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Mavnjo Joe li out of took. Ordln- inrllf Iili vngorlos nro not regarded in Woltvllle. Us frequent oppooraneo in Ita single street In n volunlnrr lilbltlan of nice feats of horsemanship, oupleI with nn exhibition of pUtol . shooting. In which old tomato emu 7 and passe beer bottle perform as tar ' gets, linn hitherto oxclted no more baleful imitlment In the Woltvllle bosom than disgust. But today It different. Camps, llko InillvldiinlR, hnve mood. At this time Wolfvlllo la experiencing 0 ware of virtue. It niny havo been exalted by the prosenco of pnlo party of eastern tourlita, Juat now abiding at the 0. K. hotel; gentlemen which tho rather sanguine aoutlment of Wolfvlllo credits with marinating an Investment of treasure In h'er rooks nnd rllla. mil whatever tho ronaon, Woltvllle virtue li certnlnly nrotiaod, which makes It n bad day for Navajo 4 The angry huh smites hotly In the doaorted enuaoway of Wolfvlllo. Tho public la within doora. The Hed Light saloon la atrlvlng mightily. Navajo .toe, rendering hlmaelf prisoner to Jack Moore, roseuo or no roseuo, haa by order of that aagncloua body been convoyed by his captora before tho vigilance commlttco and la nbout to bo tried for hla life. What wna Navajo Joe's Immediate crlmoT Cortalnly not n graTo one. Ton duya bofore It would have hardly earned n comment. He linn killed a Clilnamnn. Horn la the atory: "Voro comoa that prairie dog Navajo Joe, nil apraddlcd out," says Davo Tutt. "It look llko this camp ran novor asaoome no alro," romarks Chorokoe Hull In a dlatempared wny, "but this yore miser-ble Joo cornea chnrgln1 up to queer It." Aa he spooks that offending porson age, unoonarimia of the great change In Wolfvlllo morula, sweeps up tho street, expressing glndaome and ec static whoops nnd whirling his pistol on hla forefinger llko n wheel of light. One of tho tourists stands In tho door of tho hotol smoking n pipe In short, brief puffs of astonishment, nnd reviews the nmnzlng performance, Na vajo Joe nt onco nnd abruptly nulla. CJnxlMK for n dlagruntled moment on tho man flveu the cast, ho takes tho THK NF.XT CBNSU8 WILL HE SHOUT ONK ASIATIC, plpo from Ita owner's horrified mouth nnd places It In his own, "Smokln' of pipes," he vouchsafes In condemnatory oxplanntlon, "la onelo gant an' degradln', an' don't you do It no more In my presence. I'm mighty Ronsltlvo that a-way about pipes an' I don't aim to tolorato 'cm none what ever." Ho alts pulling nnd gazing at the tourist, whllo tho Inttor stands dumb ly staring, with n morxol of ravlahvd mcersehaum still between hla lips. A Ohlnnmnii, volumlnoualy robed, emerged from the New York atoro, whither ho had boon drnwu by dint of soap. "Whatever la this Mongol Join' In camp, .I'd like for to know?" Inquires Navnjn Joe, disdainfully. "I shoro loaves orders when I'm here last for the ImmeJIt removal of all seen. I wouldn't mind It, but with strangers vlaltln' ua this n-way It plumb morti fies me to death." Then earns a short, emphatic utter ante of a six-shooter. A puff of smake vanishes quickly in the hat air. and the next census will be short one Asiatic. In n moment arrives a brief order frm Hnright, (he chief of the vigil ance committee, to Jack Moore, That gentleman proffers a Winchester and the request to surrender simultaneous ly. Navajo Joe, realizing fate, at ones neeedea. "Of course, Rents." says Hnright, npelogetlcally, as lie convene the oammtttee In the New York stare, "I don't sy this Joe Is held for beefln' jhe Chinaman sole and alone. The faet ie he's been havlu' a mighty sight too gay u time of late, an' so I think It's a good, safe play, beln' as It's a hot day and we has the time, to sorter oall the committee together an' ask Its views, whether