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KANNIR U. 1HTKI-RV, ( Publishers.
tn Mexico there Ih a Jail which con
sists of an oak tree with a chain and
Statistics show thnt criminals arci
nearly always weak physically aa well
The English school of wate-color
pRinters Is recognized as the leaders
of the world.
One hundred and fifty of the 70
members of the new house of com
mons are total abstainers.
Edinburgh has adopted a scheme
for collecting for charity through a
central office on the lines of the Liver
Russia iniiKirted last year 3.106.901
Ions tons of coal, and 574.147 tons of
coke, both showing a substantial In
crease as compared with 1903.
There has Just been opened In
Hamburg the first of the schools to
be established In German cities for
the Improvement of domestic ser
vants. Fifteen thousand eight hundred and
forty-seven police constables are re
quired to protect London, and for this
protection the citlxens pay 1,300,000
In Slam the number of rooms In a
house, of windows or doors !n a
room, even of rungs on a ladder, must
always bo odd. Even numbers are
The outlook for American wood ami
wooden ware In the Argentine mar
ket Is favorable. Our control of the
soft-wood lumber trade can hardly be
seriously threatened, and our success
in certain lines of wood manufactures
indicates the possibility of other ad
For three years a hospital has been
In existence at Bromley, near London,
where only a fruit diet Is allowed to
the patients, and where during that
time there have been only two deaths
anion? the 500 patients who have re
ceived treatment. The institution Is
known as the Lady Margaret Fruita
The United States Is the wealthiest
nation, with Great Britain second
The estimated total wealth of the
former Is $100,000,000,000 and that of
the latter $uS,000.000.000. The British
total is greatly Increased by that of
her colonies, but not enough to equal
that of the United States.
Buses and cars cease running in
London at 12:30 a. rn., and one of the
reasons why the labor men in the
house of commons want earlier sit
tings is thnt they have no autos or
broughams and can not afford cabs
and so would have to walk home la
all weathers if the house sat late.
New Jersey's road commissioner re
ports thnt the state policy of high
way Improvement has advanced the
price of lauds, and In some cases $125
an acre. Even the mountain lan Is
benefited sell for from $.5 to $a0 an
acre, against the former $13. On the
Improved roads the load is now four
or five tons instead of hnlf a ton.
For naval victories he won. a pen
sion of $10,000 a year was granted in
17S2 to lrd liodney and his heirs far
over. The family ha a'ready drawn
over $I.2om.0ii0. The present lord
his S.Ooo acres of land, l:h rental
cf $35.0Ht. Similar pensions. are
drawn by hundreds of noblemen
mounting to many m!l"em annual!)-.
Consul Kit hnrdHim, of Julapa. re
ports tluit the greater patt of the fur
niture In use In Mexico Is hand made,
and consentient ly very expensive-. Tim
better portion of the furniture Import
ed comes from England, but the cotis'il
believes that Alnerlciui muiiufuci u'i-i
could largely extend their trade, with
Mexico with proper effort, especially
In office furniture..
A Russian doctor has spent a g-eat
deal of time finding out what animals
can count, and has found that horse
can count more iiumbei than uny oth
er animals, lie slates that a parrot
can count four, a cat tlx, crow ten
and some few dog twenty. Hut ha
found horses that could count mora
than this. One would plow across a
field 20 times find would then stop and
rest, but It never stopped at 19 or 21;
always Just 20.
By reason of the elllcieiit work cf
the department of commerce In In
vestigating foreign market s our ex
port trade has gone upward by bounds.
The recent woik of special agent in
Mexico has convinced .many- Abut our
neighbor" to the south Is a customer
we must cultivate. There is no other
Latin country that Uses our goods and
our business firm a doe Mexico. A
practice of establishing agencies and
a system of credits there will do much
to capture the entire wid--
Tha Union Pacific ha Just turned
out a new type of gasoline motors
which Is an Improvement on the old
type In several ways, the most notice
able being the ''port hole" windows
and the l:iot serviceable being the
new gwuriug which fcpeclully prepares
lb cor for climbing grades. The -u-tisuce
to the new car I on the side
lu.tt.od dt at the end, aa In former
cars. The window ate air, water and
dust proof and lu connection with the
Bw ventilating )teiu are said to be
jierfcct. The vibration and Uols oX
the eu.lue Is largely ;1uj1uiJ.
