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Slit UOAIHER KILL HER PRETTY
sum 'nx -smi m
Mrs. Maud Maynard Noel, of Chicago.
"mid perml' no child to live who waa
not perfect it blrlh HhouM a child
bworn H . t i .pi.-, or blind, or ilumb. she
,blle-re It h life ahould end at once. Ho
.''adfaat are her convictions that she
1 reedy to sacrifice her own children. If
neceaaary. Hue In a reformer who real
ly ballet, a In reform
It 1 not only with the children that
Mm. goal's lrl.au would deal, bm with
tkTNtnloal rlaaaea. with ali that torn
tot ttnd to elevate mankind. Tht aged
aiid hTflrm the hold, would be far hap
War l( a pbyelclun would Quietly end ,
e.letenee for them
TImm remarkable theorlea are ad
vanced hy . .lender, youthful woman,
who seems III Ittted to cope with the
herself A widow for her hus
M aar era I years ago he aup
hereelf and her two lovely rh.ll
Tommy and OortWM, whom he
ee heraelf willing to ts rlflce If
irnimatancea take ao ad a turn aa to
ttatwr It ta.ea.ary. Tbl. la her belief,
and the accompanying ataicment la glv
ea M she made it for the reud, rs of the
"I believe the world ahouUI rid lllf
ofthoee who arc, or are likely t,, .
daty. If my own rhildren should r
COttie otherwlae than sound and healthy
I thould consider It a Messing to re
move them without delay. No matter
what my own grief would be i should
consider that I would really be beaeflt
Ing my children more than If I pamll
ted them to live.
In my own fumlly there la an In. tarn e
Which rtaarly shows how tru. m MM
II, how nersasary it I in the advance--MBt
of the world that It should lie par
ried oat. I have a niece who has been
blind ilnce ban, and for year ha.
keen crippled and unable to rare
ftr heraelf. There arc all or her
alMrea la the family, and each
rear I ran aee the line, ,,f Mir.
row aharpenlng In their faces Not
oaljr la the unfortunate f
void of happlneaa to heraelf. but It l
tbe source of positive injury and injus
llce to her sinters and brothers i
would have been an a I of kindness if
the physician alio attended at her hlrtb
had removed her from t hie world
MYSTERY OF A MINE.
Teapls Who Kaler II tail i.e. not
Thi-lr II. ..I.e. II II,.-i I
Krom Ihe Hiiiie iMiu.' Miner: "In
this line of work we come omasa some
carious accidents and n.irrow escapes."
aald Iteputy Mine Inspector Krnnh
the other night "One Hill,.:
ir long ago. and tint is how
ahas to kill a man sotnei
le thread of 111-' II
I SMI fall , ' fellow
said th, Q
vas ao mm h
law narii v ....... .1 f-i
... . . "e WHS
ami naif ejpecle.1 to
K-..e , (n.. ,,,, ,,. -
on and f,ln( hl" '
" Plcke.1 up , sup,hJ "h;n,h"
' the bl,e mm lo IhT h . lH""
- the fee, .m!,u.V'h:.h""' I
pressure of th, air
I ' IM'0les the
"(on ihe heel on..
counier acts ss
a t ... i ii....
er . Sa, ,,,.. , , ,""'' "
i accident in whi.-i. "'-''"
-nd anoihe h.
"V1 "' f laid 'SSaa'
irork me while w lh ' ' ; 1
wnted to commii sulc.,.. wJSd'fJ
there to dti II i a,...'. "ssaiu K,,
more easily ',n'
tarn ., affor,. ... . " ..",rwwff-!
lie. fe . .k relH-
Ufs a wo--. " 7. . " r,,f,y '"l.atch.
....... , . ,,, H()
y people who
ill.,.. s -
B. 71 T ml1"'" ' ne passage
that Is three miles l..o. .. . .""",""',
llf II,.. , . ."" "onie
II re II la to It " "eeill to
- - .s Hl't-g
l..k , ' " there Is a
lathering of moisture .i II . . " Z
m in ,.e f tkaa, ( h.m "1
- "T mi. arall. i...
