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An Interesting People Who Are a Pu=
zle Among Nations.
The rasque proviucvs lie In lhe
north of Spain. and. altho.tb for cen- t
turies students have tried to te tbe 9
real crIgin of the people and find a key A
to their language. they bare failed to
Al other known tongues spoken by
tbe sons of wen have been shown to
possess a common orign. traceabl to
the Arabic and Semitct. Dut be
Basque language h-as entire:y ressted
the pbilologist. In some aspects thet
vernaculir shows traes o' a Chinese e
admixture. 1n other-, it is clear ttat t
North American tndit terms a-e na
tUve to it. !t also sbows traces of r
barbaric a =.:acs spo:)ec on the east t
coast of Africa.
The people thselves bear pbys- a
ological traits found in these -bO t
speak the sait ton:nes. Tbe tive t
name 'of Basqceand is Esua. am
their motto Is "lrurncbat.'- or -The;
In One." - Nor is their ias Tue
ture anytIng like that of any hnnD
politica body. tbouzh they belca=. of
COUsM. to Spain. Esch tcasqUe pror
ince Is governed by a parliament com
posed of representatives -selected
partLy by election, partly by lot
amon the bosebolders of each coun
try parsb or town. Thefr laws are es
sentlay. peculiar to tnmselres and
are conceived on no known code' either
4tnaeaent o ,mediaevl 'times. They
ar p size among nations and cum
ber ha -,emilioo -U told-ew Yorkt
PaperWhichi Is Watarproof
In apan iere 1s-a pdper =mde which
ipeJonS.to wate being made o;
- nger andtocau mfxed1
.itbe$1beers o the gampl and some
ier' shr The aber rat ton
Sade dCF.'demned zad scraped.[
no.4 d. ~I a eak.e and, thoroughly
de In tefter which they :re:
beteikand the mired with certain
too medanto a viscons state
bto be~z, 1jIeCk erun thronga a
a~ednakre est to 'vrdons
esl is that a
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erdei~Mgazi.--- ---- 550
Good B~oiisekeei....-. 50
Hr~amptns aga-- ----- - 4 50
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Harer We~y -- ----.a 50
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Lipncanna~in. . 4S .
Mca ~ Na. dpttr..20
wo Distinct Sc.r e.
re those LnoV~':s t~: -LU
ocks are ffel. bY an Me:
a. of two er th'r. -vond4
eries the ibri::..s increa?- to
xcimund da' -
urn-tion. iqL-ett Cin4
-a eLi- Oght to -wee,1 s,'id
his kind. Wben h we :
-er. ther- is aLwy' a S:
- where cn!y one shock is feit.
Apparently there are two distinet
*Ints of origin for these shocks. and
in strip where a sin:!e shock is ft-: is
rt where the tw- 'ets of rbrations
rire simultaneous:y. The fact that
is band is straight shows that the
ain sbocks, occur tcgether and that
erefore one n- not a consequece o
be other. Probably there is an S
hped bend in some Interior layer of
ck and the twin focl are at the points
f greatest dispicemet-naMely. t
ends of the S The moverment that
aises such a tw!n earthquaie there-t
nre results In accentuatin zhe for:.
f the fold in the earth's crust.--New
The Fightinq Maoris.
Some 30 1laoris were shut up In In
.enebments at a place enlled Orakaw
7thoct fod esCept a few raw pota
xms without water. pounded at by ar
ery and under a bail of ride bullets
nd hand grenades. unsuccessfully as
sited no less than tive tmes. they
meld out for three days. completey
arrounded- General Cameron hu
nely sent a daZ of truce. invZlng
he to surrender honorably. To this
ey made the ever famous reply:
Enougb: We fght right on forever"
M the general offered to let the wo
oen come out. and the answer was.
The women will 6ght 'as %e.' At
egtb on the afternoon of the third
Jay the garrison in a body cbarged at
Pick maeb right througb the Englisb
bx& fahty jumping over the bedr of
he men of the Fortieth regiment as
bey lay behind a bnk. Half of them
leD the remainder got clear away.
Ebe earthworks and the victcry re
laIned with 'us. but the -glory was
etz "The Lonm White Cloud." by
ff. P. Reeves.
