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Inter Lake, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1904, Kalispell, Montana Sunshine Woulfl von make sonic saddened heart Just a mtic lighter Would you make some burdened life Just a little brighter Drop a word of hope nncl Set tlio echoes ringing With your notes of endless As you go Would you smooth the rugged patl Down along lifes highway Would you plant the rose of love In some lonely byway Just a deed of kindness done Clears tho path before us Anil the lilies of Gods love Bloom and blossom oer Just a little word of clicer Lightens every duty Just u smile will often show wreathed in Sprinkle sunshine as you go Comfort the Anil your glad reward shall he Heavens choicest i ural but the cattle have as you ciin see almost any day iii the Horses Tiie favorite pet for boys and girls is a but the most useful is a only it is more expensive to and therefore city boys and girls are debarred from this But if you should buy a big or lie sure you buy a good one a biting horse is worse than The simplest plan is to buja horse you a horse you have seen ridden and driven at least a If you dont know any horse you had better get a friend to buy one for better learn how to detecthis good and bad A horses head indicates his charac ter very much as a maus Vice is shown in the eyes and mouth in telligence in the eye and in the in the mobile nostril arid active The size of the the thinness of the the thinedged nos tho and thla flue mans and are indications of fine with good limbs and muscular insures a consider able degree speed in the The stupidly lazy horse that drivers call a lunkhead has a dull usually a narrow forehead and con tracted He is always a blunder forgets himself and stumbles on smooth gets himself and owner into difficulties anil is generally He needs constant care and watchfulness on the drivers part and iou had better let him Showmans An amusing little game for boys and one which will produce nuicn laughter and is explained Let some boy of the party preteudto be a claiming to able to show each guest any animal he or she wishes to The all save the boy acting the part of the magi are invited to leave the entering an adjoining A girl assistant stands at the door connect ing the two and calls oue person at a time into the clos ing the door securely so that the as yet uninitiated may not see the fate of their On entering the parlor the boy or girl is asked by the magician What animal do you wish most to see The person questioned names some maybe a whereupon the magician says Close your eyes Then he quickly re moves a small mirror from tho inside of his holdjng in front of the subjects closed he com mands Behold tho or naming the of asked The boy or girl opens his or her eyes to gaze at his or her own image and tho laugh is indulged in the soul ones Then victim 1 is allowed to sit down and enjoy seeing each guest in turn sold in tho same ridiculous man and as the crowd of spectators becomes larger the merriment be conies for the boys siiis present enjoy most keenly seeing their friends turned into animals tno pleasure of the arc of a nurse whoso linguistic at alumouts are inflexibly limited to Rejane is a sprightly little miss with raven black xplained last evening that it was ery dull having no one to converse It got very lonely in Just ancy nurse not being able to speak MUier French or and she is ears years older than I am I felt I must speak to some one die So I set to work and learned in a few Rejane her third she is to begin earning Afterward she will taught Her father is an accomplished lin so Rejanes is evidently a case of hereditary Will Tramp Far for James Le a civil war will walk from Cincinnati to Washing ton this fall in an attempt to vindicate his name of a courtmartial charge which keeps him from getting a pen Le Barre has already made one trip to the capital on the same mis but a short session of congress cut his hope short after he had tramped all the way from Cincinnati over country roads covered with Le Barre says the charge of desertion booked against him is mistake and points to the record of his discharge from the Sixtyfirst Ohio Eleventh army after the days of the civil The records show an honorable he Though age has bent his Le Barre vows he will not give up his fight and will tramp again to Washing ton to present his claim to the next session of The hurried bachelor who exchanges a little piece of Manila covered cabalistic and terrifying blots and for his shirts and collars a Chinese has an inherent conviction that Chinese is the most difficult language to If he ever does give it a it is more than probable that he has satisfied himself given the brief space of years aud a comfortable resi dence on a desert so that his attention would not be he might learn to count up to 100 in the language in which is enshrined the analects of Confucius and other mas terpieces of Eastern To be told that there is a way by which Chinese is made easy is likely to prove too much for his While undeniably there would be a fascination in being able to know what dent when we arc told that words have neither gender nor declension that verbs have no conjugation and may be either or even that the language is composed mainly monosyllabic which are really root ideas and that a word may be used either as a adverb or conjunc depending simply on the context or as the exigencies of the surround ing words The Chinese have never constructed a grammar for their language as understand a but the lan guage does adhere to certain forms in the use of which are necessary to spealc aud write the language cor The Chinese language is with out an but for the purposes of the number of strokes in a which is a to some ex acters used to write these sounds mean beauty prosper and the verb which means to bow the Washingtons birthday becomes in Chi nese literally Beauty prosper to bow the head live does not sound very but the Chi nese appreciate the real The word this is always expressed as now in For this morning is now in Chi kum Once thorough ly grasped the use of the Chinese verb is not nearly so