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14 THE T WASHLGTON wASHLNGxTES TillES TrESDAY JLlAHY JAt I1 18 1U JU U
QPABPITV ouAnulIi SCARCITY HC Ur OF I LABOR LABORIS LfiDUii LfiDUii1C iRRD
IS 1C lo P uLUolliu CLOSING flQINP Mil IfllLLo IfllLLoWorkmen MillS MillSWorkmen I 0
Workmen Dissatisfied With WithNew WithNew
New 56Hour Work WorkLaw
Law LawFALL LawFALL
FALL RIVER Mass Jan IS 1SSerl Serious Serioustrouble ustrouWe Sedoiitroubie
trouble is expected here t through nMIgft dissat dissatisfaction di68tlsfactlea ¬
isfaction stactIe of workmen over the effect effectupon eleetUPOIl
upon the payrolls yroIIs oC a a new Massachu Xehysetts Massachusetts Maeecbaettz ¬
setts ettz law making fiftysix ftfy tx hours ioarg workthe workthe work workthe
the legal Tveeic Already a lade of help helphas helphas
has scat down 11m the merchants IMLDmills company companymills
mills and the Warapanoag Seaconett Seaconettand SeAoonettaM Seecontand
and Arkwright A mUle are so short hand Itaadcl haaided handed ¬
ed that they they may have ve to dose dosedntcn closedAwn coeedAwn
dAwn today or tomorrow tomorrowThe t temorrwThe mouOP mouOPThe <
The Kerr Thread Company met et the theEituation UteEitdUOD theEttoatleci
Eituation by announcing that wages wageswoild wageswOdld wgeewojkl
woild remain the same me at this th plant plantregardiese plaatTf pleatrcgrdleb
regardiese Tf 1eaiIi of the redaction reG ctlon hi working workingtime woridRbtiDe weckhigt
time t irne While this prevented trouble at atth atthe
th the Kerr plant it increased the dis discontent dIBon dlecontent ¬
content on teat among iong the t operatives o ratlve elsewhere elsewherewho eleewtMrewho
who declared today that ftat the other mills millswill mIHswin mlU
will have to follow the he example exampleThe
The dissatisfied operatives most eC ofwhom eCwhoM
whom are ring rle spinners are are as a rule ruleunorganized rule rulemorgankt ruleznorgantted
unorganized The textile unions have havenot hvenot
not yet y t taken action actionIn actionIn
In the Mail Bag BagThe
The Times trill accept for publl publication publleatlou ¬
cation In Its Mall aI1 BBR Bn colamnB colamnBshert columnasherf columna18bert
shert vlKeroHw letters en questions questionsof quc tloall tloallof
of 0 public Interest later < st It cannot un undertake undertake ¬
dertake 4 to publish letters exceed cxceedLnc exceeddB
Lnc Ij 258 e WerdA Tverdii and reaervea rea e the theright therfliht
right rigidly te ce coBdeJUle a dense commu communlcatleJUI communlctIen commnBlcatleas
Blcatleas which are of greaterlenlth greaterlength greater greaterlengtb
length Letters must Hst contain the thename thename thename
name anti addreas ef the WrIter vrriterbut WrIterbut rvrtterbut
but these > WIll net be publlsned If Ifrequest Itrequellt Ifrequcat
request te that effect Is made madeTo madeTo madeTo
To the Bettor of The Wsabtogtoa WaaldBtt Times TimesThe esTh
The question oa of retirement and pen pension peesiori ¬
sion for civil IvtI service employes employestouches elRployestouches eteployeetouches
touches closely many eay thousands of faith faithful falthful faithful ¬
ful worker From their standpoint the theestablishment theestablishment theestablishment
establishment of uch h a system em appears appearsno appearsno
no more than a matter tter of o Justice From Fromthe Fromthe Fromthe
the employers point of o view namely namelythat rantelythat namelythat
that of the United States Government it itresolves Itresolves Itresolvea
resolves itself essentially into a matter matterof JPatterof matterC
of C sound business policy pottcyIt policyIt y yIt
It is needless to remind rem d one of the thestatus theatus thestatus
status atus of the civil employee eJD of orothr some someother aeother
other countries notably those of Eng England Eagland Eugland ¬
land and Germany where civil retire retirement retkeIneJJt retireIrteTt ¬
ment and aa pension systems eIn have long Vmgbeen JomgbeEn longbe
been be n in operation In our own country countrythe countryth
the th large commercial concerns have havefound hveflund haveZAund
found it to t their best interests t8 to adopt adoptn
n one or another form such a system systemThev systemThe aystemTher
Thev The cannot be accued of an undue undueairnunt unduearnruftt unduearrunt
airnunt of sentiment but s are > re generally generallyr penen ly
1 rganle as h having via JIL keen eye to their theirfn theirwrt
fn r wn interes Inte s In short retirement and andT andienslon andIenslon
T enston Ienslon systems have been found to pay payThe JML3oI payThe
The I he AdmInIstratIon tTtloR aad apparently apparentlyCongress appreBtIyCongress appreatlyCongreee
Congress as a whole is now taYiM favorablyInclined favorably tavornblyInclined ly ly1ncUned
Inclined toward such a measure for the thecivil thecivil thecivil
civil employes of the United States StatesIt StatesIt StteaIt
It te unfortunate that at this juncture juneturethere juncturethere j jthere
there should have arisen in the ranks ranksof ranksot ranksof
of the Civil Service Retirement Asso Association A8Odation me meelation ¬
elation so much difference of opinion opinionas
as to form of the system to be recom recommended reeommendNL recommended ¬
mended It is feared that this may be bepermitted bePfnnltted beiiudtted
permitted to cloud the real issue I and andthat Rdthat andthat
that in the contending of factions that thatissue thatlt thatguo
issue lt u guo will be lost sight of o and we shall shallbe shallle shellte
be as far from the seal gee as ever everIt eve eveIt overIt
It is hoped that Congress understand understandin un elStdnd elStdndin
in in the urgency of the need of retire retirement retkement retiremeut ¬
ment and pension for civil employes of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the United States Govem Gvernnt < nt t on some somereasonable somereaORabIoe nomereaioseble
reasonable and practicable wista 1MS will willact willt Willet
act et < t according to its best information informationand Informationand Informationand
and judgment for its establishment bllshment re regardless renrdless regardlees ¬
gardless of the dissensions d of the C C S SR sR SIt
R R A A Whether the plan Anally f naJly adopted adoptedsball adoptedshall i ishall
shall be the contributory one or a astraight astraight astraight
straight pension is of secondary im importance importaJKe importance ¬
portance at this time timeI timeI
I believe beI ve I voice the thoughts tho ghta of thou thousands thousands ¬
