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i 2 THE TBEfItJ1 STJHc 1JU1iU DAY ft IrEBRUABY o oTBEfItJ1 i9i0 19100
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TIM Tbci TbeDuEhtr Daughter of ortbe the Secretary 8eer tar ef f ft Airlcnl Airlcnlture rtcal rtcalture
t ture Talk of Hodety In WaahlnKtea WaahlnKteat
> t t Itcr < e r Stage Ambition A UU Had a aIt sUorePraeues1ThauWmsa tlaHU tlaHUo tlaHUlrePracUelnusemaaunrale
o UorePraeues1ThauWmsait lrePracUelnusemaaunrale lrePracUelnusemaaunraleit
It fr unusual for aa interviewer to tokDzer meet meeii
I i alJ lng kDzer er r who whoJ IB not ensconced enaoon d in a a1uried per perfumed perrumedaprtment ¬
fumed rumedaprtment apartment gowned In a priceless pricelessnvatiaee prlool prloolII pdOCleaUtt
nvatiaee II i UMo bediamonded as to flngeis ftn ftnr aad aadttfth fl4r
r ttfth ith th atoy Wy lapdog la or other pet In attead atteadajycovjlaisa atdi atteadcqt
ajycovjlaisa i cqt it1ss li Flora Wilson has ono ef efthese ortheee oftfieie
these r s surroundings She is simple ala slncacVJLad alaond In Ind4nd
cacVJLad direct a good example of ofJfebhg ofE a ariIAmerioan
Jfebhg riIAmerioan E American woman who ban raanacd raanacdjijftireservo manacMr
jijftireservo Qp r servo her own Individuality Individualityvfihabaw Indhidualltyv
k vfihabaw v hebafl not decided where aha will make makeherdebut makrd maksrdbut
herdebut herdebutI rd but I II >
I may wait aha ahelAya aays until I go CObaok CObaoki back backto baokc
c to Paris P ris and make my first operatic operaticappearance opentloappearanoo operatloappearance
appearance there Not that I personally personallybellqye pe persoaaUr l1y l1yhould
r bellqye that I should find it any T TI more moreBKteeablo raoreateab1o
BKteeablo agte ab Ie but there th re is I no doubt that the thegwat thearatAmarican thsg1atAmeTican
I gwat aratAmarican American publio looks with nor norlntert mof moret
f lntert In t xft mt on singers In rs who come back with nUsr withthe withtlm
r the cachet of European approval approvalMigsi approTLIViloon
4 Migsi nf8 Wilson is I the daughter of orth the theHaerVtary th thHoreary
HaerVtary 8 c t4fY of Agriculture and much of ofher otk ofher
k her life 1Ifhaa Hf has been devoted to the exacting exactingduties euetlncdtlH
4 duties of a Washington hostess Her Hermother Herbebavlng Hernibriiaving
mother bebavlng having died she hewall was called upon uponat uponf uponat
f at an age when most girls find themselves themselvesIceaTroBj themHIMilr
IceaTroBj r fi rrom responsibilities J to act as head headotEer headot1i heedr
r otEer ot1i fathers r ther household and ehe speaks speaksofrtho lpeartotb speakeobo
ofrtho innumerable 1nun erable dinners and t tees as abe abahas abeJ aber
r has b conducted and attended In a tone tonehalf tonehalt tonebafthumoruar
J half bafthumoruar humorous half horror stricken strickenThe strickenr i
r The r fact that her father Is I an honest honestpolitician honeetPO
politician PO p UtiC Utl im Miss MI Wilson gives as a one on oni of ofthe ott oft1eTeaao
the t t1eTeaao reasons IUI for her starting out to make makeanirne makec makeah
c anirne abk1 ah for herself Another reason lies In InUTsft Int inUfathat
t UTsft t Ufathat 1 that she ha hu a voice which even eveninetjsohool eveDJI evenInezpohooI
JI inetjsohool 1f1ber ohool days cI was the envy and ad admiration admiratlon admirfttlon ¬
miration of her young companions companionssit
sit It was fUnot not a voice that ever changed changedrfeiriMts obanaedri ohanedro
rfeiriMts ri ro Its it original placing aays Miss MissWilson 111 111Wllaon MIeeWilson
Wilson 9t it was always a high soprano sopranoIcalled lIOptanoI sopranoaliedIt
Icalled I Uidlt it that when I first went to Paris Parisand P Pcul Parisapd
and could reach upper upperC C without die dlfBtiiljOTr diew1y
tiiljOTr r I did not know however until untilIiirfnt untilto unUlJrnt
Iiirfnt to study with Jean de 4 Resska Resskathat HealDif teeak teeaktbetrny
if that UsatmT m 7 real upper up er note was w three notes notesthat noteej
j bIoolfthat b ob tf that F which is I the famous
T TetkJitni raEJI1J I note notehe noteshe noteaerpri
aerpri she he touches on these preliminary prellmllW7i pre1hnlnsriath
Pfc i dayslh d yi 1 tilt French capital Miss Wilson WlIeot WiIot4ki1WashIngto
E talks t t4ki1WashIngto k cjf tWl Washington hlnKton where for eight of oftho ottho ofthe
tho best t years of my life as she absptes b en enprtwees e1ltcE8eSlt
prtwees tcE8eSlt it I was going from dinner to tocotillon totCIUlIo toco
cotillon co tiUoi from tea to tea tea0 Asked what whatgot whati whatic whatsIf
c sIf It got out of it Miss Wilson is I visibly visiblyrfil vilblyrlItlll visibIaHtiednd
aHtiednd rfil rlItlll sed and nd says eaythat that when she ahee gets back backWashington twlkItl backtWashlngton
Itl Washington > she be intends In nds to put the theme themerii same samecitation sametiU
citation rii tiU fi 1i > i i to her hertather father in the same I me words wordsTfcen wordsoberIy
Tfcen 1 soberly she says saysJJb saysa
JJblt JJb l a journey that ends nowhere nowherehair nowhebut nowhemi
i hair buMit it ltls is certainly pleasant on the way wayI y
I tm in not the th thkind kind of woman who could be becJfttMit becitr1t betto
cJfttMit tto < tb follow the dictates of society societyalt
alt JW life for you y never nevertoucb touch la that thaienvironment thateJiib9ntnent thatepfrbnthent
environment the th heart of things You Touhavent YouMv YouhEtr
havent Mv J The time or tho vitality both are areabsorbed arera
ra 1 absorbed b in the endless succession sucoeaaloDtriaeal of oftrifles oftrlss
trifles triflesWhen
to toWhen When you think it Itor over can n you men mention meotlan mention ¬
tion one woman who baa had a notable notableInfluence notabrt notableIflhience
t Influence on American politics I dont dontknpw doniR dontknpwof
R knpw knpwof of any anyduring during my m social experience experienceand exper1eaoet
L and an in history I only recall the theWODlaD theWODlaDwb Woman Womanwho woman womanwb
t who wb played such an important part in inAndrew InAl1dnrw inAndrew
Andrew Jacksons life lit and through ugh him himexerted himeart himexerttd
exerted < political authority and that ex experience e eperlen oxperieti ¬
perience Is so exceptional that it gains gainsImportance plnaImportance gainslinportauca
Importance from PIn its 1t isolation My own ownopinion ownopinion ownopinion
opinion ts that the American woman for foral toraI forall
al all her vaunted superiority to the women womenof woenofcter
f of ofcter ether countries is of absolute abeo1 nonIm nonImportance non1mportance nontmportanco ¬
portance when it comes to this thisphaM phase of oflife ofIIr oflire
life IIr this extremely Important Impo nt phase phasetfhyitta phaaeIVhT phaseThri1tsIdonotknow
tfhyitta IVhT Thri1tsIdonotknow Thri1tsIdonotknowbA It Is I do not know knowA
bA A remark i made by the wife of the theSpanish theSpanish
Spanish 8 Minister Is said to bare ha v9t precipi precipitated preclplI preolpitaLea ¬
tated I the theBpanlah Spanish war but I think the theAmerican theAmerican theAmerican
American women can chatter all they theywant theyv
v want t to at dinners cotillons 00 and teas and andnobody andnobody andp
p nobody will pay ay y any attention because becauseI
I i F I presume the publio at large knows that thattba thatthe thatL
L the American AtrJ rlC3n politician doea not entrust entrustimportant entrustL
L important 1 tnitat2t mP t rit political information to the tbswjjipsrtvjpf thevmr theynrip
wjjipsrtvjpf i phl3 his household houae ld any more than thanth tbatM
t th tM thEarage a mrage Jage business man talks over his hisfinancial hlafinancial hisfinancial
financial hopes and fears with his wife wifehelpin wireatttdauahter wifeamtdaughLer
atttdauahter atttdauahtert
> VB pa1I ajl al know how Important a factor factorthe tactorj factorthe
j the Englishwoman is IsJn in the thepol1tJoa1 political field fieldand fieldand el eland
and vT Iijrance n Irance > rance the women have played a agreat agrenfP agec
great grenfP gec part rt in all ll Governmental Oovemmenta affairs affairswhoever aJralnwhRlim affairswha
whoever wha form the Government has taken takeaEmifiit takenL
1 Emifiit Consulate nsul te Republic and prob probably probbly probbly ¬
bly SJways raye will But in Washington the
leanT Ilea or the political life in America AmericawonjknM AmertcawOITIMf tznerjc tznerjcwonLn
wonjknM wonLn whole duty consists In presiding presldlnSf
f at Bjdiriner table and In pouring tea in inKttbiring In9rgllllh in9rgiing
Kttbiring 9rgllllh ing crowncountry rides and in inVK
help VK it make a friends cotillon a success successa
It i4a i4aVB a charming way of spending time
but xbfuputsly t ut Jy < without significance slgnlfioanooIIhlngton
tUfililngton is a city peculiar to Itself Itselfcmltn Itselfpnd itselfgfltj
cmltn pnd h1 nwny ways absolutely all1 olutely unknown to
k r th i sople ople nf other places even to New Newcrjrs Newr Newjrre
