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ROY IfAltSIf never has to spend
nny money having a good time
b UM UM only thing he enjoys
1.4 tulltlnif about himself.
I'avUi fi-sum's Idea of fsme Is to
shako hands with somebody who
amounts to something.
Minnie Ford made Henry plank apol
cglzr for proposing to her In public and
then she hurried up and acceptod him
hlle the witnesses were still present.
(ieorg IHile he likes to get his
wire out 111 public ao he can talk back
Hev. Frost says 'that every one knows
the difference between rlyht and wrong,
except the man who Is making a profit
out of the. wrong.
"Married life is made tip of mutual concessions."
"ltd bo a lot worse if it had to be made up of mutual confessions."
"I hear the Treasury hat a plan
"Yet-? Well, I rati find quicker
tendina it to the Treasury."
DrrtlMi tho progress of tho morning outn or
a few-montha-old Infant a MM nclgh'Mir
girl camo lmo tlie ro,in carrylru; a doll
which she hod received for a nhrtstmaa present,
and stood watching the operation for some tlnie.
Tlie flttlo girl's doll was niuith tho worse for
rd usage, being in. una an arm and a leg.
lly aho Mid to the mother of the .-hlld:
How long have you had your ba.b .
Tthe child was mfi rmed, and looking
doll to the hahy she said:
"My, you li.ue kept It nice." National
"Why did you nun nil himt"
"Every one said he uas o joke, and
voman could take a joke.''
0 you sometimes get Impatient
when the letter carrier Is late?
Then what would you have
donu If you hid
sometimes toog a
'terjj for a latter to go from New York
BoatOII, an i avan when ho was older
look an Indefinite lime for a letter to
go from Chicago to California. Mall
went much of Hint dislancc by pony ex
press, and tho postage on letters waa
ffi per half ounce. I'ntll 1W0 there were
no such things as envelopes. Letters
were sealed with wux and the addraaa
" is iiritten on the back or tho last
heat, It was a very frequent OOOUf"
unco for on" Of them to get lost or to
pe delayed for weeks in transmission,
s . be. put atth the. postman. He's
a good fellow and your grandfather
ivould have thought him a miracle
The Day's Good Stories
In the Pie Belt.
Pr.T Wad f,r tareakf ast fX"d liat,- .m.'
tlw ilnireo'lt laouipjo 'wna
t Mini Hie lau. "In ai " BSfsM
uun wriUi 1'" "ue SSUafca.
, an n. i Hilar ..no. sin w
itl, oil a rierrj tins H.N-.
rfga friitl irj. bcoos trum, iWMnflisutt ass pis,
y-ts' ea ban I u Us. eB
roffte sa' gnlcllr itt - W( a: Mlle W rl IrM
.uougti to foiKs raa hi all lass awl " otb'i
TOM M-SKM. It III ' eatalUat for
all n ti. . . . . " 'Wlel .nt ".it
Totera Hllei a tin I lets. H bad
llttkt bouk sltb li .. 1 J "
ustaM of tin iol( - Im iBlsrrles d nd I o.r
MlWes. ii es v. on w..t.t. J;a
Im bl.fi.:J mm bo stidealll W sit lk
tWILm Mr aae," MM Ik sdUUlt, "I
nppm that i .an teaal M real mpaarl at ids
alteUoai." .. .,
'Nsw ttii ran'i rottot os no ml ufl, "''
iam -n miter tska paoS Was t.,1 for
a ss.-t.t-s-" ., 1M , ,..n,iu..
Uig way jm v. warn
The Evening W orld Daily Magazine, Saturday. October 5. 1912
Mrs. Derks says
that her husband Is
never right about
anything until hs
changes his mind.
Ar MJ ItA .cgUarr. In irwjt ana r jnn' isweiir
vtas describing irnir of his experiences In
(tenreli of curios.
"I once entered a Wardour street shop In Ixn.
don." he said, according to the St. 1'aul Wspstch
"and the salesman pointed out to me a Jllap!
" "That there chair, sir,' he eald Impressively,
I'elonged to I.ouls Cross-eye, King of France.' i
" 'Lxiuls ("ross-eye." imU1 I. "Why, there's no
" 'Oh, yes, there Is. sir" said the salesnsan. and
he allowed me a III ket marked 'Louis XL'"
for laundering soiled currency."
ways of toakia . ntatf) ffiiti by
I wanted to prove that at least one
been your own
his early duys It
at he iusvii n;t hi Itook, "I MtfpM bai 1
luj Ittlcr put juu UuVI i4 iMsWWtUt O ' lbUul.'
