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THE 1SAKKK DAILY' TIMKS, JIAJCICK, YJ, SATUHDAY, MAHCII UJ, 111
'I FAST PLAYING 'BY S.H.S. GIRLS ' Enabled Them to Win Over ' Hardwick Academy Girls, 10 to G 'BOYS' RULES USED; CROWD APPRECIATIVE About 350 People Saw Game in the Church Street Gymnasium LnHt evening at tins Cliureh street gymnasium before a crowd .numbering (H50, tlie iSpuuKliiig high Bchool girls' 1mm 'ketball team defeated t lie Hardwick 'academy girls' basketball team from Jlardwiik by a score ff 10 to 6. The game was exceptionally clean and at times the girls did koiiio fast playing. 'The close guarding bv both Hides was very noticeable, and it was this part of the playing that was responsible for the small score of the teams. Kvelyn Bugbee was the star player for the Spaulding live, petting a total of three baskets from the floor and caging two out of thu four fouls. This made a total of eight points out of the ten that were made, by Spauhling. Miss Jhin roe, the Hardwick left forward, was their .best player, and she succeeded in getting ;two baskets from the floor. Miss Connor, the fast forward for Spaulding, was the first to wore, doing, so before the game, had hardly started. The ball was tossed at center and Miss Bugbee got it after the jump. On a neat pass to Miss Connor it was thrown . in. The guarding wa so close that lit-: tie passing was done Jiy either side, but SpHuhling wan somewhat more skilled in this line. In the first period Miss Hug bee got two of her three baskets ajid one foul. Miss Monroe raped both of hers . in this half. The guards for the Hard wick team played an excellent game cov ering their opponents at ull times and breaking up a number of passes. Til the second half the Spauhling girls did not shoot as much as in the first. The Hardwick team had more shots but ' failed to make them count. Each side got one basket from the floor in this Imlf. Miss liugbee scored first, sending in a one-handed shot from the center of the floor, bringing a loud cheer from the crowd. Miss (!. Davis scored the Hard wick basket on a neat shot after a clev er pass. Miss Wiles, the Hardwick cen ter, played a fine game, but was closely guarded by Miss Hooker. Miss Hooker played a fast game for Spauhling and succeeded in passing the ball into the Spauhling territory a number of times. Miss Wallstrom went into the game nt the beginning of tin second period, tak ing the place of Mis Kowden at right guard. Both Miss Wallstrom ami Miss Sowden were good at guarding. Mis Langley, the Spauhling left giiHtd, was a good help to the team and succeeded in getting awny with the ball a nunilier of times. She held her opponent, Miss (J. Davis, from about ins most of the game. The lineup ami summary: Spaulding. Hardwick. Rugbee, ri Ig, M. Davit Connor, If rg, Coutrs Hooker, e e, W iles Langley, Ig rf. C. Davis Snwden, rg If, Munrw Wallstrom, rg Sc ore SimiiMing 10. Hardwick fi. Senr ' r- lirsnsrer. Time Two Jo-minute pe liodH. Timer Kitts. Pcferee Worthen. I mpire Crown. Baskets from the Hour - Puehee 3, Monroe 2, Connor, Davis. Itaskets from fouls liughee 2. ys-pep lets Mad only by C. I. HOOD CO. Lowell, Man, Especially to correct sour ptomach, to give digestive comfort, and prevent heart burn and Indigestion. Dose: One crushed In the mouth and swallowed slowly. An almost Immediate effect, sweetening, comforting, and reducing "that lump," and promoting digestion. Get a box today. 