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Address all a ll communications commuulca tlons c checks
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TO Torm THE ELKS I MS OF < THE ms DlslUCX rtmcJ
Tfte T e jForum Forum Is alive to to the fact
thattlJe that the Elk Lodge Is one of the
most mostpro progressive sslvo Negro N grosecret secret or ¬
ganizations Janlza an1zations t tons ons on earth The Forum
is I also cognizant of the tI efpct fact that the
Grand Lodge meets In ithe c city ity of
WaEhinston dn on on July 26 27 27 28 and
29 In order that we may lend what
contribution ontrliJU Hon Wo ve can to the success of
of that meeting and at the same
time keep Itce p pa alive a live the public Interest
to which whlc i iwe we know the Order to be
entitled the Forum is this thlsweelt week
inaugurating inaugura ting a voting contest for a
beautiful gold Elk ElIcchnrmset charm set with a
magnificent magnlffcentdlamond diamond to be presented
to the most popular popuar Elk In the Dis ¬
trict of Columbia C iumbia which whic h will be pro
S sented at aUho the meetinng meetlnngof of the Grand
The Bharrn harm will be on exhibition
at a popular jewelry store stornon on the
Avenue which place will w in be desig ¬
nated na ted In the next issue of the For ¬
um umit Cut out ou t the t ecoupon coupon Insert Inser t
the name of the man for whom you
desire to vote and mall to the For ¬
um All coupons must mu t positively be
I In on and before July 27 1910 in ¬
clusive The Forum realizes re Jzes that
there are two lodges 10Jjesln in the District
jWith With that fact the 4 4Forum Forum l orum is not
J Jconcern j f concerned concern d There may maybeme1 be members 11bcrs
In Inono one lodge whoso popular choice
is in the other The Forum makes
the thestl1ight straight proposition that the Elk
receiving the largest number JJ1mberof of
votes vol tes Including tooth lodges and
hopes hOP 8hi in the race of the unjust op ¬
position thatls that is confronting the Elks Elks
and for totthegoodoft1c the good of the race racean and d all
Negro secret orders at large that I
the consolidation so long hoped for
may be realized 1ealbedi > at t this session of
the Grand Lodge
Walking down Pennsylvan ia Ave ¬
nue one one In Inlooltng looking at a different ad
vertlgements verl USeme nts flas flashed he d put against agalnstthe the
sky sk through the th medium m dluln of electric le t
its lt is tf struck tiisk bVon by y one rtiL V i i jin unquoin nt9u iquej Jnits Its
chai eht aactera ac ier i Tin iVbe iPJje tieautlfu iifuiE iifuiEplOtts utlfll fiy plaits in ii
Its 1 design a lgn Over behind the theNation Nation ¬
al nlBiln Ban k ofV < f Washington in letters
bold and clearly clearlyoutlined outlined outlined at regular
intervals flashes tlashesoUt out aga aga inst the eye
or the ever steady stream of o r pedes ¬
trians triansJhat that ever saving clause of
Holy Writ Wlltoi oi Jesullhe Jesus the Light of ot the
Who Whocnnweasure can Measure the thesnvln saving sav1n pOw
L er ero of t this tl1lsla sacred red light Ilghttlashln flashing g gOlt 1 out
the th eternal l truth tr thto1nen to inch andwpmen and women wonie
night after ft rnlght night night Who knows how ho
c many weary weanheart heartsore s re forlorn way ¬
far faring ing men nien1I1dwomen and women are a relnan In man an in ii ¬
stant ftnntcaus caused d to to stop and andrellec reflect t 1
which inflection l ellec > don ma may y be the turnin turning g
point JoInt that leads ieadsthe them the ni to higher hlgherapd and
better bettelthlngsl things
I The Zahesylile Zali s sviile I e Dally Courier in
an editoria l tu under u 1derJate nder date of May 24th
instant in Irireterrlng referring to the th Sunday l
School Incident Incld nt of otli a few tewdaysslllcQ t w days since
in our city says among mongotlipr other things
When Negro delegates from rom the
f Distr DJstrct Jct ict Ot Columbia Co umbla were Verebal1r barred d
from fromthe the mammoth parade given by
the < delegates and visitors s to the
Sixth xth Worlds Sunday School Con Coni
vention < in lnWashingtonDC Washington P C the
deplora deplorable ble < Insincerity of a certain
clues clnesof Of church h rch workers was shown
and a great gre t organization Was waa msplac plac
xd AJdin lit ixra A ppsitlon ppsltlonwhlch which was wascrU cruelly crul1 J1y
unfair 1
There TheIesliq shquld tt J be e no qJc 1w color e 910r lorllne line in
true Chr h QhitIanIty isIa ls lEinlty lEinltyan rilty and an andto e 19 to thfl tl1 tlcrehitr credit re dlL
4j of thegreat bulk of church workers
r it Itmus must musbe be said saldthlittliere that there Isnb Isnhds ls o dis
tinct tinctois feit 9 AS AS to tbrllce b r ice co 6r or r socia O l condl I
v f 11 I > T 1I
lion tl on
II t <
Theii T e Gourlsr Jojl rl r ISJ a white White dally tla tlaiiYfrom iiYfrom from
OW < < PWherbUcdldrp w21 r L lorp h6blla 1 bla blah h as ns Dr
Boss lias h aptly termed te te1thdl b bc c it lias liasnof a not
suc such h a t ho ldf ldo ldTon on o n ifre i ffe Peop peop op le iohave to have
crept far up thefs th thThS iils 1es of fifi f thi th the c tit 1i 1irches jrches rches
at leaW W W con Cb 1 gratulate jtat 4 atdI l tetli te tlibCouF COUF
ier ierdnf o ol on l n lttf hliinan man an1T ly 1 < anc l l1d l1dge generous ge 1 iiei r ru u uiy sy ly
ChristalikeVlstengV Chrl 1 tik Jt i fend i hd d wis v ti tion ij ijo on 0 ri i1 iy V i
that thatthp thpre 1IcO fytre Vero n D1orQ jdro 1o ic newspapers neWsjap rs
slm s1miIaot ti l li i oJt oJtli li S
pers PorsonaIaiiSooiety natandSOciety S
Dr J IN N Ross Rosspreached preached one onGot of his
S S magn magnltcent ificent sermons at his church
the Metropolitan n A M 111 E on last Iii
Sunday unday morning Dr Ross has re
cently cenUrreturned returned from rromaiecture a lecture tour
5 i through the South Southand and reports the J
condltenQfour 0nditLon or our peopler In aU parts
ot the Southland as s materially 1m J
5 proving prov Di t S t
55 Mrs ir2 Rachel Perry nf WythvllIJ
Va Is L sln in the city for foratew a few days J h
S She he cftmo c me to t attend tho th graduation t
v of other her daughter from Howard Unl I
versify ver I Ywho who finished this year and
S I vJtio Vll1 enjoys DJOY the theunlque unique dJctlncypn dcllnc tQIl of
5 baying teen chosen chooent ib fill the 1 chair hair
5 5 of i English En Jf 1In in tho thoWhoollng ho Wheolpg High
J WioPl Sth i Il before b ro relior tier gradua bJ1i4uaffo tion l from tr fro I
i IIOW rlt rlti i
v Mrs 1ir s > Laojr jJ Reelde nlJ d contempiales col1t niplMes a i
jrptt r tt > > v hej 3J slimmer sII lmer lipnio bom ZOnio IIi n JInnaa fAnas 1na t
5 Saal sail s a TTai V V4 j tfy t rfcutJ cuperMe < erateAjt9i 41t9r 4te hav zav t