difficult as is the verb in other The Chinese verbs express the idea only and un dergo no change ofinflection on ac count of tense or nothing like a conjugation to be To express the time of action other words are added to the which by their presence give an MADE TO SERVE MAN DOMESTIC ANIMALS DEVELOPED FOR HIS Getting Ready for All nature is now getting ready lor the cold The trees tna leaf eiirly in the spring arc protectini the coming buds with down and woo the birds and beasts are putting on their winter changes ot plumage am fur and even certain of the insects ar growing warm No only is thu fur of outdoor animals growing longer and but most of them are putting on underclothing oc short hairs growing among the roots of the longer The beau tiful cashmere shawls arc made from this inner wool on the Overshoes are worn by a largo num ber of In the late fall fringes of sharp points grow on the toes ot the ruffled and the feathers on the feet of the ptarmigan are much broader and staffer than in and really act as snowshoes to keep the feet from sinking into the soft At by the aid of these these birds can scratch their way into a drift and lie there well or dig deeply into the snow for the wintergreen and partridge ber ries that lie close to the warm Some of the smaller animals also wear The hairs grow so long and so stiff on the feet of some of the rabbits that one Western spe cies is called the snowshoe A Whistling Doubtless youve read about the whistling bombs or whistling rockets did you ever hear or see a whistling arrow It is very simple to construct First procure a section of light bamboo saw it into several pieces of varying the longest about two or three Then cut a hole near the end of each one and plug the other end with a piece of The open end is to be the Tie each to the arrows end by a string long enough to allow the bamboo pieces to hang over the top of the bow so they will not interfere with the arrows As the arrow is discharged the ban CHINESE This tho gay drum can be readily made by cutting out and fastening together the Scissors and a pin only are Story of a Deadhead As a passenger train from Cedar Keys to Jacksonville was running at a lively some cattle on the track cansed the train to slacken speed almost to a When the slowed to prevent running over the a large black bear trottej leisurely out of the woods and climbed ripon the platform of the car to if there was anything of an nature He had got on tbe front platform of the express finding the door decided to his search in the In he found three nice strings of all of which he transferred to fcis During the time the bear was taking his lunch the baggagemas ter discovered him and notified tbe and the two men think of nothing to do but start the When the train the swaying of the car shut the and all thought an important capture had been The bear soon be came tired of his aud looked about for means of Nothing appeared so vulnerable to attack the windows in the side of the were protected by iron rods about a half inch in He selected these and clawed the woodwork about it very He then evidently caught three or of iron bars with his glv ing them a broke and twisted off His was then forced through the aperature and struck the ground like a rubber He turned two or three somer rsaults and ambled off into tho Why Cows Dislike Why should a cow so hate a dog 5f only an innocent Httle poodle hap into a pasture with a cow you will see a lowering of horns and a of feet that sends the poodle scampering for place of Tbe dates back for hundreds of xyears to the time when all dogs were all cows were shaggy almost as There was a warfare between and the wild nearly every iad to use horns and hoofs tokeep them and their calves from being by the hungry Dogs been for so many hundreds of years the close of men that they have forgotten some of their nat Fun Fun Alive is a game played by any number of pelsons with eight large called game and forty smaller forfeit The game cards are all blank except called the catch on which the words Fun Alive are printed in large let On each oC the forfeit cards a forfeit is The forfeit cards are face in the middle ot the and the game is begun by one players taking the game shuffling and pre senting them to his lefthand neigh who draws If it be the catch he must at once draw a forfeit and do as it Then the player who shuffles the game cards and presents them to his left hand and so When a player draws a blank card he takes no forfeit and the next one draws at The game continues thus as long as the players How Arrow Is Made and boo pieces tail out behind it and the velocity of the arrow causes the air to rush into their open heads and out again through the small holes which gives very nearly the same ef fect as a The stronger the bow the more whistles will the arrow be able to sustain in its ot a proportionately greater amount of Baby an Accomplished Little Rejane who resides vrHa her parents in York is something of a wonder She speaks as many languages as she is years of Although not quite Rejane prattles fluently in Italian and In the baby lin guist has invented a mixture of the three languages which she addresses exclusively to her Rejane was born in Her mother is French and her father Ital She converses with both parents in their native A few months ago Rejane was brought to London and placed in the Wind Has Queer In the neighborhood of Buenos Ayres in South America there is a north wind which sweeps over plains covered with marshes and becomes overcharged with The ef fects produced in tho human body are PERIOD those strange combinations of strokes on a Chinese laundry ticket yet no one is likely to take up the study of a language to gratify a satisfaction so That there is a genuine value in a knowledge of the Chinese in general lassitude and is vouched for by Wai The pores of the skin are ter Brooks of Columbia uni ducing great liability to sore and Fung Vuet Chinese throat and all consequences of chock missionary in New York City in their of The damp wind ot just published by the Mac La Plata seems to affect the temper milan entitled Chinese and disposition