we better hang thli yera Navajo Joe yet or notT" "Mr. President." responded Dave Tutt, "if I'm In order, I moves we take this Navajo Joo an' proceed to stretch his neek. I ain't basin' It on t nethln' fwrtle'lar, but lettlH' her slide under the general head of bein' adapt ed to public good." "Do I hear any remarks?" naked Un tight "If not, ! takes Mr. Tutt's very excellent motion as the census of this tntetla', and It's hang she Is." f "Not Intendln' nf nn Intnrrtfntlnn.M rtmnrks Texas Thompson, "I wants to! say thlsi I'm a quiet man rnyso'f, an', naohoral nlma to keep Wolfvlllo n quiet plaeo likewise. For which alt I ahorely favors n-hangln' of Joo. hike', Tutt, I don't mnko no p'lnt on thoi Chinaman; wo spares him too easy.; Hut this Joe is nllers n-rldln' an', n-yellln' nn' n-shoutlu' up this oamp, till I'm plumb tired out. So I asys( lot's hnng him. nn' suggests as n oil glblo nook thnrfor the windmill bask, of tho dance hall." "Bee yere, Mr. President," Interrupt, Navajo Joe, In n tone of one Ill-tiled., "what for a deal Is this, I rises to ask. anyhow?" "You can gamble this Is n square ilool," replied Hnrlght confidently. "You're entitled to your say when the committee Is dono. Just figure out vnt cards you needs, an' we deals to you in a minute." "Oonls." soys Doe Peets, who hns sat silently, listening. "I'm with you on this hnngln'. These eastern sharp Is hore In our midst, it'll Impress m, that Wolfvlllo means business, nn' Isi a good, safe, quiet plaeo. They'll ear-, ry reports oast na will do ua credit., an' thnr you be. Aa to the propriety, of atrlnuln' Joo, llttlo no. . bo said, ir, tho Chlunmnn nln't enough, If as aoultln' of on Innocent tenderfoot) nln't oiioiigh, you can hot bo's dona plenty UmUio as merits n lariat, lis, wouldn't deny It himself It you nks him." "Why." urges Navajo Joo. disgusted ly, "thaso proceedings ninkes me sick. I shoro objects to this hnngln', nnd all for a measly Chlnnman, too. This ycro Wolfvlllo outfit Is gottln' n migh ty sight too stylish for me. It's grow In' that pordiid-blnged-tle'ler It can't take Its rug-lar drinks, an' " "Stop right thar," says Hnrlght.wlth. dignity, rapping a shoe box with his, six-shooter. Don't you cuss the chain nouo, 'cause the chnlr won't havo It. It's parllnmsntary law If any one ottssos the chair he's out of ordor. samo ns It's Inw that all chips on tho Moor coos to the house. When n man's out of order onco that settles It. Ho' can't talk no nioro that meetln'. Uoe In' we're nlmln to hnng you wo won't claim nothln' on you this time, but bo caroful how you como thackln' 'round ng'ln, nn' don't fret us. You sabo?. Don't go nn' fret us none." "I won't fret you," rotorts Nnvnjo Joo. "I don't hnve to fret you. What I says Is this: I s'poie I sees SO mon etrotchod by commltteos botweon horo nnd The Dalles, nn' I never knows a man who's roped yet on account of no Chinaman. An' I offers sldo list of n hundred ovon It nln't law to hang people on account of downln' no Chln-t nman. Hut you all scums sot on this, nn' so I tells you what I'll do. I'm a plain man nn' thar's no filigree work on me. nn' if it's nil congenial to the gents horo assembled I'll gamble my life, hang or no hang, on the first ace turned from the box, Cherokae deal. Dos it go?" A proposition original and new find In Its very novelty nn argument for Wolfvlllo favor. It befalls theretore that the unusual offer of Nnvnjo Joe to stake his life on a turn at faro Is npprovlngly criticised. "Navajo Joe." ways Hnrlght, "wo don't have to take this chnnco, an' it's a-makln' of n bad precedent as may tangle ua yerenfter, but Woltvllle boss you this time. Cherokee turns the cards for the ace." "Turn square, Cherokee," remarks Nnvnjo Joe, with nn nlr of Interest. "Itoli your