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jB I SALT LAKE CITY,' UTAH, SUNDAY MOBNIffG, NOVEMBER 13, 1904. iP '
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BI.V AN East Sldo school, a year or two
ijfll w, there was a First Reader class
niched ovor and ruled by a femalo
Hjjwt teacher, who was, In turn, watched
VjMns ami ruled by a cabinet of thrco.
JMIKM powers behind tho throne were
'e. Jyjrii Mogllewaky, Monitor of tho Gold
JflfA Bowl; Nathan SpItTcrwitz, Monitor
jjMiJWbdow Boxes, and Patrick Brcnnan,
mLalx of tho Line. In years they wero
rTT7 joung, but In world craft they were
lii7 eld, for the green fields of their
jMpliood were the swarming streets, and
ftMf- Mo" talcs the corner gossip of tho
iiMks'j'xl Chief In their queer assortment
iK necorlea was that of a kindergarten
Wn&tr of transcendent charm, who had
Krricd and faded from their horizon,
fofcflress to broad acres could bo more
arefcllj- chaperoned by a bevy of mald
o rats than was Teachor by Morris,
hiaa and Patrick.
Morris was the ilrst to discover deflnito
:a::d' for uneasiness. lie met his cher.
i Miss Bailey talking across Ofrand
-Kt cn a rainy morning, and tho um
U nrhlcn was protecting her beloved
til was belnp held by a tall stranger
Bilonpand baggy coat After circling
wwclously about this astounding
MittL. Morris dashed off to report to
coiJtasues. He found Patrick and
fn In the midst of an exciting gamo
rcr but his pattering feet warned
a of danger, so they pockotcd their
iceiM turned to hear his news.
, he Pant. "I seen Teacher mit
Vor raid Patrick, aghast.
Ufa He!" cried Nathan; '"It's a lie!"
L v'i!t8,n? ,,e" sald Morris, with a
f ,?f rcathlessncss and half of
Eft.1.."6!1 ,J,cr iov aure- Und th0
carries umbrellas over her mit loving
en-an." drawled Patrick; "you'ro
iio'Jt" know what ou'ro t,llk-
i72rt.d0Ji.,,.cr,ed JIorr'8- "I had once
S uH tn),lnieu8'I10w ,,oor walkers
. ,?n how they makes."
T ttrr ,,!, l ilu'PK, "i bad a sister
S' h married the milkman, so I
But umbrellas doesn't mean
M'fcVncuV loolfV Morrls tnslsted.
WJHceUo makes such looks on tho sales-
H.nu fialken-und Mr
'al4i!iSi,W,,,8U8Best0d Nathnn, "I'll
to -m L? d.-, .'ou nsk hcr if aho's
?TfitfdaflHtT,Cuk, ' Let MOrrlJ ttBk
cj. Sir.-. ll?lm cforo sno'd tel1
iSSwi n P" h,m ovcr 8lnco
,5a&1,orr s- d0 "ear?
M narrica lCacllCr ,f she'3 oln
iBWc'e. CiM?rr,B,'..in h'8 shocked
fL fierce " P J'U 118119 ,lko
MStH1lu''i;e ot lo it, anyway "
W" you vo BOt to lot hcat
IML8!'.' .Protested Morris, but he
ffttfck by th0 dominant spirit of
MuS nth "don of tho
!BfeMhJ Tau Sn 0C th0 po,lc-
itS I TSVriSlntl6 children, came- to
Kholr 9h,hl3 customed air of
MniJH "Good morning" was
MUon arontly. 10 th0 removal
ae ""0nJ??. "-..Portion of his spina,
ffifttoia tlseXlnB b0 Pa-uaed long
E5 bis su'. and thn rccom
Kl r flS11 15, another layer of
Wned i?,s CITort8 bcln? at
iKi ,H before Teacher's admlr
m,r Uter a5ett0 paPcr napkin.
