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ri r Ii I THE WORLD WEDNESDAY EVENING AUGUST 7y 1901 I
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DAILY
i1 LOVE
STORY t
UtV
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THE LOGROLLING
s L By E M COLSON
Tirtt Del br ri iij terra rub c1
ACK Ir the 3uIukoke rrnlon of On
i Carlo Canada In the winter len
the
ly all ° f the men head for
f carispawhrre the lops are cut and
i v made read for transportation In the
t summer great numbers of Diem go to
the great Northwest
Miranda Jenkins was the middle sis
k ter In a family of nine Fred Pnrtn an
t was the only ann nf hIe mother and she
F a widow Miranda alnly tried to In
r duce Fred to Improxo his c < lurAtlon
1 When Fred came bark from the
t w Northwest for the last time Miranda
seemed to have suddenly removed tar
t F from him by the new aeceeslon of quiet
grace and dalntlneas
Fred went right to work at the lox
f rolling which he was fimniui One
7 day Miss Wephens the city girl whrm
Ulranda had brought back with her
r from a winter spent In Toronto axe
4 preised a great desire to sec the lox
I sent down the river
+ What Anne figure thai nnn her
4 the one out there In thr middle of the
s stream ° she exclaimed III Miranda
pointing to Fred
Jf 1eeII1Ok out the mibenn cloiisi
iielf which Miranda could tmr hated
nn Instant Inter thats the man I am
going to marry
Oh I I didnt know you were en
gaged < lthe city girl rurlotnlv
a and Miranda blushed Kith nlOrllllcal n
I > or her mistake I
Oooo she railed In a vote clear
sweet and piercing It wa thf rrgular
prearranged ton ut1 Mirnil which
had called Hrd In hr side err ulnrr
they had been ballf Fred itartleil
and astonlehed threw up his hind ant
S looked for the caller In Hint moment
he lost his footlne nn the uncertain log
and went don anions than
r 4 Ive hilled himf Ive klllfil him I
+ gaspfd Mlrantta knunltu well how
small waft the hope or his ever righting
tils way from beneath the grinding logs
nut even as she said It hl < hand ape
t pearnl clinging In the Ion which was
i neareat
Keep up rha shouted Tor
F t I1IYJ ehaddd Imploringly as his
d strength seemed to waver
11 was nearlv a week htfore the
bruised back of Fred permitted him to
itt be out of bed but the first time he
wa able to ride horsebnrk he mad
f rthe Jenkins homsstead
Miranda was nervously nrelrndlng to
t read a book In solitary grandeur when
l fired strode In upon her and gently
W draw Ihe volume from her tromMlns
hinds
handt
t cant wall any lnnrr Mlrnmly
19 he whlporeil Ivo cut to know now
Did you mean what ym < cnllr1 In me
the other dalfor my sikf you
1 know
Anil then Mlrirvln made this whl
t pored cflnffinlnn 11
Fred drr Ite only hoaii 1 love
t you 10 that I wan you to Mtuly be
r rr cmUn I wool to hr nrninlrr nf 1nu l
than I nm nnn oven nII love emi
t Just nn inueltutod thus wtbmu tin
tlnii that her rlrllfh form Will Into
t temi > ornry hut almuM toted nllrKe as
1redj itnlnnrt arms vlonl nrnund 11
nlien Ynu sty I hi1 nml I alit t done
i nothln an If well D If yea mull talk
lx french and German
WJMAKCK AJ A IOVKK
rt CIIOM Thu lnvr I tirn IIClllo
r IVII imrtk Jiift iiutilSiiil ht llarpr
T thin extni fruin 1 letter In hi
wife Is taken
l marrltil you In onlr In loxr vou In
idf Ood and a Him n thr nri > il M mv
heart and In nrlcr n IIHT In the mMft
I nf the Klratieu world a plncc fur mv
hart likh ill tin mrlrtn black
t ixliiU cilimit chili mil wliiro 1 mat lint
t the viirmlh of fie home llrr to whlrli
1 rjscrh licfik1 thyself trhort II In I
lormy and iM s ltlintn but not to
hlr a nclrty w initi for nLnra awl
r hI
I IIRII cherish mil nurse uiir ii ttie fin 1
plnc put wrest nn It vhf Lion nut