crjrs < jrre r There is for example as you ou
knovFrtoo kno o opera lJ > there except whvt is
bousht In HO to speak from outside we e
luvtnot even an orchestra cf our own own1eoo
IlVinnt lpo 1eoo io e have no fads no cults unless you youtn
t tnJ tn i so denominate The dinner table tablepy ta le le3Y
lb3y py 3Y dont care eepecially for music ml18lo11Irao
11Irao to tha Ih th I1natte > atre whn a great at at1i I
trfltlon In 1i there or vhm h n fashion sets the thes thenf
s nf tltf IU approval but an a general thing
1 ilUmld say the theatre th tre bores people pe ple be beciiiXS becu beOII1
ciiiXS cu It means leaving ths thbanquetearIT thbanquetearITI th banquet early earlyi
i and and111t hit in Washington IB lelL a serious thing I
to cihtempUte c htempl < te I I
79 fi Whit Vhit House flousels is suggested euegeatklye
1 0 oI y ye s that stands for something It
t > I iiijfloubtedly 11IJ Iubtedlya a prestige to sing or play
t llprc 11 Il3r rc but there In I no established e + abUh d standard standardt I
t d ieellenoe f ell jc llenoo required whch whchisI 1 1111 I think thlnka thlnkagre a agre arrelfl
gre rrelfl pity Mrs Roosevelt was very fond fondP
P of i r4Iio jwio but her kindliness oward the thefmlalcWl thegmtiuR I
f imlMicun amateur resulted In a consider considerpblemount
i nbleAmount of very mediocre talent being
hind and consequently the seal of the
WhltfiHbuffu whiEp V I house approval meant very little littlefiltUtSEtt littlelffJI1l liLt liLtTIIpEfl
Hrle tieitie IJe Methods Replacing Guesses In InI Inhl
I I the hl Maine Wocult WocultBV WooaBiaoB WoodiRoon
BV BiaoB Roon OOB Me Feb 6 5Along Along with the thefaatJJIsappearlng thef8lltJl84ppearing thefamt2iisappearlng
faatJJIsappearlng cowboy co boy and the almost almostoxti alrnoetotl almoetaxtit
oxti axtit t Vankeo ankeo deep eep water r sailor an anothoc anothcrplcturesqu anothotpIcturesque
othoc othcrplcturesqu picturesque figure guro in InAmerican American life lifetho lifetho lifethe
tho Maine timber cruiser U rapidly pass passIngcModoni peasingtodern
IngcModoni methods of Bcieptlno tome forestry toreetry tometry ¬
try Rave tve gradually supplanted the guess guesswork au auworJor guessworIof
work worJor worIof of the oldtime old time explorer explorer1urPrlalQg1T surprisingly surprisinglyacciyrptoto surprisinglyaectptcas
f acciyrptoto acc4 Ptoas it often was wasTiSber wuTilQber wasTimber
Timber land owners today toda require requirenxacfj roiiulre6t requireEuLc4
nxacfj 6t and accurate details concerning concerningtheits concerningliej noornlncIhele
theits liej holdings The forestry expert expertmak oxpertmak expertinakj
mak inakj i it his business s to furnish them themF
F t id because of the scientific method methodsv
v hlcjj hl M he h employs in which nothing Is Ist IaIt Isit
It < t to individual judgment he is crowd crowdig crowdIg crowdI
ig I g t Iu o cruiser orulaerto to the wall wallTittnty wa1IImty wailImnty <
Tittnty years ago before the average averagewan averagetnaniought Ter Terman
wan tnaniought oiJKht > > a tract of timber land h hemployed helnpl he heernp1iy
employed elnpl yed d an explorer to make aa ex exHinlrntlon exumillition oxiunlrmtion
Hinlrntlon and report upon its it probabto probabtovftliiK probabvalll pmbabevslti4
vftliiK valll Individual judgment forrped fq ied tb tbuslitpf the
4 uslitpf calculations BlInging a blanket blanketoyorais blanketu
t oyorais u er ls t b ck ondas nnd AM onrsrhls shoulder
r the fimbor mbe cruiser orul would start out On a aboveial AloOveMI aioveMl
boveial days tramp during which he hecareglly hec4rfj hec
c careglly c4rfj Snynoted noted the size and amount of ofand
hlmI1lr and the difficulties which whlchJa whlchJaI whi lay
beten I n it and
some drivable stream or orrfiri orriver
rfiri rfiriw river <
Slnoe last May Ia the lUnesc IUne of Mrs 11 Taft Tafthas T Tafthzs tt ttbaa
has prevented any new departure d parture in the theentertainments theentertainments theentertathmente
entertainments there therewhlok wblok are now nowpresided nowpresided nowuresided
presided over by the Presidents sister sisterPresident alaterPrealdent sisterPresident
President Taft himself is I I understand understandvery underatandryroadfrmWilcand
very ryroadfrmWilcand fond of music and th the other day Jchn JchnMoComaok JchnMoCorBaAok JvbnMocormack
MoComaok the Irish tenor of the Man Manhattan Manha Manbatten ¬
batten ha taa was 11 invited to dine at the White
House HouseThe HouseThe
HoUAOThe The most deUghtful J musicals I ever evert at ¬
tended at th the White House Ho were those thosegiven tho thocTen thosegiven
given during President McKinleys ad administration admhdstratlcn ¬
ministration He U was passionately paIOJ1 l7fond l7fondof fond fondof fondof
of music and It was an established custom customthat auatomthat outomthat
that every Sunday night we should inert m
in the thel1nroom green room for torvooslorllUltrumeDtal torvooslorllUltrumeDtallI1uaJO forvocal voonl or instrumental instrumentalmuslo instrumentalmualo
muslo aa the case might be beWluaUT usually some someone aomeone someone
one of reputation being invited to con ¬
tribute But nt whatever the attraction attnetl
the evening e 1nK always ended en by our rising risingandstaglag risingandsIitn
andstaglag hymns hym for the President was wasvery waeTeIT wasve7
very religious re IOua and U 1 wa WU really very Y sweet sweetand I Iand sweatnd
and nd homelike and andunusuat uausual
I Idon dont believe that any of us who whowere whoterguata
were nueata gu s on those delightful occasions
but t u remesber3th m tn with ith delight I lam lamlure am amsura amsure
lure I do They n were W80t not fashionable
successful dlbut d bu at A Covent Garden aftt afttMarcelle idMarceUe d dMarceflo
Marcelle made her d debut but la Paris an anreceived and anrlreceived andtecelvod <
received very favorable notice HM HMmethod Hiemethod Hismethod
method is called the barking metHod for forobvious forobvloWi forobvious
obvious retoas retoasIsang rououI rsasnaaIsangthe
aIsangthe Isang I MIl the famousaria r ou aria from LaTravl LaTravlat vi viata
at aLa for M de Rsszke when hen I went to have havemy haTe1PY havetY
my voice tried 1 have sung the part o oslta or ofElsa
Elsa 4 In Lohengrin but my voice Tlc91a is not notadapted nots4apted notadapted
adapted to the t e exigencies e ftciMOr of German Germanopra ciarmanopera
opera and I am not going to make the mis mistake latatake mistake ¬
take ao maay m tlng lneencommlt rs commit ot forcing forcingit
it and destroying or Impairing I t t1ctheTery t1ctheTeryquaJftlee theTery theTeryqualiuea they ry ryqualitlee
qualiuea that 1 believe should be most mostoaretuUyjpreesrved motOareIuli meshoaratully
oaretuUyjpreesrved oaretuUyjpreesrvedMi OareIuli preeervd preeervdM1 tIMM tIMMHiM
HiM Mi Wilson n made her concert debut dbutlast cUbutl debutlait
last t spring at the Plaza Hotel She Rh has hasjust b bjuat hsslust
just returned after a concert tour which whichhas whichhu whichhas
has taken h her r a 14 far west t ss Utah making
la all al nearly nw1yforty forty appearances appearancesI
I appreciate the fact that my father fatherreputation fatb i ir a areputation
reputation r utatloa has been of great roat nsatsUnoe nsatsUnoeto aasistsaotom
to tom 8 abe shesaysinapmsdngotbetour shesaysinapmsdngotbetoursWbn e says NY8111 in spsaklng rat of otber her tour tourWhn tourWhen
When you ou get out in n the neighborhood aslgfaborhoocof
of plaoes 1aoNU iaoee ms Uk Cheyadae Chey you u would to toamased bitamued haamued
amued to discover dieoonrtl1at that the names oi oigreat of ofcreca ofgreet
great creca operatic stars mean very little
fUncUons they denoted den ted BO special musical musicalexcellence musicaloelleuM musicsenoellence
excellence but they th represented a phase phaseof pha phaof e eor
of intimacy fn me7 that la I surely passing away AWA AWAror
for all 11 the time WastUngtongets WaalUnCt n gets bigger biggerand blnerand biggerend
and life more eomplex the therelatlo relationship lhlp
between t tie Chief Magistrate and the thesocial thepooial theaI
social aI world is I more hedged about with withconventions withooaventltone withconventions
conventions and it must come in tlm tlmthat tlltI Ui Uithat
that all the delightful informality Intonna1l that thathas Ihae thatha
has ha existed In lathe the past will cease because becauseInformality be auaeIDfotmaUtr becauseintormaUty
Informality argues Intimacy and then thenU
U 1 no time for intimacies there thereAft thereAfter thereAfter
Aft After r I had graduated from the Chi Chicago Chicaco chieago ¬
cago Conservatory I taanaged when hen th thseason the theon theseason
season was 11 ovtor cmrln in Washington and oc occasionally 00culonally cccasionally ¬
casionally during the busy tiroo there to tosteal tosteal toutel4w57
steal utel4w57 away to New York and study with withIsidore wtthletdfr withIsIdre
Isidore lAickstone and when hen I went ent to toPans toPanalIlte toParis
Pans PanalIlte like the majority of American girlwendlrecUy girls girlsI Rirlsr Rirlsren