W&tAtiit" CXplalncd- "sho ffets
Kd'i ; A?3 It,t0 mo- und I gives
E(b 4 fond S,ns lhc while she's got
MulCs ftm,e- ,?h,c eoes all tlmcn
Eetttn? l0iL nl1 her younge laly
gf. cabinet u',rd carried," tho un
Si lhr nai ln ab0uL teacher.
no A,n'L k fnn?'
uu'r. V0 if: ftnswored tonchor
&icL lt- v ncnrly aU yi,nc
JWfto h?!?, ora teacher's desk
fetbo Minth-3!00 Bl.rIne When
MCInch Ui P' Projected
Vm&W he waa a,l,tb? C"1yd too of his
loslnrr nlrTacd' Morris was most
to SC0raBe-he Wtt!J Indeed
BBV1 dose i wLilwfly whon Patrick
Smh " ar'd held h,m 10
Sfe ft'oiieht JS?1'. Buddenly. as a
dhi gff "bo you a
oJ1"? of Hibernian ances
M':Sj,,i:h do you t?.V,otlo,n wlth another:
IHV youT 0 anowored. "I don't
fc,1 ?ou- flre.3 s? yo,ir hair tucked
Hfa tdi- hiTr . 0 lonT down Wee you
Ike you lyou a.ffs and tells ur.
thl w5ft.eirl. I don't know,"
KnW.tr.Cci his rrlB," ont,n,nT. Pat
HT aujS'usly burled tho pin
"$AY, HE PANT&D; " I SEEN K M
iTEACHrlR KIT A.MAN T W h
1 . fb4j
ANDSoydUSHALL.OLd L-SVI M m r
t CHAP.". HE CRIED. "50 ff A- TaoV
'YOU SHALL! M
Morris rushed blindly into the conversa
"Say Teachci, Mies Bailey, bo you coin
to get married?" and then dropped limply
against hcr shoulder.
"Well, perhaps so, Morris. Perhaps I
shall, som-j day."
"Teacher, no ma'an. Miss Bailey'"
walled tho Monitor of tho Goldnsh:
"Don't you go and get married mit no
body. So you do you couldn't bo Teacher ,
by us no more, und you're a awful nice
teacher by little boys. You nln't too big.
Vnd say, wo'd fool lorrlblo bad tho while
you goes and goto married mlt somebody
"Should you really now?" asked Teach
er, greatly pleased. "Well, dear, I too
should bo lonoly without you."
Somo days later Teacher arranged to
go to a reception and a3 she did not caro
to roturn to hor l-ame between work and
play oho appeared at school ln rather fes
tive array. Room IE was delighted with
Its transformed ruler, but to tho board of
monitors this glory of raiment brought
nothing but misery. Every twist in tho
neat coiffure, ovory fold of tho pretty
dress, every ruBtlc of tho invisible silk,
every click of tho high heels, meant tho
coming abdication of Teacher and tho dis
banding of her cabinet. Just bo had Pat
rick's sister Mary looked on tho day sho
wed tho milkman Just such had beon
tho outward aspect of Morris's auntie on
tho day of her union to tho promising
vo'unjr salesman who was now a floor
walker and MorriB'8 Uncle Ikoy.
Momentarily they expected somo word
of farowoll perhaps oven an lco-cream
party but Teacher mado no sign. Thoy
decided that she was reserving hcr Inst
words for their private ear and wero
greatly disconcerted to find thomsofveo
turned out with the common herd at ,
o'clock. With heavy hoavts thoy followod
the examplo; of Mary's llttlo Inmb and
waited patiently about lU Teachor ap
peared, When she came sho was moro
wonderful than evor, in a long ?.nd bil
lowy boa and a wido and billowy bat.
Sho had seemed In a breathless hurry
while up ln Room IS, but now sho ntood
rjulto placidly in a group of her small ad
herents on tha highost of the schoolhouso
Htcps. And tho cabinet, waiting gloomily
apart, only muttered "I told yo so." and
"It must be a awful kind feeling." when
tho tall stranger came swinging upon the
ficeno. Ono of lUs hands was held stlflly
in tho pocket of tho baggy coat, the other
carried gloves and a cam. When Teach
er's oyos fell upon his sho began to force
her wav through hor clinging court, and
when he was half way up tho steps alio
was half way down As they mot , hi
drew from hln pocket tho hand and the
violets lt held and Teachor was still
ndjustlng tho 'lowers in her Jackot whon
Bhe passed, with Hushed cheeks and shin
ing eyes, within touch but without know
led go of hor lurking staff.
