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DEARifeloYou J SURE!
TlNn THAT 15 pHlM Vl60Voyj ANX
SELF lYRUInNT IT
" The Daughic
of Heaven M
TBOSK storks that tr l to .-at the scenery at the Century Theatre on Satur
day afternoon could not be blemd for liking thla part of tha production of
t4 I aim iuBier or, nivn, me mucn-neraitioa unmes fHay conceavoa as
dram by Plarra Ixtl and Judith Oautlrr and raitllad aa apactacle by tha Llblar
.. .Company. Tha atorka nvlght hava ahown an aven grratcr lova of the beautiful by
. helping thamaelvea to ooatumea of auch axqulalta coloring aa to put tha atruttlng
paaoocka of the palara gardens quite In the ahale.
FVr ahaer gorgeouene there waa nothing to e4ual tha harmony of colors In
. WMM that dlacloaed tiio throne room of the palace In N'attkin. It needed only a
glance at the rostumea to ehow that ("aramba of Mtlfln waa rhe real artist of tha
. i reduction These other artists, (la teg and Morange, who painted the eoenery,
ommamir I ailtnlratlon. while the lighting of the acena outside tha pavilion of
' u iil
Norrlg Mllllnoton Son of Spring, extraordinary production Hugh Ford
. ... . . . accomplished a gigantic task, but It
Viola Align aa tha Daughter of app,,r((l t0 b. ,m0Bt wholly ft Phacsj
It was evident tliat rill attempts to create an air of Chlneae mysticism had
failed. Although tha K.mperor of the Uanohus had fallen In love with the Bm
praaa of the Mings In h's dreams, he set out to find her In what eeemsd a very
ssattter-ca'-fnot fashion. If opium had lnaplred lila dreama, hs gave no Indication I
of It The sxotlc quality of the palace gardens In Nankin to which hs found his I
wy as a pretended viceroy from the south was conveyed only by the scenery. I
The Empress and !ier maids of honor wore such whWe facee aa to suggest that!
. they wers In Uea lly fear of the yellow peril. And those surprisingly prstty J
maids would have c. n more In the picture with wigs of straight blaok hair. The!
picture Itself wag strikingly beautiful
But even this was surpassed by the
aftly-llt pavilion. With Its whlte-snd-green
simplicity. Ilcrt- the shadow of
teapsnddng tiasely should have fallen
'with greater slKnllcane than Miss
Viola Allen pave It when, as the Km
saraaa. ararned of the approach of the
Manchus, she m forced to send her
little eon away for safety. In hec robes
Miss Allen attained a certain old praoe.
If mot majesty, but In her trappings of
' war at the battlements ahe could
scarcely be considered a commanding
figure. However, thai scene, with can
non booming and binih.a bursting, was
not without Its melodramatic thrill and
dramatic suspense. There was some
thing Oner Id the devotion of the Chi
nese soldiers and their characterlatlc
etjbrn of death when the unknown ruler
of the Manchus came to save their Urea
and make a lent appeal to the Bmpress.
And ad we saw them leaping willingly
Into funeral pyres that tourned reallstl
oagay. tess realistic was the man of
straw or rags that came tumti'lng over
tha battlements when one of the bombs
.nMi Thl incident was made un
necessarily ridiculous by the very evident fact that the dummy" hsd been
staffed al-moat to bursting.
Those who stayed till the hitter end were rewarded by aeelng Mlaa Allen In
her one really appealing moment. She played the scene after the Em pre a takes
poison with mors fei-llng than ehe had shown as any other time. Otherwlae her
acting aeme,d largely a matter of routlne-a display of thoee qualhles acquired
la her long experience aa an actress. She whs competent, buf lacking In the
finer shades of ten lerness and Imagination.
Basil Olll was neither (rlenta-nor romantic as tho Buvperor of the Manchus.
Why he should have been brounht from England to give the hero IKtln more
than an English aooanl remained a mystery. His happiest and most human effect
was gamed In the chat with the little Emperor in the garden. Master Norrls was
delightfully natural her.', but the little chap'a vulcs got the better of the Hon of
Spring" in the end. As the Prime Minister of the ICmpress Les Baker made evsry
speech sn oration, while Henry Bergman, as the Emperor's Councillor, was
"The nnutfh'cr of Heavep" Is a magnificent epecteole. but It needs the breath
uf poetry and fervor to give It da'ama.tlc life.
Advice to Lovers
A Broken Engagement.
