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S1T fT ilSflORt 4SUOIW NE4R NEAR nID DW1JY DW1JY1lappncd I IIhat
Ihat lalprncd 1lappncd Fort Forty Yc Years Alo aad nd to toTbI I IThis
This Dlylf flayik la Has PClm Pmerved IU Ifs Scrt Scrtothlnc Secret Secretiothtn
iothtn othlnc KnO1 Known or HI Ifs IUltol IUtory Nol Nolor Nor Norol
or 1hle Why lie ffa a AbandoneMIsterr AbindonedMystery or OfJeroine
Jtromc Ca a e Ilay My NCvr Never De Solve SolvenOSTO SoIed SoIedt I
t BOSTON Feb 2Whlo 20WhIle lpndng spendIng the theFurnmer
ummcr or 10 1902 In NoV Nova Sota Scotia the witer witerhEard writer writerhesrd
hEard hesrd of the etrang strange Oe case or lJeromew lJeromewand Jerome JeromeR I
R and nr bemo becztrno lumclety sufficiently Interte interested In It itu
10 atempt attempt to sift tho trth truth rrm from thl tho rnytho rnythowhich
which have grown up aroud around It ItAl itAs
Al As tho events ocrre occurred ony onIy lor forty ya yaRgn yearo yearoigo I
Rgn and I as the principl principni liuo fitUO In them tbemh themis
h is tl i11 alve alive this thiswould would sm seem to b be a an easy euytak easytak
tak tak but as the chief actor wi will not tel toil toilwhat
what hat ho knows and a as tlo the memory of the theoidest
oldest Inhabiant Inhabitant il lo uncrnn uncertain It prove proved provedto I
10 be more difcult diflicult thn than one would think think1he thinkThe
The wrier writer ha has ever every r6n reason to beleve believe believethe
the folowing following fact facts I subltantaly eubstantlally tre treAlna true trueAnnapolis I
Alna Annapolis pols EMn BtuIn In Nova Bta Scotia Is 1t spa aepa I Irate Irated
rate rated from the Bay of Fu Fundy dy by a long longIiw longlw
Iiw lw chain of f his hills Imow kuown loaly locally a ao Norh NorhIoutain North NorthMotmtaifl
The outer of the
Motmtaifl Ioutain slop slope moun xuountein
I ein is uninhabll uninhabited On the Inner side Bidebeginuing i ibeginning
beginning near wher Dgby Digby Gut cuts I Ithe Ithe
the mountain Ind and oxtlndlng extending nearly to tohiior tohtorc
hiior htorc c 4rrntpo1iswhich lunplswhlclles at the exreme exremef extreme extremeastrIy
f astrIy < tlrly ori and oC the IIin basin II the sparsely sparselyuled epareelytietiei
tietiei uled Injglng srigg1lng fhlng fishing viia villago or Oran Oranvie Oran Oranilk
ilk the basin five miles
vie Ioyonl fleyoncl acrot across bn mies I Iaay Iaway
away ils lies Digby lfgbyOn
01 On ni cn August aCttroon afternoon In 186 1862 two men menresidents menresidents
residents of Digby orole oroesed In 0 a sma1 sma1bat small smallboat
bat boat 10 Cravit OrLLnvillt ac and clmb climbed to a point pointn
Xorth 1ountln where they had
in n Iountfln h an anlMb anlrltbtructet
lMb lrltbtructet < trueted vkw ilW or the geat great Bay ot otlurdr ofFuridy
lurdr Furidy I heir ntenlonwa attention was at onc once at attraci attracd
traci tracd to two smal sniall Iohonr sohooners beatlng beatlngup beating beatingup
up th tilt heY b1 apparently bearing each other otberCOmpDI othercompany
COmpDI company nud bhaving bohavrng the obsrver observera observerathought
thought kuspiciou4y usplcoully consicerlng considering the thecours theeourSt
cours tht the vesaels ltls were steering and the the6treng thestrong
strong ebb Ide tide then fowing fowingPresently cowing cowingPresently
tIo their theircure thetrcourse
Presently 1m 8chooner schooners cange cbsnged
cure course and andstruck strck in towar toward point direty direetly direetlybeneath
brleath beneath the unseen wutchol watcheN Wen When wihin wihina within withina
a Cow hundred yars yards of the abore a sml small smallboat
boat wns wu lowered > and heae headed for the thebeach I
beach As it approache approached it wa was lot loot to toIew toview
view Iew behind a heavy growth of tmber timber timberhut
but the two spectatol spectators ha had ston seen nough to to6tisCr tosatisfy I
6tisCr satisfy them It wag wa I a search for water waterad wateranti
ad anti for the momfnt moment their Interest wae waned wanedThen I
Then again the boat came in bight bightthis bightthis
this tme time bee headed lorthe shooner sehoonera ad adil and andwil
wil il Ii i lt a revival ornterest of interest rorthe for the watcher watchers watchersknew
knw knew the ocupntl oceupante could not hve have been beonIn beenIn
In luefl quest of water too ltle little tme time hd had elapsd elapsed elapsedfor I
for that to b be J6iblc posible posibleNow I
Now ow there cnml came fainty faintly to their ear care careup
up from the beach below hum human cre crica cricathat
that told ot Inlcl inteno menta mental or phylcl phylcl6utering phyca1 phyca1butTering
6utering butTering I It wa wan the work or but u few fewmnuLes fewminutes
mnuLes minutes for the them to r reach the boh beach and andther andthere
there they rOlnd found clOR close to the ho waters es edge edgea I Ia
a rMI man In 1 halryng hail lying bar half sittng sitting pstur posture posturearms I Ianns
arms outsrlohv outstretched towar toward the eohooaers eohooaersand ohoner I Iand
and wildly calling to them in a
widly cllng t I strage strange strangetongue I Itonle
tonle tongue Near him wer were a few shps ships bisut biscuit biscuitand
ad and a sml small jug of water waterle waterHe I
le He wa waa swahy swarthy hndsme bandeome ad and young youngnot youngriot
not more tha than 2 zt or 23 His retu featuree wer were weredelicate
delcte delicate hs his clot clothes e 01 fe fine teu texture ad and andthe I
the cnditon condition of hl lile hd hand3 showehm showed him to tobe
b be un unused to mul manual lbr labor And btb btblep both bothlege I
lep wlre were gone cos close up to the trk trithk The i I Icondition
cndition condition of the stup stumpo whe when exmined examined examinedIndicated I IIndict
Indict Indicated e that the amputton amputation wa was rt rtWhon recent recentWhen
When questioned he answered
qU tlon6 l1er volubly volublyd
nd d exoitely exoitedly pinting pointing sometimee metm to h his hiswouncb
wouncb sometimes at the
wound sometme dlappearna dlappearnahoner disappearing disappearingachooners
achooners honer now almost hul hull down on the I Ihorzon ihorizon
horzon horizon but hil his wor words were me rneaiilngiesa rneaiilngiesato ngle
to b1 his recerl rescuers Tb word hu used most mostIr mostfrequently
Ir frequently uently sude sounded lke like wor Jerome ue Bec Hence Hencehe I
he he WI was Is kow known cle called today Jeromo ad and by tht that nme nmehe name nameho
lie was at once taken across the basin basinto
10 wa taen aroe bin binto
to Digby ad and care cared for tempraly temporarily In Inthe
the fanly family ot one ot the men wh who found foundhim oud oudhim I
him Iater he beme became a cunty county chrge chrgeAnnapls charge chargeAnnapolis
Annapls Annapolis luin Basin ha has alwarl always bn been a lavor favor favorito I
le ito hbor harbor for ship ships of a all ntions nations whie whieloing while while1oaling
loing 1oaling with Nova Bta Scotia lubr lumbar and in intbe inthe
the cusu coursu or a Yla year the fag flag of nealy nearly eer every everymaritime
maitime maritime nion nation may b be seen n rolK itoauig
tber there Cneuenty Consequently Interprter interpreters were wereeasily I
easily procurable and aJ caUed caUedupon
eaiy procurble ad wee were oc once cl
upon to try to 8Ivu solve the myster mystery bu but al eli I Ifaie Ifailed
uJn faie failed utely utterly for with within twentyfou twentyfour twentyfourhours
bou hours ater after Jerome W8 was tae taken to IAgby lgby I
he refW refused ablutely absolutely to uter utter one word wordor wordor
or to pay atention attention to ay any queton question ad addreaed addreaedto B
to hm him py and to this 1lunc silunee he h has held heldwith heldwith
with one e cJption eoiptlonIn > cJptionIn
In 187 1874 a an Itinernt itinerant organ grinder who whoaemo whoseemed
aemo seemed a mn man o of uusul unusual iteWgence Intelligence gnder for torone forone
one ot his clng calling cme came to Dgby Digby Upon Uponherng Uponhearing
herng hearing ot Jerme Jerome he expr expressed a wish wishto wishto
to s see him be Id said that he W was tallr tallrwith familiar familiarwith
with my many Itlin Italian dlects dialects and mght mghtb might mightbe
b be able to draw him out outHe outHe
He was tken taken to him and they wer wore over overheard overheard
heard tlking talking together but wht what he lere learned learnedhe
he neve never told When questone questioned the theorgan theorgan
organ grder grinder amtte admitted Jerme Jerome hd hdtlked had hadtalked
tlked talked with him but he rru refused to dislose dislosewhat disclose disclosewhat
what hd had b been told him syig saying ho was wasgoing wasgoIng
going t toBoston Boton but would retur return and andouId andwould
would ouId b be able to tel tell them tar mor more than
he then knew knewThe knewThe
The vel vessel on which he ele sailed never neverreched neverreached
reched reached prt port and the only mn man who might mighthave mighthave
have lie lifted at lolt least one ltte little cmer corner or orto oftho
to tho vei veil wa was among the lost lostThere lostThere
There was no legal rason reason why Digby Digbycounty Dlgbycounty
county should aS3ume the the ct coot ot Je Jeromes
romes support Therfore Therefore In 1870 a special specialbill
spcial spcialbi JeI
bi bill was pMO paed by the Dominon Dominion Parll Parila Parilamont
me mont t making an approprton appropriation for his hismaintenance
mltcnmc maintenance maintenanceSince I
Sinc Since that tme time he has lve lived a as a guest guestof
01 the Government with a Frenc French lamly lamlynear family familynear I
near St Marys IrY1 Dy Bay which il Is about ton tonmies tonbIle
mies bIle suth south of the spot where he Wi was found foundami foundand
and It was bpre here that he was sen seen by the thewriter
wrier writer just fory forty yei years to the month monthAr monthafter I
Ar after r tie was deRere deserted on the desolate Nova
Scotian COIl coast coaststs st stAi
Ai sts wo drovf drove up to the door of a neat neatlitti I
111 litti French farmhouse thaI August Augustafernoon Augustafternoon
afernoon afternoon before we had a chance to state stateonr sistoour
