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VOLUME XV. NO. 25G.
MARION. OTIIO, SATURDAY EVENING JUNE 8, 1907.
PBIOE TWO CENTS
W. C. T. U.
Devoted to the Interest of Christian and Tempor-
anco Work, Under the Supervision of Francis
WillardW. C. T. U. and Directed by Mrs.
Dr. Dugan,to Whom all Communications
for this Colnmn Should be Sent.
FcaMng tho growth of local option
ernMrtnt, aloon-kTcrcrs of lilma,
Ohio, havo voluntarily decided to
clos". their Tlacoa of tbuslucss on
Sundays. 'Homo Herald of Juno C,
In the suit ot Charles F. Smith,
a tax-payer of Dayton, Ohio, to test
the validity of tho Jones local option
latw, Judgo U. S. Martin today de
cided tihtU. tUio law la constitutional.
n his flcclslou is of wldo interest, In.
nsmuMi ns It establishes tho right to
call -ktal option elections by peti
tion 'Home Horald ot Juno C, 1907.
TonuoranclJ Is growing undoubted
ly, 'lliero are now according to sta
tistics, forty thousand total abstain
ers In the British' Army, whoro grog
wos oto considered Indispensable
nUJli tho lally ration. dXiys of
Youth far June, 1007.
Hon. V, C. Trlcket, wlio lias
wiped oat 1G5 Joints In Kansas City,
Eya tt at eight months ngo ho bo.
llovcd In high license and local op
tion, but now sees the advantage of
conrpkto prohibition. flMio Ohio
M.Sswiiect for Juno 1007.
Judge Artman of Lebanon, Ind.,
In not, the only jadgo that has do
olaroj tho saloon Is a iiu'sanco, an
ouMaw. wro! unconstitutional. Judgo
Christian, ot Nb'ilosvllle, Ind., accord
ing o tho report ot the Chrlstlan
Evanfellst, Was declared a similar do.
oVon fPh'o time Is soon coming
who" evory Judge of honor will do
i Kt') ig3.'w,t tho lj'oncVng tot tho
mm taffo. And -why? Bccguso tho
rum tiafffc i$ a nuisance nnd is nn
conctitutlonalf 1 Is oppo39d to tho
Constitution cf tJn United States of
iAmoi'UU and the Declaration of In.
(lE'per.OonciB. It! Is a menace and do
tftTUctlvo tn tho very foundation prin
ciples of this Government Just read
the piieanYblo of the Constitution of
tho IM'Itqd Statics ami tho Declara
tion o' Ind expend once. These pnlnclp
le3 o;,fiht to h? taujr'it In our public
schools, end' proclaimed from our
piorod pulpits, as safeguards to our
American people ami Institutions.
The frtmbla reads: "We, the pcoplo
of tni United! Stales, In ordor tn
form t more perfect union, establish
Jus'U-c, Iniurq dsnrost'c tranquillity,
provl L or tho common lefoiibo. pro
mote tho gonttral welfare, nnd secure
tho b'esslngR of liberty to ourselves
om1 intcrlty, do orcHln nnd establish
tn!e Constitution" fcr the Wilted
St'ittk. of America." Now read 4ho
Pr-lanCon of Ind'oondoncn nnd bco
If rh? Christian fothcTH and mothers
of thl.t country aro not In tho sumo
tfrpretfert condition, by the Hiloon
power, that tho thirteen Colon'os
'wen mfi'n i"iH DeWirntlon of In
Hlepenii'enco wos doctored, and moro
'Ilo vrVirtf Plro or morn. I Ktrtrd
frt-vm thn piilr't hat tli rum tuaff'e
rrnl'l wot 1) lugnllv jlrcnttt in this
reunify; tlft- It vis ui"onstltiitln'nal
It t' fo, rrhBn( heaven's .hl-di Klrz,
I wti) nr plopo' In mv Jndcmnt for
no doitit vr tucn nicntlonod piW'o
lm1i (ipn pnr,lnrnB' this creat ones,
tlon oh'Jiniatl publl" Hio'r docWonH.
