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i John Durhams Durh rf sSt Streak eak < zf L Luck LuckBY ck ckBY I
New Ne York Jan 27 7
buN OHN DURHAM had 100 and no noother noother noJ
JOHN J other thing tangible tanglblewhen t when he got gotto gqtto gotto
to a new oil field that was twenty
miles away from a a railroad He Hebought Hebought Jlebought
bought a a few tools hired a sang an of ofworkmen ofworkmenon ofWorkmen
workmen workmenon on wage wae payable in a month
and at the end of that t at time had a mile
of track laid for a connecting line I
dont know how he obtained the tjes
and rails ra s as be never begged or bor ¬
rowed anything and he h wastoo a5 too no ¬
< if toriously torlousl honest to steal He went
right on mile after mile with his work
till within a year his road was done
a locomotive was hauling a train of
t tJll > il tanks over It and he owned the thewhole thewhole
whole thing thin without sellinga seIllng seI1th a share of ofstock orstock
stock or a single bond bondfor for he was no
frenzied I financier I cant tell you
how he did it nor why the Standard
Oil people let him
No wonder he wag wa wanicknamed
nicknamed Lucky Larson may know
the particular > and presumably Wil Wilson Wfl60n WilHon ¬
son Barrett did for he wrote the play
in which the results are shown but
Barrett died without disclosing them themand
and when we first see John in Lucky
Durham he is eight or ten times a amillionaire a amillionaire amillionaire
millionaire He has now returned to
the England he was born in deter determined determined determined ¬
mined to marry the girl of his loving
desire and to buy the baronial estatcof
his revengeful aspiration And he is isone
j one of those hustling Americans who
never fail of their purposes purposeson on the
stage EtageHave stageHave stageHave
Have you seen s or read of Tle
Usurper the play by I N Morris Morriswhich Morriswhich Morrhwhich
which N T C Goodwin Is using The Thesimilarity Theslmilarl Thesimilarity
j similarity slmilarl between it and Lucky Dur ¬
ham is remarkable and all the more so
because it is a resemblance of chance
1 Although Barrett was not as conscien ¬
tious as Durham In matters of equity
he couldnt have stolen from Morris Iorris
for both plays were written before beforeeither beforeeither beforeeither
either was performed Barrett pro ¬
duced his a n year ear ago In Liverpool and andmade andmade andmade
made ready to take it to Londonbut London but
his death prevented Charles Wynd
ham tried to get it from the Barrett es ¬
tate for his present tour of this coun ¬
try but E S Wjllard beat him Lucky
Wyndham Unlucky Willard WillardThere WillardThere WillardThere
There Is is s an ethical problem In Lucky
Durham to distinguish It above the theseriocomic theseriocomic theserlocoxnlc
seriocomic sentimentality of The
Usurper and that may account for the themistake themistake th thmistake
mistake of believing that Barretts
American would prosper on our stage
In a more dignified and therefore more
desirable way than Morris Durhams Durhan
luck was as bad at his birth He Is the thenameless thenamelesS th u unameiess
nameless son of a profligate Lord I
Mountfallon who has disowned him hintand himand
and It is to buy bu Mountfallon castle himI and I
drive out the bankrupt father that the tlieretaliatory theretaliatory theretaliatory
retaliatory son comes back to England
Upon hfs arrival at the place of Ms C
disgraceful origin he falls in with and am I
In love with an aristocratic girl of the theneighborhood theneighborhood th
neighborhood Thereupon the social socialproblem socialproblem soda sodaproblem thI I
problem arises ana is discussed all too toothoroughly toothoroughly tOethoroughly
thoroughly for the pleasure pl ure of f an audi audience audiencc ¬
ence Ought a suitor for the hand of a L
fine old familys rare daughter be beac beaccepted ac accepted accepted ¬
cepted at his own real and great value valueor valueor alu aluor
or rejeoted because his parentage parentageworse is isworse Isworse
worse than worthless In short to put putit putIt Pu
It it Biblically Blbllcall as the author does in this thi PuS S
boldly boldl illustrative case shall the sin sinof sinor cli cliof m
of a wholly wholl bad father fatherand and more es especially especially ¬
pecially the one sin of an otherwise otherwisegood otherwisgood e egood
good mother motherbe be visited upon the th S
blarneys blamel ss son The question is pro propounded propounded ¬
pounded In a very dramatic scene scenewhere scenehere seen seenwhere proS S
where here Durham Is asked by the mysti mystified mstified ¬
fied ciri irl who and what he is In the th C
a presence or tne two families concerne concernehe concerned concernedhe concerneehe
he answers with all the quiet dignity dlgnitthat
T that Mr 1 Willard is a master of 1 am amthe amthe amthe
the illegitimate son of Lord Mountfal MountfalIon Mountfallon tountfallon
lon That is at the curtain of the th sec second second seeond ¬
ond act There is a climax of strong
drama at t the conclusion too when the theactor theaftor theactor
actor gives all possible meaning to toDurhams toDurhams
Durhams sacrifice of a life purpose of ofvengeance ofvengeance ofvengeance
vengeance at the point of its accom accomplishment accompllshment accomplishment ¬
plishment because he loves his mother motherand motherand motherand
and his sweetheart sw etheart more than he hates
