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ION?.: XII (ilm,s TO HM DSHD TO
SOLVI? i r.
The Stale Immigr?t lon Bureau lOn
tering I pon un Fxpei huent of
Ural Iu(oies) lo Uio Stdio.
A lotter from Columbio lo Tho
Nowa an.) Courier sot. m ibo ex
periment wind) Commissioner Wat
son lias started ot substitu? Im; u
high typo ol baigi ls.i-.",poa king hou.se
liolcl servant i.irl lor Hi" negro s?r
valo girl be is convinced boin from
employers and tho girls themselves
timi he bas dually laid tho founda
tion for a suecessfu!, practical solu
tion of the vexed negro servant pro
blem m ibis State, and if tlie experi
ment proves a success here it will be
"a go" throughout the Sont li. After
repeated failures during four years'
lu.rd work the commission is nov: sa
tisfied that success is al hand.
The first experiments ulong this
line were with foreign-speaking peo
ple, and in every case this proved a
failure. These are the kind ol' lore
ign servants thal are bein}; placed to
a largo extent tn tho North. Com
missioner Watson then concluded
that this section would have lo have
a higher typo than ls used In the
North in order to supplant the negro,
who is daily growing more useless
exacting and thal tho new servants
must speak lOnglish. Ile was further
persuaded that, the newcomers lu or
der to be satisfied tnomselves and
render satisfactory service would have
to be in touch tv I th Ibo other mem
bers ol' their families, so as lo give
the hume tench and alleviate the so
cial alienation which had made other
experiments with lOngllsh-speaklng
girls l'a i lures. Vocordingly persis
tent, energetic work was carried on
in thc desirable tarin section of Bn
gland with literature, lectures and
personally conducted lours with big
The thirty-three lOnglish people
brought here less than a month ago
and localed In and around Columbia,
lOdgcdold, Abbeville, Greenville and
elsewhere in the State, have ail writ
ten letters to thc depart ment express
ing satisfaction, and Ovory girl sci
located has written letters through
the department to friends and rela
tives abroad; Urging them to come
OU to South Carolina and live.
Whllo flagging his train at Ander
son Monday morning Mr. Ooo. Rood
Keilli fell in front of the Ollglno. Ihe
trucks passed over his legs, complete
ly Hovering both of them below Ibe
knees. lb was quickly picked un
and hurried to the Anderson hospital.
At 10,30 o'clock he had sn dicion 11 v
recovered from th" severe slun k ac
companying the accident to undergo
a surgical operation, Roth of hi
legs were amputated above the knees,
lie was, however, unable to recover
from the wounds, alni he died at
IL1, if) o'clock .Monday afternoon.
ITU VI) IX RIV KU,
The Dody nf a .Man Thought to Re
At Jacksonville, Fla , the body ol'
aa unknown white man, supposed to
bo a mate of some schooner in port,
was found dealing in the river Tues
day and upon Investigation it was
round that thc man had Leen shot
in the head. The authorities believe
the man was murdered and his body
thrown into the river to hide the
(.rime. A thorough Investigation
being made. Kolbing was found on
the body to b ad to an ?dentIdeation,
C/'KOIUNO INSTANTLY KILLED
Noted Italian Auto Driver Meets
Death on Race Track.
AI BallimorelOmanuel Cedrino, the
? otoo naiian automobile driver, was
instantly killed on Pimlico ra CO
track Friday afternoon. Spectators
saw his car skid and tutu over, three
or its wheels hoing smashed. Ce
drino and his brothel*, who in his
mechanic, and was with him in tho'
ear. were thrown out violently against
a fence, and while the brothel was
little hurt, Cedrino had apparently
died Instantly of a broken neck. *
A llomo-Made Refrigerator.
Take two largo boxes, the second
Bomowhnt smaller on all sides, and
bore two one inch holes in each cor
respondingly, to give drainage and
ventilation. Fill up the bottom of
the larger box with powdered char
coal (or SaWdilsli if charcoal cannot
he procured i until the smaller box
will stand on a lovel w.. . the lop of
the larger bo::. Prit the inner box in
place, and fill np all the space around
the shies with Ibo charcoal. Fasten
lids on holli boxes lo iii tightly. On
each side of tho inner box, by means
of cleat;;, pul several shelves, leav
ing a space in tho COU tor for the ice.
