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li 4 THE SALT SALTLAKR LAKE HERALD MONDAY AUGUST AUGUSTII 11 1902
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The Herald delivered to any address by bymall bymall
mall Telephone 357 or write The Herald HeraldP HeraldJUST
JUST A FAMILY ROW ROWC ROWC
P C OXGRESSMAN OXGnESS AN SUTHERLAND has hasJ hasplaced
J placed himself on record as say saying S8 S8Ing ¬
ing that If there are any quarrels in inthe inthe h hthe
the Republican party part they will be set settled settled ¬
tled Jn the family circle He insists insiststhat insiststlit
that after the settlement the party partywlll part partwill
wlll present an unbroken front to what whatthe whatthe
the Republicans are pleased to call callthe callthe
the foe and that all will be well In Inthe inthe Inthe
the end for those thoseof o of his faith ilr ilrSutherland UrSutherland
Sutherland somehow reminds The TheHorald TheHorald
Horald of a story storyOnce storyJ
J Once upon a time a bad boy bo tied the thetails thetaIls thetails
tails of a pair of cats together and andthen andth
then th n thoughtlessly flung them across acrossn acrossclothes
n clothes line Some minutes later a ahumane ahumane
humane citizen happened along and andseeing andseeing
seeing the destruction the felines were wereworking wereworking
working upon each other disentangled disentangledthejn dlentangledthm
thejn them by a simple expedient He Heslashed Heslashet
slashed off their tails with a a sharp sharpknife sharpknife
knife leaving the theappendages appendages dangling danglingfrom dangUngfrom
from the line Then along came an anIrishman anIrishman
Irishman Howly Howl Mither he ex exclaimed exclaimed cxclaimed ¬
claimed the murtherin cats have haventen haveaten
aten wan anlther up upUnless upUnless
Unless all signs fail that tha t is the way waythe waythe
1 the Republican rows are going to be besettledIn1 besettled
0 settledIn1 settled In 1nthe the family circle When Whenevery Vhenevery
every member of a family Is out for forevery forcer
every cer other member with a stout club clubnnd cluband
and other Implements of warfare It Itdoesnt itdoesnt
doesnt make that family a preferred preferredlife preferredUfe I
life Insurance risk Far be it from fromThe tromThe I
The Herald to disturb the calm calmserenity catmserenity
serenity of Mr II Sutherland but It Itwould itwould
would not be doing its duty It It did didnot didnot didnot
not call his attention to the signs In Inthe inthe I
the heavens heavensSome heave s sSome
Some members of the peaceful Re Republican Republican ¬
publican family circle had better get getmighty getmighty
mighty busy bus digging cyclone cellars cellarsJust ceIlarsJust
Just to be on the safe side The Herald Heraldwould Heraldwould
would advise advl e all ot them to locate locatesome locatesome
some secure retreat to which they thoymay tho thomay
may retire when the cold cold winds windsdo windsdo I
do blow blo T Kearns may be the one onewho one onewho n
l who will need the refuge most and andthen andthen
t then again G Sutherland may ma need it itThe ItThe
The Herald will shed no tear In either eitherevent eithereWnt
event eventDemocrats eWntDemocrats eventDemocrats
Democrats generally will ill await with withkeen wittkeen ith ithkeen
keen interest the settlement of the therow therow
I row In inth the th family circle to which Mr MrSutherland MrA Ir
A 1 Sutherland Sutherlanrlso so o touchingly alludes He Hesays H
I h says the Demoaratlo party Isnt going
to gain anything by it but most of us usare usare w
are willing to take chances on that thatMR
4 1 1MR
MR BRYANS DECLINATION DECLINATION7lIvLTAjr DECLINATIONV
V V1LLIAM 7lIvLTAjr IILIA I J BRYAX has effectually effectuallysilenced errectualljsilenced
silenced all gossip which nur nurported Duri nurported
i ported to place him in the list of Dem Democratic Democratlc Damocratic
ocratic presidential possibilities for foi r
1504 In an interview be declares that thatlie thathe L rL
lie is not now a candidate and that thathe thathe tha t
he will not be a candidate for the thenomination thenomination th
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nomination Mr 11 Bryan declined to tocommit tocommit t
commit himself beyond 1904 and it itwould ItI I I
I would be unreasonable to expect him himto himto
to say sa he would never be willing to toaccept toaccept t
I accept the Democratic nomination nominationThe
j
The political atmosphere is cleared clearedconsiderably learednslderabl leare I Iconsiderably
considerably nslderabl by b Mr Ir Bryans statement statementHe
47 b He cannot now no be charged with act acting acting ¬
ing from motives of selfinterest In his hisfurther hisfurther hit S
t further party work Indeed Mr 11 Bryan Bryancould Bryancould Bryalcould
could never justly have been accused accusedof aceuse
of selfishness The mans whole life lifeand UCeand Ii e I
and character have been subjected to tothe tothe ti tiI a
I the the fierce light of public opinion for formore torroorc fo r rnore
more than six years and it is alto altopother altoether altogether
pother ether to his credit that his bitterest bitterestenemies bitterestenemies t tenemies
enemies have never accused him of in insincerity in8tncerltj insincerity ¬
sincerity sincerityHe 8tncerltjHe sincerityMe
He has been twice honored by the thehighest thehighest th C Chighest
highest gift the national Democracy Democracycan y ycan
can bestow and twice he has led the theparty theJNUt th e eparty
party JNUt to defeat dlfe t On his head has un unjustly unlustly unjustly ¬
justly fallen much of the blame for forthose forthose fo r rthose
those disasters disastersHis disastersHis disastersHis
His retirement from politics now in inthe inthe I U Uthe
the sense of abandoning presidential presidentialaspiration presidentialasplntlon LI LIaspiration
aspiration docs not mean that Mr MrBryan Mi lr r rBryan
= Bryan n an has been shelved He is Is too big biga hi hia
a man for that his counsels are of oftoo oftoo c if iftoo
too great value to the Democracy DenlOcraCy to topermit topermit t 0 0permit
permit the stilling of his voice HSs HSswords Hi Hiwords HI 1 1words
words will always command the re respectful resIectful r I Ispeetful ¬
spectful aattentlon of his Democratic Democraticfrlendsv Democraticfrlend c cit
friends frlend even though they admit that thatIt thatIt the thet it
t It would be unwise to make him their theirstandard theirstandard thel ir irfl
fl
standard bearer in 1904 1904HOW 1901HOW 1904HOW
HOW THE WORLD WILL END ENDA ENDA
A i A PARISIAN SCIENTIST SCIE TIST M 1 Louis LouisRabourdln Louisti Lou is
ti 1 Rabourdln Rabourdlnhas has figured put ut to tonicety a anicety anleet
nicety nleet just how the world is going to tocome tocome I Icome
come to an end M I Rabourdin is not notrash notrash m mrash
