If Pi h ic?i wSfStm sPi" fSZicf'"ts Korea' CroUin Trlnee. I'rlncu Kill Wha, aetond ron of (he klnc of Koren, and heir nppirontto tho throne, lua Juat coma to thli ri-Iry ri-Iry for tho purpoio of materlnn Ik l'ncll'h languace Kill Wha will p-ablyntlcnd p-ablyntlcnd tho Unlveralty ot Car-nla Car-nla or Inland Stanford, Inatr-ad of P-Inc P-Inc eaat aa waa hla Drat Intent'. The prince la of email atature andtvry dark, reaembllnc tho Japancae In1 (a cenrral charactera Hn la In the cte cf Sin I'a Too, aecond aecrctary ot (e l'lllNCi: KM WHA. Korean legation at Washington, wh la acting na Interpreter for tho" roya Oriental. VrofiU Forbidden. In comldcrlng n bill granting the Kncllili City of Itochdute authority to build and operate municipal tram-i tram-i waya, tho Police nnd Sanitary committee com-mittee of the Houie of Lords, acting on lta own motion, recently added an amendment forbidding the application applica-tion of any pruflti from the undertaking undertak-ing to the general espense of the city, or to any purpose other than the needs ot the service and the reduction of fare. Thla action was not without one or two legislative precedents and accorda with Ilia prevalllnc practice ot Olascow and most other llrltlsh municipalities mu-nicipalities In their "municipal trading" trad-ing" enterprises. CrlcKet'J Wane in England. Cricket Is aatd to be losing Its popularity popu-larity In Kncland in several ot the llrltlsh newspapers this Is dlscmied aa an established fuel, and It Is said to bo due to somewhat the aamn reasons lhat have led to the decadence ot baseball In the United State Jait as hero professionalism haa ruined the national came, so the same evil stems to have arisen In Kucland It seems that the best cricket clubs are made up ot professionals and aliened amateurs who arc really prottsilonala and do little else than play the came and rtip financial benefit thereby more or leu surreptitiously. Vrlnce-n Wanti T)l)orce. Marie of Mrtklcuberc-Htrelltt, who auea tor a divorce, and the lloyal Lair who waa mutch-makrr, many klnti, queens and other royal persons ars unhappy In tht married relation, fbut for reasons ot tale must bear tit uupleasant yoke. Princess Marie ot Mecklenberg Stre-llti Stre-llti Is no exception. She and her husband, hus-band, Count J. tnatel, do not Snl married lite cm Princes Marie lon!, ,WMl, . so aba Is suing for a separation She and her husbinj, wliu la tho ton of a weilthy Paris patent pat-ent ruedlclne manufacturer, pllchtcl their troth under the sponsorship of tho Infanta Kulalte ot Spain, who wti tho cuest ot the city ot Chicago dutloj the World's 1'alr In 1S91 Modern Immigration. During the fiscal ear which endtl on June 30 last 3(1,711 foreigners n-tered n-tered this country throuch the port ot New York. Probably the total Imou-crntlon Imou-crntlon for Ihe year will not fall tu short of K30.000 the noteworthy as not altogether acrreable difference U-tween U-tween the Immlcratlon ot 1900 igj that of .-Irty years ago la that no most ot the newcomers are trots aouthern and eastern Europe, whlli they used to be from western til northern Europe. Municipal Steamboat. The efforts ot the Ijondon Couaij Council towards establlshlnc a pu. senger steamboat service on u Thames-following the collapse private enterprise In respect to such acrvlc have passed from the statt jt theoretical dlccusalon to that ot detail, ed atudy. The Hirer commute, J the council nas prepared a deOa't. scheme, which Is belnc considered u tho basla for application to parl!am,i for tba requisite powers. Music aj Xoa Tedal. A Chicago man It rrsponslblo for an Invention which. It generally adopted, adopt-ed, Is destined to turn the boulevards Into temples of music The Chicago ninn calls hla device de-vice a mu3l al bl QSWlm cycle It eonMata YZrt of an attachment mjJJ. to an ordinary 7Wiit!J'o wheel by moan of wwfiWTO which na a bbyclc I WttiyW rider pedal alonr jyltjy7 I 1m j J hla wheel throw spft mll out a sucecssloM oiIIWvPy WW musical alra. The VWjjfr s2 - frame of the mul- ji7 cal attachment ' " ao made that It fits Musical Wheel, einclly Into that of an ordinary bicycle. On thla frame are stretched piano wlrri.whlch are atruck by small hammers Inrnted on the cross-piece. Thnsn hammers are actuated actu-ated by a email cylinder, which In turn get lta power from tho crank anilt. liy changing th small cylinder any number of different tunes may be played, and tho time can be made fail or alow aa tho rider drlvea hla wheel Perbapa the most Important part of Ihe entire Invention la a dovlco by which the music can bo entirely shut oft It dealred. The Armor Vlate Contract. 