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THE HUNTING CABIN NEAR NEWCASTLE. COLO.,
OCCUPIED BY THE PRESIDENT AND PARTY T e I:untin' e oin oTr ie , r' , ideit Ro'onstvelt a:l i party is > ý ahoutl I 1 nty-five millhs front New ca , t . Garfiehl c;:nty. Colo. It stanL. ; onl whiat is kl;n,\Vn as Hunts ian H-ills. which are the center of a rc'iii tlentiinig with w ihl ,a nm e l. but ml;!'t eslpecially of the large kind. a The Ial&in is a comfoartable log siack," sl stantia!ly c ni u ' tled, ant ) Ill ovide d wit the nel cessarie s " ... - fu ' creature com fforts. Temporary 3 'r .:. partit)ion hae Ibeen Iltit tip. one of ' i a athe rude lrtnl ts bein t assi.ne' ' " 4 " : to the use of the President. _ ,l THE WELSH REVIVAL. Something About the Author and Its Character istic Quality. E "%II I iIiH iIIIliII Six months ago the world had not heard of Evan Roberts. Now in all thinking circles he stands out as one of the most striking personalities of the time. Of the thousands of people of many nations who are floclking to Wa:es to F.ee what this revival is like that ever., one is talking of. not one would fee'' that he had seen it unless he had seen Evan Roberts. the cen iral figure on whom its white light is focused. and who seems to be at once its cau e and its result. -We find ourselves in the presence of a tall, fair. gracefully built young man, who looks younger than his twenty-six years, and who fails to im press us as possessing any qualities, intellectual or otherwise, above the average. Except for a smile of some charm, and an air of purity about his person, he might easily pass without notice of any kind. Evan Roberts is the son of a sturdy and independent couple who may lie taken as types of the Welsh mining class in Wales. His father is a collier of sterling char acter, not noted for any specially marked traits; and in this case, as in so many others, it is to the mother that may be traced some of the re ligious simplicity and zeal that are so marked in the son. Until the sum mer of 1904 no one would have dreamed that there was hidden in the tall, fair young collier, somewhat studious and also musical, the leader of a great religious movement, and, what is more, the initiator of a new form of revival, and one of rare spir itual beauty. I For a people who at their festivals -.ill contentedly listen to eighteen ser mons in two days-three at each of the three services in two days prayeri-meetings lasting for six and eight hours will be nothing very un- l usual. The wonder of these services i does not lie in their length. Indeed, t it is almost impossible to describe. and far more difficuit to account for, the wonderful meetings. It is there n one sees Evan Roberts, the revivalist. h But perhaps one might not see him even though he were 1,iere. A prom inent lay preacher, one who had previ ously qualified both as a physician antid as a lawyer, but had finally devoted ti himself to religious work, went to v Wales to spy out the land. Two hours before the hour appointed for the service to begin he and another vis itor who had cast in his lot with him aI made their way to the church and in found it full and the service in full E swing. Going round to the back en trance, they succeeded, with some dif ficulty, In finding standing room on the platform, o. When next they thought of time, a. they found to their astonishment that ht the- had been standing for three ar hourtx But nothing had been seen th of Evan Roberts. who was announced to he present. Afraid that he had stayed away. as he sometimes does when the Spirit bids him do so. one of them stooped down and said to a younll man seated near thlem: ".Lvan Roberts was to he here; do you know if te has arrived? ' "I am Evan Rob- Li erts." was the answer. And then, by seeing the look of astonishment on an the man's face, he added, half smil- to tot ing: "You see. they do not need me." all Another instance tells more plainly no still of his perfectly natural and sin of cere liflfidenc2, how he deplrecates any de importance being attached to his pres. to ence at a meeting. In perfect sin ke cerity he disclaims any share in the no work that is going on. "It is the as Spirit of Gd'd." he says. And when ei