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QUEER DEEDS DONE BY THE CCNTLER SEX. tivlUna lrl Waa l'sri-lea Ahnnt the l i-oalng; ll..ar A l it Tunis Mora fur a llroa.h-.V llomict S1ala of A Human hmtitL Y;1 taice. The emperor, when U1J of th affair, eiiuced the Mmmt com Insure, merely ordering extra goarda to bo nUUonrd about the grounds and cautioning the servants lo seise any In'rudor. Whlto Lady or othrwlo, whom they found prowling about--LonJon Dally .Mall. nonf ht Hrr l.rara nil pi,., One of tho mom pathetic casra ct suicldo which baa Wn recorded In acme time occurred In Drookllne. Mas., the other day. While passing through n out-of-the-way portion of Holyhood cemetery, a Brookllne citizen atumbled tRalnst the body of woman. In the !rcs u a bottle of morphine biblota. Medical experta declared that she died from morphine poisoning and that It was undoubtedly a case of rulcble. In a large wallet In her pocket was found the deed of a lot In the cemetery. It wnt mado out to Margaret Flynn. There waa also a receipt which showed iho had paid $33 for the lot the aame day. Nobody knew who the woman waa. The suicldo was evidently very deliberate. The grave she had paid for was dug for the lonely woman and ahe waa laid at rest In tho spot hho had ac- looted. I.lv Thing VVnra aa Jrwrlrr. Women have taken to wearing Jew elry that U alive and crawling. There OHN K00N3 and Miss Clara Brow rr of Wabash, Ind., were to have been married at the home of tho bride groom's mother the other evening, the pln'-e having been chime n f"r the cere mony to eurprlao the parents of the fcrlilo. Mr. Koona and tho minister were ready for tho service at the ap pointed hour, but, to their Intense dis may, the bride-elect did Dot appear. Th minute sjd on. and tho bride groom, f.-iuliig that, at the I ant mo ment, the young woman had changed her mind, or was suffering from an attack of nervous prostration, he sent out to hunt Mlas Ilrower. Half way between his home and that of her mother he met ber trudging Msurely down tho road. Indifferent to the fact that she was delaying tho ceremony. The mlnliiter, the Hcv. Mr. Rymer, had alo started out In search of her. and found the pair together. As It was Quite late, and the brldt groom's rela tives had considered the marriage off. young Koona suggested that they re pair to the neighboring residence of rilnton Case, who thiew ofn bis dwelling, and the nuptials were duly olemnlxed. A skull llnnnrt. A Brooklyn woman whoso taste for vuiiiir things biu been well de. veloped. now wears a human skull as a bonnet She Is proud of her curious bennet chicly because It Is unliiue, ami tne consciousness that It ennnot be eKlly duplicated by her envious sis ters adds not a little to her feminine Joy. About a month ago tho ladr's husband, a well-known physician of tne Uty of Churches, brought home a human skull, which the woman Inuch mgiy piaeeii on lier head, saying: " 1 1 nar I m the. ....... - ..... . - . ,.,,, ,,, ,,,r m iiiiinuig ci-1 unnniircn. 1 ncn or a s.nhr-n some ly Jove: replied the hushand: fickle Parisian lailla l.n.. t ni the effect Is certainly stunning. Ilul Ihelr brilliant chameleons which thev the authorities would arresi you If you had formerly been fond of wesrln as appeared on tho street In that sort of a substitute for Jewelry, and the pretty ii.-auure-ss. 1 lirre the matter droimcd. I ll fl terrnn n ana tfn.-hi1 Thl. In nut tne wife, full of a new Idea, had turn Is fastened to a verv newest fad I THE IlTttEY. TEM PLE. NEW ARCHBISHOP OF CANTERBURY. Ills I'mlllon In tho Cliurrh of nnglan.1 Kqultalrat In That of I ro XIII. la Ihe t'hurrU ef llama A I.Uu-ral Thinker. 0 " r !.' 1 IGIIT Rev. Freder ick Temple, tha new archbishop of Canterbury, has reached the summit of tho ambition of all churchmen In England very late In life. Tho new prlnmto Is 75 years old. His path to the mountain top baa led through devious ways, and over many thorns and through many bram bles. Years ago, when England was aglow with religious controversy, when "upernatural religion" was stirring the fwtiibllhed church from Its center lo Its circumference. Temple threw himself Into the battle with much vigor, and his momentum carried him farther than he had foreseen. Ills opinions as then expressed returned from the drnd past to stand In hla way when he was named for a bishopric. A liberal In religion, he won