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race that comes from the pen of the theartist theartist theartist
artist Burbank who had been paying payinga
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tribe in the Indian territory There Thereare Thereare Thereare
are left only 50 of this once numer numerous numerous numerous ¬
ous and warlike people Princess PrincessMary PrincessMary PrincessMary
Mary a a sister sist r of the Modoc chief chiefCapt chiefCapt chiefCapt
Capt Jack who wb > was hanged 30 years yearsago yearsago yearsago
ago for a bit of treachery to the thewhites thewhites thewhites
whites told the story to the artist artistof artistof artistof
of her tribes woes woesYears woesYears woesYears
Years ago there were many Mo Modocs Yodocs todoes
docs They lived in southern Oregon Oregonalong Oregonalong Oregonalong
along the banks of the Lost river riverThe riverThe riverThe
The whites invaded invadedthe the country with without without without ¬
out an attempt at treaty A fron frontiersman frontiersman frontiersman ¬
tiersman named Ben Wright lost a afriend afriend afriend
friend or two In a battle with the theIndians theIndians theIndians
Indians He plotted plott d revenge At Atfirst Atfirst Atfirst
first he formed a wagon train and andinto andinto andinto
into each covered vehicle he loaded loadedarmed loadedarmed loadedarmed
armed men The train had the ap appearance appearance appearance ¬
pearance of a peaceful settlers car caravan caravan caravan ¬
avan The wagons were driven into intothe intothe intothe
the Modocs country The warriors warriorscame warriorscame warriorscame
came to the hills looked at the train trainand trainand trainand
and did not attack The ruse failed failedThen failedThen failedThen
Then Ben Wright put on the garb garbof garbI garbof
I of a peaceful trader and sending sendingout sendingout sendingout
out some runners induced men wom women womI women ¬
I en and children of the Modoc tribe tribeto tribeto tribeto
to meet him at the base of some somefoothills somefoothills somefoothills
foothills there to exchange pelts peltsfor peltsfor peltsfor
for coveted gewgaws The Modocs Modocscame Modocscame Modocscame
came unarmed They squatted in a i igroat I Igroat igroat
groat group in front of the supposed supposedtrader supposedtrader supposedtrader
trader Suddenly the hillside was wasaflame wasaflsme n naflame
aflame The rifles of more than a j jhundred ihundred I Ihundred
hundred concealed men opened on i ithe ithe Ithe
the defenseless Modocs They broke brokerand i iand Iand
and fled but left scores of dead and andwounded andwounded I Iwounded
wounded bubkid bel nd The whites saw to i iit IIt Iit
it that tho wounded speedily joined joinedthe joInedthe joinedthe
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as a boy was present pre ent at this massa massaere massacre massacre
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ing in the shadow of the gallows gallowsupon ga1 gallowsupon ows owsupon
upon which he was to be hanged for formurdering formurdering formurdering
murdering a white man he ironical ironically ironically ironical1y ¬
ly asked the hangman for a list of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the palefaces who had been convict convicted convicted convicted ¬
ed and hanged for the killing of the theModocs theModocs theModoes
Modocs It was some satisfaction satisfactiondoubtless satisfactiondoubt1es satisfactiondoubtless
doubtless to this Modoc warrior to tohear tohear tohear
hear that not long before Ben BenWright BenWright BenWright
Wright had been lured from his cab cabin cabin cabin ¬
in and an killed at the doorstep by the theson theBon theson
son of one of the viotims of his histreachery histreacher histreachery
treachery treacheryNow treacher treacherNo treacheryNow
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Herald there are only 50 of the Mo Modocs Modocs Modocs ¬
docs left The wonder grows in inview inview inview
view of their persecution that they theymuster theymuster theymuster
muster even a half hundred strong strongOnce strongOnce strongOnce
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does to leave their ancestral home homeand homeand homeand
and take residence on the Klamath Klnmathreservation Klamathreservation Klamathreservation
reservation Through the influence influenceof
of Superintendent A B Meacham Meachamthey Meachamthey Meachamthey
they were induced to move No Nosooner Nosooner Nosooner
sooner were theme the t Modocs settled on onthe onthe onthe
the new land than the Klamath In Indians Indians Indians ¬
