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THE HOLT COUNTY SENTINEL. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER SO. 1921.
UNLUCKY JIM HUBBY AT THE C00KST0VE i By LOTTIE W. SIMMON8. St. mi, tr iitciut Nftrtir pjtdui i "Jltnmlc, I do believe jnu ure the tin Imklest boy In Orotic IV ire!" "Wow!" )Hlcd Utile Jlmmlc, nt Ma pound the liniment over u large cut (iu n stuuil, fnt fort finger. Tlit (our year old dubbed nt tt.f tear with 11 chubby list. "U'lin' did you my I wn5'' lie nkt-d betwcin sub, in hi; Lucked toward the dwir. "1 mid you were unlinky," plung ing reddened nrtns Into Die steaming lull. "Vou've hud more of everything than nil Hit ctlur five together. Now run hIuhk and do Le careful." " "I'm unlucky I'm unlucky," chseted Utile Jim ii half liour Inter ns lie led nllcd n worn-out velocipede us fust im his short, (ill Ire would let lilm. Suddenly, off flew the from whrM. nd B small, (reckled tixe plowed a furrow In the dirt. Screun Olliil the Ir, tnd the tired hou-ewlfe. with hand dripping soapsuds, hurried to ti e sune of disaster. "Oh. you unlucky JlmP she tinned, as she led him up Mid curried him Into the houe, All thl happened years before nny one In Urectie IVntre uld much alien lion to the law of expectancy. Mnshe It didn't make nuy difference, lulling him unlucky from babyhood, expoct'ng III luck to follow him at every turn, tut Jatno. HI the age of ilghtttn thought othtmlte. Some New 'J'houpht literature hud found Hp wny Into hl bund. .Iuiue rixd It nnd te- Itnii to think fur hlinclf. lie lohtldoil hl plans to llih. hi rliuin. iiinl in Hull). 1.1 smotLcurt, Holm one ambition In life wa to l i the village .imniihlc. MmI le louldn't lltiderMutid uli) lit,.- wlhli,g to I Mile llrtvne Centre. Sully irled u Utile ntid swore eternal allegiance to l.r youth ful Minor. "You'll wait, won't you. Sully' Jim luid Mild. "I'll stneiy u.tiie hiuk when 1 have woi, n fortune." Ill mother dried l.i r lour in her apron whin .limmlc went nwny. "If tin it utiy :tuk In I I.N world (or tl.i lioy. I ho.e l.i Mini it." he mid to l.i r Mf ii r she turned uwiiy from the vote. Jill. Hue g.. tu the station without mishap A the truth ti allied uwiiy he kept re.e .lit g . hill,.. If uter mid WIT. " urn the lmklet fellow In the world- I urn the iiukk't fellow In the world." Mr "ii iihoiit ot.e hundred tnllo from (in i lie rentre whin the rnli ('lime. .Titiiii.lt- limned on top. so tr. apeak. II wu ii tirrlhl wreck, hut he Imd not received u cratrh. "You iiiiiI ho lucky, hoy," muiiMtie wild in his illmw. Jlmuiic tunied In fine the speaker. "Veil. I mil the lliklcl fellow In the world " The mini, who wim t-ililjle-ngcd. turned hie eji uu). hllncllii: hl Ciirc duck preM iitiy. "Whir- ure jou hound" he I.kI. ".Nowhere in purtli ulur," npllnl Jim-mil-. hrlKkly. "Wnnt to l'o nloiic with me Ml ox-IM-tiM-ii li I Ueed a miiiot," with u Blow uillv. "Where r yen ei-IiikV J!hiIuU-' tulie w vaver. "To tlx- Kld tte!d." J I iiiuilff hi art cine n cn-Ht jump. "I'll no'." wu Iheiiulik utifcwer. und the (wo thook hundi. Ten yeiir luter Jiiunn decldeil I hut II win time to to hiuk to Sully, lie wbp rich heyotid hi wlhlen ilreum: luck hud followed Mill exerywherc. He i on III tiny the whole town of (Irn lie Centre If hi- clmi-e. Yi-, It n time to go hark. So he houclit the mt ex IHiinUe tulllulro he could Imd. und a Utile plnln Kold hoop; then rlnya und llilliK Kulorf. Sully' eye would huve IKipped mil of