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vening World Daily Magazine, Wednesday. August 16, 1911,
m- O. HENRY'S LAST AND BEST SHORT STORIES
Story of a Man Who Was the
Original Wanderer," Or--?
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ne. r as pnmo is tool iota ni sru )
PAT an hour by mm. In tha
edltcr's room of the .Montop
Oils Weekly flogl. I waa the
The eaflrnn rays of thl de-
rllning sunlight filtered through the
lotnuutki In Mlrajah Wtddup'a fardm-
and cast an amber glory upou
nv paate pot.
I at at the editorial desk In mv non-
Irotarv revolving chair, nd prcrar i
ay editorial egalnst the ojigarciiles.
Th room, with Its one window, wa
1 1 ready a prty to the twilight One. bv
wllh my trenchant (entente, I
npped on the heads of the political
rira. wh'.le I .listened, full of bindlv
c. to the hotnc-roinlng ceAs-hell and
rondcred what Mrs. i'lanagan was go.
IS to MV fur supper
ten In from Ihl dusay, quiet street
Iherc drifted and per. hod himself upon
corner of my i.esk old lather TItna's
Hla f wa. beardleaa and as gnarled
an English walnut. 1 never saw
rl othrs SU 'h a he wore. They would
uive reduced Joseph s coat to a mono-
The Jarr Family
la'lllkt ini 1 b) The Pr rmwsMai ".
iTUr N York Werldl,
By Roy L. McCardell.
Kit. .lAlllt went to the telephone
and called up Clara Mudrldge.
MlM .Msidiidge'e maid an
swered with the
M I s a Mudrldge
min t up yet.
"You tall her
it a Mrs. Jarr, and
put on her ki
mono, and coma
down to tha tola
phone!'' aald Mra.
Jarr, with lomi
After a long
v - -. wn, me innm 1 f -
' 7 or, it", P turned to tha
W-CARDELt Mudrldge end of
th telopliotitt and informed Mrs. Jarr
that MifS Mudrldge -aid that she
wasn't up yet. wouldn't arise for some
time, and suggested that Mra. Jarr
call up tever.il hours laier.
'The minx"' cried Mra. Jarr, aa ahe
hung up the telephone receiver. After
lall 1 did for that girl, too! Time was
that she'd lie on that telephone day
kind Right pei-ieiinc the Ufa out of me,
when sho wasn't hanging around this
tiouse lit'i-Klinf toe to help her entrap
poor Mi. Sluer, Now she's lujt him
lane bin ntl 're. Further than that, alia
takes my lius'imid out to the theatre
lid M.'ikcii eves at hlml can re her!
"1 mlVht have gone mysidfl Qood
Ine.'s kiiimh, I net very Utile enjoy.
meut'" continue, Mrs. Jarr. pulling
rMnre fuel to her wratn. "Hut, no, 1
sjcriii e my own MeMure ',ir athiari
and this 1m tile thanks I get! PW-
tuaataly, I can truet m huabMdl Hut.
really, I made , a gn at mistake In
throwing him In Hie way of a bold girl
of that aortl''
Kiiortly after noon, she pur on her hat
and went am,. ...I to M.ss Mudrldge.
..nd all the Way she thought of sting
ing thing! to ay.
"Miss Mudrldff, Isn't bona." said the
grinning maid, who answered Mra
Jarr e line ,.: the Mudrldge don-. "She's
"(lone out ?" echoed Mrs. Jarr. "Why,
, 1 called. her up this morning: and she
surt word by you that eh" Wouldn't be
up for some time.
"She had an engafamejlti mum A j
lent called in an auloinoM c for lier
ahout half an hour ago," anewered tile:
maid, "and he woa
and waiting for him,"
Oh: Mr. BllVkf Is hack In tiie ally?"
emitted Mrs. Jarr In titi inquiring tone.
"It wasn't Mr. .Sliver. It was a very
diSeruni party from Mr. MlVarV1 aald
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Isi.ilna ami patches and the work of
sun ami rust were responsinla for the
I diversity. On Ins roarse shoes was the
I dust, conceivably, of a thousand
t I CM deserilie him no further, except
to say that ho n .is little and weird and ,
old old I began to estimate In fen- !