of the The Made Easy irritability and ill humor it excites in In explanation of the comparative them amount to little less than a tern ease with which spoken Chinese may porary derangement of their be for it must be understood It is a common thing for men among that there is a difference between the the better classes to shut themselves spoken and the written up in their houses during its for the word In tion and lay aside all business till it German we must whether has passed while among the lower the word hand be of femi classes it is always remarked that nine or neuter gender in cases of quarreling and Spanish or Italian we must recall more frequent during the north witids than at any other Even mur derers are said to lay It to the blame of their foul how does the southwest blow ing from the dry and snowy summits of the set in than health and comfort and peace are whether the word be of masculine or feminine gender whereas in as in all we need burden our memory with is the word in Cantonese is Once the word sow is irrevocably fixed in our The simplicity of such a language is at once selfevi tent fix its place in the which begin with which means and the sign for which is a single horizontal When it is consid ered that some English words con tain a large number of there are few Chinese word signs with over twenty although the word sign meaning to con tains but if it is used as seldom by the Chinese as it is by the Englishspeaking peoples it is no hard ship to write To express the seasons and years it will be found the Chinese are poeti Next year is bright year New Years day is very ele Begin day the four is Four Times last month is up and in this word will be found what is known as a classi The sounds for up month are sayung ko yut the ko is a classi which is used in a manner simi lar to our a length of a piece of and has also its phonetic For the word not there are several equals not is ung equals not mo equals not and but equals The word high is used according to the context for either it is or The word have is sometimes inferred inia sen tence and not as I not wine meaning I have no wine glass but to express I have wine or I have anything the word meaning is If I have not anything the have is me and my are all repre sented by one ugaw to say mine the possessive kay is added to the and it becomes ugaw The word very is awkwardly expressed by supfun or ten al though there is the equivalent Men are male the plural is shown by the number of men and not by any addition excepting the classi Women arc female The tenses are represented by a He has gone away being rendered He go and sign of past tense thus koe hooe heoo past tense signu The query is represented several different may and nay be ing the most common A birthday in Chinese is a live or sarn When the name of a foreigner is to be it is done so Thus Washing wiiose name is more familiar to Chinese than is generally is expressed by the sounds whar sun which Is fairly The char indication of the exact mood or There are the verbs ending in the sign equivalent to which means to to live to rest or to Thus to sit in a carriage is chow gee mar meaning sit to rest horse the in being In writing thinese one has first to understand there are 214 ar ranged according to the number of strokes required to make which in a equivalent to being al phabetically ig There are six styles of Chinese writ the fanciful a form found in bronze on por the die or square form of writing was formerly used for of ficial the guy or pattern the model of good the harn a stiff running used in the cho or free running an abbreviation of the harn or a kind of which is not always intelligible to an edu cated and the soong the elegant tbe charac ters used in Chinese characters are divided into the metaphorical and The names very aptly describe these all being the surscribeof ancient forms which have and bear only a slight resemblance to their originals Ledger Wherever Humanity Lives There Are Found the Pig and Neglect of the Camel Always a Matter of The three animals that ore most widely spread over the earth are the the horse and the These animals did not spread through their own but were developed by and gradually rendered adapt able to practically every place where man himself can Cattle entered America simultane ously with its for Colum bus introduced Spanish steers cows in In 1525 they were in troduced into which offered ideal conditions for From Mexico they spread into where the new conditions of range and feeding de veloped a race of cattle that became known as Texas and these ani mals are typical of rangebred cattle of America The had it origin in and Its first conquest was that of eastern Asia and the archipelagoes of the eastern China fell an early vic tim to the love the Records show that the cultivation of the grunt ing porker was a high art in that land as long ago as years before One of the greatest of the Chinese feast days is known by ths name The Koran forbids the use of just as the Mosaic law does hence the pig is not raised in coutries where the Mohammedan law But in all other parts of the world the porker is as popular as the cow or the horse and there are many varieties of due to local causes and to different ways of breeding in different coun as there are varieties of and It has always been a matter of won der to naturalists and economists that the camel did not so widely spread as any of these three animals in the course of its thousands of years of existence as a domestic The camel combines the advantage of ox and horse as draught animal and burden carrier it is of high food value it gives excellent milk its de mands in the form of food and water are exceedingly and its hair is of great While the camel probably could not bear all the ex tremes of climate that the horse or cow can it is by no means a dif ficult animal to as is shown by the fact that it is used as a draught animal in the colder parts of on the Russian and Turke stan in the in Africa and in It is well known that wild which descended from domestic cam els that had been turned were to he found in some of the western send plains of the