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II iffllll Ml M f I HHHT ' JiSLt t i Jl Protection for Immigiant Girls HHVliiljratlH Hurlm. Ikv.ai n. nl ftfl" com b M'RlSili ink from tvvinls to .minims were HHHa ll'l lrMii " "nt 'i""11"" nt ,he 'mmlrnn mBb it. 6 Sf ,ri!" " " "' "" H"11"1 New ynrk HHH 'fnfwlnlrtl ' "r'mQ rWl h"v brM lnma"', f 4 HsW HIJSl "" "'' " "gnn Th' hom MBB i 'Iflin H 3 Ll ) Mm Mm. si xeluslvcly to Prot-s- JJftS It t ' wunet lo Unman Catholic HHl i tUKl ' J ll nil bani.1 i similar InnlHuttnn of HHHt 1 i i i 1. n n mi I J.ut while Iho home f fj 'ii, , lljj i ,, nagr I l.S Methnllets It Is Pihc-BH Pihc-BH " "J '111 I mi'" iu.mlt.itmn it in It work-BBlH work-BBlH " fl.lil nnl i.iis moi itii.n mm ln N ,(J fi , ,, , jro ii Ih. need Unman BBltrf' is, ill i ill Rlil We do not preach to HHfli1 J'tSlf ci Hi" HllMiHMiuthirilly H J!k ''i L kIi iiU u lo llvi rightly before l.Mb 7 i i I fiii i in I Hum with an at-BBC'. at-BBC'. Sift' ! hei -f .h.eifiiln . ami purity. 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HuiMenl Hie onni mr WI 8Ss l I" a.hei till niiin iff alnrplim him on M-ivU li'iia the HliniiliUr and on itunlnK iiiiinil he V;' ? iFflril M n nu anil mniprtthellr . .1. r Hi Vl! (BfU:: vho lemink. 1 "not man, dltin i Ll : 'Uh ink llaae nui. kle to heit ellmayli.e .:, I M ll M ltt.i nxt lime I'earaon a LVfla 111 ''i 1 f i ' ',kl H(j ' ( ( Tlio llnmy Long Ago. i l U ' Ji, i They tell ll ol lilt- M.Kid Old llme- '? 'lit1 I Hie happy Inn bko- I' f 4 2 i i Al ti.. world todnv la tilled i il TJ With noihtiiK much hut woe) ' i i J -d 21 ''k In th. l.lUtiil Icely daya. J Yi'nilt i When all Ihlimr wire ao-nlee. ' ?! 5 if1 r" I.', mm u ncoi t rumliled, and rrJKIII The peopl. ha? . VIMjI l1!1i ' k "nrk In the hnppy happy daya HBB Ul I HJI J 4 "hen p.. .pie uete KO 1 leet, Kh ' Wh.n lit. n worlh lh- lUIng, and VC '! r I '. II" wrld aa nt lie l.-.l HBB i I I ft Jfl', II n dliln I turn the fanceta on !.! I .'' 5 "h.n Ih. Mint home at night 'Il I'VT t I ""I Ilimm a we plunge Into till if iVhil A" """""" "n" " i HBfl ii i' ! i, . f I The Rood oil daa the (air old daya, fl (HH 1 V I I n littnlllRB had been made J1 l 1 ! Ho I It mu-t lime Iweli "hen 11 1! iM. i, 1 Was nln.l In the nhude, BBH H h ll I To Hit l.rel l. a wludiw where l,t , ,fii I , The mm ik ahlnliig through HBfl Jr I, X " While fiom iiiibi tinkled mrena the dut l J ;' '' ll In rhclJiiR Mluniea hleu' HBa 4. Jh.f ii J -.Mi' liapp dn( long pifl t V , ' , I ' window mi.eiiB hid l.-en deled f Jl ll IM H . k. p the lllea awn). bbH v? i J- 5. . ."Ill When piopl. al.pt nn .nrded lwda A ''i(' nd lin.l th.lrMelnna ran HBI I i" U py While Kind m..i..Ult.-s tnnk their llll- ' rT.,1' "Inn huppln a wan there1 i I I 't!l -S 11 Kleer in t hl.ago Iteeord-lleraM ( 1, H W ..I i , It. Tlio rterpont AIorRnn of Jnptn BBb - i Th cxnll nt Ilamn Shlbuaiiwii oft- tM , en nllu led to na ' the PI, rpnnt MorKiut B F ifl ' 1 "r J"'"" inuleil a hlhl fdMiruhl.. I' ( liiinr. eelon In Ihia countrv dnrlim hla I 1 I f ' .. re nn Mult roefeaalng a plnnloKnom:. HW ! I I "h h liarrltiK nn Aaintlr tint and n HHn l( AtLl til rr wn of hnlr of nn-Cuioptnn atralKln- I 'll IB i 13 4 ! H l"'1"' I'li'kn.aa in, I dneneaa mUht HHM I! Ii M 11 1,1V ,H'" """ "( " ITOBpeioiiip eldrl HH K'bT 1 Hi Inuker or American Hngllali orPiot- HBai t. IF , II ""h natlnnnllt unit n mine and aagn- HBa it? '(?. I . 1) elotta flnamlnl benilna lie eprtad I'JllJ i It erwh.re the wonil.M- how the lap- HH M .'. , Jl limn .ould ,i knon hae HBalmlluti d 1 'fh ' A j X themeelvea to Wertern nam Ale we w!VirtnJ t '& 'u p J-tiiet that flnnnilera huto 1 2)idAll I I ""' look"' eipenilall) alike In all roiln- HbH iSlli SSfliini (I lrlr!1 ""' 'IK'1'' Inns hiiata nnl nt.i- HbH Vl(r,'l i i tKitlea nf pioinlnent eld il) , HIzimih J ,a?Ma jl IniM' Ixen dug tip In 0iee.e nnd lloim, BH 1 '1 V nn'' ""' " ir "e" ln milHeiima todty Hi hM ' )i 1 w,lns tnien eltnnBly MugRet .loan and HbHFiiiIc ll ""' '"" r ditloita nttentlon In Hnan- 1,'i Jji'lJ ' '"' PK'l.willonaiif eome aort and tin lii'liM t. i ' ",k '""' ''k' "ur hnukera Time la Hi ll ' l I tiolhliiR new uii.l. r the ami or llname fl t-ll f I ii l Ihe a tie of the Piopoeltlone the H ' ,!, A . Ilminrliia nn I their waa an . temall) BBI tit ' it. ' "' tne Huron Hhltniaitna ta an ex- I dl i i F "''"t 'll" " u" Mncl Ilia nil mi i - 1 iH I f """ """' l",M,,'f ete not the well- BH Ml N H nsHlinlliiteil Inpanere Imr iib men aeen J f t V (lull pi. out atreeta who look ua If PVW l' I i K' P "'. ) lure lv.rn In Ruropean ilolh.n fe7l it i '""' "hn '""e auliailtuted ihe New jj 1 1 t3 "Sork fi'lKl xprraelnn for the lilnnd bUB & ll I J"1 "ie amlle They were for aoine f , i 1 t i on rial Jnpanen m. icl.v inaaiiiei- 8 j T (i Hug In W.el rn dteaa In the sioup 9 i J of Plint.igi i ha v hlch the umlaMy j f ,; i !' T mitt. 1 to hi take rnr Hie pnpi ra f J 1 4 the nwkwntdl liendlng ktuea look na H l "J H If the wete i.tiehlim out for tho kindly j I I , Pi ii 'lion or Mow. ting tobea llutpert !; '! "K1 H i '''j ;j! Neither Was the Barber. J ' A I ; ' Tniti' K.ahiooke like nenrl all ne. J 'i I i t. ih la lii i In hohlt or ehnlnK hlmaeir I I v f He iii unevpe. Iill d' mined fnun H t. Ii line ir.w duja ho and r. eiina; .Hint 1 I , ) If lull. I il ahuvi lat.i, gnllnj to MB I tli t'liolno f n th. p. i r inneo. he ) ,i . w ut Into ttie imrhera xhop it the MB ' I '31 irlhori.UMh VII the .hit Ira vein ue- MMj' , 1 ' tin i 1 hut ii MM ' , i "' " L" '"" k In u few mfitnetii." , fr , il "''I "he if I Ik hurl.eia. leferrlng to if' 'flit, 'i th ih". ill tai.ilnl iiiltxt HS 'JKiSSa. ,4 - .l "k, tk off hi. .oal ..ml col- litJrfT ft lnl "'"' t'"'u" l'"-ln "I' nnd down I MM lli 1 1 a 'I f "" ""'"' '" ''' ' PKUllar nernuN I MB A '' T i T ' " M" v( ,s v " moin-ata luter B W( I I i " '" llusllh .niind the nhop tonk off MM, ili' i ' ,i ' s ""'' ' "" "nd tutiitng In Boa- I Hi)' J Hf i In . if inl.l i j( M.f ' )"ti lenily foi liualneca' 1 J1 t 1 1. mk. i. piled Ihma whit Im i H lif, vni ng foi mid walked inunl i. ' a i' i , m ' ' ,"ll, 'r'"" '""' " "i hi MH 1 I W nn and both r.iuh. I opi wii I -, HH I' ll i'l lii "r 'M ,h"" "' llu "ii" .ml BB I'll! " M h ' read) tnouiii.. It Bn , ! itlfill . Nh "'"" "" Ihe h rb. nail MH ,! " iMIl tli traugri I MH J j' ft ' """ tetilled t btoot "Aihii t Bn liuf .' ill i- loud Inuihtei of th. ..tli.ro. u MB! ' Wi ' V a of the liatbera !, . . I Mil ' l ll! lii to the iiimidy aitnti N w I H' a , Mjj i Tlmea HN I i I I The Now Veitemar. WJl I1'!. j1 Tl time hiK now tome to Intro lu . Ml' t?l! T "' W.'terne" for lie mi ,oin Uil HH I If i 1 M' North and to the Hnutli an I h. Mai ' '! Z 4 e ti v 1 intailf lu the glRiinili tu I, if Bn L ' Siluf ; ' ' "lw lh old, wanton W.c M VJ iJWrjK ' " '""' ,ln nlun he ran fi,,m Bi li) i JiN i r. cK The new man- call him BW if' Jl h ' ' ' nr faint"' -haa rmX iiiidd ait I Ml' M c fi'8 r i rt '" koiu. " etlona he haa been at Hit , iU'lf l V k f t ,ai(i In paila of Texan !'f S't HI ' I. lap I ., I In nr Hu-I I'l , ! f I - ' -n me ..rlj fo Wi" v' I ft'1 ia Ik i J'i-,1 .uinin0 . Si-1 ' ' Iffw (' Eail HMtoBMJHMMMJMMMJMMMMMjnMM lot h" hni. bun strong enough omy will In th. Inn few yeara tn exei I anv li 1 1 tilde Inlluente No evolittlonaty rhang. e are ever aharply deflnid ad-vnnr.meiit ad-vnnr.meiit la the renult of man lne til. nhlt overlapping InlHteneea The l.uiTalo-huntei overlapped the cowboy the cow hoy nverlapa the aheepninn an I the goatmin arid nil three hav nvei-Inpped nvei-Inpped the new runt her. The miner ha alwnh been presem. Jack the owbov la Htlll powerful nn the rnnge tnguher with the old rareleea lire he fpreaenta en well hut lie ha had hla lllng the time la near when he will ehnot up a town nr rope a ennalable for the Inal time And the man who follows him la (pillc a different person -not ao plilureanue by a Inng way not ao cnreleenly tree a person whom Tnck deoplaea with nil his big wnrm foollah henrt and dtenda wllh all his unprar thai head Tor Mr llrnwn Is from Kmsas or la It Wlsionalnr' i practical ttnpoetlc ninn who wtaia auspendeia and n ih rhy hat hnae rear pocket bulges to no alx-ahnntt r He la whnllv without resrct for the range boundaries ael by honorable custom, he looka up his rlghta In n calfskin law hook and acts down his expenditures In a small rel hook so that In nn tell nt the etui of the jear how much hi h is nnde or lost One of hN ihhf wnpnns Is the barbed-wile fence, whli h hi string ruthlessly along Ihe rivers or around Ida lease, I H.hool Innd where tattle nine rfmtneil rice. Kill him and lie dnnt with II. tint next dnv minis .Jr Smith from fihlo and with Mr lohn Dm or Una-ton, Una-ton, doing the same dcaplcnble things, nn Jin k mih them Ih there tin end of them? nd killing uufortunati.ly, Whit Is to be dune with men who won I light ' Twu Week's Summer Vacation, l.iist breathed in on railroad lib I.? Aterage number of hours sleep per uUht . I Number nf miles dam eil fi ion or n. elv-lndi troul t Number i.r eiiiiiire m til fi 111 l.n s . .. ti. old. r hlte ... nff, b .re at bed . H times ',.l''."l,n.,.l!"l,''l t None Hotel l.lll ' ., jitm ; v Total number ..r shlrlwnlsts enamtned il At I illeliinie i, V rv i lose lo It 8n,wil 2 (loir hale, tnsl J Oin , m.iirein. nt ring ttntal Insai m Minilur or we.ka reiuperatlng .. Tnm Masaim in August Riuirt Set How He Got IIIj Nlckmn o. Most peraims, sns the lluillngton llawkie. have an Idfa that Heat Ail-' Ail-' mlial nol.ley ti Rnna inquired hli iihknnme I'lghllng Hob fiom some Killani service In the nm A naval "fiber who was a cadet at Ann ipolla tells this stoty or how he mine to he thus i hrlsti tied Along In Wi iiml 1M0 then was ii auloon k. -pi r nnuiirl Itolxrt I) Uv ins who coutiniinlly got drunk livery time this bnpp nel mil II was seven! tlmea ii wiek nv. or six lireinn Ind to lie a led lo carrj the drunken chop t Jail and hi wna ilubb.d righting linn Nn the minute a cadet nppeated beating the nume II n Kvnns tho nickname wna npplled lo hint Dtother oriliera of tin tear ndmlral s.tj that he got the luckiest nit Miami on teu-nrd, teu-nrd, ' Files nml tho Adminlstrntion. The piesent administration la op-loeed op-loeed tn Hies and la lighting them through llu IeMitment uf AMlcultuie I'l llowanl ihltf of the Division of l.iitomology Is the guiem! directing Ihe cnmimlgn whkh Is Ixlng l rnse-culed rnse-culed nl pieaeut ihlelly hj the distil-billion distil-billion of luiini hit tr telling about till sorts of lllea tlielt various habits and dangtroiiH ttoi.nsltles I'm (lie bet-let bet-let etulj of tlain jm M te, , aught In kltclietia and dining n nine in nil puita of the inuiitiy and put nn trial Of thfse 'is per cent were common house Hits The house ily doe. not Idle nor sing The gteatest danget ftiun him nilees fiom his negleit to wipe Ids feet He will trump over flllb anil inr,c ted mantlet and stralghtwas track his a, i umulntlon nvei nn thing Ihut nnj near bj ranillj tna be having hav-ing for dinner It is tasler to discourage discour-age Ilka altogether than to teach them latter habits t'.tneial Kntomologlst Ilownrd talks of n wai to exterinlnu-tloit exterinlnu-tloit but the first nnd most ttactlcable thing to do Is to ten, h i eople In gen-eial gen-eial as much na ixuudhlc nbnut lllea when nnd wh.te tlicj breed nnd vvh thev ate daiih, tons It Is will known that atahha ate gr.at nurseries nf llles It seem. hnp. less to attempt to regulate regu-late stables so that Hie. wont breed In I In in but a i. no, I deal inn be dune b Ihe use of knowlidgo and of sense nnd