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1 SECTION TWO j THE TU E SALT SA LT pv w LAKE j Wj W E fMTY HERALD Tgfc A W Wl LSECTIO SECTION TWO TWOSUKDAY TWOSUNDAY
SUNDAY MAY 29 1 1i4 1i4L 04 04By
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MaurusJokL Maurus By ByMaurus JokeJ I j THE TpTjrif 1 HID M MAGIC iyt AUlw AV if DRAUGHT DRAUGHTIrnSu1 Sfgmximl Author treaalated of Towards Krausz KrauszAuthor by bySfgmximl the theftining1
ftining1 IrnSu1 Sun
UBING the reign of King Achae Achaemenes Achaemene
D menes a Persian mapi ma ian con coniocted Ofl OflI
I iocted a a miraculous ni irauItj ition i t IOfl the themagic t he heZnaI
magic ZnaI charm of o which was wt to make makeof makeof
of the most courageous determined determinedand
and enterprise man au abject abjectoward abjectO
< oward O ard The man who partook of this thismand bICIotlon
Iotlon would ttTlIj t re corn corninand
mand or at tb < view < f a Made and andwould andWoud
would entirely ijse i hia ku aetfcontroL Hewould He Hexvould
would betray fl his mnermoat JboWhta JboWhtaunreservedly
unreservedly if crowexamined in this thisIjrjition tblat
t Ijrjition since he h would lack the theCourage theOurago
Courage to answer interrogations tatcrraatiosbyTh fey feyeJlenr
eJlenr e eThe
The Th secret of tb thte phUter the magi magiciaii m xi xiia
ciaii ia had confided only to the kinj k who whoon b bon
on ins tuI part communicated ft to his Jttt Jtttby IOUby
by whom vion it was confided again to toAlicia toAus
Alicia The latter a few hours be beior beItr
ior his hI deata revealed the secret to tohis tohis
his daughter Agamede ani an thus t taIT taiT
aIT that never more than one person personvas perauuias
vas as iu i n possession of the same sameAt eameAl
At a tender age Agamede became becamethe becamethe
the wif wite of Klefrathoa king of Sparta SpartaAt
At t that I flat time the laws of Lycurgs had hadnot hadI
not I o L yet y tt simplified the customs of the theSpa theatans
Spa atans > tana and a king in Lacedaemonia Lacedaemoniavas
vas va of the same importance as an anautocrat anaut
autocrat aut r at in Asia Kleanthos frequent frequently ¬
ly made nee of his wifes secret Often Oftenthe OftirnI
the I he suspicious glance of an Rphor or orthe ort
the t he incautious word of an Archon in inliuc inlued
liuc lued d him to pour the charm secretly secretlyinto eetetlyI
I into the goblet of his guest and with withits Withts
its ts h i4p ip he frequently unearthed cpu cenpiraies cpurirlee
piraies among the subjugated trtbe trtbeL t be beof
of L > f tan Lacedaemonians LacedaemoniansThe
The most obdurate sinner could not notMitl netv1tIst
Mitl v1tIst stand the power of his cfaafm cfaafmTha chfmfh
Tha fh who had drunk of tt remembered rememberedMith
Mith iLL horror the painful anguish that thatliad thathad
had taken held of them the uneon uneontiuemWe uneonuerbIe
tiuemWe fear under the pressure ofhI of ofwhi
whi hI u body and soul suffered alike alikennd
0 nnd rid the crushing consciousness of ofcowardice ofwHtdlce
cowardice against which there was wasno wasnorshtance no noi
i rshtance 1 ance and compared to which whIean any
Uniiiy bdl v torture seemed like childs play
Bu t Agamede kept the secret of the thephilter
4 philter and did not betray its 11 com composition W Wposit ¬
posit position km even to her husband When WhenKtebnthos WhenKleitnthoe
Ktebnthos questioned her er aboat It she ahebecame sheleeS
became leeS ne provoked and angry though at atother att
other t he r times she had the temper of a adov aduv
dov < soft and docile docileAbout docileAbout
About this time commenced the sec second sacnd ¬
ond nd Meaaenian war Wa The4ubdued The ubdued Mea MeaHiiaii nsanIaii
< Hiiaii throws oft their yoke and took tookHrms
Hrms 1 rms against aInai their tyrants the prowl prowlspaj pioidpaaia
spaj paaia cans A yqung hero Aristomenes Aristomenesled AIItOU51led
led them to victory and they recon reconuet recon1ue
1ue uet 4 the hamlets and towns which whichthe whicht
the t he3 bad lost under Aristodemus AristodemusProud AristodemusVroui
Proud Sparta had to humble itself be before befire ¬
fore its rivals the Athenians so far faras fara
as a s in I o ask them for a general to lead leadthe
the 1 he spartan troops against the vic victorious vieorius ¬
torious mountaineers mountaineersOu
Ou t of mockery Athens sent the thepetitioners thepetit
petitioners petit flers a lame poet Tyrtaeos TyrtaeosTins TyrtaeosTIii
Tins poet was a cripple wheae hand handoulj
< oulj oui 1 not wield the sword hot his hiswords hisorls
words orls enthused the people and Sparta Spartavith iarts iartsV
vith V I t renewed strength restated Aria Artatoimnea Ariatomtnee
toimnea toimneaThey tomtneeTWy
They needed enthusiasm badly On Onone OnOne
one si side lie the powerful Mesaeniaoa and andn andhe
> n the he other the revolting Helots HelotsTh Heistsrh
Th < > the despairing nation had to de deteri doleni
teri itself against the swords of eour eourK courSc
K Sc > u mea UlcJIr hire gains i1mt the cowardly cowardlyan cowrdlyhiuzer
hiuzer q qI
I tcs dny it uiMm1 uiMm1hi
hi a t fln wp ppred ppredj
j Ii 11e talaeeof Ing 1esIOht 1esIOhtac
an he approached the chambej cf C the thekiiiu Lhck
k kiiiu L aft a tee having kaVIaggIIned gained entrance eStrS e to totht 10tiit
tht our ourtyard t yard by way > of a draining drainingcanal daininanAl
canal canalTh anAlTh
Th stranger fought his captors gal gallan galT
T lan y but wa wan overpowered by superi superior ¬
or Iirce I ice bound and led before the king kingit kt ktt
it t was an important caputre His HisiiiisMim Hismisini
iiiisMim was certainly to murder tuUvderKleLu tuUvderKleLutiis Klean Kleanthos
thos and it would have been of great greatalue grtU
U alue to ferret out the conspiracy Was Wasit W Wt
t it in the camps of the Messentens or oramong eramong
among the people of LacedaemonlaSTORIES Lacedaemonla LacedaemonlaSTORIES
STORIESWELL STORIES STORIESWELL
WELL TOLD TOLDP
T P nator Blackburn of Kentucky tells of ofi
i i iid ti old McttibdifU minister in hi lale aictel laleM
M l > e pioneer days who was a consid considiJle eoneiUC
iJle C scraper and of whom it wee aid saidtnrc4rijtwtl aidI
I Tirestrained by Divine ifraee Parson Parsoniihnsfu ParsonJhts
Jhts iihnsfu cjii n whip any man tn inFt4 Kentucky KentuckyIll
Ill Ft4 s good old man says the senator senatormi
mi U I > J j muscular power with saving savingi
i t > i > and often said that he did net be bev bethe
v the Lord intended that any man manho wanII
ho II i b be a coward utosSy becaose he heva hiw
w va foHewer of the Najaren He wa wai
4 i s > sj man but it was unsafe to step stepn
> n 4 coattail and the people both Loved tovedHid
Hid 1 ared him himc
t c C dair after fter the parson had found ft ftsary itiary
< sary to adminteiw flstic fist ic punl punbhwent punbhwentj hwcnt hwcntvtral
j I > > vtral young toughs who pentotedM pentotedMnsi
j U nsi rMng the sMrting a etlug at one of 9 t tlur te telur
lur has which he served one of I Inoted ls
1 e noted as being eomethiag for a hard hardiitt hardhit
hit iitt r biBtfetf get up ta th thy meeting and andu andthe
k
u is the f fr soII duty ef this heMr hccon hcconr con conbr
r < tlon to steiki br b Person Johnsontbe Johnson lOhflndflI
I It O not seek touthic bit h iiIU not notr4i
r4i the white feather when whenm troubie is isl
l in his say I beive thai unre unreii
m ii by Drvm Drvmv itasa Preon losofl losoflhip
v hip any IRan Fn Kentucky The M lurd lurdL lurddOT > r4 r4c
L c l t yp pray praycitor
dOT Procter orVcrsjM of Versaa t Is feed f fsngar f fTi
Ti i sngar and h be gets h swede swewfrom sweder
r from home He is not stingy stingywlth with
1 3 divides with fete friends in mc he cn cnNot CTlty
ty Not b hmg j ajw a the senator senatorbeach tur id thb thbige
ige O1d was one of the st pien pienI
I e beach in my ttti tatc and b be eti etijeke n ny
y a joke but cue day v oiie o S his hisMJT InsQra
MJT Qra cooked him to a turn They Theytalking lheytalking
talking about mapie suxar itr shunt aboatthe shunti
i the jud Lodge e knew a great di < M el The Theidge
1 L I T asdhiun asdhiunj
j idge hewSBaay hew many poumfs of sac do doihmk dohink
ihmk Began made from fr those thoseen tscl
l en trees ever on bis placer plate plateeli v vv
v ell those are powerful Hk llkey y tree treered peea peean
n red the Ja gc ant aa 0u > owrtrt to togot toI
I got not less that evcntyIive evcntyIivecH
t L C Cb
cH Judge he h Mnt sild 14 the aeigft aeigftttey neIg neIgby
b
ttey ought ght to hv Mwui6 that B th tha h hirwve
a
ab aS aSi
i 1 iytotaptbe iytotaptberu
irwve ru e out te tidkrv tidkrvftera gbUlere rfowe fce fceifterwoon