MONTH OF JUNE IS SCHEDULED
-TO FURNISH SOME FREAKISH WEATHER
"Thi weather' Iibjs conio to bo. muoh
inor,e itat a, carnal wplo 6f convcrea
flon tli la miring. It 4s almost a con.
tlwia pet forma nice to tragedy. Kvery
lxidy eeoinB to have lost all confidence
in the official "forecasters" and lias
gene to guessing each ono on hie own
acount feeling that ho cannot poss.
lbly do worao than tJios.0 whoso (bus
iness It Is to 1 uow what tho weather
Is golrs .to di),
A Hot of people are pinning uioir
faith In wcathec predictions on Hicks, seasons of tiho ivhole month; low har
tho S Lpuls astronomer, whoso al- ,ometer 'lnumldlly and exccsslvo heat
imanae for thl year, made up last fall .will bf follower! by vlolont and danger
baa been Jilltitlng the nail on the
head I" a mest remarkable onannar ro-
(Btitly Last nx'iith Hlwks eoemod to
i lie making tno weauier so oiooiy uu
Ihla ii edlottons, inaterlallze notwlth
eta'nUIng the ftct that It vas ono of
.tho moat frealdah months over ox
IpEirlencleid, Ilence Htoke prediction for
June aro wortliy of eonio reopect,
Hlrkti ay3 that June is to bo ono ot
the stormiest montiha oX rooa.t yoairs,
and ci on more freakish than May or
April "photurMfiial perturbations win
rcafcU isomo aort of crisis In earth and
Bky" Ja l.iho way ho ptXta It.
The flrt wtarm paraod wilt extend
(Tho J dg of all tho earth Is going
tn elosr In on the saloon and blot
'it front 'American toil. "All pratec o
Him who reigns nbovo In majesty
mi'pro. e!" Tho angels of lieavcn aro
tuning their gold on Jiarps. Samuel
R. T'Jiko In tho Christian Standard
(Clnelmatl, Ohio) ot Juno 8, 1007.
While serving as police commission
er of New York, President Iloosovclt
was Instrmmentlal In closing tho s.i-
loonb on Sunday. Immediately a
great cry w'eat up that ho was 'at-
fllct'nt; tho ixxr mnn. Ileplylns Mr.
".Many ot tho demagogues who 'havo
denounced us have reproached us, es
pecially fbciaiiso wo took away 'thi
poor man's beer,' and hara annoimc
cxl thai law or no law, tho poor pian
liad j right to his licor on Sundav
If ho wished It. Thcso gentry, vh n
they pTcach such doctrlrno, aro s,ni
ply teaching lawlessness. If tho poor
m'an has a right to broalc the law
so as to get beer on Sunday,
has ii right to break the law so as
lo gi bread on any day. It ! a
good Ctal moro Important to tho poor
man Hint lie should get fed on week
days than that ha should get drunk
on Sui.days. The pcoplo who try lo
teach him that Hio Ins n right to
break thn law one ono day to itako
beer are dolhg their best to prepare
lilm Tor leaking the law soono other
day to take bread.
"But as a t nttcr of fact, all tho
talk about tho law being enforocid
chiefly at tho expense of tho poor
man n tho veriest nonsense and hyp
ocrisy. Wo did not hurt the poor
man a nil. The peoplo -whom wo
ihiirit are rich hmwnra imtl llmim-
bellors who had hitherto onado mon-
oy nnnu over nrst ny violating tho
Sunday law, i.IUi tho corrupt con
nivancy of ilia police.
"Tihero Is small cause tor wonder
that tl'ey ehculd grow hot ivlth nng.
cr whtn they found that wo had tak
en away tho hundreds of tousands of
dollars wlhlrfi they had made by vio
lation of tho law. Thco Is smnll
cause for woner that the'.r nowspnpor
allies should Jmvo troved. liait it is
a wonder that any citizen, wishing
woll t. hla country, should have .been
mlsilci! fcr ono moment by what they
have told. Tho fight (hoy have Wlg
edi was not a fight for tho poor mnn
It wa a ifPsht in the Interest of tho
rich an J uniuiurulous man, who had
been cccustonud to buy Immunity
"As n matter of fact, wo haw
holpenl the poor man, r.nd, notnuly,
wo Jia'vo holpn.1 tho poor man's wits
nnd children Many a mnn who bo-
foro was a'vuHlomcd to Focnd hla
wee'i waives sotting diunk In n
saloon, now e! her imts them up or
takes his wife nnd children for n
day's outing. Tho hoapltals found
tint tl'clr Monday laliars were lcs3.
cned bv nearly ono half, owing to
tho fdtrtllng dlmm'inltlon In rases of
ilhjury dir? to drunken brawls, '"ho
work of tho 1 aglHtratos who sot In
'thfl Hly ccmrt.li for tho trial of
tnValJ offenders wi correspondingly
dccre.i'od.'AH thlh was lirought nil)out
by our flioncrt enforconieirf or Min
,viw "-Fi-m nnd FlI-isfMo hr Miy
from tho 2d to the 7th, beginning with
marked rise ot temporaturo and fall
ing banomtcr end culminating In ne-
eiD tl'undcirsterms, cloudbursts, hall
n probalbly tornidoes.
