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T HE Jurymen thought they had hadbeen bndbecn hadbeen
been of great assistance in re restoring rev reostorIng revstoring ¬
17 IIt storing tho plaintiff to his hisrights hisrIghts hisrights
rights Tho Judge took no lit little little llttie ¬
tle credit cre lt to himself for having di directed Illrect dlrected ¬
rected rect d a verdict crllict for the plaintiff and andleft nndleft andleft
left the Jury to determine only onl the theamount th thamount theamount
amount of damages to be given gln u The Thespectators 1hespectntOls Thespectators
spectators supposed that all tho credit creditwas credItwns creditwas
was due to the attorney for the mas masterly nlllSterly tunsterly ¬
terly wny in which he had presented presentedhis presentedhIs presentedhis
his case for the plaintiff plaintiffThose pl1lntlcrThose plaintiffThose
Those who really knew kne however howeverwere howeverwere howeverwere
were aware that the chief cause of the theplaintiffs thtplnlntlJrs theplaintiffs
plaintiffs victory was the quick wit witand witand witand
and persistence of a longlegged d awk awkward awkward awkward ¬
ward youth of eighteen who at that thatmoment thatInoment thatmoment
moment was busily scraping spatter spatterIngs spatterIngs spatterings
Ings of thick brown mud from the back backand backanll backand
and sleeves of a wellworn coat coatBut cOlltBut coatBut
But I am beginning my story stor at the thewrong thewrong thewrong
wrong end and must go back to the theevents thoevents theevents
events of five or six hours earlier and andstart nnllstnrt andstart
start anewThe anew anewTho auewTho
Tho Increased tinkling of telephone telephonehells telephonebells telephonebells
bells throughout t the city indicated IndIca ted that thatthe thn thatthe t ttho
the business of the day da was fairly fairlystarted fulrl fulrlstnrted fairlystarted
started It was nearly nearl tiao JO Mr h Hoff Hoffthe Hollthe Mottthe
the lawyer was in his office looking lookingover looldn looldnoel lookingOVCL
over the memorandum and noting the theItems theHems theItems
Items of the days business His finger fingerdragged finerdragged fingerdragged
dragged slowly down the page paus pausing pausIng pausing ¬
ing at 1 t each line lineHe linelie bluelie
lie was mentally checking off the theItems theItems theitems
Items that would demand his personal personalattention persol1alnttentlon personalattention
attention when the click clle and bur of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the desk telephone announced that thatsome thatsome thatsome
some one wanted to speak to him He Hepulled Hepullcd Hepulled
pulled the Instrument nearer to hIm htmand hImand himand
and called Hellol HelloA HellolA
A strong rasping voice olce came to his hisear hIsear hisear
ear Hello Is that Mr Ir Hoff HoffYes 110ftYes hIoffYes
Yes YesTills YesThIs YesThis
ThIs Is Tohnson Our case Is likelyto likely likelyto lItelyto
to be reached todny Isnt It ItYes ItYes itYes
Yes responded the attorney I Ithink IthInk Ithink
think they will get to It this afternoonYou afternoon afternoonYou afternoonYou
You had better have your witnesses witnessesat
at my office by 130 this afternoon afternoonThats afternoonThnts afternoonThats
Thats Just why I telephoned you yousaid yousaid yousaid
said the thl man man at the other end You louremember Youre Youremember
remember re 111 0111be l that man Barker I spoke spokeabout spoleaboutHello spokeaboutHello
about aboutHello Hello there Central Dont Dontcut Dontcut Dontcut
cut me off olrI I say you OU remember 1 1told 1toM Itold
told you Barker was ns our main wit witness witness witness ¬
ness I thought he was friendly friend I and andwould andwoultl andwould
would come without subpoena but I Ihave Ihae Ihave
have heard that he was Interested with withLong withLong withLong
Long in some matters and I am afraid afraidbe aCmhlhe afraidbe
be will give us the SIp s hJ He knows his histestimony histestimony histestimony
testimony will probably beat Long LongSo LongSI LongSo
So SI thats his game is it said Mr MrHoCf MrHoff II IInoll
HoCf pulling a pencil from his pocket pocketGive pocletGive pocketGive
Give me his address Ill have him himsubpoenaed himsubpoenaed himsubpoenaed
subpoenaed subpoenaedWhile subpoenaedWhile subpoenaedWhile
While he was writing wltln down the ad address address address ¬
dress a loud shout from the Instrument Instrumentmade Instrumentmade instrumentmade
made his ear ring rln and betrayed the thefact thetact thefact
fact that his client was vorv very ery much ex excited e ecited excited ¬
cited I say Hello there thereYes thereYes thereYes
Yes what is It ItOb ItOh ItOh
Oh I was afraid you had left the thetelephone thetelephone thetelephone
telephone I wanted to say sa that yourpan your your3iau OU1 OU1nan
pan nan will have to look sharp Barker Barkerwill Ealkerw1l1 Barkerwill
will atoM service if he can canAll canAll au auA11
All right Goodbye GoodbyeMr GoodbelIr
Mr Ir Holt hung up the receiver and andpressed anllpressed andpressed
pressed an electric button beneath his hisdesk hisdesk hisdesk
desk In a moment a young youn man en entered enteredo entered ¬
tered His head was covered with n ntousled 11tousled atousled
tousled mat of yellow ellow hair There was wasapparently wasapparently wasapparently
apparently an estrangement between betweenhis betweenhis betweenhis
his hands and the ends of his coat coatsleeves coatsleeves conesleeves
sleeves and the bottoms of his trous trousers trousers trousers ¬
ers found a convenient resting place placeon ilIa placeon co coon
on the tops of his shoes Ills appear appearance appearance appearonce ¬
ance was not very er prepossessing but butMr butMr butMr
Mr Hot Hoff who kept n watchful eye eyeover e1 e1ovel eyeover
over his clerks had In the short time timethis timethIs timethis
this young man had been with him himlearned himlearn himlearned
learned learn ell to respect him and to know knowthat Imowthat knowthat
that an Indomitable spirit lay 10 behind behindhis behIndhIs behindhis
his uncounth exterior exteriorCarl extprlorCarl exteriorCarl
Carl said his employer you youknow youkno youknow
know kno Mr 111 Barker of the firm of Long Longshore Longshore Longshore
shore Barker dont you youYes youYes youYes
Yes sir He lives up where I came camefrom cnmefrolD camefrom
from fromWell
Well I want you to make out n sub subpoena subpoena subpoena ¬
poena for him In the case of Johnson Johnsonversus Johnson Johnsonersus Johnsonversus
versus Long for this afternoon Be Besure Besure Besure
sure and get service on him He will willavoid willaoltI willavoid
avoid you If he can but I rely reI on you youHere youHere rouHere
Here Is some money for his fees and nudsome I1ndsome andsome
some that you may need neet for expenses expensesIt
It Is very rry important that you get him himthis himthIs himthis
this morning morningYes momlngYes morningYes
