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2 i THE SUNDAY Y GLOB GLOBfciVASHINSTON GLBEit M VASHIN V ASIIINGTON TON D C MAY Mt 4 1902
TWO BROTHERS BROTHERSWho
Who Were Were Lost in the DesertTheir Desert DesertTheir DesertTheir
Their Fearful Peril PerilSAVED PeriJS PerilSAVED
SAVED S A V E 0 BY A MIRACLE MIRAJMEThat I R ACL E EThat
That Is to Say by a Cako Oak or lea Lost LostForty Lost11orty LostForty
Forty Years Before ofQrcThe The Sun line linetoo XVnstoo
too Hot JJot to Malt Iolt the Ice ce and tho tboBrothers thonrotlll thoBrothers
Brothers nrotlll rs Took It I for br a Huge Bowl Bowlder Bowlder Bowltier ¬
der Uiicrustcd I as It WaLlVith WaLlVithsand Va oat Vlth VlthSand VlthSand
Sand SandIt SandIt sandIt
It was in the heart of the desert eighty eightymiles elbtymilea eightymiles
miles west of the Colorado River in the themidst themidst themidst
midst of the chain of low rocky hills that thatcan thatcan thatcan
can be seen in the distance from the win windows windows winBows ¬
dows of passing trains that two brothers brothersNed brotbenNed brothersNed
Ned and Guy Smith Smitbllad had an experience that thatthey tbatthey thatthey
they will remember to the last day of their theirlives tbeirlives theirItves
lives and which bich only for a miracle would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have cost them their lives livesThey UvesThey livesThey
They left the Colorado River one day in inJune inJune inJune
June two years ago with their four burros burrosloaded burrosloaded burrosloaded
loaded with provisions pro lis ions and an the ever present presentwater preselltwater presentwater
water kegs intending to make a three days daysstay daysstay daysstay
stay in the desert before returning to the theriver theriver theriver
river to refill their kegs At the end of the thefirst thefirst thefirst
first day they encountered a terrific sand sandstorm sandstorm sandstorm ¬
storm common to that section of the desert desertand desertand desertand
and were compelled to remain in camp till tillit tillit tillit
it was over For two days the storm raged ragedwhile ragedwlite ragedwhile
while their water was getting lower and andlower andlower andlower
lower in the kegs The burros had wan wandered wandered wandered ¬
dered away during the first night of the thestorm thestorm thestorm
storm and had probably perished and been beencovered beencoered beencovered
covered up in the shifting sand which whichmakes whlcli whlclimakes whichmakes
makes new ew sand duties in an hour so they theywere theywere theywere
were left without even the company of ofthose ofthose ofthose
those faithful friendato friends to break the monotony monotonyOn monotonyOn monotonyOn
On the moraine momln of the third day the thestorm tkestorm thestoria
storm storm abated in its fury and the hardy hardyprospectors hardyprospectors hardyprospectors
prospectors started to retrace their foot footsteps footstepa footsteps ¬
steps to the banks of the river where water waterwas waterwas waterwas
was to be had and where they had left leftpart leftPfrt leftpert
part of their camp mp equipage and stock of ofprovisions ofprovision ofprovisions
provisions brought from the Needles by a arewboat arowboat atowboat
rowboat The sand had so changed the thelandmarks thelandmarks
landmarks 1 ndmarJIs that the brothers could not tell tellthe tellthe tellthe
the directions of the compass c mpas and awoke woke to tothe tothe tothe
the terrible certainty that they were were lost lostand lostnd lostand
and nd lost without any water in their can canteens canteeDS canteens ¬
teens They wandered aimlessly around aroundtflll aroundUl aroundthi
tflll thi Ul night hoping ejainst G 1inst hope that the theitnd theCbid
itnd Clnd Providence Proyicel1 t which Watches over every I
human being would direct their footsteps footstepsn
fn n the way that they should travel travelThey travelThey travelThey
They passed an uneasy uncas night and by byjnorning byD1orning byJporaing
jnorning their craving for water had in increased inreMtd increased
creased to torture The second day was wasput wast wasptit
put t in much as the first had been The Thepitiless Tbepitiless Thepitiless
pitiless sun beat down on their heads with witha
a heat equal to a furnace Mirages appeered ap appeared appeared >
peared in the distance in which lakes of ofwater orwater ofwater
water could be seen by the halfcrazed half crazed men menThey menTey menThey
They followed many a mile in the direction directionof directionof
of the phantom lakes and finally at night nightfall nilthttall nightfall ¬
fall lay down to rest till morning Their Theirtongues TheirtOBItUes Theirtongues
tongues were so swelled they were were pro protruding protruding protruding ¬
truding cracked and bleeding from their theirmouths theirmotlls theirmouths
mouths Their minds wondered and they theysaw theysaw theysew
saw streams of running water on every everyside everyside everyside
side Tables loaded with viands fit for a aking akin aking
king kin were set before their troubled visions visionsand visionsa visionand
and a d then disappeared as they were about aboutto aboutto aboutto
to sup and dine dineThat dineThat dineThat
That awful night finally nally came to an end endas endas endas
as every night will and the poor prospec prospectors prospectors prospertore ¬
tors with hope gone struggled to their feet feetonce teetonce feetonce
once more to begin that terrible search for forwater forwater forwater
water A lizard frightened at the unusual unusualsight unusualslltbt unusualsight
sight of man scuttled from the protection protectionof
of a rock and ran toward another rock some someSO
50 feet away So hot was the sand that the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little creature used as it was to the heat heathad heathad heathad
had only run half the distance when there therewas therewas therewas
was a little puff of white smoke seen rising risingin risingIn risingin
in the air and nothing earthly was left of ofthe ofthe ofUse