I wentdirectly en re JtiT to Mme Marcheal I found foundMme t founlzne una uname
Mme me Marches an old woman 1 believe believeshe believeII
she sh is M fInow now somewhat crabbed and andpatroniring andpatronJlnlr andpatroniring
patroniring My experience was w how however bo boever however ¬
ever not so Impossible aa I had hadbeen been led ledto ledto ledto
to suppose < it would be beOfcourse beof beot
Ofcourse of course she received theanswer to toher toher toher
her q qaeetlon estlon as to what sort of voice I Ihad Jhad Ibad
had with uplifted eyebrows and informed informedme Int Informedmethat med medl1U11hat <
me l1U11hat That Instead of the high C I announced announcedas
as my top note she would perfectly bepertoctlysatisfied b be Lpert perfectlysatisfied CtI CtIaaUsned
satisfied if I reached B flat When I did didreach dlitrch didreach
reach It easily she complimented ice re refused rofUaed so1ut ¬
fused to receive the S 5 which is the usual usualfee UlluaJfee usualtee
fee for the testing of the voice and andhoped andhoped andhoped
hoped that I would come back to her for farhietructlon forinstruction
Instruction InstructionBut hietructlonBut
But I did not I went to several other otherteachers othert otherteachers
teachers t Julian Jul and Goons of ofth the Ope O OComl Opera Operaomiquo > a aQomlque
Qomlque Coml ue among smon the re rest t and finally finallyended ft finallyended aUyen4rJ
ended en4rJ at a the school Ie 001 of Jean do Rosalie Roszkewho Hkewho Rosaliewho
who proved himself a conscientious conscientiousteacher conaclentlousI conaciepfiousteacher
I teacher and friend Of course all Trench Trenchteachers rnth rnthteachers h hI
I teachers are credited with caring only onl onlI
for the American dollar but I have found foundthe founatb foundthe
I the tb contrary to be the case For Instance InstanceM
M do Re Reaike zke frequently refuses M to take takea
a singer aln er in whom he sees no promise I Iunderstand Iunderstand
i understand that be would not teach the theCountess theCOunteaa theCountess
Countess Caasini who ho Is I reported to tx txgoine bfgoing begoing >
going Into grand d opera to sing Louiw for forEeiUd forbedid
ih EeiUd 11Id not believe that she could ever evergain evergain
gain distinction with her voice an opinion opinionconcurred opInionconcurred
concurred in by those e who ho heard her iu iuthe 111I inthe
I the days when she was among the diplo dlplomatlo dlpomatlo diplomatic ¬
matlo party In Washington WashingtonOver WashingtonOver
Over here I have heard teachers say saythat ea saythat
that De Rosalie has hunot not as a yet launched launchedany i iI
I any great singer en the world That is istrue I Itrue
true but his school has not been estab established stablIahed estabIlahed ¬
lished very long and great voices are not notfound nott notfound
found frequently t uent1T or developed without withoutmany withoutmany tho ut utmany
many many years of hard work One Oneof ODeof Oneof
of his scholars Mrs Stevens wife Ile of ofmlnllterln a aminister aminister
minister mlnllterln in the midWest mld W eat baa made a aAlthough altltouathyenrs aAlthough
Although ltltouathyenrs years of experience often oftenmode ort oftenmade n nmad
mode these men wonderfully accurate accurateIn acouratInthelr
In Inthelr their judgments It was 11 a acue guesswork guessworkprocess arorkproce guessworkprocess
process a and from an explorers report reportIt
It was w practically Impossible Im ble to figure figurethe tllJlCIthe figurethe
the actual amount of lumber to be out outwith outWftJi outwitl
with anything like the present soon aooura07 soonrscy accuracy ¬
racy Scientific forestry rorestryhu has been tic IIIed IIIedin usedin d din
in the Maine woods comparatively oomparatveytewyeara few fewyears fewyears
years but the work today gives employ employment employm employmont ¬
mont m nt to hundreds of men and Is fast fastgrowing tastcrolnlr featgrcIng
growing In value and Importance Prac Practically PraoUcally PracUcally ¬
Ucally all of the largeUmber land owners ownersemploy OW11ersemplOT ownersemploy
employ forestry experts to a greater or
less I extent extentPerhaps extentPerbape extentPerhaps
Perhaps the methods of modern for forestry torest forestry ¬
estry est as practised In Maine can best
be shown by taking the case ofthe of the In ¬
dividual owner of oteay say a single township townshipwhich tQwuhlpwhlob townshipwhich
which measures approximately approx ri tely 22000 33000acres 22000Ores 22000acres
acres A forestry expert ex t is called dJn in and andasked andI andasked i
asked for detailed Information
I The actual acreage acr U I carefully com computed oomputed cornputed ¬
puted an estimate of all allidoo kinds of timber timbergrowing timbergromng timbergrowing
growing upon n the land Is lamado made and a atopographiusI
topographical map is prepared showing
the roods trails streams and elevation elevationotth elovatJonat
otth at the theland i land Jh The various types of Umber Umberare
are photographed and all the conditions conditionsrelating oon oondltionaminting ltlona ltlonarelating
relating to the driving driv1n of logs p are ar care careI ¬
fully tu lIy gone Into The township U divided
I Into mile blocks and an estimate of the theamount theamount theamount
amount and kinds of timber in each ea h h sec ¬
tion tionja ja made madeThe1 madeThe madeTh
The Th work of the forestry rorestryexpert expert on a asingle aalngla asIngle
single township ordinarily takes t two twocrews tocrews twocrews
crews of four surveyors urT on each forty fortyodd
odd days to finish In addition to tQthe the
orreyorB rs cooks and > woodsmen wuoenL BTV 18I
At one oneWeetcmI Western town where Oadeid was
billed to slag the advance sale eel was 11 only onlyt
110 o t and ct another operaUo o o starSembVich starSembVichI star Seinicb SeinicbI
I think t Jr had to cancel eaOfIlher her engagement eD
for there was w not enough patronage plJtroWlletomako to tomako tosnake
mako it profitable proftt ble
But very 1 one on seemed d to have heard heanlor of
Secretary Wilson and displayed great
Interest mmy in my work People apparently
fet a personal regard ard I especially eI e1lyea ea
Joyed singing in the old tabernacles which whichthe
the Mormons built as far back as 188
The acoustics are perfect but the cli climate climate oilmate ¬
mate U hard on the voice voaaeThe The altitude
Is very high and you have a continual oon t1ua1
ringing in tbeerlllO the ear ars so sothat that itfroquenUy
happens that a singer will get off o the key
and stay off absolutely abeolu ly 1 unable to overr overrcome OYe OYecome overrcomethat
come comethat that difficulty
My special fad is I the protection of the thevocal theTocal theocI
vocal cords by bytmlans means of ollpeolal special educa education educeLion ¬
Lion which should be directed to that thatend thatend
end This is the subject lubJ I spoke on be ¬ I Itore
fore several asveralclubJin clubs in the theWeat West
To me the nasal twang tWll1ltor of the average ver p
American voiooIs volQO e positively atrocious atrodoueand
and nd there is no reason In the world for it itexcept ItISXceJ Itexcept
except that children arenot are not taught where whereto
to place the tones ten French children childrenare
are taught this just as soon as they are areold areold
old enough to speak at all
You are taught in America where
to toaooent accent a word how to create a vocal vocaleffect vocaletlect vocalaffect
effect but that the thevolce voice should come
from a certain place thechest the chest or head headas
as a the case may be beno no and If you go 0
into a class cia room to address ss the children childrenon ch dten dtenon
on th the subject the th probabilities are that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you wil wilt Ur mid ateacher 4 teacher whose own voice
Is I wrongly placed Our voices are a areproach areproah aeprcacb
reproach to a civilized cultivated people peopleand peopleand
and there is no excuse for It
Eliminating < every other consideration considerationthe conld ratlon
the effect elleeton on health alone Is I important importantenough Imporuntenoucb Importantenough
enough to make this hi subject or paramount para parsmount ra ramount ¬
mount interest Since I commenced oomm to toulk totalk totalk
talk about it hi 1r publio I I have had scores scoresof coresotletters
of otletters letters from physicians phl compliment ¬
ing rae meon on my pioneering and saying rlnl that thatthe
the thegeoerat general health is f greatly affected afteotedby by
the condition of the vocal cords Natu Naturalists Natura11tay Naturalieta ¬
ralists ra11tay say that the long lives of the par parrot parrot parrot ¬
rot and the tb elephant are duo duot to something somethingof ll methlnof
of this kind a certain care > taken or use usemade usemade
made of this equipment equipmentI
I am an ardent woman suffragist suffragistof utIradstofoOulH
of ofoOulH course but I am Inclined to think
that thatthere there are many other subjects just justasimportant jUlltas
