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K FIRST BLOOD OF WAB. WHERE WAI IT SPILLED IN REVOLUTIONARY DAY. THE EAST INDIAN lu BUNOALOV ... N .r. I,..,. ll.o.l X (Copyright, UN, by "BhoppaH't trn Houses i The East Indian bungalow baa In I i.. Maaf The Matter 1 "' u" e'e"iiti.e.i iihii - I I Idly In a aomewhat modltted frn I i.,.....i. BfMi ip mmm a I ....... ... - - l USJ Illicit Dial I FN iiuujiiu 11.11111 I. n saw. -- h,., hA, pnlj ,, Burg wu lt.eeieasj. pirturaa of lb adaptability of alyla of architecture, to warm rllma Vermontere bava ban wont to claim i lending Itself picturesquely to rtrb )R WOM EN A XI) IIOM E. NOTES OF Tm WHEEL iriMI OF INTEREST FOR MAIDS AND MATRONS. form In front, la rtit off where It meets tba aklrt In 'Jbark The Jacket fronU bava a per ulgamV rimming of tucked and Unn.i. ..i rink ih. im Matt a I miffed grar Wk. The trjrk. sre laid aiairua la u i What I Can- I borlionulljr for a couple o." inches and ...... -i tr i ha r.m.i, w.man share I tba fullness la than formrd Into three lara pictured. Tba aklrt bat dee roka at ad dad with ataal buttona and ordered with tkraa row oOordtne I he a a rat wnten is made tn Jacket ' u .raa n .uiiivav i r . I. . a ,. .. " r ir.iBnE.ai iw w . a - OTEES Or TrlE BICYCLE. or Tall - Koaaa "tola, al Faabloa. tbat tba first blood of tba revolutionary atraula waa abed at Weatniinetar, Vt., on tba lltb of March. 1776. when, as tha Inarrlptlon oa bla monumrut records. William French "waa abot by tha band of Cruel Mlnlstereal toola of (leorg ya Id." Hut there ara rival rlalma. Home Maaaai huaatla people assert that Iba flrat blood wu shed at Hal-m on tha 26th of February, 1776- fifteen daya bt fore the Westminster maaaacre when Oan. Oage. having learned tbat the pa trtota were mounting aome old cannon labtn la tha Praitrb war at Halam. aant tblthar a battalion of 300 mm under Lieut -CoL Leslie, who met in tha town a mob ao large and tbraatanlng that ha thought it the proper plan to retrace his stapa to Boston. It la rlalmad tbat bayonata wane lowered and hum of tba an who barrad tha way wara pricked with than A much arller coin. inn batwacn a aquad of llrltlab soldiers and a mob In Naw York city In January, 1770. haa alio ban rlted aa the first Instance of tha shedding or blood In tba contest for Independence. Thla lat ter avant haa now coma -freshly Into ootlra. Within a few weeks paat a I bronia tablat baa bran placed on tha i wall i.f tha Broadway corridor of tba I Naw York post office by tha Iiauirbiers of thr Revolution of tbat city. Wbatb- i ar tba blood spilled In Ibis fracas can ' proparly ha caflad "thr flrat mstyr j bliMMl of the revolution" of louaae dr pengs on I ha date when thr Amrri. ... ravoliilli.ii an properly be aald to have begun. Hlatorlana have not commonly placed that date earlier than tba year 1775. Thara waa already aerie us fric tion liiw.en the rolonlea and the king In 1 770 The presence of lit It Iwh troop to uphold the opprraalve measure 1 1 tbe Hr.tlah government waa obnollou to the men of the rolonlea. but (bet had not aa yet de rmlned to throw oF the yoke. Tha liberty tbey claimed ad for which tba liberty pole on the Bjgaj Yi.rk common stood waa liberty under tha royal government, not In- den ndeucc of It. If tha rolllalon between the New York aallura and English aallora In January, 1770. could be called parta of the revolution thn the alinllar occur ranre in lloaton In Match of that year, known aa "the Boston inaaaarre," In which the eeddler Bred on tne Oh and killed three Itltena would have barn placed by historians among tbe overt 1 art of revolution. Dut that event baa j not been ao claaaed. The revolution waa Impending, but had not begun ' When, however, tba royal poeee attack ad tha rourthnuae at Weatmlnater. Vt . tba revolt waa In active preparation. Tha flrat continental congreae had aa aembled. tba port of lloaton had been rloaed by llrltlab ablpa and a llrltlab army aaaembled In lioaton. The mln WCte men .f Mttetrhatstts and Connec ticut were caatlng the bulleta wlikb a few da a later alrw hundieda of rd roata at Concord bridge and Hunker bill The Oreen mountain Ixiva had a! ready engaged to take Tlconderog.i The revolution had bezun If a Hrt!