10c, 25c, or J I. Remember nu.nlvlftB c.Tk'! n0 luo uaiua PP eiS Substitute ti n $85,645 SHORT ON RESOURCES Vermont State Government Has an Interesting Problem JAPAN DROPS HER DEMANDS STATE TAX OF 10 CENTS WILL FALL FAR SHORT it was voted to print as a part of the House journal, a statement made by Mr, J'roctor, chairman of the appropriations committee relative to the condition of mo stato nuances, SENATE, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Agreement With China is Drafted in the Increased and New Appro- priauuris lor liienniai ences are Still Proceeding. I'ckin, March 13. Japan has definite ly modified her attitude toward China in the matter of insisting upon compli ance with the orders she made upon the Chinese repliblic shortly after the oc- citpation by Japan of the Orman coil' cession of Kiau-chau. The demands for some two months have been the subject of negotiation at I'c-kiii. Period $360,615 State House, March 13. A statement has been issued by Mr. Proctor of Proctor, chairman of the House committee on appropriations, which in plain figures presents an in teresting problem for the state of Ver- Having already agreed to the Chinese hnont to solve, namely, how can $83,645 counter proposals to discuss Manchuria and Mongolia separately, the Japanese representatives have now verbally in' formed China that they will forego com' pletely several of their demands. Furthermore, Japan is prepared to modify the proposed clauses concerning tlie Hanang, Toyeh, and Ping-lang min ing concessions and revise her require' mcnts and traders in Manchuria and Mongolia. The conferences are still proceeding. The demands as now presented have more be expended in two yearg than is received ! The statement covers the new and larger increases in appropriations asked for and total to the amount of $.1(itf,645. It is estimated that the increase in in come will be about $40,000, but even then the state tax of 10 cents falls far short of covering the amount needed Following is the statement as prepared and read to the House at yesterday WILSON CONFERS ON COAL FIGHT been drafted in the form of a treaty, or afternoon's session (the figures given are agreement, Dciwcen (.nina ana japan. for t(,e biennial terra): .Agriculture and forestry 20,000 Vail school 40,000 Kandolph school (new building) . 15,000 Randolph, Castleton and Johnson srhftols tinr Hiinnort.l lilftnn liddleburv eolleire 10 40(1 Medical school 23,000 Highways and bridges !)i,000 Home for feeble-minded 100,000 Agriculture (Smith-Lever act).. lfi.000 Support of government 8.000 Miscellaneous (small itCmsl .... 13,000 New appropriations (already- passed i !,645 Notes on the Came. The playing under Ixiys' iiihs an nun h mure intcre,.t jng to watch llntn un der gii Is' rules. The exiling of fouU w very rare, only one being called on Spsiilding, and i-uly four mi llardwiik. Considering the number of chance fo aliont. the gills did well to get the 1aa kits that were caged. Knell liiisket V's well ..l.i llde.l, but llie banket made by Mis Hut'lae brmp't til.' leu tot. Eastern Ohio Coal Strike Up For Consid eration By President and ' the Operators. Washington, March 13. The eastern Ohio coal strike was up for considera tion yesterday at a conference between President Wilson and operators control - ing the mines in the eastern Ohio coal fields. Requests for the conference had been made bv Secretary of Labor Wil- son following a final meeting with the operators when effort to reach a settle ment of the strike failed. The labor department has been trying to hrmg about a settlement through coii' dilation or mediation for the past six weeks. The president is said to be deep ly concerned over the Uluo situation, He was made fully acquainted with the operators side of the controversy yesterday, and Secretary Wilson had previously informed him of the position of the miners. -As a result of this White House con ference, the president is expected to write letters to leaders of the two sid suggesting that the differences be arbi trated Some of the coal operators were of the opinion that Mr. Wilson would semi to the coal fields a man thoroughly ac quainted with the industry, to nt tempt to enect a direct ett lemcnt : and it was considered possible that this course would lie followed. It has lieiti suggested that the com mission headed by Setli Low, appointed bv the president to deal with future controversies in the Colorado coal field might take charge of the situation In $3titi,64; Possible increase in income (esti mated) $10,000 Balance to provide for 32tl.fit." State tax of 10 cents 241,000 Balance remaining unprovided for 85,01 HOUSE, FRIDAY AFTERNOON. Read Third Time and Passed. S. 67, amending an act relating to loans to olliccrs, directors or employes of trust companies. Senate Amendment Concurred In. If. 314. amending an act relating to claims against the state. H. .'