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II iiEiii Hi H j 'Isfiffn Who 1'eopled America? aH lit liiiii A'!ii- In irP"ii Mogislne foi Angus' BBl.tl ?13l' Charles liallnrk dis UFSes (he question ttWiUr ' Am if "' ,n ,ho ''"' ,he ',alll'", Inhabitants aaai 4 I'lSir cf Nor'" Amfrlra nn1 wn-nce they B '.V j Jl , jit,, iame Here are his conclusions H 'iifwlfil'ii! The i Imexnl r opl-s "' holn Vorth tLH fill UltTiitl'1! n'1 "nuili Ameilia mlKinat d frnm a HIH lit Slfii! IIS I ilvllisaimn or high degrre hlh or. IIIH il f (V ll ' uiled lh" oub-iimtoilBl bell some HIH X't IP E ' i''t '(hp inn ago while thr glacial shert aLH i'.',iiiQ t. mil '" Population spiend north- aLH .In ill lie1 rrt i" 'be ' 'mW Tloiites of aH HHiia k I ft exrdus llcmlns frnm (he centml point alH "'' iflMtt I drpniture hi ililnly inniknl by llH SI "J ?. fl't rulna ord i.im U rhe subsequent set- fJJjH (J) l " ' ilenieins In M xlro A 1 1011 i New Mix H iji t I v t I 1 o, i olirado i mh and nlllornla in- IH Nf.(iF J ' f '' "" Miiirwlv stages or ad- HHB iljIVMl ; ' ,nro as well us th pcislstent strug- aaaaaBt3 4 it M I Kir lo maintain thr am lent civilisation aaaaHIi-' . L I ialn irnrsloi ind thr catastrophes HtHxlr fl sH ' ,r """" Tn '"' architwtuir HtHtr , ? "f "h xnllevs lifts) onii nvsas la an BaaWlM ' 1 i Intelllglrle cxpr. sslnn of the exigencies ttttHtii" i li i ' xvlitrh Ktlmiiliitrd tho builders Thr allllH i ,l 1 1 i t,raduil rllntt llxitl n of population oxer saH.eM) 1" fi I ' 'he higher InHtiie!- In after yearn wa HtHili! Iffl H 3f nipplemrntrd Iv airirihiita from Kit- laaaai M lU'l J I fP' "nr1 northrip k) i crntiirlea hr- aaaaaH rtlj' ' S "( '""' ""' '"mint of i olnmhiia Wnra 1 ?,! tl J i i) i ' '1 rrtrlial unr thr nitnral anrl In- B uW 5 j' ' rltrihl rraulla nt a inUfii and riegrn- li ,1 Ml rratlnK poplilullon nllh dirfrrrnl dla- i? j'' ' Irifn Thr mntinda nhl'h envrr thr SV i mlrt rnntlnrntiil nreta lanlatnt ami In IfTil i tiunipr tell thr Ktmt Ihrirnf The laaaaH i 1 '(, Korean tinmlm ltlnn or thr rnr Ml taaaaH: T.f . U . himorl. ally rltrrl uhlrh led to the HHIH ''.!' "lIlIU iniindln of thr Mrxlran emplrr In 1W5 IHIIH '111 Jl'Sr ian hut an Inrldental rnntrlhutlnn to I'M' i 1 ' ' the gronltiK pulatlon nl North Aini rtM'Jj1 l.w ' 'a fo alHO ere thr erv mm h ear- i.m !r Her nilKi itlonx from i rntml meila ." 1 U i i ncinsa thr Unit or Mnlm 1 fix j i vj, I' " ' nellRlon, Hlstoiy and School. h, ' ' It In not at nil H-ar that thr ohamea laaaaaaWbrl'. at pirwieltllim Imnmhl nRnlnft Amri - HHIBi It'U !1 'n I'lol-atanl tr.i h.ia In the I'lilllp- laaaaaB Ik' ' I ahi plnra lmr any foundation In fait IHIIHH 'ft ' i h thr ate In If d dlyrrrdllrd li an hlEh m'A , , nil riilrKlMKllnil Mlllhorln n nli- H,' Mshoii lirlmd nnl li the rallied re. M'1 5! iurt of Aillnx c.nternnt i lulit -tnit h ' ;! piilill. oilnlnn mui-t applaud 8errrtnt laaaaaBs)'K u llont a iiuununird Inlrutlnn or rilmln- laaaaaBnP) ' I VlM ' r flnB evri (io oi nnn nt Inatrurtor uhn IHIIH'i i( I. , i (hall lno lirop found KUlltJ nr Intrr- HIIIH ff'l it. fl I i ferinK with thr ei.lfiii or lellKlnua IIIIIBl ;m Mr ttachlnR In uhlrh the piplla hie been HHIH i' IjKifilJi renied At a time when thla Onern- HIIIH ( Mi flSJl' ,nrnt I" "Itrmptlns to mlnWIMi the HHIH '!J IJ 4 1 3' ? . principle or the ar iratlon or rhuich i ci y jj U and atite amonK a population and In IIHmVIW'A fS' ' the rait or n aplrituul pnuer to whom H 1 n1 fi4 the Idei i forclKii ll It of especial mo- ttH,'fl Ml Sh7 ment 'h1' "" """ Pi"":llc'' fhould mn- IIHF " 'jfla IBM form to Ita preaching IIIBl.'.' c 0 5tfc L?m unlverfftil roinmcndatlon per IIHf "! tl Ji as1'' hap, will follow (ln llenrda treat- IIHl'i' ' 3 lf:Ji n"nt r 'he rdttcatlonil prnhlcm In ttHHfti'J I i'i which thr Lcgllnturr or Ixulrlnni In- HlUl l) tnlcd him 'While he plirra lilm-elf tttH!fl NL r M on record na a pirttiun of Admiral IIHrf lit, I ( , Hohlej, he tna etoed tho hill pin- ttHifl lit k I hlhltlnR the tine In public arhoola nt I'ij Itit j K i any history which doea not Klxe Sihley IIHf.! V irt ' the crelit of the Uctorv at Hintlano. IIB- ' P $ If 'if holdlne that the State Iloird of Hdu- IIH' ! iki ' '' cation fhoul.l be left free to use Ita IIH ii lil i i ' ou" Jii'lsmrnt In the matter Such a IIHi t IIV I' decision la sound common sense, and ltHo'Vi ilt S' may l'n rrcoinniended to cominunltleH IIHil I !i u 3 North and South which are anxious to H " 7l' Mt i-cttlr disputed iolnts of history tiy rllilili I lcglslatUr enactment Amerlcina arc fl f I S, j"' 1 Koxerned ton tnuih na It Is, In the nint- IIH '! I A T f i ter of thr iholie of Icxt-liooks IcRlslu- ilj) i; if ( ll tors will do well to Icunc somethlnR ll I !j 'f i i,l to enlightened public opinion New LH 'llft U ( 0,k tribune. HiHii IIIH f i! f ? I l(l 'When It comes to a r,uestlnn of trusllnR IIH ti I tl i ?f'!( oursrlr to thr risks or the rm.l IIH tH (,F II i I Vhen thr thine Is the sharlnR of burdeni, IIH ITS if' r f The limns thr heft of the load IIB M ' " i.'l I In the hour or peril or lrl.il IIH i Jfl Sit ,n 'he hour you mtet as jou ran IIIH S' natfi Ik H 01 nias sifch depend on the wisdom iiH ?1 Jl It'll And skill of tho average mun iiH l il 1 i l 'Tl 'he arraRr man nnd no other IIH & JJ lil ho does his lain dut each la, H ' li if p . Th,. small thluR his wage Is for ilofnc LLH i I . 1 I n the ionimonilicr bit or thr uu H Llhl I 'Tls tho meruKo nun ma lod hloss him lM 'j P Who pilots us still In thr uu H ' il I j I, Over I mil orsra as u trutel B ft'Hll A ' Just the pluln liard acrase man ' Jlfl " ' Ro on thrniiKh the daa or rxlstrmr LLLH HIlBlir i( All mh Rllnir In shallow and si Inr LLH !!S( '' 1 l r mil ount on the err da hern H h I I I f Whom haph Ihe cods mij dMnr Jljjt I i Hut who weora the jrth Rrlmo of his t L it I i And labors and earns as he can 1 ill Jll i And stands at the last with the noblest I Bi i'i ' T,,e commonplace, arriRr man ! 