I hiring w hen I as him.
Yes, aid I remember '.net there was
, an odor, a faint odor like aloes, or
poMlbly like myrrh or leathar; and I
j thought of museums.
And then I reached for a pad and
.pencil, for buslneee la business, and
vlelte of th oldaat Inhabitant are sa
cred and honorable, requiring to ba
"I am glad to ace you, air," I said.
"I would offer you a chair, but you
eee. air,'' I went on. "I lieve lived in
Montopoila only three weak, and I
have not met many of our cltlaena "
I turned a doubtful eye upon hie
duat-xtalned ohnea, and concluded with
a newspaper p'irase
"I eupiinee that you reatda In our
My visitor fumbled In tils raiment,
drew forth a soiled card and rmnded
It to me. 1'prm It wo wrlltan 1n plain
hut unslaadily formed ciiarartre the
name "Mtohnh Ader "
"I am glad you railed, Mr. Ader," I
aald. "As olio of our older citlzana you
---y-innciru o u .11 n.i im.o.iui.iuijsT
9tr. Jarr Doesn't Know Yet Whether
He h Fromoted or Out of t Job.
- . aaMasaSjaif - - - . m
tbt maid mysteriously.
A horrlhla euaplclon pervaded Mra.
Jarr. Hhe forced a smile and aald, with
"Mow stupid of me' I forgot Mr Jarr
was to .-all for her first In the automo
bile." "It w-Hn't Mr. Jarr, either," replied
the maid. "It was the same gentleman
that brought her home last night and
lie gave me a five-dollar lip Oh, I for
got! I waan't to gay a word'
But Mra. Jarr, though atlll curious,
felt relieved. It was evident that Mr.
Jarr waa not Implicated In any more
automoinle acandala She felt recovered
eufllclentl to leave n parting sling.
"Tell Miss Mudrldge," alio aald, "that
she left that package of icttera Mr. sil
ver wrote her before he Jilted her at
our tiouac. And I want to know what
I shall do with them."
And aa she walked away ahe aald to
"I know what I'll do with them. I'll
keep them and all the fnollah notea ahe
wrote MK', too! i ll hold something over
the head of Missy!"
She returned home and later on called
up Mr Jarr.
"!o you know where Clara Mudrldge
Is"" asked Mrs. Jarr.
"Yes," aald Mr Jarr, "I do'"
"Where la she?'' asked Mrs. Jan
' She a run off and married the boas."
replied Mr Jarr gloomily. "He'e juat
tilephoned In from Yoiikers that he l.s
married Mill Mudrldge apd won't he at
the Ofltoa for several days, I guess I'd
bitter go out and look for another Job.'
"You come home and tell me all about
It." replied .Mrs. Jair. "And you take
a couple ol days off, too."
"I'll have plenty of ggrg off. Off the
payroll, 1 mean," replied the doleful
man. "Ho don't Ilka me. He th.nka
she's the laxloab bride."
"Don't talk ellly'" replied Mrs. Jarr.
"if there's a giateful atom In all Clara
Mildrldge's body tf he'll see you get pro
moted. Jf there Isn't -well, you leave It
But it wis only at his usual hour that
Mr. Jurr look his lint in I ahul dow n
As he same sorrowfully up the street
to hla ho, ne 1 slouching figure came out I
from Oua'i tide door, it was Mr, Jack I
liver dlsguleed as a chauffeur.
Mr Mlver stuck his et under Mr. I
Jarr'l aoee, while the tears rolled down
"Robberl villain cried Mr. Mlver.
"Look at this evening paper' fjgmg
1 mal Klopeuienl " Through jour inach- 1
illations ti nl.v woman I ever loved
has married our boss In YonUoi.t! '
What are Yonkir'"' linked Mr Jarr I
It was an old gag, hut It came in fiat.
.' ' U MNflofi ft
timet view wltli pride the recent growth
and eni-rpr.ee of Montopolla. Among
other improvemente I think I can
promise that the town will now e pro
vided with a ile, enterprising newa
pa" "DO ye know the name on that card?"
asked my caller, interrupting me.
"It la not a familiar one to me," I
Again he visited the depths of hla an
cient veatinents. Tills time he brought
nut a torn leif of S'vim Ix.ok or Journal,
brown and Ml may with age.