rash enough or pessimistic enough to tofix I Ilix
fix a date for the general exodus of ofhumanity of11Umanity i ihumanity I
humanity from this terrestrial sphere spherebut spherebut
but his conclusions are Interesting Interestingthe In Inthe fl I II
the Cosmos Paris he writes writesLet writesLet I
I i
1 Let us suppose that in consequence consequenceot conseq ence enceoC e eof
ot an extraordinary movement pro produced produeed ¬
1 dosed ty oy y a contraction of the central centralmass centralm centr centrmass pnal al
mass m ss the bottom of the sea should cave caveIn cavein cai e ein 5
In and thus precipitate the mass of htater I ofwater 1sfwater C 5C
water ater In the ocoan on the burning mat matter matter nsa t tter ¬
ter of the interior The water thus thusbrought thusbrought th is isbrought
brought In contact with such a great greatheat bTCatt grei tt ttheist
t heat would ould decompose d ompose the hydrogen hydrogenwould hYdrogentQuld Sn Snwould i
would burn and burn burnt t all the better betterbecause betterbodius betti sr srboc r
because boc us of the presence pre nce of oxygen the thelire thelIre ti so solire
lire gaining step by b step electric
phe phenomena phe110mena ph C Cnomena ¬ m
nomena assisting the greater part of ofthe otthe I ofthe
the terrestrial crust would be dislo dislocated disloated dish a acated ¬
cated and the earth would return ret rn to toIts toI
r Its I state at the period of Itsformation Itsformationand Itsformatlonand Its formatic in inatid
and atid be nothing more than a globe of offire offire I offire
fire fireIn
1 In this case there would be pre presented presented pr a ai ¬
i tI sented to the worlds which gravlta gravitatein te tein e eIn
in sidereal space a new star suddenly suddenlyIlluminated suddenlyUJumtnated suddext Iy
I
Illuminated the brightness of whichwould wish which whichwould h hlr
j 4 would gradually increase incr ase but but slowly slowlydisappear slowlydisappear slow lr
i disappear forever in the profound shad shadows shadows zha I II ¬
I T ows of illimitable space The earths earthscrust earthscrust earth
i t crust wiirnot wIll l11not not however be thrown into in to
the t healr air its Its divided parts will not ot be beprojected beproje berojected
projected proje p ted into spacethey space they will be co coagulated coabUl cogultted ¬
agulated abUl a ted in In the mass on en n wElch olch ihey iheylay theyla
lay la y and the gas whioh IsJborn 1s b rn on this thisturning thisburning thisurning
turning b bc urning mass compressed under tile flicchaos t1iechaos tilehaos
be chaos c of thocrusC the rust wfU 111 spread sP d tothe totheexterior to the theexterior thexterior
exterior e under enormous enormoUs pressure This Thisis ThisIs Thiswhat
Isa is what is revealed in the spectrum of ofall ofall ofll
all a ll the new stars which have appeared appearedin
in I n the past few fe years yearsVerily yearsVerllj yeatsVerily
Verily this looks extremely extremel bad Let Letus Letus Lcts
us u s all hope however that it wont wonthappen wonthappen
happen h ha appen for a long long time Not until untilafter untilatter untilfter
after a fter the he Elks convention is over any anyTHE anyway anyay
way W ay
f t tTHE
THE ETHICS OF SWEARING SWEARINGST
I ST LOUIS JUDGE has decided decidedthat
1 J that when a man swears over the thetelephone thetelephone
telephone te he is guilty of disorderly disorderlyconduct dIsorderlyconduct
conduct c cw In this case the defendant defendantwas
was was w as finqd 5 The reports do do d not not show showvyhat showhat
w vyhat hat excited his wrath Maybe central centralsaid
said s aid Theyre busy b sy now Maybe be becouldnt hecouldnt
couldnt c raise central until after hehad hehadtwisted h had hadtwisted
twisted t his bell crank for ien en or moreSieaty more moresweaty
sweaty S minutes maybe he couldnt get getdisconnected getdisconnected
disconnected d from the last party he hetalked hetalked
talked ta taa lkej to It is easy eaS easyenough enough to Imagine toImaginecause Imaginea
a cause for profanity profanityBy
By B way of defense the thedefendant defendant set setup setup
up u p what the lawyers would call a plea pleain pleaIn
in confession and avoidance That is ishe ishe I
he h ht e confessed the profanity pror iUy but declared declaredthat declaredthat
that t he swore not at the operator but butat butat
at a t the system His Hisdeiense defensewas defense wa a con considered considered ¬
sidered al dored faulty by the court but busy busymen busymen
men m en who have tried to use a telephone telephonewill telephonelIl
will w lIl think twice before condemning condemninghim
him hi h im
himJudge I IJ
Judge J dgc SIdener who tried the case casewent casewent
went sv ent so far as to declare that there thereIs thereIs
Is never any sufficient reason for pro profanity profanH
fanity fanH f Clearly Clearl the court courtfs is wrong wrongIf
If the court had ever been be n playfully
hit h it in the back b ck of the neck immediate immediately ¬ II IIhit
ly 1 o over r the spot l > pot where flourished a avirulent avirulent
virulent v boil he would never have havesaid havesaid
said s that no cause for profanity can canexist canexist
exist e If he had ever suffered the theagony theagon thegony
agony agon a which seethes through the hu human human huan ¬
man m an frame when
a 400pound
man ma or orwoman orwoman
woman w oman steps on a favorite corn he hewould hewould
would w ould have found at least one reason
for f or profanity profanityThe profanlt profanltThe
The use of profane language Is al always alwa3s
ways w ays to be deplored It is a habit habitwhich habitwhich
which w hich quickly qulckl fastens itself on the
thoughtless t and which once acquired acquiredIs
Is If l not easily shaken off But it often oftenhappens ortenhappens
happens h appens that a large round oath is a asort asort
sort S ort of safety saCet valve Ifit If It werenot ut uttered uttered
tered t the patient might burst with a aloud
loud l noise Few men can truth truthfully truthfully
fully f ully say they the never swore Few Fewwomen Fewwomen
women w omen can truthfully truth Cully say they never neverwanted neerwanted
wanted w anted to swear or to have somebody somebodyelse somebodyclse
else e lse swear for them themJudge themJUdge
Judge Sidener by b the way wa has es establlshed estabU
tabllshed tabU t shed a 0 record for odd decisions It Itwaa Itwas
was w as SIdener who laid down the prin principle prlIclple
ciple c that a married woman has h 5 the theright theright th
right r to search the pockets of her herspouse herflpouse I
spouse s while the spouse aforesaid is iswrapped iswrapped i i
wrapped w in slumber and extract extract there therefrom therefroJU
from f rom such change as she may encoun encounter encounter
ter t es Judge Sidener in a case where a aplaintiff aplaintiff
