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THE BEE: aLAJLX imTPAY. JUNE 27. 131.
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( Things Yen Yfant to Know
yiiw. ia nothing hi Wisnmgron ilhf a 2. it these are not pun4 around to the
Bmn J:TO"T aisssrdlng to mnuurai rg-.iiar boar-lm-a,
Boai-ier"! at Btiii Tin domicile. And there 3ut the Bourn curar hill tar tile year
ar iut -if 'news boar-lrr. Pmy look far tilou ap C..W". and tliat tha senatorial
iDmt iwlirtim to dliuiws aomt four dim salary.
a w- r-gnflirlT aa they took for the , TVien Senator "Bub" LaFollatt u
9anaa- Bmim nt Oi "gun 1 ana of the
V afMaker mat '-!' str-irk Waanlnartnn.
aad fia like no hav bis dear frmds .
anmad. aun. WTry, ha spends tits senatorial
7"r fsr mBn and tunscrw
Ajm, aad Bia dinners aav nvr been flg
"I w-uit you to gomi aver to dinner to
ri mlir."4 Sourif arid .To Bev-ridgo til oth to
day. "Vnil, Jonathan, this ta my first invita
tion." "piled Cm arsrwhil any orator. "al
rim A-iMniiH r tn rh Mini board a:
your house, and I thought I ought to got j
ann tnfcifwrit tnia jiiiin."
Thn rsiriitor haiiitura at tha 3iurna haum .
mm Inwi f Natmuika. Curnmlna and
Dal!Ivsr C Xuwa; 3uraa at Muim, and
C!anp of Sl'.nnnaita. Othera who nut their j
tuat Lha hoHpltX tahte of tha Ornn I
anatar ar Jkitincii. Cluu and Eai!y. J
Sar!z avorx amauir haa had at leant ana I
ttnriucin. but uia Snoraiua. tha mwan.
tlis IitaLhaan. and rha X!nnaotan ar bia
Bnuxna'a apaeiaity ia bia endCali dinner
The wulluu aC tMla dinner eanae the 1
senatnriai mnuth: to wanr. It : anrred :
ail ac tince and la all piled on the same ,
piaa at fflirt, bua by tha time the senator j
haa uteoned-U9 bia plata w.rh a Utria salad'
or duaeiTt an the extfv ha ia rady tu rnnuit ,
ana rf 3imn'i cg ctgara and Ilnren tu
Bouraa na-.Uia bia jpeech on tha initiaciv
anal i iftn aiitam.
Tha cudf!ea- dinner tv founded an Raited
Tan which, furma the baaa of tha piiuefuT
whluii aauaCieak Ute aenaairiui annrtite.
On top- or ohnf foumtatiun ia piled new
peaa, nw" poraxora. beeta. and any other
. vncatabaiea. ctaa aenamra aak foe Over it
all la panrad, a gravy wtucn tha Bourne
chef aionar eaa nulu. Tien tne senator
eaa.mlx tnu ail up or ha caa eac it wt th
an miiir -
Tha olaars which tlia buat paaaea around
at tha Cluae of the meal coat J ceota eauh
T w ittaa. Jmmism ij. tm . ilua .inca Ha haa.a term
bosew ut amnieea fur rara- arnaauma, tha
f:ai- coating; aacft a raunut aUver dollar.
sa."r -1 a- prsr jus' i
eadin Chestnut Tree
An autumobna came whirang through a ;
small town and bowled aver a prominent,
resident. Among rhoe who saw the actti-
dent and were exi"it-d Sv it was a young ,
pnvatciaiw just: brgtnning to practice. i
"A doctor' a donor'" he crted. "Soma- ;
body run. fur m pny-ntuan."
"How about ymzx-MifT sugnenwd an
sotqitaHiuincei who bitopaned to ba at tha j
'ST.. re ntirl '"" said the vauna Oractl- '
noner; "-E nevsr thought of thai.''
, house aa quietly aa he could, turned up
"F'ir master! y rstraata." explained a Ulfi reading light in the library, and setUed
Brmstt oftloes tu an Amenian. "we have homseif aa If perusing a massive, loath er
a few general eiiiuus to Bull or. On sever! j bound volume. Presently his wifa entered
occasions !h has made a retreat without ! iqo room, aa ba knew aha would, and
Uiiunff an arli.-er. a man. a gun. or a Sag." : asked what ba was doing.
