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They Th y had been married two years yearslong yearalong yearslong
long enough Pruo suddenly sudllenl declared declaredto
to dispense with all honeymoon demonstrativeness de demonstratlveness demonstlll
monstratlveness monstratlvenessTom monstlll tlveness tlvenessTom
Tom Dawson put down his Zoning Zoningpaper enlng teningpaper enlngpaper
paper and stared at the pretty little littlepartner littlepartner littlepartner
partner of his joys and sorrows Im ImafYaul ImJ Imairaid
J afYaul I dontunderstand dear he heeald hesaid hesaid
said ealdv
saidWhY
v WhY hy Its very ver simple If you know knowthat knowthat knowthat
that I care for you youand ounlld and I am certain certainthat certainthat certainthat
that you care for meaU me all signs of at offectlon attection atfectlon
fectlon are quite superfluous Huper uous they may mayi maybe maybe
i be > e droppedOhl dropped droppedOhl droppedIObl
Ohl Tom said dubiously dUbffusly Well Wellwhat WeUwhat Wellwhat
what shall I drop first There was a atwinkle ntwlnkle atwinkle
twinkle In his eyes and Prue saw it itTo It ItTo ItTo
To bo serious she pleaded to be begin begin begin ¬
gin with you OU must not kiss me when whenyou wbenyou whenyou
you come homo to dinner and andand andandother andandother and andother
other times You must drop dropDrop dropDrop dropDrop
Drop you a courtesy instead he In Interrupted Inr interrupted ¬
r terrupted her laughingly laughinglyDont
± At T Dont be ridiculous Tom You knowvery know knowvery knowvert
very well that there are many useless uselesscustoms uselesscust uselesscustoms
customs cust lI s that should be abandoned abandonedmany abandonedmany abandonedmany
many things that should bo dropped droppedYes droppedYos droppedYes
Yes ho said smiling whimsically whimsicallyHanuah whImsicallyI whimsicallyIlannah
I Hanuah thinks thlnl s so I know She drop dropped droppod ¬
0 ped my meerschaum this morning We Wemust Womust Wemust
must tako lessons of that girl Prue or ordrop ordrop ordrop
drop her On the whole I think wed wedbetter wedbeter wedbetter
better drop d p her he
Y not necessary sm smwith
I with dignity Hannah gave notice noticethis noticethis noticethis
this morning I shall have to find flndpome findlIome findR
R some one else within a weekIm week weekIm weekIm
Im sorry sorrysorr sorry I mean for the thefamily thetamlly
family shell drop down on next Han Haunahs HnnDahs Hannalis
nahs no feather weight you OU knowSpeaking know knowSpeaking knowSpeaking
Speaking of dropping droppingI
I am not speaking of It now It is isquite 18Quite Isquite
quite useless while you OU are in such a amood amood amood
mood she said Indignantly risingtram rising risingfrom risingtrom
from her chair chairBefore chairBetore chairBefore
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Before she could leave the room Tom Tomf Tomwas
f was at her side Forgive me dearhe dear dearhe dearhe
he said I didnt kiiow you were In Insuch Insuch insuch
such sober earnest Ho stopped to tothe tokiss tokiss
kiss the pink cheek next to him but butPrue butPrue
It Prue lifted lifted a protesting hand Dont Dontjfc DontEoml Dontlroml
jfc TomI she said You forget it Isnt Isntnecessary Isntnecessary isntnecessary
necessary necessarycame necessaryNo
No it Isnt necessary the words wordso
o 1 came amo soberly enough now nowonly only sweett sweet sweetAnd sweetfind
And natural naturali
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f y i And the next day when the time timecome timeIA
w IA come to say goodby Prue had no oct oc occnslon ocp
p f cnslon to complain of his honeymoon honeymoondernonstrativeness honeymoonoJ
f oJ 4 demonstrativeness dernonstrativenessTom
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I Tom Is very sensible this morning morningflbo morning1lf1 morningmho
1lf1 mho he said to herself but she sighed as asIVOB a8he ashe
he said It and went about all day witha with withl
l a wistful look In her blue eyes Tom TomWns Tomvas
IVOB vas sensible in the evening also and andfr andr
r fr the he net nor t morning ho was so very sens senspeople sensl senslf sensible
ble h hat t Pruo crIed a little but per perhaps perbaps
f haps It was for joy Even sensible flenslblet
t Y t people do that thatThat thatt thatThat
t That afternoon Matilda made herI her herappearance herappenrance
I appearance Hannah came into the theeittlng thef thesitttng
f eittlng room to announce her arrival arrivalMatilda arrivalfj arrivalMatilda
t Matilda atllda Stebbins is here Mrs Daw Dawion Dawi Dawion
fj
i W ion she said after my place Will Willfl W111tI Willr
r fl show her in maam Sbe and mo moused melUlled mofused
lUlled used to work together once and shes shesdreadful shosf shesdJ o
dJ dJJ J f dreadful dread ul good cook cookYea cookYes cookYee
Yea I will see her Prue said And AndIn Andn
In n a moment a tall lank freckle facedr faced facedgirl facedgirl
a 1 girl was standing in the doorway doorwayrnlllng doorwaymlllng
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la r rnlllng at her Will you be seated seatedPruo seatedhue seatedPruo
Pruo asked pleasantly and the girl slidinto slid slidInto sUdSutoR
Into SutoR n chair still smiling smilingISi smilingI
ISi I ape > po youll give me a try she sheealdTiild shesaid
thL ealdTiild said rmd like first rate to cook for
you ou aced him himIt himXt himtt
It was Pres turn to smile Haveyou Have HaveHeaps Have10U
you had muct muc experience she asked nskedHeaps askedHeaps