ijijjj JI 1 gni6nii spJnl oll1 ontttm i ftm0ther0 Um t tber erl < ahf > will i
> i >
sr fe
5S5 S
while sway the months monthfJor of June and
July In Atlantld Atlantft qity ity listening tp
what wha the wild waves wav s have to tosa say sa r
Dr Alfred W Harris HalrlsofPeters of Peters ¬
burg Va iaade a visit to the city
last week and renewed r rineweJold Old acquaint
ances Dr Harris has a lucrative
practice in his home city c fly and nU looks lOok
prosperous and ndhappy happy
Miss lIUsiiDlanche Blanche Thomas Who ho Is a
graduate of Howard University ana an
who has been beenteachfngln teaching In Florida Florl lda
this past year yearstol1pcdover stopped over en route
to Now York Y rlt and Brooklyn to at ¬
tend t nd the Howard commncement
Miss Thomas wl11sitniri1er will summer s nimer In Brook ¬
Mr A Haysoh 13 reported as be be ¬
ing very ill Mr Jlayson Is one of
the Old o iJ land marks ma rks in the district t
and has been one ne of the active I1ctlveOdd Odd
Fellows FolIo vs of this c city ity for more than
40 years yecrsand and his mal maiiy Y friends are
sorry to hear of his lllueos and wish
him a speedy recovery S
Mr Cobb and J W WCromwell Cromwell Jr
Ieturned from Baltimore 1 flushed
with wi th vI victory toryorhavlngbecn for having been success suc ess ¬
ful In inanothel another whist whlstcont hist contest st In that
city dur during ing the thelnttei latter part i rt or of last
S i
Hon William WlIlla mt mt1ous L L Hpuslqn Houston 1ous o grand gran d
master mast rof of thuOdd thu th Odd Fellows l eHOWBLridge Lo Lodge dge
returnei from fr omChlcagoou Chicago Chicagoon On last ias Sat ¬
urday urdaen en route r l1teto to HIclimond tu t At tt t ¬
tend the funeral of Hon W 31 MT T
Forecster l Mr Forrester Forresterwas was the
first grand master mti ter of the Odd Fel ¬
lows and hell that high omcelong office long ¬
er than any van 1 an before or since He
was w hs also at one time grand mas ter
o Of f the Odd Fellow l ellow of the State of o f
I Virginia Mr MrForrestf3rpec Forrester became me
largely interested Intel sted in the th J manufac m ufac ¬
ture of ragaUnsfor rClg lIl1s tor all ahleOcret secret orders
before cefo re hlsdeatb his death
Roy Moses 108esH H Johnson of o f Chi Chl
S cago was w as the guest of o pr Dr and Mrs
Curtis during InstTfeek InstYoeelr lnst week Rev JOhn
son was a delegate llel9gato to the Sunday
School Convention and took tooltan an au act ¬ I
ive part In the denunciation of the thel l
action nc tlon of the Ibcal committee c mmltteo of this
place In reflls refusing ing the tl e right to the the
colored delegates Ilelegat ths s to participate Jar tl lpate in
the parade Rev Johnson J hnsonis is an old
Washington boy and hits h s many 1
friends here who were delighted to
see him
Dr St Clair was in Our city last
week weeltand and as usual usua l was heart and sonl
in the general generaladvancemef advancement t of How ¬
ar ard d University Dr r St CWir Is about
one of thcllveJlestexHoWurdileswlJ the liveliest exHoiftirdltea wo
know Imowan anywhere ywh re S
Rev J JEMnson E Mason Pastor In tho
A AMB M E Zion connection connection and con ¬
nected nectelwithtlioscho with the schools c ls a at t Livings Llvln ¬
ton toneollese Co College llege S C was In the city
during the whole of last la t wpek w week eltand and
participated d In Intbe the anniversary an nlversa rycele cole ¬
bration of Bishop Hoods BOth 1 1brlltlon
birthday held in Gilbralth A M E
Zion ion Church last Sunday ul1day night lIght
S Mrs Jones Jcirlea of ofAtIanta Atlanta i Ga was
among the visitors in our clt elblafit last
week She came to see her he son
graduate gl luafe v
The Th 1 lUn Ministers ister Wives wtvesAsso Assoc claU1n iation
met at the Metropolitan Church
Wednes Vednesay day d y June 1 1 Their rhelrSE1S s ssinn silon lnn
was wa Jndeed ndeeJ an Interesting one
Mrs C B Lee ee Blnghampton BlnghamplonN N
W is IsI Vls risltt s lilrig n g Mr rIla and nd Mrs Ir S J E Ei i
Den DO U628 L jppchran ochran c rnnstre Street HeWill Ue wM ll
toiiu tOI o l 7 Ma nAlAit I liW fokf tQr 9VeialvnajtL eyotnh1ay Xallay
Mr Ir LWls L LO IB iSthoOiietbrot the j J > opirletbr rietor of r the th Wife Win
Chester Hotel at t Binghainpton
Hon HonWm Wmi H Lewis assistant Unl
tedStates ted States District Attorney AttorneyfBos of Bos ¬
ton Mass Spent some time in the
city last week am among amlng n ghlsmany his many
friends and admirers Mr Lewis
was on his return trip trlptr0111 from Tuslte r
gee ge where ho went oIodoJlver to deliver the
pr prln princhlal incipal lpal address at the commencj ommenc
mnt n1 ntexerclses exercises
Mr Lewis Is 1 a an il alumnus of Har ¬
vard where wl1erellewas lie was picked one ono year
by Walter W tIteflClmp Camp as is one o ne of tho th
worlds two two best half backs ba cks He
finally enjoyed enjoyetlthe the distinction of ofbe be i
coming 1 coach ach to the Harvard team
Mr Lewis served several evoial terms tOlmsln in ¬
the Massachusetts 1l ssac hvse tts Legislature prior lr ior
to his hlsaeceiitlng accepting thpplescntposltlon the present position
to which he was w as appointed by exj ex e
PresldmtR09seVelt President Roosevelt
On Sun Sunday Sund dl y even e eu 1inga ing > a t t t 5 5oclock oclock P 1 >
M f Hon HonC C L k Moore and and wife wl e will will
give an oratorical ora to Icaland and poetical en ¬
tertainment at the IsraeIC11 Israel C JI E
Church at First and B Streets S
VProf VV v Prof Mpore lIfp recqllies cpmes well wellrecom recom
mended tnen ded and will be glad to have h wo his
jntertalnmeht well patronized patro lzeJ
Mrs Lew Lewis is V Vor Green ence celebrated lebrat d
the he 36th anrilveiuary of f her birthday bir thday
1 it t 317 317J0 John 4n Marshall Marshall Place N W
uesday evening May 31 1910
Among her guests were Mr AJid md d
Irs Thaddeus Le Lewis iwls llr Mr and an Itrs trs
homas rhomasParrer Parker Miss Sus ie l Matinee
Ilss Anna BroWn DrownandothersNu1 and others Nuni Nu
rous presents were r rl reived ceived lvedby by the
elebrants Refreshments were
erved S
The Y MC M L C A A was addressed addressedlJn ori
ast a t Sun Sunday day May 29 by Rey Dr Dr i
Abraham br hanl Simon Simonot of the 8th Street
emple remple at tht thcT th True TzueItetormers u Reformers Reorme rs Hall
l Lath gthtind th and You Streets st Str etsN te Ni N WR W Rabbi l1b1 j
lnon llmpn spo spoke ite to to a linout tiout liOOO men men on
lhesu he subject Jectof of Self i Respect and
reatlon of Respect In Others He
s sP jras P as optimistic as a to the tholittureot future o os f
he race race and Impressed 11ppross dupon upon his
learers the 6xtreme xtrem need as asw a well llns as I
he ha great gr reat atvn ia Va lue of education eJu ca tl Jn 1
Miss Anise A nlseJci Lew is Parker J1lirltE1r I1 iirlcer of o f Spa
