The Bryan Daily Eagle. (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 3, No. 118, Ed. 1 Sunday, April 17, 1898 Page: 2 of 4
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If mm were really to discover tnt
Borth pole hit wife wouldn't lot tilm
keep It to the house.
A mn who never changes hi mlr.fl
!i one who hi so little mind that he
can't run any rika with It.
When woman drWea nail thror.rh
th plaster and hi: a beam she think
ha li tbe smartest person the knows.
Tht statu of George Vhlngon U
cn of the objects of Interest at the
capital of Veneiuela. They like our
With some (imfn dero'Ion to a
tnean husband I merely an obstinate
determination not to admit tuviug
tsade a mistake.
John Lawrence Sullivan decarei he
fan lira any man who offer him Span-
ish onion with hi bean. Oh. K John
could only Rl Don Weyler one Rood
oaker on the point of hi awful Jaw!
The loudest ihotittr for war art
often the men who forget the fart
fellcltouiily ttated by Captain Mahan
of the navy "Fighting mean clone re-
lation with those who are trying to
Senator Hill ha won the enmity of
Senator Grady of the New York lenla-
lature who ays he I both distin-
guished and e.'lngulstud; and he U
further fortunate In the praise he get
for hi opposition to the Elliwortb
'Tolltlr a a highly desirable pro-
fesslon" I topic discussed by I'resl-
dent E. llcnjamln Andrew who ray.
"The rotnmnn thought that it I mean
to eek office or artept office tiness it
ha sought the man Is wholly per-i
verse." Thl l o palpably true that It
ought not to need discussion. Kiery
voter ought to be a politician: nnd to
rry down the office-seeker or the office-
holder I to brine contempt to our
tern of government.
William Olmsled. who died recent-
ly at Cassopoll. Mkh.. left W.'xsi to
Itarnum'i rlrru. It seem that he wa
an errrntrlc oi.l man and did not live
In harmony with hi relative and lie
derided to get even with them by lejv.
Ing all hi possession with exception
of a imall farm to hi. wife to the fa-
mous rlrru. There Is no way to ar-
fount for the strange beq'le except
the possibility that .Mr. Ulmstc I may
have received at one time free tickets
for the show. The hrli. will contest
On one rorner of a Chiri.go si eel
Intersection myriad of work mm are
at work building one of the grandi
edifices In the world. Si t ral bloil-
farther don firemen are hopelessly
striving to extinguish the flumes that
are rapidly consuming another gii.it
building. Thousand of freimled peo-
ple are striving to get a glimpse of ihi
great wall a they crumble ami fall
and then a mighty i beer pur tip. Ljuecr
Isn't It all. A scene of destruction at-
tract the multitude while the erec-
tion of i building tluit is a triumph ot
tht century srairely aMrart notice.
Mankind a a whole loves to v. Uuw
tht work of destruction angel.
At the annual hanciurt of New Yor'"
Son of the Amrlaa Revolution the
other night. Krrd V. reck of Chlcigo
presented the plan whlil has nlnady
received the sanction of the president
and the senate for raising a fu-.J nf
KjO.Oik) by contribution from ilc
trhool children of the l'nite.J Slate
to erect an appropriate monument l.i
Tarla to the Marquis de Lafayette
Preldent McKlnley hai mntrnted to
ervt aa rhairman of a national com-
mittee to be composed of the g.iv t-
nort cf the sever! states; thp senate
ha already passed and the house will
probably adopt a resolution authoriz-
ing Its appointment uiider ti se au-
iplcet a celebration will be held on
I.afayctte'1 birthday in September
neat. In every choolhoue In the. lint-
Fpaln cannot re up an ally In
11 of Europe. Thank to the great
American plan. "No entangling alli-
ance with Kuioiean power." Hai
this policy been forgotten and the un-
patriotic Hayard hud successfully ne-
gotiated an alliance with Kngl.ind we
would not now have a friend In I'u-
rope. Aa it happily I. they are nil
our friends all except pour obi Spam.
I'nropean friendship I more marked in
the case of Hussla. France nn I i. r-
many. than In Kngland. Wc r.re Knt;-
land'a commercial ilval: we are Cn
commercial allies of nil other nation?
Neither does the Anglo-Saxon b!ol
pieponderate among in. H I nth .;;i
element of that whbh g u to make
the real American. Germany an I If-
land are perhaps to a larger extti.t tl"'
mother country than l.i Kngl.ind. It I-
therefore not likely Ibattheie tti'.le.'i
be an allium e wl-h any Knu.p. .r
country Kngland r-pM-ia Iv.
A child Is bom every s i.i.ut ii
Greater New York or niiou" mo n
birth a year end T i uou pei-.ui : r
annually. The dty has .-. n..u u.
In It and 9"i.ftiHi Herman- tu nm.
factum em;ilov i.;'. i'uu no l.'.m.tv -n
w bo.-c wage are ( oo uoo .in'tu il.
It hn SiiU square miles ; - . i . ( t . .
lengt'i from Tol'cir. ille. hi .t.it.'t;
Island to Mount St in. tit an it-
Hudson hi-ltig llilrty file n;ib .
tbite are uur ten saloous n. -.i. u
rlnirih Its --if-ei t.iluf .'i .
HMH. and t . i nltie in (:. .(i.. .-
I'll' Is Pain's daily routine h :
I something nnu- i.il Un g -n
i ue iiijrnini; ou n i.-a w i i : i i ; -
list few tbou-au.l ihoic -o' ii
(ttengthen a few ha: leu a. f ..-.
eaglt and go to bed He ( ( :.
much but a man wt.1i io kIi-s e
could eal!y see that be i-u'i pti
iLg to go fishing
Cbauucey Uepew declare ('.. till '
art still bull ling their pets In tb (i
Dun BJOU'h llowever. he masr s!
m!t llU tbtrt It pc-lblii'y of tit
PLANS FOR THE SUMMER.
