Nassau County Review 19051013
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' °>'?'-*(<.*a?iE,-,*£s?rr5 i. ^- NASSAU COUNTY REVIEW «nrax.£: oopiem. nvx: CKNTti* A rAMILT MKWSPAPBK or LOCAL, AND OINXKAL, ISTIIal^IOKMCB tima*; •!.•• TBAUT 11 ABTAIvB VOL. X. FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 190.5. NO. .51. Freeport^ Bank Capital 930.0M JOmi J. BAKPALLk ProatileDt P. WB8IJH PI MB. Tlea-Piaaldeiit WIIXUM S. HALUCaoMot JhhaJ RaadaU Aiiaiiat InmIc IW* Om WUUaai O. Milka inil|aaB.Oeldar D.WaabuPlBa iH.Coniirall Poalal B. BaTOO* lUWallaaa ColoaTkMlt • ¦.BaU Bareayaaadtk <]«inall.BaBdan »! M . 1 ^ ^^ baaka iBWdattna aa far aa la it iritli etauatTatHa Baaacaaaat. fataaoM al Ika rata of « par coot. paM oa ttaMlapoalla. Ihraa owatha or mon. Dnlta liiiii aa all paita o( Baroiia. Bwa a ••aaral banUiid boalBeia. .AjUa—ta of eorporaliona, eompaniaa, a» BrtlMiatWaeliaa (aaranlaed. hqatataa will leeaim prompt attaatloa aad iaahoanallr aaawertd. BANK OF I re UUg* AMt ¦mKtUI* CMrtr*. L. L BHUM R. BMITH. PraoMaat THOMAS ff. KNIGHT. Vlr»-I»ra«l.l«i»t BBBGEN T. RAINOB, ¦•irt af Mretttrt fleonte W. DsTiaon Thomtt O. Kiil(lit Ji4in Vincent Hirmnt R. Smitli Olantwortb D. Comlwt Waaler B. Snilh Charlta W. Harea Charlea L. Wallaea Arrender Smith Antlfn Cornwall Jolui W. DeMott Joha T. DaTiooo Kdward T.Thnntoo Hamilton W. Poam THE MOUSE OM THE HILL. Their are all ^ne away, Tbe houae la that .nd ttill. There it nothiog more to tay. Throufh broken woMt and gray The windi blow bleak and thrill; They are all gone awajr. Nor i« there one to-day To apeak them good or ill; There it nothing more to tay. Why it it then we utray Aronnd that tunken till? They are all gone away. And our poor faney-play For them ia watted tkill; There it nothing more to tay. There it ruin and decay In the hnuae on the hill: They are all gone away. There is nothing more to tav, —Edward Arlington Kubinson. "Bnt not to give more pnln thnu is necessary, nor turn tbe face black.' Said Eve. With a irrnve face he compounded the ponder and banded It aero«g tbe counter. Eve took It, (tave him the feiv cents he asked nnd walked off. Once at borne she neiit straiglit to her room and undresfted herself aud retired to beil. taking the powder with ber. Once ^^HOUSEHOLD .^fi .^ AFFAIRS siG wm mm $101,000 Cash Packaee Stolen From the Adams in Pittsburg, NEW YORK STATE NEWS TO IMPROVE THE FISH. Salt water flsh are much Improved, or twice she tasted with the tip of | ,„',., ^j,^ Housekeeping, if they are 'T WAS ALL IN SMALL BILLS We do a general Banking Butineat of l>epeaU and oecouDt. Interefit paid nn gpeelal Dapoolta. Drafu ItHded on England and ttie ConttaoBC Vour ratrouago Solicited. l Bankinii Hoiirt: ta. H. to 3 r. ¦.; SatQldar, i • a. m, tolJ m. ] Diwount D«7t:Tue.^diii-«aiid Frida»a,»A. «• j Her Temptationa OP FRBBPORT, N. Y. (No. 1708) Capital 9SS.M9 BottTBix Datis, Pnaident iam K. ELDRtDOB. Vioe-lVea. O. MlLTOB FOBBMAV, Oaihiar BNAb Jacksom Ebhbst S. Ransall DabbOi Ifobbuon Rorwbll Oatis JoBB K. Eldridob 0. MiLTOH FORBMAB ' ^t do t seaenl iNuikiiic bnaineai of ttftM Mid ¦eoonnt. Dklag Bonn: 0 A. U. to 8 P. M. artardayi. » A. M. to la M. /^ >> NOTICE TO CRCWTORS J boaliiaat, at hla rrai- ^ aaConiitr, N. Y., on af 1 al Oetohaanaak. .a.«... a-~,w'^^^'®'>- a*!™- USBT 9. CXOCK, XxaeDtof. ^K«»a»KlCB.aeBtor. nOTpOni n* It MOTKC TO CREINTORS yjbaaaut la iaonter ol Boa. Bosab Jaci- ¦oa, Itamnta « the Coiutr of Naaaan, nmiea whaNbg flraa to all paraoaa haTlng elalrat acalaot MTUMNA WM, Uta ol tba Town ol Hemnalaad, In th,i laid Oaaatr.4aeeat-d, t«i urea^DC the tanw with the aowaara thenar. t« tha tubacribsn, tba axaea- ¦ gf Mu Laat Will and Teatamant of aald do- t their placa nf trantaeting bntinvta, at ot their atUiriiey, Sidney 11. Swi.a..jr 1.. aata Btiaet, Fieeiiort. N. Y., ou or belora anaaaMi du ol NoTenhar noit. ataalllneola, April Ziiiil. KM. AUAH Hi'HNailiaK, I PaiMrdaAta, V Riecntort, HaaaTUaAaa, ) R. SWOKT AMornan lor tlia KineuUir, Mala Blroat, Fievport, N. Y. DIL WILLIAM J. STEELE Harrlaon Araoaa BALDWIN, L. I. •flka ¦«¦> TMitnti lto*a.i(. Loag Dtataaoa, I le I r. a. Ma Baldwia I to r r. M. Local, U» J. W. SOUTHARD & SON OHDERTAKEBS AHD EIBALISRS SEAFORD L. I. Calla promptly attended daj ur night U>MK Dlat. Tal. M fraaport. Dr. C. C. RAITH JDHJNTIST Office hoon. 9 a.m. feo 5 p. m. Special EneaffemenU can be nuide ereningA from 0 p.m. to 0 p.m. CLINTON M. FLINT COUNSELOR-AT. LAW FREEPORT, N. V. 132 1 Il2l« MMT t. MXWM WUTCI I. JWKI MAXSON A. JONES COUNSELORS AT LAW MBroodwar KewTorkCHty 1 ^ Evenla«a at M Main 8t. \ H»mpataad.M.Y. BP^gJIUK b.'.d ;'roiniseil ihat sbe SS_.ISB ivoulil iiu'iiil the lining nf bisiiewoverooat if be would near another and leave Ihat at home. er iiKUic was Eva W'loii. and sue bad beeu married live je.'.rs. anil never —never—never—never in all thnt tluie had one unhappy monieut. .Mr. Wilton had been very attentive, very kind. very generous, and had never uiade ber Joaloun. She often said that she was the happiest woman living. Now, as she lookml at the liiiiug and pre¬ pared the silk with which she was about to replace le lorn portion, fhe was thinking these thoughts. Thoy had never had any children, but when I people are all In all tn each other, that I Is uo very great Rrief. All her care was for him—all his for her. t ",\nd he Is Just Ibc dearest, liest, I truest fellow iu the world." said Eva to herself: "1 am not half good enough for hlm. I wonder what this is In bis pocket; it bulges It all out of shape." Sbe put her hand Into the breast pocket as shj spoke nnd drew out a little package wrapped In paper and tied with blue ribbon. "Something he baa bought for me, 1 expect," said Eve. "1 wonder what It Is? 1 think that I won't open It until he comes homo." SLe laid tbe silk across the hole, cut It out and bngted It down. I wonder what it Is SEYMOUR SNEDEKER COUNSELLOR'AT LAW HamiMtaad Naw York BOoala Htapatead Bank BnUdlns Oaraor Mala-aad rnlton Btroeu SIDNEY H. SWEZEY COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW ¦hot ta loaa m tmt Mi Mirtiaii ¦ Broadway, Maw Tork ¦oaklaiMa, Uala 8t.,Borth of ULB.R.,Braaport EDGAR JACKSON COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW 132 NMsau St NEW VORK BALDWIN. NASSAU CO.. L i Raid sbe. "Tom did mean to ret me au opera |^_"'; ^Vhcu a hi'Iy .ii'k glass, I know, but this Is not Ihe shape of the parcel. It doesn't seem like a book. It might be lace wound on a card—real lace." I "1 do wonder what it is?" said she, and then hemmed down the patch. I "J'here wasn't much to mend, after all. j I thought the tear much longer. He caught It on a nail lu tbe otflce. .Now, I I wonder what Is In tbat package?" Eve put the coat over a chair and i took up the parcjl. i "Tom won't mind." she said. "I will j lust take a peep. J'ni sure it's for me." I 'i'hon she uudid the ribbon, unfolded j Ihc paper, ai. saw letters. I "Dear Toin! He keeps ray letters next his heart, and he has never told Money to Loan on IVlortgages la toy tumm lacaaty. lUUMC lOAM. loMM tt i cooMMt yoor oinAiw. Alliaa«laiaiacc<t<eiittaM \ ALBERT D. HAFF COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW Ut Mtoa «.. JoMka. N. r. T«l. 33-1 jMMlct ' At litiflaa affk*. ««ealitt M (atoram NOTICE TO CREDITORS Panoaatlo anotdar of Boa. BooAa Jaoi. aOBi ¦araonta of the Coontr of Naiaaa, noliaa jajaakl (IfaB lo all paiaoaa baTina elalaia MUtSWTMM IM* <; »• 1b]B tt Boawotaad. In tba aald OoMly, dwaaaed. to ntsaaaniM tama with tha vaaoaora Uieraor, to the lubaeribcr^, tb* taoen- lata «(tba Loat will and Ttaumant of taid do- ,al bioplaoaiif trantaetliuibaain*!!,at o( Edwin O, Wriabt, hia attomer, dloa, Roekvllla Caotta. New loik, oa >|w Tflh 'ay ol Deeaaahar neit. aBbaSii w. bolmuBD, ^ .JSieoutor. loeKiHa"Stitra. NgwYork. