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n THE WASHINGTON VA HIXnTX TIMES TI IE THTT PAY DA Y nECE1Inrn l I IRS no
DECISION MAY AFFECT AFFECTHUNTINGTON AFFECTHUNTINGTO AFFECTHUNTINGTON
HUNTINGTON CLAIMS
DurKee Heirs Sued to Re Recover Recover ¬
cover Sixtyfour Millions MillionsAlleged
3 Alleged as Due on First FirstMortgage FirstMortgage FirstMortgage
Mortgage Bortds Bo ds of theUnion the theUnion
Union Pacific Railway RailwayCase RailvayCJSl RailwayCasc
Case Against Huntington HuntingtonEstate Huntin HuntingtonEstate ton tonEstate
Estate a Similar Litigation LitigationMinor LitigationMinor LitigationMinor
Minor Stockholders of ofCentral ofCentral ofCentral
Central Pacific Railway RailwaySue RaihvaySue RailwaySue
Sue for Hundred Millions AVillionsThr
Thr Tb decision ftecll of tile tb local court t ia the thesuit UUtn theof
suit n i I of Charles Char W Wood weod trustee aad andire aadi
i 11 ire > W V Wood against John Job A Kuyken KuykendaU KQ7k KQ7kda Kuykeadali
daU da 11 individually i nt vlduall7 and as administrator af affh Nih 1ftho
fh tho > > estate Iab of Charles Durfcee and others othersEMV e ethersIDs wraD
EMV D IDs I affect itct the litigation pending against agalnetIhr againstthr alt altI
thr I hr rotate tate of Collls P Huntington HnntlngtonTho HUDtlactoaThf HuntingtonThe
The Durkee heirs are suing the Goverimeut GoT Oovrrimmt GoTtr
rrimmt tr J1JfDt to recover 4t2fil2 4123 12 alleged to tol to toh to1c
h 1c l hit zee u on the first sort mortgage age bonds of ofthe oft ofthe
the t h In Limon ion Pacific lc Railway BaUwa The minor minorFHHkholder alltOl1IfwkJo1dtn minorr
FHHkholder r kholdert of the Central Ceatralladle Pacific Hail HailCompany RailCompa Hallr
r td Company Compa ompaay of California are suing the thettuniiriRton tbeHunt theifuntington
ttuniiriRton Hunt inRtoD estate tt to recover about aboutiiXMfmooo abouti t tflUOOO
iiXMfmooo i 4noroooo flUOOO said Id to be due oa their hold holding holding4 14 14ing
ing4 ing4The ing
Thp latter litigation was bogus la New NewYork Nwnrk stewYork
York nrk some ome tits time ago The IMat IMatIllrkPI suit by the theIurkcr theIPnrkee
Iurkcr heirs was cs commenced m et In the Su Surrm BarJ11O SoIrctn
rJ11O rrm Court ourt of the District n ID the tbemrr sum sumnvr summer
nvr of 1900 through their counsel 1 Attnrtn At Attorn Attnrnv ¬
torn tnrnv y > D W Wood WoodCharles Woeclttarlf1I Woodtharies
Charles ttarlf1I Dark Durkee who to resided la Wto WtoTsin W WI Wrn
I n < > Tsin cin in in the be 4os 40 was one of the theoriginal theNhina therrgioal
original promoters of a Pacific railway railwayHr ratta railwayo
10 o Hr was Heeled to Congress Co in IMS IMSnii 1848II 1548mI
nii II mI j served nn nne term In the House Hoa of ofKprTentaUvea otHprffntaUvea oflt
KprTentaUvea lt rentatives At that time be was waar wuIrd wasrdrred
rdrred r si > i Ird red a wealthy wealt man manIfo manIli D DIff
Ifo was U defeated defeat for Cosigns la ItM 1
Soon after however JtoweyerIe he was M chosen choaenUnite rItoeeaUaltet chosenUnites
Unite States Senator Dtor from Wisconsin WisconsinHe WisconsinHe WIeouIe
He e was later appointed polotecl governor of the theTerritory UteTfrrlto1 theTerritory
Territory of Utah whore he died diedMr diedMr diedStir
Mr DurKee was married rnett thr t thre times timesHis tI tIHi timesHis
His Hi last wife to living lYI She however howeverIs
Is I suffering erlq front mental mentltbaa wen weakness sadore and andmore
more ore than once has been under confine eotrIIMaeat condosmeat confinement ¬
meat In I an asylum tu for the Insane InsaneThose IaeTbGM insaneThose
Those who are posted tfld on the affairs affairsof affairsof tralnof
of the Durkee estate ay that with the theexception tleexeepUoa theexception
exception of about fC6QOoeo 5500050 00 the re remainder ftmal remalnder ¬
mainder mal r of tbe first mortgage bonds Is Issued i iaued lsued ¬
sued by the Union Pacific Hallway Rallwa Company Com Company C CpaftJ ¬
pany were 11 in tbe possession of Chariest ChariestDurkee Char CharDurkee CharierDurkeee
Durkee at tbe time of o his hi death MrsDurkee Mrs MrsDurkee lIIraDurkee
Durkee has declared it is I said 14 that thatHarvey UtatBar thatHarvey
Harvey Bar Durkee her husbands haUbrothsr half halfbrother ulttarollMlr
brother who was also his hl private sec secretary Hefttaf1 secretary ¬
retary took possession of a tin box con containing eatalal eontafulag ¬
taining talal the bonds and some money mo on onthe 08tlte athe
the day of her husbands baDd deaths deathsWhen dea deaW1Ma deathWhen
When the first mortgage bonds were wereissued wereIuect wereIssued
issued these were ere considered by b bI many as aspractically aspractically
practically valueless TalI They Tbe were to ma mafor nutfor runfor
I for thirty years aad were ere secured prac practically practlelIr proetically ¬
tically by nothing more than a roadbed roadbedwithout IOaOedI roadbedwltboat
without market value valueCharles TalueChari valueCharles
I
Charles Chari Durkee however had faith fait ia iatbe tatbe s sthe
tbe result It of the enterprise and pur purchased purclaued purchased ¬
chased all tbe first mortgage bonds he hecould hecould
could o Some of the Issue It to said ha habought bebought
bought for 4 cents oa the dollar Seven Sevencents Savescents
cents It to also saM Is I the U highest t price pricepaid I1eepaleI pricepaid
paid paidSoon paidSoon
paleIIooD
Soon after the tie filing of the t suit by byJohn b1Job byJoha
John Job A Kuykoadall in the local court courta co coa tourtp tourtpa
a similar suit It was filed by b Leonard LeonardBtaladell LeoaanlBlaledell LeonardBinisdell
Btaladell and others ot who claimed to be bethe bethe
the legal 1 heirs of Charles Durkee Mr MrBlatedell MrBlaacsn MrBlalsdell
Blatedell had married a niece Ieee of Charles CharlesDurkee Chari CharlesDurkee
Durkee DurkeeHe DurlleeHe DurkeeHe
He first prosecuted his hi suit Il before the theCourt tb tbCourt theCourt
Court of Claims CIaI He was unsuccessful unsuccessfulthere unsuccessfulthere
there and then had recourse to the Su Supreme 81tpteI8fJ Snpieme ¬
preme Court of the District It appear appearing appearI appearing ¬
ing I to the court that John A Kuykendali Kuykendaliwaa
was the regularly re appointed administra administrator ¬
tor of the estate of Charles Durkee it itrefused itrefused
refused CUed to entertain the claim elat of any anyone anyone n nODe ¬
one except aa made through the admin adaatnletrator administrator acladatntor ¬
istrator tntor
USE OF KNIFE IN INDr INAPPENDICITIS
APPENDICITIS CASES CASESDr A8E A8EDr
Dr Castelli Addresses Medi Medical Medi Medical Medical ¬
cal Society of the District DistrictDr
Dr Caatem delivered an interesting interestingaddress IDtet IDtetadd Intereatlatiaddress
add address on the us us of the knife in IDJMtMIIcit ap appendicitis eppeildieltie ¬
pendicitis cam before the Medical 1eaI So Society Soclet Society ¬
ciety clet of the District of Columbia last lastnight JaRDialat lastnight
night ia the Georgetown College Colle law kwbulldlag lawbuilding ta tabulldl
building bulldl Owing Owt to his exhaustive study studyof studyof tudyof
of 1M i he subject la Europe rope Dr CastelH Is Isregarded I Ireprded isregarded
regarded aa eminent authority on ODeaaee die diseases dieeases ¬
eases of the abdomen abdomenResort abdoJDeDReHrt abdomenResort
Resort to surgery In treating tnatla appen appendicitis appendicitis PJMl PJMldlelt ¬
dlelt dicitis Dr Castelli thinks should fol follow tollow follow ¬
low after fter oUter met methods fall He be believes be11eY belleves ¬
lieves 11eY that rational medical treatment treatmentgives treatfWnt treatfWntPYa treatrntSties
gives better results in the majority of ofcaaea ofCMeIJ ofcases
cases than the surgical operation operationDr
Dr CasteiU appealed to tbe record In InaMII ntcases < n ncases
cases aMII treated In tbe ItaloAbysslntor ItaloAbysslntorwar
war where hftf It was demonstrated that the thechance tlHcllaDe thechances
chance cf recovery were better with without wlt wltat withort ¬
out surgical Ical Intervention In penetrating penetratingwounds peaetratlqof penetratingwounds
wounds of tbe abdomen abdomenDr abdomenDr bdomenDr
Dr Castelli declared that it was 11 the therule tltenle therule
rule la cases caae > of appendicitis for the theweak thek theweak
weak k patients to live and tbe tbeoaetI stioni stioniones front frontone
one ones to die He pointed out the neces necessity necsIt necescity ¬
city It of care In the diagnosis of thin die disThe dtsThe dieless
less The necessity for surgical inter interventton Intertlolll Intervention
ventton tlolll within tltla twentyfour or forty fortyeight fort fortact fortyeigat
eight act hours oun he thought would oulcl depend dependIn
In I greater degree upon the physical con constitution eo eotltutloa eonetitutton ¬
stitution of the patient than upon hia hiaapparent hlaapparat biaapparent
apparent condition In conclusion eoloa Dr DrCastelli DrCaatelll DrCastelli
Castelli said saidProm salelJrota saidFrom
Prom these observations I have n de deduced cIedaced deduced ¬
