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IFunique - - - jnrier in the Feburary Cena literary fici in the shape oi A tury Is the diary of a comrade of Koscluszko, which has been discovered in Poland, and which records conversations with General Washington and impressions of him before and during a visit by the narrator to Mt. Vernon in 1708. It is the parents who are oftenest to blame for allowing their childrens brains to be packed without any regard to their capacity or peculiar weaknesses. powers or February Ladles Home Journal. PROGRESS In the White House Fine.ncie.1 Status of Our Verious Presidents The country- has read with much satisfaction that the late President McKinley managed to accumulate at least 3250,000 during his lifetime of hard work and incessant activity to leave for the support of those dependent upon him. The amount is email Sauged by modern standards of wealth Artlflolal Effl. and particularly so in comparison with The number of artificial eyes worn the fortunes accumulated by many In New York city is estimated to be a persons of less Industry, ability and trifle less than 12,000. For the whole real worth in mercantile and industrial country the number may be placed at pursuits. The sum mentioned Is much higher 240.000. than the average accumulations of our Gold Counterfeiting. The gold used in color printing and on mirror and picture frames is only an Imitation. It Is made from bronze and spelter. and not from the pure gold leaf. There Is another article also very much Imitated, and that Is Hostettera Stomach for Bitters, the celebrated family remedy bilIndigestion, dyspepsia, constipation, troubles. and kidney iousness, and liver Beware of counterfeits when buying. The tfur Private Stamp must have genuine over the neck of the bottle. Admiral Schley has quieted all rumors concerning bis political aspirations by stating he will not be a candidate for any office. - 4 - Id Winter Hi Alien's Foot Base, a powder. Your feet feel uncomfortable, nervous, and often cold and damp. If you have Chilblains, sweating, sore feet Dr tight shoes, try Allens Foot-Eas- e. Sold by all druggists and shoe stores, Address 25c. Sample sent FREE. Allen S. Olmsted, Le Roy, N. Y. chief magistrate.?. Several of these have died poor and insolvent. Some through an apparent lack of saving habit and others through misfortunes in business. Among them were James Monroe, Thomas John Jefferson, Adams, Andrew Johnson and General Grant. Jefferson owned a large estate in Virginia and other property at one time, but lost it all and died comparatively poor. Johnson was rated to be worth 3150,000 when his presidential term expired, but he lost nearly all of it through the failure of the Freedmans bank. The illustrious statesman who was first in war, first in peace, etc., was also the first of our presidents in point of wealth, considering the purchasing power of the standard currency of his day. At his death Washingtons estate Great preparations are being made by the Germans of New York City to receive Prince Ileury. Sure to be arrested! Any Ache or pain by Hamlins famous Wizard Oil. Vour druggist Bells It. From this day (May 17) we were not to see the sun again for two months. At the beginning we did not dread the prospect of this long polar night before PUTNAM FADELESS DYES cole us, but before the sun .had been gone silk, wool or cotton perfectly at one boilmany days one of us became very ill. ing. Sold by druggists, 10c. per package. Danco lacked the constitution to hold The Prince of Wales waa received out, and on June 5 be died. In the of the midday twilight we carvery coolly oo bis recent visit to Gerried Dancog body to a hole which had many. been cut in the ice, and committed it Mr. Wloalow Soothing Syrup to the deep. A bitter wind was blowFor eblldreo toothing, aoftoos the gum, rMaea In as with bared heads, each of us flminUou,aUajpln,eur wludeoUa. ftoabotil ing, silent and sad, we left him there . . Admiral Schley was made a hero of . . and the floe drifted on. on hie recent visit to Chicago. In the antarctic regions, thanks doubtless to the detestable climate, the disastrous effects of the polar night are far more marked than in the north. KIDNEY-TROUBL- ES.There Is a general lowering of the system, and the heart acts Several Hrs. Ionise M. Gibson Sajg of ua developed serious feebly. symptoms, and That This Fatal Disease is without daily care on the part of the Easily Cured by Lydia E. doctor others would not have survived Plnkhams Vegetable Com the period of darkness, though it was relatively short One part of Cooks pound. " Diab Mbs. Fixkham I felt very treatment was very effective and ingenious. Those who were most effectdiscouraged two years ago, 1 had suffered so lony