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rnnvt'n EELICION AND REFORM OVER THE WORLD. ALL "Th light of ! tvuliij Time," a I'oeiu hjr II. Thunmn "llelie.a Alaa In Ha- The An of hllenre Walking With tiod lira of the Houl. " I I the (Invi when ij the glory of Ju- duh From the land of tho promise bad fled. (-i When the hopes of the faint bad departed. And th Joy of lha prophet wii dead; ' ' "! ; When the host of the day that were many, "Hag' become but tho luw of the night. "hero appeared ml J tho tombi and the shadow. A Man with a niurvolous light. Like torch In tho darknost up lifted. It Illumined th land and the tea. It awakened the ihore of the Jor. dan, And It blaiod over wide Galilee; Till Hi kln and th captain were troubled, Till th nation crew palo with affright. Till tho priest of the Idol wees Mat tered. Ily the Man with tho mrvclous light. t here' a rlfl la tho cloud of the na tion, Thtre tplendor that rhino from th Kant; TIj a light thnt forever Inrreanca, A li has forever lrrreaed; And we know that the day I approach ing. And that few are the hour of night, That the un of tho (phit la rWng The Man with the m .rvelnu light. II. F. Thurston. s!'.:rt vrna csa. "Walking with God" Lioabt to b la accord with ill purpoaci, to be di rected by III holy will. In a certain sense, these word are to be taken lit erally, for they convey and art In truded to convey an Impression of Clod' Imminence that can be expressed In no other way. It la of the religion that thm represented the relation be tween Clod and man, of which It 1 sometime said that It lack those emo tional trails that th human heart nerd In It tropin? toward the di vine. Vet, despite thl Intimacy In ono direction. Israel fulth maintained with absolute clearness the Impassable boundary between divinity and humau-ity. Th I.lf of lha feral. No man can measure the Ufa of th soul In th coming eternity, nor set a limit to It growth and expansion. No man can prophesy of the celestial glorlc which will dawn upon It from age to age along the track of that great future. Hut the spirit come to all thl ouly by the pathway that lead tbrougn the dark valley, and "over the river." Death alone atrlke off Ita fetter and open the door of It prison house, and bring It the freedom of new birth and larger growth. "It cannot le quickened except It dlo but If It die, It brlngeth forth much fruit," The old body perishes In order to give place to the new body "there I a natural body and there I a spiritual body; bow bolt that 1 not Oral which I spiritual, but that which I natural, and after ward that which Is spiritual." M'nrl.lV ri.rl.tn fn,1,vlVnf T The 1-ot Thl l it t rh ?atar. . Since (iod ,loih will tint some shall dwell at raa?. And others shall know hardness; thl la sure, Die lot that fit each nature lit fore .eea; -- And wnere'or murmur when we tnu&t endure? Home day Ills loving wisdom will be plain s the sweet sunshine following after run. -Mary Ilradlcy. Il'llot Alau h Mr. ' Tlere la no Journey if if tint has Ita cloudy day; aud tltrre ore some! l.iy In whlth tar ( aro so biiudc . j c.hh tears thnt we flr.,1 (i hard to son iiir way. or even t a. I Ciili proail's. Those days that lime a bright ' n-e followed by nu.lJe thundt r-clap.1 itid burs: s of Mlo.. ltd'.-in,- si rows arc liie o.'na t!.l t kl crtn::t c.f our iar' tl. iost fc.nr ly. Yet the law of spirltus.?, ryri'lftltt very rlon'ly re- seniiiii ; bw of nhvi cat ont lea. ro.:io suddenly out of the uinilkM Into a room even uu.di rately dmkcr.el, we rvn discern nothing; but the pupil of our c)e piailually enlarges imill uiiai-o objects become visible. Even to the pi.; ll of the rye of faith baa the bbfs.d family of enlarging In dark houra of bi re.