Important as as a getting the vote and I
think Ullnka a great deal of good soodcan can be ac accomplished aooompliabedlf sooompllahed ¬
complished if some prominent woman womanwill womanwill womanwill
will take up this work of training the thevoice thevoice1 thevoice
voice voice1 with the publio schools as a fair
field for or her endeavor endeavorneoesaary endeavorneoell7 endeevorneoeasary
neoesaary so ItOtbat that the entire crew orew usually
numbers about fifteen men m n
Th The parties are largely made up of ofstudents ofsudenta
students fuden from New Haven Orono and andother andother andother
other forestry adabelwho schools who or aN eager Mgerfor Mgerforpractical eagerforpractIcal for forpractical
practical ex xp zperleno riene la I woods lire nfend and
forestry Ioree work The Thec outdoor or life is
healthy and pleasant and with Ith fishing fishingand
and work and swimming and mot worx
the theumlD summer rustLIllylIpe usually sups away all a1rapldl too toorapidly oo oorapidly
rapidly rapidlyCAttPET rapldlCARPEt rapidlyCAItIET
New Style Dirt Extractors Being BelnSStioChlrS BelnSStio e1nghennCklefly Shew a aChiefly
Chiefly by II Negro NlsrOWoaam NlsrOWoaamMDyplioeela Women WomenMany WomenMany
Many MDyplioeela places in town now have on ex exhjbltlon exIflbUlon enkIbIion
hjbltlon in the windows different styles stylesof
of the vacuum or pneumatlo cleaner cleanerIt
It Is the custom to tack taokjwn down a piece of ofcarpet otcarpet ofcarpet
carpet or rug over which the operator operatorcarefully operalorcetefuil
carefully oaetu sprinkles white und md until the thefabrio therabrlo thefabric
fabric u l loovered I covered Then the theoleaner cleaner is ishooked Ishooker1up I Ihooked
hooked hooker1up up to the power poertank tank and the thecleaner theoleaner thecleaner
cleaner is run over the rug or or carpet carpetThe carpetThe carpetThe
The sand Is I sucked tluckedup up rapidly into iatothe latothe intothe
the cleaning cleaninatube tube through tbrouhthe the wide lip I
that touches the cloth cl th The TheoperatQr TheoperatQrkees operator operatorkeeps operatorkeeps
keeps at it until the whole thing la cleaned cleanedoff
off thea th opens up the can into which
the thotsand sand hu ha been beendrawn > drawn off and dumps
it all put out again This fblalt is 1 kept up ap ¬
parently paren a A6 long as the operator has hasstrength 1IaItr hasItretth
strength Itr to do It ItThis 1 1Th ItThis
This Th form r rm of t work furnishes tumlshesocculia occupa ¬
tion chiefly for young negro men and andwomen edwomenlthoushoBe andwomen
women womenlthoushoBe although one or ortwo two places have havewhits havewhltewomtm
wJlltCIrO whits a418 irom who 1fhOdo the cft8
JE E IS S IN FAVOR OF 0 IT ITBat ire ireBat JTHut
Bat 0 atjirn tta CUvalry C aIQ Step IIIort Short at1Iiif atApIfligesl at atAmiijtBg
ApIfligesl AmiijtBg 1Iiif Eqaal 1 lUgm IU lg4t tatae te tCtbfrsp tCtbfrspM1KemIeIeNes tlt Strap StrapBasfter traptal8efttOM
Basfter M1KemIeIeNes ptefBtftUemeei tal8efttOM or Mair Ir a aCentery aCeft aCenIry
Centery Ceft ar War Journalism IirM aa aJNIw aJNIwV1rI end Law LawVirginia LawVirginIajt
Virginia V1rI and New Ydrk Y6rbr rl Confederate ConfederateGeakrol ConfederateGeB ConfederateGeabral
Geakrol GeB ad Justice of the Supreme i Court Courtin CourtIn urt urtin
in New w York JpurnalUt J9 1r irnI1st lat and an foreign Minis Ministar Miniter Ministar
tar soldier Idler sab ttetaataan duellist sad aadJurirtt adjUlII1 sadjurkib
Jurirtt > a paaa of parti arts mirtly 2rer tf la Roger I A AFryer APryrau APryDrafld
Fryer Pryrau and nearly eightytwo years In the theplaying theplaybali theplaying
playing of them themAt tbeisAt c cAt
At hi hcaut h just off olltCentral Central Park West WestIn
In Slatynlath th street you ae l ek k an Inter Interview Interview Interview ¬
view with wltha a man who th hoaa o hsji witnessed MIId and andparticipated andpartl91patedln andparticipated
participated in the making of the history historyof
of a nation aatl a and a n4 a metropolis You wait waitin WAitlathe wattIn
in lathe the drawing drawqroom room la intli tkecompaay omp87 of a abeautiful abeauUM abeautlul
beautiful lady 1adythe the portrait of a young younggirl yOunartr11e1ated youngglrtpsInted
girl rtr11e1ated painted in n the 40a nthe < r the 608 Of Ofcourse pteoune Ofoourse
course there are other pictures and por portraits portrdt parstraits
traits but the UI lovely antebellum belle Is Isdominant
dominant dominantin d ln1i i
in a the e Ub library oa o the th third floor the COD geaUeinaafwho CODtlornawho Lent1ornanwho
Ueinaafwho receives you standing st adlng by his hisarmchair hi hisarmchair I Ici
armchair ci Jr11 In cs front at of the open fire la tall talland taUand talland
and atrI straight < bt nrlhl and his = he head d Is i held eld high Aremrlcable 1remarkable A Aremarkable
remarkable head it Itis 1 Ia a firm chin and der dercUive de decuiQ dOciahre
cUive mouth ni mqttth th revealed by be clean an shaving halnra halnraproml a aprominent apromfnon
proml prominent cnt nose n ae and eye whose ability abilityto ablUtytoftalih
to toftalih flash fire boa not been beenveakenod weakened by four fourscore touraeon fourscore
score aeon years It is 1 a face of strength strengthBrushed strengthBrushed tr itgth itgthBruehed
Brushed away awav from the forehead f and fall falling rallIne failing ¬
ing nearly to thti ill thashouldera shoulders a heavy b y growth growthof
of hair halracarcoly scarcely thinnod or silvered d by byUtne bytime bytime
time seems almost aiinoetaburrnculous JnUurmftuloiis Inlunn woue in these thesedays theseciA thesedays
days ciA of premature biU blldrlss < Ir < iss Roger RoserPryor A APryor APryor
Pryor wears w his age S lightly lightlyWith 1lghUyWith lightlyWith
With the opurtlk opurtl1aea > tfIII s of manner for forwhich torwhIch forwhich
which the Southern gentleman of the old oldschool oldIOhool oldschool
school baa long been famed tur ho Invitee Inviteeyou Inviteeyou Invitesyou
you to a seat It is a couttilnecs which whichwaa whlohneverknown whichwuneverknown
waa neverknown never known to fall him In the years yearsof
of his hi public service < and which Is never neverabsent neverabient neverabsent
absent from orn his most casual conversation conversationt
It t raises the hearer burertO to a princely rank >
You want ant to totaJk talk to me about new York Yorkaad Yorkand Yorkand
and its ltacbncee changes Why I havent the pre presumption preeu progumption ¬
gumption eu pUon he says whimsically whlmll IT I have haveIved haveUTed havelived
lived in New York only fortyfour yean yeanBut y yBut yearsUt
But Ut be continues 1 have a partiality partialityor
for or your sex me t a strong partiality Ill have havea haveto
to a admit and when a young woman asks asksme unme asksme
me to talk how can I I refuse refuseSlnca reluae8I returnerSinoe
Slnca 8I c you admire womanaa womaneo woman so much muchyou muchy mucbyod
you begin Y9U must sympathies mpt with t her herefforts herdon herefforts
efforts don for the te vote voteOf TOt voteOf
Of course of oour course he agree Im Imn ImIn 1min
o ag
In n favor of olsutrrs suffrage I have been hn from trm the thebeginning tbebeanalnr thebeglnaing
beginning beginningWhats beanalnr beanalnrWt
Whats Wt this thlSU Suffrage I must mu listen listento 1 listenIOthIs
IOthIs to this thl and in walks Jm an alert aler lady laT whom whomno homn
no n imagination Imantlon Is needed need to identify Iden fT with withthe Wi Withe withthe
the antebellum aatbeUu belle ble of the portrait pt down downstairs downers downstairs ¬
stairs ers ba 1 the to drawing dwtnc room rm The Te years yearslave ye yearshave
hv have lave touched tce Mrs r Pryor Pr Pry r lightly laty as they theyhave theyhy theyhave
hy have her husband husbandThe IUbd IUbdThe husbandThe
The General onellook looks a little Utt8 guilty guiltyYes r1y r1yYe guiltyUTee
Yes Ye he Is I a suffragist etragt but I can toll tollrou tel tellyou
y you rou why 111 he Is says al Mrs lIr Pryor Por It I is isbecause Isbue I Ibecause
bue because we W can c never neer tako the same sameside e sameaide
side ade of a question that tht would be b too t un unntere unln UnInteresting
ln Interesting ntere ting n So S wh whoa 1e ti the te suffrage Irrr ques quesjon questlo quceticu
jon tlo came c up the te Judge Judg hurried hue to take takethe te tethe takethe
the affirmative anrlve aide ade What 1t was w left Jef for forme torm fora
me m to do but be b an antl antU And that tt is isust t isjust
jua just ust what he 1 h ° was working w rll for forIsnt fort forUlsnt
Isnt t ItT It1 she demands demand turning t to her herlueband berhubd herhusband
husband hubd hubdTe husbandThe luebandThe
The Te Judge Jud smiles smilesIm eU smileslm
Im 11 aotsure 1otl but ut that thatI I may ry ay disappoint disappointhim dsppint dsppinthim
him aftor rraU > U she continues aU Ue Imnot Imnotsure 1rn not notl notsure
sure l but thatlm ttm onthe o 8 fence fec this t Ip ntinztThre minute minuteThere tute tutehow
