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ARIZONA WEEKLY REPUBLICAN: PHCENIX, THURSDAY. FEBl
A DaFenseless Woman
Shot by a Pima
Six Miles South of Town
The Condition of tho Victim
Hor Blood Dripped Down Upon tho
Hoaciof Hor Babj Which Lay
Asleep In Her Lap.
Work wits brought to tho city Tues
"day afternoon of nn Indian outrage
committed about six miles eouth of tliu
city jeeieiday afternoon. The victim
ia h Mr.'. Simpson wbn lives in a tit
witli bur husband anil children nenr
where the old Maricopa road crosses
About two o'clock accompanied by
her fourteen-year-old on, a four-year-old
daughter and ear r vine a baby in
then thoy have been offering entertain
ment to ninn aim perunps hi uea-i wiiu
tlu niHiisiiru of hiUTCB.iwhic.il iniL'lit bti
supposed to attend the restaurant busi
ness in n town so thronged with visitorB
iiB l'hwnix has been.
Tim lensor of the dininif room. Mrs.
MrVov, who conducts the lodeine de
partment herself recently concluded to
make certain changes in the exterior
appearance of the house and these pros
pei live changes were so comprehensive
that they were likely to affect the entire
ground "tloor plan, not excepting the
Contractor Gray, who had taken the
job of remodeling the house, was on
hand yesterday morning with his a--instant
and the work of reformation
was begun. Messrs. Ackers and Moore
describe it as a work of destruction
Doors were removed, windows torn out
and new and striiniro holes were cut in
the adobe walls. A protest was entered
bv the leasees, but it had about tt much
elleit as the prayer of an unrighteous
man for rain when the wind is in the
They called on Justice Kinciid
through their attorney, Juilra Wood
ward, for some sort of nn injunction to
s'op the improvement. Later thev de
termined to make a criminal case of it
and caused the arrest of Mrs. MeVey as
the instigator of the architectural revo
lution, mid Contractor Gray and his as
Bocatec. Joseph Millard, L Uechter
I ami J. Kosrh, as aider?, comforters and
The case went to trial latn yesterday
afternoon. There was nothing mono
tonous about the ovidenco. On tho
lu .......i uliu t. no vi.l.m. ... n
i .. ... .1... . .. i n. ............ it... fni.iu rolntoil liv tlin nlnin
iyf woou some uisiance irom me lem wiieu wuuu - ...-. ........ ,.....-
J J the nuison nas approached hv a Puna I till" and defense presented a pleasing
Sf Indian, lie climbed upon the wagon vaiieiy, too pleasing, perhaps for the
,M and asked Mrs. Simp-on font drink of lndgo anil jury wno mm to level me
Hilly Hiiriace ot evidence ami iriuiuiunu
it into a dead level plain of truth. The
case is still pending.
and asked Mrs. Simpson for a drink oi
water from a canteen lying on the
wagon. Sim told him it was empty and
he immediately drew a revolver and
began tiring at her. The first shot
plowed beneath the skin on the left
shoulder, the second struck her in tho
back and two others whizzed by her
oar. Her son jumped from the wat:on
and ran away and the Indian soon after
left the wagon having evidently emp
tied his revolver. MrB. Simpson felt
no immediate pain and did not know
that slit) had been struck until she
saw her blood dripping down upon
her Imtn 'a head. She soon became
helples" and was found by a paier-by
who took her to the nearest house.
.A messenger was dispatched to tho
city after Dr. Dameron and to inform a
Dr. Datreron liur-
Ranges In tho
What the Field and Farm
Say of the Industry In
Salt River Valley.
justice of the peace.
TIim following from the Field and
Farm, Denver, February 18, will be of
ried to the Bcene of the outrage and interest to pen-ons living in the ball
found the woman in a critical conili- Hiver valley nwl will also convey tui
tion. Tim second Bhot had entered the uort ant information 1 persons con
back just below the left shoulder blmle, ' , . ,. i,; . ,.,: i ,,.
had ranged upward .,! . emerged o, lT .H X. oi t. c Salt Uiver
top of the shoulder. In ts conri-e it '...,..,, ,.',, ..iii,, i.,i ...,v tn
ha'd grazed the lung so that e,e tl.ere " ' '' fj '' fj t?i "'' a b .
no other source of danger the possib.l-, J. J, , J , J, , Jls of
ity of an acute attack of pneumonia , aremi.de yearly in tho various
stone w.ull:-? the chances of sur . ",,., uf ?t,e riUtle UAm.
