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VOL.XX1II. ITITSBORO, CHATHAM COUNTY, N. CTIIUUSDAY. NOVKMHKR 22, 1900. NO. 14.
IN THE CHINA
(Cnptr.niiiT l r
I IISTIM PI".
"How, how, diil you got hero?" In
"On, 1 pot here nil riji lit eiioufih!''
I replied, with ii grin. "I lmvo ways
"f trail puliation that are unknown U
Jin had boon very pale but sepuiei
In Krovv wiiiirr.
"J - thought you would
drown," lio said.
I 1 i 1 in it inform him thut for pome
little linn) I li.nl labored under the
mmo impression myself.
"Oh, no! 1 iiover ilrowu," 1 replied,
Mi.,s Arnold smiled. Mr. Suell
hi Hie 1 to grow every moment mora
"What -aro ymi - soil!,' to do
wiz inn?" ho ult:cd, looking fur'
lively a! the nllo that was placed euro
tally nut of his reaoh and easily in
"We!!, (i.imhok Snoll," I answered
stern'y. "lin-.t is n problem thn solu
tion nf which depends Intgely upon
out-self, Vou know till tho circum
si.imvs of my Icivii.; Sii!i Francisco,
m well as I do up to the day you throw
ne- in;., till s -a. From Hint time out.
you probably know evorylliihjj that
.e.s n.-eiirrod i;i t!u fortunes of my
tvo i'ik and Annie bubtoii, whih
t k iii'lhiii:;. Now if you v.ilne
lii'o, you will o'.i.y my orders. Oni
Ii;- u a.-t H ill he to fa i to HoiijfKon ;
mi I iv, i, no Ali.-.s Arnold hero to lie.'
father. Vmi have iiml no hand in her'
iui l i.-ti i i are I! it eoui'i i iiod. Thou i
.. v.ill ,:i,l Kal-t.m and l,:..ii ;.-,toii, '
n.t i t!:. ii A t . ; ; i llidsion. And upo:i i
Ihi i.ulhfal a--i-i.i-it'. y.m i-iv.i m in !
nil th i'liui d.'iicnds your li.ipe n? j
lii'o. Oli.y mi! i'liplieitly, and Voil
I 1 1 v.-. I 'isi e,.ard oni- of i,iy com
iiiaihi-:, 1. 1 ; t i It ii . t one of my friend,
and I -.hall kill you hy slow torluro."
A (riili.ii-loo!., .avliyof Iriuniidianl
I'lU Hyul ilo.'juiir, oa!.ie ovel
' .-lii-Mt h-Ip you," lie faid.
iVi.v ii .t.-'1 I e.-!ainie 1 imjiat ii'iit-
' 'i.i' o.i ii'id I. an;::. I on must havt
: ii Janeiro when yo.i did. Misi
-.nil w.ii mi hoard tho Ketoto,
'i has pi oli.ildy lau led at :. hniii;-
lielm-e this. Vou are perfectly
I'ar with the e.iiirse pursued in
e ah luetious, and must either tin 1
i llalstoii, if she is not itl'vail..1
i l hy !u r lnotii 'r, or yon mil: i
: i" I i the whelp that (,'ot h, v oir.
mi l',a!,, ieo i;!;d sailed under th-;
ii,' Sid lwe fruin Vaneoitver.
, he no play aluiilt this ma!
Vo i will do a 1 say, or you will
his eves aud sUiKni
"I t.'ll yiiii, Bicester I'riokmoro, I
r.i:iu..t hi io ymi. i do not oven know
v.ii:.' ln-neiiu of your friends. And
h- iv ; an as wrecked yesterday
l.. i .:!!!:': no tie' Chinoso coast. No
pan. "en haa-i h.-oii foiiud from her ex
cen three of ihe crew."
I i at sili nt, stunned hy tho teirilde
lie :,iid it earnestly. A man e-i
in :ir ih',1'.'1, a id with no apparent oh
;e to he gained, wouhl not lie on so
i! i! ;i siihieet, I lliought-- 0! peeially
now th ii it would ho so much hotter
lor his own huei'O.ds to return tho nirl
to h. r friends, unharmed.
I eouhl M-e thut Miss Arnold, too,
w as touched it h pity.
"t'liiisps Miss llaistoii bus luii
saved hy some passing vessel, ' shj
1 shook toy head doiilit iiily.
"I:: it pussihltj that it is so, lilllllhok
SniV.r" 1 H!ked.
"N i-i'it its inu'ossihlo. No tiiiuj
have heen heard."
" then thero is hut one course to In
pur-'.ii'.l," I said Badly. "Wo lausl
not to Hon ; Koie.r, Miss Arnold, an 1
y.i;til lie safe aaiii with your father.
Thou i shall hunt up my two friends.
Tii y will have learned hy that tinif
i f t :ie loss of the Kel do. It may li(
Unit IhiNtoii will want some proof o1
hi . istor'.H ih ai'i to satisfy his father
It co, wo must look for it. Tiieu w
wid te turn to Auiciea, sad lor thau nt
le:;, our journey all for n..;iTht."
"1 am orry," siie ausivered Mofilv
ii.i 1 I saw a tea.' glisten on her che
"I do noithiu'u it a Ivisubli) to tn'it
iiiii nskswi'ii thut crew until lu-irn
ie. -," I continue !. "It will, of course
he unpiea-ant tor you to remain i,
this .lseo over liiiilit; but thiuk yo.i
will a ;rco wi.h mo tltat a littlo delay
v it : safely is bettor thau hasta au l
She tlio.i!lit a moment and paid:
"t will d.i as you think best. I lie:
anviiiiis to net to my father; but if il
i ' as better to you to wait till to.
m U'.iiw, 1 will be content. 1 feel sine
A faint smile played arouud th i
1.1 eith of (iauibok Stiell.
