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.' v r: V '"?r ' ,..c-1 f -31 v c t., fc- It- 4? "" K & V nt l The: J01 ImytrtaaMfciar. The ireshmxxfii luggage, seslly cked, lay below, asd while the han som waited, the youth hurried in to bid his father good-by. "My son,w said the old pn, solemnly, "this occasion is a momentous one.. The doors of life He open before yon. There are many things on 'which I might advise you. Bat I Trill Bay only this: Don't, under 1 any circumstances, allow 'yostr studies to Interfere with your athletics.' trolt Tree Press. . " Clutching at Straws. Wearlman Is this the office of Qulg ley's quick- cure? Patent Medicine "Man Yes, z' "Gimme six bottles for my wife." - "Tried all other remedies without success eh?" "No, she aint 111 at all; but I saw In your advertisement where a woman wrote after taking six bottles; 1 am a different woman,' and I have hopes." Stray Stories. Paper Materials. "This paper Is made of banana skins," said the salesman. "This la made of seaweed. The yellow In the corner Is made of corn husks. Almost anything that yon can reduce Into pulp will do for paper," he went on. "I hare seen paper made of beanstalks, peastalks, weeds, straw, cocoanut fiber, hair, fur and wool waste." Idea of the Turbine. " The modern steam turbine was In some respects anticipated by an Inven tion of an Italian- aAhltect named Branca, who lived In the seventeenth century. In far more distant times the engine devised by Hero was at least a hint of the turbine which Is now mak ing headway against the familiar recip rocating steam engine. Thirty Hours at the Piano. Herr Berg, the "Iron pianist," who set himself the task of playing the pi ano continuously for 30 hours at the Brighton aquarium, successfully com pleted the feat. In the course of his performance he played between BOO and 600 pieces, Including the march from "Tannhauser" and Liszt's "Rhap sody." Confined Sound. -The intensity of confined sound la well demonstrated at Carisbrooke "cas tle. Isle of Wight, where there is a well 200 feet deep and 12 feet in diameter, lined with smooth masonry. If a pin Is dropped into it the sound of it strik ing the surface of the water, 182 feet below, can be distinctly heard. Careless Observation. Careless, indfiferent observation does not go hack of the eye. If the mind is not focussed, the image is not clear-cut, and Is not carried with force and distinctness enough to the brain to enable it to get at the truth and draw accurate conclusions. Success Magazine. Chinese Wind Wagon. The "wind cart' 'used for irrigation purposes by the Chinese consists of eight tall mat sails, fixed perpendlcu larlyon a wooden frame. The sails go round with the wind, which causes the water from the river to be pumped through a trough. Maligned Empress. According to Miss Katherlne Carl, who painted a portrait of the dowager empress of China, the Impression that she is a bloodthirsty wretch is errone ous. Miss Cal found he not only pleas ing but also a vey Intellectual woman. Accomplished Butcher. August Forster, who Is more than a millionaire, and a son of a recently deceased St Louis packer, is slaugh tering'hogs at ten dollars a week. He is 22 years old, and a graduate of the University of Missouri. Pirst Single Sail System. On the Coney Inland meadows- there still stand sections of the structure of the first single rail system built in this country, which was to convey holiday seeders to the seashore at the rats of a mile a minute. J Sheet Iron. Sheet iron can now be rolled so thin that it takes 15,000 sheets to make a single Inch in thickness. Light shines as clearly, through one of-these sheets as through axdlnary tissue paper. i Sign ofPoaiartlo Sterna. Bart Haswell, who was married last Week, came out on his front porch the other morning and kicked the dog twice. Woflasburg (Mo.) Becord. Largest Lumber Cargo. Xorfolk, Vs., shipped recently the largest single cargo of lumbererer aaat eat L360.000 Xeet of North CanUna fias, lor New York flraas. - Taming; thalahlea, .A year ago Rasla was rwthlosrty "trying to PbsbIiiTsq Fialaad New nhwHs herself is flag -KrX. Trfaaaa, -Wasa a girl gives a, waariigjraisat am Heels that she Is jaersly.sastlag ar . aa the waters. N.T. Tftat. &m Dalhfc. a Fnach ssw np vawwa par aww am aff)ia JT Macaertawiaa. Bet Pttitfasl c!aaranws4 ca3afy to pat po wtfr at snnnns. .Sag!' A aaOeaatbMii Blip's XymtfaJ-Trfp. Tha