duced the conclusion cODd that IB doubtfulesses doubtfulcans
cans of appendicitis aa examination Iaaa of ofthe orw ofthe
the blood might constitute the confirm confirming cenftnnI confirming ¬
ing I data of diagnosis sad a if aa Interven Intervention lateneRtloa interrentios ¬
tion were e Judged necessary It wouM wouMtake won wontall OU 1 1take
take tall place at a more favorable f time timethan tlm tlmthaatlaat tlmethen
than thaatlaat that usually unall selected aamefy when ahenall whenall hea heaall
all the symptoms shall ball have ba been de developed denlopecl developed ¬
veloped
CSONS SONS OF oFiHiR oEi THE REVOLUTION REVOLUTIONirr EYoT1oNI EYoT1oNFavor OLUTION OLUTIONMAKE I I
MAKE irr nnnrNT APPAL MLFavor APPALFavor APPALoEi
Favor Demonstration of ot Pa Patriotism Patriotism Patriotism ¬
triotism on July 4 4An 4Ala 4An
An ur urgent nt uppeai for a apablle apablleatraU public demon demonstration dem n natratio ¬
stration of patriotmm ea the Fourthof Fourth Fourthof tJa tJaor
of July wu made by Htotortaa I Barry BarryBalkier Barr7BuIkAq BarryBulkiey
Balkier at the anal a a 1 meeting tlq of the theSons theSou theSons
Sons of the ftevolntteu Society of the theDistrict tltttDletrkt theDistrict
District of Columbia held last evening eveningat Yenlqt
at t the New Wlllard Hotel Mr Bulkleypoke Bulkley Bulkleyapoke Bullde Bulldespoke
spoke poke of the diminishing dim interest taken takenit takeDic takenii
it ii these then celebrations and called upon uponthe UpoDthe uponthe
the members aa a patriotic body bod to toaroue torove toaronee
rove more enthuataam at than has h been beenhown beeDacOWD beenehowu
hown acOWD In the past few f yean yeanMr yearsMr u uMr
Mr Bvlkleyi Bulkl address ad was w in line with witha ltb ltba
a similar mllv appeal male by b him some sometime sometfme sometime
time ago He said the yearly celebra celebrations eelobrtlo eefobratIoas ¬
tions tlo bad been falling fal off In size Iae and aadfenor andterror I Iterror
terror year ear by b year until at present presentthere pre presentthere Dt Dttbere
there was but little interact Iate shown He Heasked HelIed Heasked
asked lIed that the meattbora of the society societyunit IOClet IOCletDDIt societyunit
unit with wit him Ia inaa effort to reestab reestablish rfH reestabliedt atab atabUab ¬
lish the old form of paying IDe tribute to tothe toI tothe
the I It day dayAttention ca caAtteaUoa dayAttention
Attention was also called t to the movement move movemeat moeaeat
meat of the Mary Washington Wa lDStOD Chapter Chapterof
of the Daughter of the American AmericanRevolution AmerIcaDItnolutlonto Americanfevolutloato
Revolution Itnolutlonto to rake a allmd fund for tbe com completion eomplftlOJII completion ¬
pletion of the tbe Continental Memorial MemorialHall MemorialHU MemorialHall
Hall A plea to aaalst in raising tbe tbececesaary tbeceeea1J thececesary
cecesaary sum to carry on this tltl work workmet workmet ork orkmet
met with It It substantial response MapoaseFollowing responseFollowing
Following FoUowl the routine of business bulD the theelection theeleellolll theelection
election of officers was held The fol following fol10lq following ¬
lowing were en elected electedPresident eMctedPrlchDt electedPresident
President Admiral H C Taylor rice ricepresident neepresldeDt vicepresident
president P P B B Sands ade secretary
Charles Char L L I Our Qurle Guriey ley treasurer Balch BWilson B BWilson BWlla
Wilson Wlla registrar strar Charles H H Campbell Campbelland Campbella Campbelland
and chaplain the Hey Randolph H HMcKim H Helt HMcKim
McKim elt D D DBoard DBoaid DBoard
Board of manager Gen Prank PrankWheatoa FrankWheaton ull ullWhatoa
Wheaton retired retl Frederick W HaWe HaWekoper HuldelIopw Huidekoper
koper Irving Hall Den Dalap lap Albert F FMarsh FManit FMarsh
Marsh Gen Royal 071 T Frank retired retiredR
R 3 Chilton Jr Commander Richard RichardD
D Davenport venport Dr John J Van V Rensselaer Rensselaerand RenuelaerColoDel RenselaerColonel
and Colonel Morgan MorganAddresses 110 MorganAddresses
Addresses Add were ere ahomade also made by b the Her HerMr aeYMr RevMr
Mr Pierce General Geaeral1hMtOlt Wheaton and Dd Arehi ArehitaM AmItald Arehfrald
I taM Hopkins forme rertpnat teraoll president of the thesociety theaoclet thesociety
society aoclet The season was well ell attended
A r Stirring Novel Novell The Captives of 0 f the Czar zar lorSil1 orsii3fen of Sili tlon an Exile ExileBy
By WM MURRAY GRAYDON
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all 011 riT exiled f to t h silwia Tar two twoT mm meet meetu meet1n
1n T 1n nrtea and u Ionn Ic vw nw friends Verm rnIrap ea escapee escapees tapM tapMatr l lIIJrU1It
s scants IIJrU1It ate with ith them With tool tools which wfcicfeumwhe wIIidae
e furnish iliry t Ihrr hr brrak ak out and overpower overpowerj o ot
t i ir guard j < j11 htT h > taking with itb them tthe tthef the thenin thee
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t MID and l 1iarUliiM they t y strike rik tb the invat invatvlTUN t tIworiall tr
r w vlTUN Iworiall j p > tOt t ro mad d to Vladivostok VI Vladivostokt attivOfltoit attivOfltoitlIlIlr alosg alosginiir
t tenor iniir Lninc Ijinm that Xai xaarey < ini i ia tni traveliag traveliagr eih iIIc iIIct c crrrt
r n w rrrt t Jiix rlI t < > n in fhr aam > dinitina djn tioa t tand thfoJ thfoJh the theLtr
h Ltr and upturr turr him MO aM and using hit hi hitravel p ptrari1
T travel Ira I lusnrionsly lu < I rju I in hi his sleigh lio lrh Mmdoff MmdoffiT Me Naado Naadoft
ft 1 ass z iT > < icH Sliamirib w a a Coaaack ct ctr M sad M Mthi
1 r es < the wif f pf I an oflkial Zamosc Zamoscid Za h hi
id 1 in the tlo neigh neighI > l iKh iKhiiuttifu
I I iiuttifu nottin ttir I t top f > at t Big Rt where Xamocc XamoccL1
n t L1 hay > tiinwvl r 0 nvlr > v r monoy to pay the thetli dier
r D tli < iimandanta a alJlPOititwaa alJlPOititwaaj alJlPOititwaaIljlflult iiciona iicionaimmuit wan want
j
t immuit M f an exHtinu nature follow followi loa loaI
I and i comftanions t prevent th the CX CXl Cw Cwc thefrom
c from r v Iillll l toy > y v huldill huldi v up Zamoac Za a ali se seTL
11111 TL li Hnaly 1i11l1 baffle ham their puree by byth byIt byr
It a Dtt ate an th the ice e oa which 1h tb break breeke bt bei btZamosc be beI
i I ill i tills thmZamosc tillsLamoec
Zamosc loci no time ia making lDakllllCt good goodof geedt
t t of his voice olc and he was sheeting snoutinglustily abeet abeetlustily sheetinglusrily
lustily for help hf > lp when hfD Sandoff regained regainedh re reH
H + h shore By B the > rd It of a huge boulder boulderShiimarin boulderhamarin I IhamarlD
Shiimarin < mounted one of the tbeAs fbeJ horses horsesl
As l < it happened bPPf > OM to t > be the smal smaller of ofihr ofh
1 ihr hr h two Samloff mounted the other ther and aadt aMt andbI
t bI Ip1 < lpfi l I Vera up behind him A Alater mot mothu moaeatlater
later hu < 1 the t hf fugitives fURl I ves vanished over the thecr tlaecrf thecr
cr crf Ft of th U next ridge ridgeBucces rldelIucet ridgeA
A Bucces succession > lon lit < > f thick forest and rockatrn roek roekB roekr1n1
B atrn ri an n ravtn r1n1 < s made marl progress slow alo sad aadpainful aII4p sadpunful
painful p tI IJI Day Dl came amf revealing veallng a barren barrenarl barr barrenand
arl desolat < ountry r stretching aa tar taras Caras taras
as the 1 h4 > eye e could ou Id reach la 1 front roDt of the thes UtefUlIi thefueirjes
fUlIi fueirjes I > s towered a range of lofty loftytairiF mows mowstitins JDOUahit
tairiF hit F Afttr three or four hours of ofI1t dill dlttrnlt dillrding
rnlt I1t rding Tdln they reached the th foothilto foothiltoth footlllUIathr1Hlvts foothillsthnlselves
thr1Hlvts th Ti solve and their horses thoroughly thoroughlyrxhaunted tbo tboha thoroughlycxhaueted
rxhaunted ha u < td Here Her the latter were r rrld abaa absadr abaadtiJ
dr dtiJ rld d and aDdlbe the ascent was begun IH PD on foot footA footA footA
A long and wearisome climb brought the therrfuKcpu tarffl therefugees
refugees rffl fA to the top and here their eyes eyesW eyeswere
were 911 W < T > gladdened by tbe sight llht they had hadIODK 1Ia4IODgd badlonxud
IODK IODgd < d to s see e The mountain and the therooikd UleWooMIf theWnodd
WooMIf rooikd bills bm at Its baa base sloped oped gently gentlyto gsatlyto tI tIto
to the I bf eastward t ard for half a doses miles mfleaBHl milesan n naD
aD BHl beyond were tbe fair f blue water waterof watersof at atof
of ih I h Japan s Spa a fading tatlt away into IlitohorlzoD the thehorizon thehorizon
horizon Near car the share lay two Mack Mackobjects WukotJItlIItiIamrII blackobJ
objects otJItlIItiIamrII obJ ctasteamera steamer without wll doubtit doubt doubCh
h i wa was lau la t in the afternoon whoa w Ute thofutsKivea UtefU thefugilives
futsKivea fU 11 et dr drew < near the sea Oa OM alight alightrtix alightrtdg lIptrtI
rtI rtix > crowned crown d with pine tress lay he het Ht1l betn
t1l t < n them and the desired goal goalThey coalThey goalThey
They crypt through the valley with withI wtt withalt
alt I w and cautious u t u t lous steps fearing either eitherto eitherto It Itto