- I lab bayonet waa atalntd with EStftM blood at Salem, Maaa., In 1- "'OS 1T7S. that may. perhaps fairly be railed tha flrat blood of the revolution, but It M not certain that aay blood waa then had. Mr Vlnor. the Maaaathuae'.ta blatorlan. In bla "Critical History of America." callt It "a little alleged pricking of bayonata." and. according to bla view, the flrat blood waa abed there, but at ICugton "TBI ! abut beard round thr world" waa Ami j on the lath of April. 177&. but William i French and lunul Houghton, ilaln by ' "King (ieorge lory rrew," at Waat mlnatcr on tha Uth of March, were patrlota arrayed tfgalnst royal authori ty, and there la atlll room for fair ar gument that theirs waa th- first mart) i blood of tbe revolution. namental furnisbiuga Tbe bunt haa been taken up rapidly by ertn nortliefu peopli- for building tba sea shore and mountains for summer uar The polnta moat easily appreciated brat, lis blgb relllnga, Immeiluualy suggesting a circulation of air If prop tly ventilated. Hmims practlcallr all on one Sjor, and ample veranuaa. The design a . ompanylng thU article pre sents perUapa a type of bungalow Boat popular in tbla country. Tbe veranda however. In tbla dealgn la not aa large and eparlooa aa some, but may be run around either aide and in front of par lor, and would even enhance the beau ty of the design. In the principal ci ilea of enstern countries, Calcutta. Iiombay. and others, th.- Kngllah renl dancaa are often ela borate aperfnena When rHaarU Ara Armnd Thaa. When ..th.j frlanila are around thaa. And other hearts ara thlnai Whan other bays have crowned thaa. Mare freati. mora green, than mine. Than think, oh. think how lonely. This throbbtna heart muet be. Which, while It beata. beala only, Ualoved ona, for thaa. ! Ye do nol think 1 doubt thee, I I know thy truth remalna: I I would not live without thee, For all tha world contalna. , Thou art the alar that guldee ma Arroaa Ufe'a troubled sea. And whatever fats betides me. This heart will turn to thee. -teeoraa f. Morrta. L tags ass- ,rZL--. . ,141 ees' up-and-down puffs or plaits. A white mouaaellne front, with bow tie, fills tba apace between the revere The sleeve have a trimming corresponding to tbat on tbe skirt, being studded af the top with steel buttons and having a V- ahaped cording In three rowa. The style of tins jacket admits of tha addi tion of a handsome, atral-atudded belt. t' rating aMyles for the r resent m A Ueaeeal Inspmaeasral Is Nasi -Tea it-, aa (raw vt i.. Mi Jot. of the bungalow, even palatial In de sign and appointments, having exter ior offices for the accommodatloua of large retinue of domestics, as common lu Indian life. The .Standard Encyclo pedia says. "Military bnngaJow of enormotia alia; puhlrr houses, main tained by the government for the BO S - and tr.f In which aTe blended the eharacterls tlrs of nn Kngllah roadhoue Inn and an -astern caravansary." ara romrnon; built on tha aame atl of the bungu low. Hut In thla country, where tbe ll :nat la r. .liter moat of lb ear. where land la more expensive and muat tr i onotnl. ally iiaad, aud where the ele vator la ao popular, the bungaiow baa v.i ! obtained any great hold, except a In. aay, for summer uae, out of town, though coiintry Ufa wt.uld be much more pastoral If It w. re not for stairs and much more comfortable sua one floor properly heated than cold attic bedrooms, and nitu h more romantic with veranda views. (ieneral dimenalon' Ka'r.-me width. 