white stiibha me so placed thnt their lllea nie inn Hi uliiilj annoying the use nf chloride of lime will help matters mat-ters very mm It Ihe gteat tentral It nth about III. a nnd the danget from them seems In he the cleaner Ihe place Ihe few.F tiler nnd the leas danger from, those thut are there roinmon lllea do not s. ciete olson. thoi merelj rnrrv It Pont leave nnj poison a round where thej inn gel nt It llurs filth. k.ep raibnge In pinpu rereptndea an I remove It piomptlv Harper a Weekly Would Tix Kisses. Ortnln legislator ,i. 1'iHnie are talking talk-ing of Imposing aevenil ntw t ixrs and a political opponent suggests that thev put kisses on I In schedule of the ut-tlilca ut-tlilca tn ie taxed A statlstlilnn he points nut lias ral-rulnti ral-rulnti I that 7IV1 in; kisses are given In Kitinre tverj da and If theje tig. urcs ate correi t the national tieaa-tir) tieaa-tir) would ret tlve a large amount un-nuallv un-nuallv even though mill n .mall ta was Im.ooiad on every kisser 11" i hill is honiver that clill.lien vtlio kiss Hull mother should be xrml rum tiixailnu nnd thut ten tlmau the oidlnar ta should la Imposed on men who kiss ma it led wnnieSt The Study of Earthquakes.1 In n papir on dirthnuakes and vol mnois In tin AitKuai '. ntnri Mi James P Kimp ptnf.uoi of geology In t nlumhln unlteisliv utiles us fnl lows nr this ptngreaslvu depart mem of .. It m e Karthiiuokis com. aud ie'tly, and teu Ie rn apt to be wi Bltuted as lu p ,oot obsetvera TH.y an ulao unable un-able tr, di tcrmlno the dliei tloaj an 1 Intensities In-tensities of tho motions Vfrrlous In-stiumi In-stiumi nla htvs therefore been Invented to aimmpllah this The sftnpler one. i onslst of a a. rles of i yllndera nr bin. ka In lows ut ilklit a null s to eg h oihn I whuh hating bases ur dlffeient slu-s i will be upset 1 shock- of different In-t In-t Haiti nnd by Ihe dlrertton of thtlr f II in a bed of gnft rand give i Hue t . tin motion Liquid urcilally tul Hlhn in basins with holes nt v i ii, nt, in iKhta will wash up nnd down in i mi ulnr directions ull s .III tin null i iniiiiiliii hole, and thUs glvi In ll itlnus l'i uilulum. may hi r. t I hu liming tu different planee nnd en ne tniiv teartlly appreh nd the i s o. e of th s. hvlce ' In nun rloita Httompts the groit , ibj.it ii lo obiuln llrvt rercirds of ' inol Ion In tjire , linos at right at les to one anotlu , i end, vda of Ihe Inieii.lty of tin ahnxk i, third o' the exaei time of begin n and ilo n if one or nwre Inst 'time nt. .an I, 'onstrutted having a ht t' welRhl o uns)rled that it will remain t.la iv l unmnved while leeorrtlng plates nib ignlnst its , injecting pencils, in I If il N .onnified wllh a cIckk bv soni I in or .Hi i utt Khiiieni ill tin ' n 10. Is in I l ptoxli.ui iv ob ' ll I - i il i mil i I i I I li , y i nn , tj i t ij at ia ,,i, 1 1 nl by Ingenious record-diagrams i i th nisi it s may mote bj clock-v clock-v i v.r good data hnvc been seiutid. 'Jh nil show that the movements of v i irtlile In the earth are exeeed-IiikIv exeeed-IiikIv onirlex and difficult tu follow I here was no automatic selsmo-arni selsmo-arni h In eastern North America nt the time nf the Chnileeton shock, but since thm u number have been established I.arthquakes have been specially stud-P stud-P 1 in Japan nnd Hall ln the former roitntti there Is n selsrnologlcnl so-chtv so-chtv wllh ptoceedlngs which now 1)111 hfvernl vnlumer Peculiarities of n Great Han. Although at the present hour In Kng-land Kng-land the man who Is most In the public pub-lic eie ma be snld to be Lord Kltch-enet Kltch-enet there Is another an 'Unlnown qbantlti" In Kniffh inlltlcal life todnv to-dnv na he has been tailed who also ociuples u large share of public nttentlon ntten-tlon and conj.cture This mm Is nn nther than I.ntd Itnsehery Mr T 1 ru nnnnr who vvrltea of him most litter, lit-ter, stlnglv In the August l'enrnon s. touches urnn ili of his f ecullirltles as follows lvtaa a fomcvvhnt Inneli man I.otd Itoseberi Ins become nlmost n recluse during the Inst few jenrs As long oa his vvlfi was nllve he wna compelled com-pelled to go Into aocleti with something lll regtilnrlti but her death his left him free tn seek that detnehment frdm socletv whlrh he best loves It Is not that Ik Is iiIvvhvs nlone but he chooses his own compntii nnd does not nllnw' It tn be chnsen fnr him He rnrely. If ever. Is in be seen nt nnnther mans table but often nt his own ou find the most Interesting men nf his time, but he dnes Inve Innellness ns Is evidenced evi-denced by the fmt that ten ortcn the one dm In Ihe wrk he tomes to London Lon-don Is on n Hundii I ernuse. nt certain cer-tain lerlnls of the enr Sundny la the dav when I ondnn Is emptiest Xnotlier if Hilarity of lord Itn-e-ber s umpeminent Is i ceilnlii nltnnst moibld ntlessnis An iicquilnlnnce of Ills told me thnt one d-ii In paid him n visit nt Dalinens his bentlful sent Immeillnltly In Ihe nelghl orhoo I of I'Hnhtiigu Thei Innrhed, and the no-quilnlnnce no-quilnlnnce sat down lo have n quiet chut nrtet the men! nnd ho felt more lm lined rnr It because It wits a very hot dnv In suinmet but Lord rtnhery suddenl) rose prVqiosed to walk nt once Into IMInhurgh nnd his request wii- n command bill it was u ilieudfttl unlit ' A Thought. I ire Is but growth nad he is Irulv dead Who finds no task for heart nor hand W hn smooths' nn pith for coming feet tn In a I flecoioe lerehnnce his tltjs or south are Ik, I' Tor vniilh ami nue With Inve their store if Jnjs A store that neither lime nor rhange alio' al-io' s And hi whn nil Ids gifts rnr giol emplnis Has wealth Hint neither moth n ir rust destroys M II Kellv In I esllc 3 Weekli The Appendix What It Is. IV iple as i rule know nnthlng re-Hir re-Hir line the nppenllx Thes talk nbout ai