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v My Love For You Is Dead;
(Ich llebc dlch nlclit mehr,)
WILTJAM A, CALT.ANAN. 1IEDWIG Ton AltNIM.
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LE LI'S FABLES,
Did Time Way of Making a Point.
Hare and the Fox.
HOUSEHOLDER AND THE RAT.
How th King of the Forests Settled
th Case of the Qhnpherd and Wolf
Tht Devoured a Lamb Saue and
Copyright. 11)07, liy Mrflnro Newspaper
One day im the lime lay In hur form
lx feet lliulel khiuikI hIio lieuid thu
olce of the fox calling her to comu
out, nud upon rencliliiK thu siirfaoe she
"My denf friend, 1 rim oome to gle
JTOtl jtood lluWH. The foL-H lime tie
elded that they will no Iuuki Ueiour
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I am)mmmimmmimmnm iiinMMnHMwiniBumauuuaal I
FANNIE WARD, WHO HAS RETURNED TO THE STAGE.
Iu 1002 Miss Fnrtnlo Wnid, actiess, received ti.c prize lis u London compe
tlbon for belr;K "tho best dressed woman of coronation year," She could afford
to dress well, Le-liig tho young widow of Bam Lewis, the diamond merchant
nud mouey leniier, who left her ninny millions. Hho was suld to be ut tli?
time tho richest woman In L'ughiud. Sv ci theless she icturned to the stage
Miss Ward Is a St. Louis girl. She was poor, but uinbltlous foi.n stage caroer,
when she went 011 ns a chorus girl in that city about n do011 years ago. From
thera the went to New York uud thence to London, where she captured the
piaraouu kiuk. 4 ,
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You usk nio
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I J -far
And why my eyes o oft
J)u stthst dasa mei ue Wan
I knew tome oth
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I grieve to think that I
T'nd dock ich must, Urnn'8 Jlerz
Copyright, 1000, by The American
tlie limes, nil can loiiie out now ninl J
i-iipiT iiroiiiul u.i uiuch tis 3011 tileiixu j
ninl h'cl no lour."
"Uluit Iiiih liioiiKht nbout the
1 limiifcV" iislit'il the lime an sbe shov
ed no Im llimtlou to caper.
"Wh. no nil got toKuther nnd de
cided Unit there was crying need of
leforiu. 'IhliiKO lime been koIiis; the
old waj too Iohk. Under the new older
of things tlif foxes and the times will j
ctiper to brotherlj tote. Couiu out mat
uuibiace nie." '"
"SuiiiK other time, but not Just now,"
"Then jou doubt luy woidV
"Oh. not t till."
"Hut j on must uuupcct my Inteu
tloimV" "1 can't ,sa. Unit I do, but the nub or
the tiling Is this: Umlur tho old order
of things 1 knew on to be a fox, full
of trh-ks and up to Hit dodi;es, and If
)ou pmsucd me 1 kue-w that I hud to
outiuu j 011 to Mive my life As a re
funnel 1 duii't know how to tuke jou.
b"i imi Intend no 111, but until 1 see
turn my head When -e'er you speak
fort tntchuthd', pnehst tin xu in(r
en Mud Tlie lilt ter tears
-ye brmnl, Die Thrttn' rinnt fort
er way To voice the words
yen uirhl Ich furchV daa Wort
r . vs
must say My love for you
awh brirhl, Ich lie - hi ilich
Melody Co., New Ywrk.
jou gorging j out self on corned beef I
Hliall stick close to my hole and let
kuiue other hmo try experluieuts."
Morul. Where theie Is need of re
form there Is tnoie need of caution.
Shepherd and Wolf,
Having become tired of looklug out
for the wolf, the shephetd one duy
went to the llou and charged that a
hunb hnd been seized and devoured on
a ceitalu dute uud prayed that the wolf
might be put on tl 1 ill.
