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4 1IE IS AU AMERICAN. WHEN GIRLS Only ONCE A LUMBER SHOVER NOW A MEMBER OF CONGRESS. iTks Csrssr of Jamas Hamilton Lewis of tks Mists of Washington Offsrs Hoa to tha Hula bis llast Pressed Man In tha Mints. CoL ROM a lumber beaver to congress ia the height climb- ed by Col. Jarnea Hamilton Lewis, tha . H beat-dreaa- rd man In tha atata of Ha Washington. will represent the people In tha next Colonel congreaa. Lewis baa had a strange career. Ha la a lawyer, orator and a politician, and withal one ot tha moat brilliant men on the Pacific coast. In 1886, when he was only 23 years old, he went from Georgia to Seattle, lie la a native of Virginia and spent bla boyhood In Augusta, Ga. He waa graduated at the Unlveralty of Virginia and started out west to build up a name and a fortune. At Seattle his first work was as longshoreman on the docks. He waa kind and unselfish with his fellow Workmen, among whom he became very popular. He bad a pretty good education In the law and opened an office with the savings ha made from his He became the. legal adviser work. and advocate of the working classes, Win They SHOULD MARRY. Usrs Qulllrd to bo Tham-nl- m t'uoks. she Is capable of understanding and fulfilling the duties of a true wife and thorough No housekeeper, and never before. matter bow old she may be, if sbe is not capable of managing a house in every department of it she is not old enough to get married. When she promises to take the position of wife and homemaker, the man who holds her promise has every right to suppose that she knows herself competent to fulfill it. If she proves to be Incompetent or unwilling he has good reason to consider himself cheated. No matter how plain the home may be. If It is in accordance with the husband's means and he finds it neatly kept and the meals (no matter how simple) served from shining dishes and clean table linen, that husband will leave his home with loving worde and thoughts and look ahead with eagerness to the time when he can return. Let a girl play the piano and acquire every accomplishment within her power, the more the better, for everyone will be that much more power to be used In making a bappy home. At the same time, if she cannot go Into the kitchen, If necessary, and cheerfully prepare Just as good a meal as any one could with the same material and serve it neatly after It Is prepared, she would better defer her marriage until she learns. If girls would thoroughly fit themselves for the position of Intelligent housekeepers before they marry there would be fewer dls- A girl should marry when 8AM E OLD STORY. ; WESTERN SKETCHES. IVTTTYTTTTTNm Wheel. JarkMiu'i tint The Jackson (Ky.) Hustler says: The first bicycle ever In Jackson arrived by express last week. It la the property of one of the professors at the college. A big. strapping mountaineer from Leslie saw the wheel in the office and said 'What's that air? 'A bicycle,' answered a bystander, who went on to explain its uses. 'I low'd mebbe it was a newfangled contraption to measure saw logs with,' replied the citlsen of Leslie. And just then Ben Wells fainted and fell over a pile of ex-pre- is ex-pi- si matter. Didn't Years for Wealth, "But a man kin make money very test In this town If he likes," remarked the Oklahoma man, In a casual sort of manner. I suppose so, put In the stranger at once, with an earnestness that showed he was eager to be let Into the secret of it. "Yes," rejoined the other; I saw a man here the other day make a thousand dollars almost at once, ye might say." "Indeed! "Fkc, sir; he was k stranger. Just like you I don't know whar he comes from or anythin about him mor'n I know about you; but anyhow he comes here, sir, an he gits In with some o them thar insurance agents over to the station yonder, an gits hls life insured to onct, dye see? "I see. "Yes, gits hls life Insured an then, air, out he comes and begins shoutin Ms politics around right straight. Oh, he was business, he waa, I tell ye! Well, sir, 'twarent mor'n half an hour from the time that fellow landed at the station a poor man till the insur-unc- e company was wrltin' out a check fer a thousand dollars fer his wldder. It was