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"HAMLET" IN INDIA.
Jmapesro Revised to Sut Babe Taste. A aera spodent describes an rd perfeosanee of "Hamlet" and Short du'e *Pihreo." The "Hamlet" is a4 !lsd "Eoon-WNahak": ouh trgedies undergo consider eae alteration in the prooess of trans bisea; but this is made necessary, I was told, by the Indian audience's dislike of pure tragedy and love of hree. The very slight comic relief wl2ah hakespeare provided in "Ham: bt" is replaoed in "Kboonl--Nahak" by .a elaborate faroical underplot of servant love, while a more romantic CM' is given to the story by the in. twodootion of a rival lover of Mehes baneo (Odtelta). A similar farce, al. -s lmggested by the Oriental ooncep tion of the humors of love and mar. iagep, has intruded itself, perhaps mere jutisbly, into the sombre play af gherlids. It is true that these in. astlo5 have little real connection ith the nolin purpose of the play. &t to a Wuroean they are very in. toestibn as illustrations of other Mes of Indian dramatic genius. The minor female roles are per drmead by boys. These particularly IaterestOd me, for I have often wonea aed hew the boys of the Uisabethaa stage in Ibangsd could be drilled in to really losing their identity in the ehracters they represented. But when I found myself speculating w&ther these were boys or girle and 1ae tw the toorugh way If whlic they tered into the spirit of their as--lally the "urchin" of Msse.lEtrs--I was no longer aur eoaw that the boy actors of Shah spearJo time at one period drove Oair adei rivals out of popular to Sr.-P'mn the Times of India. All Serene. & easup eorreependest fer a Ken ist e newpaper once domnd hiell r Mte aestais of t State look g er tems of interest to his jour Ihre ain't a bit of news," said one Ianer. "All down hs way she too y with their crops to think of any. Sg- else." '9L oress tMhis year, eh" aked he earrespondetm ' .iC t* be better," ameuted the lrher. "t ougter be in my field righ oer, an' I would be eels I come to ato see the coroner." *'e coroner?" 'Yes; he's wanted to hold an tn West as a couple of ilers in our "'1 reds not' Ran Morgan ain't gie' aethin' like that by accident! Me get Jn JePords an' his brother lSa with two shots! Got to have a lgsent, though." "1t6M led to the fight"? erte wa'a't no ilght. Ran never gve the other ellers any chanoe to make it a fight. Jes' bid behind a lee am', give it to 'em as they came alas.." "w Rea been arrested?' 'te. What's the use? Some o' the Je eis eople com along, burned a o a's bhouse, shot hrm an' his ie, ean set fire to his barn. No, man al't been arrested. But I ain't SSnne to shad beab talkin' to you. t to sit back to my harvestin'. It *S ain't any news down our wg. IM anything happens I'I let Shknow."-Harper's Weekly. A Beek-Water Town. "tt masu ea of those sleepy, eon lae, basm-weter towns, IUe Squash." mig R esentatve Burton, describ hg at a Hot Springs diamer a town ILt be diSied. GuNagh is the lMatt. A gentleman wsived tere the ether day and wi ad a btr oat He found the bar Sbr drp, and, after dakilag the bar igsroey, basaged to awmaken 'Uewr oag wi it take you to eat g tyie, aser.' he asked. ' et sa, ben', seid the barber. he rmse, yawned and stretched bThem he called upstair to iw,1 the kid down to the agaper ebe to tell the editor I smt emy emrs jut as soon uas he's • editt' the paper. There's a gent klg wstti' Or a hair cut.' " hiage. children taifeted with tub mleae will go to school In the open i s a request tobe made by the T ,,bereueTlast) tute ti Sat d by tbe Board of IMeatloa. mbnmed a Puss m1 Mes a healthy poies into "f c.de s wparindg IRls. I 4,. amu sickness mome from Setha ~ mewa, right food will make te -. shaem omo more. An old vetanra of Newburyport, m,. says: "In Oetober, I was Cl dek aad wesnt to bed, losing 47 RoemsI abo shet to daas. I had doo IM Sat doetor, food hurt me and I to Nre almeet estirly on meg male and soda. Al solid feod dis _,dam so that water would run a g myr moath n little streams. . d ha tentle anght sweata ad rSir asIe y sa, d I had eoasum - aat mn t die. My goed wits im aMli hope We were at Old Me. at that time. and my A w Ors-Nut in a grocery Ihe beoght some and per meto try t, -I ~oh aso falth in it, but took It to S her. To my surprise it did not nre me, as all other food had ri , and before I had tahken the fifth aa I wss weo o the med. The fI Mt m ·y mind became sat I we ln du rot rapdly. .' ,eat beak to my work aguin apmr after s~s weeks' me of the _os _ am tetter and stroaer than ge her Ia my tlife. Grape-Nut, Irmb e -yn itki sad made me a ,.i euty me,. 