her hem) If the could lme ein the k'UltiTlni! lollectlnu, uiot of It marked with the letter "S." .Ilminle' niotor cur wiin the tlni't Hint money could huy. und when h ilroe Into lireent- I'entre he creiilid u Henmtlon. Stopplni; uhriimt the home ho i;ol out und uulked up the imrrow I'lilli tint led to the front door. A HtrunKcr cutiii- In re'one to hl kiiixk. "Doei SII Snlly M llf here" be Inquired. "(Hi, mi," win the unwer, "She married llirtiert W , Hie police- limn, yenrt uco. und I hen down the road a piece." Jlinmle turned uway. So Sully hadn't waited (or lilm after all. Get ting Into the cur he released the brakes nnd Murted nway, dllu-art- fned and chagrined. "e ' aure of Sully. Robert W pati'eil on the corner aud looked about him leisurely. II was a flue day. Sully hud Juat iterred htm a gooil dinner of beefsteak and onions nnd upple pie, nnd lie wan at peacu with the world. Adjusting lilii helmet he wan about to move on when aomcthltiz attracted hln alien tlon. A lilKb-powereil motor cur, Ibo like of which he hud nover beforo beheld In Greene Centre, wna com log toward lilm at a terrific rate of apeed. It wan now abreast turning the corner good heavens I The car had lunted turtle 1 A. Robert reached the wrecked runc-hlne n man. apparently unhurt scrambled out from under It on all fours. Stralnhtenlng up he looked at the stout policeman and smiled, "Hello. Bob! great day." Robert stt.red for a moment, then llrhl broke over his face. "Well, bless toy soul I It's Dnlockj Seme Encellcrit fusions Advanced Why Httd of the Heust Should Know Hew to Prjpife Feed. C'ooklr.g lift" been milled to the cur riculum of tnnle student" at l'inhh vnnlti Stuic mile re. Cixiklng l mini thing that nil ii.cn should kt.ow some thing nbout. Setne ii.en should know nil nbout It 1'iirllculnrly flmuld n.nrrled men hne the necenmry kiiowldlge o tl.nl III the pinch they can eci'iillop n pun of i-oliitocs or stir up n mens of fluff llrulti. 'flii-re I' no telling when the pil wife may he nbMtit from home nt men) llh.e. As lime gt-es on the legltlmnte rea1 on for lhl ore growing. And n hut l more p1enlng to the nr nge wife thnn to Muni from the bridge party or the mlllt.g place, n 'rule late, perhaps and worried for 'our that me'll not be able to hale illlitur on the dot what l more pleas mg thnli to be greeted lit the door by :he ii.iin of the boue, nil uniformed up Mi ii long ow-nill npn-n. u dub of 'lour en hi. henmltit couniennnie stir 'li.g for i!ir life nt n bowl ut embryo ln-1 l iM It I Ahil I he leukeltle Meumllig Itn heart ut' Ami tin- moll of burning Ix-efMenk (H-i tiii'l.t I g the oIIhtwIH' bo'flll Hi ll opl eti Mm, hoii!d know how to cook I SI. lovph l.l.i'lle. X3he AMERICAN IJ:CilOM. It (nt tint IitLarilf.tni Pul I lliU It KNEW WHEN THEY HAD BITE Tiav'cr Tells of Rata Who Used Tl'tir Talis as Flthlines to Cttch Crabs. I't'K. f Mi-nrtoii In lii "I'.nperl. lni- ,f ii New (lull, en lli -iinl Mug itrnii-, n 'iili' the d-l ing iliri ileni: "Cii.tg liii.ilid oti mi utterly liifr. i. i. i,i, forii.eil if i-eriil rock and ij.-triie of nil m t. tu'liii. he foilMI i- ! le the home of nil i nor inou i.iii. t t-r of rntv Tli ii no tnii i- of .