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Emperor rmpctnrarethe arc tho only two parsons whoi who whoare whonre
i are both Field Marshals of the Eng English En Enlll1h Englist ¬
list army and Admirals of the Brit British BritIlIh BritIsle ¬
Isle fleet There ntu now nine British BritishField BritishIleltI British1leld
Field Marshals and seven Admirals AdmiralsA A mlrals mlralsA
A Vassar girl saw through the tole telescope tole5e0110 tolescope ¬
scope the new star In Perseus the thenight tbenight thenight
night before the Western astronomer astronomerdid nstronomermd astronomerdid
did who Is to receive the th credit for its itsdiscovery Itslscoery itsdiscovery
discovery But BIO she was thinking of ofher ofher ofher
her Imek hall while he registered the thestellar thestCllar thestellar
stellar denotement denotementA
A Tall Mens rens Club has been organ organized organIzel1ll1 organized ¬
ized Izel1ll1 In the University Unholslt of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaIt
It has twelve members each of whom whomis whomIs 110m 110mIs
is sIx feet two inches or more In Inheight Inheight inheight
height Six other men termed shor shorties shorills shorties
ties because they arc only six feet feetone feotone feetone
one Inch In height are nr associate mem members memberp itemhers ¬
hers The names of the officers are arcthe areth arethe
the th Moon Hitter the Slsclper Sttyscrapernnd Sttyscrapernndthe and nndthp andthe
the Ceiling Duster DusterA
A new province Is to be formed in inIndia InInllla inIndia
India by placing the four districts of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Punjab that lie beyond tho Indus Indusunder Indusunder Indusunder
under a government of their ownPloy own ownThey ownlhe
They lhe are the extreme northwest dis districts dlstrlcts districts ¬
tricts that have been the scenes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the recent petty peU wars Peshawur Ko Koliar 10bat Iiohint
liar Bannu and Dam Ismail Khan Klmnwith lhanV1t11 Khanwith
with V1t11 the political agencies of Dlr DlrSwat DlrSwat DirSwat
Swat Chitral the Khalbar the Iu Kuram Iuram Iuram
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The wo workaday k a dny world olld in great greatcities greatltles greatcities
cities ltles Is served sene largely by b high speed speedengines speel1englues speedengines
engines and high pressure boilers and andtbe amIthe andthe
the terrible explosion at Chicago the theother theother he heother
other day affords distressing nvl nvlilencp 01ilencl rvillotce
ilencp of the calamitous results of givlog giv giving sl slIng ¬
ing the mastery master oven for an instant instantto Instantto instantto
to the Invaluable servant of Industrial Industrialcommunities IndustrIalcommunities Industrialcommunities
communities Perfect construction constructionand constructionmHI constructionand
and rigid Inspection afford almost almostabsolute nlmostnbfolutc almostabsolute
absolute guarantees of public safety safetyyet satety3et safetyyet
yet none the less Is eternal vigilance vigilanceIhe vigilancethe Igllance1he
the price of security seourltyRecent se securityRecent urlt urltRecent
Recent details of exports show that thatGreat thatGreat thatGreat
Great Britain is buying more boots bootsend bootsnnd bootsand
end shoes of American make every everyyear everyyear everyyear
year The British manufacturers manufacturershave manufacturershave manufacturershave
have been addicted to ponderous foot footgear footgear footgear ¬
gear built to last but generally too toothick toothick toothick
thick heavy and clumsy for easy easyHvearlng easywenrlng easysearing
searing Brother Jonathan taught taughtJohn taughtJohn taughtJohn
John Bull long ago that In carriages carriagesand cnrrlagesIlnd carriagesand
and wagons and all sorts of things thingson tblngson
on wheels he could combine lightness lightnesswith lightnesswJth lightnesswith
with strength and safety And now nowhe nowhe nowhe
he Is giving him lessons In leather leatherThis leatherThis leatherThis
This is assuredly the generation of ofthe ofhe ofLhe
the he specialist in all professions and andall andnIl andall
all lines of business buslr ss One of the lat latest latest lateat ¬
est additions to the everswelling everswellingranks everswelllngrnnks everswellingranks
ranks Is the photographer who makes makesa
a specialty of womens photographs photographsAnd photographsAnd photographsAnd
And while he is most successful In Inhfs Inhra Inf8
hfs f8 chosen line strange to say ho Is Isnot Isnot isnot
not an adeptin adept In the art of flattering flatteringthe fiatterlngthe flatteringthe
the the sitter to the point that the picture picturebears pIcturebears picturebears
