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THE CAIH0 BULLETIN, SATURDAY MORNING. JANUARY 8.1!10!J.
I ll.-.. , - . 1 .. . ' ." .. Wmwy If you are sic!;, don't worry, but bctrin at coco o make yourself well. To do this, wo but repeat the words of thousands of other sufferers from womanly ills, when we s?:iy: TAKE Bp!? f-W l.?.:-i.5. It m m is m m si 111 !n Yon j-'or &o years, this wcnderful female remedy, has M wen oeneuwng si-k w,nu ii. . .Mrs. Jennie Merrick, of Cinnhnd't? Ciry. In. I., sirs: "I suffered greatly with female; trnnhlp .ii "1-v tUU UVl lA'J. O U ,l I UU UUUVl. 9 Jiicy wanted to operate, but I took Cardui, and it M made me (Vol like a new 'voman. I ani still using m this wonderful meditdne, vith increasing relief." If AT LL . DI1UG STORES ,$ vell-kidwi va SI QPtRA H0USE F0RMPA8TNEPSHIP YANKEE DOODLE GIRL" THIS . AFTERNOON AND TONIGHT ALL, FOR FUN OTHER PLAYS COMING. Conceded to bo olio of I he besl far cionl plays uf Its kind. "A Yankc Doodle tiirl" will bo presented at t lc opera house, matinee mill night ly in adoutiate company wilh I lie ilniuly, pretty mid charming yi'iui; neiress Miss Jessie .Moseley. "A Yankee Don- He (iiii" is a comedy Unit Is Intended n divert attention from Hie win I oj ills, chilis and tribulations in gener al. In oilier words, il is all for fun and lo make everyone happy. The is one of men! and in I lie Immunise of the small hoy, "it's a pe,"eh." rloos: Nighl. -5, ii) iiiul 75 cents; .Matinee Id anil 25 cents! JOHN C. GHOLSON AND ALBERT F. STAEHLE CONSTITUTE NEW FIRM IN CLOTHING BUSINESS EMBARKED ON NEW YEAR. On the lirsl day ol partnership of two known business tin a the New Venr a of Cairo's wc'.l went into effort when the (Inn of (Hudson ,vi Stiiohle formerly emend the Held. For many yours .Mr. John C. (ihol son has eol'dncied Hie Star Clothing store at 7il I'oiiiinorcial aveiine with j! rout success and for fifteen years of llie lime he has had as his valued assistant. Mr. Allien P. Slaehle. Tile latter has been mosl conscientious and faitlifi.il in the performance of his duty which in ' connection with moving can keep pvory Inch of '.r iiitiiuIInK sluice under eoiiHtmu hiii vellluueo, 'J'he floor, , lienoath the Hiifo coiiHlstH, In nddltlm to its steel Inside linings of two Hers of rnllroa: interlocked mils, with four Inches of connote on top and four inches of armor plate underneath. To the vault itsi If art- two circular doois each eight feet and one-inilf in thick ne. Farh of the hinges on these doers weighs two tons. All around the whole structure lire the brass m zzles. which by the touch of button anywhere in the building, und in sev eral places outside of It would render i he vicinity of the vault a cauldron of death. The total cost of this re- markuhlc defense aguinst thieves is given as $2,"d.iMtO, which while huge in Itself Is only a inhnte fraction of the treasure which it euanls. STRUCK BY EMPEROR COINS MINTED DURING MAXIMIL IAN'S BRIEF REIGN. Many of Them Now Command a Pre miumLegend Saye Cracked Die Foretold Fate of the Adven turer The Facts. Man. 1 ft ,1 - rJpftt "r r s- ? - -e r-- Pure Whiskey Ot!ti Prevents Sleknesi; .nc; :-a.. in-cn .-htvl.cl in t:"'.e iv ihc Matiy a m-Himk jttdiciuila use mmyBtwrn. TiiL PURELrOOD Js Ail, .M As a h t'i:vc lit ; u tthoto 1IKOOK Hurt- I xrnJ U 'althfitl tonic ' '1 i r J ( .