protect II rtRrflllit all lint I Ml end
itrinif for next in linili merry > there
t
N liottilnc which lr tirar nnil store
5 V necessary tr > me than your love oil
thr homelike haith that stands IT
tnieii Hi everywhere tcu In a > trance
land when we are together
J POT HOlE O
E I DRESSMAKERS
a l ib r1 caitiff Worlds Dally
t Fashion Hint
1
i + to cut IliU Jacket In medium Uc I
+ yards of mattrial or 31 luclix Mlil
y f or 31 yards H Inches wide will hr re
y q quired with I M vnriU nt embroidered
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land and 7 1arch of edging t e Irlm a
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fIr a tarn No E13aM tea 13 to b 1
7MU begenitforl0eenu
sMI > r3J Oish Niutd
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tk I t ul qJ + l i
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UR EXTERMINATION AGE
0
By T E POWERS
A A AA 1I1Ie etott
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Exterminating the Bores X A
N Exterminating the Wnrdmen 1
3 Exterminating the Hero 1
ExlcrmimHmrj tile Saloons I
+ + hi iiH + j 5jjtj + Hi + HH tkK HM H
NOT LYDDITE BUT TALCUM I
How fearlitH barley ieV
Well you see hes HOW powilcr at llllibonsa for years j
V
S + H iIi H s < H + He + HN i
larenllbellevaou1II be In the
end better off not to marry i
I do happen to know husband and
whos of opposed religion who get on
beautifully together but this IsmbOl
catfte they are tolerant and because
I they have corn to mutual agreement
on this allImportant subject
R Gm ancIhO 1ICrno1 permitted to
marry Protestant t with the I
promise that the children born of such
a marriage a tIn be reared In the Ro
man Catholic faith
Why do you not makea trlendyotthe
mother Ie girl andcomlo anun
dentandtacjlnla manly way aboutOil
i < t r
Ylh7l f f ti
THREE i OF A KIND 9
A By F M HOWARTH
w b r + i b h t
her m a
LOVERS TROUBLES CAREFULLY BY CONSIDERED HARRIET II U BRA R D AVERher LIPh 5 LFp
One Anxluiift tnn
flu Stn Alor
lam a lioy nrtilcon > rnrt nlil and t
am tnnllotIYOUI1K girl I love vary
much Uhe loves nut n alic toM me
many times My mother do rsnt Itkr
me to speak to her 1leane advise m
what to < lo
AN ANXIOUS WAITER
WOULD advise you to keep on wait
I Ing until you know what you are
a talking about At seventeen you
are a you say only a boy You can
not pofjilbly know your own mind
+ lIttrI no reason why yon should not
bo friendly with the girt It seem to me
It
> i < t
K jiltJ 1 4 Ji
t > wt U f > h I > II
prnvlitril you can be sensible
Watt five years and It you still love I
thin rums Mr talk to her about It
There can be no abjection then It I
quite likely you will have changed your
mind several time In thej meanwhile
IU Thinks leret Are Cruel
trr > lr Ayer
1 am a young man twentyone year
pfd and I have been keeping company
with a young luJy nineteen year old
for ocr AurI love her very rauon r
but her parent object to me on ac
count of my religion She U devout
Catholic and lain aProtertantI would
lIIiiou to tell ma tllhiiuI4i d la
11 MJ i i jr i11r a J I
L 1 S r Ito
2aIrr
vote 41 NO 1OW
Published by the Prese PublUhlng Company U to PARK ROW New York
Enured at UM PoHOBe at New fork a SecondClass Mall Matter
A FIGHT IN A FOG A FIGHT FOR A FOG
WHY DO MORGAN AND SHAFFER PERMIT IT 1
A fight in a fog
Is not that a fair doecription of a general war in the United
p + + + States Steel Corporation nt the present time
I DO You KXOW You will rend the statements made by
TROVmjt WMAT rmm U I the two opposing sides jn vain for anjjjleai
Assure account the trouble
But two facts tend out clearly =
The Corporation has nbt tried to prevent the Union from organir
ins lodges
The Union has not tried to compel the Corporation to raise wage
