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I L 4 THE SALT LAKE HERALD SUMMT STND Y DECENIBER i 18 190 1M14 SECTION TWO
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KEARNS K S MAKES A A HIT HIT1KB HITLIKE HITI
LIKE I 1KB A GOOD MANY other people peopleSenator peopleSenator peopleLi
Li Senator Heyburn ot Idaho has dis discovered dlsrovereel discovered ¬
covered that the th senior senator from fromUtah fromUtah fromUtah
Utah can can talk aplenty and to some somepurpose someDUrpost somepurpo
purpose purpo when a 0 subject la up on which whichbe whichhe whichhe
he is posted post d The Idaho senator from fromSpokane fromSpokane fromSpokane
Spokane tried trledto to secure sc ure an amendment amendmentto
to the Philippines Pbhl1ppInes l 1ipplnes bill inserting the theUnited theUnJt thELnltEi
United UnJt d States mining laws as a 3 code codeinstead codeIpstead COdEIpsteaci
instead of the Mejdoan M Xioan or Vertlcal Vertlcalplane v YOrtlealplane rtlcal rtlcallan
plane lan system yatem 8tem which w loh has as been estab established establlahed estab1islie ¬
lished 1islie In the islands islandsIn islpds islpdsIn islndsIn
In the th debate Je Jleyburri burri was having a ahice a aktlce L L111cc
hice easy time because the members memberswho memberswho memberlwho
who were up in mining mtUterg inatter were wereall wereall wereall
all abspnL absent About Abo t the time t1 Heyiyrn Heyiyrnwas Heyb rn rnwas
was enjoying enjoying his littie Ittle symposium the theUtah theUtah thtUthh b
Utah senator senatorddrt drifted d in and commenced commencedto comm nced ncedto L Lto
to mix things Before the fight fin finished finIshed finIshed ¬
ished the Idaho senator was taking the thecount thacount thecount
count so to speak and the Utah man manwas marwan 1lan 1lanWas
was just getting g ttlng warmed armed up The vote votedefeated votedefeated vot votdefeated
defeated Heyburns amendment by a abig a abig e I Ibig
big majority Which was eminently eminentlyproper emineIitlyprop ernine tl r rproper
proper properSenator prop properSenator r rSenator
Senator Kearns advocacy of the com common common cornmon ¬
mon sense 8eflSelawform1njjIn1jno law for mining mlnlnKIaln1ine isin line with
the views of every practical student stu ent of a
the subject except the mining lawyers lawyerswho laWyersho Iawyerwho
who ho profit by hyiltjgation litigation The very large largeclass largeclaM largclans
class of otlawY lawyers rs who wh prefer the interest interestof lntere1 lntere1of
of their clients to their own concede concedethe concedethe concedthe
the advantage of a law which would wouldenabletevery woulcenablaeyery Wouldenableevery
enabletevery owner of mining property propertyto propert r rto
to know just where his boundaries be begin begin begin ¬
gin and end endIt endIt endIt
It is i true tr e that any co cope cocie e might be beabused beabused b babused
abused by men of large means and andsmall andsmall an ansmall
small conscience but every man who wbohas whohas hi D Dhas
has followed mining litigation knows knowsthat knowsthat s sthat
that the Canadian and Mexican exican system systemof 1 1of
of boundaries is far farand and an away the thesim thesimpleat sim simplest simplest ¬
plest and fairest method of holding
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Scarcely a district in the country countrywhere countrywhere countrywhere
where rich mineral has been found found in inquantity InQuantity inquantity
quantity has escaped e zaped the blight of un unjust unust unjust ¬
just ust l1 litigation JgationThe The man who ho has hasfound hasfound baafound
found a gOQd ledge too oo ofren o n has had hadto hadto hadto
to submit tt tb > blackmail bhlck nail or absolute absoluterobbery absoluterobb absoluterobbery
robbery robb frdm spme subsequent locator locatorwho loaat looatdrwho i iwho
who had done nothing entitling him to toconsideration tQconsldoratlon toconsideration
consideration In the Comstock In the therich therIch therich
rich camps of California and even ven here herein hereIn hereIn
in Utah it has been too common for forpowerful torpowerCul forpowarful
powerful corporations or individuals to tolocate tl tllocafe tolocate
locate around a good prospect begin beginlawsuits beginlawsuits begin1awiuits
lawsuits under an apex claim and tic ticup ticup tieup
up a a whole district or part of a dis district district district ¬
trict with tedious tc lou9 and costly warfare warfareIn w rfare rfareIn
In the th courts courtsThe courtsThe courtsThe
The record in countries where thc thteapex thcapex thtnpe
apex npe law is unknown shows that these theseevils thes thesevils theseevils
evils are practically unknown and if ifIt ifIt ifIt
It were not for the opposition of law lawyers lawers lawers ¬
yers ers like Mr Heyburn the popular de demand demand demarid ¬
mand for the adoption of a common commonsense commonscnse commonsense
sense scnse lawof location would bring about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the reform orm which is so badly needed neededTO neededTO neededTO
TO TO AVOID PNEUMONIA PNEUMONIAA PNEUMONIA PNEUMONIAAT
AT I A T THIS SEASON of the year ear pneu pneuti pneumonlD pneuC
ti C mania is more than usually usua Y prev prevalent prev prevalent ptevalent ¬
alent and as it Is the most deadly dis disease dlseaso disease ¬
ease with wl h which medical science is iscalled iscalled iscalled
called upon to combat people cannot cannotbe cannotbe cannotbe
be too careful In the avoidance avol ance of ofthose ofthosa ofthose
those indiscretions that are likely to tobring t tbring tobring
bring on an attack of the malady maladyEverybody maladymve maladyIverybody
Everybody mve body is IsUable I liable to pneumonia Man Manwith M Menwith Il Ilwith
with the broadest broad st of chests the strong strongest stron stronest strongeat ¬
est and healthiest of lungs are at attacked attack attacked ¬
tack tacked d with It and die Narrowchest Narrowchested ¬
ed d men are ar also overcome There Is no nophysical nophYBtcal nophysical