with kidnev troubles and ed by deficient circulation were made other complications, and had taken so much medicine without relief that I began to think there wee no hope for me. Life looked so good to me, hut what is life without health ? I wanted to be welL Governor Taft complains that conditions in the Philippiens ' are per aistently misrepresented. ty j i J ' - In a tiny island called Mlnikoi, off the southern coast of India, a most peculiar state of society exists, for woman Is lord of all she surveys. The wife is the recognized head of the house. She owns it and everything in it, while anything that her husband, who works very hard, can earn goes to increase her wealth. Her husband belongs to her, too, and when she marries him sho gives him her name instead of taking his. The little town of Marmatown, Kan., is practically run by women. It has a woman a woman telegraph operator, a postmistress, a woman pastor in charge of its only church, and a woman letter carrier. Woman coal miners are not unknown in the anthracite regions of Pennsylvania, but that women undertook prospecting work also and conducted it successfully was learned only a few days ago. The discovery was made when six women were arraigned before Alderman Fallon on a charge of taking coal from the strippings without a permit MBS. LOUSE M. GIB80K. school-teache- r, Lydia E. Plnkliams Veg t&blo Compmind cured me and ma me well, and that it why I glad write you this, and gladly thank yoi elg bottles was all I took, togeth with your Pills. My headache ai backache and kidney trouble wen never to return ; the burning sente ti I had left altogether ; my gener health was ao improved I felt as yoni and light ani happy as at twenty Mbs. Louis Uiuson, 4113 Langu. 111. Ave., Chicago. Uttlmoalal 1$ tiooo forftlt If not tmint. If you feel that there is anything all unusual or puzzling about yoi case, or if you wish confidential advl ct the moat experienced, write to Mi Pink ham, Lynn, Mass., and you vr le advised free of charge. Lydia 1 SIuSmlt n athL nu brub.ni1 t lu quint knd for silottto, M b4 boi. Ho prurphbd bt tto Dtopfu. ! Hroo 4s, Trtd tk iHUU oj 1.4k. A :S? g". ISIS X LEXANDEW, ca 0. E., Iras. UtllEL S!I2- rd 48. DISCOVERY! quirk toileftndrnn - eaas. vawa a It affllrtnd aer. 12,-00- a ita burvf. hMch. Medical win Conntill ,F' CllfcUlCcl CO.. CSIc. DROPRY" V ikofiitimnnui4n4 win, tf m use ! Tir Thompson's Eya Water Y I ftont t imgh byrp. hvI'MimUmii la j3 TMl I f jTajEusEaxanr'--Li there has also been very great progress in tree surgery or the methods ot treating trees and shrubbery when it becames necessary to apply the knife or pruning shears. Many a tree is living today that would have died a few years ago from causes that would, tben have brought on death, but which today are successfully treated. An instance of this progress can be seen in the Simon Cameron tree, ae the spreading elm near the footpath leading from New Jersey avenue to the south wing of the capital in Washington Is called. This tree received its While surgery as applied to man has made great strides in recent years, name by which it is universally known now when the elder Olmstead laid out the capitol grounds and provided for a footpath which would have made necessary the removal of the stately old elm that was so greatly admired by Mr. CamSenator Simon Cameron. eron interested himself 'n saving the tree with the result that it was allowed to stand in the center of a night-watchm- an horse-powe- fifty-fiv- j 0, prrde-eeesor- s. I Lambeth Water Works, and is well and favorably known. He has been a for many years, lu the course of which he has undergone many experiences. What with wet and told, he contracted rheumatism and sciatica, which fairly doubled him up, and it began to look a serious matter for old Joe whether he would much longer be able to perform his duties, on which his good wife and himself depended for a livelihood; but as it happened, a passerby, who had for some nights noticed Old Joes painful condition, presented him with a bottle of St. Jacobs Dll, and told him to use 1L Old Joe followed the advice given; he crawled home the next morning and bade his wife rub his aching back with the St. Jacobs Oil "a gentleman gave him snd undoubtedly his wife did rub, for when old Joe went on duty at night he met his friend and benefactor, to whom he remarked: Them Oils you gave me, Guvnor, did give me a doing; they was like pins and needles for a time, but look at me now, and old Joe began to run and Jump about like r. All pain, stiffness and young colt. soreness had gone; he had been tell lng everybody be met what St Jacob. Oil had done for him. Old Joe sayt, now he has but one ambition In life and that i8 to always to be able to keep a