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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY. OCTOBER 30, 1911.
I slight changes in the M ossiss opt will
i occur from C anton to Muscatine.
v J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Daily United States Weather Map
Today's Market Quotations
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U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS L. MOORE. Chief.
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Iooaj; O cicody: mn; ana.; report
miin. Arro. By w1U ihm wind, r irac ttnm, iuwtsat tm
lTtoi for rat 12 hoarn; -ond. M-hcmr ralnfail. it auiuaaa
4X1 Lathi Uard, wlad viocit if lu auiea ijr lour or mora.
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AT AUGUST AN A
Qcf 3o, "fit-
The Klams of Augustana college in
dulged in their semi-annual frankfurt
roast on the banks of Rock river last
Saturday evening. An even dozen
made Tip the crowd and the distance
between the college and the scene of
the frolic was traversed on foot. After
having built a good-sized fire with
brush-wood found on the river's edge,
the young gentlemen set to work and
prepared the supper, which was raven
ously eaten by all. Games were play
ed and a camp fire council was held,
each one of the party contributing a
ftory of adventure. As souvenirs for
the occasion the ladies each was pre
sented with a clam sheil to which was
attached with a crim-on ribbon, the
color of the college social organization,
a ta? with the word 'Klams'' inscrib
ed upon it. Those present were: Tho
Misses Edna FiergtviiMt. Acnes Abra
hamson. Pearl Seville, Hrl.-a Westlin,
Ebba Abrahacison, and Es'her Eck
strem. and 'Gc-orce Anderson. Sisrfrid
Blomgren. E. E. Ryden, John W. Carl
stedt. C. E. Gunderson and C. E. Bach.
Before starting out on The hike tea
was served to the merry party by the
Misses Abrahamson at their home on
fBy wire from E V. Wagner & Co..
members of ChU-aifo B'lard of Trade.
Grain, provisions. suckj and cotton.
Local offio s at Rook Island house. Rvk
Island. Ill ChU-aso oftioe. -iS-10'.'.
Board of Trade. Local loieptiones. No.
west S3'.'. j '
r2 S No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
December. 9S. S3'4. 09 i.
May, 103-s. lOSVs. 104.
July, 97 9T4. 97,, 97.
December, t'41. 64rs.
May. C5-. 65TS.
July, 6GRi. Cb, C5SS. CO3.
December. 47H, 47'4. 47'g. 471.
May. 4934. 49-s. 49-. 49".
July, 403s. 4fi-. 4-j';. 4G-V
January. K..72. 15.72. 1T..0.7. 1T..72.
May. 13. S3, 15 92. 15. S2, 157.
October, closed vs7.
January. 9.02. 9.t2. .97. 9.''2.
October, S.'3. s.t'5. 7 95. 7 95
January, S.17. S.17, S.l'.", S.13.
KOltKC.AST FOK liOCK Isr.VND, I KM'OUT, MOJ.INK AND VICIMTV.
Rain this afternoon and tonight, Tuesday generally fair. Colder tonight.
An ;uo;i of relatively low pressure
that ex'eniis from NVvada, Arizona
and Texfis northeastward to the upper tailtic (-jtv
lakes has been attended by rain In the Boston
southern platea-i and west Gulf sec- Buffalo
tint-is and the e.t trnl vnllova. U:e:i ' Island
I ressnres and generally fair, cooi
weather preva!:.- in the 'iinaiJiau
rorti -Aest. thr- uortnern Rrx : m.';n
ta:n states ur-'l the upper Missouri
val!;. The eastward tnovenient of
thf-se court it ions will be a' 'e:i''.-u !
rain in 'his ;cin i this aft rnrion and
tonight. !'r.iii'i . i ri Tue.-rlay by generally
fa.r aeafher. !i wiil I t- v. ;ai
c-olri' r toniitl't .
Karis-.'iN f'iy .
N.-w York . . .
sr I.o us
San I '-a . . .
I'i a 'if..co
Hrfris lti'iiins; .
Prairie or t'hto
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I LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
j Oct. :!'. Polio wine; arc the qtiota
itior.s on the local mrtikit today:
I Batter Dairy, 27'ic; creamery,
) ; Feed and Fuel.
Porn, r.cr bushel. 7oc.
