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The Evening World Daily Magazine, Thursday, December 1, 191 (K
ti-etimt.tik-.mtis frTTi t vT IS
IGreat Men I
When Man Becomes Womanish.
-lililHried n!'T Prc-p Sum '..' hy f.-.t- firm I'nMl'iiiim Company, fOS, M 10 fl
1'n.k K it. S ..rk
J. ANCU'9 SHAW, Pm and Proas., Jo-l. I'll MM IT 'l u Junior, Beo'jr.
OS Prk Row. Hit I'nrK rOI
By Maurice Ketten.
I H ay e Be e n
i 1 " 1
l.'itcnil St tho Pn ''
fit V. .. Vcl, n fornflrl I Ml tf'r.
fabhertptton Rate to rhc livening
I Of Kngland ret tii'- f'ofttlneol aiv.i
.Ml Countries ii tni ,i i national
I'nsti.t i ul. n.
On fear go 7'
Dm- Month .hi
tt wicl for th" Prilled HUM
en I I . h .
Vio Y r M.M
TELL MR BIU.V)
Ml lb QKCCN If
Vriittti 1 xclbiYL-y ior Ihe hV9BiBM WetM
cAR. blLLY oAY5 HE WILL
6E Down Riomt away
i nc mm
By Sarah Bernhardt
Iranslated by Nixola Grecley-bmith
HIS FATHER ft ftuTTC)NlNi
ui'. r.nv.iw L--
VOLUME 01 N'D. IT,9M.
SUGAR IN' THE GOURD.
M ...ut.i lulu i.. MsXta A ' mu lui,luliin ln i l'ha Baas ,m ulhlX.
lEDBRAL officilll nrc Mid tn hnvn jiroof thnt tho
Sugar Trust miM long afo have raised the price
of sugar iii tins country iimi it not boon fr fenr
of Imports from Germany. At w meeting f the
Anti-Imperial Lriijrnp In Boston the secretary to-
ported thiit, while renter of smiiM tract of soijrnr
lundi in the Philippine! hare to pay 11.80 jretr rental, n impo tract
of uricli lunds nn' told to tin Raretneyer syndicate f'.r thirty-two cent
Tho two items present an instructive enntrn-t. The Republican
Arlruiiiistrntinn lire srM outright to tho Sugar Trusl big tracts ol Phil
ipiirrr Isrirl at lo. than one-fonrth llio annual ronlnl nliH', awl n"tli-
i nff Yut (vht of foreign competition hat prevented tho trust from im
iioirij upon tho domot tic market the exact iom of monopoly.
An olil Bon then long saMi "When the sugar's In i gourd it
i harti to pet out.' The refrain Ml' "The way to get It out
in to, roll the gourd about." The Sugar Truil needi rolling; perelatonta
aonaMuonf, lerere, rough, bard tireless, impatient, resolute rolling;
THE DIVA AND THE CHIEF.
BECAUSE tlm Chicago police forbade second por-
) i formance of "Salome in that city, and because th
S l1 . 1 If 1 I - 1 111
i niei mo .mis .nnrv traruon i nance was uu a
cut wallowing in a rntnip patch," the gifted Diva
retorts: "This police person i unintelligent, lie
trie., to clean opera. Why doesn't lie clean lii
go fur as the Chief of Police in concerned, tlie retort is imperti
nent and irrelevant. It is not bin duty to clean street. Hut if the
spplieation of the question he made to the whole Chicago community,
and to all other such communities, it in not lacking in pertinence any
more than in pertn -s.
Why should not city authorities clean the streets and attend to
other plain duties before Undertaking to exercise censorship over the
higher achievements of art and of music?
To keep a city decent, well ordered, clean anil safe; to see that
its newers are flushed, its streets swept, its slums supprifsed and I
its homes secured that would he better than stopping "Salome."
Chicago should trv it.
THT. PROBLEM OF PRESSURE.
IXGRESSMAN BULZEH told the Postal Progress
League that if it "could bring enough pressure to
bear mi the Postal Committee to report the Parcels
Pool bill" he would promise that the bill would be
enacted before the end of the coming session of
Jt has the appearance of a safe promise, Hut how much pressure
will it take to be "enough''"
Tins is not an Infant issue, It was a healthy baby, alive and
kicking, away bad. m the days when John Wanamaker was Postmaster-
General. It is growing a big boy now. It could have been pushed
through to the goal at any time under Cleveland or McKinley or
Roosevelt, if there had been pie-sure enough.
