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Short Stories For
JOHNS' SECOND FIDDLE. I anybody had hinted to her tlmt
nn where about Tommy1 there wait
lto was juado nut of n modest j hidden n spark of talent of any tort
nmount of mnturlnt ami lnul n curl-; she wotilil have rcaentcil It ns nn
mis look about his faro that mado , Imputatluii on hlg chnrncter and his
one think liN builder hud been call- j loyalty to her.
imI tn noine more UUerestliiK occulta- I.lttlc Mrs. Johns was so tickled
tlon and had forgotten to'como back over being asked to read the ninnu
and dlilsh the job. The big mouth BCrlpt of (Miller's prroiStor,v that she
Kcomoifirrooked, and when he lnugh-i lonlldeil to lllll Hedges, editor of tho
od, which was often, funny little ra
vine find gullies would spread out
lrm lift- sides of tho yawning cavi
ty all olJcr thentca of Tommy John's
tmintcruWo. It pleased tho chil
dren, 0 Tommy developed his laugh
until H threatened to become Burne
tii ins ferful.
IJultp -nnturally mid without the
slIehtcA Intontlou of doing violence
to justice, tho people of l'lambenti
begun using; Tommy as n hitching
)HHt. If (i subscription was to bo
lalsed for charity or public cuter
prise the promoter!) would uniiiil
tumidly oleit Tommy to carry It
nnmmlqlown, because Tomtny's tlnio
wits not tniKirtatit nuil theirs wits.
When the money was raised Tommy
would lake his tiroper place In the
luck ynrd and tho promoters would I lead portions uf tho manuscript we
suddenly appear In the limelight toj n nnsmed tlmt It Is iiulto Hie best
tho ploudlts of an ndmlr'g citizen-1 thing Mi- (MUler has ever done In
kl,lp . n ll'fi.r... way, and that he stands
On occasion, of big ovtmla Tommy mi excellent show of turning In un
would be chosen without opposition t dir "" wl"' " IPRtlt or two ahead
to Imw the oTcctlon mid decoration ! of the Held. Tommy Johns, the ln
of the epoagker's stand, to arrange j suranco agent. Is typewriting Mr.
the scuts' ami to dicker Willi the i Quillet's honk Tor him."
ii email.- When tho great day came Mr. Johns was delighted with the
n Illustrious fellow citizen would ! ilellcato way the editor hail put It.
act as Qnalrmau and master of cere; "ml (Miller bought three nr four
moults. It wasn't so disastrous liijixtrn roplcs of the paper to send lo
a man's time and business to be
CnnlrtrJan as It was to build plat
forms and such things. And Tom
my didn't caro Tor glory anyway.
Judging from his mug.
Kveu' Tommy's little brown-oyeil
wife fCJI Into tin' general hnblt ot
legardlfjg her husband merely its 'a
hewer pf wood and a dtawor of wa
ter. She loved the very ground he
walked on, but took It as the law
of Providence that ho should never
amount to anything. Oftentimes she
would (alk to hint about lEnlph Har
ris,, tbfl young lawyer, who was ex
citing A groat doal of local admira
tion by his clever speeches In court,
nod James Qulller. their iiext di
neighbor, who had written "piece
for .the home paper and had actual'.
been In print In ono or two mag .
sines. She would not tcfer to the o
men In the way of disparaging her they let him smoke ho didn't enre plaint, and let jieople walk on ou
mediocre husband, but merely as a i what they talked about. Mrs. Johns j Just because you wouldn't lilt back.
subject of town news. Now ntul I mpposvd hu hung nround liecnuao or Now, tell ni this truly and I'll for
theii Qulller would come over au. the fun I nation of Qulller's picsenco j glvo you for the way you've dec'clv-
grucloiialy loan his neighbors a ma -
nmlne or paper whtcli contained
Mimeihlng of his, and Mrs. Johns
would read tho stories annul tu her
liusbuad, with many pnrcnthctlcxil
oxpressloin. of admiration. And Tom
my, with chair propped against the
porch ai.d pipe In his homely mouth,
would saj it was ovon to. Ho was
not Jeulutis, hecuuhu ho knew hU
place and hud fionso enough never
tu go Into the upper loom lest he
be Invited to ninku spacu for a more
One dny wlien Qulller called ho In.
formed Tommy and his wife that
he was working on a book, by which
he hoped to rapture a K'OOU prize
offered by tin) Moon lleam Publish
ing Hyuso of Now York, and he nt
reted to show them parts of tho story
ns It canto front his pen.
