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Title: Daytona Daily News
Uniform Title: Daytona Daily News
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Geo. F. Crouch
Place of Publication: Daytona, Fla.
Publication Date: December 8, 1909
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Volusia -- Daytona Beach
Coordinates: 29.207222 x -81.037778 ( Place of Publication )
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Volume ID: VID00365
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DAYTONA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1909


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WASMHIGTON, Dec. 8-With Prei-
Get Taft as the central figure and
wtth upwards of 2,500 delegates in
att-6oe, the sixth annual conven-
Um of the National Rivers and Har-
m s Cegrim was opened here today.
"Wi CMVS is national in its pur-
pm rewreenting anll sections and all
wteray2, and It is endeavoring to
*wm Congress with the necessity
at a omprehensive policy for improv-
lg ltia harbors and canals of the
M1AW
k point of attendance and enthu-
tms-nthe present gathering promises
to be the greatest demonstration of the
nppmir of thl- deep waterways
moveaet that ha* ever beer held il
MMraa. Senators, representatives,
dp%*mtu, captains of finance, gov-
mrs of States and others high in
fficl life filled tae large assembly
room of the New Willard Hotel and
*lfked3d President Taft at the con-
chdmkm of his opening address, in
*wh&ch he expressed his warm appre-
ciatiom of the interest in the move-
aent for the development of the na-
tion's waterways and defined his view
In repards to the best policy to be-
pursued by the government in carry-
ltg egf projects now under way.
The PreIflent was introduced by Rep-
resentative Joseph E. Ransdall. of
Louisiana, who is president of the
congress. President Taft was follow-
ed by Governor Harmon .of Ohio. who
spoke upon "The Duty of the Govern-
ment Toward Its Waterways," dwvell-
ing at considerable length upon the
advisability of completing the im-
provements ot the Ohio River pro-
Jects.
The business sessions of the con-
Cress are to continue for three days
and addresses and papers will be pre-
senteu covering practically every
phase of the waterways movements
by men thoroughly familiar with the
subject. Secretary of War Dickin-
eon, whose recent travels through the
West and South greatly impressed
him with the necessity of depending
the rivers and harbors, has promised
address the congress. Other speak-
r wll Include representatives of the,
et-tthe4ulf association, the Ohio
alley Improvement association, the
tiantic Deep Waterways association.
eMiaouri River Improvement asso-
tion, the Tenessee River Improve-
ct amiatioU. the Upper Missis-
pi| amoclatlon, the Connecticut Riv-
Improvement association, and va-
other organizations of similar
that exist in different parts
Lf the United States.


MAZIE MARTELL I18
ATTRACTING CROWDS
Mazie .artell, the singing and
dancing soubrette, is attracting large
crowds to the Crystal Theatre this
veek. Miss Martell is an artist of
the highest class She changes her
program tonight, and again Friday
night.


U.S'S.


YORKTOWN AND
MAP SI)OWIN(


You're undecided what to give? Why not come to our store
and look around? Perhaps you had not thought of connecting a
hardware store with your Christmas buying? We invite you to
visit our store, you will find here many exceedingly interesting
suggestions.


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NICARAGUA.


Will The People

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219 MAGNOLIA AVENUE


T. E. Fitzgerald E. F. Oates
FITZGERALD & OATES
Attorneys and Counsellors at Law
Special Facilities for Examining
and Perfecting Land Titlt,
Office in Conrad Building. 'Phone 1-


RIGHT GOODS AT
RIGHT PRICES
DispotItion to Treat You Right.
L'-t Us Bt' Your Jt-wlt-rs.
L. H. ROWE & CO.


