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WATERBURY EVENING DEMOCRAT, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1895.
AaajuXis'-!' I I fV: V, VVtfvA i I,Cio? . col C3 T3 Mild J t.-i v i ; a F inc. I r.3T. 1 IK AKEP.ICA1 tu-Ios ClW'lt 5J-ttSS!a Do not bo deceived by infringe- !' ments of came, paLkc-e or cigar- ette. THE ONLY GENUINE j sweet 02pi8i mittj i Bear thcUi; sintiii s!r,nturc ol on the pac'tc and r.n c-rl: c'rtartttc. WINE OF THE MORNING. Bomo wotM qnnf ' Hr neeta From cM-vt-u er.es i f uold. That hi;.- .-. ; 'v. il -. r. With sal.n 1 ' niir ti--!, x'.i..!r a 1 '! .i i ' -nruuve Of lascry ur.t. M. Bom' v..r.l ' rrom ' r.v... 1 Tie !..- 1 I .k :.f.i- : In .Irov.-., . 'i'lirc-.i -li . .-'i I3nt I w nl i .-' Vi.k- f i !i Pur 7. - liyi 9 I - ' t 1 i . 7' AH f'-nv.: '; vi:i And m U-i v, in-" r iv npcta? i . iy, .' .-.o i . i S3, t tililU anl slips. -.- -,-. tar r.nmtrun, -- e-'j fervor, v . r.r. It i i. v r It. r - r. i I. r..: : TI- i ' . rv. utg, - win". r.:n Cbaprnan. Anlninls Fndct .t.v 1 Hygiene. Enon.';h is now kit -swn -.-f th. iiunuo of aniinul rnfria r.:?.Vr-t cs-itv in terest fjid c.u 'nsir. Thc'.-o is s;i:i ':tnj evidonco thr.t m.'.'.iy r; - U:t--r- ainl constantly M'.Uo u-" ;!;'' ?.-i-.i:o for df(i!ii:o :':.r..'t.-. -:..! sr th-- f:;:n tinio obtir-rve rnVM ' f I.nsiih tn vrliioh only tho In; he -a e-vi :ii'i -:i -r t'i tion of rc3 jcjc- . ::;a mull t il L'cr. : It has ln-f- s-.r.-.-.t ''--t t'o . 1 mipol.i - -ni-r:il conditio:! of t:;v;:r;l ' " ill the civet '..- h.-v' corrosii-jTifi--? r. r h';,7::.:' SUi'h U ihps r;.: the l-i almost solply :'. vratcr, liv.a; o ':::i .y modoratn in r.!l .: cause the ir r: ! ' ablutions. Li.'-.o t!--:n, Luvo uo ind-.: :! 'i '.-v-': nmiibs'i- - f ' ' rcgtiiar f.v in r. ; and drink :i!y ar !.-.- ! them Mvuro '.i,.:v: N c:" tho r;i''ntr:,t laolurs in :-ion f,1 k, . .if1 v.vr.i i v . ;r; ;.; . f. id v.. : ' :iiy i f v"c. or hruiih, by mi- grt.t '.en. This i. i) it oi.f-!;rd ti boas;?, f...r tko u ri;;c yator p::rtiy 10 j;-t rid of .-" and rotr.ru 3 to tkc ?. ton epuvruiKf. V'Uh rhtmc chaiifro of h;'t and i rrfe- b'rils nn r, t ;.( F.'ft :. r.nraaiio ;-rn:t r.ftor v-i i.f o'limnto, c r'.f!-t!y !K-":iH!-.y babit3 tbtir lint i-f thoti5h tho- lOTrlily f ta,d us dis-ao jast :i cf tho Hamran AiwV health'.- livt-rs and p. l'M'i dti.s is 5!mrt, virtim.'i to f.m : I-por'.itly iMiinbM'fl i i.f Uio Pv.ii:iv.. r: Jlti'.ahiians us tho Hoitiaiis '.h'msohe.-. frioiida and f. 1 low htuitors with .v;ir amitol l!akor, porislictl oi oi.'iit.u.'ii -as f. vor on tho banks of tho Kilo tributaries. Loudon Spectator. 33 me. t'auro. One of tho ambition.-! of aTni". Folix l"Tire, wii'o i.f tho tuosidi-:!;. f IYjuicc. Tto beooiuo tho h .ide.r Ml ropuMio. as tho K; "BS for tho rmipiro, at-.-' . of fa: :-uvs-i ii. :i. fur t-.jrnio report. t jnst'qnc-n; ly Plv not on;y dressos osquisitely. V.tit !wrs tho uauio of her inodi-sto aud millirior a svorot. Ar. tho Grand Prix races she v. ore a cos ttime so boant-ifnl that tho fashion pa pers not otily dosovibotl it at length, but illustrated it in colors. Ii was aoreathm of brown satin, chid'on and croam lace. Paris Letter. ! Tho experience of failure is ono that 'comes in a n-ator or less degree to ev 'ory ouo at tiinos, trying tho metal and probing the character as no pro:-poi-;ty can do. Victor llu-o. It is only after one man trios to pet something that tho crowd who wouldn't Lave it as a j;i:t strive for it. Las Angeles Exprps. Don't be Fcolish anJ t.