I nAbtMnded persons are ror Ine
pasty met among the medica: pro
kss who of all men should a
ays have their -wits abouthem. It
L rlated that a well known -doctor
was once present I .a public place
whe -an accident ocurred an& see
ta wounded man. wr-t abom call
Wng: " doctor! A doctor! Somebody
an fetch a doctor'
A friend -who was by his side ien
rxed to inqure. "WeIl. what about
h den". 'answvered the doctor.
aemJy reenIting the tact-that Ne be
kang8 to the medical profession. -1
dn't think er that!"
.To Frennte .
.97Yo know- Elsie. that 'ferment'
mes 'to work.'"' said the -tescher.
Now) yon my, write a sentence on
he bb+bOed . contalning the word
iter a moment's thought .Elsie
zo as foows: "In summer I love
ntainL only selected M
4 sreaesaprcat h
2 1 8sadms mr nsa
2 10 sll ~ F S
501 rcia e~n P in tox
4 i Radertn ap recishe
2 1 onrvie car ofi cag
n hm ornaged by faso e-c
b ,RViewa It keeps it cry
1o of . a nalint res.S
5 oo prcia Ptoialo
igea. osekeeing. mand
is uth lwen, thejl carefchi.
.v rve- and S--"e- L
Ch:racteristicz of the Patient. Strong
and Uscf::l Animzl.
.s far !.ce ::s theC mi:le otf last
entury Geor::! vo:: Mo...e iz .i-:
e-riptive lttersn fron k.7.a Minorha
1; k to withstand
-: art hea:L::. !exists
a the iserabic frxt . su'h as
A ca:el it ,ever rcelle vd of. Its load
fro:n the je::lnia:; of thec journey to
Its c::.. It eats. walks and sleeps un
der i;s burden. c.ften fo.r weets at a
time. The trainin:.of a camel is no
easy umatte. as it takes about three
ears to t.ch it to bend the %::ees in
order to be loaded and unloadeL
Wbile as the t::.e -.ses the camel
will not be able to V ithstand the :keen
c-ompctition of the new railways whi'h
,e p.ercing every part ot Aia Mor
yet. tha-b to the power of tradition
over the Turkish inhabitants of the
country and their foadness for these
animnls,. the caravan routes toda-. are
stiU able to hold their fwn side by
slae with the .natolia. Cassaba and
A.den railways. H*udredts of camels
pass over the car:wan bridge into the
city of Smyrna every day. and in the
market place in front of the mosque of
Mohammed at Constantinoplet many
camels m.y still be se.-Pildlphia
Ider. _ _ _
Not Since the Flood.
Sir Hcnr - Irving once received what
he at the time considered a very pal
pable snub. delivered him by a high
landcr. While touring In Scotland the
actor visited some of the notable tradi
tionary scenes associated with Shake
spearean dama %s a matter of
course one of the first pilgrimages was
to the bLasted beath where M)acbeth
met the witches. In an a:greeable
mood Sir Henry as they drove along
turned smilinglv to his zriver.
-Are there anywitches about now?
The driver whipped up his horses.
"Not since the flood," he replied in
his curt Scots way.
Tar Infats and4 Children.
Te Kind Yet RaeAway Bought
~.gazies of the highest
Times and Co
SSubscrition offer. Through a
.. VA LUE
vane of the up to date-minute fa
zine. It has four foreign offi<
eerts in -Paris. London. ' erlin
aders in touch with what is neu
)nabe style. Pictorial Review is
itresting, its articles broad.
me of the tegtular deportments
ne dressmaking millinery. croc
houseold t nance. samitation, hi
ag. money-making suggestions
lrcn, a pag~e for elderly people,
hoes m the stige. etc. Piett
ad if bought singly would cost 1:
NNLG TD1EjS. 35nmer.$
AL R EVIEW. . - 12 uor.~
SMAG AZINE...1l utlr.2
P RISCILLA. . .12nn~es
eview Pattern..-..- - -.
\ v.l ..duplicate any c!ler made
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ander th.' r::n. : . 're !"s'r a n
chn tin hewind rh-'
--Whaz : ce ::te. ITA h
et 'tId:' do nrth -t
?s1' !olz ru qnminz ke ih -r:A
o ::t 'er r h111' :
-Com, nfl row. :i
lietly Ih:: ' t mat :
The ptien. aI petty litten o
-cur. !loons inqznirin_'y ::t hr r -
paren~t. There, stems to ]):u T!"!e 1%e
natter withi her.
