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' Aan rouRTEBH
BOWSER IMS DOWN
All the World Scorns to Go Wrong
I With the Old Fellow.
HAD BEEN ROOD FOR A WEEK.
Tits Cook Know Something Wns About
to Happen, For She Could Tell the
Symptoms He Walks the Streets
For Two Hours In Dismay.
tC'opyrlght, 1907. by Homer Sprague.
Mr. Howscr hud been very kooiI Tor
ii week. Ho lintl tnkrn Mrs. Hotvuer
on n snburbnn enr; Ihoy hml pone out
in tho cvculnR for leo crown; (hoy bnil
eat on tlio front steps In tlir glooming,
nnil he hndn't cussed the street ppd
dlew who were yelling nt the gale.
The cook hnd burned her linnd and wns
behind lime with the menls, hut not
ono ulngle cotnplnlnt from Mr. Uowncr.
A M-nler pipe In the kitchen hnd hurst,
tout he hnd got a plumber nnd pntd Iho
bill without n murmur. The cook
couldn't help but notlrc the change,
and In nn nwetl whisper she snld to
"Don't think mo Impudent, lnn'tun,
but that's Jnt the wnj my Hlsler'H litis
band wns tnltcn before he hung him
self. I don't like to neo It. It Isn't
"All husbnnda hare thelrv streaks,"
replied Mrs, tlntvacr, with n smile,
i "Yes, pel Imps they do, but I cnll It
tinonnny. t hope you don't come down
to brenkfnst somo morning with your
throat cut from ear to ear."
Mm Uowper hnd been married long
fenongh to rreilbe that there wns node-
"who in tuumjbii fcOTT THAT oatk
pending on n south wind and wiih
rendy for the chmige when It came,
Mr. Bowser left the liouse one morning
lifter kissing her In n most loving man
ner nud cautioning her not to over
work during tho day, and at 5:30 p. ui
ns she nnd tho cat sat on the front
steps watching for him, ho got off tho
car at tho corner. In un Instant huo
knew that tho change had como. Ills
phoulders were, hunched up and his
feet dragging, and ho looked nrouud
as If hoping home, ono would step on
bis coat tails. Tho gate was open, nnd
lie scuffed In and ascended tho steps.
No, there, was no mistake. He had
fallen down. His goodness hnd do
parted. "Who In thunder left thnt gnto
open?" ho dmnnded ns ho pnsRcd Into
"Why, I think tho minister did. He
((VHP hero calling nbout an hour ngo.".
"Then ho wnnts to learn what gntea
nre for, and I'll tell lilm so next tlrao
I see him." ,
"Dinner Is nil ready," said Mrs, Bow
ser ns she Joined him in tho hall.
Scores tho Minister.
"Humph! You mean that somo old
frazzled steak nnd watery potatoes
nre to bo set before me. We haven't
had n decent meal In this house in
six months, though goodness' knows
tho running expenses arn tho uniiie ns
If wo kept n lx)ardlng house, Tho
idea of a minister of tho gospel going
out nnd leaving n man's gato open!
He probably hoped u lot of cows and
bogs would get into tho front yard.
"Wanted to splto mo because I don't
come to church oftcner, but we'll see
how it turns out. Whero la your old
"Why, in tho basement dining loom,
"Oh, 'tis, eh? I didn't know hut
le were to cat it on tho front steps,"
It was n good dinner nnd u well
Cooked dinner thnt nwnlled lilm, hut
bo found fault with overy dish In ro
tation and finally broke out with:
"Mrs. Howscr, why do you keep
Buqh n bow legged, knock kneed, club
.fooled woman In your kitchen? Ileru'o
nt least three dollnis' worth of food
pot tit for rats to eat.'1
"And on)y yesterday, wheu I told
you that she might leavo us, you told
me to rnlso jier wages $'j n month
You snld she was the best cook that
"Never snld n word of tho kind!"
bo Interrupted. "You can give Iter no
tice to skate. I'm n patient, long suf
fering man, but 'here's a limit."