DR. C. DeW. AKE

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Office, South Beach Street, Oppo-
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Insurance
NEW BMYRNA
FLORI IA


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NEW SMYRNA
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W MYRNA is situated fifteen!
MUMabafof faimaanm is an
Mid spot ure il from Daytona by
a bard lsurface rd winding through
oe ot the m Mt picturesque parts of
.Florida.
I With its anci ent ruins dating back
to a time when the history of man
a ,gcneth not, interlaced with wires of
the modern telegraph and telephone,
its miles of shell streets as hard and
smooth as a floor and over-arched by
hoary forest giants that grew in state-
ly grandeur during the lapse of by-
gone centuries, New Smyrna is truly
a place of romance and rest.
All nature here is very inviting to
the tourist and pleasurc-seeker. Here
too is tobe found the best fishing and
hunting in the State of Fiorida.
The people are thrifty, the busi-
ness men enterprising, and all unite
in extending the welcome hand of
hospitality to strangers. There are
five church edifices for white people
and an equal number for the colored
I population; the town has an excellent
high school, a splendid public lib-
rary, and up-to-date business houses.
There are any number of pretty
homes for the permanent population
which numbers clo'c to 2,C.9, and
some very fine winter residences.
There are good hotels and boarding
houses where you can find accomo-
dations to meet your requirements.
Adjoining New Smyrna is as fine a
section of vegetable land as can be
i found anywhere. This land has
bec-n divided into small farms which
can be bought at reasonable prices
Some of the finest celery grown in
the State is raised on this land. All
other vegetables grow in abndance,
and here, too, is the home of the fam-
ous Indian River oranges.
New Smyrna has no bonded in-
4ebtces- and the tax levy is low.
A point that no tourist should fail
to visit is the ruins of the Old Span-
ish Mission which stand somber and
alone about one and a quarter miles
sothwest of New Smyrna. A good
road lds to the place and the trip
ca be easily made by an automobile.
Siba in the great pine flats by the
maioa of the forest, is this place of
pilgrimage for the pious; this ren-
dezvous for the picnicker. The ruins
are extensive, and while there is no
avthe rtic history of their origin, it
is pr"saued that the Mission was
built by the Fr-nrisc-na* in the days
when the once powerful Kingdom of
Spain first planted its flag upon what
is now American soiL. It was built
of coquina, the roof being of the
same material, cut into thin slabs
and covered with cement plaster.
Extensive gardens surrounded it,
which were enclosed by a stone
wall, portions of which still remain.
Visitors usually come in parties
merry and curious but the spell of
the place soon falls upon them and
they separate to sit alone, silent and
meditative, under the arches or be-
side the ancient welL
CORONADO
Is situated on the p'?_iinatls opposite
New Smyrna and is connected by a
good road and bridge over the deep
current of Indian River. Here you


ca put aside your conventional
garb, breathe in large and deep the
salty tonic of the sea and enjoy your-


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F. W. SAMS
PROPRIETOR I

Rates:
$3.00 per Day
Special per
Week
Excellent Hunting
and Fishing
NEW MYRNA
FLORI I)A


HOTEL

TURNBULL
NEW MYRNA
FLORIDA
A House Strictly
First Class in
Every Respect
Dinner.i for Motor-
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Rates: $2.06 per
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BENNETT and
HODGES
PRO PRIETORS


