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Fig Fertilization. ALDRICH ENDORSES THE TONIC, n c,ys: BuIld Up WiI1 Depleted A Bride Well Won PERUIIA. T is ing. a System Rapidly vt k. U. O0., ly ' y ia ta - certify that Peruna, man -- Vfrjr,. T- Sa Aldrich, Congressman writes from YVashing- - yf p, Alabama, g the uJfirtdby The Peruna Medicine Co., jfSfflfius, 0., has been used In my h? with success, It Is a fine tonic 0iwill build up a depleted system pt.Zy i can recommend it to those W eed safe vegetable remedy tor L,".W. F. Aldrich. S Emorv, Vice Chancellor and tfuterof Anns, K. IVs, of Omaha, Neb., from 213 North Sixteenth street, following words of praise for Peruna jf tonic, lie says: Catarrh of Stomach. I recommend Pejt jg with pleasure A na as a tome of unusual merit. m rt number of prominent members of thndifferent Orders with whieh I have been cured by the The only safe course to take is to keep hen connected have of peruna of cases of catarrh of the the blood pure, digestion good, and sleep Jtomach and head; also in kidney eorn-phiregular. No remedy equals, in all reand weakness of the pelvic or- - spects, Peruna for these purposes. If the system is run down and weakened tones up the system, aids digest- by catarrh, Peruna renovates and reand is well worthy ion, induces sleep, juvenates the nerves and brain. tin confidence of sufferers of the above A book on the eatarrhal diseases of II- Emory. OMsplaints. summer will be mailed to any address, upon request, by the Peruna Medicine Nervous Debility. Co. , Columbus, Ohio, , in the least degree The above testimonials are only two jreryone who is of 50,000 letters received touching the .object to nervousness, sleeplessness, merits of Peruna as a catarrhal tonic. most ration, mental fatigue or nervous debility in any form, finds the hot No more useful remedy to tone up the weather of June, July and August very system has ever been devised by the medical profession. jnrd to bear, if not dangerous. the story of a stage woo- from Milwaukee should be It took place six years down into the dressing roomsmuggled of the ago when Manager Engel was running a burlesque theater m iNew York. Mr. Engel was just putting on a new burlesque and he wanted two dozen young women to appear in the chorus. His office was on the stage, and to him one morning appeared two young and pretty girls. One of the girls had evidently been on the stage before; the other was as evidently new to the business. Being both fresh, young and pretty, the manager gave them a chance to see what they could do in nt Tell a Weird Tale. Alaskan Indians allege that up the Porcupine river. 1,500 miles from Port Tukon, lying there are two petrified ships stranded In the mountains. Will Not Work in Rain. "Theres a queer thing about Ital- ian laborers, says a contractor, who employs a great many of them, "and that is .that they. absolutely refuse to work In the rain. Did you ever see a gang of them working in the streets, digging trenches, or doing any other manual labor in the rain? Well, you never did, and probably never will. Just as soon as a shower sets In, no matter how slight, they will scramble for cover. If the rain continues, they will soon complain of feeling sick, and for ib dav. they knock Mrs. Winslows Soothing Syrtin, reduces to Pot children teetblu, softens the gums, flammittUm, allays pain, cures wind colic. 25c a bottle. Valuable Digestion. The partaking of a slice of pineap pie after a meal Is quite in accordanc with physiological indications, since thought it may not be generally known, fresh pineappie juice contains a remarkably active digestive principle similar to pepsin. This principle has been termed bromelin, and so powerful is its action upon proteids that it will digest as much as 1.00C times its weight within a few hours. I am sure Piso's Cure for Consumption saved my life three years ago. Mrs. Thos. Robbias, Maple Street, Norwich, N. Y.. Feb. 17, 1900, DOUGLAS SHOES B $3&$32 Established l or more than a W. L. 1876. century the reputation of W. L. Douglas shoes for style, comfort, and wear has excelled all other A trial will convince you. makes. W. L. DOUCLAS 84 SHOES quarter of a CANNOT BE EXCELLED. 