our mlsilon we were gted greeted with the thewoI I IwordA
wordA In broken EnRlsb EnRlsbAh English EnglishAh
Ah I etppose you come tOMe to ace Jerome JeromeAi JeromeAll
Ai All right you supr05 1 11 tnd find him bck back ot the br barn barnhi
In the sun Hos always in the sun i iHummer
Hummer hut If you come In winter you youfnd youfind I
fnd find him bhinl behind the Rtove In the k kitchen kitchenlir tChen tChenI
I lir IIees likes where itf fts war warm
In rlply reply to our many queslons questions tMI thb
Frnch French houRewlro told us much or Jerome Jeromelow
low How he had liVed in that house with her herBol heranti
Bol anti her parente parentI tJfore lsforc her for over thirty thirtyyears thirtyyears
years How her father had tught taught her heras
81 as a chld child to he klrd kirtd to o Jerome ana anaof and andof
of the Piti pity Ihe she had always felt for him himSo himShe
So She Sol saId she culd could remlmber year yearo ago agowhen agowhen
when she was ltte little that sometimes he hewould hewould
would smie smile at her herand and that lometmes at those times timeshis
thoetmes thoetmeshis
his lac face wa was very sweet How In al all thos those thoseyears
year years he ha had broken his Ilene silence but onc once onceand
and how he had grown year by lear learmore yearmore
more morose untl until prown ho RAve no more hO heed heedto
to IhoM about him than I it they had not notfd notflXited
fd flXited ted unelR uffleiM they spke spoko of him then
hn hnwouId would shae shuffle away using h his has hasoT hands handsI
I oT W le6 eec
Y Yes he undeltlnds undorafanrjs bth both Englsh English ad and
French and knowl knows when he Ia spoken of I in ineither
either lanjuae laaguaqa she sid said fsspkenot
As wo stre started for the bk back of te the hous house
the woman cle called afer after u us usDont
Dont spk speak t to him Iyou If you do he wl Will tr try
to get et away ad and ft hurs hurts him e so to move
80 we crpt crept solty softly towr toward te the br barn pcpred pcpredaround r
around a cmer corner ad and sw saw Jerme Jerome
What we aw saw W was brly barely rgizble recognizable al as asa
a In man He ly lay upon hil his bk back his ar arms folde folded foldedacross
acrs across his brt breast upn hl his overcot overcoat grn green with withae withage
ae buttone buttoned tght tight to tho trt throat and drw drawn drawnup
Ipabut up about his lac lice unUlt until It nerly nearly met the thesft thesoft
sft soft old cloth Cp cap pule pulled wel well down over his hisf hiseaN
f eaN and eyes eyesThe eyesThe
The only part ot hl bfs lac taco nt not hidden by
his clothing wa was eteuly effectually concealed by a aHe
long sragglr scraggly gray almost cnce wbitbr white board boardsiseep
siseep He 1 was brethig breathing gr hevly heavily and evdenty evidently evidentlylong
ap apJ
J No pf proof was nel necessary tat that he w wI wu
I 1
Jemo Jero2 for oz h his legs eOald have
bentho boenthere W4 w1erbtlea notb nothing We W wer were ou lotlat looking at
ltte little mor more than hlt half a a mn mnWe man manWe
We strole strofled away as quietly as we ap aprche
Preached rche sd said farwel farewell to our h0tel hostess and andstarted
started on our long drve drive to Digby Ther There Thereras
ras a ltto little takug talking on tt that drve drive homo wht what whatwe
we had an seen hd had not made tI us cherrul cherrulThe cheerful cheerfulThe
The tacs facts narted narrated above ar are ot so ox
trorlnr treordinary a character and the trltment trltmentof treatment treatmentof
of Jerme Jerome by his Ih shipmates pmtes 1 so cntr contra
dlool diotory In natur nature that ie the wrte writer has tould found
It fmplble Impossible to hit upon any hypthesi hypothesis hypothesiswhich
whloJ which wlll i satalacorlytt satisfactorily upn fit the case In al all allits
Ie its phle phases phasesJerome
Jermell Jerome is wihout without doubt an Ialin Italian 01 01the ofthe
the middl middle or upper cM class ad and 0 as he only
knew hf his ntve native uppr tongue at to the tme time he WI was wasfound
found it Is prbble probable ho ha had only rcnty recently I
COme item rm h his home but p presumably umbly rot in ineither Ineither
either one of the lohoonel sohooners ltn seen that August Augustday
day In 1852 In the By hay or Fndy Fundy Te Tescoonor The Theaohoonor
aohoonor rig Is dl distinctIvely AmerIcan used usedchiefly
scoonor tlcthly Aeria use
chlelyon chiefly on csing coasting orl craft and a as tho these pat pattioular
toular tioular scooners schooners ar are desorlb described al as 01 p not notover
001 over ton tOns buen burden It Is extrmly extremely un unlkely Unlikely
lkely likely that they came trm from any Eurpan European Europeanseaport
la seaport seaportAsthetwoveseels prt prtthe
Asthetwoveseels the two Ttl aCor afterleaving levlg Jeromll Jerome Jeromeat
at onc once heade beaded dow down the by bay it Is eV evi evident
dent tht that their sle sole mllon mission In t1ee tcee water waters waterswas
WI was to td find a llltable uitable plce place for their pure pureBut purpose purposeBut
But why should they have selee selected the the themost
met most deolae desolate strp strip ot boh beach in al all tht thtCta that thatcoasta
Cta coasta pla place wher where stavton starvation would ould u us usdoubtodly
doubtely doubtodly hve have lolowe followed ha had they not ben benby been beenby
by the merEt merest ohanc chance watohe watohe In their theirworkand
workand yet love leave with thei their vicim victim a asupply
supply 01 fo food and drnk drink wth
But the strpl0t strapgcst ad and met most uacunt unaceount unaceountable
able reture feature of tbI this strange ce case I is Je Je Jeromes
rmes romes ow own cnduct conduct At ft first sorrow sorrowstricken
Itrcken stricken by hi his deolaton desolation and wlng willing
hut uablel unable to tel tell hl hi Ita story a as son soon a as he hebme hobecame
became calm he showed absolute
bme MI showe an abolute re retl rofuM1
tl fuM1 to tell ayhig anything
Every expdient expedient hl baa ben been reorte resorted to toever o oevery
ever every inducment triducement ofer offered to mke make h hun huntalk
talk but al all efors eflorts ho have faie failed with the theone theone
one excpton exception told abe above He hl has kept keptl kepthis
l his 8rt secret wel well and evdenty evidently men means to totako totake
take It with hm him to hi his grave graveNo graveNo
No m man In Jermes Jeromes position Iton cud cudhave could couldhave
have bter batter cre care thn than he h has ha had and for fortunate fortunate
tunate it b baa ben been for h him th that he WM WMMt wascast
Mt hlrs cast hearts ahoro ashore In the midt midst ot a pple people wth wthhlrs with withhearts
The writer cnot cannot slve solve the myntery mynteryperhaps
mytery myteryperhplomo
perhplomo perhaps some reader my may thi think It 1 s poe poeslble
reer p
sible ad and U I ayone any one Ihoud should c care to tr try
Jerome my may b be toud found on the eter eastern easternhoro
horo orStMars otSt Marys By Bay bhd behind the kitchen kitchenstoe kitchenstove
stove In wnter winter ad and wheo where the su sun 1 is warm warmet warmcot
et cot a and brghtet brightest I In suer suerPAY summer summerPAY
011 UI Enough to D Be Ilhly IIlhly PoftlbleRtnt PoftlbleRtntthe Profltableilent Profltableilentthe
the LrKen Largest ExPnae ExPnaeMusi Expense ExpenseMusic
Musi Music techg teaching I in New York Is not t to be bedeapised
dopl deapised a as a lucratve lucrative oupaton oeeupatLon Plozz Plozzi Plozziwhose
wbos whose mage marriage t to Mrs Tlrale Thrale the friend Irlendof
of Dr Smuel Samuel Johnsn Johnson eetrouge estranged frm from her herthe I
the grt great dotr doctor and others who had en enJoyed enjoyed
Joyed her hosptit hospitality eae earned 1OOO O a year yeara yearas
a as musicin musician ad and ther teacher of muso music Te The most mostscefl mostsuccessful
scefl successful mus music teher teachers 01 lew Now York do a agood
god good de deal beter better t11a than tls tide and anda a god good my mywho many manywho
who have no ver very wde wide reputton reputation er earn trm trmSOt from from3000to5000ayear
SOt 3000to5000ayear 3000to5000ayearWell 10 a year yearWel
Wel Well euippe equipped teher teachers ordnaiy ordinarily demd demdat demand demandat
at lelt least I 13 a In lesson and a few obtn obtaln more moretlan morethan
tlan than double that fe fee Men with rtputaton reputation reputationas
8 as cnductr conductors or complr composers smetms sometimes 1 fix
the their prce prices at a rat rate epecay especially Intendo Intended to
dsourage discourage wuldbe wouldbe pupil pupils pupilsA
Acolpluulprterofmuso A conpieuous professor of muslo whoha whoharenty who has hasrecently
renty recently atrate attracted much attnton attention ad and who whod0lrst whodeslreato
d0lrst deslreato be known chefy chiefly a as a composr composer composerraised
rs raised h his prce price t to 112 12 a len lesson ad and Dde Ddethe made madethe
the prod period 01 the lcn lesson les less ta than a an hour bourEnnat hourEen
Ennat Een at tat that rt rate he bad sme some pupllaolle pupllaollete pupilsamoig pupilsamoigthem
te them suceul successful tehers teachers of mus music aOU anxious anxiousto
t to lo leajii his method methods methodsSuccessful
Buceulmuc Successful music theI teachers I in New York Yorkhave Yorkhave
have a short sn season bining beginning rather lw lwIn late latein
In the taU fall ad and closg closing In te the lter later wes weeks of ofspr ofspring
spring lheymut They must e earn in abut about thIrty thIrtywek thirtyweeks
wek weeks spr te the inom income ota of a fu full Je year audmy audmyor aud man manof
or them fel feel tle the neCty necessity oJ ot saving ilg eough eoughtor enou enoufor
for a cur course or ledns leesone every thre three or tour tourye fouryears
ye years wth with am some ement eminent Elrpe European teher teherNo teacher teacherNo
No occupation depends more lrgely largely upon uponthe
oupaton dpnd upn upnthe
the readiness of patrons to advertse advertise the theprn theperson
person ree emplye employed ratrnB Tus Thus rey reallyable able telerl telerla teachers teachersare