sands of my DI coworkers in the public publicservice
service rvice when I urge u that measure on onthe Oftthe onthe
the broad lines indicated illc be e adopted adoptedwithout adoptedWithout
without further delay There are many manysound maayzound 1 1sound
sound arsvments in u favor of the con contributory contributor contributory ¬
tributory plan but I refran refra reran Jlf from ex expressing exprestillJ oxpreseing ¬
pressing preference for any one OReFalthMIy genome scheme
Faithfully yours yoursA2OTHBR younA3oIOTHBR youvvANOTHR
A2OTHBR OF THEM THEMPhysician THEXoPhysiciaR T14ZMP1iysicin
Physician Claims ClaiiasCredit ClaimsCredit ClaimCredit
Credit Far Fer Invention laveatieaTo
To the Editor of The TWM WaeMgne gi Tmtec TmtecMy ThaecMy The
My attention has been called to a anews anews anews
news item in Tlte Times which says saysthat 8ysthat saysthat
that a citizen of Maryland < had invented inventeda
a a way of feeding his stock by b using an anordinary anordloary anordinary I
ordinary alarm clock clockThe dockTMo clockThe
The inventor scents to think he has hassomething hensomething
IOmethIn something new but It was a wise man manwho lIoAwho manwho
who said that tiiers Is s nothing mothin new newunder newunder
under the sun and lot i corroboraticn corroboraticnof COITO
of that let me say that 1 invented the
feeding t lng of stock and the opening of
furnaces and stoves at a s set t time in in
the morning by meant of an alarm alarmclock alarmelork
clock over twenty yean ago o and the theoriginal theoriginal
original origin 31 invertton Is at work in my
house for furnace tending at this time timeDcb
I g gate t the Invention to my isv son A A N
Dcb D DbOon en n of Kensington K n oft 3dL and hun ¬
dreds dn ds > of citizens in Maryland and the
District attest the value of an addi ¬
tional tion hours sleep on a winter morning
by reason of the little Itttl Comfort Clock
And it may be that some one has basO a a
9tfor tor O claim on the simple S e invention lave tloo
tt A BOB3ON M X D >
IIS Eleventh street reot northeast northeastFLAT JIOrtnMatFLAT northee northeeFLAT j
I
FLAT RESIDENTS RESIDENTSMOVE RESIDENTSMOVE RESIDENTSMOVE
MOVE TO SUBURBS SUBURBSFew
Few people realize RJI how the suburban suburbanmovement su suburbanmovement urban urbanmOemeDt
movement Is I depopulating de Manhattan Manhattanflats Xanhttanfiats Manhattanflats
flats said a prominent broker This Thtehas Thlshas Thishas
has been the worst season 8OC for renting
in nyc years Highclass apartments apartmentsshow aperunentishow P rtJnentb rtJnentbshoW
show a a percentage of vacancjte TaU ncief larger largerthan Jarlerthan largerthan
than ever in my recollection Cheaper Cheaperhouses CbPaPerfuses Cheaperhouses
houses fuses are being filled fairly well well but butthe butthe butthe
the tenantry is deteriorating d rlorttng in class classThe claRThe clansThe
The welltodo middle classes are being
forced out of the old city by y the devel development development developrnent ¬
opment of conditions inesioe lnk 1 to quiet quiethome Quietheme quietheine
home life or they t y are leaving of ineIr tnetro ineIrO1n ineirown
o own n accord because they find better betterhomes betterbomes betterhomes
homes to tt t the e suburbs suburbsThe 8UburbsThf suburbsThE
The influential Illftue Ul reason for the whole wholesale wholeNl wholesale ¬
sale Nl exodus f of welltodo wento o families is isfound 2sfound Isfound
found in the records of the building bu bureau bureau bersau ¬
reau Only a very few new D W houses are arebeing arebeing arebeing
being built for such families New struc structures structUTes structures ¬
tures of the last two or three years have haven
been n large arge costly costlyapartments apartments in which whichrentals whichntam whichrentals
rentals ntam are far above the ordinary purse pursePractically pursePractically
Practically no fivestory fiat houses housesare housesare housesare
are being built in Manhattan In the themeantime theJranttme theneantlme
meantime hundreds of old houses in inwhich inwhicla inwhich
which rents 1ftI were moderate have beea beeatorn beeatorn beentorn
torn down or altered ered for business businessIn businessIn
In other words the homes of the well welltodo welltodo welltodo
todo middle classes are being nf eliminated eliminatedwhile eliminatedhiIe
while 10 hlle cheap houses are be4a berne overrun overrunwith oerrunwith overrunwith
with a poorer tenantry and new houses housesare hOU886are houeare
are designed de particularly for the tnewealthy thewealthy thewealthy
wealthy wealthyThe wealthyThe wealthyThe
The great t problem of houein housing the themasses theJI1UI thenasses
masses e which w h has been the backbone ne of f
New > Tew York real estate has shifted rad ¬
ically and permanently to outlying dis districts ¬
theta trictsNew tri thetaNew < ts tsNew
New Yorks y s population is increasing Increasing1w
hv at least 2M09 If a year Population Populationin Po
in ii Manhattan snhattln is I practically stationary stationaryarid sttlonatYarIi stationaryarl
arid suburban sU llThan Guilder > Mr are housing hC usinli the th thJV
tavX t JV > New w York Evening E ninii World
HUMOROUS STORY STORYFOR STORYFOR
FOR AN ENGLISHMAN ENGLISHMANAlfred
Alfred Vanderbilt gave a dinner dinnerduring dinnerduring dinneruring
during d horse show week to the visit vteitInj vfsltIng visitug
Inj Ing l ug Britishers who were here to toexhibit toexhibit toxhibit
exhibit e their prowess prOW 88 as horseman horsemanThe hontemnThe bOremUThe
The subject of conversation was WUJnaturally wisnaturally J Jnaturally
naturally horse though at one point pointthe JHtRtthe peinthe
the t he company so far digressed 8ed a ar to toinclude toInc1u tonclude
include I e a Jackass in their discus dl1ileU8ffon dl1ileU8ffonPerhaps discuselonPerhaps Jon JonPerhaps
Perhaps this thlsjeJarture departure from dignified dignifiedconversation dignifiedCOBvestion dIgnIedonversation
cs conversation c was excusable le on the thescore tIM8eOre thecore
score s that the Jackass is closely c1e ely con connected t on onnected ll llneeted ¬
i nected with the th horse e being another anotherKen ano anohorgenus her hergenus
Ken genus us of the ame family At any anyrate IIYrate anyate
rate r ate I quote th tho Instance as original originally originaly ¬
ly l ld y told by the Englishman who Intro Introduced Jatrodueed Introueed ¬
duced d ueed the subject subjectThe sUbjectThe subjectThe
The band b nd of a crack regiment regimentehearsing vas Arasrehearsing vasrehearsing