the cremated creature Other prospectors prospectorsverify prospectorsveriry prospectorsverify
verify the statement made to nie by Guy GuySmith GuySmitb GuySmith
Smith relating to the cremation of the thelizard tltelfllQrd theHoard
lizard and I have no reason to doubt their theirwords tbelrword theirwordsWriter
wordsWriter words aWriter Writer Other prospectors have havetoW havetold i itold
told me that th t they have held a canteen up upside upside upside ¬
side down letting the water run from it in ina ina ina
a Stream and that not a drop would ever everresell everteub everteeeh
resell the ground it would w uld all go up in insteam inIIte inteem
steam IIte teem 1 So o much for the Mojave Desert in insummer iDsummer insummer
summer summerThe summerThe summerThe
The fourth day saw the two men still stillstruggling stillIItrJluh stillstrugghug
struggling IItrJluh g along al l1g in their endless eudle search for forwater forwater forwater
water but almost too weak to longer drag dragtheir dragtheir dragtheir
their feet over the burning sand There Thereshoes Thereshee Thereshoes
shoes had long since worn out and their theirbleeding theirbleedlu theirbleeding
bleeding bleedlu feet left carmine stains on the thewhite thewithe thewhite
white sand sandLate sandLate sandLate
Late in the afternoon of this day the two twomen twomen twomen
men fancied they saw a palisade fence in inthe intbe inthe
the disnee dis diswnce nce and staggered on toward it itNeither It ItNeither itNeither
Neither could express his thoughts save saveby saveby saveby
by motions for their tongues were in such suchcondition suchcondition suchcondition
condition that they could not articulate a asound asound asound
sound As they neared the supposed fence fencethey tencethey fencethey
they were surprised and disappointed to tofind tofind tofind
find that instead of long stakes driven in inthe inthe inthe
the ground each object was a small pillar pillarof pillarot pillarof
of sand some four feet high On top of ofeach ofeacb ofeach
each pillar was the track of a camel Years Yearsbefore Yearsbefore Yearsbefore
before when the only rainstorm in the his history blstory histors ¬
tory of the desert had fallenthere were a few fewcamels fewcamels fewcamels
camels which had been used as an experimeat experi experiment experiment ¬
ment by the Government running at large largeupon larieupon largeupon
upon the plains One of these animals had hadwalked hadwalked hadwalked
walked along pressing the moisten moistened sand sandinto sandinto sandinto
into a cement beneath its foot as 4eep deep eep as asthe asthe asthe
the moisture extended i and nd when the sand sandstorm sandstorm sandstorm ¬
storm sweptothe desert months afterward afterwardthe afterwardtbe afterwardthe
the loose sand had been blown away from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the tracks leaving the pillars sticking stlckin out outof outof outof
of the sand with the track tra k of a camel on top topof topof lopof
of each other otherKnowing otherKnowicii otherKnowiag
Knowing that the camel was probably go going going golug
ing in the direction of the nearest water when whenit whenit whenit
it crossed that way the brothers concluded concludedto
to follow the tracks an easy task under the thecircumstances thecIrcumstances thecircumstances
circumstances In their feeble condition conditionthey conditionthey conditionthey
they could not go over a hundred steps stepswithout stepswithout stepswithout
without sitting down to rest After going goingabout goiniabout goingabout
about a mile in this manner Ned saw what whatappeared whatappeared whatappeared
appeared to be a large bowlder near the thecamel thecamel th thcamel e
camel tracks and selected it as a seat upon uponwhich uponwhich uponwhich
which to rest After sitting on it for a few fewminutes fewminutes fe feminutes w
minutes the instincts of a prospector caused causedhim cansedhim cause causehim d
him to wonder what the bowlder was doing doingin doingin doin doinin
in that particular place away from any hull hullfor hills hillsfor blUsfor s
for they had long since wandered out of ofthe ofthe o othe f
the range of hills in which they had been beenprospecting beenprOllpectingand bee beeprospectingand n
prospecting prOllpectingand and what its formation might mightprove mightrove mighprove t
prove > > rove to be Getting out his little pick an anarticle anarticle a aarticle n tn
article a prospector always carries In his bisbelt hisbelt hi hibelt e
belt he began to pick at the bowlder The Thefirst Thefirst Th Thfirst e
first blow broke a piece from the supposed supposedstone sUPPo snppoae snppoaeatone Cd Cd8tone d
stone and he took it up to examine it A At Atthe Atthe At Atthe
the first appearance it resembled a crystal crystalof crystalof erystaof 1
of rock salt U and the perishing man IUtI thought thoughtit thoughit t
it was simply a pi piece tflle e of mineral which whichabounds whichabounds whleabounds b
abounds in places p au IB I the Mojave DesertUpon Desert DesertUpon DertUpon
Upon closer investigation i Yestf tfot1 the manovercome man was wasovercome wuQvercome
overcome with JOT for th UMobjut object of bis ex txmiaatimi exmulaU examiastiva
amiastiva miaatimi mulaU proved proy to b be a large rge piece ieee of ice
Without further investigation isvo Ugation the brothers brothershastened brothershastened brothershastened
hastened to break off some Ome small pieces of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the ice which they dissolved in their theirmouths tbelrmouthll theirmouths
mouths letting the precious drops trickle trickledown trickledown trickledown
down their throats until their cravings for forwater lorwater forwater
water had been appeased and they felt thattheir that thattheir thattheir
their lives had been saved They told me methat methat methat
that they thought that the ice had been lost lostby lostby lostby
by a party of Government surveyors who whoItad wholtQd who15ad
Itad 15ad passed through that section Of thecountry the thecountry tbecountry