physical condition c ndltlo that Is a successful successfulsafeguard successfullaeiuard successfulafoguard
safeguard laeiuard against pneumonia unless unlessreasonable unl unlessreasonable s sreasonable
reasonable care fa observed obseziedA r rA rA
A well known physician is authority authorityfor
for the th statement st tement that from seventy seventy8ve seventyfive seventylive
five to tonin toninty ninety ty individuals out of every everyhundred everybundred everyhundred
hundred carry carrj thegerms the germs of tubercu tuberculosis tuberculosis tuberculosis ¬
losis neumonla and kindred diseases diseasesin
in their throats and nasal passages passagesThey passagesrhey I
rhey do d not develop unless the condU condUlions cond condiLions i ilions
lions are favorable favorablebut but when the ideal idealconditions idealondltlons Idealronditlons
conditions exist they do develop with withIncredible withincredible withIncredible
Incredible rapidity Pneumonia Is rec recBgnlzed recegnlzed recDgnized
Bgnlzed as an infectious disease and andfor andlor andfor
for some time the question of quaran quarantining1 quaranlinIng quaranlining ¬
linIng againstit against it has been seriously seriouslyconsidered serIouslyconsidered seriouslyconsidered
considered consideredPneumonia consideredPnoumonIafs consideredPnoumonia
Pneumonia is infectious in ecttous In the sense sensethat sencelbat senethat
that It can be communicated to a well wellperson wellperson wella
a person by one who ds is ill with It It Itvould Itwould Itwould
would < hardly hard be possible for it to be becommunicated bQcommunicated becommunicated
communicated to a a third party The Thefirst Thefirst Thefirst
first rule laid down by physicians now nowCor no nor nowfor
for r r the avoidance of pneumonia is that thatContact thattOl thattoutact
Contact tOl ot with wlththe the sputum of pneumonia pneumoniapatients1 pneumoniaI pneumoniapatlents
patients1 patlentsmust must bev be avoided With this thisrule thbrule thisrule
I rule those who are called upon to nurse nursepneumonia nurseI nursepnoumonla I
pneumonia patients must mustfamfllarlte mustfamfllarltelheqtsehos familiarise familiarisethemselves faniiliriethemselves
I themselves lheqtsehosA themselvesAvoid themselvesAvoid I
Avoid A void exposure after exercise That ThatIs ThatIs
f Is 8 do < not when wh hen n you ou are overheated Oefh ated go gosuddenly gosuddenly
suddenly into a cooler temperature t a atemperature atemp atemperature
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temperature temp ratu c that would brinJ faring on oncbiJI onchill a achill
chill Suddenchilling SUC denehlltlng produces conges congestion congestlon congesLion
Lion of the lungs lungs either congestion as asa asa
I a specific tHse tlffelfs ase 01 < ft pneumofiia pneu J1 l Buf BufpneumoniaIs BlllI BufpneumonIa
pneumonIa liJ a form of lungconges lungcongestion lung congos congostlon congostton ¬
I tion An ordinary cold is lung conges congestion congesUon congaslion ¬ I
lion to a certain extent extentWear extenVeJl extentWear I
Wear VeJl warm clothing This does not notmean notmean notmean
mean heavy clothing necessarily It Itemphatically ttemphatically t temphatically
emphatically does notmean no ot mean clothing clothingof clothin clothinof
of miffljilent weight to t uiduc ndu t perspira perspiraUon perspiration perspiraUon
Uon readily readfI It does mean clothing clothingheavydbftugh clothingheavyd1ia clothingheaviduugh
heavyd1ia heavydbftugh gh to keep keepout out external ext rnal cold coldBy coldBr coldBy
By ail Ani means ans avoid tb1d v ld drafts rh ibFrench Tjic TjicFrench rhFrench < <
French have ba e a proverb vr proserbthat 6rlf that says u uwho He Hewho Hewho
who slfSlJt sla withhis with 4hls his ba ba11 baJt J f9 Io4t < r4 raft rs1ts sits sitswith stswith
1 with his h abe to a tioflln An n < older olderproverb olderthat J er erprOY
proverb prOY b tti that l mfiaijs very much ttie i
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j same thing has been given to us by byjthe bythe
J jthe the Chinese It Is isroughly roughly translated translatedIf translateun translate4Jr I
un If cold wind strike you ou through a ahole aho1 i ihOl
hole hOl < < tgo go o make your prayers and save saveyour savefouI saveyour
your souL so JDrafts Dsft aTe irctifc re > tfeen the piist t > st t proIltIe PfO PfO1It1 pro prolific ¬
lific 1It1 sources SQury souryes s of voids and an an Wneetiuent WneetiuentIJWpfprieumpnla consctuent consctuentlotpneumouia = nE < tuent tuent1y9t
IJWpfprieumpnla 1y9t meumpnJa meumpnJaAvoid N > n 4 4AvOid v vAvoid
Avoid standing on cold damp side sidewalks sidewalks sidewalks ¬
walks when you ou are 10 wearing we rIng shoesthat shoesthatare sl1oesthatre
are re thin Stand In a warm place if you youcan youcan youcan
can At least standin a tJdry odrypItoe odrypItoeThese dry place p aQe aQeThese f fThese
These are ar rule which whichLany ch any an wayfarer wayfarermay wayfarermay aytare aytaremay
may follow follos ahd a andjf 1 < Jgi they are1 ar are followed followedmany toHo followelmany 4 4manr
many an attack attackof of pneumonia may may be beprevented baprevented beprevented
prevented preventedJTHE preventedif preventedTHE
if JTHE THE CARRQLtfCASE cAOe CARRbUCAET trCASi trCASi4FD j jT
4FD I
T T E DRAJitAiTiq TC selfdestruction detrUotw ot
I 3 W v Jl j Carroll In i61ice Uco court on onThursday onThursday I IThurooay
Thursday was a fitting climax to the themans theDans theujans
mans life 1iC At the finish fnlslrhe heH heHtried hetried tried trIed to toplaee o olace j jplace
place lace the blame forhlsideath for 1 rhsd hi tde th on on the theshoulders th thshouldcrs theshoulders
shoulders of the w wrni mah hll heJiad jhad cruelly cruellyabused oru crue1l crue1labused llr llrabused
abused It is possible that th t Mrs Irs Carroll CarroUwill Carrotwill j jwill
will blame herself for the death d ath of her herformer herformer j