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Oldest stand in town
NEW OXYRIA, FLA.
Moles and Warts
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SORMOND is five miles north of
Daytona, located on the western
bank of tle Halifax River. The lo-
cation of the town permits of good
drainage and perfect sanitation; the
elevati:n is superb and ideal for
winter homes. A wide bridge con-
nects Ormoad with Ormond Beach.
Many fine residences are main-
tained on either side of the river,
most of them embellished with sub-
tropical flora and shrubbery, besides
thrifty orange andI other citrus fruit
Streets.
SThe tc.vn is very cosmopolitan,
has an excellent graded school, sev-
eral cLrci ies, a Itne pubhc library.
up-tc'-datc place- of business and
comfortable and COv'e-Ciiecut hotels
atnd board.ng loul 'cs.
Ormo ld has ri-:-y o0 t,''e Florida
attrict ions-hue t ru t, ,d tishinf.
cxcclie:,t autoino'.,iiing, acte boall:i;,
salub'rious c iin.' and pleasant
walks 4,d drives.
At Oi ,onod Beach is located the
large Hotel Ormond, and its lesser
sister, trc'.ton Inn. The former oc-
cupic; a position overlooking the
Halifax River, while the latter has as
its outlook the magnificent beach and
the broad Atlantic.
SThe walks in all directions are
particularly attractive, and the ar-
hors, shady and inviting spots and
romantic nooks are crowded with
rusticscals which *Cc luc iLIvita-
tionis to 3 enter into the 1 c ,,iy` nent
the re,.c
Bcsidcs t:ce hr',ad, s;.o,. ocean
,c.tCh tierc reic 1nitvn drives for car-
riagC or aut mwiobi!ce-lcni .drives arid
h-.ort drive'.; drives through roves
of golden oranges; dri.es through
dense tropicA,:l forests to Spanish
ruins; drives to tl e ancient Cause-
way bu:lt by the !i:es cof planters
of long ago, and drives to the planta-
tions of hospitable settlers, whose
places are replete with the interest
of Southern fruits and flowers.
One of these interesting planta-
tions is Number Nine, located on the
peninsula, five miles north of the
Hotel Ormond. Here you see a fine
orange grove, together with great va-
rieties of other s b-tropical fruits
and flower,.
Five miles frthcr on -t oU come to
Moundgrove, one of the finest oanuge
groves in this section of Florida.
SMoundgrove is on the headwaters of
the H-,lifar Rirer ?md is amid pretty
surroundings. The 1 lace is reached
by a good road passingg Numlber
Nine] and is a dri'v -all tourists r.ay
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A. M. WVATSON
Pri'opr.


COOKi'S GROV[I

On1 t!;c O "L'
Road }i.l: Milc
South : 0-;'; ,: ;

O;1c ot t';c Fxinest
Groves 1i: Volu.iia
Count' .

VISITORS
WELCOME


THE

RUBY ORANGE
and

MRS. BACON'S

JELLIES
Are Produced at

"NUMBER NINE"
Thcir Reputation
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:TURESQUE PORT ORANGE
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PORT ORANGE is a pretty little'
village situated five miles south of
Daytona on the Daytona-New Smyrna
hard-surface road, the scenic highway
of the East Coast. The town is lo
cated on the Halifax River, over
which spans a bridge from the town
to the peninsula opposite.
The town is well laid out and has
many pretty homes owned and occu-
pied by residents and winter tourists.
It has several churches, one of the
best graded schools in Volusia
county, two general stores, a real
estate agency and two or three hotels.
A large number of tourists and
winter residents make Port Orange
winter headquarters, one of the sev-
eral attractions being the excellent


PORT ORANGE

BEACH
Lots for Sale.
Lxbcral T'crn-
Allkwed cA f.-7.-
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Ocean or River
FISHING
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Port Orange

OYSTER CO.
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I DELAND, THE ATHENS OF FLORIDA


VOLUSIA
COUNTY

BANK
DELAND, FLA.

Capital $100,000

A. D. MtRI'I)DK
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Drug C-.
D rugs, Sta',,. :, r'.-,
Huylcr's Cia-ic.,
Kodaks, Cigars
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J. W. PERKINS

Attorney and
Counsellor
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Grocer
DELAND, FLA.

-WV.. ;i pik for
Your Trnd- .'"


LANDIS & FISH
Attorneys at Law
Practlcing In HlI
Mtat and F.d'riil
courtss
special facillth.s for
Investigating and
pRrfycting tithcs
T>LA! L FLA.


STEWART & BLY
lsanc A. St wairt
Egfurd },,?
Mary St-.wirt
Attorneys at Law
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For Florida
FARMS
(iROVES
TIMBER or
TRUCK
LAND
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THE GOULD

