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TIlE SUNDAY SUNl > A Y GLOBE WASHINGTON ti1III ASHI GTO UTON 1 > C DKCKM15ER DECE 1I CIl1BER l ER 15 mOl a
I LOST LOST RIVER RIVERA
A Story qf True Truel Honest Love Loveand Loveand Loveand
and Much Thrilling Thrillingr ThrillingAdventure
1 Adventures Adventure I
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Bj JOSEPH ARTHUR ARTHURPublished ARTHURlubUslMd ARTHUR1TubUhd
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Published cxclutfvajy ucl tlvl1y by the l je e Sot SUNDAY SUNDAYMORMNO SOJol + pty ptyMORNtNOGLORL T TMORNING
MORNING MORNtNOGLORL GLOBIL tHrbtotyiseundedon tHrbtotyiseundedonHr thfe stools te > rillliunded founded on onMr onlr
Mr lr Arthurs su SUllllr suaaceeful ewtujT fllfp1AyIt Playfrl > lay wist River Riverunder Rlv Rlvrrunder r rlndlt
under lndlt the direslfon dlreltt n of Juiee Jule 1U1Murry 1U1MurrytAJIRtOU11I Murry MurryCHAPTBRV Murrytu
tAJIRtOU11I tu arfT8 RRVNIJ RRVNIJCHPTMR RINaRVNDI RINaRVNDICHAPTRt
CHAPTBRV CHAPTBRVFOR v vPOR Vrma
FOR POR LIVE 1oIP OR UKVTII GRATA RATII RATIII t tA III
I II A long hilly road winds frqm the Gates Gatescottage Gatescottageto Catescottageto
cottage cottageto to the aqueduct aqueductMidway aqueductMidway aqueducthfldway
Midway a tiny tollhouse tollhouleand and a high red redpainted redpainted tedpainted
painted tailgate bar the road roadThis roadTbls roadTla
This gate stretching the full width of r the thehighway thehighway thehighway
I highway was nearly six feet in height and indwas andwas andwas
was never closed except at night nightThe IIlIlhtI
The duties dutlcaof of tollgateVeeper toligate keeper were light lightfor Ihlhtfor lightfor
for there was little traffic along that road roadBill roadBill roadBill
Bill Loucks was al tollmanlie tollman tollmanHe tollmanHe
I He was wBIsundlng standing moodily In front of hi hijate hi1Ilte ltla ltlagate
gate Things had gone awry awryIn awryIn I IIntlie
Intlie In the first place Bob Blessing had utterly utterlycut utterlycut
cut him out with Or Ora In the second she
The manive gate swung shut shutThe shuLThe huL huLThe
The two men calmly calml watched the gallant gallantgirl gallantgirl Ilaut IlautKirlllng
girl Kirlllng Bying gyingtoward toward theattnigktinto themctralglit Into adeatb adeatbtap a death deathtrap deathtnp
trap i iNrer
trapNearer Nearer and aile nearer hem Viectuie till now they theycould theyaukl I Ioould
could see her white Ht s t face and towing glowingeyes elowlnlleyea towingeyes
eyes eyeaBehind eyesBehind eyesBehind
Behind her thundered the two Wittses 1VlrtseaShe WittsesSk Wlrt I IIb
Sk She raised her ay eyes and a look of horror horrorleaped horrorItlllptd horrorleaped
leaped into them a u abe saw the telltale telltaleclosed tollpleolNed tollgateoiued
closed closedOpen olNedOpen oiuedOpen
Open the tailgate 1 she cried as she shegalloped abeJl alegalloped
Jl galloped lIoped forward forwardOpen forwardOpen forwardOpen
Open the tailgate I echoed II deeper deeperVoice deepervelee deepervotes
Voice In stern command commandBill commandBill commandhill
Bill and flare whirled about to see Bob BobBltMing BobDletslng Bobfleecing
fleecing vault over the gate and rush toward towardthem towllrdthem towardthem
them themCant Cant open It growled Bill Its Itslocked Itl1000ked itslocked
locked lockedIts 1000kedIta lockedfts
> Its your yourhualn yourbusinetosseltskept business to see it ta kept open openbegan openbegan openbeganBleuing
beganBleuing began Blessing Then He saw the approach approaching approachlug pprlHlchInit ¬
lug figures of Ora and her two pursuersIn pursuers pursuersIn
In an instant the whole truth flashed upon uponhim upon uponhim u on onhll1l
him
Youd rob her he gasped gaspedWell ItupedWell gaspedWell
Well well collect toll from C om her any anyhow anyhow anyhow ¬
how was the reply replyUnless replyUnleH replyUnless
Unless she reaches the aqueduct in time timeIt timeIllllearlR timeit
It IllllearlR means my ruin and the destruction of the theworks theworka theworks
works I muted Bob Then he said once oncemore oncemore oncemore
more moreII
moreOpen II Open that gate gateSara ItateIbra gateRsrsclimbed
Sara Rsrsclimbed climbed astride the long lougpole pole whose whosecounterweight wbolecolllltervehcht whosecomtetwelght
colllltervehcht counterweight held the gate shut shutBUI allulBill shutBill
Bill at the same instant clamped the theheavy tilehavy theheavy
heavy padloek that fastened the gate and andthrew amithrew andthrew
threw away the key
SCENE sCEN FROM ACT 3 L LOST osT Rl RIvER VER VERTHIS
THIS 1 TOIIGATB IS BARRBD > s
might at any moment mo tit tell Bb of Hills 1I11IlIt 1I11IlIttempt Blll at attempt attempt ¬
tempt to murderklm murder Jilm In the third pleat1 pleat1Louck pl plrouckahd phi phiLoucks
Louck rouckahd had been bullied by b Gladys Glad Middle Middleton Mlddlton Middleton
ton into stealing Oras Orasalbum album which held tl tlletter the tltiletter theletter
letter and photograph of Ores Ora father Bill Billhad Bitlhad ii l lhad
had met Gladys Gladyaln In the woods ood anslie ae ahe planned plannedShe PlalllltdShe plenaplShe