!!, an act to a mend the charter of the village of West Derby. Third Reading Refused. H. 54, an act relating to the payment of expenses for extinguishing fires com municated by sparks from locomotive. H. 1I.J, an act to amend sections 741 and 745 of the public statute us amend ed by sections I and 2 of No. 35 of the acts of 1010, relating to savings bank and trust companies. Mr. MeClary of Windsor said this was one of the most important bills that the legislatuie would have to consider; that it was not a hank measure, but rather if the Read Third Time and Passed. 8. (II, reluting to workingmen's com pensation. Senator Simoiids stated to the. Senate that Senator Hiusiiian is ill but wished Senator Simonds to stato if present he would have voted for pas sage. Passed in Concurrence With Proposal of Amendments. If. 154, relating to co-operative fire insurance corporations. Third Reading Ordered. R. 74, relating to pay of members of general assemoiy. (ruvorabie report.) Ordered to Lie. iS. 108, concerning private corporations. benator Miaw explained that all gen erai corporations bills are to be given a hearing Thursday next, and upon his motion it was made special order for Hi: lo iTiuay next. S, 100, relating to public service cor porations. Made special order for 10:25 a. m. I'riiJay. 8. 110, relating o savings banks and trust companies. Made special order for Tin- : i n a. in. r riiiay, 8. Ill, concerning insurance companies. Made a special order for 10:45 a. m. Friday. 8. 122, concerning fee payable by in corporators, corporations und associates. -Made special order for 11 a. m. Fri day. 8. 113, conccTiiing foreign corpora tions. Made special order for 11:15 a. m. J-rlday. , Bills Introduced. 8. 115, by Senator Divoll for general committee, relating to issuance of oper ators' and special or professional chauf feurs' licenses. (Xo operators' license to be issued to persons under 18 years of age; no special or professional license shall be issued to persons under 18 years of age. Ordered to lie and be printed. S. 118, by Senator Cady for commit-1 tee on banks, relating to loans by banks! on personal and collateral security. Pro vides that loans ran be secured directly from bank instead of from directors who uino; f.ut some opposition to this plan bill became a law ind accepted the prop tit' t'iOJH'II, PUZZLING DEATH MYSTERY. KATI1ERINE PAGE TO WED. Ambastador's Daughter to Be Bride of Charles P. toting. IjohIoh. Manh 13 The fip m lit of Mi kat In-f ine Page, da lighter of American Amlj"adrr Waller Iline Page, to Chaflea P. tailing, an aii')ilti-t ft I a foriintlv aimouri lure e-ter day. KsCiiitve l'i;i' i t'.e oiiU- daughter ef .nl4 l"r and M'. Page. Mir a ;il.i,t t Pnn Mar w hen In r i tier a pTMeH-d t' t h London ft. M. L. Jennings Diet. pHi.tti. Mar h 1 . !!,!, f.. .1, . e . a niiili.r ..I ji (;ii.. !,!!.! !M , . ,' . I n!S,'v at ' ' l-''te in W , !;., t, ,n n(. r wi, He a v 'I k ri n nit." y d r m. ! Leaps 16 Stories After Quarrel With Sweetheart. Chicago, March 13. Confronted by the most pui-ling death mystery in months, city deteectives yesterday were trying to determine whether F. C. White, laaik kecper, dclila-rately gagged himself, turned hi io ket inside out and then hinted hiiuvelr from a Loop building's llilh stoiv. 