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BATURDAY. . . A LESSON IN PBACTICAL POINTS FOR BOYS WITH AMBITION AND GENIUS. Description of How to Make a Work Bench. Ee^un la Last Week's Ar ticle. Conciuded?The "Stock BU1H or List of the Pieces Required? How to Make Trestles, Bench Hook, Shoot Bonrd, Etc. ? In : - ' > ' - ' ? thr our bein aidth Ui i \^> ( R the baek of t i fraaaa This board ls natl.-.l to | .-. but ahould ba ? tha aaaaa krral aa the front pkaal trlpa aadat lt on th> frame an.i by nailin tka bad of tl.. for it ; (ahowa ln last week's an: l: || i as (iir*-. ?.-.! tl. of U ? tn>- is alroady at a aufflclent belahl (aaraa alahtl ?n in.-h? abova tha top aaaat of tka back legs to make up for the dift In the th front plank and tka back board of tlie bench top. The vi*o froni ahoald, if possible. be made of n. hard : | it shoui.i ka oaa aml ikraa foauiki fnches in thi. k and 'If, to fj baahaa la IBBBJtk ttha length depcn.iing on tb?- kaaghl of the ?aaaak), an.i u daalrad it may ba re duced to : . : artdtk at rkt lower end. vkkek will gUe it a neater app.aran..-. This is akuaB in tha drawiug. K;p | A Tw.. lachaa from the lower end a aaortlaa two and one balf inchea long and one-half inch wide must be cut through and through This is to raaatra the ?nd 0f the ellde plece, C. Kig 9 (shown in last week's artlclel, which has a tenon, or tongue, cut ',n ?h. aad to rif in thia mortise, as *e aaaa shown at I) in Fig 9, and must be kept in place by a long wood screw or by a half-lnch pln, aa ahown at E. Fig. t; A. In this alide plece, which must ha made of some hard wood, a series ol holes muat be torced for the insert ;on of a small iroti rod. or pln, whicA cnuat be moved from tlme to tlme ao FIO. 11. aa to keep thr* . p^aing of tba vlaa the aame width at the bottom as at tba top. It is bettor to use an iron screw for this bench. such as ia shown In Fig. 6 B. beina? more eaaily fitted and oosiing but littie more than a curuber aome wooden screw. It ahould be at least 15 incbes lon/t and one and one foi.rth Inchea ln diameter. * With a gouge tnlarge tba hole ln tke back leg to receive the aut, flt tlng It tightly and faatenlng It to tka lag by two sjhort, baavy wood. screws throiisrb ihe wing projeotlon's of the nut Tho pln for the 3ii.le should ba tn?de of a piece of flve 1 atha-lncb niiiad Iroa, and baaf aiih a loop or eye on one end ao that lt may be fastoned by a atoari nrt to the ha] of tho beach, as n works out ooaUy an.l la Uable to be loat among tho ?havhaaa >>n the floor. If our f0l lowed the batldlag of oacb a bench as we have just doocrtbod is ex good practlce for ; As all lumher for the bOBOh ohoalf be bougbt air the ordering not onl> ? mill to thi exact Bofoi ? ?fulij .I.i h? I . thlck n th? There or?a ? Iu I in whlcb ly tl: ar? ;: con III tor a blgh, ? ? ? BJ in ?? BJ ? work' iug with ti ? ?, tha ? adjui lt is well ta quartt r in. h bolea in thi ?r.i of arhich Trestles. a boraaa or t raal les aocb as oao Thej ahould be froo FKi 13 length aml from 16to 16lachaohlBB the latter helghl for a fall-growa youth or man. The otethod ol coaatroctloo is .. at A in Flg 12. and ai section of tha apper pteca lmiu.iing dimensious at B. Tha apper pteet iboakf ba throa aad oo< balf Inchea wtda and two at. larter Inchea In thtct Tho kagi wiii ba If t.. jyj inchea loug. and OBO-half lachoa wide and eightha ot aa lack la thk I and ahould be ta. aFlg.ll to two and OB4 