- : Mil! it. 1 1 niuii'-i 'v si innd, - hum'' . . t? -1 n in t. .1 i:i ImI i l - l..;il 1 lt iiii'i rut'a ni 'tnoriiitK lit i. -ii stamp' .otiMit- si ;''-'! :(ii l i Ask Your Dealer for ll. SUNNY BKOOK UIST1I.I,; 11 V I..O., Jultcrsuii Co., Ky. wmtmmssmwmjm.i . mutton w lor hall a Centcry Wood's Ffvrr Pills i have l.i . -i k n,;, i h the only ure cure for Chill I ail.l l-'e , r and all lllliiitit'nna Mm.i-.i j. 3 '""..i e.M.'ieN. .'Mi a I.I....:! tMfie.r nti.1 lu building tip a run down s si t-m lin y have mi f .pial. For Sate by s!I Lorl Drpnn!f U CONDUCT OF GENERALS I. (Conuiied fona First I'Hge.) in i it Ih r OfiiC i mil. w no sliall iv liers no one fun oui.ii red as dan;:' as Crate. Ncpclei l ist to ma ii.-i' t il ' was coeijilete. but end o( the 'i:,i..jii a. ugKlVK-.lv"1 and Mt A't ll.a le ll i-ingle j i.aV. in; i t !: (If all ; I. (.ii.I Jim-, an . n yield1- ! 1 !- i --I i le.-'-l ... t a i high t- e cuiop r i.ia.i ii ! i-1 .-o liillcii. . i. Io n 111 biiia i I. 01 I- I ! !-l;ii I i1 1 1 i i If. r army ev 'lucky imi which bis pure. I a') I sa1 e-i W hicfl lie p,,l Inn . I id tin. I h re ' tll'ie ever retrieved or win i i !-,. ,;, ,,i, subi ! (iina'o e,r e,n t"J sae, him ,.4 ,i. i, hem ..!ille, h, w as I be i,n i ii i ii ill Hr. I. I M ' aleav j.) j. s H, , j ., . j. 'llDtlgll lie li,;,, I, list Ii U f II ii I tltellts luttt.ctl ill. ;:,,l,l;, ,11,, .laitKK, be seems to have pi.-t !., t ontal alia- ' Mi it. u -. I" I'll ' .1 sttoiy i f id. I. ( -III. s. i.t.j.Tiiv. ,,.,i,,. ,,, ,. 1-oMilo HMny. ; - ;,rri .Moipaii-'i il 1 ', ll I I w I .; n I, e. .; 'm-i-.o a ! Ill III11 !- 'e:':-1' : a! ti':' Mta.i. a piriie.l a. ei;.,s in : 'I.I llo ill.; .V.-l.'l-dellll-- ''eie Coihs of Voi-.in H.wc Been Vu-de'cri band Pol ce Aficr Sappgsed Ey Kus-Him, t; l 'l.ii n-io. .1, I. i"i I !' ! Mitl' fa-hi. (ill-! i tiiidinir . I in. im; Ii -ai.l i in. Ii-. I , Mt.-. A i ! u:n -nable apa d by Hie of l iiiiian ii. in . I. i 1 i1 ' lie. Im nilie Untrii e.l ill the '.. ' ill l-u:M 0ii( e 1()ii , Il led y. a lie. tniiit'-i b lui" r t!i Tli : ,1 'm-. In poll. e j Im- hut .a.-, d III.. In t he I .- a1 n.. i I.e. .11 I' !e.l lor I a-. ..It bi -i iii i UllM A. ,..( -!.-l oi.ti bftili! ili.,'ai e.i l, : lit. v.;.. s.i.iek ov. i; on h ;; I r ii.i,-. h .ut iliio the ,n ,,,, . i'l'JUNDTIOti IS VACATED Vrw Yof J.'t ts Holds Indepeniic-. O-'d1! .f Forrestert May In 1 He r -ie ' i i 'i :.s I It 'I'M? i ! .1 ' K' :i "f " i. a 1. 1 gi a r 1. at ' i aina's tl Im Ii, If llM,! A i 'im- Ii.. in that an I I Mi""1 1 .. . ... X Life l'i I. 1 . r. of si l- ra:; i.l f . in; Mornse ;,. 'i 1 iiiir just rie! t." appoint yrtn on tri.il .''!. '-4 t al! drug It f"Hi bmrt ! . : 1 -a t '"'n ii. ! . I1, s .(,-,,;, in. Ma. 'i I If i' i s" . Ituif". m ;'; ;i')t.... .'".i- ' Tt . Iw.w i '!? .'. n b.i 't ! ! s A Se Uoderttcod It. ! "No." mi XJr Jr rtT ! Cm 1 "my h-'f4 !rn"t stesr, t t r Ij'Ii 4 .;:.. .-. ; I-(1'4 l"l SV f '. i1 I ! liis snpoiior business abiMly in:id" him so vubuible n fuel or in the bit.'! jiies, tlrnl Mr. (iliolson nave him ilei I opportunity to acquire a linanoial he terest llie'-ein. niiin ol hcimn is i!su:iH j .ir. Siuehle is :i stock holder in in iinpossibl!' croaiitre mid the Alexander Coniitv .National bank. pie 'a director in the Home Ib.iHding an.: I can usKociatloii and one of t'aira's siilisianihil men. .Mr. (Hudson for years has been one of ih,. loading business in. u here and highly o.