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Irs accorded by the Dalian clientage of
Die Gaxette we have established a erw
lal agney there In charge of Mr IL
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ron
Friends of
Mil tully a rumnn
bf Run Antonio announce him as a
candidate for the Democratic nomlna
ton for Altornej -General of the state
Knit LiitinvAM iuMuon
We are authorised to inn ounce
II W CAMP
of Fart Worth aa a candidate for the
Semoc ratio nomination for Lleutcuant
overnor of Terns
lor Hlnle lnnt CftHMUa Inner
We ure authorized to announoe
WM URAMM3TTI2
f IEllla count as a candidate
for land commissioner for Texas
ubjeet to the action of the Democratic
tatft convention
rorons men
The storm waves wltl reiich this
meridian und the other changes will
tweur at and within J0O miles of Fort
Worth within twenty four hours before
r after sunset of the dates given
below i
May 28 Warmer
May id wae on this meridian
May SO--Wind changing
May 81 Cooler and clearing
June 1 Moderating
iuno 2 Warmer
Ofllcora Hllil
Special Dispatch
AlarUn Tex Mny K7 At the aeml
nnnual election of omoers of the
Knights of The Maconbecs held lieie
the following otllccre were eleuted
Voit commander Hir Knlcht Jl Hro
van j commander Sir Knight F 11
Martin Lieutenant Commander Blr
Knight C C Morris record keenr
Mr Knight y Diake finance kp
er Sir Knight I 13 Allen sergeant
Plr Knight U U Kntery
yir Knight W W Alltni first
rraater guards Sir Knight C a Wern
er second master guard Blr Knight
JJ W Schlmralng lentlnel Blr Knight
V I Stapleton picket Blr Knight W
M Ilunnlcult phslclan Sir Knight W
If Allen
Mariln Tont No H Is in a thrltlng
condltlon and has Hlgt pruapvcU for
ht futura
Bpeclnl Ulipatch
Illro Tex May 2 -The remains of
Arthur Woodall he braktman killed
lust night on the Central In a wreck
near AqulUa arrUetl ler on the pft
enter train this evening and will bo
purled nt Faly Woodali was prlnd
uy reared In
Klco Arthur aa an
only son nd hU parents are grief
atrlcken He leaves n wlfa nnd one
child TM Is the seotMvl brakeman
fiwn Hleo killed near the same place
In less than a year
Tie local nplloq cnnvais Is waxing
nwiiiwiuut parue are in fur th light
and maklnir the fur flv rtev Mr
Adams of Urovvnwood spoke last night
at the Methodist ehurrh for the proj
and will speak again tonight The lo
al option advocates will he a big
plcnltt on the th of June Severn
tood speakers are Invited
Tl ud Tovukna Cuum
Jpwlnl Dispatch
QnHi4 i ex May 27 The case
af tu taU s rH And und Kir
t 3 nfJ uhhh has been pn trial
ro inc HUtatr MM Blviil to tlia
Iwryjim ofur nana nun Tho
JJnt nrc chnrta with th Jnumr
a VHe Aud nboiit tlis lOttt of lut
April Te flilmc h bn conlllct
Injr hii tlii nensral lropmulon Men
to t that Iter will b a htlnr Jury
iirr - rtwm pray itl nnaktt I - ttuua
THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
MnMimiu imv miukjh hi id
Iv Tlioucaml Pro pie Crumlrd Ihe
Hall A Sermon on Abraham Il
coin TIjr Ollie Ilr nocli nni
ml It CD to it to Vtttt tfiultfau
By Associated Freas
Saratoga N V May SFle thou
sand people packed the convention
hall today to participate In the celebra
tion of memorial day under the auspices
Of the Young Mens Christian associa
tion members of the Presbyterian gen
eral assembly and of the Baptist an
niversaries now In session The ser
vices w ere conducted by comrades
Chas U Ratio of Philadelphia aaalsted
by Chaplain II C McCook V V of
Philadelphia Dr Alexander Black
burn of Cambridge Maes and Gen
eral Morgan late Indian commissioner
The oration was delivered by Dr Ar
thur J Brown of Portland Ore on
Abraham Lincoln In the evening a
popular meeting was held lu the rirst I
Iresnytenan cuurcn upon me euojeci
of higher Christian education nt which
Trof purves presided Bhort addresses
were delivered by Dr Craig of Chicago
Dr Dim mora of San Jcwe Dr Lltt of
Texas Dr Hay secretary of the Pres
