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have tire tired d of trifling with such sub ¬
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ets might be advised to devote his at ¬
tention to solving the problem of the
love of some women omen for men who are aremorally aremorally aremorally
morally physically and intellectually
their inferiors It is one of those thosethings thosethings thosethings
things no ordinary mind can under understand understand understand ¬
stand standIt standIt standIt
It was only a af afew f ew years ago that the
daughter of a Johannesburg physi physician physician physician ¬
cian cian ran away with a Zulu chief who whochanced whochanced whochanced
chanced to visit the Rand about some somegold somegold somegold
gold he had discovered in the land landunder landunder landunder
under his control The girl who whowas whowasonly wasonly was wasonly
only 17 is described as having been beenunusually beenunusually beenunusually
unusually goodlooking of very sweet sweetdisposition sweetdisposition sweetdisposition
disposition and refined tastes tastesWhen tastesWhen tastesWhen
When it was first discovered that thatshe thatshe thatshe
she had run away with the savage the thegeneral thegeneral thegeneral
general opinion obtained that the thechief thechief thechief
chief had kidnaped her but when she shewas shewas shewas
was tracked to the mans hut and andasked andaske andasked
asked aske to return home it was found foundhat found1hat foundthat
that hat not only had she run away of ofher ofher ofher
her own free will but she absolutely absolutelyrefused absolutelyrefused absolutelyrefused
refused to leave the chief even though thoughshe thoughshe thoughshe
she had had some three weeks in which whichto whichto whichto
to learn the degradation of her posi position posion position ¬
tion on and the chief had offered to ex exchange exchange exchange ¬
change her for a few trifles What Whateventually Whateventually Whateventuallytecame
eventually eventuallytecame lieeame became of her will prob probably probably eroby ¬
ably y never be known knownThe knownThe knownThe
The young wife of a French gentleman gentle gentleman gentJeman ¬
man while staying in Alexandria bey beycame be became became
came came desperately enamored with a ahalfcaste QhalfcflSte ahalfcaste
halfcaste who used to visit the mar marketplace marketplace marketplace ¬
ketplace occasionally The fact that thatthis thatthis thatthis
this lady and the savage for he was wasnothing wasnothing wasnothing
nothing else met frequently in the thepublic thepublic thepublic
public streets of Alexandria was not noteven noteven noteven
even suspected by her husband until untilthe untilthe
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the two had flown away together With Withthe Withthe Withthe
the lady went all the money and jew jewels jewels jewels ¬
els she could hurriedly collect which whichamounted whichamounted whichamounted
amounted to a considerable sum as asshe asshe asshe
she had a large fortune fortuneThe fortuneThe fortuneThe
The black was noted in Alexandria Alexandriaas
as one of the most evillooking desert
IN LOVE WITH A SAVAGE SAVAGEdwellers SAYAGEdwellers SAVAGEdwellers
dwellers who ever ventured into the thetown thetown thetown
town whereas the lady who was the thedaughter thedaughter thedaughter
daughter of a French Fre ch artist had been beena
a theatrical star prior to her mar marriage marriage marriage ¬
riage and had at one time ranked rankedamong rankedamong rankedamong
among the lesser professional beau beauties beauties beauties ¬
ties of Paris She was only 30 when whenshe whenshe whenshe
she eloped elopedNumerous elopedNumerous elopedNumerous
Numerous instances of American Americanand Americanand Americanand
and Canadian ladies eloping with withNorth withNorth withNorth
North American Indians or Sioux Siouxcould Siouxcould Siouxcould
could be cited Some of them are al almost almost almost ¬
most historic all of them strangelyinteresting strangely strangelyinteresting strangelyinteresting
interesting One of the most remark remarkable remarkable remarkable ¬
able was that of the two daughters of ofa ofa ofa
a FrenchCanadian merchant Both Boththese Boththese Boththese
these girls rls one of whom was 20 and andthe andthe andthe
the other two years younger eloped elopedwith elopedwith elopedwith
with Sioux lovers Bluehair and an another another another ¬
other whose name has been variously variouslytranslated variouslytranslated I
translated as Fleetfeet Runner and andFlier andli andFlier