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Punnfwl to a.i nnlsr of Hoh. BosAa Jara. *OM,lhmaMMaf thaOuuatirot Nataaa, notiea H aaaihjr fleas to all penont bavinc elolau UMIT VM MCMMUX Jala of lb* Towa ct B*aaa«aaa io tht taid Oimlr. <l*aaaatd, to petaaarthg tama with tha aaartata tbayaaf. lo Sm aubaeribar. tb* Adaia- WMaMa tt Iha aoarta. ehattala aad andila wkiek w«rto( Mkrder*aaad. at hor plaea ol ;tiii« bualnnia nt tlM offleaof btrattoraer VoehM*. K.,,., IM William 8ir**h Cit». N*w YorV, on or balor* tha llrtl p*«ber iMit. la. 4i,rll ISth. IMS, UABIE VUN MIOHRROUX, ^ Boneutor. Pettit Bros. Oodertiken ud Eitilien Berltw BaUdlag, Main Stnat FREEPORT. N. V. Orodnaioa of tba Dallad Italia OailMa ut Bmbalmina. " Cialb attooded to dar ot alcbt. ruwrola dirreiod !¦ tba h*al aod laloat ma» •or wtib vmf faeilitf to plooa*. ^^ Aloo lodi aKaudant. ¦ilalb Miure t*l*tiboii*a> K II*«nau«d Batdkt&Utem Rut the writing was not hers; she saw that at a glance. "Ilis mother's letters," she said. "He loved his mother so." Then she began to tremble a little. for the letters did not begin with ".My Hear Son." nor wltb unytliiiig like It. She cast her eyes over them. They were Ihve lelterK. "Tom bad loved sonic other woman before he mot mo," sbe said, boginnlng to cry. "Ob. foolish rrcaliire that I am! t)f course, she diotl, and b.. only loves me now. If it was all over bo- fore we must not mind. " But here she paused, gave a scream, and then threw the loiters from bor ns though a seriieut had bitten bor. It waa not four days ohl. "Oh! ob! ob!" cried Evo. "Oh; what shall I do? Oh! whoro shall 1 gn?" At every cry a tUonght pionod hor breast like a stab. "Tom, my Tom: What shall I do? Tom! Tom! He In bo falKo—Tom! Ob. I have gono mad! \o! Tbore tlioy are! Thoy are really there—tbnsc loi¬ ters! Why do I not die? Iln ponpio live through such tliingK as tlios,-•" Then she knelt down on thi' tlo<ir and gathered up the letters and stond- ily read them through. Tbere were ton Ol them. Snch love letters! No oilier interpretation i-oiild bo put upon them. They were absurd lovo Ictters-siub as are always produceil in a court lu a case of breach of promise. ,\ud thoy called him "Popsy," "Darling rai¬ ling." "Lovoy Hovoy." "Oivii Swool ness" and "Angel of .My Soul," and they were all signed. 'Vour Own .Nel¬ lie." "It is all true," sahl poor Evo. wring¬ ing her hands. "And it Is worse than anything that 1 over board of. I , ,_ , trusleil bim so-I boliovcd la,.hlm so ^jM^taa^^aaaq, a caaok »!..*..» | ^y Tom-mlue!" her tonguo, hoping tbat It was not very disagreeable. Then, finding It sweet, she bravely swallowed it. "It Is over," she said. "Oh. heaven forgive me. and forgive Tom!" And thou she laid herself dowu xi\y>n her pillow. .Tust as she did so tbe familiar sound of a latcbkoy In thp door below star¬ tled bor. Tom never cnme home at noon, but there he wns now. No one else but Tom would walk In lu that cool way. and be was calling bor. "Eve—Eve—Evo—whore are ynu?" Never before bad sho refused te answer thnt voice, Why bad he como to torture her dying inomouts? Hark! now he was hounding up stairs. He was in the room. "What is tbe matter? .\ro you 111, Eve? .Kh'. You bink tirod. little one," said he. "I cntiie lioiue to got my over¬ coat. I suppose ynu bave found out Ly this time tbat tbo coat in tbe hall Is not mine. I woro .Inbiisoii's liouio from tho oflice last niglit by nilstiikL'; he's anxious about it. llo askod mo If there was any ono iu tbo house who "vould be likely to meddle with papers In his pocket. I snid I thought not. 1 hadn't a Jealous wife. What's the matter. Eve?" "Oh, Tom!" she cried, hysterically. "Oh, say It ngaln? It wns not your coat. Oh. Tom, kiss me!" "Why, what's the matt Tom; "you must be Ul." ".No," she said faintly, "only tired." Then Eve remomliored all. "I am a wickeil wnmaii, Tom! There were letters in Iho pockets—lovo let¬ ters. I read them. I thought you wore false to me. I—1 took poison, Tom. I'm going to die—and I long to live so. Ob, Tom, Tom, save me!" "Yes—yes!" lie cried. "What poi¬ son?" "Hoffman will know. I bought it from him. Terhnps he can save me." cried Eve. Away went Tom. white as death, to the druggist around the corner. Ha burst Into the shop like a whirlwind. "The lady," he gasped, "the lady who bought poison here an hour ago'. She took It hy mlslake! Can you save her? Is there an nnlldote? She Is dying!" "No. no!" said the old German. "Ba nt rest! Nn, nn! Sbe oaiiiiot die of for a poisoii that will not turn a rat black in the face I say to myself, 'So! I shmolls somoslng.' and I give hor In the paper a little sugar nnd somcslngs. She could take a pound. Go home and tell her so. I novor sells poison to women dat cry and do not wish de rat to be¬ come black in de face! S.-> be calm!" So Tom llow home ngaln. and Eve lejolced, and. heating tbat .lohnson was a bni'liolor who ndmittoil hlnisolf I., be engngod, she Oid not rip off the patch, as she had at first intended to dr.—Glasgow News. soake<l In salted water for halt an hour before cookiug. 10R CLEANING VASES. It will bo found that vinegar and tea leaves are oxcollont used together for cleaning vases tbat have become discolored by flowers. l.«aTe« a GARNISHING THE BEEF. A fillet of beef or a veal roast is ef¬ fectively garnished with artichoke hearts, brimming with now peas, each choke placed In a nost of green. Deli¬ cately grilled, thoy are even more In¬ viting surrounded with asparagus tlpa or little hearts ot blanched lettuce. POTATOES AS DECORATIVES. Mashed pntntoos nro pressed In the form ot tiny pyramids wltb flat tops. These are dippinl in the -nhite of an egg, then in flue niincod parsley, giv¬ ing fhe elToot of nniall green pyramids, through which tbo white of Ihe potato gleams tomptlugly. Those may be used with small pyramids cut from stale bread and tried a delicate brown In hot butter. Thry are arranged about a dish alternately -with stars or cubes of lemon between. NICE SANDWICHES. I Cream choose lu combination -wltb cried out | chopped olives or wilh chopped unit Is recommended for sandwiches. Moist¬ en the cheese with a liule thick cream and add a little salt. Aliout ten olives, stoned and chopped, to one cheese la the proper proportion. Mix the two nnd spread between thin slices of bread and butter. Trim the crusts and, if desired, cut the slices Into rounds or triangles. Peanuts, English walnuts, or pecans, or a mixture of these nuts, combines well with the cheese. Prepare exactly as with tbe olives. Cnnllire. a Clerk. MlailBB— rmmlly Beblad—ae«(lpt*d For the Monaj In Plltaburc -nThen Aellna aa ¦ "Sab"—Snppoaed Thi«f Got Fourteen Uonat* Stort. Piltsliurg. Pu.