game. I play it open." "I diinno." olervol Dan Hoggs, medltatlvoly, cnresslng his chin, "but I'm thlnklu' I'd n coppered." The turn proceeds lu sllenoe, and as tuny roadlly happen In that Inter esting device named furo, n split fulls out. Two noes como together. "Ace lose, noo win," says ChernkM, pausing. "Whatever be we goln' to do now, I'd like to know." "aouts," announcos Knrlght, with dignity, "a split llko this yero create n doubt, an' doubts go to the prisoner, samo as a muvorlck goes to tho first man as ties It down and runs his brand onto It. Navajo Joo goes free. However, he should remember this lit tle graze and restrain his methods yereafter. Some of them ways of his Is soucldal to say the least, an' If Its' wise he alters his system from uor on." "Do you know, Cherokee," whispers Kara Nell, as her oyos turn softly to that personage of the deal box, "I'd sooner he noes loose than two bonneto from Tucson." and Cherokae Hall Pinches bar cheek with a delieate ac curacy born ef his profession, und smiles approval. The New York Telegraph. tlvprt Well III the World. The following are some of the deep est wells la the world: In Uurope, one at laisy, lrtluer, depth" 8,000 fact; at U Chapelle, !aris. depth S.MQ feet: at Orenelle, Paris, depth 1.7M feat; Neusalwerk, near Mlnden, depth 2,143 feet: at Klsalngen, Havana, depth 1,8TB fast; at Sperenberg. Hear llerlln, deh 4,190 feet; at Pesth, Hungary, depth i.lSi feet. The wall at Sperenborg, lie r llerlln, la the deepest well lu the world. In the United Stale there are wells located at St. Iouls, Ma, depth 3.S13 feat; at Low Is villa, Ky., depth IMS faet; at Columbus, 0., depth I.T7IV4 taat; at Charleston, 8. C, depth 1.80 faet. Ill-art Nut lUtognlmt, The lower house of the convocation of the church of llngland has passed a resolution declaring that trie law of the church does not recognize divorce, and aiklrg the bishops to devote them selves to securing action of parllameut to the and that the church shall not remarry divorced persons. CASUALTIES. Toledo. 0. Ilernanl W. Uyten, aa Utam sergoaut-al-arms of the Unlteo States senate, Is lying dstigerously In Jured at St. Vlueent's hospital, the re suit of a tall, Ubnnon. Ja. The largo Hour mill o Mr Strlckior's flans was destroyed bj Are. The loss Is estimated at $11, 000. Nantucket, Mass.-MaJ. I C. Over man, V, ffl, A., retired, waa Instantl) killed by falling from a staging oi which he was working at his summc home. Lancaster, Pa. Anna M. Kspon shade, 17 years old, was aecldenisll) inirned to death In her home. Ogdensburg, N. Y. Harry Melto.itlc while sailing on the St. lAwreneo, fel from his yacht and was drowned. I'ranklln, Pa.-Tlie residence of Wll Ham Dowser, an aged farmer, wn. burned. Hawser ami his two grand daughters being rescued with dim ctilty. Pinole, tal. The nitroglycerin uousi of the California rwo" wortis ploded nnd foreman Arthur dravet and I.. J. Wllklns ware killed. Madison, Wis. Andrew Olson, ni employe of the l'uller-Johnsen com puny, wna struck by n train and killed Chattanooga, Tcnn. The plant o. Lookout Sewer Pipe company, located five miles south of this elty, was com pletely destroyed by lire. Iajm, about I9O.0O0. Charleston. 