Kmmmi Vu IM
JIM ItsOOVal "f My' lOMCTI OMMtl mm
imIUJ hm g r. it urn- to npttrti the tint I Mow J
i-f j iuku ia hit raiMti Jtu M !
if bi g ftcqiliutid Willi Tht; tf. nutiou of ilie
IHIMM fr truth mid rtfAltt JtE0 if t"1'
In' gui'MsKl m: be ha UeU.
"In H gixxl i r bMl"
' Wfll." bulJ Jim. " j.m'i mm to do tli
mg'i no iiiwur. MM 1 "ill g.i thmt If ait
i L 1 n ffi la Mf 1'iui looklBf if bo u
(ifg'l tltt. 'ulJ gr AO I gorno i "rm'ior4tlra tfj
ifCaaM bMorg wj i -.'I tw wntUl lo txttl him."
KtMati it IompmI.
S'iMi: raal ntUtr Ipaltra In Britiah Clum rig
ere a- "um.1 of Imnng virttmlwi Kngluh
ud S otch tettlrri by naUing to thvni gt
i range i frutt rgBOrlM "litrli tn tri tutted
un ti in of wountguia. It U ild tual tn
egptafil of i, itgmboat ou Koottnty I rr o i
hagrd grtftf tiiluh la th watar. Luoilng ottr
tli rail h s.M. i thg head of a mm who vtgg
tiUttuuitag tuwai4 h bvat. Uc tMilt4 UM.
tSSk G-O-O-d N-i-g-h-tl g OsSar) g By Fcrd G. LongJ
" H m 8$ (-- - ) 1ft P By C. M. Payne M J
I eTa - .jjjai.f-Lrj -u-unr-ri j-lTltu-i rii-rri aa riJ-iJ" - - .,- - n- r ifT.-
Our Baby" H
-rLnj-tnj-Lrunjjnj-u-u-u-. r--vvrwrijTjjnjanLrirLr i
While- i'opo U at the office proudly displaying a photo and tayimj
"THAT'S OUR BABY!" Mamma U at
basket, saying equally proudly "HERE
"Do luit know," laid the awlmiaer. "tLla li
tba third tinia iv-Uj tul 1'' fallao off that
UgJly olj ranch of mint V Eiafybodj't Maga
MMi Elizabeth Know.
UNOLS IM'K, w! o 4 -iititiii thrn Hi
lb 1 '.-u'.ri-i IsOlMtjrg f-'i.: tha
a, T!i Phriiiun World. wiahti tn ttt.
to KiiguU"a tailKt at bit osfti. Hi M
HDi Ui tilfpbona (liaclori and thug gpocalt'I to
three year -obi ClUgrMth (W tcforotftion
tba Ulecihone number ;
"UlMbtii, what tf mother ask for when
be tatika to ddd at lug MMtl Uiwu.
V"" I J" "v""- "r Kf EP HIM UP LATE VT WIQHT- LOSE V too a K. , Tti w )
3'cWnlisTS) SLEEP-HIS HEAl-T71--- K A MONTH- J
fPs Ar) G00D Nl !
Hti HRiT "aT
XL 1 S5SK 111. TS e
) WW tw Tart
r " i
home standing nest to a fancy wicker
IN OUR BABY" to a bevy of en
I.. M -'i wu wiae fM l'f dgya.
' Montr, ' atw lsavu).
His First Suit.
TOM ROTKIV. bMllil't Sf retary of Jtta'.
uaKfn trmiurt t ' ' A.kanaM and alwavi
haa a 1 t gtf f n i Ho H ( 'het fntintry, ThJ
ntblf rlt I ' uMMf of tH Dg ertt talking r-f e
f.ne fbU v stf ' In Kar.ta "U w gret," ga t
; it ... AlgsftMMI Ust I' ' "al wet'.lir.
Vtni rr.aur tV .W down Ihtfl don't vrar gr.
tLins but IUm until tbey i gruD."
