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THE HAHKE DAILY TIMES. DAHHK. VT TUESDAY. OCTOHEH 15. 1912.
Hloocis Sarsaparilla Eradicates scrofula and all other humors, cures all their effects, makes the. blood rich and abundart, strengthens all the vital orga.ns. Take it. Get It today In usual liquid form or chocolated tablets called Sareataba. MAY CHANGE TC BURLINGTON. Vermont Sunday School Convention May Be Held There. Burlington, Oct. l.".--There is a strong probability that tin? Vuniont -t:iti' Sun day school convention will be held in Burlington October 23. Tlio convention was arranged to be held in Banc Oct. 2-i to 2j. but owing to smallpox in that city the meeting can not be held there. One plan is to postpone the conven tion to iJeerinlw-r and hohl it in 'St. Juhiisbury. St. Albans or Bennington; or keep the present (lute mid meet. in Hurliiiirtuii for one- day. with a business session in the forenoon and i!isiinitiinnl services afternoon and evening, with Ur. Tierce, internal ioniil Stindav school work er, as the principal speaker. omitting the remainder ot tliw program a ar ranged. The question will b? decided tioon HtiJ notice sent out accordingly. O'BRIEN WAS AN EASY MARK Was Touched for Six Hits and Five Runs in One Inning GIANTS WON HANDILY, 5 TO 2 Marquard Pitched Star Ball, aa Did Col lins, Who Replaced O'Brien After the First Inning, Latter Not Allowing a Score. HAPPY, LAUGHING CHILD SHORTLY If Crosi, Feverish, Bilious- and Sick, Lei "Syrup of Figs" Clean Its Little Waste-Clogged Bowels. o matter what ails your child erpntle. thorough laxative nliysie. should always be the first treatment given. If vonr child isn't feeling well; rest ing nicely; eating regularly and acting naturally, it is a mire sign ttat its little stomach" liver and 3t feet of bowels are filled with foul, constipated waste mat ter and need a gentle, thorough- cleansing at once. When cross, irritable, feverish, stomach sour, breath bad or your little one hat stomach-ache, diarrho-a, sore throat, full of cold, tongue coated; give a teasnoon Jul of Syrup of tigs and in a tew hours all the clogged-np waste, undigested food and sour bile will gently move on and out of its little bowels without nausea, eripinff or weakness, and you will surely have a well, happy and smiling child again shortly. t With Syrup of Figs you are not drug ging your children, being composed en tirely of luscious figs, senna anil aro matics it cannot be harmful, besides they dearly love its delicious hg taste. Mothers should always keep Syrup of Figs handy. It is the only stomach, liver and bowel cleanser and regulator needed -a little given to-day will save a aick child to-morrow. Full directions for children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly printed on the package. Ask your drugg'et for the full name. "Syrup of Figs and Klixir of Senna," prepared by the California Fi? Syrup Co. This fa the delicious tasting, gen uine old reliable. Refuse anything else Offered. Advt. mm- mmm ! New York, Oct. L. By hammering Ol.rien to all parts ot the tield ami aided by a balk and a. wild throw, New York tallied five runs in the llrst inning of yesteruay s fame lor the world s baseball championship and won the game, 5 to 2 art the Huston Ked Sox were unable to bunch hits off Manjuard except in the second inning, when they seored their two runs. The &ime was witnessed by .m.urj people O'Brien gave a very poor exhibition, but Collins, who replaced him in the seeoinl, pitched a strong game, allowing but live, nit in the remainder of the game and keeping New York scoreless. However, the damage had been done for the Red Sox. In the lirsfc inning, after Oardner had thrown Devore out at first, Doyle scratched an infield hit and stole second. Snodgrass struck out. but Murray sin gled, Doyle going to third. O'llrien then made a balk, Doyle being allowed to go home and f Eurray to second. Merkle's. BREAKS A COLD IN A FEW HOURS-PAPE'S First dose of Pape'i Cold Compound Relieves All Grippe Misery Con tains so Quinine. After the very first dose of 'Tupo' Cold Cointioiind,'' you distinctly feci the cold breaking