Tte Bocky MoanUiM. the ftesat
AwaltlBg Ik Tosirssl Ibtiw
The winter being ovr. the time ap-
proachea when one begin to think of
the locality for tie tummer ouMbg. and
plana are laid for the greatest pleasure
with the most reasonable outlay ot
money. Yarlety I needed else absence
from business I not absolute release
from rare and they art fortunate who
have learned the benefit of the Korky
Mountain country. How to travel and
w here to go are the Important primar-
ies to be considered and perbap I ran
aid ome one who ha not yet learned
the way. The route should be the on
which makes you comfortable from the
time you Irate the station uutll you
reach your destination supplying for
that purpose commodious cata and the
latest equipment fur American touring.
The Missouri I'a.lUc System with Its
arm reaching to every part of thi
Western country givce everyone a
great adt .image. Take their superb
tialu to I'ueblo the gateway to the
magnlflient Colorado scenery. Twenty -four
houra place the most eastern
dweller of the state rluhl In the heart
of the great divide and he has enjoy d
nun scene en route r.s wealthy tour-
ist rn s the ocean to find. The lcn-
Ter Itlo tirande Koad. the Cie.it
Scenic Itoute of the world takes you
at I'ueblo or Ivnver. and whirls you
throuih mnons wrote there must hive
Iren an enchiiitment and here giant
arms bate dashed the boulders Into
their present resting places The ride
through the Itoyal Corge displays the
great Ingenuity of lt engineers and
the obstinate determination of It
builder. The rail are placed In al-
most InarresslMe place along the
dce of the stream or torrent which
with wonderful skill has been forced
out of the way to make room for the
rock road bed and the Iron rails. At
rertaln point the torrent maintain It
supremacy but the difficulty Is met and
surmounted a set of hangera being
made Inm the cliffs overhead to sup-
port the bridge sork and track. The
stream Is still Jubilant of It power
over men. ami laughs. loom and
dashes by ax the train passes not rar-
ing for the queer shadow that fall into
it. if It can only be supreme at thl
critical point. 1 he rauoti la one of the
grandest in the world barely wide
enough. In rertain part to admu of
Ihe stream and the track the granite
wall of giant mountain towering
above and over ail and giving a still
more Impressive object lesson of the
great force of Nature which ha rausd
It all. The rllmli Is a long one and
after leaving Palida you think It Is oer
and that a you enter upon a Blight
down grade or a smiling valley that
you are now going to slide down Intu
the great fan l.uls Valley. Never were
you more mistaken; and If yon look
you Will pee two pufbtig little giant
('.tilting the train for several hour t.
At b ngtli. Iiowrier. when yen have be-
gun to i-h fur bieakfast. the summit
is rraihrd. atld tliete is a rapid Htr.de
down the western slope and Into tlK'
beautiful valley. Cor more than fl':v
miles the tiack Is aa straight nt un ar-
row and Hie train speed aloii bring-
ing you Into Alamosa for breakf.t.
right iiml. r the stiad iw of lllaiu o. th-
highest iiiuiintaln in tbl country. Ail
around are smiling !! Ms a far as Hie
eye i.m reach until vision Is Interrupt-
ed by the mountain w lib h em Ircin the
valley. Si. me one has said the West
Mountains und the Sungre de t'rislit
range on the east are u ring and I hat
M.mco Is tbe seaing. Tbes- mount .1 g
afford every variety of ainust inent and
entertainment. There is flue trout fish-
ing; In season there rn plenty of
duck und Sand Hill Cranes llratit.
Ces and Curlew. These lire In thfl
valley. If big game I desired you must
go back Into the mountains whete i:ik
Hear Mountain Sheep mid l.ions
tirons" etc. are still to be found. Out-
fit (it one of the pleasant little hamlet
a;. (I spend a month In tluve mountain
nnd In this valley If you wnnt nn out-
In. It you wbh to inert the gay i -
rial parties thai make the r.i Minialr.a
their home In summer go to Coloii'il i
Spring. Maultnu or tome other of tlot
delightful resort on the line of the
iH-nver t Itlo Crando road.
K. V. HAM-t.
Knesilt lirth Kali-.
Commenting upon the supplementary
report of the registrar general of Great
Hrltaln the London Time his the.ie
uggetlve sentet.fs: Ir. Tatham evi-
dently Incline to the belief that the
abuse of a'ohol la the chief cause of
excessive death-rates; but he point out
that thla la less frequently declared In
certificates In proportion to the six lal
position and "respectability" of the de-
ceased. In the ciso of a rnhmnn or of
an Inn servant a certificate of chronic
alcoholism I comparatively frequen1;
In the rase of nn Innkeeper It Is com-
paratively rare. Alcohol kills through
Its action upon various vital organ
the liver being usually the most con-
spicuous anfferer; nnd henc. the ofll-
rial of the general registry office learn
lo look with suspicion upon the re-
turns of "liver dlseas'' aa Ihe cause
if death In persons whose (MTiipntlon
naturally expose them to a good ileal
of alcoholic temptation. Hr. Tatham.
with regard to several of thnso occupa-
tions gives table show Ing the nuiiibi r
of deaths attributed to alcohol and th"
number attributed to taiu.es whlci
probably had alcoholic exces aa n:t
antecedent being careful at the sain
time to remark that the latter clasi
must be regard) d a doubtful ami iltnt
on no account must It be Inferred thai
the execs of mortality from the tabu-
lated cans" other than alcoholism ha
entirely and In every rase been tht re-
sult of llltetuiieianoe.