byterdan board of old for colleges and
others Later a union meeting of Pits
bjterlana and Baptists was held In
convention liall at which Dr
more moderator of the assembly pre
sided Ten minute nddresses were de
livered by Dr McCook of Philadelphia
Dr Marcus of Chicago and Dr Mln
ton of Han Francisco an representa
tives of the Presbyterluna and by Dr
Whitman president of Colby univer
sity Watirvllle Mo Dr Btnkely of
Washington V C and Dr Gordon
of Boston for the Baptists The at
tendance was large and the meeting
continued until a late hour
The Olive branch committee np
polrted to confer with Prof Rmltli with
regard to the final disposition of his
caso was announced nt a late hour
last night It com 1st s of Dr McCook
of Philadelphia Dr Peacock of Hoi
rnansburg Pa Dr Brown of Portland
Indent Blmpnon of Covington Ky and
Lewis of Bt Paul All of theso men
Voted against sustaining the up pen 1 of
Prof Bmlth In any of Its specifications
The committee has not yet seen Prof
Bmtth hut will do ao tomorrow morn
ing The committee was not Intended
to formulute a verdict as that has al
ready been done by tin simple anima
tion of the sontence of suipenslon pru
nounred by the presbytery of Cincin
nati in December lfi02 The general
opinion Is that the errand of the com
mittee is useless wince Prof bmlth
has taken hit position conscientiously
and cannot recede
M Al MIltMOV
The Arn1un tk mhly I Utena to
pevsrnl llNeoiiriKs
By Associated lreM
Saratoga N Y May 27 The an
nual sermon lxfore the American Bap
tlst missionary union was delivered to
day by the Itev Dr Kerr Tupnr of
Denver Col The American Baptist
Home Missionary society today listen
ed to addresses by the lle Dr II L
Morehouse of Nev York on Its Phll
unlhioplo Work by Bev Dr T J
Morgan of Nw York on Ha Patriotic
Work and b tho Uev W II P
Fautlce of New York on Its Evnugpl
istlo Work The aunlveraury sermon
before the American TUptUt Publica
tion society was delivered by the Bev
Dr W T Chaso A memorial gun
day service was held lu the big con
vention hall this afternoon It w us
conducted under the nusplcis of the
Young Mfann Chrlstlun assui lullou
und was pfeslded oer by Colonel
Banes of New York The hall which
seats tXK people was filled to over
turning The Uev Dr Arthur J
Brown of Portland Ore delivered au
addrasa on Abraham Lincoln
A KIMliiUIAIU15
IhurltlcM nnd I ur reel ton uvln
tloii Itld Servlevif
By Associated itism
Nashvllte Tenn May S7 kinder
garten was held this afternoon by tho
Chbrltles and Correction ussovUtlon lu
McAndrea church which wan will at
tended by visitor and local supporter
of tho rroo ktndergurten sjstem Short
talks on kindergarten work wcie made
by Mrs Qeoige O H mallow of Mil
waukee MUs lamina Field uf Grand
lisplJi Mrs GUnvvmd of ChUago
Miss llematin of New Orleans Mrs
A L ArcambeU of Detroit nnd Miss
Adams of Nashville Bishop Fitzgerald
of the Methodist JCplscopai Church
South who pioslded was the ptcsl
dent of the Nashville Fr4 Kinder
garten association Tonight nt the Vf it
dome thuitcr there was a general dis
cussion of sectton on child saving work
topic The Itemoval of Children from
Alms House lWpjn wer rend and
ft concert of ocal and Instrumental
imiMQ was cairUd out by local per
formers
in money for an ejtenlv
I
ZrDR n w citato thm ana or public lmproemnt
Krr
lllic Hull Mtoii
Ppeclal rtiftch
Ti illne Tex May i JMIl o Urr
ai u itulna tsx Ml her la1 miuit
in Mippljr uniclnt to drift la plaw
two fit deep window Klan anj
Blailt are much In demand Tlila I
tlin Crut rain her Inco laat Ausuit
and It l cUmatwi that ouo anl on
halt I e tit a fell
i i in
tUIILIO lUHlllH UMiT
lo lnd tTTI itr SIit lui
pluutiit
Ijr Associated Vreas
Jllnntopoll illnn jay Th
problem of th tmcmpioyni ha Kn
tukon up In Mlnneopoll lit carnut
th ayf and inani eommlllM ot
lh council ha dWrd to Uu bonds
to th amount of iwkx
at 1 pr cent
nnof tlnpitj ajMotaa to take
