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T II E TULSA DAILY WORLD,
1918 RESERVIST FINDS PARIS HAS CHANGED As Much Changed As Aver ;c Soldier at the Front. a 1 ACTS LIKE TOURIST War Has Reduced Numbe and Leveled Condi- t ions, Too. PARIS, July 16. The reservist home for the first time ufter u ymr ;il Ihe front realizes less the change in himself than the transformation or his I'aris. He has acquired his new color gradually and has built up hla hlth erto unknown muscles almost Imper ceptibly. The blase Parisian, who left for the front ioft and pallid, with tOOpIng shoulder and spiritless eye, Indifferently Interested In 'if'', oomei had- not only strengthened but bright ened; hla mind haa been reopened to Impressions. The little revolutions that have transformed Parli, grad ually, break upon him all at once; ho Is more like a tourist visiting I lie Trench capital for Ihe first time than n man who knows, or knew, his boule- a i ds by heart. II is a curious sperlacle to see the reservists swarming into the court of the Gate du Nord tike Children full if picnic enthusiasm. They seem to discover something new everywhere; first of all it is I lie civilian 'hat gets their curious attention. There Is first the surprise of the man from the trenches Hint so many men were left at home; then there is unconcealed amusement al the gravity With which the less reassured of the noncombat anls read tin- official communiques and calculate the chances of being safe in I 'aris another winter. The ab sence of motor buses, the reduced number of uiitomohiles and decreased fa- nun s fur transportation inspire all soils of ipiips and jil.es nl the "civlls;" SB for himself the reservist has in creased his stock of resourcefulness. A year ago to- would have fumed Wli'-n ninihle to find a cat,; today he trots off to the sul. way, satisfied and tmused lo think that the "clvils" must he devilishly annoyed. Wlo-p he sits down on (lie terrace Of i cafe he amuses himself by or dering prohibition drinks and pokes fun al the old boulevardler at his side Wlio takes his substitute for absinthe With a grimace. ; Having lost the habit of a soft bed until X or D o'clock in the morning, he lias discovered a new I'aris the Palis of the early hours that goes Cityward from 7 o'clock on and is jrarely seen at its best by those Who find it only when submerged by the bnsile of the later hours. The ordi nary sewing women, with pricked and gtninctl finger-ends, comes first; n llttb later the smart class of milliners models and seamstresses, the shop girls, stenographers, terminating with the mannequins and foreladles, the aristocracy of the great fur cloak and dressmaking establishments War has reduced the number and leve,., conditions; the procession is still charming, but with new features It Is a long line of white and black. N-i crape here, for their mourning is democratic; rich bereavement! alone may wear the aristocratic weeds. Those that work content themselves With black skirt and little jacket with white collarette, This little world that flies past in the early hours, is witness of the tribute. I'aris lias paid to th- ' piitrie." Conversations vary little, fine has a letter, another Is anxious because she hasn't . ne. Those !n black talk without bitterness, wiiii a sign of revolt against what they endure. Formerly most of them en route devoured stories published by the morning papers, Now they are plunged Into the official com muniques from different belligerent countries, which they comment with quite as much perspicacity as the bajld headed gentleman who later in the day wins or loses a dozen battles over his aperitif at his favorite cafe. Strangest of all, these girls become assiduous readers of the "Journal of ficial." the congressional record of France, They look at once to the r ic.s containing the citations In the , rders of the day. Everyone of them In. pi s to find there the name of some of the boys at the front. They gener ally have a little flower to spare, and this an early morning reservist gels, along with one of the touching les Mns uf wartime In Paris. "S i prist i! Hut I'aris is dark," Is a common remark, not that It bothers the reservist who has acquired seme thing of the sight of a cat at the from, but he wonders how the "clvils" Can land It. Knowing that the cafes were formerly dosed nt eight, ho wonders win they are not filled as in the eld days until the present (losing hour of half past ten. "That." the 'civil" tells Mm, "Is something In the nature rf 'acclimatatlon' like life at the front." He hM acquired the 8 (.