Iblcago's llllnd I'lgs.
From a roceut issue ot an Evauston
111. paper we isays the I'tilou .Signal)
cull the following pertinent pai jgraph
with the beading. ' Tor III Mother."
Several attempt have been ina.lt
almo the raid on the blind pig to I. am
1 his paper suppress the name of ol:e of
th luninte arrested. The request wa
made on the ground that the young
niHii asked It for the sake of M mo ti-
er. Till The Press refused to do and
hit name will be focud lu Ihe lUt of
thosn arrested. The young nun tlmiub:
of his mother too late lie should have
thought of her before. He should lima
thought of til mother wl.en be .
wasting the bom of the days stil 1
IllglltS of the best part of the life Cod I
haa gHt ii him In drluklog and caioiis
Ing In the disreputable blind pigs of
Bvaniton. We don't tal.e much stork
i In tbest young men that ride rough
shod over tbelr mother reeltuga on
their road to the devil and when they
get found out then remember that tbev
tiavs a mothtr who should be spmr.l
U pain of tbelr dUgrare.
We bare found out that some s .it
bust bead follow ttny kind of fit't
OVI Non Placet"
wiote the red-head-rd
girl In the bark
seat of the wide
the presiding ge-
nius of the place
stood seos ling be-
hind his d e s k.
m itrtigsllni with the
ln In laitin.
Tl.ere young Imya and girl who Ico'x-
ed pityingly up to bU dark fare. rr"
itrugKling with the vrr!) "surrt."
The lr-tin had been poorly prepared
snd the Issue of thitn lt-rlK.ll was soon
expected to fhoer ftom this ped'gogi-
al Olympus. At list It came.
Mr. Jcnkln brought hi fl't '"
upon tlie r'n'n !r-'' n;:r' "
thump that awoke eveiy languid mind
in the rcom. thl wht t you c un-
to fchool forT-' he l etnn. if ad lies-
Ing a Jury "la this t'i way you "
one of the uio.-t precious gifts that C d
hi givrn to ycur Hire yon are a
whole rlas of bright boy and girl
with brnln enough to do anything yon
dclre In thl great world throwing
aay the greatest opportunity of your
lhe. If thl wa on Institution for
weak minded rhlldien I would have
otne compassion for you. Hut your
face are all bright and your eyr ar
Hear and yet you will rome to m?
with such a lesnn a thl!" Mr. Jen-
kins punctuated evrry sentence with
that echoing thump on the desk wblc'.i
carried conviction an I mnrt flcalion to
the mind of each boy and glil l ef rc
It waa then that the red headed g'rl
on the back seat wrote "Jovi not)
placet" ("It Is not plralng to Juj'lter"
Geraldlne Coffin was Mr. Jenkliot'
pride. He hid no favnrltei at least.
r.ch never appealed In the little com-
monwealth which he held In the hol-
low of his hand. Hut In C- ralillne h
was Intensely interested and he ;ftii
found In her hi greittrs Irritation.
While Mr. Jenkln held the whole of
hi fifty odd young spirits In the hoi-
low of his hand Hie red headed girl
was the one person he wai not quite
sure of. Ceraldlne had ghen bl in the
name of "Jupiter" and it fitted to we'd
that It wa at once adopted by all hi
"When he pound his desk Rnd that
great shaggy head shake so. and his
blue eye flash all I can think of i
Jupiter sending thunderbolt to earth"
and In tbl remark Ceraldine had
christened him. Many time he had
thought he had heard the name of
Jupiter Jenkins tut he bad nevtr le.n
ab!e to capture one of these erring
morta.. tlf course lie knew he wn
aled Jupiter-he had been to'.d so by
admiring parents who kr.ew be would
be pleased and be was.
Hut tt was with the rr I-headed girl
that tbl story ' rhlefly concerned.
She was the only human problem tint
Jupiter Jenkln could not solve. Cer
aldine Collin had been an Inmate of
the schoolroom only a few day when
Mr. Jenkln discovered that she pos
tessed an unusual mind. He laid bl
plan to make the most he could of
her. He wa accustomed to use the
parable of the talent In the srhool-
r co in and to say that to whom much
waa given much would be required
The getting or leon wa an easy
matter to Geraldlne Coffin. She not
only learned them but the truth and
principle were digested and ink Into
her mind clearly understood and stor
ed awny until the diy which would
iall them Into use
Jupiter Jenkins wa aceu-lomed to
say that hardly more than one chill
1 In twenty really digested knowledge.
He had rome to complain lo Ceral-
dlne'a mother that tor daughter som
timet failed in her lessons and that it
waa Inexcusable in one who had such
a mind. "I have rome to tell you this
Mrs. Coffin when I would not take the
trouble to Inform another mother for
thla reason and It alone: Ceraldlne
has an unusual mind and she ran
make anything she pleases of herself.
II sne knows you and l are one In
this matter she will not rare to trou
ble u by neglecting to get her le-
CerRldlne' mother wn much Biiit
ed a any other woman would be an.
of rourse Jupiter Jenkins wa upheld
Thus he dealt with Ceraldlne con
scious ol his power. He endeavored
lo make her fall and. whenever sh
did she was compelled to remain after
school and get her lessons.
Hut with a wonderful mind there
wa a somewhat wayward nature In
the texture of Ceraldlne Coltii'. .r
sonallty. She wa often rmijJi and
boydeiilsdi. and she caused no end of
trouble. With the deep Interest the
young ma-ster took In her a m-iih. of
power developed. Whdi Mr. Jen). In
supposed he had her solidly In his on-
tiol. there would burst fmth a fit of
"don't care" In her which nsionMied
snd alarmed him.
