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ft lx !V ff Lince fi! fht iurn lliv l.fj nl f, rlh to IK fl.lit, lift l.r i.irtiJ Ivk'-a fium rr Tat ..luí tluL Ul e fi ddpjtr AnJ hap titlory'l i:;vn;U to t Mu. K't of lrft t tired rrj I, Bui a irivr In in lmlry itnfr. h tv 1 r r Un. I'ut I wlrlj tu n y jua AnJ l!r U.lji I terra Li Pi 'lt;, T I lkiA t jny rfb ib. Knit ft filviii ft 'i (J jur. A mí it itout.-n n t.tart í.l. in: ' l'f no love's tu writing kife at t-tr ! or. fjf Mi tJtf íll (1 tnartir cr!itr Itjr the irt"( an itn infptr'dj At tb bli cf tlir .male atij f. r ? the MJ-cr (j fil.jntry ft ml. ,(i but wbaicvcr ma other. -M-ilt, luf m;w( I at all 4 Jutl'ln mura A profn(ftr 'I worthlrst titebl , li0 lU U IUI I Kct M llm tMr. ft. W. Uiay In Jtrwjrk A.lcr(rr. 4 o o$ o i o$o $ 0404 oo pot 0 0-f o . o sum f Hoi th'J t g:..t Lett' Hivi-ii'liou li show to the minl'.ury. k Hut courf.oruied." ' on the' licit i!ny. v. lieu the train en-ll-;vd "tin? slntlou,' tlio chief, Brnilci (win cun-lbd ri red bather enso). and I to.k Vi iitS In tlio cferuer of the smoking d1iiiiif(!liViil oí the car. A soou or t Ur- ti;a started a lurjo, burly looking lui'ii oauic l:i nnil Joined un. I hid ii I:i'kv Mack loaliicr nult rr.se In one batid, which lio canloJ by ii lumüt'; ('roui Hit' i-fiiUrr jf nblcb rose u'lltili' Iiiukk ki;ob lil.e h too it ut. In tti Hut liiind lit- tnrrli'd ii licnvy t'.: h. Ar lio k:iI ilnivn I li :i ;:l r tiitu licU l,U M-MihiT HK'krt. linking n ilu to lis tn I i- mi tlio n It-i t. Tin- t-lrmiKi-r placi-il Lla suit raso bo-nidi- ui.r rvd case, iml e iiullrcil tliat lie vi r oik i- illd liv iHki- his liHtut off tbe LiiikIIi- or n-iiiovc liix nngi-m from tbe brnvN kimli In (Id ffiilrr. r.r:ixu-r li-aiictl ovir lo us nnd wills-pTi-il: "l'.f Kii-nl my moU'ls by tlin Itcwnt- pen ntys. .Mou imi-ii. ih fie noi nt-Ter ? He ir.nl.v wlii-D I üay. 'Now.' ' 1 1 lAo of b Turiifilo m-Hrofrr ublainrl Vut Ilia Kua- Inn f luvrrniueut. o i 'Ilciil tlint, VkIIiiÍ." MUI tin- I k yard rlilt-'f.'liiindliic mo nu oUiclnl mm niuulcatlon from the inlnivtiT of imi' rliib. It ran: "I bBve roeelrod ponlllvi' Tiiforina tlo tbt (be IttiSHlail govorniuciil Ii:ih In Romo way olitnlntd pow'tluii or tin' ecret of tin now torpedo di-Mtioyi-r' moflo. No. 71)12 and I building in cording 'to oilr tub!4. I'lensc ma!:.'' every Inquiry Immvdlutrly'ly liml out bow the plnn of tbe model ban conip In of Its poexeBRlon. Vou bavu full nil tborlty tó adopt 111 tieceitsury inrnut Need I ImprpRS tbe Importance of li covering tbe loakngc?" "Ik la Infelpllcablc."-1 nlil. "Nó cue baaaeen tbe model except you nud me and tbe tncmbera of tbe coum-ll unU-i s. tndde, the Inventor, ha driven a dou ble bargain or orne otic has obtained n copy of the model from bin workshop." T have thought of tliot." Bald the chief, "but I. thluk Unit volution wry tinllkeiy. He will probably bo hero In a few minutes." "What nbout tbo minister? Could there be any teakngv from tbo coun cil J" I -queried. "I f would rnthcr you would n'usgfxt that, than that I ahouhl." ho replied dryly "No. my dear Vallnl. the re sponsibility ...rents on your whoiildurs and mine, nnd we tuuiit clear ourxeht' at all costs." AtitbtH moment Urailer. tbo 'invent or, catered the room. "Voa.lae aeut for me,'-' ' bo old' aborUy. "Tbe mntter la very Important.' mild tbe chief, "as a forelgu government -no matter whk-b -has niaiir'l fV ob tain a copy of your model No. 711112." "Wint. the torpedo destroyer?" ex claimed Itrazler. "We want to know who