52,340,000 Jl,103,820! Best imported and American leathers. Neyl'e Patent Calf. Enamel, Box Calf, Calf, Vici Kid, Corona Colt, Bat. Kangaroo. Fast Color Eyelet need, nitinii ft The genuine have W. L. DOUGLAS f vauuuu jx&me and price stamped on bottom. Lord Wolseleys Family. Most people imagine that Lord Wolseley, who completed his sixty-nintyear on June 4, is an Irishman. As a matter of fact, the in chief, although born in the emerald isle, belongs to an ancient Staffordshire family. Lord Vvolseley has probably been in more engagement than any other general. Since entering the army In 1852 he has served In Burmah, India, China, Canada, Ashantee, Egypt, and fit ally tha Son-da- h Shoes by mail, 25c. extra. Him. Catalog free W. U DOUCLAS, BROCKTON, MASS. EDUCATIONAL. s. Cough and Stops the Works Off the Cold , Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. Price 25c. States His Position Plainly. . THE UNIVERSITY OF NOTRE DAME, NOTRE DAME. INDIANA. FULL COURSES IN Clinic. Letters, Economic and History, Journalism. Art, Science, Pharmacy, Law. Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineering. Architecture, and Commercial Thorough Preparatory Courses. Rooms Free to all students who have completed the studies required tor admission lntr the Junior or Senior Year of any o I the Collegl1 ate Courses. Rsoma to Rent, moderate charge to students ever seven teen preparing for Collegiate Courses A limited number of Candidates for the Ecclesiastical stats will be received at special rates. iSL Edward's Hall, tor boys under 13 years. Is unique in the completeness of Its equipment. The 39th Year will open September 9, 194. Catalogues tree Address RBV. A. MORRISSEY, C. S.C President. George L. Lilley of Waterbary, Conn., has been mentioned In con nection with the governorship of the nutmeg state, but has made advance declination in such a way as to put at rest all such talk. There is no string to it in his case. This is thq way he puts it: "I am not a candidate for the nomination; wouldn't raise a finger to get it; dont want It; wont have it, and hope there wont be any more talk of it. I wouldnt run for the office if theyd give me the capitol I cant state my position too strongly. Balls Catarrh Cura Is a constitutional cure. Price, 75a g time-savin- g School of Gymnastioa. Bookkeeping. Phonography and Typewriting extra. Every variety of Fancy Needlework taught. For catalogue ad- dress DIRECTRESS OF THE ACADEMY. Noire Dame P. ft, Indue HOWARD E. BlRTON, 11 111 East Fourth Street. LeadvIUe, Colo. Gold, Specimen price: Gold, 50c; Gold A Silver, tl.So. MailSilver a 41: a is 7; Gold, Silver Copper, Lead, ing envelopes sent to any address. Laboratory cyanide tests, IB to 'A lbs., ta, PENSION ir.WEB.RS I r BICKPOKU, Witfthlnfftna, D. they C. I I will receive quick replies. B. 6th N.H. Vol fcuff 20th Corps. Prosecuting CLftims ilnce 1878 RELIABLE ASSAYS. Gold ,w Gold and Silver AO Lead Goi 1, Silver and Copper PROMPT RETURNS ON MAIL SAMPLES. OGDEN ASSAY mflNTrn-AGEN- TS Big CO. l. KKJTMS: to sell our Flavoring Toilet ArUolea aad Perfume. Write for term. V. A. PEAR- SALLprofit. to., 90S Walnut St., Dos Moines. Iown WUV I 1 RaaManeeatKl Aseerlptlonof u honorable women who wish to for no, Heertdtller it.KBn Otty. Lilt ALUlltr end photo W.N. U.. Salt Lake-N- o. 32. ,1902 Lilly's Oeoked eeei& Ratal FlaiorFccjS' Jm Kseetlr oeae-Ye- a elkep mriiaiel Bifhfc, them put tWa 4 . eotTjBsrs Foot wkaw v ooa W CffiCACO , Uw3Y, McNULL & LIBSVy 4 real prince, who was to play his own part right through the play unti. it came to the scene with the priness. At that point the man from Milwaukee was to put on the gorgeous re ties of the prince and go on to the stage after the princess had gone to sletr, on the couch. The actor who played the prince agreed to help out the love in his impromptu rote by standing in the wings and singing the tenor sole-- by the sound of which the princess was awakened. Then, when the princess awoke and sat up to greet her prince, she would see for the first time the face of her faithful lover from Milwaukee and would be in duty bojmd to rush into his open arms. That orl of thing, it was figured, would cert iln ly realize the most romantic dreams of the runaway high school girl. The scheme was carried out, an I 11 worked perfectly. The girls mothei sat in a box, where she could see without being seen. The lover Milwaukee slipped down into the prince's dressing room without being seen or recogniezd. The bouse was crowded. Finally it came time foi the awakening of the sleeping bea-itThe pretty little princess went on and lay down on the gorgeous conch. Her eyes were closed and her regular