ifterwoon ftera on said a atI < atativa atativai
I 4 i lenflJi nn yrt pnU pnL an andwaat1y w f BtPtly J JMd t tI
I Md 1 hv an n old soldier eold1 W Wed WedL o sUow sUowhroMgii
L hroMgii rvg the Andenxra ho hoio u the theisg thed
d isg h whirl Ih r as oped u ed by Piesidtniini Piesidtni PicsLtlepiI
iI ini it as a U n 1 f t home toOBMi homeIi
i old Ii foik A t < M ro me also a laugh laughioke Isughat
at ioke ii th p i tut t t played on oee of ofrfigii
1 rfigii mir Wbo matini matinios 100 100fl
fl 1 t 1m It 3 fl the theII
II fr r b bi
i I i4 refl1i os whCi whCiiality t
r I H I h iality altyIi fc fci ufl ufltI
tI b thc i t The Thei lbeF
F > i IkC > oke to ii iiiJul i 1 Lincoln t th thuxtiu
iJul fruit ni i iasking prtss vh li lifl
fl asking u t tiu 14101 14101sahI
sahI IInon 111 111A
A iu Vt Vt Vtl 1 1Ii
Ii r111 l fruit i iir u mutt be fatt fatty cattrd
ir rd < li i t tn ti < y it most e einstructed coahn
oahn 1 < instructed lo arivc arivcP
U i < > n of t toff < P and Mr limoln limolnth
u off ff a co cornon t f th 1 nor halfrip1 halfrip1i
1 mon Ha Hair i flifl ticn flI ti tnc tncly 110lr
lr ir ho h said saidi aid aidow
ow i V sir eat eatfor
for t1 nhliliSt nhliliStbeaii
ly began u 10 > make ugiy notses n4es1011th
1011th w1zih wa almot din dinI
I I 1 Ilk in inL
L
But however questioned they could couldnot couldnot
not euVli an i anser from the stranger strangerOnce i iOnce
Once he proudly raised himself and andsaid andsaid
said saidI
I am in your power you may burn burnme I IT1
me T1 crush me or cut me to pieces but buti
1 i will not answer you you shall not notv
< v VEIl n find out who I am or what is my myname myn
name nameAt n lie lieAt
At these words King Kleanthos or oraed orik
aed ik el the prisoners fetters taken off offn offr1d
n r1d J approaching him fhook his hand hande handiiE
iiE e told him that he appreciated manly manlyv1 I Ivirtues
virtues v1 tues ev even m m his foe ce and that h hW hwO14
wO14 W n H liberate him therefore without withoutfurther tthoutfurther
further quest UK to the reasons of his hisfcufpicioue hhMwpI
fcufpicioue MwpI ous pr rteiif cen near the royal royalrhajnnjar roy roychtier
rhajnnjar Then he invited him to a afriendly k kfriendly
friendly ra meal mealThe al alThe
The Sirangcr was as moved by the theanfmity theipagaunimity
ipagaunimity anfmity of f ine thkia htng and thank thankaccepted thankf4J
f4J accepted th thO han4 hy which he hem heledbtm
ledbtm m to the binqufM binqufMAt
At that time Sparta Spai was not cele celebrated cehbrate ¬
brated yet by that famous black brqtb brqtbwhich brqtbwjdch
which had frightened the ambassadors ambassadorsof
of K4n K ng Xerxes and the intoxicated intoxicatedwere intoxicatedwere 1
were not exhibited to the Lacedaemon Lacedaemonian ¬
ian youth as a warning example of in intemperance intemperanee ¬ I
temperance At the table of the king kingwere j jwere
were served palatable dishes line winffi winffiand wlneand
and the moat deBetous spc < s The Thevoee i ivoice
voice voee of a beautiful Woman dom n alluringly alluringlyinvited alluringlyinvited
invited the stranger to eat and drink drinkAgamede drinkAgarnede
Agamede sat opposite the stranger strangerof
of whom it Was told her that he bad badbeen hadbeen
been sent te aseaasimate her royal bus hushmnd busa busrequently
hmnd hmndFrequently a
Frequently Afeamede amede had seen Beengueste sueh suehgneats
gneats at t her table she was used to toweet tomeet
meet them pleasantly to wait en them themwith themwith
with her white bands and to smfie at atthem attheni
them with her dark eyes ghe be gener generally
ally poured with her own hand aud the thewine
wine into their cups and amiably re requested requeseted ¬
quested them to drink her health healthMany healthMany
Many had drank in this way the theAchaemenidion theAcbaemenidlon
Achaemenidion the poison of cow eowardjce cowardce
ardjce drank of it and betraVed death deathbringing I IbrInIng
bringing secrets shaking and trem tremI
caritage and laughed beartUy heartt4yWash heartt4yWashbc Wash WashWg
Wg i Tunes Tunesla
la a i North Carolina car viHaye lat sum su sumr j
mr I w reed i about the queerest announce annouetmeat i if
meat of a irilbs mec1ut 1 ivse bt 1 1of
of f said ReprlEentative flay 1 rf Virginia VirginiaWho j jWho
Who dropped ba bank k In l Wash1netn n during duringthe 1 u ii iithe
the week for a short burlnc flFt1 suy Tnis risnotice j
notice was a posted oa n i > d If i < 1 1 1cobber sho shojcooKer
jcooKer cobber who eotow n ffi ira afr afrpreacher > i ipitcheattheiuc
preacher pitcheattheiuc at thr nte ti mi ty typ
prUas1on p r0aslo i It rcart rcartI rs rsIWerl
I Tlwre wM l ie e pr pre imis je v > < r m tho thojucs j
tdnf eppesifi the High Mountain hotel hotelthis hotelthlg
this Sundry tiiidj aft rioru r r on Ii in II fiutjcct fiutjcctAll suJeltAil
All e rti 10 not ot Ix niv ievi Will b damned at atOne
3
1 fI 1V1 t tdovE
dovE hi u unre
nre l Y fl flben
ben ai j jinc
One inc of f thf h best cloakroom yarns ans of the theosslon theCS5iO11
osslon of 1 congress ngre Ist cioged was told todrors toldb
b I l y 1 Luiiia111 Luiiia1111t
1t 1 11 i h t i i I ltqa1t ltqa1tt
t 1 1 fli
in ini
i rrgUlSr nigrnu to torors
rors and eternally in some ugly scraae scraaeOne acrh acrhOne
One day da Pardon Bloom an aged Hap Bapt
t u miriste vbf t > afi jired to nc rie ve the thei
i > rn 1 1 i of 1 b iinnnel in P i biy h v on 11 his hisj
1 i 1 I 1 aii mil milt
t
t
j wiu U up with ropes around their theirneck theirJocks
neck Jocksflither
Biither Gunnel iaid id the oM minix minixt nilnistr
t tr r J faf fr th I h t b tIt < s 1 hirf 1 iit
hung like Uk tae waiting shadows on the tbeshores theoris
shores oris of the Styx StyxAgamede StyxAgamede
Agamede now held in her hand the thebrimful thebrimful
brimful gebiet whose cortents were to totransform totransforz
transform < gie Ie bold stranger into a atrembling atrembling
trembling epward e ward but this time she shehesitated I Ihesitated
hesitated to offer the draught The Thestranger Thestranger
stranger wpa w a handsome stately statelyyouth statelyyouth
youth whose smooth and nd noble brow browdid browdid
did not show the slightest wrinkle In Inhis Inhis
his eyes gleamed the fire of courage couragehis couragehis
his face was wa not that of an assassin assassinit
it was frank and bold like the faces of ofthose ofthose
those heroec who singly fight against aRainstarmies againstarmies
armies who do not count their foes foeswho foeswho
who do not feel their wounds and who whodo whodo
do not shut ebuitheir their eyes eyM before the de descen descen1tg
scen scen1tg ng sword It seemed hard to of offer offor ¬
for hi LittO in the magic draught draughtBut drudghtBut
But KieunthOf KIeanth urging her with his hiseyes hiseyes
eyes the next moment found the goblet gublotin
in the hand of the stranger who rats raising ratsing ¬
ing it to hid lips drained its contents contentsto
to the health of the noblest and most mostbeautiful moatbeautiful
beautiful woman of Sparta Queen QueenAgamede QueenAgamede
Agamede After emptying the goblet gobletthe
the stranger held it upturned above abovehis abovehis
his head to show that there was no nodrop
drop left in U and seated himself himselfagain hWselfagain
again Soon his features took a differ different diftcreat ¬
eat aspect his face turned white whitemarble aa aamarble
marble his eyes began to roll bis life lifebecame liPsbetame
became blue and t twitched itched convulsively convulsivelyand
and when he noticedthe edge of the theknife theknife
knife which he had used at the table tabledirected tabledirected
directed towards his body he trem tremblingly tremblitigly
blingly turned it so as to have the tbehandle thehandle
handle pointing at him himhe he was afraid afraidof afraidof
of the iron ironThe ironThe
The magic draught had taken its ef effect effeet ¬
feet fectNoble
Noble stranger Tsal eajd Kleanthos Kleanthosperhaps Eeanthosperhaps
perhaps thou wttt answer my qnes qnestions qetious
tions now nowI
I am at thy command was the themeek themeek
meek reply replyNow replyNow
Now thou wilt not rather die than thanconfess thanconees
confess as thou hast said before beforeAt beforeAt
At these words the youth clenched clenchedhis
his fists and his twitching lips as well
been tc brought tip tI in 1 th the fear of tl I II Lord LordFear TidFtur
Fear of the th < Lord parson areoi1 fxctaimed fxctaimedliriirr xlaimed1551
liriirr v 1551 > ar oi tb wori n ir vi w1u vinfTh1
u > nfTh1 f bn j > s t I n > ihe iheL t he heLoro
L Loro ro that tii tnd y dare iar net 8to our oven on onSunday onStindas
Sunday without a brace of pistls They Theyare Theyare