former former husband The nature of women womenIs
Is such that they endure a agreat great deal dealthat dealthat eal ealthat
that they assume 3ulno burdens rIr1 rightfully rightfullybelonging rightfullybelonging tulli tullibelonging
belonging to others othersBut othersBut
But Mrs Carroll ehduld Eb uld uld take taitc t l ho hoblame noblame hoblame
blame to herself for Qarrolls exit from fromthe Cromthe fromthe
the stage of life Kaibef natb r should she shefeel sh shfeel shefeel
feel keen relief that he will trouble h htr htrno hrno < Jr Jrno
no more For weeks we c lts k and an n months mo lts and andyears andyears andycars
years she patiently endured the abuse abuseCarroll abuseCarroll
Carroll Carroll heaped upon upOn hpr hpr rffite tJhe iie was wascursed wa wa1ursed wasiurtsed
cursed and beaten eaten and maltreated maltr ated but butshe buthe buthe
she he bore It 1ta11 all for forthe the sake 6f her h r chii chiijdrcn chUrcn chI chIdren
jdrcn dren rcn and his Then hen she could couldendure souldendure couldendure
endure no longer when even e en her pa patience patience patience ¬
tience had bean worn outshe out she secured secureda
a divorce dlvotcefron1 from him himEven hlmrEven hImEven
Even then she was not I10 rid Jot of the thefellow th thfellow thefellow
fellow Never a a wakin6 waldnm < mdmentdevol6 mdmentdevol6of m nt nLdeVoid nLdeVoidof devoIdl devoIdlot >
of uneasiness did she know Never Nevercould Nevercould Nevercould
could she tell what whabminut > mlriutp mlr ut hemight hemightcome he h might mightcome mightcome
come to wreck the t e Jittte JittI home home she he was wasworking wasworking wasworking
working so hard to keep ke p jfor r the the thechil chil children children children ¬
dren never did She he know kno when he hewould hewould hewould
would appear to beat and abuse l her herCarroll herCarroll herCarroll1
Carroll by his death would have ay such suchfriends suchfrlendsag suchfriends
friends frlendsag as he left believe be1i e he was a amuchInjured amuchInjured amuchinjured
muchInjured man If he 1eft eft ft any anyfriends anyfriends anyfriends
friends and ifi they do believe b 1i v he was wasinjured wasinjured wasinjured
injured their sense senseo senseoZ of justice is is badly badlyperverted bndl bndlperverted badlyperverted
perverted pervertedAbout pervertedAbout 4 4About
About the only good thing that can canbe canbe canbe
be said said of Carroll i In that he turned ub d his hisweapon hisweapon hisweapon I
weapon first on the therightpersoi right rlght person p rsoh Grow GrowVing GrowIng Grow GrowIng
ing tired of the sport or killing his for former former former ¬
mer wife by Inches he killed himself himselfwith himselfwith himselfwith
with all celerity celerlt So hi Il1anYbe any aiybits beats ts of f his hisdescription hisdescription hisdescription I
description kiirtheir wivesbefore wiveS br bdford r kill killing klllfng killjng ¬
ing themselves that in this respect respectCarrolls respectCarrolls respectCarrolls
Carrolls case is almost a1mo almot unique There Therewill Therew1l1 Therewill
will be no sympathy for him however howeverand howeverand howeverand
and ther there should be none nonevFor noneFor noneFor
For ForI ForMrs I Mrs Carroll who is benefited benefitedrather b benefitedrathei nefited nefitedrather
rather than bereaved berea d one n may have havesympathy haves3rnpathy havesympathy
sympathy because of the unpleasant unpleasantnotoriety unpleasantnotorlet3 unpleasantnotoriety
notoriety > that has come co e to her through throughno throu h hno
no fault faultot of her herown own butonly but only congrat congratulations congratulation congratulation
ulation are due her because of Car Carrolls Carrotls Carrolls ¬
rolls death Itmay It may seem harsh to say say9d sayroo saysO
roo 9d now nothat that the man mati is Ii dead de d but it is istrue isI istrue I
I true
HOURS HOURSiFORRAI HOtiSFOR FOR RAILROADERS RAILROADERSHE LRQADEHS LRQADEHSTHE
THE T HE PRESIDENTS suggestion that thata thatI
I a law be passed to regulate the thehours thehours thehours
hours of work w rk performed by railroad railroademployes railroademployes railroademployes
employes presumably pr sumablY with th the ideaof ideaofshortening ide idea br brshortening of ofthortening
shortening them with at atview a view to pre preventing preenting proventing ¬
venting reeks has hasic caused tiIiedagood uhed a good deal dealof dealof dOalof
of comment comment comrnentlnraliroad inrailroad In rallroad circles and out outof outofthem outof
of ofthem them There Thtre is no question que jon but butthat butthatrailroad that thatrailroad thatrallroad
railroad wrecks have been caused by bythe bythe bythe
the the overworking of o employes Rail Railroad Ra Eailroad t troad ¬
road men who have the lives andsafe andsafcty
1 ty of others oth rs in theircharge thelrcbargeought their charge ought to tohave tohave tohave
have their wits about them all the thetime ihetime thetime
time and it is not possible for tttem to todo todo todo
do this if they work oIk twelve fifteen or ortwenty ortwenty ortwenty
twenty hours at a stretch stretchManifestly stretchManlfeDtly stretchManifestly
Manifestly a a man mancannot cannot be asalert asalertat as alert alertat
at the end of his eigntb iglithh hour ur of labor laboras laboras laboras
as he was at t the end of f his first The Therule Therule Therule
rule works out in greater great r proportion or ordisproportion ordisproportion ordisproportion
disproportion as the hours of at labor in increase increase increase
crease But how are the th hours hoursof hoursofrailroad of ofrailroad a arailroad
railroad employe to be regulated regulatedThere regulatedThere regulatedThere
There Is no doubt doubt but that railway railwaymanagers railwayanagers railwaynanagers
managers would be very cry glad indeed inde d to tohave tohave tohave
have their men work only eight or ten tenthe tenhours tenhours
hours a day irheY PheymakenOthing maKe nothing by bythe byt1ie
