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Romantic Story of An Old-Time
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W. M. Kseess Cttr. Mo. 3-1f.l.
MONEY MADE IN TWO WAYS.
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Census Returns Show Lure of City
cod to MuMy, va' Wa. !
WASHINGTON. The rensu burMa
baa mada public figure concern
enough Iwallll- to Indicate .?r
tain Interesting trend In the growth
of American popnlaltor). What standi
out first If, of course, the general tu
creese In population all over the coun
try. While th! a growth 1 perhaps
more striking In the middle vert, or
erea In the Xar west, the east Is Utile
behind those sections. Iocreasoa In
city population rarely fall below 20
Jer cent for the last ten year. Often
the Increase la considerably In excess
of 19 per cent.
This growth has been expected, but
there will probably be some surprise
to fled bow far the growth of the
cities exceeds that of the rural dis
tricts. Here, save In a few localities,
there Is an Increase, but generally It
1 below tern per cent
Borne soot In Illinois may mark the
center of population for another ten
wears. II Is werth while to emphasize
Uncle Sam Watching Aeroplane Men
THE experts la both the army and
the navy are watching with keen
Interest the development of the
heavier than alr craft. While the of
ficials are not willing to say much pub
licly about the possibilities of the use
of sJrshlps In tfmo of war. they are
caylng rlvefe!y that the probability
Is that when the next great war comes
the airship will play a more effective
part than battleships, land batteries,
or great nituees of troops.
The prediction Is freely made by
army and nary officials In private that
not a dollar will evor be spent In forti
fying for Uo protection et the Panama
canal. They have arrived at this con
rhialon becauxe they think they fore
see that within fiw years the airship
will fro brought to a stage of perfec
tion that will enable it quickly to de
stroy any fortifications that might be
created along the ronte of the canal.
CfwigrrfS at the recent srRt-lcn de
clined te appropriate money for the
Coy Curls Are Coming in From China
nlf IWMl J " V 1,1,1 I
OTP THEY UrLh'? tX
VtPR-CONSri. Oeneral fittiart J. rul
lor of llongWottg nberts light on a
problem which baa vexed the brain of
titan lor many moons where all the
hair comes from which goes to mnke
up the wide expanse of rolttur which
adorns the heed of woman.
Much as be would like to !el!cv
that all woiniwik'Bd has suddenly rotue
Into the secret prwscsai'd by the Seven
Butbnrlnnd Bisters, detached wisps,
eurls and occasional philts, to say noth
ing of startling variation In texture,
has forced upon the most unobservant
suspicion h" bedecks herself
with a foreign product. Our represen
Inllvo at Hongkong clinches the evl-i-nrn
with brutal sUtUtlcs. lie glvtu
the following data of tho quantities
and villus of hatr ahli'prd from that
port iu the last three ;ersi
Till treasury building la undergoing
another overhauling, which this
ii.uo coats HSO.OuO. The renovators
have been at work on the treasury
building tor ooJ "eny years. Not
very much hn been done to the Inside
of the great pile of masonry, where
the l ulled Stjilee money Is kept, but
more or lets work Is all the time going
on oa the outside. Alt of the orlgtuul
sntidstoue or soft llinewlon that faced
the outside of the building haa been at
lat ruinoved. and granite has been put
In Its iac. The principal change that
will now be itiAde will be to eliminate
the bug granite entrance steps on the
fifteenth struct side. Heveral new
pusngr elevators will be Installed,
lacker will he ftirnUbed sufficient for
ll of the clerks; the money handling
divisions will be segregated oa the
ground floor; supplies will bo shipped
from the west entrance lnate4 of in
the word "may," bi-caune I here Is not
available at this time much ileHnlte
Informatlor on which to make specula
tion as to where the c.miter of popula
tion will be.
TLe remarktthle inrrr-ann In the rfp
ulation if Oklahoma must be taken
Into consideration In a specuIatlcD as
to where the center of jxtpulatlon Is
llkt-ly to 'light " A fact worth bearing
In mind la that the Increases In popu
lation in the cast particularly have
been In tbe larger cities.