-, loomed tor Ids hiiih principles and Ohrisiimi chiiracter. Thin the now firm sin reed Is -issureil and llieit hosts of friends will ui-li them un bounded prosperit y. "The Snuaw Tin' bail man of consiib red is alleged lo rank afong wilh ih. Iitresitue hut illogical co w. piiticlo'i i; that graces llie pnges of the montiil.' i.iasa.ines. As a inatlcr 'of fact il i generally conceded that the had man is non-exislanl, and thai, he lias passed Ironi our Western life along with many oilier features that wore syio bolic cd' primitive conditions. In "Tin Heiiaw .Man." howevrr. the play by I'M win .Millon Ilo.ile that comes to the opera iiouse Tuesday, .laiiunry .".th with Dusiin Farniim in tin' title role there is a bad man. and a koiumwI'M i ncauing one by reason of his vei v (tis.v going malignancy. He is not i:' tile liiniiaziue ivpe however, for lie has 1 n carefully drawn from lit.. by the author who know him in the Iang age, before Kuiorson Hough be gnu ruthlessly d'-aggiug tlx- romantl. siectacles from cur noses. In ih. nhiy ibis bad man is known as "('n ,1 Hawkins," mid he is a splendid type of the old-time character. Florence Davis, now on her tilth an nual .starring lour, is announced a:; 'lie a' I rii (.lion nt tile opera house soon in the recent London and New York success, "1,'u.ler llie Greenwood Tree..' Willi Kllioti, Dex'ier and oilier no tab!, s in llie supporting cast. Rank Foolishness. 'When attacked by a cough or cold, or When your throat is sore, ll Is foolishness , to take tinv oth medicine than Dr. kings Now Dis covery," says C. O. EMrldge. of Em pire, (la. "I have used New Discovery seven years and I know It Is the best remedy on e:ir!h for coughs and cohlo croup, and all throat mid lung iron ,uy eniiitren are subject, lo but New Discovery (itilek'y cures every attack." Known ih world over us the King of throat, me in tig. remedies. Hold under guHi'aniie at all drug stores. ,"no. and $l.ue. hies, croup, COUNTRY CLUB TALK It Do- k i:. c .says "ll dO.'i ' .Mr. Prank Houmnn. the Nathan uesron ot liiroge Cohans inns; cal play, "Pifly Miles prom Iloston." which comes lo the opera house soon, is one of, llie original members of the -list which hue been presenilng iij... ly siic'.sslu! ila.is for the j.ast year ,M r. .Maim Sale used it tor I '.-.ed ii for i in in. App Ilea', d ii hind." 25t. ; the Buciness. :;i 1 1 1 in ti ,. ! m . ol ( iiuio'i of Bin klen's Arab in.' nusiness: i tinvi lied and it cured tlli'll aped hands mid it cure died il to an old soiv and i V'.nhoiit leaving a scar be at, all drug stores. to A; l; your Miuags'ei lirown" will be li. i-o, I for there are s"ore; and "Alary lanes" in ably tell you t he dat :l conn .-. per liis when "llusli r and bo or she s of "Dusters" town) will prou ail riiiht. iv! I'll 'easnn. much in l.e 'A, if l:,). cosiuines, .sccnerv nations have 1 CALDI8C BATH FOR BURGLARS :W YORK BANK ADOPTS NOVEL PLAN TO PROTECT THE MIL LIONS CONTAINED IN ITS BIG VAULTS. New York, ,1a est f) . 1 1 ' I'liruiar lias ji st hern I. I. -The device in ill"talled j'liai'i $.-e.-! ! tp, very the hen cash no n world '. to and "Polly id ll).. lar p!a bille e and niulii Circus" is aitoi her p,,p I to appear In r' niaii in t lie in ar I'ut .ire. the S5 , , , , , , , ( i , , , j,. I'uii.ee.i in seiuiilios reposing in vanlM ol One of tl.e city's banks ll it guards. This d' ico is ixdiiiag j. sh than a sieaui bath, and in.' rurglur who could lirst ieiielrilte the s'sloeii ion steel door of the I'. e'.l hi, d hii:!.-v.i' prompt .y .- uiiocan :i a;, it scai.K d to deal ll l ami iiiii i u a d.v released tots or siine.