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Mterk WOSTOS June U. 1S6 Alloues Arnold Atiantf I Hoeton ind Montana.. Mutt A Boo ton Calumet and Uecle . . . Centennial . Copper Kails Franklin Kearearge (.toeeoia Qulnc7 Wulncy acrlpt uid Dominion Tamarack Tamarack acript Tamarack Junior Teeunmea Wolrertn Pioneer Merced! 2 51) u i. 2; so 17 " 4 T.i p 21 Agrlruliurwl I n: if litria. It in kiiu.vn tint i!..-!!..v r of lr.ftr and of ditlVrtLt k;nN 1' cIhi-m ii 1.1,0 to various turt. 1 It run n's. iukI tin iv id good n ast ii to m.j ! that a l-tti r product and tvaur v.jir.i runty viuKl be attained I y tin- u-ci f I'lirc cultures of the fjH-ticM i;jti w liii h ifcial flavor depend. I uuii' refund that in thU colii try quite-u uinnU r t dairies urein.w usiup jiuro t ultuit s f a eertain lacillus (Latillus 41 t f for pinj; tiaviT to their jinH'.uct. It is probable that fixuilar iiietlii'd.") ill wxn U intnduced iu the 1 he s milking iinUi.-rry. A ree-ut tiiylihli publication, whiih 1 have not yet et ii, i.s entitled "I'.k ;.d, liaki Ihh.m s aud Uat-teria. " Jt will 1,0 doubt l e found to a main iiifornuitioii if r. e tieal value toth'M' e:aed ill bread-making- Agricultural ch-i:iits predict that in the ri ar future eultun s of tin nitrify ing bactri;i tf tno -.il will ! on a large N-ale U r the u-- 1 f f.u rw r, who will add tin li t tuanni. for the pur Ie of rixii:: th- uu.i;.- ir.o. or p rhi-is will distribute th v.i t tly ujou the i"oiL Should this J r- v.- t U a fri . ful and fXAu n.:-.- pi-Iir . t:- 1 it Lt of the itiTti-: ; !..- it a "pract: al r ul:"' ta--. Acotli r a: . X faTriired i'-wl- ivady jrcv.-.I ful tain parr f hz: j ftrcction of . l i L. in tho graisf.' Li- 1 1 of ir-t ii.,; r ik'.: - i our r- UT- Wi li La.- fcl- fiTiLi- r iii e r l Ia'- tj ti ..-k- ly li-tr;bur.t, a-l li.o;T d with a culture cf a bacillus w Lf b CaU- a fatal infectious di- a.- au.oLg th lit tle animals. Popular tcitnee Monthly. A My.trjr of th IUfl. Soiuethinff that no man understands ia why a rifle, clairip d in an iniicov able viiie, w ill not put the bullets into the tame hole every time, even if the w ind dos not interfere. A correspond ent cf fcLootinz and Fishing tells how he put a rifle of Z2 caliber into a vise and fired it ten times, the sights being alwayi aimed directly at a mark. The bulkta went ail over a four inch circlo at CO yardi Thecn tically all ought to Lave gone into the some hole. A man who holds his rifle gripped hard at ore time and easily at another will not ehect as w 11 a.s one who tales the same told of his riflo every time. The Le.st results are obtained from bench rests when tho man puts LU ehoulder against the rifle butt MtBtlrk'i rrMfnt Ono cf the Crt things that strike the visiter to the Lible IIou.se in London is a magnificent pair of elephant's tusks presented Ly Menebk II, emperor of Abyssinia. Whou Menolek came to the throne, tho Dible sxir-ty committee sent fcim a specially bound copy of tho Scrip tures in his Lative tongue, and offered to replace in tho churches and Louses tho Iiibles destroyed Ly the dervishes. The emperor's gift was accompanied by s letter the seal of which bears this in scription in Amharic: "Tho Licncf tho Tribe of Jodah Hath Conquered " London Letter. Poverty Moat Stay. In a magazine article bit. Andrew Carnrgie says: "We should be quite willing to at-olish luxury, but to abolish poverty would be to destroy the only oil upon which mankind can depend to produce the virtues which alone can en able oar race to reach a still higher civ ilization thn it now presses." Proof roaltlT, "How do yon know, daughter, that young Tyson does cot drink?" "Ik-cause, papa, bis breath always smells of fre-hh cloves." Detroit Free I'reas. - - . 1 -' ' '" .imln Urtn I TTT A Vm riAT TTlf T I TT?" A PLAIN, $11 Major McKtnley's Manager Thus Defines Himself. VFT AM. HA NT TO ET HlXA Thoo Tbr At JoJ. Tlatt, lrpw. Gt toor, IMck Thotuivaon. t'UUy aud Maa Other Mm of -Vote Who U'ill It Ea trly Sought at St. Loaia. WAjn:xcToX. June 11 Special Such a gathering of lg men a there w 11 beat St. Loui In a few clay1 Many of thom are airva!y thorw. lhe tuot tutor rsUng part of those mvt national thow U the exhibition ot uh-h. rrUMy M.u-JUcn-v Major McKiuley's nanar. mil be the bright partlcuLvr star of the St Louis eonstclbkttcn Everybixly want to see Hanna. No n.xr: in the country u crptlng MvKlr.hy hin "lf ard rhar lTTOiucEt v. lovenini. na hvn inorv uifcs about for thrw or four months than th: tame Hanna Mr Manna, w