to to meet O C4sad8 Co sacks who had come to the thecoas tItecou thecoast
coast from Vladlvovtok 1lad I dlvostoll apprised of the theti theci
ci 1 u la I ion I by tlel t le5raph aPla sr to Iae OY OYbkn over overtakn
ti bkn n by b Colonel Nord and his party partywii part pattyw
w wii 1 fur all thy knew might have Myet been beeafollowing beento
following t to I ljfdn ow Ing them sluee sine the previous 10 night nightThe DIeMTbf nightThe
The fir are thing to to get a good lookat look lookat leekat
at those vpsneto 14 lying lJ oft the tMld shore ahoreata shoreatd
ata ld discover their tIMtIrtilwjnJr aattoawltty said saidKuiidnB saidi
i KuiidnB KuiidnBAt tilwjnJrJaqly nudIItt
At this momsnt a tills shot sbe rang raagfijiirply rangs
s fijiirply Jaqly on the air sad was 101 followed by bya bJa bya
a B second > < ond report aim dstd a tarootoua ugaoI yell yellthat yellthat 11 11t
that t ba came from f BO humaa throat throatsome IInMrme tkrslttFome
some rme wild wildand a a Id hoaatl nattered fiausgtf tlsrtiofand fiausgtfana
and as he spoke a maafs voice cried criedHelp 1Mlhlp rod rodI
Help I + rlp H Hl Hdlhl I ITh
1 lhl Th h trag Ira1ror dyfor iy for such It seemed ssimia to he heUB lieal beleas
leas UB taking place but a few yard pardta1J yard die dlstaut dietsl
taut tautliiile ta1J t IIlie
liiile I J 11f in hand Sanded Sand ran forward for fora lorIozn fora
a dozen yjirds rdll or more moreI and peered peeredthrough peeredtrough
through I the thick foliage foU fata tst a circular circularoi ereu ereull circular01u
oi 01u ll > u glade Iadc In the center of tide roes roe roeft
ft rounded t ullr iI I r six lx or eight fast MtII high highporch WghprchtI
II prchtI porch pc rcJt4 i on n the rh top IIPII wit a young aaaa malea aaaariklng
II riklng king b hlo bw is after Mow 110 With WIdarl1 a clubbed clubbedrIli tuhw i irifi
rifi at a t I n nlId > d ttgaroat sr t which wUeawas whichnasmakid
11 nasmakid was uukkii fc uiL Itdlrlsaptatbb I L < NrU at get aihtsa
Lt dglk at the atrangor IatIdo at aterI
toaatf a cry af meld aurprtoe MCaa Qua it ItaIMIIL be he heho behe
ho amid send MY Yea It sorely to What Whatcan WItalcaa Whateaa
can he he dates datesH tobNt tobNttIId ddswHe
H He did not fintak the sentence t for at atthat atlaM atthat
that Instant the tiger t cat prang fairly fairlyto ratrlJto fairlyto
to the top of the boulder and seised the theunfortunate tbe1hIlort1laate theunfortunate
unfortunate man by the ankle uk It Itno ItDO was wasno
no time for hesitation ltaU Sando boldly boldlyAdvanced boldl boldlf boldlyadvanced
Advanced from f the bushes and taking takingaim takbIIala takingala
ala at t Ute tigers head fired red The brute bnterolled bruterolled
rolled backward in his Itl death struggle strugglewhile strugglewhile traglewhile
while tbe rvacued r man half fell fell1 fell1J half halfJuutped baitjumped
jumped J front the rock ad Urnped to toward to toJudd toward ¬
ward Judd with amaaemeat Dt aad grati gratitude gratitade U Ut1lle ¬
tude visible oa his nee neeI rae raelow faceI
I low owe ow you my life Uf he said kattlyThat huafclly huafcllyThat 1 1TIaat
That waa a good shot of yours I fired triedtwice firedtwice Iredtwtee
twice at the brute but tailed to kill killhim kiDhi killbias
him hi ad my steward tew who was with wI wIta me meraa metan
tan oL The coward wont atop top topIII now na naIII u uIIi
III h be pta to the yacht yachtThe yachtrite t trIM
The yacht cried Crle Saadoff adoIr hoarsely hoarselyla
1 la your yacht t here But dcat you youknow JOIIIaow youknow
know me Maurice vtce Dupont No of ofcourse oreoane ofcourse
course you dont I am Victor VictorVietor SaadoK SaadoKVictor SaadoatVictor
Victor Sandoff The other repeated repeatedthe repeatedthe ted tedtIte
the word la aa a assessed tone Can it itreally Itbe itrealty
really be you How came you 70 70YR here hereYou hereYea
You who were seat at to Siberia I heard heardabout eartbeNt beardabout
about H kIt it was fI uajant tyrannical tyrannicalBoth tyrannicalMoth ca1 ca1JIotJa
Both were silent t for aa Instant think tldakof thinklag tmnking
lag of the time when w they had badIa hst mot met mgtin metin
in one of ofthe the aristocratic Ue clubs elu at 8C 8CPtrbur ItPWnWg StPNrsberg
Ptrbur PtrburTall PWnWg PWnWgrtt PNrsbergTell
rtt Tall MM sad Dupout what whatt what1kW8J does doesthto doesthis
this t maaar maaarBrtefiy msarStudy
Study Saadoff llando recounted Ute story of ofhto efIt ofhis
his It escape and wl wlaad w wbea he pawed pa paa8d pale paleand
and agitated qttat Maurice Dupoat took both MtItof bothof
of his hand in his and hold them there tIIereYnr thereYour
Your troubles troab are over my old oldfriend oldlewd
friend 111 be said with 1t1a tear In Inhto iaIt Inbe
hto It eye eyes Tonight t tclark aa son aa it to todark isdark
dark cam come down do to the shore hon You Y will willfind willI willfind
find I a boat there with one of my men in init IDIt inIt
it and once safely on my yacht I defy defytli detJt defythe
tli t the Oar himself to take you off You Youmust Yo YoJttUIt Yousquat
must squat be careful though t for a Ruaoiaa Ruaoiaacorvette ltssracorvette laD laDeOMett
corvette eOMett to lying < at t anchor aaeltorwatehte near me mewatching mewatching
watching for a couple of poor devils devilswho denlawlao devilswho
who escaped ia I a boat hem the convict eoavtctisland oaYlet1aad convictisland
island 1aad of Saghallen s 1 last week Ir Ia fact facton
oae 0 on of the Russian otic o leers eta came ea out with withme wttltm withme
me m today He H to somewhere mew at hand handnow handmow ad adBOW
now with a couple of my men You YnI see seeI seeI
I have IlIaT been wintering wlatera at t Vladivostok Vladivostokand Vladivostokand k kaDd
and earns cam ea up k here r a day da or two t we ago for fora fara fora
a little sport before starting rtl for la belle belleFrance belleIraacebut belleFrancebut
France Iraacebut but stop I bear footstep footstepKeep 100UlepaKeep footstepsKeep
Keep yourself and your companions well wellbidden well8adoC wellhidden
bidden Sandal and aa soon a as It ia iadark IIIdar1t isdark
dark make k your JO way to the beach You Youwill Youwill Youwill
will find the boat opposite my yacht yachtwhich pclatwldela yachtwhich
which you can identify tUJ by the red lan lantern 1aDta Iantern ¬
tern In the how Quick They are com coming 00JlNDe eomm ¬
ing m g
ingThe gThe
The Frenchman JlNDe strolled at ataeroIe leisurely leteurelyacroaa leisurelyacross
across the glade while SaaoV if darted dartedlate dartedta dartedInto
late ta the bushes sad made his way wa back backto IIadtto backto
to l thamaria Pmarls and Vera with his Itl burden burdenof burdenof
of Jarful JoF1Tbrouldt new newThrough sews sewsThrough
Through the remainder Iader of that abort abortafternoon shortaftrneon bort bortaft4llaeOa
afternoon the fugitives I1ICIU lay Ia Iatlte concealed tomaledamong concealedamong
among the rock oa o tlte1t thetuauait of the theridge Uterl4 theridge
ridge rl4 sad 1Id when darkness aa came ea they theycrept theycrept 7 7crept
crept cautiously a dowa to tIM edge of the thebay tlHIlAM thebay
bay Iwo Lea than a mile 11e from from chore 0 lay laythe Ia Iatlae laythe
the ateaaa yacht t Qreaelle easily 17 ditingohed dtotta dtottagutohed 1atIa 1atIat1M
gutohed by the red light Pt that tutbOID swung swuagfrom swungtrap
from Its It ItIt bow bowIf bowIt
It If your Mead tails tal to keep his word wordwe WOI4we wordwe
we are toot cot to said Shamarte H HhMtltat Hbetltate He ay ayeetltate
hMtltat betltate U aaauafe as wwe such sue a aJIa risk riskHe rt rtH
H JIa wont t hesitate laealta sad IutcIfall he ice wont woatfall wontfall
fall interrupted Sandoff with wltltWltat decision dedatoaThere decisionThor
There What to that now nowA DOWA sowA
A boat cried Vera V Joyously and so soIndeed sowd soindeed
Indeed it waa It toy Ia upon upq the tbeu beach beachadvanced beachsad
sad u the f1IcIU fugitives drew w Dear a man IDUMYaaeed manadvanced
advanced to meet them tlaem1 a middleaged middleagedbearded middleagedWarded kNleapdbNrdecI
bearded sailor wearing wllarlD tbe blue 41 sad aadwhit uelId sadwhitte
whit whitte Id uniform Iro of the Oreuelle He H bowed bowedpolitely bow bowpoUW bowedpolitely
politely to Saadoff and said The boat boatla boata boatis
la a wattteg moaaleur I tear w we shall shallhwve hallbite
hwve J bite a rough paaaage P for Ute sort Is tohaftvy IstM ishssey
haftvy slti mi fits wind to rtotog rtotogI
I TJasa hen the aoouor we atari l tile bet hot ¬
ter ter and Spade SaadoC aaewrthi aawurorW lie th aaawr aaawrla cantles cantles1n
la his II own tongso tongsoThe toagu toaguThe t tboat
The boat was sot small aJl and WI without dim dliidulty dimcuny
cuny Nit it was w dragged down to the edge edgeof edpof didgeof 1
of the surf with wit Vera Mated la 1 the tbestem thestern I
stem at ra The three men pushed the craft craftout eraftoat craftout
out through the surf orf Thenthey T tlteJ sprang
I In and Saadoff and tbe sailor fell to the theoars tbeoara theoars
oars Vera and her brother meanwhile teiswhileballing meanwhilebailiac JDe wblte wbltebatU