the the overworking ov rworklng of employ s Every Everyman Everyman Everyman
man is ispaicl paid in proportion to the num number num number nurnber ¬
ber of hours he actually works worksExtra worksExtFa worksExtra
Extra ExtFa hours mean m an extra pay to the therailroader therallr therailroader
railroader rallr ader Canaan Can an Ian an arbitrary line be bedrawn bedrawn bedrawn
drawn outside of the shops the yards yardsand yardsand yardiand
and the dispatchers offices Freight Freighttrains Freighttrains Freighttrains
trains are re often delayed A bearing bearingbecomes bearingbecomes bearingbecomes
becomes overheated a drawhead pulls pullsout pullsout pullsout
out it becomes necessary to double doubleover d dflbleover tIbe tIbeover
over a a grade rade a train breaks in two twosomething tosomething twonomething
something goes wrong with the engine engineA
A hundred and one things th ngg calculated calculatedto
to cause delay may n1a occur What Is the thetrain thetrain thetrain
train crew to do under such circum circumstances circumstances circurnstances ¬
stances If an accident happens at the theclose thedose thelose
close of their theirprescrlbftd prescribed number of ofhours ofh01Jrs ofhours
hours are they th y to t < t abandon the train trainand trainand trainand
and go away somewhere some 1 ere to t rest restOf rost rostOf restof
Of course they hey must trlust stay 1jt tay y with w th their theirtrain theirtraIn theirtrain
train until it reaches the end of their theirdivision fhcirdivIsion theirdivision
division No o law l wthat v that can be designed designedwould desIgnedwould designedwould
would prevent this none could prevent preventit
it t Then the employes themselves are areresponsible areresponsible areesponsible
responsible to a large extent e tent for the theovertime theoert1me th thovertime
overtime Many systems pay train traincrews traincrews traincrews
crews according to mileage The more moremiles moremiles moremiles
miles an employe covers the more moremoney monmoney moremoney
money his pay pa check represents Men Mencould Mencould Mencould
could be arbitrarily preventd prev nt d from fromworking fromworking fromworking
working just for the t11 sake of earning earningmoney earningmoney I
money surely but there are times timeswhen timeswhen timeswhen
when they must work overtime overtimeAbout overtimetbout overtimeAbout
About the only solution of the prob problem problem problein ¬
lem Is thepassage the p 8Sl1ge of a alaw law to prevent preventthe preventthe preventthe
the sending but of a train crew that thathas thathift thathasiust
has hasiust just come In from a run on rt xjanother xjanotherrun another anotherrun anot11crrun
run without a reasonable rca reasonabltlrn onabl timeTOr J r for r rest restAccording restAccording
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According to an American army offl offlcer of ofocr ffi fficer
cer who wa as < r with ith General G ner neral l Kuroki K rold on onthe onthe
the day he was said to o have been killed killedthe klUedth killedthe
the th gallant Japanese fighteris g terls still in inthe Inthe inthe
the land of ofthe the living This Isthe best bestnews bestnews bestnews
news that has come from tho front for formany formany
many many a J day Japan could ill afford to tolose tolose tolose 4
lose Kufokl KufoklHats KutoklHats Kuoki KuokiHats
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Hats off to the oung women women wojren who whorputed whorottccl whotoitcd
rputed the th highwayman and av Qinpelted gQrnpelledhim QmpelIed111m
him to restore r store their fh ir valuables Iabis If more moregjrla moregirls
girls would keep kee their heads under undersuch underBUch undersuch
such circumstances the industry of ofrobbing otrobbing ofrobbing
robbing women woulcl wou1 oul soon develop developinto devel developInto p pInto
into a most discouraging dlQour gIn occupation occupationNow 0c e pt1on upationNow
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4 4Now
Now It is claimed that Stocssel will be beable bcable beable
able to tohold hold Port Arthur rlhur for several severalmonths severnlmontha severalmonths
months He seems determipedjto d dttrmIped l rm p to hold holdon holdOn holdop I
on at alany any irate ti te as iongVas long as Sbandtulpf afliandful I handful handfulof
pf of malt aIle I Bt cour courge couragernori
agernori ge pore to De admh ndThIvthan 1thnn bl dis < 1J
grctiti ret1 i < I
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I LIVE V WIRFS jJ jJJ I It IWorlingDid I
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WorlingDid WorlingDidAbout Vo i tfjjid tfjjidAbout
About this time In every year car the thefaet thefaetcomcshom fact factcongpijacy Tactcomas
comcshom comas bomqto to me
ThalIm That Im 1h thQ i8zjvictirn SC lcum of O 1 great 1
congpijacy con oltacy T r rIhe
The he householdplottersarc hb ouhoI1 sepOlat Dfotttfus pIott arc at workSU workSUparties w Ork lik au aupartks 11 11arti
parties > arti s to Q Dlanr laIr
That Thacontem1atea ba jont contemrflatesjif mpl t l raid ri1i upon the th purse pU1C pU1Colth
c L olth thd old ld man manThe ± rs Y YTbt >
The plot unrolls by Y slow degrees grows growsplainer growsP1alner growsplainer
plainer day by b day
I cant forget forg > t that Christmas is but one oneshort oneshort oneshort
short week away awayk aWayt aWaytNo
k 4V J tfv 1
No prince or orroyal royal blood enjoys Joys the th thh hom homase h m mage n nage
age > paid to me 4
No 1i 2 x potentate p tentatehas has servitors servl ors that work so fjo fjowUlIngJ sowillingly
xwillingly wUlIngJThe willingly k kThe
The things thln 8 1 like Hkcarr an > cooked for me the themeals themeals themeals
meals are never nc r late
The chores are done when I get home I Isjt It
sjt Jt t In regahstatfi r galstat y
Oer numolc subjects over whom wh m I Wield wielda
I a despots 4csp ls sway swa 1 1And IAnd w
And thus 1 kndwfhaUChristmas is I > but butono butone butone
one short week away awayThe awayThe
1