pi mill Ills but the nigitn nlfectel Is to item a pinfnunl tnysler Let me cndt,ivor to in ike litn the nature of this ruilous vts'lge It human nnal-cmlvil nnal-cmlvil hlstotv Tie ll.ertue Hyrtem of man nml Unit of n'l other nnlmnls. Is a canal n- tube w herenf the stomal stom-al h Is sltnplv a dilated part nw, bc-vnnd bc-vnnd th etomnih vvt find the Intestine lor bovvtl) which In man nteinucs twenti-slx feet In length It Is dlvlled Into the small Intestine, measuring nbout twenty feet and Into the Urge li testlne, which mikes up nbnut six feet nf the totnl length Where Ihe sin ill Intisllne whlih Is the part that Immidlitel) succeeds the stom ich J ibis the live vvt And the caecum lids, is He name Indicates Is a cul de sac n kind of blind alley, llng below the point of Junction Attached to the caecum we nnd the nppendtx, n llttlo tube-like vestige, avenging about thno Itches In length and of the dlnmeter of n goose quill If the caecum Is a blind nllcj tl ( appendix Is u kind of trap llng as 11 does to the Inrl. of the caiium When Indigestible things fin 1 thelt wn Into the uppemllx iherry stonts grape seels nnd even the hairs of tooth brushes thei ejuse Itrltntlon and when this Irtltntlon goes the linglh nf Inllnmmatlon we get the "II-nent "II-nent known ns appendicitis The removal re-moval of the nipindix Is un opeiatlon if inol. rn suigiil which under ordinal ordi-nal 1 conditions Is both ante and suc-itssful suc-itssful Ijondnn i hrcnlcle Oettlng Awny From Home. Judging b a gnod deal of the con-veisutlon con-veisutlon of the present d i there nre n Intge number nf people who Invo a positive honor of home This cutluua tevtilstun of feeling Is taken b man lersons as a sign of sotlil deteilora-tlon deteilora-tlon Tor out own putt we find It dltlliult to take it iptlte serlousl nr to ste In it an thing more than n passing pass-ing whim att the London Hpei tutor Nobody uiivvudttis likes mnnntoni Change Is what people deslie not per-hups per-hups un gteat ihange but lots of small ihange not neiessmlli for the bettei but foi Its own sike Now thete Is a gr.iit sameness nbnut ones own four ills be the) nevet so hnnd-stme hnnd-stme tt all feel ut times nn over-powetlng over-powetlng dealt to look at something else We cannot change the patterns nt the plittirea on them ever) div and iKllhnr the) nor the home furniture evei seem tn alter In expression Again there Is n tiulble sameness nbout one. own cook Experience entitles us to fnretell the tasle nf ever) thing at hnine fiom the soup to tin savor) If we nre tlth nnl ftont the mutton tn the cheese If we nre poor Whereas If we dine nt u restaurant evei)thlng down in the salt Is dllterent and the restiiutniu is refurnlshul dally with new fires Then again the mtn.lt and rtlr going on mound on nvold the nereesil for nun h mnveisttlon and loversitlon In Ihe home elide is anme-tlm.a anme-tlm.a ilittliult an I soiuetlmes dull Limitations of n. Minister He tnnv not apeiulute, whit hroket wont I i open the man whn wnra i 'tassotk vist Into a luu kelshnp ' He mat nnl wnli salnhle books Ihe kin I of hmkt he tun produce do not brlnr laiM- botint) Jle ma) not lecture at hleh rl.es nt least not If he does IiIh vtoik ut hoiiu Ht tun) not even be lain i fit hi any rate not without tlliitliig Ids uofulmss ui a pastor to largi multitudes of puiple .ays n writer In the Worlds Work Again, Ills remuneration In not In terms nf popular!!) To some natures -alwava tn shallow ones this would be "wages' ennimh I ut llu Iron) of fate upp.its in that thwi who strive after popularity never g. t It In about the same wnj thnt 'kissing goes by fivoi n pnpuiarlli Kf not tn those whn lonsilously stilve fnr It, but to those who unmnscliusly mult It The dpi piling thing tn innBlder Is the mithrls nften 1, sort., I In tn gan populntlt) Hnmi of these uppeni In udvi rtlaemepis ivcr) Katiinlu) of th. in. s fn fundat siimonn I'nr ex nmple In me minimi or one Issue re-f.ntl re-f.ntl i.peired Ihe ffllowlng 'Did L.I Llk. hilt' or the Vic frilMle lu Hod, m Take il bv the ThII or Ritnsnns ltevinge ' Dieme -Onsslp "li! nphrulm I'eed.th IIm Win I ' " "llu liirignlflcnnt thing is that thete irv men who on Sundii) "court a smile when the) kIi, ill 1 won n aoul ui. the same whn on Mindiv attend irtiferetices of ileig) to dlsi ttas problems prob-lems suih a Why Ate the Chtiichet Ken rilled'" and Hn m riet .Men tn the Hervlie hhnd s nf Weey Hltss Pav nntoln all the saints and all Ihe miitnr W li) shoul 1 such churches be fliledf and what have sober sulcus, honest eat nest minded men In rnm-n rnm-n on with such ' 1'opular I'reuher' I.nitejliter nnd Ditiukeiinecg Th mi whn lullv uinli istand the virtu.-, if lau-jhtrr will not dispute the vvli, d m f Ih i miiki nnl. by I'rof Willi m N nitllirl 111 a I i lure nt Iho HHHHHHHH. Vnlverslty of Chcago Tuesday, when he declared that laughter and comedy may he made to play an Important pari na curative nnd remedial agents, oven tn the point of protecting humanity from the) liquor habit Drunkenness, of course Is due only In part lo discouragement dis-couragement or desperation Hut for the considerable number who drink because be-cause they feel dejected and seek a quick and easy way of throwing off their depression there Is a much larger number who drink cither because they Inve nothing else to do 01 because they crave more excitement to relieve the monotony of thlr lives Drinking H a great time-consuming habit and the man who would shake It off usual nnds that the reform leaves him with an undue amount of leisure. One chief trouble with the effotls to suppress the evil perhaps Is that while the dtlnker and his friends make brave efforts to stop the bad habit they do little or nothing toward putting a new nnd wholesome