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THE RICHMOND PALIADITJ3I AND SUX-TELEGRA3I, TUESDAY, AUGUST 11, 1908.
PAGE FIVE. Or. Lyon's PERFECT Tooth Powder Cleanses, preserves and beautifies the teeth, and Purifies the breath A superior dentifrice for people of refinement Established in 1866 by EVANSVILLE IN GRIP DP FLOOD Terrific Rain and Hail Storm In Southern Indiana. Evansville, Ind., Aug. 11. A terrific wind and hail storm passed over Ev ansville and Southern Indiana yesterday afternoon. The hailstones were unusually large, and consider able damage to corn and crops is re ported at points near this city. Many creeks and side streams of the lower Ohio river are swollen. Bridges and fences were carried away in some sec tions. Between the hours of 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon and 8 o'clock last Eight there were four Inches of rain fall in this city, the greatest ever re corded in the history of the city, the great flood of 1884 not excepted. Water on the streets in many places Is three and four feet deep. A man very much, Intoxicated was taken to the station. "Why did you not find some one to bail him out?" inquired a bystander of "a friend. "Ball him out!" exclaimed the other. "Why, you couldn't pump him out!" Liverpool Mercury. The improved Toasted Com Flakes THE new and improved process of making located corn flakes, knows M "The E-C Process," makes B-C CORN Fiasws more perfectly ooohad, tore daaoitty Baked, more appetiskigly toasted, bom tasty, delicious and na triiioas that aay other toasted corn lakes. Costa asses than the ordinary kind All Grocer, IO cents EM O IEE CEREAL COMPANY, CklesfO LwtMt Uafora to of Makad Cereal roods la the World j Always the Latest in Music P. E. WILSON Phone 2074 J Adams' Drag Sf ore J Cured at Home I Will be at Arlington Hotel, Rich mond, Friday, August 14, and un til noon August 15, Saturday. All persons, Male or Female, suffer ing from loss of Expelling Forces, Pro lapsing, Fissures, Fistulas. Catarrh, Jnflamatlon, Ulceration, Constipation, Bleeding, Blind or Itching Piles, are kindly requested to call and see me. So Examination No Operation Medicine placed direct to the diseas ed parts by yourself. I claim the most complete successful, original and sen sible method of curing these terrible afflictions ever offered to the public. By the use of my Positive Painless Pile Core A11 the above named rectal diseases lean be cured as easily as if it were on the outside. Come in and see me and learn something worth knowing; it may save you hundreds of dollars and years of suffering. Most kindly yours, S. U. TARNEY Sole Proprietor and Manufacturer, i AUBURN. IND. SOCIAL NEWS To Reach the Society ECltor, Call Home Phcne 1121. or Bell Phone 21 The dancing party given last evening by the Social committee of the Elks' lodge was a delightful and enjoyable event. The affair was held In the pa vilion at Jackson's park. The party left the city on the seven-thirty o'clock car. Piano and drums fur nished the dance music. A partial list of those in attendance is: Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Simmons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hibberd, Mr. Ramsey Poundstone, Dr. and Mrs. F. S. Anderson, Miss Afton Clapp, Miss Bertha Garver, Mr. Myron Malsby, Mr. Karl Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Bun". Mr. Walter Craighead, Mr. Clifford Price and Mr. Charles Blair. Mr. and Mrs. Norris entertained the following at dinner, at their home north of the city: Mr. and Mrs. Sam uel Robinson of Chester. Mr. and Mrs. William Brooks and daughter, Wayne, of Middleboro; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rob inson and son Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Garret. Miss Lucy Eldowney and Mr. Mont Norris. A lawn party and social will be the nature of the social function which is to be given this evening by the Gon zaga Council of young men who are members of St. Andrew's church. The affair will be held on the lawn adjoin ing the church. An orchestra will play the following program: Overture, "Sleeping Beauty and the Beast" Victor Herbert Waltz, "A Man. a Maid, a Moon, a Boat" Charles K. Harris Mendelssohn's Spring Song. In Rag E. A. Van Alstyne Mariutsh Harry Von Tilzer The Girl Question. .Chas. K. Harris Red Fez Walter J. Hearn The Merry Widow Selection. . .Lahar Mocking Bird Rube, Character istic Will H. Tyers Love and Kisses Al. Rue Whitaker March Phil H. Rose Pawnee Silvio Hein German Overture Gard De Corps Paris Chambers O, My, WTasn't She Angry Harris The Royal Trumpeter March.... Frank R. Seltzer j J J Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wesler were plea satnly surprised recently by a number of their friends and neighbors. The hours were spent in a social manner. Games and music were also features of the occasion. Later in the evening a luncheon in several courses was served. About twenty-five guests were present. J J The Luther league of the Trinity Lutheran church will give a social Wednesday evening, August Twelfth, at the homf of Mr. and Mrs.'Planken horn, four miles north of the city. All are cordially invited to attend. j j ? Mrs. John Hasemeier and daughter, Misa Mabel, will return tomorrow after a week's stay at Winona lake. s3 The Mary F. Thomas Woman's Christian Temperance Union met yes terday afternoon in the dome room of the Morrlsson-Reeves. library. Busi ness matters of interest to the mem bers were arranged, after which a so cial time followed. j J J Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hadley are visiting In Ohio a few days. A thimble party was given yester day afternoon by Mrs. Fred Fox at her home 413 South West Third street. The hours were spent at needlework. The dining room where a two course luncheon was served was attractively arranged with llowers and feme. The guests were Mrs. Charles Shaw of Indianapolis, Miss Leora Roberts, Miss Emmajean Smith, Mrs. Harry Shaw, Miss Hazel Lough, Miss Alma Smith, Misa Anna Lough, Miss Inez Kim brough and Miss Florence Fox. j Jl J A lawn party will be given Wednes day evening, August Twelfth, at the home of Mrs. Delia Beatle. 1208 North D street All are invited to attend. Ice cream and cake will be served. J J J A' dance will be given. Friday eve ning at Jackson park by Mr. John Starr, Mr. Karl Kepler and Mr. Ramsey Poundstone. J J Miss Hazel Elizabeth Cahlll of Terre Haute, who has been visiting Miss Grace Brannon for several weeks, re turned to her home Saturday. Last week several companies were given in her honor. Wednesday evening a num ber of friends entertained Miss Bran non and Miss Cahill with a river party and supper at Sheridan, Ind., and Fri day evening Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Duncan gave a party for the same guests. Indianapolis Star. Miss Cahill is a former Richmond girl. s5 Miss Pauline Clawson of Frankfort, came today to be the guest of the Misses Mabel and Mildred Kuhn of South Thirteenth street. J J J The members of the Olive Branch Bible class of the First English Luth eran church, with their families pic nicked yesterday at the home of Mr. John M. Haas, west of the city. Over one hundred were in attendance. Sup per was served on the lawn. After supper a short business session was held. The remaining hours were spent socially. ji . . Little Miss Helen Geers was pleas antly surprised yesterday by a num ber of her friends at her home on Lib erty avenue. The affair was planned to celebrate her seventh birthday anni versary. The little hostess received many pretty gifts. Children's games. which, were played on the lawn, were features of the afternoon's amuse :KTss!Urai ments. A luncheon was served picnic fashion on the lawn at the conclus ion of the afternoon's festivities. The guests were Misses Gertrude Pardieck. Loretta Maag, Oliva Gier, Gertrude ! Hidelmann, Nellie Smithmeyer, Mari- j on Jurgeson, Marjorie Fuller, Loretta and Hilda Taube, Loreta Zeyen, Hel en and Stella Steinberg, Lucllla Steins. Luclle Taube, Elma WTalgley, Ruth Fulle, Esther Comer, Catherine Stiens, Laura Doerflin of Indianapolis. Nellie Rehling of Dayton, O., and Hel ena Ottenbach of Toledo, O. J 0 J Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Brown of East Main street have returned from a five weeks' outing. During their absence they went through the Thousand Is lands to Montreal and uo to Abenekis Springs in Canada, where they re mained two weeks. On the return trip they came down by the way of Lake Cbamplaln and Lake George. They remained for about ten days in the Green mountains of Vermont. j j J The Misses Eva, Alma and Edna Bayer of Columbus. Ohio, are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Bayer and family of South Eighth street. Several social affairs will be given in honor of the young people during their stay in this city. J Mrs. Alma Petre and daughter Mil dred who has been visiting her uncle Mr. M. H. Wolfer. 