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THE SUBURBAN HIKEDWASHINGTON HIKED ICiTIZENIi
WASHINGTON IiWASHINGTON Ii D C CIf CIt eIf
If science makes ns much progress progressJn pro progressn ss ssn
Jn n the creation of mechanisms for fortransmitting fornsmlttln foransmitting
transmitting nsmlttln the human voice olco during duringtho duringtho duringthe
tho nest decade ns It hns In the last lastflocade Instecado lastdecade
decade ecado the time may ma come when n ncoat nan
nan an In Oskaloosn can take from bill billcoat
coat pocket n 1 little bell and andtt rIng uJ uJfriend np npu
tt friend in Nagasaki Japan JapanTho JapanThe JapanTbo
The London Dally Mall 1all says there therejro thereIlrc
lire still ouch heavy hea demands d mands for forhorses forborses forhorses
horses in South Africa that there Is Isno IsPO isno
no PO real reserve at the Cape The Thebrltlsh TheBritish Thebritsh
British War Office Is s becoming becomingWarmed becominglarmell becominglarmed
Warmed at the heavy cost of providing providinghorses proldlngb provldlugarses
horses b arses rses and has again enjoined General Generalkitchener GeneralIttchener Generalfiatchener
kitchener to greater cam In n the ex expenditure exlendltme exjtendlture ¬
lendltme penditure of horse flesh as the market marketis marketis marketIs
is Is rapidly rlsfugTexas rising risingTexas lsI S STesas
Texas owns her own wn domain A Ayftst A Ast Alastt
yftst st area of it Is pastoral and arid aridIvVben nlldWhen aridWhen
When used free and In common thtf thtfland tllctlimtI tIU tIULand
land limtI became bleak and repellent rep llent Its Itsiforago Itsforage Itsforage
forage being destroyed A steer could couldbarely couldbarely couldbarely
barely live on a hundred acres Less Lessthan Lessthan Lessthan
than a decade ago against the oppo opposition opposltlon oppoeltion ¬
sition of the stockmen Texas made a aleasing ItleasIng aleasing
leasing law Now ow an area of seventeen seven seventeen seventeen ¬
teen acres supports a steer The range rangeis rangoIs rangeis
is restored and a proposition to re repeal repeal repeal ¬
peal the lease statute would convulse convulsethe convulsetho convulsethe
the State states a writer In the For ForThe FOlum Forum
um
The Bornadottes whom the first firstNapoleon l1rstNapoleon firstNapoleon
Napoleon transferred from his own ownnrmy ownarmy
army to the throne of Norway orway and nndSweden andSweden andSweden
Sweden are returning leturnlt1 to the demo democratlc democrnt1c
cratlc ranks whence they th y originally originallysprung origInallysprung originallysprung
sprung The elder son Oscar some sonetlmo 8010tJme sometime
time ago renounced his rights to thethrone the thethrone th ththrone
throne to contract a marriage with one oneInferior oneInferior
Inferior In rank l nk and now another son sonEugene sonEugene sonEugene
Eugene who Is following toll owing the t h e prates professlon pratessl
slon slon sl n of an artist with a studio in tho thoLatin thoLatin theLatin
Latin Quarter of Paris has applied for forthe torthe forthe
the assent of his father to a marriage marriagevlth marrIageWith marriageWith
With With an American lady residing in the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French capital nnd for permission lermlsslon to toresign toresl toresign
resign resl his right also to the succession successionto
to the throne throneThe throneThe throneThe
The Medical Record < l contends that thatIt thn thnIt thatIt
It Is Impossible to lay 10 down any hard hardBnd bardand
and fast rule of eating or drinking drinkingfor drlnkln drlnklntor drinkingfor
for a body of people The personalfactor personal personalfactor 11crsonol1actor
factor must be In every case taken In Into Into
to consideration considerationIn In truth It com CODlmnnds
mnnds the situation What suits one oneperson onnlorson oneperson
person lorson may be harmful to another anothernnd onotllerand
and if the Individual be possessed possesse of otordInary
ordinary common sense he will not be belong helong lclong
long before he finds out what food or ordrink ordrInk ordrink
drink agrees with him and regulate regulatebls regulatehis
his diet accordingly aces dingly A dyspeptic 11yspeptlcwho
who cats to excess or partakes of offood oftood
food which disagrees with him will wlitIn will willin
In the nature of t things suffer and anelit andif
if he be wise will alter his mode of otUte oflife
life
An indication IDll1c 11 of the trend tre d of f public publicopinion pUbllooplnlol1 publicopinion
opinion iu u France may be seen in the themovement tbemoement themovement
movement which is now on foot 1nthat in inthat Inthat
that country to abolish nil titles of no noblllty noblllty noblity
blllty In the republic The opponents opponentsof
of titles of the nobility In France Francepoint Prl1ncepoint
point to the fact that France F1 nco Is a are arepublic re republic republic ¬
public and argue that a nobility Is as asmuch 111much asmuch
much out of place pIa co there as it Is In the theUnited tbeUntted theUnited
United States After the general oleo oleotlon electlon deation
tlon a bill will vIII be Introduced Jn the theFrench tbel
French l < rench Parliament declaring all title titleillegal titlemegal titlesillegal
illegal and a strong stron effort will be bemade bemndo bemade
