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JOHANNES & KRUMLAND
HIS TALE TOLD IN A MOMENT.
But It Is Not Hard to Imagine That
the Delay Was Fatal to the '
One morning not long ago there
burst Into the office of a physician in
Tacony, Pa., an excited individual,
who, as he perceived the doctor just
disappearing into his consulting room
with a patient, exclaimed:
"Doctor! Doctor! Just one mo
ment!" "I'll see you shortly," was the curt
"Only a second, doctor! Only a sec
ond is what I want!" protested the
"I'll see you shortly," reiterated the
physician, with increasing impatience.
Whereupon, with a sigh, the man
took a seat in the general reception
hall, says Harper's Weekly. His ex
citement soon subsided, for he read
the morning paper through, glanced
through a number of magazines, and
played awhile with the doctor's cat
Then, after a period of half an hour,
the doctor reappeared, and, in an air
of great condescension, said to the
erstwhile excited person:
"Now, sir, I am at your service.
Your turn has come. What can I do
"Oh, nothing special," was the re
ply. "I only dropped in to tell you
that your neighbor's cows have es
caped from the yard and are now hav
ing a fine time among your flower
THE MAD RACE FOR WEALTH.
Stock Gamblers Misapply Funds That
Are Theirs Only in
We once knew a professional gam
bler who habitually lost in front of
other men's tables what he made be
hind his own. How do you account for
that? He would sit behind his own
tables night after night, claiming his
sure percentage from the gamblers on
the other side, and when he had thus
accumulated 120.000 or $30,000, he
would go and lose it all in one sitting
on the wrong side of another man's
Most of the scandals affecting stock
exchange members in Wall street
come of their having got on the wrong
side of the table. A house does not
set out deliberately, in the first in
stance, to make away wrongfully with
'the customers' funds. The head of
the house or one of its members be
comes extravagant, lives beyond his
resources, and needs money quickly.
He turns to the stock market He be
gins as a speculator, takes greater and
greater risks, becomes a gambler, and
ends by breaking his house and cheat
ing his clients. Haven't yout wondered
why In these cases the men who mis
use jour funds In their private stock
market gambling always lose them?
That is because they have been try
ing to do what you have been trying
to do make 500 or 1,000 per cent on
a given amount of capital and it
simply can't be done. Everybody's.
Wise Idea of Matron.
The spirit of independence is driving
men and women into apartments,
where they can live as they please
and be under obligations to nobody.
Favors are returned, and so are
slights, and a degree of harmony pre
vails. Such people are welcome
guests In many places, for they have
the good sense to limit visits. "Live
with my son?" repeated a handsome
matron the other day to a friend whe
wondered why she was not an inmate
of the pretty home she visited fre
quently. "Not I." with emphasis
"There is the deepest affection be
tween us, which I take precious care
to preserve by this sensible arrange
ment I am an Important personage
now, but if I was located in the best
chamber of that house I would be
come a nuisance. I have seen some
thing of the world, and I want to end
my days in peace and comfort"
Scotland and England have agreed
to forget all old unkindness and erect
a monument of Fiodden field com
memoratlve of the courage of their
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ancestors of 1513. Both' sides art
right, for the Scotch lost the battle
quite as much by King James' high)
strung chivalry preventing him from
using his strategic advantages as by
,,the superiority of the English archery.
Fiodden was among the last of the
great battles in which firearms
counted for little or nothing. Prob
ably the last appearance of the bow
in war was in Russia a century ago
The Russians at Eylau, 1807, had a
body of Bashkirs in chain armor whe
opposed arrows to French bullets, aad
during the retreat from Moscow la
1812 occasionally French soldiers
found themselves targets for the same
First Aid to Memory.