habit ln Its place It Is ln this stngn thnt his broad feeling feel-ing nnd his depression reiur with greitest effect l'rof Outhrle s nidress contains a hint for the despondent person per-son Let him seek cheer companionship companion-ship or attend amusing entertainments The chances nre that he will And the time slipping h so plensantl) that he has forgotten his depression nnd much of hla craving for artificial excitement excite-ment Clood fun nnd good cookery the one to occupy the depressed mans mind nnd the othet to steady his nerves-might nerves-might he made to do n great deal to-ward to-ward suppressing the liquor evil Chicago Chi-cago News. A Wcll-Satlsfled Girl. At nn old-fashioned retlval meeting the minister apptoiched Minnie who was only 10 jears old. nnd urged her tn en forward to the "mourners' bench' for pra)ers, as many of her oung friends had done. "No thank vou," snll Minnie, holding hold-ing back 'Hut vvi1" questioned the minister. "Don t )nu vvnnt tn be born again? ' ' No ' replied Minnie I m nfrnld I might Le born n hoy next time." iiiooklin Life Well Groomed Girls. Th well-groomed girl Is ever) where In evidence, but It Is not ns common n sight to see a crisp, srmrkllng tnat- "I manage tn keep clean." said n voman to me the other da) Mint I have no time for marsnge nnl shampoos sham-poos and all that nnnense What time I nn spare from my children I detoto to my club " Her hnlr was strained back from her face her nails were broken nnd unlovely. un-lovely. And I thought ns I looked nt her that even so great and excellent excel-lent a thing as a woman's club might well bo sacrinced on the altar of van-It) van-It) Tor. If a tvomnn must choose between two things, nnd either devote nn hour tn tho consideration nf rome question nf domestic science or the same time tn the adornment nnd benutlfjlng of herself, that she mi) seem lovely tn her husband, nnd choose the tlrst, tho deserves the fate that Is perching on her gatepost. There Is a lot of nonsense preached and prattled In this world, and It la Just possible that this Is pome of It., Hut when I hear men and women tnlk nbout unchanging love I wnnt to teli them thnt the unalterable quality "Is found only with flod and some moth-eis moth-eis Romantic lote lasts as long ns Its object remains lovable Philadelphia Philadel-phia Inquirer. The Sultan's Natural Mistake. The Sulton I notice tint the American Amer-ican unbelievers are adopting some of our titles" The Vliler To tvhnt do iou refer, rommandet of the faithful?' The Sultan Have )ou not noticed the Important part that la being played In their governmental afialra Just now by Oyster Hey, ' Cleveland Plain Dealer. Sources. The stream whose ceaseless rushing seems to druln Tho land of nil its life-blood and Its worth Shall come again In showers to banish dearth And till the m)r!ad springs with saving rain. The lonely death of molderlng burled grain. That burns Its heart out under crushing crush-ing earth. Khali make new Itfe arise ln m)rlad birth. And coter all the lnnd with cnntless gain Lven so the song that rtows from deepest spring The word that hursts from bitterest d)- Ins mold Pf tears, love longing, Joy, nr passion Shall flood men s hearts nnd make them weep ami sins Shall b.ar Us fruit In kind, a myriad-fold, myriad-fold, And this shall he till song nnd passion die -Curtis Hidden Pise In the Critic Old Aire and Appetite. Plr Henr) Thompson depreintes Increased In-creased entlng as a monna of keeping up the strength of those who me nd-vnnclng nd-vnnclng In )ears and particularly nb-Jects nb-Jects to the repeated nnd general use of concentrated forms of nnlmnl nout-lshment nout-lshment for the nged. Over-nomlsh-ment In old nge Is apt to lend to pains nnd aihes due tn ihe Impairment of excretion and a long protrncted course of overfeeding will end 111 nn nltnik of gout liven mtlllrlal teeth me not to be consldercsl an unmixed 1,1, mine, for by a provision of nature the teeth he. gin to deca nnd become useless Just when the si stem begins to thrive without with-out much nnlmnl food of coarse fibre Indigestion sais Kir Henry Thompson Is mnstl) not a disease, but nn ndmonl-tlon ndmonl-tlon It Is the Innuiugo of the stomal stom-al h, and Is mostl) an unknown tongue to those who are n I lressed ' It means that Ihe Indlvlltii) hns not yet found his npproi rlate diet There Is no foo 1 whatever vvhlih Is wholesome In Itseir tbat fool onl) Is wholesome which Is so to the Individual' Hnlllmore Sun Whistling; in Church The ecrleelasil il tiulety shnvv Is rap-Idly rap-Idly Incoming i ifeited nnd widened In score As n distlnet step forward lit ihurcli vntilevllle must he noted the whistling snln Intinluced by n inuni woman at the 1 1, nof the servlie it the Lexington vinue llaptlst church last Siiiida) mnimng Tho tiudli ni (or eongregail. in so It Is lepnrtel wete delighted ml demanded nn encore, en-core, the sol ilt responding with ihe Mocking Mir I i he rerfnrmer whn Is nnvt 1 fieais oil his been whittling-for whittling-for sl )hib un, ! united by thn time, hrno el ji ivirl. whlih restrained our Kiaiidm.tli.il Now that whistling hns been Inlrn duced nnd w. I .uned In our church servliea nut) u. not look foi more 'drawing atti ittlont In tho pulpit It-self It-self ftuih mi n ns David Win mil pt.hapt lnk.hi I,, Induce,! tn give ministerial min-isterial mfinoli'itiu k nn the Pihlmth while selected i unions of "Ihe Hlcep-Ing Hlcep-Ing Beauts mil tin nitst are per-fnrmed per-fnrmed fnr the entertainment of the siintla) school Speaking more seriously, If one may be pirdnnel for seilousuess under thn circumstances Him, Is n ennpter In Prof Dickinsons nlmirnble new book on Music in the History of the We stein st-ein Church which bun. dlreetl) on this