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i 1 - "Black Bart" Again at Work.
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LO I Famous California Bandit Once More Takes to the I ,nl Road and Single-Handed Plies His Trade. ;i H k Hart, the himllt has come to Ji tl i ni again tor two ar h was 1 us iIjo bol.li-t hlnhwDmsn I" I- t mliv Bill tho ruMierlis he pcrpe II II nnifle-hnlridl wen r im lilonnl In i I limit Btng niacins re the di- i . f hi hoirt lie did nnt rnro how I issengcrs thiy (outlined Wlim I T,oi ' nm 1 1 seised him he wnul I stop one of l i inr)anil compel tho psssi n- I t, t i iitlghtnnd lean thilr valuables at ii, ii i li-l.lo mul then alnp his vlitlms in mind thilr plm-a he would order h Hi ii i In 'mnv. ni ha lively," n.l- j . iinlirt whisslug pj"t hn oar n tho 1 illmiptieared iiri nnd n bend In tho ( C , v , mihuiIIv captured iin.l j I i tnrm In thi Sun quenlln peal in- i ill evervnne on rhi Paolllc cnast 1 I i i or III " It I in Mi l a " of 1 i( I mi In In II rnimintl story of the M n i '. g ncratlnn of inimitable thll- ' t l Vinl Mlimj Ill uk llnrt uii.I l, 1 1 i k mill rlflr held up m them as n t t i Kink Unrt ii nd i In pnutlital rhynus ' ,, h I- ii to pin t" In In tho locnllt) ltr I r no robbid suae iiiachts form a tlo i ii i r by Ibrmnltih In tho hhtnrv if I , ani t 111 i nl i 111 snmi Hla. k llillt Ii JJ "" i ill, most r mnrk.iblc hlgliwntniiii ' P" tl V i his .vrr kn.iiin In.f II iv th it tin 1 - Ii Unit t ! re iwltig 111" "hi l or, tli p rulnim hit. niinio la mi nearly ! tlo n nlr if matery always haa surround 1 .,, rrt link Hirt and tho llneat ilctcitlve ' vlilll in California cinnot peiiolriile It a Pome nollio otll em llloe ho Ik ilenil nnd tlr mm. i he In In the Klondike Almoin f,r Mnill r opinions i om i rnlnic Mm obtained I,. vr iK' whinlu win. mgngi I In stage. ',,. r r .1 l.lng nr iimiiliu pursuit twin '' t ri iio when Hi Hnnla Itien stage i do , ,, ,! ,nt ben of Homo twwn In 111 Pl ii mill t Billable p ill e olllHnlB wore H W uie Hi it ho waa tin prlliilpal nttor. ty- JJ Tl l A mvi t m i n IP ". Tho tilnl ,r llli. k Hint tor highway - no r ibii rv In M 11 1 i il In M ly, iwi n - 1 n Mil I ii mass of Ink rm ill in about I lll , lit in in ml liatidlt h r m venti m eir , )ir lllEllilJ roblHrle Iv lllnik Hart liuil pr taken iitaee at Inlervala ami In leant i x A !,, iieiteil loialltlce all tin un from I'orU ! land Ore to uma Aria Ilia name wn JL n houerholil unrl Tlio Han Kranelnco W"J newspapers orraBlonally lirlnted n vi ran H nr two of iliikgerel cent lo them In the 9 mall b lllaok llnrt Honitltnoa thr. o T ill stairs u innntli weri roblieil by him uul a ieernl limes In a dozen veara the an h- ,4 .i lilKhwamun n wounileit by xtra f .,, nerj enpren. moapei mm ami atage ilrl- i Vi " wh" "red upun Hie robber Inalead "f f- lr euptnelv lielng IiIh onlera to tons him K ltr tho oxpreas mone tiox or btliiig him lei J enrol) r b the isaingirn Jl.it Jllaik Sjj Hart was never might until ileienlvia H5 trated him out bv a euit wttlili ho X? dropped at the nceno of a tttage boll uti L ,, fo one waa able to ccmnoit hlaik Mirt f, ', Willi the aiene or ani of tin i In iltn 4 , nancea or the crime if the n lib. r h i I 1 i ( mellnl Into thin nlr nr ao u uk the rob J I II bery nH llnleluil mil th. . mi. n hail boon V li onUrert to proceed tho tnllre utll .ra i ml 1 (, 3 .( not halo lietn more bntlleil Although St. . Ii Blark Tlart wn the lone iierformar In mm. lu nil lle atiiae , i.nrh lmld up In f allf ii nli lutwpen l.7 and 1W he never mi i ipjiroln ml In tin road In Vim h 1IO.I Hi. Hiige .uul h tint lr in led me ruigh mini m" Hie deaolai bllle mil thringli the Ii m 1 gul Ii r trim u i.lil mining tamii In th . Slcrraa to Minvllli il wia In Id u)i In i masked I..1H hlghamnll whin tin ilrlur and oil tin r n..iiuiri roiocnlKiil In his min i . r mil Mmll ia mine otlur than Blink Win Ii the maih bud rumbled out of flgiil on th n iv i own ilu mountain iililc 111 nk Han luriioil hla attention to apllt ting open tin B.i.idin box . obtaining the A.Hla Kirg.i I xpreaa . i.mpan ' trtnaure Hnmnhink mint hnn dlaturtied the high nil man wlill. h aa galherlng up the tnoni) from th treiaure box, for whin the Mage maih paeiengera had nrined th. niKilvn at tho m xt mxllon and hur rled linik to the aeene later that anmo dm tho fminil nmoiig the debtla of pa pua .niblv nuraea mid wriipplnga of