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fata ought u be measured by the
"Lock 7 Baldwin appear to hive
lMt sbout everything which hl nick
Poll tics give rise to more or lew re
Mark, bat one of the best things always
b get off la the fence.
Ib writing the history of the war
of course will take credit ror
120,000,000 in her accounts.
Mt submarine boat staying under
water six hour can't compare with
oroe of the Spanish warships In this re
spect. Tnere'a usually a dlffence in a man
Being dressed to kill In summer and
rotted for sleighing purposes In the
One effect of the war has been to con
vert a large number of accomplished
aval officers Into high-priced magazine
While comers and trade combines
hare fluctuated In this country, nothing
asore suggests ups and downs than the
Bsrmatlon of an elevator trust
Science has hit literature another
mash In the discovery that the lark Is
a lazy bird. Rising with the lark Is no
lancer a guarantee of getting up In the
Conversation has been accomplished
by the telephone at poinu 1.900 miles
apart. As a case of talking at great
length thi beau the Paris peace com
be would have Indicted au injury upon
the eouutry. through the hurt don to
Its IdeaK which cannot be measured
In money, while bis declining to make
merchandise of his patriotic achieve
ment will be a most useful example to
others, in more than one walk of life.
who may be eiposed to similar temptations.
At the age of 111 years the "oldest
... .. , i V. , 1 A t,.a
man in Vienna is awenu
and hearty, and able to enjoy a juse
and other good things of life, e
6 years old when Louis XVI. of France
was beheaded, IS when Trafalgar was
fought, and 50 when Queen Victoria
began the longest reign in British his
tory. Aud this is his philosophy of life:
"I never worried and I never grieved.
I worked until I was tired, and then
slept In unbroken rest until it was time
to work again. It Is those who sit
brooding over their misfortunes who
grow old before their time, and a whole
night's sorrowing has never put a cop
per Into any man's pocket or made a
misfortune lighter to bear." Concern
ing his personal habits, he says: "I got
drunk twice in my life once through
my own fault and once through the
fault of others; and I was so dreadfully
111 afterward that It was not difficult
to keep sober with that remembrance
on my mind." There are profound
truths In his philosophy which. If adopt
ed, would physically leuetlt evesy hu
PINCIO LCWfc M TCHiS.
' elect their
Uncle Sam's desire for more men and
toys for his navy Is probably based on
41m sound principle that he can't have
tee much of a good thing such as his
mavy has proved itself.
Andree's capital mistake was In fall
Bag to propel his balloon with the Keely
snotor. There would have been an eter
aal fitness In the union of those grand
taotraments of science.
The Klondike sends down $9,000,000
b gold for the year Instead of $20,000,
00, which was the estimated output.
Bat then the experience thousands of
Kkmdlkers have had Is worth the dif-
contemporary sounds this editorial
i of warning: "This town must build
houses or some of us will have to
with our mothers-in-law." There
Is mt than one way to Inaugurate a
Wordsworth's apostrophe to duty,
"Stern daughter of the Voice of Cod!"
Is made clear by a remark of Admiral
Sampson, quoted by I. X. Hollls, in his
essay, "The Navy In the War with
RnaJn." niilillilipd in the Atlantic. "In
a conversation last fall," writes Mr.
trolli "I siiL'L'csti'd a method of In
creasing the pay of officers as an in
fir continued good service
and study, and the Admiral said. 'No
that won't do. The word Inducement
is bad. You will get the best work out
of officers from a high sense of duty
and not otherwise.'" Xo increase of
pay nor prospect of prize-money would
have been an "Inducement" to Somers
and his crew, ninety-four years ago, to
sacrifice themselves In an effort to de
stroy the Tripolltan fleet The dwd of
Hoi won and his men, and that of Cadet
Powell, in waiting close under the
Spanish batteries iu a steam launch to
carry back the Merrimac's crew, were
not Induced by hope of pecuniary re
ward or even by the desire of promo
tion. Terrors were overawed by "a
high sense of duty." They were her
The Dboukhobortlans, or Russian
Quakers, a sect opposed to war and
fitting, feel obliged to emigrate to
America because of persecution due to
their peace attitude. Of course, the
Oaar la for universal peace, bat "agin"
the preaching of it
la a recent magazine article a travel
er tells a story of a Russian small boy
named Jzmlniscbishskl. When his
mother desires to call him she perhaps'
tost takes a pinch of snuff and sticks
Mr bead out at the door and awaits results.
