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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL. THURSDAY, JANUARY 21 . Ifl03.
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IMItorlnl nml Sexlcty
rATi:ilN OPPHT-Tl Trllume building.
New Voi I: V Wnul Damon, I.unnger.
ISriJItN (H'l'ICi:-107 Dcur'iurn sticot.
Ileom I).', Chlmgo, 111. Horace M. Cord.
only one. If the popnhr feeling in his
behalf la strong uml demonstrative
enough to wipe out till other considers
tlons he will be PclTer'i successor. Other'
wise the Atchison Btatcrninn's Bcmttoilnl
cntccr Is ptobiblv nt ntt nnl.
A lAHDV ACKMIW.l:ll(llt:NT.
The unnftlclnl threats ot retaliation
ng.tlnst Germany for the exclusion of
Atnetlcrtn meats from tlint cmtntiy hav
lug failed to lmpre3 Httropcntt countries
with the decree of fetr anticipated bv
the ndmlnlsltntlnn, Clmltmtiu Wll-nn
got his Instructions tn wipe out th 1-10
dlfrereiltl.it sugar duty. That, In brief,
In nil the explanation neoeMnrv for the
bill reported to Hie house by the wnjs
nml means committee.
So far an It goes It Is on the rlRht
line, but It M icnlly but n lutlNw.iy enn
ceptlfln of the rent irrievunee hleli not
only Oermnny but other nuropenn coun-
mtich ixiiut)fe in combating rinsrriiu
and rliMioii cilmea. Jt lui) not be n
per.'et ln-i Pi nil respri l. but It Unlit
be rrnjf mbei Ml Hint those encased in lt
IdepHiiili.n Imct it) lake Into nceount
runny thin wlilrli they wouhi gtadls
Ihhp t nlde If practicable.
The J..urinl lielleei the bill to l Ihe
best of ill so fnr btotiRht forward, ntid
It rertnllil) Unf tlili In Us fiuor, tint
It lias been iirep.it od with r;t enter tare
tlmn ntn other. And It It nlso true Mint
those who were eiiRnRPtt lu the work
mode it n special point to rieato n meas
ure RRnlnst whlrli could be thrown no
honest paftlinn objection.
t'OLinis am) iititM:os
There la a ilirrcrehcc between maUltiR
a business or r-ollttri nnd ninklnff ill-
ties a matter or business, lu mnlcltiR ft
business of polities the pirty In power
forRot thell dtit to tlio business Inter-
ttic" lme. nnd upon whloh they linve ?t or the country.
AT 'lilt: ItlliVTIJItS.
The lendliiR (liaimtP- ridit of the
inmliiR week will be the ptiKflRrinetil at
the l.Mles of JIIss Cnirle Tiirtier nod
one of the best mip i tinir compttilea
nuniHinced for the lot.il st ijce this sea
mi Mls Turner Is one of the fo.Tmot
or Ametlenn netres s, nlthnURh she Is
not well known hrre, not liavlnc nt
penred In thh, Clt) since rhe pln.eil nt
the tlllllcs some fMen venrs oro lu
-j-innimw or n Ore it, CIU." Since then
she has achieved dlstln tlon In her etc
niinn i f such loleM nr IJlnnn In "I'nul
Kniixnr." the title put of ".Vlobe" and
Alr t-nstlnke Dm pel The comltiR en
juiKcmptit Is of specHl lniporlnnee, for
the lenson that It will mntk the first
-MiT-ncan production of a new pliy by
Sutton A nne, entitled "I'tldcf Compul
sion Tills tilnv lm been tnvtitliemt
A MONETARY COMMISSION,
11 .Vl()lt SMITH Tlll.NKS DM! vlKtt'l.l)
111' AI'I'OtMllI) AT IM'i:.
Ilrttnl.nit All 1 tilt Ti In tlip Drmorruy
cIvIiir the llimnrhil Miutille llelf
rliiR eii .Matter In the limine
iifksi .vgbms unmmi n rs'iss mr,
V.1slllnl;toll, Jnn S3 Weather forecast'
Tor Mleouri: Ccnernll) fair, col lcr.
In southern portion, north winds.
Kor Oklahom i nnd Indian Territory:
Kilr; colder, followed bj w .inner In west
ern portion, northeil) winds, becoming
l'or Kansas: Talr, wnrmer, east winds
David D. Hill Is a free colnape man,
but he doesn't work at It duilng busi
The administration's forclpn policy lr
so forelcn that Its patriotic features me
out of slRht.
Mr. Plnlt doesn't sptm to be bosslns
the present .Vew York leRlslature to nn
The encouraRlns thins In regard to
the pre-ent congress s that Its terminal
facilities are definite and sure.
XothlnR has been heard flora Mr.
Fprlnger lntelv, but it Is safe to assume
that he still takes a cheeiful view.
When a Chinese soldier Is promoted to
the rank of penernl his shirt collar im
medlatelj begins to Rive him trouble
Senator Quay might as well open up
on that unabridged hrerch and let the
senate doze nvvny the test of the session
The report that the Japs have lost 3J0
men Indicates that there have been some
battles wo did not hear of In this coun
try. While the president Is about It, he
might order a gunboat to ISrookljn to
protect American Interests In that vil
lage. Senator I'effer will welcome Senator
Ilaket vvlth as much cordiality as he can
muster for a man who hasn't a whisker
to his chin.
The onlj Inducement to the Democrats
to nominate Cleveland for another term
Is that ho might get a defeat commen
surate with his deserts.
Mr Tillman will notice that Senator
I-cdge und Congressman iiouielle are
doing fairly good v. oik at sticking pltch
foiks Into Cleveland's fat ribs.
When Hmperor William said America
was beating Gprmanv in more wavs
than one he was, not referring specially
to American statesmanship
The American manufacturers In na
tional convention tell the country, In ef
fect, that the soonci it can get back to
rtepubllcan rule the better off It will be
The name hiving ben selected for the
new convention hill, nil that romilns to
be done now Is to rn,so th necessary
inntis, procure n site and ciect the build
ing The Trench racialists propose to perse
cute the nw pre-ldcnt Just r.s they did
the old nsp M Tame should endeavor to
get a Grover Cleveland veneer ou his
Kien In Kansas City tho Chinamen
rro not epmpt from piylng peace In
demnlt) Kver laundii man who doesn't
come up with his license tax is arrested
Tho Turks nro said to bo lu possesion
of the Armenian passes. Kansas Popu
lists, who line Just been depilvert of
their passes will have n deep bymiathy
'or he Armenians.