300 South West Third street, have returned home. Mrs. Petre was formerly Miss Alma Burkhardt and is well known locally. Jl j jl Miss Beth De Prato of St. Louis, who has been the guest of Miss Elec ta Henley for a few days has returned home. Jl Jl Jl The Ladies Missionary society of the Reid Memorial church will give a picnic tomorrow afternoon at Glen Miller park. The automobile hack will be at the church at 2:30 o'clock to convey the party to the park. If the weather should be inclement the affair will be held at the church and will be turned into an indoor picnic, jl jl .s The Woman's Home and Foreign Missionary society of the First Eng lish Lutheran church will meet Wed nesday afternoon with Mrs. Dennis, 418 South Eleventh street. This is mite box day and all members are urg ed to be present. The meeting will be called at 2:30 o'clock. Jl jl jl Miss Ruth Gilchrist who has been spending a few days visiting with friends and relatives at Indianapolis, returned home last eevning. jl Jl Jl A luncheon was given yesterday by Miss Laura Gano at her home on National avenue. The affair was com plimentary to Mrs. Percival B. Coffin of Chicago. Jl Jl Jl Miss Jennie Robbins of Detroit. Michigan, and Mr. John Wallick of In dianapolis were honor guests at a din ner party given last evening by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stimson at the Country club house. J Jl js Mrs. Robert Ferriday and children have returned from an extended visit with friends and relatives at India napolis. jt jt jl One of the most enjoyable events in the history of the Margaret Smith home was the dinner given yesterday for the aged women staying there. The table was attractively arranged with summer blossoms. An elaborate dinner was served at noon. After din ner an informal reception was held. Miss Nellie Shaw and Miss Cornelia Shaw gave a very pretty musical pro gram. The members of the board who were in attendance are Mrs. Jennie Yaryan, Mrs. George Dilks Sr.. Mrs. D. W. Comstock, Mrs. T. B. Hill, Mrs. John A. Burbank, Mrs. George H. Barnes, Mrs. Timothy Thistlethwaite. Mrs. Elgar Hibberd, Mrs. J. E. Wel- ler, Mrs. George Thorpe and Miss Nora Robinson. This is an annual af fair at the Home and is known as, "Hannah A. Leeds Day." Jl ji jl Mr. and Mrs. Frank Martin and daughter Miss Lois of Sedalia. Mo., are the guests of Mrs. Minerva Porter field, 324 Kinsey street; and friends for a time. Ji jt jt Mrs. Mary Lincoln who has been visiting at Kansas City has returned home. "Those who hesitate are lost" Sleeplessness, Despon dency, Nerve Depression, Malaria, Weak Heart, will all disappear If You Use BISHOP'S Am0r0u (Absolutely Non-Alcoholic) K. C. PARMFXTK. Hisblaod. X. J., wrltee "Ht purchamd two bottles of Am-or-oa from ilegraian'a Pharmacy In Nw York City, and found tbm all to tb good and baar oat all you claim for it." PETER CENUNQER. 400 22a sr.. Colleffepoiat, H. V., write "I recclred your a in pie of Am-or-oa and bay naml It with splaadid salts. Enclosed plaasa find J1.00 for farther aapply." JL free generous mnplt, tablet form, sent on application to Penn Drug Co. hlladelpai. Fa. Sold and recommended by Leo H Fihe, 830 Main St. Westcott Phar macy, 1004 Main St. Quigiey Store corner Fourth and Main, 821 N. E St. C. TMatlethwaite, 415 N. 8th St. CAMPAIGN PLANS TO BEJSCUSSEO Taft, Hitchcock and Vorys Will Meet on Wednesday. COMMITTEE TO BE NAMED. ADVISORY BODY ON WHICH MUCH) OF THC SUCCESS OF THE CAM PAIGN DEPENDS WILL BE MADE UP OTHER BUSINESS. Hot Springs. Va., Aug. 11. W. H. Taft, accompanied by Mrs. Taft and Gen. Clarence R. Edwards, chief of the Insular bureau of the war depart ment, reached here from the Green briar (W. Va.) county, horse show, where he went last Friday. Several hours were devoted to Mr. Taft's ac cumulation of mail. In the afternoon he played golf and in the evening again went at his correspondence. A. I. Vorys, Mr. Taft's chief of staff, will arrive here for a conference to day or "Wednesday. Frank II. Hitch cock will arrive Wednesday, when it Is expected the personnel of the advisory committee, of which Elmer Dover, of Ohio, is to be secretary, will be decided upon. Plans for the general cam paign will be discussed during this conference, when it is believed a final decision will be reached regarding Mr. Taft's personal arrangements. Al though many requests are being re ceived for his presence at Yariou3 places he has so far accepted no in vitations. Incidentally Mr. Hitchcock will be asked to define the course his commit tee is to take in West Virginia, wheth er aid and direction will be given to Mr. Swisher, the regular republican nominee, or to Mr. Scherr, the so called bolter. Here's a Saving. Don't spend two or three dollars to have your rugs and carpets cleaned. Just beat them well at housecleaning time, then scrub them thoroughly with a rive cent cake of Easy Task soap. You will be delighted with their fresh, new