rehearsing r a piece in an improvised improvisedpavilion IRlJovltedNIvllfon 1mprovitedpevilion
pavilion near the roadside road we of a town townjust tOWRjust townust
just j jl ust outside of London An Irishman Irishmanleading IrishmanJeadlng Irishmeneading
leading l a Jackass jack was approaching approachingthe
the t he regiment band and fearing that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the animal would skid so to speak apeakheld speakheld
held tightly to the ears of thfc th Jack Jackass jacka8 jackass peaki ¬
ass A facetious young officer offi r see seeIng seeing seeg
Ing j g the Irishman cling to th tM Jackass Jackasson jarkausaw jerkansaId
saw s aId hldlngIY What are you holding holdingon
on to your brother for Pat PatPats PatPats PatPats I
Pats eyes twinkled as he replied repliedOh repliedoh I Imight
Oh nothing only I was afraid be hemight
might lsht enlist New York Morning
Telegraph TelegraphNEW T8IegrapBNEW TelegraphNEW I
NEW YORK BOUGHT BOUGHTFOR BOUGHTFOR
J
FOR TRIVIAL SUM SUMWhen SuMVJten SUMWhen
When the tetter 1 1tter announcing the t tur turhase r rehese
ehese c for r l guilders Ildecs 524 4 or the llCOC llCOCmorgens UfJOmorgens litlOorgeng
morgens m orgeng of land constituting ManhatKn Xllhat XllhatIslDd Manhatxxsland j
Island I was read in the assembly as of ta tastales t1general tti ttiziOs <
stales si ziOs general on November 7 M38 1i it itwias its
wias s resolved that no action is neces necessary nec neesary s ss ¬ I
sary s s ary ry on thin thl information informationHad InformtiollHad InformationHad
Had their tbE > lr high mightinesses es poseec eEJd pesseedrtvslcn jd jdprevisicn
previsicn p how strenuous might ht < ha ye yebEoen qeeen e ebeen
< been b een the resolution passed that the new newly newly newy ¬ I
ly l y acquired island should be kept for forever loreve forver ¬
ever eve e ver under their control Nor wts the theWest theWest
West India Company that moneymak moneymaking ¬
I ing l ag trust which ventured this first spec speculation speeulatloR speclatlon ¬
ulation u in wheat beat and nd in lands in the thelong theJonb theong
long l ong line of enterprises known 1 wn to Man Manhattan Manhattn Manattan ¬
ht hattan h attan more alive to the excellence of oftheir ortheir ofheir
their t investment investmentMore Invp nvetmentMore tmeftt tmefttXOrft
More than ten times the sum paid over overto overto overo
to tc t o the Indians for about 2COM OOO acres ac according aeOrdinc acordint ¬
cording c < to their estimate estimate has since been beenpaid beenva beenaid
paid va p aid d for a single slnl square foot of New NewYork NewYork Nework
York Y ork Mil Probably there is no other othersale othersale otherale
sale s ale on record reconi where the advance In Invnloe
vnloe v 11018 liie has be btn n so sreat re3tPutnams Putnams
IpUBLIC PUBLIC BEQUESTS BEQUESTSIN
IN DO D U B1 MILLS WILL ILLMetropolitan WILLl1VletropoIitan WILLMetropolitan
l1VletropoIitan Metropolitan Museum and andNatural andI andNatural
I
Natural History Institution InstitutionGet InstitutionGet InstitutionGet
Get 100000 1 OO OO Each EachNEW EachNEW EachNEW
NEW YORK Jan IS lSLarze Large bequests bequestsfor bequestsfor bequestsfor
for public purposes are1 aremade are made in the thewill theill thewilt
will ill of the late Darius D rlus Ogden Mills 11l1s 2Cev 2CevYork Ne NeYork NevYork
York millionaire who died in Califor California CaUtornb Caltfornix ¬
nix recently The will which has been beenfiled been1I1ed beenfiled
filed gives no value alue of the estate con conservatively con con8erVtlYely conservaUvely ¬
servatively estimated to be at t least leastMills jo 5 5M90
M90 M90Mills 008 008KIII8
Mills leaves 161000 160000 GOOO for the Museum of ofNatural of1tuIII1 ofNatural
Natural History J10QWO lOG for the Home Homebf Homeof HomeOf
of the Incurables 51000 f4O 81000 to the Bronx BronxZoological BIOmCZoological BronxZoolngicel
Zoological Gardens G 556009 OOG to the Ameri American American Amencan ¬
can Geographical Geo Society 100009 for the theMetropolitan the1etropoIttn theMetropolItan
Metropolitan Museum of Art and J35W J35Wto 5 5to Il Ilto
to the American National Red Cress GroseSociety CroueJetJ CressSeciety
Society SocietyThe SecietyThe eJetJ eJetJT
The balance of the estate IB to be bedivided bedivided bedivided
divided between b ween Ogden Mills IIIs his son sonand HDaacl sonand
and Mrs rs Elizabeth M 1L Reid his daugh daughter dau dauter davgkten ¬
ter wife of the American ambassador ambassadorto amb s6 or orto
to England EnglandBy EnglandBy EnglandBy
By placing the Mills hotels hotel bot in New
York in the hands of trustees tru some time
before b fore his death Mills Ims took care of that thatworthy thatworthy thatworthy
worthy charity which he organized and andmaintained adI
I maintained maintainedWHAT aintatnedWHAT ted tedWHAT
WHAT HE WOULD GET GETConsumers GETCoasuMerS GETConsumers
Consumers of electric light in Bank Bankkok Btuakkok Beakkok
kok kok Stem have been served with no notices BO BOtkes notIce ¬
tices tIce to this eeffct Sir SirFor For the ease easethat ethat easethat
that your electric light should fall we webeg weto webeg
beg to send you inclosed a a postcard postcardwhich po teardhleh postcardwhich
which hleh please send us at once when you youAnd youftnd you1trd
And your light l ht is out The Th company companywill companywill
will then send you another anot postcard r steard I
Yours trulv Manager Slam E E EtrlcIty > < < trlcity
Limited LimitedKI Limited1iatras Kn as City Star
AMERICANS ALWAYS ALWAYSREADY ALWAYSREADY ALWAYSREADY
READY TO FIGHT FIGHTJerome FIGHTJerome FJOHTJerome
Jerome S McWade the millionaire millionairecollector millionairecollectol millionairecollector
collector of Duluth condemned in a arecent areoeot arecant
recent lecture American pugnacious pugnaclousMy pugnacl pugnaciousflees u unees
flees neesMy
My morning < papor says SY he tells tellsme tellsme telieme
me how A breaks Bs Jaw because e he hehappened heupp hehappened
happened oed to stumble over Bs foot foot m ma JR JRet isa
a street et car Arrested ted for assault S ho hosays heays hOsays
says The man who crosses his logs logsin legsIn OS OSIn
in a a crowded car deserves a licking lickingThat JkkagThat lickingThat
That sort of ruffianism is intolerable intolerableYet IntolerableYet IntoleraMeYet
Yet in our nervous Irritability due to toour toou toour
our ou business bw ne85 life liCe we are continually continuallysquabbling conttnuany8QuabblID contintmflYqubblIng
squabbling and fighting