are hellbent and nothing will save av them themxcrit themI
I xcrit the ro rte rtever e
ver In It I i 1i 1 t sa j < Iate i nvtto nvttof
ate 1 I f Ailanjta Ailanjtatiuii
4 w I I 1 1 1 t f I i I 0 0too
too iiJ 1 ii 41pig hiaKoLi r I T 1 j di 1 v rii riifr 1 IL ILer
fr who did his early Wak ork uo that Journal JournalI I It
I will never forget the tb calidown the cap captain captaut
taut gave me one day wh 1 hod KI J shown shownup
up 0 considerably the worse for f r a three threedays threedays
days Indian I idio ti righting expedition I i ailed ailedii a
ii 1111 < 0 1 his den and read MIC 1 1 nt 1 0 an 1 t in intbis JOlit
tbis lit vS
1 > tiii > i hi > ic hai onV to toI v vI > >
I just want to say lo 9 you that this jourt jourtt mliiiii
t ii run on systematic BrtKcipts There Thcfreis ThereLa
is a Job for or every man and every man manmutt manmut
mutt ftifk to his Job Bill Homohill does doesthe doesthe
the jirayir raving Henry Grads th clieming cliemingMliii liemingsti
Mliii by i gal v i jo iht tb ilfillkiUK for forilii or ort1
ilii t1 whi w < 1fIl I am m n nt < > t reniv > fi I to toareund TOI
I t1 th 0 1 t o r tot totpnor
pnor tto it tItt
around town here and write your stuff stuffwithout I Iwithout
without drinking then you bad best bestthrow beatthrow
throw up ti yojw job before requested to todo todo
do so soF
F didnt ITd1 I givr gIl h < capta 10 m 11 opiiortur opiiorturity oprtrIt
ity It tr t iinp i or < > r mt ni itaii h lnl I let letMm IIIOlrt
Mm ro ai i i i h v vA vA
A farew farceell l afcry by Representative Rob IlobIn Robtnon
In tnon on of lydiena It diana wan thi thiGaod this thisGo4
Gaod old Dr Richard Johnson f ray raysial mySITI
sial SITI 1 wis Wt in Ill tho th habit ha hit of n u1t < r I i < his
as the convulsive trejBble of hie m sane saneelsa a acles
elsa showed bow be battled against againstthe glnslthe
the cursed cha chn m He remembered all allhis allhis
his heroic deeds and tried to overcome overcomethis overcomethis
this cowardly feeling In vain ealupotsou The Thepoison
poison was strong his leached pats patsopened sts stsopeusd
opened slowly his muscles relaxed and andthe endthe
the darkness of fear showed showedplainly plainly in inhis inhis
his eye eysa he shuddered and then thengroaned thenI
groaned groanedI
I will confess everything everythingThen erythingThentell
Then Thentell tell me first who thou art and andwhat andwkJat
what thy name namei napeI
i am m Aristomenes the leaser of the theMe theMeeecniansatammeid
Me Meeecniansatammeid vrians etammered the hero lean leaning fl ¬
hi hIs bea head against the back ef his hiscouch hisconch
couch couchAil conch41i
Ail that was an important catca catcaThe catcaThe
The hold leader him hirnelfj elff The soul ef eftbe ofthe
the enemy in Ifleanthas palace withinthe within withinthe
the walls of Sparta Parta This was a per perfect perect ¬
fect ect triumph triumphAnd triumphAnd
And what fordidst thou come here hereasked hereasked
asked tbe tbekIng king to afeaacinate ssjnte me meI meI
I did not come te murder thee re repe4 repld
pe4 the captive captiveKleanthos captiveRleaflthos
Kleanthos sfigIiltzu angrily struct hl htst pst upon uponthe uponthe
the tae TeM me the truth or I will willhave willhave
have thee killed on the spot spotI pOt pOtI
I prithee net to frighten me said saidthe saidthe
the terrified man Thou seest me metrembling metrembllng
trembling before thee Do not no ask e eAristomenes of ofrlstomnes
Aristomenes te kiss thy feet for if thoo thoowmhest thtaiwIshast
wmhest it he will d do that also I did didnot didnot
not come te assassinate thee I came camebecause earnsbecause
because I had seen see thy spouse whose whoseeyesare whesaeyesareso
eyesare eyesareso so bewitching I Intended tn to tosecret o osecret
secret myself hi thy chamber and while whileAgamedf whileAgamedg
Agamedf was sleeping to press a kjar kjaron kjsaon
on her cheek only a soft oft kiss ae aa aanot asnot
not to wake her and then to return returnI
I swear swearby by the gods godsthat godsthatAristom that thatAristomenes
Aristomenes Aristom nee could not say any more moreHe moreHe
He sank fainting from the couch and andif andIf
if the tears had not rolled down his hischeek hischeeks
cheek one could have believed him himdead himdead
dead deadLeaning deadLeanIng
Leaning against toe shoulder of her herhusband herhusband
husband Agamede saw sawwha Whi4 she had
common sense tells them cant be big bigenough bigenough
enough to awing a bull on by b his histail histaiL
tail Then they feel foolish and re resentful reseutful ¬
sentful at havipg been so easily taM taken taMen ¬
en in A Spanish orchestra of two twoguitars toguitars
guitars two mandolins and a sither sitherto
to flip out Spanish music atid a flute flutea
a clariouettc and a violin to blepu blepuand blepdand
and soften it hardly soothes the mal malcontents tnztlcontents ¬
contents They think now that they theywill theywill
will get nothing better than moving movingpictures movingpictures
pictures and they wish they had hadsome hadsome
some bad eggs ready But if they had hadthey hadthey
they wouldnt woudnt throw them because becausewhat becausewhat
what would be the satisfaction m msmashing utsmashing
smashing them on mere marionettes marionettesYes
Yes this is a show of mechanical mechanicalfigures mechanaLfigures
figures yet so skillfully made and andoperated andoperated
operated as to be a good entertain entertainment entertainmeat ¬
meat for half an hour They are half halfthe halfthe
the size of life and quite as s natural naturalEach naturalEach
Each must require a separate opec operator opecator ¬
ator at the ends of the wires over overhead overbead ¬
head These wires areinvisHrtP are invlalbli but butthey butthey
they must be numerous for they give giverealistic giverealistic
realistic ncifctrr p rrr the nen and the thebeasts theb thehe
beasts beastshe b
he first PCCIIC is outside the bull bullfVnconf bullrtg
rtg fVnconf arrive since afooton afoot n horse horse1d
1d > 4 In eairi4gjNk04Eguf eairi4gjNk04EgufFSnch eatri dott dottiiCh
FSnch iiCh and Juay U y and andJffefttMt are areJIfrka >
JffefttMt than any dummies I Ihave IbaceIe
have baceIe teen i even VeU the Marionette Marionettetheatre MarionettethPjvO
theatre whtcb preaents plays in the theIt theIlsj
It Ilsj 9tan theatre ef New York The Theaeeend Theaecui
aeeend aecui eeene e Cne dhwloses the arena arenawith arenawith
with tler tierr of seats Oiled by people peoplesome peoplesame
some of Oft the women fanning tftei tfteiselveSr tnetaelysup
selveSr aome me of the men gesticulat gesticulating ¬
lug and all aI astir in a naturalistic naturalisticmultitude naturalisticmultitude
multitude They make an animated animatedbackground animatedbsmgrQwd
background for or what ensuca in the thetlftf theel4i
tlftf el4i Three kreC mateadors walk in and andboV amibow
bow The toreador enters takes off offhis ofthis
his cap in n a aalute at Sid > d retires retiresgracefully retiresufly
gracefully gracefullyTnen ufly uflyTheit
Tnen the hull is turned loose Two Twomounted Tw Twmonted
mounted picadors adom come in to torment tormenthiiB tormoni
hiiB i with lth their darts while the he na nateatfers rna rnateedors
teatfers goad him to fury with their theirred thalrred
red clothe till he gores one of the thehorses thehorses
horses p > death Then comes the en encounter encOunter ¬
counter between the toreador and the thebull thebull
bull It hi an illusory imitation with withi withthe
i the spectators applauding amf shout shouting alianlug ¬
lug the noises being made for them themby themby
by the human operators and the or orchestra ortheatre
theatre providing suitable n nuejc > usic The Theend Theend
end te I the death of the bull of course courseand coqaeand
and his hi body Is dragged out by byteam a ateam
team of mutes The curtain falUaad falUaadthe faLLndthe
the 0pa paaiish 1teh musicians play A Hot HotTVne HutTime
Time in the Old Town Tenigbt T nlght to toshow o oshow
show that they bear no ill will for forwhat totwhat
what we did in Cuba CubaThe CubaThe
The Spanish big show here i J1 J1Alai
Alai 3l 210 feet by l 167 7 on the grstM4 grstM4and rei reiand
and TO feet in height That bat l Itd tetf tetfthose y yth
those th are the dimensions of th thbufld thbufldlnL buIW buIWing
ing but twothirds of the spa imce1C imce1C1ve tf tfgiven
given 1ve up p to seats for 19M Hgect4 Hgect4tora spetLtot
tora tot Only 247 47 saw the opening peitti pub pubbperformance inibWperforTa
bperformance WperforTa lwe I was the be dry flri flrief 1rt
ef 0 them to hand bi a dollar That Thatwas1 Thatwa
was1 wa because bea I got there an hour boo r too tooearly toocaijy