: ,ie t Vt nts I have fiarrated took
ii! e time in nassiiig than I had sup
p. I even whi n decided to remain
in io island over nis;iit. Anions t lie
it'it1; costly articles worn by Cha
IV:!? was u haudsome watch. took!
th :. troni lr.s body and put it 1U my
ve-1 noekot. I Koiueed at it, an t
found the time to be eiht o'clock.
luiubok Suell dropped off into a
ih. . e. After a short time spent iu i
planum for tho followiuj? day, I said: ..t j, gl, awfll. ,ul" ,j AI,
"Now, Miss Arnold, perhaps you Arnold, "and an rve'v. itnov-. '...
hal better reliie. There will be , Si0 pointed to I hi uii.k :'..ied, he
' eiieuiot to-ianrvow for you m9 w45 jnaslve m l o n I. Win
t j uce l ji,ut' kUeugtb, Vuu uoi
nohmr II ..-.nix' Sons.) , '
Tool nervous about rieepm do you?
"Nil," sill' replied. " d,i Milt feel
nervous. Hi in U I inu ln'iMiiiiiiu
somewhat noenrtotiiO'l to l:m Tor ; and.
ii'i you niiy, I must ro.si and irtmrt
for to-iimrrmv'H I'vvii tH. "'
"Vou will occupy that ulonve lie
hind the bronze Hereon," I said.
1 noticed that Uuinbok Knell's eye
Sin wont behind tin seem inf the
nloovi. I closed the screen, rind drew
a couch noross tho front of ii. May
down on tho coiii-h mill tried to lost.
I did not dure go to sloop. Otiinbuk
Suell's wound whs not necessarily dan
gerous, nn.l ho 1 1 1 ; vr 1 1 1 ho shainuiiii'' his
WOukllOSS. If HO, llO WdM Oiipu'tlll! o'
Kt'lliii; away to tin viioht diiiin;; the
! night, uud perhaps killing us both he-
lore lie wont, lint liy Halt Onni ; a
few minutes at it time I iiiaun:-;ed ti
rest a little.
Notliini; ditmlir 1 tho ni.;ht. Misil
Arnold on one f'do of mo iu;d (iainhui;
Knoll on thn oilier slept Nuuinlly. I
was ul id liolh euiild do il, for f w.rt
anxious furdivers leiisoiis thai lmlii
should ho in h'ond trim in tho iii'jni.
TUTTI.INi AOAIS-.r until.
i'.y daylii.;ht or at least by the time
it must tuvo been daylight oulside -Miss
Ariinld was astir. She apnea -ed
refresh id by lier ni ;ht's sleeji, and
had lost some of the aaviiei", worn
look of tho illicit before. The pallor
was (ouo from her faee. I noticed
now, more particularly tuau I hud be
f,e, how heaiitiful she aJ. I had
t!ioll';lit Miss l.'al-t .ll the hand-iiiaci
t fil l I had over i con, but my present
companion now seemed to me to be
even more lovely. Most truly. I'ha
Foil'.; had hu I assistants whoso jud;;
ment aud taste in matters of femiuiuo
beauty could not be ouestioned.
I preoted her warmly, and sho re
Hpouilod with like Iriotidliiiess.
I hud already piirtak"ii of my rice
breakfast, and, at my i .'.pient, Mi l
Arnold ate some of the idol's portion.
"1 am i;la l that this is my last meal
of rice," :ihu :;.ii 1 jj.iyly. "It is ia.ui
otonolis us steady diet.'1
"It is that," I replied, "f would
i;ivo iniieh for it
uud potatoes. "
1 meal of iiie.ii
one when we
ill Hone; Ivusi
;;oin j; to do."
thai we shall have
"'.i my l.iilirv's hoiiMi
Why, v.aat mo you
This last remark was prov died by .',
deprecatory action on my p.i. t, toward
the hideous idol, I lore the diamond
mvkla 'e oil' aud put it in my pocl.it.
Then, by usim; so;:ic siren -ih a!i '. a
little skill, I loo: en d the tin u is
that were doiu ; ibi'V fo.- tooth aud
stowed them aay, likewl.c.
"I may want tiie.ic," I said, "eh oi
I f;et on laud. ilalstou h.i ; tii e
tors of civ, lit, uu 1 if I did in'. I'm, I
him I would bo without moans m pay
ing my wav."
"Not at all," she roidi-d, i:i !iv
na'itly. "My father w ill iria lly lurn
idi nil the money you want."
"I appreciate it, but diamonds an
;oo 1 currency almost any wiiere, a id
there is quite u i'ort iae hero. Now
lot's .see what else 1 wan'.'"
t iauibok Snoll w.ia awake, :.ii 1 wai
watching us furtively, with his lit t i o
iiioau eyes half shut. 1 spoke to hi.u
once, but ho was sullen and did no.
answer. lie hal roeoxere I sum
strength, uud now, wilii care, Mould
I appropi dated Chi Font's o'eaiii
sword. I'li'ler his l in silk robe hi
wore a liit'ldsoiil' ve've: ja.-ke! sea:'
let, covered pro: i- 'v wiih i; dd in
It was litthi staiii.'d w.tii his bio. d
but I could not a'i'oi d, jusi t!i":i, to in
"I think tins will
said, as I rolled him
i,l, It !.t Ii
.ver ami t,
Miss Aru ild sio 1 .va', h. i
with aa oarni'st, half aiu:i-e 1 !