'S i ' Mirgarrt l: HanRster '( j j p A Profitable Morning. t Mrs MelMlle shopplnR placed her j'!. , ! umbrella against the counter, and Si'llkii,' ,3tri " turnlnjr to ko. took up bj mistake not . ! i 1 1 rVJ! ! i hr ow". bt another umhiella that iBMB!, At! if GJ ) I i rested near It illBi nS1 f4-3ii? '!' b'K 50,lr rat-don" broke In an ley Jill 'MiIjWv! A0lr ",,h m"r tha" ' ''It o' sua- iBMBMj, ;!i) 'fsWi Is Melon In It, 'jou nie taklne my uiu- iBMBMBS , .9-yA brrlla" I'LP 4iil . Mih. SIcMHe npolnglzed picked up MH !iY1i ' !j, , lhe mr whlh belonged to her and if t" matle l"r "" 1 ,hff repair depart- '' 4 r i ment, where the werk hefnir shr had 'I i 1 left an timbielU of hrr hushinds nnd j ,U ,i ) nn old one of her own to be repnlied 'f.l ., j rnrrlnH- then In her html she took If, A homeward hound car Hlie nollied In H Ml 1 U " " (rH '"Inxles that n woman opposite f "i iL A iJ ,la" ,l"lnB at her In a quljjlcil wn ,f i. i nni1 gnclnc up san tint It was the t.f I same one shr had apologised to The V I 0) woman caught her ee carried It slg- 1HH ji -If nlncintl) tn the three umbrellis Mrs ! . H f T Jlehllle was MklnR home and said ' ti ! t "I are jou hive had a profitable mnin- f h Ing madam I It I., in Harpei a H j Magazine for August j' 'i i A Strategic Grnlna Gone Bid H , if) j flour nbserxrra or o,Hllrs that , mark ror mllltars greatness will mark (r the rarrei of llnru Trsi with Inlrr- j "t and prrhips with som r.gret that Ml I jA i he haa rrratrd for hlmsrir such clr- )i J l ' rumstanrrs as make hltn the hunted J H 1 1 prey of sheriffs nnd blrnlhounds The J , (" I nttle esmn -fulnois In stiateg and I ,' fearlrtsness In enteriirlse that made the I.llllr forslcnn rise from nbscur- lt ate i rotnlrent In thr harnrter nf i the conlct who single handed for man B i It das has delled the sovcrrlgn Slate nf ' Washington and Its tones standltiR off Ihli puisuer and bringing them Into iltlrulr whllr making himself fenied nnd alas' admired Inexhaustllil fer-tllo fer-tllo In retreating tnctks bililiantlj suc-ressrul suc-ressrul In lnltlntlr nnd ntinik and mnlntilnlng nn admtrnhlr rnnunlas in one cannot but feel that while ir he had found hlnis. ir in tin thiors or the Trench nrnlutlon luuv might hur .elzd tho slorj that nualtrd S'lipnlonn oi ir he had hem hum a Vhglnla gen-tlrman gen-tlrman In thr eighteenth rrnturj he Dimht h ir mail the name or Washington Wash-ington mutt and Inglorious Tito nr. rrthelrss haa ti enter! Mm shabblh If lie eould not ln lld In the times or those urfat captains he mlRht at l-nst have hjd the nppnitunlt of Dilny nnd Pr Wet Instead of bring fonrd to waste his genius on thr desnt alt In a miserable western man hunt In which h plajrrj the part of tho hunted New York Trees. IH i'1 ,J Worse Than the Water Cute LH 'ii A murder hiid been committed in one I i I, nf our fi nithern (tales ssjk Miireu Mlf, Fledd In the' July Atlantic On n nlgM j . i I tinln letmnlng tn the tnpltal of tip i t'itt " state wete a matshil nnd several rh p I R Wi k !u ul"" Word had gonn hefote tha these H ft i A orflrera hail In charge n negro sua- BflHlVjt' ' IMS ! ' ' 'ed "f helng the muidcrer, and ut H'li' ' i ' ' ur statlnna In lesa than fort) miles HHUIfI t' i I1! "s '"any incihs w'.io gulhcroil tn mete HMr in i 1 'y n,lt summaty engcancc tn tho mciely E ill i J Buspertnl hlarlt, roitimately. the ne. HH -i1i! k ''"ii iro wn not on the train Had he been, ,f!if , '. hla llfi w ic not woith the isklng, und Kb . jjfj. i lie would hate been moat fortuutte to find n sprerlj tnd on thr nratrst trre I It tannit be supfrx d that these mobs I were innipnsrd of friends ind kinsmen of thr murdered man I'robably not i one riunrter or them had ever hrnrd I or him jrrlous to the murdrr, and fewer knew him They wrrr not 'orderly 'or-derly bodloa or leading rltlin ' nor I of the elass In which one would usually I find thr upholders of the law but they 1 were, coarse and beastly nnd drunk mad with the terrible blood lust that wild beasts known and hunting a human hu-man prev Take another Instance The burning or Bam Hose took plare on a Hibbath day One nr our rntrrprlslng railroad 1 ran two special tialns to the scene And two trainloads of men and bos crowding from cowratrhrr to the tops or the ii he wri rniin tn go to see the Indescilbahle and sickening torture nnd winning of a fellnu human being And snmenlra or such semes are i sought- knee raps and finger bones nnd bloody me It Is thr purest a-agery. a-agery. Co nnl Prcllmlnirlcs. 8erriin Hay Is rndraiorlng to settle set-tle Informally all the preliminaries In regard to a treaty with Colombia In regard re-gard to a light of wa ror the Pinarni eanal so that when formal negotiations begin Ihej maj he as inj ldl rom-llrted rom-llrted as possible While hr Is attending attend-ing In this ttnrnr Oenrtnl Knox will inestlgnl the riursilon or title In Pails I This promi t artlon In srttle thr dldl-I dldl-I rullira is to right nf wn and title Is an atispklnus piomise us to the dls-pilrh dls-pilrh with whhli thr Administration will exprdltr a grrat national work after af-ter legislation h ( ongress 11 Is not rxiKitrd that serious dltllculty will be met with either In regard tn right of way or the epirstlon of title- The conh-dent conh-dent offer of the I'unama eompany at the teduied pi lee of Jiononnoo affords a presumi lion that the title hn1 been considered xnlbl finm the Trench point or lew and ir an obstacles should irlse the grattrylng responses or thr Kiench Ooiernmrnt to ntllclil Inquiries Horn Washington Is assuramr that rrrj thing possible will be done te re-mor re-mor thotr obtaclrs The countrj will watch with Inteirst Mer step which brings the beginning or construction nrarrr Nrw lork fommrrclal-AiUer-tlser Modern llctolsm. Tor those