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A HIDDEN DANGER It Is a duty of the kidneys to rid the blood of uric an irritatifigt poison that m Cou & ( with a few hundred men against prowling band of aatagos, masters of the craft of suift tuid Hecret attack, dexteroua at skulking, in conHttry-mountainous and full of swamps and lwlhjw wuns covered wltli woods. For. twe-nfjears now Bottlers had loVn comittg steadily into this wilderness t li.it lay u; and down upon, the caret stopT s"7f (lie great mountain Gentian, Scots Irish, a hard tueed TTTTr nts Itty sc iltt'Tcd far nd ncajxtunong the foot lulls a ltd val Tin tr nti'ii wcin and ys it heat ted, (junk witli the Haiti na find when they were once foot to revenge themselves for mured wives and child! en AthP rades Hof tmw could thy. scattered as ttiey were, meet these covert salMea In the dead of night a sudden rush of men witli torches, the keen knife,-thquick rifle ' The country tilled with fugitives, for whom Washington's ini lUtnmen could find neither food nor belter. ( Btantly foriiiing m ' ' side. When the k,j Fy neys fad, mic acid catises rh. attarls, h litehes, - v dizziness, LTavt1! urinary troubles t v weak eyes, drrrsx LV' t t)oon A Montana Cri Tlie letter of invitation, written by was raptaln Orme. atde.ae-camp- , couched In terms of unaffected cor- d mw A diality. ,eft s.i swollen 1 ,f. so oi)T with th.. ,Min. t fn just hv,, ,.n t1.wpalr IVunsk tip - wf.h? r.in,il ?, i hla inw 1m Washington very gladlyjjc-cepted- . iu a letter that had just a touch of the young provincial in lty bo elaborate and over-lonwas its explanation of its writer's delicate posi- Tn 1i when the advance began, straight into that "realm of forests ftnqlent as the -- world" Uat lay without limit upon all the western wajs. Braddcck a Mischief Breeder. It was s thing of infinite difficulty to get that lumbering train through thtangled wilderness, and it kept the temper of the truculentlUaddoek very hotto see how it jpluyeT havoc with every principle ami practice o; campaigning he had ever heardof. r He charged the colonists withfu of June Installment andre-,achache'an- d g Don. Ce ..r Store, t DOAN'S FOSTER-M- 50c a Boa tion lifts Jt U R N Co.. Buffalo. il and. motives, but g with so much more of the proud gen- ashington did all lhat energy and reckless courage could to beep the, older of buttle Ins had so maiMchosen, to hold the regulars to Hrelr Mind work and hea,rten the Virginians to slay (lie W aw'ait-ing-t- BARKERS d Tmlm :AEnTn KtrTwhi r. Mali elling housTTio! l ai ttL. WOOl, tO- to tv) wC. -- -- balsam ihi hw AIR Aitiir. llo, HOI. -- tvili-tar- y me lu4 beM fcVmi≤ Ut larg,- - demand M.icH(fc JS'lArr I I DI E hl'h- - ktv-Pjn- ( ().,- - he It Wash. Scuttle, f - he jThe wife of a shiftless man exruses him on the ground that he - - means well. y ... Allen mmkk imo oin hiiom me , 1 (nii-l,.i- for Antiseptic powder tlrea, atlilng- swollen, nir.mis feet. Oivie rest and loinfort Make walking a delicto Sold every w here ?5o Inn t accept any I ..r HUM (ample addre Allen S. Olmsted, I,e Km. N Y. Adv sub-tHu- Friendly Hint. Tin afraid to say exactly what I think, said Governor Itlow off. That's interesting, replied Senator Sorghum "Hut a man who adofns that principle ought to be npotns careful what he thinks " Important to Motnere Examine carefully every bottle of CASTQRIAasafe and sure remedy for Infants and children, and see that it , Bears tho Sishaturoof Tn Use Tor Over 30 Years. Children Cry for Fletchers Castoria His Sarcastic Fling. I don't like to invite Mrs. Parvenu to my bFrdgerrarty;nd -- yet' file's 'a sure loser and good pay?" "I dont think you are going to get . her money without her company, said the sarcastic hstsband. "What invitation and mail you a check?" .Disproved the Charge, v It is a sharp emergency that can catch Pat. even when he is ignorant and ragged. An Irishman whose garments were in tatters was brought a magistrate on the charge that he was a vagrant, with no' visible means of support. Pat drew from the pocket of his torn coat a loaf of bread, the half of a dry codfish and several cold potatoes. These he .spread upon the stand before him and coolly asked: "What do you think of thira, yer honor? Shure, an IsntT thtnrvlilble manes of BupportT be-for- ?;v e ci Bears Grease and Baldnese. In a recent volume of reminiscences" the writer