Pressure meiins something more than a number of nu n talking
about a thing. It means strength and energy combined and applied
with such vim and igor, such unity and such concentration, that it
make a force too resistless to be baffled. We wi-b tho Postal Progress
League well. More .-t ri'iit li to it !
MR BELMONT'S DIGNITY.
CGUST BELMONT said to the Legislative com
tn.ttee that was asking him some questions about a
suspected race track corruption fund
O, HP IS TlO OlOrJ
OReiSlNQ ' HAVE
CICAk - Ht RE
A TAPER I
J Thank You,
MR 6ILLY AYS loW.O
NOT To BF INPATIENT,
BuT OME oFTHE Hnivrt.
HROIfE AND FATHER 15
HE LL 8F DOWN N A MINUTE,
THE DFAR BOY. HOW GWEET
OF You To lAK-E HlcA OUT-
3RINQHIM HOMF EARLY
3 1 Yes )
HERJ? I AM. i HOPE
I DION T rCECP YonV
INMYTimp i I IT WAb WOKTH IT
ITWATHE olR.1 (IbN'T HE DEAUTIrUL
IHMT HADE THE I 1
GiannettO A Study in Cruelty
Mr. and Mrs. Jarr Abroad
Tiev ch'leet With a Delightful Descendant of cAn an las.
ITu,' "K ' rl.l. 1
LJy Roy L. McCaruell.
Tin-: juri-s, in eompany of s Isdy
ami BSUtlMisa Iroin New Torki
v. , -. I,., hi i; liana ri.ini Oork u
nisrnty Cs si is
it..' tin' ill .vrr
a isasiiii Mi
c 1 a I in of tie
wren In in Klaa
r fio Birds.
" 'Twsi srtsf tin
(TMl bStttM t
tWtM I'D' blrtls
Hi'. I I'd- btMtSi III
I In' nkl t I in
wan ii v ii r tit it
th birds dteldrd
in hold a mrstlns
I In' U..IK." Kit ,! tllll
ImpudoiMM it.e wrsaa havs nwrsaSjoutA
fur rb) think thoy are all iltK-liiilliits
of tho royul fumlly."
"liiil you Mi a Ii?" jiskecl Mr. Wlilte,
tlin oilior mnli' New Worker.
"NOi llr, 1 MM not,'' roptltd Ihe
iinvir, "inn my Krem arandteUira
B 161 (randtothar did, it ; in his
tlmti baton tin' forttfleatloM around
lll.tiniy fasti.' wis turn down by onlr
.r Km William."
'Hava you any rslstlvas in Kllkvr nay
by tii nun.c of MlnuehanT' aakad Mr.
Tin' Ralaya is ralatad to tba Minns
liana of K riy. Yrs, sir. lint why do you tho 'Rood Cloas' rhr thy d:in o
you nsk?" rapltad the driver. j at iitit. And you ran lea il.o Kia''
"Oh, 1 thouabl 1 noted a family re- rlnjjs that mark tha plaoaa In t
SSmManes In the tules you tU" said i morning. And thara Is a rjik I au
Mr. Jarr. Hiow you rallsd tha 'Wltotl'i Had'
"I'm sure It was all very Interest-, where St. Pat lick turnad a witch to
Ingi ami I know It STSS all true," said atone, and theie Is t,i hole In the rock
Mrs. Jarr, I lo bar eav by tlie Urouk of lllarney,
"Ho do I." satd Mrs. White to the and here we are!"
driver, "ami I tnank you very much."; And the Jaunllng car drew up In
"Not at all. ludles," replied the front of the lllarney Inn.
driver, tOUOhlnS his hat. " 'Tls a pleas- "you cross the little railroad traeks
ure to tell you tha things that hap- and pay a sixpence at the gata, und
panad haraabouta. And the place la
full of fairies, tOO. And I can nhmv
I am called
here to tattlfv about Bomethinn that it oiiL'ht to be i
preanmed I would know nothing about ; nor j a baek a ttls." b sddad, "you
'may ii"l have heur-l t!..i: It is hi'.'au,.
