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Snvlnit ller nl the Mini,
,tVrtf the mtnt IttlrrrttlHR scmwmo
fir the recovwy of tnli silver nt tlw
lawil mint In that appttwl t tint ntvii
i4h ef tb melting wiuk. The Mg Imu
xilrritMC rods, lit dlptiors, the strainers
nMl tfee latlltm that pome In ratitart
with tt molten metal aro laid ntldc nt
interval and wut ilmvn slalr. Tin v
orvcovrtwl with what hmks like brown
rwet, bqt In rually oxhllxwl silver.
Hmiuhhw, In digit n moment, mm
rdstrwl t kv t n emi of wtlut off tho
(tUtetlla (tf n Ihmi. In Hitch event tho
plan of Homplng away tlw lioutiu and
leMving (tie shell of jwlnt standing
Wonhl lie ragnnlml as sniiiMwhat eccen
tric, yet tlmt Ih HiilMtiiiitlnlly tho moth
(Hi adopted nt the mint. Tho ImpUv
tftcntH nre placed In baths of sulphuric
nrW, which attacks tlio Iron or stool,
litit mvm tho silver untouched. Llttle
by lllllrf a strainer, fur Instance, trill
'Hint I to Mf, tho original strainer
(1lniHnn nnd Imvm In lu place a hol
low silver eotintwrimrt, dellcnto an nn
Ufgahvll. They nn very curious, thrno
ffctl easts. Their surface In n sort of
iwltiml llllgrw, hnnpycoinhi'd with ln
immeiithlo fantastic Krfarntlonri. Tho
reproduction of n Itnlt or arrow In some-
tlMiM as Nrfpct nn nn htlrot.vH, hut
tJny am hurried retiiarwtfMly back to
tlw crucible and thus pontile their cy
cle until at last Hut Unit their Karma
III a mime! coin.- Now Orleans Times-
Will of ffitnid WiMiirn.
''Some wmnuti thirlvo n urt'iit ilenl of
oiUOi'iHWU out of limiting their will,"
rOfnnrhwl a lawyer the other tiny.
l'lioy clMitiar Diem n often it they
tjlmiijW theh fjmriw. It Ih only n few
days ago tlmt I cnino ilown to my olllco
to (lint one of my fnlr clients anx
iously luntllltiK inn. Hhe wim In n great
HlMtH Of IIOrVUIIHIUMW.
" 'Oh. Mr. Illnnk.' Hhe oxelaluiodrTvo
come to uIhihko my will.'
"'What I Again V I iiHheil.
"'Von,' she unlit. 'I discovered last
night Unit Mr. , whom 1 hail In-
tniHlwl to Iwivw toy illniuonil tiara to,
liitM Ikmhi myliiK Milleftil thtnun ahotit
inr I'fHir, ilunil IiiihIhiiiiI- until liu mnilo
liw miinoy out of Kreeii Krocery ami an
off loor IIinmipo tMlliuiH crenturw that
hh In. I eoulil never rent In my grave
ir i iiioiiHiit Him wouiii iieuoilt a fnrtli
Ink' worth from my ileath.
"Cro her off thu will, jileaiw, Mr.
Jilniik, anil mlMtltulo tho mimo of-lot
mo mn, now; whom can 1 Iwivo tho ilia
uiuml tiara to? Well, I'll think It over
tonight nml oaiiio ami (too you In tho
"Ami no on," coutlmietl tho mnn of
Jaw. "That pirnl laily chatiKeil hor will
l.x tlniiw In iih many inonthn, ami tho
tmini-H in It woulil havo lllkil n mnnll
dlrwtory, whllo tho rot of It hukbuhI
hI an nuctlouoer'H i'tttnloRUo."Iouihiu
(Irlrnlnl Inittfiiir! on Jllzrtl IlnlilrN
Tho drink L'cck-MhiNtlcnl autlnirltloH
nt A hippo havo I icon cnlleil upoii to ilo-
clilo a caiie which KtrwiiKly recnllH Holo
iiioii'h fiimoiiH JuilitiiiAiit. Hy a tilrniiRo
rolnelituuco a woman nml her (lauclitor
Until kuvo lilrth to n funuilo child at tho
i-nino tlmn. Hut tho Imhlcw Kot mixed,
and. iih onu of them wiih ugly and tho
oilier pretty ami healthy, both niothem
cUlmml the latter. Tho elder woman
nmlutnltiitl thai, an all hur other dill-
ilreii were hamlHouio, tho URly child
could nut ho hem, whllo hor ilniiKhlor
chilmotl Hint, ImltiK yoiinn, hnmlNoiiio
ami HtrotiR, Hhe could not lx tho luuth
rr of n wonk ami iiKly haho.
