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Title: The Key West morning journal
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Publisher: Key West Journal Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Key West Fla
Publication Date: July 16, 1913
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Language: In English and Spanish, <1912-1915>, <1919>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 314 (Nov. 23, 1911).
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KNI


'Flooded Rlyqr Brings Prec0ous
Gift to Reunite Husband
and Wife,

By W A5T'CAMS ON.
John 9i tood upon'the bank
o (he wboit W river,, looking on the
,wreck of -6t home. 14 0 wife, Mary,
stood ft t' side, bt'ven in this
xtremity "oft affliction. heIW hand did
:'. n deAi his, and 'there was no sign
that. their oplmoan disaster had unitdd
*tg em 4 -' .... ,
''a"Things lidW b not gone tell wltIthem'
d'urtp the three years that had
,iaP., *e their marriage. $0tad
1b t || rK .ln St. 4ouis, a1d r
!,. Ag, 6l'teacherp It wa p
and gi rttion, f allowed b '
and girl' Argage; 'then, -pu by
necessity anOd ded by the itbe 'lice
of A feW hundred do j[' had
purchased .fW ~ t t low.
lands of th'4westerh ot t state,
There they a d -fttolast from
the beginni f 4esperata
struggle of W,' gry, seeking
'.. to maintain t ylt onthe precl.
Sous earth,
Gradually ut flnuence of the -
bard and .mitti il, they had
drifted apa., It-, had .
child it mpglt haV' bought
gether.' ,,ut beca& lfi wds nott
tied to be tley bh 'grown to b Wa
most strangers. Mary found the hard
struggle intolerable and longed for
books, peqple, intellectual life, such
as she had been accustomed to; and
John, busy from dawn to dark inla.is
battle with nature, hardly had any
other life at all.
When they ceased to hope fo0
child it seemed as though they .-I*L'
drift apart for ever. In fact they.*4.
spoken of a separation, at first tenta.
tively, then hopefully, then eagerly, as
something to be anticipated.
'You can have everything except
the house and the land," John said to
her. "I want to be free, as you do.
I'll send you-"
"I don't want your money, John,"
she flashed out at him. "There Isn't
anything of yours I want-now. There
was only'one thing-love-and I don't
want that any more."
They were to have separated that
very day, John remaining there, Mary


~a~c-~-~ cl.'=="


Stood Side


by Side Upon a Little
Knoll.


returning to St. Louis, to take up her
work in the public schools again.
And then, a week before, the river
began to rise. And soon came stories
of the floods up the country that were
carrying all before them, bursting
through levees, overwhelming towns,
sweeping away houses and churches
as though they were but driftwood
floating upon the stream, and drown-
ing thousands.
And hourly the river rose, and Mary,
forgetting for the time her own plans,
stayed at John's side and fought the
floods with him. It was little she
could do; but all along the banks men
were building up the levees, hoping
to dam hack that roaring tide before
it burst through into the fertile fields
that they had won from the scrub-cov-
ered bottoms of the old water-chan.
nels. And Mary, with a corps of de-
voted women, ministered to the sav-
age, wearied, tolling men.
Then the worst happened; the river
burst its hanks, and, when the crest
of the flood had passed, the little set-
tlement was as matchboxes. Not a
house was left standing. Only logs,
shingles, and foundations remained.
And down the stream pouted the
debris from a half dozen states on its
wild career toward the Gulf of Mex.
ioo.
They stood side by side upon a lit-
tle knoll and looked at the dull yel-
low ponds that covered their land.
The land was there still but all the
fruits of their works had been carried
away. They l oked lto t* e turbld
river, and then Into each Other's
eyes.
"What are you going to do, John?"
isked Mary.
"I'm going to move west," he an-
swered. "And you?"
*" "I shall go back to St, Louis," she
pnswered, "There is no use in my
tayigig here now."
'"- o," he agreed.
ar4y was to letve on the following
i lndg. They were sheltered in the
,"* .ifrad depot nearby which acqomo.
datpd the hoiMUM, seftre r. ad'
S. too just beyfoid the highteiptt reach
Of W-flood. Oa the nbxt morning
70J oft at diawn. He oould not


resist the temptation to 10ok once
tgala at the ruin *t hI Uome; but
h' had not the heart to awaken lMary.
When be left the squalid, sordid'en-
closure it was with no intention of
returning.
And Mary knew that. She had not
slept that night, She had thought, all
through the long, sleepless hours, of
that other ruin, their common fife.
.jae4ho not also been to blapiofor
that? She recalled times when'she
'aight have been more to John; en.,
dearments which she had repelled;
times when she had let pride master
her inclinations toward reconciliation.
And John had not changed, only he
had let material things ureep up be-
twen their jove like Mollsome weeds,
and stranala it. Yet, she could not'
brang hayptto call "him. back. She
W tcell ', pent figure pass out'
of tho >.., u5ue; ,and out of her life,
as h46 thought. '
., Half a .hour, r ho was back,
,"l ,eo a r4'w,.o looked at him
.In ient H.. might. have been
anoth man-', the old one, her
bo 'l w eethuet who had so long
41 .a memory to her. ,
'^ RRy3"'V eo called. "Comeel No,
Son youroila and bring your grip.
w| ill carry 1'for you. Come--I'll
Rhow youI" ;
She accompniphed him outside the
squall, building to where the reced-
Ing ftds had left a swampy stretch
of earth. Here their farm had been,
their e and growing crops, and

sp'tarted in amazen)y .g A new
ruse stood almost upon the spot of
1,he old one. It might have been their
touse-the house they had planned
in the first dreams of their married
life. Firm and foursquare it stood,
with if eight rooms, its neatly shut-
tered.-windows, its front door with
the gleaming knocker. Mary turned
.to.John.
"It's magic, John. What doei it
meanX" she asked.


AMONG THE COLORED


PEOPLE.

SREV. B. A. CHAMBeRS, Editor.
702 Whitehead Street.

A mean man will do more for
spite than for any other cause.
The no'e la a part of the, facq,
therefore, ydu need not, cut It off
to i te the face. '
gSono ard guilty of dirt and soiae
are guilty of dirty dirt._ This is the
limit. ;
A man steeped in sin cap lbd
steeped in no deeper dye, No stain
is harder to completely eradjocte.
* You have to work to g t *hat you
want and you have to' work as hard
to hold it. If you relAx your efforts
after you obtain it you will soon
have an empty treasury.
All that a man can hope to be re-
sidos in his- will, If ho has ,no will
he has no. strength, physically, mor-
ally or Intellectually,
Our will associated wtih conse-
quent efforts will raise us above our
immediate environments. Otherwise
we become creatures of circumstan-
ces,
ile who is a creature of circunm-
stances has degenerated from theb
heights of his creation to the coni-
mon level of animals of the lower
order.
A horse will cross If he finds a
way prepared for him to cross, but
when man gets thqroe if he finds no
way he will ninke a way. And if at
flrst he does not succeed he will try


