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THE CALUMET NEWS.
tucsday; may :o, 1313.
rJir vfniuiucl Xcui!
riihbsho.l l.y the
MINING CAZCTTt COMPANY.
1AM.V K.WKl'T Sl'XKAV.
M. W. YOl'NvIS. W. M. LYON.
I dii-i Cii.niiukh Manager.
Kilter cd at the l'ost Oili.e ot Calumet,
Michigan, as frMiuiid Clisa
M ill Matter.
Kililviltl I; . ins
Ti:ii.MS OK SI.'IISCKU'TIO.N:
:.v Mall ir Carrier.
IVr year, in advance t' "0
IVr year vii.it ill udvaine) I.i'(j
Per nii'iii I .!
Single m:,M- '"
Compl " ' i.f in fKiil.irity tn deliv
ery w'U in 1 no ptoinpt it 11 . 1 thorough
lnx est i k i"ii.
TUESDAY, MAY 20. 19 U.
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n suviu (love, a pit tlx u a girl f;rnJ-
Something to Sell
to the Public?
1 If so, do you ted tbe pub! c
V If you do, how do yd
j Arii) wb.it !ott of reputa
tion t back of tbe mtrchin.
dise you are offering?
Tde answers to tbese que i
tiona may spell success or
failure to many a merchant.
! From an intimate asiocii-ti-n
with j ic'e C.rdC rf
concern, merchan Jibing ..'i
he neceirie& of hfe. v.e
venture to say:
; "The quickest and surest
way to reach the pubhc .
thfoii-ih the ce'umns of de
pendable cl.iiiy newspaper h',...,
THE NEWS one that has a
high standing tn the cO.tv
munity it serves, and has the
confidence of it's readers.
y. "The most dependable ar.
tides s"ld today are those to
winch the manufacturers is
not afraid to attach his label
that is to say, h,s reputa
ten. "Retail merchants are now
joining hands with the manj.
facti.rrr, and the public i
thus doubly guaranteed
"The comb.naticn of man.
ufacturer and retailer plus
cioorf. clean newspaper adver
t.vng means success to them
boh with the maximum of
satisfaction to the purchaser."
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In tin ., is l.lih-1, naval eXpelldi-
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is f i o in o,oo i nni to I :; J.oimi olio, lint
I' I Iht so lolal sum- ;i-at Jllitaill
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'ioiinanv h.o a nav li-iiant- nulil-b.-tniK
o.i i l.iioo.ooo in live mill holi
I.II.V mtllllll'lh. II pi Tloillcitl. I li l''lot-
t'. t,i:bio.,"i i,v th- bapio with u
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Ml ami M I'M .l.ooli Llll t'p, of rt.
'""il.-i. have M.ed wrn r their 0
ii-ii 1 1 . - i M al i iii one house.
TIME "TO PREPARE FOR
PREVENTION OF FOURTH
' OF JULY ACCIDENTS
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JAPAN AND CALIFORNIA.
Tin- J-. iii' m iii " ,i Ji.ii ii v mill . i,. :
i - ! Tt-iy .u omiiiii-il t.
-in. II i.l.n J ali i . ninsj!iir tririt.i
i lii'.-r riNniu'its tln 1 t.i v- iniuiiiiw
util m .1 - i i'm r .ilioii lads tln in
i k tn . iiJi'i.i.i- in an ruiii.tiy
x- hi'. !i t !n c.
sill u.. etr
fori" at thei
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t. i ritofx ' r
a ; lli'liv i lu.il lioldilUs ill 1'olt iK'll rini'i
U ii '. I'l.i are 'iiiite within th -ir
liul.ts ia si, duir.y. Hut other nation
iiie er.al'x it I; in their li'liis in pf..
i.'ctini; ;i:-ii!.s.-lveM acainst thi.-i
u.il s.-Lpinc in of a foiviun and a
ura!nlii! ' i o'ini nt.