"fr a atlnuts,' artnad tha American. j "Qh;" ha replied. "I didn't feel Uka
I turning ia when I first cam borne, and
.k uCciaL of one of the big fciegraph ,
eompunie had takn his seat ufler muiung '
an i er-dinnr speech, wbt?n one of the'
diners said to bia nuighnar at the tajin. ,
"Pretty good, waan t itT
Rather-; but I can't sy t Uka his de-'
livery. tTs too siow. '. i
aua -w saasc re member that h began
!tb raw wnpanjf a messmnger bar " i
,'. " ;
A bight dark ia a huurf sat dosing at hie
deea ac abwuc I m., whan a man m j
evening clothes cam tn aa if laboriously
trying.!, walk a inack. and aiud.
'I'm JTw-g-.uem, key tu room .' i
Tha gui-m. diaanneared at Ul direction of
Uiia- raauauia Clahi. uu. in a few nwnnii-a j
a miin in his sliirt leaves, with a flattened I
ilk nac on Uie ue of his hnaii. and wtn '
on sfloe on a teit and tiie ortifr in his
band, came :n and said to tne ciera: :
"I'm Fersncn, key to fur-tor." i
jjL Fai-suiMin uaL umiX hat i'y and went
"Mr. Farschon jiua "ell out ainiiow n'
atrt tv .na.Je. aUndly leitinu have
al a tnnfly bouse-
"U w- a- imi'i"
( Dyrpeptic Philcaoph.7.
Bletusst is uia peamssiaker. especiaily .a
lam vs of t;ia tmiow who si gmtmg the
worst of taa fight. " .
It la-innuat aa easy ta make a fool at
one a self aa to advisa others not to.
Mauay- uama a bul si a saan's pocket,
aad tn a woman's r aoaiery.
liamaiy girts ai' ti-wiuauuy clever, but
most i;irla prefer not ' ta s aiaver at tiie
It ii ,sa n't raouii any pull ta g an the
When to auaita aanda at a auojsct wiiuni
datanda nil -m iumrtonoea. but a iaw gn
rai raiaa may ba &?vaa.
Wbssl a Baa ig iBirnducad ta a lady ane
dcaa ant ahaka handa with aim. am
ta ahstmg-linked" or a great deal aider maa !
bar self. If ba ia tha busnand r Broxhar !
at taa lady waking the tn traduction a I ;
sauaral - rew aim caralajy by snaa-
bag aaavta but a ia no
aa ta a ssere -'TniSintanirt
lie n great renown aa aa onuir. Ea j
reapi - ired th state prls and wos declared !
wnnrr in th !ntria emrfet. and tha
uuhin-t af him nnran waa "loan."
The future inminr it alwiys bad a d
am to bo an sctor. Hn snntied anaka
3eare during rnont or his span i.ma. Ea
uw lung speeraies from "Hamiet" and
"Orhoilo"' and tia niaysd thesw parts in bia
mora and recited ttln thr'lUng poatxr
Wtil, aftar ha craUuatad torn ta univrr
ii! y ha wmz ta a lnullnv Sliakaapaarnan
u:tor. a man who hud a :himl fur aetlns
"I am sntng to be an actor," LjLFUltmm
-said to him. "I w.mt you. to tmm aie !n
Thara and m what I can da. A you
havn a-;ed me ant tiinmuiltJly T wajat ynu
ui (iva ma your candid opinion. wil
xmda by your deaaiun. IT" you decula X
am nut Cited tar tt. I w'.n fn tntu snmf-
du thta actur took tha ynumt?nIe)r!an
under aia cars. Ee atndied him dll!ffatit!y
rnr aevaiaX wmika. Ha Ilatened tu him re
cite thraa lima immi in mmrhea and eaid
net a word. LaFiilerta -wiirnd an. doinff
the beat be could. He '-tear'y cxnerted a
&tvirbla derliniin. Ha expected to be an
!Ldwn Banth. Finally, tha tmtdier called
him Mi tha study ana morning.
"T un man." he aatd. "I have arndid
ynu carefully, aa I agreed. I anil I
eil you hnneat!y wnat I think of ymu If
'mi wam Tiftot fnilr T would ailvtflw '
yna m become aa atTtar. Am tt i. I tnuet
ur-iy adv.ee you to do aomething elae."
And so ' "F'tj.lcinir Bob" LaFoilerta ba-
oama a lawyer Instead of an actor. Ee ia i
o 3hurt tiiax. he ia eometimea called 'LittI
Bub." when when, he ia In aotlun in the
wtmlx he looka big enough. Ail of t!:
dramutic efTaci which ha wouid have pat
into mm muim:iim9 ul uuibuu dbu tile tmuiner
deeulBd tha athur way. he puts into a
speech on tha Coar of the senate. AiarlcnJ
and others af the reKulars have coma to
know that ha ia a dangeroua man to touch.