Thor Is to he another storm period
on tli 0th, 10th and 11th: exceslvo
warmth, oxitreme humidity nnd violent
Ihunder and 'i-'nd storms will char
acterise th'lsi period according to Hicks
Fron- tho 15th to ,(ho 18tHi will bo
rno of tho nuitt "declslvo turmoil"
oii3 lithtnlng storms. In which tho
drs'iruictivo winds will novenso all
Jthcilr Mial direction and blow from
uiywuwu ao overyiwihoro.
una next 3torms will ocour about
tho 22nd and' r-tomblo thoso just men
tioned excepting that there will bo
local ttelugcH in widely separated sec
tions and wind ortlcea of great de
Btruct'veni'ss. mho last of tho June storms will
occur about tho 27th during which
them will be heavy rains wind and
.I'Jmndtr stoniH dally for three or four
days. Taking ."uno thrcaigh Jlloku
'cays there are to Ijo imuuuui volcanlo
dlsturLan'dCB e? rthqunkes, mm spots
aurora! display nut all sort ot freaks
Magnetic cnrtfi currents that Bailors
(.specially had letter pay attention, to.
71(11.1)10 Becrit to portend, for Hicks
Is not tho only weather Bhwrp who Is
i.land-rlng .lu .e. Andrew Jackson Dc-
oe, the weather prophet of Hnckoti.
faok N .1. bus ipread a weather menu
for the Atlantic scalxrard, especially
New Yoik qit-'. that will bring cold
colli fort to tlh's jxjpulaoe of the east.
This I' lils bill of faro for tho mouth.
MANY MARION PEOPLE
It Is surprlH'ng to ic.iIUo (how many
peopl of Minon nio unacquainted
with ccn the s-lmplcst and common-
rat rulos and uis'onis of the postal
Horvli-e'Tho irtldcnts which happen
("ontlni'ally at iho lqcal postnfflec, the
Innuirtrable ridiculous (iiicilcs which
tho clerks at the windows answer, If
all printed In took ivonld make a
good many people alt up nnd wonder
what It .wroiii with our educatlonul
One of 'Iho . iost stirpilslng facts
that In this loniicctlon Is thoio aro
omo ipcoplo who do not som to know
Uioy aro supposed to buy tfamps and
Y. ffl. C, A.
The nim ot the pliy-unl (kuait
inent of the tmiK Men's I'hr.btinn
Ashocintiou l'. t U clop I'Iijih-uI
ISIIicicncy. Hy t'lns i meant tho cn
incity for woik nnd ciijuymeiit. 15o
a m.in'h woik what it mki the aim
is to help him to be inoio l"'t for
that woik, or t least to enable him
to keep a lu'li degiee of elliciency
to tin advanced nije.
If n man is doing brain woik he
does not need n viist nmoiiuL of
'l)li.VWcni;tteii;tli with largely do
veltfped inliseles. -Uul lie does need
bodily 'vior and jt"oil health. A
mini can't do hi. bfht woik if he
luiri pfxir health.
llenlth is ovctned by naluial
laws. An uitliiiiliial in ill health
has disobeyed some ono or imne of
One of t'.ic lawsi of health, nnd
ono very often unheeded, is that
tho muM'h's muit hae excieho.
Civilt7nti(iu ha k elmiijoil coinli
tions tlmt most people do not fjet
siilllcient cvercite from tlfir lejit
lnr occupation. The V. M. C. A.
Kyninasium meets thn need.
Xo matter what a man' occupa
tion may he he can profit hy tho
iij;ht kind of cxmrNo im iccien-
tion. kven u dav Inlioicr. bv takutir
a fow iniuuti'h udiixintr eeieie
dal-'y to limber up the stillenod
joints, fiimulntu the blood flow and
TRAINED NURSE TREATING A NEW YORK SCHOOLGIRL.