Flier FlierResisting FlierResisting li r rResisting
Resisting all appeals of their relatives rela relatives relatives ¬
tives who learned the sisters intended intendedto
to run away with the redskins the thestrangelydisposed thestrangelydisposed thestrangelydisposed
strangelydisposed young oung women en endeavored endeavored endeavored ¬
deavored to discover some one willing willingto
to wed them to their lovers but find finding findinl finding ¬
ing many obstacles put in their way waytheydecided waytheydecided waytheydecided
theydecided to be married by what whatever whateTer whatever ¬
ever rites the savages would suggest suggestThey suggestThey suggestThey
They left a happy home where they theyhad theyhad theyhad
had wanted for nothing and secretly secretlyjoined secretlyjoined secretlyjoined
joined their lovers with whom they theysped theysped theysped
sped away to become squaws who as asa asa asa
treated treatedthan treatedthan treatedthan
a class are perhaps worse
than any other class of wives wivesAt I jAt IAt
At least one of the girls lived to bit bitterly bitterly bitterly ¬
terly regret her mad infatuation and andafter andafter I Iafter
after a few months slavery under the thecommand thecommand thecommand
command of her brutal lord Fleetfeet Fleetfeetshe Fleetfeetshe y I Ishe
she attempted to get back to civiliza civilization civilizatlon civilization ¬
tion But the redskin followed and andmurdered andmurdered andmurdered
murdered her in cold old blood he him himself himself himself ¬
self b bfl1g bct ing killed kil1 cl a short time after afterwards after afterwardsin afterwardsin ¬
wards wardsin in a raid upon a 8 farm The Thewife TheWife Thewife
wife of Bluehair seems to have been beenrather baenrAther beenrather
rather more fortunate for she was wasRt wasat wasat
at least allowed to die a natural death deathfrom deathfrom deathfrom
from fever feverNew j jtr
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l The largest tree in the state of NewJersey New NewJersey NewJersey
Jersey is a 8 white oak situated three threemiles threeI threemiles
miles north of Mickelton Gloucester Gloucestercounty GIoucCi Gloucestercounty ter tercounty
I county Its dimensions are Height
95 feet diameter of trunk three feet feetabove feetabove feetabove
above the ground seven feet ten teninches teninches teninches
inches and spread of branches 118 118faet 118foet 118feet
feet This tree antedates antedat s the settle settlement settlement settlement ¬
ment of the colony colonyNational colonyNntIonnl I INational
National Park for Canada CanadaThe CnnndaThe CanadaThe
The Ontario government has re reserved reserved reserved ¬
served 1400000 acres of wild land near nearLake nelrLake nearLake
Lake Temagami a great lake lying lyingwest lyingwest lyingwest
west of Lake Temiscaming on the up tipper upper upper ¬
per Ottawa This will be used as a na national national national ¬
tional park where the timber will be beI bepresened bepreserved
I preserved and the game will be al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed to increase The number of ofbeavers ofbeavers ofbeavers
beavers and deer is Increasing increasingJ
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HIS LEG WAS BROKEN BROKENBut
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The homegoing crowd was stream ¬
ing1 up the Bowery one evening last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week says the New York Sun Sun In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the heart of it limped a longwhis
kered stoutlybuilt littoutl bunt man who looked lookedas
as if he might be a clerk or a me mechanic mechanic mechanic ¬
chanic of the better paid class classIn classIn classIn
In dodging a wagon at one of the thecross thecroo thecross
cross streets his foot slipped and he hecollapsed hecollap hecollapsed
collap collapsed ed in ina a heap on the pavement pavementone pavementonc
one leg doubled up beneath him A Adozen Adozen Adozen
dozen persons tried to help him to tohis tohis tohis
his feet but the man only groaned groanedand groanedand groanedand
and wailed something in a tongue
THE MAN ONLY GROANED GROANEDno GROA ED EDno
no one else seemed to understand It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was clear though that he couldnt couldntwalk couldntwalk couldntwalk
walk and the leg doubled at an angle angleat angleat angleat
at which no sound limb could be bent bentindicated bentindicated bentindicated
indicated where the trouble was wasHis wasHis wasHis
