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A1 ON THE POKER GAMESamPearsaU
I IOld
SamPearsaU Has a Chance to SecOld
Smpa
i H Cc
I i Old Man Greenhuts TheoriesPut
t Put in Practicethere
there is reasons fr thinkln the goodLori
lp Lori must V knowed what he was dolnwhan
if when ho made women folks said old manGreenhnt
Greenhnt at he leaned his elbows on thebar
arn his wiloon and looked reflectivelyat
at f Pearnall But he continuedthe
tbe Good Book Is chock full o passages
I pears to how 1 not even the Lord his
l qn quite onderstand what the crittersUdHvin
1 UdHvin at half the timeI
I I aint asayin but what theres goodpint
pint about aome on em but when it comes
4 to hayin one fr a wife I alays think ox
I x whatem Budd fYI t me one time whenhehad
t he had a carbuncle on the back of his neckHe
I He says Greenhut he says Ive had carbunplea
bunplea on my neck an my arms an mylegs
I legs an my back till I reckon knows moreabout
c about carbuncles 1 any other man in Arkansas
kansas an Ive found out 1 there haintbutone
butone good place fora carbuncleWell
Well just nachully I ast him where thatwas
1 r was an he i > ays The ony reel comPbleplace
place for to have a carbuncle ison the otherfeler
feler > nock An thats what most anymatvl
matvl nay about a woman s fur a I ontelifmr
telifmr the way they goes On The onyrl
reel Excellent wonoan theyis is the otherfellers
fellers wifevQne
vQne thing they sure do make a manwiseV
wiseV The Good Book says t the reasonSolomon
I Solomon was the wisest man on earth wasthehad
thehad three hundred wives a sevenhundred
hundred porcupines Pears he use ter golift1
1 lift1 stir up the porcupines an rae em bristlewhen
when he wanted a little rest a recreationftn
Phenhe But If threehundred
Van his family xperences threbunr
hundred wlvcei wont make a man wisenothln
nothln will Pears like you was ksarnln aheap
heap Tm onon em aipt ye Sam
1 aint nar Jn nothin1 growled Pearsallbut
but I reckon Its me fr the Far West a aplunge
plunge in the PacificLooks
Looks to me like you od forget about theplunRln
plunRln part f you onoet got a furs theFr
Far Wet Sam said the old man cheerfullyMustt
Mustt e tolable bad though i yourethinkln
thinkln o leavin Arkansas City Whatsthelatesttrouble
thelatesttrouble anywayjfears
jfears Ion make out pears I mustntplay
play no more draw poker said the unfortunate
I tunate husbandWhatl
I Whatl exclaimed Greenhut and threeorfovr
WaU
1 artO others who were listeningNot
p Not play draw poker repeated the oldman
man Dont MiV Pearsall have no realizlnsense
sense o what it means t fly into the faceProvidence oProvidence
Providence How does she reckon thefafnbly
ambIt xpenses I goln to beatdrShea
Shes arecknhv on me gom to workHid
Hid SamPears
Pears like there must b some way obringin
bringin her to her senses said the oldmap
brngn Cant she see t any dub on workbut
but its ony a man o brains 1 on aport hsfably
fambly on draw poker Haint ye pintedthat
that out to her HornTointnouse
Tointnouse sold Sam shortly Therehaint
I haint been n wlnnins recent a she Inalsts
alsts on money Its up t me t go t
work or get out a just nachully Im golntoget
togetUnder
t Under them circumstances said oldman
man Greenhut pears like its behoovinfor
for to have a game right here tonightBusiness
tlave
Business has been allnred dull thats afact
fact but strikes me a little prayerful effortmought
mought bring about a change I some oThere
4 you boys WM t go prospectin round thebotl
A hotel by mought catch a stranger or twoTer
There was a boat stopped here todayfom
stpp
fom down the riverIt
dwn
rverIt
It WU fait that Pearsalls emergencywas
Wa great and an he expressed his willingness
ness to go Joe Itt and Jake Winterbottom
bottom volunteered t go with himIf
bttmlunteer
If we dont make 1 killin tonightaid
aid Pearsall as they started out its mefor
for the next boat downInside
Inside of an hour the party returned withtwiv
twiv outsiders whose appearance rousedold
old maniGrenhuts contempt One waa alankyforeigner
lanky foreigner named OShaughnessy ashe
la10rRnernaed Ony they do becallln
wore for short he added with
a i a good natured grin The other was ai
I surly looking Englishman who admittedthat
I thahhls tame was Dobbin Both werea
a I roughly dressed and looked a good dealW
I 3ike1axIng menedid