H wl.h an undu.a,,,,, m ZZnl
r. That dew n the walls . while
h nnd .he dead .lr (h). h,
I. I...,.., I. ... w-
.".HO IS IIOIS.II,,lllM I..
,,,,, - a.... "'
It li'l' III ,,t .1
lore long he la alseen .n.i .i ... I m,k'
, .i -. .. '-am i ne I,
7, so inose s.v h ft..." "
hi.,, In. ' . oeen i
I ""i mi,- ,..,. u ...... .
nt Ik. . . ' IO fh,.l
Li.... .. . ! ".e.er ner whose B-a.
rTV..,n"M Arctic anw e.ldU..
innns, for unless h.d..
M no awakening. If, however. 1st
. espu.rer f ,!., ,,,,,1,.,
' """""iw reall.ea his danger
' nnd manaite. to alngBer out in
f ''h air. he hat an ......i
'f" which innv ra.iu, ki... ..
. .. . - ...... ii.
"ot remain laalA.
Hla tllil niltal..
; ",n , world
"In h nn f Infanta Imperfect at
birth. phyali luna ahould lw Impowared
by ntalute to uie Judgment In getting
rid of them I cannot believe any right
minded mother would object to thla
ronrae Such removal would lie a bless
Ing lo both child and parent and an In
eatlmable boon to the race. It would
aave Buffering to the weakling them
selves and untold i.in- ntinoyaiire and
mortltb atlon to those responsible for
lleebW till.-. It would limit the poaal
ble reproduction of Uielr ilke and thus
relieve aorlety of a curse. To unfor
tunates of thla deacrlptlon there la no
friend like death, and It la beat It
ahould come while they are yet In an
Insensate atat' Thd temoval of mon
strosities under theae londltlona ahould
be relieved by law from tlx' odium of
murder It ahould be placed In charge i
of reputable physicians and legally I
It la a menace to our well-being to
have a rare of erimlnala perpetuated ,
Irilota are worthless, and there ran be
lt Joy in life for thoae who are hope-
letsly crippled or deformed. The prea-
en.e of afTtl. ted penuina Is a positive In-
Jur) lo tli i" more happily circum
stanced, and wpe tally where bonds of
relationship make thla latter class re-
sponaible for the rare of the unfortun
ate.. I ho i . Hid nl I lldn :i are .irn Into
the world dally under conditions which
mean pain and misery to themselre
i anil weariness In body and soul to oth
I era to the end of their days Kverybody
1 knows thla sml everybody who Is brave
admits It aoiild lie beat to end Ihe
1 heartache on the threshold of life.
Where this has been neglected through
1 mistaken plt or Ignorance of man
kind's real rlghta at the beginning. It Is
not too Isle to do the good work when
events so shape themselves that these
unfortunate come into the bands of the
authorities Surely there muat be aom -I
way of getting the requlalte leglalatlon.
We have men who frame laws for near
ly every conceivable thing i-xrept the
vital one of protection of ihe physical
side of society, and this I something
well worthy their attention
I would also have old and Infirm gsa.
olgnancy ihai Is known to
a from yellow fever The
simple, hut effective lie-
dead, the sufferer a nearly j
luirie.l hole la dug In Ihe soft esrlh
and ihe victim la made to . and up in
It while the din la thrown In inii
him until only hla head Is
ground This draw
CSCsM at all (g.
"minon It ommand
" r"tidmother ,..,., ....
ftfji VI- ....... . " ""W
"' ".,,, ,, i
I ii in.. i.
pi. TV..i .'-inn
at a mm-ient
hundred a week.
hould landladies ob-
I .i...... .
In- i. .
I m mii
and see b- M
"2 Uirowm. 2
I mis fn .k.
a . .
r- and Kate
mr . in-
EL . m . f
r ii ne .1...