bottle ot St. Jacobs Oil by him tor he says there is nothing like It In the world. St. Jacobs Oil serves the rich and the poor, high and low the same way. It has conquered pain for fifty years, and it will do the same to the end of time. It has no equal, consequently no competitor; it has many cheap imitations, but simple facts like the above tell an honest tale with which nothing on earth can compete. night-watchm- that you shave yourself, and the longer hair on the left aide shows you For you have, to be you see, a better, freer reach with the right hand, and in the first stroke of having that you make on the right aide the trained muscles of your arm cause you unconsciously to begin higher up. If you were the hair on the left side would bo the Philadelphia Record. shorter. right-hande- r, night-watchm- right music-room- DRftlll FAG Inaomn a and by 1 PRIVATE PALACES. iUftra Farming Machinery In no locality has modern steam farming maehiuety been applied with such effectiveness as upon the grain sympathy gone out to the poor old ranches of southern California. On one as he sat huddled np ranch the engine used to draw the maover his cage fire, overlookirg the exand chinery is ot fifty cavations which our city council in has drive wheels eight feet high. It their wisdom or otherwise, allow the consumes twelve barrels of oil every different water companies to make so day, and Its operation requires the frequently in our congested streets. services of seven men. In plowing, In all weathers and under all cllmatlo e furrows are turned over at one time, covering a breadth ot forty conditions, the poor old is obliged to keep watch over the feet. companies property, and to see that the red lights are kept burning. What a life, to be sure; what privations and hardships; no wonder they have aches and pains, which nothing but St Jacobs Oil can alleviate. "Old Joe is In the employ of the ot m W or Z. 0. IS. I., Asseyer, Chemist, Metslli C4f 0I4 to ilol'ho U4Hlnv4A Hamlin, Dftiv. OfM Saved half-nake- m ur Many Are Timely Operation, Maw space that would otherwise have been covered with a granolithic walk. The tree flourished until a year ago, when an amputation became necessary. One of its big limbs, showing Blgns of decay, was cut off. The operation was successful enough, but the wound being loft open, In the course of time decay set in. The decay was working into the very vitals of the elm and would have killed it In a few years, but recourse was taken to an operation that is now very frequently applied in tree surgery. The decayed portion was scraped off and a covering of asphaltum was placed over it to arrest further decay. The tree is now as well off, says the Washington Star, as would be a man with a limb amputated and properly dressed with antiseptics. In the course of time the healed and the d condition close wound will probably be to stand in a be will tree again. healthy perfectly red-hstove for several houri to the dally. In this way the action of the COOKING BY THE SUN S RAYS. solar radiation was in part replaced by rays of artificial heat In a manner Kovel Flan Invented by Man from San admittedly primitive, but none the less Francisco. beneficial. the heat of the sun is a Cooking by Life on board during the polar night novel idea, but suggests economy, and was of great interest from a psycholois certainly practicable if there is no gical point of view. One finds ones In the claims made by self in conditions of existence and al- exaggeration San Francisco inventor In behalf o a crowded and together abnormal, a newly patented contrivance. against ones fellows in sn uncomfortThe apparatus consists of a sort oi ably narrow space. Some became nerv- oven made in the Bhape of a rectanguous, excitable and sleepless, with the lar box, open on one of Its four side imagination continually wandering anl (through glass) to the direct rays ol Othdreaming. I was one of these. the sun. and similarly exposed on aners, more happily constituted, became other side to solar rays reflected chronically tired and indifferent; these from & series of prlsmllko mirrors slept much. But everybody was conbox and mirrors are as tent to spend twelve hours a day, or Inasmuch at the various angles, the r&yi adjustable more, in bed. One of the crew develof the sun may be concentrated upon maniacal in tendencies; another, oped the inside of the oven at any hour oi more evil case was brought home insane. Since the return of the expedi- the day. one edge. is set upon oven The tion, one of our best men, Knutsen, Whereas the two sides are of upper has died, doubtless from heart disease contracted In the antarctic. Henryk glass, the lower two sides are of wood, and the whole box, Bave for the two Arctowsky, in the