prn a are comendt commended frm from famiy family t to famly family ad adkept and andkept
kept employe employed prftbly profitably for a lol bIotne bIotneA ne neA
A lorunat fortunate leW few a are atIe able t to denad denand tat tatpupll that thatpUpil3
pupll pUpil3 cme come t to tem them Such however howevermut howevermust
mut must have capitl capital to provde provide Hwtable apa apart apartmonte
ment monte and nothn nothing Is baer harder to obtan obtain in inNew Zn ZnNew
New tork ork tan than te the prvHege privilege ot tecng tecngmulo teaching teachingmuslo
mulo muslo In a particular aparment aparmentRent apartment apartmentRent
Rent L is a poula very Iport important Iem Item in te the ex explei oxpensei
pensei of the SUifu succeafui mUio music teaher teaherad teacher teacherand
plei ad and te there I is te a loud cr cry lrm from te the prleion prleiontor proteasion proteasionfor
for a buldin building speialy specially dellne dedgned for muio music musicstudios I Istudo
studo studios I It I ii the amblton ambition ot every tcer teacher teacherto
to have a little scol school of hi his or her own ownwih ownwith
wih with t rm room for givng giving oalonn occasional smal small fe semi semipubUo I
publo pubUo cncr concerts E core of luoh such ltlo little cn cnoe con conaorta
aorta a TO given eer every winter In the drawing drawingr drawingrooms
oe rooms of obliging friends of mlio music teachers teachersand
trends teer teerand
and r at o te the oblgng prvat private ecol schools where such suchtecer suchteachers
teachers fd find some 01 ther their pupis pupisPerbap pupils pupilsPerhaps
tecer Perhaps tere there i Is no profesion protsesloA In whic which whichthe
the Perbap pay ot te the most suorul succosaful ad and that of ofte ofthe
the let least 8cful successful show such dbpaty dbpatyo disparity disparityas
te as tht that ot the mtlo rnuslo tehe teacher Wie While te temot the themost
mot most clebrae celebrated teael teachers are overn overrun wit with withpupils
pupi pupils at any prce price tey they choe choose to nae naeand name nameand
and ar are lor forced to aoren shorten their peros periods and andtake andtake
take pupi pupils In cl3se classes in orer order not to he heutterlv heutterly
utterly overhelme overwhelmed with work the rnk rnkand rank rankand
and file of f mUlo music tlMer teachers Incudinl Including some someof someof
fe and musical edu education
of exclent excellent expensive mUlcl eu eucton
cation are barey barely able to keep by body and andBul andsoul
Bul soul cton togeter together by teir their profe3lon profe3lonNEW profeulon profeulonNEW
I It Indletn IndicateS tie the Tme Time of Every Pr Part of of1he oflbs
lbs World WorldFromh WorldFrrm
Fromh Frrm IF 1telt8 7itel1eia CrrI1tr Cfrrv7arWrehI Cfrrv7arWrehIAn Wrrklu WrrkluAn
An Intreting interesting clock wal was reenly recently com comTleted cornpleted
Tleted pleted byCharle byCharles D Davis of Chiago Chicago Gee reo reographical
graphical phlcol cocl clocks or cloaks which Indicate Indicateth indicatethe
th the time In eVEr every part of the world are b bno by byno
no means new but Mr Davlss InventIon InentlooIs
Is lale said to possess many noel features featuresTho featuresThe
The dial Is tot1ly totally lnlke unlike that of the ordi ordinar ordinary
nary time recorder In that It contain 360 360marks 350marks
nar tme
marks where the minut minute markl marks are usualy usualyplac usually usuallyplaced
plac placed these mork marks reprlentnQ repreenting the S80 S80durees 380degrees
degrees on the earth surface On the ou outer outercircle r rcirce
circe circle of the dial whore the twelve hour hourrele hourrepresentations
rele representations entaton are uluaU usually Tilced placed are aretlon aretwentyfour
tlon twentyfour four fgures figures reprelcntng representIng the fll 111 111day
day The minutes are denotf denoted b by marks marksnn
nn thl the outer crle circle but two dotl dots are required requiredfor
for fve five minuts minutes because there are twice twiceas
as mlny many chnractrs characters on the face as on to toordinr the theordinary
ordinr ordinary clok clokThe clock clockThe
The dial Is divided in the contre frim roan the theII thesix
II six mark t to the opposle opposite six mark The Thetweln Thetwelve
twelve hours of the day ae are distnguished distinguished by bylah bylight
lah light Ipaccs spaces and the remaining twelve hour hourb hoursby
b by dak dark SPI spaces < I The hour hand Is sttonry sttonryat stntionary stntionaryat
at the point wide bch Is made the ceiitral erltrl time tlmowhie timewhile
whie while the minute hand rQvolvel revolves 81 a on the theordln8r theordinary
ordln8r ordinary clock clockTo clockTo
To ietermln determine thl the time It Is only ne8S ne8Sty necessary
sary t to locate the cty city or country on the thered thered
red ty dial and read the tme time in country relltion relation to It Itas itas
as on an ordinary clock clockUR clockII1
Te The Form Former Rfpreecnttve Representative and I Ills Mone MoneTvel Money MoneyTravel
Tvel Travel on Seprte Separate Crs CrsFom Cars CarsFran
Fran tl gAs Wohnaln Washineton Pose PolExReplsentalv8 PoseExRepresentailvo
ExReplsentalv8 ExRepresentailvo Jhn John Alen Alien ot Ilssls Ilssls81ppl 3liasin 3liasinsippi
81ppl rocnty recently f figured ured here D as the hero of a aremarkable aremarkable
remarkable eplsoo episode durln durlnq his Journey north northI northIt
I It with Is bl being IBo IBolvll gusto gustohaving told around tbo CTltol Capitol coakrooms coakroomswith cloakrooms cloakroomswith
lvll having atird attired himself In hl his paJlmls pajamas ror rorthe or orthe
the nllht night th the Wit ot Tupelo was entced enticed by bytrvelnl bytravelling
trvelnl travelling cmpanlonl companions into an adJolnlnJ adjoining adjoiningIullmancar
Pulmancr Iullmancar Ther There a IIDe ganie of crs cards wa was In inprogress
proc progress 1 Th The Mlssl Mississippian slppln paricpate participated en enthuslastcly enthuelastically
thuslastcly thuelastically City and town sped by IS as the thePsenlr thepassengers
passengers contnue continued their red journey The Thewsrne rheJme
Psenlr wsrne wa was no not interrupted unt until alon along In the thecold thecold
cold Jme gray dlwn dawn of mornina morning when It was wasdscvered wasdiscovered
dscvered discovered alY thAt the train haibeen nad been divided divideddurlnl dividedduring
durlnl during the night 11 as often haPrcnswlth happens with Pul Pull Pullman
man car Mr Auan Uens oar hail proceedld proceeded on onthe onthe
the way to Wsshlnlon Washlngon The car he hld had 00 00fupled noeupied
fupled eupied had gone one Ilon along another rout to 8 8VlrKlnla iiVirginia
Virginia cty city out of the Mh8Is8hlplans Ile Ileof iiiio iiiioof
of travtl travtlhe travel
The he situaton situation WIS was mot dlstrfslnl distresslng liludly liludlyporters Indly IndlyJrtls
Jrtls porters pliCd pieced him to together thtr with lthnecIsSr aecissary aecissarygarments
Brments garments for proper appMrlnc appearance hi publo publoHe publlo publlolie
He found that hi his money was In the absent absentcar absentcar
car Ther There wa was trouble about IttnA getting a atclt atIcket
tclt tIcket to Washington but a cOIDpa9ionat compassionate compassionatecitizen
citzn citizen cntibuted contrIbuted the pnc price and th tao Mlssls Mlsslselp1ln Miesisulpplan
elp1ln ulpplan journlyrd journeyed to thl this cty city where a jun Juno Junotion
toe tion wu eaece eflected with hs his goos 008 and chattels
Port Sid Said BeUe Belies Is Iti Reputato Reputation al the 1herkedet theiiekcdcst
iiekcdcst rkedet Place on Erthjn EarthMi Ell Eyp Eypti
1ln ti Drldeaboe BrideCaIros El EIl Fish llh lUaket lUaketThe Market MarketThe
The Pra50man and II His Btrothed BtrothedCAlO Betethed BetethedCAIRo
CAlO CAIRo Feb II 1 lt h8 has been sad said that Por Port PortSaid
Bd Said Is the wlckoet wiekedest ple place on eah earth Thor Thoie Thoieis
II is something so atratve attractive In It its rputaton rputatonthat reprItaton reprItatonthat
that you ar are reay ready to b be Imprse impressed with withever withevery
ever every twit twist I In 11 its diry dirty lte little aeys alleys but on oninvestigation
investigation your heat heart m may Slow wih with withpatriotlo
patroto patriotlo pride prideIts
It Its Iln sin I is not nerly nearly 8 so ba bad a as ou our own ownThey w
Tey They daco dance the cancan in cran certain muic muslo muslohalls
hals halls a and In a rther rather uole unclean hQte hqtel te thero theroare
ar are lmanner illmannered Egyta Egyptian ll8 ladles who ft 1 is isalleged
alege alleged a are exceingly exceedingly beautlu beautiful when whenthey he
with they ly lay aldo aside their veil veIls ad asia drn drink ofee ofeewit coffee coffeewith
wit you youBut youut
But ut for downright 1loene wiokedncse New York Yorkor
or Chicago or Ban Francisco or even clear clearquiet
quiet old Phiaelphia Philadelphia oouldgive could give Por Port Portta1d
Sad ta1d two laps In a mlo mile and win In a wal walk walkIt
It wa was qute quite a sho shock to fnd find eyerhlng everything so sode sodecent
de decent nt and wel well order ordered I as the East can b be beOn
On the whole I it Is however a go good place placeto
to leve Leave and you have a tOlng feeling of rlet rletvhen relief reliefwhen
when you sette settle back In the cuhioM cushions of ofyour ofyour
your raiway railway cah coach ad and rl roll away rrm from the thecrwd thecrowd
crwd crowd 01 dlsco diseased bgar beggars at the staUon station stationIt
It 10 a drar dreary ride frm from ther there on thrugh thrughmlf through throughnilee
mlf nilee of san sand and fat flat gren green outr country
broken only by drvOot droves of cal camels and hers hersot herds herdsof
ot ROtl goats drven driven by naUe natives In lon long rb robes robesuntil
uti until at IAt lost far away dim ad and purple purpleYU purpleyou
you se see the peas peaks of the pymidsaa pymidsaathen pyramidsearl pyramidsearlthen
YU then the mlnarlts minarets 01 Cairo flhlng flashing In the thesetng thesetting
setng setting Bun BunDiner sunDinner
Diner Dinner In a cran certain hotel In Cair Cairn II Is mor more morethan
than 0 a me meal It Is an eprence eprenceWe experience experienceWe