-A parkage contain¬ ing Iliil.tKXl ill cash wna stolen from the general otfiops of the Adams Ex¬ press rompnny in ibis city. Edward George runlifTo. money clerk of the coiiip.nny. and one of Its trusted em¬ ployes. Is missing, and the police of every city in tbe country have been aske<l to arrest blin on the charge of I stealing the money. Tho package containing the money J was made up of jRo.iioo In $100 bills, ; $lii.iiiHi in SJO bills and the remainder ; of the money was In $,1, $10 and $20 I bills. It was ieariietl that a part of the i money h.id Iwoii .shipped by the Bnnk ; of PlttRburg. aud tho romalnder by the Knnners' National Bank, of this'city. Knim tho same source it waa learned thnt the money was consigned to a bank lu Cincinnati. Cunllffp, who receiveil the money af¬ ter banking hours lu tbe afternoon, left at the usual time, about ti Few Idle Wage Earners. In its last i)Uiirterly bulletin Just pub- Tsbod, the Stiito Dipartinent nf Ijibor iMlls attention l<. a uiarkeil Improve- iiu'iil In Undo, which began In the middle of l'J<^ nnd has continued nl- I most uiiiiilorruptedly. Tbe department says that now iboie are rebilively fewer idle wage earners In Now York I than thoro wero oven In IttfJ. tbe most '. pros(H>rnus yonr of tbo dicado. Ite- tnrns to tbo Burcnii of Ijilnir sta- tistli's frmn Irados unions emlH-acing a luonil BITS I NEWS WASHINGTON. Judge W. J. Calhoun, who was sent by Prealdent Roosevelt as Special Com- mlaaiooer to examine condltlona In Veneiuela, has arrived here. He baa prepared a report as to the diffleultlea with Castro. The fanxiUR "woman In blue," Mr*. I.ucy (!. I.ee, of Manhasset, I.. I., who made several uusiiceesstnl at¬ tempts to call upon President Koosevelt hip of aliout lOO.lKIO wage | at Oyster Bay, was arrested nt Ihe Amrm^FHUtn his recipes:'.. i Delicious Salad—A novel salad l> made of grape fruit aiiif tomatoeu. ,KI1I a ring mold with water, and sot | nway on loo to froeio; or sot a small mold heavily weighted inside. Sweetbreads lu Cases—Cut the sweet- broads, after being boiled. In very small pieces, ^-ason with salt and pepper, and moisten well with cream snuce. Fill the pnper cnses and cover with bread crumbs. Brown aud serve. Poppormint Drops—Boil one and one- fourth pounds of sugar with a pint of water; add three drops of oil of pep. pormint, and after !lvo luliiulos reraovf the inlxturo fro mthe fire and stir until it turns white, -when it must be quicUly poured out on buttered tins. Broiled Sweolbroiids—Split tile sweet, liroad after being boiled. Season with salt and popper, rub thickly with but- ter, and sprinkle with Hour. Broil ovo! I a rather ipiick fire, turning constnnlly. An Interettinc Example Showing j Cook about to., minutes, and serve How a Periodical Can Get Itt ' with cream sauce. I'luiu Sherbet—'"over plums with hot water. Slmuior uiilil thoroughly cooked. Thi-n press through a wire strainer. Add water and sugar to suit Ibe tasio. and oilier fruit Juices it de¬ sired. Then free/.o.l They also make PARISIAN MAGAZINE METHODS OF TO-DAY Readine Matter. There aro various ways of launching a new magnzino. This Is Ibe method adopted by the pnbli.shera of the latrst I'lU'lslan review, .In Sals Tout. M. • feorgos Daniel, a well known Paris i " n'"" pudding if used Avlth tnpiocn Jnnrnnlist. wrote fnr Ibis magazine nn ' i" P'-'"'*' "' apples. Tradc Mamia OcuaN* CorvmaHTs Ac. Anrime aoBdlnt a ttMrb anl aoavlrUon ariniii niir opinloa traajtbotlie « pr.ibablf aalafaMM&OoaBUtilm. rioHrennadaotuL HMMI oantfenu I IreA. 1 imatt ffoMy nra*«ni^jMtaiiia. ,in|.-lil» naf . < 'Matt Ofoaar ftflwarriM I I ukra tSraaab Mann a ix iKa, wNhoM eiaraak la tba Scieiilific Jlttericdiia , A boraactnelr lllnatmtta w**klr. Ijii colatloa of any telvntlf n limmoL Ternia, $.1 a I loar aHintbo, |L Sola broil n« THCMMMCM MVBBTMI EBBET & HOBI uE^V IH IM The Wall Straet Journal Oliiaa adTlca aad anwwta, withou WWp. iaooiriaa about larwlaMBla. mm0m BBdarlyiit eaaan of awkat MfimBli, Determlnea tacU Mran- BW T«M ef ¦aeBriliaa.OriticiaaaMatnn Mrti. UM eowOato teblaa of owBian ¦tpMMfticB. 9«pt«a BcUre and Ibm- tint rteeki aad tonda. Kaoorda tba ?!.'y!*?'.'**^ ""i Uia yild on ¦vwBmbI u tha prioa. _(MmA» daitg e»it(«A« Oa Tbb Wau. RMBB JOCBBAL w Miter iHtliJUd to Mtal «a«<|r aa/Uy and jtrtyUaMy and to BdnM akoul iMMtfawnte Ukan aM vAa waiMtdaaa ^ , PabUakaddikUrtiiy Ot^ 3«mm * Oow. 44 Braid St., N. T. TlM OUMt MMNI MMy •( Wa(l St. Pure Ottllrney. A Utt'io qirl who roiils naiiire booka studies natiirsl hii-u ry and Is ilevotei! to pels, was (ilscoverfd bohiing bunny In hor Inp. trying to dlrort his alien tion 111 a b.Kih thai sho liad and evei and nnon boxing his long ears vigor ously, Ai:n'!o nas shockoil. ofo<>iir>e and Inqulri.l «nai was tho moving cause of i-i^ch cruelly. "Hos tu slublcrn." r.'iliod 'ho Il-tlo tearhor. "A rabbit stubtxirn' Wly. cbii.l. 1 never beard of mi.-Ii a ihlnn. What is te stublHirr al.oiii'" "I'm iriing to i.ach him the nuilil plicBTliin table, an.l bo Jim; won't try lo loarn. n> r ov»n say it our aftoi mo. N.iw. ',.11 s»v It. sir. Throo lin-.os. two are alx- throe timet throe an- nine * " I'll; the rabbit didn't s»y It. and acaln ai.-iiro Inijulre.l into her litilo nieci's orniluci as two or ihr.o more cuffs «or.' II,!ministered lo the \\wt eroiiiures a;i t.x) convenlont rara. Why aur.t;,- - .'.plained tho girl "the Uol,8 all say ihat rabbits mult! ply faster I'aan any i thi r anir.als. an ' this olA-lr.ito llllle croatiiro wnn'i even g-i tbr\n:«h iho throe iln;,s thro.' } wl'h me " - 1 Ipi Inc.iti s Eubttrfugc Gat lntcr%iewa. Mice Du. 0. »ho h.is a s rong avor tion to bfltg ir.torviowed. was reeent I ty beaten b> the Cnronhaein rejHirt ' era One ac'r.l :i« »a:'er .i: ite hole!. I »no;hcr ace! as »hooni»Ver'« ai.-ist I «ii a ihir; .!'ii\e h.-r cab aa.| the I fourth was astisian! staeo machinist > »n; a!l ufcd b;;8 of conversation foi •BI in!er»l*«r« Then she wiped hor eyes, gathered 1 up the letters, wrapped tbe silver paper about them, tied tho liluo libboii. and put them back in the awful breast pocket of tbat dreadful ovor.oat and hung It Id Ihe hall again. "Tom shall never know." she said "I'll not reproach him. I will never see him again. When bo comes bniiie I shall be dead. I will not live to bear this." She oat down to think nvor the best means of suicide, ,>i|io .ould bang her self to tho chandolior with :i wlndo« blind cord, bul, then. »bo would bo black lu the face, nnd bi.loous. She •ould drown herself, but. then, bor hi«ly would go tloating down tho rivor iit.i the sea an.l drown.<d p.Hiple look 'ven worse than strangled on.;s, SIm «as loo much afraid of rtroarins tn -hoot herself, ev.-n in this strait. She vvnuld take imisnii Yes. ibat would b-. host, and though she slionld never see lom again, bo wniihl see hor. :ind re¬ morse would Sling liini Here the ma-le a cro.-it mistake. A man who is .-.>„llv treadieroua to mon- on never has any ro rso Keninrse ill lovo .itfairs i. ;i jmroly f.'minitie quality, aii.l ove-i ilio worst of tbe sex are not without it However, it it nat¬ ural to lielievo that n-lnorso is possil>le In a man wLoin one has bellned to be an aiig.-: in huuinii f.irin. and Eve look a l.ttio nii-orable .- r,,rt in i|,o lh.>ugbt tbat Tom oni,! kneel besi.Ie bor ,-offiii »i:„ burit mt > tears an I pi«. •innate ex. lanisliniis ,,f ri.gr.i, wblob she. prrbap., mi-ibt se.' from Mime apiritnal |>«>t .>! ¦ bserv atinii .Sl. having put on !\ b.nt ami thirk veil rv# U>t,»i-» heiself .ipMird ili.- .-.-irner to tne ne.ire«t ilrng «t,>re The ¦irtiggist nat an .il.l Gorm.iu. a henevn. !rnt Kviking one. with red cboekt ami (1 twlbiig nioiiib and n ben alio !i,ke.l biui for iK>,»uii for r.