Geographical Jourand lined glass sides, is double-walle- d nal. with felt and sawdust Thus, glass being also a nonconductor, the heat that enters the box does not easily get out again. In fact If there were water inside. It is claimed that it would quickly boil on a sunshiny day. The Internal arrangement of the oven consists of three shelves which remain horizontal no matter at what When Police Captain Joseph Hampangle the box is placed. On these ton came to one of the stripping boles shelves baking is done. Along the top edge of the box extends a flat the other day he saw signs of extensive business there, though no one piece of metal, hollow inside, into was visible. Going Into the trench he which hot air is admitted from the soon found something doing In a drift oven beneath. This Is a broiler, and which had been opened near the basin the Inventor says that one may cook a steak on it nicely. of the trench. One advantage of the solar method He pushed on, and came upon the six women who were arrested. They of cooking it that it is dean. No fuel were foreigners and were digging out has to be supplied, and there are no ashes to remove. It Is a process that the coal Just like men. recommends itself most strongly, The stripping usually exposes the therefore, to the neat and thrifty vein or what is left of It In gome housewife. places the pillars, which are left to support the roof of the mine proper, Itarber'e Conning Rid far Trade have not been removed, and in such I perceive, said the barber, that cases most excellent coal is available for the pickers. Since its removal is you shave yourself and that you are right-hande- d person. I know that regarded as too dangerous an operation a and that you shave yourself you for the experienced miners employed because are right handed your by the company, it can readily be unIt ends in front of your where hair, derstood tbat for women it was extra ears, is blocked out by the razor at hazardous work. lengths. It la much longer, It developed at the hearing that the unequal of an inch longer, bea full quarter woman had been making a business of fore your left ear than before your gathering coal in this way for years. one. These inaccuracies show oe,-OO- O curing thousands BROMO-IA- ot 'OLD JOE, THE NIGHT WATCHMAN (From the Pall Mall Gazette, London.) How often on returning home late on a dreary winters night has our TREE SURGERY. me cases of femAlo trouble. IhBB rUNiR imi SK on aiirnth alary, Hand ji furbell, umiilo was valued at 3300,000. President Arthurs wealth was estimated at f400, 000, but he would hardly be considered as rich a man as Washington, for all this difference. Buchanan ranks pretty high in this regard, with a fortune amounting to 3250,000, which he left to nieces and nephews. Mrs. Polk was left with about 3150,000 and Mrs. Garfield 340.000. Martin Van Buren helped to bring up the average with the handsome sum of 3300,000, which he continued to save from business Investments, but not from his salary as president. John Tyler left the White House ae he went Into it a comparatively poor man, but with enough to live in comfort. The same might be said of John Adams and also of Millard Fillmore, but the latter became wealthy through a second marriage. Franklin Pierces property was valued at 350,000, and he left no one to inherit it. Madison was accounted rich among the men of hla day, but his money was squandered by Mrs. Madisons non, Payne Todd, and the widow became a poor woman. How much Grover Cleveland had managed to accumulate at the end of his second term no one really knows. He is now estimated to be worth about 3250,000. These facts speak volumes In favor of the sterling honesty of men conspicuous in American public life. Leslies Weekly. 750; for curtains for dining room 12 a yard; on firethe same room 300 may be Coat SI What Thair Furnishing place and mantelpiece laid out; the tapestry and carved to Decorate Htngla Room. The recent sale of Battle Abbey for paneling with which to clothe the 100 per panel, and walls will cost 200,000 a figure at which the propIt Whistler a or a Sargent the celling, erty is considered almost ruinously decorates will run away with It, of idea the some small cheap gives one may Invest 6.000. Altogether, vast sums that may be expended on on the dining-roo11,170 one of duke the Eaton domicile. Hall, ones of Westminsters Cheshire seat, coet the cheapest apartments in the house. the late holder of the title consider- The mere mural decorations In the will cost more, grand drawing-rooably over a million sterling to build, and Its other appointments four or and probably even this figure would five times as much. Then there will go only a very small way toward purbe three or four smaller drawingscore of same of the one chasing any s rooms, to boudoirs, and stand. London house as they furnish at a proportionate cost; a strike of none these palaces Perhaps the visitor with a vivid sense of their morning room or two, which will cost wealth more than do Spencer house, a mere 10,000 apiece; a library, that In Arlington street, and Norfolk house, cannot very well be furnished in keepIn St James square. Stafford house, ing with the rest for less than including books. St James palace, the largest of them by far. contains probably more Fnnr King Hard te Snt, moneys worth than any of the others, It is predicted that Lord Mayor but it Is not so lavishly decorated. 