John pointed to the receding river. a 'ain, and again, until lhe perfects
"It Is the river's gift to us," he an- what is in lhis mind.
swered.
Torn from Its foundations, hundreds Ablitan ismasty be ki o f t forest,
of miles away, nl heaven only knew rules :ad s uperi rules
what county, or state, even, it haed l.-
been deposited there by the flood. It A man with a weak frame and a
needed but two teams of oxen to strong will is a strong man. But n
place it upon the foundations, of the inman with a strong frame and a weak
old home. And it was theirs! For will is a weak main. To him a straw
it could. never be taken away; prob- is an ihsrm'mountable barrier, '.
ably those who had once owned It had granshopper a burden, the mewing of
died in the cataclysm. It was theirs, a cat is us the roaring o& a lidn, and
this home. They crept up toward it, ln tant hill a .,gantlic mountain, and
wading like children through the a stream a yard wide swells before
swampy places. And, looking in, himin to the( proportions of 9 weeup-
Mary gasped with wonder. For It was ing riv,-r maddened.
furnished, neatly, cheaply, but taste-. By those in position to best know
fully. There was a parlor, with a there inf9pomed that Mrs. Georg-
table and chairs, a living room; even a.na Roberts is a little improved. We
the 'curtains swayed upoif their rods. trust that it may nnt prove docopt
I'he river had borne It upon its b.-east Ive. She is still very sick. We wish
as gently as a child, a change for the better.
"I wonder if the upper floor Is furn-. *
Wished, Mary," John seiggested. Mrs. Rlatleed'S0ntth, 223.,Angelk
Suddenly she caught his hand in street,' Wit, quitd$a s!ceastfl with he'-
hors and motioned to hhm to remain din to thal la1st Monda'trhe hwIsh-
silent. "Hush, Jbhn!" she whispered, ud stha,,)e h tb auccee d her
Alitening intently. "Did you hear any-. ,
thing?" she added presently. Mr. Robert Knowles livingg his
John had heard nothing except the new house finished at. No, 208 An-
sullen lapping of the waves upon the gela street, and will move in as soon
river -banks. But Mary's eyes were as Mr. Perkins says "it is finished."
alight with a strange fire and her It is a nice home.
cheeks flushed and the hand that he ----
held in his was trembling. Mr. William Weech who is em-
"What is it, Mary?" be asked stupid. played the Revenue Cutter Miami,
ly. he s expected in the city Sunday. All
Suddenly shedashed wildly up the shavier 'rieds and relatives onthat
steamer are looking forward with
steps of the stranded house, while great anteicpatoln to a happy meet-
John looked after her, wondering at Ing and are preparing to give themia
the feverish eagerness which had sue. warm reception. May they all reach
ceeded her customary apathy. She horie in triumph.
disappeared inside, and almost imme-
diately afterward she reappeared. Mr. Milton Thompson and Miss
Her hair was tumbling all over her Florida Scriben were married Men-
face, upon her lips there played a day night at the home of thebride's
smile of tenderness that he had often parents on Eaton street, Quite a
Imagined there but had never seen. large? company of well wishers wtt-
I her arins she carried a bundle. needed the ceremonies which were
She came toward him, and, as she performed by Father Roe, Rector of
unwrapped It the feeble cry of a child happiess on the journey them have
smote upon his ears. started together, This journey is
"Look, John-" she whispered. IrojB'ly what t he two make it. No.
An infant of Nix moths was lying body can fix it or unfix It but the
In her arms. And even as John looked two whose hearts are supposedly
he saw the little arms go upward, one,
seeking Mary's neck, and, having
found it, they clasped themselves con- Miss Syble Albury of Daytona was
tentedly around it. in the city a few days ago, the guest
"What do you think, John!" said of Miss Mary Brady, She has re-
Mary, with a little laugh. "He hasn't tureid to her home. Her stay was
even finished his bottle-although tha quito pleasant, her company agree-
milk is souring. You didn't hear able.
him," she added, "but I did." Mr. William Brady and Miss Cin-
She stood there so proud, so happy derella Cuiaer were mai-ed Mon-
in this vicarious motherhood that day night at the home of the A bride's
John's arm stole timidly' aroul r parents, Rev. L, A, Forbes officiating,
waist and he drew her toward him. There was a congested crowd to wit-
"Mary, dear," he whispered, "I have nes tho happy event, Amid show-
often thought that if we had a child- era of'congratulations they launch
like this-it would have drawn us to- forth upon the matrimonial sea for n
gether, We would not have drifted hibor not yt yet discovered. May
apart as we have done." their days be full of sunshine and
"So have I," ihe answered passion roses. The wedding march was
Ltely. "I felt that you resented it, Played by Miss Florence Knowles.
John, my-my childlessness, and s-- Best man, Willle Sawyer; bride's
and so-" maid, Miss Kathleen Baptiste. Re-
"You hadn't grown tired of me?" freshments were served in abund-
"No. John, indeed no. If I had ances.
thought ou wanted me to stay-" There will be givenon at the home of
"But I did And do ant you," he Miss Annie Roberts today 'at 4
answered truiha Maryo'clock p. in., a peanut hunt for the
"10 ' children. Admission ten cents. In
"John I the evening there will be a water-
"He stays wit1 Bls."u melon cutting for young ladies and
"Of 6ourso,?! ha. dolawered, turn- gentlemen. Admission 10 cents.
IPg up the ittl, 4ar husap4d's For the benefit of the A. M. E, Zion
Ill, ,It. .i. church. 105 Petronia street. Please
(Copyright, 1913. 'by W. G. Chapman.) help the good sisters to succeed, En-
courage them.
Rialto Qossip,
"There goes Susan Brett," remarked The rally at the A. M, .11 Zion
Yorick Hamm. "She loves to hear church will continue through next
herself talk." Sun iday. The trustee and pastor
"Then it must be a great trial to hope that all who have not complied
her," responded Hamlett Fatt, "to with the request will try to do so as
have to work all the time for the fast as P0ssible a we have ether
av t r t things that claim our attention and
movies." must be given consideration. Do

Her Way. your bst
'"Doeos your maid ask for many Mrs. Maggle Baptiste of 517 Du-
evenings out?" "No." "That's good." Pont Alley who has been very sick
"She takes t'cm. / NFor two or three weeks, is slightly


re 1!

the'

T h'A bive a lu. ri

Lltr oit. dau tb of
Mrs. r Pet1Ia t.,L
well.. -. I f
Mr. Y wAt t
an is4b a.a n this tercab t4, a
bedsadr fatier t who died
.lun uT nsd' hono lMonday '
Han frankk the fridridsiof
TeW nes so kind to f
atrda 'aJo tlsnes, and e
weIy' 4 t o lf i bonr put awrye ,
hiMr, tter La iary returnih ud WM'
on th "Olivette MoJde f rts Tao-
pa, after spenlng a ovekaHlp w

Ther.itl be give a tire real-
denceA Mrs.. Mary Latlnttein Day,
and 4 ,10' Lane, this afteripobn, a'
party -the obildren, At' night'
there lbe an entertain n t for
the 1din This affair willlie un-
der. thp plce of the Paris Cilb,
Mr.,d tl] V. Kemp, Captahi. All
TIeiqbb ,,ihd friends are cordially
Ifivited 4 Ldttend.
The .Mles onee, spoken of In
Saturday a'. Joutual as prominent
young t aEe of Fort Myers, arrived
hef4 MohaLay night on the N100tro.d.
While toeI thy are the ga&sts of
Mrs. iytoees Jefferson on Thomas
street. as' were entertalined .at
dinner "at L arsonage of Newman
M. E, .c 0r Tley left over the
East .Conat w Miami, where they
will "spend.. Weval weeks. From
there the 'will go to Ashe'ville, N.
C. They are prqot'Inent graduates
of the Emerson Horhe and liuduitrial
School 1pr gftrl,,Oeala, Florida, and4
from thr Boylan Honlp in Jackson-
ville. e s Eliza .Jonbes has been
here tw br more times, but Maiss
CharlottS has not been here before,
The dinners glvet4,by the clubs on
last Monday were generally siceess-
ful. "rl4ey.were not as well attend-
ed a.pt e, have been.


time eight .

All me-nbers of the cl',rch are
asked' to be present on time oni
Thursday 0o viyer meeting,
*Mr. BAveetinf,, is still on
the salck t,. He is improving very
plowlyI .YSbe members are asked to
call aii& e him.
Chrlsto llemnaig All Nations, .
There wae always light enoughi to
be saved by, and, every man has had
his light, Christ lighteth every man
that cometh into the world (read
.John, chnater :, verse 9). Every
marn wherever he is born, has so~ -
thini ood in his life that wotIl1
not have bh the-'e i UChrist Uhad aot
ll b his light. ?There sl a light
,iYl0very soul that never would hpve
shone there if God had wot gilven
Christ t othe world. In some nqen
it has shone so strongly that tiley
have risen up and become great i'e-
ligious teachers of men. Far qff
there in China was Confucius; in
India, Buddha; in Persia, Zoroaster,;
In Greece, Socrates, and thus il
nearly every great nation there have
been men who havetaught the peo-
Ole religion. The light of Jesus was
shining in their souls, though it
shone but dimly. That explains the
life of these great and good men,
who said so many grand and true
things, and taught the people to
worship God, and every man who
was true to the light that shone up-

Christ. Many, many souls have fol-
lowed on after the light they had
and have been guided to the gates of
the heavenly city. An inheritance
incorruptible, undefiled and that
fadeth not away. Amen.
JO&^rPn RODRIGUEZ.


Man's Superiority Early dhown,
Rude sculpture dating back, scien-
tific authorities believe, at least 200,.
000 years, show that primitive man
made representations of other crea-
tures at a stage of human develop-
ment when the conditions of exist-
ence were little in advance of those
prevailing among the higher mare-
male of that period. But no other denl.
zen of the earth manifested the slight.
est desire or ability t, make images
of anything.


Ob-~


,tPA dL.


Financial Explanation.
"Well, sir," cried Mr. Richpop,
"what does this mean? My daughter
sitting on your lap, sir?" "Why, yes,
Mr. Richpop," said Waggley. "You
,'ee. sir, I have just suggesIte?) a con.
solidation of our interests, and I have
undertaken to act a- a holding corn
pany until the merger is completed soa
cording to established formnt" ltar-
per's Weekly

Judging by the Sound.
Asked to explain the meaning of
vs.-a-vis, a boy at Elm House schQpl,
Surbiton, wrote: "Viasa-via means the
stuff that comes out of a champain
bottle before the champain itself."-
tndon Mail.