Yes sir was the only response as asthe asthe asthe
the young man ma took the money and andleft andleft andleft
left the room roomUpon roomUpon roomUpon
Upon inquiring at It the oflice of MrBarker Mr MrBarker Ill IllBarker
Barker for that gentleman he was Inv Invformed in informed Informed ¬
formed that he was not in and would wouldnot woulltnot wouldnot
not be in that day that he was out at athis athis athis
his home borneWith homeWith homeWith
With many a boy this would have havebeen harebeen havebeen
been the cud of the matter He would wouldhave wouldhae wouldbare
have returned saying the man he hesought hesougbt hesought
sought was not In town Carl Carlleme11l Carlleme11lberell remem remembered rememhexed ¬
hexed that Mr Barker was expecting
to be subpoenaed and was probably
keeping out of the way WU In fact he felt fellsure feltsure feltsure
sure cf It for he had seen the angry angryglance an angryglance Iy Iyglance
glance the manager had given tho thobookkeeper thobookleeepel thebookkeeper
bookkeeper when the latter told the thewhereabouts thpvherenbouts thewhereabouts
whereabouts of his employer employerCarl employerCnl employerCarl
Carl Cnl thought for a moment and then thenhurried thenhurrlell thenhurried
hurried up the street It was ten min minutes minutes muiutes ¬
utes before 10 and a train would wouldleave woulllleao wouldleave
leave shortly for the suburban town townwhere townwhcle townwhere
where Mr Barker lived livedHe JIedlIe livedlie
lIe caught the train and an hour hourlater hourlater hourlater
later was approaching the Barker resl residence resldence resldeuce ¬
dence when he saw that gentleman de descending descendln der derscending ¬
scending scendln the front steps satchel In Inhand Inhanl1 inhand
hand The longdistance long lstance telephone teleph no had hadevidently hallevIdently hindevidently
evidently been used to warn him that thathe tlJQthe thatbe
he was being beln sought and that he had hadbetter hallbetter hadbetter
better absent himself It he could and nndmeanwhile ant antnennwhllo andmeanwhile
meanwhile keep a sharp lookout for forran foran tOIan
an overgrown boy with towcolored towcoloredhair tocolorcllhall towcoloredhair
hair and HlUttlug clothes clothesMr clothesJl clothesMr
Mr Jl Barker Mr II Barker called calledCarl callellCarl calledCarl
Carl seeing that he h was Ukely to miss misshis mlslJhs misshis
his man after all allMr a1 a1Ill allMr
Mr Ill Barker heard quite plainly butpretended but butpretended butpretended
pretended not to know whence the thevoice tooolcf timevoice
voice olcf came He stared blankly about
for an Instant at the sky and the tops topsof topsot topsof
of the buildings as If I he imagined imaginedsome Imoglnedsome imaginedsome
some one might be calling from there thereHaving thereIIalug therehaving
Having succeeded In seeing scelngllo no cue he hestarted hestl1rtell hestarted
started rapidly down the tbl street streetPresently IItrectPreseutl streetPresently
Presently Preseutl he heard the pattering patteringfootsteps 1111tterlngCootsteps putteringfootsteps
footsteps of some one running lunnln behind behindhim hehlllllhim behindhim
him Would his dignity permit him himto himto bunto
to run The Idea made him blush but buthe huthe buthe
he remembered that delay meant de defeat tiefeat der derfeat ¬
feat for Long and that defeat for forLong forlon forloug
Long lon meant dollars out of Ills own ownpocket ownpocktt ownpocket
pocket pocketA
A plan of escape presented l1rese tel1 itself itselfHo itselfho
Ho hurriedly drew his watch from his hispocket hispoclet hitspocket
pocket glanced at Its face and made madea
a pretense of realizing that he was lu ludanger Indnnger n ndanger
danger of missing his train tIll In He took tookn
n 1 firmer grip on his satchel satchellull and started startedon
on a run for the railway 1a11 W1 station lIe Hehad lIehall liehad
had been an athlete lu his day tlU and andeven andeeu andeven
even now was no moon runner runnerDodging rUllnerDodglug runnerDodging
Dodging the people when he could couldand couldanll couldand
and jostling jostlIng them unceremoniously unceremoniouslywhen uncelomonlouslyhen unceremoniouslywhen
when hen he could coul not down the street he hefied hetIed hefled
tIed People eyed od him with surprise surpriseas
as he hurried by Their beh surprise surprisechanged HUI11rlsecbangeL1 surprisechanged
changed to wonder when a few mo moments 1110ments moineuts ¬
ments later a boy dashed past calling callingloudly camnlloulll callingloudly
loudly loudlyThen loulll loullllhlll loudlyThen
Then they realized that the promin prominent promluent promiuent ¬
ent citizen was not anxious au lolIl so much muchto muchto muchto
to catch a train as to avoid being beingcaught beIngcaugl1t beingcaught
caught Carl was shrewd enough enou h to toknow toIlow tokaoty
know that by calling call1n to the man he hewould heoul hewould
would oul < l compel him either to stop or to toto toto toto
to give the impression of being beln pur purrsued pursued pursued ¬
sued suedPassersby suedPassersby suedPnssers
Passersby Pnssers by who paused pausellnnd and watched watchedthe watcl1el1the watchedthe
the chase did l not understand the cause causebut CIlusebut causebut
but enjoyed the spectacle spectacleWell spectacleWell spectacleWell
Well ejaculated the Hev Re Mr Mor Morrow Morrow ror rorlOW ¬
row as he adjusted his silk hat after aftercoming aftercOUlln aftercoming
coming cOUlln lu violent contact with the flee fleeing t1eeIn fleelug ¬
lug In man only to have It Ittilted t tilted over the thoother theother theother
other way by the youthful pursuer pursuerthe purilucrtho pursuerthe
the town seems to be on the move movethis movethis morethis
this morning business must be press pressing presslu pressbag ¬
bag lu
Yes replied a bystander Barker Barkerseems Barlerfeems Barkerseems
seems to be a little rushed this morn morning mornIn mornlug ¬
lug In
ingThe
The chase was becoming exceedingly exceedinglyinteresting ececdlnglY ececdlnglYInterestu exceedingly exceedinglyinteresting
interesting Interestu Shopkeepers rushed to totheir totheIr totheir
their doors to learn the thecause cause of the thedisturbance thedlsturhance timedisturbance
disturbance Mr 11 Barkers face glowed gloweda
a brilliant t red perspiration stood out outupon outU110U outupon
upon his countenance Then hecaught he hecaught hec111ht
caught sight of a cab standing on the theother theother theother
other side of the square square waiting for forbusiness forbusluCiis forbusiness
business The business came with a arush alush arush
rush rushMr rushMv
Mr 11 Barker saw a way of escape He Hodashod Hel1ashod Hedashed
dashed into the cab ejaculated with withhis withhIs withhis
his remaining breath Depot quick quickslammed qulcttslnmmed qulckhslammed
slammed the door and sank back pant panting pantIng pantlug ¬
ing on the seat The drivers whip whiphissed whIphlssell whipkissed