A rack made of lathing may be laid
at the bottom, for the ice to rest
upon. LOKS may be added, also, and
the drainage and ventilation in this
way be Improved. This e a rough
refrigerator, bul it will save your ice.
When a man ls forced to eat crow
he is apt to consider a bird in the
NAPOLEON'S OLD COAT.
Garment for Whloh Ho lind n Sort of
At tho 13 Vendeudare Napoleon
.vas in HIM h n state of poverty that
.is < Pithes woro nil torn ami he did
. ' ? vn a s wo wi, He h nd to borrow
" mid tito day following als suc
osa ho had to got a quantity of cloth
from the State to have a suitable tint
on, made. Kropi this moment,
iwever he paid groat attention to
its toilet, und look ti certain pride in
?eh. docoi H led chu hes.
' t M imig i ho won; a uniform rov.
'..ott wilh gold embroidery- -a uni
.rm to which he attached a queer
ort of superstitious re\erenee. When
o wont to Milan, for instance, tri ne
row uni King Of it. 'v. ho nHondCiJ ;i
?view on the Held of buttle In the
I fashioned and much tarnished
0 b lie hal worn on tho memorable
' Hn ol' Jun ?, i soo.
He never parted with his old coat <
tie ?? ought lt wit h him le St. lb lo
?i'id-when ho whs den l, his co in
amena (tm it over him. When Na
poleon became Conseil he look grout
?are of hts lullet, hut he affected sim.
pticMy all tho more, as he wished hi
(?ener?is and salle lo he gorgeous 111
gold uniforms mid plumed h.d mo's.
It was then he look to wearing the
gray redlgote mid the liai which ns
well ar. the uniform has be? ii le
.toed to the KmpresslOiigenle At hst
.h ' : I was low crowned with fl Wido
. order, but littt< by lillie it gol Inga
.t and higher until it became the hat
.very one knows. The hal was ot
lo. . . hairy felt what haltet < cht'
"castor francaise," and it had a >..
io of clayish green silk. Nabob m
.vdro his hats l'or a loni* Hine and
-on: 'hom to be repaired again and
1 e..* Mother ('m ied Itel..re Mis Hirth
Tim on>> hundred lind HIM mill
.ersary of the b'i'ili <d General Rob
ert IA Lee, recall-; the little known
?''iel ..hal he was horn more than a
yin. ai'ier his mother had heep bur
led, furnishing lo tho world nm ol
(he most astonishing eases nf reviv
iscence on record.
O?iior?l laos, mot her AMS by no
means an entirely healthy wohinn
She suffered from oato-lpsy and dur
', WK a prolonged (rance, she was pro
non' cod dead. The ho i . was pre
i oar. M for interment and Ibo toot aim'
of (ho third day after li : supposed
ilentl (he tema,ns wore laid to rest
'ii the family vault In tile graveyard
; of Strut ford, Va.
j While the sexton was cleaning up
I an.i arranging some fresh Howers to
i lu. iiliioivl ntl the casket ho hoavd n 1
era *6 from within, tho casket he' at
I onco opened it, discovering that Mrs.
j Lee was alive. Within a short '.tine
! - lt wa. sale lu hod at her own homo
i Mrs. Lee's recovery was slow, hut
she did regain good health and a llt
I Ho more than n year after she was
; huried alive her youngest son, Robert
! IS., was horn, and thus -ante into the
I world ono ot her bravest men and
j s ron les! generals.
Shoi-ia ;e ol' Worses.
Deniers and breeders who aro pro
dieting H shortage Of horses almost
amounting to a famine in the next
?ow yea;.- wilt find much to confirm
their opinion ul 'he records of the
;rad<! at thc Uni ill Stock Yards. Chi
cago In I :><>7
theta was a falling off pf
24,22-1 head Iii tho arrivals of tho
.ear. and all classes of horses fiver
riged higher than in I'.lOtt. notbwith
itanding (he Hhnnetnl disturbances
and the Tact thal users ol' horses all
over Hie -omit ry were ocouoiui/.ing
?n i heir purchases,
There seems t.0 he im doubl In tho
minds of market experts (hal I he
-dfinkage In arrivals during the year
was due lo the fact that Hie ive ' ?r
nf marketable, or. rather, serviceable
horses lind beelined. Farmers und
h-ceders seem tb hav,- discovered 'on
fully tho expected results of the lis.i
of the automobile .and IO have ore.I
tower herses nf late years. Certain
ly il they had hoon In he country the
I .<?!. prices of (he year must hmo
drought tiiem ont !
