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"Thoro's ono or two things more,"
nays I "To-morrow morning you'll lie for coming imp tho houso. Well, you can't come. You'll stay outside, mime as Kurcka says you will. And tlip. skiff nnd sloop arc locked and chained, so you can't run away In thorn. And Scudder won't take you, nor any letters from you, 'cause he' In the Raine, too. And when Miss Page comes, If she docs come, don't you da.o loll her one word. If you do well, you won't die of consumption, anyhow." I pounded my kneo wHh my fist when 1 said It. It's a pretty averaso fist, far's size Is concerned, and I seo him looking at It. I said "Rood-night" and went out and locked tho door and took away tho key The fresh air euro had hogiin. Next day was raw and chilly and tho Invalid put In the hours chasing what few patches of sunshine hnpprncd to come along. Eureka brought his meals out to him. Ilo bogged and pleaded to be let into tho house, but 'twas no go. He spent that night in.-the toolhouse, same as he had the first. Kor a week he stayed outdoor. Then he said he foil so much bettor that lis guessed he could risk a day Inside. Eureka was ready for him "I'm glad your lungs feel hotter, pa," sho says. "I thought they would. Hut, of course, you mustn't come In for months and months yet. I guess It's time to start In on the ilyspcpy llni'." She took a piece of paper out of her dress waist and unfolded it "I sent a dollar to a doctor that advertised in tho People's Magazine," she says, "and I got this It's for dyspepsy, pa, and particular nervous dyspepsy. 'A care ful diet and plenty of exercise,'" sh rend "We'll begin on the dieting. 'In severe cases patient should take noth ing but hot milk.' We've got plenty of milk surh as 'tis. That'i; a comfort." Her dad had been setting on the wash bench back or the kitchen. Non he jumped up off It like 'twas red hot. "Do you have the face to tell mo," he screams, "that I can't have nothing to eat but milk? Why, that's" "Doctor's orders, pa," says Eureka. "I'm going by doctor's orders, and see what they've dono for your lungs al ready." "I can't live on milk! I ain't a baby. I hate the stuff! I don't be lieve no doctor'd ever " "Well, we'll call Dr. Penrose and see wnat ho says. I'll bet he'll back in a up." Washy didn't take the bet. He know what Dr. Penrose thought of him nnd his ailments. "Aw, Ileky, please " he beg. "For your own good, pn," says his daughter "III fetch you the hot milk " rihe did a quart of It. He drank It 'cause there wa'n't nothing else. For another week he lived on hot skim milk and cold fresh air. He pleaded with the Heavenlles and me, but wo hadn't any pity for him. Ho tackled Scudder, but Nate never pitied any body unless there was money In It. He tried smuggling letters to Agnes, getting Lycurgus to carry 'em; but Lys was In with his sister and the let ters never got any further than Eu reka's pocket. 'Twas fun for the rest of us, but a kind of nuisance in some ways. You see the sight of Us eating three squaro meals a day was horrible tantalizing to a dyspeptic with an appetite like Washy's. Ho'd peek in through tho dining room windows while we was at the table, and groan steady and loud tl'l dessert time. Van said it reminded him of what bo called a "tarble dote" a a Hungarian restaurant In New York He said there was music at both places, but that, on tho whole, Washy's music was the best of the two. The Sunday of tho week following was a mean day. A cold rain and considerable wind, more like October than August. The invalid set in the tool shed with tho door opened and an umbrella keeping off the rain that leaked through the cracks In tho roof. He looked as happy and snug as a locked out cat In a thunder storm. "Aw, Eureka," says he, when mo and hlh daughter went out to