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In speaking to the editor of the CHi Citizen CHizen Citfzen ¬
zen the other o day Mr Louis P Shoe Shoemaker Shoemaker Shoemaker ¬
maker president of the Brightwood BrightwoodCitizens BrightwoodCitizcns BrightwoodCitizens
Citizens Association said saidYOUR saidYOUR saidYOUR
YOUR PAPER IS CERTAINLY CERTAINLYDOING CERTAINLYDOING CERTAINLYDOING
DOING GOOD WORK FOR THE THESUBURBS THESUBURBS THESUBURBS
SUBURBS AND SUBURBAN PEO PEOPLE PEOPLE PEOPLE ¬
PLE IT IS A GREAT PITY THE THEOTHER THEOTHER THEOTHER
OTHER PAPERS TOO DONT DONTDEVOTE DONTJEVOTE DONTDEVOTE
DEVOTE SOME SPACE TO OUR OURINTERESTS OURINTERESTS OURINTERESTS
INTERESTS INTERESTSThe INTERESTSThe
The New York Herald IIernid thinks iblnks that thatalthough tbat tbata1i thatalthough
although a1i oush the standard st1n 1rd of require requirements requirements requirements ¬
ments for admission to our schools of oflaw oflaiV oflacy
law and medicine has been raised dur during dUlIng duriog ¬
ing the last twenty years they are still stilltoo stilltoo stilltoo
too low The assertion is made ma e in the theColumbia tbeColumbIa theColumbia
Columbia Literary Monthly that the thegreater thegreater thegreater
greater port Jart of the students at our ourmedical ourmedical ourmedical
medical school are not only uncul uncultured unculturedbut uncultured ¬
tured turedbut but often even uncouth thus thusbeing thusbeing thusbeing
being fundamentally unfit to become becomethe becometbe becomethe
the highest type of their profession It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is argued that no one should be ad admitted al1mltted admitted ¬
mitted unless he has taken a degree degreens degreefiS
ns an evidence of a foundation of gen general genEral genoral ¬
eral culture This Is already the rule ruleat rule8t ruleat
at Harvard and Johns Hopkins and andthe andthe andthe
the appearance of this article In tho thochief thochief thechief
chief undergraduate paper of Colum Columbia Columbla Columbla ¬
bla reflects a a widespread feeling that thatit thatIt thatIt
it should be applied to the medic medlcfschool medlcscbool medicschool
school of this university universityThe unlerslt unlersltThe universityThe
The verb erb meaning to travel by an anautomatic annutom1t1c anautomatic
automatic carriage is variously stated statedwith statedWIth statedwith
with an unfortunate tendency to tolengthen tolengthen tolengthen
lengthen its syllable arrangement The TheNew TheNew TheNew
New York Times In passing a com comment comment cornrnent ¬
ment upon the speed regulations of the themetropolis themetropolis themetropolis
metropolis employs the word automo automobllizlng automoblitzing 111tomobllllng
blitzing a lingual concoction which whichthe whichthe Whichthe
the general public cannot be expected expectedto
to tolerate On the other hand the theequally tbeequally theequally
equally oDjcctlonable verb to mobe mobefor mobetor mobefor
for which some contend shows some someBlgns somealgos somesigns
signs of adoption It may be recalled recalledthat recalledtbat recalledthat
that during the bicycle craze a few fewyears tewcars fewyears
years cars ago the verb to bike became becamemore becamemore becamemore
more or less popular but was frowned frownedupon trownedupon frownedupon
upon by tho students stul1en Is of languageThe language languageThe languageThe
The slanging tendency of moderns has hasproduced hasvrpdllcd hasproduced
produced n ncurlous curious specimen spe lmen of word wordmangling wOldrnllnsllng wordmangling
mangling In tills connection Spring SpringlitS SpringI SpringIpg
litS I It may be believed from the vcr vcrbol verbel
bol contortions of a pair of German Germandialect Germand1alect Germandialect
dialect comedians the name automo automobubble auto automobubble mo moImbblc
bubble has been facetiously adopted adoptedIn
