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DIANA OF THE CHASE
DETROIT GIRL WHO IS FOND OF
BAGGING BIG GAME.
Was MllUn It. Tnylur, n I'etlte -nnt)
or IVIiiiiii tlie Clly of tlio Hlr.ill. It
ns lrtiuil us Can llo--l'untt of Life on
Mies Llllluti Ii. Taylor of Detroit.
Mich., Is ft very remarkable youns.
woman, who prefers to summer on n
Western ranch Instead of at a fash
ionable resort, and who shoots heart
and kills ruttlcsnnkcB In placo of piny
Inn golf, to pass away the time.
Miss Taylor's father onus a ranch In
Montana, near Uutte, nnd thither the
young lady hied herself early In Juno
as she has been In the habit of doing
for several nummcrs pant. Shu Is a
devotee of horseback riding, nnd one
morning soon after her arrival at the
ranch, while taking her constitutional
she found that the big traps had closed
over a huge bear, who was growling
and roaring in pain. -Miss Lillian al
ways carries her ride when out on
horseback, and as sho ncared tho mon
ster and viewed tho situation, she
raised her rllle, took good aim,, and let
fly a bullet that did the work without
delay. llruln gave one dying, groan,
nnd rolled over, a dead bear. The
beast measured fix feet In length.
Miss Taylor keeps her cyo on the
traps from day to day, and later she
shot another benr, not quite so large.
Miss Taylor Is passionately fond ot
the wild, free life of the ranch. She i
a splendid shot and a superb horse
woman. She has owned a pony since
she was 5 years of age, and her friend
recall tho times when sho used to
hitch up the pony, tho cow, nnd th
dog, tandem, nnd drive them about the
back yurd of her Detroit home. She
rides horseback astride, wearing dl
vldcd skirts, a red wool sweater nnd a
wldc-brlmmcd fedora hat. She Is n
blonde, small In stature, strong, ath
letic, bright and healthy. When she
comes homo to Detroit she uvotds so
cial functions, and loves rather to
mount her horse and speed away on
the boulevard. She lb fond of reading
nnd cares Httlo for tho companionship
or admiration of tho opposite sex.
Hut let It not bo thought that Misa
Taylor lacks womanly accomplish
ments. On tho contrary, sho is an un
usually flue pianist and her Instructor
Tho first thing n wise mnn loams Is
to dodge nn interrogation point.
Satire Is tho salt of wit rubbed on a
nrooklyn, N. Y., Oct. 14. People who
have headaches know what they are. and
those who tako Gartlrlil Heatlnctio Pow
ders know how completely and how quirk
ly they can he cured This remedy is pe
culiarly adapted to the needs of nervous
wo m eu.
A man Is seldom In undue haute to
take up nu overdue uote.
Happiness 1ms lesi mo for comfort
Ladle Can Wear Shoes.
One sire smaller nftcruslnp Allen's Foot
Knse, n powder. It makes tight or new
shoes easy. Cures swollen, hot, sweat
ing, aching- feet, ingrowing1 nails, corns
and bunions. All drugurlHts and shoe
stores 25c. Trial package KKKEliy mall.
Address Allen S. Olmsted, I.eUoy, N. Y.
In gaining n point a mnii often loecs
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LILLIAN D. TAYLOIt.
declares that sho promises to bo a
prodigy In this line. So ncute Is her
ear for melody, and so deft her fingers
to Imitate, that her teacher refuses to
play n new pleco of music for her, lest
she immediately play It back again for
him by car, neglecting tho necessary
Miss Taylor also adds to her accom
pllshments that of figure skating. It Is
as natural for her to glide over tho lea
like a bird on the wing as It Is for
the nvorago young society woman to
danco to tho strains of tho alluring
waltz. Such an adept is this young
lady In tho art ot mnnnging the steel
shoes that her former Instructor sain
that ho would llko to tako her to Now
York and see her sknto against tho
prlzo winners nt tho rinks In that c'ty.
There is hardly n flguro Imaginable
that sho cannot cut upon the Ico, and
a very pietty picture sho makes, as
with reddened cheeks, sparkling eyes
nnd hair wind-blown, she glides over
tho ice, Sho 1b what her friends call
"a natural skate-," nnd really seem
to Inherit tho art, If one may bo said
to do so, as her mother, Mrs. Taylor,
nnd her mother's slstor, Mrs. Davis,
ore among tho best skaters In that vicinity.
To Tell Time liy Night.
Some Boston pcoplo nro much inter
ested In n project to establish n sys
tem of recording tlmo by means of
flashing lights on the domo of tho
stato house. The plan Is to automatic
ally turu off a certain number of lights
nt ono second before tho hour and turn
them on again ono second after tho
hour. At every succeeding ten min
utes a smaller number of lights would
ho turned off, and then on again. Pre
sumably soma Indication of tho quar
ter hour and half hour would also bo
given, perhaps by turning on colored
lights in certain combinations. Tho
effect would,' of courfac, be pretty nnd
less troublesome than tho jangling of
chimes at ovcry quarter, as Is done iu
tome cities, especially abroad.
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