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Hf ftlillii r rrnE lNTER-rouxTArs- f.at,er ad T?AyciorAX, Tuesday Monyiyo. July 29, 1902.
Bfcl WILL RESIST OFFICERS
H ' !'l If ilf Serious situation Prevailing
V 'It 'I II ' '" '5arts of France'
II Jl? I PE0PLE ARE llp IN ARMS
bIssssssstII Mill I' TrouWe Grows Out of Closing Un-
aHf ' ' f'fl 1 authorized Schools liy the Oovern-
H ?IB (il i ment-Severnl Schools Havo Been
Ht; Ifirtn' Converted Into rortrce, Bnrrl-
j'l 'Ml J cades Being Erected and th In-
U! y "if habitant Forming a Cordon About
B id4 'J I the Surrounding Aroa-Plnoards
H llUi ' 1 ! Aro rosted Uiglnr; Healatance.
ssV '. If V 'I 'rl T-irlii '"' ""- "" sllmtlnn l
KMj ( i J .1 J l no prevailing In ll" CathnPr mm-
LLS'lUe1 3 .! tr: "renin! she n ' " "..ount
BLB n'fl f J! i ' o Hi' rioting rf Ihe unauthorised s noil
HJUiit $ , '1 . )in ir bus tuken up arms un I is d"-
LLH sit 5 (t oi t uliB'i "' riHifl nnv nttentpt at the
LLH Cllli' ) I f i IM ex. cull-.ll nf the orders of III.)
LLH mV S 'i ll I mlrr
i,, ' r! " An lncM.nl nt nalnte-Mecn, eighteen
iVjIi ' I miles from Ihcst "hows the aplrlt of ilio
fi'Y ' , r ' nln Tun new simper m-n fum
1"'(iA " ' j-, t drove tlicte In un Hlllomolnlo t. in-
ijl'l r. v .tlg-U, Ihe ,ll.,ll.n .1 Ihe SI'W
J't.l n r uonl li.iircillai.ly iftr llioj hail en-
, J! H tlUe I. il the (oniniunli a ly nn led M-
sssssj.' (lSv '1 'fi M, un,l.-owds )f iisnnlsmiinii.il I
LH - ,H!, " the mils aim.. I Willi pitchfork in I In.ii
JU J,1' lniii.lslk.l.i- shouting Long III. the Wi-
fll I in, ions me liberie' uni or tin le-
BLH!? V ' .1 r Tiers ns dragged frem the sul, mobile
11 t "" ' .,.,.1 ik. r,.n.,,r l..nl him with III lr pllcll.
rjl' !H "I fl, n.i Ml.k,
BaaW'llr I Th n. vepnier men explained In the
BLaWAlV 1! f ! "I Ircmn illali pi that Iho hail nl mine
LLHIfeQV I "n ".ant, of Infnuiinll.Hi Hill 111. crowd
HM', '' r i ismi to llsi.ii to th.ni nn.l iho report-
YlJiHi lt.1 f - 1 i.l lo kr. p lli.m at l.iy Willi Hi H w-
iiF Kf i' li iglun 11,,, su.e,.di I In giliilng th.lr
''l' " , oinohll ml .ho ..IT al full -I". l
B.U.I Ll i., w..lbi . si.. -I -
'i .1 I, s. h i II il.nl ih. "ine
.M ,, ., , . li iKhhorlu. , I i ,. . ii.r'id Into i
SMf) Ji4l( f' t ur.s I... i I,. " "y, J",," ,'!',', "il;
B'ii'- M Ti ! ' Ki" ,1-n',',",,'" ' " "ij "", "',iii, ,n I
iL'iitn SlJ ' llacar.li hi li mi i sml i the ,0-
VMl 4S8f nh-s urBlnt i.i-l til f Ihe olke he
P IJfV ioiuliiil.il , I . i.l r un Itteli.- mils
flik'iiS ! iii'm lir si i 1 nlus to u..l
'i 1 till ll" rinool ii I . i ml uin. n sit on III.'
lifi'llSf ln.hM..n 'I Ii . in- klillllni' nlille
sifv?SV " llinie h. "i v f Ih. a-enslHrm.s
K.'.'Ii 5 8s Th ' n ll . ll I nlldftflap tin
Hl J iTl 3 H3v llrtorloh yh i ntln-r i an alnn.lnn Ihe
S.ili4ri Hisi.rs ih I . i i ilm of ihr Ian-
H'lij ll 1 2M ilcrmnnn iit.il Ml i true Dreiuiw,
HlliP 'If! and "oil,. V '' ."V .."are K,u!"llnRn.,i,V
!f I li! )' " lin.il nlillit in' la hu. (Ufli us n
li !' t l& "l'li"Ki."!'."ii'tl'"1 f U...enrf Is rmarilhiR
HKVi'if & , the sehr.il l ullii-lhl rienlln. Is ire
Ut':V'ii I ,1. 'lint. T" r Is nd men ire sleiidriK
H l' M M Z1 on the iti ml In III. n. Ilfllli.irhoo.1 In
H i ( H'fl ..r.Ur lo 1 ' li ih. (lrrt nliiin
H , Ni4 ll ' BOVI.I N ll.' I IB IiU.NOl'M HP
iS1; II'iK Cmili, Mh. it I Mull Ihe Clerloil Itn.lir
MlfJ'tfk'i In ih ( h. i i rt Ivpu les Is sluinplim
HlIlM .uf I f nr c" '" ''" "nelim Ihe neilon o th.
ri )K 1 4 ,i i U" "m "t "' rgliiB romance V
H , Oh i i i in.. M-cn r. nilnlseint of rlnrmler.
O Rlfr5 , sn.hlei l s in r nnei oeeurred nt Ihe
m H I li U" ii "" hira- delejulon of ..
H (tl , r II '!i n In ' illnn the les of sewal lnm-
H ' ! L:) lurs of th- (lumber of Deputies I issem-
M A f,ii i ' I '"" ' ''" pali.e to .mI.ior p. rsonilly
H L iti , .' t hull Mu.lnin. 1 outlet to ipp.nl lo
H .( i !l f U I't' h -.1) nd to stop the s. ho. I pros, c i-
H ' 1 - tl ,. 1. ilt Mm- 1 1 uli-t sent mil nord I.. Hum
lli V lis (ion I. ill. .la head of the l-r.-sl l.-nl s
,l (.jij,1 mllltar linus. hold that It ns In-pnssl-
H ( F , M'l! . le for her to re. .-lie a deputation upon u
H iff 1 tBit J siilijrrt hhh visa sol. U nllhln Ihe
H nl ill ' "'-" ot tin ve.uii
H 1 It, J 'M 1 The lfr of I)epul llfllle nn.le n lilent
H . 14 .' 1 piotest led Kim l.ouhet shesil.l.