Better Then Drugs.
For people who are severely troll,
bled with the inability to sleep sound-
ly, some diverston is npeded, 4 party,
on entertainment or theater. Reading
poets and pllosophqrs will hplp, aSd
very often a hot drlp will prove
0I great help in InaGuoia natural sand
restful sleep. But above all, breathe
deeply of good pure air Just before
retiring, and have yOur sleeping room
WU vuntllated.


for 0o have,attmpttIed conceal.
How shial 1 ever adJ@irt zOOIft t~~,t
re entation-is a pird le ., .
'%V]lthR coy upward lan*- at' my
nxit *. e4 t n; ,wo 'is tall,
I meetthe tS laess instcefrd
of ty fond y foolli;. wi't
a QlgettiW d ince i'strike a
wide reflection an I'awktrd.: I
will have to get a s ort mans so :'can
lqok straight ahead ybut I, dount like
short ime
A slt scrutiny 'of my neighbor's
gown wCnqlongor possible. I must.
turn And' oldly stare or remain ab-
solutbly ignrhant whether' 4he4embrc4-
'd49y la haid qrrnachino made. NeveT,
never more will I see wlth amy shoul-
ders. My head. will bpb up'and down,
to 1t4e right and to the left, but
good* to the sly-sneaky ghtice w itH
whicbofte takes in a -bongal and yet
remains e.pled and tinonscpous,.
. 'the' .eek uhdet ,blladonna, 'when
all wdi"dim and 6 turred, brought with
it a reallzatifb of whqt- adtuMl blind-
ness must be and a resolutionik. read
to those unfortunate 'credtureis so af.
flittedbhen my own sight wan re-
stored,
How my letters piled up during thPat
we6kj h other kindly offered to read
them to me, but I didn't think it nice
to hayv other people's letters read.
Just 'fancy Mother reading aloud,
"Sweetheart,* what,,magic spell have
you cash tout me? I live in a dteam
and I treal aon air," or "Miadam, kindly
send us your check for $95 for tjie
gown purchased two months ago," and
you had onTy owned up to fifty! No,
it certainly Is not the proper thing to
have letters read to you.
The one consolation for that bella-
donna weelt was that 1 had all the
mending and darning done without
a murmur. The family thought it
.strange that I c6uld find all those
rents and holes in my garments with
such poor sight, but I said mny sense
of touch was becoming accentu."ted.
For a few days I thought I 'was get-
ting good looking. My complexion
took on a soft, wilvety appearance and
I was beginning beam like a beauty
a*Il have an a ravatinglv self-satis-
fled air; but wieia I put on my glasses,
which magnify about five times, I
rushed to mother, and asked her itf she
was sure I hadn't the smallpox, ev-
erything looked so big and people
seemed so coarse with large hands
and feet. I wouldn't take some lovely
shoes I had .ordered because they
made my foot look so large; but while
I was looking down at them my
glasses fell off and the foot returned
to its normal size, so I consented to
accept them. Now in purchasing
pearls, diamonds and such I always re-
move my glasses.-Exchanoge.

Aesoue Prom Electric Shock.
In dealing -with persons suffering
from electrical shock, if the victim re-
mains in contact with the circuit his
body must not be touched by the res-
cuer, but the latter may pull him out
of contact by hauling on thclothe cloth
ing, or lie may take off hia own coat,
insert his hand in the sleeve and then
handle the victim wit' little or no
risk. ,
'Almost any article of clothing or
material may be used, provided it is
dry and of moderate thickness. Dr.
Morton points out that death from
electrical shock is only an apparent
death at first, and that there is prac-
tically always a time during which it
is possible to resuscitate the victim
by artificial respiration.-The Lancet.

Indians to Build Model Village.
When the Indians of the Queen
Charlotte Islands have already a na-
tional reputation tor enterprise the
Skidegates, whose village lies at the
south eand of Graham Island, have in
view the most ambitious undertaking
of the tribe yet. In the coming year
they will install an electrical system
furnishing power to their industrial
enterprises.
They will put In a modern seower
system, water works and also ire-
fighting apparatus.
The Skidegates are chiefly famous
ftor their band, which has the reputa-
tion of being the best Indian band in
either Canada or the United States.-
Vancouver Sun.

Power of Smell.
If, when you went to school as a
child, you carried a tin lunch box
which often contained, let us ray,
some ,ginger'tread and sandwiches and
perhaps an apple, it is worth while to
take a sniff at such a box again, now
It is surprising how this simple ex-
periment .may recall the patter of
long-forgotten feet nnd the memory
of childish voices that startle over the
long lapse of years.
These flashes qf memory aided by
smell are wondertul. Through smell
we achieve a Ben'e of the past; the
scret members of the mind are


aroused to life and memory. What
a pity that We waste this talent!


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Called Music Nerve Polson.
Frederick Nietzsche agreed with
those who found no inspiration in
music. Indeed, he regarded musilu as
a nerve poison, and declared that some
music-particularly that of Wagner
and Tschalkowsy deranged the
nond8 of many who hcnrd It. Tach-


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nation for 8r. at ani u' dl ty)
payments. DO]n't biy a lot 10%.
50 feet wide, and rcionmbir'4 Ou 'an. .
get thenm ront me, s loi h '' .
from nuyobne'elso for- 65 a,,'ot n
easy terms. ,


Ilfayo, tupe largest Hi~t o~f groves abmi'
gloys propmrly azid town 1~d
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4' Hotel Conducted o ., <
.European Plan.,
'Rooms Single and En Sute\
Remodeled and. MIodernized.
Newly Furnished Throughout.
SAll modern conveniences, abso-
tlutcly fireproof, a few mrinutcs'i
,ride to 'l'heatres and Shopping
District by elevated road, iur-
Sface lines and Fifth Ave. stage.
i-Subway express, and, local sq,
' )n at door.
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T'rUoI't TONS OIADV'ICH
bio givln l s(i oitsl otimuoe of it Is suif-
liciient to rci(iui:m1ber-coito to us for
your building inaterlsaa. Your itima-
toriials bIing of issiired qurnilly ill
Slk is cney. \Vo keep and giye om.
but oneP gradc--'l'THI r1 BEST, TBy no
doing %we really doIn half your Work of
iio st.-bitihlld itg.
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Open to question. '
The head of, a certain hotusqold ls
one of those 4Jhristians whose preach-
mg always e ', advance of hIsr-no-
tice. One day he" asked a'Wpilfil
grace before beinn sg a mryL th e
found fault with everything az th4
table. The meal concluded, be r,


.nuvwULJy AuLCu mini izse after comp- turned thamiks witlh charac rlstij .'
Ing his famous "Sixth Symphony." auction. The youngestt dlaugler oa t '
which, as several other have died by the family pulled at her nuher'e ..
their own hands after playing it, has sleeve. "Which does ie llli$, "
como to be known as the "suicide mamtma what he tells un or wat be
1y:niphon'." tells GAi" ,':.'-

When the Sun Will Die. Mn ,
It may bea id unqvalnfidly that Maintained Belief in 1noratove.
lthe a", W'l 'Sn Mu r 'h. c Ow',t;to to Ptt, at-t n t f h
nected with the present order, w l past was duo largely to a belief that
finally cegno "e wh"t it Is today. too much learning was not good for -
The time will tho surely core when the masses. The worthy Hlanah .
the sun will havo'e based to throw off Myre even, who wea one of the most
lghC and heat. Long before that hap. earnest supporters of the movement
thns, however, tho earth and other for the establishment of- schools for 't
planetss will have become "dead the poor In England, had very definite ,
worlds," hike tho moon-no life of any ideas as to how far the children
eort upon thetr t hasa been calcu. should be educated. Tbh curriculum, '
lated that the Bu\ will cearo to throw she declared, should comprise only
out Its heat somewhere about sevosa reading the BIblv and the catechtin ,
million of year from now. and 'santh coarse works as may a t th
children for servants," adding 'eoal.':o
....... .. siveI, or allow 0of, to writing tor the .p
Selection of Food Important ,ooret 'al frt a.
The surest way to keep and re- -' '
store health I. to supply thd normal ,':,. ,
conditions of life,' which implies .a .... 4'
natural diet containtlig all the ele- About asaFarS He Could Go.
ments of nutrition in trute proportion, On the first of the month there w .
and based on the proper selection of - a shift in' studies in so sl (
food for each menl. For It will opt ile .Dublio sohe ,ant a a ayo ,
do to mix all kinds of otherwise prI0o a4 'was 0, a6btbl hie father,
er food in one meal, but we ait .p fliheol wt ~nd ent h
made' a meal of such foods aas Wi which was atnolee.rbltrarlly
compatible. Otherwiso we will tu "i be .tn of tia CihrIstIla u. '
our stomachs Ifb au acid and gas fqo- aI"d id you vet lt IIt" ak. i .
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i I3 F'ront Strect by
SI,' WI;Vl" ,OL'ItNAL PUH-
COMPANY, INC.


I ; ito ally part of the cit v
its a wVeek. S-int Itpostpaid
S,, t; of thi I'ost:;l i'lliitl for
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i: ,, ,i ;t ii not leel the lheal t ; i
US,,' IS i ii h al l1he l ier>' L'
\ .. .. id of' Key West applit's Il
;I :,.t ,'i aruet to the wh fle of Floi
SI ;, ' course, there is onl' ato1
'.'., < ,. F lorida has not JecUOit '
i' the eyes of tho world as ,
., ,.,. *, .sor't. Those who m? i .
.,e eate and recreat on au,,
m, i*-'.! t'hi liut are incident to a sun;
i. ,,i-on have not as yet turned
,:, t idnimber toward Flor.da an ,
it, 'i, eyu pr resorts. The people c,
V (r,,la 1. largo numbers seek tlh<
5 ,I,,,- of the m uch advertised p
"iin i. ni Snorts of other states an.
wi, h.I: ,,itntrlea -much to their

tl,,iti i':, they may have had a
uianlh :ilil more of the real comfort
:ii i,'iri: at many of the famoti.
;: n:;,io sortss in their own state,


Te'.', r a .i, rapidly, becoming a country of
u!,rt en. Saems to us that it has
touiin ,uch. especially so when we re-
i!;;ll I',, "touching" attentpts made
a c,.urlh ,f days before pay day.


ytears before the Christian era, Egyp-
S' tian '\i(tsa were marri'lng working
girls, Pirhaps they found it the best
" wity i settle strikes for the mini-
turmini ''t:Ms.