- t d t. a.n. In. I. e, so far as sale. t v . m iln c.te.l . ( pen. sine el iaiii slop lis the : a n v 1 doors miglil be team bath until ! i no t rying to Listen and Be Fopular. Don't tell- your t-oitl.'es to ntliois. hev nr.? lookina for in opport uml v (.. ti-H theirs to yoii,-t;u,v::i. Kdot i . - t, n t in, uch euc-i ,e, u arinoi , 'a:.' elie i- details tliis Dew vault he iilost reniarUalde in the Worhl. ll lire .. -n ol rill of loo tons of steel and .,( j, ,,s ' . t tie Spares i. t W "II a - brilliantly lighted an iuLp nlons arrange ! a : lit' b i.ioi u ithm t (For The Bulletin by X. Ray Faber.) Dr. Anderson: I have been refresn- in? my memory on the Bible of hit ' im 1 liud it more ititerostlim reading than ever before. There is so niucli in it that appears fresh and new to in '. compared with my former read- i nir1' ot many yours ago, when the riiiiling was somewhat, compulsory in the course of religious training Thei' the book appeared to me bs rather dry rea ling. Of cours sun no entertaiiinient in it, no su pi ricr wisdom ; I did not pause give what I read any though. Now outside, the mere historical part. mid wisdom and beauty, and food for thought, in every chapter of it. An those lon.l ol historical reading who have not read the llible have sklppei the most unique, entertaining an best written, historv of all. ,Ir.dg(! Macon: ( (pill,., agree with you doctor. I have been a some wlia; constant reader of the ill'ihle for yi arc, and consider ii cue book, of al books. T he person of reflective mil) who has not in his reading included the llible will be astonished on t ak in K it up by discovering what hi has missed. There Is the beaulv i brill It; cue never tiros of it aft in!. limited to the reading of It. The 'urnc- passage road at. different linns n c seats something new in thought eech time. The Hlble has suiinlloil tin texts of till the preachers fi i elilurios, and yet, they do not haw to seek any oilier source lor texts. in.i never will. In fact, von write! the sacred scriptures stippiii;- more texts than any preacher would iie( ; pi a ill,, lime. Shakespeare ; a v. oiiilerfiil hook, bill everything In il is foind in I he Uibl", ami tn, gi ea: I" aioatist may justly be presumed to haw obtaimd a larse share of his in piratiou from the sacred volume. 1'ief. Caldwell: The fact is worthy ot c oiisid. 'tat ion Hint the code of irerrls. tl limina: law ami a large llie civil law of all Christian which moans the 'nost cii- I of the nations, aie ba-i., Hilde. The Ton Coioiumid- given to Moses are tin f..r the criminal law a final law giver in his Hi.' IK 11 e. ll.e leeljls inundation Mr Ires . was The aula a few dayg hso for J2T each of two specimens of the gold 20-peso piecoti tolimd for the unfortunate Km jieror Alaxiinllinn of Mexlej and dated Ib'.ti brings attention to an Inleii'stiiiij bi ties of coin which Hindu ihclr ap Iteaiauce in the brief period of the at tempt to establish a Kuropean mon arch upon the throne of the MoiUe- uinas. Of course, one of the first acts of Maximilian upon Ids accession to the throne was the striking of coins bear ing his portrait and title. The silver coins were of 5, 10 and .'