Then the thunderbolt n.w lo putic
tuale the master's fluent word of In
dignnllon. "When one has the mlg'iiv
gift of brains." be thundered "nnd
life s road lies before lo ehoo-e what
I bet Slid hlgheat. to lie lazy nnd bin
cul l and not to reach (lie arm to grap
the gulden apple of Hesperide I the
It waa then Hint Ceraldine. her rotor
sllnhtly brighter and br load a trlfl-
blither. Would leturn to In r sent und
I write. ".Iml non placet" -"It Is not
. !'! a.lng lo Jupiter."
There ir. re certain rare far ts about
I Cetaldlne that Jupiter Jenkins In hi
' teacher's enthusiasm had not not'rod
j One of thrse whs that she was a ery
' pretty girl 1 tl 1 1 If he had been Im-
pervious to this fad th.re were other
who bad hot. nnd mining these were
I f Hie Jdg bov In the school.
Ceraldlne growing nn I she wa
now tall and lithe of llnnie. with her
big blue eie ele tier and nioie expies-
he looked at people. The
ti to soul of a rather d. signing maiden
wa showing forth fii;m tloun. sh
wa glud to receive attentions atld I
mute Jupltir hard when he obsetvel
that she walked with one and Ihei
with another In the Hill and balmy
spring evening. J'i"l win- It .mote
hi III a It did Mr .lellkltl litter kleW
an'!! a few tejr later.
lint It did. lul Geraldlne' foe -trued
to have fiametl l'.self Into the. cen-
ter of hit tboughti. Sh recurred to
V. conclounm consiaarl and when
bt thought of these big bey bt waa
He bad auutber conference with Mr.
Coffin In which he suggested thai
Ceraldlne had better be Wept In the
house and Rial to give rlour atten-
tion to her leswinv When be railed
her In rtritatlon he was also doing
his best to make the girl fall. And
whenA": did fa I h did his best to
mske unron.foiteble for her. She
had to remain after school and get thi
whole b: in. Jupiter made her re-
rite It o!: "precept urx n p;e.-e;it." o
He had ron eivel the amotion ti
make a teacher of the girl He broarh-
ei the subj. rt to Mr Copln. "(Icral-
llne." he lecan. "I rut out for a
leacher." Mrs Ci P.n s-arted In a-
ti'nlslunent. Ye Hie Is." he affirnie.l.
with a thiin t. rNiit. "an I she our.ht to
Le sent to a norma! sihcol. I never
went to ore s.r. I why: I know about
leaching ha ! ecu gained by experi-
ence. Hut lliere I no ml 'take. Tile
burning r.f rict'-cd.i ninas romething
In thee (!jis. and I'ri rt'ie that If
Crraldine I rrr.t !o a normal school
r.e will tni'e a flr.d-ra'e teacher.
Mr. Ci fe.n th 'iu!it It ovi r f r f-w
days ntid then nine to the c are'iisli n
that Mr. Jen in ngi right. 1.b it wa i
the usual rcru'- ion abou: Mr Jenkln
In the little vllnce. The ide.i wai
placed before tter.il line and whin she
hrard of Jupiter's priio-a' she smiled
a smile that ni'.de her mother look at
her twice. Hut CiraM ti" hid the key
to rertaln kinds of hum in nature
whlrh was far Itvond her yar. Sh
thought she would like to go. nnd It
wa a fteit jny wlo;n he r.im to
Judtrr's throne and In her swedes1
and ralmeft manner thanked him for
lib klinli;eM. and sail she would do
her best to deserve It.
Crraldir.e t 'ok new Interest In
school. She tried no more of her
subtle ways to di-turb Jupiter and th"
boys fcund a rhanee in her. which at
nnre et their former Interest at
"She ain't no more fun." they all
agreed nnd they troubled her no more
Ceraldlne entered the normal school
and passed her preliminary examina-
tion with extraordinary slides. Sh"
wa one of the three highest out of a
large class. The wteran principal of
the school knew human nature at i
glance. He wrote to Jupiter a letter
which confirmed nil tint worthy had
said about the wild nomadic Geral-
dlne. When Gcraldine r turned at tb end j
of her first year the townap ople lie- I
gan to relent in the nnrd opluum they
had entertained of her. and saw an-
other person In the tall and earnest
JOVI NON 1'I.ACKT.
young wnii-an who lm app.airl lef. re
them. Jupiter Jenkln had ended his
work a scbo )l;iin'er In 1'ie llt le sa
Mirt town. He had been Mudying la
and was now emp'oylng the same for-
rnsir tsb ntH he had used ln-fme his
schoolroom In a more ii"tatie If n -t 1
a higher court. He was ' up in the
city" and was making a name.
When Gcraldine flnidiel her course
In the nirmil school she receive! the
highest commendatli n. and the old
prluclpHl happtnrd to fid u g. o I pi ice
for her In the s.ime city where J u;: ter
wps making his way.
When Ceraldlne had rome Into his
office at tie end of her first quarter It
was the first Intlnintlon that he had
received of her presence In the rlly.
She sild she had rome to rake a pay-
ment and while she spoke po ir Juplt r
was turning all r-ort of ruddy colors.
"Hut I hadn't heard you were here
Geraldlne.'-' he said. "I hive been
thinking of you too and wondering; If
1 should bear from yon. nf course
knew I should. Itut somehow I can-
not get you out of my head girl." ThU
was punctuated wilh one of the old-
time thunderbolt. "Tact Is. (ier.il- 1
dine I've only Just found out why I
treati d you so hard when in school
And It w m simply this- I Inte l you'
I win! you always: I want you lo
make me happy to be my wife!"