country forty years ago in bull teams and andthat andthat andthat
that the sun was so hot the ice could not notmelt notmelt notmelt
melt but was seared over by a crust re resembling reo reosenlbling resenibitng ¬
sembling the burnt burnt ctust of alof a loaf of bread breadbaked breadbaked breadbaked
baked by a woman while neighbors are inthe in inthe Inthe
the parlor The theory I think is correct correctWith correctWith correctWith
With the new strength given them by theice the theice theIce
ice the brothers each carying as much ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the ice as he could manage started once oncemore oncemore oncemore
more upon the tracks of the camel which whichwith wltichitb whichwith
with itb the stealth of an Indian following a adeer adeer adeer
deer they tbeytraced traced indeed to the very ver banks banksof banksof hanksof
of the Colorado River RiverTo RivtrTo RiverTo
To prove this story one of of the Smith Smithboys SmitbboysI SmithboysI
boys boysI I now forget which one but that is isof Isof isof
of no importance importanceshowed showed me the camel cameltracks cameltracks cameltracks
tracks ten miles out from where they theystruck theystruck theystruck
struck the river At that point theydid they did notrise not notrise notrise
rise above the surface of the sand any anylonger anylonger anylonger
longer From there Tcould see them stand standing standini ¬
ing in like sentinels of the desert as safer far as the theeye theeye theeye
eye could distinguish objects I have been beentold beentold beentold
told by other men who have also seen the thetracks thetracks
I tracks that they have used them to tie their theirburros theirburros theirburros
burros to on various occasions One ofthem of ofthem oftbem
them was sent to the Smithsonian Institu Institution Institution Iustituteen ¬
tion by a young naturalist who thought hehad he hehad hehad
had found loun d the petrified limb of some gigantic gigan gigantic gigantic ¬
tic and prehistoric animal animalFEW animalFEW animalFEW
FEW NOSES ARE STRAIGHT STRAIGHTThe STRAIGHTThe STRAIGHTThe
The Cause Why hy All Noses Turn to the thenight theRIJht theRight
night Instead of ofSetthl Setting Straight StraightVery StraightVery
Very few peoples noses are set properly properlyupon properlyupon properlyupon
upon their faces Any observant oh erva1Jt person personwho personwho personwho
who will go along the thestreet street and take noticeof notice noticeof noticeol
of the nasal organs organ of the passersby peaeers by may mayeasily mayeasily mayeasily
easily convince himself blm lf on the subject
Not one individual in a hundred whetherman whether whetherman whetherman
man or woman is above criticism as to the thearrangejnent thearrangllJ11etlt thearrangement
arrangement of his or her nose noseIt n06eIt noseIt
It is not that most peoples noses are not notsufficiently notsufficiently notsufficiently
sufficiently wellshaped we11 shaped Whatever may bethought be bethought bethought
thought of the Chinese nose or the African Afri African Arrican ¬
can or the Filipino the average Caucasian Caucasiannasal Cauoosiannasal Caucasiannasal
nasal protuberance is fairly symmetrical
But unfortunately whatever its form may
be bewhether whether pure Greek or Hebraic or
Roman or plain snub snubit it is nearly always alwaysset alwaysset alwaysset
set crooked on the face faceOne laceOn faceOne
One On might think that nature is a little littlecareless littlecareless littlecardessabout
careless cardessabout about this matter When the nose noseturns noseturns noseturns
turns off at Ion n angle instead iuo ac1 of wuraing
its just and proper attitude It tends at allevettta all allevents aUW
events W tHa In extreme dtet1l cases to give a disordered disor disordered disordered ¬
dered effect to the features as a whole wholeBut wholeDut wholeBut
But if nature really does doe not care which whichway whichwily whichway
way a nose points there ought to be asmany as asmany asmany
many noses nose turned one way as are turned turnedthe turnedthe turnedthe
the other otherBut othernut
But is this the case Not a bit of it it As Asyou Asyou Asyou
you walk down the street look at the peo people people peopie ¬
ple as they KO by and you will discover discoverthat discoverthat discoverthat
that the noses of ninety out of every everyone everyonehundred one onehundred onehundred
hundred turn to the right When once youhave you youhave youhave
have begun to notice this fact it will constantly con constantly constantly
stantly attract your attention In truth truththe truththe
the objection to starting in upon a study of ofthis otthis ofthis
this kind is that you cannot get away fromit from fromit fromit
it afterward It haunts you steadily andpersistently and andpersistently andpersistently
persistently Whenever you meet a friend friendyou lriendyou friendyou
you look at his hi nose to make sure whether whetherit
it turns to the right or left leftSome leftSome leftSome
Some folks there are indeed who seem seembuilt seembuilt seembuilt
built on a bis blalndlvidual individuals whose eyesslant eyes eyesslant eyesslant
slant at an angle or even at different an angles angles anglee
gles whose mouths in the very expansion expansionof
of a smile twist downward to a sneer sneerper sneerpersons sneerpersons per persons ¬
sons warped from birth or by habit to perversity per perversity perversity ¬
versity with such it is the business of the thecrimlnologist thecriminologist thecriminologist
criminologist to deal But for the lie vast vastmajority vastmajority vastmajority
majority of plain people some simpler explanation ex explanation explanation ¬
planation must exist existNow existNow existNow
Now the phenomenon being as de described desciibed described ¬
scribed what is the reason behind it Whyshould Why Whvshould Whyshould
should nearly everybodys nose turn to theright the theright therigllt
right rather than to the left There seems seemsto seemsto seemsto
to be only one way to account for it and andthat andthat andthat
