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iTtis llrd Turk Sinn Had IWobt to
nr acori-ol" enld n Hydo Fnrk tnnn
jwbo was riding down town In nu early
train yesterday. "I deteit poopio who
nro so blamed positive nbout every
thing." "It Is n dlsagrreablo lmtitt." tho pas
rctiKur who sat next to him admitted,
"ninl It ntwnys pleases iao to ico such
peoplo confronted with proofs that
thoy nro lo tho wrong."
"Yos, It iloos mo too. My wlfo's cmis
In linn been visiting tu for sovernl
days, and lie's onu of thoso know It all
fellows. Von cnn't toll lilm anything.
Yesterday morning ho was reading
nbout thl Dreyfus trial, and I gnve
lilm n pointer on how to pronounce n
French word that wns used. Hut do
you suppose ho wns willing to admit
tlmt 1 knew tuoro nbout It than ho
"I supposa not"
"No. He ant thorc, right nt my own
tnblo nnil nrguod with mo for SO min
utes trying to show Hint 1 didn't know
whnt 1 wns talking nbout. Such poo
jilu tnako tno wenry."
"Why don't you Ret n Fronoh diction
nry and proro to him that ho wan
"Oh! I looked It up yesterday nnd
found tlmt I was mistaken myself, but
vhnt make mo mad Is the fact that ho
wan bo bin mod positive about It." Ohl
All Unr Or.Irif tit rill.
Tlit matron of tho Ohlldron'H homo In
iWlehltn, Knti., Imi received n lottor
from n mrtn who wkuta to adopt n
"Bond ono," ho any. "Mint In llvoly
nnd will luugli mid cry mid got Into
mischief. 1 mil IIS yonni old, nnd 1
would giro tho world for n child that
will Inugh nnd get In my wny mid
bother me. We'll give It n Rood homo.
I have raised llvo children, but they
nre nil gone now, nud I cnn toll you
there Is nothing no sweet ns tho bother
Of ohlldren." New York Trlbuuo.
The I'limlly Authority.
"Wllllo Sny, jKi, Ih ovory word In tho
I'n No, I guns not, my son. Kvory
llttlo while n now ono nomas Into uso.
Wllllo What's tho last word, thou,
I'n I don't lennw. Go nsk your moth
er. Ghlengo Now.
"Hntinnh." oxctntmcd tho mistress,
"what do you menn by putting nil your
money Into mackintoshes, galochcs nnd
"Wasn't It yor own ndvlco, mum,
that I put nway nil I could fur n rainy
lny, mum?" Detroit Frco Press.
A Iltvnl'ii I'atlmute,
Bho Hut do you think ho ha oror
dotio nuythliiR Hint will bo remomborcd
after ho Is roiic?
He That will dopond altogether
upon wjiethor his various Inllors die
boforb ho dbeH or not. Ghlengo Times
"Franklin." wild .terfersoil us they
nt slpplug cool drltiks In the Patriots'
club over the rl-er, "I see the Phllndel
phlaiis hnvo Riven you n stntuo."
. "So soon iik tlilK?" (iierl(Hl the sago In
hurprlse.-PlilIudolphln North Amor
linn lllii Htiaplclnnn,
"WhoiU I; ls you. I I gar. you nro not
nfrnld I Bin going to nsk for money,
"No. tlonr; but. I'm nfrold you'vo nl
ruady dlonped mo out whllo 1 wan
nsloop." Chlengo Hucord.
Slur Thnii l,lll'. J
Mrs. I'lgg-I oiiKht to im to that club
meeting thlM irteriioon. but I enn't get
up enough uiiii-jy m start
Mr. Mux-Would It help you along If
I were to tell you not to go? ludlau-
A Kind llenrlril (llrl,
He Ho you Rive mo the mlttun?
Hp-A ml this Is all?
Rhtv-I mlNht throw In n raw moth
tolls. Ohleuw) IteeiM-d.
Hot All llncll.h.
Mttlo Minn WnyutH-l 'ur butUr
Little Mhw Ul(ehuip-N.p. but his
ClotlHM Is. New York Wekly,
Dlaniut Joy. .
"Do you otijay HnuptNtanu's plays,
"Ytts, IihJinmI! tlHy .are so euto ntut
Tliouulit II Umlfrilnad,
"Ml. VmTr out lb fnmi, who
fiSHttnt I sittl HMiwitiliMl to Ills unlM-.