states that baldness Is much more common now that in his early days, and ascribes the. modem mans loss of hair to the decrease In This the use- of Shear's ..grease. lard of was jnad4 principally pomade colored. nd scented, but hairdressers, many-o-k whonYralled Themselves professors, used, to advertise the slaughter of another fine bear, hibiting a Tanvas screen, depicting In glaring colors a brown animal of proportions expiring 4n a sea of gore. . Solves the Breakfast Problem A bowl of crisp, iweet - Post lam-do- - - - c 11 ts-m- en e, -- -- terror-strlcke- 'Toasties . was,-upo- makes a most delicious meaL . ' , l These crinkly bits of toasted w'hiteconC "ready to serve direct from package-tempting -are-a frhen n Con-trecoe- A served - break-fa- st with cream or milk, or fruit , ' The Toasties flavour is a pleasant surprise at first; .then a "happy, healthful habit, n o - -- - s Tlie Memory Lingers VI e . - . . - In- - 1m-11- 1 1 , . " J vv -- , e elghty-sixMilficer- s i V -o toint--ro- e CALIFORNIA 11 e o x prrt'T-tgrffgrrfSftt- da-o- e Milepost No. 1, April 1, 1911, 9:59 a. m. Zero e iut-t- n - aide-de-cam- p )arunanl growth. to lirgtGrw Ofy JwithfUl CotocT r we Milepost No. 2, April lf 1912, Ills hoi so into of the thick the eerwhro $426,039.97 firing, and. crying upon all -- Milepost No. 3, April 1, 1913, ike to Keep ta it- steadily like Heart.J916.825.61 Tender but yestenlay rejoined The Washingtons ad a net, having for almost two weeks "The supplicating tears. of the' womHTimh figure Tjrrrtit the growth of tho ilcpnaitR iii mir RRiingH department since it lain stricken with a fever in Dunbar's en. and moving petitions of the w opened TWO yearn agn. tho cried tor Oil mark of ronlldenee en the men," camp young commander, part of thepiilihe we wind to uprea A Charmcd-Llf.melt mo Into such deadly sorrow that our appi relation The custody of the TTe could I aartngH cl tlHunn Jr i( person la a solemnly declare, if knoW'Tny own hardly sit his cushioned aacrcd trut. and the oltleera and 8a (idle for weakness whtyi the fight mind. I could offer myself a willing dirmtora of thia bank will, endeavor to rove worthy ot It began; but when the blaze of the bat sacrifice to tho butchering enemy, The Rum ot $11.(174 79 waa paid to tie but st, his engernebs was suddenly novided that would contribute to the the Having depoHitnra April t a auld--h- e w like ttvat of one possessed, and his here ' set, St rl tti vhigR . lari ease a peoples hnrt m the next Tnt(TeT un"v Voai7Jiu.nu--Iike-- -t htCuf 0 tie1 MH'ng o ff et4n g ttO.av0nXiiUhLJbL - InilHimna t-rhrffmTefir.'Tlt, iheTr.'''" vt TncTms to Yon can begin with tt, chat mrd 1'hrlee:ft"'TiorS(i ' n x shot save, a people. under him, many bullets cut1, his clot It It was a comfort to know, at least, Walker Brothers Bankers A that Jte was trusted 'and believed In. lng. but he went without a wound ' Salt Lak City like mud energy drove Itruddock The Bmgessea had thanked him under founded lsvi Every branch ot banking. lu the Tall iiuildlpg" storming up and down tin 'hi caking the very stroke of RraddoekB defeat, lines, but ho was mortally; stiiekeu at In terms which could not be doubted last, and Washington alone remained alpcete In tlio'very thick of hls'deep Happy Is the young man who loses ' to exercise such control as was pos- troubles, when he would have guarded the first time he gambles. sible when the Inevitable tout came. the lielplesH people of .tho border, hut It vvns Impossible to hold tin ground could not. Colonel Fairfax could send in such' fashion. The stubborrt It rudhim word from Wllllumsburg, "Your dock himself had ordered n ictreatere good health and fortune nro the toast the fatal bullet found hint. Sixty-thre- at every hthlo." "Our Colonel," WFot Monuments at out of the of A. young comrade In arms, "Is an ex Money-savin- g his force were" killed or disabled; less ample of fortitude In either danger or prices than five hundred men 4ut of till the hardships, and by his easy, polite beFREE Booklet Fine thirteen- - hundred win had but JuHt havior has gained not only the regard . for the asking. d now pame-so gallaHtiy' through the but affection of both officers and sol It thowa alt lha nwat daaifna. are ford remained tinhujt; the deadly dlers, .And they rnclt r I ed at ? must on to' utter A slaughter lno gono I. ..Item ligurcR. TrylnpQrdcaL desd uclioir