-,vcnicnt, to thai w discover that cur lovlnc father" hiij.l Is hold. us the cup of trial, and by and by the cup becomes luminous with g'cry. The ft;irtefntS chapter of John never falls with surh music on our firs cs when we catch It sweet Niralns au.ld the pause of a storm: "Let not o'tr heart bo troubled; relieve In (!od, believe also In me. I will not leave you comforllesi." T. U CjIt. the Art of Nllrnro. Ve. must check every nngry word before It rife to our lips. St. Alphon . us l.lgunrl that the luf illlblu rulu Iot preventing nngry speech 1 to k"ep atwolutily silent until our anger ha qtiltV ublded. Rabbling, tattling talk tloi even mor mlrchlcf than the apeech of h.isty temper, and we mutt fs;eclnl!y ginrd ourselves from this ugly, foolish habit of thoughtless chat 'Ur. All fa tho wlsihoad seem to have rivn torn time and thauchl to the correction of tho tongue. Here la nnMher old ninxlm: If wlrdom'c way you'd truly seek, K.ve thtiiRs obiHrve with cans Of whom you speak, to whom you rpeak, And how, and when, and where. Hut there arc many who will tell n boot and when and where to speak what we learn for ourselves Is the art if kllenec the mcut luonYnslvo of all urta. Bib-nee Indue thought, speech nciiiters It. Cay pn nerve J a wlao mot to In easily n'nieinbe red rhyme: SUGQESTEO SUBJECTS Of PRAYER ptrlnriirnrHrmr Liucuiui riui St Travcr Chain. COVINAMT Trv.t H in th Lr4 iMm Chrtif nd ffithl ( tHs) MtlOsj !' f and Hiilrd prartr. W9. ( mt) ti ) hftal in Worttf't Ctrit In r1avor PtBftt Ci. Covtaint And ftt t mtk rt Kacltc to oflrr a petition for anottr an J for 1 W ato pramM to to boar f mm4 at tat ( di'ty d ttni th particular ct wh ea broofht t tho attention f th Prtytr Ca tact nvnih at Ihi bjocl of awr vnitcd p0Uon, t --- 0 SK-ie. Jiinuary f'r lh f "ftTrehin of tht VTorH. Vtii lhl the Vt'li.olnr ol Ihe lie ver mny vlti rai the ttnniu tt uttttrratU rcviil ! rr l.'intt I'rnv fur i n-t mniretu'hMi n( the power of the 1 1 til Sftrtl Ibmufboul lh vothl, sn1 thit the aiitel evoryvhrrc Uif be laitiej la Chrli!. fVhniiry -l'r Armrnkt. Pmf tht Armet ti irav he spured fi:riher rrr.itl 'tv sn1 ii,iii mmv lo prtMfKritv nmv hr " ni-t to tse tUvuwuili Ml drailiuto by Ihr l ura t'W that the rh'in h- may t l 1 1 -rt vllh the etatf-t f'na splritol I hrlt; thst the sni-ntern mi tlarli tii itirr in rarMI&n unity and srr- rirc. that tM-j may l"V lr u.ihi.ia th paator' haatta. sntt that the great miaaiim ef the rhnrh 1i 'tin:rr nea sitd ir4mr.ff theui Into Chrut ULi m aa duv hp fulnilrj. Ipr! f or 1'rn.m t f'rlrii li ih1 R.l.ttlm Tray llikt the tiimra ttt our oD fBtnllif miy won for tliriat n,t th.tt t'hrl.tlnna amy tc (utihrut in itt.rin; tuihrm lor the Waaler Trjr to! tor tmaafj lr.ruJ sol relauvr of Ulheis. .V' for tht a 0 r'cnta-e. Pray that th drink tnfllc ereryahrre sv hr dr. iron d and lUal nil L'hr'.sil ,n mjy Ubor lo.eiher tor this end. Jaiu FW I'lilrerml Ptarr. Vtij tlt vac rvrrvohem majr fir sr to srl'llrjlloa, aid that Chrtailan natloaa mar hwoiw pitBipts of trilowaat wd mutuaj lolriatioa. C'loalnf C hicago Wolooas. For the first tlm In a generation, every saloon In Chicago was closed on election day, Nov. 2. Tblrty-slx out of els thounand tried to open, but their owner were thrown Into Jail, and some ot them are there today. If thl ran be done In a city of whoso Inhabi tants more than one-half aro foreign ers, or foreign born, can It not bs dons elsewhere? It ran, and will be. God will not forever allow these plagua spot to Infest the earth. Out of stones and stubble. If need be. He will ralso up a generation to accomplish this work. Hut what shall Ho u.y of us. onielous as we aro of tho fact, and knowing well our duly? God one whipped a whole army with a picked band of three hundred. Therefore, w have the autboilty of history for say ing thnt If every eye that read thl page will direct a hand to register a vow to support for four years to com a crusade against te open dram shop. It will be the nucleus of a million lol which penhance may cnat tho dccldins vote In 1900. Ham's Horn. IK Y0;IAIS COilMai. INTERESTING READINO FOR DAMES AND DAMSELS. brraaes for Iho I.lf tie Cilrt A Combination A Ladylike arlerllna a Ifat Huaaol and aabloa Nolra. Taaterul (Jtivi Mock IKK robin red l.i asts the umll lolk will look tl.!) winter In their dren.