breathing closely imitated the evidences of sleep. On then came the bogus prince the man from Milwaukee. So far as looks go Mr. Engel declares that he had the regular prince beaten to a finish. He was a gorgeous and a splendid prince. ClJse to him in the wings stood the leal prince and sang his tenor solo more sweetly than he had ever sung it before. Presently tue princess awoke. She started up and looked into the face of the lover whom she had not seen for pearly a year. But she was a thoroughbred. Once or twice she rubped her hand across her eyes as if to brash y O- - , "Otto, My Prince, She Said. the way of singing and dancing. The younger girl especially proved to be extremely clever, and Mr. Engel was glad to give them both an engagement. The little girl soon became a general favorite with everybody connected with the theater. Not only was she quick to learn and a good singer, but she went out of her way to do kind things for other stage people who got into trouble. Mr. Engel was especially attracted by the child she was not yet 18 and he tried to find out as much as he could of her past life, with the idea of writing to her people and suggesting that they take their daughter off the stage. But in spite of his continued efforts he found out little only that the girl came from Milwaukee. Nellie," se said to her one evening, where do your parents live? In Milwaukee? Father and mother are both dead long ago, said Nellie with a look in her innocent blue eyes that went straight to the heart even of a burI havent a relative lesque manager. living. In the course of two months the pretty young girl had been promoted to a principal part in the burlesque of "Beauty and the Beast. She was the sleeping beauty, and it was her duty to lie apparently asleep in soft, white robes on a couch of gold, until she was awakened Dy the coming of the prince. Then she sprang up with a cry of joy and ran into his arms. She made a dainty little princess and her scene with the prince was always a hit with the house. One morning a big, young man called on Manager Engel. He was accompanied by an elderly woman dressed in black. He introduced himself as a wholesale sausage manufacturer of Milwaukee. The elderly woman whom he was escorting was the mother of Mr. Engels fairy princess. According to the story told him by the pair the girl had graduated from the She high school the previous June. had been engaged to marry the big, yellow-hairemaker of sausages. Suddenly one day she disappeared, leaving behind her two letters, one for her mother and the other for the man she was to marry. To her mother she wrote that she was going away to make a name for herself on the stage and that she would keep her whereabouts a secret until she had shown her fitness for a dramatic career. To her lover she wrote releasing him from their engagement. She could not bring herself to settle down as the wife of a mere sausage maker. She must have some romance, some color in her life. She was not good enough for him anyhow. He would easily find a girl who could make him much happier than she could ever hope to do. And soron. In some way, the details of which Mr. Engel has forgotten, the two traced the girl to New York and to his theater. Now they wanted his help In getting her to go home with them. He gladly gave it, though the success of their plan meant to him the loss of fair-haire- d d Device. Unique Time-Savindevice is said A unique to be used in the office of one of New Yorks large drug companies. Over the desks of each member of the firm and each manager of a department are four lncandeacant lights of different colors. When the Individual is his desk and at liberty to conat ST. MARY'S ACADEMY. sider questions from others In the NOTRB DAME. INDIANA. office, his white light Is turned on. (On mile west of the University of Notre Dame.) and must Classical Education, When he is In the building Thorough English and Including Greek, Latin, French end German. On be hunted up he leaves his green completing the full course of studies, students receive the Regular Collegia to Degrees. light burning. When he is engaged The Conservatory of Mualo is oouduotsd on and not to be disturbed except for the plan ot the best Classical Conservatories of vitally Important matters his blue Europe. The Art Department Is modelled after the light Is In evidence: while the disbest Art Schools ot Europe. means practical-ly- , Preparatory and Minim Do partmanta Pu- - play of his red light brook Internot Will SUs are here carefully prepared for the Acs "Danger! and Advanced Courses. Gymnasium under direction of Graduate of Boston Normal ruption under any consideration. St Mary Academy, o A A Young Man Called on Mr. Engel away a mist. Then she threw herself into his arms with a joyful cry. Otto, my prince," she said. And then the curtain went Tribune. down.