tho shed with the noon bucket of steaming milk. "Aw, Eureka," ho bays, "won't you let me have something hearty? Only a hunk of bread, say? I've drowned my Insides with that, thin milk till I feel like a churn. I can't keep on drinking the stuff. Tho more sight of a cow would make mo seasick." Hut Eureka wouldn't give In. "It's all for your good, pa," she said. That was what Van told him every chanco he got I cal'lato them words had come to be almost as sickening to him as the milk (TO Hi: CONTINI'ED.) Woman loves a clear. roiy complex-. Jlurdoclc Hlnod Hitters purities i l)Uiod. rkiiirt tho skin, restores I .dely, sound health. Wll.lini.M TO MI'I.AI. fFrom tin- liystnnder, London.) .1 ilal, your triumph looms at no RrcMt lij-tiirn'o; Kranc o backed the wrons ono every body knows it Aziz will lose, In npito of her Assistance Tlioiofoio I send you my Imperial PmMt. And fliM on ilrm! in a wo boa im Your name, tho The more, each Moor less your little slips will strike 'em Hive you wiiim liver bear? '.' Dllnk to llieir slindo, very llkn 'cm. Memorable 'or and hint you'iei 1' ct that Peace Is your most cherished Notion, Kxphiln that that la why you need a Navy T ic Prince who holds ttio Ocean His mind's at rest, his Kravy, the Masteiy of foes are In the Autumn manoeuvres should hn served by motor; I.p upon all I.i Ma jeste severely, Tiy bastlnado-lns tlie r,aUir Voter One spares the iod and spoils tho coun try. Clearly! Think before poitunt); flu h ulptor, wlilnK (this Is quit 1m dramatlst, KCneral, art- adviser; I"i what you oiiKht oughtn't And von may jet Kaiser and never what you bo known as Afrlo's THE RAILROADS SUMMONED Public Service Commission Wants to Know about Causing Forest Fires. MAY CHANGE MOTIYE POWER 'mi in ! Inn Mill Auk Them to Miovt run e Why Thej- Should .nt Do 'lid' or Hue Fuel Tlm Will .Not i:inlt Sparln While Ittiniilni; llirouuli Wood. Albany, Oct. ".A number of rallionels running through the foiusts of tho Stale weie Miinnioncil to-day to appear befoie the public service commission in the tccond illuriot at a public hearing at the capltol on October, 11! to show what de vices and ptecautlons ate being taken asamst f-etlhiK Hies in the forests along Hull respective linos. The railroads will nln he axked to show cause why they should not either use some fiel which will not emit sparks from the loconitlvo or wh.v their motive power should not be chanced to some other tlian Meatn. This action on the part of the com mission follows a recent communication rocehed from J P. Whipple of the Plate forest fish and came commission In l which he stated that In hls opinion ninety per cent of the forest flies stalled III the forest pieservcs are caused by sparks from locomotives Mr. Whlifnle recom mended that locomotives niniiliic through S'tjte land" lie compelled to use petroleum for fuel The following railroad companies were Included In the summons: New Vork Central, the Pelnware ,; Hudson, fn rt liner- and I'lipenhncen. itlennold and Western, the I.owvllle & Reaver iher, Ponda ,!ohiii-.l,n and Glnversvllle, Ul ster and Pelawnre Erie, New York. On tario & Western; Delaware ,t llaslnrn; Catsklll Mountain. Catsklll and Tanneis vllle: cranberry !,ako. Rutland. Adiiotl daek and PI. tiwrence, Paul Smith's nioftile l.ik'ht. power end i-tilh nnd. I .like f'haniplnin and Morlali. nnd Keosovllle, Ausable Chasm and Iike Champl.iln. Mil. TAP S A roi.OM I.NTIIATOH. last vls-lt to AI. ADMIX- During his last visit to Manila. Mr. Tafl nr.o day stood in his tcmpor.iiy ollire in Mnlacanan the residence of I he oil Spanish govcmois to which the till" palace" in iriie Castillan ginndlto 'liience -,i . d liiappmprlatcl.v to be up. plied at tlie end of a lung conversation with a caller. They had been discussing conditions In tin- Philippines. Gradual ly th" talk, led