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Cinght Ceu ht In a flue log Jam Jaink
6 k NE spring we got caught caughtin I Iin
1 0 in a log jam on the Sara Sarunac i p pnnc
I nnc River said B CBaker C Co u uBaker
i Baker of Plattsburg re reently regently
I gently tt ently > ntly In describing the operations of ofl n noggers
t oggers In the Adlrondacks A log logiwung logwung logIwung
iwung across tire verge of the last lastprecipice o oprecipice
i I precipice reclplce at High Falls and over 40 40pieces th thpieces
> 00 pieces became massed In a solid solidormatlon a aormatlon normation
ormatlon there tht > re Is the narrow gorge gorgeV gorgeWe b bWe
We V did flot use dynamite In those days daystnd dasInll daysintl
tnd nothing could be done to break breakhe breakhe
he jam except to cut out the log which whichicld whichgeld
geld the key to the situation situationA th thA t tA
A volunteer was called for aid amiEenry aidhenry ju julenry
henry Martin artln was the only driver who whoiffered whofteroll whooffered
offered to chop the offending log away awayi te tej
j i t large rope was thrown across the b briver
river and h ht held > Id at either end by men mentiartln a aVlartln
Vlartln lashed himself to the rope was wasIrawn wasirawn tl1 tl1Ira
Irawn Ira wn to the centre of the gorge and andlowered amIlOwered andlowered
lowered to the verge of the precipiceMartin precipice precipiceMartin tl1 tl1IRrtln
Martin chopped there for two hours hoursluring u uluring m mluring
luring which nil of us were in a n tor torlble v vrlble w wIble
rlble suspense and then the log logmapped l logmapped g to toi
i mapped In two The thousands of ofIeees b bleces hi hiIeces
> leces which were thus releDledpushed releasedpushedbY released pushed sc scy 1 1by
by y the great accumulation of water watervent u uvent
vent ent tumbling thundering and groan s sng se seng
ng like an avalanche over the preci prod prodvice d dpice
vice lct v vAs
As the log snapped Martin gave the thejlgnnl theJignal theltgnal
jlgnnl and the rope was hauled taut a aby
by y the watchful men on the banks of oflie P PShe
She he river The logger logg r swung la mid midtlr n nilr m
ilr 11 and was pulled ashore amid the thewelcome t twelcome
f welcome plaudits of his comrades 1 1One
i One of the greatest gloate t jams of the theareut tl tlrout t
9reut rout North Woods was that In the theRaquette r rRaquctte
I Raquette River In the late seventiesrile seventies n nThe m mj
j The logs lo s had been cleared cle red from Longake Long LongLake
I Lake nke beyond the outlet of Cold River s sind
Hid were fast approaching the Ra Rajuette Yaluette fr frJ f
J luette River falls where there Is a aIrop ti tiIrop to toI
I Irop rop of 100 feet fet > t or more In a short dis distance dlsw disance ¬
w tance There are rapids for several severalhundred severalh
h 4 hundred feet above the falls while whilebelow whileJelow whilebelow
below there > Is a sudden bead In the thejtreura theI thestream
I stream as the water sweeps away with withimoother withmoother wltllsmoother
smoother surface always tearing teflIlns and andgrinding andtrlndlng andgrluding
grinding away the ledge of sandstone sandstonejne sandstones
s one ne corner cornt > r of which forms a shelf over Oerj c cyie
a aIn
the stream streamIn streamIn
In Its run to the top of the falls the the7ntor thewntor thewater
j water pusses through a gorge about about9fty aboutlfty °
9fty feet high with sloping walls that thatmount thatouut thatmount h
mount ouut rapidly pldly to mounnou mountainous heights heightsHere heigh height heightsHere
t Here the logs formed a confused mass massThey massI massthey
I They were Interwoven and tangled tangledand tangledI tangledlad
I and the torrent rushed through andover and andover antIil
il over them until It seemed sefID cd as though thoughthe thoughhe thoughthe
the he rocky banks must surely be shaken shakento shakeni
i I4 to their foundations foundationsThe foundaUoDRTbe foundationsThe
The drivers worked for four days daysSharing daysharlng daysbaring
Sharing baring the dangers alike and cleared clearedthe clOftlfdthe clearedthe
the log jam without accident But the thebatteau thebutteau thebntteau
batteau loaded with the tents utensils utensilsind utensilslUll utensils3m
lUll 3m food for the men which whl h was being beingI beingmoved t tmoved
I moved down the river In the rear of the theI theogsdldnotfaresowellItwasincharge t togs
ogs ogsdldnotfaresowell ogsdldnotfaresowellItwasincharge did not fare so well It was In charge charge3f
I 3f > f some experienced watermen and andthe t tthe
I the passage of the rough water was wasalways i ialways
always watched with great Interest Interestby interesti
i by the loggers It began to run through throughthe I Ithe
I the rapid water at the head of the thefalls i ifalls a afalls
falls when the current caught It and andcarried i icarried
carried It against a rock where it was wascapsized 1 1capsized
capsized capslv capsizedOne > d 1 1One t tOne
One of the men In the boat wan an anxperlenced 11 s sexperienced s sxporfenced
experienced swimmer and he told the theother thoother I I Ilthel
other to place his arms about his neck neckso neckBO neckso
so that he could then swim with him himto himto i ito
to the shore But the water ran 1n too tooiwltt1y toocwlftly i iwlftly
wlftly for the swimmer and both bothwere 1I0tl1ere bothwere
were ere carried rapidly toward the falls fallsIt tollsJt fallsit
It became necessary neees ary for th tilt swimmer swimmerto il
to 10 disengage himself from his compan companIon comlHnlon companIon
Ion who was hugging him with a adeath adBth adeath
death grasp His effort at first r t wan WftlluDsuceetHlful warunsuccessful i iunsuccessful
unsuccessful and growing desperate desperateas
rrI 11 as they approached the brink of the thefalls th thtills e
1 rll falls he pulled his hI companion partl partlaround partly partlyaround p rUy rUytl y
tl around In front of him and struck him htma
1 a tremendous blow on the bend The Thearms Thefums Thearms
arms relaxed their grasp about the theneck theneck i ineck
neck of the struggling swimmer and andthe nnl1the andthe
the unfortunate man was carried down downthe downthe lawnthe
the stream while the swimmer by aviolent a nviolent aIolent
violent effort barely escaped th tilt > same samefate Sftmefata sam samfate e
fate lie reached the shore In an ex exhausted e3hnusted exhnusted ¬
hnusted condition where he was waspulled wuspulled waspulled
pulled from the water by the loggers loggersThe loggersrho loggersTho
The other logger passed over the falls fallsand fallsnnd tailsand
and under the jam of logs Ills body bodywas bodywas bodywas
was recovered some time afterwariand afterwari Ilttelwnlnnll afterwartand