The heading of the page waa The
Turkish Spy in old-style type; the print
ing upi n It w as thlli
rheie If a man come to Par! In this
venr Ifitl who pretend to have lived
these sixteen honored years. He eaye
of himself that ha waa a ahnemaker In
Jerusalem at the time of the niri
flxlon; that hla mmr 1s Mlchob Ader.
and that when the Measla waa con
demned be I'ontlu. Pilate, the ltnmin
ptealdent. lie paused to ret while bear
MM His croa lo the pUire of cruel
IIPJW befoie the door of Ml hob Ader ,
1 ne anoemsHer atru -k Jesua with hla
st, saying '(in; why tarrleat thou."
The Mosslaa anawered hlni: I Indeed
am going, hut thou ahalt tarry until 1
come thereby condemning him to live
until rhe day of Judgment.
"Ha Uvea forever, but at the and of
every hundred year he fall Into a fit
or trance, on recovering from which he
find himself In the same state of youth
In which he ws at the time of the
Ouoinxi Iietng then about thirty
year of age.
"Such Is tli story of th Wandering
Jew. ae told by Mlchob Ader. wko re
lates" Here the printing ended.
I mint have muttered aloud aomethlng
to myeelf about the Wandering Jew, for
the old man apake up, bitterly and
"Ye have my name on the cam? ye
hold: and ye have read the bit of pa
per they call The Turkish Spy that
printed t lie newa when I stepped Into
y ' , '1
I laid down my pencil and pad
Clearly it would not do. Here wae an
mm nil lor local column Of the Bliarta
but It WOllld not do.
Ktlll, fragments of the ImDOestbla
"personal" began to flit through mv '
"I'iK'le Mlciiob la aa pry on hie 1
Caprngbt. 111. by Tk
a UATEt For 1 know FOVR men; and one it a thing of beauty; and one
is a human money bag; and one is a genius; and one is a man of 'char
acter,' unto whom I can LOOK VP- Yet my heart is divided amongst them.
Then I answered her, laying:
"Oo to, my Daughter! I charge thee wed not an Adonis, lest thou be
condemned to serve all the day of thy life at a human PICTURE FRAME,
and to duell forever in fear and trembling.
"Lo, she that iceddcth a Caliban dreadeth not lest OTHER women ahull
tirraf MM from her; but she that marryeth a man for hit "fatal fatcina
lion." shall pcradventure DIVORCE him for the tame reaton.
".Vaj. if thou desirett a parlor ornament, get thee a poodle dog, which
is more stylish and lett expensive.
"Tor a thnig of beauty is not ALWAYS a joy foreveraround the
"Above all, I charge thee, wed not a QF.SWP, for of inch is the
Kingdom of Incompatibility.
HF.N with two head ha been
born in China.
A Wi! ieedefl man has made an aero
of a , heeli.urrow for his,
A bootmaker at Iaiuglihorough fell
from a fourth-floor window on to a
triead and was pteked up laughing,
Dr M:ikow. ;in eminent Russian,
scientist, has made a discovery of enor
mous Importance to tha medical pro tea.
sion. Ho will Hot say what It Ir.
Wall. in;: U with her mother from
church, Mary I.kinii or Uoweitofi delib
erately collided with a motor-car anl
was seriously injured. She ion1 been
bghgVtflg strangely for some time paid
Arrested for aaulting the police,
lames Maeterlinck of UOredltch, la
borer, no hard abode, remarked. In reply
to th Judge, tliut he a, is no relation to
the famous poet and did not want lo ba.
The lit. fund down. Uondoa
"Our venerebla caller relate wlrh
pride that Qeorge Wash -no. Ptolemv
the Oroat-once dandled Mm on his
knee at hi. f.lhe, . I,,.,,..
"TTtw-Ia um.k .... .1... ....
' mmm nothing le. t, irv,
the .i.-tmnea. fh. rotn.rt ih. cr-ens
, around Mount Ararat Then he waa
I j boy"
SAYINGS OF MRS.. SOLOMON
By Helen Rowland
I'rss rltaaiag Co. (Th. Na Tor Wurtd).
how shalt thou lelecl a hutbandf
For they come In assorted materials and
beuUdrriny designs; yet there eeemeth but
Utttc choice among them.