1 ej." writes: "If an engagement Is
broken just before the date of the mar
riage, ahould the pleasure of the givers
be asked concerning the return of hs
nressnts. or sliiiuld they stmply b re
.tWTaaflr TAsy should be returned, always.
a. R." writes: "A certain young man
speaks very highly of me to other people
f S year naaassnt areata axe jnaeL sail
The Even i
the Kmprasa gave thetr work an added
riiarm. The grim picture of the battle
ments was also efTcctlve. Dtit If one of
those bombs from tha beeleging Man
chiis had been hur(p Into tha Infernal
machine that ground out ObJneae mualo
with naercllraa pereiatenoe we might
have been better able to realise the
horrors of war. Thla deadly device waa
enough In Itae'f to kill the performance.
It etfurk an lnsrtlatlc note that became
nothing leaa than torture during the
long waits between scenes.
Almost equally mechanical was George
Egerton'a translation of the play. It
let "The Daughter of Heaven" down te
earth In heavy and unpoettc English.
The touch needed to turn pageantry
Into drama was missing, with the re
sult that "The Daughter of Heaven"
seemed more like a ceremonial than a
play. For one thing. It was Impossible
for the actors to suggest the Oriental
spirit. That elualve quality known as
ntmosphers seemed to have escsped
throjKh the backdoor It certainly nevi r
came over tha footlights. In staging the
Basil QUI as tha Emperor of China.
jmi jwww wovo-irt vrrd- st S SsajastsSsXSsSsSSXSaa "'ill
lie has never asked ms out. Do you
think lie really cares for meT"
I shouldn't build many hopes on It.
"E. S." writes: "A girl who Is a friend
of my fiancee gave her name to a couple
of atraagera at a summer resort and
they sent my fiancee Impertlnenl postals.
1 told her that her friend was i ig for
giving her nam out. What eft you
think of this matter?"
I aatlrsb' agr mUa jrask
n f Wot Id Daily Magaxine, Monday, October
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How to Add Ten
Years to Your Life
By J. A. Husik. M. O.
Ooprrif.it. l(yl.. b TtW traaa l'uUuhtun Co. (Tha Hmm York World)
Do Not Neglect Cold
COLD la a popular name for a
variety of Ills that human
flesh la heir to. In medleal
literature there Is no suoh
disease desorlbed as a "cold."
Vet dvctor and layman both speak to
one snother about "a cold." The con
dition Is acknowledged aa having real
ealstenrs. And Weatnient for It Is both
prescribed and taken, usually with the
beat of results.
Any condition that usually oomes
under the head of what Is generally
oalled a "cold" Is mild In Itself and of
nttte slmlfloaaace as a rule. But when
any of these conditions Is frequently re
peated and repeatedly neglected It may
thsn lead to very serious oonaequenrea.
lot Us take the most common form,
which Is a cold In the head. In this
condition there la an inflammation of
the munoua membranes which line the
nasal chambers. This Is usually mild
and self limiting. That la. the disease
runs Its course and then recovery spon
taneously takes piece. Yet though this
condition Is very mild, It may under cer
tain circumstance result In great dam
age, and may even leaa to e iauu
Tha nasal cavttlss have direct connec
tion with the eyes, ssrs and throat
Therefore, when frequent or severe In
flammation occurs tn them and tho
germs which are alwaya at the bottom
of the mischief gain the upper hand.
Lack of Tact.
11Y did you hit Peru-f
ile Is Ucajig In tact."
Why, I thought he always said ales
"Ha on -but not slwsys taa right talaa.
Hs waa leutesting his lots ytsterdaf wlita
psaasd au old wumsa. 1 ssw nij (ua and said:
" 'Will jgu love ms when 1 set old sad loott
tike that wuman'
" 'of searst I win. darllof!' ha orled.
"8o 1 dlamlaaad lum. The idea of Ma oea
smtlmj to think that I oould e'er set to look
Uks thai horrid old thing!"
Women ara a particular. Cltietsad Pla a
Habits of the Democracy.
A m m li I. vokTb was eotoisg Ids opinion
that In the next alaotloa the Ijesaesnats
would iipaaa their saany tonnar sxiarrienc
aa aad bun tbstr smdss at the potla. H rasaladd
htm of the slparlanoa of ths middle aged woman
who weet Into a seats aad without hssUerVin,
rnede straight for the erspe oountar. The girl who
handled this funeral malarial was srtiessaty af
fable. "Ws bat a large eta of creese." she ex
plained. "1st as Show you esse saw Preaoh
goods, rer7 popular at this time for wtery kind
awk at iM
g owsuTsed to express etary Oe
U Ml WIU laS, m. tm shem
3 a ("vtg) a
the letter may gain entrance to one or
all of the organs mentioned, and the re
sult may be not only loss of str.ht or
hearing but even a loss of llfs Hself.
