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I I Mr. Barnes,
H Archibald Clavtring Gutter
Mr. Barnes of New York
Author of "Mr. Barnes of New York."
"Mr. P..itrr of Taaaa."
H "Than Froawknu.it." Etc.
Oopj . ighl. igpr. ihmki aM 4 Co.. N. Y.
Burton II Mimics. u wealth v American
tnurlriK I 'oral, a, reirun tit, v Kim
lluli lieutenant. Kdwnrd flerurd Atisti-utli-
er. and bin t'urslcan bride Manna,
dmiRliliT of Hi. Paotta, rr.iin Hi.- linn
dermis vendetta. underatandliiK H'' hl
reward li .,- ii,,. hand nf :in irl i--
w Wives. Knld AnatruUier, sister ,,f Hi- Kim-
llah llsutcna.nl The four fly fi-.nn
elo l Marseilles an Ixmnl (lie Kr.-n, h
steamer t'oinUntitlnc Tli vendetta put
ailes ,m. mm lh,. ijunili-l nr.- iil,.nl In
POovrd llir Haiti f,.r London nl Miiih.-III.-b.
efnnua Is handed a mysterious nut,'
which niiim.j her lo collapse aii.l
tales a postponement nf tin' Inurncy
Barnes and Knld up. mini i S...,n
after ili..i- wedding Bm'.ikh' hrid.- ll-
l. appears, Ilarnes dtse.n ,. . Ii.-im
been kl,lh.,.. , and ink, n in i'nrslca
The Krni.in secure a llsrdliK ,-m -I and
a alxmt I,, stnrl In pursuit ..f his bride's
-nptira when In- hoar i si r. am from
the villa and rushes Imi k In hear llint
Aastruther'a wli.-. Marina, l nlsn nnss
InaT. Haines la compelled in depart, fer
Corsica wlthoul delay, and no In- inn vcs
tlw search fnr Marina to her hualiand
while In- (joe to hunt fnr Knld Just be
fore Barnes' boat Innda nn t'orslcu's
shore Marina la discovered hldliiK In a
corner nf the vo.1,-1 Sin- explains her
action by saving; alii- haa come lo ludp
. Harnes r.-a, -tie Ida wife from the ('oral
. rana Itariie and Marina Inn i- nniiaiial
advcntincs In their search Cr Knld In
i ef-klnR shelter from a atnrm the couple
I enter a ln-i inltftKc and their to their
I amtiscm, nt they dtacov-r Ttunaaan. tin
L foster father of Mnrlna Tnmnaan learns
M that Matinii'ii htiabnnd did not kill her
IB atrothcr Miny wrongs are rlKhi.-.l Humes
r ta surprised In Hit- hermits-, i ): lilnl
; and Romano, the two detested bandits.
who have been searching fnr him In
murder hint for Ida money Tlie nan. lit
attempt to lake away Mnrlna llarm-a
I 4arta out the door. The bandlla atart In
pursue. I,, it as they reach tin- door i.,,ii,
are laid low hy Barnes' revolver. Anairu
tlier nrrl i- lo And Marina and lenrna that
nhe Itaa l..--n hired away by the telegram
which had been sent by another alllmut
hla knnl,.,lKi The two atart In search of
Marina Harnes and Kdwln lake different
roads In their search ESdaln l trapped
In a loner where he Is made prisoner In
endeavurlnK to escape he npena a trap
door where he finds Kmory, the detec
tlve. aim had been Imprlaun.-'l there pre
' vlouslv In another sei'ret , luuni.. i Ttt-
ssaaso la found Imprison.-,! Kdwln In
rllmblnit down a wall aees upon tin- portl
I ro of a farm house Marina and Count
Danclla aittlnft- and talkltm tiiKether
Barnea arrives and finds tin- hrulsv siik
areventlns his croaalnK ovri II.' hears
' th- voire of Marina crylnc foi men He
i rvaminea hla revolver Clpiiano lanelln
threatens to Maht a fuse that would blnw
p the tower anil kill her hushaud unless
Marina surrenders herself to hla paaslun.