,i ..) ! I a' s, 4:lc to -5c.
; Fv-rage Timo'hy hay, 520.
Clover hay, $15.
Wheat, SOc to S3c.
Chng. Wild hay, $14 to J17.
24 hrs. Straw. S.
0.5 Ni -.v corn. 5'"c.
o.5! Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; aiack,
o. l ! I'jc.
o.j Potatoes, Zc to 55c.
During tl.o next is hours.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy ha.
I become famous for i:s cures of coughs.
colds, croup and influenza. Try it
I wh n in need. -I contains no hannful
i siibjtanc at-d : iways .,,ives prompt re
'1'ef So'd by a'i druggists
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpool, Oct. ;. Wheat: The
firmness in America on Sa'urday and
the strength in the near months in
Buenos Ayres, as well as Winnipeg,
was offset here by the unexpected
heavy world's shipments to the I'nited
Kingdom, and values were unchanged
loiter then was an advance of to
'i on firinii 's? in Buenos Ayres and
Winnipeg offers, and an improved de
inr'nd for rarjroes and parcels, which
are sparingly offered. Advices from
Australia on;i'.iiie bulbh, as rain is
warned. During the morning there was
some realizing, although the market
was dull and prices lost the advance.
Advices from Argentine continue very
favorable as a result of recent rains,
and the weather continues unsettled.
At 1:30 p. m. the market was dull and
easier and unchanged from Saturday.
Strength of corn in America was off
set by the weakness in Buenos yres.
bat la'cr a-lvanced on firmer American
off': i s.
Chicago Cash GrIn.
t'( r". No. 2 7)7(-'1,. No. 2 w C. No.
2 y 7rL ;75. No. :'. 7:.-'i rn 7 I1-. No. o w
7 !., 75. No. U y 74', (!i 7P", . No. 1
4 w 73Hfri74'i. No. 4
y .o'2ii74. No. 4 w i.syi9. .o. 4 y t
Q 09. sgm 70. sgy 70.
Oats No. 2 4. No. 2 w 4$fr4Si4,
No. 3 w 47Jf47. No. 4 w 45Ji47.
Wheat No. 2 r 99'4 ifz lOOi.,. x0. j r
97fj99. No. 2 h 102'S106, No. 3 h 101
-?105. No. 1 ns U0JJ113, No. 2 ns 110
5112. No. 3 ns 107iU0. No. 2 s
110. No. 3 s 10310!. No. 4 s 90107,
vc 903110. durum 90f?116..
Wheat opened unchanged; closed '
to Sjj higher.
Corn opened unchanged; closed
Wheat CO 27
Corn 1S5 52
Oats 107 55
To- Last Last
day. Week. eYar
Minneapolis 715 ti'Jl 5:!S
Duluth 134 1S4 121
Winnipeg 1.742 1.705 977
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 1. 710.000 349.000
Year ago 1.507.000 S'2.oC0
Corn today 560,000 743,000
Year ago 643.000 t'.53.00ij
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 2S.on0. Left over 3,000. Open
ed steady to shade higher. Light 5.75
ii'6.45, mixed 50(r? G.t'.O, heavy
0.C0, rough o.SOtfj 0.05.
Cattle 23,000. Strong to 10c higher.
Sheep 50.000. Steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Dogs Quality fair. Market steady
to shade higher. Bulk fi.laff 6.45. light
5 ai'ri6.45. pigs 3. 75ft 5.65, mixed 5. SO
Ti 0 60. good 6 05 a 6.60, heavy 5. SO ft'
6 Oil. Yorkers 6 25 'i; 6.35, rough 5.S0?t
CatMe steady to 10c higher. Beeves
4.50 S75, stockers 20fv 5.70, Texans
4.00-5; 5. so. cow s 1.90f7 3.75, westerns
4. 1 5 '1 ".00. calves 5.00(0 8.75.
Sb.eep slow, generally steady. Native
2.0.i7 3.70. lambs native 3.r0T4.50,
lambs westerns 3.75 Tf 5. S3, yearlings
Close of Market.
Hogs closed slow at opening prices.
Bulk 0.151? 6 45, light .VSOJi 6.45. mixed
504?6.60, heavy 5.$o6.00, rough 5. SO
Cattle 10c higher, top S.75.
