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Senator Borahs Resolution Resolutionto
to Be Reported Out of Com Committee Committee Cornmittee ¬
mittee Promptly PromptlySenator
Senator Borahs Borah resolution for an az in investigation InesUptJoa InveiUOn ¬
vestigation oC the cirl service tvlc by the theSenate theSenate theSenti
Senate Committee on Civil Service la laexpected faexpected I IfxpeOtad
expected to pass ps the Senate immediately immediatelya 1mmeditelyfttJr
fttJr a ttp t rvth th the hoKdays hoKdaysSenator IIdy IIdyentor
Senator Pen Borah B rah said 81 d today be bad been beenretired beenj6ured beeneured
retired by Senator mter Kean that the reso resolution rMOtUon reeo1U1on ¬
lution would be reported out from Sen Senator salor SeJiatlr ¬
ator Kean Keanz committee immediately immediatelyafter immedltelyafter ImmedlateJyafter
after the recess It is i not expected by bySenator ltySenaAor bySenator
Senator Borah that with a Uvorable Uvorablereport avorab1ereport vorablereport
report from the committee commltt on ODoontroi ODoontroiof control controlof
of the contingent expenses expel of the Sen Senate Sent Senatethete ¬
ate atethete t there will be opposition to the pas passage PIUIS pa pasage ¬
sage of the resolution resolutionSenator IC8OlutIonCummbuJ reeoluUonSeitet
Senator Cummins to n chairman of tb tbCivil the theClvU the1vtL
Civil 1vtL Service Committee mm1ttee of the Senate Senateand Sentea Senateand
and a nd will hav hAn charge of the investiga investigation InvtSptiOll lavestigateon ¬
tion tionIt teonIt
It to I expected the inquiry will will bo boweeplq a asweeping a aweepInE
sweeping one Members of Congress Congresshoar Con Congreeshar e ehrr
hoar complaints against the civil serv service aervJce aeryice ¬
ice on many scores One of the moat moatcommon moatommoo meetcommon
common to 1 that Injustice to done in the thenatter theRaUer theriattec
natter of promotions and that persona
iu i the u dvtt service are at t the mercy of oftItviion
division chiefs who exercise e in some somei
i aoe a petty tyranny over ov them
Tbto will be looked into and some way w wsought
sought to remedy it It The establishment establishmentthe e setabushmenof
or a apension n ADd retirement tabUebmenj system w1l
Jihubt Wmbt w bi given attention 8 well aa
the tll question QUe t10n whether the examinations examinationsof
of applicant for places are of the sort sortcofoulated sortchkuIat1
cofoulated te to give a real test of fitness fitnessPRAIRIE fitnessPRAIRIE IltuensPRAIRIE
Bird d Is I Strangled to Death and andHinder andEnder nd ndEIndcr
Hinder IsHeld Is Held Law LawIT LawViolnt01 LawV1ontor
IT Violator ViolatorNBBK6ICA Violnt01N1iJBRA V1ontorNEBaIIA
NBBK6ICA mA Cnrr Neb Doc as J8Dtd J8Dtdlee Did
OharloB lee Irwin o Of Omaha violate vioiateTowa the ther he heIowa
Iowa r oW same law i Is a question t10n that he hea heill lus
ill a asking of himself and it i Sa also aioicstZon a aquestion a11cst1on
question that la I being asked of him by b bthe
the State game wardens wardensthis
this 1 JS is the season 8011 of the year when whenthe whent wh whth
the t th h laws of Iowa protect prairie chick chickens ch1ckcns chckexw ¬
ens Those e law make it an offense to tokill tokUlone t tkilt
kill kUlone one ne of the theWrd bird or have hV one De in your yourpossession yourpoS6es ou ouposeeselon
possession possessionIrwin poseeselonri 1on 1onIrwin
Irwin ri did not kin the bird bird but he had hadit hadIt ha haIt
it ln his game bag b and is willing to toadmit toadnilt ti tiadnilt
adnilt It instating ln t1nc that the bird came cameto cameto camto
to its death by an act of Its own
A tow days ago Irwin came cam down dow
from Omaha to do a little squirrel
bunting in the wood near here As Asbe be
bunt huritM M he soared un up a oov covey v nf Twain Twainacross pralde pcalrheTiens
eTiens fiJ 1tens and id they flew across the Mis Missouri Missouri ¬
souri river Into Iowa Ho watched
them down and securing a boat pad
dled across to the other aide and up ¬
on reaching there climbed the bluff
In a crevice between a couple of rock
ho saw one of the prairie pr rle ohiokens
Snoaking around he crawled up behind
t title tuf ot grass until he was within withinreaching wtthlnrcachln wlthiircathIig
reaching rcachln distance of the bird The bal ¬
ance of the Incident he h tells himself
saykfct saykfctI saytd
1 9 I just iit wanted to get a a live prairie prairiechicken pralvicb1cIeii
chicken to take home and MOW to my mychildren mychUdren m mchildren
children I was so close that I could couldsee coubse
see e the things eyes Taking off my hat
I reached re ohed out and placed it over the thecreviee thecr8v1ee th thcrevies
creviee la I which Mr Chicken was hid ¬
lug Like a flash it flew away carry carry1n
log 1n alone my bat which had a a small sinai
hole in the crown Through this hole ho hothe
the ChIcken gdeken stuck Ita head The hat was wasso wa waSQ
so b0avy that the chicken could not notmake no nomake
make much progress procr and n after atte flyine ylnlperkap ityin ityinperbsps
perhaps M yards it came to the earth earthtrangled cartSspdI bl
and spdI I hurried to the 8 there to lIDO ftn
the chicken deadetrangled deadetrangledNEGATIVE deadstrangledNEGATPE trangled trangledNEGATIVE
C Commission ii1 nIsaion Wishes to Establish EstablishEligible EstablishEligible EatablisEligiblo
Eligible List From Which Whichto
v to Draw DrawAxonxracaroont Drawt DrawMmouncement
Axonxracaroont t nan made today trI the theUnited theUnIted tb tbUnIted
United State Civil ServIce OommiaBlon OommiaBlonthat nutonthat ununIeniothat
that an examination will be held on onJanuary onJanUZ7 0 0January
January 23 to establish a register of rfl rfleibiefl HI11b1 e egibles
eibiefl 11b1 from which to make certification certificationto
to fill vacancies a as ttey may occur in inthe inthe I Ithe
the positIon or negative negatl e cutter engraVe engraving engraVelng engralug ¬
lug and printing division in the offices officesof o1tIc o1tIcor officEof
of th UM Geological Survey at salaries aakriefrom salariesranging salarieranging
ranging from 1720 to 900 per year yearNATIONS yearNATIONS
Like individual the nation of the theearth 8art Ui Uiearth
earth < have e nickname kname The appropriate appropriatene