H iLll J mat Ihe l.loo.l of nonin lll How If
H H '4CV; U . muisur.s or. nit taken in stop the tr.ut-
H r n' . 1 1 iff in nt if th. Slsieis We ulll nddri n
1 J :V 11 letter to th. IT. Hid. nt In w.ileh . will
1 11 'I ill eletlare eei, on the on .sors The o-
H ( Iff i ''-'J men of I rnn.e lue dieldid mil lo suff.r
H l te ui, if In (.llenee
H M IR Dl VI I.Ol'll IM'O I'AlU'i:
M I, I I l Mi rh. r. ten. to the oflhlal d. erees
H l i j i frnn .h. uli I l ihtttopinn Into n
HI ( i j f r. I'l (I. vrr. lie I.l iilmvvs the sl-..is
B w A A I In tne Itu Mil. v to nuialn Snnse
H ,i 'ii an nri-lniic. au.t u home f.n the .n.e.1 ..re
B a. I nt'idie.i t i'i.Ii - h ol in. ihe i th r
a ll t ( I h ' Ih si l i- .1 in.., her street lm
B V. li i' m re nidtl..l In .heir mother supTlnr in
H 'X 1 ( 1. i. u. . 11 .erui,,l lr.,111 riniiileluir n
H '1 I n find of (tll .uilumlnlswh.i surrounded
H !k I th m 11,1 I I'm them up In III. seh.-ol
H frli 1 , n '" " Ih pil.e are IioIIIiik oft from
H lit 1 IJJ ii mi U.liR tl-ni In f.ne
H II ' I 1 1'ie rl'u Un In Ihe irc.vllurs Is inoie
Hl hK lU .1 P' " le.e.rius...iiiliilnu peilllon. 1 .r
Hli' I. H 1 l'i 'I'l ii 1 o il. t from ill iiiari.isnid 1
B f f3 t a i l krn"' '1 "I ll 1 "" i'1"' "ullook In
H iJl'fj j " i Sil.r I f th. lUKlll.oillIK Ioaiih Is sell.
H ' 1' Hi i 2 us Opimeltlmi lo th. iiiiIioiIIUh .f-
.'l j 1 fend Ian 11 a ualtl.s hiuo lawn 1. porl-
H ?'IJiti,lJSilj $ ' I At I'ns lh re was un .llslmhin. .s
H 'ff'JVWMllf 1 1"he s.hoili. ihtr. hav. he-en ,w,. and
1 ffSltllji'l '" ll" """'"'
H JJi fSiflirli I M1 nisii'iiiiNci: in paui.s
H rVlWl'i, , 3 The sen(iii; iif niflelnl nolle, e . loslim
H I tafrllK i th' unauthii U, 1 rollHni. srhnols Iiskiiii
H t J-l 'I 1 -t'I'I'S inifilllnt.. and veas enril.d out
( I'nll J-j It so far 114 l'arls ;i. eniireimd ullhout
Hl t)DM M 1 ' 4 mi) iltstiirlmii. e
UR Tit,.' At Maminix Pepirtment of Dunoid
1 it! j 3 Bl I ( th. expiilelnil of the slsl. rs led to 11 riot
H h'-fti 4 " . In nhlrl '"" lif' ere j.re.i.,1
1 ,7J f j J 1 Ihe cnnimlssurj and ten rlol. rs er
H t:: t 'j' , ABOLITION OF CHILD LABOR.
M lj I jf American rtder.itlon Will Support
H i ' Any LoRlsle.tlor. Having Tl.U
B , '1. j 1 I Object In View.
I 'I Pin TrnMelreo Jiih M -The exeeitlee
M j , 1 r mill of the Amorliiin Ke.hrillon of l.a-
H ) .. ' la r In gftHlon h 11 lias idopti 1 11 resoiu-
H 11 I I. II hi suppinlni; ine 1, 1 slatlon linvliiR for
M ,. 'A lis purpose the aholltlo.i of child n)l 111
1 . . I j Kl les where ui h law. do not no enlst
M 1' An oh r i.e. ml in dei 1 irea the Intention
H 1 If, 4 I J of the . n n 11 to pra the anactment of
H f i ; 'I ' tt nh. Ms'iniR prison labor wherner It
H f .1 1 ro nes hit ei mi.tltlon ullh free labor
M . t. '" the 11 nt., .r ihi ropiest of the In.
H 11 rnniloi, ii sn In Ion of Muhlnlsta the
M 'i Hiollf rh . I f III iek,rilths and the l'ut-
H tern elal , 1 rh. f r the revocation of
J , the hirir if th. Amalrsiiiated Hnelete
HJ I, m tnin. .rH the e, iincil derl.l.il 10 no-
H 1 1 f .v ihe lili.i h i.l) thit unless h) Oolo-
f , 1 ler 1st 11 1 irel.s fill ir.nle jurWllillon
1 , ,1 ' L' !" 'ho ieinl'll ns numul In the m ,1
B 1, 4 , . 4 ur ot ,r "Ispu'es si, li as iuei. is., of
? tlil-il' ' M'lK.es u . ii.ie.l lelmiions 01 .haniiis
ti4;,k t; U"'l. "VoKed" or rul " tl'",'r
H!1 ''i Tho up, hi nioii for the reinestlon of the
B 'U1 4 charter . f the .Nallonul I'nlon of Hreieeiy
M ,'j l'i WnrKin.n ns lild nier for further con.
H I ' 1 1 slilerutlnn
H , ft M ." ' 'Iho .ounrll d Mr-1 tn Inslru. I its rep-
')!' , IV resentatlvie I, I'nrto Him us iMllns Ihnse
H .1' iJ In this eonniM to ,1, nil In Hi. I, nnuir
B VJ 1( J '" "sum ih. labor movennni hi Von .
i J I ; ltl. obi ,ns th. oppn.iiionwlihiih.hu
li 1 li Is me i Inn .( . m ij mm
!H i; ll , , ' Ih 1'IM I' Him of Hi, soil lure of In-
H I Ir I I,1 am m .- . 11 . units f r a .linin v. , k
H 1 I ll.. ?le 'Jhe luilkiKl.ni of me ur.l r 01
H I IK I ' riallmiy CI rks rir 0 charter w s urn,,,
' ' . ft Imounlv nt nieil
I I l-l Hi. iHBihiiinii was adopted riming ihr.