or reduce hours or employ only Union men
These being the facto why should there be war Why shouk
a destructive conflict injurious to both bo precipitated l
With no vital issue at stake how can the men lined up on op
0fing sides yet at bottom having an equal interest in the prosperity
of the United States Steel Corporation invite such calamities upon
thcmaevc l
A fight ina fog A fight for a fog I Is auch conduct worthy
of grown men nt this stage of enlightenment
SNOBS AND SORROW
The Downger Empress Frederick suffered much She lost her
handsome liusband in Uie prime of their lives She was the victim
of a dreadful lingering disease Her worldly ambitious were
thwarted Her children were not fond of her
It is impossible for outsiders to judge to what extent she wns
to blame for the defeat of her ambitions and the estrangement of
her children Rut iiMitming that eho was not to blame at all she
deterred respectful sympathy and deserve that kindly and piteous
remembrance which is the due of all who have been unfortunate
and unhappy
But why these extraordinary anti extravagant outbursts of
sentimentalism What is the difference between the sorrows of a
Dowager Empress nnd the sorrows of Frau
au eu e
Tins at7Picw Muller ItJlC widow of the dienstmann struggling
I
I disease
HVMA plus poverty in an attic Why should it be
o t 1 regarded an a matter for special wonder or
special agony of mourning that an Empress i
got no better treatment at the hand of fate than do millions of
I
women in all walks of life throughout the civilized world
I
She was n widow nnd that word is no sadder for her rank
Shn had a mortal and cruel disease the fate of multitudes
Sho foiled in soino of her ambitions and was not happy in her
family relations just like OItllleI ohsuuro people
She is said to have borne all bravely the ordinary heroic
human habit
It M amazing how long it is taking for the simple solfovidont
facts of tho common origin and common mnkoii lulld common
dedtiurnf all human beings to win the actual as well as the nominal
assent of so many of us
A SENSIBLE YOUNG BANDIT
Upon hid arrest a boy highwayman a graduate of the fivoccnt
tiution college was approached by a reporter for an interview
He drew himself lyi with great dignity and said
+ Bandits dont talk to the press
A very jut and ionciblo remark It is here yet down and
p TQ emphasized for the instruction of all bandits
f A WIlt HUM of nil degrees
WHO
Volt FEAR AM TUB I Bandits r political r industrial 7 socinl and
L til OUT otherwise urn forever nt war with the press
uj They hate die interviewer They loathe the
light of publicity
If you want to know what a baneful wicked thing the press
bthe press of publicity the press dial speaks without fear or
favorFe and ask the next bandit you meet what he thinks of
newtpapero
WHE8 TUB DEVIL WVUI SORRY
A diort time age an Rnicllsh parson saw an Irtah member ot Ills eonfrevattia
carntnit trlckr t > v a ladder to n building In the tours of erection
What that > nure lolng Pat Inquired
hure Yet Onner Ita a church Im bulldtn
A Protestant one
Ne Ter Onnor a Cathollo one
Im sorry Indeed lo see It Pat
Eh end so is the dell lerOnncr London King
+ 1
11IIIdEt I9T VISIT
Mrs Knox said the hostess s dinner your little boy doesnt seem to bare
much appetite
No he doesnt thats a fact
Dont be bashful Willie the hope urged Wont you have some mote
of anything
No maam Willie replledI Tied up on cookies before I come cause I
heard ma nil pa toe wouldnt get much here Philadelphia Press
M +
HttW WOMB CUT
Mr Insjay who Imagines she le youthfuli understand Mr nrown whom
we met yesterday Mid he would never take me and my May for mother and
daughter