cane Washington Is vlsltng viSltJil > heV J1o
dther thar Monte oiitf Lewis L Lth5of wJS of O lblsclti t tIis ls city eit
Mr Ir JaU1osT James T N Newman iln1as has resign
Id d his hlslosltto position ostto n nas as idsitant ai i14 liitant l tantlri In the
l Ibrary of th unUe4gtdfeaSettitp dnH dnite4 4 t tcJSertMc t s SeitC J
Its resignation reslgnaUont took t olt k effect May l y3I 31 1
list ustpassed passed t
The colored coloredcltl c ct1zons lflzens ens of Gibson i
Irove rove lid are cons ider l lelh idoring elh ing g the he ad
Isablllty k kof of organizing a training tra ining c
ehooltoryo1ng ebool hool for ypHng men and women J
vher rhere r her all pf of the brnncl1estrom branches from ele y
lentary manual training and such r
i lgher igho h hrancljes rancljes r 1 Jje ha nal1ookleeplnS bookkeeplngy J
yp ypewritlng wr Ungapd and stenogrllpJiywIU tenograpliy will be
aught lug iit
ProfEC Pl1fECMorrlsof PI3f E C Kprrls 6orris of Helena Ar
ansas lectured at the Second Bap D 3ap p
1st t Church on Tuesday Tu sday sJ y May Miiv Mi 3 3
lIs Is ejibje su esbjeef J cowns jct t was Tho ThA ThXnirlc e Amerlcan mer 1 can lse I
ro and the Fulfillmen Fpl lhnent M Mof t of ora of a ProDh prou Pro h
cy L H
3 JBMcGyrln B 3 McGwin at 1505 9th 9tl1street Street
J Wio W has hn Juvented lnvetitella a carnet carpet lining 1
lileli 111 11 Is I clean safe Hafeani arcan and hlurab1e durable It
9 i entIrely entlrolvdlff dlff d1ffreut qrent rer it from t the c Old 5
Iftp9r lining Tbllcompo Thn compositfop ltlon ot
be e llnlDB JlnIDgJ1laltcs ciakes iakee It 11 pBuslblo to save salei i
110 Ie e carpet and its ts durttblllty adds to j
B sYaltt valttOi
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Wedding Receptions
Women de dflnotlemovo d not remove their hats
at formal afternoon receptions rec eptions Hats
should not be be worn in the evening
There bore should bematdsln be maids In attendanco atten diu lco
o a take takocaro care ca re of wraps The hr bride ido does
tot ot furn furnish ish i h carr carriages iages except tor her
immediate party Guests proyHe
the theirown lrown ir own The matron n nof of honor and
bridesma id he help lp rece receive ive guests stand standI
tag ng next to the parents of o the bride
groom If Ifyou you take a afrlend fr friend iend w with ith
you youp p only the most formal formalIntrfJIuc intrpducr Introuc
lion Is required and you ou do dOl1otre not re ¬
ma in to talk w ith tho rece receiving iving line
Nothing more than congratul congratulations ongratuln tion9 ona
to the i nowlym newly married rrid couple are arere re ¬
quired qulredexceptatriendlygreeting except a friendly greeting to
their respective parents If if the th9re re
ceptton ce ptJolllncludesa includes a dance and supper
the guests go to the dancing danclngtlool floor lm im ¬
mediately they have greeted tIre re ¬
ceiv celviag ing line IIneNbw New York Telegram Telegram
Woman to Woman
The woman who whoror for any reason
cannot get g t on with women Js is prepar ¬
ing Ingfar for herself a lone lonely ly old age She
may maYbe be beautiful witty a favorite
with the men ye yet t there are times
when she shereaJlze realizes s that in one sense
she sboIs ho is a a failure She Slleaslts asks herself
Whether wbe ther one onoot of the most tangible tan lble
forms of ofsuccessisnct successls not to get on onvith with vitli
people And the greater success successas Sas as
she also also begins beglnst to observe observeISto observeis Is to get
on with women w omen TO get on w ith men
is much less lessdls distinguished tingulshed for the
odds are all in her favor Men are
not critical cr ltlcalin In thelrntUtu their attitude de toward
her and respond quickly qulc tiyto to atten ¬
tion or kindness seldom seldomquestlorilng question questioning ing
the motives underlying underl lnr either as
members s sof of of her own sex sexare are prone
to do says Womans Life It seems see ms
impossible for roracertalil a certain class of wo
men to be fair to women ergo ergoltla It is I
equally imposs Impossible ible for them to get on
with other o ther women
Widow Wf owPnys Pays For Breach Drel1cbotP Drel1cbotPomlse of Promise omlse
A widow of fiftyfour years yea eatslnLon in Lon ¬
don donh has sbeenorderedto been ordered to pay a ayo yo iing
man of ottwentyfiveyears of twentyflve years 500 for
breach ef efpromlse f promise to be married m r il d to
him The Theyoung young man is lsJ isJick Jack c kDenny Denny
Bower a drapers drnpersasslrtantj assistant who says
g Blent 2Ie at13reas Breast Drcns tof tofLan1 of Iinin Jnml
3 cold coldwaterbitn wa water ter bring to the hel he 1
fsalt i salt saltbalf half a dozen < pepperc plJPPCrCI
cloves cJov es twosmaIlea two small earr rr dts s
2 parsley y ya a stalk of celery
of hourly hour take tak out the themeat meat
w with ith butteri butter sprinkle aprlnltlewlth with
g e eovenUselhobroth oven ovenUselhobroth Use the broth roth for or s
that Mrs Jesusa J Jstis sus Agnes Ebsworth a
grandmotherj grandmothermad injad made < j l Idyo v to t him and
cve oven P prpmi4pe m s ifo ettlea 4 set setaiodu tJp u n
of r rn n noney n tli h fl iry4 lF 1t ri g
Thotwomctabotlt Tiew The two met about threeYears three years ago
and a nd b becamotriends became ecamotriends friends Bower Bower alleged
that Mrs Ebsworth wrote him en ¬
dearing letters letters and that they Visited vIsite d
ahot a ho botil t < jl linCUhol1 in Clifton where wlerethey they occu occu ¬
pied separate s parate rooms roomsandhe and he was wnsde de ¬
scribed zcrlbedas as Mrs Ebswor ths thsnephew nephew
Tl1erewRs There was testimony tegtlmOl iy that Mrs Ebs ¬
worthp worth paid ld the th bills Mrs MrsEbsworth Ebsworth
denledsl1e denied den ied she ever agreed to marry the
young man and said that the letters
Bower put putlnevldence putin in evidence were werowritten written by
herasaolt her as asa a Joke to the they young youn ungman man She
says that thatarte after he heproposedmarrlag proposed marr marriage iage
teher te her she sheordered ordered him never nevartospeak to speak
to her The jury however thought
the 5oung oungman oung mans s feelings had been be en
wQundedNew woundedNew wounded New < York Press ress
Pleasant Pl nsarit2Inlmer Manners S f
Life would be more moreUvable liva livable ble If Ifmore more I
ot if us u s felt It Itadu a du ly tyfo to be bepleas pleasant n t
ow Owever ever things mlglitgo might go I
An old woman womnnon once co told toldaglrlwlth aglrl with I
1 i Puritan Pur itan conscience Stop StopworrY1 v vworry worry
iqg ng so much muc h habou about t the therlghtrJnd right and
prong of things and keep smiling
md nd you you youwlIl wUlmake will make this thisworld world a abetter better
DIlceP place ilace