and buried on the banks of tilt > > Ra Raqutttt u uf
f 1 qutttt New ew York Commercial Adver Advertiser Advertf Adrerttser ¬
tiser tf r
A l Fighting SchoolmasterThe Schoolmaster SchoolmasterThe SchoolmalterThe
The experience of a college graduate graduatenamed graduatenamed ratltmte ratltmtenalUll 41
named Levenworth who taught for toryear foryear a ayear a
year in a a little Western eltern town tOWD1a It an ex example fXi example x ¬
i ample of the way In which a teacher teachersometimes tHebersowethIt teaeliesometsnces er r
sometimes wins the admiration of bis bispupils blsPUlllls b bpupils lis
pupils quite unexpectedly unexpectedlyLevenworth unexpectttdlyLevenwolth unexpectedlyLovenworth
Levenworth was 8S not a teacher b bnature by bynature b1nature y
nature or profession but as many men menhave menhae me mehave en n
have done he spent a year year teaching to toget toI t tget no o
I get g t money enough to help himself himselfthrough hlmseJrthrougl1 himeelthrough o r
through the law school lit H was washearty a ahearty ahearty
hearty clearminded elear mlnded fellow who keprather kept keptrather keptrather I t
rather aloof from the townspeople townspeopleThe townspeoplej townspeopleThe
j The local paper spoke of him as hav haytag having LV ¬
1 I ing Uhad had n promising career In col college colI ai j ¬
I I lege legePart
Part of this this promising career had n nit ax axU aRIt s
It happened been spent In athletics athleticsHe AthleticsHe athleticsHe
He had learned to box and wrestle wrestleand wrest wrestand restle restleanti Q
and had won his class championship championshipIn I I
In the art which from Its unfortunate unfortunateassociation unfortunateI unfortnnataseociatlon te e
I Al association ocSatJon with the > prize ring ha hai has hasnot baaj 8
j I I not so good a reputation among the thepeaceful thepeAceful th le C Cpeaceful
peaceful AS In Its legitimate form formdeeervee It Itdeservae IttlesetIIS
deservae deservaeHis tlesetIISIUs deeerveeIlls
His geheol was quiet and orderly orderlyfrom orderlyj order orderr dy ly y
j r from the start but he found it hard hardwork hardork bar barwork ud nj < t
I work ork to get on Intimate terms with withthe wltbthe wit ltb th h
the twenty boyi bO under him They Theyobeyed Tlaeyooetl The Theobeyed 2ey y
obeyed at a dkrtutwc dl tcUlft bat b t did not sbo sbomuch show showmuch showmuch ow w R
much personal frleadiblp for him
One dny at recess when bon the schoolyard school schoolyard schoolyard I
yard tiros was s a clamor ovotaee of ot101Uffil volute the young youngmaster youngmuter youngmaster
master hard a sudden lull Looking Lookingout Lookingout Lookingout
out OUI the window wlndo ho saw the children childrenlined childrenlined childrenlied >
lined up against the fence watching n ateamster nteamster nt9amster
teamster who was stupidly trying to towhip towhip towhip
whip wi his horse up the hill that ran ranpast mnpost ranpast
past the schooj schoo The wagon was loaded load loaded lootloll ¬
heavily with garden stuff and the thehorse thehorse thehorse
horse ho was doing his best to no purpose purposeSuddenly purI1081Suddenly purposeSuddenly
Suddenly one of the boys went Into Intothe Intothe Intotiro
the Ull street and evidently remonstrated remonstratedwith remonstrlltetlwIth remonstratedwith
with wI the driver For answer he got an anugly unugly anugly
ugly ug slash of the whip and reeled back backholding backholding backholding
holding his hands over his eyes eyesThis eyesThis eyesThis
This was too much for Leveuworth LeveuworthHe Ievenw > rth rthIIe
He 1I4 to ran down stairs and out across the thei theIllnygroum1 theplayground
playground 1111 Coolly pushing a atone atoneunder stoueuuder stoneunder
under 1111 the wheel with his foot he coinmanded com commanded commanded ¬
manded ml the teamster a gaunt sinewy sinewyman sinewyman sinewyman
man nu to come off his seat seatThe seatThe seatThe
The fellow fe11o grew hostile at once andobeyed and andobeyed nmlobeed
obeyed ob Jumping down he approached approachedthe
the schoolmaster ready and aUl eager fora for fora forn
fight ht and heated h ntet1 to dangerous nnger angerby nngerby nngerby
by his struggle with the horse horseIt horseIt horseIt
It was as n real oldfashioned old tashloned fightwith fight fightwith fi ht htwltl1
with wi the power of anger and excite excitement eccltement excitewent ¬
ment ml on one side and skill backed by bythose bythosc byhose
those almost Infallible allies right and andjustice andjustice andjustice
justice on the other otherThere other1here otheriherc
There was enough left of the teams teamster teamster teamster ¬
ter to drive his horse while a dozen dozenboys dozeu1I0ys dozenboys
boys 110 put their shoulders shonldC shoulder I to the wheels wheelsand wheelsnd wbeelsnnll
and aD nd pushed the wagon to the top of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the hillThe hill hillThe hillThe
The pupil whose hoso task It was to ring ringthe ringthe ringthe
the bell for the end of recess was aminute a aminute nminute
minute late that day The Tbeteacher Tbeteacherwas teacher teacherwas teacherwas
was late too It tool him a little time timeto timeto timeto
put his clothes In order and washhis wash washhis wnsllhis
his face and hand hands Meanwhile the theschool thoschool theachesl
school assembled not without some somenoise somenoise somenoise
noise ntJ and excitement and took their theirseats theirseats theirseats
seats They were subdued nnd or orderly ordrly oreny ¬
derly de eny when Levenworth came in and andwalked ant antwalked andwalked
walked Wi to his desk deskBefore deskBofore deskBefore
Before he had time > to be seated andas and andas ondas
as If by a preconcerted signal the pu pupils puplls paits ¬
pils pI its began to applaud Discipline and andmodesty andmodesty andmodesty
modesty made the teaoher try to stop stopthem stopthem stopthem
them th It was useless so he smiledThen smiled smiledThen fJmlled fJmlledThen
Then TI they cheered The disorder of ofthe ofthe ofhe
the th he next minute was quite against the therules therules thetales
rules 11 but nobody received rect > hed n black blackmark blackmark blackmark
mark on the schoolmasters deportmentbook deportment deportmentbook cportmentbook
book be ana after that to Levenworths hovenworihssurprise Levenworthssurprise Iovenworthssnrprlse
surprise S1 there was a II new and warm warmfriendship warmriendship warmfriendship
friendship in the bearing bt > nrlng ot the boys boystoward boystoward boystoward
toward him
A Critical MomentSir Moment MomentSir lomftntSir
Sir Edward MalefsShlftlmj Scenescarries Scenes Scenescarries Scenescarries
carries the reader to Egypt at a stirring stirringtime stirrIngtime stirringtime
time in the history of the young youngkhedlve youngkhldlve youngkhedive