Tlia physical ns well as tho mental wolfaie of tho pupils under Its chnrgB
Is tho euro of Iho New Yoik city boaid of education. Trained muses aro em
ployed to look nfter tho children nut only In tho school bulidlngi", but nt their
homes also. Infectious and coutnglous diseases nio especially guarded against,
nnd the liiHnnltnry condition of many homes In the poorer (pinners necessitates,
constant vigilance on the pnit ot the nurses and the physicians of the educa
tional dppartniPiit lest (hlldtoii well caied for nt homo contiaqt Ills for which
llielr patents cannot liu blamed. Tinclioum, that diended eye dlseaso of tho m
luigranti is carefully looked for by tho school authoilttes, and its slbteat
symptom In u pupil calls for drastic treatment, , . .
Jtinu 2 to 7 Moderately warm.
Jain) 8 Vor' heavy thunderstorms,
followed ly falling temperature.
.Iitne ft to 11 Coldest summer
uathcr for1 ninny years in Juno, but
too cloudy for frost, though almost
cold c tough to snow.
June 12 to 16 Pleasant.
Juno lG-AVhrm. showery.
June 18 to 22 Pleasant.
J tin 23Wann ad showery.
Juno 21 Hoiy thunderstorms.
.Inn". 23 to 1'7 Very cold for stunner.
OF POSTAL SERVICE
plana them on tlu!i letters and pack
nges TJioy know they aio exprctcd to
pay for p-osse but instead ot buy
ing stamps at the window', they wrap
a sh(t of paper around whatovor
they wish to mall and put tho ro-
qulicd money Inside.
"Ilo't's someone that wants to sond
f. nm.cnnl and didn't know whoro to
jput tho 3lnnip" wild a clerk at tho
local off.ee reeJiitly, cxihlbltlng a post
card -ttlth tissue paper wrapped
urotini It. A nenny was on tho In
sldo. "Of iS)ray all I havo to do Is
lo get the rttesmry stamp and put
It on the cord, but It caused lots ot
Ks.,iiiatioii, would be greatly ben
efitted. MachinistH nnd men of kindicd
iieciipatinn, if thc.N do nothing to
ronnlciaot the eJl intluenew of
their woik,' become tit t in move
nii'iil, hollow cheated, lound slioul
dcieil, inelllcieiit nnd old before
To tho business mnn physical
timu'liK is of the utmost Millie.
UncicNo and 'ieeie.it ion adapted to
hi- put liculnt needs- sti etches tho
ligaments nnd lendoiw (thus mak
ing him easier in nil his inoe
nients); br'ugs into vigoimw ac
tion the hfcntUjand litug-f, ami .stim
ulates all the -vita! f (motions. ?Qine
of the ibiihipsrmpii o?tlie city have
been icfrulai uttoiulnnt.s of the gvni
iiiiHium for cars' and ay they
would not n'nis it u. They find the
time spent Ii that '-way lns laie
dividends in the incieascd capacity
However, the neglect lo tnko pro
per PNeici-e i not" the only eauso
for phyhip.il inebilUy. 'Wiong linb
iUs of eating, di inking, bathing,
slprping mid thinking have n lnrse
pait to play 'n men's 'ill health. An
cffoit is theiol'oie made to instuiet
nieinhors along thesp lines and to
induce thpni to lie hygipiiic lix n-j.
Tn (oii'lusion. then, tho aim is
not lo develop nthli'ies as jhpIi, or
lUhttrs. oi ppii iiiu.st'lp, but to
help each individual to hepoino
healthier and moiu ill for whatcier
woik lie ha to do fur a liielihood
mil to Piiablp him to gel at least n
'tan dejjiw of enjoyment out of
Many Women Have
With Pe - ru
''V" JllllllPll ' i Mrs. DonlolPassmore.WeHand, Ontario, Can., writes: ?
' 4's wl '' "VT three years I was severely nllllctcd with atom-
jWg&Zy' i' ) ici roMftc, and for days at a tlniol could not cat nny-c
" MgKJJ&Mii, . . (thing. I grow thin lu ilesb, had lieaduches and was tho s
lj Mjjj&--- wtmk ' I "' wn'' ntto"dutI y Ihroo doctors, but got no good
wiW- S' iWsl "1,,llltt"y I began tho tiso of Poruna. I soon noticed
lwW -iWYMiP ,in ,mProvemi,lt aml after tislug throo bottles, I was ?
WimK Zpft r-- '' WM able to relih a moal, In fact, could eat anything, S
iv el? ' $Ws'li$$ "'O'day I fed well and strong. I consider that Pom-
t aSj g$h WWJ 'mm I D!l lms savi,i "' ,,fu anJ 1 8l,all always pralso it."