.0 eenlavos and 1 peso. The copper coinage of Maximilian consisted of a single denomination, the one-ceutavo piece. . The story was generally circulated at one time that only 90 pieces of the. 20-pesos denoinr inatloiis were originally struck. This Rial enienb has not been confirmed, but il Is a fact thai the eoln la scarce. . The first; or the, issues of. Maxi milian attracted notice because of the statement that the engravers of , the pelces; which show tlia emperor's bust have executed the design iu, such a manner that by reversing the coin a likeness of a donkey wan produced; It requires a great deal of Imagination, it may. be said, to work out such a re semblance. There has been an impression inal all the coins of Maximilian, are scarce, but this is not so. Great iimnbers ot them were Rtnick, a ml as the Mexi-a;. dollar had for many yenr-i been a ta- vorlie form of currency in ti,. orient, millions of such pieces form' their way to the enstcn countries dur ing Hip reign of Maximilian. The iden that the one peso piece was held h t high premium may be accounted -r by the rumor In -Keiuiiui circulation about IS6K ihat the American g.m in meat was buying up. all, dig Maximi) ian dollars at five dollars each, There Is said to be one .ejti eniely rare variety of Hie one peso which was struck at the, Mexican City mint in isi'.fj. Aoeordinii to one siory, the first dies broke after, 35 pieces had been coined, and ihls iinmber repre sented the ago of Maximilian when he was shot. It, was said als-. that one hall pierced liis forehead ni ih exaci spot., where a flaw appeals In the die. As. a matter of fact, says an expert numismatist, a die did go lo pieces aH or n few coins had been si ruck, hiv4 the siibsriiuont dies were of far j:i f"iior workmanship. The coins of the first set are IdontifWtJ, hy-tbe letters on the Inscription of the obvi0, which aie shorter than I hose on, the usual 's Mies, and there is n de.pro.sKion in the temple of llie emperor's noil rait HE CARRIED THE GOLDFISH HOME Or, Rather, He , Meant to Dolt, Fate Wat Against Him. i When Clerk D. P. .Conry of the West hotel won a bowl of goldfish Jn a. raffle he was the produest man la the iwjn cilles.' iTe bore his prize triumphant-; ly Into the hotel, and everybody d iii I red the fish. At last someone; flaked lilin what he was going to do , vUh them. , , . '- -v I'nfortiinately.f; Str'.--. Conry hail not? thought of that feefore. It watt 8 ,'e, rainy night, and the prospect of carry ing; home a bowl of mi sec water tad f goldfish was not aiiuring. A ihmifnt struck him. . ' .. ' . ' ''f f h "I'm going, to give them to Fiii L Pay," he announced, shoving the dttp- ping globe at his assistant. -, . v ' "You are not," ;aid Mr. Fay, baci ng away. "I don't want them." ' " i - t, "Then you just keep them for mc-.to- ! night," suggested Mr. Conry. "I'll we around first thing In the mornlngVV Birt.il r, Fay wouldn't do that; either.' unless Mr. Conry would put live flsfli fn the safe and take a receipe. This Mr. Conry hesitated .at,, becstihe he htd never heard of, keeping goldfish t-i A safe, so he tried to give the Ash to each of the bellboys in turn, but with out success. .Then he tried the htr tender,: the carpenter, the elov.-'ir boys and the engineer. Nobody waul ed goldfish, . - " ' ' , ;V Finally,-' he had to sfarl, hume iU) them. Few persons, however, JiaVeN ever attempted the feat, of causing:' a large bowl of. goldfish wrapped ll) pnjier, while standing on the plat form of, a crowded car.". Mr- Conry wa shoved and pushed and Jostled. Apd all the lime he was Betting wetter J'hd wetter.,. , , ;, . - 1 ; . . .