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V 7 1 ch V a. "sv. V K BM W1 "T1i I shame for Dire girl at Mary llallett to g with a worthless, hlftle. fellow like Dert llllir Mi IUyniorid win very murh In earnest. I'd tar aimethlng to her. only girl re ucn fool, li might be worse than ta keep attll. She look II tired out bow. lth her work and worry at horn: how will he Utok when ahe'i married to a druukardV" "Ifa an awful pity." ald her neigh bor, and a Jack Raymond ped through the room alio glanced curious ly from mother to aon. She"hoiight. "I giiea Bert Hill ain't much worse than your hoy." What he sold wn. "That" real pretty rloth you're work ing on. Jack went up the hill behind the hoiiM till he ram to a spot where the April aun ahone warmly tinder pine treea. He dropped upon the needle core rd ground, pulled hla hat over hl yea. and calmly finished ihe nap which hla mother'a Indignant protest bad dla turned. Tha wind blew aoftly among the plna branrhea. file and wasp crept Into the aunllght, bluettrda ang. and far orerhead a hawk (ailing on steady wlnga fried rruelly. At length Jack tlrred. removed the hat from hit eyei, and aat np. He hitched along on the round till he got hi back again! a tree, trunk. He gaied out upon the aprlng landicap meditallv.'y. Then hla llpa began to more. He waa talk ing to himself, Inaudlhly. "If a shame for aorh a nice girl a Mary llallett to go with a worthiest, ahlftleaa fellow like Tlert Hill. Ye, that'a ao. It ought to be atopped. Talk ing won't do any good. Something' got to lie done. I uripoe I might undertake the Job." He grinned slight ly at Ihe thought. "It would be a good Idea to go Into missionary work, and I'm aure that la a good ratine - to rearue Mary llallett from Bert. She nice little girl, and It would lie a pity for her to marry him. Ilert doesn't even treat hla mother well what would he do to Mary?" He straight ened up almoat energetically. "I vow I'll do It," he tald. Then he meditated again. "Wonder If I can?" h tnued, doubt fully. He felt In a pocket and took out amall, round mirror. He gazed In It earnestly. He took off hi hat and brushed hi blonde hair btrk from his forehead; then he g.ive a mlle of af fectation whlrh allowed hla white teeth; theti he put the mirror back l:i bla pocket. There wa a look of con fidence In bli blue eye. "(iue you'll do." he said, "flather a Hi I nut you, being light, though; but where there' a will there's a way." He frit up and a'arted down the hill. " "Half way he paured. "Suppose ahe abotibl fall In love with me, and then 1 13b" . 'lip AHE Bl'Cll KOOIA I'd have to go back on her and break ber all up? It lan't' likely, to be mire, but what If it ahould happen?" There waa a rueful paue then he ald, "The end Jostlfle the mean," and went on down the hill. Although Jack' friend maintained that he would be all right If he only kept out of bad company, the general opinion waa that he and Dert were bout evenly matched for worthle neii and hlftlene. And when Jack began to go to llallett', people a!d, "0. dear! Two of them!" They con tinned to be ahlftle; but It was re narked that, unlike Dert. Jack had giv en up drinking. "You'll hve to atop that," Jack had told himself. "Tbl" I gulng to lie a aharp game, and you can't afford to muddle what brain you've gut." Some young men would have begun the campaign by going of mi evening to rail on Mnry, but Jack's methods ere different. It wa Monday morning, Jut a Mary wa rkrrylug a banket of clothe Into the yard, that Jai k appealed on the scene. He greeted ber cheerfully, then went and look the clothe line from her "I'll put thin up," lie laid, and he pull ed It tight and fistcned it firmly "Now, you give tin- the dig thing'1 to hang up," he eaiJ. "I ian't do any thing with handkerchiefs and mi h Ilk , but I'm Rrc.it on alien an. I table clothe." Mary laugh-d. i-'lie was too surpiia ed to object, und III a short Hum the clothe were all hung on the line from their nol.e. Wt t went t get them, or when he brought them back, he alway found aoma litUa thing to do to help her. Then on RunJay he dreated with mutual rare, looking remarkably freab and clean, too, and went to church and Sunday school. Afterward h walked home with Mary, holding ber aunahad over her carefully