Tival ngalnst her. J There are thoitMiuls o! head of beef cat
Shu had already lost a great deal of , ... , ... ... ,., ,, ,i, ,.. ,,.,
4 . i i iiu uitiiit:i(' ui"Tii iiuii niv- ,,... i
Dioon ami mere were nesine evidences , f,,,,i in, t.mrknt. nn ti,
Tiie beef thus fattened
price in tiie innrKt anu
... ,. . . . , . 1 fill Ull'l niiint'
of internal hemorrhage so that the doc-, . , , .
tor was inclined to fear that she might . MnKe rt llKl, prjc
I is fat superior to thv corn-fed ar icle of
mrs. Bimp'on sain inai sue wa-j not, ,. ,- ,, ..i,. ,,.: n,
greatly fngiitened at the muideious in-1 terril()rv-nrf. r0p,ieIors of fieldn here
iMilunt unit uriin nlitirtt nwl a ia tviiu tint . ' ..
........w. ... ?.. ,,, ttie alt Hiver valley, nnu Pe-Kies
euilering from the decree of nervous f j , , , J t1PV purchase
prostration vliu-h misht reasonab.y , Xmau.r owners who'l.nvo not
have be. n expecled. I p,101.h lo ,,rlV( ,.ff l0 ,,abUire and they
The Indian is well known by surht by i . , ,,. ... ',. ,,i;
the settlers in that locally and the ,''"""" ' """,:.',:' ," '' J
- 'i liiiiii. iiii-iii a li ill i ii,ii( imi-iiii rr
is contlned principallv to the valley,
husband f the uunniled woman shears
that at first sight of him he will trans
form htm into a good Indian.
There will be no difliculty in locating
him, consequently news of a sudden
death among ilio I'ima's may be daily
The I'imas from tho earliest times
have bcon friemlly toward their white
neighbors so that this apparently un
provoked and murderous attack upon a
defenseless woman can be accounted for
only upon the supposition that the In
dian misunderstood her answer to his
request for a drink of water.
Bellovod to bo tho Men Who Held up
n San Bernardino Saloon.
the oii'side range being limited. Hut
the great ranges in other parts of the
'territory, in 2s ew Mexico anil in old
I Mexico, grow iliotisaiidt of cattle em h
, year which can lie brought to the Salt
' 'Hiver valley and finished to mutual ml
v.intnge. On the ranges cattle can bo
i grown much more cheaply than inn
betlei developed district like our ow n
This gives cattle nnrly full grown ai a
very low price, so that feeder can
make a hand-ome prolit on them. R
alfalfa fields are increased hereabout
still greati-r numbers of beeves enn In
handled, and a' shipping facilities are
made better they can be handled to
still gi eater advantage.
"An alfalla patch near l'hcenix, Ari
zona, of ten apre3(rpattiir 'wentj-tive
head of stock, besides cutting from it
Last Wcdnesd.iv niirht two masked
men went into tho M. A 0. Saloon kept I two ,nr-', stacks of hav
by Jim Murray at vnn Bernardino, held
up the twelve occupants of the plac, '
made them stand with their faces to
wall hands up while they proceeded t ,
rako in the capital of a crap game a
faro layout and a wheel. The 10V
bers secu-ed altogether $1,500.
A gentleman who arrived in l'hcenix
yesterday, speaking of the affair said
that it is not doubted in Sin Bernar
dino that the robbers were Kvnns and
Soiling. This suspicion has, however, I
been Mippressed in the local papers by
the nushoriliea who, tho ceutlemai
said, when ho left San ISermudino were
on a hot trial of the most noted tiam
lobbers in existence.
THE PHCENIX MINE CASE.
Suporlntondont Gllllneham In
poaranco for Contempt.