34 feet Inches; depth. Including ve randa. feet. Height of atory: 10 feet. Exterior ruittrrtals: foundation, posts, veranda columns and enclosures stone; aide walls and roof, shingles Interior Mnlsh: Hide w.illa. ellfd with yellow pine; celling Joists elpoeed, yellow pine floor and trim, all wood- VtelaaU ... i Uriah. All tut tbe rlrb must spend half or more of their earnings for their food. In view of tbla fact la It tba part of wisdom for tbe bouaewlfa to scrimp on beef tbat aha may buy rlbbona to tie BB bar saadwlcbes? A dletlngulsbed statesman once aaaured a young rela tive that bar knowledge of cooking and housekeeping was worth literally a hundred thousand dollars to ber; while another authority slflrma tbat we waste enough at tbe store, at tbe mar ket, and In tbe home to make us wealthy If wa would only save. Would It not be pleaaant to be wealthy? More than half tbe dlaeaaee which embitter life are due to avoidable errors In diet. Therefore tbe housekeeper's power Is greater than tbat of tbe physician. A specialist on Insanity says tbat Ita va rious forma almoat always begin with lbs Inability of the person to digest food. If the mlatreaa of tbe bouse be lieved tbat aba might aave her husband or father from Inaanlty, would abe be grudge study glvrn to the chemistry of food? A man enters the arena of buat iieea with the purpose of becoming master of whatever he undertakes. He knowa that reputation, social position, progress, the happiness of his family !...... aiylaa. Nl) I CATIONS of hai tha coming tyeifug styles win k sr. ' "ginning to tprtr Knickers V sot be worn full wftb overhang K bagflnaao at lb kneed.. but tbey Sill fit fairly anug an I have ruffe of tbe same material Tiouble-breasted roata are gaining greater popularity. Dark blue OJ black golf boee ara aelllng wall, say tbt outfitters, and the prospect Is tbat stockings of solid colors, with fancy colored tope, will largely replace tbe Icutt plalda. BweMers are loalng nt I he Original aae A Hare i air; TUT profas. to k.ow that the amo. J 0JJR BrPGET OF FUN. will either see racing asada one of the ; frer sports or rise w.ttrtx :u State . BOMB OOOD JOKES. ORIGINAL Owes BsasSn, tea. AND SELECTED. One of tbe strongest raring eornntauv j i. oris aver gotten o. gather la this coun try baa bees formed la making up the quad team comprising Charley Chinch. Clen Turville, Charley Ttirvllle and Hob MrCurdy. These man are ibe boat t'.ut this city ever turned out. Church and M' Curdy bava aplendld records as sprinters and short diets ne riders, Cbunb bstog tbe faateet man In the state up to Ave miles, and Hob. tbe old ar horse, was alwaya a dangerous man to have at your rear wheel com ing down tbe home-etretrh Th Tur ville brothers were out for the stuff all tbe time and they mad a lot of the leaders sick In tbe finishes of tbe han dicap events ("hurt h and MeCurdy ar the fattest team In the state end one of tbe fastest In th country. The Tor vllles arc alao fast aa a tandem team. It wmitit Indeed ha hard to set a Set - l SJanrha t r mulched four up for a racing quad Allij team. A machine le being built for the team and in a short time tbey will have one of tbe lightest and beat whHs In the country. Ae a quad teaa tbey are open to rare any tram In The I hrUlealag a lava SialaiBSt Thee la weepin in Kemu.hr. Mighs ara seeping through iha Blue Oraas cavaltare. o fjtSg Stoos. de)eelea. everywhere; For the sponeajr that's selected Christina Bradley "OeVnaWe Id amaslng fact-sleeted uncork a flask of water!" To "Wn't" shcufs natality llanrt Water gen. his eys a let of flame. With thai slug? don't da as yen, Jaugsyr tar, That grand ship and owr pr.,u.l fame" "Don i" yella Colonel Caaaw, eye Hash ing, nt the snip to flght her aides l- i-Mng nnvlaa put lo fl.ght! "If y O around rsDldlr. Many of tboee whu rldt all winter bava come to repudiate ths wcrld or race against running or trotting horses In relays Aa a tandem team Church and MrCurdy are open to meet any American or foreign racing tam In th business. The Idea of a roadside air pump tbat tbe disabled traveler could avail blm-! telf of through tba penny-ln-the-alot which finishes thr waist at the back end fastens below tbe tnoussellne la front. Tbe Latest. Woman, short or Tall. It Is a curious fact tbat the majority of men don't seem to be attracted by tall girls. We wonder wby? asks an English critic. Perhaps, remarks tba i-aeSy own r"- aaU aJW fl' 5et il I J ' 3orl ct to- VI5 To. BaoAdu n ri ftasifls. n i VSRANOae ww-X -a J" itirnl 1 etc.. tbe art Sarah Hsrwrnprs tiffenlte Note. The noee of Mre. Sarah lUrropf of Pbltadrlpbla hi.s l'n a sour, e of grrat annoyance to ber for a great many years. It was big and decidedly ug ly, and Mrs llarncopf waa cona'ant'y