looks, and they will last longer, too! JAIL OVERFLOWING WITH NINE STRIKERS Public Indignation Not So High In Alabama. Birmingham, Ala., Aug. 11. The jail at Centervllle, in Bibb county is overflowing with prisoners, the ma jority of whom are coal mine strik ers who have been arrested in con nection with the firing into the train of strike breakers near Blocton Sun day morning. Fully eighty arrests were made Sunday night and Monday, one of the prisoners being Robert Hayes, president of the local miners' union at Blocton. The indignation of the people at the new outrage has not subsided and many public demands are being made on Governor Comer to declare martial law, deport all of the belligerent min ers, disarm the remainder and prevent the assemblage for the purpose of In flammatory speeches of strikers and their sympathizers. A BOON TO ELDERLY PEOPLE. Most elderly people have some kid ney or bladder disorder that is both painful and dangerous. Foley's Kid ney Remedy has proven a boon to many elderly people as it stimulates the urinary organs, corrects irregular ities and tones up the whole system. Commence taking Foley's Kidney Rem edy at once and be vigorous. A. G. Luken & Co. ESCAPES DROWNING Presidential Candidate Goes Under in Y. M. C. A. Pool. Lincoln, Neb.. Aug. 11. Eugene W. Chafin, prohibition candidate for pres ident, narrowly escaped drowning Saturday night when bathing in the Y. M. C. A. pool. Great effort was made to keep the accident quiet, and Dr. Chafin now refers to it as "groping about in the bottom of the pool." Three young men rescued him. One of them Maurice Hyland, vouches for the statem ent that Chafin was prac tically helpless after he sank In the deep part of the pool. After being brought to the surface Chafin speedily recovered from the. effects of too much water and was able to deliver a Chau tauqua address. Chafin was the guest of A. G. Wolf enbarger, who placed him in nomina tion at the Columbus convention. FOR SORE FEET. "I have found Bucklen's Arnica Salve to be the proper thing to use for sore feet, as well as for healing burns, sores, cuts and all manner of abra sions," writes Mr. W. Stone, of East Poland. Maine. It is the proper thing too for piles. Try it! Sold under guarantee at A. G. Luken eTt Co's drug store. SSe. Tell Us a Child That Lacks It We want to know the children who are not getting Mapl Flake. We will buy a package for them. Let them tell you how they like it and you'll buy it for them next. We cook our wheat in pure Vermont maple syrup, to make this perfect food enticing. To make children like it better than fad foods better than foods not half so good for them. Once let them taste Mapl-Flake and they will never again be content with inferior cereal foods. Whole wheat is the ideal food for hot weather. It is the food of the ages. Nothing can take its place. It gives the maximum nourishment while pro ducing the minimum heat. In summer, wheat should largely take the place of meat But wheat must be prepared rightly, else much of it fails to digest. The particles must be separated, by cooking and heat, so the diges tive juices can get to them. So we steam-cook our wheat for six hours. Then we cure it for days a partial digestive process. Then each separate berry is flaked so thin that the full heat of our ovens attack every atom. Then those thin flakes are toasted 30 minutes in a heat of 400 degrees. Flaked foods can be made in one-fourth of this time. The making cost is less, but the cost to you is more. For a half-cooked food only half digests. The other half goes to waste. It ferments and dis turbs digestion. - t THE Don't Depend Entirely on God. A Colorado boy was visiting a cousin In New England about Thanksgiving time and observed the elaborate prepa rations being made for Thanksgiving. They had Thanksgiving in Colorado, but not on so grand a scale, and be in quired of bis New England cousin the object of It all. "Why, we thank God for the bless ing! of our crops." "But you don't thank God for your crops, do you?" asked the Colorado boy. "Tea, of course we do. Don't you?" "No; we don't depend entirely on God for our crops. We Irrigate. THE HERO. Nav. never falter. No rreat deed la don j By f<erers who ask for certainty. . No food ia certain but the steadfast mind, i The undivided will to seek the good. j 'Tis that compels the elements and wrings I I A human music from the Indifferent air. j 1 The greatest gift the hero learea his race : Is to have been a hero. Bay we fall! I We feed the high tradition of the world I ! And leave our spirit In our children's breasts. Lowell. Proving It by the Calendar. In the British museum two men were discussing some Egyptian coins. 