Tho contempt feature of the cne of
Walter Talbottvs tho I'hienix Mining
company was before the district court
W. 11. Gillingham, the superintendent
oi tho mine, charged with removing.
ana selling certain machinery
Ilusr the Klnjr of Atr!"t,i Celebrated
tlio Drcnt llolyilay.
Abyssinia is so far away and tho very
name sounds so barbarous that wo are
apt to forget that it is a Christian land
and the Abyssinians 'arc all Christians
of a rather peculiar kind, however, if
wo may judge from the way they keep
M. Castrioni, an Italian olllcer, who
recently visited the court of King Mcn
clclc, of Abyssinia, thus describes what
"The preparations for tho Christmas
festival began about three days before.
From all parts of tho country tho chief
tains loyal to Mcnelolc were gathering
1 to the court, accompanied by bands of
. followers and bringing with them a
j number of cattle and other commodi
ties. Each arrival was signalized by a
loud beating of drums and yells of wcl-
The proceedings are against , coc; .,. . , . .
vii vyiiiiaituiict evi; nui iii'iiuiun mb
on his throne, a crown on his head and
two young and tamo lions on each sido
of him. The nobles presented them-
which lay under an attachment In favor
of the plaintiff, and in disobedience to selves one by ono and Unelt before him.
an injunction issued by tho court. The He received them graciously, motioning
afternoon was taken up with evidence with his hand for them to rise. Then n
in i no caso anu the arguments were DC- number of slaves entered, bearinir nlat-
gun but not concluded. The case waa
continued to Monday. In the mean
time Superintendent Gillingham en
tered into a peraonal recognizance for
AT A STANDSTILL,
tors of raw meat cut fresh and warm
from cattle just tlain and bowls of tho
fermented preparation which to tho
Abyssinian is .the equivalent for wine.
."The king was first served, a kneel
ing sinvo holding a platter in his ex
tended hands whl e his majesty ate.
"Then the others fell to, and tho
meat soon disappeared. The supply,
Improvements however, was abundant, and promptly
"Shortly before midnight a score of
female dancers filed in and began tho
favorite dance of Abyssinia. The king
and his nobles looked on, the chieftains
with frenzied applause, tho king with a
maudlin, half-dignified nod.
"How it all ended I know not, for I
E. A. Ackers and his partner, Frank withdrew. I heard afterward, however,
Moore, both colored, slopped the wheels that the drunken king turned his lions
of progress yesterday with a "chug." loose among tho poor dancers for the
These parties more than a month ago amusement of his noble audience, and
leased tho dining room of the Williams that wveral of the girls were badly
house for a time indefinitely described S?,, iw,'
. .. , , . ,, , , ever, did no moro serious injury."
by "as long as they wanted it." Since
Succeedod by a Mazy Law Suit
Into Criminal Proceedings.
FOR THE CHILDREN.
A lU-antlrul niillilliiR That Will Ito t
World's I'ulr l'caturo.
Tho Children's building at the Colum
bian exposition and tho attached creche,
as it is called, will bo places of great
Interest as well as of much valuo tc
mothers. Although tho plan is borrowed
from France, it is to be hoped that the i
experience of tho good ladies will' ba I
very different. During tho Paris ex
position of 1889 mothers took their in
fants to tho creche and loft them in caro
of trained nurses while they wandered
about the grounds, and when the ex-:
position closed tho appalling fact waa
published that about 3,000 infants had
been, abandoned and left to tho mercies
of the creche.
THE CI11LDHKN S I)UH DING.
Foundlings are happily not so abun
dant in Chicago n.s in I'.uis but if there
ehould bo any thoy will tl:o the usual
course to tho city charities. Tho creche
at Chicago, however, will be only a
minor adjunct to tho Chil'iron's build
ing, in which all kinds of gsmes will be
in progress. Expert kiiider-artuera will
deliver lectures on foreign countries,
illustrating with stereopticon, and then
the children will bo taken in classes to
tho section of tho grounds vhcro the for
eign country is represented. In the
nursery all tho latest imptoveiacnls in
dressing, feeding and gem-rally caring
for child) en will bo practicid, and thero
mothers may learn much that is valua
ble. Georgo Cary, a Buffalo architect,
drew tho plaus for tho building, which
is an adaptation of tho parnco of Fran
cis 1, in Paris, and tho entire structure
is 00 by 150 feet. Tho general form is a
long rectangle, with a projecting wing
at each end, theso wings inclosing u
wide open court beforo the main en
trance. Tho great object was to secure
abundance of light and air for each
room. The main structure is but one
story high nnd the wings but two, and
on top of the former is to be a broad and
airy roof gaidcn, well secured, on which
the children can disport t'.iemselves in
safety. Thero will bo reci iving, dress
ing, "bathing and dining rooms and
everything to make life p'.oasant for the
little ones. There will also bo a phys
ical training section and many other
feature borrowed from the most suc
cessful institutions iu Euro; nnd Amer
ica. A ClluipuA of Old London.