I put on the iroi''.;eo'is juei
then his cap, with a ;; dd b it:o:
Then I pulled t lie slimy b i i
lo;.s and pu! them on my ow.i.
reached to iiiv tlii'is With t i
hilte I sword b't -klod l i.io,
"There!" said I, fasteian
i' In i
sword-'i 'It to my sa is.'a 'iioa.
fancy 1 must present q.iii ' a formi !.i
b!e iipiiea: a'lee. "
"Vo l e.'r!:i;ii!v do," .'i re ; 'i i
lau ,'hiii'.;. "And you wiil nniio a
impression in ii nu; koii., wlier i tii
rank den i!e I by tho b i:t.ei a id icai
will bo ro i.ui :od. Vn,i iu:ist t;u
them of! before lauditir;."
"What is the rink? I i nn ku i vv
"It's Very hi'.;!i. t'ii i l'.i.i ; v.u
favoiite at th e mri of t'cl.l i. '
"Well, I may b e. favo. ite titer
myself. Win lis.ms? As a prisone.
cuarj;el with the la-trW i fi'Iia ikm:
I would, no
lY.ViVu ;;!V:U a
1 turn -d pale,
t ;'at of th.it," ch
yei will Vie hi
to be alaeii t
"1 had not II:
headed." Sho se
burst into tears.
"1 don't think 1 will." 1 sail c.e
tidontly. Nor m l I ' My first vis:
in Hong Hon, wi!! li i the Amen a
Consul. Tl.eio wjd to no behoadm
ever lio was r. v..lvin.!,' in his mind ho
did not allow to become apparent in
1 i-hriiv d n. v shi iiiders. I had
my own plans nl,.it Mr. (hunbok
Suell. I did nut think he would do
me much Iiimmi atu i- I one-' nut out of
him all tho assistain could t.
"Don't think of it," replied.
"Now wo are ready i .embark, I shall
have to ask you to carry some things,
Vou may cany tiie n!!,i and pistol,
and, if ymi can, this botile. Can you
lnanioje il '"
"Vos, easi'y," idle Is plied, pickin;;
"Now, then, (hi'nbok SnoM, listen
o i:;e," I said. iHi all the utrly
emphasis f 1,1. "I m,, um.r ii,
any you on board th-ya.-hl. Voiir
lifo de ends mi your tail nl'ul ohedieiico
to my commands. I o v hi uii.h'i
standy" He mulde I siill.-'nly.
"Very well! Vou ere to explain to
tho crow of the y.i.dn that 'we are
friends an I ;uo is of Cha I ".:-" : . and
are to be taken ::t mice to o:i:; Koii.;.
Vou em ! il then they are to return
thou for He ir mailer. I o not think
you can tride with me. I will know
by their nations whether you have
obeyed me or not. and any evidence
of treachery will be followed by your
speedy deutli. Not one word iif Clia
Ton ;s fate. IV. Vo.i fully Comoro
helid noiv v. ii it is eipei'li: I o,' y,e . '
lie nodded a.'iliu.
"Very well, Hum we will ju-oeee 1."
1 lifted Mr. Suell in my arms. Ho
was in, load for me. lie did not move
a muscle, and wiih my burden I led
tho way from the temple. Miss
Arnold fo'.lowe I i.ie, wild ride and
pistol. I h i I also taken the precau
tion to jrei all tiiu earliidriM for tho
th'eanm that I muld curry, and hal a
ba ; of them siranpel amund my
'I'hc.'rt w as evideu! surprise and con
sternation .iiu'iii1.; the cv.v when they
saw us emerge from the j ii and make
our way iilioi ; the led ;e ,,: roak to
ward tho companion la bier. I or
dered Mr. Knell to I 'll tde:n wiiat I
had before taueht him to ..ay, and ho :
jabbad sunn 1 him; in Ciunesa. T!ie
moil oil the yac'.i; bee. line ipiiei and
allowed u : to e i a'i ia.rd v. itliout !
m.ilostatio!i. They i ya 1 me severely !
mill del not t.iUe kiuoiv to my
uuiloriii, particularly that, part of it
tha- was pn iccl by a bulh t hohi and
stained with blood.
Throii ;h Ma. Knell I issued orders
to take the ladder ah !:.! and to iret
under way. My order., were oooycl.
I hud placed Mr. Su.dl in a rivlin-
ni' position on (,,,
the crew bro u.Jil hi;
cushion foa his lieu 1.
u I. I s . :u
with m v 11. te in 1,1 v h
sat down and
had pla -a I u i
near toy ow n,
c.dinlv !l A .'lite I
I Hot !,:
any i him;
i.T 'i ill",
at in that
a ', i : lir-
about, the d'.ree'ion
I'm;! I knew the u iv
va "'it eoine tow ard
and I i-rd.-re.l Ir. S
Slowly t'.ie little y
from the rock. Th
and, it . there w is a
i iua, v.e were no! o
I. i I
I;. a.,! w av.
Mi - V. e.!, an 1 I h.i
oaah nine.'. I i: : 1 ad
keep th" run el' a lairs
Ty lair e.enp.tuio i sat
in.; l ilt to s e.l. Now
iear furtively ;;la::ee a
'.,'V Si : I... t,l
I c'.eil I d i lo
in Hie vaoht.
s u-uveiv look
ii.l thou I saw
lili'ue I in v ticid : o tliat
it her, she w. u!,:
Iu a sh.et t ma
c i iiio.u i'ole
ui ;!: i
1 ae wav c
-.. I was li!,
the ..id"s ..,' mic vo
lt told ii we were
t ir.idaa! !y tie-
view. I no war. n
'necks uu. I r. l':-'-..