-iea of s,ariet. A a full to their btllli.iney, thcru will bo black bats nd (lark (urn. tllnek pl'iflh conn, ven, am being l.iadn for children ' . - Vo w'cur over their bright red plumngc. lied cardinal Is the best hado; then there aro scarlfs and crimsons. Cardinal has moro bril liancy, but crimsons wear belter. Tblt bright dressing Is a great favorite with the little ones, who lovo thf'.r warm colors .and aro thankful when the dull jrrays and faded brown are baninhed from their wardrobe. This smart trork for a child of 10 I made of dark red cloth. The f i'l slip It i:.u L.u; the r:,..t. hut liptui tlm lu lide of 1'iu i'Ojy of tho c'ieln! tnmit i- iU" mPim. Viieii tho writer has borne all the fact In mini and haa IT'ied hrr unsbhrevlr.ted nnme h may re:it con'ent. treary and llnrahl f.owna. A divs of ciiMel' ha:r ccrRe I not tbo tliea.'lt iMr.f; ono can buy, but It U tlie moat aervlceable, and. In thl year' la'lnoris, one of tho most fash toiiabli. The sergo comes In tho c:ai(..t tones (.nJ U a flue example ot I'lMid coloring. A rtrea cf camel' hair, with u lo'ig. fi:rry surface, waj made Into n neat street drens for a woman who wears eb ctric bluo constantly. It. Is her color and the different way she niinn.-.'s to secure It aro most d mlrable. This gourn haa asklrt trimmed with band of suit-it cloth, put on per fectly Tat and f.uls'ied with rros bar of the elo:h. Soloil lit a plain material with a (a co l.ko ratln. It wear like lion. C.lritlii a Hat. It li cll.T,ni',t to lay down rule to gov ern choice beyond the one of .finding a inodelhatf thefaee end then adhering to It throuMi changing fashions, with, however, a cenfernity to the prevail ing style that In alaays easy to secure. A woman wlih a regular fate may per- A HANDSOME CALLING. COSTUME. .it, t .4 j t-; i i t - i . i- i iL VvV.;!':- : i -. v.: My tongue wlililn my Up. I rclu, 1'or wlut talk much must tali vain. I In Hfioatlrdge of the llihlo. TTall ('nine, fipeaklnp of liM literary Siteeess, offer a pleasing trlbille to the value of the Fcrlpturi'. "I know my lllble," bo ays, "na few literary men Iioow IU There la no book In tho world like It, and tho tine! words ever writ ten fall far short in line rest ot the stor ies ll telU. Whatever utrong situation J have In my books nto nut of my crea tion, but ore taken from tho lllble. The Ieemsl.T In the story of the prodigal 'don. The llondmnn I the story cf r.sau and Jacob. The Manxman I the "iitory of Unvid and iVIali. My new boo'; also conic out of tho Iilblo from a perfectly startling source." Never I. ot, ' 1 love to believe thnt no heroic sac rifice In fr I"'. nal 'ho character f w a nje molded and Inspired by w liat their father have done, thnt treasured tip In American souls are all the un conscious Influence ot the great deed of the Anglo-Baxott race, from Aglu rc.url to Iiunkcr 11111. It u such an Influence that led a young Greik, S.OtK) vear ago, when tie beard tho new of Marathon to rxilaliu: "Tho U-nphle of JdilUades will cot It t We sleep." Jauiis A. CarrUM. laty la Intth The natural poetry of which every man Is poaaeased, and which find Its clearest expression In his rcllgloui falih, can be supprenited for a time- but never destroyed. Tho cndeavori rf an Ingersoll niay being forth con t.leruallon and apprehension In thl mind of such who umltrstand not the Innato emotional life ot man. Tbf labors and teaching of an Adlcr may arouse all the agent ot doubt and skepticism, but for how long? flc surely a water seek It level, to sure- I sleeveless and opens at tho front with a double row ot buttons. The Jacket 1 rather long at the front, but takes a drcld si slant to the r.hort full back. Ikiwn the front edge of the Jack et there are pointed U'as of white serge trimmed with a narrow gilt brail and small gold buttons. The yoke and rcvers nro of the sirge, trimmed at tho edges with the narrow gold cord. A little gendarme tint worn with this frrrk la bright red. with 0 bunch of black tips nt tho cleft side. A laaternl Caaahlnatloa. The waist of this nasi Is a silk oac, i;h sleeves ot c? aid's hair. It Is In tended to lx worn with a ainal! 1eevciet.s co.t', quits snug in front, aa 1 (natencj with a pearl button upon the rr.lt herself more ll-cn, but ehe tookj her best when It i frnmcd by a dropp ing brim. Th Irrtpnlnr fare with re ti ouase tow can t.e.