bu aeccsstrt your inodels beside yourself." aald the chief. "Noonc I oin not n fool. I trust on one. I apeak to no one when there Is a work on hnnd till I luiud It to ln government. for coOHldirntKn. No one touches the'inmlel but myself. Every model, up to the present tluio that I have nubmltted has been mad com pletely, from flint to last, by myself." "Could any ono enter your work Bhop.".queeled tbo chief, "wtlbout your knowlnc: It?" "Certainly not!" he replied decided ly. "II would be quite Impossiblo. The room lu which I work Is on tlio ground floor nnd built of solid stone, with a concreted foundation." "How Is the room cnterod?' asked tbe chief:- "There la only one approach to it. through an Iron door which opens into my sleeping room, and If (he door were opened It would disturb elect lie boils over my head. Bo you see, my denr friends. I do not sell secrets without taking care that they shall not become public property first. No, no; the se cret did not come from roe. my frU-inti It mustfiiar twcii stolen Trtnu you." ' "The -model might have been sold on the double." remarked tuc chief. Hraslvr drew himself up and said: "Yon are an honorable in no, nod your friend bore Is an bonorablo man, but yon are. fortunately, not the only hon orable in en i that this coostry pos- V!:i-tlicr the stranger board tbe wui-iIm cr not I do not know: but. nuy bow. he was startled by wn-lns Ilrazlci whinger to us nud tpruug to bis feet. brliiK'ux his HI It k to the bayonet c-i:are. us if to tlirimt with It at nny one Kin attempted to npprpnrh b!m. 'J'l.r i Mil h.-id hM I uiud on his ro riiSer when the slranner iiiranR lip nud. on the luHlant, coverel Mm with II. I.lltc lililí ulii he srrnck the re vohi r witli 'flic mirk. It burst with n (n im-ndMiM explosion, slintterini? the t-hirf n li.-iiid nud covering me and lira ;.ii i l.'i fragments' of broken window Vv'Ih-ii the Finokc cleared, we fonnd th.it t!,e sirnner had taken ndrantage of the rnnfuhloii. thrown open the car i iti;;- dour nml Jumped' fur bis liberty, leaving the Mill ease belilml. We found nfnrv.iird thai II contained n r.iost lu jri 'lini.s viiiinllnii of the Koentsen np pai.itiiit. whleli would cnnble n clever iiiiM'l.:!iii-1iin to obtain the worklug de lailM i.f any model by dMlorqphy. The instrument In now In the bureau of tin- iiiiiiMtry. i ne stranger we m-ver heard of avaln, so we resumed be was lii'-kv lit his lump nnd escaped. 'I In- iiiily one v ho suflered much was ,iu:r b- loved chief, who has never com I'lletel.v recovered from tbe shock nod '!e i leruiiou that followed his share In the iM-aovery of how model No. 1'J2 n-.ia btolcu.-St. I.ouis Star. The t'ordrr's Lni-kr Py. "We wire tinvelrug' froin El I'nJO to tliTonst.!'. said the ndvsnce man of a tltentrlcat comblnstlon. "nnd the porb-r Iwid tncke-1 ua siiukIv In our bertlm wlieu ,wo were nwnkoned to the con-M-lousnASH tlint our train-was 'held up.' Tbe rlilirs;inTTbrd us ritit of tbo car and made us dellrer. Fortunately net one ot un bad more than a few doUsin In en&lv. Ivt tb man who held ip t ' car porter gave a yelp of dellidit: ' -e wli.it I've found! Tut 'em back! Kl thotrainr 'In the careless porter's vent p' bo bad discovered a rolftif bills n as the pocket would boidj It 1 If there must have bevil' seve: i! U diTdidollors. . Wc nil knew of tb Itirble rapai-lousnens of the Pi.. car porter, but never drcsim d th:i, accumulations wore so large. Yet ' friendly lunuao spark of forglvir -atJ sytnpsthy was In our heart the poor fellow