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I ask her if she love me.
She .shakes her head, and when
1 turn to leave the sweetly smiles.
And lures ne back aaiu.
"Alas! you love another!'
In angry tones I say :
She nous, but as 1 turn to leave
She sweetly Lids ir.c stay.
With nut.-trctchc.i irnis I ofTer.
My love my a!l to her.
And seek to clasp her. but she cries :
"Stand back! How dare you. sir?"
With sinking her.rt arid hopeless
I turn once i;Kre. and U !
I hear a soft, sweet voice that says :
"1 wish you wouldn't go."
I throw my arms around her.
And press her to my heart.
And. after whi'c when he gets time,
Si;c says: "Von think vuu'rc smart!"
S. E. Kiser.
Limitatlcns of Miss Lane.
ET JTLH VALENTINE POND.
Copyright. incl. tr Iai!y Story Pub. Co.)
x. man and a girl that most anci.nt
of combinations with Its end'ess
chain cf possibilities are seated side
by side on a bank of coarse grass and
gray boulder, lcokir.s seaward. The
old duel of the sexes has been waging
between them for the best part of aa
hour, but as yet neither party has
been worsted. There are no seconds,
unless a small boy disporting himst.f
in the middle distance could so be
counted. At any rate be serves as a
eort of time-rest to the conversation,
occasionally drawing the attention of
the pair to himself by the narrowness
of his escapes from bodily injury. His
efforts are directed toward fixing a
flagpole on a tree in honor of the ap
proaching Fourth of July. Dr. Randall
hazard- the prophecy that one of tbesa
days Jack Hughes will kill himself.
"Not he." says Miss Lane cheerful
ly; '"but I wish he'd come down. 1 love
Loys who want to do dangerous things,
but I can't bear to sec them at it."
"Ycu'.e simply." be says, "the most
feminine woman I've met."
"And is thiit why you like me?"
"One of the whys. There are others."
"I den't think I like the obvious,"
returns Miss Lane. "It is as bad to :e
labeled feminine as being called swett
or gciod-cearie J."
"You couldn't be the first without
being the two lat. Why, I wonder, do
women gird so at belonging to their
own sx? Do you ever hear a man o'j
jcot to be.r.g called a manly fe.Iow?"
"I deny that we do gird at it. It is
rnly the cever getting beyond cce's
limitations. Sr.prose one is a primrosj
by a rivtr's b:im; you don't want :o
be that and nothing more. It is the
eternal fern. nine 1 object to."
The man smiles beneath the shelter
cf his Lat br.m.
"Getting beyond your limitations."
be sajs. "confessedly out of your
depths. Who apjears to advantage,
ipan or woman, in that situation?"
"What tre a woman's limitations?"
impatiently. "I mean, cf course, your
idea of them. I know ail men have a
eut-ar.'-(ir.eJ theory on the subject,
ready for ue at a mouient s notice."
"i-v.ucnt.y you agree with Hardy's
peasant that 'men a.re a very poor
cla. s of soc.ety." "
"Do 1?" slie laughs. "Ask any of the
women over there" pointing in the
direction o: the little summer settle
ment across the hiil "they will tell
you XILs Lane is never so Lappy ai
fcen sue Las a man tagging at her
"And you deny that your sex is
"That isn't spiteful, after p.I, per
haps." ruefully. '"I dare say it Is on.y
-1 Have No Patience," began Miss
true. I do like them I." lamely, "have
always been .-.ccustomed to them."
"Don't annihilate me for saying
therein lies the chief chrm of the
"Oh! no. You're welcome to your
opinion. I believe I even asked for it."
"You did. You said, 'What are wom
an's limitations?' And you accused me
of having a cut-and-dricd answer. But
you d'dn't wait for it. I was about to
cay I'd never found a woman's limi
tations." "Then," calmly. yor were about t
tell an untruth. There was never yet a
man who hadn't set the boundary for
his felloe -woman."
"You don't mind if 1 smoke?" She
nods permission, "I admit there are
Just one or two walks in life over
which it 13 written 'Verboten ru
i:;gang,' to a woman."