whistling perdriimnie 'One whose ti ste Is fed by th, i , ti y of tut h must ors ns Milton and rimi)snn' he si)S h) the musl of mi, h na 1 Inn, lei nnl tlecihoven mid whose ippreclailons nte sharpenvil by the b, examples of pi r-formgnce r-formgnce In the ma let n concert hall, cannot drop his tnst and ctltleal Inblt when he enters the i lutrch dnoi The same la Into In n tnodllled degree In respect to thoto who rfiivo hid less edit-rational edit-rational advantages It Is n fnllac) lo assert t'lat the mm pb of the piopiu nic responsive nnl) tn that which Is t It. Ill nnl sensational ' Well, there would s. em tn lm a fovv people who inn shunic off sui h tast'S ln the chur h vestibules Itut those throughout the land who desire to see our churihes attract worshipers by beautiful and lifting means, musical nnd other, not by theatrical novelties In dubious tuste, will hardly welcome this latest Innovation nnd approach to a canary choir New York Tribune. Grandma. Clrnndnn sits lu her roeklng chair. Watching the sun go down, There s a sellow fclow on her snow-white hair As ehe sits on the porch In the open air, ihat seems like a golden crown Watchlrg the clouds with dreimy e)es I won ler what grandma sees? Is she watching the picture In the skies That change and fsde as the sunlight dies, Above the distant trees? I All her life she hns done her best To walk In the narrow wa) W hlch leads to th. mansions of the blest, Where lorging hearts llnd peaceful rest In never ending day An I now she Is old nn 1 her work Is done, Her treasures safe nn high 'Ihe snnds nf her life nre ulmost run, Her earthly bittles are fnught Hnd won And henven draweth nigh W hat does she see In the summer sky, Watching the suns list ra) 7 A shining path tu her home nn high ihat brighter trows as the ilt)B go b), And en Is in perfect da) Prank Heard In the name Horn Ignorance of the Earth. It Is beginning lo strike the thoughtful thought-ful that we know ter) little of the np-lenrance np-lenrance of the enith A mine under ground Is relatlvel) speaking, senrce-1) senrce-1) more than the Imptesslon made by a rerrule nf a walking slick on a wet road The great heart of the globe Itself It-self remains untouched and unknown Is It solid or Is It Ilqtild7 Hut more humbling Is the reflection thit until we lenrn to H) we shnll have tin true conception con-ception of the picture of the eaith. sa)a the Ixindon Otaphlc Our vision Is lateral We nie looking nt Ihe earth ib thnuch to see nurselves. we held a mirror with Its end agilnst our nose nnd looked nlong It We think we know how a tree looks how n tnniin-tnln tnniin-tnln lnoka even how a man lonks, but we do not We nnl knnw ns much nf their nppenrame ns a rty knows of the pit lure It crawls upnn Te see n picture pic-ture properl) one must stnnd nwny from It nnd until we get off the enrth. either h) ll)lng machines or balloons we shnll hnve no faithful Idea of how our pltnet renll) looks Unlvetsnl Hying Hy-ing would study bleed an entirely new school of nrt Health In Friendship Trlendshlp cannot be too often nor too inttih extolled It Is not only the henrt s food but nourishes the understanding under-standing Mote comradeship nnd even the compnn) of one s enemies do the latter, nnd one will whet his Intellect on them ns a boar whets his tusks ngalnst n tree, sa)a Onlooker. Men of themselves nnd solltnr) are not unintelligent un-intelligent little things nnd would be mentally soiree superior to dogs and npes were it not for what Is offered b) those about them Your man Is like a malch which must fln 1 some hard quality without Itself against which It must strike befnre It will burn Yet while simple rompan), nnd even that of a foe will strengthen and teach growth tn one's understanding Just ns a wrestler toughens and waxes strong while he exerts himself ngalnst nn ndversar). there Is a virtue to be drawn from friendship and n health In kindly conndence which will owe Itself It-self to no other origin nf source. Held up the Prince With a ritchfork. When King Pdnard VII of Hngland was an undergndunle nt Oxford university uni-versity he hnd an ndvenlure which led a newspaper nf that time to describe the 'Prince ns a Prisoner" It said thnt 'not very fnr from Oxford, nt .a place called Steeple Ilarton, there was a farmer named Hedges, n man nf much Independence of character, commonl) known as Lord Chlef-Justlce Hedges' On one occasion tho Prince nnd IiIb friends were out with the South Oxfordshire Ox-fordshire hounds but, meeting wllh In-dlffctents In-dlffctents port they rcsrlved on tiding home act oss countty This they did, galloping over tho Innds of Parmer Hedges ami presentl) riling lrtto hit farm)ard There the) were confronted h) the farmer himself nrmed with a fork He close 1 the gntes and Informed the part) blttntl) that the) had been ttespasslng on his ground ind tiiimp-llng tiiimp-llng on hlB t un wheat nnd that he would riot allow ene of them to lento hlB farm) art! until he had paid a nne of one sovereign for the d image done The) whlspeicd that the Prince himself wns of the part) Prince or no prince he rented shortly I II hate m) money' Thete was little glor) to be had by lighting a resoluti farmer armed with a fork The) therefore male up their minds to pay Prince ind all When he had Ihe mone) In hla ocket. and net till then Lord ChlefrJusllce' Hedges ?.?c.? ."."I B2.,c" nml llt tlu"i g '-Philadelphia '-Philadelphia Times Tho logic of the Lunatic. The sometimes faultless logic nf the lunatic Is delightfully Illustrated In the following dialogue A vIbIIoi to nn nstlum saw n man cspetlng along the hall nstilde of a stick Ah ha' said the visitor wishing to be pleasunt "I see you are hnvlng a nne tide on sour horse" This Isn't n hfuso nnswoied tho litnallo contemptuousl) "Ji' n hobh," wns the repl) f It was a horse I could get off -London Chronicle. Chron-icle. A Eemlrder of a Trncedy. 