hissed In the horses ears they leaped leapedforward leapedCOlward leapedforward
forward and Mr I1 Barker was off offHere of1HC1e offHere
Here was another good excuse to topresent to1lesent topresent
present 1lesent for not serving the subpoena subpoenabut su subpoenabut bpolnn bpolnnbut
but Carl was not looking for excuses excusesFor excuses excusesFor
For a moment he was puzzled and andstopped andstoppell andstopped
stopped short on the curb and gazed gazedafter gazedaftel gazedafter
after the cab cabNear cnbleal cabNear
Near by was as a group of jeering boys boysamong boysnruon boysamong
among nruon them some whom he knew lene for foras foras foras
as he had told Mr Ill Hoff IIo this was his hlanative hilinatlve hisnative
native town townHey toUIIey townhey
Hey legs called one what you youwaiting youwaiting youwaiting
waiting for Why Wh dont you go on onCarl onCall onCarl
Carl turned toward the speaker who whowas whowas whowas
was leaning on a bicycle and opened openedhis ollenedhIs openedhits
his mouth as If to make some sharp re retort reo reotort retort
tort but catching sight of the wheel wheelchanged wheelchanged wheelchanged
changed his mind and said Lend ino inoyour morOUl meyour
your bicycle Fox Fo > will you youNope youNope youNopel
Nope I replied Fox Fo shaking his hishead hishend hishead
head I want It myself myselfCarl myseltCarl myselfCarl
Carl watched l1tched the cab rolling lol1ln down downthe Ilownthe downthe
the street and rapidly rapldl increasing the thedlstnncj thedlstllnc thedistnnc
dlstnncj between him and Mr II Barker BarkerHere BIlIkelHele Barkerhere
Here he saId thrusting thlustln his hand handinto hnnitInto handinto
into his pocket Ill give you fifty fiftycents 11ft 11ftcents fiftyycents
cents if you will let me use It ItPut itPut ft ftPut
Put It there was Foxs brief but butexpressive buteqJlesslve butexpressive
expressive answer as he extended his hishand hIshand hisband
hand for the coin coinCarl coInCllrl coinCarl
Carl gave ga t him the money threw a nlong aIon along
long Ion leg Ie over the th siddlet saddle and was soon soonpedaling soon11ctlllllng soonpedaling
pedaling down the street after the cab cabAs cnhAs cabAs
As soon as he was talll fairly started tho thohoys thoboys timeboys
boys set up a shout Mr Barker was waswiping WI1SwIlling waswiping
wiping the thl perspiration from his ruddy ruddyface 1ul1dyface ruddyface
face and congratulating himself that thathe thathe thathe
he had escaped from a very uncomfort uucomfortable uncomfortable uncomfortable ¬
able and trying situation when the theshout thesl10ut theshout
shout reached his cars lIe glanced glancedback glancedback lnnced lnncedback
back through the little window Whl110wln in the therear theIcar timetear
rear and beheld that troublesome troublesomeyouth troublesomeouth troublesomeyouthi
youth outh astride a wheel and pursuing pursuinghim pursuInghIm pursuinglilni
him like fate fateDear tateDcal fateDear
Dear me he ejaculated biting his hislips hislips hislips
lips with vexation how annoying annoyingWhat annoylnglWhat annoyinglWhat
What a nuisance that boy Is IsHe IslIe Ish IshIIe
He thrust his head out of the cab cabwindow cnhwlntlowand cabwindow
window wlntlowand and called to the driver and andat antiat andat
at the same time handed him some something sOlliethin sonicthing ¬
thing thin which shone in the sunlight like likesilver Itleesll likesliver
silver sliverThe silverThe sll el elThe
The driver took It t and Immediately Immediatelydisplayed Immediately11Islllaell immediatelydisplayed
displayed an astonishing Interest In Inhis Inhis inhis
his work 011 His horses seeming to for forct forget forget
get ct all city rules and ordinances broke brokeInto hlokeInto brokeinto
Into a run Behind a wheelman rode rodelike lodelIIe rodelike
like a professional profes ional trying to break a arecord alJCOId aecoid
record There had been a heavy rain rainthe raintbe rainthe
the night before and the streets were werecoated werecoated er ercoated
coated with greasy slimy ooze which whichflew whichlIew whichflew
flew up from the whirling whlrlln tires like likespray likespray likespray
spray from a II fountain of ink inkIt InkIt InkIt
It covered the back of the riders riderscoat rl riderscoat ers erscont
coat with a thick fernleaf fern leaf spatter spatterwork spatterwork paUerwOlle
work of mud that extended up over overhis oVtrhis overhis
his collar and on to his cap The Thewheels Thewheels lhewheels
wheels of the bicycle looked like a apair 11pair apair
pair of pinwheels throwing throwln out muddy muddysparks mUdtfyspat1s mnuddysparks
sparks It was not a pleasant plea8n n t ride ridebut rIdebut ridebut
but it was lessening the distance be between betwcen between ¬
tween Carl and the cab cabMr cabIll cabMr
Mr Ill Barber Dal > er was becoming nervousBy nervous nervousBy ncr01SDy
By exchanging running for riding ho hohad Lnhad hahad
had gained nothing except that rldlug rldlugwas rlllingwas ridingwas
was not quite so fatiguing to a prom prominent prol1Inent promlent ¬
inent citizen ct lzen The distance between betweenthe bctweenthe betweenthe
the competitors c und been nearly closed closedand closelland closedand
and the bicycle was following the cub cubalmost cullalmollt cabalmost
almost 21 close clo u aa a a racer follows his
pacing machine Carls head was bent bentlow bentlow bentlow
low over the handle bars The cab sud suddenly suddenl cuddenly ¬
denly denl turned round a corner Into In to Iin IinothN mar marother in inother
other street The bicycle turned also alsobut alsobut alsobut
but with disastrous resultsIn results resultsIn resultsIn
In his excitement Carl had bnll1orgotteu bnll1orgotteuthl forgotten forgottenthe forgottenthe
the sllpperv condition of the asphalt asphaltor
or he would not have hn e tried to turn so sosharp soshnlp sosharp
sharp As s It was his bicycle wabbled wabbledand wllbbledanti wabbledand
and slid and fell and he and It to together togethlr together ¬
gether whirled whh led a heap > of wheels and andleg a1l1legl andleg
leg leg m UII the avenue leaving a wide wideswath wIllesWlltl1llke wideswath
swath sWlltl1llke like the path of a street sweeper sweeperMr sweellerIII sweeperMr
Mr III Barker heard the fall and nnllieanell nnllieanellbnct leaned leanedhack leanedback
hack comfortably comfortllbl against the cushions cushionsmuttering cUsblonmutterIng cushionsmuttering
muttering There I guess that will willsettle wJllsettle willsettle
settle that Impertinent young olng chap chantThe chapThe ohapllhe
The horses were checked and allowed allowedto
to continue at n t a gentle trot for the tlwrace therare tile1I1re
rare was over overThat 001Thnt overThat
That Is Mr Ir Barker and ant his man manthought maDthought manthought
thought so As g for Carl he had not notas 110tns notas
as yet et had hal an opportunity to thluk at atnil atall
1
nil At length however he and his hiswheel hiswheel