The T eglrlwho girl who lear learns lsto to keep smll
in ng g gwhensl1e when whensl1e she would much rather
weep eep or storm stormhasgalleda has gaiped a yictbry ylctory
ver herself beyond beyondi i penanc penance and
astihg >
Be pleasant v pleasantflrst ilsant > first from a sense of ot
lutYand luty uty and It klWlI1s001pec will soon become lin0 habit 1
f Riillr sUllelnej sulkinebeIt tnflHRlr tafplt e t m ill tempernag tflmrifir temper nnf nag
Ing can get a grip on character why 1
lot ot pleasant pleasantwa ways ys 1
If ItYO1 you cultivate a pleasant manner mann manner r
rom rom up o other otherreason41 reason do EO through
IfInterest elfinterest The girl who tb i agree I
ble never moans over the theworlds worlds
rea reatxnent tent t ent Solomon 3 lomonlcnew lomon knew when When he h
ldvIsedtl idvis dvised ci tie o sOft answer answerruie riiie for
ivihg 1 C
3Iake 1i1akeapleasaI1tmanner fako a pleasant manner your youtirulc rule
rbeJleaceotmlnd he 1 peace fit mind that follows free 1 1
iom bmvfrom trom brawls snappy snappynu answers werll i I
nd Irritability adds years to toryour to t your
If a and to yoU f success succcssfn in > life 1t T
hdlanapolis ti lanapoUsNews News
Sbmo SomoOldtimeSalngs Sbm Oltltlmo Sayings
Everybody EerYbdy knows tnowssom ome omeoldsbyings old olds sayings ylnga
jhlcli hlch feW9f few of us uspe perhaps rhpps believe beUe ve In
Fur lr hearts helrisYet helrisYettalt Yet Yeti i talt although o1Jgh we do donot npt not
elleve them t em still stihlwe w wy we y e elre nre Interested l
n ii them themr r and nd es s often ftenasnot as not follow foUqw
h i tie directions notwithstanding Xlotwlths tandlngtb that t
re e may mayscoft scoff at a t the resu lts As Ast for r t
istance rls tance most people pick up a pin I 1
hen l they see seelt it but they theYdonot do not
he herish rJsh any hope of the action affect t
ig the be beir ir r luck luc When Vhen our ears burn c c
7e o say some one is speaking of otue us
erchance we thin k we speak truly c
roba robably bly we wado do not B
Here Here however howeverares are ares some meotherold xne other old
Imosaylngs Lm me sayings given for w wliatthey wliat tia it they are re
ror rortb prth th if If you yo
Drop Drop a slice sU e of bread or butter a
ungry visitor wll wilt w ill come come
Eat a at tg goose ose on oIlMIchli61mas Mlchiielmafl Day Dayyou you a
lit hayo ha ve plenty plen y f tmoneythroughout money znoneythrougho throughput t h
IB ecoJ11ln coming year B
Pick an linoak linoakapple oak apple with wIt a a worm In 11
you will be rich with a fly ft h in in it
owever oveverpovertymust poverty must be yours OuT8 li
Meo Meet a aman man with wItha a yVpodeu w odcu d u leg c
o on aii U 11 may 1y expect xpec a asurprll surprise iJ soon oI V
BreaK Drea your Y0 aprpn pr9nstrlngyour pr9n string jour 0
iver is thinking thInkiof of QfY you u e q
Eayo HayoaI an irritation Irr tBttonoftie tBttonoftiethbt of ofthetbt the p rjBDtfcpt thbt fIQ fott t tl t
you jouw will Jl wall wa wak k I on str strange pga ngQgrouDd groundwltn h
goOd results res re ltaiyour lts your loft loft foot hiy b hai V1rlg irig g
the opposite effect i
Break says WomnntlLlfe Womans Life your
needle needlewJien when henSewing sew Bowing ing a agarmentYou garment you
will wilIllYQ Hyp 1iv to towea wear It t out
See S lafr a fro lt sitting on dry ground d
fn In the thespr spr lngtimc ngtlmeiyouwmshedas you will shed aa
many tears louring u urIng rlnthe the Tear yearls jia s will
ma makoapondlargu make keai a pond large enoug Gl1ougl1forltto enough h for it to
Bwlniln swi 1n
Jl Bleached achCIl Hair
This is is preenjinen prce i1 Ineritly tly the th time for
women who have been dyeing or
bleaching rthelr th lrh1r hplr hir to todlscontlnuo discontinue
the theprnctlce practice for so so much mlichfalse false hair h lr
can be wornnowthat worn wornflow now that the head can
b bo ocon1pleteIY complete completely ly cOvered c vered with It dur ing
the thope period iOd that the tresses are reV r
galnlrig thelrinatural thel naturalshade shade
Timed without vithout number nuner jam I I am asked
i by my correspondents correspqndentshow how they cad
restore color colorhavlng having changed it by
dyeSi dyes yes and andm myjpnly mpny tpnlt answer it by mas
sage snge ibru brushln shlh and a t copious c plous use o at f
o oils ils The last perhaps the most im ¬
portant t is y manifestly rnanitest1 anlfes tltlmposslb Impossible e
when ones own hair must niustshow show but
w whe hen n false fal ep p pices ieces ces are aroused used the head
may be del delug deluged g ed d an and d the oil will not
shpw s how t
The Ii IichlethJury chief chlethJury In jury done the ha hair ir
through h dsfiltij dp i ohlea or o i bleachfng hfng Isth is the th
drying of natur l1 naturU tu tlolisUl ll oils ui unti it iti the locks ckli
starve or orbecomsocrlsp becomV hecom so crisp they break
constantly rons taIiUY
Oil Oi1s 011 is Is s the best bestIUethpd methpd of nourish
leg as s massage mns mnssie sige is is best to dr drIve ive It It in into to
tho pores In inblden C d n tally tallYJ J massage ma ssage
stimulates sthnull1tesclrculatlon circulation Ordinary
tonlcstha tonlcsthatls t is those for ordinary ordina ry
conditions o otthe of f the scalp scalpwill will be in ix
efficacious A combination of swee t
almond 1 oil Ij Ijp putting p uttIng ha half lf an ounce ounce u itc 1 of
tincture pf xjantliarldes f i antharldes to to eight e ght
ounces of 0 oftho tlhe the o oh lUishelpful i j Is ishelpful 1e1 Vful Almond hnond
oil ollis IB alsonou also nourishing n rlshing
Either is tobe put puton on every overynlg night iit
that is literally 1I lithvally eral1ypoured eral1ypouredover poured over the
sca scalplt scalp lp It islwpbss Ig is hIossiblo p ss ible lblothn that t too to muc much h
oil shall shall shallgo go on d 1 When the head has
been wet In this tlIl1way tlii way the thewho who whole le scalp
shou should houldbepres ld be presse prosed et d with Iththo Iththofinger the theflngertipa d finger tips
bending the th l ln kntic knttces n jt tles les to move mov the
scalp scalpoverlheskul over thes hoskut1 kull Eac EachsecUonis Each h section is
to tobepres be pressed presedfor sed for or three or four fou r rm m miii in IJI
coretwo Coyer two breasts Wasts of o rlambwith lamb with
toll and skim Jldd A Ac id d a a teaspoon tfll poon of
rns ai ailarge alargeo large pnloastiick OIlstuck with three hre
one on small w whle hUe I IOIlstuck iur turnip rilp a sprig flprlgof of of
and an dabav a bay leaf le af Simmer Simmer for fortwo two
remove the bones b j1esandtrlm ies and tr trim im Rub
seasoned seas ned crumbs cr ni6s ni6sandhro ni1s and andhro brown wli In lathe the
oup I
B i j
