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THE EEAVLR CGJ.iTY NEWS .... K M:Kick. W. MILFORD Editi.i- A fl Manager If yimr beau wears his heart on bii sleeve don't wear pins In your bolt. In Sayville, N. being henpecked. poultry. Dr. Wiley rays are nut fit to eat. haven't been a man died from liut this ben wat Y., (but preserved eggt Nor are those that Engl a ml and Germany may build their dreadnoughts, but the 1'ulted States has a corner on tin- - Missouri mule. The trouble with those big deer the hunters shot is that they might have prt-vt-n- liit-iiill- i - n l L-- t mei-tin- may happen to the sli-.ii'- i - , yu i Inn-el- 1 Jil.'iut, It Is alunvs poshihlc to be Luppy ill ll:c I lini! Ii I h that don't live fu (.e imiur.'il gas licit with .i r e i J :t W i iin n ii is fng m;iii mi every point, lull Ibis Is the highest point of iquaLiy on rec oril. the gas Hodgeman county, one man Is buddFirst Buameas Is the Care of the ing a railroad. He is building it by himself, literally, unless one counts Wounded Then the Track Is die four mules and ihe scraper that in Cleared Marvelously are necessary in the making of the Short Order. grade. Kudotph Meyers, a native of JefferIt takes about five minutes for the son county, Kan., lias sought no bond Ni-York (Viitrul wrecking crew at issues and the right of way he has N. to Y., get I'tiea, secured thus far he has bought with of w A One the of the first new labor agree liiooklyn. London, Eng. under way hen a his own money. For IS mouths lie Luge hurinei transit lines in the ; incut which will have an Important ef-l- ' wreck happens has been working quietly on his roadlilted Slates to follow tin example j feet on the future of the diamond trade of somewhere bed and in those 18 months every one of several of the railroads ami large has just been formed at Amsterdam, Kirksvllle or west who has asked him questions has reI mi list ill. I corporations ami adopt a Holland, the chief diamond which of Albany, cutting ceived a nod uf his head fur his pains Is Ihe usual terripension system Is the I.rooklyn Haphl ei nler of the world. I'nder the new will say nothing. emTransit Company The mil road agreement the luaiuifucturcra are altory covered by Meyers And the result of this disa ploys ll.iiuo men. Each employe who lowed to Introduce 2,2h(i apprentices this crew, attitude has been that not alone has served 1:1 years will hi entitled to Into ihe factories In the next live tance of 2S miles receive ru per of his monthly pay years. The eonseni of the union to to the westward Is Jotmore, the enunty seat of Hodgewhen he reaches the age of TO, or is the iiiinnliirtioii ,f dm large nuinbei nml ,s7 lulli-i- lo' the eastward. Five man county. Talking in an excited relieved through between of tuw apprentices was given only iidiiiiti-- is the time required If the way. hut the entire Seventh and the ages of li.l a lid li'i years. The min- ufier the Amsterdam inanufucturerF wreck happ'-nill ihe day time. If the eighth congressional districts are dis imum limit of service to entitle the had agreed to follow the New York at night the use of cussing the peruliar enterprise which happens man ii I act urers in recognizing an lb telephone gets every member of one man la fostering. is .'.I years, cl-employe to This railroad which Meyers has Iho being graded down to lit) eight-hou- r of bed, in which case It day. the crew is planned to extend from started per cent, for such workers. Provision 15 the about to minutes ashiiigtuii. Incorporation get pa pert require Is also made for employes who are ol the American Federation of Human crew together and the engine hitched Jelmure to Garden City, .14 miles. It less than lib years old and have train. The wreck- will run almost due west and would llights, a branch of the French lahot nmo the seven-eaIncapacitated after serving 3o ot gunl.atlon which demands equal ing aggregation located at I'tiea is typ- afTord a connect ion with the Jetmore or inure years. rights for both sexes before the law, ical of ihe wrecking outfits of the rall-r- i branch of