the broad friendship of Gladstone, and the pre mier stood by him and saw to It that he aas mado a bishop. Canterbury was awaiting for him. and he know It Ills past omltsslona and communions were forgotten, and at the ripe Be of three acore and fifteen be stepped Into the loftiest eecleslnsllral portion In the tate. The old archbishop's father was a M;iJor Otavlus Temple, one of the good old stock that was roal when Ireland had Its own kings. The major was a governor of 8lerra Leone In Africa. Ills son waa graduated from Ilallol. Oxford, and when the primate was n young man he woe a genius of j The Talking Bear. ; WHITE CANNIBALS. Krronla tho That l-oa at llaataa t'lrah la Not louflnml ta Havafaa. The question has recently been askea by a French scientist whether whIU people were evercannlbala. AnEncllsh Journal ays that so far aa the rccordi n ee ilti lit autumn of primitive man are trustworthy they ''"'KKy Mulloos nt r.t her cottage d'"r how that whether white, brown 01 mending a pair cf stocking, when, oiaca, be waa a cannibal. Within his- casting a glance outward, alio r torlc times the evidence of Homer and oHved a cn-at crowd of meu. women Herodotus ehowa that the Inhabitants and children coming fro 11 the other of northeastern Europe and of th. ftlj of tho TlllaRPi 0U(, , 1P mkUx ot uthorU t A8aln1lbcr re latter wore a large bl.e reding autliorlty of St Jerome In auDDort ol H " the atatemcnt that the British contln- " - ' "h' " n"K, ,rt wrl"' gont enllsttd by Tbeodoslus were can- hl""H,'f ': wry abort vest ind clbuls and that cannibalism was tht Mf'aloona, the worse fur wear. Ills rule rather than the exception among at'Knl In wnnt of repair, and h's the ancient Scots. There Is a white- Biiy hat hnd for a long time lucked bearded race of savages among the for- I'nrt of Ita brim. liesldo blm walked n eata of Maranon, In South America, hungry-looking Ind, dretaed In white, euppowl to be descended front de- pUylug a li-e flageolet and benllng a -..v.. ...u airaggiers rrom me npan- tMioUr'ue lull ranmi. . . . . i 1 . V - I cannll. 1. i ,' 7 I. ' k . N-foiv the It.,1 I.lon, the cannibals. After the English conquest . t,,,.i , ., ... ., in th. fn.i .. "ny Dest.dry In tho vlllnB, the Scotland were reduced to such fearful ,no,n,,,,,!,"lt l,"uw,, " "",,, u l desilatlon that In places the unfortun- '" ,,,ut fclm a,"l 'flerMl bis Iwnr to ate Inhabitants were driven to cannl- ",1,ul t'l'rlght. Then, lloiiiUhlng hla ballsnt through aheer lack of food. I'!"" over tho bead of the aulni.il. he During the first half of the seventeenth Ix-gan to tin nee wit!i liltii. tnkini ateps century the rannlbal family of Alexan- ami lowii Vthlili the bear Imitated, der Ilaln or 8awney Ileane, flourished Uue might believe Iho lulmbliniita of on tne coast of Galloway. Ilefore Its Iloplild were hairy, fur the erowd extermination the lamliy consisted ol I Inimlicd heartily. eignt sons and eighteen grandsons, six . ventriloquist, who una stopping nt daughters and fourteen granddaugh- the Hetl I. ion. nnnled from a w ind w tern. Oue of the girls, a mere Infant, ape-rude ot buiToonerj-. Arrlrhj( was arnrnl tha fn. m hlrh nvartnnk tha U' rtl'llg. be Inn) nllvnclv bad oih rest, but she had hardly completed her 'V,'"".'"? ' the chaniet -r twelfth ve.r hrfnr. .h. InSnrn rr.vln. 'f the Itlhabltnills Of tun pl,,.. The n u i-i - - - I'll n, uiervrore. w run ml lo him of ui iiumaii iii-au uruae uui aiiu ana burned to death for tho crime ot cannl- b.tllam. MARY FRENCH FIELD. The Dauglilrr at tha ( hllilrra'a Toal Makra llrr llrhnl aa a Hmrtrr. Wht Mary French Field, daughter of brnqm l.v tjiicstion blm anniMliig liitiitM-lf nt their exm nsc lie n'i'eiilel among the S v'litor. and, profit lim by a i nent nheii 1 1 I'lilfi'oli t ninl ttiliiUoiirlne Wei alleiil, be appmiH'hi'd the 'tiotintelmiu. No doubt your lenr eau talk?" he Mid to hliu. The mnn lenidiil him flxedlc. shntpcl Ida shoulder and ril'ed. Eugene Field, niat!e her debut aa a ninl yon will f'nd TL'UTLE A3 ORNAMENT. la a little animal known as the Japan ese terrapin which for many years has been allowed to niako Its humble way X the skull carefully cleaned and nol llid. and. with a deftness known only to the hands of womnn. fimhioned an cffalr of skull, fcathera, end ribbons which, when completed, was aa oris Inal an arrangement as one could Im agine. The woman attracts much at tention