-or.ilngly wear the rexcise. Sharp profile and long neck should r.ot hav there point nccr-ntu-a;cd by angular bonnets, and the wom an with high cheek brnra mtit not m ph.islre the defect by Uiuaa'uifC the trim ming of hrr bonnet In a point on top. Modern milliner tow s'.udy tho far and endeavor to suit It In the headpenr. bringing out virtues aud neutralising defects. It Is quite Possible by giving the rr.-Ku a little experimental consid eration tnat the buyers of bonnet ai well a the makrrj hould bo similarly l':d!fkp.. is r ; s'. uy ... . - 3 Pi 't " - . - !' .' ! . - tV j i' y Inpcls. The wa!t U vr ry trim it i 1 1 -) mi -. 1 1 .. .r m 4) i ( rM rr lioti Of a IT at Irs jf fw..i.! ul r jya lo(L til torn aid (i'iitt, guoi order auJ morality. A Iniljllke fiowo. This dresa bad a modified skirt, v-Ht the back a gud.'L The goib't still holdi Ita own from the fact that It gives tu wearer height. The Jacket, an open onj and ly will the rcprcrtscd and suppreKsec" ; .bows no sign of the blouse effect. A voices of the human heart ultimate, j truth collar of taffeta rib! on with rut ly come out anew, ringing Into ever ; fie of the srmo flnlch.-a the nc:-U. ear the tiding of comfort and .ilv. tion, the messages of hope, and trtiAt the sublime Its.ons of "Iuty In Faith." Camel's htlr la g, ner.illy trimmed witlt some other goods, as It nreil.t Ju-t ttilJ touch of finish to mako It dres y. t-lrlna: a'oMjge Ctamp, Llckicg rol.'.ie stamps is a very common practUe, ar.d ono that but few people would a.-poclate with danger of d. tease of any sort. Of course. Illness traceable to this cause h rare, but that It doe sometime cvur no one can doubt. It tit aside from the disease germ theory of abstaining from this practice. It certainly la not a cleanly habit nor Is ll a necessary action. It Is n gcod deal easier and afer to lick the envelope, or, what is better, moist en tho coiner of It with tho flngcr-lip3 and water, and (hop apply the Camp. A wet hnndkrrchif f will dampen the envelope snfTli ler.tly to make the tam? adhere. While great rare 9 taken In the preparation of the mucilage that Is put upon postage siarips, It Impos slble to Insure the perfect health of the persons who handle them. An em ploye with nn Inoculable disease might spread bis lil condition through a ttholo country. It may not be neeea unry to warn everyone, but those who have nevrr had their attention railed to the subject will not fait, upon a moment's refaction, to see the folly of licking pontage siamra. Women ami Their Kotea, lY women nali.-.s that tbero aro rule ot etiquette kovornlng tho writing Liquor and Crime. Tho report of the Connecticut State prison fr tho year ending Sept. 30,' of notca -rulc thai not only prescribe l9.i, shows that of 395 prisoners !03,ot their wordli g. but the kind and quail 52.9 per cent., confess to tho use ot ty cf paper upon which thev should bo drink a the ewe of their crime, and! wrlttju. All women, cspiclally thoso 53 more, or 13.4 per rent., make the caure to be bad company, which prob ably mean drink. In society, should read, uiaik and In- ranlly digest the law that ought to nde her condutl when sho "lake up the en.M Tv. j tbltir.a, above all oth- Th fteerel of rhrUf aireaclh. r!T- "''cy t'ie i.-K.nni t;i un..- M.. tho Il.tW Bnlrtt lonrh .,. .tl ih. ' letter writer, ll .no oe gumy .eeret of taking ChrUC. .trength for i l"''cc,,nf th. Barg.ln at each side spirit, soul nnd body, say the Chris tlan World, which will make ua con tented, victorious and ucccosful. A Nearer tear. of tho p.tRe or If sho ko far forgets her precept a to add a V. S. she la forever doomed. Society la exact In details, and society declare su h omU idoii or ccciMlealon to h the unpardon able c!n. The n te ti lie correct. hln.iliteanee of Nnmea. C'.d Vulii a-.ka in the meaning of the names Minnie and Viola. 