the Santa Fe. which now extends front I aimed to Jetmore. The mil. Iirnoklyii. N. Y. The new year and which proposes to combat lgnor people uf Jetmore and the country othbrought maleilal reward to the em- aiii-under all forms, have been Mled When two trains mil into each ployes of the It. It. T. In nddiiiiin to w'iih the recoider of (hcdH iif the Ida er a ml miss things up and hurt some- arouiid it always have sought a western connection with Garden City, the pension system that went into ef- Diet of Columbia. body. ilu wrecking crew's first busi. fect on Now Year's day, and wlili-In which would afford another Junetlon Minn. lailmr Com mis ness is to care for the wounded. with the Santa Fes main line. For insures a for those who sloni-McEvveti of Minnesota, la ar I'tiea ilu (.Vntrul has the names of vears lo Ihe servii-e- , give their on its list and when 20 years men have been predieting ranging for an exhibit In February In four physicians Ihe Ollilials iililiouiici-i- l ail iiid'i-nsIn MIiiiu tlic crew hears that some that some day that line would be wrecking of spoils safety applimicea fot ; that it would have to be built. iiiotnr-nil'l- l r ompay for the k.iwn hurt one of is these doctors is no-- built the ion of accidents to work I11 tile middle eighties even the and guards of ihe emupauy. iiiguii-n- . If the wreck is a large one. lied. If will he held under the auFe made a survey .mil laid out Santa More than yioii.nini in vvag--not all are four ilorsor taken only spices of the Minnesota Museum ol some of which are si ill l.e grade sticks, a lu in ; i uil panl year, Said ah hi and Safety. ,i'oi'g. but also ail others wlm can be in Pii-I evidence along the grade being ( 1111:1, iiieiiuHug the families of nl l il. liiiiii The ruin is also wrecking aniliiblv", .Mass. Boston Building wi-i- i hy Meyers. Hut the Santa tin employ i s. Tin- general iiiiimiger 1 first aid to the injured Id'ii i council lias called Fe gave up ji8 of 1n II. 11. T., .1. F. lias a oidfiis. piin years ago nnd of seven ol all lights were relinquished by it Tin- wrecking train eonsists of "put ll up In" tlie uo li lo increase ihe encli of i be Itimiiin unions ii ml ulsc Mcvi is lias been so profoundly Flleiil iii'imiil fun lu-- by lovai eo nper.ii Ion iliose ot Cam In big- iiri-- l , die crai:- . 'be lilb r. over t Itiookline f(i c.i'.-1J11 vv t ii (In i llicials. !i ilu- I(mii v. people have never liivn! 11 in bumn hi liimiaiy in in upon the pix tlii- n'lii-able in I .i :itli n . gei Tin- - carters employed t.i idui-- as aii iiiiioiaiioii v. cii.l Eng ii, Ii'ih tide u" crime wage im-tor t hit from him. lie I. as lived In a shack bytbe Gloat Central Railway lloi.gim-i'iuic.l and a dining year. i,iit a few mill s Imv.- g. illieil one poiul ill I i ill-v, hull ib town, has in cur i (iiiil incd. Mcinpbi.-- , The ' wl.i-l- i employ cn w eats and I e a meiit lo a tonl car. a vi!il,"d cviry day and lias intend. d sleeps, liureau, recently started .Mayto bin own business. si ilia in 'lam besler. F!cl!it-ld- . Leeds, or I law so. with tin usclsiunee byof Hit bliu kil-- car, vviiich carries ill Mock-- ' And now 18 moniiis Jclrm-rXoititu'lciui and oilier large ceniers hi Trade ami in bioriiii.g up cars, .md two ears I.ai.or eoimeil, Is proving i It finds that Mi vers, the ii wuil waking. load Eugii.ml served by lb. it railway. The a trucks be whirl) may A of citizens havt ii v ci nuts, has euripli ii d m urly twe il i.nder the cars when wheels or oieii a.--, I. d l lial tin ir hours and rales aln-Uil-sinless,obt.iincd r.'iV.- - of his 1'iiudhid on two i.f die employment, througt HxhS liave been iwis.cd. of pay ; hi ii 111 he made In I tin luireau and v. limit any cost. e.iiiiiep of tin proposed route whli those given to Lnmion & Nut'tli vv An consisiy riiiicl S.111 The Iron Tradet nf tin- iiruiuary wrecking cn een Jetmore uud Garden City; western men, and they emuplaile-i- l eoiiiiell lias cp.gi-iii a crime ii'.asK'r. wricking Its secretary t a rigger and eight wreckers. The two Hides that were filled wiili hi!I. that iv'iucsis to Interview the direc- eoniniiinicaie liictriicted wil h the California rep tors Inn always been relii.