pnr- iia a llui n . ufr 'the inbbir evidently ha I ilrm ped It In a hurrlcit flight to his n ruai I In i uff wa turned over to th egpreaa nitiiiiaiiy dele tins Thej found that the Inhtlble laundry marka on the cuff were tli'iai f a Chinese liiinnlrv lu San I'rah la o Win n th detoitliea had learned from thi i hln.no In. in. In man that the marka on 'hi ' ulT Indlrnted that It h longi I loonel hirha U ttolton a regular patron of the laiiiuln, the Met about to hunt up Mr Itoltiu It tume out that . harloa K ltoltnn, who owned the tuff was n quiet um btruafle man of about Ml eara lie llvrd lu A modeat and ritllet noarillng-liniii'i where aedate old-fash lined buvlneaa men hud rooma and exery one theio wna hla friend When a detee tlv wint In IKo In Ihe sajno boahllng hrnre he f. .ui.l that Mr H.illon waa a hlinlloila m in lived a i nrreet life waa u rin In of um Imoki dibbled In pnitry and .inv r.w Mk wmt away Ii vlalt .no of the aeioril little mlnea about I ul. if. inl.i lu whli li hi hud lnveatmints 1MB Alt It I HI SK.NBA'riON Whin ili.irl. h I 1'oltin waa nrrraled lu bin ruoma oiu il t mi tho i harge of hlghwui nihhili i he landlady was lltdlg liant and Ilu biotber gtiopta atortneil at the outriigi.iua liruieeillug Mr llollntla pastor wn ti u li iter 1 1 a local newspaper ilcn. .limine the I.I irUmnlllng of an honest man V bin It w.m uhmudthal .Mr Hel ton waa 11(01111 of being the notorious lllnik Hurt his frb nd were rushed The 1 eople In tho hoiinlltig hoiiae lagan I til -Unit t gitlur fin la ilmut Mr llollons ul. eon.-, i from Ida rooms uhl.li oliiuss nctuinil Juat when fresh robberks bj HI nk llnrt look place somewhere on Ihe tnaat and hla aasoilatcs In tho boarding house wore strong wltneasea against him Luring lllnik tlart a trial It tame nut Hint In waa Inirn In llm nlhnl Mo , that he was cilumliil f . r th. luu, ami hail pent mil ir nt lib i i II go Ohlu whin hi wis exji. Ilo.l r i gambling lie ihiugi.l hla nmno w.H li i hluikn ami inllste.l In a Wl i oneln r aim. lit lu the i IMI war Next ho went to the mlnea In Niwtilu mil ilririul lo (iillfuinli nhrrn I undo a I ntatlie attempt nt hlKhnm i ibln r h holiltng up tho pa muster of a mlno In I'liimiia tounty Philosophy. Prof Ironw'll ou arc mistaken. Von gro not utterlni, you V. O-o only Imaclno you are " ' ONE ON JAMES J. HILL. 'f-peaklng of Jnmea I 11111," said ft Bt l'aul man nt tho Iloltind house, the other eienlng I can tell you a storj of him It w 1a ntini bai k In tho SO when Ihe lata lamenled Harry Ives waa Mr Hilt a trhate seirrtat anil Mr 1 1 111 nu glilng nlinl J.Iks nf ucst hr.t 1 to the turmers of the Northwrst, lu order lo entourage slink raising along Ihe lino nf the lire it Northern road Hid tluw build up Ita tratlli Tin Htale fulr wis In lirogresa III ft 1'iul when iiiw Hoptimber tmirnliiK Ilea nptnod M Hills mall and found a lottir Horn a farmer which rend us fol I um Mr J J lllll-Denr Blr -I went to St I ml and In the fair, ns nu told me 1 lonkei, for )ou at yi ur olhce and ilso at tin fair Kroutidn I found i lontj . f Iior.1 of i uir epedoe but tould not ilnd oii uitywhere 'New lork 'limes l WHAT THE DOCTOR SAYS. I X tittt rrtttttrrrtTTTTTTTTT Tho proper enre of children, especially In winter, when tho frequent i hansel In tho weathir make them capeilnll liable to Illness la u subject of the utmost Im portant e. All children, nnd cepclallj those who nre lory oting, bear cold lery bidly. S-uuden changes of temperature aro to b molded and especial care should be takrn nffiilnst tho chll.l remaining In u low tempcruturc, for the renaoit that tlio body soon lose Its heut and na u result the iltnllty Is lowered and the si stem llnblo to disease Short eontnot with cold nlr or water Is Injuilous to Infanta while prolonged exposure Is of necessity eien more so, especlall when the nil In damp ns well ns cold. Children under C ears of age cannot Unnd a long walk In cold wenlh er, they Mon tire nnd then feel tho cold exceedingly While In the nlr children pusplng from n shelteied to an exposed po Itlon us in turning the torner of n. street mny become chilled On their c irlng Into the house hot nnd excited from their play and removing- their coats In a room that la only partialis wntm the) cntih more cold than the exposure of going out could lawslblj haie caused A baby In arms often catchea told In a similar manner being closely niullled up on