In some quarters nod from this t ls atroc atrocity atrocIty atrocfly ¬
ity tins come a line of oubbllng aubblingnouns oubbllngnouns Dubbllng110unl
nouns and verbs erbs which display the theradical theradical theradical
radical tendency In the adaptation of oflanguage oflanguage oflanguage
language to tho passing phases of ofscience ofIcllI1Ce ofscieuco
science and custom us low observes theJVashingtou the theWashington tbcVoll1lnttou
Washington Star
NEWSPAPERS ARE READ READHow READUow READTow
How Tow the Late Slate Senator Smith u uPennsyianlaWaa o oIennsylrnnla QlennI11
Iennsylrnnla lennI11 PennsyianlaWaa nla Wai al Convinced of ItGcorge It ItGeorge t tGeorge
George Barton private secretary to toCollector toCollector toCollector
Collector of tho Port 0 vesley ivesleyThomas vesleyThomas vcllleybolUns
Thomas bolUns tells tell II n good story of how the thelate the11te thelate
late Senator George Handy Smith wnt wntforced Wfirforced walforced
forced to bend the knee to tho powci powciof 110welot POefof
of the press It was when that well wellknown wellknown WelllOown
known legislator represented a n city citydistrict citydistrIct citydistrict
district in the Pennsylvania Senate al alHarrisburg ofHarrisburg atHarrisburg
Harrisburg There were times when whenSenator wltesSenator hOD hODSenator
Senator Smith was strenuous in pooh poohpoohing poohllooblng poohpoohing
poohing the influence wielded by the thtnewspapers thfnewspapers thenewspapers
newspapers Ho always maintained maintainedthat maintainedtbat maintainedthat
that he was invulnerable to thou thelishafts thehslmfts thoushafts
shafts Despite this few men well wcrliked well1I1ed wortlIkcd
liked so much ns the genial Senator bj bjthe b bthe b3the
the newspaper correspondents cOrles ondents There Therewas Therwas Therewas
was ono paper In Philadelphia which whlcrSenator whlctSenator whichSenator
Senator Smith in season and out ol o1season olseason ofseason
season always belittled belittledTo bellttlellTo belittledTo
To Its representative he was alwnyi alwnyifond alwaytond alwayrfond
fond of saying Your sheet is iievci iievciread nevelread uevetread
read There came a day do of retribu retribution retrlbutlon retribntion ¬
tion however when the Senator wni wnieffectually WlIe1lectunlly walefectually
effectually silenced My paper never neveiread neveJrnd neverrend
read confided the correspondent to tohis toIlls tohis
his associates Well Ill show the thegcnntor tb6enntor thecnntor
gcnntor enntor how wrong he Is Ill open hit hiteyes biteyes hiteyes
eyes nnd close his lips and this Is Iswhat IsWhnt iswhat
what was done One night In sending sendingoff sendingoft sendingoff
off his batch of news to his paper the thecorrespondent thecorrespondent thecorrespondent
correspondent closed his copy by bjadding bynddlng byadding
adding the following Innocent appear appearIng appearIng appearlug
Ing paragraph paragraphSenator parng1llphSenntor paragraphSenator
Senator George Handy Smith hai haififty hIJIfifty hafifty
fifty copies of the superb Bird Book Booklately BooleJately Booklately
lately Issued by the Legislature He Hewill II IIwill lIewill
will shortly mall them to his friends friendsThat friendsThat friendsThat
That was all but what worry it cost costthe costthe costthe
the Senator A few days after the thepublication the1ubllcatlon thepublication
publication of the paragraph Senator ScnatoiSmith SenatorSmith SenatorSmith
Smith was in his seat in the Senate SenateHe Senatelie SenateHe
He called a page and requested that thathis thathis thathls
his mail be brought The boy lugged luggedIn lugein
In a huge basket filled with letters lettersThe lettersThe lettersThe
The Senator gazed at It but said salt1l1oth salt1l1othIng nothlag noth nothing ¬
ing A minute later the page appeared appearedagain nppearedagain appearedagain
again with another basket equally full fullThen fullThen fullThen
Then the Senator began the task ol olopening 01opening ofopening