She had destroyed the photograph andtetter andtetterand etidletiar etidletiarand IIIHetterand
and refuted to pay him a cent for forhia his trouble troubleeven troubleeV1I troubleeven
even threatening hlniWltli arret arretSo arr t tSo tSo
So he had returned moody and disap disappointed dtppointed disappointed ¬
pointed to his hi post at t the tollgate tollgateHe toll tollgatelie rate ratelie
lie was in little humor for conversation conversstionand connrtlltlunand conversationand
and scowled forbiddingly as Him Cookiu Cookiuhove Cookubove Cookushove
hove in eight eightWhat eightWhists
1 Whists Whats What the matter Bill inquired Rare Rarepersuasively Rarapersuasively Rem Rempersuasively
persuasively Look kinder sour Got Gotdime a adime adime
dime about ye yeNo yeNo yeNo
No growled Loucks Them dlnie dlnieborrering tlltll tlltllborrerillg dintg
borrering days i le pat The Mlddleton girl girlgot IlrIgot girls girlsgot
got my secret leeretllndhe and she say iaye ahe she going goln to tell tellSo tel1So tellSo
So wliatd I b be giviu yon 3ona a dime for forOh fod fodOb for0h
Oh notlitti Only OUI I beard beardIlC owetMn1 eowttkiicthat owetMn1that I 1d 1dthlt
that maybe youd od Ilk Uks to know knowHill 11 11Hill knowhill
Hill hesitated Then hi his curio curtepltyceg curtepltycegquered ity coq coqquered c cquered
quered lie held out outs a dime and 4 said saidWell ald aldWell d
Well what did you hear hearWell beerWell hearWell
Well I was wasI I happened jest by b chance chanceto chaliceto
to be lookln1 through the fence at Qstekthis QateV QateVthis
this morniu an1 an1The all allThe anThe >
The thought that Ezra Rar bad witnessed thetheft tire tbetheft tirethefl
theft of the album flashed zeroes Bill Billmind InlInin 11111mind
mind Inin Seising Cookiu by tie throat tlu t he heshouted liehouted hehouted
houted shoutedYou houtedou
You ou caw aw w me did ye y Well youlfj JOuIt JOuItIo
No Io gurgled Rare Kar breaking Id free f I INo Idid fdidnt
did didnt t see yer at all Wlu WOII you then thenNo
° No 10 snarled tucks ollcka relieved relievedI
I know kno why you YOlllrflbbed grabbed my throat like likethat 111 111that itktthat
that jut now went on Cookus
WhyCsuse Why WhyCaui Whyaulf
Caui Csuse aulf you dont 4on tike IIkIII Ilkemet mef whined whinedlHIriev tsj tsjiRgrieved tW tWiggrievpd
iRgrieved lHIriev d itsrs itsrsNever a aoJ RpNever
Never oJ ever mittd that What was 11 It you ou saw sawtli II IIt sawthrough
tli t through II rough the fence fenceu at Gate GateI Gt GtI Gatess GatessI
I saw Bleln le kisin Ory Or Au I saw sawli IIW1m sawhum
li 1m iin drop a money lIIooe belt and nd she he picked it up optin uphe upan
tin lie told her to take It to the foreman foremanBard forelll8llUud oremsu oremsuhard
Bard an he said it wats wd the dagoes c1aco wag wagan w wall wages wagesan
an he rode off another way wa to draw dra off the tbeWin tb tbWirtz theWine
Win boys thatwaa tht thatwaloUsria w foUerta hiai lootwent MJ MJweill S I Iwent
went and told the WlrU bo boht boyl what hat Id Mam Mamand ItiI if ifand if
and give ive em a tip to toiler her Instead ofhim Of Ofhim ofhim
him if they wanted to swipe wl the th moneyJust money moneyJuHt lIIolle lIIolleJUMI
Just then tllenhe shero4 he rode put of the Gates barn on onthat 011t onthat
that t hat old horNler honeef lier and they started etsrtad tart after aftertell Iflitrher starher
her 1 conic over here b by the hoft CI CItell cyt let
tell you about boullt it Why Wh whats whatstb wbattbeIllIlUff wbattbeIllIlUffFor the matter7 matter71or matter matterVor
For Loucks louc1lhd had sprung prun to his feet In wild wi4excitement wildexcitement 1111 1111excitement
excitement excitementDo
Do you know thersa Saoooo a ° ono In that tlpttmoney thatmoney tlultmoney
money belt bellhe he screamed acre iiedi An1 An shell shedhcv shellhtv h11 h11hev
htv to pans along Ionr here with It It Its ten tenthousand t tIhOUland tenthousand
thousand for foretch each of ua u If youve 0uVII got tbe tbesand tben1 thecand
sand n1 to help me out outWhy outWhy outWhy
Why bows bow that thatWell thtWell thatWeU
Well shnt hat the th tollgate and 11 catch her herhorse II IIhorae bethorse
horse and take the money before the Wirtae Wirtaecatch WIU WIUllch s scatch
catch llch up upBut upBllt upBut >
But that ihate highway robJiry robb J aint Int itfts It ItIts tl tlIto
Its 510000 10000 apiece That ThMSWhat What It is isAn IeAll 11Au
An well welllnke make a rub to git out of oLt oLtcounty the thecounty tll tllcounly
county ssf site f with it sod then change oblI Gilr GilrlIamet Mr Mrnames r ruatnee
names in live II like fords kn ds Are At y l ft with me meEzra lIIt sus
Ezra HUIITltere
There she b come com Bow cowl cried Era r by byway byway byway
way of reply repl pointing p8ln panUmgto htc to a aloud of dust duatbalf dusthall dusthalf
half a milt miteYp mil up II the th road Shes She Rh eon somata somataalong 1 1alonr In Inalong
along like UghWfl1 on that old bONo hot Of bets betsAnd b bAnd k
And thcrerlik tre Vlrtk l bopl 0t JIII after ft r her r JJjjlt JJjjltlie lktt lkttalit t tslalem