15 pauds hear ir m b ,Io I Was toaken sc. my geedd wle nd I are wtll k I S o mk oY t to the truth of o:j a ' The Rend to Weilvllle,' in "The b'. a bw ?." en nseem ,,'a !Ahey, SHERIFF SilO FNI[AIDIO, It is Reported That He Cannot Survive. AUTIETB BIFATITT CoI FEUD At Least Two Assassins Were En gaged in the Conspiracy to Wipe Out the Family of Callahan. Jackson, Ky.-Former Sheril Ed ward W. Callahan, famous through out this section of the state for the part he played in the numerous feuds that have disrupted Brethitt county for years, was shot from am bush and it is believed, fatally wound ed at his home in Crockettsville, six teen miles from Jackson. Callahan was in Jackson Saturday in attendance upon court, a warrant having been served upon him for ma litious shooting in a family affair sime time ago. His case was Cea tinued and he immediately left Jaar son, telling one or two frieads that lately he was fearful of hi.8 1e. Reports received from trocketts ville are to the effect that the strick en feud leader cannot survive. Late developments regarding the shooting are that at least two assassins and probably more were engaged in the conspiracy to wipe out the Callahan, family. At the same time the elder Callahan was being fired upon anoth er party or a number of them at ts jed his son, Wilson Callahan, who had gone to a barn about daylight. He was returning to the residence when a bullet fired by the unseen enemy plowed its way through his hair and carried his hat twenty feet away. Stepping behind a fence he made a successdul run for the house, whiae paling, behind and in front of him were splintering by bullets. The assassins were shooting from ambush in the woods 200 yards away. He was unable to go to his father, and the wif* of the former sheriff went to her wounded husband's assistance. Another Account. Lexington, Ky.-It is reported here that the immediate cause for the killed on the street near the court han was a dispute over the manage ment of a church he built and of which he is deacon at Crockettsville. Callahan was the chief lieutenant of Judge James Hargis who was shot and killed having received a life sen tence in the penitentiary for the mur der, Judge Hargis several years ago appointed Callahan sheriff of Bres thit county, and the enemies of the Hargis clan claimed that they were being persecuted. Six years ago At torney J. B. Marcum was shot and killed on the stret near the court house in Jackson. Callahan and Hargis were arrested. Later the wid ow of Marcum entered suit for dam ages in the civil court. The death of Judge Hargis had caused delay. Many of the members of the Hargis clan had removed from Breathitt county, and it was believed that feud had ended, but the attempted assass ination of Callahan shows it has bro ken out afresh. Callahan supposed that he had recently made peace with the Dentons and Smiths, his worst enemies. Callahan's former wife was a Deton and she eloped with John Smith. Last January a Deton was shot and killed from ambush near Callahan house. PATRICK'S FREEDOM. Brotber-ina-Lw Ha Not Abandoned Hope. St. Louis.-John T. Milliken, brother-in-law of Albert T. Patrick, now serving life sentence in Sing Sing prison for the death of William Marsh Rice, and who has spent a fortune in trying to free Patrick, in a statement printed here, said that Patrick was not guilty. Mr. Mil liken's theory is that Rice was not murdered; that the Texas million aire died a natural death and that he was not chloroformed by his valet, Charles F. Jones, as Jones teUtfied. He base his hopes for the future on inducing Gov. Hughes of New York to appoint a commission of physl cians and invemstigate the case and make a report on its scietific aspects. The eemmision, he says, will show that testimony of the experts at the trial was unscentifnc and false. He says Patrick was convicted by per Jury and trickery, and that the de cislon of the appellate diviasion of the New York supreme oouart by no means ends the fight. ---4.