Mr. II. C. Richards lectured in the
English metropolis tho other evening on
"London's 1 ,500 Years," and among other
things said: "If you see, as yon occasion
ally may, a little party wandering about
curiously poking nnd prsjig into old
corners armed with Baedeker or Hare,
wanting to get into closed churches (a
standing shame) and asking where are
ancient monuments whicn had been
swept away by greed and uvnrice, they
are sure to bo American, not English.
Londoners were hopelessly ignorant of
tho streets in which they stent tho best
portion of their busy lives.
"How few whoever stood orsoughtad
mitsion to tho privuto doorway of tho
Mansion honso pictnred or thought of
thosceno of 1,500 years ago-ttho deep
and winding valley comiiif, down from
Bread street, clad with villa gardens,
and tho littlo colony of Roman rulers
nnd traders overshadowed and protected
by tho green bastion of a Roman fort.
The north wall and ditch extended east
ward for nearly half a mile, and a great
er opening lay to the west for Watling
street, auother to tho north for Ermyn
street, and a straight road passed the
market plaeo in Eistchejp and went
down to London bridge. I tho Roman"
could but return today they would hard
ly recognize their old l'ako fort, tho city
of 400 acres, and, with the -sception of
DECIDING A BET.
lint Thpy Didn't Scoin o Agrte A flu
"Is the cditoi fn?" inquired ono of tho I
two callers. ;
"Which editor:" said tho man iu tho j
"Tho one that answers questions." i
"What kind of questions'?" I
"Why, it's this way: We'vo got a
littlo bet, and wo have como hero to de
cide it. Wo want to know whether
theN was ever a United States ship of
war that camo up tho Mississippi river."
"Cruiser, you remember," put in the
other man. "Ocean vessel belonging to
the regular United Statc3 navy. That's
what we're betting on."
"Certainly. Straight United States
nav;rl vessel. Ship of war. That's tho
Let. I say there was."
"And I say thero wasn't. Regular
United States cruiser, now. That's tho
point wo want ssttled."
They had raised their voices to n high
pitch already, and tho man in the chair
referred them to tho files, and said that
if they would consult tho papers printed
about tho middle of last May, when tho
great Memphis bridgo was dedicated,
they would bee that somo kind of naval
vesbel had gone up tho Mississippi river
us far as Memphis anyhow.
They pounced on the files with tho
eagerness of a boy digging fishworms.
"Here it isl" exclaimed, after some
tcarch, tho onn who had spoken first.
"It's in tho paj er of May 13. 'Memphis'
Great Bridge.' That's tho headline
Urn-let's se. Hero it isl I knew it!
'Tho Conjord, gayly bedecked with stars
and stripes, mqved down tho stream.'
That's tho name of tho ship. Tho Con
cord! I remember it perfectly. Satis
lied now? I'll troublo you for that fivo
"Holdonf" exclaimed tho other, be
ginning now an investigation on his own
account. "Let's look a littlo further.
Ahl Here's it littlo moro about it in tho
paper of May 10. 'T,ho United States
steamship Concord' that doesn't say it
was an ocean cruiber, does it? 'may visit
Cairo and St. Louis.' Let's see 'draws
seventeen feet' do you call, that a great
war steamship? 'This will be the lirt
naval vessel of any description that has
visited tho upper Mississippi muco tho
war.' See? Nothing lmt an old tubl
Do you suppose"
"Going to get out of It that way, ai
"Get out of what! Didn't we agree to
"Do you see that gentleman sitting
opposite?" said ono man in a cable car
to his next neighbor.
