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1 < THK T SALT lAKE tLKKAUD MOAiA SEPrEALBER KPTEMJU R 28 1903
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St LoutsTile Planter I The outhern outhernFRUIT outbsrnFRUIT utla
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FRUIT AT THE FAIR FAIRS i iAs
S THKRE ARE A HE MANY valuable valuablepremiums valua1tlepremll1ma
As it
premiums offered for the be best bestdisplays bestdisplays t tdisplays
displays of fruit fresh sundried sundriedand 8undriedand sundriednd
and nd evaporated and as the fruit grow growers growus growels ¬
ers of Utah are on their mettle by rea reason reaaon reafl ¬
son fl of their recent loss of prestige at atOgden atOgden atOgden
Ogden it Is I safe to predict that the thefruit thefruit thefrift
fruit dUplar at the t Utah fair this year yearivill yearIU yearivI
ivill ivI IU be dIe test t In fl the history tory of the theft thet the1fIhdt theat
ft t at
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Pratt at growers cro of Box Elder Weber WeberDavit WeberDa Weberp
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Davit Da flatt Lake and sa Utah counties countiesprftsstae countlepr
prftsstae pr to send toe displays of ma mature matUN Inntui ¬
ture tui ftttK Washington county will willsen willa willp
sen o p a splendid did exhibit of 0 Dixies Dixiesfrdlt Dixiesfndt Dixieefrjt
frdlt prodoets and 1 1a 4tn 4IhIg mgo to be bea beaat bastTeDt a astrong
strong at competitor for many of the reg regular regular regni ¬
ular ni and lame some of the soeeial pri pri9unuBlt prlt prle prleSmunmit
9unuBlt t county Is a new competitor competitorfur competitorfofaIhocorthIs
fur f fofaIhocorthIs r faif Ja honors oIR this is season e 11 Though Thoughnot T Thoughnot 1 1not
not an extensive grower ower of fruit as asyet asyet asyet
yet the fruit that Summit can an display displaylit
lit of the finest t quality and what Is Ismore Ismors
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more m I k free from blemish Ulntah Ulntahcnsetr Ulntahtbat tlnthc4V
cnsetr apsiss that we were shown this thiswseh th thisw I IeeJt
wseh w eeJt will sa s hard to surpass IIU in beauty beautySUM beautyIri
SUM Iri aad onattty in a the state and they theywere theyeM theyweTe
were eM whotfy free from worms w worn a point pointthat poilUthat pointtht
that will be more strongly emphasised emphasisedthan emplaaaisedtban
than ever before In passing upon the tbenllVlta thenIerits
merits of Utah fnUL Any Aa fruit show showiiis w
iiis 11 evfOsace of having < been alCected dectedIUt EeCtedwith
with IUt the larvae of the codling cocIlln moth is isexcluded iseul Iseteiu4e4
excluded eul from exhibition exhibition1IOUaer exhibitIonAaother
Another new competitor la the eon eontest eonteat eontrst
test for for fo prises for fine fruit is Saitpete Saitpetecounty Sa1tpetecntI8tT Sutpetecnvaty
county which Is now for the first alllttlme alllttlmeoat time timeBpadsfl timese4
se4 Bpadsfl out peaches from Eparaim In Incarload Incarloa4 Incarload
carload lots which were pronounced by byH byR bYa
H large fruit shipper amour mOu the tJaelne Attest Attesthe ftneeth t thp
he h bad seen This Tb county like ilk Cache Cachewin Caekewm8JCeel Cachewlfl
win wm8JCeel excel however as a grower rower of ofapples atapplee ofapples
apples and small 11 fruits With railroad railroadfdttUes railroadfiLeftitles I If8ldUtlee
fdttUes and a climate stilted II1IIt to their theirgrowin tbelrthe theirvth
growin the sr growing growlngof wlq of of small fruit Is Isdnsftaed Isd Isdittned
dnsftaed d to become a flourishing ourishln < Indus Industry Ind1l8trJ industry ¬
try la Baopete pete One raspberry grower growerof power poweror
j or amount sesnt t Pleasant t Mr r Wilson made a aphenomenal aPbeDa1 apbeestnJ
phenomenal success with an acre and anda I Ia
a half of raspberries rupbe last season His Hisgross Illsgrow
gross e income from this small patch patchwas xUch xUchwas tch tchw I
was w tlM 1 for berries be and for plants plantsthta plantSthis
this sprtn spring an additional POt 1200An POtII 200 200As I
An important p tant advantage 4 the state statefab etatefair statefab
fab will have In the fruit display over overthe overthe I ItM
the ewe exhibit wni be the better bettermaturity 1Mtttermattl bettermtarit7
maturity of many varieties of fruit fruitf fruftPtI fruitespeelafly
f specially PtI apples pp and peaches Me and andtbta as asthis asthis
this is essentially UaJly a fruit year there Is Isevery Isever isevyy
every reason n to believe that the dis display display ¬ I
play pIa of orchard products win be th thbest the tbebeet thebest
best eves shown at a Utah fair fairTHE fairTHE fairem
em emTHEOHILOLES
THE THEOHILOLES CHILDLESS OHILDLESaCOUPLE OHILDLESaCOUPLET COUPLE COUPLETAB COUPLET
T T TAB BE POSSIBILITY of race suicide is IsPtOb 15A
4 A ota PtOb pzoblm nrobierothat mtbt that JBMev bg ever everbl evrtrnu evrtrnubled rtrouT rtrouTbled
bled bl The Herald to any marked ex extent extt cxtent ¬
tent bet there are altogether too many manychildless manyr manyehdh
childless r ehdh couples COIl Iea In this country and andSalt andSalt andSalt
Salt Lake has its proportion In some someInstances eomelnetane sonicinstances
Instances It Is the fault of the couples couplesin
in all 11 cases it to their misfortune misfortunethougha mlafortunet misfortunethosgh
t thosgh thougha a few undoubtedly do not re realise rea1l yealize ¬
alise le the the latter truth truthWhat truthWhat truthWhat
What do those who have no babies babiesmiss bablem babiesmiss
miss m Let us present the case fairly fairlyThey talyTll faldyThey
They Tll y miss iso In the first place long longhours ioIagh
T hours h of oi wakefnmess and anxiety they theyknow theykQOW theyknow
know that when they tbe lie down to sleep sleeptheir sleeptheir Jeeptileit
their rest will not be interrupted by bythe bythe bythe
the waning of a child The servant servantproMem servantfIOItJena servantrroblem
proMem to no problem at all to the thechildless thebi thellldieSS
childless bi because they can close the thehouse tb tbhOUlle thOhoime
house when bat they th want to go out at atnight attbey atnight
night they can eat their mean at a arestaurant arefia arestOrat
restaurant refia In emergencies they ue can canlie cantile canb
lie b the gayest t of societys gay gayIn PFIDlIae1r gayin
In IDlIae1r their minds mlt14etbere there to no 1io fear as asto uto asto
to what t will become of the boy Ito or the theThJSjr tbec1r1 thegirl
girl 1Nea because there La QO boy or girl girlT rL rLTIIMsr
ThJSjr T are spared all the planning that thatin Uaatin thatin
in the minds of some parents runs ruD far farInter farInte fIXInto
Inter the b future they tIM are saved ve4 an ruttlnlte in dnfinite infinite ¬
finite amount unt of worry and expense expenseFor expe expeeFor
For married people who are thorough thoroughly ¬
I ly 1itI selfish Ish life IK for ten fifteen or tw twty twen w n nty
ty 7 year without t children may seem seemideal IIeemId seemIdeal
ideal Id aJ Then ft comes the disillusion disillusionNothing 41a1UU8ioaNotlllq disillusionNothing
Nothing is more pathetic tbetlc than thanchi the thechildless thechIldless
chi childless nrtddleaged d couple coupleOe coupleWhat
What Is Oe < h reward of ofwho the tilewho couples coupleswho
who have babies The question questionlimost e nIll can candmsot
Ill limost be answered we in a word wordIon wordIonrtae love loveThe
The truest sweetest purest thins in inthe Inbe Inh1VOrldIthGleYsofachjld
the h1VOrldIthGleYsofachjld vorld orIdll to the love of a child There Therei
i it no hypocrisy aypocr sy in the heart of the thehubby theyoungster thehbby
hubby youngster who runs to meet meetnia meethla meethIavfber
nia hIavfber father Mr there l to no guile uHe in the thesplrtt thes thespirit
spirit s that prompts the childish em embrace embraee embrace ¬
brace the turning upward of the sweet sweetlips sweetIIP1 sweetlipo
lips for the U fathers thers kiss The fathers fathersloms fat fat101D1t fatherstom
tom may be the humblest cottage la latits lat Intw
tits t he land IaIJCI or the most magnificent pal palJtje paJIe1Nt palif
Jtje Ie1Nt s t tt he Is poor In what the world worldvalues worldhe worldvalues
values he to rich in love and if he is isi 111ri Isrice