Records of (he Union Slock Ynrdsi
show thal '.'.(IOU.00(1 horses have ai
I'-ved there In the last twenty ?'oars
Tills is an average of 100.000 hnrsosi
a year. The banner year was I Oi'.'i,
iv lien 127,250 head ai rived The
largos! receipts for one moni h were
i v t.) x In Muren i am., and for one
dav. :>., 177 head, on March 6, I f?0r?.
The total value of thc horses arriving
hi 1907 was ? t ('?.707.0(1(1. and thor i
was nu nd vince oi from $20 to $:m
ii head In tho pt lees for all classes fi t
compared with tho ligares for i'm.',
fancy dranghtors nr.d matched cor
ringo pairs, making tho greatest
gains. ()IH> consignment of twenty
one head, all big Percherons, malo
III record a\era ;o pf $122.1 fi euell
at anet ion.
ri. L. SIlllW ol Clen Rook, Yoi lt
Counts, Pa., has some rope machines
?vor one hundred >ears old. Ho got
them (ililli! recently from Joel an.I IOU
Cranmer. Iflll said ho usod to help
hts fattier, .lohn Cranmer, to twist
bedcords and washilnes with those
quaint old wooden machines.
Negro Cots a Medal,
john H. inn of Atlanta ls the Hist
negro In tho country to receive a Car
negie hOl'O medal. A check of $,r.()0
was sent as a reward for risking hts
Ufo In aavlng several people In dnn
kor from a runaway team in Atlanta."
AIRSHIPS IN WWKl'AItE
VV? J;;li- lb-others .Tell How Thej
Constructed Their Aeroplane.
For tho 'ist lime ?Inco they Dru
H tl rao led intent.ott ito: Wrights -Oj
?nie "nd Wilbur have Jual I'drl
.).;.. or tlx- soc roth ol tltulr mach?n
md how they perfeclod lt.
They lu .an their experiments nfte
i,1 l'eu that's death in i SOO Tho
Opinion ns t<i what was needed wi
ui air-ship fhn I would not capsie
wi.' n ?lie wind v as blowing.
? he chief lion ble is the (ur nu
,f .'). air. Th? '""luton Intpre?ud?
ls Mia! ihe ntinoaphere runs in or
punitively regular currents which >
cull winds, 'i'll" air along the sn
f.\o< ol' the ell rt li. as a nint'er of fa
ts contine ni ly churning lt is thro*,
m \ anl from every Irregularity. Il
: a breakers on a coast line; co
lli': and tree alu. building sends
a wave "f slanting current.
Ano il moves not directly lei
i forth upon Its coast line, 111**"* tl
ion. i?ui in whirling rotary mes
.' .n e oi these rise up humlretls
; lids in a fairly strong wind t
ult ?ear the earth is more distnrl
h.u the whirlpool of Niagara.
They tell how they adopted
>\o-niano machine, how they (?ave
ile eiil. used a rudder lu front, 'li
idea hoing te gi 1 a machine t
i ?ubi he bu bi need and steered by
" !.\ 'lotion, as bicycle ls. in
. irkuhlo experiments they loi
.nain hirds, like the h lt/./.a rd,
.e merely animated aeroplanes.
The hu/./.aids and hau hs lind the
? rents blow im-, upw ard off thu
?, I Ihe gulls that follow the st CU Ul
i ... ri'oin New York to Florida arc
merely sliding down lull a thousand
'. s on rising currents in Ute waka
i? ?.bo stearne'' in the atmosphere!
. on ihe hot air arising from her
iii ?'dil lucks."
.V?Hng o" this knowledge, they
gradually1 developed a sliding mn
fl? rn- until December, lil ti 3 i when
they saile 1 ,\ltl a machine equipped
-.i'h an origine, Then' they tuend
. he preat problem lo bo equilibrium
o. tut nuif. corners.
dy t!ie most careful experimenta
I ll ? * > found the way io control the
*U>, 'lune around corners.
Tho machine was now under prac
tical control. Six Mights averaged
>r I "- miles each; we obtained a
. '?hi or twenty four miles in thirty
el ht ninnies that ls. at the rato
i! i bl ri j eight miles an hour.