"It's all very well !.caaai' hrz'
and n-t(!!Tn' (,f me, t.) he qin!1,." crices
the nCther. "I'& yer %dcIld'n.o
yer own yer wouldn't l111a ter Se* 'em
(e afkrk yer eyes. Oh. dear: <-h. der.
aud the're ain't ornly tw' meA ihe
The doctor in despair enie .
little g!rl. but fails to < an.er ny
thing wrong. "Now. Loo w her-." says
he firmly. "I c'tt i:d "-v.ing the
tter with your ch!id. so y'il hai
to go arv.y ur.ess you tll: wci: yon
brought ber up to Ule hopin."
"Well, doctor. we -a ::1 a-b.:in
ur tea a .inut: ngo as it- IC
zd 'er fatl.o1 wns eatin a nice . '(
tripe :s ,wa,; over frem dinnr when
Sus, this re I 'ave with -.y
ow she loved (cAd :ind vas g'n' 1c
'caving when he doied. Whnt" L
tones of horror. *Ain't yer going tC
ive 'er no n eine?'-Cornhill Maga
A Useless -imptei-emt.
Aunt Ann Aruwright. the bustiu
SpousqP of Uncle Josbun
proudly stowed hit a silrer Imnph'
ment which a friend had' given ber a
a birthday presenL It was shapei
ometing like a spatnla. but brend
emed considerably toward the iandie
Uncle Joshua inspected it with- som(
"What is tr he :i'sked
'"Baren't you any iden?" she said.
"No, not the least In the worl"
"Well." said Aunt Ann. "It's a ph
Uncle .2osbua pIcked It up. inspectei
It critically ani laid it dowa again.
"I haven't any use for it." be sald
"ns far as I'm concerned. It's to4
wide. I couldn't eat pie with it 'thou
entting my mouth."-Youth's Comnpan
Peonie with chronic bronchitis. astb~
naL an'd lung trouble, wilr find great rc
ief and comfort in Foley's Eonev an'
Tar, and can avoid suffering by con
encing to take it at ouce-- W. I
Brown & Co.
.esires of every one "I
~hnical, Music, Art, HE
pulishers we are a'oie to mak<
5 FOR C
able tnagatzne "n th~e home
- hihest ideals in home life.
'.in 4,'ss. hJoneIte' Iin public life.
.ticles' de'scripti'.e of the im
eer.lg. sc'ience. angriture.
. article s andl fictionl are the
v'e thte adrice of the aciecst
omenaking in its various
he garden. b)ooks and reading
Success.agazine' is strength
jonal writinics of Orison Swett
lth of poetr'y. humor :'.nd art..
pad i b ought sindiy WOU;(i
'S and DELINATOR
What Ma Sai
b 1 :. vIa.
--I .,: Ci'sne :: Zy t. i:ie w 1t;c m
bor th::t ~:Iu we*re re::riy n!-d :ast
No :L'is mav.int ket hin ;:-> out
-1;I his father nymore.- Lo::don, T-It
Unce- Tht efleeseekin-g friend of
your, :.n dd a jo~b t 1:1."
E:bert-Good: Whnt h::F he Irmde?
"'skeper at the es:house.
"We'. hes the rltht man in the ::hhr
phce. I:c's .he ;rentest pest I ever;
no: delay. T- &o ey ' \ l.
Pitch and Toss.
The professor haippened In -t the
doctor's the other morning and found
him polishing the belongings on the
"Improring the shining hours. are
yor" he said.
"No. sir.- replied the doctor. *rm
Improving fue shining ewers."
"IXm!" ejaculated the professor.
"Whose are they?"
"Well. isn't that what I said?"-Ch!
:2 be Worth the Price.
"There," sadPorem. -that's wvhat 1
thinh you shonld do in the matter. rm
no Lawyer. I:t this is just a little bit
of =dvice that costs youacothing. Wbat
do you think of it?"
"Well." replied Wise. "ts worth it." a
A Lucky Mi::hance.
"At the last moment Fakem lost hiis
*Then pray kind fate that nobody '
else will ever :nd it."-Baltimore
A persons are recommended to Iake
Foey's Kidney Remedy for backache,
rheumatism. and kidney and bladder
troubl4. it will quickly correct urinarv
ireguarities. which. if neglected. may
develop into a serious tilness. Du will
restore heahth and strength. DO not
eglect sizns of kidney or, bladd or tron
ble ard risk Brigh's disease or diabe
te_ W. . rown &'L Co.