IohIur no much e fell swoop. We were gnthj-nd smoking compartment and hud i- solution purse under ndvlseiiu " the darky, when be came uloi,;-aeli: " "Wnh I.nwd, dnt was the lu -apcrlence I done ever bad,' ho cbuckllug all over. I.ucky'. ' ' "We were astonished. A poof : ant robbed of -bnidreds chuckling v gleel ... " ''Deed, yes, gem'tnen! Dey ni - -look but Jls' in only one of ruy p- j etsl' "-New York Times. ,'., ' i .i , t ,. U a ii . ha i j 'i i K r I REAT OPENING-CLIFTOlt, Tbe examination of Brazier's work shop only confirmed bis view lo every point, and there could be no question of the secret of tbe model bavin: b--r. discovered or got nt surreptitiously without. tbe connivauca of Brazier him self i- We then called oil tbe mlolster of ma rine noil having told bim tbe deaU. of our wnctilu' offered to band lu our' milgnnthnis wltb our official reports on tbe search. "I should not accept tbem." be said indly cThta. particular matter Is. aft er irlL of, great. Importance only that we may detect tbe leakage, and I leave tbe matter In your bands, gentlemen. Keep your eyea and eara open nnd," be added, wttb a dry smile, "don't cl dp tbe aearcti,' ' ' . ' " ' Three months bad -elapsed and bad btm frultleon when one day Brazier was announced, no came Into the chiefs room, bis face furrowed wltb thought but wltb a triumphant gleam lo bis eyea. "Oentlivxen." be said. "I bavo made many experimenta to try ta Ood out bow my model was stolen. At last I am near oct-ess." ' "rjown we both queried almuIUDa oosly. "Ueotly. geutly. my dear sirs. It bis taken roerfhrec mootbs baxd work and aoxlous thniifbt to get oo tba tjac. .Now ta the time to act No; bo equa tions now, hot cots wltb 03 td tb itulo tomorrow, for rwnry on ia tb ova inowi that líoiírtow I IfThí tn w. -. . I t. . f'nnfi:cii:n calls himself n transmitter only, nut n m.i!;er, Is'llevinK In nnd lining the nucieiits. When spooking if himself, lie kmvs: "M 1.1 I had my iniiiil in-lit on Ii-:; ruins: nt '0 I stooil tlini: ul l I hud no doubts: nt SO knew (lie liii-M-es of heaven, nt 00 my i-nr was an o!cillont or:sii for the re- eeptleii uf truth: nt 70 I could follow what my heart ik-sired without. Iraus- Kresl:ir what was rlbt" i 'uiil'iiclns died in -178 ft. .C. com plaMiin that nr.ion nil the princes of ll.e 1 1 1 1 1 ri there was not one who hud ndotiled his principles, not one who would iiiiey his lesson. This hIiows mii'i-i-M - that he himself v as not ml m-tlve ri-fui iiiei-. ko Hint while nllve br seari-i-lv fH-iiltiecd n ripple m the si-.niotli nud silent surface of the roll g!ni:s iliini;!it of his own country. He was. mi tloulit. In iiilvnucc of bis con-, ti-ii' porn ries. hut he took his. staud chfi-fly on certain verities t tint had cume iluxrn to hint from ancient tlmes ami his faith In these verities nnd In their ruining rovlvnl'has certainly not len helh-d by what uapiU'Dud after bis i'i-.-iIIi." His i.-iandson nlioady speaks of him n Hie ideal of a sue, as a sage Is the lili-iil of all Immunity. Hut even this piaiiii.-ioii was far from clnlnilni; itlvlue honors fur his grnndslre, thjupli he ii-rtiilnly (teems to cxnlt bis wisdom nnd virtue beyond the limits of human n:j!,i:ie.