-. b.ck habit and this habit has he roine as strong as the 2 o'clock In tho morning habit. PLUNGER VISITS BRITISH CITIES 128 TRUE BILLS IN MURDER CASE Killing of irkanaua sheriff Drought Decisive V-lloii M i,, a Grand Jury, OSCEOLA, Ark. Aug Hi. The grand jury which has been In session lure since last Friday, tonight re turned a total uf. 12s true bills in connection with the slaying of g D, Mauldtn, sheriff of sflaslsslppl oounty, Arkansas, on island :t; In the Missis sippi river near lure ami the opera tion of alleged blind tigers o'n the Island, Tin, mas Osborne, stepfather of Andy ('ruin, shut to death in his cell in the Jail here, was Indicted 36 limes on charges of operating a blind tiger Robert Kenton, Tolley Kenton ami Have llearn were Indicted as acces sory before tin- fact in the murder uf Sheriff ttauldln. No Indictments were announced in connection with the death of Crum at the hands of a mob, TURK COMMANDER TELLS OF EXPLOIT 1 1 is Torpedo Boa1 I )est L'oyed Britain Lineship Goliath. AN UNUSUAL STORY DEFEAT OF RUSSIA SHOULD BE LESSON Tic iish fob for T! Aboard the Little Ot toman Vessel. W B D N E s I) A Y . A V Q 1 S T 1 fl ''3 T IT R E B i se Authority Says the United Stales Should Be Pre pared For a War. I ETR 'IT. .Mich.. Aug 16. Ill the opinion ot i nited states Representa tive, S. s. Crago of VVaynesburg, Pa., commander In-chief of the veterans Of foreign wars ,,f the United States, who are meeting here In annual con vention, the United States shauld have a first line army of 1 00, 000 nun, a second line army of the same number and equipment for one million sol. diers. i "The experience Russia la now hav ing shows the vital Importance of equipment fur war," said Commander Crago when the convention pened ths afternoon. "The . experience of other nations during the great war now raging shows the necessity for men." Among Ihe 1,200 delegates attend ing the meeting .are many who have fought in the Philippines, "I do not believe our work In the I I'hilippi nes is finished," said Chap lain Samuel J. Smith of the United States army, who has seen service there on three different occasions, VILLA SUFFERS A SERIOUS DEFEAT NOOALE8, Ariz., Aug. 16. Gover nor .lose Maytorena of the state of Sonora and villa commander leading the defense against an attack of Car ransa troops under Oeneral P, Ellas Calles, four miles from Nognles, So nora. narrowly escaped capture today In a battle four miles from town in Which the Villa troops were over whelmingly defeated. The Villa com mander was led Into a trap Afte.r an attack lasting all day Oeneral P, ESllaa Calles' Carransa troops investing Nogulcs, Sonora, across the international boundary line from here halted tonight four miles from the town. The Carransa front extends for five miles from the bonier south. Fighting is expected by the Villa forces. The Vaqui Indians un der General Urbejapo saved the day for Maytorena. Peru's 'resident Quits. LtM ,, Peru, Aug. 16, Col. Oscar Heiiavbles, provisional president of Peru, resigned at a meeting of con gress today. Setior Hon .lose I'ardo was elected president of Pan at elections last May and the choice was unanimously ratified at a session of the Peruvian congress in Lima on August 10, . Proclaim Himself tCmperor, PEKING, Aug. 16. The project of proclaiming himself emperor is being discussed by Yuan Shi Kill, president of the Chinese republic, with his Im mediate supporters and Prof. Frank Johnson Goodnow of .inhns Hopkins university, legal adviser to the Chinese government, who is spending the summer in l'ekiug. Several Cities on the Irish Sea Fired by Bombardment. LONDON, August 16 (8:33 p. m.) Tarton Harrington and Whitehaven, jn Cumberland. England, on the Irish sea, were bombarded today by a Ger man submarine, a Hrltisli official Statement tonight announced. Some fires were caused but the damage WSJ Blight and there were no casulaties, the statement adds. Whitehaven, which lies near the entrance of Sol way Firth, has a popu lation of about 20,000. The town has numerous factories for the manufac ture of cordage, sail cloth and other commodities together with iron and brass foundries and ship yards. Har rington Is a small town five miles north Of Whitehaven, its population being about 4.000. I'arton is another small seaport town a mile and a half fr Whitehaven. World Want Ads sax e the Job hunter many steps. Heath in Texas Hotel I 'ire. CANADIAN, Texas, Aug. 16. E. E. Miller of Amarillo, Texas, Was suffo cated to death and three other per sons injured In a fire here today which destroyed the Southern hotel. Miller leaves B widow and four child ren. Cause of the fire is unknown. The Pay Envelope, What you find In your pay en velope is not enough. A pay en velope