Have Destroyed More Than Three-Fourths of
All the Buildings in San Francisco, tho
OVER EIGHT SQUARE MILES BURNED
Eight Square Miles of the City Burned 300,000 Homeless
Tropertj Loss $300,000,000 More Than 500 Dead Re
sponse to Appeal for Assistance Was (uick and
Generous Destitute Are Being Cared For.
San Francisco, Calif. San Fran
cisco was practically wrecked by earth
quake at 6:10 Wednesday morning.
The shock lasted three minutes, thou
sands of buildings were damaged and
destroyed .The loss of life is reported
to be great. All wires with the excep
tion of one, are gone. The city hall,
coating $7,000,000, Is In ruins. Modern
buildings suffered less than brick end
Terror and excitement Is Jndesrrl
able. Most of the people, asleep, were
suddenly aroused and rushed Into its
streeta, undressed. Buildings swayed
and crashed, burying occupants. Panic
In down town hotels. Lick house was
badly damaged but no loss of life Is
reported there. The palace and St.
Francis hotels stood the shock. People.
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messages to friends and were frantic: i
v . .
because there were no wres. The
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greatest damage to buildings was done!
south of Market street where there
are mostly frame buildings and tene
ment houses. Fires occurred In every
block of that district.
San Francisco, Cal., Thursday
dawned on a scene of death and de
struction. ' During the night the
flames had consumed many of the
city's finest structures and skipped In j
a dozen directions to the residence '
portions. They had made their way
over Into the North Beach section
and springing anew to the south they
reached out along the shipping sec
tion down to the bay shore, over the
hills and across toward Third and
Townsend streets. Warehouses, whole
sale houses and manufacturing con
cerns fell in their path. This com
pleted the destruction of the entire
district known as the "South of Mar-
ket street." How far they are reach-
Ing to the south across the c,lanne,
cannot be told as this part of the city
is shut off. After darkness thous
ands of the homeless were making
their way with their blankets and
scant provisions to Golden Hate Park
and the beach to find shelter. Those
In the homes on the hills Just north
of the Hayes Valley wrecked section
piled their belongins In the streets
and express wagons nnd automobiles
were hauling the things away to the
sparsely settled regions.
Downtown everything is ruin. Not
a business house stands. Theaters
are crumbled Into heaies. Factories
-and commission houses lie (.moulder
ing on their former sites. All of the
newspaper plants have been rendered
At 9 o'clock, under a special mes
sage from President Itoosevelt. the
city was placed under martial law.
Hundreds of troops patrolled the
streets and drove the crowds back,
while hundreds more were set at work
assisting the fire and jNilice depart
ments. The strictest order were Is
sued and In true military spirit the
soldiers oleycd. During the after
noon three thieves met their death
by rifle bulieU while at wurk In tho
ruins. The curious weie dtlven back
t the breasts of the horses that the
cavalrymen rode and all the crowds
were forced from the level district
to the hlily section beond to the
1 lie water supply was entirely cut
off. uuil maybe It was Just as well.
I'l .Jit" III!' r l. 1T UI MI lllll III TTIM1U1
have been shsolutely usehs at any
stage. AshiMtntit Chief Dougherty su
pervised ihe work of his men and
early in the morning it was seen t hit
the enly pohnlhle chance to save the
city lay in an effort to he k the
flume by the use of dynamite. Dur
ing the dsy a Must could be heard In
any wrtlon at Iniervals of only a few
minutes, and buildings not destroyed
by fire were blown to atoms. But
tlirousn the saps made the flume
Jumped and although the failures of
the heroic efforts of the (silhe, fire
men and soldiers were at times hit k -
enlng, the work wus continued with
a desperation that will live a one of
the feuluies of (he terrible difahter.