A lew ror.set factory has been started
i irora, III, Tho anti-corset move
n ' llko the nntl-clgarpttc movement,
' 'fly notable for tho great work It
'" Cleveland gave a new photograph
o. i. rstlf to caeh of her Intlmato
frlTd as a ClirUimm pipsent. Tho
prf Id k continues tn gvo negatives to
raw of hs v.-nuid-ba friends
"I's1 i-'im" Is all right, ft sounds
enough like Coliseum tn be easily assim
ilated Into our vocabulary. Jlj the time
tho building Is rrected the city wjll ba
quite familiar with tho name.
The tcsolutlons adopted by he nation
al convention of American manufnctui
ers may bo biunmarlzed to mean that
tho country mitdo the mistake of Its llfo
when It placed the Democratic party In
A coroner's Jurj u Alabama found
that ,i man who was shot and killed
while runnnlns from an otneer came to
hi3 death b fulllim and breaking bis
nek. Now Oileuns will have to look to
Jier lam els.
tmdoubtedl.v based their net of eelu
There Is something of greater Impor
tance still thit will probably have to be
considered before the disrupted trade
lelntlotm will bo fullv icstoretl to foimer
conditions. The unprecedented nnd un
warranted nbtogatlon of the Irattv
which established reciprocal relations of
such vnt benefit to a friendly cotlntiv
was nn affront not soon to bo forgotten.
The re-ennrtment of the reclpioclly
law Is Ihe onlv sulllelent lemodv within
the I each of Mr, WINon nnd hl asxo-
elite blundereis, The 1-10 additional
dttlv on sugar Is In ltelf nn lnslBnlrt
cint matter. It will neither make n for
tune for tlio sugar trust, till the de
pleted vaults of the nation il tienstity
nor cilpp.'e the sugar Interests of Ger
many. In that disci Imlnntlng dutv, of
ltelf, there would be little warrant for
the measuies of ictallntlon adopted by
the sugar countries.
The embargo against Amerlcin meat
products Is but a lcestabllsliment of
regulations that existed prior to the
passage of the McKlnlev law nnd the
"Ignlng of the lcclprocltv agreements.
Dven then It wis only by the Intelligent
nnd niduous erforts of Secretary Ituk
backed up bj Piesldtnt Harrison and
Secietnrv P.lalne that the Geiman ports
won- opened to the undlciImlnitiiR ad
mlslon of our llvo ntock nnd mit
The ehinees are that wo shnll hive to
go light bacl: to that point In th" ac
knowledgment of our errors before se
ilotis attention will be given to appeals
for open trad" relations.
The tiouble 'vlth the soit of "'ats
men now on deck In nhaigo of our for
eign nrrnlrs Is that thev aio unable to
Use to the level of busings common
sense Their highest conception of
statesmanship Is pait spjlls and polit
ical revenge. Their fust aim on seeming
contiol of the government was to tear
down as much of the economic stiuctuic
of government elected b ' Ilepubllcans
ns was possible for them to do. They
expecttd that would satlsfv the popular
clamor which biought them Into olllce.
Thev never gave a seilous thought ns
to their Inability to leplace u single thing
disunited with something tint would
serve Its pui pose eiiuall) well The coun
tiy had been tununliig along In good
shape ror moie than thlit) .ve.iis while
their party was all the while piedictlng
disaster and destiuctlon Thej had
tomu to think that its institutions were
stiong enough to keep on tunning de
spite all that might be put in their way.
The are beginning to come to their
senses such as they have.
.Itnlti; Pl.NslON IMtAfllS.
The latest development In th" way of
pension fiauds is not a reflection upon
the old soldier, but on the pension otllce
ns conducted for the suppression of punt-ions.
The old soldier had nothing to
expect fiom the piesent administration
when It came Into power. Man of them
have simply got their deserts for voting
for the chnnge, but that has nuthinc to
do with outrages that lurve been perpe
trated by those who weio brought into
When Commissioner I.ochren was se
lected for the position he holds he had
the conlldence of a large clicle famil
iar with his teputation ns a Judicial ofll
cer, but tho ieadlness vlth which he
lent himself to tho demands of tho nar
row poltcv- laid down by his superiors
soon di"lpnted the hopes that his ap
pointment had Inspired
The rights of tho 14,000 Missouri mili
tiamen are no greater nor no less than
the rights of any other class who took
up arms for the prceivatlon ot tho
Union. When they offered their services
they did not ask If their act were In
strict accordance vvlth u. necesmy foi
mula. There was vvoik to bo done In the
name of the government and constitu
tion, nnd thev ret about doing It. Their
sei vices were recognized as thej should
have been, when necessary explana
tions hnd been given nnd tho teguUtlon
opposition of their old enemies had been
overcome. It Is late In tlio day for the
recognition to bo pot aside, and the
manner in which It was done has been
exposed as a plain fraud of tho pension
The wool glow eis of Ohio met In con-
veiitlon a tew das ngro and discussed
the conditions under which their Rreat
InilUstty hns berii prolnted. Thej de
cided that hereafter they would make
politics a matter of business, They will
vote for no mm for otllce who will not
protect the wool Rrowing Industry. They
do not believe they are icqulred by their
duty ns cltlrens to vote bteitl out of
their own mouths, money out of theli
own pockets and clothes olt the backs
or themselves nnd families that the foi
elgu laboier under free tiade laws may
be given vvoik, the forelRii wool grow
er may llnd heie n market for his
ptoduct, nnd the foielrn mnnufactuter
a nmtket far his waies That Is com
bining polltlis and business In a legiti
mate and pialsevvoithj fin m.
Theie will be no doubt hereafter as to
where the Ohio wool grower will be
found In Miner lili state or national
campaigns. And he la brand cnoURh to
know that protection tn the wool Indus
try means tho protection of nil other
Industries against Impoitntlons calcu
lited to Injuie the whole countrj more
than they will benellt It. Thnt Is what
the Kepubllc.in idea or protection means.
The wool men of Ohio arc not alone In
their determination to put a business
front upon their political actions from
this time on.
The lesolutlon introduced by Kopro
sentntlve Jiutler, of llombon count.v, to
Investigate Warden Chase of the peni
tential y, is timely. Chaso is a man on
whom nn investigation ought to stick
like u poious plartei.
"Is there to be no end to the blunder
ing over Hawaii ." asks the New York
AYoild. There is Cut the country will
have to levcise Its blunder of ISM be
fore niiMhing definite can be promised.
vvc oner jou this compromise
If vise, O woman, piove It;
At church Keep on oui lofty hat,
At theater remove It.