ho Las eme to the frvtit as one of tl.o hrvwdot j-l.ti cal managers the country r sar. 1 a mode: a man as you cxer saw. HmU-mi t claim to tapl:tKlan at all "I am nth lug tut a buslnos man. a plain, simple business man." he said to me lat rVsvttj ber when be came down to Washington to attend the meeting of the natlvnol Kopub llcan comm'.ttoe. "I don't claim to kn ar.ything about the fine art of politic, and what's more. 1 don't believe there 1 any art In It. At any rare, all I know Is what 1 want, and I po In for It I go at politic )ut a I have always gone at my business There lsn t any uso trying to ftxl jvople or make thorn think you are si minor than you are You have got to treat ieple right and be honet with thcra. no matter whether you are In business or mlltics. A IdooJ PoUttioa. After Flanca, I seppoe. Senator Quay will be the most sought and mot talktxl About man at St Louts. Q'.i.ny has ast 'shed tho reorle who know him best by his course in this ci:nnaigu. They were at first surprised that he should come out a a candidate, and then they were surprised that he should give so little assistance to the antl-McKlnley combination. Their greatest surj'rlrf was when the snator m.vle his now famous visit to Canton Quay has the reputation of eng a man who never goes hack on his friends, who stands by them till the lat gun Is Crod. but ho 1 also known as au agile politician. who Invariably Lands on his feet. In this case Quay kept up a little connection w ith Mckinley and his managers all through the flght. and when the proper time arrived he not orly went Into the McKlnley camp hlms4.l1, but loyally endeavored to make terms f-r his friend. Quay Is perhaps the Ideal politician. He is regarded here as the ablest political manager in the United States, and at St. Ixuls every man that knows him will want to renew acquaint ance, while every one that does not know him will try his U st to pet an Introduc tion. Quay is a delegate from one of the Pennsylvania districts and has announced his Intention to go to the convention. Chaunccy lk-jew is always picturesque and Interesting. Ho is always In demand. As a conversationalist, as a storv teller and specebmakcr Chaunccy is unrivaled. The latest story or joke Is sure to le on his tongue's end. The men who love that sort of thing and their name Is legion hang around Chaunccy like leos around a bloom ing flower. It lias occurred to me while watching Mr. IXjiov at former national onventiuiis that his reputation for levity is a great hindrance to his ambition. Men lo not take him seriously. It Is a dread ful thing to be compelled to live up to a fame for fun. . A Flop Frllow. Of course Mr Clarkson will be there. lie has Urn at every convention since I knew anything about politics nnd is al ways a man of prime Importance. Tho eld latt Quay Clurkson Manlcy-Fesnendcn ombination Is In hard luck ntrain this ear Four years njro lt was at Minneapo- is trying to U at Harrison with lilaine or uny one. and this tni.c it has lamentablv fail.il iu Its s heme to heat McKlnlev. Hut hey are fine fell- ws. all these, and among he hlh.--t type of i-olitieians tn the conn Clarkson is a man who numbers hi ru-nds l y the thousiud and who wields a much purely per Lai Influence as any one know of. One could write many columns about he faii.'.u men who are to trather at St Lou:, lake, for Instance, General Gros veur. t.v.e tVure u.i& of tle McKlnleT campaign C'ouid tlj re I aty one more id terest .z. tln tt.e loLg whiskered, pink eye'i. sv.'t spwka.n tuan of matbemati' sv Gr s-eLor work U uractlcaJlT df.ne He tiuairi theptr.t ail;r,g rua.hine for M-.KiLky SLi C. it wt-U that the coua- ry lrt"d opa k.v;ix.g pa-e with hi rork. New th Idiots are to crtwu h:m tit Zs.z.g all political lightning caltu- laVrs Cliauney I. Filler, tl ys of Missouri, will lj there with Lis famous General Gract slouch hat and hi Hull way of an sweriug all inquirie Warner Miller, stolid and respectable, looking wise and baying little, but looking out for the band wagon and the beet scat In it, will be on hand, as nsual. Governor Hastings of Pennsylvania will attract a prvut deal of attention. He to place Quay In nomination, though this feat Is one for Quay and two for Hast cgs Quay hasn't any Idea of bein uoni nated. but Hastings has for the vice presidency Chris Magee, the famous lord of Pittsburg and Quay's mortal enemy. will oc there. He Is another big fellow. big in brain and body, and he will never go to N-d till he has ascertained