Knrl. .. la ordered to lla-hi the fuse. Be
I fore lie . an apply the torch there ta a
' aliarp report and Ktiil.o falls ilead. Dan-
I atla attempta lo llatlit Hie fuse and meets
a similar fate Marina rescues the lm
j B-f-iaouf.t ,.nt'B from the towet The l.ri.lc-
r to swunr back and Barnes cnisses nver
b It Is learned that It waa his pistol slims
1 that killed Knrlco and Danella Enid
I who has been hunting Barnes, appears
1 and all art happily reunited
CHAPTER XVII. Continued.
I Barnes shepiahir niiiuertnK to
1 blmseir. "Our Brat row." follows hi
" wife inlu the ahrublasTV of the mt-
aadah where they are quite apart.
Tin- lady who waa iiilistltut.-.i for
I aae"' aaka lux bride hauKhtllv
1 "Salb IV.ickwoOd." ansai'is Burton
I "La licli. HJarkwooo" Good Heav-
I ens' What In might hor there" sudden
lair sprinKing up In Kntd's blue ayes,
j "8he said she came to Hik-okiiuiio to
' aae my life from the vendetta. You
I renienilH-r she had warned me before,
i the otbei ,-t-uinx in Nice
5 "Yec. 1 rt-inembor," she sighs; then
I adds more bright!, "1 rememiier also.
that you told Hi "
V She gazes at him anxiously, but
only for a moment the awful lines
about her husband's face proclaiming
his unremitting pursuit of her for I
threw merciless das and nights soft
ens Bald tender heart. She slips one
rounded ami aUmi his neck and whl
per "I shall neer questlou Mm
about this. If you feel you can kiss
I ate. Burton, klaa me!" and for this!
geu a kiss whoae longing ardoi
makes her blush.
"Ah thai, waa an honest husband's
hats, she says rapturously, and for
t tbe speech receive anothei that
snakes her tremble with )o.
Ranning to Marina, she cries:
Kant it waa that awful 1-a Belle
Black i Kid who wanted to save Hurt
"I am very glad ahe didn't want to
aave my husband's life." laughs Ma
rina "The superb Madame Blackwood."
c is Kodrigo Boneili. who with ex
cited . ''.uiiatlous has with his broth
cs been examining liaVaes shots, "has
receixed iu Kreal uncle's favor and is
statu' to hxiiiu- his spouse Let no
iaste mention hei name lightly
l he great han, ills bride half
"The wife of tbe grand Antonio!"
Aye and that Is rhj . must soon
take our leave Tomorrow i their
attptUtl da) In llocoguano "
Then Ibe ladies gel to diseasalng
this wondrous news, and Barnes, lead
i- sMwta aalde. whispers t. must
get the gilt out of here quick. If we
SaUBMsuae now, probably the expioatoa !
a4 tbe toaer and those bodies will he
attributed to the rto'ous Lurh.
The Aincilt -i'.n tone Is nwed, ho re
BatTtl Ihul till this last dire epi '
of Ills life, no human bnlnir h .d arer
fiilli'ii In his fatal pis-'ol.
"Hy Kdiii." r"'H.aiUs the detactlv.,
who l aiir,t with much ftRtln. com
lug out of the house, "there was a
fine supper for two it 1 1 nn there, with
whlto flowers and fhampai'.m'. 1 fin
I.Oicd It all.''