wheel came to a stop The world worldceased worlllcpascd worldceased I
ceased spinning around nnd he arose nrosowith arosowIth arosewith
with uo bones broken although lie liewas h hIS hewas
was IS plastered and smeared from headto head headto 4elldto
to foot so that he looked like an nub animated aulma nubmated ¬
mated ma tell clay medel modelHere medellIel medelHere
Here lIel was n third excellent reason reasonto rensonto reasonto
to present for Ol not serving the subpoenn subpoennSurely subpoennSUIel subpoenaSurely
Surely SUIel ho had done everything thatcould that thatcould thatcoulll
could be done don But oven while rolling rollingalong rolllultnlong rollingalong
along the street Carls determination determinationhad
had not wavered waveredAs waelel1As waveredAs
As he rose to his feet he paused but buta butn buta
a moment then he dragged the bicy bicycle blcycle bicydo ¬
cle do to a curb where he hI left and dashed dashedInto dash dashedinto tI tIInto
Into a narrow passageway between the thebuildings th thblllll11nl8 thebuildings
buildings lIe was familiar with the theplace theplace theplace
place nUll and knew that the cab if It Itkept Itkept itkept
kept straight on to the station would wouldafter woulllattcl wouldafter
after driving down the side of the theblock thebloc theblock
block bloc turn into another street and andpass and11I1ss andpass
pass th < other end of the alley alleyHis nlle3HIs alleyHis
His guess as to Its course was cor correct correct correct >
rect for Just before he reached the theend theend theend
end of the passage he saw the cab cabtrundle cabtrunlllo cabtrundle
trundle by nt at an easy pace He Hecrouched lIecrouchel1 IIecrouched
crouched close to the wall until it was wassafely wnssafely wassafely
safely past and neither Mr Barker Barkernor Barkernor Barkernor
nor his cabman noticed him himThen hImThen himThen
Then he darted out seized the rear rearspring rearsprlnlr rearspring
spring of the conveyance threw his hislegs hisIIs hislegs
legs over the axle amid hanging down downout downout downout
out of sight of the occupant rode safe safely saCeI safely ¬
ly I along alou with Mr Ir Barker and at his hisexpense hIsepenSl hisexpense
expense expenseUndignified epenSlUndlgnlfietl expenseUndignified
Undignified uncomfortable Yes Yesbut Yesbut Yesbut
but effective and Carl was thinking thinkingonly thInkIngonly thinkingonly
only of results resultsOn resultsOn resultsOn
On they went Mr lfr Barker and his hisman hIsman hisman
man Ignorant of the boy under the thecab thocab thecab
cab were quite at ease and Carl al although although a athough ¬
though very ery much cramped and jolted joltedwas joltedwas joltedwas
was quite as contented as the others othersHal othersHal others1lal
Hal thought Mr Barker bouncing bouncingcomfortably bouncingcomfortably bouncingcomfortably
comfortably on the cushions 1 1guess 1 1guess I Iguess
guess they the will have to be a little littlesharper Jlttlesharper littlesharper
sharper than that It will teach them thembetter thembetter thembetter
better than to send a boy after me meOuch meOuch meOuch
Ouch ejaculated Carl shifting his hisweight hIsweIght hisweight
weight to the other leg ns an extra extrajolt extrajolt extrajolt
jolt bumped the axle uncomfortably uncomfortablyunder uncomfortablyunder uncomfortablytinder
under his knee I dont believe I like likethis lIk lIkthis likethis
this kind of lower berth Then with witha
a smile sm e but I couldnt think of leav leaving leavIng hearlag ¬
ing Mr Barker BarkerAt BarkerAt BarkerAt
At length the driver pulled up his hishorses hishorses hishorses
horses at the station Mr fr Barker Barkerwell Barkerwell Barkerwell
well satisfied with wlthhlwself hjrnself stepped out outof outof outof
of the cab He lIe closed los d the door looked lookedup lookedup lookedup
up at the driver and ant smiled a 1 knowing knowingsmile knowingsmile
smile 8111 lie The driver smiled back at IltMr IltMrBarker Mr MrBarker MrBarker
Barker A muddy bedraggled scare scarecrow scalccrow scarecrow ¬
crow of a boy got down from the run running Tunnlng running ¬
ning gear stepped round the side of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cab and seeing s elns the exchange of ofglances ofglances ofglances
glances between the two men and andobserving andobserving andobserving
observing that smiling seemed to be beIn beIn bein
In order also smiled smiledFrom smiledIrom mulledFrom
From these smiles It might be tar tarerred in inferred Inferred ¬
ferred that everybody ever ody was perfectly perfectlyhappy perfectlyI11PPY perfectlyhappy
happy and that everything had turned turnedout tUlnedout turnedout
out to the intense satisfaction of every everyone eeryone everyone
one concerned but when the driver driversaw drIversaw driversaw
saw the apparition In mud standing standingbehind standInghehlnd standingbehind
behind his customer he nearly toppled toppledfrom toppledfrom toppledrem
from rem his seat His eyes grew round roundand lount lountnnll roundand
and the lines nearly fell from ills illshands hish1I1ds illshands
hands handsMr h1I1dsIr hands3Ir
Mr Ir Barker turned to learn the thecause tbocause timecause
cause of the mans dismay and found foundhimself Counethimself foundhimself
himself confronted with a paper held heldIn heldIn heldla
In nn extended e tendelJ dlrtbegrlmmcd dirt begrmmmed hand handBefore hanllBefore handBefore
Before he realized the situation he hehad bebad liehad
had taken the paper and as bo felt feltthe feltthe feltthe
the touch of silver in his hand han he heard hearda
a voice olce say sayThat sayThnt sayThat
That Is your subpoena and this Is Isyour IsYOUl Isyour
your fee Mr Ir Barker Barker I would have havegiven ha havegiven vo voglve1lt
given glve1lt it to you sooner sooner soon r but you seemed seemedto
to be in a hurry hurryThat hurr hurrThllt hurryThat
That Is how Carl won the verdict verdictfor rerdlctfOl verdictfor
for the plaintiff in Johnson versus versusLong versusLong ersusLong
Long for Mr Barkers unwilling evi evidence evIdence evideuce ¬
dence was sufficient to decide the thecase thecaseYouths thecaseYouths
case caseYouths Youths Companion CompanionYour CompanionYour CompanionYour
Your Successful Old Playmate PlaymateWhen 1la1mateWhen PlaymateWhen
When you knew ns a boy the man manwho manwho manwho
who pas made a 1 success successYou suecessYou successYou
You can remember that he never neveramounted neveramouutell neveramounted
amounted to much In hIs youth youthYou youthYou
You always have grave doubts doubtswhether doubtswhether doubtswhether I
whether his success Is as great as rev revparted re reported reo reolJOrted ¬
ported portedYou lJOrtedYou partedYou
You sometimes find it bard to be as aspleased aspleased aspleased
pleased with his good fortune as an anold anold
old friend should be beWhen beWhen belien
When lien he appears to bo glad to see secyou seeOU seeyou
you OU you cannot help being a little sur surprised sur surIwlsed surprised ¬