-Chicag- Plugged Teeth With Brass. Two young men, giving the names of Drs. Geofge N. Wyman and A. J. McGluply, opened a dentists office here six weeks ago. They advertised to do work cheaper than the local dentists, and did a lucrative business. Yesterday they disappeared, leaving numerous unpaid bills. They sent to the Central Hotel for their trunks, but the proprietor insisted on collecting before releasing the baggage. All day yesterday and people whom they did work for have been looking for them, some with fire in their eyes. The fillings in their teeth were brass and were falling out. Cincinnati Commercial-Tribune- . to-da- y Dreyfus Still Unpopular. Dreyfus is still having great trouble to get a flat in Paris. Recently he succeeded in obtaining the lease of a place in the Boulevard Malesherbes, but the outgoing tenant, having discovered who was his successor, refused to allow him to enter or to give the necessary instructions to the upholsterers and decorators. The Parts courts have now ordered the tenant to admit M. Dreyfus once a week for two hours until the expiration of the lease. Pensions for Old Folks. In ithe current issue of the Lend a Hand Record Edward Everett Hale has an article advocating old age pensions. He believes that such pensions should be limited In any state to three conditions: First, to persons who have never permanently abandoned their native state; second, to those who have paid taxes eince reaching manhood; third, to persona 80 or 85 years old. Dr. Hale thinks $100 a year would keep old folks from the poorhouse. Deadly Enemy. Oysters A dreaded enemy of the oyster ia the drumfish, which has done nearly of $100,000 damage to the beds As a Ocean county. New Jersey. remedy, the fish and game commission have tried exploding dynamlta in the water to kill the predatory Apparently this is not tha kind of noise that annoys an oyster, in spite of Ue old conundrum and Its answer, A noisy noise annoys an oyster. Painting of Fort Sumter. A painting of Ft. Sumter in war time, made in 1863 by Lieut. John K. Father and Mother Are Both Dead, Key, a nephew of Francis Scott Key, Said Nellie. author of The Star Spangled Bana star. This was the plan finally ner, is on exhibition in Charleston. It was shipped through the blockade agreed upon: In her scene with the prince the to England, where it remained until to Charleston a few fairy princess came on the stage all it was returned alone and lay down to sleep on the days ago. couch In the center. Then, while her Our Next Battleship. eyes were shut, the prince came on Naval Constructor Capps will have and wakened her ty singing. She aroused herself, and, making out the charge of the work on the new 16,000-toside of battleship which is to be built prince standing by the far navy yard, and is her couch, flew Into his wide opened in the New York the vessel will be determined that arms. The actor who played the prince was completed, If possible, in as short called into the conference, and among time as would be taken by contracartors. She probably will be called the three men a plot was carefullyman Connecticut the the that was agreed ranged. It Hunting in Burmah (Special for either the or elephant is posed to be the most exciting onn sPrt known. But to combine the two and hunt at the same time for both an elephant and a rhinoceros, and to bag both of the big creatures after being seriously wounded by one of them is the kind of a hunt that ought to give the ordinary sportsman enough thrills to lust him for a time at least. H' an illustration of the curiously diversified character of the work or As I UNTING snp-eqaea- p c: Letter.) from Pee Uees rifle cnt th elephant in full retreat again, and tho lieutenant, picking up his own gun. which was uninjured, again followed after his quarry. He came up with him once more, and this time put in two more bullets, just behind the elephant's left fore leg. Tne beast turned again and continued liia figM, and the lieutenant, being exhausted from the effects of his