"Wo know thu' WO have at hist
seen re,i n practical working aero
I be Double hbigle.
- i-.;iis on both sifb-s. As the coins arr
io-day the relier is Inconsiderably rc.
Im ei Hein what it was in the orig
inal design, li' ile- Oovornineiit do
ti cont ii m- the coinage ol' t lie
new piece the relief will be farther
' ?"he now ?-old piece lacks ar
tistic finish, said Mr. Henry Chap
man. the eoin expert. Oil the obvetv.il
rile I ito aile;,ip at foreshortening nf
iii?? hut b-; ot the figure I? largely
>.? ponslble ter this tiefet. Foresluirt
Cl li] i.~ one ot' ibo most clifden H
Illings to do in this kind ol' work, and
when u ls dom- Incorrectly, it Mn kc*
a -?it t ful showing.
"On tito whoio, ibo coln is lilghli
I tn pr:.ct icable. l-'u ri her more, lt hat
th" appearance of gold pial?. Th'li
innL. tho lush relier of thc designs,
will make it easy to count* rici?
"Tho attempting to reproduce ;i
tins niel uro of the Capitol building
on il space as hi;; as a pin head, ll OW ll
to tho left of tho ii g ti re on Ihe oli
ver- side of the coin, is. I think. be
littling tho structure, lt gives mi
adequate idea of the si/o ami grand
eur oi the building.
it does not look like ? coln timi
lt is not goo,I metal work. Il hick;'
dignity, and, >n ibo whole, ls highly
t ni pritct Icii Ide.
That creature on the reverse shh)
of tin- coin ls a bird, hut
i'm at so- to decida what
kind * ?nhl Whit mer Stehe,
curator of hirds a! the Academy of
Natural Science. "If I were to lid
nal Iii,M nt I might concede that I I'S
a Pin! I prey, which inigl't show it
al leas' to ho a distant relative of
l lu -,, ?c. Hui a ti ear lo. never ' "
Ph Ila.b i di la Press.
I nilpie I ns! il ul iou.
I " eM is perhaps no institution ir?
th . ' nt fed Stales which enjoys K il eli
a u? -.io reputation for debn(inri
weil as tho University of Noir?
Dfth-i I n (liana. Seventeen ti UM i
No haine has debated with Stuhl
Uli: V" rsi ties and the other gl'Wlt
schools ol the country, and liovol1
ome hah victoir failed lo porch on
ber banners, This curious recor.t
i.as camel cons idol ?ble specula illili
arnon:- professors ol' dcbiUiltg in Oili
er ii..-1 ll ul ions bul the piohablo fx
planntion iq that advanced by Prent
dehi .lames or tho i diversity of m.
Till? is what he calif! (bf)
"Wild Irish oratory of Noir? firnn?.
co"pled with a stu Ilhorn wnuw In
IjOglC" thal fives these artouii-hluK
results Kully eighty per cont of th J
Students of Noire Danu' holen?.- kt
th (eltu race, and q ole kn?? and
Imagination aro theirs by rVrhi of
InheritaitCO. Notre Dame Im? dti
CllSSed holli sides of the subjwot 111
the same year with important eol
iGgOS and won on holli sides.
A b-'tei addressed to "The tann
who wears the tallest imf In Bristol"
tum been correctly delivered in that
hogan ?it :tn afternoon party.
, ns usual, peo ph wow fr? if*
>r t : ?ss herod, and were getting
. a nut lier's nervo?,
rooms wore loo warm, to bo
llb amt everyone would eon
c in i bo oo lor by I bo leos, so
io mu nie-roo tn was almost do
and i he arti:.ts were distinct
toyed at tin.titi,*' theiuselves
ug to a row stranglers,
i un so sor rv for Lady Dunstnn,"
In ry Rorosfi rt! tn tho mun who
ist been i"' ? nd need to her. "I
raid we are not Iren I lng her
Don't you till li If we lind bel
aud liston ' i song?
would i at her nol " ho answer
lott i am at your command
uni v.MI io ute a fu\ of after
. looked surprised,
'rtnihiy it it is In my power,"
iso n i ed el vi ly "What is ll ?.'
. was looking very eomely and
ti a i eon and iv Idle tl ress ol
.OHIO diaphanous fabric; mid there
was nu atmosphere of pleasant to
poso about Mi.->s lloresford thal poo
ph* npproolaied without analyzing it.
li had never occurred to her to
marry anyone. She was well liff.