Sheep steady, top 3.75; lambs top
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 10.000 20.000 15.000
Omaha 2,200 11.000 43.000
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 25.000 S.000 60,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Oct. 30. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Puion Pacific 162
P. S. Stee l preferred 104 'i
U. S. Steel common 53
Southern Pacific 1091
New York Central 1044.
Missouri Pacific 41
Great Northern 124
Northern Pacific 117i
Louisville & Nashville 146i
Canadian Pacific 233i
Pennsylvania 122' ;
Chesapeake & Ohio 71,
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 74' 4
Baltimore & Ohio 96
St. Taul 107,
Lehigh Valley 1644
Republic Steel common 19
It's Equal Don't Exist.
No one has ever made a salve, oint
ment or balm to compare with Buck
len'a Arnica Salve. It's the one per
fect healer of cuts, corns, burns, bruis
es, sores, scalds, boils, ulcers, eczema,
salt rheum. For sore eyes, cold sores,
chapped hands or sprains it's supreme.
Pnrlvaled for plies. Try It. Only 23
cents at all druggists.
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BY WILL SEAT.
VKU the cook ten
the f.Ag wai fly-
I::p. the welcome
signal that break-,
f u; t was waiting !
for those who bad !
thare of the work '
in getting the "big j
tops" up. j
The hungrv ''ra- !
lorbacks" f thf clrctts name for the i
sien who do the manual work of
handling the great canvasses of thj
tents) were crowding into the seats!
that were fastened to either side of I
the long tables. The rnn wre all In '
'.he tent except the guards and Phi. '
Werner, who sat in front of the ticket
v.apon and wondered when Bess Kins- i
ley would be up from th car. She j
did not travel with tho others in the!
performers' sleeper, but with her fa- I
ther In the jwlvate car at the end of
the first section of the circus train. j
Cyrus Kinsley, proprietor of KIr.s-j
ley's combined cirrus, menagerie and :
Greco-Roman hippodrome and stadl- '
cm, was a domestic soul, and his car !
was a reproduction In miniature of.
his winter home. With Bess and her
mother, he lived comfortably, and his 1
one regret was that Bess insisted up- !
on working In the show.
It did not seem right that the !
daughter of the proprietor should be ;
working an animal act. but Bess was i
one of the great drawing cards, and i
more than that, she loved the work. I
Each year, when the features for
the following season were being dls-
cussed and the order for the colored 1
bills was about to be given. Cyrus !
Kinsley would square his Jaw and j
declare that Bess should retire, but
;n the end he gave in. ,
The order, therefore, included bill !
f all sizes, depicting a yoanir woman
In a natty blue uniform putting a ;
herd of elephants through their paces, i
Bess wm the only woman handling aj
troupe of the hug beasts and until j
:hl neason she had been the great
Now th stadium for games was
the more Important for few people !
had ever seen a stadium, and the gen- j
-al impression vu that this must I
re a new wild beast and the oniy one !
in captivity. Kinsley's was only a j
tworing circus, but the stadium
jave It an importance posftpssed by
few three-ring organisations and
Phil Werner, who Idea it had been, j
p umed himself on the brilliancy of i
he Inspiration. I
He had been with Kinsley since the I
circus waa only a one-ring affair'
traveling from town. to town by horse j
power. He had grown with the show.
Now many cars were used to trans-!
port the organiratlon and Werner;
was second In command.
In the Interval, he had successively '
t.-en a leaper, a rider and an aero-,
is. Then his genlua for handling,
ac:rrals had gained for him the 1
ch.-rge of the menagerie tent, and It
w as he who had trained the elephants !
ud had taught Bss the cues. '
!t w?.s h'r act which had given the ,
rircus the first rea: start and the
achievement had emboldened Werner !
to ask Bess- hand in marriage. Kins- j
n".d neither assented r.or denied, j
T- 7 --4 put Werner on probation and j
r --- rears the younger man had'
f :-; : :rct opportunity for winning'
I i '-.'its and proving his fitness to be t
t! ---In-law of Cyrus Kinsley. '
." rtucately the past two years 1
..fa sJcgalxrly unarestfnl ud
there was no opportunity to gain dls- '
tlnction. Werner frowned as he pon
dered the 6!tua-ion anu the frown did
not leave his faoe until the "uptown
wa.-ron" v 1th Its team of striped ze
bras rattled onto the lot.