alit slalem lie seem to be h jjdtrln It I ene5 en em emlollgste II IILa e eLend
La Lend a hawf It le an n help bI ass asstollgate iit iittoUpt
tollgate II ordered Bill I
f
There wa w was but a f raCttf fnoti4a H of a second left leftBut IftBill leftBut
I But Hob ob Blessing wa was a wan liIn well used to toemergencies tomerlllcl toemergencies
emergenciesSnatching emergencies emergenciesSnatching merlllcl merlllclSlIalchlnc
Snatching a sickle Iekl from frolllII a nearby bush he hesevered lieWIred heevrd
severed WIred at on one sweep sweepthe the rope holding the thepole thepole thepole
pole In place placeTlie plAceThe placeThe
The counterweight time tlllltlreIIlOvec1 removed theenil theenilof the end endof endof
of the pole to which M Him m clung clulI oimtgwea < < waa wB thrown thrownviolently thruwnvlolently thrownviolently
violently upward upwardKara upwanIHlra upwardliars
Kara wa w was hurled skyward to come down downbruiced downbrulaed downbruisedand
bruisedand bruiced and senseless MIII in the middle of the theroad theroad theroad
road road1IIeanwhile
roadMeanwhile
Meanwhile Bob picking tip a roadside roadsideboulder roll roadsideboulder < llde lldeboulder
boulder had hurled It with all his hi force at atthe atthe attlte
the padlock smaftilng the look to pieces piecesYou plceVou piecesYou
You leave that lock alone yelled eUed Bill Billleaping Billleaplngt Billleaping
leaping leaplngt at Bleaaing throat throatA
A smashing uppercut from Bob flat laid laidLoucks laidLoucka laidLoucks
Loucks low and Blessing throwing hi hiwhole hiwllole hla hlawhole
whole strength trellfCtlllnto into the effort ffort began to pull pullopen pulloptn pullopen
open tbe l tilt e gat gatThe gate gateThe I
The whole struggle trllftl had hl41ted lasted basely b three threesecond threeMeOtId threeseconds
second secondsBut secondBut MeOtIdBllt
But Louck waa wason on hi his feet againHug again againHlg ill illI
I Hug ugly face dlMortettiwith dltorte wlth hate hI he It drew drewa
I a 1110111 long bright sheathknife and once one more morerushed 11I011ruhed morenuhed
rushed at t Blessing BlecslugBob BleinlCBob BlessingBob
Bob however stuck to his hi task of open opening openIIIC openlag ¬
ing the gate He had by now got it swing
lag fast fastOne ftOn futOne
One On more effort sent Mil it whirling whlrlln back backagainst bclcIst backagainst
against Ist the wall all catching calchhl < < Loucks in its itsflight Itaftltrht itsflight
flight and nd pinning him to the wall behind it itAt itAt
At thi thllntnt this instant Ora das dud ed d up
Through Go through I shouted Bless Blessing BI Bleaslag ¬
lag Phi hold your OlIr pursuer pursuerScarce pursuersScarce
Scarce Iud she 11 passed UHd through the gate gateway gateway ¬
way wa when by another herculean effort < < ort Bob BobBleing
Blessing whirled the heavy havyate gate shut hut agahi main hl
ia I the very ver flees of the two Witless WI aa they theygalloped the theygalloped
galloped 11 up upSeated upBeted upSeatd
Seated astride of the lb gate with leveled leveledrevolver leveledrevolver
revolver Blessing BII faced the gang 11 of robber robberTo robberaTo robberTo
To be continued continuedGlrliAVIilp colltlnlaedOlrlll conulnuedllrlalhlp
t
GlrliAVIilp Olrlll Whll n 1 NeitherAnnie Iantlier IantlierAuule Neither IlantherAnl
Annie Carter and lId Myrtle Love living livingnear
near near Grants pa pass Oregon not long age ageYought agofought
fought and whipped a panther though thoughneither thoughneither I I1Ilthr
neither of the girl Is had a weapon more moredeadly lIIoreddl moredeadly
deadly ddl than a gciodiised good sised rock The Th girlsare girls girlsare IIlrl
are niece of Judge Jud I nlllla anna who own ow owns a alarge alarge
large farm and were engaged in washing washingclothe washingclothes
clothe in a creek not far f from the house housewhen hOUHwhet housewhin
when one of them saw aw a large panther panthercrouching I Ierouchlnr Icrouching
crouching within twenty twnt feet of them The Thebig
1 I big brute wa was evidently evldntl letting lt1111 ready to toprlng toprlnl
spring at 1 them Mil MI Miss Carter who first prslaught firstoawrht Ijratutebt
aught utebt sight of the animal had An armful armfulof armfulof
of clothes These TItI she he flung at the panther pantherjust
Just as ambe be roe In the air The brute be beOSMC besame
same entangled in a sheet and before it itcould ItOCIIIld itcould
could claw Itself free the girl irl bad poured
In on hie III ribs rib and nd head a ahower of rock rockwhich rocks rockswhich
which they hid picked up Tb The tines unexpected IInlXpected tinespeeted ¬
pected attack completely rattled the k pan panther panther panthen ¬
ther which darted away wy with a marling marlingcry lII nltlln rllC
cry Then the tb girl girl ran to tb the house and andsent mu musent
sent a couple of armed rllled men after fIi the theprowler theprowler
prowler That eveningmhandsonupsnthgr eveningmhandsonupsnthgrkin evening a handsome panther pantherskin pattthfrkin
skin kin was nailed on the side of the tb bam bamThe bansThe n