batU balling out t the water that t had been beenflung beendung
j
flung 8 over Ute side sidePull we wePall sidesPull
Pull with tla all your eMIr strength my mytrlM
friend tr trlM ad aid Saadoff It it t will h Ite no > a easy easymatter euyIIIMt maymatter
matter IIIMt to gala the dieTIae yacht yachtThe yachtThe
The wind waa blowing toward the thebere tilehe theshore
shore bere Bach sch moment t It seemed te la lacreaoo Iae Iscreau
creaoo e ia violence YIole and tbe sea to grow growrow crowAftea growmore
more tnebaiptt Aftea Alt a period iJI iJIJIOI4NI its y yrowng
row rowng Saadoff noted with alarm thatthe that thatthe lltatthe
the boat was being bet carried In till direc direction dlreetloa dtrectton ¬
tion of the U Russian R corvette Again Del aadagain Delapla andagain
again it t waa headed tor the crimson crimsonwake crioa crioawaJt crimsonwake
wake waJt of the UII lantern t and each time tll the thewavea tliley thewaves
waves y buffeted It persistently out of its itscourae itscourse ta taCOV1Ie
course Shamans relieved Saadoff at atthe atthe atthe
the oar oa hat with wtt ao better result Thesituation The Thesituation Thedtaatlea
situation was becoming alarming alanal The Thesky Tlaew Thesky
sky was w overcast with ltb dark murky murkyclouds IDDrk IDDrke1cMlda murkyclouds
clouds aal as l the wave tossed t the trailcraft frail frailcraft fraileraft
craft abou at t will willSuddenly wilLI wllLSoddenly
Suddenly I a ruddy Ma Mar was neon on onthe o otlte onthe
the beach Then a rocket with a lu luminous Ia1DoaI inmisous ¬
minous 1DoaI blue wake whtosed high In the theair tIteair theair
air ad before bel
the fugitive could re recover Ieco recover ¬
cover co er from their surprise a similar tml tmlDal sag aigaal sagsal
sal was i iI seat up time tile deck ecll or Ute Uteeon thecorvette
I corvette corvetteWe eon corvetteWe te teW
We W have been tracked to the shoresaid shore shoresaid
said 4 Sandoff The Coaaaeka moat have havewe havecome ve veOIU
come we up from Vladivostok and now they theyare th thare theyare
are signaling allIMtJl t to the corvette either to to1M tobe
be on 0 the lookout or to send DCI a boat In InMeat tL tLIIJreq InMost
Meat likely Ute tatter said SVm Skrmarls a aaria i iaria
aria Look Lights Ll ta ire are moving DC e edeck
deck and I leu eaa hear the rattling rattlto jf jfcbal teul t tchaise
cbal chaise chaiseThe
cbalThe
The poaalMUty 1I1I of recapture when whensafety whensafety 1Ma 1MaafetJ
safety was so near at head dlanwyed dlanwyedthe di 1 1tlte asyed asyedthe
the fugitive fU tI TN The boat was la a apoetUou dangerous danger daagerposition
ous position being w directly between the thecorvette tIteotte thecorvette
corvette otte and the tlaeWe sho shoWe shore shoreWe
i We may ma be saved ed jwt cried Sander Sanderhoarsely Sandoffhoarsely BaD
hoarsely 1 Pun straight for f the yacht yachtpull JMbtpull yachtpull
pull as you sever pulled in your live lIy Ives It Itto ItIs ItI
to I our last chance chanceThe cbanceThe
I The men tugged t desperately 1 at the theoars theto theears
oars sad to such purpose that the boat boatmade boatYlaible boatmade
made visible headway Itead toward the Oren Crenelle OftOe11e Orencue ¬
cue A about for help might JDIcIttbrouPt have havebrought havebrought
brought a boat to the rescue re but as It ItCould ItCUDld itCued
Could have been heard with wit equal d dtlnctneta dt dtUDetDeM die dieUuetnesa <
tlnctneta on board the corvette the th w orpedlent wpedient To Topedleat
pedient was w out of the question questionAnother QlleMIoaAJtOther questionAnother
Another uotshap 11Ibap was w close at t hand handA handAs 4 4As
A As the sailor for pulled desperately at his htooar b hisoar
loar oar It split with a sharp crack la I the themomeatarr theI themomentary
momentary I conf COIItoa asdoa ion that followed the theboat Uteboat taebest
boat swung uac broadside e to the waves and anda D4lerce anda
a fierce blast of wind coming 08al up p at that thattaataat that1alltaDl thatInstant
Instant over it went t In the twinkling twbakU of ofaa ofAll ofas
aa eye eyeSaadoff eyeSandoff r rSuI <
Saadoff SuI being on the leeward aide shotout shot shotout ahotODt
out and a downward ward going dear dttar un under > ler the thefew IbeIq theIcy
Iq water and coating to tu surface rf rff a afew
few f second later to find tbe capsized capstoedboat eapabedIIoat capsizedboat
boat half a dox dozen > n feet eet from ho him To the thebow thebow thebow
bow clung elu Shamarin submerged blDera t to the thebreast tIaeblle thebreast
breast while blle tbe sailor managed to crawl crawlupon erawlthe trainlupon
upon the stem Vera was not to be seen seenand NeD NeDI seensat
and as Saadoff made this t terrible discov discovery clleooTerr discovery ¬
ery his heart seemed to stand still tllI aDd aadhto aDdala andhis
I ala chilled limbs to lose their power powerVictor poerVietor powerVictor
Victor Victor Help me meHto meHIe meHr
Hto name wa wu called la feeble accents accentsand aeeea aeeeaaad accentsand
and he saw w a head and 841 an arm Boating BoatingIn loath loathI batingIn
In I the wavea wa between him and the boat boatAll boatAU boatAll
All else Iae waa Instantly ltI forgotten With Withthree WithtItree Withthree
three powerful strokes Mrok he reached the thespot theaDd thepot
spot pot and placed one arm tightly UlKI about aboutthe aIIoatth aaontthe
the th girls rr waist at wule ble with the other be bebeat beMat hebeat
beat the water furiously furiouslyI furloaal furloaalI
I will save lave Te you I will save 41 you OU Vera Veramy Verata Veramy
ta my darling 11q h h1dapered he whispered hoarselyThe hoarsely hoarselyThe 1 1TIle
The wore words came unbidden bWIIftI from rock hto very veryout TeIJIOU veryssvl
IOU ssvl out Thto mWeut of romraoa peril Pent had hadwrung adtIiIe badwrong
wrung from his Hp Spa the lb f eesfoaeten Mal feaatoa Ir III of a apaatlna aut apass
paatlna pass ON that ho had ehirbbd rherlahed HI aeom aeomliar aeerettar
liar tar mouths mouthsf v
f
Th The wind Mnof law t io aoat ttt down oawa toward towardr towu4UIIIIttu towardhit
hit ale thfienttgr tits arms towu4e he hecaught e
UIIIIttu caught r aught the keel aa ant f elamg there pressiag pivostaghis pressiaghto PNIJIII PNIJIIIJdI
his precious busies cJoat to hto side ftkSlow sideSlowly Me MeSlowly
Slowly Slow the space btusen betwwea the yacht and andthti Deltht andtbo
thti boat widened They were weredI1fUq weredI1fUqDftrer drif driftingg driftinggnearer ting tingnearer
nearer and nd nearer a to the long black bull bullof buJiof haltof
of the Russian u uDetter corvette corvettetbe merotieBetter
Better to die aoyr than co beck k to tollM tothe
the mines lIdDHbaeJr back to torture e and a living livingdeath IIIDKdeat livingdeath
death deat whispered I tmmirin a across the theheat tileboaL theboat
heat Good Goody fiatijnir I cant hold holdon boldOD holdon
on much 1B1Ie longer loelBaDdolr longerSndol
Saadoff could eou aAroptf A fi tnp5j His HI own ownstrength ow owIItreact ownstrength
strength was falttat fal fairM ami a deadly numb numbness aumbWai Dbwas
ness was steattaa stealing hm bin sorts aeaaas away awa Theheroic The Theheroic IMltenlc
heroic sailor Oor rcmalaeaT mute she faithful to tohto totala tohis
his trust tnIIl though tIMN aaHB9o f O fer cry 0 would have havebrought haveProtlgbt e ereenen
brought rescuers reenenI a t taw ajMt ajMtSuddenly a t tSuddenly
I Suddenly ucldeal the quick sharp rattle of ofoar oroan ofears
oar ears was a heard TbeWuad TIle itond eame nearer nearerand DereraDd nearerand
and nearer and Bialy a dim object objectpaaaed objectpaaeed objectpassed
paaaed close to the drifting boat It Itwaa Itct Itwas
was a gig ct from trot the corvette speeding speedingtoward speedingtoward peedl peedltoward
toward the shore shoreA shoreAs ore oreA
A A tbe dreaded object object disappeared In Inbe IDI inthe
I the be gloom Sandoff still hold to the keel keelthough ke keelthough l lQCb
though QCb his arm seemed to be tearing tearingfrom trlacfroai tearingfrom
from the socket With the Uaeot other ottpeer arm armbe anaI armbe
I be fiercely ilereel drew Vera to Ate breast t until untilher waUli untilher
i her cheek almost toaemM tOG tOGI t hi hiI his hisI
I love you yo I love you be cried criedpassionately erledpaaaloaateir criedpassionately
I passionately 1 I tell ye yet now Vera ia iathe IDtlte inthe
the presence of death Would that ut t1 it God Godhad God11MtcI Godbad
11MtcI had seen It to spare no u lor aaot another and andbetter aDdI andbetter
better life Ut In n land uHhaujt tyranny qra al and andoppression anelOPPIr andoppresefoa
oppression OPPIr tea But regret are area vain ItIs It Itto Itaweeter
I
to sweeter to die this t way together than thanto tato thanto
to be torn apart part awl dragawjd hack to tothe totlae tothe
the horrors of Siberia mbterlaf SiberiaHhti f ftheir I
Bit eyes met lerl ad 1te read Ie Iedaetr Istheir
II their swift Ift ante ajaae the echo of ofhto orowa ofhis
his own word wordWith words wordsWith orda ordaWlt
With one band she drew his Itl head headdowa beaddown
I doa Victor she walapered you youhave youhave 0 i