Thu rollKlouH chief of tho town wot
tiod tho nffalr lu a Htiuimary way. no
OilJudKod tho tieautlful child to tho
(latichter ou tho (.'round tlmt, It bvliiK
bur llrnt, tho occiulon wiib nut to bo
tnndo ono of huinlllatlon ntul dlnnp.
Ihilntinout, whllu tho elilur tuothor
rouhl afford to forego hor claim bIuco
ulio hnd already hnd novornl hniulholiio
I HOW f
In man)' Impnr
Toor clothci cinnot mike
you look old. Even pilo
cheek won't do It.
Your houichold caret mny
be heavy and disappoint?
menta may be deep, but
they cannot mako you look
Ono thing doca It and
It la Impossible to look
youtiR with the color of
seventy years In your hair.
1 Hontf'a a-rm fl A
Iff l a i i-
J nliond of
Nelerliil M till tho
nml nre cnther
tlino thrr imm tho
V A I ThU IM'CUl
pnrilln 1 Tiwilinr
in uarii. it in
n iiHilkflno' na
fnrnlwuil of Ilia
im I pn-pa rat hin
Wrlrlc llHli la
fn makliiK it nro
ml for a
Olienlor M.1 Mmi'iii i II e "f '
M. Murphy, the fiioioim hunt .li-'im.
cyellat. I ft In how I yei'.f of nt- mi
la OoiiNlilortil thi fnntitd eyi-llNt of hi
nee In tho world hih! i'm miMt ntlilotk-
rllln, nn inkimwir
other, tlmamnkltiK flood'
BiU)rllln iirctiffnr f Uitlf.
vnluoof tills pccullnrlty fa
by Actual rosulta. And Mood's Ha ran
pnrilln hai n reconl of cure nnoqual
til Inmrdlcnl hlatory. lfni1noro of
Ht tho 1
ill nml pro
permanently postpones tho
tell-tale signs of sge. Used
according to directions It
gradually brings back the
color of youth. At fifty your
hair may look as It did at
fifteen. It thickens tho hair
also; stops It from falling
out; and cleanses tho scalp
from dandruff. Shall wo
send you our book on the
Hair and Its Diseases?
Thm Boat Advloo Fmo.
If ion ilu not nhuin til ththtnr
Itli r air-MlH fiam tlx uiaof
i viiinr, write tin flnrtor boit It.
hrm li mm nlmnllT
atltftl Ititani wlilfli
int. .1. a At JUL TwI1. tiui.
Viit'tiliuitril lliv Hlllm.
OrdcrN that were Isnuih) hy thu Oor
man Went Afrlean olllclnls tlmt all
llrenrtiiN In tho IiiiihIh of natives uhould
ho Hiiinipel ami ruKlNterud nrousod
niui'h itlHconteiit. l.li'iitunan Lswrn,
In naiiiarataml, howovi- rfot alouft
with no trmihlo. nv bail Inoculated
enttlu for tho rlmlurpuHt thrvo years bo
fore, iih tho Damai-ax Haw, with Rood
roMiltH, He thoroforu nunouuciHl that
ho wan ready to vnccltinto thulr riitvs
no nH to liiKiiru their Nhuotluit Htralght
and doltiK no hurt ti their owuura mid
the DamnrnN crowdiil to hi in to cot
tholr euuh xtnmpcd.
JuiIro Wan tho ntokn artlclo cold
or only kHM
I'rUonor It wan silver, aor. Tho
cullt was nil mo own, ycr nnnorl
Sylvla-H'hnt'H tho mnttur7 Vou look
n tf you had loMt your hut frlond.