who lnr cherished In spite or long discouragement the modest hope tint Man will not nlwaja be the Asa hr has been there Ii much comfort In the poem rielleied bj Prof hhnler at th I Mil Heta K'appi dinner In fun-bridge fun-bridge the other day nr week It was not the first time the eminent scientist hid glen proof that he was not only a ioet, but a humanist and on this occasion occa-sion he grappled ngaln with I notion he had assailed before, when he declared de-clared that men Icurn no lrtues In war In other words It Is not rough-rldlng up t-nn Juan hills alone that Is the event of heroism Ilciolsm Itself, If It must bo something spectacular, Is something less than the sublimity that does not wish ot be known from the noble Commonness in which dwells the potentlnllty of all kindness and good-niss good-niss This was the note of that nobler da of such a little while ago but now of seeming remoteness In the retrospect retro-spect rmm these tnm!r times, the note of Kmeraona and Lowells day, and echoed later in Tolstois, and It Is a welcome sound, nfler the trumpets nnd suns Our pool old race struggles slow. Is up from the biute nnd the boy, and tries so hard to become man, that we must be glad nf eciy counsel that lightens nnd not dnrkens him, which eiis nnd sija again to hla stupidity thit only In peace can he be brutest, as onlj In peace cm he be best, which denies de-nies the grosi superstition of something line nnd glorious In tho myriad murder of war W V Howells In Harpers Weekly. Modern Types of Women. The fact l we must build our hopes ror the future upon our box's unchanged un-changed wholesome honest masculln-lt masculln-lt a maseullnlt) which reects the tin-smed tin-smed woman mil creates tot women a stnmlird of gracious and Intelligent gnodi rsa Just as the noim.il woman's demand foi truth and courage and tenderness ten-derness crentes n stn idard for men Sitah treognlzra this stand ird of moral and Intrlleetiial sweetness, though she embodies It In a somewhat tudtmentars form, but Jane will she eer see that good health does not neressnrll) Imply rough sunburnt nrms that good-fellowship does not Inwihe loud oices, or 'lo.'d mouths as the bo call the girls sling that gool sense does not demnnd nil lack of iesere in conersa-Hon? conersa-Hon? Will she cer ncqulre charm? the word that sums up all those qualities quali-ties of heart and head which bring Into the world of toll and sport, nnd busl-nes busl-nes something which wo call loell-niss loell-niss Nobo 1 wants Dora s silliness or use-lessness use-lessness but her fundamental femlnln-lt femlnln-lt Hint the world does wiint, an 1 In-dred In-dred wlllhae for nature can piobably be trusted to make June extinct Surah his long since priceUed what poor little Ion ('nppeittold nexer could line prrrrled that the heart alone Is Idiotic shr knows though she may not talk about It that the head alone Is unlovels nnd unlonblr with these two things In hrr rnslhlr brain Saiah will draw a swift ronrllislnn grirlous-ness grirlous-ness nnd loe and honor the delight of sweet reasonableness mike the Ideal woman the nrr the combination or heart and hrnl whh h Is the perrert human hu-man lire Maigarrt Deland In Harpers llazRr Honors an American. A pali nf meilian women Just re-turned re-turned riom the Philippines brought with Ihein a lair or bea 1-bedecked tiousrrs whkh wrrrnhtalnrd In a rather rath-er Hauling was One or the -women who Ihed mans eirs In snmoa founl that she could enmetse ieadll In Hamnin with one of the Tlllplnn chiefs The chief whom she addressed thiew up his hinds In surprise W hat ' said he 'does the white mallen talk our linguage'' nnd hr pinmptl askrd her the Samoan equivalent tor 'What can I do for j ou Shr told him In her sweetest Samoin how much she nlmlrrd ihr beidwnrk cm their gurnents and how much she would like to bu a piece or It. lo take back to her own countrj ' Vo ' said the chirr with a lorellj wave of the band jou shall not bus jou shall take this as u girt' Wheieupon he iUlikl lemnird hla t minus and handed them oxer with the unblushing grace or a child or nuture San Tran-tlsco Tran-tlsco Argonaut The American Lanfjiiase. Booth Tarklngtnn, the novelist while at the Holland house tecently fell to discussing thr illfferiut fashions or speeeh In the dlffrrent sections of this round! and In Kngland It seems to ine he said thai the Kngllih and Ainerlran language are really coming to be more urd more two different i things In tact is well as in Jtt I 1on t mean so much in dialect In xerl?s' I iiffrrrnres as In Urferences of promi clition It ir- becoming mors and moi f ik in distinguish an englishman fi mi n Westerner Perhaps there will c une a time when xea rem to speak Jiff, it ut languages At an rsle It Is Iw ii a fis inauiig thing tn me to studj ihi different fashions of speech In llnghmd nnd Aineilcn. ind In dlffrrent dlffrr-ent suti ns of this enuntrx In New i-nrland Hi r hlon is so different from Hint in x n for instaiKe In New Lnfci ml i -.e heaid in cixrix place where they belong, and In a good manx xxhere they do not belong, xvhlle in Indiana tho r's' are blurred when-cxer when-cxer possible a trick I loxo, I must conless New Lnglandera are supposetl to br xerj precise In their language, but xe. I orten think, are often qulto as ptecise, or think we ore Sections differ too. In many other xxaya than In language and xxhenexer I come to Nexx York which I try to mike once a year, I alwnya ride uptown In a Hroadway rurfaci car, a vastly more entertaining way nf spending thr time, and xastly moie profitable, than going to the theater the-ater oui real New York doesn t get out at the rtroidwaj thciters It keeps on In the car 'New York Tribune. Balm. After the heat the dew , and th tender touch nf twilight! The unfolding of the few aim stats After thr