ne n ness of some i III quite evident but to ex explain explAta e r ¬
plain the origin of other would be dif difficult difficult dliflcult ¬
ficult ficultEngtfabmen ficultE flcultEngitsbnien
Engtfabmen E have submitted to the thename thenAme th thname
name of John Bull a as milted M ted to the thetlonaJ na national astional ¬
tional character A Scotsman i Is Sandy Sandythe 80d7the SsndThe
the Irishman get gets his hi nickname Paddy Padd Paddfrom
from hi his national patron saint while whilean whilean whil whilRn
an ancient c1ent nursery rhyme record r rda the thefact thefact th thfact
fact that Tatty wa w was a Wetohman WetohmanIn
In England the Frenchman llft is 18Ume some sometimes souitimes ¬
times rather contemptuously eontem alluded te teas toq t
as John Crepaud but In France ho be1UQueft is isJacques I 5
Jacques ronhomme or a am a bourgeois bourgeoisMonpteur bourg 5
Monpteur 1 ur Pmdbomme PmdbommeCousin PrudbommeCouatn PrudhomineCousin
Cousin Michael is the nickname by bywhich brwhich b bwhich
which the German is known to the con continental 0011tlnental r rtinentat ¬
tinental nations Mynheer Clean an anabbreviation anabbreviation a It Itabbreviation
abbreviation of Nicholas Nlcho I III the naaie naaieapplied I IAppUeci iiai e eapplied
applied to Hollander and the Bwttaer Bwttaerrejoice wtt1IerreolG ir irrejoices
rejoice in th the name of CelIa Tampon
Searchlight SearchlightTH SearchlightTFL 1J8ht 1J8htTHE
TbVmoral 1 of this story may be that thi it
it is I batter to heed the warning of the thestill theaWl ii te test4HamaU
still st4HamaU small voice before it q i driven n
to th the tu 1UIe en of the telephone telephoneA
A Nw Ne York lawyer gaxlng pdn iig < Idly out outcf outOr o it itof
cf hi hJ window saw w a sight In an office officeaero oftb 0 0acres
aero the street that made mad him rub iu ib
Me l eyes and look again Tea there was wasno wuno wi wino
no doubt 4ou about it The Th pretty steno stenographer stenirkiher ¬
grapher was sitting upon the gentle gentlemans enlle enllemldt 5 5mttit ¬
mans mttit 1 lap The lawyer Ia noticed the name namethat namethat na is isthat I
that was lettered on the window and at d dt
then tt t he searched In th the telephone book k
Still tJll keeping k pln < his h eye upon the scene sceneaero lJCeDelrQIIJ cez is isaroes
aero lrQIIJ the street he called the gentle gentleman enUe11NUi eni a aman ¬
man up In a few moment he aw a w
h him < m start tart violently and take down the ther U ie iereceIver
r receIver receIverTes f crfver crfverYe tIIYeroy
oy Ye Tes said the lawyer through the U
18Iop tftlapfcoae I rhouJd i should think yeu would wouldstart wouI4start wot d dThe
start startThe startTh
The Th victim whisked ecl his arm from its I ta
former position J and began to stammer stammersomething tammeromeM11nc tanun ci cioniseldnt
Tea Y continued the lawyer severely aeverel y
uI I think youd better take that arm armaway armA ar m maway
away A And while you are about K It as i
long J n ae there seems to be plenty of ofchain oCchaJra Srchair
chain in th the room roomTht rooenTbft roomTIivIcttm
Tht TIivIcttm > victim brushed th lady Jad from hi h Is Istp
lap tp rather roughly it Is to be feared d
Who whowbo who the devil 1 is this anyhow r
he tBaaaged ec1 to splutter splutterI
I answered ered the lawyer in d deep 0 > im impressive Iftapr is a apresuire ¬
pressive pr e tones am m your cone conscieae anlel net t
And tsatt thea h Tnvntp h hua up uPZItwyN4 uPZItwyN4I uPZItwyN4HIS iipPvrybedyHIS > rrbodys rrbodysHIS 5
dITTO BTo 1A I nearly crony beeawo 0 his sen senwant nwaftt8 si TL TLwants
want to marry an actr actrI act actw actresa
I w h so prajttdleed agaiaat aot aotQ ac acthe
T ThQtrite
hQtrite Q it th the contrary
Then what is I his hi kick kfck1
4ne H6 H w want ntn 0 marry her himself
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Both sanitary ttary engineers and health healthofficer healtholftcen hselotIcei i
officer agree that in a short time the thesewerage theand U I
sewerage and sewage disposal problem problemwill problemw at Iat
will l be extremely serious In come quar quarter qUUte qusitars F ¬
ter te tars
The subject bject to rapidly reacting a adition con condition condition ¬
dition la fact w 1If1Mn wn ten it must receive receivetbe recelyethe re rethe
the careful attention of our lawmaker lawmakerand IWIIIkeNaad a aaa
and aa the latter depending a an they do doin 0
in 11 a large measure upon the wishes wIIIb of oftheir ortheir Drtheir
their constituent colUltlt will inevitably be beinfluenced beiAAUfIDCed I is isinduenced
influenced by public opinion Unfortu Unfortunately UntorrDtely a anately ¬
nately pubIs pub opinion to likely to b bbaaed be bebUed 1 > 5 5La
baaed on an imperfect knowedge c as aswell aswell i ion La
well a II on a misapprehension of what whatcan WhatcA whi t tcan
can and what cannot ca DOt be done by the theNational tbeNaUonal e eNationsi
National and State authorities respect respectively re reepec pect pectITely t t1Yt17 ¬
ively ivelyIt ITelyIt
It may be assumed that the public publicenerally puhllcpnerally publ Ic Icgenerally
generally recognise a grave danger d to toealth tohealth
health in the uncontrolled discharge dIItch of ofaw oCraw ofraw
raw aw sewage wase into stream and Takes Takesealth lakesrom Iakfrom Iak es eswhich
from rom which water to i subsequently su sudrawn iy
drawn for or drink drinkIn drinking purposes There J8 J8no Issuch
no such general knowledge howeyer howeyerof Pr Prof
of the > methods or meetlnK thlll tIs daqer 0
In Great G t Britain r1tain where parliament parliamentpasses parttamentJBIItIe8 nt t
passes laws Ja for the whole country countr 1
sanitation is a national matter The Thesame Theame Ti Tiwas
same Is true In the kingdom of Prussia
Whether or not it can be considered d
true of the United States remains to I
be seen Under our Constitution the thepowers thepowen U e epewers
powers of the several States and the tbenation thenatton U ie ienation
nation are clearly denned in a sense sns 0
but the definitions are necessarily so
broad that their practical pract application It t
leads to much controversy controve controveThe
Th The time has come come however when wh rn i
it Is vitally Important to ascertain Just Justwhat ju at atwhet twhat t