"Well, medicine and the law, to be
gin with. As a doctor I have it on my
conscience to have dissuaded at least
three young women from becoming
The silence that follows this state
ment becomes fairly ominous.
"I have no patience" begins Miss
L'ne at last, "'with a man no respect
for one who sayj! such a thing as
that. I am sorry I really thought
better of you." She rises to her full
height, which is not a great one. but
gives her unfair advantage over her
prone combatant, who sits up physic
ally and metaphorically.
"I am awfully sotry." apologetical
ly, picking up a fallen hatpin; "1 didn't
mean to hurt your feelings. I couldn't
tell I was treading on sacred ground.
A Bag cf Familiar Patterns.
Somehow one doesn't associate you
w.th any of thoe pursuits. You are
"So feminine," she interjects scorn
fully, "but I ean't help that."
"No. thank heaven," devoutly.
A gleam of mirth steals into her
eyes, and she reseats hcr.-e'.f.
"Oh. what is the use?" Ehe cries. "I
thought years ago I had learned to
control myse.f. I know and love so
man' splendid women who are nurses,
and my be.-t friend." firmly, "is a doc
tor a woman doctor. So it hurts me
to the quick to hear your easy con
tempt for them."
"But you mustn't think for an in
stant that I feel a contempt for them,
f sides I am only a man in a thous
and." "Yes," she says, wih a catch of her
breath, "it really doesn't matter what
' Oh! but I hope it does just a little.
It matters so much to me. I have only
known you a short month, but there
are times when time doesn't count.
Surely, you know I love you"
Suddenly across his speech there
breaks a child's cry or terror. Turning
sharply he sees little Jack Hughes fall
heavily from the high tree where he
has fixed the flag. Moved by a common
impulse the man and girl go tearing
down the hill together without a word.
Miss Lane kneels by the boy and
with her tar to his breast listens to
the faint heart-beats that assure her
life is still there.
"I'd give a good deal for my surgic
al bag just now," 6ays Dr. Randall
when the boy has been laid on his own
bed in the cottage where Miss Lane's
summer has been spent. "There's an
ugly fracture here that needs looking
to at once. Let me see," and he glances
about to discover some impromptu
means to wrest to his own ends.
Miss Lane stands irresolute for a
brief moment, then is out of the room
in a flash. When she appears 1t is with
a bag of familiar pattern wherein is
found all that is needed to the sur
"This," she says coloring. "I happen
ed to know was in the house."
Miss Lane watches him approvingly
in silence as long as all goes smooth
ly, but when a cry of agony breaks
from the child. "Don'l you think"
she says. "Just a whiff or two." he
answers with perfect comprehension,
and in a few moments Jack is lulled
off on the blessed fumes of ether.
When all is well over and they stand
together on the porch outside Jack's
little room in the falling twilight.
Miss Lane somehow finds herself in
Dr. Randall's arms.
"I am glad that man. proud man.
never dissuaded you from becoming a
t j jl
trained nurse," lie snys. "Jack would
have fared badly today if between us
we hadn't surprised your set-ret."
"I have been a doctor for two years."
says ?.Iiss "Lane demurely. Then, after
a pause, she adds with a little smile,
"I was to have been one of the lights
of orthopedic surgery."
"Was to have been?" he echoes, as
he draws her closer to him. "Why,
foil," she returns briefly. 'I hope I
know my own limitations."
OVER THE PRECIPICE.
Lady Bur I U-li4 to Place
The perils of mountaineering arc
well set forth by Miss Isabel Savory
in "A Sportswoman in India." She says
of the entrance of Kashmir: "Many of
the paths were barely three feet wide
in places, with a cliff above on one
side, and a precipice below on the oth
er. They were the roughest tracks, and
one tame to vast rocks and had to fol
low a sort of staircase up them."