Cit.iI line smiled as -he rained her
face and received the salute from hi
' I knew that wa the inat'er all the
lime" she i.ild Stanley lalward-
bibiison In Cincinnati ( women lab
it ikrfnlnevs In Hlrep. i
I'n to bed n man recalled that j
he tin v us. the next day lit 8 ut the
same time forgetting that lit clock was
half an hour fast. In the middle of the
night be .awoke nnd on looking at hi
clot I" le'io-mbered that it was half an'
hour fast and that (iiiiseiueiity he i
must wake not when tile clock struck ;
I S. hut half an hour later. He then fed i
into a sound -dumber until lie felt
I himself disturbed by some unknown
i a use. He started up with a dread
that he bad awakened loo late but
looking nl Ills clock ho saw that It
IHilnled ev.ntly to K::iii. Thus In spile
of deep sleep lhe sleeper's attention
llol only followed Ihe course of time
I but eten iilllecleil tin- error of Ille
clock. Ihe man sleeping souiVlly while
the clock nil ink K und awaking when
the hand nils-Ill Iv Milntei to the half
hour.- "tfliep. Its I'hysiology ICtc"
by Marie de Manaceine.
He Surely you iniit-t know thai I
loe you. I i annul lite without you.
::hr- -iib b! Pkpa might besr you nay
that. If he did he would be sure to
object without (Ivlns you a cliauct to
j 'fi : to i
vjX i I j
WHEN POPE LEO PIES.
INQ A POPE.
IVIlk) lleral Kerrery lee I anils! !''
IMr Their IUIIoU and Thru Iliii.lUg
ikrut llirr Hi 4 hllr. I'm-lslis
Irom the Chicago Journal: In view
of the advanced ag" and long ponii'l-
cate of l.eo .XIII. rume uerount nf th-'
method l y which his eitcr-ssor Sltl be
rhosen. although It I bop.. I thu I hit
event may be In the very di.si :ni fu-
ture will be found Intere linrj. Th"
U'eetltiga of the ciritliin.' held lor pur-
poses of election are known us "con-
chves" from the fact that they are
held behind bx ked doors -in fart bo-
blitd iu.id.uply locM-d loin - fi r lliere
lire two liH-ks nn the outside wbi h Lrr
fav.enid ly tl.c print" inirsajl. who I
elthtr a Cotopna or a t'h gi and two
un the Inside which are loclul t.y the
ismerbngo of the Hoinnt churrh.
The cDtncrl-nio cn the death of a
pope become a very Importint per-
ronage for on him devolves the duty i
of proving lhe death of the pope j
which he doe by tapping him three i
time lui the head with a sllur mallet
railing Mm by name r.u h tilii" un I
then if the pope be really dead he
must notify the cullcie to tint effect
and during 'he ln'cnc-mirM h as-
sumes the more Import mt function of
Ihe pontifical i nice. In til's he is ns-
slftcd by the 'bead. id unlets" the
senior car.llnula of th- Ihnc grades of
bishop priest ard ibvcm.
I'nr many year It ha been tl rus
toiu to hull the e!cc;;ou v;hri ten
dayt; aflir fn i!i(a-e of ihe mteiclgn
pot: iff. I on lb' iliath of I'm Noun
Leo's pre. . esM.r. it MiH t In light heel
to p ivldr tint the r'oct iui pil.-.tit be
held at arty title even outs .V of Ionic
nnd Wi''ioti Irc'iisnre. Thl was
made itecis.. iiy by rea-oti of ti e ho-;
Ille attitude of the Uuii.i:i got cl miiei.l
and It was fn:tli.r pn.tnl.. that imy
aitniipt at Ir.'eifi rci'.i e on the pun of
the r yallsts l:ou'i annul lb p;.ic.i d-
ltis. lli'" I rot s oik vlll hold goo I
at tlu nc' eh c ion. It Is I..-! ci 1 Si
I'e.'er '!' s ;n -ti I li e fl' t thice of hi
stn c .- i :. t ;; i v. n is the i ! Ii.n
was held by tbe t r -byii rluin or coun
cil l f the (.!-'. ip.l or P.) f'e. ct . f
which tl.i' Cu'Vcr of Cat'tifi'.is has
gr w n. 'vbll' the (-:! gy l eniral'v. and
evt n the laity b id a toice in t .. pro-
ceetl.ttg. It ? a. hot eten tl"i ' art
tin- e'erk to be r'lC'el po e be In
iii.l t Join MX. ns.l Adiliu
V. were li'tion: l.eo X. n.-.i t.i.iy a
ilriu on. and lu th" r. -ent c. itturv.
Gregi y XVI wi s ..i.ly a r .s'. It. it
lifter his ' l I ( 11 the pipe Is r.ucli
larb ua order. aitd should it p. tn-ce-sary
t ) eonecrite b i in !.l I .. the
bisho;i of I'-tlj. who is nlwits d.'-n
of the Co!' go if Card It.l'K. b; lie
cotlsMtati t. I'll. til the ti";e of Ni h c
las II I 1 r.i'l tbe l.i It v b tie bee-) ex-
clll.led fli.tll p.irt i i ; 1 1 i i 11 in the eler-
I loll l.f oi I i-r the p.l t .'ai l year
the cardinals li.ite elected one of ilirir
own ininibir Ititsrnbly. and tlire
no probability of a i' tl.itio;) from this
i stabli-he.l riistoin i.t the next i-'e. tii.n.
As no const itut..d the C.l'e:e of
Cnrdli aU const ts of six .ir.l !tiu I
bishops w h'l pre d over the siiiiu hi-
an I!i m m c.m. r i caul n il priests
w ho are the In a is of Itnmm parishes
and roneregut'or.s: and II cirdlnal
deacons who .lie In ch trite of the hos-
pitals am their d-i i.uant or.i'or.e.