Tin wHr. itiivr. ituwly looked
LttlHl. fti.l. . n n Hi III oil
nftxin i'iiiiiiii-i Nii-r in- hrwimkt sm
Ik w irm i itoiii. iu n turn.
Wan. i. .mil i hi- ruiU "tkki Is
e rrli.' T
"Yi. sir UMift run kv.tr nt we
ytHt waninl it iiiubT"
THE SPORTING WORLD.
The orlRlnntors of our nntlonnl fmni o
were Reiitlemen who played ItaHoball
for recroAtlon only, snjs tho I'hllndel
phln Times, nud would hnvo hold In
low ostceui nny man who soiiRht to
trnnsform It Into n business menus of
RnlDlnc n livelihood. It wns their In
tent:on ns well ns Hint of other Renern
Hons of enthusiastic bnsebnll plnyors
who followtHi thorn that Imsehnll
should lx purely n Rcntlemnn'o Rnmo,
As clubs multiplied throtiRhout tho
country It became necessary to cstab
Hull somo Reiieral orRanluitlon hnvliiR
authority to control nnd roRiilnto tho
Interests of tho sport, to uinke such
chntiKo in tho playing niles ns mleht
from tlmo to tltuo seem ucccssnry nud
In ovory posslblo way protect nnd Im
provo our nntlonnl sport. To meet this
necessity there wns formed the Nntlon
nl Association of liasobal! rinyers, In
which nny club wns entitled to mem
borshlp with tho privilege of sending
dologntes to tho nnnunl meeting. Tho
pbiylug rules ndoptixl by this orgnnluv
Hon were tho stntidnrd ones for tho
Rnmo nnd wore respectod nnd ndopted
by nit clubs, whothor members of tho
association or not Almost Jlio flint
rule ndopted by this national nssocln
Hon wns ono most positively debarring
from membership and rendering llnblo
to expulsion nny club In which thoro
wns n man who played bnsoball for
hire or emolument of nny kind, tho ob
ject being to maho and keep tho sport n
gentleman's Rome. Tho result of this
wns Hint bnsebnll nourished between
tho years ISUd nnd 1871 to nn extent
thnt luui never been known before or
since. Tho number of clubs wns liter
nlly loRlon, nnd hi ovory largo city tho
number of matches that wore played
dnlly was nlmost Incredible. Tho
grounds were usunlly upon somo vn
cr.nt lot or common nnd were frco to
nil, no ndmlsslon feo being charged.
As n consoiiueiu'o tho crowds nt theso
contests wero very grunt, from 10.000
to .10,000 being by no means nn unuvunl
In tho city of New York, for exam
ple, Hiitro wero five dlfferont bnRobnll
grounds within n stone's throw of ench
other, nnd senrcely n day passed dur
ing tho bnsoball sennou thnt thoro wns
not n match in piogress uikiii ench nnd
every ono of those grounds, mid tho
rnmo Is truoof other InrgeclUes. It Is tio
uxnggeratlon to sny that 50 years ngo
200 games were played for every one
thnt ts playod now. Dasob.tll Is un
questionably lu Its deendonco nnd tins
been over sluco professional bnsob
players wore first oponl" - ..cd
nud professlonnl plnyiug ponultted.
Tho sport recelml Its death blow ns n
pure, henlthful recrentlou nnd Invlgo
nitlug muscular oxerclso nud wolcomo
relief from the tolls mid cares of the
dally nvocntloiiH of men nnd boys of
nil classes when It censed to bo n gon
Tho tllcynlo n Corn All.
If tho luvostlgntlons of the modlcnl
frntenilty continue, cycling bids fnlr
to becoino n euro nil boyoud tho wild
est clnlms of tho patent medicine
cpincks. Diabetes In tho latest disease
for which tho blrycle Is proscribed,
(.oniinn nutlioritlos hnvo found thnt
"ovon In novoro cases of dlnbetes ac
tive iiuuculnr oxerclso, such ns bicy
cling, may be utilised ns u therapeutic
factor of senrcely loss luiportanee than
togulntton of tho diet. Tho former linn
tho ml van time of being more readily
nppllctthlo, ns n rule, than the latter,
mid for this reason It Is worthy of seri
ous consideration lu cases In which It
can be employed. Its Inlluenco should,
however, ulwnys bo llrst carefully test
ed both (junlltntlvoly mid quanti
tatively." Stirrup IVilnl.