khedive and shows how courage won wonthe wontbe wonthe
the day da for him When the moment momentcame momentcame
came for the bombardment of Alex Alexandria Alexndria ¬ I
andria ndria the young khedive refusedto refusedtotake refusedt refused < totake to totakl
take shelter on board an English man manoCwar man manof
of oCwar war saying that his lot lay withis with withhis withhis I
his is people peopleHe peopleHe peopleHe
He was khedive In nothlujr nothlr but name namethe namethe namethe
the whole power having passed Into Intothe Intothe Intotbe
the hands of the th rebels and hU chances chancesof chances chancesof chancesof
of escape were hardly greater than thanthose thantbose thanthose
those of a martyr In a Roman arena arenabefore arenaoorore arenabefore
before the wild beasts were uncaged uncagedThey unC1gedThey uncagedThey
They did not send wild beasts to tearhim tear tearhim tearhim
him but they did send a captain and andIlls nndhIs andhis
hIs company with orders to dispatch dispatchhim dispatchhim dispatchhim
him The wit and presence presence of mind mindof mindot mindof
of the khedlve changed what was In Intended Intended intended ¬
tended to be the supreme tragedy of ofthe otthe ofthe
the revolution Into a II comedy comedyHe comedyHe comedyHe
He saw sa the band of soldiers coming comingtoward comingtoward comingtoward
toward tt the palace When they ar arrived nrrived arrived ¬
rived rJ prepared for resistance and intending In Intending Intending ¬
tending tl to break In the > doors theyfound they theyfound theyfound
found fl the aidedecamp of the khedive khediveat
at the foot of the great staircase He Hemet Hemet Hemet
met n them civilly nnd told them that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the tl khedive was expecting them nnd nndthat nndthat andthat
that he had given orders that they theyshould theyshould
should at once be conductd to his Msproaence hispresence hisI
presence proaenceHalf presenceHalfsobered prosenceHaltsobered
Halfsobered Half sobered by the unexpected re reception reo reoceptlon recoptlon ¬
ception the soldiers mounted the grand grandstaircase grandstaircase grandstaircase
staircase and were ushered into the thepresence thepresenCt thepresence
presence of the man they had been sent sentto sontto sentto
to murder He stood alone calm and andunhurried andil andunhurried
unhurried in the centre of the greatreception great greatreception grentrecelltlon
reception hall He at once addressed addressedthem addressedth addressedthem
them th m telling them that he knew the theerrand theerrand theerrand
errand on which they had come but buttint butthat butthat
that before they carried out their in instructions Instructlons ine ¬
structions be like every man con condemned condemnell cony ¬
demned to die had a right to speakTo speak speakTo speakfo
To this they agreed and he pro proceeded proceeded proceeded ¬
ceeded to explain the situation with a aquiet aquIet aquiet I
quiet good sense that won their At Attention attention ¬
tention He told them that In n the long longrun longrlln longrun
run the greater power must conquer conquerthat conquerthat
that as matters stood he had the pledge pledgeof pledgeof pledgee
of the English to maintain him as askhedlve a1lIthedhe askhedive
khedive but that if be no longer uxlstptl ux uxIsted tJXIstI
Isted they the would be likely I1kel to totnke totnkethe takethe take takethe
the country for themselves and that thattherefore thattherefore thattherefore
therefore from a patriotic pntrlo lc point of view viewthey viewthey llw llwthey
they had better let him lireAfter lire lireAfter 110After
After discussing the matterpt matter jit t some somelength someleuth somelength
length in this strain he proceeded proc 1lded to toplay toplay toplay
play his last card lIe told the officerin officer officerIn otncerIn
In charge that he would at once raise raisehim miseblm raisehim
him In rank and confer on him the theorder theorder
order of the Medjldle With regard re rd tc tcthe tcthe tca
the soldiers who accompanied a omptlnlttd him he hewould bt btx hewould
would constitute them ills personalr personal personalbodyguard persollu persolluer
bodyguard at that moment as they theymight tbeylis theymight
might already hare perceived that he hewas blAS hewas
was AS very very much In want of soldiersy soldiers soldiersThus soldierstJ1
Thus It came about that the little littlebaud littleen littlebaud e
baud which had corar com to kill remained remainedto
to blear bleSlr
IIU JlI Munlcnl Dog UogTalking
Talking of bands a showman at atBarnstaple atI
Barnstaple in North Devon recently recentlyput recentlyLV recentlyput
put outside his ehpw the following followingj fallowingnotice
notice Come and see the Musical MusicalDog lIuslcaJDog MusicalDog
Dog Admission 2d A good many manypeople manypeople manys
people attracted by this thl Invitation Invitationpaid InvitationVldd invitationpaid
paid the sum and entered the tentwhore tent tentQ tentwhere
where a big dog wearing a huge metal metalI meta metacollar
collar was crouching In a corner cornerte cornerAtter
After waiting for a while the audience audiencegrew audiencea
grew Impatient and called calle to the showman show showle showman
man asking when the performance performancelt
was as going to begin The showman showmanseemed showmansQsmd showmanseemed
seemed very ery much surprised at their theirly thlhdy theiry
request and exclaimed as he edged edgednj edgedud edgedt
toward the entrance entranceth entranceltb
Why theres tho musical dogE dogPy dogt2ey dogEy
pointing to the mastiff Cant y yw yer yerow yozsee
see the beasts band round his neuk neukRochester niokRocllester
Rochester Post PostExpress Express
How the Boll Toll Tells the TIlDe of Par DarNautlcal ParNautical ar arNauUcal
Nautical Day Data Begin and Bnd atNoon atNoonIt atNoonrt
It Call All Hand Venda to Bury Uur the theDead theDealtTollln theDeadTolling
DeadTolling Dead DealtTollln Tolling Bell For For ChurchStrike Church ChurchStrike Cbur h hStrIke
Strike eight bellsl shouted the of officar officer otfleer
fleer of the deck ou one of the warships warshipsa
a It few days ago and tnen one of ofithe otIthe ofthe
ithe women visitors remarked Oh Ohthis Ohthis Obithis
this Is charming Have you ever heard heardthe heardthe heardthe
the chimes on a It navy ship The man manescort mancscort manescort
escort one of the full tullot of knowledge knowledgeof
of nautical knowledge kind responded respondedOh respondedOh
Oh yes os Ive been a frequent frequentfsltor frequentfsltorto visitor visitorto vlsltorto
to tha ships for I know go so o many of the theofficers theofficers theof
of officers lcers and the chimes are ire rung beau beautifully boautitully beautatully ¬
