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XITTX WORLP OF
BY HOWARD FIELDING
YK1J TAI, Prop.
Sliirli t Htic I, Wulluku
BB'EF and PORK
Delivered daily in Wsiiluku.
Wailioi' and Knliului
TliLWIIONB No. It
null. I lie turned by force properly np
When .Mr. Frost cnttic to the portal . ns mvtl ,s1tloti prevented hint
if tin- Ann street bank building whore- e,.,,,,, p,utn.r much power Into Hit of
In Ills ollleos wore located, In- observed ,'0it, far in pushing upon tln partition
that some woikmi'ii wore repairing thoahrnil of lilm lit- !.:til nothing to brace
roof of tin- vestibule. It Is a ntiliiui' igalnst except tho partition lioiiinti
structure, unlike anything else In Now'tU't. nmt such mi attempt was ll!:o the
Yo,k. Mr. Frost. lH.hu an nrchltcc,. ' 7 'I Is on
was peculiarly .icuslhlc of its absurdl-"" " '
X j, A'
IX , yorrr
Imil trlril to carry a Hassle marble ... .....i...,....,!,,
Moinb into tin' modern Mrueiiuo aim . . ... , ,, Mss nl.
hail got stuck with It half way Jhronsl',,,., tlR, ,.,, r.H.tM ,,r llloll. ur01..
tho front dour. , ,.... ..... wore ainoui; the
('onsItU'tln the weight of the Rlnlis
Wllll'll icurani me iiiiiui i.i ,ii ""ImlJlu
vest nnie s roor. Air. i nisi mm i ui
tnimle love story were ntnouu
bank's cnstoinei's or liehl olilees In thii'
verltnlili' procession of
i,..,,. i, tw, iivii'.i.ti.il nt tlmt hour
opinion that they onht not to lie dls- (ul f..j,,,,,,,. '.-nwy iK!n shut up
(I while people were passlnj: In. .., .... .....i ...t.i. ,),,
mil out beneath. This opinion. I"'"'- , wl(1 vo ll(lt.,j , tK. spaced
n-er. was entirely pi;ofessloii:il. I cr-!int) t!n)fJ t,K1,()S(,(, ,n p,iie view anil
Koiuilly he did not care whether the la
the ridicule of your friends! It was
brevity of our pwi'tit nswrlfltlou ntltl
of (lie much 'ItiiifSer one tlmt yon have
CM-MpCll." .' ''
' I'orvi'ttlus tlmt she had been the
' P,; .:u:il aKjjrcssor. Miss niloti proceed-
' ed to jrrt evcti with l-'iiwt for revert-
1r.fi to mi uuplc.WiUt. (ople.
! "A. .vim Imply." said she. "this expo
' iK'tice Is coiuparalile to mnlrlniiiiiy.
'( Here we are shut up toicihcr In a ciice.
t inch IoiiIuk to f:et nwiiy ami yet luea-
I i,;t! lc rf dolus "
1 . . . i,i i... .ii.
ll(l l imiscii. v, iiii (j ii.iii'.-- i in- 'ii-
e court. Is so die.-idfi.lly slow.' re
lied l'rost. . n
rhese k'iiss wsills. snld the Rill.
conlliitilns the allegory, "me like the
p-.ilil'.clty of m:irrlae. Miirrleil people
it iv forever In the sl-ht or all the world,
ami each must In effect declare at all
times. 'This Is the best partner 1 could
As to that." responded I'rost. "the
remedy Is to nut lie a choice of which
me can never he nshamcd. I did so."
"Vpon my word." suld she. "you wild
notliliu: so polite as that In the old
"1 though! you would like soinethlns
or the kind." he replied, "and I tried
very hard. People who me forced to be
together should strive to be njrreciiht".
Tlmt Is. 1 fancy, the crrnt and open se
cret of hnpplness In imirrhine."
"No one Is s.i illsaKiveahle." said she.
"as the imiii who strains his naturiilly
ummihible nature In the effort to tie so
ami then Immediately demands credit
for It. That. I should suppose, would
,be the heaviest or a wife's burdens.