''. iila, hl.k In hoih
'" HI. .Il fh,.,i... .
- l thai f,. ,h.
swat out of us
o slight the
has done wnma
"n he, nii. ,
III the M..I.,
Ml....... . -'HO,
Is cttttf ib.n
eiorv in in
hi me arroo.
An em,.,. ""wf "-'II-.
Mi two of the h..a... -. ""' n-art
. .' a ml.er
world lo fill. 'n"""
'over an ... with . ,
N will maa Z i!Z ;S"' "n"
'mi somehow. 9 m Uin
Many . sore-eye,) m.
eye cr. S doeV:",:,
bualneas at It. 'hrlvlnc
11 ""ini. on.- woiilii nml
remedy for , my
t . . . ..
"' IO lie eve ih... ...
" ' si wtj ..am.. i,,,i
It I. I.
.. " ci.y
mmn ii,,,..., ii... ....
it limn ... I. . .a
put ihe Utgaa ., ,k "
.'till III! Hi.,, .
way , ,t T2
of the Urd. Is to .1 .1 'he coa
make ,h0 worI(1 what I . J ,'ryl"
when he cn.. " W" "k
lm?LZ2 .iK . inning
..... ,., ,a f .
thnt man 1. 1
in whichh ilv.
tfc Irnfeofc and Ifc BW Tlui
id La Km Mb
when they have teom helpless
charge, phyelrally and mentally, treat.
d in il. - i m in. ii.' i i - ' V !n funi i
whoae coming Into the world moan
I think the authorities ahould decide
the mean to be employed for their re
moval. In fact. I would auggcat that a
board of phyalrlana lie appointed whoae
duty It would lie to fit the fate of those
aubmltted to them for examination and
pronounce the method to be employed
In removing them.
Another thin which ahould certainly
lie done la to rid the world of erimlnala.
young and old.
We li.ar i.o room for 'lie I lirotlll
criminal, and aorlety ahould not lie
charged wllh ihe etpense of hla main
tenance. It. takea a fahuloiia amount of
money lo Jail and care for thla rleee of
dlareputablea. and It might lie better
.pent In other way. It la an evil to
have to aupport penltentlarlea and In-
aane asylums and almshouses when we
need more school, art gallerlee. parka
and other beautiful and elevating Be
The whole metier aeema very almple
' to me. although I am aware many peo
ple misunderstand Hie and are llalile lo
controvert my position. Kverythlng
but humanity la duly huabanded by
man, and all the uaeleaa and Infectloua
material rut away Win n a hushand
man trlma hla orchard he cuta out all
the dead and auperfluoua wood In order
that the fruit of the remaining trees
may lie more perfect The ame rule
ahonld apply to mankind
We ahould get rid of the objectiona
ble and evil b menu to the end that th,
human fabric may lie atrengthened and
Improved. We have too many ao
called reformer" ho band ibemaelvea
Into organisation for doing this and
that, but never arcompllah anything
but a little self-glorltlcstlon. Whst the
world needs Is more strong minded.
MWrl men an 1 women, who will make
themaelvea etamplea of good and In thla
.i) a itimpllah true reforms In hu
' inanity Inaleart of merely trying aim
leesly to reform things. The trouble Is
moat of our reformer are noisy talkers
or faddists and few of them are real
ANECDOTE OF M El
He t I,
- "e . bsbssj rerovr
ss few months later
me nrnily attached to M c
l!h whom he tolleborated a""
'or ihe Kramaia n- '
i i 1 1 1 ' ..... . . . .
' ' or M. (land'
"bom he Btiaiiiil ...j .... 1
om he abruntiv awia . .... T '"
r helrr Surprise,. ., ,hU "C.?
riMlim ,ouid i -umTT
' ""'"Ion "Hut aw. m ' hl
nll.,.1 is.o.. . ''"nd
' . , ' you are not
do was n
- Will Vol
It SSSWaHf I. on
'.'.f ..CT ' ' ,hn myself
T!,a( ha. nothln. .