'I hev are in. lined to la lieve the case a suicide, although when found in an alleV his IkmIv W Mild. TheV SOL'L'est- I they 'had lound some c idence. how ccr. tending to show thatA hite'a Miee- tuiilar death was carctully arranged by diiiiM-If. That he had qnriid with hi fian ce. Jennie Joliiiaon, arid had twen in ill health. f diwovrcd from let- (el in hi I lot ll l np. llitiiliw ai "flick -up" men never would have turned White' sskit in--ide out. An !, tl.i y pointed "it, no ei ih r ce of a st niggle in White' offi.-e Vele Vl-l,le. ti1t St J M 1 IJIiiV Lf 11 I I mm rll Mm Joan from hank. Ordered to lie and bn printed. Third Reading Ordered With Proposals of Amendment. II. 237, relating to school endowment forests as amended by changing the mortgaging from trustees of permanent school fund to the state, . Third Reading Ordered. If. 425, relating to automobile or mo tor vehicle number plates. Referred, Read Third Time and Passed in Concurrence. IT. 403, relating to village of Benning ton. Senator Conant moved suspension of rules and the bill be placed upon pas Sage at this time, which was granted. House Resolutions Referred. Joint resolution, relating to Hunting ton fund. Referred to education com mittee. Joint resolution relating to school fund of 18115. To education committee. Third Reading Ordered. S. 81, to pay F'lynn A. Guernsey sum named. Called up by Senator Campbell. Week-End Adjournment. Upon motion of Senator Conant that when the Senate adjourn Saturday morn ing, it lie to meet at 7:30 p. in. Mon day. Signed By the Governor. II. 257, an act to amend No. 225 of the acts of 1012, relating to the creation of a livestock commissioner and defining his powers and duties. It. 340, an act to provide for the tak ing of land by a fire district. Ji. (is, an act to regulate the sale of opium, morphine and other narcotic drugs. 11. 204, an act to amend the charter of the village of Winooski. II. 329, an act in amendment of sec tions 4 and 5 of Mo. 25(1 of the acts of 1888, incorporating the village of Wells Kiver. II. 395. an act granting the village of Fair Haven certain rights relating to the collection of water rents. If. 300, an act to authorize the village of Lyndonville to issue bonds for the purpose of renewing, enlarging and im proving its electric light plant. H. 40 1, an act to amend sub-di vision XV. of section 48 of Mo. 240 of the acts of 1008, relating to the charter of the city ot Rutland. H. 102, an act to prohibit the sale of intoxicating liquor. Have You an Opening for a Shirt or Collars? Lest we talk so much about the larger items of men's wear, we want to remind you that we take particular pride with the little niceties of dress, such as col lars, shirts and cuffs, etc. In these, styles don't run so much by seasonSj but we are consatntly being sup plied with new and striking effects that the well-dressed man wants to keep in touch with. Anything in toggery get it here. Moore & Owens BARRE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS Barre, Vermont ANGLE TRIAL MOVES FAST. "A good tira . la like a man' who is fit. If tie's too fat ha can't be right That's tha way with tire. If it has more than just enough rubber, it is like a man whoiatoofatv If it haa'nt nough rub Dia mond Tire have Just tha right amount of good tough too much nor too ...... w r y them right. " iff ---------r . Afiafer CHARGED WITH WIFE'S DEATH. lumen rtysirua Is Artented ea All'g tioa tf Murdr-r. AH! HACKACHE CONE! RUB LUMBAGO AWAY; Mall'x.n. Jit.. M I !! I S 1 I 1 it -' I "M l l t ! ! . v i if, I -. v I. t I.' ' ! ' i '. "i '.-. i. t' t ...- !.t t-i .;r k -'' !' I ' I i f h I t. Dr. Harr.td I:, r r !' d ..ild v"U i i ' At .f iim,' t r ot .i. ,ii i wi tir r d N . I , u., ln ). :.. I1. -h((.