collision with the elephant, had to give up pursuit and be carried back to camp. The next day the trails of both tho ship Skipjack started out early in (he for one in last February day morning a rhinoceros hunt in upper Burmuh. He was accompanied by a native hunter. Pee Mee, a tall, gaunt, determined-looking Siamese, and a corps of native servants. Pee Mee made a He business of hunting the rhino. sold the horns of the animals to the Chinese for a hundred rupees each, and the skin and other parts of the body bring a large price from the Chinese who use them for medicine. For, as Pee Mee quaintly said: "Anything that is hard to get is the Chinaman's medicine. Lieut. Munro and Pee Mee camped The Rhino Prepared to Charge. for three days at the foot of a long elephant and the rhinoceros were range of hills which here form the again taken up and followed, and both boundary between Burmah and Siam. animals were found dead. The country is covered by an immense forest of trees so dense that at THE PEOPLE OF ACRE. no time of the day is a hat or head covering necessary. In these dense Region in Dispute Between Bolivia forest the' sun is never seen except and Brazil. where some great giant tree has been The region of Acre, in Northern leveled by .the lightning. , has been disputed territory After following a small stream Bolivia, between that country and Brazil for high up into the hills, where it had a nearly fifty years. The little counsource in a wide marsh, the tracks of has come into public notice rea big rhino were found. Following try because Bolivia leased a part cently tracks the hunters soon came upon of the Acre region to an the rhino, taking his noonday sleep syndicate. Brazil objects to this business arrangement, and has threatened to break off diplomatic relations unless the contract is rescinded. Except that the country is rith in rubber, . little Is Known about it It occupies a triangular space between the boundaries of Brazil and Bolivia, and Peru and Bolivia, with the Beni river as the base. The position of the sides of this triangle as interpreted by the two countries is the cause of the dispute. A traveler recently returned from Acre says of the natives that they are in many respects Lieutenant Munro. in a thick piece of jungle in the cen- like the Bolivians, but that there are among them many tribes of a lower ter of the marsh. As the hunters crept towards him class than can be found elsewhere in the rhino gave a low grunt, indicat- that part of the world. Some of them ing that he was aware of the pres- are said to be cannibals, ar.d all are ence of enemies. The lieutenant shy and averse to the invasion of their rushed forward until he was within country by the whites. They are e ten yards of the animal. The rhino perts in the art of using darts, spears the hunter, and javelins, and delight in practising lurched toward him,-an- d tent with these from the bush on intrudto his his shoulder, gun clapping a bullet into the rhino's left shoulder. ers, whom they usually attack from The animal turned and lumbered behind. They wear no clothes, but hav? away with the hunter following. Suddenly tho rhino turned and at a elaborate headdresses made of feathdistance of about twenty yards lower- ers and beads, and the younger ones ed his great, hideous head and pre- wear strings of coirs and metal pared to charge. The lieutenant im- disks around their necks and w ists. mediately fired again and pnt a bullet into the rhinos chest well down. The animal turned with a shriek of pain and made off through the jungle, clearing a road by sheer force of weight through the dense underbrush. The hunters followed, expecting by the blood and foam which the rhino left in his trail soon to overtake him. At last the trail led Into a thick jungle, and, as by this time it was 4 oclock in the afternoon, the hunters decided to return to camp and take up the pursuit again in the mornAnglo-America- n ing. As the hunters were going buck through a range of hills densely covered by bamboos. Pee Mee suddenly stopped, and, pointing forward, whispered, Chan, chan. The lieutenant looked and, sure enough, through the bamboos he saw standing on the other side ot the stream they had followed In the morning a large bull elephant, his tusks glistening in the last rays of the sun. The lieutenant stalked up the right bank of the stream, and when opposite the elephant and about twenty yards away drew a