early Th Tht treasurers oQce wasnt wasntopen walttopen
open yet but the manager ordered orderedhim orderedhim
him to raisehis raiseS hi window and so I Igot 1got
got the ititil ticketfrom titket from the bunch bunchfor buttehfor
for a reserved seat The Miauager Miauagerf noinagrsaid
f said aid Thank you sir flnd On maybe mayfebis maybehis
his gratitude came of a fcreknovvi fcreknovvied crekoowledge
ed edge e that only a m few dollars of the themany themany
many invested in JaiAlai ouid be bereturned beretuined
returned that afternoon It is one of ofthe ofthe
the numerous very costly entertain entertainments entertainments
ments at the fair that are uncertain uncertainas unceta1nas
as yet about profit or 155 OP When I Ientered Ientered
entered after a kiitirie 1tri rr < H the themanager themanager
manager bowed suillrulv LLS though thoughI
I were a ma rnaToL 01 o iii ii l tf t1 hand siruc struck
cnnv rs4ition vith i1 of < > urv ui M < J bring bringof
of f cxursr kUfs in wiih Wi ar r 1 rrv r y hut hutfl ut uthe
ihe I UM I hy 1 a afuui ofina
he fl was ta finally fIia I Il irri ri
fuui > Uuu ts idju ii in rt K3 torc torchad tr trhad
had been called to exidain wome accounts accountswhich
which were bcnK tI or < j i in i th > 8ettte 8etttem
m mnent nt of an est estSt t fif s of Of bfV patents patentsbad who wholad
bad died ilklThe diedThe
The doctor dott ° r wi n a ir iwis w w1I1d wa wathat
1I1d rrt ro 4 1 os osz
that z 1a I he tost 5t a < SOMJ Tt 1 t Mm t I iMrov iMrovins I hrn hrntie
ins tie in In his of up itt i vphiili vphiiliing 11 11ing
ing to th ibe ct tuorl iri o 0 U i i Jii Jiiwill 4i 4ialit
will look ovr this tIll y ye u wid flnij fin that thatMr thatMr
Mr Smith was taken sick mid of rour rourh tOurT
h < sent for or me me to t vi viit it him tim i > rot rr ekitaIli ekitaIliof Mi iuuly iuulyof
of course ours I did vi I11 H him of tt cr nurse nurseani > urs ursand
and fait thi is the tli prfw iioi I or r the tta hill hillfor billI
for I the pnscriptiv cr 1 vwh vwhtuk t he hel
tuk And l l of It oi oiThe 11 11llte
The good I ii iimerclfwily 1 1 = 11 UT UTmercifully
mercifully about hi hia and t coarse itO itOdied Be Bedied
died that he never used It again ifl When Whentalking Whentalking
talking t te him after that if anyone saM saMof
of 3 course his face would flush and his hisanger hisanger
anger could be easily ly JetcoeJ jetrztWash jetrztWashIogton Va h hington
ington Times Timesi
i ilarltoil l to ur r r rA 1A
A jrrom at veterans were telling sMHl stutCat s sat
at the sue Alljfn itn house las last < t evening and one onejof oneof
of the number related one about When Whenhis hefl heflhis
his regiment wn wcs down in iii northern VIe Virginia VIeginia ¬
ginia He said saidV saidTre
V > wrc eiltinc uro r fl iinpfbv iinpfbvrf i
rf 0 nisrt and i yl h K 1s 1ssaid
JO ti about Wv I
40 if we had a lot o neTiv nc sutIfter sutIftersaid
said If be had a ni < of f money hed hedspend hedspendtt
spend spendtt It Ill U for tobacco tnece Another ad hed hedget btdget
get out of rt rtc arm ii oi < 1 ff > tn 1 ICurotK ICurotKH
H fald aid tvd i 1 Viiv 11 n J I I 1 iimi fxeryboil I
ntade nf the handsome young hero heron heronw >
n nw w Baling trembling and shedding sheddingbearswhose j
bearswhose tears whose only crime was his long longinL i iing
ing to kiss her herTile I IThe
The rejoicing was great in g 6parta 6partawhen part a awhen
when the tidings spread of the capture captureof
of Aristomenes Kleanthos invited the thewte j
whole army They banqueted in the thepublic theubUc
public ubUc square at long tables loaded loadeddown loadeddown
down with huge anaphoras filled with withwine withwine
wine of which anybody could drink lo lohis 1 1his
his hearts content contentUntil contentusii
Until noon the city was unusually unusuallylively unusuallylively
lively In the afternoon it quieted quieteddown quietedtlowfl
down JM fld d toward evening deep d ° ep stillness stillnesswas utilinessus
was reigning in strong contrast to the theusualcoarse theusual
usualcoarse usual tourse of festivities which whichreaches whichreaches
reaches its climax at night nightWhat nightWhat
What had happened No one walks walksthrougB walksthrough
through Spartas streets singing no noone tiepe
one pe stands at the corner to boast of ofheroic ofheroic
heroic deed no one cheers for Klean Kleanthos Klcanthos ¬
thos thosAnd thosAnd
And where is the king himself himselfAre himselfAre
Are the sentinels at the palace gates gatesfreezing gatesfreezing
freezing that they crowd together togetheragainst togetherajalnit
against the walls covering their faces facesand facesand
and dare not stop the white figure figurewhich I Iwhich
which slipping past takes its way waytoward waytoward
toward the prison prisonEven prisoneven
Even the prison watch dare not stop stopitjwhen stopitwben
itjwhen they aee eje the gleaming point of ofa ofa
a sharp sword directed against them themthough themthough
though it is only a woman womanIt womanItls
It Itls Is the thewife wife of the king the beauti beautiful beautiful ¬
ful Agamede who felt pity toward the theyoung theyoung
young hero who had risked his life for fora tela
a kiss from her She regretted to have havedelivered haysdelivered
delivered him to his ruin and deter determined determined
mined to save him again againThe againThe
The deep silence in Sparta heralded heraldedwhat heraldedwhat
what she had done He who had drunk drunkfrom drunkfrom
from the wine at atthe the festival of today todayhas todayha8
has looked himself in hiS room and andlistened atIdlistened
listened anxiously to any noise on the thestreet thestreet
street Nyx the Queen of Night Is Isclamoring Isclamoring
clamoring now outside black steeds steedsare steedsare
are drawing her chariot in front of her herare
are Hitting the spectres of dreamland dreamlandI dreamlandbychnos
I Iiychnos and Thanalos and the child
VVS VVSFREAK
FREAK THEATRES ON Wfe iT LOUIS FAIR PIKE PIKEBY
q BY FRANKLIN F fYIIES Y L E S t
St Louis May ay ayin M I
in 1 HAVE but wan eye to o aee your yourI
j I show wld said an Irishman Irishmanat
at a theatre window on the thePike th thPike
Pike an n un t ye le v vhalf 155 lii tr trhalf
half price prtceTo priceTo
To see this show with even one oneeye oneeye
eye said the fellow ins4e is isworth Isworth
worth double the price of admission admissionThat admissionThet
That was at the portal of the Irish IrishNational IrishNational
National theatre named for and andaanctioued andncUoue4
aanctioued by that Irish National Natlinaltheatre Nationaltheatre
theatre in Dublin which presents the theplays theplays
plays of Yeats add his coterie of ofmodern ofi
i modern Irish authors a thors I went in to
1 see 5 if anything was beipg beii done one in inthe inthe
the Teats way to elevate the stage stageI
I saw it get at Irish htet which to totwo Istwo
two steps down as the saying goes goesTheDublin goneThe
TheDublin The Dublin stock company didnt didntpresent didntpresent
present a Teats drama that after afternoftn afterneon
neon nor or fny other play save saveKer saveKerI h > r rturned
I PteTgftjr ce wkle ts tsaua
aua gonki ion lrour1eeft lrour1eeftturned
turned from French into Irish Irish4ainu and ands4bneW
s4bneW 4ainu S Miinjsl week He HeHked Heliked
liked to toet et thefUhaV eld 14 servant servantnd
1 dndltwauregar4ad nd it was regarded hy many as s his hisbeat
beat totetrtMt r luimet here ft wtts taken by byLuke byLuke
Luke Hvrtiri so exactly iii Bond Bondcaults BondcauIt
caults cauIt manner that really there therewere therevere
were no differences that my memory memorycould memorycould
could recalL All the rest of the show showwas showwas
was genuine Irish singing of Irish IrishSOURS Irishsoags
SOURS dancing of Irish dances and andplaying andI
I playing of Irish harps and bagpipes bagpipesIt
I It was no wonder that the oneeyed oneeyedIrishruan oneeyedlrlshiaan
Irishruan behaved aa though the tick ticket ticket
et seltf sellers rs words had come true trueThe trueThe
The Irish theatre on the Pike Pikenot Pikenotthe not notthe
the Teats one iif iii Dublin for that has hasno hasno
no house of Its own and gives a per performance pertormanee
formance only once in awhile awhilehas awhilehasan has hasan
an auditorium to seat a thousand thousandpersons thousandpersons
persons Its walls are hung with red redYhite redwhite
white and blue bluealao also green greenand and with withstars withstars
stars and stripes stripesalso also harps Over Overtbe Overthe
the four boxes are the emblematic emblematicshields embismatleskitlds
shields of Irelands provinces of Ul Ulster uistar ¬
star Monster Connanght and I Lain Lainster > in inater