bears scarcely any likeness to the or original orIglna orIginal ¬
iginal Rather he produces a series of ofportraits ofportraits ofportraits
portraits each one depicting some somepassing somepassing somepassing
passing mood or characteristic so sothat sothat
that ones friends can choose the one onewhich onoIWhlcb onewhicb
which seems to each most natural naturalStatistician naturnLStatisticIan naturalStatistician
Statistician Robert P Porter cal caldilates calculates calculates
culates that It things go on during duringthe duringthe duringthe
the present century as they did in inthe Inthe Inthe
the past one our population one hun hundred hundred bunilred
dred years hence will be about 300 800p00000
000000 On the other hand It tho thofight tbotight tholight
fight for life should get hotter and the theyoung thoyoung theyoung
young folks should conclude not to get getmarried getmarrle getmarried
married until they are several years yearsolder yearsolder yearsolder
older than the present average mar marriage marriage marriage
riage age the effect upon tho popula populajllon populaIon populaIlon
jllon Ion would ould be quite different There ThereIs TheroIs There1s
Is of course no objection to the sta statisticians statlstlclans etatisticians ¬
tisticians making forecasts as they theyseem theyseem theyseem
seem to enjoy that sort of thing but butIt butIt butIt
It will probably bo better to await awajtdevelopments aWl awaitdevelopments t tevtlopments
developments before taking the census censusof censusot censusof
of the year 2001 states the Boston BostonCommercial Bostonommerclnl BostonCommercial
Commercial CommercialA CommercialA ommerclnl ommerclnllearned
A learned member of the faculty of ofHarvard otHarnrd ofHarvard
Harvard University predicts with con eunfidence confidence cunfidence ¬
fidence that this century Is to be the thetrue thotrue thetrue
true golden ago In the worlds history historylie historyHe historyHe
He says that Improved methods in inextracting Inextrnctlng Inextracting
extracting tho precious ore from ailuvial allu alluvial aUuvIal ¬
vial lands and all sorts of deposits in inwhich Inwhich inwhich
which the percentage of the metal is isextremely Isxtreme1y isextremely
extremely small will result in an en enormous env envormous n normous ¬
ormous expansion in the supply and andthat andthat andthat
that within fifty years at most tho thoquantity thoquantity thea
a quantity of gold obtained from nnlrn nnlrnmenso anlJrnmenso animmanse
menso area of the earths surface will willfoe willbo willbo
bo multiplied multiplied many times lie takes takesn
n rosy view of the results of the thovflst thenst thevast
vast nst increase In production believing believingthat bellelngthat believingthat
that that prosperity contentment and the thogood thecood thegood
good things df t life will ho diffused diffusedtnucli dllrusedmucl1 diffusedmuch
much more extensively than at pros proalent presnt prosrut
rut lent nt w
In memory still I plainly hear hearMy O c it was long ago that I IObeyed I1IIr IMv
My mother colling eallin Willie dear dearCome Obeyed that sweet that fond old nry cry
Come Willie Murry Hurry inr inrIn inl inlf ot Willie Willie dear oomo in Inl mlIn T TAnd J JIn
In fancy I can see the door doorAnd And An oh I would teat that I could be beA beAnd beAnd
And her there as she stood of yore yoreAnd A child again back there thero and Bite ti tiAnd
And hoar her say sa Come C < lme in inTn inn Remained to call me ir irAll In InIn ins insIn
In every gladdest hour our of play All when my cares arc arcShall put away
My M joys wore always swept away When I om throu through h with toil Anll1iB1 an + 1 > jay
For mother neer forgot to say BIIf say Shall I up there hear hear mother 1II0tlwrIJOY say
Oh Willie Now come in inl n In loving tone Come in inS in ins inS
S E Kiser in Chicago ChICAiollmesI TiineaIforold Tmee ltomld ornid
Im m mm m mmm m mI
By Helen I Forrest o Graves °
HE sunset was just penciling pencilingI leuclllngI1nos pencilinglines
I lines of zigzag gold athwart athwartthe nthwnltthe athwartthe
T JT the purpleblack purple binek clouds that thatwore thatworoplled thatwore
wore woroplled piled along the west thosoft tho thosoft thesoft
soft white mist lay like a shadow shadowof shadowof shadowof
of fleecy pearl over the line of thelittle the thelittle thelittle
little alderfringed nll1ertllngmlllCr alder fringed river and the train trainfrom trnlntrom trainfrom
from New York after a minutes minutesstop mlnntesstop minutesstop
stop flung out Its black banner of ofsmoke ofBmolte ofsmoke
smoke and glided swiftly on gradu gradually g11IIuall gradually ¬