-nr iihlli.iil life, iii.il it nnii ltl!i. I Ii lit imagine how. eMept by rontiii' ill i-r.'iliiL- ii on on- um-'hi r. II wn t.e for thee mt Ii- ul-Ii.t. "Uh.li -uriil lit tie wiiler edge, turning i the pn bbm n, bN uilml. he Imiiml elm ot II. ie' gi'lng down o the idge of the ni-f lank, hungry 'o-.kltig rii.iuii they were, with pink, l.ul.nl tiill. lie loped on the point ol throwing Him of I'ernl nt thnn. nut of euro! y to ee Wi lli the.l llielitit to do Hi. eurlolty wn ooii gn.tlLi-it. Hut i.fter rut pl ke.! a i!nttlb plan- und. .iiuiittlng on the edge. i!niigleil II tail III the viiitir "l'rei niljr i in- rnt raw- a Uclent lenp of ii yard, luiiillng well clear of the wiiter. and with a crtih el.uglug to II lull. Turning around the rat gmhhtil the erah and ileouroi! It. nnd then reiuniid to the note, iilher nil were mii ri'H'ntlng H '' I" rform-nine." HOLDS UNIQUE WAR RECORD Editor of Legion Publication Left Post and Marched to the Front A. W. 0. L. Wnltrr T. Ncubort. idlter of the SeriK-e Star nthvial puhllcatloii of the Amerleati I.eglon of Monimin. hits what I belle ill to be the lnot unique war ve Til of utiy limn who erved 111 the A. I".. I He wn nr geatil tiitrtnter In ruiiiie but III lie. re to gel .titii the in nt line Unlit. lit cuu'i'd bin, ii n i,. -j ieert ibo iirtny lie left hi pot and milrched to tlx front A M O. I.. He went through the St Mib.el drlte and wn In lie thlik if the Argoime 11,'btlng when I. n order wii l.uel foi hi urn- I. Neuberl ilii'.n'l mind the arre't but be hii'eil tn ipilt lighting. A court liilirtlnl lollnweil and he wu redilied to n prlvule. I.nlt r. following the iirmt'tue, he wn 'etit to 1'iblinr. n llntotype opemlor on the Ainuroc New . Niuhirt I pre.ldetit if the Gri-at I'ull (Mont.) Ty-"gruphi ul union. Mid 1 uil.Hllm.l of the Hunt I'lillrpct of the Aii.erieuli l.i uioii. THE LEGION IS HIS HOBBY Micaulay Slltnced C ril es. Miiiiiiilii) wu ii ileum in the habit of runllng In bed, Winn going the uortlirii circuit Ha a newly Hedged bnrrller. nn old king's couiiel stuy lug In the mine hotel w'th tit m ho llo d thut Miiiiiiilny cnrefull) dckel ut the h.ngcM rnndle a the uu-mbers o( tie me wi'n- retiring (or the night. "He reinoiilrali-d with him." ay Sir George TreHaii. "on the iliinger of reading In bed. upon which Mmaulay replied with Iminon-o rapid ity of uticrutice: 'I iilwiiy read In bed at home; and If I am imt afraid of ioiiiii '(ting parricide and matricide mid fnit leldi-. I cun hardly be eu-cted In pay any peclal regard to the lle of the bagmen of LeedK.' And. so mylng. he left Ida hearers tnrlug nt in- anoiher nnd marched off to lilt room." LEGION HERO WITH ONE LEG Detroit Member ot Organliallon Dis plays. Makeup cf .True Soldier During Fire. (inn- ii hern, nlwuy a l.i ro. I uhnt letro,l Is myliig of l.eo f'lil.rimin, I World war xeternu. who lit n leg In I 1'rilM-e. but who lieertbi li liid the life of a M muter In a burning building reivntly, while able bodied piciator Mood about wringing tin Ir hlllnlK. riihrmati. a member of the rl.arle A. l.eimnil pi-t of the Aliierliiili Le gion, lot hW left leg lit the llllgb while serving a a nmihliie gunner with the Tblrly-.eeoiii illv!lcti of the A. K. I'. Kuril one moriiltig he wan nvtiikihcd by houti and ooii leiirneil that a near-by houe wa on hre. (iiirhi'il In a lire. lug gown he innde hi wuy to the burning boue nnd foutid u crowd of i tutor- uwnltlng the tire Oi piirtnieiit. 1'iar were ex pnei for the safety of i iipunt In tie l,nuo. und nn I lie volunteered to inter, the legionnaire broke open a window und went In. He ri turned drugging Auron I'rultt, whom he found nverintiie on Ii bed. 