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THE CALUUET NEWS. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 6, 1909 'JHE CALUMKT NEWS. Fimfad 1230. Daily Except Sunday. ruht4 Br Tk MINING GAZETTE COMPANY AI CAltMET. MICHIGAN. given the:,. That ci.ti:i,ei!t I th KH.(rii..t i f p-rj lasting thr intKiii-l J'4tl!llv Wlt.'l iutl-!ia tfpploVal ttlld I .(Jr.- nit n J- Th ri is iio n to rui.e t'-'.i ..? :nt' rih bivn ihe. rs. 1: th :J! piy li ;n und for t! at l in th. m. Aroe ; t trv outeom .in 1 li.-.-r t::-- vu t t. Vu'.l fr y.-a h'.Tn- tt.i:n hot throw fi .i unfair oV t i in th'- w.iy t tho p.ratf. M W. VOLhCS Utter w. m. iyok. TELEPHONES. Catumtt. !', .ilneM Of9o 1 I tor la I Rooms , ?0J HANCOCK OFFICE. Elka' Ttrr.pl. rona Ill HOUGHTON OFFICE. Poat Ofic Block. 1 tcea .11) TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION: By Mail or Carrier. I ft year (nt !a aivar,e) COJ T-t 7r (!a airirce) 15 CJ .-T DftCEtb Si U !jSU J I .i ,ih : i.d t GAD SMITHS DEATH. r rl-l v!:j be Kit at t): f ejj.j S:n.:h. ..;r.m nt t . Jo:r:i.: It w.: r.t W en Mar-i-ji-ttr t-r t!.- a.ip, r jenm s ..'... l.:;l wii; f.Viri J l !!. nds .md . d ..iir .r.l : .- t..tr. f-T Mr. fmith' J- rt .'n ...;itr-;l an. I puMie activities i :.. l..ni much rior- th.tn a J 'al t'.Kjr-. A i 3 ;t .!J be t It n-t ilcne . 1 .s. h iiunJIrif clot ho. com;vuJ:r.jr with the lin.Nt r who t-J pe rf. Tried the ta.-K of .r .jri!;s a m. a!. i-u:i tri. t it Mas mail- up tf tae s...rv ini.vil ua' .-N Jivirg In hu ::! !inio "f Lh.-sxd k:th ..i;s;le m . T h-l i ho till n t intt-n.l that th.y h v.,:,5 prow up i re-rant f what v. rv ,er.n h u! 5 kri.i-.v t vjuitlifv h-t 'f f.-r falni.i !n a w.rM in hkh at t:-m ..r nn.ihtr the r-i-.n;. f -.kin-r! J k. 'y to far. uj-.'M . rv H.'u d , :: haij-n ti.a tfivr .f the k:.: in t::. t h tu th.:;i i. j. 1.; tir.t-ir... that xtnul. wr.ii v in t: at th-v l.ar canlv rw-caiiso thy war. an. that if th.y w.ir.. j t l.rn -i Ci- k f an.i t -.v thfy cvahl hnv rnm,-.! kno-.i!..-,!p-e on th.o .uhj-ct t-. all ,.f h iT-h- t inak" t l-.irn. More Economical than f the Cheap and Big Can Kind -d IVIUCH BETTER WHV"? Because Calumet Baking Powder is more certain in its results the baking is always lighter, more delicious and r.iorc evenly raised. You never k have a spoiled batch cf baking by its use. tsrt' It requires less hence goes further. CALUMET ::al charm. In th- uj-i-r a r.- if tr.t !!- w .i j.. r.--n.-' a m.m f rr- at r- n:n'.:hi Mr. Shi.:. frl kr. nvn c?t:z r.s : acj ja:::t- i! ith the j.arts . f this J.-iru t. 'i m -re i h. -to activ:t:.-s fvrr: w i.!e a " i jair.tan THIS IS MY 4TH BIRTHDAY." J-j.h W.hl n Ilaihy. l'r.:totl Stat-s enaToT from Texa. ti.m t-orn O.-t.iN r . l'SJ. in C'-iir.h cojhjv. Mississ'i i i. ll r n J rt-oHvfvl his elucat:.-.n In the ji;h J j!ic ,h.w.l. ,.f that ftat.'. !!. ti;.'.i- .1 hiw ar.J na aJuit!. 1 to thf bar in BAKBKS POWDER IS the ralja" bikinj powder the highest quality baking powder tt a tncdiurn price. AnJ guarantee that it willpve juu more real satisfaction than any baking pow dcr rcu have vcr fsd ask jour grocer. Trfc !-n; haniscmo recipe book, illustrated ta colors. Sena 'c srd found in pcurd can. Ci!w"Jsin;!.'tfTnilgri?$lAird Vor!d' PuraFocd Cxpotiticn ry mt h H th...-t n 1. 143. Two Coxjhirrta of :rrrJ-ar:tj- la c-j mtj r.-tlr ;ria;t ai ta:r:uct O'.i rvtscrjtcn w'.ih': g t chirr v .r lU.ti'ri f i.'-'h o.J a r.' t;h::, r:: cr carr:i. tr la! ;--;a at fvs r:;.izj'a r;ee. 3 h ; caj-ah: a r. l a ! : c r.h ! . .; i s H" f r-h-: of. .rs 1atr h.- rfm.vrl r -xa ar 1 1 .at..j nt 1.-iin'jivi!. H-rv.-.l as an t-Vrt -r f- r tho ftat- at re- cr. the t!.m..crt;o ticket in I. th.-j ,:..ct.-.i tn the r.:r.i. r.rr.l. 54th. :.th and '5al, r.fth r r.crest ?. an 1 on the frjaniza-"ce-.ti"n of t) e '"th mi-(rr' S! wa the .l.-ni-I crati.' nominee f.,r j-aker "t the ht ' You o rer r . - ta? -v.-c fr n.ii!. vi :'! j was rh's. n I'nit. .! St.'t frn.itor Jan th-; :3. 