Th'iii .tiere Is that morbid form of
siolf-contuit that leads a man to con-
elder himself a hoodoo because thb-
'lhomno t-in always loses when he at-
tends a ball game.

"Work and How to Do It" is the
.a.ubjoel of a Scotchman's lecture;, but
1' mnoot of us would rather hear of
'"Work and How to Get It Done."

I A new auto stage line in New York
a to havu girl conductors. Naturally,
\,veryonn will wish the Innovation to
thavu a fare trial.

., Too bad, but we won't be here
an thq prophecy that by 2013 all
Inca will be wearing trousers is
I lllnd.

Suggestion to thalffeurs: Why not
jtoea the pedestrian as a mere tres-
piaaer Iwhin he attempts to use the
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MYW? CST MO RMnmi JOUR Z qAL EVE5AV. 31-LY 16. 1019.


eI6CRfDI TING GULP STREAM.
a,9 diUr'h Siltrh oitce said that he had
Slttri Jefftr,. sI.Ali disrespeottully of
die equator, for wbhio nobody who
over "crossed the line" in those days
could blame the famous reviewer. But
here Is Dr. Nansen, Arctic hero and
protfc.;sor of oceanography, in sober
enritst discreditilg the Gulf Stream.
''Thu Gulf Stream, he tells us, really
isn't the Gulf Straam at all. That is
to say, the vast sea of warm water
which sMos northwestern Europe
from freezing up is not at til the petty
tulp;enny-htpenny driblet ch trick-
les through the Straits oi Florida.
.lust what it is or where it comesfrom
he is not yet quite sure, but hoe thinks
it probable that at a depth of 800
fatbuomis or thereabouts there Is a
winrni current flowing neothward, the
whitol Atlantic broad, which, when it
Kiets to the latitude where It is need-
cd, t, bs up soreuely from below to
imake the British isles and Scandina-
via habitable. Maybe it sla so. il
that case It is hardly worth while for
lhipresentative (alder to bother any
more with his scheme for controlling
the course- of the Gulf Stream, and for
the rellof of Europe it may be ob-
served that any Yankee trick tot pnt
that continent Into a holu by dam-
ruing tho Florida Straits would bo en-
tirely futil', whoreforo, whatever hap-
pons, we shall not advocate that would.
be spiteful enterprise.

China lihas a large area of barren
land, despite her dense population.
The reason bring that for many cen-
turies it him boon necessary to give
the closest possible attention to every
square foot of land suited to agricul-
turo in order that the people should
be fed. The Chlnese have shown
themselves to be good agriculturists.
but in developing agriculture they
have sacriflced the forests on land
which could be cultivated and at the
!;aro time have neglected to plant for-
ests on the now barren mountains.
This has been because the govern-
mont has taken no interest In the sub-
jet, arid fori story on aiyt.lih tti national scale in too big a proposition
for individual enterprise, even if In
China there had been a spirit of en-
terprise. One of the signs of the new
order of things under the republic Is
thb recent application by the governor
of the province of Shantung to Major
Ahorn, the director of forestry in the
Philippines, for permission to send as
many Chinese students as possible to
the Los lianoa forestry school,.

"The largest log ever landed 'in
northern California" came into Chi.co
"'w other day. It was clear sujar
pitie and It was more than six oet
through at the top and eight feet at
the butt. With two other logs front
the Hamn tree it totaled 10,812 feet of
lumber. It sold for something over
$300. One does not have to be a fa-
natical conservationist to deem this
sumi absolutely inadequate to repay
the world for the loss It suffered in
the cutting of so splendid a pine..
Money (can never be an equivalent for
beauty and romance, anyway.
'T'. .' , i c' -;,i-rll the genIU-
ine Panama hats and the imitation
kind being that one costs $50 and the
other $2.50, it Is suggested that the
true effect can be had only by keep.
ing the price tag on the gentlne arti-
oles. This will doubtless be done as
soon as any one solves the problem
of guaranteeing the genuineness of the
tag.

The question of when a pup cases
to be a pup and becomes a dog Is
agitating a city in Missouri, says the
Baltimore Anerican. In the midst ot
the general frivolity of the day it Is
well to have some real, vital Issue
come up now and then.

Our daily pleasure-to dodge one
of those wild-eyed kids wearing a
green hat with a rudder bow, who hal
not conception of ordinance rulings
while sitting behind the steering
wheel of an automobile.

A -South Bethlehem motorist nar-
rowly escaped being hit by a meteor.
Doti he wish to convey the Impres-
sion that he was going so fast the
meteor couldn't catch up?

Think of all the hard work you are
saving yourself, iftou swat 60e fly
notw and thus prevent the birth of


3,890,674 (and then some) of the pesky
things next August.

A specialist now is us that the
spectators derive a pertain physical
benefit from watching a baseball
game. Good for the throat muscles,
anyway.


Justices of the peace are not Vis-
ibly perturbed by the proposal that
all ministers agree not to marry,
persons without health certMfoates.

When brains are accurately ihoto-
graphed some will have to be exam-
ied with th.s,4 A.loropooplq I



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WVhiltne or, ,1. (!i. rdntr iiiiiia n ilnite'
his candidlaICy for tihe ollice of C'hief
of police of til City ofi' Key \\'<;it,
I wish to iiiiioilince that I will be
at candidate for re-election to the ot-
lico of Clief of 'Polie, I have dcoieo
imy duty to teli best ofl mvy ability,
land it' freV-V-l etid I will do Iny idulty
without Ifiulr or favor, Your support
w(ll be atppreciit(td.
JOHN ('ATI'S, JI1.
Mr. Leon Sathiil wit lshl's to an-
IIOtlI'n to Iis italiy f'ritndi itn the
city that. 11i will lie a ctidtidiate for
thle office of ('lhlfif iolic', iand will
aippreciull any support that may be
given him.
'M liCAPI'.AIN.N 1 \|I (ilT POLICE.
_H llAKi 1.
At tire reqiesti of tntII Iitl;oIs eiti-
Z is I 1i il stanl al. tIhe torticontiiln)',,
clucticnl for (';iit:tin o of I)oli,, andl
yollt ut yiir il|)port. I
CLEVELAND) ELWOOD.
Thle niany frhinds and adlintreit of
1tcij. T.'ynI ci V 'iHI1 to announce hint
is a candidaito for (' tain of Poileu,.
Hie has served thiroe terms ae coun-
'ilman with tirordit to hliiself and
the city, and tiiso as wtiltd of the
t will do his duty, rgargtl ias of friend
or foe. A vote for himtN will bo ap-
preciated. Julh3-tf.
At the request of nuinerous
'frlondsi who appreclitei the services
I have r'eidcOrid the city during my
UtrnI of oilicO, I iave decided to
st iltId for rcolcl tion, [ sliall not
t oldl t ally pro liis as t lukeeping
.joys off streets, eca., as it is in ilinee
Ind every otthi!r officer's power to do
io today. My pistt record stands
n.'r Itself, andi 1 iam prepared to
tland or fall by It.
a REINOSO.
Captain fC Night Police.
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Notice to the Voters' of Key West.
I will be a candidate at the next
Ity election for the ollice of Captain
if the Night Police and If elected will
to my duty to the best of my ability.
ts. JAMES N. W. BISSILL.
To the people of Key West:
I ani a candidate for Captain of
Night Police. If I am elected It will
be my effort to see that the orditi
-.inces are not violated. There itre
too many of our boys ofut on the
streets late at night, hanging around il
coffee shops and barrooms, gettin-;
n with bad company and coimnit-
eing mnldremeannors and crimuer.
1 ;Mi 1 ;iint V t'1', ji "IW':J ( LL' L.j c-i
'ort to see that these boys keep off
'he streets alter a reasonable hour,
While you atire home reading your
aperss or enjoying the society of
',ilfe and friends, you don't Irnow
what your boy is doing if he is out
)f thel house and away from your
influence at late ours of the nights.
Give me a trial. If I make good,
leep me there. If I do not make
-'ood, turn mre down next time,
Lf THOMAS E. LOWE.


Pro ress.,
Every particle of progress that has
ever been made lihas been the product
of people who have love for their
work, and who. by loving their work,
have climbed above the mass, and, by
climbing themselves have developed
oowcr to tLuand.--Ja;nes Logar.

Quite a Stunt.
Before marriage a woman has to
pretend bhe doesat take a ma ,erl-
)usly when she does, and after mar-
-age sbo has to pretend she does
-when she doesn't.-The Tattler.


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With every $5.00 purchase I am going
$2.50 6" "
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Spread Drend Ploque.
TI- the days of King Charles IIt"-'
traveled slowly In England and be&
fore the people of Cornwall knew
about the terrible plague in London
there came to Bodinin itinerant trad-
ers' wtl h pack mules laden with silk
and satin gowns, rich robes, plumed
hats and expensive laces, which were
offered for sale at ridiculous prices.
The countryside rushed to purchase,
and the merchants, having disposed of
all their stock, departed. Then within
a day or two the purchasers were at-
tacked by a strange sickness, and died
by scores. The gaudy clothrsa had
)een stripped from the bodies of
those who had died of plague in Lon-
ion.