that is that almost everybody is right righthanded rilthtbanded righthanded
handed and uses his handkerchief corre correspondingly correspondlllgly cornapondingly ¬
spondingly So from infancy to old age agehe agethe agehe
the he nose in the process of being blown and andwiped andwiped andwiped
wiped is persistently tweaked to the right rightHence TightHenoe rightHence
Hence as the infant passes throug child childhood childhood childhood ¬
hood and later youth youthwheD when the nasal nasalorgan nasalorgan nasalorgan
organ is malleable and in process or formation forma formation lormation ¬
tion so to speak speakit it is obliged gradually
but surely to assume an Inclination to theright the theright theriltb
right rightIf riltb riltbIf rightIf
If this theory be correct the noses of left lefthanded lefthanded lefthanded
handed persons ought to turn customarily customarilyto
to the left Such in fact appears to be the thecase theOflse thecase
case but data on this interesting branch ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the question are not sufficiently complete completeto compl te teto
to afford alfor a a final conclusion conelusionINDEX conclusionINDEX conclusionINDEX
INDEX WANTS INFORMATIONSeveral INFORMATION INFORMATIONSeveral INFORMATIONSeveral
Several Very Ver Pertinent Questions andthe and andthe andthe
the Price of Rural Delivery DeIlYer Boxes BoxesEditor BoxesEdior BoxesEdllor
Editor Sunday Globe GlobeIf GlobeIf GlobeIf
If it is not about time for Gus Gu Congress Congressman Congressman Congressman ¬
man Louds Big Injun to organize an another anotherconpiracy anotherconspiracy ¬
other otherconpiracy conspiracy to have bavesomebodyremoved bavesomebodyremovedSecrecy somebody removed removedSecrecy removedSecrecy
Secrecy in in his rural rnralletterbox letterbox freak sprung sprunga
a bad leak leakthe the buns flew out outand and someone some someone someone
one is to blame Who is the guilty wretch wretchthe wretcbthe wretchthe
the vile informer informerTrot informer iDtotmtrTrot informerTrot
Trot out your conspiracy Gus and have havethe bavethe havethe
the onery cuss fired firedPrice firedPrice firedPrice
Price of letterboxes reduced from 3 downto down downto dowlIto
to 50 cents Tab tab tabIf tahl tahlIC i iIf
If the clerical force in the Rural Free De Delivery Delivery Dclivery ¬
livery will be domiciled another year ear in the theStar theSlar theStar
Star Building What is the matter withthe with withthe withthe
the new n w Census Building There will be beplenty beplenty beplenty
plenty of room in that structure all OH one onefloor onefloor onefloor
floor after the first of July and it is a Gov Government Government Goveminent ¬
ernment building Why not have MrClarke Mr MrClarke 1 < lr lrClarke
Clarke the Henglishman and our Fir Vlrginia Virginia Firginia
ginia farmer occupy that place and save four fouror louror fouror
or five thousand dollars rent This Thi sugges suggestion SUlriestion euggestion ¬
tion is respectfully submitted to the Com Committees Commlttees Committeea ¬
mittees on appropriations in Congress It Itis Itla Itle
is a good oneIf one oneIf oneICCaptain
If ICCaptain Captain Leibhardt will wear sunflower sunflowerin sunflowersin
in hs hi Lis coat coatlapel lapel thissummer this summer Chrysanthe Chrysanthemums Chr1santhemums ¬
mums are out of date and roses too small smallFlaming smallFlamingflimflam mall mallnaming
Flaming Flamingflimflam flimflam neckties sunflower nose nosegays notegays ¬
gays and shocks or polls of white hair look lookgay lookgay
gay for a Civil War veteran The Superb Superintendent Superlntendent Superbtendent ¬
tendent of Cadaver Letters in the P O D Dis Dis
is flashy flasbyln in the posy season Oscar Wilde Wildewent Wild Wildwent
went crazy over sunflowers sun sunflowersdied owersdied died in a Lon London London ¬
don insane asylum a few years ago Paul Paulremember Paulremember Paulremnmber0acar
remember remnmber0acar Oscar OscarA
INDBX INDBXA
A lady was walooking looking for her husband andinquired and andinquired andinquire
inquired anxiously of a housemaid Do Doyeu Doy D o
you y u bappgn hPI to know anything ef you your yourmasters your111astAj r
masters 111astAj I W whereabouts whereaboutsJjrittJBt v > crhotIla crhotIlaS
JjrittJBt S Irtu 11 felt tt terc tire maam replied the care careful caref car carfur e ¬
fur f r domestic but I think theyre in the thewash tbewath th e
wash washlUad washhead
head II the SOKDAY GLOW GLOM
fk fkDEATH
DEATH APPltTE APPltTEVi Vi ViMen
Men Awaiting Execution Execu Exectltfbn tibh Saidto Said Saidto Saidto
to to Possess Abnormal Appetites AppetitesCAUSE ApQctitesC AppetitesCAUSE
CAUSE C USE OF THE DELUSION DELUSIONStarvation D 6ELUSION 6ELUSIONStarvation tUSION tUSIONStarvation
Starvation In County Jails Jan While WhileAiVnttlnK Whileatu VhllcAvaltlDK
atu AiVnttlnK ailing Trial and by b Wlifch YJitcb Slier SlierIffs Slierfts
108 Iffs Make Their Fatt3st Fatt FattesvVerqui FattesvVerquisitesExperiences r1 j > erqiil erqiilBites erql1llte <
Bites sitesExperiences lte Experiences of the jlVirlter Writer Vltcr In InFeeding InFe inFeeding
Feeding Fe dinJt the Condemn Condemned 4i Contra Contradicta Contradlct Contradiets
dlct dicta Van Stavcrns KeeperThe KeeperTheLast Keeper X cpcrThe cpcrTheLast The TheLast
Last Meals and Hours of the Male Mnlelltetors Malefhctors 1Inl0fl1ctors
fhctors fhctorsOne fl1ctorsOne lltetorsOne
One of those accepted acceptedstatements statements about aboutcondemned aboutcondemned aboutondemned
condemned c murderers coins oin th the rounds ofthe of ofthe otthe
the press is the abgormal abnormal ablorn al appetite develaped devel developed developed ¬
oped by the wretch awaiting executionOne execution executionOne uecutionOne
One contemporary says saysDeath saysDeatb saysDeath
Death appetite is the name by whichkeepers which whichkeepers whichkeepers
keepers designate the strange morbid craving crav craving craving ¬
ing for food which attacked a condemned condemnedmurderer condemnedmutderer condemnedmutderer
mutderer in jail at Camden N J JSamuel ISamuel JSamuel
