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TUESDAY. JULY 23. 1912.
THE OALUMET NEWS PAOF. SEVEN Who Says That Father Isn't Knjoyin Himself foF ALL THE DP.b PLACE. S TWLS li LIMIT . (FIT WASN ivA NA LikihKj T Li. I vA0UUrV 7 AMOTHLR (flbih 3 LAURIUM LAURIUM TEAM NOT TO ENTER Firemen to Attend Tourney But .;. T.L. yn D,rt in Cnnrln I one iiu ran in opui to it has been 1c( lt l that the Lur lum in d partmenl win int be rep .. . i ,i i uniting m iii tn in - i namenl nt Gladstone. Do- ..ii mil from the 1 .:i ii r i ii in opmp nc lun R IbC reason (or tlUfl de.isluii. Ah-. w i ks ggp I si roup ft mi wis ,1 in mprt x iii I .u.i i ii ii in tin tournament, a large number ol vet r . in "thir rnniilrR trams hav Ini promised their, gpatstaricg mi l turned mil for a I'm pr.Tt hes. Kimd; r list tl in defray the - i . i in .1 i'if les-m. lim ing tho Mai fee. weeks however, veml of Mm mi mbera of Ik li iriimi ' have deserted I he snip B ;itt Joined Hi. Mohawk team, K II is prio- llcnllj ImpOMOlMl1 In HM an itl'till", h leant n Jcaired " the tooraamaenl Itathci than vend a ssnsgil rite ti.un i he llremen ilt-eMed no4 to enfee the : p. ii The faHhfMl RH minis win lie rewarded however by ha n in jlv (hate ea i.i n" In Hi' It .iniaiin nl at h est iwr tiall) defrayed. Whletes from the PertUPSB Lake town volunteered, their era Icq to help l.. minim mit In '.lie t inci-Rem . hill as llf Hit tUji i it lrln t COUld nnt enter tliein is honaftde llWWbeWi they would be IneMfftM t" asmxmto, A cording In tin- riles t.t t Pt gPPQ riatinn, a 'In department must CORK i"i' in nil branches tin tenrne ment sports it' at all and ihis would reqnln a team ol at tonal fourteen ii" ii vithnuiH there are about eight Mem here of the l.iiniiini rnnnim: team who hi ellgibh tn compete aad arbo ailjthl soo,'c pnints. (hay will In nr. iiiii- i" , i n ipate 'ii mi) it tin' i tan if not ni nil i.f Hi. 'in. JLATINC PFTITIONS. Hnughion County Democrats Halpmu tHo Statr Committee. ii' . I'M. n county DeapocraUi yeal i . 1 1 Hit primary pi tltlorie of Wondbrlrtsc N. Ferris 'of Bin Rpldn i em , .l inn s V. llelme nl A-' t'an im lit nt. governor; Bdarard 11 "i Mini mi at , William '!'. '( Knlghl nl Qraad RapVH tor enn " " it UU1B0 ami Alfunl l.n kluv '' i irnit for i '. s. St n. hi r aod tin '' in i m iii i ted 1 1 i the e nuitj . 1 ' "I.' flit nt' Wnt.illirluKe . I'd " ni i RapMi iii . nter the race for 11 '' 1 i unship, ;im aapatUute tot f'hviti ii. Wood, ft inner t-tnU- chair man, Mtte Willi inn. i Mi. W I n was selfi ted nt the it' i nl invention to make the run, luu ati r w Ithdrah . is ni el Ted with i 1 1 ttra 'ii the nop per country. ni- has hosts nl" friends here having conducted several educational i" LlttM lt. 'I'h.le arc nln " r,innhi i nt Rrnduataa pf the PVan ta 11 ""'te. nf which Mr. Kerrla is prln- 'Ipal, refidiiia 'n the copper cottftU. PEOPLES THEATRE Archie Collins Enghmd't Clever Kid Comldiar Complete Change of Pictures 1WE. T 0 'Al I WHVfl J 3 it is pi nil i blc Houghton court) Dem (. Til t K Will 111. Ike 'III effort In In III; him lo tMs section tui-i n ; I he cam pitlgfl prt ' flK the November tit -Hull. I'alilil.et Democratic IimiI'I; hold .1 meeting Uurl evented Bud pnchled i go abend with their