The total membership of the college
when roniplelid. Is. Il.eiifoie ) The
cardinal may also be laj mc ii al-
though at the present time all me in
priests' orders at least. Cardinal
Henry Stuart who railed himself
"Henry IX bv the graee r.f Co. if not
by the will of men. Hug of Great trt-
aln and Ireland." was only a ileie.n
and he was irnctel with the hat at
the age of II. distort- records the
creation of one cardinal in the age of
12 year. Tbe election I held In the
Si.il I ne chapel. when the cardinals
are unanimous In their choice anil ro
ball'it are taken the new pope !
said to hate been chosen by "aeclamr-
lion." "Compromise" and "s-crtitlii)"
are the other method and It is nrob-
ably by the last named that lco' sue
rcMor will he chosen. Ml the cardi-
nal who can possibly attend assemble
at the Vatican win re a w ing Is re-
served for their use bringing with
their a single chaplain each end two
attendai :. In 1ST. Including rooks
and minor servants. I'.'l jeople were
locked in lit the roi.clate. After n
mas celebrated by the dean at which
all the prince of th" i hunh coniniui.l-
cnte the raidlitil preisre their bal-
lot folding Com i.ilef iby hral I hem.
atld then ho'illni; ille ii over the chalice
make rath lu a b it I n.he t li.n they
are toting fi .- him 'In v b. line nn i t
suitable. Tbt" crui niiycrit" x
limine the bntb:i prd the IndUldnal
reciviiu I?'" third i of th" franchises
of 'be llle'iibi r.i a -cut U i hi ted.
Should the fl' it brl'ot f..il tl rice i :i
taken iiitd th" I .'l i to; i 'lu r with a
wet mi aw. me I nun 1 lie ninlil-
tu.'.es with'-tr I fi bv this s'ni that
no election bin t 1 1 i n place. Itverv
prcialltlon N tllllll t ) pievel-l rice.
tlor.eerlntr froi:' within ir without.
Once a rvu!t bn-i been re;i"hel the
dean of the i ai- 'it-..i rritr.nucei th-
fact to Ihe pop. -i bit r nd lii'i'ilteii If
he will arc ; the T.pe If he does
the im w pope rivv hlT"i !f a tii nie
nnd then tile ctnon'efl re nil lowered
save bl. f r lb" t r.m-e of the nii-r ii.
who v.-rre Ml itptaN. now anile In
nrknowbd'tlne the Mi-'-ene authority
of the nee i nb r of tbe i hur. li. Si aln
France ned ' 'i t i i c'slm th.' right to
veto pn cirri Ion. and thi power hi
been Iwbe evirisrd In the nineteenth
century end wa attempted a third
time when I'l.i Mil 1. 1 was ilicli.l. bat
tbe not ifli at lio: ie . Ird Home loo I.He.
The i bun b '(.tii.s ibpt It U from any
other liidl ' t lb. .n pud' m e that veto
Is permit ted 'lhe ii . It i'l- foil pope
I robed In the shite potitil'u.il tcit-
liienta and f t pnuioui'. lug his
liles'liiK. "Illbl it orbl." prepares for
Ihe linposlng i eieinoiilal of the rorotia-
1 loll. Who will be l.eo' successor?
Thl Is a question the discussion of
which ollii;etic (o'b.d-i lo churchmen
and which i iv ot e hopes in ly not
reipilre un tin .tier for uiuny '.ars la
rome. Still. It is one In wlikh ths
whole woild Is Interestsd. and liva
which therefore tome thiorbtlui aay
bt ptrnUttt4. In vliw of tht Imi of
the temporal power of tht church tber
la no political necessity for choosing an
Italisu cardinal slid the growth of
the church in America might suggest
Satolll who was the first papal dele-
gate to the American people or Cardi-
nal Ulfchoua the primate of the Ameri-
can church. One of the most Import-
ant dignitaries of the churrh I the
vlcar-geueral of Home who hapx-ns to
be Cardinal l.ucldo Mary Procchl. a
progressive man and one of I'ope Ieo's
most tiusted counselors. The scre-
lary of slate. Cardinal Kampolls I
one of the strongest possible candi-
date. THIRTY MILES FOR AN ACORN.
VlrOrsn ltlrTs M-trtrlnil Industry In
M. Una; I VI iulrr I'rutlslfHis.
St. Niilioli.s: I'red A. Dber tells of
the California wood t cl i r Hint bore
hobs In tros atol then lilli ib-ui up
wl'.'i r-iiuns. He odd: "Howu In
Meu Ibire lives n similar woid-
licker. which sion Its nuts and
acorn In tl:o bellow stalks of the yue.
cj und maguey.. This? hollow stalk
are fepara'nl ly Joint Into several
cullies and the sagiicloiu bird ha
somrbo - v fciitiil this out ami bores a
. (lr 11Ii r rll) f ai n j!n
.i..r i i-.. i.er ihr;iith
whlch to evtrict the iicom when
wauled. Th n It Ill's up Ihe stall- sol-
idly E!'c leave Us store there until
needed safe f.olll Ihe d" I edat lotii
any ollur thievish bird or fo'ir footed
anim'l 'lb- lit -l tint' In which this
nn ion. lnl.it was ele.rivr.l wa on a
bill In the ml.l't of a ilrs. rt. The hill
tin row-red with yiiicn and magui ys
but tbe iierest ettk trie were thirty
miles iiway. aid so it eat rihulitrd
their In lu-'rli u bin's bad to make a
dir-lit of eis'y f s : -I t cub acorn
stcv cd thus In (be stall.. Aa i.b'erwr
of bird mint's 'Tlnr:- are fctcral
slrilige I'Hlniis to he iiellod In the-."