Il utes fesin in this t wyii wyiithon V w khe1anO thon anober ano Jher her > rUb rub
bh1 bing rnust4e us h he e l lventq1 tbeoI fol
1 1l Iitoth l P i Ml j1 > Jj > g
ho ettl athorough oro l1ghi Eushing shlng us ln ing ii long
bristles bristles that tliatwijl jngp n g througl throusfhe hro ilth the hair ha
and andre teach cl1 ih thd ssalp s 1k
T 1hewhole hp hewhoIo wholei itei iteiient tte tn1 ient nt wIlt wuftakl3 take at it
least ten el an d i Srbbaply lr rbbabl ba1JI fifteen flfte nor or
twenty tW nty mlnutesvat mlnutesatnlJht pdnutes iLt night and it is not no t
to tobe be thought that all the oil will wUlbo bo
a bsorbed by the th i scalp in this time
To ro o tllecontr the contrary r y muc mu much h hw will wil lll remain rema in
and tliehead the head will not look neat
if 1ecessary necessary it may be
tied in Inathln a thin bandage itndage ndagefor for the n night ight
Oil in quan quantities tities It must have and In
the morning if taore more oil can be ab ¬
it shou should jd be bt applied appll d The
locks clts are tbentwisted then twisted closely closelrbu closeI but t tnot not
tightly around nd r ihe he back of the head
and Ihe various variouslsWliches switches affected by
fashion are pinned plnnedol on to completely J
cover the natural l tresses
Unpleasant t ta as a s this this tr treatment eatmen t tmay may
seem Itls It ls the the 1 only one fJnethat that will ex ¬
pedite clltetheireturn thereturn io onatural o natural color
dry hair hairafter after arter1thas It ithas has been bleached bleac hed
to to make maltethe the trouble tr uble worse worsOMar Mar
aret Mlxter in1 the Washington Star
I9NGS I S 1 1
Shoes Shoeshav have havetan fancy ran J y buckles bucklesand and sre
with gay gnylc gaylycoiored ly colored lored stockings st cklng1
THe newestpocltCt x newest pocket handkerchiefs h nl kerchleb
re tiny Unyivlth with the th tbco1dreIbor coldredbor co We bor der de very
e 1
Crys tal t tnL l fr fringell fringeand ingef and a n nembroIdery embroidery in
rystal rYl3talbeads beads are are used on evening
owns ownsi i
In Int the thefashio 1e fashibsabie t shlQ n bleBhopsthe bIeshpps shppsJthe the draped dra i d
r rin incess e s la the th be le Iedng q dfng lng model lP el for tpr tho tho
ressy frock N
Onaoftheprct Onoftbe neo bo vrc peyoriments tjrol11 yprhaments mentsforitho forths
air is lsabutterflrma sa a butterflrmade buttclIri male cof ot f i WWte whtc and i id
old sequins 1
jIiInjj Iii hle a ne Oir W hld of fthe tli
reasOn easoDldmerelY fs fsl fsmerely l l merely a cold 14 Japanese1 I
hadeofblue I
Pypress Cypresivgreeij cypress gr gremie e y j iJe pewter te tegna igrlr igrlrnd gray and nd 4
e 1ic te faWri fawnsIfliilenrqsoft sKade lidehr 1 arp soft itlnti i ti 1
hat h hataropOpilbJ tarep arepopular1 pllar 1
White WhIt iser s prg hr 4o su G cults uuah its have Yebt Yebtc biacfc blacL r c k ko ors o os
cpjlar4atid4uffs cqll cqiar4 r ln an Vtffs ffs Green arena isa lsp >
ised oh dark d rkbluo blue >
The T tlcha chateclerpump t cle clertptp rtptp t Kasahls baa a l ligh lg ii
and n 11 decoraitlye dec decOr rli tve ve narrow JilJr owtoeIt toe it It
3 unusua unusa2Iy 1alIy lly 1rch arched rchd d
Earrings are Ilreyriryplctureque yory picturesque pctur que par par
Icularly when worn rn with Ith the th 9 9l l quain
o lffures olffuresn flOw w in vogue Iogu
Embroidery flounclngs fllluri llsu cingsa h gs land i1da d a all ll j
vers are tp bei be very much used usedthl thin t
eason for pretty prettytro pretty1rocks ff rocks ks
The new yells r are irO novel and con can
but bntno no t t1comi ftecom be comin ihg g Colored cilorei j c
ceV veils U8af0 are still popular p1Iar
Foulards i plain pl lii ana and figured flgitridp l1Jd l1Jdt t p nre t
Jlled JlIedWIU1great l1ecl with gfea greauc jt Success uc SS The deep d et > 1 I
em emreachlni reaching to o he h l knees 1cn nffJ is I a ah ha bapp IPJ px c
of the tboptoblem problem pobiemot ibi Ct f contrast c
lgBllJ lgBllJS sUks sUks S M
Wbu W Woqld Wouli oqld td you Y l Iiay bavO aV a delectable wrap w r 1J ci < J
avtir1Ishort very 1 shorttlm 1P w Weil n H take ake the he t
E aqc < c p at i t one neet cttha of the private pr private vate t
lows It was slhaply sf slmplya nplynhu a Huge o1 square 1 h
f fpao pale rpse rsols roeatin satin Uni crnambnted Cir JamontedoIl on s
ich hcorn corner l with wit JtIj a abcvy heavy h vYd1n dull stiver vpr ii
issel an azu d dotd 1 fior cord otd tf tft t n
A AJ J j
Lobster Snladl SnladSlU1de Sandwic h
Remove the meat from two Job
s ters tersnndcutall and cut all edible partsin parts In
pieces Have Hav slices pf bread breadctlt cilt thin
of the s size ize and ndshapb shapia desired d slred and
well buttered Make a ar mayonnaise
dres I1resitbg > ihg as follows Two Two r teaspoons
mustard ul3tar4one One teaspoonful teas poonful salt saltnG sa1
tablespoon sugar two tablespoons
melted meltedbuttqr buttpr eight elg httablcspoons tablespoons milk
five tablespoons tabJespocnsvlnegaroileweli vinegar oho one wol
beaten egg Boll until It thickens
fpreadtbcbread pread the bread with mayonnaise
nd work the res rest t In with the lobster
Cover a s lice lice with Yit 1 the prepared p epared fill
Ins In place another alli > t ers slice l1co on It anc and
wrap in krarainne rarafflno rnramnepnperunt1l paper until needed i
Boston Post
Choco diocoIate late lnteF Fudge F td tde ilge e
Put two tOCupssugar cups sugar y a half cup
milk a nquarter quarter cupi CUp butter and fo four
squares u rcsof of chocolate Into a a saucepan
and an t tslmmer simmer tenIl1ln ten minutes tesi
Take Takefrom from the ho fire add a dd one oil tea
spoonfu spopurlllyanllIa spooi iful l vanilla and stir for fo 1 flvemln
Utes utestintl until soft and creamy creamy Pour in
buttered pans
To Tomalto make the plain Vassar Vassarfudge fudge
add to two cups wlilte granulated glanulatedor granul tedor or
soft brown brownsugar sugar one onecupfll cupful thick
cream Cre 1111F1u Pu t t this tfiIsovcr over the fire fire and
whsn w1 wivn < n it It ge gets ts hot add nd fa a quarterca quarter ca cake ko
chocolate grated gratedorbrokenin or broken in in One ne
pieces Stir constantly constantlyI1ndvlgorous and I1ndvlgorous vigorous ¬
ly liWhenltreac When it it reachesthe llesthe bo iling llngpoln point t
add adiIa a tablespoonful tablespoonfulbu butter ler and keep
stirring untlln until a little poured on a
saucer saticercrean creams s with beating Take
fro from ln the fire beat bentuntli until until cool c oo l and
pour In buttered uttere d tlhsNew tins New York
Cream of Tomato TO 1l1toSoup Soup
Scrapo two young carrots peel p el ono Dna on
young OUI1g turnip and cut into slices to ¬
gether g ther with ai a stalk stal t tor or two of celery
