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THE OMATIX SUNDAY BITE: "DECEMBER ""Iff. 1VnT
YOU SHOULD BUY YOUR. CHRISTMAS CIGARS
WHERE YOU RECEIVE MOST FOR. YOUR. MONEY
Our Cnt Rale Clpar Department . 5 tora.n, fo-rst .
have mad 3 u special effort to assemble the best stock of cigars that money could
buy. Our values, therefor, are not only the best in the country, but our prices
are lower than can be had elsewhere. Gentlemen appreciate a box of cigars as
much or more than most anything else.
fillP npplil Of for fn Inriioc Ladies will find our store the best place to buy cig-
uui special uncr 10 Laaies ars und i( you do not know what gind you waynt e
can assist you and more ihan that we exchange them for you after Xmas if they
are not satisfactory. Spaco will not permit of the naming of all our brands. We quote
some of the best.
Here Are Some
We Sell at New York Prices
RO MHO AND JUUTF.T CIUAR8.
A polo Two fur 'Jr. or per x of lt.
Vv.rt-.rlcm 2'; or fi.'" per box 'f ?".
I'anatnllas 100 stialirht. or fli.M) per bo
IVrferclon.vlns Three for fi"c, or $T7! per
box of UO.
Royals Three for .Vic. or $7.0" per box of 3V.
Vurltanos lilc. or W.2f per box of 5".
Panatel)i lie, or $.1 J5 prr Iwi of 2."..
Itegnlla Especial Flnoa Three tor fv, or
$S.75 per box of 60.
Invlnclbles Three for J1.00. or JC.25 per box
Estrclas 20c straight, or 14.50 per box
Viola Three for 50c, or J3 "5 per box
l'erf.ctos Soc. straight, or $5.(0 per box
Vurliimos l.V or $il?Ti per box of 50.
pRnalellaf 15o, or Sl?.r) per box of luO.
15 K LINDA.
Populares Three for 6oc, or J3.75 per box
Purltanns l.v. or W.2S per box of ."A
I'uiiHtellas lie, or ll'.'.O" per box of IV.
perfectox or $5.(i per box of 25.
Liberals 2 for 25c. $5.(0 box of oi).
KEY 1 :T MUNDO.
Epicures ir or per box of 23.
EDWARD OA TO (IMPORTED).
KuvorltoM -20o straight, or $5.00 per box
1 tivliicibles 20c strulght, or $1.50 per box
Alamados 20c straight, or $150 per box
10c Vletorldad Puritano Extra-tc. or 12 50
per box of 60.
10c VIotvrMnd Conchas Finas Espotlnl 3?,
or J..".0 per box of 50.
10c I.u Ca ccU Conchas 5c, or $2.Jo per box
l"c C'j'.mleHs of Venus I'lplomalieon-Jc, or
$2.50 ir box of So.
10c Countess of Venus Invlnclbles 6c, or
$1.25 per box of 25.
10c Judge Wright Union Club Go, or $2.30
per box, of 10.
JOc Banquet Conchas 6c, or $2.5") per box
10c Ranquct Elfmarcks 6c, or $2.50 per box
10c Tlanqnet Invincible 6c, or $2.50 per
box of 50, i
10c Inventor Perfcctoa Jc, or $2.50 per box
10c Inventor Conchnn Especial 6c, or $2.50
per box of 50.
10c T,n Tonlca Perfect.) 5c, or $2.50 per
box of 50.
10c Vlrginiu Rufus Regalia 0c, or $2.50
per box of 60.
10c Jm. DcHsa Perfeclos, Oc, or $1.25 per box
10c Iml DosHa Ixindres 5c, or $2.50 per box
10c La Pessu Conchas Oc, or $1.25 p-r box
10c Queen Victoria-ic, or $2.50 per box
10c Marguerites Panatellas 5c, or $-.50 per
box of oo.
lOo Marguerites Infantes 5c, or $2.50 per
box of 50.
10c Cigars for 5c
OCR CKLEBRATED GATO CIOAR COM
BINATION. NO. 1 Five loo cigars for 25n.
