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I THE WASHINGTON HLBALD WEDNESDAY WEDNESDAYM MARCH A RCR 6 1907 7
77 THE FRENCH FRENCHIN IN AMERICA AMERICABY AMERICABY
BY FREDERIC J HASKIN
A There are ar no great 4reatngg j eat fringe of eommtrc CQmmeree or orfinance or1iuancc or1lflCO
finance mo3g amo1 The tB Freneh In I America to today today tOday ¬
day because Franca has ha nractkftUy DMctgu1tO DMctgu1tOemigrant no noc 110migrant
c migrant class cl Her sunny fl ft fied kls are r e abun abundant abundant abundant ¬
dant tor her present population and who whoi whowr
i vrr heard h lud of a prasentday Pall Ian who whoxv whoWlluld whow
xv Wlluld w < > uld leave Paris Pan During the days dy of ofrtligious orlIgiouS otrcIIgiou
rtligious lIgiouS persecution pel8 perncutionIn uUon in France thousands thousandsof
of e Huguenots were ere driven from rOIn the coun country count coontry ¬
J try t ty and they flocked In large 18 rge numbers num n to tothe totJle tothe
the American colonies during the foama foamata foat fomnatVt
ta t tVt > period before the Revolution But Butsince ButSIIItt Bututce
since utce 1S20 less 1 than 450000 Frenchmen have havelii haveii
lii ii ruled ded on our shores Counting Countl those thosewhose thOll8who thoeitO8e
who whose itO8e French descent is I not more than thanf thantvtee thanF
f twice removed from the nativeborn emi emigrants emigrants cmlgrants ¬
grants there are now only 8MM ISS In the thet thenitM thelnitpd
t lnitpd nited States Stat Among Amon the men prominent prominentin
in the prwntday American Hije t e there therear tJIerenl theretr
ar nl tr only fiftyeight of immediate Freneh Frenchxtruction Frenehxtraction FrenehC
C xtruction xtructionAlthough xtraction1thou xtractlonA1tl1OUh
Although 1thou the early rty French settlers settlersraorgrd Ilettlerlriirgd tielli tiellimfrgd
raorgrd their identity with the American Americanjooplo AmerIcanopk AmericanTloplt
jooplo opk until all II trace of many of their tlMtrMtments theirtIevement
1 tIevement Mevements were lost lost It is I to the infu infupim lufuof
pim 111 of their th Wood that we owe many of ofour ofur oftur
our ur boasted national characteristics The TheJist Thei Theit
Jist i it t doctor in Manhattan was Johannes JohannesI JohannmIi
I L i Montague who ho arrived arrived in Jai The TheM Thet
M I > t white people ev evtt r in the State of ofIVnnsylvania orrnns ofFurisylvania
IVnnsylvania rnns hanhL were four young French Frenchi
i < luplf Ilplts s who went out from New Ne York in inFrench inFrench
1 < French explorers made a brIlliant brittlawtivurd brIlliantrd
ivurd 1 rd in the discovery and settlement of ofti oft Ofti
ti t i West W tSt and South The first two white whiteir
ir a in Minnesota were ere Pierre dEnprit dEnpritJUK d dEspdti t tf
JUK f i I Medard Chanaut two Huguenot fur furtrader furtrdfr furtrdprs
trader < Cadillac afterward governor of ofLouisiana ofL ofL
Louisiana L I lisian iisiana founded Detroit Mich Pttts PtttsIurg pttwlourg PUlPlurg
Iurg originally ort n U7 Fort Duquesne was wasfmmjcd WdlnJ wasfi
fmmjcd fi lnJ tuJd d by Marquis Dttquetue de Menne Menneillo Menneilli
illo 11 Auguste A and Pierre Ctxwteaufounded CbcMtteauUHded Ctxwteau Thonteauuttied
founded UHded St St Louis and named it for the thelast U Ut thet
last t French King KingMany KingIany KingMany
Many Iany of the Huguenots Hu ots of colonial days daysvs daysrE 4aysre
vs re people of much Influence The im immortal ImIlwrtal ImiwrtaI ¬
mortal Prtscilia was the daughter dau ter of Guil Guillaume Guillaume Gull1un1e
laume Molines oIines the only Frenchman on ontit ont on1h
tit t I Mayflower Judith Bayard daughter daughtercf
cf f Thomas Francis Bayard became beca the thewife thewif thewife
wif wife of Peter Stuyvesant Richard RkhaldDana RkhaldDanaf Dana Danaivu Danaa
f ivu a the peoples people champion in the ftght ftghtigctint 1ghtgairit t I Itint
igctint tint the Stamp Act James Delancey Delanceyivs DelanceyS
ivs 18 S the richest r rche bHt t man in America before beforetin beforet
tin t I Revolution Stephen S phen < Delancey gave gaveN gave pveXw gaveYork
N Xw w York its first Jim town clock which was wasiut wulut wasIUt
iut in in the tower of Trinity Church He Hejilso HeII liet1