"It was certainly wrong." replied the
llou, "uud I will Rumuiuu the wolf Into
court and see thut Justice Is done
Come mound tomoirow morning at 10
The .sueplioul was theio at the hour
appututed, as aviis also the wolf. The
Rhcpheid fitntcd his case nnd so sur
T1IK Hlll.l'JIIilll) IITAn:i) HIS CASli.
louuded it with lamb (hops and wool
that them seemed 110 doubt of his win
ning the (Millet. Indeed, when he
came to take the stand the wolf ac
knowledged eating the lamb, but add
ed: "And over slncu that datii I have suf
fered from gastritis and the wool In
my teeth. It was the fault of the shep
hetd In not giving me time to eat my
lunch In a leisurely wny, and I pray for
damages against him."
"Hut he wuh seizing my pioperty by
violence," protested tho shepherd.
"Then he should have been on the
wutcli nnd chased me away," replied
"Hut there Is a luw against stealing
"Aud neither Coke nor Dlackstono
defines lamb us mutton, uud It was
lamb I utu,"
"Gentlemen, this case Is as clear as
mud," observed the lion after n mo
ment's thought. "The shepheid has
lost u luinb, for which ho1 should bo
jald, and the yolt has suffered 'with
al! Indigestion, for which he should be
iccompeused. My decision Is thut the
ncrouut between them Is squill e, nnd
for my time mid trouble 1 will take 11
Moral. Justice to nil,
Householder and Rax,
Tho householder, having been told
(hat (he skin of a rut was worth 11
nickel, went out aud bought him a trap
ami some cheese nud ptepared 11 sur
prise In the "ellar. An hour later he
found 11 rut In Hie trap and w-us be
ginning to rejoice when the rodent
"Do not go so fast, in the first place,
I was only Investigating to see whether
It was leiilly cheese or not. In tho net,
It was iinfulr to toko ndvuutngo of my
Ignorance nud Innocence. In the third,
by killing me you only giilu ft cents,
wlille If you wait a bit you may cup
tme sl.v or eight rats tit once nnd profit
sutllolently to pay for your trap,"
'Die householder thought It oxer uud
concluded thut th logic wns sound, and
the rat wns set at Hbeity. Thereupon
the ermlu notified ids kind throughout
the neighborhood, uud fiom thence on
tho trap was useless.
Moinl. In seeking to gain too much
we may lose all
Don't let one criminal get away Iu
hopes to convict a whole leglnlutuio.
8jo and Officeholder.
One day as the suxe wns sitting un
der his fa voi lie tree ami donating on
the mutability of things of earth he
was uplnoac'tied by un otllceholder,
"Oh, sage, 1 am In the shadow of
tiouble and would hnve thy advice."
"If Rile finds fault about vour uettliii;
homo nt 2 o'clock In the morning then !
divorce her," was the reply.
"It is not of my wife I would speak.
She cntes not at what hour I retina
from the lodge."
"Hnst thou bought n new milk cow
aud found thu amount of milk sudden
ly dropping from twelve to three
qunrts a duy? 1 could have told thee
all new milkers were vanity."
"It Is far more serious than that. O
finge. I have been holding olllce for)
ion years pusi,"
"And the ph kings huve been good?''
"Not us good as I could have wished
for, but still very fair, In the ten
jeurs J have accumulated 11 bout $), J
"The peoplo are beginning to talk
about me. Theio mo hints Ihut I have
fed ut the trough long enough. Thorn
nr6 uioiu than hints that I am crooked.
In fact, there Is a deuiuud thut my
books bo examined."
"And If they are?"
"It will he shown, Q sage, that I am
ahead or the game."
"Caitst not talk of a long and honor
'Shi td . .
I lind no thought on
IWAi iiticiii ten fticit an
K J flit
LOVK FOIl YOU IS DKAI). 2-2.
"That kind of hot ulr doesn't go any
"Are there no uewspapers to be sub
sidized?" "-Vary one Iu fact, it Is the papers
that are whacking ut me."
"How about taking the bull by the
horns And boldly demanding an Inves
tigation? It often walks successfully."