OI llC IiLKBRATKD TOM IKiOKK CIOAK
COMBINATION, NO. 2-Fivu 10c cigars
OUR ClXKBRATKll III PAVORITA
ClOAR COMBINATION NO. 3-FIvc l"u
cigar for 25c.
OCR M INNEAPOEIH UANKRI PT HTOK
8ALK STIEE- ioING OX-dOc, 15c and
20c cigars for 5c.
the Drug Store
16th and Farnam Sts.
Ifuyler's New York Candy
Half-round to five-pound boxes, 80c per poum!.
Original Alkgretti Chocolate Creams
Half-pound to five-pound boxes, 60c per pound.
Smart Set Chocolates
Regular 60c value, Saturday only, 29c. We have placed
a large order for Saturday, Dec. 22. It will pay you
to buy Saturday.
Nl (;iKST THK FOLLOWING AS KriTAKLK
Real Rubber Toys tor Children
Triple Mirrors tor Shaving
Japanese Ash Trays
Myers-Dillon Drug Co.- cter.
Corner Sixteenth and Farnam Streets
BILLION FOR IMPROVEMENTS
Few Yorkers Makinr Tremendous Outlay
oi PriTate Undertakinzi.
CHIMNEY THE LATEST FREAK BUILDING
areoder Prepare to Spend $UtM,(MK)
In an Individual Campalarn
Acainat Old Klna- Bouie
aud Hla Arm?,
KKW TORK, Dec. 13. Is Now Yo-U
tunnel mad? Ilaa ome new microti luik
Inif In tbc subway Infected the whole city
with o desire for underground travel? Cer
tain It is that never before bus such a
stream of (fold been poured forth for under
ground burrowlngs. On three Bides of the
city human moles are madly dinging on
now tunnels at a cost which is almost
MaRKcrlue, totaling; not millions, but hun
dred of millions. The Pennsylvania tun
tioIh will cost 125.00n,o00. Then there Is the
Cortlahdt street tunnel, on which 110,000.000
will bo expanded, t lie Morton strett tun
nel, coFtlng JIS.OOO.COO, the Battery tunnel
at a mere $8,000,000. and tho Hteinwny
tunnel at K.&tM.OOO. In fact, there should
be tunnels enough for all nt prices to meet
any pocketl)ook. When they are completed
New York will lay claim to the title of
the greatest tunnel city In the world. Ifut
tt Is not only in underground work that
the city U spending millions. Altogether a
billion dollars is being Invented In Improve
ments, a fact which naturally causes Father
Knickerbocker to be much Interested In
tlilngx financial. The Oencral Electric com
pany is spending $20.o00,000 on au extension,
the New Haven railroad 310.000.w0 for elec
trification, the New York Central S,000,uOO
on various Improvements, Including the re
building of the Grand Central station, and
the Western Vnlon Jlo.Ooo.OnO. More mil
lions Invested In Improvements In nearby
territory swell the total to tho billion mark,
at which point even New York will have
to stop for breath.
Tn addition to the "Flatlron." New York
Is to have another characteristically nunied
building, for the new structure ut the
corner of Wall street and Broadway Ills
already be. rhrlwtened the "chimney."
As in the case of the "Flutiion," the own
ers selected a conventional name, but the
new ono has already superseded It. Thn
"chimney" very evidently deserves the
Ttame. For lis hcigh it Is the sU ndcret-t
building iu New York, the piece of frrouud
on which tt stands being almost minute,
and as It Is built of brick It preserves the
simile to a striking degree, as it towers
Into the air like, a glgantio chimney.
Through It, say those who have suffered,
will ascend the smoke of the money which
Is burned In the street every duy. Wall
street, Indeed, is undergoing a metamor
phosis.) Once the fashionable street of
"Uttle Old New York," when the city waa
little but not old, it proinlsea soon to be
come lined with skyscrapers, which it has
so far fairly well escaped. In addition to
the "chimney," only a block or two away,
tho new twenty-five-siory building of tho
Tni5t Company of America Is Hearing com
pletion. Besides being the tallest building
111 thn district. It will contain the hand
somest und most up-to-date banking rooms
In New York, which, of course, means in
the wholo 1'nlted Htates. Curiously enough,
the Tnist company's new home stands on
tho site of tho original iock exchange,
obliterating as It were one more reminder
of days gone by.