that Quay ha Lrt turned In. Other Warborov. Two famous men of a past generation will be Richard V" Thompson, commonly and affectionately called "Old Pick," of Indiana, and Richard J Ogleshy, the lilt nolsan. In all probability this Is the lat national convention for these warhore of RepublicanUm. No two men tn the throng will be more respected than this pair of Dicks. All eyes will be nn Teller, the Colorado srn.ctor, who sit In the Republican con vention as a delegate, and who may yet be the nominee of the Chicago convention for president That Is an odd sort of a situa tion for any man to tc In, but no one doubts Mr. Teller's sincerity. He Is as mueh devoted to the cause of free silver a mother ever was to her child. His able young lieutenant, Senator Dubois of Ida ho, will share honors with him. Perluips tin question most frequently asked at St. Louis, except that of who Is going to I vtee president, Mill 1 "What are Teller and Dulst going to do about It" Walt and see. w'ALTr.K Vt'tt LMAK. Tho Whl i Oear. Tho gear is ono of the most impertnnt things to be looked lifter in the wheel's running qualities. Each person most decide for herself how hlKh cr how low it should be for her comfoit. The word refers always to tho diameter rf the rear wheel that Is, a 00 gear menus that the marliinn is arrr.nged to Lave the rear wheel revclvo as though it were 60 inches in diameter. This is nccom plished by means of the chain turning over a large sprocket in the front and a small one in the rear. The varying pro portions of the numbers of teeth on the two sprockets produce the variations In arar. or 2! ncn wnovi. wnion arr now almost universally used, the gear (0 will I obtaimxl if thor are 13 teeth cn the fnnt and 7 on the rear spnvk tt. Thirteou and 6 and 19 and 9 will also appnximate 60. I tut n tion 60 Isx-ause that, cr aKut 63. is the favorite gear. Formerly women's whtxls were never graml higher than S6, unless by special inier. The higher the gear the fewer revolutions of the pedals are neexl rd, but of course propxwtiouately imre strength must tc put mtoeai-h push. I goirg at csusiderable sisxxi the motion is more grai ful where the pr 1 ratht higk Climbing hills is pre tty stiff wc ik with a Li,h gear, and it is always r uot to ko to either one extreme ir th other. To find tho ge-aref a bicycle when yv.u do mt ktiow it multiply the diam e tor of the tear wheel by tho uumts of tooth on tho freiit sprtvket, and di vide the result ly tlo nun.Ur tf tevtl; on the rear sinsket troit Frt-e IV -vs. 1h luioa Mlooro. The Unittxl States does not rextgnizi prottvt or cxaitrt'I lliie miumg exm muuities iu any way. No gotlical ex ploratiou cr survey have Ura unUr taken, and tht iv are t.t c rucial resit upou tho locate u. foimain 11. tlevt h p meut yit Id t f this rich plao r it gioii There are no military its aud not a territorial or fdral etliit r iu Yukon, Alaska, save toie eustoiu insptvtor and poKtmasttr. Tlxiv is no law, save as tho miners maintain their own unwrit ten cle. Churt h missioiiarv sen-ieties have provided for the few peaceable lu dian triNs, but even spiritual comfort is withheld from the miners. "Heaven is high, and tho czar is far olf, "despair lug Russian colouists useil to say long ago. Muce tho military csvupatiou 01 Alaska ceased iu 167? fttsnu nt ai tnals have been made for the establishment of a garrisvu at Chilkat and tho construe tion of a military rood ovtr tho pass traversed by Yukon miners for the last 16 years, tieneral Miles oncv considered the matter to tho extent of detailing an cfikvr to make a muuoiisauc Klia R Scidmore iu Century. CAL I' MKT 1UNICSN LOCII.N. Johnson, the Jeweler. Johnson, the Kngraver, Agmtt block. Good family wood at J. V Tim Jr., 4 Co.: 4 a cori. For Sale Lot located on Main street. Laurium. Apply at News office or ad drean, E. L. M.. care of News. Smokers, II you nave failed to Bod a rigar to suit rou, try "Heimlich' Crown, the Dewt in the market. Go to the Citv Bakery ' r your fine-pa tries. Angel food, fruit cake always on hand. Cream puffs Friday and Satur days. To Lkt The Htore, and room In-hind, opposite Ryan's store, at jirtwnt occu pied by Richard James. Applv to Alex Macdonald, on the premises. Headquarter for Portage Lake nnd Lake Superior ice company at Slattery A Ryan's livery office. Telephone and order book at office. Order promptly attended to. James Am.kv, Maunger. lathe spring a young man' fancy ightly turn to thought of IVWitt's Little Early RierH, for they always