Sere did you catch em asked theold1
4 j old edid Bamett as the others movedtoward
toward the back room Be the roustersfm
fm the leveethey
Not by a mite sid the Sheriff Tey
In biyinuphosees fra New Orleans house
5 1 they carry seven kinds omoney in each
r notstr ats different said Greenhut brisklyGeCtight
GeCtight along in Joe Itd be a sin torto
to letl em carry it away fm here whenthlngdlft
thlngdlft as dull as they Is You on orderfr
fr Doe Under the circumstants Illtnrul
stand A round or two mynelfStimulated
Stimulated by this offer Bossett calledforoni
for on4 round as soon as he reached theoattl
oattl room and another as soon as theyhad
< mm did thestakra
had all bought chips which they t
amMitt tt a hundred apie and the tblestP
unt cam began cheerfully I notconvivially
convivially Blaisdell had joined the pry
so tber wsa six handed gameit
CherfiiI al was the beginning howeverIt
itwaK not lng before it became evidentthat
that there was an excellent prospect oftrouble
L trouble Mr Dobbinaa surly appearanceproved
trble 1Ir apprnc
proved to be a good indication of his behavior
t b
prve and his language when he wasbeaten
beaten dn a small Straight Jake WlnterI
I bottom filling a flush against him wasI
btm hat unusual even In a rom wher
I much llofiwe was allowedItwas
alowe
Itwas so intemperate in fact that Winterbottom
I bottom felt called on to make replyi
bttm measly little sawed offI
it Look here you mealy ltle we 01
I head emphatically hut with no showI
I of anger suoh talk 8 yours dont goWe
We dont most Rcnly kill a man in ArkanMa
Ma tr Josln his temper but we do lickI
I Nfl when they get sassy About six wordslmore
sx waralor
more coLon your flytrap an Ill just aboutViseypur
Viseypur kneecaps fr buttons a yourBcmeDolen
S us 1or
Ill buttonyptfup
BcmeDolen fr buttonholes an Il butonfup
tightAw
you up
Aw go row a boat grow Jed Dobbinsreaching
reaching for the deck I was his deal andlie
r41Di without taking furthernotice
lie shuffled anddealt withot taing rrberotlc
notice The Arkansas City men looked atone
erne another but it seemed a poor time t
tart a fight with good money in sight sothe
the matter was passed overLater
rat on they suspected that the Englishnab
tbeysulpted
nab had been trying to divert attentionfrom
bn t attntonfrm
h trng
from his dealing for some unusual handswere
were heldPearsall
l Pearsall had put up the usual dollarante
Perl pt
ante Bassett sat next and came in ThenHhorty
ant hesitated a little but finally threwIn
In his ta dollars and waited Blaisdellfound
fond two dollars worth and Winterbottomraked
raked it three dollarsThat I
That brought it to the dealer and hetrailed I
nt Pearsall made good and Bassettair
law theraise but Shorty made It five moreto
to play It was to strong for BlaisdellbutWinterbottom
butWinterbottom went bk with anotherfiveand
ht1ntrbtom Pearsall both droppedHosaett
Hosaett stAyed on general principles realising
JUt I lon b useful to Winterbottom
bottom but realizing also that his handwaiinotworth
waiinotworth the moneyThey
They looked for Shorty to raise againbut
I 1 but instead ho simply tawthe rio thereby
by cloning the pot On the draw Basaetttoot
toot two cards and Shorty took one butWintetbottom
Wintetbottom reckoned he wouldnt spilebis
his handBassett
Bassett bet a white chip and Shorty bet
so H was apparent afterward thatbe
be wail trying t get more of Burnettmoa
I moa y in tbo pot but Winterbottom shovedhla
i his entire pile t the centre of the tableand
he neededao
and Baaaott MW wan no longer need
ao he fadedThat
4 8 That lyo got asked Shorty evtgerlrrid
I add Winterbottom said It > all there inin
in fronto me I cant bet no more underh
Qe
the rules bein M its table atakeAll
All h Mid Shortr But aforeth
the showdown Ill make ya propositiont
l
t IJlicall bt an Ill bet outside moneyan
r an much a ye bike over an above thePdoufiy
T Pdoufiy il th j arneIt
It was plain to be Men that Winterbottom
was tempted He had four tens In his handand
and a considerable Amount of money inhis
his pocket but he looked keenly at Shortyand
and he saw that players gaze stray for asingle
single instant toward the dealer and theexpression
Innt tW tbeder an
expression he read was enoughI
exprln w might as well play therules
rules ron briefly and ShortycalledOh