a it leek l elt and nnd aS111allonlon a small onion Add Addnfcw a few
sprigs of parsely half ha lf a abuncl1 bunch of
chives chivescutlnsmalll11tsand cut In small bits hltsand and a clove of
garlic garllclfdeslred If des desired ire d Cook Co olt for an hour
In three cups wa ter terthenndda then add a quart < uart
can of tomatoes Simmer gently for
two twohours hours longer then stra strain in through
a colander col mdcr Melt Meltll a large irg ta bjespopn ble bespoon poon
ful butter butt r In a saucepan stir stlruutll until
rather brown then add two table
spoonfuls flour When blended stir
In a cupful cupfulot of the hot soup stock
then turn the thickened m mixtur ixture xtur back
in Into to the t tesouppo esouppo soup pot t Cook Cook tenor ten or fit ¬
teen m minutes inutes itutesseas season seasOn n with a ltable f table able
spoonful salt salta a scant scal1tteaspc teaspoonful n fulpep pep ¬
per and a Jeaspoon teaspoonful fut sugar sllgnrServe Serve
hc het t with fried Wedor or toasted d crouton routo
Washington Star
Southern Beaten Boa ten Biscuit j
Sift toge ther therone one quart flour tl urj asalt a salt
spoonful salt saltan1ahalfteaspoonful and a half teaspoonful
baking bald powder Rub into the flour
with wltl1tl1e the tips of the fingers a heaping
tablespoonful tables poonfullard lard then add addac a cup p Of
milk l1kor pr or enough eno glltoma to make ma koi lto astiff aStllliough dough
Bwfferhan stltfer 1J ffJjJa ianfor lf6r 1 tbread bread No Noiv 0 yltyou i tfyon tY9
fbw X tb9ld4tm h 91 tPe mcbosf t ti Qtibl beat t
fr s take > abl1 a biB biUcu u Ilt ltfieater beater or orrolUn rolling
I P Pnalld p1 in nalld and teat eat ttieTdough tli Jdougl1ona on a block b oc cof of f
h I1I hiI1d W d woo wood d until It Itbllsters blisters and an dpops pops
Ii I ie lakes takesastronr a strong arm Arm and a nsklIlful skillful
ono to to beat beatw well n Cut Cut into Intdrounds rounds
about t the s size ize of o a nwa watch tcl1 me medium medium dium
size slzel pr ick with a a fork for forl and bake
about thirty tbirtymlnutes minutes in In a moderate
pven If you ou like short cuts In in your
culinary cUlhiarymethodl1 methods instead instead of otheatlng beating
try ruunlng the dough dougl1 through a a
food chopper about sir times This
bllsterslho bllstersthodoulhaswell dough aswell as its sthe the tra tm ¬
ditional method l beating and can
be done In Inrt a tenth of the time
Washington Vash1ngto nStar Star
Thn 1j
Use U spur ou our milk mllkandsa1 and ln salt alno to brighten I
candle c ndle s ticks
If Jtyour your grocer furnishes kerosene
which gives a dim light light put a little 1itt1 i
alt in the bottom of oftheJamp the lamp then th n 1
111 wltlLoiJ with oil and al1dyou you will wlllpe be surprised
it the result
Tie ttpa up a piece of ptyelIn yellow beeswax
n a rag raga and 14whe when whe tlielre the Iron I Js s almost Ill st stl
not quite hot enough to t tdusc user us rruh rub l
t qulcklywlththe qulcklywlth the wax wax axandthOnvjth audi ndtlicnwlth i ihen With
i coarse cloth
By 3y rubbing fiJ b ng a nfr fresh eal lemon 1l3mol1tl 1l3mol1tlOI thoiv OI
lughly into Into a sponge and rinsing IB
liikeyarm waterseveraIUmesitwllJ ivater ater several times it wilt
Iecomp as a sweet Bweetandclean and clean as when j
Jew W w
In n baking 1 ltirgblscu biscuits blaiu its have the 1 oven v vl l i
at a t first i but lower ow er the tempera
uro ure1 lust st a alIttle little before the biscu btscu biscuits lts its
re ready a dytot to 1 take keout out This This wlll add
terlally terlallylnmaldng in making the theblscultlf biscuits
Take Talteo o old ld f d Meces jeces teces Of ot laco J cec curtains c rfal11s rtai a
l ip In thin thlns starch arcb fay on place p place lace to tolio bE be
with quite q te a hot iron
it he st atch j idis il Ji ttpks tcks ii the lli llic piece J c e eol ol 011 i and 1 nd
r ill stay t1Y till l th5 ho e curta curtains ins are lre washed
gain alni
Dqntv Dqn Dont tseJect select a nl large rseplittorn pattornf for or a
mal na fl flroom room for it Itwmbkout itIll lllba beout out o opro f f pro
decrease decreas It itS i size In a
lacs caoftbis of this kind Idndchoose choose something omo tI ln
mal and and dainty dall1tyandthechar and the charm m will
e enhanced ii
Dont1 Don use tisea a sttlped ati iped paper in a place
1th Hha a high bl h ceiling clIIngA A room of otI I that
escr lptlon should shouldhaveafigllred have a figured
Ido ldewaUwlth wall with a pattern of ofgmorous generous g norous
i roportlpns r tfons If Ittli Ittlispace the 4 space admltst adm admits its of f
hnttrentnient hat treatment The Thesaine same adv advice dvlc ice e ap
t to materials
tow many ma ny know knot1 that at by adding
omm omnien n table salt to gasolene you
an anremova remove spots from clothing clqtblngor or i
he most delicate 1 fabr fnbrfeswithout fabrics ics without
ving a arlng v vr bring r ring lng around tlr Und the the edge dge
lel1ned1rrlinya Many a dry drycleaner cleaners sbUl bill
an bo > saved by bYUseful useful ttsefuhlcnowledge knowledge J nowl dge
i Doafc put heavy he llvy toned color cqlorjf In
lark rkoTl1edlumJlght or medium light lightrooms rooms ho nomato no mat
er 11657 hibv much you like JIIt them themPtten Often
he saiesmfii salem ri i not notkpowlng knowing w where here the
Ight Comw cone Ifom or o how 110 the room is
ttuatedln In n order to tomilltea make a sal salo a
rges what wh t he iesees sees s es the thecustomor customer fan faJAoo
o t
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Ihiportniico Iniportn1IceptGooartonds Ip0rthflcefGood < > ff Good ribndsi R nds
Wo Wehnve1ocelvt3d haye received a l1coN copy of theire tl Jre mc
port portby by th thp Sanato Comm Committee ittee on o tl
Agriculture recpmmohdlng recb111 ioI1illng thoenacijr t thoenac 1o inac
ment of or ofSenate Senate Bill No No6931 0931 provld
ing for r rnn an Appropriation I IPprop JI1t n of Of 50D000 00GI oo o i
for e estenslon oetensionot of this th work V l tof of tho tb 0
U SOfdce B Qflc of otpubllo Public Roads In Inald aid ¬
ing In the tiu dmpro improvement YOnient of the nubile 11ub publi le
highways Senator E1e enator hatQr i JH TUBankhead Bankhead
oC Aiabania Ala Alabama nmaln ih his hi ispec speech hjJn On on the the bill bil I
The T h natipnai n ngtlnaI torii11 Governments do doernme ernme nts Of or ora all a l1 1
the principal lln clpaln nhtlons tions of ft1ie the world worldex ex ¬
cept ceptthe the United United States actively ac tively > aid ak I
and encourage encbulagethe the building and andmaIn main
tenance pfpubltc ovu IJllc roads France Frlll ce has ha S
the most superb system syste m mof of roads in ii 1
the thew wpr world Qr ld ldi i completed o nplfJt 1i at a at total tal cost cos I