'Any Mililler would tmve done the mine thing, ileclutiil the hero. Rose Always Loved. The ro.e ha been n favorite from nrlli'M time, So deep a hold has It ii the aftectlons of the people that It I" often pi.kl-n of a the "ilieen of tlowerK." Il has llguied In the lllera Hue of nil ligea and all mitlon. I'eo- le In nil Million of life yield homage to II bounty of form and color and in lis dellclou frugrnui'o. It I loved by uor and rich alike. It I grown In the itoorynrils uf the lenl pretentious otiage. where often Hie occupants are stinted in wiki nnii rniuu-iii, as well list on the ground of large es tate", where abound the choicest hlng Hint money cun buy, It la also grown In Immense quantities nuder glass and la (he most popular winter cut flower for all occuluim. Dlnner-Plate Pennies. Some of the firm coir were enor mous, the Idea apparently being to ills. courage the greedy from attempting to accumulate anil carry aruund too innny of them, There worn copper coin ns lurge ni dinner plates. This Inconvenient style had o give wny to the demand for smaller and more con1 venlent forms o( currency, and the glnnt pennies soon dwindled In size to meet the. populnr demand. The enrllet truce of the ue of gold as money Is to be found In the pic tures of Ibo ancient Kgyptinns weign Ing In acnlei heap of rings of Hie nrer ous me nls. nut mere is no aciiiai record that tbee rings were known as coins with a fixed viilue. Humor 8uperlor to Wit Wit, bright, rupld und blasting as ii. llcbtnlng. flaslieii. strikes ana van' n.ii in an Instant: buroor, warm snd all-embracing as the sunshine, bathes Its object In a genial anj abiding light Wblpp's. Former National Vice Commander Also Devotes Much Attention to Ltbor Affairs, Time dee not hnng heavily for Oiorgc I I'.errv president ime HOT of the Interna II o nn I l'rltitlng l'ri nii n nnd A slslant' Union of N o r 1 Ii America, founder c( lre men' Ho me. Tenti.. and until recently national vice commander of the American Legion. Mr. Iterry ha two hobbles: hi iii.ii ii nnd hi Legion. A clcrnii of the Siiiiiih-Ati,rlciin war. be served overmi m the World war with the mllriud truii'pi nation eorp. He was In l'ur.. Triune, whin the rlrl eniicus of servlic men. out of which grew the Auierlimi l.igloti. was held, nnd he nt tenileil imd nn hi on! from. Heine fa miliar with foreign ltnlu-t rtut coudl Hon, he n 'ti .I'liiril the Amerlcnn I'eili rntii-n of l.nbor nt foreign trade Uliloli i fereine. and lifter the war wu tipiHHiiiul to the government In tliiMrii'l ioiiimllou sent to nllled mi lion to lo-orillnule lndutrlul iouiII lloli w.ih ihi- of the ('tilled Suite. Ill Ligmii ncllvltle now' iiiuierii Ihi-in-i wllb hi role a a iiiilloiuil speal.ir tor the ervlie orgiinlzutliiii WPROVEO UNIFORM IKTrRNATIONAt SundaySchool ' Lesson (llr MKV I' II. ITTZW AII.IL l t, Tclir ef MmlKh li,.i in the Moody IllblF Itiatllllte Of ChllHk-n iV, Wrtirrn Newtei-rr I ii nn LEGION MAN SAVES LIVES Former Yeoman, Member of New Jersey Pott. Aids When Town Is In Danger. A 'ii.i inn to iiitiiik which threat chid th ii i town i,f Itonoil Itrnok. N. -L. w ii -1 1 1 kin mid I i" llvi . pili k i in tu i. , l'a. i ul. yi otniiti ii ol : t tin -i .ii li Mi. I ,ii I t i.i i r f a n Aliiel'ii iii. toiiih bo.il iii .-ii i i nnii tueli.hi r i, f the I ii en I tinri.ini l'gloli ...t hi n u Lugo tank - i (, i mi a . i Ml. i.f ,iotel,e "I I Ihe 4tlitllct i-it.e u.iil In the war, priilig a iinU a workmi'i, wu killed Itlid i-ori' win- ov -noun Ufore I'll. (Ill mid a i miil'iiliii'li, (..riiieily with the i In in ul uu'taie ii..i urrlvnl. They -li,illn H.e tu. ftoin 11 illfulli'e, mid ni oiil.ing it mior. I out for the origin. Arriving. I'anil fouinl ib-clorn car Ing for the everely gaid. wurkmeii running alout In .