'"Ply ask you. ysj";
h'lr- (i. : ":n "eeon,, mv
an, I mm,
aa a ria-1.1 ... j ,
-n.wered n lh.. "
ur hu l.
"""bar. J . , r- "" CtJ
lo. i .
me If i
.'".ir neat fri... .
ha . . "'
''riled hv hi
of .... .
Piece, i. ""y lie
"inlaliinsi il,., ... ...
f - r ss
about eta . Uln small
ws ceneroua even t U ,r,,,, he
IT he made i k.. 1! nd
Ilia fune,... ... " ,n" ""'re he ...
" nded hv an .u. '".
hi in VI. e- o,
.. "eiefir il
rn" and llleratu
ln art. caj.
m, . ca,
ee hor. .....
" Wife .he rlMn,. ",c"'r o.l (oh)
""-I, dldn'i llV T !:r M
," Httkiaa "r ''"garlirk
rl.l. .u. ft. . rWB
""in in, a,. "
hleycls' i)r , . '"
W.tt "rli.-k v
--. villi mbii,
.11 MK . ,
fl NMM I, mu a, . 'T'r"-- I
ny any rtstl for rea.o" , LZV ",n',
raae.-Clevei.n,, rJSS? y"r
Th. i ., mr
I think . . .
for alH.u. $i;,u,h. da,,,,,,.. (,''"r
l.uwvr "U'et'ii . .
' 'ir millfaa la ak...
I ahall ....., ...
tins- ii lltiiiArt ...
fee " ZIL'T for 0,,t
Knew . .
y H.g. Kind ..dv
IT?' k" MM
nian lo a. i
"'n with' Mr,
I'rlmm ti.v .
ionise can .... . . . "n7, or
Olrty n,gs v.. J Mn for:"'enis'
... f. ,r" nm and wi.i ,
le lo... e-nui
Wal. a. Mala. ...
halraprlnc of Wl..h .
r.i.- .. .
nc nne.i alea .. . .. "'I
inche. , Tl. ' ",ne "d of
-1110111 inch r.i
. t use and
'I'lek. It I.
HOW PL) 11
in-: in '
d .,f null
for' i i Timet are
good In l.'iah. There
haa been no "pan
ic" among the Mor-
moiis There are
ftfl few Jails there
and there Isa t a
oauper In the
r hurt h. Saloons do
not nourish In t'tah, and the Mormon
farmera seem to have solved the prob
lem of bow to farm without a mort
gage. The "beat" Mormon women are
a great deal like the "beet" (lentil
women They are pretty, well man
nered and well dreaaed. Moat of them
seem lo have plenty of money lor all
ordinary needa. They live In neat,
pretty houaea, which look decidedly
like homes. They go to church and to
Sunday school. Mormon church and
Mormon Sunday school, of course, and
give dinner parties, and act very much
like the beat women In a amall city
anywhri In the t'utted States. II U
a Utile startling to bear them talk
about polygamy. They don't call It
polygamy. They call It plural mar
riage, and they say It la not ouly a re
ligious duly, but a very practical and
useful privilege. The first woman who
told the writer, a young woman re
porter, about plural marriage, and why
she and other Moimon women wished
the United States bad not interfered
wllh It. waa a motherly soul, wllh hair
like pure silver; kind, twinkling blue
eyes, and a voire that sounded aa If It
had sung so many cradle aongs that it
couldn't help crooning forever after.
"I came out here In she said
"came across the plains In an emigrant
wagon. My first child had a clothes
basket for a cradle, and she went to
sleep to the wind blowing In the prairie
grass. My husband had ten wives.
Ile a dead now. and there are only five
of us left to mourn him 1 was very
happy with my buaband. All of ua
were happy with him. He waa a good
huaband. 1 gueas he waa happy with
us. too, though I can't say I envy a mtn
with ten wives to plesae. That's the
mistake you Oentlles make! You al
ways say, 'Oh, It's very well for the
i man!' Now. I tell you. It Isn't always
1 so very well for a man. It takea a
pn tty good man to live In plural mar
riage, and live happy."