dians began to molest them They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were moved to another part of the thereservation thereservation thereservation
reservation There the Klamaths at attacked attacked attacked ¬
tacked again and the local agent re refused refused refused ¬
fused to issue food The Modocs Modocswere Modocswere Modocswere
were starving and without notice noticebetween noticebetween noticebetween
between suns they took up the themarch themarch themarch
march back to the fertile Lost river rivercountry rhercounJry rivercountry
country There Meacham sought soughtthem soughtthem soughtthem
them out again He was authorized authorizedhe
he thougkt as a last resort to give givethem givethem givethem
them permission to stay where they theywere theywere theywere
were The Indians accepted this thispermission thispermission thispermission
permission gladly and promised promisedpeaoe promisedp promisedpeace
peace p ace with undoubted sincerity sincerityWithin sincerityWithin sincerityWithin
Within a month the government or ordered ordered ordered ¬
dered their forcible removal Soldiers Sol Soldiers Sold ¬
diers d trs surprised them and killed five fiveof fiveof fiveof
of the band The Modocs odocs retaliated retaliatedlater retaliatedlater retaliatedlater
later and then took to the lava beds bedswhere bedswhere bedswhere
where the First Firs cavalry cavalr was sent to todislodge todislodge todislodge
dislodge them Through eastern easternefforts easternefforts easternefforts
efforts a peace commission was ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed Its members were w re Gen GenCanby GenCanby GenCanby
Canby A B Meacham eacham and a clergy clergyman clergyman clergyman ¬
man named Thomas These men menwere menwere menwere
were lured to a conference with rack iTackand Jackand rackand
and several of his warriors The Thewhite Thewhite Thewhite
white men were killed For months monthsthe monthsthe monthsthe
the Indians fought the whites from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the stronghold of the lava la va beds bedsFinally bedsFinally bedsFinally
Finally they th J were overcome and andCapt andCapt andCapt
Capt Jack Schonchin and Black Jim Jimwere Jimwer Jimwere
were wer hanged As a lesson to the thetribe thetribe thetribe
tribe that treachery was a white whitemans whitmans whitemans
mans prerogative prerogativeIn
In her log log hut lUt in the Indian r dian ter territory territory territory ¬
ritory Princess Mary still wears the thelaourning thebWurning themourning
mourning emblems of her tribe in inmemory inmemory inmemory
memory of her chieftain brother A Afew Afew Afew
few more seasons and there will be benone benone benone
none left of these manful Modocs to tomourn tomourn I Imourn
mourn the warrior dead deadScales deadScales deadScales
Scales That We4snAtom We4snAtomSome Welgh Weigh Atoms AtomsSome UonuSome
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mony Which May Be Revived at atEdwards atEdward atEdwards
Edwards Coronation CoronationKing CoronationKing CoronationBing
King Edward VII is so evidently evidentlyfond evidentlyfond evidentlyfond
fond of pageantry that people over in inEngland inEngland inEngland
England are wondering whether at the thecoronation thecoronation thecoronation
coronation ceremonies he will revive revivethe revivethe revivethe
the ancient mummery of the champion championof
of England This champion it will be beremembered beremembered beremembered
remembered was a knight dressed in incomplete incomplete incomplete
complete medieval panoply of war warwho warwho warwho
who made his appearance on horse horseback horseback horseback ¬
back at the coronation banquet banquei in inWestminster inWestminster inWestminster
Westminster hall and flinging down downhis downhis downhis
his gantlet challenged to mortal com combat combat ¬
bat ba t any who denied the title of the themonarch themonarch themonarch
monarch just crowned No one an answering answering answering ¬
swering after a ter the third defiance the thechampion thechampion thechampion
champion found his way to the kings
THE KINGS CHAMPION CHAMPIONOne CHAMPIONOn CHAMPIONOne
One On of the Leading Characters in British BritishCoronation BritbhCoronation BritishCoronation
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table where his majesty drank to him himfrom himfrom himfrom
from a gilt cup which he then pre presented presented presented ¬
sented to the champion championThe championThe championThe
The office is an ancient one and is ispopularly ispopularly ispopularly
popularly supposed to have been beenbrought beenbrought beenbrought
brought into England by William the theConqueror theConqueror theConqueror