have made death sweet Its bitterness bitternessto blt
to gone That their Ups met aad as asthe asthe I
i
the waves wave thundered around aroaDdtbem them San 1 1off Toff I
off felt elt his bl hand slipping from the boat boatA boatA i
A low cry from the sailor 11Or rouged him himand Itlma himand
and a unconsciously UJtCOoscloul his Id finger tightenedanew tightened tightenedaaew tlPtene41OD
anew on the keel The spot pot where whereBbamarin whereSbamarln here
i Bbamarin had been n waa empty epttbe epttbebran emptythebrave tbe tbebrave I
brave fellow had gone down 0 For him himthere himthere
there t was all an end of toll and suffering sufferingAgain sufferingAgain derlallAplD I
II Again that tow 10 cry The seaman was waskneeling waskneeling
kneeling oa the capstoed ca craft staring staringahead staringahead tarln tarlnalaead <
rlnaHllnl ahead through the thecIooa gloom A boat a aboat aboat aboat
boat be cried hoarselyH hoarsely hoarselyHe boanel boanelI
I I He H to mad thought thot Saadoff He Hesees Ilesees
sees no boat bat even aa he strained strainedVera strainedVera tralaedv
Vera v to trig breast and felt the e Icy Ic Icten wa waters water ¬
ten rising rIl higher bl < her around aNa aim Im a dark darkobject darkobjeet darkobject
object shot torwa forward over the waves sad aada aa4a
a voice olee crief Sandoff Saadoff SaadoffThe SandoffThe
I The Th next Instant be aad his Itl burden hardenwere burdenwere lMmteere
were ere aaatcbed from the icy water tm and aadthen aa4then andthen
then remembrance left leftWbeD him himWhen himWhen
When his bl senses MIl returned be wa was waslying j
lying 17 warm arm and comfortable in a snug aeugberth 1dIufbertla snugberth
berth on board the it Crenelle A As ia a adre adream I Idream
dream dre be saw Mod face faeen eef about bout him and andheard aadIteard andheard
heard Maurice aur1cfI Duponta DlIpoatwiee DlIpoatwieeSan4otr Dnpontssvoice DnpontssvoiceSan4off voice voiceSandoff
Sandoff my dear fellow yon ou are safe safenow satenow fe feao
now ao The yacht to already Iread under way wayWe wayWe
We are re bound for France Fra ce It was Provi Provident Pnn1deD Previdente ¬
dent dente that guided us when w we started startedout startedout tartedout
out to search lKa b for you OU la the other boat MatWe beatWe j
We arrived Just ia < e nick of time tIbut tIbuttoo timebuttoo but buttoo
too late to save your companion The Thebrave Tbebrave Thebrave
brave fellow fello had gone down downSaadoff toO downSandell
I Saadoff SaD4 tr made ade aa effort to rise Vera Verawhere V Verawhere ra rawbere
where to I she a r be heSafe aaked sskedSate aakedSafe
Safe my m dear fellow ate and wen wenYou wellYou n nYou
You will 11I see her tomorrow tomorrowSaadoff torrowI tomorrowSand
I Saadoff Sand smiled 1 and Ma eye eWHe clooed clooedHe oloeedHe
He was sleeping peacefully peacefullyToward peaeefDUI peacefullyToward
I a
Toward the end of 0 the following June Junetbe J Jtile Junethe
tile areoelle QftD Grouch lIe entered eDt M the harbor of Mv Marsellles Mar Marseille ¬
I seille Rill and nd Sandoff and Vera V n Journeyed Journeyedby
I by rail to Paris Part accompanied by b MauriceDupont Maurice MauriceDupont ce I
Dupont DupontBut DupontBut I
I But little more remain to be told toldVera toldVera
Vera and Sandoff were ere married In Pariswhere Paris Pariswhere Pariwbere I
where both had friends and the honey honeymoon boa boaI honeymoon ¬
I moon was spent pest In Maurice Dupontavilla Duponta Dupontavilla
I villa at Asnlere They will never r re return esturn ¬ I
Itura turn to Russia unla nor have they Ute any aa de desire d dI desire ¬
sire air to do ao They Tbe live happily In Intheir Intheir i itbeir
I their adopted country but If they tlte are arespared arespared I
spared to the extreme limit of old ag agtbey age agethey I
they tbl cnn never forget the terrible ad adventures adi adventures ¬
i ventures they the shared together when wlteataptac es escaping toeapisg ¬
caping from the mines an of Kara or thatmemorable that thatmemorable tbattcJtt
memorable night tcJtt off the Siberian Siberian coast coastwhen COIUItpoor coastwhen
when poor Felix Sham Shamaria asla toot his Ute Utet Ufam lifeh
h m the as aa he tolled ao hard to roach rescbTMff roachTHKJDfO nee neeTB
THKJDfO TB TMff DD
iiiiF HEBREW WOMEN UMEN TO VISIT VISITWASHINGTON YISITTOMOHRO
WASHINGTON TOMORROW TOMORROWWhite TOMOHROhite
White hite House to Be Thrown ThrownOpen ThrovnOpen ThrownOpen
Open to Delegates DelegatesA
A visit to Washington to tomorrows tomorrowsprogram tomorrowprogram franow >
program of the third triennial trieaalaJtIGa eonvea eonveaUo esevonties
Uo ties of the Genial General Council CoudlW of Jewish JewtehWeaves JewishWmes
Weaves W now In naaalaa at Butaw Place PlaceTemple PlaceTemple
Temple Baltimore BaltimoreThe 8aItt 8aIttTIle li ittmsre ittmsreThe
The plaaa plan tor the day cia Include IDe a visit vtattto YIIdtto visitto
to the White Wtelloae Boose and the tb reception receptionof
of the t delegates de to the convention cOIIIyentloa by byMrs bJBoo byMrs
Mrs Roosevelt Boo Final arrangements for forthe forthe forthe
the latter function UDetle which hleJa to to be held heldat heldat
at 1046 at m were made mad by Secretary SecretaryCortelyou SecretaryCortelyon
Cortelyou Cortel over the loagdistaace leephone lee telephone elepoue ¬
phone yesterday yesterdayAspects yesterdayAspects eate a auAIpeCta
Aspects of Judaism Ja4a ia America AiDert AiDerttbe America who waatbe whothe
tbe special subject considered cou at mat matBights IMtDI lastnights
Bights DI t meeting of the convention eoaatJoaID8etIq Themeeting The Themeeting
meeting was addressed by b Miss Hen Henrietta Rearletta liearioetta ¬
rietta Ssod sos of Baltimore Mrs n Melds MeHdafappe Meldsappe elMa elMafppe
> fappe appe of Sioux City and Mrs Wlllia WllliaIIlIler WilliamMiller William WilliamMiller
Miller of Philadelphia PhiladelphiaThe PltlladelpblaTbe
The discussion d of the topic was pre preceded p pced peeceded ¬
ceded by b the presentation of the report reportof reportoC reportof
of the corresponding epoDdlq secretary eer ta Miss MtoaSadie MissSadie Is IsSadie
Sadie American of New York and by a abrief abrief abrief
brief address by Mrs Albert Stouasat Stouasatpresident Sioussatpresidentt i
president of the Maryland Federation Federationof Pedtt081of
of Womans Clubs Clubs convey conveying ecaft the greet greetings greltitlegs t tI ¬
legs I of that organization ft the council councilMra eoaae conadtMrs t
Mrs II Siouaaat 810 said Id that the local localtlon eo eotlon ec ectloa
tlon of the Council of Jewish Women Womenformed Woaeatoraaed Womenformed
formed a moat honored part of the State StateFederation StateFecJeratioa StateFederatioa
Federation of Woaaaa Womans Clubs and ad that thatH tlatk thatN
H gave her especial pleasure oa that thataccount tltatace thataccount
account to convey COD the greetings sad good goodwishes goodwishes
wishes of the federation to the council councilJewa couDtiIJ oouslilJews
Jews J and nel Gentiles O she said 14 share alike alikeIn alikein i
In the common heritage In the t spiritual spiritualaad spiritualand i
and literary influences Wuences of the Old Testa Testament TeataI TeataImeat Testameat ¬
meat The world It has never ver forgotten forgottenshe foU forgottenshe 1
she continued coatlD what t It owes to the Lion Uonof Lionof I Iof
of Judab and It can aever lose sight t of ofthe oftlte ofthe
the tact that the Law and the Prophets PIopMtafora Prophetsform Prophetsform
form the basis of an n our civil d lifeThe life liteThe lit I
The session took place la the main malaauditorium matDaudlteriaa mainauditorium
auditorium and was presided presl over by byMra b bHaua byMrs
Mrs Hannah Q q Solomon of f Chicago the thenational tlteMtIoaaJPntllhleaL thenational
MtIoaaJPntllhleaL national p S SSaafci t tRabbi
MtIoaaJPntllhleaLSlaW
Rabbi SlaW Xalpty Chow ChowA CawfcA C CA
A mute ute reminder of the life and aerv aervicoa ttena eerv eervIces
Ices of the former rabbi bbI of the tem temple IeDr templeRev > te teRv
Rv Dr Scold whose death occurred occurredmat ocearreelIaIt occurredlast
mat summer was had la his III vacant vacantchair neaatdatr vacanthair
chair hair which bld was a distinguished dIt from the theother tbeutIIera theothers
other by it its drapery of white ldte ribbons ribbonsThe rIbboIUIftIe ribbonsThe
The opening opeaI address oa the special specialtopic QecI1tople specialtopic
topic for the evening eal was made by bJKem1etta Miss MtoaHenrietta Misslienrletta
Henrietta oId S Ud the daughter 41 of Rabbi Kahbf3w BaIIbad RabbiSsld
3w Ssld ld ad and who w e to widely known for f former formerwork ter terwork 1terwork
work In connection with It the Jewish JewishPublication IetriaIaPubilcatloD JewishPnblicattos
Publication Society 1oeIeI Bar theme lDeiD was waaJudaism wasJudalass
Judaism in Jhe he Cities CIf of the United UnitedStates UDlte4Statea UnitedStdxea
States StatesA StateaA
A Bufopeaa Jew J she ae said laid Dewl Dewlane4 newly newlyarrived newlyarrived
arrived la I title country eoua T and unfamiliar unfamiliarwith unfamiliarwith Inar Inar11It