tifully But they dont have them on onall onaU onall
all the ships At that Instant the boy boyto boyto boyto
to whom the order had h d been given givenmade givenmade givenmade
made eight strokes on the ships bell belland bellnnd belland
and then all was silent even the group groupof groupof groupof
of visitors who had simply looked inquirmugly in inquiringly Inqulrlngly ¬
quiringly Into one anothers facesBut faces facesBut facesBut
But the chimes were not referred toEight to toEight toEight
Eight bells does not mean that a aship 11ship aship
ship has hns that number of bells but it is isn Isa s sa
a nautical term for the th hour The nau nautical nauthllli nautical ¬
tical day da begins and ends at noon noonTvhon noonhen noonwhoa
whoa hen eight bolls Is struck as It is isalso isalso Isnl50
also at 4 1 oclock 8 oclock and at mid midnlgbt midnlgl midnight
night nlgl t The bell Is struck half hourly hourlyone hOU1ifne hourlyone
one ne stroke being added each half hour houruntil houruntil houruntil
until eight lgbt is reached when heu the count countbegins conntbegins countbegins
begins again And nd 1C one o e Is asked askedthe ask askedthe l1 l1tbe
the time on boara bo ro a navy ship the theresponse tilerOSIonse therosponse
response rOSIonse would be so many bells and andnot andnot andnot
not the hour The bell Is of ordinary ordinarysize ordln11ysize ordinarysize
size only but it has a sharp tone and andis andIs andis
is hung just forward or abaft the fore foremast foremast foremast ¬
mast The captains orderly usually usuallywatches usuallywatchos usuallywatches
watches the clock and reports to the theofficer theofficer theofficer
officer of the deck what hour It Is s Innumber in innumber InDumber
number of bells who then orders the thehell thebell thebell
bell struck But at 8 oclock In the themorning tbemorning themorning
morning this rule Is s varied the orderly orderlyreporting orderlyreporting orderlyreporting
reporting to the officer of the dock dockEight deckElght dockEight
Eight bells sir when the officer re replies reviles replies ¬
plies Report to the captain eight eighthells eightbells eightbells
bells and chronometers wound The Thecaptain Thecaptain Thecaptain
captain then responds Very well wellmake wcUmake wellmake
make It so which the orderly reports reportsto teportsto
to the officer of the deck who com commands commands commands ¬
mands the messenger boy of the thewatch theWatch thewatch
watch Strike eight bells But 1C the thecaptain theaptaln thecaptain
captain < should chance to remain mum mumand mumarid mumanti
and arid not say Make It so no onewould one onewould oneWould
would hear the bell strike eight and andthe nndthe andthe
the nautical day would be thrown out outof outof outof
of joint jointAt jointAt t tAt
At noon the eight bells Is not notstruck notI notstruck
struck I until the navigator has corrected correctedthe correctedthe correctedthe
the clock either b b3 his noonday sight sightfor sighttor sightfor
for position of the ship when at seaor sea seaor seaI
or from his chronometer cl chronometer ronometer If with a afleet afleet afleet
fleet or at a naval station the bell mustnot must mustnot mustDot
not be struck until that of the senior seniorofficer seniorofficer seniorofficer
officer sounds and the messenger messengerstands messengerstands messengerstands
stands by the bell with clapper In Inhand Inbana Inhand
hand and as soon as the flag officers officershell ofllcersbell oflcersbell
bell begins to strike the bells on the theother tbeother theother
other vessels are struck When there thereIs thereIs thereIs
Is a large fleet lying close together the theeffect theelrect theeffect
effect Is interesting and agreeable and andone andone andone
one might Imagine that chimes were werebeing werebeing werebeing
being rung rungEvery rungEvery rungEvery
Every navy In the world except Eng England England Eagland
land follows the same custom and andEngland undEngland andEngland
England only varies at the dog dogwatch dogvntch dogwatch
watch from 4 to 8 oclock In the theevening theevening theevening
evening In these hours the bell strikes strikesevery strikesevery strikesevery
every half hour till t1110 G oclock and then thenat thenat thenat
at 030 one bell Is struck and so on to tothree tothree tothree
three bells at 730 oclock but eight eightbells eightbells eightbells
bells are sounded at 8 oclock Tradition Tradi Tradition Xradltlon ¬
tion gives this reason for this custom customBefore customBefore customBefore
Before the British naval mutinies of
1707 the bells of the ships were struck struckas
as in other navies But In one of those thosemutinies thosemutinies thosemutinies
mutinies the signal agreed upon was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the stroke of five bells 030 p m and andat andat andat
at that hour the mutineers rose to alaytheir slay slaytheir slaytheir
their officers Then when order was wasrestored wasrestored wasrestored
restored throughout the navy the dogwatch dog dogwatch dogwatch
watch system of bells was adopted to toallay toallay toallay
allay superstition superstitionBut superstitionBut superstitionBut
But the ships bell has other duties dutiesthan auUesthan dutiesthan
than that of f keeping the time It tolls tollson tollscn tollson
on Sunday mornings for the services servicesof
of the chaplain or his substitute also alsoto alsoto alsoto
to call All hands to bury the dead deadand deadand deadand
and It Is a fire signal when rung vig vigorously vigorously vigorously ¬
orously and then the ships crew takes takesthe takestIle takesthe
the positions to which they have been beenassigned beonI beonpsslgned beanassigned
assigned on the fiist day each Has been beendetailed beeniletailed
1 detailed etsled to the ship The bell is not notused notI notused
I I used as a fire signal Ju n an engagement engagementhowever engagementhowevcr engagementhowever
however for the reason that the crewmight crew crewmight crewmight
might become panlcstrlckeu and dis distracted distracted distracted ¬
tracted from the fight in such cases casesthe casesthe casesthe
the lire is reported to the captain and andhe andh andhe
he h dispatches an officer with men to toextinguish toextinguish toextinguish
extinguish it The bell Is also used ina In Ina
a 1 fog and when a ship Is at anchor anchorU
U Is struck In threes with a short In Interval Interval interval ¬
terval between each set of strokes In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the use of the bell for these several severalpurposes severalpurposes severalpurposes
purposes no contusion Is caused The Thenaif TllctaU Thehalt
taU hour signals are struck In pairs pairswith pairswith pairswith
with a t couple of seconds between eaoh eaohand anobind oaohand