on the street. A Mrrlooa ( harse. f Kllrafx th Arm.slrong cf North Tarr.own, N. created much luter- tt when she appeared In Uie Vnlted States courts tho other day to anawrr Then New York women took up the Idea, ami a New York Jeweler, In re sponse to the demand, has J'ist ordered some hundreds of theso living orna ments. The terrapin Is a harmless little creature, ir.ust ambiblo and unobtru- nlve In dl.HpoKlllon anil modest likewiso In appetite. When the weji or la tired of him as an ornament h may safely bo kept In a box and will aubslxt con tentedly on a lit t Im water, and a fly or two every night He has a pretty mottled shell, to which tho gold chain is easily attached. This In turn Is ', , o ... l ) . ' I S t I v to the charge of robbing tho malls, fastened to a stickpin, which may bo elaborate or otherwise. A gold heart is the simplest design, and a gold dag ger la likewise popular. Tho terrapin If ofien worn with evening gowns, when he astonishes the public by crawl ing over bia owner's fair neck. Sh Rpoko In I ha .lury. There was uugnier sum aa even comic opera never evoked In the court of special Rfsilona In New York tho other day. The young woman who was the caure hail never been In a court of Jtihlice prior to her nppenranro s a wlin:nJ. She tojk a poiltion with her bark to tho Jury and I gin telling hrr story to the court. Thi Jiicllce said to hrr: "J'lease speak to tho Jury, nils: the men sl'tlng le!i,nd you on tho benrhf ." The v, l:nni at once turned around, snys the New York Times story, and, making a polite low to the Jury, sai l, with perfeit gravity, "(JooJ mottling, r. ntlcncn!" Ilryan'a Moping Niera The recent elopement of .Miw Ijiura N. Mlllaon. cf Salem, 111., th Juhn Lculs Maiiln, of a neighboring village h:ia attracted utniHUal attention beoausc the eloping girl Is a niece of William Jennings Hi van. 1I r mother Is tht thirst sbiier of the democratic leader. The trldo la 17 and the groom 19. he ec.upio wrie ochoolnmtci and played to. eth. r In early childhood and always hate been very much devoted, Thrlr early e'nl.lho.id friend-hip rip ened Into lr.e, ami for years there had turn an understanding lutwren them that lsr y w eir to In t ome nian and wiio. Last sjnlns Ihcy nrrl.ed at Iho reiu lunlen th.'. t they would he happier togeiher than ap.Ti, and the joung lady Informed her m.ithi'r that Ihiy had (iecldcd rh.irdy to a.'Kiinie marital tire. Mrs. Million, of course, obi' ctrd and - t .( I y f,f Ij l-,..;M 'A 1 Vv " "", 'IT RT. REV. FREDEU1CIC TEMrLE. f 7 A.vvV ; bARAH K. ARMTItONa. Mlts Ariiutror.g was fashionably dressed, ha a line llguro nnd would 1 very pretty were It not f )r 4 sullen expression and heavy eyebrows run ning straight from eyo to eje. Until last April ehe was al.onnt postmls- tres at North Tarryton. HIic was an active church worker ond hlKhly re- flH-rttd. Her father, lllnhop Arm strong. tinc; to be p master of North Tarrytowu and made hla son Franit his assistant. Fr.itik waj rarght rob bing the m.Uld end served a term lu the Elmlra reformatory. Old IilMhop Arniauoug. sicuiy UMimg the dig- grace, resigned and tho villagers pe titti,e,l fnf appoin'ment of James M. S.u. whi hill servel before roush kindness Mr. f?wft nppolntej Mlsa Armstrong, dauvhtrr of tho ex font master, his rs' letnnt. Th" nill is taken from North Tarrytown to Ta: iy- town by mrrsenger and the Inspectors put four matkrd fl bills In a letter at North Tarrytown. When the pouch reached T.irrytottn the latter was there end Hie money was g,me. The Inspec tors n euro l:h,l.-!e.l oil ie.uvtili: 1 n.;ni,iti r Swift and h!a u..l tauL The po.Htmasti r hnd JS.'I In hla poekc;, but no m.uked I1III.1. wlulo on .MUa Ar.oainuig w.ih found tho 1:1.11 ked m.-ney. t-Uo cl i'mim ho po.: liia;ter Fne it hi-r in change f.r a $j bill. :c whole nTalr I.-. ivnipllcnti d and ttic nnldenta of lh.it p:irt of the coi'n ti)' ale lunch Xt'iii J. A I anion (itiot. t'1""t'lll.i:io;j I.1.J I0.4 too Lint two or I!. 1 . n,j jius 10 su u( ''I f,e l:i::;;.-,s of C:o royal p;l:,ce at '"lin. for tlu. h.,toili ,il ph.bt of tho Hidii iu ,:;, -, i1)U omo 01-aj niHj0 It a; p-ar.mio. Iter l;n-t v I si 1 1 was In 1 J. jist-U'oie liulo I'llnro Walde 1'-'r"a tuiti fnl! from the palace wln '"'. a!-.ho;:gh th-re aro rumors of " ;iUe-'i Anna of Hummed f jr such h the 1- sj-, na,,e i,av,,g vl.-ilted the V"'Ui hi.'.