Mic had ip) near relations, and sin?
nK3k??9 5C5-"->,im- rcaclit'd
?rlV-y$A " [tho ago of
V m?J&m M h h ii t k i lt rei
'?^jtfio ?o' /... .,. !..,. ".: ......
#!Sr7 I "'ll
.x.? ?vi y M _
mm & fM>f/Sj^
W il th
which w a
hers at tweu.
"t am Dui
\ Iel 1m. o i .
i a . n e r. I
s u p pose I
say t he her.,,
of ?t rom
I h e
"And so you are tinned
.omanile**" asked Mary, nan
nave iii; intense yearning to teil
i-.OIIIOOlie a I.<.ni lt. Will you |(.i mo
I'Oalldn m ynii'i"
"You, must ..-t tue know your
nanto, she stud. ll you are going
lo top nie ?io- ?dow nf <..?.... or,. i
. .......... ,.... used >;ia nen
swept eyer Die crowd around them,
and rovteo on a girl with straight,
t?!i'0.r-oul profile; and dark hair, lo
. ii-m dm Iruhsl?ntly renienibered
Mr. ll?.m.' iiad behn lui king winn
their hos I ess divided them.
"I i.on are trying to guess \\ h<>
's li,.- d.-a ex mitchina," he said, "but
'- ? ou I" begin from the beginning.
Won't yoi! let mo on the song. Miss
beresford, ami colin-) to the balcony
..v.- . i h?re?"
ti i.- '.erv unprincipled," said
Mn ry, wavering. "Dad*, Dunstan
:isked us I . gp io the drawing room.'"
Principles can he carried too
'ai'. ho argued. "I.et us he sellisli
. ur once and choose the balcony "
And -,. you are romantic'.' . itid;
?il Wary, when thoj were eiiseoneed
. n a st.ady corner,
Not at all hy tempera mold." h.
assit too her: ''bul I nave become so
lately, I saw a lady al a concerti
?t?d loll so Miliarien hy her that I
..aol ti., attention to tho mush Since
'In II ( 'nain e lias ?Villi il Ililli W e
. hon!.i oftoii tie wit lin speaking dis
tance of euell ol ? i in Du.' street.
in a room, ai au entertainment and
die altraeiion has grown with every
un ting: so thal when I have re
el ved an Invitation lately. I have
.an! io myself, 'I wonuer if she will
'?e lhere'." Sile with a Capital let
'And >(>u feel that your fate is
"Fdr heilet or foi worse yes,'"
'io aio "I ?tin sure She is tile one
woman in tho world for me: lui she
tuny no. have Die same feeling. In
ucl. I know tor c?rlala that she has
no leoline of any sort ahont me, and
no consciousness ol flyer having met
io ho fort*,
"So my only .'ope is to see her
irons! a tl I ly, and thal is not so easy as
it sounds. For, w ith the except ion
of on hostess, we lia ve no mutual
friends (ral I am aware ol, itt whoso
linn ? s wo might meet."
"Oh, yes.' said Mary hastily; "1
know Miss Matthews (pille well. She
ls norning io lunch with mo next
"ls Site?' he asked eagerly "And
Ton wil' asl? me, too.' Hut (hat ts
too gi>#id of . Od,'
"'Not at all. I shall lie very
pleased Romance doser ves oncear
Agonien t in those prosaic days, six
is a charming girl ICthel Matthews
I have known hut quito a long time
"Good-bve<" she said. "I have an
early oin ncr engagement and I
Musi gb noW. Don't forget lune!
nt I wo o'ebe !.'.."
"You ha?, n't given nie your ad
She took ont a card front a little
Jewelled o O and gave lt to him.
"2, M;?? air Mansions," he said.
"Thanks, shan't forget, and 1 am
ni:)st gra'ei ul."
'I'lio litt lo "?(iuf.ro'' luncheon par
ty at Ma> air Mansions was t.oi ld? d
ly H BUCCc.H. Slr Junie? Hart waa u
rising diplomat- '.1000(1, ono might
-tay'that ho WH? a rich one- -and h?i
'allied even better than usual, be
?a IBO he was anxious to please MUJS
101 li ol Matthews who was nocus
o:ucd to demand mid re?elvo admtr
i 'ii th it coolness that i? c ha rac
erlstto ot i lie latter-day young worn
ti, accepted Mr. I tomes attempts to
. .' gi . ea ; i graciously, a nd i ho?