unci all the disagree able grippe symptoms leaving. It is a Hsitive fact that a dose of Tape's Cold Compound taken every two hours until three consecutive doses aro taken will cure (irimui or break up the most severa cold, either in the head, chest, back, stomach or limbs. It promptly ends the most miserable headache, dullness, head and nose stuffed up, feverishness, sneezing, sore, tlirour, running of the nose, mucous catarrhal discharges, soreness, stillness and rheu matic twinges. lake this wonderful Compound with the knowledge that there is nothing else in the world which will cure your cold or end grippe misery as promptly and without any other assistance or bad after-effects ns a 2.5-eent package of Pupe's Cold Compound, which any druggist can supply it contains no quinine be sure you get what you ask for accept no siihstitute belongs in every home. I antes nice acts gently. Advt. I LAYS BLAME ON BECKER Webber Admits, However, He and Rosenthal Were Rivals ROSE'S STORY CORROBORATED Becker Said He Would Have Killed Gam bier Himself if He Had Found Him Goff Excludei Gangmen from Court Room. evidence and Fogel will be called on to lefend inmself. Alvin Kraenzlein, the old Pennsylva nia hurdler and Michigan coach, may be appointed coach of Oermany's next Jlynipic team. Word has been received n this country to that effect from F.ng- land. The annual intercollegiate swimming hampionhip are to be held at Prinee- on, March fi. The distance of 2K) yards for the relay race has la-en agreed on in- tead of KM) yards in the past, fcvery earn entering will have to tie repre sented by a polo team. 1 he outlook at Cornell for the inter collegiate cross-eoimtrv team is not as double scored Murray and Herzng's dou- bright as former years. Last year with hie scored AU-rkle, Meyers put in an in . Jones and Bern in the running Cornetl tield safety which Wagner got after a hard effort and held Ilerzog at third. Herzog and Meyers executed a double steal, aided by a poor return to the plate by Yerkes, and Fletcher's safe bunt brought m Meyers. Hetcher closed the inning by being caught off first, O'Brien to Mahl (lardner-started Boston's scoring in the second by rapping the ball into the in field and reaching first, the official scorer giving Marquard an error, instead of al lowing Gandner a hit. Stahl's single sent (.ardner to second. agner funned and Cadv fouled to Movers, but Engle. who replaced O'Brien in the batting order. doubled, scoring both Oardner and Stahl, a--. Devore marie an error by playing the ball poorly off the fence. Ilooper fouled out to Meversb. The score: New York. ab. r. h. no. Devore, If ... ... .4 it. po. a. e. 0 12 0 1 Doyle, 2b ........ .4 1 1 1 1 O Snodgrass. cf t 0 1 t! 0 0 Murray, rf 3 1 2 7 0 0 Merkle, lb . ., 3 1 2 4 1 0 Herzog, 3b 3 1 1 1 1 0 Meyers, c 3 I 2 6 0 0 Fletcher, rs 3 0 I 0 2 0 Marquard, p 3 0 0 0 2 1 barely nosed in a winner, Jterna is not with the team this year so their chances are greatlv lessened. The final standing of the clubs in the National league has lcen revised, l'res ident Lynch decided the protested game on October 2 in favor of the Pittsburg team. One ueteat was taken away from Pittsburg and one Victory away from Chicago. The standing leaves Pittsburg in second place ami Chicago in third. MAY WHEAT GOES UP TO 91.00',. Heavy Covering on War Situation Causes Bulge. Chicago, Oct. 13. The wheat market was in a turmoil Yesterday and the De cember and May d"liverics jumped above the 1 mark, going to 11.00. There was an advance of from 2 to 2 cents on all futures, immediately followed by a reaction, but prices then hekl firm at a net gain of 1 to 1 cents. The exciting factor was the Balkan situation. Corn and oats also advanced. New York, Oct. 15. Jack Rose's story of how Police Lieutenant Churles Becker plotted the murder of Herman Rosen thal was corroborated on the witness stand yesterday by "Bridgie" Webber and Harry Yulloii, self-confessed accom plices in the crime. Webber went 'urther. lie swore that Becker told him on the night of the murder he would have killed Rosenthal himself if he had seen him. Becker told him, Webber