Heaps of IV I maam but never long longJ
I J I to > one place placeK
K Y I That 1 Prue
seems strange ex exWell extlalmed exclaimed
claimed tlalmedt
t 0 t v Well you see maam the honey honeyxaoons hobeyit hoheyspoons
it moons dont usually stretch out over overUrnd overud overJ
J rand ud above six months monthsYea monthsF
F 1f The honeymoons honermoonsYes
I Yes maam I dont cook and do dolor do10r dofor
for none but new married folks Han Hansab Hanl1a Hantold
sab l1a told me about you and him when whenjlb wbenhii whenw
w jlb hii b first rst came here two months ago agop
p 4 said as how she knew you was wasugust wasUIlt wasdust
ugust dust UIlt married marriedV marnedPFle marriedPFue
V Prue PFle blushed How did Hannah Hannahtnow Hannabnowit Hannahnowsit
tnow nowit H she asked askedWEasjr askedjlEa askedEasy
WEasjr jlEa Easy t enough maam If Its a like likeKtslea like likeslew I Islesl
Ktslea slew and whoopuV cough She She1tell Shet
t 1 1tell tell by the symptoms Id rather rathervhore rathervh rathervhi
vhore vh re theres lovemakln goln onel on onfl onf
fl f I otb than than n read the best novel ever everp everas everas
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1 as interesting 1 but very em cmto emir emto ¬
ir to Mrs Thomas Dawson Dawsongo
go she would have laughed laughedMatildas laugbedo laughedetlldas I
o t Matildas tildas sayings and have havetenement havef
f f tenement n1Yment nj yment In repeating repeatingBat
t Bat B t present conditions conditionsremarks conditionsIll
Ill t o remarks seem almost almostftilt almostt almostvH
t vH felt tempted to endid en endid endld
did Hannah tellP tell tellscelved
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J to do doI doI doI
I I dont thinkgoin think thinkgoln thinkgoin
goin 10 to work workou workY workou
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tibia was very attentive In her h l service serviceit
it table beaming on them us though thoughihe thougbahe
the would say Bless you my chil children cblldrenl ¬
drenl Late in the evening when they theyWere theyWere
Were apparently much absorbed lureading lu lureading lureading
reading they heard a strange soundhalf sound soundhalf soltndbalf
half cough half sneeze In the hall hallPrue hallPrue
Prue looked look ell up from the book What Whatwas bnt
was that she said Tom was on hJa h1away hJaway hJtway
way to tho door when Matilda entered enteredthe
the room It was me maam she shesaid
said I never walk in on new married marriedfolks mallledtolks marriedfolks
folks without wit bout glvln em wornln Im Imacomln Imacomlnnot Imacominnot
acomln acomlnnot not at first Of course they theyget tho thoget theyget
get used to me after awhile and go goright goright goright
right on loverln It I do d see em Noth NothIn NotliIn oth othIn
In suits me bettern thatPrues that thatPrues thutlPrues
Prues face was scarlet She dared darednot dnrednot darednot
not look at Tom Oh why had she sheengaged sheengaged sheengaged
engaged the services of such a silly sillysentimental alllysentimental sillysentimental
sentimental creature creatureIf
If you please maam Matilda con continued contlnued conetinued ¬
tinued Im goln home now to get my myclothes m mclothes myclothes
clothes and Ill soy sa good night to you youand youand youand
and him himThought himThought I
Thought we were new married marriedfolks marriedfolks marriedfolks
folks did she Tom said grimly I Icant Icant I Icant
cant imagine why wh Shes a good goodcook goodcook goodcook
cook he added and I hope we can cankeep cunkeep cankeep
keep her herWo herWe herWe
We can Prue said to herself If Ifwe Ifwe ifwe
we will meet her peculiar require requirements requIrements requirements ¬
ments But Ill not be driven Into any anyfoolishly unyfoolishly anyfoolishly
foolishly unnecessary unnecessur display of acted affection atrectlon actedlion ¬
lion tionFor
For three days the Dawsons enjoyed enjoyedthe enjoyedtbe enjoyedthe
the results of Matildas culinary efforts ef efforts ettorts ¬
forts but a heavy heart will wlllatlect affect the thebest thebest thebest
best of appetites somewhat and ou tho thofourth thotourth thefourth
fourth duy Matilda complained that thatthey thattbey thatthey
they didnt seem to relish their vic victuals victuals victuals ¬
tuals and she guessed shod better betterbe bettelbe betterbe
be goln golnOh golnOb goinOh
Oh no Prue cried No one could couldsuit couldsuit couldsuit
suit us better than you do doIm doIm doIm
Im glad of that maam but theres theresanother theresanothel theresanother
another reason And she hung her herhead hetbead herhead
head
Prue was painfully embarrassed emJarrnssl > d for forshe forsho forshe
she could guess the other reason 1 Ihope 1hope 1hope
hope you will stay she stammered stammeredIll
Ill think it over till tomorrow tomorrowmaam tomonowmaam tomorrowmaam
maam but I feel as If Hannah hadnt hadntbeen hadntbeen hadntbeen
been fair with me leadln me to expect expectthings expectthings expectthings
things was different between you and andhim andhIm andhim
him from what they really leul1 be beTom beTom Je Jelom
Tom came home later than usual that thatnight thatnight thatnight
night Iruo was In the hall giving givingsome givingsome givingsome
some Instructions to Matilda when he heopened heopened heopened
opened the door His eyes looked tired tiredand tiredand tiredand
and sad she thought She hesitated a nmomentonly amomentonly amomentonly
momentonly a moment momentful for Matilda Matildawas Matildawas i iwus
