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ii8PIRED BY LOVE
Remarkable Flag Made by Young
Courtry's History, From the Birth of
independence, Woven Into Emblem
In Honor of Heroes of Sparm.
Peaco unfurled at millIon flags
throughout the world, but not one of
them was as remarkable and romantic
as that which Josephine Mlulford
wrought with her own hands a score of
years ago In honor of the heroes of the
Spanish-American war, obnserve's Lon
The flag on which Josephine toilhil
night Und day for more than a yt %
with a great love to inspire her liii
gers, Is so large that three battalions
of soldiers could be massed on it, and
so heavy that half a idozen strotng men
could barely raise Its folds from the
But It is the roirnanice of its fasition
Ing that places it so far above all its
It wa-s begunt on the first 'lay of
July, 18)S, il the parlor tiof an old home
stead in New Jersey, 1m11t from i the
tirst stitch to the last it was never for
.4, MOliien t out of the hands0 or tlbouglht
'fthe yougqg girl wh~o hIl set hlersel'
tise patriotIe tiI. Evey s I t %%as
counltdz ;V It ,vwztae filr It recp
reqontoii in Aariean soldlier who I was
figh~~ - in l Cu i t -- -:ag
The Pennsylvania star' was patIy
inle lin the root in whIeh. a century
and a qiuarter earler, Bet sy lIoss work
ed, unler Washimizt''nl's guhtw', on
the very first Amtnerivan 11:1:: whilh pro
claimed the independence of the states
and the star was tInishei in tiho rto'in
.UgedeI~ the tl'-,et conitinenitall congrers'
mlet, I ,K ,
.Qitake m Virginla's star she traveld
to Mount Vvrnon anid stItcehel it in ''o
of the roomnis ol' Wash in .gto''n's hom1e.
Thte 'Marylanl star was innito at I-'ort
Mcllenry, historically associated \\!Iti
,"Tle tar-Spantgle Il anne r'" of -ran
,is Scott Key, and .New York's ;nir
wavs inade partly Iin the( very room Iin
wltlf4 Waghling1) said goody-by jis"
I - I I.
ofticerl, and lrly onl bhrlth l
Alnd thu"s. MVflkig as far ars pissihit
K .i1 1Uci 1estori, ihe doiosfai nVt
proceeeded. utntll the last of the .T2.
S !1ilet r1 tits iado, wIth lovin., It
tr andbllng, finge'rs, nnil0 she r*m -; from)II
her year's work triumphant, but 'hat
tered in health.
Josephine lived to see her 11a proud
ly floating over Malisotn Square ar
den, to t Iunders ot' cheor4 from :t
hundred thottsand throats. Then 'ate
a terrible renetion from th loig stra in,
and within a few weeks the ht:11tol
that hald tolled so long and lovingly
were still in Ileath.
But the spirit of cou raeous love
which Josephine Mulford breathed Into
her work lives on-for cournze canoit
Health in Business.
A business ain walked Into a fic.
tor's ollicet the other 'lay.
lie looked in the link of conlltion.
"I want a thorout.:h physlel exarn
inn Iitin,'' he said.
1lThe doctor :me 'ommodamted htI m.
hleart wvas sotmdl tngs wvere llealthy,
klidneys an~d all 01her' 't'::is funiction
"Y~otn're thme monist sph-tiili'i spe''lmn
I've seetn in a l'ong titme,'' sahll the'
"Tlinainks; I int(':I'l to rhiniain so,"
Saidl thte cllent, "Y'ou shl o ver' mei
1lIke t.hIs (ver'ty six: month s. .\m'i I
sponisile poition t iia' inm 'oiza 71 iti
"'A comp~eting tirm reanfly pnt~ a
man Into an Itnmmtantt .ih who' 'lookel
mis well ais I. l1e brokd:e dl'wnt, :tel in
thme demaorahizaqtion o 't firmt't's butsi
nt(ss that ('amie wVIithI t'hi reakin!i, ourt
fim ltas taken uover 'tne ''f Itho!r hi:' -
gest atnd best neeounts. A c'otl'litlan1
vf 1 tenty yont's' st a ndlin,. whichH he
thotight comtplet ely ('vierW'omte, cautised
that man's breakdo~wnl.
