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day In April.
i lr.t Tuesday blu r Hot Mv n Uy
Third Monday of November f
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LCST tCUTH 6fAS CONTI"
Australian Prefeasor efc 6. I
Th loft torUinftt Of 1" lo",i,
f !i ft rt Btudr of IV. Voolnousli
cf Syany tRlTrUy. Tho main dim-
Inf waaitioBi with an oHglnul rat
iiroa wi that rti of 8.n1 fathwm
occurred betwern th Ulanda. H wai
n-arT to look for !aa4 eTidenc of
faulting of braaklnc to account for
Va anhmarin dsptha. The granit
r4 la VU1 was fwmd to M
fm 400 to 00 fiuar mllca 10 i
tout, undarlylnj th modern volcanic
rocka. A ran of rranlto tnountlna
with precipitous elilTa on each !le
... MKn of hcay faults creat
ine rl.imi of rreat depth. He found
tk. rf..n formln a marked rectangn
lar network, an upraised coral reef
100 fet ftboT the aa level, cocclom
.r.i. twk ahowlnt eea ehella at a
heliht of 800 feet abore the eea, and
ctrjala tllti and tart wnun
tr ,-.in'cn ubuiarir.e ana
"I mnst enter 'Jnvl0?,,
your nat." paJrt she (juiptij-. "eua
quest you to keep It off the top of
my hat. It l crushing my feather.
T qulto arrG with the conductor that
women with hats two yards and
half In circumference have no busi
ness on street cars."
And the srlrl said nothing. N. T.
COMPLAINS OF SHORT HATPINS,
nchea Not Long EnouQh for
"If I were a hatpin manufacturer,"
said the girl fretfully, as she jabbed
fiercely at a hat big enough for three
Klris, "I'd consult the milliners before
I made up the season's supply of pins.
How In the world do they suppose we
can make theso mammoth hats atay
on our heads if we only have these
tiny things to fasten them with?" And
she held op a pin about seven Inches
Ions. "Might Just as well try to keep
them on with a common pin. Too
stick this hatpin In one aide of your
hat and It doesn't come out at all. It
just stays with Its point imbedded In
your hair somewhere, and your hat
wobbles every step you take. . It's bo
use using three or four pins It .they
won't reach clear across jour : hat.
They'll Just meet In tho center and get
all tangled up with one another. I've
spent all the morning on a hunt for a
hatpin long enough to be of any use
at all, and there's none In the market.
So I suppose my ncrvea will be worn
to a frai.xle this winter stabbing and
jabbing with these baby hatpins In an
endeavor to make them of some nse,
and I'll look like a rrlght with my hat
bobbing ail over my head."
Modern Surgical Ritual.
The scene at an operating table In
one of our hospitals now would make
one of the old masters of surgery
stare. The operator himself and all
his staff are dressed like the old holy
priests of Solomon's Temple, wearing
white eaps and gowns, with the nnrsea
standing around like priestessea all In
spotiens white, while everyone about
the table has gone through as many
ablutions as befits the occasion of a
bloody sacrifice under the auspices of
tho immaculate Goddess of Cleanll
rem. A minute and elaborate) ritual
has been observed of sterilizing every
thing towels, threads, net-dies, for
ceps, iLjtruinents, and what , not,
while the floor Itself l made of glass
or glazed tiles, rather than of wood.
The surgeon hinibclf does not venture
to cut the victim till he has put on his
sterilized gloves, because he cannot
possibly clean hla ewn fingers enough.
Should any onlooker take his hand
out of his pocket to reach for the gap
ing wound, he would be ejcted !
planter for spoiling tha whole per
formance with his dealing touch.
Everybody's Msg ail tie.
A Woman Famn There.
"In thu Slavic cukmle la this Cuuii
try," says Emily Creene Hakh In Char
ities and the Commoos, "there I a
great execs of unmarried men. auj,
since those of each national group evi
dotu marry outside It, wives are much
In demand. Consequently a girl very
generally marries on her arrival lit
America or as soon as she Is oil
enough, or else works a few year and
"Women have. Indeed, not only a
scarcity value ss wives, but consider
able economic Importance. The mtvn
who Is so fortunate as to be married
can take boardwra and lodgers frtnu
among hi own countrymen and thaa
t'erliB'ji double the family Income, ba-
slJts gulning In aoclal Importance tz
Didn't Agree with H'm.
A Carolina man was rw-rtiy
pectins a farm owned by i.i.u
operated by an oil f.-VrsI
preaiied Into srrvli s eviy j
bl family, including tin at;
"The old mn must tn ret
In years," a!d t!-e (ir r.
"Yes, dads inr'i '' tJ J,
"Is his health y, n-i?"
"Well. no. 'II. iill I l , -ui
Llf'!f for B'iM.i tlmu !..'
" l.ht S- . !! to i t '. 1
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v ' i i " n 1 1 1 , "y li
! 1 !!. U- c, v.
;Arn8 cams in uaerut-
i . . . ' ..
etrsnaa-J (Enallshwan fiaisea won.
n ramaus Namta.