ne looks at the young man. un is learned as far as bcoks are concerned, S with no striking inte!lectual gifts, and hears his simple, direct talk about God. and his sometimes naive but al w cys strong pleadings with his hear s ers, one feels that it is even as he s. ays. There is nothing in him to ac s count for his influence. He is a chan nel for the spirit of God. At the be e i ginning cf one meeting at which he s had romised to hbe present, he put t the following questions to the people, i s being answered as if with one voice: t "You all believe in God, do you f not?" "Yes." "You believe in Christ's promises?" "Yes." s Then he opened his Bible and read, I "Lo. I am with you alwav." and asked, "Then you believe that he is here?" Once more the answer came, 'Yes." "Then," ne said, quietly and nat urally, as he closed the book. 'I am not nedded here." and left the hall. And he was quite right, he was not needed. The same marvelous spirit was present which welds the people into one-so that it seems as if Individ- 1 uals had merged into that mysterious union which is foretold of the future -and the meeting proceeded as suc cessfully as if he had been there. The Welsh, as a nation of singers, c have found their best expression dur- f ing this revival in hymns. And c these are sung by the whole people r without bcoks, sometimes a refrain c repeated, if one of the singers is d moved to begin it, and sometimes one- a half singing in Welsh and the others a in English. n The ordered disorder of the meet- n ings is amazing. Just as the revival ti owes nothing to organization, adver- u tisement. program-making, so the ser- si vices are left to the guiding power It that is so evidently present. The b order of service has been ignored. n Ministers and choirs, the preaching and the singing, formerly of so much importance, i'ave been set aside. Everything is-left to the guidance of t -of? Those who go to see come g< away, and in answer to the question, y( "What is it?" can only answer, "No a one can tell." One only knows that ea "the wind bloweth where it listeth, er and thou hearest the voice thereof, 1E but knowest not whence it cometh, be and whither it goeth; so is every one le that is born of the Spirit"-words lii that have been seen oftener of late th in English journals than for many hi years past.-The Outlook. at - in Information Easily Obtained. nc A New York paper is discussing the its question. "Do Boys Hate Bathing?" TI Light can he obtained on the subject ca by moving with the boys near a river me and giving them strict injunctions not in' to go near it. 1 IN THE FAR NORTH. Wondrous View to Be Observed from the North Canoe. Hammerfest. the most northern town of Europe. is b!eak anýl deso late. but, seen by the Witch iight of the milnight sun. it touches the imag ination molre tha ninnyh of tlhe worl's more favored spots. writes Jean Mlur nly i ray in the Four-Track News. The in- tra\vel!r p:aýsing through Norway finds ny himself constantly seeking for worlsds es- that will Iexpress his wonider and ad in- miration. but when at last lie stantis he on the North Cape. In the light of the he nlidnight i|n,. and looks out over the en awful solitude. he no longer longs for n- words to express what he feels. but 'd, stands and gazes into the glorious rid northern light that glimnlers on the lit glittering waves of the Arctic- sea. al- while thoughts too deep for words well I r- up in his soul. He feels that after he this hour he will have a greater rev- I C. erence for this wonderful world i- wherein he is permitted to spend his "- little span of life, and that if in future e years the touch of discouragement i itt and discontent falls upon him he will , remember this moment when he stood on the lonely heights of the North (U Cape, looking out over the blue Arctic into what seemed the shining dawn of eternity, and feel that it is well to have lived, if only for this. 1, USE OF LARGE FORTUNES. d _ s Immense Wealth in Combinations a Direct Menace. r When, however, we dismiss con- 1 L- troversy over the rightfulness or ( a wrongfulness of the mere existence of V I. these great fortunes., and deal with C t the question whether they are prop- h erly and rightly used by