On the showdown he displayed a emailstraight
display
straight flushThere
fuThr
There was n proof of crooked dealingand
and no charge was made but there WMaolntt
instant conviction in four minds that Dobbins
bins would bear watching Winterbottombought
bought chips and the game continuedOn
On FeamUB deal nobody stvred so B
dealt OShaughnessypassed
let delt for a jackcot hughneypa
passed blind and Rlslsdell opened it for thesixe
size of the cot which was 912Winterbottom
Winterbottom dropped but Dobbins andPearsall
Witerbttm drpt en
Pearsall stayed and BasJttt threw down hisnards
nards Then OShaughnessy looked at hishand
hand and raised it 112Dlalen
han stayed and Dobbins made I
t2 more Then Sliorty raised again andniaisdell
niaisdell saw they had a crosscut on himInstead
Instead of laying down however he pushedhis
his entire pile forward It was an excellentbluff
enti Die
bluff for instead of the others both stay infas la
blul inte oter
te
as he had feared they would they both laiddown
fer te
down ani he scooped the pot showingdown
down his hand which contained only a tinglepair
pair of queensProbably
quen
Probably nothing would have been saidhad
ntil woul
had not Dobbins set the example but Blaisdnll
dell was ebted and could not forbear ataunt
taunt There is times he said whentwo
two is better n Itre not when neitherone
one on em haint got the sand t foller upa
a nly Pears like there cowardly playadMdin
alt n intothis here gameAfter
After that no1 more than a word wasneoJed
mor
Aftr tht n tan wo
neoJed to precipitate a general engxtcranentw
dc
and as might have been expee the wordwassoonsooken
w soon RookenThe
The deal came s round to Pearsall sndthere
there wan n jackpot on the table that hadbeen
been sweetened twice so that it amountedto
to IM Bassett opened it under the gunsfor
for the size of it and Shorty stayed Winterbottom
bottom and BlMsrfell both dropped butDobbins
rpre
bt
Dobbins mined it 10 whereupon Pearsallth
nbbin hand In the HlsonrdBassetts
han to the raise wee to pushhis
his entire stack forward and as Shorty andDobbins
hil
1 1
ntre could not ralso him further therboth
both stayed When Pearsall lifted the dockto
to serve the drawall three of thwn stoodpat
pat and the two strangers showed flushesone
one ace high and the other queen high butBurnett
Burnett showed down a ten fullSure
nlet thota moijthty folne dealln sid Ihorv
Phortv with sarcastic emphasis O1 do bethinkln
thinkln asSlehhe
Slehhe It mought be Just a well Interrupted
h
rpte Sam wIth an aggravated drawl lfI
I was t say t you on think what youdamn
damn please but you wont talk noneThen
Then Dobbin used more of his lanarua ewhile
Ten Shorty continued to talk All theto
players were rising to their feet and rechbeing
ther
plaer wer np
Ing for weapons In another second 8ambnl
being perhaps two winks in the lead when ayounft
young colored citizen burst Into the roomwith
clore
with his face ashen and his eyes fairlyUMarse
bulaing outMarse
Mlle Sam he exclaimed wildly yodone
done better come home nuick Missy doneheard
beter cme
heard vo plsvin cyards an she comindown
oyarl
hor plaVn
down tho road lickitv splitPearsall
Pearsall said nothing but a single steptook
took him t the window and throwing Itopen
open he leaped out into the darkness norwas
was he seen in Arkansas City again forseveral
several monthsThere
There was a look into his eyes Ukehunte ahunted
hunted deer said Jo Bassett pityingly1after
after Mrs Pearsall had insisted on searchingthe
the nremlses and had gone away ravingTalnt
Talnt sprisln said old man Greenhut
hut Sam aint no bad sort f she knowedhow
how to Sm along but its just as the GoodBook
Book save Awoman t haint got sense ispowerful
powerful like a jewel o gold In a hogssnoot
snootKEW
NEW BROOCHES AND PEDAXTSNew
New Form of the Vanity CateHnvlval ofthe
the Snake BraceletFromthr
From fr J wrfrCircuIarW fWA
A peculiar brooch displaying a combination
tion of blue and green has the groundworkof
of blue enriched by a fine green stoneAn
An elegant diamond bar pin simulatedthe
the open links of a heavy chainAn
An extremely novel pendant Is an oddshape
shape In finest green enamel ornamentedwith
with Inset scattered blue leaves with anemerald
emerald as a central stoneUnder
Under the cunning guise of a little goldmemorandum