plane for tin or gapluetfnn t ;i lis n-Mural tall Hulk it is probable a i m i i f mectlnc will be bold in Utw duyg hp goitipkte tin nrgnrdaatloa, LAURIUM 8REVIYIE8 MMI ;t rden it Cempbetl ol Lourluni in' arrived home from visit tn Batik t'l'eek. A.ttoi mH a. w. Kerr baa Kan foi Iron i;iver where he win upend fea dayi nil hlisuit ss. Mi. mill Mrs. Jerry Puchape ol lab lierotna are auaete ol fi'lrnaa la Laur lam fay fow da a, Bora in Mr, tad Ufa Peter itoKin nun i t Mayflower, at tin Calaaaal Pub lC boepitat, tl.nie.hler. Mr. ami Mrs. Kdward AiH'err n el MitntiK trael ere fhe paraaMe of tlanuhter, Imi n la.si wt k. F'uHtal Inspe. tnr M . K. Sehlati n Ii baa ii'" fof Mi home la Marquette al ter rial tana i rb ndi In I 'alumet, Mrs. M. B, 0Brein .mil sun John nf jiatroli aie ;:ilt;ils at I he hoMM of Jodl f am' Mis. I. II. ' Hrli n Ol I UT itim. 1,.'n Ma. I'llller has left tnr I s lit iiaiix Is'ainls, in al SI. Ipmi"'. win It she exptets spetnl PboUl three . eahi . fin-is fJrlbbta f the Mate iavlmp baew is nedarlai his vatfaMon Mr ami Mrs. QrlbMe are eanipini? al Ineain lami nn Tor. h LakW tfaaj Orace ami Madi Harce "i Jajoheoa, Mb h .. who have been HaHlna at the ii ill recMerjee on Florida itroel have left lor their home, ntirllij: the hcaV) rains (lltl innlii inj; the sewers .-ilmn: Klrst iln-el ir nit Ilea rue ri.e to Plorfdi became blocked ami the stretM were Boodtd with w i ter. wiiii.im Be rale ami braamhi before' ,lti;-ie I'avnl AlUlll "Si erila . ha I ft I with batejj irnnk end dleerderli i1 aam (mend tulMi end in defnuM of payment nf line od fi" md caata was seiiteliee.1 tu the llnllRhtnll Jul for thirty dav. Tin- ivupit s thaater, Mad nichi t t - tert tilled a lai'K- a inln nee at a apO' , tai performance I the bike Llwdeii npera hmise. A not In i spe lal slmv will he staRed nt Meliaw l: Jl:i- evt n Ina. mi loahurrau atrentei I eeeoud entertainment arte be itven al Lak i dreten. LONG HISTORY Or TAPE 3Tn Y. Itreelrtea Borrowed Art from Cqypt Uses of the Cloth. fhe art nl' wurkinir t B 1 'ry with the needle was known at in t-ailv date. In Raodue the curtate t the rabernacle whieh divided the Unly phtCd Hoin tin tfead Hoi. am dencribod as "nf line twined team, with bhie, purpla ami scarlet; with cheruMm bl uunalni wnrk," nil wrouajM witii the needle. The Israelites AeUbttem he wowed he art from the Ke. v nt la lis. Tin liab) - knttena Ihaalrated the myuterhai it their rellglnn and recpnJed Impurtaol hlatotical attentr in ptrtotftal embroid erv. TM inch it nt 'tiuii araa the wurk i irtanl hv the ipteks thai they at li United the Invention t" Mlm-rvn. Hn. l, iliie was set npeti It that poets aim; lis praise; eminent nn ti Vted with on. r nether in encouratrtog the art antl in puaeuaalni Ihe rlcheal eppelaaami, fepeatn aaa wrought with the nee. die in Frame until the Ninth Wntury, when the demntitl tor it had bauumC Ml Brent that meehnnli nl wtalna WjM :ntrtehtoad aid a manui!iettn - tab liahed In tin- Ahhe oi St- FI (Tien Mnnks then WirVB taprsirv in their cloisters while WOmen, in their hntnts. part rayed with the rmedh r ntnu the ,toTles that pts'ts hnl BUOl ir th deetls of thrlr an-'erlors. ns well Ba tin.se f their buabanda and brotheri The walls of Ihe nalai i-s