rice ri i to the thin things of the earth he is istfn latfa Istimes
tfn times richer in the love of his hischild hIschild hishild
child childMen childMen hildMen
Men and women are lost almost be beyond beyond beynd ¬
yond hope of redemption if children childrenlo
lo < b not make them be better r It is not notmerely notmerely notmerely
merely that tht their youth is renewed in intheir Inlhlr Intheir
their children They become better bettermen bettermen bettermen
men and better women for the sake of oftheir ortheir oftheir
their children for they want their re respect respect respect ¬
spect as well as their lore The dslre dslreto slre slreto
to retain the respect rea t of his children has haskept hnskept baakept
kept the feet of many man a man in straight straightand straightand
1 and narrow paths pathsIs patbIs
Is the bftby bft b worth the trouble and andanxiety andanxiety andanxiety
anxiety and expenditure he costs Ask Askmy Askany
my 1 ny father or mother in the th land The TheHerald TbeHeral4 TheHerald
Herald will rest its case oh on the first firstanswer ftrstan8 firstanswer
answer an8 er you set setKing getKing et etKfng
King Edward Ed ar4 according acco to London Londonadvices LondonndiCts London8lvIces
advices is going Into the cabinet cabinetmaking cabinetmaktnft cabinetmaking
making business He will probably probablyhave pro1ab1yhae probablyhave
have considerable difficulty though In Infinding Indndinc Inending
finding timber suitable for his purpose purposej
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HEW N NEWRlD Y RJ RIB CAND CAN PLANT PLANTc PLANTjr
t
jr F MORE oaE th n 1y Interest to tothe
1 the c people of tfrlV tM h4ss4 wKrtton on n of hO hOintclmouDtan th thInteriflouDlain h
Intelmountain country Is l the statement statementor statem nt
or 0 agricultural experts experts that canalgr canalerecan
can be grown with greet gr t success on onarid orarid
arid lands la Canaigre ana1gr Is a species of ofdock ofdock
dock of the Kuinex Hymenosepatus Hymenosepatusfamily H7m Eymeno palu5 epalu3family palu5family
family and Its roots are of extreme extremevalue Altretnalue exttetncvalue
value in tanning We V > are told that tiv tivroots thIoots tiiroots
roots contain more than SO ZOer per r cent centtannic ent enttdnnic
tannic acid This fc hi upwards of twice twiceas
as much as 3s contained in the bark barkof barkof buckof
of oak and hemlock hemlockThe htmlockThe hemlockThe
The significant s1gnl cant fact in the develop development dlvelopm developrnnt ¬
ment m nt of riihalgrp ea algTf > says If1 a writer ht th thSaturday ttw ttwalurday thosaturday
Saturday P Pet st is that it makes its itsgrowth wgrcwth it itgrcwth
grcwth in the winter Long Lob oefor th thnnual thnnual J Jr
r nnual drouth dro In the extreme arid re regions reon re4oti ¬
gions 4oti on s Mt setl tS In the roots of this tht plant plantKave plantIaye planthave
have matured It is authoritatively authoritativelyMinounced authoritativelYUJ1ounced authoritatIvelynnounced
Minounced that in n states to which it its ifadapted itadapted
s adapted eannlgre funning will meet meetthe meetth
th the most flansiine fl11 Hine expectations of all allwho aUwho
who bo embark in the enterprise enterprIPeA A crop cropmay cropmay cropmay
may be counted upon abeolutely every everyyear everyr everyCnaigre everyyear
year yearCanaigre yearCanaigre r
Canaigre cm ca n be grown either from frontseeds fromstc fromseeds
seeds stc > ds or roots Because Beca e of the fact factthat fuctthat factttat
that It grow in the winter wint r it is not notub notuWect
su ub uWect > J ct to attacks by insects In eots of any anykind anykind
kind and when the hot days arrive arriveall arrlvtall arriveall
all the farmerhas farmer has to do is to gather gatherhis
his yield tnder t nder proper method of ofcultivation ofrultivaUon ofcultivation
cultivation it is i said that from ten to totwenty tot
twenty t enty tons of cariaigre can igre per arre r 3an nnbe < < 3anbe fl flbe
be produced This finds a ready mar market mark markot ¬
ket k t at price which make the yieldof yieldofa yi ld O Oa
a single year often much more m le valu valuable valuahe alu alua ¬
able a bie than the land itself prior to th thtime the thetime
time canaigre was introduced introducedIf
If the glowing promises prom held out In Inthis 116lh Inthis
this lh l proposition can be made de good a d it itwould itwould Itwould
would be difficult to overestimate overestImate the theimportance theimportanCe theimportance
importance of canaigre ennaiSrefannln fanning to the thearid thearid thearid
arid and semiarid west We know knowthat kowthat ow
that in many sections of the west snow snowcovens Ifb4wovtltII aoWcovers
covens fhe he ground round during 4urlntbe the winter winterand winternd wlflterand
and nd thenruns thW tbkruaso tuIIe off so rapidly l plilJ in th thsummer thsummer the thesummer
summer that there th re Is I no possibility l of ofraising ofraising ofraisIng
raising an ordinary crop Before Beforewheat B Beforewheat tore torewheat
wheat or oats or corn or any similar similarI similarproduct mllar mllarJroduct
I product can reach maturity turtt7 it Iti Is cut cutdown c cutdown t tdown
down by the hot sunshine sunshineSuccessful sunehfhSuccetlllful sunshineSuccessful
Successful experiments experime ts in the culti cultivation cultlatlon cultivatlon ¬
vation of canaigre have been made in inArisona InArlllOl1 InArizona
Arizona on lands which resemble mble in inalmost Inost
almost ost every particular land in Utah Utahwhich Utahwbleh Utahwhich
which is now being used u ecl for nothing nothingexcept notblneseept nothingexcept
except range purposes purpo es and then only onlyfor onbfor onlyfor
for a brief period in every eyer year The Thelaising TheI
laising 1 of canaigre cana on sack land would wouldnot Woul1n ouId ouIdnst
not star > a profitable industry but butlit lMatit butit
lit it would d save the forests of oak and andhemlock andhemkck
hemlock which hlch are n Be new w iMAf iMAfnuded beih a aeeI Heided >
nuded ided eeI In the search for tanbark laabark from fromcomplete fromcOmpletedestructlon fromcumpletedetructlon
> cOmpletedestructlon cOmpletedestructlonAUTOS cumpletedetructlonAUTOS complete destruction destructionAUTOS
AUTOS AND ANDRAILROAJS ANDRAILROAJSIN RAILROADS RAILROADSN
IN T N A RECENT ISSUE of the Engi Engineering End1Ieerlla EngiI ¬
I neering < Magazine fte Sylvester Stewart Stewartriddfee 8t tfiWitrIddles t trlcdfee
rIddles the theory advanced by b Sir SirHenry SirHenry SirHenry
Henry Norman No xah the Kas Ba tahjtutoniobile agttahputomobLleenthusiast l8hutonIobileentht tahjtutoniobileenthusiast
enthusiast that automobiles utoDtolll may be bedestined bedQUaecl bedestined
destined some time to supplant the ttaeraUwJ theralLwan therailways
railways of the t country JHr Henry Henryasks BeDr7ask Benryasks
asks Why should the theeomQIuldty community pay paya
a huge sum per mile m for II special road roadvay 04vay roadvay
vay steel rails ral for cars and a hess hiisjagenerating eDeratlng hessenrstIng
generating station when selfpropelled selfpropelledomnibuses elfproPeUed elfproPeUedomnlbuee selfpropelledomnibuses
omnibuses of equal speed comfort coml rt ca capacity capaeltJr enparity ¬
parity and n4 economy ean use the Utemon comr comrmon eaau eaaumon
mon road and by their ability to be besteered besteered besteered
steered around obstacles not interfere interferewith Interferew interferewith
with the rest of the trader traderMr trameKi trailteri
Mr i Stewart fully and e eDetlvel1 eDetlvel1wen esctIveiyan esctIveiyanswers ctlvely > n nswers
swers tjbs question UOn He H points out utthe utthetact outhefact the thefact
fact that the steel rail rather tller ihaiS t thaai4he thaai4hevehicle he hevehicle e evehlele
vehicle that runs over 0 ovqr it It to responsible responsiblefor respollefor responisbiefor
for the Immense strides made by com commerce oommeree cornmerce ¬
merce and civilisation Mr Stewart Stewartshows Stewartshows Stewartshows
shows that horse hon ears carry peojUe peojUegreater peIegreater e ereater
greater < distances for Jess money ever erVersteel flersteel eversteel
steel rails than conveyance CIOnve oonveyasossthat that do not nottravel nottraTe nottravel
