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SALT LCKEeJTY LAKE CITY UTAH UTAH8 1 TNDRY N NDAY DAY JANUARY dfN fRY 18 1903 1903 I if
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a BY dOSIA cJOSIAHfl FLYNf YNrf AND < FRNGI F RANIIS WALTON
< T TRAMFcainrs R 1I P C8rn1S in the United Unltc4States Unitedi
A i States a favorite topic for or discus discussion d discus discusBar CU5 CU5slortls
stonJs stonJshard sion slortls is the whereabouts of Bar1ard Bar Bariard
hard Carr He H was never a great greatelebcity greateebxlt3lnthe greatelebtlty
elebcity eebxlt3lnthe in the sense thathe that he had h8 be become become become ¬
come jnpted for a mastery In some som one onebranchof onebranchOf onebranch
branchof branch ° o UnderWorld skill but he hewas hewas hesvas
was considered by the perfesh and andthe andthetowers andthe
the thetowers towers powers That Rule A remarkably remarkablyclever remarkablyc1 remarkablyclever
clever c1 ver allround man Hoboes liked likedhim UkedhIm llkedhim
him because as they put it he was wasnot wasnot wasnot
not stuck on himself It was his hiscustom hIscustrim hiscusthm
custom custrim when in luck luckand and for ten years yearshe yearsne yearshe
he seemed to be always In luck luckto lucktofslt lucktovisit to tovisit
visit fslt them at their hangouts and ho hoboes hoboes hoboes ¬
boes have always admired a brook ferookwho brookwho roQkwho
who was sufficiently Independent not notto notto notto
to fear loss of caste on being seen in intheir intheir in intheir
their company companyOne companyOne companyOne
One of the present scribes met Carr Carrwhile CarrwhUe Carrwhile
while he was at the top of his reputa reputation reputation repttatfoh ¬
tion at a tramp camp in Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaIt
It was at night and a circle of men menand menand menand
and boys were lounging abOut a great greatfire greatfirp greatfire
fire with the dome of the stars for a atent atent atent
tent and selected railway ties for forcampchairs forampchalrs forcampehalrs
campchairs and cots On a tie apart aparta
a tie of state sat a welldressed welldressedstranger welldr welldressedstranger s e < l lstranger
stranger who was obviously the guest guestof
of the evening His stylish garb white whitehands wbltehands whitehands
hands and andpollte polite manner were Evidence Evidenceenough Avfdenceenough videnceenough
enough that he was no ordinary trav traveler tra traJer Traveler ¬
eler Jer ofthe of the road roadNewcomers roadNewcomers roadNewcomers
Newcomers at the camp were not leftlnng left leftlong eft eftking
long in ignorance fgnor nce of the mans identity ide 1t1h
The scribe had hardly taken a seat seaton s son eat
I on ononetQf onerQf one rqf the tieswhen ties when a lad at 1t hlBstruck hi hiIfi his
Ifi 1 tide ide n1 nudged ged him and said In an awe awel 1 W Wstruckwh1
l < struck struckwh1 = T whisper Per Thats Carr the thegreat thegreat thegreat
great perfeshnul A heathen could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not have directed attention to one ne of ofhis ofhis
his deities d Itles with more reverence The Theman Theman Theman
man s fjeem seemed > eem a to be oblivious of the thegard rfe regard rfegard
gard In which he was as held by the camp campI
I > His eyes were fixed On the fire and andhe andhe andhe
he spoke only occasionally He ha halittle had hadlittle hadUttle d
little to say about himself and an anqwered anfiwered answered
qwered questions In monosyllables monosyllablesWhen monosylIableshcn monosyllablesWhen
When hcn he got up to leave he dropped droppeda
a 510 10 bill on the tie saying Wet e eup er erup erup r
up on me m boys bo s and disappeared lip u uthe P
the th track trackThe trackThe trackThe
The tramps commented on his career careerand careerondpersonallty caree careeand r
and ondpersonallty personality after he had gone goneHow goneHow goneHow
How that bloke holds out one one ex oxclaimed exclaimed exdalmed ¬
claimed IU If hes done a day da in the thePen thePen th thHes e
Pen hes done fifteen years Hes Hesgot HesJot He Hegot
got the nerve you cant see asign asignof a sign signof
of weakenin In in him Benanged f I canexplain can canexplain canexplain
explain It ItHell ItHell itHell
j Hell go to pieces all of a sudden suddeneome suddensome
some day da another declared You see seef seef
f he dont Theres men like that
they the dont crack nor bend they bust
Well Wcnsee 1ti e11 see see him here on o the turf yet t I Itell Itell Itell
tell you ou the bloke dont live that can cantake cantake cantake