'Her husband Is a hear a polnr bear,
tierce and cold. Once In awhile he
pillln In Ids claws mid looks pleasant
for about two minutes, and lor me
he Is ill
what paw- yyoaL'D'-Do.
1f.tt.ir.- cnuM liar? Ml tfac 1" Let that t.f
(I, II li. TH .
WoulJ In- nti- ctinnsM nlnt ivmiM ninki' ilit
lirdlilc t'n ulul KlflT'?.
Tliev .wiuliln'l l.c nu licisci then, rxeeplln only
AnJ till ivniild ho tin Krpslot worlil
(. rr w.
They ko-ilJn'l Ira no Mils tor en nor I at ter tn.U
Ami mn wmilil jll lc run for Inn It iw I
l.uic Ills uy
If -!" '-"I'll '"u '! '"15-. I R""' "", K""
vniitil clew ki f,nlrh
I'd limp In mow It every iby In l.eep lliln?t tonic
And pffiy I line my timet wore nut llie.vM lie on-
lletlti In rnmnt rllil nff In keep my feet frnm
Ami I ..iw. tlic il et nrnuml imil mlle. ntllinut u
..itril In :IV.
nut ml,' mien 'ull tlie while It pnw eniiM l""o
It paw cniilil li.w M wpy, Die men dial's holilln
ulHce nmv ,
Won In ii'iei 'lint m i!o a llilns till paw hail olil
TheM "nen r itn In war imlpaa lie ralil they ousnt
in (in. ,
Anil lliey'.l ilepeml on hisn lo flinw litem linw In
Lent llie foe.
The inllllinialret wniiM every une lie norliln liy
I lie !iy.
And purty tlml In hau' trie rhanee. If paw could
li.nu hit way.
It pew (Wi'd only have Ids way. the vinten would
And In the miminer Hnic the jnnw uould fly. I
tell .(nu what
.1 , .1. i ..... .i -I,,, .......tii
norers uiu or uui n una' ' i,"""""1t to be borne.
of marble on his hcml. whence we con- n th(, f ny .n tIiat Wcro rcqulr
cliule that Mr. I'rost was not Happy. fm. ,hl. j-!t 11:1 1 ! lo reveal Itself to
Iteally he had stood It about as Ions ... . ...,, ,,,, .1i!l.,1i. n was
as he could. The trouble did not i'i'i" .,, possible to pass In and out of I he 'next hour, or week perhaps
10 oe iinu in- Him ""i mi- fi" btllldln;:. for on each side of the "n-
ho could not stop thinking about her. volv,.,... ,).,.,. wnM ,, ordlnurv door.
When their emKiKoineiit was broken. ,)U ))nKt n,()pU. s(,(,!m.,i t0 prefer lo
he was able to say to hlmseir Unit the,,.,,, v!(,w ,,,,, H,(.tacle. I'rost saw
act was wise: that she would be hap- . , ,mlrm.n,(1 watehmnn of the build
pier as the wife of somebody else and , n j,.,,,,!,. nlj impivsslvo crea
he as the husband or nobody at all. Of TJ Uh h,s iVMVu tbo throng
course Miss Klton was a very ti v.Stltlti and applv his strength to the
tractive tiUl witii a face that simply ,,,. ,,', movt. tlR, svteentli
wouldn't set out of a fellow's mind ,,..,.,, ,R.,. .'mst shouted to him
ami a lot of the prettiest ways- Co:i-to , (nm , W(.um(.n who
lotllld it: xi 11 nun ne cut uivi in-! .
Why couldn't he stop worrying ami
:et hack to work.' J.tM lie resort 't,.,,,,,,,.,. thnt It would be all rllit
travel In far lands, as lovers In novels, n j. m'innt(,.
usually do; t'.videntl.v relief must come from
nil nils piiriieuinr
btile's roof, and the watchman replied
mLK' 1UIJLISIIED AVEEKLY li 'X si
L ,. Mad News dM i I
fc",,,!i'',j',,'Tt,"'i,"! jplfefisBrn 1!
m- FINE lllSII cJ1
r abt,stic wSLJLl Um
; OR WORK W-ii Wu
WAMtkp TO D ORIGIN Al".