stnrtitif; out It comes Inck hot nnd perspiring nnd la then laid down nslcep with Ita clothes remoied, on u REVISED IIEU NOTION TO DIE. Fnnnle Stem Wrote That She'd Oo to Diown Herself, but Didn't. A dappet filing fon Inner hurried Into the Uisl I Ifty-imii atrtet police nation lite on Puluidiiy night W hen ho re lumed his hut to ndilitas the seigeunt the latter a iw that Mi it iliups of sweat stood on hla fot.ll'ad "Mr Olllcer sold the joung min, "my slater lias drowned lietself. hit tan I do? Phu sent ii letter to my other slatir that she w is M'lnK to do It ' Then he trnnstutid Into Ensllsh thla mcasige, wiltteii In iKjncll on tho back of a poatul card "Mj Dear hlster I haie m hair cut down short, nnd I go lo drown mystlf In the Thlrt -fifth street rler It Is no lunger worth whl.c to llo. When ott gtt this I will be no more nlho Hod be with joti tannii: sriitt.sv " e b tven't beard of any suicides to night, Slid the seigeant "Bhc may not liuio done It. W hy tlon t ou ro where she Uvea nnd try and Ilnd her und pic lent tier ' "I demt know hoic fcho la" replied the brother. She left us thiee months 13$ ,r p II' MISHAPS OF FATE: HIS FIRST HIGH HAT. J " I J, Now I It place lliln liat Cirtfully so no onfc ' 111 liy any mlschanco- Knock It down or ' Sit on It." C 1 IIS - ..ll.l.M.i.. . ... , . .. !., I. . .1.111 ..-. ,, I I I I. .....l.. .1 1 , i A YOUNG MILLIONAIRE WHO EARNED A BRIDE BY WORKING IN A RAILROAD SHOP t ! J Stirred nn to nc. ompllsliment ') the ,' , nung woman In !oed nnd whom be- i cause uf bis pcrslsleiit Imluxtn he bis now tin illy won Ilertriuul riugeCK lull ! of New York, millionaire, college, Rintl- uatc, tlubinnn, utlilcte, bctnino a da) la borer In the employ of tho Hultlinore & Ohio Southwestern lnllunj Tor many muntlia jouiir llcll spent I tho houis from s u in to u p m dull) I j In n costumo of oiernll iiml "Jumper I Using his grlni) ntblm; bunds In tho I J exhausting drudgeo of tho rnlltond ' workshops. No urllann In tho compnnj a '. employ worked harder or bitter de- ' ir scried promotion than this gentl-mir- ''' tured ouug btlr t millions , On last I liristmaa da jnung IVcll 1) ul his rewind It wna nnnoiiuced In ' the social world b) Mis Marcus Hoggs of Chllllcolhe. O, that her oungest ' daughter win (Uguged to lie in irrlod to I, i -Mr. Bcrtrnnd I'migeres Hell There will ' 1 1 lo n icry inarming: wedding In the i' spring. And the tilth o stor) Is so let I petty a romume tint It Is wuitli the ttlllng. lleitrand Dell began his career lij mnklnRiin excellent recoul at Uanard, where bo not onl won a n.t o us an uthlrte, but especial honors as a lin guist Hla fitber, the late Edward It Hell nf.Niw orlt hid 1. tt him icspiinslblll tl.s as well as millions und fur ii time nftrr urudunilon the uuiik muu was 1 tonfrontcd b the piobluu uf itnuntlllUK bis en rotr und bis obligations Mean while be made bis homo with Dr. Mor ' gan Dl whose nei hew lie Is He win member uf tho Lnion and IlHiiaid t clubs and, because of his Mlong aclcti- ' title bent lalntiRtii also tu the Amerliun I Geological and l.thnologlcul societies ' It was these luti rests, nitliei than his I I Inheritance of a part ownership In the Old Dominion suuinship line und ot a 1 liouj stot kboldliig in the Hnllliiioro ,t nhlo r.illi.iuil that uttrncted him So, iln lt efter haling served lit the I nlted htittes niiw lb, jettt pieIoua, soung Hi II Join 1 tin 1'iuiy telltf ox t jiedltlon undet .Mi liildvnmn oC lliouk- m tr'i '' B I n Ilcturulng fi.im hla trip he bad so- H ( J oral lemliidoia thin it wag tlmo he H SiSj turn, d his Htl.ntl.n to hu Imiaiitunt H ftlfj ralliuid Inter. at" It seemed lu lilm Kfl ital thit there wen imin more fascinating U I m HiinkH in the woill Neierthelesa Itc W ' " i ml nd out Into Ohio und bull, d at JR .V.I t hlllliothe a see what Mas being done yW rpl In tin wmkshopa (lieie Mm It 111 not take the matrons of Chllll- I J " rothi mum das to i.alu.