made to pass the measure It Is esti estimated estimated stl stlJUated ¬
mated that about half a million millionFrencmen millionllrencmen
Frencmen prefix the title of Count Countto Cbuntto Countto
to their names and it Is certain thatn that thatn
n large largcproportlon proportion of these titles are areassumed areassumed arenssumed
assumed and have no significance In Inthe Inthe n nthe
the blood or traditions of their bear bearers bealers bearers ¬
ers The attempt will be made to ap apply apply opply
ply the French national motto In n a anew anew i inew
new direction by doing away a wayUh with the themobility theIoblllt thetobility
mobility mobilityIt tobilityIt Ioblllt IobllltIt
It Is a sex to learn from no doubt doubrbut doubtbut doubtbut
but sometimes It Is perplexing ob obeervcs oblereB observes
serves the New York Sun Here war TVBJpoor waspoor warpoor
poor Colonel Nalrence of Hycres In Intho Inthe futins
the beautiful south of France Hi Hiha IIIha Hthnt
hnt ha < 5 done his work in the gendarmerie gendarmeriehad gendl1rmellabAd gendarmeriehad
had been retired and was hoping to toend toeM tostud
end his life In comfort In his villa villawith villaltb villawith
with ltb his bl wife They had been long longmarried 10nl1marrlell longmarried
married and were attached to each eachother eachother eachother
other Unluckily Mme me Nalrcutfe war warambitious wit witambltlolls warambitious
ambitious for her husband n Seihv Seihvtorship Settlltorshlp Seilatorahip
torship became he came vacant und she urgedhim urged urgedhim urge1him
him to tOj befqrhp l gSonbo olIe a candidate The Col Colonel Colonel Colonel ¬
onel knew better hetter than to do that hi htad hijhad IIIIa
defeated jhad ad Ia truntol run run for o office onconnd had been beendefeated eeD eeDd
defeated d tcated and ho didnt care for t for l poll politics polltJcs polltics ¬
tics any more So there were ani animated animated II IIInntell
mated discussions dlscu lons in that family tamll jflll jflllpnc fhllti m miJD
ti iJD fine pnc day Mine 1l11e Nalrenco walked into intoJjer Intoher intobcr
bcr her own parlor with a revolver Iji II her herhand her1111nd herhand
hand antI shut the Colonel dead Then Thenfihe Thenshe hell hellf
f she be rang run for 11 servant serl1l1t and uu told him himto himto hbn hbnto
to cull In the police TJioy JJoy will 111 prob probnbly l11ohollly probnbly
nbly call this an emotional tlOtlOiHlI crime fuFrance in inFrance InF1I1ucc
France The murderer may mil be ox oxtojlcd ox10led ox1oled
1oled tojlcd as a woman Itnitus of political politicaltduty 101l1le11dut politicalduty
tduty + dut duty It Is not altogether safe to b ba his 1J1Cl hisa <
a husband In Francer France
r
I
THE DAYS pAYS WORKDo WORK WORKDo WORKDo
Do the work of tho day as well wellAs wellAs
As 8 you ou have the wit to do doTry doTrrJor dory
Try TrrJor T ry for the bestfol best for tho best will tellWhat tell tellWhat ttl1Whl1t
What was 118 the end in view viewAlways view viewAlways iew iewAla
Always Ala your best bestit it is cheap to shirk shirkTho shirlrho sbfrhThe
The best mak makes the worker glad gladAnd gltdAnd gladAnd
And people remember the better work workForgetting workorgettinl workForgetting
Forgetting orgettinl the weak and bad badThey badThey badThey
They remember the careful tool toolAi toolAS toolAs
AS well us the perfect song
Scant is the memory memory for or a fool foolOr fool foolOr
Or 0 him who is idle longeople long
People Pe P eople e remember tho honest few fewWho
Who Who gave of the but they had hadThey hadThey hadhey
They T hey will remember the good y youu OU do doAnd doInd
And always forget tho Did bdDo badDo DidDo
Do tho work of the day as well wellAs wellAs e11 e11As
As though it would close your toll tollHe tolJHe tollie
He l ie wh who a n sermon in stono would tell tellMust tellMust tellMust <
Must chisel and carve and moil moilWeak mollWeol moilWeak
Weak and lifeless or firm and trui truiTho truTho truq >
Tho work of the day is set setPeople actPeople et etPeople
People remember the good we do doTho dorlia doThe
The bad ba they the will m loon forget forgetYesterday forgetIesterdav i iY6ter
Yesterday Y6ter n is a record made madeChangeless mtdeChangelcH madeChangeless
Changeless for good or ill illHands illHands illHeads
Hands today must be unafraid unafraidReady uunfrnidReady unafraidReady
Ready to work ork your our will willUseless willUselc willUseless
Useless Uselc to tomorrow morr9sr to sadly rue ruePlans ruePIms ruePlans
Plans that were far from surecople sure surePeople scrclcople
People cople remember the good you OU do doAnd doAnd doAnd
And they forget the poor poorW poorY poorlV
W Y D Ncsbit esbit to in Baltimore American
Ralph Mnsson was II consnmptlYou consumptlyYou
You knew It by by the bright hopeful cy cyhe e
the t he dull gale skin and the nervous Ir Irritable 1rrltable 1 1rltable r
rltable cough that accentuated h hlightest
slightest s speech and racked his at attenuated nttenuated at attentated
tenuated frame And his tempera temperamental temlelmental tempermental a
mental vivacity was due to the cam Eamead camdread
dread ead disease that while consumlu consuminlife consumlulite
life dazzles the senses with golden vis visIons rl rlons Is IsIons
Ions i ons of longevity longevityMasson longevityInsson longevityMasson
Masson was night telegraph tele Paph operatet