' U- - ...''
Ami fnrni:ot Ann IMmitset. Man-ii-
ril to OtitniH l!er Wiliti.
The Mid.-.eii '"'"v-v Sur ,I-J
flwe'.i.d Cutue e.cek b.vond lis lantsft
carried iiwny Its bi'ld;a's mid the mm....
d!ow toi'ti'iit wis sweeping n loin; to
the Miiitliwurd. heai ln.u' on Its turblit
bloom heiicoops. fences, smokehouse!!
and a lot of drKfvood too into la
ciiuwiry. , , , .
It wus. the woddlmr. dny or Mat I..
.'oscphus Kckroyd tual C'arm.tlon Ana
l'lunkctt. both of the Purslncer nelfJh-
Hut the preacher lind not come. I.?
w:is on the oilier side of Crane creek. '
Can't voil set aetossV" shouted Ha-
vlus .loieiihus. who. W.lrli Carn:ill(i:i
Ann. hud liddea "own to tlie waiei
dee on the rlaht bunk of the streinn.
"No!" yelled the preacher in 10
spnnse. "All the boats have been swept
There was a hurried conference be
tween the prospective bride mid jiroou!.
Then they rode up to a point a hun
dred vards'above. where the creel: was
narrower, spurred t! elr horses Into the
ra;jli:;.' torrent iiud In tided safely a few
moments later on the otlior shore.
"You'ie a pretty looking couple, yoti
.ire!" said the preacher ns they dis
mounted and stood, nil dripping, before
The dry 'hn Hiuya -oiihl iw vet. tt.e .t him. "I could have iiiari'Icd you across
'"'"Wo linvo a full andcoinploto .inc of
and uro i)rciiarod-.to
"IIEItIO WB AllB SHUT UP TOOin'IIKU IX A CAG12."
All worl; oxecutcd in tv
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overcame him. lie wrotu a few letters, without, it ivnmi'.ieii lor tuosu wiium
sei.ed ids travelluK haj,' and tied with-to summon up their patience, rro-t
out much Idea as to where he waa go-was n yuuus man of remarkable, self
In the lower hall of the Imlldlns he "thin must no very titinoyinR to you.
met Miss Klton. It was what lie !'ado sum, "nut or course u can i nisi
loiiK'feared. for her uncle was cashier 1 think we should make the best
of tlie bank, and she had to come dovii It. and that Hiijwests the Idea that
to buo him often ou errands for her.vou would better mt down.
.....tiipH lie turned his dress suit case over
Of couire he couldn't look at t-.er.ou end nud placed It so that sue coniu
Neither could she look at him. Andvc tue emt wan 01 uiu ecu ior a
ilu'.i Is whv tliev both tried to act out bac.c.
Hint and lath came tojtoiber with a "iiibhk you. sam sue. i s;:a:i 1101
tnit iii r,i,. .,c il,,. .niiiiiiiwiiiotiiK iif tln'lio so conspicuous If I sit down. But
rapidly revolving door. 1 m niraiu me. uoor win uciu 10 iiuu.
Frost oorcoived the catastrophe the Ami m airam inai u won i. ue il-
tenth of a second too laic. He stopped Joined. lauKiiiiiK gently. "At any rate
suddenly In the wild hope that he could It will lilt mu tlrst. and I will give you
back out. The door biimned airalnst bis wnratiig. ah, nero comes i-amsen;
heels with tremendous force, nml be Paulsen was the chief macmnist em-
lnrohr.i1 fnrn-nirl nrralnst Hiss Klton lllllloycd 111. the DUUlllIlS. IIC Wt'llt rlKIU
a' most embarrassing wr.v. P.abblliiato worl: as If he thought that two miiv
tho most abject apologies, he thrust utes' time would bo enough to settle the
out a hand ahead of .Miss Klton andalTalr. Hut the minutes passed, and the
tried to nush tho door around. It did door was Immovable.