The woman's blue eyea twinkled with
a sort of retroaoectlve m!ch!
"Well, well." she said, "thsdlan t all
of It -the happlneaa. W kormona
don't look on marriage aa a W" ''
fish right. W look upon It 1 rwtt-
irloua ilutv You know, wetaaaclleve
that the woman who rear t
children haa the highest place
en. The same ail 'Mtn
man, rules over all hlssBFFhl e,.
when he dies The moreare r, lining
he has the greater la hi Mas if Wl , ni)(
believe we were put BMss prosperous, hut
marry, and lhat
njt to lirosperi.ua as lwy would be If
be l,. , our , mm
"u Many thing. revealed to u.
"errby w, ,e.rne(,,ha, a l.rg.
II) made life ea.L, In..... . ".V "
vi '" naraer.
" 'r "iiinin Mnrmni..
---.e ,e,r own cloth li
Mormon f,rn)fr bou ,
iht .pmnuc w. i , ,h; lv;n"
r-.m and ymKlt nd tht loom
where e.r. Ave r.,M JJ
We m.ke M., rtniTn f n
nd culeive them wall We do n.
pecul.ie ellh the hoi, e.nh W, 'll
..or foodntm it .,, bJ
fa men, do not ,Ve .loaa ,,, u "
soil .ry f.rma. They w SJ
of land and aalUiaia ,h.. .. .
U ntil', tk.i. . . .
. ,i . .. ... ,
ii . riini f rii-v
ha. I.. K... . Ka. h vll..
" hall fr pul.il. n.eetm. u..o ...
ITH rflgfstl liats. 1 ..lis
i f i-enler ..t ...
. . "ur Mor
"-o ...irs no not leave the farm Oi.r
MormOB flr,. n,
her' ', ,Lh' t,l:n". mm
-ft,....-. L ' "" -"in III the
evenm, .here ,. .,H,., " -
.n, ant .he ,.,d K.ch .,,,,,.: ;
Wife la an ..li,., i ft .'
- '""i MtCff
"ton women .re hepro,P.
our Mor- I
uisir .ae' i. i.
n "le.. ...
There V SB fat s. I a.
ttonien .ft... u nomeiet.
w're no chll.lr..
" " I read o .. "
I... ... ft . - iiiiiir.,,.
World an k... Lm
f mm m
've. retpecte,, ,1e.r,;"r.l7"r
loved her P,1P..t , X
ge. her by ! m Z " ,K"""I
M ' "y common ii-.i.. .......
bsbh mm II n, .
nnrsedeach other. -..T ' nr)r
"fr each 'hey
eo n separate h,.,e. ..... . "
uier were noil, the I... '
v for .1. .... ' . : . one
' ' atta.
Ihe merely worldly i
,, .i . "" narri
l-ooked a, ,r(,m fmmlly. ,h
1 i ll'W tl urn .tdft..
lew nl..... I-
:e w,i. ,. t... . --mi ana
Thai . rcinc
--. ..,., sirurv. Tiler
r la ,1 nc i her
Ihe n-l. TT . ...
bald thla woaun, T eat a
not got at to talk
gioua part of our
ire I marriage. You wouldn't
. !'m going to talk plain
I believe In It, because 1
ttcr for women. When a
g tired, her children
tress lor atteotloa. CM I
Mother with a husband.
M her time and strength
for her children. You take a woman
In the plainer ranks. Rich people r n
get along In any condition, plural or
single; but you take a farmer's wife or ,
a carpenter's wife. Now when ber
husband's around ahe's cot to get three
meals a day. three meals a day. three
orals a day. the year round, tick or
well, bappy or blue. Sbe'a got to keep
looking out for her husband. Now It
comes pretty good news to tbat woman
to know that her buaband la golnc to
take a new wife. She knowa he'll be
taken up with the new wife for a while
and she ran get a few minutes' breath
Ing apeii Then, a man'a better to hla
wives than he is to one wife. If one of
them Is stupid be comes to her when
he wants reel. When he's tired of rest
and wants amusement he goea to tbe
wife wbo ran talk and sing and dance.