The .1 ipan .se
I il I. low that
lamlard of living ; j the ( Ity vx on'd eventun ll.x become vabi
f the n.itix i -l.oi u j ab e. the adjoining property w as noxv
in.-rii a n They n ix
'III' IIMl l.il li.il, K ' v
lliey ale .ilio-.xi , tc
x ill oill be a iiin stii
il.-o a .-skill
diru ours. Ii
uuire land, it
of linn- b' foi
Iih.' tx'o i hat in ti fist i, s xill haxeiji
ll'll il Hi-in to talo- up. pit Co b pit . c
i'i tin fan,' ami irarih n lands of 'a!i
b li:ia. Tln x ,,n n-.w, by national law.
i'li liL'ibb to i it izi nship. To allow thcin
to acquire land ami tlo-n make tln..i
.itins would b.- ti eri.'ite a rac
! lol.lem i.csni,. wbidt the near,, prob
. iu woLihl pahv ;l bnrfh n n state.
should be ask.il to should. i'. ibo his duty t. turn oei
I.'' tT,.- .Japan, s.. w.-r, p.riniit.il tijoned to the oldest lixi
'iix hinds freely iu I'alil'oinla
w ..id. I, in t be , . urse t time. I
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tin- ilotiiinant laee. The xxhite.s would
ill in, alt l ilix iii- into t wo
t-x xeix ri. h persons, tnucli ri' he
tl, in th Japnnc.Me. nriil a Uilue "las
In. x'o'ild I..- servant to the ilmn1
i ant l.iiiai,. . a eoinJitloii not to I.
i oi: i. mplated.
The iHair must "be colium'ted wi,
'.'ii pe.-siblc , ou.si.li rat ion tor a s'-u
sitixe. proud. : I mt xvarlike piopl
v I,. I '.i I if nt ii i.i ha 4 m t out t
1 1 1 l -J t ie done.
END OF OLD ROYAL FU ED.
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I l'l m sia and In r '-
i:othe,. who is tl," lnk- of v umbo'--mini.
'Hn t'lllowii.n p.-,iav.rn h ac
' "inplltii' s the pi, tin-:
W Ii. ii. prol,abl tn 'n iob-r, I'rin-
ss Vj, t..-a. liauKhti r ol limp. oj.
'A ll I. nil ol I ! I'lll'i I! V . is in I l ie. I to
I'rii'i e l-lrnst ol r.runsw ji k-Lun. n
b ii i'li. oiil.v .x 1 1 1- i i 1 1 14 son of the Du,c
f x'uml.ei hu,i. a mil. or family filed
between ,,. Uiielptis all, the Million
' .'Hi IDS W ill be bliaj-:ht to II hfipl.x'
t inline. tboi-. I. oi lliiuland was
niiiL- oi lla'iovif in i i-rniany, nint
i hat till- .lose, ml-d tl.roi'Kh tin- Kim
l.sh i..al f.im.lv to the link.- of t'uni-
l,-i laj,il. a son ol iii m iii' III., w ii
lied in s.".l and xxas mici-i -ded b
I i- only son. 'I bis son xxas deprived
if th- -i.ln.il l.lnK"liii iu iMiti, when
I'tu.s.sia inne.v., AiiHtrin: vet the llim
iisn bike stubbornly refuseil t lit t he
abiiieiite the liatiov eliaii I hp .tin, aid
bin vnli. th- pi.ji.i.t link, of I'l'lil
lieiiaiiil. hay ntvir reslurieil his claim
in ! i row n. I'.nt now xx lib tin mar
I lav- .'f id.-' .soil. l!.l- Vli'li'lsoll of tin
i ust-il kln ol Manovei', to a -.real-tiraiiil'hiiiKhlot
of that kintf of I'rus
. i.i who porp.-lriitoii the mntinv. tie?
iox.it pretentions of th- liukes
i 'uiiib-i'lanil w ill presumably
ilropp.il. 'I'll- plince.ss Is twclity-i
the priii'-e bxc years old-i."
IIP. lints have been fOni it t
i iionK antipathy to tin
.dor of pep.
pi riniiil, arid will ll from unv pin
where il clill be studied.
If. ill pi opal ins; asparagus, the IoiikIi
-mis of Die stalks, instead tif beiiiLC
thrown iixxay, are sirlppi ! of tin
haul oiilsble skin. the.V will be round
v h-ll cooked to be as tenth r and pal
atable as the it st.
Mori' in a certain ure for soft
eoi'll. Idp ll piece of f, ft lim-ii ra:.'
in turpentine ami xx rap tt round tin
toe on which the corn Is night mid
morning- Iu few days the corn wilt
rcli-l i instalilall'
Scrubbing brushes should never be
left soaking iti th- water, even for i
few llllirites. us this loosi n the bris
tles and makes them Mofl. A piece of
tape hIioiiIiI be fastened to the brush,
so that when Jlnl.-li"i with it Is can
be hiiHK up und allowed to drain.