facts: tin- Itovid.-nt It'stlnel that
ptoi'Min tb! bud to lay ly stores i f
liotl.-iiiis bo the wiut'-r; the great
d still if 1''ii r ed to roll. a t a kind of
food mi llli'-iiil for lis l.ee i;d it
M'ekiir:. In a place so remote friit.i I'
n.'.'nnl a! ode a i: in hi u e to reniark-
al !e. Can iiis'ltut ab lie ti nil or bate
itti riit'ic .i -t I r.a-on t ouM lln se
i'lid tlo.t. far I c tt r then Hi" b -rk i f
l ices or i ret b e i in roi V s or an o' lo r
hi I. lit: pl.oe lire these b dd. ll l l.ltlfS
tin y make for theitneiw v. itl.in th
hollow sti-:.'.s of dt't.itit plants?"
bore the i
if tbe I.I
i''i ! r-.y .
M' I I!. C ;
llrljl.i if 1triint.
ii i: .1. In.-titutaui v lib'1!
i " i . - rf inn .eii.n. or ti uii'le
e i t ;.i th..t f a i.le I by
li r. at 1 '. ii.''r a nbou:
tli. i. In.w.-trr. wa rot a
tn'.'n i. mi in oitr i 1 t-.M
tailo r a l. i c )j.; r
itatior. of b iri.it.g In
f H e -.. rd. but
it ii at th" cu'-
I . .11.1 . th 1 tt Ith
'he i : ' r it i
am pern ii
Mi a :i it i l.i ii II! r.u . I t
i r puiil'r i oil. 1 1 Ion of
1. .. 1 1 : ; a . ic-l-i's ; nun lb" lltl'lellts
t hei e
pr.i ii h
s no lee
lo sin h
1. of I
ir.l. 1 In' lean- t up
ii thitig waa the pse-
tU.il l ..ble sie. Illlell
e i in t '. tin it io in late 1 v Ith supers: It I-
ats t ii. latloti. tin 1 1 li: n with b itcti-
d iry stories lii th- buldln-.s or tem-
ples ilcto'cil lo le'iga.us v.i r hip. With
the retltal of l-ainlng In tin- Middle
A CI J colli it lo.'l. of till . I I'.IIlei.lM ob-
ject" rnii'iuitb'H as well us i urio -It les
began In be m.;ne by ninny we.lthy
ier-ons. often s. . late. I tilth a gil-
b ry i f n ulptiire and painting One
of the irlic-t known printed cata-
logue of sin h a private niu.enm Is
that of Samml (Jub ki ll " r jr. a pbtal-
clau of Amsterdam publ idod In 1
at Munic'n. The eiillesl collections In
Great Hrltaln wete those rf the tt n
Tradesi ant fetlur and son the litt -r
of w horn publishrd In 1
i an account
of ihe ' Musi-uiii Trader -anil mum."
tltese nlti'natclv bernmiug part of tbe
Itrltlsh Mus-iim i olleetion-. l he ear-
liest Instance of a corporate tody in
C'eat Hrltaln resembling a miiseiitn
Was that of the Itoyal Society In Crane
Ciuit. a catalogue of wbiiii a as ub
Ihhed In I' M.
a riling Amnml li.
I'atik do not u-aal!y airept checks
will h all for l more ttun ihe sinou.n.
of lb posit unless the riiNlomer I Wi ll
known and tht' officers are conlident
lb.it be will promptly make in the lul-
ance. Thus. If a check for f l'io I pp -sented
and the maker his only JI'iJ ti
his en (lit tbe f'Ter vlll u-ually ft
t in k stamped "No funds." Cut one l-
rrney reciiitly 'l around
had. after lot-.i; iliinnlng.
i hick fioni n i low -pay deliior. Nt'hen
II win: piesent"d for i .ll'-' tliin he found
that tile deposit lact-d ffi of the
iiinoitnt the i;'ier luil'd fi '. und pny-
liiciit w..s lel'usid. Th'.inion he
.iroi.ipllv ib piiJitnl $1 to the .iccoiiiu of
tbe i-r ilitor and gained tl by the oper-
ation fur lhe click wss r.i' lied - Wor-
Ills Hull y.
;tciiillh A nn I it;' n : A yoi.ng letmr.
ttliose li fltiiiint rot ' tv.ia vanity vol
li-iticre i In nun: in tl citi i:u nriictn
uincert in " Aubl Kllll.-." n mc months
aso. Ilts oTi r was accepted und h
ah. nc; 'villi other tujtir.int f..r miHlcil
faiii ' v a i niptesti'd to iiMnul n mus;
tal : elieat-ial. ro Ilia! the cotnmltlce
nilgh: jioUe t' their in ri!!-.. After ihe
young in. .ti hud finished bis song he
wn aslnl what i wn railed. "Tint."
said the tenor "is my favorite song
'Within a mil.' of IMuihurgh Toon.'"
"vVlthln a Mile o' IMinli.tro' ilae e
in' Ii ?'' si ill the old elialiinati; "man
Hint no' tv'th n a biinnei' mile o t."
The Tim her TsukIiI.
I'.iiber- I'o you thin! my son posse-
i a any iiblltty as an ti iisi Insti uc
lor Will. ye. In one In .tin h of draw-
ing I"' can eten glte ine pointers.
KM her lproii.ll Imbed! lu what
biiin.il? Instructor- Hiawing irnks.
Nn I e fur 1 hem.