all the way. Mr. llallett atald at bom with tht children Sunday, and It wa rather tiresome for him. So when be aw Jack coming he brightened up and aak ed him to May to dinner. Jark con vened, much to Mr. Hallett'a satlafae t ten. and the rr"'ren' bolsfeioua de light. Mary'a father deirly loved 13 talk, and .ljk appeared to enjoy lis tening cijually well. After dinner Mr. llallett went IntJ the aittlng-rooui and fell asleep In b'. cluir. hl Jack lnlted on wiping the dlhe fur Mary. The children warm ed nloui him and got In hla way, till he decided that they were aa bad a rats, ai.il he'd have to prlnkle them r.d tee If they would clear out then. When the dii.he aere done and Mary had taken off her apron Jark began to notice !pn of uneirinea in her manner. "About time for Ilert," he ald t hinuelf, then aloud; "I should think you'd go rry with thee noliy yo-.mjr-ster around all the time. I'm going to take them aaay and you ran rest. InMeeid of working a you uiually do." Pown the road they went, and they wee hardly nut of lrht In one direc tion before Ilert Hill appeared frorr the other, lie. too, wa dreeed with particular care, but though there w no denying that he waa hndomer than J.ick there wa a certain rH to hi' Jaw ami a kind of flercene In h: dark eves which were not prepossess ing. Thee aoftened hen he greeted Mary, and he became agreeable. lint Mary, fnr snm reason, felt tin-csf-y and hoped he would not k where the ihlldrcn were. She nUo dreads their return. What would Ilert ray when he siw Jack? Hut when the children came It was quite late, and Jark did not appear. Mary got them breid and butter, fir ahich they cbmored vociferously, and then at llert'a request walked up an! down the road with him fr half an hour while he smoked a stronr rlgar. After he had gone she slg'ied wearily She felt dissitlsflel with herself; and the children, as she put them to bed, Irritated her by their constant re petition of Jack' name, tenter si snt in her own room and cried. Iiecane she was tired, she tild hernelf. Slie had not reached that state of mind, h!ch came only a few weeks luter, hn he cried from perplexity and Indecision ns li the course she should l ike. She had honestly sup posed hcrrrlf In love with I'ert. and i: ! took lit r mute time to find out her ' mlntnke. I When Ilert e.irned what wna gnlns ' on betwen the llallett and Jack h was In a towering rage lie met Jack one nlg'it and stopped short before him. blocking the any. "What do you mem fuolins around Mary llallett, then?" Ilert ra'sed h! vole e. "Have I ever Interfered lth yo't' llnve I ever been In your ay?" de maniled Jack. "Xo. and you'd better not." Herl threatened. "You'll lie the line to suffer," re torted Jaik. "uiiIcj yon are more s.ibei iban you ure now." Th it night Ji k held earnest con sultation with himself up In the dark ness of the pines. He applied many uncomplimentary epithets to hlme.f. "How cold I be so base aa to start In on thl thing? To ko to work de liberately to get a girl away from nn other fellow, with the drm Intention of giving her up when I'd done It! r waa vile. And how has It come out? It ha come to thl) l hat If she re fuse to marry me I shall be the mo't miserable man alive, ami will richly deserve It, loo, for being so contempt ibly n.enn." "You've got to try and be half goon enough for her now," he said. "And you'll have to work harder to do It than you ever dreamed of woiking before." PRESIDENT ANDRADE. NEW CHIEF MAGISTRATE OF VENEZUELA. tie lleeenilf Hureeetlrd ta the lllb OSnr Ahli t illed by firm. I respu -! Uae ml Ihe H'l'uMlr's .relsl liewornilfc t1 HE four yean' r o n a t I t utlonal period of the pres idency of the re-iiilll.