1 ho navy department ha Juat adver-t'sed adver-t'sed again for blda on tho entire amount of over 36.000 ions ot armor plate fur tho new battleships and I cruisers autboritml by the last two I sessions ot Congree. It has acted I wisely In so doing Hitherto two firms Ibavo tnonopollied the armor plate (business, but the recent blda hnva I brunch t out a third, the Mldtalo com-I com-I (any ot Philadelphia. Clovernor Crann ot Massachusetts, It it much ot u reader that he never toes about without tccral small books In his pockets Talking on al-isttt al-isttt any topic he will say "Apropoi of that, l'to Just been reading" And wDl dive Into a pocket and bring out n look, find that It la not the volumo ht It In scorch ot and co for another pocket, and so on until ho ceta the book be happens to have In mind. In every pocket, however, there seems to be I book of some sort. Starvation of lloritx. AJVrrlter In the London Time ayj that tho "great blot" on the conduct of Die war by the Urltlsh waa that tho horses wore "ayatcmatleally starved." Thty lacked food and died for that lack because the department had "possibly "pos-sibly throuch Inexcusable lenorance of their duties" not mada preparations for clvlug tho burses auITlclent food to kerp them alive Lawyers In China. .There urn mid to bo nu lawyers In Colno, yet Hong Kit l.lng, who waa killed recently during the fighting at Tientsin was a very close Imitation ot one. Hong I'll l.lng gained a wldo reputation among the foreigners at tie Chinese city and waa chosen to represent their Interests In the courts thenever occasion required. Ho sroved himself capable and faithful uiil hla death cast a cloum over tbo foreign colony. ' Although Hong Ku l.lng was called a lawyer, be nas not really one, for tliere are, strictly speaking, na lawyers In the vast domain of the klncdom ot the aun. There are licensed noti-rlra, noti-rlra, who pay tno mandarin a ceitaln amount for the prlvllec ot drawing np lta complaints nnd statement ot the people who may have business In the court over which the mandarin presides. They nitract heavy foes e&,3j, jL HONO ru UNO. from those whom they serve nnd ure their Influence with the mnndarln ny B concession on the part ot the cov-eminent cov-eminent the Catholic prlets hive a rank which gltea them tho right to olead caae belore n mandarin It hs b-en ald that this right waa abutod to aueh an extent that the people revolted re-volted "If "an did anything for which' he could be held," snlda writer on. the subject, "he would co to a Catholic missionary and bo converted, la return the missionary would plead Ma caae. using hla Influence and roon-v roon-v with the mandarin and tho criminal -nnld co tree, ny that meaua the n..mber of converta haa grown rapidly Hi ill natural hatred of tho Chine,, "ward the foreigner haa been Inten- ilfltd." Kraperor William haa succumbed to .h motor craxo, and spends much C. Wln to muter th. art of run-nlns run-nlns "" Trice on tier Head. Th Oreen Turtle Club ot New Ot leant haa offered a reward ot 11.003 for the bead of thla young woman Her name Is Mlllan Clayton Jewett. and ahe Is a resident ot Iloston. Miss Jewett Is the president ot an antl-lynching antl-lynching society which la largely made up ot colored people, although the herself her-self la whlto She has been holding Indignation meetings In Iloston ever alnco the recent lynching In New Orleans. Or-leans. She ho long posed as the friend ot tbo colored rice and baa received misi jnwirrr many threatening letters from the aouthern people whom she baa reviled for their treatment ot tho negroes The reward Is properly regarded aa a huge ioko Craits of the Ttratle. Peter MacQueen sends to Leslie's Weekly from the burgher camp ot Wnkkerstroom, In the Trnnivaal, a picture ot the Uoer army In the ntnth month of the war, which must recommend recom-mend that devotitl body ot patriots to tho esteem of fnemen the world over. Night and morning In the lancers, he