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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, October 04, 1903, Last Edition, Section Three, Image 17

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t By Josephine Ddd D + k1ge e Daskam
1 OU an know 1mowb ho bow w tacy t > ky look in the picture plet the they theYI if
4 I V have apeaU appealing tag violet Ttoaet eyes and drooping gUPJtba gUPJtbaand njauths njauthsand
and oval face faceL They Up their heads stick and ando
1 10 o the side ldf and there Is usually uee Ully 11y a broad < healn bHiI of light lightfalling lightfalling tchtfalling
falling across Hn 88 their Uttle official nighties nightiesHut DlllhUeaBut nlgbtleatut
Hut tut Edgar was not that kind So greatly did htlifrr he hediffer h hdiffu
differ in fact f t that oven en the choirmaster was w de derived de de1Cd delved ¬
+ rived 1Cd md < i iscm i5covered oered ered him with difficulty When the thei tbefntl
i fntl > ntleman man confronted < them in the tbepartathoMea pariajf parie house housea a tttob tttobof If Iflf W4 W4of
of suspliouf suspi ious little boys bo 8 shoving ahovl growling wUng snickertA snickertAotherwise 8DJcketlJllin
n arnl Il otherwise e fulfilling their natures natureshe he promptly promptlyMlected promtitlyHcctEd promptlyr
Mlected r lctted Tim Mullaly who posee ld + ed to an amaJUMg amaJUMgRree anuuWaeIITIf ama g gfree
free the violet eyes and the drooping mouth and the thei thenval
nval i 11 fr di as a his first soprano sopranoHut MOpranoBut sopranoitut
Hut rl urn refuted nru ed to sing the scale ale alone and ate ate1if abt1
1if t1 othTH oth rs > ccrned cm Tned ned accompanying him In this exer exerI
I f Mr Fellows Ft > nows determinedly patient suggested teln in inHie Inthe
the 111 hilarious comeonboys fashion fasla consecrated ted to toihlldhocd tot
ihlldhocd t 11 IlrlhKd by adults that they should all join joints ha some somenar 8OIJ14lplllar
lplllar 1 PUiar > nar melody to limber them up and aJMttiapeI dispel tile un uniness un unt uapine
< pine iness inessWhit inc e eWhat
Whit shall we re sing he called < out feressJly from fromthe rout
11 1 the 1IAn inn ntcol ool faintly indicating a mgame rat time rhythm rhythmA
A r ith it h hi left band bandHot bandHot handHot
Hot Time burst from one of the yeifng yeltngIii yeifngf eiJ eiJp
f p rs
rsAll All 11 right rl ht and the inviting melody melodyUMate melodyUMaten drew item w wSrwii film filmFnnn
Srwii n th thy < y were ere shooting fIo lustily Raucous alto aItOft aItOftIano nasal nasali
i Iano lt > iino fatal attempts to compass mPIdB a bgaerat boss at t any anyth all anyt
1 t 1 th r were started The verse was over she cho chois lMt lMtl t thrid
is ha l hrid rt1 i begun when a sudden sound sent the choir cholfheart chu1rJ
t J a < trI heart toads to throat his hands ha left the keys keysrf
rf > the th medley n1eCl of coarse tO rn boyish shouting OUUdjl dropped a aju ar
ju jl TV r y t thread th acl of purest son o songa a very bird note For FormommtJt Forntncnt
mommtJt 1111111 ntncnt lit tit t flowed fd on the level Ivelof of thed the chorus then tfcenjni thenl
< jni + d l i rule riiy Tftth lth an indescribable Ind babte leap a slurring sn1agrueh rush rushvise rushi
1 vise l 1 I5 t to an octave above 800 and led tf them aH The choir cholri ehotrIntFr
i ia iistpr tf r twirled t around on the Moo MooWho MGoIWhos stool11hna
Whos Who a that Which boy to vlAglQS II ettlglnjup I vp P ilwrer ilwrerlie r
lie demanded < excitedly There was no reply re lJ They TneyKrinned 1Itejrimd
Krinned a ri ned onsckmsly at each other one co could ceal4tiwm ld tmaiiM tmaiiMtnom S Sthrn
tnom all guilty guiltyIoire pllt guiltytnnr j
Ioire > come boys Dont be tllyw1Ie silly wh was wlt wdsit wdsitS It ItfMene T Tf1In4
fMene S i ton a of the most ms sepulchral sort Mr Fellows FellowsFhnigge1 Jrellowf dhowse
f Fhnigge1 h 111 iggel gg < I his shoulders ahoulderwung swung round again apl and Marled Marlediii jl
1 iii i 11 < second verse They T1IIe dashed through t It noisily
1J UP > 1lrkijd irkd out here and there a sweet little treble aze oneH on onT one
T rl u > But his ears re were pricked prlck for something aometsh aometshI
tetter 11 I r and pre presently It came The rhythm was w too toocMtiIng tooptidng tootieing
cMtiIng cMtiIngF ptidngpIHle tieingYease
pIHle F Hae oh please oh dont you OU let me faA faAsty faBHy ta taBy
Hy George G hes be a human blackbird blackbirdYoure bla blaekbirl1r kbl kblYIr
Youre 1r ure all mine mi an I love you best eCl eClThats t CThat UM UMThats
Thats That high hlpAn hi C CAn Cn
An n you ou tnus ua be my man r ill kaTevafeattu M hate > t tThe ta
a ally 11 11he r rrhe
The he choirmaster c ter burst tat into a joyous Ifc stt1 stt1l itr Iorntwlmg somewhat somewhatifprty
l ifprty + NI dy tenor tenorTherell t tenor1hrrcll nor norThrell
Therell be a hot tttne In the OM town 4nns 4otllgMtl 4otllgMtlNc 1itr 1itrTic tl tlH
Tic H whirled about still singing and caught CII the ee eefiatl eef setati
fiatl f itlo dreamy gaac of Tim Mwllaly Mwllalyits XulI XulIHp < >
its It you he cried pouncing pouct on Mm Tier nfr Mlsjgied Mlsjgiedfrfhly gied giedL
fr frfhly chiy I r rYisHr 7 7Ylsllr <
YisHr be said saidNow 14 14So V VNov
Nov So sing 1 this scale ale and IH give slveyoa < you fi cents centsAn cents centsIn tB tBAn
An emtens m sigh Jtacvered thrss through tbreutdatlae i the parts haM haMTim hdInm hallrim
Tim threw tbrewlMtck back Me head and oi opened ened hOOplng hOOplng11outh hlsdroopingLouth hta arooiring arooiringiruuth
iruuth iruuthThere 11outhDO LouthThere
DO re reTht
There Tht was wua A flash of brae xingham a snarl tmWlol tmWlolund of Tasje Tasjep Tagepound
p und 48 of fifty pounds pou ormtall o 11 boy suddenly 1IUCh seat seatr setc1 t tfJ
r fJ d 1 on o th the floor QoorVhri t tITtrdd
WlttIt Vhri a yer terA fl cents cenur r a new voice TO voice J Inquired InquiredTho I iqutretr
r I j1 i
Tho j1hf hf c choirmaster ro cetved a twd with atnssltnebt amaaement i that the thec t tntr
c vnor ntr nt r or ihe 3e < Mce > frevMed boy wHhs wItIt wItItJrmll wihlatr eke iiMSf
