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I I I r "Peace acd tUTisioa gaia!" he E Pa4 ? lfa 111 2fl-. II N-- JflW kWcJk
I The Waid of King Canute !- --5 . : I Got E?C1 Witt WldOW J Ipi P I ' h 11 J
A f t ; ' -ad coe to k-1 at on-- ----b-bbJI H H ir8 fo !r
Bttws i .--- - t Tii t-j-m i-t tiiL "J sid to tCTS-cn ' messenger gare "It took e a solid week to think -una withoat a batkixc safe in her B B W ?rH H - J?
"" ' " - T- t RaTiriaTfn her chance for freedom ; u !t oat. &at I did it." said the summer I luggage well, I knew then I had the H tfAVBrC. ViBMM HH H' ' J"'--'
i CopTric-. ag. r a. c XcCLCBG - (XL f she ao t-jjj-. A g -j - fdow- np ,- i widow's rase and could root her LM - B'r fSSf Hml V0 fltfl ;.
!- ---- 1 moineni zcore. ad she was im tte ie kad ever dace or expected 'to do. fcorse- foot --1 das. Ske wear BpF twrfl&r S5IL -SK!? ' 1
gg" ' vei" wo - - o- -e. claaptas j i- wjjea Tm not called off to -- - the WW W ' Slb X-"
-. . .. her hands wriczar them ia alter- w ., bathhouse is, aad as sooa as I was ?l W-' ' EBKlr r k JBlr ""."
CHAPTER XIV. .Vow his blde -, a fe2is wk-- -. tkTarteror. !wae tto way to entertaia cocnar e w hted, X JE A . .. I
T-. . . e--p. keeping out of reaca of -WhateTer it briag upon ae I -t ro-s ho wlU iasist eomittg to :he - afld . tf dM t - - :
Fold bT "SU! .f ' !""" . 1?ia;-:dv braEd ith ' 5 set back to my woman's clothes.'" she V-ashIaom - ' "--her-at a to go aad see the widow swiou Of ". Hr Laftuid Gtt- w-w - Ha, Th Sa l ' I
;?--, ?e 5ni:S -50 vS f" P3001 bQt of fihr- Xo" rArhea vowed to herself over aad orer. P- P the souad. Of coarse, course he did. aad he said he'd woa- f -ber of - Stock Exchaage Judge-Xow, is it a fact that yoa - i, thMt ,hJS!- .-.. " - . .
S? TvT Ire-sides -cri? vehemeace be- -Though it become a kirdraace to -ere arent maay e there, aad dered all along why she didn't go ia " " O.OOO for a seat," said stole these things from witness' store? o- wmea loakfec
rJ? V C !i "? I! h-1 in "- 3Ia-ts --5s- oe. though it be the cause of - when one does happen along the wid- bathing. ke husband of the prima donna. Prisoner-lf yoa please, your honor. "He is the kea waiter- 1-" " -
T ST. t ? 7 it w-, a h-aing-bird darung into a detth. I fll be a woanttdwiji. Odi owieetasoDtudgrb.ULrL.ot -We went down aad sat right smack P'Th ter. l SLald -"-?-- "And who is tktTS - ": -""I
t jL lJf "rliSf" "S! fl7rp- Bat " ff, -T a?aJI1 awe me tht X -kt I had cour- daft over men. but a summer land- ia front of the bathhouse. The widow JS."" S m- ", te r J111- " - " "b! fellow with the dia2TT2r -I
rTi j:.!. f ?e aSfllI1S3'-af Lr ahs"HL e eBon- to be a man!" --pe isn't wmplete without a few. -as out ia the water paddling artxmd l ve spnm donaa- " I Vdic - e B of - Coutt-Oh, fro.tr' "M-M -- ..-:
!fd .te the ateead of a The Danish bank -as trantlc with tTo be cain " and no comDle.non-dn.or ow H w .. ,-. JTrr- .,. ---Yoakers Statesman. won't he. though? -at , rt .. .' ,', 1
ita auinaa destinies
lay berween th fingers of rsr o men. J
aat a scattering of the beads if the '
cord should be cat! j
Under the elms of the east bank
the danzhter of Frode stood aad )
-,-cacc ie beats set out: and the
hands that hnnz at her side opened
and shut as though they were gasp
ing for breath. Turning, she found
herself fadaer a wall of stalwart bod
ies, a sea of coarse faces, and dis
covered, with a sucden ti:hternr of
her muscles, that all the eyes which
were not following the boat were
centered cunouely upon herself.