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The WuchtalkedofCbltie adncb lIChtalkef talked ol Cbiiaese Qlahlt astronomical aetronomialIatn b bInstrument bIIMtnllulm
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to the possession of ofl Germany Germfl have bees VeenOegeissl beesproved >
proved to be tit wotk wo k of ora a Ortat Oar 1 Ma MaO4IttIIsI as1 t1 t1Gogabd
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BENEDICT GORDON GORDONBj
Bj 8 REVERE RODGERS RODGERSWritten RODGERSWrlttell ROOOERSWritten
Written for the SIMIMY OLOMK OLOMKCHAPTRR OLORKClIAPTKR GLoHRCHAPTER
CHAPTER VI VIBrowne VIBrowne VIBrowne
Browne aqd iiid lld Gordon seated thm1 thm1comfortably tkentaelcomfortably
comfortably OH either side Ide of the seat and antiwith amiwith andwith
with their thelrtMGk ba k resting against tba tli uprightrod upright uprightrod IIprightroda
rod roda while their driver reclining In 11 a alounging alounging alounging
lounging attitude on the footboard below bMowIt b belowIt lo loIt
It was wa a grand night with a full moon mGolIlltId mGolIlltIdJUIl andjust and andjust
just cool coolenough enough to be pleasant and a all the thewagon tb tbwalton thwagon e
wagon started on It its journey up High street streetthe streetthe streetthe
the clock in the old Jesuit College on the thehill thehili thebill
hill struck Itruck dry ek the hour hopr91 pf eleven elevenThrough elevenThrbugh elevenTltrbugh
Through the deserted de erttd town the wagonwended wagon wagonwended wallonwended
wended it its way and up UI the steep andquaint and andquaint alldqualnl
quaint old street passed the reservoir at atthe attbe a athe t
the top of the hill and the old hone broke brokeinto brokeInto brokeinto
into a gentle trot as a he descended de cended the thedeclivlty Ihedeellvltyon theire
declivity deellvltyon on the other side sid The T Tthat ire long hill hillthat hilithat
that leads up tll to the Holy Rood burying buryinggroundi buryinggrounds buryinggrounds
grounds caused the animal to resume itnormal it itnnrmal Ita ItaIIlIrmal s
normal gait and when half way a up till tillHilt this 111111111I
Hilt Charlie Browne in knocking the ashes ashesfrom ulteafront h hrronl
from hi his pipe laughingly remarked howparticularly how howparticularly howparticularly
particularly lively IIvel everything every thin appeared to tobe tobe tobe
be
Lively Ilvel repeated Gordon ai he stttltd stttltdhimself Mttlldkl settledhindeifback
himself kl hindeifback MlfbRek back comfortably cornfonabl inhiaseat in his 111seel seat are areyou aveou areyou
you ou may well nay lively Charlie but speakInput speak speakIngot lpedInguf
Ingot liveliness Uvellll he continued dont you youknow YOIlkno youknow
know kno that I was we particularly struck It ruck with withthat withthat withthat
that entertaining gentleman lIenllem that we met at atthat litthat atthat
that little tavern and I dont know but that thatI thatI
I am downright d wllrIht sorry tiat 1I18t We w never culti cultiwted cultlted eultisated
sated ted his hi better acquaintanceship acquaintanceshipWhy aeguahttenceshlpWit cqualntancehlpWhr
Why Wit he MA appear PIr to be a rattling rood roodfellow roodfllow goodfellow
fellow said Browne laughing and nd I Ifather Itller Ipatber
father tller expect that he wa was laughing In hissleeve his hissleeve hi hit
sleeve at t the astonishment of those tho yokels yokelsI oloell oloellI
I dont know mused Benedict a u II hebegan he hebegan h hfn
began fn flllios his hi III second pipe whether we wewill wewill wewill
will not have h to hunt up this humorous humorousJollyby humorouollb humorousSollyby
Jollyby ollb sometime or other Yes ea hecontinued he liecontinued hecofltluud
continued on second thought I be believe b blIev hellvt ¬
lieve lIev we w shall hl1 have to hunt up this thl Mr MrJollybj MrJolIb
Jollybj we w should become better acquaintedfpr acquainted acquaintedfor acqaalnwdf9r
for original people are re no rare nowadays nowadaysthat nowd nowdtkat nowadaysthat
that it wont ont do for us to throw this till chance chanceover chnceor chanceover
over our shoulder 10 o be pleased to placeJoilybys place placeJollrbys plceollb
Jollrbys ollb name on our visiting vlltiu list and In Invite Invlte inrite ¬
rite him to one Oil of our celebrated at home homesCharlie homeCharlie ho hoCharMe
Charlie but in the meanwhile we w will have haveto hveto haveo
to t t o fall back upon the remarkable conversa conversational convntlon1 con versa versatloael ¬
tional abilities bllill of our dear friend Lapse CapttBolivar CpnBolivar LapseBultvar
Bolivar who I have no doubt has had hadmany hdmallY hadpuny
many startling adventure while following followinghi Collowlll Collowlllhi followinghis
hi his vocation vocatlonlun along the wild and tempestuous tempestuouscanal telllpeatuooCIU1 tempeetuoascamel
canal Am I not notcorrect correct In my m supposition suppositioncapn suppoltlonCPII auppodtioucapn
capn drawled Benedict Ikndlcta an he started to toapply toapply toapply
apply a lighted watch to hi his pipe pipeA pipeA pipeA
A snort from from the boy wa w was the only onlyreply onlyreplyreceived nlyrpl nlyrplreceived reply replyreceived