-eil- . isvisiant irain master iiccompaiiii-Thu reseiitailves In the that went as high ns .10 feet, which eougress and usk them crew to cause for complaint on the latter tvj interest how the wreck happcnc,! Meveis reduced to the levels; two themselves In obtaining 1 utnl to Jim nil to oilier matters. When miles (list were liderspereed here ground has been removed liy the ar- iiniforiii eight-hou- r day for all n lln wreik is a large one the size of nnd Hu re by ravines many feet deep, rangement of incHlng. trades under federal direction, which Meyers filled after ceaseless Is increased. Ihe cri-Washington. According to the buWashington. At the present time work. Th- steam crane constantly reau of viliil statistics of (he Inlled there keeps are He lias ertnblislicd a roadbed on Slates government, American hakcra label trudesrepresented In the union steam up for business and the of the Ameri department what is practically the only route mid confect loners have u death rate can fire is never drawn without Ihe of the superintendent. due lo consumption of 2.10.1 n 100,000. and Federation of Labor 37 natlona. When that can be followed If any one International unions with an up the crew learns of a wreck wishes to build a railroad from The death rale from pneumonia wrecking proximate membership of about font Ihe first available lo Garden City, and therefore if amounts to 117.4 a 100,000. From hundred thousand. engine la hooked to the seven cars and no time Is wasted Meyers never completes his own road these two mimes, both growing nut of Poston. After an artlve and sue be will hold the necessary key foi In arriving at the scone of action. their occupation, their dcnlh rale is career of more than a dozen ccsrnl 3fi7.5 n 100.000. The first thing the steam crane does any one else who wants to undertake The average death years, lloston Hoilcrmakers lodge. No is to hoist the debris off the track. Ihe task. rate among all people In 1 lu a 9, Is about to disband. The lodge wlli soon as one of the tracks has allow the members to act as Inditidu Just as been New York. A workman's cumpen-siitinthe wrecking master reBoils Hands to Save Train. opened nl.s In tlu matter of , joining the inter ports to the superintendent and gives based on the English stat-ul- o national. Tciribiy scalded by slc.-iand hint an estlinnte of the length of time hanging to the outside of tlu cab ol which relief fur InMilwaukee. .Mayor David S. Host It will require lo open the other tracks, his speeding engine. Engineer Scab juries without regard to ill- question addressed II Hireling held by Cigar The wrecking master is in full com- Davis, by a deed of unusual heroism of m glig'-iice- . Is ml vocal i d bv ihe joint i.iiki-rs- ' union, 97, at Kaneull hall mand of the wreck. One of the wreck- saved his confiTi lice of central labor bodies In train- - ihe Georgia railroad lloston, mi Hu social, moral and eco ers acts as a clerk and takes a Mall-in- i nl pi'i'M-iiii-not.' of faet mail between Atlanta and Ail to the' legisla- 11011; Ic aspect of and regula bit of damage done, for it will gusti- i- friun being w recked with s intive euiiiiiiiselun which has lion as the proper course nnd safe every be his business to make a detailed re-- 1 large loll in human lives. Into ihe quiring opcraihui of the em-pl- guard. Just before the era' liabillly net. On aecimut of port of what happened in the iiiixup. train reachei! Muslim. tin higlu-cost of living lu this coun- elation M I.ast week Franklin asso If the nature of the wreck indicates C larkston a driving roil of tin engine of junior pressmen, assist the cause, he will report that, also. broke and in a minute had dei.iol of the try, a linn-li- t of 05 per urns and feeders, elected Its 1910 wage The crane has a lift rating of fu) islied mi entire side of the cab wage paid before Injury Is seale commit ice. The present agree tons, which la sufficient to hoist a knocking Cm fireman intr l expires June 1. Hy It the eight freight car bodily upon a track. When tin tender and ste.