. The sl.v
re a whit..
wal '.'. It
Imti'c 1 and
nee i! il all
was eleae. !l"i'c
cloud scudded low
1 won b
si lii,.: v.e did not
three hours, aud im
and water e-aild b.
a look in .Mr. Ivo-!
as he rolle 1 the'u il
t lac, that w ,n
i! i.'-'-l t nsl w o
:: . I,i IMS aicrcy
i : I on. -vs. 1! it
'lot reassuring. I i .-. 1 i a
were ase.e rile', s'v a.', .
as thong:! we , a: a ii ' -. i : i
10 1. neii'l U'.iou hi: : - .". :
chance, aud I to i . n.
As ho ii' aiier h ni' i :
no laad uppe i c '. I :. i .
.Mim etui h.'; WHS WV.!!!"'.
"How is ti :-,' " I us'.,. '
Mi'. Sit ell, "WliV done
11 ... Ivong is no! so lar a
A idi.giit sua." ill'.v-e I o
'lief you kuc v , !u ,-
.-,. w hy ...a'd y.-u a ,
.'. I'ckiiii. re. to ;'.u:,ie v..ii'-
"Never miu.l thut," i ; . ;
" i l. v Hiiieii l.i'iger w ill i
v. e reach Hon-; Kong?"
"i'.ct v, ill tak ' ei:e lis
rr.id, slowly. i,m
lar.iei- away dan .. . i ; : i
"Hut did not t'oa I'o'i ;
island to Horn; K.ei
"No. lie iu , lue -:: :
in uno, lor bag!,'' he r.a.i'.a
: knew he iic.i I be i
thai .Mi.-s Arnold and I we
away . il h.
i j i! v.
. o 'ill
.-ere "..,.,,.; mil I
Uiambok Suell." I i i
i.iauaee I cnuld t ::!
".iiMi;; this yuc'ii area .
tK:v; Ivnii ; in-i ie ..!
yo.i w iii be a .1, - I a. a
Ho said ;. :; i. 1 1: ; I.,
holm, uud ti." c .in
changed. .Mi s An: d.
,'. w ith all tin
it i lay voice,
I a'i'l i.et lutu
mr hours, or
: e a, in i.i l ue
!' t'.e ya'ht
w a - i vi lent ly
saw tiiat slid
n I n .thing.
was veiy pale, b:
Mi-. -Lva :
ii U.b' i.i il.U.lU
THE "HOLD.'JP" NO MORE.
nilaliilK (111 tin. Skirl" Is Now (tin .llinl
The inuilisle 1s How busily Impress
Iici upon her lair patroness the lesson
thai i-s tiitiiiil ralher ilitlh ull nf learn
in:r. ill miisi wear ymir line jjuivii
ti ii. I i'-s iinder sheath of line cambric
cud i aiiliroiilery eai lly lis il is pin on.
In a wni.l. it is r.ui,i,ld, n to lio, up
Ihe il.'iimy mass of liin iy us ymi cross
l to- p.-i vcineiii lii eiiier your earria ;e
or Ihe -araMlid walk iu front of Hie
The line is sharply drawn between
lie- sli'iii ihess ,ni walking leluih."
ju-i fs.apiiiu' lie- "round and never
h ilia upon il. mill Ihe ear. 'fully
plaiiin d irailina sKirl. which is uicalit
for a in.! In r oi i a-iiui.
The "imperii r " or inodiste who
plans the eos'lluie ilecl.'ires il will lie
Ihe rn iii of v.. nr '.iwn if ymi ai tempi
to hold il uu in u lii nf economy, lest
Ihe creiiliou shi lihl be ihilimifeil. They
civ if vou weir ihe dress in all you
1'iii-t wear it as H is ami leave ii
:;! IU-. li t the eonseipii nei s lie what
liny will. The sol" of Ihe skirt will
he ruined if you attempt to raise il nl
Ihe shies. No Woman likes to he lol l
thai ber el.ulii s arc not sei on siriii-ht. !
Imr i'. in she he leippy it she Imau'ilies
liny h,i, I. as if they were pilclifoiked
A uailim; i if is sometimes held
in d;n e by an iiisiile niTaiive incut of
harness like sirups, whit h ieVelll Hie
fiihn s from loiiiiui; nniuiiil In the
front, where ii is not desired. These
Hl;.is become pulled nut of place and
unduly --lr lehi.il if the (rain is held
lli !'.! Ihe side. If llllleh Si ret el'.ed Ihe
lndi.i rubl'i!' bands iheir elas
ti- iiy. 'i he wehl.iim gives way a Kille.
and .-trains the seam at the side or
I ba I,
i I Hie skirt to w hi'.h if is ai
I. The skirl shows suns nf ihe
uea;iir,' and eoiisiani liflin and loses
is " i eshu, ,s, which il is impossible
o of. lain aaain.
Ii is better to h t the skirt limit;
ou n naturally, and leave it lo your
i.ii 1 io brush or repair ihe hem
hoiibl ii he remin d. W iar a wail:-
II: I1 .., oil tie, i,, ,11'-. 'I l.l venieii: s.
e your trailing innvn for
i , . .:- i uis when you can
i'. I'm u h. n mice il is
ihe graceful .'irrangeiueiit
i'ly wea r
I res pi el
ii - mill lei them fall as they are
in, .Sill In. Ii is a piece of "penny Wise,
p. mild foehsh" eniiiluel lo wear :i
I . .-1 : r 1 -1 1 1 1 trailing gown and pull il
up f ii'l down :is you walk, crushing
il by gathering the folds in your hand. I
'fiiirc is iiiiihiug m. .re graceful ihau
a nailing g..w n in its proper sphere.!
in li e I'eei'plii.ll loolll or dining hall,
en Ihe hoi-! piazza or walking across
II. e sua !,y clippid green turf nf a
w it iriiiiiiH d I.i w ii.
lie slender gill looks Well wit'l ill
tra i ling skirl, and tin- short a in I plump !
