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? A DOLLS' HOSPITAL. r dull Claribel and I have had a dreadful experience. Claribel met with Sniccidenk aDd had to , go , to a doll.' lanital. Of course I went with her, and there I ww such sad eights. ' -,Tna savs she should think I would h alad that there is a dolls hospital, ind that Claribel could be dootored and well there. So I am. But any ona ai loves dolls very, very much had bettor Bona ine jo uu uun cowitb thorn. You see so many poor, gick dolls lying about that it makes your heart ache, Claribel got hurt on the steamer bcnWe were going to England. I laid hor down on a steamer trunk that was open, and just then the boat gave a creat roll and down came the lid on Claribel. It nearly smashed her. Her tack wa broken at tne waist, lier arm was crushed, ana ner loveiy, curnng hair torn nearly off. I -cried and cried and cried, until papa said it i sued any wore 6alt water mio iuu uceun it woum make it conio up over iue top or tne gbip and we would drr vu. The re6t OI luo vuvugo wws very mil time for we. Claribel was laid away in the Etcamer trunx, ana an wo were on tliip I could gec no now aou. tsoi mat tbongh. It never, iiuve r t-uum. As goon as we got to London I was to have a new doll. Dut at the hotel I met a littlo girl who know all about tho dolls' hospital. They had sent her a card, and on it was printed all about what they couia ao xor kick uous. DOLLY'S HOSPITAL. Open daily fom 0 a. in. till 8 p. m. All com- piainisui u. v. .-, , Lt limba mado whole: loss of hair, eyes, doso, teeth, hands or for replaced; wasting away of tho body rest on" to plumpness ; all accidents are Buocessfully treated by tho doll doctor. Fationta leave tho institution looking better than ever. Children's own hair inserted in thnlr dolls. Dolls djcbrtoxl to order. Dolls cleaned and repaired. "I should think you would much rather have your own old doll fixed tbau to get a now one," said Amy that was the little girl's name. I paid of courso I would, and that Claribel should bo taken to the hospital that verv afternoon. " And bo she was. Pana took us both. When wo got there, wo found lots of little girls waiting to see tho doctor. was glad I had brought Claribel in a box. isome of the littlo girls wcro car rying theirs, and every ono could see IN TnE WAITING fcOOM. tbam, and that made ns all feel bad. Things you can see make you feel tho baddest. Some of tho dolls had been tossed by dogs. It is very awful for n doll to be tossed by a dog ! It spoils her for life unless she goes to tho dolls' hospital, One doll had lost her uoso and hair and arm from being tossed by a pet dog, At last we were let into the room where tho doctor was. Sbo was a lady doctor, and she was such a good one that they said she had never lost a pa ticnt Dolls always get well with her doctoring. The room was full of dolls, and somo had real queer looking clothes. These had come from foreign lands, for dolls aro sent to this London hospital from all over the world. Some bad been doc tored and some were waiting for their turn. One was all blind and a good many had lost one eve. It makes a doll look verv strance to lose ono eye! Well, the doctor took Claribel out of the box and looked at her. and said, oh yes, of course she could make her all well again, and I could have her the next afternoon. I was so happy I When we got back to the hotel, Amy came to our room, erring. "Oh, Evelyn I" she said. "Can they cure your doll?" I told her of course they could, "Well, they never, never can cure mine "know I" she said, sobbing. "She got t mi ima auernoon. xoni wnumu l lay hanging, and and he hung Polly ) -and she's broken in two I. He tied weight on hor feet' ' -"How dreadful I" I said. "Cut don't matter how bad it is, that doctor can cure her.!' , i For a Inner Hm Amv would not be lieve me. hut I kent telling her that kneV fnr tnrn that. hn doll COUld be -Tired, I wouldn't look at Polly. No. id seen ftlr-k dnlla enonch that day 3ut I told Amy to put her in a box, and she could oome with us tomorrow when wo went to get Claribel, and leave Polly o be fixed. Claribel was just lovely when I got her the next day. Yon would never have knnwn chA had heen smashed by trunk lid. It is a verv creat hospital and I want every little girl to know about It. But that funny Amy I What do you think sho did? When she got Polly back, sho looked at her once and just "Ob, oh, they've made her now," ho cried. "They've spoiled my dear old Polly." And I think myself they had fixed op ber face and bair too mucii. 