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Buying Liberty Bonds Aids Our
War, Our Army, Our Boys.
HOW WORKMEN DO THEIR BIT
Investment Brings Good Returns, in
Addition to Giving Financial As
sistance Every Loyal Citizen
Owes His Government.
(By EVA DEAN of the Vigilantes.) I
It WUts just another taty in tl' faC-'
try. ''here vals nothing prolhetlr in
the hum11ti Of tihe nuehines: it wts it!e
the everydt1ny hui. The worIml
taltked ltOutlly to bt' ht'ardl ; Itey atlwayI s
talked wbhlic they worlwtei; they4 likedl
ite sourah of their ownt voioes. oit tutu
14 red1 noft in1uch whait the'yi aIdI--the'
saturte Joklo ViI tlo lay n fter day in In
fatttVory ; :111 o(( 1114 is alnuost as good
as a nev one to break the mtentual
mtihiiitlny. \Wheitn lsne's halitutl etlv
ity Is with one's ingers o' isn't very
critical of iental ITorts.
Still, were }o1t t sk Iuthem, tiny of
the inten wnould htve slahl they plre
ferrel attn trgument to ail oter kintls
of brain exercise. Artintent Is what
theyt wo~tubt luive enrlledl any of the vert
hal volleys they" firetl bac1k :Indl forth
ait (1ne4 atnother frtoin their ine'xI)wrt
inental1 hlteries, wthie finale expe'rt
fingers mitovt'd cr'nsI'leIs'ly n i I I t
tasks. Anil nouiwnalnys tlre is alwVys
e'ntotgl to :argue aIlouit---the war! 'l'it
only tronhht---though not 01ne reatlly
Seem d to nllntlIhat----wis t hat there
vas 111 One ( roundl to uphol the go'
ernitnent in I 1t ' 4th ontversies.
Of the Iuntdreti ten emtployed---for'
it wa:s :t 'millll fulory---t hire waS btt
one ith an AIIneIr'ean-horn parent,
I tligh It (nIlsttlillt ttthtumer were
themselves 1)orn1 in Anerten. The one
hund111(1red were al here by chole, how
ever, and thardly one ever really ex
pwected to liVe annywhlere else. Bit 1hey
talked Its though they might ; and one
cotulti Inagine Ihey expect ed the 'ntt
ccd St att's tl itnnledliii toly offe'(r ht'm
inutlcenent1s to stty wtthtn It liettl tf
their intend0ed leaving.
They Discuss Liberty Bonds.
Charles, in the lightest cornor---a
few yars atto he would ha ye 1 ten
Karl-w-- ts tlavtys Italkin1g aiholtt the
lirie'' of f'ood: " ta:kei at LIberty hont?
Intlet''l I'll not ! If th' g overai'nnentt hail
kcepjt prices 41) t1wn, titd prte' t'4tll he
wtorkin1g man1, 11nd0 ke411 the richl manul
frtoin1 iatking wattr ptroits, why, I
mlght. There is going to he troublte
In this country somt11 day atnl tle gov
ernmnt deserves a il I ltt Is cri01Ing In
them. 'The' governni1ent ought to do
'ver'yhIing It e4inn to keep the gooi wt ill
of the people. Wiy--hter-'' ('ariles
enn netHver! talk long without tieathion
Jo--whose eIarly i raitlning was in a
protet'totitI t--wits at ihOtrnl flitanet or.
He ha(d actualily heen talki ng thout a
htond( on the iollliar-at-week platn, but nto
one In the workroois scenttetd to think
it a gooda Investmen'tt. It would be bet
ter to buny sugara or' whisky aind keep It
for a higher pritct. So JTo had simuply
talketd for' the paist tw we veks ; he had~
not dee'led. One ighit get 4%A per
* ~~woiuld he bet Iter to watit.
"Tiht govermnaentt dona't feed the boys
In camop !"' shtutedtt the porter.
"Of courise' It don't't,"' yelle~d the thin
man by3 till wVilow. "WAe don't know
* whaut goes oat there. No wondler lots
of thetm commlait siuleitde!"
"WVell--I'd lIke to buy a btond," broke
Ina Oh tinHaIltey, tcourtageouisly. 0Old Hat
* h~ey wats born among the Pennasylv'ania
Dtch'l. "Bttt, wItha sixteeni dollars a
wieek. anad a fatmaily, I dlon't see how
* "Notr tdo I," stid the talhl young man
of whtom thit mtent satid, "Ills mother
wvas born here."