BulMlng lakes seems to be the latest di
version of our multl-nillllonaircs, and In
some rexpects no doubt It is a very satis
factory avocation for a man of plethorlo
bank account, posticsxlng us It does limit
less possibilities In the way of expenditure.
Following upon the heels of Andrew Car
negie's gtft of a lake to Princeton come
the announcement that John I). Itockefeiler
has constructed a private sheet of water
at Lakewood whereupon he will disport
himself during the winter at his favorite
outdoor pastime of skating. Cynical per
sons along Broadway have sugg sted that
tho great architect of Standard Oil is plan
ning to get In training to outsprlut the
numerous process-servers who are contin
ually being set upon his trull by unkind
public prosecutors, but this seems to be
belied by the fact that MarHliul llenkle
was welcomed by Mr. llockefe ler almost
with enthusiasm when he visited the latter
bearing an ofliclal paper during the last
week. In fact, so captivated w is Marshal
"Bill" by his kindly reception that he lias
been singing the praises of John V. ever
since, decluring that he Is a "perfect gent''
in every sense of the word.
The Tenderloin Is awaiting with consid
erable Interest the attempt of a former
barkeeper named Keel to consume 1.321,53
drink, or kiCJ.Ou) worth. Of courno he isn't
going to do it all at one sitting, but he has
promised to ottempt tho task, even though
It does appear to be something of an un
dertaking. As soon as he has tiuikhed It
he will go buck to his trade of mUiiu
drinks for other people. The whole situa
tion arises from un unexpitted inheritance
of $2ki,iu whU h came to Heed Just nt the
time when he began to feel that after years
of mixing drinks he ought to have a chance
to consume some himself about as man)
as he had sadly watched disappearing down
the throats of others on tho opposite sldt
of tho bar. Long aud careful calculations
revealed the fact that the legacy wou.d
purchase a million and a third of drinks,
wldch Heed thinks about the right num
ber. Accordingly he ' has laid aside his
white apron and his shaker to see the drink
problem from the other side, announcing,
however, that when his money is gone ho
will return to his old trade, with a has
tened thirst. Naturally tho Tenderloin Is
wondering where he will spend his money.
Tom Sharkey, it is rumored, with un eye
on the main chance, has offered Heed in
return for his 200.(wu nil tho drinks ho can
eonsumu during his lifetime but none at
all for his friends. 1 he sam rumor has
It, however, that the sailor pugilist's offer
was turned down ns too generous. Besides
that, R-ed doesn't want to spend all his
money In ono place.
A movement which will embrace the
wholu state la iiow forming among a num
ber of historic and patriotic societies, with
thn support of those persons who hao al
ready contributed, to tho .building of the
Palisades park to create ti reservation
embracing all of thn points of scenic
beauty und ldstorio interest along tho
shot's of tho lower Hudson. 8o much
public interest has been elicited by tho
endeavors of the Palisade Park commis
sion nnd its friends to oust tlio quarry
men from Hook mountain and to hasten
the completion of tho pinna for the greater
Interstate Pnlisade park thnt other per
sons having Interest In historic slt and
scenic points not embraced In tho lull
sadu puj-k territory havo buen encouraged
to present their Interests' to the public,
with tho result that a very considerable
support Is growing. There has boen some
talk of apiH-allng to the federal government,
but this plan is not generally accepted,
the feeling being that New Yorkers should
uo for themselves what needs doing. Tho
publiu is beginning to realize now that,
whllo much has been done in the way of
preserving sites of civil war buttles, al
most nothing has been done except by u
few patriotic societies lowurds preserving
revolutionary luiidmarks and battluMelds.
which aiu to nuniurous b th In' New York
state and New Jersey udjaceut to the valley
of tbe Hudson.
Tlio cosmopolitan character of New
York's population may be gathered from
tho headlines tn an issuo of the dally
papers. Juat Ht present readers nro re
galed wlih tlio war of Fast Side houc.
wives on the "Kosher Meat trust," re
ligious strife among the Bohemian con
tingent, a dramatic controversy in the
Pronnli mlonl' n 1. L .