Marina m face flames. Hhe knows for
whom llm nuptial dinner was design
ed. and as Kdwln .-.iiwuis leaving,
cries: "Yes. quirk, from this awful
"You're quite rlitht -now Ret nwny
i smart -they may think it was bloody
Itallnns," obterves Kmory, and makes
j lllllisolf useful lnlpln the ladles down
j to the sea. lii which some itMp steps
on the fuitlier side of the cliff lead
Knmi a little Jetty Haines halls a
Ineit lli:it l-i appnietiilv In Waiting
from Hie llshlni; ragaejl To Hie captain
of the ciiifl Who Is In the boat's stern,
he cries "The I.iii-cIii-m-' are nuiklir:
t row nil :ili nr.-. the nnt. We must
I, i,. at niii-f "
"Yes. the rocks that fell about us
fioni Hie explosion inltl us that." an
swers the captain, anxious lo leave
this danneniiis ancliiirae lint as the
pit rt y board his hunt, he mutters:
fount CIpriaBO and his MphOWT"
"They are trying lo protect Ihelr
vines and crops from the 'l.ucehese.'
We are not to wait for them. You ro
iiiotitbiT. the count said a lady would
he mi board Your charter money."
"Oh. je- cries the captain, pocket
ing some bills, as his men row them
lo the fishing vessel, where he orders
his sails set.
Harnes tells the skipper to steer to
VlllcfraiK In- harbor As he turns away
Kmory adSM beside bun and whls-
On the tollowblg noon the. fuluce U
. aa 'tuned at Vlllefranche. As the party
j ..semtmrk ai. lhs pioUy landing atage,
Maud, running down the wtth greets
iboni with: "My, you are scarecrow!"
"Happy scarecrows!" cries Knld, a
Harnes tenderly lifts her from the
boat. Then they all go up to Lady
chart rls' villa, followed by old To
inasso. contentedly smoking a pipe,
, and Kmory in consultation with
Harnes and Kdwln as to silence In re
gard to the slain Danellas and bring
ing liiiiluini gBd the Seagull hack. In
he-,- parlor I bey are received with
many sighs by Lady Chartrla, who
says mournfully: "I'm going back to
London. Do you know that after that
- night you left, thai wretched Clpiiano
has never visited KM '
To avoid discussing Danella, Knld
I and Marina run upstairs to get on
civlllred clothes, the former say.
"Oh, mama." cries Maud breaking
Into the room with the Nice morning
paper in her hand, "that detective I
eating up everything In the house, and
old Tomnsso Is chuckling over this
telegram from Corsica: Salleetl. the i
vendetta man. Is defeated for the j
chamber of deputies' and here' bad I
news for you. Barnsey -La Hello'
BlaekWOOd is bte manled this morn
Ing In Hncngnann to the great bandit
Who kills so many, the one they call
"Hush, my child." shudders her
mother, "don't mention thnt horrible
"Oh. I can speak of her now. mania,
dear," remarks Maud. naively;
"Hlackey is now an honest wife."
"You bet Sally will make Honelll a
thoroughly honest wife." sneer
Harnes In a whisper to Kdwln. "No
flirt nt Ions glances at other mountain
ca allers, or the dagger In the back
From a Little Jetty. Barnes Hail a B, at
"This is the infernal felucca, in
whose hold 1 banged about from SL
The two Hellacoacla have assisted
ilic ladies to the deck.
NOW, gentlemen." asks Barnea ot
i he wiling bandits, what can I do for
ou for bringing me my wife?"
You can give us the pistol that
make Incredible shots," answers one
of the young men
"B them we will kill many
gendarmes." whispers the other.
"Sorry for the gendarmes, but the
pistols go." laughs Harnes. and paaaea
his weaams to these nice young band
it, who. after kissing the ladies'
hand, take their leave with many
words of gratitude and thank.
"1 fear I'm leaving murder behind
me." slgbs the American.
"Yea. nothing will cure this country
but half a dozen railroads." remarks ;
the detective. "Then you're able to get
about and handcuff a man."
The esse! Is aoon under way. leav
ing tbe Coraican coast The ladies.
..rn out with fatigue, are asleep In
the little cabin, where there is only
room for two.
A their husbands seated on the
an- .looking languidly their
cigar. Barnes whispers to Kdwln: "I
ratber imagine this vendetta Is aet
,u gad Marina Is again beloved
- ople of her couimune. and
a ill be honored wheu you go back
with hei to visit her etate."
"And the Danellas?"