-tlit- s. mc ether 1-. j-.J i.f ...nJ:me.t mlik. tl-.-:ikii: ii ifl '- lust as oo.l " as tli.? ZJJL BORDEN & EAGLE BRAND 4 It Has Ho Bqual $ Caveats, nnd Trsde-Mjirk. rt--. cir-'d fcr.d all Fat-1, cat busmerssci-nctiirtf.i ior modeatc Fees. i Oon Office isOfi oiTf U . s. Prtcnt Orrict J and v-c c;ini . . r pirnL ia l.jia Uuic itixa Ihsc remote fti-m War.biiiv 1. a. S Scad ii idrl, draw 1:15 or v "to., with eir-rip. n Qi-srrip-T 't, lire of J rcurrd. S turn. We ftd.-irC. n pa--ni.lie 'T ni't. iv jcliarge. U?r ice mi: cue ti'. -1 -nt sre ost tit sau-.e 111 tne L, b. vxa toreiua countries sent free. AiMr, vt G.A.srsow&oo. Oep. patent Office. VVucmincton 1. O. C. J "V. TV -V HOW EASILY THINGS GO WRONG I Alas! how easily things go wrong, A sigh too much or a kiss too long. And thero follows a mist and a weeping rain. And Ufa is never the same, again. Alas! how hardly things go right! "Tis hard to watch on n Rurany'a night. For too sigh will come, and ti5 kiss will stay, And tho summer's night ia a. winter's day. And yot how easily things go right, If tho sigh and the kiss of a winter's night Conio deep from tho soul in tha stronger ray That ia horn in tho light cf the winter's day! And things can never go badly wrong If tho heart lio true, and the hive ho strong, t'er tho mist, if it comes, und the weeping rain Will ho changed by the love into sunshiuo again. George MacDonaltl. A FAIR DIVISION. Tho poverty in tho village was very general, and but for Pietro Oozz'dli the keepor of tho wineshop mipht have lowered his blinds and pulled his door to. Tho fishing alonpr tho Knples coast had been bad for many weeks, raid in Basuio every man is a fisherman and fvery woman a fisherman's wife or .laufrhter. And so tho poverty was great, and Pietro was tho only man who stul t-iiHiiied a ch-arettes and et ill $ daily handful of r.t regularly in tho wineshop. Ho had been to England, and had ?omo back with a fortune, find was in dependent of the va.cr.ries of tho fish and tiio weather. "Ah," sifched the vil lagers, as they placed their hrr.ids in their empty poeki "what a lucky man is Pietro, and -what a rich idace that Unfriend mu.-t ho!" Ono day ia the early sprinp, the news went about that this mnn of fortune was rtov.-u insatiable, and was Kohi.3 away a'jain to make more musio for iio fov t liners and to pet yet more franee--coni. And evrry fisherman was sick with envy that he, tee, eer.ld not leave tho l-aro:i iiarbor and pn to tl;o nort'iern J H 1 Jl.i rad.i. lint Pietro Hozzflli alone v, as pr.pre:-sed of tho frieat sum that v.-.s wanted to pay tho steamboat peepio and to biro tho orpin. And v. ho w uld ho take with him? VVhieh of tV.o dark eyed villa&c bennt'es vould he invito to bo liis compani'm t:.ud to Flir.ro iiis gainb? Many wero tho lungint; looks thrown to hm and ma'ty i!ie pno. ers whisp.eved to tho Faints bv jirctiy ones whos-' fancy raw countless bright, rili'o ;:is and sahc.-, tho posses sions of her who Flu uld "00 ciie.- evi. A day or (-.roniow, nnd it was known i !::.! Ti -.-a V'uiu-ia vas th ha ;vy -. i i 1 oi'si ira ii to bo raised to opt: ;':.. : and. early ono in' tniir. she nod Pietro kit i-'-i nio fcr tho Ion, lc.pty walk to Is aides. Andtlior.txt day tiny v.cio st:,ndmn 011 tl-.o deck of the m cantor, wcieli'!-- t!:t shore li'.'