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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

i.1 i^V 48* FOR A BIG CANAL Scheme Proposed for a Water­ way From the Twin Cit­ ies to the Sea. PLAN THOUGHT PRACTICABLE. The Immense Canal of the Altamonte Company Part of the Project. MINNEAPOLIS, NOV. 22.—President E. C. Gridley of the Duluth chamber of commerce is in the Twin Cities in the interest of the gigantic water power and canal enterprise about to be under­ taken by the Altamonte Canal com* pany of Duluth. An important meet­ ing was held at the Commercial club at noon, representatives of the principal commercial bodies in Minneapolis and St. Paul having gathered there to meet Mr. Gridley and to discuss the plan as to its possible bearing on the commerce of the Northwest., The interest Minne­ apolis and St. Paul find in the project is a proposition to connect the Missis­ sippi with the St. Louis river, and thus open navigation of the river from Du­ luth by means of a canal out from the St. Louis to one of the eastern tribu­ taries of the Mississippi, reaching the latter a...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

MP? a il lf If feV $ II :f- -v'' iiur i-^V'iv (THE FALLS TRANSCRIP1 BY THB TBANBCKIPT PUB. CO. PUBLISHED EVERY -FRIDAY. SUBSCRIPTION' Art"'- VwHtl 8 lUolltllO ~M... rM mouths tlVKHTIHING BATB8 DOW. XITTLE PALLS, If the present highly moral tone if* maintained, one will soon feel justified in speaking of it as "the good city of Chica go."—St. Louis Republic. Editor Stead should return to Chicago and help Mayur Hopkins tuko the credit for stopping gambling in that sinful town.—Milwaukee Kcntincl. Chicago is in gravo doubts whether it Will be nblo to recovcr from the relapse oc­ casioned by tho oxodus of tho gambling fraternity in time for the next census.— Omaha Boo. Chicago gives it out that it will attempt to reform. Tlicro no city in the coun­ try thut needs reform worse than Chicago, and no one Mint i.s less likely to have it.— Lawrence .Journal. A dispatch from Chicago declares that the gumblcrn ure leaving that town. If tho exodus keeps up until all are gone .Chicago's much vaun...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

kP St Page JOB PRINTIWO TIB TRANSCRIPT JOB 0FF1C1 S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT. HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. A son was born to Mr. an|„ Mrs. J. J. Reynolds on Thursday, Nov. 15 A daughter was horn to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Harrison on Thursday Nov. 15. Engineer Pound, who was running on the main line, came down from Staples Saturday and will run the switch engine. W. H. Benn, traveling freight agent of the Minneapolis & St. Louis road, was in the city Saturday look­ ing after business for his company. Peter Lemay had the misfortune Friday of running a null into his hand. The wound was Immediately dressed and no serious results are anticipated. Commissioner Dennis Sheedy, of Swan River, the Democratic member of the board was in the city today. He said, "Did you ever see such a Republican land slide?" The ice which formed on the river the first of the week went out a few days later, but it froze over again last night, and the ice is about half an inch thick and looks as if it ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

•4 II SOjLD His FSRM. How it Farmer Uaed-the JPro» poicd Railroad la Making? o'^ a Qalelv.'.-'.V. ^#8V«fcn V*, •^U.^ 11 ry' 'it- A Little Falls real estntenian wlio, heretofore, WHS of tho opinion that he wfl9:Onto »»U the "tricks of the •trade", if any there fire, flays that a fanner in this county Is now entitled to the championship belt. The farmer wanted to Hell his. property, and knowing of tlmnew line of road to be built, giving Little Fails a, con­ nection with the Great Northern, used It. to advantage. He had a lot of railroad ties left over froth last winter and these he hauled out and piled on either bide of a roadwfcy. He then looked up his man, took him to the farm and showed him where the ties were piled and told liim that between those tie piles was where the road would run. us it had already been located. Of course he talked at considerable length' upon the new road and of the advantages to be derived from having the line run through the farm, which would give the own...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