prisedWhen prised prisedWhen IwlsedWhen
When he does not appear to be over overjoyed o over overjoled r rjoyell ¬
joyed at meeting you it is recalled that thathe tt1 thathe t the
he always was that way wayanll and nothing nothingto noth bg bgto
to his credit creditIt creditIt creditIt <
It Is difficult to avoid speaking of his hispoor hIspoor hispoor
poor old father fa thel and mother when whenhis whenhis whenhis
his family Is mentioned mentionedAltogether mentlonel1Altoethcr mentionedAltogether
Altogether It Is a hard thing to re regard regard rev revBard ¬
gard his rise as an altogether credit creditable credItIIble creditable ¬
able performance le formauce or to reflect upon its itsattendant Itsattenlant itsattendant
attendant circumstances clrculUstanceswltbout without the thethought thethought thethought
thought that there arc some things thingsabout thingsahout thingsabout
about them which you could nave done donebetter dOnebe donebetterIndianapolis
better be terIndlanallolls Indianapolis News NewsComic wowsComic NewsComic
Comic IapersErcluded IapersErcludedHumorous Papers Excluded ExcludedHumorous Excludednumorous
Humorous papers which arc illus illustrated lUustrated illustrated ¬
trated In the colored supplement brand brandof IJIIlndof brandof
of deep red are are now eluded et luded from the thepublic tilepuhllc thepublic
public library at Cleveland CleeJ nd Ohio be because 111 111cause because > ¬
cause their Jokes have a habit of re reflecting refiectlng refleeting ¬
fleeting on certain nationalities and andraces aridraces andraces
races in n manner which many patrons patronsof PUhODSat
of the library IIbrur do not enjoy
I
THE EFIIOACY OF HERBS HERBSFACTS HERBSFACTS HERBSFACTS
FACTS LITTLE KNOWN CONCERN CONCERNINC CONCERNINC CONCERNING
INC EVEN FAMILIAR FRUITSMany FRUITS FRUITSMnnr rRUITSMan
Many Man of the Holnnlcol IteraeiUea Como ComeStraight Comotitralght ComoItralJht
Straight Dun rrom the Loyd Day VII When WhenMonk Whell1I10nk WhenMonhe
Monhe Monk and Old Women Made a Study Stmljof Stud Studur Studyof
of Doctorlnif DoctorlnifSeveral nuctortnlCSeeral IoctotingSeveral
Several large wholesale drug houses housesdown houseRdown housesdown
down town says the New York Jourmil Jour Journal Journ1l ¬
mil find It worth while to keep In stock stocka stocla
a large assortment of herbs for medical medicaluse 111elllcalu medicalnsc
use u and at least one such house more morothan morethan 111110than
than fifty 11ft years In existence deali lu lusuch 111such insuch
such articles alone aloneThese alone7heso aloneThese
These houses supply druggists all nilover allovcr allover
over ovcr the East with the raw materials materialsof
of which many standard medicines are aremade aremnd arenmdc
made mnd and with the traditional herbs herbsroots berbsroots herbsroots
roots and barks of our grandmothers grandmothersThe
The trade tra c lu these things even In this thiscity thIscity thiscity
city is large and they arc sold wher wherever wherOer wherever ¬
ever household remedies still have a aplaco nplaco aplace
placo of honor honorOne honorOne honorOne
One of these wholesale houses Issues Issuesa
a catalogue that is In some sort a arough arough arough
rough guide to the art and mystery mystely1of mystely1ofhelb + of ofherb ofherb
herb doctoring It is these remedies remediesi reme remediesthat les lesthat
i that are compounded by the socalled socalledbotanic socnlle1botanic so called calledbotanic
botanic druggists or botanists as nsthey asthey asthey
they are sometimes styled Many of ofthese oftheso ofthese
these remedies are well recognized recognizedmedicines recognl1e1medicines recognizedmedicines
medicines unhesitatingly prescribe by byphysicians byphysIcians byphysmclaus
physicians of scientific education and andsome aullsome andsome
some such physicians still cling to In Inherited Inherlted inherited ¬
herited formulas and traditional herbsMany herbs herbsMany herbsIany
Many of tho botanical remedies remediescome reme remediescome les lescome
come straight down from the days dayswhen daswhen dayswhen
when jnonUs > old women and anllaU all sorts sortsof sortsof sortsof
of mousing folks good and bad nude nudeit mudoIt mlldeIt
It their business to study the thepropertles thepropertlesof properties propertiesof
of roots and herbs Some must have havebeen hlobn havebeen
been borrowed from the Indian medi medicine mcdlcIne mcdiclue ¬
cine men and doubtless Roger Chilling Chillingworth Chl1llngworth Chillingworth
worth gathered In the Puritan grave graveyards graveyards ¬
yards many of the simples that now nowilgurc nowllgure lowfigure
figure In the catalogues of the botanic botanicdruggists botanicdruggists botanicdruggists
druggists Some of the tht best known of ofthese atthese ofthese
these herbs arc at least as old oltlls ns Galen Galenand Gnlenanll Galenand
and scores of them have run for cen centuries centuries celltunes ¬
turies through history and literature literatureThe Ilteratrllerhe llteratdreThe
The wholesale botanic druggists are areredolent urlredolent areredolent
redolent of their stock In trade tradeNearly hadele tradeNearly
Nearly le rly COO OO roots herbs seeds flow flowers fiowers flowers ¬
ers and barks are kept In stock by bythe bythe bythe
the largest botanic druggists and new newremedies neWremellles newremedies
remedies are still from time to time timeadded tlmoadded timeadded
added to the lists The Tht plants thus thuskeot thuskeut thuskept
keot kept are not only those known to the thepharmacopoeia Illepli thepharmacopoeia
pharmacopoeia pli rmncopoela as containing the active activeprinciples act1eprln activeprinciples
principles prln lples of standard drugs but near nearly nlurly nearly ¬
ly every familiar plant wild or cult cultivated cultrated ¬
vated Not only the dandelion may mayapple mayopple mayapple
apple boneset and pepslseway of our ourgrandmothers O1llIlndmothers ourgrandmothers
grandmothers lIlndmothers and the licorice root slippery slip slippery ¬
pery 1 1 elm and ginseng of the orthodox orthodoxmaterla orthodoxlUaterln orthodoxmnaterin
materla medico must be kept on hand handbut handbut handbutas
butas but as well hundreds of others known knownto
to those deeply read lu the science of ofsimples otsimples ofsimples
simples simplesFavorite simplesFavorlto simplesFavorite
Favorite flowers and famous plants plantstakes plantstakes plantstakes
takes roles l oles strangely unfamiliar to toihose tothose tothose
those unlearned In herbs and drugs drugsThe drugsTho drugsTime
The bark of the tulip tree according accordingto
to the catalogue cures hysterics nnd nnddyspepsia nnddysllepsla anddyspepsia
dyspepsia Thistle tree strengthens strengthensthe strengthensthe
the system and excites perspiration perspirationWater persplratlonWater perspirationWater
Water lilies of one sort or another are areood alegood aregood
good ood for pectoral ctoral complaints and scrofhla scrof scrofula scrofbla ¬