All Are Buying Bonds.
The mneh inets huItnaatedl on, the voIces
risintg atnd falling Int optpos'itlon, w~heni
suiddlently tht tengter fntee of Jo--the
'3 ~news gathertr- -wats thirtust thrtough the
door: "'Tert's nat Italinn atnatker In
athout I .terty btotils,'' lit litfotrmed.
The vtoleos contsedt. Fvtervhody wished
hte cotubl hear.
"IIt's still tatlkinig! A'! the wops
are in Iltther," rend~t th itne~ws ho e'very
'oranert of t' httibling; atnd thent (close
upioniI that: '"i'Thy'r' hutylig I them;
ev'ery one14 of Ithe wuops are bayIng
ini i shtotert timte than It tettbl hauve
lng, t'veary onat Int it kntewi t hat Ithle
wopm- 4- tte lowe'st-ub mend a a of temt
all-weretI tltin' Ibiherty btonds.
in one rooma. '1iThy lookedt ainot cu
riouslv Y at onet'a nather; It neaver bepforte
hadt ty se'ena thtemaselvyes eat masst'. It
was ta strantgt' aisstembly, w~ith Its dirty
aprons, its rough. linedt fnces atndt qiet
tongues, It titlst havet steamed suchl
to the talesmtan; hIs mtouath set pter
ceptlbly as Ih' looketd aubout at htis au
The Itaillan orator haid gestieulated
* ~grandly ; tantd there baud beten mautch of
"ItalIa I Italin !" lBut this anl, atfter
his first look at the faces lbefore himt,
decided anot to talk patriotismt. So he
simply stated'I that our governmnt was
at wvar. V'ery cleaurly he explaIned
what that meant financiatlly; he ae
knowliedged that lvinug was high and
hard(, buit nleverthteiess everyonie wvho
dlId not help was a s-lneker. Atnd, Int
convIncing conicluslon : "If we don't
give our money, the governmnt is go-.
tag to take it anyhow. It has to have
it. It will make us pay it in taxes;
1and( then we not only will not have
an1y interest, but we'll h1ve0( nothing to
thow\ for :he money. In the second
room they all helped. oI w ma.1W Ililny of
you are goinz to hilp? Ilowi many
here want h1)1,i( ?"
Partnership With Government.
I'vidently the funel try c'OIlsid(ered it
It "good argumli1t1." Antil then the
\'opIS, with thei r de'Spse.d sa~ldes, had
subscr'ibed( ; everyon~e wasit thinking
ahout that. The 111111(15 legan to go
up. 1111(1 line of applicnnts was
The tall young man (whose mother
was an AmerIcan) had stood, hesitat
Ing, until ho saw Old Bailey's gray
hend head over the signature bench ;
1111(1 thell, smiling, he slipped it be
hind1( him, mutlter'ing, "If he can,. I
N0o' tile mn1aehines wCIver? hlinnlllgW
ignin1 andi argument b eganl once tuoret".
't'h' il 1t1h111 by the wiIow" "V'1s'
lii' first to speak. '\\ell,' he 1'4'111
1110 t10d, "' ve0'' got to iii Somelthlin
for ile boys
"Whetn l get this pbl., mayl 1'e theY'll
11:4 VI .~ 0)r cet h101d," "11id -10, thet
"ti e ri'nIu 111nd Italy}"; we gotta i'mk
kill a!: d 1 king - -:lly i .n"1'0' "1 ntla.
d1041 o01 of itieibu 51151(('tors fr'oml the
sieomil rorl. w II 1111erovaiel.
It waste sn114' i v' 'Ieryay huLlww of
the m h ies but t factory ta dif
forent. I It o1 long 11. I til len).
SIi1tie( t sIm lator It 1o 1' t ofriggte of
elv"iliz:tien, hiltterly suispicious1 of its
owive governnnt. Ia ndnt th govern
1114'1wof Libe prtnyrs. ot wr n.
War loBger the govesrllllt'sn wPre' I
wc urt w, o ur n rmy, 4ur boys, and
1h' factory was doing its hit!
(Bh ALBE SResmn, pArhaWO s, iadie
1p the result of his w\ork with som$e
iter ; but Sa tur day greater
d1111 most Iuimportant part of it h(!
kt tows nothing ithoIut.
WOMEN TO THE FORE
Nives and Mothers Know Value
of Liberty Bonds.