- Hint a han I j i Mitno and deildedb tlctci young mil J ' ,' lionnlro wua a il.ltor in the town and H) In u u .k time Mr Hell wag an 1m Vi , I ort nit ttulurc or the towns soilnti WM ' i i Of ml the dullghtful young: womm mjM i ' : whom this society hoitate I the) mist K ,. ' (harming In Mi Hells opinion win j I ' j thu Misses Hoggs und nf incm Inrom l ) , purablj the low Host was Miss Htntrli. J ' J who was -'1 tail brunette lgclnun HI ii nthletle und fin muro delightful than I ! i any '"lentory of lior clrnnns toull n ft, ( pi oi oner k j!?, ; This Indeed lu Itnguage far inoic in HI IV I pastlonod Mi Hell shortlj ml I hei mil J Si. ndded thereto u still nunc Impasaloiu J ff dfclaiutloii of IiIh di lotion J lr 4 Miss lltntiloe hosltutail. He begmtgiit Hi si 1 ,l0r '" ''" ''finite Hi rt At lfhtli she Lonfesnd n prorei.ii. HI i)k for nung men with decided iiiieois h HI I 'Si '"" 'r Hell very, tei) muili lude. I HI i .i Hut was li. nut soinctliliijr uf u wun Hj I tlcrer, a dilettante I '' ' If tint Is nli ' promptlj declared Mr lb II It shall be lemtdled Ant oti ah ill buc u loicr to our llklnp within u enr Ihe next da) the voting man took his pluie In a low of suititt laborers who ba 1 never heard of ttlinolng) or setn u golf alii It Ills ubjei t was to familiarise himself so tonipletelj with the nhnlrs of tho toad that he might la lilted to tuke simie day a pi. million! part In Us mun uguneiit And he tolled patiently fulth fullv Willi. .ut hope of spiilul favor Miss Hoggs however wim the one mliject tint Hell buie tunstnntlj In inlnd 'Ihelr Important (onversalton vna not again n tcrred to Hut twice or tin Ice weckl the would meet at (lin nets or dintes for urter he tmetgnt limn bis uverslls nt night Hell wna still gitutl) In demnnd b) Chlllliolbe socle t Often loo In the diiMlmn tho j otitis; man would lieer out of the clouded win dow a in thi workahup to see an e tiiin.l) handsome poling vvoman gallop hi on borstbuck or stunt i! bnndle the tciim lu n tiap dtnvvu b tvvo horses then was of com si nothing In tile win Id that he would have liked betlei Hum to be with bet Hut lie Hmply looked bwb fiom the window und turned ngnln to his srlno tools Not long ago the superintendent of the vioikshnp sought an Intel view with Mr Hertrniid Hill Them was no lenson the superintend, nt aai I why thi wiuitg muu should longei iciiitlnuu lu the shop He had acuulicd nunc pinild.nej than wus ieitilted of the uitfsuus How would lit like a pusltl ill as liicoiuiillve lite t um ' Mr II. II leplied that it wus gieat 1 t his liking W hilt to be a locomotiie fireman was not the summit of lilt ambition It meant piomntliin- meant that lie had since. I i.l In the gilm task be bud set himself Tho next .venlng- he contrived to tell -Mtss HoglTM can ou take the rest of my cateer In tills! ' (In., jouig millionaire asked lit i nnslnual) And the "ting la.l s teply whs so en couraging that 11 waa decided tu an nounte the glad fad t . the world. Asking Too Jim h "It's astonishing bow Incnnsldetute people can bo! ' ' What a the mutter now" lo the amateur dramatic club out our wn Is going to glvi un oiitertalu luent foi chuitty " Ani they want jou to buy some ilikou Oh It isn't that I wna going to bu tlio tli Lets but they want us to come und alt through the show Chicago l'oat. Wonderful! PL ft Vi III An I w old our son ret tho li k ic' 1 1 id Ho b i he sot Welted In the heed b a Uawc. - - f When Bcrtrnnrl Bell of New Yor Asked Pretty Bettrlco Hoggs of -f t Chilllcotho to Marry Jlitn, Sho Bald: "Well, Perhaps, but You -t- Must Oo to Work rirst" And He Did, and Tlicy Will Bo Mar- f rled In tho Spring -- - PompcIIan Bath for .Boston Society Man. MUUam Armor Oartlner the liachelor brotlier-ln law of the remirk ible Mrs Jatk Oardaer, has outd ne thit In genious woman In the quest for some thing novel He lias built at Oroton a unique palace which he calls Tho Pleas ure Home, lu vv lilt li has been Installed a 1'oiapellan bathing apartment which for gi nutne t xtrdvagancc, txiuipl. t. neas ani convenience surpsseea an thing ot tho suit In existence lu a private house In the I nit. .i ft .tea Ihe bathing basin Is (mated In th. right wing uf Mt nanluora 1 lensun tinnii and the basin prni er 1 llilrtv fin long Hi cut tut wide mil his c alopltig depth or fli.ni live ti, lilm feet 'Hi. apninniut U lliilshid through mt lu mrl.li and III. lhne dusslng rovtns op. n off ihe liutll in, I lot wain Is con tlnuillv pouring In so that Ilu tenner alure la nlua) . ihgrtes Thero ate hot und celd sinner douches C1DAH CANOE 500 YEARS OLD Ihe dm ability of red cedtr Is demon sti uted b dlseovei) of u eedat canoe at liast tlve centuries old In u . lu bulk lu Hkoklt i mint v V usbliigton I) II 1 mils of .