-.Ma Mullcr in NluetecntbCoii tmy. " ' .. TH DAI iY L) SQJp its ÍR1.50 A TH3 A'Carollne Islands Vrmmá. The Caroline Islnnds group Influí tH-Hides coral islnnds Ave mottntnlnovs islands of basaltic formation, hcauHKO aiul fvrlllu wltb rivers nud springs. Among the many queer legends these children of the Taolflc tber '3 none mere highly Improbable tho their theory as to the origin -of the Is loHds and tbeir Inhabitants. ' Tb"y think they themselves were very stror -g In the wutcr In fact, tbey lived In It. The story goes that a woman and cblldi-en were floating around on 11 e rcH-f when a man appeared from " west wltb a basket of soil on his si-v'i!-ders. lie bad stnrtcd'out to nn.:-.e i,' Wlaqd ,wltl( a muunuln-wi It. -t uc the ctilldron cried out to lilin, "ti-.'-c .5 a little soli to make a place 'r .n-.r mother to rest, for she Is very -wik and connot swim." ne took fir u handful of tbe earth and tbrt -v ii down, making an- Island. As-the 1.1') was going on his vray over the' '-Kf.-the son slyly made a hole In the W.:; krt. so os be proceeded on bis vw' y :e left a trail of land behind. 'a l.ii he líeosme conscious that tbe :-.; soetuod lizbt. and. looking aroumi saw l.lu land. In bis anger lie firm'.t nhout nnd trod upon It and thus tbe '1 lands were formeJ. I Sin M"H W fi 1 8ti iwj TiMinii.r caiwrB n sMMi met IBM mm,,- TV si in nm s M. mmm OKr 1 Qf ll III tli t SI ISM. III j!)'j IHiiiJi twMMl, Ma mm, aS akt H mm mnr mmm tm mm Cuasi axis wwmmm Is kaaa4 mmrf karaSaSs a ekaar aa SACIFU COPY "SDtT JTIL Aai i a s-i-ca J! Irlf- of, ia auaa wa k Saaljl a iba OaakaS k MB aH as aaXIMls ! aoaa. Ha) tgixMSMV Wis Mi 1 manai in nrMataal aaaw islllli, sa Ua H.aaftj faraaat and aptcfeMt. mm Ma aManaaaaaBTti. j alaiial paaa Hi CMaaaaaMnv. VUm cusswsim boa imh nn-aaMa- maaj -mat aa. MM araaaS aKd iiiatialiia at mil aa miaul naiaMmliiai. allaaia. aar- 1 1 y j susnaa, ar aninnalriaa at aai an I. r.e 1 iZONA, TO- GAPITA'LIGTa.37nO WANT, TO INVEST . COPPEB PROPERTIfííí" Copp: x laimsrin prcups of three' to ciirt' inyies. . aoM and silver properties-of knoTTn nexit. I It-i-e i-lsinii, -atissaai on tka tins lváge, a aifk gmxi Ii-' !' nmnfii iii, it a n'i 11 t: -rii thoroughly prsi, tttti; itaats4 ia rakao 'aO i 4 -ill N. S I fia tlaism csstifsssi ta tsik ststr; tssssr t7s;g!aa , . . . v.-ii BTT(rt JI le lá per cfat; II lass f high grada ara as . . 1. : i'- . a ic t ifi"! aasnlsis miaisfc áutiict, Cikkssi Maaly, CSSt r 5a. arvra fU sná. sllvsrfcsariBg rlt aunts; tkarsvgklyaaV ' ni eysci 25; ?'ca! of std trijscsst ta Ua StS Tra'atitt rivtr, waiak e ycur : ni síoráis wattr power to ras say aaaatr af itsatas, era ttr :( , et: ; nsder iaUüigeat ssd prscticsl Mining kstrvMisa Ik is grsaapi ,a:sci it: yzd scsraioaklyj ilsati ia tht Crtals aid tataataia aTtiahil uraiiim cosatv. GitOCr N-0.-4. Tenr cspptr elsimi; saroasala ri fir ( ia t'lr ( ; (.trúfales goU anesBtaia mining aliatriet. 'rfurth infurcsntus tratit. esll aa ar aarsit Kedzie & Class 1 Lórdsburg, New D exicr - BOUSE km mil r-v TDí T Hanging and Decorating a Specialty MONUMENTAL WORK, i hi. : un j ., ,ri In i .120 ins ' Inalalril on a ftisnire. 'The spick nnd spnn youns orfloe calmly takes command over '-.Herma i grown "crny In battle and v. i t'. .'" U sometimes nn amusing pi-rs.-in. i-ml --r, I hirly If a sense of his own tmpoi-.n.-.-e I Is Unduly developed. . i - Oir oiM' oeonsion word wn In various South Afrlesu rn:ú; such and Biich n moriiiug i-vi-r Otflcor 's army must ch Bhlrt. The Jmperlal Light borse. who f"mi ed part cf tbe couimn'nd.' nrtil only '('.: Bhlrt apiece, nnd that wn or. ..: backs. So a messenger was f.l-i r. to oxplnin. But the bonoralil-' r.ri,) Innt olilcer. fresh from Hm..il knew bin business, i "If the uv't of the Imper;..-. i borse hnve, net got n second sM.T" ho firmly, "let tbem rbnnge ubli'ti-, '. each other. :My orders are Impt '.