were hial:. and of roiiah stnne. ami the timestried liannltms hid is well as nrn.iniented them. Huts, nn 11 win n l'"d .Hid Imrees i npnrlsoned In bftpeatT) Bl tmir fsments. and "f nn- ...ens'. m of grajM triumphal entries ami at ha pnMH fiatobratlona, In vr earl) times tiiinstrv wn nsetl in Mtel I 'I ii' r ' I 'tM ami OthCI i hup h icarttuma, bal the smfrtoi demand lor It us a hH"K'"i ttn,) fumltum poreiing raaulted in the ea tahtlahraettl of bxnmi at Antwerp. I nipra and other erttefi that made Id v ni' beMM I he urn st lain. his. a pi reproeitteBj 'in battlea f Alexander tin Cm at was ainnti . tin- pitt miii from iT.intiits iu iih Baltda in i.tv.i for tim ranaote of raptlvea bait ea in haitle. ii portrwyeJ alau ecenea in Mat or) and ruenaifee; the feata ( IplftlloiMl hefoe . and !.'t .a . line I ik -I. res ul man ';"! anini il. Home I'ii ' Bfl nf i'iin woph were almoal national an nals ami Wel'e stvltsl htatorhMl I i pi s tiles. iii the Bin teen th centurj Krancta L natabliaheQ factnrlee for making ta pertr i IKntMUnehtaui. Prorlooalj had beon in ptocei .iii.ii wave Joined mails If neepaaary, hot now it beajaw to I"' w ovdd in one larva ah. i'i ineis braufrbt worknn n from I Ian tiers. pabJ them well tut- their s'iii ..mi supplied iii. in with tin- rieln si ma It rials. IncttvMBK Bold nnd silver ihreada. Hit eon, Henry n., eatahllah' id manufiK'toriea in Parie, tun after I, is death Hn an ih In d. and little was tone until i'ii hi waa 0acorat I lor l.eiiis XIV. N'nw came the Btyle i.nown oa OobeHn tapaato, rrem the i . a i n . 1 ni' ihe yan op prhoee praml i ii waa math . The art w is patrefilBed by Henr? vui. in Riurland, and Win h 1 1 palai . Hampton wnin aod other hemea oi royuttj wore decorated with' cop lej .,f ihi- heal Qotand patetere In lapeetr,y. These hallint;s Were i:ul llxturea, hill weir ralaed mi fi tmea, belna often taken down ami forwarded to deonraie ihe mwrtmanta ft klrepi ami queena r In n ni rn.al pri'trt'ess' . . The old mpeatiiea me of greal value, mt only for their antiquity, but ahm is hi.storlf.i.1 reenrds nl' nitat tAi-nts. 'i im banqupti the chaae ami ihe touraa menl are pa trndhfullji1 portrayed as are th'' sli'Ke ami the hntlle. the ta- leatrhm thus formlnpj ptrtorktl story boohfl of mammoth dimensions. BREAD OF VIKINGS FOUNC Maile From Pine Bark am Pea Meat, It Waa Discovered Ir. Goth land. An InterestlnK find was made at TJiinKR, Gothland, hv In-. 8chnltlKr, professor at Ptoekholm university This la nonio bpapd that dates from the time nf VlkltlRS. Microscopical examination haa ahown this bread to ho mado from pine hark nml put nitat. thus proving the fact that pens were jrrown in Sweden as far hack as a thonsncd yenrs aao. Archeolngleal excnvtlon has so fat brought tn light only B few ppeclnien; of hread dating from undent or pro historic time. Tim few loaves oxen vated In Fnypt and in Swiss lake dwellings are of the highest archo olnuli al Interest In the northern conntffai only one or two finds nf thlf kind have sc far been mado. fnreinnst atnntm which should ho mentioned a eorn Banal loaf datlns; from the fourth century V !., which wns dlaoovared by Dr, Sohattl ger in 1 Sf8 in connection with the "X cavatlon of Dobprg eastle. -Scientific