-ils he taid- s,r' and beamed ui.;i!;.i 'ipon bei "I want l! very strong." taid Kr\- "So!" uA th* dru^fial. article ontltled "I.a Toiirnoe dcs Grands Duos." The articlo was nc- copted by tbe ditor, bnt the author was considerably surprised when it appeared to Hud thnt It was signed, not liy his iinino. but by that of an nuthor wiili some ropntallon, .M. .Toau I-orralii. M. Georges Daniel wrote to M. .lean I.nrrain protostlng. and the latter at otioo replied recigiiizing In tho most uncoiioi.rned fashion that the oditnr of .To Sals Iniit bad. aa a matter of fact. roijiii'Mod bim to contribute an artli-lo nu "I.a Toiirnoo dos Grands- Dii.'s.' II,. i„„| r.pliod thai bo had lint the liiiii., and tberenpnii be bad boon infori I that no refusal would be aoooplod, HiMl that hi;, ta^k would bo facllltatod by means of "doonuionts" tbat would bo fiiriiished to hlm. The "documents" were. It nppoars. the ar¬ ticlo of M. G.Kirgos Daniel. M. .lean I.orrnin "resigned" hlnisolf to tho pro¬ posed plan, but ho protests tbat llo was not aware that bis slgnnture was to be appos.-il lo the articl.' of a confrere. And bo tornilnatos his Icttor, conohod in chnrming languago, by olToring to bis ooiifrire all his regrets and tho as- surnn.-e of bis distiii,v,iishod consldor- ation. .\ few days inter M. Daniel re¬ ceived from the manager of .Io Sals Tniit a letter asking him to call al the offlces of tho magaiino. and when he pnt In nn appearance there ho loiiriiod that he hnd been uccusod by the odltor of nil attempt nt blackmail. .\ii ox- i-hango nf soi-onds followed. To the soooiiils of .M. riani.'l those ot the o.ll- ;or doiiie,l tbo uc.-unioy of tho accusa- lioii for v.hich an excuse or "reparn- tiou p.nr les armes" was domaiidid. but he ri'i-ogiiixed having said that "the habit of the linn was to attach the slg- ' iiatiiios I.f well known writers to arti¬ cles writion by those of less iiiitori.ty." Now tbo pnbi;.' is warned, and hns only itself to thank if It is divelvi'd. But lb., practk-o wbi.-li has just boon ex- IH.si'il In cnnn-'.-i nil with .Io Sais Tout is. 1 am infnrinod. the rocognlxed ens- [ torn in most piihllsbiin; hniisos in Paris wh.ii writers with a name do not thom- solves write tbe articles attributoil to j thoin Tbo i-oii,'liisii,ii nf tho foregoing j ;ni'iil.'iit will pr.ibnblv b.. board in the j law .'juris-Paris Corrospondenco In London Glnbo. | Ixtrd Athtow't Forlnne. ' Lord .tshtoii lias been entertaining Gi'iiirnl LiHilli .luring bis tour in Cum- b.'rlaud Ho is .,no of tho w.-althlost of peer*, and doriv.il most of bis riches from the .'arpot ami linoleum fa.-tory i f..niiilo.l 1 1 Lan. asi,-i by bis father. ' i'.vj if Lord Asbtnii's forliir.o is im- | inen«e. iiis ibarltable w.irks have boon ' in uu o<iually Urio si.-ilo During the j profont ye:ir be has given to .the town | ..f LaiH-asior tUin.'sai for the purjiose ot Uaiitif.i ins 'bo Wiiianixni Park j au.l fnr ..tli.r .ibjects .It tbe la't gen- ' enil ele. iKiii be i« said tn have bnanootl • . VI ry Liberal landiilnte in Lancashire wl... needed su'b help, .-md wbon bis j daughter was uiarrn-d to the rjn of | Vi'."ui;t P.—l be settled on her an in- j .-..ir.i it t.tii.iiOO a year He was uiade '¦ t peer in IHHo -St James' Gazette. A Keal EwUah Jobe. I I.eop.ir.ls !i 1. .i.ii-,l, ar,- i,*.cin)lng j UL'„',a«.int:.> i,i:u.<roi:s In tbe :i«gli- j iHjriiooii of S.uiiu Twi) ,( Uifin re- , .,eut!y l<iy lu w«'.t for the ma 1 car', but I fertusatrlr tliey were tpot:od -Punrb. I I Toast For Invalids—Cut tbe crust ¦ from slices of stale bread nnd toast to a light brown. .\s each is done, dip I into well salted lioiling water. Ar¬ range in a baking pan, suiting nnd bnttering .'aob layer, and oovor with boiling milk, adding croam If you have It. Ciixor and bake for bfteen min- ' utes. ' A Cnko Without an Egg—Beat half ; a cup of biKtor to a croaui. .\dd grad¬ ually one cup of sugar, then halt n pound of soodod dates, chopped fine, and. nitornntoly, ono cup of thick, sour milk and two cups of tlmu' sifted -with ono scant teasponu of soda and half a toaspoonful oui b of cinnamon aud cUn-e. \ Cream of Sipinsb Soup-I'ut one quart of milk with two stocks of celery and a small onion in ii double txiller. ' Allow It to cook for ono hour. >Iix ' one tnblospoon of Hour wlih half a cup of sifted, cooked s.inasb, nnd stir with the hot milk. Lot cook about fifteen iniiintos. Have half a .up of whipped ! croiini or a well beaten egg. and strain tho mixture on to It. I-'ronch B,'ofstoak-Dip the sleak into i molted butter and broil on a gridiron ' over fresh coals. When nearly done, i sprinkle willi salt and popper; have j ready somo linoly chopped parsley, mix ' with softoned lintlor and bol^teu to a ' cronm and pour into ihe middle of a platter. Dip tho piocos ot steak in this. , luruiug Ihoiii aronnd the platter. Serve hot. .V little lemon Juice Improves them for some. i llussinii Salad -ILivo ready cooke<l ' peas, string boaiis cut in pieces, beets cut in sliies, tomaio.'S out in slices and ' shaped to resemble a f.ower. Let all these vogetabl.s bocnnio chilled by standing on ice for some tini.' Dis¬ pose crisp, well cleaned le;iuce leaves ' in iicsis on a largo dish. In the cen¬ tral Host place kH.'cs of hard-boiled eggs with tbo other veg. tables in msts o'ckiik in the evening. He stopped In the hallway ot Ihe building and chatted with several of tho other em¬ ployes before he started for his home. When be reached there he said nothing to his wife, but went direct to bis room, whore he changed his clothes, putting on a new winter suit. He ate his supper, and then said that ho was going out tor the evening. He kissed his four children nn affectionate good¬ bye and left the house. That was the last seen of him. When ho did not report for duty next morning nothing was thought of tho matter, but when his wife a few hours later called up the office of the company, and asked If he was thoro the suspicion of the company was aroused. A hurrle<l examiuntion was iiiaile of his books, nnd It was found Hint Ills accounts wero $5 short. It wa,« fully an hour afterward that a tol- egnim was received from Cincinnati announcing tbo fact that the package containing the money had not been re¬ ceived there, and asking why It had not boon sent. A further examination of Cunlltre's books was made, and It was found that the money which had b ill lntruste.1 to his caio had novor bii-ii forwarded. Doloctlve agencies were nt once notl- floil, and a search wns started for (!un- llffe. Kourteon hours had elapsed from tho llino that he had left his home In tho West End until tho company was coinlucod that ho was guilty of tbo thoft. There nro night trains" on both tho I'ittslmrg nnd Lnko Erie and the Pennsylvania Roads for Biiftnlo, and it was bolleved by the otflcers that he had bnnrdod one of tho.-o trains, with the I.opo of rcac'.iing tho Canadian bor¬ der bi'foro Ills Clime was discovered. At the llttl;> borne of the CuuliiTc family. In the West End. tbo momb.-ra of Iho family ot the man nro almost hiarlbrokcn. Cunllffe, aconrdiug to iho neighbors, was n most ilovotod husband nnd fatlior. llo was iibsolutoly free from bad bnblts of nny kind, and all of Ills tiino, when not at his offl.o, was devoted to his wife and cblldron. Cunllffe came to this city In March, 10O4. from Hartford. Conn.. wIkto all of Ills relatives live, nnd whore he was hold In the greatest esteem. Prior to his counei'tlon with tho Adams Ex¬ press Company, be was miployed by tb,' American Express Cmnpaiiy In Ilarlford for a number of years, and camo to Pittsburg with gimd recoiii nioiiilations from tlioiii. His salary was only JlMio per annum. Tho I'ompaiiy Issued ibo following dosiription of the MiissIng i-lork: "Edward Giorgc Cnnlirfo Is thirty- five .years of ago. looks to he forty; five f.