Tho Belnutlllc Aimirlwiii descrlbos n
now stirrup pinlnl for bicycles. The
Iden Is phtlu enough. It Is to etmblo
tho rldor to oxert grenter power on the
down stroke tluin would ho possible
If the ordinary form of jieilal wore em
ployed nnd to obtnlu a bolter control
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IMW TH STIHIILT tftiAl. WUIIU
of the wheel rbeu Imek (Msbtllpg. The
stirrup l plvottNl imi tb i0mI pin of
ihv vrauk by i nouns of h ituove swlug
lug uit bull iMmrliMs. Whatever may
lie tbu immUIoii of tkv crank, tu stirrup
will always lisug venleiUly. Tlw foot
ou the down stroke exerts force uvon
tue bottoiu of tlw stirrup, ami on Um
up stroke tut foot will bear against
the ptNtnl sIm-tu. l'owsr Is therefore
HpilM on both up and tlewu strokes.
It li claimed for luv stirrup that It dls
IM U4HH Mltll IH UertsMlty of toe ellm.
tost high km dvitwi Is avurrauw nnd '
thnt In bnvk MHUtllae the rMer la sou-'
Mod to stop bis wkwl uiucb wore '
HUlrklr I ban wtMikl nlltai-uUu lu. I
N or aril Them Willi Simiisc.
TUmu who Im I1i- Mmi ret illag uat
Ik for Istt'tes are IU raault of uMMtern
HvUltaltoa lire out of dale The (I reek '
Huratts used to carry Hh-iu mtb n
smKf full of Imaay lu a um! put tu
l M the t-blldrwu from vrfU . soil In
thr Hrltlsh niiim-uin itrc t.u Urtk
rasas itatln rrom TOO It ('. wblck are
mtirti like fiftim Uiitkrs itsvd by thi
lUtwana subaMuuily. i
CAUMOAT1U) IKnVOIlMINO HIS rAVOIItTIC
use of all bl Irnnilnc He ws surh an
apt studsnt nf '.hviiiUtry that he was
scut to a iinin.utery nvnr Pnlrrnio to pur
ine the utility tiiiilur the direction of
learned pilunts, It wns nu nito of Igno
rance sin) roprrstltluii. and tho nsllo
mind of Ilnlsaino detected great possibili
ties In pvrfonnlii tricks linst-il on this
kt'lniiee. lie was tistnrnlly a trickster,
and so, after ooinplatlng his course of
stuily, lie sttirtwl out on a career at de
ception. He bugsii by forging Oientnr
tickets and then a will. He relitied a
goldsmith nnined Marsno of n sum of
money ItaUsino pretended Hint n secret
treasure lay hurled In n certain reeky
eh m nst outside the eity of l'nlurmo
ami U.v. he, fur a eouslilerntioii, of
cnurse, was ulilu to utisnrth tho gold by
inesns of rertnlti maglesl IncsiitatluiiN.
The goldhoat.ir was u slmiile iiinii and
like n KUiliaHju Kwsllowed thu bslt, lumk
ami nil. He ntil.l the reipilrml fee mid, nr
wiiiisnUsl by tin- ninateiir siiriwrer, pnlil
a visit on n nrtslu dnrk nliclit to the
lonely smt where the tronnure was sup
hwiiI tu bo.
The necn insiifrtT drew a magic circle
of pbntplm-iH uii the Krouml, primouni-i-d
some enbsl. llc words slid bndv the gM
sruitli tu dig. Marnuo went to work with
plek and s.mde. Suddenly terrific yell
wire heard, ami a ti-mip uf devils i.bi
seidi's Uio 1 1 colliimiileim In dl'llel
rindied from Ixdilnil the rocks m il pouue
el iiki) the hsplesa goMsmllh. They
piiuiuieled lilm with their IUU nud prod
ded hlui Willi pllilifi.rku nud left lilm In
si'itslblo Rtiioug the rucks. I'or this act
llalsamo wu fur-l tu Met- frmu I'nlenn..