and if an 1n odd number Is to be sounded soundedthe soundeOtbe soundedthe
the single stroke cornea comet last The toll tollng toUng toilng
ng for church Is by slow strokes while whilethoee whiletboee vhllethon
thoee for a fog og are In sets of three and andor aDd aDdr andor
or r a 1 flro they follow each other with withgreat withe withgreat
great rapidity npldltyNew New York Tribune Tribunenit TribunetJJ Tribunei Tribuneflis
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A uun the other day went to a a Dos Boston Doston Boaton ¬
ton dentist to have a tooth extracted extractedand extracfeannd extractedand
and decided t b > > take gas The doctoradralnlstered doctor doctoradministered doctor doctorat1clnlstered
administered the hypnotic and the man manloon manloon mansoon
loon appeared to be under Its Influence Influencebut Influence Influencebut influencebut
but he continued to keep one eyfe ey open openThis openThis openThis
This worried the doctor and he gave gavethe gavethe gavethe
the man more gas still the eye re remained remained remained ¬
mained open Shut that eye said the thedoctor thedoctor thedoctor
doctor finally losing patience Oatft Oatftsaid O bantsaid nt ntsold
said the flan In a drowsy voice volc vole i Its ruslass ItsSlass Itsglass
glass lass r < I I211alo
Stale Orowlne a New Hoof HoofSome DootS008 floorSome
Some time ago a mule belonging belongingto belbDglnito
to John Thompson a stock dealer dl1 I r Air Aircldentaity ac accidentally accidentally ¬
cidentally tore Its left hind loot foot tooU3n tooU3ntlrel1 en ontlrely entirely ¬
tirely off The l6f lej was placed pll1cct1fP In a asling usling asling
sling and the mule mul is now growing growinga grdwIna gndl ing ingn
a new hoof It Is about bout an Inch long longIndianapolis lOll lOllIndianapolis longIndiauapolisNew
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A Texas Man Who Who Soya Sole It Con no DonWith Don DonVlth DonaWith
With Vlth Ease and Profit ProfitO
0 A Seward has presented the FireDepartment Fire FlreDepartment FireDepartment
Department of Brenham Texas Toxas with witha
a pair 1 > a1r of deer which the fireman will willplace wUlplace willplace
place In their beautiful park Mr MrSoward MrSoward MrSeward
Soward has a private park in connec connection connettlon connectlon ¬
tlon with his residence and has been beensuccessful btcnsuccessrul beensuccessful
successful In raising deer for several severalyears severalyeurs severalyears
years He at present has nine head beadall headall headall
all fat and healthy healthyHe healtbyHe healthyHe
He stated to the correspondent that thatdeer tbatdeer thatdeer
deer were as little trouble to raise as assheep asshecp assheep
sheep and with proper provision and andattention andattention andattention
attention could be raised for the mar market market market ¬
ket just as successfully and extensive extensively ¬
ly He feeds his on common commonpralrle commonpralrlebay prairie prairiehay
hay and a little shelled corn once a aday ada aday
da day He further stated that they ate ateno ateno ateno
no grass unless forced to eat it and andhe andhe andhe
he found them useful in keeping down downall downall downall
all kinds of weeds and shrubs around aroundhis aroundhis aroundhis
his lot Mr Seward says further that thatthe tl1ntthe tbntthe
the prevailing opinion that a fence fenceten fencetcn fenceten
ten or twelve feet high is required requiredaround requiredaroun requiredaround
aroun around an Inclosure to keep deer is a amistake amistake amistake
mistake When captured half grown grownand grownand grownand
and wild they will Jump a high fence fencebut fencebut fencebut
but when they arc raised on the theplace theplace theplace
place a fence four or live feet feethigh feethigh feethigh
high is entirely sufficient More they theywill theywill theywill
will become strongly attached to theirnntlve their theirnative theirnative
native heath and It Is hard to make makethem makethom makethorn
them leave It Supporting this asser assertion assertion assertion ¬
tion be said somethlmes his would wouldescape wouldescape wouldescape
escape from his park through a gateIccldentally gate gateaccidentally gateacclaentally
accidentally left open and in a It few fewhours feVhours fewhours
hours would become so anxious to re return return return ¬
turn that they would leap eap the fence to tojet toget toet
jet et back If the opening through which whichthey whIchthey whichhey
they made their escape happened to holobed bo boclosed becloaed
closed cloaedThe closedThe lobedThe
The only trouble he has ever hadin bad badIn hat hatIn
In all the years he has been raising raisingleer raisingdeer raisingleer
leer was with the old stags In their theirrid theirold theirld
rid ld age they become vicious not only onlytoward onlytoward onlyoward
toward people but with each other as aswell aswell aswell
well Several years ago one of his hisaid blsold hisld
aid ld stags became so refractory that It Itwas Itwas itvas
was unsafe to the home folks as well wellis weUas wellis
is to the herd to keep him He there therefore therefore thereore ¬
fore ore made the hunters around Bren Brenliam Brenham Brenlam
liam lam a present prt > sent of him He was curried curriedto curriedto
to to o the woods three miles north of town townturned towoturned townurred
turned loose given a good start and andtwenty andtwenty andwenty
twenty or thirty hounds put on his histrack histrack hisrack
track For several hours the woods woodsiround woods1round woodsiround
iround town resounded with the cry cryjf cryot cryt
ot jf t hounds and the sound of horns and andmade andmndo andnada
made the old Texan feel as If the thetvheel thewheel thevheel
wheel of time had revolved backward backwardand backwardand backwardrnd
and that the country In respect to tosame togame tolame
same was what It used to be sixty sixtyrears sixtyyears sixtyyears
years ago a o
Moot Point of Law LawAn LawAn LawAn
An English writer gives a good exam examlie exnmpIe examale
pIe ale lie of those quibbles In legal practice practicehat practicethat practicehat
that hat have a sort of fascination for forcertain forcertain torertaln
certain minds Some years ago while whileraveling whiletraveling whileraveling
raveling on the Continent he met the theirlnclpal theprincIpal theriaeipal
princIpal lawyer for the government governmentif
of if f one of the principalities who told toldIm toldhim toldllrn
him Im of ofa a curious legal question It hadeterenee had hadeferenee hndrefiJrence
eferenee to a railway station at the thelundary tbeboundary theoundary
boundary lundary between twoprlnclpallties twoprlnclpalltiesSome two principalities principalitiesBome
Some one standing outside the win winow window winlow