We cae came her here as wanderers anderr aler after a amonthl amonths
monthl months se sea voyaging We wer were bud budror bound boundor
ror or two yeaI years Ferlc service I In the trpic tropics an and andwe
we h ha1i left bhind behind u us wo thoujht thought Prm prma prmanently I
nenUy nl all ohace chance ot anythng anything to et eat bter better betterthan I
than cold storage bl beef and ayhlR anything to tower towear
wer wear fner finer than ou our Ki Khaki or our single singleblue singleblue
blue unlformstalno uniforms stained ad and wor worn by travel travelTher travelThere
Ther There wa was something for u us lke like a scne scnelrm scene scenefrom
lrm from thl the Arbia Arabian Nights In the grat great rom romwith room roomwith
with its briiat brilliant Ight lights and Is its silver and andwhie andwhite
whie white ad and crmon crimson Ther There wer were butu beautiful beautifulwomen
women ther there frm from aU over the world orld And Andtheir Andtheir
their shoulder shoulders seemed ceme mOEt moat danlnily danlnilywhite dazzlingly dazzlinglywhite
white and their Jewlls Jewels mot most mrvelowly marwellousi marwellousirich
rich to us that frt first night wih with the rd rdJackete re rejacketed I
Jackete jacketed rd red rezze fezzed nathe wnlem walters noise noiseleesiy
Iefly leesiy plaing placing dlfh dish afer after dish of delcloll delicious deliciousfood
food bfor before us and our hears hearts warm wih wihwino with withwine
wino and the mwlo muslo or the orhetr orchestra foat foatIng float floating
Ing out Iko lIke some sct sweet Intotlcat intolcant on the theperumed theperfumed
perumed perfumed air airThey airThey
They played Te The Stat Stars and Strlpl Stripes StripesForever
Forver Forever onc once Eyer Every On one clpPd clapped and and andthe
the Englsh English omen tlrned turnod their brgnettos brgnettosoil rgnetes I
01 oil Uto us to fe eo how w we took It and a dainty
ltte little Dutch bride hoked 011 over and nd fmlrd fmlrdand smilrd smilrdand
and then ctchlnj cntchin n ublerl ubalerns admiring admiringefl1 admiringeyes
efl1 eyes bluhec blushed fulouly furiowly and tok took a din drink drinko
of o dart claret In very prt pretty confusion conlusionWhen confusionWhen
When the Second cnd Caalry Cavalry Ii is bking hiking In Inbared inbearded
bared bearded rughess roughness thugb through the jungl jungles junglesof s sof
of Luln Luzon very often In the Imoke smoke oreven orevenIng of even evening
Ing pip pipes that night with ih ItF its bauty beauty and andUs andits
Us Igbt light wi will Cle come hack agaln agalnThe again againThe
The fh flab market Is the wlok wiokedest dllt pr part 01 01Cair ofCalm
Cair Calm and It Is ver very tyicl typical and wicked wickedinded wickedIndeed
inded Indeed You ehoull should FO see It t night ad adyou and andyou
you fhuld should not s eec it alone nor thoud should you youfall youfail
fall to car carry either a heav heavy stc stick or a trt trtworhy trust trustworthy
worhy worthy rvolver rvolverIt revolver revolverIt
It Is outwardly lie like a scene ne In a ply plyTe play playThe
Te The flthy filthy streets trets inches deep In blc black blackmud
mud wind on thtlves themselves a as do serpents serpentsThey rnt rntToy
They ar are narrw narrow and the bay wlndtws wlndtwsprtrrlng windows windowsprotruding
Toy prtrrlng protruding abve above thut shut of off al all but a few fewcd fewcccl
cd cccl bokinl lokthg Ral elan tht that seem em vr very far away awayand
and impossible MYOU its you bok up a at them themYour themYour
Your wy way Is lghed llghed by the ylw yl1w glr glare glarethat
tht that ticker flickers frm from each open windw window and anddor anddoor
dor door and you your ear cars ar are opn ieaened deafened by the thenRry theangry
angry nRry volo voices ot quarlng quarrelling men ana the theappalng theappealing
appalng appealing of f impnrtunstfo women Ee Eewhor Every Everywhere
whor where lfth is filth Te The Trk Turks ad and Bdouins BdouinspRsing Bedouins Bedouinspassing
passing in the wavering l lIght ht In their cl clored ccl cclored
ored pRsing robs robes and tubans turbans are like pireR pireRtrm piraes piraesfrom
trm from a stor story bk book It Is ntarr nearer to a dram dramthn dream dreamthan
thn than any other plo place you evr ever RW RWHs oaw oawHis
Hs His nme name If is Hall Hallil irhim Ibrahim He is a aBdouin aBedouin
Bdouin Bedouin and he wear wears a IUed soiled rd red cp cpwith cap capwith
with I a blue tal talAI tassel tasselAs
AI As I hve have bn been his geAt guest I cn can s say no I ill illof
01 hiwe himwe swor swore everlstng everlasting god good felrw felrwhlp fellaw fellawship
his own coffee pot And U
ship over ow ofee pt Ad any anyono anyone
ono wihes wishes a dgomn dragoman who lpa speaks Eg Eglsh Eng English
lsh lish sings Daisy Daiy Daisy Id and Is as honest honestas
as a drgomn dragoman can b be I rcmmend recommend ira irahim Ibra Ibrahim
him I my may hOmver however rmrk remark gnerly gnerlytlt generally generallythat
tlt that al all dragomn dragornans hve have lmltatloM limitations by byntur bynature
ntur nature natureHis
Hs His hOlse house il is in the suburbs or Ciro CiroIt c2airo c2airoIt
It Is In a lte little vlage village of hutl huts bum ohun ohunbake of sun sunbaked
bake baked mud mixe mixed wih with strw straw and cuterl clustered clusteredon
on I a hitop hilltop lurroude surrounded by gren green felds feldsIbrhims fields fieldsIbrabims
Is the aummltt aummlttTo
Ibrhims Ibrabims house at ver very sumit
To get to It you clmb climb lp up mud steps Itepsand stepsand
and pick your wIY way thrugh thkugb ver very diry diryaleys dirty dirtyalleys
aleys alleys where one or two old men sit by bythe bythe
the rdside roadside and a nuber nuxnber or aor sore eye eyed eyedchildren
chidren children afor aord pasturge pasturage to swars swarms ot otfiM offlies
fiM fiMTho
The house iBelr itself II about twenty tet tetby feet feetby
by twenttve twentyfive It Is thatch roote roofed and andmud andmud
mud floored with one bole cut I in the wal waU waUor
for or a foore wIndow and another for n a dor dorTho door doorThe
The only furlturo furnituro cnsl consists ts ot a metal metalapprtus metalanparatus
anparatus for hetig heating water and a pie pieof pile pileo
apprtus of o grin grain hc1pe heaped in a comer Ibrhim Ibrhimhis Ibrahirn Ibrahirnhis
his mother and thre three of his brther brothers i in inhabit
habit Ih1 this single aparment aparmentTbre apartment apartmentThree
Tbre Three stools were brought from somo some somewhero
whero down below by a half blnd blind boy boyThey boyThey
They were folowe followed by a try tray with A br brass brassnot
pot or cfe coffee and tbr three chinn china cps cups wi without withouthandles bout bouthndle
handles It Is an adVnta advantage e to be a boh bohelor bach bachelor
hndle elor and able to t 0 eat t and drink In such plc places placeswihout
wlhout worllng worrying about IEwlng leavIng your yourwlfo yourwife
wife n a widow for the cofe coffee was delcloUl delicious deliciousand
and the view out ICr8B across the flat green greenfields
leldltownrd fields toward the pyrmld pyramids vel very beulul beululAter beautiful beautifulAfter fren frenleldltownrd
Ater After drlnl draining the lst last peruml perfumed dregs dregswe
we were preparing to mke make 011 our way down downhi downhill
hi hill nlln again when we Iurric surprbed a pretty prettydark prettydark
dark eyed Arb Arab girl cmin coming up the stepl steps stepsShe
She she ture turned saw us usShe usSho and fe fled lke like a wil wild thing wJen wJensbe when whenshe
him She rw Cluly cesually girl 1 mar marry ame some dy clay Mid ir Thra Thrahim
When did you set see her Lst I slke asked askedI
I no blon been home for or two months and a ahal aball
hal ball rple replied lrh Ibrahlm m bn been I in 011 Cairo CairoI
I thought of some Amlrlcn American fnC fianc es esand
and fnc flane s sTht aThat
Tht That night Ibrhim Ibrahim gavo gave me my choice choicebetween choicebetween
between herlg hering Tannh Tannhaeuser u8er at the theoper theopera
oper opera house and Ilelng seeing nn an Arbin Arabian we wed wedding
ding I chose the weding wedingIt wedding weddingit
It wa was one 01 the middle cllsl class The Theway Theway
way way between two Ilgh high houee houses bad been beenhung beenbring
hung with gy gay blnkets blankets and various cl clore cbl cblored
ore ored gle glass balls ls and a gret great nube number of oflghts oflights
A brilliant ot tapestry tapestryshut
lghts lights briiant cnopy canopy taptr
shut out the star stars starsOn
On a pltor platform st sat 1 a pry party ot mon In re red redfezzes
fezzes twanging It at strnge stringed Inltrmentl InltrmentlInd Instruments Instrumentsand
Ind and rnglng elaging endlelly endlessly I a weln weird strin strain 01 01Aabian ofArabian
Aabian Arabian long Ibrhi Ibmhiin Mid It delt dealt with withlove withlove
love ad and is its buty butyAl beauty beautyAll
Al All along the wIls walls ran a row ot chalrl chairs chairsfilled
filled by other men I in red feze fezes and rbe robes robesAttendants
Alendant Attendants pe passed olgarette cigarettes ad and cle coffee coffeeon
on b brass trays trayeFrom traysFrom
From the 10ls house opposie opposite there fote floated floatedoccaonaily
olslonalh occaonaily the lmd sound of my many womens womensolces womenavoices
voices siging singing The bride was 8 etrai entertain entertainlag
lag hlr her frlen friends 8 there al an the brdegroom brdegroomW bridegroom bridegroomwins
W wins doing cUtlde cUtldeThe cutside cutsideThe
The repllon reception WI was to cntiue continue until untiloclock
oclok oclock I in the momlJg morning when hen the crowd crowdWi crowdwas
Wi was to brek break up The bride then 1ould 1ouldbltho would wouldbathe
bltho bathe and rft r8t uti until the early moring moringwhen morning morningwhen
when she he would r rise and unatede unattended unattendedenter
enter Ihe brldegrml bridegrooms hous house where Mho Mhowould Hhewould
would be met by a priet priest and the marriage marriagewould
mrage mragewould
would take place wlbout without wlte witnesses witnessesAs
Al As the reepton reception below W8 was at Il its height holghtI