-.ediu aiioniiunled b another white mini ami two In. liana wusiiplor Ing the lajd nf t'liaiacle i reek fin miner als One mile fiom the in. null ot the treek the parl came across a spot wheie the fimc of the turieui during the late frtsliet bad vvushed nwi the clay along the stuim Sticking nut from the .hi) bank thev found a well pi esoi veil Indian (anno made out of ,i eedar log and lit uly 10 feet long It luojcttcd fiom the bank about tlftoen feet i:crj thing in Ikales Hint the cunoe ha I been Imbedded lu tho bunk ut It tat IfO ears bne It was fuund u niasa nf tottonvvood tics iintuiies old (in top of these lay a bonk or eaith hetwoen seven an I eltht feet In thltkn. as I'rom this hunk luu grown cotto ivvund Ireis whote rings show them to be mm lhau tvvo centuries old The (mine wna In u state of perfect prtservatlon and plainly shows muiks and stars evidently made with blunt Instruments probably with snne weapons used by warlike aborigi nes of eentuiles ago The cunoe will lie preserved In a museum In Tucomt ur Seattle Snn l'lanelsto Chronlcls. A NOv EL TIRE LSCAPE. Shnul 1 Imgen Ml hulsen nn Omaha letter- mln ml miv. tin I. a of a good man ptople. In th- lutttie It vll be no fault uf his II, has patented a llte-e.dil c that ptomlxns to minimise to a nuiikel digt. lu ilsk Unit one lakes In it(iipliu, a uaim in it hotel nl office building th u h ia no exit exiept to Jump lu uis the pimsage below is ub si nu ted vvlili Ham. s Ills d vIk b a slm.le thing ct up r in to be ill .tin, I It cnnslatH of a m , ii ii I mt , ih t i mains Mei I mica nli h hitch ks f nirned to th urpci ends, to that they cun be ntta h Ihe rioasure Pome Is unlike an thlng tlse In Amerlct mil bids fair to rival In uniqueness the Italian palace of Mrs Jatk Oardner The bull ling was er ited it i co.t of $;V"i Its style of architecture is colonial Massive columns support a broad veianda and fram d.ui ble lesllbulea nn either side VMngs Jut out from the miln building and trim the center rises all ornamental ilotna It Is from this dome that the building takes Its n. um which started as a Joke It was desUnaltd on th architect s skrtcha an rirasure Dome und the name has stu. k Mr Oinlner disclaims nny Intention of creating bid thing like an Oriental i at i.e or even it luxtirtnu resort Th. 11 isuro Home Is tiurely a mat ailjun t t i a bachelors home In the i 1. 1 is a laigi lounging room to he tlllnl ilth e is chnlra and nigs ani deeoi ited with Mr Gardners n(htlnu and spoitlng nophles Hack of tho us neml.li hall n a stago llttod with all the pirapnernalla ux.il In large pUhousi Vn itectrtc kit hen U another fe itur uf the building ' to the window -sill or nn thins In a mom lit low the box containing thi steel tapes are two handles which a rer. I son ginsps un 1 stilt furthei below is a j I. uthti belt Hint pastes around undet I ueutli the Individual und lu wbUh be inn sit llv pleasing- the handles thi sne.d of the mndilne (un be governed oi can be entltcl fctopped a the machine desi ends the slei I tapes unwind riutn the box until the grniiu I Is leadied when the) wind up again b Hie assistance of tvvo springs carilel In the coll box The total weight of ih i scape will not b over six pounds rnd the Inventor expects to havu them ma le mtidt llghtet The True Reason, "Is tt true nsked Ihe Investlrnilnp Gentleman of the Suloonlal, ' th.it. ou put so imp h silt on the fieo lunch lu order to Induce thirst In jour patrons' ' Not mm h said the Suloonlst growing sill linl) communicative, "we put sail on It to preserve It " Ard he jointed out some sandwiches und cheese" that had decorated the tnble fui two seals without losing; theli pris tine beaut) -Hiltlmore American Never Idle. "Yon re tin i Intimating- (hat wo nt in his too much idle uuiloslty, ' she complained Idle curiosity ho repeatel "Idle' Nonsense' It s the most active thlnr about hei -i hb igo l'oat, Uthcl-Wete )ou r much surp' 1 to meet hei ' Bin nth. Surprised' Why, I didn't notice ii hut she hud on! I tell ou" irll the Jingo "the I'nlted hlutes tould lick mi) power In the m oi Id i ' tl II i ili.d th man who hnd been aweutlng tt the (innate. ' wo tan niver be vn ti t hen n by uny lountry." cold cot In nn Insufficiently warnwd foum , . l.verj ehlld should be bathed nt n reg ulat time each dn nnd one balh in the twenty-four hours la ampl) (Utll dent To Infants this Is best given in the morning half-way between the first tvvo feedings nnd In ti room which im a tempetature nf lij degrees or ? ne grees The teinpeinture