In debaca. Wlriv--drajnatla tmmnmttr ha
daaheav at them and laahta sham witboat
wtfo to a tramp ac hor door.. "tCow. what
are you going to do with it"
"Wrt, mum." replied the hungry man.
"!f I buy a tnurtng car. I "aft an' t have
snough iaft to pay my chauffeur; if I pur-
chasa a suuun yacirc there won't ba enough
ft to defray the eoat of manning bert an
I gumaa, mum. TU get a schooner and
handle it myseif."
: friends, tha head of tha funily an tared tha
v, heen reading some favorfta paaanges
from cflis starling, aid work."
"Wail." said his wife. "!f getting lata
nunr. Shut up the vailse and come to bed."
Two young luvers in a gond-night u
braos ia tha entrance hall wr urpT-d
by the gir! eider suffer coming m.
"W wr seeing which 1 the tailor." tha
young man explained tn soma confusion.
"You m aoout ten moMea tadar than
Edith." atud tha sister, "and she la at leadt
ten shades redder than you."
"Wa wer waiting for tha elevator ta
rmme down." said a oomnrarcjal travejer.
"after discussing rh nmttsmlity of an
aeroplane crosamg the Atlantic within a
year. when. usc as tha caga was about to
ascend, one of the party said. TU bet
ten thuuHand doiutrs that it won t ba dun
-unl the aU-vatur any nouk him up."
A tramp a no seemed to b tn a starving
conditiun onkml fur toixl at tha kitcuen uf
A home in Caalorma.
"Yau flkee fish 7" ojiaed th Chinee eook.
"Sure," replied the tramp eagerly.
"aul lite, come oiuund F'auay.
their amvai and ileparrar. Woman do
riot snakB nandai wmn introduced to aaca
1 tn nr. but merely bow. When, huwever. a
..'Hung girl la pi eoma by a tnand to a
married woman the lalter generally shakaa
hands with hor. but tha g:r! should aoL
rnaaa me first advauea.
Man auaka hands whan lntroduued to sack
other aa an axnraas'nn af good will,
j Whan leaving an onutrtainmant. aa'l
i Hums Soisn. a man "-f -t bands with
j tna hostess, and ba may do so with any
, o-iauda woo ar near, but ba should out. of
, -ourss. go about snaking haa.ua ganarady.
Every man's ahimney a but Golden Mlla
stune; la the neutral paint tram whmh ha nau-
Toruuga tna gacaway of tha wartd around
Sor tna marb at tha
L rrvwa aa sail
From ui Darts of bts Isalirssd ti ssnasil
WUh pi tiiib high and airaraga biant
A war n aoaaaw va watts,
ui us aai a a tuuar Pi i.nt
avsaaj wpaa tha aankC. aV M.
y i aes ,
aro waarrxiTw 1 . S . sortr onL II
T& TKC OWIC Au. rT--wW, UOiNX "w oar HWPCMTM? a
fl uft- r&9atnusC3 OF JbCHfL-r3T-ata. .
54J -nae TewMui. cfs grrr-i;
CafTXSMT. BH IT. THE
l Tht Tired Business
BY WAiTEE A. STTCd-ATa.
"They nave rejaMtted, another iume
Commodur Barry. I sea.
"fin statuary groundw. I suppose." said
tha Tired Bimlnem Man. "Slayba tha
bronact statue was mo brazen. I recollect
thac tha Erst one they rejected had a nuilu )
Sgur an it. and toa objectors, whose j
nam was legion enough to can It. sa.d ;
Uiat bars ilea tha commodore was Barry (
v nut reason why any other figure jnuuid
bo ovwrwheinnngiy barsry. 1
"If sculptors would amy throw tht-ir
artisus nutums to the winds and forgot
til at beauty is only skin deep and tuere- 1
Sara nut necessary to flaunt In ail its skin- :
oinaas. wa anuid slap out staraes Uka '
whetcaaiis Und no objectums. From a '
namial study of hard art exposed in puniic !
uuares and parks I gather that plenty uf
scuipcurs were willing to hack out a little j
hack, work showing heroes and prominent !
htxmu of Sie stockcoilar ant and broking !
ago garbed, in furmiuanie frock coats and !
iron pan ia which sadly needed the iron.