"Oh. I dn t think there aill be
inn. li said about them. The Lucchee'
have been raising the devil in the laat
t.w days Anyway. Op had to be plant-
ad; he waa the dangerous one. he
waa the money of the affair You and
I will be now able to walk down Pic
cadilly or Fifth avenue and not squint
over our shoulders-and if our brides
disappear we'll seek for them at Oel
iiini''s or tbe Laugbatu. and not at
some Baxter stretH reudevous of the
Black Hand or some Whiiechapel
haunt of foreign alilallo gent leu. .
for both, biff! 1 reckon that klaa I
gave Sally the other night in Bocog
uano ia Sally s last outside kiss for a
deuced long t-t-tlme."
The carelesa words gurgle in hi
throat. Knld standing In the conserva
tory, dressed in some light white car-'
riage costume, looking like a fairy
bride, cries sweetly but possessively:
"Burton. I'm going to take you with
me Into Nice, shopping!"
"Oh. good 1-ord. now I know I'm
married." laughs Mr. Barnes.
"Oee, you'll never be married really
till you give me that bridesmaid pre
ent!" a)uts Maud savagely.
Kxqulsite blushes rise to Enid'a
Kight you are, Maudle." cries Mr.
Barnes excitedly. "We'll get you the
finest kind of gift this very morning."
"Oh. it must be something very
handsome." answer the bride en
thuiiaitlcaily. "We're going to be so
Burton leads his wife to the victoria,
put her carefully in. seata hlmaeif be
side her and saya caaually to l.ady
Chart ris, who has come to the door
with them- "By the bye, we shan't
be back for a week."
"Oh, mercy, 1 I have no baggage."
"Sent on ahead Torapaon "
Where are you r to take ma,
"To a nice little Swts canton where
tuare are plenty of mountain, but no
bandit or veudettaa. By the lord
Harry, I'm tired of taking aeparat
w.ddlng loors." he add savagely.
"Yes. Huronn." Hla beautiful wife
snuggles a little closer to the ardent
llainy-s. Then ahe starts up with a lit
tle scream a an old slipper thrown
by Maud uesrh knocks off her hat,
and Kdwln and Marina from the win
dow above are laughing and showering
rice and flower on hei
Tbe sun Is shining very brightly a
Mr. and Mrs. Barnes of New York
drive into Nice.
MINKS AND MINING
fjoorwa Wlngfleld and associates
have secured an option on the big
Nevada Hills property at Ffllrvlew,
I'ndei- the Plock-Wallop law passed
by the last leglsliiiiir.'. the famous
coiil camp at Hatina. Wyoming, will
soon be a dry town, as no new llipior
license will he Issued except in In
corporated towns of l:ie slate
lii ihe Black Hone mining district
nf Ncvadn. Hie Obana comimny Is sink
Ing a shaft, and at a depth of 100 feel
a six foot ledgo Is exposed, over two
feet of which gives average nssays of
84.4 ouncea silver and K 91 ounces gold
The .lack Pot Mining company,
whose property Is situated at Her
cules, In the Wonder mining district
of Nevada, Is to commence active
work within the next thirty days, and
a number of Improvoments will be
Ooldflold ha gone Cripple Creek.
Cojo . one better on gold production.
An official report of the April produc
tion of the mines of the Cripple Creek
Milton gives tiio total at $1,354,525.
(oldfleld produced during the same
period about $2,5:16,725.
John 1). ltyan. president of the In
ternaMonal Smelting and Heflnliu;
company, In nn Interview published in
a Denver newspaper, emphatically de
nlcs that any rate agreement has
lu-.-n entered Into between the Inter
national and American companies.
The great coul merger in the east
has bees, completed, five big companies
having been merged Into one. The com
panies have a enmbined cnpital stock
of I"?. 650.000, and own anil control
tOV.OOO acres of coal lands In Mary
land. West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
The old Highland Boy Smelter at
.Murray is being rapidly razed to the
gTVSBd by ItM big force of steel work
ers who ar" now on the Job. All the
steel la being shipped to Tooele as
fast as torn down, where the Interna
tional smelting plant is being erected.