take stretchers in the Pen the way
Carr has an not bust Taint itt hu human human human ¬
man nature Course hes holdint out outlongern outongern outlongern
longern ongern some hes nervy an s got gotgood go gogood t
good health but I gamble coin hell be behittln behittitl
hlttin the road after a white hUrt A Acrooks Acrooks
r crooks built like other folks an cant cantlive cantlive can canlive t
live on nerve forever foreverThey foreverThey foreverThey
They say t hes salted down a big bigpile bigpile bigpile
pile for old age all the same a d west westerner westerner westerner ¬
erner remarkftfl rema IpaI Frisco Blackie told toldme toldme toldme
me the jftherday oth oth r r day aye that Carr was one othe o othe 0theil
the theil rlf5Hest r1ihtorooksin h sOorooks crooksin ln the country country1Rich countryRich countryRich
Rich in your eye sneered an old oldman oldman oldman
man from Chicago Ill bet Carr dont dontI don t
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salt down anythin from one years end
to the other Crooks aint bankers bankerswhat bankersvhat
what the th devils de lls the matter with wlthyou your
They blow their dough o h as asfast fast as they
get g t it and right too Some lawyer lawyeror lawy r
I or 0 frontofflcq rontoff1c stiff ud cop it out if ltneYo they
saved it up Ill bet Carr aint got over over 1
ten thousand put past an hell spend spendall spenda11 spendall
all o that probly the next time hespinched hes hesPinched hespinched
Pinched I tell you its the fly cops ops
an lawyers that get the crooks coinc coin
1 aint a pt heard of a chief in a big city
that didnt retire as they call it with
his pockets full of dough Thems Themsthe the
blokes that does the savin Taint Tatntthe Talntth Taintthe
the th crook crookWhat crookWhat crookWhat
What about Detroit Fraxy an his
blocks of houses asked a kid kidDetroit kIdD kidDetroit
Detroit D trolt Praxy Praxyyou you ou make makem me tired
Hell lose em Hell get in a hole some some
day da an have to cough em up them
houses Look at Carr He had one 6
the best payin gamblin joints in
Frisco four years ago he had to deedit deed deedit
it over to his lawyer fer chewIn therag therag the therag
rag fer ferim Mm jmln In that murder scrape Its Itsall ItsaU Itsall
all right bout crooks makin dough but
its hpldln boldln qf it that counts God never neveryet
yet made a crook that has h s stuck stu k to thegraft the thegraft th thgraft
graft long talon t kln chances an stretch stretchers stretchers stretchors ¬
ers an come put out rich richThe richThe richThe
The hangout t broke up soon after this thisstatement thIsstatement thisstatement
statement and the men took trains In
different directions directionsDuring dIrectionsDurIng directionsDuring
During the following five years the thescribe thescribe thescribe
scribe saw Carr twice and heard of him himMJnce hImDnce himonce
once Dnce On both occasions when he saw
Carr the man was apparently still 1n 1nluck Inluck
luck He was dressed well had money money
to tob burn urn was vas courted court edtl by oyhis y his com companions ¬
panions and had no complaint to make
h beyond e ond the statement 5t te men tthatJ1e that he hefelt felt fe ttha that
he was getting oldHad old oldHad olduHnd
Had a year ear to do in Alabama riot j
long ago1 ago he h explained at the secondmeeting second sxjcondmeeting secondmMting
meeting and the Stir was so so damp
that my m bonus got wet I dont mind mindwhen mindwhen mindwhen
when they the gjye g Lye me steam heat in my mycell mycell
cell but it rather ratner uses me up otherwise
A fellow gets getScranky cranky you know after
hes hE > s been shut
up a good deal As s a
kid I didnt give a damn where they theyput the theput
put me but the guards get all my mymoney m mmoney mymoney
money now for things t I think I got
to tl have Thats about the only thing thin thint
t I keep a bank account for forto to get getprivleges getprlveges getprivlegcs
privleges when the pinch > ai comes And
do you know I dont feel comftdble any anymore anymore
more in a large room I aint done donesuch donesuch donesuch
such a hell of a lot o time compared comparedwith comparedwIth comparedwith
with some blokes but I been livin in incells Incells InCElIs
cells off an on for the las sixteen sixteenyears sixteenear5 sixteenyears
years years ear5 an Ive got so used to em t tI tIalwas Ialways I Ialways
always ask for a small room now when
I go to a hotel hot l I have enough dough doughsometimes dougnsometlmea doughsometimes