"I didn't expect you at all," oho was
saying. "You know lt was not a really
doilnlto engagement, and men halo recep
tions." , .
Tho gloom obscuring Patrick's spirit on
tho evening wa of so devp a dyo that
Mrs. Brcnnan dlaynoscd It as tho first
filago of "a consumption." Sho admin
istered simple remedies and warm bathn
with perseverance, but without cnToct,
But moro potent to euro than bath or
bottlo was tho sight of Teacher on tho
noxt morning In her accustomed clothes
Tho board of monitors had hardly re
covered from this panic when anothor
alarming symptom appeared. Miss Balloy
began to watch for letters and large
envelopes began to reward her watchful
ness. Daily was Patrick sent to tho pow
erg Jhpj; were to demand, a IttUr, and
dally ho carried ono. and a sorely heavy
hfcnrt. back to his sovereign. In exactly
tho same sweetly Insistent way had ho
been sent many a tlmo and oft to seek
tldlng3 of the laggard milkman. His col
leegues. when ho laid theso fact3 beforo
them, were of the opinion that things
looked very dark for Teacher. Said Na
than. "You know how she says wo should be
monitors on hcr wedding? Well, lt could
be lies. Sho marries maybo already."
Patrick promptly knocked tho Monitor
of Window Boxes down upon the rough
asphalt of tho yard and kicked him.
' Miss Bailey's no sneak," ho cried, hot
ly. "If she was married she'd Just as lief
go and tell."
"Well," Morris began, "I had once a
"Your auntie makes mo sick," snapped
Patrick. "But Morris went on qulto un
"I onco had a auntlo un' she had awful
kind feelings ovcr a stylish floor walker,
und he was loving mlt her, So-o-oh!
They marries! Un' they don't say noth
ings to nobody. On'y tho stylish lloor
wnlker ho writes on my auntlo whole
bunches of loving loiters."
"Sho ain't married," Patrick rellorated.
"Sho ain't "
"Well, sho will be," muttered Nathan,
vindictively "Und tho new teachor will
lick you tno whllo you fights. It's fierce
how you mako mo biles on my bones.
Whon tho ruffled Monitor of tho Win
dow Boxes had been soothed by tho
peaceful Guardian of Jtho Goldfish, tho
cublnot hcM council Nathan suggested
that lt might be posslblo to bribe tho inter
loper. They would givo him their com
bined woalth and urgo him to turn his
eyes upon Miss Blake, whoso room was
across the hall. Sho was very big, and
would do exceedingly well for him, whero
bb she was cntlroly too long and loo broad
Morris maintained that Teacher might
bo held by gratitude. A list should bo
mado out, and, each In turn, a child a
day, should give her a present.
Patrick Ustoned to theso Ideas ln deep
and rostlvo disgust. Ho urged instant
and copious bloodshed. His big brother's
gang could "lot daylight into tho dudo"
with enjoyment and dispatch. Thoy would
watch him ceaselessly, and they would
track him down.
Tho watching wan an easy matter, for
Teacher, ln common with the majority
of rulers, lived much In the public eye.
Tho stranger was often detected prowling
ln hor vicinity. Ho uven began to brlnu
her to school in tho mornings, and on
theso occasions there woro alwayo violets
in hor coat. Ho used to appear at lunch
con tlma and vanish with her. Ho used
to como in the afternoon and have ten
ln Room 18 with two other teachers and
with Teacher. Tho antagonism of tho
Monitor of Goldfish became so marked
that Mlsa Bailey was forced to remon
struo. "Morris, dear," she began ono after
noon, when thoy wero alone togethor,
"you wero very rudo to Dr. Ingraham
yo.Mtorday. I can't allow you to stay horo
with me If you'ro going to behavo so
badly. You Bulked horribly, and you
slammed tho door againBt his foot. Of
course, it was an accident, but how would
you feel, Morris, if you had hurt Dr. In
graham?" "Glad." said tho lonltor of the Gold
fish, savagely. "Glad."