- of the I'nlt ed S'ates of Vene. XUela ended the other day, and President Hen. ! tiaclo Andraile tir ceeded (len. Joa aulu Crespo. who the presidential rliair INDIAN CONNOISSEURS. Hew aeaslble j" waua Wva Thslr IAVlnHlsK. "It waa lntere:ing to nota tha wa In which th Indian looked upon early afttler around here." said th Kan sas old timer, a he lapsed Into remi niscent mood. ' Each white family a It arrived and et about tha taek of making a home In tha great American desert aaa acrutlulied and passed up on, favorably, or otherwise, by thtsa original Inhabitants' very much aa a ntwromer nowaday la talked about and estimated by the good people of anv little town In whiih he make I I . - 1 : .a unnr.iranr. To mirp. iii'iiai. jTOBE AGYPSVQUEEX. ' ROMANIES WILL CROWN A BEAUTIFUL CIRL. JUSTICE IN THE KLONDIKE. Jlora In .laslrta. This Vuaac Waauaa tautriu Her Molher Trlhesitulll l.slhsrlni from Arar la Altea4 tha (oraaallua lesllilssksl II K of i , , -. . ee-- .,-; .. .J i i j a a ue V" ''-. fc'l - In Top. ka - ' -- i i i. s'andard were a little bit pe-ullar. b it U .' ') lias ably filled for that period. Many thine In the public ami pri vate life and character of the president-elect especially fit him for the place he I to fill. He is the son of one i f Ihe most distinguli lied general of the war of Yrneiuelan Independence; from hla early life he ha been devoted to the army and the political life und activities of hi native land, while tilt ability, foiiran. honty, magnanimity and bieidth uf mind have lalsel him through a urrs;on of leva's I pi si tion to the presidency of the lepiibll-. As rresidcrt f t,, ,lai(. f Zulu dur- i irg a very rritli al pcricul. tlen. An lin le ; d'spiayed qua'itica that won for htm I the admiration r f all. I'-votlng him- ; self to pabi'r prnsreiis. and rr fully : guarding the puMlr finances, his ml- ; mln.itration gave to the citizen i.f ih state peace md liberty, dm. Andride as a rartblpant and prominent flu me in the h" ; :. 1 leal revolnticn e l by Oen. Joaquin Crespo against tbe UMirpatlon of powr by lr. Andue.ti Paliclo. In this war t'.en Andrade d s tlngulshed himself and ur"n the tri umph of his rauxc was appointed pr n dent of the state of Mitanda the irnc Important 'ate In the federation H-re he had another opportunity to demon strate hi nhllttlcB as nn a lmln's rat r. and he ehoncl bim;e:f r.n.ie than ri - 1 to all the requirements of the poi:ln. He was so admired by all parties that when the time came In I?' lo rhoe a successor to the presidency of th" re public, the candidacy of (len. Andrie demanded In a manner th.it left they applied them la ni'K'h the uoi spirit of egotism that we d- our owp. For example, when we started West my mother, who wa pre-eminently a sensible woman, who did and ho re frained from doing thing nn'-V on go d and sufficient reason, soon w that th long full skirt In vosue at the tim? had little to recommend them fr m an emigrant 'a point t.f view an I adopted a garment ronlftlng rf a medium abort skirt and anh-iai.i I I pantalettes, which she fond quite tollable and per sisted in wearing throiiKh cveial sub sequent changes of fashion. Now. n few day after my father had complM- ' ed the cabin which a our first home ; In Kansas band of Indians from a ; nelchboring ramp called on m for pur ! pose of Inspection, as I have already i said was their custom, and. Incidental" I ly. to trade fur or lief er, beg any ar ' tide among our belonging wh'.-h j might strike their fanrt. My mother . as. as usual, tlreised In her 'utility' garment and this tmn lauKht the cyei ' ft the Indians. ho Immediately, amid ' a gieat Jabbering of adm'ration, notn ' ituted h" r the "white rq iaw' and from that time nn showed our household ! many marks of esteem a preferment which had Its drawbirk" IVMV- THE CARE OF PFARLS. I ten a Mrnp ef l.emonsle Is SulW. ten lo Kill II Tllrlr iimnra. Ameriian girls ate (ml of pearls and have no superstitious fears that tbey mean "t'srs." It imy not be known to the posse'sor of these gems that pearls ale regarded f "well" or "111" from a Jeweler's point of vies, sir the Philadelphia Record. I.Ike human beings, they require fre?h air to keep them alive. In other words, they must be worn and not remain to long In a closed case. Judges of pearla SV f !S Romany band gypsies will uew queen on May It will be a nn, st unusual event f o r t h e V n 1 1 ed Stales, and num bers lit tin' baud from eery state In the union and from foicUn countries a e will be preaeut at tbe rornn-itlon. thousand gypsU are expected IJ :tn? tlir ceremony. The yo'ing que. n will reach her 2"th icar on that day. and a a law of the ribe picie.llie that a sovereign must rot be crowned before attaluins that :.ce the coronation could not take place bi f ir that date. Shi I known is Molly Stanley, or. more properly. Molly St.ickovl.ih..and her mother, the old queen, wa Sofia Fryer, and for nver forty year reigned as head of the Koinany tribe n Austria. She died Kiei.