The Coming Poet was being enter
tained at an afternoon tea given is
his honor by the leading society ladles
of his native town. It was the Poet's
annual home-coming. And leave it tc
him if he wasn't playing up his tran
scendental mysticism, or mystic tran
scendentalism (take your choice) tc
the awe-inspiring point Just a few
But, as usual, he was misunderstood,
For instance, when he sprang his fa
vorite bromide, "An indefinable some
thing within me often whispers that
I have a message to deliver," a dense
dame shattered the solemn silence
with: "What a labor-saving gift that
must be! Why, when I want my hus
band to deliver a message I always
have to tie a string to his finger tc
remind him of it!" Illustrated Sun
Borneo Inviting to Naturalists.
There is no country in- the world
more Inviting to the naturalist than
Borneo. Here are found the flying
squirrels, flying foxes, flying lizards,
flying frogs, and the natives report
flying snakes. Among the most noted
birds is the litUe swift Collocalia Nidi,
fica. Their nests are eaten by the
Chinese, and are regarded as a great
luxury. These birds build their nests
in limestone caves of a glutinous sa
liva which they produce from thelt
glands; no sticks or any other foreign
substances are used. The collection
of these nests is an important indus
try with the natives, though they pay
a tax on all they take to market The
value of those exported from British
North Borneo in 1907 was $35,924.
They are served at the great feasts of
the Chinese, especially at weddings.
Asthma Plant of Queensland.
The euphorbias are very numerous
in the colony of Queensland, and
among them Is the -euphorbia piluli
fera, the "Queensland asthma plant,"
which has a remarkable reputation
for curing this troublesome complaint
Several pharmaceutical preparations
of the plant are extensively sold la
Australia. Analysis shows that a
green plant contained 79 per cent by
weight of water and three per cent of
ash, leaving 18 per cent of vegetable
matter. A dried plant contained aa
alkaloidal substance equal to about
1 part in 1,000. It contained also a
i glucosidal substance to the amount
I rt nnt mnro than 4 nnrts in 1 AAA
Possibly one or both of these was the
active principle of the plant.
Schisms That Seem Small.
Two religious sects who hated one
another bitterly were found by Sven
Hedin in Tibet Searching fer the
cause of this aversion he found that
one of the sects believed that the
prayer wheel should turn to the right,
while the other was convinced that the
wheel should turn to the left In the
region of the Bramaputra he found a
mountain which Is so sacred that who
ever walks around it 13 times has all
his sins forgiven. The result of this
belief is that criminals from far and
near infest this region. When Sven
Hedin started to ride around this
mountain on his horse the pilgrims la
formed him that that would do hist
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TOO DEEP FOR ENGLISHMAN.
Neat Bit if-Wit with Whleh Hia In
sular Brain Was Unable
A youag woman of Iriah descent
treat to a tea that was given oa a re
cent Sunday afteraooa for the artists
of one of the, opera houses. After she
bad listened to the babel of tongues
In the drawing-room for a while, for
the singers were talking ia. French,
German, and Italian, she, weat into
the library, where one of her acquaint
ances was presiding over the tea
With a beautiful assumption of Hut-'
tering embarrassmeat, the young
woman leaned over the table and fal
tered out: "I don't know how I came
to do it, but do you know I only came
with eight languages to-day, when I
meant to bring 12. ' I've looked In
my muff for the others, but they are
not there, and do you know, I' feel
positively embarrassed without them
all." And with this she went on her
Now, the woman at the tea table
thought this a pretty good bit of wit,
and when a young Englishman came
up to her to have his cup refilled she
told it to him. He looked at her
blankly and thea said with a puzzled
"What an extraordinary place to
carry them! Do you think she meant
GARDEN THAT IRVING LOVED.
Writer's Pride and Pleasure in Old
Fashioned Ground at Home
The gardens at Sunnyside, planned
by Washington Irring, followed the old
fashioned order. He loved a riot of
color, and the plants and towers which
he frequently cultivated and watered
repaid him with their best. Over the
porch clambered vines that he trained
with Ids own hand. One of these,
brought by a friend from Abbotsford,
and said to have been taken there
from Melrose abbey, was his particu
lar delight It climbs there still, shad
ing the porch and the iron porch chair
and that, too, is there In which Irv
ing used to sit in the long drowsy sum
mer afternoons readlag a book.