Bess and h'-r mother were sitting '
with tho clown driver and Werner
hurried to assist them to alight.
"Where's the guv-r.or?" cried ,
Werner. "Isn't he rcming up?"
"He was called ahead." explained :
Mrs. Kinsley. "There is some trcu- :
b'.e over the iot in Burlingham and '
th contracting agent wired for Cy
rus. You will have to run things for
Werner nodded carelessly and fol
lowed the two women into the animal
tent where Bess sa.'d "irood morning" i
to her hus:e pets. Ra:sh. a ttcxky
African elephant, was her especial
pride, and to htm 5he fed an extra j
allowance of sugar and she chatted to ;
him as though he could know what :
she said. i
One of the ticket takers slipped in
to the tent and signaled to Werner '
that he was wanted, and. leaving Bp.-s
with the elephants, Werner hurried
"The man with the star. I guess !
he wants to be fixed." explained the '
man. "I told him that I could let i
him have what tickets he wanted, j
but he said he would have to see
With a worried face. Werner went
to meet the sheriff. Most of the men
were content with tickets for them
selves and their friends. A demand
for a personal Interview meant a
"touch." or some trouble that must
be "squared" by someone connected j
with the show. j
Men on the executive staff be- !
longed to all of the fraternal orders j
of more than local importance, and :
there waa always someone wearing an j
emblem similar to that on the coat
of the trouble maker. j
But the sheriff wore no emblem. ,
and his face was grave as he ac- j
knowledged Werner's greeting. .
"I'm not after tickets or money,"
he expial- d as he saw that Werner I
seenu-d to expect a demand for one or !
the other. "I came around to te'.l
you that unless you are looking for
trouble you had better cut out this
stand and pack up before the people
know that there will be no show."
"I guess we can handle trouble."
said Werner with a smile.
"You'll get it aTl right." was the
dark rrophesy. "Tou see the mills
have shut down for a few weeks and
6ome of the boys mean mischief. If
they take it Into their heads to make
throuble there is no chance of head
ing tbem off. It would require the
mlllria to hand'e them and by the
time we could call the soldiers out
there would be nothing Hft of your
show. Now you take my advice and
get out while you have a chance to
take some'hlng away with you."
"I am disr"srd to stick." declared
Werner. "We never yet flew the
white flag and we never yet l inked
for trouble. I wiil ask Mrs. Kinsley."
He left the sheriff smoking one of
bis cigars and returned to the animal
tent. Pes? was still talking to Rajah,
but Mrs. Klns'ey hsd moved over D
the performing Hons To her WeraCf
explained the situation.
"X sar ftir." she voted "(Vnf Wn
have always been able to take care!
of the shew, j don't think that Cy- '
rus wo;:lfl run ns from trouble."
"Neither sbrli weV cried Werner :
In relief. "We .shall glvj the show ,
axd If tfcey attempt to Bake trouble j
for us we shall defend our property
since the sheriff confe.-ses bis inability ;
to assist us."
Much relieved Werner returned to!
the waiting official and told hir.i that .
he had decided to ftiek. The sheriff
grinned a d went away and after the
breakfast hour Werner called all of
the men into the blsr tent and told
them what he had h-ard. They ?re ;
cautioned to be on the alert and to .
be particularly polite to evervone en
tile lot. !
The hint was sufficient and the 1
Regretfully he w itched the pretty
elephant keeper sw.ng up onto the
back of Royal, Rajah's companion in
When Kinsley was there he rode
Royal h'mpr-tf and the parr.de was
the most pleasant feature of the day,
for the two big t-as!s paced side by
side and he could chat with Bess
while the parnde lasted. Today he
had to rmain on the lot to look aft
er things and P. ss rode away in si
lence with Murphy.
There was no sin of trouble dur-
local candidates. preparing for the
fall election mounted a stake wagon
and from its seat announced that
' though the grinding monopolists of
th" oth'T party had shut down the
mills, tho party of the peopje would
r.fii .- its friends suffer for the want
ei adnr's.-ion tickers.