said, he slowed down his automobile while passing the hotel Cadil lac on Broadway, in case Rosenthal might be loitering there. A gambler, like Rose, he played the game as coolly as if the stakes were beans instead of life, as more fearful witnesses have declared they believe. Webber swore that Becker said to him: "That Rosenthal has got to be croaked before he gets to Whitman."' Another selection from his conversa tions with the police lieutenant referred to an inclination of the latter to di the deed himself. "'I was riding by the Metropole my self last night,' said Becker," Webber testified, " and if I'd seen that ONLY ,'CASCARETSM IF CONSTIPATED Salts, Calomel and Cathartic Pills are Violent They Act on Bowels as Pepper Acta in Nostrila. Take a eascaret tonight and thor oughly cleanse your liver, stomach and bowels, and you will surely feel areat i .. ... . . i'v inoriiiiiL'. ion men aim women wno have lieailacht), coated tongue, can't sleep, are bilious, nervous and unset. uomercu witn a sick, gassy, disordered stomach, or have backache aud feci all worn out. Aro you keeping your bowels clean with Lascarcts or merely forcing a passageway every few days with salts, cathartic pills or castor oil? This is important. lascarcts immediately cleanse and regulate the stomach, remove the. sour, undigested and fermenting food and foul gases; take the excess bile from the iver and carry off the constipated waste matter and poison from the intestines and bowels. Remember, a Cascaret to-night will traighten you out by morning. A 10- cent box from your drueirist means althy bowel action; a clear head and cheerfulness for months. Don't forirct me cliiiureii. Advt, Changing a Bill By HARRY C ASHMORE Totals Hooper, rf Yerkcs. 2b Speaker, cf ewis, If . . Gardner. 3b ..30 5 Boston. ab. r. . . . i 0 . .4 .3 . .4 ..4 Stahl. lb ..4 Wngncr, as 4 Cady, e 3 O'Brien, p 0 Kngle ! Collins, p 2 n o ! 1 0 0 0 o o 11 h. 1 2 0 0 0 - i) I 0 1 0 7 2 po. 2 3 5 0 0 8 3 3 0 0 0 PLA5TERG0N Totals 33 2 7 24 0 1 Batted -for O'Brien in 2d inning. New York S 0000000 .5 Boston 0 2000000 02! Two-base hits Merkle. Herzog. Engle, Three-base hit Mevers. Hits Off O'Bri en 5 runs and 6 hits in 8 times at bat in 1 inning; off Collins, no runs and 5 hits in 22 times at bat in 7 innings. Stolev bases Speaker. Doyle, Herzog, Meyers Double plays Fletcher, Dovle and Mer kle. Hooper and Stahl. Left on bases Boston 5, New York. First base on balls Off Marquard. First base on errors- Boston. Struck out By O'Brien; by Marquard 3; by Collins. lialk O Brien. Time 1:31. I'mpires At plate, Klem; on bases. Evans; left field, O'Loiighlinj right field, Riglcr. SPORTING NOTES. Fur Coats AT COLTON'S You have bought wagons here, ileighs here, harness here, and all sorts of stable supplies here, now we have ur Coats to show you a Jot of cood, serviceable coats carefully selected and offered to you at popular ow prices. for for for for $17.00 $19.50 $24.50 $29.75 It will pay you to Coats Coats. Coats Coats Try Colton's 84 State Street, Montpelier, Vt Vincent Campbell, the star center fielder of the Boston Nationals, his play ed his last game of professional ball. He is engaged to Mis Katherine Mun hall. a wealthy Pittsburg girl, and will have the ranks of baseball to enter into business. His bride belongs to one of the wealthiest families in Pittsburg. Miss Munhall and Campbell were intro duced in the grand stand at Forbes field in 1010 and right then the romance started. Yanderbilt football team is the heav iest scoring eleven in the college world to date. Vanderbilt Iias rolled up 2o!l points in three game while her oppo nents have failed to count once. Princeton is not gloating over its .record so far this year. Thev claim that they have imt worked against teams j that have leen a test for either attack or defense. "Jake"' Staid made an illogical move I yesterday w hen be sent 'Buck' O'Brian I in against the CiantA. O'Brian is an ex- i celh-iit pitcher, hut so much stress was j laid on the game it was the only hope of the Boston team to essay either Col j lins or Wood. The Oiants were out to I fight to the finish as the result