received to this question and Brownelaughingly Browne Brownelaughingly Brownelaulhlllly
laughingly cried that perhaps the Capn Capnwa CaplIWM Capnwas
wa WM thinking tldnkingof of his ladylove ladyloveIs lady love loveI loveIs
Is I she fair or is I she dark inquiredGordon Inquired InquiredGordon InquiredGonIon
Gordon laughing and sii II i is I her home en the theraging Iheragln theraging
ragln raging canal or is I it In some secret catleyou caittle caittleyou cAolleyou
you now have her concealed conee led Mr Bolivar BolivarDont BolivarDont BolivarDont
Dont know what yen er talkln talkinbout bout re replied replied replied ¬
plied the boy as he puffed away contentedly contentedlyon
on his short llort clay pipe pipeWe pipee pipeWe
We e want to know said aid Id Browne Brownewhether Browllewhther Brownewhether
whether you are re thinking thlllkinguf of the uuuyor uuuyorrowing many sor sorrowing or orrowlll
rowing rowlll females flnal that you have no doubt left leftbrokenhearted leftbrokenhartd leftbrokenheatted
brokenhearted In that quaint old town back backthere backthlre backthen
there thereAnd then
And whether with the inspiration of the themoon the1IIfOII tit titmoat d
moat moon you 111 art pair now aOl r trying to manufacture manufacturePolckry manufactureBbickry nllfectar nllfectarPolckr
Polckry Polckr with which to soothe their Ironbud trou troubled troublacl ¬
bled heart ON your return to the fields leld of ofyour ofOur o oyour f
your Our former conquests Inquired Gordon GordonQuit GordonQult GordonQuit
Quit yer klddm klddin mumbled Bolivar Bolivarhe U ashe Uh
he h squirted a tream of tobacco juice juicethrough juleethrolllh
through hi his teeth and 1 settled himself in In1II0r a
1II0r comfortable position along Ioalf the foot footboard
No but we w are not kidding laughed IurbdMro1lIe
but we w really want to know kilo why wh whlhl
lhl melancholy quietness quletn on your ollr pm part partCapu rt
we w are deeply interested in bathe the affair offal ftalr ftalrIUd r
if her father object to the watch why wh whlIIaelf y
and nd Gordon claim the right as old oldIIId
valued friends to render you OU assistance Istance IstanceIn
ii any an way you may deem best but this Ihl IhlUrlOIl
UrlOIl brevity brevlt on your our part is I distressing didrceain g
say r the least leasti leastHe to toi >
i He wa was such a gay synd and charmingly con conflltJo ¬
flltJo 1 youth outb before ffore this tbl affair 1lr of the thcleart
descended like the pall of night ht upon uponI
I young and untried affection mused nldhnedlct
Benedict Vul hn cheer up Capn they say y to 10IIlauch
IIlauch such people In I your yourdx fix thai there are i iIlIIt1OO
IlIIt1OO sa a good < I fish h in the sea a as ever cauie out outf
f It ItDer ItI
Der I > er worse pair alr of guyer dat I ever everQnll4lrOl
Qnll4lrOl across murmured the boy bo to him himIf ¬
If although ltl1oh loud enough for hi his employ lIIplo lIIploIra ¬
to hear hearThe hearTb heirThe
The Tb wagon had now reached the top of ofPol
Pol Hill an a II they tbeywere Were about bout to descend delidhe
he sharp Incline leading down Bolivar BolivarIbruptl
Ibruptl checked the animal and bent hi hiod his
od forward la a listening attitude Al AIIIOt ¬
at th tlus t s same llIe Instant a mans na voice was waaeard
eard crying crn lustily InllI for helpAt help helpAt hlpAt
At a signal from Browne the boy bo struck truckbe
be horse a allhrp sharp blow bloWwllh with the whip and andt nd ndIt
It t a mad gallop they went down the bill billAt hiliAt billAt
At tbe bottom of the hill they the met lIIetiCnttlr a acantlly
dressed nun running toward them tb1IItrrla
trrla Help help help at every ever step tp he heook
ook
Here you sir ir shouted Browne in a loud loudolee
olee u a they th same abreast of the man manwhats manbts manwhats
whats bts the trouble with you youOw youOw ou
Ow 0 for the thlove love of Hivin son panted
I little redjwhlsketed redhlke nd + trhlskerd Irishman running ruanln up upo
o the tll wagon ita if It a bloodthy bloodlb murther murthrora
ora and nd its it Mister Allwine thou being belnlIlurthrecI
Ow plan hurry hurr son to thor thansky thorek
ek sky he cried as be stood wringing his hi hilaml
in a petfect teensy fren of excitement and nd nderror
error errorQuick
Quick man IU cried Gordon all 11 hi hiorlllr his
orlllr lUtlesuness having vanished nlhed1 as if IfIY
IY magic get t into tbe wagon and show bow us II IIhe
he U ID driveOw drive driveOw driveOw
Ow Son pleaded pl the Ih JriIlilelldrlhwlrI rlghleued Jrlgbispedrishman
hadnt 01 bttther wait here her for forore
ore blip while ye gintllwln basin to then therlilt thensky
lilt liltWithout sky skyWithout
Without nmre ado Benedict reached fe hd out oltlis opt
lis hand and grabbing the Ih wan by the th thlICk
lICk of the neck he h Jilted Iftd him bodily bocltl into 110he
wagonNow wagon wagonNow WIlrOIINow
Now which war w he h Inquired sternlyRoight sternly sternlyRoight ternl ternlRoillht
Roight ahid son or replied the man 11I11rtlllbllI
rtlllbllI violentlyAway violently violentlyAway vlolentl vlolentlAwav