And he doesn't 'betcbel' either of them
Into misery tellng ber what she ought
to be end Isn't."
That woman was not a first wife; the
waa a laat wife. It Is aald by ber
frlenda that ber husband Is very much
In love with ber.
. All these things are not overwhelm-
CLOTHES IIAHKKT KOR CRAIUS.
Ingly amazing. Human nature la hu
man nature, and laws do not mean law
ablders In I'tsb any more than they do
in New York. Men do not marry
plural wive openly. The Mormons de
dare that ihey are a law-abiding peo
ple, but very few Mormons deny with
any great abow of severity that tbe
men wbo are living In polygamy, be
fore the anti-polygamy law. are living
In It now. with due and discreet defer
ence to tbe law. It would be curloul
If a whole system of religious teaching
could be overthrown In a moment by a
legal phrase. The singular thing, and
to most people the sickening thing.
about the situation In t'tah Is that tbe
wornssi of t'tah are almost universal
In their condemnation of the law
sgalnat plural marriages.
A BLOOMER PRt ACHER.
Delivers a Heal Hill
of Ik. . 1 V l'l
i-w Jersey oi.fatjcaa. ...
" I 11.11 iv hleiel. ..... V
. ,, lulls .illlr.l
I t. 1
alien w,,r, , ..
1 ?' BO,f ,'lnga and ru., lh .
nd "'" -hlrt A perf or. ed , ae.
I ' Stgft Ihe ...I. L..,J ' P
tm. ... ...,..e,eu m( r..
.. . . "en i
tt s r rn . aa .. a
St tat much rslta teaching.
oung peopl.. (,n .... . .. .
'ontlnued. "and ae- ' :'" ,r' "' ne
aland .h """" 'O Under-
"n to under-
brim -i.k il, : ' m" to .he
Siieh rlfwioi.. a.. . 1,1 ' e damned
lo. an... " "le church in
I I 1 1 S 111. SI . I II ... I .1 .
" ,,,,n"1 Mn. llfled lcn..r.m,.. '
1 ne ape.fcer aald th.l hl. ,
the sanctifl..,, ll l": ,n "Pinion,
. a. mm
ua wa. ihe creat-
'eiii.rkable." h. ... ...
me preacher. .Ill . ' now
-'!" the church . . "
ing wh. mm DMn,; " " - .
ln, .;"":"-- 'he time .. ,.0B1
down .nrt , a' " -P
.;.a,ee nresch.r " " '"r ,0
Mr Hut ten. etnl.inli,. ks.
tald he wat merely r. o ,0""e.
havln. i , ,. . "'" '""lo.llsm
.1. . i ,. tl...
-' nec breeches.
v Hbur llarrlton a l...,n.
; ... o, Andean "hr;;'-';
MM for divorce. While J 'j j
he met Ml.. (i,... .... IU ""' we.l
HsSwsBCwai sfsWii f
' st,M:.. tat...
.n,.,. WoIIlin . ' ' wp. a you,,.
."" "'anageil t(, ,, ., - -
r. w i , i r -. ,. -r a mie
- . ... " ' Kf ill
' (Ireencaatle where , i ,
They w,m to Aim ,n
houtekeenln. i.... u"''rf,n In
ft . ft ft
' ' chan. e
MOUSE, THE PAH-UTE.
THE VILLAINOUS REDSKIN HAS
Thai Waa a Wonder .it
Kmn Komi by a Large Pnwe. Ila He
rasest to Barranrfrr, a4 Cannes' Deals.
at lh Ijaasla of a RIB.