what these several rights and powerr powerrmay powerrmaT pews It Itmay c
may be be and for this reason President nt t
Tarts Taft suggestion in his annual mes message 111 111e inc a asage ¬
sage e regarding a a national board of of5dth f
health deserves eeerve to be considered c very ye ry r
thoughtfully by those Interested Inten ted in inanltary Intary InsanItary i
sanItary tary affairs afr1nEncIneerbqr Engineering Record RecordTEACHING UecordTEACHING RecOrdTEACHING
Hyou You say y you are an expert ac acoountant acoountaftt a C Ccountant
oountant and can begin at once on onthe onthe n nthe i
the muddled Nt et of book7 book7Yes boouTfT booksrYes
fT Yes M sir sirHave sirHae sirilava
Have you any recommendations recommendationsWell r mnetaUons
Well sir I worked out th ths net et of ofproblems orproblfma ofproblems r
problems my t hnyparottt ny aroM hoy h nv nvbroiglt V VbrolJlPJt
hrougM hrom iom frmn fro srhool 00 < 11001 last lastnicht latnlahtCleveland tnlghL t
nicht nlahtCleveland Cleveland Leader
Hears H ears Thud as Ball Is Hit Hitand Hitand
and Follows Every Play PlayWith PlayWith
With Ears EarsBdward EarsE4ward Earsedward
edward Bndlcott B idIoott lot his eyesight eyesightwh ht htwit
wh w hen a h be was eighteen I < years oM H Hcan He Hecan Hen
can ca cau caei n give no reason for his hi misfortune misfortuneHis mAIrfortuneHis
His u k eyes never were very strong At Ateighteen Atel Atghteen
eighteen el eitw cbteen they began to weaken At Attwentythree Attwentythree Atentythree
twentythree tw twca be b wa waa totally blind and andcannot andennot andnnot
cannot ca caE caC cad cav cati nnot discern day from night With WithEdward WithEdward Withdward
Edward E Bndicott dIcott It Is I perpetual 1 and andCimmerian andCimmerian aMIminerlan
Cimmerian C darkness The world is isdensely JadenHly Isensely
densely d blaok blat to him himYet hlllLYet himYet
Yet Edward Endicott Is I Jw w p py Ho la lavery Sovcry Isery
very v ery much of a a man The fu lIlJ js s of ambi ambition ambItlon ambon ¬
tion ti on burn as brightly within him as aswithin IISthln aaithin
tied within w < ithin the IItronc strongest rongst and keenestsight keenestsighted keenestsightyoung < ht hted
ed edy edfn young youn man In the world There Is Isyong a ayoung1 aoung
young1 y lady dark as he 10 himself who whoiVmkefl whobakes whoetkee
bakes fn fnca etkee all the world bright to him So Sohe Sohe Soe
he h e la going about his future ae energeti energetically ener energetilly < etl etlcally ¬
cally ca lly and as confidently a u if his sight sightwaj sightai lchtwaJ
w waj ai perfect perfectYoung
1 Young OUD < Endicott is an athlete Before Beforeeyes
h1ba hit h1 eyes went dark he was a good base baseball baweball basel1 ¬
ba ball l1 player about his home h e In In Spring Spilageld
Held fi fiT eld Mo o He U pitched foi his school team teamToday teIJLToday teamoday
fia fia Today T he is tall and broad shouldered shoulderedand
fipl and a nd square chinned well set t up and andathletic andathletic andthletic
athletic a looking lookln When he went blind blindplaying blindplaylnlr blindaying
playing pl ple plIn baseball was denied to him for forever forever forver ¬
ever e Yet he takes as keen an Interest Interestthe
in Ina Inlo the national game as the sharpest sharpestand sharpestnd t tand
and a nd most avid of fans and he can fol follow fol1w folw ¬
lom low lo lof loo loo loa w a game as closely and with as asmuch 8mueh asoch
much m och intelligence lut l1lgenoe ae men who have per perfect perfect perect ¬
fect f ect eyesight et tght Ho does It by his sense senseof BflDMof sensef
of o f hearing which like that of all blind blindpeople bUildpeople blindeople
people p is wonderfully acute acuteOf acutOt acuteOf
Of course he is denied the pleasure pleasureof
of o f seeing the white ball against alesaureL t the theazure theazure thezure L
azure a skies 1 the drop of the fly the thagraceful thegraceCUI theraceful
graceful g parabola of the line hit the theattractive theattraetle thettractive
attractive a motions of the players phLY the thequick thequick theuick
quick q uick throws the scudding bounds of ofthe orthe ofhe
the t he grounder But his hi ear can follow followthe followthe followe
thk the th thI tho thb thh tha thp thy thp thb tha thh tha thp tht tht thn thg thn tht tht thp e ball is it cuts the gnass and nd he henows
knows k thH nows what a ground ball looks like likeA
thw HA H A can kj tell by the thud of the sphere sphereIn
In I n the glove Iove Just Jidt where the ball Is and andwho lidwho
who w ho catches it It His hearing is marvel manrelouely marvelouelyacute marrelusly
ouely ouelyacute o acute Only when the stands rise risen
in I n fearful acclaim accl Jm does he lose the theball theban theall
ball b all so to speak The noise bother
him h im a good deal dealBut dealEut
Eut put him in the thirdbase e coach coaehers CCMaCher
ers er re box and still the noise and he will willtell willt11
tell t ell you lust where the ball Is at all alltimes
times t who where whence wben it Is hit hitMM bitaud
MM aud a aul who flgures In the play It is sunply sun
ply p ly marvelous to observe this blind blindyoung blindYOdh blindoung
young YOdh y man call a most Intricate double doubleplay
play p lay a lightning drive to the second L
baseman b aseman the throw to the shortstop
and a nd the relay to the first baseman b
When he b is accustoriMMl to the th players I Ie
he h e can tell by the sound of the glove gloveplayer lo loand I
and a nd the patter or the feet j Jt t what whatplayer
player p is handling the ball He H can call callthe callthe
the t he low throw if it hU h the ground by
the t he scud of the ball In the dust The Thenoise TleDOllie Tjeoise byi i
noise n oise the ball makes whe Wb it hits the theground thecround the I
ground g round something that polo who see seenever eeenever aceever
never n ever hear tell his ear just what eyes eyestell eyestftJ I
tell t ell the average ave spectator He can n tell I
the difference between bunts and balls
that t are hit at by the sound of the Im Impact Impot haeat ¬
pact p eat of o the tb sphere upon the ground
St 8t a t Louis Republic RepublicTraveler RepublicEATING
Traveler In Wilderness WildernessShould VildernesShould lderness ldernessShould
Should Be Careful Car ful of ofContents ofContents ofI