Xow, a dameeX came unto me saying:
' BehoU, I would HARRY. 'Yet, how shall I choose
Splash! Splash! Splash!
tv .. j4
"Why do you aay my bathing auit
"Because 'brevity I the aoul of
'onirtlht. 1UU bl Tbf PffeM l'ul,llihln Co. (lb. Na York Uor dl.
TMI S I 3 TME AfjC.
OF VSsHt"T& WASb-l -VOVJ
rvlU 5T NOT
-0 ---. eusMMa
But no, no It would not do.
1 was trying to think of some con
versational subject with which to In
ret my visitor, and wa herniating
net ween walking mat. -he and the Pli
ocene age, when the old man suddenly
began to weep poignantly and dla
tresstully. T'lseer up. Mr Adsr," I eatd. a little
awkwardly; "this matter mav blow
over In a few hundred yeata mora.
"Verily, verity, a unman cannot fubtlal happily ALL her dap upon
vitiont, and moonbeamt, and tantrums, and rarebitt, and temperament,
and tabic d'hotet.
"And, lo, when the gill colicfor cometh in at the door, love flyeth
out throught the tkylight.
"Moreover, a MILLIONAIRE ii not alv ays a matrttnontal PRIZE.
For poor man sometimes clcaveth unto hit wife becaute, having paid
her bill, he con afford to go forh re: ELHE than home; but when he
acquircth the wherewithal to buy TWO automobltei, he ihall peradvtnture
take a different route, which shall ltd in a domestic PHARIhVP."
"Then," cried the maiden, "there it but one left which I may wed ;
even the man of CHARACTER, unto whom I can LOOK VP!"
And I ansuered her sadly, lighlng:
"Tea, verily! Yet I charge thee do all thy BTAR-QAZING before
marriage. For, AFTER marriage, thou canst look up to d.VV man only
by itanding at the foot of the itairi!
"Yet, let not thine heart be troubled ooneeming whom thou (halt wed.
For, verily, verily, like unto all the REST of ui, thou shalt accept blindly
THAT one which PROPOBETH unto thee.
"Alas, a husband is like unto a cotillon favor, which cannot be ehaien
Thou must only take, what thou (JETTEST, and strive to 'look pleasant
about it!" Hrlah.
"I wonder if that's why the hotel
crowd aay ftt'l a ahine "
There ha already been a decided re
action In favor of Judas Iseartot and
Col llurr and tin, celebrated vtotlnlat,
Hlgnor N.-To This 1 rhe age of while
wash. You muat riot allow yourself to
he om downhearted "
I nknowlngly. I bed sururk a .ihord
The old msn bllnkad helllgerenaly
through hla senile teara.
' 11a time.' 'he eald, "that the liars
be doln' luetic be someboAy. Yer hi
torlati are no more than a nark of
old women gahhlln' at a wak. A finer i
man Mian the Invperor Nero nlver wore t
andale. Man, I waa at (he hurnln' of ,
Ilome. I knowed the Impenor well, for
n tlam davs I waa a well known char
acter, In thlm daya they had rayspect
for a man that lived forever.
The Thrush's Nest.
I'riiSS a thick and spreading
That overhung a mole bill
large and round,
I hoard, from mom to morn, a merry
King hymn to aunrtae, while I drank
tha a. u:,d
Wllh Joy- and often an Intruding guaal,
1 watch'd her secret tolls from day
Hon true he warp'd the mnaa lo form
Ami inodel'l it within with wool and
And by ami by, like heath hetla gilt
There lay her shining eggs, as bright
Ink spotted ,er shells of green and
And t iere I wltneea'd. In the uiumer
A broad of Nat, lies minstrels chirp
an. I ll
Olad as the -iinalilua and ti e laughing
I JOMM ci.AllB.