at a t a small station on the Illinois 11I1n lB Cen Central Central Conteal
tral Railroad between Chicago on onew nnNew
New ew Orleans In a locality 10ctllt where pin plnforests pinforests
forests modified the air with a tool toolof
of balsam for hurt lungs and the fir firsandy dry drysandy rr rrsandy
n
sandy soil furnished a chance for open openair oplnall openair
air exercise Masson owned a goo goohorse
horse and nt hours when he wag us duty dutyfree dutrfree dui duifree
free he rode his race for life with Ith ae aeand
and satisfaction Like all consump consumptives consUmltles consum consumtires I
tires his spirits increased as his lIealt aealtdeclined
declined and he saw with feverish in intensity Illtensity intensity
j
tensity a long vista Jsta of future pros prosperity prosperlty pro properltr s
perity peritySomething perltySomething t tSomething
Something peculiar In the ment mentmakeup al
i makeup of the young operator w a aboth
l both interesting and baffling to net
acquaintances a but It was merely merel tU tUexpression
expression of a cult which Is not ye yene
one o ne of the exact l tI1ct sciences but ivlnlc ivlnlcas
I has h as Immense undeveloped u tl eloped peAslbilflea poibill poibillties 11oslbilIties i
ties tiesRalph
Ralph Masson was a student
psychic phenomena n firm believer In Intelepathy IIItelepnthy 1ntelepathy
j telepathy and an ardent Investigator InvestigatorInto InvestigatorInto investigatornto
I Into nto every eel new occult theory tIeor lIe was washimself WIShlmselr washimself
himself a hypnotist possessing IOFs sslns n na natural l1atuml naurn ¬
l tural t urn gift cultivated and developed by bystudy l lstutI bystudy
study stutI and practice At Harvey Sta Station Statlon Stnthou ¬
t thou he had small opportunity to 1mprone 1m Improve 1mproo ¬
i prove this faculty but there was onefamily one onefamily ol1efamily
I family living a few miles mlle down the
line where he found n willing convertto convert convertto C011ertto
to his peculiar views and what was wasmore wasmore wasmore
more Important H valuable subject to tocarry tocnlTY tocarry
carry them out successfully RuccesatulJ RuccesatulJloIurgaret
Margaret Lansing Ianall a a girl of eigh ¬
teen became Infatuated with the thestrange thestrange thestrange
strange new power and gave Masson
her intelligent cooperation co operatlon when nt on anvening onevening nileenlng
evening e entertainment at the little file ¬
islet schoolhouse before he went on
duty he gave an exhibition of his skilland skill skillnnd skillnnll
and easily sent her into a profound
hypnotic sleep Her family and andriends
friends f were present and gave their theirconsent theirconsent theirconsent
consent looking upon it as a part of
the evenings entertainment and see ¬
ing nothing serious in the perform performance performnnce performauce ¬
ance They were merely amused and andncredulous
incredulous I when laying his hand on
her forehead < l with a light touch
said eoldGo
Go over to the station go into theoffice
office and tell me what you see there
He did not know that she could o
would woul submit to the test she had
doubtless been there at some time and
might describe it from memory and
the test would be of lio value alue Sh
did not respond quickly qUlckl and he re repeated
peated the command After a
she began to shiver ns With fear
What do you see seeTwo sect sectTwo 5 5Two
Two men who look like robbers
They ore breaking open n desk deskCan deskCan deskCan
Can you describe the menOne men menOne lUenOno
One is young and one Is old They
wear eal caps and have
tied over tho lower part of their
faces facesLook facesLoa facesLook
Look Loa I through the handkerchiefsand
and tell me what you see seeThe see seeThe seeThe
The one who Is young young yo ng has n Tel reimustache Telmustache re remustachio i
mustache and one eye e e Is s gone
other has whlto hair amt a cmoot cmootface
face They arc working in a hurry hurry
Ahhh th hdb they the are caught caughtThe caughtThe caughtThe
The girls breath was Jndrnwn wltla
a sob The hypnotist made a II fc fcpasses few fewpasses fewpasses to
passes over her nud she came to her herself herelt herself ¬
self elt weak and exhausted exhaustedSome exhaustedSme exhaustedLome
Some of you fellows Cell ws 50 0 over OrC oE cr to ih the
station and see If she Is right BUg suggested BUggested auggested
gested Massou who was deadly deadlypnle deadlypnlennd pal paland
and much excited excitedTho eceltcdTho excitedThe
Tho Investigating party soon re returned returned returned
turned for they had met a IOSSEwbl POSSEwhich
wbl which h had surprised the robbers nttheir attheir
their wort work The l he men they had captured cap captured caltured
tured were were two tramps who 110 were ex cxaetly exactly exnctly
actly as the girl hud described themNo them themNo themo
No o one was mere astonished thauQsson thanMasson
Masson Qsson himself or more overjoyed overjoyedfor overJo ed edtor
for It demonstrated as a fact factt thepower th thpower
power that he feared might be nation lictlonVAhcn tlctlonWhen nationWhen
When on other ther occasions Ralp RalpMasson UalphInsson
Mnsson followed up lp this feat by oth 9thens others others
ers quite as wonderful empl03lnjInr employingMargaret
Margaret Inr nrct Lansing as n subject her lacfamily helfamn