Lucion linker, the new Kunsas sena
tor, is not n mlllionalie, and he will not
be one when he lutlres fiom the senate.
lAiclen doesn't bMleve In the hlred-gltl
brand or statesmanship
"What pait of spo-ch Is advertise?"
Tho tiacher usKi.il the class;
And promptl) answered Johnny Wise,
"An 'iid' i ro, mu'um, I guess "
Perhaps after the administration has
exhausted its elforts to pass a currency
Mil that congiess doesn't want, It will
permit congress to pass one that the
Senator Grin's defense of the admlnis
tiatlon'i Hawaiian policy pioves him to
be one of the pale nrlety
KAJ.11S I KtlOItS AT I.AAMtlXCi:.
The Arc .Miilj l.iitcrtiilni it unit S!,n
All tlio Linus tn I lut (llv.
Lawience, Kiis , Jun. t'3 (Special ) About
IM members ot the Kansas IMltorlil Asso
ciation came to Law rence this morning on
nn txcuiilon arranged by the olllcers of
the asportation ns a part of the regular
pugi uiinie The membeis c line In on the
Santa IV e.ulv train, nml vveie met nt the
depot bj members of the local press, com
mittees from the CommenI.il Club, Kinsns
unlversiiv, and Superintendent J A. Swett
cf Haskell institute. Thej were escorted
thiougli the manufacturing district ot the
city nnd then tiken In carriages to Has
kell Institute, where, nt 11 o'clock, Super
intendent tfwott seived nn eleennt lunch
Tho afternoon was wpont nt Kansas uni
versity looking through tho shops, tho
museums, thu library and other buildings.
At ! o'clock a banquet was given the vlflt
ors in I.lbrnry bnll by tho memb-rs of
the Kansas university faculty nnd the citi
zens of the city. The editors left on the
evening- tr-ilns lor Topeki and their homes
in the different puts ot the state.
Washington, Jnn 13 Tha secretary of
tho Intel lor lias Issued a lequlslilon on tho
secretary of ihe tiei.sury for 51.'S73.0 lor
tho nuarteily pij-ment of ;i-nsioiis ns fol.
lows Toj.ol.a, Kns . si tuo.ofii), Inillnnniio
lls, 1ml JJTiWOOO. l'hlladelnh n S
Ttn:itr.'s mik'u iv -sin: .v.tiir.
The selection of "Pnllasoum" as the
name for Kansas Clt's convention hall
was a happy solution of the question, it
will remain a distinguishing title as
long as the building shnll stand, for Its
origin has tn do vvlth n distinctively lo
cal Institution of common Interest to tho
people of all tho terrltoiy within the
clrc!" of Kansas City Influence. And
now that tho name has been chosen the
leal work of providing for the construc
tion of tho building should bo 'taken up
with vigor. The pirn adopted for se
curing tho monej has the sanction of
ever) body who has taken part In ths
discussion of the hubjoct.
Hubscilptlons bhould bo solicited on
tho ono couMdciatlon of having n build
ing for the pm poses named. From first
to last the pioject should be kept tree
fiom entanglements foielgn to those
With tho plans of the building com
pleted and adopted, the one tern lining
point to be settltd bhould be tho belec
tlon of an available location as acces,-!.
bio as possible. Js'o Hast side. West side.
North side or South side should bu
Known In the matter, All hands should
pull fop the building as a Kunsas City
enterprise und subscriptions should bo
mado vvlth no strings tied to the
A ttensury ofllclal cotlinatrs that sthe
government's receipts for rcbiuarv viSli
equal the expenditure). The trouble by Its authots to embody the needed
ritoroi:i) i.i.i.ciions i. mv.
The bill for a new elections law for
Kansas City and St. I.oiils, which v.w
framed under tho direction of the com.
mltteu of safuty of this city, is believed
mat mo cattmites or treasuiy citllclals
jaieiy nave an turned out to be gues
xvork. and very wild guess vvoik at that,
Thoo is one thing that can overcome
e rreogtaphlcal objection to Mr, Jn
ilU" candidacy tv.o jears hcn;e, and
,v1 1 , frt !.-. n.....k ...
i"-'"!" w iim uiujn jiriiciicen un-
Jer WHICH the will of tho pcynle has
iVcti so long set nslde by unscrupulous
tfngs and their tools.
it Is In no sense a partisan measure.
Its provisions have been given nmtuio
consideration by men who bavs had
Sl,50,0ni, and f-oulsville, ').. l,O0O.60O
am, v::u .'nsMitriti,
Clinton Is having n rlege of measles.
Tho tax valuation of Chiton real estate
Increased an even Jioo.coo last yen.
It Is In prospect that the lllc'r line will
be completed to ISoHvar in tho spring
Hay Is bay this winter, but lis tons of it
vent up In smoke near Itleh Hill the other
.lopllo is promised nn Improvement In
tialn s-ivlce over the Gulf roid to Biloam
I'err)vllle has no desiro to grow out of
its clothe, and will voto on a proposition
to exfend tho clt) limits
Jiifk rabbits are getting so thick In Ver
non county that tho dogs are worn to el.ln
and bones chasing them.
Not to be behind In good deeds Dade
count) Ffiu a bountiful carload of supplies
to the Nebinslta. puffereis,
1'ros.peeioifi are quietly securing leases in
n.irton i omit) nntl will begin to bore for
petroleum In ihe eaily Bprlpg
The blgrfeit catch In tho Ojage this win
ter was a 173-pound catfish with u mouth
iiiuhhuiiiik uiuicin inches In the cleir.
ir tne reunions levlvnl In Tienton keeps
up awhile longer iheio will not be enough
sinners left In ihe town to nuke up a
game of high live
A Drunsvvlek sehoolm'am saved three
skateij from drowning by throwing them
n epd of her cloak bj which she pulled
them out of the water
Columbia Is rot to isrtnln that the leg.
Ulatlve i excursion was a safe Investment,
but will w-alt for fuuher developments
beforo making fai.es ovir It.
