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THE HMD CLOUD CHIEF, FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1805.
jnnT KIDNEY. LIVERS W
The Spring: Tonic
Jtakcs thin, l'. l 1I' pcoplo well and strcmir.
Cure the butt after rllwti of thU trying- cpl
dcuilmitiil lentoreikut vlnoraml Uallty.
Scu'inn. wnifiiln, m ilarla, pltiiplcM. blotches.
ContlHillon nil run down, los of nmliltlon
Ittlll Illctll0, Ill-r OIMIH.S.S, thill tinl HlcOplcSS.
(IlrimcUlM .i( rciil" mill $1.00 Mzc.
inHlll' oulili to HmIIIi" fm-(Vn.iilUtlon free.
1)11. K I I.M Kit &.-!)., IIINMIAMTO.N.ft. .
v. .' mn.Mii.
Mimic U'l:ohniii(! Adtlvc.
To "tide oviir a period of ca'ninilty"
BftoniH to lo tho groat question. Tlio
ubuhI rnmcdioH t) moot Btich d'atresHtiro
nil directly calculated, not only to aggra
vate It wlion It exists, but to croato It.
llii'Bo rotnedioi are chnritublo relief,
cliarltalilo work, ami when tho evil lie
coini'H ho groat a to attract public at
toution, relief by public works. Ono
cause of tho ovtl to be remedied being
improvidence, porsoiiH who tiro naturally
diBinclined to provide for tholr future
wants are encouraged to wutinuo that
curne by tho tins iranco that boiiio ono
eUo will provide for them, while- those
who have ntriigxicil to protect thorn
Helves ugiiinat want are discouraged b
finding thoiniotves no bottor oil than
their thriftier neighbors. It is hard to
comprehend that those who, in good
tiini'M, wein hard up and yot patronized
the Baloou mid the dealer in tobnecoaud
cigiirn, now that a natural calamity, ami
one which wan bevond their power to
vert, ban come upon thorn, that they
Bhould fltill persist in leading a life of
diBHip.itum, while they genii beggars to
provide for them, furnishing them aid
in tho form of tobnujo, whiskey and
canned fruit. Wo have heard, it 1b no
doubt true, that there are young mon In
Carlleld township who, having been
married but a few months or weeks, you
Blight Bay, nro and have been on tho aid
list for bouio time, and yot those same
young men are never able to bo Been
without an old pipe in their mouth, un
less it is on Biich occasions us when they
Lave their face tilled with .). T. Again,
tho joueg men of Uarlleld are nb.iut on
an average with other townships in this
Uelief work would seem tho natural
fomedy, but relief work iB a very dan
genius thing, llelief work, to be a lieu
cllt and not an injury, should be outitiu
nous, hard and underpaid, lndustrioiin
puriunn would rather earn a living than
to accept "charitable relief.'' On the
other band, however, habitual 'rebel
Boekurs," who arc ready and anxious to
livooii aluiH, turn with scorn from work,
agnrly sought for by thoBelf-Hiipporting
vorkiugtuau, declaring it would degrade
There are unfortunates, or Under
These men, whethor by their own fail!,
or not, have become bo unlit for roguhu
work or a decent living that they n
iiuirn a course of sovere discipline, even
iiofoie an attempt to reform them can
lio made. These are tho recipients oi
free fund, free clothing, carelessly ecu
terod in times of exceptional districts
There is no doubt that miscalled "char
ity" in furnishing the moans of dissi
patoii livings to those unhappy buings,
who should bit forced into a doceut and
honorable occupation or kept In close
conllnement commits a great sin
tigainst the community. The regular
relief Rcokors tuny have many virtues,
but it is a distress of body or mind,
which is encouraged in their weakness
liy charity. They usually lack energy,
dkill, courage and self-respect, iib well as
other qualities which are necessary to
success, and they need far ninro than
anything clue, trailing, education and
encouragement. To utTer them frto
meals, freo clothing etc., is to tempt
thoin to degrade thomselves and in time
antor tho rank of tramps,
Tho youth of today needs more than
ai any iimo in me worms nisiory a
good education, and a training in three
or four good occupations. Loam to do
whatever comes in your path, or falls to
your lot, in a skilled manner. Attend
school whenever jou can. Do not waste
your valuable time hunting j.ick-rabbits,
ducks, or other sports. Spend your
paro time in keeping yourself occupied,
Bucli men never become dependent i n
their neighbors; they are never among
tho unemployed, bocauso they hnve tho
ability to employ themselves, It is lo
cause thero are bo u.any in tho commun
ity who are unable to employ themselves
that tho public distress Is so great.