1 ' 1 mujorlu rule ns belm, llie best in. ma fr
' ' 1 Ih. hitrndiietion of the Initial, e ind iet.
, i ricndum Into national nltilrs
ut , 1 A esolution was also 11 looted uri li a
ifi ' H Ihe, o-.ilnirin of 1. dorado .1 ,1 1 1 ,
I, J il th. Ir power ti hale the la-uisiitur if
tl tint Mat lass nivernl ununtlin. nts n
. ' 1 81 the Slate Consiltutlon he whl h lln e ui,
HJ J11 of labor will be muteilalb Hd.amuil
HE wk DEADLOCK UNBROKEN.
Hj i j . '! Six Thousand and Seventy-One Bal-
H r ' '5v' lots Taken in Convention.
H'i. ,, j1 1 ! Sf f nillas Tx July srS--lh Democratic
r tf '. f Co' Krasblonol convention for Iho Twelfth
Hr 3 S.1 i '" ,r,,t tn session at Dublin, took an ad-
i.'l f! II 1 1 irnme, it last nluht to iniet 01 Cleburne
Ml ' r J hi tmti.r4ih mv Hi is ird and v nle
1 1 'lift 1 I '"o hali-da were tak n without atlfctlon
TORN TO PIECES BY DOGS.
rormer Brooklyn Woman Horribly
Mutilated by Great Danes
Paris lulv 2"i !me Kdmund Semrls
who lefore her marring a year nRi w is
Miss Louise r.utherford of Brnoklen lin
leen set upon by two lunger madden 1
Cll-eat Dane iIors which had lieen se, 1 1
lo Runrd her country house at Ann
lake ami so lerrlhlv Injured that she ill. 1
two hours ifler the accident
M Sempla Is a (imminent huslnsfs min
In I'arls Ills home Is al Anneev lake li
lated rotlowlnRn iscent Rttetnpl h bur
Rlnrs tn enttr the place, he purchased tw
powerful Oreil Dims an guards 'Ih
rtnirs penved so fsrotlous that th v wer.
.onllni-d In ar Irn, Ine Insure durlriR Ih;
dn lime for the -wrote of the Iiimlh M
Bempls was 11.Ms.il tn starve them si
wh.n food wns rlv. n to th- m thev wool I
n-mtmh.r kind!' th'lr henefoi tors sti
th had nothhR to .at for lw dns
Mmc Semi Is dhl not no nmin her
husband and their (rm.ts wl-o atneiril for
a ilrle Rhe tiotl. d th. dogs while sli.
was wnlklnR In the i ird knowlnjj that
thee had b. ill without rood detirmlrid tn
f..dthe-m aslh.e wire appal, nlle fiulel
Hlie ordered Ihe 100k 10 pppure a twiwl
of meat and .-irrled It tn the kanncl, the
womin ac ompanelng h. 1
The ln-tint Mm.- Sompla iwlcred the
In n Inclosun Ihi Oreal Hanrs ' aped tip
on hit ilk liumiiv Huers Thee bore her
Hi th. ground mil as she vuli li smiRht
to defend herself their In in ink In her
arms and b.il Her sirucif n purenily
inud.lini.1 -h- nnlmals Hi. mm
The . hi iiniaii and .00k In inl the
s. i.rms of Mm, Sempls Mm. Sempls
li Kire.! ihe man In snee her lie ran In
the stubli fir a nltehroik la 11 he re.
tuned Ih. fir. nt Dunes had fenrfulll lorn
Ihe c. i.lunin foiiqht Ihe hru is Into a
lorner mid ki pi Hum tin rr until Iho conk
siiurnnne-l li'lKhlmr-i nn.l carried Mine
1,-mpli in 111 Iho Iml .sure In n dvll.B con-
A -"ew minutes nfler M ft. inpls and his
Mrsis rfiirmd sin Kiiccimil e.i in her In
lillles nllir 1 . IihiirIhr 11 fiw wolds Willi
In 1 Ii list uinl who Is nearly erased by the
DR. WILSON'S CASE.
Nlcnrngitnii Government Has Post
poned I'lnnl Jlensurc.
U irhim-'oii lull . taiini limn Ihe
Shall urn Ml-.l.ler I. i.l 11 mroi ii.d At
lllk ." ntir ol Suite mil iliin his Hoi.
eiiimeiit I - ,1. iptt.l th. Mn 1st -rs i.e. 1
on.iiHli'l mo 1 Hlll. to Ihe pntp., no
un III nt niiv 1 mil mensur s In th. 1 -isei
or Hr 1-iss. II Hllson the Ami 'I un cap.
third with a l.llbiisterlnK part- ue 11 lllj.
Ih Ids until all of tin- tlxhls thill he has
iindel ,h law hii. Ik 11 Invoked
I uriliriMiiin . Pr-sld. ut .lain showed
Hi. ...11P I un he 1,11 In his illulstir lien- I
l In.lleitliiR his purpiiue to li Im.uiiiI In
the limn .llsBililnn of Wilsons mv by I
the Mlnlal. r's reiomm. nihillon I
As -Vutilnr llnniui lias leuns. nt'd that
Mils mi was In 1'hh iK" In On In wne or .
tnulioiertltiR 'he su.i.m.ni ihul h. was I
enRimed In ,1 form. , r. oliitton In S'li a
raiiR in S'nor una has explnlnril 1.1 the
Rlnle deiiarlliieut Hi it ih r. ... utlon r
r.irel 10 was In Hi -a.. .In eir H h
nn.l Mlson s im llrlpillon Hi. r In was 11 1, -soliu.le
MARCHING ON REnELS.
President of Venezuela In landing
WisHnismn Juli M Ihe Na depig
ment Ins reeili.d the rollowliT . lble
Rrnni riom rouininn.ler MrLenn of iho
Cincinnati the sudor Anierlenn nainl nf
tleer In Veil. 2111 Ian waters, dated In
' The I'risldent of Veneruela al rived to.
die with Hhk on Keslouruilor It wis sa
I11l.1l In all Ihi foirluu mill or tun 011,1 In
bilulere ashnii He has 1 in,, tiled in
l-iiiains. , 11, i.111 la with troops In rail
Inn nds to match on reiolutl in try rorco
rrnin riKUl 'Irallis haee been inur
rui led thl iiioruliiR he reeolulbikilsls
Ihiv wi-ie ilrlicn Ml) by .neznehiii
soltlltrs The 1nez111l1t1 Ooicriiiucnt
hnlils S nlenci 1 "
WAR IN HAITI.