-.i.e pri-ir to tho deaths of r . , .., vjiam j ,R( j.rfor. 'ie w,u s, rn by oue of I .Ins In tho iiiif ror t It were, from tho ' ' ' - " -ed In MRS. JOHN LCrid MARTIN. planned to tnka her ilaur.hter to Iouls- vi!!e, Ky., for n vlislt. On tho day they were to ilcnr.rt the mother took 111. a:id sent hrr d.'ushlrr to visit alone. Martin went with her nnd they wore mairirj at Jefferannvllio. Ind., the fa mous western Gretna Green. Now they are waiting for the falern.il wrath to subside. Mlts Dr.lsy Me.Ubrs (coyly) ''Do you - .'"Vfi nie, Jasuri?" Jason ll!l.-kt( berry I ')e you! lo you s'pose I d the f,-o over you all I "I II. jull cebber er- 'to-id track In "rtln'T it-o'it ;i t (Ijnal. I i i Rugby at a time when Rugby waa tho great puMic school. In JSC9 he wa.t roy.-. elnpt.iln, sided with Glad-tono In Hie dlars'nbllHhmt'iit of the Irish tburch, was fellow of Ilallul. was cre ated blihnp of I'xeter, Hampton lec turer for Oxford, and. In lS, bUhop of London. Tho highest step has Ju-sl t-x-n taken. THE UP-TO-DATE DUFtCLAR. Anrka br Meuna of fll i. hlnerr. Haiea Time anil l.ela Money. The modern burglar Is adopting mod ern appliances. The Jimmy bids fair lo become a relic of tho past before long. A recent burglary In Franca Il lustrates this fact. A gang of Ingenloui cracksmen entered a banker's office armed with a steel saw of the newest construction, and a handy little gas en gine. There waa no need for the ex ercise of muacle, nor was there any necessity for a good strong wrist at tho aw, ns there waa at one time In the tninle f famous robberies. The llltlo engine was started, the saw put In the proper place, and the connections nude. Seating themsehea terrm-ly upon a couple of chairs near at hand, these modern burglars watched the true and rapid work of their appliances. The I Ig safe might have resisted for hours the force of human hand, but the i.iw, ImicKcd by thn engine. It could not I'.nnd against It promptly yielded up Its contents of over I3.00J of gold and IkuuIs, and Li a quarter of the time It would have taken lo havo committed the robbery under the old conditions, the burglars were well out of the build Ing with their bfnty. Klif tha "MariH-lllaUe." During the French resolution enlhu- flam In the caure of liberty ran very hlch In thU country. In Philadelphia a theatrical manager who was prr-wiit-Itig Addlson'a "Otto" ranged his entire inmpar.y upon the stage one night be fore the tegular performance nnd had ibeni sing the "Marseillaise." Wild with excitement the entire amllrure r-prnng to llir'r feet and Joined in the honia. After the first art of the great trnpuly a repetition of tho hymn was b-manilej, So it was after curb succes sive net. and for three yearn afterward th" ".Marseillaise" was sung and played r.t every performance In that theater. Ilirr llatrhrd Themaelrr. Mr. nnd Mia Will Mcadowa. living a fewr runes from Granger, Tex., left home a couple of weeks ago for a visit to Hell county. They left a bureau drawer full of hrn eggs, and on their return bat Tuesday upon looking In lh drawer, to their great surprise, ln s iad cf th crc. tho drawer was full cf chlikeiip, and the (ri anger Tlmcn s'o!s: "Wo wuuld advise them lo p:i into the chicken bikducn and uo their I urenu for un Incubator." reader In Chicago the other evening. Ml years of age, nnd has Inherited mud of the talent nnd genius of her brilliant father. Fho was her father's favorltt child, and Is regarded ns hU natural mircrssor. She was educated partly to Germany and partly In the I'nlted .Vatcs. Sho Is a brunette, with large expressive eyes, a clear complexion and an excellent figure. She Is knows among her Intimates as "Trotty." a out.' This was what Iho veiitnloouUt ex nvtee. He mnde a stop ton.ir-l Uie bear and nltl, In .1 nice-king v.,,-..; "You danee like a member f nn oH-rn eoinpniiy, and I compliment Jou. Kriii what country are you. my p-n-tlemanT" "From the Alp. Sw Itr.erlnnd " I will not attempt to describe the dismay that wired the crowd. They were- nil struck with astonish nent md alTrl.