Ha related tbgt he etannped at a ocrtaln town
4o4 weaksXig out on tito gugajt auUnil a t"tu-
hOMfi DAY ' '
r caaS i S I alt
sat ' B
nnrrrr" ' sashes, saea 000000fmnmM&0n0n0Bnmf00A
thusiasttc girl friends. And they almost all dream dreams of wh-n they
too shall be lust as proud and happy.
1 dnija eomm"tl"ri f'eotr wt nmr mg till gu1
that way god were very sutiil, aicitr-t fn .. t-i-y
all befau t" nukB u tlie river, an l a.n t
longj until in'it of bj tuwu wu out au I hurryiof
in that direction.
Botktn at" I on of trie ciuaena end awl
" Hira;.gfr. tn-re Mue be eometbing guinf u
1 u tber wra trtil!a o gntne kti.J. perVftej.
ebjtf 4 Iro El ng a o'lorwi nun or a r.o e
tf fleet1 '
"St" Ilgaj .ha uative. eJus-. "Navr. !
teu tUgea . u t t.o&e. O'd ah Jorg' fn,
BeBdigo. ligj juM tisgutd all ara and they m
tirlri' iii pjt o-e tlofbaw wu hj." - Kaoaaa Clt
- 11 r . . 4 . a . . . -----. " r.asaasBdaBa)
Need of Haste
WHIM the tillage UnI1M that Id af
ford tn .... U atftwte iprink.ed. old
rrtta Tfauk i heu a pOt U ClwVt uf
the ng li
(rna dar win e Ml hie r undt. h itoptet to
falp wiih a ; I,- And auwaVbly be loofM p
at I ig eky.
Ut i Ism?- 1 a. ai LbMbUOw, he a'arted
big i. raea, " I tat OiS lJ :ain'"
We turned In fair .well au-1 dstured an gmaiel
c 1 1 rgMtMl upon bla frltnd'a faee.
"1 rutaet burry U'." he wUad baca. "aa-i tater
444 Ju. vjejMMM) ea) in -tJaptra.
M Shenandoah M
A Civil Wsr omsnc of bhcriaMn'
By Henry Tyrrell
(Founded on Branson Bocr4 $ Qrmt Play.)
1 " nfbt. HM -V hr 0, P. IVaim'i on.
SYNOPMa OV I'lttCi KDINU CMUTKM
A '.it M..ti. in A. rll. grvu;i nf o4
rrpialhtatKM fp) fkriW i rt nf th iti'f
"1 at iiakll ftt (." MKriitwan hoiuw. Among
t . m Kir-h(iftl ..i toh MlltijB
tu itn$ ItaiitantnU. W " im.- with
it . r: rtnid I Ht (lh U'Mt'S
a. Mt-i.n . Tha KlUeftiama' furwrr guar
MM, t. hr!li it a piaat at ilia Iwum wttli
111 ii wife, ttu i- ) Ur ! TlKajntuu. a man
; n hn aiara r ml ( ,g In rgrllar
11 luadf Uxtrlll "U. . ms a thlf. VVaat ani
H a-r wnrrlail .r Thnrnhm't iarka ttlrn
Ut.m i . ra Harr!t1 Wfit hillTitai ThoTnton
ti a MM .ti. I fMMMl M, rirt MMMI w nra1
on anl lha rtt war hacliia Weat iWtire taaiPig
for the frriiu $om. at lira tiareein a .krtat. to
aae brt errant ate aon. Frank, ah" an nunc -taj lie
If.- la to redeem i peat hy enliettrtf In tha
I M arm A frW m "Ha later tha flrat rrat
." t rdl war ia tniigM at Hull Kua
For a I ' lime the iaane h tn dmint.
X, JOK JOIINSON-Hie rnnk
ina Ooflfaajl rsts ufflcrr, hut
who h.t I liitruste l tlie lmme
.1: He romtnai.d In Iteaiireaard
on aceount o' Ihe tatter's fa-
rnlllarlly Willi tlie rountry was able to
k . p from Ills hea.l'in.ii i.-rs somethlnK
like a (eneral outlook over the fleM, and
rroelved lntelllenet Just ss a final at
tach a'aai preparing that "a Federal
ni-niy" lisd enmo up nd wits advan -lua
upon his rear. This should have been
the L'.ilon reserves from f entn vlll.-,
but It was not. It wss (Jeneral Klrhy
Hniliii of the Army of tlie Shenandoah
arriving with I.Tim fresh Infantry. The
whole Southern line now advanoetl 'o
tlie imrare. and tint combined attack
upon tho Federal flank and front was
leclslve enoucli lo turn the tlda- of but
tin from uncertainty to suthlrn panic.