Samuel Van Stavern was hanged for wife wifemurder wifemurder wifemurder
murder April AprilS 8 Three weeks ago about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the time the death watch was set Van VanStavern VanStavern VanStavern
Stavern developed one of the most abnor abnormal abnormel ¬
mal and at the same time capricious ap appetites appetites apetites ¬ I
petites p etites ever given to a man under sentenceof sentence sentenceof sentenceot
of death deathVan deatbVan deathVan
Van Staverns keeper defines his strange strangecraving strangecraving strangeraving
craving c as the death appetite appetiteTo appetiteTo appetiteTo
To a certain extent all condemned murdeters mur murderers murderers ¬
derers develop this abnormal appetite be before before before ¬
fore death deathAt deathAt deathAt
At least all the men I have ever handledhave handled handledhave handledhave
have had it although none perhaps toquite to toquite toquite
quite the extent that Van Stavern suffers suffersIts sulIersIts SuffersIts
Its death the terrible haunting ha nUI1 nerveracking nerve nerveracking Herveracking
racking fear of death working on them themthat themthat themthat
that sets every faculty of mind and body bodyon bodyon bodyon
on a rack They eat not so much because becausethey becausethey becausethey
they care are for food but simply simp1 to satisfy atorturous a atorturous atorturous
torturous craving for something The Thenerves Thenerves Timenerves
nerves of the stomach are disordered by bythe bythe bythe
the strain of the death tear Just as all the theother theother theother
other nerves of the body are unstrung The Thenerves Thenerves Theselves
nerves cry out and this tlmi produces a sensa sensation sensatlon seusalion ¬
lion like hunger This is the only expla eplanation explanation explanation ¬
nation I know for it but the fact I feel feelpretty feelpretty feelpretty
pretty sure will be vouched for by anybodywbq anybody anybodywh9 anbod anbodwb9
wh9 has had the care of men condemned to todeath todeath todeath
death deathOf
Of course a a secondary reason may befound be befound belound
found in the fact that eating diverts themind the themind themind
mind of the prisoner a little just as do cardplaying card cardplaying cardplaying
playing and walking the floor floorI
I have never sgen seen a condemned mur murderer murderer murerer ¬
derer d erer yet that didnt eat well and sleep sleepwell sleepwetl sleepwell
well wellVan
Van Stravern like every prisoner upon uponwhom uponwhom uponwhom
whom the death watch has been set was wasallowed wasanowed wasallowed
allowed all the favors that mercy concedes concedesto
to justice Among these was the privilege privilegeof prlvlh ie ieof
of ordering anything any thin to be had at at the res restaurant restaurant resaurant ¬
taurant t which supplies the inmates of the theCamden theCamden theCamden
Camden jailLet jail jailLet jailLet
Let Van Stravern have anything on the therestaurant therestaurant therestaurant
restaurant restaurant bill of fare If he can get et the themoney themoney themoney
money let him buy whatever he 11 < < f 1lautsat 1lautsatother itttB at atother atother
other places II ordered Sheriff Sheri II Sells Sells when whenhe whenhe whenhe
he heard that the death appetite had badseized hadseized hadseized
seized the prisoner prisonerVan prisonerVan prisonerVan
Van Stavern smiled and rubbed hit hands handstogether handstoltether handstogether
together in a satisfied way when the order orderwas orderwas orderwas
was made known to him himBat himBat himEat
Bat Why you never saw sawa a man that thatcan thatcan thatcan
can eat the things that Ill have raveseat < sent fromnow from fromnow fromnow
now on he declaredThey declared declaredThey declaredThey
They treat me all right in here but you youknow youknow youknow
know the rules allow only two meals a day dayIm dayIm dayIm
Im not particular about what I have to eat eatbut eatbut eatbut
but I tell you what I would like to have haveenough haveenough haveenoughh
enough of it itInquiry itInquiry itInquiry
Inquiry developed the fact that the t e twomealaday two twomealaday twomealaday
mealaday rule was suspended in VanStaverns Van VanStaverus VanStaverns
Staverns case some time before and that thatno tbatno thatno
no limit was set upon the food that he con consumed consumed consumed ¬
sumed In spite of all Van Stavern Stavernmum Stavernmumbled Stavernmumbled mum mumbled ¬
bled Im terribly hungry sometimes sometimesIn
In appearance the condemned man was a aterrible aterrible aterrible
terrible picture of a human being ridden ridden bythe by bythe bythe
the furies of death He was a big biitmU9cu biitmU9cular muscu muscular muscular ¬
lar fellow hard arid an athletic despite the theconfinement theconfinement theconfinement
confinement of six months in jail Physic Physically Jlbysically physically ¬
ally he looked as strong as o an ox But the ttieterror tlieterror thetenor
terror in the glittering gray eyes and in the thedrawn thedrawn thedrawn
drawn skin about the temples was inde indescribable in indegcribable de decrlbable ¬
scribable A gread pallid circle rimmed rimmedeach rimmedeach rimmedeach
each eye and a fine sweat stood out outin in beads beadson beadson beadson
on his forehead and around his tightly tightlydrawn tilithtlydrawn tightlydrawn
drawn mouth mouthHe mouthHe mouthHe
He began at once to make out a menu menuand menuand menuand
and the writing of four of these daily was wasone wasone wasone
one of the chief solaces of existence He Hewiote Jlewlote Hewiote
wiote them on slips of paper often a a day dayor dayor dayor
or so e o ahead and andquantity d every order was enough en ugh in inquantity Inquantity
quantity to tj t supply a whole family of r ordi ordinary ordinary ordinary ¬
nary eaters Here is a sample menu said saidto saidto saidto
to be made out by tVan Van Stavern for one oneday oneday oneday
day in addition to which he had sweets sweetsand sweetsand sweetsand
and fruit brought in by a woman who whovisited whovisited whovisited