ally all accelerating Its speed as It Itmoved ItmOTed Itmoved
moved out of sight sightOnly sightOnly sightOnly
Only two passengers for Cruxbor Cruxborougli CrndJ01ougll Cruxborough
ougli It was no fashionable summerlug summer summering sml1111rIng ¬
ing place like Saratoga Cape May Mayor Mn Mnor Mayor
or even Clifton Springs but there therewere therowere therewere
were few evenings when there were werenot weronot werenot
not at least half a dozen to spring springfrom springfrom springfrom
from the platform of the New York Yorkcars YOlkcalS Yorkcars
cars carsTonight calSTonlght carsTonight
Tonight however two only were werevisible weroIslbletw werevisibletwb
visible visibletwb Islbletw twb who stood staring nt each eachother cnchother eachother
other with a sort of unwilling unwlllln recog recoeninon recognition leeosniton ¬
nition nitonIts ninonIts nitionIts
Its never you O1 Fitzroy Fltzro l said one oneIn oneIn onein
In a pearlcolored pearl colored summer suit suit with withnn withnn withan
nn expensive expen81 Panama hat and gloves glovesof glovesot glovesof
of the palest primrose tint tintBless tintllless tintIlIess
Bless me Symington who expect expected expectcd expected ¬
ed to see you here of all places In theworld the theworld thewOlldlojaeulnted
wOlldlojaeulnted world ejaculated Mr Fitzroy FItZlO who whowas whowas whowas
was attired In Immaculate white hlte with witha
a ijnlnty soleleather valise nll8e in one oneHand ononnnd oneHand
Hand and a cigar In the other otherBoth otherBoth otherBothh
Both young men looked decidedly decidedlysheepish decIdedlysheepish decidedlysheepish
sheepish as they thc might have done donewere dontwere donewere
were both very 1y small boys detected detectedby detectedbJ detectedby
by bJ their maternal ancestors a cestoll In the thovery theery thevery
very ery net of stealing stealln sugar from the thetop thetop thetop
top shelf In the cupboard cupboardTheres cupboall1Tbeles cupboardTheres
Theres a hotel here I suppose supposesaid lIuPPol07 lIuPPol07saM supposesaid
said Symington gazing dubiously dubiouslyaround dulJlou81 dulJlou81nround dubiouslyaround
around nt the tu two o or three houses housesthe housethe housesthe
the church and the miscellaneous miscellaneousstore mlscellnneousstore miscellaneousstore
store which constituted the village of ofCruxborough ofCllIxlJorough ofCruxborough
Cruxborough CruxboroughWhy CllIxlJoroughWhy CruxboroughWhy
Why of course responded Fitz Fitsroy Fitzroy Fitzroy
roy who was of a sanguine disposi disposition dlposltlon disposltion ¬
tion tionAnd
And both the gentlemen adjourned adjournedto
to the hotel botela a onorstory ono story building buildingwith buildingwith buildingwith
with a barroom of disproportionate disproportionatesize lllsPlolloltlonntosizeto disproportionatesizeto
size sizeto to remove the dust of travel traveland trnelanllRmoke traveland
and anllRmoke smoke the cigar of peace or rath rather rather ratlter ¬
er of truce truceBoth truceBoth truceBoth
Both John Symington and Ferdin Ferdinand Ferdlnnnd Ferdinand ¬
and Fitzroy I 1t21OY had come on the same sameerrand sallieorlanl1to sameerrandto
errand orlanl1to to see Olive 011 Harcourt tho thobelle thobelle thebelle
belle and beauty who had come to toCruxborough toCruxborough toCruxborough
Cruxborough to recruither recruit her roses for forthe torthe forthe
the next Philadelphia season seasonMiss seasonMiss seasonbliss
Miss Harcourt had hlldsupposed supposed that thatCruxborough thatCruxborough thatCruxborough
Cruxborough would afford her a sate saferetreat sateretrcat sateretreat
retreat from admirers and bores alikebut alike alikebut alikebut
but she was mistaken True love will willfind willfind willfind
find Its way through bolts and bars barsand barsand barsand
and It Is not likely that n few miles milesof mllellof milesof
of wood and swamp will prove any anyobstacle all allobstacle conyobstacle
obstacle At all events It did not In Inthe Inthe inthe
the individual instances of Mr rr Sym Symington SymIngton SytnIngton ¬
ington and his friend Ferdinand Fitz Fitzroy Fitzroy ¬
roy 10
Olive Harcourt was not surprised to tosec tosee tosee
see them the next day as she sat satsketching satsiretcblng satsketching
sketching on the slope of a hill hillHow hiliHow 11111How
How Is old Philadelphia 7 she in inquired Inqulred inqulred
qulred hot and dusty us ever everWell eTer7 eTer7Well everWell
Well yes e said Symington but butit butit butIt
it has Its advantages Dont you find findIt findIt findit
It very cry dull here hereNot hereNot hereNot
Not so very err Miss IS8 Harcourt an answered answerel1 answered ¬
swered Im In n 1 farm house housethn housethnsweetest housetheasweetest tlirc tlircsweetest