1 Hut that shows what a good hospital f.M i. I think. Only if yon want your f rinll .1 j j j a. AA inn mnfii "w. oi.i, uiu nuu JUHk meiiuw j - be sure to write it down in letter to dootor. Annie W11H McCullough la Youth- Companion. -?.T1LTY?F CUBAN WOMEN. r. P,a Dm to Contend. iuban men in Ann. na,ew been known tn h.... ... thej are never women InT U fU" ' dVOted Wonien Jo aeici KrtHir,Cbc,1 ,,and "bother and to send thera fond. maM..- . . no T ' anu ciotn weir fathers and brother,., in. , h"tob .Toe Muro HI. mM t ;hemore i tu.t 0 vuluo of slkm"- TlllT y Ht tio of war, even ,nong thnnelves, but to "rii Z are slnRllIrly conlldin. u iiuwjus ana rerfe( t trust Is at times startling and makes ona breatha a .,ol t prayer umt U will never bo bo tniyed. It loailn to iiianv Rtrnn.m ,,,n.i. rn-na tli.it n i i . . . v..v.n.,lul,luIlllm irtutodtts news and inio auauy Journal, for . r,.,,i,i publlentlnn of names wmil.l t,.rl t c...,.n llio nlrwHly overcrowded ami vIIh quarters .u u,m-u hi ine j,iar-d jails and prisons, inuuui ami (I' i'n n bni,.,nj Impulhlvely drens up in boys' clothes to il- marine to merieans how they steal out t night to tho near by haunts of lover or oromer in tho "long itrass." ns tho In Burgcnts camim are culled: how thov sn. creto food in falso pockets; how Jotters, whoso envelopes havo been dinned in ink. iuu minion in their black hair; how medi cines aro carried in canes, and cloth for clothes or wounds concealed In tho lining of their coats. Ona i?irl. li vender, has frequently carried to tho woods (tynamlto in eggshells deftly nut together. Mio has had many thrilling experiences, uuu mi imrruwehi ehcano was wnen a fcpanUh soldier by tho roadsldo insisted on taking from tho basket nn egg, to let its contents drop In a hot and ready pan. IIo was with dllliculty persuaded to forego tho meal. 1 ho dynamito was mado bv nnoth. cr woman, who carefully obtnlncd tho In gredients at various times and at widely scatterod drug stores. Thomas Gold Al- vord in Woman's Home Companion For way. COLUMBUS OF THE SKIES. Incalcnlable Benefit Conferred Upon Scieutific ltesearrh by Laallle. Lacnlllo has been justly called tho true Columbus of the southern Bkios. Born near Helms in 1713 and left destitute at an csrly ago, ho was educated atthoex penso of tho Duko of Bourbon. Having acquired proficiency in theology, liko La place ho abandoned that profession for tho study of science and by tho favor of Cas- slnl bcramo one of tho surveyors of tho coast from Nantes to Unyonno, and in 1730 took part in tho remensuremcnt of tho French arc of tho meridian. Tho per foctlon with which this work was done so curod him admission to tho Academy of Sciences, ntl n professorship at tho Col lego Mazarin, whero ho worked energet ically in a small observatory fitted up for determining tho places of tho llxod stars. While occupied with this work ho bo camo impressed with tho need of good ob servations of tho stars of tho southern hemisphere. Accordingly ho proposed an expedition to tho Capo of Good Hope, which was officially sanctioned and carried out with marvelous rapidity and success Landing in April, 1751, at tho capo, which was then a mere signal station for Indian vessels, ho secured a location in tho wild conntry near tho great Tablo mountain nnd In 14 months had observed tho posl tlons of nearly 10,000 stars with a degrco . 