There Is no discount on Missouri climate,
taking tho seasons und the vnr n n,J
come and go, but the present winter has
thus far surpassed aj recoids. '
A LUfayetto county man Invested 23 cents
In a lallle and iln-w a mule. The other
members of the pool have no hick com
ing. for the) will nut i,nv m r,i . h
animal through the reuiulnder of the win
ter, Kdltor Chubbuek, uf tlie Klijder Optic,
tho victim of a uiuid.rou atsault by a
cowardly bully, Is sun onllnei) (o his bed
though nearly Urn week- have passed
since he received hu injuries, and It is not
at all ccnuln that he will recover,
There Is plent) of material among tho
old sinners of Cauhnge to emplo) tho
time of bam Jones from this tma until
pond lilies bloom ugalu but Sam has de
tided that he woull foonr-r tackle the Old
Scratch lu Joplin or tun bpriiiftleld.
successfully In I.ondnn and would have
beti necn In (his colllltiv befote tills
time linil Mr. Y.llin's Amnrlpnn i-rnro.
sentnllv o, Wllllntn Cibkr, been able to
sccuie the .services nf Miss Turner. Tho
eniittacts ami engngi ments of Ml Tur
nr were such tint she lolild not arcept
the pait until tho jenr IStl had ex
pired. Since the first of the present
vcar, she and her compati) have been
diligently engaged in ichcirslng the
hew play. It was nt Mr. Vane's speclol
leqtiest thit Miss Tinner was selected
to crente the role of Cm .ille In this collti
ttv. Jti. Calder Malms that it Is the
most pow et ful character ever attempted
by Miss Turner, and he predicts a great
pcrfoiimnte, Tint excellent actor,
Joseph H. Whiting, will have n part In
the new plnv exactlv Bulled to his tem
perament, and the other characters will
he In competent hands "I'nder Com-
iMiiiiiii win nr. produced on Thursdnv
night, and repented Pildiy and Sntui
da.v nights and nt the Saturday matinee
On Mondnv, Tuesda) mi I Wtdmsdnv
night-, with matinee Wednesday, the
"'" einipinv will nppenr In "The Crust
of Soclel)." In which .vlls Turner will
give her unnpproichnble Impcrsomtlon
of aire, Knstlokp Chopel In the com
pany are Joseph V Whiting. H. L.
uavenport. Kugene Ornnnde. Hetbeit
A) ling and Hleinor Carey, all people of
ie-putotloii nnd nrtlsts of attainment.
The salo w ,es t)l, morMinB-
Theie Is already much Interest In the
forthcoming appearance nt the Audi
tut linn of Hngenbeck's trained animal
show, which will bcRin next alonday
evening, with perfoimances evetv even
ing oi tne week and cvciv afternoon ex
cept aiond.i). It Is an exhibition that
appeals to all clases and ages, it is a
treat for tho children, and a lev elation
feu the parents, to see magnificent spec
imens of lions, tigers leopaid", bears,
as well ,.i3 monkevs, ponies, eb-phants,
horses, seils, birds and pigs pet form
startling feats with nlmnst lnim.-in in.
telllgi-nce. There is nothing In the two
hours' peifotmances Riven bv Hugen
beck thnt cm posslblj offend the most
exacting There Is no exhibition of bru
tullt), there Is no sawdust and no tnn
bark. but the entire exhibition Is clean.
There nie few shows tint hive been
witnessed by po man) pinminent men
and women, that have received such un
qualllled Indorsement. In New York.
Philadelphia and Washington, ns well
os in all laige cities in which Hngen
beck's tinined animals hue exhibited,
socio! v turned out In full foteo to wit
nes the perforin mces nf these beasts
It is to be hoped that Kuisus City wilt
extend the same cordial welcome to
these kings and queens nr the foiest nnd
Jungle- as has been nci.irded them evcrv
wheie. The Audltoiium Is being m
r.inged foi the reception ef the nnlmnls,
which will arrive on Sunday mottling
by a special train fiom St I,ouls, where
the.v aio exhibiting this week nt the
Ol.vmpie theater to puked houses Two
perfoimances aie to be given dillv at
2 15 and S p m The prices duiing
this engagement aie tn be 23 and TO
cents for the matlnei mil for tbo even
ing perfoi mancc prlci s are 23. 33,30 and 73
cents and ?1, with child! on nt half ptice.
Tito sab- of seats wi'l begin tills morn
ing nt tho box otllce md at Lcgg Uros'.
The Grand will 1 ive a sensational
feature next week It will be the melo
diama, "Tho Span i f Life." In which the
netolne escapes fmni innllclnuslv in
clined puisuers bv missing a chasm on
a human bridge firmed bv thiee men.
who suspend themselves ovoi thcnbvs
Tho feat Is a mirvelous one In Itsilf,
and with the tlnmatlc Interest which
attaches to It Is said to be one of the
most exciting pcif imnnces on the cui
lent stage The piece is said to be well
staged and strnnUv cast. It Is a popu
lai kind of pkiv in 1 will doubtless meet
with much favor
Spoiling people nnd many others ns
veil will iloubtl ss become Interested In
the engagement if lohn I, Sullivan, e
chnmplon pugllN-, at the Ninth Street
next week, beginning Suiula) afternoon.
Sullivan has a in w play called A Tiuc
After several weeks of closed doors the
Gtlllss will reopen next Sundav after
noon vvlth Sam Jack's Hxtiavngina
Company, which has Just finished a
prosperous tour of Cuba, Central Amer
ica nnd aiexko, in "The Hull Tighter"
This is said to bo tho biggest ptoductlon
Sam Jack has )et made. A leading
lenture will be elaborate living pictures,
presented for the first time in a preten
tious way In this city.
WaMilnglon, Jnn. 21 The credentials of
.Mr. .MeMlllln, of Michigan, for the term
beginning Mnrch I next, nnd of Mr. Har
rows, who succeeds to the unexpired term
of the late Senator BtocMir! Ige, were pie
sentcd to the senate to-dn).