Is a drawing account, a meal ticket- -that's all. four salary Is the means to satisfy your every-day wants -to keep your mind off of worry, off of failure. What you are paid is only a test to determine whether you will' try to earn more. The pay envelope is a certificate of membership proof that you are actually in the organization. inly small men work for salaries very long. They soon begin to work for advancement If they are big. Until you Ret on the payroll, you can "not get onto the opportunities offered in the organization. When you are once on the pay roll. Just forget your salary and fix your mind on the chances ahead. Add to your experience the value of disci pline. Look upon your position as a college, a university of unlimited pos sibilities. Your employer must necessarily make a Utle money on your efforts, otherwise ho could not continue to pay you. nut don't let this little profit that he makes stand In your own Way of getting all there Is to get out of your own position. If you are Working for your sniarly only, you are cheating yourself more than you cheat the boss. You are losing a great chance to have someone pay you while you make yoUrself valuable. The Silent Partner. Taking the Doctor's Orders, A country doctor up north, walking nut one day with a Highlander who boasted he was a stanch teetotaller, resolved to put him to the test. Pass ing a hotel, he asked him in and ordered two glasses of whisky. After they had "shifted" these, and two or three more at the doctor's expense, his friend began to get a wee bit "glib o' the gab." The doctor then, feel ing he had him. bluntly asked: "How does this square wl' your teetotal pretensions T" "Weil." quoth John with a quiet smile, "though I'm a stanch teetotal ler, I'd be a fule to refuse what the doctor orders " fCorrotpondosot "f ths Atsoclsted Press). CONSTANTINOPLE, July 16, Captain-Lieutenant Rudolph BMrle, commander of the Turkish torpedo boat Munvant Which sent the British llneshlp Goliath to the bottom of Morto Bay off Bid-el-Dahr, in the Dardanelles! has told his own full story of ins exploit to the Associated press correspondent, amplifying with some interesting details the earlier accounts. Captain I t i If is a young man of thirty-three years, but looks no more than twenty-six. He is a Rhine lander slight in build, and speaks English almost without foreign ac cent. The tornado boat h m- I manded was one of four vessels of the same Class winch were trans ferred from Germans to Turkish own rahlp several years ago. Before her change In ownership she was known as the "8-166." Winn aske.i to relate his experi ence In sinking the Qollath, Captain Plrle pr eded with this straight forward matter-of-fac narrative, The British ships off the Darda nelles' entrance were causing the Turkish troops near Sid-el-Hahr some trouble. It was decided that Some thing would have to be done to re move a little of the one-sidedness of the affair. "Shortly after midnight, May 12-18, the Muavent slipped through the Turkish mine fields and approached the British fleet of warships ami transports Which was lying in and south of .Morto bay, "As we passed one of the last prom. ontorlea the British fleet, with every porthole lit and projector playing, gave all the impression of a large citv let me say like Kiel on regatta day. "The Pritlsh Ships had on that da) kept up tin. bombardment of the Turkish positions until after II o'clock at niiihl. On the way down. I I held a council with my two lieuten ants as to the lime of night we were to make our attack. We thought at first that the noise of the bombard ment which was then still going on. would aid us. Liter we decided to wait until the weary crews had turned in. expecting that after so strenuous a day's work they would he too tired to exercise more than a perfunctory vigilance. "It was proven shortly afterward! that tliis theory was correct. "We continued down the strait at a leisurely gait of from seven to eight knois an hour. I ordered 'his be cause I wanted to get as close to the 1 British iis possible before they wouic discover the presence of an enemys craft. Driving a torpedo boats ma chinery at full tilt cause a great deal of noise and what is worse blows too many sparks out of the funnels. Patrols on Dnty, "it was about il'::)o, midnight, when I saw ahead of me the outlines of two British desttoyera. They were pa trolling the strait i am sure that they must have seen us, Bui our low speed evidently fooled them They I eld to their course and I let the Muavent glide through between them. "Beyond the destroyers we sighted eigtit torpedo boats, churning through Hie EJaenkol bay in