When a man dies and provides In his
will that hi wife shall not marry again
a certain question is bound to Intrude
Itself. Is it because she Is so good that
m hate to divide her with any other
r because on his deathbed be Is
with a feeling of protective
philanthropy for those of his sex who
anna stay behind?
The tender of f20.O00.0O0 was regard
ed as an act of genuine litierallty on the
part of the United States, which was
In a position to force Its demands with
out the payment of any sum. It will
relieve Spain of a large share of the
Philippine Indebtedness, possibly all
when her creditors understand that re
fusal of these terms may result In
Spanish repudiation of the entire debt.
It la certainly in striking contrast with
the attitude of the average victorious
nation, which usually exacts the ces
sion of large territory and the payment
of a heavy money Indemnity besides.
The United States Instead of asking a
money indemnity tenders one. Instead
of demanding the cession of territory
where Its armies and navies have not
been It demands only the cession of
such territory as cannot be relinquish
ed without the country proving fills
to Its announced motives of humanity
Xot only has It proved true to It
pledges In this respect, but it has car
ried Its humane purposes so far as to
offer financial assistance to its ran
qulshed foe and admit It for a term o!
years to the trade of the Philippines or.
equal terms with Itself.
flow Pan Koasau Youth
Among the myriad charm bf Vitue
are the patches of fertility which spring
up here and thee .'tjid the sea of brick
and mortar. The m-ixt conspicuous of
these is tie I'im-Io ami Its surround-
ngs. II. -re nature has ably seconded
human skill, the .il.ti.nie ot the par
deus and I lie imiiiitwvitt view they af
ford make them unequalled by any
other nubile park. True, tueir area Is i
is small, but what of that? It brings
Its visitors ad the more In touch with
one another. And this Is the secret or
Its charm for the Romans, whatever
may be Its attraction for strangers.
For let the troth te told, the-I'iucio Is
the great flirting ground of Rome. Nor
should this horrify the reader. It Is In
tended en tout bieu tout honneur.
It 1r probable that the I'inclo sees the
Inception of half the marriages In
Rome. It Is a curious sociological fact,
but the explanation of It Is simple. It
has been eommcuted ujon by number
less writers that Italians are exclusive,
though not In the usually accepted
sense of the word. They are prover
bially open and friendly, especially to
strangers, toe commercial value of
whose visits to their land they appre
ciate. But th?s cordiality, even to their
own countrymen, has Its limit. Id no
country more than In Italy Is a man's
home his castle, and, except In the high
est circles and where there Is no pov
erty to be concealed, he is chary of bis
hospitality. This Is especially true of
Rome and Naples. Therefore, If
neither she nor her parents receive
many visitors, how is the Roman girl
of the hourgpolsc class who is not "in
society" to meet the Inevitable lover
for whose advent and her consequent
emancipation from parental tyranny
she longs more ardently than young
women usually do? The answer Is:
On Thursdavs and Sundays, when the
band plays (uncommonly well, by the
way), and the park Is In consequence
crowded to overflowing, the slgnortna
who Is the fortunate possessor of a be
coming costume dons It and demurely
accompanies her mother to the munic
ipal pleasure ground, where each ex
pends 10 centimes for the temporary
right to a comfortable cbalr ingenious
ly constructed as to be springy, though
fashioned entirely of Iron. If she be a
wise maiden, she will so maneuver
that the chairs will be placed ou the
main pathway where everyone must
pass. This belli.? achieved, she niny
await developments. And. if she have
pretensions to beauty, she will not lon 1
be left in anticipation. J he young
men who pass will gaze at her approv
ingly; and finally one. to whom she may
especially appeal, will detach himielf
from the crowd and take up his stand
lcfore her. Thus is Initiated the first
chapter of the romance. From that
moment without a word or sign.tnd
even with scarcely a look from heP. he
becomes her swain and faithful knight.
Week after week he Fees her at the
Plncio; he even follows her atwiut the
streets. Having ascertained her aliode
and her name, he generally soon man
ages to find a mutual friend who per
forms the Introduction. The rest Is
obvious. Or. If they do not hapiten to
have acquaintances in common, when
the silent love-making has progressed
far enough, a demand ror the ilamsel g
hand Is made directly to her parent
Then, as a sedate married couple, they
revisit together the scene of their woo
ing. This procedure, as I have said, is
extremely common, and is considered
proper among rcsctable members of
the middle class. I have been told that
marriages thus made turn out. as a
rule, as well as could be desired. New
York Commercial Advertiser.
fuiir ot i hem are alile to draw a two
wheeled cart with a driver and '.MO
pounds of merchandise, sixty or Seven
ty mile in a day.