, u. pun mousni against a
wealthy Irish family for the expenses of
a wake; a sensational , Italian murder and
chargea of polico prosecution, brought by
the Greek pushcart poddlora. Tomorrow
the Chinese, tha Syrians, the Germans and
tho Turks may be to the fore. New York
may easily dispute with Cairo tha right to
oo anown as the modern Babel.
Old Falls' church In Virginia, from which
the village of Kails" Church derives Its
name and at which President Washington
worshiped for years, and for u long time
was a Vestryman, Is to be restored by the
American Scenic und Historical Preserva
tion society at the request of the Ucv. G
H. Soiuinerville, the rertor cC the chuich.
Ucv. ltr. Algernon ti. Cransoy, who was
recently deposed from the Kpiseopal min
istry, has accepted the Invitation of thn
oocieiy oi i no ueneseo to spca
Everybody who haa tried Dybnll Candles Vnows that the name stands for tho highest excellence In
confections. The most acceptable Christmas gift, whether to the little outs or to adults, is a box of
DybaU'g Incomparable Chocolates absolutely the best, purest, healthiest and most tempting confection
you can secure anywhere In other words, Caudles that stand thn most rigid Pure Food Test.
In hard goods there is no place where price, und quality tue so attractively blcuded lowest price and
Don't bo misled by the cheap prices so loudly ir(K-luIuied else here. Our aim haa always been to
furnish candy or best quality first then to make the price as low as it is possible to be made cou
slstent with quality we give.
We are especially well equipped to handle large orders for schools, churches and societies. Candy
of all kind Candy of all sizes but Candy of quality. Get our special quotations for quantities for
churches schools, etc.
Dy ball's Chocolates
The Purest and Best
Tin simple reason why they are a
little better than any other, is be
cause we take particular pains to
make them better. Our chocolates
are made in our own confectionery,
from tho purest material money can
buy. They are made under our per
sonal supervision. Theso facta count
in results count in producing choc
olates of incotnparablo purity and de
llclousness. Buy it Xmas ft
per pound 0UC
Put up in tt, 1, 2, 3. 6 and 10 lb.
Wo carry an endless variety of Christmas Candles, including canay thanes, curings, tojs, uraia
Rings. Mottoes, etc.
Mixed Candies from 10c to 60c per lb. All Candles nro nintle in tlio inimitable Pyball way.
FANCY BOXES AND BASKETS
See our beautiful lino of Fancy Boxes aud Basketa for Christmas. All the latest desltns. At
tractively linud with silk and satin. In all sizes and prices.
He sure and visit our store Xmas week. lXok over our beautiful line of Candies, Christmas Novel
ties, Christmas Tree Decorations, etc., whether you buy or not.
DYE ALL The Palace of Sweets
1518 DOUGLAS STREET ,
ssjuLiivVasi 4 , -1 , , s, -twt nt n
FIVE-MILE RIDE WITH DEATH
Ibrillins; Experience sf a Woman on Steps
of Pasieieer Ooacb.
LOCKED OUT BY VESTIBULE DOOR
Telegraph Operator Gallantly Hmihes
to the Kescue, Stops Speedlu
Tralu aud Sates tbe
Her drehes the plaything of tho winds,
her hair blowing in wild didder. Miss
KUIth MilUion, or.e ut L.gun port's pret
tiest and bust known young women. d"S-
..i.n.ir to the handles of u cloned
.,.. .ho ntiior week for five miles I
ut i. vesuuuio
tnes X. !whu the Continental umiteu, in.
the cold, rushing winaa w-i ........,
inner in tumor oi BpeaKer Jumes AV. i whll tlm lonuin"""
Kttdsworth, Jr.. in New York on Saturday I ,,.- fastest train, tore thr
rvenlng, l Ybi uary 2. Hi subj.-.-t will bp j ba,m 8 IB"'1"1 ..