Judge's Two Rules,
Judge IHans Hamilton, at the Bla-k.
pool (Eng.) county court, replying t.
an expression of regret at his forth
coming retirement, said 'that,. n order
to expedite business and rave tini,'
he always bad i front of him, written
in large letters upon a piece of blot-
ting paper, the wordal "Do not talk
Do not make jokes.'

Some Spectacle.
"Strange as it may seem to you,"
said Mrs. Lapsling, with pardonable
pride, "I was a good speller when I
was a little girt and went to school.
Once I spelled the whole school down,
and tor one. time in my life, anyway,
I was the dlinna4i of? p1l oyes."
Never Gets There.
No one looks for achievement to a
man who always has an excuse for
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MOST OF US CAN REMEMBER TIHE 1iSCH10. 1,SSON IN TIll, LAW
OF ACCUMULATED MOTION--MOMIE NTUM.

IF YOU EXERT A POUND OF PI',SSUIIE A.\(LINST A MAN IN A
SWING, YOU'LL START HI31 MO11 N( "TO A\i) FII)O." IF YOU CON.
TINUE TO EXERT A.POUND OF 'PRESSUIIE AGAINST HIIM 1EVEIRY
TIME THE SWING MAKES A TRIP, YOU'LL SOON HAVE HIM31 GOING
SO)O hIll TIHA'T HE ALMOST TtHINS TIlE W'Ht)OLE CHIICLE'. IV YOU
STOP PUSiING, APIIE MOMENTUM 3ILL DI)E OT AND THE SWING
COME EST T "DEAD CE NTIRE."

WINNING TRADE FOLLOWS THlE SAMIE NATURAL LAWS,
ADlVElITISEMIENTS ARE THE FORCE' IIEHIlI) THE SWING OF PUB.
LIC FAVOR. EACH NEW ADVE1TI EMENT INCREASES TIlE MO.
MENTUM. FINALLY, TIHE ACCUMULATED FORCE OF THESE NTU.
MEKtOUS IMPULSES SWINGS INDiI'FIIIENCE TO THE BUYING
POINT.

IF YOU STOP ADflVETISINlG, YOU LOSE MOMENTUM.
THE MORAL 01' .ICH IS:

DON'T STOP THEVUSI.NESS SWING IN StACK TIMES. KIEEP ADD.
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WHY YOU SHOULD HAVE AN ACCOUNT WITH THE FIRST
NATIONAL BANK. WE MENTION A FEW OF THEMt SECUHpe
ITY FOR YOUR FUNDS, LIBIIEAL INTEREST ON YOUR DE-
POSITS, AND THE INCENTIVE TO SAVE MORE MONEY.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS INVITED.

4 PER CENT. INTEREST PAID ON SAVINGS ACCOUNTS.


The irst National ank


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POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS* < *

FOIR MAYOR. .
AiMr. Ciarles Morgan is a cantil- .
date for tho ollice of MayoA. in illt! *th +
coming election and his tried ide arte! + A
already very active In his belhlIt, be- .
loving tluit he will prove tl a win- 1 4
ning candidate. 1.+ MI .In . . ,
iMr. Morgan is swell kncwni to all +'
classes of itizens, having live'l it 4 +
lKy Vesn almost coatltuounsly\sitec0 +
t BSpanslh-Amerlcatn War, Ililnlt 4. BEG IN YF ST ER D A Y J
lie was an active participant. Jul.15 i 3 ,
FOR COLNCILIAN ,,th WAlRD,> + .B AI
Arthur Gone z, '+ .
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I r WEATHER RHPOBT.
SJuly 15, m.
barometer ......... 30.13 30.14
Temperature ......... 81 82
S Wind direction ........ E, E.
Wind velocity ........ 14 7
ry-, Preslpitation .......... 0 0
State of weather .,P'tly Cl'dy, Clear
get, Highest temperature ........... 88
e | Lowest temperature ............ .78
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I July 10, 1018.
ntle- Sunrisea ............ 4:47 a. m.
Sun sets ...... ..... . 6:19 p. m.
|h to High tide ...... .,63, 8:2s p. m.
Low tide ............... .2:20 p. m.
The customs reports appearing In
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for the month of June instead of for
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MARINE NOTES

The l'attatia was launched yester-
day and Is now at the Florida Eastt
Coast dock.

The Ollvette sailed last night for
Tamipa with sixteen second. class
passengers and two first class.


The schoonr Mystery came
port yesterday morning from
Largo witi a cargo of fruit
sponge,


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FINP I FURNITURE.

S. P. lhrocldngton, the well-known
furniture iiian, is making extensive
cliang.eg in tho Interior of the Ma-
loney building, situant at 925. to
;27 Vhltou street. These threat ftle
siores liavu large plato gless fronts
and will taloe tho finest furniture
it, r( in tho city. The furniture ami
v a furnishings areo arrlvink daily,
ar-loadI lots and thle new stotr'
wil be opened for business between
the eighth and fifteenth of July,
whier you can got anything in the
fltur(i and lihouse furnishing line.
i.. Vroclkington's experience in the
bunltess will ohtblo him to help you
t sl ect j ii3t the right piece of fir-
tnture to place in each part of your
home to. thle best advantage andl ap-
(qirtut1i,(',. 'J'ho Atlaiitic Furnlit irol
Co., lihts been very careful Iln select-
in the large stock that will be nIr-
rlviiig continually and have biulitt
an clos0 aq possible and will give
their customers tihe advantage o(
their OxArlelcr.. Pairtin.i oft his
now and 'lup-to-dato etoro will be
suro to s(o sonio real bargains. F.r)
the belucllt of those that have not
sutflejolnt imoniey to pay cash, very
Iltral toir;," ani be arranged so
thtj you can lfit np.your home from
pa r to kitchen in first class style
an make payment by the week, thus
hal g thle comforts of a woll fur-
nilhe l home to put thatfbride-to-bo3
into, oven though you have not
gived up enough to pay cash. You
b'tve the benefit of the liberal terms
of the Atlantic Furnituro Co., 92,5 jo
J27 Whito St., Phone 423.,
S. P. BROCKINGTON,
Jul 3-1m Manager.
Keehna, the tailor, has moved his
place of business from Durval street
to Front street,opposite the Journal's
Oflico, whore ne wijI be glad to have
his old customers call on him and he
will continue to do the best of work
in the tailoring, lne,. "Nice fitting
sitlts at a reasonable price" is the
motto of this shop. Jne. 25- tf.
IBlEAI), FRESH BREAD.
We have reopened the old Page
Bakery, on Varala St., and make a
specialty of home-made sweet pota-
to breadl. We use the world famed
Tidal Wave flour, made by the Texas
Star Milling Co., of Galveston, andi
the best swoqt potatoes on the mar-
ket. We blake twice a day ;nd make
a morning and mid-day delivery to
all parts of the city at any time that
you want an extra loaf. Call us upt
und t wo will se l. it.
P'AGU & WILSON,
June 21, 1m. Phone b122.
Plituiir frames made to order..
Come in and select your moulding,
First clhas iiots a s poclahty. All
work gUiaranteed at Eateves Photo
Gallery. 606 Duval. J7-lm.
SUMMiiiR SPECIALS.

The following Specials are reliable
and seasonable goods. They are real-
ly a. choice selection of the proven
ready sellers of our various lines.
I'rices are strfttly cash. We ask that
you place your orders as iarly as
possible so as to insure delivery.
4 Passenger Dixie Lawn Swing,
$6.00. 4 Passengpr Jumbo Lawn
Swing, $7.50. 2 Passetiger Porch
Swing, $3,73. 6x8 Bamboo Porch
Screens, $2.00. 10x8 Bamboo Porch
Screens, $2.50. 10x8 Bamboo Porch
Screens, $3.00. No. 10 Standard
Porch Rocker, finish natural, $1.40.'
No. 20 Standard Porch Rocker,
natural linish, $1.75. No. 22 Stan-
!dard Porch Rocker, natural finish,
$2.25. No. 23 Standard Porch
Rocker, natural finish, $3.00. 3
piece Standard Porch Sets-Sotee,
Chair, Rocker,-$8.50. 3 piece Bent
\Vood Porch Set-Settee, Chair,
Rtocker,-$9.00 to $11.00. Ham-
mock Chairs,* Fancy Striped Canvas,
$2.00. -IHammocks, $2.00 to $3,0..
Large Comfortable Wicker Rockers,
$3.25. No. 10 Spiral Bed Spring,
contains 120 Steel Coil Spirals, $2.-
50. No. 10 1-2 Folding Spring, $2.-
40. Linoleum, 45ec per yard.
When we advertise aiarbalns, we
sell Bargains.
KEY WEST FURNITURE CO.
1 wk-Jul. 8. O. 6. Long, Prop.
7001) Duval St. Phone No, 3191.
..^cling done on all materials,
from the coarsest to the very finest,
such as crash table runners, pillow
tops, dresser scarfs, window curtains
and dresses. As effective as em-
broidery and can be laundered equal-
ly well. Everyofte knows the rich-
'ne8s oethils work. Window cur-
tains aip especially' beautiful when
done In one or more colors, and lend
refinement to any room. For prices
and particulars, address, T. E. C.,
Box 464, City. tf
FOR RENT QR SALE-The Wagner
Warehouse property. Apply to W.
Hunt Harris.