United States until recent and occasionally there are stories that a herd of them exists in Artistic Menu Artistic menu stands are always ac ceptable and some little Jap anese ones greatly admired at a lunch eon the other day could easily be copied and made at home by clever These consisted of the ordi nary plain cardboard stands surmount ed by small Japanese tissue paper cov ered These had burst to allow the passage of the shoulders of the daintiest little Japa nese A little thin had been put inside one so that thus stiffened it could In some cases the little people held tiny branches of some tiroes miniature lanterns on the small est of or little fans were All the body below the waist was cut off to avoid a clumsy and topheavy and the edges dress were neatly gummed behind at the back of the They were A BOYS CARD How to Hold the Card There is something for the It does not make a noise like the danger ous toy but it is a more amus ing and more interesting toy in every The Illustration shows how the toy There is a slotted handle which is pivoted a slip of wood a notch in the uper Around the notch and the handle is sprung a strong rubber On the lower end of tho wooden slip Is a short pin and a slight To use the yon stick the card on the and pull back and suddenly release the The card swings around on the strikes the is thereby lifted off the pin and goes flying through the air to a great height or A little practice will enable you to skim the card 100 Study the illustration yon can make the skimmer Deception in The amount of deception that is practiced in the manufacture of all kinds of textiles is far greater than most people have any conception There are very few heavyweigbt woolen cloths that are free from such substances ns shoddy or They serve there a useful purpose of giving weight and warmth to the garment a comparatively low without de tracting from Its outwardappearance and possible Shoddy is the article mostly depended on for heavy weight but for the lighter weight goods cotton is the be cause It can be spun to a finer Laundry Excitement in Eatt There Is no Jack of excitement along the line of the East At one of the prin cipal the postmaster found a lion on his front stoop one morning several natives and more than one white officer along the road have been eaten by lions on one occasion an en gine could hardly make its way miles of locusts on the Not That The editor of a New York magazine was talking the other day about the late Frank author of The and a half dozen other strong While Norris was still at he he sent me a striking essay on Beaumont and I accept ed and a litle later Norris came on to New York for a During that week innumerahte changes in his work occurred to and three or four times a day he hurried to my office to add a para graph about Beaumont or to cut out a page about Fletcher from the manu His amused but the clerk who had to get his proofs grumbled and growled consid over trouble he was caus One day as I was returning from my lunch I saw Norris hurry out of the The clerk sat In my and I said Anybody been said the that trouble some Beaumont or whichever his name Good Work Done by In striking contrast to the seclud ed life that the women of India lead jtand out the careers of the six Sora ii Belonging to a high caste they nevertheless broke away rom the traditions of their to England to be educated low each one of the sisters stands out irominently in some line of ne is a another is an art and a third has gone back to her native country as a Christian mission The most distinguished of them is Miss the law She has been working for years with her brains and her pen to right he wrongs that are inflicted upon her shutin countrywomen by their trus who so often defraud them of their A great step toward the success of herefforts has been accom lished for she has been ap pointed by the Bengal government as adviser to Purdah women in the administration of her The Soft At a certain inn on the fashionable eastern shore of the proprietor is noted for his easygoing disposition and his It happened that the coffee was never just and the women after a piazza finally went to theproprietor and He promised to have tbe matter looked into at A week passed with no noticeable improve was again Said one of the women the coffee was worse than ever this chimed in even worse than in where they boil chicory and call it coffee And Ive just had to take chocolate I detest added the third Finally the proprietor with his affable smile and and re marked Was it that weally am glad I took Work of Comedie In the Figaro of last week were published some interesting statistics relating to the dramatic fare present ed at the Comedie Francaise since its From 1680 to 1903 the works of Jloliere received representa j Racine came next with and Corneille with The returns for Marivaux and Beaumarchais during the same period and The most popular play in the Moliere repertory is Le Medecin Malgre With regard to Racine Corneille the most frequently staged works were Phedre and Le Mall Military Chefs A Russian the late Prince Ol instituted a competition for military Each regiment sends two and the successful compet itors receive money watches and other At last compe which took place at the great military camp of Krasno there were gathered men of the Rus sian army Young Freniman to Play Count Louis De Mar quis is about to enter the football lists at Yale and try his brawn and muscle with a big squad of American contestants who are sup posed to have football born in the hone and bred in the The count is in his second year in the Sheffield Scientific He is a strapping young fellow of 200 His mother was an the daughter of Van formerly a well known Wall street The count is a unassuming young He says that his attempt to make the team may be considered rather but that he is surely go ing to make a try for j Legal Costs Are In opening a new pier at Menai a Walsh watering LloydGeorge said that of the pier had had gonein legal Before a local author ity could go to lawyers had fo be he then heaven help the local j
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