>et seven liiehes tall; weight 170 pounds; medium build; dark brown lialr. heavily mixed witli gray; wears a heavy, shorl-oropped mustache, dark, and partly mixed with gray; could raise a very heavy beard; hns blue eyes. When Inst seen ho wore dark blue, dou- lile-br.nsted snck suit, n black derby hat, liirnod collar, and a black lio^' tie. Ho wears a silver ring with an acorn design. Ho Is an Invotorato cigiirolto smoker, and tho second finger of lils right Iiaiiil is bn-lly discolored with nicotine. Cuiiliffo Is nffllcied with what Is known ns tiie 'clgnrette cough.' " earners in tlu' various occupntinii show- that tb.. averngo monlbly iii'iii- ber nf iinoiiiployid menibors was only l.-,l per llHKi ill Ibo first half of mi,\ as onmparod with ;;0'J bist voai, and 1IV*< in IIHI'J. 'I'lieso flgui'i's. however, fall to oxliibit tho improvemont in the summer of the prrsent yonr. when labor dispnioa almost ceaso.1 to affect Industrhil oporations. In Hie Iraiis- portatloii business and Iho i-lothlne Industry- there wns much loss Idloinss lhan boretofnro. and in building and cnnstructlon, ¦which pnibably employs more mon at present than any other New York Industry, tho volume of produi'tioii has been unusually large. In Ibe second .inartor of IIKKI Ihe Biironu of Mediation and Arbitration reonrdcd ."ii, uew disputes, as compared with 4,1 iu the I'orrespondlug period of liKKt. Ono-half of the disputes woro strikes for higher wages nnd remilled lu n large majority of Cases ilOl in the ooniploto or partial success ot the workmen. Thnt tho number of em¬ ployes Involved In trade disputes, liowever, wns only one-third ns large ns It was n year ago Is mainly due to tbe progress of tho Joint agreement system, which substitutes arbitration for industrial warfare. Largo Mortality Kor August. I' State Department of Health. In Its monthly bulletin, issued at Al¬ bany, announces that the mortnllty tor .\ngust oxceodod by HKKl the average for seven years, which has been 10.8(10. The department says; Tho 12.800 deaths lu .luly exceeded the average by 1300. The opidejulc mortnllty nnd from consumptiou this mouth (August) Is but Ilttio above the average, so that the Increase Is almost entirely In local diseases, and general diseases not epi¬ demic. There is a considerable in¬ crease in tho deaths from whooping cough, tbe mortality from which haa commonly risen to Ils highest imlnt ill August, III this Stale; Its extensive prevalence a I this time Is to be noted. The typhoid fever luortality Is exces¬ sive and tho Increase Is chiefly lu the maritime districts. Same In typhoid fever nnd whooping cough, the epi¬ demic mortality Is leas lu all lUseaset than In ,Iuty. thai from diarrhoeal dll- eases being reduced by (100, altbongh still excessive. It Is noteworthy that while Ihe urban raorlallly Is 1200 lesl' than in .luly, Ibo ileiilb rate Jtelng reduced from 20.0 to 1S.2, tbe Jleaths in rueil lowns have liioreased by al¬ most ten per cent., and their diar¬ rhoeal mortality by sixty per cent, from ihnt of July. I I Pai'dons by Governor HIgglns. . Gov. Higgins. nt Albany, pnidoiio.l I John Spry, a former resident of Olean, I who used to be employed about the I Governor's r<>siileiic# In that town. I Spi-y was sent to prison two years ago I for perjury nml tho subornation of a witness In a negligence I'ase. The Governor said ho had learned that Spry was the victim ot those conduct¬ ing tbe case, and that he had been punished enough. Tbo Governor also pardoneil John Brniiton. ot Brooklyn, who was Imprisoned In May, 1806, for burglary, nnd Mrs. Matilda Smith, of the same city, who Is serving a six months' sentence for Intoxication, Mrs. Smith's husband wnuted her at home to care for their large family, and the Governor granted his plea. Plannoil Two Deaths. Dnnilnick Augosto, who lomrailted siil.'ido at Middlelowii. when almnt to bo arrested for n miinlorous attack on Jlrs. Koso I'adla. had written a fai'owell I.'tter, which has been dis- oovtMcd. Tbo bder says: ".My death la caiisod by my old Kweoihoart. In splto of me she danced with a Int ot other fellows, and I could not dance with her on nci'iiimt of her husliand being there. Thou I swore that 1 was going to kill her, and I did so. l'"or her sake I hit my /ather -with a stiletto on aeoount of bis objections to my going with ber. I will kill my- oslt and die happy" A friend of Augosto says the latter recently came from Chicago, III,, where he killed t man. White Hotise. Brigadler-t^neral Williams, eom- mnndlng the Department of Columbia. In hia aiuiunl re|iort reooiuroends tbe retlraaient of every army captain «t the Agt of forty. .\tlorney-General Moody wns direct¬ ed by the Pretldent to tiegin proceeil- liigs to break up the monopoly exist¬ ing at St. Louis, Mo., where Ihe owners ot bridges and ferrlca have entered Into a eomblnattou lu restraint of trade, exacting terniHial charges from the rallroada entering St. l.oul>. At the Cabinet meeting at the White House It was decided tbat the building of the Panama Canal should remain under the supervision of Seoretarv Taft. Secretary ot .Vgrioultiire Wilson will ask the Cabinet to consider a plan un¬ der vvlilch small paokors may have meat Inspectors at well as the larger houses. In order thnt the damnges resnltlng from the recent typhoon In the Philip¬ pine Islands may be at once repnlrod the quartermaster-general of the nrmy has cabled to Manila that nn extra al¬ lotment of $50,000 has been made tv meet tbe expenses. Orn ADOPTED ISLANDS. Major-General Corbin and his wife sailed from Manila, P. L, for .\ustralla on a two months' leovo of absence. The arrival in Ilawnll of thousands of .Tapanesp laborers hns driven out many American workers from Hono¬ lulu aud the country plnntntlons. Hawaii Is Importing minnows to de¬ vour mosquito larvae. (Government reports show that In the recent storm nf least 200 natives and twenty-flTe Americans nnd for¬ eigners were killed in the Philippines. KELT THE APPROACH OK DEATH. Engineer Stops His Train to Got n Drink of Water nnd Expires. Albnny. N. Y'.-Eeeling tbe appionch of doHIli. Engineer Joseph Marks, nn n I loin ware nnd Hudson locomotlvo stopped his passoiigor trnlii fllloil with people as It was approaching Albany, sti'iipod from tbo engine to get a drink ot water In a switchman's shanty alnngsldo tbo track nnd dropped dend as bo was raising tho ciiii to bis lips. His prosonc.' of mind averted a ills aster. Japniioao Dend 72,'l.''in. .-\dvi,-es from Japan sny the ofl,, .i returns of tbe cnsualtles of Ibe Jai iii .'SO .\rmv ibrnughont tho war slio' that -Ifl.iwi were killed. 10,1170 die frnm wniiuds. and 15..'KKI died froi disoiis.., a tntni nf 7.'.4.VI dead. ; Shot by Chicken Thief. j Michael Hnrl. of S.-benectndy. wns shot Just Above Ibe heart nl -1.30 o'clock j In tho morning liy a man supposed to i be a tramp. Ilarl hnd gone to the ; stables of his oiiiployer. John Elsher, I nnd, encounioriiig a cblokrn thief, i ordered hlm off Ihe pinco. Recolvlug ¦ nu Insiillliig ri.ply. Hart started for ; the liitriidor. wh<i ran. Tho race be- laino loo hot for Iho pursui'd aud llo lurn.d and nr.'d n( linn, who dropped. Han was plaocd In the hospital, where ho rofiisi-d to permit tbo reniovnl of ': the bullet. Slate's W.'ilov l'nlliiie-1. i The annual onnfi-ri'iii-o of the sani- I tary officers of the ."liili- of New I Ynrk was lii.ld nt Allniiiy. Eiiifoiic IL P.irtor. State ('niiiiiiis>in'ii..r nf Health. iloohiri..l that pi'ii. l,.-ally all Ibe ; sirennis of the State an- i tninliintod. I "Many of them are liilo bettor than : npon sewers," he said, "Always with I Ihe sowago finndlng .Inwii gnes Ibe slenltby and de.