r Jrmll trou5s r noo wair 4I t ritttos on the prostrate prGIIJbate1h progtrate111urtrc tin tinFtoniy
Wbt 111urtrc t1leI11 af tbtet tugs GetF at atfCInl
Ftoniy fCInl F Prnly MWhats What s y ytbu name I cant t1aIIaF t1aIIaFrt na nasirt h a ill
ti sirt rt of thing in my choir chofrThe thohThe choirThe
The f ieokted boy did not rise In fact h be seated te
1 Ii i Mispir t1 pelf r more m mott comfortably on Master Mullaly ullaI7 and de derijnded de deI
rijnded 3 tndtd aatfls aatflsheres
q Wheres heres yer 4T fl cents centsTie centT1P centsTae
Tie choirmaster stepped forward and seised ae1aedthe the of
f 11OI mPrs > is collar AS s his finger n tightened the captive eaptt eapttrt captive
T r rt < r ino InotJte the ehomsof ehorue of the moment momentl betore t was tt fed
Mi l < tkrird Rl Birds irds voice So obstinate ens wa the t rbjiniiMittini rbjiniiMittiniii e ei errs errs1i
ii i < + impresstow imp umptl lOIy that lie looked fist mstJndfrrcly lit f Vto tEhllr °
1 I r Tim Timlo lo catch the noticHntt not but but Tim 11m1ld was triigg tntgglfbg
t 1ld r kly k I r but firmly for breath and this free fnetrtllllaKI trfinnr txtUiaim <
m 11 > + from abt above ce e hen The choirmaster cIIolrm relaxed relaxed1I1r1 M his
1M 1I1r1
rt was a yo y n all the time timer he said In a stupor stn Up < OfFla oC oCfii
fii in i Ilt IltY e eYen
Yen Y 11 t replied the singer It was me DId yer yerhik y yerh
+ hik h i n k i it t hlmr him r
waa wyts with a slight jounce to hs hwUca 4c te et e ert
rt vjotimc vjotimcrt ftm ftmrt
< rt t up wont you and sing me something IIO IIOf atoei else
f < hoinnajrter urged The boy rose promptly
Whatll I sing IJtnIT he returned amicably There re had Jut JutIt <
1 i a differ d dltterent em tone In the choirmasters voice voiceHaiipy voiceHai
Haiipy HOiI Home H me Happy pft p Home the crowd w at atIned a aliiHtued
liiHtued liiHtuedThe 1 InedThe i11td < 1 1ThE
The ehoirmaatrlooked rh ChOInnaew lrma te looked relieved He had hatnw < no nar narrow natrr ¬
row r nw n prejudices prf > ju4lcett but t be reaHaMI rea that a hymn hrm 111I07 Htee ly
J1 Tia appy PPF > py Home comes with good effect e eet from the Ulepal par
i fh h hall windows windowsWheres WIndowWh windowsinheres
inheres Wh s your mouth organ orpnr demanded the tliet1eclc tliet1eclcon rreck
V 1 < 1 t on one > ne of a larger boy In the crowd The latter latterj latternmptly
j iomptly produced the instrument ln In question quewtt cud cudclri cudit cudci
ci clri + i it in bot both hands a moment after the fifcfehkm fa llf hbn of oftv ortI oft
tI t tv virtuoso and drew forth the Jerky k7 and complex ae seof aeris aT
ris T i of strains peculiar to it It was evidently a pre
liKio JwlCa lu + lPa a tone vaguely familiar to the choirmaster choirmasteruciienly chofrmaatert
S + uciienly t rlt > nI7 the boys voice burst into this th ombre back background backrnund background ¬
ground groundId ground1dd rnund rnundTit
° Id leave my m happy home for you Oooooo OoooooThe
The cHotrmaster sighed Peel ecstatically ectItaUeall A vykv ipi r so
tTler t nler so soft so rich In appealing intfecttoM tlo hit WeJwd WeJwdi had Juwlt
i Vor r heard The repeated vowels vo coed c oed that ca carcrrl ca caT caql
T rcrrl ssprl ql they allured alluredYoure alluredTnnre lIuredYllrf
Youre the 1 Jw nicest t man n I ever knoo 0oasooatti OoooooJM OoooooJMWhats O OWhat ti tiWhats
Whats What you name me asked the chotrmacter c reri re ret re refptrullo
t fptrullo fptrulloIt ri > tfull tfullit >
it appared > pp ared at att flr Stat t to be Eggnog EH OSbut but resflTed Ylato Ylatoor into
T Jsrrr or I r o Ogden den under careful nt ful crossexamination and Its ItscM ltC
cM C e m r agreed aJ to attend three th weekly rehearsals r and a d dlIn1y
t < Sunday inday services 8or for the princely prhk lr salary of 25 5 cents centsM
M ek k the same to be Increased in proportion to toh tohtrp his hisIf
l ogrr ogrrFnbseuent trp trplIblii
Fnbseuent lIblii IUtftt efforts proved that It wag U utterly h
If s to n attempt att mpt to teach him to read music anu lt When Tim m I
MnHnlly and the Ua stupidest alto In the United States StatesPS I If1
PS f1 u tb q run < > choirmaster assured a him himcould OUJd < could stumble through I
v hT 11 wan n a a4 considerately known as a a duet at sight and
fiat f t was thr work ork of many months Edgar was w still j j1nning
Vnrning l rrning hi his Fnl09 f > lo8 by ear Once leara learawd < 2 However he
iio npvr r forgot for ot them and Mr Fellows Ft > llows thrilled with pride I Ith
i < the th silver stream of his voice flowed higher higher highere
J l e th > e organ beyond the choir at his h side till m I
of T > f peoplr l eo Of > > e in I u the church sighed J hed and craned their I Ik
ji rkK ks k to look at the be wonderful boy I IA
As A a matter Ufr of fact they looked most of them themr
r Tim M MMllaly ullaly As his appealing appeall exprMaknt and aadvto rio vieya I
T ya > > 8 were H rre > nndetachabie un he > had all the effects effectsc I It
t c the hp soioii Ioi t and recerved most of the credit from roan I Ithl
th thl v vast I st t nrijority nrijorityThis n11jfrithl nrljnritythis
This hl dire ir Apprehension was as mercifully unsuspected unsuspectedKljrar I I1ltr
h > Kljrar 1ltr Mthrwlse tbrwl It IP I to be feared that th UItlIemttl services I Ir
f t phy ph Ihpdrhn sir = lrjin i l would btc ha hat c been bPt > n inquired in th the Mul MulViiy Mully Mul11y
Viiy ly hou < > < > h 11I < i I > i Not nt that th t Edgar had any ii pra Wesslotial < siOftal siOftall e Alofial Alofialt
t id > in his h i voice flir He pos por pnsrrrsed erncd d according tIordln to his own 0 ownmore
1Tf > a niiny nlln more valuahl + and dert decorating > rating qualities qualitiesHis <
His H Ie i nwr owr > uf r of fnntc wan 811 entirely hereditary h and came to
T Jill in froiu frog r his hi father fatherATr5 fHtherTr fatherMrs
Mrs Tr oiccvn n rtpn was not musical herself her If and devote devotMof devotervt I IT
T rvt t of her or pnrltf norjrtes rgIes fI to fine laundry work worka a less tune emoffntiKl entllit tunefnnal
ffntiKl llit hut more orp lucrative occupation KdgarS profew profewr pf proteNnal