opening the missives They were all allnllke nl nlnllke allnlihe
nllke and all contained requests from fromsturdy fromsturdy fromsturdy
sturdy constituents for a copy of the themuchprized themuehprlzed themuchprized
muchprized Bird Book Some one oneshoved oneshoed oneshoved
shoved shoved a cow of the despised paper papercontaining papercontainIng papercontaining
containing the abovementioned para paragraph paragraph parsgraph ¬
graph under the Senators eye He Heread Heread Heread
read He was enlightened nor after afterward afterWard afterward ¬
ward did he have a disparaging word wordto wort wortto wordto
to say against the power of the th press pressWorse pressWorse pressWorse
Worse than all every letter had to be beanswered beonsweredPhlladelpbln beansweredPhiladelphia
answered onsweredPhlladelpbln Philadelphia Evening Tele Telegraph Telegraph Telegraph ¬
graph
WORDS OF WISDOM WISDOMHabit WISDOMHabit WISDOMHabit
Habit Is a mighty force and must mustcither musteither musteither
either tend toward that which Is good goodor goodor goador
or that which Is evil It rests with us uswhether uswhether uswhether
whether It shall be one of our best bestfriends bestfllends bestfriends
friends or one of our worst enemies enemiesPatience enemiesPatience enemiesPatience
Patience nnd strength are what we weneed woneed weneed
need an earnest use of what we have havenow hnenow havenow
now and all the time an earnest dis discontent dlscontent discontent ¬
content until we come to what we woought weought weought
ought to be beThere beThere beThere
There ore lawless moments which whichcome whIchcome whichcome
come to us all If we have no guide but hutdesire butdesire butdesire
desire and the pathway where desire desireleads desireleads desireleads
leads us seems suddenly closed closedThe closedThe closedThe
The frank confession of a fault em emphasizes empbaslzes emphasizes ¬
phasizes to ourselves the necessity of ofovercoming otovercomIng ofovercoming
overcoming It and exerts a strong strongforce strongforce strongforce
force in that direction directionWhen directionWhen directionWhen
When a man defies existing laws he hecreates hecreates hecreates
creates others for himself more rigid rigidand rigidand
and severe than those from which he hebreaks hebreaks bebreaks
breaks away awayThe awayThe awayThe
The person who spends his time in inhunting Inhunting fahunting
hunting down lies will have no leisure leisurefor lesuJofor leisurefor
for the pursuit of truth truthTell truthTell truthTell
Tell the truth end nd let others say saywhat saywhat saywhat
what they will You are responsible responsiblefor
for but one tongue tongueMen tongueMen tongueMen
Men may be born with fortunes fortunesready fortunesready fortunesready
ready made but character they have haveto haeto haveto
to achieve achieveA
A cruel story runs on wheels and andevery andevery andevery
every hand oils the wheels as 1S they theyrun theyrun theyrun
run
Sun and and Skin SkinA SkInA SkinA
A physician has been Investigating Investigatingsome Investlgatlnlsome Investigatingsome
some of the effects of direct sunlight sunlighton
on the skin Painting a band on his hisarm hisarm hisarm
arm with India ink he exposed the themember themember themember
member to a scorching sun The us usual usual usual ¬
ual painful effects followed except exceptbeneath exceptbeneath
beneath the band where the theBkin theskin theskin
skin remained white and unaffectedHe unaffected unaffectedHe unaffectedlIe
He suggests that the tan which con continued cantlnued continued ¬
tinued exposure produces upon the theskin theskin theakin
skin is a protective effect If further furtherexperiments furtherexperiments furtherexperiments
experiments establish this interference interferencea
a further hypothesis will be be rendered renderedprobable renderedprobable renderedprobable