-lit. but the surprise of the bear's owner was tho vrentiKt of nil He opened his birgo, dull eyes.Jils rnvcru- oiu iiiouth, and ren.nliieil luiiuovjlile, aa If Ills feet weie hsiled to the hmt. I lie veiitrlliHiulst tiu nel toivanl blm. Your liear si enks very gixnl Eng lish." be mill. Then to the nnlnal; "You nppe'iir to Ih sadr' "The air of lloiietlrhl bus nmde mo splenetic," replied the lienr. lli-ro the crowds N-gan to n-treat. and the ventriloquist eoutiuued Have you belonged for s one time to your mnsier" Siiniclently long to be tvearv of blm." is be not kind to von':" 'Yea; kind as a blacksmith with bis anvil.' "Wouhl jou like to ri'Vi'iige voiira df nHin lilm?" Hue of tbee days I will ent him. ns one ent breakfast." At these words the affrighted rrowd retreated still further. The dlumvcd kee's-r wished to iliaw the bear rgaln to blm, but the unliiiiil. tired of wait Ing. uttered n surly growl, The veil trll'siulst stiiyiil 110 lotiger. but turmd away ami took bis imiiiso lonnnl the Inn. 1 lie crowd Imitated blm, and rapidly dispersed. I he Ti nl ril-Miiilxt. having reilelied Hie door of the UihI 1.1. 01. bsiked bark nnd biugbed nl (be fugitives: while the rn- ruhKclou cause of nil Ibis disorder. ovTr.n n c itno ntn TUry May hr t'nnkrel t IVrlrrHaa la Thla Klaialr War. . The ('Inning dish. Is especially nice for rooking the oyster. A few receipt may le iic.-epial.lo. l or 1'uii I Oystors-When the dish becomes hot put In two tabb-sHsiiifuU of butler, mid two tlozeu ovster. half a cup of crenni 011 oyster Vipior, salt ninl paprika to taste'; cover the dish und ciHik three minute. Turn the oys ters upon e-iunres of buttered toast. Another Way to Fan Oyter-Melt a large tablespoonful of butter lu the heated dish, put in a teasHMinful of flour and stir until It Is well blended. Add njstera euougli to cover the IhjI torn of the dish without crowding and season with wilt and cayenne pepper, lover tne dish nnd rook lie ovslers until the edges nre rutlled. stlrrln tliem 10 have Ih.iIi sldea cook llllli Four over the oysters n couple of stHHinfuls of sherry, nnd servo on piece of ci lso (oust. Anoibor Method Is Thin-rut In n chilling illsh a tabb sjiooiirul of butter, and w hou II Is melted add n doxen and a half largo oyster. Knitter over the ojsters Home llimly chopped celery, salt ami cayenne pepper. Cover tho dish and cook until the eyitcrs are plump and the rdi;es rallb-d. Then sur over mem two talilespoonrul of leuiou Juh-e an-l serve 011 toasted cracker. For a Curry of o.vicr-Iut one tat'lespoonful of butler In the heated dish. When It I melted stir lu ono tnhlcspoourul of grated onion, the same niimtmt of Hour and a tcuspoouful of curry powder. Gradually stir In one tup of oyster liquor and stir until It thickens, add two tlnxen oysters nnd season with salt. Cover the dish and aok nlsiut two minute nnd serve. Creamed O.vsteis-I'nt one table, spoonful of butler Inn the dialing dish mid stir Into It the same quantity of (lour. When they nre fro! by add ono cup of cream and let tho mixture come to a boil; then stir lu one ntul a half doxen (i)sters that have Ivon heated to a Isiiling point lu their own liquor und drained. Add one egg well b. at.-n nnd two tablespoonful of sherrv or not. as one may desire. A soon a the egg 1 stirred in cuver the burner and serve. lor Oyster Kaute-I'nt two tnlile spoonful of butter lu tin' dish, and when hot put n single layer of large, well drnliieil oyster lu the bottom of the dish. Wheii hi'ow'ticit nil one sldo tin 11 them nnd brown upon the oilier. adding more butter If It I needed Season with salt and paprika and serve with tivmtm. rriickei and sliced lemon. I'lillndelphla Time. MIMIG OK TALC. Mineral Mart. I aril Tboagh Nat V- SMlllnrlr KiottN. WILLINO TO compromisc.- Hlia Kiuwl t, (in I p llrr Heal K.iKkle. "Mrs. Rlump," liegan her hueband, after he had done growling alsnil the coffee at bn-akfaat, quotas tho Hi trolt Free l'n-ss, "I have mentioned the nr canity of our retrenching." "Every day since the crisis of '9?. The aubject has grown a viry fanill tar one." "I am forred to Infer ty your tono that thla same familiarity hat pro duced contempt. You have apparently concluded that there Is no good and eufllclunt reason for tho economical ro fcrtr.a I have urged." "Not nt all. 1 have been faithfully trying lo meet your wlnhes. Tho bntitte- hold expenses have been reduced ton minimum, unless we are to purchase liork by the barrel, lay In p.jtittoea 011" the aame plan nd live as men do who turn but $1 a day. "There you go, tulkfrw about a die"" of pork and potatoes. TfrlS bnve 1 " done your best There Is a SPm of expense that la In tho nature of n luxury that must be cut off at once. That pet dog of yours munt bo sacri ficed to avert tho menace of a financial tollnpne." "Never, Mr. Illnmp. I have worked over my old parly dresses. I have rut down my allowance of hnta. I havo reibiccd the pay of the servanta. I havo lessened the variety at the tablo and I have consented to lake parquet scats inatead of a box at the theater. Hut I will not part with that dog." f Well dincuRf the matter calmH Mrs. Dlump. Your pet hi a demon destruction. Two of thfj rare book I secured after so much trouble h.