Ity all mcniiR get But tt took all the steadiness that tllla l.cck Writ had been born or bred In him to enDeath of Braddock. yell tul for It tODAY, was . Inevitable twas dure tlm strain of tho disheartening Retreat A wyltc tur blessed good jforttino that It wm still tnsk, from which he could not In honH(KK Mantle Catalogue, possible. When ouco It begun It was or break away. His plans, he comwere & Sons Co. men plained, "toduy approved, The Morris Elias fren.hul. headlong, retkless, condemned' He was bidden do W. S. TU St Salt L.k. City ran wildly, blindly, as If hunted by wlwit was Impossible. MarblsWork It would reMonument (letnoiiiLAv hiitr no ' Tits Work Mantis resist haupled by the frightful cries, quire fewer men to go against tho cause remove again and maddened py the searching and secret fire of their foes, nrtw coming hot of danger than to prevent tho effects Many ol upon th(4r heels. Wounded emumdeft, while the cause remained. 'military - stores, baggage,' thelryory his officers were careless and Ineffarms,- - they left upon the ground, icient, many of his men mutinous Far into tlie night they 'Your Honor will, 1 hope, excuse my abandoned ran madly on, In frantic search for tho banging lnHlead of shooting them, he mur-derou- tleman and resolute man that the smile with which Captain Orme must wantaiike-Oty f honor' aiydof hate read itcould hae nothing of tm have kept him, sir'loug 'disrelish in It transportatiojFand supplies The young and all the they had proiulsediuid to have done olher members of 4 he generals so little to einr with, and so drew "family found its author, at any Washington Itfto "frequent disputes, rate, a man after their own hearts maintained with warmth on both when TH the (Iltllcultiespf to, terms of lnUmaeyside the a tnon gj.hejh - a " certntn presVntiywrought " Hr mid April the commander-ln-chieofest Change- upon him, and disposed had brought five governorktor him to take counsel of his young Virgether at Alexandria, in obedlentm ginian aide-tonly man In all his to hla call for an immediatwcon-ferenc- company who could speak out of William Shirley, of . Mas- knowledge in that wild country. sachusetts, the stout heapttd old'lav-ye- r On the 19th, at Washingtons adevery Inch a gentleinan aud pol- vice, he took twelve hundred inen itician," who had ofa sudden turned and pressed forward with a lightened soldier to face"he French, for all he train to a quicker advance, leaving was past sixty; James He Lancey, of Colonel Dunbar to bring up the rest New Yoriiastute- - man of the people; of the troops with the baggage. Even the hrve and energetic Horatio this lightened force halted "to level Sham, of Maryland; Robert Hunter every moledvlll, and to erect bridges orris, fresh frotnLlie latest wrangles over every brook, as Washington w Ith the hkdSTrongtJttakers and Ger- chafed to see, and "were four days In mans of Tennajlvanid, and Robert getting twelve miles; but the pace Dinwiddle, the busy merchant goverwas better than before, Rnd brought nor of the Old Dominion, whose urgent them at last almost to their destinaletters to the government at home tion. had brdught Rraddock and his regiSurprised by the Enemy. ments to the. Potomac. On the 9th of July, At mid day, they Plans were promptly agreed upon. New Toik and New England, j seeing waded the shallow Monongahela, but war coine on apace, were astir lio less eight miles from Duquesne, making a than Virginia, and. In active corre- biave show as the sut? struck upon their serried rank their bright unispondence with the ministers In Two regiments liatl already been forms, their fluttering banners, and arms, and 'went raised and taken into the kings pay? their glittering Into the and shadowed straight rough the militia of all the threatened colonies were afoot; in all Quarters ac- forest path that led ,to the French tion was expected and instant war. post. Fpon a sudden.' there, came-- a man To Strike at Niagara. boundlngTiTong tho path to meet tEem, Governor the council wearing the gorget of a French offShirley, agreed, should strike at once at Ni- icer, and the forest behind rlilm agara with the kings new provincial smarmed with a great host of but regiments. In the hope to cut the en- - h al fJi SC.