When blankets have become ton
thin for ordinary use, Ihey can be
pressed Into further service in tli"
IoIIowIuk wh: Pot txvo or three lo.
xether und ovr them with preity
lulcen to nink quilts. To keep them
in proper shape t.he.v should tie but
toned down li-re and there like mat
tresses. A frill t.r pat eon mak
A Vacant Lot
More t li ii ti f y yiis m.'n, ulit'ii the
i ity of t'liii ai u ,;s fcpt in-iiu U out of
tUo iT;iino-or. intluT. out i f tli mini
iijUnio irr ilti!iiiK liirlit in the re
it j ki"ii whi.-h i iumv m-, H.i ( solely for
niviio hiims's .iil riiiht in anions
mine of tlxso nel litis mis a lot oil
wlii li the own.r (.o,om-iI . eivrt .t
store I'liildin Those Im owneil
hi.'Uiei in the tMiiity ol..ie.-tnl to a
Moie Inn iliiu lu in ei- iel m ar I linn
ail.l riuliluHl toeihrr 1" Mix the lot
1 he n rcr :ikel I ho ia. ! hilant nrl. e
t-'xjof .1..N. I. lit it i!Milit hi'st
;i v it ail. I keel1 U'e hehl'-'i h'i flee
j from what oti( inar n f"i ii-si,leii,es.
. There were lour .eiii " hn elii'il
'in to huy (he r -ny. I nt. situe one
!ovuer Him del . ! m. ie ailvisahle
j than four, ilin t ih.su .r-HiM'il tn
1 1'iay a aine of t'reeeoiit poker, the
j winner In rei eixe a il. i I i'.r the lot.
It 'i t one of the four, l.e.n :i ilea. 'on in
theilniri h .iiul ;nciv t.'.niil pl.t Int:.
' Mit'Uested lliat thox iii.-i ke o er the lot
to a trustee, to l-e ileeih-.l to the oldest
lmiiiiiI' hilil of any one the inv ihm'-i
I'fl.v ears front the i.;,v Iho t lift
was inaile The men w : e all between
the ae of twenty v,',M anil forty
vest's. :nnl no one of them li:u a yrauil
ehi'il. nv was ,,,t mriirieil ev- !
;eri holes, h,. assented to the plan; the t The irl xxns puzzled, for the ISiowns
tdo.-tinietit was drawn n,, and si-.-mil ! seet I to have plenty of money and
jnn.l pla-'ed Pi the bands ..f the trustee. I x , hardly wind to uet her into the
j In ten years fUun tli.it lime two of family for her fortune, even if she pos
ithe men inteiestil, in the lot were J sessed it. which she did imt ami piile
'dead The dxxePins in the district possiblv would not. P.ut matters eon-
,, j where the projtty stood were much
i mil doxvn. beiuj oeeut'ied fi
loons and small shops In ten years
more tlie other txvo ow tiers had passed
In way and the trustee as well, and a
successor had been appointed by the
.court The iuimndinte xi-inity of the
lint had been steadily detei ioratini; and
ws now the worst location in the city.
: Mut handsome ofti'-o buililns were be
!tj tr erected txvo of three b'o. ks distnnt.
Sine it was probable that thai part of
held at a hih litfiire Imiuiries xvetv
i made for the lot in itesii,,n. but il soon
Jen me lo be known thai there was a
j n.ison why it eould not be sold, ami in
time it vx as dropped out : s n possible
When foily-nine of the fifty years
of the trust had passed IMward Klli
sou, the man who held the trusteeship
nt. that tune
some pa pels
the deed of
a1 "int a year
in hi sal
axv that in
from that time It would
I lie lot men
, trt ii rn 1. 1 1 1 1.1
jof any one of the men win. had made
I the deed. It therefore behooved him
to take measures to divot er the per-
1 I son entitled to the property.
The first step he took iu the matter
wns to learn the value of the lot. and
lie found that in the opinions of real es
lute men it xvas valued at txvo or thtee j
hundred thousand dollars He next
mndo liuiuirles as to the descendant
of the original owners of tin- property
anil found that while one family had
remnined iu Ohicau the others had
drifted to other places Me found also
that none of them knexv of Hie lot in
question, and he deemed it ndvisnhlo
to say md hiti;; about it until lie had
Ion Hied to whom the htxv would com
pel him to deed it. lie sllceeeded In
learning the whereabouts of the chil
dren of three of the parlies to the
acreetnent. and there were elexen in
the second iretieratloii and Ixxeiity eiht
einndcliihlren. As to the fourth man.