.o dio tint as tho pea prow deeper and bluer. r)ur:ror tl.o voy;;;n he tinrht h r t1- v.'i.Kis .f l-'nplinh lifi r-.. c-teij cud la'ki-d to her about tho life in L--:: "1 "O ; h.w that tiiry itpvj to worjc very hait and speT'd. very little, tht th-y rtt '!;! have nni'-h to t:re lvmo wit e thn-:. And she. still rj-.ei li.at she hsil f ; -vl r-ro-i in his sirrl-.t, smiled agreement to everv th,ri:. A week after tliey had wrked out of Casino, hrar.tifnl even in its poverty, they were citizens of tht ltalinn colony in Lond'iu, makinji munic about tho streets during the days and passing tho nichts in a p.-.rrot in an evil smelling court at tho hack of Saffron liiil. Pietro w:e: tho muKioian, and hour after hour f.-r many hears he toiled at tho organ kindle, now with le't hand, and now with right. Tesaa carried tl-.o tray for the c.fferimrs of tho pasyer.shy, aud as she was pretty and hc.,-i; -d v.-it't :i chnrminsj smile, her apmn pock"ts were usually heavy with ceppcr coin when tho cvrnir.g and tho time to re turn hem" came. Then Pietro relieved her of tho weirht. anil counted out tho pence and took them t-i rome shop near by a:el changed them for silver. When thero was oihogii ef silver, it war. arted w o h for and somethintr was added to tho little pile of ravines. Those 5av!!tRS were kept in .1 tin box, hidden under a loose beard in tho cor ner of the room. Not a very ;,'ood treas ure chest, but Pietro did t understand tho Kierle h bankiiuT systrm, ami thero v,-as no ouo in Easnio rich euongli to s nd money to for safe keepin.tr. Three years went by, and the yellow hoard was so increased that Tessa's eyes fhouo and her fancy wandered as Pietro counted and recounted it in the even ings. "Shall wo not go homo to Eanio now?" site s.iid as onoo she watched him. "Have we not cnuufih?'' "No, not quite enough. V," o will stay this summer and go back when tho f opsy days come. ' ' (Of course this was spoken in musical Italian, but I have brought it into Eng lish for tho benefit of the ono or two readers who otherwire might not under stand. ) Tessa pouted a littlo at tho reply, and consoled herself ly going out to talk to Fillipo. Fillip -j was a native of Sardinia who had lately como to London to enter tho profession of ice cream merchant. Bat, ultluiaijh it- was early summer, tho days were rather cold than hot, and thero was no demand for ices, either lemon or ra.;plt-rry, aud Fillipo was drifting toward bankruptcy. His rent was owinp; aud his barrow miTirjaned, and ho wept as ho told Tessa of another nnsucefsful day. And sho wept too. An exceedingly foolish thinp, for f hr had known Fillipo only a month, and Pietro, whom she had known for years, had told her that ho did not liko tho younj ad-.-ente.rer in ice cream' aud that she must uot talk with him. Nevertheless sho wept, and told him how sorry ie was. And as tho pity grew in her, the thought how mucii better looking he was than Pietro, aud how tired sho was of tho streets, aud how sho longed to see tho blue saa and sky again. Would Pietro give bor a share cf the savings and let her go? Hut no, that would not be enough for - two. Oh, why was not Pietro Fillipo ind Fillipo Pietro? How bandsomo he was, and he was but a boy, and Pietro was raoro than 40. She spoke her thoughts, aud hope jame to Fillipo's face, and ho took bor hand and befinn a long, eager whisper ing. And at that moment Pietro chanced to pass, and 6aw them, and hesitated for a step or two, and scowlod and went on. They wero earnest, in their whisperings and did not soe his coming and his goin.. "Tomorrow then, Tessa," said Filli po, "and together to my pooplo. Ho will not know, and cannot follow. " "Yes, tomorrow." And she returned his kits and went back to Pietro. Tho next morning Pietro wa.i unwclL Nothing serious, ho said; his head nc-hed a little, and he was tired and uecded a rest. Ha would stay t homo nntil the evening, and would then ro to Ceeo's and play domincon as usual, and bo all right axain in tho morning. So that day Tessa pushed tho organ about tho streets without ar.si.