their pos sessors, some different considerations s arise, and they are considerations with which the recent markets have u been repeatedly confronted, says the Forum. The most notable financial phenomenon of the day has been not the mere increase of the wealth of rº great capitalists, but the persistent effort of such capitalists to combine a for a common purpose. Domination o1 of given manufacturing interests and railway interests by an identical group of capitalists opens the possibility of bi discriminating transportation rates at on the products of the industries in question. This, if accomplished, is not only a wrong to the shipper of , merchandise who pays full rates, but m to the other shareholders in the rail- jt way which makes the secret conces sions. If the combination of capital el lays its hands with such purposes on I banking institutions, the case may be much more serious. kid Rush for Government Jobs. I The civil service commission says Ott that the rush for positions under the Te. government is unprecedented. Last year 8,000 people filed applications for a chance to take the civil service examinations for positions in the low er grades. This year the number is I 18,000. The government clerk must an be content to fling away ambition and oUt lead a treadmill existence through life, and few can hope to earn more than $1,800 a year. On the other hand, his tenure is secure, his hours short th and his work, as a rule, easier than in private employ. The prospect does n not appeal to men of industry, capac. ity, self-confidence and ambition, There will never be a lack of appli- he cants. but that these should have been wa! more than doubled in one year is an fo interesting and somewhat mysterious phenomenon.-Cleveland Plain Dealer Food Courses in Ireland. The etiquette of the fashionable ho tels has not yet penetrated into the hinterland of Ireland. A corresl)ondent who, with his wife, put up at an :nn n the ;darkest interior, was served e first hight with an elaborate din ;r c bte or six courses. Unwilling g1 ouble. they begged the land itot to cook so much, as a single da uld generally do. They were taken at their word; next evening the soup, fish, entrees, joint and sweets were served in a chaotic mass in the same dish -London Giobe. No Misrepresentation. "See here," exclaimed the irate pur chaser to the typewriter agent, "didn't you tell me the machine you sold me was so strong you could drop it out of a window, go down and pick it up and go right, to work on it?" "I did." "Well, it fell out of the window acci dentally yesterday, and I had to send it to the repair shop." "Well, you could have gone right to work on it yourself if you'd known how to net about fixing it, couldn't you?" Shrinking. An unfortunate Parisian has shrunk down two feet in stature and severa eminent Parisian surgeons are greatl. puzzled by his case. Of course, they a are careful that he doesn't get wet c and that nothing calculated to aggra vate his shrinking nature is permitted n to annoy him. It Nevertheless, he shrinks, and if the t! tendency isn't checked the learned h medical men may find it necessary tc tl put strong ustard plasters on both his head eet in the effort tc a Craw h i THOUGHT EGAN WAS PUGILIST ýx-Minister to Chili Mistaken ftcr TY ! "Mike" Donovan. Patrick Egan, former minister to ,t bili, strongly resembles "Mike" Don )van, the ex-pugilist who has been giving bo:.in. lessons to President S loosevelt. The other day Mr. Egan galled at the white house and was S ;II!eWllLhat emhlfnrrassed by the ques ions hurled at him by a couple of o'ithful new;paper men. "Hullo, like," said one of them, "going to ;ive another les on?" Before reply :ould bh1 ma,!e the other reporter i: .ed in: "I hear he h:a a poor left. iou want to improve that, Mike." "I .hould !hink," said No. 1, "you would lave difliculrty in rmaking himn fast on tis f het, he's so clhunkyv, you know." i3y that ti:e Mr. Egan's dilemma was ;bserved by Maj. Loemer, the presi lent's dorkel;er, who exp!ained. lhe reporters apolog;zed and Mr E'an owca:t,,d 'l'he gri':t:k.1 lihrary in the world i; ' t y I :a of ar I Ol aIs (')ward . . ,l 0 p,! ntel h ooks andl Iio,0lo ulanu(rip~'.