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THE KANSAS CITY JOURNAL MONDAY, OOTOHKll 7, lfln.1.
' KANSAS CITY, KANSAS.
Enterprising Business Men Always Advertise.
JOHN T. SIMS
.tint Ire nft lie IVnce.
nml promptly lit
ORl e In" the W.tlh
till k. 1 ourlti ami
Itppley lnl lltit r In
Itillitns I Ity, 'Mn.
tlpwurp nf cheap III!"
JAMES & MARSH .
1 lour. 1 1 1 il. mil
nml MIjimI Mortnr.
I.I in r. Ilnlr, Xiihil,
I .'input iiinl M'wpr '
All Mtlels !ton6 Kef
pair Work done ,
. t (nr. Hh mill
Mlllll.'.e.llt AlP. '
friiin purn drug.
.'11.5 jlltlllCSOtn AVP.
Jihlicc of the l'cacc
New number Went 7s,
1 13 Mlimcvitii .i.
All limiting Promptly
Home Purchased of Us.
$10 A MONTH HTtV;u'NXtNO
Portsmouth Investment Co.,
3 an riiinsMin in in. ik..
W. P, WHITE,
Wall 1'iiptr, Paints.
Oil, illnss ii ml
Artistic painting nnd
n. AIM Minn. A to.,
Kmivis I Its, leu.
Dealer and M.anu
jR facttuer of
lu marble arid gr.an-
Hi- All work
:t.i7 minn. avi:
0 Tho Journal office has boan
M removed lrom tho Chamber
A, ol Commerce to tho first floor
H of tho Columbia Building at
H Sixth street and Minnesota
Republican Ticket Wyandotte County.
DAVID .MAltriN Chief- .Imtlco of Hip
Snprt inn oiirt.
II. 1. AI.Di:N-.liiil;o of tlio DMrlct
W. ft. IIOI.I' .liiilen of llio Common
I'll 114 I nurt
DIAJAMIN "t'UNimtr.n Tremnror.
I. W. I.IINiiri'.I.I.OU SlirrliT.
(. Y. s, I'lll. KD-liiclHtiT or Hi'piIh.
l.lONAIID DAMI.I.' I niiiity Clcrli.
.1. W. HOWI.I.'IT Ii rU of tho C'ullllllon
I'll iih ronrt.
IIILUAM llAltOI.AV-Slt jor.
. I.. 'lOIIII-Ci.r r.
I. Y. .tll)()i;i. CotiiliilsHloli iif sroml
HOUSEKEEPERS, ATTENTION !
If no, jou lll khIii tlio lnt results 1)
A ilc jour ;i;i)C'i:it for It.
l)lscoiii:si;.it kv.. v.. o in Mit.M in
1 Hi: C1..S 11! .!. Lllltlsl IAN CIIIIKCI1.
WILL DELAY CRIMINAN TRIALS,
to ci:i.niti:ii: tiii: inmvi:issuv or
Tin: n vi ri, i: or im: m in;.
Amcitc.in mill rorrlRii 1. thor Oriinl7iitioii.
Will llo All.nl lo Imlorii tin- Siiift
Itotott A VouuK lmi Arri'titl
for IIotho st.Mllllf?.
Uev. B. 0. Dcnhnm, pastor of tho- Central
Christian church, delivered .i tertnon yes
terday wot nlmr on "rite 'Spit It ot Tittc
JJonoxtilenco." llo chose that subject for
the ie,ton thit to-day tluee ljenevolent In
Ktlttitlons of whleli ho Ii tho orlsln.itor will
lie upcnwl In this eit They ale tho C'en
ti.il i:enlns ac.uleins, the Good Will
homo nml tho free klndersirton school Ills
text was; "Hear jo one nnothei'd Imitl
oiii," "j:ciy man shall bear hl own
burden." Amonif other tliliiK". ho snld:
Tho nellej: that it Is a man i duty to
help a weaker one boar his lnitdeu la ho
prevaknt one need not to-day advocate
tho dut ot' ln-lptiilness towaid our fUlow
men, Tho dut 1h taiulit la tho Hist ot
tin m texts. The second text Is, by Home,
hM to ha rontradktoiy to tho llrst. it
follnub tlio first but u few veres later in
th" tamo cl ap Oi.in.toulof litl. u i.on ridic
toij of tho llrst, It .states, aut'Kislh oly. how
the luty of tlio lltt text Is to Im pirfotmed
This K b heljiliiK u man to a condition
uhm he i.ui Ih'.it his own buriUit. Tho
hplrlt of true biuovolence, tiuo Rood will,
in not to mm Ii simply to help as .so to nla
u man n to put Mm In ponltioii lo help
himself, to put a mm In a position to cam
Ills, In wul, lather than lo kIv him u loaf
outllKlit 1'nio benuvolenci) tow aid the ttn
Inlouuid is to tt.uh hint how to read,
rathei than to read to him the book ho
should know ,
"In aiipljltiK this pilnclple, man must bo
irachdl on all sides; tho phiska!. tho
mental, tho pplrltual. If ho la sdioit on
any one Ide, lie Is Incompli te, unbalanced
1 have Min tho will developed man, ui. to
iN phi skal and mental uaturm. no do,
llelent ah to spliltual development ho
fouindeted lu txtravacanco mid unolllnu
what hl phlml and nunt.il powus lii.
alilisl him to cam llo wax thus deifiadeit
ns nun h In the Male of llvlmt as thoiiKh hu
vvero phmkallj ai.d mentally paum ilA.il
"llliected tnwntil man'H phssleal weinro
theio Is much umeal belli volein . Hemcm
lieilns tliat tlio Miltlt of truo beiievoleneo
looks to lining a man to the plane of nelf
iiPlpfulneM), It l ieaill sttn tho bread
KlVLli at th" door, the dime Klven on tho
Street, tho lood furnUhed ut the frto boup
hom.o fall far shoit of woiklns out thu
jmrpobi and p!ilt of the hlKlieiit benovo
Jenis Suth -hnrlly encouraijiis piupeili.ni.
A louir n men uin ot toiiietJiln(f for iiotn
Jne to Iouk will they not really seek work,
ro Ioiik vnIII they reman p iraattes upon
other people's viieigy and eailiiliKS. po loni;
vlll their own manhood bo dcKialed fioui
that of the self.biistaliiliiB man to tint of
tho hou.so lo house, or bttiet to Htreet,
twifk'ar. Tho pood liuenttoiib of people thus
.lUpmsins iharlty are not to lie ciiiiatioueit,
but thtlr vvlbdoni as to uso of method 1 at
fault All htudents of tho pioblem pf llio
iieisly at'tio the fiee lunch, frto uun house
the hand to hand trlvim,' at the duor iiml
on the btruct tind to create rather than
Highest Honors World's Fair,
MOST PERFECT MADE.