It Hno rormnlly lleen Declared
Washington lull 2il Tumullnus coiull.
lions i.iiitluiio In Ilalll niennllnK In ad
el.is l.c.liid lodii 111 the Sine dipnil
inenl from Minister Pow.ll who Is In Port
au I'rlc.i II. inhl.a that war has I e, n
Id, Iiiii-iI throuahoiit the i-ounti uml that
(!n I'liinln an nsplrnnt for the I'r.sl
ilen.j. Is iiiurihlim mi pint au Prince
I he pusent lliiernm. nt has dlssolird
The aclliiR President has sent a c immii.
nliMleir to the illplomatlc eoriis d-ilar
lux Hint liullal lellllik la 11 plrnte and
.sklliR thai lie iinlul etssels of r.irelsn
..uinlrl.H 1 11.I1111 him wh. r.ier r.i in.l
Ihe pre. en. his hIiow Hi, I the mini
P..11. is Inn. d 11 .1 in p 11 no aitinilou
to uni such pro. 1 nun Inn but lo nmii.l
i ,1 In Mlll.ks loelllin asslnuil) relela
KILLED HER BABIES.
Utooklyn Woman Strangles Her Lit
New Yoik Jul) A-lllilnrd Monde n
lilfchliuitehmin on returnliiR tn his home
111 llrookiMi tvlaj foii-id Ills two daiiRh
teis tin il.l.r years of ng ,ei,l from
sirantrui-iiion 1 iuse.1 b twine nhtly tie,!
.limine! then thi mis A ihlid child, a
mue babe wis 111,1. nsil-.ua Irom the
nmin run' nun hi- wit- lay In 1, com,,
lose condition on ll . Itoor arinnrentle s v
ferliiR fioui uhn'iollsm e-ond llud w-lui
poison i-he 11 tin. l dill I was sllll allie
mid was Minni ,1 10 a 1, .splint win, the.
mother Th, lube s Injuria a aie luobnlili
falal, as ihe end hid cut ,loep lulu Ha
STRUCK BY LIGHTNING.
Powder-Houao Coutnlntng Quantity
of JSsplnsives Deetroyed.
WnshliiRloii Juli --rinrliiK a seeero
elo, tilcnl stnim which swt pi nown the
l'r. vnic rleir Ihiusdaj llnhtn'iiK stiuck
urn of ihi sm.il' ...inlir houws at Hu In
linn Head 1 riiinK ground and burned up
dim poti li id am k-hes powder
ileal-Admiral O .Nelll chief uf the nneal
ordiiame hur.au , t ilea Hull In has Pol
r. c-li.il an mn hi I , pun on ih. matier
but prime mill, s ue in the effect Hint
HO elniui wile Inured bl III ueeldenl.
Hie iluniiif, beli k . 1 Mneil lo a u w l.rok
en un.l luliiil wb.i.s In .1 mm1) nftlee
DUE TO CARELESSNESS.
Miners W king Willi Opon lamps
Johnstown, l'n Jul .'. n. rore Iho
roiomra Jiirj loduj I'hnimce B lloH
Rue the theory r. ached bv all th inliui
Insprtlnra who in ids un 1 xamlii iHnn as
in the cause of the explosion In ihe Cam
hrla mine on July K'lh He said the gas
win Ixnltr.l bj in. 11 working with opm
lumps In ilol.it I. in of the Hliln mining
law He was poslllic the cas, was us
III,, I ti) a blast Mr Itoaa faiornl a law
in o.ilelli k the use of open lumps In any
pail uf u mine wher teas was found
N LIGHT ON A MYS1ERX.
Discovery nt llncliio ntgnrdltiB Ely
Baeliie, Wis JltlSb A dlsmeere
which inn) ilimw snme light upon the
1 ,t of Miss Dior, nee niy and her nephew,
Piatik llogeis who dlsappiaiid mvstirl
aisle from the limn' of hei mr. nts 1,1
Uiaiision Inst uni has hen made lure
I Plus of tardluaril whinh was found
in or ihr rive- there br.ro tho following
Oetnher 10 1001 Ma and l'n -Meet us
in hiRieu We in going to com ml I sul.
ili-.MIss r lor. me. T.ly and riank Iiog.
Miss Fl) ind b 1 nephew wen trued
lo I'uim wh 11 11 1 l irpeil 1 a hotel
III li. ll fi m Hi - jo 1 no
ftirihn i.i e of in . ould be rund
AT TIEE REHEAKBAL.
Lending MnnAl last wo meet fare tn face' Draw, air, draw'
Comedi-in (thinking of pokcr)-Not on your life. 1 in going to ilind pat
In the post flee enrs the wheat
ncre ige has been doubled In Kansas.
Okluhom 1 and Nebraska With tho
Iiiciciis' In yield, Ihiro Is n. demand
oeerj siirninci for extra help In tho
h trust seai-nn rarmera who own Ihe
land ni can secuie n lease, sow from
two in flee bundled acres Tho farmer
Willi or.- Idled man, tout Rood horsea'
and u gang plough and drill can do
this, but to haieest the nop requires
see en limn ten he id of hoi sea, nnd an
extra woman In tho kitchen to assist
Importing labor Into the eeheat belt
during the period nt hareesllng hfi
laiise-J a new and serious pioblem lo
Hie grower that of outlining the extra.
wmkciH nt the light time nnd at renson
TIi.r s the en f lirge when fields
In Hie pnli e .t There lire many
plai ea in Kunsis win re one can stand
tiitin n ltnoll mid cunt ftom eleeen
to tlfleen iiuiiitei se.tlons In one Held.
Tim Inn Ktc rn emploM 1 by one man
oft. n niiniliii a bundled or more Tho
labor pi-uhl m or a loniniiinlt) gleen
niei ilmoit cm liisle,l to wheat-raising
Is mad-- ir 11 .uni lie it'll fiom the
root thit few K imi 1 limit s from the
towns nun go to wmk.ln the harvest
I I Ids b1111.lunt nops IrtTiise the towns
III well ns th" countiy with prosperity
and hurtling life 'Hi. low lis boom whlla
the fuuneis ate f.n.herlng in their
irops and there is de,u in I for eeery
Idle tounsmtiti s few fitmeiB em
l In) more- tlinn tlire helfeis the ear
ihroughnit 11 siipi le n ust be Impoitod
Irom outsfil. ih, 1 it, K ms-is boasts
of being the onl inmmunU) where n.
small niinv of Inriest hands' are im
poilel 'innlialle to the satisfaction of
both the runnel and the laborer In
deed the plan Is 'pilte 1 ue to the Sun
flower Mate -I.. 1 lew of Heelews.