2. On what day of the week did June 11, lsT9. fall? 3. Where can the music of the Dead March In ctmi" he procured, and are there word to tho tntialr? Answer: 1. Minnie stnnlfie remembrance, love, end Viola a viol. t. 1 June H, 1S79. enme on Fatorday. S. The eDad March In "Saul" la a pleeo of Inatrumentnl music. It may be had by writing to Oliver nitson Company, New York city or Iloston, If Ciud put mountain beforw at. II u wrirn ,, , er of m.-linm f'"' K't-grai.dch Mi la that wo mny obtain nearer Viet, of ,rrf,rahlv r.en whlla. nnd must '',"rn M:,v ,9- IM!. heaven from tluir .uu.mlt. u ,,,P dulnr,. ti,., ruomu-ram ,,irx,lic " , Queea Victoria's f amily, QulMleal asks how many children and cramli hildrsn b:va Queen Victoria? Anwef; Qtirin Victoria hna rim! ulna ' Il.trAn iwt.'n. .1 ... i, ril) nun UllQCUIHlivn ren. Victoria was succeeded to tho o u J was mantcj .. . 0' I J I' " i r i. w of rarlnn shape, turned back wltl laprls of ruii-.et cloth embrdidered Witt black. The vc.it waa of rusj,rt silk And t.t the neck a fichu ot 3ruel lace was wom. This very ladyllkt ii ess was not an exceedingly ctpenslvi one. for the mntrlals were simplicity itself, and the beauty lay In tho taste ful plan upon wlili a the dress wsi aullt, and tl:e chsrminz color harmony These little cowrs, with tho eleginet more in the mnke than the material aro gaining favor every day. r.curt ne ttU.-k I'onihiaation. A!tu.i'.:r,u euii-is nro nnre HtiijJu't th.-n tiny wtro In the r;,n.i,-, jet very effee ivc combimt.o: sie f;und. Many diccj dei2d fr thilr tylo u;on th' color co-.ib:n;t:;s. Una of then fowns, aa Er.gl.sh suiting In black eorabli.eJ with r.i.Ct cioth of moot'i textute, made a vtry tasteful nfter noon dreni to wenr lo tho picture t how of auturan and tor calllun, u.v..tii.ij.Jjti:.i'i;:'..i'.j To 'ho I'gyptlr.n hai been ftiven the h'-nor nf levelling lamps, but it seerru u.ore if inn probalile that th'y received It from the older civilization of India. The le::.;, originally lined by th H' b re, the r.'ujptiiuiB ud tfce Creeks were i:i!jile, fiat vesiela, with a -small handle at one end, and at the tide a tittle proJ.iU'in with a bole forming a f.cjile. In the back waa a larjr open ing, Into which the oil wa poured. The oil was generally vegetable, but a'rJi:ig to i'llny It was somclltne.1 of liquid bitumen. The lamp commonly used In Ervpt at the present time I a small glai l vcmrl, with a tulie In the bottom in which Is placed a wick of cotton twisted around a straw. The common lamp of India I a small earthen saucer, with a Lit of twisted cotton for a wick. The brdlnary traveler's torch or lamp In India li a bundle of strip of rags on the end of a stick, with oil poured over It. In "lllble Iniidi" the lamp comrsun ly Ufd U a small earthenware plate, with the edge turned cp to make It bold a small qtnntlty of oil. Among the most beautiful ruin of intlijiilty that hive been preserved r a great number of Egyptian, Greek snil Koman lamp, formed of clay, n."tal. terrs colta and bronte. The museum at Naple contain the finest variety of specimen to be fovtnd any whire. There were recovered from the ruin of Tomr 11 and lierculanrum. Some lamp were hung with chain to bronie candelabra; some were support ed by beautiful bracket. In I?!! I And Argand, a SwUs residing In London, made an entire revo'utlon In artificial 1'ght by Inventing a burnfr with a circular wk-k. the Tame bein? thus cnpplied with an Inner and an outi-r rurreut of air. To ArjacJ w ako owo the Invention of th common tiara lamp chimney. II was very de lirous cf Increasing the light given out by the lamp that he had Invented, and to that end had made many experi ments, but all to no purpose. One night, as he sat at hli work table thinklr.ir he noticed an ell-flask faa'.iion Sofen. t,.i, -. rr ..i,t, .. vn i,,,i White k d eaibro i eied with colore!' . , , , , .,, . , ,. . , , . 'jbeen broken, leaving a long-necked. fdnnel-jhaped tube. Ho carelessly silk and imitation Jewel U u.ied fri dre trltnml.tg. The latejt thins In vflh I nuar.' eornereil In e .d o round and made ot fin Hack net with whito ipots. Among t!:e cleran.