' it it 'twa of tha Imperer Nrn I wi. gaged, wldout rlferencej, a houseketp
goln' to tell ye. I struck into Itome. upler at the palece.
the Applan Way. on the night of July "'All In one day,' eay the Impernr,
the Htli, th year slKty-four. I Nad Just' 'sh put ip new lc w lady-curtains
stepped down by way of Mlberla and Af- 1 In thh palace and Jolna the antj-tobac-ghaniatHti,
and one font of me had a co society, and whin I feels the need of
fro1-hli and the other a blister burned . a smoke I must be after sneakin' out
by the sand of the deeert; and 1 wae I to these pile of lumber In the 'Ins'
fselln' a Ml blue from dnln' patrol duty I "go there In the darli me and the
from th North Pole down to th" Ist ,
Chance corner in rataxonla
mtocallod In the bargain.
"Well, I'm tellln' ye I was pnaaln' th
Otfraf Magtmus, and It wa dark 'is
pitch iiiir the nay. and then 1 heard
enmehody alng out, 'la that you,
"Over ag'lnsl the wall, hid out nmong
1 a pile of barrrl and old di gnoda
Imtes wa the efer-r Nero w Id hla
togi a lapped around hla toes, emukln'
a long, black segar.
" 'Have one, Mb hob?' eaye be
on or the area for m aye
I nsvlhrr pipe nor eager What's the
use, eaye I, of ainnkln when ye ve
lint got the ghnai f a chance nf klllln'
self by doln' II?"
" 'Tru for ye, bllehob Ader, my per
petual Jew,' aaya th lmeeror; 'ye're
not always wandering. Kura, 'tis dan
ger she th pc of our pleasure -next
to their beln' forbidden '
" 'Ami for what. any 1. 'do ye
dark Mgeea wldmit
emoko be night In
even a rlnturlnn In plain cloth-a
" 'Have ever beard, Mlchob.' aav a
th Impernr, of prednetlnarianlsm?'
"'I've had the couatn of 1:,' aI
Xi beea on the trot wllh pedestrlan-
taut for minv . ,-. , an, I 1,1 m I,.
come, aa ye well l.now
"And then I set down and tke. oft
a ahoe and ruba me font that Is froateil.
and the Impnror tells me about it I:
eeina that elnce I paaaad that way be-
for, th taa gar Of had mandanmsed the
Impresa wld illvorc suit, and Misses
Poipa-a. a rllHitnted la.lv. was In-
A aT r a g
n rrouiBOie mew
Career for Women
AN V woman, of whatever act.
love mill, Iran and h room In
Rhlcii to entertain tnem. may con-
duct this novel occupation aa a business
alth great success. A plainly fiirniahd
room without a carpet I th beat for
the put po.
Children from four to eight year of
ge may be taken for ta-o or three
hour at a time while the mother goes
hopping, rest, or attende to apodal
home dutlea requiring her undivided at
tention. Tor thl service Are cents an
hour could be charged. Have definite
hour when the children may come, eey,
from lo 12 In the forenoon and In the
afternoon from until I o'clock. Whan
It I taken Into consideration that ten
or fifteen children sons' be entertained
et one time a eailly a one, you can
that the work would pay, aay a
writer In the 'h1cogo Tribune.
It la the women of moderate meana
who do their own housework, or who
servant are Incompetent, who will
make t hla plan werkafete. If a ohlld la
too small to go alone to and from this
playroom, It ehould be oondurtsd by one
of the older children. The entertalner'e
dutlee would then oeeamenc on the
ohlld'e arrival and ceaaa with Ka exit
from her house.
One wishing to go Into tha work ex
tensively might have cards printed or
written somewhat in the following
Hour: t to 1? A. M. and itolf U.
These should be delivered personally
In home of moderate means where
there are chudren of the night agaa.
Heroin acuualnted with mother, as
t)iy will bs more likely to nd their
children to you than they would If you
were a total stranger. If thu children
like you they will be the mean of In
creasing your buslneaa for you. Women
who belong to nluhs snd societies will
bs liitmestod In your oards, aa will also
minister, who would hall an oppor
tunity of aiding their parlahlonera to
Mud time for church wurk. .Saturdays
and .Mondays will probably be found to
be . best daj. as all women who
do lhj4f own work will appreciate. If
you are mairied and have ahlldren of
our own old enough bo help It will
be of gleet beunllt to your enterprise.