of the jgnme might have meant the termination I of the erie. With Wood to fall back !ou had the game Wen lot Stahl should have permitted Ray Collins, the big Vermont southpaw, to command the hil lock. President Murphy of the Cubs cast a cloud of l'I'hmii over the admirers of the . Chicago Nationals yesterday by serving an order of release on Mordeeai Brown, I who has leen a mainstay of the (ibs j im he came to Oiicsgo from St. Louis 'in iro4. Brown ha tx-en sentenced to the Cub farm in IuUvile. An accident : to Brown's knee jn-f as he was rounding j into 41 form pres,, his release. i nr .inTiiun'i wi mfei i ro Flynn's champion in Cleveland t hi wci-k. Nil -Hert is the !er who will face him. Alherts has ton training for seral wks for te bout. This match i to le the rejuvenation of MrKsrlsnd. 1 here is a r;M rhanee of President I'-n-'el of t'-e Philadrlphia National club Wing er-e'l-d from th Imgue. I.nh i iiirnsnt ncr the fharg ms-ie by I v ti t t'-e b-afii f,ni thi year's r' f.r t,e gunt. I.n. a ha c?:i"tJ lifts Wall Board Makes Homes Lovely and Artistic Don't build a house, garage, cottage or factory till yon see Plastergon. Don't remodel a room, tlx up an attic or den until you've ex amined the only treated board for walls and ceilings. It never weara out, cracks or break. It'a better, cheaper, than lath and plaster, with no cost for up-keep. It's ready to put on. and any body can put it on. It's sanitary, moisture and vermin proof; re sists beat and cold and is fire and sound retarding. Sample from Plaatergon Wall Board Co., Tonawanda, New York. For Sals by C. VV. Averilf & Co. Rosenthal I'd have got out and backed him up against a wall and shot hun. Before Bridgie Webber got through he had outdone Rose in depicting Becker in the darkest colors. Opinions differed as to the force of his testimony. Some thought he was not so good a witness for the prosecution because he contra dieted himself at least once. He sa0 that he had met Becker first about two years ago and afterward said that he met him flr.it lust year. Mr. Melntyre, prompted by Becker, pressed YA ebber very hard and demanded on one ocea sion : "Did you sav, 'I could kill that Rosenthal and lie down beside his body'!' Though Webber denied this, he admit ten treelv That lie and Kosentnal were not friends, the latter having borrowed 1,000 trom iiini, which he never re turned. That the attention of Mayor tlavnor had been railed as early as last Marco to Becker's alleged partnership in Ro senthal's gambling house was one of the features of the day's testimony. Memoranda w ere produced by the clerk of the police department, showing that Mayor t.aynor had turned over to the police commissioner a letter asserting that Becker was "getting richer than Dc very," former police, commissioner, out of gambling gratt Search for the writer was unsucccss ful and when Becker was asked to ex plain he made a general denial. Prompted bv tnreats on his life, Jus tice Goff yesterday ordered excluded from the court room ail gangsters and gun men. ft THE HYDE PARK SAVINGS BANK. Its Phenomenal Growth. The Hyde Tark Svings Bank offers to depositors that firs- and most impor tant of all essentials, absolute safety. That this fact is fully understood by ar appreciative public ia shown by its phenomenal and almost unprecedented growth. The following table shows exactly the amount of that growth: July 1, ISSn, deposits $.5.43I.4.1 July 1 1835, deposits 373,074.00 July 1, in.ll, deposits 03.071.73 July 1. I1", deposits 844.15S.34 July 1. 1912, deposits 2,225.574.37 Note that in the five yars from July 1, 1W17, to July 1. 1912, the gain in deposits was 11.381.416.03. This means that the net deposits have exceeded the withdrawals by i'MM) per day for every day except Sundays and legal holidays during the past five years. The depositing public evidently bave great faith in the integrity, conservatism nd business sagacity of the manager of this thrifty Vermont institution. It pays 4 per cent on all deposit, lit tle or b g. and paya all taxes. Ststement of resources and liabilities, or any oth-r facta relating to the bank, cheerfully fiimjhed application. Ad drw. ( arroil S. Pig. President, or F. M. Culver, Treasurer, Hvde Tark, Vt.