There eee how startled he I looks lou If Iferf I ILs ILseasy
> erf ectlv easy to t see e through t him hlwWhy k himWhy
P Why Wy aaya the te Judge ad turning tmC to t you youdont youdont OU OUdont
dont you yu iriteryjew Int ray wife wr She Is lanflaitoly IshifltlT Isirdinitely
ghe nflaitoly hifltlT atora for InteresUag r tlBS than thanI I am amghe a am8be
gheNo 8
No stop ap na right t th there re she Intercepts InterceptsI Intpt
UI I never n vet could submit lub tto to aa Interview IntervieweVen Intrew Intreweven Intervieweeq
eVen eeq though I ImUit must come me In to see that thatyou thatyou
you 10ud do u it properly properlTOver Over sixty esT years yearsago y yearssgu
ago she says II to you I undertook uadek the theduty thedut theduty
duty as dut it ItB of taking tklns care c of him 1Ii He Je needed neededit oed oedIt
Busy B Bu yasMre as uMra Mrs Sara SarsA A Pryor may m7 have havebeen havebn havebeen
been bn with Wth wlththie this tll especial espal SAFor care c It Ith baa not notkept aotkepi notkepi
kepi her er from trm living Jvlna on onotte oneot < Tofthe tTe fullest fullestllvea rulest rulestUve fullestlives
lives Uve of otv varied v rledltre eli Interests aid ad undertakings undertakingsof unrnp unrnpor
of any ay wmetth woman of efthIs this continent Her Herbook Berbk Herbook
bk book My 1y DaTn Day Remlniscencee lnDc of ota a Long LongUfe LongLleP ng ngLfe
Lfe LleP Ufe published blee1 last autumn atu by the theMftcmlllon theMn theMilomilIan
Mftcmlllon Mn oanapany am is i crowded ee wit withenough with withenough
enough Incident baade relating rellatlefl fa o hereelf and andher andher d dber
her enoua huebaad kur to t fill mloomt lt comfortably fLly a score scoreof ae aeot acesoflireg
of oflireg ofliregShe liven livenShe 1
She She warn a heroine hel e of the civil cvl war w ware fol folowiag rollowtaa tolowing
lowing her he husband hubd to battle btl u a purse pursen pu puI pussIn
I In n New York Y rk even ee In days of poverty povertyahe
pey peyee
she ee has b always lwa been known DOw aa a leader teaderof reer reerot
of charitable ctbl enterprises enterprisesShe entr
She give you 10 some m tea t to drink drt k while whilethe WUe WUethe whIlethe
the exJustice exuootnue cv oonUnuea his remarks rrl on onsuffrage onaUrraC onsuffrage
suffrage aUrraC she l sits I apparently apprenty acquiescent acquiescenttut aouleecent aouleecentbther
bther but tut her eyes twinkle twinkleWoman tlnkleomanlhold twinkleVoman
Woman omanlhold y should have ve the vote says sayshe ly saysthe
the Judge Jna She Se baa b a common omon interest interesta Intrest IntrestIia
Iia in a th tlIf > public p bUo welfare elari she has b the th ability abilityo abnt
to o discern dl for herself ho then the if she has 1 the theaoliaatibn theinollsatlon
har a te teIQotation
aoliaatibn IQotation to t make mke use t of that tt common commonnterest cmmon cmmonIntert commonInterest
and discernment and votesbe
Interest Intert ad dlmetand to vote voteshe votesue
she should aoud be b allowed lonid to t do do so soExperience soEperence 0 0Epec
Experience speaks p In favor of suffrage suffragewas eutrsg eurageI
1 was Epec much m ch interested Intrested and pleased pJ to toiaar tohe tohear
he hear iaar what wht the te Governor Geror of Colorado Coloradorecently Clor Coloradorecently
recently rntl1 had d to My ey of its 1 ta practice pro and andresult andrwt andrp1trn
result rwt in his hi hi State Btt In I New Z Zealandalso Zealand Zealandalso
also the t wife fe of a Chief Chie Justice JUtiO reports reportshe repor
a the results ru1tot of the t th moment momenar are extremely extremelysatisfactory extre extremelyaatiIfactol7
satisfactory atwttory Women Wome should take tke part parta partIn
In a public publo affairs There Is no reason reasonagainst rn rnln reasonagainst p
against ln It ItBut ItBt itflt
But Bt you 101 say Uf I thought thoUbtthe the Southern Southerntraditions Suther SoutherntradiUons
traditions tdltlo shuddered shudder at the te Idea Ide of ofWomans 01WOma ofomana
Womans WOma leaving l tho shelter heltr of home to tomingle t tozntngle
mingle mlte In I publio pbUo life lifeIf Ue UeI lifeIf
If I a awom woman has habity ability shed hd de deeerve deeerverecognItion oervee oerveerecognition
recognition If I she be wants want It says the theFudge theJudp theJudge
Fudge I must mlt admit ait that tt I cannot ot help helpshuddering help helpshudderi4
shuddering hudda at the thought of soap ep box boxspeeches bx bxphe boxspeecbes
speeches phe but timee tl are changing changingTwo oholg oholgo changingTWO
Two o of the t most mOt distinguished diatlncuhe young youagpersona you youngpersona
persona praoin In the te South Suth todayare toy a women womenDne woe womenOne
One Oe la Ellen Ee Glasgow Olgo a kinswoman ako one onea oe oeIa oneIs
Ia a Mary Ul7 Johnston Johtn a 1 friend tred They The are aresrilllant arebrilliant re rebrt
srilllant brt young yoq women There are ar so somany som somany
many m brilliant blit women They The rank rkahe ahead aheadn
In n writing wtl and d if r they theyonoompet can compete in inthe Intl inth
the tl th profession ptIo they tey must get credit We Wemen WemeomUllt Wemen
men meomUllt niust get used u to It ItYet It itYet
Yet the eXJuatloe exuto Is not aa A equal equalrighta ebl eblrht eqirights
rights rht man m clear J through th uah His HI innate innatechivalry huat innatechivalry
chivalry ohlT1 will I not permit prit It It He InalsU InalsUon Mt
on orlnlnc retaining his h hi sense ln of obligation to tothe tote tothe
the te weaker sex sexIve lX lXIvelot sexIve
Ive Ivelot lost track trk of the straphangers straphangershe Itrap
he Is I caught eUht saying Yina a little lttle later lt Mciont Mciontdare 1 dnt dntcare t td
dare d venture Yt Into It a oar o any ay more moreDont moreD moreDont
Dont D t dare 1ourept you repeat in surprise surpriseNo usjr usjrNo
No be admits alt When Wen I IUrr get on o a aoar ao acar
oar o it to 11 so likely lklT to tbe be crowded cwd crowdedthen and andhen
hen the some lady 1ITrlbIT Invariably Insists wlte on my mytaking m7ts mytaking a
taking ts heet her seat It I Is I Intolerable I have havea bYe
to a accept aopt it to keep kep from frm Wounding oundlnihor oundlnihortHUnp her herfeelings herfee1Ins
feelings So S I Ill walk wal rather rA ert than vetw ventzrthe venture venturethe
the te risk riskSo rk rkS r1kSo
So S much muQfo for a I chivalrous ohlvarou Southerners Southernersconsistency Su Southernersconsistanoy eM
consistency oont on o equal ul r rightsWhen rights rightsWhen ht
When Wen the Cvo divorce vorc problem Jrblem la men mentioned me menUond ¬
tioned ton he shakes aha bis b hi head he sadly eT
I cannot cno see a where the tevil evil la going
to bring brg us u he says yaWe When ybuooo ybuooosider ybtdensidet cc
sider tttat out OIot outof ofevery ery te ti c
el ey la
cv cvGEN
there ther Is a diveroe dlyw and ad the te ratio rto growing growingtis growingitlsterrlbleltlsterijbisi wot
It itlsterrlbleltlsterijbisi itlsterrlbleltlsterijbisiExJustioa tis I terrible tbl6 it la I terrible terribleEs tblel tblelExJ
Es ExJ ExJustioa Justice t Prycrs = opinion on oD tax taxmethods J laCnetbod z zmetho
r pmO
methods metho la securing Irins divorce dlTora are and andalways an sadalways
always have ha been decidedly hi h his own ownI
alwy ceodeY pn
I think tn that In the beginning bglns I very v vdeftlT verydefinitely
definitely deftlT estAblished etlee my portion In Inegard inrep Inregard
regard to sealing Blng papers pap in divorce dlvo cases caseshe C caseshe
rep he says ea Several Svr year ago a divorce divorceoaae dvor divorce0ae
y 1
oaae was wut Wa to b be tried ted before bor me In 1 which whichlitigants whch whchtt whichthe
tt the litigants Itl t were wealthy wety and d prominent prominentn pro aent aentla
la n their tr own circle crle The Te day d arrived ate ateh0 the thetour thebo1x
h0 bo1x tour of trial t and ad some em reporters reportersTho reporterThe
The T lawyers lawere seemed ae rpre ill 1 at ease e At Atvngth At AtIns Atlength
length Ins they came Cme to tQma ins and ad Bald d Your Your3onor Youronor YourHonor
Honor onor there are reporter rpor present prnt I Iknew tIt Iit
knew It and told tld the te lawyers I ao e also a that thatproceedings tt ttpn thatpooeed1nge
proceedings In my oourt ouWI oourtwere were public publioThey pblc pblcATey publicThey
pn ATey They became be manifestly mfeUy more u uneasysad uneasy uneasyand
and ad after atr some puttingof puttlOof beads he together togetherhey tocthe togethethey
hey th moved mve to t have the case c discon discontinued dan dantlnue discontinned ¬
tinned tlnue I knew ke exactly euT what wbt that t meant meantand met metad meantabd
and ad what whatte the trouble tble was w My M services serviceswere lr0 serviceswere
were e no more mo in demand dam for t rdyor dlyoroe dlyoroelearings dlyoroehearings
hearings after that day My stand was wasmown w wkwn wasknown
hng kwn known knownAnd mown mownAnd atr tt dy Bt