American. System in the Safe If yoi have used an old-time safe for several yvars, take a look in. Some compartment are over-fluffed. others unused because they don't fit booka or Map you would likely put in them. ISlobc Cabinet Safe him no rbllrsrv wsmiremwit. AdjtiaUtiln tlK-lvas. pnrllins Hint unit nrmll yuu In 1- Ihe srthi'i ft i'f v '"it" "W" sifi lntrlor. Btilll of utenl s rt rfwt (ilmir nyatvni Within the roach of every huoliwrt mr VS . r it I l.n.' RpapM for tfci city. MINING GAZETTE COMPANY I ir j SPORTING ALL READY FOR BENEFIT GAME Aristocrats vs. All Stars of Cop per Country League Final prepuratteM hav I n made I'. .1- Ihe hlj; henetl ha.'- I' II K.i me at Hn Athletic park mmorrow evaarlni ,i t; i ", bet wean the Calumel Anst,. . i. ii.- ami the All-Stars ul' the '"!- per Country hmatek Krora the ad rancn Mle of ih-kets, ii i certate there win i.e a large attendance, the (ana la kins this means of ex pi s. ihr their wHHnameaa in aupport the Cntemet it am. Th" Calumel Baaunpemenl has been under heavier expense tin- year than .my .ilher team in tin husue. ami whereaa moal nf the iron country i. nn-. raised i lev - i' i bile sun acrlptlon at the beptanina of the aea Mm tn make upfjpt deflcii bntwaen the patent recelpta ami the runnlai expenaee, this eipenan has beam heme by hut a tew lin n In 'alumet. There iv at preaenl a Mtehi deateM hi the Calumel trenaitry, probably mu nearly sii laraja as In the trcnaurleu of utiiei league oluha, hut tin rt termlnad tu e Ipe li That Interest in t1 spread is BboWH by 1 1 depertmeni of the C purchaaad a Mock manesement is mit if poeelble. Kiiin is w ide faCl thai mow .v ii. mine has tickets ami a larpe number of othera have been dis posed of to bupteeea peapte, Aa the stmis will elnse al n'eloelt as will as the simps, it will be pi.sstble for all who deslrt' in attend tin- waim Tin- coa teal should enahla tl" farm tn JlI'lT' K there !ie: been all t 111 -pit. '.file lit ill Ihe !" il team. M"l" than half nf the Copper 'ountr h n - gne Ail-stars played with the Arte tecrata duritic the early part nf the eeaeon and thep win try to pbow form a hi' h BTOUld entitle tin in tt new 0OO- tracta. TO LIST IVI RY "LAYER. Tenr: Snarks Wdl FJa Catalo.pi6t' Hereafter. New York. JUlj '?. The ranking committee of the United Jhates Na thmal Lawn Tennli aaaoclntlon to-ii ihe firel steps tu", u, i the nttina K every player in the country a a meet Ing held nn Sonde al the office 'f (leorpe t. a dee. tin recretecy. Hllea S. t'harlnrk nf tlm 'leseent A. C is chairman f Hie committet . Rotwrl i. Uriim. proahhtel of the asset ialimi. insists that Ihe reenrd "I ever tonrnamenl pMyer he procured fnr ihe aarratntefl btidy. He hehovm t astern pfayerd haf hltherPO) perhape oaJuaUv. inutii.f..ii.t i the rnnhtev list each weapon. i:mier his direction th" ranging committee 'a lo nhttonattw Hie game. hrln -.inR t" the front ever) player of promt nance in every state, OCEAN TO OCEAN RACE Motorcyclists tc Carry Message From Coast to Coast. (Vdumh.i. .lul -3 A reardutlon provtdlBM fnr an o . m tn oeapn relay rate was pissed b) Ihe Confederal Ion t a mat it a e Mnton " i lists at its recent meeting here. Tin tentative plans provide fu the carrying of a messRe from