Tha lines of blue wsvered and broke,
fell bark from the plateau, across the
Warrenton I'lkn and on toward the
Hull Kurt ford. The repulse became a
rout, the rout arrw Into an avppalllna
avalanche of defeat.
The Federal advance, on the southern
akla or Hull Hun. had seen a regiment
movinc toward them, but were told It
was a New York regiment which had
been expected for aupport, and the ar
tillerymen withheld their fire. Huddenly
then tame I fearful explosion of mus
ketry, whlcii in an instant ehanaed the
scetvo into one of hideous carnaaa.
leath-strkken men with drlpolng
wounds srara clinging to caleaons, which
frantic hor.es dragged pelUiuell through
tl infantty rnnka and oyer tlie proa
Irate bodies of rh fallen. A caisson
blew up and three homes galloped
orr with ti... burrnna wreck, dragging
u fourth horse, which waa dead.
Canuonlers lay limp across their
guns, with rata Wart and sponges and
lanyarda still In their hands. Whole bat
teries were annihilated In a moment, and
organization command was wiped out.
Those who could run, walfc. limp, or
even crawl, waited no longer, but
droppt.il everything and got awuy from
On his hin at Maniaaas, aftT the nnni
vl torlous ohsrge. (Jen. Jackson had
come nearer to the actual truth of pos
sibility than he or any other Confederate
then knew, whan ho fried out exultantly:
"tilve me ten thousand men and I will
1e la Washington to-night'"
Tlie dawn of .Monday came, but the
sun tld not shine. In the hot, sullsn.
drlstllng morning, tho defeated troops
t.nii'e.l into Washington over the lani
Horn" good rltliens but they were not
In the majority-put out stetuulng wash
battles filled with coffee or soup for the
forlorn hoys. Among thess good
aaaaaritaaa was Janny Baatrtfceri. sur-
roun leil hy a staff of -lore I servants
Hr f.iihsr. severely wounded and . ap
lurad by the enemy, had been recog
nied by hla former . uniraJe, i it n
Bel Kfirl. and at. u poraonal .'ourteay
I, til ..e,.i exchanged for a woundml Con-
ladarala aflloar and allowed to pm .
to H itshlngt'in In an ambulance, teniled
bj Col, llaverlll.
"Where Is Heartsease'.' " was the first
question Jennv aaked her fath.-r after
having ssosrtalnd that that stern
ft . in was not dead
"Don't ask me," muttered the nM
warrior. "This Is no time for picnics
ami .ld.nc.ng parties."
tins especial miserable-looking .
k 't drifted along, about noon, and stood
as If dazed at the sight nf food nd
drink snd commlaera:inu His uniform
might hava been blue, or It might have
baail gray mud and smudge were the
prevailing hues. Ills shoes were heavy
broiani tied with twine, and his naketl
gns sore ankle." showed that he waa
iin.i' socks. An old slouch hat was
pultai over his fsee, and a tobacco bag
hii'ia; from a but on of his Jacket, the
collar of whloh was turned up to the
thin, evidently lo conceal the condition
of tho Ihlrt 'Of the iaclt of one.
Tou P'or felloa-." ld Jenny. "Tell
me. r.srn you In the cavalry?"
Yes, Miss Buckthorn, la It possible
you do not reoognlxe ma? I must sp'il
oglxe fir my sppearance. but"
"Ureal heavens' la It yourself,
HaarlaaaaaT" exdalmsd ths girl, with
a little shriek. "Why, you look like a
"I'osslbly this nisy serve to ld-utify
me." and he drew from tho mysterious
tantr .ruses. stamsd ps.ke . which
proved to b a large silk hsntkerchsa(
enveloping a dainty lace one.
llei ...., received his eaptsln's 1
mission ai the dinner table that
evening. After ill. as the old ginaaal aj
ssld. he waa a regulaar, and had fouajht
before he ran. and that was a central,
to many of th pestiferous ru ly-msvie
shoulder atrapa who had betrayat oor
brave volunteers and lost ths fight tor
them, snd who were now atandkac
about unabashed, bragging la the kar
War It War.