8. C KrlcniU of (Jen. Wsdn Hampton are already taking measures to assist him lu rebuilding the home which was wiped out by fire. Moody. Texas Almost iho entln business portion wits destroyed by fire. m, M,000; Insurance. It.OOO. The fire was thought to be of incen diary origin. Morgantown. w. Va. Twenty thou and barrels of oil were destroyed b lire tram lightning In an oil tank ueai here. FOIIstiatM. llerlln. Admiral von Dledrtetts tmi bwm grnttteil n leave of a bus lice tot three months. Parte. Decision was reached by a court to grant u divorce to the wire ol ICsterhnzy. who II mi res so promlusntl) In the Dreyfus case. London. It Is said that upon tin c-ompluilnn of the railway to Khartum Lord Kitchener will open the Soudan to sll traders, and Unit foreign aoodi will b admitted free of duty. Peml-ruKe, Ktigtand. The Duchess ol York otfirlated at the launching of tilt new royal yacht Victoria and Albort Great eiithuslusm was shown by the people, London. The Urltlsh cruiser (lnlate.1 has been ordered In Iceland owing b r out aelsures of IlrltU.i fishing ou In contravention of the Ditnlsh rsgula tlona. London. The ateamer. supposed tt be sn Al:an liner, which whs sighted In u dUabled roudlllo.i eight miles east f illenarm, Ireland, proceeded north- A'Sld. liniloti. Urltlsh forces under Col Kvatt defeated and raptun-d Chief Ks bsrega on the east bank ot the Nile April 0. King Inwsnga was also taken prisoner and SOO of his folluweri killed. Paris. An interpellation of the gov ernment on the retirement of M. ds Freyclncl caused excitement In tho chamber, but the order ot the day was finally voted-III to 07. Home-dan. Luis! Pelloux will re construct the Italian cabinet. Indon. Following the example ot the Itarl and Countess of Warwick, who recently conveyed their proper ties Into the "I-tinl and ldy Warwick Company, Limited," the Itorl of Hoes lyu. It Is reported, will Dixit the Hoes lyn estates as a limited liability earn-Py. ItoHie The Italian government has extended for thrao munttis tho time In which tb tut of the Csrrutl ohiltiis ' mar bo liald In- Culnmbln. I am mi:. Washington. rlllsworth Ue France ; cenviotMl of the highway robbery of s ! mall messenger lu ISM and sentenced J tor life, has had hla sentence com muted by President MeiClnloy to fif teen years. Cumberland, Mil. William Parish, a I negro IS years old, was shut and killed by John Mayan, white. Meyers, It Is tsld, caught the negro attempting a felonious assault upon Mrs. Kale Hater, an aged white woman. Alexandria. Ind. John I tarn lot was shot and Instantly killed by Hucnley Williams while stealing chickens from the tatter's coon. Decatur. Nab. John Ugletoa and Oscar Xeaaer quarreled over the boun dary line ot their nronarty, and Rgle ton utruck Xeager on the head with a singletree. Xastaor waa picked up In sensible and never rallied, dying In a few hours. Alexandria, lad. While working to gether In the Union at eel mill Qlllam Uraves and Andrew Illunk became in volved In a quarrel. Craves struck Illunk over the head and pushed him upon a piece of hot Iron, burning him so badly that he cannot live. Minneapolis, Minn. Dsruard (lolling attempted to shoat his wife, tram whom he waa seeking a divorce. Judge ailltllan, who waa passing, Intervened and struck up (iolllug's arm, causing the second shot to go wild, (tolling hen ran a short distance and sent a bullet thrown hla own head. Juliet, 111. John W. dray, alderman from the llxth ward, and Daniel Pesrfy. ex-aldtriHsn from the Fifth ward, were Jointly Indicted by the grand Jury for tnalfeaiauce and misconduct In of fice In connection with the canvass ot the returns ot the late municipal election. UonNilcrnto lUnnlnn, Charleston, B. 0., May 18. With n spirited and at times stormy session the ninth nnnunl reunion ot the United Confederate Vetarnru waa yesterday brought to n close, den. John II. (Jordan, commander-in-chief, and all the old oflleera ware re-elected. LotiUvllln, Ky was chosen ns ths next place at meeting and tho question of Federal care of Confederate graves was disposed of by the adoption ot a substitute resolution, which declines tho president's suggestion, except ns to those graves located In the north, nnd raeervltiK to the women of the south the duty ot eating for those In the seceding states nnd Maryland. Tht adoption ot this