with 11It AmertcaDJewtall American Jewish affairs would be beoverwhelmed betonnrbebDed beoverwhelmed
overwhelmed with wtt the manyaided 1IIIaD7 ac actrrlty 1Iettrlt7Qr sctttfyor
trrlty ttrlt7Qr or rather activities actiYttl and inter interests laterj iater iaterestordlgious ¬
ests estordlgious religious and philanthropic laatJtrople of the thelewtoh tINJewWt theJewlab
lewtoh Jewlab people peep la America AaeyfesGesenewdiag Americataw AaerleafII
fII Gesenewdiag GesenewdiagAs I Iwnt
As nI t taw settlement of the t teJuaneter neatest aeutoatcharacter neatestebaeemter
character problem of the day the litepe dis dispersion a aperatoai
peratoai pe of the socalled ghettos to the thespeaker tIaespe thespeaker
speaker spe el expressed oodXPI Hull her conviction that thatsettlements hat hatsettlements ltatsett1el8eata
settlements Urge enough eDO to permit penalttlte of ofthe ofthe
the conditions of Jewish J life Ufeaad and of ofmodern ofodera ofmodern
modern odera life lit also 18oMe have beea found aad aadwill aad11I sadwill
will 11I continue eoetJto to be found the only 17 so solution solution solution ¬
lution for congealed ctty districts districtsMrs tiatrtetlIell4l districtsMrs
Mrs MeHda Pappe the next speaker speakertreated 1elreatfd speakertreated
treated ia her address adar of Judaism Jc a in intbe inthe
II IIthe
the Small Towns and Scattered Group GroupShe Or OrIte GroupsShe
She Ite sketched briefly brIeI the coaditioas tlou which whichinfluence wldelaIDftunce whichInfluence
influence the coming coml af many of tbe tbeJewish tbeJe theJewish
Jewish Je immigrants to this country The Tbeclrcumstancea TheelftUJ Thecircumstances
circumstances elftUJ utRDeeItare are such ac she said as to tomake toD1IIe tomake
make many grow up la ignorance of tile tile1011ou he heglorious heglorious
glorious and Inspiring htotory history of t their theirrace uar uarrace sIr sIrrace
race and the tendency te8deae to make them themforget uetaDd themforgetand
forget forgetand taDd and even for them to strive rlve to toforget t ttettbelr toarguetheir
tettbelr forget their origin sad eerythiag con eonseeted connected ODIIIteet ¬
nected teet with H HTalk tt ttTalb ItTalb
Talk Talb af Youaf Y Poafie PwIJIeTIte P1MThe PoafieThe
The next next speaker er lira MHIervpoke MHIervpokeof MIller spoke spokeof
of 0 Judaism I and the young people poop She Shecommeated BIlecoted Sheoosmeeated
commeated in her address on the tack tackof 1adtof leekof
of reverence renrea revereaeq C and the development Iopmeat of ofalarming ofIanDIDC ofalarming
alarming habits blta among the youth of ofall ofaI ofall
all aI sects Speaking Speak of the home beat life lifeshe Uf Ufebe lifeshe
she said quoting quoll the alarmist alarmistThe alarmistsThe 1anD 1anDThe
The Jewish boms to ao longer longerahriae Weer ashrine a arl
shrine rl the ready adJ sympathy PI of its in inmate t taate inmates ¬
mate mates to lacking I klns and 41 willingness IIU to helpone help helpone IMlpone
one another has beea supplanted n ted by selfishness sel selfishness 1 1ftalm ¬
fishness ftalm and worldliness kill The family familyhearth familyhearth
hearth to turned t Into a dissecting dlaaectl table tablefor tabletor tablefor
for those within UIaID sad without the home homeThey homeTbeJ homeThey
They attend divine dlyi service only by b com eoDIIpuioa compulsion compulsion ¬
pulsion or when wilt there to nothing tit else elseto elaeto elseto
to do or when they choose to meet a ncircle acircle acircle
circle of friendsCoatiDul friends friendsContinuing friendsContinuing
Continuing CoatiDul she said Oae One man of oflewtoh ofJewblt ofJsh
lewtoh ish birth Irt whose life lit aDd work twen twenty t tir twenty ¬
ty centuries after aftcrhts hto Jatato demise demiseerased caused him himto himto
to be worshiped aa a d God Get led te the thetemple theteIIIpIe thetemple
temple What splendid apleDdNbllD courage eaebUI eaebUIhim enableddbite
him to newly Interpret the aplrtt of Ju Judaism Judaim Judhism ¬
daism Implanted by the teachings oi o his btoparents biaoant hisnarents
parents parentsThe oantTite narentsThe
The officers and delegate te the con convention enyeDlWD ti n nvenU ¬
vention venU n were re the guests au ta of the t Baltimore BaltimoreSection altAoreStet BaltimoreSection
Section Stet Section OD at t a luncheon which was given givenafter Civcnafter givenafter
after the moraing session IOD at the Subur Suburban SoAbutban Saburban ¬
ban dub and nd later went on a slghtseelag sightsee sightseeing alKlttainc ¬
inc tour ia I the city under er the guidance guidaaceof
of the local IoeaIttoD section special cars con conveying eolY conveying ¬
veying Y the party prt to points of interest te tethe IDtlte inthe
the city eft the committee iUee in m charge cltar con constating ceD ceDala constating ¬
stating ala l of Mrs ra Charley Cbarl Gaaa Mrs HGrenstelder H HGreensf IIGrfclderad
Greensf Grfclderad Grenstelder elder and Mrs 11I Bra an Slum BhunHIS BIaJDBJ8 SlumE18
HIS fA1R H AMX A AL LIFT s S CRn CRn5GrfoIk 1CREtNud CRrr CRrrNorfolk
Norfolk Nud lk Landmark LandmarkCol LaadIllUkCol iandwLCol
Col A W Shaffer 8ha expostmaster p tter of ofRaleigh ofIelp ofRaleigh
Raleigh Ielp and a man of State prominence prominencewill 1 OIDiwill prominencewill
will tomorrow be burled here Strange Strangeto
to say ay net a allyl living soul ao far as can canbe eanbe canbe
be learned knows Colonel ShaRers Shaffersgiven ShaRersgiven er erKiw
given Kiw name Thirtyfive years he re resided reJded resided ¬
sided Jded in Raleigh but his hi most Intimate Intimatefriends IDUtefrlelld intimatefriends
friends were never Jnr ver able to learn what whatthe whatthe laa laathe
the initial letters lette A W stood tood for forEven forlyeD forEven
Even his bi widow Ido confesses that she never neverknew aeYerkaew neverknew
knew When President Froakl at Harrison ap appointed appointed p ppolattd ¬
pointed Colonel Shaffer Sbfatler postmaster here hereseveral hereseveral ere ereHYer1
several wager fIora were made that he would wouialbe wouldb woulll1M
b 1M compelled to disclose his name The TheGovernment TbeGovernment TheGovernment
Government required the full name ia iasubscribing IaubeeriblDI insubecribtng
subscribing to the oath of office This ThisColonel TldaColoael ThisColonel
Colonel Shaffer refused to give ay and It Itwaa Itoalr itwas
was only through tbro considerable cone cormapaMenco coneQODdeaee correspondence ¬
spondence that be was permitted to toUte aa aasume assume
sume the office without cut telling teO teOColoael his name nameColonel aniseColonel
Colonel Chafer near gave any aa reason reuoak reasoniv
iv he k kept Ida aaame a strict eeent
GIRL STUDENTS ROOMS ROOMSSEARCHED ROOMSSEARCHED ROOMSSEARCHED
SEARCHED FOR PLUNDER PLUNDERla
I
la Chancery C ucery While Faculty Leeks far ftravidaoa fargviioaca ftIrX
I IHAKlLTOJif
gviioaca gviioacaHAMILTON X avidaoaHAMILTON
HAMILTON Ohio Dec 4 oLTIae Tha UI UIta 116girl 1 1glri
girl students ta at t Oxford OIIfordwere Cotteajo tar Derwopes
wopes were locked up p la tM tMeltapel clips clipschapel
chapel yesterday while the member w s of ofthe ofUteJaeaJty ofthe
the UteJaeaJty faculty weat on a frutttaaa thief tikeheat thiefhunt tIddL tIddJw
heatFor hunt L
Jw a long t time girt at atr studest have havebeen havebeen
been missing articles 1UtJe of Jewelry from fromtheir rUte freestheir
their Ute bed chambers ea Small tams ofmosey of ofmoney of1DODeJ
money articles arue of Jewelry silk ateck ateckiaga atecklap Mockip
lap and skirts IrtaIt disappeared mysteri mysterio mysteriossly
ossly osslyIt o ly lyIt
It was finally decided by the tlteu notion authoriUea notionties
ties that a kleptomaniac was at t large Iarfat largein largete
te fat the school To settle the matter matteraad matterad matterand
ad to relieve Ite the innocent of possible poMible1lUaple1 possiblesuapleies possibleeuapleioB
euapleioB 1lUaple1 yesterdays natarda scheme wall tried triedWhen triedWItea triedWhen
When the chapel exercises e were over overthe 0ftIrIe overthe
the girl Ie were detained nod while bUe a committee com committee eoIDaUtee ¬
mittee of the faettl facuitl scut = went t through tlaro every everyroom eft eftNOlL everyr everyNot
room roomNot NOlLHot
Not a trace of tbe stolen articles anlc anlctoad was waatow wasfound
tow toad It la evMent that the theory theoryof uor theoryof
of the authorities was wrong but there thereis tIMrefeella theser
is a feeling feella of relief 1Ief that the litePkioD sus suscio n npfetoB
pfetoB cio that existed agataat several girls girlshas pro girlshas
has been D removed It to mow thought thoughtInto ttltat thoughtthat
that JI porn sneak thief must at have pt ptlato gotinto
Into the college eol eolThe collegeThe
The girl I students dM not resent t the theaction tileacu theaction
acu action of the faculty aa they felt that thatIf tltat1f8IIJ thatif
If 1f8IIJ any of their number 1I8r were guilty pUt pUtoapt she sheought sheought
ought to be exposed If not DOt they tlteJn wanted wantedall wooedall
all n to be free from fro suspicion suspicionLAWOOaT suspicionLAPOOX tetoa tetoaL