Mr McVade smiled Only yester yesterday yesterday yesterday ¬
day he continued I heard of a a cop eopper oopper coppet
per miner who was hurrying home homeward homerd homeward ¬
ward rd from work when he came upon uponanother uponanother R Ranother
another chap under a street lamp lampHello JampH lampHello
Hello H IIo he said Are you Dick DickSweeney DickSweeney DICkSweeney
Sweeney of Two Harbors HarborsThe HarborsThe HarborsThe
The other chap who was w also 150 fag faged fgCecl faggod
god ed to death snarled out No I aint aintk lntDIck aintDick
DIck > k Sweeney Sw y of Two Harbors HarborsThen HrborSTMn HarborsThen
Then the first char shot out his fiat flstand AstaJHl fiatand
and landed a heavy left eft on the others othersJaw othersw othersWell othersjaw
Jaw v vWell
w
jawWeIl Well take that then he saW 4 for forbete Corhela forbeta
beta so like him Louisville Louts Herald HeraldLOSS HeraJdLOSS HeraldLOSS
LOSS IRREPARABLE IRREPARABLEWhat
What has happened to me meT asked askedthe askedth aSkadthe
the th patient when he had recovered from fromthe frl frlthe Ironthe
the effects of the ether etherYou etherYou etherYou
You were in a motor ear accident accidentsaid accldent8IcI accidentseid
said the nurse IIUlH and it has been foufd foufdnecessary found fOURCln8Ce foundnecessary
necessary IY to amputate your r right hand handHe bBdHe handHe
He sank back on the pillows lUows sobbing sobbingaloud so btngaJoud SObbingaloud
aloud aloudCheer aJoudCheer aloudCheer
Cheer up whispered w l the nurse pat patting patting patting
ting him lm on the head youll soon learn learnto leernto learnto
to get along all 11 rfgM rtg t with your left lefthand efthand lefthand
hand handOh I
handoh Oh it wasnt the loss Jo of the hand it Itf Itself j jself
self f that I was thinking of ot signed the thevictim thevictim I ITIeUm
victim but on the forefinger eJlstger was a astring astring i iJJtriag
string that my wife tied around k I Iremind Ja LSremind I Iranlad
remind me ue to get something lor for her this thismorning thismorning I
morning and now m never be able We to toremember 10remember I
remember what W ft It I waaNewark was Newark Star StarTHE StarTHE StarTHE
THE NEW BROOM BROOMThe BROO11TIM BROOMThe
The Builder to the new ea foremanWeH t0l8IRaDWell foreman foremenWell
Well Tim nm getting on all 11 right Where Whereare Whereare Wltereare
are all the hands handsThe hIIdsTh handsThe
The Th Foreman FOremnSure Sure rye sacked em emall emall emall
all to show how em whos foreman now nowThe D nowThe W WThe
The Sketch
HIS BROTHERS KEEPER
Syneps Synepsisef S s gf Chapters Cbpters Already Pablisbed PablisbedMark P1blishedMark PsblisbedMark
Mark Lee is InnJted by Carl arl Vaughn at ata atbaDqt ata
a a banquet In Bortoo and 4 throws hnJW a gJ gJoC glass glassof Ias Iasof
of win wiDe into his face Both men are em employed emJtIoFNi sinpieyed ¬
ployed te the Philadelphia off Iee oe of the theAaro theAaro theAaron
Aaro Aaron Burr Company Hugh Lee drags dragsWe cIrapbH dragshis
We brother from the table Mark con contbe COIIfeMes confesees
feMes tbat that III 1 order to be a1 to It for ferthe forthe
the hand of Hihia HIh Graves be 1Ias has take takeXKe6 taken taftRM takenleslIe
leslIe M In bond from the firms s safe for 1trputtiac f fa fora
a f few days ys n we fa putting tbroocta tlareacbdeal a adeal adeal
deal dealHagh and that Vaughn knews Ute truth truthHugh trutKHugh
Hugh Lee ata a also loves Hilda Graves b b1It b1IttllIRe bsttknles t tthtaka
thtaka that sh site kwH his brother He Hetakes Hea Hetakes
takes a pack package Me brother says contains containsth COIttaIJlsOM coetainsthe
th OM bonds and sees to Philadelphia Pkl1a e1pbJa after aftera
a formal Interview with Hilda On his hieway his1M hisway
way be tods fl the envelope ope contains oaly oalynewspapers eIIIReWl onlynewspapers
newspapers pqMIfS He goes to Ms mothers mothershOMte mothershone hera heraB8JU
hone ta Baltimore B8JU where Mark joIns htm htmCart hi hiCarl him himcarl
Carl Vaughn burst hat tate the room charge chargeMark dlargellXark chargestark
Mark tark with theft and Marie atrtfcee bun htmgoes II IIand bunand
and JMIIIM bba oat of Ute bones Hush Hushto Rughgoes
goes to a house where wberhe he thinks Vaa Vaugtua Veeghais nn nnHe
1 grabs a parcel 1M supposes to tothe contain containthe
the bond and At en pursued h Bwoeck BwoeckVau BececicVaughns
Vau Vaughns 8 friend a policemen aM a crowd erowLH crowdIts
He H leaps on a oar throws off the tile4tcw eon eondvctor condarter
darter MKHIC f fU B speed eed and Meapa e1II1dag eampesmaking Meapamaktag
making his war to the docks on the river rivertroat r1vettroRt riverfront
front There be dteeotrers that the b pack packcoMattvc peekage k kag
ag age e eoMR coMattvc lov lest letters of Vawsfcns la lathe lRtile Inthe
the aarknese rke kJteH be bean a a green groaaCHAPTER neaCHAPTER greenCHAPTER
CHAPTER VI VIA VIA 11 11A
A NOCTURNAL ADVBNTURK ADVBNTURKr ADVJ TURK TURKYS
7 r ES there could be no doubt My MyV MyV y year
YS V V ears ear h had d not tricked HM It was wasa wasI S Sa
I a s groan OB And appIeD apparently y from fromsomewhere froMsomewhere fromsomewhere
somewhere on or wider that tnatdark thatdark t tdark
dark dock at ray feet feecI feetI
I will Ill own I was frightened ed I had hadbeen hadDeeD hdbeen
been through much and to the U strong strongest stroagest strongeat ¬
est nerves there is something SCNneth uncanny uncannyin
in i n such a grisly y sound coming from frontnothingness fromnothiftgne fromnothingness
nothingness s on a midnightMack Jl wharf wharfthat wh8rtUmt wharfthat
that is apparently empty emptyOne emptJOne
One oclock boomed from far away awayto 3wayto awayto
to northward The hum of the city had hadso hadO hadso
so died d away that the distant clock clockstroke eIockstroke clockstroke
stroke broke the awed stillness with wttha
a startlmc reverberation reverberationAnd rewrbertJoAnd reverberdOeAnd
And again n as if in answer came camethat eIDethat camethat
that low anguished an i8bed mean from the thenearer theneATer thenearer
nearer JarknessBy Jarkness JarkneABy iarknessBy
By this time my nerves had been beenlashed MeAJaslMd beenashed
lashed l into better control And A fore foreinj forcln foecng
inj ln i ng back the wave of involuntary ter terror terror tennor ¬
ror I bent my every faculty to the thelocating theIoctlnJ theiocaUn
locating of the sound soundThug souDCIThus SOUndThus
Thus it was that I found it did not notcome notcome notcome
come from among the rotting rotU timbers timbersat