But the gardens themselves have
disappeared in more formal plantings.
Sunnyside, also, under the radical im
provements ordered by the author's
grand-nephew, is scarcely recognizable
for the house that Irving left While
still occupied by descendants of the
author, it is no longer their property.
Powder is worn more than usual
this spring. This fashion note can
be observed on the faces of the aver
age girl from 18 to 23 years old any
where in town, says the New York
Times. Just what or who is respon
sible for the Introduction of this pure
ly Parisian facial fad is not easily as
certained. But the result Is to give
the average young woman one sees
on Broadway or Fifth avenue an ef
feet of unwholesomeness almost
ghastliness in fact that is decidedly
unpleasant Of course, the observer
only has time to note that it is the
lower part of these girls' faces that
is unadorned with this deathlike
mask. The upper part almost invari
ably is hidden by the drooping brims
of the peach-basket or coal-scuttle
New Kind of Tape Measure. -Tape
measures are so useful and in
dispensable to the dressmaker in their
present form that it would seem as it
it were impossible to improve on their
construction. Tet this has-been very
easily accomplished in a tape meas
ure recently patented by a New York
man. A short piece of flexible
springy material is combined with the'
end of the limb tape measure. The
end is thus made self-supporting. Th&
value of thus having a' small portion
of the end of the tape-measure still
and unbendable will be , apparent
where small measurements are to be
made; the necessity, of holding the
end of the tape measure is eliminated
The measuring can also be accom
plished much more quickly and with
accuracy something impossible in a
limp tape measure, where small mess
urements are made.
Irreparable Loss to Mexico.
The Springfield Republican calls
attention to the Irreparable losses
caused by the. fire la the City of Mex
ico which destroyed the building
where the chamber of deputies had
met since 1872. Among the docu
ments that were burned were the con
stltution of 1861, which was signed at
Chllpanclngo and for many years was
guarded in the state archives In that
city; the act of Independence, signed
in 1821 when Iturbide entered Mexico;
the constitution of 1824, the coastitu
tion of 1857, under which the latter
day reforms were initiated, and the
signatures of the heroes of Mexican
independence aad Mexican history.
W. J. Lampion, the long, lank poet
from Kentucky, has two inventions of
which he Is more proud than of hit
most peculiar poetry. They are a
cinnamon splash a drink that is worse
the next day than pink elephant whis
ky and toothpicks with punch.
"I don't know why," explains the
poet "that nobody else ever thought
of serving toothpicks in punch, a
toothpick 'to a glass. How else can
you pick oat the strawberries and
pineapple aad cherries with which
they fill most punches here in New
York.. Id like to know?" New York
All Are Baay Dig fine.
"The love of money a the root of all
evil," 'but everybody seems to be dig
ging away at the root even preach
era seem to preach more powerfully
when they have pleaty of the roots in
their salary. The love of mosey
while a root of all evil, may also be
the root of much good. The Bible alsc
says: "Money aaswereth all things.
"Money is a defease." If there were
no desire for wealth there woaM b
no need of it It would sooa ceame t
exist at all, aad society would ac
back to a state of actual barharlasa.
For Hit Fara Hm
All the comforts of
town life can now be
had on the farm.
Heat the house with
hot water, and get the
rrmYimnm amount of
comfort at a! minimum
cost The dajrof the
base burner in the
country home is rapid
WHY NOT HAVE THE BEST
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One installed, they last a life
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about it, .r drop us a card stating
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A Millinery Escape.
The woman was rushing so wildly
out of a hat store that she dashed
against her friend without seeing her
"What's the matter?" asked hei
friend. "A fire?"
"No," the woman panted. "It's a hat
That girl in there! She's so magnetic
If I hadn't jabbed on my own hat ant
run as hard as I could she'd have
made me buy a hat as big as all oul
'doors, with a whole cherry tree on II
that made me look like the very old
Knew Her "Missis."
"Hadn't you better wash the dlsnes
before we go?" said a man, who was
taking a hired girl out for a walk;
"your missis will be sure to see them
and scold you." "No, she'll not," re
plied the girl; "aa soon as she learns
I. am going out for the evening, she'll
spend all the time looking through my
New Hampshire's Name.