jilso II gave gav the city its first fire engine en enginePeter lne
I
1 J Peter > der ter Faneuil of Boston save to that thatt thatCity thattity
t City ity Faneuil Hall afterward at rwant called the theCradle tberadle theradle
Cradle radle of American Liberty There TherelIugu was wasit wasiluguenot
it Huguenot lIugu < not In the Boston Tea Party and andthe IUIdtltf andtif
the famous Mecklenburg Meeklenhor eck1enb Declaration was wasg WUI wastrftd
g t rafted rh fll by Dr Ephratyn X thrayn Brevard a aFrenchman arri1Ihman a airenhman
Frenchman of North orth Carolina Carolinarml croUMPaul QrOIInFLU
Paul Revere was a Frenchman who whoiieds Whono whohttls
iieds no introduction to even the smallest smallestAnglican smallestiiean teIIt teIIt1i
Anglican 1i dcan schoolboy What That the Contlnen Contlnent
CoIttiMft1
t Tiny owes to Lafayette has never neverI neverh
I h < n 1 adequately told although our ora oratvs oraI
tvs t have been trying for a a century centuryTiu ceIItUILit centuryIr
Tiu Lit brilliant services rendered by John
1 lr ns earned t mfd for him hl the honor of re ret Te Tel
t r ing i ng the sword of Comwalns Cornwal The Thela
la 1 t t d ity ty treasurer of Philadelphia was wasJ7n waaJ wasi
J7n J i n Stephen Benesett Beauregard the thel theCrhdtrate
l Crhdtrate n federate leader < who fired reel the first firstt ftratl ftratlt
t of the civil war was w a a Frenchman Freaeb FreaebSreAdmlral I Ii Ir
i SreAdmlral > vre r Admiral Dupont and Rear Ad Adi AdI
i rul William Reynolds of the Federal Federaland F Fe4erIy AdI ral raland
y and MaJ Gen John F i Reynolds Reynoldsu Re Rej
u j i ciii 11 John C Fremont of the army armyf
f I Hunlbal 11jb4I HamNn was Vice President Presidentvutu PrellkJentIt1
vutu It1 t1 Abraham Lincoln Lincoladn UncoInIfl LincolnOn
On Ifl of f the most unique jnatqve persotmsjes on ont OftAmertcan ont
t American eotttiMNt ecMI 1ItMt is the rural ruralFr naralFrHhCsaan ruralYrntiiCana
Fr FrHhCsaan YrntiiCana arilCanadian an of the Province Pro of Qne Qnel
1 The habitant type Is one that all allstudents alltljtnts alltudt
students tudt ntS of human nature have found foundirtliy foundjrtll foundvbrthy
vbrthy irtliy jrtll of study 041 Springing S from one onera oner
ra > and dwelling delUn among amo another the thevliarnoter lb lbchnrwter thntliaraeter
r
vliarnoter of this th frugal farmer and andsturdy andsturdy
am11
sturdy backwoodsman btLckw Odsman seems seen to present presenta M8en M8enl
a l mass 1S of O contradictions His H1 language Ja is isuthr ist
t uthr 1 t tt 1 r degraded French or mongrel mongrelEnglish mcmpiEngUsh mongrelinglish
English he is nearly always poor wor yet yetI yet11arlably yethvarlably
I 11arlably i variably happy his hi patriotism is of a ap aIluli
p Iluli < u1iar u sort in that it does doennot not savor vor of ofi ofdlfgian ofilcgianee
dlfgian i ilcgianee If glance to France nor concern cot cforn for the theurlfiire thed thelfar
urlfiire d lfar Jrp < of Canada but is measured by bytJic byJI byiE
tJic JI iE mere mt > re ambition to preserve French Frenchdominance Frenchlmlnance Frenchdrminance
dominance in the Province of Quebec QuebecThe Que QueThe QuebecThe
The IIn nne > ne mark of the habitant is his love loveof lover
of r home The Grand Trunk Railway for forf forral forraI
f eral > ral hundred mites east of Montreal MontrealIMS MOntrealIt
IMS It 13 li l large lar e local patronage patrona e which is istr I IL istA
tr L sigiiiited as the moccasin trade The TheI Thelr Th Thl11tl1Canad1an
I rtiuhCanadian lr who ho is employed away awayfrom awaytrw1 a afrom
from his birthplace will spend his last cent centti centt centtJ
ti t visit islt the homefolks The reluctance reluctancet
t > stiver St er home ties is shown he in the char chara charatpr chartr
a atpr ter of the farms tan which bleb arc merely merelylong merelymg merelylirig
long mg lanes la with rows of houses at the thecils tbeWheft theWhei
cils When the eldest son marries the thei thefltllr
i I fatli fltllr r splits the home place and gives givest
t t < youth a slice of land The TheI sons sonst
< t n become COme so 1 numerous and the slices slicesj
j J thin fl I Ti that in order to continue the themultiplication tbeliltiplkaUon thedtipliation
multiplication a quartering process la ill isary