family famn objected They The argued that t twould 11wou1d
would Injure her health 110sslblywleck Possiblywreck
wreck her nerves and that nothnlgootl notion notiongood
good would ultI result from dabbling l1Ibblln h hmysfm In Inmysteries 111mystclfes
mysfm mysteries fes Massou 11sson was greatly disap disappointed dlsalpoInted dlsappointed
pointed for he felt that the successof succesof s
of n great discovery depended on th thgIrl thgirl
girl What might he not accomplishby
by her assistance He might teachher tenether
her to read the tIll stars to fathom tho se secrets secrets secrets
crets of infinitude 1 And here ho foundhhusclt founthimself
himself unable unq le to cope with the filstedict firs firsfilet t
edict filet of parental authority authorityThe autllo11t autllo11tThe nutllorltThe
The parents were undoubtedly right rightThey rightTher rightThey
They saw on their daughters part an another auother 11 11othel
other kind Idndof of Infatuation infatuation a glowlngf01H1ne geowlufondness
fondness f01H1ne s for 01 this young 3011l1 man whosedns whosdays
days were ele numbered Science wn wnnothing wasnothing
nothing when put In the scales wIthtlJell wtl wtltheir
their love for their child Massou appealed ap appealed nppealed
pealed to Margaret Lansing ns a l slcl sickman slclman slclman
man always appeals to n healthy health sym sympathetic SI1I SI1Ipathetic ¬
pathetic woman First pity thenloe the thelove n
nn
love He who has brutal health can cannever cannever catnever n
never know the sweet recompenses orweakness a aweakness p
weakness Your robust man has no nocharm nocharm n ncharm o
charm compared to the pleading lovo lovoof 100ot lov lovof o
of an Invalid Ralph had said to Margaret Mar Margaret Q1 Q1suet ¬
garet that he could hypnotize her at atdistance a adistance adIstance
distance distanceI
I can bring brln you to me at any time timeby tImeby tlm tlmby
by calling you on and willing you to tocome tocome t o
come It will bo Impossible for you younot yetnot ou ounot t
¬ not to obey ma meShe maShe
She had smiled Into his bright com compelling compelllng cornpelUug ¬
pelling eyes nvlth lth a l faith and belief beliefthat belteftliat f
that were rro sublime and held horsolf horsolfin hocscJfIn f
in readiness to go like a bird of th thale the theair theall e
air when he called cnll l her but nothlu nothlucame nothing nothingcame nothingcame g
came of It for he had tried trIedand trIedandfailed and andfailed d
failed His mind could not control controlhers controlhers 1
hers by b any distant treatment and un ho hohad hohad h hhad e
had never been able to reach her helbj helbjelthel by bycither
cither ° telepathy or hypnosis hypnosisOne IlnmoslsOne hypnosisOne
One night nl ht when Massou was IS on duty dutyat dutyat dui duiat y
at his station he received n telegram telegramfrom telegln111CrolD telegramfrom n
from linwllns ten miles down the theline theline th e
line
WASHOUT AT I BIUS BIUSCOE DlUSCOE BIt1SCOE
COE WAIIN 220 EX EXITESS EXIImSS
PRESS THIS OFFICE OFFICECAXNOT Q1 < FlCE FlCECANXOT
CAXNOT l 1 NNOT N NO ItEACII THEM THEMIt 1IUDIt
It was signed with the name of the thonight thenIght o
night operator op rntor at Itawltus and there therewas tlllreWI1S e
was hardly u half hour before tin tintrain tilltrain
train was duo ue at Briscoe Margaret Margaretsfather Margaretlather 1argareti4fnthe s
father was station agent at that polit politbut lo11tbut polytbut
but the express did nonstop not stop then and andhe nndhe not 1
he probably knew nothing 110tbln oC tho thowashout thowashout e
washout amid no other train arrlvlag arrlvlaguntil a1lII a1lIIuntil
until until morn morning mnrnlnr In hn he vjnnlil woul would lin hI be at nf limiln hon e 1
and asleep 1 leep It was five miles mll s to Brls Brlscoc Brlscoe Briscoo
coo rind raining hard rio I o horse could couldmake couldmalIc conk I Imake I
make the distance In time to give the thealarm thealarm tin tinalarm e
alarm And hundreds of sleeping me meand men menand menand n en J
and women were speeding to certain certaindeath n i
death deathThe dea deathThe tho thoThe I
The young operator felt an uncontrollabic uncon uncontrollable uncontrollable ¬
trollable weariness and lethargy creep creePIng creeplag ¬
ing over ov over r him but he pulled himself to together together
gether with a desperate effort that thatmade thatmade the themade t t
made every nerve tingle and nd vibrate vibrateHe vibrateHe IbalolIe
He wan speaking aloud although alone aloneIn aloneIn alon alonin e
In his office officeMargaret officeargaret officeMargaret
Margaret argaret Margaret Margaret Margarcf1Got MargaretOct rarsnre rarsnreGet +
Got your fathers father red lantern go godown godown g o >
down to the Brlscoe lUver lver and swing swinga swln swlna K
a danger signal for the 220 O express expressGo elpressGo expressGo g
Go at once I command you my den denhovel dear dearlove dearlove r
hovel love Go go go gol In Gods name thane rise risefrom riseflom rig rigfrom n
from your our sleep Margaret r rgaret and gel gelThu go goThe gorho
The night express xprcss came rushing rushingon lushlnson rusliln ruslilnon g
on to BrJscoe station when Engineer EngineerPreston Englncer11oston Engine EnginePreston p f
Preston saw far ahead of him n tin tiny tinyred y r
I red spark glowing Instinct In the theman theI th n