-AdvU GREAT VALUES IN NATURAL GAS, More than 500 Billion Cubic Feet Pro duced in 1911. Sevcnty-fmiT million dollars was tlie value ot tlie natural gas produced in this country in 101 1. While there was decrease in quantity from the output ot 1910, the figures tor the two years being 503,153,30l),oo0 and 508,353,2-tfl ,- 000 cubic f-.et, the value of the produc tion in 1H1I was nearly four million dol lars greater than that of HU0, a gain of 4.70 per cent. The increase iu de mand for natural gas from consumers of all kinds, according to David T. Day, of the United States Oeological Survey, in a rejiort on the production of natural gas in 1911, just "published by the Sur vey, makes the supply of gas a mat ter of growing seriotisne'S. Beyond ques tion ttie natural gas that can he furnish ed in many of the fields of the United States is simply a function of the cap ital invested in natural-gas lines, and es pecially in power plants for pumping the gas. But the safety of such large in vestments decreases In proportion a the unsatisfied demand becomes indica tive of a failing supply. In Ohio and Indiana the yield has diminished so rapidly as to stop the in vestment of the further capital neces sary to increase production. One im portant feature bearing on the produc tion of natural gas during the year mil was the excessive demand for it in Kan sas City, Mo. This caused a board of public utilities to create a commission headed by Erasmus Haworth, state geol ogist of Kansas, to investigate the prob able duration of the supply of gas to Kansas City. In his report Mr. Ha worth expresses the opinion that a sup ply of natural gas willicient for the needs of the city is not possible for long er than three or four years. Will the Plague Come? How much will it cost to build the plague out of our seacoast cities? an we do it for 100,000,0001 Will even half a billion dollars be adequate to accomplish the work? This is a prob lem which we shall soon be obliged to face, and we mitrht as well beuin to think about it now. The imminence of the danger now threatening our shores is bv no means generally realized. It is the policy " me leucrai neaiiu tervice to alarm the public as little as possible. Never theless, the disease that holds that rank as the most destructive enemy mankind has ever known has arrived in New Orleans, and there is only too good rea son to fear that the rat in other Amer ican seaports are alreadv infected with it. Originally a disease of rats, it is car ried by them, on shipboard, from port to port. Starting from somewhere in Aia nobody knows how many thous ands of years ago, it has repeatedly dev. astated Europe. In the fourteenth cen- iuij, iw iiiMance, h wiped out one fifth of the entire population of that continent. Having secured a foothold in San Francisco five years ago, it was driven out by the public health service alter a remarkable campaign which in volved the rat-proofing or the entire city. Since then it has been threaten nig us trom other quarters, making its appearance recently in Cuba and Porto Rico, and there would be no cause for sunrise if .in outbreak of it in New York, Baltimore, or Boston were an nounced in the news dispatches any day. Miould plague invade one or more of our cities, and assume the proportions of a really serious epidemic, enormous com mercial losses would result, especially if it were found necessary to establish quarantine. Were it not for the flea, there would be no "plague. Yet tlie fact that this insect is the agent of transmission has been known for scarce half a dozen years. The business or removing fleas from rats by the combing process i3 undertaken partly to find out how many of the insects there are per rat, per sex of rat, per species of rat, and so forth. There is more than one kind of rat Ilea. In fact, the whole subject is much more eomplex than one might imagine; and the data secured in this way have a fundamental value in rela tion to the practical problem which the experts are making ready to attack. The question