Hirangei - I nnili imI.iioI tii. is Is Home
talk of doing away with Ihe brldget
over Hie Chicago liter. Native Yes;
K I thoiis-Jil llie water In the river will
soon be thluk enough lu walk over on.
Writing with Mi.lh lUnili.
.'apuueae chlldrtu are tauhl
vrlls ariih both bin:U.
The most notWable fewlure nlout a
crnioti I t!i number of good iluea
for stopptns tbat tt.o ijk.-r isus
Uka advantage of.
It It mean man who exixvt
flog to kill a skunk.
A Good Blood Purifier a Neces
Hood's Saraaparllla Unequalled for
Makinn Rich Rnd Blood
Tbe necessity for taking a good Hnrliif
Medicine to purify tbe blood and buildup
the system Is l-ssed Us'n natural and un-
avoidable rsuses. In cold wesllirr I here
ha be u Irs inspiration and iinpurlllr
have not ed out ot I he system liry
Should. Food has consUted Isrg.ly 0f
rich fstty sulMlsuces snd there ha lieeq
less opMrtuulty for outdoor exerrl
Tbe result is the blood la loaded w it h Im-
purities nd these must lie promptly ex-
pelled or health will I rmUiigered.
Hood's harsaparllta la the l-et Sprln'f
leliclne rsnause it I the Iw blixxl
purltlersnd tonic. It thoroughly pur Itlo
Ihe blood snd -lvr vij-or snd vitality.
It Aim-f ic'i r itt Mnli in.
i; in (or v
us lhe favorite ctliar-
lic. All UnikkuU. o.
. 11: 1 1. 10 lu tl. 10.
OR LESS FOR THE
SANTA FE ROUTE
1 1t krl. on SAI V.rll I Slh buiI lltlli. IM.
Mr.l In llrliirii I .rll H Ir.l.
iiiltl liil) I riaiits uter Haul t Itwme.
I all mi Igruis fur 4riii-ntsr.
W. S. KEEN AN
l. u rsl I .n-r .tcsnl.
WILL KEEP YOU DRY.
1 i It e i I
r ct i ii
IN 3 on 4 YtP.SA"l
a .sure. I if you take
up your tioine in
litis lid (f jileul t .
a' n" i ae- m
Illustrated patiiililets i'iiiif expetl- '
ence of furmer who hav Ih-ihihs
wealthy in (rron ini? nheat report of
delegate etc ami full Info unit ion a
to reduced railway rates can be bad
on application to Department Interior
I ittaw.i Canada or to Hr. lib hardson
Houston Texas Atfout for Canadian
. 4.1.ki I. ..1. l.ui
t l4f. H.IW 11 .ll4 V
Wjf W BC AMINO wrJ-H C
k am latiai e. t"i.p. vriUUHII ;
I . j mntnm. n r t. rn Ai tj m i.rfu Mtt
I ' ; mvi-iM awaVM Hit
n ) u. ..I... ..u( t ti.H lkn-t..M
fAM tt-se-4 Hilt. '4 ili th mm tai4akti
.ITNt HtW RKAT9TMC OLD t!l TM t
Hold beat thi MfnnniM wmkbl
r-M i hi ( re ...si w..
C J r ii fMte ff.aM 1 tm I
f A ft4 I'ffet .i t. r at 4 tww k
L Ca U f-1 M (4Mf M m M iNtMtal. ll f g J
k . . . r r
i aap i" si sj"o
na p it
I all II lV I II T III. HI 0
j NATIONAL TPMNC."
L "' "" "" " rl'' '
T pit n ut tpt
MH Jot ft-
i lie rnim'.T ritm-i inns "
Nil! Ill us like II in Hi" '" -l'l" t i
um-IiT tb mn.
rn. egilii'i. Hnieie Ti. I n t'ninsg.
mi cr- 'ni. m. iifit nrrsiiip.
ip -r Mmiev. fe.i-l' ' I srir. HtWer
ti. Hilv.r iKo.e rai. I.al.r Kt-
f 4'a-Oprr.r. ivo ii.tiniii.n lVelui
Nb ii.iir.l l.in-r'v l'.iriv. T'i" I'slrloU if
in-ri. Tli'.N'M Dstiiiu isev A-.-. IMsaUtk
rs". Ki a. I vi e. r.i f. r nn.i"li I ws .-h I trp
lnl. or fer .siu .l.-. NATIONAL TsllUNC
) Wiih.ni.ton Bouif CHICaOO ILL
jSFN?) FPa A niP.YP.IP
f' MI.S tir.Sr lis H...I. I. t !.
i" Cftfc AT CLEARING K.tLsl . f T7 .M t
"s'". " ' 'm. .;.. i.. a
skills' ln7 l.t
K. 1. MK.XU t Vt l K I'll t IIICAIIO.
A t-etter Sir.le f .r
lets Ini'lisy 1 1. in b.
eter loeii i.:ii I
Julie (if IllllidlSII
Writs LAI'T. II I tkl.111 IVn.li.n Agrnl.
111 (W Voik Au. W A.shlMilON U. C
W tlUCOVt HV;t''
t .. I. . u l.-itt- .--t
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11.11 I I II I'SSIII. illMl ha
Irt itllliriil I re-
TliAlh-'l II-.I ll.ttsi lleAnf fnr le.
It Halls lie III.-.!
ii.... . t ir C...iai. smol
Ii... llivlsy 1' illllii It. Mill . I n.. !. .
W. N. U. IIOUS TUN. NO. I5.I8U8
Vhra Antvei mi) ailtcrlivriud I hiodlj
Mcntii.i ThU faifr
i K 1 1 want ii!t ivT5. . Li
ait.u.u sloop. iiiii'i t'K ri
" In O'na ... a 1 TOtijnH tfl
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