()V0!P(1tMI ...Rig tul. -. . to the Ps,s: ITdonel William Johnson, the right and left within theshelter of cool headed trader and borderer, who the forest, and from tWlr covert had lived and thriven oJongJn the .poured a" deadlyflre upon Hruddock's forests where the dreaded Mohawks advancing lines had their strength, should lead a levy With good, British pluck the steady from New England, New York and regulars formed their accustomed New Jersey, to an attack upon Crown ranks, crying, God Bave the king!" Point, where for twenty-fou- r years the to give grace to the volleys they sent French had held Champlain; and back Into tho forest; the Ordnance Lieutenant Colonel Monckton, of the was brought up and Bwung to Its kings regulars, must take a similar work; all the force pressed forward force against Beausejour, lc Acadia, to take what place It could In the while General Braddock struck fight; but where was the use? straight Into the western wilderness Braddock Will Not Listen. to take- Duquesne. Washington besought General Brad-da'Twere best to be prompt in every k to sea er Ti too, and meet C0Ver a8 ilrey came enemy Braddock turned from he conference he would not listen. They must to push Jiis own expedition- - forward but In ranks, as they were bidden, stand at onceT After taking Fort and take the fire of their hidden foes he said to Franklin, "I am without breach of discipline. to proceed .to Niagara; and after hav- like men, When they would have brokentq ing taken that, to ErrmtenaC, It the blm, In their panic at being season will allow time; Aid I suppose Eplte"of there In the open glade slaughtered deit will, for Duquesne can hardly of the without sight tain me above three or four days; Rnd beat them back withenemy, Braddock his sword, and then I can.seenoihing thatcan-ob-Btru- ct cursed them for cowards. bitterly my march to Niagara." He would bav.e kept the Virginians, The Sagacious Franklin. too, back from the covert If he could "To be sure, sirLquietly replied the when; lio sawJh.cBi seek to closa with sagacious Frankln"; !! you arrive the attacking party In true forest fashwell before Duquesne with these fine ion. As It was. they were as often troops, so well provided wltB artillery, shot down by thd reguthe fort . . . can probably make lars behind them as by Uielr right but a short resistance. foes In front. They alone made any But there was the trouble. Twould head In the fight; but who could tell have been better, no doubt, bad a In sueli a place how the battle fared? route through Pennsylvania been Redskins In Force. No one could count tho enemy chosen, where cultivated farms already stretched welLJiito the west, where they sprang from covert to with their own roads and grain and covert.' They were, in fact, near a cattle and wagons to serve an army thousand strong at the first meeting with; but the Virginia route had been In the way more than six, hundred elected (by intrigue of gentlemen Indians, a motley host gathered from in the Ohio i:ompany1t was far and rsss ted), and must needs be made the French, sevenscore Canadian rangers, best of. Seventy odd regulars from the fort, There was there, at the least, the and thirty or forty French officers, men had come out of sheer eagerness to have rough, track Washington cut to the Great Meadows. This must a hand in the daripg game. be widened and leveled for an army could not spare more Frenchwith Its cumbrous train of artillery, men" from his little garrison, his conand Its endless procession of wagons nections at the lakes being threatladen with baggage and provisions. To ened. and be sorely straightened for take Wto thousand nfen through the men and stores. He was staking dense forests with all the military everyth lngk as it this entrappings and supplies of a European counter on the way. ' armx0uld be.to put, It mlghr be, If the English should hhake the savfour miles of Its rough traij betweeii ages off, as he deemed they would, van and rear of the struggling lineA he must .nodoubt withdraw as he and it would bea clumsy - enemy.- - as cqu! d ere- -t h e ne 8.0 LIE legfLw ere J( fighiiagwentTmthewoodarwhcouId closed about him. He never dreamed not cut such a force Into piece-ilk- e of such largest of good fortune as thread. as Franklin said. came pouring In upon him. The Advafics Begins. check''The Engtlih w the thing was to be attempted, ed, but beaten.