-a tiuik but nu the try ug to top the leak. After elirul littetiipt In the go tilled plant, l'iiiiil anil hi- iimpuiiloli oipeil the e.ow. Ili'ili have bun Ioi.oi-i by Ihe iouii loutH'l and lentiiuii inbif (or uneg.e tin ilul. IN MIDST OF SHELL SHOWER Husky Seattle Legion Member Was Wounded Twelve Times Within Half Minute. The wintherlng of three jiar rough and tumble ns a Wnltei Cmup All Aim rlcim tuckle on the Vule foot ball team mnill llot.ed I'bnrle II, ri.nl, Sen l tie. Wah.. for one of the World war' uioet uiiuiml ex peril uce. Paul, then n llrt lleuieiialil tu the Three Hull' died and Sixty fourth Infantry. Ninety Hi l dlvUloii, wa woutuleil in 1- dllTcreut spotH In hulf u inlnuli during the Argonue Mruggle. One high eplole t-tiel lmrl near him, burling Ii I ii i nbout l.i feet dlMaiit. lie bad Jut lamleil when a second shell exploded almost under hi in, tolng lilm back to where he started from He thought It over for tcvcrnl month. In nruiy hospitals, Alko n graduute of Harvard law action), Paul Is Junior partner In one of Senttli-'a legal corporutlons, He I cominunder of Kaliiler-Noble pott tt the Ainerlciin l-eglim, Seattle. Legion Man Sets the Pace. Agcruluin, urchllruve, chuinfcr, clelstogumoua, iloblm, gumblt gulmpe, Intaglio, metucurpul, iultols nudu, pomology, rococo, Simony, How inuny of the ubovu worda tun you define? Michael .Nolan, 43-yeur-om mentul wlzuril, who has been cluseil with the world's "best minds" defined ull of them In less than one minute Nolan la u charter member of Hauler Noble post of the American Legion ul Seattle, .Niilun, who bus been u lumberjack und a sailor, Is u tdudcul in the engineering department of the federal board of vocational training at the University of Washington. He was thellsbocked tn France. He broke Into fume when he established u new record In the army "alpha" test with a perfect score of 211! points In thir teen minutes. The best previous score In the psychology test was SOT points In seventeen minutes, made by a Tale professor. FRENCH MEDALS FOR YANKS Cpeciat Commemorative Emblem to Ds Prclcnted to All Americans Who Served, All Americans who nrod overseas us ii, i mli t of unit of ihe Trench ioiiiii'i nil during Ihe World war am in riielve u hmiilHime ileeorallnii from ihe Trench government, to be known u the I'll tub lommemorallle meihil, lllrlbulli n will be made from the I'll.ii' of the Trent h uillUary illllli hu nl Wa'hlngtoii. It I oMImuleil Hint from ten to fifteen thouaiid Amerl nn lire entitled tu the laedul. Sim e 'hey are siiiilued ull over the iouii iry. the TrcM h guviriiini nt hit up ponied to Ihe more Hum eleien Hum .anil I"' I of Ihe American Legion In llhllli the new of the liieilal nlTor lo eligible mii runs 'Ihe tiieilal ure lo go tu all Amerl 'Mi eltlritiN who hirveil during the World war. as member of the Treiieli t no utiil navy : a phyli!mi. uar.e iharinaellK or ailinltil.triitor' In Cti'hih atiltirry uiiIIn between ,ugut .', 1PM, and November 11 1H1.S; u inemhers of nllef iigun-le under Treridi couiuuihd, und a motor ilnvers, npcmlniti and seeniarie. In the regular otgiilil.iilliui of the Trein Ii armleH, TIE KNOTS WITHOUT CHARGE Leglon'e National Chaplain Agrees to Officiate at