travel on rails rail The T same thins tbIi to true trueof trueof trueof
of electric and steam railways In this thisconnection thl thlcoaDeetlon thiscoitneetlon
connection Mr Stewart says saysThe saysrbie 78 78T
T The railway carries free rreeUae the passes passengers paIMIeDaera passesgeis ¬
gers iMiiiound JMNftd trunks and Sends 4 with withhim WIthblm withhIm
him toilet rooms heating stoves and andfuel andtuel andfuel
fuel tuel smoking rooms dining dlnl rooms and andbedrooms aDdbedrooms andbedrooms
bedrooms These houses ho on wheels wheelsand wheelaDd wheelsand
and the locomotive which draws them themhave themhave themhave
have to be very heavy m order to get getthe aetthe getthe
the great strength made necessary n ry by byhigh bybi byhIII
high bi speed I I8dmtt admit that for terabort a asnort ashort
snort ride In fine weather the stage was wasand wasand wasand
and the automobile is Is enjoyable but butbefore butbefore butbefoye
before a passenger < er can be wdJI u proteet proteeted ¬
ed from dust dutlncJ wlnd rain and cold and andfurnished andfarnl8hed andfurnished
furnished with pure air through open openings openfnp openings ¬
ings fourteen feet t above above the ground ToundfD as asIn asI
In I a Railway l1wa car the automobile must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be built as large and heavy as that thatcar tbatcar thatcar
car which to l a development not prob probable probable probable ¬
able ableMr
Mr tr Stewart Stew t finds a splendid ap n id field for forthe tortile forthe
the automobile as a connection for forrailroad forraOroada forrailroads
railroad He would bare ave them them branch branchoff bnutchoff branchoff
off from raHroad raHroacl1111e8 lines on light rails railsof railsof
of their own In this way they would wouldbe wouldbe wouldbe
be able to reach high rates of speed speedwith a speedwith eedwith
with little or no danger r to the passen passengers pseengeis n ¬
gers 18 and they could carry large quanti quantities quaatltI qualtities ¬
ties tI of freight Most t of us will agree agreewith agreewith agreewith
with Mr Stewart 8teartt that the development developmentof
of the automobile up 1 to date does oea not notJustify notJuetlfy notjustify
Justify the belief that it will ever seri serioqftiy serty sodotly
oqftiy y compete with team railways railwaysIn
In cities the situation to different differentThere cllfterentThere differentThere
There with smooth streets tre ts the auto automobile aQtomobile automobile ¬
j mobile will almost surely come into intocompetition intooo IntoOOflIetItion
oo competition tltJon with lth the street railways railwaysAfter r railwaysAftr UwaB UwaBII
II IIfter
After an it is the consumer who whopays whopap whopays
pays in the t end this tb reflection being beinginduced beinginduced beingInduced
induced toy the announcement that thatrailroads thatrailroads thatraIlroads
railroads throughout the country are areto ar arto areto
to Increase freight rates because the thecost lhtI thecost >
I cost of labor has been materially ma t rlany in increased inI incresaed ¬
creased cr It is hard to tOllaY say just where wherethe wherethe wherethe
I the man who works for a fixed salary salaryis
is going to land if this sort of thing thingkeeps tblngk thingkeeps
keeps k pa up upA
uga ugaA < 1 1A >
A Virginia sheriff the other day re resisted reslsttd resilted ¬
silted an attack made mad by bya a mob on onthe onthe onthe
the jail for fortbe the purpose of lynching lynchinga
a negro One prominent J eitisen clU n was wasshot waJshot wasshot
shot and three others were captured capturedThe capturedThe capturedThe
The mob got the negro ro but the chances chancesare
are that there will be some doings doIn later laterthat laterthat laterthat
that will m keep somebody very much in interested interelted Interested ¬
terested terestedShop
+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + 9 9Shop + +
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+ Shop 1 op Talks m I U m < AdvertlsiKV AdvertlsiKVThe AdvirUiL vttlt ibThp +
+ 9
9 The history of the Ingersolt In < enoIl watch 4 9
9 is interesting With an extensive ext naJve ad advertialBg advertIain
+ vertialBg vert vertIain s campaign aun Involving avolvlftaR AM ex expence expene
t 9 > pence of over EUKMMff 0IMJ8f a year the 9 f
+ Ingersolls have bum up the sales aaJ to tooVeT
9 4 over 6000 watches per pelday day We men mention 4 4tion
+ tion this merely to show the possl poesibiilties 4 4bilities
+ bilities of advertising adYfltt lng The Thetrtie same 081111 Ie Ietrue Istrue
+ true of almost any an business The TheplE
9 4 people plE are newspaper reader ad and an an anattractive anattra 4 4attractive
+ attractive attra < tlve advertisement placed In a aDAILY anew 4
9 new newspr 1 i8 bound to be setn TUE +
9 KJCJULD BAS A LARGER CIRct CtRCtLATION +
+ LArtON THAN ANY OTHSR +
+ DAILY NEWSPAPER IN SALT 4
9 LAKE CITY and for ptoof our ourhooks 4
4 hooks bOoqal9 are open o n t Q ti advertisers adeltI rs rsc 4
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Th The Great Salt lake is again againfeet several severalfeet I
feet lower than it was ever known to tobe tobe
be before beforeA
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A Salt Lake firm fi has the officers officerslooking omerslooklq officerslooking
looking for a man named Little And Andi AIKIit Andft
i if what they say of him i Is true tru he is isnot
not much muchWouldnt muchWouldnt
Wouldnt ouldnt it cause use consternation consternationdmong fonstfrnat consternationdmong on
dmong mong a certain class of retailers lptan MJ in inSalt InSalt inSalt
Salt Lake if convictions should follow followthe fol1o fol1othe followthe
the orosecutton of those who sell to tobacco totac0 tOaccc
bacco accc to minors Several business businessfailures bualneesfailures
failures failur would be almost t certain to tooccur tooccur tooccur
occur if the practice were ere a stopped stoppedCity stoiipeda stoiipedCity I ICity
City Chemist Harms has found that thatsome I Ii Isome
some > samples of milk submitted to him himdo himdo hImelo
do not come up u to the tb standard which whichmay wbfchmay whichmay
i may be taken to indicate that he got gotthe 1J0tthe gotthe
the samples before 1e fore theywere th they were prepared preparedfor
for publication publicationAccording publicationAcordirjf publicaUonAccordIng
According to the railroads of the thecountry theountiy thecountry
country the > laboring classes have none nonebut nonebut
but themselves them to blame if the prie J pytcea pytceaor s sor
or commodities comm dIUPB go higher the railroads railroadstaking raliroathtakIng s stakln
taking takln the position that the increase increaseof
of wages ban necessitated n tate the railing ralstni1of ratlll ratlllof
j of freight rates ratesPeople ratesPeople ratesPeople
People who desire a portrait JJOt fra It of ofthemselves ofthemselves ofthemselves
themselves and do not feel able to pay payfor payfor i ifor
for the same can achieve ac ve their t elr desire desirewithout desirewitbout desirewithout
without cost CO t by letting themselves get getcaught getcaught t tcaught
caught swiping something in a depaft department depaftment depaftment ¬
ment store if the proposed pro plan oj the thestore tfttore thestore
store managers goes into effect effectThe eftectThe effectrho
The Russian outrages bad been beenabout Ieeftabout heelsabout
about forgotten In the interest caused causedby c causedby u uby
j by the superior article of atrocity fur furnished nvnlsbed tWnlsbed ¬
nlsbed in Macedonia untU the state statedepartment statedepartment statedepartment
department came forward with wlthtite the an annoancement announcement 1I 1Iuouncement
noancement that the Russian Inci Incident mcident ¬
dent d t had been closed so far as the thestate theftta tbestain
state ftta denartment d Is concerned concernedJust concernedJuat 1 1Just
Just to demonstrate that their fair faircity faircIty 1 1fty
city fty la properly named the people of ofLynchburg ofLynchburg
Lynchburg Va Va4 < taok charge of a ne nerro liegio I
10 rro prisoner pri onr there t thh and put him to todeath to1ieath todeath
death I IMeln
Meinselluf Meln eUuf and the governor overuor says saysGeneral ilia iliaGeneral laysGeneral