- The Bhrit-sh hlltls t "ullainsll al)out ,lI,Io Il vo n 'l.,, and he imIpral iIirary f S'. Pc: rs. tbout the I lto nlmbe:. For CGowini Girls. West 'Peni.rl:,, Me., April 24.- "rts. A. L. Smith. of this place, say: that l'odd's Kidney Pills are the best remedy f;or g: uwi: girIs. Mrs. Smith emphasize.s hr reea:::lendation by the following exl; :'itc n(e: " ay daught,,r, was thirteen years old last Nov:emhber and it is now two years since she \wa lirst takeln with Crazy Spells that wolId last a week and would lb : pass off. In a mn'th shy -'' would have the spells again. At these time. she would eat very little and I was ve:ry yellow; even the whites of from t er eyes would he yellow. A "Th- doctors gave us no encourag-e. heren rent, they all said they could not help i~ le li( her. After taking one box of Dodd's fi .t of Kidney Pills, she has not had one bad of flag- spell. Of cour.,e.. we cont:inued the a1 rld's treatment unoi! she had used in all lur about a d;:'en boxes. ::nd we still gi'e lt Th' them to her orcasionaly whenll slhe is indsi not feeling wvell Dodd's Kidney Pills )rs are certainly the best medicine for ad- growing girls." 1n0ls Mothers should heed the advice of the Mrs. Smtith, for by so doing, they may the save tJiwr daughters mu'ch pain and of for .Sic('k'ess and ensure a heathy, happy in but future for themn. ho ous A woman carries on worse over the toe baby's having the stomach ache than th . herself having the siia:lpox. fr te'l'I fIo 'ter t You Have No Friends Sthat will not be interested in a remedy that wea r!d Is bein, used extensively as a lermanet llCit his cure for I)yspep,ia. Constipatation, ad ( ache. Catarrt of the Mucous Membrane, thr lire and all diseases of the Liver. Kidneys and R ent Bladder. Only one dose a day. Write at i1 once to tlhe Vernal Renledy Company. Le ma ,Roy, N. YV and they wiii cheerfully- send en . you free. a trial bottle of Vernal Palmet rth tona Il'talmetto Berry Wine), to convince tic you of the wonderful results to be obtained tYo fr01om its use. Sold by druggists everywhere, in to Don't hide your light under a ver huslhel. A quart measure may be plen. For ty big enough. ran An Untimely Death. ori a An untimely death so often follows Bat neglect of slight cough or cold. If moi >n- Taylor's Cherokee Remedy of Sweet eral or Gum and Mullein is taken in time it II of will prevent any evil results. It cures Stan th coughs, colds and consumption. 0 At druggists, 25c., 50c. and $1.00 ai i7 bottle. H ns Sor.le people's ieas of making hay ns while the sun shines is to borrow an e umbrella. al The cost of building electric rail. Sways in England a mile, single line, of ranges from $19,4-"7 to $29,209. Mt McCANE'I DETECICTIVE A(Elnty, te Houston, Tease operates the larest foree n of competent d(ettveetv in the South Give them a ce-l. p London's new motor fire engine will f be able to travel about thirty-five miled s an hour at top speed. is The Best Results in Starching can be obtained only by using De. 'fiance Starch, besides getting 4 oz., it more for same money-no cooking re. . quired, t When a man boys a trombone he is either a melomanlac or else he doesn't Slike his neighbors. Gibson Well Water cures stomach, liver and for kidney troubles, rheumatism and constipation. bany You can have it shipped to you. Write the child S Gibson Well Water Co., of Mineral Wells, Texas. A woman is so constituted that she can love admiration without loving quic the source from which it proceeds, . ild-. some Defiance Starch Is guaranteed biggest wotIl and best or money refunded. 16 celve ounces, 10 cents. Try it now, and "All very clever men are conceited." ont "Oh, I don't know. I'm not a bit ment that way!" wolid the s "Dr. Davld Kennedy'. Favorlte Remedy shorn enred my wife of a terrible disease. With pleaure busin erei fytolt mgrvelowe~ cecy.", J.Sweet, Albany,N.Y "This is a gross case," said a Man- tent. chester magistrate to a prisoner, who are a' was making his 144th appearance be' wIlln fore him for drunkenness. case When Y'u Buy Starch mnvest buy Deflance arl get the best, 16 os. for 10 cents. Once used, always used. The A ton of turtles was used to make We the soup of the lord mayor's banquet merce at which Lord Lansiowne spoke re. has