of 612775000 612775000r 612775000rhoefrectofthese The r Thoeffect rhoefrectofthese effect of these
roads upon thcl11ator1al the material prosperity of o f
the French Frtlnc hpeoplQ people Is indicated Indlcat d ih in the tlu I
follow following ing extract edr ct from a nreport report by IJ hI
Francis U RLoomls Lopmls Loomis cpmm commercial prc lal agent
at atStEtfe St Etienne neFrance France date dated d dApr Apr il 1
The Th road ro d system of France has haE ha i
beoii 1 becnof e1311 of o rfarJr far fargreater greater atervaluQto value to the t ecou coun n
try trya3a asa asanleans means t 1eansot of irals ralslngthevalue raising ing the thevalue va lue of ol
i ilandsi land lands kl1nd and ndof of putting thesmaJi the small peas
1 ant proprietors propr Ietors in easy easycommul1lca comrau communica rilca
tlbri tl 1 wltlithoir wlt11tholrn1l1rlte markets nrnrketsthan tstli than l1h have vethe the
railways l it Is is die i 1eol op o1inion inion lnionof of well
lnfOrme in ormedFIen i iv iFrehchmen Frehchmen v hmen who have hnve made
j a aliractlcal practical study stu dy of ecpnom tc l prpb rob
J JIeins louis that tho superb roads of France
have h vebeen been one oneoftl oneoftlemoststeadyand onepf of the tlipmoststeady emoststeadyand most steady > and I
potent contributions con trlb tlo to the the material mater 1ill
deve deyelopmeI1tandmaryelous development lopment and marvelous financial
elas elastiCity ticity of the thecountlyTbe country The far
reaching and splendidly SIJlendldiy maintained
road roa lsyst < system mhasdhtnctly has distinctly favored avor d
the tbes1ccess success otthosmall of ofthe the small landed nd d pro ¬
prietors and in lptlielrprosperity their their prosperity and r
in the ensuin g distribution of wealth I
lies the key key to the secret of the the won won ¬
derful vitality ande and solid ild prosperity
of o r the French Frenchnntloll nation
As Asa a result of the th Improved hnprov d con
dltiott pf of the theroads roads In these coun ¬
tries tr ies their farmers haul hau produce produce to
market marltetat at an average cost of only
ten tencontsper cents per t01l1j t01l1jr ton per r mll mile and n nlln In
some ome cases cases It is as low as seveii scen
cents while as a areillto result of f the bad
conditions of ofAmellc American n roads our
farmers farmersnre are forced olce d to topay pay an naver average e
expense 1 Of twentythreecents twentythree cents per
ton tpnper per rnlleoh mlleonerery every ton tonotproduce of ofproduce produce
hauled hau led to mar market ket ketOl or shipping point
Indiana 1ndlaual Farmer armer I
Improving the Roads
Of OfNew New NowYorlt York ork States Stat s 80000 miles
of ofpu pu public blic highways I ighws running through
her < 3p47680b 30476SOOacros3000 30476800 acres 3000 are State
roads roadsmalntinedbytheStaterhe maintained by the State The
remainder lemnlndernreundel are under the care care caO of ofcoun conn co un
t tyor ty y or town On January 1 11909 1 1909
when whe ithe 1 the new State Highway HlghwilYCom Highway Com ¬
mission mlsslonWlscr was created atedi there were prac ¬
tically tlcal y 2000 I 0 00 miles mUeso of fhlghway highway macad ¬
amized djnow now 24QOmllesare 24Q Q miles are Jmpr improved pve l
This Th s3ear year the commiss commission ion hopes 110pestoln to In ¬
i crease the thelnlles m miles iles improved mprovedbypelhaps by perhaps
BOO and to Increase each year until
the thet6tal to totnl tal per year yea1wllln w will ill amount nlou nt to 800 BO
orlDOO miles
Thus far far t this 1lsyear year 12 120 contracts
for rorJmlJtov fornpov iniploved d roads Tpadsliav haye been J e let le i by Y
the e cotm Qrpm l lssioi I aDlinrr and morjcOntracts co1tr ts
i vmbEl ylllbeawardedi il1 beawarad Varde j > lJ1I > Tlils IS w wil11 IIJJeJheast illibetbo the ilast last
until until fall fnllorwlntelj or orwiitOr winter enabling the sue s c
cesefu ces3ful i bidders bidders Idders to t get ready for work
early next spring
Wider the law aweoin Epma somework work must be bd
I Ido done do ne In Ina a all ll countleswhoEeroadsal counties w whose hose roads are e
to be beIl11provedllt Improved at atthe the same time The
120 contracts awarded tl tills fsyearca year call ii
for the building l ulldlng of f 430 m iles of high ¬
way at ata a totalcostot total costof 5600000 Of
this thlatotal total the State will pay p ya a ahbtzt bout b t1t
4500000 and thecpitnties the counties and
towns towns the remainder >
Of Gfthe the work Woldrmhacted cautwcted for l 15S
miles mflesnleStat are State trunk trl1n k lines hl e and a dabout about 1
272 miles county cou nt ntroadij roads road The Tlie State St te
pays ays the entire entllec cost sto of of ftho the trunk
jines lin lines es while the State county and nd
foVnsshalethe towns share the cost of Ijftbp tho county untr
roads The contracts to be awarded d
will amount to t about a 500000
bringing tbetotal thet the t otal talou outlay lay for the sea
son sonto to more m oro than 6000000
The trun tr trunk unk k lines will traverse tr verse the
State from fro1ii from east to west and from
south sopthto to north On One One trunk line lIneI will l
run runfro from New York City to Platts
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Pla ttsburg ttsburgthe the trunk line line w will ill l1pro pro
cee cce d 4westerly westerly westerlytnoughOg through Ogdensburg densburg
Watertown and Oswego to Syracuse
where wheroltwiUjoln svheroIt it w will ill jo join in the main mainarterx artery es
tending tel1c llng through thi ughtl1 the centre centrouth of u the
State StatohomAlban from Albany to toBuflalorhls Buffalo This
central artery will pass through h Api j v
s terdam Utica Uticiij UtIc j Syracuse yracOs rac s and an tiR Roches ROch ch s I
A tl third lrdc east s f fand and wes west t t trunk trun k line <
Will Ill rirathrough run unthrou through gh the the southern souUie sotithemntlcof rn tier tiel of
counties and will wiUpass pass through throughthe the
c cities ciUesofBlnghnmtom of BlnghamtorjiElmlra ElmlraCorn Corn
Ing ingOlean Oleah Oleanand and Jamestown Them Thero
w wlUbe will ill be several severa sovoraLtmunlcs ttrunltsextendlnG trunks extending north i
and south W which hich 1 will wllr wllrconnect connect connec t 1ho ho
trunks tr unks a along long the tbesou southern sou tberntl thOrn tier r with
that from fromAlbilnyto Albany to Buffalo BufLaIONew New
York prk Times
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for fo r i Tltld llt Titleporfect perfect p tfect r
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News Newswas was received in London re 10 ¬
cently centlyof of the death deathof of Joseph Cres
Wick who whowl1l1efteeln while flee fleeing ing from jus tice