l rssary rssaryMatrimony IHY IHYIatrimony ary aryMatrimony
Matrimony Is an honored institution institutioniriiung inaUtutJonI InstitutionTuotIg
iriiung I ft TuotIg fig the habitant folk and they pre prefTVf PIf proLV
f fTVf rf LV the t h European custom according to tovhlih todlkh tohith
vhlih hith parents paren lttk settle a sum of money on ontiiildrcn onl1drcn oni1Idren
tiiildrcn l1drcn when they marry Illustrative of oft orL oft
t L Ts s point there te a story about a atnke alankpe aarke
lankpe tnke farmer who had married a French Frenchgirl Ftfttchgirl Frenchgr1
girl and settled in one o of the back dta dtatUts die diets dl dlti
ti tUts ts of Quebec Although h he had lived livedt livedtlOr
t tlOr i < r for years and his hi children had hadr balown hadh1wn
r fcpiwn own up among his French neighbors neighborsthis neipbori5tIn
this tIn t man retained enough b of his hi American Americanpfirlt Ameneanffirit Americanririt
pfirlt ririt ti t refuse to offer a cash bonus bon to togrt tobt tog
grt g t his girls married oC off Consequently Consequentlyt ConiMquentlyrllY Consequentlytiy
t rllY i < y threatened to become a arug t nI on the theinrket thc11ark theiirket
inrket 11ark t Finally he relented and offered offeredw offeredwith
> w I with each one oneAt eMAt oneAt
At once on < came Pierre rre a big bt lumbering lumbeI1nJIut lumberinglut
lut 1 ut who said hi I ear yon give IT trrea trrealI1lr WIIr on4red on4reddjilir
djilir IIr wid Id Marier Mane 1 He was reluctantly reluctantlyt
t W 1 1 that such was the offer oer I IftIt ear you yougiv yougi yougiv
giv gi fi1 ft tfr ondred o dollar with JulieT Julie He Hev Hetold Hew
w v told the same amount went with withJjlk wlttJIJIf withJJl1
Jjlk JJl1 < Well VelI monsieur said Pierre 1 1tiuk 1tink ltik
tiuk Ill take Oe ilebot bot o em The Yankee Yankeevis YkoeIS
vis IS so indignant at this attempt ttem to Joke Jokeiibiut JokelbJut juliev
v iibiut such a serious matter that he with wlthd withiw rfLb rfLbbW
d bW w his offer at once and his gtrts girl wrre wrref wpr
f 1 r rtd > d to wait 11 until they the could find nd has hasbands h h1and buslaids
bands who were wilting ilUig to take them tbetRlor tbetRlortlPm for forthemselves furt
tlPm t themselves mClVO des atone atoneA a awpular akuocA
A popular tradition among the Freneh Frenehitnadians FrelNbanndlans Fyenehanadians
itnadians is that relating relatJn to La Choose ChaosttTaifrie Cbu8ealffie ChooseCaIrie
tTaifrie alffie Thte Vfl tells tel how the shantymen shantymenfauwbound shautyinenuwbound 1It n nIibouncl
fauwbound < in the Northern Northern1OOC woods used usedt IiKCttlJ usedtj
t tlJ > j make a contract with the devil to take takel taketil
l til U mm V m fl home in the night nl t for a brief visit vteltto visitt 18lttJ
to t their wivqs wh and sweethearts aweeutatrips Those Thosetrips Thosetrips
trips were made In the air in bark canoes canoesi
V i nf i 1 p arrangement a was a8 a desperate rate one oneBU one6lh onest
BU 6lh st h as no pious pto shantyman wouHi enter enterinto enterHt enter1r
into Ht 1r Only profane and sacrilegious c char charifrs c artr Charwould
ifrs tr would venture to take sock a risk riskThe 118kFrw riskdViI
The devil t > U gave Ve them the power to lOMvl lOMvlK t navi naviKat navigat
K Kat < ft the t hf ntr tor that one ntgM nt With 1ttlk 1ttlk1JTldtr th thund tbV
V > und 1JTldtr unthrtad rstamttug tar4I that J IC f Ute nama ef e God
was mentioned or a church steeple was wastouched wactouched wastouched
touched during durln the flight that he should sheuklhave shoukihave shouldhave
have their MUte for torture There is ismany famIln Ismany
mIln many an oldtimer who will solemnly solemnlyaffirm IOIemnl7fflrm solemnlyafUrm
affirm fflrm that he has seen the canoes pass passing pa paIn peasing
ing In overhead and that he has It heard the thereckless thereckless thereckless
reckless daredevils bandying btutd 1nG each other otheras otheras otheras
as they pUed their paddles in the air airThe airThe airThe
The Louisiana rolstana Purchase gave New Or Orleans OrIeau Orleans ¬
leans to America Ame ca the quaint city which whicheven whicheven whicheven
even modern commerce and progress s can cannot eBnot cannot ¬
not rob of its French atmosphere The TheSouthern TIleSouthern TheSouthern