-il c'.ij nso. and a the baud of vhli h lie c'!tii5 riiecn h a member vt mi Ms tt.iv Tope! a when word f her ilci'li was received. It was de cided to camp there until t-pring and ! h"M the coronation ccrein ui.c in that city. The frown tint was placed on the bead of 'ijuien Sofia" over t' ycits Is ow oil Its way to Toprs to l e p'aced on '' bead f her only d.uulit' r. It Is a massive crown of cold, s"i !d'-1 lh li'iiro poheniian garnet of tr-'it rnr:h. and lias luen in the Itoiiiiny r.l e fi r hundreds of years l-Vth'T 'l.ili Mitrovtcli if t'blai;-. the only p.'iivtny prlft In the I n t' I .-' ei. 'Mil ptrfottu t'ae n t matioii icremonv, and M:s Minnie Yimnus. aUo of Chi r.i;o. a cousin of tbe our-K que.-n. will bave tln boner i f laclK the crown nn tb bead c f tlie I iviplci. The rnrontb n w ,!l t.Ve place ill soma woodt:d l i r the city, ,-r.d for a week r.f'erward f.ftli!iia will cci'iti"e In Inter of the ev.nl. It will be the rrrltcst wiek In the hi'toiv :'f 'he It'.ip.nv tr't-e-a tribe that da'es Its lo the tin..' of the ! uirui stloua'.'ly the tribe l:i the wor'.l lis s'ie l.i now c.ille I tins oi'intrv but e:i!it months, anil is unable to ;cik a word cf KngbMi. Her h'l-'.uiid. t;u.-.tav 'anly "r .-'t.u kov i'cli. ti whom li 1 was marr.'d Pi P. Iwd. 'e. I.I . li.. j ninths it. n t as her Interpreter, nnd a he r.'riivrvl cor.siib i able cdn- I cation i;i a in. r:c..n si noo.s ioiuuh. hue fioiu Au-strU whm a small boy l.ynrh law Already lha Resort f..e Tea Uhlng I rime. Judae Lynch bold court la all part of Alaska and the Klondike district. He haa already aeiit to death oeveial murderer. HI first victim waa "Poc" Jannor. a cowboy, who hol and kill ed two men at Valdeg bay, J. 2. Ta&ner. who wa a very quarrelsome person, and had a reputation aa "bad man." made himself no obnoxloii to the other members of the party that they determined to let blin o. He became eniai;ed, and one evening " fall and !.e., his victims, were lr ltK their rliMhes in their lent, Tanmr kill ed them. A Jury wa selected from among the mitten and prospeetora encamp. d at Valdei bay; Tanner was j tried, convicted and hanged. lb fore the ro;e .as drawn taut, he acknowl ; eilne.l hia KUilt pud said he was glad I he ba I killed his victims. This pic- t in- as drawn from a sketch made , by a pi. ieiiur who Is now at Valdei. i lay. It iIiok the tent In which the men were murderi d. Judge Lynch' I eond victim was Kd Pay. bartender I nt Skaguay. lie murdered I'nlted State. Marshal Ilowan and Klwarl M. t:r;itti. Wbatevir may have caused VETERAN CRIMINALS. MOTHER HUBBARD'S" CAREER OF CRIME. LONO -1 "1r j- J-.-.'a ' I . . r .'.I- Vrrare I iel P' nnnl,, at: I FM'V i,'k:i Molly." 'ia ' een 111 m'i:nk Dp Tin: .vritii:u. tlie ttoiible, M. ii 1th It apt " an, left tbe ril.i u af'.T having been badly b.at.n ly I ay, suing tlie bartender p i.iiiIi ihtai.d that he would bint from lilin a.iln. if - went about the vIKhkc. nine t.ty, i lo'. ,s i in tig to borrow wco n. No one would b tnl him lilt l:i a I. I'le wbil- he nut ll-.'.van rouble a one. Marshal To the latter he related his Cowan h id Jus' b ft his Tt -v tVi iiOTiT ft I Jl r'i: liKN ir.NAl'10 AMiIlAPK President of Verejuela. no doubt of hi being the choice of the lountry. When the votts we:e couu: cd it was found that the demand had From that night It wa notlcel tha. ratified by an extr..on!ltuiy nia a change had corns over Jam nay niond. A time went on he could no longer he rslled shirtless He waa working .hard, and people began to speak of him as "John." He continual to call nt HalWts", but Pert' visit had suddenly reaed. ll wns in September that Jack asked Man- nn Important queitlon ns th"y were walklnc home from church. Marv nnswirrd wlilh a "Yes." and then Jark. with some hesltatllon and confusion confessed his original p'ot. "Iio you suppose you cm ever for give tne'" he nked at the end Mary spoke so low thlt he hid to bend bis heail lo bear "I should have been grateful to you nf'er aw bile for sating me from him. even If vou hsd n i rome in cart anything for me yourrelf." f.x. an tell by looking nt them whether the gem Is "iui