Nw York t,. i oa tflgeteg bj more than riders. Profeaatetial rldcii dlaablcd while lacinp in romgetrllofl will be peOFlon , tl b the t. tleratli'i' The cOPjietltlon acted invotaWs upon auch a PbPMutloti on Sunday, bnt Ihe a tlob will have tu he iasse : upon hj the bourd ' dlrectote rd the edernttei tedara H Let emCU rftf. live. BF1EAKS WORLDS RECORD. Seattle, .luh 2S. ' '"H Walsh. In- inert) nf w York, una i nnmh-r nf ihe Seiltlt- Mhbllt tlnb. broke the worlds in. i i recently in the Bfrj it pound wtiehi event bj th roaring tie weight llltei n feel ad OP half Im h mil a bar. ot one inch niaher Ih m iiia own retold. PRIZE FIGHT FILM'. PUT UNDER GOV ERNMENT DAN. Washington. July S3. I'rle flu h t moving picture! era ta M I tme n thimf of I'n pa: in the ' United Siates atece the boa t passt tl .' Senate bill pi i . n I ' 1 1 1 UIIP the transportation al Moh m t at e nima I" i w pt n the ai loaa statt s end ti rrit ii i. s. Bp fmm 1 feralgn 1 1 untrlea. HeaM I Unea 1 for viuiati-ui nt ihd profKM ed 1 hiw are gxed b) the hill- I hje ' preaklent, mid lo in eomplete aympathy with the leglatetion, is expected tn art his eigne tura ta the maa wre. SHORTEN THE DISTANCE. Illinois Aero Club Will Holt' 1.000 Mile Race in September. Chicago, July :"'. knnonn enaanl i made hi fl'tials of the Aon. chil. nf Illinois that it has been steal!) daterm ,m,' in take Si mllea from nn Amert . an a rand lrcull race tn atari from inn .' in Septi mber. The ortRlnaJ pi.-n: called for a race of l.slf. miies. hut lack of suit able COfl irols in the wi l l niaile the I ban; ad - i" .i ie 'hlcago a in i n" - -ti !." western point, aeoordteg te (hp pbm plan-. I Tl 'r Hn re tin- art) at ropi nn Whleh are expected t" start wall R) tc ;i;iMnii. Ohio, wlnie a si rp nf mu' tla;. w ill he mad- OU I f trlaUtO tn II IC WllbttT rkpht, mi ntnps bnva nnt nana Bmitty dn t. i mined, '-nt it i said ti.ev will in clude I JMvnteud, I "t ro t and Indl hi -RpOite The le al porltag of tOS 11041. PM prtea otaapyy has bean okadBad, end no difficulty is enpected tngardtttaj Hn siihs't ipt ions nf tit its wln-r th" r.u en will -top on the l.nne inlle trip. SULl IVAN TO LECTURE. Well Known PasehaU Sccut to Tell Busrhall Stories. "Ted1 gttttlvun, the old diamond stat a ni co worker of Char lee Cogaiaki during the pioneer dava "f bnaebaii, win. hai fraquently visin-,! the ooppei country, is ptenntng a lecturg tour. Mr, Sullivan was al one time m mi Mm , ; the St LouM Krowns al d a argnnlaed the "rst minor leggaie bao bull learn in the United State. Hi la now interested in the Whin Soa with e'omhkey, ha vine, jdaved with him lit .11 I' I Wi'llt V e I I .i '4l Mi. Sul'han recently cave on lims-ii.it-, I lecture mi base hall before the fflcult and students of th" I'lllvei " of St bOUlS. The lecture i'nd pptnre were accorded such a reception that Mr. sulllvRn was prevailed upon to ma ha a tour of the ceugiry. He will start the rtrst of Novcmer. probably ..iieinm: his tmil ill Mnlutb. ::tvin. lo. I.. Ik ..II has, I. all frOffi its , ma ti in the preaenl day. slaa aaotten pat tureg nf tl . ii unpionehip aerii . heuiriniuR Ineiudlng i omlng v STOVALl SURTENni D v : INDEFINITELY FOR v UECENT ARCUMENT. v : Wgehtngton, July si Oenrge