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a JUDGE’S OPINION OF WOMEN
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Which is the truthful sex, or, to
modify, which is the less truthful
se.x? Magistrate Mott sayg: "
“There’s this difference 'between ,
• a man and a woman: "When a worn- .
an thinks a thing is so, she is ready
to swear to it. But it’s different j
with a man. He doesn’t swear .to j
anything unless he kfiows it.” . I
Wait till .you hear the howl that
goes up from the all potential She 1
when the full force of the magis- j
traio’s remarks strikes in. She will- ;
ipg to.swear to a think! She not ,
sure of licr facts! She an untrust- f
worthy witness! Wow!
Magistrate Mott has in the past .j
said and done things which have ;
caused the man among us to name J
him anathema, but until this utter
ance he hadn’t succeeded in draw
ing down upon his aged head the
wrath of the feminine. But a storm
approachcth. One needs not to look
at the barometer or to read the
weather reports furnished by Broth
er Moore to be apprised of a disturb
ance en route.
It comes right down to this: Is
woman intentionally or unintention
ally a liar ?
Let’s hear from the sex.—New
He Took tho Deor.
Not long ago Professor N.' R.
Leonard, who was called recently to
tho presidency of tho mining college
at Butte, Mon., feeling indisposed,
consulted his physician, a German,
very scientific and acknowledged as
one of the leading men in hia pro
fession in Montana. The doctor
advised Mr. Leonard to work less
at the desk, exercise more outdoors
and take beer as a tonic, something
tho professor had never cared for.
The doctor met his patient a few
days later as he was leaving the col
lege and stopped to inquire how he
was feeling. ,
“About the same,” replied the
“Did you take beer as I directed ?”
inquired the physician.
“Yes,” responded the professor;
“I took it a few times, but it be
came so nauseous that I had to dis
“How much did you take ?”
“Why, I bought a whole bottle
and took a spoonful before each
meal,” answered the professor.
An Uneolved Problom.
Mrs. Emmons Blaine of Chicago,
whoso scheme of employing servants
by relayB and only for certain pre
scribed hours attracted such atten
tion a few months ago, has had to
give it up. Report has it that after
faithfully testing tho plan Mrs.
Blaine retired-to the country this
summer, a perfect wreck—utterly
worn out through her efforts to
solve the servant question in a way
hailed by theorists as the only salva
tion both for maid and mistress.
“Somewhat recuperated,” says the
New York Sun, “Mrs. Blaine will
venture back f to Chicago this win
ter, but her house, the scene of the
late domestic experiments, will re
main closed. She lias taken *air
apartment. Her meals will be taken
at a restaurant, and whatever serv
ice she requires will bo performed
by the attendants of the apartment
house. Tfc begins to look as if the
only way to get rid of the servant
question was to get rid of the serv
Man’s Body In a Shark.,
Thp other day a Carnarvon man,
who is engaged on the Liverpool
steamship Canada, writing home to
ibis relatives, referred to the capture
of a big sharks at East Lond'on,
South Africa. When ripped open,
, the monster, ■which measured eight
een feet long, was • found to hqive
quite recently swallowed a ^soldier
bodily. The man’s body and uni
form were intact save for a small
portion of one shoulder, which had
been cut off.—London Globe.
Health and Beauty.
A poor complexion is usually
the result of a torpid liver or ir
regular action of the bowels. Un
less nature’s refuse is carried off
it will surely cause impure blood,
t' . Pimples, boils and other eruptions
follow. This is nature’s method
of throwing off the poisons which
the bowels failed to remove. De-
Witt’s Little Early Risers are
world famous for remedying this
condition. They stimulate the liv
er and promote regular and heal
thy action of the Jbowels but never
cause errinimr. cramns nr diefani*
. A Common Governor.
The Kansas Gity Journal says,
that some of the young women com
posing An orchestra visited the Kan
sas statehouse the other day. They
Were wandering aimlessly about
when a gentleman, observing that
they were strangers, took them into
the office of the governor and in£ro-r
dueed them to that dignitary. Gov
ernor Stanley is an adept at making
people feel at ease, and he soon had
the young women laughing and jok
ing at.a great rate, but the most
amusing thing of all did not occur
until the party had passed from the
governor’s office into the corridor.
There one of the girls commenced
to jump up and down and said ex
citedly: “Glory, glory! Now I can
go home and tel! papa that at last
I have seen a live governor. But,”
she continued more soberly, “I did
nor expect to find a governor so
common that ho would meet people
without his uniform on.”
Fruit at Meals.
Wo put ripe fruit on our tables
as a “dessert,” as,.a finish .wherewith
to round off a repast already suffi
ciently substantial. In reality it
ought to be allowed for as part of
that meal. Ripe fruit rarely if ever
digests properly when eaten after
other food. Its place in the dietary
is undoubtedly in between more sol
id repasts. Cooked fruit should
form part of a course or possibly
the entire portion of the sweet
course at luncheon or dinner and,
indeed, at breakfast also, if you will,
for with many people cooked fruit is
never better liked than at the table
set for the first meal of the day.
Sweet Potato Pineapple.
Sweet potato pineapple is a pret
ty way to serve this popular vege
table. Boil, peel and mash four or
five good sized sweet potatoes. Add
one large tablespoonful of butter,
one tablespoonful of very light
brown sugar, one teaspoonful of
lilt, one pinch each of mace and
grated nutmeg. Mold this into pine
apple shape and place on a buttered
tin. With tho tip of a teaspoon
make tiny depressions to resemble
the dots in a pineapple. Into each
one put a wee bit of butter. Light
ly brown in a hot oven. If you wish,
you can make a small pineapple for
each one at the table.
What He Waa Told.
“Say,” said the funny man as he
paused in front of the depositors’
window in a downtown bank, “are
you the teller ?”
“Yes,” was the reply. “What can
I do for you, sir ?”
“Oh,” replied the f. m., “I merely
wished to ask what you tell.”
“I tell people who have no busi
ness hero to trot along to the far
thest extremity and be seated,” re
joined tho weary clerk.—Chicago
Connecticut is the latest to take
up the question of reforestation.
Many states have awakened to this
fact, but the damage already has
been done, and it will be a hard
matter to find a remedy.—Los An
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Boys, Remember Thlo.
Sharp eyed men of business take
note of a boy’s, general appearance
in making up their estimate of what
he is worth. A straightforward,
manly bearing will help any lad to
get his way in the world, while the
haphazard sort of a way usually sug
gests to the observer a correspond
ing character. Manliness is not a
garment you can put on and off'like
your Sunday coat. It must have its
foundation in the heart or it will
be a flimsy sham that will^ deceive
Tommy at School. »
Visitor—Well, Tommy, how are
you gettipg on at school?
Tommy (agpd eight)—Pretty well.
I ain’t doing as well as some of the
othervboys, though. I can sfand on
my head, but I have to put my feet
against the fepce. I want to do it
without being near the fence at all,
and I guess I can after awhile.—
Up So High.
In the treetops, In the treetops.
Up bo high, up co high,
A little bird sat chirping
When the spring flitted by,
And she built as nice a nest there
Aif ever you did spy.
In the treetops, in the treetops,
Up so high, up bo high,
A little bird sat waiting
„ When summer flitted by.
Bo happy alter teaching
tier little ones to fly.
In the treetops, in tho treetops,
Up so high, up bo high.
A little bird sat singing
When autumn flitted by.
Then she flew away bo swiftly
To the south. I wonder why?
-Ethel Maude Colson.
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■ Baltimore, Md., March 30, iqoi.
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