ula Watermelon Wlit rmelon seed Is excellent excellentfor excell excellentfor nt nttor
for dropsy doubtless upon the homeo homeopathic homeopathiq ¬
pathic principle The white willow Is Isa Isl isa
a l substitute for Peruvian bark Thewild The Thewild Th Thwild
wild sunflower Is set down as Invalua Invaluable Ina1ul1ble iuvalunble ¬
ble In bilious colic and like com complaints cowplaints complaints ¬
plaints Sweet clover Is s for swellingsThe swellings swellingsThe swellingsThe
The strawberry furnishes In n Its Itsleaves ItsIues itsleaves
leaves a remedy for sore throat and anilin anilinIts In InIts inits
Its wandering stem a cure for jaundice jaundiceand jaundiceand
and fevers Seven kinds of snake root rootfurnish rootfurnish
furnish remedies for rheumatism drop dropsy dlopsy dropBy ¬
sy hysteria colic backache measles measlesiscrofula mtaslesIscrofula measlesiscrofula
iscrofula hives croup fevers and ant some somecomplaints sornecomplaInts seinecomplaints
complaints of the stomach stomachMany stomachIany stomachMany
Many plants are re enumerated as hav having h hIng having ¬
ing the properties of quinine in greater greateror
or less degree There are ar < > several sub substitutes substltutes substitutes ¬ 1
stitutes for opium and like doubles for forother forother forother
other familiar drugs The number of ofplants ofplants ofplants
plants that cure rheumatism is mar marvellous 111l1rellous marvellous ¬
vellous and there are more than two twodozen twodozen twodozen
dozen remedies for Incipient consump consumption consumptlon consumpthou ¬
thou of the lungs Boxwood bark is isnearly Isl1enrly isnearly
nearly equal to quinine quinineCedar quInIneCedar quinineCedar
Cedar apples which Walt Whitman Whitmandiscourses WhitmandlscoUlses Whitmandiscourses
discourses upon as cedar plums are areuseful nleusdul areuseful
useful In n a common complaint of chil cliildren children chlldren ¬
dren and cedar berries the aromatic aromaticand aromotlcI1nd aromaticand
and slightly sweet sw sweet et little blue fruit of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the cedar tree are recommended recommlndedln recommlndedlntincture In Intincture Intincture
tincture or Infusion for dropsy Four Fourparts Fourparts Fourparts
parts or varieties o the dogwood are areenumerated nreenumeratellas areenumerated
enumerated enumeratellas as of medicinal value alue and andas Bnllus andas
as many ferns are named The mule mulefern milletern mulefern
fern is a remedy for tapeworm and the thefemale thetemnle thefemale
female fern Is good for lumbago and andcoughs nndcoughs andcoughs
coughs coughsAll coughsAll coughsAll
All the oldfashioned flowers and ant sev severablo severnblo sewerablotaUle
erablotaUle erablo table ta151 vegetables find place plac In thelist the thelist thelist
list of remedies The ladysllpper is isfor Isfor istor
for the nerves especially In hysteria hysteriaand hterlnanll hysteriaand
and larkspur seed Is for dropsy ItropsyLet ItropsyLettuce Let Lettuce Lottuce ¬
tuce is for colics and coughs and as asparagus asparagus asparagus ¬
paragus roots for tho tl1okldn kidneys ys The Theblossom Theblossom Theblossom
blossom of the oxeyed daisy Is recom recommended recommended recommended ¬
mended for asthma consumption and anddropsical anddropslcul anddropsical
dropsical complaints The peony Is for forweak forweat forweak
weak nerves and the red rose Is for forhasslk forhassll forhnsslk
hasslk hemorrhages and catarrhs catarrhsMost catarrhslIost catarrhsMost
Most of the popular medicines are arerepresented arereprelented arerepresented
represented i In n the stock of the botanic botnnlcdruggist botanicdruggist hmotnnicdruggist
druggist by their original elements elementsThe elementsfhe elementsThe
The makers of such remedies deal deallargely deallargely deallargely
largely with Ith the wholesale houses and andso undso andso
so do the makers of drugs tinctures tincturesointments tincturesointments tincturesointments
ointments and embrocations Forty I ortol ortolfifty or orfifty orfifty
fifty herbs plants and flowers Indi Indigenous Indlgcnous mndigenous ¬
genous to California and Australia are areamong arenmong areamong
among the newest editions to the stock stockof stockot stockof
of the botanic druggists druggistsThere druggIstsThere druggistsThere
There is an extensive exporting bush business buslness bushness ¬
ness connected with the trade In me medicinal medlclnal mediclnal ¬
dicinal herbs and the druggists keep keepaside keeplslde keepaside
aside from the dried herbs In their nat natural natural natural ¬
ural state state n quantity of reshly pow powdered powdered powdered ¬
dered roots herbs barks and flowers flowersdomestic tlowersdomeltlc flowersdomestic
domestic and foreign All these arti artlIles articles urtlellS ¬
ellS are sold by time tll pound or ounce ounceand OUlll OUllland ounceand
and received by the wholesalers In Inbales Inbales 1nbales
bales bags and boxes great and small smallThere Sml1llThere smallThere
There Is a small army of men women womenand wom womenand ln lnnnt
and nnt children the world over gathering
roots herbs and plants for the botanic botanicdruggists botanicdruggists
druggists and an there is much care mind nudexpens nndexpenSi mindexpense J
expense put upon the culture of such suchthings 8uchtlllngs suchth
things thingsPrices tlllngsPrices th lags lagsPrices
Prices vary from season to season seasonnnd seuFonand seasonand
and quotations cannot be long Ion de dervended depended 11epe11l111 ¬
vended upon Many of these raw ma materials lUlltc1l0ls u n nterlals ¬
terials are expensive ex nshe Larkspur seed seedsells seedsells seedsells
sells at 2 per ounce and sassafras sassafraspith sDssafras111th sassafraspith
pith quaintly recommended In an In Infusion Infusion Inv Invfusion ¬
fusion of rose water for sore eyes eyesfetches ecstehes eyesfetches
fetches tehes 1 an ounce Many lan of the theherbs thehctlJs theherbs
herbs that go to make familiar mcdl medicines mcdlcines mcdlvines ¬
cines seem seem very cry cheap cheapTho ChOIlPIh cheaplime
lime Ih botanic druggists drug druggistskeep lsts keep also many manyextracts manyextrnctfl manyextracts
extracts worth from 1 to 350 per perpound perIlouud petpound
pound and scores of essential oils oil as nsof asof asof
of noise anls of catnip of goldenrod olc1enroll of ofhorseradish ofhorseradish < It IthorseradIsh
horseradish of rue of sage of vain cnlomus cl1lnUlUS vainmus
mus of parsley mud of pennyroyal The Theart Theart rheart
art of extracting e tlRctlng these oils Is part of ofthe ottho ofthe
the herb doctors knowledge lnowlcd and as nswell aswell aswell
well of tho manufacturing manufactlllln druggists druggistsPrepared druggistsireplue1 druggistsIrepnred
Prepared For the Wont WontShe WorstShe orat oratShe
She came Into the Turkish bath tall fnlrly tallly fairly
ly crackling with tho evidences of ofgrief otgrief ofgrief