ldo" (clear and healthy) or whether It I beginning to lie an Invalid. Kxpert talk of pearl "dy ing," they sometimes becoming dis colored and turning black. A black pearl may be a handsome stone, but it has not the evanescent rainbow sug gestions to be seen In a milky or rosy a great deal about pearla. wear their j necklaces and "ro;ins" constantly. This gives them Ihe light and nlr re quired by the mysterious formations, and yet lliey nre not evpnsed to the ihame.s of discoloration by being touched w Ith ai id. It In easier to keep pearls in fair condition when they ar set in a lacepln or In necklaces It Is hard lo care for tli'in In a fliiRcr rlns. One must lie careful to remove them not onlv In wnshlni the hnnds. but Jorlty. The Judgment rf the people wa that the times and circumstances of the country demanded a mm like flrn. Andrade as It executive, i man i i.i.. rrM from h.ite libera! of high abilities, respecting the opinions I I '"I Italia,, women, who know of others, and devoted to th progre-s of hla country. We was elected on the llemocratic ticket. The new piesidint has sonic (lill'u til lies aliFsd of him III l' c incllltig il IW enies of opinion, but he hue Ihe g I fortune to pcHscss a gr-at di al of tar:, sufficient to blend suci s f ally thnc di verse good elements and miifnim hN government lo the necessities of tlie country. Venezuela needs before nil nn ndmluls'iatlon thai will throe- I'-' j ,nry ),, ,.v,.r pB wrn there energies toward a vlsorous (in gre. sie rrnnpu's iry Insiiranee In e.rws. The first report of the operations of , tbe coiiipiil.-ory Insurance law in Nor- way ha Just been published, covering I Ihe p-rliid from July 1, W'. when the I law went Into oeration. to Pec. Ill, s:u;. 1'mployers In Irndes entailing and 1 r'sk to life ate forced to p.iy premiums ! Jsck had put ihe cloth" pole n u "Now, IT you've got any troulon young brother and slater you'd like 10 gei rm oi ii-oiporsriiT. n;, jus: , r(,, end m along. Ill take rnariie or Ihem and deliver tbem safely over to you at noon " "O. If ynu would," sild Mary. "They are eo fretful this Miornlng. and In my wav ail the time " It was slth a i'g!i of relief that a few in'iin'is later ; bp ran .lack cud to the government and from this a fund I eatablisiird. Funeral benefits ute pal l In case of death, with pension to the widow, nnd an allowance for hlld until It shall become la vears of a?e. In ease of permanent illsab'enient the employe receive fit p( r tent of his far'y earnings as n pi ii .iotl. tog I her W illi the uist of me Hi el u'lendaiice. 'Ihe whole of the pieioiiitii for liisittai.il' Is paid by the i in plover, the rale In lug fixed u pro- ... I III I ... .U.. U to III w.'.is uili aun in me movement, the ilevelopnieni oi ner iw i natural lewource. the vlr.oiou prose, j rutlon of public works, nnd the foder- ; ing of a national sentiment nlong these lines of development. This di-.ie. Vei- ; eiuela will take n high place In th- U tsrhood of Atnerl. n:i republ'cs mei-. ! lean are Interested In tbe materia! j progns and political hecitrity of Ven ; rmc'.a, a the bonds of cotiinierclal re latlonti are b-lng drawn more closely everv day. and all ncqualntcd wlih the abllltlc and progre.rlve spirit of Pr s- Ment-elert Andrade nre ronn.ieni ui.u hi government will mark nn the development of Vcm zitcla. eta In I., t. .. Im.v I .Ill u..u.. a. ...... I i the road. She rot her work along ! . e of .cldenl and I lak connected bravely, and t..-' a dinner wga with th work cirned ou.--lh Naw ready nnd her f rher hid ri me In Jack ' Time. true to his pt nmle. left the th.A ( h I ; ' Arn si tbe drvnp and w ent home w-ith- I out Hopping to apeak. Tbe chlb'.un save glowing account of their walk. "And Jick'i folng ta make "J " ,n nMI windy day." th'y ended. Nearly eve" day after that Jack tock the children off Into the wood tvad UwiJ. giving Mary vacation A a-oirre of Comfort. Ttuih: ?ui..;.irr x'u.torYcu must lire 111 of comfort in winter from that great fl;eplar. (iretn Mountain -Wal. you e, w tfon't hev much time. I tn b iy t hopping wood for It niott of the lime, an' Johuuy h'a buiy luggln' It lo. an' Ma she' busy put tin' ll on tht fir. Ianer In lilios. Tha celluloid I'ltiis use.) in the veil scope and vltascop.' imi be the soun of extreme danger if t aieinlly guarded. Celluloid is extn lii.