aiy. thero la beard the chorus ot psalma and hymns. One night he heard 2,000 voices singing sacred sonci among tho kopjes. They haro no Idet ot reprisals against their Kngllsh foe or of cruelty to tho prisoners nnd wounded these stern, determined but conscientious fighters for a principle "Again and again," stya thla writer, "I havo seen thorn carefully attending tho Cncllsh wounded on tho batllo field nnd chatting chat-ting In friendly tonus with their prla- The Uoer eoldler Impresses Mr. Mac-Queen Mac-Queen aa a man built on a broad nnd generous plan. Ho la rillclous. Ho la humane He Is pure and bravo ot heart. Ho Indulge In no bravado after a victory, he docs not wbtno after a detent "the world ha not heard the lust ot tho lloer as a farmer, a soldier and a patriot." JCnrco fA VlaneU. Professor Jauica 11. Koclcr, tho eml-pent eml-pent astronomer, for the laat two year director ot tbo Lick Observatory, Mount Hamilton, died last week In 8an Francisco. Professor Kcelor, who was a natlva Illlnolsan, was filling his second term of tervlco at I.tck Obterv-atory. Obterv-atory. Ho wat tho flrat practical astronomer as-tronomer to tako hold of It, having gone thcro as "astronomical observer" rTMiaJr I IMIOPB330II KKKLKft. under the I.lck trustee In 1S80. for two years, or until tho transfer of th. observatory to the university, ho carried car-ried on the time aertlce and made alt possible use of the eoulpment. Th Lauyer'-t "lAf ta Weep. Tho supreme court of Tcnncssio baa decided lhat u lawyer haa the rich! to shed tears to lulluence tho verdict of a Jury, nnd, In fact, eajs that If be can brine tears to his eyca at will ho It derelict It ho neglecta to ib so. The cuso wna one In whlth tho defendant had appealed on the cround that the weeping of the attorney for tho plaintiff plain-tiff had unduly Influenced the Jury. 'Religion in ColleAe. The Htnudurd. tbo lUpllst weekly, combat tho prejudice that uuny strict sectarian hnte against the ttnto universities, and quote flguroi to show that these Institutions are not godless. Kor Instance. In the student Cody of I,9 at the University of Michigan there were S.B3S church Vjnibore or adherental last year. Wouldn't Co to War, Krnncle Mob (-& tho on of Oeneral B- e Herman Lleb, of 9 Chicago, ran away ? ft from horn. laat li j, U week rather than -CLA Join the U. 8. ron- "gf A. rlnea, Young ''""MlAVvttdiT disappeared under h&fnfnr' mysterious olr-V VVY J' cumstance. Hla r father la of tbo opinion that soma Francis Llob. of tho friends of his son may b. couceallng him, but nothing haa beeu discovered that would bear out Hint theory. Friends who havo known the young man Intimately Inti-mately speak In hlchest terms of hla character as a man and of his excellence excel-lence aa a sinter. i.,- i ... i c. H it It tbo opinion of a great man r-eop'e that the average farm dog la not worth bla board and doea not get H ;l at borne He la a creature of uon- lUaerlpt breed and disconsolate np- H pearance; has few Joys but many or- H iW and lives apparently with th B use purpose of worrying tramp and U the man who attempts to keep sheep- Now It may bo considered a good tor- vlco to scaro tramps away from in H horaertead, but there are many who H think that Mr. UuNaughl la apt to gel inn fur Ihe lack ot hospitality shows B him and we must confess that bay H stacks aro very commonly troubled with spontaneous combustion. As to W Iho killing ot a few sheep onco In a bile, why erery owner of a dog will W tell you that It wns dono by tbo other fellow's hound, for we havo yet to W hear ot Hie owner ot a dog who It B willing to confess that he la a sheep 9 kll'er. It ho Is a very larce dun hi fl Keep la a somen hat serious matter U and as his apretlto Is rarely appeased H by whut ho ccta nt homo It 1 little I wonder that ho r.oe out foraging and H Instructing the rising canlno centra- M Hon In' the mysteries of succcastJl I sheep worrying The amount of food I cuutuimd by an average farm dog would doubtless feed one pig and It U B quettlonab'o If the dog pays for th H food b tuts, while on the contrary M the pig pns for hit by allowing the (toiler to eat htm lu return. The lit- H He. fuiar. comi-llnd ilnc tit "boxer- H yellow" bue may be a proficient ratter (sometimes) but Is Insufferable aa a self-asserting boss ot the