heat, the dew. Aftrr the Sun tho shale and beatitude nf shadow" Dim aisles for memory mide, And thought Arter the Sun, the shade. Afier all there Is halm. rrom thewlnga or drk there lswarture Or sleep night s infinite psalm And dreams After all there Is balm Virginia Woodward Cloud, In the July Atlantic A Hippy Land for Burglars. FIJI is nn Ideal land for burglars according ac-cording to tho London Express Some little time ago a new x -married couple living In rijl hid their place broken into in-to and some 200 worth of xnlunhle was stolen A little later a xoung fellow was irlleved of f6 In cish Suspicion rested on many people hefote he-fote the nctuil culprits xxere detected, xxhl"h was not unnatural, seeing that the burglirs six In number, were inmates in-mates of the Jail when thr robbery took 1 lacr. it oppnrs thit under the Fijian penal sxstem Imprisonment only tuns during the elnyllght hours At night. If the Jill hlrd has brhaxrd nicely when the sun Is up hr Is allowed to go home to roost or as In the present Instance to conduct new burgling enterprises, unsuspected un-suspected by the police An Ancient Salutation. A good deal his been heard or late of thr attrmpt which Is being nnde In Paris to revive the Old World form of salutation arrordlng lo xvhlch a gentleman gen-tleman did not shake a lid s hand hut kissed It The old custom, which was picturesque and pleasing, has never quite fallen nut of usige as forjn-stance forjn-stance In the case of Victor Hugo the pink of politeness who alwnxa saluted ladles in that was The great poet, or course, could do whit he liked, but prolnbly none of his most ardent admirers ad-mirers ventured tn Imitate thr masters procedure In that respect Now, however, how-ever, we are told that a league his been fnrtritiil fnr the numone of nronncritlner this reniscence or old-fashioned courtesy court-esy We wish It well, foi it is a gient deal prettier than the pumphandle action ac-tion of the modern silutntlon xvhlch has replaced it Some people might even wish to go rurther and to revive the lino old Kngllsh custom which pleised the learned Trasmus so much xxhen he xlslted this countrs, that, nimels, ot saluting a lids upon the lips One may doubt, howexer xvhether twentieth century cen-tury society will consent to Imitate that or the sixteenth to this extent London Graphic. Famous Word Twister. Prof William Archibald Spooner of Oxrord unlxerslts has become famous ns a ludicrous xvord twister. Once, at a special service, seeing some women standing ut thr bark of the church Waiting to br seatrd, ho rushed down tho aisle nnd addressed the ushers as follows 'Gentlemen, gentlemen, sew these ladles Into their sheets " Being nsked at dinner what fruit he xvould have, he promptly replied 'Pigs fleas" This la the xvny In which Dr Spooner proposed to his wife Being one afternoon after-noon at the hone of her father, Bishop Hnrxey Goodwin of Carlisle. Mrs Good, win said Mr. Spuoncr, will sou please, go out Into the garden nnd ask Miss Goodwin If she will come In and make tea'' The proressor. on flnllpg the Soung lad), said ' .Miss Goodwin, jour mother told me to usk sou ir sou xvoulj come In nnd take me "Chicago News So Colds Are Caught. Common ns colds nr, thev cause more deaths In a )ear t linn an) other ailment ail-ment The following bints on the subject sub-ject b) a doctor are worth attention Coming Indoors In chilly xxeather nearly rxrrsbods hastens to the fire with thr rrsult tint thr small blood xrssels In the membranes of the nos nnd upper air passages which hud been romptcssrd by the cold are suddenls re-taxed re-taxed bringing about the condition known ns a chill Almost lnvarlahlj-the lnvarlahlj-the sufferers attribute the disorder to outdoor exposure whereas the extreme and sudden chinges of temperature x the reil secret While walking or working In the ot air the chances of catching cold reduced to a minimum Thr mlschl begins when the motion und exerci slbp abruptly Thr chinge should be made graduall). for nature abhors sud-den sud-den changes 1 he golden rule, therefore there-fore Is to avoid making abrupt tiansl-Hons tiansl-Hons fiom a cold atmosphere to a warm one or xlce xersi That will do more than nnsthlng rlsr to keep away colds and chills Cassrll s Journal Ha Would Wnlt. In the dass when the West was still wild unci wonlis and when Ju Ige Ljneh fieqtienlls nt In plnie of the properly constituted Solomons three wanderers xvere npproarhel on the frontier accused ac-cused nf the most uniorgixnhlr of crimes In thit pirt of thr world horse stealing and sentenced lo he hinged Th'S were rourteousl) given their choice of trrrs the prrslllng offlcrr thinking the) might haxr a srntlmrntnl piererenee In thr mitter Two of the culprits said the) were Indifferent The thirl a Celt point oil to a gooseberry bush and said 'Olll die th assler tlf 01 bez but hung from that " "But tint hush is not strong enough tn hang son on' protrstrd thr ludge Shure Ol m In nn burrs' nlrlls re piled the Celt Just let a wnlt sour-r-r honor till It grows '-Philadelphia Times A Fish Story Tiom India. This happened In Indli A correspondent corre-spondent of the Asian the leading sporting paper of the L'ast Is responsible respon-sible for It "I wis tempting fortune right under n bridge with beiutlful fat worms, when I wis taken hold or I com mrnced to wind In very ciutloiisly but all of n Biidden felt tho resist ince to lie dead weight-no pull no snuggle, no kick no iush nnd set thr strain on the line was tlshs In the extreme And what do xou think I had ciptured? An old boot In which w is a laige eel film-1) film-1) hookrd nnd Insldr thr tor or the boot wrre thit teen fat little eels ' Indictment Against Slang, The last word In slang haa not jet been said and probably will not br until the last slang phrase la coined