-- S3RIPP's FRIENDS ALAMED. Meetgomey Ofeer May Have Met With Foul Play. Meatgomery, Ala.-Sheriff Hood, of Montgomery eount is miming and deputlies and oounty omolals are greatly alarmed. The sheriff want oat in a buggy to Cypress Swamp with dogs to chase a nejro murderer. The buggy was found by boys with the sheriff's coat in it. Sherifft Hood is also editor of the Montgomery Journal. ASSA8sAINATED IN COURT. Is the ainnatiom of a Btter ollI. tceal Fend. St. Louls.-Fred Mohre. who kill ed Constable Sam Young in North St. Louais several weeks ago was ass-I asslnated In the corridor of the crim- I inal court by Wm. Kane, a former deputy under Young. The shootin.g occurred as Merre, was being taken to' court to stand trial for the death of Young, and Is the culmination of a bitter political feud. CHICAGO CHURCH BUIRNS. Fire Believed t Have Beenr of In wedary Origs. Chicago.-The Austin Methodist -iscopal Church. Ohio street and North Central avenue, was destroyed I by fire. believed to be of incendlary origin. This theory is strengthened by the fact that Hollnem Church, on I a short distance away, was dam aed to the extent of $1,000 by lret snortly before the destruettLn of the --ethest ehure. DEED ALL TO DAUOVRIW. oeu l Figure f t rubeat Murder Trial o Propwerty. Columbus, Miss--Pretty Estelle Smith, central figure in the recent trial of her father, C. R. Smith, str tenced to life In the pealteattkty for killing . A. IAuret, hbr accused betrayer, has bee botified through her father's attbreys that every dol lar her other possesses and every acre st Mississippi land and every toot of valuable real estate In Menm= phis and other Southern titles oWd' ed by him has been deedei to her. Suit against Smith who is in jail pending appeal before the Supreme Court. to said to have caused the old man's act in an effort to pre vent seizure of his fortune by the mother of the man he killed, suit having just been tlatituted tot $50, 000 damages, alleglag "|I i4t every thing" through th% dath of her son. MOV laRtht D TO DEATH. A.pa tent House Fire in Dallas In Jures Many. Dallas, Tex.-In a fire which start ed in the kitchen of the Knight ap artment house, corner of Elm and Hardwood streets, Herchel Dannelly, eight-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. D. 0. Dannelly, was burned to a crisp, and two others were fatally in iJured and two seriously hurt. Sil~ty-two persons were asleep in the building when the fire started. A number were forced to jump from windows to awnings and then to the streets. Many thrilling rescues were made by the firemen. The injured were given first aid by physaleans who rushed to the seen sehortly after the fire started. The loss I probably $40,000. TRAGEDY AT NIAGARA. SHeroic Man Prevents Wife's Body Go ing Over Falls. Niagara Falls, N. Y.-Louis Cohen of Buffalo saw his young wife leap t into the swirling river between Se cond and Third Sisters Isles, only 150 feet above the brink of the catar act. Without a moment's hesitation he followed her, caught her hand, and struggled desperately to save her. Mrs. Cohen probably died in'her hus band's arms. Before it was possible to bring efficient help an hour had passed, during all of which time Co hen was making frantic attempts to reach the shore. But the struggle against the current-at this point It is about twenty miles an hour-was beyond power. AMBABBADOR T OFRANCE. Robert Bacon, Ex-Secretary of State to Succeed Mr. White. Paris.--Private advice received here from Washington state Robert, Beaoon ex-secretary of state, has ac cepted the ambassadorship to France and that he will succeed Henry White at the end of the year. Accord ing to these advices Mr. Bacon, when he was first offered the post declined it, preferring that Mr. White should be retained as ambassador, but find ing that President Taft had resolved in any event to replace Ambassador White he finally agreed to accept the position. COL. A. K. M'CLURE DEAD. Jourmalit sand Publicist Dies in Penn sylvania. Philadelphia.