Sonifl CntoKl Truths That the World I at t" rttte of M i
should Know." I ,,, r,,M. rushing winds were
Aiesixo ttt- l to have a Young Mcn"s ' limbs and exhaustion wm iwoHeiiui
Christian association building. At a dlnnor I . v.o,,.n.,.- when It seemed
L'n,.r,"ioiJ"..!1;,'0". t.'?.." '!'."'. r? ' d droo from tho rush
n n i. nna n vtrnucu uy llio VIC IT'SlaOIlt BUO Iliuri, w " .
of tho ivmihlii u..1 flm l...,!!. i,...t .1. ,.11,1 unfl tiushod OVCl I
- ---- iruunin iiivji.'i.i 'train, w
and forolRn bUHinens men, the lntTnatoniil ..rtri nd then loft inert
I"V! :l.l?:r.?"?. l.Ml . !ru!".r ::" tut trai came to
me 1'iiiKjiuK. oim ine loeai supporters . uaii.erej u.n
of. tlm Younir Mnn'K riirKtiiin imu.i.M.m 1 . . xjnrtrlcker. In aban.
at e endeavonns to ml.-e $ni.w additional. , ' ' -t.i haj boarded the train, had
The com!nlt;.-e appointed by th ProBby. Mrc , , ,,.,..mont and rerll as the lim-
terlan Wi-hh-hI Atmbly to nolleit funds H ,,rtdVm , V,L Ml,i,n Pen.
for tho repair And leconstruetlon of Red was steaming out of the station, i eru,
ehcrches and Institutions In California, in. ,,.. nlne distant, was tho trains next
lured by i-nrtliqui.ko und lire, Ima just met 'V"1'. ' . nJ Modrlcker. realizing
In New York find made appropriations to schedule stop, nna moui l .
the ehur. hes needlnic nlri! The amount that tlm girl eould not possibly cling to the
thus appropriated, nil that the committee , u,,,iw that length of time, rushed to bis
has thus far bet.ii able to r:il is V),V. l"1111" ounded tho telegraph
The cmminee states that tlicne appropria- office and furlouMy u Bttt.
Hons uro but a beginning. It ha.-i been key calling the operator at HartKiuan sia.-
iiowhero near able to meet the JiiKt demands ,, ' flve miles away. When tho Contlnen-
me.de upon It The i.ppeaU for aid. pre 1 , I , ,,Ji thundered into view at Hatts
ont.;d by Ir. linker of Oakland, chairman fl Limited thundereu inio "
of tlm u.Ivlsory coniinlttw. amounted t.. ! , nun the operator was in the middle or tne
CTT.'WT. Thi'se included loss by tire and ,r, v wildly flaunting a red flag,
eaith.iu.ike. rwomitt uetlon, eul,.iVement or lnlLK .h.. Re.cued.
rhurelies, paymtnt of .hurcli .l.-l,ts. which follP"ed Kescuro.
th poverty ,ot thn people bronnht about riinluig lar the train eame to s.
by th.- iithgiiake nia.lu It lu.pobsible for 1111 ',' , Villlron loosened her grusp
the churi'lies i lionise ve tn t trn nnd Mis" Munroii 'D '
The Little Boy We Had
lilitK th. rn uln'r ,
- ... v ... . 1 U LIB -
a i-n. iiiilUB IMJIir ior mo.
And :hrif tinai) ain t just what it wan, be
.ause hm wtli, you see.
t4;.- i...,i. ......... i .
,o iii,u v.iiiii iiar iivn ntoivU a
iic b not iiuie no more
To bo Impatient for the day he made f
The Shortest Distance Between Points Is a Straight Line
Fcr Useful 2nd Tf)
U zJ ....Gifts
Tho largest ond best gssortuient of American end English Pocket Kutvt'8 west of New York.
A lar?o anj well assorted line of Mertden Carving Sets at prlcfs to Btilt any purse, and every nut warnted.
Fifty different styles of Chafing and Unking PUUeri, every one of whkh are warranted real copper or
brass, Mulshed in nickul and silver. Prices from $3.00 un.
We are exclusive ageuU for the celebrated WUi iluo of belabors und ehettrs, in seta or siugle pieces.
Our Manicure Goods are of the best known Ttihke. We have them in stts or otherwise. We haudle every
thing iu Shaving Outrun, in safety sett from 9 1.10 uu; tn ordinal y set or in single piici-a.
We are loug on plated ware for children's or table use, at prices that are popular. We belong to class A,
whose motto is, "Full valua for your money or no sale."