-u-r union hour Wastiiiiglon. The Pliiinbei-s- ' breaking tu was secured. workday It tackles a passenger ear it can lift gauge ami pipes. reports us follows to the American Engineer Davis Indianapolis, ind. Tin referendum one end at a lime. Whenever the crew fearfully scalded Federal ion of Labor for the year: vote about the face and of the International Pressmen goes to the electrified West Shore rail- hands hy the Charters IkxiiciI, 3S; surrendered. ,1:1; ami Assistants' ste.mi. clung union on the proposl-lio- road the members wear rubber boots to the oiitxiiie escaping of hi cab until tlu number of strikes, 20; cost of strikes. j to establish 11 home in Tennesset and rubber as extra precau- first shock of the accident hud gloves $20,122; death benelUx, fS.iiHU; sick is favorable passed tions, although the current is supThen, with tin driving md still bat henellts, $27,020. The elToris of Ihe i.:r.5. to be off from turned the third posed tering tlie opposite side of the cub orgiiiii.atluti have been directed iiinre Ottawa, Canada. The legislature ol rail after a wreck has hapiH-ncd- . Davis reached into the scalding heal panlciilarly to the reduction of hours Saskatchewan a recently adopted and with his wounded hands succeedmid controlling the apprenticeship sysclause lo the faetories act, fixing tht ed in applying the air brakes. tem In preference to gains in wages, An Awkward Passenger. Enlegal working day lor women at 1 which have generally ailvam-eA Scottish railroad guard had a able longer to stand the torture from with maximum of eight hours. progress along the oilier lines. nasty experience the other day. Part his wounded hands, he was flung Minn Minneapolis, am! Minneapolis 111. fcn-mof the luggage under his charge from from his position on the side of ihe In the n mu St. Paul locals or Bloomington, the Ilakcry and Con- Aberdeen to Manrhesler was a Hiina- - engine, receiving additional injuries vote for general secretary of ihe ii fectionery Workers' union have formed Tailors' I'nlon of America, a joint council. layan bear, en route for Host uck's from his fall. A Carnegie hero medal will In the Lancashire city. Yearnbe John 11. Lennon of Klooniitigton, who Wilkes hiirre. Pa. Tlu- grand Jury Jungle for Engineer Davis. en Bruin for route. has held the position for 21 years, has indicted three company ing members of one of tilt broke out of life been defeated by E. J. Urals of Cleve- mint cage. The guard examining boards on the charge summoned the animal's keepland. who will take charge July 1, of hastily Preferred the Toothache. eevtiticates to miners llle 1010. er, who by firing blank cartridges in laiuioii Hltrilniles his defeat gaily. John S. Iuglig. contracting t freight McEnaney of district the face of thp bear managed to mnkc to his inactivity iiguim-- t saloons Len- No 1, l ulled agent of the Enion Paclfle, has been Mine Woikers, is the It retire to its cage, where it was se- - suffering for several non Is also national treasurer of the prosecutor. McEnaney says the fndls cured. At Forfar were vere toothache, the davs.wlih a secarpenters of Labor. first of bis lifecriminate issuing of hat employed lo box up Bruin in his spe- - time. He has consulted Boston. In addition (o the general caused the niiplovim-nevery rail' of many In rial compart nienl. On the to way roadman on tin "row" In an effort to conference of the Brotherhood of Kail-roa- competent iin In ilu and mines, by the animal find 11 however, Manchester, Clerks of the II. & M. system Tor reason ol such Iin remedy to stop the pujn. oiiipeiciu-- tin Hvm he was given a tip on a sure and belterment wage Increases of of all lull ground workers are cn again broke down the barricade and was found to be there on arrival cure, but refused it. claiming that of lloston North- diingficd hours, the again loose. After some difficulty he the remedy was worse than the ache. ern union lodge Is now coufer-rln- Morion Carpi-iiti-rs- ' union was snfely housed in an Iron cage He paid a visit to tho seventh