-ta!!ca.. But during part of tho morning she rested aud talked to Fillipo, who seemed to have forsaken hi.-t 1 arro7 to follow her. Their talk reunited ino-mo agree ment, for, a? ho left her henaid : "Then, Tessa, I will bo waiting at 8 with tho tickets. And romwibor we must catch t'-n bo-t, atid you must tieim ge that Pietro ia out," aud she re plied : "I will get it ; ho will bo at Cazzio's fit 8." At dark she returned to tho court, raid, as sho pa.vl, Fillipo u-,:Med to bor from tho shrvlow of tho coiner and shawed two tickets. tri'.o climbed up tho rieke'y stairearo i to the room she hai id shared with Piotra i Ho was not there ; it must bo dono at ; once. She crossed to the corner near tho v:indew. The beard moved easily, and e:ho felt for tho tin bo:;, and found it, and carried i. to the lamp. The box was very littht, and fear c.tino to her as sho opened it and miv thst it was empty snvo for a fold cf tliny p.'pT. With trembling fivers sho undid tho paper, and held it to tho lamp and read tho words : "t-.oodby, Topsa. I have decided not to wait for t !'. fec,s- Wo will shc.ro novr lonl I -rt. Veu si'.nll have Fillipo aud I the money that was hero. (ioodby," Written in Ph .-tro's rr.t'e serawk Fillipo v.e.io-d lei-.a; at tho corner, and at la-t ere ?d to the huts", and, learning from the woman standing at tho door that Fi.'tro was out, walked np the stairway e.i-.-.l into liie room. Then he, too, read tho paper, and Irs sorrow was j ii:-.,d to Tessa's. Fdg.tr S. Turner in Sketch. Tli Durtintn Uitt-H. Tl-.o "D,-.rh.aui litc.)" speak of a great sfov - of ancient n:e:m '-(.ipi; posse-i? imI by the hov.se to bein thn inoti'::i in thir i adv. Tho "l,::es'' go on to say how the store iuclud. d "the old anueient written doctors i f tho church, as other prof.:'- ' r.ut!i..Ti5, with divers other Irdio men's ou; ',;-, s.iih .t ev , one dyd studyo what .0-nNor p!e..se:l them bast, havinge tho Libiairie ar all times to go Uitd sluuyo in, Ix-.ydea their carrell " From the sair.9 "Rites" we laru that in the dormitory each monk had a little chamber to himself with a window, or a bit rf a wndow, and in the window a rie.-k for books, so that ho could study, if ho pleased, hi tho hours spent in the dormitory. Sp"eial directions wero given that tho niouk and novice3 vrer not to he diuturbed in their "carrel. Is" while they were studying. In their care for education ia days when all training for the young, save in arms and field rpcrta, was compara tively littlo thocght of, tho record of the monastic orders is an honorable ouo. Besides maintaining a "song school," tho more important houces regularly trained their novices in other learning; and again, to use tho words of the "Durham Ilitcs." "yf tlio Hdaister dyd rea that, any of thm vre.nro apte to learuyngo and dyd apj lie his booke, and had a pregnant wye withall, then tho Idaistrr dyd let the Prior have intelli gence. Then streigliteway after, hi vra sent to Oxford to school." Other peo ple, ton, sent their sous to t!.f mouki for r.lueation, which was sometimes given freely and sometimes paid for. 'dent i.