Dunning Hardware Co., 1514 Farnam
Tho ld I bought a your ago Jm
UlMttl UU llt:V
And thftf'ti Kioks, all in u
Hcarroly looked 'em thruuh.
iitin niiu . a.- -
i Vu. hnndles and sank to the grouno.
iwhew rte collapsed In a hep. She could
not have held on a, moment ion....
Mis. Mllliron villi talk but little of her ex
perience. Thoughts of that wild ride
fhiough space, with the wind howling and
Helflng in her ears and striving to tear
her from " M ,dc evcn "W "II
tremor, of feur through her body. "1 he
strain which she underwent during tho
time it took for the train to trave tl.os.
five miles would have caused a physical
breakdown in a person less strongly con-
lMlsJMll!iron had been visiting at the
hJ,ne of her sUter. Mrs. John Rood of La
fayette, and the two went Wabash o
visit another sister. Mrs. Heed Ucd U
remain for several days and MWs Mill
VinHtiv mado un her
sn-Kiy liitlu . hap: Iron in in- n. v.:. - -
Ami nil. unrt iiiinini I... ... .....I ...i,. ), r'onllllelltal IJblitfd ntld
, 7 V " , : " "17 ami ininu w ,.
wiejij;. i iei me loose: ; . . i,... i.,.niA In I.oiransport. Tne
e ri...i , f....i 1.1... .. .. . . .. i return m -
u., Mwvj IU11U, It
wusu t any uie.
iv..i jum MiMini ini time lant Je;ir lie
n-cinod to kind o' fail,
nd I'lirlMtmas we begun to fear he i ioked
thin aud pale;
ut, it ill and in uk ed as he w:.u. he lrt
Twas Just about thl
Hut, ti.iil and pi uk ed as he was. he left
lila gr indma s lap
When I i.im in s Santu c'lii ub n,,oi-
sl. kly llitio . hap!
rescue her. Ten, twenty, thirty miles bji
hour sped the train. The engineer was try
ing to niako up time OJid he pullod the
tlirettlo back another notch, llfty miles
au hour rushed tho train, stirring up tho
dust and gravel. To tho pussongers com
fortably sealed insddo telegraph poles along
the truck appeared, as picket fence and
farm houses llaehd into view only to dis
appear a moment later.
Tenaciously the girl clung to the handles.
Tho rushing wind blinded and buffeted her.
Her clothes wero tho plaything of its cap
rices and her hair vnm blown to ribbons.
Loudly It tihreaked and swayed Jier body,
6trlving to tear her away from the car.
liull aching pains were In her arms aud
shoulders. Constantly she, was changing
position, releasing und working her Unguis
to ease the strain on her arms and shoul
ders. Tho relief was momentary, but then
the old dull aches came back with renewed
force. It was now u inattor of moments
as to tho length of time that ahe would be
ablo to retain her hold. Bho did not think
of pruying. Tho flying ground beneath, the
rushing winds and click and rattle of
wheels seemed to hold her in a sort of spell.
Everything was forgotten except tho
thought that she was soon to drop down
and meet the rushing, fleeting earth.
But sho did not. For this she has the
operator at the station in Wabash, Mod
rlcker by nana-, to thank. Ho had seen the
girl board the car as tho train waa moving,
and ran to the telegraph office. Ho did not
take time to go through the door, but, lean
lug through an open window, furiously be
gan to call Hartsman station.
1I-S," "H P," "II S," he called. He
worked the key with frenzied haste. A half
dosen times, a doxen times, he called.
Kvcry minute the Continental IJinited, with
the girl clinging to its side, was rushing
nearer Hartmnan station. HartBiuan five
miles away and minutes were preeloas, if
the train was to be stopped. Sweat began
to ooxe on the operator's forehead.
Trampled on Red Tajie.
"11 8." "H 8," "H-8." he pironded
more furiously than before. The two
letters were run together und the teh'graph
key bung a continual click of dots. Af:er
what seemed a lifetime, but which In
r.ullty wiis only a moment or two, goineJ on it. Neiv York Press.
one broke in. It was tho operator at
"Stop Continental Limited." Jtodricker
ordered. It's a serious thing for au op
erator to hold up the Continental Limited
without orders, but Modrlcker did not
care. A life possibly hung In the balance,
and lie intended to act first and get order
afterward. The operator at Hartsman
Btation demurred. Quickly Modrlcker told
tho circumstances said that ho would taks
all blame. The other operator was of tha
same strlpo as Modrlcker. He did not call
up the train dispatcher; he trampled upon
red tape, and seizing a red flag he ran out
of his shanty. The limited was then just
appearing Into view fur down the track.