Passe! gets on trains from other
cities In California bring detail of
clchtruction and death from nearly all
San Francisco, Cu!., San Fran
cisco Thursday night wa the city
dcpolate. It seemed that Ihe acme of
M III 1 rnuftButl McMllri l rt,
New York. N. Y., Piecldeut
Clowry of the Western I'nloii Tele
graph company, made the following
announcement Thusday: "The West
ern I'Dlon Telegraph company will
transmit free, doiiiustic: messages i
luting to the relief of sufferer at
Han Francisco wheu offered by duly
constituted relief organisations or
public officers In their official cupucl.y
Wheu destined to San Francisco lne
sage will Imi kubjected to such deUy
as condition at that polut Impose.
Its misery was reached at dusk, when
flames burst from all sides of the
beautiful Hotel Fairmont, the palace
that above every other structure was
apparently most strongly entrenched
against the attack of the all-consuming
fire. And surrounding that lofty
pinnacle of flame, aa far as the eyes
could see to the south, to the east and
far out to the west lay In -cruel fan
tastic heaps charred and smoking all
that remained of a prosperous city.
The metropolis of the western slope
was In ashes.
San Francisco, Calif. A wind of
high velocity was late Friday night
blowing from the northwest over the
fire-stricken districts and the water
front threatening the cutting off of
communication with Oakland and
, . . .
Berkeley. General Castor has order-
fd out a pquadron of men to endeavor
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; J nirciy iut lienors unu lllirr.lfll lilt)
Union Ferry station, the only means
of egress from the city from being
The water front emergency hospital
was endangered and the officials In
charge were prepared to move from
their quarters. The wind was cf such
velocity th.it brick and granite walls.
weakened by the earthquake and tho
subsequent fire were falling Into the
streets. Market street, tLe principal
avenue of esc!ie from the city to the
ferry may be blocked up thus shutting
off practically the only means of es
cape. Sin Francisco, Calif. The people
of San Frnnclsco, homeless and starv
ing, ure facing the awful calamity
which h.-.s overtaken them mid liter
ally swept the great city of which all
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Jtence with a spirit of leaned forU-
tude which must command tno ad-
mtrfiTlun nf tj ik'rir'il it? l:irep ThcrA
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seen among the crowds of stricken
people, moving hick reluctantly upon,
e.n h advance cf the destroying flames,
which continue to sweep westwurd to
ward the ocean, with the grim dogged
manner of those who go down hi de
feat before an Irresistible force with
which it Is hopeless to contend. :
Conquered for the moment but un
daunted the bravery exhibited by
mm. women and children In face of
overwhelming disaster is that of a
race destined to arise stronger than
ever out of the ruins which now sur
round them of shuttered hopes asd
There was little left Friday of the
great American metropolis by the
golden gute, a city of magnificent
splendor, wealthier an I moie prosx-r-
! cms than Tyre and M.lon of olden
lime, enriched by the mines of Ophlr.
Shorn of Its many glories. Its palace
and vast cctiiuieii lal emHrlums lev
ellod to the earth; IH wide urea of
homes where dwelt u happy and pros
(htous people, prostrate in thin ashes.
It will rhe upiln with still greater
magnificence. A monument to the
courage and Indomitable spirit shown
by In Inhab'.tiitits during the picmti
The care of the f, .' '0 Marving,
homeless refugee now gathered in the
city's public squares an I parks Is now
the n ain pro! le:n the local authorit
ies have to solve. They must be fed
and bread. me;,t and drltik ure la klug.
All the lea ling cities thr,ugl nit t
country ate now exerting themselves
to alleviate the suflctlng of the un
fortunate vlc!l:cs of the tile, idid pro
vision are iiiW ht a led for (hem from
San Frati' lseo, C.ilif.
Had It not
" 'or sighl of tie rude altars
! M'1 "f ,n ,,i,J 'l" lr wherever San
r ranciM O s m ineics iiio'i-.;:!., ii e
camped o.ie would live had some diffi
culty In fin 111 g unv of the peaceful
i at4M" ' of ''' Sabbat h lu this city
Sup lay. Kverywheru throughout the
burned us well as ll.e lemaluiiig sec
tion of the lily tleie w.t ihe grealtet
activity. Street were being tleaudof
debris, lalx.iers were repainng broken
Water pl,. si. r iii j-.ii, mams;
electrician were very-whet aei king t.
untar.iie the. bIiii' h"ii ss . iri.'u.sl'in
of wires-lu f.u-l. Ken l'i tm i.cj wj
In Ihe flrl stage of lis regeuerslloa
There weie no hungry iiople hi ri
fcorruw I Home.