plaintiff p laintiff who had tied a tin can to a a
dogs d ogs tail sued the owner of the canine caninebecause caninebecause i
because b ecause the animal attacked him de decided decided
cided c that the dog had every right to tomake tomake I
make m ake the attack attackSenator attackSenator
a I
Senator Hanna says there are no mo monopolies monopolies
nopolies n in this country count except such suchas suchas I
as are jrotected pro cted by patents The Her Herald HeraId Herid ¬
aId a id respectfully calls Senator Hannas Harmasattention Hannasattention I Ittention
attention a to the second verse of the thetwelfth thetwelfth S
twelfth t chapter of Ezekiel It runs runsSon runsSon
Son of man thou dwellest in the th midst midstof midstof
of o f a rebellious house
a which have eyes eyesto eyesto I
th to t o see and see not they have ears to tohear tohear t
hear h ear and hear not for they the are a rebel rebellious rebelHous ¬
lious I house houseAt houseAt
At the end of f a long wrangle over overthe oerthe
the t he disposition of a sum of money mone re received received ¬
ceived c from the government because of ofthe otthe 01 r
the t he destruction of a park by United UnitedStates UnitedStates 1
States S tates soldiers the Macon acon Ga city citycouncil citycounell cit r
council c discovered that all the cash cashhad cashhad S
had h ad already been spent Now Wheres Wheresthe wheresthe C
the t he man who says sas they the dont hustle hustledown S
down c south southCorporal southCorporal I
Corporal Richard T OBrien of Mas Massachusetts Ias Iassachusetts ¬
sachusetts s who testified before the sen senates senates ¬
ates a tes Philippines committee relative to toabuses toabuses t
abuses a in the Philippines has been in indicted indicted ¬
dicted for perjury If he is guilty he heshould heshould hi
should s be punished severely The Phil Philippine PhilIppine Philppine ¬
ippine i case is bad enough without the theaid theaid S
aid of lying testimony testimonyJudge teatImonJudge testirnonyJudge
Judge Thcodosius Theod slus Botkin has been beendoing beendoing I
doing the keynoteact in Sanpete coun county count county ¬
ty t There will be some hope of a Dem Democratic Democratic Densocratic ¬
ocratic victory in Sanpete if the judge judgewill jUdgew1ll a awill
will continue his labors down there for forthe forthe a r rthe
the Republicans RepublicansA
A New York state postmaste r who whohas whohas wh 0 0has
has been canceling stamps since 1828 1828has lS 8 8has I Ihas
has allowed allowe l his office ofilce to be robbed of ofa ota o oa
a considerable > le sum of money mone This Thisshows Thisshows Thi 5 5shows
shows how ho hos foolish It is1 i to trust import important important important ¬
ant matters to boys boysLots bo boysLots s sLots
Lots of us were glad yesterday morn mornIng morning
Ing that we werent erent th the Prince of ofWales orVales c If IfWales
Wales when we read how ho his doting dotin dotinfather
father kissed him There are somei some somedra C Cdrawbacks
drawbacks dra wbacks even In the purple purplePrince purplePrince
Prince Chen told
the
newspaper men menthat menthat rae n nthat
that the Chinese empress requested him himto himto his a ato
to say sa that every American is her he r rfriend
friend She must be J a mind reader readerCorlanton readerJ readerI readerCorlanton I
I
I e
Corlanton the Aztec romance by b y
0 17 1 Bean will have its fitst hearing hearin g
on any an stage tonlgnt at the Salt Lake Lali e
theatre The advance adv nce sale has been bee a
heavy The Th Thedattraction attraction runs throughout st
the week weekAt weekAt
At the Grand tonight The Prince Princeand Princeand C
and thePeasant the Peasant the thellght light opera o ra by b
Orlob and Maltese will b presented
The opera will be on all ll week weekThe
The testimonial concert to H S God I
dard takes place at the tabernacle to tonight h hnight
night beginning be 1nnin at 830 sharp The Theprogramme TI se seprogramme
programme is thoroughly excellent and andshould andshould an si sishould
should attract a large number of vls vi is 3
Itors as s well as Mr Goddards hosts hostsof hostsof hosi hosio
of o local friends friendsSherlock friendsSherlock friendsSherlock
Sherlock Holmes HolmesrDife Holmesffilte EolxnesLife
Life rDifeCertainly ffilteCcrta1nh LifeCertainly
Certainly Mr Ir Holmes I hear the men rn
in the tavern but howdp hO howdqyou dQYOU you know they tb
are drunk drunkTheyre drunkTheyre drunkTheyre
Theyre sInging slnJ The Old Oaken Oaki as
Bucket
nearly Perfect PerfectPuck Perfectquj PerfectPupic
quj PuckDolly Puck PupicDollyHayc
Dolly DollyHayc 11 Have 1 ef you i learned to o manage manat nage nageDaiSVery go
row auto yet yetDaisy yetDaissVery
Daisy DaiSVery Very nearly I can an do iever every ever t
thing but stop stO It and steer teer It ith
I
PRINTERS P TERs INK AS ASSALESMAN ASSALBSMAN ASSALEShAN
SALESMAN SALESMANliberal SALBSMANi SALEShANLiberal
i liberal Use IJseo of Advertising Space the theWay theWay theWay
Way to Reach General Public PablicI
I BY JOSEPH R KATHRENS KATHRENSHE KATIiRENSTHE
r pHE HE question was once asked me meWho meWho
THE 1 Who is the greatest g atest traveling travelingsalesman travelingsalesman
salesman and I had no hes hesitancy hesftancy ¬
itancy lt ltIn ancy in making makin reply r plY Printers PrintersFnk Printersfnk Printersk
Fnk In k A business represented by print printers printers ¬
ers er a ink Is one that lasts Printers Ink Inkworks Inkworks
works w orks wblleou while you work ork and while you yousleep ou ousleep
sleep sl eep It is a salesman who never tires tiresand tiresand
and a nd never quits one of of whom your yourCompetitor yourCompetitor
Competitor d cannot rob you printers printersInk
dIn
Ink In k Is the one great artery of conimer commercial conimerclal ¬
cial cI a activity activit It is the medium through throughwhich throughwh1c1
which w hich the world Is made to know what whatyou whatyoU
you y ou know kno and profess about your our Indi Individual individual ¬
vidual tI dual business It is i even possible possibleby possibleby
bsa by b y the aid of printers ink to force the thesale theale
sale sa ale le of an article without merit but butsuchprosperity butsuch
suchprosperity such s prosperity necessarily is short shortlived shortllved
lived livedThereare llvedThere li ved
Thereare There are two two kinds of advertising advertisingthe
the th thn e kind that pays and that which does doesnot doesnot
not n ot Still there are many man businesses businesseswhich businesseswhich
which w hich survive in spite of the latter latterwhich latterwhich
which w hich tends to make the subject of ad advertising advertising adertising ¬
vertising v such a complex problem No Nogreat Nogreat Noreat
great g reat national commercial success successhowever successhowever successowever