of the same batllaa batwaat the lilr.ls
hat only il
Love Songs of '
exp i. ed tba
the ladies to
there .s casiie Blarney
driver as lie asalStad
Ami there, high on a verdant hill,
too,! the great Iquar tower that
holds thai talisman of per:' uasivu elo
quen.e. "the lllarney Sion. l"
ii i , :. 1 1. In l.n ........1 1
,. aar. ouiniuiu is ii.iu. n uugui i" uv ptBiiuiDu nun i nuusi i ,nj ,,,,, i.,K.H t ,t ini
Tioihing about thati Dor about any other corruption fund. And the Is alfht,
0 ,, j.A . .. ... ... "Vim ".'. It lias I !- wav: Wh.-n the
nunc presumption run- to the credit of every other man. All citizens ; k,. Hh M r,..nMni! ,.,.,,,,
shoirid be presumed to be innocent, and all legislators and other poli-) for t . birds, cam aftar tha bat m
,. .m, . . , Join the RyltUJ forei s, tin, hat olatmad
iicvwt presumed to be honest. h, WM a , ,,, DtctUM ,, ,,,
But, alus! sad experience has taught in cities and States, and in the I and tha ks of a mousa, md ha
eonj&jtls of 'he iiatiiiii itself, that presumptions of absolute innocence
me us vain as assumptions of total depravity. Who would ever have
pnflQped the things that have been proved of men above suspicion
iii Uiis city and in Alhanj F
Mr. Belmont should excuse the commit lee ; it was appointed neith
er to presume nor t" assume, but to investigate.
ILettrs From the People
The hlii BBd l"' Hoi'
T" til SJSIsM sf r . Bttalaa W rkt
In'rejily to "Tt. II ," artlO asks whut
ara tile "main ropaa" of a rull.ricgad
atUpTi iiesire to ctato that thara Is
iK.tlUj, In the regulations trovarntOa
tnSatatfSl aarvtoa concarnJni his q n a
tions. Aa lo the tenn "main rapaa"
the-e in no auotl tiling on any j, In.l of
a fuJl-rKs.'l shlf . "Halyanls" of Hie
Slfrm4it yaula are) Usually "I'-pe.-'
ll'mlsSl Ihey lire also btrmad "rtlnln
rbjgfl x " "taoka" and "ahaata." "the:
runnliiK rUgtng eoi lats ef amall linked . ring" iw "stops
nhaiiui, running Uirough s "shava" or
"piilUiy" li. tha Ml of the yaid to
sir. tha "elawa" of tie sails In
"sIismOiik hma." Ills query may be a
variation 'if un rlo cstehworil of tha
naval 'How many l opes dues
a MH-rlaarad lp naadT" None if ai'a
"VVUrRIOORU" inotl.lng inlsNlngi. ,,.( n,
alucit yea; as aie tein.eU "ivpos" ura aa Iheea.
irouldn'l ei : Willi the blrda. Then,
When the beasts sent the badfjar uftar
the iiat for him t" report for military
duty, l'i" I'll sail, ''to nlong wld yon!
I'm 1 bird 1 IsttOk SI me v Inirs and nee
me fOOStlna l1 tba trees"
Ho, after the battlss both birds and
tiei-ta hasite.l tie hit fur heing a da
aerter. and so It Is 1 . an only g
ahrm.1 ifter night, when both beaut
ami blrdl are asleep.
"iiui It's auous how ths vren baesma
King of the lllr,!. I am ftO t It )n'i.
They ail mat, and II was Sac Mad aftar
a gieut trail mant among them ttuit
the hlr.l that How hUlll'St slluulil be
tha Ring Bs laf thai ail ti'', mi'e
and mllSI Up, and the i Ifta going I'.e
blahsM e moat into tin ivm, tin h- i
spirit tli the st:nln of II mid ihe tbln
ni r anS can ci no blafhar Tlier- m.
(usually te.rm.d "baarj Una"), an.i roi-o jttIItM wran, ' ' 'M barn hiding
in tin aagla'a bav-k all lha ttmoi and
By Helen Rowland
i Good Stories
Mi; j, ii .,f Li Baffa Is Uitle kn wn In America.
rat i: contain! .me of the moat stTsouvi maacullna roles in assjani
I hayo upjieareJ that of Olannetto. The time Is that of the early
Ranalaaanca, when the family of fctsdlcl, merchant pilnees of Kloreme,
rulrd over that suppose-! irpulillc with a despjtism Which surpassed
even that alii ii a iii iltl-mllllonslre may exercise In a
modSri demo. racrj-.
.liii BOVStop under dmpotism thr qunlitic Of
cAiMfSH or perhopt I HSd binr 10$ ret'rrl
to them. One of the unnemnl qualities of tftiM
hood is rrurlti.