Home, paly, The new of the
rarthijuiiko lu Sau I'luucUco and Its
Vicinity caused a great deal of sor
row hire. Many Alneiirans hurried
to the embassy, constitute und ofii.e
of the Associated press, fearing lor
Ihe safety of their relathe or pro
perty. It 1 esluiiitrd that there are
UllMnrlki Mill s.ll ja S.
Wushlngtou, 1). C, Ilepieseiita
tlve aud Mr. Nl. hol.i L.iu-wi.nh will
kail for I'ngluiul on June 2, returning
by way of France on August 2.
Sundny night; (he gaunt peeler of tarn
valion has been banished by tho mag
nificent response of the people of Cal
ifornia In particular and by the entire!
nation In general to the npis'itl that
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nilll, Ullfc no nni-tnu' J i""l l.'j niv
rnrlond and boatload poured Into
Oakland Saturday night and Sunday lu
sufllclent quantities to overwhelm tho'
committee which has In charge Its dis
tribution. Ho great was the volume
of foodstuffs brought In to the general
depot at Oakland mole that the general
committee Sunday made nn apeal for'
skilled labor In the handling of these!
supplies. Grocers, butchers and com
mission men have been requested tn
secure men who are familiar In tha1
handling of foodstuffs In order that1
the confusion attendant uisin the dis
tribution at tire scores of stations es
tablished might go on without con
fusion. The homeless people are no longer
obliged to subsist upon bread and
canned stuff entirely, as they had been'
during the previous days of their try-i
lng experience, but were Sunday given'
hot coffee, canned meats and even '
cakes and oranges. Oranges have!
come In pleutiful supply from southern'
r'nltfornli. tin. I Ih. li),l i.f CuHfurnt i '
famous product was everywhere bailed
with words of delight.
It must not be understood by the
charitable people of the country that
there Is a surfeit of food for the suffer
ers. While the supply is abundant at
this wltlng. It Is well for the public
to remember that the homeless thou
sands must be fej and tared for by the
organized relief committees for an in
definite period. It is desired, there
fore, that contributions lie continued
everywhere until the people who have
been rendered helpless and destitute by
the city's misfortune can care for
One of the noteworthy features of
the situation is the remarkable
promptness with which the work of
systematically caring for the homeless
has been thoroughly organized and
put Into operation. The fear that ex
isted two days ago that the Immense
task of caring for the destitute and
helpless people could not be organized
quick enough to sae thousands from
hunger and possible epidemic exists no
The administration of the city's af
fairs is progressing most harmonious
ly. Mayor Schmitz and Genera! Funs
ton are working in perfect accord.
Contributions of money continue to
be made from every part of the I'nlted
State. Chairman I'helan of the fi
nance committee Sunday resrted ad
ditional subscriptions of ulut $162.
00", the largest of these being one
of iloo.OiM) by the Chicago Commercial
Association. The finance committee
will Monday consider some plan for
the use of large sums of money which
soon be available for the relief of
The total number of bodies recover
ed bud buried up to Sunday night la
l.i". No complete record urn be lutd
at this time as many bodies have Wen
burled without lermlts from the cor
oner aud the board of health. The
searchers of the coroners and the
board of health departments found
Sunday not more than tweuty bodies.
They were hurled immediately.
The heaith of the scores of thous
ands ramped out ill the opc n air is,
uix'.'r the circumstances, remarkably
good. There have, of course, been sev
eral cases of pneumonia reported, and
colds are quite common, but there H
nothing like an epidemic uf pulmonary
troubles. The Ixiard of health relsirts
that there Is very little contagious dis
ease and for the treatment of those
esses special hospitals have been pro
vided. An Inteiesiing Ifm from the
Golden Gate Park district Sunday was
the report of the birth of IS babies.