A1 \-W \:i A VV- 'b Is Sf 9 -fl obSgk '1* a»»v ?^r DON'T BBEAKOLD SOD .ESPECIALLY IP YOUR HOR8ES ARE LIGHT DRAFT AND HIGH SPIRITED. Wh»t Xrnr Veterma Will Jkgre« Good Advlca to the Toaag or Anatcnr Farmer You'd Beat Dimw Konr Xtatt Furrow Ii the Antunm. Maybe you have never held the plow handles behind a steady moving team ol horses or a pair of oxen of atill slowet and more uniform rate of progress. II yon have not, you do not know by ex* perience that plowing is an operation requiring skill and patience as well as plenty of brute strength. If you area farmer's boy, but have not yet gone into the field a-plowing, you will do well to draw the first fur­ row in the autumn rather than in the spring, for although the atmosphere ol autumn is bracing and in its chilliness foretells the freezing atmosphere ol winter, yet it lacks the raw edge of tht springtime air that comes from snow* RACING ACROSS THE LANDS. drifts yet unmelted in the fence oorners and in Jhe gullies of the hillside, an...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

^F-r #j w, S ywr- *3 4 (J *r 1 to HE-COUNT, ?WiH •& n*n iJL- Ordered in Morrison County, of the Vote for Register„ „. of Deeds. ,. tr'*\ ptdtce Searlehas ordered a re-count of the vote for register of deeds of Morrison county. The official re­ turns stave Henry Goulet, Demo­ crat, a may ority of 11 over D. K. Harting, Republican. As there were apparently some irregularties, it was deemed but justice to take this action. J. H. fthodee is attorney for Mr. Hartlng and 0. A. Lindbergh Js attorney for Mr. Goulet. E. F. SJmw aiid H. A. Fritz were appointed to make the re-count, and a third party was to have been chosen by them, but both parties to the contest agreed to dispense with the third party in order to reduce The commission commenced the work Wednesday morning iri Little Falls town. One of the queerest results that fol­ lowed the local county election is the frantic effort being made by Simon Brick to retain the position of dep­ uty auditor. His nerve in soliciting leading Rep...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

iv I :fe DI A DIPHTHERIA. That Dreaded Disease Now an Epedemic at Pwrz( Ui The village of Pier* is now in­ flicted with a diphtheria epidemic and there is no teliinit where it will atop. For the past week there has been two or three deaths, every day —mostly children. When one roeip ber of a family is stricken it is almost certain that others will be taken, too. Houses are quarantined and every precaution taken to prevent a spread of the disease. The schools are closed and will re­ main so until the danger is passed. Relief Work. Mr. Morgan, of the state relief committee was in the city recently investigating the needs oi parties who had suffered loss by lire during the past season. After conferring with the local relief society he re­ turned to St. Paul, and a few days later a box of clothes weighing about four hundred pounds was sent here. Some of the goods have been distributed and there is a consider­ able amount left for distribution.' The local rellief committee is doing excel...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 23 November 1894

13 A Chronicle of Notorious Delu­ sions and Impostures. WITCHCRAFT AND DIABLERIE. Btanatlclftm ud Folly In All Acea and Land*—Evidence to Show That "Wheels In the Head" Is Not Exclusively a Mod­ ern Complaint. (Copyright, 1894, by American Press Associa tion.] IIY are there so many cranks just now, and why so many wild schemes to trans­ form society, gov­ a finance? To this ever recurrent question we get two answers. Ninety-nine out of a hundred explain it by the rapid growth of the country, sud­ den and destructive fluctuations In busi­ ness, tho great influx of foreigners, and so on. Tho other man flatly denies the state­ ment and says there are no more popular delusions now than In any other age when the human mind was active. And history says this hundredth man is right. There are fewer rather than more delu. •ions in this than In other ages, only they are of a different sort. The Coxey move­ ment carried 2,000 or 8,000 men to Wash­ ington the crusades carried as many mil­ lions...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

O^rV?. -'^«v,*1V'l^ ter VOL. 23. A HOT BATTLE. Assault on Port Arthur Vigor­ ously Resisted by the Chinese Forcess THE JAPANESE LOSS LIGHT, But Several Thousand Chinese Were Killed, Wounded or Captured. LONDON, NOV. 26.—The Times pub­ lishes a dispatch from Hiroshima, Japan, giving the report of Field Mar shal Count Oyama, whose- army cap* ttired Port Arthur. The report says: The second army began the attack on the landward forts at Port Arthur at dawn Nov. 21. The Chinese offered a very strong resistance until, finally, we seized the fort to the west of the cav­ alry and artillery parade gronnds at 8:30 o'clock.* We took the fort on Golden hill at 4 o'clock on the after­ noon of Nov. 22. All the other forts were taken. Over 200 Japanese officers and men were killed or wounded. The spoils axe abundant and include a specially large number of large guns and a quantity of ammunition. The Chinese garrison at the lowest estimate was 20,000 men. Chinese Fought Vigorously. A dispatch from ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