REALTY CO.
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DELAND, the county scat of
-..----.- Volusia County,
is situated 23 miles southwest of
SDaytona and is reached from the lat-
tLr city by an excellent hard-surface
road recently constructed.
SAt DeLand is located the John B.
Stetson University, one of the lead-
ing educational institutions of the
South. Because of the interest iu
matters educational DeLand is known
as "The Athens of Florida."
Stetson University has a faculty of
50 professors and instructors. Ther.
are over $400000 in build:l-s auid
.lI*ip-'Lcnt; nearly .'Y).0'J') c; ,-'8'-
a.,,.t, ai CIu-' :e. Library t ;, I.e re' 0.'
resentin.1 ant iu-e .,t en t it: ,>', iP.'.
endowment and book,, of no'c ...,*
i120,000. The library i-; the L:..:
States Government depositori !or tlhe:
State of Florida, and contains over
15,000 volumes. Science Hili one!
of the newest of 1i buildings, w'th
its furnishings, repre-cnts an outl,.y
cf $60,000. Elizabeth H[all is one ot
the most beautiful college billdi.l..
iu the South.
SThe city hlias a population of about
i 3.500, with a thickly settled country
adjacent. DeLand proper is ivc
1r.ilc; cast of the St. John i(s eCr. -,:i
the high, rolling pine land o t ,
reat '"Orange Rid .e" of Flo:-.it.
S The i redotinII:t1ii. products are
"ran: c and -rapet nt :t, the :-t i nat<,.i
crop 0 troin t0.t; vii1n1ity bein, o.c'
3C-u,,00{0 K)w cS, tl1:s year. Gr.'e-.
:pec lic^h parq, Japaai persr ii i:;,ii..
plurns. pecans,, -,ua.:a-, straw1wicr ic-,
aud othiur tiruts ire grown u plenty.
In tlihe way ot public improvemeniu-t,
are many miles of fine shell roads, ani
excellent high school, electric lights,
a system of waterworks that i owned
and operated by tlhe c:ty, supplyingu.
the purest water at little cost.
Nine houses of worship testify th it
DeLand is a church-going commu-
nity. Baptists, Episcopalians, Meth-
odists (Northern and Southern), Pre.s-
byterians, Christians and Catholics.
besides colored Baptists and Metho-
dists, are represented.
The graded school offers a ten
years' course, and the building which i
it occupies is newly furnished
throughout, and is oune of the most
commodious and best equipped pub-
lic schools in the State.
The trip from Daytona to DeLand
is made by automobile in a little
o.vCr llan hour, aiild ticre are many,
n-r tty drives rt; tlhe v'cinty ofi the
i .-Ln:y ,sie. A .,o, d ;-o:iAd lead-, to
S elceo:, Springs, ivc. mile,:s, a histo:ic
Ss. ot, whcr c 60,0.ui. 10 l':i-, ot 'f ,itr
, bub' e from thc .ar t every inn ii:ute.
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ni icl, and a r)d ratd 'ron Dcl.aiid
to Lake H-lc:i, a alhie d ta(ce.


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UNIVERSITY
DELAND, FLA.
Four Colleges and 6-
T.-ehntcal schools.
Equtlpment cost-
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A. H. WOODALL

The
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GROCER
P)IrLAN1), FLA.

J. A.
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ThE DAVITNA DAILY NEWS
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r Owa~er, and Manager.


=AIN v im EzoIbt.Broad Piazzas on all
ai.~. Heat.Ever-y Modern
Ce Im~i am .SeMi for %Nwblct.

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THE PRIDGEWOOD


K D. LANGWORTHY, Proprietor.


Bopea for fd. Sun= of 1909-10 December 15th.
dqtm ts will lbe managed by white Northern help,
frm from of the finest hotels in the North, and white
ndtbroughout the house. The table will be supplied
K n ( the delicacies of the season, cooked and served by the
As Cbefs, and Waitresses obtainable.
in r address: Proprietor Prospect House, Shelter Island, N. Y.


THE PRINCE GEORGE


Hilyard & Holroyd, Proprietors


DAYTONA, FLORIDA


Enlarged and'lmproved Since Last Season.