I Contents of Larder Larderthe
AJI 8 a rule the caser 0 traveler Ia Iathe Ii I Ithe
the wilderness wll4em will make H H great mis mistake mtatake ¬
take if I I he eats too much meat Of Ofcourse OfOOUIM 0 0course C
course if he be right ovt In the wildwhere wilds wildswhere
where the game Is Just begging to be beshot beshot hi a
shot and eaten it 1 Is bard to resist the thetemptation thetemptation tb a
temptation to 3rll n and eat ert but a alittle aUttle i ilittle I
little experiment will provs that a ear oertaln 04Nlain
lain proportion of the other proteid proteidfoods proteidtood a
foods will give better remits both bothreganb as asregards a aregards a
regards muscular powers and heat pro production produotlon produotlon ¬
duotlon than meat Of coarse co such 81Jehvecetabletl suchvegetables
vegetables and fruits as are obtainable obtainableshould obtainableBbouJd obtalnabishould a
should be eaten freely freelyAs treeJyAJJ
As all woodsmen know the dietetic dieteticstandby dietetic8tan dietetistandby C
standby 8tan bT of the wilderness dweller dwellerwhether c1wellerwbether
whether he be a camper r tramper or orlumberman orlumbennan o olumberman r
lumberman is beans be8lwordJlULIT ordinary dry drywhite dJwblte dr r
white beans Combined with these so soas 80a a
as a to make up a properly prop ly balanced balanceddietary bIneeddluuy balancedietary aS S
dietary there should b ho a certain certainamount oertatnamount S Samount
amount of the starchy foots tCOlvetabl tCOlvetabland vegetables vegetablesand a aand
and fruits Where these cannot be ob obtained 0b 0btained ¬
tained pilot bread and other crackers crackerswhich crackenwhich 5
which It Is possible nowadays to get in inlarge Inlarce II a alarge
large variety are a a partial substitute substituteSome substituteSome StLbSUtuteSome
Some of the nut foods now on the themarket themarket tb S Smarket
market are at once portable palatable palatableand palatableand palatableand
and nourishing but it must be under understood uncttrIItood understood
stood that these are proteid foods to be beused beused b e
used Instead of meat beans or peas peasand peaIIand peaand I eI
and always in very moderate quantities quantitiesLentils quantitiesuntl I ILentils
Lentils untl dried are another proteid food foodwhich foodwhich ci
which Is I easily carrid and nutritious nutritiousSalted nutritiousSalted nutritiousSalted
Salted corned or otherwise pre preserved preerved preserved ¬
served meats are of little value from fromany tromlIY a aany
any standpoint The name preserve preservaives pre preservelvsa
ives which prevent these meats from fromundergoing troll1undercotfttr a aundergoing
undergoing chemical change outside out lde the thebody thebody th e eWill
body will also preserve them from un undergoing UDr01 I Idergoing ¬
dergoing r01 the normal cheme l change changewhich chanpwbl changwhich
which wbl h we call digestion inside toe t0 ne body bod bodThis
This of course applies equally to tocanned tocanned t tcanned
canned meats m at8 which the dweler in the thewilderness thewUdernetla th
wilderness will sooner or Later find findto Andto fln d dto
to be a delusion delu ton and a snare snareCanned snareCanned e eCanned
Canned vegetables are of some slight slightfood elstttfood Lt Ltfood
food value although here also aJ o the thechemical thechemical Ui a achemical
chemical preservatives interfere with withthe withthe wit ii iithe
the complete oom ete digestion c the vegeta vegetables vegetshIss eptable8 ¬
hIss Dried fruits and vegetables vegetableswhich v bIett bIettwhich 5 5which
which are now obtainable In large va varieties vi I Iristies ¬
rieties are usually tree from adultera adulteration L Ltiecu ¬
lion and are a valuable addition to the tb
dietary of the dwellers In the deep dee deewoods
woods woodsA
A meal of stewed lentils Boston Bc5tonchips Bostonchips a achips
chips and soaked evaporated evapOatd apricots apricotswith aprcotwith U Uwith
with a few good crackers cr cker uiid ud th > un unconscionable uncon t ¬
conscionable con appetite of ai 1 outdoors outdoorswonld outdoorllwoild outdoorswoild
woild shock the head walt at the best be8t1V bei it itW
hT w York hotel But It 1 hi a i t > eter t Pr e meal mei ii i
dleUiUcally dll Ucallf than you would be likely to toget I o oget
get from him and Just ju t as palatable a
For when a man Is sojourning In the thewilderness thewilderness tb ie iewilderness
wilderness he is not usually a gourmet t
Not long ago a young couple entered entereda id ida
a railway carriage at Sheffield and were wereremarkably wereput wei ia iaput
put down as a bridal pair But they were wereremarkabl wei re reremarkably
remarkably remarkabl selfi aeifiosseseed > ossess eft ed d and behaved behave l lwith
with such sangfroid san fruld < that the other pas passengers psi a asengers
sengers began to doubt If their first fin It
surmise sunnl was correct after all allAs allA allAa
As their train moved out however the theyounl ti te teyoung
young man rose to remove his hi overcoat
and a shower of rice fell out while overeosit the tbepuenlrertl ti tipassengers it itand
passengers smiled broadly
But even that did not affect the youth youthwho 7Outhwho you youwho
who also al o smiled and turning turnln to his part par parncr
ner remarked audibly
By B7 Joy JOlIt May Ive stolen the th bride 1H1deovereo8UTatier a agrooms
grooms overcoat overeo8UTatier overeo8UTatierIN I Tatlec TatlecIN
The Chief of Police PoliceYou > You must see that thatevery thatevery thi It Itevery
every man on the force i a given a thor thorOUlfh tho r rough
ough germicidal bath bathTile bAthTlI bathThe
Tile TlI Assistant AultantA A bath bathThe bAthThe bathThe
The Chief ChJeCY Yes a germdestroying ig
bath I i want the men so n completely LY
sterllizM that thf th > lioxt i i t Ump m a stiffra stiffragHt lIutfrafIt a aglt
gHt fIt bite blf R on inn A r or > f thorn thr 11 women Worn ompl1 ompl1wont Ii Iiwont
wont fT Tlm lm tlv fll nrr fir b In hi nfffflaHv 1tlrlaH 1tlrlaHblood lv
blood policncU tvwanl c 1rd ran l cn Dealer r rI
+ T T t S p I Ir IThe
P r The Cleverness of Cardillac CardillacBy I IBy
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Vftor I De > e Cardlllac of Oaooir cow cowto oOS
to t o PMta P ma bearing a letter from fTOi Charles CharlesdAJHMrt Cbarl Cbarlel