---Col. Alexander K. McClure, prothonotary of the Supre me and Superior courts of Pennsyl vania, and for many years a promi net figure in plitlcs and journalism died at his home in Wallingford, Delaware county, aged eighty-one years. LATE NEWS REwIiTIES. A mna and his son were drowned near Peneacola while attempting to cross a river in a rowboat For the first time in years the Democrats elected the mayor and councilmen of Wilmington, Del. Col A. K. McClure, at the age of eighty-one years, died at his home at Wlllingford, Delaware county, Pa. F. Angustus Heinse was elected president of the United Cooper Com pany' by the new Board of Directors. An elght-year-old boy was burned to death and several others were In Juread in an apartment house fire In Dallass, Tex. A comamission of three Admirals has baeen investigating for the Sec retary of the Navy the Newberry re orgalisation plans. The chlef Sanitary officer of St. Poetersbrg deelared the Russian capital ws on the eve of a new and serons cholera epidemic. A negro condemned to hang June 11, was taken from his cell in Talla hasse, ]a., and lynched, the mob fearing that his felgned insanity would save him. It was reported that the Chicago beef trust had gotten a foothold in Argentina in a plan to control the cattle and beef trade in Argentina, Great Britain and the United 8take. A yonang woman commltted sui ietde by Juampig into the river just above Niagara Fells. Her husband made a heree attempt to save her. Five girls and ne tinfant were drowned, eleven pernem are milang and seven werea Injuared when a crowd ed wharf at Mandertille gave way and precipitated seventy-five excursionasts into the water. W. A. Bennett, an attorney, was arraested at Homer on the charge of embesling $1,300 from heirs he served uas curator. The President of Cuba hasu issued decrees establishing dplomatice mis lonas to several countries of Europe. Following the arrest of her husband on an emneslement charge, Mrs. Martha Olaeser killed her two chil dren and committed suicideo in St. Louis. In Chicago the Anstin Avenue Me thodist Church was destroyed by fire believed to be of iacenclry origin. Thre women in Pmapwanals were tied up by robbers ·t tfortured, ghsted c4e4* benga pIeced to their tre faee RHEUMATISM I wiat every thremie rheumatie to thro ,a all melela.e an Us t 1itr * and it HMUOý4'8 )t5381(A I)MI U ItuDY a trial s o tbatter -t yer fuetor ima ay beO matter bow rDrb O tnLy bo salnst all atver EtLe gar iter m Pttle f the DE. - I 1 R3IMRDY. if It falls to give sitls ctelwl Wirl efund your moaoy.--UNaseu tRemembs this enmey eotaas no sa teýý0 p pi0m cecale, morphine or t ft tl druags It ito putup aer the gurante of the Pare Food and Dreg I'ood D Iro rml bh all Ir.-dr ls. Prrlel. 2e. Products never Vary In OQuality or Taste because the utmost care is taken by /Lb. byj' Ok.ef to select only the choicest mater ials, and put these up in the same careful manner every time. You are thus assured of uniform goodness, and this is the reason that the use of Libby's gives such general satisfaction to every housewife. Try these IWMy Foodme DB4sd Beef Mexlom Tamale Ham Lod vim... sracsg £vepse'atMd Milk For luncheon, spreads or every day meals, they are just the thing. Keep a sup ptly in the house. You ear can tell whed they will come in han dy. Ask for ie@an' and be ,ure you get Lbby·, MNOWE ALi b 1 It's all right to whisper sweet nothings, but if a fellow really wants to marry he must make a noise like real money. BABY'S SKIN ROUGH AS BARK. Baby Boy Had Intense Itching Humor -Scratched Till Blood Ran Found a Cure in Cuticura. "Our son, two years old, wa afflicted with a rash. After he suffered with the trouble several weeks I took him to the doctor, but it got worse. The rash ran to gether and made large blisters. The little fellow didn't want to do anything but serateh sad we had to wrap his hands up to keep him from tearing fhe flesh open till the blood would run. The itching was intense The skin on his back became hard and ulgh like the bark on a tree. He suffered intensely for about three month.. But I found a remedy in Cuticura 8oap and Cuticura Ointment. The result was almost magical. That was more than two years ago and thee huas not been