r Nnal nal 11 duties intereste St1 > 1 her chiefly by reason rta of the theokly theRPkly
RPkly okly kly Mlary f sal Jlar + ry now nn grown own to 50 cents of which one onerh I Iyh
t rh was WII allowed him for his hi private > purse the re ren I I1fnctfllr
i n i fnder l being pplled to the very obvious n necessities necessitiesriT necemUetI I
riT the household Hip HI
eonsequeni Posit position Ion as a wage wageearner wageearner are I IfIIn
earner fIIn r Vas a flrmly established and his hi mother though tlaou thoughxhr h I IhI
xhr he heri htrirhld hed a natural contempt for the mental call
ITO 1 of any an young nrn rr n who consilored con llprfd Edgars Edgar s voiceMh voice
Mh h so 5 54 cents ntil a we wok ° k saw RW to It that no reTnuri r rernunpr rernunprn UTIr r rr I
r 111 < ve cP an or organ pan received all the consideration cO Uon it de deFrved deervnd j jFtfJ
Frved ervndTr FrvedTo j jTo
To Mr oKdenjs u uHII urtdisgulsed > llRUlsed gulst horror two > new suits suitsrf suitsof
rf r under flannels were purchased J urrhaCt > d at the beginning beilth lnlnr ng of 4
the winter and shiny storm rubbers rubbt > rll were fOre urged ur ed unon
1h artists arU t reluctant feet rf > et on every f slushy 11I1Ih div < Yo The TheiM05t Theo5t 4 41n
iM05t 1n o5t t un unonvinelng nnvlneing rough ugh was 8 reworded with black
licorice H pur purchased + hased from It m the general JpnfI1 1 household houllr olcI 1 fund fundTrrt fundPI fundrr1
Trrt PI 1 wTi when n Krtr JrlorlJr i rigar r had the measles m E the Prince of I IYHI
Waio Wai tn f use Mr Oaden > nlI > irritated phrase h might ml ht I IJJnrt
hnv b 1 > n jrlarl to taMe ta the mutton broth and cocoa cocoathat tOCOath cocoahat
that th hat Jl ftt fJtHo fr 1tne1 neil that impident kid kidJCor kidyer
I Ior
JCor or 1 is 11 1t er Fy system ytr twn > 1I1 limited to this thi soft s < oft ft Indulgence Indulgenceos I
os 8 th the < occasion n FI1l of one of the choirmasters visits
proved lQved Fearful Fearfule lest the purpose of his call U should shouldbecome eItould eItouldbeeotae shouldbecome
become evident too abruptly he began by one of hiscuatolbal7 14 14customary his hiscustomary
customary eulogies eulOKt ofhis of his first t sopranos voice Sreceived Sb Sbreceived s sreceived
received his enthusiasm coldly Indicated In feated forcibly her herown herOWA herown
own lack of musical ability and boasted with a a pride prideInexplicable prideJllexplteable prideinexpItcable
Inexplicable to one who has not been aoctfstomed W to toconsider toeoutder toconsider
consider this gift synonymous with penitentiary quail qualifications quall1tcatlona quailffcttlons ¬
fications that she could not carry a tune on his hismentioning hiementtooi hismentioning
mentioning menttooi g somewhat diffidently that Edgars fines finesfor linnfor tinesfor
for tardiness tardln absence a etc etc must In the nature of ofthings oftbfDp ofthings
things make appreciable inroads inro d8 upon bl 11 his salary the theInterview theInterview theinterview
Interview assumed u a different aspectWip1ng aspect j
Wiping her hand on hem apron apronMrs Mrs Ogden as asMired aIIthe assured
Mired the choirmaster er that I if Edgar wasnt a Dt earning rnIDC
his wages shed attend to that pact t w T it all right 90 SoIntent 90Jntent 90intent
Intent was her expression expra expr aslon lon that he hefeU felt 4 ehllgidd bHd to putSa put putIn putIn
In a plea for gentleness on the giroaNL thai sfteh a adelicate adelicate adelicate
delicate mechanism as the human thveaj soiled not be betp beeare beteQ
tp careflly eare l7 treated Mrs Ogden assured him that she shewas sheDOt shewa0
was not hi the habit of applying appl7Wher her disciplinary disciplinarymeasures c
measures to the throat and the aadletice amtfe l e was w ii at an anend aneM anend
end The day da happened to be Saturday 9A aide at the theevening tineevening e eetD
evening rehearsal it seemed to the ehofrun choirmaster cIt gr that
jected ected that the dedications under the he wlndowareferrtd wlndowareferrtdto windows windoWS referred referredto Cl Clto
to persons who had never held heldthe jffice lice ce of any au kind kJIIClln kJIICllnthe in inthe Inthe
the church churchEdgar churchEdPI churchEdgar
Edgar had then fallen back backfigures the theory that thefigures the theis theftpfttl
figures were portraits ts of the thedows is whom the win winumphntly wladows windows
dows commemorated How Howswhy umphntly queried queriedto queriedwhy
why wh then should legend legendWalter to the memory of ofBird ofWatter ofWalter
Walter beloved husband of ofpear Bird Ferris vs P Ppear > p pgreen ppear
pear under a tall woman in inmost < di green glass with wtt a aI Itmost amast
most feminine amount of hate hateEdgar I along a long red redb sash sashy
Edgar was staggered but R4 sudf sudfers y recalled rec11eclw his lCth tll tller th there
ers er glowing account of a oar oarKnights 1 ban given by the theaf tileKnights theKnights
Knights of Pythias Pyth in which whichpeared 1aIcIt af the knights ap appartli appeared appeared
peared in womens clothes ODe ooeprietor Dart partli jlartlT laT the pro prorented proprMtor proprittor
prietor of a fish market bayf bayfriowing bsa rented ren a long and aindBte andftoing andflowing
flowing wig the better to t 4 4and his fellow 1mIJabland knightsA knights krdghinand
and their delighted guests TW TWas A 1 impressed Bdgarf Bdgar
as intensely humorous he Aft gtcthe f enjoyed pipturlng pipturlngie pa tu tuthe
the scene of his Imagination Imaginationwavering he ie strengthened his hist hiswavering hiswavering
wavering infallibility by deda dedahusband d t tha that the beloved belovedas belovedhUlbttnd belovedhusband
husband of Mary Bird Ferris FerrisPythian as beyond doubt a aPt1lan aPyt
Pythian Pyt n In costume co costumeT tumeThaL
T ThaL r had silenced Howard Howard f 1 week edt but one eIMatt aft
affair irritated Edgar exceedingly He Hew saw no explan explanation expJanaUon expianaUon ¬
aUon whatever He perceived that he should have haveto haveto haveto
to fight the first alto This was not only a great tre treIiPOnetbutt1 re responsibility responetblilty ¬