The fcponker had arranged with
1 Werner for the purchase of several
I hundred tickets, and the speech made
I more of a hit than th" free show with
which the freak tent was op":iee!.
The result was a crowded matinee
J gressed. As UFunl Bess' act had been
the big hit and the mill hands had
given her an ovation.
agerle tent where sorie of the side
walls had been taken down to per
mit the removal of the cages. This
r,.. ..ie. r.nin.uiwt3 th i last stand. If the men sue-
out :00k was not so bright. In spite j ,n glV"K LMt h.6re .th7
II 1 1 I iiSilf- if! if it
if PM P
in III u I
I1 IS! IliftRfeill 1 1 lil l
1 mmmsmim msmm
aaiwaJU :sit t .? g irszzhrrf nr. r.y7f r-wtfi irza
men irperse4 to make ready for the
"Do you really teLeve that there
is any danger?" asked Bess as she
stood beside Rajah raiting for her
turn to swing into the parade at the
had of the elephants
"There may be." was the quiet re
sponse. "Perhaps it Is only that the
sheriff lacks nerve. In any event we
shall mee; it."
i ing the parade. The cavalcade wound
! its way through the usual lanes of
gaping rustics and stolid-faced town
1 folk, but It brought back to the lot
' an unusually large crowd of men in
' proportion to the women and chfl
Great brawny fellow they were, Fn
' Joying In sullen fashion their en
forced vocation. Lor g before the
i ticket wagoa was opened, cae cf the
and a heavy advance sale for the
evening pc-rfort.tnre to those, vi.o
did not rare to form a part of tr.e
afternoon mob. The tent was packed
to suffocation, and with a thrill Wer
ner realized that the statement would
show the best day's business since the
opening of the eeesT.
At supper he e-jr.gra"!i!ated .11
hands on the smoothness with whlcn
the afternoon p-irformaace tad jro- j
of the florid oratory the men tad
money for the circus and the distri
bution of free tickets had merely
left them so much more money for
Not long after the opening of the
next .how the mill men began to
would swarm Into the main tent.
overrun the rings and stop the per
formance, while the orderly element.
In their efforts to escape would be
come panie-strli -ken and many would
Bess came Into the tent from the
,v, i o.h. ,it. 1 ring at the head of her elephant. Ra-
side the tents. The sheriff was a can- ! Jh Pt ""t her down, and
didate for re-election in the fall, and "rr,m "r PTch on his neck she had a
his deputies had orders not to make j Kond vIpw of the trouble.
arrests exeept for serious cause. More I Two or three ring attendants
than that, he was angry that his nd- , marched beside the other elephants
vice of the morning bad not been j ready with their hooks to restrain any
heeded, a- d he was little disposed to , tendency toward a bolt.
listen to Werner's plea that the men Res had henrd the cry of the "Hey
be driven off the lot. Rube" and now flip leaned over.
The cook tent had come down "Company front ." she commanded,
right after supper and had been sent giving the cue with her hook, and at
to the train. Now the sideshow tent I (np n tj1P Pix elephants wheeled
was being taken down, amid such a . Rharplv Into line and, presenting nn
press that it was impossible to seek to j ,jnbroken front marlo toward tho
lower the poles until more room 'as j opfiri jK Werner saw them coming,
secured. an(j with a run he reached Rnjah.
The dismantling of the show waa "Let rre take vour place," he cried.
done by a schedule. Any break In I "1 on must get down.
this order meant delay and a belat
ed arrival at the next stand. Werner
pleaded with the mill men to no
avail, and at last gave the signal to
begin the work.
"I'm answerlf.-g the rail," she said
proudly. "Tnk Royal."
Werner caught the flash In her eye
and recognized the futility of argu
ment. It was the snrne fimli that
One or two of the onlookers had came Into her father's eyeH when a
close escapes from Injury, and a man j rival circus encroaehet upon his ter
who seemed to be a leader of the mob ! ritory snd a billing fight was on.
stae-gered tip to Wo ncr. I With a plea to her to be careful.
"Ixiok b-0." he said thickly. "If , he Ffmtclied a hook from .1 keeper and
yon don't want u? here, let us go in- , called to Royal to llf: him up. In a
s'de. You srot our money thla after- moment he was nitride thr; bcT;t and
roon: now It's your treat." thev neared the entrance.