Utile Mrs. Johns beamed with de
light, and told Qulller sho was con
fident. It ho put In his best licks, ho
would certainly win. Sho oven volun
teered Tommy' nld to typewrite his
manuscript, an oiler which Qulller,
for leuaons ot economy, accepted on
tho spot, and Tommy didn't s.iy No
--ho wnB glad oven In so humble n
w.iy to assist his brilliant neigh
bor. Tommy hnd an otlleo downtown,
tho furniture ot whlrh consisted or
ii table desk, typewriter and Ihreo
(hairs. Ho was a lawyer In a mild
way n collector nnd Insurance
agent. Ills father had left him a
few dollars, but tho people said ho
was living off his wife's estate, and
Mrs. Johns didn't deny.
Mrs. Johns was ono of those rest
less llttlo bodies who routluuully
taw great IhlugB at u distance, but
was. absqlittoly blind to any Jewels
close about. If you would put her In
London t.he would talk only of tho
glory of New York. If Providence
located her In New York nho would
b- iiilseia'jlc 'leratifcB denied the pri
vileges she might have In l.n Ion.
I'laiiibcau Skyrocket, the Information i
that Qulller Vas writing n hook to
win .the Moon llcnut Publishing Com-
patty's $5000 prize, mid that It was
hound to be n winner. She added.
Incidentally, that Tommy had been
given the distinguished honor ot
whacking the prize story through.,
Hedges grinned curiously as hu
Jotted down the news, and the Sky
locket that week stated "tWt "our
talented fellowtowiiimen, Jerome
(Julller, who had written quite a
number of pieces for the leading ma
gazines, was now engaged on a no
vel to he entered 111 h competition
lor a $f,ooo prize offered b a book
publishing concin of New York.
I'rom n disinterested Judge who has
I'rom that time on the Skyrocket
boomed Mr. (lulller every week. Tho
rdltor had a plcturo made, showing
his Intellectual features, with com
plimentary words under It. and the
author became quite a lion in anti
cipation ot his. coming glory,
Kvery night Tommy would sit
quietly on tho porch while Mrs.
Johns and Qulller discussed litera
ture and the formation of Ilctlon
characters. It never occurred t.o them
to let Tommy In on these talks, be
cause it was a matter beyond his
ken. Some men In his position or
house-cat might have been a little
bmed, and nobody would have blam
ed him If ho had gone down to tho
tavern and had a lime with tho con-
genial spirits there. Hut Tommy
was a domestic man, and to Jong iib
1 and in lliu hopes of acquiring sonio
of tho wisdom that fell from his
lips. When Qulller came nnd when
he left Tommy would arlho ami
h'and behind his wife whllo she did
tho honors of receiving and speed
ing tho paring guest. He never
"butted In" or did anything unless
ho was tojd.
Qulller's manuFcilpt had been In
tho hands of the publishers tome
tlnio and the date of the award had
pasred. The editor of the Skyrocket
had made iirrangeirents with, the
publishers to wire him tile lesjilt.ot
tho contest to he lnlgbt bullnTln it
In front of hts office for the good
people of Klamlieait. A letter front
the publishers stated that hundreds f
of manuscripts had been iccclvcd'
nnd that the renders .were busy at
work on them: they hoped. loio nblo
lo announce tho it-suit' ft iVd'.
Ono beautiful fall evening Mrs,
Johns s.it In u largo locking chair
out of the lawn, reading again to
Tommy, who was reclining 'in a
hammock, chapters from .Qulller's
book-to-be and commenting raptur
"Just llbten here. Tommy; did you
CM-r run across anything more beau
tlful? 'In the stillness of tho night
tli oars splashed tho turgid waters, I 'K about Tommy took his own pie
thiowlng up diamonds and Jewels, or' eres nnd painted them with fulel
every deseilptloii, as tho rami bear- "' Ho' Kot uvery ono or you In his
Ing tho escaping lovers shot across book, and he's made a better plcturo
tho billowy lake to tho old castle "f oit than a photograph lould have
of their anieators.' Isn't that grand . 'lone."
for description? One can almost boo "Hood!" Eald tho Chairman: "that
tho moonbeams glinting through tho
trees and hear tho hoarso shout ot
tho baffled pursuers on the shore.''