OI'HE the red
the Pih-IVe who
reveled In the blood
of ihe Innocent, un-
of bia hale, the de
mon who murdered
two while men In a
anon on tbe Colo
rado because a Hu
alaoal Indian bad
stolen hla squaw, the long-pursued, elu
sive Mouse. Is dead. His ran aee.
pierced with a doaen bullet boles, lleo
among the bleak, snn-s orched rockB
of the sacebruab mesa near Muddy
creek. In Southwestern Nevada. The
poaee of brave, tireless men wbo fol
lowed blm for days and nights over
took tbe fleeing savage near where they
had Oral atrurk hla trail, and after a
vela attempt to capture him alive, ehot
blm to death. More than 100 shots
Monae wtj a hardy ehlld of the dee
erf, used to long, waterless Journeys
afoot over tbe Inhospitable ssnds of
Southwestern Nevada and Southwest
ern California. Kor It was In the des
ert that Mouse was born and grew op.
That Is why It has been such a long
search such a tiresome, hopel
fruitless search. Hundreda of dollars
have been spent In travel over the da-
ert, hundreda of men have been on tbe
lookout for tbe murderer; for all tbe
prospectors in the country had heard
of his crime, all were eipectlng him to
appear some day and aak for food and
then kill the giver when his back waa
turred. So every Indian tbat came In
eight it a prospector's camp was close-
ty watcbed.end If be came close enough
bis physical proportions and bis tea
turee were carefully noted. If they
tallied In any way with the printed de-
arrlptlona of Mouse he waa either at
retted or a message waa sent to In
form the sheriff that some one looklnc
like Mouse had been seon at this mining
ramp or In that canon or mountain
All these repot U were run down and
proved false slsrms. This thing con
tinued till a few weeka ago. "hen the
rlcht trail waa struck and the rlcht In
dlan was run to earth and shot to
After montha of frutlleas search a re
h,a reached tbe sheriff of Mohave
covnty at Kingman. Arts . tbat an In
dlan had been caught sight of In the
Charleston mountains In Southern Ne
vada Thla Is one of tbe moat Inac
cessible and least frequented spots of
that sparsely lahablted region. A
deputy waa dispatched with Indian
trailers. As they spproerbed the
Moontsln across the desert valley
Mouse saw fbeu coming, snd whea
they r -it had h- hiding place he had
Is way to the
It would be most diflie..i. rr
and wher. .h. "'"ww
would he left yg
were .. etpee, a fowlnf ,
. ST-? ,h S ""d ,,w y-tu
''i mllea of
'ers quit, and
1 or promises
m to co one
My. A feud
nd so they
Here the I
no amount of talk, thn
of reward could Induce
"ep farther They at
with the Indians of the
exleted between then
Two day. Ma, ,n oM tqutw
Mors m n,s wasji punt
rk went to ber rebbage patch In th.
ornlng. and lo. . blrl?. J
It h..i ' . waa I
. -o" .HI,,-
ah. h.H "- I". "' n,nl "''. for
nla. -.. ...
twice, and now its
w " .It II II ai
n,..,.... ft. ... . "
" no i iiul. r io .....
... ..oi, ,ne Trail snd followed II hv
day and by moonlight
ror III mu.. u " ""rh-
a .... " . ro.igbeai.
v. ""'.aie mountain regn, I- ,
t T. n and on. .nd on
" , ". ' U wM mmm.
w, " T,' "-" much fanher
le... " aa " ,m llMlon lb.
--.-..a, mw,r-, V -, rriltl B It I .av
(Stilt started back In h. ..
nd the pursuer, wer. back wtll7 .
fw mile, of the Muddy ,.! R?ln"
m7T?Jr ' round.