I Ilappene happened to lok look up and notc noticed R gr green greenshutter
aUer shutter on te the bous house opDlte opocelte mfve move stelt stealth
III bck hack A pr tty unvf unvetk4 tacO wtth wtthwondering
Aprft rb rbln
wondering erowd erowdIt ln eyes looke looked d01 down on ftfaC the e brilliant brillianterowd rlUnt rlUntI
I It f is a r rare tret treat to Q sec ap unv unveiled unveiledEgyptian
Epttn Egyptian mide niskjen and 1 mdo made e temQat the most or ort oftos
t tos ItU little bro bride < the e was a enjoying It al all allImmensely
Im Immensely y Whe when luddely suddenly her oy eyes 1M met metmQe net netmirte
mQe mirte Whte YMie I loe looked nUty swiftly awa away M 5110
disppe disappeared We Ij7 I ras raised m ray oye eyes aga again againthe l lte
te the shuter shutter WM closed closedAs
As we divo drove home clole thrugh through the sient sientRtrla silent silentstreets
Rtrla streets there was something not amua amusing
I In the thoughtot thought terwa or te the smtg bl blaze and the mWo mWoand music musicand
and thl tho lordly redfazed me men belowand belowandthat
tht that por poor loiy chid child rfez looking guitiY guiltily down downthrough downthrough
through the dArkened Shutter at her own Ownweddinglistening
te drkene
weddinglistening gUtelg to the song 01 love and andIs andits
Is its buty butyGlEHKr beauty beautyGREEKS sna
Te The t Aja Ajax of Sopoelfl Sopboelii to Be Iaftl Played at atton atClinton
Clinton ton Hn 1111 NCxt Next Month MonthThe lonthThe
The AJax or Sphoesla Sophocles is to b be pla plai played playedin
i in New york with Ith natve native Grekeln Greeks in the ct ctad cast castand
ad and a moem modern Grk Greek acot accent to the thunders thundersof
ot Menllt ilenshioa ad and Olerv Odyescue The play wl will willbe
bogi be givon n In the lter latter part ot March at the theloral theformal
loral formal opnng opening of Cnto Clinton p Bnthe Hallthe trst first firstof
01 the Iclal social hl halls to be buit built on a tho lower lowerFt lowerEast
Ft East Side A committee of the dow down downtown
cmmtte or tte
tow town sttementelln settlements is in charge oharieThe chargeThe
The Ajax wa was liven lt last yO yerir In Chicago Chicagoand
and the spirt spirits of the 70 7000 Grek Greeks In the theneighbrhod theneighborhood
neighbrhod neighborhood 01 Hul Bull Hous House In tht that cty ctywer city citywere
were stirred by the spirit which a
wer str spirt whoh youg yougAmericn young youngAmerican
Americn American woman ha had au aroused In the clerk clerks clerksthe
thefrlterer the fruiterers and fower flower sleI sellers who me meup made madeup
up the cat cast This hll wa was MI Miss Mbel Mabel Hay HayBarrows Haynarrows
Barrows a daughter 01 Dr Bauel Samuel J JBarro11 JBarrows
Barro11 Barrows or New York YorkUnlke YorkUnlike
Unlke Unlike the Cco Chicago clony colony New Yorks YorksGrek YorksGreek
Grek Greek pputon population I is widely scattred scattered aI although
though nuercalylt numerically it 1 is probbly probably as lrge lrgete large largeIn
In te the nclghbrhood neighborhood ot Twontyseventh TwontyseventhItrt Twontyaeventhstreet
Itrt street on th the Et East Sde Side lve lives ngroupot ngroupotyoug a group of ofyoung
several of whom
youg young imigants immIgrants ae aeIadut are aregraduate
graduate ot clei college Ivera I in Ai Asia Mior MiorTho Minor MinorThe
Iadut The nighly nightly rheal rehearsals otthe of the ply play are arebeing
bing being attnde attended by Ore Urecks frm from all I prt parts partsof
01 the city a te fine lokg looking lt lot of you young atr actors actorsThe
The tk task ot hdg handling eo ls large a bdy body or oruntrned ofuntrained
untrned untrained men I is no sml small one yet a mighty
rator factor f Is te the aost almost rUgloU religious zl zeal with withwhich
which tCO these me men ae are puttli putting I in sven seven night nights
n a week for t ten wek weeks not for money but butfor butfor
for we ptrloto patriotic pride prideSme prideSome
Sme Some of tLe these men are 1 nturUz naturalized cll cllzns citl citlzone
zns zone Borne have bn been but a few weks weekB in inthis inthis
this cutr country sevorl several hav have had unhsrlty unhsrltytring university universitytraining
tring training otber others little or no euuton euutonThe education educationThe
The lot ot tlel their 10er leader f is not esy ea y Greeks Greeksin
I in America ere lal tall Ito into te the habit of drpping drppingtbelr dropping droppingtheir
their sonorus sonorous no names tot ahorer shorter slngier slngierand shingler shinglerand
and mor more American errn ones I It II is not elY elYfor easy easyfor
for Pan Panagiotes LmbO Lanibios and KonstnnUnoe KonstnnUnoeBoukydls XonatnntinosBoukydia
Boukydls cote to forget tat that toy they ar are OdV88C13 OdV88C13ad Odysseus Odysseusand
ad and Agamenon Againemnos and nt nOt Bi flU ad and Mike MikeBut MikeBut
But it wa was done in Cblolo Chicago and te the blel belief beliefis
il that It wU will b be done her here A un arblo arbloplst archuolo archuologist
plst gist who ha baa lve lived In Gre Greece and who 5W 5Wthe saw sawthe
that thatcmprtvely thatcomparatively
the Hul Hull Houle House presentation srs sas
cmprtvely comparatively unlettord unlettered men or 10 no other otherrc otherrace
rc race In the world cul could hav have plye played a clae claetrlr classic classictraeedy
trlr traeedy with so 0 mich much fr fire and spirit spiritThe plrt plrtTo
To The GrkJ Greeks wth oC Olcalo Chicago me made their ft ftpucton first firstproduction
production of classic drama at Hul Bull House Housetour Housefourrears
pucton tour fourrears 80 ago when Te The Rtur Return of Ody Odys Odyssouls
seu souls WI was playe played A mor more abitou ambitious at at attempt
tempt wa was made wih with the Ajax which whichhad whichhad
had ben been Rien given In a an fnp18hs Ingllshspeaking Ingllshspeakingcountry king kingcuntry
cuntry country but onc once bforat beforeat Cabridge CabridgeIn Cambridge CambridgeLngland
Lngland lad In 1 1Ietaosj 1882 1882Metalos
Metalos the young Grefk Greek who tok took the thept thepart
part Ietaosj 01 A Aax a I in youn Qllo Chicago did It so wel well that thathe thathe
pt he hM como on t to ply play It ann again In New NewYork 11ewYork
York Tl The mulo music for the Aja Ajax WM wit witten writ written
ten by Wliiys Pe k Kent 01 New York A Anubr Anumber
nubr number ot profeor professors and atsts artists are help helplag
Ig lag I In mte matters ot cotung coetumingand a senery seneryAB4 scenery sceneryA
Lto hotel club Guest Recalls a Steamboat 8ttamboatDiner SteamboatDinner
Diner Dinner Tat That Lted Lasted Two Dn DnOne flfl flflOne
One of the ges guests at the Loo Lotos Cubs Cubsdiner Clubs Clubsdinner
diner dinner to Heinrich Cnrle Conned happene happened to totel totell
tel tell h1 his hot host tht that It Wl was the lGh 1C9h dinner dinnerot
ot the kid kind he had atende attended In tltono tltonoyer fiftyone fiftyoneyears
yer years Lter Later he told this stor story or the thetIt thefirst
tIt first oe oeTo one oneThe
To The afair affair ws was the reult result ot a stem stembt steam steamboat
bt boat rc race on the MISour Missouri River The Thostembot Thesteamboat
stembot steamboat tht that mde made the quicket quickest tme tmebtwen time timebetween
between St Louis and Bt Jos Joseph h received receivedfrom
from the cltiel citizens ot the lst lest por port a aset
set of antler antlers glde gilded and bOlllng bearing an e en engraved
graved plte plate The Otaln captain ot the stem stembot steam steamboat
grve bot boat tht that won the trph trophy In 18 i883 made his hishome hishome
home on a far farm lome some mie mIles bck back of St StJoph StJoseph
Joph Joseph Hec Hence his victory Ictor ment meant a good gooddel gooddeal
del deal to the t town townWhen OV
When the Polr Polar Stars jnekaf jackataff was wassighte wassighted
sighted at the cottonwood bend of the Iheriver theriver
sighte river about three mUM from the leee leeebuslne leveebusiness
buslne business wallUpende was suspended In thetow the town The Theonly Theonly
only mltal military company the Rbidoux RbidouxGry Robidoux RobidouxGrays
Grays lie lined up hode headed by the only brss brssbnd brass brassband
bnd band Gry ot the tow town The leader ot tim band bandws bandwas
ws was Heirich Reinrich Conre Conned Hh Hahn That ht I is only onlya
a cincidenc coincidence The Rbidoux Robidoux Grays wer were werecommanded
cOlunmde commanded by Gen Bela 1 M Hughe Hughes who whowon whowon
won bf his tte title I In the Mexicn Mexican war warGen warCan
Gen Alek Meek Donlpbnn the conqueror conquerorof
of New Mexico Oen It Jer Jeff ThomJson ThomJsona Thompson Thompsona
a plotur8que piottireetlue chlmcter character ot the Suth South In Inthe inthe
the olvl civil war ar B F Loon a Feer Fedorri I Genml GenmlI General Generalin
I in the sme same war WllrPHal WiliardPHali Fitt First Pro Provl610nal Provisional
visional Goveror Governor 01 Mluour Missouri lter after the thowar thewar
war and at one tme lime n Unie United State States Sena Senator Senabr
tor R M Ster Stewart a Ne Now York In man who whobeml whobecame
beml became Goeror Governor 01 Missouri Cpt Qipt Fr Fred FredSmith
Sith Smith Mayor of the to town and Cpt Capt Jim JimCrig JimCraig
Crig Craig aferr afterward a Conlresman Congressman and a aGerl aGeneral
Gerl General wer were on the staf staff of Ge Con Hughes Hughtson
on tht that oslon oslonWen occasion occasionWhen
When the voloys volleys and the amii anvils were werefr werefired
fired Wen and the bad band had t exhausted Its rep repertory repartery
artery anc Pop Oo lees te the Weasel Od Old Dan DanTuckerad DanTucker
Tuckerad Tucker and WaltortheWagn Wait for the Wagon thecom thecompany the corn cornpany
pany went ent abo aboard the Polar Str Star t to preent preentthe present presentthe
and sat down to banquet
the horns st dow a baquet gen genby givenby
by Capt rlerly the winner winnerCapt winnerCapt
Cpt Capt Cig Craig the wltathechafranor wltathechafranortho witwaethechalrmano witwaethechalrmanothe
the Polar Rtr Star bnquet banquet He wore a nv navy navyblue
blue splketl splketail cat coat with br brass butons butonsR buttons buttonsa