1 Hi ly vW- •if:" ay M- M:. •$ & v^Dr. Bigelow Wooed Miss Bart­ lett For Twenty-two Years. Mf* fJ urn It ItcacmblM tha BreeUarldfte CIM la Bom* Mild Particulars Mil Ctwatoa Sensation In Boatoo Society Owing tha Prominence of the PvtlM. A recent Butfc for breach of .contract in the superior court at East 'Cambridge, kirbloh resulted in a disagreement of the Jury, aroused In Boston much the same In­ terest that the Breckinridge-Pollard case caused in Washington. Like that suit, it might have been an action for breach of promise of marriage, bat the nan in the ease died In 1800. Be was Dr. Henry J. -Bigelow of Boston and was as eminent in his line as was Breckinrldge ln politlos. 80 high did lie tank in his profession that Dr. David W. Oheever, emeritus professor of surgery in the Harvard medical school, •aid on the witness stand that in his opin­ ion Dr. Bigelow was the greatest surgeon that America had ever produced. The plaintiff in this case is like Made line Pollard, Bays the ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

,-THEOTHERSIDE r—: vV t, 7 ,lN NEW YORK 5 ••'J. rJy ••. its* |.«W| 1 Vpf* .tf^ifelsnop McGolrick of Duluth ^i'feSaysa Few Words In Ire- 'a Defense. 0N BUSINESS A'£ And- Simply Wrote a Lettei Refuting: a Campaign Statement. DULUTH, Minn., Nor. 27.—Bishop McQolriok was seen at his residence in regard to the Associated Press reports of the sermon of Bishop McQuaid ol Rochester censuring Archbishop Ire' l^nd of 8t. Paul for coming to New York and entering npon a political campaign. Bishop McGKlrick accom­ panied Ireland on hisEasiern trip and was with him during hip whole absence from St. Panl and consequently is in a position to speak understandings oi the matter. In his interview he said "Bishop McQuaid was entirely wrong in making such an attack on, Arch­ bishop Ireland—entirely wrong. He is misinformed as to the facts of the case. Archbishop. Ireland went to New York On BtuincM Connected With the Church and had pot the slightest idea of taking any part' in politics. I' accompanied h...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

i. v« w4 MA mk- ft J8?" AV t? "•l A WORKINGMAN'8 VIEWS ON "THE TARIFF IS A TAX."(^ He Find* DM tke Savtef toy VkvifrliiW Owto a Yeaty'ttafclay Pm*» eratle Tlgnfei For Hl» Ctleototlon—Pe :. (Nut In Wafe* Mot CouMrawLgp^ Yon have made up the bill on tihe basis of the old ohestnuts,. "The tariff ia a tax, and the tangle legged claim that everything we buy will be lowered in coit by the amount takenoff from the tariff on it if it should be brought from out of the country. Though this theory is proving mud for load and ditch water for drink to a large portion of the working class, let us for the mo* ment suppose it to to true and see What saving in my cost of living, as I used to live when I had steady work, can be expected to oome to me through it Ex­ cepting tea coffee,' sugar and molasses, which were already free and could not be cheapened in that way, flour, meat, butter,- cheese, milk and vegetables make \t$ the food I usP. By the bill ypu have reduced the.tar­ iff on flour fi per '...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

wjf "*v3?» TtbV W "j, •mil6' 7 OiLi' !"s*- m' *4 & "'T AGAINST LABOR Decision of Judge .Dallas In the Reading Case Is So Construed. THE PETITIONS DISMISSED. Employes Can Be Discharged For Joining a Labor Or­ ganization. PHILADELPHIA, NOV. 28.—Judge Dal las has filed an opinion in the United States circuit court dismissing' the peti •ions of Levi Hicks and other members of the Brotherhood of Railway Train­ men, who desired to compel the receiv­ ers of the Philadelphia and Beading company to retain them in' their dm ploy, and at the same time allow them to remain members of the organization. In his opinion Judge Dallas makeB nc reference whatever to'Attorney Gen eral Olney's letter on the subjeot, in which the latter took the ground thai the receivers were manifestly wrong in interfering with the employes as mem bers of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, and in which the attorned general gave as his opinion that the men had a perfect right to organize. The Real lean*. After revi...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