The center of population ha moved
almost due we? ward since ITS'), when
It was at a point 23 miles t-sst of Haiti
more. From 17S0 to 18(H) It moved
almost due went to a point IS mlls
went of Baltimore. In the next ten
years, from IS'iIJ to 1810, It moved
westward and slightly southward to
point about forty miles northwest by
wett of Washington.
Injrlng the ten years between 1890
and 19'-0 the center" moved west
ward a little over 14 miles aud south
ward a little less than three miles, and
halted at a point six miles southeast
of Columbus, Ind. This movement be
tween 1890 and 1SK)0 was the smallest
In 100 years.
The "tenter" will have to travel
something like TO miles to get beyond
the bdrders of Indiana thla year.
fortification of the canal. No public
reason for this failure to make an ap
propriation was ever announced, but
It la cow rretty well understood that
the experts In both the war and navy
departments suggested that It would
be well te defer action until the gov
ernment understands bettor what to
expect of the airship.
Officla's In the army and navy de
partments are greatly Impressed with
the performances of Glenn Curtis
with his evroplane at Atlantic City re
cently. Those performances were not
under the auspices of either the war
department or the navy department,
but ageDta cf each cf the fighting arms
were rrescnt. and were deeply lm
preseed with what Curt Ins was abli to
Uo. They have reported to their re
spoctlve departments that from a
height that would have protected him
reasonably well from a fire directed
at him from either lan J or water, he
dropped small articles on boat and on
objects on land with remarkable pre
cision. Home cf the experts from the de
partments who saw the Ourtlsa per
formances crime back firmly convinced
that If war should come on tomorrow
the aeroplane would bo able to do do
V'ir. IVuM Vlu.
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Note how the price has soared, la
Uo7 hntr was worth only about twen
ty five c.nt a pound, whelesale. and
we Imported only 05.132 pounds of It,
while In l'.i we brought la 445.733
pounds, with the price at something
moro than eevtoty cents. Such a rate
of growth in f of so rapid an In
crease In pile is almost unprecedent
ed lti other lines of commerce and Is
another Illustration that woman want
what she wsuta when she wants It and
Is going to have It expensu be
Our diplomatic representative leaves
us In tho trk as to what wcninn In
China Is doing for hair. If the trade
keeps on, hhe will certainly be bald In
course of time. Ho pays a compli
ment, however, to the genius of the
("hlncKo artist by remarking that "Chi
nese hair Is treated at home In various
waya so ns to nintch almost any tn
ture detlrrd," leaving us to conclude
that the diversity of color net Infre
quently noted on the same head Is
due to lack of circumspection on the
part of American wonn.
Hrtueutb. street; f.leie windows will
be placed on the third floor, and
geueral adjustment of bureaus and
divisions will be tuade to facilitate the
wotk The treusury department haa
been ecrlouily ovvrcrowded for a num.
ber of years. One of the very first Im
provements was the elimination from
(he bulbitng of the branch printing
ofllce, with Its combustible Inks, oils,
etc. With the great Kiteenlh street
steps removed, a fine entrance at
grade will be provided for the era
ploee, and a count wtil be kept of tbe
people entering and leaving the build
ing, which at the present time seems
to be Impossible. At the present tluie
the employes are oblljred to carry
(heir clothing, hats, rubbers, umhrcl
laa and everything of that character
luU) their working rooms, ao that lock
ers are Imperative. It will certainly
be 11 80,000 niljihty well expended, for
In the present condition of the tieaa
ury department It Is Impossible to
keep It clean or to run It on business
I k methods with departments of th
various bureaus widely separated, at)
that the chief cf on of these scinls
most of his time traversing the oorrl
dure In bl attempt to luiep Uaoh of
his clerk and of bis work,
Circumvented Hr Irate Father In Ae
Ingenious Msnner Lover, D's
gulssd as Bsker, Carried Her
Off In a Hamper.
Ixindon. The old saying that lov
will ft! J a way was never better Illus
trated than In the romance of Kllia
beth Spencer, the most beautiful wom
an in all Knglai.d In the reign of
Queen Kllzabeth. and ' her devoted
cavalier, Kir William, second liaron
Comiton, who afterward became tbe
firm Kaii of Northampton.