cleanse the liver, purify the blood, nnd nrigorate the system. Laci.e Durei Stoiie. Mr. It. De Young, Middlcburg, own, write: "I have used One Minute Cough Cure for six years, both for myself and children, and I consider it the quickest acting and most satisfactory Cough Cure I have ever used." Maui K Intro Store. for Hale. A well built house on Eighth street, nt present occupied by Capt. J. F. I). Smith. The house contains all the latest plumb ing improvement, with cement cellar, etc, and has been laid out for the occu pancy of two families. Apply to.1. ! Cuddiby, at Ryan's store. Did yon ever thiDk how readily the blood is poisoned by constipation? Pad blood means bad health and premature old age. DeWitt's Little Early Risers, the famous little pills, overcome obsti nate con stijatie P. Ladle Imuo Stoke. Lake Linden t age. Stage leave Raril 1 Tearce's livery sta ble every day at 8 a. tn., 1U a. m. and 1 and 4 p. m. Stage leave McCIure's liyery stable at 8 and 10 a. tn. and 1 and 4 p. m. Baejl Jt Peaiu e, James McClike, Proprietor. T the Public. Any person desiring to take ice for the coming season w ill do well to call on John M. Mefwner Jb Son. the famous ice dealer, and make arrangements for your supply. Ice suitable for anv purpose. Order by telephone promptly delivered. J. M. Mehsnkh A Sox, 401 Pine Street. Madam Smith, the world renowned clairvoyant, reoowncd for ber accurate and truthful reading of the past, present and future event of life. Give names and perfect description of eople, locates lost or stolen property, locate disease and tell whether curable or not. Madam Smith will do all that she advertise. Can Is? found over Sotlich'smeat market, on Sixth street, opposite the Opera House. Price, f 1. The firm of Peter Debarnado & Co , who have store in the Italian Hall build ing, have just received VMM) barrel of choicest wine from Iyos Angele Califor nia, and repectfully submit the following price-list to consumers: Per (is I Ion. ...11.25 ... I ) ... .AO ... .M ... .AO ... .fin ... I v ... I.M) Per llottlo. icenu 40 M " 2fi " 25 25 " M " no " Cafawb wine. Muscatrl , Hurhara . , (irtirnollon Claret Zrlnfawlel..,. Sherry Hunan a They will also sell any of the above brands at 6 cents per glass. In connec tion with wine they have the choicest brandies, from 2.o0 to 4 per gallon, and whiskies, from fl, SO to fC, per gallon. MliulIUIlul WW It Was Observed at the Local Churches Yesterday. lly Keqneat of Supt. Coolej Other Item of 1 to real Picked I p thout the .VIotroroMo of the Cooper CoMotrr Yesterday was "Educational Sunday and. at the retiuest ofr.Suut. Cotdey. of the public schools, sermon were deliv ered by several of the local pastors on the subject, "Education: Its Sphere and Aims." At the Calumet Congregational church. Dr. Hunter gave a very interest iog and appropriate talk at the morning f nice ami the Rev. S. T. Morris, of the Ud Jacket church, spoke on the same subject to a large audience intheevening Roth of these discourse were very highlv spoken of by those whoattended. sever al ot the other pastor also took occa sion to speak on education yesterday. The Y. XI. C. A. men' meeting wa also addressed on the same subject, the Rey. H. Green, of the Laurium Baptist church, delivering a very fine address. The idea of devoting one service a year to educational subjects is a new one here. but from the interest taken in it jester day it w ill probably be repeated next year. It is very appropriate, coming, a it doe, immediately before the gradun ting exercise of the schools. Yesterday was also children's day at most of the churches and program ren dored almost entirelr bv the little folks were the principal feature nt some of the services VF.FKLV l VF.feTMPST I.KTTKIt iied My C. .. hj land A Company of Chicago. WHEAT. The fluctuations in the w heat market covered a wide range during the week and were mainly influenced by local con ditions. Shorts covered freely on the ad vance which set in last week and on this demand being satisfied no effort was made to sustain prices. The decline wa accelerated by the receipt of the government report w hich was accepted as a bearish document and the Helling became general. In regard to thisreport it may be said that the figure are con sidered too high by leading authorities and are all together out of line with State bulletin and the report furnished private crop expert who have cov ered the same ground. Recent action of the market show that too much im portance was attached to it 0 u bear factor. For our part we have reason to believe that the low estimate will be fully confirmed by thrashing return and that ultimate higher price will inevitab- result. Orders for one million barrel f flour were booked by Minneapolis mil ler during the week, and all indications tend to confirm the belief that all of our exportable purplu will be taken br im porting countries during the current ear. Conservative buvinsr of wheat nder such condition seem fully justl- d, nnd the oportunity of securing some at present price should be taken advantnge of without delay. 