reminded of the fart by thought lets people, who, coming within signt of the nose auddenl) would throw up thflr hands In amaxement, laugh ntnuardly or make some Insane re mark Tbe little children of the neigh borhood hail made some doggerel vrrsrs about It. which thev delighted to repeat in a piping tone within Mr fiarmopf a hearing. The last atraw cane when a facetious peddler, who stopped at her florae to sell some of his wares, made a cuarsr Jest at thr txpense of th iin'ortunate nose. In a fit of despair next day the poor wom an took the carving knife and Sliced off the t ill .. i- .ml of the ..IT ndli ., organ. She would hatV bled to r!(.i:li very probably hut for the timely ar rival of the family phval.-tau. who succeeded in 'he. king the flaw of i IStJ The Vn.erl.an BM Amrrlcan girls In good social posi tions ar allowtd more frrrdom than the girls of any other nation. The Eu ropeans srr shocked at the way tin man I'd women In America arc per mitted IS "Ion with fOSSf men or receive them alone nt thaif h'lm !'t H la not recordrtl that th moral f Amerban women are any woree for th liberty allowed them In the Kurpan countries u young la dy muat hg indcr the wing of u chape ron at every tuin. I'ltra fashlnua'ik society In this cottntiy Is taking tip IBS chaperon Idea more and more ev ery year, hut the mass of American girls ar still frre to rd nnd mm as tb.v BlsSSS, mid BO Ch til on earth are th girls ro self-reliant or more virtuous. work grain filled and flnUhtd nu Colors: Shingles on side walls, tr wltb preservation; shingles oat' rtalmd moss green, tilfli .asliea whit. Ac. oinmoilatlon. All i noma. I lelr Sixes, closets, etc shown by Uhl floor plans: no cellar. Bates floored over and ac esslble through a scuttle, open fireplace In farter, hall and dining-room; orna mental arch at rear of hall; hunrr'a pantry BSSHMa tr .lining room and kitch en and onutns agk and shelving; sink snd portable ring. In kitchen, bathroom c.'.italns full plumbing Coat (1.730. gomtilete. The estimate I based on New York prices for malarial and labor. Ir. nt..ny tsaHaSBt of tbe country tbe cost should be tree. I i.nvl.ire.l I ten lllmaetf. "IV you know." said a aurrewaful book-canvar. "I used to bo vary In to sweater, and Its use Is bow rele gated almoat entirely to tbe racing men and scorchers. It will be consid ered tbe correct thing to wear knick ers of a decided pattern, wltb a coat of different material, darker and of solid color. Illrycl shoes are being mad heavier, and wltb slight extension soles. Tbe footless stocking, to he worn wltb half-boae, aeeme to be pret ty much tbe only thing at present. In headgear there Isvllttle tbat Is new. but tbe custom ofArearlng a fedora or aome other style of felt hat In pref erence to the little cloth cap serine to be growing, fancy neglige ahlrta. with white collars and cuffs, snd gay colored ne.kiles will lie worn, hut the biasing Scotch plaids of laat year ar to be put away. Something new and sensible tbat has Just sppeared are cycling drawers tbat reach only to tbe knee and have elastic seams In th sides, so as to permit of freedom of action. With tbe women bright col ors will be In vogue, even tbe reds snd scarlets. Lavish decorations of black trald are gaining favor, and tbe cycling coatume of one bue will nfi'ice way for skirts snd coats and vests of contrasting colors. While bloomers ar i THE PENNY-IN-THE-SLOT PI MP pretty much out of It, legglns and tbe high-topped shoes sre both losing ground, lo hats tbe boat and sailor shapes will have tbe preference over turbans and Tam O'Shanters. and for hot weather chip bats snd wide pans.