That the great mountain chains
which corrugate the earth's crust are
the produ.-t of shrinkage has long been
N-heved. and it Is almost as well under
stood that the contmui have twen
developed by the mine process. P.ut
Prof. Suuler observes that until thirty
years ago It was common to suppose
that the alternations of. level which
enntirH-n'al areas have undergone had
been extreme, whereas now it K '!n- !
ed probable that they were compara
tively slight and that the general oit-
llnes of great land areas have ebatig 1
NOKSE INVASION mGAIN.
Brit lab Merchant Murine Slowly lielng
locaae1 hr the ? candinaviana.
England Is trembling before a second
Invasion of the Norsemen. The bold
sea rovers of the Scandinavian penin
sula are not coming down this time
with battle axes. They are going In to
knock outthe modern liriton In a pnu-e-ful,
commercial way. They are taking
oossession of Its merchant marine, ln-
tdlousiv and slowly, but. as some of
the British marine pHpers declare, sure
ly. The Hermans are next In numwrs
to the Scandinavians among the invad
According to recent statistics more
than 9.000 XorwegWts and Swedes are
ion the sea-goiug vessels of Commodore
very little for millions of years
A writer In Knowledge describes aj0bnltull. Many of these are petty of-
method for mounting the eye of a drag-1 fleers, and some are commanders. hat
on-fly In such a way that, with the aid the British marine papers do not like
of a microscope, photographs can be about the matter Is that the projiortion
made through the lenses of the Insect's
eye. The puotograptis tnus prouuecu
are multiple, because the eye of the
dragon-fly consists of a large number
of minute lenses distributed over Its
surface, each bringing the rays of light
to a focus independent of the others.
In fact every dragon-fly carries In Its
eye about 25,0'rtJ mluuie and perfect
lenses, each of which, when properly
manipulated. Is able to produce upon a
sensitive plate a photograph, micro
scopic In size, but sharp and distinct
PULLING TEETH AT SEA.
Dentistry and J'hyaic for Poor Jock
Tar While Afloat.
When a sailor ou a deep-water ship
of boys and young sailors recruited
smong the natives is decreasing. Iuj
1H there were 6.088 British boys audi
10.040 British young sailors iu the mer-j
chant marine; In there were 4,Mflj
hovs and 9.242 young sailors. The num
ber of boys of foreign birth Increased
from 059 in to S.T. in lS'x;. and the
number of young sailors of foreign
birth, mostly Scandinavian, increased
from 3.SH7 In 1SD1 to 4.214 iu 181',.
After lamenting the sltuatiou the Ixn
don Shipping World suggests a remedy
to make the merchant marine mote at
tractive to boys. It says:
"We must make It easy for decent
lads to become, and worth their while
to remain, seafarers. Some inducement
must ! offered to owners and mating
1 Pr-1 I
Te are sure yon do not.
Nobody wants it. But h cornea
to many thousands every year.
Itcome to those who heve bad
coughs and colds until the
throst is rsw, and the lining
membranes of the lungs ere
Inflamed. Stop your cough
when it first appears, end you
remove the great danger of
has a toothache he is likely to go to i nfl
the captain. The captain gives him i ,,,,.,., mus, hv orT(.rt.a to the
something out of the medicine chest to tf) hmye tne (liK.lj.r,.1,.l!,i,.n.-ss of
put iu his tooth, and ir mat M ,Ife on .,,,,,. It tnu
cure It iverhapa he pulls it It is a com
mon thing for sailors to pull their own
teeth. Their method is to put a string
around a tooth and pull It; but dental
forceps are carried on deep-water ships,
on some vessels a fair outfit of them.
A ship captain of long experience said
that In the course of his life at sea he
had pulled 200 teeth.
The ship's medicine chest on large
vessels is like a closet or cupttoard,
with a glass door, built in the ship. In
this cbe.it the medicine 'oottlcs, gilt
labeled, are arranged on shelves that
rise one alove another iu receding
tiers; it Is practically a well-appointed
little drug store. There Is supplied
w Itb the medicine chest a book explain
ing the uses of the medicines. The cap
tain is liUely to have some other lxxk
on medical subjects which be has read
and studied, and he Ls likely to have
had a good deal of experience before
attaining the rank of master of the
The sailors are generally healthy
men, but, when occasion requires, the
captain prescrilx's; be Is the physician.