Tho I'ather of Arizona,
One of the notable men of the West
died In Plioenix. Ariz tho oilier d-iy -die
il in squalor and alone after a ct
leer that liad had the oirtli within Its
lauge- and after honois in number raie
I) lieninned upon a single man Chirlea
I) I'oston, (lioneei, tr.teelcr, poet, nu
lluir, dliiioiiiiit, bnnthe-d his list upon
tlio caution floor of an adobe-built hut
wlieriln he liiitl m ide Ida home during
the hitter yeirs of his life. He hied
nearly .ittalnd his eightieth annleer
s,ir Tor twenty jcars his life had
been n solitarj one, thoiiRfi his bent
Ilia support fur sceeral ears hid
been from n pension of J35 a month,
conferred upon him h tho Legislature
of Arizona he being the only henell
(lir of thit nature The last Ljglsla
Itiie saw tit lo tiiumernte the riaaons
for the bestoiinl of Its bounty The
net lecltes "( lull les D I'oston Jnlul
nr). l,m prospectnl Hie AJo mines, in
wh it Is now Plmli 1 utility, Arizona, and
In the snme eir organized 011 said
mines the lirst mining company to In
lest capital and to do development
work on mines In what Is now- Arizona
nricr Its tiansfer to the 1'nlted States
under the (ladsden pun base, and wns,
from ISCr. to 1-.01 deputs clerk and lte-e-oider
of Dunn Ana count), that then
embraced all Arizona and In 1S1J gave
Ailxima her name and nbtnlned Presi
dent I.tiuiiln's slgmiture to Hie net that,
together with the then delegit'- to Con
giess fiom New Mexico he had drawn
uml nbtnlned Congressional enactment
Unroof cu-itliig Hie Teirltory of Arl
zoiu and In Ivul was elected tho first
ilcleK.ite to Congress fiom Arizona, nnd,
finiii 1m7 tn ln. was register of tho
Hulled htntes land nillrc ot Arizom,
and from the 11 bine nnd many other
well-known facts, Clnrles D I'oston,
inning all utlur pioneers, was pre-eminently
the moving spirit, nnd In fact,
ma) truly he tnld to be the ratlfcr of
The Cam ol the Nails.
A joung woman who has been liilng
in Pin Is for n 51111 sa)s that no Trench
manicure who treated her hands used
11 entitle- knife about iur n,,na or n
steel null-i leaner Ihe little nr-inge-wood
sticks sharpened to a brn-id int
vine used to push back the encroach
ing eutlcle and to eleon the nulls nf.
tei inch washing of the hands In this
wa the li lie He eiiumel of the nail
Is not Injured ami the under surface
of the nail point Is kept smooth. Tho
Trench maiilcuies too polish 11101 e
often wllh a lilt of chamois rather than
a regular polisher and cut the nulls
with u clipper Inste id of cutved siis
101s These Uppers ecime m pans,
niie, for culling the nulls of each li ind
lhner) lionnl or a veil el tile l rec
ommended for the little Illlng needed tn
shun the nails Neeer eut the cuticle
a 1 omul trn nail, hut piess hack llght
I) with Ihe iirange-wood stlik Dali)
lirlef tare wlien the nnll hi soft riom
the uer- of soup and water Is all that
Is needed to keep Hie hands in KOol
condition with n weekly manicuring
Tse lemon Julie Instead of any other
uclil tn loniuee 1,1 ilns Harpers Ha-xni.
Ornaments Devised Prom Shells of
Tlicre seems to be no connection be
tween statesmanship and fashions, at
lenst nt first sight As a matter of
fact, nearly every move In the worlds
diplomacy Is accompanied b) noeeltles
nnd changes in woman s attire. The
entente between Trnnie nnd Rustla
reiolutlonlzed modes and replaced the
coisnge with the llusslnn blouse Our
growing Intercourse with Nicaragua
has brought Into the market some of
the odd bcttle Jewelrj for which thit
country is famous.
Not alone Nicaragua hut all of the
Central American republic are wonder
fully rich In Insect life Until butler
Hies and beetles are marked by the
most magnllhent colorings known to
entomology The nborlglnes utllis-ed
many of the beetles for decorative pur
poses, and their Spinlsh cotuuerors
adopted the beautiful ornaments The
favorite beetles the wrltet has found
to be of three classes One Is about
the same shape and size as the Ug)p
tlan,scarab, though a nine flatter and
verj'tnuch stronger. It Is coated with
a green enamel of metallic luster,
which looks like a gem from some other
planet. The Indians cure the beetle by
dr)lng nnd smoking, nnd mount It with
gnldin legs. This Is set upon a disk
uf white stone, cornelian milk quartz,
or even porcelain, which In turn, la
rimmed with gold This is employed an
n brooch, cuff button or breastpin.
Sometimes the beetle Is mounted upon
a thin plate of gold or silver, and is
used us an enrrinr
The second class of beetles ore of the
same general outline ns the tumble
bug but their wing eases are of rich,
changeable purple blue and green, with
metallic luster The tint Mules with
the nngle at which light strikes tho
surface. They are not as strong as tho
scarab, and are emplo)ed for making
necklaces nnd bracelets Three or four
aro fastened together so as tn form a
bend, nnd 0 number of these heads ore
strung upon elastic cord or gold wire.
When around n, snowy wrist or neck
they make a wonderfully striking dls
play of color and light. New York
The Man Grew Longer.
If the truth ever gets out about the
resignation of T. Holllngsworth An
drews from the police department. It
will probably be found that his con
stant refusal to pass applicants for the
force who were even an eighth of an
Inch under the regulation height hnd
much to do with It Very often appli
cants iflth good political backing wete
sent to the police surgeon for examinn
Hon who were quite one-quarter of nn
Inch below the required height. He nl
ways "turned them down." no matter
wliu recommended them. Tor this rea
son he wns net popular with the ad
ministration men, who were unable to
disassociate politics from police
Not long ago a man was sent to Sur
geon Andrews with a very strong back
ing, who wni Just a shndo below the
required height Ilejias a promising
fellow and very anxious to get 011 tho
force Hut he was below tho standard
height. Ihe surgion pondered a mo
ment You go straight home" he s-ild to
the mm, "nnd sta In bed for three
dais Don't gi t up nnd walk about the
house, but stay In bed ns I tell jou
You'll stretch A man gnlns height In
bed that lie loses by walking about all
day When )ou get out of bed come
sttalght to me 'lhen sou'Il pass all
The applicant obeyed orders, nnd ho
now wears a uniform Philadelphia
Pesietsed Wllh Devils.