resolution it ml the re port that accompanied It precipitated a debate which verged tiii the sen sational and at times muoh oon fusion and disorder prevailed. The rv dtitlon adopted In place of the one offered by Oen. Stephen D. Ue li In full an follows: "Your commutes to whom wna re ferred the resolution Introduced by (Ion. Rtephen D. Lee heg to rejmrt the following substitute with the racom mondntlon of tlw committee Hint the Santa be adoped: "Tho United Confederate Veterans In this nnn-inl reunion assembled de sire to place upon record their slnoore apprtH'latlon of tho utterances of tho president of tho United Statos In At lanta In December last concerning the assumption of 'the enro of tho grnvos of our Confederate dead by tho nntllounl government. "We nppreclato ovory kludly senti ment oxprossed nnd wo shall welcome any legislation whloh shall result In Ihe care of the graves of our comrades In tho northern states by our govern ment. "In rsgaril lo our doed whuee re mains are resting In the states which ware represented In the Confederacy nnd Maryland tho cure of their Hunt resting places Is a snerotl trust, denr to thi hearts of southern women, and wo bellove that wo onn safely let It thoro romoln." Several very vigorous speeches jvore nuido in opposition to tho wholo principle Involved In tho matter, but tho final voto upon tho resolution wns practically unnnlmoiiH nnd the nn noueenient of lu passago ws eh,ored. Oon. Htephon D. Loo presontod tho report of tho committee on history, which was unanimously adopted. This wna ono of the most important manors before the convention and tho reading of the report whs llslennd to with oloso attention. The report nlludlug to the wnr with Spain ns n factor In obliterating ho shadows of the wnr between tine states nnd refera to the prompt response of the southern state to the rail for troops as showing the whole country the depth nnd fervgor of southern jwtrlntlam. I'nur KllUd. nhamokln. Pa May ll.-Wr men were Instantly killed by a slide of n portion of a large culm bank at Can trails. Several were Imdly Injured. The killed are: James aanelmn. John Koko, Jos. 8lan. be and John Conver. The accldout ocourml whllo n largo number of Hiinnnrhins wore screening ooal In tho Centrulla breaker. The big bank of ooal rafuso towering nbnve was seen to quiver and oollnnae, bury Ing the workmen. tltlV.llml, Harrisburg. Pa.. May 18. The equoo. tiian status of MaJ. Oan. John F. Hart rnnft lu Cnpltol park, whs iiuuvellml with Improsslve ceremonies yostordny afternoon In the presence of n largo coucourae of peoplo. Postmaster (ten eral Rmltli, Secretary of War Alger and Adjt. Oen. Cor bin were presnnt to do honor to the hero of Fort Steadmnn. Another guest of honor was dsn. II. K. Douglass of Hogarstown,and aide on the staff nf dsn. Stonewall Jackson. The 8-year-old girl of Chris Ilurgsr at IjMkbart. Tox., was fatally sjhiit by a little brother. The Woman's Missionary Untan of the Southorn Haptlat church om veiled at UuUvllle. Ky. lMrl H'UHhM, St. Louis, M., May 18. A movement Is on foot to have aMtharn and North ern relera wt of the elvtl war hold a goneral reunion In this city soma time to be decided on later. It la also sug gested that ths sans of veterans of both the north ami south also meat hare at the some time. Oen. John II. (lordan. eammamler ot the Oonfadatate Yet Brans, was writ tenu regarding the matter ami rtttllau that ha atrougly favored 1L Via Ntr Verb. Wnshltigton, May 13. The contro versy over the privllag am) Imnar of giving Admiral Dewey his first recap tion has bean settled and New York wins. The admiral eablad the department yeaUrtiny dlraailons for forwantlng mall for the Olynpta ami he eomw via the Sum canal. Moreover, he Is to corae at once and not