1 "Them there," said one, "moat be three or four 'undred years old." "Three thousand, more likely, re plied bis companion. ' "Aw, go on! Why, we're only la 1907 now !" Everybody's. ! Sunday Sickness. Morbus aabbaticua Is a disease pe culiar to church members. The attack comes on suddenly every Sunday. No symptoms are felt on Saturday night. The patient sleeps well and wakes feeling well, eats a hearty breakfast, but about church time the attack comes on and continues until services are over for the morning. Then the pa tient feels easy and ears a hearty din ner. In the afternoon he feels much better and is able to take a walk, talk about politics and read the Sunday papers. He eats a hearty supper, but about church time he has another at tack and stays at home. He retires early, sleeps well and wakes up on Monday morning refreshed and able to go to work and does not have any symptoms of the disease until the fol lowing Sunday. Worth Seeing. Mrs. Walker's cook was trying to make her mistress realize what she had missed by not attending the funer al of a prominent citizen of their vil lage. "Mis' Fanny," she said, "you sho!y orto hev been tbar. I nin newah seen sech a big funril in dis Leah town. Dontcber know dey bed ail de ker rldges fum bofe liberty stables, 'mos all de private conveniences, an' tlat new fambly from de nawth was dere in a two horse syringe."' IJppincott's. He Only Laughed. 1 "What Is the matter, darling?" asked mamma when her small son came to her In tears. j "Daddy was hanging a picture, and he dropped it. and it fell on his to?." j "But that is nothing to cry about." ; "I didn't cry. I laughed." His Thenktgiving Invitation. A young man who had got into the habit of spending all his evening away from home was asked by his fa ther if he had any engagement for Thanksgiving evening. The young man had nothing in particular. "Well. I'd like to have you go some where with me." replied bis father. "All right" said the boy. "Where shall I meet you?" "Father suggested a hotel at half past T, and I was there, the boy goes on to tell. "When he appeared be said he. wanted roe to.esJl with, blm Mapl-Flake is the one food that's all food the one food that all digests. To make it so we spend 96 hours in the process. A whole wheat made wholly digestible made enticingly delicious. The first package will make you a convert forever. One Package Free We want you to know Mapl-Flake know. it from the food itself. So we offer to buy the) first package ourselves, rather than have yot wait These are Mapl-Flake days the time for wheat and fruit. Don't longer go without it. Please send us this coupon now, before yoo forget it. We will then send you an order, good at your grocer's, for a full-size package free. See what it adds to a breakfast. Cut Out This Coupon mm mU It t the iaas T4 Cm.. Battle Cmk. Mtek. I uMlftTft mm I BTauioiMsr I SCRAP on" a-.'laoy. 'One I knew quite well when I was a young man,' he ex plained. "We went out and started straight for home. "'She Is staying at our house, he said. "I thought It strange that be should have made the appointment for a hotel under those circumstance, but aald nothing. "Well, we went in, and I was Intro duced with all due formality to my mother and stater. "The situation struck me as funny, and I started to laugh. My mother and sister shook hands with me, and my mother said she remembered me aa a boy, but hadn't seen much of me lately. Then she invited roe to be seated. "It wasn't a bit funny then, although I can laugh over It now. I sat down, and she told me one or two anecdotes qf my boyhood, at which we all laugh ed for a little. Then we played games for awhile and enjoyed some light re freshments that mother bad prepared. When I finally retired I was Invited to call again. I went upstairs doing a good deal of thinking ."-Ladles' Home Journal. It Worked. A London commercial after "work ing" Glasgow had some time to wait for bis train at St. Enoch station and bethought himself of a little Joke. "What is the nam of this station, my good man?" he asked of a porter. "St. Enoch station, sir." A few minutes later he met the same porter and said: "What did you call this station, por ter r "St. Enoch's. Dae ye no see the name abune the bote! there?" Just then the train was shunted In, and the drummer got comfortably seat rd In a third class smoker along with a few more passengers of the male per suasion. "These railway officers are about the wcrst I ever came across." They can't be civil," remarked the drummer. "That's