'In his book All tho ltusslis " Mr Henty Km man gives an Inleiestlnr do-strlptlnn do-strlptlnn nf the hearnnin of zir Altx-nnder Altx-nnder II which Is ki 1 1 exactly is It was nn the morning be left It He was hroupht back nn hour after he left it dee log tn death frnm Injuilos Inflicted b) Ihe ussnssln s homb A the rnnm was sn It renin Ins The h ilf smoked cigarette lies upnn ihe ash trny In a gliss tube lime tevnlver lies before be-fore the nilunr Upnn nnl, f thf, at lea and upon seveial clmlrs la a coBolv-folded .lean hl.ll Ikeiehlef for t was the i-gni s wish to have one of thesi alwais within n ie), r i.i. i..ln . There 11, nil his tnlle, ", Vs-a rev plain botilca and brushes It i modest beinnil belief m,. the brushes nre hilf worn-Leslie. Weekly Wlint "Oron" Means. 'There are not men) icnpli who know the origin of th wmd ,(, and there la n It s number whn knnw that grnsr, as gre g tout ilns n teit small jrcentam if n,,,,,,, ., n, . gin nr the let in date, I, k tn the days of Admli.il icmnn if the llrlllsh nnvy who v as piomitit nt n the. turls pa it or the elKhlienth eeirj ';, ' ',, New YorkTilhune Hla favorite, loth lug wns nf giograiri a faluic of silk mil mohnlr 1 1 nee he w ih called ni Clio,-' fter he I,. . .me ll cm ll'idlnir nlflcet In, adopted this nielho 1 f , " titi Unordered Hut whcmivern sail ir should be guilty of Inm.l ludlnitlnn oT mlsieinduct fcr vvlii,, ,., mirMl1 rhould be wnlved and tho lellnuueni l; punished by bflnK mide toTaki bis lliiuoi for i cei tain number of divs dllulid tn seten furls of water hum part of splrlla Why gentlemen . it tan Imagine that tn it Hillur then i ould not be a punishment exceiu death ninth more severe thnn n,i. t'ould inn st-nd It tnurwli' iv,' tint lime the Rrnr tatlon vva 1 1, ...V tie 1 he the wcll-ivatned llqi,r f,,r ,,, ,. Iflunent until the term I.e. nine Keu!ra I) m.pll'1 in the K f li Vui.i .,t,,i out leriilurly nn bunil ship Migration of Shnd. One nf lh unexplained phennmen i of the movements of shad Ir n,at ioln rldent with thelt disappearance fiom Connecticut vvntcts whue the schools aro lerteptlhlv diminishing, u,, y r( appearing In btge nuinheis In Hit Ohio river ihe Urst shad caught In Hie bit ter stt am wns In U7G It w is tnnsid el e'J bui'h a l.iilly that it was suit lo the Smithsonian Institution. During, the past nve yenrs the llsh has been multiplying there at an extraordinary tate nnl It Is now caught ln quantities within live miles of Cincinnati If the shad schools are migrating from the Connecticut river to the Ohio they must be doing It by the way of New Orleans, ns It Is Impossible for them to cross the Alleghanlcs, The Upbuilding of a State. In nn article on Nebraska, In the August Pearson's Mr Wm It Llghton, the author after describing how vvllhln a few lears the State had dlscoteicd her vart grazing resources, proceeds lo show the need of up-bulldlng home industries "Another change" he writes grentl) to be desired Is an Increase In-crease of home manufactures There Is plenty nf raw material, the meatpacking meat-packing plants hnve given a valuable object les3on Instead of conllnlng themselves to the preparation of the fond productp the) arc thriftily turning turn-ing lo account much mnterlal that wnj once considered ns refuse and nre marketing therefrom a great variety of watos soap oil pharmaceutical preparations, prep-arations, buttons glue, fertiliser, nnd what not. We have )et to learn thnt the fatm has by nu means fulfilled Us mission when It his sold the ordinary fruits nf neld nnd pen. there remain numberless opportunities for turning present waste Into profit No doubt this will be achieved In time." Not a Proper Place for Women. John 11 Oough.. whose early training as nn actor had glten him a good equipment equip-ment for his latter work ns n tempcr-nnce tempcr-nnce orntor nnd who, because of his effective manner, seldom tret with op-pnsitlnn op-pnsitlnn from those who listened to him In public, was lecturing one evening even-ing ln a nearby town, nnd after painting paint-ing the tavern ns a plate of contamination contami-nation even for the abstainer, nsked ' Don't ou nil ngtee with me friends, that there Is no place n man should go, and of which he should tell his mother and sisters unless he might I ike them, loo there? Should there be any such pi ice? ' ' Oh )-e s" came drawllngly from a renr seat The audience- wns roused from Its spell nf ndmlratlon for the ornlor nnd turned tn lonk at the owner of the voice Oough smiled ns though he thought no discussion possible, and blaivdli asked Where, friend would )ou go telling mother ind sisters hut refusing to take them with )ou7 ' The barbers,' was the reply. Modern Equine Education. There Is some talk of a school wherein where-in horses mai he educated out of their fear of automobiles, whether thin would serve or not Is nnnther question, but here Is a little Instance nf what one sensible, considerate automobile driver did for the sake of a frightened horse The automobile had come to a standstill stand-still In the roadway to permit the pnH-suge pnH-suge of n small and apparently young hoise ln trotting rig attached to a training sulky The motor had not been shut off, so the machine kept chug-chug-chugglng ns the horse approached ap-proached Vi Ith a snort nnd n leap tho horse whirled to the side of the roid, neirly throwing out the man In tho sulky Then the aulomohlllst shut orf the motor nnd cnlled to the driver. "Wnlt a moment until the nnlmnl qults down, then drive him up slowly while I sit still" This the driver did, nnd when the hotse was within ten or twelve feet of