Miss Savory relates a personal experi
ence on one of these dangerous paths:
Slowly Sphai (my horse) clambered up
the path until we were nearly at the
top The last. little bit was much steep
er. On the left a wall of rock rose per
pendicularly above our heads; on the
right the narrow path broke off into a
sheer precipice down to the gorge far
below. Making an effort up the last
steep bit, Sphai dug his willing toes
into the rock and broke into a jog. His
hind foot loosened a rock, and hLs foot
went over with it. Instantly there was
no time to think I felt both his hind
legs go over. At the s?lfsame moment
I threw myself off the saddle to the
path. I do not know I never shall
know how I did it. I kept hold of the
reins, and for a second, kneeling on
the path, clung to them, Sphai's head
on a level with me. his two poor fore
legs clattering hopelessly on the path,
while with his strong hind quarters he
fought for a minute of life, trying to
dig his toes into some crevice in the
precipice. It was only a second. I was
powerless to hold him up. Right oTer
backward he slowly went, with a long
heave. I saw the expression in his poor,
imploring eyes. A hideously long si
lence and then two sickening crashes,
as he hit rock after rock. A pause, and
a long, resounding roar from the rocks
at the bottom of the gorge. Sphai lay.
literally smashed to pieces down be
low. The whole awful scene has been
a nightmare many a time since. But
! for the man's Faddle, which allowed
me to slip off, the rocky gorge would
j have held us both. Youth's Compan
FnclDifr "Cot the O'd lady."
The president of an Eastern railroad
! tolls of an engineer of a fast freight
! train who called on him one day and
asked him to prevent a deaf old woman
from walking on the tracks along one
section of that division. Several times
the engineer had barely missed run
ning over her, and he was terrified lest
a fata! accident should happen to her.
"The only way to prevent a deaf per
son from vt' Icing on the track." said
Mr. Underwood, "would be to cut his
legs off." "That is just what I will do
fcr my deaf old lady if you cannot
stop her," replied the engineer. In
vestigation showed that she was ac
customed to go to a summer hotel to
sell baskets and embroidery, and that
the railroad afforded her a short cut to
her destination. She was remonstrated
with, but it did no good. "And. do you
know," said Mr. Underwood, "she was
finally run over. That very engineer
called on me, with tears running down
his cheeks, one day. and reported: "I've
got the oid lady at last, sir.' "
Tho VCut of Sfrty.
Unless a cyclist is a "scorcher" there
is no r.eed, generally speaking, to make
any ePo t to avoid him. He will look
out for the collisions. A lady was
crossing the street when she aaw a bi
cycle rider coming toward her. She
stopped, thtn dodged backward, and
! as he had swerved in order to piss
behind her there was a collision, and
both took a fall, but neither was much
damaged. "If you hadn't wabbled, sir."
she said angrily, as he assisted her to
rise, this wouldn't have happened!"
"Neither would it have happened,
madam," he replied, "if you hadn't
wabbled, or if you had wabbled in a
'. contrary direction from my wabble.
It was our concurrent and synchroro .s
! wabbling, so to speak, that caused it."
Then the cyclist, a college professor,
doffed his tap, mounted his wheel and
rrl lis No Snmmer Rain.
There is no rain in Fe.sia duing the
summer months, and the land i bar
ren except where there are streams of
water for irrigation. The mountain
streams are conducted in an u ider
ground channels,' formed by dig-in
' pits, about thirty feet apart, and tun
j neling from one to the cthe :. This
prevents the evaporation o' th? wt r
by the sun. and at the snme time
usually finds a clay l ot om si t-at
there is not so much lost by absor'-ti in
and leakage. Little channels b anch
off from time to time, ?nd bring some
of the water to the surface, where it is
; carried about in little ditches, to water
Th nnrr n1 Hamilton Families.
Mrs. Elzabeth Burr Hamilton, said
to be the last member of the seventh
generation cf the Burr family, who
died at Bridgeport, Conn., at the age
cf 90, was the fifth cousin of Aaron
Burr, the third vice president of the
! United Fiates, who killed Alexander
Hamilton the lawyer and statesman,
in a duel In 1S04. Her death recalls the
, fact that, though the families of Burr
i and Hamilton were the most bitter en
' emies at the beginning of the last cen
tury, love found a way 32 yeari after
the famous duel to bring the families
together again by the marriage of
Elizabeth Burr and Alexander Hamil
ton in 1S"6.
Antl-Tuherenlo Ilp- nuariM.