General Bell of Colorado will see to toIt toIt I IIt
law order to tothe tothe I Ithe
It that we maintain fttaln and
the very smallest fraction thereof thereofThat thereofThat thereofThat
That Filipino woman w who claims claimeto claimetobe in t tbe I
be the wife tfifeof of an army officer evident evidently ¬
ly feels that a sailor 1101 to the only man manwho manwho
who is entitled to have a wife In every everyport eve eveport everyport
i
port portRus
Russia Rus 5a Austria and Turkey owe a adebt adebt adebt
debt to Premier Premerlfonr Balfonr of Great Brit Britain Beltala ¬ I Ialn
ain for Indicating < the attitude attlt of each eachnation eachnation 1 1natJ811
nation In the Macedonian trouble troubleIf
If Troublemaker Sam Parks hopes hopesto bopeto
to kick no more bother when wh he nets wetsback getsback netsback
back to New N ew w Tone he will hve to tohurry tohrI7 tohurry
hurry as the public has heard about aboutenough aboutenough botatenotqh
enough of him and Is ready to forget forgetJthn forgetisbn t tltAn
isbn ltAnwan Wall street to not nt the only place p in inthe 1nUle hithe
the country where steel to being bel ham hammered hammered baJamere4L ¬
mered meredIt mere4LTt
It is not n t known whether the men menwho menwho menwho
who tried to rob a gambling House OQ8e In InOgden InOeden InOgden
Ogden were trying to get back money moneythvy moD moDtk1ty moneythey
they had test or were trying to get getsome eetonte getome
some money to lose
A girl rl may say saybe y he cant sing butdont butdont but butdont
dont you say L3 It unless you want to tolose to10lle tolose
lose her herLies herLies herLies
Lies of Kglxbering States StatesFALSEHOOD stat statlALSJlHOOD StntFALSkIOOD
FALSEHOOD THE TB NINTH NINTHAn NINTHAn NINTEAn
An Idaho Ida o sheepman once hired hirednew1yarrtved a anewlyarrived anewlyarrived
newlyarrived Norwegian to herd one oneof ODeor oneof
of fete Id flocks The man djd not profess professits professte
its te know anything of sheep herding herdingbut heldlJgNt beedlngbitt
but was anxious to learn He got gotthrough KOtthroucL gotthrougk
through the tn first t day wHJioitt wit t serious seriousmishap seriousmlshai r1ous r1ousmlhap
mishap but ut on theevening th evenlnrc of the sec second s4 s4end
ond day he was tired and showed owed it itHe ItHe ILHe
He was asked how he liked the job jobam jotand jo joan4 l
am and said it was all right rlc t Itwould Itwouldbecome It would woutdbecome wouldbecome
become easier ler he thought atter the thesheep thesheep
sheep became better acquainted with withi withhim withhIm I
i him and lees 1 afraid At present he 1e 1emarked remarked re remarked ¬
marked there th re were three or four fourlambs fourlamb fourlambs
lambs in the flock that he had great greatj greatdUftculty greatdlmculty
j difficulty in keeping with the rest of ofthe Ofthfl ofthe
the sheen hefO These lambs were very veryfleet v veryfleet y yfleet
fleet and had caused him much muenUouble muenUoublelty trouble troubleby
by their timidity and proneness PIO to towander towander towander
wander away There were no lambs lambsin
in the flock fiQ k and the sHeepinaa J1eep Du knew it itso Itso
so he questioned qu tloned the t man carefully car fuly and andat andat andat
at length 1en < th it was decided to go to th thsheep t tsheep te tesheep
sheep corral e to take a look 1ookt at the thelambs thelamblt thelambs
lambs The corral l like most sheep sheepcorrals IlMePcorraUl sheepcorralg
corrals was made of closely woven wovenwire wovenwire wovenwire
wire that would hold a very small ani animal animal an aniiial ¬
mal Thus it was that the owner watt wattenabled wallenabled wanenabled
enabled to get a sight of the lambs lambsthat lambsthat lambsthat
that had been such a bother all day dayto dayto dayto
to the new herder It was found that thatthe tbatthe thatthe
the lambs were four OUl jackrabbits that thathad thathad Usa t thad
had been carefully herded all 11 day ay and andcorraled an4corraJed andcorraled
corraled by the Norwegian NorwegianFOND NorwuianFOND
0 0POND
FOND OF BUMMING BTTJOCINGIt
It Helped to Give Wordsworth Ideas IdeasHis IdeuHis IdeasBla
His Haighbors 1fsf < hbors Said SaidThe SaidThe SaidThe
The worthies of Wordsworths Word worthlI village vin
In the lake country of England had their theirown theirown theirown
own ideas of bIB value as a man and andpoet a apoet apoet
poet says ys the Youths Companion When Whento Whenqueatloned Whenquestioned
queatloned questioned alter his death as to his Per peraonlty
aonlty naI ty tbe7 readily adllJl dmltted that ne newae tiewas
was kind to 0 those who were In sickness sicknessor sicknesor ekn eknor
or need They could count coun on him in a apinch apinch apinch
pinch But he did not hobnob with his hisneighbor billnel hisneighbors
neighbor neighborHe nel neighborsHe < hbolll hbolllHe
He did not notice them much said saidan saidan hi hian
an old man in answer to quesetions que e on asked keel
by the author of Lake Coonfry
Sketches SketchesA SketchA
A Jem Crow and an auld blue cloak cloakwas clkbis cloakwas
was his rig continued the old man manAnd manAnd
And as for his b J habits he had noan
Nlver knew his hJswlth with a pot 1 l his h band bandor
I or a pipe I his mouth mouthAfter mouthAtter mouthAfter
After deep probing the author brought broughtout brouhtout
out outYes
Yes Wordsworth was fond of a good gooddinner gooddinner
dinner at times If you 011 could get iltm itn tm to toi toIt toit
i it that was f t job jobThen jobThen JobThen
Then the poets aloofness was again againtouched againtouched aln alntouched
> touched upon uponHe uponHe
I He was forever pacing the roads and andb andhis
I his b l own garden walks and always com composing OOJDposing earnposIng ¬
posing poetry He was terble throng in invsiitors invsUtOrl Invnlltors
vsiitors and folks ye mun ken at time tlm tlmbut tImesbut timebut
but if he could get awa fra fm them a spelL speltbe spelLhe spellhe
he was w nut upon hut walk walkAnd wat1And walkAnd
And then he fould set his head hacr a bit bitforrad bitforrad bittorrad
forrad and nut his hands behint his hisback hi hiback hisback
back And then he h would start a bum bumming bUI1Imine bummlng ¬
ming and It was bum bum bum and go goon goon goon
on bumming for long enough right down downand d downand n nnnd
and back again T suppose ye ken the thebumming thebumming thebumming
bumming helped bel him out a bit bftConundrums bitill bitConundrums
ill e eConundrums
Conundrums ConundrumsBoton ConundrumsBoston j jBoston
Boston Globe GlobeWhat GlobeWhat GlobeWhat
What to the difference between rage vegetable ragetable ¬
table soup and a pretty girl girtl One is Herb Herbeoup berbBOUP herbsoup
soup and the other is l euperV euperVWhy JJuIMr JJuIMrWhy suporWhy
Why is a short negro like a white man manBecause manBecause 1
Because he is not a tall black blackWhat blackWhat blackWhat
What Is the difference between betw n an un unsuccessful un8ucceasfui unsuccessful ¬
successful suitor and a successful one
One misses his kiss and the other kisses kisseshis kisseshis
his miss ratesWhy missWhy missWhy
Why would a portrait painter be a good goodtheatrical goodIheatrical
theatrical attraction He could draw the thepeople thepeople thepeople
people peopleWhat peopleWhat peopleWhat
What is the best way to enjoy the hap happiness happtnCls hapliflC5 ¬
piness of courtship Get a little gal galKB galKBtr galantry n ntry
try tr I IWhat
trWhat
What kind of a song does a mason waseasing j jsing
sing 1 A brck brick lay layWhat 1 1What
What does a yawning policeman re reembto re re8elDbIe reaenibte
embto An open face watch watchdo
WhY do they not charge policemen on
I the street cars can1 Because Ifn impossible hn lble
to get a nickel from a copper copperWhy copperWby copperWhy
Why is a thunderstorm thuD entorm like an onion
It Is I peal on peal pealHow pealHow peal1low
How should > weeping willows wiU be plant planted plantad ¬
ed In tiers tiersWhy tiersWhy tieraWhy
Why are umbrellas like good church churchtren daurcQJreft churchues
tren Thy Th y keep Lent so well wellWhy wellWhy
Why Is 1 a cat goingr up three th e pair of ofstairs ofIItaln ofstairs
stairs like I a high hill Because Becau shes shesamountaJn Shesamountain besamountaln