however h owever has been achieved without withoutprinters withoutprinters
hp
printers p rinters ink A prerequisite of good goodadvertising goodadvertising
advertising a is absolute honesty in inevery Ineveo Itsvery
every e statement Furthermore to toshoot toshoot tohootover
shoot s hootover over the heads of your our readers is ismoney 18moncy
money m oney and space wasted To tell all allyou allyou allou
you y ou know in a single announcement is islike islIke
yli
like li ke firing at a grizzly bear with a scat scattering scattering ¬
tering te ring charge of birdshot while the thesame thcsame
same s load in one bullet properly aimed aimedwill aimedwill aimedill
will w ill bring down the bear By this Is Ismeant Ismeant
meant m mfe eant that one cannot advertise ef eCfectivcl
fectively fectivcl fe ctivel overcoats and shoes for In Instance Instance ¬
stance st ance ln in the same breath The argu argument argument ¬
ment m ent will be no stronger than its weak weakest weakest weakat ¬
est e at point no matter how ho much time or orthought orthought
thought t may ma have been bestowed upon uponits uponits
it its s production productionProfessional productionProfessional
Professional Ad Men MenThe MenThe Ien
The proper person to build a a house houseis
is the architect the proper person to tomake tomake toake
make m ake a pair of shoes is the shoemaker shoemakerand shoemakerand
and a ma nd the proper person to make clothes clothesis clothesthe
Is is the tailor When it comes to adver advertising advertising ¬
tI tising however almost anyone about aboutthe aboulthe
t the place Is considered capable of at attending attending atndIng
teb te tending to the job Sometimes it is the thebookkeeper thebookkeeper
b bookkeeper or a a clerk more frequent frequently
ly y it is the head of the house already al already ¬
ready r overburdened with detail work workor
or o r it may maybe be the dress parade p ade member memberof
of o f the firm who may devote a couple coupleof
of o oo f hours a week to the subject Adver
tising ti slng Is becoming more and niore a ascience ascience
science s and ln Inorder order to compete sue suecessfully
cessfully c in the great reat marts of trade tradethe tradethe tradehe
the t he bookkeeper bookke per the clerk the boss bossand bossand
and a nd the dress parade partner partn must give giveplace giyeplace
ap place p lace to some quiet Individual who has hastime hastime
time ti me to think untrammeled untramm led by b the care careof careot
of o f accounts and other duties foreign to tothe
the t he one subject advertising advertisingAdvertising advertisingAdvertiQing
Advertising Is simply telling the story storyin stoOin
in I n the most convincing manner Some Sometimes Sometimes
times ti mes an illustration helps and again againby
by b y the same token it detracts from fromthe fromthe
the t he force of the ad To say the pro proper pro ¬
per p er thing at the proper time and before beforeprinciple beforethe
the t he proper audience is the fundamental fundamcntalprinciple
tp principle p of all good successful adtfer adtfertising aMertislng
tising ti sing But to do this requires an ex experience experience
perience p more varied than one imagines imaginesat
at a t first thought The advertising man manmust manmust
must m list not only have hav a knowledge of me medlums mediums
dlums d iums but must be in thorough touch touchwith touchwith touchith
with w ith every element and detail of the thebusiness thebusiness
business b wb he proposes to tell others othersabout othersabout
about a He must also have a knowledge knowledgeof
of o f human nature that he may ma know in inwhat inwhat inhat
what w hat manner to present to his prospec prospective prospecthee ¬
thee t ive clients the goods he desires to sell sellTime sellTime
Time Table Conservatism ConservatismThere ConserVatiSmThere Con ervatim ervatimThere
There are to my mind many man fields fieldsof fieldsor
of o l advertising yet untouched The most mostprominent mostprominent
prominent p I think is the railroad al although although a ¬
pt though t a few leading lines are begin beginning beginning
ning n ing to show some promise of a better betterday betterda3
day d ay If the iry ry goods store advertises advertisesto
to t o create trade why hy not the railroad railroadIs
Is i s the conventional railroad announce announcement announcement ¬
ment likely to cause a man to rush rushdown rushdown
down d own to the ticket office to secure ac accommodations accommodations
commodations c If you OU go to the carni carnival carnival carnial ¬
val v al city of the south It is because of ofsomething ofsomething
something s in the climate which attracts attractsduring attractsduring
during d a certain certatnseason season of the year yearor ear earor
or o r the festivities offered in the Mardi MardiGras tardiGras
Gras G ras not because but in spite of ad advertising aderUsins
vertising v which may have emanated emanatedfrom emanatedfrom 1
from f rom the railroads They had it in intheir Intheir
their t power to make the Buffalo exhibi exhibition exhibition ¬
tion t i success but they relied on the thetrusted thefalls thealls I
falls f and their timetable folders and andtrusted
fr ft trusted t to luck As a consequence a areally arealb
really r clever exposition closed a titian financial finapclal titianial ¬
cial c ial failure A little publicity on the thepart thepart
part p art of the railroads would have re resulted resulted ¬
sulted s in hauling the crowds in box boxcars boxcars
cars c sc ars so great would have been the thedesire thedesire theesire
desire d to see the wonderfully adver advertised advertiSed ¬
tised t show I was at Madison Square SquareGarden SquareGarden
Garden inNew in eV York April 3 where whereSellsForepaugh whereSel1sForepaush
Sa SellsForepaugh S were exhibiting and andalthough andalthough
although a I arrived an hour before open opening openIns openng ¬
Ins i ng time the capacity of the great greatbuilding greatbullding
building had been sold and the box of office ofllce ¬
ice l closed It was advertising that thatmade thatmade t
made it possible ossible for the treasurer thatI to todeposit o odeposit I
toI
deposit three bushels of silver In the thebank thebank I
thei
bank the next day There will always alwaysbe alwasbe i
be a certain amount of travel but how howmany ho homany howmany
many more people would visit Isit the theGrand theGrand
Grand canyon of the Colorado If they theywere the thewere theyi
were told about it in the enthusiastic enthusiasticmanner enthusiasticmanner enthusiasticmanner i
manner manner of the circus manager who filled filledMadison filledladlson
filledI
Madison Square Garden and turned turnedaway turnedawa I
away awa good money besides besidesIt
It Was a a Dream DreamIhad DreamIhad