Anorher condition that goes under the
name of cold Is bronchitis. Whenever
one has been confined In an if venti
lated, overheated workroom or office
(especially when under or over fed or
overfatigue!) and then suddenly rushes
Into the cold air the sudden -hana fre
quently results In an Inflammation of
the delicate air passages In toe lunaTs. I
This Is a cold In ths ohest or bronchitis ;
Bepeated attacks of this dlsesse are j
dangerous, for It shows that the power
of resistance Is at low ebb. Each suc
cessive attack leaves the lungs weaker
than before, a fine soil for pneumonia
and tuberculosis, ('olds In the chest are
alwaya dangerous end must not be
MUd forme er Influensa or grip are
frequently nsglscted, as simple colds,
artp Indeed, when mild. Is a slight af
fection and readily cast off. It Is, how
ever, fraught with ao many dangerous
posstbllltlee that negJent in this condi
tion Is a crime ajranat one's health. In
flammation of the coverings of the
brain, or menlngltla and consumption
follow In the wsjts of Influenza.
To be In good health and to prolong
life do not psrmlt the mild affections
like that of "simple cold" to get the
upper hand A little intelllrent care
will avoid all possible future trouble.
eWVi sfS j ms ftse Tart WatM.)
Some Good Stories ot the Day
u ara tn roourrUiis 1 oan fix sou out tu as
eotlr the right thing."
"Husband," repliad aba customer brlefr.
CoiuniUl. u Tha 1
406 Why tf r'i- tkv bluet
407 What are the ring around
408 What ore the "primary" ccl
409 What are the "Beeondary"
410 What it the origin of the word
THBSITI questions will b wnswsrad
Wedneaday. Her er replies to
l-(What la the origin of Chess?)
It originated In lbs Orient end wss
!. sd lojjo.uj cl xarg eVi if
1-- t I I . . . BT. - . i . I 1
lac M y
Whts the Us
, . .onset. 111. t Tha Hreea
SAW wood and Say Just Enough
Keep in Practice!
W e'v e Noticed
that the Fellows
who Hit I'pon the
O e n I a 1 1 t y and
erally Clet Along I
Ones we Buoceed
our Vacuous Van
Ity Into Proper
P r I d s we're m
No Kind of Advice, Spoken or Writ
ten, can Beach the Man who Drinks
Because he la In Trouble and likewise
Because he Ian'tl
Hitch up Health and illapplneas and I
Tak a Irlv to Contentmentvllle!
Considerable Observation has Taught
us that the Artistic Temperament Is one '
of thoss Auxiliaries that ran only bs '
Toyed with Hafely, If st all. after Work
If Changing one's Mind necessarily
lmpltrd Vacillation, ws could Instance
ii Ixt of treat Men and Women whose
Encyclopaedia space would Shrink!
i - - - - - - ssaaaaanpsspaj SI n.nj - u - i.ri.n.ruuij - u
"Ia lust caa,'
aa tall you hurt
aald the en gracS'ialt, "1
Sutsrnxpted tha uliar veman
taaVaajs ra wavafC tt V-
W jM aaWV 'lea!'' I
I'uMoUui.g Os, i I'ha Nw Y'.lk Wnr.
I word "ohoss" Is derived from ths l'er-
slun title "shah," meaning "king."
ettt-(What was ons of th first as
tronomical observations madsT) An ob
servation mads on the star Venus. In
BatvyOon. 646 B. C U was written on
brick and Is prsssrved In the lirltlsh
4'JS- (What are ths usss of graphltsT)
It Is employed largely as a lubricant. Is
the chief Ingredient In stovs polish and
Is useful for crucibles.
401 (Why Is ventilation necessary in
all buildings?) Hera use a rood supply
of fresh air Is needed to replace the
air that has been deadved ot Its oxygen
406 (What la so lataterT) It Is wstor
charged with careen If avcid gas, sr
: .i i i UK- 1 i . - -n , , .-
a mm m m bd- 'a u .. at ti n in
of Being Naef
I'lihiieiuai Co. iThe Nee York Werldl
to Our Idea of the Tims when a Man
Moat Nseds his Mooring is when he's
! about Forty'
It's ell Very Nervy to Burn your
Mrldgea behind you but ths Itsal One
is the Man who Crosses ths Stream
without any llrldge!