SLarge and Beautiful Grounds---Located on River Front
\Sam:eManagement as THE BRISTOL. Aslbury Park. N. J.
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EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM
ANNOUNCE OPINING DATES
On the eve of the new season the
Florida East Coast Hotel Company
announces the opening and closing
dates for the season 1909-10:
The Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine,
uhich last year was operated on the
European plan will be operated this
year on the American plan only. All
the rest of the hotels are operated
on the American plan, but in addi-
tion each has a first class grill room.
where the best of service is afforded.
Management, opening and closing
dates of the hotels are as follows:
Ponce de Leon, St .Augustine-
Robert Murray; opens Wednesday,
January .# 1910; closes April 51, 1916.
Alcazar, St. Augustine-W\\'. A. Mc-
Auliffe ;opens Saturday IDecember 11,
1"0,9; closes Saturday. April 16, lD1 0.
Ormond, Or~on(d-on th-i-Halif:x. -
J. I). oric-; (>)Ien., Thursday, Jan-
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THEJ.PINES
Situated on the highest point on Ridgewood avenue. Large,
airy rooms. IAccomodates 50 guests. Rates $2.50 up. Tele-
j---M-tl-ctri- lightst, fumnaceheat, private bath. New and
ho like appointments. IMRS. J. B.[HINSKY, Proprietress.


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NEW SEASIDE INN
AND FURNISHED COTTAGES
Everything Modern, Homelike and Comfortable. Directly on *
Atlantic Beach. Surf Bathing and Fishing. $2.50 Per Day and up 0
HORACE F. STEWART
DAYTONA BEACH, FLORIDA.


"THE IVY LANE INN"'
A HIGH tirad- IouM caltrlnin to ih, mo-t itri:'sr Pop "* "
.optp. w aind 'Il t'Uk ia.,',s ;hlc',. Ii; nl.Oand l (*4.k- p r (iay-$:' i, in I f. : i I p ....
Open November to May. i
Win. W. FOLTZ, Proprietor.


-THE PALMETTO
Well Known and Popular. DAYTONA, FLORIDA.
Overlooking thelBeautiful Halifax River.
A Hoielike and Comfortable House. First Class in All Rcspccts.


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-f :i northern winter. It is fully pIre-
l.i,..d th s oiis l to laintail nl its es-
tablishted re(uttation for refined ele-
., l(', I ;Iid hI11 ,1 1 -tIom f()ort, car( efllly
prpar',d 'iin.-i. anid attractive ser-
vice .
The hobed rooms ar le Iarge aid airy
and the house is Ngeneroulsly i)rovided
with lpri;ai. ,aths. The i dining i'oon.
parlors alid sun parloi. aret u-sually
attracti-(e anld bright, and flin ver-
anda room is. afforded. This hotel,
perhaps hmor, than ally oth'r hats its
lonm list of seasoiu lifests. tier fjfriei1d
nmei.ts fritenid year aftei y-ar ais >1,
larao. harmonlious1: family, and1 tn,,- s
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see-ks It is a cheerful hlostelry with
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*udp Wimi &Co HooL

Member of Court Which Condemned
Standard Oi.
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pa:nny m, 1ili*:.ranIc'.F'p' 'itioni,4t I. cipr-zil
cred 4enk- --f the s i~~tin 'ho lie 'ted
11 to( I ,z I.z v.J i ,) I)t,8:n t or~ .


Judge Willis Va: *Jcvanter.

One of the Four Anti-Stan-lard Cil
Judges.


Judge Willis Van l)evatiter. who
joined with Juldges ,Snainboi r. llik and
Adams lu conidennling the Staridlard
Oil company. Is na In1I:iii li:In r)l by
birth and a r:mldu:1to of A'-bury (now
De Pauw) university. S,'rn fter hi.
admission to thie prwafti c of lnw ;at
Marion, Ind. n e kit ti) W'Vvoiniri'-:
and hbee ni1 [,rw'Jli!T.'"t in !tl., iff:iir<-
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contemplate a visit to