Southern metropolis is twelfth in size sizeamong ataeamong elseamong
among the cities clUe of the United States and andas aDda andas
as a a seaport Is second only to New Nt York YorkOnefourUt YorkOnefourth i iOnefourth
Onefourth of the Crescent Cr nt City is still stillFrench sUIlFrench stillFrench
French Its main I thoroughfare Canal Canalstreet eanalatreet CanalStreet
street atreet cuts in twain A municipality which whichis wblchIa whichis
is American and modern on one aide and andFrancoSpanish aJHtFrancoSpaJt andFrncoSinish
FrancoSpanish Jb and carefree on the theother theother theother
other In ISM the controversies ls between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the French and American elements be became became became ¬
came so violent that the city was divided dividedinto dividedInto dividedInto
into throe municipalities with separate separategovernments HIMratJloernments sepernttgovernments
governments but they were brought to together tolether together ¬
gether again in 1S3S 3m At t that tJ time It was wasthe wasthe wasthe
the second secOn city m In the United States in inpopulation inpopulau Inpopulation
population populau n and nd first in commerce commerceWhen eomerceheft commerceWhei1
When heft the immense territory of Louis Louisiana Louisna Louislana ¬
lana na was as ceded to the United Saes S aell hi hiI hi1s
I 13 New ew Orleans had a population of ofILSSi oflL
11 ILSSi It was ail under French control controland controlRnd j jand
and waa made up of people from France Francerefugees lra lraref Frencerefugees
ref refugees and exiles from Canada and andSpanish andSpanish acI acISpehlah
Spanish peoples from the West Indies IndiesEven IndiesEven IndiesEven
Even at that time it was U a city of high highsocial h highsocial h haociat
social standing tandtn and nd the capita capl capitil l of an em empire empire empire ¬
pire of untold riches French architec architecture ar arehitecturn hltec ¬
rlure turn ie seen in the older portions of New NewOrleans Ne NeOrlean NewOrleans
Orleans in buildings over a century old ° 1d
HOW GRADY WORE THE GREEN GREENBY
BY IZOLA L FORRESTER
When hen th Ute OMWtr etrwUen eUa gang took poe possession poeor poesession ¬
session of awjkstt kett Junction Kitty OReilly OReillytook OIte OReUIytook ly lytook
took poasaailpn poI of the constructfongxnK constructfongxnKKittys c utruetf n 1IIf 1IIfKIUrs gaugKittys
Kittys father read the dally 4laJl papers papersand papersand papersand
and followed the movement of the cur current current current ¬
rent events The construction con tnlCUon gang g which whichwas wtdchwaa whichwas
was laying the new branch lute of railroad railroadfrom ralI1OIt4Cmm railroadfrom
from Cmm Buds Bud Peak to Alvarec AIYR was the thevery thev thevery
very v ry latest Iat thins < in current events even and andby andby nd ndby
by the time it landed at the Junction old oldMike oldMike oldMike
Mike OReiHy was ready reM for It ItTheyre It ItTHyre ItTbeyre
Theyre a line Jot of men and a ahearty aheartJr ahearty
hearty lot o Kitty even if they re e a lot lotof lotof
of gutnnies etl and greasers and ad such for foreigners forelgners ¬ i
eigners Its from the stranger stran < er within withinour withinour ilbln I Iour
our gates pU S that we get the goods ood Kitty Kittyand XhtY1 XhtY1and Kittypnd
and if he wont give them to us of his hisown hisown
bWj
own free will 111 then th n we take them frm frmhim rrmblm trmhim
him by gentle persuasion Kitty you you are arethe re rethe aisthe
the gentle persuasion of Sackett Junction JunctionYou JunctlonIYou JunctionYou
You go right over and talk to t whoevers whoeversthe whoeversthe i ithe
I Ithem
the king of the whole bunch and tell tellthem tellthem
them youre the finest cook in Arisona Arisonaand ArbIonAy ArbIonAyand Arisonaand
and your dad can furnish meal tickets to tothe tothe i ithe
the whole bOIe crowd et f them at a price that thatwould tbatI thatwould
I would bankrupt any chink cook this side sideof Ideof eld eldof
of Sacramento Go Goon on with the winning winningways wtn wtnWRYIJ winningways
ways of you OU Kitty ORefliy and nd God GodMess Godb1eaa Godbless
Mess you youSo youSo youSo
So Kitty XJ 7 and her winning ways had hadtripped badtripped j