'i'jte dinner wus llnally finished, and
they went tip stairs. They had huid'ly
reached tho sitting room when Mr,
Botvwer yanked off his coat and
"By the beard of my fnthcr, but
jVh&t In blazes alls this collar of 1111110'
)t (ian been sawing nt my thrcut nit
dim. I've got mole linn four million
(Vllfit'fl in (no liouHo, find yut I must
lid (iystortHl thla war."
Wr BWr stepped over and looked j
nt his shirt collar nnd then stood back,
with n smile, mid said:
"Tho inundrymnn mndo n nilstako
nnd sent you somo boy's collnr for
0110 of your evil. This Is No. 115, while
you wenr JO. How on enrth you mnn
nged to button It around your neck Is
11 mystery to me. It's funny how you
should pick that one out of two dozen.
Why didn't you"
"Oil, why didn't I do this nnd do
thnt? If you were like other wives
j on would Iiqvo seen It. (3o nud tnko
a look at my hnt out there, will yon?"
"What's the matter with tho hnt?"
"A spot of red pnlnt ns big ns my
hand right on the crown of Itl 1 must
Iiiivo presented rt pretty spcclnclo to all
tho people! No wonder thnt one old
dozer nfter laughing in my face want
ed to know if I'd run ngnlnst 11 bntbor
Wears the Wrong Hat.
"Tlint Is your painting hat, and I had
It hidden nwny on n shelf. You must
hnve hnd to spend ten minutes looking
for It, and there you hnd two good ones
on the hull tree. You nro n very care
less man, Mr. Howscr."
"That's your usual song," ho growled,
"but will you tell mo why you can't
stay home now and then nnd darn
my socks? Uoth of these have got
holes In the heels inrge enough to drlvo
n dog through. Is It nny wonder thnt
I have corns and bunions nnd hnvo to
hobble nbout llko un old turkey with
"Will you plcnse take off your shoo?"
"Yes, I will, nnd I wish that all tho
husbands nnd wives on this block were
here to see what I bavo to undergo.
There! Do you see them? Holes, Mrs.
"Where did you get those socks thla
"Out of tho hock bng, of course."
"And In the lower drnwer of your
dresser nro nt" least six new pairs you
have never had on your feet!"
Mr. Howscr wns tnken nback for n
moment, but soon rallied and said:
"Hut what can t husband expect
of n wife vthoso minister leaves tho
gnto wide open for strny hogs tb como
In nnd root up n thousand dollars'
north of flowers. The gas bill ought
to show a decrease of at least a dollar
this month, hut you've kept the burn
ers going night and day In your ex
trnvngnnl way. and the bill Is probably
$3 more. Hy .John, but no wonder that
a mnn on the enr the other day asked
me why I didn't get off the earth. I
thought he mount It for nu insult, but
I see now thnt lie bad been studying
my face nnd be pitied me. He realized
thnt 1 must long for rest!"
"And If you meet hlin again," snld
Mrs. Bowser as she reached for the
gas bill on the mantel, "you might
show him that the bill for this mouth
Is only half what it was for tho pre
"Humph! Some hocus pocus about
that. I suppose that front iloorMl Is
out of order again by this time. You
enn't lie satisfied to press the button
sumo ns other folks, but you must jab
at it with n crowbar. Tlfty dollars to
get that lufeiunj bell fixed again!"
"It has been repaired Just once in tho
last three years, and the charge was
50 cents. The hnttcrJcs hnd run out."
House Repairs Too Much.
"Hut didn't tho cook say something
n day or two ngo nbout the lock on tho
kitchen door being bioken? Of course
slio did. Took a hammer and stood
there deliberately nnd pounded nwny,
nnd you encouraged her. I nnt down
this afternoon and figured up that tbo
repairs on this house nolely on your
account coat me $1U,00 a year,"
"They don't cost n thousand cents,"
replied Mrs. Bowser. "I hnvo tbo bills
nil llled nwny, nnd I looked them over
Inst.week nnd found the cost less than
$5. Twice you have blown up the fur
nace, and three times you have busted
water pipe, but I am not responsible
"But I'm telllnn you that you have
bought nnd wasted over liO.OOO dozen
clothespins In J he lost twelve months!"
shouted Mr. Howstr as he brought his
tlst down 011 his kneo with n bang.