The first of the anti-tub?rcu:rsis
: dispensaries in Paris was inaugurated
! in the Rue Mercadet, in the Montmar
' tre district, last week. The object cf
the "work is more preventive than cur
; ative. Poor people are examined f ee
of charge. If tuberculous is f und, the
proper initial treatment and advice are
given to them. This institution is due
nrincipally to rrivnte initiative.
UNlVEnSlTY Or NOTRE DAME.
'otro Dame, Indiana.
We call the attention of our
readers to the advertisement cf Notre
Dame University, one cf the great ed
ucational institutions of tLe Wet.
which appears in another column of
this paper. These of our readers who
may have occasion to look up a college
for their bous during the coming year
would do well to correspond with the
president, who will send them a cata
logue free cf charge, as well as all par
ticulars r"arding terms, courses of
There i3 a thorough preparatory
school in connection with the univer
sity, in which students cf all grades
will have every opportunity cf prepar
ing themselves for higher studies, the
Commercial Course, intended for
young men preparing for business,
may be finished in one or two years
according to the ability of the student.
St Edward's Hall, for boys under thir
teen, is an unique d?partment cf the
institution. The higher courses are
thorough in every respect, and stu
dents will find every opportunity of
perfecting themselves in any line of
work they may choose to select. Thor
oughness in class work, exactness in
the care of students, and devotion to
the' best interests of all. are the dis
tinguishing characteristics of Notre
Fifty-seven years of active work in
the cause of education have made this
institution famous all over the coun
try. What is public opinion? An echo,
for every man, of his own opinion.
If Tmi wish beautiful. Hear, white clothes
list- "l.Vd rts liull Blue. Largw J. oz.
,u-kuc, 5 cents.
Nothing can get square with an
ill-natured woman but a good-natured
When in doubt use Wizard Oil for
pain; both suffering and doubt will
vanish. Your doctor and druggist
Most women would rather be called
stvlish than sensible.
SCZGDQ3T Toelh Pcwdsr 25c
Nature's Priceless iipmrdv
DB.O. PHELPS BROWN 5
! Ciirt- Throunn the PorM
FheuT.dt sm, Keura
nia. V?.k Back. So-ams,
Burns, Sores and all Pain.
it ti- oMt not -U U. m-iiU
mt hi liaiii-, aril fcr your
tnuii.l-. -e will Eros
Rer.cl You a Iriai T I CCt
uit;tDr.0.f.IIruvti,t(a E wt .He-wlnii.f t. Y.
IK 3 OR 4 YEARS
If you tnke up your
home in Wt-sttm Can
ada. thf land of pi' nty.
p.viut' PxpericucOK of
farmers u ho have he
roine wt-alihy in (.to
inir nheitt. reports of
delvpates. etc. .and fu2!
iijiorciuuon as to reduced runway rates cuu be
huil oil upplicatioti to the Suirt-rinwndc.nt cf
uiiuiia. or 10 VV V. liemicu, bOl Ise-w Y
is solved for you when yoc fir your M heel
with G : J Tires. Full of Hie and speed
eay ta repair when punctured durable and
. always satisfactory. Just the kind to rxznd
hard service on country roads. As" your
local agent or write us lor catalogue.
a & J TIRE COMPANY,
t ornriaiiv omer. The arove
have ue'retoture uet-d them,
Da '!mi m
IE PROBLEM t
ySSSSWf) KewYorr- yEwETTcr.-Aj.-D, I3I JfeA s-
S?Ci5 r'ND txccLLENT 5CRV,CE 0N THE THROUGH TRAINS OF THS r!tt t
N 'iZtS&TK THIS GREAT CENTRAL RAILWAY SY3TEM Or AMERICA C0MPBI3M THE sV rt
Z i jt-. . ' 1 " 'x'.Vy - . Kkalca Crtiml, Uxmfm alter. JT OUSTJEClX
I C'i!'''' torOIM BILES" Tta -fTZl .l,fi
I I kJfPWS f XwioL mcaoo.ST.wt. -sT S J
i I f" XA l K SSSl---,fS:;) POLAND SPRING HOUSE, MAINE. . ?V
fZ. 1 f6 ."r1: V'S with Bfwcil cure from flmt quality celei'tec
K-'jf ' iz Kti'ZiZ ately tested for evenness and trxtili
I'- 4r'--rjil;Sjf leave Jai-iory. hint it Is sii!ifiv Tte.-.t i
WS alilliSSiiSitf iwluc la Uta market. X. Si. BulwrW buu
ivliut la tli baravel. X.