-n has been m.tde of Oxford. Tho "Durham College," besides tha pupils sent up from tho abbey, ad mitted regular students. A purely monastic college as early as A. D. 13S3 was founded in Oxford for It! monks of St. Peter's ebbey, (!!otioegter. This, be f - o tJ-e end of thn thirteenth century, dc v -1 ped into a great Beuedietiua houae of learniiig, and a long list of abbeys united together to maintain this lior.e dietino college at O.-.ford, which flour ished until tho reformation. (Quar terly Review. A T!ro Curtala of Water. An effective device for tho protection of buildings from fires in adjacent struc tures has been successfully tested in Boston. Tho idea, worked out in the ap paratus is to maintain a shet of water between the tire and tho building to be protected. This is dono by ;?lacinx oa every open nide of the building near the top a line rf perforated piping for car rying water. The coutploeo apparatus consists of a fixe inch etaedpipe, ex tending over tho upper story. Prom it runs another pipe around the nides and front, front 3 to 4 ineh.es in diameter. On tho front are three revolving sprin klers, and one is placed at each expose i hide, in tho center. Tho arms are of bronze metal, slightly curved. At each end of the arms is a bell nozzle, such as is used' by fire departments on regu lar hose lir.es. At the bso of the stand pipe is a Siamese connection for four lines of three inch hose. At the Boiton test a fire department steamer fnrnhihOil the power, aud for about 15 minntatf poured through the rpriuklar a delivery of 1,000 tfanens a minute, complotely drenching tho walls and keeping a con tinuous siieet of water from top to bot tom. St. Louis Globe-Democrat. FIREMEN PAST ajid PRESENT VOLUNTESR A.?TZ PAJt. f'l3T ilER GO," "WHOOP HER UP," " THS OLD A5TO NEW," 'CUT KEit LOOSE SOYS," "START FOR. KOSJD." lO DATZ1 '' his ftsh rrorxY. A Dellghtfnt and IVeOft-btA Eprleam Told by a (.Tem-diM Ldajr. "Speaking ef fairer TuoatleB," rrid tho sua witln te tiyed rkitkrr-, "hut I bad a tinea wceka' toHp in the Etate of Wdrbingtua m-hicJi TfU e for ever engravaa ow the Ullaaa af wy memory. Talk abt fialeiag ym ! jiinl" "Yoa femnd !ch, AH yem?" rr.rrar tieolly queried tha men with a caSsraet in hi a left eya. "I should remark 1 It was aft ylaro eslled Fish Luka, and tha awer eS t4 hotel curried all guests Ken fc mH rorl, a distance uf 16 rjtlrr,, Ska ef chisryr. He also furntcbed C ji?-; inciti, hr.it and boats without aaet, mJb wrd waa only ij'S jer week. " "He must have been la it for fan !" snapped tho eataraot raaa as ha tried to tinker up a broken cigar. "Yes; I thikkawas," ormHaaod tho man of tho weed. "At loasr a wi vta rubber. I had ouly got than -srfasn icformd mo that ba would jcy 3 ears per pound for all the fish I s3-h up to fito tons a wosk. Ai I irar tntma to tha place I diia'taatck lut S9 yaowZa lha nr..: tiay." "Only 2lO lounrlt" "I raid ouly aed peaads, sir, bat tho nest duy my eatch was ibnt 600 poundi. Taking day ia as 4 lay oit for the two wseks, I svra$4 TC9 yoa-ads per day. In the 14 day I eaagbt t,4 poauds. " "And tho landlord paij yea $1,Q60, lss iO for board, did bo?" "I was ubout to tiay ha Aid, sad ha wnfl ranch disappointed to think I hadn't caught mora Ho had forgottica all abaat tha Hi das for board, but cf acusta 1 rt mir.dad hiju of it. Yos; be pava vaa a clieek ca a hank t OlyTopia fe aay money, aad it was firesafary yaid ea presentation. " "Weren't yoa ftnrry te leava thcro?,, asked tha wan with the cataract. "Ys, af eoaxsa, hat