grief Long crepe streamers flowed flowedbehind 1l0wedbehlnll flowedbehind
behind her the crepe folds on her herdress hertlrcsfI herdress
dress rustled stlflly the Inkydyed furs fursabout fUlsabout fursabout
about her neck bore testimony testlmon to annlmost an analmost analmost
almost unbearable sorrow She ob obtained obtalned ohtanned ¬
tanned the key to the dressing room roomshe loomshe roomshe
she w was ns evidently an old patron of ofthe oftho ofthe
the estmlbllslimeutand establishment and prepared to toleave toleave toleave
leave her valuables at the oflice ofliceDrawing otUceDrawing otliceDrawlmig
Drawing oft her gloves she removed removedthree re1110cdthreo removedthree
three or four big pearl llel1rlllnJ8pealls ringspearls rings pearls set setsingly sotsingly setsingly
singly and lu bands and In bunchesFrom bunches bunchesFrom bunches1roUl
From her ears she took out two great greatsmoky greatsllloly greatsmoky
smoky pearls Her lustreless watch watchclialn wntcbcl1uln watchchain
chain was studded stu ded with pearls of the theblack tboblncl theblack
black variety She Sll handed them all allover altover allover
over The he cashier sighed as she looked lookedupon lookedupon lookedliven
upon them themYou tllemYou themYou
You certainly have some pretty Jewelry jew jewelry jowelry ¬
elry Mrs Brown she observed observedYes obseredYes observedYes
Yes sighed Mrs Brown My Mypearls Mypearls Iy Iypearls
pearls are pretty I think And Im so soglad soglad soglad
glad I got them Instead of diamonds diamondsA
A good many people have ha v said to me meWhy meWhy meWhy
Why dont you get your our husband to togive toghe togive
give you ou diamonds But Ive always alwaysthought alwlIsthought alwaysthought
thought that if the day ever camewhen came camewhen camowhen
when it wouldnt be good taste tastefOl for mo moto moto meto
to wear diamonds it wbuld be better betterto betterto betterto
to have the pearls And sure enough enoughshe enougllshe enoughshe
she sighed again the time has come comeMr comelJI come31i
Mr lJI Brown Brown has gone but those pearls pearlsare pearlsIlle pearlsare
are a real comfort to me meWashlng Washing ¬
ton Times TimesImproTemeiit TImesImpronment TimesImprovement
Improvement of Country Life LlleIn LifeIn LifeIn
In the golden age country life was all allthat altthat allthat
that could be demanded even by the themost tbomost themost
most exacting critic and the glorious gloriousfellowships glorlo1sfellowships gloriousfellowships
fellowships of shepherds and shepherd shepherdesses shepherdesses shepherdeases
esses the Corydons the Chloes and andnil ant antall andall
all that set knowing Im wlng none of the as aspirations asphatlons aspirations ¬
pirations of modern life toward towIlr libra libraries libralles Ilbrartes ¬
ries telephones and free deliveries deliverieswere dell deliverieswere erl cs cswere
were exceedingly happy all the time timeIt timeIt timeIt
It Is not so now Country life now nowhas 1I0Whas nowtins
has certain awkward nnd exasperating
disadvantages Isolation and the want wantof wautot wantof
of good means of communication lie at attho attho atthe
tho root of the dlillculty dlillcultyFarming dllUcultyFl1rmlng ditilcultyFarming
Farming lsno Is no doubtone doubt one of the most mostnormal mostnormal mostnormal
normal and healthful of occupations occupationsAt
At the same time it Is to a certain de degree degree dogree ¬
gree narrowing and deadening If to tothe tothe tothe
the pleasurable and profitable plofitableteatures plofitableteaturesot features featuresof
of the country there could be added addedsome adl1el1some addedsome
some of tho pleasurable nnd profitable profitablefeatures profitablefeafures profitablefeatures
features of the city a great good would wouldhave wouldhae wouldhave
have been accomplished If besides besidesfresh besidesfresh besidesfresh
fresh air good gool food and excellent excellenthealth excellenthenlth excellenthealth
health the farmer could have the li libraries 11IU hibearies ¬
braries IU lles telephones nnd free deliver deliveries deliverIes deliverlee ¬
ies before mentioned as well as the theconcerts theconcerts theconcerts
concerts the lectures the thetheatres theatres the themuseums themuseums themuseums
museums and the constant and easy
Intercourse which are possible In Inurban Inurban inurban
urban communities the change in the thetone thetone thetone
tone of rural life would bring with It ItImportant ItImportnnt itimportant
Important and farreaching conse consequences con consequencesChicago so soquencesChlcllgo ¬
quences quencesChlcllgo Chicago Tribune TribuneAn TribuneAn TribuneAn
An Indian Who Wore EtllllUAC EtllllUACI Ky cglaMei
I noticed notice II something the other day daythat l1aythat daythat
that was to me In the nature of a nov novelty 1I0Velty norcity ¬
elty remarked a prominent local court courtstenographer courtstenog courtstenographer
stenog stenographer apher who has spent considerable consider considerable consl er erable ¬
able time In a business way among the thedescendants tiledescendants thedescendants
descendants of the American aborl aborllines aborlglnes aborigines
glnes lines What struck me as strange strangewas strangowas strangewas
was my meeting here in Washington Washingtonwith Wnshlngtonwith Washingtonwith
with an an Indian who wore eyeglasses eyeglassesIn cjeglassesIn
In tho course of all my experiences experienceswith experIenceswith experienceswith
with tile le red men I never before ob observed obIScred observed ¬
served Poor Lo making use of lenses lensesto lensesto lensesto
to aid his sight Perhaps the name of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this particular Indian has something somethingto
to do with his adopting what is unques unquestionably unquestlonnbly unquestionably ¬
tionably a very ery necessary custom of ofcivilization ofcivilization ofcivilization
civilization lie bears the cognomen cognomenFoggy cognomenFoggy cognomenFoggy
Foggy Cloud and is a member of the theChlppewa thoChippewa theChippewa
Chippewa tribe All the other In Indians Indlans Inv Invdlans ¬
dlans of my acquaintance are ulessed ulessedwith olessellwith olessedwith
with keen sight of the most pronounced pronouncedtype pronouncedt3l1e pronouncedtype
type and I do not remember remem bel hearing hearingthat hearingthnt hearingthat
that any of oftbem thera ever had eye trouble troubleof troubloof troubleof
of any character cbalacterWasblngton Washington Star StarJlyitlfled Still1I1ItI StarDrystlaed
Jlyitlfled 1I1ItI e1 SclontlnU SclontlnUAt SclentlltlAt ScienlletAt
At the last meeting of the Llnnean LlnneanSociety IlnnoanSociety LinneanSociety
Society Professor 0 B Howes ex exhibited eChlbltcL1 exliibited ¬
hibited u marine organism received receivedfrom recelvellfrol1l receivedfrom
from Dr GilchrIst of South Africa AfricaIt AfricaIt AfricaIt
It Is structureless and transparent transparentAfter transparentAfter transparentAfter