Away went the horse at a eta a rattling nUll pace paceith
ith Browne rattling blow after mlterblow r blow on it its ItalIlIh itsugh
ugh sides aids Idel while whll Boflw d imaumably JIHIImblrrled
rrled away awa with the excitement of the theloment
let out torn sonss of the theoet mat ot pining pAm pAmnd
peculiar whistles that were perhaps perbpaeVlr
before equalled on that road but buthlch
seem nl to electrify electriC tbe beset be h wa WU WUrlvlac
and lId for fora a while Claude teemed to tobea
been middenly uddenl transformed into ftonulMe a
nulMe nine rate home went wegtdown down the t driveway drivewayperliep
I perhaps perk no other tamDown team teamDown tlIIDowII
Down Wootlley Lane Lt went nt the th last tying dyingam i i1111I
1111I until they th had reached hd tit the ttttraaoe ttttraaoetwe INNanaup 1Ift 1Iftup
twe up to the AlHvine AII Ii dtwuten It HUleIt HUleIta took tookt
a moment lIt to lilac open the tt Hre
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fates gat and when this thi had been accom accomplished accomPosited ¬
Posited plished Uded the Ih team had gone one before
Quickly alighting from the Ih wagon
Browne seized the knocker and plied It Itvlfewualj ItrouI Itvlgorouy
vlfewualj rouI but Gordon with Itil a quick active activeasion aetiveMotion 4ItlvetUOII
Motion tUOII threw hi his powerful OwerCul body bodllIilnt bodllIilnttile against againsttbe sgainlthe
tile door causing It to give way with a loud loudeiMh loudcruh loudcrash
crash The two men followed by the boy
ran n Quickly 1IIekl along the hall hIIlId and up the broad broadtain broadfl breedstain
stain fl
To be continued continuedKDiiinti continuediUuiiltnN
iUuiiltnN KDiiinti Drought Apple to Kiiglaiul KiiglaiulOf 1 IIItIIIIII IIItIIIIIIOf
Of all ll I the productions of a the vegetable vegetableworld vecetableworld vegetableworld
world which the skill and ingenuity of man
have rendered conducive tb his happiness happinessand happlnelland happinessand
and to the Increase of his hi enjoyments the theapple tbeapple
apple stands forward us the most conspic conspicuous consplcuous conspicuoua ¬
uous It Is I now a fruit crop of universal universalgrowth unlvualgrowth universalgrowth
growth and although the most beautifulsun beautiful beautifulutf beauUfuleuntalned
euntalned sun utf stained examples reach us at various variousperiods varlouaperled variousperiods
periods of the year from Canada Calla and Call Callfornla ¬
fornia and the temperate regions I of our ourgreat ourgreat
great Australian eolonia for flavor none ofthem of ofthem oCtbem
them equal those grown In England The Thegarden Thegarden Thegarden
garden apple is believed to have been Intro Introduced Inlroduced introduced ¬
duced into Britain bjr the Romans and the timewild thewild theY1
wild wild Y1 d apple of our hedgerows is I the type of ofthe oCthe
the fruit when left to degenerate and to towhich 10which towhicht
which it would woulclspeedlly speedily return but butttar jer r con conslant constent constant
slant cultureASIIIit culture cultureThe cullureW
W A ASIIIit JII 1 GTON t IHR > CTORYl CTORYlfhe
The Sunday Globe Is now mailed to tomany tomany tomany
many States and Territories Terrltorl It ii iialto IIrtlllO s sitlao
alto the favorite Sunday morning paper pa paper paper ¬
per of visitor and nwldsnter alike In Inview Invln Invlaw
view of these facts The Sunday Morn
Jag h1flolobe Liob obe will keep standing the fol ¬
lowing useful Information both as a aulde aaide
aide tde to visitor and an adrertlMment
Washington City It I divided into four foursections tourNCltlon fouraecUone
sections vie vii Northeast Northwest
Southeast and Southwest SouthwestTbe SOUlhwltbe SouthwestThe
The be tour streets which run due duenorth dueorth dueooh
north ooh South and But the West line lIn
being beln Imaginary from the center of ofthe otthe ofthe
the capitol and named respectively
North South and But Capitol Capitoltad c seeta seetaend ets etsand
and these Capitol streets are the divid ¬
lag lines of the tour sections of the thecity theclt thecity
city clt as named namedAll namedAll namedAn
All streets In each ch section of Uteelty th theitr Ute
eitr are either lettered or numbered numberedtreats numberedtreeta numberedstreets
treats streetsAll treatsAll treetaAll
All avenues run at angles Incl to the thestreets theItnetl thestreets
streets and radiate from the Capitol Capitoltbe Capitoltile Capitolthe
tile Whit House HOII and several of the
larger parka Those TII avenue avenll are arenamed arenamed arenamed
named for various State StateEvery Statulivery Stateevery
Every street running mast l at and West Westars Wtare Westare
are lettered streets those running
North and South are numbered streets streetsAH streetsAll tneuAll
All lettered and numbered streetsare streets streetsars Itrllteart
art duplicated In each of me lie four seclone sec sections aeclion ¬
lone tionsnumbers lion lionnumber lonenumbers
numbers allotted to It It thulbeglnnlng thulbeglnnlngat thus beginning beginningat
at Bast Capitol Capltolltreet street and going north northIn northIn northin