The mother ostentatiously ostentatiou b relines an an ancient andent ¬
dent ci nt coat coatShes I IShes 1 1SItes
Shes worn these many seasons past I Ihave j
have h ve not failed to note noteShcne noteSheneds j f
She Shcne Sheneds needs ds a new one Christmas day She ShehaEf Shehaa 1 1has
has not schemed in vain vainSho vainSbe j jtShe
tShe 4 Sbe setsthafe gtltsthatcoat cqat And Johnny gets his hissled Ills Illssled I I51M
sled and railroad r Uro train trainThe trainThe
The Th c girls glrlsget get what they ant as well wellIts wcnIts
Its quite ft a bill to pay pa paBut j
But dad ndgoes goes broke as usual this thiscom com coming cornip ¬
ing ip Christmas day dayI
I know kno thut things wilkchnnce aga agaJn agan aganwhen n nwhen t twhen
when Christmas day da Is oor oorInstead oerInstead
Instead oC master Ill be slave sl c and go goon bOoon goon I
on aa s before beoreVlth v vWith
With coal to earn wood to aplluand aplluandother ap sp1itandothcr lt rid ridQth I
other Qth r chotes left l ft too looIll tooIll J JIIl
Ill help h lp myself mys lC or go without wIthout just as asI asI asI
I used to do doMy doMy doMy
My torn tOtmas as s emperor emoror will end right after afterChristmas at aflerOhristm r rChristmas
Christmas s day a I
v vshort
A scvenday king with Chrlst Christmas a3 but one oneShort
short week tvekawny tvekawnyThey awn aWnThc y j jThey
They Thc havent fooled tho old man but butthey buttheY bUtthey
they win wln on out just justt11 the tl same sameAs I I IAs
As s each yeartbmes yOar r e fncs along they t e Vvork vorkthEt vorkthEtsame ork the j jsame r
same old grafting game gamAnd gameAnd I Idad
And dad plays pTa3 as > s sucker every er ye yedad YCnx Were Werodad
dad a millionaire millionaireHed millionaireHed J JHed 1
Hed play the game forthousa forthousannd forkthoUsand51Ote forkthoUsand51Otenud s JOsol JOsolnnd
nnd never n ver turn a hair hairGod hairGod 1
God bless that tIl at gang Ot gratters giattorl1l ail The Theold Theold
old man hopes and an prays praysHelf prasHoln praysHelt
Helf have the who whe gang an with th him still stillfor sunfor stillfor 1
for maiiy many a Christmas Chr1s mas days daysSpeaking daysSpeaking a 5 5Sp
Speaking Sp aklng of rough houses houseshtlve have you youbeen youbeen youbeen
been keeping track of the Hungarian Hungarianparliament Hungarianparliament
Scandalous scandalous scandalousClub scandalousClub
Club women allover alLRver all over the t country are areIndignant j
indignant because they are classed classedwith classedwith I
with lunatics and criminals in the thestatehoodbill i istatehood
statehood stat statehoodbill ehoodbl bill It really would seem seemthat seemthat I I Ithat
that the ladies l dIes have a right to pro proChief protest I
t test t
Chief Lynch objects qbjCcts to a covered coercd P3 p ptrol i itrol
trol wagon because be ause It leads to fights fightsbetween fightsbetween
between officers and prisoners And Andwe Andwe Andwe
we thought the chief had sporting sportingblood eportingblood i
blood in him too tooThe J JThe
J JThe
The next n t session of tHe New York Yotklegislature Yorklegislature 1otkleglslatur
legislature will be of benefit to the thecountry I Icounto I Icountry
country because be a aus it will end the grew grewdome j jsome
some some jests about ab ut Former Governor GovernorBlack GovernorBlack J
Black being the dark horse in the thesenatorial thesentor1al
senatorial race raceWith raC raCWith raceWith I
With all respect to modern modernmeUod modernmeUodot modrn methods methodsof
of storage we submit that eggs eg packed packedlast packedlast I Ilast
last fiunfmpr tinfther nf npr ought Otl ht tobe to be strong enough enoughto
to tajke talt carex car bf themselves by > this thistime thistiIJ1e thistitie
time j
While hne in Washington Washi ton Judge J ge Bartch Bartchsiltake
siltake 11take 11 take a look at the th senate chamber chamberand chamberad hambEran
and an d if If hVlikes Ii e lJkes the th e place e he may > decide decideto decidetomove
to tomove move in inProhibition InProhibition thProhibition
i
Prohibition party leaders are en engaged engaged engaged ¬
gaged in a lovely quarrel For shame shameladies ham hamladies I Iladres
ladies and gentlemen for shame We Weassure Ye I Iassure Iassure
assure you ou the patronage doesnt doesntjuatif
justify the dlsturb disturbance disturbansIn n nIn
I
In brief rJef our position p Siti n OQ rn he e currency curenryqU currencyquetop
question qU UOp may ma be stated thus More of oCit ofifforti
i it ifforti for us usv 1
v In the th theGobdOIdDays theGobdOIdDaysLIMIT e Gootf Go 1i Old Days I
LIMIT NOT REACHED REACHEDSocrates REACHEDSocrates
Socrates was thoughtfully sipping sippingthe sippingthe
the th hemjock hemock Ive tasted worse stuff st 5tffthan ff ffthan I I Ithan
than this he remarked rem ik d at Jen length th Did DidI
I ever evertell tell you 3 > pu about aboutmtrfpto my Jrlp to Buttc Buttche Buttehe
he inquired a moment mom nt laterf laterfROYAL later laterROYAL t IROYAL
ROYAL ENTERTAINMENT E ENTEItTUNMENTWell T RINMENT j IWeIl
Well said Nero as he watched the theburning theb theburning
burning b rnlng of a new ne batch bat h of captives captivesthese capUvethe I
these the people p plS cant caUtsay gay a we wedidu didnt qidnt t show showthem showthefti I
them a hot timewhen tlm thre E Wh when n they the came to toour I
N NIf I
our town townIf 4 4If
If there was sariHhll1g anything Nero particu particularly part parteularly ¬
larly JarI prided himself upon it was his hishospitality hIshospltaItty hishospitality
hospitality hospitalityBACK
BACK TO SOFT DIET DIETHumph I IET IETHuruph T THumph I I
Humph growled Demosthenes to tothe tothe I Ithe
the class as he ground another pebble pe pebbleto < bble I Ito Ito
to dust Call this a great stunt You Youought Youought t tought
ought to tackle some of the new break breakfast breakfast breaktast
fast food foodRecognizing foodRecognizing J JRecognizing
Recognizing the pr preeminence eminonce of the thegrC thegreat i igreat