tripped blithely across tile wash v to where wherethe wherethe
the t tents of the construction cOSStrUC155gamg cOSStrUC155gamgon g g showed showedon I
on the side of the t th hilL And I she delivered deliveredthe deilveredthe
deltvereCll
the message e of her father in her own ownsweet ownsweet ownsweet
sweet way to the king ef the bunch baftela and andthe aactl aactltbe andthe
the king was neither gninny Inny nor greaser greaeerbut greaserbut euer euerbut
but Tom Grady t fjrom om Kansas Ka City Tall Tallwas TallTbomu Tallwas
was Thomas I feet 2 with ltI the shadowy shndowyblue sbadowTblue shadowybin
blue bin eyes of Erin ria and the curliest of ofsunset ofIlUMet ofsunset
sunset tinted locks locksKitty locksKltt7 locksKitty
Kitty glanced sideways out of the eor corners eornens eorners ¬
ners of her eyes at him in I a way 87 she shehad shebad shehad
had and she ie was w glad lad in her heart of ofhearts efhearts ofhearts
hearts that the construction eon truetlon gang had luuiseised hadseined
r seined upon Sackett Junction as its base baseof ucof baseof
of operations operationsWe operatlonJWe operationsWe
We will eat with you tell the old oldman okll oldlfllAi
l man said tel Tom Grady and while hja hjamanner hJmanner 4s 4smanner
manner was w sedate e te and acl his tone most mostrespectful III08trespectful mostrespectful
respectful us befitted a fiveminute ac acquaintanceship acqualDtallCe8hlp acqunintabeeshlp ¬
quaintanceship yet his eyes told Kitty Kittythat Kittythat Kittythat
that she was U the fairest creature be had hadlooked ba4looked hadlooked
looked upon in all his life We will eat eatany e eatpay t
any 1 oM thing fee gives l us to tt eat and andthe ancIthe andthe
the road can pay for it Tell him to feed feedus feedU8 feedus
us hearty heartyI
I do the cooking cokb said lei Kitty ltty and andthe aadthe andthe
the way of her smile aile and voice nits q qbeI most mostbewildering mostbewildering
beI bewildering to a man with tit a free heart heartunder heartubcler heartunder
under Ms coat coatHeaven COB coatHeaven t tHeaven
Heaven Mess the cook laughed 1au Tom Tomand TomaDd Tomand
and he stood on the hillside looking IOok after afterhtr atterhtr afterhor
htr as be tripped back across the wash washAnd nubAnd 8h 8hAnd
And sure 1Ift you can cook ooo for me alt 11 my myHfe myIte mylife
life with the sweet t smite of you and andthe andthe net netthe
the tender glance lICe of C you yoU Its fried frieddoormat frieddoolJllftt frieddoormat
doormat Id be eating with a relish ff ffyou ItOu ifyou
you gave ye it to me he snJ kI l to himself hlmeeifami hlmHICand himselfand
and he sang II as he went weRt back to the gang gangOh PDOb gangOh >
Oh Ob and when M youre yOU dreaming dre n Molly Moliydarling Mollydarling oII oIIdarUng
darling darlingDont darUngDont darlingDont
Dont forget fOl et to dream of me meTwo meTwo meTwo
Two month the gang were to pitch pitchtheir pltcbthftr pitchtheir
their tents on the the hillside and Mike MikeOReilly MikeOReilly ke keOReilly
OReilly made It pleasant for them He Hehad Hehac Hehad
had the largest and coolest house at atSftcketts atSckeU atSecketts
Sftcketts and 114 Saturday night he would wouldthrow weblcltbrow wouldthrow
throw it open for a dance for the boys boysAnd boysAJNI1t boysAnd
And AJNI1t it was at the third dance that Tom Tomasked Twntukecl Toesasked
asked Kitty did tie he love him a bit bitKitty bitKilty bitKitty
Kitty sat on a window stI m cooling her herself herlei herself ¬
self lei in the fresh sweet night air after aftera
a grand < raSMI right and left comeailye comeailyeAsk mmeaJlyeAsk comeallyeAsk
Ask me ne tomorrow morning Tom Tomshe Tom Tomsbe Tomshe
she said softly softlyTie IOCU IOCUtonltbt softlyTie
Tie tonight youll be telling me and andnot andnot andnot
not later answered awere Tom and the mas masterfulness masterful maneterfulnees ¬
terfulness terful e of him did her heart good goodfor 1OOdfor goodfor
for the wayward woman byte love best the theman theman theman
man who makes her mind him You Youdont Youdont Youdont
dont have to tell t ll me at all for Ive been beenknowing beenkDOwln beenknowing
knowing kDOwln it a month past Your eyes told toldme toklIlK toldlao
me even while they tried to hkle it with withthe 1rftbtbe withthe