ater The one for Leinstev bears a aharp aharp
harp and the oneeyed Irishman was waspleased waspleased
pleased by the sight of K bat he re rearded e ejNuded
jNuded arded Munsters three crowns with wtthdisfavor withdisfavor
disfavor disfavorIsnt disfavorI
I Isnt that right I i asked askedDomned askedDomn00
Domned if I think ao he replied repliedJust repliOdJust
Just then the th cnrtfcfn went qgv an anIrrt anIrish
Irrt Irish boy played Ink Iris tastes o kwh kwhpipes bU h hpipes
pipes and nd two Irish hoys daneed a aIrish an anIrish
Irish its A smile drove the thefrown thefrownfrom frown frownfrom
from the eneeyed Irishmans Iriehmt ns face faceand faeeI
I and nd he began to get twffehts moneys moneysworth oney8worth
worth The singers and dancers had hadbeen hadbeen
been made in Ireland Their faces facesand feI
I and IJII their brogues proved K I The Themon Themen
mon and boys were ugly withoojt witbot an anexception anexception
exception and the wqmen V ind d girto girtowere trls trlswere
were an uniformly pretty There was wasp as asi
i p > ne e young fellow wtttt a ycee which whichrnight avbfrhmIght
mIght nmltt him as a bMadfct aetor aetorthe
the fucceaaor of Chaunce CH Ohiot < t If Ifhis Iflila
his countenance were a pleasantsfbt pleasant pleasantsight
sight The male dancers dn were eve a half halfdosei j
dosen youths and urchins at whose whosefaceslet j
face faceslet let me call them mus morthere pleaw pleawthere
there was no pleasure in looking ioo1ngttt
But ttt there were no 4s if suits nile in their lee leeor lea leaor
or feet How they did Jig aud a ad lilt liltand liftCM
and do sit 11 the other things known to tonative tonative
native Irish dancing They were werestrIetty j jstrictly
strictly legitimate and orthodox orthodoxwithout wthodozithout
without a a taint of English dogging
Scotch reeling or American negro negrofrnplBlrut negroI
I frnplBlrut The music for them was wasmade wasmdp
made mdp by a single boy with a bag bagpipe bgpjpe ¬
pipe pipeAnd
And the thecolleens coUeens oh o the colleens
w
The oneeyed Irishman and I agreed agreedthat agreedthat
that they were det delights hts to our pair pairand pairand
and a half haltof of optics It seemed to as asthat usthat
that a girt of 14 er so se whose smile smilemade smilemade
made dimples come into her cheeks cheeksand cheeksand
and whose shy manner seemed an anapology anapologr
apology fqf f what her bffsky legs were weredoing weredoing
doing waa wai the uttermost in ideal idealbogtrotters idlbogtrotterstifl
bogtrotters bogtrotterstifl till another a few fewyears fewyears
years older and a few points more morerotruish I IrogUish
rogUish sang ng for us aa wen as asdanced s sdanced
danced dancedThe dancedThe
The stage sm shbwsof8t > ws of 8t Louis in fair faurttme fairtime
time are to embrace before June to toover Isever
over two tw big spectacles illustrative illustrativeof
of the Louisiana I4SuIsianui purchase various variousplays variOusplays
plays in Japaneae peneee Chinese and other otherOriental otbemOriental
Oriental languages and many minor minorthings minorthings
things of a theatrical nature But Butnothing Eutotblng
nothing is likely to be more aston astontubing aittuliIshing
tubing than th what to done in the Irish IrishNational IrishNational
National theatre on Monday omiday even evenings cystlags ¬
lags when it ceases to be sordid an4 an4becomes aitbecomes
becomes uncommertialiy literary literarywith literarywith
with one or another ef the plays from fromDobUn fromDublin
Dublin OVUHM of Tefttii And IU1 his high highIwoaed igh ighbrowed
browed coterie < of > f pfirUc IrIshmen I Ihav Ibae
hav bae seen there en Mie I eflkertgh eflkertghthere PIke right rightdye
there sap 4Iie1a4 fetve P1lrn P1lrngye
dye niaiiM moipdthelt theUMtt 1 ieVforrnahte ertt > rrnanr rrnanrpeirdre er erDelrdre
peirdre ottt outside oV of f Krln That te tethe Isthe
the dramatic rewriting In metre hy hyGeorge hpIleorge
George Russell ef the ancient Drud Drudic
ic 11 legend that Kmg Kin Conchobar I kept keptDeidro keptDeMn
Deidro hidden from mans eyes pri primarily psimaclIp ¬
marily because a Druid had predict predicted
ed that through the maiden the mon monarchs wonarchs ¬
archs reign Would come to ruin and andafterward andfterwari
afterward because he lusted for her herthat herthat
that nevertheless she and the young youngwarrior youngarrksr
warrior Naiai met loved and fled fledaway CeOaway
away that the elopemeot canard canardwarfare causedwarfare
warfare the death f the sweethearts sweetheartsand mveetheareand
and the fulfillment of the prophecy prophecyIfytes prophecyMyles
Myles Murphy director ef the Pike Piketheatre Piketheatre
theatre oIrisb song dance and mu music ruinsic ¬
sic is a Qaelic jKboter and a Teat Teatite YentalIe
lIe 80 he yields his stage ence a aweek aweek
week to a party of young Irish men menand menand
and women who have nome to tothe see seethe
the fair and have brought along some someexamples someexamples
examples oC the modern Irish school schoolof
of intellectual drama dramaThese hamaThese
These cnthiifjaefo cnthuiasi have scant skill skillin skillIp
in acting aftbOJwh they had prac practiced practiced ¬
ticed at bmne IIOIn4S te te plays that they theydot
dot on and wW WItfbey fhy did Is ai aiteurishly ama amateurishly
teurishly devoid of theatrical art b but butthey t tthey
they are proficient logutimUsts they
have been tratoed by f the he authors to toapeak tospeak
speak the lines meaningly and ae aethey sothey
they are pteasnjttabte to listen to tt ttet Ifuiut
uiut et to Io4k Ot at aLt They rho are outflated outflatedwith outfiatedwith
with tbe tItctuit paaatiumni sod propertten properttenused pvupertiused
used in ff blin and are quite ideal ¬
lath wh wftep i they stand and t sift lift st dltoS dltoSHlitslonairy d1
Illusionary ithsn hen they m move vb about aboutexcepting abouteaceptiuig
excepting e shells pBKwi who fcee keos keosthe s sthe
the heroine graceful all the white whiteIjfow
Iow Ijfow aH thajt gives good satisfaetUp aatisfaett aatisfaettto
to those wimp a to > into the Irish tfi tfiatre the theatre
atre advleedW on 4 Monday nigM nigMbut nLgtbut
but how < M9 It strike the > visitorfun visitor visitorSwho
who come 4un thePike bmkjmmg fbi fbifun
fun Wnu it doewol strike them at atalL t talL
alL It mfese them iiU tolteIy tolteIySpaIn rely relySpain >
Spain Ip near nearby t y IrehUKf in the ge georraphy goOZJphy
orraphy of the th Pike nut far ojrmeta ojrmetapitoricaJiy ° fmetaphoricafly
pitoricaJiy te e Thatr < l Ll4nOla Ll4nOlahas > panels panelshas
has a bull ngm C Tlf rt1 sigsi eigstarIs oanls and andPicture andpieture
Picture S4 a the th iitraiur I I t ri 4 sax 1 o I The Thebacker Thebarker
backer awert it loudly Tho I tt ticket tirketsetter ticketseller
setter affirms that it Is tr j The Thepeople rhopeople
people who enter ought to know bet better betbr ¬
ter yet many of ii them plainly hope to tosee tosee
see the Spanish national sport in all allverity allverity
verity They look around arouo for the thearena theare
arena are only to I o find themselves thcrnl cc in a arath aY
rath Y handsome t little till theatre with witha
a Curtained itt siagf ug of f a size o0 A hKh o i as
up Yankee Doodle I didnt see him himsignal himsignal
signal to the leader tout one may a awell as aswell
well be proud when it costs nothing nothingextra nothingextra
extra and nobody knows ahout H 80 80I
I marched to my seat with head up upas upas
as though that Spaniard and I had hadshaken hadshaken
shaken hands across the bfoody bfoodychasm bfoodychasm
chasm of the Cuban wary wet wetJalAlai
JaiAlai as practiced by the Span Spaniardtjs Spaniardea
iardtjs in their own country is a ag ayrne
g yrne atne to gamble with and you yo may mayremember mayyemember
remember it in connection with an anaccusation anaccusation
accusation against our General Wood Woodthat Woodthat
that he improperly licensed it to a amonopoly amonopoly
monopoly of capitalists in Havana Havanaafter Havanaafter
after our occupation of that city cityThe cityThe
The same company has introduced it ithere Ithere
here and it is said that they count counted counted ¬
ed on pool selling for a profit in the theventure theventure
venture The game lends itself itselfquite itselfquite
quite ae readily to that purpose as asi
i horse racing as each separate play player
er has a score of his own in every everyfeat everyinning
inning paide from the success or do dofeat
feat of his team St Louis has never neverdealt neverdealt
dealt harshly with the doctors of ofj ofchances
j chances from pool sellers to three threecard threecard
card monte flippers but the author authorities authorI ¬