great grC t man as an authority on maxillary maxUlarymatters maxillarymatters i imatters
matters the class vouchsafed d no re rejoinder rajoinder rojoinder ¬
joinder joinderI
I f ftEItELY
MERELY MERELYMEN MERELYMENYcsremarke MEN MENv MENilMS MENYes
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Ycsremarke Yes ilMS remarkeI rmnunieu XIUIULIUS Horntlus ui uilessly ali a h ie care carelessl carelessly
lessly lessl tossed another othQr band b nd of ofinto Tuscans TuscansInto Tuscansinto
into the tie l Tiber TI er ur I find my experience expcren experienceas e I IfiS
as floorwalker on bargain days makes makesthe makelJthe
the handling of a a mob mob1llte like this easy easyfor easytor easyoi I
for oi me1 me1x mE mq x I IJULIUS I IJULIUS
JULIUS LOSES A ROUND ROUNDJerusalem ROUNDJerusalem t
Jerusalem cried Caesar when he hesaw hesaw hesaw
I Istuck
saw Brutus in the crowd HI I guess Im Imstuck Imstuck
stuck again ag againHaving Jn JnHaving f fHaving
Having been out with him before b befrroCaesar fro j
Caesar knew there would be something somethingdoing somethingdoing j
doing as soon as Brutus B rut us took a hand handDAINTY handDAINTY
s sDAINTYREMINDER I
DAINTY DAINTYREMINDER READER REMINDER OF F 1905J 1905JArtistic 1905 1905Artistic l lArtistic
Artistic Calendar Issued by b Kings KingsDaughters KingsDaughters KingsDaughters
Daughters For Charity CharityUnder CharityUnder I IUnder
Under the capfibh capfi 1 of The 1h City of ofthp
J
thp th Saints Calendar 1905 1 5 one of the thealntfest thedaintiest j jdaintiest
daintiest reminders of the approach of ofthe ofthe
the New Year has been issued 18 med by b the theKings theKings theKings I
Kings Daughters of the First Presby Presb PresbterJan j
terlan church The calendar Is In il iilustrated t tlustrated t
lustrated boards the first bearing tho thotitle th thtitle thrtitle
title and a a portrait of Miss MisHehen lIss Helen G1I G1Ilesjjle Gillespie I IlesjJle
lesjjle a Kings Daughter and the theother theother
other three being devoted to scenes In Inthe Inthe inthe I
the vicinity of The City of the Saints Saintsand Saintsanti Saintsand
and to calendar purposes proper properThe properThe properThe I Iof
The first Inner page presents a scene sceneof SC scepeof > J1t
of the Mormon temple and the he valley vaffeybeautiful j
beautiful taken from an eminence eminencenortheastward eminencenortheastward
northeastward of the temple The4 The4Great The TheGreat TheGreat J
Great Inland Sea is the thetitle tltle of the thesecond thet3econd thesecond
second engravure en gravure showing the splen splendid splendid splendid ¬
did salt stretch with Antelope island islandcutting Islndcutting islandcutting
cutting a a blftck jagged shadow in the thedistant I
distant horizon A typical view of tlys tlysEverlasting tMEverlaS tl tlEverlasting
Everlasting EverlaS ng Hills Is pictured on the j
lasjt 13 t cover page pageThe j
The calendars are being offered for forsale tersate forsale
sale the proceeds to go partly p rtly for local localcharitable localcharitable localcharitable
charitable works and i partly to the thebuilding thebuilding I Ibuilding
building fund of the new First Frst Presby Presbyterlan Presbyterlan Presbyterian
terlan church They were displayed displayedyesterday dlfplayedY displayedyesterday
yesterday Y for the first time and at attracted attr attr
tracted tr cted Immediate attentlbn attentlbnFIVE J JFIVE 1VE
FIVE VE EAUTTFUI EAUTI UL CHKISTMAS CHKISTMASi C CBB1ST4SBOOKS RIS M4S I Ii
i i BOOKS BOOKSOut BOOKStiut 1 1Out
Out tiut to Old Aunt Marys 200 Riley RHeyAn nlJ Riley4it Y
An Old Sweetheart of Mine 200 200Kljey OO OOi OOItiley
Kljey i ey 4 4icttty fj fjKitty t
Kitty Kltt of the Roses 200 Barbour Barbourer i
Her er Infinite Variety 5L5D L50 Whitlock WhltlockThlsfs WhItIoclcThis i iThis
This Thlsfs is For You LQ Lave poems of the theSaier theSaner theSaltier
Saner Sort 110 Lord LordChrlstm LordChristmas i iChristmas
Christmas as Books in bewildering as assortment ussortment ¬
sortment at Derges Derges1roliday r t tBoliday
holiday Purchases lurc1 PurchasesKeep ases I IKeep IKeep
Keep in i mind for gentlemen the Neck Neckwear Neckve Neckwear
wear ve r Mufflers MumerSFaIlCY Fancy Hosiery H OSiCfY Gloves GlovesNight GIOVCSNight GlovesNight
Night Robes Pajamas Underwear UnderwearFa UnderwearFancy I I
Fancy Fa cy Shirts Canes and Umbrellas UmbrellasBROWN
BROWN TERRY WOODRUFF CO COTjl COT
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A VACATION VACA lION WITH W ITii iTt THE THEContinued THElJJ TITlEontInued
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f h hbirds
1 1M a v vbirds +
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birds bIrds an nhour hour when life was at itG
ke kenet nestv netth thovember the Jfoember ovember sunshine e recall recallters recallrig
ing f rig th thimehIov el oSy days daysofboyhood of oyhood Novero
tIrs ters whenfthe he he Bob Bo WhJtfi Whtc Whiter calledin called In
ftfs tile Stubbl tviii and th i e whole A care caiefrce j jpbrldwasgoideri ree reeitworld
itworld pbrldwasgoideri pbrldwasgoideriNordid or1d was as Ql olderi olderiNor en enN
Nordid N Nor rdldth cld the pleasure of the day end endwith endwith
with th the shooting After the birds werepicked were I
picked up and the th journey homeward homewardwas I IWas
was begun there was a breath of joy j03 oy > I
In thet thtX ery ry atmosphere atmosph rc far f r and near
the whole scene was one to be remem ¬
beret always The birds had begun
their flight from the lake to the reeds
big mallards at t high speed headed for I
the little littl ponds in the rushes the teal I
dart darted din in m like e arrows the big spoon
9 Dills hiils IJI mearidered mlea d i d along in their deceptive deceptiveandd deceptivew
w ray ys seemingly enUpg slow o and clJ09tflg jooking Ii
around 1 ts hthlEIlihnds F l andd andJ ihthelr ntlielrpock ntlielrpocketst pock pockets pockQts
etst ets as asH it were but really making rail railroad rail3cud
road yrap the pintails way up as
though th gh they the I