Before she could take a step the
nearest warrior thrust out a hand and
caught her by her black locks. "Stop
a Mttle. my Bold One. " he said gruffly-
"Xow that you have a moment to
spare from tne high-bom folk, it is
the wish of us churls to hear some of
A score of heavy voices seconded
the demand, and the fa.1 gradually
curved into a circle around her. T.y
wer- sood-catured enough even the
grasp on her nair was rousrhiy playful
but her hrr seemed to stop m ner
as a swimmer might the Srst ms;ant
he lost itt of land and behelc only
towering Uku oommg above hnn.
"Take joer hands o me. and it
shall be as ys wish "
The bi: Swede released her wrist
to catch her aroera! the waist and
tcs her Hke a bpne upon the platter
of his shield, which four of them
promptly raised Between them and
tore along gt:n: ipruancusly at
her spraw.mg -Sons for dignity
When they came to a -pot along the
bank which was o2-z. ea-gh to give
them an unobstructed vie of the
island, they permitted her to scramble
down and seat herseif upon the grass.
here th-y ringed tnemselves around
her twenty c-p.
""Now for it' Thile they are wait
ing far Edmund to land before there
is anything to watch the Scar-Cheek
commanded. Tell what you told Ca
nute with rezard to the English king
y net sc. v.'
en y:u rsave hrcujnt h
which made htm so reckless as t
agrtre to this bargain.
A shoec from tne snrmng mass cf
EnsSsh opposite told when the Iron
Jde had landed and as soon as it
was seen whom he had chosen to ac
c.paty him as his witness, a buzz
ef excitement passed along the Danish
"Es-tc" by ai tie sods, n-inc Jar!'"
"Nw for tie nrst time. I helieve
that vicsory wt: foilow Canute s
swerd!" &ass Borcar ejaculated.
"Since nothing less than the madness
feekeutn. death coeid cause Edmund
ta cscaree his trust m the Gainer.
it is een frsxn this that he is a death
It w linie me that the pack gave
her for revery however, now it was
Sdnc Jari of whom they wanted to
"Whfie they are talking about the
terms there if nothing to look at:
teB s how the Gamer pclled the net
aroa d rQnz Ecmnad. ' the rough
v.ce. demaaded. And anain she was
etott-red zo Jsend. ner wits to their
3ac it came a: 'jist. the end that
wi tie !e?gc-mz. Secdenly a nand
reacied arc d her neck and shut
v-r ' nsoctn. "Stop- They are
ta-ocrg tetr places. Look'""
Kir ared not have added that last
wrs. frssm taat moment for many
oo --- oi eyes there was bet one
c&ie-t ..n lie -aort-i the snp of rock-ri:--i
earta and the two ignre that
face- ca ar apen ;c
"Nw that the -e-yal duelists stood
ftrtk sceder -rp-id of coa- and
sVrel tszzz. aad weirtrr ao ether
Ltfcn tarn ae o.4- czTfL.' ot their
rans. tartr -try was even more
ng s a aarr fancy ha pamt
ei t The errwtt Canute
tag iocrs re?rgg oa-y c tne rr.-- cf
th.- -steady !rn.d. aad the widtn of
nearly f ; -a .e fed en zi
Tke, cc- ag ae ssreared e
T5ey stdo--r5.d. Wiea ne aaia
ZiSid tZi trasiiie w7ih ray2 4ortey
hc a:- ?!-. :-. v. 'i&ocgt i- Were
J-c i a c cr haec iji his
S5jsi v y- earta. -ta start-
fg y?? -d acS3 -?K2?ssifi te- Jirtr
s ra3, 'isr S-ae w?e 5ie ;
iayr o&. N- "ci: TrtceTs
daagae- - .r-?r tc zh aani
a - -aaar i -rrSez.
Ckncts. vj-jss,, fUfizj. "fc th
Sita) rf ,!: hvi tjmz-rd
tk. c - sz ur cvz. r and
f3ekd 5-" - .-rtt iht aasiiter-
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iocrr s !a izrSa a j cca
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Ir cJa5 C ia--M a xt!w
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Mbahcy a c,t?: tat w is rft, -rd cf
:"' rny-- dertitf aa rrk aad-? Er their
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r iiiiiiiiiiiiihc i.h. t- rM -- m. < mmrmm wlL---R
tiisa - hT v5 iiiiiiaatss. i-coa!d 'ezaress
wrv " " .
eicrtement. it is the dance or tne
Northern Light! " they cried. "Thor
has sent him his own s-"crd!
The lines of English were wild with
anger. "Crash him. the hcrnet, the
wasp! Crash him. Edmund!" they
In his exultation the Scar-Cheek
rolled himself over and over on the
grass, and wound up by thrusting his
shaggy head into the lap of the red
cloaked page I must do something
fo- joy. h- panted, "and eicept for
i your hair yen look near enoush like
a handsome woman. Do you bend
and kiss me every time Canute pricks
His head fell to the ground with a
thump as the child of Frode leaped to
"If you lay finger on me again." she
whispered. "I will caress you with
this'" and for an instant a knife-blade
g.ittered before the bulging eyes.