at my feet as I had ftrst fancied but butfrom butfroM butfrone
from a a point Jt two er three yards be beVHMl DeTakl
VHMl 5004Taking VHMlTaking
Taking Takl my courage co e In both hands I Istepped Istepped Istopped
stepped cautiously utbously in the direction of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the sound soundThe soundThe IMI IMIThe
The night B ht was pitch p teh Mack beyond beyondthe be betbe beyondthe
the eirdle of shore lights I bts The Tb solitary solitarylantern solftarYlantern solitaryantern
lantern l that iUumlned n umItted the disused dock dockstep cIodccast dockcast
cast so feeble a gleam that as I moved moveda
a step ep outward 1 was beyond its sal narrow JtIrow salrow ¬
row radius radiusThe radiusThe
The dock was as narrow To its right rightsde rithtsIde rightsde
sde about ab ut twothirds of the way out outsteod out outsteod outsteod
steod the tiny watchmanhut Be Between Be Between histween ¬
tween this hut h1 and the pier edge to tothe totlte tothe
the right r ran a srlp of decayed plank planking plnkllU planknc ¬
ing I nc perhaps two feet wide surely no nowider 110ider noeider
wider ider And it was from this locality localitythat 10eaIitythat localitythat
that the sound nd of groaning had come comeIf comeIf comeIf
If you who read this should sneer at atme atee t tme
me l ee for a coward because I approached approachedthe approaeb approaebthe
the dark spot with so little zest zest I will willbeg willbeg Willbeg
beg you ou to remember there are as many manyvarieties manywieties manyvarieties
varieties of courage courageor or its lack lackas lackasthNe lackasthere as asthere
there are of men menMy meny men31y
My y father who ho fought In the civil civilwar civilwar CIVILwar
war used to tell me that the rarest rarestform rarestform rarestform
form of bravery was what the soldiers soldierswere 1OIdier8were soldierswere
were wont to term midnight pluck pluckIn pluckIn pluckIn
In other words the courage that thattamedor sus sustained 3Dtalnedor ¬
tained talnedor or deserted desertedan an ordinarily brave braveroan braveman braveluau
roan when at t dead of night he was wassuddenly wasU4ldenly wassoddenly
suddenly roused from from sleep or from fromt1HIr fromother
other fancied security to f fACe ace seme un unknown unknown
known peril perilAnd perilAnd
And many a man who In daytime is isas isas Isas I
as bold as a Hon feels himself shrink shrinkin shrinkIn shrinkin
in Involuntary dread at such ordeal ordealHowever onIeaJHowever ordealHowever
However as my gallant father used usedto ecltosey usedto
to tosey say It isnt what you feel but butwhat butwhat butwhat
what you OU do that prove proy you brave brave or ora 0coward ora
a coward So I deny cowardice cowardiceFor co coFor cowardiceFor
For no matter bow many souls soulsshirked soulsshirked soulsshirked
shirked their tasks ta I walked straight straightinto s straightInto ht htInto
into the hushed Hd darkness to the spot spotwhence spotwhence spotwhence
whence the groan had issued issuedSlowly 11IroedSlowly issuedSlowly
Slowly I walked my arms half raised raisedto rai8eclto raisedto
to guard against 1ISt any an wharf har rat trap trapI
I might be blundering Into IntoAt IntoAt IntoAt
At my sixth step my m toe struck struckagainst stnKkagaJD8t struckagainst
against a soft yielding substance And Andthte Andthle Andthis
this time the groan did sound literally literallyat
at my very feet feetAnd feetAm feetAnd
And I knew I had come upon the theprostrate Utepr08trate tJueprostrate
prostrate body of a a man manI manI manI
I turned hurried down the pier to towhere towhere towhere
where the lantern bung unhooked the thelight t thelight e elight
light from Its peg and returned with It Itto Itto Itto
to the narrow strip of boards where wherethe whereUte wherethe
the body lay layAs 18yAs layAs
As I lifted the lantern light its i rays raysdisclosed raYoJdtsclosed raysdisclosed
disclosed a huddled shape sprawling
face downward half on half off the thewharfs tbW thewharfs
wharfs W 8 string piece The bead lolled lolledlimply loI1ecIlimply 10UsdlImply
limply over the side banging down to toward to toward toward ¬
ward the black water below belowMy bfoJoiMy beIonMy
My impulse Impal e rs a to run for assistance assistanceBut 8tDCeBut amlatanceBut
But But first I must get et the unfortunate unfortunatefellow unfortunatefellow unfortunatefellow
fellow into some more comfortable pool position poolties ¬
ties I did not know how badly injured i I i ihe
he might be But In any case he hewould hewould hewould
would fare better were he 1 at once laid laidout laidout
out straight on the boards instead of ofbeing orbeingeft ofbeing
being beingeft left dangling over the edge l where whereany whereany whereany I I
any convulsive movement of his body bodymight bodyml8ht bodymight
might send him toppling into the water waterI wateri
I i hung the lantern upon a bit of brok broken brcken ¬
i n thst thstto to tothe
en window shutter that stuck out from fromthe frontthe
the side of the hut Then I bent over overthe overthe overthe
the motionless ss man manAs manAs mnAs
As I did so the thought thou5 > ht occurred to tome totnt
me m that I might well 11 Cn flod < i myself mY lr in a amost amCst aniast I
most r f perullar uHar < position rhouM on one nf ofhe
the he harbor police po co or a pi pier r wa watchman 1 i
II II IIBy
By ByALBERT ByALBERT
ALBERT PAYSON TERHUNE TERHUNEhappen TERHUNEhappen TERHUNEhappen
happen upon us at t that moment My Myown Myown Myown
own presence on the dock at that hour hourwould hourwould hourwould
would not be easy to explain The police policeno polleeno polIceno
no doubt were already seeking me Sup Suppose Suppose Suppose ¬
pose they should find find me at 1 a IL m on ona ona ona
a a disused d pier leaning over an appar apparently appartUy apparutly ¬
ently waDded man It might be hard hardto harclto hardto
to explain explainI
I lifted IIfte the man bodily bodilYhe he was slen slender sIeDck slender ¬
der ck r and though tall w wan 6 not heavy heavyand beyand
and stretched him face upward on th thboards tbbonb the thebeards
boards T could feel his shoulders twitch twitchtk twltc twltcwiCII
with rfltu retuning Ing oonf constiousnesa lO 88 the new newJO newposition
JO position tk > n med the blood pressure pre un on onis ODbi onhis
bi is brain brainhen braIDTben brainThen
Then hen I rose to my feet Hitherto the thelantern tIMlantern thelantern
lantern light bad been obscured by my myown myown myown