was present nnd now was her opportu opportunity opportunlty opportunity ¬
nity to redeem herself In the girls eyes eyeswhen eyeswhen eyeswhen
when she ran to meet her husband and andheld undheld andheld
held up her face to be Je kissed kh Sld The tired tiredlook tirelllook tiredlook
look faded from his eyes as If by mag magic magIc mnghe ¬
ic and he put both arms around her herand herand herand
and held her close Has my little littlewife littlewte littlewife
wife come to 9 her senses he asked askedHush askedIollushl askedhush
Iollushl Hush she answered I still think thinkits thinkIts thinkits
its unnecessary but Matilda likes it itShe ItShe itShe
She refuses to stay unless we are atfectlonate at affectionate attectlonate ¬
fectionate like And she laughed hys hysterically hystellcally hysterically ¬
terically tericallyIl0h tellcallyIOh tericallyOh
Il0h Oh Tom said That was nil but butthere butthere butthere
there was a world of disappointment in 1nthe inthe Intile
the exclamation Then heu he looked be beyond beyond beyond ¬
yond his wife at Matilda who stood stoodbeaming stoodbeamIng stoodbeaming
beaming at him her hands clasped in inecstasy Inecstasy Inecstasy
ecstasy Well shell stay now be hesaid besaId besaid
said bitterly I congratulate you youYes youYes OU OUYes
Yes Matilda had decided to remain remainShe remainShe remainShe
She came to the sitting room door after afterdinner afterdinner afterdinner
dinner to announce her decision decisionAfter decIsionArter decisionAfter
After she had gone Pruo left her seat seatand scatand seatand
and moved restlessly about the room roomThen rOODlThen roomThen
Then she sighed so deeply that tha i Tom Tomlooked Tomlooked Tonilooked
looked up from his paper Head Headache Headache ¬
ache 1 he asked askedNuo askedNllO askedNno
Nuo she said Her lips trembled trembledand tremJledand trembledand
and she burled her face in her hands handsand bandsand handsand
and sobbed out Its Just heart ache acheTom acheTom acheTom
Tom TomHeart
Heart ache he said gently I Ithought Itbougllt Ithought
thought I had a monopoly of that thatPrue tbutPrue thatPrue
Prue came close to his chair and andleaned andleaned andleaned
leaned against an arm of it Tomshe Tom Tomshe Tom6h
she 6h cried remorsefully remorsetullhTom Tom dear
fin you me and andher her voice voicesank voicesank olcesank
sank to a whisper whlsperklss kiss me meHe meHe weHe
He caught her hands In his and drew drewher drewher drewher
her down beside him liTo To please Ma Matilda Matilda Matilda ¬
tilda he asked askedOh askedOh
I
Oh Tom you OU know better betterBecause betterBecause I IBecause
Because if its to please that girl Ill Illbe Illbe I Ibe
be hanged If 1 But something pre prevented prevented prevented ¬
vented further speech just then thenWhen thenWhen thenWhen
When the Dawsons celebrated their theirtin tilelrtin theirtin
tin wedding it was with the assistance assistanceof
of their honeymoon cook cookAn cookD cookAn
An D Vnfaw Unfamiliar Dialect DialectAn DialectI1 DialectAn
An I1 American woman who was lately
in London for the first time Is con convinced convlnced convlneed ¬
vinced that whatever the language languagemay languugemay languagemay
may be which the cockneys speak it is isnot Isnot isnot
not English One of her experiences is isrelated isrelated
related by the Washington Post I
The woman wished to see the city all allby allby allby
by herself Somebody told her that if ifshe Itshe ifabe
she went to the terminus of some bus buslines buslines buslines
lines it did not matter which and andwaited andwaited andwaited
waited a little she would hear the con conductor conductor ¬
ductor call out the places on the route routeand routeand 0 0and
and then could choose that which she shewished shewIshed shewished
wished to visit visitShe visitBhe visitShe
She found a place where buses were werearriving werearriving werearriving
arriving and departing and waited waitedShe waitedShe waitedShe
She heard many curious names but butfailed buttailed butfailed
failed to understand much that the bus busmen busmen busmen
men said Every now and then theman the theman tileman
man on the step of a bus would call callout callout callout
out Moblotch Moblotchl and she shewondered sbewondered shewondered
wondered what part par of London Mob Moblotch Mob Moblotch ob oblotch ¬
lotch might be She bad never heard heardof beardot heardof
of it before and she had been studying studyingLondon studyingLond6n studyingLondon i
London for six months At last she sheventured sbeventured sheventured
ventured to address a conductor who wholooked wholooked wholooked
looked approachable approachableWill
Will you kindly tell me she said saidwhere saidwhere saidwhere
where one takes the bus for the Mar Marble Marble Marble ¬
ble arch archThe archThe 1 1e
e The man looked at her pityingly pityinglynierlcan
rva merlcan medC n accent was thick upon uponu uponhe
JJ u d he perceived also that she sheiJJrieaf shemoo
1 iJJrieaf eat He leaned toward herh her herlo0g
ml mlQDf moo
h ins ng QDf ia lo0g breath < Then ho bel
us and vur r bus maam ma1aml and be bepar beloblotcbMOblotch beoar
par mhi0biotcb m loblotcbMOblotch ioblotch Moblotch Moblotchlphyelcia 1 1phyelclanV
phyelclanV tj 1 let seven Moblotch MoblotcnI MoblotchJS8lhe Moblotchand
and all JS8lhe ee ate never qnoe Qnceawful
I awful tc IB the way Marble Marblein Marblejtlltidon
jtlltidon jtlltidone in ° London
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How to u Alitlto Utivuriuu Cake CnUfcBavarian CkcBmlulan CakeBnvarian