'A pure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Free
jiom Ammonia, Alum or any other aduUeranf,
40 YEARS THE STANDARD.
South Side, nil
n rmi ml the town,
our wagon trmels
dally for Laundry
to l)"o done.
pargilin i (luypM
I'iiji r "an; litis
How, lots anil Farms.
nun mi.s.v ai .
Tnt. w. as.
Iptrphnup W ptt 115,
successor tn Kansas city Piiulng Mill,
Manilla turor nf
'mh, IIiiiim. M ini till mk. urn lug nml I'lui
Inc. scroll mill llmiil tuMlng, stulr llullil
lug, Hunk ( iiiiiiIi r. Olllrn I litiirps
nml llurdttemel I liil'liln?. I sli
Hind-. prnmptls ftirultlipil,
I ltd mil Atp ( ur. Illi si., Iiiiiin t'lly, Kn,,
at home In n
G, W. BETTS,
Justice of the l'cacc.
I irili mnl
Vlluiiptot i A i nun.
liublldtjr If requeued
t eillectlnns a sp clrilty
Belle View!! tKf
Sl'Jo, St. S'JUO.
MO iuh, liilmuii M")
S. N. MnipiOn i Jon,
Clttmbf r of Com llldR.
Uyiiiutntln lu t'"..
uro ptnpcrlim. All nocslv are not paupor,
out we piu e i pri'iiiniiii upuu iin-u ,,.- w,,.
Ill ir such by the uforenientlonol method!"
"ISeal hinevoliiice directed to ,v man s
phvslcil needs comdstM In arronllnir him iin
oppoitunltv to earn his fooxl, elouiliiK and
HheltiT This we are PieparltiK to do at
our Gool Will home. The dlvlno law that
he who will not work shall not rat' l
a Kood one, provided u mnn be Mrst clyen
an opportunity to work This we will do
wo will nfTonl the opportunity. W e will
thus appevl to a nun's m mhoo.1 and Beir
rcspect. Tills labor tost will sift out the
professional tramp, the willing liiuper,
and unles we can redeem such wt- will
lne no dealing with them f)ur labor -chtimte
will cnlaruo tho fielllUca alTorded
Immtdlatdy at tho home for suppljliw
work. . ,,, ,
"iRIionnce Is ln, where It l wilful or
the result or neRlect. "Knowledpe is power,
and the vviak tho needy need the lower
Intelligence counts evervwhere. A man Is
a better -irpentei for being educnted. Our
Centinl KvenliiK atadimj will reich the
needy In applying the Milrit of true be
nuvoknco to the mental natme of man V e
nek. no monejed return for our labor,
but wo seek to have eneh ouiik
man or woman piv the e. nso
of his education. Tuition Is tlau
foro free, with a small incidental fee or
expenses. This educational woik is purely
one of pood will to working bovs utd KliK
to sounir men and women .mplucd in the
Inv time, and nil such will In reioivctl, no
matter how humble their Uicumstanees.
In relation to nun's spiritual nature, true
benevolence expresses itself Is n tea' hlne
a mm Jesus the Chrlt that Christ be
comes to him strength to oveicome tempta
tion, rither than an erfort to peison ill go
with the blnner to warn, to guide, to pro
tect hltn. . , ,
"Teath a mm to stand alone with .Testis
mid vou have bencllted him for eternity
Teach him lo depend upon vour help and
vou placo a premium upon his ; weakness.
Seir-help, through I hiist s the ideil of
true Christian efiott When hteamlng
thiough New York liaibor recently I save
tug boats with two or three roj hitched
on behind A -ran Is a large, Hat bottomed
boat, wltn neitner s uis nui p.i-..mi i.u,....
It can move throunh the water onlv ns
some other bo it pulls it. Soine hurcli
members are scows no power within, de
pending upon the preacher, or otheis. pln -ing
tugbo it lor thorn I also -aw the m.ig
nlllient steamer Cllv of St l.ouls, cutting
Kiacetullj, powerfully through the watei
It u-ive one the Idea of power, strength.
All Its power was fiom vWthlu We need
to "o till up with Christ's spirit as to move
and be truo Christians because of power
standing Coiiiinltli'i s Appoliitnl nml a res
Tho executive committee of tho Municipal
I,i ague held i mi etlng Satmdiy evening
at the ollii e or Dr. I' Oeldertck III the 11 i
sonie luilkllng mil ippolnted tho following
st mdlng eommittees
Kdui ntlonal Itev It Q. Denham, W. S.
Hannah and T. O Cunninghaui
I'hllmtliropv AlfriMl Weston, . T Tajs
loi, J .1. H its and llev. St John
Morale He James O. Dougherty. I II
I im .Morrow, D. W. Austin, 1'. Craig and
C I. Jliokavv
Iibor questions J W. Daldwln, Porter
Sherman, W A. Simpbon and .1. A. llei
chnnt .. . ,,. ..
I'ruu,hles and ordinances T W. New
man, i: K Tiowluldge. Samuel llaher,
Horn- lrower ami V J Iute .,.,,
lMblle liinlth-Di 1' lHlderlck. C. Walll
gtein, A 1 Cook and l)r Lambert.
Corporitlons John Coskey, 1 rnncls
Hoiue, S. Wuhlsieen.
A n solution was adopted requesting the
maiot and tlty eounill to cause tlio signs
on telegiapli and tc I. phone poles along
Mlunesoti avenue to be lemoved. Tho reso
lution whii h was Intioduced at a pi e Ions
meeting of tho league, providing for the
election of a councllm.m-at-I irgo in this
ilti, uicotdlng to the Swiss plan ul pio,
nortlonal represent illon, was brought up
again nml laid on the lable for the second
time The next meeting of the committio
will bo October is.
SWII'T 110. CO IT.
American ami riirnlRii Labor Drgnnlr itions
Will llo Axkid lo ludiiri II.