the slighteat symptom of it since he was cured. J. W. Lauck, Yukon, Okla., Aug. 28 and Sept. 17, 1908." Potter Drug & Chem. Corp., Sole Props. of Cuticura Remedies, Boston, Mass The Art Of Seeing. In his Royal Institution lecture Six Hubert von Herkomer incidentally touched on the point that no two peo pie seem to see alise, as illustrated by the familiar experlence that twenty eye-witneees of a street accident will give twenty widely varying Iccounts of its details. We had an instance of this reoently in the case of the Tot tenham outrage, rsad few failed to observe the ertmrordlnary fact that, when the Drce coffin was opened, two reporters made hopelessluy diver Isent tatments as to the beard-the very thins that was moat Interesting. -Pall Mall Gazette. WHY INDUIID? You marked up the price on the Cristmase present you bought her." "I did." "Why did you do that"' "Because I knew the price wonu!l interest her more than anything else Why sheould I deprive her of one lots of )ayY'--Ialisvllld Courier-Journaal. For COLDS and GRIP. Hlek's CAPlnS is the best remedy rlieveu the aching and feverlshbne-cse_ the Cold end restores normal coaditiom It'a klulid- ct tmmedilatly. leb.. Sm. and Sic. t b astor ONLY! Yabhley-'SMis Passay aeemed of fended with you luast evening. Wha~t did you sayT' Maue-"COan't th!nk. I only asked her if she didn't dread havl'g to wear crinoilnes again."--New York Jou nal. Mrs. Winslow s ov~u ,i n you p t~y Children teet hing, softens the gu rms. reduces mnflamma trae. aliaa pmn.eoures wud ole.o0ea bottla The trouble with the family skete ton that it is never as dead as it seema. um aer~~~,ur ,lC pr;~- UOti~~'L~OIILI~ - A woman who visited the Britis Maseum at Laado, seeatly, tgQetr e4 of an anttdpat: "Have you ao skull of Cremwell? I have been look inl all arond tfr a skall st Oliver Cremwell." -Nwo, tthdamD. replied the attend hkt, "we've never had one"' 'How very odd!" she exclamned. '9'heylbee a One one in the musoum at Oxford."-Ladles' Home Journal. Cheating the Dogs. In a eertaln art of eootad, as Cording to Dean Ramsey, the shep herds rued to take their oole with them to charm . The dop behaved well during the sermon, bat began to be restless durlng the hat psalm and saluted the OSal blessing with joy. ful barks. In one church the oon gregation resolved to stop this un seemly detail; ., ibWhen strange minister wees about to proemaaue ae blessing, all remained seated, tasted or rising as he expected. He hesitat ed and pushed till an old shepherd cried: "Say, awe', sir; we're a' sittin' te cheat the dowgs."--Tit-Blti. - BAD STORY. Kind lady-What drove you from home, my poor man-housecleaning? Sandy Plkes--No. Mum, me wife bought one of dem new-tangled dresses wid 500 buttons.--Chicago Daily News. Town Named From Trees. The ancient church of Oake, near Milverton, is to be restored. It is a very interesting structure, dedicated to St. Bartholomew. Oake is one of the three places, at least, in the coun ty which derive their simple names from the kind of wood with which the district abounded. The other two are Elm, near Frome, and Ash, near Kingsbury.--Lnden Standard. Do Your Feet Ache ard aura? Shake into your shoes Allen's Foot-mEas, a powder for the feet. It makes tight or new shoes feel easy. Cres Corns, Buailes, bi~ollen. Hot, arutins and Sweating Feet and Ingrowing Nails. Sold by allDr and Shoe stores, S6 oct. nple sent Fins. Address Allen S. Olmsted. LeRoy, N. Y. The only man who can afford to live up to his ideals is the one who is satisfied to remain poor. Dr. Biggers Ellekiebrry Cordial Noves To cure Childre' Teethingr Bowel Troubles, eto. At Druggists 25e and 0io per bottle. If we could read the future as we can the past, it would probably be just as unsatisfactory. A cold on the lungs doesn't usually amount to much, but it invariably pre cedes pneumonia and consumption. Ham iins Wizard Oil applied to the chesat at once will break up a cold in a night. A BROKEN WILL. Dyer-Did his widow succeed in breaking his will? Duell-Yes; long before he died. ,ick-Me-Up. oer WEADAfCHI--Hlekes CA PDINB Whether from Colds. Heat. Stomach or Nervous Troubles. Capudlne will relieve you. It's liquid-pleasant to take-acts Immedi ately. Try It, 10c., Be, and SOc. at drug Birthdays and Health. For several years I have noticed that in a period of from about three to two weeks preceding the anniver sary of my birth I have had a feeling of returning vigor, a renewal of vital ity such as I have not experienced at any other time of the year. This has lasted for from two to eight days, but has always ceased some days be fore the anniversary. Hence it has occurred to me that there may be some connection between the ap proach of the recurrence of one's btrthdate and the maintenance of one's health.