- mas will le uard, aay tbe clothing p:o- "Water for aoss What it la I t To lay dual It assy be splendl. Not the hind that's In las throat: But for untried rappers daughter H win chill 'ass to the heart. It. in fact. Just 'pour cold water On their courage at tha start. til Mui says ta Off and get r J. Noel Johnson Ky. I" tall. lllaaed. phets. let ire waa suggested in tbe early fall The time Is now gfpproarblng when de flated Urea and thorns and tacke wll be met with at efery turn of the rood, and when aome such contrivance as the Shove would be a boon to many Official road rccordr m England will b made under strict rules this year. A new regulation Is as follows: "A rider attempting an unpaced record mint be entirely alone throughout. He may be followed by a witness, who , must nol, while tbe competitor mounted, either approach blm within 100 yarda or coach blm by audi'. !e signals " All records must b tinted by an official timekeeper, uelng a ape- rial watch, but in cases of the records between l-ondon and York. Liverpool and Edinburgh. Ixm.ton and Liverpool. It will suffice If times are taken from tbe grneral poatofflce clocks st reel end. provided those times are vouched for by at ast two creditable wltneasei In each case, any fraction of a minute being reckoned as a whole minute.' Two Hoy on tine Wheel. The avrrage messengwt boy has a knack of getting bla full moneys worth out of b s b cycis. On of these shrewd youngstrra rere-r.t!; hit upon g scheme whereby gjaJordlnsry wheel was Tisde to do duty, AO a tanden. One boy altr, on ibe upJsTr bar. braces bl fast rp the coastaasj and gfaspa tbe handlebars, list, Bt w.urs. attends to the steering le?pjTment The other urchin occupies tle saddle and works the pedala. supportltiit himself with his bands upon the sStt rsmsn shoulder. Thus two boys who have Bjeassgrs In BBsSraJ M Hide. Jimmy Mlrhssl. th mlrdle-dlstance professional rider, has contracted to compete In sli blrycls match races during tbe months of July and August tbla season. He will ride 'inder tbe control of the American Cycle Racing association, and will reeeiva a guar anteed compensstlon of 11&.00Q. Mlch ' ael's determination to engage In bicycle ' tacea again this year settles effectually 1 tbe talk of his riding race bones. In ! consenting to ride In tlx races tbt Welsb rider place himself entirely In tbe bands of thr American Cycle Roe . Ing association. The latter Is at llb , erty to arrange matches for Michael with any riders tbry may select, tbt only stipulation being that tbt distance ' shall not i.e less than fifteen nor more : than tbtrty-thrte mile. Vntll the ttr- minatlon of his contract Michael It do j barrtd from entering any match or ! competition races, but will bt allowed to rid exhibitions at rare meets. The ! all match races will be run alternately In this city. Puiladelpbla and Boatoa. - Deacon Oldboy (lift Insur "Our beloved pastor Is looking poorly, j 1 move w give b.m three months' ml cation with full pay." Deacon Cr.im undertaker ) "Wtaji no; let him atay and tarn hit ta'ary." el - L.n ion Orapblr. Miter lee nf Oar Ma. I near. Caller "Seem to set yotrr papa been rather dull lately an' sj I d' u In to give ye some local bows. newt la what tbt ptoplt wante, know." Country Editor "Yes. indoe4; tsV sm always grateful for assistance that direction. Have a cigar. Hat you written the lttn out?" calr "No; I ain't no Horace i ley; but I II give ye th' idee, and ran dress it up to suit y'ratlf. Jg say In y'r paper next week that enterprising townsman. Mr. Jaco . Hog son Cole ash that's me, yo kBW" what keep, the ole reliable 'ry awaWH so' grocery store at the corner, hah gone to the city to boy h new etockaj an on his return he II show BlaBM tomera the flneat lot of dry gooda groceries they ertr set eyea on. Ml low aa tbe lowest Ocod day." Country Editor ito liiiniilfi 'Taigar fortune, tbe cigar I gavt blm was SSjja or tboee Uft by a dramatic agsat. It It kill him." THE HHAIItEO TAHeOH GOWN. tense in tbe presentation of my warra BOd la4,lr prua upon hit auc- Au r'asy Vlelnry. "Ah." tht fond ru.itber sighed, "you say you love m? daughter uuw, but will you love I r !.. ii li Is old?" Steadily liNiklng her In the eyea be replirtl: "She will never get old. Any one can got at a gUnct thai ibe takts after you." to the more-or-lesa unbelieving pub lit ? I rrnieinbrr one case In which I Li-came ao much wrought up that 1 .vclaltnc.i in agony of fervor I my telf, sir fel that I cannot do wlthc.Vl tbla great and comprehrnalvr work, uud shall myself subscribe, while I yd have an opportunity.' Melting my pen. I t.ulle.1 ih action lo the word and placed my nam on the Hat. The gentleman with whom I wa pleading wna so much Impressed wltb my gen u m f'-rvor that I.e :, deled his own nu digraph without a word. When the book waa delivered, though, he aald i,, I..