visited his cell daily dailyBREAKFAST dailyBREAKFAST dailyBREAKPAST
BREAKFAST BREAKPASTThree BREAKFASTThree BREAKFASTThree
Three Oranges OrangesWaffles < II IIWame rWaffles
Waffles Eggs on toast toastTenderloin toastTei toast toastTenderloin
Tenderloin Tei dedoln of beefsteakGlass beefsteak beefsteakGlass beefsteakGlass
Glass of cream cream f am Cocoa CocoaCigars CocoCiiar CocoaCigars
Cigars and cigarettes cigarettesLUNCHEON cigarettesI cigarettesLUNCHEON
LUNCHEON LUNCHEONBananas I LUNCHEONBananas < UNCHEONBananas
Bananas White grapes1repb grapes grapesregh grapestrrellh
trrellh regh tomatoes tomatoesGraham tomatoesOraha111 tomatoesGraham
Graham wafers w rll Iced tea teaSliced tea teaSHcedlpngue teaS1i
SHcedlpngue S1i Sliced e longue tqi1gue sandwiches sandwichesCream sandwichcsCream sandwichesCream
Cream puffs Cigars CigarsDINNER CigarsDI CigarsIIINNER
DINNER IIINNERBit DINNERBlue DI NER NERJr
Bit Blue Jr pointsIIo pointsModkturtle points pointsMook
Modkturtle Mook IIo k turtle soup jllip Roast chicken chickenPotato chickenP chicken chickenPotato
Potato P t to puffs Green peas peasCelery peas peaselery i iV
V Celery CeleryPlutn CeleryPftiiu elery eleryPrufu
Pftiiu Plutn pudding and pieIce pie pieIcecream pieIce
Icecream Ice cream Fruits Clears ClearsFrizzled CigarsSUPPER t tSUPPER
SUPPER SUPPERJdztl SUPPERFdazl4i
Frizzled beef and onionsCoffee onions onionsCoffee onIonsCoffc
Coffee and SaltinesFruits Saltines SaltinesFruits SaltinesFruits
Fruits Cigarettes CigarettesWhen Cigaret CigarettesWhen ts tsWhen
When thCtood the food was brought and d set set etdown etdownon dow dowon down downon n
on the deal table in n the little cage that Van VanStavern VanStavern Va VaStavern n
Stavern ate and slept in he fell to like likeravenous Ukeravenous likeravenous e
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ravenous creature creat re Apparently it did not notoccur notoccur no nooccur t
occur to him to leave anything on the theplates theplates th thplates e
plates Between meals he heoften of orten ten threw down downa dow dowa n
a hand of cards long enough to eat a a doze dozebananas dpaen dpaenbananas d cn cnbananas n
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bananas a mince pie or other delicacies delicaciesthat dellooclesthat deifoaeiethat s
that friends asked the goodna goodnaured good naured ured keejJern keejJernto bepento e
to bring up to him Day in and day out the tbejdeath thedeath tb tbf e
jdeath f death appetltCD4ded appetltr goaded ed him htmIHni himJm
IHni Jm terribly kulV1I1onsetlmes hungry sometimes he eMto 11411to eM
to a reporter reporterHis reporterllis
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of a caged cage < wild animal except that It to fslittle a alittle alittle
little atom appwHrtjf appwHrtjfVan appllrtrVan appei itg itgVan
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gray ray eyes eyes shining underneath his heavy 1teavyreddls heavyreddish heavyreddish
I reddish eyebrows A young priest walked walkedslowly walkedslowly walkedslowly
slowly up and downVan down downVan downVan
Van Slavern sprang up like an aroused arousedanimal arous arousedanimal d danimal
animal threw his 111 cords down and walked walkedover walkedover walkedover
over to the bars barsHow barsUow barsHow
How do I spend mv time Mostly onmy on onmy onmy
my knees saying my prayers from morning morningtill mornlnatill morningtill
till night he said wrenching at the bars barsnervously b barsnervously ra ranervously
nervously nervouslyWltat nervouslyWlmt nervouslyWhat
What else is there for a fellow in my fix fixto fixto fixto
to do You see nothing else will dp do me meany meany meany
any good No Im not religious Yes I Iam Iam Iam
am now of course but only lately In the themorning tilemorning themorning
morning as soon as I wake I fall on my myknees myknees myknees
knees I do the priest ill tell you thatWe that thatWe thatI
We all have to die Oh of course every everybody evervbody everybody ¬
I body says that But other oth r people donthave dont donthave dontI
I have to die the death that Im going to die dieIts dieIts dieIts
Its a horrible death for fora a manlike me meWhy meWhy meWhy
Why Im a bunch of muscles I I could lifta lift lifta
a ton it seems to me meOf mtOf meOf
Of course I eat a lot when I can get it itEverybody it itEverybody itEverybody
Everybody does that And Im terriblehungry terrible terriblehungry terriblehun
hungry hun sometimes I But it isnt true thatIm that thatIm thatIm
Im spending my last days in eatin eatiuiood eatiuioodthings calm good goodthings goodthings
things thingsI
I like plain food and plenty of it it Itsthis Its Itsthis Itsthis
this way I have to have something to tothink tot tothink
think t ink about Theres myreligion my religion of of course courseand courseand courseand
and theres there the cards and after that theres theresnothing theresnoUllng theresnothing
nothing to hinder a man from getting all allhe allbe allhe
he can to eat eatThat eatThat eatThat
That little 1 ltle restaurant over there do dothey dotbcy dothey
they call that much of a restaurant I Icouldnt Icouldnt Icouldnt
couldnt eat my head off over there if I Itried Itried Itried
tried I wont say what I like best to eat eatI eatI eatI
I dont know knowanvtbinlit anything Im terribly hun hungry hungry bungry ¬
gry sometimes I tell you that thattYes thatYes thatiYes
Yes Im here for killing my wife I Ishot Ishot Ishot
shot her three times I was crazy drunk drunkWe drunkWe drunkWe
We had not been living together for quitesome quite quitesome quitesome
some time She went home to her fathersWhy fathers fathersWhy tatbersWIlY
Why once I didnt see that woman for forthree fortbree forthree
three years yearsl I Three years and d thats a factWell fact factWell factWell
Well I saw a Woman coming along the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street I said to a boy Is that Mrs Van VanStavern VanStavern VanStavern
Stavern Yes its Mrs Van Stavern Sta rn said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he Then I I shot her And when she fell Ishot I Ishot Isbot