1 1. t- .K"c,-t,l s.nat.'i- H-rac. a-i2 PrUr. 0.2:a. iM j L.-zTi a: ti P.s: Cfi: at Calumet. ' JM:: ra ai S-'.-.-c J Ci afaJ: Ma::er. WE3E:DAY. OCTOBER i. i v war : -:.ej ,.--rv;-e -jr.. ;.V.:i'- i t : !-.?;t. an t t;.-.- lu.rty r.-.T va--- t r.- he a-t h. firt :-! :n its traiti-r. an J ::v H s .J'-vf-t; -n t.. thean.j r, fvi t . it rrsad- hiTi jrany Jr. c"n .. atMj senate. - -r.-r.y r-v.-.r.h- in the) ' ' Mr. Srr.ith was! -THIS DATE IN HISTORY." f r r.-rv.-.:ive le.-ir.ins. j t: e ir.n vaii-.r.s. At i ;-i fvn.Uiil'v with ! Chi'.t n. nr.1 tr.rk his sat March 5 of that year. In l!7 e a rc-el-ctcl r r tr... f :.l frm f.f s x y.ars. nator r.aiNy is an ..r.itr cf unusual ability taken a prominent part in the Important cMiat- s in the i ' ' ' '"." ''' ." . " V f'-- .'.ir. -r.- r. T .:. r.,r.r.:t.a: trit.- - -xi: -. -k. H-..v. v. r. t.i' v ..uld r:..ria?e th.- -M st r,t- var, '-' Jt iwi.itit. tin ir jtiii'-,;,;. j ;.j AshK M i-., j-- .t.!i on i Hi-- m.i.-i.- i a- ,, r .-!.(, t ' w a f r t.'.e w..r: l:Vi ll.-. i . , t., J; u'.un. ta -jr. h r.c-'-'ev !t ! ;n t- ! e Ml :m.r 13 Th.- iir st Herman iminiKtuntd air; v..) in riii!a.J--l:;iia. ' lV" ! 174 Pirst I'rutestant Ki.isci.al r ! nv .r.tion in X-w YmW citv 13V Shadra-h Uon.l. first trovcrnor 't Of I'Mr:.,- il:..,t.,.r..t...l ... l.- ..v .a i , tt i?-" J' "My L. n-L iambus .iner, th at a:!,,.,rn in .t..ckh-h:i. Li.l in MaUcin. ) (!.p rTr.;,w x,,v jSK- r..-..j. jerna,.- ! 14-A. II. It ,e rare ahihty rd of his 'f . h m j The Moral Value of Athletics Paper Read by Physical Director Sherwood of Calumet Y. M. C. A. at Recent Boys Conference Here ' j'..m. r .f Kan ital ..f that state. 1';7 Il-nry Tirnro.l. (dernucrat). first niv. .1 ;it th-- cap- :n..-h WHY ODDS ON PITTSBURG? rre.licti'.n- a t th" .,ute..!ii" of t;i irl'iM i'!i.iiitii'iishi. Jt is a ".";...rtin- prop. .'! st r i ii j y analysis ' .HUH. I C;v ,Mit (he f 1 1 1 1 . I . f I T I y le, ItflKlt ft the .sain, a j 1 1 - h . S pris th-Th-.- it is A GREAT NATIONAL POLICY. Ihe ;reii.fest tft;.':? f-rue r I'r rit t ii. 1 f -r hi i iontry d jrin? t' r':i w.iH the ir.atig jrata r. of a h'-y f 1 t t;;.- ( r;?'T ati.in of oar ria .'eii r s.. jr'.-. s. a j.'.'ii'-y i.u ti c m s d the i r r . i.- ti -r v ar.d lands arid d- n'. r.t i wat- r p-n .-r. .- t.Mj t:.:n-'j if., haril in h..tid. It i-:p:e . n'..rie..r.r.K pr--i..eia u j.... t. di-d. I'.'l 'hall, s I-rri ;ii lip;. W.: Lord Alfred T ilsii . t laureate, died It I'arlull died. miys.ii l!..ni Au. C ire J, I IV iiei. -.1 iti'.n" and t1! f the j.t.ihle.n t'r , nil !i e ' luck or ham-... '-'IliziIlK that 't .s i IiiMive and 'deterj.- IM H f X (he )e. TIii-.iiil-Ii ll:. '.liltliiiiir it ha.- ... . j. hal the I t.-tr nt Tii.'-T.- U1.I.' til t.p i.ni ,,, lien at i l .-e i.;i.lM. It' llment : I II.!. lit ..f t t laio- Hi.- Jj. r ,j(s ; :ri; ', in in i ) i railed i.-.i un I i'ls in c -rd ..f in, I, .'It 4 III a ll.tler. i,t Ivisleiii , , iij,..- , r I! - ' i i 1 1 ; up an ;,i ;M), iaver.i , 11 Id.-rs J. I Hie line ,,;,,) . - : "V ha I. i I., i- . i,: rn . 1'P -s. nd in.. I'nt.-- n. and Im I a r sain ih; i.f Ih- p, r.l. I III I pel 1 .1 make in.- water w.fic at prod i' ina power l.ef..,,. ;t I- liheratnl ti irriiJitU the dried up iund arid rend, r it ! rtiie The p.n. r thus j rodji . d will ta .-on; in. M a-ii.iy valuaM.i year Pv yar as th- .,r..i r'-fr-.d p. icthat. m h i him s si ttl'd -run id i ..ntiov. rsy thinA iii.T' r dit jj)n s rvi d rath r 10 ke. j Pie. The t.,Ur f ,-,. ah the w -t. his si" o i 'H off the (Pin ' i an arid d.Mtrh t s.-ur.- Kf a hutton. arid UPPER PENINSULA Th- , did Ii t t-nd In th- P'.hcy. h.H it hi (nr.- the p.., id. nt Talt tl.Pe t.n 'i.'.ir di i r-iii.-.iii i ivi r ir. hy tin simple pr hi.- J I r r i i -ne. . s.t!y h'.r.ds tu slid fniihi he -u. ee. . this IV. li-l P .Ih a r Ih. ir o h. d C'H I! ' ii- tn:i M l :lld II i I t ! ill. i II lie, H it I,... i'n- a,;. a re a I M. t : ai.