floor with Fourth Wil No. 31 has a wives' funeral hcm-fianil taken to his own Ik mu-- . of the Flood building, and there met H limn J. Hobbs for a general system. for Its members. freight man who suggested tin remFusion. - John I wilire or Fusion Order Electric Locomotive. New York. The New York state lias I ci edy. ted New England or "It's sure to relieve you." said ilu After a thorough test of two new branch of the Aiiiisigaiiiait-i- l Associa- gauier or ihe Meial Polishers. Fuf electric locomotives for service on friend, hut it is a severe treatnui t, tion uf Meat Cullers and lliitcliers has fers. platers ami Fimss and siivet the New York terminal division, the "Can yon take the same traimet.t V a membership of lY.nini. against l.uoO Winkers' unions. asked Inglis. last year, a gain of M.nou. in Greater Pennsylvania lias ordered the Fill-' her t, with the people to New York alone the membership of iiimlc of the determin iiion "Sure, I can sianil it." replied M of all Mn const met km of 50 ofproceed them. The nw friend. Hi cigiiiiiuiiiiii was Increased by nun hinlsts' liiilg-- of New England u "If you can stand it. I am will be built in the form cf The treasury roiitnins tin neat ask lor a 2 per sure warn imieasr engines a double locomotive or two in one. can. What is it?" asked Inglis, nnx habitu e of $28,000. oil May 1. will a have motor Each machine lously. New York. A strike of New York Fusion. II. & M. . H. feilerj:,.,! 2,000 horsepower capacity, or a total Fiace a small glassful of whiskv n, pliimiieis mid siemiitiiters is threat- eoiiiiell of shop and tradIn the double machine of 4.0i horse- jour mouth. Let it run ened. The two unions have submit lod divided upon its on the requests of the demands to (heir employers asking an ageiiieiit of that road, it asks a n,;ln power. Tlie new machines will be aching tooth and then spit it out. If raise equal to three of the steam locomo- a sure cine If In pay to six dollars a day uf from four lo sl cents an liu jou can do it." hour fur tives of the largest freight type and inglis still lias ihe toothache. skm with no work on Saturdays, The each man of til. various liadi-s- . Tin will have n trainload speed of 80 Francisco Call. plumbers' helpers also seek a raise council will meet in this ihe miles an hour. tiy the and unless they get two dollars a day Sunday in February to receive iv mid Saturdays oil, they, too, will go on port and take any ai'ib-Thousands of Steel Cars. Locomotive Building In Chile, strike. At this time Just year Hip steel cm Frooklyn, N. Y. Conrad Weber, New York. The Musli-lans- ' Consul Alfred A. Winslow reports builders bad orders for liO.iiun Interna- fourlli iilleriliilional vice piesbb-iu- . tional lias a membership of lii.ooo. the Clgarmakv rs' union, died reci-mi- ol that work was begun August 31 on Thta year, according to the Railway Twelve years ago ll was ti.ooo. tho first railroad locomotive over and Engineering lfvli-wAll Ihe orders luivr junior lo foiirtii built at In of works New York The Cooiw-r- ' the the Chili, internaamounted to li'.if.nim, ami work alwill be promoted and a elec Soeiedad de Maentranzas tional Is voting on the question of es- lion to All the vacancy special y Galvaniza-rloready contracted for will keep th for sevi-mIn Valparaiso. tablishing a death benefit. vice president will beheld next iuod!, plants busy until next June In-s- l ('mineci lent town has a woman niiitlir what In the hills of western Kansas, Mfnrii-upuliu- Aa roon ns the echo of the New Year's horns lma died away on the chilly air It will he lime to begin ngl tatlng for the sane fourth. No In lie-co- a lieatiiig CREW t Now that flying la practical and the north pole lma been iliseovered the only thing left for the next year to be perpctuul motion. . Silent Man Is Doir.g Most of tne Work Himself on This Western Kansas Line. s Queen Alexandra retains her beauty by simple living and by keeping her temper. Queena do not have to worry about cuokM, however. 