the sharpest thing I ever see. Deng If I ever see such a plan! did you? The stranger agreed most cordially that It was a rharp trick. Indeed, but added as he rose to see .when the next train v.ould leave there that, unfortunately for him, he didn't have any politics at all, and. what was more, he had no wife. Resides,'' said he anxiously, "I'll i'll tell you straight, I don't crave wealth at all just now. 11 Hr Kan t'p Sfiinit Ilutla. "Jest stow them traps fur me, Jake, Hank as he passed requested One-Eyhls personal arsenal over the bar, "till I call fur 'em. Whater yer strippln' yerself fur, Hank? Sick? Xaw, tough as a mustang, but I ran up ag'ln a new kind er game. Thar's a tenderfoot dude down ter th hotel spoutin' fur gold. Free silver's my long suit, so 1 sets 'em up all 'round bo's ter git inter th' play. I puts In my bluff, but th' dude kin chin 'bout sixteen ter my one, an' I haln't a good ec a two spot on the showdown. I kaows I'm trimmed, so I comes th ole dodge, an' when he says I'm mistaken I claims he calls me a liar. Jest as I'm goin. ter open th' ball he yanks off his goggles, ketches me alder th' head an knocks me th' whole length of th' Mike gits joint Afore I kin pull Red th drop on me an says 1 cant shoot no man what haln't armed, but ef I war lookin' fur a hed referee th' derbate. Gimme 'bout four Inches o' sarplnt juice an' Im goln back to contlne th' argyment. fur they halnt no man kin best me in ed V ' Newe comes from Belgium that the young Prince de Chimay is seeking a divorce from his American wife. Prince de Chimay married the beautiful ahd accomplished Miss Clara Ward of Detroit in 1890. Miss Ward was educated In France. She met the Prince Joseph de Caraman Chimay, eldest son of the minister of foreign affairs and premier of Belgium when she had completed her studies, then a girl in her teens. Their marriage was speedily followed by the death of the prince's father, which made Joseph the head of the family. The young couple then took possession of the Chimay chateau In the Province of Halnault, near Mono. The charming princess inherited a considerable fortune from her father, who was at one time numbered among the richest men in Michigan. The Chimays have always been poor, and it Is sot unlikely that a large sum of the among whom he was known as "our dude." Mr. Lewis, as soon as he could princess dower was used to make ImIn the old castle. The provements prince Is said to have spent his days In hunting and evenings In a heavy sleep. Quite naturally the beautiful young prlncesa began to repent of her choice, and she bitterly resented his treatment, and sought diversion in court society. Princess Chimay has sparkling wit and great beauty, which gifts were not destined to make her popular among the dowagers and a Half an hour later Hank returned, grandes dames of the little kingdom. Two children have been born to the looking as though he had been tatChimays. The second, a boy of two tooed with an ice-piand so limp that years old, was christened with much a man at each arm was necessary. pomp, King Leopold being one of the "Did you do him, Hank? asked sponsors. The men of the Chimay Jake, with a look of wonder at the family, barring the old prince and a toughest man In the diggings. younger son, who is now first secretary "Never touched him. Couldn't git of the Belgium legation In Paris, do anlgh him. Thought he war a mark, not enjoy an enviable reputation in Eubut he knocked me down faster'n I rope. .. could count. Every time h dude hit me I wished It war a mule kickin me, or jest a ord'nary man thumpin' me contented, unhappy wives and more with a club. I'm suthin of a n' homes. happy scrapper, but that thar cuss kin whip all the fellers like me you can load on Prara Drarendud from lloyalty. a frieght-tral- n goln down grade. He The Dukes of Grafton, as descendlicked me squar. Jake, an' I want yer ants of Barbara Vllllers, bear the royal ter give It out straight ter th' boys that arms of Charles II's time, which are I'm.a goldbug. quartered on the shields of four other ducal families those of Buccleuch, Mule Ib Hoomtown. Cleveland, Richmond and St Albans. From the Boomtown Boomerang: The last two represent respectively the The musical