"Seems llko a dream," tald Tom
my. "A ilienm!" scornfully, "lhat
Isn't any way to discuss literature."
"I I mean It'B er hot ttuir."
"What you iiican Is," bald the llt
tlo lady with cold exasperation,
yoii'vo no poetry in jou, and,
hlngs, In your ears, mean no-j
YOU should lrave. a
HAT made from one
of our new French Models
just received from the
DUNN HAT SHOP
TiPMFT" T- TTtiT
thing. You'd rather hear the dinner
"1 guess so," said Tommy, good
naturedly; "It's like feeding the plKs
with champagne to waste much
things on me."
Illll Hedges, with coat on his nrm
and u pntm leaf ran lit his burnt,
came trudging along front the print
shop', Ills hlg gtny eyes glowed cu
riously as he stepped Into the lawn
"Cot n telegram about the ,book
Just1 now," he said, pulling out a
"Oh, goody!" ,sald little Mrs.
Johns, rising and clapping tier hands.
"Mr. Qulller won It?"
"He didn't! What a shame!
There's a swindle In tho thing lotitO'
where, 1 knuwj They haven't hail
aliythltig submitted near ns good ns
"You can ncir tijll when you ititi
against tho book game." tnd tho
editor nhlloiiliihlcnlli. "What I read
! of Qulller's book looked to me llko ,
pretty., good leading, but those
I ehunriis don't teem to know line work
when they sco It. Now, this nies- J
tago says they've gjven the prize to
u fellow who I know never had a
lick ot experience at willing- ono
Tommy Julius, n one-horse "
Mrs. Johns fairly Bcreamcd It as
she Jerked tho telegram out of tho
editor's baud and read:
"l'Mltor Skytockot, Flambeau, Io
wa: I'lrst prize ot $.',000 goes lo
Thiiinns Johns of your town. Con
gratulation. MOOX I1IJA.M I'lIIIMSIIINO CO.
I.lttlc Mrs. Johns tinned her
startled eyes toward tho homely man
who stilt tecllned In tho hammock,
smoking lazily and comfortnhly.
"Tommy! You " she begun, al
"Don't get mad. my dear," said
Tommy gently. "I didn't mean to
do it, but I had a little time on my
hands, and when you told me ! luul
to write' out Qulller's book ,for him
It gave mo u little Idea. It didn't
amount to much, jou'II say that
when you toe It oit can have tho
$50110. Now, go on with ynnr read
ing. I believe you stopped whero
Mr. Qulller said, they had 'shot
across tho blllowry lake to tho old
(astlo of their' cr what was It?
Hut sho didn't llnlsh. Instead sho
threw tho other man's manuscript
on the ground and spurned It with
her foot. Then n tender light crept
Into her eyes and slio, wont over to
where Tommy w.is a.'i.l. kneeling be
side him, begnn rumpling his hair,
"You dear old work horse." sho
Bald, "you've been Hotting along nil
theso j ears pithing other people's
loads, with never a word of com'
What weio you thinking
nbout when I was reading that man's
manuscript to you, and telling you
how lino It was? Answer now, on
your word of honor."
"Well, dearie," tald tho pack
horte, us ho curled up In u nunc;
comfortablo position, "I was using,
what I thought as material ror lliu
book, nnd I assure you that you and '
ur. (junior Helped out wonderful
That night the Chaluiinu. the Ma -
jor and several or tho dlhtlngulshcil
citizens or Klambeau met at the
Commercial Club nnd discussed t'ho
"T my is n nice little follow, all
right," said a portly gentleman, who
llgured In tho local paper nearly
every week In connection with some
business or social enteipihe, "hut
whero in the Sam lllll could sui'li
a chap hit un Idea that would malm
n book? I supposed Ills wlfo did all
the thinking for the family.
nu i.oi ino idea rigni nore," rp-
lllleil lltllflt Itftilfnu i..l... I,,., (....
Joined tho croon ..n.t !, ,,.,, ,
fio very much pleased nbout toiiic-
thing. "Qulller run ncrosi tho ocean
. a,"l wioto or things ho knew unth-
was a bright idea; It will help (ho
tnyn. Do you know what ho calls
his book,' Mr, Jlcdgcs?"
"Yes," replied tho editor, "Jio in
mo seo It beforo lie sent It off. Ho
named 'The Pharisees,' IMgar
White, In The llnhcmlan .Mngazlne.
