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irish to state," said a fresh young law
Ter. rising in court, that the rumor to
the effect that John Doe, now under
indictment for murder, has attempted to
commit cuicide has no foundation in fact
I saw him this morning, and he has retained)
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"les, ince Mr. Gotrox broke a mirror
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GRAND RAPIDS. MICH,
and 105 Water Street, New York City
I A Unique
By F.-H. LANCASTER. ft
S LANCE crossed the lawn
he waa hailed by a chorus
of anxious voices: "Come
help us, Lance. I'lease
He shrugged his rather
heavy shoulders, and came
slowly toward the group
under the cedars. "What's
up?" he asked, lazily
throwing himself upon a
seat a little apart from
the rest, and leaning for
ward to bend the grass down with
his stiiT-brimmed straw hat. He did
not look at anyone as he put the
question, but Die young Creole re
plied: "It's Cedoni."
"I have nothing to do with it,"
corrected Cedoni, whose vivacity and
fun had vanished when Lance ap
proached. "Ah, but j'ou said it must be some
thing different this year."
"Oh, it's your Fourth of July cel
ebration, is it? The same old cry.
Yon are tired of barbecues and re
gattas and fish fries and sunstrokes.
You expect me to help you with such
a conundrum?" Lance spoke with
good-natured impatience, but he did
not look up. "Why not ignore the
Fourth? Xot have any celebration at
all? That would be quite a novelty
for this hot-bed of patriotism." His
last words were drowned in a clamor
of indignant protests.
"We are going to read the Declara
tion," insisted the Creole, who was
the orator of the town, "but how, and
Lance dropped his hat into the
grass and stared at it. He was think
ing of a curious dream, he had had
the night before, and spoke aloud ab
sently: "By torchlight, upon the wa
ter." Such being the words he had
HE WAS THINKING OF A CURIOUS DREAM
HE HAD HAD.
seen in his dream upon thr magical
leaf at the fountain of Castalia. The
party of young folks received them
with joyous acclamation.
"Go on. Lance, you have made a
grand beginning. Now, when?"
Lance lifted his head and looked at
Cedoni: "At midnight, when the
clock strikes 12."
"The oracle has spoken," cried the
young Creole. "Why look so mysti
fied, my friends? We will have a
flounderiEg part' on the night of
July the third. At midnight we col
lect around the torches read the
Declaration, make speeches, sing
songs in short, celebrate the glori
ous Fourth. There will be no smell
of burning meat, no din of cannon, no
sunstroke. Only dewy coolness of
early morn, dancing lights on gleam
ing waters, poetry, music "
"Yes," interrupted a practical mem
ber, "and after we are through with
all that, we can take our flounders
on shore and have a fish fry."
"Yes, indeed! And then we could
dance on the beach to the music of
"In our wet clothes. That would
be a floundering part, sure enough."
"Nonsense! We would have tents."
"Oh, oh! We might, as well have
lemonade and peanuts."
"No! We'll use the bath houses "
"But where will the flag come in?"
"Let's print the invitations on
"We could have little flags fastened
to our spear staffs."
"Oh, there'll be flags to burn."
And by dint of interjection, ex
clamation and explanation, the crude
idea was developed, and invitations re
solved upon to a unique celebration
of the Glorious Fourth; one that was
to be patriotic in the extreme, and
yet avoid heat and sunstroke, dazzle
Through it all Lance sat staring at
his hat in the grass, and thinking in
his sober, sturdy way. Of course,
it was only because he had been
reading "Ben Hur" that he dreamt
of the priest and the fountain and
the magical leaf. But the answer
to his question: "How and where
would happiness come to him?" had
been: "By torchlight, on the water."
Why should those words, of all oth
ers, have appeared upon the drip
ping leaf? He grew nervous when
Cedoni was urged to join the party,
and when she consented he got up
THE FOURTH OF
A beautiful custom in London,
which has been touchingly described
by writers from this side, is one
which Americans have established in
memory of distinguished men of this
country to whom a niche of honor has
been accorded in Westminster abbey.