Daytona are invited to

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mw xvx IT, AIND SUBJECT WHO DIED
viD Im zIS SPELL
-tt r otbu everm where who are ftomtllqr with hypnotism or have
Shpbotic performances on the stage are Interested In the case of "Pro-
r' ArttbW verwm., who Is In JaUl charged with having caused the death
4. inabject named Robert Simpson during a stage performance at Somer-
a N.1N .Everton bad been performing with Simpson as his subject for
-.aJ weekA, putting the man under hypnotic control and then reviving hinm
I t premnce of his audiences. A part of the act consisted in making a
W e of Simpson's rigid body between two chnlrs, the hypnotist standing
Sthe subject's chest, as shown In this picture. At the Sonmerville perf,,r:n-
@We LEverton was table to bring Simpson out of the rrnv,.', nnd when phy:-
Ck were called they declared the msnn was id .en i,,t lor hypnotist wvas
M for and worked over the body for hours lweftr. s !i';tis: \\erv allowed to
wUorinm" an autopsy. The postmortem revenit-'I :t r':; ;i--.! :'rtery near rte
baft


'here is No Place





lust Like Daytona


As a Resort in which to spend the winter


or a part of it.


Daytona is known the


world over as the Prettiest Resort; in


Florida--and 'the Beauty of the City is

the Architect oijthe Universe left It.


as


1ueflWeb^ be 1W pMI- tbrn'ub
Pftk Se b* and slvirt a the 8&ine's
t a blMured by contact with the
voIUme oft mnoke wbk-hich on-tuf:lyl
hang upon Its surfae and staiwd by
t- Iimpritles which reacb It from the
tefst. Tbuh It quickly n"vovor i L4s
pBtlne biu s after the furtifl.i-n
tius ihave beeu left behii.d. It is -n' er
again quite the nnsophlstlalem l river
Itbat It was before Its Paris exin-ri.iire.
Its water, are leam linild. Its tcou;-e
more nervous. wITle at its meeting
with the sea at Houfleur its color and
character have changed completely.
There the vast stretches of nmutd over
which It rolls, mud of Paris. mud 4i4
Rouen, give to the waters of the wide
Seine estuary reaching from Trouvilie
to Le Havre the half dead moire tones
of oxidized silver. The great Parisian
river dies magnificently, and no more
gorgeous spectacle can be conceived
than when on a fine evening the sun
sets upon the Seine at its junction with
the sea. where its ultimate cliffs fade
away behind the summer haze into a
powder of gold. and it burns a light
turquoise blue. with weird reflections
of braenr yellow, old gold anid cadav-
erous green. How different fromn its
gentler and simpler aspect as It lithud-
dles round the heart of arise warm
purple and burnished gold when it lite
sinking suit strikes It :is it softly l;i's
against the s th Cos (nlil:'li'iik It!i t of tlle'
Louvre or sp,:irkIii, bi,1n'1 dap:p1'.'d wiI hI
milk \vhite. l..ii cltti thi e silvery riSit-s
of the l'iri- iu.ri.l'.'- .-III; rler' V \ eek-


MOLL CUTPURSE".

Bold Highway Robber and the Flr,t
English Wom~an Smokf-r.

tinne 111lt 1 fc'. Slit, iivid tlit rclin-
t~1tI' n '~ i~iza the Ilir:.t xN ii. :1 i tk
sii1)k 1w ttdoiaucu inll iighLind.
Tb e, len -:1h of her d a vs is ai di-!iin1tfrl
polltH t1111ut it suvems certain that "Ile i!t-
tainod the n:' i'e (,f over t breesem ire ~ars
and ten. It is asserted 1t ba tr eoailt:1
S T11 king z )rolongedl her life. A piIr-
trait representing hier in the ac t(if
smoking fm .rms the frontispiece of Miii-
dieton's comeync u'yf t he **oaring Girl."
She ah-o figures in other plays of the
Period.
Marv was the daughter (of m shoe-
wak-er living inithe 1iarbIlcan, mid M :1-
ilone gives, f% 8 ile d(ate of hor
birth. She v:i rly too)k to)%ir'k(41 was
and heinma i1m 'ted l g a iln
.\ i~n,' lhr fa mdlinr friend-z \%'i-r OW
nolti,riw~is C(p:Jitai Iini'1 andIti chrl:tr'
;iI 'ia 1 1m li, \-i0 vs :-Ill expert w'd -