MRS. ALICE BRADLEY. IMitAtlM VS4 ' WsMM
Mrs. Allco JSradloy, Tliorold, Out.,
"Two years ago I bocamo weak and rundown
and ns tlmo passed I grndunlly failed until a year
ago, when I experienced a stroko of paralysis,
which affected ono sldo and 1 was h;lplen.
"I called In professional inedlral treatment, but
steadily grew worso,
"I had decided I nover would rleo again fiom mv
bod, but, when J'cruna was brought to mo and nftor
having taken four bottles of it, I was ablo to bo out
mid a wonder to mysolf and friends.
"I consider I'orunn a great blowing to the aflllctcd.
I may add that my daughter has also usud l'oruna
nnd has licen blessed with renewed health. I believe
ruruna saveu our lives."
Clean Up Once a Year.
CliKAXINO up the body ill tho spring
it, a duty ororyono owes tohlniHolf.
1'aco powders may hido a rough skin,
but Poruna helps to produco a sltin that
need not bo hidden.
Tho sourco of good blood is good di
gestion. Poruna aids digestion.
Thoao pooplo who havo regular bodily
functions havo n clear and dollcatoMktn.
Poruna helps to rcstoro theso function.
Most skin deformities depond upon
systemic derangements', which cannot
be corrected by locol treatments.
Poruna Is a systemic remedy, reorgan
izing mid regulating tho w hole body.
WISCONSIN SOLONS FINALLY
ELECT A SENATOR.
Successor to Spooner Is Well-Supplied
with Worldly Goods Served
Three Terms In Congress
Sketch of His Career.
Madison, W1b. Isaac Stephenson of
Mailnetto, niultl-nillllonalto, nnd piom
Inont in political and llnanclul elides
of Wisconsin for moro than half 11
century, has been olectod United
Stutcs senator to fill tho unev
plied teun of John C. Spoonor. which
ends In March, 1009, aftqr o. piolongcd
The now senator Is neatly 78 years
old nnd most ot his llfo ho ban spqjit
in Wisconsin. Ho knows tho Undgor
state notii Its peak In I.ako Superior
lo Its huso In lower Lake Michigan.
Ho knows Its pcoplo, their families In
(Wisconsin Man Who Will Fill Un
expired Term of Senator 8pooner.)
many Instances, nnd their histories.
Mr. Stophonson Is no tyro lu mat
ters loglslntlvo. Ho faorvod thico toinw
In tho lowor houso ot congicss, begin
ning lu 1S82, and gained dining that
tlmo a thorough knowlpdgo of what
ono needs to bo and not to bo if ho
would lopresonl his stato well and
niccessfully. Ho lived saernl yeara
at thu lObbett house tn Washington,
and used to coino In close contact
dally with tho Into William, MoKlnley,
who as a representative, figni Ohio
TOGA TOR STEPHENSON
URGENT THAN HOUSE CLEANING.
Discovered That a Course of Treatment
- na Cleanses the System of the
Accumulations of Winter.
Mis. X, p. Lawlor, ia'sN. Broadway,
"Last spring I caught .1 severe cold
which developed into n serious case of
catarrh. I felt w oak nnd sick and could
neither eat nor sleep v ell.
a memiicr or our elui, who had neon
cured of cntarrh through the use of
Peruna, advised me to try it und I did
"I expected help, but nothing liko tho
wonderful change for the better 1 ob
served almost us soon as I started tak
"In threodays 1 felt much hotter, nnd
within a week I was woll.
"I continued taking the entlro bottle
put up tor yoais at tho sanio ancient
Senator Stophcnsou Is a many sided
mnn. Ho Is a banker, a lumberman, a
promoter of great Industilcs, a fann
er, a jnchtsmnn, a flsheuunn, n dovo
tco of out-of-doois siioi ts such ns
horso iacln', nnd n philosophical man
tit affairs. Ho believes In churches,
though not himself a member of any
denomination. Ho lias contributed
thousands of dollais to Ilomiiu Catho
lic, Kplscopal, Piesbjtcrlan, Method
ist nnd otlici lcllglous societies. Ho
has built new church edifices it ml
hnilht linlfifiv rhlninR irnlnTn
Tho bulk of Mr. Stephenson's fur-l
tuno of $10,000,000 was mado In luni
hoi. Ho was ono ot tho ploneeis In
tho upper hike, region to assail tho vir
gin foiests with n and saw and to
ship tho manufactured product In sail
ing boats trom Marlnotto. Uscaunba,
'lat Uock, Monomlnco und othor con-
teis of sawmill Industry to tho great
port of Chlcngo.