sweetest old elmshaded elm slmded spot you OU ever evereawl eerenwl eversawl
eawl eawlBut
But she did not Invite Mr Syming Symington Symlngton Symington ¬
ton to come there Fitzroy IfltzlO observed observedwith obserellwith observedwith
with delight delightAny delightAny delightAny
Any pretty places around hereSymlngton here hereSymington herC7 herC7Symington
Symington asked with simulated case caseof cosoof caseof
of manner mannerOh mnnnerOh mannerOh
Oh plenty of era eml Bytheway Bythewaycan Bythe way waycan
can either of you OU swim cried Olive Oliveher 0110her Oliveher
her deep blue eyes sparkling into sud sudden sul1den sudden ¬
den brightness brightnessMr
Mr Ir Symington unwillingly owned ownedthat owncllthat ownedthat
that he could not notneither neither It appeared appearedcould appea1llIcould appearedcould
could Mr Fitzroy FitzroyOf FitzroyOf FitzroyOf
Of course not notl Nobody even can cando cnndo cando
do what I want em to do dol pouted poutedOlive poutedOlive poutedOlive
Olive There are some of tho sweet sweetest sweetest sweetest ¬
est waterlilies water 1111es you ever saw Just out outin outIn outIn
in the stream and I do so want ant a few fewto fewto fewto
to model In wax waxAre waxAre waxAre
Are they far farl Perhaps I could couldreach coull1rellch couldreach
reach rellch em with tho hook of my cane canesuggested cnnesuggested canesuggested
suggested Symington SymingtonNo
No you couldnt said Olive Im Impatiently 1mpatiently Impatiently ¬
patiently But Ill go and show them themto thell1to themto
to you all the same Id give anything anythingin
in the world for some of them themAnything themlAnything themAnything
Anything repented Symingtonlaughing Symington Symingtonlaughing Smhigtonlaugblng
laughing laughingYes laugblngYes laughingYes
Yes anything said Olive with a asaucy aliaucy asaucy
saucy nod nodShe nodShe nodShe
She knew she was safe enough enoughJust enoughJust enoughJust
Just where the River Croix makes a alittle alIttlo alittle
little bend around the abrupt slopes of ofa ofn ofa
a tiny Island sweeping into the broad broader broader ¬
er 11 and bluer expanse beyond lay the thetangle thetDnglo thetangle
tangle of broad green leaves float floatIng 110ntIng floatIng
Ing serenely starred here and there therewith therowith therewith
with the creamwhite creatn whlto cups of the thesuperb tbesuperb thesuperb
superb waterlilies waterliliesOh wa terlllles terllllesOh
Oh see them cried Olive longing ¬
ly clasping her hands Il nds together If I Icould Icould Icould
could only get oueJust one oneMr onel onelMr I IMr
Mr Fitzroy looked at Mr Syming ¬
ton toui Mr Ill Symington eyed the faroff farofflilies tarocrlilies tarofflilies
lilies Both of them wished them themselves themsehes themsolves ¬
selves crocodiles waterrats speckled speckledtroutauythlng speckledtroutanthlng speckledtroutanything
troutauythlng in fact which could couldewlin couldswIm couldswim
swIm ewlinVery swImVery swimVery
Very pretty sail Symington SymingtonUpon S3lnlngtonUIon SymingtonUpon
Upon my word superb said Fitzroy Fitz Fitzroy l itz itzroy ¬
roy royThoj Thoj hoy continued their walk nll over the thecroat thecrost thecrost
crost of tho hill to boo a cascade cascadewhlcb cllscnl1ewhlcb cascadewhich
whlcb was the only curiosity about
u n r ro roCruxborougb
Cruxborougli and then down by n nruined nrU1l1C11 aruined
ruined papermill 11 naper lleNII mhll III which was consid coilsidered considered cO Bld Bldelcllplctmesque ¬
ered elcllplctmesque picturesque nnd then homo liouioAbout homeAbout i
About l llt those wnterllllcs nvater lilles snd snide < Sy Symington Symlngton ¬
mington meditatively meditativelyYes medltatiel medltatielYlR
Yes said Fitzroy FltzlO she must have II1lesome havesome havesome
some waterlilies waterliliesAnd waterlIl1esAn wnter hllles hlllesAnd
And An the man that gets them stands standstho eti stiibdsthe lls llstbe
the best In her lIl good graces eh1 eh1So eh1So oh ohSo
So it would appear appearBoth appearBoth appearBoth
Both young o1ng men went back to their theirhostelry thclrhosteh theirhostelry
hostelry hosteh and made I11I1 O diligent Inquiry Inquiryseparately Iqulryseparatel inquiryseparatel3
separately however and without withoutcollusion withoutcolluslonnbout withoutcollusionabout
collusion colluslonnbout about a boat No such suchaquatic suchaquatic suchaquatic
aquatic convenience was to be had It Itappeared Itappenred Itappeared
appeared on Investigation InvestigationI hn estlgatlon estlgatlonI
I never wns In such nn outlandish outlandishplace outlnndlsh1lnce outlandishpinta
place In all my life said Symington SymingtonBut
But Ill get her some lilies If I pay paytheir 111 111their paytheir