- chewed Into pulp. A sofa pillow a. week I a low avcraga In the estimate y' of his vandalism. He ruined a box offT my finest cigar and ecn made away with that ln box of assorted gloves that I got cheap from a friend. "Now. Jum ,)k at the lU't That hint hat was the result of winning one election bet out of twenty-four. It cost you several hundred dollara. Vou waste time and money collecting Icoka that you never read. You atlnt the table to buy the finest brand of cigars and you buy gloves by the wholesale when you would be fur more acnslblo to go without any until you ' ran afforj them. Either that do tajs or gor under myrurm to my old home. Now. what do you say!" wnnt Is there to ray, dear? Rut I ,1 f Field Is a tall, handsome girl. 2i tranquilly scnied In the load, m-ciu -.1 to throw a (iiii'lrs nnd I'liib sophl.-al glance tMsiu the terror l.e lad nm- kIoiiihI. The snme eveulng the veutrlliMinlst net some of the villager, who hnd gnlhcrt'd at the Inn to iIImii-s the iiioriiluu's ndvi nture, with mnay tini- plllli ntlons mid ctiinir 'ti .4. n wnt tln-lr niliillble custolii. He tlloiullt tho Joke bud Im-oii in riled far 1 11011. 'h, and luiighlngly explilucd bow iho name of affection bestowed upon hoi trick bud Ist-n done. They listened at- by hrr father while she waa a baby. Mr. Held book. "A Utile Rook ol tvntively. but when he bad 1 litb-d the older men shook their brml with an air of tncteiliilitr. Thla I very well to tell the rbll dren. enld Grandfather GrllTy, "but we are Ix rsc ns of cxin-i lein-e. It I not the llrst tine tlmt nnlm.iN havo SKikeii, for ono remember lialaaiu' liHs. lU-iie. the nbiiunae peediited fils event In niiiioiinelug that In mid Augimt, three diiy iM-fmo r three days after, a niiiivcllou ihiti-j '.voiibl trnnilre In Hie world. Hie velit-diHiuist Insisted and wished to give proof of what ho idv nu iil; but the croud ili piiiliil with kiispli Ion, permutded that he wished to iVcelve tlioill. The Innke -1 er. w ho bad olm-rvd all wllh a vruii lifnl cie nnd a 1 oekiiitr smile, nproncl i d the (liicoiilll.-d en trihuMllst. ".Milord," be snM. "do not be nston Islii-d nt whnt has hlqeiied. Kiv liuince I ntway more weli ome to the I'tiisJ than leallty. You wished to Jest With these rustic, but they have taken the Joke In earnest. Nomina will now convince the Inhabitants of Hoptlebl. w ho love the marvelous, that the Ix-nr ha not sixtkeii. This innvet one tiling. e hlH.nl'l Ih-wiht of elreii- latiug a story which i t.iNe. It Is The l.uinliinns Onllprda. easier lo final believer III tho most BU- One of the most Interesting creations aurd or mischievous statement than of naturo Is tho luminous rentliwMo a to convince n certain order of i-e.q b curious combination of llsird anaki "m """I'"-. onriniess 1111111. -I.x- Snd tlnlnral elerlrle IWhl nl.nl I. l.l,nn"K1' . - i'ii-ii v i " The Colliery Guiirdliin gives some notes nbstruitcd by l lie .lusiltutlou of I would like to compromise on navlus civil engineer from a nper by I'. I tne flog a teeth pulled." Flllex. on the "Tnle ijuuirles of l.uto m:e." At I.ttzciine. In the toil er valley of the Arlriio, tale Is quarried 011 nil ex tensive suile in the ginnile of ht. liar- tbeleuiy. n mountain 7.7w feet IiIl'Ii nnd aUiut twiuty miles from the imilu cbnlii of I lie 1 Ji eliei . I bo quail les, whleh nre situated about two miles from the siiiinult. nnd 5.! feel above the sen. are upeneil lu n l.e.hli d deposit, luclililcd v.-lrCiii iiileasi hist below nnd l-oi r sllui'.ati EUILT HIS OWN CHURCH. A llri-gyiuaa Whn lN-rnp4 lata a t arpratrr. On the slant of the unfinished roof. with l.ls tms on the b.'am. bl knees on another, a hammer In his hand and a hlx-p. nny nail In his mouth. Is nn odd .'dilation lu whlih to find a clergyman, soy the San Francisco Enquirer. Yd nil. .11-, nii-i in-,..,, finii i.i.n-i nioo.aill ,i,., i.l i. slate nbove. which ha is en f-ltowed !.,nt i 1 foun(l ,hc Henry for about jimls lu n north south illiertion, with a dip of ills-Hi mi do glee to the cast, the tliliknex vary ing I com list to l.txm feel, 11- ilues aU-i the eouilxsltlon. M.iHsea of 1 1 11 1 stone nrd cnmlle, tlie latter olteu of c nsl.leiablo sire, .uw friSlienlly foliliit Included 111 the li ente of uingiie.i;;, h it 11U0 em. talus some nliiinlun. The U-st ink Is of n l-rllllai, white ic;rr .