"I don't pt'opose t hat my firtm shll I
suitfer throtugh any stieh expiet'ientce."
Good, hard buisintess app qliled to
health. Doesn't mgood setnse rer'om
mend to every man sutch hirudennee?
How many men entn you r'eenlI who
have dIscovered a sem'imus state of
health too late to aneml?--Ilaverhill
Gold Abundant in Siberia.
Literally speaking, rlvers in thte Ok
hotsk (dIStrIct have golen hotto ms,
says a bulletin of the British hureatu
of foreign and dlomfestic commerce.
Three men working In a lprimitiv'e
fashion ini the winter wash out einibily
up to flye ftunts (66 ounces ttroy) oif
gold-a day. The Okhotsk deposits 'Otn
tain many nuggets, Nuggets weIghting
one-half ftmt are not rare. Last wvin
ter' one zolotnlk (0.137147 ounce troy)
of gold cost 20 rubles; at the present
time it costs 100 rubles. In spite of
the rich deposIts in this district, many
concessions atre not being exploited.
A United States firm htas explored the
mine purchased from Stepanov, and Is
energetically preparling to work It.
BIg Ranch of "King of Hawali."
A $6.000,000 sugar ranch inm the lltt
wailan islands Is about to come into
ther piossession of a few American resi
dents through the death of Coi. Sam
uel Parer, na American who has been
'so" iftirnntei~$ mixod. up in Ilawlimnn
aitnirs, g# to win the nameo,,p
Skinig Xt daln'vt." He bel..myed D' -n
' ggn a~i faintly of .o g.
e s alr.i m any 3'na&rB
. FAIRT A
"We're the big elands and we're as
large as any antelopes going," said Mr.
"Are we as large as any antelopes
stanIdiig still?" asked Mrs. Ellinnd,
grinititag at Mr. Eland.
"Now%, 'It's. Elaind," lie said, "you
know what I Itean and you can't deny
"Ai," sail Mrs. Eland, "we might he
very muich sinillvr when we were stil!.
We mightn't spread our wings Fa
rnu1iolh, So to speak."
"I'in htnd, Mrs. Eland," said Mr.
Eland I, "that you sild 'So to spieak,' for
youl miglht 'imake ivople horibiiiy coie
fused who didn't know niuch taboti
"Are there such peopl?" asiei \lrt,
"Ot' colirse, there ave." sauid Mr.
ltirtl, "a they ' re:ly bright pel
ple in every ofither way."
''Its hIard to telieve," saId Mrs.
"Wl. lo:k 1A It i frpt your stnd
polint," ad 3r Elaind . - <. '
".'1 1,hntS 11y tatildpoinlt?"a k t is
Elnd. "A hi' l foot or a horn or
"Itr Point of vfew," said Alr.
"M1y view isn't pointed. 'My View
is nie anid rouni or slunre or some
thingr-bit it's not pointed."
"I Ieair," sail Mr. Elaind. "that you
shoul lo); nit the' fNet that people
don't know inuch about elands frot
the way that elands don't know much
"Oh, yes, that is so," said irs.
I somne pNople migzhtn't know
hut what Mandis had wingtS."
"Graciouls, " sahl \ Irsq. Ela nd(,
"wouldin't they know I was only jok
* , I tn, of e-ourse, we hadn't
wings. that we were great, big, heauti
ful unntapls and no n r1. at all."
' lg t WQf En1t Mr.
Elan~ ~ ~~ I. "'I t i' .91o t tA oJoke and
nIt _indottand it n1l what
a.Of urs, you lid say, 'N4
to spnak.' and that was a :rent help."
"Wil," Mlrs. Eland said. "I'm glad
to he:r that rmueh. Anyway, as you
say. we're th big 41onds und we're
Ias :irzeo as ary anitolopes going
that's a great help." She grinned at
"You're such n tense, Mrs. Eland,
'4iech R ItenS'. ESp('ially today. Suite
thin n must have ;ottern into you."