Snorn rolled back with alacrity and
an oath, and after a moment Frode's
daughter dropped down again and hid
her face in her hands. If the king
should be slain and she be left adrift
in this foul sea! She mizht as well
have screamed as moaned, for all that
they would have noticed.
About this time Canute s blade ap
peared to have become m earnest.
Ceasing its airy defense, it took on
fhe aggressive. Before the sudden
ury of tne onslaught Edmund gave
back a pace. And either because his
anger made him reck"? or his great
bulk was against him he presently
was forced to craw back another step.
T 1 1 . 1
vwicesi. cneers eni up ise ;
Northmen. It seemed as though they
would nade ia a body across the
Only Eric of Norway stamp-d with
uneasiness . and the overnanging brows
of Thorkel th- Tall were as lowering
hoods above his eyes. "Well has he
hoarded his strength he muttered.
"Well has he saved it. yet yet;
At that moment such a roar went up
from Northern throats as might well
have startled the wolfs shadow off
ack tne briSrt blade ve rr.camed as
the face of the sun . for r.dmnnd Iron- hours." Again the misgivings of th ,' discovered aad searched in the ne
s:de had retreated a third step, and waste troubled the authorities, anc --polls extending along the face of
,e j-e s pcn appearec to :ie at tne 1
Englishman s heart. Then the unrcar I
died somewhere in midair
fcr ia what 1
seemed the very act of thrusting Ca
nute had leaped backward and low
ered his blade So deej was the hush
on either side cf the r.vcr that the
whir of a bird s wma sounded as loud '
as a .light of arrows Bending for- '
ward, with strain-d ears and starting 1
eyes, the spectators saw that the 1
Northern Kins was speaking, eager-
ly w;th now and
i an impulsive
nalish ivm'"- lis"
gesture, while the
1 "Has he got out of his wits?" the
. Scar-Cheek reared, fairly dancing with
In Eandalia face a fash of memory
was struggling with bewilderment.
.er weapons thaa those which 1
dwell m sheaths." Had he meant "the '
sword of speech. nis tongue? '
utaer weanens than tho which
vith the ceLberate nrace which
cnaractered his evc
his sword back to its
case au ,e.- sa nm ta-if. a slow 1
step forward and slc-ly extend his I
hand. Then they saw Canu:
to meet him. and their palms touch m '
a long grasp.
From the English shore there
np a .oyfnl shcut cf "Peace
eace'" And a '
ia answer from '
d-afenmg clamor rose ia answer from
the Danish baak. Bat what sentiment
predommated m that ir would be dif-1 i-"-- Uly 2e "--" ao&e lq cked. away between the Austrian ; ropeaa history. Liechtenstein has man
cult to ay Blended with rejoicing I crs factorily. province of Tyrol aad the Rhine, and aged to la'-t-rn its independence
over tneir king s safety wre cnes cf 1 " is unknown even to people who imag-" since it was first constituted a pria
bttter disappointment, the encs cf ' Nc New Y-rk'", " New York. j j-,e themselves to be proficient ia the cipality at the begiaaiag of tae six
thirsty men who have seen wme , "At a social gathering at ay house j geography of Europe. teenth century. The reigning prince,
dashed from tneir hps. the other evening." said a wen known . Its area isr only about sixty-five John L. rules through a miniature par
In their retreat, the two Northern . New York physician. "I had as guests square miles, and its population less liameat of fifteen members. He has
;aris aad the yocag monarch "s foster I eight mea. every cne cf whom is on thaa 13.000 . but it is aa iadeoeadent aa annual income of about 1700 ov
fxther faced each other uac-rtaialy J
"Here is mystery'" Eric cf Norway 1
a. at last. "I shoaic be rn-'. ?; -j,
toc caid tell me whether he thought 1
t. nawise to icH the Englishman be- j
-or? thr face of hts army cr whether
he it la trath struck with love to- "
"-ri s- the feds seem to
"3r w nether he had. reached the ex-
. act limit of als strh so that he
aa . 2t: t- save mmself bv some
-net ef wrcar- U Jri sistec.
rke Tall One shook his i-ead iow.
.y "Nr a!wys.
wist cxa alsecher
oas. k mitht a-
x is ha akme f
:?iaia his aa-
t ia his ,
A - f . L ... -
- -ce e evemaaied !us ,
-- -: a r. ; t zn .
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aten iort za ke-
WTT-y Srt --?
T ' "
- . I. . ..w
t t: ysc win iad taat ther is
t. trcl hen. ace opa
sisss. Hi eaa-w s der-:
i-S" T y
fuft, I -vZ ast
' v-w .-s o aj-.
that r a a: ay- isiscm tt."
r--9s he thinks- a hcrt
siici h aa-L x he.
rtaii. xm a cloak
-. ta wathr tart, and as ms
a -tiler R to kia te---o aa ta-r t--B
DIDNT KNOW- PLEA.