(isit-r ga'n - added dignity and height
from wearing- a trained skirl. Ii i.-j
fa -liietiabi" lo be bill nowadays, so v I
l.iu -t ! ..;r..w Hie effect of add. si ite-h. s j
if wo c.imn.l l oine by theiii nat Ulall v. I
'1 li.. i'ontif.'NM IVitbl.'i'N.'e,
Since rutin! Wal. lei-s. e has been
lo i n I o coin u laud ihe Herman troops
iu China his American wife has en
joy. I afresh Ihe nitciuioii nf the
American press. M,.. is probably the
nidi a and most iniiiietitial Ainer'nini
woman in Ihirope. ainl as she is to
!l ..'Ilseletable exietit in public life.
Ih.-ie i- noihing ntn nf the way in
Hie :iiieiiiioii Ihe newspapers pay to
In f. I tin in. st nf the current iiewspn
p r notices Hml concern h. r are mis
la ken iu one of i .. exasperating p:ir
lieiilats. Mosi of Ihein say she was
III.- daughter of I ;l i.i b. a. nf New
Vork. which is tine and that she In
i ii n, c il,.-morganatic w ife of Hie Prince
of S-ad 'sW ig li'olsicill, will gave lip
bis title i,i .l iirry her. Il is true Hml
she mar: ic.l the Prince, ami ilnu he
giivc up his title to marry her, but
pi'i: s do not give up Heir Miles
w li. n i Is y tniikemot ganat ic marriages,
.oil this marriage nf .Miss l.ea to ihe
C'OIiit dc No. r. who hid been l'liluc
of Si hh sw ig llolsleltl, ;S not lller
gai'iitic. but ii was n lawful marriage
uiilii.ut qiialll',, -alien nr limit. The
f .nun if- .No. r Is ciiiii-. rriiice lie N...-I-.
and Ins w:fe at his death continued
I,, be Ihe IVillc, ss de Noel'. After ll 'f
lia-l l.iisb:,i,,' death ,.e came back
to A.'ia ri.'ii. and spent a year or in. .re.
S 'Vera I liars alter thai sin- was mar
lii 1 1 lo Cum al.lcl-s,.,.. The pleva
b ill sn.ry t bill -he has never 1 ecu
l in k lo i iii- i iiimry sui. e she lirsi
W . nt ilbloild is
I hal her sec
-..uu w hal -p. i
ln-1- lilst :iib
untrue. Al-o the slory
id llliriiilge followed
i!:Iy afi.r ihe .leaih nf
tii-l- 11.11 pel 's W. . lily.
Coillur.- ot l'o.....-tl.
tin many lani-i s m rompeii are t(
' seen small i-uuid or square frescos
II six lo iw.my loin' inches ill tii
.'iniiir. 111. i- meiiiiiiions, paint,, 1
which poilray the laces nf
i re probably tlie inmates
if Hie house.
iir.iiis nl women arc
arcs ch-aily r.-eogniz
grind .1. lines of ih"
h..se . ii!Vui'i s are of nearly
auy hia.wn lo the fair sc
t he I ', . -1 os a re hid I . tn ;
el's Hue. for instance. portrays
the half figure of a Woman who v. ars
:i handkerchief like bandage tied
iicr.,-s one eye. Ill some the hair is
pil'd high on the head, and in others
It ll-cs ill slll.ll. il ipsol.ler. I here are i
heav y cils of , an- hanging nv. r the i
,!.....:.,--: U.ete ale fliie.'os iuhl ctirln '
il the :: head, SeulO have It Jivld ,
ed in Hie eeiitre. passim; in heavy folds
close to the temples iiml over the ears,
while others keep it boi, ml up hi a
net of irnld ilirend. Some wear deli
cate Veils; p.lnVii li I bus lilllii back the
raven lucks nf niliers, eiiher en masse
nr waved iu litlle ridu'es. Many of the
I'necs me peculiarly pleasing mid even
modern in their ehurni. Especially
Interesting are Ihe pr.lly coral and
pearl earriti"s wbieh shine from under
the ina-es nf liixiirianl hair. A few
are rural and gold peiidanis. oihersj
.lie simple drops, hut nil Seem iroinl'
lioii d In Ihe sty'es in which Ihe hai
I lie lieu, t of h liii.i'lm.l.
Artilii iiil light is reipiireil to briii
nil Ihe full rose colored tints nf sumo
of ihe liner crepe do chines ami nun's
veilings. They have :i yellowish look
by daylmht, like the inside of an iipri
ent or a peach, mid Hie veiling is not
so plelly us by gas or electric light.
.r by Hie . audi.' nr nil lamplight, when
ii suddenly develops into a deep color
like the heart nf a pink rose, lie
careful in making up such a frock to
elinose a lining of deep inse, and not
ihe pallid yellowish shade nf the veil
ing by day light. Il is an exploded
lietioii thai tin- lining must match the
veiling exactly. Some colored fabrics
require deeping', just IIS others icq IIIV
Iii be toned rat ber than height. -in d by
Hie lining. Vmi can line a veiling with
cambric ..r silk. .lino Mislead nf with
lall'eia. li is inu sheer enough to
show ihroiiji. and it is "only lie- feel"
nf ihe silk lining, as the dres-iuaker
will tell yon. which is desirable. A
tine qiialiiy lining of cotton will prob
ably nut wear mic of silk, other things
A ll.'l'a l.iiiniti'H In llerlln.