whtnt eath steps In it moat alter avr plaa. I got news that my wife was detad. " "Ok, year wife died, did she?" "Po I stated, irir, aaal I believe my ennneistioa ia clesir. " "Did alio dia befora kaewin-; that yon had caught half a ton ef fish aud sold them on the ape for f 1,9ft? "Mi AM. I wreta a har to that ef fect, t i(he was ia tha ahalowy land before the letter rettd her. Paar Mry !" "And yoa yotraaad the mousy to buy her a monnment?" a.aarli thaeata ract man, ns he taratd raal hmH white. "I was abcrat ta reaaark ahart I did, sir." "With aa anjol on top of It?" "Yea, sir, with aa augol ou rej ef it ' an angel with outstretchal whtgl aad ' a ftlad snjila on htr fuos. " "Yes, a smilo cu herfaoal Jf won der tho smiled I w-ha bad boaa waiiag the epitaph dowa bulsw,' SaevaA fa the memory of Mary, viia af the hlggaet liar in America. ' " "Sir!" eiclaimod tba wlaewer, "da ! you wish to insult m?" "Ko, I doa't ! What I wish to haaw la why ia tlmuder yea didm'to fcaek thsra ' the nsxt nuiuiuer why yeaaiea't thara this very roiucta?" "Oh I liii's it I Wall, that's easily told. That fall there araa a clenabarst and an uvalaneha, a4 laka aad hatel were 6wcpt away !aka, laitlard aad hotel. Under thora aiaoacistauaai I eeald not retura, hatt I hava nay tyaa" "Oh! Dsm year eg-ajl" iatarrnpted the cataract man, asd ha gpt np aad kicked his chair aside aad &tcd : "I was there aftac yoa lafl1, and I'll 1 givo yoa a peiater. I star it i tfea klamed old avalanche myself, and tiaaly thiag Ihavo to res;;t is that it AVSda't take yoa in !" Detrait JFraa yroso. Preaaelans. Father (showing a his baby boy to bachelor friend) TTell, what do yoa think of him? Fine hef , im't ho?" Kachelor Frier Tss, vary fine boy, but he's kald. Sat, than, (glancing at the father's bald head) ehilfran are rot satisfied aowadaya aaless thoy can fccgim where their fathers left of. Tit-Bit HOOD'S PILLS ear tvrrer IHs, Biliousness, Iadlfaatiea, Oeadaehe, A r-sn laxative. All Djogadut ' Jy it'vs ausJ Ins i3 lid M -rfSi 0 A ROYAL FLUSH. Tha Qucoa .of Italy never pnAcxax-Cir, snraa cloven or irtwkinjj1 twice. Xlwtf Moiitlik of Abytixip.U " tar-dC'?-: a lcaca lUaf ai Ahuls Ahxba-isaei sWmr tax all tba aid Kbuiutua ktvtrstrmfr.. Pri3 Georga of Eua'K:Etl 11 !ttt smta aljiuotte niiiokur. HieesBanrrfrrv.! 4 ta W of tha lift la mill -t aisaB- meat 30 fcacuo aach tiay. Tha royal family cf Itt'y 'r iS ttf.y ehamud wish t!.U- new ilrnvwiiraers.. f :i IHskua el .osta. Qaota li - ;,iix24a. c-;!-aiclly la a&fyf at tka aiiaiea cot Om jtostjj daka. Qtteen Tieterla Is a gee-. sclljn for ilofadi. At tHhoMui, Eals.-.I V.tiv cr esrarjrthiag woiru liko a'.-,--, i-.cj. i,. and although IreaoMtly ai;aeitk.'ii i-'J .-. wail aware la aTasry aaa that is? .: !e.::y hvooka u iAse liat li-.e jpszity; .jjrir: t tra put forward to avoid xo ttHiiisii hitch. Tha llBMclia Deert'i.. The wily W ms errf-Tio PrJluJ clu. to th j'i -r Aud lu.fccd tt Ui MiaidTia A miUiua wr uovi As they mil ea thw fcj3"hs. Tile hcael- uuj U.iv.-W-re And ce.h v. ith ttie cthr Breathed lu th utlt lr. Then bn die.- ii- t. ', OIjwb Atd dutlpej sl.t cf st'.-iit Ajid si-aai fr tlio uiiA-tle In ti-exuvlou-a fj-vfh. "Thank beavejr he chn.'-klod, )oivn di-tfp in ttio ttrinc, nl wusu't discovtrei he uoAsouiiuo. " Hew Tcrk Sun; RoBg. ou ta Monltpy.. Onaof the professors ef t! a Tttsity Of Ttass vu eHgaa151' iu eiplatitierj--f.ta. XhtrwraiaQ theory to his cl.".'