the darting long lashes you have on them themAnd themAnd themAnd
And your voice said it when It trembled trembledand trembledand trembledand
and your bleme bloused < little hands said it itevery I Ievery itevery
every time they gave me the finest bits bitsto bitto bitsto
to eat of their own cooking Your lips lipsdont 11 11dont lipsdont
dont need to 1 11 telling me whats the thetruth thetrutb thetruth
truth I know already Kitty angel heart heartof heartof heartof
of mine but theyll tell me all 11 the same samebecause amebeeaue samebecause
because I want to hear them say y it Do Doyou Doyou Doyou
you love me meSure meT merSure meTSure
Sure I do Tom you know I do dowhispered do1fohlsJeled dowhlperej
whispered Kitty and nc the tear drops dro gus giistraed gustiimed i iPMd
traed on her long dark lashes for the joy joythat joytbat joythat
that swept over her herTom herTORt herTos
Tom stood up straight stra ht and glanced over overhis overhis overIda
his shoulder at tt the long lon dinlngroom that thathad thathad thatbad
had been turned into a dance haiL The Theplies TheItI1e Thepiles
plies of dishes were stacked up on the thebare thebare thebar
bare bar tables at the sides and the smoke smokewas smokewas
was 6 thick Down on one of tb the bare baretables hAretables Introtables
tables old Mike was doing an unsteady UDstetu UDstetuI
jig I and singing sl nt Donnybrook fP Fair IFairTMre FairThere ir irThere
There was a lull in the dancing It was WHSjust wasjust s sJut
just past midnight and St Patricks Day Daywas Da Dawaa Dawas
was at Its dawning dawningAnd da dawningAnd wniRs wniRsAnd
And Tom turning from the smoke and andthe andthe j
the crowd at the table table where Mike I Idanced IdIuac Idanced
danced bent over Kitty AS s she sat in inthe InU1f inthe
the shadow sha w and kissed k her herWell herWeI
Well We be married mnr lrIed next xt month be u told toldber W Wber I
ber and Mrs 11 Mi TfeMtaa rhuma Grady Graa shall ap snend nd
In fact some of them have stood for near nearly narI nearly ¬
ly I 909 years Although its French Frenchspeaking l Frenchspeaking rench renchkln
speaking kln people are many generations re removed rt1ftOed removed >
moved ftfomL from 1M Belle France thpy cling clingto clingto ling lingto
to the mother tftOlher tongue follow the ancient ancientcustoms ancientcustoms
customs and their influence is felt feltthroughout cit citthroughout
throughout t t the whole State StateThe StateTbe StateThe
The only royal love affairs in InAmerica which whlhAmerica whichAmerica
America Has been involved were those in inwhich in1tteh inwhich
which 1tteh the French figured Jorome Bona Bonaparte Bonapart ¬
parte part married Mistress Betsy Patterson PattersonHis PattersonHJ8 PattersonHis
His brother Joseph Jo married Mrs MI Annette AnnetteSavage AnnettrStLn AnnettSavage
StLn Savage e and An e established a mlnlatim mlnlatimFrench mlnlaturtFrench minlaturFrench
French court at Watertown N Y YJerome YJerome YJerome
Jerome Bonapartes grandson Charles CharlesJerome Charl1Jerome Charl s sJerome
Jerome Bonaparte is now Attorney Gen General General Genoral ¬
eral of the United States France Is rep represented repreH represented ¬
resented reH tM in the present Semite by Robert RobertMarion RobertMarlon RobertMarion
Marion La Follette of Wisconsin Wl consln and andChcnncey andClitunceT andChauncey
Chcnncey M Depew of New York Her Hertwe Hertw8 1Icrtwa
twe representative in the House are A AP AP AP
P Pujo and Henry Broussard B rou rd the Rep Representatives Representative Representatives ¬
resentatives from Louisiana LouisianaThe LoulaianaThe LouisianaThe
The greatest French inventor was wasThomas wasThomu wasThomas
Thomas Btenohard who discovered a new nowprinciple newprlnclpJe newprinciple
principle of motion culled the eccentric eccentricHis eaeetrlcH eocentricHis
His H first t Invent invention was a machine for forbeading fordlng forheading
beading dlng tacks tack and it was so successful successfulthat sueeeafulthat successfulthat
that it turned them out faster than the thetick thetick thetick
tick of a watch John James Jam e Audobon Audobonwhose Audobonwhose Audobonwbo
whose tireless labors in behalf of birds birdsinspired bltdsInspired birdsinspired