el dAJHMrt fi e Luynos favorite ta favylte tc and master mssterof
of the yoong King LouUrXlII Louts XIII CardUlao CardUlaom0ta CardlllacJIMets adllIao
meets Timer conftoantlaJ Mrvant rvant oC D DIjaynea De DeLallell
Ijaynea and loarwi I that ht hIs mtter is IIIbox Hhoax H
hoax Trmwr off offers en r Cardltlao CW l1lac a cbaao cbaaoto
to meet me D De Liu Luynea es and prove pro his mettle msttiaCMrdiltao mettleCNdJIIaa
CMrdiltao rdIlic ROW to the rear gat te of the UMpalace thepalace
palace whence aa specified a man Sup aupJIOMdJy up uppoMdly
poMdly 4ly D De Luynea cam comes forth CardS CarailSao Carellilac CardSrovokse
Sao prorokM him to a a duel and te wound wounded ¬
ed He discovers that bU aRtaIrOaft aRtaIrOaftI wta oi t tis
is I not D Da Luyn Lasm bat th the Dt Due e d de Man Mantraull Kontrer
traull an opponent of i De l4tya LUyfl5e B BTbe
trer The duke d ke O and Cardlliac are arrMtd arTit 6d 6dthe by bytbo b
the polio police Tb The duke re reveal al his idea Identity ldeatit ideaUty ¬
tit and ad insists upon hl bb Immunity ir irarrMt from fromamet >
arrest MLV eave by a king kings warrant H Hwk6dle Hwb He
wk6dle wb from the sergeant t a lettre Jett d dcacb de deeaebet
cacb cachet t stga sIgned d by th the king kin Ing CArdUlac vol volunte 01 01untMrS
untMrS unte r9 to tafc take th the warrant and recover raeovartha reeG reeGthe
the dukes kidnaped daupler aagat r Tberee Tbereewho TbereMwho ThereeSwho
who la debUn detllMd d In a royal convent conventH conventHe
H He e present the warrant to th the coin oommander 0IXnmaDder
maDder of tb the fortress near the convent conventHe conventHe
He ii agree to accompany Cardlllac to the theeonv tbecoawnL
eonv coawnL t Th The a abblis 1 > bas hoer divine divinehta dlvi dlvihttI
his ri r ruse and order the th onToer to ar arrtstit ar arr
rest r hint hintVictor
Victor c D D Be CardllJaa of o Oascony forms formstbe fOlllUlthe forU
the enmity of Char Charles Albert d de LMJ LMJfavorite Luyoea Luyoeafavorite
favorite and master of King Louis XuL XuLH XllLHit
H Hit plots to kill Id him In a duel H Be go goman goes 110Mt
t to the rear ente te of the palace wb DC8 DC8man a
man i iCardtllae supposedly De LuJlMa oomee forth fOlUkCardtllao
Cardtllae provoke him to todlecover a 4 duel Hit Hitdl
dlecover dl hi bir mtagonlat U I wit D Da Luyn Luynbut LuyDbut Iuynes Iuynesbut
but the Due de Mootnull an lI opponent of ofImmunity ofatTMted
Tit two are areduke atTMted iret d bJ t police The Tbeduke
duke reveala his I identity ntlt an4hi and inatais upos
hi his Immunity j5UflIty from arrest arrestWng atLVI ve by y yJdDs a
Wng kings warrant Ho wh wheedles beed dlB from th thwarrant the thet thesergeant
sergeant t a lettn de c cbet atpeel by the theCaId1uc
King CaId1uc volunteers oIunt to t tails e Ute Utewarr
warrant warr t and recover th the dukes duke kidnaped kidnapedo kidpeelcJutfbt iddnpddaughter
o daughter nr morass Who is detained In Inn a aJ2TT
royal COIIteIIL COIIteIILHe Cosv
n He gets J2TT ta Into ± the convent T nt br using the tbelettre thelettA
lettre decachet decacheturtng 4 0 cachet but the abbess dlvlDO divines
his iUS He IfJ forced to ft lies to av avarnat avoid
arrest Dozing urtng him flight b he surpriSeS aurpri8eeOUDC nrprt e eBb 5 5young
sin who bII been eaveadroPPIDK eaveadroPPIDKSIM
She Bb aay says her name i is Mart DucbampB DucbampBde DucbamP8and DuchawPeand
and that abe IfJ wloL1unc maS4 to Xlle Xllede MUede
de MoBtreutt MofltreU whe whole e escape P Car UJMtryID was wastrying
trying to affect affectCaELAPO ICL ICLCHAPTER
TvASTAl ASTAI anarl nar14Ml d D De CardUlao eardtll8Ol
l BAUPLln 13 as 5 be h withdrew his hands handsJ baAdsfrom bfldCfront I
B J from her shoulders Thla Thlatime Thltlme
time she he made ao attempt to toescape toeecape I
escape es cape standing there shivering a a little Uttlewhen littlewhen
when w hen his clutch was removed removedMarlel removeduKarleI
Marlel he said with a mlle that thatshould thatshould
should s have given her Mme m bettor bolterknowledge bettorknowJedce bettetI
knowledge k of his character than she ahehad shehad I
had h d heretofore acquired 1 I see it is isuseless IsUllel i I
useless Ullel u trying to Crlghten you but con consider oonsider eonlder ¬
sider a I beg of you my dire dilemma dllemmaIt dilemmai
It to not so much the forfeit of my life lifeif lifeIe lifeI i
Ie if I am caught caughtthat that I regret r as the thefailure thefa1lure theailure I
failure f of my plan as to bo 13 discern discomfited cJ1acomtecl ¬
fited fl ted by that fathead of a lieutenant lieutenantwho Ue1lteDaDtwho
who w ho to not tenth part the man the ab abbess abt b bbe ¬
bess b ess is and Indeed I shrink from that thatwoman thatwoman thaII t
woman myself my elt and am cowardly wh whet whttnI whetthink n nI I
I think of her gloating over me one onethey ODCthey S
they t have me pinioned Now my girl girlIs girts rI rIIs
Is i s money any temptation to you youCertain youCertln
Certain it Is a temptation to all wo women w0men ¬
men If they tb y can but get et within reach reachcf reachct reacti L
cf c i a town where whe e there are things thl C11 to toouyS tobuy U UiL7
buy b bi bl ouyS
Wy weU Marie rle I win give you youmore 70Umon I
more noney the tbaa a ever you saw w before beforeIf S IS
If i f you vtil 111 but procure l e for me a meet meeting JDefiltJog ¬
Jog l eg with your mistress m ea and that meett upon uponthe uposhe t
the t he Instant for I would take her and andyou aDdyou an L Lou
you y ou to a place of safety
We are In a place of safety now nowmonsieur nowmonsieur nowmonsieur
monsieur It to yon who are not In a aplace aplaCfl i s
place p lace of saf ty Bat Bus aside lde from tkt tktmy
my mistress will never receive recet you
How do you know I am as noble S
as 5 she sheShe sheShe
She would not believe 1 that
But I am her fathers friend and sac I
emissary i
I She would not believe that that either
8be must be b a a doubting creature creaturet
She Is iJl01 not a rreatu creature i 8t all but one on S
of o t f the K
highest ladies lad of the land and sac I
Ibeg I bee you sir to speak of her with it
IevoecC IevoecCOh resMctNOh i Sweet SweetOh
is NOh Oh surely I think of
her and wo will win winhers wil 1
speak s of her with the greatest of re re