Whenever our Argufying Friend
reaches the Point where he Telia us
10 Put flomethlng In our Pips and
Hmoke It. W'K'VK reached the Point
where we're Tlilnklng shout flomsthlug
A Oood Many of us Unquestlonsbly
Carry About a 'lood Dsal Of Exceaa
Mental Baggage but NO Man Ever Yet
was Horn with Too Mii'-h Enthuslaaiml
The Pitcher that Went Too Often to
the Well has been Mended Urn and
The Man who Is Born Self-Contained
never knows what a Berserker Fight
the Man who lKN'T Bom that way has
to Put l'p to ( jr Himself!
Many a llrave Spirit baa bssn Brought
Back to lllg Things by Befustng to
.Acknowledge to Himself that hs had
Beached the End of his Bope'
When we Imagine we've Attained a
HuftVlency of Efficiency, Slumpltla Bets
- u - u - i.i - iriririrw - ll - iric - , - . - M - , - wy - rf - w - ry saeaejat Ts
angrily ' y.-u Nf-Mu t bMl.ar yvwit Ttila tt
tfay fuurth inutiaf.1 'ff burlaal, and I know all
a'h'iH It."- ' . :r
The Infant's Miht
' alfbl ,
Wi-- Irslasr, ma1e 140 Ilka a baby,
t il ei liaul llatsags all k n.1a of tnVas."
"J.aw a make '..).. hatiy did chat, you my?
aj aia ftiiwn 1 our taalae wane ntghl and 1
will rvw ye I' SJ a rael t-auy tan put all tit
uwan'wra ' a d family uknmgh chair paaan. "
The Point of View.
M " ' di-tum of t rastala aetiass,
1 that New York sawn ate worthless, an a- itm
It's ail tn ifit point of rlew. you know. Tills
1 ijtawnlon la u.a to sale i if a Ueat-
arnw. Now, tf aha warn going ss xaarry s Smw
"Yss, It's atl In tha point ef tie A rtri
aald to a bachelor
" 'Wowtaa la 11. '"1 Iflta tele try on sender
rota. Ths moss : i'.l yea bsoosa, nhs
(I'swr woemn rjinxt to yon. '
" 'Tea,' was baiihelor aoearl. 'and tea rl'saw
She tnf to Bs ':m earn- A
mmih. Wsshlrgtoi .;,
0 By C. M.
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A CMI Wmr Vjomsnc of Shtridmn's
By Henry Tyrrell
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TSMHPl OF PRE klTNd CIHITHIH
Ket!ill WTt (ft Taxing Hnitrt.ut tu t
nii Ann dorlngt tiSgt rtt.i war) l-r. )flnnia
PjlllllIMTI. ti H9&tmtn fife 'IrflriP', tmtteW
" (Wrtft't linuiil i. fai Vim Vntiwras( Arvmy
ami la In ku win. Waat'a algtar, M.. ;n.-
Man, fill It fnrmrr g iNhnllan, ta a I'n4nft
Hw wImi fug r. , -f.c,, rmniMl yninm a tut at
tia.u- if mA wtM bm fttwnwtiad fruit, h
(ttoarHia an ny f'mT marrUfa Kmni, im
Vr si'i '1 i tMBha, Iim salrv1 rnlsftstd Waat to
.!.-. tn ItitiiH to r"m H . -efl 'la.'e a
' i. 1 (Ttih K'I-nl T's riii.ti i . , f.r aynftat
""" imii n n . war fa M lu hflgM U
nM (ralfrcMt ciilrlna aniifwl tr -J--nai.1,ii
Vallry it Ja "etMith rffort tn ril4 tha l i
gai'iM r - i nloii C. ( llMn tttiifisrwaJl Jar.
M 1na ra ..;a,i i.i'arlm at1 nsrnaaa tint .My
M Waahlnciitn. frank ila.Hii la rmrsttirr1 by
Thwni4rn arxl am fai I Vrt Irtann nrvWr tha
tiamas of IWJWa niaff fm flntia an aart
it., i: at I i ii i'tii tnnat "f wtinm ara farlv
i'ii1 'I away rhalr i-n.g tnttirtanrtmrnt hv rM
tfatnaa afwl hr ami IWtoa, W ainaiitf a Yanh
arain .if "Pltlv, atmoat a-clmutn. a riot. In
tha ml tat at tha luraooll a aniaa rtadt-r antatt
APRJCTTT, vivacious young
woman, assorted by a sinister-looking
ficer, who singled out Usui
Beddoe with a malicious
sneer and received a flashing; look of
mem soorn and defiance la return, vara
shown in by toe oommassary,
'Thla Is the Potomac room, Mlas Jla
aon. Oent lemon, a Southern lad- pays
you the honor of a visit."