Nar Behind the Lines Is Being Prose
cuted on a Tremendous Scale
Every Woman Can Help
(By ALBERT W. ATWOOD, Financial
Writer for the Saturday Evening
The14 414y 5e11tus to h1nv"1 I) e1( when \"10
w10o(lln's I lle hitelo1 (ofSist'1 of p!nun
15.s011s' n 1 t l nil l le polite F" i ent h.
N<\ % 511 She I tuies biioogy, pihye"holog,,
1111d 1all the other (logie's. In this
grlet ald1 r'lta(:1t ofhag icthl aosn
tio o wil a it wilon l. nt o to ov" 'er
look tahe he i' ini he0t relation to
fyonyer , it is So s no 1lngt un
inheney to know something ab u
whley. Pi' en lioini oihu ispart di
miIshed by twi tig tihe' diferenc
1 "tween1 0 bond untad nShare of 5(00k.
Miftllions of women1'1 earn their living
today. Iluridre'ds of thousants have
ndeenalent means rand(1 niist deide
'or themselve0s in l intils financial.
Miore nd more of the wives, mothers,
hid smonery. t Trey anvute bursed
evn whenianeves tet t oer bcuie
anilitymant ponssts of busietrolagan'
atonoie ahn. ThtReCrs ad enr
: ot etheit freivef nto thar coen
incet weai lareyambe orestk of
womans' mattor os o y
whiomnd thld domtenire paroand
moeinfoting the Lib n tertyou hade.
rheoelares as quickn ofae as well ad
whenlC~ 'io ays good intert in ton
t'etis' h'nnot goig t (tun i drin. But
to'.There (I mre thana' pepuely' bui-l
notsevend scelfshsull tothe aoenetaof
tin coutry Theae issnaurprisad
evnthem seilve wt l0('iotheitr exeutivo
heilpty el an powles'of 1us(1(1. Itrgan
tzton't The Too Cros aBnd.eer
>terei varety o eif work'C for been
farits bodti largely5'' the' result ofi
Boeln the 'lnes womefin iare proselill
utiesngiug to wafr a 0(1 trmeduy onae.
here aeomgllson you mwia wll as 110t
s avin wo ennnot1013 fgt in'e the
ronlhegtio 1nnn evene dilrereen
yourrcs'vg( frork thn munrio ofame
ore.yhr ar$0oe Don't peompliate un
t rven sus(uly cr iaieal vegetble
'aeng ahr dist not an' ay.t a
he Wasitlo Winnnhis Watr. buy or
Ael fthe inl a littet hliodtis toh e
eavst tha cangamteodo. l llyfo
on't puysToo Big anocngd.
ereh ois tawor Sos ovrcefr thill
arer aton." Iurcaser. Dont hte od
inoe nd oughtn be-tYou ovd
urs te orl rune eft fnoniant dIll
etea trita for aiel, wasd his one~
unomentuhs4ouwl e bet
1-Lieat. S. Cainpuzano, a Cubtan
the Cuban esqualrlle. 2-The benut
an objective of the invcding Teutons.
NEWS REVIEW OF
THE PAST WEEK
Germans Resume Drive Toward
Amiens But Pay Heavily
For Small Gain.
FOCH'S PLAN NOT REVEALED
Hundred Thousand Cheering Ameri
can Troops Moving Up to Battle
Front-Count Czernin's Stu
pid "Peace Offensive"
By EDWARD W. PICKARD.
I ald ted by the' nn gnlit i eent defense
of lh acllic's anc. accorlin1g to their
own statetnents, by the I'ad went her
prevalling, the Gerinans mcact little ('f
forts during the irst part of the week
I pu1nsh tlrthler aheacl in !'ieardy.
Then, on Thu rsday, th ey launched a
series of fitrious u ttl s in the r git
1north of M'ntdid'ier. eviclently nimed
at the Ainlc ns-('a:lais railwiay. Ten
times the 1111ns, 1111,11(0 strong. ad
vanced auInst the Frannco-ritish
lines, only to be met with a levastat
lag guni fire, anad in the end they had
Igained but a few ltuidred meters of
terriln. vlth three st:all villages, at
the cost of many thousands of lives.
At the samte time the British be
tween the Somme11( and Avre rivers and
near Albert, north of Amlens, were
subjected to heavy attneks. In the
former region General Ulnig reported
that he had yilded cc little ground,
and on FrIday the lighting still wvas
severe, wlthc the ailled lines hcolding
Earlie'r in the week there were (1a1ly
locnl Operations at matny points on
the hacttle front, buct thcese were mostly
undt~ertaken by the BritIsh andi F'rechi
for the purpose of impilroving their po
sitions, and usually were succeessfncl.
