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Puzzling to Frenchmen.
English is said to be one of the most
difficult languages for a foreigner to
learn, says the New York Times. The
verbs and prepositions are particularly
puzzling. A professor in Columbia
School of Mines tells of the troubles
of a Frenchman with the verb "to
"I begin to understand your lan
guage better," said my French
friend, M. De Beauvoir, to me, "but
your verbs trouble me still. You mix
them up so with prepositions.
'I saw your friend, Mrs. Berky, just
now. he continued. She says she
intended to break down her school
earlier than usual. Am I right there?"
Break up her school, she must
Cm, yes, I remember; breaK up
"Why does she do that?" I asked.
"Because her health is broken Into.
"Broken down? Oh. yes. And In
deed, since fever has broken up In
her town " "
"She thinks she will leave it for
a few weeks.
"Will she leave her house alone?"
"No; she Is afraid it will be broken
-broken how do I say that?"
"Certainly; it is what I meant to
"Is her son to be married soon?"
"No; that engagement is broken
'Yes, broken off."
"Ah, I had not heard that!"
She is very sorry about it. Her
son only broke the news down to her
last week. Am I right? I am anxious
to speak English well."
He merely broke the news; no
preposition this time."
"It is hard to understand. That
young man, her son. is a fine fellow
a breaker. I think."
"A broker and a fine fellow. Good-
'I never make friends quickly . 1
often wonder why. Some girls do,
Yes," he answered, with enthusi
asm; tnere s tnat jolly Miss Brown:
Is't she the most cordial creature? She
hadn't teen here a week before every
fellow in the place knew her and
"Still," and there was a slight chill
in her voice, "I'm not sure that social
capacity always argrs mental ca
pacity. Don't you like women whe
do clever things?"
'Oh, yes, indeed. There is Miss
Lockson. What smart things thai
woman does; she's what I call a clevei
"Keany: une oi mese tan Dionae
women, is sne not, wnom most men
admire? Well, it is unfortunate to bt
small. Sometimes I think! shall have
to take to wearing French heels."
"Why don't you? Miss Jipson did
she was small, too. By Jove! (esctatlc-
ally), what a gay, pretty little bird
she was! She dressed exquisitely.
Then he wondered why she frozd
utterly and answered in monosyllables
the rest of the way.
And yet men think they understand
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There was a Russian general,
Who proved a warning text:
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IN AN OLD TRUNK.
Baby Finds a Bottle of Carbolic Add
and Drinks It.
While the mother was unpacking an
old trunk a little 18 months old baby
got hold of a bottle of carbolic acid
while playing on the floor and his stom
ach was so badly burned it was feared
he would not live for he could not eat
ordinary foods. The mother says in
telling of the case:
"It was all two doctors could do to
save him as it burnt his throat and
stomach so bad that for two months
after he took the poison nothing would
lay on his stomach. Finally I took him
into the country and tried new milk
and that was no better for him. His
Grandma finally suggested Grape-Nuts,
and I am thankful I adopted the food
for he commenced to get better right
away and would not eat anything else.
He commenced to get fleshy and his
cheeks like red rosea and now h is on.
tlrely well. I
I took him tn TVfatnmnrna r.n a tsit
and everv nlae nr went tn ctv to oat
he called for Grape-Nuts and I would
have to explain how he came to call for
it as It was his main food
"The names of the physicians who at
tended the baby are Dr. Eddy of this
town and Dr. Geo. Gale of Newport, O.,
and anyone can rrite to me or to theia
and learn what Grape-Nuts food will do
for children and grown-ups too." Name
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MAKES WAR HUMANE
A NEWIT - INVENTED SHEIL
WOULD REDUCE FATALITIES.
Ingenious Device of Hungarian Said
tc Produce Sleep Instead of
Death Offers It to
A Hungarian benefactor of the
human race ha3 invented a means for
making war truly humane without its
guilt, and with only 25 per cent, of
mis amiable genius, whose expe
rience of war dates back to the Aus
trian campaigns against France in
1859 and against Ppossia in 1S66, has
hiC he declares, on a solution of the
problem of making military, omelettes
without breaking -eggs.
He ha3 invented a new kind of shell,
which on bursting liberates a gas war
ranted to incapacitate all who breathe
it, without, producing any permanently
serious effects. A single shell of the
kind bursting between the decks of a
warship would convert it into the pal
ace of the Sleeping Beauty; only when
the crew recovered they " would find
themselves laid up in .a hostile port
A regiment thus put out of action
would be none the worse In a few days,
but they would need to give parole not
to fight again, or wars would never
This sounds like a fairy tale, but it
is by "no means scientifically impossi
The inventor is full of confidence
that he can' do what he promises, and
Is now in communication with the Jap
anese government. His national hatred
of Russia, dating back to 1848, pre
vented him from approaching the czar.
to whose pacific tastes such an inven
tion should specially appeal.
If the shells in question prove to be
efficacious as to which one must
await the trials which the inventor is
eager to undertake The Hague con
vention must include a new clause, to
the effect that all combatants once put
out of action are to consider them
selves dead until the end of the war.