"I have bought Just four dozen, and
all but live tiro in tho basket now.
Como down nnd look."
Mr. Bowser had no ense. Ho know
ho hndn't when ho begun. Ho had
been met at nil points nnd defeated,
nnd his only iccojirso was to clap on
his hnt nnd start off with tho observa
tion: "Driven from home! Driven from
my own fireside by tho extravnganco
of my wife! Driven to tho river to
But two hours later he softly enter
ed the house nnd crept Into bed with
out n word. As ho wnndered tho
streets two tramps whom lie turned
down took nfler him nnd rnn lilm to
his own doorsteps nnd chilled his blood
with dire throats. M. QI'AD.
''My farver knows 11 few things."
"Garni My farVor knows fewer
things tlmn your fan or knows."
One at Least.
She Yoil nre Just lko all tho ihen
yoti would not admit that you over
inado.a mistakOjto jigre yonr life.
He As If I hndn't told1 you tlilm and
ttnio again thut iho mistake of my life
was In marrying. youlOlhclnuatl'Kn"
' M ' l '
THE MARON DAILY MIRROR, SATURDAY, AUGUST1 10, 1907.
Judge Hoke Tells What He Has
Done the Last Three Years.
HE HAD. TO CRAWFISH AGAIN.
Tells His Hearers That the State Is
Trailing In Mud and That Men Are
Looking Each Other In the Faco In
Shntno and Humiliation.
CopjrlKht, 1D07, by C. U. Bulcllffe
When n constnblo had kicked the
dogs oilt doora and ghen the China
men present ft wnrillng thnt they
Would be thrown through the window
If cit light making nny wort of disturb
ance, .ludgc Hoke aroso and folded his
arms nnd snld:
"When tho fiee born nnd pntrlotlc
electors of this county of Blue Hoss
elected the undersigned to the olllco of
Jestlce of tho pence It wns with overy
confidence thnt every Individual would
hnvo all tho law allowed him. I was
ihc proprietor of the Itctl Dog saloon
nt that tlmo nnd am yet. I didn't
claim to know nil tho lino p'lnts of law,
THE TEJJDEnnST BORT OF A TENDERFOOT.
but promised you to uphold tho legends
and ti editions of glorious old Wyoming
to the best of my ability.
"I wns elected by an overwhelming
majority, and I have been dispensing
Jestlce for the last three years In hunks
nnd chunks nud lumps. It may not al
ways have been law, but It has been
Jcstlco as far as I could make out.
"On tho way from tho Bed Dog to
this court this morning the court was
cussing nt every stop. Jest nt the pros,
cut minute the court has tenrs In his
eyes, nnd ono tuno on a hnnd organ
would make him weep. The bnnner of
our stnto Is trailing In the mud. Men
nro looking each other In tho fnco and
turning nwny their bends In shnmo and
humiliation. The word 'Disgrace' has
been writ In largo lotters ncross tho
fair name of this commonwealth, nnd
even tho kyotcs In the hills can no
longer look n tenderfoot In tho eye.
"Listen to me, sons of tho fathers
of Bunker Hill. Over thero by tho
winder sits Arizona Peter. He has his
hands In his pockets and n look of
triumph on his face. He struck this
town two years ngo. He had two
guns nnd a reputation as a man killer.
Ho looked tho part. None of us dis
puted It. We nil stepped high nnd
softly when wo passed lilm, and no
ono dug nu elbow Into his ribs.
No Spring Chicken.
"I am no spring chicken, ns you
will all ndmlt, but I must tell the truth
nnd say that I took care not to rojl
Pete. Whenever he called for tho
drinks I chalked' It down, nnd when
ever tho chnlk uinrkn got too mnny I
rubbed thera out nnd begnp over ng'ln.
Yep, I took him for n mnu of sand.
I was sure ho wns nil In. I didn't
turn nway fiom him, but I always
hoped we wouldn't hnvu to draw on
"Grent similes, but when I think of
tho numerous times ho tins snt In
tho Bed Dog nnd bluffed our crowd
down I could howl with sorrerl Ho
lins lied nnd bragged nnd boasted, and
wo hnvo snt thero nnd tnken it nl,l
In nnd forced a smite!