dow ow of the ticket office put his hand handhrougb handthrough handhrough
through anll an l robbed the till tllllnside Inside Theloundary The Theloundary Theboundary
loundary line lay between where the thehlef tbethIef theblat
thIef stood and the till so that he was wasictually wasactually as asactually
actually in on one territory terrlt ry while the theTime tbecrime therime
Time was committed in the other otherlere otherHere otherlore
Here was a nice nut for the gentlemen gentlemenearned gentlemenlearned gentlemenearned
earned in the law to crack Which of ofbe ofthe ofhe
the be principalities should undertake the theirosecutlon theprosecution therosecutlon
prosecution irosecutlon of the culprit culpritAt culpritAt culpritAt
At It they tbeywent went in good earnest andbe and andhe andthe
the he arguments on either side were wereong wer werlong wereong
long ong and vehement till the whole case caseyas casewas casevas
was embalmed in many volumes At Atast Atlast Atnet
last net one side yielded so far as to say sayWe sayWe sayWe
We will permit you as an act ofourtesy of ofcourtesy ofcourtesy
courtesy to prosecute while at the thetame tbesame thename
tame time reserving all our sovereign sovereignights sovereignrights sovereignrights
rights rightsAt rightsAt ightsAt
At this point of the recital I asked askedAnd askclJAnd askedAnd
And how did the prosecution end endAh endAhl endAht
Ah Ahl that is quite another matter matterlaid mattersaid matterlald
laid my friend There was no prose prosecution prosecution proseutlon ¬
cution utlon we were only arranging what whatwe whatwe whatwe
we should do whoa we caught the rob robber robber ¬ I
ber but we never caught him himYouths himYouths hlmYouths
Youths Companion CompanionIrotectlnff Compftnlonlrotectlnl CompanionProtecting
Protecting Game in Mlnneiota MinaesotaIn MlnneiotaIn InDeiota InDeiotaIn
In Outing Leonldns Hubbard Jr Jrhas Jrhas Jrhas
has a notable article on game con conditions conditIons conlltions ¬
ditions in Minnesota which will also alsobe alsobe
be be read with Interest by sportsmen In Inother Inother Intber
other tber States Mr Hubbard says saysThe saysTbe saysThe
The Ingenuity displayed by shiphers ship shippers shippelS ¬
hers of game is really of a high order orderQuail orderQuail orderwall
Quail grouse and prairie chickens can canot cannot canlot
not ot be sold lawfully In Minnesota MinnesotaBut 1IlnnesotaBut MinnesotaBut
But they have been shipped from me meState tlleState roeState
State In a dozen Illegal ways Oncen Once Onceconsignment I Ia
a n consignment of rabbits was exam examined e3amIned examned ¬
ined by the officials and it was found foundthat foundthat foundhat
that hat each rabbit had been opened and andsewed andsewed andsewed
sewed up again after a quail had been beenplaced beecplaced beenlaced
placed laced inside Likewise quail andther and andother andother
other ther forbidden birds were found inpane In Incans Incans
cans labeled condensed milk In bales balesof bnlesof balest
of t hay and in bedding beddingMr beddingMr beddingMr
Mr Hubbard hopes that some sort sortof sortof sortf
of f co cooperation operatfon by the Government Governmentcan
can an be arranged which will prevent preventgame preventgnme preventlame
game slaughter by the Indians There Thereare Thereare ThereIre
are a number of reservations r enotlons In Min Minnesota Minnesota Mmnlesota ¬
nesota From these the braves are arostealing ar arsteaUng areItealing >
stealing at all seasons to kill game gameIndians gameIndIans gamefndlans
Indians are hard men to keep track trackof trackof trackf
of f and their Influence is bad for set settlors settlers setlore ¬
tlors lore are reluctant to obey laws whenIndians whenfndiaus when whenIndians
Indians violate them with impunity impunityMere Impunityere impunityhere
Mere ere Opinion OplulonThe OpinionThe OpinionThe
The millennium will have arrived arrivedhen arrintlwhen arrivedwhen
when hen street railway companies begin beginecelvlng beirnreceiving beginecelving
receiving conscience money from peo people peopie peoie ¬
pie ie who rode without paying their theirfares theIrttlres theirarea
fares faresAfter ttlresAlter area areaAfter
After a girl has ba oeon referred refelFoo to In Inprint Inprint Inrlnt
print rlnt as a boauty beaut It Is pretty hard to toget toget tolet
get her to return to thOold the old belief that thatlift thatllte thatIre
lift la a dreary waste wasteWhen wasteWhen WASteWhen
When a woman begins to have hl1 ve n ndouble ndouble alouble
double chin she ceases to hate to rec recognize reaoinlze reegnlze ¬
ognize her grandchildren In public publicThe publlcThe publicThe
The rich old man who had only 10a 10 10in 10In
in a his pocket when h he was married marriedalways ml1rrledttlways marriedIlways
always thinks his daughter deserves deservessomething deservesQomethlng deservesiomething
something much better than her hermother hermother hernether
mother got9blcago got Chicago RecordHerald
NDUSTF NDV5TFJ I IFrench i iFrench
French scientific Journals report that tnatt
t small room renews Us air through thewalls the thetvalls
walls in an hour with twentyfive de deTees < le lefrees
frees Tees difference between the outdoor outdoorand outdoorand
and Inner temperature temperatureAn
An automobile truck Is now em employed emloyel1 employed ¬
ployed > for moving Iron safes It has hastwo hastwo hastwo
two propelling motors and a third all elevates allates olerates ¬
rates ates the safe to Its place In n the build building buildlng buildlug ¬
lug It requires three men and six sixand sIxnnd sixand
and a half minutes to place a safe on onB ona
B seventh floor Formerly It required requiredeight l requiredeight qulreJ qulreJeight
eight men two and a It half hours hoursIt hoursIt hoursIt
It Is reported from Vienna that aresident a aresident aresident
resident of that place named August AugustMatitsch AugustMatltsch AugustMatltach
Matitsch has devised a lacemaklng lacemaklngmachine lacemaklnsmachIne lacemakingmachine
machine which Is said to produce lace lacewhich lacewhich lacewhich
which Is Indistinguishable from the thehandmade thebandmade thehandmade
handmade article Many attempts attemptshave nttemptshnve attemptshave
have we believe been made to con construct construct construct ¬
struct such a machine but heretofore heretoforewithout heretoforewithout heretoforewithout
without success It Is now believed believedhowever believedhowever believedhowever
however that a machine has been de devised devIsed devised ¬
vised which will be practically suc successful successful suecesstul ¬
cessful and will supersede hand labor laborIn laborIn laborin
In this work workOne workne workOne
One One ne of the German electrical papers papersrecently pa1orllrt papersrecently