- I. . I 1 P..? It k'e.A 'p P I, ',11. I ll. Id i-' ,l I r ;iiy t in. Cut th. ! im "..i,,i iVn r. rii'.T' hnp.,r nt than u innin- i.r ire in (h. . ' ' " ' ' 'he i ll I I. " t i. ,f, ,, Ihe T i - " -"Ml the Ih.il.Cllvre.l -pllhtl.-S ill fell! ill (he l,.l!i.,,:l U,.,. pi,j ,. Iihla, Ih.ill-.h ue ,,,-.,t i, ftuth ;,,,. d Hie ,11, t ; J.ir ,t ahell .! '- Mt If re,l:Ke, he rev 1,1 '. I"'. t' M.I.T tlie',1 Ih It i did m.t want Ih" p. liiiant I're, this 1 1 1, .ml A I hi. Ii, CUKE YOUR KIDNEYS. No Need to Take Any Further Ritk Why w iil penpl,. .intiiiiie tu mi!Ti r he .-IKiildeM of kldll.y Olri , hi I II I , ll. i. he. urinary d j --..i ,. rs, lum. n.-ss, h' -ad 'm hes, l.ineri.iir, why allow th.n.Mh ' l.eciilne ihri.nl- invalids, when . e . MM I III.. lifT. e, ,i 111? " 1 " IVI. HI. y l-IIH M t. r. Ille.ly . Iff. I..e:iliye It fclve P. ho kidhiys li. help th. y n. . .1 p, ,,. rf(nn .,,. ork. If yi.ii hive any, even, one, (,f the .ymptnm ..f kidney disianes, (.ur). :'iiiraf now, ,,f.,r,. .ih.hei.H, ilr..pty r Ili-iuM's disejis,. h i; t m in. hin fahj. r' NHieiiiH .i. ni, ,n, i ni..re O'lnvliicnij; ; r....r in .-in ti. r.iii.iwIiiK- Mr. S. Johnson, f,13 N. Sixth Mre.-t. 3 hp. minr. Mich., say: "I have used' J'oair Kldnry pills and have also wv. ii th. m t. my children with the most :atp-ra,tory result. This remedy has never iall. ,1 to roll. v' pain in the hack lid UtretiHthen the kldlleys. I tfjve this tatemerit In the hope that other kld- . j .-.in.i.,H ,,,ai, l(, lry i j, laiiH v! In. y nil.." Fur salrt by nil dealers. Price (0 ."Ms. K..ter-Mllhurn Co., liufTalo, .iVw York. noli, agents f..r th United itaten. RemortWr the nam Doati'a and ta!: n. c. upon criress tl or i.--uirii; 11 'i.ijiii),nui t n y i n th.- u ork s rve to popularize the l-olicy. If as. he und iiiht' .ly w ill, d plan uid hi nine th' of the country, and fiitur. :o!mi.',istrat .oris will !,. more apt to ex ti ml tl an contract it operation. In iir.oih. r K'n.iatj .n at mo-t mar ly ii!! th. and land of tl..- I'riiti d States a i.i I..- i,i oii"i,t nnd.-f t,ie plough and rn.,,!e to Id sustenance f, mil!ionn of human )c int'H who hy tln-ir lahor v. ill add to the wi.-ilth ami stl' liKth of the . oijiitry. Water po;v. r convert d into ei , trh .ty will ),.;,t and hvht the (arm hou-is. drive the phiimh and thre.'-h th.- er.i.n. ami the sutler of this new p'ion ..;!! he imp p. ml. nt of th'- fast ihrninlvhim; coal ilepiitH. nt Taffs plan to hrin ahout tite ,,f affair- hv Ihe 1s,i-. ..f h on. Is is eminently Just and fair. It Is the I,, yt K, r,i ration that w ill hetieflt most hy this poll.y, and It should pay its share of the cost. It I a p.rrna m nt Imj.rov im nt ;,nd will yh ld ir.C ri h t.tiirn onK aft'-r the hist of tin- liMiuP l.a Inn retired. It Is the 'teatct w ork for the hem fit of the human lace that 1 boinjr prosi-cntcil In the worhl today and II would riot hi wi-e to risk Its holmr cromp.d hy th exir-m ie: ,,f the mom ' n t . I )et roi t Journri.?. ' I- r WHAT EVERY GIRL SHOULD KNOW. M a .f i s a ' i, u sot t h Men school re 'ntly .- t r thirty piestlonH t.ear i'u: ii.on their hou-ckei'iiln uallflc,. 'ions ;H kIvci, to ft class of twenty mx Kills. The ' following statistical 'umirmry I I ntercsf Ing: Tw. he of the twenty-six said they '"ild make broad, eighteen could rnaV' cake and nil couhl make candy. T-n-v-i.mi hid built a kitchen fir-, twenty r'ia.l cooked becfatcn k , a nd twenty a" ' rte, that they bnd prepared a full mal. miy one know why new bread I not healthful article of fod. and twenty-fiir wi re unable to toll what a 'rap to a sink In. Thn making f "t.'irih was understood by twenty of class, )ir,d sixteen said they could iron their collars and cuffs. Tvvm'y rirl could meml. their clothes -at Miafs wb.it they claimed, and sev. nteen hnd made but f.no shirt wilt. but thrro was one Klrl In the 'lis who hud mad., fifty. When It f-1""" to trlminlnur bat t were .1.0,1. n Kiri who knew bow, and thlr- 'en who didn't know ami b..in- The number who professc.1 nrrnialnt. with the an of mnklnjr nnd nnco Etcanaba Boy it Captain John Kelly of K.scaiiaha, who re cently entered the FVrii iri-titute at l'.