1 RAILROAE A i all the poets are 1'nfortunately, snowed In, so that they have nothing to do but write poems on "The Beau-tlfu- l 8now. t WHEN THE WRECKING GETS A MOVE." IS BUILDS a.-'- t'tiiii-p-iii- frurn. ' y ; I: lit ill. Oil has ilcclile-- I tin t ill: soup you (.ill bit a waiter if he Oil you Itut Imw II I It 1 it, wloll la-t bring your nip of cutlet till four iio'iit w stone cold? piilci Ti-nit- . i j r ti.'-i-- 11 ' iliu-Mi'- - 1111111111-1- cori'i-.-pom- -- l f -t Tin- tell us that hank that tlu-rIs "237 In bunks for encli nf us. Tell It not omoiig the holiiies, or t here'll be u run on every hank In Ihe country. The trouble with Ihe modern woman apprnrs to lie that the moment she marrlea she takca up a study In psychology Instead of thinking uliout Ilia washing and the baking and Iho rearing of children. - Its lire piipi-i- di-'o- . - Ml s L--or - pre-t-tisni- Jet-mor- e When a man's wife hns gone lo the trouble of getting bla favorite cigar from the druggist a nmn la a thorough grouch If hu complaina at the hill wheu it cornea In luter. Did he expect the lady to make the cigars? ! 0n,-OO- t) ii year old hoy was arrested In York for speeding In 1111 iiuiomo Me at tin rate id .1(1 miles tin hour It developed that the hoy had a chauffeur s license and that tin ear wni A 1.1 iii-t- N'i-- g'liii-anlei-- j ' - his own. The iniiih'ni speed .lugger iiaut is had enough, hut it Is no won der that tin citizen of the meiroiuiiii are calling on the law for protection to their lives when this .tnge.ei iiaut Is allowed to lie set in tnolion by j le-c- n chll-dron- . iccoiii-nieude- It is gratifying to learn from Ihe forestry authorities lit. Washington that rutting ('hristmas trees Is not a menace to the timber lands. It Is explained that though l.OUO.imu of these trees Hre used every year In the 1ulted States they represent a growth that Is not material to the well being nf the forests. In fact. It Is said the thinning nut thus assured may he beneficial to the remaining limber. So a beautiful custom may continue to be Indulged in without any conscientious scruples. - Moving pictures taken to show the meeting between Prince Ito Hnd lh Russian minister reveal every detnil of the tragedy of his assassination, and will be used lu the trial of the assassin. This striking departure In criminal trials, which will take place in the east and not In the progressive west, opens up a new Hold in the con duct of the courts. Already they are crowded by the seekers after sensn tlonHl life dramas. They will enter Into serious competition with the theaters as free moving picture shows Prof. Miicnstcrlicrg knows more about why most of us do things than we do ourselves ami we have to thank Mm for some interesting we surprises have enjoy.-when lie has explained motives lo us; so when he says that "from a psychological viewpoint ( men become shoplifters because they have a duller moral pficcpiion than men and aie less likely to restrain the so railed "imitative impulse," t must believe it without quest ion - at least, from the psychological viewpoint. Now Guam has bail an The Hub Islam! is iiinnlf.-i- ,. earthquake coin mendnhlc desire to t into j1(, t). it light, although IssPehtly behind procession In soh,.,;lJR earthquakes, which have gom; temporarily out of fa h Ion. g-- Not less than $!0.tHm.,)lio n money to say nothing or other girts. H ed to have been t this year in tin shape of (TiristniRKpii-seiitto tln oV world from the L'nit.-States. Wh ays Unde Sam Is nut the b'gg.-s!M beat Santa Claus In the Imsin.rj? si-n- t I nil-il- i l j Joiir-iieyiin-- - Fcdi-rnllo- : t 11 11 i g Hoi-Io- n Vice-Preside- i i 11 fi'JAf ' .M Cl' 1 l WHEN YOU BUY A DIAMOND Co to oomo ono who hat thorn. Wo havo tho groatost stock of Diamonds and Praefous Stonoo ovor shown In Utah. Bought boforo tho riso. 170 SI SALT LAKE CITX UTAH CaoJ crap Mdi arc tkt true fusadaliaa tf Lrfc Ohkif Catalsgac bill all Ant the - keit accdt tkat gnw. Sasd far Free Ctpy. VOGELER SEED C0..Salt Lake City Pennywise Peter. I)r. Britton D. Evan, the brilliant alienist, said at a recent dinner in New York: "Then there is the cunning lunatic, of whom then used to exist a good, example at Bridgetown. There was a youth in Bridgetown to whom the neighboring farmers liked to offer a penny and a nickel. "Gathered about him in a circle on market day, the farmers, t in- - after another. would say: " 'Now, whien 11 ye nav. lvier? Here's a cent here's a nickel lake yer choice. "And foolish Peter Invariably would choose the cent rather than the nleki-l- . and the farmers before such Incredible foolishness would roar with laughter, double in two, and slap their leg-- , noisily with their lirown li.mil. I said one day to the lunaTeti-r,- ' tic. 