-iv ex plosive nnd liillul.ini able and u spark may set It off with nu-t leir.li.- t" sillls. It would seenl that son hi-r material si Id 1 l,,,M " ('"' 1,11 I'"' pose where Intense light nn I h"i! ni' mploycd. Kven the hai tub looking drrssliig romb may enluigT life if. while my ndy I making her toilet, iba bring It too near to the lle.lit. In many homea celluloid artlcici ate atrlclly prohibited for thi reason. Ki peclally ahould thl be noted Win I B thfrt are children who cannot under staud the necessity for extreme pn: dence. v I likelihood of being touched by food or drink. About a month ago the owner of a beautiful pink pearl worn In a finger ring waa nlnrnied to find the stone was darkening and becom ing covered with an opaque dark crust. She took It to her Jeweler, who premium ed It a mse of "scale." He told her the dellrn'e substance hid leen In contact with some acid and a she Insisted tills had not happened lie reminded her that a drop of lemon ade would be sufficient to do ti e mis chief. Fii then remembered drinking lemonade while the ring wa on her ungloved hand. The only remedy for scale is n removal of a whole layer of the pearl. This Is nn excessively deli cate business, which should he done by nn expert workman mid cover under taken bv npiirentbe hands. It Is a costly buslue:.s mil leduci J the Ue , and value of the pearl that must un ' ileigo the operation. JIOLI.V. In performs his part well. Queen Mob ' ly I shy in the presence of stran-ers 'nnd while holding nn audience sits Oriental fashion on the carpet of her j tent Willi lie i- eye now -m-asi. nm uu i like the manner of a bashful American i sdiool-glrl. Her kln is of a dark ! olive tint, and her face Is III by a pair i of bright, black eyes that sparkle In conversation, ll.-r hair Is J. t Ida ); and worn on the top of her hc-t I, with bang over her forehead. In her ears dangle KukIMi Rold pieces, ami about her throat Is n necklace of American silver dollars. On her finner are two heavy gold band rlnga and a set ring :f turquoises urrim'cd in the form of i horseshoe. A dis luet sear on the bit cheek fi'lm what mars the appear nr.ie of ll.e voting 'ivi icign. I: is the i ..suit of a burn received while liyini: as i child about a camp fire in her na tive land. While not l i' tty. the youtis lucco-flict la a uui type of tho gypsy race. Riiecn Moliy la as iuni in itikiii i ob is as t'ue liumbit'at mciuhir i f her tribe, and ill ber dress red is her f.i wiille nib r. !tn.:s if varied Inn riiameiit 'lin Il.l'riorof the let ts, nnd tbe ii, veil. ts und rllio that.! of tl:t toval bul an altm -t Inibinc In tbe . I is'lltm -1 l'f theil' color:.. When t'le o'-m: n'li-i li I' -I' s In r li lit i be In ai iably wears a In ikM-coi I hund- l i H hu f on l.i r In ad. and win n she make a 'rip "f any di'itnnee alwivs ll.b's n Mil. ill piebald piny which sh" bto'i.bt v:Mi her to thl ciiiititrv. 1 he old (p:. en w as very Indulgent vi'h In r only daui-hter, ami allnwed ber to 'lavel tbro u h the dirTcrcnt o.otifi. . 'ha' th" Poinany ttlbe In dablts. foil-C'liieu ly the jo'ing sover eign has ir'teted nevcral language. "iiioiih tlKt:i Herman. I'niich nnd SpBIll.-ll. home, vlieie his w f bad Just become A in. Hi, cr. He wished to return with a . doctor, but. nevertheliss. reluitantlyi arce, to asit the aggrieved man. saying ' 1 11 go with you nnl we will ; sie wliat we ran do" To the theater ' both VI t A: tliey enl.-ied tl.e door' i f lb- ta'iMi'i conn), t- I witll the j tbeter F.t took a os'ioti behind a j faro table and without a word opened fre Mi ill ith fell to the floor, inor , tally woiin!..!. The bullet fiotn a re volver p'tiett a'e.l his abdomen. Pay flr. d a M'-ond slu. I. this time bunging ' down Kowan. Tbe latter was shot in tbe al dotin n ami fell, but managed to teach tbe clli. e of Pr. Moore, w here lie died wiihln half an hour. Fav made bis es. ape. but latir snrr nd'-rnl upon tlie rnml.tlon that l.e should be given an impartial l."rltig Intense exi Ite- ; ment nnd lii.litriiatioti followed the 1 news of tlie trageilv, whl, h spread over 1 the town with amiitig lapidity. A mats melting wns called. MaJ J. A Stmrg. a newspaper man. presided At thla meeting a