by the visitor, indeed Into more personal nintteis. uut the enthusiasm of the impei sonal subject, of tho earnest tires which Hie incie than casual ri.fei.nic to the island and their people invariably arouses In Mr. Taft. was still Mining his blood. He met a lererenco to his prospective candidacy for the presidency with a characteristic np-fllns of the head, indicative of 1m patienie: "It isn't a question of what It menus to me." said be; "think what it will mean to the Philippines, for I believe that It will he one of the best strokes of fortune that could befall the islands, If the people should sec lit to make me president. I low much mme could do for the islands if i weio piesldent; How much Mionger and potent my efforts and influence in their behalf would he!" To the listener It was an enlightening and imp'Csslve demonstration of how near to his heart Mr. Taft holds the wdfaie and the futuie 0f the Smi.i people whom we godfathered when Dewey foiled the Lions t.i strike thrir castled banner over- Manila In lvjs, and the dcapollc hand which ftpaln had test ed upon the Philippines for tliiee ecu turles was thrust away - believe I have th- missionary spirit," Mr Taft told soiii'- of his fi lends before he sailed from the t'nlted States In I'iO) to head the Philippine commission. So he had. And na milltantly. omMdcntly and de. teimlnedly as had Philip II when he .said, ill reply to those who besought him to wlthillaw fioni (lie Philippines because of the cost of conquest; "For the conversion of only a slncle soul In the Islands would she up all the tieasiiies of the Indies!" liut tlie .splrii which animated .Mr. Taft was no that of cnnipiest, of piollt, j of seeking aggrandizeiu. i,i either for1 himself or Ills count! v. II, is a builder a creator, an upllfler Of a ,l,,w n-irodden, lllv-used people. On the , .estiou yf -llnciulshlrg control of i',, islnmlH he lias pronounced no less . i ihIiiIv. hm i from motives vastly moie altruistic, than did Philip III, when ti. pioposai of lioii-ietc-ntloii of the islands was being debated In hl.s court: "It m ni , said of me ilmt I ali.mdr.i , d wliat my father concluded and left to mi,1" Compaie this with Mr Tuffs tinging notice lo the woild at laige. ,u a peilod when irresponslhles weie ag.iitating Ihe anomalous proposition ,,f "selling" the Philippines (In whom and by what li cense, ono wonders?) that we would not either abandon the Islands, or shuftllo out of the obligations there whieu the for tunes of war biouuht lo us iinsoiiirlit : 'The t'nlted Status could not sell the Islands to iinothei pntvei without the Kiosscst violation of its obligation to the Philippine people. n miist main tain a government of law and older and the protection of life, liberty and nroo. rty Itself, or lit the Islands lo do so and turn tho government m,.,- .,, n,,,.,,. No other couise Is open to it." In considering tlie giachial and con tinuous evolution of Mi. Tuffs work In Ihe Philippines into a whole that will ever stand for him as a surnasslnir monument of accomplishment, ruin Is struck by contrast .Mr Taft was in A Bkln of Hoauty la a Joy Forever. T. Fallx Oouraud's Oriental Croam or Msgioa' Booutlflar. jlerr.tvi Tn, TliirUi, KrceUM, Uoth P.ieln. IUiIi, tai .Skin Dlitliii, tnn cotrf tlfruln no bctutr. tnd dc flei tdectlon. It itocrl the tt cf ro yrari, ftfjrt 1a io Ltrmlefi we Uilr-tttotepurcll lu properly mKitci. Acciplnocounlrr. ftlt of llDlltt mail, Ilr. L, A. hmt-itld to i kij of lb htut ton (t putitnt) "Al you laeilei will um th'ru, 1 vcrummeDa llnm iicil'" Crc!in' hi tbi l-tt l.irmf jl of all tbt ikln iirtb i'H' lur ' I ' r till by til ilrucdiU nd Kncr Oont 11 a'rt ''i '!) I i"' I Htuln,Cjni,l and Euroix. n3 7.".' "'&! .,-.i:3 S'S'APrsr D BURLTNCrTON FRUK PKflflS; THURSDAY, OCTOBER 8, the beginning opposed to the