bead on the projection at the base of the elephants trunk, figuring that the bullet would strike somewhere near the brain. He fired, but when the smoke of his gun had cleared away he saw the elephant still stood where he had been before and was looking wickedly for the hunter. The hnnter aimed a little higher up next time and fired again, and the elephant turned and made off up the tha agricultural stations, it is of interest to note that the California been for over ten years experimenting in fig culture, sixty different varieties having been tested in that period. It has been connected indirectly with the national government in the study of tne Smyrna fig. It has been demonstrated that this fig, to reach its highest form, must be fertilized by a tiny insect which in the old world fig regions goes on its enriching journey from the wild caprifig flower to tne domestic fig tree bearing the pollen which gives to the ripened fig its peculiar richness and flavor. The promise now is that, through the introduction ot tne iusact, the choicest European figs are to be raised with prolii in California. Scribner s. The August Evetyhody's is an ideal midsummer niagaiue. It is compounded chief- .tnd blithestof ly of fiction, the Ik Metalcs against a background of charming and interesting pictures There are six short storks, a little poetry, a fine, humorous study of the New England farmer, a noble description of the growing of wheat. Blade and Slieaf. oy Martha McCulloch William--- A : Radclyffe Dug-mor- e tells of the Sheep Dog Trials at Troutbeck," which suggested to Alfrod Ollivant the grand scene in Bob. Son of Battle; Arthur E. Johnson describes tha remarkable air cooling machine invented by Prof. Willis J. Moote. There are tha usual departments, Ho w to Make Money, and Little Stories of People and Things, and a most in tere--tindescription of "Customs and Costumes at French Watering Places. Altogether a capital and beautiful number of tho magazine. g A Garden of Orchids. Frenchwomen have always been fond of perfume and not far from Paris there is a garden with a profusion of flowers, among which orchids are cultivated with great care, of for from it one of the Parisian perfumers gathers the wonderful scents that have made him so famous. He has discovered that orchids possess rare qualities for producing delicious perfumes and also foi softening and beautifying the skin. The budget of good things in the August St. Nicholas is sufficiently well assorted to tickle the fancy of all sorts and conditions Tom Jarnagan, Jr., ie the of children. long story It is vigorous, natural, and e Slimme Sir decidedly interesting. is a delightful bit of nonsense verso, setting forth Lite adventures of a very thin knight who in his armor was mistaken for the by the giants wife. The Little Maid of tho Sea is a charming story of a fisher lass w ho mended tlie nets and took care of her baby brothers and cooked her father's dinner and was cheerful in her work.- The League with its prize contests in writing and drawing continues to grow iu popularity. These are a few of the many good things in the August number. Newspapers His Winding Sheet.. W. T. Hutcherson, editor of tha Dickson County, N. C., Press, died at Charlotte, N. C., aged 72 years. Ha had worked in a newspaper office since the age of 12. He had always said that he wished to be buried in a winding sheet made of newspapers and so he was laid away. His head was placed upon a copy of the last issue of the Dickson County Press, and copies of the exchanges he admired were carefully wrapped around ' his body in the coffin. ; best-know- n s - . WIseacrtHge. The way to do some things is to do them. Love is a fancy founded on fact. Contentment is the result of a limited imagination. Flirtation envies love, and love envies flirtation. Purity is not ignorance; it is taste in the selection of experiences. Woman is made for man to come back to. Carolyn Weils in the August Century Dickens Character Dead. Col. Froom Talfourd, late superintendent general of Indian affairs in the Dominion of Canada, has died at Wandsworth Common at the advanced age of 94, says the St. James Gazette. He was the original of Tom Traddles in Dlckens David Copper-fielThe deceased, who at one time was shipmate with Captain the novelist, went to Canada in 1832, and for twenty years was in charge of Indian affairs at Ottawa. Lieut Native Chief of Acre District. no horses or mules