-1 1- l it v .i of my trl.-ks. Hut It wasn't, and I never waa able to do It again.'' cess. If the young housekeeper would feel Ihr same responsibility In regard to her home, can any one doubt that her success would be striking and prlct- leu? MM 1mm r.rte. The Illustration represents a hat of drab stitched stiaw with flat crowt IIU ratal iliMirtualty. Mr. Kidder "Johnny, the ajaassjg In ought u g baby brother last night. " Little Johnny t whose nose Is out of Joint)- "Huh! Wish I'd lifen awake. I'd have pounded the stulTlu' out of them angels."" Turk. Very I.Ike a ggSJBgjSt New York Evening World: Mlstreaa )o ou ill i hie p..ii.. . ike - Why. It'g as hnrd ns It cin be! New Cook Yes, mum. That's the way a sponge la before It's wet. Soak It In your tea. mum. Hemmed to Hint. A letter address to "The Ornrlrst Man lu tin1 f lilted Htntes," after a long Journey through th malls waa very appropriately sent hark to tho writer In Denver. Why doee a n.tu always lose Inter est In a subject ae soon at bla argu men. Ii exhausted? slightly hollowed, mni'.c. by Heimlich. It Is trimmed with a drapery nf velvet; with how behind, and In front a ro sette of Engllah IBSS and strata buckle. In which Is set n large white feather. -Naw York Herald llray BIBBS tSth A gray cloth suit which auggtttt a good pattern for any spring dress It Chicago News it is men art so accus tomed to be looked up to ft all tventa by tbe fair sex tbat It la only nature: for them to prefer the girl who, In hel little carrsslngs and faaclnst'.ng lover- Ilka ways, baa, on account of her short ness, to look up at blm for tba pur pose of peering Into bis lovellt ryes. Hut vry short womn ran only sound the not of a forlorn condition, unfor tunately, for fussy, modvrn nun, taking hint In the abstract, pass her over I snd lets his choice fall upon her com paratively taller sister. The superla- tlvely tall woman and the poalllvely abort woman tht avtragt man leavtt severely alone. Tall women are usually dignified and would sppear to scorn kittenish ways, and although they manage to draw ad miration. It la rather of the awe-lnsplr-Ing kind. No doubt, owing to their smallneaa of stature and pretty, playful wnya, men give in little women more pelting than the tall, dignified woman demunda. T he lover'a oft repeated ex pression, "You llltle darling." could hardly be applied to the very tall girl without tickling tbe rlslUllltlut of those wlii overheard It. This Is cer tainly very hard, and looka like a pun ishment fur being tall, hut who ran help her stature? And It Is a met, too. that men are rather thy about ap pro.icblliK tall women, bec ause of re straint which they ftel hut cannot ex plain. They are under ih Impression why it's hard to tell that tall wo men are built to he commanders, and that they are In their natural element whrn left atone In their reserved dig nity and musings In their lootly wan-derlnga. I . r. I sn It Inalnge The earnlngt of tht professional racing men it, Europe during the sea- son of '7 have been tat. rusted at varl- j ous figures. A member of the N C. I'., In order to ascertain tht actual win nings cif the noted riders during laat year, communicated perronally wltb j tb mn, with tbt res ill tbat tbt fol lowing statistics have beeu completed' 1 Bourtllrn and Morln 111000 each; , Constant Huret. ISO". Champion, tS.SSO, Nleuport. 12.200; Jarquelln. Rulnart. Taylors and Remain, about ! 12.000 each. Stein. Il l , Felli-Henry. Soibud. Oulgnard. 11.600 each; Bon- I roue. 11.200; Uraa and I Vrller. f 1.000 each; Oatton, Prevot and Otrmaln, j t0V saeb rr.ra.le. "I would go with yoa to th ssi Sj the earth," ho asserted passionately. v "Not wltb mt. you wouldn t," shs I replied, coldly. "Why not?" he demanded. "For two reasons," she anxwerst, "One It that I'm not going, and tht other Is that there Isn't any." When one meets tbe prosaic new tss nitn on baa to bt careful what ho says. Pall Mall nasello. BJ .1.1-1 for . ( hinge. Lady "Sir, yes thou.u introduce a little tbangt In your style of daatrfsflNj Otnt "How do you moss, madoaagg. ttiior Lady- "You might occasionally BMkJ on my left foot, the right on It neart imaabed."