Anemometers wero strained In the
recent Philippine typhoon, when a
wind velocity or 135 miles tin hour
wW i'T ttiTi'-
W imm&W?" '"J!1 !'"
wtmcc&um m wu.'?iMZtLizi?.Aymi?
COLOR GATALOQ FREE
IN M0RNIQ SESSION
(Continued from Pa?o 1.)
bo in general us. In the f otitic If the
last posslblu u.ti ictluu Is desired," de
clared Manager (1. V. lttjnton. or Btt'a
plantation this n.oruliig at tho c .mluu
of tins Plauton,' AkMHnllon.
"If wo hnd had our flftceu-ruCtv mill
In operation dm lug the uhoh. i.Lison
nt Kwa wo would have been 'i-l.t-OO
more lo the gooii. A3 It was. with the
lirth mill only 'working for' r. fow
wee'KH, wo iwerc ahead VW- over the
old stylo mill." "
This statement from Mr, lit tit
drew a nuBs'llon from John Witt;,
Olaa: "If your extraction v-ai U4 p .'
cent beforo you added Ihe firtii uat uf
iollcis, nnd tnl per i:en after f'i addi
tion, do yon contldcr l'e " pe:1 -tut a
Mr. Noel Hear lnu' up this 0.1 Phtlon
mid repllo.l that tho Z pjr ci-iil. cduld
not bu eonaldereil nbsoluto dear gain
m tho Ininur It es would ri'diiro It
The meeting was c.illod tu'orler by
Vlco I'ri'kldenl ITotcnlimier and nt
cuco the vailous lopoits of the differ
ent committees were gono Jan. The
(list, on ".Machinery Used In Manufac
ture or Sugar." wiib lead by Secretary
W. O. Kmllh, In tho nhsciiro or .1, N. 9.
Wlllle.i.i.). chairman of1 tho committee.
Tho purl ro'errllig to tho I.llllo Irlplo
tffecl. binti.tht up ii lively discussion,
and the diiectly opposite opinions ex
pressed bv teveral managers us to tho
I.llllo mncliliio, were only partly ox
, plained till Manager (Jeorgu Itenton
after listening to all tho talk, said that
his sugar boiler did lint boll out his
lubes (when cleaning) In vacuum, and
MrggcKtod'iliat that mlglil ho lliu cause
of a lot of plllkla tit'ilirforcnl mills.
C. ('. Kennedy of Wnlake.i tald that
ho had had no IrnuliY whatsoever with
tho I.llllo lilplo effects nt his jjjanln
linn, nad lhat for threo months nt a
btretch It had not b.-oa opened.
W. W. (! odnle of W'dalua said that
he wis inning continued trouble with
Ihe l.lllle. 'nd that It took u lot of
tcraiilng and nuM lo clean tho tubes
In ike put. Ilt-lmd hid to stop In tho
mlddlii of a week to boll out and clean
the paiia. S5ciile3 wero thu principal
cuiseuf trouble and they accumulated
i , '. , . ,
I J",,n J- M,,lr "f Onomen said that
no w.i.i pvneuiiy saiisuoit wiiii uie i.u-
lie and llr.il it wan doing good work.
Manager It oils of IIouoliilii plantation
tliiiKo In I he tamo iitraln mi (ioolali
Ji'Imiiii the I.llllo. mid mid lhat he hud
t.o,i!i:(. .it hiu mm with f.calo nnd hav-
lug to renew tubes.
I Thtn Maiugcr Watt r.l Olaa ng.ipi
itouk the Hour and said that Jiu lull ho
j trouble at Ids mill, and that the raiiso
of the scaling lu'.-ortel nt nlhor uilllr
j talslit b oitu'cd by Imperfect liming
jlhca a lot cf ac!d wuuM liuvo lo ba
I lined when clcauliig the tubei and the
tub. .i lu Kadiujly dujlrnyuj. Wc J
said that they havo novqr had to re i
pltico a tube yut at Oltui.
K. V. l'axtou suiJjOElO.l Hint Ufa tllf
fercnt it-ports on tho I.llllo mlcht ba
occoimled lor by the fact that the
'"aa-jgaifs;--jf7prTTi' ' ij -ii'iiy'Bi
" 'BUIUI n lB ipii
FOR INDOORS AND OUT
, ARMORITE PAINT
to meet the climate
H. Davies. & Co., Ltd.
Juice from cane on nil tho Huudc
was not the same.