sponsibility in Itself but the necessity neceult of evading the theparental theparental theparental
parental eye added to the nervous strain and the con consciousness conlICIousneM constousneas ¬
sciousness that on this particular Sunday Suacla afternoon afternoonMr
Mr Ogden occupied one of the tear pews with theIdea the theidea theIdea
idea of seeing 8 R how he behaved during service and sub subsequently 81Ibsequentl subsequently ¬
sequently accompanying accom < him home so weighed upon uponthe uponthe uq n nthe
the spirits of the first t soprano praDO that WflUam W Walters Waltersaccomplished Wnsaccomplished Waltersaccomplished
accomplished the choir steps in the the1ft recessional with without without without ¬
out a stumble stumbleThe stumbleThe stumbleThe
The rector tor noticed noUceclwlth with pleasure the seedylooking seedylookingman ftg ftgmall
man in the baek of the churcht cbu be wass WU Just then thensmarting thensmartln thensmarting
smarting < a little uDderueacc under theaccuslUon the acc of ariet aristocratic aristocratictendencies aristocratictendencies eratlc eratlctend
tendencies tend les a body of ooneervatvess eoneervaXi CO tlerV Bsx had neverv never lIe ap approved approved approved ¬
proved of the boy choir He hoped to get t the man maninto maRInto nraainto
into the Brotherhood of SL Andrewif Andrew It he were re allied alliedwith alliedltb alliedwith
with ltb no other organisation orpnlRtJol1Mr IA IAMr
Mr Ogden as we know was aa oairbniilneSB oti of isensi of his b1ao hisownbusiness hisown
own o ownbusiness business that kept him glarl glartrifrpadiy glarinsxtaM Uy In the roe roetors rectors c ctors ¬
tors direction which encouragedtlS encouraged rasecl ja oisviaja manistill manistillfurtket sftll sftllfurther
Iturthei further It is to be doubted if the aau = weaid Id
rn rnS
r S S Sfhings
0 0thI
things thI had never gone se smoothly After Aitej + sffl he hethought hetbou hethought
thought tbou < ht It needed a mother to reason with the boys boyshe borahe boysbe
he he had made several calls of the same me nature that thatweek thatweelte thatweeka
week weelte a mother knew best how to influence ce them themAnd themAnd themAnd
And he was abundantly justified in his conclusions conclusionsOn conclu tons tonsOn
On Sunday afternoon Edgar marched marcb Into the thechurch tltechurch thechurch
church impassive and uninteresting to the outward outwardvision outw outwardvision rd rdvision
vision with Tim beside him rapt JDd nd effective Once Oncethrough Oneethrot Oncethrough
through < h with the Psalter which he loathed because becausehe
he was w not always certain of is pointing and could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not endure Tims Tim look of horror at his occasional caa naJ slips slipsEdgar sIIMEdpr slipsEdgar
Edgar having hunched his shoulders at just the angle an angle aaXle ¬
gle to prevent the tenor behind him front fico looking lookingacross lookingac bookingacross
across ac into the transept tran ept devoted himself to a study of ofthe orthe ofthe
the rosewindow over the transept transeptThe tnuueptThe transeptThe
The decoration of thiSvwindow thiS window was a standing sub subject ub ubject u ujett
ject of quarrel between him and his first alto How Howard Howani Howjard
ard Potter Edgar had advanced the somewhat IHHft at un untenable unteuable untenable ¬
tenable proposition ltlon that the various figures ur In the thestained thestalMd thestained
stained glass windows represented the successive ve rec rectors rectors rectors ¬
tors and choirmasters ebolrm 4ter of St Marks Howasd IIOwUd had ob
T Th eG Genial e n i alI I IOIeT d i of ofON
f ON BRITISH HOTELS Ke art i k k Bangs ng5
tAl JLL t LL sold sM the Idiot as ai hs gttocti g d tut j of f the thewindow theat e eI
I WKLJj window at attae the dense d desae fog t that as fito D Dnine Irish Irishman lhmA ¬
man observed bid Mkt k1 everyttatar av tiWRK lit al slgsX > lf we wewere wewere e ewert
were only onl tn tear old London now J wed we rail this lb an another another another ¬
other beautiful morniag morniagI
I certainly wish you were there said sahitIM the Biblio Bibliomaniac Bib BibmanfaC BibUOmaniac ¬
maniac who had got up on the wrong wron side of the bed bedand bedand bedand
and had no use for anybody the Idiot least of allWe all allWe allW4
We might have at least one silent breakfast in that thatevent thateent thatevent
event eventYou
You should take your mealaat meals at the Koowfth ZO with the theanaconda theanaconda theanaconda
anaconda Mr Bib suggested the Idiot lc I am Wi told toldhe toldhe toldhe
he will eat a whole mule without even saying good aoodmornl goodmorning goodmorning
morning mornl to his wife As for myself I ant glad 1a4 to tobe tobe tobe
be here at our dear Mrs PecI Pedagogs unequaled breakfast break breakfast rreakfast ¬
fast table where the th butter is I fresh as th the morning morningstar JIIomlncstar morningstar
star the biscuit as tender to the touch as a womans womanscheek womansheel womanscheek
cheek and the coffee aa steaming IIteamin as the subway after aftera
a boiler explosion explo lon None of your London for me with witha
a breakfast of boiled marmalade f and cold coldtoaJlt toast Prate Pratenot Pratenot Pratenot
not of residence read de nee in the British capital to tome me when one onehas onehas onehas
has to put un ash sifter in his throat to keep the soft softcoal 80fteGG1 softcoal
coal out of his hi lunge Sing Sl not to me tb 1 fssMgs of ofPiccadilly ofPIccadilly ofPiccadilly
Piccadilly where here the good old American language isfnthlemly is isfnthlessly istuthle
fnthlessly sl murdered every time a Briton opens his hismouth hismouth hismouth
mouth and where here the street cleaning bureau expends expendsmillions ewpendsmllllonll expendsmillions
millions annually sweeping eeplng up Hs from the Ighway Ighwayfor Ighwayfor ghwa ghwafor
for Ill none > of It Ive tried London once on and for me meIt meIt meIt
It has become that bourne to which hlth this thl traveler tra ler ncer neerreturns ncerreturn ncerreturns
returns returnsWhen returnsWhen
When When did you go abroad or asked Mr BrIefNine Brief BriefNine f fNine