-H itapids, hit been honored by being ciio.-.n the captain of the institute's fo.thall el.v.n. He Will play , did aii'i is busy whipping iiiii team into hap- f.,r the important games which il will play this season. Last .Viar Kelly was riKi.t guard on Eta anaba's champion team ami was one of the hardest ami most consist, nt perform, era on the eleven. Ha Work for Many Men The Iron Ilaiige Lumber V Cedar company has commenced active oper ations at Mef.ovcrns, near I'entoga, lion county, a crew of m.n haviny been jiut to work there last week. The building are being put In readi ness f..r a plant of machinery large riough to cut 311.000 f. ft of lumbe r per day. A dam will be built ami other improve im nts and repairs made as rapidly a possible. The company will 'petal., four e.r five camps, olio in the. vieinlty of the mill, one at Long Laki ami one ,,r more in th.. vl.i.iie,. ..1 .ueisme.l. It JMI Wurk- ......... f 00 tn. n. Soo Elka to Build- Alter a siimrner In which the mern e ts we re allowed to follow the ir own bnt without the- cart- of regular meet I'"" rooms of the- Sault Ste. Marie ;is ba again been opened. wiring the winter it Is expected that the stone for the oroiiose.l ...,. t... .,..1.. will be secured and placed on the tond ami plan matured for starting construction the building as as the weather conditions will "irnit in the spring. U has been de- i'lc.l by resolution of the lodge to set "side the last Thursday of. each month, to be known as "Elks' Lay." when a celebration, phnic or outing, as tin lodge may direc t, will take place. Woman i Dead From Poiaon -Mrs. Mildred I 'en rep eif Iron wood poisom-,1 hors ir by drinking a cpiantity of carholic aobl at her home, at No. 214 -Vol lb- strict last week. Whther her action was the result of n mistake or was don.. wth suicidal Intent Is a 'pustlon, but from the evidence Intro duce,) at the eirone r's liuiuest It would sa-e-m that tin? former was the case Thomas I'carcc, husband of the eh-ccaa. " d, is a mlm r. employe,) nt the Ash land mine. N.aimj like individual, htrtil through hardship to supremacy, grow weak through idleness, pvt-muiie by mote irih- i.ati-'ii and l..se tin ir power or even die. With the ancient ! reeks and II 1 hn. s bodily c. xciilst- was always syn- e nymous with lite itse lf. The accpil sitioii of ruKed rtrength must be up ph nuiit -d by skill, anility nnd endur ante In e.:d r for men to win, ami so the outcome was mental as well a must ular cP -v lopnunt. Many of th great philosophers were noted athletes, l'hita as a youth is sale to have been victorious in the l'ythlan and Isthmian gam. s, c 10t.ro ami Socrates excelled in gymnastic games. The Spartan: with his perfect body, fearlessness and calm In times of dan fc. r, powers of endurance, ami loyaby to his state is a type of military cour age- never surpassed. These nations succeeded by strength ol body plus oualities of mind an 1 morals dependent upon a life of sim plicity and muscular activity. : All nations since have marched 00 to victory by the same road, for the pioneers of new empires and nation have ever been of the athletic tvpo nu n of strength, courage and ambition As the (.rock runners on the sands were noticed by Socrates to have strong legs,' but small and narrow shoulders and tipper bodies, so today e notice that the occupations of mod ern life tend to over-develop some parts and kitve other parts weak nnd prone to disease, we-find this trim In the industries of today where many of our boys are employed. Tile young appi entices have only one routine.! du ty to perforin where in older times they wen- jacks of ull trudes. Tne effort of progressive physical