"Morris! What do you mean by 3aylng
such a thing? I'm aslnvmod of you. Why
should you want to hurt a friend of
"Don't you bo friends mlt him" cried
Murrto, CvsorUug Mb &h and throwing
) himself upon his teachor. "Don't you do
lt, Teacher Missis Balloy. Ho ain't no
friends for a lady." And then, ln answer
to- Teacher's staro of blank surpriso, ho
. "My mamma sho seen him by your sldo
I und she 3ays I got to tell you in whisper
ing how sho says."
I Teacher meekly bent her hoad, and
i Mcrris whispered In an awe-struck voice:
"My mamma says she llko that: 'Ho
could to be a Krlsht,' " and then drew
back lo study Teacher's consternation.
But sho seemed quite calm. Perhaps sho
had already faced tho devastating fact,
for sho said:
"Yes, I know ho's a Christian. I'm not
afraid of them. Aro you?"
; "Teacher, no, ma'am, Missis Balloy. I
ain't got no scare over Krlsht3, on'y they
ain't no friends for ladlos. My papa says
llko that on my auntlo, und my auntie
she's married now mlt a stylish floor
walker. We'm got a Krlsht by our houso
for boarders, so I know. But .you couldn't
to know "bout ICrlshts "
"Yes, I do. They're very nice people'
"No, ma'am," said Morris, gently. And
then, still moro courteously:
"It's a Ho. You couldn't to know about
"But I do know all about them, Morris,
dear. I'm a Christian."
Again Morris remembered his mannora.
Again he replied in his courtly phr.ogo:
"It's a lie." As he said It, with a be
witching rising inflection, lt was almost
a caress. "It's a lie Teacher fools. You
couldn't to be no right Krlsht. You ain't
got no looks off of Krlshts."
Teachor was mildly surprised. Sho was
as Irish as Patrick Brennan, and In hor
own way sho looked it Truly her eyes
were brown, but tho faco and tho faith
of hcr fathers woro still strongly hers.
"Not look llko a Christian?" sho was
saying. "Well, then, Morris, what do I
jiiu iu'jrns, uver &u'"o &irojgii(. lo iuu
"You looks llko a stylish Sheeney," and
wilted for this Intoxicating praiso to
bring blushes to the light faco ho loved.
It brought tho blushes, but thoy wero
even redder and hotter than ho had ex
pected. There was also a gasp on which
he had. not counted, and a g.ueor Hash ln
the brown eyes.
"Morris," said Teacher, "Morris, did
you ever see a Shconoy with a face llko
Morris raised his head from tho red
Jumper, climbed off tho from-sllk apron
and solemnly contemplated tho llttlo bit
of nose. Tho truth broke over him In
sickening waves. The star of his llfo had
sot; his doll was stuffed with sawdust,
his Idol had feet of clay; his light faced
laxly was a Christian. And yet she wa3
his tenchcr and greatly to bo loved, so
ho bore tho knowledge, for her dear sake,
as bravely as he could. -Ho returned to
the from-sllk apron, wound a short arm
around tho whlto collar, and sobbed:
"Teachor, ylss, ma'am, you'm got a
Krlsht nose. But you don't caro, no ono
couldn't never to know llko you ain't a
forsuro Sheency the while you got such
terrlblo Sheonoy eyes. Oh, but they
couldn't never to think you'ro a Krlsht.
Und say. don't you havo a frightened. I
wouldn't never to tell nobody. Never.
I makes a Bwoar ovor It- I kiso up to
God I hopes I drops down If I tells."