pairs, each two keeping In a sort of echelon position. I admit that things began to look very Interesting. "Hut the eight torpedo boats, like the two destroyers, kept looking after their business,' whatever that may have been, So on wo went at the same speed. "Just as we rounded the northern promotory which helps to form Morto bay, the silhouettes of two Ilritish line ships came into view. 1 held the Muavet for the bow of the nearest, and kept this course until we were close to her. Naturally, I ex pected to have my boat detected each instant and have a few shells come her way. Nothing of the sort oc curred, however. "To have a torpedo strike surely It is necessary to have Its course run as closely at a right angle to the side of the target as possible. This obliged me to steer to port in a slight curVo, because I had decided to torpedo the Itrilish line Ship On her starboard side, which was nearest to the open water through which the Muavet would have to escape". "The Muavet was discovered just as her broadside became visible to the lookouts on the British line ships. A night signal flash began to work. Its long and short blinking spelled out What ordinarily isdhe Morse letter. "I wasn't quite prepared to glvn an Intelligent answer to that, but felt that the inquiring was for me. I got to work with my own night lantern, and also spelled 'O, taking .It for granted thai a repetition of the sig nal on my part would at least delay some other action or prevent for a few moments the making of another Inquiry. "The ruse succeeded. After a few Iseeonds delay, the signal man on the Goliath again flashed ''. I replied With the same number of (lots and 'dashes, and having now come wthin 1 350 to 400 cards of the Hritlsh ves ;sel, amidships, made up my mind to I fire the three torpedo tubes. "The third '' of the Goliath's slg jnal man came more speedily than the 1 preceding two. I lamed one torpedo, than number two and three ten sec onds apart. ! "The first torpedo hit the Goliath i well forward. I saw a blinding flash and a cloud of smoke. Before the secpnd torpedo strm k near tilts for ward mast the vessel had already listed to starboard. "By the second torpedo nn explo sion In the interior of the Goliath was caused, Before the third tor pedo lilt, the Vessel was as good as totally lost. "We started on our return trip with a little better speed but kept the fires down, because 1 didn't want to have the sparks from the funnels show where WS were." 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If yon cannot call, we will be glad to demonstrate tlie Column Selector in your oJJUe. Cull or write. No obliga tion involved. Remington Typewriter Company . lncorpoiatcd 817 sin I'll BOSTON', 11 l.s. Official Typewriter, Panama-Pacific International Exposition ijf.fw-r"-"'- ....... : .. -.: - ,; ; POLICEMAN KILLED BY TWO MEXICANS!, WILL ARREST ALL TAGLESS AUTOISTS bro&t Out ;iiid Stabbed Several Times in tin' Back. FORT WORTH AROUSED Clean-Up of the Mexican Quarter Is Promised After Trouble. FORT WORTH, Texaa, Aug, 10. Recent trouble in the Mexican quarter here reached a climax tonight When Peter Howard, a police officer, was killed by two Mexicans, who ."lashed his tlfroat and Itabbed him While he was mi duty. Both of thil Mexicans escaped, and a strong force of police and Members of the national f-'iiard were at once sent in quest of them. At an early morning hour. however, nothing had been seen of cither nf tlie men. and It Is feared they left the city on an outbound train. According to the police, the trouble arose when Howard arrested a Mex ican as a suspicious character. While In' v as marching his prisoner to the police station, i robably for the pur pose uf searching him for concealed weapons, he was attacked by an ac iomplioe from tlie rear. He was Stabbed several times in the hack, at w hich time his prisoner also attacked lo in and cut his throat, The trouble has been of ion stand ing between. the Mexicans and police, PreitUcntly policemen hav" heen fired at, and it is thought Mexicans had; been responsible for the shots. It mm Is said to be the Intention to rid the city of the lower lass of Mexican as they have heen causing annoyance for residents In tho residential section of the city. GOLD DIGGERS ARE BUSY IN MUSKOGEE it v Wholl) Oblivious f tho Mate Ijiw Drivers Must Complj with ihe I, o,ai Ordinance, "1 will notify as many of the owners as i can, and arrest those who fail to comply with tlie instructlosn." said Motorcycle Patrolman Hughes yesterday, in speaking of the automo bile owners who have failed to pro vide themselves with the city tax taws. Under the state law, the driver is