KRflllVAI. WBtJT. shortly
after his arrival at at Uratb,
waa aeelgned tn th Arms" eat s.
flouthwrstern Missouri, wharf
In a short time he saw haird "
service In almost every line, except
that of actual nsrhtlng A large aaMI
tlou had been made to the regaltr
army, and to nil vsoaticlM In tha aew
regiments rapid promotions among tha
officers already In service had occurral.
In a few months' time West rose fTSS
secoml lleutensnt to the rank of aaW
tain of Infantry an advanosraaat
which a year before could only have)
been gained as a reward af perhaps
fifteen years of continuous servloe. .
Aa weeks and months paasad oa tt
was possible it find a certain encaar
agsment In the fact t.iat thj defeat of
McDowell s army, while not ut liases!
by tlie Confedarataj to Ita fall anlfl-. .a
Isry effect, nevertheless I'attered thSSB
Into a feeling of strength and
rlty. resulting In cmiaratlva t
llvlty In the Held for the better
of a year. At the Norm lha
produced was egactly the contrary.
While the South wss planning; tba aw-.
Sanitation of a new republla
putting up the name of dan.
gard aa a candidate for tha Praal
'lentlal auceesslon In such a way
Incur for that oflcer the cordial daa-
rust of Jsfferson Davis forever afi
wsril. the Federal Oovernment and
people of the Northern and Wee tarn
Htatea set to work with furious ggt
ergy to counteract the reverses SSaf -ferad
In the beginning. Congraaa an
thorlsed the enlistment of heJf a astl-
linn of men for three years, an lav
creaae of the taavy and stupsnsalBa
losns with which to strengthen tha
sinews of war.
I.lrut.-tjen. tfcoti. now paat savsatajML
years of ags, hung up his laurahaaT
sword and yielded the commaad at aia
Federal armies to a younger i
active officer, (Jen. Ueorgs B.
With two Federal armure ready ta
move Into Virginia that of MoClellaa
at Washington, and that undar Oa.
liatiks opposite I.cesburg to say aoth
Ing of conaldersble bodies of troops aAT
ssslng the northern counties about' the "
hsad waters of the Potomac, tha CsjsV
federate prospects tor the spring as?
lha were decidedly thr.- tuning. T
protect this portion of the Htata, aast
lo guard ths lower Hhenandnah V allay
against den. Banas. the t'onfsdarata
tiovernmeni ueiermineo to sena a revTse
tn Winchester This force, organbtM
under thr uffiiial title of the "Army af
the Munongahela," waa placed
ths command of "Stonewall" Jac
now advanced to the rank of
This was greet news to tha
hams, not only for the naive
that It seemed to them like thro
Impregnable guard around
quel and the whole valley, hat
and especially, because Of cap.
ert Klllngham's part In tha
prestige of the Stonewall
in the Valley.
IfK Valley of Virginia, mmm
prised within that sectkasl at'
bounded on the eaast by
Hlue Itldge and on tha
range of the Allearhanlee
the North Mountains, i
the headwaters of tba
near Mlaunlnn on the
tlie I'otomae on tha north, a dlstaaaaa at
. onaldei ably more than loo miles. AA aa
upper end this valley ta more ttvaataata
miles wide, while st fctra.eburg. atW
tulles south of the Potomac, tha aBh
trwne width la scarcely twenty-Aash
A broo.1 tnaeadanilsad road, tha Bhat
nious Valley like, tra.erses tha
region from north to south, with,
fi'ul ruads extending to the mo
boundaries on either aide, those
the Hlue Kldge ooniiertuig thrwugrh
rlous gsps wlttn the railroads at i
This beautiful and fertile region
for protection for Its own sake, ai
as fur that of Its patriotic populattaa I
which the 1. 1. .iii . .. v.cru a fair i
plei, Its numerous i:a k slaves,
rich siiuplles which Its lush i
lands and broad plantations ' irnlshsd.
It vvaa especially in.portant, (ran t
Southern military viewpoint, that fjaa
ahould be held Intact by a Catt-
'filer at army. o portion of tha 1
co ill lie given up without serloua i
mi nt to uperationa north of
"If this valley is loat. Vlrglaka it)
lost." waa Jackson's watchword.
euth 1 th