They were fail uf creases, but not creased, j
"An harnic staxua of a statasman slowly i
shaking ta death in a brans stock and ' prominent parties in tha days of tha caaa
arrlred In a spike tail coat of the thirties, j iers and when men wore periwigs and
may Incline tha spectator to smile, but it's' knickers had the hammer wielded mure
oiodeat. and as a matter of fact tha sub- j fierieiy on their work than they tham-
iect of tha akeu-n wars Just thai bruau ,
of star duthes. Whac atur? Eardware
! stora, of oours. Fersonoily X can't see '
why it's any mure ferocious to present a
Ukenesa of same old-timer in a brass drees ;
suit than tn a metallic Cowing rob. Tha '
only garmeuta which lend themaelvas ta'
bronaa r-productiun ar the uobuy heimeta
and mall worn by the kmghunailmen of '
Items of Interest to the Women Folk 1
Motor bonnets can be ordered tu match,
auto anata if money ia no consideraiiuiu
Howevnr. tha aotituma of coat and bonnut
may be safaiy artempred bv uiu turns
Tha pattern ejected for tiie coat iliouid
b a luuse model allow n j plenty of room
and givng protection to tlia sown worn
beneath. It suuuid a.ao burton close to
Uia taroac but at the same ume a.low af
being made so it can ba thrown baca if
Tile bonnet is arranged w th tlir- tucks
at in around the face, the bag Uka enwn
drawa in at rha ears and held down with
ribbon raseitsa. Tha ties start from under
Tha marked down sales occur so ai-y
this Jan." that it ui pusaihis to taka ad-
vantage of them befar going away on
Wno wauid not add tn tha trunk a prstry
up-to-data silk frock when it can be bought
aa low aa Co. or an aquaJy artraotiv. one
in dainty angaria at lass than M.
Those who hav delayed buying a linen
suit will profit bv tha daiay. for Sol and
w auiis mrs ww nwis mm urw mm .oi ; uiasiuurageo. auraar wouiu say to Tim. . woman concluded sadly Soma Sotaa.
Extremely pretty and naat looking house ' T wirn you would not bring boms any '
frwcka m a variety of fanncs and trim-j mora buttarClas. They oniv aarhor dust! Ught velvets are eieaned by gently roo
mings are to a assured at th low price and scent your bedroom with aaphtha.ena.' j bing with a flannel previously dipped in
"" o"" 7"r uu
band daa not mean that his luv wul am
always youra You aid your beat no pumae
and tascanaia him Wore you were-mar-
nsd. You seed tn b even more fascinating'
and piauuung sow. Aad why? You did not j
bssong ta aim before; now you do.
It m man a nature to b always in pur-
suit af sometaing. tnerafure. if yui wish
v " J" mu-x M ou !n-
tarwat m tha onaea. Svr 1st sua tasu tna;
b haa actually eaprared you. Flrt with
hiBX taaa him iwhau ba la ut taa proper
s-ad tor it), mjm ap ta rsaaaaa as king
M asasaaia a ttta t gag atimmonpiaa
TOW EVSUHO JZSWMi KNOT TOHX HE3WJ OX IS msrrt
"Very UUeiy the sculptors who bartered
nit contemporaneous brooza portraits of
wives hod ever swung it. So doubt ux a .
future gnneratinn the statues of our great
men who seem to be wearing stovepipes .
or trousers wiU be regarded aa heat and ,
aumeiy works of an. Maybe: j
They had a whuia hail crowded w'U :
these statuary freaks ax Washington, and,
even Hie janitor, who is paid to do it. is i
afraid to go in thero aitrae at nigtir. for i
fuar of laughing himseif to death without
Flatter him; trust him, aad be caroftU not
to make him ieaious.
Jealousy, though an axraillimt thing for a
lvr. ta a very bad tiling fur a husband.
Cr.a thlftar you must understand it is a
w.wwwm uiwu - iu tu- ui ua wjiu-
red w.tn his wils s trtiubies. E may ea-
pect you to hear and siiaro a.1 uia. but lie
looks for nuthuu: but brigntncsa and i-v
from you. It rears with yuuriMiif whetiier
you thinit it worth whila tn humor him or
nut. Omy, if yon do not give aim Uia aun. .
o latum ba wants ha will go elsewhere fur
it. Once lone him In this way and you may
i : , .
j oona-der b.m uun fonr,-er. So man Ilk-
; to sea his wife Inciting untidy or cm or
i miserable; there ma have been many
I things to make you so. but ad ma trivial
1 to expiam to aim. Tha wrfa who wants to
keen her busnand' lov muse mak up her
j mind to work fur it Woman's lata,
"Aa a family w have never gone in. fur
j hoob.es.' and it has been a great miss .n
our Uv-." remarked a middle aged woman
, th other day. "When w. were children
, thay ware called manias.' and were a. ways
: aaotaer oromar was vary keen tin tuaeila
1 "Tau ul "eom on yourself.' said dad.