the whole Issue at par so that the
bonds will not have to be floated In
th money market A large water
reservoir will Ik erected and other
extensive Improvements are to be un
dertaken In a similar manner
A ciititrii IiniiT
Ilcaalt In tli Of nth of Tiro leu
nnd Ollirra Wounded
By Airoclattd Tress
JInzleton To May 27 During a riot
tcday nt St Caslmlra polish church at
Frceland Victor Llpnoky end Teter
Yosmtki were fatally and James Tra
vlrski and and Joseph Dutch were
lets seriously Injured by tlje weapons
of the police and Chief of Police Jas
Gallagher and Omcir Jones of tho
police force were out nnl Injured by
stones thrown by the crowd
A factional fight has been waged
for a year In the church and the
enemies of the paitor Father Mazotos
attempted to prevent the men firing
the church His police etcort was at
tached by tho mob nnd the omcers
fired on them
Indlriif
By Associated Press
Washington May 27 Forecast- Tof
r uBtern Texas Pair arlabb winds
To lo Vp JlHailLrrrlilrfM
To lmte your linnkerchlef always
looklnic like new ones wash and Iron
them after tlio directions
After thoy have been washed and
brouxht In dried from th line Instead
of sprlnkllmc them for tho Ironing us
ou do the other clothes put two
quarts of water In a bowl and squceie
six drops of bluelnir Into It from tho
bluebng then lake a piece of raw
starch tho slso of a pUeon egg and
dlssohe It In the water belnir careful
tat It does not settle In tho bottom of
the bowl
Take each handkerchief separately
dip It up and down In this water two
Or threo llmea sjueeso Jt as dry ns
possible with the hands then when
they hno all been dipped lu lay them
out smoothly In a tower and place
them In the clothes basket
To Iron them lay them out tint on
the lionlnjr tnble und smooth them on
both sides After this make a fold two
Inches deep across the handkerchief
and press it In lightly with the Iron
then make a fold the other wuy across
the handkerchief Just as they are fold
ed In the boxes when lou buy them
By laundering them In this wuy hand
kerchiefs will look nullo new as long
us they lust Ntw York Herald
Hull Settles
The common laundry tnble Is much
used for hull and ploxxn settles and
when stained nnd cushioned It bears no
small rtsemblatico to tho antique
monks benches which hare been
retlted of late
A table of this sort may be purchased
for II or 13 and by passing strips of
llncrustu ulong tho edges and apply
ing oak stain a ery good effect of
carved oak may be obtained but it
must bo well polished to give a satis
factotl rtsult
Mirrors ure some times set in tho
high buck which add much to lis ele
gance nnd with a cushion of dark
green corduroy for the seat a really
effective piece of tumlluio may be se
cured
These benclus are often ornnmented
with piker workwhlch Is easily mus
tered but null head decoration Is the
slmpllest and most showy of nil ns no
skill whnteter Is riqvilred only mathe
matical accuracy In drawing the
nnd a certain regularity In driving
the nulls
Tor plana use this settlg Is very pop
ular but treatment of this sort first
mentioned would b too elaborute imd
11 simple application of dark red point
with a cushion of corduroy or linen to
match Is all that Is necessary llur
tiera llaxar
ut n Irniiuunrltin
A certain Western senator whoso
name Is hot uccissary for the purpoee
of this story had up upt Illustration
on hlf lips the othei duj und he would
have given the senate the benefit of It
If ho had not noticed Alrniand silting
on the Democratic side of tho chamber
Tho senator hid been criticising the
languugo of tho aOgnlorago bill and Is
ftoin Missouri
I wanted to tell the senate aid
this Western senator of tho story of
two men who Were discussing au arll
cle which one of them had read After
ouo loan lind criticised It pretty freely
he turned to tho other and said Are
you a grammatlanT M
Heavens no was the reply I am