ities I es have defid 4tdOI d that none of those tho0elfmK9 thoseI
I lfmK9 Jfta eAMWa W be p piled ie < t near nearfair i ifair
fair And JaiAlai te just ovfr overtM overtMfence the thefence
fence from the grounds So the thebans X Xbans
bans are cut off from expected rev revenue revenue ¬
enue and must depend on onpopularity a possibfe possibfepopularity
popularity of the sport itself to save savetheir savetheir
their money moneyWill moneyWill
Will JaiAlai be payingty attract attractive attractlye ¬
lye without the betting adjunct It Itie Itis
ie much likelawn like lawn tennis and hand handbH handball
bH and a little like baseball but butJncks butiticks
Jncks the variety of our national nationaljajn national1e
jajn 1e It te exhibited on a low plat platfonn platfpltm
fonn thirtysix feet wide and 209 209Ions 200lttpg
Ions against a wall opposite the tnetiers thet4ers
tiers of spectators seats The Tb play player ¬
er a has a wicker extension fastened fastenediflrmly fastenedmuily
iflrmly muily to his right wrist and hand handThe IndZhe
The Appliance suggest one of those thosebaskets thosebuakets
baskets in which Spanish red wine wineis wiseIs
is served In modish hotels so that it itmay itmay
may net be shaken b setting up the thebottlea thebottles
bottles OB the table after it has been beenlying beenlyIng
lying dawn in the bin But it is islonger islonger
longer and shaped more like a nar narrow j jrow
row spoon It to used like an don elongated dongated ¬
gated hand to throw the ball against againstthe againstI
I the Wall at one end of tbe tbepI Aatforin Aatforinand tform tformand
and to catch it on the rebound There Thereare Thereen
are variotw rules and feguationff feguationffhut
hut the purpose to to keep the ball in inrtiotion inion
rtiotion ion Whenever a man lets it ittouch ittbU45b
touch the ground for more taaa a aingle asingle
ingle bounce It counts a point for forthe tot11s
the other aide aideThe aideThe
The swift supple and usually grace gtacefui gracerut
rut activity of the Spaniard asthey astheycatch astbeycteh
catch the ban in their caataa or yr baa baakethands hashMbands
kethands like t tealn < ej ai players ayers with withracket witisikckete
racket and throw U back against againstthe aginstthe
the end wan like a baseball pitcher pitcherwith
with at arm five f feet t long makes an anai ananljsidibd
ai anljsidibd nrffd show The six who served servedi
i ill < he gave that I saw bore names PUflOSthat namesthat
that loeked I IkIId In the programme pr grmme like like1czemL j
j Koztrna Tonwiiti Ataxia At ia lcn1n lcn1nI
I Kiti ci tI Hysteria and Delirium But Butj Butthe
j th the < men stolid for robast health AH AHj Allver
j wf ver rf handsoinr enough for Adontoea Adontoeaiir5
iir5 ir miKhtplote on them without an anT
i T fffort They ought to be snapabM snapabMf
f for moving pictures F5y using the theamra themamera
amra at the most vioi violent rt pOrtion pactionof
of the game and by turnhig turnIu the thedsnk thecsnk
dsnk of the projectlvc machine fast fastJaAlai fastlAlai
JaAlai might be expedited advan advanj adsantageously
j tageously tageouslyAre
Are you in a hurry to b he tnlil about abouthe shoutthe
the < he Cairo Sire street whlfh of course coursehads oupePads
Pads off from toiii the Pike It is the
had ori1e Eprelal illeet i II v w ii bi h htI
tI loish 011111 a riilth dltt ti n Iuhniin in iT i ii
i t1T4 IIP part > i smokinc his iiiif aril 1 1 iiu t trn
1 CrET rn tj liavfc aive muci 10 ti say iv atwiit it One Ji JiutI j jof
of the boys askeM him what he would do doif b bif >
if h he had a lo loT of wealth wealthWell weathIVCII
Well pni Oiil tell vvz phat fd do mnKiy moiJiyumtck j jillicit
illicit Oid Oi ti bite ii i substituir ittI1 111 and 5 1TIl l RO ROtu 5 5TI
tu TI NfW York Hiid it OJI m 1 jmt t up II at th list big bigv
i t I iii t iv I I I II rr It ItI
I IIif k t tI
I I 1 I 1Il P 1 flTIlTtY 1 II
iud 11 a 1 th fo
1t feeO v ofmi rtiiip Kjfc < rffe And nt1 thin begorra begorraOid
Oid buy a New York newspaper and andout go goUt
out Ut in the hotel office and sit s1 down tOll anrtT tOllnut
T nut ut me fee feet in no > on the lb winder uittl r and tIll ok okver k I II
I ever ver me paper and say t5 th wonder why whyin by byitt
in hell the tb army dint move moveTi moveI
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L LO ia bi b ilii th JtUiliualuiua tLoo1ho i eei iigtt tItus niusUncle tItusUncle
Uncle Joe is an ow negro on a farm farmnear farmnear
near Chesapeake City Md a farm owned ownedby ownedby
by the family whose slave he was year yearago
ago Heis He Is a widower and lately has hasnpruced
npruced up to a degree Not long since sinceline 4IT1 4IT1fifl
line fifl of the young men of th the i 1il > la < startd startdfor sto ri 1
for the city when be was v o hiijleu by byJo i I i iIh
Ih < Jo JoMistub JoMlstIt
Mistub < 1 irci lu u siid rl itt i iyou >
you done goJn oin to town Tow might do dou doa
u favor foil me meCirtatnly
Cirtatnly Uncle was the response responseWhatMB responsekll
WhatMB it itV11
V11 kll you might mightyou you might Kit a mar marin 0T 0Trig
rig litote fh fhW01t
W01t flal WI lOll I Iru
in ulU ii irc ru w e jif ILt ti tiIll I IIll
Ill get the llrvnse sirte Incle Ill get getit getit
it and rode off offAfter offAfter
After attending tteTdl p to his own wt affairs in int totewt
t tewt > wr > he e iidfenlv rfm rCmeOvrl nih r < i h mir mirTtHK mrrag
rag li tien eni < but w ke II nv < I l In > r i
spectre Pollar with its parotmfling parotmflingtongue protruInXtongue
tongue Tonight one has to dread the thenursery thenurseiy
nursery talcs talcsThe talcaThe
The chains of the prisoner were rat rattling rattlhig ¬
tling and his heart beat vfelently aa he hesaw hesaw
saw the I he queen descend the stairs of his hisdungeon hisdungeon
dungeon The pernicious charm of the themagis theniagis
magis draught had jNau way by this thistime thistime
time and he was miinf mosthe jlilljt rtii hero of ofore ofore
> ore though be weltOIsrad i rll ttJMjtf Kd what whathad whatbud
had happened yesterday yesterdayBrave esterd5pBrave
Brave Aristomenes etld the queen queenthou queent
thou t deeervest death for thy boldness boldrwssthut boldnesshut
hut I do not want thy blood to stain stainmy stainmy
my conscience May a Spartan Here Herekill herokill
kill thee in battle but not in chains chainsand hainsand
and for the sake of a womans eyes eyesshall eyesshall
shall thAu die Thy prison is open openthou openthou
thou rnayst go through the streets no nobody o obody ¬
body will stop thee thy command will willopen willPen
open the gates for there to no man at atthis atthIs
this hour in Sparta But hurry After Afterthe Afterthe
the first crow of the esck k every one onewill onewill
will be awake again and then thou thoucanst thouca
ca canst nat not escape any more moreAristomenes moreAristomenes
Aristomenes took the hands of the thequeen thequeen
queen and replied repliedOh repliedOh
Oh gracious queen moat beautifulor beautiful
or women why dost thou liberate me meIf meI
If I I I escape today I WilL return tumor tomorrow tumorro <
row ro w for the same reason that brought broughti
i In > hither yesterday yesterdayMay yesterdayMay
May the gods prevent the from fromthat fromthat
that stammered Agamede AgamedeThey AgassedeThey
They cannot prevent me from It ItThe ItThe
The longing for a kiss from thee had hadmade hadmade
made me insane and therefore I Will Willthrow Willthrow
throw my life a hundred times at thy thyfeet thyfeet
feet if thou givest me mefreedom freedom a hun hundredfold hw hwdredfold ¬
dredfold Do not liberate me there therefore therefore ¬
fore but let me be killed in my chainssitoc chains chainssince
since for a kiss front thee I will ever everbe eVilbe
be ready to sacrifice my life lifeAgamede fifeAgamede
Agamede saw the handsome youth at ather ather
her feet she asked herself why such sucha
a hero such a man should die for the thesake thesake
sake of an unsatisfied longing and andwith andwith
with this she bowed down to him and andwinding andwinding
winding her arms around his neck neckkissed neckkissed
kissed his quivering lips
same that it was in Chicago except exceptthat exceptthat
that what is done in the theatreis theatreisdifferent theatreiadifferent
different in the direction dlre tlon of decency decencyThe decencyThe
The Cairo girls are on the stage but butonly butonly
only a pair of them and their dan dancing danclog ¬
clog though wicked to leas so than it itwas Itwas
was in Chicago The bosses of the thefair thefair
fair have censored this show but butmaybe butmaybe
maybe they will get too busy with withother withother