Limits broken at sea are of course set
there, and there might lie circum
stances in which the captain would not
hesitate to perform a surgical opera
tion. New York Sun.
ffwed. mid without delay, whether the
state will not pay their apprenticeship
premiums and give them some prelimi
nary training, so that they may not
really be Incumbrances; ami. if so, th
state will have the right to see that
tbey are properly fed, clad and treated
and that their life ls not one dreary
round of deck-swabbing."
It seems unlikely that any remedy
can be devised which will prevent the
British Hhlj) owner and the shipping
master representing him from getting
the best saliors. young and old, for the
least money. The Scandinavian is a
cheap, obedient and clever seaman, and
he will continue to help man the ships
of Great Britain as long as her ship
owners want good profit and are forc
ed to compete with ships of other na
tionalities that have cheap crews.-New
stops cou&hs of s'l kinds. It
does so becsuse it is a sooth
ing and healing remedy of grest
power. This makes it the great
est preventive to consumption.
Put one of
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
Plasters over your lungs
A whmtm Atetea!
tfceaer F "
Ym liitir null l fttrp tnT !
(, w. wiil wud Jou lillMO madical
af acftoal Ad v lot F r.
W h tli MMMi.va irlrM of
,.r ih mot iiiirinl ihTMiian
In th l'nlll ! tnuual opfiof.
luiiitli- aud lung rnDre
H r.ntlj lit ti.m (or iriv..,ir r; II
H rtioi. Wcu (r..i H . rwio.l
II nuiiinto'i"" t,,m rKimll
II (iroippt r-pi. h",1t7l-.- I
Bernhardt' alleged Intention
C educating the public sounds slarm
taf. The divine Sarah has already con
tributed to that end by ber perfect
artistic production. To see ber act was
tm ttadf a lesson In technique. In eelf
esatroL In harmony. In perfect mastery
the material In band. Let hex be
emttefled with this. There U an Intrln
tkc ethical value in work as well done
m ken, whether tt la acting or boot-
The collapse of the effort to form a
I republic out of the Independent
of Nicaragua, Honduras and
la not an unexpected eonclu-
Thli la apparently due to the
of spontaneous public opinion.
The Government In each case ls a m li
ttery despotism, qualified only by the
Vportunlt that la afforded of starting
scvoitrUoos. So far as the common
people are concerned tbey have no
on to do with the regulation of pnb
tte affairs than they would have If tbey
i the subject of the Casr.
-I nrrer eheated an honest man"
w aaya a notorious "green goods" deal
er who recently finished a term In the
penlUmtUrr We eee no reason to doubt
Ca truth of this statement The man
offers counterfeit money for sale
: expect a rash of honest cue
Whetber be be a dealer In bo
gus currency or a mere pretender, ar
ranging to exchange blank paper for
towfal currency, bla customers know
ttet he la a rascal and they beMeve that
mm la f4af to sell them counterfeit
aaaey. Their object la to enrich thenv
aatrea fcy committing a felony..
No little significance attaches to th
repudiation by the students of Trince
ton of the custom of hazing. The laws
of college faculties may be broken with
Impunity upon occasion, the laws of the
student body never. Hazing Is now,
so to sneak, out of court. The final au
thority has deprived It of legal standing.
In the past It has been rather encourag
ed than hindered by faculty decrees. It
added zest to the hazing adventure to
feel that It was a challenge to profess
ors, as well aa a menace to freshmen.
Half the fun was In the risk, and stu
dent honor made heroes of the culprits.
They were applauded If they were suc
cessful In escaping the proctor and be-
came objects of deep sympathy If they
were detected and punished. But now
the man who offends Is offending
against that very student honor which
ls pledged to a new course. The facul
ty does not count at all. It Is still good
to defy its commands, and It lanertdy
lucky for certain of those commands
that they coincide with the higher law.
The action of the Princeton undergrad
uates Is In line with recent tendencies
at all our universities. For years the
feeling has been growing among the
students that bazlng was a cowardly
custom, (It sport for bullies and un-
wortiiy of gentlemen. Boys who en-
Joyed fair snd square class encounters
would have nothing to do witn the se
cret bulldozing espeflinona in wntcn
the outnumbered victims were given no
opportunity for defense. No doubt there
will be a general readiness to follow the
Princeton example which will be recog
nized everywhere aa creditable to the
la got Unit the offer af 00,000 made
t kirn by a leetnre bureau. Naval Oon
tttajganr Boheeei AM ealy what should
feajtv bee expected of an officer with
gt rwerl of manly gad heroic aerrice.