National Con vention Events, Ilecnuxe he LcIIovok that married niemberK of the American Legion iiinke better citizens, llev. John W. In rer, Nashville, Tenn.. the Legion' uatloiuil chaplain, will marry without charge all Legion nalri'N who attend the third annual convention of the service organlza tlon nt Kuiisu City this fall. All marriuge license lee will be paid from the convention luud, Legion olllclals promise. Arrangements aro being made .to house prospective brldea In homes of prominent citizens and the bride grooms hi various hotels and resi dences. It Is expected that at leaat 100 couples will take advantage of the offer and preparations Hro being made to accommodate that number of newly-weds. i AIREDALE DOG NOT SCOTCH Dreed Had Its Origin In Yorkshire, England, and Is a Compjr. stive Newcomer, Vwir alrcdule Is not a Scotch do?. He I nit of Scolili ntici-mry and uo I blood of Scotch ilog llow In hi I vein. He Is an lrlh nnd Kngllsli dog. The name of his breed dues nut LESSON FOR OCTOBER 2 PAUL IN CORINTH, I.KSSO.V TKXTAi I ! 1 .-J IHII.DIIN TIT-1 mo, ii.Im-1 nil Id know anthln atnoiiK uu. .ive Jeu nnii. mi,i nun criirtaeii I rer. i 1. ltf.TllllKS'Ci: MATUIIIAll Cor : U. it:, it Co ii:;-, I'ltl.MAUV TVJI'IC - Ttnlm-ikiM nn.l Tnilnn. JUNKlIt TOPIC-I'aut VVi'tklnu mid I'reachlna In Cnrlnth INTi:iLMl:i)IATK ANI ft-lMUII TOPIC Tichln and TfMmlm in i uriniti TUUKll I'KUI'I.K AN 1 1 MITI.T Tiil'IC l'aul tn a Commercial itnur. The etnblllimen of the ihun h nt Corinth la nn example of iiillomiry endeavor for nil age The metlii! inpleyed, wblih reujted In lliie then, will rcull In uiie now. I. The True Missionary Method (vv. 13). I'niil eaine In forllilh a tmnger In straiige city. He did mil have an adieiiie agent tn do hi mhoriMng; neither did he hale hi photograph put In Ihe dully paper with ctiii tlon.'il uiiuoiiiiivmeot. upon hi arrival In oriiilh. lie did in. I have u trained singer wllh him; tiellher did he bnve hls salary guaranteed. Ill tuethil In gaining n foitholi In Cnrlnth wa u follow : 1. Tludllig a home (v. 'J), Thl In- fiiini'l with Aqultu and TiUi-lllu. .lew who were leiently exi-elli-d t mm Home by Ihe ruel iillil of 1'fiiildlll. Ilelng .lew he found niiuir.il uttllulty with tin in. lie tolled for hi dully bread (v. ,'t) He wa of ihe aiue erufl with Ibeiii. being tetiliuaker. Hverv ebllil auiotig the .lew n taught some t null- by uu-aii of whlih he could gain a llillhi.i .Imnlil i.iii. I hi ieiiilre. lino of the ruhhl alil that be who falli-d to lemh hi buy a ri.ii. taught Mill to .leal. II. Preaching in the Synagogue at Corinth Ivv. -I M. 1. Though i'iiti'.'lli-il tn to',1 for n lliln,; white getting a f-! ti. J. In Cotlnili, he did not lo.e .ght of hi mnill work (v. 4). He iiii-ihiiiI In the sj migogue every Sabbath, per. mul ing the .lew and lln-ek. " Ills iii ilvlly wn lie nii.i'.l when Sll.l and Tlmnh eame (v ."). 'I'lil roMlllod IVoiii three euiie: (I) They brought giMid tiew (rum the .htirih at TIii'..uIiinIiii (I 'I'll.'... M.r.i. To hear of ihe sleadfalne of tl who had confeei Thrll iinder our mliiMry puts new vigor lulu our luhum, ('.') Tin v brought I notary gin ftom the Muiedonlnn eburihe ITIollp. -1:1.: II Cor. 11 ill). Ilelng telleveil from the llecelly of toll for u living, they now could devote mole lime iiml i uergy to the prom hlng of Ihe go.H'l. CD Slla mid Timothy beealiie u.llutit to l'aul In Ihe work, thereby lreuglh enltig hi hand so a to liable him to I'Cieutuate hi eDort. .1. l'aul iiiii.ii. eil (v. il). Ill In- rreusen activity wn inei with lu rreced oppnliloi' Thl niu alwuy be expected. 