sometimes to pay for a whole suite as asthey asthey asthey
they call it but I wouldnt feel right
in one Give me a chair a washstand washstandan I
an ansix six feet to stretch out In an old 1
Carrs happy as the rest of em I tell tellyou t tellyou ell ellyo
you yo pard on the level the Pen does doeschange doeschange I
change you ou Im sure sure t Id been a
bigger man f I hadnt been cooped up upso upso upso <
so much Didnt no ria moren begin to togrow togrow
grow than I got pinched an I ainthad aint ainthad ainthad
had a fightln chance to grow Jince JinceYour rnceYour ince inceYour
Your nerves all right isnt it the thescribe thescribe thescribe
scribe asked askedIts askedIts
Its all right so far but you never
know when itll Wllgo IL go back on you Im Imlong Im91pt Imgglnto
gglnto 91pt try tryjan jan anputCpasta Ptpast a stake before
long long fbrold for old age age Im bound to weaken weakenaf weakenafter
af after ter a while hUe an I ought to have a
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bank ban k account to dive live on Bout fiveyears five
years morels see me settled settIeddovn down I Iguess Igu Iguess 1
guess gu guess s I ought o ghtto to plant agood agoodSwag swag swag
bir bythat that time tlmeCourse Course itllbe ItUbehardto ItUbehardtochilck hard to tochuck tochuck
chuck the business but you got to t cool
down a little when youre gettin ettin shaky shakyon shakyon
on your pins an Id l d rather like to die dieeasy dieeasy ie ieas
easy as God knows Tve lived hard hardAbout hardAbout hardAbout
About two years after this conversaLion conversa conversation conversation ¬
tion there appeared in a western news newspaper nespaper newspaper
paper an account of Carrs arrest for foran foran foran
an offense cojnmit committed ed on the coast ast It Itread Itread Itread
read thus Barnard B rnard rd Carr alias Clncle ClncleShorty ClncleShorty CIncteShorty
Shorty was arrested by the local police policelast polIcelast policelast
last night The details of his crime crimehave crimehave crimehave
have not n t yet come in but there Is no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt in the minds of the police that thatCarr thatCarr thatCarr
Carr Is the man wanted The dispatch dispatchfrom dispatchfr dispatchfrom
from fr m said that one of the local localbanks localbanks localbanks
banks had been taken in by a forged forgedcheck forgedcheck forgedcheek
check calling for 15000 and the descrlptlon de description descnptfon ¬
scription of the alleged forger orgel fits Carr Carrexactly CarreXactly Carrexactly
exactly The man has one of the long longest longest longest ¬
est police blotter records in this coun couni counTHe country
i try THe He has operated with one graft graftand grateand graftand
and another in practically every state stateof stateof stateof
of the Union and is not unknown in inMexico inMexico inMexico
Mexico On account of his neat ap appearance app appearance ¬
pearance p arance and unobtrusive manner he heis heis heis
is sometimes called The Gentleman GentlemanCrook GentlemanCrook
Crook but he fraternizes with tramps trampsas
as well as professional criminals He Heis Heis Heis
is reported to take crime as seriously seriouslyas
as an artist takes his art and the neat neatJobs neatjobs neatjobs
Jobs that he has planned and done donebear donebear donebear
bear out the report The sheriff states statesthat statesthat
that he was welcomed by the other otherprisoners otherprisoners otherprisoners
prisoners in the jail as a most distin distinguished dIstinguIshed distinguished ¬
guished personage He is said to be bevery berY bevery
very rY popular among criminals of all allclasses allclasses allclasses
classes if guilty of the crime for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which he has been arrested the prob probability probabUity probability ¬
ability is that he will be given a a severe severesentence severesentence severesentence
sentence Carr has employed the best bestcounsel bestcOUIsel bestcounsel
counsel In the city and a telegram has hasbeensent hasbeensent hasbeensent
beensent to thefamous criminal law lawyer lawyer lawyer ¬
yer 4Ames Ames In Frisco FriscoSix FrIscoSix FriscoSix
Six months later the Under World Worldwas Worldwas Worldwas
was notified that Barnard Carr had received re received receIved ¬
ceived ceived eight years yearsA yearsshort yearse
e e a a s a s s sA
A short time ago two scribes were weretaking weretaking weretaking
taking a a stroll in Lime street Liver Liverpool Liverpoo1 LiverpooL ¬