MnudoI wept to hoo n fortuuo toiler
yostonlny, ntul Hue told mo I wan coins
to tnnrry n tail, ilnrlc man. Tho only
rcnl rich follow I know Is dumpy nnd
haa rod hulr. Chlcnyo TlmuH-IIornld.
them, greater aucceaiiM
tneillulmvr u uxlili
u In, unit rluMiin, rhmi-
.-- ii i -ti ..li....
j miuiniu, vuiiir-rn, iiiiii uiiiiiiiri
trauulea trarenbloto Impure or vi
tiated blood, i'sielHBRrentiitom-
nfli-iotiiiiR iih i iillllc, it cures hull
up the nerves,
nnd ruvivlnif Ijraln, iktvo
atriiigtli nml curing
prostration. As n natural
it strongthuns tho
syslem and euros
that tired feulini;,
It has donu nlli
this forothurs amv
what it does for
will do for you.
'olh -4rs It
yo ask for
outwttuniti nnd n nur trtal. Ilf auro
to Kit Hond'a. Kohl by
1'iepnrwl only hy C. I. Hood A Co.,
Lowell, Mass. It ncrtr maiij'iKJinff.
Canada has a forest nrca cstltnntctl at
1J.-0.000 mpmro miles, or 800,000,000
ncroH, tho Urgust forest nrcn, bo far1 at
tho woods of commerce aro concornod,
of any country of tho world. Its forest
production Is 185,000,000 annually.
A Wonder I'loner,
Tho Cnunillatl Manufacturof, rviforls
tho rvnmrknhlo phetiomenoil of tho dla
orvorjr of n tlowcr ".'.ChhikI In n holo In
an old Iron '- M,lnK tm (tower tiolnu; l
" ..uet slnto or preNorvutltiii. V.'ork
mnn oni:nud In lrnkin up old Iron
at n foundry In Ontario emtio across nn
old whool that hnd douo nurvlco ott a
stationary engine for many years. On
brvaklng It ho dlncovorud In a cruvlco a
flower blossom In porfoct condition, lt
color bulng as fnmli as tho day It found
Its way Into Its mysterious hiding
plaeo. It had evidently fulleu Into tho
casting when It was being poured, and
In houio maimer uHcapud Injury from
titd. mnltuii metal. Ah tho cavity wan
purfoctly airtight It naturally retained
tta froshuosti until oi posed to vlow.
tier Luolil Itrnsou,
"Dtm't you wish," ho osketl, looking
ugulfully Into her eyes, "that tho tuji
no) en this Hue was twt tlimwaslona'f"
M,Se," sho answered.
It htruok him like a dash of cold wn
tijr lu tho fue Instantly It dawned
iim him that alio no lougor (ovihI him.
"I'hvy nlwnys light the ear lamps
wm toHtiHg to the long tuHuoK" slw
ndtliHl, "nnd thty don't for tho short
oust." QkltMgo I'osU
Drama Up (n Ilntc.
"Any thine new lu thnt tilay of 'Ma-
"Ycd. 'I'hoy tiod tho man on nu.ui
(omoblto, wound It tip nml let It go."
Chicago Uecord, - .
Duty Is what coos most against tho
grain! because lu doing that Wu do only
what wo nro strictly obliged to and aro
noldom much praised for It La Uru-
An UneuniiHon l'rss Aacni.
It wot a critic who uproao on tho first
night of tho Into Charlt Ituade's
drama, 'it's Never Too Ijtto to Mend,"
n tho I'rlnewM thsAter, Iondon, In
)$5, nnd vnlioiaently protestwl ngntnst
tho Mpcgluc bimlness lu the jail tceuo
as bulng luhuiuau and untrue to life,
iiowover, It wis truo to llfn, and tho
illSatlssltMl tlmt ensued tended to crowd
iiio theater fur many months,
Nubodr Mlascit It.
Ulsks-Iinrry waile a bet that every
liirii wIhj ohwo by his feneo would
tyijji It awl he won.
V5Tsk-NoHHl Hew did It bap-
Wbt-n Htrly atuck up the algn
"Ml'-Mlr of 9mm, nvhy ci
wMm iilaMMf ttltHl ujmwi ta feel ef
Die fuUee.-Uwtaii Trauseript.