A strango stor) Is reported from nodes
respecting n nun nt the orphannec of
lllizes near Uilssae. who belfeees herself
possessed wltli dulls It would oprear
Hint blsler Hnlnt-Tleiiret, ns tho nun Is
culled, has been In a similar condition for
Pi 1 past ten enrs nnd that her hesterlcal
seizures aro terrlhls 10 witness. Her cries
can be heard from the coiuent She mates
that during these attacks ths devil bites
nnd burns her hod; nnd that tier cries are
criis of pain She cannot sttppott the
piisence of an) religious hook or picture,
uml when she sei either sho is seized
with n fearful lit of madness strange to
rcnie tho sister mn reel when un)one
Is nliout tobrlne n sicrcl book or imngo
into her room, nnd hernro the person his
time to enter she rui-hes for tho door In
order to dislioi th"m Sevenl specialists
haee visited 81-it Saint-Pleuri i nn.l
made an exhaustive Inquiry and their
minion Is that It Is a case of auto.siiK.
Restlon but lo 11 digrie rarely met with
In fact, when Ihu mm heiieeea herself
bitten or burned hv devils, the nnrks of
hur 1 and the Imprints of teeth oppenr In
her flesh so strong Is the power of auto
suggestion In her ,nse Of course num.
suggestion In lls.ir Is nothing new The
late Dr Chariots experiments nn thn
women 0; the r,ulpelrlere led to many Im.
port-int illscoverl.s In that direction nnd
Ml helot also ili-all with tho question In
connection wllh rellshum communities
Apparently Hlsl.r Pulnl Pleuret Is n h,s
terira, suiiltct nuffi ring from religious
mania Paris Messenger.
JUDOE WAS WISE.
Hi ;M,i.r- '
Mrs Jud,e Knoll (J n m ) Wnke up, Judge' Wnko up' Theie's a bur
rl.ir In the house
Jt.dhe Knoll (sleepily) Cant help that Cnutt has ndjourt'il.
One Oversees Harvesting in an Auto
mobile. Tales of sudden wealth are quite
common In the famous Kansas and
Oklahoma wheat belt, line houres, mod
ern in every appointment, are the rule,
rubber-tired buggies and automobiles
are nothing to attract attention,
in certain communities even, the farm
er has grown metropolitan to the ex-(
tent of building nn opera house on a
school lot and securing some of the
best attractions In the theatrical line,
it was not until the present winter
that Wichita could ufford a guarantee
for certain notable singers Among those
ocrupjlng front seats were well known
wheat growers Turmers' daughtets
and farmers' sons form n goodly part
of the Kansas society element, while
piano salesmen look to them for their
quick deuls It is nothing uncommon
for a farmer to come to town and buy
two or three rubbcr-tlred buggies, or
een place an oidor for an automobile.
II D W Illilne a rich farmer of Pratt
countv superintends all his harvesting
In nn automobile Many others are
One of the richest farmers In the
Kansas wheat belt Is John T Stewart,
who came to the Stole five sears ago.
He borrowed IM from a friend, rented
n qunrter section of land In Sumner
count) nnd began work. Toduy he Is
worth J2 wo 000 and his income from
whent In 101 wns C4 000 lie Is known
ns the wheat king of Knnsas There
are twent-three millionalics In Kan
sns. fifteen of whom are farmers living
on forms and running them ns nn In
vestment Tcrlnps they have not all
of their fortune Invested In land, but
n goodl) portion of It Is. Solomon Bes
le of Wellington placed 411,000 In
wheat land last )enr nnd Ins realized
SO per cent on his Investment, or ten
times as much as he receives from
money loaned in llllnols-W. It Draper
Wonderful Feats of the Trained Seals
in Ilingling's Shows.
Something very unusuil In the line
of trained animal dlspli)s will be of
fered the Salt Lake public when Ulng
llng Diothcrs' big clccua exhibits here,
August 6th Highly trained anlmils
aro nlways interesting but when so-lalU-d
dumb luutes ire taught to ex
ercise seeming human Intelligence Ihls
Inteiest is accentuated a hundredfold.
The training of animals Is not a new
profession The Intelligence of the ele
phant was recognized centutlesngo and
the war elephants of ancient Persia
are credited with having nt times ex
hibited an intelligence In buttle great
er than their masters Trained lions
nnd tigers were not unknown to the
nnclents, nnd there Is soinew here a
record of remnikable feats being per
formed nt the barbaric court of a Cen
tral African potentate by a herd of
giraffes It is doubtful, however,
whether the trainers nf the eaily cen
turies had nn) thing like the success
with the brute creation that has been
achieved by modern animal men. The
Juggling sen! act with Hlngllng llroth
era circus, Judging fiom what has been
said of It in other cities would cer
tainly have created astonishment nnd
wonder in Dab) Ion or the more reient
Circus Mnxlmus These seals are n
Paris importation although their won
derfull) successful tiainer, Capt Webb
1, nn Vmerlnun Cipt We lib is cred
ited with being the oifglnator of the
seal net and for many vears his re
maskable troupe of nnlmal actors has
been one of the leading features of the
Huropenn circuses These seuls are
declared to perform practically every
Juggling trick that nny human artist
can ncccmpllrh balancing nnd catch
ing hatons, tossing bills In the air and
skillfull) catching them, handling fire
arms, and performing many similar
feats, besides playing upon muslrn' in
struments and singing In a style pe
culiar to themelves Prof Wood's dog
nnd pon) circus Is nlso one of Hie nov
elties of this department of the show
There aro numerous other trained ani
mal features, among which Herr Sou
dor's herd of comedy elephants from
llertln are spoken of In terms of spe
cial eonunendntlon There are now 3ft
elephants In Hlngllng Ilmtlicrs' herd
nnd they are all cirefully trained lo
contribute to tho performance Tho
trained animal show is given In con
neetlon with a great triple-ring circus
and a revival of the old Koman hip
podrome on nn elaborate senle of com
pleteness The parade that Inaugurates
ilrcus dns Is de-icrlbcd as the most
resplendent spectnele of modern times.