to cseaiw the vruKesuee uf the furluus
goldsutlth nnd piiuUlimeiit st the hniuls
if the mithorltk-s. Ik- wsn net loath to
leave the city, for he had the heart of a
In company with a (I reek nntiMsl At
thutss he visited ireecv, i:t)ut. Arabia,
I'emls, IllunU-M, Malta, Nuples, Venice
nnd Itutue. Aerurdlng tu Id uwn seosuiit.
be ntudled iili'lti-iny ut Mulla Its Ue htk
urslury of I'lutu. urmel n..iu-r nt the
KiilgbU of Viili.i ninl Hi. .Inlin. Dttrlng
the iniimr ui III- wiiiiilerliist he becsinw
inure and more vi-rned in nniuriil msglr,
and his tal m lu Hint Hue were su great
that ha s-e u u-un u rvptitiitlui a n mas
tr uf iulr "-leii. He pei-rei'titl his dex
terity sad Uvsuic pnJlrkut In tiii-ks hi
vuJvliMt tkw one uf k-lbl ut hand. 1 li
aise learned the art ( f'irsliis ducuuietii
ami KeaU and iiractletnl vltU seal the
praisaeloM uf the Ides ut "mine and
In ltowa h met s U-antlfvl girl, Io
renaa l'4l lMl. dnuahtei- uf a girdle
maker, nnd s slie u dextrrous In the
praetlse of sly art nnd iimmU-d to bt a
good asslntsnt Hi lilm ami helpmate they
were married, flic was. In (set, more
original and lavvnthi- than uluwolf. and
tbey trs Tiled ever Kurup In a eusrb
with a reilune of servants In gnr
twous llverias. He played the srt of a
msaieian. urovket and esnrelst so well
that bis fanw spread urrr Kurope, nnd
people ef the better rlaas. sebi4ars ami
writer, met bint with great dereretiee.
Vhs ladle- wore fan, bats ami suurenlrs
a la Oairttet'ro. Hi wife's picture and
Ilk own wet worn In lockets. Marble
UmM ef the couple were tu be M-eri In tkw
iwrks and pcUc, i.nd auoVr Hie pietore
f the elia rial nn were lumiiii-U the
wordi, "Tlie Dlrin Raliutru."
Oae af hln famous srtu wss the press
ration ef a rejim-iuiihtc tlm-ture by
wbnse use aid aBd wrinkle' I I mile, lelcht
nktaia a suiuuth skin nut thi- t:iilnii
i-hermf af youth. "At Htrsvbuis"
aar at his bioMraphers, "be resinil nn
abundant karre-t by profesaiug tbe srt
ef tasking oW -e.iple runc." Csi.-liui.trn
blmsrtf preteeileil t" ! uf n-i t ngi- nnd
oV.-isimI that be hud UolmobU-.l with Al-
exsmler and Julius Oatsar, Hint he was
R rrteti I at the burning of Heme under
'ni. nnd cts an crovrttneii n( thn eru
cihxien of Christ As the founder of a
certain mysterious lodge Osglloitro gain
ed many ndhtrcnta. He led his brother
hml Imek to Hnnch and Itllas and prom
ised th members that thsyslinuld bo
born agnln. morally nod phymenlly, nnd
In thnt wny they could lire 5,000 years.
Count Caglloitro wss at too perihelion
of his fame whrn he first appeared In
rnris, In the summer of 1781. Ills record
hnd preceded him, and all Tarls was on
the qui vhr. Carditis! do Holinn of
France, who was a II rm bcllcror In the
uretcaidons of the charlatan, entortnlned
him In Paris, Introducing him to thnt gsy
world of tho old rcglmo which wont out
fererer In the Trench revolution. He
captured Paris ns easily ss bs had other
csidtnls on tho continent, and ho literally
nen Cagllostro enmo to Franco, lis
found tho ground prepared for his magic
al oporatlnns. A society eager for ills
tractions nnd emotions, Indulged to ovary
form of extravagance, necesanrlly wel
comed surh a man and hailed him as Its
guldo. " hence did ho como? What wss
tils com 'rr, his age, his orlglu? Whoro
did ho got thoto cxtraorillnnry dlqinonds
wlilch adorned hts dress. Uie gold which
bo naaandcred bo frcclr?" It was all a
mystery, tio far ns wns known CsRlloitro
bad no resources, na letter of credit, and
yet bo lived In luxury. Ho trcatol and
cured tho poor without pay, and, not snt
Isfled with restoring thm to hetilth, be
biado them largo presents of mouey, Tlie
Germans, who lived on legend, imsglaed
thnt ha trsa the WnnJitrtiii .lnu- Htii.nl.