amountaJn amountaJnWhat amountalnWhat amountainWhat
What hi the nuwt wonderful ondt > rtul acrobatic
feat For a man to revolve in his own ownmind O1nmlrd ownmtriI
mind mindWhsn mtriIWhen
mlrdWbron
When does a mans man h hair lr r resembl s mbl mble a apacking apacking
packing packIDCbox box When It stands on end
> hat Is I the difference between the
bead boy of his class and 3 110 One Is
Corfmost the other is mont four fourWhat fourWhat
What two letters titt will make us food
M and H will 111 make us u mush v
>
< >
1 GHOST GHOST LIKED LIK D TO TO GAMBLE 7
fS C VBRY80DY t tlat at knows me meJQ mekaOWB meknown
JQ knows i aint a drinkln man manan manaa manaa
aa thatL tluLtla1nt aint no liar n other natheraiel methersaId othersaid
said the th eld 14 weiier westerner er the other day as ashe allbe ashe
he toko laOQff > r b bIahM his H and hung it on his
knee I aint afnt1 119 liar and I aint no noboose noboose nobooze
boose fighterHfe flghter went on to relate relatethough relatet1Iough relatethough
though I aint asaylnI a asayln ayln I dont recog recognise retognine ¬
nine niaetJae the taste o catamounts c blood bloodwba bloo4ttatrikes bloodwhis
wba U ttatrikes strikes my whistle I aint aintaverts aintave18 aintaver
averts aver to 4 drinkin a little in the sum summer sumIDeI summoe ¬
mer to te1tMp fceep off the pneumony but oth otherwise other otherwe ¬
erwise er 11 1 teetotaner teetotanerThis teetotaDelThi teetotallerThis
This Thi story dont have nothin to do dowith dowith dowith
with me drinkin but I thought I better bettertell betterten bettertell
tell you I Ialbt aint a boozer afore I start startand
and then you OU wont think I wuz drunk drunkat
at the th time An I want to say I aint aintno alntno aintno
no coward cowlLldDltthec author an that I aint aintafeard aintaff aintafrard
afeard aff > ar < to ftgfet t all the Alkali Petes and andRattleenkO
i Rattlesnake Ratt Jacks that ever er tore up
them t em plains plai but I aint alnChonn ahonin ner a ahankerin aMnkenl9 aMuked
hankerin fer fe any trouble with bem bemfoggy
foggy kind k ad o things they tI F call ghosts ghostsEver ghostsEer i
Ever er seed a gho ghoSt t Aint hey
Well W njQ 11 yoff von doat want no business with withem withem wIthIu
em Iu Now tthappenedtlaat it happened that th tM time I Iseed Iseed
seed 8eecl 04 OM Xwux allvin out In the mos macaodfoitk
aodfoisttken G04 part o Arisony AIf llOny an I wux wuxa U Ua
a Mrtt partlsr4r POrl sart3Drt rofa of f a young buck in int inthem
i them t > Ql dajBt 4 13Witb Oif pedicular Icular occasion
I had rode do aJt1k T IWultxty ut lrty mile to a
dance daneeat at theCross theCNmfnr Branch nch ranch and andthere andthere andthere
there I met t a little Denvereen who had hadcom hadcome hadcome
come com 11 tlewn doWnon sn sTdi a all summers sUrluner vlsitwlth vlsitwlthseme visitwithSIiflereltISn sit with i iHmert
seme Hmert relation sr r other ef O been Denver Denverwfcent Denvert DenverWiPte
wfcent t rttach ut a town In them days
but this ltie sample of Its population populationWTBB
WTBB a bnmfter fcom tromo over rthe the hills and aDddQftt anddont
dont you forget t it She could throw throwout t throwout row rowout
out the talk like Jlkea g puncher tosses his
larfet 1a t and she always caught ucht the steer steerwith eteerwlUatba steertr1pg
with wlUatba t gn fcty ty tri triPlr ir o rag ra she beV shewl sheWell
Well V 4 t 4at o t tnaak maXeno make JNt no difference if ifyou It1Ot If1Oisill
you 1Oisill flsitr < QY shewthglgelz see JttoWf wth th gal lg get z into the theewuts the1m thesyt
syt 1m buttsiew ewuts w r thee with both sand sanda sao4sh sandshov
sh shov W1B ietrI2lght a lrl I gln gtnali allo all 0 us about aboutthe aboutthe
the tilings UtJa ti4nshe she he had seen up to Denver DenverThe DenverThe DenverThe
The last one on em lies U o kern wuz wuzaAflutAtgijost wuzt wuzabsit
absit aAflutAtgijost a tfeatJmd t el1id chased c a some someta somefrom seineldisft
ta ldisft srftf from tii > svP6sk Peak to Chey Cheyee ebbe
ee e Or qrtkereabo thereabouQi theroaboi isAd she told it so soanfrefl soaIljre4
anfrefl siraight th that she he had nearly nearlyywryb nriyrybdy
ywryb 7b7 y but t me abelievin a what she sheW sheWUI sheWila
W WUI B asayth asaythNex a831kmornln asaytItmOfltIfl
Nex mornln I split out fer my bun bunJo buntJaouCk bunglow
glow Jo r thoagh twant t much like a bun bunsJow bunQ4 bunpa3w
pa3w sJow and 1 lwuznt wuznt a thiakln a thing thingabout tbln thIngaboiil
about that it t longdistance ghost t the
penversen Dea Dener n h ltItld ld told t ld about I rode all allar
k7 ar and nd reached reach d the place after dark darkawttlle cIarkaWhUea1ad drkawhile
awhile aWhUea1ad and I went in an cooked a lit litIte little littie
tie supper wptter an then et the grub When WhenI
I was Cone eatln I pushed back the thetins theti
tins ti and started < to play a game o sol solitary solita so soItsry ¬
itary ita an I played sn played until it itwas Itwu Itwan
was nearly nssri midnight Then all to oncet oncetI
I happened haPJ emJdto to think what a man would woulddo ould oulddo
do if there thfteWUI was such a thing as ghosts ghostsan gh08tan
an one on should come pokin about I
knowed that t the first ining Id a done doneIn donein doneIn
In a ease < like that would be to pump a 1w
few w lead pellets pel < < iaife > Mr Ghost an anthen anthe anthen
then go ever an an4ek flick up the deceased deceasedfer deceasedfer
fer I Iwuzllu wits aUus a1luseMt1n MruUn tiln ghosts hUllts to some someo
o your JrlefS frl with a few graveyard graveyardflxins
ftxl thtIZL flxins 4 4But
on fells fellsBut emam
But I haint ao sure o that theory theoryany theoryany theoryany
any more m r fer a man learns a good goodmany goodm goodmany
many m 7 things ae Jie goes oe through the theworld th thworld theworld
world an an7 especially if hes he out west VestWell westVeil westWel
Well I sot there a thlnkin about that thatgal thalJ thatgal
gal an the story she tol but I never neverreckoned ne neverreckoned l lreckoned
reckoned I wuz about to receive a astrange avisitor
strange visitor The room wuz kind
t I HOPHEAD HOP HEAD CROWD I
t11HEN rnHl HBK JUDGE BRADY decided decidedV decided1
yy V V that there th re Mae 38 no Kansas City Cityordinance Citynbance Cityordlttauce
ordinance nbance that provides a penalty I Ifor I Itot
for smoking m kIng optumt opli Jt the hearts of the thelocal I Ilocal
local hophead hOph d contngent bee mer merrily merrily merlily ¬ I
rily foi forry y Ne Inofg 1 t would the ter terrible terrlbJe tarrible ¬
rible iafl atl sent sentanos noastare stare them in the theface theface I Iraee
face for forindu1eingin indulelnin their t elr weakness weaknessfojv weaknessZen e I If
f Zen the t i tel re ekl l hjOgj lOfIIld eed fears a term termin termIn termin
in jail j where he 8 forced for ed to Abstain Abstainfrohi jLbetalnfrom betain betainfrom
from ushlg g oplum oPlurlitit opiuM lSt t least ostensibly ostensiblymore o ostensiblymore ten lbl 2 2more
more than be does the pangs of star starvation starvatiou starYatlon ¬
vation or any of tfee tl other Ills of which whichthe whichthe klch klchthe
the huiuan frame Is subject Poverty PovertyIs Pnv rty rtyIIC
Is I merely a a disagreeable dl peeabJe circumstance circumstanceto
to the tit habitual o o lum UIIts usersickness usersicknessjust ser lck ess essjust
just another reason for seeking the theunconsciousness theUGCOnsclouanesa theunconsciousness 1
unconsciousness of the drug and crime crJmIIOMethln crimesomethIng
something IIOMethln that may provide material materialby mat llal llalby
by which the drug may be obtained obtainedEverything obtalneclEverythlBg obtainedEverthhtg
Everything is out of focus with the theopium theopium I Iopium
opium smoker Everything is or Is I not notof notof I Iof
of importance to him in the th exact ratio ratioit 1
it bears beannlpoft upon the tb ute tie and supply of the thedrar thedru thedrn
drar drarThe dru
druThe
The police cIIce estimate Imate that there are at atleast atlea atIegt
least t 1960 1 opium smokers in Kansas KansasCity Kan KansasCity as asClt7
City aside from theChinese tbe Chinese delegation delegationwhich delegationwldeh delegationwhich
which is practically solid as far as the thehalt thehabtt thehbtt
halt fe concerned The police how however ho hoever howeve ¬