shot her twice more moreYou moreYou moreYou
You had something against your wifeWhy wife wifeWhy wifeWhy
Why Lord me mer Nobody ever had any anything anything anytiming ¬
thing against that woman I loved that thatwoman thatwoman thatwoman
woman Drunk Drunkjust just crazy drunk If Iftheyd Iftheyd
theyd a1 a locked me up before I shot her herwhy herwhy herwhy
why I never would have done it Its not notmy notmy notmy
my fault Im not a bad man manVan manVan manVan
Van Stavern turned and slouched away awn awntrom
from the grating his huge frame rolling as ashe ashe s she
he walked hiseuspenders his suspenders falling loosely off offhis offhis II IIhis
his collarless shirtHe shirt shirtHe shirtHe
He shuffled the pack of cards a moment momentlooked momentlooked momentlooked
looked uneasily from side to side sideSeems sideSeems sideSeems
Seems to me its getting about dinner dinnertime dinnertime dinnertime
time he said to a man sprawled out on onthe onthe onthe
the corridor floor floorIn floorIn floorIn
In Camden where Van Stavern had lived livedall livedall livedall
all his life the talk is mainly on the strange strangemania strangemania strangemania
mania that drove him to spend the last daysof days daysof daysof
of his life in feasting inordinately inordinatelyVan
Van Stavern surely got all he wanted foronce for foronce toronce
once they say with mingled accents of ofcuriosity ofcuriosity ofcuriosity
curiosity and awe as stories are retold of ofthe oftbe oftime
the huge platters of roast beef and plum plumpudding plumpudding plumpudding
pudding that the condemned man ate for forbis forhis forhis
his dinnerThe dinner dinnerThe dinnerThe
The GLOBS GLOB is forced to flatly contradict contradictthis contradictthis contradictthis
this keepers keep rs experience or statement It Itis Itis Itis
is possible that men awaiting execution in incounty incounty incounty
county jails excite wonder wondeir in the keepers keepersby keepersby keepersby
by requiring something to eat other than thanthe thanthe thanthe
the jail fare The jail all fare as a rule ruleis ruleIs
is that quantity of o coarse coar e food which is ab absolutely absolutely ¬
solutely sOl tely necessary to keep life in the theprisoner theprIson theprisoner
prisoner prIson r while torturing him with the pangs pangsof pangsof pangsof
of hunger In many years experience we wehave wehave wehave
have never discovered a single prisoner of ofthe ofthe oftime
the tens of thousands who reach the penltentiary penl penitentiary penltentiary ¬
tentiary from fromthe the jails jailswhiere where they were con confined COIlfined confined ¬
fined who did not fervently thank God that thatthey thatthey thatthey
they reached the penitentiary before they theywere theywere theywere
were starved to death This is due to the thefact theract thefact
fact that county sheriffs make their fattest fattestperquisites fattestperquites fattestperquisites
perquisites from feeding the prisoners Thestate The Thestate Thestate
state or county count allows the sheriff sheri II so muchper much muchper muchper
per diem for the board and washing of the theprisoner theprisoner theprisoner
prisoner The sheriff addresses himself tothe to tothe totbe
the problem of how he can feed the prisoner prlaonerand prisonerand prisonerand
and make 200 per cent profit The result isthat is isthat isthot
that the prisoner while in jail is if friend friendless frie1Jdless friendless ¬
less in a state of suspended animation animationthrough animationthrough animationthrough
through actual lack of sufficient nourish nourishment nourisIIment nourishmeat ¬
ment to keep body bo v and soul together togetherNow togetherNow togetherNow
Now when the condemnedculprit is to tobe tobe tobe
be executed at the jail as is the case in a agreat agreat agreat
great many of the states instead of in the thestates thestates
states prison or penitentiary he immedintely imme immediately ¬
dintely after sentence of death is pro pronounced prod ¬
nounced and the date fixed for his taking takingoff takingoff
off requests and secures sufficient food to torelieve torelieve torelieve
relieve the pangs of hunger and prevent preventthe preventtorture preventthe
the torture which he had heretofore suffered sufferedunder sufferedunder
under the ordinary jail regime This he is isallowed Isallowed i iallowed s
allowed as it is not the policy of the law 1 1add to toadd toadd o
add torture to the death penalty and hence hencethe hencetbe hencethe
the superior feed that is sufficient plainvictuals plain plainvictuals plainvictuals
victuals given the condemned over the un unconvicted Unconvicted I
convicted or short term prisoners prisonersIn I
In states like Ohio for instance where wheremen wheremen whermen e
men under the death sentence sentence are confined confinedin confinein d
in the penitentiary until the date set fo fotheir for fortheir forthefr r
their execution their appetites excite no nocomment nocOlUment nocomment
comment whatever Prisoners in the peni peastentiary penitentiary penitentiary ¬
tentiary who whowork work must must be fed and while whilethe wbilethe whilethe
the viands are not in quality such as are areserved areserved ar arserved
served up at the New Willard or the Hotel HotelLawrence 1l0te1Lawrence HotelLawrence
Lawrence they are sufficient in quantity quantityand quantityand quantityand
and the th pangs of hunger rarely assail the theconvict thecon theconvict
convict convictAs con convictAs vlct vlctAs
As clerk of the subsistence department departmentand departmentand departmentand
and the kitchen of the Ohio prison we have havehad havehad hav havhad e
had some experience in catering to o the ap appetites appetites appetites ¬
petites of men awaiting execution executionand executionand executionand
and w w have never known a case casesuch cJSesuch casesuch
such as the keeper describes nor ever hear hearof heard heardof beardof
of what he calls the death appetite appetiteUnder appetiteUnder appetiteUnder
Under Governors Campbell McKinley and andBushnell andBushnell andBushnell