' jng a strange glbheriah, which was nej
tner Itcnch nor Itallsn, with which bo
tninglrd n Jargon wlilch ho tlld not trans
late, but called Arabic, ho used tu recite
with solemn cmnhails tho most absurd
! fables, shd ho found the people ready to
listen ana hciicvo mm.
Tho count dressed lu a manner thnt be
fitted his calling. According to tho ran.
authentic records, he was rather n bmlly
bull' man, clml In poorly cut Utte tnrfeta,
Inrod nn the borders. He worn his hair
hi ii startling and most ridiculous stylo,
with powdered plaits bunched In cade
ncttes, Ills silk stockliiss were etnbmlj
ercd In gold, nud the buckles of his vvlv
shoes sparkled with precious stones. The
dlnplay of diamonds oa his Augers and
watch chains went bryond tin line ef
vulgarity. His li-addrens wms a polnu
hat eninineuted with whlto plumes. Dur
ing eight months of the year lie wore
great bluo fox cloak. On the strvct he vm
a walking scarecrow, and tho children
Sled from him In terror. His feature!
wero rcgulnr, his cumploxlou clear, his
teeth superb, and his eyes were of mar
velous brllllnnry. His wife wits a wom
an of bewildering beauty, rualhtiug tire
Greek lines lu all their nutlque purity
and enhanced by an Italian exprcsnieu.
It wns the Cni-dinnl do Iluhsn hlmwelf
who limtnllod Cnelluatru and his wife lu
the home of Mine. d'Orvllllers. and wtih-Ji
Is uow tu be turn down, lie visit
tho sorceror olmuit every day, , .lug at
dinner time and remaining until Into in
the night. It was snld that tho greet
cnrdlunl asalsted Cagllotro In his labors,
and the people of Hint time spoke of the
mysterious laborntory whoro gold hub
bled and diamond sparkled In crucibles
brnuiiht to u whlto heut.
The quceti of Km nro had a strange nn
lipnthy toward the chnrlntaii, nnd it wns
forbidden t.. mention his nnme In her
presence or at court. The wlfo of the
Com to de la Mode, ail adventure, of tho
first rank, buiiMteil of her ability to con
quer the queen's dislike, filie Ilrvt rnnde
thu nrquiilutnnce of Iirensa and after
ward that of Cagllostro, who Introduced
her to the cnrdlniil. Then followed Uie
well known Intrlguo of the diamond neck
lace. Here I the count's own statement
of the affair:
"On Hie lil'd of August a oominlMlro
and eight pollcouien entered my bouwe.
The pillage l-egnn In my preaenco. Thoy
eoiniielli'il ne to open my secretary,
nilxlrn, bnlius and precious liquors all lw
came the prey of the orltiers who came
StUliKSLT TKMMlItU THLL8 WWtK IIIUHU.
la amsst me. I kimjad the oommiasalrs
porwlt me tu uv mr carriage. II re
(uaed. 'Hie aiuit teak uie by the collar.
He hail pistols, the stocks of which ap
peared from the iiockuts of his seat.
Tbey bustled me Into the street and
saandsloWy dragged me along the boule
vard to the Hue Notre Dame d Nasa
reth. 1 re a enirlage appruuehed, whlsb
I wns iwruilttwl to enter to take rao to
While In the Ilsstllto Cagllostro made
thr r-um-kulila prediction that one dar
the Haatllls would be rased to the c round.