memorandum book the vanity cal I stillserves
serves Its useful purposeSome
Some of the shirred top gold mesh bagsare
are now fitted with convenient coin holderscard
tablet and separate Insidepocket
card case or tahlt a leprte Inlidepke
pocketA
A charming little watch that would bea
a delightful possession has the case of thesoftest
softest shade of pink rimmed goldIn
aftt
In a strikingly picturesque style Is a chainwith
with pendant of curiously wrought goldlet
wih colored stones In a brilliantarrangement
let with different clore Itone brllntransenlent
arrangement effecting a novel andattraotlvecolor
color scheme The chain Is formed of elliptical
liptical shapes of ornamental gold adornedwith
with gems These are linked together andrichly
richly supplemented attached by the elaborate pendant
The to which silver Jewelry willagain
again become popular remainsto be seenSilver
Silver and pearls accord well with the flnesilver
silver embroidery which Is considered verychic
chic A little brooch of this character Is anew
new designA
A sliver centre piece that takes on an unusual
usual form Is designed to be very decorativewith
with a large flaring vase for flowers In thecentre
centre from which spring four curvingsupports
supports each of which serves to suspenda
basket of pierced silver suggestive
a very pretty pierce 1Tr IUCiNtye
gestive of Its useYears
Years ago there was a fashion for flexiblesnake
snake bracelets and an indication of therevival
revival of this mot In fine jewelry was rl
cently seen Ina ne necklet with braceletto
fn
to match of the mOlt delicate workmanship
ship In yellow gold wire an admirable t
hp1 of the goldsmiths art Th e eyes ofthe
the snakes were of flne rublesTit
Tit for Tat In English CourtFrom
From the New Orleaaa Tim DrfocralTbey
They tell this story of an English Judgespassage
passage with a well known barrister note
for his skill at reparteeThe
The barrister was arguing a law pointbefore
before the court when the bray of an asscame
came In throughthe windowOne
One ata time brother one at a timeobserved
observed hit lordship solemnlyTbe
Tbe spectators tittered and the barristerconcluded
concluded his remarksThereupon
Thereupon the Judge proceeded to sumup
up Ha too was Interrupted by the resonantbray
bray of the assTrie
The barrister looked curiously around theroom II
ITherms
room Thems a wonderful echd In this buildingmy
my lord he obcerveda
T HAT Isthedifrerence betweena
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O t r BEUILEIN 4sum BIOS4U
sum frssTlortfwd
Tlortfwd law Tart Ladm
THE PASSING OF REAL POKERSOWJ
sOVE COMMENTS Off THE DECADENT
DENT HARLEM 04 METe
The Weakness ofthe All Jacks Small LimitGarnet
calf Discussed by the Old TimerBreatMhE
BreatMhE a Innovation of WhichHe
He DliapprovM Other NovrltletIn
In an age in which nothing la held aterodfrom
from the Constitution to marriage I sp
pone I la to much to expect that drwpkerlhold
poker should be exempt from the perniciousactivity
activity of the reformer sid the grayhaired
haired young looking man as he put b
feet on the fender in the club smoking roomHe
He continuedThe
The mere fact that Im personally aggrieved1
grieved1 at the way this noble game f misplayed
played nowadays does not as a matter ofcourse
course retard the march of progress ap
preciably and I am resigning myself asbest
best I can to the thought that the genuinegame
game is likely soon to become extinct
I dot intend by any means he continued
tinued to imply that there is any likelihoodof
of draw poker dyingout On the contraryits
it vogue seems to be Increasing but Itl
real sorrow to me to Bee the many changesthat
that are being introduced from time totime
time and the general favor with whichthese
thN changes are regarded by aver
players I might b claimed that thesechanges
change an improvements seeing thatthey
they meet with popular favor but I thinkit
it can ely shown that they are distinctly
tinctly for the worse and that the game isdeteriorating
deteriorating by reason of them I thatbe
b true it i by no means impossible thatdraw
draw poker will die out after a time s
other game have declined in favor becauseof
of having no vital InterestAnother
Another of the party interrupted at thispoint
point We know you ar an enthusiasthe