These cases have received prompt and
ellli lent attention and the mothers ami
children remoed to the vailous nu
Thii Asoi lated Prcis report Sunday
covered the entire urea of Ihe burned
section. The cli i timferani c of the
great coiiflacral ion. Is as near as
could le iiscertaineil by tho muiKlngs
of a cyclomctiT twenty six mile and
(ompristb the enlliu buHlner, dlMrM
and a large section of the resldem e
j '"""''i 1,11 t,f densely iK.p-
j " '" ,R'l""'t"'l Sunday by compe-
lent Insurunte authorities that the loss
will uggregate $:!oo.ih u.nOo and on thl
vast amoui.t cf prorty the Insurance
com pa nbs carried tpproxlmately $175,
0 '0.(h0 Insurance.
Ihe Cliff Hume Utile Ilainagril.
San Francisco. Calif. A thor
ough Iris ecl Ion made by a represen
tative of the Assoc lated .Press w ho
made the trip in nn automobile, shows
that comparatively little damage was
done In the vicinity of Ihe Cliff. The
ClIfThouM; not only stands, but the
damage sustained from the earthquake
shock to this historic building will
not exceed, according to the statement
of Manager Viilslns, five bundled do
Uts. Wllklna of the ClilThouse noti
fied the general relief committee Ihut
he would turn over his establishment
a well us (lie immense stable of his
resort, lo the housing of the homeless
Mu.l M all fur htMlrhiMxt.
Washington, D. C. Mr. Williams
served uc.tjce cm the house Tbumday
that no Icgttlatloli would be perinlttei
to be considered unless under th
rule of (he house or a, special rule
until the conferees on the statehood
bill hud made a report.
S.VIMM1 n l.m, Mi. air..
New York. 111. hty-flvs thoua
cind dollar for the relief of Bun
Fi'unelM'u was ruUed on the slock sx
chuiifc wltulu 20 mluuies Turn-day.
CHINATOWN IS UNMASKED
Secret Subterranean Mysteries of San
Francisco's Hague Spot Revealed.
hen t'lm Itriiiuvnt llul l.llitK. Ih
l-.fttit( of the I utleriiroaiiil i It"
Ijs Angeles, Cul., "Strange Is the
wene where San Fraelsco's Chinatown
stood," says W. W. Overton, who
reached Los Angeles Friday among the
refugees. "No heap of smoking ruins
harks the site of the wooden warrens
where the slant eyed men of the Orient
dwelt In thousands. The place Is pit
ted with deep holes and seared with
dark passageways from whose depths
come smoke wreaths. All the wood has
gone and the winds are streaking the
"While men never knew the dep'h
of Chinatown's underground city," says
Mr. Overton, "they often talked of
these subterranean runways and many
of them had gone beneath the street
levels, two and three stories. But now
that Chinatown has been unmasked
for the destroyed buildings w re only
a mask, men from the hillside have
looked on where lis Inner secrets lay
In places they can see passages loO
"The fire swept this Mongolian sec.
tlon clean. It left no shred of thd
painted wooden fabric. It ate down
to the bare grouud nnd this lies stark
for the breezes have taken away the
light ashes. Joss houses and mission
schools, grocery stores and opium dene
gambling hells and theaters all of
them went. The buildings blaze I up
like tissue pajwr lanterns when ihe
guttering randies touched their sides.
"From this place, I. following the
fire, saw hundreds of frlghtcnmvl yel
low men flee. In their arms they bor
thlr opium pipes, their money bag
their silks and their children. Beside
them ran the baggy trousered women
and some of them hobbled painfully.
"But these w re the men and women
of the surface. Far beneath the street
levels in those cellars and passageways
were other lives. Women, who never
saw the day from their darkened
prisons, nnd blinking Jailors were
caught like rats In a huge trap. Their
ery bones were eaten by the flames.