Jrm i Jw rtaasjatp. while
all his comrades stood U the back
ground, "Madam, be assured ex ear gratafaa
appreciation, it Is a Ions; tana since w,
havs ssen a woman's face. We are net
exactly flaed up for oompany, cut"
"" point ns tooasa into her shining
' es, and In suddan n i si llssuilns reeoar.
Ion ex gjal msd 'Oraat h.
Msrle!-M1sa Mason- I ana not mls-
"No, Tom," she eaviwered,
"you are nt mistaken. Oh,
"Yes, you find us at a disadvantage 1
say rt, for as you see. Ralph la hsrs,
"')h, dear, raow tarrrblel You no or
foorish tsnyel And how Is II with you.
j "Thsnk you not mudh srors than
1 srhen I parte! from you st l.exmgtnn."
! "What a pair of rash, headstrong boys'
' Why did you dssert the Mouth T"
"Waan't It the mth mat did the de
aerttngT Oh, but don't let us talk poll-
' "It lust hrsaks my heart to see you
here, both of you yea, all of you," aald
the young woman, looking around sym
pathetically. Then shs took from under
bar rgoak a cigar box and a ooupl of
bottles wrapped 1n a neirapapar. and sal
then on rhe table bsslds ths sorry look -
I Ing wreck of th pumpkin pi. 'Tea
broiktlit you a few rlgars and things to
' 'heer you up. Wssn't I thoughtful?"
An Inarttculats muni or of thankful
ness went up from the whol groisp
"For my part," aald Osvpt Cog. "1
oan truly say at thla moment that I'm
glad to ba hare: otherwise I should
I have mtaeeA this ansal'a vlsft."
"Blsss your prstty face and gentle
heart, Mies." Deanon Hart said fer
vently "What a pity you'rs "eceah"'
"Wall, she seems to lean toward the
Union elde anyway," whlperd Col.
Coggawill. as Capt. O01 and ths fair
visitor ronvsrssd In low. earn! tones,
with their heads v'sry sloa together.
Th T'nlon mn had gradually
dropped behind th screen of a wood
en partition at th far end of th
room, whll rapt Warner and th
other Confederal officer stood Just
outside the door.
"Why, thev havs sll gons." said th
young woman, bluahtng slightly
"Yea. w do that when sny ons has
a visitor. Marl, w ar alon for a
Hha buried her face In hr handhsr
chlef and began to wep
"To think w should meet again Ilk
"You didn't com here lust to say
tha. Marie Ton are llrkle. but not
"It Is you erhn are nruel. when you
elk like that. (. Tom! Tou know
I lovs you."
"Do TT Howr
"I have eome here to save you."
"To sav mT"
"Tes--or tn tell you how yon can
he saved. I think. Oen Winder Is
coming." . ,
"Oen. Winder, the Prnteost-Msrehal
of Blchmond? You aav hs Is coming
here to I.lbl.y Prison'"
"Yes. right now this evening. I
coaied him to get me permission for
his little visit, first. You know he
is sn old friend of father'a and ha
wouldn't rsfuss me anything "
"Thn, ther's something sn ths
"It's sn xBhngo of prisoners. I
think. Anyway. I hrd mmi talk about
selecting six officers from your room,
hsrs Tt must hs for sxohango. Ton
shall b on of :h sl. Tom.'
"And fl ntf
"Yes. poor nalpti. too Treat's whet I
told tr Winder He shook his head
and looked very eerlous: hut I know
h won't refuse ms this, especially as
n iite. r ) dlffersnc to htm whom ho
1 1 uui i r. 3 U5.T
TftYlM TO 3
"Uoud for you. Marie! What eaa I
ssy to you. nowt"
"Hay that when ones you are free frees
this horrid prison, you will go back
Mouth that yoi wilt, fight no mar i
against our own people that yon s)tl
keen for me the life 1 an trying ta
h.-ip you to save.'
The officer paced once screes tha
room, sxfltedly, then geld:
"No, Merle. Bather than that let see
stsy where I am. My country needs
ma. Why, I should chiefly value my
liberty because I could use It to nght
for the Union."