a confounded leer said a Scotch farmer. "Well, I'll bet you 10 bob I don't get a civil answer from the first porter I ask a question of." "Doner' replied the old farmer. Looking out of the carriage window, he spied bis green friend and, calling him over, asked In bis most polite tone: "Would you kindly tell me the name of this station, porter?" "Gang awa', ye bacon faced old buff er! Pit yer daft held in!" was the an swer. Pop Knew. "Say. pop. what's a diplomat?" "He's a man who when be can't have his own way pretends that the other way is bis." One Way to Advertise. Toole In his autobiography says that when returning with Irving from the fc,-.eral of .one if .the Ioughi befonr,l CURE FOR SID1ER COMPLAINT At no time of the year are the bowels put to a severer test than during the hot weather. Thousands become afflicted with "sumnier complaint, or running of the bowels. The cause very often lies in the drinking: of impure USE water, the eating: of unripe fruit or tainted food. ft- f mm nWFl I fCS. BQt whatever the cause it is useless to try to cars e vDiin ornciH the trouble with an astringent remedy, an opiate. 5TltUr rfcJrOiri or salts and snch things. The bowels need not only a thorough cleaning out, but the stomach needs strenthening and toning, so that they may have a new start. An this is best obtained by the use of Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin, which is a great stomach, liver and bowel cleanser. It will quickly stop the unnatural passages, which are so weakening and give rise to vertigo. Thousands of families are csing it steadily and thereby avoid all digestive troubles summer and winter. Buy a 50 cent or $1.00 bottle today of yonr d rrftt and too win be surprised at the quick and lastfe effects. Yoo wfll to& It mild, gentle laxative. rree.bl to rotm and old. aad beohuely evarastaed to do M w claim. Yo win also find it mostr sarer. for fc, Q coabio yon to cere yoerselfiee bo e. ThO" who hm-re ur tried k aad erlsb to duo before barbae a bottle. CM estate SAvni rot a tut feee of outce t add to PEPSIN 3YRUP CO., MontireOe, PL I have never used Mapl Flake, but if 70a will send me an order on my grocer for a 15c package free, I shall be glad to try it. Nam St. Address City ' BOOK a crowd -TOrrotJToinar a mail In a St ot some kind, possibly of dronkeaneas, Toole made his wsy tbreuglf Cue crowd by saying: "Excuse me, gentlemen, I'm a doctor. Allow me te examine this patient." Having loosened his necktie and opened his shirt and sound ed bis chest. Toole produced with pro fessional gravjty some kind of plas ters apparently and applied one to the patient's forehead, one to bis throat and three to his chest He made bis way back through the crowd to Irv ing. "Run, run tr the nearest cab." he whispered to Jrvlng. "or -we shall be murdered T Hardly bad they reach ed the cab before they beard a roar of rage from the crowd, who had discov ered that the supposed doctor's plas ters were fly sheet advertisements bearing the legend, "See Toole la Dotr " Righting a Wrong. A burly, fierce looking man snd a meek. Inoffensive loeklng little chap were sawing timber with a crosscut saw. A strapping Irishman, passing that way, stopped . to watch them. Back and, forth, back and forth, they pulled at the saw. Finally the Irish man, with a whoop and a ytlL rushed at the big rasa and brought him to the ground, burying his knees deep Into the sawyer's chest. Biff! Bang! Thump! Biff! "There." he said, letting blm bare one parting blow square on the nose, "now mebbe yell let the little felly bey it !" Everybody's. His Second Choice. "Well, Harry," said the lady visitor, "don't you think yon bare a chance to be president of the United States?" "Oh, I don't know," answered Harry carelessly. "Maybe HI try for it after I get too old to be a pitcher." A Rising Diplomat. A curious person espied the son of a new neighbor one morning in a doe tor's office. "Good morning," be said. "Little " boy, what Is your name?" "Same as dad's," wss the quick re ply. "Of course, I know, little boy, but what is your dad's name, deer?" "Same as iclne, sir." "I mean what do they say when they call you to breakfast " v "They don't never call me. I alius gets there first See?" Ladles Home -Journal. Crusoe's Good Friday. "Now. boys," said a Sunday schoo , teacher, addressing the Juvenile class,, "can either of you tell me snytbiac about Good Friday?" "Yes, ma'am: I can," replied the boy at the foot of the class. "He was the fellow that done the housework for Robinson Crusoe." Avoid multiplicity of lousiness. T6 man of one thing ia the man of sne eess. K dwards.