F J list . I
A Vindictive llpntltr,
Tho fcMlo laucu Is found on the I-
lands of MactlnhUu ami Kanln l.uela,
wheru tho natives counteract Km virus
with a decoction of Jtiuglo huiuloi-k,
nuil Ihu basis of Its gruwsomo reputn-
tlnn seoniH to bo the fact thnt It does
no; warn tho Intruders of Its haunts,
afi i' the inannor of (ho cobra or tho
rat . 'Niinlco, but (lattens Its colbi and,
wit': flllghtly vlhrnllug tall, awaits
ll tho unsusiiectltitf traveler should
fbo uo sign of hostile Intont, ho may
bo alloweil to tinss unhnruicd within
two vrds of tho colled mntndoro, but a
closer approach Is apt to bo construed
oh n challenge, nnd tho vlvoron, mid
deul.' roaring Its ugly head, may scaro
thu t-oHpaBScr Into somo motion nf solf
defense tip nuiy IJft bis foot or brnnil
Ish his Htfelc lu ftnounc1ijg mnnner. If
ho r us, ho Is lost. Tho lower colls will
CXL, !t,-i,.r,,1B,,1f tuo business end,
uiN and all. Pi few feet uenror; tho
head "points" llko a lovoled rlflo, thon
dart forward with electric swiftness,
giilin I hy nil unorrlug Instinct for tho
Bi'lc. Ion of thu least protected parts of
tho l oily.
Ah I tho vindictive bruto In' ready td
repeat Its bite. I'or u inomont It roars
bnc'l'. tromblltig with excitement, nnd.
If foiled by a 'blow of Its victim's ntictc
U'lll nr(p away savagely at stumps and
stQQ s or even, llko a wourided pan
(fict nt Its own body. Popular Hclonco
ciihstkh ti. Hunntr.
bnhr In cronlor Now York. IIo linn
ridden n nuartcr In 48 seconds, which
Is considered marvelous considering his
ngo. rrofossor Mas Unger hold out
the boy, mounted ou his whool, with
one hand. At 11 years i hi he could lift
his ontlro upper body through tho force
of tho stomach muscles wnllo lie re
cllnod ott his back and his father held
his feet. Ho could also do tho dip, chin
nnd other athletic feats of tho Hnrgant
system in vogue nt Harvard.
A cuto (fttlo U-year-old Cleveland boy
Is enjoying the sensation of his first
pair of trousers, relates tho Plain Deal
er. Of coursd fho now "panties" nro n
"wellsprlng of Joy" to the lllllo Inddlo.
and ho Is getting quite round shotililor
ed stooping over to Inspect his chubby
A few days ago n olosot door wns left
open, nml Mnstcr Leonard pooped In.
In the closet several pairs of his pupa's
trousers weio hanging, and Leonard
caught sight of thorn.
"Hern, muilder, tnuddor," bo sudden
ly called, "la desu my pants or fod
Homo time ngo ho heard his mother
say to his grandmother that sho was
going to buy some postngo stnmps for
herself ami put them away whero
lA-ounrd's pupa couldn't mako a prac
tice of borrowing thorn.
"If I glvu tho lettors to him," sho
laughed, "ho will probably carry thorn
around lu his poclie - a month be
fore ho remembers to unil them."
Master Leonard heard this conversa
tion, ami It didn't pleaso him.
The stamps wero purchased and laid
nwny In n drawer, and tho sharp llttlo
eyes noted there whereabouts.
That orrolug ho cllmbod on his pa
pa's knees nnd said:
"1'oddor, If oo wants nuy pos'ngo
stamp oo turn right (o mo. I know
Just whora mudiler puts 'otn, an I ain't
dolu to soo oo cheated 1"
A l.iiittclinlila Child,
A twiinygMt witt hJ i child
Nimr.1 SiHlllnit lllllr l)hu,
Wt chwl sum iWi nJ sltrsfl smiled
Whin ht had cum ta die.
rUrahK. llowon. i.fl'iru, lnd.,ildi
for l(blt years I surrtrtd wltb
wktiM wiiiisr ta my in. 1
could nslihs r tlp nor rt well, sad
siffdudtoa inrikltn, Mr
kin w muddy, my rt lifvy sod
1 Hi dliiy muiboftlis tlins.
Uri ertirlid fur ta wltliout avail)
medlelQU tcxnifd to da in a no good.
1 tuml ih brink of dilr wlisn
fmnd Iwld in Ut Dr. WlllUnu
I'lnk 111U for I "nit I'tepia had aveoui
tlilidlneo HolUr toialno, I
Uoiufhl a lxx rtnd tok ttitm I
luilil mors and took tatm until I
ws ril nnd mans. Dr. WillUnu
I'lnk I'llls tor I'ais I'tupU trau(lit
tut ntw llf sad 1 reeotuiiisnd lliim
tp vry lurTfrnif womio."-Vs,
iKt HtptMit'i, lru,Iit.
t'Ulit Talk la M'oinin, a ni
book, stat italsd on rtquvtt.