The girl began weeping agam
"And have I no otsla on year ahe)
"Yea, dear child," he responded
an Impulse of (sndsrnssa, "a
strong claim, second to none
that of patriotism, at honor. Met
Marl. I do love you dearer than my
hear a blood Is the smile you a)aee
given me to-day. and the pressure of
that little hand. And yet, Ood heap
me! those can newtr be mine again
until this war Is oarer, and tho Union
saved, helped by every thought and
energy that fata may leave mo to
"Hush! rhey are naming," ah said,
pomtlng ta the door.
Then good -ay Mart.' Ood bless
"I'm sorry." Interrupted Oapt. War
tear, "mrt Hie time la up."
The girl smiled Jauntily through her
"Oh. dear! Creed-by. Tom. Oood-hya,
Balph. Oenflemen. good-bye, all of you.
Tat so sorry! Bui you'll try and make
the beet of M. won't you?"
"Of eaTurao Ws wall, blee your kind
irttte heart." responded Col. Coggswell.
corning forward axaln. "And let me
well yon. Mademoiselle, you've com
pleted ths Rebels' woak-4y cspturlag
"Three cheers for ihs Amerleaa 9lrl.
anyhow!" proposed Hart.
They ware given with a will; aad
Marls Mason, going out with honors,
waa rejoined by Capt Edward Thorn
ton of the Confederate Secret Morr'os.
who hsd watched the seen with a pe
culiarly oynlnal snails.
Oen. Winder. Provost Marshal af
Richmond m full uniform .and snoosn
pan led by a staff officer, entered aad
suioo ar ins bsad of ths rough
uen winder then briefly snn
the Intelligence that a Con feds
cruiser having fallen into th haaow af
ths Fsdsral authorttlea. th letter pro
posed putting th officer and ersw aa
trial for piracy, threatening them with
"Under thes osreumstsnees," coavtra
usd the Oensral. "ths Confadarat)
niai's uavernment naa felt
to give notice that w will hold an 1
numoer or union men of com
rank, ohossn from among ths
st present In our hands here In
mood, as hoetagss, to b dealt sstttl la
me aarni manner aa sir Mneosn
dsokle to dsal with thoaa of our
patriot now In hi powar."
A moment of dead allenoo
followed by excited whispering
in prisoner, for Mom Cnpt.
o ss spokesman.
"Osneral," said hs. "I think wo ap
preciate the situation and bag ta any
that ws ars at your service -
"My requisition ealls for etxt oa)-,
oat of perhaps four times that nnmher.
from thla division. Ars thsr six .
you who. knowing the grants' of
situation and I do not deceive
to its iir.port-re there alx
I say, who ars wllHng to oRer
aelvis aa hostages"
Fvery I'nlon man in ths
forwsrd, including Ralph Hunt,
arose feebly from his couch.
Ueneral Winder was visibly
at ths manifestation, but he ill s'sssgtll
to he only perplexed and annoyed.
"What all of you? But I only aaatsd
for six. I see that some definite plan, of
selection will havs to b followsd. Tfeu
shall draw lots."
Be took out hla note book, tore some
Slips of pupr from it, an I directed
Cspt Warner to pass them eround so t
hava eeidi man write his name on one.
The slips wsre then all placed 1st a hat,
from whloh Capt. Cog was unanimously
chosen to draw out six names. Ha dttl
ao, one at a time, handing eaoh slip to
Capt Wasner without looking at It.
Warner rsad the nsmea aloud, and ths
General repeated tlie-ru after him, at tha
aame time wrlrtng them down hi hla
notebook. They were s follows:
"Ma). Paul Kevere, oVuh Masaaehu
setts" "Col. Alfred Wood. lit!. New York."
Umit.-n.iht Frank 11. 1 ..... Pesn
"Col. Michael Corcoran. kh Now
"Capt Alfred Kly. S7ti Now Tor."
"Capt Ralph H int, loth Kt mucky."
Instantly upon the completion of aria
Hat, Capt. Cox pok up and said :
"Osnsral, the last name I oavedrawn.
by an unhappy fatall y. I that af rap
old friend and enmrads. Capt. Ralph
Hunt He Is a sick man. aad not In
oonditlon to go ss hostage. With yeajr
permission, "leneral. I will go ta wals
Whll Oen Winder waa llflhsisMsg
his reply, a woaaan'a eoream sag saaard
outeide she dear, ana at arte
tTa Be Contkaued .)
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