b cently. has b the w The "Devil's currency" was the Leen name given by the New Englanders of too to the waumpum which the Dutch set. counti tiers in Manhattan and New Nether. wheth lands adopted as their currency from the c, the Indians. has nl When thiugs seem unnatural you Japan are being Influenced by other than pleasa Snature, nes ILIST ELEVATED BY THE KAISER. n ftcr ICollege Chum of Emperor William Now in Cabinet. er to Enllieror William has: ca3!l2(i on, of Dont- his rollhe clhums to the i'rtutsian cab been inmet. tie has just aJl)ointe,i Ihr. Von idlent ilethnlmann-l-ldweg to tilht i::;r:n Egan porttolio of Prussian minister of the I was iintterior. vie HIarn -an l n Ha t i st*i, (U2S- deI('adl. T'he lI t Vw inistl'r o Ile of If thie liaiser's warmest ,r:':-l)na hublo, friends. datin fl'rot the lays ;;.h a .g to hily w'eIte sttlli lt tot)2lthei' at thIe reply I I'niver.ity of ( hA n1. They .c«r,' not :orter )uly fellow sltlllents. I t ftrat.rinity r ,ft. )rthCers. being mlnemhers of that his. , w a 1 11 best h n i rT y1 I lianso. lolhowing the iheal upon which Amhoic an polilt ic"a- s, has always 'a !I10rnd i a, t and I / age, "taken caire of his friends" sinc he l eIp itc-Iae enlmperor. Dozens of thým are f: (d's !filling military, naval and civil offices n bad of inportance and rich emolunents m the and he (deligits to honor them. Dr. li all Von Bethiman.-Holweg is two years ;ive the kaiser's senior, being 46 years old. at e Its ! ---------- , 'ills FORMER G. A. R. HEAD DEAD. s for ' e Gen. John Palmer Succumbs to Civil di Sof lWar Wound. n nay Gen. John Palner. former Secretary at and of State of New York and Commander l1 pPY 'in Chief of the G. A. R.. died at his home in Albany. N. Y.. April 15. His deloath resulted from a wound ii the at tlhe sine. which he received in to lan the civil war and which hie suffered ce from since that conflict. tf He held many posts of trlust ano d b wt was one of Albany's most prominent t citizens. ad. Gen. Palmer was chiefly known td through his cnnPection with the G. A. Li at R.. of which he was elected com-.p Le mander in 1891. He was horn in Stat. it nd on Island in March. 1 i.42. rt He enlisted in the Ninety-first New i sp led Fork olunteers. in Albany. He served an. ri. in the Department of the Gulf amnd ta Red River campaign, and was se verely injured at the battle of Five th Forks. He left the army with the rank of iaptain. He was among the originators of the Soldiers' Home at Iv m Bath. and was always identified with Ke I movements in the interests of the vet- mu et terans of the war. A h. it IRn owi3 he was elected Secretary of el rs State on the Republican ticket. Joy Of late he has taken but little part in ladlitics. He was a painter and decorator, and ic r any. in hehe Deparvets of the attand sto Red Rinv Fors Heoleft the army wito t tIh 'tik e Late Gen. Hwas ther m fori year hs had made ehis home in At sbany, here he leaves a weife and tfour et children. t nert f the e etoer y of the Fakirr Victims hm The People washo attempt to get rich ofse and foist them upon the public had one-tenth part of the paying inves t ments they sdvertise so liberally ther ban wolad nrder no conditions part with wtur the stock ctd fewer lambs would be shorn. A really good and profitable Ev, business does not need to advertie that the sale of the stock to any great ex- Wate tent, as it will sell itself, and there save are always plenty of shrewd investors stie willing and ready to purchase. It is a packs case of investors seeking the invest, pocks ment, not of investment seeking the tnvestors.--Portland Oregontan. Starre ages, The Mikado's Costly Advertisement. Sta, We predict a boom in Japan's com- icals. merce after the war. The country 12.oz. has been brought prominently before a sto the world in a way that it has never dlspo~t ieen before, fhi spite of the stream He k of tourists which has poured into the prints country. Indeed, it may be dcubted ters whether the tourist element has d!c:e Defiar the country any gcod and whether it mone' has not created the impression that stickii Japan is a land of dreams where a few pleasant months may be spent in idle. A , ness.