"The unfailing politeness of the Swedes is a constant source of wonder and astonishmeut to visitors, " said George C. Trunion of New York. "They have a large assortment of bows anc courtesies according to the age and sex of those who are thus recognized, but the lifting of the hat is so universal that it seems to be going all the time. Even the butcher's boy in meeting the baker's assitant, instead of passing him with a careless 'helio!' or giving him a friendly buffet, as an American lad might do, doffs his hat to him with elabórate courtesy. ' ' - St. Louis Globe-Democrat. In the heart of London is a public newsroom without a librarian or any one to look after the papers. They are chained and padlocked so they cannot be carried off. Little damage is done, and the room is nsually quiet and orderly.