-i 0f underweai Is the corset and skirt of brocaded bilk to mutch. The most popular cor set is very chort la the tips and low at the top. The neaeat belts are cf go!d galoa wl.a an obit nj enameled luckle. O:hoi pretty belts are of goU. embroider; with ttirq::ols3 cr of cMue galon. whlcl has a faint patttra cf rcao anj e'ect running tbrai.th It litarl ahapiu .ctiry Is one of thl rcitnir.g (a.ij J.t it present, and thi pretty rentixer.t eoauected with ll make It :pc?i3l'y t.iklrn with yeun: girl. Two he irta of gu'.d en;wlnev Willi a true lourt' knot et lu prarb and turiiuuire li a pel dt : pit. It Is really plearant to meet the ne millinery stral.-ht from l'a:is; It la si guileltu cf .-.grrat;on. Ia shape I. I rather innl'. with sn open trim. It trimming limited tn;h In variety ar. color, and It altog. ihrr conduct I:el: with an ix.-rcd.nt dt?crun). Fur vents ma '? of s al, ermine. Ter tian lamb, and Imitation teal aro oni of th economics) features of faahto: thl rton. and they Lelp cut th use faiccii of a coat anJ skirt fjwn won. dertully. The back Ij made ot ailk with a ehumoli U!n Ir.terllnlrg, an.' it Ij well a have c'.otc-fitiing tieeve A novelty In fur coat Is made oi glossy reislan hnib lined with whlti satin, fitted cbrlv r.t ihe bick anc tcosc la frcnt. whete the ede 1 cut li square, which Up over an ermln vest Tho bitloiii Is flashed In the aamt manner, but rot very deep, and thi aleeves are cf b!:..-k velvet rhlrred ll at the rrmhole, finely tucked below and quite plain below the eibaw, wltl fur cuffs). Th collar la wide ami quart, and soit er.d of cream lace tali fiver the wh'te vert. Ea.p'rt belli aud belt ot all sorti are the mo.it conspicuous detail ol dress this season, barring, cf course the Itttie bolero, and thry sre made ol satin and velvet and embroidered with picked thin up and "almost without thought" placed It over the flame of his lamp. The result astonished and Iclighted him, for the flame became a brilliant whlti light. Argand male jractlcal use ot the hint thus given him by devising the lamp chimney. It Gained a ( .. 1 Mher at The f,tct tUt Fr I been letting con,; traction purpose r j years ha been re j argurmct la fvor o' . , , v the Cincinnati Cii';-i,rr."ll'. I. Ay dank, a K-adlog autho.-lty oa the fa t and prtn- condition of strert ir.c tie In France, ufaies that every rcr.- celvable meant of ;rett-ear pmpul. I ::, Including ordinary metho U, it-: -heated steam and eonipre.sel air, h tvt been tried, each, with one eici ;,tluu eUctrlelty ha been or will be slmrh' abandoned. The super-heated syaten ha considers dead, although It la can- tinned In many pletee Uraij of the, great cost that would be Involved l:i niaklr g a change. Although the com preaaed air system Is In larger use, ha pronounce the Bam verdict upon It. No better confirmation of thl opinion could be made than that shown by tho present statu of the several systems In ujie In France. Although the trol ley system was Introilure-J but linen year ago In that country It runs al ready over WO miiea, while there ar at present but forty-one mile of com pressed air road, although that y tem was tsstabilehed In 1SSI. There ba not been added a ilugle compre ed air line since the trolley tanerte l It superiority. The tulleag vf super heated steam roads Is even .mailer than that of compressed air ruada. Th downfall of eomprersed air trac tion M. Abdank attributes the great er cheapness and sir,-. i:y of the trolley, tho repair eon aloae on air Biotors used In France being euormoua. M. Abdank regards the cable rystem aa antiquated and doomed soon to become obsolete. American manufacturers of electrical railway apparatus are urged to study tho eondltio-js now existing throughout Frsnee, and especially la Parl.i. wherw th geatral IntiaduclUa of both underground and ovcrhent trolley )terni li likely tn take placo before the opening of Ihi Inte.naiUcil nxhllitlan In 1930. INDUSTRIOUS CEE3. lilled a Una's Hat With Honey la lha hoar sf Three Hoar. "Talk about homy." tald the man from California, "why, you people In liulrlar.a don't fcr.ow what henry la. Out in my itate honey Cowa like wter fiora a barrel. All a Ban need to 'art a hive U to go out