inspired all Americans to emulate his hiekindness hisklndneawu hiskindness
kindness klndneawu was a Huguenot Hu not and 00 both bothHenry bothHenl7 bothHenry
Henry W V Longfellow I ellow and John Green Greenleaf Ouenleal Greenleaf
leaf Whittier had French blood Maj MttJCharles MajCharles MajCharles
Charles Piorre Plyre Pl re LEnfnnt designed the city eityof cityof cityof
of Washington WI ton and a a portion H of his plans plansare planasare plansare
are still tut to be carried out outI oatOeD outGems
I Gen Felix Angus 4 the veteran editor of ofthe orthe ofthe
the Baltimore American has won honors honorsin honortila bonoriIn
in war as well as Journalism Journ He wa wathe watbe Watime >
the youngest seat brigadier general of volun volunteers volunt volunteeTs ¬
teers t in the Federal raJ irnmy army 1 Tiffany the thejewelry thejcel timejewelry
jewelry jcel W king g of New York is I a descend descendant d descendant nd ndant ¬
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Octave Octa ve Cnanute banute of Chicago O is the fore foremost foremot foremost ¬
most French Fre ch engineer of today t day Constant ConstantDeepradelle COIUItante ConstantDepiadelle
Deepradelle e is an architect of Boston BostonPhillip notonPbI BostonPbilllp
Phillip PbI lp Martmy is a distinguished di Un sculp sculptor cup cuptoe up uptor ¬
tor and Victor S Perard is one of the theI themotIt themost
I most successful illustrators illustratorsI lUutltratoMlrromorrowItnIhuIM illustratorsTOlmlOrrOwljahlnhlN
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her honeymoon honey gyjr Sa M ft eonsuuctkm eonsuuctkmtent COIIIIUaettont constructiontent
tent t nt but waft tfll the raJfaMNTs 8 nut nutthrough put putthroufdt putthrough
through and we go on to Kansas KansasCity KansasCity afUNuI afUNuIClty
City CityKitty
Kitty laughed Ja happily 17 and put her herhand herband herband
band over his mouth And the two of ofthem ofthftn ofthem
them sat t there m In the shadow beside the tMopen theopen theopen
open window talking tal and laying nothing nothingat
at all sensible for half an n hour When Whenthey Wbentb Whenthey
they tb y stepped out on the floor for the last hutdance lastdance lastdance
dance Tom held his head high and andly proud proudly ¬
ly He had a right to lie had won 1IJO his hismate hismate
mate and in all the world she wa the thesweetest theweetest thesweetest
sweetest girl he had ever seen And on onhi onbia onh1
hi bia coat just above the heart heart was pinned pinnedthe pbaMdthe ied iedthe
the favor she he had given him It was only onlya
a little shamrock made of wire and green greensilk greensilk n nBilk
silk the kind they sell on the street streetcorners streetcorners > treetcomfn
corners St Patricks Patrick Day a but Kitty had hadworn hadworn hadworn
worn It in her hair all Li the evening evI stuck stuckin studtIn stuckIn
in sideways like the coquette she was wasjust WMJuat wasjust
just above her fttty retty > ear and it was the thesign theo thesign
sign of o both his victory and her thraldom thraldomto
to Tom Grady GradyBut GradrBut GradyBut
But suddenly as the two stepped st ° ed out outon outon outon
on the floor to take their places pll in the thereel tbereel thereel
reel a figure II appeared in the doorway doorwayand doorwayand
and old Mike gasped and swore under underhis UDderJ underhis
his breath Then the o4 man ducked duckedunder duckeclunder duckedunder
under a table and quietly soberly pre prepared prepared propared ¬
pared for sudden death It was a plc picturesque plctUJftqUe plcturosqu ¬
turesque fisure in Its way tall tall but cot cotso DOttIO notso
so tall as Tom slender and DeI dark and andthe andthe
I the chaps e be wore were splashed 8PIubedfrom as asfrom asfrom
from a fording and dusty from f mom heavy heavyriding heavyriding
t riding In Straight tralght up to where Kitty stood stoodhe wodI stoodhe
he walked and flipping ftI the sombrero he hewore hewo heWOFO
I wore wo from fro his head bMd be cast it at her feet feetIn teet1ft feetIn
In its 11 cord was stuck a shamrock of ofwire ofIre ofwire
wire Ire and green silk sflkTheres dJlTheres silkTheres
Theres mine mt he said lei Id And TV rYe rid ridden rIden ¬
den two hundred miles to claim eIaI the thepromise thepromise thepromise