Noel Deerr wits asked, his opinion"
and r.ald that Imperfect liming prob
bly hud lomeJilug to do with tho
trouble and suggested a way to save
money on tho expensive new tuba
"Why not try. say. half a dozen cast
Iron tubes. Jit among tho loppur onVa,
mil then uuldi how they u.'t. Kven
If thsy litivo lo be rophei"l Just ns
.oltcn : the l:b?rdirlcu.l oaua, thero
v;o:ih" .'o p (;.-caf saving."
Mr T- llbb oJ Paauha.i mado an
latr 11 intcnirnl when bo suggest-
k cuu,l i(f pjiyonal observn-
i i.lind of lUw.UI, that scalo
! iiiiho ,es wan InnriMsed a lot by tho
b ' ' g of Ju'coa fioni catn which had
. grown tiunv tho ben cuard, and
whoro nalt nprey had affected tho cano.
.ianigor i a'i'-.oin. or icxi,'ia. sata
that plien Li- hn J tn uzi luacltlsii waUir
for Irrigation, tho pcala In his Irlplo
olTcct tubes wore not as bad as now,
when tho cnno'gtdn limiting but fresh
water. Kossuth tald that Hour beer
was a splendid Ihllig to clean tubea
with, but that It was au i'xpcniu.rlty government,
method. (Much laughter.) ' " am opposed to lliu laying of tele-
Manager Heiilou Hlated lh.it tho ' phone cindtillH, wiiliout getting any
tubea at ICwa wtio as good as the day
they wero first used, nnd that u com
pleto set that wero piirrhated nt the
ramo tlnio ns tho effects, ha.l novor
been used. ,
Mr. lledeiiianu then eitplalned tho
principles of lliu Kelly Killer 1'iess am)
ho was listened tu with groat nlteiitlun.
C. C. Kennedy then took up thu to
poit of the coiuinltteo on Cutting and
Transportiitton or Cmiu ami icad an
Interesting article on tho subject. Af
ter describing all the different methods
of getllngi nine to the mill In tho'ie
tslnuds, tho writer went mi o say that
the sauio old catio linlfn was still cuff
ting tho slicks till over tho world, as
It has been doing, for hundreds of
In Keuua.Iy'ii opinion the Planters'
Association should offer overyjnduco
incut to lincnlors to gel busy mid iry
and think out a cuuo-ciittlng machine.
"Wo cannot oxpoct men to spend
tlnio and money winking on caiio-vut-
ting maclilno Ideas without rnmo rn-
iniiriigement nnd I Ihluk that a hum or
numey tlumlil bo deviled lo nuch a!
"Tho difficulty la to got a maclilno j
that will both lilt the carlo at tho
ground and top It at tho samo I line
iiinerwito harvesting maciilncH aro
tifelccs. In I.oultlnna wo may any day
hear or a cunu-r.uttltig miichlno. but II
!i. a dlfl'i u in piiipotilloit here, whi'iu
i.u.- ci'i.n giows in mucli Innrscr mil
All tha ropuits wetv llilencd to with
great I'ltf-rott ,m l at noon (ho meetlir;
ndJuiiiiiBil till 1:"'J c'cloc'.t.
Negotiations that nro nov
way ,lt ii expected) will centuate!
is specially prepared '
In u final adjudication of the troubles
that resulted In the failure of tho
Hoard or Supervlwns lo concur In
tho agreement that was prepaied to
meet the nctlvitle.j of the Mutual
Tho nature of the amendment
that havo been practically agreed on
have not been uiudu public. It la
known, howeer, thai dcllnlte action
upon the amended ngieemcnt by tho
Hoard or Supervisors simply nwalta
n mooting or the directors or tho
Mutual Telephone Company.
It la undor.itrod that tho agree
ment will bo rail lied upon a basis or
mutual compromises, and neither the
lompany. or Jbu Supervltors tiro
'forced to revede materially riom tho
ttiut'l eaeli tusumed when tho iisgo.
tlnUoiiK toward a settlement of all
dlllliullles vcro lonipornrlly broken
Supervisor V.'m. K, Aylelt, who l
bitterly ojipndcil to the laying of tel
ephone conduits. N ri'-idy for war.
when tho Hoard or Supervltors moot
tonight (7i consider tho wulfuro of the
benefit for the city," said Aylett
"When Carter was (loveinor, I was a
member or tho legislature of 1105. In
his message In that Legislature hu
strongly advised tho members: to pass
a law compelling the corporations. In
cluding the Telephone company, to
pay 2',b per cent Income lax.