The average eesi i f living of tho
American girl student is from fifty lo
seveii'y live dollars a month. To keep
Inr e pel id i t ii i es wiiliiu the latter sum.
of eelllse. lieei -ssil a ti S the exercise of
ralher strict eeiinoiuy. if this money
be spent jiiihei.iiisly. however, she may
have a taste nf all the comforts of
life, and even nf sulll' nf ils luxuries.
The lessons i'rniii the musters cost
from live to t. ii dollars each, uud Hu
gh'! who bi ings siillli i. nl training from
Inline w ill profit iniieli fruin her week
ly ntiilieiiee with a great teacher,
lioouis iu the fashionable quarters nf
Itellill ale expensive, although after
the thin! sioiy is passed there is n
li cruise in price, Hie nearer one gets
M heaven. The style of livim; is
mm li more simple than in America,
I ami the phiim-sl meal is generally well
i -. l i . 1 nourishing.- I loin
Atiieiicnn Hill Mush-inn Abroad."
I'llw.-iid A. Sli'llii'l',
iii the Woman's
I-'iisI.I.iii'h lly st.'l'loiiA ll.'rrrr,
I. ike niesl decrees nf I'ashinli. the
whys and wherefores nf whi'di are
usually pasl finding nut. the reason lor
Ihe dniiblc veil is n mystery.
When two Mils are wnrn logeihcr
Il no next the face is of while,
Willi large, black dots, while the outer
veil is of Hie old time heavy blue,
green nr brown. This is ligluly t'asl
euc.l to the bat at Ihe top. and falls
ill folds al, oil the shoulders.
'fiie black M il wiih one or two largo
dots in its expan-e is likely lo retain
its poi.ularily , since the dot, like the
once fa: liioiiiibl-' bi' of etui plaster,
has a tendency to enhance the beauty
of the wearer.
'flic black veil wiih nlic large dot
if velvet, which is ..tic of ihe now ar
rivals, is conspicuous Mini not likely
to gain wide popularity.
lb. nut. 's In Animal s!ni.-fu
A tendency In rival the zui ill vari
ety of annual forms iu lar bangles
and dangle- is one of the lads of the
up in dale girl, l'igs. tunics, alliga
tors, buuibleb.'i s. spiders and every
thing from Polar bears to roosters
hang from her cliai' lam,-, bracelet ami
necklace, and Ihe girl who can display
Ihe largest assort meiii i- the envied
of hcl' eoinpanioiis. The-o stylish lit
lle ornaments vary m size I'rniii a
quarter of an inch to two inches and
u half in length, and are made nf
silver, gnu metal a,.d gold. Due girl
seen recently had alia, la d lo h.-i lie. U
chain a bzard. a cat iu the ad nf
begging, an elephant, a turkey's foot,
a startled looking mouse and a dragon
Work is to be
and il is expe.
Wmmn In .lupin..
begun at (Uic on the
or u olncll in ,1a pall,
ed thai Ihe building
will be iu ri.iiliiicss to open in the
spriliu ot ll'i'l. A li'ige liumber of
sindelils me already proluis. d.
fliriuigli Hie iiniiiitig etl'orts nf Mr. .M.
.1. Nill llse he ob-iaelc of lack of funds
has been .-rc-iiie. Many rich ui"H
of i I . Il H.-I 1 1 - have become illlclesl. il.
Marquis li.. leading with a large sub
si r,!ii ion. l ie- wealthy Mitsui family
has made .i princely gill of a piece nf
laud, eoiiiainiiig several acres, lor a
site licale.l in Ihe rich east suburbs
M villi l u ll l or Tie.
Ihe ends nf all velvet or ribbon
bows, which ate among Ihe popular
iioveliiis in Iriuiaoiigs. are furnished
in some way with la. nil attachments.
These I'.ro in i.ilt. -liver nr bronze,
in the form of spigots, or spikes, and
fcrreis. The I. liter are made in vary
illg width:-, for widen! narrow ribbons.
Ihe cuds ..f which slip in between Ihe
double metal siih s. These are iiinato
villi seiollworU. and in th" more ex
n.i.sive examples have insects nf
i.-vvels. The new. st four in hall. I lies
all slew these melal liiiish-d clitls.
I'bil.l llniiilkeri lili-r. iii iiCiip.
l'laid handkerchiefs arc among tho
in w est spoi laities. They an not hold
in design nor glaring in colors, but
are modestly plaiile.l across with hair
lilies of 1-c
only to he
Umu. '.'. !
I. blue or violet, and are
curried with morning cos
i) eie nlso suitable for
OUIi BUDGET OF HUMOR,
LAUCHTER-PROVOKINC STORIES FOR
LOVERS OF FUN.
fo Miil.l. ii.-Slioiil l lie t trt lo 11 Iiml
Ni-vit Tol.l Her I ron. I ln lr Point of
Vlw In (tin N-w Km l.nrliiirlnus
A lli llnltlo.i, Kir., l:ie.
lint believe what you please
Wln-ii tliev swiar I la y adore J ell,
I.el tli. lil lest mi I heir knees,
lint believe what yon pioasc--
bet tlicm argue ,'iinl lease
It' the (lung (Ine.oi'l bore yon,
lint believe what ymi phase
Inn they swear liny adore ymi.
Slionl.l lln I'.isl in If.
M.HIllllil-"Itobhie, il grieves lite sJ
fo have ynu naughty!"
P.nhblo (strictly logicali -Jtnt why
Miould it, liiaiiima? I was always so."
Iliel Ni'vi-r Tnl.l ll.-r.
The Wife "I eaine very near Hot
Inarrying ynu. .lohn."
The llitsliand "Yes. I know; but I
had no idea you were on lo the fin't."