ever will not admit that there is a asingle aMogle asingle
single jOint in operation ratlon where It Is Ispossible isPtl8 IspOesibi
possible Ptl8 ble for the average citizen to en enter enter enter ¬
ter and indulge if he feels that way in indlaed InclltI IneliDed
eliDed clltI They say y that the law la prohibits prohlbltllt prohibitsthe
the t running r nK of thte joints ointn but that thatit thatIt thatit
it it has atlO long l ng g been known to the depart department departuient epartJJlent ¬
ment that Individuals may smoke un undtaturbed uncDtIturbed undisturbed
disturbed In their own apartments as aslong asC aslOngas
lOngas long C as they do not no sell the use of their theirlayouts tbelr1aOutil their1aout
layouts to outers Nearly every everyChinaman everyCJtiItfLman everychIinian
Chinaman In the city lty ty owns a layoutand layout layoutand layoutand
and a large portion of the criminal criminalpopulation crimInalO crimInalpopultjon
population O n is equally well provided providedThe pro providedThe I4ed I4edTIt
The female users of the drug dtu by bysmoking bylIMOkinJ bysmoklng
smoking are not very numerous numer U8 and nda1e andsee
see a e almost exclusively from the lowest lowestand lowestaII lowestend
and aII ntest degraded d class One of the thegreatest thereatyt theIreatast
greatest preventives of the operations operationsof
of criminals according to the informa information Informatlon Information ¬
tion given gut qu t by the police Is this thissame thisaaJltft thissniDe
same opium The thief and the violent violentcriminal violentcrhphaal violentcriminal
criminal are al to a greater or less extent extentdegenerates extent1eg extentdegepertea
degenerates 1eg < There Is a a weak spot In Intheir Intbelr Intblir
their makeup somewhere They Th may mayplan mayplan mayplan
plan and nd execute ecute tlje te most complicated complicatedcrimes complicatedcrlm complicatedcrimes
crimes crlm and yet the police can go to towork towt towbrk
work wt rk on the tb case with fullest convic conviction coicUon convictIo ¬
tion tIo that sane trifling trUUn little J1 lIst tle detail detail will willbe wUlOVlrlooJc willb
b be overlooked by the criminal which whichwfll whichW111 whichwill
will lead I to Ms detection or ore else that thathe thathe thathe
he will sooner or o later have recourse recourseto recourseto
to some IOmedrue drug or tell te l his hi record to some somewoman omeWOmaD somewoman
woman womanThese WOmaDTII womanThese
These TII are the three thre things that the thepolice thepollee thepolice
police rely upon in tracing out a really reallygreat reallyXreatcrfme reallytreat
great Xreatcrfme crime The man who is i capable capableof
of robbing robbln a bank or looting a train trainand trainalW train8n4
and who whfs is skillful enough to accom accomplish aceompllllh aecornpush ¬
plish the thecrhne crime without detection while whilehe whilehe
he I s doing the actual work rarely gets getsclear Itetscle getsclelir
clear r even when he is aided with gifts giftsof giltsot giftsof
of a very acute mentality because in innearly Inrty Inn4grly
nearly rty M per cent of criminals of the thefirst theJSt theyut
first JSt class the use of some drug goes goeshand goeshand goeshand
hand in hand with the tendency to tocriminality tocrJmbaaUty tocriminality
criminality criminalityThenrepetratens crJmbaaUtypnpetratelJ8 criminalityTheprspetraters
Thenrepetratens pnpetratelJ8 of otcrlme crime seldom ob obtain obtain ohtliin
tain anywhere near the real value of ofthe orttie ofthe
the pfender pljlDd resulting tHultln from their opec operatlons o oatt0 opecatlons
atlons 8 They are u usually uall in a chronic chronicstate chronicstate chronicstate
state r nf t financial decrepitude de < repltudt It is iswhile Iswh1Jf Inwhile
while in this condition that the great greatcriminal Kreatcriminal greatcriminal
criminal commits some ofl yfense fense nse that thatPlaces thatpteces thatplgcea
Places him at the > mercy of the police policeThen policeIII policeThee
Then III the fcablt bit of the criminal is used usedby usedb usedb
by b the department 4e dep tment to develop the roe recI teCotd roeod
I ord of the prisoner prisonerThs lI ilrisoaserThus oRer oRerria
Thus ria the preneral use of dope is isone isone Inone
one of the means used by the police in inthfe Inth inthe
the th detectlpn dtectI n and suppression of crime crimei crimeTheh crimeThere
i There are three great classes la es of drug drugusers drugusers drugusers
users or rather three divisions that thatare thata1e thatare
are mashed one on from the other in the themanner theor themanner
manner of the UM U use First comes the theopfnm theOIItllm theGUni
opfnm GUni smoking ldng division second ond the theusers theveers
users 8 of the tb hypodermic hY ermlc syringe and andthird andUdrd andthird
third the largest J class of all 1 that takes takesdrugs takesf1rup takestiruga
drugs of ofall eCu all sorts internally or by snuf snuffing IInufftnK snufhug ¬
hug fingOptaoi
Optaoi 0phI is a gummymaterial obtained obtainedby obtainedby obtainedby
by extracting extractln the substance of the seed seedpod floPdJ04 od odpod
pod of the poppy fW IPY It ItA Is one of the im imPorUftt Im101tat Importafi
PorUftt products of eastern eut m China and andIn andny andht
In ract fa tgn4ny Paaihny ny IS f the southeast Asian AsianCffuittriefe A AsianCAuJitrtothas ian ianC4IQRtrt4
Cffuittriefe CAuJitrtothas illhas J has about the consistency consistencyof
of coM mo molasses lasses and Is not unlike ft in inJ
J < iL
o cold an I got down my m demijohn demijohnwhich demUobnwhich i iwbJda
which I hop > la I case o1 O sudden A dden sickness sicknessand sicknessand a
and death h but bU tIDe I never ver took moren more a adrop adlQP adrop f
drop an thats a God Gods fac too tooI
I eadnt u badetnch t much uporen JaH B took that drop dropafore
afore the room ioom got colder yet an I Ikind Ikind Ikind I
kind o began 0 to shiver ver Then sir 1 all allat allat
at once a draft of air come abkxwln abkxwlnthrough ablQw1ntbrougb abkswInthrough
through the window ah the old lamp lampwent
went out I started to get up to get geta
a light fer It but b ut afore I could raise raisefrom raiserom raisefrom
from rom the tables a wind come OC me apouria apouriain
in there that wtte as cold an as clam clamray clammy clntmy
my as the hand o V death eath Fer a minute minuteI
I thought about that ghost an then I Ilaughed Ilaughed
laughed but that darn laugh sounded soundedlike soundedlike soundedlike
like a cry of a a roan downIn a well I Iknew 1knew Iknew
knew there w wus ff somethtn the matter matterwith matterwith matterwith
with the t atmosphere an I sot down to tofigure tofilfUre tofigure
figure out the cause causeI
I had no moren lll ren begun to callate callatethan callatethan callatethan
than right through throtl h the window floated floatedwhat ftoat ftoatdwhat I Iwhat
what I thought at first nrt wus a heavy heavyfog heaTtoe heavyfog
fog but It wasnt moren a minute minuteafore minuteafore
afore I seed it Itwant want no to r and It Itwant Itwant itwant
want nothin like I ever eVer had clapped chippednt clappedeyetl clappedeyes
eyes 00 It ht4nt nt no mor moln n floated floatedtake floatedthrough
through the window than It began to totake totake
take a shape ute a human beta It Itfloated Itfloated
floated an shook In the wind fer a min minute minute mm mmute ¬
ute an then kind o pointed its finger fingerat
at thedemijohn th the emljohat and then at the deck decko
o cards for the moonlight ht wuz a ashinin ashlnln ashlnln
shlnln bright in the room roomI
I knowed all to onet I wuz In fer fersome fersome forsomethin
some somethin thin I hadnt run acrost in any o omy omy 0In
my In rambles rambl ah a I bowed I had to fight fightU
it out I wux a tbinkta about the long longgallop loWpl1op longgallop
gallop o the tenderfoot from the peak peakto
to Cheyenne an I lwuslIt i wusnt feelln much muchlike muc muclike muchlIke
like runnln What I did wuz to whip whipout whipout whipnut
out both sixshooters and rip that foggy foggything fOKeyUng foggything
thing into shoestrings h I thought It Itwould Itwould itwould
would fall dead on the floor but Til Tildurned rlldUlned rudurned
durned if it dint din t sort o quiver fer a aminute Rminute aminute