and play the ircordlcn and be'il have ten swarm bulling about him In less than a min ute. A funny thing happened to me lsrt rpring when I was down oa my orchard near I'aeidi na. I wss weiring a fine silk hat at the time and on day w hen the sun was shining brlgbtl; and the birds were singing and th air was Oiled with the bum ot insects 1 went into a field to fee about setting out a lot of buJdeJ peach trees. As I was walking amcr.g the trees I managed to ir.ag my hat agr.lnst a tret limb and prod a sraall round hole la th crown, and tearing I wculd completely ruin It I placed It on a tree stump and con tinued Biy Investigation with a hand kerchief tUd over my hair. I guess I must hive been out In the field for about thret hours and when I went to get my hat I (aw a bee go into the hole In th top. This kinder surprised ma and I halted. Then another Ik went In and one came out, and while I looked til bo hanged If thert wasn't a continual stream of bee going In and coming out of the hole. Well, I didn't exactly Ilk to pick up th hat and risk being tung to death. So I concluded to get a stick and scare them off. Nary a scare, though, for the tecs kept on coming and going In a steady stream. Finally I called one of my men and explained the situation. II went off and shortly returned with a wad of cr.lton balling, which he faa- bcnils, covered with n applique cf ' tened on the end of a atlck. This ho et contrasting color or draprd plain a? fire to and soon smnse-i tn tee out you wish, fonie have a narrow double 'of the country. Then 1 went for my box plaited trill In the upper edges I hat. W 11. sir. you may believe nit or and other have a dcrn fringe at thr'not, a you wish, but those confound bottom, tut the most bocoml:in belt I PLANT THAT SPREAD QUICK. The Baaatua ThlntU Has Dana treat Injury ta Crop. The dantiellon Is not an old-world flower, sot a native ot America, save far to th north and on om of the highest of our western mountains. says St. Nicholas. Hut somehow ll was brought here, perhaps trora England In old colonial times. Now w e It golden heads and feathery balls at ry grassy roadside, the "clocks" the boy and girl blow to tell the hur, A few years ago farmers In the north west founo a new weed, a vile, prick ly weed. In their wheat fields. In a very short tlm thi weed, the Russian thistle, baa spread over wide acre of the beat farm land In that part ot the country and ha done great Injury 13 tha crops. How do the plant pread so fast and o far? They art not carried about aod planted. No ont would be so toclifh as to sow Husda thistle. The mo:her-danr mtut hav ways of her own for sending her oflf spring abroad Into tte world. liants propagate theaiselve In two way from sed or from bud. Sometimes these bud art borne on slender run ners. A strawberry plant, after It has blossomed, begins to Send out such runners, with buds, unfolding tuft ot leaves, along them. Thrst tuft art at Erst connected with the parent plant, but later lit ruaners between break away and each tuft become a new plant. Many grasses, like tor. null grass and th troublesome quick Of couch grata, hav creeping (terns, each Joint sending out a bunch of roots be low and a bud on th upper tide. IS you try to to up such grasc you on ly make taatlcr worse, for each Joist when cut off ii ready to form aa Inde pendent plant S'Jca grasses (pread very fast a:'.! soon take posse talon ol th land they get Into. shaped wide under the arms and taper down at the back and front. leather belta are all very narrow, and the very lateet noveV la bright strict. The Jaaltra Rnctealiuaa From the Wnehlngton Star. The Janitor had conduced hcf through the building, nnd the seemed altogether dlKpleased with seme of the apartments. "I hope," she tald. "that none of the people here keep dogs." "foment them do," ivplled the truth, ful employe. "Am there any children ?" "Tl.ere ain't no tire of Inalutln' on folks beln born growed up." "The style of the itc-oratlons doenn'i exactly phase me." They're all b-and new, nnd I'm ed bees had actually opened a hive In side ot the