and literary evening given Duchess of Portsmouth unpopular and with lady the popular Nell Gwynne. The Vanes by the Sagevllle orchestra, Bud Hickey's over hall in the soloists, derive arms and dukedom by Intermarssluon last eve, may well be called a rying with the Fltzroys; while the House of Buccleuch has quartered the howling success, each number being arms of the Merry Monarch ever since greeted with loud howls for more from its representative, the greatest heiress the audience. It Is many a day since we have heard so much music ripped and finest woman of her time," espoused the unlucky son of Lucy Walters, out of a fiddle as Prof. Orlando P. C. who came to grief at Sedgmoor. The Pugtley ripped out of hls fiddle last House of Normandy quarter the royal night, and hls accomplished and lady wife pounded some of the arms of James IL, that king having sweetest melody out of the piano that granted them to his natural daughter, we ever heard pounded out of any Lady Catherine Darnley, whoa heiress She Just made It get up and piano. married Mr. William Phipps. The bear the royal arma as borne hump, and in the duet for two persons was nip by their progenitor, William IV. The that they played together It Beauforts quarter the arms of Eng- and tuck when It came to Jerking the land and France, or rather the royal sweetest music out o' the two instruarms of Edward III, In token of their ments. Such daBh, smash, crash, bang music ain't beard every day in these d descent from Shakespeare's Lancaster, famous John of Gaunt parts. Then there wasn't anything slow and the Dukes of Bomerset quarter the about the accordion and flute duct by lions of England between six fleur do the professors two daughters. Every belis, being the coat of augmentatlor foot in the house was keeping time fore three had ladles the young played granted to their house by Henry VIU limber-legge- d upon hls becoming connected with It by minutes and some of the bis marriage with Lady Jane Seymour. young folks even got up and waltxed No less than forty-fiv- e peers still claim up and down the aisles. Hut when the the right to quarter the royal arms of whole orchestra of nine pieces got In Its work the audience went wild, and the I'lantagenets upon their shields. If anyone thinks Boomtown aint cultivated up to appreciating good music has Dukane refused to Splfflns theyd Just ought to have been In Hick-ay- 's honor that sight draft Caswell hall last night when that orchestra Perhaps he regarded It as an over Jerked out "Sally and the Ham-Fsight draft." Pittsburg Chronicle. rough-an'-tumb- le free-fur-a- ll. all-'rou- good-looki- J. H. LEWIS. afford It, began to pay attention to his dress, and he was soon the fashion plate for all the young men about the town. Within a year after hls arrival In Washington he was elected to the territorial senate. He waa offered, at con26, the democratic nomination as delegate, but declined. gressional When the territory became a state In 1890, Lewis became chairman of the first democratic state convention. He refused several nominations, Including that of governor, but accepted the nomination for congress In this campaign. He is a gallant, courtly fellow, and derives bis title of colonel from hls rank on the governor's staff. Sold Her Head A New York woman, whi has a marvelously retentive memory, has sold her head for 3 to a medical college, to be examined by the experts after her dealt. Am Fits-clarenc- es "time-honore- at Kntvrprldng Kli. Kins KhaulHbmknni 1. of ftlani, wbu has bla furljr-thlrJuat birthday, tn the thmii when wily li years Hid (.Moler. 