DeCt I am her fatJ1 fathe e friend and an
hers if she will
but accept me in > as such I
and I have come to h 1k he r rescue rescuensteur
Monsieur nsteur ycu hinted that time was wa a
precious OUII and I told you It would be b e
two t wo hours before they
can gain n an en L ¬
trance t Nevertheless N everthel
I advise you not no t
to t o waste time as you are doing doln
yery Very well then conduct me to to
your our 1 1I
nvstress nvstressI mfst
I tell you it would be useless u she alt e
would not receive you
Why do you say this so confidently confidentlytj1
BCau Because e you forget I WIt was Usten liatentit
at tj1 the k keYhole y < > l f and nd forgot that I know I
fhL aU about yoJi you You ou a are M an mtofiary of o Pt
the l 1011 King and D D I Luynea iynea You carry carryrsLf y
with YOU a Idt icttre de cnhet i1et for the ar
rsLf rest of > rmademl8ellei madfmoI mademo4aelle elle with
i the object objecthave o Ject it
ot placing her In a tort fortreea
Sow the goa have patience with wit h
your brains you OU simpleton Think
you ye U
It i i wereon were on tht Kings Kin work I stood d
S1 hf here in JS J40 jeopardy ° pardy from the Kings Kin sol I ¬
diers What have h I to fear If I 1 hold 1
commission from the King The lettre lettretended 0
dEl cachet ot which O yot speak wee In I
tended t for the arrest of ofmademoiselle the father oi oiI v 1
mademoiselle i He ha hu fVx
NCnoed I tOm trot > m mChateaudutu a
Paris 1 nine with
hIm as tar as a a
Chateaudutu He drove on to t Ix Loch Lochls > ches < i
and at thff th fIent moment Is safely rel within Jtii Its ItsThe it a
ls I uust uustThe UustThe
The girl 111 seemed med staggered at by this thi is
declaration and nd gazed ga ed at him with wit h
wideopen wlde > o eyes yes which
now he had the Ui e
dreater lS ater Br opportunity PP rtiinity to admire
The Tb Due de Montreufl UDo rf the e said let at I it
last l ast would never have commissioned eomml aJoned d
a young youn man like you to carry rry nisi hJa hi is
daughter alone and unatten unattenin uttended through Ii
the forest that surrounds this place pines an41 an 4
in the depth of night nightBAR nlptBAR nightBAR
Officers of Pennsylvania Body Con Consider Consider Consder ¬
sider Coming Con Convention Convention Convention ¬
vention ventionRBJLDINO ventionREADING ventionREADDfC
READING Pa Dee S 21111I Tb officers officersand omcenand olcessand
and the legislative 1e committee of the thePennsylvania thePtnJUlYIYD1 thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania State Stat Bar Association met methere methere methere
here today with Judge 1 e Q A A Kndlich of ofthis ottbls ofthis
this city who te the president of the theassociation theuaoclatlon theassociation
association and planned for th the next nextyears nextyears nextYi
years Yi convention conventionThis conventIonThis
This evening the visitors who who Include Includenotable Includenotable Includenotable
notable lawyers from all sections tlona of ofthe otthe ofthe
the > Stat will be tendered a reception
by Judge and Mrs EndlicU at their
While th the proverbial Englishman Englishmanmay EIlJIIIa1imanma7 Englishmanmay
may may not be able to distinguish a Joke Jokethan jokeIn jokeIn
In less 1 than two weeks time he often oftensays ortensay oftensomething
says something to arouse the risibili risibilities risibilities ¬
ties tiesAmong
Among Amon < the passengers pa on one of the
big ocean liners lately coming from fromCherbourg fromCherbourg
Cherbourg Cherl ou was a Britisher with an ap appetite appet1te appetite ¬
petite for information on topics pf pfevery pCevery ptevery
every conceivable description Wher Wherever Wherever Whetever ¬
ever knowledge was being disseminated
he was to be found foundOne foundOne foundOne
One day he overheard another pas passenger pailencer pansenger ¬
senger remark that the captain had hadsaid hadMid hadsaid
said they should see Sandy Hook with within withIn ¬
in twentyfour hours hoursSandy hoursSandy hoursSandy
Sandy Hook exclaimed exol Jmed th the Eng En EnIlIIhman ¬
lishman and whos who he b some pronii proniidelphia prominent proml promlned
ned Scotchman In New YorltrPhua YorltrPhuadelphla YorkPhla YorkPhladelphi
delphi Record RecordBRAINS RecordBRAINS RecordBRAINS
The Highwayman IhwaymanIaJde Hand up u Give Giveus Giveua OlveUS
us your money or Ill blow yer brains brainsout1 brainsOut
Out out1Thf Thc Vlrtlm lrtlm Blow away na Yon inn innMVP nn nn1Ip tnl 1
MVP l VT t luAlTiM lXlt It lit litWithout IIrotwtlQjt zettQ
Without tQ t rurHi rhrll TiK Jl ikct Kctch kL tch
Oh you heard the abbess abbe say y that thatdaughter thattout thatut
tout S ut neither you nor she reaJb the thedespair
despair de spair of a father who finds his only onlydauchte
daughter d whisked away from all htoknowledge h hknowledge his
knowledge k as if she had vanished from fromthe tromthe
the th e face of the earth A man in such a aplight apllht
plight pl ight will clutch at any straw Not Notthat Notthat
that th at I am a man of straw as my simile similewould mile milewould
would w ould seem to Indicate but one 0 who whose wboeeUneage whoseneage e elineage
lineage li neage to a as old as that of the duke dukvhimself duk dukhlmaelt
himself hi mself I have sat at the dukes table tableas tablea
as a a equal with equal and be Intrusted me mewith milwith meith
with w ith this mission It is I maddening to tothink tothink
think th ink I have come within an ace of sue succeeding sueceedlq ¬
ceeding c to be baffled at first by Y an ill illtempered 111tempered illmpered
tempered te old woman and secondly by bya
a chattering maid maidMonsieur mkIXonaleur etaidMonsieur
Monsieur it seems tuU t at you are doing doingmost doln dolnmoet doingost
most m ost of tile chattering yourself I have haveremained bveremained havemained
remained re silent If then you hold any anywritten anywrltten anyritten
written w testimony that will convince convincemademoiselle convJncertI
mademoiselle rtI emoJaelle you come from her father talberI
I fhall t I take it to her herVrai herVr
Vrai i Dieul How little you know kno the tbefoJy tb tbrdy
foJy f i1y you are speaking dng To carry a awritten awrJttea
written w document from the Due de deMontreull deMontreuil
Montreull M through the country of the theking theking theing