Ihad 1 had a dream the other night which whichit hlch hlchit L
it may ma not be out of place to relate relatehere relatehere S
here I thought I had been made pres president president president ¬
ident of the New York Central railroad railroadand railroadand
and one of the first things that hap happened happened happened ¬
pened was the abolishment of the title titlegeneral titlegeneral
general passenger and ticket agent agentand agntand
and the creation of ticket agent agentwhose agentwhose
whose duty it Was as to attend to all mat matters matr matrters > r
ters pertaining thereto This place was wasgiven ira as asgiven C
given to the present chief clerk In that thatdepartment thatdepartment tha t tdepartment
department who is really reall the man do doing doIng dolag ¬
ing the work now But the passing of ofthe ofthe ot otthe
the title general passenger agent agentcreated agentlreated
created such a fuss that I was almost almostawakened almostawakened almosawakened t
awakened by the howl which went up upall upan ui uiall
all along the line The friends of George GeorgeH C CH
H Daniels both in and out of the rail railway railway railway ¬
way service were however quickly quicklyplacated qulcklplacated r
placated by the announcement that I Itoo Itoo
too considered Daniels four tracks trackswide I I
wide and all wool woo and that a new ne po position ¬
sition had been created for him with withoffices withoffices witloffices
offices on the executive e < ecuthe floor His title titlewould tltlewould S Swould
would be master of publicity with withpower withpower tt
power to select his own lieutenant and andhis andhis ans I IhiS
his only duty being to keep the coaches a I IfuU
full of passengers the year round At Atthis Atthis A t tthis
this point I met the dawn of a new newday newday ne C Cday
day and realized that I was as not a rail railroad rail railroad railroad ¬
road president that Daniels was not notthe notth no t tthe
the th director of publicity and that rail railroads railroads railroads ¬
roads weifj wel still tUl trading advertising advertisingmileage advertisingmilease advertlsin advertlsinmileage
mileage books for timetable space spaceA spacea spaceA spaceA
a
A Fitting Epitaph EpitaphJudge EpitaphJudJe EpitaphJudge
Judge JudgeThe JudJeThc JudgeThe
The weather man lay dying dlngUoUonin
Motioning to hIs sobbin sobbing friends he hewaited hewaited b e ewaIted
waited until they the crowded about his bed be 1
to listen to his fast words oms
After giving directions for t r the disposal ii
of his hi property to the best advantage and an nd d
outlining the general features of his fu ft I ¬ I
neral acm he murmured murmuredstone murmuredAnd murmuredAnd
And I want you to put up a nice tomb 5
stone for me with these
words carved on onI o a
it Probably b b cooler coolerThe coolerThe
I f fTho
The Czars Kitchens KitchensMexican KitchensIexlcan KitchensMexican
Mexican Herald HeraldThe flemishThe
The czars kitchens In St Petersburg Peterabm g
are said ald to be the moat magnificent ma llcent In I a
the t e world 1 Not ot only are the walls and ar id
cellines Ce ntis of black marble covered with wit ii
valuable ornaments but many man of the thebkltlchen th I
bkltlchen kitchen pots and cans which originally
beloned e onlled to the Empress Catherine Are at 0
Or solid d cold The T head i1 d chef her who wll re ri r
celves a princely salary Is assisted by b 1
about out 270 Q persons
s f1AURIC a pOMCN
My ty y people t > eope have borne much he hesaid hesaid
said Sa Sath id and nd the killing of that tba t poor child childthere ehlldthere
there th ere will be awfully revenged If J I but butsay butsa buty
say sa y the word Besides I can turn every everyIndian eeryIndian
Indian In Inin dian in this wilderness against you youin youin youw
in a single day du You are indeed at atmy atmy
my m y mercy merc and anI I will m be merciful If you youwill youwill
will w ill satisfy tatlsf my m demand demandHe demandHe
He wits tift trembling with emotion em t1on while whilehe whilehe
he hbe h e spoke and the desire to kill the man manbefore manbeCole
before be fore him was making a frightful frightfulstruggle frightfulstruggle
struggle st with his priestly prle tb conscience conscienceI
I but b ut conscience cons < ie e had the th upper hand handHanilton handHynllton
Hanilton H stood gazing A zlnt fixedly pale as asi asa
i a ghQst his thoughts becoming bt < omlnl mOre ihoreand mOreand
and a aa nd more clear l ar tnd nd logical Ho was in ina Ina
a bad situation sihl < lUQn Every Er word that thatFather thatFather
Father F Beret had d spoken was N S true and andwent andwent
went iv ept home with force There was no notime
time ti me for parley IJarlc or subterfuge the thesword thesword
sword s looked as If eager to find his hisheart hisheart
heart h eart it could not be held hel < back another anothermoment anothermoment
moment m But the wan iold face of the thegirl thegirl
girl gi rl had ha more power ponerthan than the rapiers rapiershungry rapiershungrpolnt
hungry hungrpolnt h ungry point It made an abject cow coward coward ¬
ard ar d of him himI
I am willing to give you my m word wordhe wordbe
he h e presently said And let me tel telyou tell tellyou
you y ou he went ent on more rapidly I did didnot didnot
not n ot shoot at her She was behind behindyou I
you I IYour
youYour Your word as a British officer officerHamilton officerHamilton
Hamilton again stiffened and hesi hesitated hesitated ¬
tated ta ted but only for the briefest space spacethen spa e ethen
then th en said saidYes saidYe saidTest
Yes Ye my m word as a a British officer officerFather ofllcerFather
Father Beret waved his hand with withImpatience withimpaUei1ce
Impatience ImpatienceGo im
Go then back to your place in the thefort thefort
fort fo rt and disturb my people no more moreThe moreThe
The T he soul of this poor little girl will willhuunt willhaunt
haunt h aunt you O forever Go GoHamilton GoHamiltQn5tood
Hamilton HamiltQn5tood stood a little ittle while gazing gazingat gazinat
at i a t th the eface face of Alice with the horrible horriblewlstfulness horriblewIstfulness
wIstfulness w of remo remose se What would wouldhe wouldhe
he h e not have given tq t rub his eyes and andfind andfinll
find fi nd it all a dream dreamHe
He turned away a cloud scudded scuddedacross scuddedacross
across a cross the moon h < re and anllyonder yonder in inthe Inthe
the th e dim town cock i i crowed with a alonesome alonesome
lonesome lo nesome desultory effect effectFather effectFather
Father Beret plucked pluc ced ed up the rapier rapierthat rapierthat
that th at he had wrenched from Hamiltons Hamiltonshand
hand h and It suggested something somethingHold somethingHold I
Hold he called out give me the thescabbard thescabbard
scabbard sc abbard of this sword swordHamilton swordHamilton