1NUM. a distli ia said to b kaowl-mlgillled uiniiaivli, amt baa a thorough nf l lie KnslUli laujfiHS. lia waa . tlw Her. Julia H. by aa Amerii-auChandler. ku waa fur Biauy year Lulled Hlatea ismaul at Jfaiigkiik. Its favurs Beat-er- a manuals uf guveriiiiii-iit- . baa eiifuuraged tha ruiiatructluii uf very fair ruada In Hang-kubaa miabllalml telegraphic connection with Knyi'I'e. and lia liilrudm-etba electric lisht and truinitay. with alt miles of line. In 1W1 ha nit the Drat and of a railway, which connects Bangkok with l ha mouth of tha river hleeaiu. London Spectator. d sue-milr- il Pretty Pill says k, Pretty Poll Falsa Wltacsees. There are knaves now and then mat with wild reprepeat certain local bitters and pobainuus stimuli aa Menllcal with or thaae to akin of IIo( otpnipenica ter's Stomach liutera. Thaw scamps only amvwcil In fblaihig tliele traahy cuui pounds open people uuaeijiialiued with tba grnittlna article, wlili-- Is a a much their opposite as day la to night Ask and take no aubellhite fur the grand remedy Aw malaria, dyspepiiln, constipation, rheuwotUm and kidney trouble. Sites just "poll parroting. Theres no prettinesa in pulq except on tbe theory of "pretty In that is that pretty does. case shes right. poo-atwa- Pishing I'nd.r lllilW'ullim. Desolation lake, In the Greenhorn range, according to the Puyallup (Wash.) Commerce, is a wild and rodo rare biliousness, constipation, mantic region In the heart of the Blue What's that? Trouble the street T and all liver troubles. mountains of eastern Oregon. John Naw!" How do yon know I see two Roberts went In there this season with policemen running np." a hunting and fishing party. He went FOR PEOPLE THAT ARE SICA Hn Winslow's Booming nyiwp or dust Dont Feel Well, out on a log early one morning to fish, VarrhiUrwimikiag, B4tenailn(iiBu.rlaesiBllam-aailoa- , while hls comrades went up the mounsllajvpaia. runa with! colic. SwataalMlda, LIVER PILLS tain on a hunt. On their return, when aaoiheOne Thing lease. What do you think of tbe president's ONLY ONt FOR A DOS!.. they arrived at the snag where they message)" "Why. It seems in be at least n aa., at Drusgista Baaiplaa BiaiiaS auurler than the other onn. left Roberts they were astonished to foot and free. Sanaa. MaS. Ce. Philo. P. find him In the water, up to hls chin, FITS stepped fm. nil permaacatly carat. So ai after nm dor's ass nt lr. Kilae. Urea Koras & holding on to a root, while thousands Hoolwer. Vroe 1 lrUlluilllaiui trmiar. seed w Da. Burn, KU Arch kk. Huiiuhrlpoia, Fa auSertag woman bow lo guard auanst dangerof big black hornets were circling ous surgical operations and quack treatment about bis head. The party rowed to In Ilelglum a conscript drawn on military the Amerlenn Aoeoelatloa of Thyaiolnae can obtain n aulwiltuta on n statu- saeeed a raaolntioa to distribute o little the shore and, securing a long pole, on aervloe Womanhood extory payment of l,Mti fraura, and tha rad- book oo female diseases. icals the butt end of which a book was complain that this enables tha rich to plains all diseases end Irregularities peculiar "trlb-ut- a lo woman and lives ths best methods of homo while tbe must tba escape, pour pay made, a lot of dry moss was gathered of blood. treatment. Sant free for stamp to pay pontage. Addreea Eleanor Kendall, and fastened to the end of another pole, Flaoa finra for thnisumpUua has bean a tid North ttih St.. Month Omaha. Nat and the rescuers then returned to the family medicine with us sines Held. J. U. CM 111. Madiaon, Are., Chicago, snag, taking the precaution to button EN8IONS, PATENTS. CLAIMS. up their coats, tie handkerchiefs over Tha portrait of Alexandra Dumas, tha painted by Melaaonlrr in 1877, la to their faces and pull their hats down elder, JM. ia Mat WM rHjodiMiiBg Und a place In the gallery of the lamyroi 1, rnj n over their ears. When they neared the snag the moss waa set on fire and pushed ahead on the drift. This drew the attack of the hornets, which rushed birthCelebrating in 1897 its seventy-firs- t Into the smoke. One man fastened the offers its readers many Tiib Companion day hook Into the clothing of Roberts, and The two exceptionally Williant features. the men at the oars soon pulled them hemispheres have been explored in March a to safe distance, when Roberts away of attractive matter. was dragged on board more dead, than alive. Roberts explained that he began fishs ing and caught a number of trout, but when the sun was up an hour and It began to get warm, hornets by the thousands began to issue from a cavity VI In the roots of the snag, and at once In addition to the sj staff writers The attacked him. He slid into the water, Companion Contributors number fully aoo of but. of course, could not keep his head (he most famous men and women of both VI MadauI Luuau Nocoka, under, and his head and face had been