king k ing would mean my own arrest and andthe an4the
the t he nullification of my plans the mo mon mont
nt n ttt < > at I was searched and the letter letterfound lettW10Jnd
found f The Due de Montreull is a mid middleaged midd ¬
dleaged d e eagod < edmn man of experience and ha hatrusted betrustecl
trusted t me without any letters and andwithout andwithout
without w any credentials It his daugh daughter daughter ¬
ter t er possesses e but a tithe of his good goodsense goodtense
sense g I shall convince con Inee her in half the thehne themo thetno
i hne i tno I have been totkng to you youI youY
I You Y oU profess great re faith in yourpowers yourwers your
1 powers po wers of persuasion monsieur monsieurIf
If so my faith is I becoming leas and andless andI andea
less I ea It you object much longer you youwill youw111 youill
will w ill destroy de troy it altogether altogetherThe
The Th girl smiled and the despairing i iCardIUao
CardiUao O seemed to gather some hope hopefrom hoperom
from f rom her change of expression expressionIt
It would be a pity to dampen your yourselfconfidence yourMltCCmftdence yourelfconfidence
selfconfidence s monsieur it you an ansh answer anwer
swer u truthful truthfully y a qUMU qusUn n or two I IhU Ihll
sh hU s ll put to you T t may succeed In re re retabllllhlnlt restablishing
establishing e it It How long have you youknown younown i
known k nown tb t the t Due de Montreull MontreullrNot T TNot I
Not two days day yet yetYou yotYou yetYou
You aro not a partisan of his then thenI
I never saw w the man before until untilyesterday untilyeetenSar
yesterday yesterdayThen yeetenSarThen y esterdayThen
Then how came so conservative con eryatlveman a aman
man as he to intrust Intru t you with a 3to 3toslon 318Ion is islon
slon s Ion so delicate CardiUae shrugged shruggedhis hrugaedWI
his h I shoulders on sucn short acquaint acquaintance acquaintance acquaintfloe ¬
ance a ha floe and with no credentials c entl1a from him himas himI
as 5 I understood under tood you to say sayYou yr yrYou
You Ignore a fathers love and his bteanxiety hisanxiety hisanxiety
anxiety for an only Daughter DaughterTrue daugbterTrue aughterTrue
True so I do but you monsieur if ifyou Ityou Ifou
you y ou could confess no loyalty to his hisquatotance hisblgbne hisighness
blgbne h and could scarcely claim claimquaintance ac acuaintapce
quatotance q with him how came c it that thatyou thatyou thatou
you y qy ou undertook un tertook an expedition so dan dangerous f Canerons an anprousT ¬
gerous prousT g erons Although you have spoken con convlwdngly convlDJngly coniningly
vlwdngly v of a 5 fathers love for his hisdaighter hisd8 Ilisa
daighter d8 d a Ichter and therefore persuaded ins inethat methat insthat
that the Due de Montreull might luve luveacted Ip Ipacted it itcted
acted a as you say on your part th Thus thU8was Thuswas re rewas
was not even friendship to enlist yon yonHow yniHow In InHow
How came you then to run your neck neckinto neckJnto necknto
into I the noose noosaFor nooaFor nooseFor
For two reasons Marie Duchamps Duchampsman Duchamp11m
11m F irst I am a a 70Unc 70UD man with a name namechence ameto nameI
to t o make 80 I fairly jumped at t the thecMnce thehance I
chence c tc offered me second I am a poor poornun poorJ1UJD poormen
nun with mr fortune to make and the thegeld thedUKe
dUKe d uke offered IDe a thousand platole In Ingold Sneld L
geld g eld If I were we e successful successfulAh ueoeMtuLAh
Ah cried the girl in long drawn drawnout dr drawnut wn wnout
out o ut intonation her eye ey eyes lighting up with withintelligence withIntelUaence withntelligence
intelligence i oi Now I understand The Themoney Themone ThemOfle7
money mone = that tempts a woman tempts temptaman a aman a aman
man also alsoBut alsoBut alsoBut
But certainly Mario
1 I will see my mistress at once and andyou andeport andI I
r eport to her what bat you have enid Will Willou Vill Vill70u I
you y ou trust me to return to you youYes youYes 1 1OY
OY Yes It you say you wilt return returnAlter returnAfter returnAfter
After your treatment of me meJt met metIt meft
Jt is not my treatment but your yourword yourword yewword
word that I trust trustTha truetTh trustTh3
Tha Th girl laughed J hed and ran halfway halfwayup
up the stair then with her hand handagainst handaga1nst haeelI I
against a the wall she turned round and andlooked andIGoked andhooked I
looked down at him hhnMonsieur himMon
Monsieur Mon r she said whUe wh ne I am amabsent amabsent L
absent a rebuild speedily your faith in inyour Inyour hiI L
your y our powers of persuasion You have haveso haveI I
so far convinced me that whether wh er you youare youare youare I
are genuine or not I shall connive at atyour atJour aIyour
your escape e Unbolt Unbolt the door there therefora thereror thereI i
fora ror f ore go to the tallttagpole tall flagpole that rises risesfrom rl rInsefrom es esfrom I
from the courtyard and an < l overtops our ourhigh ourhJKh48t
high highest t building cut the rope that outI to toriven 1rtven Ii Iiriven I
riven through < h the pulley at the th top topdraw topdraw topdraw
draw it completely away coil it up upreturn upreturn upreturn
return to this hall and wait for me meWith meWith meWith
With that she disappeared Cardillac Cardillacdid CardillacS
did not wonder at the obscurity of the theball thehan theI S
ball when he had once more emerged emergedinto emer emerinto emergee emergeento I
into I the courtyard Night was falling fallingrapidly talUngrapidly falliniC
rapidly and before rore many minutes were werepact wet ere ereIM8t C
pact complete darkness would be upon upontbe uponthe 1
the landscape but he knew that upoia once onceclear a
clear of the convent the gloom would wouldfacilitate wouldf8oLlUtat woulEfayjlItate oneI I I
facilitate his escape Correctly he sur surmised surml stirmined ¬
mined ml thvt the girl intended him to de descend deleend doscend ¬
scend from one of the small eta gable win windows windows windews ¬
dows in the third story if such win windows wlndoWil windown ¬
down were we in existence eX e at the back of ofthe ortbe o othe
the convont as they were at the sides sidesAll IddesAll
All sounds of battering battertn at the door had hadceased hadand bett I
ceased and Cardillac conjectured that thatsome thte thamine t