Hamilton who whowas was striding vigorous vigorously ¬
ly in the direction of the fort turned turnedas
as a s the priest hastened to him himGive himGhe
Give me the scabbard of this rapier rapierI
I want It Take it off offThe offThe
The command was not gently voiced voicedA
A hoarse e halfwhisper winged every everyword eyeryword
word iv ord with an imperious threat threatHamilton threatl
Hamilton l obeyed His hands were werenot werenot
not i n ot firm his fingers fumbled nervously nervouslybut nenouslbut
but b ut he hurried and Father Beret soon soonhad soonh soonad
had h ad d the rapier sheathed and secured securedat
at a his hI belt beside its mate mateA mateA mateA
A good and true priest prlestis is a burden burdenbearer burdenbearer burdenearer
bearer b earer His motto is Alter alterius alteriusonera alteriusonera
onera < o portat bear ye one anothers anothersburdens anothersburdens
burdens b Hissoul is enriched with the thecastoff thecastoft
i castoff ca stoff sorrows foriOf > of those whom he re relieves reUcesFath ¬
lieves UcesFath fl ares Father r Beret scarcely scarcelytelt felt the theweight thewelghtoC
weight welghtoC w eight of Alices Allc s body when he lifted liftedit liftedit
it from the ground so heavy fleas was the thepressure thepresure
pressure p of His grief All that her death deathmeant deathmeant
meant m eant not only to him but to every everyperson everyp
person p Orson rson who knew her came into his hisheart hisheart
heart h eart as the place of refuge consecrated consecratedfor consecr ted tedfor
for fo r the indwelling of pain He liftedher lifted lICtedher
her h er and bore her leI as far toward to rq Rous Roussillon Roussmon
sillon si llon place ag dA 1t he could but b t his hisstrength hisstrensth
strength st rength fell felfshort short just in front of the thelittle theHttIe
little li ttle Bourcier cottage and half dead deadhe deadhe
he li e staggered across the veranda to the thedoor thedoor
door d < oor where he sank < exhausted exhaustedAfter exhaustedAfter
After a breathing breat ing spell he knocked knockedThe lmockedThe knockedhe
The T he household fast asleep did not nothear nothear
hear b ear but he persisted until the door doorwas doorwas
was w as opened to t him him and his burden burdenCaptain burdenCaptain
Captain Farnsworth FaJJ sworth unclosed his hiabloodshot hisbloodshot
bloodshot b eyes at t about 8 oclock in th thmorning thmornl the theorning
morning mornl m gquiteiQnfused quite onfused as to his place placeand placeand
and a nd surroundlpgs rround1 He looked about aboutdrowsily aboutdrowsll
drowsily drowsll d rowsily with a a sheepish halfknowl halfknowledge haltknowledge ¬
edge e of having been very ve1 drunk A Apurring Apurring
purring p In his head and a dull ache achereminded achereminded acheeminded
reminded r him or an abused stomach stomachHe stomachHe
He H e yawned a wned arid and15tretched stretched himself then thensat thensat
sat s at up running a hand through his histousled hstousled
tousled t hair Father Beret was on onhis onhis
his h is knees before b ore the cross still as a astatue astatue aatue
statue st atue his clasped hands handaextended extended up upward upward ¬
ward wardFarnsworths w ard 4 4Farnsworths
Farnsworths face lighted with rec recognition recoSDiUon ¬
ognition o and he smiled rather bitterly bitterlyHe bltterl bltterlHa
He H e recalled everything and felt feltashamed feltashamed
ashamed a humiliated selfdebased He Hehad
had h ad outraged o traged even a priests hospitality hospitalitywith hospifal1twith I
with w ith his brutish appetite and he hated hatedhimself
himself h for it Disgust nauseated his hissoul hissoul
soul s oul apace with the physicalvslnklng phslcal sinking sinkingand
and a nd squirming that grew upon him himIm himIm
Im a shabby shabb worthless dog he hemuttered hemuttered
muttered m with wlthpetulant petulant accent why whydont whydont
dont d ont you kick me out father fatherThe fatherThe
The priest turned a collapsed and andbloodless andbloodless
bloodless b gray Jra face upon him smiled smiledin
in i n a tired perfunctory way wa crossed crossedhimself crossedhimself I
himself h absently absentl and said saidYou saidYou
You have rested well my m son Hard Hardas Hardas i
as a s the bed is you ou have done it a com compliment compliment ¬
pliment p in the way of sleeping You Youyoung Yououng
oung y soldiers understand how to get getthe setthe
the t he most out of things thingsYou thingsYou
You are too generous father and andI
I cant appreciate it I know what I Ideserve Idesene
deserve d eserve and you know It too Tell me mewhat mewhat
what w hat abrute and fool I am It will do dome dome doe
me m e good Punch me a solid jolt in the
ri bs like the one you Ou gave me not long longage IonSage
age a go
ageQui Qui sine peceato est primus lapldem lapl lapidem
dem d am mittat said the priest Let him himwho himyho
who w ho is without sin cast the first stone stoneHe stoneHe
He had gone jto o the hearth h arlh and was wastaking wastaking
taking t from the embers an tn n earthen earthensaucer earthensaucer earthenaucer
saucer s or shallow shallo bowlin bowl In which some somefragrant somefragrant S
fragrant f broth simmered and steamed steamedA
A man who has slept as long as asyou asou as
you y ou O have my pon on usually has a some somewhat somewhat somewhat ¬
what delicate delicateappetite appetite Now ow here is a asoup asoup s
soup s not especially csp ciallY satisfying sat sC ing to the thetaste thetaste th
taste t tp of gourmet a like ike yourself ours lf but butpossessing butp05sessinl bulossessing L
possessing p the soothing quality that thatis thatis t
is i s good for one just aroused from an anunusual anunusuul 1
unusual u nap I offer it my son on prop propter propter
ter t er stomachum tuum et frequentes frequentestuas freq freqitentesuas entes entestuas
tuas t uas infirmltates on account of thy thystomach thvstomach
stomach s and thine often Infirmities InfirmitiesThis fnfirmitlesThis
This soup will go to the right spot spotWhile spotVhlle
While speaking h he brought the hot hotbowl hotbowl ho
bowl to Farnsworth and set it on the thebedcover thebedcoer
bedcover before him then fetched a abig abig 1
big horn spoon spoonThe spoonThe
The fragrance frag ance of pungent roots and andherbs aes I i iherbs
herbs blent with a savory waft aesf of oCbuffalo o f i ibuffalo
buffalo meat greeted the captains captainssense captainssense S
sense s and the anticipation itself itselfcheered 1t5eltcheered itselheered f
cheered c his aching throat It made him himfeel bineel I Ifeel
feel f eel greedy and in a hurry The first firstspoonful firstspoonfu tics
spoonful s a a trifle bitter was not so sopleasant sopleasant Si S
pleasant at the beginning but a mo moment moment moment ¬
ment after he swallowed it a hot prick prickling prlckUng ¬