And Ad I want to say 1 he continues continueswarmly oontau oontauwalT continueswarmly I
warmly walT that that It is shameful aetul to try tft to con conceal CU CUo conoal ¬
ceal o any legal lei proceeding I greatly de deIore de doploe
ploe > Iore the te recent pt cent pr tendency tdeno in the g e opposite oppositedirection oppt oppositedirection
direction don pore A court oou of justice with wtt all 1 It Itmpliee ItImple ItImplies
Implies Imple is an open OpD public publo Institution Institutionmustbe lrUtutlo Inititutlonraustbeao
mustbe ruab raustbeaoThe ao aoThe 8
The Te exJustices exuee exJustleeaeyesarp y e are ub beginning to torecall t torqosli
recall rl the fire A eater eter of tee Ue old days cy the theyoung theyoung I Ig
young g associate ate6t editor of Ot the theton Washing Washingon
t ton on Union Uni the teoPt capitals leading le C Jm Democc Demo Dempcrtio 9
crtio cc newspaper who whoused o u u d a very T bad Wwoa badword badword
word woa and DeJ threw tfew up u his hpton position upon uponbeing up uponbeing
badT being advised tt to think twice twic before beforegiving hm hmclnc beforegiving
giving clnc up a large I salary a when wl told tld to todisavow todvow todisavow
disavow dvow a certain cn strong a article l le upon uponFurther upOpfurther
tue Further consideration oondton the t young rOuC upJ Con ConFederate Cn Confederate
ferat Federate BrigadierGeneral Bripere who wl0 resigned resignedlie rged rgedh
lie h commission oomaon and a reenlisted as a private privateaeoauao pt privatebecause
bUI because aeoauao of what wht he considered onder unfair unfairtreatment ua Unfatetreatment
treatment ttnt at the te hands hd of the President Presidentof Pd
of the t Confederacy ConfederacyBut aetrae
But B the th telephone tlphon on the te table tble at his hisaide b hisside
aide ade rings rnp and d the fire f eating QI look die disappear d die1Ip ¬
appear appearYou a 1Ip
1IpYou You Yc umuat must know that tt I I have hv grand granddaughters cd cdduaten granddatight4ri ¬
daughters duaten he smiles aleo so there the are aresome a aresomeyoung
some MmeyoUg someyoung youag men melNt menb in New York Yorkho who seem seemextremely seemextremely em emxtmet
extremely xtmet interested lntrii In ray m1 welfare welfareEvery welTsreEveryday
Every Everyday day I hmth IamtheegoIpient am the incipient pe pf f Bow B BJu are areyou sreyou
you Ju feeling felat today t a Jqdge Jldae Fine Fe weather weatherwere weter weterwere weatherwere
were having havlc Judge udjHow How are a you ou an anloying e anjoylng
loying Joyc ft JU and nd he chuckle chuol as J he e puts putshe put putsthe
he tetlver receiver to his h ear Ill Il fl wager i it te teone Ipone
one of the beaux beauxUfa bux buxI beauxIt
Ufa UfaNice I It l Ks KsNice
tNce Nice boy that murmur Mu the Judge Judgeas Jud Judhe
as he hangs hac up the receiver receiverYee rl rlYe receiverYea
Yea Ye Ive Ive lived lve many years and andthrough ad adthrough andthrough
through much be says sya as he e turns tu about aboutonce abut abutonc aboutonce
once onc more Ive Ivo had hd many maay professions professionsOf plelo
Of them tem all I have loved none more than thanouraallsm ta thanjournalism
journalism jouls I think tink traay say that tt Im Imthe 11 Imthe
the oldest living yl Journalist JournalistWhy Jourlat JourlatT journallatWty
Why T did dd you abandon abdon U if IfyCu IfyCutor you cared caredor caredfor
for or It so e much muol170Q mucbyo3 you ask askBe askHer k
Be He chuckles fhuolN again againA
A military mlt government ap ovrment la 11 I hard on o some someeditors someeditors ma maetor
editors etor he says en Foetbellusi POtbUu days dayawere dy dayswere
were we not ot favorable tTrbt for hotheaded loth South Southern Sut ¬
editors editorsIt
e eton etonI
It I is I I over ovr tor fOrtiyeari forty year yen now since Iac I Ic came cameto
to t New York I waa a i Virginian and d I 1was Iw Iwas
was w a rebel bel 1 am a a aVlgln Virginian Vg and ad a aoltis8 loyal loyalcitiien oya1oltlse
citiien oltis8 but ImaJiew Im t Yorker too t Once Onoea O
a Virginian Vlrran always y a Virginian Vla they tq say aayut saybtt 1
b btt > ut t I love 10YeN New York YCrk It I has bb80t been good to tome touse
me aad mIe mIeat mineOf mine mineOf
Of course COWI no one 0 could culd call oal New York Yorka Y r
a characterUtio coterto American AerO jmerl sn city dti America Americaies AeOQ
lies 1 out ou te there beyond bead far tar reaching and andfree Ad Adtrtr andfreefr5er
free trtr freefr5er freer than t We e It U i our oW misfortune misfortunethat mWor
that we In New York YorktkuiarAPerlc think we are America Americaand Americaand
and the foreign forlp world wCrld thtaktbe tte same sameFor UrnFor e eFor
For it t is the te dominant dmaant eAaraeterietio eAaraeterietiothat oUlo oUlothatctr
that thatctr centres about but NeV N York Yok Yoyk that tt i I Is re regarded togarded ¬
garded care aa the te domt dominant characteristic characteristicif oh Uo Uoot
ot if the country ut I Imeanmoa mean mosey making makingWe mak8
We have no other standard tdr of comparative comparativemeasure comparativemeasure ve
measure meureeuch Jve such aa tits tltf ao the te oomp eadeavoi eadeavois e dcvol dcvolI
I Is s to get pmoet money monsyget get money moe at any atc cost costThus costThus
Thus ulrt graft grafthusrisen hat arisen mf Every Eve day iy we weread w wr weread
read r of it I in the newspapers alpp sow IW to i a agreater asttor agreatarform
sttor greatarform greater form now D 11A in a lesser Iteaay It D3 may be bea b bea
trust fraud it be the schemes schemesof
a sugar U81 t fu I may 11 b thele
of Importing dressmaker it
a poor p prl drkef may maybe my maybe
b be a fraudulent traudut snow OW removal nmOal but butgraft butrat butgraft
graft rat la I with wit us 1 high hSh and low it baa J given givenus
cv cvtheblk
us the theblk black eye ee with Ith the nations aUoH T This Thiscur
11 cur ou national nto fault taut and yet yt I prefeclt prefeclta
peelt peeltto
to a those tkotf thoseOf of some 8me of otthe the other ote nations nationsWe 0
We W may Jyoltg nAyoutgrow outgrow it Uwhe Itwheawe wheaw lwe are a older olderWhat olderWhat lc
What I de dislike most ao about It 1 is the thename thename
Wt au t
ne name itself UeltIt It la I 1 nothing Dol but bu stealing stealingso 8
so e why hy cola o a euphemistic ehe1lo Rams me for t It ItYfiU ItY ItY6U
YfiU Y remember reberyou rememberyour your 8kespe Shakespeare dont dontyou dot donthis
7qi you hU hi delicate dlct use u of t convey 0T It Itsounds Itrldm Itreminds
sounds rldm mo of the Cnet Confederate soldier aoldlerwho elre soldierwho
who h ws accused of stealing ltl blankets blanketsle b1ab blsakatiHedenied
le Hedenied denied daled the th thscharge thschargeI charge chargeI cp
I only confiscated ebOt them th said e he heGen hcOen heGen
Gen Pryor was born br In Dtnwiddle Dtnwiddlecounty DWddle DWddleotyVISInI DaIddlecounty
county otyVISInI Virginia July Juy 19 its I bor born a aPresbyterian aPresbyterian
Presbyterian Pbyerl and a Democrat Dmot and a his hiswife lii liiwife l
wife stands Id witness It that iat he bb heMs has never sur r fail faileredln t tt r4toted
t toted eredln In labia hi bl allegiance allolo to either 41the faith talUtIie 8be 8beikena glellkerrsblm
Iie llkerrsblm ikena him to that tha worthy wor member meb of the thebody t thebody
body that framed the1 Weetraiaster
b0 tt ted cats catechisim catschina te teci
china ci who prayed Pyed Oh God odoplc guide u uaright u uIc us ustfbou
aright tfbou Ic for them knoweat kow kxiowe we 11 re ar a al are vary varyJudge ery eryJudPryorjas
I Judge JudPryorjas l P Pryoryas graduated J grad to law hwt lawfrO from
1 g4
the e University Unlv ltT of Virginia Vlrll In W i8U1 in IOihI IOihIsa which whichtame
tame sa sy year arbaw r hI b was married to t Miss I Sara s A ABJce AiRice
Rice nQ He e waa w admitted re tt toi tlt tOttbe th par 1 Intate to to18W
tate 18 but bu aa a affeett det ageottea 4 < m of r fUetk the throat tk tat Mthr Mthrrupted ri rirupted
rupted tped his bi tor f oreailo et loO toreer carew tnd ndturaid dr turaVd W himPbyte1sne ate ateto
to t journalism journalismThe jo lm lmTe
The Te young XOut Vlrgbla Vlrslnl1byra Pbyte1sneocrat PresbyterianrDem PresbyterianrDemocrat
ocrat oet bad haId ideas and d if he keoidno could act actspeak notspeakthomhe
speak speakthomhe pthehe thea he wouldwrit woldwt tHeta tm Editor Editorof Etr Etrot
of various Southern Democratic DemocratioJourula DemocratioJourulaactIng oo oolDC Journal Journalacting
Tao J Ieo
acting lDC aa a special Sial MiniMer M 6 toGreece to G GrruS Oe end endrefusing L Lrfming
refusing rruS a simiLar aIRII mIssIon Io to t Persia P he hebecame le lebe bebecame I
became be a member mo11 of the Ue Tblrtyelxth TblrtyelxthCongress Th1ylxt ThirtyeIxthCongress
Congress Oagr I6j 18He INcri ffl He was reelwted reelwtedto 1 l lto
to the1 t Thirtyseventh ThirSIl th CoagreM but butWashington btt bttWalnaon bttWaahington
Washington Walnaon at that tat momentous mdmetu period periodwas perlo4was