Mrs Pepprey Yes I believe he said you looked like daughter and grandmother
Philadelphia Press
this matter as 1 love her very much
and I think she likes me I think parents
rent are sometimes cruel on both sides
Jlen
j n
UNDERSTAND the parent feeling
I better than you are prepared to do
at present A difference In religion
le often the cause of serious and per
manent unhapplncks both for husband
and wife
1 think these matters should be set
tled before marriage and If you cannot
come to an understanding which shall
be satisfactory not only to the girl and
yourself but which will enable her to
maintain her filial retattoes with herr
11
t 1t1 tll r 1 t t Jiil
1 First Hllm1 ilont see why they called him a ho > jj
Second Ham Neither do tWe are fat and meat all the wny
d through while he Is nothing but akin and bone j
g w t MHfH > > > H + S + HM
THEY CERTAINLY DID
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Daniel reailliiK front the Kings cuneiform IcttcrI hopo these
few lions will flnd 8nwcll j
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t J First Little GlrlrOh my dogs EO clever > See how beautifully he
fcejn her
Second Little Girl with pnohhlsh tondcnulns Ob ao U mine very
Adorer but ho a too well bred to do anything so < common i
y
r W > > ii i N + N y N < iW + w ttVwii
most serious difference of faith
Idonol think pircntu are often cruel I
They look upon the matter from a van
tagepoint of experience wlilch stmt
people do not understand but thank
Heaven the average mother mil lather
are tat lea and truest friends their
children can have
The Lest Womsia to Marry
I Deer Un Atr
Expecting tie married this fall to I
a ounlladwho baa a very Jealous
way and a violent temper I1 ask < your
kind advice This rwllljnof allow
me1 topeak toy any you ug lad Ifmeet
1rn accident + ir e v herarery < Mtoad
j jj
ii = rt
1a f r ill
Mj r
ft ij j
evening Bhe accuser me when not
CPIIK her nf going laj the company or
other girls a thins never do She got
mu to give up my mnscullne friends I
love this girl dearlyantiImayuY
slir leer melba same nut her Jealousy
and temper act the beat of her Shall
I part from her
herBROKENHEARTED
BROKENHEARTED
If JKAIOU8 sweetheart can muke
Vt things uncomfortable as you
f L I1 v a discovered A JealouwlIe
can malle life unbearable eland usually
doesnIt aw fly rail mans Uit i upthe
l 11 1E 2 M in2
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i SL THE J fH1J
JL OF THE J
dENGLISH
t
I ANEW LANGUAGE TO LEARN
rl
jF you ark B street at your htnietie
o IF England whether he like hU meat j
l rare he ask what you laid btcueeJ
he doe not you
r He calls meat underdone when It It net
thoroughly cooked It you tell him you
fear the nparasua Is canned he la ata
t lose again because he would have said
It wan tinned
Toakhtmte peas the powdered sugar
wUl again let him to wondering tor ha
calls It Icing sugar generally though be
i knowr that ibissometimes called caster
> or lifted eujmr
t And If ynu hue candy on th > tall II
ou may not call It eo without betraying J
your foreign origin for he call sated
sweet abbreviated from awefl
meat and bred to dwlgnate all pre
serve nuddlnc plea candle and jam
To go further along eoeentrleltle l of
English at the dlntngtable moat per
son know I suppose that the beet It
called beetroot cornstarch la called corn
flour corned beet or a particular cut
ofIUJclled sllversldes of beef and
napkins are eervlettei
fhe American who believes ai thou
iiands do that to betray ones national
Ity In to Invite nvctchnrslns and extor
tion In the West n < l sloops of London is
not only hard pressed to choose the pe
culiar wurde the English employ but he
han quite ax many and as deep pitfall
to ovoid In the methods ot pronuncia