not move. He thrw bis welsh t 1 t'"' segment opposite the one In
against the leaf behind him. but It was which Mr. Prosi and Miss Klton were
as Immovable ns nn Irou wall. Immured nu elderly jrcntlemau of r.ltli
"Why. what's tho matter with then' elegant appearance had been caught.
thing" he exclaimed. IIIs position was in all respects similar
"It's stuck." reiillcd the clrl feebly, to theirs. He was taking matters very
That was the truth certainly. Prost coolly, leaning against one of tlie par
could not move it either way. Their tltlous nud smoking a cigar.
seL-ment was completely closed by one "Our neighbor is bearing It well.'
of the curved walls between which thosald l-'rost. with the nmiable Intention
1oor revolved. Tliev were Imiulsonedof diverting his companions thoughts,
In ii Kiuuri! Inst Ii1l' enoif'h to hold them. "He has the advantage of being
Frost's urn Idea was that the sbock alone." replied Miss Klton.
of tho door had dlsnrrnnsed Its iiiooli- She had not meant to say auytbin
unlsm. Ho bad never taken the trouble dUagrreable. Naturally she compared
to find out jiift how those contrivances the man In the one compartment with
were built, but lie know that the re-the man in tue otner. nut mo reman;
volvlng partitions could be folded to- was susceptible of being taken another
eotlior hnmlllv: so thrio was good nros- way. it cut ! rost s Heart rignt in ivo
Tinnt nf ImiiiPdlatn lelease. "YoU r.fC UUgratoflll to ProvillOUt'O,"
Indeed It waa probable that tlm door said be gwitly. "Thlul: of the extreme
ways saying now
please Ids wife."
"Would you like me to hurry Paul
senV" hi' asked.
"Me ' represents the divorce court,
doesn't heV" said she. "Yes: by all
means appeal lo him. There Is nil evi
dent case here or Incompatibility or
Frost called to PauNen. and the ma
chinist came close to the prison wall.
"The trouble Is not with the door."
he Mild: "It Is on top. The whole thing
The i oof of the vestibule had settled.
perhaps as the result of some misman
agement of the repairs, anil one of the
supports was piesslng down upon tin
door In such a way as to hold lis four
linages Immovable. Possibly the Jar ot
the door's striking Frost's heel might
have furnished the last pound of power
i that precipitated the catastrophe or ii
might have been fale thai limed It so
Tlie conn, said I'rost. "dcclilex ticl
we have mil been heie long einuigli lo
gain a resilience. Adieu on your peti
tion Is therefore postponed."
"And meanwhile." she replied, "all
our friends know tlmt we are anxious
to part and cannot. There's Harry
Wlmlom grinning through the glass,
and he'll tell everybody. And. oh.
there's uncle! Poor fellow, how sorry
he will be for me!"
"That our friends should be amused
and our near relatives grieved." said
Frost. "Is tlie Inevitable result of these
entanglements. However, let us lie
consoled. Your uncle will spend large
sums to get us out or this."
"It will get Into the papers!" she ex
claimed, l see a man writing some
thing In a notebook."
"There'll be an artist here presently.
said Frost. "1 wonder if they can pho
tograph us through this glass."
They both laughed at the preposter
ous notion of their pictures being to
gether In the afternoon papers. Their
merriment was Interrupted by an out
burst from the oilier cell. Tlie third
prisoner was making a rumpus. Ills pa
notice laid given out. Ills cigar was
smoked up. and. besides, lie had gatli
red from Paulsen's statement that tho
iltuation was not without peril. He
was threatening damage suits and per
Miss Klton caught some words of Ids
which let her know the real cause of
the trouble, and II frightened her. Sin
gr.larly enough, she clasped Frost's
hand with an Impulsive grasp.
Is it true." she cried, "tlmt somi
tldug Is wrong with tlie roof over us'
It is," said lie, "but there Is no real
danger, if there weie, they would
break down the doors and release us.
He did not let her hand get away
while he was speaking, and. Indeed.
she made no effort to withdraw It. StaV
deiiiy there were tears in her eyes.
"I am glad you are here!" she cried
Of course 1 would not wish you to be
lu danger, but 1 should be so frighten
cd If 1 were alone."