- - ereh6rbnly J nevertheless, with stubborn British They had never seen business like re Eolation. It was the 19th of May this. "Twas a pltlfuL shameful slaugb before all the forces intended for the Jer men shot like bears In a march were finally collected at Fort pen there where they cowered close Cumberland, twenty-tvhundred men in the scarlet ranks. . in all fourteen hundred regulars, Their first blazing volley bad sent now the.recruits were In; nearly five the craven Canadians scampering back hundred' 'Virgin iani, horse and foot; tbe way they had come; Beaujeu. who two Independent companies from New led the- attack, was - killed almost at York; and k email force of faHorsj, the first bnset; but the gallant young-eterfrom the transports to rig tackle for who led the motley array, wav ordnance when there fieed on ered never, an instant, and readily jbe he rough way. And It as t,he 10th .held th4 Indians to theireasy tfork: r r8 t happiness but want it to pour.. . threatenedfout. dining ut-te- N.W Yarfc fur-ton-s coin-mamie- lion-es- fl on,ur.i - kid- neys light orr uric acid bringing new Btrength. to weak kidneys .urimtryills. J In Watch or repairing, better tiring it to na In the first place. It will be mm h cheaper than to experiment, We arc to handle anything of that kind; Snd rather like to get the : JH hard ones. t or Pills R?p the When you hare a difficult job - s they ran. for help; they even passed tho camp. In their uncontrollable terror of puruii,iiht1 wont desperately on toward the settlements Washington and the few officers and provincials who scorned tho terror found the utmost difficulty In bringing off their stricken general, wherp he lay wishing to die. Upon the fourth day after TT7(Th utile herdled. loHthing tho sight of a redcoat, they sail, and murmuring praises of the blues, the once despised Virginians. They burled his, body In the road, that the army wagons might pass over the place and. obliterate every trace of a grave their aavage enemle8might TeJolcetd-fin- d and desecrate.. A Craven-Commande- J r, mntch-nio- ret error-toothers,"a- was for example's sake that wedid " ' It was latest as of fire for s young colonel In his twenties. But a slngle llght lies upon the picture. Early in 1776. eralhejunu inerBsfferrors had come upon tho border, and jyhllo he could be spared, Washington took horse and made his way to Boston to see Govf ernor Khlrley, now acting as In the colonies, and from him at first hand obtained settlement of that teasing question of rank that had already driven the young officer It" once from-th- e servicer-Hewentv- ery bravely bright In proper uniform of t cloak buff and blue, a upon his shoulders, the sword at' his side knotted with red and gold, his horses Klttlngs engraved with the .Washington arms, and trimmed In the best style of the. London saddlers. With him rode two aides In their uniforms, and two servants In their livery. Curious-folwho looked upon the celebrated young officer upon the road wawtlm faro upon bls .way with alt the pride ofan admlrable Virginia i gentTeman, a handsome man, and an admirable horseman a very gallant figure, no one could deny. Everywhere be twas feted as he went; everywhere he showed himself the earnest, achieving youth he was. r An Affair of ths Heart. In New York he fell into a new ambush, from which he did not come off without a wound. His friend Beverly Robinson must needs have Miss Mary Philllpae at fils house there, a beauty and an heiress, and Washington came away from her with a sharp rigor at hlj .heart. But he could not leave desolate frontier at home unprotected to stay for a siege of a ladys heart; he had recovered from-such wounds before, had before that left whltr-and-scarle- Whlte-and-scarl- et k- 'otn-mand- er , nd -- be-'d- -- INAUGURATED APRIL 5tli ElecTil S3 PSfT KIP 1,1 MITS3D trically I.lKhtcd Equipment, SUnd.inl and Tourist, Sleepers, Oar, "Free dTerltnlng Chair Our." Leave Hklf .like daily A. M , arrive Lo Angelos 10 A. M. TWO OTHFIl (tool) Til A I VS DAILY Diner-Observati- - comtnand-er-ln-chle- had lived to reach Dunbarfe camp, but not to see the end of the shameful rout. The terror mastered tho rear- guard,-too- .' 