taking of the Philippines and to iheir retention, both on grounds of conscience and po litical expediency He did not believe In expansion In theory for the t'nlted Stales, and especially that description of expanilon comprehended in the re tention and the shaping of tho future of the Islands, our form of govern ment and our political mutations, he be lleved, precluded our entering upon ex periments In colonial government with any but the most i emote chances of nn emergence etedllahle In ourselves or profitable In any peoples who might become the objects of our fostering. Hut having been convinced that wo must, as much In Justice lo tlie Filipinos ik to our national credit, leftnln fiom scuttling and educate, encourage and filled the people by Instruction nnd ex ample to a point wheie they should become fitted for self government jitid the Independence for which they so ar dently wished, he thrust his prejudices, theories nnd fears behind him. He be came, as much as any slnsle man may hold that relation to a nutlon, the saviour of the Philippines ilnd their Inhabitants. Prone as they weic until recently to belittle our uoilc In the islands and prophecy disastrous fnllme for the al truistic policy puisued by .Mr. Taft Kngllsh colonial experts have been bimiRht to giant the success and np paietit permanency of his cnnsttuetlve work there since lion. Mr. Tafl gave the Filipinos their popular assembly. IP- did It against tin- ,vlce of sonic of his associates whfi did not believe that the people were teady for even this limited extension of autonomous rights. lint Mr Taft knew. It mat tered nothing to' him that In less th.ni decade after we took the Islands we weie gianllng the Filipinos what the nnsllsh were afraid to allow afler more than n hundred yen is of suzetalntv in Ihigland and thirty years control In Kcvpt. His study of the conditions In the Philippines nnd bis exaiH knowledge of the people satisfied him that the Fil ipinos could be trusted lie bad brought I hem to (his pass In extending to the utmost that coiindence. by providing them with those educational facilities, which the ltiltlsh studiously withhold from the nntives In India and Fgypt. He held that (he piactlce of self-government, to quote one of bis critics, is In Itself a training In character and morals nnd that all peoples, after pioper piep. nation, may reasonably be expected to piotlt by It. The propriety with which the Philip pine assembly has conducted Itself, the wisdom and temperateness of Its ofllclal acts and the absence of extreme tadi callsm to which some feared It would lend Itself, has amply vindicated Mr. Tuft's Judgment. His "policy of attrac tion" has puzzled and dismayed the Ihig. llsli colonial authorities and hred In them doubts as to the wisdom und llifiillabll It V of their own hltheito highly launled systems of coloninl government. Mr I". 1.. Mai its wtio conducts ti gen eral merchandise business at Tope, Va., writes: ! had c'lllla list June and got clown In veiy bad shape. My system w.n so completely run down that 1 was scarcely nble to attend to a-iy work 1 look 3 bottles of Hyd.ilc's Tnnjr and felt like a new man before I had finished tak ing It. It old mo moro good than any. thing I ever found and my health was good all la&t summer. J. W. O'Siilllvan. Iiurlmgton. Shanley A: Ksto.-, Winooskl wimi.ii's iMiimrcrio.v or coai,. In i report re, ntly published hy the l'nlti-d Stales flcolopk-al Suivey an nd- I vace chapter Hum '.Miucial Kesnuices of the I'lilled States. Ciicndar year, 1!7" i;. W. . I'arkci. the coil expeit and chief stal.stlclan of tlie survey, estl I mates the world's production of coal for Wr. at UVj.W.liO .shott tons, of -which the t'nlted States furnished 3fi.7 pet cent. The following table fioni Mr. Parker's icpoit, showing the production of the Ipilnclpa! coal-producing i-ounlries for i the opaciie , the ye ii neatest the one under tevlew'lio and that i for which llgiiifs could i,n obtained, ghee tlie details of hl.s estimate. For s.lke of convenience In comparison the quantities ni. repoited have hefen reduced to short 1 tons of li.niiri pounds each. Shoit tons. .!. I : I "fri'Til.CTT . ... ?X77.1. '.i'". 