he said and we respect you for your earnest
nest admiration of a game we all regardwith
with respect but dont you think you maybe
b overanxious about the well being ofdraw
draw poker I strikes me It is playedmore
more than over and In about the same wayIt
It haa been played since I can rememberI
dj hope I may be overanxious saidthe
the first speaker and I agree with youthat
that the game is played nowadays moregenerally
generally than ever but it Is certainly no
playe < l in anything like the same way itwas
was twentyfive years ago or soT
I was playing in one of those nice quietsocial
social that will find almostevery
II gaeltht you wi fd almotevern
nlsht In almost circlein
evern every family cirleI
in New York north of Fiftyninth streetwhen
when 1 ventured that I
ventur to say preferredstraight
straight poker to the all jack game theywere
were playing o may not believe mewhen
when I tell you that not one player at thetbleknew
table knew what the ante game was Theywere
were openly sceptical when I said thejackpot
jackpot was a modern innovationOf
Of course every student of the gameknows
knows that I was right The standardrules
rules of the game written by Gen Schencksomewhere
somewhere about 1870 make no mentionwhatever
whatever of the jackpotBut
But you certainly would not maintain
tai said the interrupter that th jackpot
pot Is one of the modern changes that arelikely
likely to lead to the extinction of the gomeTo
To my mind an occasional jackpot addsgreatly
greatly to the enjoyment of a sittingI
1 agree with you said the critic Theoccasional
occasional jackpot certainly does addtest
test to the game but playing all jacksIs
Is something like eating a dish made entirely
of red It Is enoUghbut
tirely r pepper I pungent eogbbut
but the proper flavor is absentThe
oTe all jack game seems to have beenadopted
adopted on the theory that It makes theplay
play higher faster and mON exciting andI
I am not prepared to say that it would notaccomplish
accomplish this in ano limit game or In atable
table stakes game but you dont find eitherof
of these being played in the average NewYork
York poker partyTho
The way poker is played nowadaysreminds
reminds me of the old recipe for punchaccording
according to which you put In whiskeyto
to make it strong and water to make Itweali
weal lemon to make it sour and mi garto
to make it sweet They play all jackpotsto
to make the play higher and then put asmall
small limit on to prevent high play Thelimit
limit prevents you from backing your handwhen
when you have good cards ahd temptsyou
you almost Irresistibly to bet when yourcards
cards not worth backing Moreoverit
crl are worh bklng Morverit
it robs the came of character in that there
Is no
almost the invariable rule in a small limitjrame
jrame seems to be to bet the limit if youare
are going to bet at allThen
Then as if this were not enough in theway
way of reform for you know of our
that the limit Is a modern change anothermost
most monstrous innovation has been madequite
quite recently In real poker when Itcomes
comes your turn to play you must eitherbet
bet or lay down your cards I you betof
of course you may either see the previousbet
bet or raise it I one has been frvoll
In this latter day game you may hold onto
cards and retain interest in thepot
to your crs rtin an Intert th
pot without making a betThus
Thus i you have opened a jackpot itis
is t > f course your first play but you neednot
not bet You may simply say I blowor
or I breathe or I chip meaning thatyou
o go through the motion of betting butdo
do not risk anything Now this may heinteresting
interesting childs play but it certainlyis
is not draw poker As it Is played howeverlt
ever it has developed a curious set of ladylike
cros
like limitations to the game that ar simplymaddening
maddening to a poker playerSuppose
pker
Suppose that A has opened the pot andB
pt
B Supp E have all stayed I being asmall
small limit Fame this is no indication thatB
B C D and E have openers Most playersI
I find stay on a single pair even of deuceswhen
when the pot is opened relying on the possibility
sibility of getting a third perhaps a fourthto
to the pair and figuring that the loss Issmall I
small even If they do not better Of courseafter
0 and D have nil in such
after 1 ad ni come tuch a