transport Logan, which arrirca at San Trancisco -from Manila recently, had a somewhat eventful trip, as It in eluded an attempted murder, a ty phoon, a suicide and a series of thefts from staterooms. The Logaa was In Manila bay during the great typbooa and rescued many Filipinos, la oae native boat was a Filipino, his wife, a baby and a pis. The iuiplaoarst sent the pig upthe Logan's side, then the baby, and was coming up next himself, but at that point, the Logan's crew drew the line and insisted on prece dence for Mrs. Filipino. Zioubetr Xetireme&ti President Loubet 'says, he will prob ably withdraw from politics altogether when .his present term expires. He could hare a reelection, but will not "I could be of use," he adds, naively, "as a member of the senate, but while my district would probably send me to the chamber of deputies the department would not elect me senator. I am con sidered too conservative and not suffi ciently republican." Sight' and Left-Handed. In all right-handed persons the strength of the left hand is found by Prof. Caster, a French physiologist, to ibe about nine-tenths of that of the right hand. Quite curiously, the move ment of supination, or turning the palm upward by rotating-the forearm, Is more powerful than the opposite pronation, or turning the palm down by outward rotation. A Hard Sider. Among Lord Roberts' countless claims to distinction It is little known that he Is one of the best and hardiest riders In the British army. In hi younger days he was nicknamed "Jehu" "because he rideth furiously," and even to-day his staff must be good riders and well mounted In order to keep pace with him. Good Reason. Sfte You are depressed. I didn't know you cared so much for your un cle. He. I didn't; but I was the means oT keeping him in an Insane asylum the last year of his life,, and now that he has left me all nls money I've got to prove that he was of sound mind. Tit-Bits. Man's Proverbs. Men and men only are responsible for proverbs. By far the greater num ber of proverbs relating to women are calumnies, gross perversions of fact neither appropriate nor self-entailed, but due to the malice, stupidity and In accuracy of those who made them. London Gentlewoman. Titled Gardener. The duke of Bedford, the ground landlord of Covent Garden market, Lon don, derives over $75,000 a year from that space alone. It came into the possession of the Bedford family three centuries ago, at a time when its year ly value was estimated at about $32. In Mitigation. Gwilliams Your favorite -authors are Rudyard Kipling and Henry James? That's the oddest combina tion I ever heard of. Sfllrft O, I don't know. I find Henry James admirable as a -chaser. Chicago Tribune. Various Wan. How various Is man! One of him was shot for a bear out In Michigan the other day; another was killed .for a rabbit down In South Carolina, and one bit the dust In Maine because he resembled a deer. Newark News. Got Sack at Zditor. For revenge on the editor of the Neu esten Hachrlchten, Bamberg, Germany, who had published an unapprectatire account of their exploits, some burglars entered his "house and smashed every thing on the premises. Doetar Work Wasted. In the "Situations Wanted" in the London Express was this advertise ment: "Galloping consumption of means; Dr.' Work wanted. Address, Patient, Bed 648, Dally Express, Tudor street" Kf th Cardinal It Is considered probable that the Host Rev. 'Francis Bourne, arch bishop of Westminster, will be chosen as the fifth eariiaal to be appointed at the next ce-actstory la Soaw. largest Ccais Cargo. Chicago shipped the largest aiagla cargo of grain, coBsfstlag of 335,969 hsaheis of eonr aad 8,009 'haaaels of asxley, aggregating 7,972 toss.' fttatN ia Ireland. Sir Opaaa Doyle aad other pahllc aatritad .sen have started la to ascer tain whether tehacco -can e grewa yroafahly la Ir&laadL Gead-ftafiy, te-Wher&d you set yaarlaaaira-tfea-froas?" -TaaJwae? ryoai jay life. r Ctfayttola. Vki that Jo he ftnaa al k Mack wed ia Caiaa aad Japaa aa-artiel of feed. Tmrtm Air Mt.M0eafe are om the sea, a- as aamewgirs oc latheyw. ttcerKafttatAift, "Beasts -of arey are mat' sm4 r toe4 - Taa-tigar M tae aaawiajitiaJa" Trench, Bakers. Bakers la Trance are subjected to several unusual rules and regulations. In large fortified towns, for Instance, they must always have a certain stock In hand In case of war. Not only this, but everywhere they have to