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through the hottest day
odor ot perspiration
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THE MORLEY CO., Dopt. 78 I, Pnrry Ul.l.i . Phila.
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A narling quall oul |k-?I ihe itorn .
tninating i foi : i ? n thi
? .. him m. Ih glin |i ? ?! thi lil
a nd t u I g ua r> I
ivith il ;..;:i. i| fl |? "All I. i
in th'. nan I tloi '?? i.-ir'"'
he flung ovei the whei I, n i
of the ? 11 hi own p ril.
Bul the mati h wa ? I I inp ?wder,
the rv*\ rimik hriven of dra| i hid the
ainhii ih. < ivi r the windward niil the t irid
iron I.t11.. 1 ,i rcquiem. W.-l h stm
for the inlet.
" \ ? >u have tr trii I-..-! u ' I will pay y. u,
UI had f?>rgott< n tl m r ma ter.
*"?? I the whtili after iltvk neeme I
to ri v 'i]> and mite him, lighting, i ur ing
men iM'aring him down. Brvathless and
blindi d, he wa llun^' from the whccl, h irp
? ? Welsh
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?\ ;:-.?' '1 r un 1
ist the rail,
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n the chai
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of th ?
"Sh. ' " -
pany I was ii
ivant I :.:"!?
r, ? I with
?? nl* ', . <' ?
? ? with him.
??I? round I
',.::!' ? bl in, I
i-ay. I wa irepi tin' the < Jov'
the on'y way I
run h. r down t??i nd bang her
;h the inlel and righl into the an
tlie han'some bulli.
"Struck oil .ill aroun I, d " the
revenuc man sciitl enviously. "Considering
hooner fellow i - the prize lilil
the (Itivernmenl unTeretl the hif> reward for,
there'll Ik* pii kings for vou when they *eeht?w
she cuts up. Lading's all right, anyhow."
Welsh knew that. That was why he w.i^
., k again '?? the an?lj ln>n - of Long
I land "ii exten ;ion i >f leave.
"Say, Wel hy," Captain t'xsco a>k?-.I as
the train chuggetl in, "jusl how did you
come t>> gel here alx>ard that ho4)ker?"
Little Tt?m Welsh grinned; he was hai ing
jilfiitv of pmetice in that. "I wasaorjihan,
an' I took liiin in." he said. "The black*
w'iskered pirate ihanghaietl me home."
THE NEW CAMPAIGNING
? tenl >. Two or three wtld - pirits alonc
applaudcd a thi ilhouette rose on a chair
and waved its arms. At lasl the n^ht arm
i" ., [Kiu .'I, .iii.l fell. I he introductory
|Mt'h was over, and the crowd grew quiel
t" h t. n it n . ould ii"t ee. 11 Ii tene I
pitientl) to three i|ieeches, and then yelled,
Tcddy, Teddy! When- i T?My?" There
wa .. pau .-. and al la t. in n ponic t.. the
in i tenl .all. a lifth ilhouette ro e "ii the
< hair. Thr audience wenl i razy for ten min
uti . and then in the ilence thai followed
t \.-r\ inflei tii?n ot the i andidate broughl
applau e, every piu >? fi >r hreath, . heer i.
it wa ii"t until the i ampaign wa - ovi r
that the audience knew that the ame peech
wa delivi i< .1 thai nighl twice to the ame
audience from the same platform by th.
same man; i.>r the fir I ipeaker t" whom
thej did nol Ii ten was the same a the la t
one they . heered Theoilore Roo evelt.
JiJoWADAYS, instcad of the mammoth
outdoor mas i meeting, t he crowd i ?
uted among two or three simub
tancou , meetings held under i over, the lead
C mt '?.. ? .:
ing speakers Itcing escortcd from one t<? the
other fn>m the Academy ..t" Music to the
Rink .ni'l the Wigwam inautomobiles, and
the audiences kepl in good humor during
the interval of waiting by lesser luminaries
o| lm.il i.iiii.. It may not make such im
pres t\>- reading as an aceounl of one i:t.>n
ster demonstnition for the eandidate; bul
three times as many people have heanl
something as would have Ixeen the case ha 1
the overworketl vocal eords of the speaker
!.. i n forved into t ompetition witn i ity
tr.iilu and the holiday unre t of "all oul -
Spcllhinding < 1** luxe is. <>t' < < >urse, reache 1
in tne special train tour in whieh the candi
dates themselves aml the pohtical headlin
ers are indulgetl. They musl I,.- very "big
guns" to I.. thus pul mt.. the li.-I.I. since the
ex|iense of this exdusive form ol railroad
tmnsportation, now thal the Railway Rate
Bill na ni. n il. Ij amputated all passes
and conces ions, averages alx>ul three hun?
dred dollars a day. These cars, equipped
with a t'ull complemenl >.t s|ieakers, stenog
rapher . pre 11 irresfiondents, literature dis
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ng form, l I i
tion have given wa] '
? rrv th<- - '-.
,-erage ear. All
"Youll ? ' ? >'"urf
t that \
Bul if unavoi lablv fi
- ; logi
? .-. The statei
and "WI na trust
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Mr. Bi pro| ' ?
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r than ai
t..rv has pi
BUT.cflf livef '
.?ii a question of pcrsonalit
i ? -
?",. n in h their mouths h l
till holds gi
Lil . wise with the custom
? from th.
net for an awful :
of the campaign. S i
,| sjK'Ilbinder, un
sulxluing circumstam ? ? - I
niitional reputation ha i
confincs himself to poi i
ti..'. .; but more often. wl
Ls up and the partv :- ' l?
? he exhibits hii
preaehing on the tex ll"r; ,
C.reeley, that c\
of the onositc
would say, nnd , ?
enough tosuit ". ':1 .???
With ,i few brilliani ? thafl
guns" are guns of i r 'j
ion. Thestat, i *??
forensic arts; bul '.?. 'Vs
likely to be too i rve ???*?
tive inip..rian.-.- in the pi ' ?
gee," ?nce rem;
pher whose watcl
ring were favoritc mark
rartoonist. "I'm really -" ' fhe
toors. Thej do theii i i
than some of the boys;
dirnb down and sec the
that am't according to th '.,',,
the theatrical managei i
worst professional is betl i
amateur." And the profesaona
would seem to have been dicl i
such sense of the shrewd.
I, is said that Senator Hanna ;
the ' aih gn>wth -t th.
would .hrvquin th
national coi ' n
pany, and it i intcrosting ? - nol ??
of campaign funds that leads M I
quarters. . , ,r,,,is
The marvelous feature i I
mechanism of presentdaj f>'
poinl befi re which older pra
arl stand nonplussetl. is thai in a * < -,-'!'n
thepollsareclosedallthebUlsan | ?Jj
psss the Republican headquarteis o>lup*r
with adebtofa million and a hall. appr^
mau-lv the sum hamUed by the RcpuWgJ
national committee in the IW el
which left no deficit, but a small m"?