"I can make him pull his watch out
of his pocket and consult the time
without saying u word to him."
"You know him, perhaps, and have
it arranged that he shall do so on a
certain signal from you."
"Xo. I never saw him before in my
"Well, then, I don't believe you can
"I have five dollars to say I can."
"I have a five to say you can't."
"It's a bet, is it?"
The other man waited a few mo
ments, until the glance of the man re
ferred to fell on him, and then, with
much deliberation, he drew forth his
watch and looked at It.
The man aeross the aisle saw the
movement and instantly lifted his own
watch from his vest pocket.
Tho man who had bet he wouldn't
handed his five-dollar bill over without
a word, and as the other took it he re
remarked: "It never fails. Look at your own
watch and it is as catching as yawn
ing. Try it yourself on somebody."
Two oil C'liaunrey.
Here are two stories about Cliaunccy
A trump who was given a dinner by
a kind woman started nt it voracious
ly, wben she stopped him and said: "In
this family it is always the custom to
invoke the divine blessing before
meals " "Well," said the tramp, "me
and Chauncey Depew always talk ibesl
after we've ei."
I saw a letter some time ago written
by the secretary of the national board
of undertakers, who were about to
hold ti convention at llulfalo, asking
Chauncey Depew for reduced rates iu
consideration of their large numbers.
It was written on paper headed with
the title of their weekly publication,
the ShronJ, and concluded in these
wordA "If you should bee fit to grant
our request we shall be happy to exer
cise toward you professional reciproci
ty." Detroit Free Press.
, JJi-. L'ruii'K i i.tvo, . . """
, ,fc "tr4c.4
Of Perfect purrty
Oi great strength
Economy in tk.... .
riavor as aei-catc.
and deliciousiif as the fresh frjt
r " wood
v "'ana j.
INDUSTRIAL AND STATISTICS.
Pexxsvi.va.via prln . s m,ir,
than any other state m tt unna"'5'"
It is estimated tint .
goods are manufacture',
Ovkii 003 varieties uf ,
to exist 400 in Abia an 1
the receiving reserv r. .,f t fr
ton aiiueuui-i, iiavt- a juint .apaa-j
1,180,000,000 gallons '
TllERn are two liundnai thnusa..
employed upon the twoou iom 1
sanu papers puonsnea in Ammox
j viicul iiuuiui in, irii MPHn-JlI
wood lands was2,4's mi a.-rw u It,
1 ' acwj
estimated tha' ther Wc
more orange '"fh in let-
and it increased t
this year in California 'ruo p.a ,
last, which will give a brtunacatfj
increase than if it were ..uteduicJ
A KICII strike of g.ild i rpportai
have been made In tho firandfajp. j
tnc Uotorauo, scventj mJcs i
Tlagstaff, A. T., and tho ivoo-u '
the San Juan placer digging nitwtid
to be rich also.
Even the doctor, accustomed as ho
was to all sorts of sights, could not
heln but notice that the girl with
"Do Volt Inean .o t.iy 1 haven't proved i brown hair and blue eyes looked abso-
that a United States war vessel came up
the Mississippi? Hand over that
"Haud it over yourself! Didn't I bet
that no reguL-ir o'-ean cruiser"
"Isn't a cruiter a war vessel?"
"Yes, but n war vessel isn't necessa-
lilv a cruisor. Just you stick to tho bet I"
"You bet that noregular United States j
ship of war ever i-aiiio"
"And itdnws seventeen feet! Call.
tb.it a regular United States ship of war?
I fell you no great ocean cruiser could
get over the bar at tho mouth of the
Mississippi. There's loss than twenty.
two feet of water"
"If I'd lost u bet I'd own it."
'So would I. If 1 had bet that n gov
ernment cruiser camo up tho river and
it turned out to bo nn old mud scow I
"Well, I'll leave it to this man hern."