deposit a cam of money In the hands- of the mu nicipal authorities as a surety of good conduct; and the law, not content with merely looking after their weights and measures, actually decides the price at which bread Is sold. His Begret Sincere; "Have you got to perform an opera tion on me, doctor?" "I am sorry to say I have." "What ails me?" "Before I answer that question, ray dear sir, let me ask you one. What Is your financial condition?" "I-am as poor as Job's turkey." "Then, sir, I r regret still more deeply to say that your ailment la appendicitis." Chicago Tribune. Paper Saucepans. Compressed paper pulp, Impregnated with certain salts, Is molded Into the form of saucepans, which, on account of their lightness, were used largely by the Japanese army in Manchuria. They stand the fire well, provided they be kept full of liquid. They have been adopted hy the German army and have been introduced into Antwerp. Mb Mistake Here. "We all laugh at the story of the man who took a bath every Fourth o' July whether he needed it or not," re marked the Old Codger, "but there's a whole lot of prosperous business men that think they've done their full duty by their Heavenly Father If they go to church regularly every ThanksgIvln, day." Chicago Sun. Statue Too Bulky. The equestrian statue of "Physical Energy," made in London, to be erect ed on the Matoppo hills. South Africa, as a memorial to Cecil Rhodes, has been found too bulky and heavy for the journey. It now lies In an express company's yard until a decision is rescued as to what shall be done with It Disastrous Oversight In a Berlin music hall one night lately a conjurer was pretending to catch heavy Iron balls on his face. But his assistant forgot to change one of the Iron balls exhibited for a light globe, and after the conjuror had re ceived the ball in his face he had to be taken to a hospital. Pays to Be Quick Witted. "It has come to my ears," remarked Miss Be Playne, "that you said my face would make a man climb a fence." "Yes, that's what I said," replied the diplomatic one; "but, of course, I meant If be happened to be on the other side of the fence." Stray Stories. Old Prescriptions. A I-ondon coroner remarked recently that a law should be passed against the use of old medical prescriptions. Prescriptions useful at one time, he said, may be readly when used again by people whose physical condition has wholly changed. "Walking Xing" Halted. John Clarke, "the walking king," was valKlng around the world lor a wager till November 4. On that day he was arrested at Grimsby, England, for stealng two rings, and will not be able to walk for eight months. - Aged Zulu. A Zulu named Kwezi, living In Al fred county, Natal, has died at the ad vanced age of 117 years. Meat and nailk were the principal articles of his diet His sister, three years older than himself, still lives. Chauffeur's Big Pay. It Is declared -on' the authority of a leading member of the Automobile club of America that there Is one ihaaffeur In New Tork city who is re ceiving an annual salary of 1 6,000. Paris Ruffians. The "Apaches," the roughs of Paris, are being instructed in jiu-jitsu by an ex-coaTict and ex-prize fighter, so as to be on even terms with the police, who are also being Instructed In the art. Xaasia'a Dark Days. The long rigor of a Russian winder lies j9t before a land miserable aad poverty-stricken in the mild weathar of. autumn. Cleveland Leader. Deepest 'Seg. The deepest bog in Great Britain im to he found at Tregaron, Jn Cardigan ahlre, where the peat Is from.20 to 36 feet in tii"frTiaaw. , Tethia Defag. Kalcker Horr does your gtaasx aea& arworkT ' ' . Bockar Like a life insurance jreal 4ast. N. Y. Sua. 3Kt Tiajrawloa. what is caltarer - "Xy ao&,it's vhatsoma people hart feafera jwiJdmw thea-cTairs Oaaafer. - Oxford The Ualveraity Press, at Oxftti ariats hooks la U9aaraat . o - -4 & la .Gfaaalaftdjfeiatoea sever -9 t tha aya-Mee. SaHenXeet. Tear 'seven sailors la J, A. O'Dennell, - H. D. CrH Q'Donneli & Coghlin Attorneys at Law Pfeoec 364 Maia Hetic?oUta Mock N. V. Cor. LaSiBe &Radolaa S. Chicago GRAY & MORAtt . ATTORNEYS AT LArt Suite 111 Ashland Block, Clark and Randolph Sta. Tel. Central 569. CHICAGO. ResMfflf W Telophase Ashland 323 Office Telephones Ceatral 1239 AatsauUte SIM MILES J. DEYIHE ATTORNEY AT LAW" gvlta 31S-3M Bcq Keck CLARK AND WASHINGTON STS. CHICAGO. 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