argument is plausible enough for F ther
are no more players for he cannot bo raisedout
out before the draw and the percentagedoes
does offer a temptation but equally ofa
course It II tad poker to stay a the face ofa
a possible raise and double raise with anything
ps8lbl
of If the couldbe
thing short openers I pot c1
thlnp
be opened for the size of It as Is cstomr
in a table stokes game the absurdity ofstaying
staying on a short pair would be apparentbut
sty apprntbt
but most players in this new game wouldrather
rather bet against preposterous odds thanstay
stay out when It costs so little to stay Thatis
tty
is what makes the small limit game BO muchmore
more expensive than table stakesNaturally
Naturally the player who stays foolishlywill
will occasionally win a pot I he ba arun
wi
run of luck be will win numerous potsThis
This t the mind of the average playerjustifies
justifies his fcollsh play and in actual practice
tic it tends t demoralize the whole partyto
to that in a little time they r all pry
foolishly and there are no longer any clclton
cuUtioiM t be made as to the probabilitiesof
of the gomePerhaps
Perhaps i is a sufficient answer t allthis
this t say that if the majority of playersprefer
prefer this kind of a game it must rankhigher
Iame
higher than the old fashioned draw pokerbut
hilher do not think it does I maintain thatdraw
draw poker is passing away and that thisgame
pker
game they now play is not draw pokerFor
aame example here are a few things thathappened
happened in the game I was in A openedthe
the pot and D without waiting for B amiC
C threw in the blue chipraised required t stayTnen
Then n 8 he had a perfect right t dorile
raised It whereupon pret Oh If it israised
raised I wont stay and ho drew downhis
his money I protested but D said thathe
he would not have stayed If he had knownit
it was going to bo raised and that as he hadput
t
wa
put his money in the not by mistake it wouldbe
be manifestly unfair t compel him to leaveit
it thereYou
I You can see that it was hopeless to argueagainst
against such a proposition and a the restof
of the party said he was right I contentedmysel
mYll pry paying that I had thought IwM
wM lying poker The only result of lbs
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was that they all looked at me pityingly andmured
assured me they were playing the montpprored
approved Harlem game of pokerThen
pprTe opened a pot and as I sat next Ian
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It looked as I might get a play O droppedE
E breathed and F bet a blue chip DIt raisedIt
It and I mil him Then F dropped adD
B called me showing down three acesWhen
When I showed down my flush the
wan an immediate outcry I was accusedof
of playing unfairly otc I had not beton
hand I had the first chanceBy
on my as son OH fft chanc
By not doing so they said I was misleadingthe
the others an playing a gambling hOI
game not fit for a party of friendsThat
gae ft
That was bewildering enough for theselunatics
lunatics were talking in good faith andactually
lunBt wer go
actually believed what they said andthought
aualy bleve
thought It was poker they were talkingabout
toght pkt
about but a still more preposterous thingwas
was sprung on me a little laterB
Ittflatrn
Walprn another pot and I stayed ona
a pair of eights for I was playing 8 foolishly
ishly 8 the rest teeing it wan not pokerthat
that we were playing After the draw Bbreathed
breathed We paynK having betteredbreathed
breathed also thinking I might get a chanceto
to bluff a little later The others laid downuntil
until it came to A and he bet B droppedand
and I raised A He wouldnt b bluffedthough
though and when he called I was obligedto
to show down Then they all jumped atme
me for breathing without having openersand
and I learned that according t Harlempoker
poker rules It is not allowable to trail afterthe
the opener unless you have openers orbetter
better after the drawThe
The climax came the other night whenI
I was severely criticised for raising fouror
or W8 times against an ace full when Ihad
had four kings I was told that I wastaking
taking a most ungentlemanly advantage ofthe
tlnj ungenteay
the other man in pushing him so hard whenIhad
I had him beatenIt
It may bi of course that this mostladylike