Elizabeth liud the double advantage
jf bra ty and of wealth, flie was the
enly daughter of Sir John .Spencer.
bo rcrachid Ixjiidim a penniless boy
from the country during tbe rien of
King Henry VIII and who b.-car.;e itu
wealthlcFt rltln and in turn sheriff
nnd lord mayor of the old city of Ixjo-
oon. Like many ai'other seif maJe
man bir John was somewhat of tn
idolater a worshiiwr of eelf. He re
garded himself, and very likely with
perfect Justice, as the equal of many
of the nobles of Ki.glar.d aud the su
perior of some, and when one of these.
Sir William, Haron Cbmpton, pre
sumed to make love to the beautiful
Elizabeth he was shown the door and
told not to rot urn.
And s tho lovers planned how to
circumvent the wealthy and pompous
One day a handsome young baker
called at Crosby Hall, trundling a
barrow upon which rested a capacious
and fiat-topped basket. He lugged tbe
basket Into the house easily enough
and soon emerged with it and labori
ously carried It to the barrow.
Chancing to meet 8ir John he tirped
his hnt to the great man. who,
pleased with this mark of courtesy,
cheerfully gave him a sixpence. "A
rlTlI young man." said Sir John to
himself, -and his face somehow looks
A little Inter Sir John discovered
that the "civil young man" was the
'scapegrace,-' Sir William, and that
his daughter had eloped In the basket!
Messengers were at once dispatched
Eloping In a Basket.
In every direction to arrest the fugt i
tires, but the plsna of the lovt rs had j
b.- n carefully laid nnd before their I
whereabouts were discovered Kllza
beth Fp ncer had became lidy Cornp
ton. Tbe rsge of tbe father koew no
bounds and be roundly swore that Sir
William had se n the only flxerc
nf bis money be wouli ter touch
This deterittlnatlon woulJ very likely
have been adhered to were It not for
the appearance on th scene of an
Queen Kllzabeth years before ha!
met Ellrsbeth Siw ncer and had taken
some Interest afterwsrd In her af
fairs. Driving through the city or
day he queen saw Kllzabeth sn!
beckoning her to the royal rarrlugs
paid her the compliment of pro
tiouni Ing her the on rr of "tbe sweet
est face I have seen In my city ol
Lomh'n." Naturally, she learned ol
th beautiful girl's elopement and
Inter concocted n plan of effecting s
reconciliation between daughter and
A )ear after the elopement S'r Ji hr
was summoned to the prMn e of tlo
qu(Nn. After expressing her syui
patby with hint over the Ingrstlttels
of bis daughter she asked him to hn
ronie sponsor with her at the biipi'Mi.
of a baby, who was Just born to a!
couple who bad married nttnlnst th j
wishes of tbe mo'Ver's father. Hun j
ored by the request, which of court. 1
wan tantamount to a den. and, Sir
John readily consented and also will
Ingly acceded to the queen's dexlr
tLtit he permit his own surname to tm
used aa the Christian name of the
child. Haltered beyond measure by
the queens grariouancss. 8ir John de
eUrod that as he had discarded h!i
own undutiful daughter he would
adopt the Infant 'as heir to his for
tune. He ni then t!d that the child
was his own grandson, the offspring
of his daughter I'lliubeth. A recon
ciliation as then effected and )ers
afterward, when 8lr John was ga'b
ered to his fathers, tho son In law. Sir
John, or lxrd Northampton as he had
then become, erected a mag'-'flcent
tomb on which lh disobedient daugh
ter, In contrition for her fault, la seen
kneeling at her father's feet.
Find Cerm of Leprosy.
Honolulu. Urs. lirltikerhoff and
Curry and M T. liallmau of llonoluiu
save suci- edrd la Isolating germs of
This means the ultimate discovery
f a cure for the disease.
Th doctor are now sttempi:ug to
stake a toxla from th bacilli. K
sttmeuts at th lpr settlcnveot IU
ioon be insje
"That palmist will tell yoa when
you are going to die."
"And then run and tell the under
taker, I suppose, and get a coromlFSloa
ob tbe business."
TINY BABY'S PITIFUL CASE
"O'f zby when two months old
wss suffcrtng with terrible eczema
frota heal to foot, all over her body.