training, bathing, shop work and p-op-er sanitary conditions arc doing mucn toward equipping degenerate youth for useful citizenship and notably Is this work being successfully acci:nplish;d in such Institutions as the Elmlra Reformatory where thieves, sexual de generates and imheclls are noticeably improved. With known facts that h weak and vicious mind Is usually found In a weak awkward body wp may well que stion If the means hsed for uro may not be valuable a a preventative! It Is said that a man controls hi feelings by controlling his facial, mus. clea (smiling when angry or sad.) If this be ' true' and It H iunds plausible,' then u line well "set up" ligure should i'ssist. in thu control of ones moral habits. Conscious effort to make the most of one's body, to overcome faults, to strive for perfection, make for moral living. Under proper supervision athletic sports are of great moral value. They teach a boy to be democratic and because they teach a boy to con trol himself and how to conduct him self towards his fellows. The environ mental Influence of wisely conducted cleun athletics will beget habits of honor, of sincerity, of honest effort. The most valuable thing a boy or man can have is character and in the practice of dean sports a man devel ops all the "manly" attributes, glor ious strength and skill and endurance. The courage that is Indifferent to personal discomfort and pain; the de termination that never "cjuits" In ath letic contests or in the battle of life. The self control that keeps him calm when others are excited and alarmed, and self reliance that gives him confi dence in times of danger. If athletics did nothing more than give the boys worthy, clean, -cut ideals, it would do a noble work, and the value to the individual man and boy would be immeasurably great. Swimming and bathing are import ant in keeping youths chaste. The cleansing properties of the wa ter, the vigorous work Involved and the excitement ef contest and fun safe guard the adolescent and burn up sur plus energy, stimulate growth, cleans es the system and gratify the desire for action and combat with the ele ments and with his fellows. I'.oys camps, hikes, etc., can be made of great moral value to the growing boy provided that proper supervision and leaders can be obtained. Oym nastlcs and games help to develop the boy, correcting faulty positions, teach ing the boys courage, strength, ability, und skill. Group and team games: teach self forgetfulness, self sacrifice, loyalty to associates even at personal cost, when rightly conducted they teach honesty, obedience to established The Lure of the Mask By HAROLD MAC CRATII Copyright. 1908. by the Bcbba Merrill Co. "I object to the word fellow," nald Ilillard. -Iteskles. I don't kDow you." 'Ah. discreet!" sneered tbo nmnwith tho scar. 'Colonel.'" cried the subaltern as hi senior smoothed the doves nnd placed them carefully In his left band. 'Oh. I n id cnlm! P.ut I have been dreaming of this moment. .Vow!" Tbo colonel remhlres.vd Ilillard. "You meddled with nu affair that night In which you had no concern." 'Are you quite sure?" Irs, I nm sure. And yet ns I think It over, ns I recollect the woman." went on the colonel, with n smile which was evil and Insinuating. "In Monto Carlo I was practically nlone, Here It 1 Florence. Doubtless you will understand." lie 6truck out with the gloves. Hut they never toucheil nillard's face. Ills haud caught the assailant's wrist nnd with a quick Jerk brought him halfway across the table. Tho Italian cried faintly. Ilillard spoke teusely: "Listen carefully, slgnor. I under stand perfectly, but I shall fight no duel. It Is an obsolete fashion. A blackguard 1 know you to be. If you over address me again I promise to give you n whipping which will have a lasting effect upon your future ac tions. If that will uot servo I shall appeal to the police." Through the crowd the ever present