Patlenca Shmwn far -
the Weak Mind.
There Is not much patience any
where in the uaiTerse for the man
that "didn't kaow." The whine that
if he had known the inevitable re
sults of his errors he would not have J
perpetrated them Is useless every- j and talked with him aad held haads
where. It is no excuse in law rhar , m the corner of the gallery, and. try
one "didn't know" what he was doing i as I might I coulda't get a chance to
was illegal. The presumption is that ' 5re a hostile shot. T.r..-g- up there
every man knows when he is Tiolat- is a sort of a side line. We doa't
ing a statute, and in the whole realm ! make a blowiag horn of it. We just
of duty aad moral law the condition sneak off aad take to the water when
is the same. You suffer for what you the tide's in. There's no parade about
did or failed to do. and "didn't kaow" it. The widow said that she couldn't
is no mitigation. bear this way people have of sitting
The man who has been careless or i around on benches in bathing scita.
reckless In living and finds that ia j and as soon as I heard her I knew
ultimate injured health and remorse ( That made her feel that way.
he must pay for every misdeed is "I took her trail, however, aad one
always ready enough with the dec- day a very hot day whea the maa
laration that he wouldn't have been ' was busy writing letters I asked her
in his present plight if he had only if she didn't want to take my brand
known all this was going to happen. ' new bathinr suit and go in for a dip.
The dying man. aad he whose health
is ruined, would have surely taken
that life insurance for his family's
protection, out he "dida t know" the
breakdown was coming just yet. Or,
in his straightened aad nonproductive
advanced years, with no ftae eadow-j
meat policy maturing to handsomely,
provide for himself and Lis depend
ents, he didn't know he would grow '
old so soon aad that his varied busi -
n-ss ventures would average so poor-
i . . , - , .
ly The didn t srnow p'ea there, as
elsewhere, comes altoeether too late.
Deed ef a Hero.
The recent opening of the Hudson
river tunnel recalls an accident which
occurred during its construction and
the brave d&id Of a man who died,
that others might lve.
In -the summer of li 80 a leak occur-
red ia the maia shaft. Twenty-eight
workmen ia aa instaat fcuad them-'
selves facing certain horrible death.
The river was bursting in on them.
They saw no escape. But the head
of the gang, Peter Woodland, a Dane,
who was ia a smaller chamber, saw
that, if the glass bullseye ia its door
were brokea the water would he
-.--. ; n .r -mj -- -, -
turned io it aad mos. of the mea
would have time to escape. His own
death would be certain and instant.
, ---- .i- .!.
He hesitated. He was a youag aad
well-educated man and he had a wife
One of the survivors said after -
, T . . - . , , .
wards. I saw his face as he looked
at us through the glass. It
ghastly pale. He gave the order.
rcak the bullseye!' We did it. The
majority of the men were saved.
aad four others were
Ccntrahand Tobacco in England
What becomes of the contrahaad to-
t Sarco e!2ed bv th uta?i? "Hi
early practice was to bury it. This'
senseless waste was suspended for a
time by the happy idea of distributing '
the tobacco among the troopships. '
That did not last lotuc. and next I
year we hear of the coatraband being i
s-roi-Ai in rhp 0n' n " a hnn
-nrrlA --,h wl.. mr- -.,.
.. .. .
; Qfc rf TiTc .-?T -Trf.lr - a .
tney toos to regaung tne criminal
lunaucs in certain government asy-
iums. Any tobacco that was left ever
was orcerec for the use of troops seat.
. - . .-u . 1
on foreign service, nut t luxury
seems to have been cut off once
althoush the criminal lunatics
enjoy their pipes and cigars.
One attempt was made to throw
the contraband, when it was slightly
the market, but this
caused aa outcry from the tobaccc, . , , . .,-.
. , , " nerrodr but it was found ia the case
trade. The whole story is a pleasing ; ' " :. 7 . . J
,., . .u- .-.-n;- -,r -T'of " ' o bodies, that decay had been
tribute to the intelligence waica ad- , ; 1.-1.
miaisters the public se:
j-jj. Vfarrn'. '
Potato to Keep Tcbacco Moist.
It isn't necessary to resort to any
device to keep tobacco moist this
' V -7 1
t:ie of 7ear s-d a t
t4 T fact- .--
there is altogether
much humidity in the atmos-
T3i r"ka. r- rrrart 5 n ,r
" . .... "
taing to oear ia inc.