Nine years ago last July returned ume1 the tJael theidiot theidiotWhy loiot loiotWhy lJothy
Why hy I thought you were elt in the hospital beingoperated being beingoperated beinaOJer
operated OJer tM upon for appendicitis that thatyar year said the thelawyer thelawyer
lawyer lawyerThat 18 lawyerThat wfr wfrTbat
That is what I gave out said the Idiot You YouJ
ernoon at evensong evn ng just before e the electric elec c feejl bddlsound sound IUfteel sounded ¬
ed in the robing room to summon theM themto oW the hall hallhe hallhe hallhe
he had rapidly inquired in a hissing hlln vfklser per 1Vhob 1Vhobthat Who Whothat Vh Vhthat
that white puppy carryin the flag in the round window window win window ¬
dow on the side where the bird was was a picture pictureof
of ofThe
The bird was the lectern eagle and neither > of the theantagonists tbeantagonJats theantagonists
antagonists had ever seen a lamb Edgar r1wLd had recog recognized recognized recognteed ¬
nized the fact that it was a poorly draw drselu puppy and andhe andhe 00 00he
he did not believe that it could possibly J bmrtu awSrs balanced balancedon
on one crookedup crooked up knee and at that parilous angle any anysuch anysuch Y Ystich
such banner as the artist had given it jt t It was also alsocrushlngly allOcrusblngly alsocrushingly
crushingly apparent to him that no Knight I < nlgl1t n glft of of Pythiaswith Pythias Pythiaswith Pythlaawith
with all the assistance aael tance in the world could transform transformhimself tran form formhhn
himself hhn lf into such a woolly curly fourlegged object objectas
as that thatThen thatTItn thatThen
Then why should the brass plate patepeDath beneath it de declare d dclare deClare =
clare that this th rose window wag 8 placed in loving lovingmemory lovingmemory lovingmemory
memory of Alice Helen Worden whodeparted this life lifeJune liteJUDe
June nineteenth eighteen hundred and a d ninety Jlbae ninetyThat ninetyThatwas r That Thatwas
was 88 no name for a puppy to beginwitlr begin witlr The whole
see the fad that year in society SOlet watt appendicitis No ¬
body amounted to anything who hadnt hadnthld ° had it and andeverybody andeyerybody andeverybody
everybody with a thousand dollars to spare instead insteadof ha insteadof d dot
of going t < Europe as they had previously done took tooka kOkJeMl
a personally JeMl naUy conducted tour through tJa the operating operptingroom operatingroom oJer Ung UngJC4tm
room at the Roosevelt ROOM elt hospital The result was 11 that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the fare to t and andt1OJ1 from from Europe fell about 5ft per cent and andI
I took advantage a < of it giving out to my friends how however however however ¬
ever that I had employed the famous famo Dr Dfgaxray Dfgaxrayof 1i lay layof
of New York to tOtut cut a subway in my right r1trhttllde r1trhttlldeYou side sideYou sideYou
You are a base deceiver ecehJd said Mrs Pedagog We Wewere Weere Wewere
were ere all very much worried d about you here hereYes bereTe hereYes
Yes ejaculated the Bibliomania t Was afraid afraidyon
yon yon 011 live and come back ba to us fuller of ether et r than thanev t teTer thanever
ev ever r My worst tea fears are realisedWell realized realizedrrWelL realizedWen
rrWelL Wen I was punished all right said the Idiot Idiotsmiling ItUotflmblna Idiotsm
flmblna sm smiling ling affectionately at the t Bibliomaniac Next time txneI tJmeI
I have the choice of Roosevelt hospitaland hOfpl t and a London Londonhotel Londonhotel n nhotel
hotel youll flmi me wearing a Roosevelt button buttonTheres buttnnTheres buttonTheres
Theres nothing cures a man of Anglomania AarI la quicker quickerthan qUlCkerthan quickerthan
than a Londonfnotel and alongside along lde of its terrors those thoseof thoseor thoseof
of appendicitis Rl ndkiUs are as trivial as the bubbles that thattransform thattransform thattransform
transform the Jersey elder of our ancestors OIll into the thepolden theoldtn thegolden
golden oldtn French Frt > nlh champagnes > for which we w pa pay 400 400 a aquart aQuart aquart
quart under the delusion that while dria3dng dry dDg ft we am amseelnjj antJHIn ireseeing
seeing tJHIn life lifeWhat liteWhat lifeWhat
What hotel did you stop at asked Mr White Whitechoker Whitelhokf Whitechoker
choker chokerIt > r rIt
It shall be nameless replied the Idiot T have haveenemies havefnemleR haveenemies
enemies Mr Whiteehoker and I delight in thinking
that 1 hn t some day they will iII go 0 abroad a and 8 nd stay a week weekat
at that home of all modecn mod ineotHrenteaees tracptiepa with wlt cold coldwater coldwater < Oldwater
water running from the trot ar and osld 4 fenucttt uCltt at all allhours ellhour1l althours
hours of the th day and night and an an1 elevator vator that thlJt goes goesup pes1lJ goesup
up every other Thursday Tbursda morning a al 5 f oclock oeln k returning return returning returning ¬
ing the ofllowing Sunday at midnight mldn ibt ibt8S
Was 8S it first class fl demanded dfm mdEd the th BibflonuiBlac BibflonuiBlacIt
It was so nominated in the advertisement and andc
have appealed appe led to him however however Notes Notvthat t9mmat he would
have been hindered by any an narrow sectarian triaa tenden leadencb tendencies tendencies ¬
cies cb s Mrs Ogden who did up the shirt waists aJatS of the
Presbyterian ministers daughter was 8 by her present presented pre ent ¬
ed regularly with a missionary mlsslon ry bank in the form of ofa ofa ofa
a papierachie cottage with a chimney Imitating red
brick and nd Edgar employing a Napoleonic strategy
triumphantly attended the Methodist Christmas Chr mas fee ¬
tivals tlvalsand and the Baptist Sundaysehool picnics thelet the lat lat ¬
ter offering a merrygoround on a larger scale the
former providing the infant faithful with 1th more prac prac ¬
ticable presents and larger candy bags Mr Ogden
felt with a certain justice that his church connec ¬
tions did him credit on the whole and excused him himself himself ¬
self If from any undue energy in Jhat JhatcHreetJon JhatcHreetJonHe direction directionHe