1, .if t.Miititiul In ttinf. I n.irmr,f thn hei ens. The treat catalogue which he formed from these observations . - . - ina till) ll i h in 17C:1 and reprinted in 1S47 bv tho British Association For Advancement of Science nnd until within f K lmf so venrs was tho chief Fourco of m,r knowledge of the southern hemisphere. I'pofi tisor T. J. J. See in Atlantlo For May. FAKIRS NEVER MAKE MISFITS UomorlMt Burdette I'lillosopnues on m Short Cut" to Know ledge TJntuirf, .1. Ilurdetto philosophizes m nis kn,n.niu wnv on tno moueru buui cuts" to edu ation In nn artiolo on aiy Kindergarten of FUty Years in i e y Ladies' Homo Journal. "A rcddlor, m- n,,r,ififtn p.xnlains. "comes along : (Want tn Timet ice mediclnef Well, It will take you four, maybe five, years of the hardest kind of noning ut wjib yard of a school. You come with mo, and parent an(j brought up his son in I'll sell you a diploma, good anywhere, the way be Bhould go. When the dread thatMlcost youonly l0or l3 woe 80uthwe6t wind was driving' tho .!J2:"wh a preacneri v - ---- . . , would like to be a tnooiogian. .i the fakir says, 'os a ueKreu u Igbt here In the desk. Cost you $50 and opportunity an(j right himself as he de n old sermon.' Hoy gets it, frames t 6CCDdod and then triumphantly paddle "UW- '-ubno, proud ...bocro.. ...i.u tha nrnnocK ieaiuer. w I rwnk these fellows would get a misfit thins inese A I !.,,. hut thov never do never. rL.V,Jflra t50 man like the paper on tho wan. Same way witn au ine 'short cut' honors. The lamrs m taUors Theycan-and to do them ful The fakirs are gooa ustice' the uo-make their wares to fit A nd ono TJOO- ;Z class of Mnstructors' in this line are hf nrofessors who teach 'short cuts' to ifeaHh 5SJ do a free dispensary boil 5e with wsprice profits, and they also keep a finishing bodqo in vmou-r.-nanlantloc Wild Flowers. In digging, the wild 1 flowers, eepcclally it... having bUlDOUB ruun, " " " those having u go ooep a " -llnflln. to the roots 9Pj:;Vftfifl roll the plants up in aaIDp . hfl al. 0ather a basket paper trnm limior the trees Lhe no grass grows, tho first Inchon the Where D Hl p . . i .Ma rnI nnnd being tho uesi, uu u ground oeu'K . rcocption of in " ni.ntlnir them in . i..tl ttinm (n .. . a Aiinr man hum A, h.fiwoT.n5 lion.. Companion For May. morUt Stockton's Graeefal Answer. . . . it., .ttn writer. lie irans ,th A Tonnflr lady. wa once fliinKiuH. wi0D.Tr;K m.V.it seems inoon.lstenl, lonion t0 make it m" totbop of ,tTh9 i ..Ab, well, W know wa Tjdf Or ID . "j I n mn. .77 . hnth women au iiicu 1 After Dinner StorUs" In la- clety. JoornaI rof May. ,c,e THE WANDERER'S RETURN, Within thoM gates, lom, long ago, I had mj happy homo, Before I chose to wander forth, Through the wide world to roam. Flow gladsome were those early yearal llow full or rnjrth and Joy I My mother oh, I loved hor well ' 1 ' When I was bat a boy I And yet they say I broke her heart! I know I went away, Though ihe with tender, loving words, Had begged her boy to stay At home. But, no ; I would not stay. It seemed ao tame to me. A wanderer in laroff lands Far rather would I be. I went, and, smitten by the love Of gold, aocurBed gold, I spent long years in Ballarat m I lost my health, but still I staid, Though, poorer every day, Until my mother wrote a line That made me come away. Sho beRsed one favor of her son Her only son was I That ho would visit home once more In time to see her diet Ah, then the early love rcturnodl Iler face I longed to see, To clasp her in my arms and ask That the would pardon mo. 1 came, but all was still and cold. For winter reigned around. Last summer's leaves had dropped and lay All soaking on the ground. The grass was fresh upon the grave Of her who loved me welL Jfo welcome here for mel My grief, What tongue could ever tell? My mother dcarcHt friend on earth You had to Boar to heaven Without one farewell wordl Oh, may My sins bo all forgiven 1 Children In War Times. Of tho many forms of suffering that tho war in Cuba is responsible fo. none is so pitiable as that of which children aro victims. Iu Spanish households the world