-1- - : 5-- 1
. . . , . ,.
ainciai neat, na-s a 4.t..i.e-.cv m sap
the natura. moisture from tobacco,
aw potato comes ia mighty
! handy Place it in the bottom of a
jar. put the tobacco on top cf it and
' r-t be ost stsfyig. aew iBjA shoxld tan, their .jion
Tbe to0cco T21 -e:1 ret- -11 iJto the happy little principality of
lse t-oaccu Wlil c"1 -"- ii its;
oea5- Qi5- "v "" 7 -,
has seen a potent tactor a the affairs nation ncae the less, and possesses :
of this city, in politics, fiaaace. the'maay advaatages denied to greater '
legal aad medical professions, journal- j
im aad railroad management. It j
came cut that cot one of them was a j
aative cf the city. Not oaly was acne
cf them a native New Yorker, bat.
with cae exception, they were all
bem ia isolated rural haailts or ox
backwoods farms. The cae exception
was bcra ia aa iaccr aerated vnaK
cf !." iahabitaats." New York Sun.
B-fsrre the magsrte ot Aliyerc
rsceatly cae Modhn Sudaa Dart was
fc-.M.- w... w-wk .--. h -- mm i
charged with ha-ax asrderoaaly mm
. . .
---.- .-a -!
- - W.
tne Zoc Ly .
aegocated the mar- L
rage cf the accused's sea. The briee
he father, azd aspic
were jrcxised. The
way cerebrated wathia
coon, aad na the fwtg
arar the aoeae Scaxd that aa
. rir4 & f
: w- t- rw
th cs JLaaa ttamtr IBhMl
j 2aB X-afiaa who hd at Ovaeer
her af-ae i at. T at the W at M. aatf Ms
bat -t ore ttr aw b--. - . w. .
has a right to monopolize them when
the supply is so much less than the
demand. I'm opposed to monopolies
aad I set out to turn the widow from
F.l L TTThf f 7T0TVI.TO tham rflkn 0Vtt m v4i ijo. ipwi 11 nA rfc I 1
the evil of her ways as soon as I ar-
- . rived.
' I marked out one dancing aj as
my share of the loot and began to
prepare for war. The widow danced
with that man aad walked with him
1 She said she'd eajoy it. though as she 1
dida't as a rule care for sea bathing
j she hada't brought a suit. Now, a
J 3e-n, Swmr saon.
"s"e -ke ber 4;intes stand.
And fears no vcaometi treawn.
! ni 3por. the n-ur' brand.
And every breeze that's blowing.
And every stream that's Hoving,
Through rrale pastures golns.
Erirg- stren-r-- unto her hj.nd!
Tor ber rich. teemtj prairie,
- t2a!SifSSg SEW.
They vield her more and more
Grn garland of Paraasa..
I Dew d"nc-d " Grecian lore.
For her the stars are shining
Their radiance from the slty.
Bland, balmy zephyrs, pining-
To Idas aa they go by.
For her the lark is trailing
-?.. .- --..-.. .t..
I -he tnnorous dove nnwtUins
i To dare the bine and .y.
( -je leaves that sway in slumber
And pine for cooling showers.
The flocks so vast in number
, TiM , tij-jugi. 5;. hours.
3i herds in fertile place?.
' I15 Tal,3r Ial"?b Tja.t race'
aQ. eaLXEiea 0f ?enUe grace.
Are hers and tender .lowers.
'.. , . , . .
H"rs :. the cold that zieammg-
( lp down in murky mire
1 L"""8 on - strrplinj. dreaming.
To ?rasp the wealth and ahine.
1 All hers the teemrns treasure
men Duys tne tnoagntieB pleasure,
Aed leaves the poet leisrure
To lucnch the liquid line
Eers every brawlins river
That waters all ovr land.
Whose kingly heart will ;uivr
And nse ar her command.
At ner beCest the yeoman
Tombs of Ancient Egypt
The excavations which were be;r
" Beaiasan, oa the east baak ci t.
Nile, some two hundred miles above
Cairo, in Deeeniber- 1ML have new
Ki. w.T.TIir? TiT-a lara H..
the limestone ciiff SST tombs, iaclud-
ing that cf Sebek Hetepa. !S00 3. C
I rnrfiir r.-K ire imv .Trtg frTt-aI tt..
. - , v. v
- Each burial chamber was formed
. . . . .
ul u, recess - ie ux-e ui m. quie
frhafir. occasionally at a depth of thirty
feet, hewa ia the solid rock aad care
fully filled ia. By this careful meaas
the body of the deceased was-preserv-
j.3 1 1 ? rT-w hi rf T,,"h "f T r (-
r" - , ZT. X -i.
"-""-en "i "ie r.pyiaga. u.ci
I were iouna stm latact. tarn iked
contained a wood sarcophagus, with
the lines of religious formulae and
text inscribed upon it the orthodox
hierogiyphics. aad with the head
I-oiatiag to the north and the painted
"eyes of Osiris" toward the east.