700 Dlmsdale will during his year of ofWith regard to the bedrooms, year entertain apiece may be paid for some of the fice the coronation suites, and 100 for the beds. Tbess more royalties than any of hie I doubt that he will surpass figures are by no means fancy prices the record of Sir John Picard, who in that it would be difficult to spend. One may discover thnt for a single the year of his mayoralty (1330 ensideboard without any history or age tertained four king namey, those of tland and Cyto enhance its value the sum of 500 England, Frunre, Four kings is a good hand, may be paid; for a suite to accompany prus. It another 500; for a carpot for the and lmrd to b at. Financial News. LONDON'S llnkham's Vegetable Coiupoun has cured and is ACENTS WANTED Live j IN d. left-band- Conannipllve In Austratlia According to Dr. Sidney Jones, 16,-0consumptive are moving about Australia annually. 00 w In a letter written from Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, one of the districts of western Canada, by Henry Laughlln to Dr. C. T. Field of Chase, Michigan, and which appeared In the Reed City (Michigan) Clarion, aj peared the following: If any one should ask you how I like It up here, tell them I am perfectly well satisfied; for me it is Just th place. I have as good a piece of land as ever laid outdoors. Wouldnt ex change it for the whole of Lake Coun ty, or at least the township of Chase, Of course, I have not been here very long, but as much of the country as I have seen it cannot be beat anywhere. We had as good crops here last fall as I ever saw, and everything gets ripe in good shape. We had as good ripe potatoes as I ever ate in my life. There Is no better place for stock on the continent than here. Horses and cattle will do as good running out all winter here as they do where they are fed all winter there. Have built me a residence and now all I want is a wife to keep house for me, I bave aome breaking already done on my place, but next summer I intend to have more done snd tben I will be ready for business W have had e very fine winter so far. It has not been touch below zero, If any, excepting about a week li the middle of November. It has been quite cold the past day or two. We are In log shanties, and they are juti muddled up on the outside, and nothing has frozen on the lpslde as yet. There is no wind or rain, Just nice steady weather til the time. Apply to any agent ot the Canadian government. Wlrtee Tlsrpby Btatlo. There are now In Europe forty stations equipped for wireless telegraphy, and five in America. About sixty vessels have put in the necessary apparatus. There is more Catarrh in this aectlon of th, put ovelher. country Ilian all other di.i'u-- r nd until the last few yeara waa auppoaed to be reme.llea, end by coiiKtantly fulling to curs with local treatment, pronounced It incurable. Kir nee hue proven caturrh to be a constitutional disease, end therefore reipilnui constitutional treat menu llall'a Calnrrh ftire, manufactured by P. J. Cheney A Co.. Toledo, Ohio, la the only conatltutlonal cure on the market. In cloaca from 10 drop to It la taken Internally a teaapoonfuh 11 act directly iiin the bbd and tnueoti surfaces of the system. They offer one hundred dollar for any case It fall tocura. Acud for circular and tesilnonlitlo. Add re K. J- ClIKSkV A CO., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by UniBiflsia, TNv littU Family Pill are the beak - ItmTeira ' Pair. r.: wafciiAJ l,2.9,7ot Pairs. 1901 1, 5G(, 720 Pairs. JVor Than Doubltd in four fo rn, THCRCAftONSl 10( B rtas.2l S.'.jR.'KBi SaJTfcMB and m .L. Doiiymn tnnkoA $i.Ao hoRi limit any UimorinMiB oihr two mantrt in th world. W. I Dimtflat lit and R hoboMS platwd atda by ld with $r. uo and $..00 of olLiw I lipy will outwwat two to ! jmit as good. and $1.60 fthoc. p.ur of ordinary Mad of th bust hathsrg. Including Pmttnt Corona Kidt Corona Colt , and National Kangaroo, Vloot Hooks ('lor KvolU W.L.DsoiIm 4.