"There Is no room inside." .-nld ' The men were too Intent on the'r
Werner quietly. "The tent s full." ftVht to notice rl' noproach cf th
"That's nil right," was the rendv elephants, hut now Werner app'Ied
rejoinder. "We don't want reserved the goad and P.ov.i! tr'iir.peted shrl'
seats. We'll sit on the race tr.-.ck : ly. The otVrr tools up th crv, and
That won't hurt one " j ;.s Bes forced Itai.iii lii'ri a r' they
"Vour entrance would alarm the !. ore eown on th- rno-i.
audience and possibly cause a s'nm-I Tbe rlrrii" r"en d-'''."'-d between the
pede that might rerult In 'on of li'e." j el pha fits with a fklll l.rjrn t prnr
returned Werner. "Your suggestion i t Ice. nut tl;e rioter did not dare a-
is imtKJHSible." ' fenipt a clo - nptiroarfi. fn' te;:d tbey
"Not a Mt of it." declared the turned and 'I frr.rn On. grounds, the
spokesman. "If you won't invite us. J eiephnMs ?iur " 1 1 r f r ut tll they re;ieij;(i
we'll Invite ourselves. Come on. , the edge of fiie p,t.
l-oys." I An hour laer when the Hud!r.cj
The men paused for a moment to I poorer! from the tent they found a
s-e what Werner would do. The -a'r dozen great gr::y bents patrol
sheriff had moved up to where he ling the eiige of the lot th'iUi'h t;'r
could enjoy the circus man's dicom- war-, nn longer ned r,f their presence,
fture. Werner turned to him. for tbe frilitenerl rtrs had not
"For the last time I af.k vc-u to dl- 't-.,r . -1 rut-nirig until they w re w
pf-rso this disorderly mob." he ald.
"I warned you that you wou'd have
v f ror-i t he
V. e ! Or-;e'I the I -'r
--rill :, j I ,ey ria'l
of a .o-V with M.
to police your own grounds." re-, rirn:: neti. lot 'Lev r.. unwilling
mir ded the sheriff. "I k new Just how t ' '!' batt'e witli t!,e e!ej,,ar.t.
it would turn out and warned you"! In the gtnv rjf t ! .ert m-rn!ng
"I know that." agreed Werner. "I j th firvt section t the fin us train
merely wished to give you a laM op- ) r u!!--d Into a nearly town. At the
portunlty to refuse to do your duty. bead of the crowd of Tnr.ll .o-.a who
Hry. Ruber" 1 came rm.n!nr up to greet the arrlva'
lie raised his vo!c but sllghtlv, ! ws a tall, soldierly form In a gray
and yet all over the lot the rail w-is
repeated, and his men car.-ie on tht
run armed with tnt stak'-s or any
other available club. Th call wkf
"What 1ft fh.'y I near -bout yon
elephant ,ihry' h- rrle.I to W-r-:.-
r who w:;r)g 'l-,wn f.-rj.M one of the
the universal elrcus cry for asIst- car.
ance. and It was not long before his. Rapidly Phil explained and Kinsley
determined little army faced the uti- i slapoed hi. 11 on the l.a'k.
ruly. ' "It wan a great ld'-a." h sa'd ap-
In the ring he performer- 'c-rd ' nrovln t "AM the parern hre hae
and loneed to Join in the f:ay. ! ut !:. "'A'r !' break t e r--ord af.iln."
ti.e watchful e'iuestrJan director heV "It w-is P" '' 'A":;." dit-ciaimel
them to their work, and though the . Werner. 'She answered t' the 'lit
murmur of the trouble readied the ) Rub;' like; a veteran."
ears of the fpectstors. none realized "Yours or ler" waw the hearty
that a riot wa. In progress outside, j response, "that 'Mey Rube! " waa
& thfcre wa. no t'.n of the dreaded vou' weddine chlrr.e. I'll give you
s'ar.ped. f.-e n-.liuteg to tell H -ps br fore you
The n.ili men wrr? fihtlr.r Their go up to t e lot," and Kinaie led the
way toward the entrance to the men-, way to bis private car.