recently rt > cently described an electrical plant plantIn pbu plantin t tIn
In Norway for the manufacture of turf turfcoal turtcoal turfcoal
coal It is stated that about fifty tons tonsof tonsof tonsof
of turf are treated dally The plant plantconsists plantconsists plantconsists
consists of twelve retorts or furnaces furnacesIn
In which the heat Is produced electrically electri electrically Olectrlcully ¬
cally Turf which has previously beeu beeupressed beeulrossed beenpressed
pressed lrossed to free It from the greater greaterparts r reatet reatetparts ntor ntorparts
parts of Its moisture is distilled in inthese Inthese inthese
these furnaces producing a 1 number of ofbyproducts Qtbyproducts 4fbyproducts
byproducts as well as a very pure turf turfcharcoal turfcharcoal turfcharcoal
charcoal which whichmay may be used as a sub substitute substltute substatute ¬
statute for charcoal of wood or for pit pitcoal lIltcoal pitcoal
coal The byprQducts are a gas suit suitable suitable suitable
able for heater purposes a tar residue residuefrom residuefrom residuefrom
from which ammonium sulphate and andmetbylacohol andmethylncohol andmethylacohol
metbylacohol are obtained a gas oil oiland 01 01and oiland
and some parafflne parafflneAn paraffineAn paratfneAn
An ingenious device is now success successfully successfully successfully ¬
fully used in France by which the thespeed thes thespeed
speed s > ed of a train may be seen at nnj nnjmoment nnJmoment anymoment
moment by the engineer It consist consistof consistot consistsof
of a centrifugal pump driven by oneof one oneof oneof
of the locomotive nxles which send sendwater sendwater sendewater
water from the tender Into a small cy cylinder cyIInder cytinder ¬
tinder There the water raises a pis piston piston plston
ton against the pressure of a spring springand springand springIlnd
and moves up or down in proportion proportionto
to the speed of the train An automatic auto automatic automatlc ¬
matic registering device records the thevarying thevaryIng thevarying
varying speed so that Its rate may be beread berend beread
read at any moment by the tbi engine enginedriver enginedriver enginedriver
driver or engineer as we call him in inthis Inthis Inthis
this country This device is also a asafety nsarety asafety
safety appliance for when th thl this speed speedrises spetdrises speedrises
rises above a fixed limit the piston acts actsupon actsupon actsupon
upon a lever which throws on the airbrakes air airbrakes airIJrakes
brakes brakesThe brakesThe
The fireresisting qualities ot con concrete eonCrete ¬
crete when enforced with steel as asused allused asused
used in modern factory constructionwere construction constructionwere constructlonwere
were recently tested in a It fire occurring occurringIn
In a large New Jersey manufacturing manufacturingplant manufacturingplant manufacturingplant
plant The walls which were four fourstories fourstories fourstories
stories high and triO feet long wire wirebuilt Wlrebuilt werebuilt
built entirely of concrete strengthcued strength strengthened strengthened ¬
ened by embedded emb dded steel the floors and andcolumns andcolumns
columns being of similar construction constructionThe constructionThe constructionThe
The fire started In a wooden elevator elevatorshaft elevatorshatt elevatorshaft
shaft and burned this and a few fewwooden tewwooden fewwooden
wooden stairways and the roof butowing but butowing lIutowing
owing to the absence of Inflammable Inflammablematerial In inflammablematerial ammable ammablematerial
material it never became a very hot hotflre botfire hotfire
fire With the exception of the destruction de destruction tIestructlon ¬
struction of a panel or two In the jthefloors JluJJrs thefiiors
floors JJrs where particularly heavy loads loadswere landswele loadswere
were concentrated nnd the burning ot otthe atthe ofthe
the roof which was entirely of wood woodno woodn
no n damage was done to the he building buildingHow bul1t11ngHow buildinghow
How Convict Kill Time TimeIt TIlDeIt TimeIt
It Is at once Interesting and pathetic patheticto
to go through the cells of the Eastern EasternPenitentiary EasternPenitentiary EasternPenitentiary
Penitentiary and to note the object objectwhich objectwhich objectwhich
which with tedious pains the prison prisoners prisoners prisonera ¬
ers have made to while the time away awayHere awayIsere awayHere
Here a mantel will be hung with a alambrequin alambrequIn alambrequin
lambrequin elaborately fringed the thefine thefine thefine
fine knots and delicate patterns of the thethreads thethreads thethreads
threads comparing with the work ofthe of ofthe ottbe
the French laceumkers The lambre lambrequin lombrequln lambrequln ¬
quln is of an odd blue hue and the thevisitor thevisItor thevisitor
visitor Is told that it is made of an old oldpair oldpnlr oldpair
pair of prison trousers On a little littlegilt 1Itt1 1Itt1gilt littlegilt
gilt brllckeUs bracket Is a small stuffed animal animalThe animalIlle animalThe
The bracket so delicately turned Is of ofnewspapers otl1wspapcrs ofnewspapers
newspapers pasted together and gilded gildedaud gilded1ud gildedand
and the animal Is a rat caught In a ahome 11home ahome
home made trap tra stuffed with rags ragsand ragsaUll ragsand
and with pieces of chewing gum col colored colored collored ¬
ored with Ith shoe blacking for its eyes eyesA eyesA res resA
A wall Is completely covered with a areally areally ureally
really artistic decoration of reeds ou ouwhich on onwhich onwhich
which are perched at least 200 birds birdseach bltdsenc4 birdseneb
each accurately colored and drawn drawnThere drawnThere llLwn llLwnThore
There arc also numberless checker checkerboards cb checkerboards cker ckerboards
boards and sets of chessmen that In Inthe Inthe inthe
the delicacy of their Inlay work and inthe in inthe Intho
the Intricacy of their carving would dohonor do dohonor dobOllor
honor to the th craftsmen of the Orient OrientPhiladelphia OrlentPhiladelphia OrientPhllndelphia
Philadelphia Record RecordThe Recordrhe RecordThe
The Disadvantages of Uornliin UornliinIt lIemJamIt irerobmIt
It would be a good thing If f lu ourpublic our ourpublic ourpublic
public schools courses in heroism to toteach toteach toteach
teach our boys aud girls that after afterall aCterall afterall
all while heroism is a fine thing and a agreat Rgreat agreat
great thing It is a It most uncomforta uncomfortable uncomfortable uncomfortable ¬
ble thing and that possibly on thewhole the thewhole thewllole
whole the best and most lasting work workthat workthat workthat
that is accomplished In life comes co es from froma
a steady application of ones best on energies onorglus onorgies ¬
orgies to a noble purpose meeting with withhonest withhonest withhonest