The British schooner Alvion cam6
Into port yesterday afternoon with
oar r..of fruit from Bonacco cpn-
14gueto Mr," D. Cleare.

The steamer Juliln Alonso came
Into port yesterday morning with a
charge of fruit for local merchants,

The Coenal is due In port today
from New York with thirty-five pas-
sqngers, eight of whom are for Key
West.

The steamer Dorothy that came
In with a cargo of cement finished
unloading and sailed yesterday for
Eoca Grande.

The Magnolia, lighthouse tender,
left yesterday morning for 'ortugas
with supplies, She is expected to
return today,

The tug John Sealy sailed yester-
day for Miami with the oil barge
Pettibone in tow. The tug was to
have loft Monday, but on account of
reports of high winds up the coast
did not sail until yesterday.,

The steamer Denver of the'i al-
lory line from New York to Galves-
ton will call in port today to land a
party pf men for the Florida lpst
Coast extenslion.

Don't forget to attend the meet-
Ing of the Board of trade Friday J
evening next at the City Hall.
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Not' to know our store is a mis-
fortune. KEY WIST FURNITUREC
COMPANY.
Needless to say the Fratcisco F
Fleltas who was bound over to the
criminal court by Judge Gunn In tite
sum of five hundred dollars bhs no
connection whatever with telb Mr.
Fleitas of the San Carlos.
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Scientists say old age is caused
by the hardening of the arteries.
It isn't. It's hardening of the heart.
And if there fa anything thiLt will
soften up a hard heart, tale the
ki nk out of a. tangle.9 'Nyit a5 ;
%Iroffit the worry W&nkles, 'b view-
ing A uartette of good photoplays
desW l '.pty bftlny mua tpressly
foRwat purpolb. !.c "
Tonight the Monroe will exhibit
a brace of refined and extremely
laughable comedies, one showing
"Billy McGrath's First Visit to
Broadway" and another featuring
Ithe clever'comedian, Chas. Bepnett,
in "A Matter .f Matrimony." Tired
of practising *domestic econounl, by
belfig his own Wife, he propoibs to
several of the female species, gets
accepted by one he didn't want.
That was his unlucky day, and then
the complications. Ridiculous yet
corking good comedy.
Friday special feature extraordin-
ary, "Buried Alive," in 3 parts.

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Despite the fact that patrons aro
accustomed to go to San Carlos for
vaudeville, the picture program at-
tracted and pleased a good-sized
audience last night, the Lubin fea-
ture, "The Lost Son," being a pic-
ture of exceptional merits.
Tonight San Carlos will offer its
patrons an excellent bill of photo-
plays that are of the best nmakse; the
pictures used in this house are all
licensed productions, nothing in
moving pictures equal them in qual-
ity or artistic merit.
Announcements of the coming at-
tractions will be published in this
paper some time later during the
week.
Today is the clerks' half holiday
and all merchants are requested to
close promptly at twelve.

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Last night the Alrdome pteseated
among other good pictures, "Bob-
by's Baby," a touching story of the
loyalty of a little boy. Tonight the
Airdome is showing a good tworeel
feature entitled "The Leaderl of His
Flock." For the rest of the week
the Airdome has a feature for every s
daThursday, "War," a great "(on" '
production In three parts.
Friday, "As In a Looking }Iaas,"
a great drama in three'parts.,
Saturday, "The Fightil] Chap-
lain," another big "Bisong' feature
in two parts. '
TO OR PATRONS AND
THE PUBLIC IN GENERAL


KEY WEST ELECTRIC


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Sales Department Phone 16


Owing to the fact that today is
Wednesday, the clerks' half hordayt,
we shall close at 13 o'clock sbart.
Stein & Kirchlck. I lt-JUIl.1.
Every Item a Barniai* 'tsf''V Bar-
gain Is genuine. go Q ar Bvg.al
List, KEY WMST U14TURU V0,

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Thair are sum stars In Key West whair popil llk tut go-andl
tu ata whitu tha get thalr.

Thalir r uther st6ara, llkowlse In Key West: wlilr pepull halt ti
tho very wirpt sort-an witch tha luv til lov not later' then am
posaleo.

The diltfirnco Is mostly in the fans. Poepul lik to be kule & ki'
lltable an yu kaint blame them for tikin roundanco on the Hott an sat
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LITTtE BABY I' liNG in Pi ~, p e, 'Wh, Red '
and Bladk,'first stepS $1,00. "
LITTLE MISBES KING in White, Tan.and Black
$1.50 t6 $2.50.
LITTLE LADY KIN' in Blacr White and Tan $2 to $3. ',

Come early and mn.ke best
selections.



A. Louis & Son

518-520 Duval Street




1TO THEPUBLI t:'


A stoar without fans nsa gad as sez to its cusstliners: "ThIs .i
plais is plentle gud enuft for yore sort-ukmra .thle ti gett Into 'i.'
hotter yi nals d u -anid it yo den't 11k my stile yu ken go thair"'
now."

Now ant thet a nise attytood? '

The thing tu du is tu gett fans bi awl menes, (onorble of koars",
if yu hav already got fans get az menny as yu kan.- In either wu
OBTT IN THE GA1M and lets hav sum broazle times this hott .
stmher.

ours fur a hlae Cholerado rtte hear in Key West,
"UNCLE EZRY.


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SAUCE FOR GANDER


Indulgent Husband Who Could
S Not Resist a Praotloal Joke
Taught a Lesson.

By MRS. D. E. COOPER.
Bobson was a good citizen, an in.
'dilgent husband, a boon companion;
but he positively' could not resist a
practical joke.
His wife was indignant when lie, on
their wedding day, notified her by
'phone that he had broken a leg and
could not come to be married; and
when, as she was about to tearfully
dismiss the guests, he appeared, Joun-
ty, unconcerned an4 whole, he never
knew-she was a wopian of spirit-
how near she came to dismissing him.
Then there was the time that he
,pretended that his hister Dora and
her husband had been killed in a
railroad accident and that he idnd his
wife would have to rear the six chil-
dren.
"Brutally coarse," she called it.
Mrs. Bobson never laughed at her
husband's' Jokes not considering
them tunny-and on one particularly
gloomy day in early spring, after a
; hock that aggravated her almost past
,endurance, she decided that he had
preached the limit.
"To Whom It May Concern: Par-
fties are hereby notified that I am not
responsible for debts contracted by
ny wife.
"OBT. 1301, BOBSON,"
With eyes flashing danger she dash.
ed the little local paper on the dining
table where Robert had, with unusual
good humor, left it.
"So this is his idea of a joke!" she
exclaimed with compressed lips that
Sdeepened her dimples. "This! Well,
it i ,his last.
0Ii teach him a lesson he won't
soon forget," sbh confided to the hall
mirror as she viciously thrust a hat
pin through hat and auburn tresses,
Shortly after noou Dobson appeared
Iht his sister Dora's homo. Dora was
serving dinner for the hungry chil-
Odren.
"Teasle always hangs the foliage
plant in the window as a signal for
m e to come home to dinner," he ex-


"80o This sla His Idea of a JoKel"
plained, "and I tell you what, Dode,
I'm afraid to go home, for she has not
signaled me today. Guess she's a bit
upset," he laughed a little lamely,
"about the ad-just did it to get a lit-
tle joke on her, you know."
"I don't know what you mean," re-
plied busy Dora, "but I did hope,
Rob. that you would settle down when
you were married. You are twenty-
five now, and I declare, act with no
more Judgment than my own Rob,
who is loss than half your age."
"There she is nowl" called Bobson,
pulling Dora to the window, "Mad
aK a March hare. Gee! but she looks
tine In that new suit"
"The boa is a beauty," replied Dora.
"It shows off well when she walks."
I "Ys, she is making the fur fly, so
to speak," chuckled Bobson. "I say,
Dod4I Just give me some dinner with
the kids. I'll get none at home to.
k daY,1.
; Alog in the afternoon, Will Rath.
Jp4e of Rathbone, Sutton & Streets,
'apie into Bobson's office.
"-b4 boy, Billie," called the effer.
voscent Bobson., "YoU look like Foxe's
*BoOk o Martyrs.' Anything happened

o alAOt te, advertisement," said

S on leaned back and laughed up.
r4 1ouly. "The best ever," he ex-
claimed. "But I guess Tess is m ad
said he, sobering somewhat.
"I -wanted to say," cm jjizum&d 2at .-
bone, unsmilingly, "that you can hard-
ly Onpect to be unaccountable for toe
debts contracted before the notice wasa
published."
Rathbque, noting the look of dqtob
astonilhm.nt on Bgbsosi's face, add4d:
"I hate to *Ieak 01 it, tob, but we fre
in for about $00,. and pabi ill afftol to
los4 it. You AnoW. I a so0*ewblt in
debt-my wite'd father, you under.
stand. The nsw department wa amy
;ideao, yeol khnw. .Soi Button & Streets
blaIse me, for I waa the one to let the
,lap1oont 1un knowing you and Tesle
i-wo: 9w." : .
S : "Bo on rope IWa towering sestlon.
"H"tbbone, it ysu f7 another, word
'll throw yota ut"
'' j RAthbone stralgthened, perceptibly.
'i. I d y thlAk so. o00ou.. Better
S,; oon a moineat, lst. Remember,
I 9 w0e st solhol some
e,[ W,1It Odd') work Just
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had resulted from strangulation, caus-
ed by too rapid eating and inadequate.
mastication.
Gregory, who was 47 years old, went
to Mananitg's;hotel for dinner. When.
half through the mbal be collapsed. He
was carried to a drug store and a tele-
phone message was sent.to St. Mary's
hospital, Jataica, for al ambulance.
Doctor Stark found Gregory ,dead
when he arrived.-New York Tribune.