t-ouarti r Inchea wide at tbe lower end After the receeaeaarecal in the aapet ? h leg lal with flve one and throa qaartaf lack No, 12 wood screws. flret botiag IblllBgb the laga with a qaarter-tncb blt, aml then bore iuto tho apper pteca with a oao eighth inch blt, and ream or < oiinter fiink the i Ightb inch below thesuifa.e aothal the treth of the saw may not strik- njured by them. Laatty, trlia off the oaaaa oa the laga bbbouih with tba toy adaa of the upper piece. and aloo aaB or trim off tbe lower ends so that thoy will ott flrni ly on the loor. The erooi braoai on the lega Just under the top Otoei ?hould be six lnches wide. flve-eighths af an inch in thickness and nailed on with one and one-half inch wtro nalls Bench Hook. The bench hook iliustrate.l iu Flg. 13 ahould be made of poplar or some other rataty hard wood. and is very Decesaary. not only forsawingand tiim mlng small pieces with the backsaw. but also for planing and dressing the ends of small piecea, as will be explained more fully later on. The board should be M inch<* 'ong, six lnches wide and three-quarter* of an inch in thickness. The upper aTOBl piece is flve inchea locg. two lnches wide and one inch ln thlckneea. The lower croas piece la six inchea long and atherwtaa <>f the sanie dimen aions aa tbe upper piece. Faaten one of thesa croas pleces to each opposlte end and on opposlte afdao of the board with flve one and otie-ba'.f inch No. 11 screws, and. as before. bore througb the upper piecea with a quarter-inch blt and eoun tersink the anaaaj heada Hush with tho surface of tbe piece. Great care must be taken to screw on these croas piecea at an exact right angle with the board. Shoot Board. Tha shoot board abown in Flg. 14 la used for Jointing tbe edges of short pieces. and wlll be very necessary fot . ?11 tbose who wlsh to do true aad correct Band worh It may be nmd" from pine Bff poplar. aml uta jn laaaajth Tha aawar ptaee ii- t "?, lachaa wide aud % in> h i - The up aida, and must not be more th b La Lhk I It extends or? t tka lowar aaa aaahaa on tha lati baad Uuwn at A in the lllustiation. Th* inch Ln |or 1 is rirniiy B froaa tka i<?w i koard b and in tb.- u a strip i j tklcki Wh< Parwa an(1 ' rront The ? l - ' Tha ahoal I b No. i cz ? ; eral p v ? QUEER TRAITS OF WOMEN. Scene in a Sh f which ArBBBB un aud ^' i e uafalr aaaaoi Craigi ago I ooaid I from ,iarJ IU' tb. :., lu WUlcU lh" ' blllad ? and i t he ; tho ' paaaagt 1H- has Bl 1 liimli . Mra. ura bafo London club: 'W..m.u ara by aatura .uifair, al r uu lair-i. ?VOlll.i 111.-Ii u.t ?] ? uol lataadtd i a "Aal . .inan ? i be ~ fu." .> Aaaa araa aoi ao wiaTaraat from other woui.-n. The mui after all. v.-r.- .otniiiitt.-d !?. , ,. q| bt-r i . aat) aad tk bar in Judging Kichard." BO of Ijnly Anne's aaadtalatloa t l ma> t plaii-l bj two traits that nadarll feminiiif Batura, uu.l oa* of these ? dlractly apoa tha argaaaaat ad '? b] Ul iho BO in ii.-r claim that tka feniale BOfl ped. The | advaiu-ed by nearly aii tha eaaaaaaatatara of shak- aa They ara that tha frmlalaa aaiad La LaasUaad tojudga ertaaa aaara laalaaUy wh?-n it is com mitted fot h.-r BBB*, aml that it is aoaaaa .-< aal ura! laapal aaaa aa axaltatkai at tha Batlaa of re formiiif.' a arb ka i or aka^adoaaad aaaaea line balag t.y himiii him :he ?ning liitlu.-iu'c of her soft.-r, gentler i Ancestry of Kinga. King Atfoaao of Spain is four-fiftha Austrian. Kin? Victor Kmman aal is iii.il .ii than Itallan, Em peror fTaacda Joaapk and his pre aumptivc h.