Capyri'yM,19M.by w. II. aouncll. nruirnsr.
J? Child’: Passion and a woman‘:
Madame zelie de Lussiin,
the prime donns, b eI rs
purposes pu ll Imuss- woiromllirs.i?.oosevelt. Then Theodorswould of the senate, while he
merit, she happen d to be smile all over likes happy schoolboy, d any: l g I mom 1- a nut
st asessid resort at vvh ch Abs, now I'll e s the home news.’ uverpowerin ly dlgnliisd
a some Bu people er never Roosevelt would write “home," he ‘body, b all the name be
staying. Among he latter would rarely hi] to Is : ,, is one of the most generous
ZELIE DE LUSSAN, wssalittle deal and dumb ‘ say, Deb. did you mail that letter of 4%. udgeal t aworl I th
mmuhonnu. lrl. sin r toolr miner Yes! Are you ure v 'X mete 0 0 ha...
gr king to the child. several days belore the President reached Miss ans” 1;. us will even admlttl..t.
She spent much or her time in the aid on s Sim Frsnciseo, he tailed to hear lrom his wile. gm-gong. w.,,,,.,, my nee ,, .
. one dny,w on they we romp- He was ii-owning like I storm cloud, Ind poor tellectuul qualities, end
lug together up an down the sand the deal w s worried, for he conldn’t “iIlg" up I such summon .1w.y. “site. in. pfoloundagf,
and dumb child in the exuber nce r wild ..gmi,. 'e,,,
joy, suddenly tu’rned and hit through the thin
muslin of De LussIn’s sleeve and deep into the
Ever since, should the prlmn donna be in
Buffalo or its vicinity, she never fails to call at
the home oi the deal snd dumh girl-now grown
tow h od. As in-
she converse: with
language, never tiring oi repeating the story at
the scar upon
Three Letters From His lbllfe
President Roosevelt. not-
‘ ' y act-
home circle of the White
M, the Preaiyrnssinzm noose-
ls absent irom Mrs. '
Roosevelt, he never iorge
to write her very oiten-s
most I" y, if ire m-
t nces rm! His friends claim that he is
lover-like in his attachment to his estimable
wife. This was shown during the President’s
gre Western trl to the Plicliic coast l
spring eerlye erydey he eiths rote. 1'
Great‘. bundles 0! news-
P ivate Secretar Losb was intrusbed with Ill
this delicate an mportsnt work-and iaith
his room dies in ed. n hour lsterahig
ck oi sil wIs placed in Loeb hInds. He
rushed thro g the mass whirlwind,
n Ind-ionnd three delayed letters iram M11.
ta Copyright, isa:,oy cune-
“You must dig me up I letter, Loch; this
thing is getting monotonous."
n would hand Roosevelt I letter or
“Some mistake, Loeb; some rnistalre about
this," itooscvcltglrept saying; “Losb,
hold you respons e.”
on the iourth niglit the president retired to
Loeb hounded up stairs and rapped on the
Roosevelt, opened the
door, grasped the letters, Ind exclaimed:
-t h. Loeb, thanks my lad, you have saved
it was hard to tell who was the happier-
Roosevelt or Loeb.
The City Good Enough for Him
“Bo -l y e, Firs
The iolluwiug was his rs-
i -t was very
kind of Mr. ? to recon:
Y and Z clnb oi
n’: now me very well, A
or he wouldn't do it. I hnto
he sight, smell snd taste
of dish. I wonldn’t live in the woods with bnga
Ind dies and things tor the whole state of
iully he discharged it, too. All the President's
l 4’ ,
1 shall 0
lor e vote approached, and
Just then Bill liiasou meandcrcd down the
Ilsle, srld plant ng hirnseli right below these
ladies, beamed u with that expan
i is, which has never
ted. iliiss Anthony grew
is there?” was uslred. be ng
“ e. h-” pel-iecu
“Well. what is the matter?" gge and he
“lsettersathree rorn your wil ."
out or bed bounced
vading smile o
looked up and don
said 0! him
dsily Ittendsnt at thecs E”
y at home and stood up the
n the row on both sides of
1 must not
u see you while you are
ior you lrnow how the world watches us, an
ait in his eharncter was once the cause
slve I -
t a press do that con-
I front seat.
te Miss Anthony, “do
t man down there tryinf t
it 3 amount (or --
Men alndl Women
crucial and personal mail were lorwardcd lrem “The only game I play la goll. As ior going how reedy it is to rnlsludgs nI.”