Ce aay net content with the neaurancs
tSag, fegg he leidea it we
Brisk up are'a Aoto 'reph.
The rarent sinographs In the world
are prolwbly Sun kspea re's. Only seven
are claimed to exist. Three stgiKMiiree
to bis will (two of which are doubtful),
two to conveyances of property, one In
the folio edition of hi plays (donlnfu!)
and one In a translation of Montaigne.
This last In the British Museum asaf
cost over 300 guineas.
A iheen-kllllng dog seldom kills shap
at borne. .
Nearly everyone believes be la won
if ! death. .
Every language contains such names
as cuckoo, peewit, whippoorwlll and
others In which the sound emitted by
the animal Is Imitated as the name.
The beautiful colors seen In the soap
bubble arise from the fact that the bub
ble, being very thin, reflects light from
both the outer aud inner surfaces of
While lightning may be seen and Its
Illumination of clouds and mist may
be recognized when It Is even 200 miles
distant, thunder Is rarely audible more
than ten miles. The thunder from very
distant storms, therefore, seldom reach
es the esr.
It has been shown that, sere for sere,
water Is capable of supplying a much
greater quantity of nitrogenous food
for man than land can supply. The cul
tivation of water areas Is called aqtil
culture, snd Its products. In contradis
tinction to those of agriculture, are
fish. crab, oysters, clams aud other
edible marine animals.
A very pretty line or experiments Is
carried out by Hosting bicycle balls In
mercury and bringing a strong magnet
near them. They arrange themselves
symmetrically under the Influence of
the stresses, snd assume very curious
positions, veryiug with their numlwr
and the Intensity of magnetization. It
is a var sr t - evu'r
known as Mayer's needles. In which
needles were floated In water by bits
of cork snd were subjected to the In
fluence of a msgneL
The sacred oxen of Ceylon are de
scribed by a recent writer, The largest
specimen never exceeds thirty Inches
In belgbt. The Marquis of Canter
bury has one presented to him Id I1.
which la now about ten years of age,
nod only tiveu:y-two luetics tall. Not
withstanding their stnallness they sre
Tory useful In Ceylon, where, It la said.
To Ponto and Pu.
Hereafter ,tbe aristocratic dogs and
cats of New York will' lie interred in a
cemetery reserved especially for tbelr
use. The canine cemetery, as It Is
called, is a very well kept park of three
acres In llartsiiaie. a nas tunn pro
vided by a woman conspicuously fond
of animals. The graveyard Is not a
potter's field, and a Bxed system of fees
Is charged tor each interment. 1 he
prices are five dollars for a single In
termetn for cats and small dogs and
$S for a large dog. The burial idols,
if one wished to buy them outright,
cost ten dollars or fifteen dollars, ac
cording to their size and location.
When a plot Is purchased the owner Is
allowed to bury several pets In the
same grave. The graves are marked
at present by wooden shingles care
fully numbered and stuck up at the
beads of the mounds. Several tomb
stones, however, are building by local
stonecutters, which will commemorate
the names and deeds of the pets. The
Hartsdale canine cemetery Is the only
one in this country. It Is modeled
after the famous dog cemetery of au
don, where thousands of dollars have
been expended Id tombstones and dec
orations. Feeling the Kartb'a Poise.
The fauclful notion which men used
sometimes to eutertaiu that the earth
Is, lu some sense, a living thing would
probablr have derived support from
the recent observations of Professor
John Milne and others on the shivers
and quivers that frequently run
through Its rocky frame, but escape
notice except when watched Tor with
specially constructed and exceedingly
delicate apparatus. Professor Milne
reports that apparatus of this kind has
now been mounted In Canada, British
Columbia, the United States, South
Africa, New Zealand. Java, India and
Argentina, as well as In England and
at various places on the continent of
William Dean Howells is writing a
novel for Harper's Magazine.
Richard Le Gallleniie has written a
entitled "The Vludi-
WHISKERS U YEP
A Mmturmi Blmok by
rtloa M null of all 4 roar tnu or R. P. IUU O.
Oold In the Vatican.
The gold contained In the medals,
vessels, chains and other objects pre
served in the Vatican would make more
gold coin than the whole of the present
No t'lty Councils There.