a MlMourlan
T think that story would havo Wen
appropriate to the Bland bill all ih
senator but I really did not like to tet
tt off while Mr Wand was within the
sound of my voice loitl
till MOI10IS
Through all the rolling jear
Is garlanded with bud and wondrous
Sweet violets we look for you jo dear
Iow jlng beauties
sieutlng now tills
Though rare lush vines nnd spi coding
palms appear
No Moating rich perfume
rroni rosea hanging high
0flur5e orchards waving
-I
ill
c bring such ecstasy
iloS houh s when the
NVIth petals dewy wet
Looks up nnd smiles one morel
II
Twas on the other shore
Buch Mowers once did lie
The yars have hurried by
Pause and Idly dream
AVprtfUTn mk M
as set In each roved heart
ur nioomlng vloli BUI1 It doth run
datnt ani1 LlrJ v It
When April melt th drifts and new
mhui start
niwiSm -hit and lu
oni happy dream come true
- Overland Monthly
The latet Noltr
IS Hum 1
M see te aBatifTS
the untorf TCHBLL M
oa whUky oU over Us Mansion Br
THE STATE ENCAMPMENT
cmcrx Aits am onnnns islkd m
Tlin AIMiTiVr lilMISKALt
Itulea nnd Itegalatlons Prescribed
lAhlrli Haul be Obvervcd by the
31I11IU Jenernl Orders Xo HI
nnd 8 July Hncaniynieat
Special
Austin Tex May 2C The adjutant
gen era L has Issued tho following circu
lar nnd order
Adjutant Generals Omce State of
Tons Austin May 16 us I Circular
The attention of the omctra and eng
listed men of the Texm Volunteer
Guard is hereby called to remarks
contalred In general order No M of
July 7 1833 from this olflce aa fol
lows
This cAIce wishes to Impress upon
the troops ihe necessity of observing
all military courtesies Their observ
ance Is one of tho tests of the true
soldier an evidence of discipline and
n nmrK oi rcipect wnicu an soiaiers
ought to entertain one for another
without reference to rank
The following taken from the United
States army regulations will be read
to the companies
Par 439 1 ho commanding officer Is
ffiluted by all commissioned officers
In command of troops or detachments
If troops ure armed arms win be
brought to a carry before the salute Is
teudci ed
Par 431 All officers salute each
other in meeting and in making or
receiving official reports When under
arms the salute Is made w 1th the sw ord
or suber if drawn othrwlre with the
hand A mounted officer dismounts be
fore addressing a superior not mount
ed In all cases the Junior salutes
first
Par 432 On otllclol occasions offi
cers when lndoon and urder arms
do not uncover but salute with the
sword if drawn otherwise with the
Irnd If not under mm tin v mi rttor
nnd land at uttotition but do not
salute
Par 433 When an enllsttfl man
without atms pusses in office he sa
lutes him using the hand farthest
ftom the ofilcer If mounted he sa
lutts wllh the right hand
For 434 An enllsfd man armed
with h saber when njt of ranks sa
lutes nil fifllcers w th tho T iber If
diMvn If not he ialut s with th hand
If OI1 foot inl nrtn I utrii n -in
CKrblne ho snlules aa nreicrlbtd for
a sergeant A soldier mounted dis
mounts before addressing in officer not
mounted
Par 435 A ron commlssloned offi
cer or private In command of a de
tachment WltllOUl nrniM anlntaa all n
cers wltl the hrnd If tho detachment
bo on foot and armed with the rifle
or carbine he brings Us piece to a
carry and salutes as prescribed for a
perttennt If nrm ni with fin niu
ttnlutes with the sabtr
Par 4 3d An enlisted man being
scnttd risen on the approach of un
lllcer faces toward him and salutes
If standing1 he faces the officer for
the same purpose If the parllei re
main In the same place or on the same
giound auh compliments need not bo
repeated Soldiers actually at work do
not cense it to salute an officer un
less uddri8Htil b him
Par 437 An enlisted man makes
the piMcribpd wilmc with the weapon
with which lie Is armed or If un
armed with the hand before address
ing an Officer He also makes the
same salute uftrr receiving a reply