And In rioranoa at the time .f "Lg Beffa." when
Lorenso the Megnlflrant was doing tlie thinking (or tlio
entire .Ity, mtB were SVi Irres ponsililc and cruel. When
they eotlld conii .ne gaye y snil hnitallty they were perhaps
most hapoy. And fir t.,at reason a form of practical Joke
known as "Ls Ilcffa" mis extremely pop. liar with tha
youth of Klorenee.
Olannetto Is a vlrtlm of I.a IletTa. He has been seised
nt t:,e eommand of two brother". Rati and Oabrlel ''hlarauMiilesl, tied In a mrV,
Immeraad thraa timtl In tha Arno and struck several times with a dagger.
; wb,. Here sc. in .1-
! m ites of QtannattOi
h ive lersecuted hl:n
I slnee childhood. Nerl
I bis taker, from him
; oinavra, a onan
I of light bs racier,
Whom bo loved.
I COWardieS delays
i I'll mm ttu s revenge.
He lei "1 dare not"
wait upon "I would"
through years of 111
LraaUnant. But when
he Is asked how the
litest oulrage "I.a
Baffa" has affected
him, he laughs
"1 hava chosen
for my own a beau
tiful er.ch a nt r a s s
who muat be wooc I
with laughtsr, I
have dadloatad my
self to Vengeance!"
Clla n n e t t o en
deavors to make
frlendi nii Nerl at
a banquet where
Gabriel and hi
brother and Qinsvrs
are wrsent. Glan-
I net'.o reveals to Nerl
that Gabriel also
loves Gir.evra. The
I a 'knowledges b l a
lOVS and kiis Into
exile lo forgot it.
Willi Gabriel out
of the way, he In
duce Nerl to be-
ooms Intoxicated and then psrsnadoa him on a waser to praaant himself armed
from lie.nl to fOOl and with drawn sword In a gathering of the Medlcls, who are
"Make room for the Ughtning, the volcano, the httrrlognol Make room for
Nerl' lo t pass Death!" cries out the drunken Nerl. who Ls overpowered by tho
Madid, pla.ed In a duneon and pronoun el mad.
Olannetto takes Norl's place with the faille Glnevra, but his vengemc 1
not contdleto, He tortures the Infuriated Nerl, whom every one believe to
be mad, with cruel gibes and taunts.
IteantllM Gabriel, the other brother, returns t.i Florence and lo Glnevra'a
si.le. At last Nerl Is released rind tushes tu Glnevra's borne to revenue himself;
to kill Olannetto and Glnevra ui Saob other arms.
Ho Dndl Glnevra alone and ordori her to set the l imp in Its accustomed place
us a signal to Olannetto und to retire to her own room.
A serenade commences. Nerl waits, dugiter In hand, till he sees a man
Wrapped In OlannOttO'i long re.l robe steal into OHaovra'S room. Then he enters
and strike". In tho dark, ex lalrnlug:
"Bo, Glannetto, you are In your coffin at last!"
It,. eappaara on the threshold. Glannetto, cool and smiling, stands In the
moonlight across the ronm.
Nerl has killed Gabriel, his own brother'
The realisation makes him really Insane, and Olannetto's vengeance is
1 have already written In the article on "Fedorg" my opinion of the eon
terrpiiM" pis-. on of revenge Whljn makoa min lo-er thag the nnlm.ils who
know nothing of It. It Is a passion for savages the perpetual children of the
l: ir. a-- t hava aald, men were mainly ohfldren miller the Ranalgsanca. And
QlannettO tool; ihe Oatm plaaaura In torturing his enem.es that you may have
seen a Child of to-day display In pulling off a fly's wings.
The Man Who Wins
Copirigbt, iiuii. in Tiir Pram fui ii-bu u i ... ( rue Ns v.irk w.
Ihe Ba ch el ira iya
a BTEASirSO loMer Vewsurg, ruihtiy (one.
a tifttif af ohampagtis and rkou, Steed Ont,
Braid's ic. flirting in n picturt hat
Were anything more perfect 'Meats, las lunt
ropa, rllge r"i", grub
, bell rope, ball rotie.
e (hi ipgntterti man rope (at
and gangway, bucket rope
yar-is. The volt of thren gng fOUf
Htrauded nsjie. wbl.-b an- t wed away
In tin holils of tl.e slil'c, lose the deelg,
nation of "r"p" urban "rove off" for
"ri'ri'ilug" or "r le i. -ling rigging."