(10 fettt Vdfs LIbs somo( boMatilo. link, htioriliv W. I. hImIsi rret, tilra. llrufktou, Man. wttill C ILiukIm, CiSJIXd i l.l f Oat. iOth Century oat lh rairvtt, pr44B tut. Mt. HaUara Data ft a fonts to are4aaa trssl 1 jirUia. Tha U. . At I f from loo to da ara sv spy prauM Wht yislileu U aoiataUii7tr Marvel r 40 bus. fcava tb h our lka psr ara. oltrat4 raaiH a W AI a sio -- lsattilfe yisia ferot w baa. Mia naff yays, m OnsiMi atraftl Mod rife J baa. graia aaA 6 Wua sisinlBsoM baf par Mrt, 1 Y ' v . paya Victoria Rap Blkis it peetlbb I rV btigt. iliMp an aatita m 4 aositsf but Is a tb. Harvsi-auai- y Mwhfle. 0m wsU 4 fwyfMrs. That Bromu Inafml'M beet feMulsl isu ot lha HiMy. PmdMMlMa ot kiy aal lota tola sf bseidsa aar. Saaturag wharavor gar aU la iwd la Aatiari id. 1 hal ul yaj4 OO tor 1 0o. ... vib yea la Ur oof Ursa Msec 4 fts H4d (eHi, offer la issl 10 far sssl aanftlaa aantioiag1lMaaa4 Ksia, 1 rt4 AlNita.Mgalia.aM (fully vlife f il.iAitw geisMerb mrugsifesr feta poatoga tr !(, !, SALZLR'S MAGIC CRUSHED SHELLS t giM pot lb. haft o tarth. 40 fur i .aob ibg. $a 74 for WO H,: yswBurii Sett ,J VASELINE CAFSICUL1 ( POT CP IK COLLAPSIBLB TOBBfi ) A substitute for and superior to muatard r plaster, aud will Dot buster th anyolher 01 1st ilulli-aikln. The pain allaying and rutatlva oulili of thin urtk'l. are wonderful it will atop the tooihuehe at onoe, and l relieve headache and oclaiira. Wa It at the heat and .afoul external cnunlf r lrruaut known, also aa a external remedy for pain in the cheat end stomach and all rheii iiHlle. neuralglo and (outy A trial will prove what we nlalm for It, snd It will bn found to be Invaluable In the houtehold. Many people aay It lathe beat of all of your preparations. ' Price I O cents, at alldrnvvl.i.or other dealers, or by (tending thin amount to ut in pwuce stump we will send you a tube by mall. No article linuld be accepted by the public utiles the ante carries our label. otherwise It Is not CHHMiltKOlJGrt MH1. CO, gen UlUS. recoin-un-oi- a 17 btute bireet, Tons NKW CiTT. OF IT JUST THINK hit own landlord, no lncum. his bank account increasing year by year, Use. va,ue lucre stork Increasing, splendid climate, sebool and churches, low taxation, blpb price for eattle a d grain, low railway and avery pooaf-M- e rate, eomf ort. Thltla the In Western me I'anode dilii.u of farmer Province of Manitoba and districts pf Aaslnl-b- o i a, Saskatchewan and Alberta. Thouxands of Amern ana ate now aettied there. Reduced rate on all railways for liomeaeeker and ace being opened up this New dlHtrici yeur. f he nw forty page Alla vt West, rn sent free to ai applicant. F. Fed lev. Superintendent of Immigration, tHtawa.Cauaue or W. V. lienuei t.t'nnadlun Government Agent, Sol New York Lite llldg., Omaha, Nab. Kvory farmer bram-e- . as-in- aet-tie- r. I'D-D- AllAdoutTiie Great Northwest dhietraltd Kwt-l- y OPPORTUNITY t u .pscial Good ter and on t mtgwin, Nrw Pocksi," containing plcfuto sod SiO informstlos about the Sn cllwsts, fch laad. ad lha msgnifKtnt crops and grand opportanilw wonderful Northwc.t, lor ONLY TSN CENTS IN SILVER, if you mentio On yr, pP. THE OPPORTUNITY COMPANY, 15S stwtrma so, it. pma. Closed Prayer with "Yonr Truly. A Outllford (Me.) young msn, who ha been la the way of writing a Urge number ot letters for a special purpose within a short period of time, and had been in th habit of signing them, Tours truly, George P. Jenks" (th name is changed for obvious reasons), waa railed upon (o mako a prayer In a socl.it meeting. He made an eloquent appeal to tlie throne of grace, and cloyed with. Inslcm of the cuHtanmry Youra truly, George 1. "Amen, Jenks, New York Tribune. jolei I jVoftr tftorAiJf of 4MrT4 WESTERN SASKATCHEWAN, CANADA. Nt th draton vVN.L. va bottoat, Iy iu Don zb StorMMrt t a( TUMI 1 '1 lie gAnijlfMi Doug!' name ami jnce aiamiHsd Chans th Orthography. Several of the Swiss cantons have officially decided to adopt the slmpll fled French orthography Introduced by the French ministry of education some months ago. I' Choirs of Locality for noma. Thoughtful parents are often guided In their choice of a home by the character of the school district into which it wll bring tbem. 1 have known families to move from the edge of one district to the outskirts of an adjacent one simply for the purpose of The changing school associations. teachers are all right," they will say, I have so fault to find with the school; but I want my boy gnd my girl to be thrown with a better class And the feeling that of children. prompts it is' to be honored always. One can hardly do better for ber children than by giving them the best and most elevating dally associations obtainable. Caroline Abbot Stanley In the ledger Monthly. pwery ( Only IO Cents. Mf,nt (fEfJTLEr.lErJ VTJ YOUR CHANCE! Ar van nmnlMl ill Mivnt f, Mil )!! Who .')! 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