over, wbetntr in th mother country or the new governments formed from her colonies, tho place for eacn cliiia in mo iamuy is tuui ui a buvci-. eigu. Children nro as beloved and as longed for and cherished as ever tney were in the camps of Israel. The neglect that the little Cubans have had to en dure is therefore a sure sign of tho aw ful suffering which attacks the whole island. That they havo been sacrificed is oulv too true. Even children too small to bo objects of suspicion have been wantonly ill used, if not killed outricht, and thoso old enough to carry ... I. .... l.stm. in enma pnena itu vn-n mn nnd dfnlfc with 1 ucareu " , just as Boverely. Jose Priest, a lad ol 15, died from wounds receivea wnen ne was carrying bullets aud bread to his father in the insurgent camps, and Ilneda Hernandez, who was only 11, was arrested and thrown into prison be eanso of tho nackage sho was found to although 6be had carried it only as a favor, and m, tha bnt.tlpifleld little ones have unon loaded muskets, brought water, neipea the wounded and yielded up their own lives for "Cuba libre." JNew xoric Tribune. raddled Ills Own Canoe. The following illustrates the rigor with which the Greenland Doys are trained up : "Tha fnthpr nf Matthias was a stern Itoto into the --- lfu rua nnhlA 6uri. Aue ihuh hut, V r. aMlQ in nis nanu, wuuiu w..vi n through the boiling . sea to tne little nn where the canoes lana. . . ir.iiL:.. People used to say io J" iv ,lll mnn vnnr hov ' to which Vnn will drown your boy, advico this sage hunter of seals and white whales replied, 'If the boy can not right a kayak in a stormy sea, he cannot kill a seal, and if be cannot kill a seal ho cannot live in Greenland, in which case he might just as well die. A Talnable Little Book. A book small enough to about cover the thumb nail of a man would be a curiosity in any, circumstances, but when it Is the smallest volume in the world it Is easy to understand why it is very valuable. This mite of a book is five-eighths of an inch long, seven-six-rnnth of an inch wide and three- In ia.. ...,, .1,4 eighths of an inch thick . nas. o a07;-hlc flT.re denoted un pages of closely printed matter, ine : dortbonanieof ..Mtortor!aatlon of sense," letters are so smau mas would obscure one of them, and a mag- I . . i ...... n on a Vila nnrt nllying glass is uewoomj m i " . - Al4, nt,: The type oi tuo mm puto j smaller than this that yon are now reading. Tho book weighs about a quar ter of an ounco and is valued at f 7G0, which makes it worth more than its weight in gold. It was prlntod in Italy, in tbe town of Padua, and on the Sal min press. The- Useful Part. It is not what we earn, but what we save, that makes ns rich. It is not what we eat but ubat we digest, that makos . u lg not wbat reread, but . . . ' W V.n makni na wnas W reiuouiw, what v teamed. INTERNATIONAL ISOLATION. Ine ftThnaM Which Stands For a Principle Older Than the Monroe Doctrl-e ( What la meant by the phrase "interna tional Isolation" as thus used Is this: The United states la certainly now entitled to rank among the great powers of the world. Yet, whllo Its plaoo among the nations is assurod, It purposely tikes Its stand out side the European family circle to wbloh It belongs and neither aooepts the respon sibilities of its place nor secures its 'advan tages. It avowedly restricts Its activities to the American continents and Intention ally assumes an attitude of absolute aloof- nees to every thing outside those continents. This rulo of policy la not Infrequently as sociated with another which la known as the Monroe doctrine, as if the former grew out of the Monroe doctrine or were in a sense a kind of consideration for that doc trine or a sort of complement to It. In reality the rule of Isolation originated and was applied many years bofore tho Monroe doctrine was proclaimed. No doubt consistency requires that the conduct toward America which America expects 'of Europe should be by America observed toward Europe. Nor Is tbero