"Alas, but I fear the bull!"
"You cuu't claim to have drnwu the
money on n lottery ticket or found It In
"N'o one would believe the ynrn."
"Well, you are In a tit, for sure,"
mused the suge, "and I see but oue
way out of It for you. You are not yet
out of oUIce. The pickings me still to
be picked. Get u hump on you and
steal n second $50,000 and use the tlrst
to enable you to retain the lost."
"Aud If een then I am convicted
nnd sent to prison?"
"Why, we'll stmt a refotm move
uieut and have you pmdoued out us u
martyr tho first thing."
Moral.- Houesty Is the best policy
wnen you can't no better.
A Different Story.
"If you please, ma'am," suld tho serv
ant from Finland, "the cat's had chick-
"Nonsense, Gertrude!" returned tho
mlstiess of the house. "You mean kit
tens. Cats don't have chlckeus."
"Was them chickens or kittens that
master brought home last ulght?"
"Chickens, of course."
"Well, ma'am, that's what the cat
Fathers Hnd Sons,
Hex pa to me in solemn tones:
"Such things I don't enjoj
I Kialy Bilave thut you should riKhl
Thut model little tiuy.
, "For he l uod and dous what's rlsht,
And litj Ih just and fair,
And I would have you Imitate
Ills Wituca ureat and tare."
Then pa ho licked me gopd and hard
' And let It s ut that
And wept nrr to the Utsebull game
Where ull ll.u bleucheis sat.
And when that Just, fair man cried
l'u ion up with tho hnst
And holleud with his might und inlr
To lynch lilm on a post.
-McLanduurah Wilson In New York Sun
Not Even 3t. Patrick.
Angty Scot- Look here, Mr. O'Brleut
Vo the verru greatest respect for yer
countiy, but ye mnuim forget UiIj: Ye
can sit on 11 too, nud yo cun sit on it
Hhnnitock, but O iniiii, ye cunnu sit on
In ths Near Future,
"I'm awfully frightened way up
hole," said the fulr young thing In the
"Worry not, Clarissa," replied Har
vey Qllhocks, "Your fears uro ground
re talus a pic ttiro still Of
ten trag' ich uoch dak Mid Von
tlint I have 16ft
Its ii(i die La
to fill Tho
r.r fillll, Nell
HW 0 P-'
tlmt bright day. AVIieti you and I
je item Toy, Ala mem
"A Good All Round Man."
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Miss N'ouetto Comstock mudo a success on the stage very early Iu her
career. tJho Is n native of Albany, N Y. At the ago of sixteen she first
appeared as u professional in Iioyt'H "A Hole Iu tho Ground," oue of the
farce comedies so popular In those days. Her progress wus rapid. She w
with Isat O Goodwin and other prominent actors, uud while playlug Jenal
Iluckthorue Iu Ilronso.i Howmd's well lemembered "riheuuudoah" she met
Frank Hurbeck. who played the old general. Cupid. also flayed a part anfl
this couplo vera married ut tho Little Church Around, the Corner Jafe to nio
thee Wlien fond and
dir aut al ttr
void for Iocs of
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tin wuut.il ku hehr, An
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Helen (bantei lugy;-You don't love
Dlek-Oh, I'm crazy about you.
Helon-Oh, 1 am afratd It Is a Case
of "out of sight out of uiiud?''
Dick (desperntely)-On the cdntrary,'
It is u case of "In sight out of mind.",
Chicago News. j
Doesn't It warm you when
Home one comes In,
When luck has harried him,
lloriowo your tin; 1
Vlieii a mnn.Uilnlo of you
On the down trend, v
When Iirehah tmttererf him,
Vou. are his friend.
Hut is there unythlng-
Kipilils your xlee.
Makes you as Rlndsomsly.
(Had us can be, '
Au whrn tlmt sumo man comts
Loosed from the rock,
Vuildujc h fortune's smile,
A id pa a you back?
AND HER ROMANCE.