At tho end of a month tho high heels and
tho fcntlvo raiment appeared again, and
the staff knew that tho tlmo for action
had really como. They must bring tho
Krlsht to terms boforo ho should sco
teacher ln her present and Irresistible ar
ray. Ho wan alwajs first at the tryUlng
plaoo, and thcro thoy ,would havo speoch
with him. Thoy arranged to escnpo from
room IS before S o'clock. Patrick feigned
a nose-bleed, Morris dovolopod an Inward
agony and Nathan, after somo moments
of indecision, boldly plucked out a tot
tering tooth and followed bloody but tri
umphant ln thoir wake. Thoy found tho
onemy Just as they had expected, and
Morris, being again elected spokesman,
slopped forward and took him by his das
tard hand. Tho adversary yielded, think
ing that teacher had beon forced to great
er caution. Tho Monitors of Goldflflh and
of Window Boxci followod closo behind,
thoy having consented, ln view of tho
enormous Issues involved, to act as scouts.
Around the corner they went to a dark
and narrow alloy, and, when they had
reached a secluded spot between tho high
wail of the school and tho blank windows
of a recently-burned tenement houso,
"Teacher don't wants to go on tho party
mit you tho who she ain't got no moro
that kind feeling over you."
"What?" cried tho astonished Dr. Ingra
ham. "Sho don't wants to bo married mlt
"Did Miss Bailey send you with any
message to mo?"
The question was no fierce that tho truth
was forced from tho unwilling Hps of tho
"No, ma'am no, sir," thoy faltered.
"On'y that's tho feolln what alio had, Und
bo you go away 'out seeing tcaoher. mo
und tho other fellows wo glvea you f-l-v-e
Tho cabinet drew near to hoar tho an
swer to thin suggestion. It puzzled them,
"Now, look hero, boy," said Dr. Ingra
ham, "you'd better go homo arid got to
bed. You aren't well."
Morris conferred with hlB colleagues
and returned with:
"Wo gives you s-e-v-o-n conta so you go
homo now 'out seeing tooohor. A nickel
and two yonnlOBj (to you, go novft Und ay (
Miss Blake could go by your side. She
has kind feelings over you."
"Nonsense," said the man. "When will
your teachor bo down?"
"She ain't coming at all. Sho has no
more feelings. So you goes now we gives
you a dime, and a penny. Eleven cents.
Wo ain't got lt; on'y we could to got.
Teacher gives mo all times pennies."
Just as tho stranger was wondering how
much of truth theso extraordinary chil
dren know, Teachor, calm-eyed and un
ruffled, appeared upon tho scene. Sho
said, as she generally did:
"Doctor Ingraham! Who would havo
thought lo Und you here!" And thon:
"Aro you talking to my llttlo pooplo?
Thoy aro the cleverest llttlo things, and
such friends of mine. MoitIb hero and I
aro tho greatest of cronies."
Toacher'a manner as she bogan hor
greeting was serene and bright, but a
floomy, ovon a morose glance, from Dr
ngraham's cold bluo oyo qulto changed
her. His voice, too. considered as tho
volco of lovo, soundod sulky as' ho said
"So it seems. Ho has given mo an an
swer which you refu3od me."
"How generous of Morris, and how
thoughtful! He's always trying to save
me trouble. And tho question, now, to
which tho answer belonged. May ono
"You know It well enough," with a
glance up and down tho deserted alloy,
for even Patrick had realized that dis
cretion Is tho better part of statesman
ship. "You know lt too well. 1 asked lt
yestorday and every day for weeks."
"And Morris's answer?"
"They really aro tho cleverest children."
"Ijlttlo brutes. I can't think why you
como down hero every day. Tho brats
aren't in tho least grateful."
"But they are. They think mo perfec
tion." "That Is tho contagion of mental
"And thoy'ro not fond of you."
"They rotlcct your very thought"
"Yes. tho insight of a- llttlo child is a
marvelous thing. But como. We are a
long way from Forty-sovonth street and
"Tea, do you know," said Dr. Ingraham,
"Is a dreadful bore."
"Of course. But cold toa Is worse. And
the cakes aro so shattered toward the end
"I've changed my mind. I'm not going.
I'm tired of this sort of thing. Answer
"But tho children," faltorcd Teacher. "I
should iniss them so."