On the Fourth of July they go to
the abbey and hang wreaths of flow
ers or immortelles on the busts of
Lowell, Longfellow, and the great
American inventor, Count Rumford,
who was ennobled because of his
services to science.
Other celebrations of the Fourthare
held on ships at sea, in remote col
pnies where fetr homesick people
and walked away, feeling weak and
unnerved through the whole of bis
big, brawny frame.
"I'll do it," he muttered, "if I live
until the Fourth, At any rate," he
added, after a pause, "I'll be done
with this sickening uncertainty. By
which it may be inferred that Lance
was not in a very hopeful mood.
He was in a still less hopeful mood
when he joined the fiounderers upon
the momentous night. Cedoni was
flirting with the orator, who carried
her basket, and threatened to grow
sentimental. It was a large party,
and a gay one; the long line of
torches, the flashing waters and
laughing voices, shouts of triumph
CEDONI FELT A STRONG HAND UPON HER
ejaculations of dismay. Over all the
eternal stars brooding peacefully
above the trivial toils of man.
Lance splashed along with dogged
determination, spearing flounders, and
saying nothing. lie would say some
thing presentl- while the speeches
were being made. After they went
ashore the oracle would be void. He
saw no hope of a word with Cedoni
until the orator should be called to
attend his public duties. Even then
she would probably be invited inside
the circle of light. But he would see
that she did not go. Like all quiet
men, when a deed was once deter
mined upon, Lance expected to carry
it through. He had not an idea what
he would say only that Cedoni
should stay and listen. So it hap
pened that Avhen the grand stand a
bay of shallow water was reached,
and the torch bearers began to cir
cle around the speakers, Cedoni felt
a strong hand upon her arm.
"You wish something?" Her tone
was distant, as it had been ever since
he reproached her for that bit of idle
"I wanted to speak to you," Lance
"After the speeches begin."
"You must excuse me. I am to
sing the opening song."
"I can't excuse you."
"You must!" But he held her arm
firmly and silently, while the circle
closed and the song began.
"Do you consider this courteous?"
she asked, indignantly.
"I wanted to speak to you," he re
"Well, speak for " The notes of
"America" swelled out and drowned
her words. Hundreds of voices sing
ing under the stars, and the rfliisic
floated far away over the silent wa
ter. It was soul-inspiring, yes, was
more than that. Lance leaned over
"I love j'ou, dear." His strong
voice was a little husky. Did she
hear? She stood by him until the
AND SO THEY CELEBRATED THE FOURTH.
orator's tones rang out, and then she
"Wait," he said. "Did you hear?"
"Yes," she answered, steadily.
When the second speaker came for
ward, LanceT-spoke again, quietly. He
was not pleading, only stating a fact.
"This suspense is killing me."
Cedoni's spear fell into the water
with a splash. .She caught the big,
unsteady hand in both her own, and
Far away was cheering, and torch
light and song, but here upon a log
half-sunk in the sand sat two lovers
talking of well, a dream, a fountain
and a leaf. And so they celebrated
the Fourth. Was the manner unique?
JVLY IN LONDON
visit one another and spend the day
in bewailing their banishment from
home, and in prison yards, where the
wrong-doer sees the beauty of free
dom, in penitential mood, and in the
hospitals among the sick, the mo
notony of whose existence is varied
by the solace of patriotism.
But, after all, it is the children's
day, by a large majority. 'Eah for
the Fourth of. July! Detroit Free
Their Chief Reliance.
Although the Glorious Jfourth may fe
One hundred In the s-an.
For orators there sti'li -fill be
The sfiade of Wasfcton, '
IK fe4 fm). mmm
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,. Here is the story of an Ohio lawyer who
did riot become a politician, as he was not
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Washington man, who waa hi3 clerk at one
time, says the Washington Post. Lawyer
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banker went out. Lawyer B would say:
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"He has made me pay; for iUpretty well,
"Pay for what?" asked the clerk.
"For listening to my stories."
And then he paid tne bill. WafchinetoB
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A number of capitalists sent a man down
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bilitv of introducing gas there.
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"No use," responded the agent. "Wouldn't
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"Why? What's the matter?" Citizens
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"Old-fashioned? Prefer kerosene or can
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