"tn.-kle" nr "l.iiullii'g Ilia's." ur when
"unl'ild" fur "rope yuros." or .-at uii Iir
"fox, h," ' slaitign." "lash ... "ear-
It WLKY V. Ill IS.S.
IgMaeterHtt-Arma, 8 ,-- H- '
SVaala lo Oo la i lak,
To in SVtltM ..I faa Rrmlsg Work
Oan any travelled rgSdSTg tell nie of
the climate utnl ge'.eral etiuililiona In
WoStora Ulailf ' am contemplating a
trip out thara tag, woubi like in kuiw
io mash lag or bha ooadfttaao, Alas p'wase
WbM kind of ranch Aourkfh
m, l. u.
.1 plots of hut ipaghetti, lonii and thin,
a botlls red iciaSi a vtoHtt,
a temperamental maiden talking "Art"
7o dine elieiehereok, were it nut n sinf
A dish ut tweet ekop sttey, servi i hy Lev,
A bote) ol 'i-Aii iKiii, a ;if of ten,
A unitini) Oriental ilidnig 'rnnnd
W( -feasting thus is OOOd enough for me!
Whttnef expensive, ur the simple fare,
Whither the right giti, or the urong, he there,
Kimng 'most QngUthere, in old Hew York,
ls far idise enou - -nd some to spare!
Entirely Too Fast.
111? 4 i f sn Prtn
ii.i time in m itlM Hrltli aMou Bad
r tt . )ut lt r lit Hfnt Into polities litd
UfllMll elntc'l t PllMMIH. mt dtfftlopfll ft
I nf ul huiDnr tn eottttMt with tlie traf''
ri.lf lit- ptaVM In tbi titMtftli
ilir ni'inuna he wiil intu nmnlry botfl i"
hfi mia ninl Hair hia order fur hrvnivfast t j
wAltrtM who -fiii.i-i ut t t-t i v lodgfftn nt as to
whether he g(t f I r BtTt1 l sltr.kt ts. hht)
kf t htm waiting 1 iigf UMi tad hm nu-
pttltD KIM Baalfl he ha.l tn lint Will.
t tlii&l Wsti'ii--, wlto .savwiJ Uy tit Ublt
VHtMl l"" hvp roa I'''" heroV
"WIig, m.'" iht k'l rwftl. "I'v Ml
htre threo wrokv"
Tlien." Mhl Kalm. "on'rf not tht Mi tin.:
tnok my ortttf. That out- left tMftfft J-'U laiue,"
Traits That Make for Success,
And the Way to Acquire Them.
Bv IZmorv J. Haynes.
IsflV, Ui in i'UbiiaU.Ugt Uf VM aVMl U
The Cruel Man.
i ii l t ' e cruel man.
Not the limit cruel deeds are attacks on animals. We all remember
tho wretch who, in our boyhood days, took pleasure In robbing birds'
ne-ts to bear the distressful cry of the mother bird. There Is a man
abroad Who I levere With his horse, who doea not take the trouble i
kill the game he bag Winged, b it leaves the poor creatures to die slowly of their
eoundS, Ti e allocking Indifference to animal pain la so offensive that the per
petrator Is p untitled by universal execration.
Hat cruelty to el lldren, to boys, to the human being within hla reach or
under his super 'vision 14 very common. Have as little to do with such a man aa
possible. II-' Il bad nt heart: ho ls dSOSyod at tho very core. He can view tho
broken body of ins follow whom his carelessness, haste or linlifference caused lo
suffer with a stony st ire. He Is nften unmistakably umuicJ, or at least hla cold
curiosity i entertalnedi si sight of dlatreaa,
these hundred yardg higher u:'. about
lug, 'I'm the blithest. I'm Isle "
"Hnoa whloh 'He. slihotigh ths mher
bird' aas it n i fraud and won't adi t
hltn, be gltg In I thorn and wag . Is
tall as tli :'fli it were a kltitt'a a i l e
1111,1 clalma to bs king of all thai
"Irl t tliat all O0CUI In Ireland"" asked
"Indeed it 'ii ' l'i" ri itied ihe driver,
"II all t""l plgra i In tin m' parte,
ton. Took pISCS over tliere by the
meadows of ahournagb. Thai
Where tbe Kittle i.f the bird fin. I boni'i
took place. A for t'.e lllght to se j
who was to be KIM tnat look place i
from tl.e top of tba BoggTS Mountains
bey sait. You'll ere no reus with tha
n imu rememher that "break UOM made
In tailing the otkl t dag!
tin um, 1 1 uu iii tier the thing yuu sai'l
In that horribly fooliih way 9
iio gou rent tnter that "posm" pon ivrefi
In that dead ami forgotten tpringt
lad shudder, uhenever you hear thlM quote
The silly and Sdcckorias thiugt
Iio you rememher the pill you thought
Voi. loped i ipgea the days wtrt iweetf
An-t do you fiuifc late that you uere not caught,
Whi never you easaes to meett
in you n member your ueddtng day,
And ercr, prthnpa, regret Iff
)o you remember oh, STrtP, toy.