Bavarian Christmas cakes are held heldin heldIn heldIn
in such high esteem by those who re regard r rsard reBard ¬
Bard them as a national delicacy as aswe aswe aswe
we look on our pumpkin pie pl that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some Bavarians send to their own owncountry owncOUlltl owncountry
country cOUlltl every ell year for flour and wine wineBO wineso
so that they may be Je sure to secure se urc the thetrue thetlue thetiue
true flavor Tho following Is the rec recipe recIpe recIp0 ¬
ipe and from it American flour tud tudAmerican ItnllAmollcnn WudAmorieun
American wine will produce satisfac satisfactory sutlsfactor satisfactort ¬
tory tor results The cakes are difficult dlI cult to tomix tomix tomix
mix properly but are well worth the thetrouble thetrouble thetrouble
trouble and when ben packed In fancy fancyboxes funcyboxes fancyboxes
boxes or baskets they make U1nl e a pretty prettylittle IIlettlIttle prettylittle
little trifle for a Christmas present to toan toI1n toan
an acquaintance They lhe require threefourths three threefourths threefoulths
fourths or n pound of flour onehalf onehalfof oiie hnlf hnlfof
of a pound of butter onefourth of a npound apound apound
pound of granulated sugar and the theyolk theolk theyolk
yolk olk of one egg and three tablespoon tablespoonfula tnl > lospoon lospoontuls
full of white wine The butter and nndsugar alldsugal andsugar
sugar are worked thoroughly together togetherand tORethelalld togetherand
and the flour added until they tllt are of aconsistency a aconsistency nconsistolllf
consistency to roll out They should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be about threequarters of an inch inchthick iuchtl1lck Inchthick
thick and cut lu different shapes
How tu Make Sugared SUKr c1 Popcorn PopcornSugnred 11opcOlDBuglled PopcornSugared
Sugared popcorn can be Je made for forChristmas torChllstlllns forChristmas
Christmas lu several ways For mo molasses moInsses welasses ¬
lasses popcorn take u half cupful of ofgranulated ofg1llllUllltld ofgranulated
granulated sugar and a cupful of New NewOrleans Nw01llnns NewOrleans
Orleans molasses and a small piece 111 > co of ofbutter ofJuttel ofbutter
butter Boll over the fire stirring oc occasionally occuslolnll occasioually ¬
casionally cuslolnll until the sirup threads then thenpour tlltnpout thenpour
pour it slowly slowl over the loose loo o popcorn popcornmixing IWJcolnmlxlll popcornutixing
mixing mlxlll the corn with a spoon 111 > 0011 so as to todistribute todlstlllJute todistribute
distribute the sirup s + lrup evenly If one onedesires onodeshes onedesires
desires It can be molded into balls or orserved 01sored orserved
served loose In a bowl Maple popcorn popcornballs POPC011IJulls popcoiubulls
balls are made In the some alUl way using usingmaple usingUluple usingmaple
maple Strap > Instead of molasses A Aplain Aplnlu Aplain
plain sugar sirup colored wltli a little littlecochineal Uttlecochlllcul littlecochlueul
cochineal water 11 tel may 11111 also be used usedand usednnll usednail
and the bright bri lIt pink Jirik popcorn will de delight delight dolight ¬
light the children
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BALlARDS HOREHOUND HOREHOUNDSYRUl HOREHOlTNDSYRUP IIOREI10UNDSYRUP
SYRUP SYRUlImmediately SYRUPr SYRUPImuneiliately
Immediately r relieves hoarse honr c croupy croupycough l croupycough rOlpylOIlh
cough oppressed oPlHl 5cd rattling rasping and anddifficult al1 anddifficult < 1 1difticlIlt
difficult breathing Jnthin Henry H nry C Stearns StearnsDruggist StcarnsDnlggist StearnsDruggist
Druggist SliullsliurgAVisconsin Shl1l1shul isconsil1 writes writesMay writlh writeMay
May h 20 o 1901 I have been selling sellingDullards sellingBallallls sellingBallards
Dullards llurelinuuil Syrup for two twoyears toIa twoyears
years Ia 1 > and an I have ha c never had a preparation preparationthat preparationthat
that has ha given t ell butter satisfaction I Inotice 1notice Inotice
notice that when I sell a bottle they theycome theycome 0 0come
come back for more I can honestly honestlyrecommend honestl honestlyreconrineud I Irecommend
recommend it 251 50 50 50S os and ani too at all alldruggists alldruggists I Idruggist
druggists 12COLONY 12 12COLONY J2COLONY
COLONY FOR THE POOR POORPhUuiitliro POORPhihul POORPhilanthrupltM
PhilanthrupltM PhUuiitliro Phihul thlOllhtH > lntH Pimm to Found a aMoiitmm nlluutII aaloutziuu
Moiitmm Town With Syraoaian SyraoaianJohn SIIounlJohn SyraoutanMJohu
John ilazeltlue of Syracuse S1 CllSe who is isell Isell iswell
well ell known thlou throughout hunt central New NewYork NewYork ew ew10rk
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York us a philanthropist Ilhlllll1th IOptst and first ISt su superintendent RU1Il1IlltellltcI1t superintertdemt ¬ I
perintendent of the th Municipal Lodging LodgingHouse LollglngHonse Lodginghouse
House of Syracuse C announced recentlythat recently recentlythat recentl recentlthat
that he was planning to take a colony colonyof cololl colollor
of 1000 Syracuse people to Montana to toestablish toestnJllsh toestablish
establish a town says the New ew York YorkTimes YorkTimes YorkTimes
Times TimesMr TimesMr TimesMr
Mr Hazeltine through his charitable charitablework challtuJlework charitablework
work has obtained ohtnlJ > d u list of 01 practically practicallyall luacUcallall
all the poor people of the city and It Is Isfrom IstlOW isfrom