carablnlerl shouldered their way. The colonel motioned them to stand back, which they did with a sign of respect. This sign gave Ilillard some food for thought. UU antagonist was evident ly a personage of some Importance. "Figure of an American pig!" Ilillard laughed. The scar was livid on tho Italian's cheek. Ills companion laid n restrain ing hand on his arm. He nodded, and minutes. M err I hew laid hU watch on tho liench beside htm. , Kitty laughed rolllcklngly. for be neath her furbelows and rlblmns nnd trinkets she was luordlnatoly happy nnd light of heart. Her letter had come. She was only wnltlng for the day of sailing. x Merrlhew reached out nnd caught her hand. "Oh. I said let ns be sensible for ten minutes!" she demurred. "Kitty, will you marry me?" "Could you take care of me?" i "I'll work." , ; "Oh, If you were only rich!" "You don't mean that. Kitty." ' "No." relenting. "1 don't Dut you bother nnj." "All right. This will bo the last tlmea Will jou marry rao? I will do nil it man can to make you happy, i i0va you with nil my heart I know. You're nfrald. You've nn Iden that I nm fickle. Hut not this time, Kitty; not this time. Will you?" Then without further hesitance. In different to the future or the past, con scious only of the vast happiness of the present, Kitty laid her hand in his. lie would have drawn her into bis arms hnd not they both seen O'Mally pushing through the box hedge, fol lowed by some belated tourists. Merrl hew swore softly, and Kitty laughed. Oa the terrace the tea table dazzled the eye with Its spotless linen, its blue canton nnd Its bundlo of pink roses. Ilillard exteudexl his cup for a second filling. I.a Signorina vnguely won dered where Kitty was. She needed Kitty nt this moment. How Inexplicable were the currents nnd cross currents of life! She had met n thousand men handsomer, more brilliant. They had not awakened more than normal Interest. And yet this man, quiet, humorous, ordinarily good looking, nroused in her heart dis cord nnd penetrated the barriers to tho guarded sentiment Why? Always this query. She gathered up a handful of tho roses and pressed them against her face, breathing deeply. If I were n poet, which I nm not" lie paused irresolutely. You would extemporize on tho beauty of the ierspectlve," 8ho supple mented. "How the" "I was thinking of your hair," he interrupted. "I have never seen any thing quite like it." Sho had recourse to the roses ngnln. "You have not told me the real rea son why you sang under my window that night." "Hare I not? Well, then, there can be no harm In telling you that. I had Just signed the contract to sing with the American Comic Opera company in Europe. I saw the world at mv feet for it would be false modesty to deny that I have a volte. More dis illusions. The world is wot at my feet." lightly. "Will you answer a single question ? "I can make no promise." "Is there another man?" Silence, which grew and lengthened. "What do you mean?" she asked evenly. "In Venice you toid mo that ther was a barrier. I ask now If this bar rier bo n man. "Yes." 1 A wrinkle of pain passed over his heart. "If you love him" "Love him! No. no! I bn,i hr I re measure and preve nt in many live rules, courage, p.rsistanoe and alert mental and moral degeneracy Systematic exercise, bathing and care I ul diet have been recommend.;.! for incurable tpih ptics. Where exer else cannot be claimed a a cine all wo il l believe that us the body 1 ;h basis of human life so Is it the base of all faculties and functions of the brain ami soul. We should reali.,. the Importance of exercise In developing the entire :r.an, ami in beginning with the boy n-ther than attempting to reclaim t'm man Efforts should be made to dev. loo men who resembled the old Vikings int only In physical prowess but also In pris tine honor nnd morality. Tlo boys must looked to for social, commercial and civic reform. , The moral value of a correct erect carriage s worthy of consideration. 