compelled to carry a number and license tag on the rear end Of hla car. Tlie city ordinance is in conflict with this law, as It requires that a city tag only shall adorn the auto mobile that traverses the Tulsa high ways. The automobile owner seems to he between the "devil and the deep sea." If he complies With tlie state law. he will be nabbed by the city, and if ho complies with the city law he will be garnered into the clutches of the state's laws. Specific Instructions have been given to all policemen to arrest all drlcers whose cars do not have the city tag on tlie rear. AS the state and the city laws are In direct conflict, a test case will be necessary to determine tlie rights of tlie auto owners. GONBOAT FEARS TO ENTER MISSISSIPPI Arrival of Brazilian Minis ter in Washington Js Delayed. Ground w V round Former I II. Wainwrighl I HoiliM oiiiIh il. lesklcnce Being Sperhil to Tin' World. V7AINWRIQHT, Okla., Aug. 16 Cold dinners are hoiieycom hi lu,' the ground about the former residence of W, II Walnwrlght. once treasurer of Muskogee county and now serving a fourteen-year embezzlement sentence in the penitentiary, in the belief thut a portion of the vast amount he stole is buried la this town. According Id figures tciven out after an examination by the state, Wain- wright made away with a total of $6,000 of Muskogee county. Al though a determined effort was made before the treasurer's trial, tho slate was able to find no place where that amount of money might have been Spent by Walnwrighl A man of lari;e interests, he doubtless required a large amount of money hut he was constantly making money anil this ob viated to a considerable degree any suspicion that he might have poured the greater portion of his ill-gotten gain hack Into his private schemes. There was absolutely no evidence that Mr. Wainwrlght was a spender or a speculator. His home life was simple, he took no long trips. Living In a StTial! town, practically his ever ependiture was known to the people here. . So it is, that people believe the for mer treasurer buried his loot It Is Itnsaf S to approach the WainwrlKht bar, at nixht without a light for fear of falling Into one of the ditches Which honeycomb the ground, Their depth is about five feet. The dit;i;ers 1 are now beginning on the yard. Their needed liiest will be completed in a very few j months, with what success no one knows. NKW ORLEANS, Aug. li; The United States gunboat Sacramento, With Jose M. Cardoso De Olivelra, Brasilia!) minister to Mexico, aboard, utili was riding at anchor tonight In the gulf of Mexico about five miles from the mouth of the Mississippi river, awaiting the abatement of a hieli wind and heavy seas before at tempting to cross the bar. Com rounder MoXamee of the gunboat, in a Wireless message received tonight. stated that no attempt would be made to enter the river until tomorrow morning, of It was erroneously reported today to the committee having in charge arrangements for the entertainment of Mr. Cardoso that the Sacramento passed into the mouth of ths river at 10:30 this morning. Should the gunboat, hp able to negotiate tlie .asses tomorrow morn ing she probably would reach New Orleans early Tuesday night. Mr. Cardoso will go from ' Irleans to Washington, where understood he will report on ditions in Mexico to President Wilson. Dr. Juan J. Ortega, the Guate malan minister to Mexico, who was expelled from Mexico City by Oen eral Carransa. and his daughter also are aboard the Sacramento. Visitors from Tulsa can get the Tulsa Morn ing World at the Following Cities ATI rJTlC (MTV N J. Hursdoll NWI I'd. Cbsi llsrlnsn Vouui . Oessn Hler, BIBMINOHAM, ALA. bvLaj s Ni-wn Agssey. BU1TAI.O, N. Y. ( "'ii ii a ilsssaiss, .I4n Mum Miaul. BL80TKA, TEXAS. kUctrs NtWI Miami BX i'ASO. TKXA3 I. .1. litrnngtun. UIIKAT FALLS, MONT. W illuliii Iviiurbui. BBIDQBPORT. ILL. (is) nor t N,-.-. btsutt. (iliANI) BAPtSI MICH. umu Newi t'u. MUKKOOEE. OKLA. l.rtwa Mrbt. Rot Bslvtri Ni-wi HUml. Hotel Turntr Nim'm stand. NEW ORLEANS. LA. Iluya Nuwn Co, A YZ Blldall BtM(t OKLAHOMA CITY. OKLA. Mtrcs Usui Nwa Co. 1 1 1 ur k ma IlotHl. LltAMOKl) PA, i. w. Joausos. No. i Main Btrstt. 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PHONE 1000 INSERT AN At INOlJf HELPWAHffO Ainu rnD I iviuru i un A HOUSEMAID 1 Q s UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS mi I'l l- Ccni or Human lllmtntts Are Caused Dtasctl) of Indirect!) lyofet'tlTe Tccllt .mil Unclean Mouths. m BRIDGE WORIt-jfitea gv Our continued mxrrmn 1h ilua to our many aati. fled patientd. If we ln your iletilil work you will allow nr. to do work for oilier nimbtri of tlie family. Best Materials. Exuert Work at Prices Low all While Crowni 14.00 (iiild Crowna. 