if m: SEP": fe «T VI UTTLE tAIlS TRlNSCRin 1 .u_a —L 'fkiK BY TJUS TRANSCRIPT TTIA. COJ jfafe PCBLIBHJtD BVK&Y MUJ) 9lXttVO|M»M««nHMM T^m wthi KY. Bfc' SUBSCRIPTION'* :IW •$h WimHIHIHMW»'l'l,t«w)' 78 **.—• ADVXFTIBIMOBATES WW. 1TTLK FALLS, MINN ADYEBTlSiKtt RATES. DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Ptufeesional Oaids, 1 month..... 1 Inch, one month......... 2 lncbe«, one month, .... 8 inches, one month... ».. 4 inches, one month........... 5 inches, one month, lf lnches, oue month,... .fl.UO 1.50 2.75 .. 3.50 .. 4.25 .. 5.00 .. 8.50 20 inche*, one month •*v""lt,22 '40 inches, one month, .....25.(}P Reading notices 5 cents per line sin­ gle insertion, or 20 cents per week. WKEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r......$ 5.90 I inch, one year #.Jj® 2 inches, oneyea.. •••••lu.w S inches, one yeah....... 15.00 4 inches, one yea*- £»-w 5 inches, one-year..... 21.00 10 inches, one year 86.00 S3 inches, one year -60.00 40 inches, jne year 100.00 Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line more...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

i* I *-h\ *3 S* "i »k|I' ive Page JOB PRINTINC THE TRAKSCHIPT JOB OFFlCf S NOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL TROUGHOUT., HEAT, CHEAP AND RAPID. WISCONSIN CENTRAL LINES (Northern Pacific R. Co., Lstsas.) T.AmBGST mnilB 0-AJR3D. Tm Tknigk 3:46pm :25pm lr^tu Dill 6:2&pm 7:15pm 4:05pm 7:15pm 10:05am LiTMlnaptls..Ar I.T.St. Paul..Ar Lv.Daluth....Ar Lv.Ashland..Ar Ar.Chicago,..Lv 8:40am 8:Mam 11:10am 8:15am 6:00pm 4:20pm 9:40pm jfb:40pia Tickets, sold and baggoge checked through to points in the United States and Canada. Close connection^ made In Chicago with all rains going Eafft and South. For rail information apply to yonr nearest agout or JAB. C. POHD, Q«n. Pau. irj Tkt Agt, PftBBsenger Train Time Table. WBST BOUND. No. 1 Pacific Mail........... No. 5 Fargo Passenger No. 7 Dakota .Express So. 57 Staples Accommodation., 11 Brainerd ....... Ho. 101 Morris 8:15 p. m. 1:15 p. m. 12:07 a. m. 8:45 n. m. 8:80 p. m. 8:80 a. m. EAST BOUND. O. 2 Atlantic Mail 3:05 a.m. No. 6 (it- Paul Mali 2.1...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

*c. ,*, •m fe.: •-4: :i m.: IS lii —w— INTEBNATIONAIi 1 dIEI* WlTEfe^Afs. rix ^v» of the'Permanent Executive of $e Ifitehiattolal AssofcUitioiti INTERNATIONAL PLATFORM. What May Be Accomplished and What the Kesults Woald Be to Ameri­ can Progress. CfclCAGO, N©v.'2«.—The fljrst meeiirig.of the permanent executive board of the In­ ternational Deep Waterways,Association will be held in the Rialto building in this city Nov. 27, 1884. ... The board consists of A. L. Crocker, president, Minneapolis Frank Flower, iiecreta^, Superior, WIp. Colbnel J. H. Davidson, St. Paul H. W. Seymour, Snult Ste. Marie Captain J. J3. Dunham wd Lyman E. Cooley, Chicago James Fisher, M. P. P., Winnipeg James Conmee, M. P. P., Port Arthur Oliver A. Howland, M. P. P., Toronto R. R. Dobell, Quebec Edwin H. Abbott, Boston, and Arthur Gilford, Meadford, Out. This board has entire charge of the finances and campaigning of the Interna­ tional Deep Waterways Association formed t,. E. COOLEY. iat Toronto on Sept. 21,...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