was w not much mu to the 1 Using II of a amen man man ge0 of hh hhcalibre 1 hiscalibre
calibre obrr After Ane fter President PldentLool Llnoobxs Lincolnssuguration Jfe Jfeauguratlon
auguratlon augtoD he b reeigned n r e his seat Mto seatto to espouse espousethe epu espousethe J
the cause c of the th Confederacy Chte
Probably Pb1r no man ma mode mae n more mo fIery flsryspeeohe 1 fIerypeeoheg
speeohe against apn the th Union tn Yet Ye today todayhe t
judicially he lp looks lool back bk at those b0 time thie calmly mr
judiciallyIt judlcaUy
It warn WI a good goo g cd thing tlngth the Union UnIQ Wa Wasaved a asaved
saved Nve he says It I was w good go for repub republican rpub republican ¬
lican le government goveret good go for the North Northgood Norh NorhI Worthgood
good I for the South SouthBeginning Suth Suth8eglng SoutbBeginning
Beginning 8eglng his war wa career cr as a aC10nel aC10nelprmoto Colonel Colonelpromoted Colonelprpmoted
promoted prmoto to BrigadierGeneral DrlclerGener he char characteristically characterlstloally ¬
acteristically actertolT resigned rf e as a a result rNut of a adifference adUferc adlferenc
difference dUferc of opinion plnlo with wth Jefferson Jetrsoq Davis DavisHe DAvis DavisI
He Ie I Went wea eut through toug the te rest 1et of the war warm in the theranks theI therank
ranks Thud Gen Fltzhugh Lee
I TUGe Ftzueh L wel welcomed weled welcqmed ¬
comed ed him hi in i a letter letterHfouoiurus Ieter IeterJotolJLzi letteenonts
Hfouoiurus JotolJLzi enonts G8SKtukorMn OINIt Cersna or rdJ Mit now BowahaW shall
I address Idr rou ToJma yoaDaa t > amn It there tleres no 10 dlff dun differ differInca r reace
Inca PCI Coma Ome up to see e me meIt meIt rueIt
It woaa Waa19uaUlt waaala a J9uraallst that he came to t toew
New leW ew York ta iwa la shattered hattr la fortune fortunepaying torue toruepyBg fortunepaying
pyBg paying for hi bl trip tpwtth with money mone for which whic
Mrs Ir Pryor Por pledged pledc her Jewelry He Heeploy was wasemployed wasemployed
employed eploy by the to Daily DiJ AT Nel News but halfaretly half halfsecretly halfsecretly
secretly aretly as ashe he was a Virginia soldier
In 1883 I he was admitted to the New York
bar He wrote to bis bl wife about his first firstremunerative firstremunerative ret
remunerative ease when oa oi being bel e asked askedto
to name Iimothe the price pri he hesitated heslt4 between dbetweeDSand
US USandUoizntllhis Sand and ISO until his hi client said that MOO 6swould 800would
would uld be paid down and 11000 If I he won wonthe
the case caseWith eWlththe caseWItb
With Wlththe the utmost utmotdlgnlty dignity wrote the theyoung theycunC theyoung
young lawyer and appearance of mIne ¬
Lance tAnceI I said Id You have my word that I Iwould IWould Iwould
would accept any offer you might make makeand makeand makeand
and of course I will agree to the sum
however Inadequate 1na quatethe the compensation compensationmay comp naatloll
may be beHis beRia beUls
His rise to fame at the bar was u rapid
He 1 Enerer never shrank from a suit because it itWM ItWUu Itt5
WM WUu t5 unpopular or because thoISgal the Dotal pdde pddewere Pddswere pddgwere
were against his success At the time ot
his direst financial distress he refused d to
take a suit against Peter Cooper In 1880
he acquired prestige from suggesting 111 geatng and andconducting andoondUctinc afldconducting
conducting the sugar trust case the first
litigation In any court against a similar similarCombination el elinllaroombinaUon aUarcombination
Combination in trade tradeAppointed tradeppolntec1 tradeAppointed
Appointed Judge of Common Pleas In InISM Inf8DO Iniaao
ISM elected to the Bench for a full term
in 1M1 he became a Justice of the Supreme
Court when that tribunal and the Com Common CommonPJeaa CornmouPlea ¬
mon monPJeaa Pleas were merged He Heretlred retired from
the bench In 1899 because be caUIJeh he had reached reachede
the th e age limit Re has not yet retired reUr from
hU laW practice and active work ork He Hereoognleoe JIefCIOlDl liereoognlzos
reoognleoe fCIOlDl no age limit there thereJudge thereludlO thereTudge
Judge Pryor cannot c discuss the e evo ¬
lutlon In New awY York Jk of amusement or orsocial orsocial
social custom MraPryor Mrs Pryor laughs at theIdea theides the theIdea
Idea IdeaAM7
IdeaMy My husband has baalpent spent the thel latter tter part partof partofbS partof
of ofbS hi his life lit In unremitting unremlttlnrtudy study ahe aheN says
Nobody N body to my knowledge knowl has seen ee bun bunat himata btmat
at ata a place of amusement aJIlUll ment theatre ball or oropera oroperar oropera
opera and very rarely baa he been keen keenat teenat seenat
at a dinner party partyShe
She writes taher In her book 1b The war had
left him nothing but a ragged uniform
his word a wife and seven children
Be H had bdnoprote ha d no profession ion no ri htJ righMaa A a acltitta I IclUS aottiseit
cltitta n no ability ablllty to hold office o That he heconquered beOOD heconquered
conquered OOD uelfdthe the fate which threatened thrM ned to
destroy him and conquered dit it through tJarc ah
the appre appreciation latloo awarded a J by J his some ¬
time enemies Is a striking Ufuatration of
the th e possibilities afforded by our country oo oom trY y
I have come to the days of which wbIt
Edmund Burke Burlanrrota wrote says s ys the Honor Honorable 1Ionorable Hi Hiable ¬
able General Generalmd and Mr MrwJth with later added
Uties Uti ao future to look to tQo hardly hWJyapreeeatonlT a apreeeat apresentonly
preeeat preeeatonlT only tho far stretching treto l11f past pas to
live 11 UT In Such h a serious eerio aeriouathing IJothln1 thing is living Uvincr
from this view I look and look aad aadoftWmea and andoftilmes
oftWmea or I shudder at what I Ieee eee things
I lta have done doneIn em in public pubUoUre life not DotuaPrlvate aa ass a private
Individual It Uaeema seems that tthe the bad la ao aomuch eomuch soranch
much easier to remember rememberYes
Yes I Itulve have fought duels duetebut but thank
God 1 n never ver killed mT man The horror bofrorI
or that b baa been e spared PIe sueUI
UI I have seen s en times tune change sad the theoountay theoountry thecoimby
oountay change Events and joy and aadsorrows andarrow andsorrows
sorrows can multiply hi eighty yean yearsutIfl
But ButID Ill tell toUloU you why as I look back I Icount Ioouat1 Icount
oouat1 count myself the most saoetfortunatG fortunate of men
Ill how you youBe youHe youHe
He draw out a afaded faded gold case sad aadunolaspa udUDOWpe sadunclasp
unclasp It It An old fashioned daguerreo daguerreotype daK11e daK11etype daguerrectype ¬
type la within sthlnthttUkfDeNt withinthe the likeness of the thellD1e thellD1eyeUD same sameyoung seineyoung
young beauty that hang oa the drawing drawingroom drawingroom
room wall below He quickly cioe it itTliatlatheaatwerheaayaacftly Itpm ItIth
Tliatlatheaatwerheaayaacftly ThUthnnswer Ith answer h ho eMtoft I Ie
It Ita Itawonder a wonder that thatl I believe Ieve woman should auld
have ha everything the desires Woman Womaniea I Ia 10 10a
a wonderful being Infinitely Inh1niteIymperIor superior lor to toman tomnin toStan
man mnin Infinitely n1 ITu superior ol I know kao because becauseI
I bave lived with one for nearly sixtytwo sixtytwoyears sixtytwoyears
years I know jknowYe knowYes knowYeII
Yes like Burke Im I living Hvin in lritha lrithapast the thepast thet
past t Im man on old man I love New NewYorkl Ne York Yorkleva
leva 1 itdearly dearlY but b1twben when I die dieto 1WaB1i 1WaB1ito I waat waatto
to be taken taksb book ktoVlrPMorfUaaq7 to Virginia fl flfiat flfa
fiat that It itt U a little IIttle1L litUeaeatsr nearer to toaB toea7smaa t M MWaH
wall aB 8tet U lav t t4t
4t 4
A Dozen 08r Forgotten Overcoat a ana anaaI aCalmness D r
Calmness aI of the Lady Ud711tb With SlOooo SlOoooWort amnnoWera ion ionWer
Wort or Jeweu Mittia 1aSLen MISmgLoRecovery < t H am amRecovery lideeeer
Recovery ef f f aa 5 jBsgaKmeat PIt Ring RingAt RIa RIaAt na naAt
At one of crthe the big hotel hrt the other day daya da1woman
a woman from Philadelphia ran rangamut t tgamut 11 11ut
gamut ut of sasotloas oUo e s from hysteria h1S rt rtrrlsht frwp fr frright
fright to almost al swooning from excM excMslv exCMal excesciv
slv al joy whoa she hecUa discovered < that she had hadleft hAdIft haillift
left on a seat la the lobby her handbag handbagconUlalng handbaco band bandcontaining
containing o ntalalD a draft for f r MO MO and later vtA vtAlafonned If Iflalonned ninformed
informed that It was aa la th the hotel safe safsIt Mf8It safeIt
It la I wonderful how howmuoh much a big hotel hotelhas hetelhu hotelhas
has to do nowadays to protect Its it pa patrow p ptrorsa ptronm
trow against ISIt their own carelessness carelessnesssaid oarel oareld
said d a hotel kate manager People will not notrealiM notreall notrealIse
realiM reall when they come to Ktw York Yorkthat Yorkthat Yorkthat
that there are am thieves s wa walking about abouteverywhere aboueverrwhere abeuteverywhere