the machine, his prosress toward It laving been slow nnd feurful the nil-tomoblllst nil-tomoblllst got out, took the horse by th bridle, nnd led hltn carefully up to the tar. patting the nnlmnl tho while nnd talking tn It "Now, look It over, smtll It, see, there's nothing to hurt s on " Tor fully nve minutes the horse was permitted to Inspect tho machine and at last It seemed quite accustomed to It. After that the horse was driven back nnd forth several times without evlnc lug the Hllghlest fenr. The niitomoblllst did not start his car until tho horse vvau almost out of sight. Living ln the Cemetery. William L Hcarne, son of Trank J. Hearne president of the Natlonnl Tube Sear In niack Diamond, one of the new mining tamps of Arizona As It wns his tlrst experience In the Went he accumulated ac-cumulated a multitude of Impressions and stories "When I nipt went to Dlnck Din. mond,' he said the other dai, 'there had been but one death ln the ramp. They burled the unfoitumlc In a lonely grntt midway between the mine and camp Immetllntel) they b.gan to call the Bpot 'graveyard ' A few iln)s nfter my nrrlvnl n miner named Cobb was tul en with smallpox The mnnn;er wiih nwny and they telephoned to him fnr Instructions ' 'Ilullel a shack for him down near the gravoard, wns the answer tho wlrea brought. 'ihe ntileta were carried out to the letter, and the shack built right up against the gmve The pnllent wns permitted tn move hlmwlf nnd left to light tho disease alone The next day nn Irish miner hailed tho shack from the ttnll I siy Cobb' he cried, 'how are you cotnln' on tod i) '' "Hadl), nther bndl),' was tho weak repl) from the skk man Don't ou worry. Cob,' nnswered the Irishman In n tone that was incint to he encouraging 'Don t you worn', uu nln t got fnr to go, anywny, If bid cornea lo worse an' that Just lenietn-bir lenietn-bir sou re living In' In the tcmittry nlread) But Pat Was Crazy Then, It was several years ol,o while As. semhlymnn James T lingers wns n. struggling soung ntlorney nt the Htoomo eoiinty bar, that he was engaged en-gaged to defend an Irishman who vvni In lie led on the charge nf murder Tint was beforn tho soung lawyer ever dreamed nf sitting lu tho Albiny "House of Commons nr hid nsplrn-tluna nsplrn-tluna for the spcnkcrshlp of the as. semhl) He nrcordliisiy took the Irishman Irish-man a ease on pnsinent of u retainer of Jlfo nnd the un Ie islanding that Jjoo motn wns tn paid If tho fellow was acquitted ihn soung attorney secured nn acquittal ac-quittal on tin ground of lempoiary Insanity In-sanity nt the ilm, the crime was mm-mlltel mm-mlltel It was severil months bernro lie anv. his client iignln Meeting the Iilsliiniin on Ihe slieet one day ho stiq ped him when tlm following eon-vcisntlnn eon-vcisntlnn fnllnvv.il 'Well Put Isn't It nbnut time you pild mo tint other tlw riilth nn wlint twn hooniltnl Is Why Ihe J200 that sou promised tn pay mo for saving sur vvotthlcas ncrk ' "tne, an' did 01 promlso thnt, 01 don t lamlmhu Why, Pit, sou knnw you promise 1 Pit rirntrhed his head In perplexity for a, minute then looked up with it ..'il!" .'" mn? "H '." """'iwt'il the claim wllh the , x Innittnu fh well but ie know 01 was crazy till" w Wk Times y i.aiey's Instructive Tale. President llndliy of Ynle gave a most nslriii live little slnti nl n enl- lege dinner nne e.l hc.n ,lnl fow of hi lioihci .iluiutiiiH wete present. in ii isT,.,"" '"M hy "nc "f "'"""' . )Sv.t, ,",n l"lkl"K about ihe trusts and their was nf plating wllh the n'en,,l,,m0l.,mm" ,'" n" "'niplnVl? ee?. .' ,'i "',"" , " '"" "", ' mind of iv.il pi in nr mine I imct h,j ,, cnt a benittifiii animal nf which I was vers' fond mid who was the pinul ,,e,s,esior nf a long an luxuriant tall A friend of mine who was llvlnir In Pint I la sent .lud!el"i'!r""1,,,n,f'r ' linniedlatelV studied nil the lliriuttue on the proper can of tauiluus, und tho 'enlnr Brew- fat nnd prosperous it. " turned out to be great it ""I 15. queerly assorted raul,frlI"i u' gether tor., BV'at amS'.', '?' of the Yale students J?'11' ij turning from a lecture rS1 found three or four ,ll?,"ltl the long tall Th P.", f' lated the cat. So with .5, h'1 their small compiiu.111' '""U, Indian Trapp.t, The going nnd comlne .. brigade was the one g,8, Ik. year to those nomadic rti.',lt watching the frtt vsM'r, Were lh?y not bldd ng fSLn K crs,btoihers. sons. 0 ' lov7"ie.to the best men from their tin ""'! 400 .ouls? If ordy theV,1?"11'. packs could sraki"'hf.,1,lnik would unfoldl Dunns ii,. '"' li of the previous autumn ik'1"' w Ith their families, dog,",. 'V longings loaded Into ,, '"' out for various points',;. M lng, wilderness. ?ay,"a writsVl""' ner's Then, as the litti. i?r '" 8r ually separated each ,amB, UP ih dentlyjitruck off In dV,r?n' ,,lM and, elenet, after manv a J'rctt dllng. poling, tracking ??", the wildest of rivers and vv,K'" sails' skimming over !, "h ?'nz their- reached their 'tanS,"?,?1. u rplrlt of winter was svveeDlsi"!1 " great lone country an?"",'' silent waters and vvlil...i '"'I with her mantle of v,hl?r'nI''' long they had tolled with .",,i hunted nnd trapped cnjaU'sSi.' How -Poll' Learns to Ttlv "There are two ways." ,,H dealer, "of teaching a M 'I One way Is to put him In? tV room, to sit In a corner nnj ?"1' over nnd over again "h. .'! want him to ncqulre i. el.."1 ' will learn a vv ord or a ll r "" some four or nve hundrVf 1" " while for some It tike, ."TIP moie Y'ou must keep still i n!X No sounds frnm within or i!i" house, save sour vol e moa-ii.0? pealing the phrase tn ffiSfe reach the parrots ear BonX . teach their birds In a elLigJ . speaking from i place of coc,.k In a. closet or behind a S"1, method Is not so gooi. beca,lSl, light the parrot's attention 1. Ii ed -Philadelphia Ledger" ""