; larow i-ie aiar minga away ana go and
; piay fuM. bad.' Slietcmng. I wa told, waa
i wast of uma 'Far- better iaara to knit
i or to do sometning useful.' As if ana
could spend one's whole Ufa being useful:
"My astnr was very kaen an fancy work.
an aam ha-'k from scnoal versed m
avery kind of ambroutary. Yeu mignt
have thought rhat motaar would ha proud
; her beautiru work, but ll seemed only
i to annoy her. I wisa yon wuuid leave
j your everlasting stitching and go and dust
; Uie drawmg roam.' How yoa can do em-
araidary wa-n ma lawa warns swasing ts
arnnihing X saa t aadsrsiaad.' Aad as an.
-r 1 1 7 ui h iiiiim T
Telia Friend Wife Thai "BTrihal-TjT-Tg a
a Stase is a Hard Fisiah.
. bemg overheard and rsamisrt Becauaa
I tnera is no standard si a piuiii i ilisd by law
tha sculptors have sculped them ail siaes.
' and the maa whoa nam we bavw to look
up in very extensive bisna-isa to Cnd who
j he was may have an effigy twice aa big as
Lhut of tha hero whua tuna ia ana every
I schoolboy's Una if tha schoolboy baa his
' hlMfnrv nnened af thm rrhr. niutfw nodes
"Ainsmcan starnary has suffered a great
blow tn tha last dorado owing to tha
growth, of tha cigar stora oomnina. So
longer are wa treated with, the exhibit of
! nubia Inrttan bravea and squaws in taroa
j bright and primitive colors. Tha squaws
wer easier tu hack out, aa they wars
solid fmm th nock duwn to whera two
piano supports were giued on- Aftar being
treated tu thee sights w wera usually
treated fur eye trouble. Sfl rhey give
ua coupons and lets us pick our own. art
objets nut I say 'abjeta and not 'ob
jects' if tha Utile boy ac tha cigar star
door doesn't bug the trading stamp.
"I have ao quarrel with tha punsta who
think a nude Sgnra has no place an tna
jtatuu erected to a g, oat oommander. To
soma art ia lung, to others It ts only bar.
Far ail I aara thay can dseuraaa Oia
staraa with a lady in a rrnoiina I don't
iot a hoop. But at best this embalming
a hero in an iron statue which arouses amy
the covetousnesa of a junk maa ia a
"Commodore Barry was th 'Father of
the American favy.' " remarked Friend
go show she knew,
"Wall, tha Gary's Stepfather haa lust
returned, so It's ail right." said tha Tired,
(Copyright, 31D. by the X. T. Heraid Co.)
; an til aha threw away her naedla and sillis
j as I had dincardod my paint brushes, m
, d.-spiur. and never toucned tiicra again.
5 wo are four midula aged paopl Uv -
J :ng mgetaer. and those 'hohuias," if w had
i uniy cuiitvatea mem, wouia a an auau
! iuta boon to aa. But It la too lata other
tu take them up again ar to Cnd naw ansa,
wa speuu auiu uninteresting Uvea, and in
our leisure moments w sit with bands be
J1"i""- " "" noxaing
particular ta draw paopia tn us-no mrerewt
in cuminun witn orners xo aim a bond Of
j sympathy between us.
Amimri nm rm
, fnenda. young td old. each with a hohh,
at soma kind. ne taaoa snap-snots, and
has tn constant excitement of developing
films or plarea A oummonploc person. :
nevertheieaa he artracta an admiring
throng about him. The stamp coilacting
of another proves bulb fa urinating and '
j lucrativa A tnird is devoted to music and :
arraoaae ail tha local concerts, being qmta '
personage' on this account In short,
: everybody gnea in1 tor something exnept
ourselves. And that is why averrons i
happier than are we, ' tha midille aged
; paraffin: or. if Uia material is aoilaal In
; spots snly, br ruboing with a UttI butter.
waen th wrong side requires drawtng over
: a hot n-on in order to raise tha pii: or
t.'ury may ba cleaned by brush uig over wttn
earn flour until th soils are nmgnri.