His legs broken decided half a adozea adoze adozen
dozen doze persons at the same time timeA timepoliceman timeA
A policeman shouldering his way waythrough waythrough waythrough
through the crowd cro d took one look at atthe atthe atthe
the limb and came to the same con conclusion conclusion conclusion ¬
clusion Somebody else volunteered volunteeredto
to telephone for an ambulance and andstarted andstarted andstarted
started away to do so The police policeman policeman policeman ¬
man finding that he couldnt under understand understand understand ¬
stand what the business man said saidbusied saidbusied saidbusied
busied himself in keeping the crowd crowdback crowdback crowdback
back Meantime the crowd discussed discussedthe discussedthe discussedthe
the victim victimPoor victimPoor victimPoor
Poor beggar hell not walk again againin againin againin
in months Ive had a leg broken brol < en my myself myself myself ¬
self an I know what it is remarked remarkedone remarkedone remarkedone
one sympathetic bystander bystanderA
A woman was sure that one of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them dratted banana skins was re responsible responsible responsible ¬
sponsible The crowd increased and andwith andwith andwith
with its numbers the sympathy grew grewtill grewtill grewtill
till the ambulance rattled up and the thesurgeon thesurgeon thesurgeon
surgeon hurried to the wounded woundedmans woundedmans woundedmans
mans side sideBroken sideBroken sideBroken
Broken leg doc explained the thecop thecop thecop
cop Only thing is I cant get the thefellers th3feUers thefellers
fellers name nameThe nameThe nameThe
The surgeon knelt at the mans mansside mansside mansside
side straightened out the leg felt it itturned itturned itturned
turned up the trousers and took a aclose aclose aclose
close look then sprang up and faced facedthe facedthe facedthe
the policeman policemanSee policemanSee policemanSee
See here officer ofl cer if this is a joke jokeits jokeits jokeits
its a pretty poor one said he Ill Illsee Illsee Illsee
see about you youGwan youGwan youGwan
Gwan doc whats up returned returnedthe returnedUte returnedthe
the puzzled cop Sure his legs legsbroke legsbroke legsbroke
broke aint it itOf itOf itOf
Of course its broken brol < en snapped snappedthe snappedthe snappedthe
the surgeon But he wants a carpen carpenter carpenter carpenter ¬
ter not a doctor Its wood man manwood manwooel manwood
wood woodAnd wooelAnd woodAnd
And the ambulance rattled away awaywhile awaywhile awaywhile
while the cop amid derisive laughter laughterhustled laughterhustled laughterhustled
hustled the crowd away awa with his hisnightstick hisnightstick
nightstick and yanked ranke < l the man with withthe withthe withthe
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the broken wooden leg into the near nearest nearest nearest ¬
est saloon saloonWYOMINGS saloonWYOMINGS saloonWYOMINGS
WYOMINGS WILD MEN MENThey MENThey MENThey
They Are of unusual Stren Strength tH One of ofThem ofThem ofThem
Them Throwing n Horse mid Its ItsRider ItsRider ItsRider
Rider Forty Feet FeetA FeetA FeetA
A report reaches St Paul Minn Minnthat Minnthat Minnthat
that a tribe of wild men had been beendiscovered beendiscovered beendiscovered
discovered in the northern part of Fre Fremont Fremont Fremont ¬
mont county Wyo It is said that two twofamilies twofamilies twofamilies
families there married and intermar intermarried intermarJied intermarried ¬
ried until they evolved such charac
HURLED H RLED THEM OVER A BUTTE BUTTEteristics BUTTEterist BUTTEteristics
teristics terist cs as to make them really a atribe atribe atribe
tribe There are about 200 of them themThey themThey themThey
They live among a ong the mountain fast fastnesses fastnesses fastnesses ¬
nesses and resent res nt all instrusion instru ion with withgreat withGreat withgreat
great fury The law can give victims victimsof victimsof I
of their assaults little satisf satisfactioI action He Hewho Hewho Hewho
who goes among them goes at a t his own ownperil ownperil ownperil
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peril perilIt perilIt
It is further alleged that several of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men committed such depredations depredationson
on the ranches in the northern part partof partof partof
of the state that stockmen organized organizedto
to defend themselves and in the pur pursuit pursuit pursuit ¬
suit of one of the marauders the thestronghold thestronghold thestronghold