3ir, .... 4o.7oc.?ir, y.y. 7fi .... 2,i.sr,7 f'tit .... I.'...,!.4i77 .... l.f:.7.2V) .... io,.-,m mi s.MI.52.'. .... s f.'.'f.r S.2'U..Vft i.riSi.fKt i.:i',i."i."i .... "iVi Ci" r.v7.'.'i S21.711 a.7..i''d 1T0 r'7 142 s77 . ... I". "; x.lnOffil I ....1.2in,iM.pn fnlted States (1WT) nrrat Itrllaln irv;) flermany (l!''7) Austria-Hungary iU"'7l Pi a nee (1!Y7) Ilelgium tlriT) Ilussia and Plnl.ind (lriofi). .T-ipnn flC) India HM) Canada I1WI New South Wales (1!V,).... Spain fiw.l Transvnnl (l"'i7) New X.en'and ftMl) Natal (l'.v.) Movleo (1'TI Que ensland flMTl Hrill.ind (lrf'1) , Pah- W S'veden ll'O) Victoria nfi'f'.l f'ape Colony (lPiV,) Tasmania ("V'T) Other Countries Total Percentage of the t'nlted Ptales St.; It will be observed that In 1M7 the t'nlted f-tates produced i;n per cent, moie coal than dreat Hrltaln and over , M pnp cent, more I ban c;erm iny. l;x- elusive of nrent PrHaln. the t'nlted 1 stales produced in lfi"7 moie coal than all the other countries of the world com bined. P nnv also be noted that moie than f's per cent, of tlie total vvoilds pro. ' diicllon of coal Is from countiles north I of tlie IViuntor. the countries south of1 'the line producing less than 2c"vi,r ea , tons annually. Mr. Parker also presents a table! I showing the growth of tlie coal-mlnlng Industry in the 1 tilted Stales since lils in comparison with that of other countries of the world, from which it appears that during the period of forty years the percentage of the vvotld's total pro duced by the Polled Slates has increas ed from It. 32 lo 30 7.1. and that since lt:o this country lias held tlisl place among Ihe coal producers II now stands far In Ihe lead of all others, having so far outdistanced flreat Hrltaln that (bat country can no longer be eonsldeted a rival, although It is onlv nine vears since It was supplanted bv the fniied Slates as the greatest rnal-prodiiclng country of the wen Id When ..c f.ivc npn tverj ining you ever heard of for that bad case of dys pepida wltliout receiving any or very little, relief, and have about made up your mind that your case Is a hopeless one, don't fIvo up. There Is a remedy for Just Mich chronic cases, ono that has buen prepared ejptclally for caiccs of Indite. (Ion and Stomach trouble that fulled to yield to other treatment It a Harney's Compound. The prescription was written by a Washington. 1). c, htomach special. t and will relieve that soreness In the stomach nnd overcome catarrhal of mu cons condition, of tl .- -.loniacli and .itca tines very quickly .B lt ;lal I(,30rt Klye Itarney'fc Compound a trial, J. w. O'Sul "' nurllnston, Bhanley & Kstey, win- i umm fn 1 1 it q r n n tH) Repertoire Actor Charged Violation of the Copy, right Laws. m COUNTS IN INDICTMENT Ills ('(initially duerd o'l'lie I.lelilcr Is Alli-Krd to 'lirli.dan" In V; C. of Sew HrlHK Hie Aeiloii Claim lug llvtm-rslilji. St. Jnhnsbiiry. Ocl. t Lome Hlwyne, the leading actor In tin. 1,-irnc Hlwjne iJiniuatlc coinpany. was aneMted at Windsor last tiliiht lu- t-nitnd imi,,. Maishal Heeves of HiilliiiRtou ati.liij "ii.imiii unr in.-, morning. i ii npia lu t whs niacin to fulled Slates ConuuisHioni r Hairy Itlodgett of Ht. Johnsluiry tiy Mehler S- l'o ,if .Vev Yoik that Hlwuif had been producing the play ''The I'hrlMlan" np.ui whh Ii Mehler claimed ine copyilglit ami le was aier.