"He was then the Oovernor of tho
Terrltoiy, but when he becamo a com
mon citizen, ho began to kick because
he has largo Interests In the telcphono
company. I am ready to proluco the
message, which he, when (lovernor;
teat to Ihe legislature. It will ruli
Manually sustain my Wow.
"I think Carter has Just found out
that It Is net always n good thing to
bo "wlklwlkl" In passing judgment
on any Important measure, such as
this, I um doing what ho advised tn
do lu his message."
Aylett, who Is trying to study law,
with a vlmv of perhaps becoming a
lawyer mum day, has been overhaul,
lug tho llevlsed Iior the. Territory
or Hawaii. Ho claims that ho has
found a section vhero his contentions
will bo imbatiilmid If the question was
brought lnforo tho court,
GETS SIXTY DAYS
Tor Iilttlng tho Iper, II. Vellhoff,
ii member of the Mai Ino Corps, will
havo flvty Tla;.s for lellectlun.
A luutal ajsuult was mado by
Vclihoir upon Campbell Mnckey, n
cailor. belonging lo thu lliltlsh
Irelghter llomeiSi, whllo tho senfni
lug man was lu u down-town saloon,
MticKey v.is not under ttio lullueiicu
i cf llquur, but Velthuir admitted en
the stand this morning that he inus't
havo been, as ho remembered uoth
under Ing' about lho nffulr. Mnckey had
been touring the city on tho evening
IS GROWING APACE
"The growth of tho groat Northwest
Is tremendous," says John It. Smith
of HI!o, who nirlvod from a lour id
tho northern country by a recent Van
"I'ctTplo nro conilng In there by Ibo
hundreds or thousands nnd Ihcagrlrul
tunil districts are being developed Into
tho best and most prosperous commun
ities you couM Imagine, ', "t
"And it will all work In'fiir the ben-
J oflt anil iipliulldliig of lnwall. The
I cro double-tracking tho railroad from
I'01-tlaud to Seattle, 'lho Irado w.th
tho Islands Is growing. The (rale wlili
Alaska Is growing. The trade of tho
country towns an 1 tho cities of "lliu
uotthwest Is growing. It Is tho giejl
crt country I .over saw, next t-i Ilu
wall. They'll all bo coming this way
In lho course of a short time. There's
no doubt of It. They are talkln; of
Ilnwail and want In develop trade with
Su sayltv; John IT. look the bo.it fur
llllo to not only watch II grow b.it in
do a llttlo growing up with the country
Through tho gencioslly and good
fortune of Mis. II. Q, Alexander. I.lli
rurlaii I.ydecker of the Archlies Do
parltireiit has become piHsessed d lho
original agreement enlerol Into be
tween Knmehaiueho III nnd Admiral
diehard Thomas, when tho Hag or thu
Hawaiian Monarchy was restore 1 by
tliQ Uiltlsh commuuder, July 31. Kiln.
Tho document was found by Mrs.
Alexander lu the atflc of her homo on
Niiuauii avenue, while slui was search
lug among sonio old family pot ses
sions, Tho llml'iig id tho valuable doc
ument In Ihe best rtate. of preserva
tion was a Hiirpilpo lo Mrs. Alexander
and she decided that the best placo
for Itn s.ifo keeping was lu tho Ar
Tho agreement binds lho Hawaiian
Kingdom In Irrouicablo terms to nr.
cord 'Justice to Hrlllsh subjects and
contains tho "most favored mil Ion
tlaiiso," which Is an International
problem today I nlho maintenance of
(ho open door In Miinchmlu.
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of King I'M ward's birthday, playing
melodic un Scottish bagpipes.
lliilleving lilmteir lu need or soiuo
1'erio.dinient ho visited the bar, iind,
during tho few minutes that he spent
thote, was slugged by tho toldlor,
who broko tho plper'a noso njul In
lllcted Mivciul nasty cuts about the
Judge Andrado ssntenced Veltholt
lo sixty days' Impilsonnio'nt. In nil
dlllon ho Is mil -T, hall which ho
forfeited when first placed under ar-.
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