stronghold of the cretins was discov discovered discovered discovered ¬
ered eredOne eredOne eredOne
One of the stock thieves was a man manof manof manof
of 40 years of age age or more He wore woreno woreno
no clothes except of the most rudimentary rudi rudimentary rudimentary ¬ I
mentary nature His body was cov covered covered covered ¬
ered with thick black hair that afford afforded afforded afforded ¬
ed protection prot ction from the weather He Hehad Hehad Hehad
had no language except unintelligible unintelligiblejounds I IBOunds isounds
BOunds His strength was herculean herculeanUpon herculeanUpon herculeanfUpon
Upon being closely pursued by one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the stockmen the cretin turned uponthe upon uponthe uponthe
and andhorse andhone andhorse
the pursuer and catching man
horse Into his arms a hurled them over overt over40foot
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FOXES 1 ATTACK A DEER DEEERescued DEERRescued DEERRescued
Rescued Just in Time by a Hunterand Hunter Hunterand Hunteran
and an His Guides GuidesSingular GuidesSingulnr GuidesSingular
Singular Forest Incident Array A wny Up In Inthe inthe inthe
the Wilds J1dH of Maine laineGtnt1e Gentle Creri Creriture Crenture Creature
ture Dleatcd Out Its Grati Gratitude Gratitude Gratitude ¬
tude to Its Deliverers DeliverersA DelivererA > >
A correspondent of the New York Yorkun Yorkun Yorksun
sun = un writing from Norcross N orcross Me fe says saysthat saysthat saysthat
that James Mayberry M yberry a drummer for fora
a l Boston wholesale house has lately latelyreturned latelyreturned latelyreturned
returned from a two weeks vacation vacationtrip vacationtrip vacationtrip
trip to the woods of Maine faine and re reports reorts reports ¬
ports > orts that the French Canadians and andIndians andndians andIndians
Indians have been making great greatslaughter greatslaughter greatslaughter
slaughter among the deer and noose irooseby 1100sefy nooseby
by chasing them on snowshoes The Theeweather Theweather Theweat
weather weat er has been very favorable for forrust forrust forrust
rust hunting all through March farch The Thenow Thenow Thenow
now was from three to four feet feetleep feetleep feetdeep
leep on the level and coated with withvery a avery avery
very fine crust which would not hold holdthe holdhe holdthe
the he fleeing animals but which cut cutleeply cutieeply cutleeply
leeply into their flesh causing many manyto
to bleed ti t i death from thiir selfin selfindieted selfinflicted selfinflicted
flicted wornds wor ads Nat Ronco an Indian Indianwho Indianwho Indianwho
who had been discharged from a lumber lum lumber lumber ¬
ber camp shared a set of Norwegian Norwegianskis Norwegianskis Norwegianskis
skis from green beech woodand wood and killed killedeight killedeight killedeight
eight deer in walking home 46 miles milesWhile mUesWhi1e milesWhile
While on his vacation the drummer drummertook drummertook drummertook
took a 8 trip with a game warden and andthree andthree andthree
three guides to capture two living deer deerto deerto deerto
to put into a park near Waterville WatervilleThe WatervilleThe WatervilleThe
The party went to a cedar swamp near nearSebois nearSebois nearSebois
Sebois and in two days caught eight eightdeer eightdeer eightdeer
deer all o of which died from exhaus exhaustion exhaustion exhaustion ¬
tion and wounds inflicted by the crust crustbefore crustbefore crustbefore
before they could be taken out to the therailroad therailroad therailroad
railroad for shipment They secured securedfive securedfive securedfive
five deer on the second attempt two twoof twoof twoof
of which survive and are now doing doingwell doingwell doingwell
well in confinementDuring confinement confinementDuring confinementDuring
During this hunt Mr Mayberry Mayber y and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two guides were crossing the head of ofSchoodic ofSchoodic ofSchoodic
Schoodic lake one morning on snow snowshoes snowshoes snowshoes
shoes when a deer came out of the thedense thedense thedense
dense cedar swamp and made a dash dashto dashto dashto
to cross the lake As long as the an animal animal animal ¬
imal remained near the woods where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the crust was thick it made good head headway headway headway ¬
way but upon approaching the edge edgeof edgeof edgeof
of the lake where the sun had thawed thawedthe thawedthe thawedthe
the snow and made it soft the creature creaturewas creaturewas creaturewas
