJGH B
(George V. Hobnrt) H
TOU MB. H
I was down on tho card to lead n
lady friend of mine to a Now York
theater where you can roll around In
an orchestra chair at fifty cents a
When a guy can buy a couple of
ocsy-corners In a dead swell theater
for fifty cents por coze, ho's a mark
to blow four plunks to squeeze Into
ono of thoso joints where they feed
you on problem plays and frlcasscd
I figured It out that way, and stood
That evening finds mo In the pnrlor
ns usual. You know tho parlor I
mean. When a guy reaches that con
dition whoro ho gives himself tho
careful glance and says, "Geo! I got
to got shaved this evening!" you can
bet there's only, ono parlor In tho
world for him.
I'm sitting on the sofa with ono mitt
lying carelessly on tho family album
nnd tho other hunched around a 51.70
cane, when my lady friend IloatB Into
Thoro's a short-arm clinch, a break
away, nnd wo'ro back In our corners.
"Oh, John Henry!" says my Indy
friend, giving her real hnlr a couplo
of taps and glancing out In tho dining
room to seo If mother was rubbering.
I tell you, boys, It's aces when your
lady friend docs that after a short
clinch. There's nothing to It.
When n girl stamps her foot and
talks with a tobasco lisp and snys,
MUST QKT A SHAVE FOR TO-NIOHT.
"How dnro you kiss mo, sir? You
aro Impertinent, sir!" it's a 30 to 1
shot that Gusslo Gladtop, tho ribbon
clerk, who calls every Tuesday even
ing, first gavo her an excuse for writ
ing that ltberctto.
Anyway, after tho bell rings I says
to my lady friend, "If you'll tease a
trolley with mo, we'll bo on our way
tomorrow night to the theater!"
"Oh, how lovely!" aayB my lady
friend. "I do so lovo to go to tho
theater. Where shall wo go? Oh I
I know! Let's go and seo Sara Bern
hardt! I'm JUBt dying to seo hor!"
Up and away to tho mines! Sarah
Bernhardt at Ave plunks a chair and
mo scratching gravol to get my laun
dry back from forolgn lands of a Sat
"I'm just dying to seo Sara!"
Bays tho Sweetest Thing Ever, and I'd
bo a small bunch of parsnips if I
hadn't volunteered In tho llfo-savlng
ecrvlco then and thcro.
"Yes," i Bnys to my lady frlond, "I
thought you'd ltko to seo Bernhardt!"
and all tho time I'm giving this glad
speech I'm going down v.io lino mon
tally to seo who will glvo mo quick
action on a steam-heated touch.
Anyway, nftor a Laborod Conversa
tion with a friend, I'm holped to tho
price next dny, and I patter away for
tho pnstoboards. My lady friend togs
out In hor revelry rags, nnd I'm some
what of a Hlg Evont myself when wo
slldo Into the Gold-Bond building and
reach out for Ton-Dollars' worth of
amusement, hot off tho griddle.
"Morcy mo!" says my lndy friend,
after thu curtain has been up n while,
"what nro thoy talking about? I
can't understand a worn! '
I'm sitting there holding the funornl
ecrvlces over my ton plunks, so I'm
not wlso to whnt'B doing on tho stage.
"What's tho matter?" I says.
"Listen!" Bays Clara Jane.
I listened. In a minute I was noxL
Tho trackwalkers on tho stngo wero
talking Dago! Dago, mind you!
nnd mo Just aftor putting on mourn
ing for my ton plunks!