Tho liojeott committee of tho Trades As.
senibly mado a r. port at tin. meeting ot
tno assemniv vesieiuny iim-iiiuun ,u ,
gird to the Swift boycott Tho jeport con
tained a genual sum mint of tho facts In
thi case, and it will be forwarded to tho
national I ibor unions of this countrj and
also to tlio Trades Congress ot Unripe,
which Includes Ungland. 1'i.incc and Cir
inunv, with a reiiuest that tho boycott bo
Itidoi-sed by theso labor otganlzatlons. As,
, jet tlio Ti.uUb Aasemlily has received no
.otnmtinlcatlon fiom tho bwlft I'aekiiib'
Companj leaarding tno matter.
ttll.I. DI.1.A CKIMINvVI. TUIAI.S.
Seli'itlon of .Inrors for the CmuliiR Veitr N
Tho lurv commissioners will not rompleto
Iheli woik ol belictlpg Jurors lor tho com
ing jeitr until the latter pan of this week.
This will net essltato anothet delay of a
wetk In tho trial of criminal oasis In tho
common pleas niuit Judgo Anderson mav;
pot try .m ilH cases until the criminal
docket Is cleared Judge Alden will con.
tlnuo to to civil cases In tlio district couit
this week Tho settlin, have all been mado
and It will bo an active week lu hU couit,
DAi ii, i: or mi; iu.in
lla Aimlveriiary Will lie Colebrateil III 1 M
I lly on Oi tuber U",
The anniversary of the battle of the Who
will bo celcbiated in thtb city on October
'it llnn of tho old soldleis in Iho West
who paitleipatcd lu that conflict will bo
picbeiu. 1) II Aiiihous, ot iAiivenworth,
lias been chosen chief nllleer of tlio ilaj,
and llajor i:. S. W, l;rouKht, ot thU oit,
as gtaud marbluill. Ueneial l'owell Cla
ton and other distingulslieil Kansas bol
dlvus will dellvor uddicbses.
Sirs. W, M, Collins has gone to Hannibal,
llo, to vlblt relatives for a. week,
II. S. Martin, of Oswiko, was In the city
Ueorgo Dee, of Mllford Centei, O., lias lo
cated lu lhl city,
Ileglnnlng this morning at !l o'clock and
continuing the lorn Under of the piesetH
nhool sear, a kindergarten fcchool will bo
luuMit in the lecture loom of the .Central
euusiiau cuuicii, c-u.ov. ui w,......, .-.
laud Tauromee avenue. Only children be
tween the ages of 4 and 7 will bo ed glble
to admission. The hoius of school will be
lrom 9 u. m. to U o'clock in. The utudlea
will Include numbers, foim, color, lan
guage, uceuraey end niechanlcal training
5f hand and ejc. lllss I.ou Taj lor. A. U.
of Diako Hulveiblty, Des Moines, la., will
liuvo charge of the school
Two llodlet In Oue Urine
The funeral of Joseph Frankovlck and
Mike Haukowoo took place jesterday aft
ernoon. It was a double funeral. Both
bodies were laid side by bide In the Polish
church, where short tervtces were held,
after which they were placed in different
hearses and driven to St. John's cemetery,
where lliy,vverc burled In Iho nitu criivf,
The runonii wi lu chnr,e of I lie .rllli
w. ret so p'j of till cllv, of which both
were tnimlxru. and H was the reiiupst of
tho futtpty that UUh lsullen were tilni ed In
the anie grive Mitnv itietnhrrs of the !
Ilv followid the rtnalns lo their last
I or Unit.
D(MMbl ofTlce roomss 1o Bloro ream
In Chamber of Commxrcr hulldlna, Kan
Ms Cllj Kan Apply Alex Clndlay. aKent.
( Hunker building, Kaunas City, Mo.
Ilrrinin It inter, Who l Wnnled nt Hlrh
t 111. lto fur Alleiti'il Dors s,.;lnK,
Arrestril III I Ills Ur.
I'otlce S. recant. Hurry jesterday arrest.
M Herman llnner, luted 1. jeius, who Is
want. 1 nt Hh h Mill. llo. for an alleged
th. rt of a h'.rsp The buv fell In with n
pnrt of horse traders "ome lime ago and
w i traveling over the eouittrv with them
While mar Hl It Hill, Mo, a few da s ago
lie got lot from his companions and hav
ing no monej he sold the pony he was
tl bug for a small sum to n man at HIeh
Mill The hotsp Irii'Iets iliim that he
stole lln horse and had a warrant Issued
for his arrest and suit notlci to pollen
ollkers In various cities to hold him. lie
cunie to his home In this city vostcrdnv
and was arrested.
A musical entertainment will b" given
tomorrow owning by- the Hood Templars
at the home ot Mrs Dalton, No. frjo Ml tun I
avuiuc . . . ,
H II. Armstrong Is nt Tuskahomn. 1 T.
The furnaces In the Arnioludale school
building have been completed and will be
put In uie to-ilnv. ....
Ilenjamln N-ulv, of Tonganoxle. Kas Is
the guest ot ,1 M. IJnoi lis and family.
The illand Demoirallc club will meet nt
Hrouse's hall this evening
1). 11. l'owell will teturti to-day from
Cincinnati, where he has been visiting for
n w nk. ....
Adjutant Wnlder and wife, of New ork,
will aid the locil Salvation Armv In Its
work for several dais. 'I hey will arrive
Thu funeral of Ihc wife of Klreman W.
II linker, of No 1 station, took place tit
2 o'clock jestcrdav afternoon at thu Hip
tlst church The sirvlies were attended
bv a large nunibei of friends and relatives
of the deceascsl. llurlal was at Oak Urovu
The Cltr Will AtlPliipl to Collert Uin Oc-
cupstlotl lilt by Vli.lilui; Arnsts
Will He lteilsted.
It Is olllclntly stated th it after to-day nil
persons who have failed lo pas the occu
pation tax recentlv Imposed by the eltv
council will be am slid and arraigned In
the police court If the order Is onrrlnl
out theie will surelv bo Fome arrests, as
It Is openlv staled by tnanv bn-lmss and
iirotcssloual men that the tax Is excessive
and that a light will bi nude agiinst Its
collei Hon Among quite a number Inter
est, I there Is an understiintllng and pos
blhlv a written agt cement that the will
stand together In an utt nipt to knock out
William Hailev and John Hccklnnd.
charged with felonlouslv assaulting Clar
ence liallev, will be examined In Justice
llcrr's court at 1) o clock to-morrow morn
ing. Clarence lialliv who was shot In
the head Thursday night by the prisoners.
Is Ht 111 at St. Maigants liosplt tl He will
'I he else against Johnson and .McClee,
charged with forcibly gaining possession
of a siw mill belonging to a nam named
Coach, will be tried in Justice Trowbridge's
Evangelist Paul preached at the Chris
tian Union ihureh last evening, 'lheio
was a lirge attendant e.