After the grip, dlptherin, pneumonia,
scarlet fever, typhoid fever, etc., Hood's
Sarsaparilla is of wonderful honetlt in
Imparting the strength nnd vior so
Hood's Pill's for the liver and bowtfa
pt Miily yet promptly and effectively.
ENTUIE CHEW LOST.
Ttio Hotly of t'apt. W. I. Wntrnnii
I'irknl l'i Hunt Not PrulRiiril for
Orniiti lixiicrlcni'i I.nttroml Wreck lu
New York, Apill 3. Pilot W. Crochet
of thi' pilot boat .tames Hennett brought
In from tin sen last nlKht a Htory that
will .-x pin 1 ii to many anxious hearts
why they hnve not heard since she
palled, from the men who wont out in
the little steamer City of Haverhill,
Which stnrtcil for Key Wont Thunitlay.
fli' was n Ilal-hottonicil, Htern-wluel
river boat iuy.1 on her trip routh was to
put Into ii n:ife Inn nor every nlKht, hut
no word was received of her until Pilot
Ciocker'M arrival and he reports that
the body of herenplnln, V. P. WiitroiiK,
and mine wrockime wen- slu'litcil by
the men of the .lumen Hennett after the
heavy blow of Pilday off Uarneirat.
The rest of the men aboard may per
haps have bicn picked up, but old
fnllurs who knew of tile story last nlnht
shook their heads In dismay and mild
the City of Jlnwihlll would not live
live minutes at sea In hnlf a Kale.
Thoue known to have been aboard
nnd who undoubtedly perished weie.
CAl'T. W. P. WATKOl'H.
PILOT V. D. VAN WYCKi:, a well
known and popular yachting captain.
0111191-" KNttlNEICIt HAM l! HI,
ASSISTANT KNOINHiJIl J. V.
STKWAftD FHKI) pitonsT.
WATUOf H, ii yoiiiiK eolleiTo
The full complement of men required
to maiuiKe the vessel was fourteen, but
It Is thought she started to make tho
trip with a smaller number.
wii.'XK on .maim: ci:ntiiau
l'lreinmi AVttr.l Killed unit Kcerul Peo
file Hurt Nt-.ir Vciwle, Maine.
PaiiKor, .Me., Apt II a A serious acel
dent occurred on the Maine Central
railway, near Vea.le, four miles from
liore, this mornltiK.
The AroontijuU express, which left
lirro fi.io n'eloek, and the Pullman
trnlu from .St. John due here at C o"clock
FIKIC.MAN WAItn. of the express.
Several parties were Injured. The
Pullman was late, thereby causlnu tb
ALL THOUBLE AT AN END.
Slcxlco unil (luulrumlii fiettlo
City of Mexico. April 3 The cSunte
mnlan boundary question Is set
tled. Prestdunt Diaz has form
ally signed with the Ouatenial
un minister the oillrlal document
which prevented the threatened open
lupttirp between the two count lies, and
eoliKiatulatlons aie henrd on all sides
for the stand taken by the president,
KorelRii Minister Marlscal and Mexl
enns Ki'iierally at a time full of datmer
and menace to the nation's safety and
dignity. The odlrlal Information on
the (iuatrmalau questlnu was kIvimi
hiHt nlirht In the president's messairu
before tlu scml-iiuiiual openlnir of the
seventeenth session of the national
It Is understood that Guatemala wilt
noun lender Mexico due npoloiry for tho
Insults offered this republic and will
pay full Indemnity for losses inflicted
upon American and Mexican lumber
camp owners at Aua Azul. The presi
dent's messnue begun as usual with
reference to forolKii peace relations
unil to the t'nlted States as follows:
"A satisfactory termination has been
reached with the I'nlted States reard
Iiik the Islands on the coast of Yucatan,
where deposits of Ktinnn were located
and claimed by American citizens,
Mexico InivliiK proved ownership to the
Islands, the t'nlted States recognized
the claim of Mexico and withdrew her
NATION'S DEBT IS LARQER.