wait the arrival of Admiral Wation. who bat been as signed to the Astatic station. Sunr el fcttrnnt. Charleston, 8, a, May 18. The Unit ed Bons of Cenfederato Veterans yea tenia y olwl!' ofllcors and adjourned the reunion of 1S0D. Walter Colquitt of Atlanta. On , sen nf ox-dov. Colquitt, was chosen commander-in-chief; M. I llonham of South Carolina, command er of the division or North Virginias W. II. llnnkhead of Alnbamn, com mander ot tho division ot Tennessee, nnd II. II. Kirk ot Texna, commander nt the trans-Mlselsslppt division. The election was n spirited one nnd con siderable feeling was manifested In tho nominating speechea. Mr. Colquitt's only opponent waa Hobort K. Lee, Jr., of Washington. D. 0. who wn solidly opjmsed by the Virginia delegation, while his nomination wna made by n Charleston delegate ami supported by the solid South Carolina contingent. Mr. Smyth, the present commander, do rllned to again allow his name to go before the convention. The vole stood 111 to 110 nnd on motion Mr. Colquitt's flection wna made unanimous. The op imsltlon to Lne was based nn the fact that he wna not n member of the asso ciation until yosterdny, whon ho wns admitted to Camp Moultrlo of this olty. Tho session was i stormy one nnd personal fooling ran high. Onco when tho voto of a state was announced ns solidly for Lee n hiss was heard fol lowed by proiosts and crlsa of "Shnmol Bhnmo!" Prior to tho election the sens hold memorial oxorrlsos for Miss WInrJo Davis, at which many eloquent eulo gies were pronounced. Tho next reunion will bo held nt Louisville, Ky. A committee was appointed to con sider tho mutter nf orevtlng n monu ment to the women of the Confederacy and report to the next convention. Motitlirrit lluplliM, Loulavltle, Ky Mny 13. Tho forty fourth Southern Ilaptlst oouventton wns cnllod to ordor in Wnrron Me morial church yesterday morning nt 10 o'clock by President Jonathan Har alson of Alabama, this heu, the eleventh time ho has performed that duty. Nonrly 1000 delegates, repre senting nil tho southorn stales, woro present, while It Is estimated that there aro 10,000 visitors In tho city at tracted by the convention. A consider nbti portion of the morning session wns taken up with the fuitollmeut ot delegates according to slates and as soon ns this was concluded the oloctlon of ollleers wns taken up. (low Northern of deorgln wns duct ed presldont of tho convention by oc clnmatlnn. The convention then elected the fol lowing vice president!: Bx-Oov. J. P. Ifiagle of Arkansas, Dr. It. C. Huckner ot Texas. Charles L. Cocko nt Virginia and Dr. II. Kerfont of Kentucky. I-nn-aing Hurrowa and O. F. dregory wero re-nlected secrutnrlfti, (leorgo W. Nor ton ot Uiulsvllle was re-elected treas urer nnd ltev. Wm. Harvey of 1mls vlllo delivered the address of welcome, which was resiHinded to by Hev. II. 8. I). Mullnry. Tho night session wns da vo toil mostly to routine bualnuos. Cnlloll Hilllllr. Charlotte. N. C. Mny 13. The third nnnunl mslon of the Southern Cotton Spluora' nssoclntlon met here yeator day. Thorn woro over 100 prominent cotton mill Men In attendance, repre senting every soetlon of the south, whllo n number of oommlsslon men from northern cities wore present The following ollleers wore elected: Prosldont. Dr. J. H. MoFaddon, Char lotto: vice president, J. P. Vordoy, Augusta, da,; secretary and trwiiurcr, deo. II. Hies, Charlotte. ODB BUDGET OF FUN. BOMB QOOD JOKK9, OniOINAU AND 8ELECTUD. A Turletf of Jukm nlbei smt IranlM, (lrl(ltmt ami Slcll rtnUtn ami JcUnni frmn (lit Tlilt ot Humor (Tltly S7lna. How nn llrror llvlpsil. Jim was broke. Howovcr, ho man agwl to ranch Vancouver, and, walk ing Into the headquarters edlios of tho Canadian Pnrifle. said to tho mnnagar In clwrge: "I sin Jim Wardnor