Ptpvafl, manaster if the St. Pools American hmgoe has - v t ban tePm ns matteed hare In da." that he had ie- u s -isoend- v ed Indednttely, Han Jahnaon, preaidani of the league, sent v : Moved aoMce nf his suapenMPn ar a result of the manaffer'a : htgument with Ihmplrn Pfhrtet" vrlt n Wetlnesda. ; WI..L STICK TO ABE. Ran Ft 'nclscn. July 33. - 111I Ng Ian, Abe Vtt'U's mii iRer emphatlcal h fsi!ed lodax h" wiuilt' tm; th -Mit the former feather cliamnion. "M) contrail Ptuls HN t" 1 '' Ag to the tn.iuntain. gel hiffi Ibt" and Hon and then pet him another mat' b with Johnnx Kllbane Alter thai he linn Bin v.-hat he pteUSen" was N da.i s comment, BARRY AFTER TROUBLE. Mhwnnkee. Jiilv '.';t N I I "' lhag wen opanag tadm fur match e- iwnen Hombardler N ella, the Knli"i champion and Jim Barry, lav QfcMgfg iRht. at ordlnp tn 'I I d H U irry's nwinager, here tonight ants in i i 'i- ihe matt h Iii ik. r BASEBALL STANDINGS OF THE TEAMS. beg! ) v ph- i. .M in ph San v National League. W P t, New York i.T :i .t:..i Chicaam :;- ,;!' 'itt l-ursh IS .".-1 .5r i hii ni-iphia ii ; .rn i im inmitl W II St Loatf M il .1-7 Mroukl.vn Tl hi ..Tfir. Boateu U 3 -fi7 American League. W L. Vet, p.. -t.n aa .! WasbitiKton 5. .Tl ..l rhii.i.h lpl ia M -i-; t:'. (Ihkmgo IS 41 Intl. It 43 47 .471 ITIavetand 41 47 ,4S4 New York I't; 56 Jl St. Loula M 5li "ul TODAY'S 'jAMES. National Hn okh n at Chica rp Ptttladt Iphia al fit Ltmis. Ma fork ul 'laetou 1 1 1. Boston at Pitta burgh. AgMfftPnn Hetn.it ai W.' blBgrton. St I ,n,l is at Ph.ilad. Iphia. Chicago al New York. Meveland Mm i n, YESTERDAY'S GAMES. National League. R H i - 1 I -41.' Mi Lea i inclnnatl w York Battel ies Mathew aon i. n n nn ti ii n nun n n n ii - Snuus an I ami Myers, Hartlc) . It II K i ittabargh , ..1 ggg tngg :i i i Boston OuannotooOi 0 a t (tatterlea - Saaanitr and fJtbnoa, I Braa R ni l Rar'den. n 1 1 i ( 'hit a go St 1 1 1 I 3 x 10 II S Braoktya .... .gt0dPt3g t Id i natleries Brhl. PPa Neetlh.un. Rargei and Miller. R 11 I St. i anrta ooojooao o I 11 I Philadelphia . " ' ' 4 ' I " Q ! g I i ffistterlea Daae gpd Bn Mnhan, Prenn ui ami Killlfer. I American League. R B Bl Washington .0 203000 0 1 5 14 ItetruM oooooo j oi .t 7 Batteries JohSte m ami Ainsinith Wml.s and Slanflae Philadelphia , St. lands I'.all.il. .- H Brnwn at .1 St 3 o ,i i o s 4 I II 14 no 1 a I a j n ii :; I m k ami Lapp Alttaon phena, Baelt R H E Bp i-n .. . - 'hv Mad Pa tterlea :: n n :t i i I 0 x 1 1 0(102000 1 0 8 9 3 fVBrien and CatThpsni Kraube. Baskette and OTfeM, I II I iw Yolk . ..I U'om n :. 13 14 n Chicago 01 020000IV-- 3 K 4 Batteries - 1 laher and Sweenc;. . Patera, Sell ami Kufin, suiihan. American Association. Mllwauke-. 4 I 'npimbii-, 8. Kansas '"itx ! Toleilo. 5. St PnjL 4, liidtan.-ipoll. 