of the room w n good guide foi the temperature of the bath especially In Infants .... Just btfote tht child Is j Heed In the balh It is bent to thoroughl) wet Its h'aii to preient Its (atthlng told The bath should not last longer thun nve mlnules after which th bod) should i thoroughl) dried and the child then ti irod with a blanket and allowed to go to sleep ' er) cold Inths should never be given to children A hot bath shoul 1 never be given without the tureful use nf an ac male bath theimometcr bath of a teinpeinture of 10) degrees win tatiac itrsplrntlon nnd will often In rest less thlldren be followed b a quiet sleep but It should be med with Kieut caution The I lunging Into sudden heat tends to tlnse the blond vessels on the sulfate uf the body for the moment, Just as i old will do but later they ex land the body heat li given olf and If on lemnlns In the bath exhaustion will tnpldl) follow i:ver child no matter what Its age requites muscular exercise in some form In order tin keep up Its health Nature has wlsel) provided for this In the baby by the frequent motion of the whole bod so nil that Is necessar) Is to un dress n child and Plate It on Ita back In u warm loom, so that It ma move freely ago Hlme then I saw hit mi the alieet ome onl) Khe wouldnt t II me where sin was living but full oe would be Inurrlid mill She wouldnt toll in of the man but I thlnl. he have what you ny thrown her down nn 1 she will surely kill herself He expl lined tenrfull) wh) he knew she would keep her word Onci In Ihe old lounlry wbtti nnothet lowr sailed for Anicilrn did sho not Jump Into the river nnd was she not piled by a brave gendutme who Junued In after her' Mnndn) it ver) pale nnd tiled )oung woman walked Into Hellevue Sho gave the nnme nf I'linnle Htern and her nd dreei ns her biother's house hut her mind wnndered cnnstantl) from one subject to another. The doctors said she wns ctaii und sent hei to the inane wurd. but the) ioul.1 not tell whether hr dlsnppolntmet t or the long night of wnverlng between doubt nnd desire nf dcuth btd made her mad. nor what Instinct llnilly had led hct to the bus pltul New ork hun Itoundlelgh M) dear our club Is soon to have nil tho cumfotts of u home Mrs rinttndelgh Indeed! And when Is oui home to have all the comforts of a ilub? Chicago News, HENRY VIII.'S HAT AND ANNE BOLEYN'S SHOES. Among the mnny trtlcles of historic Interest that will figure in the forth coming exhibition of 'The Monarch of I.ngUnd ' ut the New g tilery few ate likely to attrni t more attention thin the hut of Ilcnr) III and the t-hocs of nne Ilolo)n which luve been lent li) .Mrs Ames nf A)ot, bt Lawrence Herts, The but and shoes are In them selves notable tcll.s but their chief In teiest Ilea In the fait that they ate thi title deeds of the est-ito nf Ayot St Lawrence The) wete given b) Henry VIII tu an atuestor of tho late ( ol Ames In slngulat dicumstanics Tho stoi) goes that when the King w i tid ing through Hertfordshlio with Anne Holeyn und a company of ntlendintu ho passed b) Ajot SI ltwience ani Inquired to whom the place be ' It was lu teallty a toyul pos , nnd this wna explained to Hen by ono of bli toiirtlere (the nncestor en tloned), who added that he wisher" hat the eslato belonged to himself Ins ead And so It shall ' said the King, and the estate wna then and there handed over to the louruer who however, ( raved somo token of Its sui render The King gave his lint nnd made Anne Uni on part with her shoes nnd the three articles hove retmlned ever since In tho possession nf the famll) Another temarknhlo telle at tho New gallery will be the shirt worn by fharlesl nt his exei tttlon while among the man) plumes will be an unlunkin series of portraits of the Kings nn 1 tjuions from the time of lMwui 1 Hi to the riesent day The inniniltteo which la responsible foi the oigmla thin of the exhibition and wnhh la I realded over b) the ruk of i i,n I ridge hat 1 een lery successful in Its upplicntlons foi picture und nthir oh Je. ts of historic Inletesl mil the Monnrchs of Hnglanl i illeetlon piomlses to he exceptional attractive Among the principal mntilbutors nro the Duke of Norfolk the Duke of Iimiu fott the Duke of Devonshire the nuke of Rutland the nuke of Buiber'nnd. the Mfii. nils of Northampton Lotd i;B. sex. Lord Ashbiii nbain I.otd Ancuster Ijitd llr.iinloM Ixii Denbigh I.nul Darnley Lord Peinhrc