He watched his son keenly but Edgars prs ecclesiasti ecclesiastical eccl slaatl slaatlcal ¬
cal demeanor deme nor was without a flaw Moreover his Ii plans planswere plansere planswere
were ere gradually maturing He sang Amen at proper
intervals and managed to get between the organist organistand oraatnietand t taDdthe
and aDdthe the tenor who depended on Mr JPellowjs to mark
the time for him with his left hand still hi conse eonM
re regarded rded as a a penal Institution I think it was Al
There T re was w more punishment for five dollars a day In hithat inthat
that place to the aq square re inch than can be found fou cI in a asquare asquare asquare
square mile of SlagSlng Slug Sing at nov no expense to the theJMltron theJMltronBut patron patronBut patronBut
But as a hotel hotelwell well II it was one part hote and andninetynine andnlnftynlne andninetynine
ninetynine parts I L Unlike most penitentiaries pentt however how however howeverlt ¬
ever everlt it seemed to have no principal princ 1 keeper kee r It was wasrun WIUIrun wasrun
run by three sleepy porters who seemag see to t regard Id a arequest arequMt arequest
request for Information as a a base usctustlon aUena upon
their privacy and a complaint as a personal naf insultand insult insultand t tand
and about twenty u supercilious small boys denominated denominatedpages de deileminatedpages
pages 8 who ho spent most mo t of their time going about abouttthe abouttthecorrlOOIll the thecorridors thecorridors
corridors calling out room number in some hitherto hithertoundiscovered hithertoun hithertoundiscovered
undiscovered un vrpd Argon Argontongue tongue They Tb y do this as an ex excuse ucu oxease ¬
ease e for not delivering letters and telegrams teJearr for twentyfour twen twentyfour tw twtytour ¬
tyfour hours ho rll after their receipt In an American Americanhotel Americanhotel Americanbetel
hotel if you dont like a thing you cangenerally canfg can jgeneraIly neraUy tiedsomebcAy find findsomebc 1iR4BOmebto
somebcAy somebc 1y < iy to kick for the shortcoming but in aLon aLondon a aLndon Lon London ¬
don hotel youve got to ta tale e it out on the bytu b qU as asthey allthey asthey
they call it Itnot not a piece of furniture with ith dsjwers dt ters in init I II init
it I t and silverbacked sllver Mcked hair brushes on top but a com committee committee costmittee ¬
mittee of liveried functionaries who donteare dont e whether whetheryou wbethMyoU whetheryou
you like It or not Its about as satisfactory ab as a whak whaking wba k king king
ing a telegraph pole because the Western estern Union peo people people ¬
ple have not sent an Important message messageHow messageHow
How about the table The English appear to be bea bea beawell
a awell WweU well fed people observed Mr Whiteehoker WhiteehokerThe
The English are used u ed to the kind of food they theyget theyget theyget
get said the Idiot As for me there is as much muchnourishment JnIJchnourlsnmfnt muchnourishment
nourishment ir a basket of shavings as in the aver average airag atierage ¬
age ag table dhote > dinner at a London hotel This meil meilIs mvnlis
Is not square but long It consists of nineteen Htti Httidabs Ut little littledahs e edabf
dabs of everything in general without wtthoutenoUCb enough of any
thins In particular partlc lar From the three t ree brass oysters with withwhich withwhlh withwhich
which it opens to the slateroofed tafi t that brings brJ it itto itOu itto
to a close you Ou get an endless endl 8 succession 8U of samples samplesContinued am samplesContinued 1e8 1e8continued
Continued on Page Two Section Three
quence q ce of being unable to see him bunkted bunkteddecided 1 offer cdfeIItory <
tory tom y solo bat hJ thoerghm were otIIenrhere otherw otherwdecided here Be half halfdecided
decided to slip Up out of th u J south transept transeptel door tMII tMIIludlac th
eluding el > i parental pursuit pur ui said fight Howard Potter Potterhili to tohteown ishis
hteown his hisi own back yard before he slept P Price t He would ro Mpr JI1I JI1It1ce K Kand
rice upon his victim a recent J 8CleDtUIc 8CleDtUIcproudly actentI e eproudly aequlsltisi aequlsltisibe
proudly styled by him UtJIe the uppercut wirleh wirlehaequlsltisi he belearned t tlearned
learned from an acquaintance ce at Ute ooilc or 11 11and csa csaand
and three sugar sugar cookiesAt cookies cookiesAt I IAt
At this point th theanthem anthem prelude drew 1da fcjj to loohis JIIrfeet hip hipr
feet He had saved vecl his 1aIsYOIee vote according to Orecttaov Orecttaovfpr eree ereetpr
fpr r his solo and in th thflowed tile waiting bush every ewI7nowed wee
ir irSowed flowed soft and pure to the end of the ss cawch cawchMercy clnnehMercy ch chMercy
Mercy Mercy and truth mercy 7 and truth oaefcy oaefcyAh 1Mk7 1Mk7Ah neOYAla
Ah that exquisite soft swoop dowaWaWK dowa idi The Thea se sesou r rgaa
gaa rippled on contentedly a continuatJear of IMgarl Edgarlflutelike IMgarlflutelike Ec1prI1I11teWte
flutelike tones and truth are meet meetall ta together tliM r Then Thenwas Thenwe
we was all the richness richness of a womans vote alt aatJte the ps pssionless patty paIclearneaa pattyalenless
sionless clearness of a a boys and all the mania JDenabIc ft ftaocence JI JIDO i inogence
aocence DO euce of a childs child childIt childsIt jc jcIt
It occurred to him suddenly that the north 1IOriJrwould hranS trams tramswould r rwould
would be safer 8ferlt it was won on the side furthest irahorn tawhome ira 1iwhem
horn 1 a ateousnese
hornRighteousness Righteousness R ptlOUS teousnese and a dop peace ae righteousness sad aacliIIIIi psftc psftchave I Ifave paidhave
have Wssed each other otherHe otherBe otherlie >
He wondered wpndered red If Howard had learned the rlprpel upperem upperemsince I IJIIDce + OM i isince
since their encounter encounterTims f fTims lt I Inms
Tims face was as the face of an angel > a tonf3 tonf3shutting 101Iray iearslanting
shutting ray from the t e roewlRdow rose window feB across aenJ8iIJdt aenJ8iIJdtcu Hit Hita HitHave a acurls
curls cu a t t1Iave
curlsHave Have kissed each otherr other Edgar sfgher il9 1t fti ftiJiaWTtJIINdeach o otae