their price In gold goldYou goldlYou goldYou
You mean youll oull send to Philadel Philadelphia PbllajIelphln Pbllatielphin ¬
phia whore theyre blossoming away awayas awayas awayas
as thick as peas close to you youNever Jou1 Jou1reCl youNever
Never you 011 mind what I mean moanSymington meanSl1Ilngton meanSymington
Symington retorted retortedHumph letorteHumph retortedHumph
Humph I said Fitzroy If SOl11e SOl11efolls somefolks some somefolks
folks choose to be reticent others can canbe canbl canbe
be equally sol solJust solJust so soJust
Just as you please said Syming Symington SymIngtou Syminetoll ¬
ton laughing laughlngFitzroy laughingr
r Fitzroy Imzro hugged himself He lIedi lle ° t irhtud irhtudthe titul titulthe 1l 1lthe
the best excuse in the world 01111 now for fornot tornot fornot
not telling tellln his rival about the leaky leakypunt lookypl1nt leakypunt
punt ho had discovered under Farmer FarmerIlathcways llu FarmerIlntheways mel mellInthewns
Ilathcways old barn barnHell b11uHell barnHell
Hell send to Philadelphia to tonight tonight tonight ¬
night thought he hI His llllos 11110 will willcome hillcone will willcome
come from the florists all packed In Inwet Inwet Inwet
wet cotton tomorrow evening Ill Illbe Illbe Illbe
be up UI at sunrise and bring the flowers flow flowers fiowels ¬
ers all wet with It II dew < 11 as n nuli moiiilng moiiilngoffering m fllln1 fllln1oftollng ing ingoffering
offering to Olives breakfast table tableand tablejal1l1 tablenod
and he may tl11 laugh lal1 h who wins winsMr winsIr winsMr
Mr Ir Symington went to the railroad railroadstation raUfoad raUfoadftatlou railroadstation
station and sent a note to Phhlfi1elplla Phllijicl Phllijiclplila Ph1tMoIJhla
plila Jhla by b the conductor of the ovtling ovtlingtrainjust orbing orbingtrain 041 lng lngtmllljust
train tmllljust Just precisely ns Ferdinand FerdlriandFitzroy FerdinandFitzroy Ie1dl md mdFItzro
Fitzroy FItzro had conjectured he would wouldFltaroy WOtlW wotdil wotdilFitzroy
Fltaroy slept with his watch In ills illsband his hishnnl1 lilsland
band lest sunrise should steal ion ionhim on onhim onlihui
him unawaresAnd unawares unawaresAnd unaW lCS lCSAnl1
And early next morning m01nln Symington Symingtonwas SymfUstonWIlS Symlu Uton Utonwas
was snoring comfortably as Fftzroy Fftzroypassed I Fttkkroyparsed nzroy nzroypused
passed the young OU1 mans door OOl F b Fblyain Fblyainnuds r8ln r8lnnuda litilnnuds
nuds heart thrilled with triumph trlumphsus trlumphsushe ns nsho usl1e
ho heard the somnolent sounds soundsCool
Cool and fresh and waxlike gu gUm glimmered gUmme1ld m mmered ¬
mered the lilies lu the purple flusjf of ofthe ottbo ofthe
the glorious mldfiimynor dawn Jraket Jraketnnd mct mctaud et etand
and clear ceal echoed the songs of tlie the 70b 70bIns rob robins oh ohins ¬
ins and thrushes In the alder boughs boughsthat 1 boughsthat > oll1s oll1sthnt
that dipped their green fingers in the thewater the1a thewater
water waterBring 1a waterBring ter terBrln
Bring Brln on on your boat my lad said eatilFitzroy saliFitzroy saidFitzroy
Fitzroy to the boy who sat waiting waltin on onthe onthe outhe
the shore shoreHer shoreHer shoreIIer
Her leaks a bit hesitated the boy boyDad boyDal1 boyDad
Dad he nailed a piece of oilcloth In Inher In1Ier inher
her bottom but It aint no good goodNonsense cool1onsense goodNonsense
Nonsense onsense said Fitzroy I ltzlOY Here Heregive Heregive I Iche
give me the oars I Now steer and anddont anddont anddont
dont lets hear nuy more of your non nonsense nonsense nonsense ¬
sense Whoop Hurrah HUlrahhere here we are areThe arch nrelrho archThe
The stern of the boat ran Into the themat tbemat themat
mat of wnterlllles with n soft rustic rusticof lustleof rusticof
of crushing greenery Fitzroy caught caughtgreedily caughtgreedily caughtgreedily
greedily nt the manyblossom cups cupsand CUl1Snnd cupsand
and halfopen buds pure ns If they theywere theyWClO theywere
were carved In pearl pearlThis pearlThis pearlThis
This Is something like panted heIf he heIf heIt
If only Symington could see me now nowHold nowl nowlHold nowtHold
Hold on though I must have yonder yondergreat 3ondergleat yondergreat
great shining flower flowerRising fowe1Inlslng flowerRising
Rising up in the boat he leaned over overnearly 001nealY overnearly
nearly his whole length to reach the theroyal thoroal theroyal
royal blossomstill it evaded him himI
I will have It he muttered with wltlia
a reckless plunge plungeOh plungeOh plungeOh
Oh take care sir1 sir squeaked the theboy theboy theboy
boy boyBut
But his counsel came too late The Tlieboat Thoboat Theboat
boat gave gn ve n lurch Fitzroy lost his hisbalance 1I1sbalance hisbalance