The recacpture of Ayotte, south of Ar
ras, the center otf n fierely contested
sector, by tile BrItish, and( the retakc
lng of Hiangard-en-Santerre bty tihe
Franco-Britii sh forces wecre apparently|
the most importanct of t hose enter
pr-ises. In bothc of thenm thce Hiuns lost
Th'le period of comcpacrat Ive qiet wa-is
utilized by bo0th slides In strengthening
their lines andl brincging up re-enforce
mtents and1 suplplies for thce renewal of
the hnttle, whleh wais regarded as in
evItable. No intimnatonc wacs given of
the plans of eIther the Germans or tice
allies, and1( thcere was considerahie won
der in Amerlea at least thact the ex
ltertedl count er-antt ac ckI by the allied re
serve acracy (lit! not begin. It mny03 he
that Genierali F'occ Is pclain clg to strlike
Ict Somne sectoir yet uncglltssedl. lHe is
recognllited as once (If the best of strat
Sice Ite kaisr- hias promilsedl his
people aI big victory', theire ia every'
lprosplect of a loncg Ierltod of bloody13
tighcting, wIih ftur-ther hieav lo'ss)es for
the Germcans. Al ready13 tile casuailes
of thce Huns hav e been'1 st agger-intg, the1
:350,000 an id -150.00n. Thoc~se oIf thce Bit
Ish andc~ Frchicl~ hvie beenc iunexpjected
13ly git lightlperhas not mot re thiani 130,.
hter of l'pisolnrs.
A rttitliry wor-k wa~s ahnos(t continu
(IuS duincg thecr wetek, an md espeeilally
vi gor'ous Il in th Mon tclcIier r-eglin and1
nlorthI of 1 that towardrt A anlens. Th'ie
Geritmns adit thcey hmve had~ muuch
dIlflicuil3'y ic gettin g thiei r hcenvy gunos to
tile fr-ont, owing tto thce icd cand the
decstructiton of roads bcy the aclles. Also
thleir tranIsporlt is 5o slow thact they
are shcort of focd aindl ammuiini ttonl.
Presumialy3 ic (ordier toc he(lp in clear
lng tip the congtestitcn and( pr-epar-ing
for a resumptionl (f tihe c'heckeod nd(
vanOce, Fild Marshai V'on Mckenisen'd
wtent to tile wvest front fromlf Brin
Of vitai tinteretst to thce United
States Ia the part (lur! 5oldtiers are to
liy in thce :onltinuttIon of' ilm grea~t
battie. Ofrered to the ailles wvithout
aviator who has won fame on the French ft
iful city of Uissano on the lrenta, in norther
3-Amerleans on the watch in the first line
reservation by President Wilson and atlo
General Pershing, their aid was joy- nigre
fully welcoied by the British and plus
French nand Amnerica's unsellish action
in rel In ittishing indepenulentt cotndlni(1 T
for the time being was highly praised. stun
One hundred thousand thoroughly they
trained Americnn troops at once began late
maoving toward the places selected for lawn
them, singing and cheering as they trim
ploughed their way through the mud, Ger
happy that they were at last to have enti
opportunity to take a real part in the Uni
mighty conflict. Where they were as- coul
signed to duty naturally has not been clai
revealed, but wherever they may fight, real
there is rnot the least doubt that the said
high opinion of them held by the Brit- thro
ish and French officers will he fully tria
The American aviators in France one
have been giving invaluable aid and The
have won unstinted praises by their abot
boldness rind skill during the battle. but
Attached to the service of the allies, for
they have helped them maintain con- al r
phete command of the air. The Amen- T
can led Cross, it is almost unneces- tlhe'
':iry to say, has covered itself with nor
aldecl nlory, for its physicians and am- me
bunce mren and nurses who were in leni
the hattie zone have devoted them- or t
selves with bravery ard self-sncr1lice ite,
to the care of the wounded and to help- inv
lag the refnilees. a r
As our trained hundred thousand ate(
111:1rched nway from the sectors they wvat
had been holding in France, their
pin (es were taken by less seasoned ?
troops who enviously cheered thrn on. all
F romr this time forward the flow (if car
Ameriernas to France wIll he coat in- tow
ous. for the government plans to send eve
about 100.000 in each remaining month sal
of this year. This means that by 1910 an
we will have 1,500,000 men over there. $4',
As they go the training camps will ed.
be refilled by drafted men, for it is the moo
intention to call out 100,000 of these tahl
every monthi. few
The plan now adopted of tempor- app
nrily brigadling American troops with pai
th" Br-itish rind French permits the sar:
sending of National guardl and Nation- war
al army divisions that are not yet rem
aderiuntely trained and whose ranks- soor
are rnot full.