"Oh! thoy're doing tho trick In
French," I says, off-hand, Just as
though I paid my car-fare In French
Say! I don't know onough about
French to And Paris on tho map
honest, that's straight! But I'm think-
.ng of my dear departed ten, so I B
makes tho play! B
"What nro they saying now?" says H
the Proposition In Peaches. H
Right there was where I fell In tho B
"Bon grc dc la tour be eu!" I B
says, handing her tho hottest accent B
thnt was ever turned loose. MB
"Oh, John Henry!" Bays my lady Bmf
friend. "Why, I didn't know you BB
could speak French! How lovely! BH
What does It mean In English?" H
It was up to mo to niako good. B
"It means," I says, "that Sara is B
handing a call-down to tho old guy BH
that looks like a cheeso sandwich. Sho BH
says to him, 'See here! you've got H
another bun on! How dnro you trail BH
Into my flat with your tldo high , H
enough to float a battleship?'" ' H
"That doesn't sound very poctlcpl," H
snys tho Extreme Limit. H
"It Isn't poetical," I says, "but It's H
tho goods, nil right. 'Bon grc,' that's H
French for a bun, and 'do la tour' H
means tlio rest." H
That wns where I caught step with M
my finish. M
I hnd to translnto everything thnt M
was said on tho stage, nnd I couldn't B
oven pronounce the mimo of the plcco H
they were playing. BJ
All I could do was to remember H
somo of tho swell Ianguago I had B
heard at other play joints, nnd I M
rushed them nt my lady friend so fnst M
that sho hadn't time to dccldo that M
I ought to bo on my wny to a foolish, M
When Bernhardt addressed a lot of BJ
French supers I used up a bunch ot H
tlckle-your-fancy lnngungo tiiat May tA
Irwin hands to her rlb-rnckcd audi- VA1
ences, nnd my lndy friend stood for 1L IBs
When Coquelln pushed out his chest BV
nnd Jawed every ono in sight, I threw B
my wholo soul Into tho translation, HVJ
and handed my lady friend a line of BBi
talk that I heard In a burlcsquo at H
"Tho New York." Coquelln mndo an, M
awful hit with my lady friend. It H . M
could havo remembered moro of thoso H
good things Coquolin would havo H
been aces with hor over after. H
Beforo tho first act was over I had H
Sara talking about a Buro cure for H
rheumatism that I rend In nn almanac, H
and I hnd Coquelln reciting tho H
"Chargo ot the Light Brigade." M
It was a hot evening for me! H
Uoforo tho second act was halt H
through I went off my dip. I was
nutty from pit to dome. I had enough BJ
bum French in my topknot to start M
ono of thoso slt-bnck-hold-tlght tabic. M
d'hoto places, with wlno at 40c. a M
It was fierce. M
Hut It was all oft when I put Sara H
Into Mother Gooso. That was tho H
last camol. My lndy friend wouldn't M
stnnd for It when I told hor that Hem-
hardt was saying "Old Mother Hub- VJ
bard, sho went to tho cupboard." Sho jH
thought I wns stringing her. I guoss BJ
I told her thnt tho French had gono M
to my head. Clara Jane said I looked H
palo, and hadn't wo bettor go home;
sho hnd onough. nny wny! BJ
I'll hot sho hnd. I'll bet four dol- H
lars my lady friend had the worst 1 fl
play, bar none, that wns over adapted T H
from the French. That's what sho U
had, and I had such a headacho! 1
After we paddled off homo my lady
frlond said sho didn't exactly under- l
stand tho plot of the play, but sho'd fll
bo glad If I got tho book and read thp BJj
rest ot It to her. BDJ
Mo! off to the woods! Mo! to 11
tho tall timber till she wakes up! No UH
moro glad tidings from tho French IB
for mo. My lady friend is tho Wholo nil
Output, but Bho'U havo to get out ot H
her trnnco and take mo without H
mayonnalso dressing, BH
I was a lobster to Bit In tho game, ffsfl
but I'm not pato do foio gras enough IB
to stay thoro after my feet get cold. IWJJ
Yours, on tho griddle, HHI
JOHN IIKNIIY. MB
(CopyrlEht, 1901, by O. W. Dillingham Co ) H
Mission Work in Africa. HV
A remarkable letter of thanks wns re-
ceived recently by the directors of tlm
l,ondon Missionary society, from Iho
Christian community at BethelBdorp, VJJ
Capo Colony, for tho rcsullH of mission- VJJ
nry work In that district. Slnco Dr. Van- H
dorkomp wns sent to preach tho gospel VA
there In 1805, a century has passed. Ml
This was the beginning of work which I1VJ
has now dovoloped Into 120 Indopondbnt ) Ymm
churches, or branch churches In Cape, rill
Colony, with 10,000 communlcantB and, KB
32,000 adherents, all of which owo their SB
existence to tho efforts of tho society HI
besides tho generations of bellovcrs who' IB
havo passed away in tho menntims, jB
Its Turn. HJ
"Yes, sho's pretty. Her noso a B
slightly or retrousse, Is It not?" H
"Oh, yes; she has what wo call tho 1
stockyards none." Chicago Trlbua. M