It Is aometlitien rolsh'y useful 10
hare d!atln(tu!hed relatlres. Hers is
an Instance In point. A young New
Torker, a brother In law of Blr minp
Purne-Jones. the. artist, found himself
stranded while In Albny a few aays
vo. Using unacquainted In tbs stats
capital, the problem of how to ralss
nonah moner to get DacK to nroan-
u was a serious one. tuiaaamr iv
dawned tipon him that a couple f la
tere which he had In hla roes-om,
and which hs only recently bad re
relTed from Puree Jonea and Rndyard
Kipling, the author, might be made to
realize. If not train fare, at least ths
price of a bana aandwlch. Acting on
ths Inspiration, ha took the lettera to
a nearer bookstore, which Kiaas
specialty of thf buying and selling of
original autcKph letters of famous
Fortunately there happened to be
nothing of a particularly private or
rrjfiinrVr'iatnrs In the tnlssUes In
der on w after examining mem
Nassau an asking some questions
canyons bto the proprietor of the
stone, and offered their owner $4 1
finest bulldra M for the Klpllag
contury a.i cents for the Bums-
great skyscreedless to say, ths offer
rled to sue"
doubt If tberoY FOR BUSINESS.
height of the.
of the Singer s;y!smly Ntver Let
way began t&rtunlty Slip,
story ttpoa stt ,
In all, and l beefeteak party la
the steel sk room jB Wett sixty
place. 11 feeiiUy, says a Newr York
T the festlvlUea, whica
FtCMARKAS iT. two of ths guests
ton Columbus avenue,
Cngllah Towa'P f70 Ken-y," was
Cravw nil ante. He took ths
t BixtyIghth Street
"Since the wbere they were ta
Salomc' in N!"ie1 03 tn alnl
cenUy at Pari maglatrats was la
the Astor libra o4 ,mt tbem 09
visited the r lectors,
this library to"3"- eUe,, on Tom
rox Davles' early to ay.
"Why" aak3 1 tnk iB laJt 6,1(14
eot of arms wr rPe4 HsaJy.
WtlM la a
on a charter I M tHitg this tS
oua A.ri. hurry-t. wagaa ons
in A. D Hi1 Pt of arrowaa fa
ths old Wei toT 5M). a a"01 B
when tha tek hi bargain ny this
ter and aa t the Qoesna eevaty If
Sana.' whlef "
ignorance tk Many Threw.
the difference-kolas ef Rossis baa
and a headltr Ths three chief ones
"Imagine the Imperial palaos aad
uniformed jsvlare at 6t. Petorabarg.
such a dev'emlia at Mowrow. Tkts
ges and beltrearat to Csar Alexis ia
ahafe of Persia. It Is
vered with thick plates of
A !irirltl1 J"e'eus stOBSs sad aV
,. with plaques of ivory, ehla-
, gh relief. The fact and data
, -treaenLatlea are recorded la
"ijoJirtlon on ths back of ths
,w. Jnst sbovs are glistening
" Jeade eagles of Russia, with
Bttturrm either aids rapportlag ths
to is v1 srown! In lis Imperial pal
the", BU Petersburg the Uirons
. fs in an alcove of ths marble
he room, with a wlde-strwtchlBf
opy with thick gwld cords and deep
ik of gold embroidery. On ths
tains behind are etablaiooed ths
I, is of the Rmnanoifs surmounted by
Crown, wiuffl a ounutw
dr all ronnd. Three wide steps
t4 cp to the Uroue.
Waak-Eed Seas snd Things.
Ths weekend custom of eetertalo-
ig baa' brought about a new depar
ts ia the Uilet preparations tnai
toateaaes ars--espe'ted to furnish fof
rir men and women guests, says a
rlier In Voaaa. Mrs. or Miss er
tves and finds everything provided la
he chamber and bath allotted to her,
tot only combs and brushes, but pins
.f all shades and sixes op to so, equal
i Perfumes, powders for face, tnanK
ure preparations, brllllaatlae, bath
nd hand eoepa of several kind. Per-
imed bath hags and waters. denU
rice in powder and liquid form. Us-
"rlne, camphor spirits.
For men sr sdded shaving ere a. as.
Igarettes snd slippers.
The Tims te tsars Slngleg-
Madame Mathilda Marchesl. ths
Inent vosal teaxher, wrltea la tee
.adlaa' Home journal.
"For young girl all vocal training
'afore they reach the 16ih or 17th
-sr of age (and even then with great
...Hon) Is a sin. and may apoll many
1 oJ voices before their normal de
looment. Toung girls designed fof
! w.u al coreer. Instead of elnglBg.
i ,.v, . ,niDlor their time la leara-
L. ,.t clano and laaguages. all
... . .
,.,.LL nowaasys ior w
ft-rs l corop
,it n.Dg proceeas, is gonra, nvia
fR"us of the Uroyx.
Mr Al3mup." inquired Mr. Spot-
.., cf the flrm of BpoUash
'ru t you afford to smoks better
. ... . ' n tt.at OtiST
' : i - r salary, air." answered
J ratified kU chief.
f Mrt will Vs tea d&l'.ars
nt efTcv Mr, Aldsmos
h a is
HS knsw it U S9'
J) rmnco i
Homeseeker's Excursions 1st and
3rd Tuesdays in each month.
Summer Tourist rates tc all sum
Two daily trains, except Sunday)
to Texas and Oklahoma and to the
south-east. Noon train for points
northwest and west. Best train for Ft.
Scott, Pittsburg, Joplin, etc; go to K. C.
on the 4:30 p. m. train arriving 10 p. in.
i Best line to all
I cheerfully given.
I i GEO. B.
Having boupnt out tho Sanderson & Wilson II. and P. Co.
l win continue me dusihoss at
1 e-fl . .... . .
J Heatins? Stoves,the best tho
to f 16.00. I have a nice larz
li money. Also a few cook stoves and raiiK-"i which wo will A
7 offer at a bargain.
HtJ T alfiA Viltra onmrt fiintllirn tr
y-j m. ni.Kl lit. .13 n.iJ .Ml iiivu. v
i a iov& -.ii icea. o wvi ucuoflus
1 11 ... ,1 1..1 1 . , . I
Mi 12.50 up
frf Call and see what there '13
iW I also handle the National
7Jlinc. with other oils, such as
oils at ripht prices. -Once (riven a trial you will continue'
fi'? to use the National Light Oil in your homo. Call tj
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