other affairs when the crowds come cometo cometo
to keep tab on this one And the theweather theweather
weather baa been cool in May The Thetemperature Thetemperature
temperature will rise in June The Theeirene Thesirens
sirens are ready and willing to go as asfar asfar
far beyond sensuousness inV Ino > sala salaciousness salaclousneas
ciousness as the authorities will let letthem letthem
them Their pots are boilin and the thelids thelids
lids now held down ae that only a alittle alittle
little steam to visible may fly oft bye byeand byeand
and bye If that happens other and andgrosser andgrosser
grosser members of the troupe will willbe willbe
be introduced introducedThe introducedThe
The two chosen to begin wear blue bluetunica bluetunics
tunica and an loose red trousers tiuns rs hi the theharem theharem
harem faahton Until then tI thne cornea corneathey romeothey
they sit drowsily in the row of eight sightnative eightnative
native musictans Budde Buddeously Su Oeqlly the built builtously
ously suggestive tune ef efthe Cduh Cduhwigglepaggle
wigglepaggle 00a0Or ItOPtI UP UPJbst
Jbst aiskL t P0 P0metttseleeiI
metttseleeiI metttseleeiIthe
the country froCb froCbwith th1j Lhs 1pi 1piwith
with a ditty of the poof pao J flOeotrY flOeotrYmaid a r < eWiKry eWiKrymaid
maid who had never tfeett en the Street Streetof Mrestof
of Cairo and d en the tb Midway Mdw she shehad shehad
had never strayed At thaflent the Ant fa familiar tajnlllar ¬
miliar noes the spectators wake up upo updo
do < o do the girls Then each In heir heirturn Z Zturl
turn and nd afterwards together they theyjso theygo
jso through what isnt isn a dance at all allas allas
as we regard dancing but a succeft succeftsion aucc auccMon
Mon of posturing with hardly hardlymovement any anymovement
movement of their feet and a plenty plentyof
of convulsion of their bodies But the thecoucheecouchee theeouebeecouchee
coucheecouchee has remained so well wellknown wellknown
known through a decade of travesty travestyand travestyand
and imitation since its Chicago in introduction introduetlon ¬
troduction that no description is now nowneeded nowneeded
needed As proficiently renewed at atSt atSt
St Louis the muscular Jerks and andquivers andculvers
quivers are fhe he same as before but butbriefer butbriefer
briefer and the meaning pf them themis
is again indicated but not with the theformer theformer
former lewdneaa lewdneaaAt
At present two men make mere of oftbe ofthe
the show than those girls do One Onefellow Onefellow
fellow givesa dance of religions cer ceremony er eremuny ¬
emony which rlMsto rises to soulful eeetacy eeetacyHe
He tears off his cloak and U naked npiIedabove nakedabove
above the waist After dancing awfette awfettein
in halfnudity he lights two torches torchesand torchesand
and thrusts their flaminjr ftamln ends one oneafter oneafter
after the other many times into his hismouth hismouth
mouth That excites him to a delir delirium dellrluiti ¬
ium of delight I bate to tell but butthen butthen
then I must musthew how the trick is Worked WorkedThe WorkedThe
The fire is from alcohol and the thetorches thetorches
torches a pro w9 contrived that by pros pressure prossure ¬
sure of the fingers at certain points pointsthe pointsthe
the currenu of air are reversed and andthe andthe
the volatile flames are sucked In in instead Instead ¬
stead of being flared out Thus they theyare theyare
are practically extinguIsh00 XtiuiuiBh when whenthrust whenthrust
thrust into his mouth lnout ii A A second fa fanaiic fanatie
naiic of se seftorture ftorture may as well be beexplained beexplained
explained while htIe we arc about It it He Hei
i naked too except for trofcaers trofcaersWhile troIserWhile
While dancing he ticks t two non nonarda poin poinaids
aids into his body His faceis wrung wrungwith wrungwith
with pain but he slowly presses the theblades theblades
blades In far enough that they stay staywhea statwhen
when he takes his hands away and andwhen indwhen
when he draws them tnt some b1u hi < > 4 4trickles dtrickles
trickles down A part ot o the decep deception deeeption ¬
tion is old and simple The blades bladesrecede I Irecede
recede into the handles but the fel fellow ci cilow
low has two small stin cut into his hisflesh hiafleeh
flesh and kept open till < il healed They Theyare Theyare
are deep enouh to toof e the points pointsmock pointSof
of the polnards an anthat and to mock blood bloodthey bloodthat
that follows them themwithdrawn v ie they are arewithdrawn
withdrawn
I
0 M > I kfi It < f name of Uncle Jot Joti 5 5f
f i III < Fl i ppened to recollect that he heiini e eIi
iini Ii II inclf nd Joe around the kitbin kitbina fl fla
a gooa H Teal al of late and that Amanhi Amanhirtusky AnitTltILISkY
rtusky fat and 4ft and the best cok cokth k 5 5tb
th county always had a deleftdbl nvr nvrf
f i 1 r rccrvetl < i rv fj for or th the < old man < of ofi of1s
i irf = e it mu mutt t be Amsnrtsi Armpij with within
in I I liarr srrICieiTtj5l > crrilentials Mr < torjpi r4e jraj jrajhcm 5J
10 hcm III II I bHiii haltd d thf tl i eper > sycr to the themM theI
I mM Ii I el i k It anI looked at t it iti
i ri I < c r rta1 a1 > i tOns liiaiU tOnsMiI
MiI U y Jsu he oried when the theml thelri1c5
lri1c5 names was proUouaOed Why it iti
ml i t herifn Lisa Allen down by de deer deva ¬
er k kllT
llT va a dilemma Well said the theman thetO
tO man there C onl cnll one thing to do doY
Y 1 > must j gt t another license It is jut jutS jutdvzI
S thiWn aVH aVHi
i 1 le TO I k rlu ItT paper folded it j and andi
1 i t Hi big UOCkrU UOCkrUTM unelotI
TM I TI done ak MitBiiy to tohave bave me he hesuit hetail
suit foh oh I dont think dl dsrs l 3 dlffrunce dlffruncetween dlffruncetwen
tween dem Jadies JadiesVh laieaWIi
WIi Vh n Governor Joseph K Took of ofma of05
> ma 05 l lit a story tTrV illustrative of the theiltv theIT
iltv IT if f si w wIt ll known lawyr in illS bisi
i i t > iiubt tbiuk it 1 thr tIT riabt riabtnine rahtutne
nine fnvt 1fil lawyer frtenfflit frenml lv en oW timer timerin lmerin
in Montamt and has tony new a leading leadingpiac leadingpOll
piac pOll at the Montana bar but he is in incMned
cMned 1 titd at times to linger too long over overti
ti fl vin bowl At suh times he loses losesf
ii 1II If f loiatlo ai HI i thciZh he has hashaw hasr
r ghli t I wrtv wrtvtorenhnhesmatve
torenhnhesmatve torenhnhesmatveI fh rt he always alwaysnot
I t I > haw a at 5I5flJ not In walkin walklito
t tu ei rfvr the tiltOtinr
i tin In etTrsr tnvvtr tnvvtrI
I tart lrfl 15 Iitt 1 r 1 1e
e tt II tIlt 41 t ii
Wt thou hast attained thine thineJecto tbtnoo tbtnoWhyehould <
Jecto o f fWhyshould
Whyshould she not have saved subh subha
a noble nobislUe life by a kiss kissAristoirtenesv kitiA
Aristoirtenesv A ristoinenes at tais t itis moment momt I t ftejt ftejtsuch flJtsuch
such strength in him that had < tWhole < S
Whole population of f Sparta < rode rewdiits
its streets be would have foughtway fought kt ktway
way to liberty But nobody H as out mit
The sentinels ha had i left their posta thl thlgates t tgates
gates of the th city stood ajar arid Wa >
harmed he reached his camp in saAgUr safgjrLong
Long after fttr midnight th people peopleawoke peop peopawoke
awoke from their heavy stupor Sol j ¬
diess dier who forgetful forgetfulof of their duties heft heftthrown
thrown their arms away searft sear ba4 4 M Mthem fr frthem
them and hurried to their posts postsmorning pot is Tjg Tjgmorning
morning found th thq usual order in p pta Bfr Bfrta
ta but the dungeon wf Ariett Ariettwas Arietens Arietenswas
was empty emptyHow emptyHow
How he had escaped througli throti the thecrowded t tcrowded
crowded streets in aplte of sold aollhe tent ppd ppdsentinels ttd ttdsentinels
sentinels could not be disoaverei
Those who had tad seen him kept keptfor afloat afloatfor
for never would a Spartan cuaffem c to
having been a coward to have saCs ar an inenemy anenemy
enemy pass without daring to stop tep him
Kleanthos alone suspected tt ti > tr fh f fHe
He knew knewthe the effect of his wifea philter philterand phiulerand
and conjectured that t Agamede bad life lifeera fiborated
era orated ted the hostile leader leaderAfter leaderAfter
After he had given this t spaptqroom Miapktol Miapktolroom
room in his breast a second on < me tm lNmedIately tmmediately >
mediately took hold of him Why h hshe
I she liberated him Had the rrnfttjspn couifputwhlc rrnfttjspnI
I which Aristomenes had made In his hiastupor hisstupor
stupor toucher her heart Jealousy is isa s sa
a venemous reptile that bears one onepiclon au aupiclos
piclon after another anotherOne anotherOii
One Oii fey Kleanthos requested A0a A0amede 4 I Imedo