22k Hold Bridstwors Cold nuisst .... Tooth Cleaned . . W hitt Killings . . . $1 00 $1 oo f 1 00 ,l 00 . .si. oo S.lver Killiiuta . .., 11.00 Teeth Eatrarled 60e Al! work guaranteed -exaiinuation free. UNION PAINLESS DENTISTS 117 1 1 South Mulli St Across sirci't from Kresa siorr. clephono IS7S. MANY DELEGATES TO EDUCATIONAL MEET Ui iii io Oakland, al.. Prom mi Ores i nlted States ami Manj l or. in Countries. II 1R1 I s ( II l'l. in a brandncso copj of 111 I I I N I III SHOW I K KMPKE88 Iiin V Now it is oon- Dr. I.arklim. ostsopathlc phjrsictan, third floor New Daniel building;. Adv. COTTOJi TO BE CONTRABAND. Washington Gives Much Attention t Lsttest UUes ( port. WASIIINCTu.N. Aug. 16. -Tho al lies' intention to declare cotton con- traband has been oontmunlcated un- Offlclally but authoritatively to the statu department. Tim department's advices arc that the decision has heen reached and the delay in makliiK an announcement is due to the necessitji of urrannInK uniform treatment "f the subject by all of the allies. Boys, we pay three cents per pound for clean cotton rags World office. The Onlj VVaj out. The minister was addressing a sun. day school class, and trying to Im press on the little ones the doctrine that their hearts were sinful and regulating. Taklns out his watch and hoMinir it up he said, "Now here Is my watch; suppose It does not keep (food time, now soes too fast and now too slow. W'h it shall I do with It?" With one voice, the class shouted, "Sell It!" OAKLAND, Auk. lie Delegates from every state in the union and rep resenttvtlves from twenty-seven for eign countries were present at the opening today ttt the .fifty-third an nual convention of the National BdU catlon association. It Is estimated sixteen thousand representatives of various branches of education will attend the session of the association ami allied organisa tions before the conclave ends. TALC VXD SO ANTON E BVPPLY. Nearly 11,000,006 Worth luced in America Each i-nr The United States produce; re talc and. Soapstone than all the u si of the world combined. Moreover, ac cording to the United states Geolog ical survey, our production tias nearly doubled ill the last decade, Ini rcasinn from l,lti short tons, valued at 1940,731. In 1904 to I72.l! short tons, valued at $1, 1(8,017, in lilt Of tab- alone the United States pro dUCSd IM.0HH tons, and uf SOSpStonS I1J01 tons. Tulc Is a uilnerul of which soiip stone is an Impure massive form. tVw people are aWara bow much we owe to talc and soapstone. It is one of the" softest of minerals. It Is so smooth and sllppsry that It has be come a ifrcnt panacea for friction In many branches of human Industry. There are nine states producing this useful mineral. New York Continues to be the leadlni,' producer, yielding more thnn 57 per cent of the total production of talc In the United States anil far outranking all other states excepting Vermont, which has In re cent years so greatly Increased Its production that In 1914 Its output was about three. fourths that of New York. if soapstone, Virginia holds the greatest supply, and backed up by Vermont it meets the ureal demands tor nrasbtuos, sinks ami the tlrelssg cookers. Tale is 1 1 s, d in making talcum toilet powder the tailor Us. it to chalk fab le s lor nets suits, ami 'ale "slate pencils" and Crayons haio enabled many scholars to solve knotty prob- Ictus. . Talc bleaches our Ci Hon cloth and in paints y set ii everywhere, but its Chief use is BS a, fitter ill paper of many kinds. The Fable of a I airy, linn noon a time there was i eood little girl. And this nood little Kill asked her I mother if she could so and play In the woods, and her iuolh,cr suid yes. so she went to play in tlie woods. And "be w is0 walking along and walking along, and what do you think she met.' A fairy I And sne was awfull) surprised to meet a fairy, so she said to the fairy: "Where do you come from?" And the fairy' said: "This Is where I live." And the little girl said: "I never heard, about any fairies living 111 these woods." And the (airy said: No, be cause nobody ever saw me h. ie before. Hut you are a good lit tle girl, so I let you see me." And the good little girl said: "Mow do yoU manaue to be seen by nobody, even though they -walk right past you every day?" And the fairy said: "I len.l them money." --London Answ ers. Bssgssillflwl Young Wife -John, do you think our baby will ever be president?" Y'oung Husband "Poubtful. my dear! If this Invention of mine for freezing the ocean so that submarines BSvn'l come to the top Is a mil cess be II be too rich for the job!"