-iilly lyihiiid. Practi¬ cally all typhoid fov.r i onioN from polluted wnler. Typhnid foMr Is lu- ' excusable " Mulnnl Money I'nr Ropubllonns. Officers nf tho .Mutual Life Insurance Company tostlfled that $H2..Vlii ot tbe poll.y holders' mcney was contrlbnlwl to Republl.an ounipnlgii fun.Is In tl,.. last thro,' Presi.i.-ntinI olectloiis. All An.nnd th.. Slnlo. The Patrl.k iniirdir .-aso was rosiib- mllle.1 In tb.. Cniiri ..f Appeals nt Al¬ bany, D li. Hill i.ssiiiliiig Justice Gray and tho Distrii t AM.iinoy attacking Mr. Hill. Hearsl Knr Mnynr. William K HenrM fnr Mayor. J'lhi ar.iund tlicui, nnd a rnilish flower here j Ford for Cnntr.illor and J. G. Phelps and there between the nests Serve '¦' " ' " ' ' dro ng either Krci.ch nr ninynnn.ii in a bowl apart. Offer a choice of veg¬ etables to each one s.rvod. Swia* Allcmptt at t.nKlllb. The Swiss have not a grasp .if Eng¬ lish grmnniar. as ibo following exam¬ ples show: Ttie proprietor of au Alpine botel addresses his ciientt thus: "Mis¬ ters the venerable voyagers and mes- danies aro r.-ipii'SKil earnestly not to tnke Iho cl.ithos of the bod to see tbe sun rise for tho color i-hangjs " Re¬ cently the foll.iniiig advertltemon.t ap peared in an --F^iigiish " guide book pub¬ lished at Borne 'The hot'I Is a very favurito resort of ptv,p:o fond of s<^i!itnde mill rest, Thnse who are In tearcli of Inii.-linoss nr.-, in <er!tiible fact, constantly fln.-king lo the hotel from the tore ,|iiarters of tbla glnb.'." --.Strang.' jrentleuieii will to ],lease not lu driss for dinner, etc.. as Ibis i-osiiime flutters the wnils of tbi inaid folk ai„l ii,> work i» resulle.1 Humbly ««ke<l " Su. b is the anaouu.-e ment jHisled In the hedr.iomt of an Ion In tbe Jura Mouii'a:n».-I.ondon Chron Icle. Stokes for President nf tbe Board Aldermen is tho tifkot iinmed by the Muni.-ipal Ownership Longue of .New York City Labor World. ill l!anada last yenr of 1.4.'i<i,«ni<i working The irorM nf women, aco.irdiug to Vanity Kftlr, na.i I* divided into two halves—the half that draates and the bt't that mareiy wears clotbet. L-ibor dispiii'i inM.lreJ a lns» dnys. 'ibe quarterly New York State labor I bulloiiii shows much improvement in ^ trade conditions. ] Orders fnr 1ihi.">s) tons of shipping j have boon I'laced with Cly.le builders | at London. England. ' There are now nfflliaied with the . Amorlcnii l-'t.leration ot Ijibor 110 in- [ ternallonal trades unions . Organized laboi- is planniiij; .igii.ii b' have a Chlingn bank. ' Farmery tJ the N.irtbwest are tn ' form a iinr'.ii mil lieenuie anilluie.1 with the general Federntion of Ijibi.r. New Vnrk is iinvlngn building bouin There nr,.!!'! enough iiien m town to do tbe work, nnd inniiy archHecis fair¬ ly giuiiii when tliey tee new custom. era .-nine lu to ask fnr plant and sprci- flcat'ons. Deprestinu lu the upholster ng an,'. ' tapestry mniiUfe. turlng Industry, n ' j PiiilMdelpbln. baa resulted in ibe < lo- I lug ot four b:rge ii.llls ;io,l -., flf.ii Mi!| j probably th-Jt iluwn within ;i fe»l ^ lEoulUt. I Snpii'Uio Cniirt JiiBii, Nash has bi^en <le.ii.'ii.il,-il nf Ihe bench of 111.. I',.ii , IJivislnli. He »in-ci--ll« J I Th.. |.|V0«!iK:lllnli Ilil., agauis, Fis. Ill Siipoi vii Cbariiii-v H..|iib'i, al Alba ilrnpi„.d. The Inlnl |i<j| .llallnli nf tbi, , il, „f Wniortnwii aniKHin.'i'.l by tin- Mine Eniiiiiiraiinii Itiiionii is 'j.'^.477. Thr ix.puhitinn <.f libinii Is U.OI.-,. o Edwin A. ns a nienibor tb Appellate isike Stnvor. 111.' I'll argot nr of Stale 11.^, has lieen • Joni-vio of;Biifrahi In inski- 1 nil- tb.' soil The third liisirli'i Den ver I inn re.'.-iii .aiicn« iioi im I 'r...|iii. nf L.iiii,. Kilniird L. Ilarohi,» years nld, ff nialc'bea n sill- vvnuld IIOI .'iiiil lli.ll. H'rntli- Cnii- inaie.1 Wil- for nioniiier ra*mj Fm^s • B«bln. Clone rival m the B<iw.|i,iiiham eat la the Hi, binnn.I feline wbn was seen early the other inoruing providing f,«Kl for a young robin When seen by hit mislreas. this ten.ler hearted kitten was bnslly engaged in dropping food Into Ihe w Ide stretched mouth of the saung bird, who teoined in nnwise .litlurbed by his unusual f'.^ter motbT. Man «r L>l>rr* aw Tbdr Boad. James J. PjppaiheodorokoamoDio- tnrgeotopouioa »us a bondamaa for several fellow GrveIsS arrested is CU- c«fo, Ul DOMESTIC. I-eft alone only a few minutes by her mother, Panllne Llebermnn became en¬ tangled In the coverlet of her baby carriage and suCfocated nt her home, In New Vork City. John Pbclps was shot and killed by his consin, Johu Iloiiaker, while Ma¬ sonic services were being held at the grave of their tinele, John Hnnnker, Id Warren County, Kentucky. Tbe cousins (iiinn-ellcd about Hunaker't cs. tate. According to the official registration figures, the entering claas nt Harvard University this year numbers 8865, a decrease of 13U from lUOl. Wblle bUDtlng near Millville, N. J., Charles Steelman killed a huge brown bear, the flrst slain in that vicinity in inHiiy years. Tha gunboat Paduoah left New York for a cruise to shake down her machin- eyr and to drill her crew. This Is hci initial trip to sea. Public beqWsts amounting to $243,- 000 are contained in the will ot Charier Tldd Baker, n Boston Insurance broker, which wns filed for probate. The be- qucMts twcnme operative nt the death of the teatator's sister, Susan P, Baker, who enjoys the income of the residuary estate during her life. Fletcher GIndden, on his third trial on tbe charge of criminal assault, was convicted by a Simpaon County (Ky,) Jury. The Judge then sentenced him to death. On President Itoosevelt's hnmewnrd voyage from New Orleans, La., the ar¬ mored cruisers West Virginia, Penn¬ sylvania and Colorado will race under forced draught for 12tX) miles. FOREIGN. A strong earlinniake shock was fell at Moulelooiie, Italy, and It caused a panic among tho Inhabitants, who are still suffering from the terror nnd privation resulting from tt>e previous disastrous shocks. Famine is prevalent In 100 districts of twenty-three provinces of Russia. It affects 18,000,000 persons, who will have lo be fed until next July. The merchnnts of China who have heen pi-oseeutlng the boycott against American gooila have decided to s'ua- peiid that movement to await p<i*'t1ble action of (Jongress In inlllgating Ibe harshness of the administrative feat¬ ures of the exelnslon art. The British Consulate at Monastir, Macedonia, baa received a rsickage con¬ taining a human ear, which, a letter nccompanylug tbe package declarea, was cut from an Rnglishmnn named Wills, recently employed by the Turk¬ ish tobacco revenue department. . When the Cuban Senate Coinmittea nn Foreign Relatlona met to oonalder the Anglo-Cuban treaty no quorum could lie secured. The treaty Is vigor¬ ously opposed, and Ihe report on It may be delayed until after the elec¬ tion. Senators Zayas and Bustsmrnte, members of thp Cuhau Foreign Ilola- tlons Omiinltlee, oppose the treaty with Great Britain. Germany will accept the Russian In¬ vitation to a p?ace conference at The Hague on condition that the aubjecta for discussion be setlleil In advance. An Imperial rescript has been laaued thanking Count WItte for hla achieve¬ ments at Ihe Poritmouth peace eon- ferenc«'. Count Waohtmelster, flwedlah Min¬ ister of Foreign Affairs, baa called at- lentlou to the treaty of 1806. which pro¬ vides for British and French nld ogalntt Uustlan encroachment In Scan¬ dinavia. The Erlccson Telephone Company, of Stockholm. Sweden, tbe Urgest manu¬ facturer of telephones In Eurofie, In¬ tends to erect large workabops at Buf¬ falo. General Kondratchenko, who was killed at Port Arthur, wns burled wilh mllttarr and civil honora.at 