--London Graphic. A Little Matter of Franking. "What can S do for yeo today, Sean stor?" inqudred the sbane Ding City postmaster. "Ob, nothing much," anewered n ator Pluribus, easlly. "I merely doe sire to have my coal house, mny e* tlonal book eas, my blue rhbon Jer sey cow, my wife's hitchen cabinet, my dauhter's upright piano, my Itt tie son's Shetland poa my mother in-law's Morris chair and my sere tary's winter ansupply of oerdwood tmranked to Washigton. Thank you very klndly."--Pok. Red, Woiak, w'eatr, watery yes Relieved by Murine Eye R :ed Compomded by Etpueicl _ n uorm to re l, and LDaws. Murine Doeen't Smart: tnothes Pain inventor of Hanem Cab. The hansom eab was the tianvention of Jeaeph Aloyslus Hasom, an emin ent Englah architect, who flourished about 75 years age. He tavested what be alled Me patest adety ab about 1833 and died In 1883. Beabtmat yeJds. Who does not know the misry of srn burnt eyelid--that crinkly and burning coniti~o of the shla? Isn'tItwoath a great deal to know that Dr. Mitchell's Eye Salve applied to them upon retiring will effect a complete care before morningl On sale everywhere. Price cents, or by mail, Hall & BaLcke New Yerk City. MATTER OF TASTE. "I like to visit there. They have three lovely childrea." "I'd rather visit at a place where they have a lovely cook."---Louiavllh Courier-Jeurnal. fiough em Rats unbeatable estrmlter . Rtouh on Hen Ilce Nat Powder, I. trough on Bedbugs Powder or IqUld. Mo. Itoush on Fles Powder or Iqulad. Meo. Rtoush on Roaches. Pow'd, se.. ILq'd Me, RIough on Moth and Ante, Powder, mu. Rough on 8keetos agrrembleo l ree, ae , S Wellsk. Chemls, Jerey Cty. New Jase, A SOCIAL SU~RPRISE. "So the reception interested you?" "Ye.s," answered Mr. Meekton. "I'm -glad my wife took me. 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Lieutenants Basead and Oster man. of the regular army, deserve some mention at a time when any half doaen hoodlumn mra constitute themselves into a mob with Lmpunrty in this country. fighty sohiees on the way from a New York barracks to the 1Pb'ppines betook themelvel to rowdyism in the Atlanta station and began to insult passengers with their antics. The police tried to quel them, and finally eaere was a dotoua free fight. A company of regulars from Fort McPhereon, near by, was summunoned, and whhen it arrived the two lieutenants calmly ordered the troops to load with ball cartridge and to fire at oommend. Then the rtoeM were given the alternative of golas into the cars to be locked into them or to die. They went in and were locked up. And so it would be with each and every conceivable mob. If, however, some eestatc mob, not gov erned by the Impues by which nor mal human beings are swared, should hesitate when confronted with sad den death, it would be mon better for the United States and aM Its 9d ,ple that they should die instantly on the spot. The way to handle mobs is to handle them.-Phl'adelsIa Led ger. PECULIAR TO ITSELF. "What does the, baseball reporter do In winter?' "Nothing," answered the editor. "We can't use his line of language for anything except baseball."-Lonist tllle Courier-Journal. THE FATAL "E." "Poor Jacy! He never could spell and it ruined him." "How?" He wrote a verse to an heiress he was In love with. and he wrote 'boneV for 'bonny. "--~ew York Journal. MOTIIERS WHO HAVE DAUGHTERS Find Help in Lydia . Pink ham'sVegetable Compound Winchester, Ind. - "Pour dootors told me that they could never make me regular, and that I would evet. ually have dopsy. I would ble, ad suferfrombearlng down palnsnc&R sa could not sleep nights. 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