from them that t he proposes to select selecthis selecthis selecthis
his colonists He expects every one onehowever onehowcI onebowever
however to have 301vheu 50 O when starting on onthe ontbe onthe
the trip Ho states that he has been beenIn beenin INU INUIn
In communication COllllunulclI tlun with four families familieswho 1umllle8who tantilleswho
who went from this thl section a year eur ago agoto agoto agoto
to Montana and It Is upon their state statements stntemonts statemeats ¬
meats that be undertakes to found his histown histowu histown
town townHe townlie
He 11 < 1 says SIl R that fertile lands can easily easilybe casU casUbe
be obtained from tile government and andthe aUlltll andthe
the tll question llll stloll of milking a good living livingand livingand 1lngnud
and having a surplus at the end of the theyear theeuI theyetu
year euI Is simply 8111111 ono of work lie Is en entliiislnstlc enthuslllstlc euthusitstle
tliiislnstlc in the tll project believing that thatthe tllattlle thatthe
the settling of western lands by poor poorpeople poorpeople loor loorIIlOllll
people from eastern cities will solve solVltIll solvethe j
the problem of relieving rfJlllu poverty povertyCAMPUS poertyCAM povertyCAMPUS
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CAMPUS CAM PUS CHAT
President Angell of the University Universityof
of Michigan IJll mn In his annual report to tothe totbo tothe
the board of regents asserts his loyalty loyaltyto lonlt lonltto
to the cause of eo coeducation coeducationProfessor i jProfessor iProfe8sol
Professor 1 Scott Clark will be In Inclmrgu IncllIllgH inclauge
clmrgu of u department at n t the North Northwestern NOIthWlstlln NorthwtStern ¬
western university unhlI It Chicago which willteach will willtench willtcuch
teach fiction writing and even attempt attempthistorical uttemptblRloIkul attempthistorical
historical novels novelsProfessor uuvelsPIerVSlll I IPlOtlSHOl
Professor Hoary IImu B Dates the tb new newprofessor newluOrSSOl newprofessor
professor of electrical engineering at attlie atthl atthe
the University of Colorado occupied a asimilar 11slmlhu asimilar
similar position IIU ltlon for several years ears at atthe atthe atthe
the School of Technology at Potsdam PotsdamN
N Y YThe YThe I
The appointment of Mr Alexander AlexanderW
W Mali to the Greek chair at Edin Edinburgh EdlnbUlgll Editiburgh ¬
burgh lu succession succ sloll to Professor ProfessorButcher ProfessorHutchel ProfessorButcher
Butcher has hu excited some criticism In Inasmuch luas lnaswueb ¬
asmuch as ucb IH the new professor is only onlytwentyeight onlytweutYllgllt onlytwentyeight
twentyeight years euls of age ug but he h had
a most distinguished career at Aberdecn Aber Aberdeen AberI ¬
deen and at Cambridge laU11J1ldgeCHURCH CambridgeCHURCH
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CHURCH AND CLERGY
Rev Charles Cbnrl s Gordon Ames of the theChurch theChmch theChurch
Church of the Disciples Boston has hasjust hnsjust hasjust
just celebrated his seventyfifth birth birthday bIrthda ¬
day dayRev da i
Rev James L Dolllver father of ofthe ofthe
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the junior senator from Iowa Is com coming comIng cointag ¬
ing to be regarded regal ed as the Grand Old OldMan Old3Ian OldMan
Man of the Buckeye State It is six sixty SIXty sixty ¬
ty years ears since he entered the ministry ministryColonel mln1strJColonel ministryColonel
Colonel A A Pope has founded a achurch achurch achurch
church without any nny sectarianism in inCohasset inCohasset
Cohasset Mass ass in memory of his son sonAll sonAll I
All are welcome to worship in the thechurch thochurch thechurch
church pagan or Christian Jew or orgentile orgentile orgentile
gentile gentileRev gentileRe gentileRev
Rev Re Dr John T Hclschmann pas pastor pastor pastor ¬
tor of St Peters Lutheran church churchBrooklyn churchBrooklyn churchBrooklyn
Brooklyn celebrated the other day an anunusual anunusual anunusual
unusual double anniversary the twen twentyfifth twentyfifth twentyfifth ¬
tyfifth occurrence of his wedding day dayUid dayIIId daylaid
Uid of the date upon which whl h be assum assumed aSDumed aseumed ¬
ed the pastorate of the churchFAVORITE church churchFAVORITE churchFAVORITE
FAVORITE FAMILY REMEDY
Frequently accidents occur o cur in the thehousehold thehousehold
household which cause burns urns cuts cutssprains cutssprains cutssprains
sprains and bruises for use Uliej in such suchcases suchcases suchcases
cases Ballards Snow Liniment has for formany formany formany
many years yearabeen been the constant favorite favoritefamily favoritefamUyrededY favoritefamily
family famUyrededY reiledy 25c 25cSOC 500 and 100 at atall ataU atall
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JAMAICAS J A rAICA8 MYSTERY MYSTERYTHE
THE FINGER OF FATE IN THE FALL FAUUOF FALLOF FALLOF
OF HER CAPITALS CAPITALSTrairedloa CAPITALSTlnllcdle CAPITALSTrulredleA
Trairedloa That Are Ie Wrlttuti In the thelIlKlnry thellltory
11111101 lIlKlnry of Her lltilnutl CltleM ChluHTwo ChluHTwoof Two Twoof
of Tliviu VnnlxluJ Utterly From Off Offttio 011tho oarrho
ttio tuoe of tilt Earth Earth1huro UurlhUhuro 1 larlhhllo
Uhuro hllo exists tu Jamaica In the West WestI West11IlllJi WestIudles
Milieu I a uulvcmil supurstltlon that u uuursu 11cUISU aeate
uursu rests upon any 1111 town chosen to bu buIts utIts beits
Its capital Since 1GOUlieu 10UU when the first tirstchief I1IItl1lllt firstchief