any moro doubt that such reciprocal conduct is required of us, not only by consistency, but by both principle and expediency. The vital feature of the Monroe doctrine is that no European power shall forcibly possess itself of American soil and forcibly control the political fortunes nnd destinies of its people Assuredly America can have no dllliculty in governing its behavior to ward Europe on tho same linos. Tradition and precedent aro a potent forco in tho now world ns well ns in tho old and dominate the counsels of modern democracies as well as thoso of ancient monarchies. Tho rulo of international isolation for America was formulated by Washington, was embalmed In the enrncst nnd solemn periods of tho farewell address and has conio down to succeeding genera tions with all tho immonso prestlgo at taching to tho injunctions of tho Father of His Country. lion, ltlchard Olney in Atlantlo For May. DOUBLE STACKS. A Recent Improvement In Railway Loco motives Is Proving Satisfactory. Doublo 6tackB for locomotives havo lat terly again becomo prominent. Both in Great Britain and in tho United States ex periments havo been mado with thorn for tho past year or two on the London and Northwestern railway, under the super vision of Mr. F. W. Webb, the well known chief mechanical superintendent of that line, and on tho Toledo, Peoria and West ern and tho St. Louis, Chicago and St. Paul railways and tho results gonorally appear to have been favorable to their use. On tho London nnd Northwestern road the 6tack in outward appearance looks like nn ordinary ono, flattenod at the skies, tho larger axis running in tbo direction of the loncth of tho boiler, but there nro two openings for tho exhaust, ono for each opening in tho stack. Tho smoke box is divided into two ecporato chambers by a horizontal plate, and ono of the stacks passes down through this partition into tho bottom chamber so as to bring its in fluence to bear on tho lower tubes, while the exhaust through tho other stack is in tended to produce a pull through tho up per tubes. In tho American engines there is no partition in tho smoke box, nnd tho stack is placed with its larger axis running crosswise of the boiler, tho special object aimed at in this enso being, an equal dls ' tributlon of draft between tho center and the outer flues Instead of between the top and bottom ones. Judged offhand alone, , both devices commend themselves favor ably, tho British ono perhaps more so than tho American one because of its partition ...... ...U,U .1.1 tr, r,r..llt. cr certainty of tho equalization desired, and tho test figures thus far nvailablo show a very ncceptablo percentage of coal saving over tho usual single stack arrangement. It is not unlikely, therefore, that more will bo seen and heard of tho new practice. Cassler's Magazine For May. IN HER BATHING SUIT. Times When tha Ilobes Are Appropriate nd When They Are Valgar. Nothing in this world is prettier than a woman in a becoming bathing dress ns 6he plunges In tho 6urf, and perverted must bo that man or woman who sees aught but beauty theroln. But with tho bath over the plcturo presented is of an entirely different character. Then for a woman to parade bersolf on the beach in her dripping wot garments or to spend hours lying on the beach In unseemly at titudes certainly does not raise bor in the estimation of poople nor impress men that sho is a woman meant to uplift mankind. A woman's bathing dross was never in tended to be used as a lounging robe on a nubllo beach. It is a singular fact how needlessly wom en unsoxtherasolvos in thoso things. Tbon when men In spoech or aotlon show a fa miliarity with them they aro quick to ro eont it. But a woman should not forget that a man never offends a woman who be haves herself as a woman should. A wom an Who merits respect never has to com mand it. .l Nor does tho necessity come to btr to resent careless spoech or action. Men know the women with whom they can be oareless of spoech. They know, too, the women