-!1.. au'hun liu ebsarvad that thoy wuro not f aviaqrjfsau.v atteiitiea. "Gonllemen, " said tho -sra&secrr-, "Whoa I cm erdeavwing to cinl.atr twywu fha paaallaaitiij ef the nioitltuy,. I wish yea w.uld look right at- we.'" Vmeus. Sifcisce. l-ioof. Bo scut to Ler, tho ere.-.uleES nwrcs;, A worn hevsushoe and a fuur &3xrstt : eCtTvcr;, tSlSo bring thea gocd luck," huiui'. Though she never had truaaJ acfav.'?mfK-t. Yet the tcre.-!iboa wr.a bui.- n'r rho dboi: And tho hjvur cunio th.it, day,. Though aho tucucbt it a fuuiii tfiihrftini'Jo,, Yot b 'wiehcd' the elovvr l y.fr-saei: AnJ tha w-ieh cam tnxa Cit e.-. hiira atftiviead a practioi,!' guf rt!iis ha4 osdd If yov -"L ' -t It Sp.nt a Itis, b4 aaa mawa t-uit vm t Oy. Iu&iiiuV'hs Jortrar.r. Aa tUe World 6e. "Hello! VFhore did ycro ft that box of oigaur" ''Loudere & PheljV. Just paid a sis moatts' aocouat, fcili tia aiaxp.ser mr.Co tae a littlo pvoswt." "Vhy, I'Ta bauht pcocls thaM fer-uvo Jtaxs aud was tusv&x oarca ffnii a ti.-ir.ir." "Oh. yea, but. you jny eash."--Cllhiiii;o TaMwrd. We're Getting Thuro. Tho enako and sea terpen t ut'ji'ieu rk;. 1 are cow doing such a rut..'vive Ir-iain... i suggest that tha iiagiutic- cf tl.j Auicricau puco-a wus avvr in 5 '' condition. Each ikv stcry b.-j;rf all tho others. Llvideutly tha gsut A-to-1-cau novel is soeu ts m bxi. j'iili.uel phia Press. g For Tun or I'or lity.--?-A certain young man iu -i-1,. tui'. nity entertai'-icd Ida best Ixz b un... ;. evening by playing kcr a 1 blei. Iiukerta (L--. ) tlu.i' For fry Cettc get hot enoufTJi to smt-Li: H it is liot e-iouli, La:j'iV i Waen at jui,t the rr,-it E aaaaiaa has trxim warLcurf.ic" ai.4 S TIR. H- K. FAiEi.: C31e?iV, Ci.iits, i Ed Jy n n n n I ' ( J i 3 Tt O , 5 g IMS, l.y JK .- --T. f - 1- . . IC.,..4 -s t;CI -erS Cl',59, A tV'-y Fetssors case ia made Irf futi ii j ,-.t th u br.stol board tho shaij cf tle i.',f tve.'.ion and covering tbo'ttxo jdeee ct beli siiles with lino wliii'o t'aintt. . h'o'i : me small flowe-j 4ar biiiit eiubroidered. Tho two piece 3 tew crrpvnanded together, f is i'srrnt' up ry a r , bin ,11 h wholw A similar casa could bo n.cl.-- out of fine, colored cbusaoio km. but it would be a little thie&cr ami clr.rr.sier in appenraneo thaa tho linen one. K. W. C. Hi: s jda-.-y Id. lliekell is census taker for CV.ss o'.irey, Minn. , and she has lovely times riding through tho county on borsc-baolf. Almost a Hint. A littlo boy was told that ho mnst never ask foe anything at tho , table, as it was ue.t (,'iod manners to do so. The covt.,' qui u-v v as that lie was frequently overlooked. Oi:o day his father said: "Johnny, get mo a clean plate for my lettuce. ' ' "Take mine, pa; it's clean," and ha added with a eijth, "Th' io hasn't boon anything put on it yet." Texas Sift ings. F-ati-arhan Lnxuries. lilr. Citiman Why in creation dd: you pucker your f.-.-o over those souiv iji-wu grain's, v. i-.e:i yon can get beauties :.r tho lruitraau's for 0 mero song: r.r. Suburb I'-.ey wouldn't taste cf ..1 ait., - -e. " 'oi iy not .- "1 laifcd these nivseli. " New Yorh, 'wkiy. ' Ill.Htinrtien V.'ittiout IJifl'erenco. "Sir," sho f.-.id, stan-.ping her foot, "I mu.-.t b. g y.-.a 10 cease all talk ol li,e. I am bee mmi' arry. " "Pido-.i me," ho corrected with ....tav.ty. "(-h-ttit-K angry. Yoa ai't V- - rec'itiing, angry." . : that f- u . how sho kept hot t, -. llcw York V. be hot, but don't let it f cr it will burn. To End if i'.3 it a single drop of wsttcr. 3 the -u-atcr will pop. h..j A.iJ i coccirlani vrtath a ewtcr tin. 51 Pi.l..b c.,i.iyc. K. Y.. ;.., ..ta St., ntnoi. s