-tivc i Reyersibie Map? ! r'.iih-rr in vTsad ar Marblt. Oreltri far Mesditaars restive arts fln Ii.i tlx n tetui ita'Siitrflr, )t 1 in ,. i . i t'lr : -a i'rtt ' SrreiitaaJfsaattlieitsj.:-' ta J. L'Bezbzs Clifton, Aiisoaa V-S7wfvj tira thvV-rl Vaéa, nisioa 0-va ri yortvwt a- si nor H in i1M 'ap oí the World " "tV'K &fM;.S'aft I. -wi v' 'S -! tita ,Hmp '-mi U-rav-iF vmi n4-4tf t-r 4ama i'Mi Dr-T.-t.y.Mia?ai.a mmm f aaor. i-maSt XS. '.- mm a r. CiMaatala. SvfMCjiaOIVCAl. m I i i:r Tbe I'nrmeal lie Aakeil. Mmi'.-Melssoulor, tbe wife of the not ed t'lem-li nrilst, evidently was ,not ovi rnbiindiiiitly supilled wltl,taot It Is Mid of her that one dny she sent for the family physicinu, nnd he hurried over to tin- house, thinking nome Illness Ii:m1 overtaken the artist It was uot the master -cf the house, however. It was only the liijidog. The .doctor pock- di d his pride and most zealously at tended the patient, which soon recov erorr. At the end of tbe year he sent In It's V Ul. but among the Items there was none fur attendance oh A dog. Mine. Mel: sonler noticed the omission nnd ckliid the physician's attention to It. "You must charge for tbut nlso," abe said. ' "I Insist upon It." "By no means," was the reply.. "iam uot a veterinary surgeon. 1 was rcr. glad to the dog n service, but really I can't lie pnld for it'." "I'.iit I Insist upon It!" said tbe la .". "Well, tlieu." returned the doctor, "ns the hlngea on my gato nre somewhat rusty M. Mclssutilcr mny bring his brush nnd pnlnt them for me." But Melssonler In the role of' o oto painter Is not known to history.' The Ulcuett Art. Tito word "artistic" has been. so ints apptled that tbe majority of people sup pose It means something rather disor derly and hapbnxard. How often liter ature gives us tbe prim, precise maldeu aunt, wltb ber narrow. Intense luve of, exact ontllne, nud the art loving uieco, all on tire with raptnros over "color bnrmouios" and contempt for every thing which Is Dot picturesque Let us give ooi4 tympatby. however, to tbe de rided aunt. Crtue for color Is a lower degree of he sense of bennty thnp ap preciation of syminctricTi) arrangement. Sculpture Is a finer nehfeveqtent of tbo lutrlh-ct than painting.' ravages, ami iguorant children cnu take pleamirc.ln color dit-play. bnt only oo ediipdlef.1 mind Is moved through effects of form - I'lon-ci-e Ucll Wlolerbtlra In Worn n' If"ie t'cn'i nf Ion. And There lie Was. "Yon," he snld.-"l think a ma-; wa It to himself to choose a wife w lío ;.mi do housewoikolf necessary Ot'coj 1 wouldn't want my wife to work !:j the kitchen, but she ought to he hl;r 10 do so. One never mil tell whut hbv happen. Girls sometimes lenví muí! flply. icnd fortnnes nr oi eusto-iflly swept away ' Im mipplnion. , c-rl ( .-s herself Just as much bonor-ia ieuruin to do housework os in learmn id fiiiy tbe piano or In studying 'tiuiur r.': ay ynm," and"- "Oh. Mr. Spoodleklns." she cried cuse-me for interrupting yon l.i.V n-iofc a fminy thing hnpx-uel this ni'tera I dropped tbe dishcloth and said 1 1 self. 'There, 1 know somelxHly come this evening" And here you Chicago, Times-lieruid Yi-- v if;-'1 te i .J .-.:: 4 5 A i tj x-rt.. t-r . n '. . -fcU sllPiKl.-itf -t'l'lTe ' 'J V'. i-fe'-pr vir :; n i 1 i !:-- .1 T c i Í '.rcil fvr;o. : . ,r i LI hT '' . Í M; I 01 J I.1' l f. ' r. Or ií;e t j.-, 'i i.-'it-i.i r.H-l--.fi or. i-hi i' M Hf PAC ' ÁNP- jTV Í art practically ammllJtittíJ pmmá by th occaa. cabla MkO 'A . 