The sarcophagus was surrounded
A Happy Little Nation
Novelists who are in search of a
to the happy
It is a tiny country
It has no army, bo navy, no public
debt, no direct taxes, ao poor people.
Caiike their neighbors ia Aastna and
Germany the iahabitaats are not lia- i
ble to military service. Practically the 5
Clnrcli Wittont a Naie
Within fcur miles cf tie quiet Towa.
' Sigh wyecmbe. ia Backs, is the
a 3 Y niige cf Loudwater. which pes-
oae cf the most remarkable
sacred edifices now ia existence, says
the Lcaion Daily News. It is a s
rtantia! krlck haSdiag. with carious.
round, beaded windows, aad a qo tat
little opea tarret rests oa the toy at
facra-taza. bar the exterior ia task-
a . -. - .r- l
mm . paper- awmi waue tae
ea zikeaed to a cakia
the oM-fashtr-n t type.
tTaafce other char the. does aat aa- chsrch win sock he reetared. whea it
year ta have a tot. If it ever had is prcpeaad to sake it Look ere lhe
aae. it tai SSW 5tKd iata chicarity. boaae at yvayer thaa yaaer .--This
aataae ckorck va. baflt ia ' Tnarlna DHy News.
gave me made ice form all oTer the
eel-grass. She tried to get us to go
hack to the hotel aad get her comb
that she'd forgotten, but I told her she
could use the one I had in the bath
house. She tried wen. she tried
every way she could think of to get
us to go away, but I was bound Td sit
there until that widow came out of
the water, and I sat as if I'd been
nailed down. I knew she coalda't
stay in the water forever, because the
tide goes out there and you'd have to
be a clam to hide when that happens.
She stack it out till you could hear
ier teeth chattering half a block off
and then she came in.
"We made -ay for her to enter the
'athhouse. and as soon as the man
got one good look at her my MTh.wg
t-uit was a little short fear her I knew
the widow was a has-been. Stunning
looking she was in full dress, but ia
a bathing suit she was simply para
lyzing. If a mosquito had lit en one
of her knees he'd have to use the kmg
di stance phoae to let his wife on the
other knee know what had become of
him. She was the bowleggedest
widow ia aiae states." Washington I
Will rise aad front the foeman.
As did the stubborn Roman
When treason showed his hand!
Into her garden gracious
Pour all the sons of mea.
Her marble halls are spacious. v
Graxre is her diadem.
Her -HKinng- soul is chalnless.
H-r silvery shield Is staicies-.
Her rsign as soft and painless.
And beauty Is her gem.
Calm as some hih-born maiden
In her ancestral hall.
Her robes of state arrayed in.
she marshals one and alL .
Her brow is frank and feariess.
She heartens all the cheerless.
Fair Chatelaine so peerless
With henchmen at her calL
Then fiery flames were roarm. j
And rumbling at her door.
And hell itself seemed pouring s-
Its vitriol on her floor.
She roused herself reliant
And pursed herself defiant
Unlike a maid compliant
Who sells herself for store.
Through darkling nights of terror
She staggered through the fray.
Through cnoking mists of error.
She zreped to find the day
And though she often stumbled.
As sick at heart and humbled.
Sh watched her roof tree crumbled.
She woe sn- won her way
Stand lirm. oh jrracious goddess.
To guard what you have won.
The heart beneath your 'bodice
Beats "treanous as the sun.
Flushed with the hue of morning.
Imperial eyed, and scorning;
Tbe groundlings' gibes and warninr.
Crv you "I Will. I Won"
JAMZS E. KINSELXA.
Regtry Division, Chicago PostoSSce.
... . , ... .
with a large number of little wooden
models representing river and sail
ing boats, a granary a group of per
sons baking, a maa brewing, a man
leading an ox. a girl carrying a brace I
of birds in her haads and a basket on
her head. Notwithstaadilag the ex
treme age believed to be four thou
sand years of these curious relics,
they were found to be ia a remarkable
state of preservation, the oarsmea ia
the galleys leaaiag upon their oars
and the paint still bright aad cleaa.
The ceremonies atteadiag the inter
ment of a womaa were slightly dis
similar, the departed lady being pro
vided with a basket of toilet requi
These curious little models were
buried ia accordance with the ancient
Egyptiaa religious ntes, ia order to
provide the departed one with the
necessaries for future life. One hizh-i
ly iaterestiag discovery was made in
the course of these excavations an
exact counterpart of the modera weav
iag reed as used ia the mills at Wigan.