chief city cJt was US founded fOllu ed no fewer than thanthroe thanthll thanthree
throe capitals liavu hu U been Jeeu ruined In mysterious mys mysterious wystetlous ¬
terious and tragic ways Us Two nave navevanished haverunished 0 0uulshed
vanished utterly lttllI from the face of the thewirtli tltuputtb theearth
earth Somu OIUO of the more superstitious superstitiousof
of the colonists brooding over the thestrange tIJtluulle thestt
strange stt auge history or their country COllnU fear fearUnit fearthut fearthat
Unit Kingston KIII stou the present capital a acity aell acity
city ell of 70000 < I Inhabitants will share slmrethe sharethe bUlethl
the fate fa to of Its predecessors
The first capital was UI Sevllln Nueva NuevaNew NuevaNew uea ueaiew
New Seville uthei otherwise lse called Seville SevilledOro SevilledOIo SevilledOro
dOro the Golden Seville He 11 h on account accotmtof
of Its marvelous wealth It was IIS found foundcd foundcd oun ounIJ
cd IJ by Don limit triSsijulvel and Diego Diegoa logo I IU
a son of Christopher Columbus In u ufew afurs I Irow
few years eUIS It became the greatest Span Spanish Spanhilt ¬
hilt city I1t lu the new lIC world Thither ThitherHocked 1hitheetlocked 1lJlthCllIoclw
Hocked the blue blooded but Jilt Impecuni Impecunious ¬
ous nobles of Cnstlle eager to rebuild rebuildtheir lclJulhltheil rebuildthei
their family 1I11111 fortunes at the expense orthe or ofthe orthe
the poor Aruwiik AruvvnkCu AruwiikCatlinlrals 1a 11 I ICII
Catlinlrals CII tllllhlIls palaces 111 laces and monasteries monasteriesrivaling nionastettesrlvailug s slIIII1I1
rivaling lIIII1I1 those lho l of Spain In splendor splendorweie splendorwere JlItlIdolWUlo
were erected The marbhi streets were werecrowtleil werecrowded ele eleClO
crowded ClO lI with gnyly gnI clad courtiers and andIndian uudIlIdlulI turdIndian
Indian ulnves who tolled for them and andbrought nudJlouht andbrought
brought them tribute from mine and andjungle audjungle andjungle
jungle jungleThen jungleIheu junglerbetn
Then In a night the city vanished vanishedand vunlshodnull uIIIbgduUlI
and no one can tell t < 111 today tollu what hap happened boppClled happeened ¬
pened to It No 0 survivors and no rec records lecOll recoeds ¬
ords Oll were left behind l > e hi 1111 to tell the tale taleToday talelo talelodny
Today lo u one can see burled in tropical tropicaljungle tlolllcnijuull tropicaljungle
jungle a mile of marble pavement Iia elUent and anda
a few broken columns and arches archesNothing ulchesotllhlg archesNothing
Nothing else remains of the Golden GoldenSeville Goldl1ISeville GoldenSeville
Seville once so prosperous and splendid splen splendid splenlIltl ¬
did except a few contradictory na native nuUO nittire ¬
tire traditions trn ltlons These traditions va variously viiriouSly 1 1lluusl ¬
riously ascribe the destruction of the
city cll and ulIlllts Its Inhabitants Inllllbitn uts to a mutiny of ofthe ofthe
the oppressed Indians un earthquake earthquakea
a sudden visitation vlslta tlon of millions of red rednuts lcdnnt redants
nuts nnt and an attack a by Jy French buc buccaneers buccnneers buccaneers ¬
caneers The very el memory of what whatwas whatns whatwas
was ns once the greatest city clt of the new newworld newwOlld newworld
world has almost perished Even in inJamaica InJarul1lcn inJamnlcn
Jamaica few people know anything anythingabout antblugabout anythingabout
about the Golden Seville SevilleThe SelIIefbo SevilleThe
The Spaniards made Saint Jago de la laVega laYcgl1 laVega
Vega now called Spanish Town their theirsecond thehsecond theirsecond
second capital Time and again It was wasdevastated wasdevastated I i
devastated by IJ hurricane and plague plagueharassed plagueharassed
harassed by J Indian revolts or ransack ransacked ¬
ed by adventurous picaroons Gradu Gradually Grudually ¬
ally 1111 It sank from Its high estate until untilnow untilIIOW untilnow
now It Is merely IIIcrI a squalid village villageWhen v11lageWhen village11lnen o
When the English conquered the is island Islund Islund ¬ I
lund they thc mndu Port Royal their real realcapital realcnpltlll realcapital i
capital though Spanish Town remain remained ¬
ed for some time the otllclal seat of ofgovernment ofgovcrmlleut ofgovernuteut o
government The emporium of the In Indies Indies indies ¬
dies and the Spanish main the market marketfor mnrkctto marketfor
for to l the 111 gotten gains of 10000 buc buccaneers bucCl1neelS buccaneera ¬
caneers Port Royal soon became Jecame the therichest therichest therichest
richest and wickedest city clt of the new newworld newwOlld newworld
world At the height of Its splendor splendorand splendoraud splendorand
and its vice Ico It was destroyed d < 1strocd within withinthe withinthe withinthe
the space of two minutes by an earth earthquake earthquake earthquake ¬
quake quakeThe quakefhe quakeTie
The ground 0 10 I opening In Several SeveralPlaces SeveralPlaces I IPlaces
Places at once wrote wl ote an eyewitness eyewitnessIn
In 1092 10 2 a few days after the catastropile catastro catastrophe ¬ I Iphe
phe swallowed up UI > Multitudes of Peo People PcopIc Peopie ¬
pie together whole Streets sinking un under undOl under ¬
der water with Men n Women and Chil Clilldrew Children Chl1dron ¬
drew In them and those Houses which whichbut whichbut whichbut
but just now appeared the Fairest and andLoftiest undLoftiest andLoftiest
Loftiest In these Parts and might vie viewith viewith 10 10with
with the Finest Buildings tu the World Worldwere Worldwele Worldwere