-t. I mi the alleged lolatioii of the copvriRbt I laws. The Indlctnifnt has two counts alio that HlwMie v. Pl.t if I the eniivtiKht ly playing "I' he f'hiisiim" a! si bury Hcpteniber p, .,d ,,i n, ,, ,., S'epti mber Tlie iinpnny h.i . , finished a week's engagement at llrni" born. A hearing will be held before Mr Hi gelt to-morrow morning to det,-imin, whether or not lOlwyne will he hound ti to tlie next term of the I'nited ft iO circuit com t ."i bund were fixed I clay but lClwvne has been In the cast,,,! of Deputy Mirshal Iteeves through tl e clay. SKT.V IV Till'. SHOI'V. (Krom the New York (llobe.) One of the many ihatms of the .-oft taupe, shades is that they haimonlz. so well with nil other colors. All tints of led and tine look nartlruhn iv noil won I tin 111; blown velvet with tu up" pluuo s , Is" stunning u, c if. ci ,and t.iupe ,i,,.i Jgieen or bl.uk vi.fv smart a ml if f-oti,-. A big round hat i.f l.l.ick sill., tne crown swathed with tn-ipe 1 i .i I i r has a few s,,ft gi.en velvet n,,w, rs in float. Tin- ff i t is odd nnd plo.u i lit A pli-tuiesipi.- hat th.it is beautiful , i color and th. last nuve In shape 'ia a very high u.nvn aid a wide II i mg brim Th" hn' vet. nnd tp,. the hilm Is gr, crown is a Is f.ii i d with gi ,i v v , I- iow'ii nnd upper side "f V coided silk. Aionnd tin eft swathed drapery of 'Ik and in front is i.ne giay cord eel enormous snti-i rose of exouis'te Am, 1 1- can Henutv imik. the heart of tlie hti.-e (lower deepened to wine color. Tin- I ii Is pi lend $ir rx A iciiind bat Is of pale blue satin, i '.e bum faced black velvet. It trimmed with u nk loses and a whit, iosprey. f one i lo.ikmg for sometbiiig new lo give to t e (i, tuber bride fo- he new hcnne"i'l' n, r,1 .,-. t ui and brohze ,ife wenh hx.king ;,t one set has eight ten pieces. Including tho Plotter, with ha il more genero is ,rk ' rune" 111 I 'if -e f i tic dsonie corners nnd well than usually t.J Tbn cl is.s 3 '-s tl ,it l,,ks l-Ke en gl S 1 , t T t i.sed .s., much for Th s K ,.,.t n, "H, the l.lised de- ' I'e Tlie moutlt K" a set of eight -keil a'V tlie sets of 'i hr'S". Tliev have if seenis moie sm'c. iv riling table than gilt -cts that used t'v silk !'-ocndcs over.'-, and p.llovv iniind t'-e-,-. times isoH-'fe i f n nlsh- lamp shrdes chiselled (jinn i fas sign appearing sue Ing Is of gl ceil ''I or ten pieces St ! " . Very handsome ii green lironze and h a snbdueil old air tl 'able to the Ilbraiv- the gav scarle and l'o he so popular. Remnants of tan,. i and velvets for tnhb tops are In eat ,! w-'ien the average 1 ing or at least ic furnishing, for the winter. Sonic verv p ctlv pieces are to b" had for '!.". .".u and " cents. A beautiful and .trtlMte hi i,-, let of m-iir'x tui-in'.,'-es nt.,i Usircus rougli pen i Is with .hhc-ite gold chain links Is I' Ii" I ad for til. High black Fhoes ,.f ,.nf nfl p-ecnt 'fit'-er nie to .e u for fi ij, iinpers if bine and p nk 1 . ljerl .-'n-l nni ;-ro-v I'resome and lorn niiifoims eveiv dav nnd lafion e-olois t and Utile ban, scarlet and These are I'l One can hie tiltuic in pi i 1 1 nowadays wit! r-d on It lead, of Ihe pytop dressing tab,- ve of orphan : sv lf IV h.ihv wears th,, m a ,,i f -oni -he regu llg' t wn wil'i .i belt s at in , k and w-i 1st- ,,f vliile -tilpoil materials tits . h 'Ii .mv article of fur -ice I h unpainted wnr, ' el, cb,, i itr designs stamp for Ii e decorative t r.i h ipbeiV hot noddle A danip. d with a flonl dc- sign would in iki the burnt wo-d llONCS for glevef a lasclnatlng t'.old for aiilst's operation an, and veils, scrap has- iveis, plot ui f lraines, table, chair", benches; in a won, almost anything one I can thliiK of is to be found reaely for burnlns. Wide (soft r.bbon (tlm wider and the softer thr moie In dem.mil Is it) is belnc; bnucht bv th" milT for trlnnnlnits, savlies, etc. A' one shop veistcrdav a woman vvac liivlnu nie.isuied for bet yard after aid of a sl;v luslioiis til, lion that bil a liailcsnound of pearlv white anil v. striped with mlstv pmi; and blue and palest mauve mnlclni; one think of n rainbow iowlnir .