Scripture Hark of the Kirhrr.
The Chicago News points out that
the use of the word "kick" in the
sense of protesting or complaining has
the authority of the Bible. In I. Sam
uel, ii:23, Jehovah is made to say:
"Wherefore kick ye at my sacrifice
and mine offering, wfcuch I have com
manded in mine habitasion?"
Schlatter In Mow Dr. I'hki. McLean.
Schlatter, the bogus Messiah and di
vine healer, now registers at a Sioux
Falls hotel as Dr. Charles McLean. He
formerly professed to work miraculous
cures without compensation; now he
claims to have drawn a fla.OOO fee
from Richard Croker, the Tammanv
Ac acre of bananas will produce, in
weight, 133 times as much as an acre
of wheat. Banana flour is coming into
use. Brewer3 are experimenting with
bananas as a substitute fcr barley.
From the fiber of the plant rope, can
vas and thin clothing are being made.
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH, the only 1G cz. package for
11 cents. All other lO-ent starch con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Institutions are garments, the older
they are the better they fit.
ARK Vol It I I.OTMI s F Ir-i
T'se Cro-s Hn'l I Hie and n iil t tbeni
white aain. Larire 2 oz. I'JirUio. . tents
The true lioeral suffers his neigh
bor to be illiberal In peace.
Ask your grocer tor DEFIANCE
STARCH, the only 36 oz. package ror
10 cents. All other 10-eent starca con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or monej' refunded.
Young men are very apt to tell
what secrets they know from the van
ity of having been trusted.
Mrs. tVinf'own inothin? jroo.
7PVT rhCUren iert'n? Mficn-t th z-'irs, rvdurrp 1
Cuuuuuii, alatyo pa.n, cure wind cuiic 2..C a butu
When respect disappears so does
everything else worthy of respect.
f,-Nt dy M- 'f ftiiitr it l.rrai NVnn Hu.tT.
Semi tor FKEE ,J.OO I i, i.tri m: :rratie
Many people resemble
smooth, slippery and fiat.
I Co not rl'.ev" P:o"s Cure for Consumption
has ld eyual for rou-.s and tolas. Juhx F
IioYEii, lriuity Spnnrs. In::.. Feb. 6, lima
To be without eDemies is to be un
worthy cf having friends.
nail's Crtarrli Cm re
Is a constitutional cure. I'ric-e, 75c
Some people never accomplish any
thing because they have too much pa
tience with themselves.
The Omaha office of the Remington
Typewriter Co., at No. 1619 Farnam
St., are circulating an attractive and
i-.nique folder representing a train of
cars, giving the car marks of the dif
ferent roads and the number of type
writers used by each. It can be had
by asking for it.
All that is best and purest in a man
is but the echo of a mother's bene
diction. CKEATLY KEDl'lEO KATES
WABASH It. K.
J13.00 Buffalo and return Jin.OO.
$.11.00 New York and return J31.00
The Wabash from Chicago will sell
tickets at the ab.e ralt-s daily. Aside
from these rates, the Wabash run
through trains over its own rails from
Kansas City, ft. Louis and Chicago and
offer many Fjt-c5al rates during the
summer months, allowing; stopovers at
Niagara Falls and Buffalo.
A Fk vour nearest Tic ket Agent or nd-
j dress Harry K. Moores. General Agent.
Pass. Dept., Omaha. Neb., or C. S.
Crane, U. f. & r. a., sm. iouip, -mo.