and that will not be for a long, ling time Meanwhile, the subject affords rhince for delnte like punning I had nn objection to slang said Thomas Clndhourne of San Francisco, at the Manhattan until It began to ruin cer tain passages nf poetry for me. flnl then I objected srilousls III Its essence slang Is but an expression of the sense of metaphor vvhlih Is inherent In us nil nnd hence allied to poeti) Hut slang uevn hits iiKin a beiutlful metaphor ilu.'UK an ugly one achieving humor leio orten by making thn sublime ridiculous ri-diculous There arc probably, no more beautiful phrases to be found In all poetry than those which relate to the human eyes, Heine Trims son, Bossettl nrn full of stirh. phrasos, xvhlch you will at once recall. But I for one cannot read theso beautiful passages now xxlthout Jiavlng pop Into my head that awfully expressive slang phrase, 'Goo goo eyes ' What poetry can resist such a suggestion? When my sister read to her hundas -school class the story of Lot's wife, una one of the small boys whispered to his fellow Itubber neck' there was another beautiful story spoiled forever for him nnd tho rest by slang The list might be estended Indefinitely In-definitely Maculay might have changed a line In tho 'Lass' ha 1 he forseen the song about retiring to the rear nnd being seated, for instance Indeed, slang has much to answer for." New Yotk Tribune. Thanked God for Piofanlty. Among the "old salts In Congress la Senator Perkins of California who shipped befote the mast In the dass of his south Ho still has many xlvtd recollsctlons of his life on the ocean waxo and delights tn tell them to some or his cronies Here Is oiy that concerns con-cerns a storm and a preacher The storm was a trrmrndoiis one, and It looked as If the vessel were doomed to go under. In the mldt of the excitement ex-citement a minister, who was one or ther passengers, asked the captain If he could haxr prayers 'Oh, nexer mind ahout the prasers" said the captain. "The men are svvenr-Ing svvenr-Ing too hirel to stop ror prasers and ns long ns you hear them swearing" added thr captain, there is no danger ' Thr mlnlsler went back to his cabin A little xvhlle later, when the storm grew worse, the preacher went on deck to see what the sailors were doing Then he went hack lo his wife 'Thank God," he said ferventls, 'those sailors are still swearing" Clevclind Vliln Deiler An American Peeragef Not Sir William Vernon Harcourt, not John Mnrley, not Mr Chamberlain, not Mr Gladstone before these three, was the first distinguished Englishman tn decline a peerage But one can scarcels ax-old the Impression that scorn or the House of Lords Is growing among Kngllsh statesmen The reluctance of such men as those we have named to take peerages does not by any means seem to be due altogether to contempt or titles In the abstract More English politicians than Sir William Vernon Harcourt have been willing to take the honors of a baronetcy or of knighthood, hut unwilling to enter the useless and futile House of Lords That Is probably prob-ably the case with Mr Chamberlain Ab to titles, orders and decorntlons themselves, a considerable usefulness mas be conceded to them xxlthout any treason to republican principles Lord Sallsburs s new Order of Merit, for Instance, In-stance, hi likely to ac ompllsh tho purpose pur-pose of putting a number of men xxho really drserxe distinction in a really distinguished list, and estahllshlnir them there In a definite nnd admitted was We sas that in this country we honor our distinguished men according to the honor that they can win and maintain. Perhaps In the long run we do: and any other order or merit than the one of general esteem Is Impracticable Impracti-cable w Ith us Nevertheless, mans peo-pie peo-pie must feet that, when everx blackguard black-guard has unprecedented facilities for consigning any distinguished person to Infamy, of blackening and shrinking his fame.lt would bea true adxantage if xxo could haxe some formal classification of persons of high distinction a definite marking of them, so to speak, that would be something outwardly conciliate concili-ate at lest. A public acknowledgment of this sort might hc-lp to compensate men and xvomen. xvho haxe made sacrifices sacri-fices for tho public good, for some of the attacks that haxe been made upon trem simply because they are eminent. Harper a Weekly. The Prisoner. Sii'i? Jh'..m"n w.h0' '"trred far away. Shall hear these voices and mi) not obes . Hear the pines whisper und the cleif streams siy. ' Come back to us, on the free mountain- Where. th); heait It. there let thy teet Nexer may he, a slave to dut), reap A pure content xvho hears, In wiklng The rufreei gmuse drumming In the shad-The shad-The lean or trout and hearing may not go Hack tij the hills thit haxo bewitched him Never may he, though lover true and tried . He suro of perfect peace beside his brldo Who ditches In his loves s ocs, opened The tint 'or some well-loved, remembered pool That lies deep-hldden In the) forest cool. Woe to the man who wallrd all about Ma) hear these xolces calling from with- Hear the pines singing and the torrents shout 'Come back to us, on the wild mountain- Where th)ti heart is, there let thy rest 3. P L)nn In the July Century In Somewhat of a Hurry. Harry Turnlss tells of a testy but popular Scotch lecturer xxho. on a tour of the Lowlands met with a chirman so Impressed with thr Importance of his office that, In Introducing the -visitor he artuill) talked Jo the nudlencr for nn hour. The gathering a lurge one, bore It all patlentls. This was the chuirman s peroration. ' It Is unnecessary for me to say more, so, I call upon the distinguished gentle, man xvho has come so far to give us his address tonight " The gentleman who had come so far arose, stepped forwarl, howed, pulled