pool At night it is one of the mos mosinstructive most mostinstructive mostInstrJ1ctive t
instructive promenades in England for fora foraman fo r
a aman a man who wishes to know things and andone andODO an anone d rd
one can complete investigations that thathavpbeen thathave thahavgbeen t
havpbeen have been begun in the main stemof stem stemof stemof
of towns thousands of miles away awayThe awayThe awayThe
The four continents contribute to the thelife thelife th thlife e
life on the pavement pavement as well as in inthe inthe i ithe n
the places of entertainment enter nment and the thepassersby thep th thpassersby e
passersby p and performers jabber in inmany i imany n
I many tongues and dialects dialectsThe dialectsThe dialectsThe
The scribes drifted into a free and andeasy andeasy an aneasy d
easy where men and women sing singsongs singsqngs sin sinsongs g
songs < and then pass their hats an anbonnets and andbounets andbOJnets d gd
bonnets around for pennies and hapen hapennies hapenDIes hapenales ¬
DIes It was a sordid little place with witha wit wita h
a smell in It that was composed of ofall o oally f I Ialhsmells
all alhsmells ally smells of neglect tobacco and al alcohol alcohol ¬
cohol Any Anyone one In the audience wh whhad who whohad o
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had a voice oice and a a song or thoughhe thought thoughthe t
he had might take the floor and put puthis putj pu puhis t
his opinion to the test of popularity popularityOn
On the evening in question there had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen d
been a lull in the proceedings and to tobreak tobreak t tbreak o
break it the master of ceremonies ceremoniesturned ceremoniesturned ceremonieturned s san
turned to a a shabbily dressed little man mansitting mansitting m msitting an
sitting alone alonenear near the piano player playerBarnle playerHarnie playerBarnie
Barnle you little tramp are you yousober yousober ya yasober u
sober enough to give us a song he heasked hea h hasked e
asked a ked Theres a good ouse tonight tonightan tonightyoull
an youll get a swag if you let fer ferrun e erun er errun r
run right rightBarnie rIghtBarnie rightBarnie
Barnie gave the ouse the th old jail jailsong jaUBong jailsong
song of the Boston burglar which whichtruns whichtruns whichnuns
nuns nunsI truns trunsI
I was brought up In Boston BostonA
A place you allknow al alt Uf know well wellBrought wellBrQugbt wellBrought
Brought up by honest parents parentsAnd parentsAnd parentsAnd
And now rye gone to hell hellBut henBut hellBut
But my character was taken takenI
I had to hit the thetraU thetraUAnd trail trailAnd trailAnd
And his honor he shoved me Into jail jailThe joJlThe jailThe
The song was none of the best an anthe and andthe andthe d
the mans voice oice was cracked and the thepiano thePlanO th thpiano e
piano player knew bi but little of the therune thetune th thtune e eat
tune but the audience cried Earear Ear Earear Ea Eaear
ear and clapped and Barnies Barni s halt h at t
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To make the closing week of our ANNUAL SHOESALE SHOE SALE a memorable one we have gathered to together together together ¬
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was as well lined wlthcopper with copper copper The eel collection ¬
lection finished he hetQQk took a seat near nearthe nearthe nearthe
i the scribes scribesI
I aint muoh much on the njelojous n lojoU howL howL1he
he hesaid said with tint tha a a significant sig1lt t grin but butI
I can toss off a glass gasso o somethin hot hotI
I r guess gu gue s you ou fellows is Yanks aint aintyqu aintI
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He was as told that he hd guessed guessedright guessedright U Uright
rightThought right rightThought
rightThought Thought so WhRCli WJ t31 U yMu 1iu take takeon takeon takeon
on me Cant give gveyou yon sham but Im Imgood Imgood
good for anythin In reason reasonYoure r reasonYoure
Youre a Yank yourself y oarself arent your yourone you youone
one of the scribes ac ribes ftuerjed ue ed when the
drinks had ladbeen been bought boughtWell bouS boughtWell t tWell
Well thats as may be beName 00uNamea beNams
uNamea Name Carr isnt i5 t ItThe it itThe
The little vagrant gave both scribes scribesWfco scribesa
a S6ching s ching lookWho look lookWIlo
Who are you blokes D I knowyou know knowyou knoWlyou
you youOne Tne T
One ne of the scribes reminded him ot otprevious orpreYlous ofprevious
previous meetings In the States StatesWell StatesWell StatesWell