were In a moment Sunk In the Earth Earthand Earthand Earthand
and nothing to be seen of them such suchCrying suchC1llIg suchCrying
Crying such Shrieking and Mourning MourningI
I noel heard nor could anything In Inmy Inwy inmy
my Opinion appear more Terrible to tothe tothe tothe
the Eye of Man Ia n Here a Company of ofPeople otPcople ofPeople
People Swallowed < 1l1 up at once there a awhole awhole awhole
whole Street tumbling tUUlhllu down and in inAnother InAnother inAnother
Another Place the Trembling Earth Earthopening Earthopening I
opening her ll r Ravenous Jaws let In the theMerciless thoMerciless theMerciless
Merciless Sea so that this Town is be become beconic Je Jecome ¬
come a Heap of Ruins Several SOV < 11111 Peo People PeopIe Peoplc ¬
pIe were Swallowed up of the Earth Earthwhen EnrthYoh Earthwhen
when Yoh < 1n the Sea breaking lu before the theEarth theEalth theEarth
Earth could Close they were washed washedup washroup
up again and Miraculously saved from fromPerishing tromlellshlng fromPerishing
Perishing Others the Earth received receivedup
up to their Necks ecks and then Closed Closedupon Clos Closedupon d dupon
upon them th 1D and squeezed squeeze them to toDeath toDeath toDeath
Death with their Heads above Ground Groundmany Grounllmany Groundmany
many of which the Dogs Eat Multi Multitudes Multitudes IuIUtudes ¬
tudes of People Flouting Ilou tlug up and down downhaving downha downhaving
having ha Iug no Burial The Burying Place Placeat llaceat Placeat
at the Pallsadoes is quite Destroyed Destroyedthe > d dthe
the Dead Bodies being washed out of oftheir ottheh oftheir
their Graves their Tombs beat to toPieces toPieces toPieces
Pieces and they floating up and down
is sad to think Low we hare hu e Sut Sutre
re
The ° fbl Earth hath still fits of Shaking Shakingwith Shakingwith
with very much Thunder and Light Lightning Ligbtulng Lightning ¬
ning and nn dreadful Weather yet et this thlahad thishud thishad
had so little effect upon some People Peoplehere Peoplebere Peoplehere
here that the very same Night theywere they theywere tbeywere
were at their Old Trade of Drinking Drinkingand Drlnklnund Drinkingand
and Swearing breaking up Ware Warehouses Warehouses Warehouses ¬
houses Pillaging and Stealing from fromtheir tromtheir fromtheir
their Neighbors N lgbbors even while the Earth Earthquake Eartbquake Earthquake ¬
quake lusted and several of them were weredestroyed weredestloy weredestroyed
destroyed d In the vary ery Act and Indeed Indeedthis Indeedtbls indeedthis
this Place has been one of the Ludest LudestIn LU est I
In the Christian World olld a sink of all allfllthlness allfilthiness allfilthiness
filthiness and a mere Sodom SodomOld SodomOld SodomOld
Old Port Royal lies burled beneath beneaththe beneatbthe beneaththe
the sea The present town of Port PortRoyal PortRoyal PortRoyal
Royal a place of no Importance except exceptas
as a coaling station was built after afterthe ntterthe afterthe
the earthquake a fire and a landslide landslidebaring landslidehn landslidehaving
baring hn lng destroyed the few houses left leftstanding lettstanding leftstanding
standing standingKingston standingIIugston standingKingston
Kingston was not founded until the thebut theearly theearly
early part ot the elgh elgheenth cnth century centurybut centurybut
but It has already bee be beeq rdirlce bride destroy destroyed destroyI ¬ I
ed by fire and several times ravaged ravagedby ravagedby
by 11 hurricanes The Inhabitants naturally nat naturally nnturnlly
urally wonder wfat catastrophe catastro be will willhappen willhnppen willhappen
happen next v vMany br brMany
0
Many men haveTSecn have een capable of do doeroui dolug
lug a wise thing t very few a n nemus
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The Kind You Have Always Bought and which has been beenin beeain beenin
in use for over 80 year has borne the slgnatnre of ofand otand ofand
and has been made under his personal per perr
A sonnlsupervfslon sonal supervlalon since Its infancy IntoncyI
I I r Allow no one to deceive you In this thliAll thIJAll thisAll
All Counterfeits Imitations and Juatasgood are but butExperiments butExpertuents f
Experiments that trifle with and endanger tho health of ofInfants orInfbuti ofIntlants
Infants and Children OhUdr ahildrcnExporlence Experience against Experiment ExperimentWhat Exper1menWhat ExperimentWhat
What is IS CASTORIA CASTORIAOostorla
Oostorla Is a harmless substitute for Castor Oil Pare Paregoric Parerorie PareBoric
Boric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant 16 16contains Ifeontains
contains neither Opium Morphine orph1no nor other Narcotic Narcoticubstnnco Narcoticsubsmnce Narcotloaubstanco
ubstnnco Its It age Is Its guarantee It destroys Worms Wormsend WormInd Wormsand
end allays Feverlshuess Fcver1 hness It cures Diarrhoea and Wind WindColic WindJolie WindColic
Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation Constipationud
and ud Flatulency It assimilates tho Food regulates the theStomach theStomach theStomach
Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sleep d
The Childrens Panacea PanaceaTho Tho Mothers Friend FriendGENUINE FriendCENUINE FriendGENUINE
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS ALWAySBear A ABears
1 Bears the Signature of ofThe orTho
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SIRES AND SONS SONSTheodore SONSTu SONSTheodore
Theodore Tu odol Thoinna the conductor has hasJust hADjust hasjust