"Who skeered Jim Williams out of
"Who told Watt Taylor to get n
move on himself?
"Who hnd nu nco up his sleeh-e whllo
"Who has been tho terror of the ten
dorfoot for fifty miles around?
"Who has talked of starling a prl
"Who lias been ngln n rnllrond nnd
civilization nnd bonsted that Iiu would
"Kciio dou't nnswer, but I do. Ari
zona Pete is tho critter- that thing sit
ting over there with man's clothes on.
Xhieo months ago, its you will re
member, ho started to go over to Jack
pine lo kill n man who had doubted
his veracity. On tho way ho meets
up with n tenderfoot tho tcudorest
Foit of n tenderfoot. Ho ivas n cross
eyed, bow legged, one lung son of a
gun who had been sent out hero l)y
his inn to got somo burs on his coat
tnlls. As they meet Peto seen it's n
good chance to uinku sojuo bbodie, hud
ho yells out lu that bull volco of his;
" 'Hands up or you avu a dfcatl niUii!'
" 'What's tho row?' asks tho ntranger
in an easy way.
"'Shell out or I'll bury ye!' -
"Tho stranger otter hnvo gone to
Blinking and ttemblllig, but ho didn't.
Although ho wrfs kivered by n pop ho
mndo a lightning draw and jnkdd Pete
across, the check wljh n bullet Ypu
enn see tho tear (lieio now,
"Feller patriots, do you j:ndw what
this lwly -terror,, tula- man killer, tills
two-gun fighter did? Yes, because you
have heard It all .befote He turned
tall llko a ynllcr dog and made back
to this town nnd busted into my saloon
with his eyes ns big as sassers
"'What Is itfsaya-I.
'"I've been felbnliitisly assaulted on
tho hlghwnyl' saysfyho,
" 'As to how.?'
Knejs Grew Weak.
"Ho told mo tho slory, and my knees
grew weak. 'J'hfhk- of tho icpiitntlon
of old Wyoming l5eTng Intrusted to
such n critter ns tiial! 'I nlmost got
down on my kuees ns I begged hi in
to go hnck nnd eJtlier shoot or he shot,
hut ho wouldn't' move n foot. What
ho wanted was Jestlce, and at last I
hnd to give It to him, The tenderfoot
didn't wait for ' tho constable, but
walked Into townwith it gihl on his
face, and give hlssoff up, At the trial,
when the truth cnnie out, I let lilm
go free nnd sentenced I'elo to flvo
years In slnlo ptlson
"Is theio n irinn within n hundred
miles of this shnnty,;who will sny thnt
I didn't do right? Wjisn't 1 preserving
our customs nnd traditions? Wasn't I
helping to make this n state that men
of sand would j;qmo to? And yet
nnd yet, men of Wyoming, what hns
hnppcned? The1 filgher com t has re
versed on tno nnd ordered 11 now trial
on the grounds tftiitjj hadn't the legal
authority and that, Roto must hnvo n
new trial! -
"It citn't ho done. It shan't bo done.
I'm telling tho prisoner to pick up his
hat nnd wnlk outrjf thnt door, nnd
while you nro walking nfter him nud
expediting his gait To the best of your
ability I'll tako irsmoko nnd look the
other way. A higher court may rule
on a pint of niy.rw liud find mo lame,
but when n higher-court bucks up ngln
tradition It mtfst "Efawfish or tnko tho
consequences of.,11 rovolutlon."
Ten minutes Inter, when tho audi
enco wns oncofTnoro seated and bad
got Its breath b'nclr, Judgo Hoko laid
his plpo nsldu nud suld:
"Them's another, enso of roversnl.
Over thero by tho stove sits Jim Wa
boo. Thrco months ngo Jim comes
running to the ItedVDog nt night nnd
wants Jestlce. -
" 'Whnt nbout ?snys I.
"'Agin n hnHXbrccd who has Btolcn
my broncho,' holmyn. ,
" 'Did you seo him dolt?"