t ',I aan Si n rII nha r.41m"h iteIri i fed

Li' 4re. siii i- is'rv nalit s rt
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; he Way *Owe|| Criminds In Us
AM Aft TrstvL
Thby have peculiar method oft try.
g sepia e In BtDebgal. One of t be
in called -trial by rice.-- says a writer
is the W1de World Magazine. After a
priest had been cousaited ai to an
auspicious day erery person suspected
and those who were uual!y nDtar the
place at night were ordered to 1e preo.
ent at 10 o'clock that morning. On
that date all turned ip. Flirt the
people were made to sit in a seniii-
circle, and a "plate" (a square or plan-
tain leaf was set before each. Then
u priest walked up and down chb;intiog
and scattering flowers. These said
flowers, by the way, must be picked by
a Brahman and they must be those
which are facing the sun. This .ere-
i .on over, one of the clerks went to
tach man and gave him about two
ounces of dry raw rice and told him to
chew it to a pulp. Then commenced
what looked like a chewing match.
After about ten minutes had elapsed
they were told to stop and eject it into
the plaintain leaf. All did so easily
with the exception of three nmen. In
the ease of these three the chewed
rice had in two cases become slightly
moistened, but not sufficiently so to al-
low (of its being easily ejec:'-d. nud
they had much ado to got rid of It
The third i i'i. had eh lv.oil liWs iintr,
flour. :ind it *;-nloe out ; .i; peh. p ertett
ly dry. yOn (,of these tlhrte miit prntipt-
ly coin, len eIv d to cry :.1:0l i'e 4,d f."
[ln'l'cy." ,'-,nfi.t,-^ing ev (\ryt '*i;,.;* ;n-d ,st:lT-
inc l t '.t t ; li i v N o. :,. v-!, h" tri. :d t,(.i l <
a ki;' l A -f l l',, r mniil. w. Oi ('!< ,' f in-
sti:::lIr. It is 1a c lri. 'r f:l, t !r: t fear.
n ri-in L.: fr,.,ir.; i !il ,", ', : .... sr 'i,' .,','. Ip 7t-
V ('!4tS S I !!V :! < rtie lt''sit i i., 'lr'd .


GOO 0D I N QSAP10ERS

They Dcr't rite and Do Kill Many In-
jurious lns~cts.
1 thI I 11 it C T1, 1 t i,' S: Ii i- I 'I n t I m'
never h s11: en m (itiine tihsi ltitm"1'.':luit !Im'l-
tic c'lisu o f sp 41 le'.Iti!in. 'F'lit. ,') Ie~
spider 1iit es rteivei md mnica .j4 ill.:iI lv, aind
generally ini early sulfmnir. ofteti ill
bed,.q re iniiflIicted( by coerta in 1) 1 it d
suckiu,Insei1c(ts of stAvferallspecies.
large onid smallt. Thle min:IdililIms 0!~
t he a vvera sized slpiders are harmird
pow erfulI (Angf~i lto Pierce the hutmar,
skin, and, illaof t he ;poisoin cori ta ined
ill all ara chli iims gla rlds inljtectt oil Iit I
the of hmta hu imiu l H l. n Xwiil Tnot
mal-ke a--, Iunch fuss as a r-1 ict1 ilt,~1 1
bee sI ili. Mo( -rover. spiil'- 1i-er A flI It
tiimmiiiiml Ii'oodstickurs ilnd(] Ni-t'ldn't
bite if tiomv could. So mu~ch fir t~e'
flegat Beimvtiuilit ies of sh'imlt'i-.
If it wtire rnot for the spKdt -
silulti, 141 11 Ir~iumptlystartio t (,14'
INcl-r1J244 thils i-4 :I lit e t :Ii-i it'; r 1
tiIl'Ihe le-ss triue. jTi(% W-Ni
it. t. Cel ;~i iH s,, id(lrs I'rev Iif p (,#.iel ;Ill
(:i mVi-r 1 :,:t rs r. m gilinrlx' lTIh:Il'i t IA't'il
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