probable namely that tho power ac acquired acqulred sicqulred ¬
qulred by b the human skin In the trop tropics tropJcs troplcs ¬
ics of secreting a pigment Is really pro protective protecthe protective ¬
tective of its lower and functionally functionallynctlve functionallyactle functionallyactive
active layers Offhand one would be beapt beapt beapt
apt to conclude that a black skin ought oughtto oughtto oughtto
to increase the heat effects of the solar solarradiance solarradiance solarradiance
radiance We are required to learn learnnow learnnow learnnow
now whether the harm is really done doneby donoby doneby
by the beat rays for conceivably It Itmay Itmay itmay
may be due to any other of the thedhelso thedhelsosorts diverse diversosorts diversesorts
sorts of vibration of which that radiante radi radiance radlance ¬
ance Is now known to be a highly com complex complex cornplea ¬
plex phenomenon pbenomenonBuenos Buenos Ayres V Vaid lJold L Laid
aid
Deadly DeadJ JTunnnia Climate ClimateA CJlanateA ClimateA
A New Orleans man who spent five fiveyears fiveyears fiveyears
years as road master of the Panama Panamarailroad Param1Iallroad Panamatailroad
railroad testified testitledbeforetbe before the Senate Commlttee Com Committee Commlttee ¬
mlttee last month that of a group of offiftythree offiftythree offiftythree
fiftythree men sent to the Isthmus as asengineers asengIneers asengineers
engineers superintendents and clerks clerksall clerksall clerksall
all but three had died within three threemonths threemonths threemonths
months The mortality among the thomen themen themen
men employed on the original French Frenchcanal Frenchcanal lJrenchcanal
canal company was frightful says the theReview thoHclev theitevlew
Review of Iteviuws It is not pleas pleasant vleasant pleasant ¬
ant to think of what might happen to toa toa toa
a force of Americans sent down to tocomplete tocomplete tocomplete
complete the Panama canal cnnalolthough cnnalolthoughdoubtless canalalthoughdoubtless although althoughdoubtless
doubtless the health conditions of the Ihoregion tholeslon theregion
region could be Improved The nearer nearerlocation nearerlocation nearerlocation
location of the Nicaragua route routefurthermore routefurthermore routefurthermore
furthermore renders It much more de desirable delrabJe desirable ¬
sirable for our our own traffic especially especiallyfor
for our Pacific coast shippers All Alltbow AllI Allthese
I these hell things must must be taken Into account ac account actount ¬
count
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Wllhelm Lixbcs a wellknown Gel Gorman GelD1tHl ac acmac
man zoologist has just published an anInteresting anInteresting aninteresting
Interesting book on the Island of He IIellgoland Hellfcolnml lIeIIgoland
llfcolnml In which ho states amou amouother amonother among amongother
other things that the Island Is one othe o oI 01 01tho
I the largest graves for birds In tin tinworld thlvorlil theworld
world Millions of larches snlpesnuil snlpesnuilthrushes snlpes snipesaudthrushes 1l1l 1l1lthrushes
thrushes are caught there every year yearThe yoalThe yearThe
The birds arc sold In the many hotels hotelsof botebof hotelof
of the Islands nnd also largely ex exported cxIlorted exported ¬
ported to England and the Continent ContinentIt
It Is not seldom that from 10000 to
10000 1 000 arc caught and killed In a sin singlo sinSlo single
glo night nightThe nightThe nightThe
The authorities of some of the towns townswhere townwhore townswhere
where smallpox has appeared have or ordered orI ¬
I dered that all dogs and cats runnln runnlnat runnlnnt running runningat
at largo shall be shot This action Is Isbased I Ibasel1 isbased
based on the wellestablished fact that thatthe tbntthe thatthe
the hair of these animals offers a con congenial congenlnllodglng congenial ¬
genial genlnllodglng lodging place for disease germs germsand germaUil germsand