In the future army at least one-half
will consist of ambulance corps for the
removal of these inert bodies. More
probably regular armies will be put
down, and there will be a premium on
DEATH ENDS FIENDISH JOKE
Aged Missouri Negro Is Given Fatal
Fright by Mock Preparations
' for Cremation.
John C. Goodlow. an old Missouri
negro, was the victim of a fiendish
practical joke perpetrated by a num
ber of young "bloods", a few nights
All of the participants maintain a
discreet silence about the affair, and
the victim was burled with a certifi
cate from the coroner's jury that death
was due to "natural causes." It has
leaked out, however, that Goodlow
came to his death as a result of tor
tures and torments at the hands of his
white companions in an orgy.
The affair was Intended as a joke.
Goodlow was accused of some imasr-
inary crime and the jokers proceeded
to mete out to him the punishment
which they pretended he deserved.
After tying him with ropes and nail
ing his feet to a board, he was covered
with wood and "shavings and a "kero
sene rag placed near his nose, so that
he would get the smell. A bucket of
water, which the victim was informed
was oil, was thrown over him and
preparations were made to apply the
torch, when the old man suddenly
ceased his cries.
Then the jesting ceased. The jokers
realized their fun had been carried
too far. They removed the debris and
began to untie the negro. When it
was discovered tnat ne was dead ne
was carried quietly away and dumped
in a corn crib .where he was found
the next day.
The tragedy was enacted across the
WINS WAGER; LOSES BEARD.
Expert Locksmith Makes Bet That He
Can Open Safe Loss of Whis
Held fast by his whiskers, a French
man had a sad time of it the other day
at a store in Manayunk, Pa. The
Frenchman,, who is an expert lock
smith, went to the store and offered to
wager any amount he could open the
safe in which the proprietor keeps his
The storekeeper was absent at the
time, but some friend3 who were pres
ent accepted the Frenchman's propo
sition. After working at the door of
the safe for several minutes he threw
It open and pocketed the wager. Then
he slammed the door shut and found
that his beard was caught.
He tried to work the combination.
but the door would not budge, and
even when the sleight of hand "man
offered $5 no one could liberate him.
After remaining on his knees for near
ly an hour somebody took a pair of
shears and cut the Frenchman's whis
kers close to his chin. Then he fled.
DISCOVERY IN ROMAN FORUM
Altar Dedicated to Marcus Curtius,
the Patriotic Youth, Is Found
by Sig. Giacomo Boni.
Sig. Giacomo Boni. the famous arch
aeologist, who is directing the excava
tiens of the Roman forum, has made
what is considered the greatest discov
ry of many years
He came upon a place where, there
was an altar dedicated to Marcus tur-
this, a patriotic Roman youth, who in
362 c- to P'acate tne goas, jumpea.
completely armea, on -norseDac. into
a chasm which had opened In the fo
rum and which the soothsayers de
clared could not be filled except by the
sacrifice of the chief wealth of strength
of the Roman people. After Curtius
sacrifice, tradition says, the chasm im
mediately closed up.
The orifice of the chasm found by
Sig. Boni is formed by 12 large stones,
roughly sculptured. The archaeologist
also found a hole which contained the
remains of sacrifices made In later
years to young Curtius on the altar.
THE CARNEGIE DIALECT.
When H Resorts to the "Brogna"
Andrew Can Get the Best of
Though Andrew Carnegie's English is
ingularly elegant and pure, he has at
his command a weird Scotch dialect, says
the Minneapolis Tribune.
Mr. Carnegie is a student of Scotch
words and idioms. He likes to point out
the oddities and freaks of his native
tongue. Recently, at a dinner party in
Sew York, he saiu to a young woman:
"So vou think you can understand Scots,
eh? tVell, then, ivhat do we mean in
Scotland when we say a person is just
"1 don't know. What do we mean?"
the young woman asked.
"We mean he is a bit of a weed harum
scarum," said Mr. Carnegie.
"A weed harum-scarum? What ia
"It is the same as wowf."
- "But what is wowf?"
"Wowf is nook or sal. That is to say,
A bit by the east. Havers, lassie, ha'e ye
no Scots at all?"
Then Mr. Carnegie laughed and ex
plained that a weed harum-scarum, and
fifish, and wowf, and nook, and-sal, and
by the east all signified one thing, "crazy."
Time Is Up.
A Russian newspaper announces that
the Chinese will astonish the world when
the world least expects it. To meet these
requirements, there- is no need for- delay
ing. Manchester Union.
Half Time in Bed. .
Mount Hor, Ky., May 9. The records
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Mrs. Jacobs tells the particulars of her
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Tom Did she propose to you?
Dick Yes. but it took me about three
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A Treacher who went to a Kentucky
parish where the parishioners bred horses
was asked to invite the prayers of the con
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prayed three Sundays for Lucy Grey". On
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any more. Why, said tne preacner, is
she dead! "Tso, answered the man.
he won the Derby. Wasinngton Post.
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"Yes. the modern navies are always bot
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X. C. S. Almanac for 1004.
The Kansas City Southern Railway
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