R bul buff wal waistcoat at trulrs trousers strappe strapped under underhf underhis
hf his boots whie white kid glo1 gloves ana n a white whitehigh whitehigh
high bat 01 the Iu Beau BMmmel Brummel kind 1ly 1lyfather My Myfather
father Wa W85 an eitr editor and or COUN course bo W Wa was wasa
a lu guest t That is how I happene happened to be beamong I Iamon
amon among those preont preontTe present presentThe
Te The banauet lalte lasted al all night Tos Those Thosepresent
prent present went to bd bed In the various stte stteroOm state staterooms
roOm rooms of the Polar Sta Star and two days dayslater dayslater
later many or them went ahore ashore at a point pointsome pointsome
some dlltMc distance below St Joseph where the thePolar thePolar
Polar Star made her frst first landing on her herretur herreturn
retur return trip Te The Polar Sta carit1 carried those thosehoml thosehorns
homl horns for to years yearsCOVE yearsCOME
Te rue popular Form Formoflnltallon o In1taton to Enter EDtertalment Entertatninent
talment tatninent OD the Et East Side Now NowBolstea NowBeefsteak
Bolstea Beefsteak dners dinners ae are highly ppular ppularthl popular popularthis
thl this yer year on the Ft East Side In may mayC many manycases
C cases tey they te tAke the ple place ot entertn entertnrents entertain entertainmeats
rents meats and repton receptions The pltcal political and andsoial andsocial
soial social club clubs no longer have a a monopoly
Of oours course It its the contest for the eatng eatngpriz eating eatingprize
priz prize that atrat attracts A t polUral political club In InSeond inSecond
Seond Second avenue le1 lolil a befsteak beefsteak dinner dinnera
a few nRht nights ago In is Its clubhouse Every Everyono Everyone
ono on te the Et East Sde Side who wa was know known t to be bea bea
a god good steak eter eater W8 was Invte Invited to com compete cornpete
pete for the prie prize Ferdind Ferdinand Een Eenthe Eldinan Eldinanthe
the Itera Internal Revenue Colctr Collector wa was de deole dodared
ole dared the wnner winner Ho broke al all reords reordsby records recordsby
by devourng devouring tele twelve puds pounds of etak etakTre steak steakTaree
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From CAB Ie Jl lfexkan an Hrr Herald HeraldThere ld ldfher
There fher arrived In the cty city yesterday from fromthe fromthe
the Araentuo Argentine Republo Republic two travelers travellers dresled dresledIp dressed dressedIn
Ip khaki IUls suite who bre bore a somewhat Jaded Jadedand jadedand
and travl travel ftlned stained appearance The ho nar1 nar1of names namesof
of the couple are Ot Otto S tiperber rbr and his wIfe wIfeMrs < Ite Itelrl
Mrs Adele Gabr1 Gaberel ds Sprbr Sperber and they
lrl hav have made the trip from rom Buenos Ayres to tothis tothis
this city tn three year aDd four months monthshllnl monthshaving
hllnl having ety left the Ar Argentine ntne capital on Oct 4 4tOOl
tOOl Abut About onethird of the distanc diatanco WB WBmade wamario
made on mule back oDethlrd In canoes amt amtother andother
other frail rai mue water erin but the severest vrest part
ha had to b be trampe tramped on foot footlioth ot otBoth par
Both Mr 1 Sperbr 8perber and his wie wife ae are Journl Journl1sts journal journallets
lets the former blnl being for or many ye years f MRO MROeated assoelated
eated elated with lth some re prminent prornlnsnt nfrln Berlin newspapers newspapersand
and II Mrs Bperbr t3perbsr wrlUn writing for a Paris nwap Journl JournlPurll Journal JournalParis r
an Purll Paris blnl being bpI her ntve native city In lSUO the theouple thecouple
couple wlnt went to Buenos Ayl Ayres wher where Mrs MrsSperber Irl
Bperbr Sperber re resided ld1 contnuolly continuously unt until they they8tarted theystarted
started for the north Mr fr Ind and Mrs ls Iperbtr IperbtrtIl Sperber Sperbertell
tIl tell of may many htdshlpshun hardships hunger r and nd cnltant constant
dlfculty difficulty In attlDI getting 100 food o of fOrln fording Itram Itramand streams streamsand
and crossi crossing river rivers bitter cld cold nights and
heavy rain storms But a u both relrked relrkedWth remarked remarkedwith
Wth with aimaion animation they managed to rtain retain their
heal health thouah through a ill mali
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MTher There was a cuple couple o yap yape pilyln playin a agae agame
gae game 0 poker al all to their ow own selves In Inthe inthe
the eloon saloon the other night sid said Cleb ClebMix Caleb CalebMlxthe
Mix Mlxthe the vetern reteran batender bartender on the 1111s 1111sslppl Missis Missistsippl
slppl River packet Cty City oC Natchez a ayoud an anyoud
youd h ha thought to see em plyin playin L they theywa theywas
wa was reely al all trly truly gambln gamblin sted stead 0 0plyin 0playin
plyin playin five 1e dolr dollar Ireaoutl freezeouts which they theywas theywas
was fm 8 oclock In the evenln tl till nigh nighI
I 3 I iii the morln morlnThe mornin morninTho
The ol old mn riian he come In a an se see em emI ciaplayln
I plyln playln sn soon ater they bein begun a an I thulht thulhthe thought thoughthe
he wpre were goln to Interfere There nnt nntencty aint aintexactly
encty exactly no law agln plyin playin pker poker on the theba theboat
ba boat s 50 to speak but he wont have It 1 if ifits
We anything srous seroua or i It It look looks lk like a aprofessIonal aprofessional
professIonal game with a sucker settn settnIn settla settlain
In nor be wont have It I it It look looks to him himlko himUko
lko Uko there wa was goln to bo a disturb disturbance disturbanceafore
afore the game Is over overEut overBut
But he bant halnt no objclon objections to a IUle IUlelocablp little littlesociable
locablp sociable gae game among Irienls frien ls SOlt sost there thereaint therejnt
aint jnt labl liable to b be no trouble nor no desprt desprtgambln desprit despritgamblin
gambln gamblin an when be sen seen t the these two twoyap twoyaps
yap yaps WI was just Ickln ticklin tlch each othEr other a an hant hantnb hadnt hadntno
nb Imprtant important mony money into the gme game he hejut hejust
jut just laughe laughed to hlstlf hisselt an p passed se out on ondeck ondeck
deck an 1 didnt se see no mor more 0 him t till tillmornin
morln morlnWel mornin morninWell
Wel Well thte these twoI rckon reckon they was wastravellin
traelin travellin Ilemen salesmen Im up Noth Bme Bmewberothey some somewherethey
wberothey wherethey play played d along 8 as eager an anfece anfierce
fece fierce I as If the chps chips wa was diamonds till tilleverybody
everboy everybody else ha had gone one to bed an there therewant therewaat
want nobdy nobody in the slon saloon blt but them an anme anme
me I wa wastired tired enough but they was caln calnfor calm calmfor
for a drink now n all then or a cgar cigar an anonc anonce
onc once in a whie while for I a fresh deck 0 crs crsn cards cardsan
let to bed bein M ho howa hewas
an n Id Id le my m man go be
wa was up al all the night afore s so I culdnt culdntwel couldnt couldntwell
wel well get away an I WI was watcbin them themplay thornplay
play Just for fu fun though ther there want nothln nothlnexctn nothinexcitla
exctn excitla about It when ni all of a sudden It Itcme Itcome
cme come to me that mobbe I wa was mstook mstookafter mistook mistookafter
after al all an there might be smethl somethin somethindoin
It wer wore enough anyhow to mke make me melok melook
lok look to se see It tho dor door W8 was opn open for Id Idbn Id Idbeen
bn been in such plos places nfor aforo when It mde de a apwerul apowerful
pwerul powerful sight 0 dITernc dtTerence whether the thodoor thedoor
door was opn open or shut shutP shutPears
P Pears ar thered cme come a strgglo strugglo otwen otwenthe atween atweenthe
the two 01 on a hnd hand tht that I hadnt notcd notcdprIculr noticed noticedparticular
prIculr particular though Id Id jeen seen that one feUr feUrhd fel1rhad
hd had a fou four fush flush an bRI ha 1 drwod drawed to It Itan Itan
an tled filled 0 cour course I culdnt couldnt 5 see the theother theother
other mns mans hnd hand but I knowed he was waKdealn wasdealin
dealn dealin nn an h1 had pulod pulled to card cards ro so I just justnturly justnaturally
nturly naturally thought my man was rasnble rasnblesur reasonable reasonablesure
sur sure a wlnnln the pt pot an I want a bit bitIurrld bitsurprised
Iurrld lar surprised when he bcs becsed ed It a whole do dolar dolar
WeU the dealer com coma bk back at him for forhis forhis
his pile an an just ntumly naturaUy my mnhe mnher manhe manhewere
were r a rd rod hea headed ed chphe chaphe caled called He Hec Hecotlldnt
c cotlldnt ldt do no mor more even ir it hd had ht ha bn bngood been beengood
good ply play for 8 as I Mid they wa was pbyln pbylnlrezout playlnfreezeout
lrezout freezeout maklnl making it table takes 0 cure cureWhen course courseVhen
When be called he MS Ive Ive got a alush aflush
lush flush an he showed It down quen queen l high highBut gh ghB
B But t the dealer he says 80e I an ho hoshowl hoshows
showl shows down I a flush ush ac ace high A An he hestars hestarts
stars starts to rke rake In the pt ptBut pot potBut
But Rod he rays Hold on Didt Didtyou Didnt Didntyou
you draw two cad cards cardsYep
Yep sys says the dealer with a grin I Ithought Ithought
thought Id Id take a chnc chance chanceWith
Wih With that Red leaned acs across the table tablean fablean
an he says Your Youre a swindler There Thereaint
aint no m man gin goin to stay to a thr three fush fushI fitish fitishIn
I In a two bnded handed gme game thouten hes dealn dealntho dealin dealinthe
the car cards croked crokedI crooked crookedIt
I It was then tht that 1 looked arund around sud suddn sudden
dn den to s see U the door was opn open It wore worea
a pr part 0 my early odlcton edication to get ready readyto
to dodg dodge bullets when thes these sr sort o wors worsgot words wordsgot
got cicubtn cicubtnBut circulatin circulatinBut
But the dealer he didnt pun no gun gunnor gunnor
nor Rd lied he didnt mke make no mton mation ll like he hea howas
was a cxcUn expectin to gt get shot at They ony onyju onyjust
ju just t loked looked at each other for a mnute mnuteral minute minutereal