minute art then pint onct more m at the theemijohn theemijohn theemljohn
emijohn I i never had seed anything anythingthat anythingthat anythingthat
that them two old sixshooters wouldnt wouldntfix wouklntftx9
fix ftx9 but then twelve bullets bulle never teas feased feazed teased
ed the thing that acme in at the win window window window ¬
dow dowYou You ean e eanineglne nj Irnaglne ine J 1f uz z kind o shlv shlverin shlverin Shivcnn
erin but I waatf waa9tapbt9 agoU to run an I Ithought 1thou Ithought
thought thou < ltt maybe my aim hadnt been just justwhat jUltwhat jUStwhat
what it might o eben It Id been a ashootin ashoo ashootin
shootin shoo Un at flesh an n blood an I started startedto
to load up them guns again when both bothon bothDC bothon
on em WUK knocked outen my hands I Istarted Itarted Itarted
tarted to pick em up but I felt a aclammy aclammy aclammy
clammy hand on the back o my neck neckan neckaD neckan
an I ducked to one side an sot down downby downb downby
by b the table Now I wusnt say Myln In a aword aword aWord
word an ant I wuznt a runnln fer I aint aintnever alntnever aintnever
never been no coward cowardYou cowarYou cowtrdYou
You can ant whyI didnt do some somethin BOmethin somethin
thin if you yo want t t4f but Id d like to H Hknowed tit titknowed Itknowed
knowed what to do Thar wuc that thatthing thatthing tbatthing
thing a hangin over o r the middle o the theroom theroom theroom
room an me a a srttin at the table I Ireached Ireached Ireached
reached onct tor the demijohn an anwhen anwhen anwhen
when I got held on it that want a adrop adrop adrop I
drop in It It That ghost or whatever whateveryou whateveryou
you call it Had come c comeiis Me Ht thar sight un unseen unReen unseen ¬
seen caller In the bream and had haddrunk haddrunk haddrunk
drunk the liquor r all out I know it fet fercertain fetcertain jetcertain
certain fer there want a soul but me in inthe Inthe Ittthe
the room an r never took morent a adrop Itdrop adrop
drop as I said saidI Id IdI
I seed la a minute nute I had a drunk drunkI
I ghost ta t deal with and I knowed If I Icouldnt tII Icouldnt
couldnt shoot isbn I couldnt very well welldo weltdo welldo
do much elst I Just set still an waited waitedfer waitedfer waitedicr
II fer developments an you bet they theywusrit tbeyWUJu1t theywUzitt
wusrit long in comln That fog fo settled settleddown settledon
I down on the bench on tother t ther side o othe othe
the table ble an just j u t looked straight at me
appearance np it sells from 6 to U 12 a acan acan
can an containing Dntalnln a pound and may be beobtained
I obtained from any large la drug house houseand houseand
and in some parts of the country in Ingenent1 Ingenera I Igeneral I
general merchandise e stores storesThe storesThe storesThe >
The layout la1t t consists of a hollow reed reedlike reedlike reedlute
like pipe aiput an Inch in diameter diameterclosed dfmetercloned
closed at one one ewd isi and fitted with a wide widemouthpiece widemouthpiece
mouthpiece at t the other On one side sideof sWeof sideof
of the reed about six inches Inch from the theclosed thecJo theclosed
closed ed end is I fastened aconvex a convex bowl bowlsomething bowlsomething bowlsomething
something in appearance like an in inverted inverted Inverted ¬
verted saucer and perhaps three Inches Inchesin lnch lnchin
in diameter diameterDirectly diameterDlrecUy diameterDirectly
Directly in the center of this bowl is isa Isa Isa
a very small hole communicating with withthe withthe withthe
the Air passage thrcugh the center of ofthe ofth ofthe
the th reed reeclSome reedSome 1Some
Some of the pipes are decorated with withbarbaric withbarb Withbarbaric
barbaric barb rlc ornamentation and others are aresimilar aresimilar aresiniulat
similar to two tw joints of the ordinary ordinaryfish ordinaryft ordinaryfish
fish ft h pole their t lr cost ranges frcsn 1 1 to
500 500 according arcordtn to material workman workmanship workmanship workmanship ¬
ship and decoration The next requl requlsite requlBite requlsite
site is a small glassencased gla encued lamp In Inwhich inwblch Inwhich
which palm oil Is burned Besides these thesethings thesethIngs e ethlDP
things the smoker must have a wire wireinstrument wireInstrument wireInstrument
instrument shaped like a knitting knittingneedle knittingneedle knittingneedle
needle and a blunt knife to scrape the theburned theburned theburned
burned opium from the bowl when the thePill thepill thepI1i
Pill has been smoked smokedThe smokedThe smokedThe
The preparation for smoking con consists consists eonsists ¬
sists in dipping the needle which is istechnically istechnlcally istechnically
technically termed yenhock enAock Into Intothe intothe Intothe
the gum opium and twirling It about aboutuntil aboutuntil aboutuntIl
until enough remains regnans on the needle to tosatisfy tosatisfy tosatiety
satisfy the smoker He then holds it itover Itover
i
over the flame of t the little lamp and andturns andturne andturns I
turns it round and round until sr good goodportion goodporUon goodportion
portion of the moisture Iol8 ure of the opium opiumhas opiumhas opiumhas
has been driven oft by the heat The Thesmoker Thesmoker Thesmoker
smoker presses ea the pill upon the sur surface IIUII surface ¬
I face of the hew wi and shapes It into intocylindrical intocYlindrlatol intocylindrical
cylindrical form formFinally formI formFinally
I Finally lIolI when the condition of the thepill thepili thepill
pill suits he the smoker1 he sticks the point pointof pointot pointof
of the thene needle dle Into the hole in the center centerof centerot centerof
of the bowl and the t th opium adheres to tothe tothe tothe
i the surface so readily that the operator operatoris
is I enabled to draw out the needle needleThen needlThen needleThen
Then he turns the bowl over the flame flameof flamof flameof
of the lamp and with 1tb a long Inhalation Inhalationdraws inhalationdraws Inhalationdraws
draws the bubbling fumes deep Into Intohis intohis Intohis
his Hugs The operation Is very brief briefas briefas
I as a the pill is ueuttliy entirely burned burnedup
up in fifteen seconds secondsThe econdsTbe secondsThe
The taste of the opium is very similar similarto
to burning peanuts After the draw drawhas drawhall drawhas
has been made the smoker lazily turns turnson turmon turnson
on his side and picks up the knife and andscrapes andscrape andserape
scrapes the remnants of the pill from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the bowl The burned substance substancecalled Is Iscalled Iscalled
called yenshe and When hen it has ac accumulated acc accumulated ¬
cumulated c in quantity of an ounce or ormore ormore ormore
more it is I sold to the devotees of opium opiumwho opiumwho opiumwho
who are too poor to smoke the pure purestuff purestut purestuff
stuff stuffThe stutThe stuffThe
The effect of the fumes of opium dif differs ell ellfera differs ¬
fers widely In different dl reAt individuals It Itis ItIs Itis
is stupefying and d nauseating to the thebeginner thebe thebeginner
beginner be nner and sedative and stimulating stimulatingto
to the oldtimer The dreams that are arecommonly ar arcommonly arecommonly
commonly supposed suP to attend the use useof U8eof useof
of the drug existonly exist only in the minds of ofpersons ofpenon ofpersons
persons who ho have not tried it It The Theimmediate Theimmedlte Theimmediate
immediate effect IS to cause the weight weightof
of mental and physical affliction to toslip tollp toslip
slip away a w from the subject and at the thesame th thame thessme
same time to stimulate the senses sen e so sothat 80that nothat
that impressions Impreq from outside appear appearto
to have an exaggerated force This Thiscondition Thiscondition Thiscondition
condition is followed by a deathly sleep sleepfrom sleepfrom sleepfrom
from which the smoker awakes to find findhis ftndhis findbin
his burden even heavier to bear than thanbefore tbanbf thanbefore
before bf rore his indulgence IndtJ ce The logical out outcome outOme outcome ¬
come of the habit Is first crime and andthen andI andthen
I then death by suicide suicideThe autcideI ictde ictdeThe
I The hypodermic fiends s are more moreI
I I numerous num rous than the smokers but the theI thecourse