-jI i ii t n'TM'n, tl. osition, that it would cost the hanks (5-.1i l.l Kill. He wanted the bill amended to make all lianks let all money on a 5 wr ii'iit. Jiasin. .Mr. Moore of Ludlow said that the people were entitled to relief and should have either 5 per cent, money or offets. He wss satisfied that the well-to-do or . lit law. but that the p.sr were placed WOnderflll reCOrd in a worse pomiion than cmt. lie thought the bill should lie fnllv dis cussed. lr. Foote of Corn II s in favor of milking all loans made nutnid.' nt tisnk psv tjtx of 1 tr cent. On motion of .Mr. Liford of Hi'hrate, the hill was rrtl"red to Li and lie made a pi'iial order fir Tuesday afternoon at 2: l.i o'rbx k. Bills Rilled. State May End Case To-day and Woman Will Testify. I!rideport, Conn., March 13. Mis Helen M. Angle appeared to be steeling herselt against the possible ordeal of tlie witness stand as she appeared in court here vesteruav in her trial for man slaughter in connection with the death of Waldo K. ltallou of Stamford. Three times during Chief Hrennan's testimony Thursday afternoon Mrs. An gle pave way to tears. Yesterday she seemed to have recovered her composure and interestedly listened to the testi mony. The state expected to complete its case yesterday. Hefore the jury was called in, State's Attorney . t'liinniins submitted an amendment to the indictment. The chanpes proposed, he said, were of a mi nor character and were intended to make the indictment more complete. One of the changes alleges that the defendant "did strike with instrument unknown to the state's attorney." The original indictment charged that the defendant "did strike with bands and list and threw him downstairs." lioth Judge Downs and Attorney Klein tor the defense objected to the amend ment. Judge Downs id the amend ment was monstrous and its admission would be a denial of justice to the ac cusal. The state's attorney said the admis sion of the amendment would not change the evidence the state hoped to adduce from its two remaining witnesses. He said the state did not contend that Ihtllou met his death in anv other wav than bv a fracture of the skull caused by contact with the ceiin-nt flagging. Judite llliam ordered a reel's o that the state might redraft the amend ment to make clear that point. A Valued Legal Fee By CHARLES LEWIS PHIPPS THEY CONFESS. made by Diamond Tires last vear proves that they are right structurally. It proves that tho materi als we put into Diamond Tires have the weight, strength and tt. amrndine an act reisti.ia t i weannfT qualities that combine the removal of the insane poor to the,-. rrWra tVi msict rvnnnmiVol veinamt stale Hospital anil the I.rsttle- . , , Jmro ret rest. II. IIHt. amending an art relating to the insane rnd tlie duties of the super ViMors i.f the inane. If. .HI, eitu-nding an set rLt.ntf to fire ifrtr, t. the ventilation f fac ttitic and to the state factory ine--t..r. Ordered To Lie. II. un ait to rroi.le lor the regis tration of aiili'muhih- r nt'r vel,irl- he tnariiitaeiiiri is i,r ii. l.-r. On motn-n i.f Mr. Smith f St. Alhana City the ln'I was ordered t be and lie nde a l il nr-ler fr Ssturday nmrnitig at 1 : : '. 1N k. Bills Introduced. II. 44.1. 1mm the iimini.tti-e -n tnu- lu ihI irwrst ion, as a Hji-tttute l,r It. ."("4. an t to amend pe,li.n 3 of mileage in actual service. Recently wo conducted a test by mail to find out what jobbers and tire dealers had to say about 1914 Diamond Tire records. The hundreds of let ters received from them show that Diamond Tires have more than made good. These letters from dealers in all parts of the trountry, show that Diamond Tirca in 1914 rstabli&hed a service record which stands supreme. We have put tmne let Krakas and Montvid Admit Killing of Priest. Wilmington, Del.. Mrh I J. Peter Krskas and llernard Montvid yesterday confessed to the murder of 1U-V. Joseph Zif!ri, priest of the Lithuanian cluir"ti at New I'-ritnin. Conn., and hi hous. keeper, on Feb. S. according to Chief of Police lilsck and New llritain detec tive. The prisoner are in tlie workhone here for the murder of policeman last haturdar. Hara'e a Ta8' How easy It In to mil up the age luisltie man was demonotrntis th ther day hen the "n of local . . . . a , . . : . l. 1" 111 tier I " ' I . ( r.t tuh r.a fn m Tour S.'