Well Ill be hanged Say come down downto downto downto
to my hangout will you Youve paidfor paid paidfor paidf
for f r this stuff 111 get some booze art arta am ama aua
a candle an n well chew the rag
Theres a lot I want to know about aboutold aboutold aboutold
old times timesWe timesWe timesWe
We left the free and easy easr and
Barnle led the way toward towanthe the docks docksHe doc1 dockHe J
He insisted on purchasmgsome purchasing some beer beerand beerand been beenand
and a candle in ina a shop in the last laststreet laststreet
street before be ore turning into Int 0 a maze ntazemurky o omurky otl
murky alleyways and then guided usto us uato f fto
to a a great barrel or hogshead hiddenaway hidden hiddenaway hiddenaway
away among on broken boxes discarded discardedship dis discardedship arded ardedship
ship timbers and assorted debris debrisTaint debrisTa1nt debrisTaint <
Taint no parlor car pals he ex explained explained explanned >
plained lighting the candle and set satting setting i itingit
ting tingit it in a tin socket In the barrel barrelbut b barrelbut a1 a1but
but it fits me an thats tha s aH I want wantWill wantWIll wantWin
Will you sit outside or orcome come laj in Cant Cantall Cntall Canttall
all get in thats surer surerThe i iThe IThe
The air was stagnant and warm to tothe J Jthe
the touch to ch and even in the open the thelungs thelungs thelungs tOil
lungs labored W We sat on soma somap1ank9 somap1ank9outside planks p poutside j joutside
outside It was some time before beforeHarnIes before beforeBarnies t tBarnles
Barnles talk turned naturally n ur Uy upon uponhimself uponJ uponJand on onhimself
himself he kept asking about thiS pal paland paland
and that pal how things ware e cam caming ceming eeming
ing up over home who werestill werestlUhold werestlUholding were still hold holding holding ¬
ing out In n the perfesh who hadgono hadigonaunder hadgonounder hootgODunder
under which coppers were in power powerwhich powerwhich
which stirs were easy or orhard hard what whatgood whtgood
good touches had been made lately latelywho latelywho latelywho
who were settled settI d and who freehand freehandabout free 1Qe and andabout nd
about various other things connected connectedwith connectedwith connectedwith
with the life on which his imagina imagination imaginatIon imaglnation ¬
tion still dwelt with a a certa1nprlde certain certa1nprldeAt pride prideAt
At last however when thescribes the scribesh8At scribesh8Atanswered scribes had i ihe
answered his queries queriesasbeettheycoul s best they couId d f
he said suddenly suddenlyI j
I spose you want to hear my nag xaschewer mgcchewer +
chewer now nowThe nowThe nowThe
The scribes smiled and nodded 3Sie 3SieHttle Dbelittle
little mans shoulders twitched he took tooka I Ia
a fresh piece of snipe from his hispocket hispocket hispocket
pocket bowed his head foe Gt a moment momentas mom t tas
as if ashamed looked up again g1 n and andbegan aDdbegan
began beganIts beganuIts
uIts Its none too nice to tell but you youblokes youblokes 1
blokes has known me when I was top topCourse topof
of the heap and you will understand understandCourse
Course I could a cro croaked akedmyself myself an anthe anthe
the whole thing ud fa a been b en off but butthe butthe butthe
the fact is I didnt have even nerve nerveenough nerveenough
enough for that That last stretcher stretcheron
on the coast dreaned me out They Theyused Theyused Theyused
used me hard thats where it is an anI anI an
I didnt make any good g od time either I Ibasted Ibasted Ibasted
basted a guard for callin me a a liar an anthe anthe
the warden didnt remember to forgit forgitit
it They tucked me away iu the dun dungeon dungeon ¬
geon ten times just for luck like I Ehad Ihad Ihad
had a few thousand when they turned turnedme turnedme turnedme
me loose but iI spent spentem em travelin avelln I Ithought Ithought Ithought
thought Id brace up prape f I got gota
a change so I came over over here an1 an fora for fora fota
a while I drifted all over the shop If Ifmy Itmy Ifmy
my dough ud a held out Fd rdce be on the themooch he hemooch hemooch
mooch yet I guess I only bad twentypounds twenty twentypounds twentypounds
pounds when I got back to London ndon but butmy butmy butmy
my nerve was no good an 1 tried for fora
a job on the level but twasnt no use useA useA
A bloke thats used up for swipln aintup aint aintup aintup
up to no kindo kind 0 work god gt > > or bad badContinued badContinued
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