Tile eltj council will meet to-morrow
night in rc'gul ir session
An annlverbarj meeting will be held bv
the Baptists at theli church to-moirow
evening Itev T. i: Viitscr, of Kansast
Cits, Mo. will deliver a sermon
A nuuiner or -vrgeiiiine t.iinians went
to Leave nworth, Kas , vesterdas with the
excursion fioui K insas Cits, Kas.
The Kansas City Journal Is delivered tn
Iloscdalo by i:.igcne Miller, who will also
collect for the s line at the reduced rate of
1U nuts a week and muke his collections
tIoe of the Million Held In St. Mary's
Cllthollo Chun Ii luss of Sett uty
C oiillriii. d
Tho inl'slnn vv hlcli has been held at St.
Mars's I'nthollo chunh during tlio past
week came to a close with thu service of
last night. "Vesterdas' afternoon the chinch
was ctow tied lo witness the eonllrmntlon
cxeteltts, e ondilcted by Hlshop llogan, of
Kansas Clt'. A cl iss of boventy was
conlltmed, with the usu tl ritual, wlilch was
beautiful and Impies'lvo. Last evening
tho itgulai choir was irugtneiui il 1 in. m
bers of the Iliiw.iltiiu band The inubtt was
exci ptlonalls hood anil elicw huge
Ills. I III. TI.'.lllS.
Mrs. John Cunningham md daughter, ot
Kentucky, nriivni e.sterday on a visit to
relatives In this cits
Tho Infant child of Mr. and Mrs King
bush dlesl vtstiitilas inotulug train mem
braneous cioup. lit. Klngbiish lb at Clin
nlson, Col, and was tckgrapht d fol.
IlUb Ms i tie rtilkerson. ot Waitensbiirg,
Mo, anil Mis. Anna Uutlir. of Dillas.
Tex, who havo been the guestb of Colonel
John T Cilsp ami t'ainlls, relutned to
their respeetlvo homes Satittday night.
Mrs lleiiaco Shclcy is intit mining her
mother, Mrs J G Williams, of Clasgnw,
llo, at her homo on N'ortli Llberis sue. t.
Tliomas ! Hickox has completeel a res
lelein e on the I'ifteonth stie.t botllevaul,
and will oi cups It a an rally date.
Jose ph McCov has let tlm conttnet for tho
p tinting of thi sctuoiy for the Htu''
eltttts to bo useel lu the audltutlum of
tin: w. icii AD.irsir.it.
In In a Man Whine Dilliutn Work Keepilre
I.mge l.xpiilcnie mid Miith .skill.
Trom tlm New York Htm.
Pel haps tho most highly skilled ntul
best paid men In tho vwitclim.iklnn busi
ness mo tho watch adjusters. One nil
ju.ster In a great fuctojy used to te
oelvo $10,000 u jenr
Tho mljiistcrH voil Is one of tho 1m
poitnnt plumeiits of cost in the making;
of u lino watch, ntul a $10,000 adjuster
nhiuilil bo competent to peifect any
vvuich, vvhatover lib delicacy nud cost,
Il is tlio business of tho adjuster to
tiiku a new watch ntul catottilly go over
all Its parts, lilting them together ho
that tho watch may be legulutetl to keep
ill no uccui.itcly to tho finctlon of a
minute u month. Hi'trulatlng Is ,i very
illllerent ptoccss freiin adjusting; nml
much simpler. A wtitoh that ciuinot bo
legtilated so as to keep uiciiiulu t lino
inn v need tho hand of the adjuster, and
If It Is valuable tho owner will ho ,u.
vised to have It adjusted. Them uro
watch ndjiiateis In Now Voik working
on their own account and oaiulntr veiy
To tho adjuster every watch that
comes iindei his hands gets tn have a
clmiactir of Its, own He knows evciy
wheel unit .screw nml spindle that help
tn lonstittito the watch, llo knows Its
constitution na a physician knows that
of an old patient. He can say what tho
watch neeils after an accident, anil can
ntlvlsu ua to whether It Is vvoith ml
justing, No new watch can bo depeneleil upon
until U litis pnbseil thiough the hamls
of tho aeljusler, for however ndmlrnblo
tho Individual parta of tho woiks, their
peifect balnnco lb to bo obtained only
by such study anil experiment ns It Is
tho business of tho adjuster to make,
The ndjusler Is a highly skilled me
chanic, with wide knowleelge of his
trade, and the utmost deftness in its
"Hie llct I'lll 1 ever uteel," Is Hie frequent
remark or putchasers ot Carter's Mill f.lver
I'lll When sou try them sou will tay tho
1 lie Hut Were Cruel.
Haracuse Post: She was a small girl,
but quite large enough lo reason and draw
logical conelutlons. In her father's back
sard a bwauu of bees was kept, ami they
sec und espeelully hostile to the binall girl
One day they stung her over the cse, and
there was a bwolleu little face for u whole
week. The next week they btung her on
the aim. and llnully her cup of sorrow
seemed llllcd when she received another
sting on her leg. As the mother patiently
applied the usual remedies to the last
wound the little one sighed and bald-
' It does seem to me, mammu, as If there
was no Kood place on a little tlri for a
beo to sting."
ROMANCE OF A MINE,
ItCAI.ISlIC MIIHIY DC I. in: IN Till.
PA I'll II) MMiltAs,
Mrlinrholy lnlp of the (Inner, Wlio.e-
.Mind llrimiip D.rniiRid In Ills Ah-
Mirlilng Pursuit of the
Prom the San I'rnticlwo Chronicle.