Conqueror Since the time of Richard RichardII
II it has remained in the Dymoke fam family family family ¬
ily of Scrivelsby manor Lincolnshire Lincolnshirethe
the persent head of which is Sir Fran Francis Francis Francis ¬
cis Dymoke He still enjoys the title titleof titleof titleof
of champion of England and it is not notimprobable notimprobable notimprobable
improbable that King Edward may maycall maycall maycall
call upon him to perform the function functionwhich functionwhich functionwhich
which is his by hereditary right rightThe rightThe rightThe
The theatrical ceremony was how however however however ¬
ever omitted at the coronation of William Wil William William ¬
liam IV and of Queen Victoria The Thelast Thelast Thelast
last time it was performed therefore thereforewas thereforewas thereforewas
was when George IV assumed the thecrown thecrown thecrown
crown on July 19 1821 At that time timethe timethe timethe
the hereditary holder of the office was wasan wasan wasan
an aged clergyman who because b ause of ofhis ofhis ofhis
his cloth was allowed to depute the thefunction thefunction thefunction
function to his son Henry Dymoke DymokeThis DymokeThis DymokeThis
This Henry Dymoke died in 1865 1865pnce 1865Hence 1865IICnce
Hence pnce he would have been champion championalike championahke championalike
alike of King William IV and of Queen QueenVictoria QueenVictoria QueenVictoria
Victoria had not his services been dis dispensed dispensed dispensed ¬
pensed with In 1841 he was created createda
a baronet as a solarium for what we wemay wemay wemay
may imagine ima ine was a iii keen disappoint disappointment disnppointment disappointment ¬
ment to him Dying without male is issue issue issue ¬
sue the Scrivelsby estates and the thechampionship thechampionship thechampionship
championship passed to his brother a aclergyman aclergyman aclergyman
clergyman then to that clergymans clergymansson
son and in 1883 to the latters cousin cousinthe cousinthe cousinthe
the father of the present champion championwho ohampionwho championwho
who represented r in the male line linebranch a abranch abranch
branch of the family senior to that of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the last preceding tenant tenantAt tenantAt tenantAt
At the coronation of George HE the thehereditary thehereditar thehereditary
hereditary hereditar champiop in full armor armorwith armorwith armorwith
with vizor down rode into the hall halland hanand halland
and throwing down his gantlet chal challenged challenged challenged ¬
lenged the whole world to mortal com combat combat combat ¬
bat Then he promptly proceeded to tofall tofall tofall
fall off his horse His armor was so soheavy soheavy soheavy
heavy that he was nS unable to rise to his hisfeet hisfeet hisfeet
feet Helpless the ohampion lay upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the ground until policemen rushed up upand upand upand
and assisted him to rise riseGRAND riseGRAND riseGRAND
GRAND ARCH OF PEACE PEACECity PEACEClt PEACECity
City Clt of Mexico to Have a Monument ulloJ1ulllentThnt n3ionumentThat MonumentThat
That Will ill lie the Admiration Admirationof dndrutlonof
of Every Ever Country CountryCapt CountryCapt CountryCapt
Capt Porfirio Diaz the son of the thepresident thepresident thepresident
president and Engineer Francisco FranciscoDurini PranciscoI FranciscoBurial
I Burial have completed a design for f > r a a
ARCH OF INDEPENDENCE INDEPENDENCETo
To Be Dedicated Next September In the theCity theCity theCity
City of Mexico Mexicolofty Mexlaolofty Mexicolofty
lofty arch of independence that it is isproposed isproposed isproposed
proposed shall be erected in the City Cityof Cityof Cityof
of Mexico exico This monument is to be benearly benearly benearly
nearly 100 feet in height and will be bededicated bededica bededicated
dedicated dedica ted not to the glories of war warbut warbut varbut
but to the triumphs df peace peaceA peaceA peaceA
A project is now on foot backed backedby backeb backedby
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of Mexico ex1co for the erection in wood woodand woodand woodand
and planter of an exact replica of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this arch of independence either at atthe atthe atthe
the entrance of the Pasco or at the thegflorieta th thglorieta theglorieta
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who desire d sire to ascend its turrets and andcontemplate andcontemplate andcontemplate
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l basement to pinnacle and will ill pro produce produce produce ¬
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