balance and over he went wentsplash wentsplashInto splash splashInto
Into the still and shining 8hlnlu water waterDear wuteri
a e eDear
i Dear heart lI art alive sir dont fret fretYou freti fretYou
i You aint drowned dlownednor nor you aint ainthurt nlnthUlt ainthurt
hurt Its nothln on nlrth but a Il good goodscare gODdscare goodscare
scare and them Hathcways ought to tobe tobe tobe
be indicted for coaxln anybody to t go goout goout goout
out in their old leaky rattletrap rattle trap of a aboat n n1J0atthut aboatthat
boat 1J0atthut that they the ought oughtMr oughtMr oughtMr
Mr Fitzroy 1 ltzroy sat In a big rocking rockingchair rockingchllr rockingchair
chair In Farmer Westwoods kitchen kitchendressed Iltchendressell kitchendressed
dressed in an old blueflannel dress dressIng dlessIng dresslag
Ing gown which belonged to that gen gentlemans gentlemllns gentlemans ¬
tlemans father n frilled nightcap nightcaptied nlghtcaptlel1 nigbt cap captied
tied about his ears his feet thrust In Into Into into ¬
to coarse carpet slippers and nulln a woolen woolenstocking woolenstocking woolenstocking
stocking tied about his neckMrs neckMrsWcstwoods necl neckMrsVestwoods Mrs MrsWestwoodil
Wcstwoods panacea for all possibleand possible possibleand lossllJloanl1
and impossible ailmentsheres ailments ailmentsHeres nlhnentlIIeres
Heres the mustard plaster said saidMrs 811ldlIIlS saidMrs
Mrs Westwood triumphantly And Andheres Andheres 1111 1111heres
heres the sage tea Drink It now like likea
a darling good gentleman and then thenIll thenIll thenIll
Ill get a sponge and wash the tll mud off offyour ocrour offyour
your our face faceBut fnecBut faceBut
But I say look here h lel sputtered sputteredFitzroy sputte sputteredFitzroy d dFltzro
Fitzroy Fltzro getting a chunco glimpse of ofhimself ofIIhuselt ofhimself
himself In the little asparagusshad asparagusshadowed aspalagusshlldowed asparagusshadowed ¬
owed mirror tlfat hung below theclock the theclock theclock
clock Im such aJudy a Judy of a sight sightOh sl sightOh htl htlOh
Oh never mind purred benign benignMrs benignlIrs benignMrs
Mrs Wcstwood Theres nobody to tosee tosee tosee
see you except exceptAt exceptAt exceptAt
At that Instant Olive Hnrcourt came camein camoIn camen
in n robed In n cool white muslin her hergolden IJQ1 IJQ1golden hqr hqrgolden
golden hair floating around her like Ilk a acloud ncloud acloud
cloud >
Mrs Wcstwood she began beganAnd beganAnd beganAnd
And then struck with an Irresist Irresistible Incsl Irresletiblo it itIblo ¬
Iblo sonso of the ludicrous she burst burstout bltrst bltrstout burstout
out laughing laughingPuny laughingIvoy laughingPray
Puny forglre me Mr fr Fitzroy sho shont alon1 sheeat
nt last enunciated hut you on do folk folkso IO lpl lplso 1 1so
so exactly like the picture of Lltti0 1ltt Li tl tlRed
Red Rldins lUdln Hoods firunduioUier rl I I If Iw II
only come In to offer my box e ehomeopathic ofhom8011at1lto
homeopathic remedies In case youshou1l1 youshould
should have taken coldAid cold coldAnd coldAud
And she ran out again nearly chok chokIng cboltInl choklug
lug Inl with ronowed laughter laughterFitzroy laughtcl1ltz1oy laughterFitzroy
Fitzroy scarlet with mortification mortificationat
at onto perceived how tho matte mnttorstool1 mattestood
stood They hud taken him In Utefull thefull
full tldo of his 111luck to tho yet yetfarm elY elYtl1rm
farm house that thntsheltored sheltered tho fuhhend fai faihead
head of Olive Hnrcourt And about h hthe IIIthe
the same moment the glib voice olce ofTolm o oJohn
John Symington sounded on the rose rosewreathed rose rosewrea rosewreathed
wreathed wrea thee porch porchAh porchAll porchAll
All Miss Hnrcourt the gods thorn thornselves tbomlIelve8 thongselves
selves have mined raineddown tdovn dovu gifts uponusl
usl us See what I 11Iae have got gotWaterlilies gotl gotlWlltOllIIlesl got1Vate
1Vate Waterlilies llllesf oh what l loautlesl loautleslcried Ionutleslcried oautios oautioscried
cried out Olive rapturously rapturouslyI
I found them lying on tho shoro of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the river near in old overturned boatSome boat boatSoiuo bontHomo
Homo water nymph has heard yourlongings yourlongings
longings and gratifies them thus thusOh thuslOil
Oh I am so glad gladAnd gladAtlll gladAnd
And I Inm am I not to have my re reward rewardl reward ¬
ward wardTho wardl1lo wardThe
The voices grew SlC louder and more moreearnest moreemneRt moreearnest
earnest ns thoy receded and Ferdin Ferdinand l Fodlnand oldln oldlnnnll ¬
and Fltzrop I ltzrop gave a 1 groan from thedepths the thedepths thel1el1ths
depths of his heart heartTake heartTalw hearta
a e f fTake
Take some more sage tea tenl said saidMrs snldMrs saidMrs