ke Loid Hndnoi I old Rnmno Lord Spencel. Lord Wnl. degrave Lord Arundd of IVanlom Lord Ilolton I onl do 1 Islo nnd Dud ley, Lonl Itonald (Inner, l.oid Hagot. Lord atix of Huirnvvdeii Lmd Zntn ho the (iirporutlon of Iamdon the univer sities of oxfoul und Oimbildgc tho sodot) of Vntequuiles the deina und duplets of Durham Wlnehesler ani MlnlBiir und Mt I'hnrlt lttitler The oxait dull of the opening of the exhi bition ha tut )el len llxed hut It will pi nimbly be J inttary Sth or 10th -Lon-(Ion Morning l'ost Chicago Manufacturer Here now are tvvo samples One Is nleomargailne ami the otht r la genuine bullet 1 nSt, ,nem nnd 111 me which you think Is ihe real stuff Dtlr) Statesm-in-I v ill not Hi That Is er unfair fhti igo Tilbun. PLENTY Op? 200M1 JMoKrc,01'1 " "v" '".I "Between MakUnd Widm , I think Frank Is coming at last," said Marlon Grant to her ,,,.. they both walked out onto the pna, and sho pointed out a gM approaching the house from the distant railway station. "We win hltl lilm. he ha been so ions nwny ' Tvvo jears In the Transvunl will make some difference,' Wn,w Grant I am ghd he rcmcmbcis us so soon, for tho returning eUM((. only 3u.t arrived nt Halifax, I heir.' Mntlon, one of the fattest maidens In the Onspereaux inlley, biUll smiled as If she too wete hspp) at the thought of seeing her cousin pntk I worth again Ihey had been pla) mates and schoolmates years k,v though she had seen but llllle of him for several years Before In, d(fl . Canadian mlunteer at the bteuklng out of the Iloer war, the menu,, childish lntlmac) had alwas been a plensute. Nor had other and i,w line admirers nt all weakened this Juvellno recollection Hut when she beheld the tall. bioniCd mustached soldier, still , dress Ithakl uniform, leap from the vehicle nnd grasp her fathers hti sirancel), though pleasuntl) einbinnssed. n.i I this Is Mstlon' he exclaimed, holdlnr; both her hand. i b undecided whether to add to his touslnly greeting b kissing her, b entl) thinking better of It At the sudden sight of her. now a oiins "om;n grown somethi,. slralnt ceemed to selie them both, nnd both felt that their old chin niacy wus merge 1 In something deepet, moro co), pet haps, yet even t J.Diiblc though In a dlffeient Ml Aflei that the hours passed swlfll). I rank, now a Lieutenant, t(J Potith Afilcun udv.ntutes and as ).unB girls ate apt to admire anm, tats It H snfe to sn) that the recital did not tessen the hold he a!r(, upon Marlon's fane) After that ho lictnme a frequent ilsltoi at h farmhouse and many were the blight afternoons nnd moonlit even ho and his fair cousin nt on Ihe long pi irzi. chatting rosll) top,tt ' een Ileitis and the apple orchards ot tho nilley, soothing the oM( Ions we-rled by tlu dun barrenness of the African icldt or the no cray of tlio ocean One (H Marlon came out to meet him with nn open letter In hwl Cordelia Is coming, ' she said. ' e are to havo a summer board,,, low Hank farm'' "And who Is Cordelia?" he asked Indifferently. I hope she wontt """'Cotd'elln. Dupre Is an old friend who married, went to Coloraiioi bn(k not long ago, a wl low Iter hiish-md died In the gold fields, I b,t, she seems to bale money nnd li said to be quite gay." "A widow I ' he cxthlmed. ' I ulr fat nnd 10 I suppoke." 'Why. no Hhe Is only two jenrs older thin I" Mnrlon conftn. irars. ' ioti hnd betlei be on vour gtntd, sir,' sho ndded, archly No feat, teplled Trunk, with so ardent n look of open admiral, Mnilnn blushed dellfchtfull) as she suggested Well )ou must b. polite to her nt nil events And frank wns polite, perfunctorll) nt first, but soon with Interest, jottng widow ptoied to be not onl) giy but fascinating. After a time found that her lover wns slipping away from her. Loth to believe was walking one day ilong a shrubber) -bordered line near the cwi not far from her fathers farmhouse, when a murmur of well-knui Martini her , Phu turned modestl) unconscious, nnd enmo upon the two suddtnlf on one knee w.ti placing a ring on the widow's engagement finger E was toward Marlon as ho exclaimed. Mine' Mine nt last!" aiid cl-tsped her In lili arms with a ft abandon that went through Mnrlon Grant llko n knife ummoiiliiR nil her resolution she tume I nnd retreated, feeling & weak At tho tame Instant Cordelia saw her rival, exclaimed her satj pinching I'rnnk, cnused him to turn Just In time to catch a liew of hj vanishing draperies