continents, including the most popular writers who has writtaa a practical article, o( fiction and some of the most eminent stung till he was nearly dead, hls head How to Train tha Voice.' for Tho Companion fur ISO). statesmen, scientists, travellers and musicians. swelling to twice its natural size. Tha on the back of the neck, at the stings base of the skull, seemed to have afM fected hls spinal cord and to have completely paralyzed him. It took five Tub Companion also announces for 1897, Four AUortnng Serials, Adventure Stories on. Land end Sea, Stories for Boys, Stories fos Girls, days to pack him on a litter to ner. where the physician was Inclined Reporters Stories, Doctors Stories, Lawyers' Stories, Stories for Every-bod- y VI all profusely illustrated by popular artists. Six Double Holiday to think he would remain a paralytic s Nuinlicrs. More than two thousand Articles of Miscellany Anecdote, S during the remainder of hls life, which Humor, Travel. Timely Editorials, "Current Events," Current Topics, will probably be of short duration. and Nature and Science" week, etc. Ayers Pills MBK WOMANHOOD PI(2HSiSS2lK,!ISSlaii w $w, THeybuthS (ompanion for the w titerl Diamonds. Within a year or two the French chemist. Monsieur Molssan, has succeeded In making minute diamonds by saturating melted iron with carbon and then cooling the Iron under strong pressure. The carbon crystallizes Into the form of diamonds as the metal cools. This experiment has been repeated many times. Recently It occurred to Monsieur Roaael thaf there must be diamonds In very hard steel, which Is produced in a manner similar to the process of Monsieur Molssan. Accordingly he examined many specimens of such steel and discovered that In fact It does contain microscopic diamonds, mere specks In size, but presenting the characteristic forma and properties of natural diamonds. At a recent meeting of the Academy of Sciences In Paris oMnsleur Rossel exhibited magnified photographs of several of these minute gems taken from bits of steel ck . COL. Talk about your Boston By ns phony orchestras and Boston being tha musical center of the country; 't's all poppycock! Theres as much musical taste to the square Inch here In Boomtown as In any town In America, and we'll engage to lick the man who says it ain't so. And when it comes to vocal singing. Miss Sadie May Yawp, who sang "The Gypsy's Warning last night, knocked the socks clean off a woman named Nordics we heard sing back east last winter. It ain't often a bang-u- p concert company strikes Boomtown, but It gets appreciated when It does come. Man. DRAMATIC W W w w w Qlbole family. Charles Hoyt is to write an Irish play. Nellete Reed will be In E. J. Henley's supporting company this season. My Friend from India" la one of the successee in New York city this season. Adirondack Folks Is the title which has been given a play lately completo-e- d by H. P. Bigelow. The Power ot the Czar" is the title ot a new play by Lorimer Johnstone and B. Li O'Connor. Mrs. Langtry Is going on a tour of England and will give recitations and dialogues In concert holla Minnie Maddern Flake's tour began Nov. 23. She will spend the first weeks of her season In the South. Odd Mrs. Pond Is the title of a new play which Neil Burgess will appear in this season. Alice E. Ives Is the author. Bernard Shaw, the English critic r, and .has lately completed a play that bears the title, You Never Can Tell." Fanny Davenport la to appear this season In La Tosco," "Cleopatra, Glsmonda," and. In Boston oniy, lr "Fedora. Nathaniel Hartwlg, who for the past two seasons has been with Marie Wain-wrlgh- t. Is to be Olga Netheraole's leading man this season. It is reported that Modjeska conall-sttemplates organizing an company for the purpose of producing a Shakespeare comedy. "The Wishing Cup Is the title of a play lately finished by Elwyn Barron end Wilson Barrett. Charltw Haw try Is to produce it In London. Augustus Thomas Is at work rearBouclcault's The Long ranging Strike. Charles Frohman will bring it out some time this winter. the expressed Fanny Davenport opinion recently that Sarah Bernhard: Is too good an tffctreis to write a play. 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