A mill of '.'50 tons a day capacity Is
nearly ready to be placed In opera
tion at the Austin Manhattan Consoll
daicil mines, at Austin. Nevada. Kx
haustive tests show that the ore can
be milled for 11.40 a ton. The new
company has expended about $600,000
getting the mines ready for produc
tion Indicative of the present copper sit
uation, some figures on the recent
copper sales In the east will be of In
terest. Since May 1 there have been
j :l5.000,000 pounds of the red metal
sold, one firm alone selling about 80,
I 000.000 pounds, the average price re
ceived for which was 13 cents per
Lorenzo P. Cunningham, a negro
employe of the I'nlled States mint
at New Orleans. wa arrested as he
was exhibiting a real gold brick. Cun
ningham confessed that he had stolen
the gold In granulated form from the
separating division of the mint and
(hen moulded It into the oval shape
in which It was found.
The Golden Reef mining stock was
1 listed last week on the Salt Lake ex
change. Tin- company Is capitalized
for 500,000 shares of stock, par value
20 cents. Of the original 51,001) shares
of treasury stock. 26.ooti shares have
been sold. There is the sum of $2,100
In the treasury, and the debts of the
i company amount to $1,400.
Because of the demand of the west
and southwest for precious stones the
prices ot diamonds and pearl are lo
be increased soon. Prosperity In those
sections Is credited by the Maiden
Lane dealers with causing them to do
more than 100 per cent more business
j in precious stones last April than
during the same month lust year.
According to a-a.vers and others of
a mathematical turn of mind, ilie at
Unisphere in the building used at
Cauanea, Mexico, one night last week
as a theater, was worth nearly iu
000. A traveling Italian opera com
pany was billed for a performance,
and an old ore house, the largest
building In town, was fitted up for
the show. Before the performance
wa over the stamping of feet hy peo
ple In tbe audience had aet the gold
dual flying from the cracks ai:d
crevice of the old ore house. The
gold laden dust was so thick it made
The monthly statement of the Cop
per Producers' association for April
shows the stock of marketable copper
of all kinds on hand in the United
State April 1, 182,27!,902 pounds The
stock of surplus copper waa Increased
during the past month by 918,171
What haa turned out to be one of
the most severe accidents in the his
tory of the Consolidated MercurOold
Mines company at Merenr was that of
last week, when eight leaching tanks
settled to such an extent that their
valuable oonteiits were lost to the
Mluing companies operating In Ne
vada will not have to file or send to
stockholders their first report, a re
quired by the new "wildcat" bill, un
til June, 1910, according to an opinion
just written by K 0, Stoddard, at or
uey general of Nevada. In response to
For the lust lime since the severe
winter season Interfered with active
ore transportation, the leasers on the
Ruby Pioneer property tu Novadu have
found the roads In such shape that
shipments can begin again. Two ship
menta from leasers arrived In Salt
l-ako laat week.
The American smelter at Murray Is
gradually getting bark to It old form
UK tin The American employes ar
almost all hack In their old poslUona.
and the number of men working at
Ihe pt'int mi May 17 was placed at
The striking element, however,
l sitll active.
Governor Charles K. Hughes, of New
Yotk. has formally accepted an Invi
tation lo visit the Alaskn-Yukon-Paelflr
npoattoM. He will comelate In July
Of early In August.
Orvllle Kyle, who shot and killed
JOho Willies, manager of the Cow
Cri ok Sheep company, at Wamsutter.
Wyo , about three months agn. has
been convicted of murder In the sec
While engaged In mixing a flash
light preparation in his apartment In
a Butte h itel, C. A. Bousset of Seat
tie was terribly burned about Ihe face
and hands, as tbe result of the explo
sion of Ihe mixture.
The new plant of the Astoria and
Puget Sound Packing comimny, on
Chiickanut bay, ihree nillea south of
Helllngham. Wash . burned lust week
causing a loss of $50,000. The plant
was well Insured.