LAWOOaT L KPOO COCKTAILS COCKTAILSAnd COCETAILSA COCITAILSAnd
And A Other Decoctions r < t Compasjnood cpwanua by byllarvard ay ayBarvard
Barvard anua Student at lStItIer lStItIerQllabridp RtlerAabridga BwtJac BwtJacCambridge
Cambridge Dfcpatcfa hi New York l on Tribe TribeWilliam Tribwe TribweWilliam TrhaeWill
William Will H a Walker better known as
Butler to rapidly working his bl way wa into
the hearts hear a of Harvard men as one of ofthe oftie
the most popular characters of the nnl nnlveraity anlt nnlversity
veraity t In his own little kingdom in the
Harvard Union Butler rules with gra gracious gredous ¬
cious beneficent sovereignty There Therefrom Theftfro Therefrom
from fro behind bel his shining counter he deals dealsout deal dealotIt dealsout
out Ida own 0 peculiar drink concoctions concoctionsaad eoDCOCtloDeaad concoctionsand
aad makes himself pleasant to freshman freshmanand freahmanaDd freshmanand
and graduate alike by hia Ia pleasant word wordand wordad wordand
and smileButter smileButler smile smileButler
Butler has a monopoly at Harvard HarvardHe BanardHe Harvardlie
He to the inventor of cocktails the sue sueceaoar suecensor uc ucto
censor to Herbie Foster the medium
between bet a hungry students student appetite J and aadhis andIda endhis
his stomach His realm to the t lunchroom lunch lunchroom
room of the new flew Crimson clubhouse HU HUhoars HI4Iioara j ELoans
Loans are from 12 to 12 His H duties are areto areto I
to make change eaace make drinks make makesandwiches makeaa4w1obM makeaandwebee
sandwiches and Dd hot dogs oga aad always to tobe tobe
be pleasant even when a score of raven ravenous ray rayfreUu ravenOs ¬ I
ous Os freshmen freUu eg are clamoring for food foodButler foedButler foodButler
Butler runs his lunch counter on a anew
new and original plan Everything erytblng is isdone IsdoDe s sdone I
done on credit and until the moment of ofsettlement ofsettlement I
settlement comes be never knows what whathia whathis bat batJaIa
his student patroniaers bare une eaten tfloD Men Mencome l1encome Mencome
come in pick up a sandwich or an eclair eclairand eclairand I
and call for an egg sad milk Ilk Generally Generallythere
there are tea or fifteen of them at one onetime on onetlme
time Butler fills all their orders not kuow kuowlag kiowlag
lag who 1to baa called for what and only onl
heeding the voice that rings frpm somewhere some somewhere lIomeue ¬
where ue in his ears Two crimson floats floatsButler floatsButler
Butler or 001 I say a Butler give me an another Anot another ¬
other ot er horses neck neckWhen n neckWhen Clr ClrWhtD
When the student has satisfied his ap appetite appetite appetite ¬
petite he presents himself before the thecounting th thecounting I
counting comt ac machine aaefal cask in hand How Howmuch i imuch I Imuelt
much aays Butler reversing eralag the theordinary tb theordinary
ordinary dialogue of business a Two hot hotdogs hotdogs
dogs aDd aa egg and milk comes tbe tbereply tberepbr therePL I
reply replySoaMttoaoa
rePLoittmes
SoaMttoaoa oittmes the student etat merely 1 puts putsth putsthe I ItM
tM th right t change down do OB the counter counterand counterand
and walks away aa Butler never minds mindsthis mtDdat mindsthis
this t for he knows kaow the change eM to al always alw always ¬ I
ways w right rl bt In fact students t1ldea know brt bettor brtter brtter
ter the worth of what they eat than thanButler thanButler
Butler does and ad if he treated to toHlf him himself hintself ¬ I
self they would 0aJd always aJ get more than thanthey utI t > laI
they th deserved d deservedBence 7 7Since
Since HerMe Foster Foster r the father of oflate otlate oflate 1
late night lunches at t Harvard has gone goneaway piaewar goneaway
away war Butler reigns supreme His Hisconcoctions Icoaeoct1oaa Iconcoctions I
concoctions are the talk of tb the college collegeand collegeand
and bis Jaf name to more familiar than that thatof lltof thatof
of many Inan a member of tbe faculty ran It liver BverHarvard ETP ETPlianaid liverHarvard
Harvard man knows kDo Butler and every
Harvard man has tasted e his drinks drinksOne drbabODe drinksOue
One of the most popular of these to the theLampoon tileuLampont theiimpoo
Lampoon cocktail the art of which whichButler whichButler I ebButler
Butler says 87 la I known only to himself hlmaeUI blmae1lDel himselfand
I Del the editor of The Lampoon The Thename TIMDIII Thename
name DIII in itself to something unheard e of ofout ofowt ofout
out of college and many D a frellltaaprick freshman has haspricked haspricked
pricked prick up his bl ears n on bearing it for the thefirst tbeInt theRest
first tim tI time Sometimes after a bunch of ofupper ofIIIPper ofupper
upper classmen have VI ccme forward fOlWSldcallecl and sadcalled andcalled
called for this t drink a timid freshman freaJamaawill freshmanwill freshmanwill
will approach appro b the counter and repeat the theorder tJaeorder theorder
order Then 8 Butler will give the thenewctnaer lIaeDeW thenewcpmer
newctnaer DeW r some peculiar fizz and with witha wtthCgr
a disagreeable Cgr eabJe taste t te in his mouth mout the thefreshman tbefreaJuDaa thefreshman
freshman will go away awa to tell his mates matesof
I
of the splendid drink he has found foundButlers foundButler
fnacLl
Butlers Butler good nature ture however never neverlets Deyellet neverlets
lets let him lat carry this tlI matter too far ad andbe j
be always 1 evens up with tbe fresh freshmaa freshtan
tan a by b some someryodal rreclal al favor next time timeOther timeat timeOther fmbI
Other at concoctions < for which tlcb the genial geniallunch petalhaaeb genialmach
lunch man Is famous are re hs I crimson crimsonfloats e1maoa1IoatII rn imson imsonfloats
floats and 04 horses 1aone necks The Thecrimson TIleuC1 Thecrimson
crimson Boat is dedicated to The rlteBarnrd TheHarvard fbeHarvard
Harvard Crimson which lttelt has its officeon office officeon oEceon
on the same floor of the union aa the thelunch titleIuDclt thelunch
lunch counter It consists coai of aa a iced icedfomoaade IcedItlDOnade icedlemonade
lemonade with grape Juice oa o top and andfenka andleaks Dd Ddnb
leaks nb much mue like claret Butler fools foolsmany foolsaiaa foolsmany
many aiaa fresbmfnwith frellh freshmenrwlth I wi tit this drink clriDk making makingthem makiqt taskingthem
them t believe belle that f they are drinking driDkIDcItIr the thereal thereal
real air hir
ItIrA
A DOG THAT COBMTS COBMTSLiataaa comrrsIJIIt cOWtTSLises
Liataaa IJIIt to Alarm Strata and That TinRapt ThatJtmM T1IeItte
Rapt to the t Fin FinResidents PinL PinRetlldenUl Firefeoidlat4
feoidlat4 L JeuwalResidents
Residents in the tb vicinity dDIt of Otoeyville OtoeyvilleSquare OtneyvilleSquare Ie IeSquate
Square have been hearing earlqtde wooderTul wooderrItiles wooderTulteles
tiles tde recently receatl of a dog that to owned by byone h hODe byone
one of the occupants of a bearding beardiDaboue beardinghouse i ihouse
house near the corner of Bough Do Street Streetand Streetand j jand
and Olaeyville Square Even the Ore Oremen lintmeB Sr Srmen
men connected with engine company 14 14have Ithaft 14have
have been convinced colI IDce4I that this dog can caucouat cancount Ii IiCOSDt
count a fie alarm and start for f ta the fire fireTet IreYet SeeYet
Yet there arc som some 104 doubting doubt doubtwill persons who whowill rhe rhewill
will discredit cU cre41l the story storyWhether atOlJWhether storyWhether
Whether or not the dog to I really nn nnto equal equalto equalto
to the reputation repuLaU that it ha baa acquired red It Hto ItaD itis
to an observed fact that when w the t t1anD fire Irealarm firealarm
alarm 1anD rings there ia I a bell in I that vidnlty vi vicinity nchaity ¬
cinity the dog will 111 prick up p Its we weand ear earaad
and go through motions that give every everyindication everyIndication I IladleaUoD
indication that it to rcountiag counting the sum number sumbee ¬
bee of the box boxWhen boxWbea boxWhen 1IDm1
When the count to finished the day daywill daJrwtll daywill
will start at t something livelier than a adog adog I
dog trot ia one of several direction directionThere cllNeUoftttI directionThere
There are re not affidavits that it atwajra atwajraruns alwawruns Iw Iwnma
I runs in the direction of oftbe the Ire but butthere buttltere butthere
there are some me persona perao who be believe believethat bellneI believethat
that even that to a fact Nevertheless Neverthelessthe
I the tb dog has several routes which it tel follows fclIowa tellowa ¬
lows alternately as the fire I bell 1I rinx rinxSometimes rings ringsSometimes
l80metlm Sometimes it runs Up Manton toa Avenue AvenueSometimes AveaacSometimes AvenueSometime
Sometimes It is up Plainfield Street and andsometimes IUld0meUme andsometimes
sometimes it to down Broadway BroadwayThe Broadw BroadwTbe BroadwayThe
The animal is a brindle bulldog aad la isa laa laa
a great t favorite among amo the firemen Be Because e ecade ecause ¬
cause of its apparent interest in the eJ dpastment de department eJpartt ¬