'"Sonethint did," she sli. "My
"'4)n thinv." lau::hed Mr. Elirnd, "lk
that what I've heen sayini you can't
"ust what do you 1m1n when ymr
say I cannot deny it ?" asked 'Mrs
"I itan," saild Mr. Elaid, "that yov
Can't hilp hut say that you kr.v what
'4 h. y s. porhi s thtt 1 so," sic
"''rhals?" 'iuest Inil Afr. Elan..
"Im r te. ow n s i 1
tainly Is ..o. I to underiistani you
"eTo [p'rfec'tion, abisolutel(y and i en
tir'ly,'" said M1r. Ebord.
"Youit list'eii" th a iords whtere om'
would dto if you were ithinking (if sav
ing ton,"' said MArs. E!lawtl.
sail 3!r. I'lantd. "'1Tnme matikes rio udit
fe'renceo toi met. Son' rulsh anil huirr'
and try to save' a mInute or iwo or a
Second or t wo or art hour ori tl'woi or
sorne'thlinrg or t wo-huitt I don~f't hothber
not here in thle zoo.
"My7 meais ar~e given tiorme wher
I iam hungry aind so I needn't worry
They say we're rare now aind thie)
like us and take good care of us
though I will say that they ('ven dC
that abotut erentures not ritre at nall
I a rm from eastern Af(rica and1 01 you ar
from sout herrn Africa. arid thati's finesc
than to he home products I
"Ihut to return to the words I tused!
They're friendly, ehummyn~ Words, t he~s
are. And they dlon't rnimd doing c
favor for mae like thait arid manking my
sentence very fine."
"Oh," said Airs. Elarid. "Ihow nt
"Very," tsnidj i. Eiand,. shaking hin
great head with its two flne, hand
Miother (looking into naursery jnst at
little HIerman kisses his sister')-.t Is
pleasant to see how you, love ,efte
- ei'masi-Oh, no, maninin.' We nh'
0X TO CIVE AID
IN SUIFFtA(E FI(III
Demucratic Nominee Proiisets to d14,
ills I'tmtost. Jleier WoiIan's Party.
Columbus, o., Members of the Na
tional Woman's party vere assiured
today by Governor Cox, Democratic
candidite' for president, that he 'will
do all1 in his power to bring about rat
ifleation of the federal stff rage
aimendment by Truntirssee. Ills plromii
isv was given to a deputation from the
Woiman's party headed by Miss Alice
Paitl, chairman, lItIe t is 4 eyening.
prior to his departure tonight for
Vashington wher, with lhil running
mate. Frankliin 1). Ioisevelt, It will
ferFt Suiday morning with lresi
The suffrage liader.. had urged ilie
govetior to se his influence int an1t
(efort to have the Tennessee legisla
lure ratify tihe amtteilnmenrit and ,sonme
of Item inltimated lthat unless he came
s atau ichly to their aid he might ex
peet litlie ort Ito support from the wo
mni vote rs in Ithe Novem ber elion.
Mrs. M.anaIret Gro-ahtamtt Jones of Se
at le. W-ah.. said "the womtetn are o
ing to vok for tII candidate wihot
Fives Is (he :111! state. OJth'r
Opeakers voiced sii lar sentiment.
To suggest ionls by voteitl speaker;
votes inl November if lie should be su'
c(essfulI in efforts to obtain ratiflea
tion by 'Teinnessee. Governor Cox
iturged tihetm not to "preach the gospel
Ihat I should receive Ihe votes of the
women heeause I ielped to give them
the siffrage." lie told 0etm there
w(re things Itmore vital "(hanl reward
ing a man for a service whit l he has
rendered in behalf of suffrage."
Governor Cox suggested to the Wo
man's party representatives that they
appoint a commitlee to confer with
him on a definite plan to ie followed
in handling the Tennessee situation.
In giving his promise to help thetm,
the governor said:
"I to you without any reserva
tion the tasturane that ily time, M
strength I andl my 1tifinhen(e Will le ded
icated to your cause, with a view to
procuring a favorable result inl Ten
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