ling h ug set In and seemed to dart through throughSlowly throughhim 1
him from extremity to extremity extremitySlowly
Slowly as he ate the taste grew grewmore grewmore C
more agreeable and al a the effects greif of ofhis othis o f
his debauch disappeared It was like likemagic Jlkemagic Ilk IlkI oe e
magic his blood warmed armed and glowed glowedas I 4 4as
as If touched with mysterious fire fireWhat fireWhat fireWhat
What is this in this soup Father FatherBeret FatherBeret r
Beret that makes it so searching and andrefreshing an andrefreshinS 3
refreshing he demanded when the thebowl thebowl th thbowl e
bowl was empty
Father Beret shook his head and andsjniled andSJnlled an anajniled d
sjniled drolly drollyThat droll drollThat drollyThat
That I cannot cann canntt t divulge my son ow owing owing ¬
ing to a promise I had to make to owe the theaged theaged th thaged e
aged Indian who ho gave me the secret secretIt secretIt secretit
It is the elixir of the Mlamis Only Onlytheir Onlytheir OnI 5 5their
their consecrated medicine men hold holdthe hotdthe hol
the recipe The stimulation is but buttemporary buttempora bu butemporary t
temporary temporaryJust temporarust
Just then someone knocked on the thedoor thedoor th e
door Father Beret opened it to one oneof oneor on onof thC C
of Hamiltons aides aidesYour aidesYour
Your pardon father but hearing hearin g
Captain Farnsworths voice I made madebold madebold mad madbold 0
bold to knock knockWhat knockWhat
What is it Bobby Farnsworth Farnsworthcatted Farnsworthcalled Farnawortcalled h
called out outNothing outSothing outNothing
Nothing only the governor has hasbeen hasb ha S Sbeen
been b n having you looked for forln in every everynook everynook ever y ynook
nook and corner of ott lhefort tfie fort and town townYoud tOWDYoud towsYoud
Youd better bette report at once 1ce or hell be becaving behaving ii iihaving
having ii us drag the river slot your you r rAll
toody > 1 1uA
toodyAil uA Ail rightf ri rIg1It 1i lieutenant U utenant go 0 back and an d
keep k eep mum thats a dear boy bo and Ill 111shuffle Illshuffie Illuffle
shuffle sh uffle into Colonel Colon l Hamiltons august augustpresence augustpresence augustresence
presence p before many minutes minutesThe minutesThe minutesThe
The aide laughed and went his way waywhistling wa wawhistling wayhistling
whistling w a merry tune tuneNow tUneXo tuneNow
Now Xo Im sure su to get what I deserve deservewith desencwith deserveith
with w ith usury at 40 per cent in advance advancesaid advancesaid advanceid
said sa id Farnsworth dryly shrugging his hisshoulders hisshoulders hisoulders
shoulders sh oulders with undissembled dread of ofHamiltons oCHamlltonf3 ofamiltons
Hamiltons H wrath But the anticipa anticipation anticIpation anticipaon ¬
tion ti on was not realized The governor governorreceived goernorreceind governorceived
received re ceived Farnsworth stiffly enough yet yetiii yeta et eth
iii h a way that suggested a suppressed suppresseddesire suppressedd
desire d de sire to avoid explanations on the cap captains ¬
tains ta ms part and a reprimand on his hisown hisown hiswn
own o wn In fact Hamilton was hoping hopingat
that th at something would turn up to shield shieldhim shieldhim
him hi m from the terrible effect of his hl < mid midi
j i night ni ght adventure wljich wich seemed the thedarker
j darker d the more he thought of it He Hei Head
i had h ad a slow numb conscience lying lyingI l lyingeep ing ingI
I deep d eep where it was hard to reach and andwhen andwhen andhen
when w hen a qualm somehow entered It he heendured heendured
endured en dured in secret what most men would wouldave
have h ave cast off ot confessed He was wasaunted as ashaunted
haunted h aunted if not with remorse at least
by b y a dread of something most disagree disagreeable disagreeable disagreeble ¬
able a ble in connection with what he had haddone hadone
done d one Aliceswhite face had impressed impressedItselt impressedelf
itself Its elf indelibly on his memory memor so that thatmet
itH it met his Inner vision at every turn turne
He H e was afraid to converse with Farns Farnsworth Farnsworth Farnsorth ¬
worth w orth lest she should come UP u for dis discussion discussion disusslon ¬
cussion c consequently their interview interviewwas interiewas Interviewas
was w as curt urt and formal formalIt
It was soon discovered that Alicehad AlIcehadescaped Alicehadcaped
escaped es caped from the stockade and some someshow someshow
show s of search was made for her by byamiltons
Hamiltons H order but Farnsworth Farnsworthoked
looked lo oked to it that the order was not notcarried notcarried notarried
carried c out He thought he saw at atonce atoncc atnce
once o nce that his chief knew where she shewas shewas sheas
was w as The mystery perplexed and pained painede
the th e young man and caused him to fear fearall tearall
all a lt sorts of evil but there was a achance achance
chance c that Alice had ha found a safe re reeat ¬
treat tr eat and he knew that nothing ncthln but
ill il l could befall her if she were dis discovered discovered dieovered ¬
covered c and brought back to the fort
Therefore T his hi search for her became
his h is own secret and for his own hearts heartsease heartsease heartsase
ease e ase And doubtless he would have haveund
found fo und her for even handicapped and andstorted
distorted di storted love like Ukehls his is lynxeyed and andSure andure
sure s ure on the track of Its object but a agreat agreat areat
great g reat event intervened and swept away
his hi s opportunity
Hamiltons uneasiness which was wasat
that th at of a strong misguided nature try tr
Ing In g to Justify itself amid a confusion confusionof
of o f unmanageable doubts and misgiv misgivgs ¬
ings la gs now no vented itself In a resumption resumptionof
of o f the repairs he had h d been making at atcertain atcertain atertain
certain c points in the fort These he hecompleted hecompleted heompleted
completed c just in time for the coming
of o f Clark
CHAPTER CiPTE XIXThe XIX
The Attack AttaciIt AttackIt AtthcI AtthcIit
It has already been mentioned that thatIndians thatIndians thatdians
Indians In dians arriving singly slngl or in squads
to report to t Hamiltons headquarters headquarterswere
were w ere In the habit of firing their guns
before b entering enterIn the town or the fort fortnot fortot
not n ot only onl as a signal of their approach approachut
but b ut In order to rid their weapons of oteir
their th eir charges preliminary to cleaning
them th em i fore setting out upon another anotherscalphunting anothesalphunting
scalphunting1 sc expedition A shot shoterefore
therefore th or even a volley heard on I
the th e outskirts of the
village was not nota notanoticeable a anoticeable a aoticeable
noticeable n incident in the daily and andnightly andnightly L