I man read Its meaning before It had hadgrown hndHlOWU ha hagrown d 1
grown to proportions that signaled signaleddanger slsnaleddungel signal signaldanger ti 1
danger The train slowed owed up with withsuch withBuehunwlllhlgneslI wit witsuch i
such BuehunwlllhlgneslI unwillingness of steam aiiil nl acid il omit 011
Ing wheel such suul1l1 a mighty groaning and unl1g1lndln andgrinding an angrinding d 1
grinding of the whole outfit that the thestubborn tiltstubborn th thslubboru e
stubborn resistance threw passenger passengerout II1zsen er erout i A 4out
out of tile berths and brought blou h t tho thothrobbing thothrobbing th ththrobbing a 3
throbbing shrieking shrelln engine to a stand standstill stUIIstili stainstill ¬
still on the very very ery brink of destruction destructionwhere destlUetlQnwllefoe destructlqwhere n j
where n whiterolled white robed figure with un 111 ¬
bound hair swung with persistence1 persistence1and IIlIslRtencand herslsteucand e
and monotonous repetition this red lan lantern Iantern la latern a ¬
tern that had IIn < l averted death deathTho deathThe deathThe
The train men wrapped Margaret t t
In blankets and carried her bewildered I Illistrnught
i
distraught almost lifeless tohel to her home homewhere ton i 5 5w
where w isere she fell unconscious into no ncr ncrmothers Ul Ulmotl1eis f i
mothers arms while the grateful lnteCIII pas pasangers PIIIBongers pa s
angers lllled the hours lours they mnifc mnifcwait m118f1walt mn mnwaft etc
wait with plaudit of her brave degll degllana de deanti >
ana talked tnlJ ed of the mesial she shoal t j
have some day da i
And Ralph Masson When his as assistant aGslsta ¬
sistant slsta t relieved him at the office atearly at atearly ateorl
early eorl morning his hand was on the thekey thekey thekey
key but his head read was bowed and andi nndho andhe
i ho neither moved snored nor spoke In that thatsupreme thatsupreme thatsupreme
supreme client ho had found release releaseMrs releasers releaseJars
Mrs rs M 1 L r Raync iu the Chicago ChicagoRccordHernld OhlcaonecordIrernld ChicagoRecord
RccordHernld RccordHernldAUSTRALIAN necordIrernldAUSTRALIAN Record Irernld IrernldAUSTRALIAN
AUSTRALIAN SEA FISHING FISHINGAngling FISHINCAnllInl FISHINGAngling
Angling For Schimpper Nnnoygnllfor Nnnnygnl Mor MorVTonp lIforwon >
VTonp won and Slunk SharifSea SlunkSea SharkSea
Sea fishing Is the Alpha and Omega Omegaof
of most fishing In Australia We leave leavoSydney leooSdney leaveSydney
Sydney harbor about midnight in asmall a 11small
small tug so as to be on the further furtherfishing furtherfishltg furtherfishing
fishing grounds at daybreak Now weare we woarc weale
arc out between the heads and at last lasta
a chilly dawn creeps over the sea We Woare Weale Weare
are at rest too broadside to the rollers rollersand rollersand rollersand
and It is s good to go up the narrow narrowcompanion narrowcomllUnlon narrowcompanion
companion and on deck and find the thelines thelines
lines wo left eft neatly celled In corners cornersover cornersOl
over Ol night The two deck hands are arebusy arebusy arebusy
busy cutting up the bait a score or so soof soof soof
of mullet yellowtails yclloTvtailsnnd and squid Weme We Weore Weare
ore ready nnd our eight leads go al almost 01most iiimost ¬
most together over the side all on the thesame thosa111e
same quarter qitartCL so that the lines may maystream maystream maystream
stream clear o of the tug and of each eachother eachother eachother
other Down they go and still down downa
a good forty fort fathoms and nDllthe the moment momentthe momentthe
the lend touches bottom we hold on A Amoment Amoment
moment or two passes and some one is isInto IsInto
Into n good fish which Is hauled and andplayed andplayed fluidplayed
played on the thin line with great careand care careand careand
and patfcnce pat nce and proves Jroves to be a ailLevy ail silvery sllc1y
very c1y morwoug of six or seven poundsweighth pounds poundsweight poundswelghtt
weight welghtt ft hanclspmc enough fish to totho tothe
the stranger yet dubbed with a n sneer sneerwrong sneerwron
wrong wron color by its captor and his hlaAustralian hisustrnllan
Australian friends friendsThe frIendsThe
The discontented one seems In lucks lucksway lucksvay lucksway
way for no sooner has he again baited baitedhis baitedhis
his hooks hoolscach each line I ought to have havosaid hl1vosaId havesaid
said carries two and h a heavy lead leadthat leadthat leadthat
that ho Is once more m more re fighting with an aneven nneyen
even cs en larger fish but the lino sheers sheersaway sheersaway
away ominously near the surface surCace and andthere nndthere andthere
there Is a general cry of Shark I ns n it itIs Itg
Is g indeed seen that one of those white whitebellied whitebellied
bellied bellied shot shovelsnouted el enouted brutes has both bothhis bothhIs
his hooks But the tackle is strong strongthere strongthere
there is nothing in reason to port so solong solong
long as the shark cannot get the Hue Huebetween 11110hetwcen
between its teeth and it Is at last lastlifted lastlilt
lifted lilt cd bodily on the deck five feet and andmore andmor
more mor of otlt it and soon clearing breath breathing breathIng breathlug ¬
ing space with the great sweepIng sweeplnjstrokes sweepIngstrolccs sweepingstrokes
strokes of Its tall tallThe tallThe