contemplated contem lated a long va yacatlon vacation ¬
cation the widgeon imitating a 3 Rus RussiEln Russian i
slan with a Jap after him and always alwayson j
on the further shore of the lake was the thenoise
noise of thouaand5Xrof t thquande Qu 3Jl OC ° ducks feeding fe ding I I
i reminding one on of a lot of squabbling
Vkiktu ifi M + i ibejng
uhJldtQft Uhiidl fus fussing sthg over ther their foodjtnd oOdJndl
bejng disgracefully df grauefuUY noisy about l If it
tBusin Businescares cares were ten t thousand ousand I Imiles I I
miles mU sl1 away J and getting gettingturther further w with withevery th 1
very new l1e sight and sound Poll I IU
tics U < i > > andjclectlpn nd le tlpn day ver w werf r years e rs behind 1
4n spite p1t of the few f w hours the calendar calendarcl
claimed cl im d Newspaper NevEpaperpUbU3hi publishing 1 even ev n I
seemed se lJledan an altogether Jtogefhprltappy happy occupatloh
vjenved xJ ed fromthere trolJ1 there and all the world 1
wad W 6 a beautiful big duck pond framed
In inagaificent mountain 1 ranges nge Forty
dpcks in sl sixty ty h minutes m nutes with less than thgna I j
a Hundred flU ndre Sh shells lis Is apt to give one rose
i
lore oredglatvs hgJ I
6 8l1YWi and the man manv1lO
whogetS v1lO getS opt w with thagun a4 gun onl only once a
Vear f tIs h InUi in tlce TigliCfiinctorrnind rigjir tr inco i to 1 1b
b and appreciate uPJfec 41 t his hlsmet mercies ics When h l t
he h hqdocsgo docs do go gore < 1t 1tWe j I I 1 I
We r 1icl1ed the th club house landing
tefore CfQre re 5 oclock tired but qpntent andl anti
altogether altoget er at peace with the world A
4
quick Q fck change ch etang nl frbny tubber xU1i15 Ub1 r boots1 ootS to towarm toJ towarM
warm ttrlft iSUp lipperar ersfandftrom ndfrom hunting togs togsto
to 1 to citizen d tfzenf glothes iQthe S und nd then came camedlnrjer camedinqer i
dlnrjer Not ljotan an ordinary or in rydnr dinner er but a af aroial J
tr roial nl pread rad pr prescribd cri c1 b by4a a ch chef who whokno3 I
f knows 1 pO B hi b budre p E1J and an Wten iten aten with w th an ant anapetitethat n i
t i appetite apetitethat that thn t a jnijllionalre 1IlJ lfonairem might Igh t envy envylS0upr en
lS0upr t I SOUP QuP Au a iIJ nt exiterpst 1Uret t gggstr t ealad tl Ses Sessert a asert es essert I
sert down to the th coffee and au i nuts and andraisins andriilslns andraisins
raisins it made the th right sort of finish finishto finishtl
to tl the ri rJttSOtt r1ltt At soijt ot g day da Duck there therewas therewas therewas
was too tn royal style the th pick of all allthevshooting allth alltheahooting
thevshooting th ooUngttnvoredwfth flavored with ith the taste tasteot of ofcamp ofcanip
camp camp luc lucfastidious IU lWe aM ij aeried Seiv d ro to suit th the most
fastidious fastidiousAft iastidiousAfter
After Aft r tHe fn thdln dinner1 ln t ifr came ri1e the cigars and andtheconvocatlon andtheconvocation nd ndthecomocatlon
theconvocatlon in Inthegun the gun room You Youwould Youwould I
would suppose S PPOSE men m n ii who had been out outon outon outon
on the marshes all day would wou d be willing mlng
to t01et let some one clean Qeap Qi aii guns go for them tl
but they ere cr not From tfce t e staid old oldsports oldsports ld ldsports
sports vho whc shaded shad d threescore three corc years yearsof yearspretty cars carsp
p pretty t t clc elce e d down WnJ io Jhe mere r jUen1 iu enlies enliesor 1
of forty o Otl r rt thereabouts therealioutswho Who made up ui
the th e party PllrtYevetYblessed every blessed one OneOf of them In Insisted insisted Inslated ¬ I
sisted on going to the thegun gun room him himself himselt himself ¬
self to top op off the th day While they
took down dow their t i weapons e pons and wiped wipedthem wipedthem wipedthem 1 I
them speckjess spe kess wlthVoil vltli o1J they th theystories YSW swapped swappedstories PP
stories of O fthe A the afternoons artcrnoo n SRhoot shoot You Youheard Youheard Youheard
heard howthe how the man with the 20gauge 20gaugemade
made that magnificent double on mal mallar mallards
lar lards skyscrapers i too how the teal v j
had come in so fast at one Interval that thatthere
there was barely time to shoot and re reload reload reload
load how another a cther hunter hE er had nearly nearl nearlfilled
filled his Hrriitwlfh ll ltvIfh small ducks when whenthe whenthe
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the big fellows Il vs came ctt le in so thick they theyalmost the theulmost theyaimost
almost hitXHe blindand blid Untl and the hunt hunter r
had to QullShtfng quit shOotth 3 while they wt Wtre > iv e 1 t I
still comln because he h had d filled filledEach 1 1Each
Each Eac manhad ma hadt his i o ovi vn il story and Hill U lIhad
had aometfiirig L1om eometMtigwOrtlthbarlng tfdpg ivbrthhearing WO rU1 ar in Inciden Incidentally j
tally IOHJ they mctf cuui compared ompare circu gUnS uuu and loads loadspumps loadspumps loaus I Ipumps
pumps a ard < < rid n automatics Jlltbmat c small smallbores smallboresand bores boresand
and bier ones o es 7rll The gfJeat geat t fnventor mv ntor of offirearms otfirearms offirearms
firearms Wile y o wasthere was there had his hi share shareof shareof
of the talk t Ur + and nd betJjld l4ld things one al always always
ways as wanted a ed to o knq 1m knOW Q v and a nd never n ever had hada hada
a chnnceto chance to learn leii1nFrom learnFrodi = 1 i I
From the lh gun r iOgm CQ < X > m n the thegathering gaJthering ad a 1 1joumed
joumed to thp th bl big r square reception r ceptlon
hall with its fat fatc comfortable mQrt ble dhaire dhniieilnd ha1rnnd
ilnd nd steam radiator dlato a and t acetylene acetylene1ghts
lights 1ghts to contlrmevthe ronUnu tbe lajkl taJk Some of
the early birds blrd t turned rrjed In but ut most of
the story stor tellers Settled sttled ltled themselves to
hear tales talesofachinture of adventure by b land l nd and by
sea far far into the night ni < < hf The Th president pr sldent
for instance told of othf his place up In