1)KX AND OATS. The market for these grain was mod erately active during the week; trad ing being confined mostly to local opera tors. Exports continue liberal and sam ple lots find ready sale. We do not look for any radical change in price in the Im. mediate future, bnt consider the long Hide safest to trade on under existing condition. PHOVIHIOXS. The speculative trade in hog product wa fairly active during the week, with prices somewhat irregular. Offerings were moderately free on the rallies and the market wa governed lo a great ex tent by local operator who traded with considerable freedom. We look for a moderate advance in prices and consider provisions a safe purchase at the present time. The following from a recent iue ot the Iienver News concerning Thaler, the Austrian who i making n tour of the world on foot. Thaler was here about nine months ago and ha been heard from at several places along the route he hn traveled: " William John Thaler, an Austrian ot Trieste, who claim to be walkingaround the world, called at The News office yes terday. He left Montreal, Can., May 13, 1895, and reached here yesterday, hav ing performed the whole distanceon foot, wearing out five pairs of shoe. Mr. Thaler I a tall, bardy-looking man, sneaks several language and propose to write a book upon bis return giving hi experience. He is beating his way." Nearly 1,000 people from Calumet and vicinity went to Hancock by three spe cial trainsover the Mineral Range yester day to attend the excursion to Isle Roy ale and see the mammoth whaleback 'Christopher Columbus," and they were not even missed on the streets. All re port a pleasant trip on the lake. A large number from Esgle River and other points in Kewenaw county came up to take in the trip. Ida Adamson, a well known character in police circles, was up before Justice Curtis Saturday afternoon charged with being a common prostitute. She was ar rested Friday night by Marshal Ward and was creating considerable disturb ance on the street. She pleaded guilty to the charge and wan fined $25 and 5 costs, which she paid and was discharged. Mis Evatyn XL Light returned home last week from Evanston, III., where she has been attending the past term at the Northwestern university, to spend the summer vacation with ber parents, Xfr. and Mrs. W. J. Light, of Tamarack. Auction ol first-class furniture. Mon days, Wednesdays and Fridays, at a. m. and 8 and ? o'clock P. tn. Private sale daily. Auction mart by the depot IU Oatks, Auctioneer. Xlen s fioe black clay worsted suits, double breasted, square rut and round cut at fU. Light-color men's suits, straight corner, nt . at B. Neimark's in Borgo's block. v Wall paier at cost, to close out spring stock, at John Dunstan's. Nice sssort ment yet, and very cheap. Wanted A girl to do general house w ork. Apply to Xlr. Richards, house No. 4 Osceola. W. F. Miller, of Houghton, spent Sun day with friend and relative in the city, DOLLAR SIDE AND SHILLING SIDE. A Comoierrlo! Tradition Which Ilao Loot IU Pore la Now York, For th purpose of retail business th two iUm of every thoroughfare were for merly thus divided: The left baud side going north or the right hand aids going south along any broad street or avenue or Now York was the "dollar "or more profit able side, and the right hand going north or the left hand goln east was th shilling skdtt, devoted to loss produotlv business matters and depending chiefly upon the patronage of persons of more modest In oome and slender purse. In the early oommerclal life of New York city the west side of Broadway was considered to be the more desirable for retail business. The store upon it paid a much larger rent than those on the side opposite, and not only was this th rase, but, as the New Yorkers of a generation ago remember, the west or "dollar" sldo wa tho more popu lar for pedestrians, especially during the promenade on fair afternoons. An