JV M IPfdoorB u non-commissioned
officer or eoldler when unarmed
uncover and stands at attention upon
the a U roach 0r an officer but does
not salute In all other cases h sa
lutes us heretofore perscilbed with
out uncovering
Par 4 When sn OfTWr rntra a
room where there are soldiers the
word attention is given by some one
vvictve mm wnei nu rise and
nmalu standing In the position of a
soldier until the officer leavt s the room
Soldiers nt meals do not rise Officers
in citizen dress are saluted lu the same
nuuiher as when In uniform
Par 410 omcers will at all times
acknowledge the courttstes of enlisted
men b leturnlng salutes given When
several officers In companj are saluted
all who are on title a to tho salute re
turn it
Hy order of tho commander-in-chief
W H MAURY
flenernl Onli r
Adjutant Generals Office Htato of
Texas Austin May 16 1934
General order No 81 Kegt
meutal and battalion eommnndern
should assure themselves Immediately
that their adjutant quartermaster
and hospital steward will not fall In
their attendance at the encampment
in JUlV lid If PlPV nfliniis I li
departments must be ptesent as the
success and comfort of the troops de
pend largely upon their intimate
knowledge an 1 proficiency In the duties
or their respective departments There
fore oil ucanUca must be filled and
new appointments made at once where
lcnl incumbents cannot attend
The nuarttrmnslerfi ahmilil ifv
ndvanco the names of tho nctlng com-
MUHi uuHBur siTgennis or their
regiment nnd should mnkn Arm
meats to meet at Camp Mabry at least
one day previous to tho opening of the
camp of Instruction to act In concert
in providing tlu neceitmry camn
equipage and supplies They should
niso know- ox wcll n the acting com
pany nuartermmtpr rirntvttt
exact number of men who will attend
i V uwiJ ol invi regiment
and the hour of their arrival taking
measures looking to the transport
ng 0a Umwlne ot th
aupplles
Ihe adjutants ehmiia In like manner
communicate with ii - Ji
tI2Hiiliwtwformna tn nam ind
strength of each company of the reel
irUl r6nItton They should
meet nt Camp Mabry the day before
encampment prepare to receive the
troops ns they arrive receive and filJ
the reports of the commanding officers
mHi trpi Irt nuarteru and com
n2PS ltwnril should reach
hlLJlar lh day previous to fn
campment to take charge of the hos
ra ton ft ami supplies
I1 an battalion com
m
manders
win nntir it
n4 drum major oVTnn
and postofflce nrtirc e uZ 1
al ami hnitnli n
tiiiHSS
JS n fmllc helonglng
ech W1 to
mS bltllon nnd squad-
K JlSlpifiSrwiS h
Heglmentsl nnri kiiu -
nW nd to thlVomceVt once th
gevut taNui itvard and drum nTsl
By order of tho commander-in-chief
V II MABltT
Adjutant general
Seeonit fieiierMl tkrtler
Adj4tntaenrars Onice Mute of
Texas Austin Mav JT l3i OeneraI
order NQ u j Dure
coming camp ot Instruction a
board of VI- - m k
W nmiiiuiimaashr
ka tApwnttMr v VttlUEWV tWCrlIWVOTA
THIS G AJTETJST 1TORT WORTH TEXA S MOaPAT 31 AT H8 3801
the guard and one United States army
officer
II Tha examlnatldn will embrace
drill regulations including regimental
and brigade Crlll court martial du
ties and other duties pertaining to
the a imtnlstratlofi of the regiment
Rules regulations and detail of the
board will be rrcmulcted later
Hy Older of the commander-in-chief
II MATjriY
out no on TAnin
The Popular Science Monthly June
D Arpleton Co l 3 and 5 Bond
street Kew York Terms 5 a jear
The current number of this monthly
opens with an article by Andrew I
White in which he describes the hos
tile attitude assumed hy theologians
toward the Darwinian doctrine of evo
lution when It was first promulgated
by this distinguished scientist Dr
Kelly has an Illustrated article on
Nicaragua nnd the Mosquito coast
which is of especial Interest at this
time as owing to the agitation of the
juostfon of building a ship canal
Nicaragua ha become a country of