ral real md mad lke like an then the dealer he BY says saysYou
You Ue UeWeU lieWell
Well 1 sys says to mrsel myself that th there re was wastolable
tolable tolable sue sure t to be tig things doln aler after tat tatanI that thatan
anI an I kept one eye on te the door pretty steady steadybut steadybut
but as nils they did W8 was to look nt eac each oter oterfome other othersome
some more an II than on go on pIyl playin Iame same s sU sIf
U nothl notliin ha had happene happened happenedTwant
Twant mUM 01 a ting thing to tel tell mebb mebbe mebbeony
on ony a as It shows the clerenc difference tat that has hascome
cme come over tllngs things on the ole Mississippi MIsleslpplI MississippiIt
I It dont eeem seem lke like suc such a desprlt while hie ago agot
t a tllg thing lke ilko tat that culdnt couldnt hat hnppene happened happenedon
on one 0 theo these boats tout thout someboy someboygeln somebody somebodygettlu
gettlu hurt hurtA hurtA
geln A mn man didnt piY play pqker p ker them days daystout daysthout
thout recknln on the d1anc chances of a row
0 tout lome some sort no Iter matter how peaeablo peaceable ho homight hemight
might be his ow own sel self a an he got reay ready for lorIt forit
It afore hed set I In toul thout ho were 1 a bornfool born borntool
tool Conseuenc Consequence wa was that every very mn mnknowc man manknowed
knowc knowed tat that everboy everybody else WM holO heeled heeledfor
for a disturbanc disturbance an tey they was tlable tlablecutous LoVable LoVablecautious
cautious how tey they said tiigs things tbat that was wascallated
cutous cllte callated tmko to make ha hard feelins feelinsIt eelns eelnsr
r It wer were a goo good tling thing I In one way for It ItIda itmade
Ida made mn men a heap more plto polite n an careful carefulin relul relulbl
bl their talk but when te the troubl troubla did didcml lidcome
cml come It cme come har hard a an plentluJ plentluJTe plentiful plentifulThe
Te The wort worst thing thing about It wlthat was that young
felkrl fellers tJat that hadnt Ive lived long enough to toget toget
get Itrled steadied don was te the ones that lonly lonlyfufere genly genlysuffered
fufere suffered Peare Peared leo like the yrung men menWI menwas
WI was more hot heed headed thlm them daj days thon than tey they
Is now an W8 was more axious anxious to get teir their theirselcs I Isoh
soh selcs In trouble troubleFlghtl troubleFightin
Flghtl Fightin WI was iooke looked on lko like a sort 0 0leater ofeather
leater feather In a mns mans cp cap cpt cept when ho got gotkie gotkilled
kie killed an then It were a misfortune to tobe tobe
be lure sure but ttn a thin thint tat that cme come ntual ntualenough natural naturalenough
enough so ter there wn wa nt A an muc much tought toughtof thought thoughtof
of it M tere there would be tay today
Tere There wa was a party o fve five playln pker pkeron poker pokeron
on the old oldCreolo Ceolo Ble Belie that wnl was runnln runnlnfm runninfm
fm Ne New Orlanl Orleans to Vlck8burg an back backon backon
on a short route abut about the tme time the war warbroke warbroke
broke out an there wa was a curous curious ting tingabout thing thingabout
about em thAt I dont remember 1 us lover loverMW I over oversaw
MW aforo or sice siceThre since sinceThree
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MateW Mathews an hi his two son eons Gerga George an Ed Edan Edan
an anoter another wa was aother another plntr planter nme named namedHooper
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slonl sional named Catlin dutt t was workl worhin te tetou the thefour
CaUn tu
tou four akilul skilful name T They ey tool took him for a ctton cttontactor cotton cottonfactor
factor an hld1t bad t the faltcst falntst noton notion he heWi hewas
was Innln err errOcourrse n nOcoure
Wi Ocoure Ocourrse 1 knw knew Ctn Catlin well el enough blt blttant but buttwant
them tbemdys themdays
tant no par o nobodys bU6lues buslvss
dys days to tel tell pr noboy nobody what was goin on at ata ata
a card table If a man set et in h was his on onbuslnlS ownbusiness
buslnlS business cr to fud find I out whe wheher her the gnme game was wasstright wasstraight
stright straight or not I If ho dldnt fd find out one oneway oneway
way he 1S was tola tolable ble sure 10 I 0 fnd find out some someot someother
ot other her way
But that was tho only time I ever see a atluher afather
tlt tme
father an son sin setin It at tle the sme same tble tbleIn tablo tabloin
In a poker game when hen the stnkel stnkei were tol tolable tolable
able heavy Twant wnt no fabulous game gomeat
at that for I rekon reckon their want moren morena more fl fla
a thousand dolLrs on the tlble table nU told tolddurin tolddunn
dunn the game doll rl nn plnier planers was mOfly mOflyni mosIly mosIlyall
ni all rich men gme them days 0 coule course Catln Catlnbed Catlin Catlinhed
bed lke like to bu made the game bigger but buthe buthe
he wl8too was too slck slick 10 pr press II I gme too hr hard hardPoars
Pear Poars old man lutbews Mittliewa was I a pretty preltysmooth prettysmooth
smooth plyer player an the way he blured bluffed his histwo histwo
two sons out three or tour time t lmes was cer certainly certalnly
tainly rldlculols ridiculous le Be rene yeared lobe t o be piyin piyinfor playin playinfor
for tire fun 0 the glml geme nn they wal was nm nmbllousl ambi
bllousl bi ious lke like young felor fellers wi will be to show showtheir showtheir
their aad dad some hlg bing ony somehow he hepoaI hapeared
poaI peared to be the one tht that was showln showlnthem showinthem
themCme themCome Cme Come a hand when Ctn Csttlln bd had the dol dolan deal dealan
an twas Hoplrs loopers age He mde made tIle usual usualante usualante
ante one dollr dollar cls calls two an Gerge GergeM1thew8 George GeorgeMathews
Mathews come In Hs His dd dad eat at nex next an anbe anhe
M1thew8 be staye stayed an E Ed rle raised It adollr adollar Ctn CtnItayo Qitlin Qitlinirtayed
Itayo irtayed an Hooper droppe dropped out George Georgestaye Georgestayed
staye stayed an the ol old mn man made It two more to toplY toplay
plY plYThey play They aU staye stayed an George took one onecn onecard
cn card The old mn man soo sood pt pat and E Ed took tooktwo tooktwo
two Then the deler dealer he took one an anGoorgo anGeorge
George looked at hl his hand an throw It In Inthe inthe
the dlcr discard Pe Peered hod dred drawed to a alulh aflush
lulh flush an hadnt fle filled re Then tire old man manbet manbet
bet five dollars an Ed sen seen him himThat himThat
fve dollr E
That bruFht brouht It up to Ctn an he herid heraised
rid raised five an the old man b be him twenty twentymore twentymore
more Ed hid dow down an Catn Catlin caled caledand called calledand
and the old man hd to how his hnd hndHed hand handHed
Hed ben been blufn biutlin an Caln Catlin had two pairs pairsN pir
N Pard Feared lke like tht that wer were tolable gd gdprot good goodproof
prot proof tht that Catin Catlin dealt square quar enough enoughtht enoughthat
tht that tie time anyhow for he hint hadnt Improved ImprovedIn
In the drw draw but both the by boys wa was sor sore at atbln atbela
bela blued bluffeci out Either one on em would wouldh wouldha
bln h ha bat beat Catln Catlin but their ow own dd dad hd hddrove had haddrove
drove em out an they was M ag aggravated aggravatedan rvated I
an after tht that they both pard eamd sr sort 0 0su osuspioiou
su suspioiou piolou an irritable Theyd suspect suspectthe
the old mn man o blumn afor afore but he supc hdt hdten hadnt hadntbeen
been en cuQht cuQhtThe caught
The next next time the deal come to Ctln Ctlnit Catlin CatlinIt
it sur sure did look tme lke like he might h ha st set up the thecards thecards
cards Hooper nntod a dolr dollar 6me same as asMor asafore
Mor afore an Georg3 come in The old mn mnralJd man manraised
ralJd raised rid ridThen rnhud rnhudThen Ed rbeu iabed Catln Catliri raid raised an Hoopr Hooprrid Hooper Hooperrnhud
Then Geor George e looked at his cards agln aglnmighty aginmighty
mighty crtul careful an he s1 srvs My hnd hand is isgoodenough isgoodoricugh
goodenough to ris raise you all on but Im Im not notgain notgoin
gain to pilY PIY It ngailt agaimit four other good goodhnds goodhands
throwed it down downI
hnds hands An he thrd
I waq was lookin at him when he dId It an anI anI
I thought he ws was lookln prty pretty eharp bar at atCatin atCatlin
Catin Catlin when he spke spoke an s no 1 Ioke < at atCatln atCatlin1
Catln Catlin1 too an It struck me tht that he wer were weresort
sort 0 surprild surprildTht surprised surprisedThat
sr That tt set me thlnkln an It didnt take takeme takeme
me lon long to mke make up my mind tht that ther there therewas
was gout to b be some big bts bets I If ever every everybody
body hd had god good hands an Catln Catltn wa was ex exPctn oxpectin
pectin Gorg George to ply piny It lookd looked lke like It Itwa itwas
Pctn wa was gain to b be Cams pt ptI pot
I rckon reckon it would h ha ben boon too i It George Georgehdt Georo Georohadnt
hdt hadnt got sor sore an Iuspioious suspicious a lte little while whlloaor whileatom
atom Ther There wIn one or two mor more rl8s rl8safor raises raisesafore
aor afor afore the dw draw but th they al all ftayed stayed but butGe butGeorge
Ge George 1 an Hoo Hooper r called r for two two cards cardsThe cards cardsThe
The ola ohi mn man Itood stood pt pat an so did Ed an anCatln anCatlin
Catlin says Ill take one oneMJust oneJust
Catln Just sy I as he Il WI was slppln slippin It 01 off the dek dekGerge deck deckGeorge
Gerge George lone leaned fOlrd forward an ss says mighty mightystem mightystern
stem and excie excited lke like I thought so Youtake You Youtake
take the top card then It you ou want one oneYou oneYou
You Im playln cnt cant del deal onr sends seconds on this pry party whie whieIm while whileIm
Im plyln plylnNow
Now ow he was old enough to IOV know that thathed thathed
hed ough ought to hve have had his gun out or hi halt haltorit
out at lest least when he sld 1 a gn thing lke like that thatbut thatbut
but I rekon reckon he weo wore too ecite excited to remem remember rernember
ber the dnger danger or mebbe he didnL callate callateon callate callateoil