England, the only difference being
that the ancient Egyptians of 2200
B. C. used cane teeth instead of steel.
entire population tills the soil, the cap
ital. Vaduz, being merely a large Til
lage. Through all the vicissitudes of Eu-
derived from large estates
and elsewhere. As he s
priaceiy sum liberally Ln his domia
icas. he is aaturally a popular mon
arch. Liechtensteia is uader the pro
tectiag wiag of Austria, but has nsrer
been incorporated with that couatrv
by any treaty.
D. 1758. at a time whea taere
miE-i ia the village for the -.--
factare of paper, aad a nnather of
haads were employed. Oae cf the
principal papr makers and his snfe
realized that the provision aade for
the -ptritaa! aeeds of the people aas
altogether inadequate, aad rsedvad
to IwiM them a church. This they ae
cordixsiy Od. aad traditxa dea.es
that the ra aarkahle
ecdesiaatical character of
xay he attributed to the spai ial a
ca-aa at the Josxder. who
to imaert his bwiaess! The
Downing Are you a believer in the
aarriTal of the fittest?
Uppeon Certainly r aad I shall can
ttoe to be as long as I live.
President I Think the cashier has
Paying Teller Yes. Better watch
The Mutilators of Books.
"I have had lots of frieads who were
ilty of mutilating books they had
borrowed from me, but my latest ex
perience was the most novel of a!L"
"What was itr
"I lent Mrs. Blanks my dictionary a
few days ago and yesterday she re
tuumed it without a word."
The Boston Way.
ToCne She's from Boston, isn't
3rowne I caa't telL She hasat
had occasion yet to pronounce the
Towne She's not from Boston,
then. If she were, she'd have found
the occasion long ago.
Real Good of Him.
Kind Lady Let me see. This is
the second time I have given you a
meal, isn't it.
The Eobo Dat's wot. ma'am. An'
jist ter show dat I ain't ungrateful
I 111 give youse a testimonial wid me
I antefgraff ter be used fer advertisia
j purposes. Exchaage.
Ne Chance to Enjoy It,
Paterson Pete I dreamed last aight
' dat I had a million dollars.
l Stacked Oats Did yer enjoy it?
j Paterson Pete Nit! I wun sued
j fer breach uv promise, operated oa
irer appeaciatis an' mentioned fer de
I vice presidency fore Fd even get it '
, counted. Judge. 1
-It's Morgan's." .
fnMh T .. .. -- X .1.. '
papers that when J. P. Morgan reach
ed New York he left the shfp.
Gotham What's strange about
1 "Why, it being Morgan. I suppose
'most people expected to see him take
.the ship with him."
Jiggias The last time I saw ycu
your neighbor wasn't .weiL You re-
I member you were telliag me about
I his illness.
Berriam (the uadertaker) Yes. it
, terminated favora er as I was say
ing, alas! it terminated fatally. Cati-
I olic Staadard.
"Dca't you know ycu could get at
least a dollar for a day's work?"
"tister." aaswered Meandering '
Mike, "I couldn't take de chance. De
work Fd do ia a day wouldn't be .
j worth fifty cents, an' I ain't goin" to ,
no perceedln s far aise pre-
Keep it Dark.
-if mr. vr. ,. M
uses good judgment there's no sense
ia his being held up aad robbed." said
the Chicago individual.
No,7 replied the householder. "He
can sit out on the front porch uan
bed time aad not hum any aas at alL"
Net Pamiliar vwith Him.
"Have you ever read any of the
teachings cf Buddha?" asked Mrs.
"No," replied her hostess as they
seated themselves ia the sumptuous
library. "Where's he teaching?"
Caller Fm surprised that ycu
recognized me. It has fceen more
thaa five years since we met.
Mrs. Naggeby I had almost for
gotten your face, but I remembered
that dress ycu have ca.
Nell She says she's ready to make
op if you are.
Belie Tell ner I suppose 111 be !
ready to make ny. too. when my com-1
plexion gets as bad as her's.
Net Quite Cured.
Waiter Roast beef or cured
"Bring me some beef. The
cured ham I ordered here
wa oaly m
S rial Tribnae.
The Beef Strike.
Bill I see one cf the stakes at the
Gracious! Have horse steaks
gg 3? a- high, toe?" Ycakers
A Centre Hint.
the Httie thiags." remarked
the tcard3hcuse laa
x '- rej zee tae irreverent
- s-z 1 ., , .
"these T-ra steaka.
ia the world coald he
to hay aa aarramrrler
"fcsy eaoash- He owned
ym kaow, aad he sold her to
Not the Real Thirta.
She So your friend Jingletca is a
brain worker, is he?-
He Not necessarily. He writes
words for popular songs.
BE FAR AWAY.
a far-away look in his eves.
the cash drawer.
Net Inconsistent. !