After that there fell a state of mutual reitnlnt upon tho joungp pieseiitl) gievv so burdensome to tho lovel) )oung Widow Dupre than took, her departure for a summer watering plate under tho plea that II! Giant furmhotise wus growing too dull Hut to Marlon It wns evl). she cairled with her ounK Wnndwoith's pledge In marry tho widow lowing Chtlsttnts I'rnnk, too, returned to Ilnllfnx, vvhero he hat business loslUon, an 1 Marlon bore her silent iTlpippolntment bravely I her st its that, bo)ond the illcnt language of the eyes, no wold had bm that would have betrn)ed her real feeling for her cousin Autumn Hped Into winter, ( liristmaa cumo nnd at the wldowitr prepuutlona were alread) complete for the wedding nnd Ihe prosnertiti gioom wns nt hind Did he think nf his cousin lu the tlnspereaux vitr listened to the widow a vivacious and trivial prattle? If so he cart ward sign be)und an unttsutlly sober demeanor that caused him tobtf rallied b) the guests. When the time nrrhed for tho ceremony nnd the minister Inqulft entitle of It If nn nun knew nny rtisnn wh) these tvvo should noti totjcittct a pale, beatded man, entered In haste tailed out "I do It was Mr Dupre, nnt dead ni wus supposed hut lery much i! Jut In from the West, where for several months his life had really t a tlmiil In n rtmoto mining ramp, he being delirious most of the tin The leport of hli death Ind even deceived his wife, who now t rrmk with npi uentl), the sumo onto with which sho look lilm up F self urtir tho lirst shock was over wis surpilsed nt his own semef and he begun to understand Ihe slato of his own heart better when It hla thoughts leverllng to Marlon few weeks liter ho found hlmn If nt tho A(ndltn farmhouse in. tuill) though a little slinmcfnie.il) begging lo be taken back still. Hla cousin, who bid at llrst blushed at sight nf him, felt her ret mett Into pity, he wns so contrite and even humble. Hut when he it that he loved her still, a midden pnllor oversptend her fall featurei I suppose I ought to be scornful nnd C)nlcnl, I'rank," sho replM whnl Is the use? nu any )ou cannot help loving me Do you- means' His eugei penitent enrnest Inne nnd manner w re very convlndci a gienter skeptic than Marlon was disposed to bo would have foundt She placed her Inn In his 'I cannot sa) no,' she whispered, "even If I would." "Would ou If ) ou could d.ureBt?" he persisted. A month after their mnrrtigo she answered him. "I alw i) loved jou Trank from the day when )ou, a lid cf tt' me n, girl of 1! from drowning when I fell Into the river. How conll sny no when you wanted me to say yes" PUZZLE PICTURES. PR 5 cellos- fll IH "VtOcJ.J'''Trt3fl(0 I rrt. 1 Cm You Read Thin Nnme of a Distinguished Torelgneff COUNTRY WITHOUT COWS J-ipan Offers a Splendid Market for American Dairy Produi Kobe Merchant Brings News of llcber J. Grant. A great deal nf Inteiestlng and vain nbl Inforniatlon about the Land of the Itising Sun Is to 1 gleunei from Ihe i ,uv. matlnn of c Crow (her or hohi j i in tt nniini n ,it jll1 yestudi) in explaining the pin pom of his vli.lt to this countiy Mi i i ia. thei said I went to Japan from New Volt i vin tara ugo to reptikuit V, Van "l)ne ,t I'n tho larg at Oiiontnl linl 'IBlllthHVifilll 1 wiuknil fm ilnm r live enis und Hun went Into busluesa fm itDself My tup lapatiiy rn, ,. t'i'i'mia!'..l iier",' "" ,,U"""H I have ,.eeHmf,u,"!fad."ir,0f ",! ''H-rlunl1 -lank In, 'c'"!!;, ',':, IT"""1 ' ttl" .oml,;,.,r.,7,,r!.,,,,:1,r:.",J,,I,", i mum .ui u Ih,' , I t1, ' air,,?;11 nrts'rV" ""!'",n ! i lohr Pirts if tip, eoiinti) nr nnsiiniir, ,,! our export,, .ucharm;it',n,j,;urrU6u3f slll.s. pntrtlnln. baskets. rl' et I am nulns for the IW Hepnrtmtnt of Agriculture Canadian Government In l Amerlinn dairy produc , Hiitter und condensed inli' , of glial tonstimpllon there last year nmoiinted to 7W"" fttl 000 Of this less than i" supplied by tho t'nlted Btal ninliuler coming from the cm , Lilt ope Jnptiti Is nnd '", a tminlry without cows, "' no gntilng lands there. , rntinn splmilnR l ""!, gieat Industry of Jnpt" "V Indiisti) In which inoU-"1 la used " , rr Mr Ctovvther called ,', Sniltb nnd other high cnun" nt the tamest solliliatl"" ,'r, (Iriint, who ho says w ' llkcl In his Hold of inU' 'llui visitor was delighted " . pllallly and Itludiiess n" v wllh tin slnierlty of the "' , tarlea Hn haa accepted to spealt on Japon st ""' hull tomorrow evening.