whether the fleas them selves are infected is decided in a very simple manner. One of the insects is ground to a pulp; its remains are put into a suitable "culture medium," and, when the resulting culture has had time to develop, some of it is introduced with a hypodermic syringe into the body of a guinea-pig. If the guinea-nig dies of plamie, it is obvious that the flea was loaded with the bacillus pestis. Irom To Build Out the Plairue," in November Technical World magaine. Have ou Assurance of life-long employment? If not, what provision arc you making for the days when a younger man will be wanted in your place? F.ndowmcnt insurance is a combination of savings and protection. Bates quoted on request. National Iafe Insurance Company of Vermont. (Mutual.) S. S. Ballard, general agent, Lawrence building, Montpelier, Vt. How He Would Stop Dueling. Dueling aurTived In England until bout the middle of the forties, "when, says Lady Dorothy Nevill, "an en counter between Lieutenant Colonel Fawcett and Lieutenant Monro. In which the former was shot dead, led to a debate In the nous of commoni owing to the wife of the former being refused a pension. On this occasion Sir Charles Napier declared that but one way existed of effectually putting j n end to dueling. No dnel should be i allowed which was not fourht serosa! table. Of the two pistols tied only one should be loaded with ball, lotsj bclnir drawn to see who should have I the loaded oue. If this produced noj result then both pistols should be load ! ed with ball nnd the survivor, should j there be one, banged." Automobile for hire, by the day or hour; fine, new Buick car, can can-y five passengers; will go anywhere. Jones Nye's livery stable. Depot square. Embarking on a steamer from For tress Monroe, whore I bad taken a spring vacation, I was attracted by a family who were bidding goodby to oue of their number, a young lmly. Just before the boat loft a gentleman, whom I took to be the lady's father, hur riedly took some bills from hU wallet uud shoved them Into her bauds. Then all except uho went ashore and we left them on the dock waving to her. There was that about her appenr nce which interested me, nnd I would have been glnd to make her acquaint ance, but there wus no one to Introduce me, and while In the west the scraping of acquaintances between the sexes ia not considered Improper, eastern girls do not usually permit It. How'ever, on reaching New York, Just before landing, I bnil an opportunity to do her a favor. She was trying to find a "quarter" In her portemouuule to pay a porter. She took out a bill and looked about helplessly for some one to change It for her. She held It in her hand folded so that a flguro 5 was visible. From a roll of bills I gave her four "ones" and the rest iu change. She thanked me very graciously and banded me the bill she held, which I put In my pocket without looking at It. On reaching home and looking over my cash I pulled open a bill and was very much startled to see that It was of a $500 denomination. Knowing that I had not In my possession any such note when I started from Fortress Monroe I at once concluded that some oue bad given It to me In change by mistake. A little hard thinking brought back the young lady for whom I had chang ed a $5 bill and I concluded she had iciven it to me for $5. In endeavoring to account for how she happened to have such an amount In her pocket I con eluded that her father In the hurry of hor departure had given it to her by mistake. Be this as It may, I found myself with $435 In my possession that didn't belong to me. Moreover, I had taken It from a very pretty girl whom I ad mired immensely. But how was I to return this balance? She had gone from me to mingle with millions of people, not leaving me any trace by which to find her. I knew that she bad left relatives at Fortress Monroe, but not their names, what hotel they stop ped at, or whether they were still there. I wrote at once to the proprietor of the principal hotel at Fortress Monroe, describing the persons I had seen with the young lady and asked him if he could give me any Information