-Til-Blta. Aa lo llcrsebarh Hiding. Th Kn:urklan waa talking freely ' atkmit horaee. Although It waa a salt SBSMe. be was speaking his mind. He had tutde the proper speeches about the gait of the beautiful creatures the darkey, trainer trotted up and down; ! he bad not ISSM his look of gn.vt ar- 1 qatescente whtn he heard things about the horse who trots. Hut a chanre word touched his ttue thought and i he spoke the faith of Kentticklans and westerners. Tevans and CUiforn ana, tn something of this wtae: "That's 1 right. It ain't really riding to Jolt up and down and look stylish on a trot ting horse. You can't say much about j It In Ros'on. or anywhere In ritlee where ih people don't care shout the 1 eaay step. They don t know what you're talking about. It't a queer no- 1 tion. and one my folks in Kentucky 1 can t get used to that a trotting horse ran be n add. horse. Wome-u want to be stylish, though, everywhere, and they would learn bow to rise up like the Huston women Hut they d.dn't keep It up. A steal-away and tht gal lop's the thing foi country American riding."--lloaton Transcript. Ilaln. She "I know ibere'a something Pea forgotten to buy." He "Tbat'a Juat what I thought." i Bht "Why did you thlnh tor , :n ..iy Itfl."-Tlt-Ulta. 1 uggetlon. Whj iha rire HpHitara. From tbe St Louis Republic: Ev After a man has been married a few rears his bump of hope becomes a dent 8A')NO TIME AND CAHFAP.E. the same locality may save time and carcfarc by doubling up on one wheel. gffB I ui Out. In rngtglng the leading distance men for match races th.- promoters have stipulated that thr ridtrs under conirart must not engage In any open or special races other than the match contests contracted for. The large number of riders who will take part In middle-distance contests will en able the big irarks tn arrsnrc FBSSS of special Intereat each week The tracks eryone who injoys sitting by .i wood at Manhattan Ileach. Ambrose Park Are mutt have observed bow tbt wood and Herkeley Oval propose to ache-dule sptcti rs and hisses and frequently big raring features at frequent Inter- given off little Jets of flamea nod agalu vals during tbe summer months, so I the pieces crackle and fly off at a con that som events of an international i tidernbl distance. This It caused by character will likely be run off every the water in tba wood, which. can Saturday during June, July and Au- . fined In the cells, baronies heated and gust. The nrrnngemenls under way tor 1 generates steam. It It a rurloua fact racing attractions luvolvt the expends- that intense beat and Intense cold lure of considerable money for nurses product fractures In varlcus substun- ces. In the most extreme cold weather it is not uncommon, especially if tbt cold hat cnnit" on suddenly, to find trees that are split from the ground to tht lop by tht action of tbt frost. Preen ing expands tht water In the cells of tbe wood, and so suddenly It this done tbat the trees burst as would a pitcher or mug In which wattr was confined How did Uroker got tht OMasfJHh hit campaign?" "Well, you tat, evtrybedy wu hjghs ting on hit cbai.c of . lec ion." "Well "He held the stakes," Pun. X and the maintenance of racing teams, to thatUBless the public shows a ills posit rati fa, gu a strung support to Ulcyclt rncinrtlaP u money will be lost. Well-known man agers admit that the season will be largely an experimental one In regard to racing. Experts view the extensive plant In a tort of dubious fashion. lie IHAiiiilon. A teacher asked a little bay to "responsibility," which he did. .Now, lommy." taid tho tt "ran you tell me tht meaning big word?" tit, mum, answered Tommy. I bad only four buttons on nn iron and two came off. all tho rsssSMU would harg on tha othtr two."- Mall Oatette. fly Knar. low tbat yt nd It rather I romps Charlie F1yu married, dou't ) sitting down?" Ueorge Fas is "Not nearly ao hardy , old berr. ga setting qn."-'Tlt-Bltf.