Ciirllnlu's llrport for Mnrrh Shows I
Inrrrnte of 81H,U17,10.1.
Washington, April It. The monthly
treasury statement of the public debt
shows that on March 30, t893, the public
debt, less cash lu the treasury, amount
ed to I'JOS.TSO.OIU, an Increase for the
month of $18,317,103. The nmount of new
4 per cent bonds Issued ' during tho
month wns $2H,f07,900.
Following Is a recapitulation of tha
debt: Intercst-beurlng debt, $713,851,900;
Increaee during the month. $28,808,100;
debt on which interest hna ceased since
maturity, $1,770,250, decrease during the
month, $D,050; debt bearing- no Interest,
$381,787,366, decrease during the month,
$782,370; total debt, $l,fi4,!l91,74!, of
which K,G7,9I'I,-H2 s certificates and
treasury notes offset by nn equal
amount of cash In the treasury.
The treasury cash Is classified as fol
lows Oold, $13:i,t86.m; Bllver. $510,259,
879; paper, $131,227,047; general amount,
dl'burMng officers' balances, etc., $lfi,
22I.1C6, total. $797.237,f.89, against which
there are dbinaud liabilities amounting
to $609,320,328. leaving a cash balance of
J1S7.9I7.261. of which J9O.643.307 Is gold
llmiili nt llinlHprit.
Hudapest, April It. An attempt wns
made last night to blow up the Hentzl
monument, erected to the memory of
the Austrian general who fell while de
fending the fortress against the Hun
garians In IS lit.
The monument Is a Gothic column In
bronze, sixty-six feet high, rising over
a group of the dying heroes crowned
by victory. A well-dressed man was
t-een to deposit a parcel, to which was
attached a lighted fuse, nuar tho monu
ment. A tremendous explosion fol
lowed, shattering the windows of Arch
duke JoHcph's palace, the armory nnd
other buildings In tho vicinity. The
monument, however, wns not Injured.
Iinnk nt Mrvens 1'nlnt, Wis., Falls.
Btevens Point. VIs., April 3. Tho
Commercial bank closed Ub doors yes
terday. The statement Is made that the
bank Is quite solvent and will pay every
dollar It owes. Hyron 13. Park was ap
pointed receiver. The liabilities are
about JCO.000 and the assets $100,000.
This bank closed Its doors during the
panic of 1893, but opened again Immedi
ately. The president of tho bank li one
of the owners of "B. B. P." the famous
trotting horae. The horse waa named
after Hyron II. Pnrk, the receiver of the
KILLS TWO CHILDREN.
An A"ful Deed of mi Ohio Mother A
llntnr tlio tVrnion.
Columbus, Ohio, April 3. Two chil
dren of Mrs. It. II. H. Williams of Orovc
City wero found dead In bed In the Pnrk
hotel yestrrdny afternoon with their
throats cut from ear to ear. Their names
are Harry, 7 years old, and Maud, nrscd
12. A third child, Annie, lined 13. wa-i In
the room, but escaped unharined. The
murder was committed by the mother,
who had vHsapK'.'nr.d. Iiter she wai
arrested. She shftweil no evidences of
Insanity and told the story of the lioril
ble crime In u calm voice. She said she
had made up her mind last week to kill
herself and her children and came to
Columbus Saturday for that purpose.
She secured some opium and nil thi.e
took the limn Saturday nlxht. It tm :
effect only on the little t;lrl M.iud. M
then determined to secure u razor and
waited until the morning. She first c.t
tho boy's wrist, expectliuc him to bleed
to death. Ho awakened, however, and
then she cut his throat. The body of
Maud was not touched by tho niz r.
Mrs. Williams said she then asked An
nie to lot her rut her wrist, but the child
beKKtd so plteously that she lost cour
n Ko and left the hotel, Intending to
drown herself. She said It then occurred
to her that Annie might be accused of
the crime, and she changed her mind
and went to the house of a friend, Mm
John C. Lester. In another part of the
town, where she was found In the even-iiiB.