-ergan, pastor of the First Christian church of Alameda, He ai wearing a carpenter's apron with the pockets full of nails; his shirt sleeves were rolled up and his cost was care. fully folded acrir" jhjk.wbuck under a tree. The roof Vllnglng to Is the roof of a wJV-rner of an Jose and 0, i.cU t I - . I V . . - - n is a e nuren 10 nouie ml! II. s k an I (..lor. nnd f.-cl gi. asy to t, ton. h he U spending his vacation biilldlng ppn'mt;:;;;;,.;!:;'; j,, r?7V" of r d,B" " ed iii iho open, p.-ins. i be ;i vV of rn',"I,-,,l,t ll the way of an unrom- I . I . I S ... ' ttnt II.MN IVa a.. a . tlie bed. forming tvo or Unce te.ia. rj liflV f.-et l.l.-ii. rli.i smfai-e tevcilra six lo ten fn-i 1 iii. I. Lariog b.cu lira I Sll l pi ll. 'I lie stuff broken (air--. I b level, III tin- In. Ih. Ill i f . i uai un. .'ii n it. e 1001 wan ei ire Tf.:-. to tlie valley of .l.ii. wn.-u. . It i h., ed III lihll-ek vug. Hi nhf.i t i.-iv.' lulle. to the vtoiks r l.ueiiae, ul.er n W .iter s.w er of i;!- e.- li"l -c ( o-i 0.- M o'naiieii iroiu Hie .ige, The niei hanh ai r pt iai on n p. 1-1 s'zing ly sieve, (lit li,i; In 9 iotat;:i2 cylind.r fuiiiace, l-iakli.g. grledlii, 111:11 killing. Nearly ll.e whole of t; ..r.dint I n:on man. ' e had to have a rhnn h heixplalned with deprecating modesty, as ho backed down (he ladder to have a (hat with mo, "and as I am pretty nanny with tools and fond of manual labor I thought It woulj do nie Just ns f i u rood to put In my vacation building a church ax It would to go mountain climbing or aonnthlng of that arrt When money Is si scare a It I now It Is easier lo labor than ll Is to rabe (he funds to pay the la borers. Tho members of the rongre- gallon are taking a lively interest Ir the building, and here aro some of convened I"'" f'.w'b-. -t Iv e small them working with me." and he point ed out I.l.li r liovyer In a pair of over all and a populist straw hat holstlns hoards to tdo rl.lge of the roof, aJ Profilers Frown and Thompson saw Ing and hammering away earepfv ai boys with a brand new cheat f tool part being nmde '..Un (-en -lly cr mark. ing oi-t work oil im-Hi. or l. In tn lump form. The mi h i.ipi;on etn;,d to nlmost all jarts if E-.uop-.i mj e ci len. Iho priiulpnl n !!iei.tl.-i.. nr. In son ji 11111 King mm pn I uiori -, pf.TW MARY FRENCH FIELD. rrontabie Talcs." waa dedicated to Trotty" as his "severest critic, most loyal admirer and only daughtor. iiinkliig nnd weacrr. (,Uo foiu s "Wo expect to have It ready to hold services In early this fall. When the building Is finished there will be hn debt hanging over It Evervthina Is pall for as ive go along. To bo sure wo had to raise tho money to buv building material a we needed them b.il we h'e not bought a foot of lum ber Utiles the money was in sight to pay for It. This bul!d!iig"-t Is a large, airy redwood structure over fif ty feet long and thirty wide "will serve aa a church until we can put up a better one, then It will lie moved to the back of the lit and used aa a Sun. day school room." nn Ingredient In ivnu.-ii Rienk,., nnd is use,! n un Insulator ..r cloti.h- i-oi. win tor. A new preparation call. . e ,. tn.tt. lie. Iiui.1i. by mixing tale anil suli.l.jo. 01 copier, is how I'.-Hig t ied with sitcees us nn iuse.il - la la- 111 llncjarii'. l K. ll 11 1: (I v . nt. i He n Xo'smMI" i a llatrl ( Irrk ( a I hem All 111 iiieir t-vi'iy-ii .r e.'ii 11. - v.r. ii, bine to Im !e- a. ip. if nu-.l. A man who run il . se. ' tl.tug well Is looknl iipor sa 9 -eail", j-l ths average Iiouh-I ', e.- hi a -V.-nB.-it, inon-: a score a -r-1 I'.nile of ridlcally iHrri-ronl r a u'ivs, n.hl if he all In one she Till slenl o' Hie lo- qilili-liNSII of Hi il-t,.