At this sign of weakening Doctor Ingra
ham .favored tho queer old street with a
tableau to which lt long had been a
stranger, And tho cabinet, creeping back
to rcconnolter, Immediately guessed tho
worso. Said Morris:
"She's loving mlt him und he's loving
mlt her. They've got loving looks. I had
onco a auntie"
Thla was too much for the town spirit
of tho Leader of the Line. Ho laid violent
hands and feet upon tho Monitor of
Goldllsh. Tho Monitor of Window Boxes
promptly followed suit Morris' prolonged
yell of agonized surprise brought Teacher
Hying to tho rescue, and Teacher brought
Dr. Ingraham. While the latter held and
restrained Patrick and Nathan, Miss
Bailey lavished endearments and caresses
on hcr favorite. Tho captor grow as rest
less as his captives under this aggrava
tion, and at last allowed his charges to
"Miss Balloy" he rcmonclratcd; "I can't
stand this sort of thing, you know. It's
Tho Teacher's ears were all for Morris'
talo of sorrow.
"I don't know what la mit Patrick," ho
was saying. "He hits me a hack some
thin' fierce sooner I says about mlno
auntie. Und Nathan, too, Is bad boys. Ho
says you lies."
VI?" said Teacher. "I?"
"Ylss, ma'am, that's how ho says. On'y
I know you don't lies. I know wo should
bo monitors like you saya."
"On your weddingo. You know you
says mo, und Patrick, und Nathan, should
bo monitors on your weddingo whon you
marries mit him." And Morris stretched
a painting finger at tho foe. Aftor ono
radiant glanco at Teacher's crimson face.
Dr. Ingraham possessed himself of a
scrubby hand and-Bhook lt warmly.
"And so you shall, old chap," he cried,
"no you shall. You may bo best man If
you so desire. Anything you llko."
"New clothes?" asked Morris.
"From stem to stem."
"Papfr napkins mit birds?"
"Can I mlno llttlo sister bring?"
"A dozen llttlo sisters if you have them." ,
"Can I go ln a carriage, down and un?
"You shall havo a parade of carriages
one for each sister."
"But I'm not going to lcavo you for a
long time," Miss Balloy assurod him. "I
shall get you. .another and is. nicer teacher
boforc I go." I
"All right," said Morris blithely. And ,
ho then sot out to spend tho untold wealth
which the enemy had put into his hand.
When Miss Bailey turned to Doctor In
graham her "light faco" was still brightly
pink, and the "terrlblo Shoeny oyos" held
a combination of embarrassment, dismay Vfi.T K jl
and anger. JfV Jft , IH
"He !a making a dreadful mistake." sho ir); 1 U kl
began timidly. "Believe mo, he l3 con- fjV' '
fusing things horribly. I can't explain. fi ' V U JM
But you woro quite right when you cold fcl . ) 'H
they wero ungrateful llttlo brutes. Thoy ifr i JM
arc." m ' kl
"No, no," Doctor Ingraham gently in- ilk
tcrposed. "oYu wero right They arc the h A tM
cleverest youngsters. Tho insight of a hi
llttlo child is a marvelous thing, and your tj-'-' i
crony, Morris, has answered me, after air'"' JLkl
all." And then, as Teacher mado no sign li.' - t kkl
of dissent, ho added, still moro gontly: tft; v
"Constanco. dear." Br.) J1
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'- V ... 'i evcr drank or can buy from anybody elso at any prlco, then send it back at Eyjj , IH
r&- ' V "r. "V" -'irf-y-:- J our expense and your $4.00 will bo roturned to you by next mall. Just think pf ' I
Sgag.Jp ' v . ypjM-j that offer ovsr. How could it be fairer? If you are not perfectly satisfied, you I I , ll
Iril'iwoW-SWR 0X0 not out a cent- Better lot us send you a trial order. Wo ship in a plain If,'
rpWflt sealed caso, no marks to show what's insldo. iK ' ( jJ
twwI'fiM A Haynor quart is an honeat quart or 33 ounces, 4 to tho gallon, AU other hlgh-grodo ffij ,J ' '
03iLJimJj3 whluldei aro put up in bottleo that tako 5 to mako a gallon. We alvo one-fourth moro in Hii .J(i,
itfiiffisSsjsl evL,ty hottle, really roduclng our prlco Juat that much. jTjjl :1 , H
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