Too Late. .,
"Thee was ne sport the Roman
mobs at the isseum rtJsed."
"What was Mat?"
'IKilling baseball umihtres."

S The Plain Truth,
"W ootgf lernd as 9in eng tI
VW hiut, fti oo. uv 6 btor.
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7-inch howitzers, is to be discarded
for Weapons of more modern design,
Most important in the new equipment
is a TS7-ino h ,owitzer, which will fire
a projectile d $ pounds.,
The carriage for this howitzer is so
heavy that it will be necessary to re.
move the howfe l from the carriage,
which will be dtwn by eight huorges.
The gun wllle placed on a specgl
vehicle and A~' rted by an
equal n p of hoAes. -h 4.7.indh
field 'theo -inoall field howitzer
area iced as field artillery ma-
t i'ather than siege material, be-
' o_ It it has been found that each gun
n hIts own carriage can be drawn rap.
idly enough to keep up with infantry
on the march.
Two batteries have been equipped'
with the new 4.7-inch long recoil field
'gua one at Fort Sill, Okla., and the
other at West Point, N. Y,


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t, obsa1 h hlr stood on" end. Was




hand. "Don't let us quarrel, Billle,"
he aid a little thickly. "I will x it
some way. I only put it in as a little
joke on TeSs. I thought every one
would know,
Rathbone took his hand and tried
to hide the scorn in his voice: "All
right, Bob; but if that is your notion
ol fun I am sorry for you."
."I'm sorry for the little girl," he
returned simply, as Rathbone left
him.
Alone, he sat, unable to fix his at-
tention on business, ashamed even to
glance through the window.
Along in the afternoon his sister
Dora's husband, a mroan several years
BIlobson's senior, walked thoughtfully
into the inner once, Though on the
boast ot terms, Bobsoni had a profound
respect for Stewart.
, "This is bad, Robert," said Btewart,
rbut it Beeom that for decency's sakio
ou might have taken somoe other

Bobson, the chills playing sportively
down his spine, felt what was coming;.
"But you can't expect inme to waivo my
Rightss' continued Stewart.
Bobson raised his head to speak but
at his visitor's hand, lifted to enjoin
sialloence, he waited,
"It is not right of you," resumed
Stewart. "You always bragged, you
know, even to Dora, that Toesite was
the best dressed woman in town. I
don't deny that he is; but I meant
to get Dora one or two things to make
her work lighter-a new sewing ma-
chine and a gas range, when you paid
me, and it is hardly fair that slhe
should go without these things in or-
der to satisfy Tpisle's love for dross,
It wys $400, you know."
Four hundred dollars! Indeed, ho
did not know. Bobson sprang from
his chair and paced the smaUl office,
while Stewart grimly waited. Ie
would not betray Tesslo even to the
family, but why, why-
"Man alive," he exclaimed, "I'll
make it right. Even if it ruins me,"
he muttered. "But see here, Stewart,"
he continued, "I only put that ad in
for a joke."
"Well, I hope you will enjoy it," re-
turned Stewart unfeelingly.
Bobson '"as' st~anned. "Business can
go to thunder," said he between his
clenched teeth, as flinging on his hat
and coat he went by the back way to
his home. Finding the house locked
hlie entered by te way of the cellar-a
trick that he know.
"Tess, Tessie, girl!" he called loud-
ly, softly, pleadingly, as he searched
eacl' nook of the tiny house. Going
to the telephone he rang up his wife's
mother.
"She's not here," was the curt re-
ply, and he heard the click of the re-
ceiver as it was hung up. Dismayed,
ho stood motionless. Tess' mother
was clearly vexed at him. She, who
had always taken his part-then he
was indeed forlorn.
For hours he walked the floor or
flung himself groaning into a chitl to
wait and to plan how to pay a debt of
$1,000 when he had invested all that
his business would permit in their lit-
tle paradise of a home.
When the midnight train from Chi-
cago pulled Into the little station, Bob-
son, who had hitherto been ashamed
to show himself, was madly pacing the
platform, questioning a party of re.-
turned theater-goers, the only passen-
gers to get off, whether his wife had
been on the train, ,
"Yes, hoe has left me, and I richly
deserve it," he muttered as he re-
turned home and staggerd blindly
into the house. Haggard and worn he
reached his home and switched on
the light.,
"You're out late, Bobble," said a
voice, sleepily, and Dobson started and
almost cried out from sheer nervous
exhaustion.
"Tess, girl!" he cried, dropping on
his knees and clasping the sleepy bun-

seeking her face, which seemed hid-
den by the abundant auburn hair, "can
you ever forgive me? I didn't know
that you owed anything. On my soul,
I didn't. It was one of my cursedly
idiotic jokes. It is my last, you may
be sure,"
"Yes, dear, never mind"-the slim
hand passing lovingly through histhair
-"and, Bobbie, boy, she tried to
raised the bowed head, "I don't owe
a cent!"
g. "'Tess!" The burden of years
semned lifted from his soul, "Oh, but
I shall make Rathbone and Stewart
smart for this!"
s"*Why, Bobbie Bobsou!" she ex-
claimed, naively aggrieved: "that was
a practical joke!" .
(Copyright, by Daily Story Pub. Co.)
Died Prom Eating Too Faat.
James Gregory of Queens died eud-
'deoly i e oilt r da,. Aa atbuldatce
eaureon expressed belief that death


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CUT OUT THE HYf N'


NAW $ATTLIECRY TAKEN UP BY
WRITING WORLD.


The Explanation Is That Enormous
Amount of Energy Is Wasted and 4
That Mark Is Not Really of
Much Use.

There is enough energy wasted in
placing the little hyphen in the words
"to-day." to-night" and "to-morrow"
every week day to haul a passenger
train around the world, according to
statistics that have bh.en compiled by
those intecreted in the strictly mod-
oe'n movement toward higher efflicion-
cy.
It is claimed there are 200,000,000
English-wrliting people and that they
average to hypenate the words "to-
(ly," "to-night" and "to-morrow"
three times a day. That Is, whilo
some may not average to dot
this more than three times a week,
and a few, perhaps .not three times a
month, others write thosn words and
plnac the hyphens in thrum scores and
scores of times each day, especially
newspaper mine, typewriters, authors,
business men, school children and the
like.
The acquiiing of sufficient power
from making these hyphens each day
to propel a passenger train aronmid
the world is iglurtd on thle basis that
It takes half an ounce of energy to
mnke the stroke-oeither with pen or
)pencil, and. more for a typewriter-
that represents the hyphen, and tlhl3
would total 2,190,000 pounds of ener-
gy, or sufficient for the train.
It takes an ounce of energy to
make the hyphen on a typewriting
machine and three ounces of energy
to make it on a typesetting machine,
and the sami statistician has figurd
that typewriting and typesetting miSa-
chines alone take up sufficient energy
each day to propel a battleship from
New York to the Panama Canal.
All these figures were not compiled
for amusement, but as an argument
against using the hyphen in these
words. Many people do not use the
hyphen, but it appears that the ma-
jority do, Those who are working to-
ward greater efficiency in ePverything
claim tha thatthe hyphen in these words
is not at all necessary and should be
discontinued by everyone, saving a
great deal of valuable time and ener-
gy.-Exchange.

Return Ticket Needless.
A congressman with just a bit of
keen Celtic blood in his veins was
buying a ticket for a western town at
Union station' in Washington, A
group of friends were gathered about
saying good-bye, for his fate had been
sealed in the November elections. The
mournful gathering mpved up with
him toward the ticket',.window while
he asked for a ticket \home. "WillI
you have a return trip t cket?" gently
asked the polite official a:' the window.
The congressman glared. Then there
was a 'peal of laughter. )
"What In the name f common
sense do I want to return ror?" he de?
handed. "No," he sighed "the vot-
ers out my way decided it was to be
jupt one way this time."
The breaking up of congress is al-
ways interesting because while fa-
miliar forms and faces are disappear.
ing, new people step into (heir places
and the magic wand of political pres-
tige passes from one official head to
another.-"Affairs at Washington," by
Joe Mitchell Chapple, in National
Magazine.