-ir an- for a large part Bavarian and It.ilian. th.- king of Sw.-den aud Norway is of Rearuaise and French BOBIBB, the king of Greece is a Dane, the king of S.-rvia ia hadf Russiau. the priucc of Rulgaria has no Bulgarian blood in him, the emperor of RussTa is v.-ry much Danish or Ger man. the kaag of the Belgians haa no Belgian kkaad in him. BM the king of England is Saxe-Cc -rg-Hanover, Norman and French. Awful Reaponaibility. A womau's waist Is located anywhare betwean her cbin and her knees. accord ing to her drcssmaker N V. i'reaa. Ha Had. Woman of the Houae (handing him a plate of oil.l s.-rapsi?You look lika a man who haa seen belter days. Fondry (Iretts ? Yea'm. thankea. I have Ther' was a tlme. ma'am. w'en 1 would have blushed to haud such a layout aa this to a dog.?Chicago Trib une. Not tha Hlt of tha Taar. "You once wrote a book entitled ?How I Got Rich," dld you not?" "Yaa ? "Well. you don't look vary rlck BOW.' "No; I got poor trying to brtba tka publio to buy it."?Houaton Poat, TO HIDE THE F1REPLACE. Pill It with G'eenery to Take Away Keininder of Keat snd A-Id Other DecoratiOB If Desired. KOBJ attention must be tui i ? ? 0j our | pliahed, aml the ? ade glow.r all. t i. B " w i t h ? ination b saaff bould ? ? f this ? .... ? ? ? . ? I about taele etiguette. Very Good People A: Ceremo I, Is Regi tta Plnd of all ;,( tho :ioth wom? en at the , u ;l K>ald OOBM to ihe ereryoae I aiut roau ndlag uai This Baore lik. poa m a <.. ? home llfc l iit e\. n at bom ptiaeiplo must be carri pofal that e\, r> man Mi-m :.l be taught t.. practlce it on ail o. Talklag of this remln iiat I saw rocoBtly h eldorty ? n of dist inctloi | lag w ith her ooooti around th.. ? paaaed a i I'Bilntant ? I h.- man, laatead ?>f rkdng, ? ilaed his I hreodlag bowa la that oae almpla act of his. Bat, to return ?.. , f the ? for aaj Baaal precadeace glvoo to tho lady of the bonae, and it ls a gra..tui ooartooj f.?r ber h>, oo mpksoa her .hair tor he, AI niall. intormal fllaaara or Ibi leada the way, iBTltlag i 1 t<> roiiow. At acafa .?r botel dlalni rooai tho head ahowa the waj h The roae an.l %*... ator the room flrst. flollowod by At large dinners th- men and women enter the dlahue-rooui arm-in-arm. When seate.l tha ? Osoxra their I and put thea* their bsBB un fold the na]>kin oaot and la.^ their kllees Summery Dress. A dtag ln ikOBaord plaid checks of taaaartao and ahlta was among last summer s . fferings and it appears again in th. aOW stuffs at the tight end (.f ihe ^amut of white and hrowu ohocka an.l conjures up a vision of an ? mart shirt waist fro.k or oftaraooa frock It would. for iustance, enter effectlvely into a frock distfnrtl> of lace, bor Barod by velvet ribbon shirred at both edges The ho.lice hlonses slightly and aySBBl all the w*?y down the front to nhow soft Jabots of lace, the fronts being flnisbed hy veiiet riht>on set on ln scrolls. The niodel mlght be effectively and easily carrled out in any pretty voile. crepe ..r eolienne and would be oarotf modish throughout the summer. Wrinklea. Wrlnkles and a6B00ea should always be maasaKeil in thoOBpoalta dirOCt that is Bpward and oBtward. lt is well to learn the anatomy of the face before attemptlng to eraae wrlnkles The K??n eral rule given sbove Is establiahed bat does not provtde for exceptions In in dividual < .. 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