in Acre, and the llama is used as the beast ot burden. There are Mar-ryat- Archies Contribution. Some years ago one of the most familiar figures in the streets of Dunfermline was a harmless,, man, simply known as Archie. Like most of his class, however, he had a good deal of sense and humor, and he was also a great stickler for what was proper. Consequently he made a point of going to church. One Sunday he proposed to attend SL Annes U. P. Kirk, but learned that a special collection was to be taken. He had no money, so what could he give? He took a walk up and down the street considering the matter. At last he saw a potato lying unheeded in the roadway. He picked it up and went to the church. Going forward to the plate, which stood at the door, he placed in it the potato, saying to the elder in charge, Silver and gold have I none, but such as I have give I thee. half-witte- d Came of Famous Family. Rev. Dr. Henry M. Field survives from that family of Fields which included David Dudley, the codifier of laws; Stephen J., a justice of the supreme court of the United States, and Cyrus, who laid the Atlantic cable. Dr. Field was born at Stockbrldge, Mass., on April 3, 1822, the same day and year as Edward Everett Hale. As a Presbyterian minister he won a position in the church as pronounced a3 did his famous brothers in tbeii Him Threw Thirty Feet, chosen walks of life. The New York valley, screaming and trumpeting Evangelist under his editorship and with pain. ownership grew to be one of the most The lieutenant crossed the stream widely read denominational publicaand followed in hot pursuit of his tions in this country. He has traveled elephant, but suddenly came to a halt many times to Europe, twice to the as he heard a crashing in the jangle orient and once around the world. ahead of him. and, looking up saw that the elephant was hunting him. Getting Pointers in America. The elephant was within twenty feet Albert Boyer, a French builder, is of him, and there was no chanoe for In this country getting pointers rehim to raise his gun; so the nonten- garding the American skyscraper ant attempted to dodge to one aide, building. He represents capitalists but the elephant struck him a blow who Intend to erect a twenty-storthat threw him thirty or forty feet apartment house in Paris at a cost of down the hill. about $1,200,000. It will cover an acre The lieutenant fell into some bush- and a half. es which concealed him from the elephant, whom he could hear charging Any pretty womans jaw is a thing back and forth, hunting hilm. A shot of beauty when it Isnt working. ' y t, The work of the Porto Rican Code is described in tho Review of Reviews for August. The account of the oontact of the Spanish and American legal systems will interest all American lawyers. Coin-missio- n Boys Apt Reply. During hia last stay In Boston Gen. Ballington Booth told a congregation In tha Warren Avenue Baptist church a story that was much appreciated. A boy was asked by hia teacher if h could define what rapid enunciating meant Its talking like people do when they try to pray In a cold room, was the prompt answer given by the youngster. The August Atlantic is largely and seasonably a fiction number. Besides containing the continuation of the Baroness von Huttena delightful story, Our Lady of the Beeches, it opens with a powerful fisher story by Norman Duncan, In tha Fear of the Lord, and includes attractive and entertaining complete stories and sketches by Arthur Colton, 'Jack London, Alice Brown and Annie H. Donnell. The Angust number shows an improvement over previous numbers. Authority on Jewish Literature. Dr. S. Schechler of Cambridge uni- versity, England, who is soon to take up his duties as president of the Jewish Theological seminary of New York city, is considered to be the best living authority on Jewish literature. He brings with him to this country an Important ancient Hebrew manuscript which was found by him not long ago in his explorations in Egypt In the Review of Reviews for August The Cuban Municipality is described by M Victors. Clark, whomade a special study of the subject during the period of tho American occupation. - 'i , Expense of Congressmen. Under the law, every contestant tor a seat In congress la allowed 42,000 for expenses, provided the eon-teis regular, and it Is remarkable that In nearly every case the contestant finds that his expenses foot UP st just tha $2,000.