whole tur- roundlngs and It Is questionable If a 9 cat or two" would not do moro and bet- ter work among the rat than these Spltty little terriers whoto other work Is to snap and Jump nt pissing teams and all ulcht long sing unto the moon that old. old song of teml-howls and 9 Inlerrojatury barks We personally H give the cat the beueilt ot ibo doubt I for sbv "buries" the rat which It I more than tho terrier don IhouRti tn a tiuco mounda ho somctlmei makes In ffl thu fields would suggest the lontrary. H and one Is often falti to wish that he D would bury blmtclf and bo douo with It, for the gopher and tbo cround hou are not worso than bo In tearing up ja tho scenery lu Ilia meadow. n Some say they keep tho dog for the M purpoio of driving In tho cows, bat it, j a It utkn does, that sen lea couslsU j In also snapping at their heels, awing- 9 Ing on their tails and biting their n noses acta which are neither con duo- 1 Ivo to full measures ot milk or safe. ,j maternity wo concludo that tbo cow- jl driving dog Is n nutsanco nnd no Ira- 9 protement on tho small boy with tba II big club and unerring, atonethrowlnc V3 precision. Wo have nothing tu sir 1 agalntt tho full-bloodod and properly tl trulucd sheep dog kept on a sheep II farm tor dally work with the shcpbrnl v 11 who could not get along wllhout'hls1- I help but theso dog aro not to be ae- I counted as belonging to tho class ot 1 animals we havn been speaking ot and I aro llkcwlso profcrable In' every way to I tba fat, llca-lnfcstcd, family pets that hare no specific llfo work nnd aro too I lasy to do moro than eat tbo food that would keep a "proper" pig. Without saying anything of hydrophobia hydro-phobia as tho result of tbo bite ot a j mad dog, or many other grievance that could bo U forth, wo conclud that tho country la overrun with ue-lesa ue-lesa curs which nro a positive ex-penso ex-penso nnd nuisance to the very farmers farm-ers who keep them nnd wo think that 3ur rendu who give the matter a little lit-tle thuuchi will comu to tho same conclusion con-clusion and decldu that tho best (arm doc Is a "dead dog." laalulln Cow. To the Farmers' Itevlow: 1 hav. a 3ne pnituro of about sixty acre. It borders on a small liko containing toot!, pur water and having a saudy bore. Thirty acres It In timothy, the rrtt It low m.inli Itnd which pro-luces pro-luces good patturu In dry time, such it we have had during May nnd June. After barveat the cow aro turned Into Jje grulu floldt, where they teed until oil. 1 alwa yard my con ut nlcbL ( think It la better than turning Into tho pasture. J, II. Slauffer, Kandiyohi Count), Mluneaotn Tho milk Inspection law In the different dif-ferent state lire giadunlly getting Into ictlto operation It Is time. The coalitions coa-litions In tho largo cities where ther bavo been no lutpeitlou lawn aro very Dad. Kvou lu New York the enforcement enforce-ment ot tho law ha been so slack that Ihe milkmen had fallen Into tbo habit ot thinking they could dn ns they pleased. Hut ii-tently the Inspectors renewed thilr mthlly and a good many milkmen were caught with badly adulterated milk It U vniouraglng. however, to note lhat the majjrlty hid milk that c.imo up to tho xt.indnrd required re-quired by tho city law. Onu morning tight Inspector rouuded up all the milk that came In over tho Krlo Hall-road. Hall-road. Homo of tho dealers etldontly know tbclr milk to bo udtillcruttd, as ihey tried to drive away before th Inspectors rould stop them, liul they ran Into the arms of policemen that had been stationed near b) for that purpose In every case where th. men tried to drive away their milk wo tuund to be adulterated, which la proof that they knew what kind ot tuff thoy wore handling. It Is reported that na toon aa the milkmen got new a of th Inspection they stopped considerable quantities ot milk that had not been Drought across from Jersey City, as that waa outside of tho Jurisdiction ot the New York Inspectors. It la believed be-lieved that the adultvratlona In New York bar. been worse since tba bey.ln-aing bey.ln-aing ot tli preient drouth, the milkmen milk-men trying to offset short supplies by adding water. The Inspections may therefore be expected to be very closi from now on, and also Now York city I will find Itself decidedly abort In It. milk supply.