'CI ii y naHfr a Oread of Dealb. Blr Lyon rinyfuir. who n pro ntu the I'lilvei-slty of Edinburgh tor 1, 1 years, naturally came In contin t witu tbe most eminent men of Knglsnd. and h fiut V'l" question to most of thom, "Did: yun bl., your extensive prtictlcc ' ever know a patient who was afraid to ' die?" With two exceptions. It seems, tbey nnswered "No." One of these ex ceptions was rdr Benjamin Brodln. who enld he had seen one cane Tbe other waa. Slr.lUbjrt.'.Cbristl8on. who bad seen oncease, that of a girt of bad character wbo bad a sudden accident. -Health. M P. 4 ' 1 1-- ! , ri. mll ? 3 ; oí .- ta In , :rr.: I : - K' - j '11 l'--(rr' Tf pati, f -i I air aua-1-7 W' ol Cnrtlal ' a oteoKaraa tu4 I a raaaorad at .1 - ".I bil-HU "V I-, '--.! aoimt irfal Í . .p i' .. "1 1, lflka- Ad- J - .. y iM-iiani;ivrs '' Tht - ...tr;Wva X 1KJM Ca. ( ii i.anooi 1i :n Tb Ulaeovery ml Iron, Teacher Sammy, can you tell me Wbere and. bow Iron was first diseov ered? i.. . . Eammy I con't tell you Just where, air, but 1 tblnk I know bow It was dla covered. ,. Teacher Well. Psmmy. what la your Information on tbsl point I v Buojuiy I board pa say tbe other day that tbey smelt It -i-.X. ' f.- -,.l Vv. i-.f-:' ' land telejTajSffr syitat&i;: j 1 which now btlt Ua tz , curaferaaca of Olilnxttt . so max y difTtraat directions. - "Foreifn parta" ara Uaf t foraigh. la the old weaning of tha term. Europe, Africa, AjtUt ' ' re "next door" to ns. What happens there to-dy w kTC , ...to-morrow if wa read THE CHICAGO RECOUD, tilt? Special Cabla Correspondents are located i ft try imftrtamS city in (it world outsi'dYNW the United States. N 9tSf 5 American newspaper erer attempted bo extentbréa BerrtsC l , , and it is supplemented by the regular foreign maws sasisQ. 1 ( of The Associated Press. For accurate inteiligeaca 4 UV5 I starring events which are shaking the nations of wart ttiQ i rumors of warsof the threatening dissolution of ol4 (rrrC' (', menta and tha establishment of new of the award twata cr .' the race in all parts of the world the one anadia aftlf , most satisfactory information it the enterprising, "mf-km-ÍrJ American newspaper, THE CHICAGO HKCOX.D. ' -.- : r J A liu-ire man at tht world as Mironlar't Prolaeato. saaal tjt'?r'( w 1-4 1 fH r4 laetvii la sla, aeaaofulij i,r!ata,l Is ooiara. wlia a laoro aaaaa H.. 1 JL at t.a apt ou m fir-rna Will aa Miad (a nny illiai an I dhiirn a rni-ri'ii of roiua acoo-apnawl hj two t-aent araisas I -Mvar poataaiiA unu- inv Ta l;ini;i-ta aiairiv Saw araar- . ' aiieuiai aa'iia aanritfa t.r irri -ji'c i khihjhd niv: iha eHMre elvmaad IMPORTANT - G-ATEWAYfí 4' . THEOüCH M JAKT WmMw Agency. Ta Lissaii, tasa hat malt tnuitsuti u : m ait at r AKD The direct through line from Arlmoa and New Ifexlca to I' V Tb Blaboa Kin Him, A story current about tb bishop of London represents bim n a bored lis tener to a windy speech; ' Turning to a fellow sufferer, be said, "Do jou know that spenUeri" "No," was tbp answer. :' do," said tbe bhrbop.. "lit speakj trader many a I rus, bur bht aaiav la TlxSmíí Itf-toritíoa KcW "JBSORIPTION? any periodical Paraoni wtthiuK lo nubn-uibt for say r'-xi la:aji lcva fiíaai-naiíríicta st la.j tf. I tud wt!l L.-Nrvd tot t:er or ejs;uIm i jaca-b ,ft)a yaikitf't J all MlaKjiUa . . hi m r-i), i mh vt n'heni-t. Low Altitude. Ferfect I'asseater sarta, Th.'utigb arp. iay-nvers. Lstesl pattern Pullaar ufel 3)str! lía.-iño.'.'i "Tr (Air Oars.' taeau free. Spied, safitjr and "avta fart CTS blned. :- . ' . 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