"Ex-President Porter on Evolution1' is the title of the opening article in the forthcoming September mimber of The Popular Science Monthly. It is by ïlr.W. D. Le Sueur, already well known as an able writer on the relations of theolojy and evolution, and is an outspoken review, ns entertaiuing as it is efl'ectiye, of Dr. Porter's recent address before the Nini'teentli Ccntury Club. The September Ceutury wijl contain a paper on Liszt, which, while it has been tor some nionths in preparation, happens to appear at a time when it will be read with untisnal interest. It is an account of a summer with Liszt at Weimar, written by one of liis pupils, Mr. A. M. Baffby, (ind is t'nll of intcresting anecdotps and reminiscences. The accompany ilUistrutions include a frontisitieoe portrait of Llgzt and a full-paxo picture of "the Master" seated at the piano, botli enj;raved by Johnston. A young man, recontly married, sugested to his wife thut they shotild argue s.iiiic questlon frankly and fully every mornln. The rirst (jnostion liappened to be "vvhether a woman could be expected to get along without il hat." He took the alliimativc; and when last secn lie liad cllmbed into a hayloft and was busyjpullinji up the ladder after hlm. - Prairie Farmer. It ao.tually improves the bioycle n-conl to have it broken.