Dr. WIIHsms' Plijk m UfFiUPiipii
sis iiiiii il3 i l diii "',''.'
iJt iI.i,iiiiicViim . ail Jjiisiil-.
r Mfract from ll Of, WHIlxl UtiMU
It.. ltKjMlll. N. T . tO cmtl Sir IH.
And hli mothtr nkid a coco
To tiki hli pholomph,
Tbi Utlcr tctid llkt a loon,
HCiUW bi bid l liuili.
-t York llirild.
Ila rasaott thm liar.
Tha following Incident Is vouched for
by tho captain of a Now England fish
ing schooner. Ono oronlng Just after
dusk tho captain and bis crew went
down to supper, tho weathor being
fnir, leaving tho whtol In chargo of
tho cnbln boy. IIo wns a groan band,
nnd tho captain beforo going below
said to him, "Hoy, stcor by yonder
star, and you will bo all right" Out
In a short time the boy got tho vessel
off her course, tho consequence being
that tho star appeared astorn Instead
of ahead. On notlolng this lbs boy
suug out: "HI, captain, cowo and find
mo another start I've passed that
Why Ship la CaJlad "Sho."
rerhsps It would not bo nu error to
trace tb custom of calling a ship "sho"
back to tbo Greeks, who called all
ships feminine names, probably out of
deference to Athene, goddess of the
sea, but tho sailor assigns no such ran
i sons. The ship to him Is a veritable
I sweetheart. Hhe poasesses a waist,
, collars, stays, laces, bounds, ties, rib
bons, chains, watches and dozens of
other feinluluo valuables.
Tlaara and Canarlaa,
A tiger with a glass eyo Is In n too 'at
Htutgnrt. Oermnny, and looks as florco
with his glass oyo as with tho real one.
A lady lu Hnrluglleld. Mass., bas two
rauarli's which are so old they aro both
baldhufltlcd. Otic of them Is blind, but
thoy both "peep" a llttlo to reward
their kind mistress for her cato.
When (leiminl Arthur MacArthur
was nppulutHl adjutant in Ihu Twen
ty fourth WIihuiihIh vflluntewH In 18iW,
, In- was wi simill uf ttntur wild of voleo
that liv was fauilltarly buawH as "The
I lay." a HHiuv which still stleks to him
lu th PblllliltlHM-
imm 1 1 ctiwmi' mmii turn. i urwian ujMwroaMwwnMMatty
MANY young women aro ootnplotely prostrated for A
week out of overy month by menstrual sutforings.
Tho torrors of menstruation overshadow their whole
lives. How needless this is In most cases It shown by the
thousands of grateful letters constantly
ooniliig.to Mrs. I'lnklmui at Lynn, Mats,,
from romen sho has holpod.
MlM Jom Saul, Dover, Mich., writes
a follows to Mrs. Plnkham :
"I suffered untold agony every
mtnth and could got no relief until I
. i,-, .
iriou your inouicine, your icuor oi nu-
vloo nnd a fow bnttlot o.f Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetablo
Compound havo made mo tho happiest woman allvo.
I shall blots you as long as I live."
MISS KOSA HSXDBN, 1 36 W,
Clevolnnd Ave., Canton, 0.t
"Dear Mrs. Pinkiiam
Four years ago I Had almost
given Up hopo of ever bo
ing well again. I was
afflicted with those
dreadful headncho spoils
which would somolltnen
last three or four days,
Also had backache, bear- v
j . .
mg-aown pains,. leucof
rhcoa, dlzziuost. and terri
ble pains nt monthly periods
confining me to my bed,
A'fter reading so many testi
monials for your medicine, I
concluded to try it. I bogan
to pick up after taking
the first bottlo, and havo
continuod to gain
eanldlv. nml nna, (nn
a i J ' w w .
' f llko a different woman.
V I can recommend Lydia
' E. Pinkham's Vogotablo
Compound in highest tonus
to all tick woman."
Paces becoma naln anrl thin. t?.
turos grow tharp nnd haggard. The stamp of suffering is un-
9 fjT -jj9V B
Alt vr- '- v. r)4;,.