8t. Patera- burg. It was reiiorted Ibat Baron Fejervary had again been appoUite.l Hungarian Premier and that tbe coalition would '•online Ils action to protosta against Ibe Cabinet. The situation In Moscow It reported less tense, though tbe strike euullnues lo spread; there were two large meet¬ ings nf workmin, nt which red flags were waveil, but the troopa apparent¬ ly did not Interfere; ihc dispatches show signs of .eusorsblp. Tbe Workmen's Federation In Argen¬ tina decided to begin a general alrlke, nnd Congress has res^ilved lo decUre martial law all over tbe country for ninety days .Martin J. Carter, lulled Blali-t Con. sul at Ynrmnutb, Nuva Scotia, died suddenly. lie was fory-six years old. A widow and daughter firvlv... Mr. Carter wai Couaul at .Vewfoundlaiid four jrara ag.i. Hla home waa lo Mlnersvllle. Pa. Bomba wete ibrown at Coiiaeks In Tiflis, snd the troops charged the iiioln, killing aad wounding many per¬ sons Jupsnese (Ire Intursnee companies have refoaed to pay claims for flr»a cauaed by tbe rioters at Tuklo. but have agreed lo make partial payurnta uoder tb« uauiv ot "woaa/ of ¦jriB' pa thy." Wll0 POwDER iUMwIMi^Mil tt— tnm Ivnt t ¦!»••• pABtlOMM BOVM BAMNO MWMR CO., NIW VOBK. THE SUNDAY SCHOOL INTERNATIONAL LESSON COMMENTS FOR OCTOBER 19. ¦aldMti lUtaralaK Proat CarUvlty, Kasa 1,. 1- II—Goldta T«it, Psa. «aav., •• SiMnoty Taraat, a, 6—<ioi igiilary •¦ tka l>aya I<«aaoa. I. The proclamation of King Cyrni to return (va. 1-41. 1. "First year of t^yroB." That Is his flrst year aa lolt klnc at Babylon. Ue was king, twenty years before this, of Klaiu and Brada- ally extended his empire over tbe Pei^ alans and Modes, Babylonlana and Chaldeana. For two years after tlM capture of Babylon Darlna waa king of Babylnn under Cyrus. Now CynM reigned at Babylon. "Word ot tht Lord." Sec Jer. 25;12; 20:10, Th* promise woa that after sevonty yrart tbe Lord would bring Hla peopl* again to Palestine. "Stirred up—Cy> rus." There Is goo.1 reason to accept tbe Jewish tradition according to Jo- aepbus, that Daniel, occupying n blgh position In the court of (^yrus, brought to bis attention the propbeciea ot Isaiah, whlcb name Cyrus as Uod'a servant fisa. 44;2«-28; 4S;l-4), and per> bapa. also, tbe propbeciea of JeremMh. showing tbat God bad for Ibis pnrpoa* given Babylon Into tbe handa of Cjrrvt. "Made a proclamation." Bee chapter 0. "In writing." To prevent any ml»- take oc reversal. 2. "God of heaven." Hence the CoB- trolirr of all men nnd nifaira. "Uod ot heaven" seems to have been a uaual title of the Supreme Being among the Perttana. At thla time the Medo-Per- alan empire waa very extenaive, ex- tendlDg on the east to tbe Bed 8ea, ob tbe nortli to the BIsck Sea, on the w«at to tbe Island of Cyprus and Egypt and on tbe south to Ethopla. "Halk charged me," etc, Cyrua probably ae- cepted tbe prophecy of laalab aa • charge to build Ihe temple. "The es- iatence of preillcttons In whlcb, 900 years before be was born, hla vIetMV loua enveer and the Imiiortant aerrieea he sboiild render to the Jews ware foretold, led htm to acknowledge tbat •11 bis kingdoms were gifts bcatowed on hlm by 'the I,ord God of heavea,' nnd prompted hlm tn fulflll Ibe dnty which had lM>eii laid upon him long before his birth. This waa tbe aourco and origin of Ihe great favor bO showeil to the Jews." .1. "Who ta there among yon." The return waa t* be a volunteer movement. "Ilia Qod be with Mm." A pious wish. Indicat¬ ing the deep religious feeling and good¬ ness of hfnrt which ebnraeterlxed Cy¬ rus alone of P(;rslnn monarehs. Ho ruled his nubjeels like n father. Kti nobler chnraoter nppenrs In nnclOBt history. "Lot lilm go." As the carry- lug nway «.r the Hebrews hnd taken place at IntorvniH of fnini seventy to flfty years before, there were but few nf the original exiles remaining, and It Is somewhat remarkable that so ronny nf their descendants, nearly S0,000 In all, should b< willing to go tn a coun¬ try they had never seen. "Build tho bouse." This was their great errand, not to build their own houses, but tho house ot tiod. "He is the God." Wo ran understand this grent truth far more clearly than could Cyrus. Ijtt ua tee tn It that we live out tbe knowledge which we possets. 4. "Whosoever remalnetb," BoBM persons nf true nnd eminent piety so sltusleil thnt they did not deem It their duty tn gn, as Daniel In the court nf Cyrus; others were hindered by old age. Many more reinrned than wo read of bring r.irried away captive. "I.«t tbe uien-belp him." Let the beatben population help hlni. "Kreo will offering." Prnhshly tbat made hy Cyrua himself. II, The enpllven make prepnratlona for the reiurn (vs, n-n I. R. "Chief of " the fathers." Venrrable men, hrndi of families, aome of whom bad aeeu the flrst temple, "Judnh and BenJanlB." Tbrse tribes, last exiled, were the Brat to return. But tbat there were many from the other trlhi^s also wbn retnroad appears from many other passages. B, "Strengthened their handa." Their nelgbbors helped tliem and eootrlb- l| nted liberally. 7. "Cyrus—brought forth." etc. Nebuchadnezsar fittio thought that he was nneonselnnaly prr- aervlng the aarred vessels nf Israel in a safe and Inviolable atrnnghold, till the day when Jrbovah would brlag about their restoration lo Ills people. H. "Sheshhnzxnr." The Cfaaldee or rertlan name ot iSerubbabel, gtr«B bim at nonrt as other namea war* giveu to Daniel and bis friends. BoTB tn Rnbylop ond named by hla frlkaAt Zernbbabel (exile In Babylon). Bo was recogiiiaed as hereditary prlneo •( Jndab; was lender of the flrst conpMV of exiles aud director of Ibe rebnUdlag of tbe temple. 11. "All thr vessels," etc. Tbla »•¦• tier, .MOO. Is more than double the aMB of verses I) and 10, which waa 2IW> It ia probable tbat only the larger ar more costly vessels were nuuiberad la detail, and tbe .'>4<io Includes a grMt number of imaller nnd less coatly onea. Bo they are reckoned by J«^ pbns. In the hialory of ibe reatoratlM of the Jewa to I heir country, tba naBMB of three Jewlih Iradera and of tbrM Persians are prominent. Tha flnt Jewish leader was Zemhbahel. wbB left Babylon under Ibis proclaaiailOB of Cyrus. II. c. !Wfl, seventy yeara attar tbe flrst riu>tivity. Afler so Interval of nbont twenty years h" was eoaMad to eoraplrtc tbe rebuilding of the tMB> pie. Id the reign nf Darius Hystaapan, aerraty years after the drstrurtloa 0( tbe temple. Tlie second Jewish leader was Kcrs, who went up from Babyloa. about eighty years after Kernbbabtl, lo the seventh year of Artaxersea LoaglroaDus He labiirrd eliiefly la restore the iDStitnllons of Mosea. Tli* third Jewish Irsder was .Nebemlab. wbo wtnt up from Kusa, or Mtanahaa. in the twentieth yenr of Ibe same Ar- taxerxia. He reli.illt the wall and aet up the gates of Jerusalem and pc* noted laany reforms. T« Basarailss a Bnitttttt. Theodore Rooaevelt has fllod an B^ plication In the district eoiHt tt Oioaba. Neb., to lie admltlad to CM1> teoahip io the I'nited Btate*. He WBB a aobjert of Emperor ITraBa - - *- of Aniitrla. and served la tbo . Army. He waa in PrartdeBt relt'a Boogb Rider Reglaieat Urlag BOW U the aand hilla «( WaatMM |M\ braaka. be wants to boeov* b •o ha aay 01* a clala ob ••¦• Ctof«|> MBt iBBda la Cbtrrr OMBMir.
|Title||Nassau County Review 19051013|
|Title||Nassau County Review 19051013|
NASSAU COUNTY REVIEW
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A rAMILT MKWSPAPBK or LOCAL, AND OINXKAL, ISTIIal^IOKMCB
tima*; •!.•• TBAUT 11 ABTAIvB
FREEPORT, N. Y., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 13, 190.5.