Interest to Americans The article i
well llustrated with Mews In
flelds a corruption of the name of a fa
mous old pirate Hleevelt with pictures
of the natives all contributing to a
better understanding of life in tropi
cal regions The following extract Is
from a paper by James L Hughes
The Kindergarten a Natural fejstem
of Education
In the kindergarten the childs
spontaneity Is respected Ho Is not
guided too much He Is allowed to
work out with the material given him
the plans the designs the problems
that arise in his own mind The kin
dergarten dictates plans designs or
problems to him only so far as may
he necessary to help his mind to rec
ognize new conceptions He never has
a lesson in which he is a follower or
nn Imitator all the time The Idea that
he should produce a result similar to
his neighbors is never presented to
him He Is trained to depend on his
own mind for the plan or design and
for Its execution Natures plan be
fore the child goes to school la to let
mm nnu lus own problems Jtia great
est mental power is the ability to rec
ognize In the material world by which
ho Is surrounded the new things he
has not seen before and the new prob
lems he does not understand If he has
the privilege of growing up among the
beauties of natural life It tho trees
and lowers and birds and butterflies
and bees and crickets are his com
panions If he has sand and stones and
slicks for his playthings there are few
of the problems of science and mate
rial philosophy that do not present
themselves to his mind He solves
thousands of them unaided nnd brings
those that aie too deep for him to
his mother or father or most sympa
thetic older friend These problems
are not forced upon his mind by any
external agenc they lie all around
his path awAltlng tecognltlon b his
mind The recognition comes under
such conditions exacti at the right
moment when the mind Is ready to
deal with the problem No wonder
that under such conditions knowl
edge Is ncquned and mental power de
fined and developed bo rapid
The Ladles Home Journal The
Curtis Publishing company Philadel
phia Terms Jl a jear
The June number of the Home
Journal conlnlns the second or the
serhs of papers on the boy Uefore
he Is Twenty This article is from the
pen of Mrs Prances Hodgson Bur
nett who has shown In Little Lord
rauntteioy n lemarkable knowledge
of boy nature 8he deils with the boy
nt the age of 10 when he begins to re
al that his future Is in his own
hands and Is undecided how to shape
it The next paper la to bo by the
editor Mr Hok and will deal with the
boy In the odlco and is to be written
directly to tho mothers by one who
muiu wewnr an omce uoy became at an
unusually early age a successful busi
ness man There Is also Interesting
sketches each by a different writer
of a quartette af the IllastratorH of
the Journal with thtlr portraits The
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Iho story of Decatur and Somers
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SsS l 5V0WS inmy Interring
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A FA Tji
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nLrs 2idsgti
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and Spencer that in order to live har
moniously in communities It In neces
sary to subordinate self to the general
welt being and to do this successfully
there must be accepted rules regu
lating and fixing the extent to which
this self subordl nation must go
Charles Itobinson In President
Cleveland and the Democracy and
Edgar L Vincent In Is the Pen
sion noil a Fall ure 7 have each the
weak stdo In argument for It Is a dif
ficult If not Impossible task to con
vince the masses that Mr Cleveland la
In harmony with the party which elect
ed him or that there Is not fraud or
corruption in the pension bureau Short
stories and poems give ariety and
lightness and these are well up to