.Mr. Palmer's resolution In reference to
bounty pn)-ments to .Missouri mllltl.a wis
A new and prnetlcnl turn to the tin
vnllnn subject wan given by Mr. Hale
(Jtep, ale.), who Inttoduccd nn amendment
to the diplomatic and consular bill provid
ing Joo.COO for the survey of a cable route
connecting the Hawaiian Islands with the
.Mr. Smith (Dem., N. J.) then had read a
bill which attracted much attention, it pro
vides for a non-partisan curreiuy commis
sion of twelve members to make luvestl
gallons or fiscal questions nnd for nn Isue
of bonds to produce revenues for the gov
ernment, ait. Smith said that he hnd hope I
to see some solution to the present ntr
rency emergcnc). He was convinced, how
ever, that so little time remained for lc,s.
billon that no bill would bo passed .it the
present session Piider the clrcuinstincps
he proposed this plan, which would set on
foot u full Investlgitlon with n view to se
curing the proper remedy. It was denia
ble to have a non-paitlsnn commission In
order that its work might commend Itself
to the new congress.
hcnatoi Smith's currency li provlls
tint the president shall apjiolnt four icm
mls.loneis from civil lire, no mot than
two of whom shall be membeis of th'- same
political party. The president nf th sen
ate s-h ill appoint four senators, n.i men
tion two of whom shall i)e members of
the same linrtv: Hie nuu, t ,, i
Is to deslgiintc four members under the
same conditions. The senator! and numb-re
chosen are to be me-r.bers of the nrtv
fourth congrts. Thes nre to b Miou-i
as the "monetary commission " u ,s made
the duty of the commission to take Into
consideration and to investigate thorough
all the various questions relating to the
currency ro far ns may be neces-an to
the citnbllshmcnt of n Judicious f)ste-n
or currency on a prm inrnt bi'K
The commission is empowered to visit
different portions or the countr) and make
to congress a nnal report of the i. suits of
Its Investigations together with such lec
ommenilatlons as It mav deem to the best
Interests of the countr) not liter than on
the second atondnv in He. .!,,., i, rr..
bill also authorizes the lsi e of $3Xi,rA) o
of .1 per cent bonds, rede-n ibl In gol 1 coin
nt the expiration or ten )eirs.
.Mr. htewnrt (Pop, Nev ) follow el air.
to the TOmmlttee on n-n) nnd means, air.
.MeMlllln, fiom Ihe itnjs nnd means com
mittee, reported a resolution calling on the
secrel-u-y of the treasury for the lost to
the United States of supporting a "kingly
government" In Samon,
The remnlndet of the dl) was devoted to
the const leratlon of the sundry civil ap
propriation bill rift) 'the piBPS of the ire
In the bill were disposed nf without amend
ment before adjournment at . p m.
atoitt: pay tot: i.mii.vn aiiiints.
Hrnnttir .tuttes Intrndiiers a lllll tn liicrrimn
Wnsllklctan. .ttn. 5.1 mt,eelnl V UAtiAtnr
Jones, of Arkana, appears to have a full
and nmple understanding with the scire
tary of the Interior nnd his own political
frlr-nuf and his telntlvcs In the Indian
service located nt BRcncles. He gave no
tice to-day of amendment to the general
Indian bill to raise the salaries of the
llftv-seven Indian .agents In the service.
The proposed Increase ranges from tM to
S7t the atiiounl of Increase In each case
being regulated by the consanguinity feat
ure, or the political pull of the agent In
Geotgla or Arkansas. Among other changes
are Ihe following!
Cheyenne ntul Arnp.ahoe agent. 2,0
Klov.i agent, B.IHnj usage agent, ll,W;
Pottawatomie and Ore it Mminlia agent,
$1,WJ, Poticn, Pawnee, Oloe and Ochlatid
agent, l,700; Iniipavv agent, I,C0i); Sac and
Pox agent, Jl.toO: Pnlon ngent. Jl.tW.
The object of this plan to Increase salnr
les may be better undei stood when It Is
charged that over 203 relatives ot the sec
retary and certain members of the enntn
and house committees have been lodged
somoivhero In the Indian service.
DllATII OP nn. JI'CUM.HY.
A 1 e idlng Phvsli lint nf tnilrpetldpiil e fur tl
(Ju irter of a t'entiir).
Indepeiidencc. Kas., Jan. 23 (Special)
Dr. W A. McCulley, for twontv-ilvc )eni-s
a leading physlcl tn nnd prominent cltlren
of this plaie, died last night after an 111
nrss of over a cni. Dr aicCullev was a
gredtinte of the Ohio aicdlcnl college, and
served as surgeon of the Slxtv-flfth Ohio
Inrmtry. While health olllcer ot the United
Slates army ho successfully treated the
)elow fever at Key West, Pit,, being him
self stricken bj the disease but recovered
and again volunteered his services In 3S7S,
during the terrible scourge nt aicmphls.
He leaves a wife ond two children.
.ML'r.nr.i: wtt.i. out.
VVItltiiin siiiuiiinii Arnstrd for Killing n
lib kor.v Cniintj .stierlff lu IK7 t.
Sedalln. .Mo, Jnn. 23 (Special.) The
she-tiff or Hlekor) county pissed through
the city to-day with William Shannon,
who was arrested In Iowa )estcrdav on the
ih uce ot killing the sheriff or Hlckorv
count), aio, lu August, 1S7I The prisoner
was given uvvny by a friend, who had
guarded the pectet of his hiding place for
the past twenty enrs.
aiother's blrthdavl What a flood
Of mernnr) It brings'
It soothes the heart and heals In part
hire's struggles nnd Its stings.
"Illessed be the tie that binds"
iiur moiiier s ne.irt Willi ours,
It helps Us bear the load of care
In sorrow s snddest hours.
A friend la something nil may have
u Wt but help e.a. ii other.
Hut friends are few who love to do
As much as God and mother.
Then let us lighten every step
And till he- heart with gladness!
And mnko c.acli d ly ii holiday,
A stranger to all smlnoes.
Captain A, 1'. Hansom.
Ilrolled thin ham. Poached eggs,
TH, Ti'", e C. C0,IC0,
Thin rolrt beef. Celery, olives.
,,, Soup with vegetables.
Thick broiled chops, with peas.
... , Salad.
wafers Club house cheese,
r.rown Hettv. hard sauce
mtii;r rums nv avihk.
Bmllh lt), ,.. . I ' .'.."""
, -,- ' "ih-iin-ni against any coin
missions or othci mean, of nv oiling dltect
action on the currency, air Stewart had
read an article fro-n the Cincinnati :.
qiilrer addressed dir-cMy to the secretary
of the treasur5 nnd r,rraU-nlng him for
preferring gold to slhei
Mr Jones (i)em. rk) added to the ir
w . A h" I'll'0" '"."."ni.. a bill
....,i..' V. uine-iis ieii in me Pi mice
A big benefit will bo given the local
painters' union. No I, nt the Gllllss
opein house the week of rebiuary 3,
beginning Sunday afternoon, tho attrac
tion being Vcinonn Jnibeau and her
comedy company Tickets are on k ile nt
the box olllce and can be secured from
membeis of tho union
The Alpha Mandolin Club will give a
concert this evening at Conservatory
hall, 1213 .Main stieet, nsslted by omo
of the best soloists of the city.