Among the Items of hew crowded I tit d
the shvp nf a innni letter from mi e . I
tlnw resident of !larlpoi coimiv Is n
refeiein-.. to the "lllilu nun. ' In the Kin
erul upheaval of the milium liliitrs u
that loilhti this prerpprts has eoln- to the
surfite'" SouwlKielv has l.npel it, t.r l
prospes tltm, or linswurmtlmr, Willi a vw
of a pmilieese, Tho llifornmtlull Is ilileli-
The "DIHa mine" hit a re ore! eit datll g I
awa Hack -not only a nnnii. lal re oil
founded on the- gton l.-l, anil n. t toiit,
but Us Kt-otesque and npalh.tlc side- as
We'll It Is located on the southern slope
of the mountain between Sherlo. k s mil
Sexton's ei.ek, six nrllrs north, rlv fiiin
the town ot Matlpoc. The ttiltie wa
ellscovertel by tho Mann brothers ah .ut
11M I'hes i-lrtitk a ikh pot k t and toiki
mil pcrhips K.cni). and thinking this hull
it all epilt, subsequent!), s, Mur it for a .
nrotlerate stun to Tom lirls, a forun r
h'HIT of the counts l.arh stiu k a
bigger po'kel, tenlMng oei lln.H'W II' ,
was ill IMS, and shortl) then .rter the
owner of It disposed of It tei a man name 1 '
Hills. Nobods knew the amount of tho ,
Slelel while' he owned It An omits dif
fered, some of the boss estimating it ni
"a linslu I ot gold" anil oth-ts averring
that It was 'a esird of mom s l'.d.s k t
liH own ioiinvl, nnd later on, about ls.O
Mild out for u rotliul sum to one of the
pioneer qirartTt inlnirs of that eoiinis li
the name of IMIU
There was no record of how nun h golel
nilt?, look out He was mi old (l.orhli
miner before he migrated to this eonst m
the ilnvs of 'IJ He was a peeullnt man,
wiry, lean, thln-vlsageel, with reddish hair
anil beard, mid a careworn, fidgets tnnn
tier. One of those Ilitle wrinkled nun
who have the stump and Un t old age
iireiiMtur. ly engraved upon their evers
llnesime'iit in cnrlj mantioo.l and ther. -art-r
maintain their stand ird, eventuills
mummlfvlng and fading out Impercepti
bly UiltJS was odd and ece entrti when at
his best He had a rhkrls old "hints
at a convenient point within the bounda
ries of his claim, and there he cooked, a'c
and slept bs himself, his nnls i unpinlotis
being a whj 1 tt'e stiimp-talbd f, ol h ier
liii and a scrawns cat, both of a elust
teddlsh hue'. In h irnionv with the beird
ami hair of their ownei, anil wah that
plnclusl elderlj expies-Jon nml lllgets Ur
as ne-arls revroilui e el ns possible Hi n
itlotiall) Dlltz hired a man, but unless II
was a case of urgent necesslts his piefer
ence was to work alone.
There were different opinions expressed
bv ihe local expetts ns to the extent anil
chancier ot the "Dlltz mine" home said
it was a slide' fiom another IimIo, some
called It a "1)1 uiket vein," while others
hi lei that It was siinpls a 'poikellode of
doubtful tenuic and extent Meanwhile the
old man "potleteil along' In his own was.
Now and then h" would exhibit a few rkli
hpes Inn us to the eelltor of tin' lo. i.I paper,
who occasionally gave him and ills it ml a
brief notice Tills was. tails In the sev
enties About this time he elevelopeil a
woikness for notoilety. I'.vcntunllv he fell
out wlt'lh the editor bes iue the lattet
would not devoto whole columns to notices
of his properts.
In lS7u the piper chnnged hands and
tin ieafter Dill hud a pie nlc In the- loc il
Held of literatim- l'ot more than a doen
vesus the bm kbone. ribs ami choice pieces
of tlte milling news of that e otinty wete
lociteei In the 'Dlltz mine," till the mt-
.slele world bit-m to wonder If his posses
sions Ine ludi'il all the terrltens of tlie ruuii
tv not coven el bs the "Pnmont gi int "
I'or a few weeks tho newspapers on the
exchange list copied or made some sxirt ot
mention of tin se notk'es, but thev soon be
came too monotonous iin.l stale for ans
taithly use, txee'pt as a st unllng Joke
among the local subeilbers who lu a (,wd
iiatuied was sled up the bill of piitlcu
lais homo time In th it same decade, about
1SS0 a man bv the name or Sw idles
"Colonel bwadlev" lie whs e ailed enllv
ene 1 the roiints vvlth Ills gorgeous pres
ence lie was a mm of Immense statute,
an Imposing stjle and unilmltel cheek He
ililmeil to be a mining ,peit, stoek-
bi-oke r and negotiator or buslne-es truns
ae tlons of mihcellaneous cli.it acter He
took Into his conlld. nc two or MarlK)s.i s
eltlzens, one of w honi was a pi.ictliat
quart, miner with goeiel common sense, and
tho other knew ill about Dili.! hiving
etossLil tlie plains with him bundles mxt
ni.iile a (oni'itlon tluoiibh a shttwil opei
utoi In New ork, with an Hngltsh s n.ll
cite, to whom the mini' was bonded tor
S'jJ.Ok) Tin's tent out the'lr experts, vho
"expel teii" it pen letli) , making h ilf a doz
en peisonal examinations and as many r -ports,
which must have been measuiahlv
s iin-iiu tors to the nsnelliatc, for their in -rrcelited
agents on thelt sixth visit brought
with them a certllled check lor the fail
Dills vtas lo re'ftive $10.0, but when ho
aw that cheek lor SUtty his soul icbelled
and he refused to slpn the eleeel Then
the.y oilere'el liim 4lt',m but he was ubdii
iiue It was more money thin In hail ev. r
elie'amed of possessing, but It hud aw ik
ened a dormant sentiment of avariee and
he coveted the' entile amount and propose!
to take it all. No little, measly M!() lor
hltn He would Ft II It himself s!(, he w.nt
to New York to s,.- Andrews (the mining
operator be'fore n fit re I to), anil kit llio
addle ss ol the Ihikllsh t ninp ins. It is ,ru
mlhed til it Andrew" did not fie! alloiiel.Vr
pleasant toward DilU Ho s. nt him to
London and gave him the wrong nd.lr. ss
Dlltz. was be wllde ml. Just think of nn old
miner, befogged and lost In London He
leli'graphcd lo Andiews, but renivlng no
nnswei iiliuiiPd to New York, where this
siiiiu "opetatur' pits id him with a Mill
ets of pilaver till In was a llu.ani ial wr. i k
ami was compelled to mortgage his prop
el ty to L'e i li.iin. .
Suuie time lu lhS7 his old time luck re.
turneel and p lid him a brief visit He
attack anothet pot kit, taking out a nug
get weighing In the tn Ighboihood of tin
pounels anil worth overJ.'.Ouo.
Since his trip to Hnglanel, "poor old
DilU," ns his best ftiends began to c ill
hltn, had shown signs of mental unsiund
iiess. He had giown cianks. eioilietly
ami ertatlc, Mispleluiis ot re tl friends, mil
with the pel versus of Incipient iiisanus.
coullelliig with people who l.n kid busluiss
capacity or weie woiklug him foi coin.