the average standaid Quite amusing
Is Mr George B Cot t mans Every
Man his Own Publisher It Is full of
good humored raillery although the
readers will not receive the writers
record of his experiences as llletally
true
The musla house of Den C Mason
Co Ualveston Tex has recently
published a pretty waltz song and re
frain entitled My Sweetheart Wont
Give Me a Kiss The words are by
Hen C Mi son and the music by K
aareissen Tho movement Is easy and
the melody pleasing
The Period June Mrs Olive B Lee
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The June number of this home mag
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fit oi writing uy Airs Virginia Quit
man Golte grand daughter of tien
Quitman whose name Is honored by
all Mlsalealpplans Mrs Mire Is alio
well known for her contributions to
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forceful writer A Hurled Talent
Is In the lighter eln nnd Is a plea
for a return to tha letter writing1 In
the utile which once made cplatolary
writing so admirable rnd entertain
ing Mrs Goffe truly Bfis Tho pres
ent contempt for details considering
it an outrage upon the economy of
lime nnd space has helped to consign
rne of the most fascinating and nccu
inte factors of history to the days of
high postage and poet boys so that
we have as high a scorn for
a Bignet sealcd letter us If it
had never contained some of
the brightest things ever uttered
a he nows nnd political letters of to
day scarcely outlast an edition of the
paper white those of Junius have be
come classic in style long after their
political significance has been lost or
consigned to the ol llvlrni that has
wallowed the Duke of Grafton hlm
pelf
In nddltton to sther excellent crltrtnnl
matters there are as it usual in each
ixsue selections on political and cur
rent topics from leading newpapera
o the country
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lng company Chicago have commenced
the publication of an art strles to
contain the portraits of the dis
tinguished diumatlc artlsti of the
world The tlrst number Issued May
12 contains the portrait of eight Amer
ican actors Among them are
those of Joe Jefferson Marie
Ttempent Lillian Lewis and
John Drew Theno pictures are
btautlfull executed and if framed
would make a line addition to the walls
of a library The work will appear
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ous thought Published by Funk
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Mr Ilamerton his chosen for this
monthsfiontlspl e The Uththouse
by stanhope A Forbes A It A an
English artist of what Is known as
the Newlyn school men who paint the
outdoor life of n Cornish Ushlng Ml
Iage
Archlball Torbes the veteran war
correspondent writes n remarkable
short paper on The lture ot the
founded In t or In which he pre
dicts thut tho great advance In the
manufacture of deadly weapons and
also the Increase in the clze of armies
win make It Impossible In the next
failvarJ0tBUe inyhlng like the
attention to the wounded which has
heretofore prevailed nnd that war In
stead ot being more humane will bo
more cruel so cruel Indeed that tho
nations of the world will be forced
bj stern experience to devle other
means of settling their disputes
vcmilwuu y
rriiini trlr 111
UIKrnce Il
dents Therein
Most Americans however virtuous
who havo visited Yokahoma must
have seen the disreputable portion re
cently destrojed by lire for according
to the New York Sun the Yoshlwarl is
found in every great Japanese town
and Is on of the sights that every
visitor sees Sometimes
an urchway
across the chlet Btreet kang tg
Yoshlwarl proclaim In large letter
the nature of the place There li no
pretense In Japanese cities to blink tha
existence of tho social evil nnd Indeed
there is no disgrace attached
to a rest
denco In the Yoshlwarl
Young clrl
rn uf0M