and 1 am an old friend of Tom Shaughnosiy, tho general superintendent. Will you wire him nnd toll him that I am hore, broke, and want transportation to Montreal?" Hack came the reply: "Don't lot Jim walk." Ho got tho transportation, and nrrlvlng at Montrcnl cnllod at onco to thnnk his friend. "Well, well. Jim, le this really you?" Then, with n twinkle of the oyo: "How under tho lieavene did you got hore so soon It you wero broke?" "Why. thanks to your telegram. Don't let Jim walk.' Of oourso. I was at once furnished transportation, and hero I am." "Confound thoso operators! It Is strange they cannot net my masoagoa through correctly!" "Didn't you telegraph 'Don't lot Jim Walk? " Interrupted Wardnor. "Cortalnly not! My nnswer wns: Don't I Lot Jim walk!'" San Fran elsoo Wave. A IIIITrrcnor. Nurso-"Now, Miss UlTle, you muat bo very kind to your alstor's llttlo baby nnd lovo her very much." Hfllo (much hurt) "No, I won't. It's too bnd. Father calls baby his blessed grandchild, nnd only calls mo his llttlo Klllo. Why, I'm llvo time lbs slin of that mite!" Judy. Ilvwry Will l)n I lift Hut, "That nnvnl nfllcor thinks ho knows It alt, doesn't he?" said tho Uorntan temperor. "His conduct certainly warrants the suspicion, your majesty." "He's getting haughty and tmaglnos ,that ho can have his own wny when ever nnd whereror he pleases." "It certainly looks that wny." "Well, I don't want to hurt his feel ings personally, but we'd better do something to hold down his overbear ing pride, I guoss I'll put him In ohnrge of one of our warships and sand him to Manila." Washington Kveiilni; Star. KipUlii with n .Mullet nnd OliUrt, Kwoddy Is that your cat, Mlia (Iwacle? Hhe Yosj wo oall him lloomernnK. Isn't that a funny immo for him? Fweddy Yes, Hnwl haw! Mr ow why do you call him that, Miss Uwnclo? Chicago Tribunal t.trta iirmltt. I'lne Hturf, Ark.. Muy 11 The steam IxMt John N. Harbin reports n break In the teres at Mud lake. It occur rod Thim day aftorno n and over 8000 narea nf land on the draco plantation are Inundated. The steamer nlso reports having seen two tornadoes pass near itngtlah, Ark., and one tornado Imrely missed the bout. The extent of 'the ibunage dune In the country through which the storms tiaasad was not aseer talned by the imaaeHgara. Ittl yurrl. Llttk nwk. Ark.. May 13. Near Van Huron J. It. iMllay and Charles Carter, half brothers, quarrel ed about family attain, llalley attacked Carter with a halchst, IntlletlMg serious wounds. Oar tar want away and procured a gun. He turning, ha shot Ilttllay to death and eacamnl. Hs-Oov. It. P. Flower cf New York died at lmtK)rt, U I., of acute ludl gssUtou after a brlaf lllnsos. I'ullra tiiUft. ChatUtnonc(i. Tenn., May 13. Tho nolle chiefs held tholr last session hare yealarday morning, adjourning at noon te moat next year In 'Cincin nati. The chief visited Okleknmauga park. The majority of the vtoltars left tor their homes Thursday Might y The Catholic Knights ot America have decided to admit woman to membership. MIIm Awitjr from It. "As regards this matter of army beef," remarked tho man with tlia shoulder straps, "1 consider it n dod Issue" "Hut it Isn't ombalmedl" fiercely Interrupted the mnn from tho stock yards. Chicago Tribune, Piiretrarntil. "When my typewriter girl wont away what do you think?" WoH what?" "She left a note for tho new girl tolling her 1 wns mighty shaky on the use of 'shall and wllf .CiHI cago Itecord. Allrriimtli, "Yhi married mi tor my memy " "What ot It? You married me far my beauty." "Wall, both securities have depre dated "-Ufa. l'roelist in Ills Own CTuuritry. Blyvla "I wonder whether hell bi a soldier or a sailor?" Mamma-"Wouldn't you like him U be an artist, like papa?" Bylrla "Oh, one In the family's Q,ulte enough l" Tit-Bits.