Mrs Wcstwood Nothing like sage sagetea sl1glten sagetea
tea for the gripes gripesBut grIpesBut gripesBut
But alas not oven sago sn o tea Is s a nmedicine amcdlclne amedicine
medicine for the wind diseased dlseasedanl1 dlseasedanl1thut diseasedandthat and andthat
that was what ailed Mr Fitzroy He Hehad Hohnd Hehind
had sown and another had reaped reapedhe reapedhe reapedlie
he hind ll risked his life not to mentionhaving mention mentionhaving mentionhalng
having made ma o himself supremely ridic ridiculous rll1leulous ridiculous ¬
ulous for the very waterlilies water lilles where wherewith wherewith wherewith ¬
with John Symington was now plead pleading plelllIIn pleading ¬
ing In suit suitInconstancy suitIncolIRtancy suitInconstancy
Inconstancy tliy t y name Is wornani wom woman womnnl ¬
an nnl groaned Fitzroy Iltzro gulping downthe down downthe downthe
the scaldinghot scnlding hot tea Here got me 1nemy memy 111emy
my own clothes Im going gaIn to Phlla Philadelphia Phllallelphla Phlladetphla ¬
delphia by the next trainBut train trainBut tmlnBut
But sir slfUmy they aint dry dryI dr drI dryI
I dont care If they tbeyme are ns wet et ns nsNoahs nsNonhsgleatcoat asNoahs
Noahs Nonhsgleatcoat greatcoat I wont wear wearthese wearthesl wearthese
these things another minute ho horoared horoarell horoared
roared roaredHe roarelllIe roaredIre
He persisted In his determinationThe determination determinationThe determinationThe
The consequence was a sixweeks In Influenza Influonza Influonsa ¬
fluenza at the end of which ho re received recelvell re received ¬
ceived cards for Mr 11 and Mrs Syming Symingtons Smlngtons Symhngtons ¬
tons first wedding weddlu receptionWhat reception receptionWhat receptionWllat
What fools people are arch said tho thesneezing thosneezing thosneezing
sneezing phUosophe1SntUlday philosopher Saturday Night NightJohn NightJohn rlghtJohn
John Cue is Doomed IiontnedAccording DoomedAccording oomcl1 oomcl1Accordln
According Accordln to a resident of China Chinatown Chinntown Chinatown ¬
town the statesmen of the flowery flowerykingdom flowerykingdom
kingdom are now considering the ad advisability ndIsablllty advisability ¬
visability of altering the Chinese lawwhich law lawwhich 1l1wwhich
which requires Mongolians to wear wearcues wearcues wearcues
cues The local Informant Is authorityfor authority authorityfor nuthorltyfor
for the statement that tho Chinese Chinesewore Obhtellewore Chinesewore
wore their hair American fashion some
300 years ago at which time they like likewise likewise likevise ¬
wise wore garments similar to those Inuse in inuse Inuse
use In this country today With abew a ahew ahew
hew emperor came an alteration in the thetwo thotwo thetwo
two fashions and ever since cues and nndblouses anlIblousoshao andblouses
blouses blousoshao have been quito the proper properthing properthing properthing
thing thingNow thingNow thingNow
Now there is a great agitation for a achange achange 1 1change
change back to the old style The Chi Chinese Ohlnese Chinose ¬
nese are of a practical turn of mind inlndnnd mlnl1nnd mindand
nnd Insist that too much time Is re required requlred required ¬
quired to dress their long braids Thero Thcrois TheroIs
is considerable objection to the style stylonow stylenow stylenow
now In vogue ogue and so persistent for a achange achnn1e achange
change has become the demand that It Itis ItIs Itis
is likely the law establishing the style styloof styleof styleof
of headdress will be altered It IB IBstated 18stated isstated
stated that the Chinese will not weartheir wear weartheir wenrtheir
their hair long but that their heads headswill hendswllJ headswill
will be kept shaven Only Indefinite Indefiniterumors Indefinltorumors indefiniterumors
rumors of the th proposed change chnn ehec ehecbeen li lipvc lipvcbeen vo vobeen
been received recelvecJfrom from the old country countrybut country countrybut countrrbut
but local dhinesc jJtil t1se express tho behtethat belief beliefthat belle bellethat
that the present present unpopular stylo Willbe will willbe vitIbe
be abolishedPortland abolished Portland Ore Tele Telegram T Telegram lc lcgram ¬
gram gramScheme gramlichrmo gramScheme
Scheme of or SlavrComtnR Firemen FiremenThose FlremrnThoso FiremenThose
Those who see tho fire horses hear leaving lenvIn hearing ¬
ing In their stalls when wilen the fire bell bellstrikes bellstrikes bellstrikes
strikes have probably noticed that the theanimals thennlmals theanimals
animals stand under the harness until untilthe untilthe untilthe
the firemen come to fasten it In oneof one oneof onoof
of the houses there Is a horse that thatstands thatstalHls thatstands