.re il lt 11 ? < ri' nilly hy i ho limo thal
?V arrived ai thc Grafton Galleries
Maw : .eslord, watching th?
rog.CSF oi t'...> unie romance with
. thrill a! lier heart that was hall
It'll, and yet hae a touch ol' odd
cu!lies'i? it, ii decided to seo th?
rIlilli! through, and later, she hi
lled tmih Killel and Mr Home lo
lin?? with her the Following week
0 I do ?i play*
ll was Kuy nico anil civil ?if Mr
Home, she thought, to manag?' n call
u II r in between the two festivities,
'lld sin- received him willi gracious
riley ilrlfti i into in Ik about them
"ives, and h< learned many Inlor
st tig thing* concerting him, so
hs' they -lenii'd Uko old and inti
ralo friends when they purled.
lh" I beal re part.'.' promised weil
ul Um commenceitieiit ; for ibo
*ou rt lt nun was a steady-going, mid
lle-ag? d M?Mlt ter of Parliament, a
vldower, with pronounced views
? ml d i ry nionopollzed him lu order
lo ;.ive th? romanee freedom lo de
velop list If.
Vet presently ll seethed as if
something had gone wrong. lOthel
dh tl hows was distinctly initialing
Hie widower in Ibo early stages of
ne a.! of flirtation; while huwrolic?'
. phpicd im doubl bet ru y ed ?i de
in? lo hi it e rriftlgo from her neglect
vit h .Hary.
ii" was surprised i?> bud thal sb?*
was I n ! I of indignant sympathy for
1 ?nw ?ice for, after all. love dlsnp
'Ointments are very usual ?icc,..
.?'ti ?s. ami thal she was actually
1 liking a dlsllko to Rthol bee?use
Ital fickle young person liad desert
ed Mr Hom?' for the widower.
lt h -li inning of you lo l:>U?> it
0 vs? h." sh?? murmured to haw
euee yvhen ii" bogged ibo privilege
elf driving home with hov; "but, of
on, .?. you must not let it become
1 real quarrel. You must Insist ?ni
toeing Miss Matthews lo Kat on Ti I'
'Hui idie has already arra ?god ."
m said; that ottr honorable atol
.vi.rti" friend should ito her escort.
h 'nhl not Uko te Intervono."
\nd a moment later Miss Mat
thews souled ihe point herself by
h i ti |< of a ppr? pria to words where
with to console this blighted lover;
'I'II sin? feu nd ll so dlflleult that
iea\or t o
liligi t lng
i .tl w I
; 1 re.uhe.l the flat she
hine,, ami could only <MI
n . -, her s> ni pa thy bj a
mi come in for a mo
id. "I have something
i say to vim."
a vi a gracious assent,
xe bimi) looking forward to
tiing more thu ii I can say,"
?. began, "Will it bore you
r to my romance?"
She turne.I io him willi tears ?if
ant' -oies, shining in her oycR.
"Of course it will mit hore me."
he nssuVO'l him. "I cannot expresa
o you how sorry I feel, Il0\v Bi ll COT O
y I iy in i ..i bb.?' willi you Put I
ninl, thai Miss Matthews"
about Misa Mat
while the smile
a n d t ll ?'
twinkle i n
his eye t rans,
face, "lt ;s
s n cb ah. o
lute wast;' of
tim?'. I would
so ni tl ?? li
She w a s
ed foi a tno
m ?. n f
' c o u ld
"He read something thal Speak,
em ouragod him in In- ?Irow
her ey?!s." n un p. near
er to him hy the passive hand he
"I cannot wait aiiv longer
-aid. "I vet y nearly
?'oil Hun I loved von
hist ?lay on hath
ila n's ha teeny, hut I did not
to tm tear of helm; hatti)
los.m. i ..> chance, lt has gi
eWqillly rime then, ami |
net!.. I was getting s?