The first fish that I am destined to tocatch tocatch
catch In these strange waters atels is as cu curious curlous ¬
rious In name as in appearance appearanceNannygal appearanceNnnnygal appearanceAnnnygal
Nannygal It Is called which Irresist Irresistibly IrreslstIbly lrresst1bly ¬
ibly though doubtless good aboriginalremluds aboriginal aboriginalreminds nborlglnolremlntIs
reminds one of nannygoat and nut it is of ofa ofa
a brilliant t scarlet with huge nrotr protrud protruding protrudIng ud udlag ¬
ing black eyes Very good eating is isthis Isthis isthis
this same nanuygni Ilann gal but more valuable valuableon alunbJeon
on account of Its invariably Indicating Indicatingthe Indicatingthe
the presence of a big bl schnnpper No Nosooner Nosooner
sooner indeed have I hauled my nan nannygal nann nannygni
nygal n gal than one or two of the party in instantly instantly ¬
stantly haul In their lines to see that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the baits arc right and that n good op opportunity opportunlty ¬
portunity may not be lost For we are arenot arenot
not anchored in n one spot The Pacific Pacificla
la too deep the ground too rough the thesells
swells from the south too sudden and nndviolent andIolent andviolent
violent to admit of ofsucll such n plan On Ontho Onthe Onthe
the contrary contlar wo Vc drive with the tide tideover tideovel tideover
over the reefs a kind of schnapper bat battue battue ¬
tue and are thus enabled to go to tho thefish thofish thofi I
fish fi h when they will not come to us usGood usGooll usGood
Good sehnnppcr are arc now caught on nil nilsides ullsides nilsides
sides and llll I must say that my first firstreally 1I1Rtleally firstreally
really heavy Bchnnpper warrants nil
the hopes that I had based on a somewhat some somewhat somewhat ¬
what long and Intimate acquaintance acquaintancewith acqualntnncewith acquaintancewith
with his feebler cousin the red bream breamof breamof breamof
of the English channel channelLondon London Trav Traveler Trarfiler lrnveler ¬
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Men Cliccrcil Florence XlKlitlneale XlKlitlnealeThe NIhtlnItRleThe NlghlingaleThe
The late Sir Jobn Stecle teole sculptor to toQueen toQueen toQueen
Queen Victoria was modeling a bustof bust bustof bustof
of Florence Nightingale when an of officer offleel offiver ¬
fiver of one of the Highland regimentswhich regiments regimentswhich reglm J1ts J1tswhich
which had hat suffered so cruelly In tho
Crimean heard that the bust had Just
been completed and was In n Sir Johnsstudio JohllsstudIo Johns Johpsstudio
studio Many of the men In his com company company coinpony ¬
pany had passed through the hospital hospitalat
at Scutari nnd he obtained permission
from the sculptor to bring some of ofthem orthem ofthem
them to see It Accordingly a squad squadof squadof squadof
of men one day marched into the big bigstudio bigstudio bigstudio
studio and stood in line lineThey linebe lineThey
They be had no idea why they had been beenmustered beenmustered
mustered In so strange a place With Without Without Without
out a word of t warning the bust was wasuncoered
uncovered and then as by one 1m 1mpulse 1mpuIsQ m
pulse the men broke rank and with withcries withcll withcries
cries cll s of Miss I1ss Nightingale Miss MisaNightingale MissNightingale MissNIghtlnsale
Nightingale surrounded the model modeland modelnnd modelfluid
and with lth hats off cheered the figure of oftheir ortheIr oftheir
their devoted nurse until the roof roorrnng
rangSo rang rangSo rnngSo
So spontaneous and hearty and so
Inspiring was the whole scene that In Inafter Inntter Inafter
after days Sir Johu Steele declared declared1t
it to be the greatest compliment of his
life lIteSunday Sunday Magazine MagazineDont UagClzlncDont
Dont Spore All tbe lie Trees TreeiThere TreuThere
There Is no alight Ignorance In n the thocry thlcIy
cry that is so often raised with regard regardto
to the removal or or cutting down own of trees
In the parks mid It has recently been beendlsplll
displaying dlsplll lng Itself with certain trees treesthat
that have been already alre d or arc to be begot b bgot >
got rid of In the course of carrying carryIngout
out the Piccadilly widening willen lng As n umattcr
matter of fact most of thom were so soclose soclose
close together that their branches In Intermlngled Intermlngled 1ntermhngled
termlngled nnd any anyone one acquainted acquulntedwith
with tho thesubJect subject knows that this Is Ismost Ismost
most Injurious to the proper growth ftotbot
of the individual tree The truth Is s
thnt In the public parks IlIlrJ ns In u most mostprivate mostpIlmt mostprivate
private < > properties plantations require
from time to time to bo thinned out
It is rumored that it him been found foundnecessary roundneCI
necessary neCI nry to remove some 320 odd oll
trees from noun the thescUCIens gardens at Buckingham
Palace > anti In Lord Uathmores time
drastic l measures had lla to bo taken with
the overgrowth jn the th Chestnut a nvc c ctuts
mte In the htegeati1ai IliKenfe Hl TJtl Park 1 with smlondUl splondltJ splondltJICllllts
results that me lC now abundantly up
parent on Che C Chestnut tnut Sunday SunayPall Pall Mp C
Gazette GazetteDlIIClI I
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nies DlIIClI ed Is the th peacemaker for ho hoalways Ill IllolwI hestrays I