"So will I. Only I want him to under
stand that I bet it was a"
"And 1 want him to remember that"
Gentlemen," haid tho man in tho
lutclv bewitching in her white roles,
lying th-re amid a wreath of lrce
drapery. When the physician bad felt
heriui.t he smiled. "Only a fever,"
he i Marked, with a reas-.tirintf nod.
liaising herself upon her elbows ike
glared at liitn. "What kind of a fever?"
she demanded. "I should say" the
doctor was st,iH smiling "it was sea--lot
fever." With a groan she tell
among the pillows. "Oh dear' the
u as on tho verge of sobbing " by
couldn't 1 have yellow fever? Scarlet" I
she turned her face to the wall "is
so awfully unbecoming to my complex
ion." Then she ueciincd to take nny
medicine by way of wreaking ven-j
gcance on a cruel late. ueiruii jiiu
une. ODD CORNERS OF THS WORLD.
Christian missionaries in foreign
lands arc said to experience more (
trouble in their attempts to convert
Mohammedans than thoy encounter
chair. "1 think I understand fully tho, with any other class of peiple.
terms of your wager. Will you abide
by what 1 have to say?"
"Well, one of the rules of this office is
never to answer n question in order tc
decido a bet."
And they left the room and went down
tho elevator still wrangling.-
Kitrn Their Money.
Victoria's maids of honor, who are
paid $1..100 n year for their services,
Fleet vallev. tho ancient undulations ai a ! earn their salaries. They nro obliged to
- . '..... i.r .l.
scarcely to bo traced of tho old city."
Columbus for ColuMnim.
Tho critics nro having a deal of fnn
out of tho various Columbus statues
and portraits re
in such mimliers.
Possibly they do
not consider the
difliculty in rep
bns. No ono
seems certain as
to his real por
trait, and there is
still moro doubt
as to whether ho
should bo repre
sented as a peace
ful explorer, a
soldier, n ruler of
men or a dream
Tho nrtist who
prepared tho stat
ue for Colum
bus, O., decided
nppiar beforo the queen in a new gown
.very day, and to be in readiness to
attend her majesty at any and every
hour of tho day.
WOMAN'S WORLD IN PARAGRAPHS
Miint Women Toach Mrn How to Vole
tho Australian Itullot?
With all the intricacies of the Aus
tralian ballot system we shall need
presently to have young Americans in
structed in tho public schools how to
voto properly, and the teachers will bo
women. Graduates of Wellesley and
Vassar can tench tho average voter now.
At each of these schools the collego girls
have studied carefully not only tho Aus
tralian ballot system, but also tho ques
tions of state that occupied political
parties during tho 1892 campaign. Not
only that, but they actually voted in
November, these Wellesley and Vas
sar girls. At Wellesley the election
took place in tho collego chapel, not at
tho beer saloon on the corner. Tho
young ladies had their inspectors in
chargo of tho polls. Among them wero
members of tho Democratic, Republican
and Prohibition parties. At Vassar only
tho girls who had registered could voto,
Which they did nt the polling places in
tho corridors under tho eyes of tho in
spectors that had been sworn in.
I like to think of pretty and plucky
Lawyer Ella L. Knowles, whom the
People's party has elected attorney gen-
Fisaxk Vixci:XT, the African explorer.
has left Rangoon to eontimie his trav
els irtto the- Interior. He has already
traveled over 300,000 miles without
meeting with any serious disaster or ac
cident. A Shanghai correspondent , btates
that it took the arrival o the United
States gunboat Monocaey back of the
local officials to prevent a recent out
break at Nankin because a missionary
provided a Chinese boy with a glass eye
to take the place of a natural one ho
The Chinese settlers on the island of
Sumatra have a strange and ludicrous
form of salutation. When they meet
each other, say after an absence of a
month or longer, they do not shake
each other's hand; they smile broadly,
and each grasps his own hand, shaking
it vigorously for a few moments.
FAIR WOMEN ACROAD.
to depict him in THE COLUMBUS STATUE,
a mood of profound contemplation.