In any street running north of same sameNo samethe me methe
the that hou house on the rlglt will be beNo1 beAo
No No1 1 On n the second square the first firstnous tirthou firsthoues
nous hou houes will be No 100 and 10 on to the theend theend theend
end of of the street streetIn streetIn treetIn
In like manner the numbers run runfrom runtrom runfrom
from east Capitol street lireet on all streets streetsrunning ItrHuIunnlne streetsrunning
running south of same sameID lameIn sameIn
In the same manner all streets Inall In Inall Inall
all sections of the city start and num number numHIttrom nummberfrom ¬
ber HIttrom from a Capitol street The odd oddnumbers oddnumbers
numbers are always > u the righthand righthandelds rlghthandlid rlght hand handside
side lid and the lb even numbers on the left letbhaadetde leftassul
UtldAide assul Jiee In every vry street trHt as you Ou start startfrom startfrom tart tartfrom
from a II Capitol street treat In either section sectionof HOtronor
of the city cityme oltyAll
me All house numbers on the th variousavenues various variousavsnuss variousavenu
avenues avenu correspond oorrell1W > lId to those of the thestreet theMtreet
street to which they run nearest neare t parallel par parallel para ¬
allel allelSome a allelSome lIel lIelSoe
Some of the avenues aveull extend extend throughtwo through throughtwo throughtwo
two sections of the city but the house housenumbers hOII hOIIDumber housenumbers
numbers are ar not disarranged thereby therebyas
as I all numbers numHIr begin at a II Capitol Capitolstreet ClpltolItreet
street whether on aa avenue or street streetBy IfreetBy
By this tbl system of numbering houses housesany hou houany housesany
any desired locality or number can be bereadily bereadily bereadily
readily found in either section of the thecity thecity thecity
city cityShort
Short hort streets and places running rUlmlnlthrouh runningthrough
through the center of a square have havethe huethl havethe
the same um numbers a at the streets be between beteen between ¬
tween which they run thus thulMldllOD thulMldllODIreet thusMadisonstreet Madltoo Madltoostreet
street Ireet In the Northwest section Is be between between between ¬
tween Seventeenth and Eighteenth Eighteenthstreets EIChteenthItrella Blghteenthstreets
streets and the lint house houl on that thatstreet thattreet thatstreet
street I Is number 1700 i iWashington 1Washington
Washington hlnlton Is really a cosmoplitan cosmoplitancity comopllUinclIY cosmopntdncity
city Its population embracing lItopletr people peoplefr
fr m 11 parts of the tb United States and anilRepresentatives Rntlftepr andItepreeentatlvee
Representatives ftepr entathel from all civilised na nations natlODt aat aattions
tions tionsU tlODtIt tionsit
It Is I rapidly becoming the great en enter oentr seaater >
ter for holding conventions COIt1It10I1lbll assem assemblies sasembile ¬
blies bll bile and reunion and the chosen city cityfor clt clttor cityfor
for Institution of learning learningIt I 1It
It has the largest library mid lid t ttfe ttfemost tull tullmOlt U fe femost
most scientific and historical collie collections 0011 0011tlODI colliedons ¬
dons In the country countryIt
It Is I a II mecca of American thought in inall Inall Inall
all Its phases phasesThe pb pbThe phasesThe
The general neral opinion outside of Wash Washington WubInaton WashIngton ¬
ington Is that It is of no account as I a amanufacturing IIInanuiacturlnll atmmnufacturing
manufacturing city but the lh following followingwill tolloI1will followingwill
will show bo that It stand well In com comparison comparlson cornparison ¬
parison with other cities citiesCapital cltleCapital citiesCapital
Capital employed Jt8876000 Jt8876000The 11876000 11876000The 11870000The
The various rlou trades trad representing lIpreHntlngltalr representingStair
Stair builder Carpenters Painting Paintingand PalntlRaand Paintingand
and Paper Hanging Copper Tin and andSheet andSheet andSheet
Sheet Iron Plumbing and Gas Pitting PittingLumber FtttlnaLumber FittingLumber
Lumber Mills Mill Marble and Stone StoneWorks StoneWorkl StoneWorks
Works Masonry Brick Plaster and andstucco andetucco andstucco
stucco work number 688 and the numr num number number ¬
ber t establishments of every ery kind In Inthe Inthe inthe
the city numbers 2800 and employ employover employover mp1oyover
over 21000 hands handsThe handThe bandsThe
The city oU of Washington was incor incorporated Incorporated lamerporated ¬
porated In 1802 1802The 1802The 1802The
The present system of numbering numberinghouse numberlnrhoulU numberinghouses
house was wa adopted In a uY uYTh u9Th 9 9Tb
Th snade trees of the city begun to todevelop todevalap I Idevelop
develop their proportions and beauty beautyIn beautyin
In 1880 1880Wh 1880Whn 1880When
Wh When n the th cornerstone of the capitol capltolwa oapltolwall capitolwas
wa wall laid In 1793 the country around aroundWashington aroundWaeblnlton aroundWashington
Washington was practically an un unbroken unbrokR unbroken ¬
broken wilderness wildernessThe wlldernelTh wildernessThe