and they thus carry them about and andIncrease andhlclease andincrease
Increase the spread of contagion contagionPhysicians contagionPbyslclans contagionPhysicians
Physicians caution parents not to al allow aIlow nb nblow ¬
low pet dogs or cats to cuter the room roomwhere roomwhere roomwhere
where a diphtheria or scarlet fever pa patient patlent patient ¬
tient Is and not to let their children childrenplay childrenplay childrenplay
play with dogs or cats that belong to tothe tothe tothe
the families where there has recently recentlybeen Jecentlrbeen recentlybeen
been a case of contagious diseaseFrom disease diseaseFrom iJlscaseFrom
From the latest reports from Nyas Nyasealand Nyassallnd Nyassaland
ealand It appears that British Central CentralAfrica CentmlAfrIca CentralAfrica
Africa Is In n n fair way to become an anindustrial nuIndustrial anindustrial
industrial colony soon The most re recent recent recent ¬
cent move in the development of the thecountry thecounhy thecountry
country is a concession which has hasbeen basbeen hasbeen
been granted by the Imperial Govern Government Goernment Governrnent ¬
ment for the construction of a Ii line of ofrailway ofrallwny ofrailway
railway from Clilromo to Blantyro Blantyroconnecting mantyreconnecting Blantyreconnecting
connecting the centre of the cotter coffei1plantations COrre111antntlons cotterplantntlons
plantations with the coast by way of ofthe 01tbe ofthe
the Shire and Zambesi rivers Oper Operations Operntlons Operations ¬
ations are expected to begin toward towardthe towardthe towardthe
the end of the year and will wllllJrobably wllllJrobablylast probably probablylast probablylast
last for two years or so Meanwhile MeanwhileIt IeanwhlleIt
It is stated experiments are being con conducted conductel conducted ¬
ducted with n Hue on the monorail monorailprinciple monorailprIncIple monorailprinciple
principle and It Is also nso Intended to es establish eRtabllsh establlsh ¬
tabllsh a system of motor trolleys and andtraction andtraction andtraction
traction engines for transport work worlsIn workIn workin
In the protectorate protectorateAmong potectorllteAmong protectorateAmong
Among the many man suggestions offered offeredto ofleredto offeredto
to account for the swift expansion of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the nebulous rings surrounding Nova NovaPersel NoaPersel NoraPored
Persel none seems more captivating captivatingto
to the Imagination than that of Profes Professor Professor Professor ¬
sor Kapteyu who suggests that the thephenomenon tbephenomenon thephenomenon
phenomenon may be due to tho echoing echoingof
of light At the probable distance III stance of ofNova ofovn ofNova
Nova ovn Persel from the earth the ob observed obserel observed ¬
served serel velocity of the expansion exact exactly emcty exactly ¬
ly y equals the velocity of light That Thatbeing Thatbeing Thatbeing
being so It Is only necessary to sup suppose suppose suppose ¬
pose the space surrounding the new newstar newstar newstar
star to contain scattered nebulous or ormeteoric ormeteoric ormeteoric
meteoric matter from which blcb the light lightof lightof lightof
of the explosion that produced the star starIs stm stmIs staris
Is reflected to us at greater and greater greaterdistances greaterdIstances greaterdistances
distances from the star as the light ex expands exponds expanda ¬
ponds around It It Is like the reflec reflection renectlon refection ¬
tion of the sound of an explosion tak taking takIng tuking ¬
ing place In a hilly country and com coming comIng coming ¬
ing to our cars In a succession successlonot successlonotechoe of ofechoes ofechoes
echoes as It reaches more and more moredistant mOleI1lstant moredistant
distant ranges rangesTho rangeTho rangesTim
Tho continually ontlnuallylnereaslng Increasing demand demandfor demandfor emandfor
for India rubber and the great inter interest Intelcst Intereat ¬