Dr. Km nk Warner was called to the
hotel about 3 o'clock lu the afternoon
by the proprietor, C. C. Alwnid, as
soon as the crime was discovered. The
doctor was escorted to the room where
the two victims of the murder lay. The
children were both In their nlBht clotli
ItiR, Tho little Rlrl, Maud, had her
throat cut almost from ear to ear. At
the foot of the bed lay a razor with
which the crime hud been committed.
The doctor said the position of the lit
tle Rlrl Indicated she had struggled
desperately for her life. She had evi
dently been thrown down and held In
that position face downward while she
had been slain. Harry's body did not
Indicate much of a struggle.
Mr. Williams arrived In the afternoon.
He said his wife left home Saturday and
I'iniiu to Columbus, but he did not know
why. Ho said they were not separaf-d.
lie refused to talk of the eilme and ab
solutely prevented Ids datiKhter Annie
from making any statement. The child
was apparently willing to tell whnt she
knew of tho affair until checked by her
father. Annie, before being stopped by
her father, said her mother got up early
but did not leave the hotel till 8:30
o'clock. Define she went away she told
Annie not to go near the tied. Just
what excuse she made the child for
giving this Instruction Is not known
now, but the little girl obeyed the In
structions and kept away from the bed.
If It had not been for Annie's faithful
obedience to her mother's Injunction
the dead bodies of the little ones would
have been discovered much sooner. As
It wns the murder was not known till
the chambermaid came to make up the
beds. Mrs. Williams is a womnn of
about 30 or 40. A resident of Grove
City says he never knew any trouble lu
the Williams family, and never lieuul
that Mrs. Williams was mentally weak
or BUfieicd from brain trouble.
THE ACTIVITY IN SILVER.
flnrr Colgate Siijh It In All on u Spcca
New York. April a. Activity In silver
which has been noted of late, continued
yesterday, when about .100.000 ounces
were sold lu the market here. In speak
ing of the silver market and the causes
and prosects of the present movevent
Mr. Starr Colgate of the firm of Nes
slage, Colgate & Co.. said;
"The movement began on receipt of
the iwivs from l.ermnny favoring a bi
metallic conference. It was helped
when a motion that seemed to lean to
ward such a conference was made In
the Kngllsh house of commons. Tho
news of peace negotiations between
Japan and China, to carry a large In
demnity In silver, also had propelling
force. A good deal of silver Is now
under lock. It will come out fast
enough when the speculators believe
that the advance Is over. I cannot see
lu the movement much beyond the
speculative feature. Talk of bimetallic
action by Germnny and England seems
to have subsided. If It Is to bo revived
It must 1)0 done by these countiles. A
debtor country like tho United Stntes
cannot lead In such a movement. AVu
have had silver troubles enough with
out Inviting others,
"In regard to an Indemnity to bo paid
by China, It has seemed to me that
gold might bo demanded. Dispatches
speak more of silver, but Japan Is earn
ing a reputation as a country of ad
vanced Idoas, and It may bo that talk
there of putting the llnnnces on a gold
basis may bo emphasized lu the do
mnnds on China. I am Inclined to look
on the present movement as specula
tive." RAIDED BY WHITGCAPS.
Tranrsaee Negro anil IIU Vflfe Furred
to Whip K-i-li Other Unmercifully.
Martin, Tonn., April 3. News reaches
here of a whltecnp raid near Cane Creek
shurch, about ten miles southwest of
Martin. A negro named AV111 Metlock,
who Uvea on the farm of James Olive,
was aroused at a late hour at night.
When he opened the door twelve
masked men hied Into the room, and
without ceremony proceeded to give
Metlock a terrible whipping. They then
made the negro whip his wife unmerci
fully, nnd, In turn, forced her to whip
her husband, nfter which they told the
negro he would be glvau ten days In
which to leave the neighborhood, with
threats of tnktng his life If he fnllsd
to leave. The community Is very much
wrought up over the occurrence, but
no clue ns to who the marauders art
can bo lenrned. The cnuae for the nt
gro'a punishment Is not known.
KI'.IIItKS KILLS 11IHBELF.
Ja-loiuv Camel an Indiana Farmer to
Knit Ills Life.