-, "Seems io me." he sahl, "that this Is the wettest night I evef caw.',. S'lrvn he s"f home he prepared to exhibit his prize-.; to an admiring cc cle. , "I've got s.iHieiJiing here," be said, "that will almost, tickle you to death. These arj tle rarest sicliiien of their kind in the whole world. Cost r.') $-12.50 apiece, . just Itecause they were so rare." Then he unwrapped the package. ' . - v , ' ;- ' - : I I don't see anything bui a ple;e tf a glass bowl," said a bystander. . "What!"1 ejaculated Mr. Conry, giabblng at the globe,. -s . t . ;! , 1 Put that's all it waH fiombody. had kiHx ked the lioll.ou) otils Mmneapoli Jouinal. '.- si .... - '.'i'.-i'j.. " i -" w - r- .r. ;i'i,'..ir-'jiv y' ' -.-V . I ' '- . ' , . :,. it v M - i 1 j. r , , , . i'i ' ' , -.-,4i "too 4 i i r i-. own riuht. I am disposed (o dispute in favor of Moses, (he claim thai -J' loiuoii v.as the wisest of men. The Mosaic law was peculiarly adapted lo i im iiiinio.iiate occasion for It, but th11 Most of It holds good et. Mod- v.i limes, introducing stenaiii mid 'ieti"iit. have made hanes thai e:'e infi inge.l on the Sabbath ob- j.-eivanee coniniondineiit. In Moses1 im. i. ..v . ry I hiiur nove.l slowly, j Ti ale ,oi tal ii n was by caravans, j eai iels, ovn mid nothing faster jti.an oni helng used. Then it was j. iii-' and iiHinial to b.'iM" a ronipli t" j I i t i n oiie , In in s"V en. Now . I I v hi n s. many people ate employed i i (i.'tiisportalaii.n aril mlb-.l pursuits j an. I i many f-tiK.".cr.l in providing j .- lin physical want-i of these, ai.e'iir all of whom no Sabbath r. s? ,'is f.it'r. I. a hi!!;" pe-ceiitai;.1 of llu.s1 ; v in. would pn li e tu ni,. ; th,. sane. I I nti;ii;,li.il;ie,n , i'p"l!e.l lo vi-i- j I Ite j!. J Pi. And. r'oi: W hile this tnnv be I '.ie. ii'.'i .-noni.i i tu. luttper jii.;l.iii4 ..I the .-on. ii,h ti.l iii.-ii t than I li" -iiiv. I l.elii ve v. i.t ki r n I .1;, jn , 4 f,, MM; s,-.,j jn I , .I.e. ..ifi-ii;.t. d ,,s 1 alii. tit l.. ' -.11 I I ipiefioa id - sf t s r VV l.i Irl)',!1 Iii.'iy be !tls I '' Sa'eb.i'h il slioi rd ( is ui to be in I olifortil it; , i , s ,i ,t i n of I High, Prices in ltdia Increase in the price of grain and foodstuff throughout India has beionie sierloi::: inattcr i uccoiu.t of ;!:' poverty of the massif and Hie low wages paid for labor, according to a report made by Consul Central '. Ham H. .Michael lo the bureau of limn iifaclures. lie mn that foodstuffs have adviinee.l 40 per cent, during the last two years In India, while rents have advanced from 5n to fin per cent Tlu cause of Ibis avVunce Is n. cribeil by some, he a's. to the ev- port of dm niucli graT-4 s.i.l oilier fond ouiniodities fri.ni the couum. Hem lilliitillg the supply and enaliliMa s crlain class of speculators lo raise Hie price of fiKilstufI.-i. lliete Is discontent among classes, except the very wealthy cause il. is slinost iniosKible lo tieronilngly on present salaries daily wages. nil . be live and . Bone Coal a Fuel. , . . . ,M In the tests conducted at tho tuel. testing (ilant at St. I.oui.i, Mo., ailtl Norfolk, Va., to deterjnine the values of different kinds of fuel for use. in the gas-producer, the L'niteil States geological survey oblaiued soine- la teresllng results fc'itlt a hone' ox. which Is fouiiil in VYePt Virginia. iAI (hough the fuel was found to be of li tjo value under the tdeam bailor, it gave good resulK iu the tjas-producer. i where It deve'rMie.j a brake herse-pow- er for each l.fifi itoninls-of ebal .con sutueil in the producer. Ths lumps 1 of coal wir" cibt and ten inches in dianiKler. Some cval coiwiled of a ' high made bituminous coal, other ap peared to be simply lumps of a havy ami dry baid rwk, All of those lump except Hie largest, bum. entirely Uirougn In the pi'jducer. There la no tendency to clinker or coke, and yery title stokinij Is required. There was a high percentage of about : per cent, or ash. With proper crushing and suit aide atti iiH. )ii tbe deposits of this fuel will prove lo lie decidedly valuable for pnxliicergas plants. , Society at Caracas. The ladies of the kov.