Of course the success of the Amern- Th
can program depends largely on the intr
tornrige available. It is goodl to know crer
that this probably will be suffleient, of 1
with the seized Dutch shiipinmg, tihe ate
450.0K0 tons.Tapan is to turn og~r to uIs thr(
nnl the new vessels being bilt under dlue
the direction of the shipping board. tica
Thre launchings of new vessels are in- grer
clasig, in spite of lack of steel plot
at the big Hog Tsland plant and of
labor trounbles at other shipyards. The ond
shipping board is planning to build a lica
numbe~r of 10,000-ton vessels on the lanp
GIreait Lakes. mis
The situation in what once wans Runs- erni
sla is if possible more confusing than T
ever. In Finlandl the allies are said fhrsi
to be aiding the revolutionary Tied Anm
guard ;the Germans have landled a ron:
lar-ge rnurmber of tr-oopa prestimrahly to ing
assist thre governmlent 's White gua rd ; olut
the Swecdes are thlprng the WVhite for
grdr, whio have bieen shtellinrg Tam- ailie
merfors; Russlinn troops, inilumdinzg the Gecr
famous Ptreobt-nshensky guard, have per
airrived~ ond0 takern up a posit ion on the pro
Kitrn'liarn front. Tn Sibreria the bolshe- Sec
viki for-ces hove akerd the allies to aid riot
threm in fight Iin thle C1ossrrks who terr
rmak e inrcur'slrns fronm (inn n re -- tinr
iir'e t here; the Japa:rnose still hold brick likt
fromri nt ervientIion at Viidlivost ok ;the the
bol shevi ki de-clarire Sibri rneveri will deni
suininnt tor Ge'irrmny, butt ra Germuan ists
nirmyi3 occiedd I rkutsk. 1iTn Russia pre'
proper, nccordirng to Tjrotsky, the hol- In
shev-lki havn e enrushed all theIr eniemi es mati
butit 'we con not fonsirer t heir power Inast- ig
Sig, owling to thi' disorgniation of an
thIe 'ontrny. They are still tr-yinag to or
ralie a great volrunte-r army.v In the him
Cii ieasirs ther Airmtenlrrrs aund( Georg
hrns arne fierie'ly fIghtinag the Tulmrks. Ir
In Tu rkest arn irud in Kiev serious itntti- in
Serndtie riots haiv(' broken out andl elec
hurndrredls of ,Jews have been killed, not
In l'krrai ne the Geirnans persisted in gay
indvan inrg rrrd att last reports were size
ner l-:aterirnoslav, while ther Tiurksa and
and urdi~s were threatening ehnto- wit
pcI- Anyone who thinks he can figure The
ouit wh'iat all this portends is welcome trer
to try. nom
rusia andl Iourrania hmnye celmad
cr1 a pence treaty by whleh thne lntter for
Iagrees to) evncruntf- Iessarnhbin anrd to Soc
,defend tire Russian republican feder- defi
ont and has returned to ilstruct
n Italy, which is believed to be
trenches in France.
a against attacks, while Russin
es to deliver to Roumania the sur
of grain in Pessarabia.
'uionic diplomats seem to be the
idest on earth, and seldom have
been more stupid than in their
at "peace offensive." This was
ched by Count Czernin, the Aus
1 premier and usual catspaw for
unny in such matters. It appar
r was (lesigned to separate the
ed States from the allies, for the
it undertook to show that France's
n to Alsace-Lorraine was the only
obstacle in the way of peace. He
Premier Clemenceau had inquired
ugh an intermediary whether Aus
Hungary was ready to negotiate
on what terms. To this Clem
mu replies merely: "Czernin lies."