everywhere looking Jo IO kiDlt for toropportunltlfJI opportunities tA tAappropriate t tappropTiatfl t6approplata
appropriate overoeala Mte or umbrellas or orMany orbII1dba orhandbs
bII1dba handbsMais7
bII1dbaYanr Many of theM thIeves u ar a ass well dressed dressedThere dThere dzesejThere
There are women wem who make a practice practiceof PractIceotTIII pctjcof
of otTIII viaUlng th the ladles lMti writing writtn rooms and andlavatories and1vtton andavatorles
lavatories at the hotel bo just to tee whether whethertome whethercoins lMtherao
tome ao careless pen on bar not left kUII a dla dlamond dJalJopeI d dmn
mond mn ring on a table or Washstand and andthey andthey andthey
they frequ frequently mtly tad LndEcthin LndEcthinMi ej things tWapAU thingsAll
All our ekpleyeea epleye Joy are taatruetaj taatruetajwhenever 1fIIItru0te4whee trueted truetedwhnaver
whenever whee they Se a forgotten overcoat ovsrooator Trooatotd overcoatorn
or otd an urabrelja or orany any other article to tobring tobriq tebring
bring U I to the lost ptop JIfOPIriylieN rtyde k Th noompieted8eeftptlOe Tha r ra
a coHipl oompieted8eeftptlOe complete e description of oUt U hi ratertd eat eata In InA IIIA
A book A tag ta with a similar record reoc reocplacid U IIplotd Uplaovd
placid on the article and it is 1et0N4 1et0N4wat I stoiad stoiadfcwajr stc stchwa
fcwajr fcwajrA hwa
hwaAR watAJafOl
A AJafOl AR for > ovwrooata ta we 0 frequeatly y bAt h4Taa bAtmany bava
aa a many as Ijaten Mtenor ten or twelvb tnmtd to In laday oei oeiday on onday
day 8o SoJ Sem pIe do not n appreciate appraeUuthis appreciatequa pprCoot
this t laearfac caring tr for4libfr rir r beloagiBga beIO beoflgInd stn asd U Un ItIa IiLa
Ia a no U unOsimot3 O n fhlsg qf fora i 18a aa to mk mka makea
a strong tron prbt prbistf sfaC e vbgtbe wMt ti1I6 h en1 caBa j our ourooatr ouretIIGo ourefolo
etIIGo st saftl 4n ftqJIIW remvtng Isis ooatr ocawIn1 ocawIn1bsjtmistepped1 witt wittA
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Iraisosatlneaial traieoeat ttaescottneiIaIIp trip loaaMd 11NMktretur lme4dimtanlw lme4dimtanlwreturti J r c cncura
ncura with thMr withherleavIng her herin n4 n4Jefti1
Jefti1 leavIng in the d10Init IWt oenabsedsiooatkinlng IWtoftWnIq
oftWnIq wses nr rws shf r rptUasJy Jevrsby JevrsbyVUmtiiy
ptUasJy there ftt IIHSIi e M bag bagarhloh bagwhich
which ooatatoed e erlJlerTII heiaIm h r tI BW aM aMIoalM nJi4lMdrns nJi4lMdrnsIcaIled twr
IoalM 1 fcer ter1Ip up oa tb tOZII1Im tOZII1ImrDId WW NIJfdlyOIJ oiri oirirCHd
rCHd JfdlyOIJ you WaaV hli b ec6 bis r rMara te4IyZt I Ii IYwu IMInd IMIndher
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talnIB taXnleg soMe eo Jeweh7 VT rt Iate Iatehocbaad Mimt MimtOli I
0 Oli did 41 I r va t li wail tt ttr 0 zg a m mbubsadddrn I Ibueb
hocbaad dcl6Q ddwa for r r tt It Ittaciyet lp lpand mid midand
and taciyet yet that bag iras wa T Mlor oT pw rInaAd rInaAdcijamoAd sad saddiamond d ddlamotadoi
diamond dlamotadoi oraaai oraaaiOae 1 1O rOne
One O eott1ut oftfee sen peettJto tata 1 atrnae e I Ihave 1bae Ihave
have Meo ef rI a wowaaa WOf wo aa Nrtiea ttlMMt It esu hap hapw happe happenaL
pe penaL 4 qt lINtCai AS Ee4eOUPI Ee4eOUPIta tioupl tiouplea
ea b tt llfktrto w y to ths thsdlstag tbId1 ta tadllitg
dlstag ti11 r0oM 6 yenvrOnssi1topped yewawo fti stopped to toflAno toher towash
wash her herksd AMcIrfJc4ns1Mr AMcIrfJc4ns1MritP her herfltat
flAno fltat atlb4 a table Wj io HaWJpar IaW her left hand tuaito
to admire Mr betiolielrs iwlinar flag and found It Itwas 1 1waego Itwas
was waego goaft 6 6h rss maIe eescI berd that that1Ied that1Iedleftlton she sheieftit h d dleft
left leftlton ieftit it on the th thWu waatwtead waatwteadWell
Well a seato ws made tIe but with no 10utt noresult o oresult
result utt The young ro woman was cUstraeM cUstraeMand wand
and the theyounc young raaa quite aa mush muehfor ueb uebror its itsfor
for the girl Ir Insisted that it Itomea was W a bad badomen 144ommt
omen to lose 1000the toe the eaftatfxaeftt riag Mt Mttalked a61talked sattalked
talked About boutnot pot g getting tMog S married ri1 r Islced rliMeS ralsedltUpuaoaidot0t
liMeS alsedltUpuaoaidot0t alsedltUpuaoaidot0txtap it up as a a oaM of tfeeft rtLiwIt1ttieda tfeeftLateMn >
LateMn LiwIt1ttieda xtap lit the day a wottaM who7 wh whppl hIi sOb wiistoppUg sObstopping
stopping i in th the hotel botoIis 6j upto p to the tbaI theJ <
U J thoUght I wOuld It ld lda JaapKra < w wMtr wMtra fer fera
a solitaire diamond ring kit fc bti btito q breast breastto
to the offios ah he said No lGtranae That hf hfstrange Wstrange
strange Early this tat afternoeawbea afternoon when I IIn M saIn Min
in the washroom I a MW w a woraaa oma pick pickup JIlekup pte pteup
up a rill from the washstand IId Bh BHkedme Bhasked hs hsasked
asked Hkedme me if It t was w rain and when I aid aaMNo aidNo saidNo
No aha berepHedAOb rpHed 4edOh Oh very well I will wfflturn dturD willturn
turn It in at the olBce olBceShe osShe cco1 cco1Sb
She Sb did aot reeaember J1IIIIel ber what the oth other otherWOlBlL1 otserwoman r rwoman
woman looked like but after a consults ooMulUxtlon ooulttlon consultsLion
tlon we decided decidedupon upon an advert44mett andvCrtIsemelltfiguring advert44mettfiguring dvrtmenftgurlng
figuring that the woman who picked fllokedftp fllokedftpthe bpthe bp bpthe
the ring did cot t know Im WwM who was tea tit womta womtaaha womaaoad womaashe
aha rtnt addressed ad and that if aha could couldthe get getth t tthe
the th Idea the other wa wee a detective it Itkayo mi miAM miAMban bt bthavo
ban some result 80 we fixed up an M MrUaemant ad adTertilemeDtUkethla sdvertlseinentUke
TertilemeDtUkethla rUaemant like this and put It hi InUlI InUlIneQPl tar tarwKttDarsi thinewipaperE
neQPl newipaperE wKttDarsi You Y will b b given JOlt Jwtars JOlttwentytolU jesttwentyfoui
twentyfour hours la which to return tuna the tiIMIrin thering tto ttoriag
ring rin that you promised tohand to band over overthe to tothe t tthe
the office otflceof of f the Lii Hotel Blank BlankThe BlankTlut blankThe
The next n day the ring arrived by bypren bytrom iI iIprees
pren from Boston with Charge prepaid prepaidbut prepaidbut
but without witho t any accompanying ooompBYklIJiaor men1 men1or
or name nameSometimes namemet1na namel3ometkaeE
Sometimes met1na people R4 coming over hw hwfrom h htrom hrsfrom >
from the thootherIde other side make mksaeqtmslntance aequaiaUcesea aequaiaUceseathe aeqli 1n CH GtI GtIths onthe
the steamers that tbatooet cost them money wt whet wb4lflthey whetthey A Athey
they get to this aide About two weeks weeksago weeaao wodiago
ago a young OUII EBgUabaaan arrived here hereHe hereHe hersHe
He had come over be aaid d to pick up ups upsbit a abit
bit of money if Utae he got a chance chanceIt
It turned out bat on the steamer h hhad lie liehad hehad
had fallen In with two Americans a rasa mauand ruesand rasaand
and a woman who told him In strictest strictestconfidence lJtr1oteaoon4dence itrictestconildence
confidence of a plan they had for making maUacany maldNany makingany
any amount of 0 rla money lonertOJae flOfl 7 One day th thEnglishman UIE the theEnglishman
Englishman E Uebman met et then by uy appointment appointmentand appolntmwrtand pp Jntmett Jntmettand
and they bad luncheon htnolaaoatogeifier together Thee Theethey Theethey Theethey
they went downtown to a telegraph office officeInside olloallnalde oItceiinside
Inside the tbeom cfflee but ouUldi of th thcounter tN tNoounter thecounter
counter though the Englishman did apt aptrealise 110 110rea11It not notrealise
realise rea11It It Wa was a man with his hi1sa hat off who whoseemed whoaeemed whoseemed
seemed to be busy writing at a desk deskAs deatM deskAs
As the party entered teied he creased over to tothe totho toi toithe >
the counter laid some ateetage upon It Itand Itand Itand
and then he turned to the party or and wo woIntroduced w wIntrolSqoed waIntrodsloed
Introduced to the Englishman EngU DIAn aa th thmanager ImaDaI themanager
manager < of the offloe offloeSh otllceA811 o4oeSb
A811 Sh dont ay anything here h hcautioned 1M 1Mcautioned kScautioned
cautioned them I win meet you at AIIuch AIIuchanll such suchaad suchand
and such a place in Inten ten minutes atlnatMWell mlnutNWell minutesWell
Well he hdidmeetthera did meet eet them at the Uutap appointed appointedtime lntad lntadtlme
time and the BuglisHmaa g15 JBa waa ushered usheredInto bredInto usheredInto
Into a genuine old wire tapping plant plantThere plantnere plantThere
There were the ledURlll1Y dummy telegraph tele telegspbiuatru telegspbiuatrumeats Pti1I instru atrumenta instruments ¬
meats all U disking cUek1r away the tJl news from fromJacksonville fromJaolteOnvtlle fromJacksonville
Jacksonville or elsewhere here and d a group groupof
of men stand standing < about betting I
How U W doe it look to you fCharlleked Charlie Charlieasked Tilarliatasked
asked ked one of the bettor at the psycho psychological plYcho1of101 ¬
logical 1 ° mosaeat mosaeatLook mOllleatLook
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