William McHregor, aged 28. a well
known young business man of Van
couver, H. C. met death while clean
ing n rifle which he did not know
was loaded. He was the son of a
prominent Insurance man.
John Kaln. aged 33, was killed at
Coldfleld, Nevada, in a runawav The
loam ran close to n trestle of the
Consolidated Mines companv mid one
of the t m bcrs mme Into contnci wit
Kain's head, fracturing his skull.
When the legislative committee that
Is Investigating slnte offices met at.
Olympla. Wash.. May 12. sealed
charges against State Land Commls
stoner K. W. Ross were tiled All the
stale offices are to ho investigated.
.1. K. Allen, who Is in a hospital at
Kly. Nevada, became suddenly buane,
broke a window pane and cut lii;
throat with the glass, also hacking
his body In a score of places. Al
though badly Injured, it Is believed
he will recover.
In the arrest at Reno. Nevada, of
Prank Webb, the police believe they
have secured the Hanimonlree livery
stable holdup desperado who reliev
ed A. L. Hammontree and M. Victor
of $85 and wantonly shot Jack Monroe
through 11 i b-rwels.
The state council of the KnlghtB ol
Columbus of Montana met at Butte,
May II. In annual session, State Dep
uty Jackson presiding. Official re
porta show a gain of 800 in member
ship during the yeur, the councils now
aggregating a total of 2,000.
The big Casino dunce hall at Tono
pall, one of the largest resorts of Its
kind In Nevada, and made famous at
the training place for Marvin Hari
Mike Schreck, Joe dans, Jack "Twin"
Sullivan and other prize fighters, was
partially destroyed by fire laat week.
Harry Beehe, a Iander, Wyo., cow
hoy with Buffalo Bill's show, died in
New York on May 14. from paralytic
rabies, a rare form of disease. Beehe's
great toe was severely bru sod
by being stepped on by a horse
ridden by a fellow cowhov Partial
paralysis developed and death fol
lowed. Charles L. Oustafson, an electri
cian, died at Anaconda. Mont., from
the effects of burning oil. Oustafson
was at work on a switchboard at. the
substation of the Washoe smelters
when a short circuit caused a blind
ing flash of electricity, exploding a
can of oil which the electrlcan bad
In his hands.
Officials of the state of Wyoming
are preparing elk hunters' licenses
as usual and will issue them to ap
plicants before and during the big
game hunting season next fall. The
technicality in the new game law.
which unintentionally forbids the
hunting of elk before 1912, will not
Broker C W. Cockrell, who had
been confined In jail at Butte two
weeks, because of inability to sat
isfy a Judgiueni had by A. W. Deu
vltt. has been discharged from custody
b Judge Meriornun of the state dis
trict court. An attempt was made,
under an old law to keep Cockerel!
Imprisoned for debt.
That William Garrison, whose body
was found near the river at Cheyenne
with a bullet hole through his head
and a revolver lying near by, was
murdered, is Indicated by further in
vestigatlon of the case. It was be
lieved at first that he had committed
A Are that started in the California
U-er hall at Rawhide, Nevada, at mid
night, which thresitened a repetition
of the disaster of last September
when the town was reduced to aa.iea.
was controlled after it had destroyed
the beer ball and several buildings
The postofflce ai Bremerton. Wash .
situated close to the Puget Sound
navy yard, was entered by profes
sional cracksmen, who drilled the safe
and took away It strong box con
tainlng $9,000 worth of stamps, a dia
mond ring valued at $250. and nearly
$200 In cash
Arthur Oeorge. a clerk, aged 40.
shot and killed his wife. Elizabeth, nt
her hotne In Brighton Beach, near
Seattle, and then, taking their two
children, boarded a street car and
went to police headquarters, where
he announced the crime and MtTssV
Surveyors moving mysteriously In
Cheyenne have resurrected the old re
port that the Burlington Is preparing
to make a construction dash through
the city, seizing a street or alley for
Its right of way. The I'nlon Pacific
has taken the report sufficiently se
rious to aet guards.