honest and patient effort the theemergen theemergencles emergen emergencies ¬
Glee and vexations of dally life and andholding andholding andholding
holding true to the middle course coursewhich coursewhlcl1 coursewhich
which assures a urlS success without bring bringing bringIng bringlug ¬
ing notoriety A flxeO purpose to dowell do dowell dowell
well that which one jas ins ts to do will willIn wlllIn willin
In the end bring laurels of more per permanent pormanent parmonent ¬
manent value to the world at large largeand largeaUlI largeand
and to the unheralded hand that thatachieves thatachIeves thatachieves
achieves its ItS purpose than those which whichare wl1lcltI1re whichare
are even worthily bestowed upon the thebrow thebrow thebrow
brow of him who avails himself of an anunusual anunusual anunusual
unusual chance In an abnormal fash fashIon fashJonBar11e1s tashionHarperA
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The Modern lod 1D Financier FlnanolerIt SinanolorIt FinancierIt
It 13 is a a pl pleasant Qsant place this tbi earthIm earth earthIm eartbIm
Im glad gld ll1d I chanced to try it itIt itIt itIt
It can t cost more than it is worth worthAnd wortliJl wortliJlAnd worthsAnd
And so I guess Ill buy it itWashington itWl1sl itWashington
Washington Wl1sl ingtoQ Star StarThe StarTho StarThe
The Idea IdeaFather IdeaFatherUMnrle k kFathorMarie
Father FatherUMnrle Marie I wish you Would Wouldask wouldIIsk wouldask
ask that young young Perkins why he doesnt doesntgo doesntgo doesaigo
go home homeearller earlier earlierjust enrllerDaughterWhat II I IDaugbterWhat
DaughterWhat an Idea papat papatjust papa papaJust
just as If he doesnt knovPuck knovPuckBI know Puck Pucknit
nit BI Hill BUIYour HI1IYour HillYour
Your young nephew William ap appears appears ¬ t
pears to think thh k he knows l < now8 much more morthan morfthan morethan
than he really does icnow icnowuYes know knowYes a aYes
uYes Yes he Is a Bill that Is stuck up upbut upbut upbut
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Wl1l1amThe William The Idea of his calling his hisbook blsbook hisbook
book an historical novel It dqesnt dqesntagree dQesntagree dqesntagree
agree with history even In the slightest slightestparticular sllghtestparticular t tparticular
particular particularFrederick particularFrederick particularFrederick
Frederick And so may b quite quitetrue quit quittrueBoston quitetrueBoston
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A Dollcato Point PointIt PointIt PointIt
It seems to make Scaddlugtons wife wifeas wifens wifeas
as mad as a hornet every time heboasts he haboasts heboasts
boasts that he began at the foot and andworked 11Mworked andworked
worked his way up upWell upWell upWell
Well he started In as a bootblackou bootblack bootblackou ootblackou
ou know knovOhlcago Chicago RecordHerald RecordHeraldNo Rec RecordHeraldNo rdHerald rdHeraldNo
No Sympathy SrmpalhyThere SrmpalhyThereI There ThereI
011 I am going g lng to marry your daughter daughtersir daughtersIr daughtersir
sir said the positive young man to tothe tothe tothe
the father fatherWell fatherWell fatherWell
Well you dont need to come come to me mofor mefor mefor
for sympathy replied the father I Ihave IMve IIui
have Iui e troubles of my own ownOhlo Ohio State StateJournal StateJournal StateA
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A Careful Opinion OpinionOur OplntonOur OpinionJournal
Our party has a great future said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the political enthusiast enthusiastWell eothuslastWell enthusiastWell
Well answered the pessimist pessimistThere pessimIstThere pessimistThere
There Isnt any doubt about its fu fature future futare
ture being nil right as to quantity quantityBut quantItyBut quantityBut
But I dont know about the quality qualityVashington qunlltynshlngton qualityWashmngton
Vashington Star StarA StarA StarA
A Jnitlflable Conolnilon ConolnilonI
I dont think a prince is uny better betterthan bettexthan betterthan
than the average a veragl man said th some somewhat somewbat somewhat
what violent statesmanWell statesman statesmanWell stltesmanWell
Well If your opinion oJ o the th average averageman averagenm averagenap
man Isnt any better bett r than that which whichyou whlhyou I Iyou
you express of the prince you must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be a very misanthropic person personWashington pllscnWashlngton peracuWnshington
Washington Star StarThe StarTho StarThe
The Truthful DebtorLongSay Debtor DebtorLong DebtorLongSnyt
Long LongSnyt Say Short Id like to have liavethat uavethat havethat
that 10 you borrowed of me three threemonths threlmonths threemonths
months ago agoShort ngoSlIortSorry agoShortSorry
Short SlIortSorry Sorry old man but I cant cantgive cantglve cantgive
give it to you at the present writing writingLong writing1ongBut writingLongBut
Long 1ongBut But you said you wanted IK IKfor I Itor ibfor
for a little while only onlyShort onlyShortWell onlyShort
Short ShortWell Short Well I gay gave It to you youstraight youstraight youstraight
straight I didnt keep It half an hour hourChicago hourJ hourJOhlcago hourChicago
Chicago News NewsHit NeT NewsIsis s sRII
Hit Descendant DescendantIt DeseendantflIt DeecendantaIt
flIt It IB a shame remarked remark d the Duch Duchess Duchess Duchess ¬ I
ess of Broadacres to see you thus thussquander thUi1squander thussquander i
squander your noble patrimony patrimonyA
A truce to complaints I said the theDuke theDuke theDuke
Duke Will I not leave my title tc tcmy tcmy tcmy
my descendants If they are in need needlet needIlt needlet
let them marry heiresses heiressesAnd hehess08And heiressesAnd
And In a bold hand he he b appended his bissignature hissIgnature hissignature
signature to another mortgage mortgageBrook mortgageBrookIyn Brook Brooklyn ¬
lyn Life
iDo Do you serve lobsters here hereYes here
Yes sin What will you haveLife haver haverLife have haveLife
Hal na Been DeenAn BeenAn BeenAn
An Englishman went Into a restau restaurant restaurant restanrant ¬
rant in a New England town and was wasserved wasserved wasserved
served for his first coarse with a deli doltcaey delicacy dellcacy ¬
cacy unknown to him So he asked askedthe askedthe askedthe
the waiter what it was and nndthe the waiter waiterreplied walterrepUed waiterreplied
replied repliedIts repUedIts repliedIts
Its bean soup sir whereupon whereuponthe
the Englishman In high indignation indignationresponded indignationresponded Indlgintlonresponded
responded respondedI
I dont care what Its been I want wantto wantto wantto
to know what It Is Philadelphia PblladelphitrTimes PhiladelphiaTimes PhllatlelphlXlmes < <
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