William Hroxvn. who had been unmar
ried when the agreement xxas made,
the trustee could learn nothins; altoiif
him An mlvertisenieiit in the Chicnpi
newspnpem failed to briny: any re
sponse. Koine tlm before the expiration of
the deed of trust Lllison called a meet
ing of nil the descendant of Hie four
men who had oxx iui (he property he
hnd been able to reach Txvelve per
sons attended ami nine responded by
lelter. Having pt all the infornia
tlon he could from those who xvere
present. Including their ages. I'llison
dismissed them and xxrote to the oth
er who bad written him. asking their j
nge Of the twenty eight grandchil
dren he had heard of be now had Hie
names, addresses and ages of twenty
one. Of 4he others he had no informn
However, a week Is fore the lifty
year period expired Klllson had nar
rowed down the probable ownership to
one person. IMilh Moore, a girl of
nineteen, the oldest daughter of i? son
of one of the four original owners or
Hie lot. The trustee had proof that she
was the rightful owner iinfess the un
married member of the quartet had
married and had left a grand-hiM older
than Miss Monro
Kdilh Moore was an orphan 4n very
M,or Hi-eunistahi e. She lived in Chi
cago and xva endeavoring to support
herself a ml her yon user brothers ami
sisters by her needle Klllson d d not
like I" inform her that "h" xxas ,ti;b:i
Idy heir to a fortune until he fell war
ranted in turning it over to her. lint
the mailer ny this time had Ue ome
gemnilly known, and she heard of it
thrngli other" This was inifort iinale.
for until It was definitely proved that
the fourth man of the .tiiarlet had left
no grandchildren th trustee could not
deliver the property.
One day Kdith Moore received a Hole
from a .Mrs. Itrovvn. a lady living on
one of the dwelling a Venues .r Chi
cago, stating that she had been recoin
eieuded for a seamstress and offering
her an engagement that might extend
over some time Kdilh had heard of
her probable heirship, hut since there's
many a lip 'twist the cup and the lip
she made no change whatever In hei
style of living She therefore called
1.11 tin. . I
- .. . ....., , r.ww ui.h (hp hos, here, and wi vei
ome lo the h,lM. e, vrv ,.,v , . ...,,,;,, in , .,
mis. i.i own was h
widow. Willi one
on. m young man of twenty-three. 1he
. . .o.,u recently come from (Job J
, .vi.tiio r prni g a, w neie tliey had been
'1 hey BeeuieU to have th
Remained For Thirty
Ev MARJORIE CLOUGH .
means to lixe li:iinoiiieix . ami the mmi
i had been edm ated for a physh-iau. He
had located iu t'lih ayo tn take up the
Irai tlee of his piofes!ion. Mrs. Uroxxii
1 was a mo'.l.t'iiy person and tieatiil
: lal.tli as a coiiipaiii.,11 as well a n
hireling It, wax not Imii; helore IMith
' told the lady of the position she o.eu
pied us a probable heiress and of her
suspense lest another sliould be found
x iio wa-i entitled' In the property.
Mrs. I'.rown listeiuil to the story with
exidiiit Interest and said what she
could tn trixe the fill hope that she
would receixe the iiiherilain e. Mean
while she ollfii iuxiied IMilli to re
main for dinner ami lor the evening
In this way axid limwn. the son.