The Christian Endeavor organiza
tions and similar organizations or
Cheyenne have decided la join the
biMader organization of such societies
In Colorado and New Mexico, and It I
exH-ted that all siKh octeUea la
-tilTig aill also become affiliated
with this organisation
Ever Heard of Community Silver
It it the hihf it trade of silver platsd km.
ferki, toooai and fancy pin made in the worlo.
It is favastaed by the maaufatiortrs lo wir for I
twssty-five res, sod w back, this taartntco I
with oar owt. Wt carry all Ihe r-i.ltrai, dswa I
I the vary newest. I
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and dates for east and west bound ex
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For the N. K. A. convention at Den
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On May 29th all stations in Utah
will sell low round trip ticket to
Missouri river, Chicago, St. Iul8, etc.,
also on many other dates during the
The round trip to I-oa Angeles on
days especially suited for teachers go
ing on their vacation is $:10 00. Tick
ets also sold returning via San Fran
cisco and Portland, Ore., and good
for ocean trip to Portland Every
teacher In Vtah should call on th
nearest Salt Lake Route, agent for full
particulars or write to Kenneth C.
Kerr. D. P. A., Salt Ike City, who
will cheerfully give full Information. 1
"Step Along the fat li by Kath I
arine H. Newcomb, I one of the la- I
est publications from the press of the , I
Doturop. I.ee eV Shepard Co., of Bos- I
ton. In which are staled a few ptin-
ciples which are practical to those I
who desire to change from the emo- I
rional life to one that Is sane aad I
helpful. If they are willing to take I
the steps suggested, they win find I
something vital and worth while in I
every day. I
For Who Could Talk? I
And yet If all those who lived In I
glass houses refrained from throwing I
stones there would be practically no I
social conversation Puck. I
"A Manual of Amerloaa Literature" I
give a concise and vsry comprohen I
elve account of our literature from its I
beginning In roioulal time to the I
present Theodore Stanton, M. A . I
la the editor, aud with him have,
worked members of the faculty r I
Cornell university As a eompetidl I
ous reference book, aei urate In m I
ters of fact and thoroughly sound In I
scholarship or as a text for use lit I
colleges and high school. U should I
find a warm welcome Published by f
O. P. Putnam's Sons. New York. &
Esssntlai to Matrimony. I
The inhabitants of the (ireeu Island.
In the China sea. are largely engaged I
In diving for sponges. No girl there B
marries until h has shown skill In 1
bringing sponges from the depth. In B
some of the Islands the father of a E
marriageable daughter bestows her I
upon the ninst successful diver he
who can stay under water and bring I
up the biggest loud of sponges. BV
Woman's Life. - ' I
"The Philosophy of Srdf Help," by W
Stanton Davis Kirkhain, Is evWently
designed to show how, by training B
and use of the mind, It Is possible r,,. 1
every one lo secure at least a large I
measure of mental health and phy I
steal well being Mr Klikham'a work 8
distances Its competitors In the field 1
by combining certain qualities which sj I .
ar tbe condition of eroelleajes) and I
practical servlceahl.ness In th- fa
chosen sphere of this book; th Ideas H
are easily grasped aud put Into prac L
tire and ther. 1 an extraordinary In &
cldlty. directness, and vigor In stvle. r
struoture, and manner of presents- fc
tlon Published by Q. P. Putnam t
Son. New York. r
Result of Mine Pis Nightmare. I
After eating thre piece of mine B
pie, Albert Allen of Chicago went to g
sleep, and. dreaming that a man h
was gambling with was cheating, he 1
got his revolver. Intending to shoot I
the gambler, but Initead Bred a bulla! B
into hla wife' head B
Loquacious Briton. I
As a nalion and as Indlvduals we I
are suffering from acute verbosity. I
Everybody talks too much, say far I
mors than I necessary, aud a great R
deal more than Is wise. Lady' Pto 8
torlal Magazine, London.