Austrian leader said nice things
It President Wilson's peace aims,
declared his country would not heg
peace but would enforce it by mor
ight and physical strength.
he Teutonic leaders are blind if
cannot see that neither America
the entente allies will for a mrn
t consider a price settlement that
es their military power unbroken
hat does not carry, as a prerequis
the evacuation by Germany of the
(led territory she now holds. Only
w days ago President Vilson. in a
'r to American Methodists. reiter
l hi determination to carry on the
until the Germ n power is crushed.
ith a rush that promised to carry
before it, the Third Liberty loan
paign started Saturday. In every
a a11(1 hamlet in the country the
at was celebrated with parades,
tes and speeches, and the enthusi
was such that the success of the
00.000,000 loan cannot be question
Helping to make it a success, with
ey and with work, has been es
ished as a test of patriotism, anl
will care to evade the test. Most
ropriately, tihe openling of the cam
~n coincided with tile first anniver
Sof America's entrance into the
andi Saturday was made a day of
embrance and action that will not
1 lhe forgotten.
'arned by their constituents that
lerance of pro-Germanism is so In
tsing that it wvill soon take the form
ynach lawv, the members of tile sen
have awakened, and on Tuesday
e separate measulres were intro
ad providing for dealing more diras
fly with disloyalty. One wiv~d
ttly enlarge tile scope of the es
age act and increase the severity
h~e punishments provided ; the sec
would har from tile mails any pub-)
tion printed in an enemy alien
~unge ; the third calls for the dis
an of any government employee
unwarrantably criticizes the gov
neat or makes disloyal ultterances.
he governors of tile states, at the
:session of their conference on
iricanization of maliens, also were
td to speech andl netion concern
the prevalenlce of dlisloyalty. Res
ions calling on congress to provide
tile enforced tnturalizationl of all
as of draft age and to supnress all
inan language newspapers for the
0(1 of tile wvar wereC introducedl and
mly~l wVold have bleen adopted if
etary of tile Interior Lane had
intervenedl withl a plea against bit
ess anld for a campaign of educa
.Many of the governiors did( not
tis. and next day they resumaed
r demands that tihe government
I mlor'e drasticaliy with dlisloyal
spIles and tile German language
SCollinsvllle, Ill., a man of Ger
Sbirth, who was .accused of mak
50editious remarks, was ha ngedl by
'xamperntedl moh, alnd in mainy oth
p)1nees' prlo-Germlanas were roughly
Sthe Wisconsin senatorial election,
whlichi Congressman Lenroot was
tedl, the Germans of tihe state did(
show up any too well, for they
a the indlicted1 Socialist, Bierger, a
able vote, especially inl Milwaukee
other German regions. Also Mil
kee re-elected its Sociaiist mayor.
re may be nothing against such.
as Socialists, but tile very name
smlacks of treason.
biengo) dlid better thlan Wisconsin,
inl its aldermant. election every
nlist and anti-wnar candlidate met
I5IOURSA DAY <
Marvelous Story of Woman's
Change from Weakness
to Strength by Taking
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36 West 10th St., Per, Ind.
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"Her moistened eyes were fairly
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"I see ! an attack of liquid fire."
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Left the Squire Thinking.
A weli-known litImpshire squire, not
ed for his shabby coats, was one (lay
leaning over a gate which comm('O anded
a good view of his broad acres.
A well-pleased smile was on his lips
when he was startled by Ihe sound of
a wheedling voice iear hint.
"(lie its a hand, old clutp. to help
my poor old donkey up the hill."
Tie s(itire turned, anl. with the
saile deepniitng in his face, pushed the
little eart behind with so heanry a
good will Ihat the ('caster exehtimted
with adirtion -m
"W'ell, I'ml dalrnedi if y ou ain't a
good old sport. I say," lie went on in
a whisper, "I've knocked over two or
three of the squire's rabbits, and I'm
(trned if you shan't have (Inc."
WVhereupon, with a great: appear
ance of secrecy, he pulled out a fat
young rabbit fromt under a sack in the '
cart, and trotted away, leaving the he
wildered squire with one of his own
rabbits dangling from his hands.--Lon
For some moments we standl on the
cornier, wa'uiting until the street cross
ing shall be passable.
The long, low, rakish v'ehicle contin
ues to roll hy.
Casting outr eyes down the street
along its length we mutter:
"What a nuisance these 200-ey11inder
cars are ! I'll either htave to own one
myself or transact aill tmy business on
this side of the street."
We all love bnrgains, but we'd hard
ly respect a mian who'd let us cheat
Many a train of thought carries no6
'There's always a
safe and plasant
cup to taeits place
is now used ret
ularly by thousands
of former coffee
drinkers who live
better and feel
of the change.
-"There's a Reaison"