iJKPMMp ll" W Ft ^^**f Kfy^ $M30M\.<p></p>L^^/^^HP- MIKABEAU I, TOWNS. Towns, who was a member of the recent constitutional convent ion of New, York state, tells a remarkable tale about hpw he came to cultivate his 300,000 muse. About ten years ago an old'man named Michael Broone, a lineal descendant of the famous Brian Bora, who drove the Danes from Ireland, called, at Ms office and promised him a case if he woqld agree to sum it up in rhymes To humor the old man Mr. Townt oomplied with his request and summed op the oase as follows: In July last, about the time That hungry mortals like to din^t, The plaintiff, being a married woman, Went forth to see her husband Rowan. & The frugal meal, yet smoking warm, _* She had in bucket on her arm, For 'tiB the plaintiff's chief delight To quench her husband's appetite. Now, the dependent, Charles Bedell, Keeps near the park—oh, Bad to toll— A low resort of vice and sin, Where he disptnses rum and gin. Yet, not content with de...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

W: QttdaJi ^Ketiirnsu •. A ciMivaaaing boa id con8b»tlHg,of Auditor Ellenbwker, Chulrman Stumpf. Justices GnAl and Forbes met. at the court linuse on Mondaj u.l iriade the official canvass of the leglMlattve returns. Louis Tache, auditor of Crow Win)? county, wus also present. For senator— Fuller, Rep.. Hematead, Dem-Pop.. For representatives— Ferris. Rep.. ..... Jones, Rep Hartsborn, Rep.. Mellette, Rep. Cole, Bem-Fop Cbeeley, Dem..,........ Newton, Dem Smith, Pop Hendrlckson, Dem Pop Klelmteiber, Pop '&• 1976 1479 1083 864 1496 1253 5289 1410 38491...... 1869 1636 1627 161)9 1410 1102 1146 522 1058 213 1461 1040 1084 976 477 267 247 817 411 256 1184 1863 1514 1196 1014 668 601 580 990 394 5105 2041 4580,1479 47021691 4477 8061 2158 2491 1511 1416 140 2599 931156 The following votes werpeastin Bumharaville, Todd county, which were not returned: Fuller 135, Hems tead 75. Ferris 93, Hartshorn 120. Jones 117.,Maliette .95, Cole 64, Cheeley 89. Newton 27, Hendrlckson 59, Smith 49, ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

ceossws THE & WRECK. /iV^WVir-—r— (i'jf* g*jWitnessesancl Factsludi- cate that theN. P. Train men W ere Blamelesg. 11 1 Conductor Kirkpatrick and Engineer Moore Acted Promptly and Wisely: The accounts of the St. Cloud pa­ pers of the cross!DVT wreck at tjiat place on Saturday morning between the 'Northern Pacific passenger, train No. 2 and a Great Northern special freight give the N. P. trainmen a little undue criticism. Probably this-is because of local acquaintance vrith the Great Northern men. and also because the Great Northern men were very prompt to tell their story—as the coqditions that sur­ rounded the wreck clearly made -some explanation necessary from -the Great Northern people. The N. P. train was a regular one,' and th'e G. N: a special. George Kirkpatrick was conductor and Eugene Moore engineer of the N. P. train, and they are 'two of the (nost careful and com­ petent trainmen in the employ of the company. The train was on time, and proceeding in the usual manner. ...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 30 November 1894

IN A CORNER. Vfeke Cut of the Corners, and tlio Itoom Will Take Cure of Itself. In the arrangement of a room corners 'lure not eufficieutly considered. Very few persona appreciate their capabilities. In a room of ordinary sizo and finish empty corners are especially ugly, while for handsomely furnished houses there are corner cabinets and othor expensive de­ vices to meet this very need. Corner onpboards are always interesting and seem to belong naturally to the delight­ ful room that is not furnished in any patioular "tone" or style, but where "bits of color" and odd and unexpected things look very much at home. A room that had a wonderfully cheerful effect gave the impression on first entering that a swarm of mammoth butterflies had taken possession of the corners and expanded their wings contentedly over the pictures. But a closer inspection re­ vealed the fact that brilliantly tinted folding Japanese fans were spread out butterfly fashion over the modest en­ gravings and he\liot...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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