place to place as e moved westward. liir. Loeb into camp with the most distinguished men in “Well, liiiss Anthony, on have misjudged
was specially charged with oklng a "r Ill country,’ i believe most any hing would ms this time. iorlarn too well known here for
th's in ii whe the President did not he prelerable. This view a d on expe any an own th to thiulr he could iilrt
hear tram is w e e one a h lire , be e . "y sgood enough lor any civilized w’ hme,eve i a ho co
would mildly end halt looulerly “blow up" human being. Don’tIend me any boolrlets. 1 deltenough to accuse Billy liiaauu M an
his secretary. don’t want them." , of the iriud. lie la not stnlllu for my
‘in; dleitlters irotrn my wile today, noebl" how or i vs! h gins d h
was II a y qnes on. morn n no e n cre, an
Sometimes Loeh would say: “No, Mr. Presl- -5 D9-7'9’-"ed -"""" could hive smiled on ms then i he he -
dent;” and then the chlei Executive would Ex-ssnetor ll ay thingtosmi
irown an sa : mg remsme, .3 l... been Alter a while th n woman went out, In
at the gallery door she
to make his vl-a n
er the gran est woman or the century-or
man either, ior that matter.”
An Instance of the ven-
a day, on
1 til I me )1. 0. rosxss,
see u owe a
tra n was halted auddeul’y t R""""" ”"""""
tare him twoiiays, with,
oi course, additional expenses (or meals and so
eslisysd t sedge,
rs, and h
uecessiully aiter several nIr-
which was nude I
in each .
But when Fosnes put in his voucher for hia
half oi the be it I'll dies ow
an r. Fos
whose purchase had saved
least twenty dollars
it he as put in his sin ior
hire" 0 bout. it would hlve
been approved without question. .
I > .
Lessons In Crayon Dralvvi-pngf
By Henry Hale‘ Snyder
Copyrfyht, 1904. by W. n. aaantll. pnlilwler.
with In all kin I 0
rtnn . These torms include the
and re. As in i-es-hIn
practice one will a is to drew them
-‘tree-hand” without any help whatever.
This is I bod
resented by a
y having six laces and is rep-
hook or box; Ind the slums
. sin. 8.
, . c a r dh o a r d
the dotted lines Ind [old over In the (arm oi I
box and palitevalrlps o paper over s c gee
where tha sides join. Most of the other forms
may ma n ms way. To d aw t
he model on I table I short (ilstlncg
- e the vanishing
tolnt, which may beessily lound by the aid of
HE geometrical iorms are to he met 5",,
‘ nwing, and I
thorough nnderstsndlng OI them is pogjmo
, as a mere
nbe circls,square, pyramid,cylinder
s he i ll
I nar an
some Iy no thoroughly understand whatthe
vanishing point is l e den rto nke
oreclenr. This is ' '
which all lines seem t d bl
n by the dotted llnes
ever position you place it.
gure. 9 so
shoulld he drnwn
oi buildings, etc.
This may be drawn
without the ald ol the
, msklvl I A
square Ind then draw mg
the circle inside or this OEOMI-.‘i'RiCAl's msliss.
touching the four aldea FIG. 9.
so in glue 1 . -
ever, a cirouhr object is seldom represented in
the 0 tion in which it Ippcsrs I perfect
elrc s; it is more or lessell ticsl. Cut I circu-
to 'a point at the vanifshlng point, -
This is shown in hgurs 9, Ind is I tour-sided
the sIms position In the cube.
that it appelra quits dirlereut.
' he rlsln Inrl
in an '
lsr piece oi cardboard and ny on the table i
I P! I!
up an as a rlim
Ira eusl v
' The Square
This, of course
drurlng th square as ncurly periect
en the lead pencil and ace ii
, needs no
gilt line it
oizohiirrizicsx. roams. no. it). g at
as you can
Try lieynoldl Idvlsed his
be represented in outline. It will thtrclore be
taken up in connection with light and
in perspective dnwing, one eye Ilene is to be
Ilitd; to prove the necessity of thin, look
t ell‘ Erst work; that it would only be thrown
ssids Iiler the prnctioe. This is not very good
usoliih-riuoai. FORMS. rluvzxs 11.
triangle Ire three-sided bod-
Thn sphere, which is very important, unnot
ol workiniz: Ind it is wel to k
policy, as one is liable to at in I careless habit
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shorts to compnre with your llter wqr