And let a chap fOROET IT!
Well I rotccled.
Tiif alagagai al lbs agidam blala t.iri
hi. me bsi eaosed tbi local iraassawn t.i
aaopl ptatautlaaa f laeli peneaal
ii, ami ikli fast im resulted la asaM
SnidaMi arrUssal "irr ihr uteldaat abioh
....i mhiii .1 ihs sssidsaes "I I're.i ilsal Isaac
Mini " iisieti-ni eiii'gi', s me rams Then there I the mercueai oueinaaa man wno miner enjoy i putting tna
Ui Iphla Ttmfs. aaeewa on otbari Whom he .an .rimesh. The bankruptcy of a neighbor delight
tl en rich nre an etuls.te pleasure. He reclt.'
A i T 1 1 f " I ' I l I'lr ' ' 1 l 1 ' ' '. " lM'asaaisw. -
.............. . .... h.i i i..iw i i.ir ...rkiuea 1 him: and I le au -tl mi of the
it.. ..me phuabtai la tlii harplea issae in tn human waaaneaaaa or lauiu oi a prjeirse n.ai sua auiv, aim nie oiorai-
t'ie ilMt'l 11" I .'. en 'iiiiMieriiis , , . ,...,,( lha grave.
TtXsllalH TUX Ti. ClOSai his friend the more enjoyable Is the contemplation of his financial
i 1P,',,i,d. At Uu Seal ih v.t -t ii i.K battle. ; ruin, an. I this bad m:n I dweIN f..r tiour the desperate scene where he refused
In sue thai frleinl. Hi' .le'i'ivc utilise. in i o ninaing IOBI II is seii-ciingraiuia-M01,
upon hU own narrow tscapo, but It Is, In fact, the unmixed Plutonic exulta
tion of a cruel heart.
There N a savagery of sudden p-isslnn. of natural ye. uncontrolled appetite.
There la a hardhaartod strlfs for onu'a own praaervatloa, All this is a common
Weak laaSi which tlie decent man later regrets, and often with pitying tears. Wo
cm '..rgrve s : lapse. Hat we can only Men from the degenerate who calmly
calculate' tn hurl others for the pleasure he finds In their misery.
Thara are business men who want no morn money, but want the excitement
of downing OthgrOi They IhOW real gl"e In the fight. There are professional men,
secure In their place, who stab for ihe .toy they And In unmixed cri'lty. The
tiilud of a cruel unman Is a mystery. We contrast her with our gentle ulOtOSf
and aie amSSOd at thu monstrosity.
in the siKces-ful conduct of lire psrhsps nothing t more important thnn tho
bai many. The custoniers that enter your store have some among their number,
ii u a v.i.1,1 M-i-it-1.1 anil titer ate more good ueoole than bad.
"You keff, rem' I ' 'I" Ih: plUatbBHjl'1 ''
Vml. "Yt." "WVU. 1 vsnl t.. :ii "ii I-r
yeur 'safety .bs. 'i tis'i battel i. aaiafal, a.
Hie floors ban beca bssah i oliahsd mi l sou may
aaffer sWlaag Injun liy s .i mi-e fall."
"AU, hut lisii' n-i f,.' fe. in. . u. .1 Ism," n
plied tbe workmso. "1 aiu quitv aal.. 1 hava
. ...... In uiy aboes,"
BIX. Hill," aall Tawacn, i li mot
ay nn tha "did rag
a iroo.1 liie.tiiiii ii.. la Maim-r"
Flua " aal.l H'.ll-'.vai.
It illit Uial iiw rt.if tVUbtai ou
Wri!.,iia ' il JloliowaT "Fait la If it i Instinct that warn us to avoid the soul that enjoys the sight of pain.
hMiii't iu tor bioi oaaiita'i bai bS aiiy j
liuorbig St all. lis rsn away St tlia first alio!,
sod wa atisot tour oaja looainfl for i.i...
Uul of the bad tha woret la tha oruel mau.