Ask your grocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH, the only 10 cz. package for
10 cents. All other 10-cent Ftarca con
tains only 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
TO PINOER TWINE USERS: It nfird u jrr.t plnr to quote price,
for iuj iuii. -us uud wrll ki.mo K'aues -l liiai.er Tiue u tullo:
FURr WHITEllsAL, PER LB 7'tO
STANDARD. FEft LB ...7"0
MANILA. PER LB 9,C
GIRAFFE MANILA MIXED, PER LB
These price are 1 r any quauilty not vta than a 50 pound bale, tree on board
cars, M.iini-MiMiUe. Mlnu.. auu are nut aubjeet to d!ouuL Ternm: Cash to ac-
are our unerriipi 1 iu-. pronounrea ny an vun
tube the BEST IS THE W"F.L1. Tfey ere prepared
ted lietnp. every ball Deme separ-
iie Btrencii oemre i-eiuc auuweu w
t ana Im riuiiMi f he v rv bet lndlne
ii. Bulcru' bupplj Uuutti Minni ajwila, Mluu.
GIVE VALUABLE ADVICE
TO SUFFERING SISTERS.
Peruna the Great Tonic Cures
Catarrhal Dyspepsia cf
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Miss Kathleen Grahf.3. 1459 Florida
Ave.. N. W. Wi-sh.. D. C. writes: "At
the solicitation cf a friend I wis ad
vised to uzn reruna and after the use
of one bottle for dyspepsia I felt almcst
entirely cured. I take pleasure in rec
ommending your remedy to anyone
who needs an invigorating tonic."
Dr. S. B. Hsrtizisn. President of The
a prominent authority on women's cz
many cases cf female catarrh at make
months. Advice free. Address Dr. .
3 b f Vf I a h-AU i
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Stock in th United States. Liberal ComaiUsb ns p-U. C ash udvaacud wecVIr. Wriij
today Xr particulars, eivins references. OregOfl NllfSery CO.y Salem, Oregon
il EXPOSITION BUFFALO EAST
Lake Shore & Michigan Southern Ry.
full particulars on application to F. M. BYRON. General Western Agent. CKICAGO
AntronoiDj- Make Them I.n? l.trel.
At a meeting of the Astronomical
Society of France the well known as
tronomer, M. Flammaricn. said that
by calming the human passions the
study cf astronomy seemed to have a
very beneficial influence. At any rate
the French astronomical society, com
posed of about 2. 500 members, pos
sessed one member 103 years of age,
a dozen over 10 and a very large num
ber who had already been their bOtb.
Owing to the existence of a scarlet
fever epidemic in Keene. N. 11., the
local bank now sterilizes all the money
which passes through its hands. The
notes and coins are placed in a gal
vanized iron oven, lined with asbestos
and heated by means of a Hur.sen
burner. A thermometer is provided to
show the interior temperature at all
times. The oven is heated to 'M0 de
grees when in use.
There have been as great souls un
known to fame as any cf the most fa
mous. To sre peril saves neither a man nor t
a nation; the abyss attracts. '
Ask your crocer for DEFIANCE
STARCH, the only 16 or. tackage fur
10 rents. All other 10-eent starcn eon
tains cn!y 12 oz. Satisfaction guaran
teed or money refunded.
Of old there was society, today we
have only crowds. 1
For Ills reculiar to Women,
Feruna is an Invaluable
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Miss Florence Allan.75 Walton
Chicago. 111., writes: "As a tonic for a,
worn out system l'eruna Btnndi at th
head In my estimation. It3 effrcta ari
truly wonderful In rejuvenating th
entire system. I keep it on hand all th'
time and never have that 'tired feeling
es a few dones always makes me fee!
like a different woman." Florence Al
lan. Harimn Ssritsrlum. Columbrrs. Ohio,
tan Hal diseases will take charge of es
application to him durinz the $ummr
li. tlartmaa, Columbus, Ohio.
NATURAL-BORN SALESMEN. Hard-
Working and thoroughly fcHaoto
mn to sell tho best-growvn nursery
THE UNIVERSITY CF KOTBE JAKE.
j NOTRE DAMC, INDIAN).
! Classics. Letter. V.c nnra'c nrtj l!itorv,
JnunuHfm, Art. Science, rhrrcy. Ijw,
Civil, fii-cii.nicsJ Hud L.eCtrtcaJ l.n.lncrnn-.
Thorough Prcrarctnrjr and Cnmrrierc':.
Course. t;TleK)ah! icul ki udf h' b at -rTii!l ru-.
Wor.m. t-ree. Jurioror Sii r Year. ffi.M-riuia)
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