- 11 1,. I r f.ur.lir, if about one and a quarter Inche long, Its body being covered with abort hairs. Its body Is very nirrow, and apprarl to be In section. In consequence ol this peculiar formation the creature ap pears to movo sldewlse, except when frightened. Then the natural electric light plant feature appears, and with an almost Instantaneous wave-like mo tion, beginning at the tall, the color ol the reptile changes from orange to a greenish phosphorescent ahade. Then, hrnrkllng like a tiny streak of green llpht. the creature darts away to a place of refuge. When one of the pali Is In search of It.i mate, the color grows a blight yellow, but at will the centi pede can resume Ita dark color, and then, If lying closo to the grain ot a p ece Oi wood, la hardly noticeable. TraljT I'raalular He Io you Uilnk Miss Kajeuin la pretty ? She MK Kalon.-s? Oh, k!io Isn't n bad looking girl -when she ha a veil on. Soiuervllle Journal. your TaklnsT II l.llerallj. Aunt Fun line Tommy, bold louirue! Tommy (after a falibful trial) I rnii't. Aunt Ihnelliie. it's too slippery. Somervllle Journal. flvhed makes (anada-a XIII. lla t'orr. la the IHimlnlon of Canada there ar about 40,000 nillitln. The permanent military forces conolsTisf alout l.OOO' trtlllory, Infantry and evalry. j' ' ' , . Howliiile,- .mows of hlo conn- f T. r U Wr!'; 10 rn" i trvmwi-unl.airv.JI.e, u Counlr fct it It It'll HIT J yiH!t. it iuniry A Km Uriel. 'Thla pnennintlc IiukIiuss,' (he wind, with a (bdeful sound, loe tlivd." And Oxygen ami Hydrogen felt on nrh other's neck and melted into tear. Omaha Wot Id Herald. Ma Was Iaar4 liaar. Irate Papa (an the (link aiilkei 2l Ain't Xlnry'a fellow fouo 11-17 Maininn I Judi.0 by the length of hi stay that lie Is, badly (.In.nb.i Wji-(. Heral.1. Uurorly Ijiiwlrd. A great crockery firm In R.ntnn re. ecntiy ordered from Ceruanv a i.r. Mi. !e Jarin-ll.. well 'ninosasd thi consignment of cutis, nnura t lilisl K-foro 111' Sl J-is llll!tlll llllltlv llu-l,.. llh .. when ah.. ...1.1- '. "I CMirning In- " 1 ei I fl lit rial " I n,s L'l ... . If a man go.- i..t . 1 iXii.-a. does b ,. " IJ .. V.t . . .. . ' r" n" assume the il if bead cleik, l. . Z' . ' "0. 1 he llos- kecH-r. ensli l-oy, collector and J-.. "'" r""H'r P' mere waa ordered r? And If ho eoubl do sn-ivhhh he ," lvrl " 101 or mustache cnn- cannot nnd w.i.ild not oen coihI.Lt they were well and duly n,l,i i.i would be look bl Is-st. act most nsreo- great was the astonlshmrni m k. - .... able, keep a poiix-tunl uille uud hare eoiiHlgnn.cnt arrived lo (lrot'ik. hi place of biilmii spoil. i? Let 11 n..n,i t .1 . " . 1. ... ... . 1 . .i"..'i" 1 uir . Hiia e.llliriVI-.l Il hM. ns i. 111 n uiiinu. mi.' inie'.s l.usines. iniliriage-does she ntime tint 1, 9 of load h. uckecpcr. cook, seamstress lui'lidn-ss, iiuie, tutor mil ouisldo nian? "And when she .l-s-n- for she Usually iloca- ran she keep ber bmisc elenii. her temper sereni'. buttons sr-wed o:i remove nil thought of care from her luisti.iiHl hi-.llt, keni her ptetllest rloihe on nli.l Mvnteil with violet nnd cups contrived to nro- tect the beverage against the mascu line hirsute adornment libeled than- "To my Ulster," 'To my Mother" "Ta my Wife," "To my Hotrothrd!" t 1 r 1 Tra.la In I'aUe Man.nla. Thousand of false diamonds are soM yearly In London. IVople of all ranks buy them. A nobleman Is In immmi. lavender, her sweetest suillo on nnd ate wnnt of cash, and must find It her mouth puckered up for a kb-n-f.-r somehow. Ho will, ti.rhan i..rn ..- they only come xihrn least exp.-cled, for when we yearn for them we ir-.ii-ally keep on yearning. No! Of cum' she can't. Could tho nugcl tliem Selves J 'Shu cnu't run nil Iho p..-.i! diiurf-iiii-nt of a complex marriage with a menageilc of (hlh'hond nrnex. nnd a husband to come limn" when twlll.-ht fall to claim every lota of rcrr viin'.itv loft, family diamonds. I'osalbly fion,si could bo rained on them. Ho trke tha Jewelry off to tho false diamond pro vider, has tho real stones removed, has the false ones put In, and deposits tho actual gems with some one as a aeeu- rlty for a loan. No ono Is a bit the wlier. Hi wife appears In her Jewel Jur-t the same aa usual. If the didn't her husband would be mode bankrupt I tell you ahe will atther haa ta ra'l In noma spevi iliM demi-aonjl occj!ob. bjr fp(,"or the next week, ally or olo k 12. .re simple t tni. j nw.ty wlih kMev. 1 .rt hv nu band help wl'k l Vi .-1,-xirt faal a iHinluit of rp.-.r"',',.'y , ? Yik Fli-ss. V J V t i e u r f 7 Amrrlraa A.tr In Kntl.ind. Tho recelpta In JlrltaJn of Canadian and I'nlted States apples up to Oct Id aggregated about (eW.O'i) bartclrt, Oa-.iul Sj.OuJ wjITii. l.,t jiar.