New Hampshire was called so with
reference to the original patentee,
who was governor of Portsmouth Id
Hampshire, England. It is known as
the Granite state, from the fact that
Its mountains are largely composed
of that stone.
Next Pure Reading Matter.
Poet "Will you accept this poem at
your regular rates?" Editor "I guess
so it appears to contain nothing ob
jectionable. Go to the' advertising de
partment and ask them what the rates
are. How many times did you .wish
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LIFE WELL WORTH LIVING.
Man Whe Has
tracted 'Much ef the Honey
There Is a man in Massachusetts
fey the aasae of Henry J: Turner who
has had. we suspect, more solid en
joyment ia his long life than any maa
in the world. This Is, of course, a
very strong; statement,' but whea we
remark that la the last 40 years Mr.
Turner has, with a hook and line,
caught 11 miles of ash. the gentle
reader will surely agree to the asser
tion. By 11 .miles we mean that whea
these fish, nearly all pickerel and the
largest not weighing over five pounds
and the average weight not reaching
a pounds are laid down, head to tail,
the line would extend 11 miles
away. He averaged four fish a day
fbr 40 years, counting in sick days,
winter days, storm days, Sundays in
fact, f or every day in 40 years he
caught four fish.
While it is easy to calculate the
pounds, distance, number and all the
statistics of this 40 years' fishing. It
Is Impossible to estimate the Joy that
has come into this man's life. Why,
he has had more real, downright, up
right fun than all the presidents; cab
laet officers, congressmen, million
aires, euchre players, automobilists,
vaudeville goers all put together.
Just think of those meditations and
exhilarations attending upon the 175,
000 bites he had and the 55,000 fish
he drew out of the water. That
man's joy has been greater than the
man's who found a bonanza, built a
palace to live In and drinks cham
pagne instead of water. Ohio State
AS TOLD BY INDIGENT ALBERT
Really Remarkable Tale of Woe That
Should Satisfy the Most
"My unfortnlt condition I traces di
rect to the vanity of wimmin," said
Indigent Albert, accounting for his
financial lack of stature to the pedes
trian of benevolent aspect.
"How Is that?" ,
"Well, sir, you see I- was seckind
mate aboard of a three-masted
schooner what traded between here
and South Amurrika. She was the
dalslest (parding my tears) little craft
that ever sailed the oshun blue. She
was built all through of the finest
curly maple, wich every, seaman
knows is the best wood for ships
"That's news to me."
"Yes, sir, p'raps. But as I was
sayin', we took on board one trip a
cargo of them Irons what wimmin
uses for to mar-sell their hair. They
was for wimmin in Brazil. We was
doln' fine and dandy until we struck
the tropics. Then them irons got het
up and the whole ship went to pieces.
Ob, but it was rotten hard luck, it
"But I don't understand."
"No, sir, p'raps not But as I was
sayin', w'en them Irons got het up
every curly maple plank in the ship
Jest nacherally curled up in a mar
sell wave, and we pore marineers had
to swim to shore, miles and miles
away Thank you kindly, sir. You
has a heart of di'monds. This will
give me a place to lay my poor, un
fortnlt head." Freeman Tilden in
An Unpopular Official.
There is one public official that goes
begging in many small suburban
towns. Nobody wants the position of
"It Isn't that we're afraid to handle
the beasts," said one man who had de
clined the honor. "It is the fact that
the business of running in dogs gets
everybody down on us. I know a man
a first-rate fellow he is too who
was made dog catcher in a Staten Is
land village. He had enjoyed the best
kind of reputation up to the time he
took that position, but before he had
held the job three months, hardly a
person In the town would speak to
him. In the opinion of the general
public, to scoop up poor, little, defense
less doggies and cart them away to
the pound is the furthest cry of human
Ignominy. The man who will do such
a thing sinks below the level of the
official hangman and no longer holds
a place in the esteem of his. neigh
bors." Silent Clubs.