trial Jury computed ' of fapt. Tanner. Mr. Willis. II P. Cray. Ira Co"ht. M I'-ebe, Col t tslier, j A. T. ltrown and Peter Annenre, was selected This Jui y condetntied Fay to death, and lie was hung GETTING EVEN WITH HER. This happened in Philadelphia The huge hat of the sweet young lady In tbe seal bef.ue b in hid bothered the Philndelplila young man very much. He ciiublu'! see tbe stage nt all. and his lino I mouey was bringing him In no return, lb- was a very patient young man. and be hesitated a long while he fore he finally decided that forbear ance had le.isrd In be a virtue. I'.vrn then lie was very gentle. He simply leaned over nnd pol'tcly said: "Will you please remove your hit, miss? I can't see the stage" Site only tossed ber head. She had come there quite ns nun h to sl ow off thnt hat ns to see the play. She didn't say so, but that was evident. The young man sat bark in his sent nnd thought hud. Fltuliy lie got up and went out. There was A vacant he it m fmi't of the young wo mini, and when the curtain nr.ise on tin- next tut tin- young ni in returned and slid Into that seat. He hid bor rowed a woman's hat sonn w here. It (i lip:-eil by several di .'Ices of latitude that worn by th" yo'it.r, woman behind him. II" put that on his bead and "V "w reu" While lha M't VeaeraMe Tea" Maa and Thief In Ihe I ailed Stales He Is Alsa lleiaeea l lghly and Mnely leant Illd. MOTHKR Hubbard" Is the oideat Worn an rrlmlnal In the lulled States UA) , 1 and "Pop" White. A"-"rVK claims the dlstlnc- tlon of tiring tlie patriJich i.f the masculine light fliivercd fr.ilerulty. 'M tli.r" llubban' !s M irjn i Id and ihe lust time she was sent lu the Clilra o Ideiitlfl. atlon hurra I. Mi' I'va'is, the i fficlul hotograi her, look n rouple of pictures of the m.il'iit dune, hut di.l not have her measured, ns s!n was o shrunken nnd old that ber criminal lareer seemed aim, is; endel. Ma'gare! Drown la "Mother llublnrds" rcul name, and she received the nickname becjitte she Invariably run a long circular cloak lined with l cketa in which she bide her plunder, fur she Is one of the most suciessful and n li.rioit plikpockets and slmplifters In ! the rnuiitty. She Is nn expi rt In riMIni, ailrhrls, and her pet scheme is woo ing railroad stations and sior.s. It la ln r habit to sit down ill a (eat t ext a valise, carelessly drop n corner of her cloak over It and under ibis cs.ver gen tly unlock the satchel, c it i n' t the valu ables, close It again and s'roll away, leaving, the owner to d. -ovir the Ins, liver twenty years ngo lie was sent to Juliet for three je.irs ai d lu attempt ing to make her escape by Jumpitis out i.f the window i.h" fell out of the tower and was so terribly lujuird that she wa lio expicte l to live, II .-sever, nft.r her disihaie In ImI she rou lit, in, I her operations and hat ep.,it r.lly nrvn! time in t'liimgo, lll.i'k- ell'i. island. New York, nnd the house f correction in Huston and o'.her eit m I Hies. "Pop'' White, who Is kt.own to the police as J lines lluss' II, Pop Allen nnd pop White. Is between eighty and nine Iv yeais old and ha., spent one tliltd of bis life In Jails n:i l pctiltentiarie He Is clever bank and ho'el t.llef and . onfldciu e man. nnd ha served time for steillng everything from a pair of u Issor to I'.'t.oin I.Ike "Mother I Int bnrd" he hangs .irnutid railway sta tions and l a.s a penchant for i .it.hels In bis )oiingir divs he was nn exrep i tonally su.cis-ful confidence man, auJ one of his litest explol's was with Nell Peter on in 1 '2 He met linn .it the Ptiii ago s Northwestern dep il, ill t'ltliiigo, ami nfn i roaie conversa tion the two men w.tit to a sjI'hui for a dili ',. It wa th" old game An ac roti:; In rufbe.l In linoiinrir.g rtnt A i.il load of pcil'iiilile produce wis on tin- truck, tut cull not be move I un til tbe lift w iloltiis charge Wire paid "Pop" Whl'e Inn! nothing bit a Un'e louse i lung" and a i lie. k fir f';!.T on be I'liloti l ank of I! ... iies'er signed by Smith t l'o of llm lii sf.