temporaryhome are open 0 The
abert an1 Sullivan-
-Mikado are close
copies of actual
scene common In the YoMwoVl it
every Japanese town A famous some
sung constantly in the Yoshlwarl wa
tiWroUMn th Jllkado
residence In the
Yoshlwarl is no bar to
ft Tount or does
it 1 h ret ot
a social circle
to which
her husbands family he
ongs Consistent with the attitude of
he
Japanese toward the Yoh warl is
joung glils Parents offer them to
stranger and the purchase of
by European km aa leVl
is not uncommon United stateV
naval
offlcer house tell of little tei part at hi
of acquaintances
where these
fit tn
purchased girls nrl
the t riW Mc 1 t tar
cost of
maintaining such an Ht
SSTSm nVS Prchied
gin Keeps her masters
c othlng In
nect Srocr ana h t ome Coir a
iriS1 M th orallty of
Is otherwise the thing
respectable Americans
and Europeans fall Into It and th
people o the
country expect it of
An Aln arUTVltlng
SB dn
Cholerst Ten -
n
vil renner
uuvtri
cracker at Sll
fENBEnY ft ARNESON
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sssa js
ham Meridian Ni5I
ga Mobile AlKauWl
fflenSHtMnr
thro uah aCrnTLr fcj
Houston and St Lom J
Antonio via Hearne wj
Orleans and Denver tU
rort Worth Trslnliri
South bound in
n
north bound arrive 11
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It rt m w
City Ticket Agent III mZ
M U Itohhlns O T A tffl
irem irsmo Mansrfr
A VV ll PnulSd
Air DrlugBackilrBoM
My chllda cone ora wl
I nevva more see itm 4kumL
O brlnga rem bstfKs to bT
Hrlnga back brinja laSB
Sj sadda mv hcuvt T
Tetcha back ah Mcba ins
vaua VJ
My fadda -by-law paa jaI
He senda me checLa no iwr
My mamma-by-law MmnlM
Hhn niltlnma r rf jrr
Brlnga back IrlngabtcIS
O aenda te dust a tn tnC
Tetcha back ah ftttliibQ i
My papa andinatnmatatBi
So scarca le UerfcabH 0t I
I no more mlt ze lAellatfttJ
No more vlt m rscw I foKsaiT
Dilt sitta my hall room u M
Brlnga back brlnribtl
Ze Mericalne dolls to mrT
retcha back ah fetcha
Colonna he buju tirtlW
Twtl
It was a time w hen the heirio
down VtVOaffe
uu paves ine wow viuimi
rt in urn in 1 ui njHcmiof sa
Drank deep of forwt Cttf
Tho cooing of a lonely dovvil
vent mourn nr nn nnm
And over all there BMjri tn t
a 11 j signing 01 tn trcei
The elvet palms ot hiOMwiwH
Ana comrorted my iicttma
An angel Joy from raradlttKi
Seemed truant In the WirJ
The forest was avolce tnditih
O Io e long dead of yotiasq
Wliat time the graclotu fceim
down 8
And paved the wood with tin
Norman Gale h Orchard 5a
A llonl Hsnttry
ta come to our store unlM
after big bargains We
daily large dlscounti unm iw
nil natnlissa tilnn Slid JtStifT
cant afford to mlsi this fwjlLi
MOHCHOUSdbMeWW
lleud Tblif
Baby carriages bta tww
Ing chairs parlor Jttja
btlona lng to the furntuut m 3
at ery low prices sna 3f5
men in i vl sikafl
Main street j
To those contemplatlai b9
nlture We will make R 1
4 mis mtPfihltOll TlMDeCllWfl i
r FAhl
M VdS
10UJ 4W
zzz
Your Wife VIII lJJ
Unless you hurry right fj
nn nt thno new SD WTWI I
load lot Just receid EwfCgg
Commodore tskentt 33
promoted to a rear mim 1
known In the navyn IV7I1
cause of his superior Uil J
voi Mm ttlisad nlilT
Ing vessel ot the old
l lne Clood lol
101 MV
Are what tfo tne ourT
iImom nmnrlad trlth titw 1
sold on easy payments
dox Ellison Confer
prove too
Co sell tnem on -
v Atv nuu 1
f
Ost St
staj i
He eer
If he knows he has on
hlr nr lmme to sit UW
dox Ellison S CompwJVs
ments too
liable liable wsi
Call around at SJJr1
v ompany a w tM I
Kn la Rntl fill UfT LI P l
Main street
Loplsnd tUtjUJ
The best on earth or
Costa nothing to 1M
tie more to get ons
xriBr orved In 8
ment during the
distinction of hatlnf of
tho Confederates Are j
mm tirk1 1
ing on rain IT
lumping from a rsllroj
it duo niiiio
To charge high prices
business All kliulsj at
until you ml
payments roo
Angostura H
i I- t hfltlrPlt I
gert Sons mnufs
nn that thtlr b

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