He Imagined himself not only a mining
eiiKlneet, hut a skillful Inventor, ami with
the aid ot a friend who was a filr
diaughlsmnn. and, like himself, with a
supply of "wheels In Ids he.ail," ho pitpe
triteif maps unil plats of tho Dlltz. mine
and all its suirotindln-s with roads tun
ning to iiowliete canals whim no w iter
coulil be obtained Impracticable quartz,
n.lllb absurd gold sivlnp eontilv.iu es,
and either eomplk'nteil uuchlnns "t no
possible uso. ...
With tho maps, drawings, pi ins ami sic.
Ideations, which wre mally nrtlitle mil
the big nugget, Dllu eV Co. siiirte'd foi s in
I'lMlulsio n otlli e was muted, the walls
tlecorattel with tl hniidiwoik of ihe uiil-t
ami tho te n. pound specimen placed on exhi
bition , , ,
Tho local pnper hid not been idk Sonu
lmc a column or tally was devottd lo
Dlltz and his mine'. This giatuiious adver
tising was "Co V share in th" woik, while
Dill, who-e lie.ul swam woisb and wuiso
with cull bin eit. ling notice, and who hid
Ins u promoted now lighting as "Captala
Jo.su S. Dlltz" furntshee, the Imldi nt.il
"sinews of war" Thu mining men who
cilieel to take a look mint ouillt were
naturally struck with tho im unguilty of its
factors ami pultd or iinnued at the pom.
slble lelatlons will h might oxlbt In-twee a
the maps, dlagiains mul plciures of com.
plex machines anil that bolld gold specimen.
As a fiee slmw it w.ib a suceess foi a
brief period, but the it-ntral llgmo (tho
nugget) was r ipldly worn awas by tho
Inevitable attrition of cut rent exiienbes in
clu ling rent and advertUIng. hlo llrm ills.
bOlvel In an Informal manner, tho Junior
mcmherti of the comblnu rotutnltig ro their
usitil piths of usefulli'ts. while Captain
D1U" went homo on the retired llt He
did some work lu an alrnlifs ton eit way
for several jear In Ills cl ilm, but lis er
latlo wass bee'.imo more marked, with oc
caslonal Ills of Ituohcrcnt raving nud
gns appioilmutlng the danger line
Tho tin il ctash came, when but was
biought for foreclosure by the holder of
tho mottgige. He took It Into his hl;a.l
that tho world wa arrascel against hltn.
and he le-ienUd It by declaring war against
the world Hy a commission ot lunacy he
wa luljudged to be a nunt.il wreck, DllU
his been In tho Stockton lnbano assluru
nearly two years.
Ills Dream lloeik.
Plttbbuig Chronlcle-'IVIegi-aph: "Let me
congratulate jou on the buc-cess of sour
dream book," tald Mr, Duktine to a rising
Ms dream book?" jepeated the author In
"Well. I fell asleep while reading It and
dreamed lots of things before I waked up."
Hrri ' -p Pa' us
M nJ . ;--m
LSI I i Ji t
II la II V I ill Bill nl I il
Nos- 1209 and 1218 Main Street
Goods sold on installments to all parts of Kansas and Missouri, Write for Illustrated Cataloguo.
Itll, I, I D
Did SherliT W Inter's 1 vjn rime ill llrlng lln It
tn I If. III. Limit Villi, Ii re r, Die It Vlimte I- '
When the giant T-xas murtl. rer Ul. 1.
Masteis was hanged unss the Mian .
e'onsiltiition the .ountv ph an K I e
his eso on the bodv w it' n In hand foi
bcveral tulnul'S I ma Iv lu s.n I
' He Is .it ul cut him down
'Ihe rope was beveml, and the hods was
plicid on a htretehei aud hasillv eurile.1
HIT by four of tlie sherilT's ! putles Ph.
hanging had taken plate in tie Juthtiol
or the vllhiki' bi di ring on the' Urn e.rmule
white the- murdeter haei bun u i I nn.v
a few hail wltntsMil the ti iiuoii
hanging In that counts Is reg.ueled is an
'Ihc bodv was curried to the private lab
ortlois of Sh.-rlir Winter, who-, s letuiih
fads had mule him mile h talk,. I about all
over Texas He was a quiet, n solute mail
of middle, nge whose in. .11. ul stud, s lull
bun Intel rtipted anil whose olll, la! post
lion wa the I. suit eU hW pi,ve l l an 1 n
ttlarits In his quiet th n he -pent his 1.1
lire horns In si untitle e vpetlnicrts 1 ..
tih Its wis his pet hobbs lln hniu iik
or Dick Masters hid eomi nt a tlmi w In n
the bin tilt was longing Tur a flesh -ul,
ject The ik id malefactor hud no rt 1 e
tlons ot frlenil-s to claim his buds, ami no
bodv eared to interfere with tile sheriff
Winter shut hltnsilf lu his libmuoiv
ami n move I the coveiltig from tin f I
ott's brutal taco
' Strong as a bull " he mutt, red look
ing at the reirni on Ihe lab! ' I'ortun til
ls his net k Is not bioken Lit those tools
in town linen al in- If tins will, I will
show them what silence in elo '
The sheiilT bolted th, dioi md mow 1
about briskls. making a gt. it el.itt.t with
his insirumeiits t-e veial times he went
the windows nnd peeled out. but a ilniw
In another qunrtei of town had lift lis
'Ihe .veiling shadows dp. pent el Into
night II was a nolsj town, nnd the stints
were full or rev e lets Several tlun s th.
itowds passing the shetlll's loom thought
that (Ins In aid the sounds of scuttling
and tiion than one e a mulll'd shout wis
heard, but the ple-asiire s'k.is on tin
sti.ei went tluli way without sioppltik to
on the following .lav Iho sheilff was not
to be found lu his oiliee or ut his usual
"Where Is llio old man' nuked one of
Ills elr putles, when he met the- iiias'U
"Wlir., hherilf vA lute r" lie w.nt to lil
hiboiutois with the lioels of Mist.ts ,s
te rday. and I have not m.h linn slm ,
"I don't think he eeiuld stas tli. i. .11
night with a ilea el man," said the d. pun
"He might," te piled the mivoi ' I luev,
known him to loe k himself up leu two
eliiss without food when In' was .p.n
Twelve o'eleick strtu I. and still the sli. i
Iff wns missing The iiiusor. lln dipiiev
ami sevtial eithers went to tin I ilm iei.i
'I'hev knotked once, twice, a Wi n tun s
They shunted, bill theie was no ans, i
Piniilly, afltr walling neails an hoiii this
hioko down Ihe dooi.