nightly ni ghtly experience of the garrison
Still S till for some some reason reas n Governor Ham ¬
ilton il tosi started violently when just after afternightfall afternightfall
nightfall n five or six rifles cracked crackedsharply crackedSharpb I
sharply sh arply a short distance from the thestockade th thockade i Ii
stockade stockadeHe st
He and Helm with two other officers officerswere offi officersere crs crswere I
were w ere in the midst of a game of cards cardswhile cardswhile
while w hile a kettle swinging on a crane cr ne in ine
the th e ample fireplace sang a shrill shrillpromise shrillromise
promise p romise of hot applejack toddy todd toddBy
By Jove exclaimed Farnsworth Farnswprthwho Farnsworthwho
who w ho although not In the game was wasamusing wasamusing wasmusing
amusing a himself with looking on you yoump OU
jump ju mp like a fine lady I almost fancied
I heard a bullet hit yoy Y01 Y01You
You may all jump while whie you can canremarked cn cnremarked
remarked re Helm Thats Thats Clark Clark and andyour andour andour
your y our times short Hell have this fort
tumbling tumblng tu mbling on your Our heads heds before daylight daylightof daylght daylghtot
of o f tomorrow morning comes comesAs come comesAs
As < he spoke he arose from his seat at
the thecartabte th e card table and went to look after afer sitese
the th e toddy todd which hIch as an expert he had hadunder hadunde I Inder
under unde u nder supervision supervisionHamilton supenlslonHalton
Hamilton Halton frowned The mention menton of
Clark C lark was disturbing Ever7 Everslnce Eversince since the thestrange thestrange
strange s disappearance of Lieutenant LieutenantBarlo Lieutenantarlow
Barlow Barlo B arlow he had nursed the fear that thatpossibly thatpossibl thatossibly
possibly possibl p Clarks scouts had captured cNured I
him h im and that the American erican forces forcesmight force
might m ight be much nearer than Kaskaskia Kaskaskia Kaskaskiaesides J I IBesides
Besides B esides his nerves were unruly unrul as asthey ni nihey
they t had been ever since the encounter encounterwith encounterwih
with wih w ith Father Beret Bert and his vision ilon per persisted persfted perlated ¬ 1
sisted sfted s in turning back upon upn the accus accusg ¬
ing inS in g cold face of Alice Aice lying in the themoonlight themoonlght th
moonlight moonlght m One little Jltle detail detal of that thatscene thatscene thatcene
scene s almost maddened madd ned him at times tmes timeswas I Iooking
was a sheeny crinkled crnkled wisp sp of warm warmlooking
looking l hair looped across the cheek in inwhich Inwhich it ithich
which w hich he had ha often oten seen a saucy dim dimple dlmpIc ¬
ple p lc dance dace when Alice Alce spoke S P oke or smiled smiledHe smied smilede
H He e was bad enough ffut ut t not wholly wholy r rad I
bad b ad and the thethoug thought t of having dark darkened darkrred ¬ I Iened
ened e rred those merry merr eyes eye s and stilled stled those thosesweet thoswCet
sweet s wCet dimples tore torCthrough torethrough through him with wih withold a acold acpld I
cold c old rasping pang pangJust pangJust pangJust
Just as soon as this toddy is prop properly proprly ¬
prop
erly ery e rly mixed and tempered said sid Helm Helmwith Helmith 1
with w ith a magnetic magnetc jocosity jocosiy beaming beaminirom
from frm f rom his hi genial face Im Im going to topropose topropose t tropose
propose p a toast to the banner of Alice Alicoussillon j
Roussillon Rousslon R which a whole garrison of oCBritsh o oritIsh
British Britsh B ritIsh braves hs hs been unable to t 0 f ftake Itake 1ake
take t
takeIf I If you oudo do Ill Il blow bo a hole through throughoU ii iiou I
oU as a big as the south door of o hell hellsaid hel hellaid I Isid
said sid s aid Hamilton in a voice oic fairly shaken shakento n no
to t o a husky husk quaver with wih rage You Youmay Youmay Yo U Umay
may do a great many man insulting insultng things thingsbut thingsbut thingsut
but b ut not that thatHelm thatHelm thatHelm
Helm was in a a half stooping attitude attitudewith atttude atttudeIth attitudewith
with Ith a a ladle in one hand a cup cp in the theother theother thether
other o ther He had met m t Hamiltons Hamitons glow glowering glowerng glowring ¬
ring erng e look with wih a peculiarly peculary Innocent Innocentsmile innocentsmle Innocentmile
smile smle s as if to say sa What Vat in the theworld theworld theworld
world is the matter mater now I never felt feltIn feltn
in i n a better humor in all my life lfe Cant Cantyou Cantyou Cantou
you y ou take a joke I wonder He did didnot didnot didot
not n ot speak however for arattling arattlng vol voley 01 01Ie ¬
ley Ie l ey of musket and rifle shots hit the thetop theop
top t op of the claydaubed chimney chlmne send sendng ¬
ing I ng down Into the th toddy todd a shower of ofsoot ofsoot ofoot
soot s oot and dirt dirtIn dirtIn dirtin
In a wink every eve man was wa on his feet feetand feetand feetnd
and a nd staring staringGentlemen starng starngGentlemen staringGentlemen
Gentlemen said Helm with an im impressive imprssive impresstve ¬
pressive prssive oath oth that tht is Clarks soldiers soldiersand soldier soldiersand
and they tey will wl take tke your our fort but they the theyught
ought o not to have
t spoiled poied this tis apple appleoddy
toddy toddyOh toddyph t oddyOh
Oh the devil said sid Hamilton Hamiton fore ¬
ibly l resuming ruming u L calm cam countenance it Its
is i s only a a squad of drunken Indians Indianscoming Indianscoming Indianscoming
coming coming in in Well en forego excitement eciement
theres no battle on hand gentlemen
Im Im glad you think so Governor
Hamilton Hamlon Helm responded rsponded but I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should Imagine that I Iougbt ought oght to know kow
the crack of a Kentucky Kentuck rifle rife Ive
heard one occasionally ocionaly in my life Be Besides Be Besides ¬
sides now I got a a whiff w ur of freedom just justnow jut jutnow justnow
nowCaptain Captain Helm is right rght observed ob5ne
Farnsworth Farsworth That Is an attack
Another volley yoley this tis time tme nearer and andmore andmore andmore
more concentrated concentted convinced Hamilton Hamiton
that he was indeed at the opening of ofa ofa ofa
a a a fight Even while whle he was a giving
some hurried orders order to his hi officers officersman officer a a aman
man was wa wounded at one of the port
holes hole Then came ce a series of yells yels prt an answered answered answered ¬
swered by b a arppl ripple of sympathetic sympathetc
French shouting shoutng that ran rn throughout
the te town tow The lhe he patrol p tl guards gars came camestraggling cme cmesragglng camestraggling
straggling sragglng in I breathless breatless with excite excitement ecite excitemont ¬
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