Elkhart, Ind.. April 3. Wilson Kehreii
a farmer aged 28 years, was found dead
forty rods from his house a few miles
north of this city yesterday with two
bullet holes In his body. Kehres la sup
posed to have shot himself on account
of trouble with tile wife over n neighbor
named Mosler. Sunday night Kehres
went to Mosler's house to see him about
the matter, and apparently shot him
self while on his way back home. Mrs.
Kthras and Mosler, who ii a married
man, have disappeared and cannot ba
found. Kehres leaves three children
fit. Louis ministers visited many of
the city's dives Sunday and then swoie
out warrants for their keepers.
Suit hns been brought against the
tho Waters-Pierce OH company, a
Standard concern, under the Texas
Mrs, Bulllngton llootli of the Satva
Hon army, lslted the St. Louis Mer
chants' exchange nnd addressed the
Option held by an Kngllsh syndicate
on llfty paper mills lu Wisconsin wan
nlloTi'ed to expire.
Judge Scott of Omaha, Neb., has re
fused to obey an order to appear and
testify befoie the lire nnd police commissioners.
Iowa w.is visited by n ci .storm,
while heavy tains In otl:r western
otates allay ! all feurs ef dtn '!:.
The Hllt't-ii chip Mon by. I. ;i : over
due, reached San I'Tnnrlieo "Jit di'.
from Liverpool, having been delavd
and disabled by South Atlantic stoiiait.
It la lepotied from St. Louis ii at
the former members of the Merchants'
Elevator company will force a Until set
tlement from dipt. ). P. Slnttery, who
was Us pu-sldcnt. Slattery says It Is
an attack on him Inspired by hln ene
mies without cause.
Tho Jury In the en" of M. A. Snirr
was yesterday discharged by United
States District Judge Clark at Nash
ville, Tenn. The Jury stood even for
conviction and live for acquittal. Sptirr
was tried on a charge of crrtlfylm;
checks falely as president of the Com
mercial National bank.
A Yazoo Sc Mississippi Valley freight
train pulled out of Memphis, Tenn., for
New Orleans with a shipment of cotton,
consisting of 10.S21 bales, all billed
through to Liverpool. The largest pie
vlous shipment was C.175 bales.
Two thousand live hundred coal
miners In the Appanorse (la.) dlstilct
have quit work.
Iron-workers have met lu Cleveland,
O., f"d agreed upon a scale of wages
satisfactory to both sides.
The coal miners of K. L. Hobblns, In
thu Pittsburg dlstilct, have resumed
work nt 00 cents a ton.
Connellsvllle (Pa.) coke operators will
pay their men the IT, cents Increase an
nounced by the Trick company.
Auditor Core of Illinois says stric
tures on the management of his otllcu
urc unwarranted mid untrue.
Plymouth church of Brooklyn has
commenced a crusade ngalust the
Blnughter of people by the trolley cars.
An unknown schooner foundered off
Halifax, N. S., and her crew Is Impils
oned lu the tigging with no chance to
Atlanta bank haB won a suit Involv
ing $13,000 from the Kldellty und C,
ualty company of New York, on th
bond of Its absconding cashier.
Stanford university has secured the
valuable private library of the late Pro
fessor Hldebrand, of the Leipzig, Ger
In calling a meeting of New York an
archists to denounce Hlsmarck, Johaun
Most alludes to him as u murderer.
A delegation of Chicago business men
called on President Cleveland and In
vited him to visit their city.
United States Supreme court failed
to give a decision on tho legality of the
A new natlonitl bank, to lie cnlled the
Douglas National, will be opened In
Chicago. It will be on Xlst stteet, near
Governor McKlnley paid a frlendlj
visit to President Cleveland. The gov
ernor was warmly iceelvetl In the cap
ital by Ohio men.
Postmaster-General Wwll has Is
sued an order restricting becond-clas's
matter to actual subscribers for Journ
als entitled to the pound rate, and ill
recta that hereafter postmasters will
ee that the publications offered for
mailing have a legitimate list of sub
scribers. Thrift of various localities Is shown
by Individual deposits lu recent na
tional bank reports.
Smallpox record for tho winter In the
United States cities shows jwiiwauKee
win., to have suffered the most.