IIuw well that prophesy was realised hi
Tho antiquated house of Oocnt Osglios
tra In Pari I to bs torn down. It was
the keaduuarter of ueeromaney tu the
eighteenth eentury. Csgllottro Is per
baiM better known as IJulmaio, tho
iwlnclpttl akaraster In ssvtral of Duma'
famous novel. In fictlen the Italian ad
venturer I given eredlt fer luptiy cued
qualities that hlstarlsn seem to Esvo
been unable tu mul. The affair of Marie
Antoinette's diamond nreklsee Is even
Juetlnad on peiltleu: ground. There Is
good around to believe that Caglloitro
was the llrst man to make use ef me
Mert'Ui for fraudulent imrpese.
lliUamo hum burn ef a merchant ram
llr lu Palermo. Plelly. In 1748. He re-ei-lwd
tbv nu' nMtHU i.f nu eilutmii,
sod M:ii luituraUy bright he made good
mi nn.i.i.1. .Hunmi.i mi
RACE UP A MQUNTAIN
A KANAKA llUNNEft PISTANQEt rALF
A DOZEN rOnSEa''
It Woe a TerrlO) Tfai" ot RMnrnner,
nnd tlie Slnrdr "tilijrct otyiilnknnn
Won Itnallri Tliminli 5Vo o tbo
Horses J)roijiji ilenij',
"Did nny of yflti pvpc jipnr of n 35
mllo sleepleclmso for inni mid beastV
Inquired cue of ho pnllforula moil lu
a iwrty pf iprf foqwprs' whou utprlci
of queer but) and ong hpts wero go
ing ground. "Valj, thw was nn of
fnlr of lift t HI-PI lluwu In t0 Ilnwnl
lnu bunpi i) tho fall of &, when
that oiilf pillo ppHonnio proposltlou,
Knlnknun, wns king of tho Ightuds.
Thoro unrp i)n tppliopos Joining tho
lslmpH ioi, n ?0 sin I" mossflgoH nnd
iliniUlillM werp pgrrled by tho Inlor
iHluiiij ieniifs nud dollvored by Kn
uVn rill)iH'C. Theso ruiiiiors could
R'llluji nil 0y, IIUo American Indians
iu rolDHit or op tho trail, nnd they
Uhlu't (.now Wlwt gottlus winded pr
"Ktilnkuua Ihouglit a good drsj qt
tluva mimar at bis. Ho alwnya jnnlu
Wiwi Umi tliey could go fnster and
farlhur Uuu horses over Uo rough
IXswajjii twuntry. In this ho was dls
pulinj by iiuiiibor of tho wblto nt
taclies of Ills court. Knlaknua M-nger
M f 5,iW0 la Robs of f 1.000 with Cvo of
llimn tb.it to would pick out a ninnor
from among bis Knnnkns wlid'i! got
from IIUo to tho top of tlwt burning
hike of K.lmiios.ndlMtnueoof 20 miles,
qulchrr tluin nny hui-so nud suijr rider
could do the trip. They snapped tho
king up nt even motioy. It iooJLod nn
If tlmy hsxl tho good uud of ii, Tho
king and n big party from Honolulu
oaiksl In ono of the InturMuud twiui
era lo llile, ou tho iniilu Ulaud-wC Ha
wall, to koo tho finish.
"Tlte Iteng picked out a lisse. lithe,
sinewy lOimikn, n iiinii nbout 410 yours
old, vlto luui boon oiuploywl ais a run
ner ou tho Island of Maul fur jl mini
lor of years, to try tho trick for him.
Klgbt ltnnlcns Hindu the start
n-hor2ibn& nn untlvo puules, brexl
awny Ssv from western -onytises--stwmg.
sun footed, nippy tunrpored llt
tl(vmol fltorotighly used to the bud
rpaaf nud no climbing. The Iclug nnd
Ills luirty hnd rouo up to the Volcano
Hon, at tho top of Kllauun, iu coach
es the day before to bu ui liuud to
groi-t th wliiiiur.
"Now, I underslnnd that thnt road
front Illlo up to tho burning lako of
K llama luis been Improved sluco thu
time I'm aponklug of, but It iwrcly wait
a 1ml trail thou. It wns owlr wide
em ugh for one wagon, nnd It was
alKiut a. 45 dogrco nffalr In tlio climb
all tho way up. Tbu palms that lined
tho road onoit to get blown ncross the
trail by Hkj sioro lu big wluAatortus,
ami the coach drivers counted It part
or tliclr business to Jump from their
sent ovcry tlmo they enmo to theso
oltstriictioas nud shotildur tbem out
of Ibo ntiy. Ihls work had nil boon
attitido- to carefully, howovor. la nil
rancv of tiro nu-o by order mT Kala
kuun, nud It lokod like a plpo for tho
oayuf-cw, all of which hud tnnde thu
run up crwuiy a tlmo.