Just celebrated ClItt > Iutllt his sixtyeighth slxt Ihtb birth birthday birthdny birthday ¬
day dayJohn dnyJohll dayJohn
John Pollock and Henry GorellBarnes Gor Gorell GorellUI1nt ll llBarnes
Barnes eon sons of English noblemen n areeueolled are areenrolled Ilr IlreUlollld
enrolled as students in the Harvard HarvardLaw HBrluldIU HarvardIuw
Law IU school schoolExGovernor schoolExGoelnol
schoolExGovernor
ExGovernor F M 1 Drake of Iowa Iowahts Iowahad
has Just Jll t given 5000 to start a Dlble DlbleculliKO lIIblCOllgQ illblecollege
college lu India He had previously previouslyBlviii IJ1eluusly5000 prevlouslygiven
Blviii 5000 each for Bible colleges in inCliliiu InChillU inGllttu
Cliliiu null Japan JtiiwuL JUJllne
L E I Whittier a brother of John JohnJiwnlonf JolinIlPlIllot JohnGreeulenf
Jiwnlonf NVhlttier Is a resident of ofWiuiitbiigu of11luucbngo
Wiuiitbiigu IUIllbll o county Oallt lu He U past pastseventysix pastseveutysix
seventysix years III1 of age und In good goodhealth goodbenltlt
health H lit Maid Jd engaged In farming furuilujCharles fUlmlnChUllolI farmingCharles
Charles M 1 Booth of Englewood EnglewoodJ N NJ NJ
J who bus Just celebrated his ono hun hundredth uundllllth huiichedth ¬
dredth birthday IJIItlJdll claims to be tin oldest oldestholder oldestohlll oldestholder
holder ohlll of a life Insurance lusul nce policy In the theUnited thtLnltll theUnited
United States He was insured in 1813 1813The 113Tho 1843The
The celebrated German weather weatherprophet wellthfrIllullbet weatherprophet
prophet Dr 1 > 1 Rudolph Falb ban Just Justdied justdied justlied
died luur licrllu at the nge of sixty slxtyfive sixtyfive lilt liltfive
five lie first studied theology which whichho whlcll1m whichhe
ho abandoned for the study tud of meteor meteorW meteorJ metco1uIOH meteoralogy
uIOH uIOHJ alogyJ W
J M Zion an Induiua horticulturist horticulturistBuys
Buys I H his ambition in life Is to product productuu InutJlIlI1n
uu apple measuring twenty Inches In IndriMliufeicuce InChl1l11felUUll ineircnniferenee
driMliufeicuce lIe Is oxperlmeutlng oxperlmeutlngwith
with several varieties and thinks he hewill blwill hewill
will soon ooluttllin attain his desire desireJohn deslteJuhu desireJohn
John Howard Parnell who 110 has Iii been beenBdcuttul heensl beenselected
selected sl lechd to contest South Meatb lu opposltion op opposition ¬ I Iloltlol1
position tii Iiiivld Shfehy o1hflh Is a brother
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nasal passages pa sagell bronchial bronchialtubes bronchialtubes bronchialtubes
tubes lungs kidneys blad bladder bladder bladder ¬
der and stomach Also AUoNervous AlloNervous AlsoNervious
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IndigestionConsumption Indigestion IndigestionConsumption IndigeftionConsumption
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it gives appetite builds buildsup bulldllup buildsup
up the system banishes banishesthat banishesthat banishesthat
that tired feeling makesthe makes makesthe makellthe
the weak strong 8 t ro n R and andhappy andhappy andhappy
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of the lute Charles Stewart St Wl1rt Parnell and andcity anllcity andcity
city marshal of the city clt of Dublin DublinMr DublinMr
Mr Puruell represented one of the di divisions dilslons dlvisions ¬
visions of Wlcklow in the 1805 parlia parliament parllament parliameat ¬
ment mentThe mentlhe meatThe
The president of the Ohio Bankers Bankersassociation DlnkersIllisoclatJou Bankersassociation
association Is Henry Flesh He Is one oneof oneof oneof
of the oldest bankers of the state and tindhas tlDdbas andhas
has been Jeen cashier of the Citizens Na National Natlonlll Natlonal ¬
tional bank of Flqua for more than thantwentyfive thant thantwentyfive
twentyfive t > tlIttfl years He Is also president presidentof
of the Citizens National bank of Cov CovIngton CovIngton Coyington
Ington 0 0The 0fhe 0The
The last of Wellingtons aldsdecamp aidsdecamppassed aldsdecamppassed aldsdecamppassd
passed away l1Wn when the Duke of Rich Richmond Rlcbmond Richwond ¬
mond died recently rec < 1lltly He bad the unique uniquedistinction uniquedistinction uniquedistinction
distinction of being n duke tour times timesover timesover timesover
over having hu Iog tie strawberry tra wberry leaves lea es of ofRichmond ofRlcbmond ofRichmond
Richmond In England Lennox in Scot Scotlaud Scotland Scotland
land Gordon Iti the United Unlt d Kingdom Kingdomand KingdomandDAublguy
and andDAublguy DAubigny in France FranceIf 6 6It
It the Canadians are determined to tohave toJue tohave
have Jue free access to the Pacific Pacl c along alongtheir alon alonthElr alongtheir
their entire coast line there Is a sure sureway 8ureWilY sureway
way to get it All they have to do isto Is Isto 18to
to accept annexation with the United UnitedStates UnitedStll UnitedStitesChlcngo
States Stll ttsChlcago Chicago News NewsHE NewsHE ewR ewRHE
HE FOUND A CURE CURER
R H Foster 318 S 2d Street Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City writes I have been both bothered bothered bothered ¬
ered with dyspepsia or indigestion for
21 years have tried many doctors with without without without ¬
out relief but I have found a cure in inHerbine inHerbine inHerbine
Herbine I recommend it to all my
friends who ho are afflicted that way w y and andit andit andit
it is curing them too joe at all durg durgtfists durgIrists dunggists
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