-Japan Herald. any I :iiiam THE TEACHER'S FOE i ;i One ho, Irole, lJ)n;; I r )1'' 1' Overwk TllS 1 ""D Breor ,f fit!c O i)ev,'rw, ll'e l' t i. ' . i . .aeI l r 31 S ry 42 f i f.i ,r r l I l ,2 'riii vele greatly iv,: r:v: -u i sý po,l .,:,a y dliiy :.. , ." i il h. h a Lr , tawl I t.i l.ti ,. t ' criis h -l . . x... t.. t- b! t,1 .... . '"IT. tur' l Ii lirvin 1: 21v )iit sil i na. ili tOar d l.,:rt, ~ ir i ,tt abl '",, t at I w as i u .. t ) f twS 1 t' ": ., l i. 7 ' ' i., "V s t,) bear m idlhnfr, n:d:tr .t il t .r.g Skcrisisp pa:::ing tan v for "a l p-ic w s w i.,,ih i , , . Hal w, , n Inmy 1' v . .. 1 me t":a cre. Aft'i I 0 i . : I f. blanly tiont.Iis, a tI', 'i I ww. ii1 the. an ftl aco t of, , :n I . " .ll t1 hiI bt Dr. Williamu, ' Pink Pýil t ý hl t uenO w lre conv i11 thx '2 'I ie. how felt ar Idlrussure tal til ,i', ll. wu:ld tohelp k. Mst p eopleyi , thli,, : I.. fbuy onl t one box for a trial,, t bt I pnr ,, i.Il si "A '.ue ch:. :,,., " :':,i :: ;. , . . . f,,: 1 , le - r ' ment,, I ,a (are. from 'I la : t :1, r, l fr, aboes at ont, aidl when I \ha a ted very verge of d.pair, i d well d,1 h, rad S (ane ccounte of so ) cur .·ll , g ti i i", byn i "Dr. Wilianas' Pink Pills enriT at mye me walktslong dista ces witiout i. tigue, in hoare fat freedt fsureth a pll my lanrs wail S ets. I havefor a triad, but I ir :Iseeral months, atnd I 'eanot when I tugh ined ais aMiss Margaret 1. Janies is fow living Many of t her I fllow tai,, well r hav alo i used Dr. Williams' Pink Pills rand arem en thusiastic aboute their backis. Soepre vi digestoredn, stremy agtite, ambiti, an chr- t are fact freed li : frol all my ltnltnrocls at.l ees :melts. I have ah' ady%' taught f ,r v'ral ful spirits quickly follow their use. They tv o are sold In evIanry drug te in th i ler world. irs Rome. ssgne . Ja is wil. now liveaing . at o. o123 C lay street, lmi, Ohio.sstr Many of her fellow teiu'llrs llaVt also centhusiastic about their meand itor. nd ii digestion, strength, iio , and cheer ful spirits, qufrm hickls follow ther use. washey written upon two skins of pay ug rto ichmen th Stands Head.Wod. In There is something aout Hunt'seror o A. Lighte sing Oil that no other liniment n ossesses. Others may beop e t good, buter t ceis surel the bt. It does all youth recommend it for, and more. For two sprains, bruise, s, bur ans, aches, and paiugher, frit has no equal on earth. Iwas . ! written upon two skins of parchment d tands head on m mediine shelf.. S There is something aours, out Hunt's eŽ T. J. Btrownlow, Light ing Oil that no other linim, Ten t Don't worry about mayour beal good, but t- it is surery the best. It does all you Keepom inmen good ondition and more. Fora Smuch fresh air auisess cuts, burns, aches, seand paire like misers-they don earth. It Joy what they have. Sensible Housekeepers because t hey get one-third more for the same money, but also because ofw, uperior qualit vingston, Teny. to senord ao picture in time for thet spring exhibition of 1845 at the Brut ish in stitution, and did not commence ntil the day previous to th.e opening in twaenty-four ors bte painteor "The Th s ere is rone remedy, ansd onlh y one Il have ever found, to cure without fall such troubles Iton my family as Eczemao ing he maracter. Thaot remedy Ias Hunt's Rutherford, Teny. vote an enormous amount of timef tho the cultivation of health and beauty buth if they did not take all this care they w ould look old atus thirty." i In t portant to he otine Trs. h lne carefully every bottle of CASTORIA a aTe and sure remedy for infants d chIden, and soree that it o Jhs t In arc f tor Ov Thr 0 Yeare dyI t eThe "marrIage collar" so many hus bands wear is, naturally, one of the "tort down" variety. Every henousekeeper shmout know that If they will buy Deliance Cold sticks to the iron4 but because each pound-while all other Cold Water Starches are put up in ot-4-pound pack ages, and the price is the samte, 1 Starch Is free from all injurious ciem Icals. If your grocer tries to sell you a 1hoz. package It is becatse he has a stock on hand which ile wishes to He knows that Defiance Starch has ters and figures "ld osn.' Demand Defiance and save much time and msney and the annoyance of the iron A girl's waist is 1ery e:.- c to fit any length of arm so snugly.