When w sailing marosrlsaal lawn bionaas.
: maxaad mt swilling tn daaa water swill m
a eltirmiv soanv water, tn which add about
. a. taaiesooonf al or lass of dry sa.-ch. and
! aftar aoueeaing out aa much wansr aa poa
aitue. seal up awry Ha-itly ta a claan clota, !
j eav fur a fww hours, ana tnso Iron, Tha,
.-aasiit wtll a aasuiax guai ta saw msrsrail.
Waaaaa s r -n I
One of tha farara ef tha annual .-nnv-n- (
tion af Lha FhatogTpHers1 A.ncianon of
. . w u . vi..,.i.
America suan to ba bld In ailwaiik'a.
wtll ba aa exhibition af ail the beet phoio
lrJml wurlt pr 'itmftl in the United diiiira
Jurhio; tuo pant y?ar. Arranantnents hn
been made wurh w'll enable tha iteeov.a-
tion tu made rhia eshinittiin the moet not
ahie .fl-piny of the products if aommHrria
phoroarapny erer ie-n m Amanita. In d-
llt:on tu the xhihitliin a sfhooi
uf JiiT'lght piiiitosrunhy wll be 'm-
tlictad. :n whii-h the Ijfet pnuuig-
ranhers rrf the country w.u c:ve
irxtnir ixpnaltion of the luiest inm;imla
in the pnrturQDn af tha One phamaranhiu i
worlc There also will ba a jci-.ool ji win'h
ahouHrraonsi undi-r artTraiu auht will be ;
aught bv tha beat exponents of tiiut sy-
-era In the cmintry. It Ji intended tu have (
thm W imini Federauun of P'uitoi; icuct-
mm, m onnjunrtiua with the other aasmv.a
tlun. This w.U an tha first r-uraiur mret-
uut of the women pnnugrannerc of the
A, movement Is now aniler way for the ,
eauutilBhmunt of a nattnniu pnoiotirtitoiii:
am ieacae. A numo.T tu tae isatiinii smi- ,
tngrapn-rx af tha United SUres beilrve thai
too muoh of the spurt erf eommer"iiuiBm
hua praviuled Uie pnotoirmpnic jtudlu. and
thiU there are U faw man in the bueineea
todny who ar ready m -ve, w-t-i thir
wrn-a- It is aie aim af the founder, of t.,e
league ta Ui tha o.untry ever fr men ;n
UIO DUHinew wliei TBi-nis mt-m i;ii
m an effort "" the gifts ttoer Pa-
and tu auiarga tha Tieid of Uiuir usa-
It haa been claimed by commarciul pho
tugrashara tliax Uia nosaiinlluas of thmr
ar muoh interfered with by tha
of amateur photography. In sonm i
atana. tna photographers have been maaing
affOTa ta put aa and to tha oampeQCan uf
the amatsur. In Virgmuu for insranca, a
law kaa bean enacted which putees tha I
ucensa fa ur tha prlvilega uf tailing pic
tures Cor pay stH year. The Cnea fur I
vtnlatltm of this law are heaw, and even 1
Impnaonment may result. Thus, when an (
amuaaur taaea a picture whitih happens tn "uoway irra tn naming or ma train
atrlka tha fancy of an acquaintance, b is ! under the ctry of 5w Y.n-tt to tha arrival
stopned from charsrlng even tha cast of j through the gates ac Jersey City,
pimtuig a copy at it- He must do it out i Photographing a Cymg- bullae would seem
of his owa poaket or not at ail. It IS to be an Impossible feat, yet til photng
ciaunad by soma that this law was enacted ; raphar baa so perfected his eon native plana
to prevent injury tn th bumneaa of the i that even a bullet may seem to stand aHU
piufesaluiiaL tt Is cited that manv ama- j "tile being plinmgraphad. Of ouuiss. no
nrars aiuote a hauit of developing Sims for shutter Is fast enough ta catnh a bullet
other amataurs for pay. while ia many : when going at top spaed, so th aitarnarlva
amaU aommiuiuia nearly aU. tha pHiturs i taken of mum raining tha aamera witii
pnatoards- ar made by amateur. j the shurter open in aaaoiuta darbnaea. Aa
One amateur photugrapher makes a sU4t- th" bullet paeans out of the gun, tt com
ciaity of keeping a uiiaduia uf ail tha ' pletea a droult which makes very m-glt
wetldlngs. luncneona graduacioa day x- t but ahort-llvd lctr1o spark. It ta dur
ertises and other eventa. aad visits the t ing th lmmesaurabiy short Dfa of this
functions tor th purpose of getting pic- I spar that tha Impresaian of tha bullet,
tares. Ha makes no chars fr taking I wuh ail tha surrounding deraila ia nails
tha picture, but takes orders for prints j " the photographic plana Shutter bav
niada from U- In this way he has been ' b""1 perfected which will Open and doe
ah In to maota conaidarabl money. Another j '-n tha tHausandta. part of a aeand. Th
gnes aoant "xidnaolng'" children with his
camera. Ha catches them ta ail sorts of
atutudea and. surrnuadinga and his pic-
ror hu a eharm that makaa them sell
well with tha parents and other friends of
t!i ctumrsn. In Saw Yorx. aa amateur
photugrapner engagea in what h coils
photographia chanty. Ea goes into th
very pour districts and taaea pictures of
T tine ii tan ha?- Bona of themselves and
children, and who have no money tn pay
for pictures. From these ha prints two
CDpteai. ana to a kept tn tha home itself
and the other to be sent to tha old home,
wherever tt may happen tu be.