-.-.fih llirniich ralndiops Tip. jmrt h.ii-er said thai she was Kolnn to cover a hat shape with th" lovrlv ilbboti nnd trim it with a Krc.it icwttc of the same ribbon - no other material or color or ornament e opt two h.iipms with rlilnestone heads A nechl.io Ibit lnalies one think of thine IJpypH'i" Ik t dull silver almost black, with pendnnts of lapis lazadl set In a sort of illlftree pattern Tlie neck lace lb s flat "ii the neck and the design Is very aitl-l1''' A dlie. toili' r":t of daik blue cloth has tlpplini; rovers of stuff which (ills lens with slhr,r tbri'inls and kIows with tlnls of red and (troen and Hold, a tiny waistcoat "f ,1"' sa'f' "tuff. IjIk. fancy buttons, nial black braid complete this stunnliiK Kail"0'"' A piettv liluuse Is of gray nViusu'lltio over wlil'f- ''''"lined with Hlmple RtinlKlit ll'",!l nt yellow lace. Illu clilntz lampshades In fluweied de sIrii.s with haded nunds of yellow blue pink .or circa are to m had for $i..v, H.,',u and They nie In cmplm shape, stiffly pleated, but very pretty and deco. rntlve. There's nothliiff so Rood for a soro throat as Pr. I hoinas' Kcloc-trlr Oil. Chios It in ' " uur. liullcvcH ualn in any any H)0B. i sfB ii ii I hi I "t i 1 lW'W COAL AND GAS f I mt&l RANGE COMBINES) I Vnrk m, E J ' ..J"1 ,i,. HI . I M,.. Ii .... Pi3 m JUilJLBlL Hero is the ..loni f-.mlm. b m -',- "tH.ii ii .-.impl.-t.- ..!.! rai.u j-jd m llr!.!.. Av-gfr ami u uumplft- ku vimgc J;t W Igjlyjrc I'-mipuut, I'.iinvninil nn I m M fl lSf "I, s In ""- pvinjLT in' tliorc ,sme- than pfl 1 iSrldi:1' HOUSEHOLD w 'fiS' I I HBl AW chbinet HDunuuuH u,lt,. kl ,, n hm $ m mm ciiP cabihet ,.j : :,r r,,::.: m m (zmm.. t&.tBSFsrzz ,.,ti.. m I-LdiiL---' TT . .t . . ., '-'r lures of 111- II. ,.,v h..l. 1 ( ,t . illl't. MK'll .Is t I , How , i JpT3 iu"f flami)-r, nnd the new iirraim.-nieiil whorohy hsIk-s mnv he droppd thnM,-,, ,.,t , M Illy 'Hlnr; jiImi lln- simple t wo.pi.'re ffiis lmriiors. with no holr-s to hocomf !.-- 1 tli.- Ui. jj Inll-.sio.l (iv.-iis. Hi,. , invt'iiifnl hroilors; the rodiny olovated wnnniiio closet, uiul t It-- M hut closet ill the hti.M'. Tlx- superior Household entiHt ruction, the heavy cnsliiifrs nl" velvet v sinoothn.- plain, hul heimtiriil desitrn ;ind tho perfect AVorhntnnship tlirouKhont. p. aces the Ilotiv i. . d W t ahiin't al Hie head of. all ranges on the market. superior Household Deaiituiil iiesitrn Hie head of-all This fall we otl'ei shown in Hurliimt'm. Home.' "The K.iyal." the find 'Th several other slyli the style and sizi . you ii thai you M FREE Although The Household line offers a wide variety of de.si-rns in both the plain and ornamental styles, the su pori r and original points of Household construction are the same in every ran ire. First of fill, every Household is "Fiuilt to link,. " the extra argc ovens the Douhh aroiiiu oven tops, la l-Ke lire pots, heat ciivulat inn twice the oven, lartre broiler dim- ciiiml.i i.,.i .,....(.,... thiniper control, accurate oven neav.'v casiiiif's are eatures o ruelion that insure 1 NO MONEY DOWN ON RANGES OR PARLOR STOVES We have tin easiest t'redit Plan by moans d' Household Iiansio and Healer We'll all v a lot you settle the account without lneonveniotK 1 now and I ItOOSIIVHi.r AMI oi,m:v- (I'lcun the New York Hun) Pi lor to ItKVl no Indictment could bo had iiRainst tlie shipper for receiving icbatcs or unfair ndvantafies for the simple iv.i Min that no law existed on tho statute books to punish a shipper. The only ac lioii which the Koverunient could bnni; was oio acalnst the curler which khvk tho icbati ! Is one of the distinctly creclltiible achievements of .Mr. llooio veil's administration that by the