1 think that we have been of nomr
use to each other." lie replied. "Kven
our (juarrels have helped to pass away
the time. Our frlen lu the other cage
who typllies the bachelor, began the
ordeal more calmly than we did. but
he has not held out as well. Ills Inter
est Is selllsh. and tlmt Is the worst kind
"He careful. Jack." she whispered
"You are leading our llttlo allegory to
a strange conclusion."
"Let It lead where It will." he re
piled. "The fact Is that all life Is au
ordeal which two can bear better than
She looked serious for a moment a'ml
then laughed happily, like a child.
"Tell Paulsen that 1 don't want to
get out," said she. "The petition Is
withdrawn. You're a good fellow
Jack, and the harder the situation the
better fellow you are. It Is worth
wldle to go through troubles for the
sako of going through them with
Half an hour later, when the door
decided to inovo. these two did not
take advantage of their freedom. They
went up to Grace's home and told her
mother that they had made It all up,
And while they told the story they
were just ns close together as In the
narrow cell of wood and glass. Hut
thqy bad learned to like It,
ni.lU thi'vM lie drv.
And whin die un wn thlnin clomlt wmilil
Fpri-nd in ru.t llie id;y.
Then M.inh xvimlit In Oitolier, ond Oeoemnrr
would he May,
And they'd !. more sum'ay mornlnjii, loo. il
juiw timid have ul wny.
If paw co'ild lui hl way. the rrmvr! would
i l:ec-r fi r him, I hel.
And all the I lsliunaliio folkt would want lilm In
Tlie peopl'1 that we Vimwi would all have lew Hian
we lu 1 then
KnA wouldn't leae im nut when tliev cot p.utlei
up fll?t II.
We'd h.ne (he h-t huue on the street, and nit
the fnll would ray '
That they'd he clad if Ihey was in. If paw could
liaie hi way.
S. I'.. HI ter 1 1 riilraso Tn,cs-tlcrald.
An Umit'inl lli!tf.
V t vI'a
Husband Some one at the resttiu
rat: I toi'.ay Marled lo carry off my over
coat, lilil 1 recognized n as ne v;i
passing by tlie.-e two buttons that are
Wife !n trlumphi And to whom are
oil Indebted lor lite met mat un
buttons were not sewed on'.' Humor-
Istlche Hlatter. '
tlie creek. Why dldll t you. stay rignt
where you were?"
"I'.eciiuse." replied Carnation Ann.
with dilating nostrils, "thai would have
been such a chestnut !"-Clilengo Trib
IteaeottoiiM of n Ilhc'-iolor.
When you tell a woniaii you are sure
of a thing., she can Iiarill1' ever belli
asking 11' you're sure you're' sure.
Tlie last reason in tlie average man'
mind when lie asks a woman to marry
him Is because he really wauls her to.
When some girls sit under a .big rciS
lamp shade, they look almost as nice
as speckled peaches do tllitler a piece
of pink mosquito netting.
You never think about a kiss from
the way a girl llxes her m'otith when
she puts ou her high collar.
If It weren't for love, there wouldn't
lie such a thing as poetry, and If Ir
weren't for poetry there wouldn't bl
anch a thing us love.-NeW York Press.
For Ills Wlff'M Sn!o.
"Don't let Ileirlelta hear you tilltldfl
to her as my better half." said Mr.
Mcekton behind his hand to the friend
who bad come to dinner.
"I undcislami. The expression Is
tr'.ile commonplace, ' not to say ple
beian." "It isn't that. P.ut i wish you'd
choose aim: her friu-iiort. It would an
noy Henrietta ::s:Vy tu Ivive you think
she was less than four-lll'lhs at the
lowest calculation." Wash': gton Star.
On tlie Variety SlaKf.
The (ieiulemun In the Paid Wig-
Awful affair at our hotel tills after
noon. (;ook got mail ami cut uie emi
of a waiter's nose off with a cleaver.
tut one of the guests Used It all rigid.
The Oeiitleiuan ilehlnd the l.reen
Whiskers How did one of the guests
tlx il till right?