Sinn rl Sel.
From Tl.i'lr I'olnt of View.
First Ape "And some apes have, tk
Velopeil into ti ion V
Seeniul Ape "So lliey say."
First Ape -Well, thank goodness;'
Soino of us have i scaped!" I'uck,
In tho New l-:rn.
"I slainl mi my recnr.I," shouled tho
Woman w ho was running for ntliee.
'Willi I fur?" demanded a linle red
headcil lonsler iu the crowd; "are
you iryiii' to keep il nut of sight':''
"There ought lo be a law against
Felling gnus lo barbarians." said the
man in the corner seat.
'There is. Fire-arms imi., imt ho
Fold to small boys." Mew Yuri;
Mllle ilIii''Ta. why do (hey call
fheiii 'minor poets":"
Fa 'Ttccnuse they might to bo
working with a pi' I; and shovel in
stead of writing poetry, my sun."-.
Tin, Only I'nimilillltr.
lie "Nothing could ever emtio bo.
fween us, could il. dear':"
Kin "I can't think of a single
thing, unless I should happen to be
come engaged to souio other man."
tachc lii ulenaiii ? Your father has
such a heavy gti.wih nf beiir.l."
"Vos. my dear. Inn with respect lo
whiskers I .am more like my inuiliii'
than uiy father." Soiiilag.s-.Nisso,
".Tohn." she said, "l must have :i
Tliuiiilcr;iiio.n!" exclititt'oil Mr P-q--v.-nii.
"You've pit a bicyeh ami a
motoeycle now. What do you want
of any more of those ey.-l - things':''
Too Hltl.ii Niivul l-;i.i...-lt.i.
"The navy is nut of powder again, j
i "!mMivsiblc! What's hi 'viiie of tho i
! supply ":"'
I "The warships used it up. sir. swap. ;
ping salutes for their cl!!lillau.lcs.', I
; - Cleveland Plain Itoaler. j
CiO.nl Alurill I lo.it.
I Fuiploy.-r -"I eeiigraliilatc ymi mi ,
j lh.it new baby of yoiits. lligg.us."
i lliggius "Tlumk you. sir." j
Fmployer "And I have no d.'iiht j
that hereafter you w ill be waked up
I early enough mornings to get to the
! nlli. o every day ou time."- Soii.ci villo :
! - I
j ioo.l s.i.t-me. !
Tourist "1 hi those scan crows save j
: Jnttr crops?" i
! Fanner '"I'hey work fust rate You
I sec, I'vcty trauip that eoines iilolig
crosses the fields lo see if III' (lollies .
is wu'th stcalin". 'v'. h they .'lin't. an'
that scares ih' crows away."- New
Hml I'lHre ti Ulo In.
Osinnnd "My wife has turned ntir
ilr.iwing ronni into a 'ileii.'"
Hosnioiid "Well, that's all right.
Osmond- "I don't know; if 1 should
die I'd hate awfully to bo laid out un
der a red and yellow .lap umbrella.''
- Indianapolis .lounial.
Hi- l.rrm-tl the Itru.on.
"Yes." mused Ihe ll.i-hfc.l Philoso
pher, "a dock slocking is mi called he
cause The Pert Clerk bent eagerly for
ward. "because." Weill nil the fust speak
er, "because il always strikes one.''
- Syracuse Herald.
"How long can y.m stay under w a
tor?" asked ihe curious person
"Permanently . if 1 choose." r. pbed
the professional diver, who had an
swered ihe question several hundred
limes before, "but 1 prefer to conn
to the sulfa uiy once in a while
to breath."- Chicago Tribune.
"You kin.w." sanl Senator Sorghum,
reprovingly. "1 told you that what I
wanted from you was a good breezy
"ell. Sii.swcr.il mo iro!osiuiul j
orator. "I ihougut that was what 1
gave you. Nearly i-vciyhody w ho hoard
it said my arguments were ouly
Thn Suvn.i llmhrlor.
"It is a w oman's prn ilege to ihango
her luiud." said tin- Sweet Young
"From what I know of tho critter it
Is her duty," said the Savage bache
lor, and the glare lie git from the
newly married boarders kepi bun I
good hnuior nil h rest of thy day.
P0'..'ER OF THE PRESS.
An Ai'O-tioi.lie lo Hii' Mini Willi a Pen
,.- hy ITeslilenl A ji.'sw ortll.
I'lvsi.lciil bal lon o. Ayleswoith de
livered a very aide address before the
late gillie-ring o
' 1 1 ymi name
the world I w il
Ihe Colorado Edito
say iiig among other
any good tilings in
show you that the
s eotnuiiili carrier to lake It
p!c. think not only of Hm
KTont ihtili. s- they are Ihe captains--out
I i be k also of th. able hosts, the
"1 thinl not :iliin nf the famous
in. u in lln- w.itch t.jwei.s. signaling
iiml guiiliiig. but ab-o nf the busy,
overworked, nbs. in.-, faithful hordca
Who work on lln- h-vcl--- below; sub-
dibit's, repot lei , eoll.po-ilol s, (.,WU
Iii He- ii. u - boy . win, iuis tin morning;
air with hi- sihiiaiii u' n i-al h.-rahliiiij
of He' great world's doings and mis-
"A gi'e,-.- .- panv i; !s. villi greater
leinpiatiiiti lo I c cowardly and time
serving than has any ml:, r body of
men en earth, tun who. in my judg
ment, an- us a whole the least cow-
ill'llly illld I lie least !t, lllelll.