ladylike pastime will entirely supplant drawpoker
done in Harlem
poker It seems to have so
lam society but I can hardly believe thatafter
after if ha ten the place of the greatAmerican
American game it will long retain its holdon
on the American peopleBVNTIXG
BVNTIXG IN GEItUAX FORESTAmericans
Americans Experience In Shootlni GameFrom
From a Cane ChairIn
In Berlin I met Henry P flitter and itwas
was through him that I attended the strangest
est hunt I ever took part in said Bert EWilson
Wilson who had just returned from Europeto
to a Rochester Herald reporter Mr Ritters
tars brother Frederick is an architecturaldecorator
decorator doing most of the work on theroyal
Dresden royal palaces of Germany and living inDresden
He a us
consisting of twentyfour The day beforethe
the event I inquired what would be anappropriate
appropriate costume and was taken t aoostumers
costumers where I was fitted out withknee
knee brooches of felt a German huntingooat
omit which is a sort of Norfolk style legginsand
and a felt Alpine hat I felt that I wasbeing
being taken in but was relieved and surprised
prised next day t find the others attired inexactly
exactly the same costumeWhen
When we reached the railway stationour
the of introduction
our host began ceremony intrduction
tion and it was a ceremony Everybodywas
was introduced t everybody else one at atime
time T forest where we were going t
hunt was an hours ride from Dresden andafter
after leaving the station wef walked aboutamile
tton wt abutamle
amile tto lodge where we were met bythe
the forest meter who is really a man ofimportance
importanceSeven
i Seven or eight subordinates of the forestsimilarly
meister were then produced and Intduc
similarly Then we set off for the forestnot
while the moister told us that we shouldnot
not fn accordance with the law shoot anyfawns
fawns or does nor any ben pheasants butonly
only the bucks of bares we could shootany
any and all Finally we came to a stop andwere
were in the forest that I they call it soThere
wr
There were rows upon rows of trees abouttwentyflvo
T wer upn
twentyflvo feet apart the lines being asstraight
straight as any orchard and the trees thetallest
tallest were not t exceed thirty feet mademe
me think of an overgrown tree nurseryThis
This forest was cut up into squares containing
taming about four acresbounded by broaddriveways
drivewaysThe
The melster then proceeded to stationthe
the men of the company along the sidesof
me cmpy
of this square at Intervals of 10 feet Aseach
each man wa placed the hat lifting beganagain
again each man as he was placed thankingthe
the meister for so advantageous a positionthe
the meister wishing each one especial success
cess Then the men stationed on eachside
side of a person had t be saluted In thee
same hat lifting complimentary mannerThis
This was followed by a short rest duringwhich
which sat down a folding
o st upon canechair
chair with which each was provided andsmoked
mke a long German pipe The bushbeaten
beaten numbering some thirty men thenmade
made their appearance but thank heaventhere
there 8 no introducing necessary withthem
them and the went up t one end of thesquare
square and with a rattle of wood In eachhand
hand began driving the game down beforethem
them I her a noise on one side of meraised
raised my gun but when I saw that it wana
a little deer didnt shoot Two more ofthe
the same size rushed by but I let themgo
go but I did bring down a brace or two ofpheasants
pheasants and a rabbitWhen
When the square had been cleanedout
out there was a pause while we took account
count of results My neighbor asked mewhy
why I did not shoot at the deer and then Ifound
found that what I had mistaken for fawnswere
were the famous roebuck of Germanysurprisingly
surprisingly smaller than our Americananimal
urrllnRly Amercnanl
hound animal They really looked like grey
In this manner square after squarewas
was hunted each man sitting In his chairor
or standing to shoot a he preferred Itwas
was not sport simply slaughter I is nosport
sport compared with our method of huntIng
lpr The party during the few hours ofthe
the hunt shot 43 deer 160 hares and s
than Ita pheasant and
thing more than1 phMU i
body went home satisfied and happy Ij
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