Under the laws of China the mn
who loses his temper In a dlsciisxlon Is
sent to Jail for Ave days to cool down.
We have noticed that when birds on
hats are not lu fashion, the women are
more nerce at ineir nicemigi in ue
nounclng the killing of songsters to dec
volume of verse
cation of Eve."
Julia Ward Howe, although in her
eightieth year. Is still mentally vigor
ous, lecturing, attending conventions,
A volume of verses, containing some
flftv miciiis written during the last
Ihlrtv years. Is issued
It Is rumored that Queen Victoria I
seriously considering the advlsalilil'y
of publishing a third Installment of ber
"My Park Hook." by Annie Nathan
Meyer, is a collection of scattered
thoughts on outdoor life aud kiudred
George W. Cable Is at work on a
novel, "The Cavalier," which will draw
upon his experiences as a soldier In the
Authors are busy these days. James
Lane Allen Is engaged upon a novel so
long that It will not appear before the
early part of next summer,
John Kendrhk Bangs Is writing
"Olympian Nights' 'and a child's book.
"Memoirs of Santa Claus," may be
looked for with the new year.
Clement Scott Is publishing a book
of short tales entitled "Madonna Mia.
ami Oiuer Stories." This Is the drst
Action Mr. Scott has published In vol
Henry Savage I .a odor's book describ
ing bis travels aud tortures In Tibet
will be called "Iu the Forbidden Land,"
and will be published lu America by
Harper & Bros.
Rider Haggard has appeared among
reformers as an anti-flntivaccluation-M.
He has wrkten a novel about a
doctor who, while himself vaccinated,
preached a crusade against It for other
people. They followed bis advice, with
Rose A. Cliarlltte has written "An
Arcadian Romance," describing the
people and scenes of Evangeline's eouu
try In a very Interesting manner.
One of Ir. Holmes amusements was
taking amateur photographs. In pre
sentmg these to bla rr lends, he wrote
on the bark: "Taken by O. W. Holm
At acfcsd by Humming- lilrda.
In the island of Minora, one of the
Philippines, the humming birds are
pugnacious little creatures. An Amer
ican bunting pirty had a novel ex
perience with them. Oneol the hunt
men wandered off from bis comrades,
but soon bis screams were heard.
Thousands of the humming birds bad
attacked him, and wounded him in
hundred of spots on his face snd neck.
When rcued be was streaming wttb
Oat 21 I -a Inches I,ona
TheOat marvel wast will MiO.dOO each
long hemls per acre wciirh? lo.WSO lbs.
4m) Bushels! Such a yield pays Uigl
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toes Jl.tfJ a l (C B.
Living by one's wits has Ufa recoin
mended is an anil tm remedy
Hoinetlilng err Soothing.
There is something very soothing In
the use of St. Jacobs Oil for the cure of
Neuralgia. It soothes the pain, while It
strengthens and restores the weak
oerves to a natural condition. It la
prompt and sure.
A charitable girl never given bar
rival's age away.
-LetwraHf la ma ailaatas, Sai
atwrattot la ma ailaatas, Sa
1 far arflU trial Mctac. aaMor
Dratiwa. paa Has al piitaall
When a man wants to bo particularly
entertaining In company, the only Jokes
and stories he can recall are those best
suited to men only.
A traveling man's honeymoon lasts
four times aa long as that of the avr
age man, for the reason that he la not a
i home so often.
Thou y hi He Meant Kuairn(l ra.
Mrs. Kecley, the veteran Engll-d
actress, tens an anecdote or a young
actress who, lu Die play. Is a boy. She
la taken before a Judge, who asks stern
ly: .now, wuere are your accoin
pUeesT" And the young aclreaa, by a
bappy thought. Imtwovcd on the author
and answered In artless tone: "I don't
wear any. Tbey kwp up without"
The man who Is dlaaatlsfled wttb bW
work la never ..
FOR 14 CENTO
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aaw eawiaaftarm, ad baaat
ru. hivi aaaMk.
Iaa Llaliia a i
i-ahlarala ri I
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laal m4 HaaTl alaJcwaa, aaa
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i in-tta rour iraitaatit haawaSaa aa
m onra irr ! ' a 4a raa will aa
C-r aat along vtlaaai laaai. Oa. S
a a4 an. aa a a la. fata- n
la at ei.ee a kak milium ft
Urn Scant. Na. C-M. VP
tmmn a. stUraarr
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