The baty looked Just like a skinned
rabbiL Wc were unable to put clothes
on her. At first It seemed to be a few
mattered plrcplea. They would break
the skin and peel o3 leaving the un
derneath skin red as though it were
scalds. Then a few more pimple
would appear and spread all over the
body, leaving the baby all r w without
skin from head to foot. On top of her
bead there appeared a heavy scab a
quarter of an Inch thick. It was aw
ful to see to small a baby look as she
did. Imagine! The doctor was afraid
to put his hands to the child. We
tried several doctors' remedies but all
"Then we decided to try Cuticur.
Fy using the Cutlcura Ointment we
softened the scab and It came cff. Un
der this, where the real matter was,
by washing witi the Cutlcura Soap
and applying the Cudcura Ointment,
a new skla soon appeared. We also
gave baty four drops of the Cut-jra
Resolvent three times dally. After
three day you could see the taby
gRlnlr.g a little skin which would peel
off and heal underneath. Now the
baby Is four months old. She Is a fine
picture of a rat little baby and all
Is well. We only used one cake of Cutl
cura Soap, two boxes of Cutlcura Oint
ment and one bottle of Cutlcura Re
solvent. If people would know what
Cutlcura Is there would be few suffer
ing with eczema. Mrs. Joseph Kos
mann. 7 Pt. John's Place. Rid re wood
Heights. N.V.Apr. 30 and May iCa."
Senator John H Hackbead, dlr-cuss-lng
a political move. said, with a
"Oh. It's too coldly calculated. It's
h!mot unfair. In fsct, it's like Mrs.
"Mrs. lUack Is a leader of Far Har
bor society. Her hufband said to her.
ot.e afte-moon, as she made a very
elaborate toilet for a garden party that
tbe was giving to some member of i
the 1'rltlnh ligation: j
w by did you write to all our guest
U.at this party was to be absolutely
Mrs. lUank langhed
" "fo as to be t!;e best -d rosed wom
an present, of course.' she said."
Horace Aory, K. C. Jjbt appointed
a Judge. s o10 0f tne mordant wits of
the Hrltlsh bar. fine dsy croae-ex
amlnit.g a rcn-Blcltrant witness he
"What are ycuT"
"A re tired g -titlrman." proudly as
"Weil," snarled Avery, "when you
achlewd the position of gentleman,
why did yju n tire from It?"
A Fallen Idol.
"What makes you o sure the Amer
ican public Is fickle?"
"The reception a player who Hied
to be on tie borne team fits when he
coiiies int li.g "
St m. Wlnitw- h.trtalna' arraa.
Frii -u m-i n nr nii,c'a.
The more worthy anv soul Is. the
larger Its rvmpasrlon. John rriiiht
It is a sure sign of some
inward weakness when
the appetite commences
to lag and you have that
"don't care" sort of feel
ing at meal-time. It is
something that needs im
mediate attention, for
neglect only brings on
more trouble and often a
long illness. Restore the
appetite and keep it nor
mal by the use of Hostet
to'V; Stomach Hitters, It
is for Poor Appetite, In
Costiveness and Malaria.
CMet aaass krtMsr aas kw wa
lingering" eowh, fcrowdutis, or beadm( at the sangt, at wi3 br-nf ehwst
ewee mi V pr ciasu of all tests. It is s rsetty pnpmtttl if Ur. k. V.
of bulalo, N. Y., wltoee mdvta k tvn frm l ail wim mmh So wnts ka. ILa
great suew has was fross kus wiOe nperwetw ess asrwd pwrt e.
Don't be wheedled try a puiy-grabbmg Oraier iat ft kg iaUrtar mjki
fetes tor Dr. Pierce's rrmrlionee, rensscalMl to be " S3r as gvml." Dr.
Fserce's saedictae ore oe iw OMrarms. Tlknr e'viy rijtiMmt ariavxl
oa tbetr a-rspprrs. Maoe fross tJO m-ttSmmt aleeaeM. Oassost sm
lorssui drugs. World's Dispenser VleSMai Asrnnas. rVT-'-r, ,N. Y.
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