came to know IMilli and olliieil her
tho same sympathy as his mother cou
lernin thit fortune slie hoped for. Ah
time went on the mJiI became more
and more necessary to Mis. I'.rown's
comfort, and by and by lalith noticed
that oi vasj him y when s1( ,a, been
invited to spend an evening in the
hoiis. the hotoss. pleading indisposj
timi. would leave her sou and the
Havid Kroxvn was miiM-icnt ly attrac
tive to win most any till not other
wise interested, and ho had xerv little
trouble iu attract in ' IMith to himself
the lot tiiially came to a crisis
by a note Kdilh received from Mr
! Kllison -statins; that he had learned
that the unmarried member of the
oxvners of the lot had married and had
had one or mote children Hut he did
not knoxv if either of the children was
This w as n bitter disappoint nieiit to
l-.ililh. but she went lo her work ntY
Mrs iirowns as usual, ami so ".teat
was her self control thai sin- had been
In the house an hour before Mrs
Hroxvn asked Iter if anything unfortii- j
nato hail happened lo her. Then she j
told the l:;dy of the information she j
Mrs I'.roxx n embraced her. saying at
the same time that she xxas a x under
to be able to keep up under sii. h a
setba.-k and that exfiiin' kept her for
il'iiiier. ! n v id It nt xv n on harniii of
flu' information she had received xvri
also sympathetic and xx hen left alone
xxiih her by his mother xxas more
hnerlike than usual This xxns a ureat
comfort exen l IMith. situe it indicat
ed that she xxas not courted for her
Then e.'iine another note from the
trustee inf.. niiiti IMilh that he had
received iimre tlelinite in format Imi
that Parkinson had been married soon
after the trust deed had been executed
and had had two children h irn to him
and that the oldest of these children
Kdilh found il itnpossjbio to Jiear
this blow will, the same fortitude as
: before, and nrriviuu at the house xv here
I she worked, lindin Iho xvidoxx and her
son tocihcr, mi i- hi in i ii ii i:i t i ii ;r the
I news to them she hurst into tears The
j mother put lior anus aUiul her and
;oothei hrr. then left lur xxiili Iiavid
I Ta kim; her hand, lie said to her:
', "I have a story to tell ymi M y
I mother ami I while lixins; in Colorado
, hear. I of (his vacant lot and. having
, known of it from my father, con hided
1 to come east ami look into the matter,
j I beins; the p'.-imlsou of one of the
I makers of the trust deed Itesides. I
; desired to settle here to practice my
j profession My mother, h ixins; inves.
1is;ated the matter id' the lot and hear
j int that you were expoftius; lo be the
oxx iter of tt, in order to learn miuio
i I hint; of you brought you here lo sexx
ltut before doiiis; so she h id proved
J my claim to the lot. She did not tell
ine who you were till you had been
jhere some time, liaxins; taken a fancy
! lo you ami boins; desirous to yive you
1 an Interest in the property through me.
In this she
as succeeded by your love
fa I her w as interested in
iu Colorado and left us a for
bi re, civ ins; Ibis lot shall at
once devd it lo you Ami if yon will at
the same time deed yourself to me ymi
xx lll make me a happy man "
Ivllth sal looking at the man who
had revealed this little plot to her with
too much a.stonislimeni to reply at once.
Mad lie iiol come to luxe her possibly
he might have estimated somewhat cor
rectly the emotion under which she
xvas moved. Willi lover like impa
tience lie expected her to see at once
xv hat he had been planning fm mouths
ami interpreied what be saw in her
expression for an inability to stirreitder
her heart with herself.
"I am disappointed." he said "My
mother and I. Inn in- nltoadv all the in
eouie we mil. simply bought you into
our home to learn If ym were worthy,
and if yon were we intended to offer
lo resign tliis additional fortune to you.
Then I iLsct v ered that I. .wanted you,
I needed v. mi. and I n in hopes
She Interrupted him. but not with
words There xvere no words to ex
press what she felt Me einighl her in
Whart Her Rula Ended.
It Is related that lim one oca.
nion Senator 'iliurmau's Iriemls visiteif
his house to apprise him thai a now
political honor hid been conferred
upon him. Me was pleased, but after
Ihey had been sealed a few moment
the coinersatioii lagged, and I he oid
Unman seemed to be ill al ease. Mis
wife tried her best lo entertain the
campaigners, ami the senator excused
himseir. Me presently npiieared with
his boots ami topcoat on. tlenlle
men," said he. "we will now out
and get something lo smoke .Mv wifn
Thnrman tool.-, I .s,..i si... . .i..i
f r afler lliem. "As was say-
lug," added Iho senator, "she tuns lh,?
but. thank heaven, she dovsu'C
run the towu.''