Bushnell we provided the last supper for formore formcre fo fomore r
more than a score of executed felons both bothwhite botbwhite boa boawhite
white and colored and in not a single in instance inatance ¬ I Illlance
stance lllance did the unfortunate wretch who was wasto Vasto va vato s
to die after midnight and before sunrise ex express expre express ¬
press pre a a desire for or ask anything out of the theordinary theordinary theordinary
ordinary daily bill of fare The runner runner0r runnerOr runnerOr
Or 0r convict who attendson attends on the prisoners prisonersawaiting prisonersawaltlag prisonerawaiting s
awaiting execution and carries them thefood thei theifood the theood
food ood from the kitchen is the envied of his hisfellows hisellows hi hifellows
fellows ellows because there is always sufficientof sufficientofthe Sufficientothe ufficientofthe
the good things supplied the condemned condemnedleft condemnedleft condemnedleft
left over as titbits tlt blts to gratify his pallatj pallatjAs pallatA pailattAsa
As A Asa a rule the prisoners In the annex as asthat astbJlt am amtiu
that tiu t portion of the prison is designated designatedwhere desipatedwhere designatewhere d
where condemned murderers sentenced sentenceddeath to todeath todeatb
death are confined eat less than the con convicts convicts convicts ¬
victs serving sentences Of course the thefood tb tbload thfood e
food served the hapless wretches in the theannex theannex th e
annex is of abetter a better quality for the reason reasonthat r reaso ason asonthat
that months intervene from the date of oftheir oftheir oh
their sentence to the date of their execution executionand executionand executioand n
and being deprived of the physical exer exercise exercise axe r rd ¬
cise rise of labor in shop or foundry they could couldneither coUI coUIneither d
neither digest nor relish tthe the coarser fare fareabundant
abundant in quantity served the working workingand workin g
and average prisoner prisonerIt
It t was a common Joecurrence occurrence for the poor poordevils poordevils poem poemdevils
devils in the annex on on the eve of their ere erecution axecution
cution to express or orliend send letters of thank thankto thanks thanksto s
to Superintendent Mtfnshower M nshower of the kit kitchen kftchen ¬
chen for his kindnewi klndnell in supplying them themwith themwitb the
with palatable food and to this resp respect ct only onlydid onlydld one onedid
did they ever manifest any au Indication o Q f fjhe fhe
jhe he Van Stevens uc1e death th appetite appetitea
a
In the Ohio prison men are executed im immediately Immediately immediately ¬
mediately after midnight and from the thesupper tbesuppCr thesupper
supper hour 530 p m until is oclockmidnight oclock oclockmidnight oclockmidnight
midnight they are not served nor have they theyever tbeyeV1lr theyever
ever asked for food or even a cup of coffee coffeeIf colIeeIf coffeeIf
If they are smokers eigars are furnished furnishedthem furnlsltedthem furnishedthem
them and if they require stimulants the theprison thepr1l1on theprison
prison physician prescribes the quantity
It la IIOnly only in rare surcease cases that they ask for the thelar thelatter thelatter
latter larThe latterl1 latterTime
The Time l1 e writer writ irmer r has conversed with these con ¬
demned malefactors during the last few
hours of their existence existen and their conver conversation conversation conversation ¬
sation was as as natural as unaffected and an as
free from from nervousness or excitement as atany at atanytime atany
anytime any time during the time months of their con ¬
finement They have many times charged chargedus
us with last verbal messages of love friend friendship rriendship friendship ¬
ship or remembrance to relatives friends friendsand trienlsand friendsand
and acquaintances and when the warden wardenentered wardenentered wardenentered
entered Immediately after the stroke of oftwelve ottwelve oftwelve
twelve with the exclamation Jim or Tomas Tom Tomas Tomas
as the name might be time is up they
have quietly arisen from their seats with withthe wltbthe withthe
the response all right warden and fallen
in behind him in the march to the deathchair death deathchair deathchair
chair without either eitherstimulant stimulant or supportThe support supportThe upportThe
The whole thing is so orderly methodi methodical methodical methodical ¬
cal and matter of fact in a penitentiary that thatthe thatthe timatthe
the execution even of as many as three threemen threet1 threemen
men t1 = t the same evening causes cau es neither a aripple aripple aripple
ripple of excitement nor nor comment of more moreinterest moreinterest moreinterest
interest than would woul < t be excited by ordinary ordinaryprison ordinaryprison ordinaryprison
prison happenings among either prisoners prisonersor
or officials officialsThe officialsThe officialsThe >
The death appetite is a fake faket and the theprevious theprevious theprevious
previous jail starvation to which the con conSdemned condemned candemned ¬
demned was subjected by the sheriff of his hiscounty hiscounty hiscounty
county is alone responsible for this keepers keepersdelusion keepersdelusion keepersdelusion
delusion delusionHusband delusionHusbnnd delusionHusband
Husband kindly kindlyMy My dear you have havenothing bavenothini havenothing
nothing to wear have you youWife youWlte youWife
Wife with alacrity alacrityNo No indeed I Ihavent Ihaventj Ihavent
havent haventj not a thing Id be ashamed to be beseen beseen beseen
seen anywhere My very newest party
dress has been worn three times already
Husband HusbandYes Yes thats just what I toldBllfkins told toldBllfldns toldBmkins
Bllfldns when lie offered me two tickets for fortheooera forthe forthe
the theooera ones house tonight I knew if I took tookthem tookthem lookthem
them theyd only be wasted so I just got gotone got gotone irotone
one You wont mind if I hurry off offHorn om omHorn offHorn
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