out and looked at his watch, and then said ' You want ms address It Is 322 Bob Boy Crescent Tdlnburg A letter will find me thcie Good night'" Salnc which he left the stage and the hall before onvbody could Interpose Inter-pose Philadelphia Times. New Apartments for Women. The latest varlet) In flat-hulldlng has been Introduced with n xlew to housing In greater comfort thr lone women whn are looking ror the protection that comes with s complete expulsion or men rrom the place nf their abode. The new buildings are quite like ordinary housekeeping npirtmrnt bouses snvr that no men are admitted as tenants nnd certain other fentuies r,rr Intro, dueed ns a result of this rulr Thrrr Is a Urgr drawing r.oom for the accommodation accom-modation or the tenants nnd here they may receive their guests whom they do not care to inxlto to their apartments apart-ments Another Innoxation In the building or npirtments here is thr combination of the npnrtment hnirl and thr ordinary house-keeping apartments. The apartment apart-ment hotel has become such a popular way of living In this clt) that landlords found It more illilicult to rent house, keeping apartments than It had rvrr been before So many of them were driven to offering both kinds nf apartments apart-ments to tenants New York Sun The Amerlcnn Invader. The Emptroi William is a realist among statesmen He frankly ireog. nlzes por, whether It presents It-self It-self to hlin In the form of a pedigree or a check. book With Cecil Rhodes he met as with a fellow monirih, he scandalized his own nohllltv b) ink Ing the rich ship owner, Herr rtallln oft with him on his private )icht, so why should he not receive Mr .Morgan .Mor-gan t Berlin with the honors usuall) men id foi ro)iit)7 That gentle min's countrymen luxe w itchci his Iluropean progress with mixed rmo tlons The kow towing, oi else the panic, which has marked his descent em various foreign shores stirs their sense nf the tllleulnus If It nlso Hatters Hat-ters their nstlonnl pilde If they could only forget their nun frightened hilcks about him In )S91 they eould laugh quite heartily nt thr ngltuted foreigners foreign-ers who are in such u state of dread lest he buy up nil their property, at three or four times xxhat it Is worth This American invader must teitainl) seem a new type of western demociacs to the rosnltles who entertain him Instead In-stead of clapping taesars self uion the back and calling him ' Old Hoss ' the new style of ' strong-limbed Goth from over the seas takes his Imperial attentions as the most natural thing In the world nnd returns from Sans Soucl to cat with the utmost sang frold his Salado Steel Trust " But we observe that the Herman prers Is agog with wonder whot coup Mr Morgan Mor-gan will spring next New York Lven-Insr Lven-Insr Post Is This a Typical Olrlf ' Girls are a queer lot " said a bachelor bache-lor thr other da) "A stunning young woman I know said she 'Just hated Mr So-anil-So " 'Wh) ?' said I " Because he ulwass wants to kiss me and I consider that an Insult Funn) Isntlf But that girl would be pretty unhappy If no ,one exer wanted to kiss her I think shed feel prett) much as 1 know I should If, when I walk on the avenue, no cabman cab-man held up his hand with a 'rnb sir" I tell S'ou a fellow Is still on the snre side of the seedy line so long as he has that recognition 'New 101k Mall nnd Express. New York's Sky-Line Improving. Verestrhogln thr artist xxho Is painting paint-ing a large picture of the bittle of San turn hill xvlth Prrsldent lloosexelt as the cential figure, was vers much depressed oxer New York s sky line xxhen he xlslted the metropolis fifteen Searn ago He said tint the occasloml sk)criper xvas a pxlnful bbt on the landscape that It mide thr sky llnr one terrible thing to behold The other da) arter long contemplation or It and the scores of big buildings which loid down the Islnnd of Manhattan he Is said to have turned to a friend and remarked 'Really' (a pmse) 'It begins to be grand "San Tranclscn Argonaut. Then He Ilemembered It. "I suppose, deacon, that )ou feel a little ping of rrgiet oxer the news that the Moulin Rouge Is no more-" Who mr? Wh) should I regret It" "What' Of course sou were there' W here' ' "At the Moulin Rouge" "Nexer heard of It " ' Whit! Nexer heard of the Moulin Rouge?' "Hush-h-h' Whit do sou want to keep a-selllng that for" "Say, sou needn t be afraid I Just siw sour wife go out of the side door " Oh did she' Poor old Moulin' Its got to go rh? Do I icmember If Sis I xvas there evers evening during our stay In Paris' 'Cleveland Pliln Dealer. Deal-er. Pleased Both. The cindldnte was addressing an assemblage as-semblage of voters when some one asked him If he would vote ror a certain cer-tain measure which xvns dividing pub-lie pub-lie opinion at that time "I xxill ' leplled the speaker, and bcrore he could proceed further the advocates of the measure burst rorth In tumultuous applause W hen It had subsided he continued, "not" Then It was time fur the opposition to shriek their approval, and thes did so with deafening sells of derision nt those who had rejoiced too soon, icmember-lug icmember-lug thnt he who laughs last luughs longest Then the second outburst xvns quiet-ed quiet-ed and the wily candidate continued, answer that question" Theie wits no one left to luugh or applaud then ror the entire audience had fooled Itself by too speedy approval ap-proval and so great was the respect that this clcxei ruse commanded among the otcrs that they concluded that he was a prctts good man to represent them, and registered heir xotes in his fax or on election dis. Cassells Journal, Always a Market for Chairs. During a recent meeting In Alexan-der Alexan-der hall at Princeton unlxerslts. at which the majority of the facult) were present the Ilex Dr Henrs Van