est manifested in all efforts to prevent preventwaste p1eventwaste preventwaste
waste of the trees from which rubberis rubber rubberis lu bCl bClIs
is Derived 11elled have led our consuls In Incountries Inco incountries
countries co ntrles where these trees grow to tocollect tocollect tocollect
collect many valuable facts concerning concerningthem concelnlngthem concerningthem
them Consul Goldschmidt at La LaGuaira InGualrn LaGunira
Guaira recently transmitted to Wash AVnshIngton WashIngton Washingtoa
Ington some highly interesting statemeats state statements stntements ¬
ments about the rubber or caoutchouc caoutchouctrees caoutchouftrees caoutehoustrees
trees of the upper Orinoco by Dr Lu Luclcn Iuclen Luclen
clen Morlssc who WlO has made extensive extensivepersonal extensiveI extensivepersonal
personal investigations in that region regionDr regionDr regionDr
I Dr Morlsse orlsso makes maes the somewhat sur surprising surprlslng surprising ¬
prising statement that the thelJrohbltlon thelJrohbltlonof prohibition prohibitionof
of the Venezuelan Government against againstthe againsttbo againstlino
the felling of the trees Is altogether altogetherunnecessary altogetherunnecessary altogetherunnecessary
unnecessary because it relates to an animmense auImmense animmense
immense forest measuring upward of
74000000 acres where caoutchouc exIts ex exits exIts ¬
its In abundance and which It would wouldrequire woullJrequlr wouldrequire
require millions and millions of hands handsto handsto handsto
to exploit whereas It only contains
3000 or 4000 Indians not more than thanthe thanthe
the tenth part of whom arc engaged In Inthe InIho inthe
the work
A Uieleii Viele Search SearchA Searchlscusslon SearchA
A discussion arose at a 1 meeting of ofmedical ofmedical ofmedical
medical men who had hadussembteal assembled at atthe attbe atthe
the Philadelphia College of Physicians Physiciansns
as to the utility of the Xray on the thebattle thebattlelleldnnd thebattle
battle battlelleldnnd field and the surgeon Dr TV TVW W WW W1V
W Keen told this story After the thebattle thebattle thebattle
battle of Gettysburg a corps under the thecommand thecommanl thecommand
command of a young physician who whohad wboIlnd whohad
had recently been appointed was V S or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered to collect the wounded Among Amongthe Amongthe Amonggthe
the disabled lsabled was a man who had been beenshot beenshottll1ough beenshot
shot shottll1ough through the leg The young doc doctors doetors Ol Oltors ¬
tors proceeded to use his knife After Aftercutting Aftercutting Aftercutting
cutting for half an hour he was tinterrupted Inter Interruptud Intelrupted
rupted by the young soldier with withSay withSay withSay
Say bow much longer are you going goingto goln golnto goingto
to cut cun Until I get the bullet bullet re replied rppllel1 replied ¬
plied the doctor Why you 011 fool If Ifthats Itthnts ifthats
thats what you ou want Ive got It In Inray Inmy inmy
my pocket Sure enough the bullet bullethod bulletllad bullethad
had lodged in the skin of the mans mansleg mansJlg mansleg
leg after passing through and he had hadkept hadkept hadhept
kept It as a souvenir souvenirNeglected souenlrr souvenirNeglected
r Neglected > electpd Science For or Icrambulator IcrambulatorA
A man of science and his wife wife a acollegebred ncollegehred acollegebred
collegebred woman with an uuabat uuabatable una unabatable at atnble
able Interest in sociology and reforms reformsspent reformsspent reformsspent
spent three entire evenings In trying tryingto
to decide what kind of u baby car carriage calrlngo carrings ¬
rings thi thfY > y should purchase for their theirInfant thelllutant theirInfant
Infant son Tho way in which those thosesoberminded thosesobermlndet thosesoberminded
soberminded persons went over cata catalogues catlllogues catalogues ¬