1. It places each organ In the best position for work. "This means a good ready." 2. In overcoming bad habits It de velops self-n-Ppect and self-confidence. 3. It gives others confidence In us. 4. It begets courage and energy. r.. In forming the habit of standing correctly without effort it .conserves energy. ness. good Judgment and self control All the virtues attributed to athlet ics ure nere iniensineei, reir group games are superior In moral value to the practice of athletic events for In dividual. After all, the moral benefit Is largely a matter of "What manner of man" Is the trainer, teacher, coach, while the boy may gain health, strength, power, efficiency, even life Itself nnd with these many of the savage virtues such ns loyalty, courage, physical Judg ment and' skill. If the instructor Is, us some unfor tunately are, merely Interested in vic tory then the despicable views eif dis honesty, deceit, brutality nnd selfish ness are sure to detract from the mor al value of such games. Men and supervisors of high Ideals and noble purposes should be placed In charge of the physical training of our boys and men especially our boys not merely expert gymnasts, athletes or teachers, who value honor above victory who realize the great value of all legitimate forms of physical ex erclse for equipping the boy for the part he will have to play in tho great game of life. UUUird spoke teusely. the two made off. Merrlhew was for -vou woud not speak like this, going back to the hotel. II iUn.,1 Ilcd UP your honor." agreed. Is it dishonorable for me to lora I wanted you to give him a rood 3'0U ' stiff punch," said Merrlhew. "Xo- ut It Is for me to permit vou e kuouiu nave slept iu the lockup lu BUJ Bu; I overnight if I had. If our friend Im IIe w3 pale, but not nnler tbnn left handed he'll bo Inconvenienced for c'ffer 3"" nothing. Mr. Ilillard. a uny or two. 1 put some force into nming-no promise, no hope, nothing. Knp. iuu see. ian, tne Italian " it,v longer nnd we shall sej on.. 1U3 uueig. n would nave nnni,y- been a line Joke if 1 had been fool Merrlhew nnd Kittv enm vuougn to accept his challenge. He 11 all over." said Merrlhew ex WOUld have nut i1nvlllit ei,,...i. I nltnnttr T.if i . . . .. - .uivufeu uiw - rf ""ij una promised to mar ui tne nrst stroke." ry me ns soon ns wp Jnn,t 1., a 'iu juu nonce now respectful tho lM oignorlna took hold of Klttv'a carablnlerl were?" "It set me thinking. Oh. I've n tire monition that we haven't seen the last 01 mis distinguished gentleman!" bands. Is It true, Kitty T' Yes. ma'nni." Kitty answered, with n stage courtesy. i have promised to th. married two years ago last June and have one child about eleven months of age. At the coroner's liuiuest Mr. I'earce testified concerning the death of his wife substantially as follow- He has lived In the cityi h Kcnerallv s t on n much t,u ir.. for the past five years, with the exc. p- ari1 cMM sleeping in n bed in nn ad tion of one month which he spent on joining room. That evening they had .w. saoa range, me coupio were- retired, but bad t.., v Bn,. i mu,..n when bis wife arose, saying that she was going to the kitchen to get a drink of water. Shortly afterward she came Into the room where her husband was lying on the couch nnd exclaimed; "on Tom goodbye. I drnnk that carbolic acid by mistake!" In explanation of the presence of the carbolic acid, Mr. I'earce said that his wife bad been using n hair dye for some time past, and that In the-preparation she used the neld for the purpose of rendering the dye more permanent. This dye containing the neld stood In a cup on the kitchen sink, and It was this that she drank. Mrs. I'e-nrce was 3.1 years of nge. She made a trip to her old home In England last January. The Never Falls to Etestore Cray Hair to Its Natural Color and Beauty. Ho matter how lonir it has been rrar or faded. Stops its falling out, and positively remover Dandrull. KaJune All aubst itutea. Isj not a dye. II Ste. bottle, ait drtipalt,er by mall. Hnt Jc ..r trrm tvink "Thn Care (if tli liir." l'bilo Uaj Spec Co., Ntwark, M. J. verlct of the coroner's jury was . that "Mildred Florence Tearce came to her death by drinking carbolic acid, there by, poisoning herself." MATTER OF, BUSINESS. 