own crouching CIOucld form and the unknowns unknownshead uDknownbead unknownsbead
bead bad thus been in dense shadow shadowNow aIMwIowNow shadowNow
Now the yellow beams fell fall athwart athwarthis athwartbis athwarthis
his face And as they did so the closed closedeyes do ed edeyes
eyes opened wide wideI wideI
I started back scarce less s ghastly than thanthe tha1h8 than1b
the 1b man at my feet Indeed so swift swiftand JtwtttIHI awiftand
and Involuntarily was my recoil that thatonly thatonly
only 17 a sharp contact witn the side of ofthe 0the ofthe
the hut saved vecl me from losing my bal balance bIDee isianee ¬
Dee and falling prone proneThe pconeIhe proneThe
The jar as I struck the hut shook some somesense tOMeIoeD8e somesense
sense in In my bewildered brain 1 n n and again againmy againmy IA IAmy
my dumfounded eyes met those of the theinjured theInJured theinjured
injured man man1Ie manHe
1Ie wag Mark Lee s my own brother brotherHis br brotherHis het hetHIs
His face was streaked with 1tJt Wood ODe Ooehand ODehancl Onehand
hand was red and there were darkening darkeningspots lag lagtcpOtS
I spots on the white front tro t of his negli negligee negilgee 1 1shirt ¬
gee shirt shirtnotic shirtI shirtI
I ran along the pier to where I Inoticed hai hainoticed
notic noticed d an old bucket with a yard or ortwo 0 ortwo
two of rotten rope tied to its handle handleI
I uncorded rded the rope dropped the bucket bucketever bucketever bucketcver
ever the pier edge e and drew it up half halffull halffull C Cfvll
full of water waterI
I tore open the collar and neck of ofMarks orMarks ofMarks
Marks shirt and dashed part of the thebuckets thebucket thebuckets
buckets bucket contents into his fac facIt fa faIt face faceIt
It was the unadvised act of a a badly badlyrattled M4lyrattled bediyrattled
rattled nan and nd no indorsement of it itcan Itean itcan
can be fund in First Aid to the In Injured Injured InJured ¬
jured Yet Y It to my surprise it served servedAs 8elYedV servedAs
As th 1M cold water swashed over hi hiface his hisface J JMad
face head and throat Mark MrkIIfioUttfJt4 gasped gaspedsputtered ganp ganpsputtered
sputtered an incohrent 1nO rent word rd or two and andsat adM andsat
sat M up upI upI upI
I eyed him tm with astonishment a mixed mixedwith Jll cedwith mixedwith
with rellf rei 1f For the copious dash of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the water not onlv revived r vld him lm but butwashed butwa butwashed
washed the blood from rom his face And AndI
I could ukl see thereon no wound or cut cutI cutI cutI
I P8 parsed my arm around ar > und his body and andKfted andItrted andlifted
lifted him to his feet He reeled un unsteadily UD1Iteadily Unsteadily ¬
steadily but it was as at tt once O 3e evident evidentthat e evidentthat t tthat
that no bones were broken brokenHis bre breenHis > m mHis
His clothes were disordered dl ordered > and torn tornHis tornHis tornHis
His eve was still vacant and wander wandering Wandering wandering ¬
ing He He mumbled incoherently and did didnot didnot didnot
not seem TO recognize me meMark meMark meMark
Mark I exclain atclaimred ed sharply Braoe Braoeup Braeeup Ergeeup
up man What has happened happenedAt htL ed edAt
At my first quick mcnosyllable mUK Elyllabie he e had hadroused M hadroused l lIOUIed
roused himself slightly s ht1y but new he heslumped heslumped liesluinpod
slumped again and hung almost a dead deadweteht dw deadweight
weight w t over my 1D arm armWhere annhere armWhere
Where here are you hurt I demanded demandedLemme demandedLeinme
Lemme lone he muttered thickly thicklyIm tllteldyrmrm thicklyImIm
Im rmrm Fm sleepyd sleepydThn sleepy sleepydThou d dTbD
TbD with mingled mID ed joy 0 oy and disgust disgustI tI
I saw the truth He was dnthk dnthkWherever dnmkMrever drtftIlCWherever
Wherever Mrever and however howe er he might oth othrwfcw othhf othrwtse
rwfcw he injured the chief cause of ofhis corhi ofhis
his hi weakness we knes8 and dazed stupidity WAS wsdue WASdue wasdue
due to drink That was why my m foolish foolishact foolishact foolishact
act in hurling cold water over ov r his head headhad heAdhad headhad
had roused him himI himI hiniI
I repeated the performance eaaptin eaaptinthe enptlthe emptinthe
the whole bucket upon him Soaked Soakedgasping So Soakedgasping ked keddrunkenly
gasping drunkenly indignant he clawed clawedcrossly clawedcrosslJ clawedcrossly
crossly at me meBut meBut meBut
But But unheeding I sUpped in arm armaround armaroaud armarousd
around him orce more and half bat c irried irriedhalf lrriedbaIt trriedhalf
half led him along the creaking dock dockto dockto dockto
to the street beyond beyondI > e1oooI
I must get him home at once and andunobserved andunobfoerved endunobserved
unobserved Were ho to be seen by bya bya bya
a policeman lceman his bloodstained clothes clothesand cloUteand clothesand
and hands would inevitably lead to toarrest toarrest toarrest
arrest Then much must come out outwhich Itwhich outwhich
which were best to keep secret secretTo secretTo secretTo
To get gE > t him home at all was a a prob problem problem probIsm ¬
lem We w were miles away aw l from fromMount frolRfount frontMoment
Mount Royal avenue True True I might mighttake migbttake umighttake
take him to a hotel nearer by B it if ifas ICas Itas
as seemed certain < front the bfooi bIoo J be hewere bewere bewere
were somewhere whfre wounded that neant neantthe neantt neantthe
the t instant ln calling < of a doctor de ctor > list nd a aphysician aphstdaa aphysician
physician sumMOned to tend a wound woundat woundat woundat
at a hotel si Sl1t It publicity am news newspaper newspJeI newspupei ¬
paper notoriety neither of w ch we wecould wecoa1d wecould
could just then face faceAnd f3eAnd mnceAnd
And as I stood supporting the inert
figure > at the darker side of the street streetwaiting streetwait1n streetwaiting i
waiting wait1n for a chance to pilot him into intoone intoOllt Intoone
one of the darker byways that ran
into the farther side of the thorough thoroughfare thoroughfare ¬
fare fare chance solved the problem problemA
A taxicab having deposited a noisy noisyquartet DOIsyquartet noisyquartet i
quartet of merchant marine officers at atthe attbe atthe
the gangplank plank of a nearby ncarb steamship stoamshttwheeled steamshtt steamshttwteeled steamshipwheded
wheeled and Dd scudded down the street streetpast streetpast streetpast
past us usI usI usI
I hailed Ai the vehicle It curved in to toward to toWaTd toward ¬