Some eccentric persons in the
French capital, we learn from a Paris
contemporary, have formed a club the
principal rule of which is that all the
members when at the institution shall
preserve an absolute silence. Our con
temporary prophesies a short life for
the club in a country noted for its
loquacity. Moreover, the idea is by
no means new, for we read toward the
end of the seventeenth century of a
similar assembly In London. Many
such clubs are said to exist to-day in
China. The silent members of the
Spectator club gave us unaided Sir
Roger de Coverley, so what measure
less possibilities are before this new
club of silent members!
Advertising That Counted.
An Oklahoma boy put up what he
considered a good joke on his mother
by advertising In her name for a hus-'
band. He Is now being walloped by
a good, stout stepfather, the surprised
but not at all frustrated mother hav
lag annexed the first man that came
along, and doing well at that, as the
neighbors all allowed. You can do
anything In this world that is doablt
.by proper advertising. Let our Mr
talk with you about it. Minne
Dolls Are Matrimonial Agents.
Travelers through Servian villages
often see dolls suspended in the win
dows of cottages. The dolls have
nothing to do with child life but sig
nify that a marriageable daughter 01
a widow lives In the house.
It generally happens that aloag
about the time one" becomes able to
recogaixe true art one loses the kaaea
of being able to take advantage of
hastaes opportunities when they pre
Esm ft " ' ril
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I am a Moon.
SEE ME AT L. W.
BATTLE MUSIC NOT MARTIAL
British Soldiers Prefer Music Hall
Songs to Heroic Hymna When
They Go Into Action.
It is an understatement of deeds of
heroism which delights the British sol
dier, declares Sir v Arthur Conan
Doyle in Through the Magic Door.'
Anything In the least "highfalutln"
would depress a body of English
troops; German troops can march to
battle singing Luther's hymn's; French
men will work themselves into a fren
zy by a song of glory; but English
poets need not imagine that martial
song is what the British soldier needs,
as these instances testify.
Our sailors, working the heavy guns
in South Africa, sang: "Here's an
other lump of sugar for the bird." 1
saw a regiment go into battle to th6
refrain of "A little bit off the top."
The martial poet, unless he had the
genius and the Insight of a Kipling,
would have wasted a good deal of ink
before he got down to such chants aa
The Russians are not unlike us in
this respect. I remember reading of
some column ascending a breach and
singing lustily from start to finish, un
"til a few survivors were left victorious
upon the crest, with the song still go
A spectator inquired what wondrous
chant It was which had warmed them
to such a deed of valor, and he found
that the exact meaning of the words,
endlessly repeated, was "Ivan is in the
garden picking cabbages."
The fact is, I suppose, that a mere
monotonous sound may take the place
of the tom-tom of savage warfare, and
hypnotize the soldier into valor.
GIFT OF CHINESE EMPRESS.
Miss Carl, Portrait Painter, Has an
Interesting Jewel Presented
by Tsi Ann.
Miss Katherine Carl, the portrait
painter, has an interesting jewel, pre
sented to her by the empress of China.
, which reveals Tsl Ann, even amid her
cares of state, as a remarkable enthu
siast for the minor harmonies of life.
It was while Miss Carl was living at
the palace for the purpose of painting
the empress' portrait that the incident
occurred. On one occasion when Mis?
Carl appeared before her the empress
was not satisfied with the unrelieved
gray of the painter's gown. Sending
for flowers from the garden she tried
them against the gray gown, but as
they were all pink or red in tone the
combination did not please her.
Finally she drew from her own hair
the floral decoration which she herself
wore. This was of jasmine blossoms
worn in the Chinese fashion; with the
leaves all removed and a long pin
thrust through rows of blossoms,
which were packed tightly together on
the pin. The head of the ,pin has a
branch of coral, with a setting of twe
When the empress had tried this,
flower strung pin against Miss Carl's
hair and gown she was pleased with
the note of color Jt afforded, and,
thrusting it into Miss Carl's hair, she
"Keep this pin when the flowers
have faded as a souvenir of me and to
remind you also that it is the duty ol
all of us to look as well 'as we can at
all times, and especially that It Is the
duty of women."