The IAht Concert Company will give
nn entcitnlnmeiit at 11 lies' hall, Twelfth
street and Potter road, this evening for
tho be-in lit of the organ fund of Hales
chapel The numbers will be. cnnttlb
uled by .Mrs. Hlla Hackus-Tiehr. air.
James aioodle, air. Trunk Gale and ailss
iinpitcntTKs o tiii: iimtinu
thieves on tbo I bin lletw-een Kane is nnd
tlio Tirrltnry hie il Ail) thing In Sight.
Poitland. Kns., Jan 23 (Speclol ) The
dopiedatlons committed on the state lino
between hue nnd the Inellan Tenltor) nre
growing worse A farmer by tho name of
Dm Jones last night, hearing a uolso at
his gran iry, i.ati out of Ids house and fouii 1
two wagons backed up to the doors of tho
gr.in.uy whllo they wore liolng loaded vvlth
sacks of wheat. Jones quickly give the
alarm to his neUhbois nnd chaso was given
to the thieves. Heine closely pursued they
left their wagons and mounting their horses
lied tu the s md hills below Arkansas Clt).
In the wagons weio fouivl thirty-one sacks
of wheat, llfucu empty tacks, a good over
coat, a but die of blankets, a number of
turke)s and a quantity or new carr.et nml
a inaulagu i-rttllcnte belonging to C. H.
Ingham and Poia n matter, all of which
had besn stolen In this vicinity. One of
the puisultig part). It. N, White, wtates
that the ihbves will not In all probability
bu caught, owing to the fastness of their
1)11 Will Seir Ipiinlioldt,
llllmlinl.U lno 1- .. u, i-s. -
f;iy liulo) reuelucl the pay ntuak In
bill- oil well pu tho Wilfemberg funu,
thtco miles fiom heic, at the depth of !)
fiet and obtained a good flowing well Th
coimaciorb suteccded In getting It shut in
lot the want of tankage. J'hlsfs the thud
producer of petroh mq ii"tlie vklnltl of
tho city of Humboldt, and shows at feast
u pool tit mi t illusion of the Southeast
Kunsas oil and gas Held to Allen lounty
I Ire 111 Piut l-lttburg, Km.
Pittsburg. Kas. Jan ''-(Special) At 3
o clock ihu tiioiiiltiR ths residence of
Jueub Hall. In J-ust Pittsburg, was de
stlo)ed b ilu Willi all Its contents. It Is
,h,'1ifsi " co !luwlig mutches caused
It'll to 'lax Heer.
Washington Jan. 2 -Senator Squire to.
i i1 iii utl1' us a fcubnttute for the free
f,?".1 ',,'i'. ""1 f?..!!"- nate by the house
em e7nT', "','?. M -fj",' '"M,i
. v, X V4 unjii y4 UW
e-ommlttee Its re , ding was followed w th
,1V. !iw;'nh!n .ttln!T t0 Ih- : eminence of
aii. Jones nddress'd .ho senate bilei'y
ml"led!"nK y bill he hl tuil
air. joaes p0,e of the coistnnt danger
nT, n , T',e".t,..1."-1" ?."-" bonis wuV:
: "". u.hki to fore m
and thus keep up , constant n t on
"I am not a believer In bonds," ,ie-
m?i ,rt-Vr- "CS' "but T "m "'"'"ff to s b.
mlt to bonds ns a mutter of necessity a,
onR as there Is coupled with It n -ens'lble
inmil), honest recognition of silver ir he
S5eiii.V?.IOUBho".t "Ie com,,rj '" '
or sincr Is pioperly lecognlzed then" I will
agree to the Issue or bonds nnd I will
agree to it under no other conditions."
f .nl,Jo,;i(r,m!k e,r mi"!
cm- tuiiiirc of the silver element to se
cure conceited action wns m ulo evident ns
M?"t.il . Jo", closl1 ''"' rcmniks, ,,s
Mr Stew ntt ngnln took tho Moor to nrgne
against the Jones bill iio !.,.,..
good motives of the senium, but urged the
bond ptovlsion wns a surrender to the
bunks and the gold power
Mr lturrows, nccompauled by a number
of bis old associates of the house, came
n nt this point and on motion of his col
league. ai.Mlllln, Mr lturrows was sworn
In as senator from Michigan
Mi George stated he hnd expected to
address further the senate on the Ha
wallnn question, but would present his re
marks nt a later da).
The .N-baraguii ennni bill was then taken
up and .Mr Turple lesumed his spee-ch
ngnlnst the measure air. Turple-s re
maiks b.eiime very personal at one- point
and he nrralgned .Mr .Morgan, who Is In
..... ui urn iiiii, ucing cnairimn of the
commltteo on foreign relations air Turple
declined he had long cherished the 1!S.
ion that this ehalrinnnslilp was of the loft.
, ' '"'". mm ii was untouched and
imdefileil bv modern delusions and com
monplace nsplrntlons Hut this Illusion was
dispelled and this lofty chairmanship had
disappeared llko a will o' the wisp la tho
mires of the San Juan air Tin pie pro
ceeded to un,o the proposed mortgage
proposed to be given to the company was
diaphanous and a mere pretense. The
fonatnr spoke of tho eanal company stock
as watered and that this whole project was
a combination or fraud and water"
Ml Turple heaped invectives ou the
bubble" mortgage nnd "snide" partnership
with the govcrnin"iit which he stated wiih
Involved In the eanal project. There wns
nn apostle surnnmed Peter, who had been
runonlud, Hut this Klcniagtm scheme, ho
declaicd, was an uttempt to enuontee a
new St. Peter tho Peter Punl; of legis
It wns the glorification of the Cheap
Johns of congressional work. At tho cIoho
of air. Turple's tenuirks the senate went
Into executive session and then, at t
Washington, Jun. 2J. A reply from Sc
rotar) Cai lisle to air. Dingle) 'n resolution
tailing for Information relative to the cf.
lecis oi tue inauguration ot the lit bring
st i regulations decided upon by the Pails
tribunal which wns laid beforo the houee
to-day drew from air Dlngey a statement
as to the sealeries situation. He declared
that Secretary Carlisle's resjionse showed
that tho Pails i epilations had been a Hat
filluro. Although tho government's les.
sees vvero allowed to take 2vV) male seals
from Ihe Islands they hod not been nbla to
tin! J6l), while tho Canadian pelaglo seal
ers Ii.td taken CO.OOO, mostly females, In
view of these facts, said air, Dlngley, Sec.
rutary CuilUlo concluded that within three
jears, llv a at the most, ir the destruction
went on, the Alaskan seal herds would be
exterminated. The treasmy would lose a
at sum of money and tho world uoui.i l.
deprived, of nn article of luxury nnd tonir
ion. .ur, wuisiey jiisisieu mat ureal jirlt
alii should be Immediately made acquainted
with the facts, She was vitally Inteusted,
Over W.CiOd Hngllshmen were emploed in
pressing, dyeing nnd luanufaclurhig seal
goods, und she should be asked to unite
for the protection of the herd. Congress
should take action before adjournment, as
tho pelagic sealers were to sail on their
voyages of extermination aiareh 1, and tJ).