New Cure lor Tuberculosis,
The nnnouncement mndo recently to
the Berlin Academy of Sciences by
l'rof 1'mll Von Hehrlng of tho results
of his researches in consumption is of
notable net In turning over tho Nobel
prUe of 410,000 to the medical rescanli
Institution he has founded at Marburg
wiib recently noted In those columns,
his standing In tho scientific world, his
discovery of the diphtheria serum,
stomp his Judgment with the highest
authority Ilrlell), an the result of his
six years' Investigation, Prof, llehring
finds thnt tuberculosis In man nnd in
rattle (and other animals) In wllh one
and tho some dlsei'c, orlglnitlug with
one nnd the same germ ThN It need
hardly to be suld, Is diametrically op.
posed to the views of tho famous Dr
Koch of llerlln Prof Hehrlng his
found that the dlsease-hcnriug germ Is
ulteteil In pissing from the blood of
man to tattle or the reverse, hence Ihe
confusion which has exlmed
Hut what Is most Importint pi tint
Prof Hehrlng has been nhlo to Inocu
late very young nnlmals (hitherto
found Impossible), uml hns obtained
fiom theeu an antitoxin serum after
the mnnner thit smallpox vucilne li
cultivated This Is Stirling news and
should It piovo well grounded, another
Noln-I prlzo should Im aw aided this
gieat bacteriologist The event will bo
awalKil with the keenest Inl, rest Tho
hopes nf a genuine euro for the whlto
plague" havo been blighted so often
that skepticism In this held linn giown
a habit No known physlcnl force, no
Imrglned lenllty un fnd or foil) known
tn the human mind has been neglected
It would seem. In the search for 11 rem
edy against tho most deadly enem) nf
the rare nverjthlni, from bare fret
nnd electricity, to n closo semblnncn
lei the Tlllplno water cure has been
tried nn), vaunlel The scourge goes
on t'nto Piof Hehrlng 01 whomso
ever wie-stn tho surel nt list, every
nation upon eirih should erei 1 n great
memorial, such as the people of Tiancc
raised to thi lr beloved Pasteur Har
1l,ci Lynching Evil.
In the July number of Southern Sentl
ment a bright nnd courngi.ius mat, izlne
published at Cnriollton, In this Slut. w
find 11 strong (.lltrrlnl protest against
hnch Iiw It hippms tlmt Can.illton haa
been the scene of 11 )nchhiR In which the
rlherirr bloodily n.isf'd X mob and h
paid tho ienall) l bi Ing derealeii nr re.
l lection Apart from the loial Hiiiilllcn, ,
of tin protest, it lias value us iiniiih, r or
man) sIriib that the p'opie m lariie ar.
growing mn .if tho lynch law p. rn, 1 im,
mor. conservative mm of Ihe lountiy ,,ra
urulng the silfflclenr) nr th. I, iml 111 ,
elilnery to nuke sure ihe punlshVn'ni ..f
the guilty and aro dlxournghiK n,0 lu :
that soil. I) eon mil) lie r.V.itr. ,,, ,,,
quutcly b) pirinltilliK popuinr passion
given cases to klut Itself with blood
'ihe huninn nature thnt furs ikes ,1
and usurps authority In one s 1.
the same thit does likewise in
seetlon. nr In Purls, or In Ihe Pliiunnln a
Inelienls must stand for ill Igniniit iisii.
their own peculiar fuels nnd fn th, lr nwn
environment It Is n hopeful ,, ,,,,
tho courts aro li,nlrlng a hi, her ennn
denre In Ihelr nblllly lo hJndl erlnir nf
lynch provoking character nv taking th m
up and disposing of them Willi becoming
Tho Kind Yon Hnvo Always Bought, nnil which lm v.
in n-o for over SO jenrs, has borno tho slunatnr "
w? -. mid has hocii mado under ,, f
AH Counterfeit, Imitations nnd" Tust-ns.";oodilroil
Experiments that trlilo with and endanger tho health
Infants and Children Experience ngnlnst UxpcrlincnL
What is CASTORIA
Cnstorln, Is a hnnnless stibstltitio for Castor Oil, par.
gorlc, Urops mill Sontlilnir Sjrtips. It is Pleasant, u
contains neither Opium, Morphine- nor other Xnrcotin
Mihstnncc. Its nso Is its irutmintcc. It destrojs Wornit
nnd nllnjs iVvorislincss. It cures Diarrhoea and iiJ
Colic. It relloves Tcctlilntr Troubles, cures Constipation
nnd Flatulency. It nsslinllatcs tho Food, regulate, ths
Stomach nnd Bowels, Blvliief healthy and natural slccn.
Tito Children's l'nnacca Tho Mother's Friend.
GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS
ye Bears tho Signaturo of
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
KixamzBKrTnnwcnmmnBnm i im inm i nsssssssm
I D.O.CALDER'S SONS CO.
Established I860. Incorporated ii
I 42 YEARS IN TiiniUSICAL BUSINESS!
Q And we now hive permission from the State under our articles of IncortxiM.
S Hon to continue for 1(0 i I.AJIH TO 1'UMb, "
a Dimi.NO thi: past wi: havk sold not hy hundreds, but w
1 P I A. N O S.fS.iT,AMuN'
Q 1 HI. lilt 11111)9
I SOI.H AGT.NTS. (aNDOTHEIcS.
I O R GA NS) K8ftLi' ffrj-j BMt)
R v-' - v- v " -- - -'S Alollo Self Piano TUytr III
N I greatest Piano Altachmcr.t u
Q EOI.K AOKNTS. V.',e found on the market.
SMAI.l. PAYMfiNTR-EASY TERMS.
IOiir Success in the Past Came From Honest Goods and Right Prices
Our Ruccrss for the future hy bame Iloute.
Musical Merchandise. Sheet Music, Classical, Popular
In fact, merythlng that pertains to Mulc.
Mall Order Department cannot be excelled
'Ihree lloor. -IJ W Flmt South. Bait IetlnCltj
city, within klx weeka of the crimes, two
men have bftii tried one aentenced to Im
hanged and tho other to ho hnprlenncd for
l.vnchlng will continue, doubtlesa, In
ultri Nigrum enaen rnr g, lierntlnni lo
come, tun there in Rurclv nrlMng a tern
far among the .opln to onle nuger aueh
hummary proceedings In cam s of excep
tional horror nnd when the popular cou
M'lmiii la ns strong and deiidlv us Maga,
rat Hood AH una Constitution
Tho Irrigation "Sankcro."