"He gave the waiter another tip.'
(Violent agitation of the base drum.
imitation of a dentist s olllce hy the
brass, the clarinet giving a lallhlul
rendition of a bound pup with Ids tall
aught In tlie barn door.) Indianapolis
Com! HloiiN ( !in::i:cil.
"You used to say you couldn't love
him If lie were the last man In tlio
Yes. I know."
And yet you are engaged to be mar
rled to lilm. You have changed."
No. not at all. 1 ou see. If lie-were
the last man lu the world there
couldn't be this rich old uncle of his.
who has come along and promised to
leave him everything." Chicago
V.'Iiy !ill- Uliisticil Liim-'fii.
"I heard that young iv.an who calls
on Sister Pose qtiining poetry about
her name last night, sai-1 the bad boy
"Hush!" exclaimed Sis'.er llose.
'What did he vay'.'" asked tlie binJ
boy's equally bad brother.
'He said something about many a
(lower being born t,o hlu'h unseen." an
swered the bad boy.
"He must have been Kissing her la
the dark." -suggested tl.o bad- boy's
brother. Chicago Post.
"Marry yot:7" the younc woman
scornfully exclaimed. "I wouldn't mar
ry you if you were
"Jupiter Olympus, the czar or Russia
or the count of Montc-CliTisto?" sarcas
tically Interrupted the young mini.
"No," she rejoined, with Increasing
scorn, "Not even If you were the man
who sent Dewey to the Philippines!"
Hopwcll Living in i he country now.
I understand. What sort of a place Is
Subbub 1 really don't know. It
takes me so long to get home that I
never arrive till after dark, and I ha ve
to leave before daybreak to reach the
olllce lu time. Philadelphia North
'That man Ootn Paul always was
terribly hard to get along with," re
marked the Kuropean diplomat.
"He seenut to be simplicity Itself.
"Yes. but he doesn't conform to the
ordinary rules of diplomacy. When
ever lie says anything, he means every
word of It." Washington Star.
"Wlial'M t:i n Xiitnct
"Some e::u." announces tin- current
issue of tin- Plankvllle P.ugle. "hus
thought to be smart ar.il sent us a
piece of poetry called .an Imitation utf
Horace, but we were mil born yester
day, and we happen to know that the
venerated and lamented (irecley never
was a verso writer lu Ids life." In
A Iteasoillltilc lti'iii-n(.
'I can't quite make thnt young fel
low out," said the livery stable man.
"What puzzles you about lilm?"
"Why. he wants a very gentle horso.
and I can't tell whether he's afraid or
Is going to- take his. best girl driving."
!ViIIiiK tl." HUVel. 1
Snldy Pikes We's bin hangln round
dls water tank for four hours, and der
ain't no freight hove In sight yet.
Hilly Coalgate Now we knows bow
bad dls freight car famine Is. Chicago
In tlio IHkIiIoimIh it' Senlln,
Our Latest Millionaire (to (Jlllle, who
has brought lilm within close range ot
the linest stag lu tho forest) I say.
Mac. confound It nil. which eye do you
A I'lipiilm- A I 111 ml,-.
"How do you feel about these
"If I can't get luto one, I'jn idawu ou
'em.' Chicago P.ecord. ,
i taiir im Mm
"I wish, Adelo, dear, that another
time when you want to scold me li
fore the servants you'd do It in French,
so they won't understand!" FllegiluU-Hlatter.
All lie CmiM Set-.
"What Is It?" asked the man who
wus stni!?!Tllni' to see what wns tnkln?-
Kplace In the storm center of the crowd.
Indicated by the policeman's holmttt
hat. "What Is It? Itobbersr
"ijo!" replied the disgusted man who
was trying to crowd bis way out. '
"HubLers!" Chicago Trlbumi.
a ohmJ "niun."
L90U hero," said the innnngrrr of tlx
mining stock company. "We've got to
keep up a bold front. How can wo
Impress our correspondents that we
are doing a rushing business?"
"Wo might stlc'l; our stamps on up
side down," ventured the new clerk.'