"'I did.' 4Jp
"'Wcro you heeled?'
"'I was, but I didn't want to take
human life when there was law In the
Disgrace to His Mother,
"We haven't known Jim ns a holy
terror, hut wo hnvo always given bhn
credit for Hand.' lie hasn't even brick
dust in his crawHe'i n disgrace to
tho mother who boro lilm. Ho stnnda
right there at tho door of his tent and
sees a half breed rldo away with his
critter nnd nover fires, n shot! Holy
smoke, hut the disgrace of It! The hu
miliation tho bend bowed In shame!
"When I couldn't got Jim to play tho
part of a man, I Issued n wnrrunt nnd
bad the half breed arrested nnd nr
ralgned. Ho smiled over It. Ho wink
ed at this sacred court. Ho was dis
charged, and Jim wns sentenced to six
years. Some shyster lawyer hns enr
rled Ids ense up. nnd'-now I am told
that ho must bo tried ngin, Not In
this ycro court-not lu n thousnnd
years'. Ho must tnko hlssclf off to
somo other spot somowhero whero
they don't care for tho honor nnd
glory of Wyoming. Tho higher court
may bo right according to law, but this'
yere-court Is right according to Jestlce,
nnd tlio, prisoner may depart. About
twenty of you fellers depnrt with him
nnd seo-thnt the fnrowelt Is properly
rubned in. And now tho rest of ns
will ndjourn sine die, nnd such of you
ns euro to seo the dog ilght thls'dftor
noon will find tickets' on salo nt my
saloon, nnd with overy ticket sold goes
a froj drink." 1 M. QUAD,
Always nt it.
Teacher-There Is a difference In the
meaning of tlio wordi "vocntlon" nnd
"nvocatlon." "Vocation" is what ono
does all tho time. His .'.'nvocatlon" Is
something aside from ono's regular oc
cupation. Now to show that you un
derstand the difference tell mo what is
your father's vocation? -
Pupil Smoking a plpo. Boston
Disadvantage of the 'Present Modo of
Marie Is in the mountains,
The pierlous Itttla iloye,
And she is iM Jape wrltesme)
Over her head M .
And Dafnya nt tljcjpea shore j
Hno'a getting awTM'tin"!
Upon tlio bencli'shWIounilng
Over her !lmbsip&U
n 1 t 1
And Myrtle's onHhoipralrlos
(A tllll. rmtlllnilmltiaaV.
OUitliiorB nlifi'n lnivrJinl.ll
Over her kneeaffr
Afirt father lnrtliecity.
iIo'b htistllnir HttFddj'oubot.
Voat man .TlnfjVsay'thatha Js
Over hin car l," " ""
,ir- -jr, p, ritjr.MiJJfclnlant
1DDP1C0 UGH FETE
EVERYBODV THEFIE BAnKED AND
vonaT GOT PRIZES.
Pittsburg Klda and Tholr Wheezy Par
ents Bray at Lawn Party
Medicine Is Featuro
PlttBburg. "Mrs. W. H. Parker, of
Qrnnd View nvonue, Dua'iosno Heights,
tendered n whooping cough lawn foto
tho other ocnlng nt Iter homo In
honor of hor Ron Qoorglo, who Is
suffering from tho' dlsonao. Over a
scoro of his little friends attended,)
an or tnem similarly amicteu.
This bona fldo society noto wns sent
lo tho iiowspapcrB horo for publica
tion, Plttsbuig Is suffering from nn epi
demic or whooping cough, and overy
child on Duqucsno Heights ban tho din
enso nnd mnny of tlio papas nnd
muinas of the children hnvo It, ton,
Tho youngsters get tired lcmalnlng In
tho house, nnd as physlelnns dcclaro
that outdoor exercise is tho best thing
In tho wot Id for Whooping cough, Mrs.
Parker decided on the lawn fete.
Tho pnrty wus a whooping success.
Everyone piescrit whooped, somo or
them until they were red lu tho face.