A sttange slglit met thedi ies
The loom wns a total wink'
The lloor vtas covere! with luok.n chairs
aud Instiutuenls, and tin lablt bad l . n
overthrown on evets hnul It wis evl
th nt that a tetilbln stiugkh hud imuiml
Slietirt Winter 1 ty on tin- Iheot stone
d. nil, ami tlie maiks about Ids ihroat
shi.wiel that ho hail bn btt.iiikl'-'l, A
f.w leet nom him las Hie dead bo Is ot
th.- felon .,
The lates nnel tho garments of tho two
nn n bole- tho mniks of a Imnl light
'I In re iiiuld In' oult eiitc e xpliuiatlon
Haste rs Iiml e.vlelentls ieilv.il, .uiel u n
1 1 gaining ions.lousn.ss and sli.nc.tli, be
hid iittnckiel the sherllf, Ignotiint nf tin
Hut that he was riss lulling the t.iv mm
who whh trslng to save Itltn fiom the
KTho'nfralr was kept out of the newspi
iiets until now, but In medical cln les tho
insslcty is illbcuss.tl with great Interest
i.i:n ham: omc rom:i i'icki:d?
I ipeileiicps of "Hob" lug" rseill nud Chmiii
ll.'liew With Ihe I lu-lit-l Inge re.Mienlr).
Prom the St Louis Post-Dspitch.
Colonel Holieri 11 Ingerboll, ruin of tlio
win hi, si liul ir, gi title man ami seeptk, Ii nl
Ills pui kct int ked in a trowd in Pcoii i, 111 ,
Hid other das In one) ot Colonel lngersoll'a
1, .tines lie sass. 'No man has, a rlkht lo
steil but eve is man who does steul has
ins ssmpaths tor eloltig so lie sets boiuo
thlng he wants lie t ikes It. It Is tlio only
was he e an get it Ills minds were made
for helping himself"
I have eliaiig.d my mind about thieves,"
said the .olullil to a lepoitci "Time I
was, olf in a sttange stnti. working mid
. xe I ting mSbt'ir to spe ik w he u I felt mole
like Hiking nips, leading and loitlngs-Jiist
foi tint sake of earning a few dollu.
"And then to bet depiivei) of all in tliat
was' 1 had a lib e big loll of giceniileks,
J.'jo, vv hie It 1 was not going to spend, e.x-
ept for my hotel bill lu auotlui pocket
was a littlo bilvei change,' enough to list
a man of ins qtlh t habits Pot fear of iic
ehleiu I had a ell it ft lor $7tl with me, as
it Isn't a cheap matte i fot a man of ms
size mid aru to get bit k awns Hum home.
It costs mo moue's cveiy time.
"I btood there in llio crowd lislclilllg to
a stump sin cell, 1 always eujos slump
bpieehtb. I can ssmpaihUt) with thu ui.i.
ur. Ho Httiuds uncomfortable', tilting him
self on ans thing that lias been put up tor
him, hpotitlng out words to a sea of faces
that look black in Hit) iliekeiing light lie.
low him, and then nil ot u Midden ho louts
hlnibtlf. His subject his carried him awayl
1 get wrapped up In a stump orator then,
I f.il witli him mid for him:
"When it was over I was the poorer by
fi',0. The speaker's argument tost mo Jtibt
a fourth ot a thousand plunktls. A filc-ml
irUd 10 console me by basing I ougltt to bo
glad it wabti'i a wliibky bottle that I was
dlsplasing to the crowd. Hut I wasn't. I
could Ii iv o got several llasks ot whisky
Chauutey Ucpew,tn whom bUs.snss como
by haudfulb, has also had his pocket
picked, '"I heso saeht races," said he, "ic.
mind me of u time when 1 was bookid for
a race. I was to bull a acht against
another sucht unit the rewaid was not a
silver cup, but u pretty hand.
"It was this was; Wo wero all visiting
in Boston. There "as a house party ami
we joimj men were rivals for tho atten
tions of a certuin very beautiful soung
woman, whose name It would be vers In
teresting now to mention. Our hobttss
owned two tine sailboats. One day she an.
" 'l am going to give s'ou yachtsmen a
chance lo sail the boats for a prUe. Who
ever wins over the Deacon course shall
leael the cotillion with uny lady ho choose'.
The ladles UughlnMy agreed And well
the men knew thut the winner would
choose Miss C who wns the most beauti
ful girl ot the season.
"I was bectetars of New York state at
the time, and hud to go home tor a few
days, but I promised to Join tlte party on
Saturday night. I was all Impatience for
Saturday, Being u. crack juchtsmsu X
People wait and wait and wait.
fingers, and they necr have decent furniture.
Smarter folks come lo us get
. . .
!l lilll(: on il t:vcr' "ccJ' "retty soon, the bill is )aid and
that much money is saved.
M w tt tmtrv - tm- MBrmMmw
lMSTI.ll I)IsnlSl S WJWKI N W0NDKI
' full lioc utso tlic HinU i n -Iovlj,Kr(ulii
ll Do nut w luw tt 1-4 unit) of l)tvl to mnk
ounpoi)r tliittt iinntufun n ii !UaUfitbtreiiffth
nnd lgor H fur on In tin r j m tie rl nr poor,
ruodrtnt Ilmlnn Is to tit nv h from the Kud
poii Mnllml lTi.tllufe D It w tnlrrful JIoiry
uui!Uiuleh tli spri liiMsMnf f tn omI ! trifiu-iIIuiU
Mm Mullcul lustltuti Ills tin trt " st nml nunt
po rf ul lt ill2er until'. It lo pom rful that It
1-t almplv uuinh rful liuu ImrtutisiltH mi inn
B' t tt frn mm In re hut from tho nn MctHm
Institute. 'rlt forilrtiilara nml tpHiimntitnK
'lhls cxtraonHniiry Ui Jtuniutor Ii tho inoit
wotnlL'rfnl ilit in i ry of tho agt. Itliat liin tn
ilonfeit hy (hu haiJIn.'Si leiitlltc men uf l-urupesml
SI ri V V Ii pun !y rg trhlo.