always olwI gets the worst Olst of It
SOLID PETROLEUM PETROLEUMft PETROLEUMQueer
ft Uucer Minn That Was Vu Worked With With1rollt Wltblront withIrott
1rollt For Sovernl Yearn YearnThe YcarJhe Yearehie
The hie Cairo field In West Virginia con connlns COli COlialns conSthins
thins n relic of tho earliest production productionif llOll1ctlont
if t illuminating nnd lubricating oil oila oilI
a 1 wonderful woude tli deposit of solidified pe lietruleulubitumen peroleum 11eroleumbltumen
roleumbltumen roleum bitumen some call it Itwhether ItwhetherIghlly whether whetherrightly whelhelIghtl
rightly Ightl so will not be known until tho theresult thoresult thoresult
result of certain tests now being made madeby malIcby madeby
by Eastern chemists Is announced announcedOil
011 companies from this and other othersltlea othelItleli otherties
sltlea ties Ole operating urouuu Cairo Cabollltclrle CairoHltchlo CabQIUtchlc
Hltchlo County COUllt with success The Thefluid Thefluid rbefluhl
i fluid Is about the same quality found foundhere foundhere foundhere
here but some difficulty dlltlcult with water waterIs watelIs waterIs
Is experienced The oil OllllHl and water wn tel seem seemto seemto seemto
to mix contrary to all theory theor and In Inpummer Inflllll11el Infttiminler
pummer the raw products of the wells wellsmust wellsmust wellsmust
must bo steamed before the water waterwill wltmwill watertrill
will settle In winter the suff s tiff Iff is aw awful awful nwful ¬
ful to handle Oil is to be found at n ndepth ul11th adepth
depth of about 1COO feet feetSix feelSIc feetSix
Six miles from Devils Hole at Me MeFarlunds McGarlands 1c 1cFarl1l11ls
Garlands schoolhouse where once was wasn wailn wassa
n prosperous settlement now quite do dosen lielliH1 desera
sera sen > lliH1 HI Is the old Illtchle coati mine aideor mineor
or biunen 1men deposit Early l < lI in 1850 It ItViecam1 It1eCI1IU Itbecalur
Viecam1 1eCI1IU known that thttttbere there was n strange strangeoutcropiuig stllngeolltClOllll1 strangeoutcroppu
outcropiuig of what was ns termed coal coalInstead coalJnstend coalInstead
Instead of If lying Hat underground as asmost asmost usmost
most coal mines do here was one the thowondering thewOlldellng thewondering
wondering prospectors found that thatstood thntstood thatstool
stood on edge A sliver of It burned burledtike burnedlike bmllcdlike
like a torch and left no ash A shovel shovelful shovelful shovelful ¬
ful of It would blaze like grease grea e and andno ondno andho
no kindling was needed neededS
S II Wilson now a resident of ofParkorsbnrg ofrnIlelsbllg oflnrkeesburg
Parkorsbnrg was nas as among those who In Investlgated IncstlSuted investigated
vestlgated the peculiar vein eln and he hoorganized heolgnnlzell heorgnnized
organized a company for developmentIIeis development developmentHe evelopmentIIe
IIeis He is still one of the owners and his hisson hison hisson
son on Edward Echv 1d Wilson Is associated with withhim withhim withhim
him In lumber and coal interests Af After Aftel Atter ¬
ter some experimenting It was found foundthat foundthat foundlint
that lint the new raw lIlwproduct product was unfit unfitfor unlittor unfitfor
for fuel By melting melt lug or 01 distilling It Itwas Itwas itwas
was seen that oil could be produced producedand producedand JIoducltland
and that there thet was less than ten per percent Delcent percent
cent waste wasteA wusteeomllnn wasteA
A company eomllnn was formed fOIUetIand and a narrow narrowgauge nnnowgauge narrowgauge
gauge railway thirteen miles long was wasbuilt wasbuilt wasbuilt
built connecting with the Baltimore Baltimoreand Baltimore11M Baltimorestud
and Ohio at Cairo Expensive machin machinery 1l1ochlnel mnclllncry ¬
cry el was placed In position and operntlol opern operntlon opelatlon
tlon was begun going on for eighteen eighteenyears eighteenenls eighteenyears
years enls uninterrupted by the Civil War Warsave WalIne Warsnve
save for a short time Great caldrons caldronsand caldlonslnd cnldronsand
and retorts with engines b bwere and boilers boilerswere liollclswere
were unloaded from the new trains trainsand t1l1lnslIId trainsand
and n thrifty town sprang up It was wasprobably wasrobobly wasyrobably
probably the first boom town In olldom olldomfor 011110111for oildemfor
for Plthole was Just then beginning beginningIt
It paid to distil lst11 the the stuff for oil was wasjelling WIISselling wasselling
selling as liniment by b the pint for what whata
a barrel costs now nowSome nowSomo nowSonic
Some extended lxtend d explorations proved provedthat plocdtl1l1t provedthat
that the queer vein eln was IIS about three threequarters three11uarters threequarters
quarters of a mile long and three to tosix toIx tosax
six Ix feet wide Down each side were wereperpendicular wCIepelpendlculul wereperpendicular
perpendicular walls of sandstone how howCar howfal howfa
Car down < no one knows Active workIng work worktag wOIkII
tag II penetrated 11enetra ted 305 feet and an then It was wasabandoned wasabandoned
abandoned 1 owing to crude methods of ofmining atmining ofminhtg
mining employed and the cheapness cheapnessof
of oil Ill elsewhere The costly vats 0 ts ore orerusting h nle nleusting e eustlng
rusting into scrap cobwebs cover the theoffice theJ thisoffice