Dske sold that the discussion icmlnded him of a story which he hid Just heard "A soung college woman went to spend her Luster vocation with nn old uncle In a town In northern Vermont where he owned a modest chnlr factors fac-tors Soon after her airlvul her good old uncle took her thiough hla plant Thr gill brlght-rscd und nlrrt noticing notic-ing a large number or finished chairs stored In evers corner of the fuctors evidently an uccumulutlon of old stock, ext lulmcd ' 'But, uncle do sou ever expect to get rid of oil these old chairs? " 'Yes, I reckon 1 II sell all them chairs eisy nough Scttln' nln t goln' out o' fishlon nohow leplled the old man quletls "New ork Times We Are Healthier Now. A branch of the census of non s the vital statistics department xxhlch whs Intended to show the ordinary conditions condi-tions of health in xuilous localities It has for the general reading public the merit of showing the advance In medl-cal medl-cal science In the I'nlted stutes dining a period of ten srius the. number or druths being taken on the bisls nf 100 COO of population In the two scara or ISM) and 1100 It) these tlgures It Is shown that medical med-ical science has made marked iidwinies In thr ITnltrd Kliitrs The most eon-splcuous eon-splcuous or thrse prihups Is In the case of diphtheria which since the use of nntitoxln, shows a dec lease in thr death rate of from TO per 100 000 to 35 one-hitir In cioup thr irductlon In the death ratr Is from 27 ffi to 0 8 prr lnoooo n t)phold fever rrom lb to 33 In ill ir-rhoeal ir-rhoeal disease rrom S4 to I'i hraln dis enses frnm 30 to 12 bronchitis from 74 to 4 eholeri Infantum Horn 71 to 47 milarlal fever from 10 to k whooping whoop-ing cough riom 15 tn rnnvulslons Horn rr, to 13 and sun let fever fiom 13 tn H On the other hand thrrr aie ns thn flgurrs show some ailments which hue Incrrnsrd notvvlthstnndlng thr exercise exer-cise nf Increasing medical skill Appendicitis Ap-pendicitis nut npnrntrly letortrd In 1810 showed n ilcuth rntr In 1100 nf 10, cancer Inrrrasc 1 from 17 tn fo upo plrx) frnm 10 to fi, ill ll rtrs Onm fi tn 9, nnd kldnr) disease Horn W to lil Mans or these rhingrs nrr nscrihed to dunged conditions or life, diet and mental urtlvlts which nrr not within the pnvvrr of mr Ileal silrnre to con-tlol, con-tlol, hut the conclusion based on all the figures Is thnt thr general hrnlth or thr people of the country Is Improving, Improv-ing, as Is rvldrnerd by thr fin t that thr druths fiom old agr 41 prr 1000)6 In 1S10 wrre N In 1000 New York Sun Hydiophobla Scares. There is no special h)drophohli sea-son sea-son In the hot months dogs suffer fiom Intense heut and are lliblr to lint stroke especlill) ir thr) air un-able un-able to ohtuln nutei No doubt the so-oiled so-oiled rabid dogs air often the xlulms of other disorders but the germs of rabbles irr no more nctlvr nnd general gen-eral In summer than In wlntei though the fact bus liern presented to tho public lepeiledl) ever) clog which Is not plnlnl) In good health In Inly and August la pursued to Its death b) police and public It l almost certain that the popular fallacies about mad 'logs and hydro-phohlu hydro-phohlu have killed more persons than Ins hsdrnphohla Itsrir Talrl) sensible persons when bitten ley a terns dog orten become puilo stilckcn mil ilk In neat n(,ony after exhibiting many nf thr Hlleged ssmptoms of hyilnii holila although the dog in em Ii run. ,. have bee n fire of inhles A tsplral In-8tuucci In-8tuucci was that of u Chliiign worn in whose malady was dliirnosed by two doctors ns hsdrophoblu Aftrr her death the dog xvhl h hit her w is hunt, ed up and xvab found lo be entirely well Intelligent people In every community com-munity should stoutly combat every mad dog- scare Instead of having an alleged mad dog shot they should shut him up until It shall be detei mined whether he has rabies This xvould often secure persons xvho may haxe been bitten against death from fright Philadelphia Record Some Printing Telegraphs. Theie are thtee big modern printing telegraph s)atems, each with Its special field of usefulness The saving that they are destined lo effect In telegraph wires la enormous They do more than double nnd In some cases more than treble as much work as the quadiuplex oxer the "same wire In other words, the) make one wire do as much as two. oi three are now doing They will therefore there-fore save tfionoo to J70 000 on n single circuit between New York and Chicago, and elmllarl) In pioportlon to the dis-tahce dis-tahce between other larre centers of ropulatlon Whether they will save much labor seems to be doubtful but the work required will be much less si Mlful and not hardl) so exhausting ies are all excessively complicated id they enat several thousand dollars ter set tn construct Hence they are onl) available ror service between large cities where there Is sufficient volume or telegraph business to make It worth while employing them Ever) bods s Magazine Canada's Game Fields. To one who knows what the vast soil-tudes soil-tudes of Northern Canada realls mean the dread of game extermination seems rather uncalled for The latest census of Labrador gives It a population of one man to everx thlrts fixe square miles' ThlR can hirdls be cilled nn inconvenient inconveni-ent crowding There are almost as many persons In a single East Side New ork block is there are In the xx hole of Libndor Whs should game become extinct In this region? I must confess I can sre no reason whs the caribou and th bear nnd the other animals ani-mals should not live out their lives Just as the) have always done The numbers num-bers killed b) man must surel) be quite Inslgnlllennt The sime conditions ob-tain ob-tain In northern Ontario, tho greater part of the Northwest Territories nnd a ver) large pait nf British Columbia. The