After having submitted the object to toa toa
a down trained experts he put It for forward fOlwalli forward
ward in the hope of obtaining a clue clueto clueto clueto
to its significance and zoological post position posltlon posttion ¬
tion In commenting upon this ex exhibit cx1libtt C Chlblt ¬
hibit the President said he believed believedthe believed1ho believedtime
the occasion was probably the first in inthe Intho totime
the history of the society upon which whichan whichnn whichan
an object had been laid upon the table tableto hllJleto tableto
to which no one could give a l name nameLondon nnmeLondon nameLondon
London ISatureNucts Nature NatureZncU NatureFact
ZncU Fact Told Clearly ClearlyNow Chari Charir0W ClsarlyNow
Now that there are professors of ad advertising ndveltlslng advertising ¬
vertising and professional writers of ofadvertisements ofadvertisements ofadvertisements
advertisements there seems to be an anImpression IlnImpressIon animpression
Impression that the principles of pub publicity publicity publielty ¬
licity are complicated Yet It remains remainstrue remainstrue remainstrue
true that except In peculiar cases a aplain IIplaIn aplain
plain and simple statement of facts factsmakes factsmnkes factsmakes
makes the best business announce announcement announcement announcemeat ¬
ment The facts which th the advertiser advertiserwants advertiserwacts advertiserwants
wants the public to know iyro Ile exactly exactlytie exactlyt1o exactlythe
tie facts whlh the public wants to toknow toknor toknow
know
SUBURBAN ASSOCIATIONS ASSOCIATIONSList
List of Officers together ogetller With WithTime WithTime WithTime
Time and Place of fleeting fleetingH
1N H THE fcLTEB OF THESE ASSOCIATIONS ASSOO1ATIONSTHE ASSOCIATIONSTHE ASSOG ATIDNS ATIDNSTHE
THE FIRES ARE BURNING FOR ALL ALLTHE AllTUI AllTill
THE PEOPLE PEOPl PEOPLEOFTHESUBURBS PEOPLEOFTHESUBURBSEast OF THE SUBURBS SUBURBSEast SUBURBSEast
East End Suburban CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation Citizens CitizensAssociation
AssociationMeetings Association AssociationMfeetlnc
Meetings arc held the he tit Mon Sianday Monday ¬
41 day Evening In onch nch month at atICtli RtUlth atlath
lath and 11 Street N 12 12OFFICERS Eo EoOFFICERS EOFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPrcsldent OFFICERSPresident
President William II Ernest Ernestj Vice VlcftPresident Vic VicPro ViceProsidont
President Pro ident Hugh A Kane Knuoi Secretary J JM J3L
M 3L 1 Wood Woodi Treasurer Trel1 1UCr Aug W Stubener StubenorCgfTotal StubenerG6Jlotal Stubenerg
CgfTotal g Total membership about 75 75Brigtitwood 75Brlghtwood 75Bright
Brigtitwood Bright ood Park Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation CitizensAssociation
Association Associationlleetlnci AssociationJutlnll Associationllfeetingt
lleetlnci nro heM the Third ThirdTuesday Tl1Irdlue TliirdTuesday
Tuesday lue l1nf Eyenlncln each Beh mouth mouthin moulhIn mouthIn
in Thomut Unll 11011OFFICERS UnllOFFICERS nil nilOFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPrcsl OFFICERSPresident
President Prcsl ent W MeL Mol Clayton Vice VicePresident VloePresident VicePresident
President Cia Cimas W Purkcrj Parker Secretary
Frank J Jietcalf Treasurer W V S SDotwllor SDetwiler SDetwilor
Dotwllor Detwilerelotal Detwilorg1otal i iBSf
elotal BSf Total membership about 75 75Citizens 75CItIzens 75Citizens
Citizens Northwest Suburban SuburbanAssociation SuburbanAssociation SuhurbanAssociation
Association Associationaroctlngs AssociationlIractinCII Associationhrectlnre
aroctlngs pro hold tho lint Fri Prldnjr Fridl1 Fritiny
tiny dl1 livening Lvenln In Each Mouth In Intho Intits Intiro
tits Town 11011 IInllTonleylown Tenle110n Tenieyl own > DC DCOFFICERS DCOFFICERS DCOFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPrcsldent OFFICERSPresident
President Chns C Lancaster Lancasteri 1st 1stVlooProsldent 1stViuclrc letVieeProf
VlooProsldent Viuclrc ldent Jas L Tate latei 2nd 2u Vice VicePresident VIcePesldcl1t VicePresident
President Col Robert I Fleming 3rd1 3rd1VicePresident 3rdlVlceProsldent 3rdVlce
VicePresident Vlce Prostdent A E Shoemaker 4th 4thVlocPresldent 4thVlclPresidtJllt 4thVica
Vica VlocPresldent Presidont Dr A M MHayj Hay 5th VIco VIcoPresident VlcoPresl VlcePresident
Presl President ont Prof Louis L LIrooper Hooper Socrei Socreitary Secre SecretBry Scoreitary
tary Dr J W Chappcl Treasurer Treasurernltna TreasurerQhas lroasurerQhl1s
Qhl1s nltna II n Morgan Mnrrrnn MarfTflntifnf 8ergeautntArms1 8ergeautntArms1Androw Sergeant nt Arma ArmaAndrew A rmHI rmHIAndrew
Andrew J IJorga Chairman Executive Executive1Committee ExecutiveCommitteo ExecutiveCommltteo
Committee Louis P Shoemaker ShoemakerBrlghtwood SboomakgrBrfghtwood ShoemakerCrlghtwood
Brlghtwood Avenue Citizens CitizensAssociation CitizensAssocJation CitizensAssociation
Association AssociationMeeting AssocJationJleetlnp Associationleetlet
Meeting are Hold lleId the Second u Frl Frldor n nday
day Evenjnff la I Each Blontt la laBrlehtwood IDIIrlabtwood lanrightwood
Brlehtwood Hall HallOFFICERS lIallOFFICERS hallOFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPresldont OFFICERSFresidont
President Louis P Shoemaker 1st 1stVTIcoPresldent 1stvlcePresldent letVico
VTIcoPresldent Vico Preeident VHton J Lambert Lamberti od odVl M haVi MVfrcoPresidtnt
VfrcoPresidtnt Vl eo oPresldent N E Robinson Robll18l1nj iA iAVicePresident t tVicePresident
VicePresident Thomas Blugden Dlu en 4tX 4tXJfeeProsld 4tlVlcePresldent 4t 4tVicePresident
JfeeProsld VlcePresldent nt Dr Henry Darling Darlingnretnry
Becotn9 nretnry John G Keene Treasurer TreasurerE
Ii E Robinson llobtnionMTTotal ItobinsonlirTot411l1ombershlp Robinsoni
i MTTotal lirTot411l1ombershlp Total Membership about 200 200North 200North 200North
North Capital and EckingtonCitizens Eckington EckingtonCitizens EcklngtonCitizens
Citizens Association AssociationMeeting
Meeting JIItln are Held the F Forth rth Men Mentar aloeday
tar 0 Evening Evenln In Bach Month In the tbeChurch theJburch lb lbChurch
Church of the United Brethren Cor Corner Co ColieI Corner ¬
ner North Capital Capltola nn R StreetOFFICERS Street BtreeteOFFICERS Btro t tOFFICERS
OFFICERS OFFICERSPresident OFFICERSPreeldent OFFICERSPresident
President Irwin B Linton Vioeo VioaPresident Vio VioPresident VioeoProBldont
President Washington Tophami TophamiTreasurer Toph1mtTreasurer TophamiTreasurer
Treasurer W W Porter Secretary
i O Tingle Executive Committee CommitteeThe OommltteeThe CommitteeThe
The officers and Messrs Jay F Ban Banorot Danoroft Banoroft
oroft TheoT Theo T Moore Mooroand and W J JFowler Jollor Jiowloa
Fowler FowlerCSrToUl iowloaxm ollor ollorESTotal
CSrToUl xm Total Membership about 28P 28Pfakoma 2SPfakoma 48Pfakoma
fakoma Park Citizens Association Asso Association Association ¬
ciation ciationMeeting ciationMeeting ciationMeeting
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