Members of tho Supreme court decline
to say what their decision on tho in
come tnx law will be or when it will be
Gov. McKlnley arrived In Washing
ton. Ho is In good health.
rim Yuan for Kchwahiirtier.
Teorla, III., April 3... Julius Rehwa
bncher, son of tho millionaire distiller,
who a year ngo was caught robbing
the residence of Mrs. Frank Bell, was
yesterday found guilty and his pun
ishment Ilxed at five years in the Jollet
penitentiary. When the caso waa
called last week the defense set up tho
plea of Insanity, assigning aa a causo
therefor too much drinking and smok
ing cigarettes. It took the Jury only
about an hour to arrive at a verdict.
The defense Immediately entered the
usual motion for a new trial and It
will bo heard In a few days.
LATEST MARKET REPORTS.
Cattle Common to prlme.$3.50
Hogs Spring grades 3.00
Sheep Fair to choice 3.50
Wheat No. 2 red 54
Com No. 2 45
ltye No. 2 55
Hutter Cholco creamery.. .11
Potatoes Per bu 60
WheatNo. 2 61 .61
Corn No. 2 yellow 51 0 .52
Oats No. 1 white 34 Q .35
Rye No. 2 54 & .5416
Corn No. 3 white 44tt 45
Oats-No. 2 white 31Vii? .31V
Cattle 2.00 06.25
Hogs 4.70 04.85
Wheat No. 2 red C4H
Corn No. 2 42M
Oats No. 2 30 O .30H
Wheat No. 2 spring 55
Corn No. 3 44
Oats No. 2 white 32U
Barley No. 2 B2Vi
ltye No. 1 55
Wheat-No. 2 red 62J1 .62
Corn No. 2 B4
Oats White western .84tt
Butter 8 .19M
Wheat No. 1 ITH M
Corn No. 2 mixed 44)
Outa No. i mixed., ... 41
for Infants and Children.
B i jr i i
D.itemmi's Drojvi, Godfrey's Cordial, ninny no-cnlled Soothing Syrups, and
most remedies for children nro composed ct opium or morphine f
Do Ynn Knnw that opium r.ml morphine, nro stuiicfylng narcotic poisons f
Pn Yon Know tlint In most countries druggists aro not permitted to Bell nnrcotlcd
without labeling tlicm polsotii f
Do Ynn Know that you nboilld not penult nny mwllclno to bo given your cullJ
unless you or your phyRiclaa know of what It Is comxseil 1
Do Yon Know tlint Castorla Is a purely vegetable preparation, and that a list of
Its Ingredients Is published with ciery bottle 1
Do Yon Know that Cactorla U the prescription of the famous Dr. Samuel Pitcher.
That It has been lu use for nearly thirty years, and that moro Castorla Is now sold than
of nil other remedies for children combined f
Do Yon Know that tho Talent Oftlco Department of tho United States, nnd of
other countries, havo Issued cxchnlvo right to Dr. Tltcher and his assigns to uso tho word
" Castoria" and Its formula, and that to Imitate them Is a stato prison offense ?
Do Yna Know that ono of tho reasons for granting this government protection was
bocauso Cnstoria had been proven to bo absolutely harmless?
Do Yon Know that 35 nvcrago doses of Castorla aro furnished for 35
cents, or ono cent a doso 1
Do Yon Know that when possessed of this perfect preparation, your children may
bo kept well, and that you may havo unbroken rest T
Wllt these, things aro worth knowing. They are facto.
Children Cry for Pitcher's Castorla
LEARNING BY EXPERIENCE.
Mr. Knnrly cd'n T)res Salt Win Not Ex
actly In thu flight Condition.
Mr. Robert Nowlywod turned up nt
his ofllco ono morning last wee!; with n
(rioved expression, indicating very
plainly that ho could tell a talo of woo
if bo wcro urged. Only two months he-
foro ho had run thu pintlut of rico and
old slippers, and siuco that event life
had been developing for him in unex
"Nono of your ho.-.rding houses fir
mo," said Mr. 2suvlyved. "Of courso
my wlfo doeii't know anything about
housekeeping, hut sho will learn by
mistake-", ami I havo already it gucd
cook in view. "
That was heforo tho old hlippors nnd
rico. Juilfjhitf from Mr. Kowlywed's
frnmnent.uy letnarks on lifo in it lie,
Mrs. Nowlywed has hocu lcarnin;; soiiiu
things In jiifet tho way Hohcrt uxpeeud
sho would. Mr. Nowlywcd's urieved ex
pression occasionally is unilurstjoil hy
Ills friends to anuounco an acqui.-itlnu
of kumvlid",o on tho part of Mrs. New
lywcd. IIo told of tho latest experience
of this hind after a reasonably nmount
of sympathetic urinj,'.