date Is far distant when there xxlll not be sufficient gime and to spire for the sportsman who Is content to take thr bitter with the sweet nnd to leave behind the liixurlousneFS of Ihr fashionable fashion-able resort From 'New Tirlds for Sportsmen," In Jul) Outing Fasting for Health's Sake, Wr all eat more than we require, nnd this dall) repeited superfluity lends to stodglness In a moro primitive state of society meals were more regular and the amount of food tallied more with the effort expended In obtaining it Now wr eat because it is meal time, too mnii) of us eit not bs rule but to to-pletlon, to-pletlon, xvhilo probably all nf us cat again before we arc reall) hungrv Day after day a little more Is taken tlnn Is used and this excess rather disturbs the liver or teases the stomach, or, circulating cir-culating In a loperplastlc blood leads to torpor, or sometimes Is put b) -out of harm's wn) for the time hut much to the distress of the pitlent Inter on In the form of fat. Thus we never haxe an opportunity or striking a pioper lnl-nnce lnl-nnce between Intnke and output unless we follow the wise maxims or the curch and fast once a week, not meiely abstaining from the more toothsome delicacies, but fasting honestly, even to emptiness and discomfort London Hospital. In Haunted Ways. In haunted ways l set my feet, When piles the wistful after-glow; The ghostly resrncr is so sweet, No lightest fear my heart may know, The sIkIi of darksome boughs 1 he ir Our spell the whispering leaves repeat. One only voice. In all I hear. One onl) tace I nieetl In haunted xvavs I set my leet. By da. by night vx here er 1 range; The ghostly presence Is so sweet. My heart, rorsooth, desires no change! Clear rings the thrush s matin call The wakening e)es or flowers I greet, One only race I meet! In haunted wass I set my reet, Wheroer I ro where er I go The in)stlc thrall loin Is complete; And )et it was not nlna)s so I onl) loved since )ester-)ear Then tlrst ms hnrt did trul) heitl Since then one only voicn 1 hear, One onl) race I meet -LUith Thomas In Harpers Bazar. Business Honor, There never wua a time xxhen hus-Inesa hus-Inesa honor xxns so high na now, the whole commercial rabrlc Is based upon It Whether the moral sense haa hern quickened or experience has taught that honesty Is thr best policy matters not the fact unialns that In business n mini must be honest nnd hnnoiable, dishonest dealing is fatal Dishonest) certainly exists as It always xxlll exist until man's inturo chinges It is no noxelt) foi long ago It xvns arserted that ex cry mm has his price But there Is proportionate!) less now than ever helore Ours Is nn age or com-merer, com-merer, un age or devotion to materlil things but Hint devotion hns nnne of grossness nor Is It In any sense Inconsistent Incon-sistent with a Just devotion to higher things Thus fni thr argument has been lirgel) negative, nn effort tn show that this age Is not worse, but poxslllly brtter than Its pirdrcrssors The pew. IHvr argument remains to show thnt, because of commercialism this nge, on the whole is vastl) better thin Its predecessors Popular Science Monthly. All Right, After That. Julius II Wyman, a )oung corporation corpora-tion nttorney nf Baltimore has so much thr oppeai ince of a minister or the nosiel that at the numerous conventions con-ventions hr is called to attend he Is In variably asked to offer the opening prayer Only once did his rlrrlenl ap. prarance thiraten tn 'debnr' him The antlpithy thnt the phllinthro-pist phllinthro-pist Olrard hndMo thr ministerial pin rrsslon Is wrll known nnd memheis of that holy calling mr rvrn now cxiluil rl from the unlvrrplt) that hrurs his name A shnrt Hmr ago Mr W'sman xlslted thr college He was met it thr door by thr gunrdlin who, supposing him tn be a piraiher said No mlnlsleis ullnwrd sir" The soung law) n suiprlsed grabbrd him by tl-i arm ami i rlrd "Who In thr h said I was ii prrnchrr" Walk right in sir, walk right In." was Ihr unnd nature I remark of the dooikerper who nulled a In ond, upolo-e,ctlc upolo-e,ctlc t-nille New York 'I lines Socl'ty Women Smoke. English women or rxcellent position have developed n habit or smoking, nt the most exclusive and expensive res-tnuiiints res-tnuiiints nftei n manner that would eiiliilnlS inlse the winning ghosts of ihrh long ile id nnteslois did such things ns ghoits exist lo see. a matronly dowager with a dlar ond tl ira drlleatel) poised on hrr ex ntl) colffuiril hrud holding a rli ette between hrr Jrwrll llngern nnd pulling douds or smoke Into the race nf whorver shr may happen to be, miking tn la Interesting und possibly Instimtlve-New Jork Mall , J; pieis Orowth of Trees Retarded. Hitherto the stunted trees und shrubs of he lipanese hive been the wonder and envy of gardenein the world over But a German chemist now eomes along nnd does som, thing which even ihr liipmose eould not bo expected to He haa pirpared n fluid that hns the i".Y'. "" nJ',,"' l"' 'he tissues nf hi..,. J "" r"nT' "f nncmliotlJliiB lie nut ,s a rrsu It nf the. Injection he plant does t tllo but Wops grow.' Ing milniulnl.iR Its flesh g ,en iiti- 'Xsu'sprndrd1' "" ",a"ty " ',"1'a'- t Ii mge in teniperntuie seem In no. wise in ufi.ct the foliage, for the plJnt blooms In the onenliT"55 most catefully , ri "" U j.t As might be expe ?,'a Vli Ktt orthenuldl,shr0udtdue mystery.-Ca.seil, "Souths & Dynamics of Coffrti, The amount of lnfr'"l coughing I, very conS 'Ji! one of the patient m.,?1 b whom German) ', rc,n,Ba'lUeU? culateel that patient "JP W. every quarter of an hou?0, expends energy eauivi..:orlai of heat which 1 rilay b." Si equivalent to the nJ,!,, ?"lli talned In three eggs"r?.ur,1',1'wt milk In normal'p", "i expelled from the cheit i, "J1 i foul feet per s ond Ul th h len. coughing . mSjjftjM. of 300 feet London M "i?,?