4. l'aul miuouni'e hi purpoi tn turn lo the lientlle (v. II). Ileenu-e of their hliHiphcmy ami iipmltlon be ceased tn work among the .lew, There Is a time wber. good Judgment causes one In abauilou work where efforts huve been t'rultle, but It I difficult In know Jim when to do II, ,'i. He did not go far away (v. T). He renialui-il ullleli utiy near that llio.e wbo.e heart liod tem lied could easily Hint him. It I llkewl.e true that nllbougb Chr's- 1 obliged to de part from the mill that lefu.e lilm entrance, He llugei with yearning love around that h'-mt. tl. Ill si..-ie (v Crlpu. the chief ruli r of Ihe yiiagogue, was coil verted. I'erbiip the everlly of hi ai'tlnu In turning away fiom them inuieil l.'rl.pu to iiclliiu, III. Psul's Vision (vv. H ID. Ills exH-rleuces luee coming to T.u rope were very trying. He needed en ciniriigi'ini nt al thl lime. II 1 Jut like the Lord In collie at the time of Ihe servant's grealet need, Note the Lord's word tu lilm! 1. "He not afrnld." When one Is executing the commission of the lord he need not he iifruld. If. "SH-nk, and hold not thy peace." The one who hus beanl the voice of God cuniiot refruln from speaking cannot be still, 3. "I am wllh thee." The Lord Is with everyone who fulthfully carrlen out bis coinmlsklon, 4. "No nmn Bbnll set on thee to hurl thee." The one sent by the Lord to do a work Is Immune from danger and harm until his work la done. B. "I have much ieople In this city." It Is most eucouruglng to know that In the great cltle the I.ord hus Ills own people und that the one who goes In Ills mime sbull have fruit for Ida service. lome from the County Ayr In Scot land, hut from the Hlver Aire In Yorkshire, I'nglatiil. Nor Is the sin dale an old breed of dog, us surli thing ure measured In the dog world, II Is neither an old family nor a "flri fnmll)" among dog, 'J'he nlre dale l n newcomer. lings of Ihh breed were flrt exhibited nl Shipley, III Vork'hlre In LSIil, nnd they weru then railed, not iilreilnte, but "water, side terrier." Thee dog were pro duced by crntxlng nn l'ngtlli otter hound with an Irish terrier, believed to have been a red terrier, nnd Inter adding a dmli of hull terrier blood. The iiunbluatlon produced a dug sec ond In nn other dog In Intelligence, bravery, gameness In a fight, my ally tn hl master nnd hl matter' family, nnd klndlliie lo children. The word "ntrednle," im Ihe iiamn of thl new- kind of dog, was first used In ISV1 at the national dog sbuwr nt Hlrmlngbnin, Kngland. where thee rnlrle were described as "ulredales or wuiendde terrier," The namn "wnterble terriers" fell Into dlue. The Hngll'li Kennel club wn stow nnd conervntlve In rerognlxlug this as a new and dlstlnd hrei-il of dog, but n fernl to them us "broken haired terriers." TRACE INSTITUTION TO ADAM Ancient and Honorable Order of Hen, peeked Husbands Claims Tirtt Man Wat Chairman. I"aler Monday I the heuiekeil hiibaiiil day In Vorl..tilre. nnd the iiieiuher "f the Alieleiit uii-l Honor, nl,!,- Iliiler of Hi n-rke. Hti.baiiiM hi Id htgli revel together In liiM.ldo vll Inge, -n. the l'ii'li'ii Morning To-t. 'Ihe elllli I one of lhi-e Ihllk ttl- stlliniiii e.tablMieil In pun- fun, though Hie luelllbl r do ileelale that tt date fni-ii Ailiim, who wa the llrtt i halrmr'i uf Ihe order, lleiillv tr I a nrvlvnl of the days when frock club llieirl.hi-d III tlnl eiiuiilry Ihe iluy of the Klamlte of Itrnilferd. known li'tilly n Hu- Low Mi-i.r l.hir. whii.