"K-iUkatu tHdn't nsk for nny to mil
enp )(iwsH for his man. The run
ner l-i tiro omtch with the liorftes.
nnd lky got oft together nt the orwek
of th Kuu, Tbo heraes dlstnucoil tho
mnn-er ftvwi Wee Jump, mid he lot tliora
dlfrtahw Itlaet. lie was drussed Irt n
(. HtflitK, Hnd fo Just took up (i sleftdy
lopo and let tlw onytmes get out of Tils
sight. IN ton MIh the ouyiises wvro
so far Kbnvts Mtix m the trail that ho
ronldtOt icNobiTWstlHM.t, but this Knnn
ha know ww tw xvsslt. The liorsea l.
gnu tt ifvtto btwk the riinuor lotig
befwro tbv Unit V$- tlouso was reach
ed, nbd lh KitmtVa wan Just galloping
along nt tho llimlng or tho third
hour A lib tho Aua big stride ho bml
startcii lu Nvlth. hWnniis up nndmvK'Art.
lug out In rrout vt him llko noldrm m
tho tlmo drill. There whWY, n
pant IU lilm wle?u ho fetched up At tho
Unit Wny Unlit. Ho stooiwd down
thoro lu it spring Irosldo tbu road uud
took II iMiiplu mouthful uf wnter. Tho
onyiises weiv ti(t nliend it bit. blowing
llii'lr bends off, for they Imd been go
ing ut n clip that tho' had tiorur been
punlied to before
"The Knmika hc-HiIM the buueh n
mllo lyoii(l thu llnlf Wny Housv, mid
It was u big romp for hlui tho rnit uf
tho distance. He took a imaltlou for
the romnlnlnj 17 mlloi of the Journey
ubout n vlty block nliend of the writh
ing nud -Muting horso-, nul ho Just
stuck to his lop llko h nmn wound up.
He never let 'em got notirer than u
block to lilm for the rwunlnlug throe
hours uf the trip, looklug Imck nt them
with n grlu on?o In awhllu. Whou only
throe mile yet remalowl Iwforo tho
Voleauo House wan tu be reached, th
Kattnka took a not bar drink out of n
siu-lug and boffttu to dmw away. Tim
Kanaka rldor whlpiwtl ami spurred
tbolr horses, but It was no good. The
Kanaka ruuner dlaapiiearwl out of
their sight ou the tortuous trail, nnd
when six of tho wtytwoa pulled tip ut
the hotel veranda ubout three-quart or
of nu hour later the runner was sitting
ou tho stops, fnuulug himself uud
drinking sukl. Two of thu horses had
dropped dead In their Hun I effort.
"Tho ICnunkn made tho 35 mllo trip
over stluks nud stone on n miry road
lu 0 hours and 40 minutes, uud ho look
ed Ut to ruu for his life whin he got
through. When 1 was rending about
the youug follows who did tbo long
dlstaueo ruuulng lu tuose Olytuidau
games lo Ureoco mime years ago. It
struck me tlmt auy on of Dave Kala
kauu's ruuner eould hare ihaiIw (be
whole butieli look like nlumlnluui dol-
law. Washington 1'ost.
When you nro imrtlatihtrly busy Is
the hour t expect h call ftom the man
who use ton Murdi where ono would
gome gpeama of Snttent tpleo Fran;
the Tfookera Blnttaman,
lit wtd hs'd win hr "in a walk."
Wt tilt qulti mr bd hit.
II teak htr la all prtttr 7-ebt
And m htt In a salt.
Hooker la your friend n good crltler
l'etimnn-Oli, yes. Ho don't mtad
being sworn nt a bit.
Hill Docs your gas meter run nil A
Jll-uu? It fairly gallops I
piip What has your wlfo sot on hot
Ho-I think tho' got 0 on It yet
Pntrleo Chnrloy lost his hend in tha
iVc, bo didn't loto much.
Bhe Didn't yattfpcj llko clapping
your hands whllo alio wns staging?
Ho Yea clapping my uons otm:
mil I want something that wlt slick
to my ribs.