Mr. Stephenson was bom Juno IS,
lb29, In Yoik county, nenr tho city of
Ficdcilckton, N. II. His father wns
ot Scotch-lilsh oxtuicllon. nnd his
mother was n natUo ot England
Of tugged health and ablo to meet
all sorts of hnidshlp. joung Slophen
son nt 18 was n slvfootor nnd over
Ho could hnndlo n ennt-hook, poavey
and plko polo with nny oxpeilonced
logging boss on tho Menominee or Ks
canab.i ilvois, and that was somo
thing. When 21 jents old Stophonson
was bossing logging ciows. In sum
mer ho sailed tho lakes and cart led
boaid, lath and shingles to Chlcngo
In sclioonors and luggois. In tho sum
mer of 18511 ho had a.contiolllng In
toiest In tho Schooner Cleopntin,
which was lost that year in u feniful
gnlo a mile or so olf of Chicago. In
1848 ho accompanied Jofforton Sin
clair and Daniel Wells to tho flrBt pub
lic fenlo of land In tho uoithein penin
sula and assisted In pm chasing huge
tiaets foi a nominal cost, l.ntor these
lands produced millions in nionoy for
In 18C8, when only 20 years of ago,
ho bought a quartor luteiost In tho
mill owner by tho N. Ii. I.udlngton
company, n cmporntlon fatlll In uxlst
cute. This wu3 tho basis of his
great foituno, for within ton yeais
lie had mado oer half a million dol
lars, nnd was In sight of soveial mil
Mr, Stophonson Is tho largest stock
liohjer In the. Stephenson National
Health and Complexion, Strength and Beauty
Depend Upon Clean Blood and
and within two weoks I was in flno
"Peruna a wonderful medicine,"
Mr. Leo King, It. 1 D.No. 4, Farmers
"My health has boon hotter gonorally
Un spring and summer than it has boon
for four yoors and I havo w orked nearly
"I suffered with dysentery and bowel
"Your remedy also cured my wife of
"I wlxli ou continued biiccoss with
your great medicine, Peruua."
bank of Marinette "e owns several
largo farm-, among thorn bolng ono
nenr Mailnotte, nnother soven miles
1101 th nul up ilNer, and a third of 000
acres near Kenosha. Mr. Stephenson
with otheis own tho big paper mills
boiderlng tho rlvor at Mailnette. Tho
Marlnotto Croesus nlso has oxtcnslvo
possessions in tho far west and In tho
Canadian count! y. Ho owns 11 steam
bargo and soveial smaller boats and
also a Mini stonin yacht, tho Honlta.
Mr. Stephenson has boon married
threp times, first in 1852 to Margaret
Stepliciibnn Tour children, now liv
ing, camo of this mnrilago. In 1873
ho mauled Augusta Anderson, and
llirco chlldien, two gtils and n boy,
woio born of hor. In 1S83 he wedded
Elizabeth limns of fireon Hay, and
one son blessod this uulen.
Growth of Esperanto.
From Brcslnu writes Consul II. T.
Spchr about tho spread of Cspcianto:
"American njauufacturois and dealers
should make uso of this medium in
l heir campalgus for trado with foreign
countries. Tlieio nro Esperanto giouta
In tho 24 leading cities of Gennnny and
nox ones nro forming. There nro In
tho w 01 Id about 425 groups, besides 60
tindc or bcloultllc organlzitlons, whoso
membeis cither nro all Espernntlsts, or
uso Espcianto when writing to a mom
bor in nnother couutiy. Fourteen peri
odicals aro pilnted wholly In Esper
anto, 17 paitly and ID woll-known Jour
nals doioto moro or less space tc
A West Sldo klndcignrteii tcachor,
bofoio explaining suuriso and, sunset
to her class, questioned tho little onos
to got their own Ideas on the subject.
"What becomes ot tho mm at night,
Willlo.'" slio asked.
"God takes It up Into lioaven," was
tho piompt icsponso,
"Why can't wo Soo It shining
through thon?" bioko in n llttlo girl.
"'C.iuBO Ho puts it behind Ills
back," cxplnlnod Willlo.
Danner In Being Too Good,
Jimmy W'nt alls jor? Yor don't
go In fur no fun nt all nowadays.
Tommy No; I'm boln' good. I'm
gnln' to havo a birthday soon an' I
Want tor got n prosont
Jimmy Hotter bo keorful an' not be
too goyd or niobbo thny won't glvo yor
nothln' but a BIblo. Philadelphia
Pross. . . .
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