JOmi J. BAKPALLk ProatileDt
P. WB8IJH PI MB. Tlea-Piaaldeiit
WIIXUM S. HALUCaoMot
JhhaJ RaadaU Aiiaiiat InmIc
IW* Om WUUaai O. Milka
iH.Coniirall Poalal B. BaTOO*
• ¦.BaU Bareayaaadtk <]«inall.BaBdan
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iBWdattna aa far aa la
it iritli etauatTatHa Baaacaaaat. fataaoM al Ika rata of « par coot. paM oa ttaMlapoalla. Ihraa owatha or mon. Dnlta liiiii aa all paita o( Baroiia. Bwa a ••aaral banUiid boalBeia. .AjUa—ta of eorporaliona, eompaniaa, a»
BrtlMiatWaeliaa (aaranlaed. hqatataa will leeaim prompt attaatloa aad iaahoanallr aaawertd.
BANK OF I
UUg* AMt ¦mKtUI* CMrtr*. L. L
BHUM R. BMITH. PraoMaat
THOMAS ff. KNIGHT. Vlr»-I»ra«l.l«i»t BBBGEN T. RAINOB,
¦•irt af Mretttrt
fleonte W. DsTiaon Thomtt O. Kiil(lit
Ji4in Vincent Hirmnt R. Smitli
Olantwortb D. Comlwt Waaler B. Snilh
Charlta W. Harea Charlea L. Wallaea
Arrender Smith Antlfn Cornwall
Jolui W. DeMott Joha T. DaTiooo
Kdward T.Thnntoo Hamilton W. Poam
THE MOUSE OM THE HILL.
Their are all ^ne away,
Tbe houae la that .nd ttill. There it nothiog more to tay.
Throufh broken woMt and gray
The windi blow bleak and thrill; They are all gone awajr.
Nor i« there one to-day
To apeak them good or ill; There it nothing more to tay.
Why it it then we utray
Aronnd that tunken till? They are all gone away.
And our poor faney-play
For them ia watted tkill; There it nothing more to tay.
There it ruin and decay
In the hnuae on the hill: They are all gone away. There is nothing more to tav,
—Edward Arlington Kubinson.
"Bnt not to give more pnln thnu is necessary, nor turn tbe face black.' Said Eve.
With a irrnve face he compounded the ponder and banded It aero«g tbe counter. Eve took It, (tave him the feiv cents he asked nnd walked off. Once at borne she neiit straiglit to her room and undresfted herself aud retired to beil. taking the powder with ber. Once
^^HOUSEHOLD .^fi .^ AFFAIRS
siG wm mm
$101,000 Cash Packaee Stolen From the Adams in Pittsburg,
NEW YORK STATE NEWS
TO IMPROVE THE FISH. Salt water flsh are much Improved,
or twice she tasted with the tip of | ,„',., ^j,^ Housekeeping, if they are 'T WAS ALL IN SMALL BILLS
We do a general Banking Butineat of l>epeaU
and oecouDt. Interefit paid nn gpeelal Dapoolta. Drafu ItHded on England and ttie ConttaoBC Vour ratrouago Solicited. l
Bankinii Hoiirt: ta. H. to 3 r. ¦.; SatQldar, i
• a. m, tolJ m. ]
Diwount D«7t:Tue.^diii-«aiid Frida»a,»A. «• j
OP FRBBPORT, N. Y.
BottTBix Datis, Pnaident
iam K. ELDRtDOB. Vioe-lVea.
O. MlLTOB FOBBMAV, Oaihiar
BNAb Jacksom Ebhbst S. Ransall DabbOi Ifobbuon Rorwbll Oatis
JoBB K. Eldridob
0. MiLTOH FORBMAB
' ^t do t seaenl iNuikiiic bnaineai of ttftM Mid ¦eoonnt.
Dklag Bonn: 0 A. U. to 8 P. M. artardayi. » A. M. to la M. /^ >>
NOTICE TO CRCWTORS
J boaliiaat, at hla rrai- ^ aaConiitr, N. Y., on af 1 al Oetohaanaak.
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USBT 9. CXOCK, XxaeDtof.
nOTpOni n* It
MOTKC TO CREINTORS
yjbaaaut la iaonter ol Boa. Bosab Jaci- ¦oa, Itamnta « the Coiutr of Naaaan, nmiea whaNbg flraa to all paraoaa haTlng elalrat acalaot
MTUMNA WM, Uta ol tba Town ol Hemnalaad, In th,i laid Oaaatr.4aeeat-d, t«i urea^DC the tanw with the aowaara thenar. t« tha tubacribsn, tba axaea- ¦ gf Mu Laat Will and Teatamant of aald do- t their placa nf trantaeting bntinvta, at ot their atUiriiey, Sidney 11. Swi.a..jr 1.. aata Btiaet, Fieeiiort. N. Y., ou or belora anaaaMi du ol NoTenhar noit. ataalllneola, April Ziiiil. KM.
AUAH Hi'HNailiaK, I
PaiMrdaAta, V Riecntort, HaaaTUaAaa, )
AMornan lor tlia KineuUir, Mala Blroat, Fievport, N. Y.
DIL WILLIAM J. STEELE
Harrlaon Araoaa BALDWIN, L. I. •flka ¦«¦> TMitnti
lto*a.i(. Loag Dtataaoa,
I le I r. a. Ma Baldwia
I to r r. M. Local, U»
J. W. SOUTHARD & SON
OHDERTAKEBS AHD EIBALISRS
SEAFORD L. I.
Calla promptly attended daj ur night U>MK Dlat. Tal. M fraaport.
Dr. C. C. RAITH
Office hoon. 9 a.m. feo 5 p. m.
Special EneaffemenU can be nuide ereningA from 0 p.m. to 0 p.m.
CLINTON M. FLINT COUNSELOR-AT. LAW
FREEPORT, N. V.
MMT t. MXWM WUTCI I. JWKI
MAXSON A. JONES COUNSELORS AT LAW
MBroodwar KewTorkCHty 1 ^ Evenla«a at M Main 8t. \ H»mpataad.M.Y.
BP^gJIUK b.'.d ;'roiniseil ihat sbe SS_.ISB ivoulil iiu'iiil the lining nf bisiiewoverooat if be would near another and leave
Ihat at home.
er iiKUic was Eva W'loii. and sue bad beeu married live je.'.rs. anil never —never—never—never in all thnt tluie had one unhappy monieut. .Mr. Wilton had been very attentive, very kind. very generous, and had never uiade ber Joaloun. She often said that she was the happiest woman living. Now, as she lookml at the liiiiug and pre¬ pared the silk with which she was about to replace le lorn portion, fhe was thinking these thoughts. Thoy had never had any children, but when I people are all In all tn each other, that I Is uo very great Rrief. All her care
was for him—all his for her. t ",\nd he Is Just Ibc dearest, liest, I truest fellow iu the world." said Eva to herself: "1 am not half good enough for hlm. I wonder what this is In bis pocket; it bulges It all out of shape."
Sbe put her hand Into the breast pocket as shj spoke nnd drew out a little package wrapped In paper and tied with blue ribbon.
"Something he baa bought for me, 1 expect," said Eve. "1 wonder what It Is? 1 think that I won't open It until he comes homo."
SLe laid tbe silk across the hole, cut It out and bngted It down. I wonder what it Is
SEYMOUR SNEDEKER COUNSELLOR'AT LAW HamiMtaad
BOoala Htapatead Bank BnUdlns Oaraor Mala-aad rnlton Btroeu
SIDNEY H. SWEZEY
¦hot ta loaa m tmt Mi Mirtiaii
¦ Broadway, Maw Tork
¦oaklaiMa, Uala 8t.,Borth of ULB.R.,Braaport
132 NMsau St
NEW VORK BALDWIN. NASSAU CO.. L i
"Tom did mean to ret me au opera |^_"'; ^Vhcu a hi'Iy .ii'k
glass, I know, but this Is not Ihe shape
of the parcel. It doesn't seem like a
book. It might be lace wound on a
card—real lace." I "1 do wonder what it is?" said she,
and then hemmed down the patch. I "J'here wasn't much to mend, after all. j I thought the tear much longer. He
caught It on a nail lu tbe otflce. .Now, I I wonder what Is In tbat package?"
Eve put the coat over a chair and i took up the parcjl.
i "Tom won't mind." she said. "I will j lust take a peep. J'ni sure it's for me." I 'i'hon she uudid the ribbon, unfolded j Ihc paper, ai. saw letters. I "Dear Toin! He keeps ray letters
next his heart, and he has never told
Money to Loan on IVlortgages
la toy tumm lacaaty. lUUMC lOAM. loMM tt i cooMMt yoor oinAiw. Alliaa«laiaiacc