0)0 seals, valued at JIO.OUO.OOO, would be at
When the facts were presenfed to Great
IJtllaln, air. Dlngley thought she would ba
moved to actloo,
air. Heed uske.1 If it was not true (he
Pnited States government was spending a
large sum of money to enable Canadian
seuiera lq no tntir vvoik more effectively
Jrenentvd a. bill vvbjtb. waa referred; j
Hrookl)n, Jnn. 23 Henry Ahns, who was
shot by the militia last night, died ut St
Mar) s hospital to-el ly,
HoKe Cltv, Id, Jan. 23 Oo ballot for
senntor to-dny Sweet lost two and Shoup
gained llosult: Sweet, 19; Shoup, 13
Neccss.ar) to choice, 2'.
Chicago, Jan 23 The Pullman quo w ir
lanto trial, which was to havo begun to
da, went over until Tuesda), because ot
the lllnes or the Pullman attorney.
The icrner stone ot a now aiasonlc tem
ple was lild In Detroit, ailch , yesterday
by tho grand master of the state, In the
presence of a largo ciowd. The building
will cost SJOO.OOt).
There was much rejoicing on the Chi
cago board of trade jesterda) when
It wns announced that Senitor
Washburn, of .Mlnnesotn, the antl-optlon-
isi, nan neen ueienten tor re-election
aicmphls, Tenn , Jnn. 23 Honnrd Jolly,
who was Indicted jesterday for embez
zlement of fund3 of the C O. &. S V
nnd Cotton Itelt rallwnvs, which he lepre
sentcd heie as agent, was released to-daj
on J3.000 ball.
Nashville, Tenn, Jan. 23 The senate
and house met In Joint session to-day
and voted ror Pnited Stntes senator Tho
vote stood Ishain G. Harris, Democint,
TO T- , do.., 1 T, 1.11 nn .
.Mills, I'opullst, 9, Mr. Harris being 10
elected. Dover, Del, Jan. 21. The tenth ballot
In the United States senatoiI.il light,
which was taken to-day, resulted as fol
lows. Hlgglns, 10, Wolcott, 7. Addlcks, C;
aias--e), 3, Tunnel, 1. Senators Watson.
Penlmore nnd Records, all Wolcott fol
low e is, were unseat.
Sacramento, Cal . Jan. 23 Tho assem
blv, bv a vote ot C7 to 9, to-day, adopted a
resolution demanding that congress de
fent any refunding scheme for the Pa
cific railroads and demnndlng the fore
closure of the government mortgages
against the railroads,
Augusta, Jan, 23 The Evening Chronicle.
Pnited States Senator Patrick Walsh's
paper, has suspended publication, nfter nn
existence of six weeks. It took the lTnliert
Pi ess report, nnd was started In opposi
tion to the Herald, which receives the As
sociated Ilrcss reports.
Springfield. Ill, Jan. 23 Shelby ai. Cul
lom, Itepuhllcnn, was to-day formally de
clared re-elected as United States senntor
In the Joint nssembl). Senator Ciillom de
livered a short address thanking the legis
lators and touching brlell) upon the rev
enue and currency situation.
Lincoln, Neb, Jnn. 23 Twelve carloads
of supplies arrived In Lincoln jesterday
frcin Georgia and were promptly dlstrlb-
uieu to various points In Southwestern
Nebraska Hlghteen cai loads of provi
sions from New Orleans and two from
South Carolina are reported on the wny
Tort Worth, Tex, Jan 23 At 3 o'clock
this moinlng lire broke out hi a liver)
stable on Husk street and burned a half
block of frame buildings. P.Ioien head ot
horses weie burned in the stable. The
brewery wns on tiro nt ono time, but naa
saved. Total loss, $20,000, no Insurance.
Denison, Tex, Jnn. 23 Governor aiose
1, of tho Chickasaw nation, has died ot
his home, lu Pontltoc county, Governor
aiosely was national Interpreter, district
Judge nnd superintendent of educational
matters for a number of )ears. He was
ono of tho strongest men tn tho tirrltory
to oppose statehood
Trenton, N. J.. Jan. 23 -The Joint meet
ing of the legislature for tho formal de
claring of the n-sult or esterday's ballot
ing for Pulled States senator was held at
noon to-day In the usscmbly chamber
President Stokes, who was made chair
man, declared that General Hnweii i,..-
Ing received a majority of the votes cast.
Una .llllir nlBi.lc.1 Tlnlla. Cntn.. . ' f
""" ...v.v.. w.i,,,.., oiaicq reuaior.
Port Townsenil, AVash , Jan, 21 p,x.
Pnited States Immigration luspectoi Thom
as .M, I'lsher v.as arrested last night by
Pnited States aiurshul lirldgos on a charge
of forgery, alleged to hive been commit
ted In Portland September C, 1S93. He Is
charged vvlth forging the Indorsement of
a Canadian custom oflklal to a check Is
sued by Collector of Customs Ta)loi of
Astoria, and collecting thereon J"!30.