on Its bln hem so perious perilous not undertandin undertandint1t understandin understandinthat
t1t that Ctln Catlin was a profesionl profesionlAn professional professionalAn
An there want none o the othel others otherslookin
lookln ter no erich break to como 80 end sudden endden
den so Mturly naturally they wnt none on em emprpnrc emprepared
prepared ceptn ceptin Catln Catllnan an bel bela as ho WIS WISa was wasa
a prpnrc rofessronal ho was nlnys alays prepared preparedHe
trorcsional He showe showed himself I ii quick man that thattme thattime
time Ir ho didnt never hay have another chance chancof chancefec
tme f fec r GerFe George hadnt fair got ot the wordl words out out oC oChis ofhis
his mouth afore he fel fell acrots across the table tablewlth tablewith
wlth with a hole I in the middle of his lorehrd lorehrdBut forehead foreheadBut
But he there others othersmost
quick as was WDI was othlrs othlrsmolt
molt most as quick for E Ed nn iris father both bothdnwe bothdritwed
dnwe dritwed when tney they seen what he W was doln dolnan doirtan
an they both fro fired together so there wes wesno weeno
no te1n tellin which on Im em It WIS was that hc bud tim thoItsfaolon timsatisfaction
Itsfaolon satisfaction 0 kiln kuhn the man that kie killed killedCleorg
Gerg GergUbrn Cleorg CleorgWhen
When Ttrmomttlrl Therniomeicra Arc In Demand DtmamlFrol DemandTrain
Frol Train the PhilndrpAa PAilodclphfa Rrcord RrcordThormomet JiccordTbermometers
Thormomet rs Yt Yes we e are selling elnl lots lotsof lotsof
of them Mid the young woman Olln hehild hehildtho behind behindtie
tie optical counter II iii the hll irhi depnrtnent depnrtnentItort department departmentstore
Itort store Our MIC sales always jlmp jump In weather weatherlike Bther Btherlke
lke like this and In extrfmely extremely hot welther weather In 111 sum summer
mer During n a lonl long spell pel or even Wln weather weRtherwbn weatherwhen
when 1 a winter Is not extrordlnarly extraordinarily cold or ore oresummer 1
summlr summer not etrordlnarlb extraordinarily hot hot th there ro Is IsIto islittle
Ito little demlnd demand for twlroretlrl ttiemnomneters lint ju just justlt t tIrt
Irt lt 1 a Yen cold spl spell sot In In winter or n very veryhot ery eryhot
hot sp spell lln in RUmmel summer and It mlkl makes llth till the dir dirferenee lr lrfence
fence In the world in the snlc salasaf nr our depart depnrtment departmeat
meat nlhouJh although thermometers are Ilmrl Ilmrlrlllrded simply simplyregarded
rlllrded regarded Ihl 1 a side Ilsue issue 81hurbnnltrH Suihuirbanites 11 are areeseeclaliy
eloclnlb eseeclaliy rlEr eager hurtr buyers prlcullrl particiilgrrly lt at thi thitmo this thistime
tmo time of ycnr tnr WhOti hIl thf tire temperntul temperatur in the thoelrb theonrl
elrb onrl mornlul morning L Lq several rll dtlru lCgrLe4 Ilwer lower II iii tire LhoouUylnl tireoutlying
ouUylnl outlying d cijstricts tlldl than It I is Illhu I tire city TlrTIr rrorsr rrorsrIts I
1 Its II Irent great source 11 at ltlrlcton ittIfCtIuntoth tothl sub suburbanite
urbanite to ti core come 11 in town leo u thlrmor thtrniom thtrniometer
etcr rtglgterlnl registering 7 dclrecs degrees abo1 above z zero zeroand ro roand
and say ay with IMt great complnCnC complacency Why tim thothermometer timthermometer
thermometer on my porch WIS was 1 degree deirebelow
below when I Ie left I home
GOLDWATER 211 281 ad ave 2 238 J 833 WIUIa WIUIaOBERIOlFE WflIs v1
OBERIOlFE OIJERUO1LFEK Sub Ib ave ve 12lb 12lbWOTMANN 125th 125thWOItTMANN
WOTMANN JVNGHN 1020 11 3rd a6 5 425 2 CllumbU Columbus a SYL SYLROOSFXEL1 t
10 3r o
ROOSFXEL1 P11411 175 Prl Park Row R0wJAMES j
JAMES JAHE BIb av ave Un UnQUESC 44111 44111OVENCkR
QUESC OVENCkR 9lh ave du 57Lh 57LhMEYER 57thMESEIl
MEYER n RROS 71 24 av ave 8Ib 86th 3 M a eve > T M MKAIJSH
KAIJSH ILLtIL 23I t 41b ave < I
What the Japanese Geolphlcl Geographleai Ka Ka1lcnlolnte Tsies TsiesMeanPoints
1lcnlolnte MeanPoints ln Whr Which the Nd Nattyn NattynSay f
Say Teir Their Tongue Rumtlrs RumtlrsBut Resembiii Ours OursHut
But I It TkrlFveSUiblie Take flveSyilflbte to toThe o Jllt Jllto LI LITho
The Japanee Japanese In New YOI York are amused by bythe
the diffIculty presented tclEnglisb Bpeairii Bpeairiipersons
persons in the geographical and other othernames
names of Japan The Russian names that thatbriarle
briarle in the despatches from thseot of ofwar
war the Japs admit may very properly properlypresent
present difficulties and may be hardfor hardforEnglish
English speaking persona without a coId coIdin
in the head 10 pronounce But Japanese Japanesethey
they think ought to present no serious seriousdifUculty
difUculty to Americans AmericansBarring
Barring the tact that the spoken andthe andthewritten
written forms of theJapenese tozrguoare tozrguoarevery
very different the Japs profess to dIscover dIscovera
a good many resemblances betweea their theirown
own language and English Tho forty fortyseven
seven sound elements of tbo Japane Japanet
t ngUe are about the same as the number numberrecognized
recognized In English The genders of ofJapanese
Japanese nouns are three and the numbers numberstwo
two as In English There are a1o three threecases
cases of nouns and three degree of ad adjectives
jectives Verbs are active passIve and andneuter
neuter and they have five moods ae In InEnglish
English EnglishIf
If it does take five syllables tosay Is Isin
in Japanese and If the language is pretty prettyrich
rich In polysyllablee Japanese nurnea1 nurnea1seem
seem simple enough to an EngHsbepnk EngHsbepnkbig
big person and any one who has Iesjnsd Iesjnsdthe
the numerals finds the ziamas of the mrt1 mrt1simplicity
simplicity Itself In fact the Jape ay aythat
that any industrious American ofavesgo ofavesgoability
ability ought to acquire a pretty good goodknowledge
knowledge of the spoken Japanese tegu teguInaboutayearanduilghtdolttngsed
Inaboutayearanduilghtdolttngsed F Fdeal
deal less time by an Intensive method of ofstudy
study To acquIre an sesy reading knowl knowledge
edge of the language with it itvocabulary
vocabulary In part borroved from the theChinese
Chinese is a much more serious mat4er mat4erThose
Those puzzling Japanese geographical geographicalnames
names become rlmplo onougjr for the moat moatpart
part when resolved into their elements elementsand
and transtited as many of them oanbe oanbeMost
Most English spenklngperaonsdonotao spenklngperaonsdonotaoelate
elate the name Japan with the narn narnNippon
Nippon that of tim largest Island of tb tbempire
empire As a matter of fact howey howeythe
the name Japan Is an English attempb attempbto
to reproduce the Chinese name for Nippon Nipponwhich
which is Jlhpaen The name msez msezThe
The Island of the Rising Sun SunShikoku
Shikoku or Sikoku as It is sometimes sometimesspelkd
spelkd tim name of the island southwe southweof
of Nippon means merely The fourprovs fourprovsinces
inces as al is the Japanese for the nurn nurneral
eral four fourYezo
Yezo the name of the large Island Islandnortheast
northeast of Nippon means the barbarians barbariansof
of tho sIrrinps Again the gronp ci ciJapanese
Japanese islands usually called the Rustle Rustlebears
bears that name because the islsn4s saeee saeeenumerous
numerous for it means the thousand thousandIslands
Islands IslandsFormosa
Formosa which the Japanese sequlied sequliedfrom
from China after the war between tbewo tbewocountries
countries is also called TelWan which whichmeans
means die gulf of the tower Tusima or orTeushima
Teushima is it Is epellod on some mpe mpean
an island that may figure in the war nwi nwifor
for It lies in the strait botw en WtiLa WtiLaand
and Corea means tire Island that niakee niakeea
a face faceJapanese
Japanese town and city names are 1g 1gniflcant
niflcant and lntorestin TokIo insane insanethe
the capital of the East Yedo is merely merelythe
the mouth of the river Nagilsaki is isthe
the long cape On the maps the cap
itself on which Nagasaki is situated is iscalled
called Noino The name of the mty of ofOhoSakameanstho
OhoSakameanstho greatdlkoorbank greatdlkoorbankMany
Many Japanese geographical narnea con conlain
lain the words for mountain or river or orwater
water or some other natural featuris som somtimes
times associated with adjectives of vary varysimple
simple significance as great or high or orblack
black or little or strong Mountain Is Isyama
yama and is an element in the ios iosfamiiiar
famiiiar of Japaneso geographical narbe narbeas
as iii tire fatuous sacred mountain Fuxi Fuxiyama
yama or Fujiyama as It Is oftener spoiled spoiledon
on our ma The same element occurs occursin
in Okayarna and in the plural form in other 4 4place
place names namesA
A very slight study of place names makes X Xthe
the map of Jaixin a live and Interesting Interestingthing
thing but the geographical names of the theempire
empire have been obscured for English Englishspeaking
speaking persons by reason or tim fact factthat
that the spelling of stich names has grt1y grt1yvaried
varied upon maps of English and American Americanorigin
origin originIn
In fact lnco mince on the popular maps mapsof
of Japan tire ec disguised that theJsps theJspstllemnsuivt4
tllemnsuivt4 Isr often ulIzzied to reconian reconianfamiliar
familiar isiaflds capes and the thelike
like The Jups of Now York however howeverlook
look for a niiirkod increase of Interret in intheir
their country ritid language a 1 recult recultof
of tim present war and for greatet care on onthe
the part of mapmakers mapmakersEssence
Essence of Orange Leaves LeavesProiui
Proiui ill Laiota Idia Tribtsnt TribtsntA
A remarkable industry of Paraius I Ithe
the preparation of essence of orange leskra leskraMorn
Morn than 150 years ago the Jesuitprl sts wbl wbltireit
tireit ruled that secluded country importe k knrInc
nrInc seds and planted groves wbichhsy wbichhsytine
tine tdrOIfldl immense forests flied with uma umaestahlishmont
estahlishmont for extracting tire tnqeI tnqeIwhich
which is exported to France and ths U1iU4
Sittteiu for use In soap and prfinsrv niak
Ing It Is also employed by lb natives ha r
Paraguay as a tieuling uintincirl and a bait C CJ

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