Commas uiai photograpnars find many
ways of dramming up business. Ons of
them sends out a booklet in which be ad
vises women how to dress and how to
puse. Ea advuma them tn wear very plain
clothes, preferably with low neck and short
he says dresses of this char-
actor never go out af style, while the more
ornut ones may maka a picture look
ancient In only a few years.
Rapid progress ts being made by enm
meiniui piiutographani in the excellence
af their work. Sew tnaterhus and hew
methods have enabled them to produce re
suta which ar fairly untitled tn recogni
tion as works af art. It ia now bailevsd
thac snior photography wdl soon b made
generally available. In England, a new
process of color production has been dis
covered, whereby a picture may be taken
in the fiftieth part of a second. Under tha
alder meioods af color pharography. It re
quired more than furry seconds to mate a
nicmr. and aa a oauai thing it waa dlf- !
JUUIf aiw (..in ubm ui. cuui vuurmatt iiu
daring which might be told of phntog
ranners wno bar braved dangers of war
and wild ia their efforts to record fur the
Stsries Ahcut Children.
Qn. ail Margie was standing at
ma window when a began to baU.
I -.Qlu n. mummal" an axiuaunad. "ITi
! raunng pUtat"
Pan Or I bear you wera a bad girt today.
j Flossie, and mamma had to spank you.
Iatrla- Flossie t waan t bud. but I
apankeduat taa sauna. I don't sea what;
yoll m.Br married a school teacner for.!
i , t . . . . ,
auoui juiiDuy aaaiiiM. unit i. iru a ue.
t r , w f-,- .Iul
gave tt to a poor Utile boy who was nearly '
'Mamma Tint f right, dear And did tile
poor Uttie feiluw aac tt"
mail Joimny You Bet I did.
Tha Sunday school taacher had Just ex-
aarenn. were mads from dust,
adaar " alls said to a bright Urle
fallow "nan vu tail ma who the -rat
; maa was"
"Hanrv Clay." was rha prompt repl;-.
"Johnny." said tna teacher, "here is a
book. Sow stand up straight and sing like
a llni- m-n
Th sung waa
My God." So :
sooner had the school aormnenaad tn sing
than a Uttia girt waaad bar band fran- 1
ttoaHy. stopping rha amgtng. tha taacnar
inquired era mas. (
"F'aauta. teacliiar. X mink Johnny will '.
get nearer If ba whlatiea"
tt waa ntrle lVoseta'a first day ac school, j
Her -cams bad bawa registered, and th '
taachar satkad. "Have yon any bratbera or
a ma'am.- answered F-oasta. t
"Are you tna olaaat ana af Uia family T '
"tn. an. saa am," fwuiraad r 'x P j
and aa i feotn sider-a saa," I
e .if p.ietvT'tr t:ie a.f.iai e-enta if ?oil-
- " lafimi tUHtorv fui-ng tha
jh"H" f P'""t A.-HMT :t Taa d rhac tha
' .. ..