logues and price lists and gravely di dicussed dis discussed dlscussed
cussed the comparative advantages of ofthis ofthis oftills
this and an that make of carriage was a ncontradiction aconhadlctlon acontradiction
contradiction of everything every thin that has hasbeen hilsbeen hasbeen
been said against tho baleful influ influence Inlluenco latlueace ¬
ence of the high education upon dorncsticityNew do domesticity 110luestlcUy ¬
mesticity rncsticityNew New ew York Press PressTho PressThe PressTim
The population of the German em empire emplre empire ¬
pire includes 3030000 who use thorj thorjPollfh tho thoPollPh thoPolish
Polish language
A MERRY CEREMONY CEREMONYKluei CEREMONYKllus CEREMONYIrlesee
Kluei Collected in LIeu of Taxes on onHock onIIock onhock
Hock rooiclay tucadayThe rooiclayTho rueldayThe
The hocking which takes place in inIlungerford InIIungerford inIfungerford
Ilungerford on the Tuesday following followingtho followingthe followingthe
the second Sunday after Easter va varies varles vartes ¬
ries little from that practiced In olden oldendays oldendays oldencloys
days In many other parts of England EnglandOn EnglaudOn EnglandOn
On tho morning of Hock Tuesday or orHockney orllockney orllockney
llockney day two officers named tith tithing tlthIng tithlug ¬
ing or tuttimcn collectors of a apenny nl1enny apenny
penny tithe and bearers of nosegays nosegaysor
or tuttles In west country parlance parlanceparade pal1nnceIJarade parlanceparade
parade the town carrying each a staff staffornamented stnl stnlornamented stuffornamented
ornamented with lIowers bedecked bedeckedwith bel1eckedwith bedeckedwith
with ribbons and surmounted with an anorange anornuge anorange
orange Their business Is to call at atevery n atevery t tevery
every louse and demand n polltax of ofone ofone ofone
one Penney for 01 each Inmate over four fourteen tourteen fourteen ¬
teen years of of age in the case of thefair the thefair thefall
fair sex a kiss may bo asked for as an anequivalent anequlvaleut 1J1 1J1equlvaJent
equivalent and ant no refusal Is taken takenUsually takenUsually I IUsnally
Usually a handsome sum is given by the themaster themaster themaster
master of the house as payment in full fullfor fullfOl fullfor
for himself and family but cases have haveoccurred haveoccurrCll haveoccurred
occurred whero wheretlmld timid and unprotected unprotectedusually unprotectedusually unprotectedusually
usually unmarried ladies have been beennfraid beennfrahl beenafraid
afraid to open their doors lest the kiss kissshould kissIIhould kissshould
should be demanded without the op option optlon optton ¬
tion of a fine and on such occasions occasionstho occasionsthe occasionsthe
the gallant tuttlrncn tuttl men are said to tohnve tohnveeflccteal have haveeffected haveeffected
effected an irregular entrance and andtaken andtaken andtaken
taken ample toll for their extra trou trouble trouIJlc trouhe ¬
ble bleAs
As the tuttlmen tuttl men are treated fret frequently fretquently froquentiy ¬
quently on their rounds the town Is Iskept IsIceptlD iskeptln
IceptlD kept in a ferment for tho greater part partof partof partof
of the day < hosts of holiday makers makersswelling makersewelllDg makersewellfng
swelling the procession while cakes cakesand cakesand cakesand
and oranges arc freely enjoyed by the theswarms tbeswarms theswarms
swarms of excited children who follow followclose followclose followclose
close on tho heels of the officers olll ers Hock Hocking HockIng hocklug ¬
ing proper has disappeared from the theorder theorder theorder
order of events a circumstance to be beregretted belcgretted beregretted
regretted by all lovers of quaint cus customs customs cusJtoms ¬
Jtoms toms Formerly the men went through throughthe throughthe
hhe the town on Monday carrying a chair chairgayly chairjgayly chairgayly
jgayly gayly decked with ribbons or more moreprobably morelJrobnbly moreprobably