-r. N Y. He apl ;-.!.. I In P' til son, ofT'illig lha Hole in evibciige for a tininiraiv loatt of I'.'i wbi'h the gullible giang-r ruiolly granted onlv to find t!,e paper ti'.n.iiutelv wortbliss rop'" While wns In i li r'l ntly a niurdi n-r. for be robl ed il in .1 n ill P. niis h anu of uo i. The p n.r fi '.low die. I of gm f. as I lie money was tlie sin lugs of a life time. ' Mn'h.r Hull. aid'' nnd "Pop" White have liti I a long nnd dishonor aide career Hiclr aged face hang III every rogms' gallery In the I'nited r)i JSv "V? t" af'. Vvs.v'-S' sj Teli iliuiies In Snellen. 'I be telephone industry ni Svvtdeu is n gov 1 1 iiuieiit i . 1 1 1 1 . . i ' and is aim. is; as lOlnpb le as Is tlie postal Kvstrin 'Ihe whole tntwoik Includes nt pie, en! 2.ouO. .'Iiiti lliiited over abuiit li '0 Ftntlt.ns li.;.' the population I about 5. W). 0(o. There at only about l.w mles in t!i rnuntey, the mher Wt stntlons being in villages nnd town. Th'-re Is siarrely any factory la Swe den which esiin-'t communicate wlti er.y other. Iiirlulie I Sieiiileil In 1 nliiie t a-liluii. Dlic of the wealth 1 0; uii.l biielie.x society wnu.ell of New York has n i rail)" Income of fJ'.uii) above Inr I nn'st cxtinvagt.nl nerds nil.l she feels she miiit gi ; ltd of It and Ix-uellt bet fellow men. so i. Me i . pen. t- It till on hot house inprs at v"i a pi. nnd, which .tn Ml.de ' !.t?iiltals ami slums Minis tcr.i and soi lal ret itiui i.s have pleaded lu vain vvlllt In r. but she nigites keen ly. lieslib'N tbe siupn.-.e ami pleasure Ihe grapes give the ill nnd dvlng slie raliul ites the i not nious amo'in! of employment guru m s'lrdenets. clerks and iiicstrngeis, wlio otherwise would be out of work. A t'ma'.ly when a woman begin her missionary work on man iht lose the root of her Influence over him. A word tn the wlrked 1 nflleient--If vmt e.ll him a Par. 9 Hi; HAP linltlttiWKP A WOMAN'S II AT. awali.il ib veil pineiits The young la dy became liulignniit nlol called the usher. The latter iiotiibd Ihe young mall l bul he'd have lo remove the hat or himself. He piot"stei, but wa litially ejected from the theiler. He itow threatens to sue Ihe malinger of the theater, which l one of the prom inent plnylioiises in Philadelphia. ka v,.,-"M4 j - . '.MtiTHEH lirilllXDP' ANI "IMP" whiti: Stt'.lci and th"lr livis are a part of the criminal history of nearly every greil lty. Ht TOOK A LONG SMOKE. Ingll.liu.su I on. .one. I I Igluy-sia ( tear In Nine lltinrs. A gentleman well known In turf dr ibs mad" u C irlous wager in the year 1m.ii. in which he bucked himself to enioke one pound weight of strong for eign ngallaa within twelve hours, says Pearson's Weekly. The conditions were that the cigars shun!. I bo smoked one at a time to within an Inch of the end, the backer of time, as In the case of some pigeon mat. lies. Hulling the weeds. I lie mat. ll was decided on a lliallies steamer plying between lam i. on and Chelsea, the smoker taking up a position well forward in tlie hows, where lie caught the force of the lireexe that wa blowing. The cigar ran lull to the pound, so that about eight an hour bad lo lie consumed to I win the wager. A start wns made at j 10 o'clni k In the morning and the af fair was finished after 7 In the even ' lug. lu the course of nine hour and I twenty minute righty-six cigar were I fairly smoked, - the greatest number consumed being in the second hour, when the smoker disposed of no fewer thnn sixteen. At the elghty-slxtll ci gar, when fourteen only remained to be smoked, the bnckej- of ti ne gave in, Uniting that tlie smoker ivm bound to win, nnd the latter puffed the remain der away at his IcKne u tbe oaurse of Ihe same evening. The winner sub siqnently ib-.l.lled that be had not ex perienced tbe slightest difficulty or ill. plensuiitiic' during the whole time he was blowing off Ibo wee.ls. The only refreshment taken during the progresa of the match was a chop at 2 o'clock the eating of which oniipled twenty minutes, and a gill and a half of brandy tn cold water at Intcrvalj lliroitsheul the dny. Hellglnns I tenement l ril Hint. A a result of the Intense rellgloul A new milk can for ds.aleri' tut haa j rvvl that haa Uo In progreu for recess In Ihe center of th bottom. Into which the dipper exactly flta, to force the ml!!; out and cause l to drain into the dipper to empty the ran wltu out tipping It tip.. soma time at Marion Center, Pa., Mr. Thompson Hays, a farmer, rged 3 VsMwa, haa become vlolent'y Iniane, Ha bel'evca that he ha romtrtred t'-e unpardonable aln.