The Regeneration of Organs.
Many inferior animals have, as is
well known, the power of replacing
various parts of the body when lost,
such as the tail, and even, in some
cases, the head. A wXorm may somo-
tinles be divided into various sections,
and each section will proceed to livo
its separate existence. Experiments
made by naturalists to obtain a bet-
ter understanding in this regenerating
faculty have shown that the lungs of
frogs and salamanders have grown
again after being almost wholly ex-
tirpated. Also the horns of snails
have been extirpated with like results.
Each so-called horn has an eyo which
communicates with the outside world,
and these eyes have been re-grown
with the horn, though practically use-
less for purposes of vision, It Is es-
tablished likewise that, the caiudal
horn or tentacle of t l silkworm, if
taken off, will grow aiint, although It
will be smaller than the primitive
one, and In some cases invisible to the
naked eye. The crab and lobster, as
is well known, can' gtrow new claws.-
Harper's Weekly. '

Old 81eg6 tune DIscarded.
Hie old siege ordnance of the army,
which consisted of 5-inch guns andt


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.WIHT TO PLAQE IN

Yeung Grmln Discovyeed Be.por in
Constitution That Had Hitherto
Ryaded All.

An error, so patent as to be termed
glaring, has existed in the very first
sentence* of the Constitution of the
$United States since its adoption, un-
detected, as far as can be ascertiined,
by lawyers or rhetoricians. Strange
to say, the error was only exposed by
a foreigner applying for citizenship,,
whose ability to understand this foun-
dation atone of our government was
being called into judicial question.
A young German, who, five years
ago, had taken out his "firat papers"--
that is, declared his intention to be-
come an American citizen-was re-
cently talking out his "final papers"
In a court of the District. One ot the
essential steps in this procedure is the
examination of the applicant by the
judge as to his knowledge of the Con-
stitution. The form of the question is,
by l Ciiimoriiial custom, as follows:
"HavO you read the Constitution of
the United States, and, if so, do you
understand it?"
In this instance the young German,
to the astonishment of the examining
judge, replied:
"Yes, your honor, and I think the
men who wrote it did not know liow
to write correct English. The very
first sentence is defectivee"
"What do you mcoiui'" queried the
judge, bewildered by this foreign at-
tack upon ilhe bulwark of our liberties.
"Why," replied thu German, "the
first sentence ways: 'We, the people
of the United Stateis, In order to Iorm
n m61'o perfect Unlon.' Now, accord-
ing to the best, or indeed, any author-
ity, the word 'perfect' mncans sonie-
tihing that is by its very nature su-
perlative; it cannot be improved upon.
How, then, could the people of the
United States form a more perfect
Union? If it was perfect before, they
could add nothing to increase its per-
fection, It might be made more effec-
I ve or nimore binding, but certainly not
mioro perfect I"
The young German got his papers
without more ado.

Standardization.
Standardization is not by any
means the new and revolutionary
'xuaii,g Iii ujt cli ii0'-jjcy v'agiae'rs and
scientific i anagemnit fakers would
havo you bollievo. Standardization
is, Ili fact, as old as the bills.
Take whoels-buggy wheels,' for ex-
ample. They are all the same stand-
ard size, and they are painted in just
a few standard colors. When a bug.
gy wheel breaks, you don't have to
get one made to order. You replace
it at any shop-it's standard size,
All circus rings, the world over, are
precisely the samo diameter to an
inch, no matter what may be the size
of the tent itself. Thus the circus
rider knows the anglo at whloh he
must lean-the anglo of safety in Osh.
kosh is the angle of safety in Copen-
hagen.
Ladders are standardized. The hod
.carrier, with' his heavy load, need, nev.
er watch his stop-for every stajoor
rung, on a beifr's ladder is e.ean
inches.

Altered His Idea.
Wrote Tomkinsk, the novelist:
"Woman Is indeed a bright and beau-
tiful creature. Where she is there is
a paradise; where she is not there is
a desert. Her smile inspires love, and
raises human nature nearer to the Im-
mortal source of its being. She is.the
ladder by which we climb from earth
to heaven. She is the practical teach-
er of mankind, and the world would
be a void without her. Man is a
wreck."
He left off just here, and went home
and found that dinner wouldn't be
ready for another hour yet; and the
neighbors say his wife and he went at
it so much that his left eye Is in a
sling, amid lie's been compelled to wear
a wig till his hair grows.
A poem In six cantos, commencing
"Woman is a wretch," is now in ths
press, and will shortly be published.
Rumor whispers that the author is
Tomklns.

Roumanian Tobacco.
Roumania, the dark horse of the
Balkans, may be said to have been
wafted into good government oan a
cloud of tobacco smoke. For it was
the tobacco monopoly established by
the degenerate ruler Couza that
brought about his compulsory abdica-
tion. Every Roumanian smokes, and
Couza came up against a national
habit-with the usual result. It was
in 1866 that the present ruler, Prince
Charles of Hohenzollern-Slgmaringen,
was Invited, In the teeth of the con-
cert of Europe and the sultan, to be-
come Couzsa's successor, and nothing
finer ever happened to Routmania-ox-


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back and Huh.4,4pl lhdlans in

New York.-E-lim and an office chair
and too much sugar on his cereal have
donie tthe 'trick for Colosnel Roosevelt.
He's getting fat-again. There's only
one course possible to the vigorous
colonel when this bulbous condition
of the equator develops. He at once
determiuats to get out where he can
ride a horse and holler and work that
sisperfluity down to a hollow. So that
this summer, according to the gossip
thAt has ltzeod u i) from Oyster Day, ho
will go .cut to Arizona and hunt for
a lost trith of Indians. Incidentally,
he will re-discover the last hole fI
his bolt,
"lost Indians in Arizona?" said Doc-
tor Gcddard of the department ofr*.
thropology of tioe Museum of Nat'
History. "Not precisely. But *'1 8
true that ttme(re are some out there
that have never been found."
It appeiiar that there'o are In
scattered tll over Arlzina---the -
pals and theo IopiH and tlme Pinau and
the Paagoes eand the Apaches, aind
chief of then all the Navajoos. A
good many of them earn an honest liv-
Ing by giving an aboriginally modified
11Bll fhow for the ibnoefit of smunainor
tourists. Others keep sheoop and
c.reaum every tino one touches schlied-
ulo K. Still others peddle Massachu-
setts blnnkpts in bright co0 .*s to per-
enHs from onton., Aonl Olthers live
out it the mountains, far fromni the
*nadldeilng white man, just about, as
Iheir ancestors did iiabout n tie lao that
Cortez discovered thP-;,iol(l as a
iiie:ns o1' getting rich quickly. '
"The wildest lot," said Doctor 4od.
dardt, "are the Navajoes. They :ire


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perfectly peaceful, but we have had no
report oen the tribes Ihn the western
part of Arizona. There are men
twenty-five years old who have never
lneen a white man, No doubt a visit
to them would be entertaining and in-
structive,"
It will be if the colonel sl the vis-
itor.

MUST SWIM FOR DIPLOMA

Columbia. University Student Passes
Other Tests, but Balks at Swits.
. ming Pool.

New York.-Columbia university
hasa taken a new stand in the matter
of graduation requirements. The au-
thorities declined to award a di-
ploma to Felix Metzger Rosenstock
at the conmmencenient exercises unless
he could prove himself cured of car-
oanserinusabinetu.
In other words, there is a rule at
Columbia that no college degree can
be won unless the candidate has learn-
ed to swim the length of the pool in
the gymnasium. The only exception
is allowed in case of physical disabil-
ity, attested by a physician's certiflt
cate.
Rosenstock, who passed all the other
examinations, completely balked at
swtiu ling throughout his college
course, and as an excuse declared'he
was suffering from a terrible skin dis-
ease known as the caroanserinusab-
inctu. He obtained a physician's sign.
ture to this statement.
The physical director could find no
visible trace of such a malady, but
froip a Latin lexicon he evolved this
explanation of the student's aflca
"Care. meaning flesh; anserlnu -r-
senpbling the goose; abmetu from
fear; or, freely translated gooseflesh
from fear."
The authorities, however, did not
have sufficient sense of humor to
e'PPiW them,' t e' enmtock.

WILLIAM TELL IS OUTDONE

Insane Voyager Tries to Shoot Cig-
arette Out of Mouth of Ja-
maican Negro.

New York.-When the steamer Oru-
ba was nearing Cartagena, Colombia,
John George Cunitingham of South-
ampton, a first cabin passenger, forced
a Jamaican negro to stand ten yards
away while he attempted to shoot a
cigarette out of his mouth. Cunning-
ham fired six shots before the siolse
brought Chief Officer Green to the'
scene.
Green tripped Cunningham up, but it
took four sailors to lash his hands and
feet and carry him to the hospital,
where Dr.. Morton declared the man
was Insane from alcohol. Cunningham
wMvs put ashore at Colon in a strait-
jacket. ,


CL 0 (jtii l iu G* t Sc.'n syiva. iut
the good fortune of Roumania is also
duo to Bismarck, who counseled the
young, prince to accept the offered
throne, remarking: "If you. fall you
will at any rate have a pleasant remi-
niscence for the rest of your life."

From the Depths.
A widely known New York producer
received a letter from a young wom-
an in a small town in Pennsylvania
Jut week 'in which she told of a play
she bh4 written.
'"It i' a play of the underworld," she
wrote, "I notice by the papers that
underworld dramas are in high favor
now. 'Wouldn't you like to see It?"
Th0i pr0@oer replied that he'd be
glad to look he play over. When he
received 4t h be' oed the package and
settled back i tis easy chair to have
a look at the Underworld dramn.
Ht.found it a story of a murder in
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