'They destroyed their artillery, burned their wagons and stores, emptied their powder Into Btreams. and themselves broke feverish- - retreat which a mere flight, their cravan He shamefully acquiescing: would not even hold or rally them t FoTrTCti tribe rlandr bii t' w e n l' b n as If upon a hurried errand, all the way to Philadelphia, leaving- tho fort,-ae all the frontier with It, "to fendod-binvalids and a few Virginians. "I acknowledge," cried Dinwiddle, I was not brought up to arms; but I think common sense would have prevailed not to leave the frontier exposed after having opened a road over the mountains to the Ohio, by which the enemy can the more easily Invade us. The whole conduct: of Colonel Dunbar seems to be monstrous. And io7Tff&ied It was. But the colonies at large had little Jtlme to think, of It. Governor.-ShirlehacT gone against Niagara only to find -ileaaureJfor dutyantUn proper seathe- - French ready forTTmat every son, was back at his post, with papers point, now that they had read Brad from Shirley which left no doubt docks papers, taken at Duquesne, and who should command !i Virginia. to comeTTack again without doing any (TO BE CONTINUED.) J thing.. Beausejour had ben taken In Acadia, but it lay apart from the main Suburban Horror. field ol struggle. Johnson beat, the w eat, grumbled the Everything French off at Lake TJeorge- when They - "costs me commuter, attacked him, and took Djeskau, their agricultural twice as much as It used -- to except Commander;' but he contented hlmse TTour That doesnt cost a cent with that, and left Crownoint tin Yearhoney. before last I captured a swarm There-vteother frontiers 'of becs. and touched, tfieyve keprus well supbesides those of Virginia and Pennsylthat-ol- d hire In the TheyreTn plied.1 vania to be looked to .and guarded. back yard. , Three Years of French Success. L"Thn don't think of the high coat riFor three long years did the for-- of living." counaeled hls urban vlsi- -' tunes- - of tbeEngltfihTBetlTements go tor; think of the low cost of hiving." steadily from danger .to desperation as the French and their savage allies Hla Dual Role. I think MUIleJs doing advanced from victory to victory. In good 1736 Oswego was taken; In 1757, Fort thing In engaging-- herself that William Henry. Commander succeed clever young ketor." ,, ed commander among the English, How so?- f Because be Is both a promising and only to add blunder to blunder, failure to failure. a performing young tn: And all the while l,t fell to Washing, ton, Virginias chief stay In her desTwo NewTork Inventors propose to perate trouble, tq, stand steadfastly to mine coal with a machine that grinds the hopeless work of keeping three It to powder,' mixes It with wate and hundred .and" fifty miles ' of frontier starts It to market by a pipe line. - NEW-TRAIN-SER- VICE TIIK LOS ANOKI.KH -- re - , . . .5 MMITKD Eleitrlcally Lighted, Standard and Tourist Weepers. D!ner and Leaves Salt Lake a 4:30 P.M. 1. M.k arrive KXPRKSS TIIK .OVKHLA'nd Standard atei Tourist Sleeper, Dining Oar through; - Free Reclining Chair Cara. "For further Information see any Salt Lake Route Agent. Write for T'aJIfortila. Mterati-e'JTtPkftt Office; ,10 East Third South. ISan Ike City. A O. I IJ. o T. P. A,. arete PECK. J. II. MANDKHPIKLD, A.O.P. Salt Lake Oily Ak about ear Callforala Kxrar-alo- a Tlekela. Obser-vaUonDu- ffet. Loa-Angel- i A POSITIVE..4 MANENT PE. CURE FOR Liquor and Drug Addictions TWab at Minify u high-strun- y i I ClUr w 134 W. SmU IT1TUTE n U.. THE KEELET IN. TiwU SOm. S.b Lk. City A Careful Critic, an elder In the, church, waa Sandy and a truly pious man. He had an eye for beauty and a love for it, but he married Tina because lie knew she would make him an excellent wife. lBuppose Tina Is a handsome d Iaas?u-sai- i Sandys cousin, who met - tho him In Glasgow not long after marriage-an- d had never" seen "I ken yeve gude taste, - ' - the-bride- . San--dy- ? - "Aweel," said the bridegroom, cautiously, shes the Lords hahdiworR. Tammaa. Im no prepared to gay pll Is HI masterpiece. Tit-Bit- Pat Mike? With His Coat Off. How mucl do. 7es Mike-O- i seventy-fiv- e weigh one hundred pounds. Pat You .muslJhar- e- with your coat on? MIkeAnT Oi did not. me arms all the time. got-weigh- ed Oi held it ia Making Preparation Whats daughter doing" , Making shrimp palad. I didnt know we had any ahrlm) ' In the house. We havent, but there Is to call on her this evening." - one-goin- g No Chaperone for Her. We havent seen yon anywhere this winter, miss. Dont you go In. " -- - ' society at all? I have taken to winter sports entirely. Mamma thinks she must always. accomp&njr me to the balls."