- tet of iiiemberhlp wa the ability to drink a nunrt of l eer will . .ul .topping to take u breath, lint to tell ii thumping I e The big ! liar n ete. ted mayor for the llllee mouth following lllol had Ihe privilege of fiii- I r at all Hireling during lit term of office. Another iiualtil orgmilalloii wa tint I'ud.ey lllelherheail Tea 'I lib. Il body whli b. Judged by II liatne. might llllVH been ml. taken for a tea drluklng In sllllltloti. but which dei lured Us ob ject to be ihe promotion of beer-drink, lug and the playing of chc, Egyptian Decorative Ideas. I'xerl tell in that In the di-cnm Hon of furtiilure Ihe ICgyptlau cabinet maker never veiled cont ruction. Iln obeyed the ound prlndple nnd precept that dei-oratbui should spring from eontrucllon. and not eonlructluu froin decornllon. T.leiuent of iirnnmetit apparently were the same In private ns In public building. Thee elt menu were Urn lulu and papyni tlnwer. the (nihil brain h and the fealhers of birds, as well u ii iiuiuber of grotnc trlrul pat leni derived from primitive art of weaving and plaiting. The simple or complex treatment of otu end pu pyru (lower, bud leave and stems. It Is nvsertcil, iiuiile the Tgypllutl sys. lem of muuii ilei'oratloti rl'-h, varied nnd glow lug. a well a thoroughly In harmony wllh the nuh- of outer set by nature In the Nile valley. Bible Classes Necessary, rilble classes are ns necessary to n healthy parochial life as are any other religious agencies, and the priest who neglects them because they seem to him old-lHslilnned or connected with the Protestant sectarian system lays himself open to great blame, "Thy word Is a lump unto my feet and light unto my patha." Dean Lamed. The BuMder of All Things., Every house Is bullded of some mans but he that built all things li 0d Hebrews 8:4, t Man Sbouldere Not Level, To Ihe majority of i.eron the state, mint Hint their shoulder lire not of the fciune height will come u a sur prise, hut tailor know that almot In. variably Ihe left shoulder Is higher thnn the right. If a baby's shoulders nre measured It will be found that they are exactly even. That they do not temuln so In blamed upnn pntents, who ns n rule, lead their young and growing children by the led hand. This I n nntural manner of leading the child, and tt shields It from butiipi of persons met In their walks, but Hie muscles nnd hones nre thus continual ly raised nnd In the end drawn n-r-manently out of position, although the rhnnge Is so slight thut It Is not notice able unless accurate measurements are taken, Nalla. A machine fur making nails was patented on May IS, 182-1. To America belongs the distinction of being tho first to uuiku cut noils by machinery. With the advent of machine-cut nulla the household Industry of nall-maktng rapidly declined. The hund-made nail was pinched In n vise, with a portion projecting; a few blows with a ham mer flattened one end Into a bead, which was beaten Into a counter sunk In the vise. In this manner regulating Its size and shape, Nalla were also made by forging on an anvil. Laboring Under Difficulties. "There must be something wrong with the clarinet player In tbls orches tra. Every now and then be blow a sour note," 111 married iu uiv tujivuue. &tw y. Uaa ab kisses anybody on the stag 1(y HimiI, Kla mnill. "'H7 i i' 4r.' s&JN .4