office J l1ce windows and copperheads crawl crawlabout clawlabout crawliliout
about the vltnls of the furnaces and andengines uuclenglncsPlttsbulg antienginesPittsburg
engines englncsPlttsbulg Plttsburg Gazette Gazetteliaitebnll GazettllJl1sebaU GazetteLaebalb
liaitebnll liaitebnllThe lJl1sebaUTbe LaebalbThe
The origin of baseball basebAIIom our nation nationil nationsl
il 1 game gfimfIs Is not definitely deJlnltel known but buttho butthl buttbo
tho first club organized to play It was wasIn WfiSIII washt
In New York In lSa3 845 Slnllllar3enough Singularlyenough Singularly Singularlyenough
enough this club like the one first or orgnnlzed orImlzed organized
gnnlzed Imlzed to promote rowing was called calledTho clillellhe calledThe
The he I Knickerbocker Club After AftelIS1 AftelIS1other 1831 1831other 1531other
other amateur baseball h sebull clubs began to toorganise torg1nllle toorgauhee
organise Including the Atlantic Mu Mutual Muhna 1u 1utuol ¬
tual hna Union etc i In n 1857 183 a convention conventionof
of delegates del gates from sixteen clubs in and attlaround nndaround andIllonnd
around New York and amt Brooklyn BroolI n was washeld washeld washeld
held About ten years eulS later at the an annual nnnunl annun ¬
nual nun convention of the National Asso Association Assoclatlon Assoelation ¬
elation in 1800 202 02 clubs from rein seven seventeen seventeen seveuteen ¬
teen States and the District of Colum ColunrIda Columbia Columhla ¬
Ida were represented The college of ofbaseball otbasebnll ofbaseball
baseball associations were startedabout started startedabout staltoclabout
about 18G2 186 or 1803 Amateur baseball baseballthroughout haseballtllloughout baseballthroughout
throughout the Union was nt Its height heightIn
In the years CnIS 1803 1800 and 1807 J80 Pro Professional 110teulonnl Professlonali ¬
fessional baseball was recognized in In18GB
1808 568 and the first games were played 111ael1J8G playeda
a 1800 J8G
THE SUBSTITUTE SUBSTITUTEHe StJnSTI1UEIre
He wag waBlong long and nn lean and gawky
Ue was bandlesgellllIitC bandlesgellllIitCAnd bandylegged IjMeggcd quite quited quiteAnd
And wa was gaited d like n 1 cart horse horseWith honeWith horseWith
With bone spavins left eft and right
It was sure defeat to take him himr himnut burnt
r i AI i i i iAnd
nut the hour had come to Plllr
And the Cornville lacked Tom om Tinker TinkerInjured TfnkerInjured inlm inlmInjured
Injured earlier in in the day daySure daySure daySure
Sure defeat but fun in plenty
Was tho lie reckoning that they made
Cut he heeded not their banter banterAnd banterAnd banterAnd
And his part in quiet played
Till they reached the closing inning
And lie took the batters place
With the score just three against them
And a Cornville on each base baseHow baseHow baserow
How hey h t sighed Fih d for stalwart Tinker
Mow the rooter filled the air
Go it Hayseed lIay eed Slnm it Bandy
Was Wa the strangers withering witherin share shareThough
Cut he Itrnspe grasped the willow calmly
Though his manner lacked laekc pretense pretenseFor
Two shjkesthleeno crack hes hosfound found it
For a homer oer the fence fenceAnd fenceAnd fenceAnd
And the moments hush of wonder
Broke in one tremendous tr din
As three thrc Cornvilles crossed the platter
And the thie stranger Allowed 1l1owcd in InlIe I
lIe was IS long and lean and gawky
lIe was VM bandylegged quite quiteAnd uite
But hDd saved the day for or CO Corneille I1illc
And the town was his that night nightBoston
Boston Glob GlobVirginia GlobeIrlnll Globa
1 Virginia Irlnll ConMltullon OIIKK OIIKKAt OnJuAt Ons OnsAt
At the suggestion of Congressman CongressmanHarry COllgllssmonHarlY Congressmanharry
Harry Leo Mitynnrd this Agricultural AgriculturalDepartment AgriculturalDepartment llculhn1l1 llculhn1l1Del1alhnent
Department nt Washington will sup supply SUIII supply ¬
ply II each member of the Virginia Con Constitutional Canstltutlonal ComiStlttitonltll ¬
stitutional Convention with a young youngoak youngoak oung oungoal
oak oal tree for them to set out In com commemoration comlnellloll1tlon commemoratlon ¬
memoration of the convention It Is n nhappy J
happy thought anti we liope the trees treeswill hc treestvlll < 1 I IwlllalJ
will wlllalJ all grow and nntllJo bo reverently pointed pointedto I Ito
to In future years yen I Wo believe In Jneverything inoverythhng 1
everything that will bring IJrln to mind tin tinplanting 1 f fpJantlnJ
planting of trees which the people of ofthis I
this country will before ninny 1111111 ycnri enl I Ihave
have to look after systematically or orgnlCer I IJulrer
suitor serious doprlvntloiiStamitou doprlvntloiiStamitoulYu I IlYU
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Capital JliouinndH nlousoudll1l1 and < l thou thouinims tI10lIIU1I18ot thoulands
lands IIU1I18ot of people peopleoau olin testify to totho totho tothe
tho good work It ha has accom accomplished accoml1slu ¬
pushed l1slu d during d mtng the jmst nvo nvoroars 11voyeus avorears
roars yeus in In tin th ln line 1 ne ot suburban suburbanotwsrapsr Iuburbunlm suburbanhnprovoment
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Columbia that maintain mllnt ln lnpunchlllfl a anunchluff auncntug
nunchluff bureau whose w1018 duty dutymat clutyIt
It rt Sa to punch up the authorl authoriIberteeds authorlIts
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