Pain leaves its mark.
mistakable. Write to Mrs. Plnkham for aid.-. Jler experience-
I . ,1 I i t a a m
is mo wiaosi in ine wonu anu iter aavice is tree.
Three Big Editions of
Randall Irving Tyler's Book
have been sold in this country, nnd every
copy of the book has made at least one
friend for the author.
Tyler's New Book
is just now having a groat run.
Both of these books are handsomely
illustrated and printed on excellent paper.
They are the prettiest fifty-cent -hooka
ever built for the general public. It cost
money to put up books in this way) but
Tyler's wonderful popularity as an author
of modern fiction has made our disbursement a good investment.
His books are not only absorbing: as stories they make people
ht .. ! - i nn i i .
i imnK. xcariy every newspaper iroiu mains o ivicjuhj qs
commended Randall Irving' Tyler's work in words of unstinted
praise. Gtl one or bolh of Tyler's books.
"FOUR MONTHS AFTER DATE," BOo.
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Special null-order edition tent promptly postpaid, on receipt oi price
Tho Stuyvesant Publishing Co., 253 Broadway, N.Y.
A Sllvitt lUliako,
A curly haired small boy sat lu a
Fourteenth utreot car Just at tho tlmo
of tho ihty whon tho cars aro most
crowded on Thursday eftnmoon. A
worn looking woman, o'-ltlontly his
mother, sat beside hlni. At Kiftcontb
stroot a particularly buxom woman of
middle no crowded Into tho car. Thoro
was no seat for her, nnd sho stood tjlnr
Ing nt tho boy. Later hor dlsnleasuro
rented Itsolf In words, nnd sho express
ed herself freoly to tho woman who
stood noxt her about wotucu who lot
tholr children occupy soats whllo ladles
aro standing. Tho worn looking wom
an Hushed, but made no mora to have
tho boy snrrendor his that. Tho buxom
woman still glared nnd still expressed
herself with oxtreiuo frntikuewi. Tho
boy eat still. At .V itreoj tho mother j
rang the boll. As the car stopped she j
put hor arms around tlfo boy and lifted' ,
hlin to his fVot, hrtlf carrying blin to'
tho door. '
"Won't yon tnkd this scsty sho sold i
to tho buxom woman. "I am Just tak- ,
Ing him homo from tho hospital." j
And as tho car rolled on tho buxom
woman looked warmer than tho weath
er warranted. Washington Post. .
bio ntul chairs aio seldom capable ot
standing ou more than two lcgH at a
"Wlion 1 first wont to Japan 1 couhX
not undorstnnd how. on tlip fprolgn
side of tho Japancsp hotels, tbo aceouVj
modatlons could bo so Inforlor, when
tho Jnimuoso portion nas kept scrupuj
lounly clean. Ono would naturally
think that n poopio whoso houses wore.
so spotless would rorolt at having nf
portion of their premises In a filth
"Hut, as explained to tuo bytbolatiuV
lord of ono of these hybrid osabllt!r
monts: 'Korelgners nro dirty By nature.
They go about their houses lu theb
boots, and consequently they cqntot
wish to have their rooms kept u prop
er condition.' " Literature,
Tha Harder Wns niBfcl,
"After being shave. rhtrnun ho 7
tp! harbor shop.'. .,A tha m.n from
waikeu out ana uowu
South llend, ")'
ntrl Par tho Ulrtr On.
"In several of tho provincial ',.,. M
writes Mr. Ilansomc, "ono r .J',a
said to bo conducted or
principle and certal,,0
havo n foreign side. '"
rule, tsrrihlo. , "u"h J'1"!6' L''
Mi.min it Tuo room" a" dirty,
idmmhI? rloket'' tb0 bedolotheaaw,
apparent f tMom aD(1 tU8 uj
tho streot nd entomi another shopj
mid took A c,mr Tu0 barbtP iatheted
?m' raped mo without a word. ttttf(
i ulnutes tator I submitted tnysolfw
. third. Ho lathered and rubbed M
If I had not bean shavod for a mcpth.
nnd just as tio took up tho rasor t
" 'Didn't you notlco that I lyid beca
shaved twlco already this mornlogf
" 'Yes, sir,' ho repllod.
'"Hut you aro going to shavo teav
'"No, sir. I supposedyou camo la'
hero to got the skin takcooft and parf
with some of your oheekl' " I'lttsburg'