"And now there remain only the
holes. They pit the hillside like a
multitude of ground-swailow nests
They show depths which the police
never knew. The secrets of those bur
rows will never he known, for Into
them the hungry fire first sifted It
red coals and then licked eagerly lu
tongues of creeping flames, finally
obliterating every thing except the
I'raalle to llrara II
Chicago, III , Every (rain leav
ing Chicago fur California Thursday
was crowded to (he limit with half
frantic residents of S.in Krancl.o. In
addition to the people from Callfomli
who are: hastening home, there arc
hundreds of people from the east nnd
from Chicago and vicinity, member
of whose families are in San I'raiu i.c
ci, and nil of them are trying lo start
west at once. It Is declared by the
7-allroads that It will certainly be da?"
over Ihe usual sc he lulc before any of
these anxious travelers reach San
AHnrm.v Ctrlirral llaillrf's t nmlltliin.
Je Jerson Cl'y. Mo.. iKx-tor
Kol'lnson. of Kansas City and Dr.
Clark consulted Thursday on the con
dition of Attorney General Ha.lUy
and agreed (hat the disease, pleurisy
with effusion. Is running ft 4 usual
course und that the recurrence dally
of fever is no more than tun be ex
jiec ted ut this time.
c.nllir uf llrluiiiiia,
Chicago. Ill The Chicago
nurllngtuti k Qtilney Ilailroad. Darlu
Miller .and Claude G. Bui nhalil. of
flclals of the road, weie found guilty
Friday In the lederul court of (,-raiitlnii
rebates in t dilution of (he law. Thi
railroad curpomtimi was lined $IU,0"1
uud the two om lali $ 1 o nou each.
taialkcliu Wmri al Ma HI la.
Manila - - Tweuty minute
after the earthquake In San I'raiuiscc
April IH s nip ithet ic seismic wuvc
were felt ut Manila. The osilllatidtu
wu chiefly horizontal, the vertical
vibrations, which are usually dlnu-i
trous, were slight.
'lite Sraalw I umwlllr Aria.
Washington. D. C. The se nate
committee 011 the Philippine Thur
day agreed to rcimrt favorably lh
house bill extending until i'.i'M the ap
plication of the coastwise law to lli
Ir'ranUlia I rle-lirallnei lektpeartl.
New York, N. Y.. The Franklin
celebration at Paris, Including the un
veiling of ihe Franklin statue,
si h-'duled for Friday ha been in
A MIIH.ieii.trr a Mile Mr.
Mobile, Alabama, William
Beckers, a millionaire of Milwaukee,
Wis, coiiimltied suicide) here 1 rlday.
A reii r lllll la kruielr.
Wai hliigton, D. C. The army
api roprtullon bill wus rejKirlcd ( (he
senate Tuesday. It c.iiib S ; 1 .Till.S.l t I
the seliute haviu.t mlileil J.'.t.Tl.lCI U'ld
ellliiliiuieil $7.5 hi Itoiu the bill
puased Ihe house!.
Mlrhael llatlll I. ,
Dublin. Ireland Mb Intel Duvltt.
who I suffering fnuu blood (m.Uc nli,
wus oeruted oil Tuesday by Sir Wli
hum Thurulcy Stoker, piesldetit of I In
P.oyal Academy of Modlc Ine lu Ire
laud, aud 1 prok-reslng kutlnfucUvrlly
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Prof.' iinlev Kllingwood. M. D., of ltn
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only medicine put up for sale through
druggists for like purposes. Hist has any
ucli profcMU'iuil eiiior'ment wortfi
more than auv numU'r of oitlinary testi
monial. Olien Iii tiltr-l t v of il foriiici!.
on the bottle wrapper Is the Nst possible
guaranty of lt nu-riM. A glance at t h is
citilislied formula w ill show that "Golden
ledlcal Discoverr contalrn no polson-
oci or harmful agenta and no ali-olml
chemicaily pure, triple-retim-d glycerine
being iimm Instead. Glvn-ritie l entirely
linoliiectleinalile Slid lieniie is a most
liv fiil Ingredient in the euro of ail tom-a-h
a weil a I ronchlal, throat and lung
affections. There l the hilie-t medical
a'ithritT for it us In all such cm-s.
The "Di-coverv I a concent rt-d giye
ertc ectract of native, medicinal ruols
aud is safe Slid reliable.