-ie, Lrf EaV '.! fcrr-aH Trial Bott le tf O'.l -st. Js :r s O J- I 'i t..'i -I ' r - . . .'.. of ti. or- l-r, ..m.f. I Ke t'.-irt'i 'i..H. f t t Tlfciiri I r !! 'jn r,fr!W f,ii jM ,tfr I it. '! I. aiMi.t . t - . -t 11 i I,.- t i. (,'t r-' !i .if in l" .1' i.. I.li t i i -f'M, I-..?.. . t, t tw it... ).. eit,! f.irr lJ. - ir J -... i . .!...., .!ii";v !-( -a -', ,. fc- ..,..., ,! a. 4 f.o..K, (,:! at.t .1. He r-' ,. t ' I ee M1. f"-.,l U ' ' ' 1 !'i a 1 r;-. I . t (wf,- i ?. ... n... i s. of tl a.t, oi iv-i. rrt.tied "A . Icrs into a iofc. They famish con- t t' !rn-or-iite a f stv ai'd a trt ot . , , r v; m. A t-r...- r,uunt t- ti t-nndsne. fj evidence cf the be mueage ff the , ,ty .f st. A:hn. if . un p e. r-1 Diamond users crt snd the frc t .m ' -..ird.ri? tnpr-..i.'.ii',ai,,.i j Jom from titt tToutSct they rrjoy. itf i. red t ' ar l I rrr,t.1. JI. 444. trnm 1 He j . r.t .-ommitte on Write tO AlvTOrL OhlO, foT thiS 1'1 1. of S I of t!,e a1 of l"IJ r lt -I 'g in t'ie f.-h Ti ? f In . ( J - i : o-.-i-n ar4 ri..i ire tin l r lfi er from tV irir t Iw-titw to l int and f.. I i-,ig on !rr. !."' 1 v o n ai.J : atr ff tL I r-1 -",- I i I ! ' oi.t I . r . f tr , ,.Mf ,.R ,. i f ar,4 tssf U'--l.- I ; f ' 'I- 1,"-Tit ir r.; ft.i real j '.! tw.-r4 t I" '!' i ,,,.14. I It 44. f ' t'-e e.m '? 1 1 e Otl T,"ll' -e n '4 r I f fn t -:n.it r ' i 'i -fi of r'5'?e!l e.fr remailable book cf letters. It's a ; wallop' -and we want j-ou to have a cxry- l avAd.bo l tWa snrtrsMirliiktirT te.Uf faJ frtwatawa froar rawt4 that fmm ft in Piatwantij Sqwfe Trat Tr, fmm r AIR-LIST" TRICES: merchant leaned atcsinst hi father's km- nnd lnniwtitlj- akod: Iaddr, la t.xlay tinnmw V "No. mr Kin. of rourw tolay Un't tomormw," anered the father. 'Hut "rou aald It etiiiliiiuwl the em. hen ilid 1 erer asjr today as to Biorrow 7" H eater-lay," an.TmI th n. "Well, It a; t"day a t m-fTT)W jeterdj, t.ut tty Is tialay. J'Jt a jet.-n1y t, today yetrda. but I jeti-rdn.T tlay. aod toninrrnw lie day t. morrow, wfce-li make tiNlay j ewterdsy a lid tomnrrow arl t trn-e. Nw nm akitig and I iy." nd tb fa the -,:; j ei ft to l i h:r -aith a t'igh ot riift. IKli III Tinea), I have a theory tbat there Is some good, ln every calling. My friend Thurston Is a divorce lawyer. When I one day expressed a wish that he should devote himself to some other calling he told me the following story: A couple one day came Into my office to ask me If I "tvuuld not get a divorce for them. There was every reason, judglag from appearance, why they should not be divorced. The mlin was twenty-two or twenty-three years old, the woman about twenty, and she car rled a child In her arms perhaps a year old, a bright little chap who took ln everything with wondering eyes. They were of the poorer class, as was Indicated by their dress. "We want a divorce," said the man, because we can't live together lu peace. Shea always nagging me be cause I don e make more money to make us comfortable." "What Is your complaint?" I asked the woman. I have to scratch all day long to make ends meet I can't go out to earn anything on account of the child. who needs so much care that I can't even get time to do the housework. If I could be Independent I might make plana. I could put the loy ln some Institution where I would be relieved of his care and earn enough to support myself ln peace without this eternal bickering." I invited them to be seated. The boy could stand, but was not yet able to walk. He stood Jiy his mother, steadying bimnolf by holding on to her dress, holding ber attention every min ute. I thought that if I were subject ed to such a strain I should soon go to a sanitarium. "I dn't see," I said, "that a divorce will help you two, and I do see thst you are Riving: up good deal of hap piness from some causa which It Js quite possible to rectify. You both have a bleswlng which