.i-w. .. Mouse came
'ht. If. wa. Uhln
s eata In. -
He fnn.t l. . . .
r-t! Thra. hs-is- -7 9mmM
dv. ... 'n
nomine to e.t e
nil'keil un !...
flf'y Wrd of wke
rsised hie gwa
tioa from asjjj
come. H thea twrned
fast i he could. The
loi to take him alive,
shoot to hill at flrst.
hopes that the murderer
f hopeler aneea of, ' 's seapln
render acfltoose, know
ere la that un4
than to TPinter the evllal
knew of. For sll Ballet the I
kept up. and ao unceasing fa
rifle shots were fired at a
No horses were poeelble In Is
and all were afoot. ImT Ucei
would cross a little hill or a i
would stop and lire at hla
then run again. Hullet after
struck him, but still he ran.
ed. bleeding from several
ing. be fell at laat, hot raised
again on hla kneea and trad a
shot at his pursuers. He. waa
for another whea a we'l time
knocked blm over.
Mouse bad formerly Heed at t.
dy and nearly every oae In th
Indiana and whites, knew hisv
Identified beyond doabL MoawCi
Vote, and his brother, another 1
bare killed, within a radlaa
miles from El Dorado canon. Wgk
wblt men. not oae of whom fcadVl
fended the murderers In the leastt. Ak-
Vote's brother murdered a tmaf ssswVPt
rir for $0 In money. Ah-Vott watt
MOUSE IN CIVILIZED QAJLB.
forced by tbe tribal laws to kttt kki
brother Broodlnc over this for a loot
time, he murdered five white men tot
SAD MEN TO THE END.
n. nana WasttsJ
Werve Natklaf Bal Hs.ih Cull I
From tbe Kaasae City Joursgli
old adage tbat there t honor a
tblevee was proven true la tkt M
ir the laid men who infested the I
Territory snd Oklahoma wags i
ers moved Into that fertile land,"
Ed Kelley of Oulhrle. 0. T. Mr
ley has been s deputy United
marshal la Oklahoma for tsjr
and was a prominent
often gave ball
fry of "a
o... .ZZ.. .T1 me gang. ,
... ...en names ant tell the i
mmoT wno have been take
ir. nc continued. ihere
.1 III 111, ft th. Iklft.u .1
.. inre. and
"7 ve seen taken I never I
wno would ao neal on his nak
-as rain urea or a hot Th.
eputy marshals, and
uuvung mairn, and th
me worst of It. they
us and bowl with glee t
arn we wanted certain to
nai some ol
I saw one ct
ty. whea M
In him. and
el how. damn every depsjtv
uiii tee. ana swear he
anv man in tbe Terrilosw
ed If be had a rm and aa eMtl
nea tney were .hot and
tney would try to crab our
wnen we were etW , , ing u
... n.raronaoia TSty wtwlsj I
in" l.vl. hut they wouldn't
away. They nUrki a ha erf
mey too defeat like
- lie lyuntry down there
STRUCK AND KILi
nr U.ht.iB WhUm
leeilaa ttm, law
caco Chronicle: During
"r anil electric storm I...
'Ian. Torbab. ced 50 year,.
- - .I.,. oar manner. Tarl
-..ya oeen In mortal feag
-."rm .prang up and last
"a coniiun una I. .h.
hi. ft... .. - . '"I
prayer when the .tor
went up.ialr. and kn.n
v. i ist wniatie t,.s
inai lime .nd he
to th. - .- . .
na.h of lightnln. .hoi ee.l
iibiii to mow .....
Im . JJ ""'' window
" ,or'eh fell over
ooaruera who saw
hor Mil., i .ft.- .. . w
an-,.",-'"'7 01(1 10
I ' nl"' nd then.
"T lrpae. A black
' was the ,nl -. 1
,ti -. ' OB
r . ?"' N0Be f (ba
- i-e nouae felt the sh.J
'"T """"ing burned Uyoo
alsa Teaifc '
,,,., " "ruggLt ha
Sll I'. till. i, .
...h . , e.wv-,isi or aaj
with faia. ,e.,h which .III
un' nrraly a. na
ne teem are mad. of
porcelain, or metal.
V- . . ft
at 'be roots
are made, und
tooth la Ih.a.
Pol lr A
--- I'miiii, tl ur,. ,
'ed lipped WmanV
sners made r