A booklet of extract from eminent,
medical autiioritiei. endorsing its ingre
dienH m'!"d frrr on r";'ie-?. Adurvs
lw. K. V. Pi.rce. Buffalo. N. Y.
The First Stage Coach Into Denver.
On the 17th of May. IS:?. Denver
turned out to Welcome the first
through conch of what was destined
to grow into the "Overland Miil," an
enterprise which, for sheer American
pluck and daring, must be forever
linked with the fame of the "Pony
Bed shirts drifted to the outskirts of
the hamlet and dotted the hills
around. Hard faced bartender made
ready for the "hottest night that ever
tore the camp loose." The artillery
of bolster and saddle boot was u ti
ll inhered for an ecstatic fusillade.
There was a lively betting In dust
and nuggets that tho first through
stage had been gathered in by In
dians. wl:h Inkers a eage r to stake
their faith that the sculps of driver
and guard would come through Intact.
At length a swirl of d it showed
far down the trail. It grew Into a
)'llow cloud and crept toward the
eager hamlet. The n s'.X mule-,
stretched out on the gallop, cine iged
from (her curtain and be hind (! m
wns the lumbering, wuiti stagei
come safely through, on time, and
Denver was in touch with r!i world
where men wore white sl.lrt and
lived It) re al houses The rliee-in that
roared a welcome to thl be-n-lc e 11-te-rprlse
we re echoe-d In every western
town which hoped uud lcngd for a
link of It own with the home coun
ty, '"way hack enst." "The Story of
the Overland Mall." In The? Outing
Magazine for April.
Deafness Cannot Ue Cured
ifj lisral kniei, ttl.eia M Hi-? eema-tl r S Ih '
! p..ril.iu nf Ihr vee 1 inr u p ui.v - i b
c urn Ji Oi M1 dial ! by mneilotc ti rn.- ls
iMtfimi ! rause-d l-f u li.f-na i -c Jul el.a
e.u.vie ihceiv nl 1 utai liifto fu- w tim u, i
Cuiii i tnft-ii4 7 -k fMuiS lug eeiBjuf l.u.
prri-c hrftrld iul u.t 11 U ucev.p r, llfftf.
nM e ih rii i.il yiui. ill li.fl me. mt . rt s
lakva ivit knd 111 I'll rvi:.r4 tu Vi..tH , ri.ele
II -ci. he-aetotf aei Sn -os . f .r-ifr. nu
iUl til -1 ftr i'uli t.7 C lrrb UU k U Ci.HlHe
bue kee h'SftrniMl 1- Ci' I -i ! cl. mile irf
W lil rJleirif H iimlrvsl 11 e .r uil e e.f
Jvv 'ftn4 hi tirrb, ii.i , ttn .i l- ar4
lit llni Lkkrra C u-. e.lf .ri-;i'. 111 It.
r J c iikskv a co , riiM,Qk
kol-l St tfTitfcCt T..
lui iiii I l'ia (nf eatitl.ll
An official In ihe land office at
Washington re-bete- how .r Whipple,
for a long lime il-liop of Minnesota,
once uudi-rtook to hold ic-llglou ser
vice near tin Indian tillage) Hi one cf
the w ente-1 n kliete
It l'pe-iei Ihut the bishop' effect
were seuttcied aboul the ' leslge," and,
when about lo go out. ).n asked tine
chief if It Were safe to leave Iheni
there wiille he went to the village, for
ci v ice.
'Plenty s.fe." grunted the Indian;
"no white man In a hundred mlle-s
from here."- Hut jier's We e kly.
Must Ak Aldrlch.
"Se nator," she asked, "do you be
lleve in foreordluatlon ?"
"If on will jmrdon me." replied
the statesman, -'l prefer not to answer
(that question, a I have never had oo
jriislou to ask Aldrlch about IL"
Chicago ltecord Herald.
"Why are ou bowing to that man?
. Ik you know li 1 ut 7" aske-d Madge In
i surprise. "Yes," said her chum, "ho
walked over me so many limes gel
(Ing out bc-(ween acts al the theater
last nlKht Ihut we got real Well ac-qualiKe-d
" De troit Free Press.
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