some e other plan was about to be adopt adopted ¬
ed so he thought bt that the tb sooner he hewas MWM fl flwas
was quit of the place the better betterTaking bettMTaJdn betterTaking
Taking with him the > long ong rope he hepassed heunder h hpaeed
passed under the cloisters and reen reentered reenterfJd reenterM ¬
terM the hall where tKre to his astonish astonishment n astonishment tonlsh tonlshmente ¬
ment he found Marie wetting for him himShe himShe
She had a cloak thrown over her arras arrasand nns nnsand
and some kind of covering coTer1n < on her anusI head headwhich headhloh beetwhich I
which hloh the dimness rendered indistinct indistinctYou
You hav havftftt nt been long away Th Thaakl b bJd itesld e
aakl in surprise surprisemind StlrprJeeNo
No mademoiselle make II her hermind be beS r
mind very quickly She refuses to see seevou Heyou so soOU S
you OU
vouWhat What nonsense nonsenser te cried ct Cardlllac Sm Impatiently Smpattftfttly Smpatiently ¬
patiently You have not had time fully fullyto tullyto full fullt
to explain to I her the > situation I must mustSMI musther miii miiisee t
see her herThat herThat
That te impossible monsieur You Youcannot Youcanftot Ye Yet Ii
cannot enter my ladys lady apartment apartmentwithout aparmentwithout t
without her permission and in such a acrisis acrISta i icrisis
crisis It would be folly to make the at attempt attempt attempt ¬
tempt You sh3uld sh 3uld know by this timethat time timethat e ethat
that the doors of the convent are not notso noto no noso
so easily broken down M an outsider outsidermight outsidemight kler klermlcht I
might think Mademoiselle neverthe nevertheless neverthelen nevertheless ¬
less asks k8 a favor of you which to to t a
The boxing < show scheduled by the theNew theNew TheNew
New Philadelphia Club for last night nightwas nightwas <
was declared off owing to the big bigtorrn bigstorm I I
storm stormThe torrntor
I Ilbe
The PIttsbu Pfttaburg promoters are hooking <
tor a a heavyweight to meet Sam Lang
ford in that city They have Langford Langfordsigned Lmngfordsigned ord ordsl
signed sl ed but can get no one to meet him himWillie himWillie himWillie
Willie Olbbs Glbbsof of Philadelphia boxes
Teddy Pepper ten rounds at 126 1 pound poundat poundaat
at Kansas City New Year YearJack Day DayJack DeyJack
Jack Johnson gave hi his mother and a
few friend a big turkey dinner for
Christmas in his new JaeWnJ fllMft house in
Chicago ChicagoTh ChJcacoThe ChicagoThe
Th The proposed oontest between Bat BatNelson BattHug
tHug Nelson and Ad Wol Wolpcast t to be held heldoff heldat heldat
at Los Angeles Cal IIIlItkely to be beeaUe becaIlej
eaUe off as Nelson Nel on has h demanded a atee 8cuar aguarantee
cuar guarantee tee of siaoni 13000 000 win lose or draw drawJack drawTack I IJack
Jack Johnson says he wants big rough roughfellows roUhtellows
fellows In his training camp in order to toTwo toet toget
get et the sort of fighting Jeftrle will give Ive Ivehim
him Two of the big rough fellows he hehas hehaa hehas
has are Bob Cutter and Jack Helnan HelnanThe HelnanThe HelnanThe
The latter was knocked out recently by
a secondrate middleweight middleweightPst
Pat Powers will pull oft 0 < two sweep sweepstakes sweepstak8 sweepstakes ¬
stakes Marathon races in Madison a4 a4Square
Square Garden in the near future Pat Patsays Pateays patsays
says that he will not be held up for ap appearanoe appea appearknce
pearanoe pea nee money There will be an en entrance entrane entrance ¬
trance fee of 510 600 Those that cannot cannotay CAnnotpa cannotpay
pa pay ay It can stay out ut is I the way Powers Powersreported Powe
18 reported to have put It ItFRANKLIN It ItFRANKLIN itFRANKLIN
NEW YORK Dec S Benny Frank Franklin Franklie ¬
lie Un of Harlem outfought Jack Curley Curleyanother Curleyanother Curleyanother
another Harlem boxer In their ten tenround tenround
round bout at the Olympic A C last lastevening lastevening
evening eveningFranklin eveningFranklin
Franklin was wa substituted at the last lastminute llUItminute lastnllnutf
minute for Freddie > IMpples I > lpplf of Brook Brooklyn Brookhn Brookin ¬
lyn ho io W wn ww scheduled I11O1111 tr mp mfpt t turley turleybut < urlEY urlEYbut urirybut
but wliu lILt 1Il nut put in an appearance appcaranctf
C8C0r e escort t Me forthwith to < Bteta wbare w I Iam I81ft
am a rn to take service with the queen queenTbto QueenThis queenhis
This T his departure it wa wu intended I should shouldattempt shouldttempt
attempt a even had yon not arrived but butmy butmy
my m y lady says y If you will convey me maaithfully
faithfully f and In safety to Blois she shewill ah ahwm
will w ill guarantee that when her father 1atJMr18ms fatherearns
learns l earns you have obeyed bin daughters daughterswishes daOlrht daOlrhtfbell daughterswishes
wishes fbell you wijl be paid all the money moae
he h e promised promisedOh
Oh the money Im not thinking thJD of
tbe money What troubles my mind minds
to i s the fathers ritoappointmeat and th the theaughtets
daughters d willfulness willfulnessA wllltuln wllltulnA
A father may forget monsieur htar that
a daughter like likecapable mademoiaelte lie to quite
capable of making maldft < plans ana of her own
Will you then accompany me to Blots
monsieur monsieurWhat monsieurWitat
I What you suggest to ImpOMfMe 1m Ma fa ¬
rie r io said Cardlllac
i despondtogty de or i
I I JAllrf4 could c take Al UA TOil A Ahaps to Moatrlchard or
haps h pe through to Loches hut Blots 18 18I
overrun ov o errun with kings
I men and contamln
ated a ted T1 with De Luynes spies
I I Mile O de e Montreal does not minimize minimiseHxlestly
I the danger er ot the expedition said a
rM i Se in very erJ subdued ton tones
her ea I
I fl Hxlestly cast down as the eyes
I I peered p at her through h the th young dusk duskthat man 1
I pve g ave to madeDIolaelJe
o vivid
I tOunt C 0 the an ac
bravery of
M de Card
that t CTdIIos Iac
she sheso Ia
quite conGde
I c omphsh pIh the be Will c
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shook out the coils of his rope on the I
floor Next he unbuckled his sword
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his cloak and flung tbt bundle to the thi a
ground Picking up the end of the rope e
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