ward us where we stood in the friendly friendlyshadow friendlyshadow
shadow I helped Mark into the tb taxi taxiand taxiand taxiand
and he collapsed across the entire back backseat b8ekeat backseat
seat seatThe
eatThe
The driver as I gave the address of ofmy ormy ofmy I
my mothers house showed scant in ¬ I
terest in his younger passengers passengerspllght plight
The light was too dim for him to notice
the bloodstains And the fact that a
drunken disheveled man was being
helped into a cab by a friend along the thewater thewater thewater
water front front was not sufficiently novel
to cause wonder wonderdown wonderInto
Into the taxI I foUwoed and pulling I I
down one OD of the two movable front frontseats frentseats frontseats I
seats perched opposite OpJ 05lte > to my recum ¬ i
bent brother The taxicab started off
at a quick pace paceSo paceSo paceSo
So far so s coed od And I drew dTe an easier easierrf
breath rf > ath Later Latf there would be time to topresent toOk
Ok k q questions fttom to try to find a way out Qutnf outnf
nf this vip mudd1e At present presentilarifc presentIQusel1 presentLar3t
ilarifc Lar3t reused ma ou e of my reverie 1 >
by suddenly sitting up and muttering
as his hand f fumbled umblefi awkwardly at the theside th thside
side of his coat coatMy OatMy coatMy <
My watch Fel out of pocket Heard
It It There on in th thO dock Go back for if It
I halted the chauffeur chau eur < But I was not notminded notminded
minded having haVi gotten ten Mark safely satel satelway
away way from the scene 8CelMt to take him back backthe
to it t lIte Wfte alreaay aireally two blocks from
the waterfront waterfrontWait wttorfrontWAJt waterfrontWelt
Wait I ordered the chauffeur < Ill Illbe Idbe Illbe
be back in five minutes u If the other othergentleman tIMrltntleuull
gentleman tries to get out of the cab cabpusn cabJiJ8n cabgunn
pusn him back and shut ut the door on
him himleaving himAnd
hintAnd
And I started 011 a run to tIN bam basineaving
leaving Ieain l Mark once more somnolent on onthe eftt onhe
the t he cushions and the chauffeur dully dullysober dullYI dullyWondering
I Wondering 1ac at t the vagaries of the OBI OBIIIOber only onlysober
sober member mber of the party
Xaw N w bad my brothers watch been an anunmarked IIlIn anuflflmare
unmarked lIn uflflmare one of his own purchasing < It Itroiarht Itmifdlt Itmight
might have lain undisturbed on < the
dock for the first wharf rat to pick kk up
for aught au t I cared No mere intrinsic Intrinoicvalue intrinsicvalue
value al of the timepiece tbDeP e would have AaY lured luredroe 1uredme luresno
roe no to the recklessness of a second visit visitto v1IdI vlsilo
I to the spot where I had found my myunconscious myUI1C01 myuncouscious
unconscious UI1C01 Clous brother brotherBut bratberBut brotherBut
But But as it chanced the watch had hadbeen hadbeen
been my fathers lalber It had been my mymothers mymothers
mothers first sift ft to him At his b death deathsh deathsbe deathshe
sh she bad given ft to toark Mark She would
be certain ff to notice not its absence a And Anda
a more practical less sentimental rea reason reaon roeSon ¬
son for my return returatbe the watchs watch inner innercase IDnercaN tunercase
case bore Marks name engraved eR ta
full fullIf fullIf
fullIf
If as I dreaded d that dock had been
the scene of some folly or misadven misadventure Jl mlsadventLwe when whent ¬
ture t ure on my 1 brother broUierLr Zf part and were his hiswatch hiswatch
watch found there the poHce ltce ce could cou not notpossibly
possibly bfy fan to connect elm wtth what whatever wbatevfr ¬
ever disaster or escapade there mightI might
have befallen The watch must be
I found That was w Imperative ImperativeEven impenatlveETtn izupernttveEven
Even wer were I mistaken in attributing
Marks torn torn Mood bloodstained taiued plight ht to tosome toOIDe tosame
some encounter enunter whicn whic Would put him himon himon himon
on the wrong wrol1 < side ot the law 1 w the ab absence ab abINDN absour ¬
sence sour of the watch wMild MIld make my mymother
mother utterly miserable miserableAnd mierablADdon miserableAndunla
And ADdon Andunla unless I by some miracle JII mtracL of luck luckI
I could < wfcrd off 0 < exposure in the matter matterof mtterof matterof
of the stolen bonds boadtrfllhe she was certain of ofa oCa ofa
a cup full of disgrace d and heart i ibreaking I
breaking breaktn without this addd sorrow sorrowI
I reach reached d the dock unhooked the
lantern and began n what I felt to be an anabsolutely anabsolutely
ab absolutely hopelene search searchBack MIlrckBadc serchck
Back ck and forth along the t stringpiece stringpiecewhere trlngpleeewhere stnlngplecewhere
where Mark had fallen I walked throw throwing throwI throwbig ¬
big I the feeble feebi lantern rays hither and andthither lidthither
thither along the dirty Iriy flooring of the
dock dockIt dotkIt dockIt
It was as I was wU returning returnn hopeless
from my last futile tour of the dock dockthat dockthat i
that the light t struck a faint reflection reflectionfrom re reSectionfrom eetlon eetlonfroRi
from what seemed a tiny spot of yellow yellowmetal yellowmetal yellowmetal
metal between two joists at the outer outeredge outeredge
edge e Je of the strtngpfece strtngpfeceIdly itringpieenIdly
Idly I stepped nearer and loaned down downto WB WBto i ito
to examine eXJ D There e I saw a m tiny Un little littlebar 1ttUebRr littlebar
bar of void d wedged w ged into the narrow narrowspace narrow8pC narrowspace
space between bet n the joists It was the
bar of a watch chain chainI
I carefully picked It out from the thecrack thecrack thecrack
crack and the rest of the chain and the thewatch theWlLtch thewatch
watch itself followed followedWatch followeclYtch followedWatch
Watch and chain hs6 t evidently tum tumbled tumbled turnbled ¬
bled from Marks pocket as he felL felLI OIL OILThey
I They had slipped 1ppEod over the outer edge of ofUte ofthe
I I the MrlD stringiMece and would have dropped droppedinto droppedinto
into the water below had not the chain chainbar chainbar chainbi
bar become wedged in between betw en the thejoists thejoists
joists joistsI
I pocketed ted the oddly recovered watch watchand watchand
and started once more for or the street streetIf streetI streetIt
If in the greater points of the game
Fortune had proven herself my foe foeyet foeyet foeyet
yet ia the minor mlD r matters at least she shewas shewas be bewas
was strangely fitnm 1y befriending us usMark usMark usMark
Mark was safe In the taxicab where