beaver and the thing was half filled with horty. I knew Cali fornia was strong oa bees, but that Jint beat my time, and I say again 11 you want to see bee come to Cat if o.' nla." New Orleans Times-Democrat. Tha Calllatae af lr.t Kpeaxl, Th cotllnei of high speed In tall wy train Is shown by tho fallowing tlaterucnt: At sixty miles an hour the resistance ot a train Is tour timet at great as U 1 at thirty mile that la, th fuel mut be four time at great la th on case a It la ba the other. Dt:t at dxty mile aa hour this fuel mum be exerted for a given dintance In half tbt time that It I at thirty miles, t that the amount of power exerted and steam generated In a given period cf time must b eight time a great at the faster cped. Thi meant that the capacity of th" boiler, cylinders and the other part must be greater with a corresponding additica :o the weighs cf the machine. I Heath from K!rtp!af. On the western coast of Africa they i have a lingular aud always a fatal malady which I known at the sleep ' lug disease. The pemon attacked by It la stizi .1 1 h a sensation of drjwslnesj. which continue to Increise In spite of tho effort made to throw It off. Final ly, the patient nicks Into a profouud deep, which cantinues about three week or until d'-ath ensue. The most cut ion fi at ur of the dlht aae I that, aside from drownlne. the patient term n:mh aa usual. The pulse, res- afr.il.l the Itmllord wouldn't rhange' ,ra,ll,n an'1 trmpernttire are normal. ivtune no may vv eaatiy aroaaea ami "IVes anybody la the building play nourishment and answer the piano?" qtiestitm In n natural manner. New "No. ma'am: hut two or three neoola ork I res. !. lenrnin'." T atot Oeeaa UreyhoaaaU To bring a great ship going at full tpeed to a lundetill Is not th work ot a minute. To stop the Etrurla, whose displacement It i.iO ton, hore-powf 14.321. and peed 20.13 knots aa hour, two minute and forty-seven tecondi are required, and during the process ol (topping th ship will for,e ahead I.tul feet, or nearly half a mile. Tha Rnltaa's ( hane. The cablefram was marked "V. 8.," Its contents didn't ecars llm "What will you take for Tfty ta'.ltj Oa 'How to Kc.n a llaremT " Cleveland I'laln IVaVr. "That's too bad. I dislike noltes. l'ikaaoaea It. X.'ti'kc 1 he.-ir.! a Iirette enmntlment It a very nl. e place In many re.pects; , jar.lUrii ,. ,,., t0.(liri SlJl!W.,. but dogs bark nnd children cry and(,kg My, h(l IUV,-.!l!H., ,hB krt wh.rn piano. Jangle, and I'm very particular, , .,.,.,, nr, m.-k.-Thaf. f-t about deeoralliin." "Well, ma'am, there' only one thing I can say." "What I II r "You can't expect to rent heaven for tlxty dollar( a month." Tha Matrk I, off. "Good gracious," ho tried, "wan that a rooster I heard crowing then?" "Vet," she hul l, "but don't hurry away. The people around her won't be up for en hour yet You'd never know be had any.-Transcript. -Doataa A Timely agfaitaa, Eexton (from tho vestry roam) IV. ni.tnk Dr. Wank tho church I on fire! IV. Wank (from tho pulpit)-Very Well. William: t will retire. IV?t,apj you'd better wake up the eongrt yatlan. Mea. (iewia I aaaea a henaatloa. Mr, Mary llrost. a wealthy wldov A FEW DO S. c r- Ve,t ,i h- i a .i... v.. of lru. 111 . 61 year oM. and Edward fca an educated rooster that crowed ! Vr,"U;,- !V7 'J- h"! ever, night at h,!f pa.t U, and, fn "'" coutte. the niatth le od. n,-u''J"- To, when taking your ' treat her like your txt girl. Po, when taking the cMliri an alrlns? nn Knnt.iv liu.h a til ested. I'hj com to the theater late. c.ijie.Mal ty when you have ai. In tho mid iic cf the row. Do, when Interviewing actresses af ter lapse of ten years tell them Ihcy look younger than ever. Do, when purchasing perfume for cook, buy a good quality. You will bt th one to aufJer for It If you d n L Do. when It Is your g:rl s birthday, rmemt-r It l'-a a r'"iiL C.h.r wia h ta likely to transfer b. r sf lection ta the other Miow. Do, when dltileg at the rv-taura-.. help your!f to all the t'H.tl.;.i u.t th taMe It will sate yo ir lum.'-y. New Yoik World. 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