Said Uncle Silas:
"It takes a woman longer to get
Into her duds to go down town shop
ping than it 'does a man to pack up
for a six months' vacation trip." Loa
Tact and Talent.
Talent feels its weight, tact finds its
way; talent commands, tact Is obeyed;
talent Is honored with approbation,
and tact is blessed by preferment
In Praise of Music
Music is the only one of all the arts
that does not corrupt the mind.
Canadian Farmers Own Homes.
About 87 per cent, of the farmers of
Canada preside over their own farms.
Sultan Fond of Zoology.
The sultan of Turkey is the propri
etor of a fine zoological garden.
Dark Houses in Scotland.
Scotland has many houses without
PRICES SHOULDN'T PULL
very strongly in the selection of a photographer. It is a good portrait job are
after, not a chance to save a quarter or half a dollar.
OUR PRICES FOR PHOTOGRAPHS
are aaither the highest or the lowest. They, however, represent whst is a fair
return for the highest grade of photo work. See our studio aad you'll see wast
our idea of grade is. DeH ART STUDIO.
I'm All Right
WEAVER & SON'S
ROYALTY WRITES COOK BOOK.
Is Said to Contain a Recipe fer Irish
Stew That Is Superior to All
The announcement that Qaeea Alex
andra and Lady Dudley are to co-operate
in the writing of a cookery book
should make all Anglo-Saxon house
wives prepare their culinary depart
ments for an attempt at some famous
dishes. The queen is Known to be aa
adept in the kitchen and she has a
recipe for an Irish stew that should
make every Irishman's mouth water
when he reads it, or, better still, whea
the recipe takes practical shape, fox
him, in his good wife's culinary ac
complishments. That reminds us that
the stew is by no means a favorite dish
in this country; the average house
wife looks upon It as a family dish
that absorbs resurrected products of
bygone meals and is never intended
for company. How different in Europe,
where the chef has a thousand aad
one ways of concocting a stew, the
very memory of' which inclines one to
smack the lips enjoyably. Here the
stew is a despised and mostly rejected
thing, unless it consists of kidneys
and choice portions, say, of the fowl
We may have to thank Queen Alex
andra if we can see .the Introduction
of a variety of stews such as we have
tasted in Europe into our own house
holds. With a fine relish, we say:
"Oh let it be soon!" In the matter of
liquid compounds, there is the queen's
famous concoction of sole gin and el
derberry wine. What excitement la
our kitchens a few weeks hence! The
queen's determination to publish her
recipes doubtless has been promoted
by the success and popularity of hei
photograph albums, which now are
to be seen on this side in number.
SENATOR WAS DOWN THE ROW
Governor of State Outranks the Repre
sentative in the Upper Branch
Many people will be surprised to
learn that a governor outranks a sena
tor, according to the law of precedence
in vogue in other countries.
A few years ago the new senator
from Vermont, Carroll S. Page, was
crossing the Atlantic with the late Sen
ator Redfleld Proctor in the Cunard
steamship Campania. They had, of
course, seats at the captain's table
Senator then (Governor) Page was
surprised to find himself occupying the
post of honor, with Senator Procter
seated further down the table.
This the modest governor of the
Green Mountain state thought was not
quite correct and he remonstrated,
explaining that there must be some
error, as his friend was a United
States senator and his superior la
rank. He was told that a governor out
ranks a senator. National Magazine.
The Cost of Being Beautiful.
The latest scientific experiments
prove that to remain eternally young
and beautiful you must not only eat
and drink in the sparest manner, buf!
undergo actual periods of starvation.
Vice may be a monster of hideous
mien, but stage a play or write a book
about it, and it beats the deuce how
many persons will welcome the mon
ster. Los Angeles Express.
Pointer for Kissers.
Never kiss a girl while the scent of
cigarettes is on your lips, for the next
fellow who comes along may thlak
she has been doing the smoking.
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