Howling Green, Ky Jan. 23 I.eander
Sputt, of Dumore, Ky was knocked In tlio
head on a bridge near here last night and
robbed of hs money, overcoit, hat and
shoes, and thrown Into the river, Jle num.
aged to swm out. but his skull is
riushed and he will die. Ho came from
Nashville last night with u stranger, who
deco)ed him to the bridge and attempted
liU muider, Sputt Is now lng In a d)ing
condition at the station house,
San Pranclsco, Jan, 23 There Is n -.,,.
plete blockndo of the California ic Oie
gon rallwuy at Uppei Soda Springs, c'ul
above Dunsmur. The gieat a ai.tiidii of
snow, rocks and trees which came down
at that point on .Monday was supplement
ed by unother big slide jesterday, and
ouijeriuiejiiieni i unuuiu Buys it will luki-forty-clght
hours, at least, and possibly a
longer period to get the Shasta toute
Sacramento, Cal, Jan. 2J At noon to
day the two houses of thej legislature
met In Joint session. The speaker of the
house and the president of the senate de
clared that George C Pcikius had re
ceived a majority of the votes In each
house for senator, and was elected to nil
the unexpired teim of l.eland Stanford
dercaed. air. Perkins addressed tho joint
HAIIt OK OHA.-.d CI.IIH .VUDDDD Port
Nobodv ever tries to whisper In the
S,r,if.cKce, of, Q.uccn Victoria. It vvoikl not
m'e0 ncxlVo-o'nr !,C,lr P"" & in'
bv the tolSnr ,.,0f ," c n?"10" klowed
e-n-Vminn ,.illCMhlr JSlm I ranklln Arctic
i,;Hi , " ,wlq -MS- Osmer, whose hus
1 nil was pa) master of the Hiebus. She
died recently in London at the age of SO.
One need not "sleep cold" even In a cold
bedroom. The crocheted bod socks which
efrw C-S ,y '"a'lc 1,axc','x 'n0,t rcmarkablS
effect, not upon the feet nlone. but In
warming the whole body, prohahly on tho
lulnclple that one will' hot sufrer if the
niLarP,l!0r',,,'lv,n,'m A 'hlld who com
ri',Vn,K0 co1!' fpet B,,0Ul(1 always wear
these bed rocks at night.
air" SmVAerrsU"S''r"'t bSar that younR
The new girl "Whv not?"
.Miss Hystrung "Whv, he's posltlvelv
masculine In his wn)s."-ChIcago Record.
Cincinnati Tribune! Mrs A 'mii,.i .n.i
jour husband get jou for Chrlstmns?
-Mrs. n "Oh, some clgirettes. He bought
them at tho grocery store, dear, stupid
man; but I will hnvo to smoke them, I
supoose, or he will be ci)ing about It."
New York Press: "She Is stud) lng for a
profession, j on snV"
"Ves, thnt of i lecturer."
"An ideal profession. I should say; nt
leart for a woman. Nothing to do but
Soft wnnic Ono quait Hour, one-half
teasponurul silt, ono teaspoonrul sugni,
two table-spoonfuls good baking powder,
ono lingo tablPHiioanful butter, two eggs,
ono nnd one-half pints milk. Sift together
Hour, snlt, sugnr nnd poweler, tub In but
ter cold, ndd beaten eggs and milk: mix
into smooth, consistent bntter, that will
run caslv and limpid fioiq mouth of
pitcher Havo wnllle iron hot, nnd caieful
) greased each tlmo; fill two-thliels. closo
It up, when brown turn over. Sift sugar
w. ...Li.,, nutm ,iui
Philadelphia Press- I was pleased to sen
that one of the gieat dallies gave part of
an idltoil-il column and a gient deal of
wit and wisdom to the abuse of perfumes
of American women One can hnrdl) ovcr
5,ia,,,1tho n'mo"neo this practice causes
nJLliii0,,1,lB.ertJ,0,K0."mon eiovvds, as
ono Ih obliged to do In New- York, in gnliu.
almost anvwhore In sliops, lu elevated
,,?,.".! '.'! !'t.rCf',t Lnlfi- ut church, and
theater tho nil Is e-onsiantly poisoned for
somo peoplo by wafts of cheap scent fiom
women's garments Among thoso wt
i0"ir,'m,, i ''nblts of good society them
Is less likelihood of being so offeiuleil
rhoio was only one thing the w liter of
tho article in question failed to say thu
might havo helped to clinch his arguments
L'fft'.w1 ,h0 's'"1',o-rN " '"it tho use or
stiong or ovei powering peifuma nt oneo
betrnjs tho offender to bo outside the palo
if fashion: quite. s mm h so indeed, as
ar'the'tlieateT lla11" fentl.crs. worn
,i ii ri,v .,",::. i."s..''"..."" ." "B'or
inlnis a ... f ul V"s '" lionill. In Sotllo
cHni!- in I?1 ahil iwl,y .tl10 fasiilonables
ntiL ,Jh i !a no limncdlato danger
nnilte,,,iT.llK'"l01le,1.,l5' the low ei stratum.
icau's'o1, :lZ0J, ?..?V!-, "ut also
faiun'sYle" '''"'" are a lltt o vor'Tho
rantastlo weaves and squares of this win.
ter's lUslBi,,. nnd make onlv Stifllc cut to
f" .e.L.lh0..o.r''.'." of the big lmnor.1.2
!0- '."1 heso l.emses know B"S
i. i. '."" "l'ii'ious teni cue es of socleiv
with common sense; i ? " Is1 In' f nf "if1
whv VhV.vi,c.,!,s.J.0,,1!S. '!! wondering
teresied In what s , ' .ai.i1 r t,0J ! .',0.'"?. '.".:
? ..?ft-'! ." .'' ll'Tng liu Kale .5,0n6S'-
u, ,u ;.;. ;:. ""' kirri
grin 'on tl e'V. ' '".' S. "t she-
UlanapQlls SehtlnelV '" ,UU"K n"ln--
"Take entertaining easllv" u u,,
the comfoit or onrs guest o 'ffl8 for
other point of Mevv to feel loo Srls."
sense nf resmnslhiiiiv. iJ..r.1. IP" Wi a
or , musemeiit. J yes , ,e lilnleVj"!'!
tor sense of Imnntinn n ""IJIPss v us
her bosiV., whleh fm,t Int iii' '", "pon
ih iii,n.,, X I. ." i'"..l 'n?Vitably lessen
slderate visitor will ! nr ,n.
rules of the household which la
C,r";?,.'l.on'? ..?.". If she h-inny
it nuukv vv iii-ii not ..,... ..
course n con.
and when to absent hers f B , i ls,IrabIn
not fn.l lo b? nrS nit rnt fm?S L 8hI?,wl,,I
she should accident illy ns Hie ,'n H " "
keen hot If Posll!l, ifVot 'giii ov,;nh'0
cold without special allusion !n"i.'r
qualities which go to jnnk ,2iii,i.The
ess are tact and thouKhmtlneLi 'eLnoat'
selfishness, un.i tnl ,i;.J""".nei,s and un.
qualities mkV mode g.ieit ' i,,he, ".T
rplden inle thnt will rUM'-1 Vil'i0" "' ""
alloyed pleasure' St WiJf&S"