'I mo are hundred of good waya af
f latlgllllng rhlldroti You could read
torles to tli older on whlla the
imaller ones were building houses With
block, toothpick. An. All children like
to suing beads. Th" large and email
aoo.len head in c'fc inherent color cost
about 40 rent a grnaa, and may ba
strung on fine wirea and bent Into nil-
naarom guear ehapea. iapr cmtitig i
unother good amusement, .' a lanludeg
Imperor tav, and I told him of m
and beln' travel And when they aav the Im
pernr wa an lncindlrv they He 'Ti
that night tha t.re started that burnt
the city 'Tl mv opinion that It bgfag
from a stump of segsr that he lli-ew
down nmottg the hoaea nd 'tis a II
thai ha tlddled. Me did all ' could for
x 4 .v to -top it, air."
And now I detected a new flavor to
Mr Mlchoh Ader. It had nit beM
myrrh e- hlrr Of hvop that 1 ha I
The emanation era tha odor of ha 1
w ilkej -aa l. Ware etllV "t low .-om
a, . ih.i .. . luimori
I manufacture bv dot hi rut the grave an I
teierend thlngo of legend and hlsiot
In the vulgar, topical frippery that
pggasa for a certa n kind of Wit.
M .I, '1t ss an impostor, clslm
Ine nineteen hundre.l vears. and ptavtri
hla psrt with thg decency of reeneetahle
lunacv. I oil, I a id ne. but as a tdlau
I wag. cheapening his egregtoua alory wit:,
I ,ng,(1k ,,.vllVi ,,,, m.ucnance aa an
enterta IMf grew less.
And tlien. a If ha ue-td ar
thmghts. he ndjwWllJ shifted Ills key.
' V oo II excuse m. -.r. he whlnl.
"but eometimea i t-t a llttii mltaji In
my head. I am a .very ot.t man, and It
I l haru to remenioer every. a.
I knew that he Wai right, ami that I
i ihnuld not try to reconcile him :
Unman lildory. so I aaked for uc
concertin g other ancient with hm
, he had walked familiar
tTo Be Continued i
; : doll foe : he II 1 1 lo girls. Colored
' papers red, orangn, yellow, green, blue,
ilnet snd white tlve lulia sijua e, n-
tended for kindergarten OUtUng , -t r,
ent a hundred sheets
There at card ataiiipad with design
and perforated for Utile one to Work
with .silk They con 3f cent a hundr 1
for the small eU Coeree embroider
allk may lie bought for 10 cents a spoil
In all bright color. Twanty-flva, large
needles cost It cents Cheap pad paper
unruled may be used to draw on all:
colored crayone. Slates end blackboard
are also a faarlnatioa. The blackboard
would also ba valuable to you to ker
track of tha children' name and
"rime." Fasten on the walla penny pic
ture or pioturea out from magazines to
tell etortee about. There are sMI
books published watch wail give ideas
(or tha entertainment of abUdren.
Oo not resort to the same amuse men
eaob day. bat aksMkga abeua. Have a, h
ablld nay every dap to avoid hnvtag to
keep aoeeunta. If aba aaam afctM feel st
bama. Da not make tha m ketone at
foweaag the wo Mint essaa or wring f.
n mere them another.
By Joha L. Hobble
she lias alee hat.
r BOIWMJ TORK aaya tt tg aaXar U
lead a decant Ufa aha ta run the
ifhapcea ov some gtrt 4aebatn' ta fce-
oome your whra to .
T Is ao tiubaa to we
1 world. T.t you are gain' up or af yen
are roln' down there la ntwngw some
body urn" to give you push.
A atnu aiM,
re. si th Wsaeass atet.
"I feel," aald Ur (Irabblnger. "that I
am advufiraag tn wealth and Influence,
"Kor what reaaoa?"
I'eopie around me laugh heartllv
when I tell etorl wtilch formsri- falle
lo gt ripple."
TITI) man wao ama see aaeaa of hu
mor t hawks there ta no nessse to
Mmtn a aaan ama tha aawaarano
wv keen' in daag ttiemaM naben b
I merely llnwamalias o aba et ghat
ba la cowaclesia.
"T HE young gtri miaassgg JbM aage
1 aha Abb been 11 east in gha wsrr
sad has. Md tha ewe Meat saws
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