Oregon where a t fellow could catch
trout out and Jhoor h hod dt ducks or deer d deerut r out t of ofthe ofthe o othe
the Same m blind where whereia in theojosed theojosedseason the qlosed qlosedseason Qsed Qsedseason
season the big mallards m < lIards would come in into Into into
to feed Etd with the chickens chlck ns and anctJhe the < deer deerarc Jccrjare r rre
jare arc re so t l rae e r they vfill U lie down fn the thehome th thh tilehome
home h me pasture with ttlithe the cattle ntt atjnlght atjnlghtReminiscences atftgbtReminiscences 1tmg t tREml
Reminiscences REml cences sometimes go back bt Jp Jpa tpth p ptilt
th tilt < earb rlt indian dlp da dava 3Jn In 4tlQna IJQJl when whenU
a man needed ne ded scalp alp insurance it bit bitprospected neprospect i iprospected
prospected prospect d and didnt know when Ute tfieshooting Utescooting theshooting
shooting would begin or some someoIP olcl olcltimer ol oltimer
timer may be induced to tell tell about the theTime theime thetime
Time ime he was w wa mayor m yoJ of o t1 t1t t1camp tha t camp campWel1 as asnever asitell
Wel1 as the on1 ly cloctornJl oetorn1hough oug He He11ev 1enever
never 11ev r studiedmedf s stud1ed udled medr medtqlrih Irie ln aridhow and howl how Kfis Kfispractice i ipractlcewaa s spracUceowaS
practice pracUceowaS was principally firsts firsf1ald aid to thje thjeinjured tl t tInjured
injured in an offhand Iim impromptuhooting impromptu impro1nrhooting promp J Jjhootlng
hooting scrape between bad men menWlster men rne rneWister
Wister himself hlm elt never told a morefeSr morefeSrcinating more morecirating f S
cinating tale of the early days dUisin In Inwest tfi tfiwest t tWl
west Wl t than thf1 some it9me of those stories from fromreal froifireal
real real life loidby 101 t lby bY the actors themselvej themse themselv themselvWhen 1
> 0 0the > V ffWhen ff
When the weather w er is very Verycold VerycoldUsually cold gsfa gsfaUEt tsIt tsItusually
UEt Usually alIy Is In November on the mariJi rarithe i ithe
the Ice that forms during thenlgfit thenlgfitforms the nlgqt nlgqtCJrms n1git n1gitfrms
forms for about abo t half a mile mlI off s shore shoreand S shor shorand hor horand
and it Is usually 10 oclock oel ck bofore bO boorejt boorejtbott + Qre Qrebod a abotf
botf j can get gc through to the blinds b1nd Un The Themorning T rl rlmornIpg 11i 11iJromll1g
morning start from the club lub hous was wasusuallyfixed Wasusuallyfixed wasusuallyfixed
usuallyfixed for that hour a ad l by b no6n no6nthe n06f1lhe no6 no6the
the sport began beg n For five lie ve days da s in sup supC iu iusion qucession
C cession 5sion Henrys boat went in Into o that thatsame thntsame i isnme
same blind and pulled out again againfore b bfore I
fore sunset with the forty limit stowed stowedtiway stow d d1Iwa daway
away 1Iwa On the sixth and last day it was wasa w wasa is isu
a different dlfIerentfto story The ducks had finally an final ¬
ly tumbled and only onl the very ery foolish foolishtitrayed toot toott1 fOohIhstrayed
strayed t1 raed arupvhere a here near The wind win windw windwcontrary < 1 wa wacontrary it
contrary cor trary and 4 thousands upon thousands thousandsof thOuE thouSandsci nds ndsf
of ci f teat teatclustered ctit clustered just beyond guhshSt guhshSttahtalSzingly gunshtJttantaIlzlogly gunalthttantalIzingly
tantalIzingly iear tear 1r but b t entirely sao saCcOccasionally saoOccaslonalJy
Occasionally a lone flyer f1 1ooeic overcome Ov tcozpe l1 by bycuriosity 9 lycuriosity
curiosity curIoslt would string lng around at idng idngrflRge J l1g l1groroge ngrange
range and nd be gathered g ther d to his fathers fathersbut fathebut fatheebut
but at 430 4 i our usual usu It1m time for or 0 te tebamegoing e ehGmegolng ehmegoing
hGmegolng we had just ju t thjrteen blrd blrdand bir biranQ birtianti
and no prospect of any thom mor At Hen Henrys
tys tY suggestiop suggestlop ug estlQT1 we pulled Into Brown Brownfefsbay BrownIees
Tees fefsbay bay right In the reds Te ds and waited waitedfor alt altfo a1tj a1tjroIth
for fo roIth lhe tl1eev evening v nlng flight Clouds had hadfdarkeried h haTddaikened d ddarkel1edtbe
fdarkeried darkel1edtbe the early lusK < Jus and shooting shootingTVas Ehoolll Ehoolllpr
TVas 1 5 Of th the e kind kip < J t njake T Jl1 e Qhe o one sitnd sit it dp d dand
and nd take caiislfleri l cuizid ltst zr4e bje jiptlce 9tJ tf he h ex expected exp expeetcd ¬
pected p cted 1q t get liny hnygane game ame A whistle whistleoapPrQacliln of ofapproaching ofapproaching
approaching wings vingsa adim a dim shadow shadowagainst shadowlgainst shadowagainst
against a gray gloom a asnI1Pshot a snapshot and andyou andyOu andyou
you had him or missed him hlmt and thatwas that thatwas thatwas
was alt there was to It but b t thepeerlti thepeerltiinto t1 tlrepeeininto ep e i iinto
into the fading light the tense expec expectancy expectaney exiectancy ¬
tancy the silence so dense you could
4 4hear
hear your heart he rt boat Fifteen birds J1 J1twenty j 1 1twentr
twenty minutes bringing the total totalt1 totalt1to o oto t tto i
to twentyrfelght twent twentuightand lghtand and we w were headeUp headeuDthe heade headeUJJL
UJJL uDthe tJhe t e Ims I nr p3Jnat l for the light just a agood aribe
mite aWip t where h good f fellowship a agood and andgod i
good cheer c1e r rswfltte rswfltteTh WaitedV5 WaitedV5The 1twot e < i iTh
The Th vacation was ns oveivbTit tvcr but Its memos memosriea memo memories mamories
ries were ere storJdfj stozd Ordla 1V Vay to t 0 be recalled recalledand recallednd recalledanrecountdd
and anrecountdd nd recourtie recoum i1 l Jorina ioiOdnya4day tor man ny day da to come comeW cO cothe ntf ntfW
4 W I IHUMOR Ie IHUMOR
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HUMOR Of TRr T mi 1E STATE S rE PRESS PRESSYoung PRESSYo rssYoung
Young Yo g People Peqp in iri Trouble TroubleJerribly T TroubleEnieryCoi1nt uble ubleEm6r
Em6r EnieryCoi1nt Co 11l PrO Pt ress ressOur ess essOur
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