so-called i:iklns act of this defect In the law was cured and the heneilclary was made as utility a the carrier. What was luipoi-Plbln for Mr. Onley be. coinei by the Ulklns l.nv of PTO possible for .Mr. Itoosevell.bul the President seeks lo convey tlie Inipienslim In Ills compail son of words with deeds that Mr. Olney had failed to enforro a law which Jlr. lloinovelt lps enfoicod vvtlh Indlffcreiiit iucciiss. As tho law did not coino Into M 180-184 entiHt ruction, the heavy cisliiiKs nf velvet v sinoothn and tho ported worluitanship throufthout. ranges on the market. New England Cook Book laicst Household Range. rreatest lme of Iiaimes ever m?? with "The Honest." "The ' Cabinet." "Th.. uj-bv. " nnd HtMrl -""''Vf -TST .. . " .' ' IIIO IrW jJifts it i'l unci in want. same heiirht '"rout and back. heat indicator, and extra t he n .n.li.l 1 1,,,,. ,.i,.,i,i lie .in.,,. hoc n.. nst VlSiJSUi.'M a lifetime of amid service. "-s g HOUSEHOLD PARLOR STOVES 1 , . Ml way that lloiiselmM K in yes arc "limit t,, earel'ul const rue' n and nripanalit v in dc the best ran",',- ,.n th.- lnarket lleat.-1'.s of the jrivHtest et'l'ieiency, durability n:id ue have Household Parlors also uie noiiselioid (),ii;. with eiiner wood or coal, it you heat a larfre h.uisc or a fvw rooms, we i,'ii.Trantee to furnish a Household that will nive the best results with the least amount of fuel. Bl OIL HEATERS Before coal fires are needed, one of our thoroughly reliable Oil H.-.iieis will be hist the thuiL' to warm tin th.. Sj. liviii'' room ,ie .m n.. i iii. ,f. .Cl " - 1 tjfewiiere ,-i little ih t is ( esii-.-f Me sure lo LTct "HI' prices on Oil Heaters and you'll timl that thet are tj like evervthini' else, at mncli los those iii the "Iheh Hcd District. " nlmh every I t" nil price for mm 'MI n rla f aTATtf ffi aWHB nixivnaaHaHmi exlstance until aftr- M dim . case.1 fo be atlonii j -general the ,ltMn.'naou(iiiess not to use a shorler and uUler wold of llils aicuiiient of Mr. Iloocovolt's Is perfeclly plain. We wo. ihl piefi't- lu charity to assunu that Mr. Itncifevelt lu this attack upon Mr. Olney wrote more In Icnoiauce than In ruuuliiK, hut to do so is lo impute to Mr. ltnooevell a shot 't. ess of luenoty which HUuvors orodulltr. Mr il 's.velt has time nnd attain In Ids of'lcir.l nnd 1ui10illcl.il eou niuii.-Htlofis clnlmeil ciedlt for liims. '.f ni. 1 p. ity .1 lintl.-uf Intro 'luced thh amendment which ni.ide shlp icis liable o Pdl-tment for aceepllnu lebates. t'nless h p enHM' I an suffered .1 "'inl pic '.! '! in -t '.'.ve known wlin he liN itv 10 Mr. llryan tlmt the law- for ,v' .tnnce he has loudly claimed iredll was not passed until after the list demorrat .idinlnl--tlfitlou lind ondc.l The fact Is lhal In IIoilv i, edition with every "I'.uilt to has produced in round am cast iron tin: p,t, for want to Jf.;V3' !i,,ik, .mir.f v. tlian :imil ( ranges an 1: (dk( ii VP 1 111 at onee oxehantr "Out of the High Rent District." this a 'i n,,, si ,.f '.,.. oontr.'V Itoosevclt has shown a shaniel. sard of fiuih uiul fair iea.s,,i. s M o s M Ill) an, who with all his ccinoin , Ics has siiowti hlmu'lf hi this unit,, , to bo n Kcnlleman and to ha. - 1, taut respect for truth, will 1 1,11 , t It Is Impossible to continue ids fe wllh 1111 autiiKonlsi who resoits ir hs fiuts to his Imagination, and wi.we ,11 fc'stent advocnc of tho "scpiaie ,u,ir 11 inoiuimeutnl hypocrisy of Ameri, an his tory. SAMR nPKKCT. Mttle Deri's inolher Hmit him a smnll switch wllh w" 1. li 1,, his small sister who had If.on 1 Af'ci le !i a none ,1 loin; tiro In with Ids b'liids full of cl, is "1 .111't Mud ,mv svv lib" he - u thruiv linn.. ,1 i,, 1 Iirlinci.nii' 1 1 b ir j jcvC! "'rf " ri3" . It n f ,. . . li.ioo. 1 111 sa vj si" li that i.js i,, 1 La .1 i , lie I'l'' or &i boa lit m I s -in a re st ! s hti hu. -i m i m