To ndd zest to tho nffalr, MrB. Patker
offered prizes to tho boy or girl who
whooped tho longcbt and loudest nnd
a booby prlzo for tho imo who only
Thero were many complaints when
tho prizes were awarded, nnd somo
of tlio unsuccessful ones claimed that
the winners had nn ndvantugo over
them, ns thoy had had tho disease
Lunch wns served to tho music of.
barking. With tho lunch Mrs. Pnrkor
served a mild mixture of tho medicine
which every kid on Duqucsno Heights
has to tako about every live minutes
lo keep from whooping IiIb head off.
It wns only by tho liberal use of tho
mlxtuie that somo of tho youugsters
could cnt at nil.
Many of the little ones wcro nccom
panlcd by their mninas, who hnvo con
tracted whooping cough from them,
and tho nffalr was such a big success
thut soveral of the mothers who at
tended nro arranging to give return
Man Had Two Appendices.
Cumboilnnd, Mil, Dr. George i.
Cnrdcr, assisted by Drs. Henry a
Walles and William U. l'Vmrd, lias re
moved two well developed nppoiidlree
from Oeorgo ItlckonborK, nged 20
years, of near Brunswick, Md. The
operation was unusual fiom tho fact
that tho man had two appendices.
Both wcro diseased. The regular ap
pendix was perforated In several
places and the second appendix
showed signs of docuy. Dr. Carder
has operated upon C19 cases of ap
pendlcltls, but ho has never seen or
lieaid of a case llko this ono. Hick
enberg Ib on tho way io recovery.
"NeW Citizens" Break Record.
Washington. All immigration ice
ords in tho history of tho country
weio broken by the nggrcgnte returns
for the fiscal year of 1007, which end
ed on Juno 30. last. The total num
bor of alien Immigrants landed In
Amcrlrn during the year was 1,285.
349. as ugnliifit 1,100,735 during tho
llscnl year of 1000. Tho Increnso wan
about six per cent, ovor tho greatest
number of Immigrants .that ovor nr
rived In Amorlca heretofore in a Bin
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Jft NWWipw v .,fM
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Prcscntinft under ten acrc3 of WATER-PROOF TENTS
1C00 RARE AND COSTLY WILD ANIMALS.
DOUBLE HERD OF ELEPHANTS Ponderous Performing Pach
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Exhibitions of Riding, Monkey Drills, etc., and a band of Sioux
Indians in Scones of tho Far West.
Tho Latest Foreign Novolty- MR. JAMES DUTTON AND
COMPANY, Grand Spectacular Riding Act. ,
THE MINERVA SISTERS' Wonderful Aortal Iron Jaw Act.
ROBINSON'S School of Wonderfully Trained Menage Horses. 12
20 MALE AND FEMALE RIDERS 20
300 DARING- GYMNASTS-Nimblo Acrobats and Talented Acrl
alists. Tho pick of all Arcnjc Celebrities.
FORTY MERRY OLD CLOWNS.
GRAND $300,000 STREET 'PARADE.
3 Miles of Gold Bjdcckcd Wagons and Chariots, Prancing . Ilorsoi,
Dens of Raro and Costly Wild Animals, and Including tho Season's
Newest Novolty, a Quarter of a Million Dollar Rcproductlo C tho
Baltlcships of our Navy.
THE GRAND MUSICAL BALLET-COO Men, Women and Ohll
drcn in the Cast.
THE CELEBRATED BANDA ROMA of CO 'soloists, undor direc
tion of Antonio Olivcto, give ono hour's musical program before
ii TWO SHOWS DAILY, RAIN OR SHINE.
EXCURSION RATES ON ALL R'AILROADS.
SPECIAL NOTIOE-nPcoplo attending night exhibition, in .ordor
to sec menagsric, opening spectacle and tho big acts, must bo present
not later than 7:30 p. m. , -
Tho horses, ponies and wagons loaded nt dusk aro used only in
tho parade, and aro hurried to tho next town as "Tho Flying Squadron.
Vacation Time is Now Here
Going away aro you? Of course you will want
lo Keep posted on what is going on in Marlon
while you aro enjoying yoursolf clsowhoro.
Order the Clirror
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every, day. Do not forget this boforo you start.
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