mede agadn to prepare the draught for fora
a myyatted peeted Ephor wh0m wbn he had ra ravlterf Invited
vlterf bedinner te dinner But this thIirwne thIirwnecoitidant Bptobf was i iconAdant
conAdant of the king mud tottteted hf hfhis
his bisplan plan planWhen f fWhen
When Agamede had lilted the cup ef efL ofEphor
L Ephor Kleanthos dropped his ring and andasked andasked
asked Agamedeto pick it up for him himWhfle himVhfte
Whfle 4the queen complied WWi hid hidwish
i wish the Ephor plior quickly changed the thegoMeta thegoblets
goblets placing his own I before sore Ag Agmede 4jn 4jnmode
mode The next moment both bothemptied ha haemptied
emptied them to toihe the health of the king kingAfter <
After a few minutes Agamode began begant
td t < feel the enervating effect af t tdraught the thedraught
draught Her heart began to bootpith bootpithanasisli beat with withangulah
angulah like ilk that c1t f the thesees ertljnaJ < p psees
sees the executioner before htm an anyet aWO aWOyet
yet she did not know what had hap happened happeiied ¬
pened jto o her herBut herBut
But now she looked at the tewho Kptter Kptterwho
who smiled sarcastically at her hershe thek thekshe
she turned her eyes to KJeahthoa KJeahthoawhose Kicentheawhose
whose face was burning with uncon uncontrollable smopateeliable ¬
trollable rage and in this moment er ererything orerytblpg
erything was clear to her mind aha ahahad bp
had drunk the Achaemenldkfti AchaemenldkftiOn I IOn
On the table betpre her lay the knUS knUSShe he heShe
She shuddered as she saw it like alt altwho sitwho
who bad been stupefied by the philter philterand philterand
and as she put her herhand hand on the ifpn ifpnher irpuher
her nerves began to twitch with t tIn tattoo 1 1In
In spite spiteof of this she clutched the thedie bsui bsuidie
die of the knife and looked it tt ttthough ftthough
though this seemed like torture of heO heOto helI helIto
to her herAnd I IAnd
And now she beard the voice of f her herhusband berhusband
husband Like the bloodthirsty rovf rovfof rOprOf
of a wild beast it sounded in her heart heartWoman beastWoman
Woman answer me three qua uueations quathins
thins What happened eight dya ago agoto dgoto
to the people of Sparta Who gave gaveAriatomenee 0 0Aristomenes
Ariatomenee his liberty > ted what ta tathe Isthe
the secret of this magic draught draugbtrAgamne4e draughtAgamede
Agamede felt irresistibly ootnpeJted ootnpeJtedto
to answer these questions Her tiuawould tungwe tungwewould
would net obey her Will wittand spd ro fear fearheart herheart
heart she had only a a small parttele ef efatrenfth 1 1trnh
atrenfth trnh left B But t this particle r re4i resift resifted
e4i ed revo vqt te4 inber In ber breast breastJempp f fJiiBjpajff
JiiBjpajff u up and drove the thewfth aeptt aepttwflh
wfth trembling hand to the hiK lstp lstpJOt fjT fjTMjraei
= Mjraei Mjraeivantage
JOt
hi que5tlons que5tlonstatMreagth
tatMreagth he hethe
vantage The bloody knife knifethe r
the eh ebrm Em of cowardice and nd the 4e 4rnd 4rnddo d ddo
do not betray the secret ef a made madedraught mapfcdraught
draught draughtCopyright I Ipyrlght >
Copyright pyrlght lifti Os SampaonHodga SampaonHodgaCo
Co Chicago Chteagpf
o f location hazy By acddeot tie task Ae Aeht tierht
rht ht street but when he got ot within withinblock withinblock
block of Ws home he was unable to lev levwhere 1 1where <
where he was A bright idea came tnto tntobis mWhis
his befuddled brain He would inquire at atthe atthe
the nearest house houseHe houseHe
He mug the bell and the he dauehter ef efthe 1 1the
the hohse appeared She he kn knew w him am amwh adO adOwhen
wh when o he asked her In as clear tones as asbe ashe
be was Ws capable of to tell hjw where Ms Mshoase hishow
how was she pointed tolt to Iti i The gorse twrqrnorTslf gorsenoftsjeisd
noftsjeisd norTslf fiend thanked her Effusively afd afdmany aad aadmany
many times In oicder to cut short fte ftecoeversatico the1 the1conversation
conversation the young woman ssMr asIrDont c cDont
Dont mention it dont mention Jt JtI t tI
I never will it ti you J wont won t was the thereply thereply
reply of the lawyer lawyerSpeakin lawyerSpeaking
Speaking of testimony given before beforesenate thj
senate committees said a New Newrepresentative Y Yrepresentative1
representative recalls the shock a amagnate amagnate
magnate got from an unexpected unexpecteOat ewp ewpat
at one of these inquiries Sooater ami H HBurnh i iBurnham
Burnham Burnh m of New Hampshire Hampshireof a aof
of the committee is one c o of the mosit red redcent rettcent
cent men In Washington but in SiTfiSj SiTfiSjuatc ip ipUnte
uatc of Dartmouth Dartmou college and aMWMkr aMWMkrof apw0rof
of considerable rsijewn In foHowfng fotlowifigthe tip tipthe
the clues of theHugar th pugar inqsdry h he spt sptconsiderable > p 9Rt 9Rtconsiderable
considerable tab to asseajE the repoj repojtaking repOr repOrtaking
taking notes and gctmg infertnatlsn infertnatlsngtaed InformatlseSomeI4me
SomeI4me he weak be Clued to the press pressthe primtables
tables for fo boWrs after the sessions were wereoften wsrsoften
often This fact evidently aaneyed one of ofthe ofthe
the sugar kings kingsThly kingsTThI
TThI Thly pompous magnate came up to th thsenator the thesenator
senator not knowing who he was an ansaid a asaid
said Look here I suppose youre one 000of oneof
of these yeHow dog reporters reportersHiuapfe I IH
Hiuapfe H timpk replied the senator senatorY TI
Y Youre < > ure worse than the others othershiK othersbIg 1
bIg heSs and writing long after afthe afthei toe toeI
I sover Ssy Ca who are you r0poVt r0poVtfiumph ropprllng for forIlamph
Ilamph grunted tije the senator seustorgeii seustorgeiiright gen genrlirht
right MI with his notes notesI noteI
I asked what you were wrttiMf wrttiMftlierc wtttlpgillS
tlierc illS
Huntph was the only reply rplas rplasman as fMk fMkman
man f POrn New t5Up5btf 4urned 4urnedpage j jr
page nd wrote rupidly rupidlySee
r
See here you Tilbred y ywent yellow yellowwent
went on the que qnestlOaer < Uoaer de y ywhos v knew knewwhos
whos talking to you yoUt Ill find ottt outyour we weyour
your boss and have you YO dismissed dismissedWho at atWho
Who da you represent representThe repreaeatr repreaeatrThe
The sepator nator turned around and ISBlfcatf ISBlfcatfthe Isofthe
the millionaire clear ci at in I th the ejr ipa ipaIm s sIm
Im Senator Beau BeauHampshire BuraBftm Cnm CnmHampshire
Hampshire said he calmly Nfte Nfteresent 1 1resent
resent Uncle Sam What about HTf HTfNew it itNew
New York Times <
Julb1 Henderson Henders M Somerville qS < rf am h
board of United States Statesers ties general appr apprera
ers oii tt < < > defend > < l an ancharged Aria Ariacharged
charged with robin ri ry y The d dan do doan
an alibi tIb When th TI defendant toMi1 toMi1stand p hth hthStaid
stand Iu it declared that at he ii eoulJ tTli not hare
Iwen at t the scone a of f theeiiBJ the m at t ttim Hi Hitime
time tim it ml vas coin olir in it ttd a b 1w caBMt i It t 1 1iMrry w wlrrv
iMrry titae ice and m was in t 150 Sie woods WOO WOOimt
Hut imt ii ISW w do lo yci know yrti u wete wee is ison Iath
th l on 15 thn Ii I particulap particulapBoca maLrticuia C day he heii
Boca us ii boss bossdat tes was the itt real realr Sn Snuat
dat diiy 1 met a b bar r He II wuf a ti do doir t i in
> ar ir I I r r did s still n I run sit B I II 1 1n
till I ill I I jsae out 011 oi oiniok n 1 dc Ic lake k de 0 M Mn 100 100hoh
niok an I fell felidrowned n an wn wt wtdrset r raii
drowned drownedi
i thought rot fi fitae aii it t was herjr h y ttem ttemtfle fcT fcTey
tae prosecuting < t tSo tt ey exclaiiufd exclaiiufdw
So It wuz bos bosbut Ito w en I mvt m lat la lan bhg
but he chased in inJanuary n June r ta tak IsiS
January JanunrvNc Nc w y > k Times TimesPerhaps i iPerhaps
Perhaps as a tn following oUowin 1 iecdoIL iecdoILwculd iecllelptuld
wculd seem to I ate not an a uthot1 uthot1belong uthomSie
belong ie mg to 11 tht t n oal admlrati weiety weietysaiil ioietVmd
saiil md by It u rc t writer to exist an ng tnt thtI
I I mtnibtrs to nil r me e craft says the Ili N York YorkXrUiiite YorkA
XrUiiite XrUiiiteAt A rtbicAt
At a dinner given snm > > nu tin go in inhonor inhonor
honor of Hall Caine Thomas Thorn y Pug Pagrwas Pugwas
was invited to introduf ml ri the I tm l II nov novelist ImO ImOchat ¬
chat One of the Riiptp gt It nKt Cxl t Page Pagejust Pagejust
just before th t ii toasts t ttt a h I gar I Aed < d his hism hisin
m m ui U cir I r l I iiiund I t I > ti v n th I h re reI meI
I ticst tiuit I 1 P signature signaturei signttttThats
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