was buried to its neck at every leap leapAt leapAt leapAt
At times it fell on its side si e and made madeheroic madeheroic madeheroic
heroic efforts to regain its footing
ON THE DEERS BACK BACKkicking BACKkicking BACHkicking
kicking frantically and wounding it itself itself Itself ¬
self with its sharp hoofs The men menwho menwho menwho
who were behind a small island at n t the thetime thetime thetime
time were about to capture the deer deerwhen deerwhen deerwhen
when four large foxes came out from fromthe fromthe
the cedars and followed the path of the thedeer thedeer thedeer
deer nosing out its tracks with 1th the ac accuracy accurac accuracy ¬
curacy curac of trained hounds houn s As this was wassomething wassomething wassomething
something new to the party the men menwaited menwaited menwaited
waited to watch proceedings proceedingsThe
The foxes came on silently wagging waggingtheir waggingtheir waggingtheir
their bushy tails and winding in and andout andout andout
out out among the islands keeping on the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course the deer had made As they theycame they theycame theycame
came around the end of the last island islandthe island islandthe islandthe
the deer had turned end over end in its itsstruggle itsstruggle itsstruggle
struggle to get along and was lying lyingwith lyingwith lyingwith
with its head toward the foxes No Nosooner Nosooner Nosooner
sooner didlhe did 1he animal see its foes than thanit thanit thanit
it redoubled its efforts to get away awaybut awaybut awaybut
but the foxes were light and had large largehairy largehairy
hairy feet that would hold them up on onthe onthe onthe
the lightest snow and inside of fireminutes five fiveminutes fiveminutes
minutes they were on the deers back backbiting backbiting backbiting
biting at its throat to open an artery arteryso
so the poor beast would bleed to death deathThe deathThe deathThe
The hunters who had believed that thatno thatno thatno
no fox could kill ki l a deer and had not for fora fora fora
a moment contemplated the outcome outcomeof outcomeof outcomeof
of the affray took up their rifles and andshot andhot andshot
shot hot two of the foxes thinking that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the sound of firearms would scare sca e the thesurvivora thpsuryivori thesurvivors
survivors away but they continued to toworry toworry toworry
worry the fallen deer until the men menhHd menbad menhad
bad fired fire again killing another foxwhereupon fox foxwhereupon foxwhereupon
whereupon the fourth fourth one walked off offto oilto offto
to the woods J casting regretful glances glancesbehind glancesbehind glancesbehind I
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flict the deer which was exhausted exhaustedbut exhaustedbut exhaustedbut
but not badly injured injuredseemedgrateful injuredseemedgratefulfor seemed grateful gratefulfor gratefulfor
for the rescue lapping the hands of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the men with its soft tongue and andbleating andbleating andbleating
bleating out its thanksgivings in a away away eway
way that anyone could understand understandThis understandThis understandThis
This was one of the two deer that was wasable wasable wasable
able to withstand the severe strain of ofcapture ofcapture ofcapture
capture and is now doing nicely in a alarge alarge alarge
large park where it has all al the hay and andgrain andlITain andgain
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Mrs Anna Patterson the wife of a aprominent aprominent aprominent
prominent Brooklyn attorney recent recently recently recently ¬
ly received a telegram from Denver Denverannouncing Denverannouncing Denverannouncing
announcing the death there of Mrs MrsEroile MrsEmile frs frsEmile
Emile Riviere her niece and asking askingthat askingthat askingthat
that money be sent for burial ex expenses expenees expenaes ¬
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persons personsshe she believed were her nieces niecesfriends niecesfri niecesfriends
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wood cemetery where the interment intermentwas intermentwas intermentwas
was to be made Now Mrs Patterson Pattersonlearns Pattersonlearns Pattersonlearns
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upon the owner sued the driver for fordamages fordamages fordamages
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ly upon the defendant as a hard rider riderand riderand riderand
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