.'Satan - is represented as., runnini'
ater faits wit a pitchfort," said Ucle;
Eben. "when de truth Is dat so many
1folks is pullin' at his en'aals dat he
ain't got time to chase nobody.
ILearning Is better' than house and,
11iI be fo'und represente
nor. Religion, Etc.
b is remarkable offer to cur subset
NL Y - -
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s oe o th betE bodrIa
home decoration. ,It is tied frc
onth with~ designs, instructons.
aluable ir oration. Aside from
departments. *here are denartmen:
and water-color painltingZ stenen1Ur
on basketry and tihe like. It hni
cenrs. and is a re.a! g~ooid magaz:
?risciia is ix. a copy'. ad h o&
l. a year.
--Value $4.00. for $3.00.
a~ ~ ~ us ve0yesi
' V- "430 na s
, \\Asowa s
Ali Coi aterfcits, Imitazions a
infants and Children-ExPeri
What is C)
Castora ~ isarmless suost
gorie, Drops ad~ Soothint S
contains neithrc- Opiwn Mm
snabstance. Isi ago is its1z
and allays FCverishnCs. It
Colic. It relieves Tecthzing T
and Fiatulency. It assimilat
Stomach and Bowels, givira9
The ChMidren's Panacea-The
The KIRd 1011 ai
in Use For ON
"~C "I357AU3 O@PV. No#
\iv fam ia: Jorfai of 6) acres. 30 of
nor: very fertile inclosed unt Woven
'ire 3c'. a ree home. wil exchange
e pow--tva manning.Asa.ex
- nice pair of marcs weli bred, nor,
Jraid nf -team or autornobiles, bred1 by
vf. ' inaie or double. wiIh or
'I'o.ut e.ce winkers, quality sucb ms to
a, the'm valuaboe. 5 and 6j years old.
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.r1ao. S. C.
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OR IA ALWAYS
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WIND AND W A V ES
A G:.c': Acui U:n er D~~r
A th t nu: :
om jvt t v c
tines aVttin a '!n.th f 1 ef't
fro-m CrestL toI cs.Te !"eST kweZl
: torms. for they :I::'d
the shorter and stevp'er 'vve-. Iut
thev -nerge lnto Jiew at2er or be:ond
I Thc action of the v- ...I drift (n
san in a processien of v e
in the deserts. As tsaed v~aves
cannot travel by ::avitativ. hi
mcovements are e-ntirely e'ntr. ::edby
the wind, and they are t;herefor mucrh
s;impler and nore regh:n i:: fora and
movement tl:an ocean wave: in their
;:reatest hei!hts of several !;:dred
feet the former heeom-. nore compiet
owing to the partial consolidation of
the lower Layers of s-td by pressure.
but they still have the characteriStic
4 wave features.
In the Winnipeg praiies u Canada
freshly fallen snow i drifted by wind
in proces.sion of rezular waves. )rc
~ressing v:ith a visibe :md hostlik'
moltion. They are sii: to desert
sand waves. but lors tz~m half as;
steep. the wave lenarth bein ffty
times as grent as the height. Th,
1fatness of the wind formed snow
waves affords a valuab:e indleation cf
the great distanee to v:hi-h bills she!
ter from the wind.-CIhi ago Tribane.
Scared With a Hot Iro.
or scaidced by overturned kettle-cut
with a kni:.--bruised by slammed door
-injured b gun or in a-y otber way
the :hing needled at once is Buckiens
A~irnica Salve -tv subdue irndammation
and liili the pai. it's eart.h's scu mre
healer. infalh'olr forn Biis, Ulcers, Fever.
Sores. Eczema and Piles. 25c. at. all
The Real Object.
Indulgent Papa-Why. my dear, you
had a party last month. How often do
you wisb to entertain your friends?
She-This one is not to entertain my
friends, papa. but to snub my enemies.
No Strugges la Vain.
The cynical bachelor rises to remark
hat when a girt mkes up her mind
to mury a struggling young man all,
his struggles are usele.-Piladelphin:
3tan mutawysihe sense cling
to tebelief that teunknowable i
merit. The needs andi
r interests. Fiction, Te<
ost unzsual arrangement with th<
h-Ahns to be the one indispens
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e-writers ot idress, etiq:uette.
fo in~vestments and child.eulture
t, ened by thlc mnasterly inspirat
ia Marden. the editor. and a we
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