Muy man who wli-oiuel a aneil wta a ier
i nun piuitngrapner wno ma!a a aowiat7
j 'if taMiug pii t-jr-e uf eheiia ;uat aoioit tu
: exptoda in mid-a.r Tn pnntngraonera
i clad in aaoeeuia atothmg vnrurd 2ar mtu
i tha .-.ritrr of tha arat wou ano .if E. laueaj
and there umit mo-;na picturaa ut tha
rainiUtumie !re of a;-th r-t interior
furwii. WIhi ever haa enm taene ptrtu-aai
' oaar on a pt-ai-el'ii errmm of a perfectly
: mTa i ture iia.1 can pa- tr hute tu ULa
dar-ng of thcee tw mnn.
pie pnotoirraofier who Have sought ta
piiouMfvpu w ld 4nlma. and bir-ls In their
native Baunia. ari the heroee of acorea of
hair-Oreattm hcxhw. Them are eei xL
autaine aaiure pnoioBranhem who hava
dlinB mucA wora m An-a. One of t.ia
sunt famous. C'nirnore, haa dime much.
work by aan light, gncting pit Tares af
Ions and oinr lungi'nnui aimna.a at clues
nnifa m ma tiux. tujrmoi-e a. en tuoK a
pbutograpn of an tnfurtared rhimweros aa
a dtstam-a of rlfteen yarrts when the bug
animsu auiuly was cnatii( anon him and
Q;a oamerx. Just aa tha expoattra waa
miuiK tlllup,., comuaaiun Jhot tha baaat.
ar,JtaRra. a nimi rhe mov-
p,Pturw, f rn Rmum,mt hont, bav
Jon(l wnrK n.araoning wild birds,
lujnM1 M:i, mf.mtn
Md pny, .u-engrn. They
t luU m amauMn, u, u
a uma. waiting for Uia one maiant of worn.
have oonuowid thmr cumwn in a
ruffed alieeo. wtth tha iena tn a bola in
tna breadt. and tiiey aava themaaleea
ta.ked their gaoia tn tha body of aa ax
Phatngrapners often are very much put
UI Ik Uf UVIVIVW Will HIRWJe III HWS
" k - "
i iiM"i wo wmiv& m ifr ouie. wa
loaded with mertury vapor taunpa and raa
taraugh the subway aa tha second section,
of tha train to be pantngraphed. Tha a
greajaxa candle power of these tamps was
more man 3.ta. and when tha film wna
aonrpleojd. on co.il d sea th whni procesa
! of tha photographic plans ia able tn
' the spokes of an automubile wheel aa
i standing still whan, tile machine la going
i mur" than a mile a minuta, Tha human
eve cannot detact trie detaul of the spokes
of a wheel whea tha mauhine ia going tin
miles an hour.
Photography ia tha ana profession in
j which footing in honorable and a means of
! profit. When the grandson af the empertur
j af Uermany wis bum. Its grandfather wag
j hundreds of miles away. Before he re
j turned, there were pictures in tha marhac.
showing the grandson sitting an baa lap,
i with Its father and mnrhar standing neeo
: him. Of course, the world recngmssd that
the ptcrare was faked, and its vaiua lay In
the fai't that tha ingenuity of the fake
was appreciated. In Waamngrnn. there, la
a photographer who every year produce
1 a pii'ture snowing all die prominent men.
! wri rT"ld 1,""- "r mgress grouped
oiiout tiie stsps or me capujui. mis pic
i tare is artiCuiuily worked up, but it bag
; an extensive sale.
! It is said thut there ar mora tsaa MLdH
' profasaionai photographera in the Unitstd.
tares tuduy. An interesting sidelight an
tha extensive business dona by the makers
i of photngrapuic apparatus and malarial ia
aiiuwn by the fact that one corporarloni
alone enjo'.'ml net earnings last year
amounting to nearly rr.eM.ilMi. Commertnal
: photography has been finding new fields
j of activity almost every day during recent
i years. With uie badoon and sua. wander
ftu luntutrape pictures have been secured.
with tile submarine camera, the commercial
phuuigrapher at aiiia tu gat pictures af tha
in natulan to of the- oman in their natlvw
; haunts, and no place In
or sky ia safe)
af the am quia
; from the eye of the oami
, ay raxsnze x sukkzoT.
Eope is an exenllent tiling to have, bug
it is ons of the things a pawnbroker will
not advaiiue anything on.
alany a man Si. is to maks good becaua)
ha spends most of his time trying ta provt
tnai. luck is against him. :hiLiia;o Sews.
Tha ohings thac never happen irsiian ua
more worry than the r-al vexations
come aomg my by day.
Lf too wans to mnke a man nuvt.h .r.
into his ofSce and stand over him wiil ha
i works. Ha mav nun awuir. hut he will
, p hi uae Oiona Su
"So Tonga was ainja-d toe 1
tnc 09 a siilTragerat nMsrnnjf CbJ
they take him to ttm peliom)
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