Jill-Why not try somo of that Uquia
Tho Delinquent Hoarder Thut plcco
of chicken you'vo given mo Is Just llko
Tho Ijuly Ho Owes Woll, It's tho
nock, Isn't It?
Bho Do yon sco nnythlng rtdlcutout
nbout thnt lint?
Ho No, denr; but I baron't toon tha
"I novor anw n thormomotcr go up.
mid dowu so fnat ns that ono 1 bought
yesterday," snld tho mnnagor of tbo
dry goods ntoro.
"Whoro did you put Itr asked tho
"In tho clovntor." .
It hnd como nt Inst
Kor wooks nnd weeks ho had dronded
tho coming of tho fatal day, but It had
arrived Just tho satuo.
"I.lfo ts denr to tno," sho snld. "nnd It
would bo hard to glvo It up. Hut"
And agnln sho gazed at tho reflection
of hor fnlr fnco In tho mirror, nnd moro
ospcolnlly at tho thrco gray hairs sho
1iad Just discovered.
"my tlmo has como. X must dyo."
Sho did not poison hor husband, nt.
though ho wns 73 yenra old, whllo sho
wns but 18. Bho was fur too clovor for
thnt. Instead sho kissed bis brow and
naked lilm would bo not for her sake,
try to llvo to bo 100. Of courso ho
could not roftiso. Tho effort to llvo to
T)o 100 wns nt his ndvnnccd ngo uoccs
sarlly fntnl, nnd tho young wlfo enmo
tit otico Into nil his property. Detroit
Wnnld Matte lilm Vaefnl.
"Orpheus," snld thu student, "wns a
man whoso music possessed such pow
er thnt It moved miytbltig lu nature to
"Woll," nuswered tho gloomy friend,
") wish ho wnro hero this mlnuto. I'd
get hlui to sing 'Hnrd Tltnus, Como
Agnln No More.' " Wnshlngtou Btar.
Housekecpor Whnt'a tho reason tlmt
nil tbo men who como around begging
tmw nro such big, strong looking fol
lows? Polite Pilgrim Do renson, lady, Is
tint It's on'y strong looking follows w'nt
til n bug nowadays wldout sottln hurt
A Feiolntno Infuranee.
"It nlwnyu oxnsporutcs mo to meat
dosuphluo Jonklus, whom you used to
lie swoot on."
"AVhy, my dearr'
"Kho always looks nt you na If sho
"could hnvo married you If sho hnd
wautod to." Ghlengo llccord.
"Wns It n fnlr tight?" asked tha
French dtiullst'a frluud.
"No," wns the miswur. "I wns fool
lull to bo drawn In It. My opponont Is
In n business that needs ndvurtlslngi
whllo I mu not" Washington Stnr.
Instructor What Is thu dlfTuronco bo
tweeti posit I vo nud negative electrici
ty? Htiulont-It Is positive whotl It li
turned on nud negative whou It Is turn
ed ofr.--liHllatinpolls Journal.
"Why Mns Mr. Bwoet oiruuded whon
they uskod lilm lo In.persoiiato tho
sand iiwii In Hint tnbltNttir
"He seemed to lake It na n personal
alur. Vou see, bo's a sugar merchant"
"Bo your uncU- was Ml years old when
lie dlMl? Dhl he Imve (he full posses
slou of bis fKculllea to the Inst?"
"As to tiwi-wtd, ns tu tlmt wo onn't
tell yet The will hnsii't been read;
yeir uiuere ttesiimoiinft.
II It sew.
Tencher-Ntiw, Tiiiinuy. whnt does
the mouth of June mill for In great
Tommy (n Jeweler's soni-Weddln
prosuiits, iniilii.-Ji'Welurs' Weekly.
'I'beti tlie Mulilirr Itnu,
FoollHtd-Mniler or vuur llfi.f
hook Aifoiii-niN-iy t imveu't tt copy,
of my I Ifr sir, Inn let me show you the
: "lAtf of th-urge Witslilngtuu" lu full i
moiww. viiichku .-ew. i
A (elulitiiirliuuil Haiti, I
"Tlmt girl next dimr lost her pet dog.
I feel sorry for her "
"Well. I i-an't feel nny real grief Hlje
hHMiri ioim-ImnI h. r piano iute the doVj
itli d t'hli-ngu ItiTvrd.