-i iiuieui were ih most gorgeous of tropical huttHi flies They wore alt the rulors ai the same time still jewels in pioftislon. but ou seldom looked farther tbmi the paint and po.. r I bad n-en a darky pill in Porto ftio powdeinil uu til she looked like a rusk, but lie was at list' These gaudy Spanish. Span ish-Indian. Spanish-Negro crejiurs were pinked, and scai l.-t-d. snd nhiie.l on fitr. ibriiBf sin! neck mil II tin- mi inal color appeared only on ibe in arms; and affrr tbev bad daecoij ror an lut.ir one ilmutht r,f ip. nf ibe Mislsipp In th- old m.s-n E, s rnphy! And so a!l .lnn r-l lpt, Slid iinpaliii.-d alike, and unit ih u be.'ioval.l.. flui.sc.nl i.-mi i(,t inn In the n-l iiioiiting n psp.1 .an an ade quate conception of mhai Hi.. Cra. qur.ianf i hunt! I of it -The Ai'an'ic. tr l i Enqhar) Women Are Taller. Thai American women are rossid 'tubly shorter than their Knglish si Lis was tbe dictum laid down by a Icdies' taiior in a ln suit In London in sl b n Sydney Lyons sued a Canadian diet-Kiimker fr gowns he had upplieL The CaniiiiU'i contended Ihat. Ihe luisses were licit "of American nir.r.7 Auue cxiwrts tailed to gie testimony declined thai uioibls for gowns fiu Kmilisli. F;onch and Ainerie.ui nom.-n are th hauie. but Dressmaker Mo Ky of 'loton'o averred: "The Kng'isb iii'd. size would not flt atiyoue In tin ridJi. They mij-ht fit giraffes, b 't mil the women of Hamilton, Ontario. The length from the neck lo waist of the Ann rictin model is 114 inches and of I he Ptiglis'n l'i inches. The Amcrt an sh.iuhl.-r seam is six Inches and Ihe Publish t inches." l"u Impressed hv ihesn nieastirenn nls the court jst Judmii.nl for tbe Fn!ih dreysmaker. .'lei, Ci lot I be. Tb'.S ' with tl.et Ie Aioe-i I1.1t; Ii. P. 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Paj-dou t.i.', ther is a such ihia a ..uipii frv.ai the stoaiscli."" an swered lr. Mod.-ru. ' Krorn Ih" efforts of taecination. I boitl,l ." amiined IT. Ns'ur. In.'w.i." te it i-u My collaa1!''. I. S.-rum. W rue remind v1" "iat crpt trtsnus. bl.xwl imiMtiinj ani grat'i. thre are no eil effetH of vainalim."" " Well." ntkl TjTi KsVr.Mia'. "it ie skk to te e;He:i hi,t e sbooM a l aeree 7 . . , . .. ' On ooe. Ihina are acrrsl, crie4 Ir, Gel rox, "thst Is to chare th ai'i".''." . , fttit the .io trf i'isl to p4j. -1jfe. r n i nt ' thr--t 'p-llis iena ev!fiS. to tcs.i ni,i'.t 1 t.' woman 'uflr i-ie; ! e; I am one of th-m. C..'i:i!)r..i.-.re 4e-a: This l.h fa!k is !T' ,-! 1: bit 1 think l:.ifE has 'ie tbt it don n t- ?, i.:i:n i-oiiit. -.; tint e-e l.,f Uu, r .Iiiv.- ts.eii.- .t. t- ran !... xiiimIb rs . .11 I h- be mar- Perfect'jr Impaetia "I want a kiss. flsrPcg." n.u.-ed "Wr,iT (,ek"" see declared Kit her will do." he aasere4. Eal- : trior American. tce',nt , I - "I acT':.!Ir ff'.t s'trj fer rr-n w-Ji I y"i pro;seil U me." lour aetioas and yuur sra'cmeaLe dirtit eem to eJe'W that joa ca;- tCKk few tte truth." 1.1 like to knew way? 1 Hi feel sorrv for tot" ""let you msr-id me." Houeca Post. - , "5fnt'me, wrt 'ay teff Deeeetlee. prtia' rf p ', !rf l"f rtt r- rtfet r Uu.n tt rum , "The M t oct'a Hw; Tu.!j?r. J".