'why is It that 011 always take tin cent lust cad of Hie nickel?' " "Peter grinned a very r'liinin-- grin. " 'jJiipl'ine 1 took the nickel,' said lie. 'wouiil I get a eli.iiu-- in take another one?' a'diiiign:i Post. half-witte- d Keeping Up Appearances.and her hii.iliauu Mrs. Fluid hnd jimt uinvcd into a $15 sevon hoii.-The first Sunday morning there, as Mr. Fiuletti-- r s.ar on his porch and ail the neighbors on both sides of the strei t sal mi Hn-ir suddenlittle istrches, .Mrs. ly came to the front door and honied at her husband in a loud, vexed voice: "Hilary Fink iter, will you or wEI you not come In to lunch'rbn? The champagne is nearly flat, and you know how soon a dlsli of Ler.apiu gets coin i1 Finletter tossed down (lie comic section and hurried imbxirs with a dazed smile. What are you kidilfug me for? he asked, as he looked at the rump steak and potatoes on the dining table. "Its not you, Hilary, Em kidding, sakl his wife. Its the neighbor:-."- ' St. Ixuits ti-- v. Mi-t- ie v tilobe-DPinocra- Parisian Politeness. "That Ihe French are the politest people on earth." says a New Yorker, who spends a bit of his thuo i:i Baris. I have always been convinced, and a recent incident in a l'aris!:iii dentist's office accrudcd me additional confirmation of that belief. "1 entered 'lie dm; list's anteroom just as a patient an exceedingly woebegone expression on his countenance . v an was approached 'Whom, m'sieu.' inquired the attendant. with ihe most sympathetic of Inflections in his voice-'whoshall I have the misery of announcing to M. . le Iloeteur? Llpp!:ic-itf1 ultc-ndant- Opinion Reserved. "The Woman's Fuff rage Study club" has recently been organized In New York. One of Its objects is to induce men to go to eliureh on Sundays Instead of staying in bed. Ve do not feel inclined to say that it. is "starting out under favorable auspices." Too Fast for Him. At the University of Missouri Is the first working school of journalism In the world. As praeiieal laboratory work, a dally paper wlih telegraph reports is issued. Walter Williams, its dean, tells of the vicissitudes he encounters in turning laymen into journalists. A student was sent in basic to cover a railroad wreck at a town a few miles away. It was almost time fur the daily to go to press, and still no word had been received from the young man on Ihe assignment. In desperation Dean Williams telegraphed, asking why the story was not forthcoming. The reply was: Too much excitement. Wait till things quiet down." TJppiucolfs. re-eii- Wcst-inghous- e Fo-ito- ll,-uo- - - i - l A til K Uk- ei-ii- been so much bigger If they had gut away. A ft FARMER SMASH 0 Every pood resoluMon helps a little though it may not last until It renehea the place named on the ticket. at For Union Workers u UTAH THE AFTER s . 1 d -- , n A Phrenologist. what do they i!i a person that reads heads?" A phrenologist, my boy." "Gee! Tlien ma must be one of those things, she felt my head this afternoon and said rlglil away: Youve beii swimming.'" Detroit "Bit. Free Press. The Difference. "Tommy, 1 am sorry, but. I will have to whip you for fighting when I told you von mustn't. What were you and Jimmy White quarreling about? Why, mom, he snld you were ten years older than his niotli-- r, and I told him he was a liar. Well. Tommy, I don't approve of your fighting, but under th circumstances Here's a quarter lur you, and III ask jour papa to take you to the moving picture show tonight when he conies heme." Baltimore Amort can.