Hl'I.v- sttipt prumtturcticis of tho tlh
cliargo In twtnty ilavt. Curin LOST M,.V
HOOD, ron-itlp itluii, ilizrlnrsi, fulling pi ntutlun-i,
iurom twlii hliiff f thn i i h ami olhrr parti
htrengtli ni, tmlgnrutii mil tnti tin. Ltitlro
ti in. 1 1 l-iastluap u"um oth r x timly.
IIl'IlVAN tures di,illi!, m ruusrn -i, iinh
Ioni, ami tkilops n ul rtinr.s wial. urnum.
l'nlnH In flu' lnik.lon h ilu r mht stnpptil
qukUh Ovtr -,Oprl iti lhIors( im at-t,
Pri'mnturtiiiss mi am liiipitim In tin llrst
Plage It w s mpt'Jtii nf fi iiilmit hi iUhs an I
hirrtiinrss It iati hi Ht ipj ul hi twi nt ilaj i lij
the tisiMif Hmbaii. IImlaii lihii tiu inoru tuaii
Riiv nthpr runnh
heml fnr tlriiilars ami tstlmouI ili.
TAINTI'll ni.UOI) rmpiiru hlootl duo ttt
Ff rhitis jirluti i'iinh rs i arrh iu rl i H of s r
pruihtLhugi nni Ihini imiMin thr iii.tltijlii
mppc r f nlori I npntn 11I1 r in uiniiHi ill ur tt I
fiillhighalr oti an s .t a trip t I! t -prlr ls ' y
nrltltiKfor Itluuilltntk tuihi upiiv inns, f ttia
in iiso ii:iiri insiimti;,
HtocUUm, .1 it i lot ami I'lll St.,
te J ins ti .. IAU
1 rtai I'niuiirv
?h liny Mplil is ptn iiii ' T
l' cur..lnl l.H .nt.s. v ii
Cftnliotreatentithonie Joriae b imnl i i tiuii e
gi.iti i.nlt . If yult piejt. rt ii tin Ii. ruv. 'Will
tratt lo pay ruh u.l faro m, I lie t, ' I it i.u )
cbitrgc. It w.i full e i.eiri ir j, u li it tale n i i
. Ills , li.elletp Ijuln.le, lit, I .1 1 hnre It" III s lln I
iullis, Afiicemi. I'lll. lee k in luua'li s,,,i . Iln.a.l.
Mini. les. 4'... r I'.itoi.il N..ils. I litis' i
uny pert iif the I e it ISulrur I t i. " lulilim
oil(, ll Is tills Stplillille 1EI.OOD 1MIISON
Unit tTO gum mil. e. tei tun' Wot 1 it ih e i i
.lUkltlllllet Cll. .leild t lllllle'leeP IllPttOllel LO
u (let,, tt et .iiiini.l .ill. s,,, ,u . i
lllltlltll llll. 'kill III Hie inn.l I mill. Ml pi '-
Imit. tS.elll.Ulllle eeieu, I lio I to en i Ii id
kil truilts l,t,,liile p. .ml m t i - i el null
union. Atlelriss Klillv III Ml 111 ,:ie7
Mil., oil, 'IVnipl". 1 llll tj.l III.
fe.lt sure I sli oil I win
II 1 1 111
th. .11 Ii a ii VI
s nui I it I k t nut 1 it in I Unit it. i
to Pi -a tw ij w!,i 1 h i I ih ii k to
lllt.il II blllh 'I is l el ni. List ml t.
Wi ie all hum.!! . ulo n i is well as we
tolllel s We luilllltil tin 'lilt m Vlaell-
btitt s,qu ue a mult Mil oil Hi tipe-cl me,
slipped on eveijlHidys f. . t in I in I a
Bi.'it ileal of trouble, but I didn't care,
"A minute later I lell lu ms p" I" for
tlie iieiesbius hh'kel. Il was tun title
nut a tent did I h ivt, My nukwiud frh ri 1
lu getting out of the stage had coinplet.
Is e mplleil my hip poil.t.i, nUo my vest
ikii kei. when 1 kept inv .hang.-. L'L
1 lightning 1 felt lu ms wateh pocket, mil
behold' It, too, was epiptS
"I sioiipeel the stago and got out A Inn -dr.el
elollirb goni') Anil the wateh! It w
a soiiv.uir ti.un a polllieitl soiiely in i I
lovt.l It I adv.rtised, put detei tlv, -the
tntik, uud kOt a t lue of tho win
'I lie ills ms deteitlv.s wre to gel II in i
two hours Ii. fore -the Ihlef melted It i
nnd soli! the works, I was making tluu
too hut for him
"In the i . dement I tomtit the n id
rue- aud when I mrilli'd il my host,
aud the pretts woman were botli loo n r
tied lo forglvt me "
I ill.) lullttb .if Vtigillmuil le,
Tlio Ctiitury 'Hie pilnclpal pauses or
sourees of vagaboii'lage, as I underkt rod
lliem, tuns be- bilells itiupltulatcd:
Plrst-Tho love of llquoi.
Secoiul undtilubt tho Iovp of wander
Third Tho county Jail, owing to tin
prumibciioiis herding ol boss and liuniil, -s
w.imltnis wllh eiliuln.ils.
I'ouitli-The tough and roiigli element in
villages mid (owns ...
Plllh Tin' mmparntivoly Innnient but
inlstiiilded pupils of the lefoim school
'Ihougb not, proptils sptaking a e mw
of vaguboiielage, tin iiou-ciifuictnieiit of
law is its initbliig ruotliei, ami uilbguilcd
ami misapplied clnilty its luise uf opera,
tlons. The tramp ivll is not to much n
disuse as a bymplom of public Ill-he alt It
Ab bitch and all Ilu more lietause It is
such. It deservis to be more thoiouuhls In
vestlgatcel more ieasonibl iippuliHiuleel
und inoro boldls tre.iltel.
Would Nut II ue It.
Wabhlngton Star- "Voting man," said
the editor ot a comlo imper, bcverels,
"ihUr la a Joke."
"et. sir" ..
"A real joke."
"I think bo."
"And 1 presume sou want pay for Hi"
"1 d like lib equivalent "
Take It back. Journalism has a dignity
which must le sustained. Vou can't joke
at this paper's expense, blr,"
Iudlan.ipolls Journal: "I tell -ou," said
the pi'smiitio dsap ptlc. "it U JmiiObtlblu
to eonvii-t a rich man of crime in tab coun-
"You are right for once," admitted the
other fellow "lly the time his lawyers get
through with him, there isn'i any rich mau
tj' "" .(til III . -. ' f
The money slips through
what they need find wnnt and
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