partment Some persons who be have hoar hoarthe hcaJ hcaJthe be beu
the stories tort have doubted their truth nn nnwate1M4 nut nuthave i ihave
have watched for f the animal lmaI whoa tbe tbehall tbebelt thebelt
belt rang and each It time that it was > Ibearlac to tobearing b bhearing
hearing of the ben It started 4 oa a race raeaagainst raoeaplDllt raceagainst
against time
DISTRICT BAS I IHEALTHY IM IMF1EATYCOND1T1O
HEM F1EATYCOND1T1O F1EATYCOND1T1OComptrollers CONDITION CONDITIONComptrollers GONDITIONComptrollers
Comptrollers Report Re Reflects Reflects Refleets ¬
flects Prosperity Prosperityi
r
Figure shown fa tile etat statemset meat Just JustC justtalltmsd
C i by the Oapter Comptroller llr of the Cur Currency Curn Cureasy ¬
easy reflect a good condition of tbe tbelocal tbe1ocaI thelocal
local banks AeeordUg ac to the official officialry elklaly edcia1soetry
y ry the proportion of legal r roerve rto re reserve
serve to deposits ta ia 2638 per cent c atTbe atTbetotal The Thetotal Thetotal
total of loans aDd discounts since the thelast thelallt thelast
last statement two months JDODt ago to 13 113nS4d 13
77841 711 and the gold vi coin reserve CT bell bellby Milb1 bel t tby
by aB the banks to 172533 gold Tress Treasury T Tressury s sUIJ ¬
ury certificates eert1Aca 1012996 1012990 There were
11331 silver er dollars ra ha reserve reserveThe reaeMeTIM reserveThe
The total resources a airi 4 liabilities are areS27MB44ft 810TN8 areE7
TN8 S27MB44ft E7 > N3441 and ad tile lawful money mone ia re reserve reMrYe reserve
serve was 249S4i ftMlaure 249S4iThto 2496541This
This figure compares favorably rnorabl with withthat withtllat with withthat
that tor the last year yearOther 7 7Ot yearOther
Other Items It are areOverdrafts areOverdrafts
areUut
Overdrafts 1401 1413290 United States Statesbooda Statesbonds
bonds to t secure circulation 1419000 fj19oooUnited 1419000United
United States bonds to 0 secure United UnitedStates UDI UnitedStates rd
States deposits 1461080 451000 United State Statesboado Stateboada Stat
boada oa band 1148739 148730 Premium onUnited on onUnited onUted
United States Stat bonds ST72MW stock stocksecurities atoekFt stockysecurities
securities t etc 158152088 banking bankinghouaa bankingIrow nking nkingfUntlturf
houaa furniture and Dd fixtures 184 184atber 1284 1284TCfM
TCfM other real estate owned OWD 106 106Jl2 106
10 Jl2 72 due from national aatl al banks root rootreserve not notieaer no noreeene
ieaer reeene e agents 239677117 due from fromState fromStte fromState
State hanks and bankers etc WW WW1M 4 4 4919C6
919C6 1M due from approved reserve reserveageats I reserveagents Oreapeta
agents S3449t432C checks and other othercaah othfrcult otherash
cult Items 1323670 exchange for forclearing fo foeIearIq fordaring
clearing house 3724456 24C56 bills bill of other othernational otbrDatlo1 othernational
national banks 7130 fractional pap paper papHrCOrADe papercurrency r rcurrency
currency COrADe nickels and cents 7so0 7so0capital 750401 750401capital 750401capital
capital stock paid In 2775000 775000 surplus surplusfund surplusf surplusfund
fund f JI9O06010 49006010 due to otber national nationalbanks DatlonlIaDb nationalbanks
banks 29865094 29865094 298 50 4 dne to State banks banksand banksaDd banksand
and bankers 11087096 due to trujt trujtcompanies truJtr01Dpale trusteopspaniea
companies and savings Ylop banks 94 94au 94 94t 94t4a15t
43853 due to approved reserve agents agentsStU2 qentsst11112S1
st11112S1 StU2 l dividends unpaid t5f775 t5f775iD4h1dual 45775individual 45775 15675individual
individual deposits poBlta 1986041951 Unit United CDIted United ¬
ed States deposits 396ii9475 39653475 deposits depositsof
of United States disbursing officers officers2M 0ffiCtr8Ci5
Ci5 2M 75 liablitieB Uab JiUeII other han those thosoabove thoseabove
10 above boYe stated 1 1Uno 1200 1200MAINE 1 200 200HAUTE
HAUTE HUKTERS WILD RIDE RIDEPor RIDEFor
For Hearty a Mile He Clung lusg to toWooac1 a aWounded aWounded
Wounded Wooac1 Deers Back BackBaagor Backacor
Baagor 1 aagor Dispatch < h in New Tork l art WaldJesse World WorldJesse arid aridJesae
Jesse Abbott a middleaged man aad a ahunter ahunter ahunter
hunter of many yean ean experience of ofNorth orNort ofNorth
North Nort Sullivan bad an 11I exciting adven adventure advent adventure
ture t ia the woods wo recently He was waanut wasout wasout
out bunting deer and came upon a big bigbuck bigbuck bigbuck
buck buckHis buckHis buckHis
His first shot tumbled the animal animalover aDlmalover animalover
over end Mr Abbott supposed that he hehad hehad hehad
had killed IIm the deer Rushing aUllbiJ S forward forwardhe forwardh
he h cut tbe throat of his prize and Dd left lefthim lefttlm lefthim
him while bUe he < went in search of more moregame morepame morePame
pame He had taken only oa1 a few steps stepsvhen stepswhen teps tepsleD
when leD be beard a noise end was astonished aston astonished aatonishett ¬
ished to se see the deer come dashing down downupon downllpon downupon
upon him himHe himHe himHe
He had not time to use his bl rifle being beingbarely beIngbsrely beingbarely
barely able to spring to one aide and andthen andtben andthen
then Just as the buck dasbtd past to toprint tQrlnr torpring
print rlnr uton tbe t e deers back He secured secureda
a firm bold upon the infuriated animals animalsneck animalsneck animalsneck
neck and clung elungA dp dpA sipA
A fierce struggle strugg followed The beast beastused beastuaed beastused
used every tactic at t its commani to dis dislodge Iii Iiilod dislodge ¬
lodge ita unwelcome unwclromeburden burden while bUe the theman thema themesa
man ma made ce a determined effort to draw drawhto drawhI drawhis
his hunting bwatin knife Over < fallen trees trfe and andthrough andtbr andthrough
through tbr b thick bru brush h they wenr wen eD for near nearly ntarIy nearly ¬
ly a mile The hunters clothing wastorn was wastorn lIa lIatora
torn to shreds and hto b body was lacer lacerated lacerated lacerated ¬
ated and ad bruised but be he h clung on onAt oaAt onAt
At last Just as tbe knife came me from fromtbe fromthe from fromthe
the sheath the deer < succeeded in break breakIng breaking breaklug
Ing Abbotts hold and throwing him froia frotaits frotnItg
its back As he felt himself going 301n the theman themaD theman
man made one wild slash lab with his knife knifeIt knifeIt
It was his bi only chance and he took Ok it itIt itIt itIt
It proved nrovcd to be a lucky chance for the tbosteel thotet1 thesteel
steel tet1 reached rt > r t vital spo s and the > ani animal aniIDaI animal ¬
mal dropped dead It was a splenlid aplendidbuck splenlidbuck aplenUdback
buck weighing w IhiDg J14 n pounds which blch is isthe istIte isthe
the record for or Maine this year The Th bul bullet bullet bullet ¬
let which Brat firs brought the tb deer down downstruck dowQtruck downstruck
struck him on the horns and evidently evidentlystunned evidentlyed evidentlystunned
stunned ed him while the lint knife wound woundwas Vtounrlwa woundwas
was wa not sufficiently u lcicnU deep to reach a vital vitalCARD vitalspot vitalCARD
spot spotCARD
CARD PLAYERS AND A BABY BABYThree BABYLeIIdaa BABYtesdos
LeIIdaa Expr ExprT Expeeea ExpeeeaThree
Three civil engineer t while traveling travelingthis travelingthis
this I morning from rout Amiens to Parts began be began beto ¬
gan to play cards on an apparently apparent abandoned aban abandoned abanolUJd ¬
doned lunch basket ba < ket of large dimensions dimensionswhich dlrueaslonsbad 1 1It
which had been lying on the hat rack rackIt rackt i
It t appeared to be rather heavy beaY but theysupposed they theysupposed
supposed d it to be full of plates The Thabasket Thebaaket Thebasket
basket was as placed > Iaeed on end and a leah leahern lea leatheru h heR
ern portfolio placed on the top to form forma
a table t Suddenly tbey were 1t > re startled to tohjpaf toload tohear
hear loud cries whIch came from the thebasket tbeIt thebasket
basket It was opened and a three threemeathaold tbT tbTtltaold threemonthsold
meathaold tltaold baby was found inside The Tnebaby Tbebab Thebaby
baby bab was neatly dressed and bore a acard acard acard
card on which was written To be de delivered d dd deIlvered ¬
livered d to Mme Creull The three men mendid mNIdici mendid
did their t best to keep the tb child quiet quietuntil qultuatU quietuntil
until the train stopped at the next sta station staUoa station ¬
tion It was Creull and there a respect respectiably respectably
ably dressed woman oman came cam forward and andclaimed andeIaI andclaimed
claimed eIaI to be the owner of the th baby It Itappears Itappears
appears that the tb child had been put out outto outto outto
to nurse Bear Boulogne Not having re received received teceived ¬
ceived any aD pay the nurse nur > p had adopted adoptedthto adoptedthis dopt < d dala
ala way of sending the child back to its itsmother itsIt itsmother
mother It to expected that tbe nurse nursewill Dunewtll nursewill
will be arrested arrfttMlADdon London Express ExpressHOME ExprenHOLMES ExpresstiOLMES
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