NEWS BY THE LATE MAID.
Cai>tain Mahax, of the United States war vessel Chicago, is a six -foot,~«pare, red-bearded Yankee of five and 'fifty. He has been- nearly 40 years in* tho Americannavy, though for ten years he held mainly snore appointments. N He "was president of the Naval -WarOolleee from 1886 to 1889, and agaitf- .dhiing 1892, and he has made the study.of naval strategy from a historical poiut.of view his special province. In 1883 he, wrobe tho historj' of tho Amoricon Civil War »o* for as it concerned the operations in tie Gulf of Mexico and tho inland wateis, and in 1890 published the book 'which has made him famous all over the worH, " The Influence of Sea-power upca History, 1660 to 1783." Two years later camo its sequel, " The Influence of • Seapower upon tho French Revolution and Empire," and in the same year .he pablished a biography of Admiral Farragos, one of the leading figures in American naval history. Captain Mahan, as"perInps the foremost writer on naval matters of the da}', is worth listening to on tho subject of the naval position cf England In bis opinion it is more important to Great Britain now that she should hold command of the seas than over it was in the past. Whenever England is threatened by naval foes ste must increaso her navy or through hor world-wide commerce she will bo effectively crippled in time of war. The latest Polar expedition, which left Tromso, in Norway, on the 2nd May, « headed by Mr Walter Wollman, a maa of thirty-five. -Ho commenced lifeas boj in a general store in Nebraska, and at twelve year-s of age was apprenticed io * printer. At fourteen he began to edit* - newspaper. In 1884 ho joined the staff of the Chicago Herald, and during tho last five years has been correspondent and representative of that journal at Washing- " ton. Three years ago he undertook tho leadership of an expedition sent by the ~ Chicago Herald to tho Wost Indies to discover and determine tho spot afcVwhich Columbus first landed on American soil. He is a handsome, powerfully built man, possessed of untiring energy and determination, and, consequently, is admirably fitted to be tho leader of such an expedition. The expedition consists of Professor Owen B.French, aged twenty-eight, astronomer and topographer ; Dr Thomas B. Mohun, aged forty, surgeon and physician ; Charles C. Dodge, aged thirty, naval constructor and photographer; Lionel W. Winship, aged twenty-one, engineer ; Alfred S. Franklin (born Samuelsen) t interpreter. - Mr Keir Hardie'a audacious reference in the Blouse of Commons to the, Duke of York's alleged morganatic dumago is said to have mado the Queen exceeding wroth, and if royal influence can prevent this good man's re-election" he -will certainly not be in the next Paxliajnen^ At a recent ball a man was accosted br a lady. Drawing himself up, he said, witi a patronising air, " I beg your pardon, bul I do not think I have tho "pleasure of your 'acquaintance." « Probably not," ! was the answer, " as I am your hostess." Girls who contemplate purchasing a | bicycle would do well to harden their J muscles in advanco by running their i mother's sowing machine or rocking the baby. It was in tho honeymoon, and she had | adopted the bridal habit of .putting a j terminal "y" to her pretty Vords. So when her fond and admiring husfeand who posed as a strictly temperate mau — stood before her with a speck of dust on his coat, sho said: "Hubby, your best coat-y needs the vigorous use ofa little whislc-y." " Not half so much as I do,:' gurgled the thirsty sufferer, aud an awful suspicion dropped in their midst like a chunk of lend.
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