probably It was kept concealed until untilBorne until80mB untilsome
Borne unwary unwary woman ventured from fromher fromher fromher
her house when she was caught caughtplaced caugbtplaced caughtplaced
placed In the chair and hocked or orlifted orlifted orlifted
lifted three times after which if un unable unnble tinable ¬
able or unwilling to pay the tax of ofmoney ofmoney ofmoney
money demanded she was kissed klssellby klssellbynIl by bynil byall
nil the revelers On the following day dayIt dayIt dayit
It was the privilege of the women to tohock tohoclt tohock
hock the men with the usual result resultof resultot resultof
of a largo haul of money with which whicha
a supper was provided In most parts partsof partsof partsof
of England the celebration of hocktlde hocktldehas hoclttldehas hocktldehas
has fallen entirely into dlsure evenin even evenin cenIn
in Berkshire Berksblreas as we have seen the therougher thelougher therougher
rougher element has been dropped droppedthough dlOppedthough droppedthough
though the toll and its substitute tho thogarlands thoarlands thegarlands
garlands arlands and the supper are still re religiously reIIglously rellgiously ¬
ligiously maintained mnlntalnedLondon London Globe GlobeHer OlooeDer GlolieLiar
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A big woman all the way from Da Dakota DaImta Dalrotn ¬
kota was a caller at police headquar headquarters headqualters hendquartars ¬
ters the other day She wanted to toBCD toseo tosea
BCD a detective and much to her sur sueprlse surprise sur111sO ¬
prise 111sO ho was no different In appear appearance nppearance appearance ¬
ance from trommen men who follow other call callIngs callIngs calllugs
Ings
Excuse me sir sir she said as she sheapproached tbenpPlonchld sheapproached
approached the desk but would ouid you youpieasp yoU yoU111enso youplenso
pieasp show me a detective detect detectlve detectlveWhats ve 5 ar arWhats j jWhats
Whats the trouble Clerk Clel k Gorman Gormaninquired G0rl11 G0rl11Inquired Gormaninquired
inquired Have Ira Ve you boon b lu robbed robbedBeen robbedBeen robbedBeen
Been robbed 1 queried the visitor visitorIndeed visitorIndee3 visitorIndeed
Indeed I havent I wont to see a de detective detecthe detective ¬
tective thats all Ive heard of em cmand emandlend emand
and andlend rend about em and now I would wouldjust wouldjust wouldjust
just like to see one oneHero oneHere oneHere
Here comes one now she was told toldMadam toldlIndom toldMadam
Madam this Is Detective Proctor ProctorWell PIocterWe1 ProctorWell
Well I do declare exclaimed the thewoman thewoman thewoman
woman At last Ive seen n aand and so soyou 80you soyou
you are a detective detectiveAll d detectiveAll teetlve1 teetlve1All
All the blood hI the officers veins veinsseemed veJnsseeJued veinsseemed
seemed to rush to his checks and what whatto whatto whatto
to say he did not know knowIm 100 100Im knowIm
Im glad sla Ive seen u detective at atlast atlast atlast
last she said but you look the same samens slimens sameas
ns any other man Your eyes do seem seemas seemns seemas
as though they were only onl about ubouthnlf ubouthnlfopen half halfopen halfopen
open Is that the way all detectives detectiveslook detectivesloolt detectivesloop
look lookDetective looltDetective loopDetective
Detective Proctor recovered from his hisembarrassment Illsembarrassment hisembarrassment
embarrassment sufficiently to inquire inquireof
of the caller where she was from fromIm trowIm fromIm
Im from Dakota she said and andIm onl1Im andIm
Im glad I seen a detective at lastInklng last lastTaking last lastTaking
Taking her little child by tho hand handshe bandshe handshe
she resumed her journey through the thehallway thehallwny thehallway
hallway and an left the building bulldlngWash bulldlngWash1nston buildingWashington Wash Washington ¬
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