accomplished acco J1pIlsl1ed one One neof of the most mostro re
markable markablewalking walking feats fea ts on record recor d
1 Creswlck was wasllndelgolng undergoing a ilsen sea
fence tenceforfqrgery for forgery in Rhodes ia an4 and
while whilebelngcol1veYQd being conveye conveyed d from one pris ¬
on to another by train as nl3reported reported
some omemonthl3 months ago conce cpl1ceivediht conceived ived the Idea
of ft escaping 1 troth fromhlsguards his guards As shis his
legs were heavily ironed irbnedj j the tl1 task r
was wasbyno by b no nol11eans1n means an easy e sr one o nebut ne but butoae oce
night nightwlicnUe r rw w when llen the train in Which hlch he
was being belngcoI1veyed conve conveyed yed wiis wllsbetweenBu between Bu
iuwayo luwaoai1dSaisbrm and Salisbury and an andhi his guards gu ards
were wereasllepCrlsWIc as asleep leep Cresw resw1ck jpk quetly ppphed op rued j
the carr carnage nrrlagedoornndju111Pldc iage door andJumpqdvOlit and > t
Whe Wheii n he reac re eachod t < iied 4G d tJj the Me ground grpII hpj IiQNl iofiiI f eli elij l j i
bU bi 4 W vs S notbadI qtf a jll iurt urt 1 zngbe 11 1 tt10v1I
re rethautiderof mainder au I r < of o thehlBht t1 the e n ight gn hefstit h hO os hffi htftled II iffled iffledj elt j
along in thadttrlt the dark M1d and at a tda day daybreak break brQakl 1
> cou couith couitheHlieraUroad couhlsee ld ldseethe seethe eHlieraUroad the railroad in Inthedl xi the distance ta ce
He decided del1lded to wa witlk walk lk In a straight stralghtlne Jlne ino
fromltw from H which ht I he 1ie hedld did didfol for sevoraldays several days
Btlll sUIIWlth with his histeQt feet shackled 1
Bay Dayafte after day and andlllght n nutlit ight after aftciuight night
lie l1eru rubbed bbed liIslronswIlith lils hi1 irons with the sharpest
pieces of rock ho could find until untlJat at
last laRthe he was able to to throw throwhlsman hlsmana
pies aside After this this Creswlck Creswicliwent went
on with wlt 1groatstrldes great strides thro through gh tho
unknown unknownrountryin country in which whichho which he found
himself his solo o objec bjec t be ing In g to toge get ge t
to t some white settlement
Some SlJmeweelrs weeks after his bisescape escape the
wanderer wand ipr had a awonde wonderful ffupleceofl piece ot otl
luck lucltln I Hels In a hut apparently t1PparcntIYbelonglngj belonging helongtngj
to asettlerhe a asettler settler he found a agun gun and andsom somei som
ammunition whlcbln which in the Iclrcum
stances he did dldnot1Iesltilt hpt notlicsitatO hesltatoMo to takp
possession possesDlll1ot pf of With the tI1Gi grfn gunIio nhema1i he man mOn ¬
aged to shoot s hoo t several ev ralzepr zebras and
other otlleran animals als also o which hlchprovlded prov provided ided him hi
with many awelcpmo awelcpmos awelcpmomea mea meal i ut un j
fortunately fortu nat lY his l sg gun Ull got g s tou out t of of ofor order or der
before etoro hlsnl11munltlon his ammunition became becamttox becam ex
i hausted and ho hehadto hadto had to rely upon fruit frul
for r 1 his sustenance j 1
Jus Just t twhen when Cresw lc lek IV t was w li coming on 1nS to1 to
the he conclusion cohehusiontlia o lcluslol1 that thntiie thehiad lie ha l1adbcien d been walk 1
lag In round 1011111 and and round pjin without wlth tmakj hial maki
Jtfg muc r1 Touch ul1l1 h progress IJr igte s he O fe fell ll In with
some omc natives who wltogavehlm gave him cer certaln talni f
directions as astohoIY to how to t find 1 1a a veryj
long water waterwhicll whlclv CresWick con
eluded cludCdmust must mean m an 1 the 1 River Bive ivOr > Congo
and indtorsev for severar aesrerarWOeks larwceltsi1 Weeks ue continued
tilS 4Iatramp tramp
Eight lgh hlontbsaner montlis mon ths after aft 1Isescaperrom his escape from
tlietrI the ttyi itgbetwOen in b bet et etW > veen ensii Sa li lis llsbCry ls s b bi i i iry ry t and B Bu u
luwayo Gresw Creswlck rck was tourid foundby by a
party par ty of Belgians Delg lallsJylngI1i1 bins lyingIn a weak and
feverish condition about2QO about 200 miles
from Leoppldv Le Leopolclville op ld iliei Ue on the fheCongo Congo i
They nursed n rsed him hI back b ClttobealtlIand ClttobealtlIandr to health 1 and j r
Strength At Bomba arrayed In all
lheglory the glory of a pair piJlrot of otcliicket cricket flcketIIann finnneia lf
and 1J I a afot foo football tball ll iersejr jer jorsc e pro pr provided < ylded by bYpitl his i
hew fr frie friends iends nds the t e fug fugltlV itive fpupd founI Un a
ship iblpi9nwliich on which he wpykedhlspnssago worked hI his h Iassago q s ge
tp to Antwerp From there the eho be epfao gpka got f I
s ship iilp toLolld toLolldn tp London n That Tbatf hat f 1 however how yeried ser gpkal jedl ledi l I
to his Ismioln undoing for while whiio walkn waIItJit walkIng1a js la lt j >
Whitecliapel he was recognized iayj by1 by1L i ir r L 1
Detective Detectlv inspector Belcher0f Delcherli of fScoto Y Scot < t
f ilandYard land Yard Yardwho who vboarrestellhIm arrestedtv arrestedhim hlm oh on the thol
charge cllargeof of escapin sctl fng g from lawful lawtulcus cus
He Hewas Hewastaken was taken taltensu subsequently bseq en lytoR to toRho Rhpr 1o
deela deem as a fugitive fUgltlvoq1lender offender and fort
ibis lila escapade escapa e he he was sentenced to o a a
further term of s six is months imprison
jIllentdurlng jrneflt ment during which ho died
1 il French Fr Inventor ln vu il M Paul UlJegOU Jegon 0
hils as devised d < vlsedlln i in n eleotrolytle detector
which hlch bperates op ratcs wlttiput the use useof of a
jbattery batteryto iatteryton to affect ireii telephone fe l pbo nerece rece receivora ivers
rhe The detector detoctorconsI8 consists sofll of a glass gl ssCUPi cup cu
containing at tho bottom bottomasmaU ii small
amount of otmorcluy mercury with some pure
tin In In solution solutlonr This BerycB servesas aa ono nt
olec electrode irodb WhllO whllp the other ot erolectr electrOde cfu
is oit the usua usual l type nameya namely a fine
JVollas Woll s lbn t tnwlre nwlre wire Diluted DUutedsulphu sulphur sulpburid rid lo
ac Ilc tcid id d1s js a usedtor usedfortheel uscdtorthoeleetrolyie the electrolyte ttrolyt ThE lh
detector is found t f ltndt und to actJlkeililma act like a amali am aU Uj
battery batter and yet re et possesses allpt all ftJho tho
pensklvenesa Iens hlveIlossf of the tl1eelectroUrc e eIectroy1tf lectroyltio lie lie
tectorj lectoliOnetJth tector One OnetJth tit these so detectors vsed1 lerl
at Paris was wnstou found dtQ to receive sljnala lnnllf
sent from tb the r Ouessant 9u ssantpo post tQiItbe qi qi the tbd 1
coast cO coastScienit1c stS Sclen lenJlfl tiac Am American Am rl rcan an

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