Tess You don't meaa to say you're .
going to marry him? " '
Jess Yes. '
Tess The idea! Why. you said you J
wouldn't marry him If he was the last i
aiaa oa earth. j
Jess (snappily) Well, mv gracious! I
He isn't, is he? 1
Business Proposition. '
The foreign nobleman entered the
old man's private o5ce j
"Mr. ilillyuns." he began. "I love I
your daughter, and ask her hand In j
"Hem!" exclaimed old Mfllyuns.
musingly. "What are v0ar lowest '
"Some scientist has declared that
there is as much strength ia three
eggs as there is ia a pound of beef- '
steak." said the observer. j
"Well." replied the actor, "I met an
egg once that would have eliminated '
the other two eggs from that proposi-
. inc ,ncent'-
9?lzj? -5' asked Tawker.
?s- JWi 3acheIIer. plodding
0 wlth hls sair- cas-
. B? w?- Popleys next door
; lv- -uu u,e oaoy. 1 near"
too: that's wh
hy Tm going
ai - e "ni
HER FATHER'S ADVICE.
vVSiflvr IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH 'wrr
fflXf fl 1 Mm
5rr -L m ' Mmthi'nm
j0r 9lSftfJ M rrJP
vTJ5PrFt-Jf !' Bk
r r 'foi "f M . V ,T".
fr?' y . j .VI, i . v vl
He I told your father that I just
She And what did he say?
He That I had better find aa aati-dote.
Myer That womaa over there
laughs like a maa.
Gyer Yes, its a wonder the graad
jury doesa't iadict her.
Myer What far?
Gyer Why, for mans-langhter.
no Langer useful. I
-.Hauc. mat nttie ooy next coor
-. ., .,. . ...
swears like a trooper. I hope yoa
don't plav with him."
"No. mother: not now He's
rt aS he kaew." Life-.
His Sixt.1 Sense. j
"3iff!er craes out a good deal ,
"I should say he did. Why. t
ii aa oystot
t ? ae fork with his eyes hUacfcIded-1
fane his bancs tied."
Just as Goes.
"Gh. yes. Skiancr was a leaewdary
; cacer cc iinxiey s -a. i area t
I . . r mm --.
know h. was a reUtrr et Rax.-
leys. ne wasa t. set ne w 3 ar- -
ney fer a reiattva.-
C!arace That is a migaty scxl-
iccing csst-ms. Gmwce, ;
Grace ras ai tiiar: ir . :
I - i- - ib i- r
r praaai- way tea sc gn
"And l mast "have a maid ta dres
lasts ted tie -so2hmf.
"To what" exni ed the mauvr?r
h. T s?e. jou meaa after .
H-a la tkat
r . . .
-- -cex tnat ae deeaat
-nat is the owaer of tke
He Tou look at
She I bes your panto. Yoa .
be such a fool, after a!L
He What do yoa mean
She Your remark skows
---- tat. aomty to
thoughts at a glance.
There was a
coor just now.
f think he could -n .
tried." said the
Why. then, do you say be im a
strange man. Bridget?" reyUed tke
woman who was living with, ker sec
Brown I just met Old
en his way down town to
son s body.
Green What! You don't m
say that his sob was dxwwaetf!
drown Oh. nc The old
aus iu any tne ooy a
Something to be Tnanfcful Par.
-u .aiier t am sorry to
that your husband has failed. Mrs.
Taketeasy It must be
-Mrs. Taketeasy (sobbing) Yea. It's
dreadful: but (brightening visibly)
thank soodness my new costuase it
home just before the crash! New
What an I4aal
She "Mercy r Charieyl How yoar
cothes smell of tobacco!"
Ke "Yes, I rode up in the saok
ing car to-night."
"vVhy. Charley.. I thought they were
using smoke consumers oa the rail
road now." Yonkers Statesman.
It Certainly Waa.
Riffraff Hear about Peakea?
Biffbang No; what about hte?
Riffraf They say his wife awde it
so hot for him that he had to leave
Biffbang Well, that certainly waa
? shrew-ed move on his part.
Ever Notice Itr
Brown I have just discovered what
it is that destroys a max's ataon
Green What is it alcohol or to-
I Browa Neither; It's doiag hla a
dote ca you.
I A Sunstituta.
" 1' Is this your advertises
ia the paper "Waatec A good
. mule to do a ugh: draj a'a
; ura-yman Yes. tnats mine. Why?"
' :tte Wnats
matter? re Je
I going on a vacation
Te lia P,
.escher icf arithmeti
"Tommy Twadcie mav iii
, what a r nw is."
-cmmy ir&m;iyj "a league'
eight hastha!: teams."
Ca tse Bargain Caufmr.
H A veany for yocr if-i
2i- r -ry aenca afraid yoa
E.d act gt fnl? raise icr joti
caey He Wnas We?- jI :V.rg qTZ
Sbs Of yae.
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