3. EASY WIN FOR LOCALS. Red JecWets Tl ke Baseball Game Fron HkincerU Indf oerdenta. The Red Ja net bni ill t-am won an eiiF: lctct ftom the Kan CO k 1" dependents at the ilai k DHvteg iiark Pnnda) afternoon bp the ronr- of 15 P. I Vh plaers ire elatetl over iheli m ii' r' RB Ih" rle IHOtel teim is ennsPh red one of the strongant Hma teur nrpai hMtlona in the cn-iper Oaun ti X The Hancock players wore unable to solve Ihe dellvf! I the Kctl lackel pMPher, Foley, win- all wed only two scratch hits ami in-'' 1 eh ma m i s oppo Ing hgtathen fhr Red Jacket. hit Ih. Hon k rU)SNg n mil PeetHRg of the -nmo bealgea Krdex's 'dti hlnej wen the three has hit b) 'ha)ple and the catching ami base running of Nedeau, By 1 Leipziger ANIMALS' EYES ARE MIRRORS Reflected Light Is What Causes Them to Glow in Dark. Not Occult Agencies. It Is well known that the eyes of anl mal6 glow like epajg in the tlark Th reason for this ia commonly believed to ho heeauae there ia phnr-phnresent matter in tho eyeballs There are manv, too. who attribute It to somei weird occult agencies Rut It is all perfectly natural. The light does not DPBgg directly from the eyes of the animals, hut indirectly. That la, It is a reflected licht. Let an animal come mil of tlie t'oreat and ap proach n camp fire. His eyes glow llko two balls of fire. This Is because his ercH are mirrors and reflei t the light while the rest of hlrn la in darkness. makitiR the Pgpftpela all tho more won derful. If you go In a dark room with a light the animal will look directly, at the liKht. Then his eyes will reflet" that liKht. Tho case Is somewhat similar to the way the moon borrows light. The moon Itself is an opaque body without any inherent luminosity, and conae rpwrntly It has no power of emitting light of its own. But when the shafts of light from the aim fall ujon the aur face of the moon they are reflected , back, and it la the sun's light that brightens up the surface of our celes tial nightly attendnnt and makes it vis ible to us. SINCE TME 0 F G R A N D M A i Remarkable Changes Effected In Dress and Social Activities in Fern, inine World. The modern society woman haa a multitude of expenses that her grand mother never even dreamed of; her visits to tbe masseuse, the hair dresser, the chiropodist, ;ire a neces sary part of her gmopsteg today. Wlille grandma tucked her switch guiltily away in the drawer of her droKsfng tehU) and c, iM nm be bul lied into the Idmlanten that aim used powder, tndny her granddaughter un hesitatingly admifa that Fhe wears false braids and curls and that the aoft glow of health on her rounded cheek was skillfully appJMkJ by a "perfect wonder'' of a beauty doctor. Social Rffalra have Increased in num ber as well as in variety, and thia has brought about a great change In my lady's wardrobe. mr crandmoth eia talked abmit their In st dress" and "host hat." tho up tn date ladv speaks of her bridge gown, her dinner gown and her dancing frock. She ha not one gown for dress up affairs, but 13 or 15. She ha- an appropriate out fit for each occasion. Not only must th gown be suit.' hie, but all the ac ceaaorles. including bat, wrap, glovea, shoos, veil. Jewelry and even lingerie must be in ahnotutg harmony. When otta Btopa to consider that tho woman who is "in society" doea remarkably well If alio keeps within linn for a year's supply of gloves, ggPM iden may ho formed ns tn the amount whieh she spmds for such Itt-ms as tailored suits, hall gowns and fiirllned evening wraps. HIS IDEA 'Sf-tit-astaMi Hecon Ta Jones putting on sny alr since he came Into hi fortune? Ulgson I should say so Why. he's ben operated on three times for ap pendicitis. The i iiipetu of London number 100, -000.