Tom Wt White-
washing the Fence-
A OK had been naughty one day
and ponied when mother had
daddy t' punish him wauled
ltut I'.xelyii pleaded for him.
liaiiily said: ".lack, you remind tne of my old friend, Tom Saw,f
lid you ever hear of Tom Sawyer? No'.' Well. I'll tell ymi a bo. it him
"Tom Sawyer Is a boy in a book, one 7 the best book t.ver written ii,r
boys and for kill n"d szroxviuip folks too It was written by a man nati.,.,
Mark Txvain. who xxas one of the most popular of American writers '!,,,,
Sawyer' is one of his best known books.
"One Saturday niorniu;;, when the boys in 'lim Sawyer's town t;enci
went tishiii";. he winded lo pi 1k. Hut his aunt, with xvlmni he lixcij.
iher I'lans. 'J'liero was a fence which needed whilewasliin. So slie told i ,,, ,
lie could not p until the fence xtas done, lint it was a Ion;;, bin job fi.; ;,
boy. and Tom knexv 1 lint if he whitewashed that old feme he'd never p, f,si,.
Iny; tha day. And. id course, lishin"; is lots more fun than whitewashing .,
feme, lie didn't dare to run away mid p tisliin. nnyxvay, because if h,. ,,,
his aunt xvould whip him
"ltut Tom thought of a lino scheme. W'lieti liis chum en mo alon- m,
fishinu' pole oxer his shoulder t iisk Tom t- p lishins; ho found Tom very bit v
xvhilexxasliiny; the fence-so busy that lie paid in alleulion to his friend ,.
xvould put oti a little of the whilexvash and then stand oil' and luuk at his w,,:;.
very rarefully and critically.
"'Want to pi lishinu. ToniV i-aid his friend.
" 'Oh. no: said Tom. "This fcin e has to bo done, and only a very, xor.v , ,,,.
fill ,eisi-,u is allow ed to do it. Aunt xvoiildn't trust everybody to do this I. n,
And he went on whitewashing busily.
"'Let me try it. Tom.' said his Irieml. foryol t iii' all about tlshiuy
'"Oh, no,' said Tom; 'I couldn't: My aunt would be very anury if I let
any one else touch this fence.' Hut his friend kept on besipiny; and be-i;in i,,
be alloxxed to do soil f the ;x oi k. and at last Tom agreed to let him m
The other boy pivo Tnui liis best li.shhooU for a chance al Iho fence
"Well, by and by other boys carie. and when they heard how carefully Mi.,
fence had to lie done they all botrp-d for chances tit it. They yave loin t! , n
tops ami their marbles and their lidihooks and everyHiiu;; else ot win,!, iyi
are fond just for chances to do Tom's work for h'lii.
"And Tom J nT sat there in the shado ini.l bossed the job That fence ..t
the best xx liilexx asliinu it ever had-abotit half a dozen coats. think - and T
became ri 'ii And xx hen his aunt came out and saxv how Hue the lc:n c lu.iio j
i-be axe 'l'oic some extra line da intles tor ids lunclicou."
Laying Out Flower Beds.
Why do people plant flowers in
beds? Kveryone does it, and there is
hardly one in a hundred Uiaf knows
why they plant them in beds instead
of singly and scattered or some other
way. They do it because everybody
else does it.
riant inp flowers is a pond deal like
growing whiskers in some ways. Kight
alter the Civil war every man grew
a full beard, because so many of the
reftirniiiR heroes had beards through
necessity that they made whiskers
That's why we plant flowers in beds.
Hecaibe the other fellow did, and tdill
does. Him fortunately there ar" mighty
piod underlying reasons for so doing,
whether vxe understand them or not.
In the fjrst place, the herbaceous or
soft M em mod plains usually look bet
ter in masses, lines or other groups. A
large or continuous mass of color
makes a strong impression upon the ob
server where a few scattered blooms
would be ipiojfd. A single soldier is
unnoticed, but tho marching of a reg
iment, t hi il 1st the very soul. So it is
with flowers, and this cumulative of.
feet is the biggest reason for massing
Perb'tps the only ether immediate al-
th official title cf tloj
The Soejet v
Whnt ia the population of Grorjn.i?
What atates produce asbf-.toi?
(Jeorgia, Idaho, Vermont ami Wvoiti-
Whut yPr was the Gun Francitco
April IS ami IM, pun',.
tree known as the eovw
Yes. If is found in the mountains of
South ami Central A rea. Natives
drink freely of the milk.
the "curfew bell" erigi- i
It is commonly bel evi il to have been
liilrodii-rd in laivjaml by William the
Conipicror. who ord.iineil. under so ,
vere penalties, tlmt when the bell raim
all lisihts and tires should be
How did Joan of Arc die?