stands well if there Is a man on tho thofloor thotloor thefloor
floor but if there Is no one there tber the thehorse thehors thehorse
horse hors will run back to the stall and andwill nndwllJ andwill
will have to be led out again A driver driverwho driverwho rlver rlverwllo
who was once connected with No 1 1Company 1Company 1Company
Company says that ho has tried allkinds all allkinds allIdnds
kinds of schemes to break the horse ofthis of ofthis oftbls
this habit but has been unsuccessful unsuccessfulSeveral unsuccessfulI unsuccessfulSeveral
Several times men were vere concealed on onthe onthe onthe I
the floor and the horse was sent out outIt outIt outIt
It seems that he located the men by bysense bysense bysense
sense of smell S 111 Ill and when thoso testswere tests testawere testswere
were made the animal always stood stoodIn stoodIn stoodin
In his proper position Michael Wardof Ward Wardof Wardot
of the truck company com1 > 1ny has hit upon a aplan aplnn aplan
plan that will fool such n horse It Is lato Isto isto
to rig up n dummy the size of n mnnwith mnn manwith mnnwith
with false whiskers lllsker8 and a cap undhave and andhave nnl1have
have an electric wire connected withthe with withthe withthe
the figure so that when the alarm Is lagiven Isglen isgiven
given and the doors open tho dummy dummywill dummywIU dummywill
will be made to sway gently as If Im Imbued 1mbued imhued ¬
bued with life It is expected that thishorse the thehorse thehorse
horse seeing this will suppose It Is anreman a anrcman QnremanlIartford
nrcman nremanlIartford Hartford Conn Courant CourantBelloTed CourantUellnec1 CourantUelleved
BelloTed at Lent Ito Was w V SwindledEthel Swindled SwindledEthel Swlndlel1Ethel
Ethel said Lionel Bertram Jones Jonesas Jonesas Jonesas
as he dropped his slice of bread In the theplate theplato theplate
plate with a noise that set the canary canaryiu cnnllr canaryIn
iu the gilt cage overhead chirping mer merrily merrlly metrlly ¬
rlly Ethel I thel I have something to say sayto sayto sayto
to youThey you youThey youThey
They had been be beck h married only foul foulweeks fou fouweeks foutweeks
weeks and the time had not arrived arrivedivhcn nrrl arrivedwhen Ted TedvllOn
when she did all the saying Do youremember you youremember 3ouremember
remember the day on which I proposed proposedto
to you youYes youl youlYes youYes
Yes she replied I will will I l never COt forget foiget COtget
get It ItDo It ItDo
Do you remember he went on at atho fiIhe aslie
ho abstractedly drilled a hole In tin tinloaf tiltloat thtloaf
loaf with the point of a carving knife Urilfehow kl knifehow lfe lfeho
how ho when I rang the boll you cam camto cnmto cams camsto
to tho door with your fingers t1n els sticky stlckjwith sUekywith stickywith
with dough and said you thought IIwas II IIwns IIwas
was your little brother who wanted to toget toset toget
get InYes In InYes InYos
Yes YesOh YosOh YesOh
Oh Ethel l thell How could you How Howcould nowcoulll Howcould
could you youHow your yourIlew 7 7Uow
How could I what 7 she responded rogpondcdOH
as a guilty look crept Into her face facehow fnceHow tncelIow
How could yon make Innk me U1etl1e the victim victimof vletimof Iotlmot
of such n swindle swIndlerI
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HELLMAN OIL COMPANY Refiners Agents 2d and K Sis S W
Our Suvor Tank Wagons Make Deliveries at Your Door DoorPast DoorPast I ILB
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amid mId perfect pert rural scenery lies II tll the road to the theRAMS he vS vSa
a typical road roaditouso house of r ye olden n time There I Iplnter Is nopleasanter no nof
f pleasanter dIv drive around onod Washington WhIng arid ri the thei tltedlstancels thedistance
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Suits Gentlemens Suits cleaned cleanedand cleanedand cleanedand
and pressed for 100 100Make U 1
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THAN THANYEARS thing that is de desirable ¬
58 N 0 vi S sirable in piano pianoconstruction pianoYEARSP pianoYEARS
YEARS YEARSP IA construction constructionThe constructionThe rt rtThe
The touch tone and durability of a high grade instru instrument instrument instrument ¬
ment are each embodied in every piano bearing aStieff name nameplate nameplate nameplate
Tuning and repairing rep iring will receive prompt and careful carefulattention carefultt carefulaittntlonby
attention aittntlonby tt titi n by factory expert An examination examin tion of our out stick stickis st6ckisso1i storkis
is isso1i solicited ited Secondhand pianos of all makes always on onhand onhand onhand
hand Cash or easy terms termsChas termsI
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