promise you made me m last y ear r on it itI itTom It ItTom
I Tom laughed laughedl laughedYoure becL becLYoure
l Youre too late in the coming eOwda my boy
Shes She made me a fresh one tonight and andshes and1Ibe andshes
shes 1Ibe going to keep it it By the shamrock shamrockon octt octton
on me coat this minute shes going to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep her h r word 0Id to me meShes meShes meShes
Shes a flirt cried the other What Whatrbjht Whatrtaht Whatright
right has she to give ct tw t two of these thing thingwith thlngewith thingswith
with two promises promisesShe prom promShe promisesShe
She can do just as she be pleases raid Jd
Tom loyally I dont care if I she be scat scatters catte scattera ¬
ters te shamrocks from Sacramento Sacra to to Key
West retl but shes she going to marry IDIUT me next nextmonth nextJItOnth nextmonth
month Now ow nee ee here Im sorry 8Orr for you youmy yOUmy youray
my boy Youve come a long ways aye and andyoure andJOuft andyoure
youre a in a divll oY a temper and I Idont Idont Idont
dont blame you Id be b the mme m if I Iwas Iwa Iwas
was wa as a near losing lo Kitty OReilly as you youare TOUare youare
are this th night But Ill play you fairly
for her although altbo h I know shes she mine and
Id take her away from you even If you youdid youdid
did win in But But anyhow Ill play you this thisgame thl thlme thieSante
game me Lets step out where the smoke smokeisnt smokent smokeIsnt
isnt nt so thick and the moon shines And Andyou AndJI01I Andyou
you wear the shamrock in your cap and andIll andrll andIll
Ill wear Oar mine where it is over my heart heartAnd heartADCI heartAnd
And if you hit the shamrock I Iwell wear wearwell wea weawell
well never mind But if I hit the otto oaeyou OM OMIOU ottoyou
you wear then you OU make tracks t cks peace peaceably peaceably peaceably ¬
ably and decently nUT back to where you youcame JOuca youcame
came ca from Will you do It ItI itI 1 1I
I will said the youngster youn ter gamely gamelyand gamelyand mel1 mel1and
and the two went ent out in the moonlight moonlightwith moonJl moonlightwith t tWith
with the crowd cro while Kitty tried to drag dra draIwr
her father from from under the table where wherehe wherebe wherehi
he was as praying alternately for the re repose reJe topose ¬
pose of his own and Toms Tom soul soulAnd 80utAnd soulAnd
And the rest they tell all along the line lineof Jlneof lineof
of the K C and S when they tell of ofthe oCtbe ofthe
the construction gang gan at Sacketts Junc Junction Junction Junetion ¬
tion How the two men m n fought the duel duelof duelof duelof
of the shamrocks out in the soft dawn dawnwith dawnwith
with the first rose light breaking over overthe overthe
I the foothills on St St Patricks Patrick Day Bob BobOwen BobI BobOwen
I Owen the boy from the Quigley mines mimicsflubs
i 3M miles away had first shot and nd he heaimed hei heaimed
i aimed for the shamrock over Toms heart heartBut heartHut
But the ride had unnerved him and so
i had the look in Kittys eyes as she had hadgased h hadganed d dgued
gased at his rival and ht > missed his hisshot hisshot
I shot shotI
shotHold
I Hold up your head lad and take your yourmedicine yourmedicine
medicine called out Tom as s he raised
his aim and the youngster did a ache he was wastold wastold
i told whitefaced wbItefa and cloeelipped rlo with
his gaae on the coming comb sunrise But the thestrength t tstrenlth
strength of Kittys love was with Tom
Grady and a his hI wrist wri t never trembled as
he aimed at the creamcolored sombrero sombreroand sombreroand
and 00 shot the green shamrock off it neatly
and cleanly without even scorching Ut the
hair on the boys boy head headDont I head headDont d dDont
Dont mention it it he said 80 d joyously joyouslyas jOOUtiJI
as the lad drew his breath and brought hrou t
his hi thoughts thou < hta back to earth and OReillys O H JII7
Sure I dont blame you a bit for loving
her And I don dent t blame her for thinking thinkingI
I you OU a fine boy too but twas a year eAr ago agooont
dont you see before she saw iw mel toe So Somind Somind Somind
mind next time you win 1 a shamrock from
the girl you OU love be sure her heart h rt goes goeswith gQefiWIth goeswith
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