Alphons Pelzer, tho sculptor charged
with the execution of this work, is ap
parently a now man iu American art,
and his presentation of Columbus pos
sesses tho primary virtues of simplicity
and clearness of conception. It repre
sents Columbus the thinker Columbus
at tho timo when ho was planning b'3
great expedition and when thero waa cral of Montana over men candidates in
still great doubt in his mind as to us sue- me uepuoncan anuuemocrauc parties,
cess. In ono hand tho figure holds a Miss Knowles is a highly educated
globo and in the other n pair of com- young woman both in literary and legal
passes. The cross on tho pedestal is an lore. She fought bo gallant a fight sin
emblem easily understood, and a dove Bio handed in 1888 and 1889 for tho
has been added to givo an air of light- recognition of women lawyers that tho
ness and grace as well as to typify peace, territorial legislature of Montana passed
The statuo is to bo executed in bronze, tho law permitting women to be admit
und will be a most appropriate figure in ted to tho bar. Miss Knowles herself
the capital of Ohio, a city named for the was tho first woman admitted under the
great discoverer. now law in 1890. Sho has already n good
practico, and now tho People's party has
It is said that Mme. Carnot, ihe French elected her attorney general of tho state,
president's wife, enjoys a cigarette regu- Girls, let us all go in for the People's
larly after her meals. Sho only smokes a party now.
mild, sweet scented tobacco. I Eliza Akciiaud Cosseb.
Dokxa Isarora CotisiXE, of South
America, who is claimed to be the rich
est widow in the world, has an income
of tSO.OOO per month from .her coal
Ethel MacICexzie McKexxa. the
eldest daughter of the late Sir Morell
Mackenzie, the great medical special
ist, is a clever newspaper woman, well
known as a London correspondent.
Mns. Edward Lloyd, who died in
THE SCULPTOR'S ART
ACCORDINO to the latest etimatarj
Kaiser Wilhelm monument ia
will cost $4,000,000
William Lloyd (.ariuvis s itita
bronze, of colossal sizt i bemtl
in Ncwburyport next Ioura if to
Bishop Doaxe is U hav? a a-
wood throne in the .athir.u ', .
bany. It is the gift ..f Mrs J T
Pruvn, and is said to be the fcJ
thing of the kind in menca. The I
is black oak and tin throne avici
two feet highj
.Stub V.ndi of Thought
It is always wise to diseoun' tie'.
value of a ivonwn
The best men nevi- v- nrr
All of us Iinon h. TC it r r t3
should spend thei- m.iniv
The robe cannot ohj
Do not fear sin. ver - .
The devil shake- ui. -
who drives a har.i i a' ja.n
Cnmd doesn't uc-itati-' Wasl
Don't have monev tran.i. ' :3'
your friends if vu e in a- :a 'is. I
Sneak kindly of tor r i taj.l
A full stomach iriveth srajt-
troit Free Press.
Hr Showed Sljnl.
A pertain eonirresmail fc
principaHy for h s untuln v
one of the small tow us -f m t-i
making; a speech l" m? t;il
tm,n!n frnm nn thf crek SjW L2J
I the street corner
j "Who's that, Hiraro' mqerdl
i wifi. wbo waa interested a u
"Whv. Marthv." was
! "don't vou knou li ""
I "Ugh!" she cxr-la m-i an"'
. wears a powcful dr'v s,"''t
I I'Tn fi,iMn in ..n 1fM K.1. 1
band: "buL Mart. if- ot
somethin', to sh. a c'
man." Detroit 1 ie. V-- s.
i The trials of a .j "'
sometimes take on
I of those ploasan'
into an office, .m
talking to a nun.
waitedlill.be b.i I i
the debtor turned
a very pleasant tn .nuet
will loan you tins a
again when you a
smiled one of those -'-
Iqoking-glass. 11. i' '
II,. 5 T I
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A street of
attractions of m
to bo a reprodii' .
London the other day at the age of ' nt the time of Mn
ninety, when a girl helped to entertain ' the gothic and r
IHucher on his arrivnl in England after I shops where tbr
Waterloo, and was present in West-1 crs in metal. '
minster Abbey at the coronation of I schaum, etc . w '
George IV., William IV. and Queen sold to visitors
Miss Huldah Frederichs, of the Pall
Mall Gazette staff, is the first woman to
be taken on the regular staff of a Lon
don paper. Although of German
nationality she can both write and
speak English fluently and knows both
Russian and French sufficiently well to
act as special correspondent in St.
Petersburg or Paris at need.
have a Vienna .
with a military '
Viennese singers v
know it was no t'
New Clerk Yes
selling them wa
1 1. nun! I'art
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