in another minute or two I would join
him Then when we should reach reac
home home I knew I could readily get him
to his room without disturbing our ourmother ourmother
mother motherI
I could find there t re the exact nature natureand natureand
and extent of his injuries and If they
proved slight enough enou for my own skill skillas skillas
as an amateur surgeon surg Oft I could put the
lad on his feet again n without any anyone one
becoming becomln one whit the wiser wiserAfter wiserAftet t er
After that I could learn from him the
history of the evening
And together we might be aWe to
block out tome oa me e plan for the th cJrcumven
hug In of Karl Vaughn Va n and the recovery
of the bonds No game was as ev evor < r irre ¬
trievably trk > vably lost until the last Ja card wasplayed was wasplayed
played And I would play pta to the bitter bitterend bitterend bitterend
end endI endI endI
I replaced the lantern and strode into
the one remaining strip trlp of darkness that
lay between me and the street streetIt
It it was barely ten steps in all along
the dock from where the lanterns
light U ht failed to where the rays from
the th street began be n to illumine the foot footway footway footway ¬
way And through throu h that dark spAce I Iwas Iwas
was hurrying at a dogtrot when whenHands wbenHllds whenHands
Hands up
I halted involuntarily Then gather ther ¬
lug tnltmyself myself together prepared to rush ru h
the footpad who lurked there in the
darkness and dared summon me to sur surrender surrender surrender ¬
render renderWhatever renderWhatever
renderWhtever
Whatever my dread of the law I had hadno hadno hadno
no fear of a mere thief no matter bow bowgreat bowJreat bowgreat
great an advantage the darkness and a aprobable aprobable
probable kntfe or pistol might give him
So tightening tt teftl my muscles for the or ¬
deal I sprang into the darkness at the
Invisible Invistb foe foeThrough foeThrouh leeThrough
Through the gloom cutting it like likea likea
a knife flashed the white glare of an anelectric anelectric
electric eI drle flash lamp striking me fail and
blindingly in the face faceBut faceRut faceBut
But Rut shutting my eyes I lunged for forward forward forwl ¬
ward in the direction whence came the
flare flareXy flareMy
My swinginr tarns rm encountered e an analert anal analert
alert al rt body And I grappled blindly with
It there m In the pitch dark darkThe darkThe darkTime
The Continuation ontinunilonof of This Story Will WillBe VIII VIIIBe VliIBe
Be Found in Tomorrows TomorrowsIsaac TomorroTaIssuc TomorrowsIsanc
Isaac of The Time
GUARDS GUAnbs STRUGGLE STRUGGLETO STRUGGLETO
Tfl TO lu QiVF oAiL SAVE YAPHT YACHT YACHTHope YACHTHope lAuill lAuillHope
Hope to Float Costly Vessel VesselAshore VesselAshore VesselAshore
Ashore Off Atlantic AtlanticCity AtlanticCity AtlanticCity
City CityATI Cityj CityTLLlTIC CityTLANTIC
j
ATI TLLlTIC A3rnc CITY Jan JL ML lIThe DM United UnitedSuit URltdStates TisituidStates
Suit States coast guards today expressed expressedthe eMeMedthe expressedthe
the hope that they would be able to tosave toMve tosave
save the mew 11 auxiliary schooner yacht yachtMist yachtMist
Mist 11181 belonging to Harold Binney a apatent apatent apatent
patent attorney of New York The Theyacht Theyacht
yacht was driven ashore bore within a few fewyards fewynI fewyards
yards or of the th boardwalk at an early
hour today after ter having been aban abeniloned ¬
doned during the night by b her owner ownerhis ownerhis ownerhis
his guests g ts and crew crewThousand crewTItoueands crewTb
Thousand Tb uaiida of people are on the board boardwalk cdwalk boardwalk ¬
walk watching the Hfesavm Jtte lifesaving a vlag crew in intheir InUMlr inthoir
their efforts effont to float the yacht tote deep deepwater deepWater deepwater
waterBianey water waterBinney
WaterBbutey
Binney has little hope of sari saving go the theJSW theworth
JSW worth of provisions OR the boat 1HML and andthe
the personal effects of himself and amiseems aIHlgue andguests
seems ts hi the cabins ebtneThe eebhIThe cabinsThe
The Mist the winner of the recent
deep sea race to Berm Bermuda was carry ¬
lAg the owner and his grate from New
York to Newport 8WjOrt News ews when it ran In ¬
to a terrific coast rle t Je early yesterday
Sails were furled and the vessel aou sought ouht bt
to u proceed under power Mrs Darned
became so ill that Binney turned the
head of the suet toward this dyr city The Thebaaed
uu were 8 high that tbe Xn DnteIt
baaed ecI to be put pu ashore and a yawl
was launched and Mrs Darnell and h her 1
baby taken safely atfi to shore
The crew including four sailors and
a cookdropped cook cook dropped two wo sea anchors and
endeavored Ddeav ftd to ride out the gale A
breaking breaking windlass Willdt set t tee vessel free fr
and she drifted helplessly Ltf Llfe Llfewere Llfeayer Llfeayerwere Mvers Mverscrew
were rushed to the vessel el and to the
crew off 0 Tnte morrlpg u the e yacht was
driven drlT ashore Wrecking tug tap have been
sent roc lorRUINS rocRUINS forRUINS
RUINS OF CijIES CijIESi l1 fIES xi1ESFOUND fIESFOUND
i FOUND IN TIERS TIERSX
X De Morgan Morgan IUI at the head of the
French expedition making JDaId excavations excavationson eiccneationon
on the site of the ancient t eky of Sean S Seann
in i n Mesopotamia I tmIa spoken of m III the Bible Bibleunder Btb BtbulMer B1blunder
under the name of Shnsban and one
time t hu the capital of the Persian monarchs
Darius and Artaxerx Antaxerane Artajt rxes has unearthed unearthedthe UIMUtbedthe
the t he remains of three th ee distinct cities each
built on the ruins rul of an earlier one ODe says
the t he Pathfinder PathfinderThe Pa1 PathfinderThe ftader ftaderThe
The oldest definite remains date dat back backat Daekat beckat
at least 4 cCM years before Christ and
the place show shoWl > evidence of having havt
been the abode of man even n before that thatthe
Among the principal moronsencs mor imeida found foundwere founde foundwere
were e four black stone piF ptl pilirs ITS set up by
King Khammurabi K with the law in inscribed Incribed ¬
scribed s bN on them for the people to read
New Orleans Dally States StatesCUT Stat StatesCUT
CUT TO LOWEST LOWESTJohn LOWESTJohn LOWESTJohn
John this firm firm Is advertising ad dresses dresses7K dressesg
7K per cent oft What Whattoe does doe It ItBath moans moansBathing mesasBathing
Bathing Bath suits JluttsHcUlJtOll Houston Poet PostTIMES PoetTIMES PoetTIMES
TIMES WANTS WANTSAND
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