to guide me In finding them. He replied that since it was at the height of the season and persons were coming and going ail the while he could not pos sibly know to whom I referred with out names. I kept watch of the per sonals in the principal New York news papers, but saw no advertisement la tended for me. I was puzzled what to do further. Pay after day passed and I saw no way of returning the money. I thought of going back to Fortress Motfroe, but it was quite a journey, and I feared the persons I wished to find bad gone elsewhere. A month passed and I heard nothing from any one connected with the adventure. My only hope a slight one was that some day I might meet the young lady and thus be able to return what belonged to her. So I pinned the note In my Inside vest pocket, intending to keep it there that In case I cver crossed her path I might bave it ready. I fancied she lived in the same place as I, New York, and though New York is a big city, it was possible that I might meet her. A year passed, and the note bad been transferred from one vest to another. Then an Idea struck me. There was a ghost of a chance that the family I had met at Fortress Monroe might go there again at tho same season as before. I went there and looked through the ho tels. Vain hope! The day after I ar rived I strolled into the fort to witness dress parade. Who should I see seated on one of the benches on the parade ground with other young persons but the young lady I was looking for.. I took out the note and, approaching Y'OU GET YOUR A money s worth here, That is why you ought to buy a suit, ready-made by Hart Schaffner & Marx the kind of a stylish suit you sec in this store. You can dress just as well as any man if you wear all-wool clothes of authoritative styles. We guarantee everything you spend your money on here. Howabout your fall Hat? Your new Underwear Hosiery? Shirts? Neck wear? We have plenty of good things for you; easy priced. Come in to day. Moore & Owens Barre's leading Cltthiers 122 No. Main Telephone 66-W. 41 4 " If you want your deer head mount ed properly send it to GEO. S. TUTTLE, TAXIDERMIST, SOOTH RTEGATE, VERMONT. fcnd for pries list and tags. Tn years' sxperleaor. Uuimm methods- her,.hauded ittq her, saying: "f beg" pardon, but I think this be- . J longs to you." She drew back, surprised, almost of fended. I explained further: "A year ago on arriving at New York. I changed what we both believed to lie I five dollar bill. It turned out to bo a 500 bill." Still she did not understand me. "I have no remembrance of any such transaction. I would prefer that you see my father about it. Colonel C, com manding the post." i. I bowed myself away and went to:" Colonel C.'s office. He listened to my; story with attention indeed, with In-' terest and when I finished said to me;i. "So that's where that $500 bill went to. I must have given it to my daugh-V ter without knowing its value. I had an Important matter to settle and had It with me to use on that occasion. Till this moment I never have known what e became of it." The colonel invited me to call at his house, nnd I became Intimately ac quainted with his family, including his innghfer. But the rest is another story, l story that to fell I would be obliged lo recount: every action of my life sub-v tcquent to my making thnt call. The Undemai. Olltet The peoplo In the Cat ahors os are constantly fighting. Perry Doesn't your wife object? GI!Jet-No. She like to bave a ful jade ov-er ber New York Sao. (C W BIG-GAME 1UFLES c-X There are several Winchester Repeating Rifles specially adapted to shooting big game, and fl . ... . srt-ri : i . i M l 4 . cacn nas Its devotees, vvniencver one is sciccicu win uc found perfectly satisfactory, as they are all tried and ( true. Don't make any mistake in selecting a rifle for Get a Winchester and take no chances. They are j sold by all dealers and their cost is moderate,' Send pniial to Winchester Repeating Arms Co., Kew Haven, Conn., for complete illustrated catalog, 4fcnHng guns for all kinds of shooting, and ammunition for all makes of firtarms. TWZY XrER FAIL TO 3IEET RVQllRVMI-XTS