with whom such freedom of speech is impossible. An insult to a woman is generally Invited. Edward W. Bok in Ladies' Home Journal For May. The Sbady Side of Hypnotism. No words are strong enough to condemn the frauds which are perpetrated under ! the name of the "new mesmerism' and j the like. Hero we meet with subjects who I spend their lives as hypnotic media and who trick and deceive their often willing I dupes into a belief in the mystical powers tor nmn them. When ono m well rub one.g cyeB ana wonuer if the middle aces, with their alchemy and nstrology, have quite passed away. TheumagIo crystal" of Dr. Dee sinks Into insignificance beside tho wonders of the advanced school of hypnotism, tho devo tees of which aro chieily resident in tho French capitnl. Tho hypnotized fUDjecii is bellevod to be capable of transferring ber nervous powers to water and to other nonliving things. When these are touched or moved, tbe subject cries out that sho is affected, because she is en rapport with tbe objects thus sensitized." This Is all - TTnnnllv a vnr romnlotO SX- uumiiauu., posure of it has been afforded us, and hyp notism has boon relegated, in the minds of all sensible and unprejudiced persons, to the place I have assigned to it, as merely an abnormal phase of brain action. An drew Wilson, M. D.", In Harper's Magailns j For May. r DUlrtian & Duerre, Dentists, street, above Eagle Drug store. Fifth Wanted A good cook for hotel. Good wages will be paid. Apply at 410 Sixth street, opposite Wilmer's hall Children like it, it saves their lives. We mean One Minute Cough Cure, the infalli ble remedy for coughs, colds, croup, bron chitis, grippe, and all throat and lung troubles. Sodebgben & Sodebgben. Clothes cleaning, - dyeing, repairing altering and pressing promptly and neatly, done. All work guaranteed to prove satistactorr. ... Michigan Dyx Works. Orer3L2 Filth Street. Lake Llndtn St ace. Stage leaves Pearce's livery stabh Lake Linden, every day at 8 a. m., 10 a m., 1 and 4 p. m. Stage leaves McClure I livery stable, Bed Jacket, at 8 a. m., 1 a. m., and 1 and 4. p. m. Thomas Peabcb, James McCu nE, Proprietors. I have been a sufferer Irom chronic diarrhoea eyer since the war and have used all kinds of medicine for it. At last I found one remedy that ha been a sue-reus- as a cure, and that is Chatnbei Iain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Bemedy. P. E. Grisiiam, Gears Mills, La. For sale by Sodergren & Sodergren, Drug gifts. 11. II. Time Cards. JJAXCOCK A CALUMET It. If. Ohanre of time In effect 8unday, Oct. 3, 1887. t I t t PM. PM. AM. LV. ARB. AM PM. PM 4:45 13:3n 8:00 ....Lake Linden.... 0:50 2:10 7:W 6:07 12:26 8:2J ....Dollar Bay 9:21:4X7:8 5:25 1:10 :40 Hancock. .... U:10 1:30 7: PM. PM. AM. ARB. LV. AM. PM. PM Dally, t Dally except dunday. INK HAL, BANK It. It. Taking effect Sunday, October 3, 1897. Leave Arrive Arrive Calumet. Hancock. Houghton. ' No. 2.. t 8:20am t 9:00am t 9:10am No. 8.. tlo:45am Ml:.')0am (11:40 am No. 4.. SiJWpm 3:05pm 3:15pm No. 6.. t 5:00 pm t 6:45 pm t 6:65 pm No. .10 16:15 pm 16:00pm Itt:l0pm Leave Leave Arrive Houghton. Hancock. Calumet, No. 5.. t 8:50 am t 9 00 am 9:45 am No. 7.. I 9:2() am I 9:1(0 am 810:15 am No. 3.. 1:15pm 1:25pm 2:00 pm No. 9.. 1 3:15 pm 14:00 pm 14:45 pm No. 1.. t7:copm t 7:10pm t 7:50pm .Dally t Daily ex. Sunday. I Sunday only W. FITCH, General Manager. J. U. SHIELDS Superintendent Time Table; In effeot December 8. 1897. TRAINS LEAVE CALUMET . For Detroit, the east. Bessemer and points on the Gogebic range daily except Sunday JB.:,X)t,B For Chicago and Marquette 2:30 p. n TRAINS ABRIVS CALUMET. from Marquette and Chicago daily from Bessemer and points on tbe Oogeblo range daily except Sun day From Detroit and the east b;00 p. m Dally. Dally except Sunday, For tloketi, time tables and other Info: nut ion appy to J. Q. FORD Ticket Agt. Calumet Mich. m mu Psml Ball road, LAKE SUPERIOR DIYISIOH mm SOLID THAI IIS FAST TIM. 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