Ml. s Matthews that ' , m
; hov. ed it. Mar?
fredi the ht:
,iui. u ?u t V
I l ite
t . ii ..t thal I saw
. sered, "lt can't bo
i he ?i mistake You
you Hie truth," he said,
. i ' d the other hand. "And
?Ith sour delightful lack of
stn, decided that my Ideal must
Matthews. Mary Mary
i I ; oti , are a little lilt for nm?"
he ?Pd not answer for ?he was still
io tillich iima/.ed holli at him and at
?l'Self to be able to speak; but'In1
ad something that encouraged him
n li? r eyes for .ie lifted her hands
up to his shoulders, and bending
"if thoro ls a grata of hopo for
me, Mary, give nu: one klBS."
And Mary dbl.
DIHTRIIJ i ?J OF THU TOYS.
In Excitement Cave Them to the
Wrong Hoy. <,
Mrs. Stylen V?in Brocklln, whose
time was divided aniong her twelve
women's club* and away from hor
children, took ?tu '"T-day, at Christ
mas, to visit a toy-sltop In the Inter
est of her six offsprings. Doudod
?town vith her gandy purchases she
had roached htr front yard, where
the children wore making a snow
man, when an elegant equipage jin
gled up lo ibo eurh and stopped.
"Oh, Mrs. Van Brocklln 1" cried a
Indy from the coach, "come with mo
to the Social Problem meeting."
Rxxclnlmlng that she had forgot
ten all about this meeting, the moth
er quickly approached the oldest ol
the children about tho snow-man and
pressed tho toy packages in his arm.
Take these Inside and distribute
them among your brothers an.; sla
ters." she sahl: and the ncxl moment
sim was whisked away In thc friend's
That night when she returned
home she was struck hy thc ?orly
and tear-Stailted faces of Ino oh 11
"Pul Hie fleurs right to bed " she
ordered the nurse, taking in t'. . -it*
uathm with tho quickness and accu
racy of the average club woman "1
can sec they're tired out and si - ?py
after so much excitement with their
'lt ain't that, ma'am." returned
t ho nu i so ' ' Von '
"I didn't bring them inst what each
wanted, perhaps? Well, lt's hard to
p as.' so many"
"lt ain't that, ciller, mum; but
yon gave ?di tlc toys to the boy next
v icm: i must nave giv
en the fellah a fwight, for he tried to
look nngwy, and - aw-weplied:
'Youan wight nor no ono either,
lt jove! "
The Wrong Prescription.
A well known physician was tolling
a friend of Ihe humorous phases of
the practice ci medicino when he waa
reminded of the sad caso of a patient
wini came to him auffering from hay.
""'ow, ii is - fact, said tho physi
cian, that in hay fever thero is no
absolutely Infallible treatment. Send
ing one person to a certain climate
may result in .a cure which would not
malciali/e tn the case of anothor.
As a rule I advise the ono afflicted to
lake a sea trip. In this connection I
once i ncountered a great surprise. A
large, tine looking fellow canto to nut
one das suffering from hay fever in
Hs mos! aggravated form. I m ado
the usual suggestion that he take a
trip at voa.
"H?? ?ave nie a look of disgust and
prepared to depart. 'Doggone hil'
he exclaimed, "fe dee capdld of ad
OCOrtd liner. | lil, ad sea ! "
Her Method of Distinction.
"They look exactly alike, and you
dies; them e\.ac?ly alike Mrs. Hlgh
snogglo,'' sahl the caller. "How can
rou tell thom apart?"
"Thal isn't hard to do," answered
the mother of tho twins. "If I slap
Johnny and he swears a blue streak
I knows it's Dick" -Chicago Trib
\ Parting Shot.
"You ar,- not going to send me
home this wity, are you?" asked tho
young mau. as lu. Hesitated at tho
"Well if you walli to wait, father
may bc down and send you out
through tho window," replied the
gui. .is sht' prepared to shut the
door. Yonkers Statesman.
"This hill for $1,200 ls altogethon
too high*/' said tho client.
"Uni didn't 1 provt! you wero crazy
and get you acquitted,1 replied the)
la wv r.
"Yes, you did; hut you hnvon't
proved thal I'm era/.y enough to pay)
tills bill, yet!"
"Yes," said the Rev. Mr. Coodley.
"1 oppose the contemplated prlz?i
for otu- building fund. 1 can't con^
nive at any lorin of lottery.'
"Dxcopt a marriage In the church,"
mtgge thc crusty bachelor,--Phil*
adeii ??. !
rW Dickson has bceaj
' ni quite a while abouti
a owe him."
i can't understand why ho
about lt. 1 don't." St.