raav JiaWTtJIINdeach tae TOssed Ttdsaedeacch each other th = the thecueIng caressing tones t a he hee iMti iMtihato t ted
e ed t into the organs whispering < once more more ePJ ePJtiaer > eaei l lother r rother
other and died lingeringly A long breath th am ana aUlll aUlllfile ai tB tBWe H HMe <
We Me Abhh drifted through the church The choir choirjtfaster ehearlt8terkkked choirirster
jtfaster lt8terkkked kicked his feet f together under und ttlie the organ ofIp or gtin ftf ftftoy ffHe te tey
> toy y He little knew knethat that at that very moment th thfurs th thfuture thtfit1QeQlhla >
fit1QeQlhla future furs of his vested choir was was u swinging lightly ii iidie IJtM Iithe
die bsJaHce baisbceBut bsJaHceevents bItICbceht
ht such was the fact Fate who links togehief togehiefevents t tev
events ev seemingly ee lngly Isolated l smoothed Edgars Edgarshi way I Ihis t this
his hi flight but allowed him to be beaten If tea ttif8ROt he henot hs hsnot
not happened his hl wrath rath would not have ventedItsci ventedItsciin vented Rsltt Rsltt1s
in hectmUis heet hect rb rc a > badtempered bags ba < 5 at the there WeddMnda WeddMndaing Weda Wedar
re r > s swith h 8C scampering 1pETin IrJ iti front of him g n od ad adgewc uI uIJag
Jag gewc with wonderfulaccuracy wonderful accuracy his hi gruff staccatotwcr staccatotwcrHe staccato staCClltoRe staccatoHe
He taketh up the isles Isleas as a verry little thing tbtqIDOlked thingmocked T Tmocked
mocked Edgar EdgarShut EdprShut EdgarShut
Shut up u growled wled the t e bass bassA ba s sAvefry
A Avefry verry littie thing Edgar contimsM eo IuaaUy eoirtio dhd aialty aialtynastly > r Jig JiguanUy n
nastly slipping across his victims v tlms pathOh path pat patOb i iOh
Oh all al right young < feller called the bass en enraged 1ftat enrhged ¬
raged at the grins and andapptaUlle applause of the other tIIIirrfxn been A Aright M Mrtgnt
right Just t you wait walttlU till Sunday Su thats ailJ all If BaV BaVgarliad Ilid Ilidgarliad i ipr
garliad pr bad not teased him so he would woul4 not have have haveI s sI ailsMg i iI
I know whatll happen then If you doavt f 1 f fWhatr tWhat C Chat
What hat Edgar inquired derisively eateldng eatehIgwlthr t Jdia Jdiawl 6 6with
wl with ldmYoure him hhnYoure himYoure
Youre going to be bounced that a wa what wIItthe sasi nlsthe sasithe
the bass Irritably IrritablyAw Irrltabl7HAw irritablyAw
HAw Aw come off I aint either eitherWell tber tberWell y yWell
Well you ought to be the whole pack peakthe ofyou m yes r rthe rUle
the base continued decidedly declde ly bag and aJIdpHMlrlddance bas baggage a AM Armgood AMgood °
good pHMlrlddance riddance too No choirboy camping eam eamMnIlDMr out tsst tsstsummer tMsummer
summer summerEdgar summerEdgar
MnIlDMrEdpr Edgar dropped behind and N1dmU8ed mused HWbotoW HWbotoWhe Who toWtyrt toWtyrthe toW lYsi2 lYsi2he
he called caDedAsk
v vAsk cAsk
Ask Fellows JPellowsaJld and If he dont lick Ilckrou you IwOTr IwOTrretorted Iuetortcd IWillitjetorted
tjetorted retorted tortcd the bass making a quick grab which wb 1t Edgai gdgstrRow t tJIIF
rRow ii JIIF ly evaded evadedHe evadedHe evadedHe
He summoned his mates Immediate the theWag question questionwas
was laid before bef them Had they heard that they tilerto woRc woRcto w t tto
to be bounced Did they believe that the two weeks weekscampingout weelmdcatppiugouthe weeIatplngoutthe <
campingout plngoutthe the object of all their endurance eRdurauceJoyaIty said saidloyalty at atloyalty
loyalty the prise of their high calling callhJcw was to JMdiscontinued JM tedt8contlnued haidiscontinued
discontinued Tim was deputed to Inquire on SatuJ Satt Sattday Satis Satisday
day dayatternool afternoon He returned disconsohiteiy dt c0M01atelyabond th tips tipsshoved y yshoved
shoved each other otheraignl4can significantly significantlyWhatd 1t 1tt4Ie t n
Whatd t4Ie he say y Whafd he sayr say sayBe I j jBe rHe
Be Be says 78 mos probly not Says Sa it costs tawMack WeaS4II bas Itllaelr Itllaelrtgt T
S Say S4II tgt + n inayte ln ayrbe a picnic picnic picnicAwl x xAwl
Awl wl sWchnmjyf mild cJaua J Gotn Gk Gobar > lnrt5 O bmmeeus ias tes7 lf H t tI t
TI I dwnno I gVMssr so I dfftnt ifdtitoak t sale Marc tUfti l ti tisays x t ttaayg
says to him Aw say Yo Mr FebsedWttf FebsedWttfgems Fellows FeIIo a1n lntt 4pu 4pugoin
gems 801 campin campinr An he he8Aa says 4I L I guess not aotTim nottom nottomTim tUkftf t
Tim mos probly Maybe lIIarbea a picnic pkpIc r rWell z zWell < f
Well I bet he dont bounce me I Mtc MtcI botcher tbatk tbatkI Wit WitI
I I IEdpr
now r rEdgar n nEdgar
Edgar strutted before them They regarded reprW MR MRwith wwith lit litwith
with Interest InterestWbatdmer v vWnatcher
Wnatcher tdter golno gout dorthey do they asked re respectfully peettubr
Whatll I do Til 111111 Ill bounce myself et he heoWler caJteC caJteCover caNeCover
over Ms Shoulder as he strode home homeHis bonaeHie homeHis
His moody air during supper convinced c nrlil ed Mr 1 O Os 0 >
den that something was up Ever since he had b disk diskcovered tUcovered dis discovered °
covered Edgars demand for an n additional il cents centSuqd t <
Sunday Suqd on the ground that his mother thought tldIt tldItworth ii hj g gworth t tworth
worth more and his later daring strike for 5 cents
further salary which the choirmaster cholrma ter had Innocent Jnaoeentbpakl lnnacentIpaid Innocentpaid
paid out of his own pocket Mr Ogden who hears basilrumors hearsrumors hadrumors
rumors of wild 1ld dissipations dls lptions in the peanut and roof roo > V
beer line had pounced upon his son returning retuc ptetk ptetkoric pJeIaode plethoric >
oric from pay day and promptly annexed the extra
16 l cents was convinced of the necessity of surveil ¬
lance for this wily wageearner and formed the habit habitof haMtof
of escorting him regularly on pay nights atone a a
first later r assisted by Mrs Ogden who accompanied accompaniedthe a aee paIIteC npaadedthe
the family group as a selfconstituted and anal au ¬
ditor ditorIt ditorIt
It frequently has been remarked that a great grieftufty grief griefmay pietmy
may bind together to once disunited members of a ait taw