has been denied me. I wuuld give fio.otio for a boy like thst If he were my son." Would you?" asked the woman, a rbange coming over ber face snd look ing from me to her child with pleas ure. The man said nothing, but I saw that my remark had stru-k home. "What can you do to make a living?" I asked the man. "I'm a gardener." "A gardener!" I repeated. "A man whose work Is In the pen air, trim ming hedges, turning up the freah earth ln the spring to make a place ' for flowers. Whi n the grass gets too I high lie runs a lawn mower over it. 4 Why. do you know that I in Joj fully ; nth Ipnting half sn hour's work rut- j ing my grass this evening before din- J tlon. I held out my hand toTilmTand, leaving his mother, with three stagger ing steps, he came to me. "That's the first walking that ever he did," exclaimed the mother gleeful ly. The father's lowering brow relax ed and be smiled. I took the child la my arms and kissed him. Then I fin ished my work ln reuniting his par ents with him on my knee, for the best work I do as a divorce lawyer la what I am telling you. "Where are you working now?" I asked the man. i "l m not working anywnere. I am looking for a Job." I thought a moment, then asked again, "How much money have you?" In a shamefaced manner he told me that he -had $25, which be bad brought with him to pay so far as It would go for a divorce. "You won't pay me the money for a' divorce," I said, "for It would be a sin for me to get a divorce for a young man with a pretty wife, a lovely boy and a knowledge of gardening. .Be sides, this is the season for your work play, I call It the month of 'April, when the buds are opening ln the sun shine, the birds are building their nests, while you are thinking of de ttroying yours. Go home. Do the best you can with the money you have, and I will look about for a Job for you. I hope to find one- before your funds are all gone, though you should use every effort to find one yourself." 1 saw that I had produced all the effect that I could have expected and more. The expression of both hus band and wife had changed, being lighted with hope. They rose, and the man asked If there was not some thing he could do for me for "taking up my time," as he put It, and I told him that he could. I would be amply repaid If I saw him take his wife and child In an embrace. The wife looked up at him sppealingly. I handed her the child, and the husband did ss I had suggested. It happened to strike the boy's fancy to put one arm around lis father's and the other around bis mother's neck, snd I had the pleasure of seeing a trio embrace. I pledge you my word that was the most valued fee I have received la years. I secured a place for the man ss rsrdener, and the couple have since lived happily In a lodge on the place. Public Elopamants. The Pulgarlan i perhaj.s the tnct Simple minded and Industrious peas ant ln Kuro'ie, and, paradoxical as It nmT aiiiiear, hi atandafd of morality I extremely high, although elopement are more numerous than ln any other country. But tliene are generally in nocent affairs, tietng almply the device of young fn',le to get tuartii-d with out the expensa a regular Pu'garhm bedding oiitalla. In mot cae not only Is tlie ronncnt of Uttu parents ob tained, but all friends are informed and suKcmble outMde the bride' hou to witness the elopement. Tha Black Watch. In 173') hlx oon,t'snii- of Hlffbiand- Terhaps you think I am contested ! r were raled f'r the protection of In thee well fuminhed office. I j Edinlmrgh. and Hie following year am, but Iwcauae I force myself over were ronnIi1.-it d Into a re(ru!r r -tithe diaagreeali! fiaturea of my murk, i nient, the ir.cli'atel retime ot. n1 I End a drop of comfort In that work ! were nutiilrial the- rortycY.ft'l. On ccaalooal'y in pointing put to some couple that In nt earning tbelr di trom forts tbey are going wrot e." 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