She was burned as a witch at Kouen !
May ::o, 1 :l:i
What ia a copperhead?
There U a snake of t hit name. Th
teriii was also applied in ti person who,
while belonging or residing in ti,,'
northern siaies. was y(l ,, ,,,M.tl
Jialhizer Willi secession.
the term "dark horae"
Probably from the pnniie,. ,,f . ertain
Jockeys who by painting a famous hot-v,.
were etiabieil to bring him im,, u,
race under another name, bet large
Ktiins of money ami win the race.
la Woodrow Wilson the first teacher'
to be elected preaident? I
No. liartiehl. Arthur and Clevo!nu,l
I ' 1 " i i. i '.
- Queries and Replies - J
' - - -
xvIiosr terms were In aueeessim,,
all been teachers.
Daddy s Bedtime
oh. very, very naughty! He had sul!.,..
wanted him to do soniothin". for her n,
In tell the beiltinio sbuy to Dxelyn :t
So daddy Mild .lack inl;;ht hear the s,,,v
l?y Prof. John Willd.d Hollr
ternr-.tive would be to scatter them
about over the Javvn as they occur in
nature ;i group of blue here, a singlo
pink there, etc. TIih in nil very -.nil
fur the yard that ia kept in a xiM
t-tat, but it will never d for the tin
bh d city or suburban lot. If makes
a fair. Htr.ooth lawn impossible ami
the combination of natural flower ar
rangements and polished gardening nr.
cespories spoil the effect of each one
As far as possible, the beds sliouhl
be kept at the outer edses of the l.'iuu
lo avoid cutlipr it up and making it
look small. The old-fashioned, formal
beds round, square, star shaped, dia
mond or crescent are not in good
taste noxv, and the lines of the beds
rhoiifd be irregular, although clmrk
defined. This applies to every walk
borders, to a lesser degree.
If it is neooFnary to place stun 11 !
j out in the lawn, the round or oval In d
is probably the best in form and it
s-honld contain low Moxvers. so as not.
to hide the landscape back of it.
Iterjs should be dug deep, thorough
ly fertilized and pulverized, and tin?
edges cut clean and smooth with an
edging tool. The earth should be gen
tly clowned fiom the edges to the en
ter, to provide drainage. Do not plant
the (lowers ho close to tho grass as to
interfere wiih clipping- (lie grass at
! the edge of the lawn about the bud.
VVIicn did Woedroxv VVilnn b-ren-n
.thed t Weclsyan umvcrait ii
I le W ;r; el.- 1,-1 lo !i, It 1 1 -I' .ii .
tor.v ,'nfi! cal economy in Ias
WPio vr-,j the first secretary "f the
department of flgrioulturs '
.Nni'iian .1. c
secrelaiy on ere
Clev e!a ml.
alion of tli
a lsV, lV
Wlirre was VofJrow Vilion bom?
At the Ma Use. :;tauiil"ti. Va . "ii I
Wrs Ciover Cleveland the twenty
fourth president cf tho United Stat'-'
Some eo.e m.iiiii-iin thai be 'ins.'
Mr. CI. e!'i ud's tern.s were not cons,'.'
I. live lie should be considered lis ll'"'
twenty .second ami twenty fourth pres
idents Counting Mr. Cleveland "in
makes Mr. Vi's,., th.. t w -only-sex cut h
presi.bnM ,,f ij, (. nit(., Slates. C.'i'i'
lug him fw b e makes Mr. Wil th"
twenty eighth presuleiil.
Whit is Tr.ijin'a column?
It consists of a Maine and pede.s-t".
ore. ted in
! I I by Hie Ibunan sea.il"
to coicmciiiorate 'J rajaa
Who tne Author ol "ImitaMon "f
The author Is itnktiovvii. II ba been
nllribuled to an Abbot Orson iwhos
exitence Is doubt full. i .lean Jeisea.
the celebrated chancellor of I'liri", flli'l
to Thomas a Kcmpls.
When did Panama detlara it inde
-Nov. I. 1Mm;j.
Whon was Icel-tnd discovered?
lly .Vor.xegian hiefs about Siil.
Whan wa the- Suet canal eon-
It was begun In 1S.V.I and lini-diod In
1 i ; j.
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