fly it 1 it is extremely improbable that any affctloswhatever affliction afflictionwhatever aftUctIoIiwhatever
whatever could have produced among the Ogdenssuc OgdeDa Ogdenssuea f fa la
a gratifying tltytng esprit de corps as resulted from their un 11 11felped unfeigned ¬
feigned Interest in pay day But when Mr Ogden denahadowed has hasshadowed bagedshadowed
shadowed his son to no more secluded and andpot dangerous dangerousspot dangerousspot
spot than the churchyard and saw him In earnest earnestconclave Ntconclave earuhstconclave
conclave with Uh his attentive mates he went relieved relievedabout re reaNut relieedabout
about htexown his gown 0wnbu business inetl6 reassured by the words wordscampin WOIdacamptn wordscampln
campin out and Sunday Su Y afternoon that he hecaught DeCught heecaught
caught from behind a convenient tombstone He Heutterty was wasutterly wasutterly
utterly unconscious that the scene he had left leftfar lefttar < was wasfar
far more menacing to his household hou ebold than even e uM uMJDOIItdl the themoatdisfiguring themost
JDOIItdl most moatdisfiguring dlsllguriag ftgurl fight of his warlike sons eon varied rep repertafre rep reperteire
ertafre ert l But so it was Haranguing promising taunt tauntingthreatening tautingthreateulng taaitlugthreatening ¬
ingthreatening Edgar led them finally subdued u into intoone Intitone hit hitone
one of the most satisfactory rehearsals rebearsaJ of the year yearThey 7ea1They yearThey
They waited til tin a quarter ofll of 11 on Sunday Sunda and andfinally aDftual andfinally
ftual the marched in alone 7 7aDd
finally men somewhat conscious consciotnand consciousand
and Ill l at ease followed by a redfaced determined determinedrector detenn1De4rector 1 1rector
rector and a puzzled visiting vi itlll8 clergyman They sari sang
0 Happy Band of Pilgrims but it was remarked remarkedby reinarlte4by
by the wondering congregation COn gation that they did not lOtloolt lOtloolthapI look lookhappy look lookhappy
happy Ytbemeelvea themselves There was no music but batwbleh theTiymBSv theTiymBSvwhich are arewhich
which as they had been altered alte to well knoWanum knoWanumbers lutoWamamber80 known a nm nmbers ¬
bers were chanted lustily lu8t y by the inhabitants of the thepew4 U Uthus thepews
pews thus winning Iaaln < the sincere admiration of Ole vts vtsiting YIIH YIIHIUD vhtang
IUD < clergyman clergymanReally ele clergymanReally D DReally
Really suchwell BUCh well trained congregational conpesa stagtagK stagtagKis singing singingis
is quite rare he remarked afterward > to toUie the roctsWj netaC netaCaDd rtrt sr srand
and was somewhat surprised ed at the short answer answershall If Ifshall It Itshall >
shall certainly never v vIt
occur again qaIaIt againIt
It had gone baud with the vested choir bat batJ foa foathe fly
J Ogden 11 Fellows pleaded In vain Ia VIdIIi VIdIIithe vaisthe
the Ladies auxiliary passed resolutions re olu Olaa the theas reetsjhfc reetsjhfcwas recisicwas
was as firm It was wasOftIy only when Mrs Ogden O denept swept In Inhim up npeii say
hint in his hi study a chastened qtill Il till U apreheostve av ve veunder bobo bobounder DOf
under one arm arm followed by half a dosen women womeD1ar17 tom ssmHilarly tomlardy
lardy equipped and made a speech 8 h that th t will Adorn t tpariah the thtrparish thepariah
pariah annals for many a year that he 7 yielded lc1ed lc1edspectfully re respectfully rep repapectfully
spectfully convinced convincedEdgar cotl cotlEdpr convincedEdgar
Edgar had met his Waterloo and lived so to tounder speakRuder speak speakunder
under a consequent military mUitar surveillance with ith shuck lancfcof 1I shuckof 1leli 1leliot
of his prestige gone his pay docked for a mouth mouththe moathvi moathvithe 1DOutaI1 1DOutaI1the
the certainty of approaching < warm arm weather ather atherwould when whenwould whenwould
would be Impossible to take cold < old and nothing noth notha nothinga bntr bntra
a summons to the choir invisible could excuseBifaai excuseBifaaifrom excuse eX1I8etrona excusefrom
from rehearsals here to render the future all tOG tOGto deaf deafto deedto
to him In the word of the processional processionalHis pt0Ce 8lor 8lorH19
His tongue could C uld never tlr tlrOf t tOf ttra ttraOf
Of singing with the choirToday choir eholrToday
Today if you should attend evensong eve ong at atyou St Marlrtt Marlrttyou ark arkyou
you will beyond a doubt be delighted d lIbted with a a avolee aJKntijr aJKntijrvoice sit sitvoice
voice that appears to proceed from a violeteyed violeteyedwith boft boftwith 1IeIt 1IeItWith
with a sweet expsdlsionIt exprfssion 7 7It Ji JiIt
It is a good thing < to give thanks unto the Lord Lordthe Lordthe Lordthe
the voice declares melodiously bat it Is doubtful if ifits IfIts if ifits
its owner w e in a thankful frame of mind He would wouldin wouldin
in all probability prefer to be with ith his brother Samuel Sam Samuel samuel ¬
uel who is at present pre ent touring the west trJumphawy triumphalywith trJumphawywith trlump1la trlump1laIth
with Ith a Methodist revivalist rendering rt > Where re Is le7 le7Wandering Mm MmWandering ln lnWandering >
Wandering Boy Bo Tonight to weeping congregations congregationsfor eoe
for t r 10 a week and his traveling expenses And even eventhis eventhl eventhis
this thl success leaves Squealer dissatisfied dbssatl fied He would wouldfar wouldfar wouldfar
far rather be in his fathers tathers position pGIIIUontl first t tenor fn the theDenman theDenman theDenman
Denman Thompson Old Homestead quartette uartetHand quartetteandsing uartetHandflnJt and andslngr
sing The Palms behind hltd the scenes when hen the stere stereoptleon gtereopticon tereopticon
opticon vision of the repentant prodigal thrills the au audience audience andience ¬
dience dienceIt
It would ould seem that your artistic temperament is isdoomed Isdoomed isdoomed
doomed to discontent di ntent Whereas Mrs Ogden who can cannot cannot cannot ¬
not carry a tune > is perfectly satisfied wlttt fine laun laundry launc1 laundry ¬
dry c1 work workCopyright vterkCopyright workCopyright
Copyright 1908

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