Voiie,' ink- ami end wars. You
e;i ii elect and regulate riih-i-. Senates,
Congresses and 'n I.: in -l - lisieti for ;he
ground swell I nun Ho' cylinders, nf
lln- printing room. Creeds grow gro
tesque and uniovely under your e!eo
trie lighi. Spui'ioii.- i. li.rms dvviudh
illld sick.'ll illto lllllll.-ll'ked gia"e. wle .1
you have put Iheih.uih o:u:k oi. 'hem.
Crime hnl.-s from your !.vn- etl
searchers nm! cuts its .Ie. di in hfilf.
(bind and kindly ciii.-rpi i-. s sproiu
uud lloiirish io a in-li harv'S! under
your f rue1 ify ing siinliglii .
"lion'l be iishannd i f the en.
Moses used it on bibb - nl slum- .imill
Ihe 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 aiii- t'etiibling. that the
ages iniglil lead tic l avs. '! he N'aza
eiii' used it a- II.- wrnm in the sand
: t it. I gave the sinner another chance.
Paul u-e.l it vv I . n In- widened Chris
tianity lioin .In.iai-oi to the world.
It made tin Magna i hariu It wrote
Ihe I leclar.it loll of I nd--pcl,iilCe illllj
I he mi of eiuancipai i m.
"'fin- angel guard ! all Ihe world in
represented iis penning our life's rec
ord aud name- in the book nf life." ,
WORDS OF WISDOM.
A timid, i ii . .l n ! . and self enn-
Pciolis inr.i w ill i.l'uii be cruel when II
large hearted and self reliant man
wouhl be tender n I generous. The
latter gives slr.-ngili and cnnliil. nee to
all with w li ai u n, males, i ney icei
his illllllell.-e illul pUtiilke of IliS UU-
lure. 'J'hcy grow si l onger for his)
fctreiiglh end briv.-a lor Ins courage.
Anger, wrote the :;:
Clareinhili. i. th" lim-t
simi Ihat aec..iu aim s
iiian: i1 .-If -c.a in. i bin,
uud buns In- nifi ii
i' goes about.
bv il more than tin
.a hit- against
w hom il is iliret i. ,
1 liscolltetll is Ihe Wat:! ol self-reliance;
II i-s i li ti I' 1 1 1 i i v ..I will, begret
eahiniiiii - ii you cm thereby help the
sufferer: if inu. aiieial your own work
and already ih" .-nl begins to be re
paired. Watch liar
1 ion of a I I'll h
back tin- iii!'!'
source w Ii lull
alien vast, lo
pell, I so mil. i
other p o- 1.- I
.lllglll O glVe 1
an nl living
All mil "'li
.-1 1 -1 .-ltil.ti.il
and si-;, i s no
ll lakes a P
leach u- that
.v. ly ih- .1. motisira
i - i.o iii. o'.id ou l r.-tci
ti.-.- i I.- -pr'uig and
whefe leood- radi
, 1. 1 it.-d tuy h ray.
and sit ' i in life do
on ot be,- i . la', ions to
mi ii w -.tlld s. em wo
. so. ill a 1 ten. ion in the
;,jip I v wait t In III.
I. ii, . I., -v . ii parents
i ti-1 I. i -. -u brothers
,i ml upon all i 111 -!,.
1 1. .1 ..ili.-rs shall
i in-.- of experience to
v e al l- oni nv u best
e nic out own worst
enemy w c n.-. r tcaru
l.ovc is lie- won. boil- atieel ot life
that rolls ;..v iv .-ill ihe stones of sor
tow ami suffciiiig from tie- pathway
Yon cannot dr, -a'. i
chiiracier: you uiu-
ottr-elf into it
forge yours. -It one
Hit; llimey I'm- SI iiI.'k.
Mr. .lohn Tough, son of Captain W.
S. Tone. I., of tin- slock yards, has lig
Ul'cil Up hnW lllC.i 11 lilolle.V the w:ir ill
Africa has pour. si nbo the eotii-rs nf
ihe mule nt. n of tin- country, to say
nothing of ihe amount pi. i.i for horses,
and which i- being paid all along',
ihe ligiiiis an- rathe,- siaribng' and
make it tacrcciiaiy man wish thai tho
war would ciii itiue for some lime In
collie, if lln- Ullglish will eolllilltle to
want mules and Inu-s. s. and if they
..-in be persuaded to buy lli.-iu here.
Since ll.ev have been buying lllelll
here 'he I'm-h-h have I ahi ,iH.iK
mules iii tins loitiury for shiptnenl to
Sotnh African and olhcr points. For
these llu-y Invi pud an average of
S7o. 'I he eoaiib te amount then that
Ihe Fugb-h have paid into the coffer
of tin- mule men ni this f.iitiiry is
Too.oim. - Kansas City .Journal.
llol.'l 'lull.' Yio.v ltnsii..-p II. imp.
lll.lW tiie line when Hie door isl
closed. Th.uc i- iii utgh of worry and
work iiml deiail in the hours given for
labor wiiiioitl taking your business)
lo your home and to b. d. lively mini
needs Ihe hours of r. i h" is sltpioseit
lo lake. Tiie problems will be clearer
and brighter and solve t heniselve
more readily by going at Ihein with il
mind fresh lioin iv-t. I.el the key nt
Hi- stoic dam- lock in your worries
and p'ob'.-ms of luisim -s hmirs. It l.i
enough that we are ciinipell.s! to spend
the twelve or fouiieeti hours of eacli
day in their solving It is due us that
we lake Hie net. it is .lue our families
hat lin y have us mid not our troubles.
I h. y probably have smile and eiimiuli
of tln-ir own. We'll lie belief business)
inv.i :'i tie keeping nl !i,s 0uv piuUv,'H.
lii' "iKUlf Well lief of US.