An l-nstcn farmer ci mlng to nn Irri
gated eulley finds fieri thing ns dllterent
from his ji customed life ns ho can well
Imngne ee intist learn an entirely new
Iiukuuko of iHimlug and a new net nt
firming rules ilia neighbor greets nltn
not with the remnrk, "it looks like ruin."
hut. Have jou heard when the water Is
coming In?" ni, Ihe ditches uro low- to.
do ' Mn lenins to snak of miners'
Indus end ner-lf.t of water, and he ran
soon tell nt a Lhinco whether a ditch la
eirrjlug llfty or 100 miners- Inches of
wnlrr, he hi ire wlno discussion!! of hend
gnles, wilrs, laterals, zanjes. he finds thnt
ho Is -und-r' a eirtnln canal, which hy
nnd bj will come lo seem lo him like nn
Inexnrnhlo fate lie wll leery promptly
make ths ncqu ilntnnco of Ihe Icing ot tho
Irrl.-atcd land the zailjirn-lu Arizona
called -sankero' In California Borneilmes
Hliniiened tn sanks'-the water-master
or dllch-rliler. n bron d m. n In overalls
nnd n soinhnro, who drives iilin.lt In a
, iwo-wheei-.,! can with a shovel nnd a long
rook lined rork hy his site, nnd precious
kon In Ids points lie Is the jei nnd
I nay nr the nrld Innl the arbiter or fato,
the dl.pciM.r of gi.n.1 nnd evil to be
l.lrssed by turns uml eiirred bv turns, nnd
lo iiceho ,aiii with iho inter iincnncern
I illnrlbulis thn wnlir lie opens ihe head.
Kiitn or riwh farmer a canal nnd when
Iho woter has run the necesunrj lime ho
nhiits ll ilojii ngnln nnd again locks It
fiTf.'1! .'.' i1.1", " r I" ihort he seen
tint It Is dlvlleil pioperly b, iwcen Hrullli
and Jones uml I rnwn usuallv with Hndtli
'.' I1!1. Joincf '"" '".""," ""I'lng him Ilk.,
in Ihe vallevs sul , In acctlsutlons
If."1', ""., . "ttl.ll gs, bui be It said
to ihe credit or u American, thero is
many a z,ii,,,n who li unlversilli re
titi. -. $ cominiiiilli ns un honest
man -liny Bun until Hik.r, in Century.
Needed In Somltt.
On either fide of Ihe Commons chnm
her or our I'irllniiieiit houso there Is
a distinct Hue uiong the nor and any
member who vvl.n s eaklng, steps out
side Hi,, Hue ,, j,( Bi(, i, nal)c (o m
called to order 'I hose 11 n, s nre sun
posed tn he ncleniinc frnnllcis, nnd tho
neulritl one hclvveiii Is beyond Iho
length of n swomI thrust, nnd nltliough
im inherit no longer vv.ur swords, cxiept
those win, nre selecled in movo arid
M-ciind adi icssch ti the throne on cer
tain oernslnns the old pre, .union otlll
llngtis on -Pn, son's Weekly
Inlernalhnal Ulrd Protection.
itl,.lii".'.fli"iHi'."1;,1 '?"'."' "l ,lln rrn
rmirluiel , r,'"!' fl1 "i iigrleultiira wan
ties I. ii1,1.1"'1 "''" Bn"'iK The pir-
I !ivnuee H'rrlll,' rlal'is ,ro PimecTc,"
Mound to Ploato,
lrenilr7i,Uool,?r1.'er,ri,ilf Vf oM nlB'In,l
than lir, Jtu, "" u '" ''""-h ioio
cngo sew.? bls "" " """"' he I. fw.
THE WRATH OF THE BEE
Tho hee, essentially no pacific, iok
suffering, t!io hee which never m
(unless you crush her) hen hot
among tho flowers, once ibe bu
turned to mild nnd tolerant china
or grown aggressive and deadly h
gerous, according to whether ters
ternal city he opulent or foot E
again, ns often happens when wer.
the mnnnera of this spirited win
terloua llttlo people, the proilsiosi
htimon logic aro utterly at fait
would ho natural that the beeiito
defend desperately treasurei w to
lously amassed, a eliy auch ai'
In Good apiaries, where lln tutj
oi ci now Ing tho numberleaa celUt
rcpresent-thourands of caaka pllrtP
cellar to garret, streams in foldao
nctltes along the rustling mil '
t-enda far afield, in glad rs
to the ephemeral perfumea c( '
that nre opening, the more laattlrl P
fume of the honey that keepjiU"
memory of cnlycea that time haacwr
Now this Is not the caae TM"
their abodo tho lets eagerneii nfl
Play to light around It Opcnc0
n wealthy Idle. If ou lake cW
drive tho entries from the "
with n puff or smoke, It '",''
trcinely rnre for tho other ti
tend with ou for the Iliuldb'"
quereil from the smllea, from ii
charms of tho henutlful "'''
Try Iho ixiierlment: I P"""'".';,,
punlty, If you touch only the "
hlvcj. You can turn them cter.
handle theins thote throbbinf w
uro perfectly haimleas. W"
mean? Havo Ihe fierce s"0",
courage' Ilau abundance "
them, nnd have they, after .,
of tho too fortunate lnhWtati,
in Ions towns, delegated the (,
dulles to the unhappy mercwariei
I keep watch at tho ga esT is ft '
never he en observed that tw l"(
good fortune relaxes iM si" M
lico On the contrary, the mora
public piospcrs tho more liariw
severely nre Its ln Pr W.L.,
vvoiker In n hlvo where Pr&
cumtihites Hhors much rnM' ' ,
and much more Plt''e1r,J,ri'riV
ter In nn Indigent hive. J,hr?.f;(i
ijcasons which we cannor v
oin, hut whkh are l11"1,!,,!!!
only wo take Into account .IB :
tcrpretatlon that tho 5"r.V
wddenly her huge dw ''""'i
henvd. overturned, h
piohnlily Imaglliea hat a" lneoriin1S
nuturnl cntastroplie l t
ngalnrt which It , rJ,,i ,
struggle. Hho no longer re ln t
nelthor does uho "" A BlreaM i
ruin. II looks ns though it?
her Instinct, she n"' build '5
Ing that sho hopes , i
mi-lcrluls or the gut cd ,0, g
Icavei. the prcrent de "n"' wpi,
tho hereafter. Or elae. I .,(
she, Mho the dog In lhef e ,r rV
Hint rfiirled his inni ;t ""..infl?
his nock," knowing "' ,'', Mr;
ably lost, prtfet to W Bi
of iho pllKige. nnd $', tfi
denth In one prodlgloui or,wliM;
not Know for cer nln. tw i
penetrate the moll; f M 'lU,in '
thoK- of iho .impleat "",! r
Inothers nro hevond our " Uiol l
Maeterlinck in Harper "