Mrs. Robert has her own Idoas of
good form. Sho not only objects to hor
husband carrying lioiuu bundles of any
kind, hut shu further holicvcs that her
bcrvants bhould not bo seen currying
any of tho results of n morning's mar
keting into tho rather aristocratic apart
ment liousu in which shu lives.
"I think," sho said not long ago,
"that it is positively vulgar no othci
word fits it for ono's servants to lug
homo a packngo of htoak or whatever
tho luurkctninii has neglected to deliver.
Thoro nro many littlo ways in which
such displays of onu's household econ
omy or oxtraviiganco may no nvoiucii,
Mrs. Nowlywcd had nu opportunity
to test hor theory ono Monday evening.
When sho returned nfter somo calls in
tho aftumoon, sho found that her orders
for dinner had not hcon delivered. Sho
Bont Mary out to got thoni. Sho told
Mr. Nowlywod that nono of tho other
servants in tho houso had oven suspect
ed that hur F"rvnnt had brought in tho
dinner nt ii Into hour, and Mr. Nowly
wcd nskod no quostions. Tlio noxt aft
oruoou tho Nowlyweds wont up to
Poughkcepsio to dino with old frionds,
and it wafl tho day following that Now
lywcd's griovod oxprossion nppoaroo it
"Of course," ho said, "sho won't do
this finmo thing again, for it wns very
embarrassing. Our host thought it was
funny, nnd so it was, rcnl funny ha,
ha hut very embarrassing. "
Moro sympathy for Mr. Nowlywcd,
mlxod with judicious praiso of Mrs.
Nowlywod, provoked tho talo.
"I had just time," said Mr. Nowly
wod, "on Tuosday to flro my ovoning
olothos nnd koijio things, you know,
into a lonthor dross suit enso nnd run
for my traiu. Mywifowont on nn early
train. Whon I roached the honso in
Poughkoopslo, I mado a rapid chango
and was dressed just on tho minute that
diuuor was announced. I thought that
in an apartment wo woro not bo con
stantly romiudod of tho prosonco of a
kltohon ns wo woro in this house. My
wifo bogan to look crubarrassod 11 vo
minutes after I eutorod tho room, and
bo did tho hostess and tho othor guosts.
Say, I'm not going iuto tho dotails of
this thiug. It wasn't explainod uutil
my wifo suddenly nskod:
'"Hohort, you never packod your
things in that loathor box, did you?'
' 'That's just what I did do,' said l,
'and I mado quiok work of it. '
"I thought my wifo was going to
faint. Then sho becnuio hysterical, and
in that condition sho explained. Of
courso it was funny, you know, but em
barrassing. Mary had been usiug my
I dress suit caso to smugglo in tho uiarkot-
Lug. Mrs. Nowlywod and I aro fond of
I fish, you know. It waa clover idea,
I now. wasn't it? Bn jombanasalng
You Know nt igonc,
In on -orr
very, i iiiiihtiiu mat dinner in my trav
eling Milt. Nothing liko learning by
mistakes, is there?" Now Vork Sun.
Sho Didn't Mko It.
"It's very hard to understand what
men seo in baseball," remarked young
"Did you over nttoud a gamo?"
"Once, lint I didn't like it. It Bcomed
too effominato. "
"Yes, to svo all thouo groat, Btalwart
creatures running around in bloomers."
Wife I've had n dreadful thing hap
pon. While I was at tho milliner's to
day I had my pooketbook stolon, hut
(triumphantly) tho thief didn't gut a
"CJrcat heavens, how's that? I gavo
you a lot of money this morning.
Wifo I know it, but ho didn't t.w'4L
it until I was going out. Clothier r.uaw
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Fruit Vender T'reo ccnta da piece,
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Hoax Three cents npicco nnd 50
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