The Th Government G rnment offices were firstnpened first firstopened IIfttoppnecl
opened la the city of Washington In Inthe Inthl Inthe
the year 1100 and Congress Congr met there therefor tber tbertor thenfor
for the first time in that year yearThere yearThra yearThere
There are Ill Reservations all told toldIncluding toldIncilldina toldIncluding
Including the great Mall which l1loh ex extends extll1dl extends ¬
tends from the capitol to the Potomac PotomacRiver PotomRcRIver PotomacRiver
River a distance of over two Miles mil the thewlole tbewole thewtole
wlole covering an area of over 900 900acre 900acres 900arses
acre acres acresThlle arsesThew
acreThese These parks and reservations are arebountifully arehOllntltul1r arehnuntltttlly
bountifully supplied with every knownklm knownkind known knownkind
kind klm of tree and shrub and number numberover numberove numberover
over ove oeD o o varieties Y8rletl About 8000000 8000000nrnamsfltol 1000000lrnam 2000000ornamental
ornamental lrnam tlll foliage and floweringplants flowering floweringplant ftowerlJl ftowerlJlplantll
plant and shrubs are annually annuall propogated propo proporaed propaedll1
gated edll1 In b e Government Propo Propagating PropagatingHouse PropOBfltlngHal ating atingnotteq
House Hal ana a IlJ d la the spring months months are aretraHpanied ar artraul1 aretnuplapjed
traHpanied traul1 tnuplapjed td Into the various parks parkstkrougaiut parktbrollgJ parksthrouglie
tkrougaiut tbrollgJ througlie tithe the city
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MILLIONS ILLIONS OF DOLLARS DOLLARSIUve
nave been invested in the TKXAS Oil WBILB The money so soInvested 10lvest1 soinvested
Invested will doubtless Ioubtle brine good returns to the Inventor when whenthe whnthe whenthe
the SULPHUR IS KMMOVBD > PROM TUB OIL Oil and the company companyor
or companies COlli pan Ie that remove It will receive recel ve greater greaterand and earlier returns relum relumiHE returnsTHE
1 THE TEXAS MEXICO AND LOUISIANA OIL COMPANY COMPANYABSOLUTBLY GOnlP COMPANYAItOLUTELV ANY ANYAJUOLUTHL
ABSOLUTBLY CONTROLS PATENTED MBCHANICAI AND ANDCHBMICAL ANICJIJUIICAL AN >
CHBMICAL PROCB88BS for removing the sulphur and lepelllt lepellltIpg sepenting p t ting
ing pie lie different dl < < erent clauses Ia of oil oilAt 011At oilAt
At ONEFIFTH the PRICE and In ONEFIFTH the TIME TIMEclaimed 1 1claimed Iclaimed
claimed by any 1111 oilier company or by any other person pe rao II The
UN1TBD STATHS GEOLOGICAL SURVBY stated In a recent
bulletin that Texas oil contains a LARGE PBRCBNTAGB of ofSulphurand ofSulphufalld ofSulphurend
Sulphurand consequently ita It itause ue it I very verlImlted limited SULPHUR OIL Oil OilI 011is
I Is unfit for domestic purposes on account of its It suffocating fume fumeand fumelland fumesand
and oil 01 containing contalDln Sulphur cannot be used under boiler for the thereason th threelon thy thyreason
reason that it destroys the boiler fluesThis flues fluesThis fiuesThis
This is A WASHINGTON CORPORATION having its Home Offices in thi thiBOND m mBOND tile tileBOND
BOND BUILDING 14th ST and NEW YORK AVE AVEwhere AVEwhere f
where the executive officers will be glad to meet the Inquiring Inquiringpublic Inquiringpublic inquiringpublic
public We have for DEMONSTRATING
PURPOSBS er erected ttd a ain atmall asmall
small in ll plant at a convenient point In the City of Washington and andill andall
ill interested person can see the CRUDB OIL OJJ RBI RltJfINHD INKD and andWitness IIndWfln andWitness
Witness Wfln the use uses to which the different product are put putSTOCK putSTOCK put phiSTOCK
STOCK < Par Value 100 PER SHARE will be sold for the present prwentAT priSentAT presentAT
AT 5D 5 CENTS PER SHARE SHARESubject SHARESubjct SHARESubieet
Subject to advance without notice Small inventor will have the theam tli tliIn theseine
seine am In protection a u tile largest purchaser of stock In order that thatthose thattholt thatthose
those who are unable to call during the day can be accommodated allCOlIIlIIIMlatetlan I Ian
an officer of the Company Com pall will be at t the office in the BOND BONDBUILDING IIONDBUIlI BONDe
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THE TEXA UXICO 1AND AND tOUl iOS1AA 10 IANA on COMIAN COMIANPlOOMS COMPAROOMS
ROOMS 3068 BONO IUILDIN6 THIRD FLOOR WASHINCTON 0 C CTHE cTHE CTHE
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of fair dealings duJlnplIIn selling you OU tb the best beltt at the tlielowest thelowest lkelowest
lowest reasonable price priceIf priceIf prices pricesIf
If you 011 want good tailoring tallortliCaCMI1I8111ted heeatae heeataeacquainted heeftMt heeftMtawialMled
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LOANS OF 10 10And 10And 10And
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carrying arrvllll loans much tea I less thin you par v else elsewhere elsewhen 1 1wbtr ¬
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shard notes you OU desire running from one tel tertwelve teltwl
twl twelve months If you b have 1 a loan with wtUJfOUIe withsouse
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