loono- last of mercantile custom and traditions was the late A. T. Stewart, and lt was his constantly avowed belief that a rule of business or affairs which had no other backing but that of usage or precedent did not amount to much and could usually be overridden to the advantage, of a pioneer against it. The present Stewart building at the corner of Broadway and CliainUrs 6 tree! is on w hat w as tho shilling aide, of that thoroughfares and when Mr. Stewart determined to move his dry goods estab Usbment up town ho chose by preference the location at Broad way and Tenth street, also on the shilling side, and built there, contrary to the views of bis rivals In the dry good business. But Mr. Stewart departure from the unwritten business rule of years did not abrogate It lu the dry goods trade, and the preference for the dollar side anil the pre judice against the shilling side survived by many years the use of shillings as a moasuiw of purchase In dry good store. Little by little, however, the once unwrit ten law of retail trade has falleu Into dis use, and now the right hand side of the public thoroughfare in Now York devoted to store purposes. If not quite a good as the left hand side of tho same street, Is, among real estate men and retail dealers, considered to be nearly as good. New lork un. THE CZAR IS PROVIDENCE. Th RaMioa Peasant's Palth Iu Ilia fcovor- olgn'a Omnipotence. A man who was present at the corona tion of the late czar says in Le Courrler ties Etats Unls that he has kept like a never to be forgotten vision tho memory of tho ecstasy of the crowd prostrated at the threshold of theliurch whero the holy mystery was taking place. "I recall," he adds, "a certain little old woman whose extraordinary fervor drew tears to our eyes. Over her dirty dress she carried a ragged bag, which contained doubtless a piece of Hack bread. She was evidently from tnnio distant province and had boon walking for a month or more, living on alms, sleeping in a stable, with tho cattle, Impelled by a mysterious force. Perhaps she was fulfilling a vow, perhaps her poor disordered brain pictured Moscow as a place of felicity, a paradise, where tha unhappy would ls cured of their sorrows. Squatted In tho mud, her hands clasping a shepherd's staff, she was gazing fixedly before her. Her wrinkled face of waxliks eolor was transfigured w 1th enthusiasm. Her lips murmured a prayer, but her eyes were gazing Into heaven. Thero was In this eye a suierhuman expression, sad and serene at the same time. This woman was dead to all thought, to all sentiment of real life. She existed as In a dream. Touched with pity, I approached her and slipped a ruble into her hand. Without a glance at him who bestowed this fortune the old woman evidently believed that a miracle had boon accomplished. Tears ran down her cheeks, and she extended her arms toward the father, toward the czar, to whom she attributed this benefit." A Mystery Explained. The following Is said to ho the correct version of the luanuer in which the late shah made the acquaintance of the boy companion whose presence in Knglaud ex cited so much Interest: Some years ago his majesty was out In tho mountains lion hunting when, In the evening, a tcrrlflo thunderstorm came on, with the result that he had to seek shelter In the first house or hut to which he came. This happened to bo tho hum bio abode of a shepherd, who had but ono child, a boy. During tho night tho shah hoard the child cry, aud fueling uneasy his majesty left his room and visited tho child. Scarcely, however, had he left his apart ment when tho roof gave way and fell npon tho bed upon which he had Just been lying. Had the shah boon there he would have inevitably boon killed. He was much startled and attributed his deliver ance from a violent death to the boy, stat ing that the child must have been Inspired by Mohammed. The following morning the shah directed that both the hoy and bis father should theuooforward remain In personal attendanco upon him. The boy then became known through out Persia as Aziz Sultan, or the "sultan's darling." Tho shah never weut out with out the boy. The father was subsequently promoted to high rank In the Persian army and accompanied the shah in hi east European travel. London News. Th Secret Out. The gnat hotel was crow ded, and the newly man Ud couple w ho had just ar rived from Rising jfU, had been com pelled to take apartnieuts on the four teeuth floor. 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