1 saw mat reiiow over there the other day In a room full of ladies, and he Just puffed away without a word. "Wasn't he rude?" "Can't say that; you see, he's 1 hairdresser." Italtimore American. i!.-w Jnji ,-.'. " I ' ' 1 1lvll,f j1. ir.'l ,,,n P'M'ments, Ther wJHj .jCtmn., ha will as In TMheT and ' New FITTING THE CRIME. "Where have you been," Willie? sternly demanded the father "I've been on a fishing trip," replied line, oeiiantly. "Oh, you have, have you? Well, Jtift come to the woodshed with me and I II take you on a whnllng trip." Italtimore American. Subscrlba for The News. v V, Aflor Inr.,. I, ...... .1... . mn. r " "..w.vi, me next uay t iev mm. 1 or mere seemed im cth v.v dueling mo via Tornabuonl I "J or getting rid of him." 1 when a young woman came out .,t This caused real lnnci. r- c. little mllllnet-tr !,. I ... Him rUnUA .... M,.",u , , ""euiaieiy nu-1 v nu lea lamp, and pre lard stepped to one side of her and cn,,y ,llv were all talklm? tnrefhr Merrlhew to the other. " JI?? ,nUBbo(1 qu,c,J' 08 h vuiiiiol run nwav tin tim "j Kraveiv eoiuinetir 1.1. -1 Trtr T.-1111 .. - ..-.- " u' vuurgo - """liivw. erica flierr Hew tor. Baira. lie returned tvitK e.itK ousy noth were solemn visa I "Wo11' noble concierge?" inoulred Tji In the Villa Ariadne tb V,.n.ir... ignorlnn. "Why. vou look nt it .A iuuiuain py imnatello was encircled bv . earcr or 111 tidings." a deep basin In which m.inw "I am," said O'Mallv. tlonsof goldfish swam nbout. tWminJ . "Whnt 'ms happened?" asked MerH a kind of triangle nbout the hash, now: luiee ancient marble benches such n:( . 'T. s,,,u O'Mally laconically. iuw uiuiaoie oki Koman senators wer.. --. nu next words to Ln 81. U'Cint tn lm.i.n. . ...... ... I : :ur "uv Ul'"u uuni tllc heat gnorlna. "You nro i . iue aiiernoon. A m.il.tnn ,n t . Vl ," ineuu . - "-i 4Ut- iriiiceS3f benches, her nrm. "rAMi.a. tbronn out D mu ., , Z " ""'rod ni sleoorh.. uer eyes tuotlglltfUl. hn!,,tl- '" . ulu'Uy f Merrlhew stole nn ano. more aston- iiu an tne cam nt n . 16 tltlt hi hnnrl- lf V luv IUUHUIT """errui, Vuen UCSISted. I nm.1 . . . uoS"' "It I. no puzzle ut all." she declared. llncnt.l w T T' 1 1 can smell horse, horse and again fire hotel concler "e, 5!, " . horse. Mr. Merrlhew"- Ith ! . onci( rKCS- Only one of "Yes. I should hfMi...... :r,.nPnra.of th namo. ThU sachet powder. I remen CI m'r1 WI..IB to "other, bat thing. Kitty, and thnf- tm, ,r 7. "1 y Ita,,an could not down bes.de her. "TherV; . I -en- hat I reek of the animal. !,, If U n. 7,!: question is, How much longer bit him. The ninln ti 1 1 T,7 are you going to keep me dangllmr on princess h SlSL1"!" Hl '0,,r me siring? I've been emtn .. .. .. a" "iner a for ten days now." inniiDj trick. In the letter yoa feid She hnd dressed exnresslr for it.iJ 1 ctlc hc Ba"d that she had moment but Merrlhew was not going "Onl. Z . LIW" ' to be told so. gomg n,J ,n r youth." rrr,nd t c. "But nra I to l hiom porlna. her brows drawlmr tAtw having refused twice tc mfl m " own' "To the point at oncer- you still persist?" Kit. ''.J.. l 18 nmW7 this. Our Httl tier 1. Judicial air. ' """""" "P. ' responded O'Mally. "Rend the "But you haven't rfnwi ... .....I" . . r 7urself." H.m.,AM time.- u,c tu,si a l,rn'l white eBrelone .n.t . r Because 1 wish to mnk if U .Na5lon of e day before as possible for you.- Which of th Lk tne c,PPlnff eagerly, but meaning, ,h. yoffcrJi m ofJh.c ! from Zr ''f pon Merrlhew. ' wKV. '-"ting t pale and stony. The Come, let us be sensible for ten ' S ercd to tbe round- H I To be Continual. . '