I course of their career Is far briefer brieferCocaine brieferCocaine brieferocalne
Cocaine and morphine are the two twodrugs twodrup twodrugs
drugs moat commonly used The gun gunman sunman gunman
man or light artilleryman Is very veryrarely veryrarely veryrarely
rarely a smoker of opium and the theopium tbeopium theopIum
opium smoker is never n ver whisky a drunk drunkard drunkard drunkard ¬
ard ardThe
The Th internal users of drugs include includepersons includepersons Includepersons
persons fromevery from every class The society societywoman societywoman societywoman
woman who drinks cologne and uses usespatent U8eflpatent usespatent
patent medicines prepared prep recl with opium opiumand opiumand opiumand
and alcohol or who uses the drugs di directly directly dlreetly ¬
rectly is in this class the same as the thebrokendown tbebrokendown thebrokendown
brokendown negroes ne who sniffs co cocaine coCalne cocaine ¬
caine and t the e Individual who takes a alittle ai alittle
i little strychnine for Ids heart heartPhysicians heartPhysicians
I Physicians say that the use of drugs drugsis drugis
is growing growl with civilization and in inproof Inproof inproof
proof of their ae assertion they point to tothe toI tothe
I the fact that the medical fraternity and andi anddruggists
i druggists druggi t8 furnish a very palpable eec eectlnn eectlon
j I tion of the drug degenerates cIlleneratfl8Kan cIlleneratfl8Kanity degeneratesKaneacity Kansas KansasCity
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an waved aed its arm up an down in the theair theall theair
air I could hear them slice the air just justas justplain justas
as plain as I hear myself atalkht an anit a aIt anIt
it beta In moren seven mile to the next nextcabin ucxtcabiD nextcabin
cabin I begun D to suppose SUl OIte Id seen n day daylight dayI daylight ¬
light I ht an the little Denvereen for the thelast th thJast thelast
last time timeBut timeBut timeBut
But the funniest fqnnlest part of the whole wholebusiness wholebGsID wholebusiness
business bGsID wits us yet to come That durne dumepoet durnedghost < l lghost
ghost stead of wantin to fight began beganto
to grow quiet an edge up clost by the thetable thetable thetable
table Then it pinted to them cards an anmotioned anmotioned anmotioned
motioned for me to deal I backed backedaway bac bacaway backedaway
away I felt that clammy hand again againan againan
an I kind o come forards again I Ipicked Ipicked Ipicked
picked up the cards n started to shuffla shufflaem shuft shuftep shufikepi
em ep though I dIdnt know what on onearth onearth onearth
earth that spook wanted I dropped cIro ped em ema ema ema
a time or two fer my hands were kind kindo
o sevenupagoin but that ghost shook shooklike shooklike shooklike
like a sheet in the wind an blew them themcards themcarda themcards
cards outen my hand I picked em up upagain upqa1n upagain
again an dealt a poker hand an then thenthe thenthe thenthe
the old feller Just settled down do com comfortable comfortable oZflfortable ¬
fortable like In his seat an fl begun to tolook tolook tolook
look at em pasteboards pasteboardsSeein paateboardSeetn pasteboardsScott
Scott the spook wux a sociable COM COMan CUiJaD cussan
an wus perhaps the remainsof remains of some somefeller eomefeller eoinefeller
feller who had died with his boots on onI op opI p pI
I kind o felt a little ut e easier Then there therewuxa thereWUK therewus
wuxa WUK peculiar a incident All to once onceI
I seed my hands were kind o cold and andnumb andncmb andncmb
ncmb Finally I got ot a hand o 0 seven sevennp sevenup n nup
up aIn my visible friend The Spook Spookposhed IfPOOkpart Spookpushed
pushed part of the money toward me mean mean mean
an began playln playlnNow pla7lnNow playinNow
Now on ordinary occasions Tm a apurty apurty apurty
purty fair poker player an I been in insome In80me insome
some mighty ticklish games from time timetj timeh timet
tj t time but I wux kind o nervous that thatnight thatnlbt thatnight
night an I couldnt play I laid down downthe 4IowutM downthe
the cards In some sort o way whenever wheneverthe
the time come an I managed ma to bet betwhen betwhen betwhen
when the t time wits wrong wr nc until that thatspook thatsPOOk thatspook
spook won every cent I had or expected expectedto
to > have fer the next six I months monthsNow monthsNow tbs tbsNoW
Now that made me mek1D4 kind o bet un under Under ¬
der the collar an I reached out and andtook andtook andtook
took a firm holt onto thai tha little pile o ocash 0cash ocash
cash That wuc where I made e fc mis mistake m mistake l ltake ¬
take No sooner had I done it than thanbins tUnblDC thanbing
bins somethin ome ln hit me all over at oneet oneetI
I never seed that ghosc oBt raise his hand handbut handbut 4 4but
but he bewuz wuz a hitter from Hltfrtrsvllle Hltfrtrsvlllesji HIt rllylne rllylnean
sji n he want so slow fer his home hometown hOmeton hometown
town neither I can teU you that I 1never Inever Inever
never got such a hit Ai my life but butcomin batcomln butcomln
comln from every side the blows blowsdidnt blowsdidnt blowsdidnt
didnt knock me down One kind 0 oheld 0held 0held
held me up acm the other and made madeem madeem madeem
em all bout steen times worser than thanthey thallthey thanthey
they would a been comin one at a atime atime atime
time Now that hittin wus over in a ablamed ablamed ablamed
blamed big hurry but I can feel It yet yetan yetaD yetan
an I sometimes kind o lay this rheu rheumatiz rheumatiz rheuniatis
matiz to that night an the hammerin hamtner1nI
I got sotI gotI
I wusnt wu nt to be bluffed out by no noghost noIrbt noghost
ghost an I froze onto that money money an anfinally anAJaaJIT anfinally
finally got it Into my pockets Then Thenthere I
there wus some aom sure enough doIns domsThat doinsThat
That oT spook grabbed up both o em emsixshooters emab emaixshooters I
sixshooters ab booter and that demijohn and andstarted andtarted andstarted
started cavortin aroun the cabin I Idont Idoat Idont
dont know what hop the old guns gunsloaded UnllJoa4ed gunsleaded
loaded but there want no end to the the1Ihootln theabootin
shootln He kep apepperln right t at atme atme atme
me but I think them bullets must a abeen abeen abeen
been ghost bullets fer nary a one oneitouched onetouched onetouched
touched me But it kept me adancin adancinan
an dont you fergit it I kep agoin agoinaroun aarolnaroun agemaroun
aroun that room at a twosixty clip clipaJumpln cl1Pajumpln clipajusnpln
aJumpln over the table ble an aakJnnln aakJnnlnmy alIkIftnlnmy anInmy
my shins on the bench an an acrackin acrackinmy
my face on the walls until I wan Wood btooder
er than a pack o hounds bCun411 after meeting meetingup
up with a mountain 1 Ountinion OuntinionI lion lionI
I knowed there wusnt but pne one thing thingfer tilingfer thingfey
fer me to do do and that thaj thai wuz tp to t git out outo
0 that cabin before I gotfjterferated gotfjterferatedan aot rterated rteratedD
an I made ma a quick dig erbtflt ter that win window Jt1ndo window ¬
dow do i went through it with a ker kerplunk Iterplunk kerplunk ¬
plunk jus as the spook swung sWun around aroundIn
In the air an I went like a streak of ofblue ofblue ofblue
blue lightnin out to where mybroncho mybronchowas my > broncho
was staked stak I could ld hear em bullets a apoppin apeppin aPoppin
poppin an through the th window I seed seeda
a kind o greenish t h light 1I lat but I wusnt wusntin IIRt IIRtIn
in any mood to star and study ghost ghosttactics poettactlnl ghosttactics
tactics In about two tr minutes J WUK WUKagin W1aItln wuxagin
agin cross theni sand knobs Bouten Boutenforty Rtentorty bOutenforty
forty mile aa hour hourI
I kep on aridin till mon an anthen nthen assthen
then kep agoln goIn till I got back to the theranch theranch theranch
ranch I had visited v1 lted I never tot to the theDenver tileDenv theDenver
Denver Denv gal anything about my myeDCe experi experience gxperlonce ¬
once an I never went back to my cab cabIn cabIn cabiii
In to see what that spook done to toit tt I Ialnb Ialnq IaInt
alnb aHankerin to know any more moreghosts re reghosts reghosts
ghosts but rd like to find out If any 1 ¬
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