tion i
I will not refer to the false or Ignorant
methods of Illiterate persons but Will
confine attention to some occentrlclllf
of pronunciation of gentlemen and ladle
or education rank and breeding Th T
any ImmcJItly io Injln for engine JrJ
mllltr rigger and flgger1 J
dark for clerk paytent naytlon
alnnd o on through a long list
The peculiarities of their mode of pry
nounclnc their own names of fajnlllea
places elnd things arc not open to criti
cism because If they may not to at
they please with their own It la hard
Indeed They pronounce Berkeley bar
clay Cowper is cooper CadopDIa
kiTtluggon Ralph le rafe In tome efilre
Craven la soitMtlmm crawveen Derby
Is darby Ieve onQower become loos
ungore Hertford U hartford and Al
bany Is spoken so that the ant ynable
shall rhyme with shall Instead of wttk
hall a > with us
I heaitate to say that Chotmooiieleaj M
called churaley and that lUauehaump la
beecham as every one knows tkM
eecentrleltle yet they are tba eet n
markabla of all the liberties the Baa
llsh take with their lantpage
You must say Balm rlaaC TraJU I
gar and you must chop the following
names eery short Uidfet Hebs
south uk and Merrybun whenaveir yow
wish to nay Ludgate llelborn BowtB
walk Marylebone
r hAn heard the King call Ala ear
house Mobrer Houe though we call It y
Marlborough House Julian Rmli k If
Harper Magazine
I I
LETTERS t
FROM
THE PEOPLE
EVERYBODYS COLUMN
M
A Pcriletent tlenrd
Tn th Rrlllor or Th Briit t WotlJ
Could any one give a young roan Inl
twentieth > 13r some su5Se tlon that will f
check or slop tho growth of hair on bs 4
face He can take a close shave and ta
about six or seven hours hU beard will
he out about n sixteenth of an Inch
A D M0
loA U PnBlll l Union
Tu Ie Wllcr or The Etrnlnc WorM
After heath so much about the se
cret prlirnKhtiiiK going on In New York
I suggest the lighter join together aid
form certain set of reinlutlona or lam
a ml have this for their preamble We
the puglilsts of New York In order te
form morn safe flchtlnc places to e >
tabllrh bnjtln clubs to Insure tnem
against police kc do ordain and eetab
lush these laws for the PuglltitV Units
of New Tork ISRAEL WBINUaMU t
A Hint to rko osjrMs li e J r
re ti ether at Tdi Erairiac Were J
Hay you ever noticed that JUt t
photograiiha of group ok usually If
catch a better and mote correct llfceneee e
than do profeaslonai picture I think L1
the reason Is that every one la natural 1
when pr < tng before an amateur If Drs i
fetslonal photographer would avoid I
giving their subjects stilted pose but
would engage them In conversation amt
snap hem unexpectedly the result
would be far better
AMATEUR PilOToonAPIIEIL11
I o
Where Ia tilt ti
i
To the Ullw ot Ttit Eeair WcrW
What ha become of the much her I
aided shirtwaist man When last fall
came he seemed well on his way bore r
Yet this season where la 1i1Jlu Its
been laughed out of exlatence air lei
so ashamed of having for once blun 1
dered Into a sane and pretty summer t
coatume that we hasten to hId UT
Where l s het J WA1TFOBIM
h
An lNsUle Canary
To the IMIlor ol TIle Ktalni Vcil4 i a
Our canary bird uI h nuthma nnfl 1 l 1
think It slops her frcm singing Mayfce
readers will tell me something to CUTS
hp and make her sing E D A 0
I aIn
T
In the trouble In the strife
In the loneliness of year
Let WI soy that life la life
With It sunshine with Its team
Bear its burdens brave along
And of Morrow make altOn
Grief la not forevermore 1
After all the t oceanknells a
Sure the hDa will sight the shore
I l ear the welcome of the belli
I Bear A life burden brave along
Borrow silenced s bya cong E i
L AtIant a ouutntlgk J
2J J
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