The operator planted himself between th
rolls and with red flag aloft, ha doggedly
hold his place waving the danger signal.
The engineer seeing the flag had clapped
on the air and brought the train to a stop
within a few feet of the station. Tha
conductor came running ahead, Irritably
demanding to know the cause of the stop.
The operator pointed to the rear end of the
train. In a collapsed heap on the ground
was the form of a woman. Conductor and
operator went back. They wero joined by
curious passengers. When they arrived the
woman, who happened to be young anil
pretty, had struggled to her feet. The op
erator explained the circumstances and the
girl was assisted aboard the train. Tha
rest of the journey to Logonsport wss mad
reclining on the cushions in the train. Miss
Milllron was surrounded by a group of
awed pasongers, who tried to get her to
talk of her experiences. But she was too
unnerved to talk. Arriving here she went
to her home unassisted, but a reaction set
in, and as the result of her wild ride and
terrible experienres, sho was confined to
tho house several days. Cincinnati Enquirer.
Reflections of m Bachelor.
When a man believes In bell it's for tha
A man would have plenty of time to do
all his work if lie didn't spend s much
time trying to dodge it.
It's better for a girl to have a fortune
than a titled husband, because If she haa
she can get tho other with it if she lnsialg
WE WILL CURE ANY MAN
It did best all how much he knew for one
so Utile. iSinurt?
liy. he could lead a piece, once thioush
and have ii all by heart:.
lb- iilmot-t kii. w the alphabet before he
inaincd to wa!k;
H llf.ll ..... ..V ..U l.A'.l .. . .1
...nt HK)D mi ineni
rourin wuh Ins talk
;Look: Here's a picture that he tnaUe
i what is it'.' Why, a cow.'
8oe, theie's the hornabut I'm afraid you
think I'm fooliali, now.
That deep mark yonder on th wall, he put
it llieie one ilay;
When paper ha infers canie this fall, so It
was left to show
I hoi) the IxmMl pardon me because 1
Jawed him so;
I'll not be t-oon forgeuin' what he answered
"Exeune me. grandpa. I forgot that ' nienby
... ...i. ,...n,.aitiite.l a harried packing and
I fast walk to the Wabash rauroau nai.u
I .. ... . 1....1 I.. It... .li.Twlt IllUt U!
lilleHS there ain't im Smm CLuik..
at leant there s none for me;
I usid to kind o Hunk there as, and so. J
KUihn did he;
But nlut s the use uf rhrUtmas now? He's
not lint? uaiiciii iuu!ij.
yei i Momentum inius. somenow, ne
....... kl,... l.LM 1.UII.
His pa iiii'i ma up there to love, keep
wiiinn' Hid be glad
At Chi'iittiiias In remembrance of the little
boy e hsd.
8. K. Klser in Record-Herald.
1 uihi nam 1 '
Miss Mllliron arrived in tliu depot junt an
the train was pulling out. She gave her
ister a farewell kiss, aud clutching her
skins she raced out and plucklly grabbed
the handles of vestibule tar. Hhe
was dragged a litlie befoie he clam
bered upon the st,p. tie vesu..u,L
j to nnen. It would not budi--'-.
She pushed and strained and, falling to
open it. pounded tnuitlcaliy on me gia,
hoping to attract the attention of porters
or passengers. Her efforts were drownel
In the rattle and roar of the train, and
she turned to alight. Fear seUrd her.
The momentum was such that she dared
not rik a h ap into space. The train win
Increo-slug In speed each pal'g moment,
t'onfllclirg rini.tlon filled hr. the wartel
to leap out. but dared not. Klic knew It
was tlie right thing to do the only thing
to do, but her nerve failed. Twice she
nerved herself for the drop, but each time
she drew back and tightened her hold on
Tralu at Fall Speed.
Hope was In her that one of the- train
crsw or pabsengers mould see her plight and
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