his father But all the rest of the play
is astonishingly futile considered as the thework thework thework
work of a successfully practiced dra dramatist dramatist ¬
matist like Wilson Barrett intended for
his own 011 use useAfter ueeAiler
After a tour of many theatres in instead mstead
stead of before it Buster Brown has hascome hascome
come to town townbrinbinS brlnging his dog behind behindhim behindhimor
him himor or beside him for Tige is right rightwith i
with Buster at the front of the show showand showand
and twice as big the beast being bein beinpla
played pla ed by a fullsized actor and the th thboy
boy by a little one This is our first firststage firststage firststage
stage view of Tige but we have had hadtwenty hadtwenty
twenty Busters in one bunch He was wasembodied wasembodicd
embodied by girls for a song and dance dancein danccin
in Pin Paff Pouf costumed after aftermade afterOutcaults
Outcaults pictures and an effort was wasn1ade
made to suppress them by law on the theground theground
ground that their introduction was un unauthorized unauthorized ¬
authorized by their creator but each eachhad eachhad
had a girlplaymate in place of the dog
their pranks were not copied from the thecartoons thecartoons thecartoons
cartoons and the court ruled that Bus Buster Buster ¬
ter Brown hats and blouses were no noones noones
ones exclusive property It wouldnt be benews ben benews
news n ws now to describe how the joint jointwriting jointwriting
writing of five tl men named in the pro programme programme ¬
gramme has turned out an entertain entertainment entertainment ¬
ment based on Outcatilts pictorial hu humor humor ¬
a mor in the New York Herald by mixing mlxln mlxlnIt
it up with nursery tales and show girl girlaccessories girla
accessories a < The output is much like likethe likethe likethe
the usual thing with topical jests rag ragtime ¬
time ditties lively dances and sensuous sensuousspectacles sensuouspectacles
spectacles There is more of George AH AHas AUas Allas
as the funny tunn dog than is usually u8uall per permitted permitted ¬
mitted to an actor of animals and the
Bustec Is made mischievously infantile infantileiy lotantileb
J iy b Master Gabriel a small comedian comedianold
old onough to be a Mister and to defy
the Society for the Prevention of Cruel Cruelty Cruelty ¬
ty to Children ChildrenThis ChildrenThIs
This week brought an experiment In Incondensed Incondensod
condensed melodrama molodramaThe The object was wasto wasto
to find out outJf if the twenty tw Jty minutes and no nomore nomore
more hitherto ithertogfven gfven to a play In vaude vaudeville v vaudvifle udc udcUle ¬
ville Ule may maybe be increased to forty and if ifthe Ifthe
the matter may be melodramatic in instead In Instead ¬
stead of o farcical The Fighting Par Parson Parfon ¬
son a throebour fiveact fivea t London Londonshocker Londonhoc1cer Londonshocker
shocker wa was chosen for the tenl teKla a play playof playof
of the kind called Surrey which is a atheatrical athoatrical athoatrical
thoatrical term t rm equivalent to t our Bow Bowery Bowery ¬
ery although there is no > longer a a Sur Surrey SurI S r
I rey re theatre yor i r has there been In Inyears 1ncats inyears
years cats till thepresent season any Bow Bowery BowCO ¬
cry theatre devoted to tOtJ that ttsort L sort of oftheatric ofthoatrlc oftheatric
theatric excitements The material materialwas mat materialwas rla1 rla1was
was reduced to twothirds two thirds of an hour hourand hourand hourand
and the five acts to four scenes with without without without ¬
out intermissions But none non Qt the therouse therouse therouse
rouse em episodeswae episodes a omitted The Theplot Theplot Theplot
plot was boiled downfq dow 1 Q a 3r mouthful but butIt butIt butit
It was too thick to be swallowed so sohastily sohastily sohastIly
hastily A good young clergyman was wasaccused wasaccused wasaccused
accused ere ere the curtain had been up upa upa upS
S a jhinute Inute of misleading the girl he heloved heloved heloved
loved and robbing her father Within Withintwo W1thlnto Withintwo
two minutes a bad brother was exposed exposedto
to us as the libertine by b Intention and andthe andtho andthe
the thief in fact WithIn five minutes minutestheyoung minutesth mlnUteth
theyoung th young mens men father cast out out the thehero thebero thehero
hero aud tqok the villain to his hl bosom bosomWithin bosomWithin bosomWithin
Within seven minutes the heroines fa father fathell father ¬
ther drove roft her Into the streets in a asnowstorm i isnwstorrfl 1 1snQwstorm
snowstorm snowstormDown snQwstormDown
4 Down went the lights and Immedj Immedjately ImmedJate6 immedjately
ately up UP again and there was wastbc the vil villain villain ¬
lain In front of the th church where his hisbrother hiSbrotl1r I
brother was the th pastor p 01tor pursuing the theheroine toeheroine theheroine 1
heroine who had become a Salvation Salvationist ¬
ist st Inciting Tier father by assuring him himthat himthat binthat I
that she was an outcast to enter flu thosacred th thsacred flusacred
sacred edifice and denounce the clergy clergyman clergyI clergyIman clergymart ¬
man as a R hypocrite and hiring a pugi pugilist pu pugilist l llist ¬
list to back UP the th misguided calumnia calumniator calumniator calumniator ¬
tor Another dark change to the In Interior 111teior intenor ¬
tenor of the church and there was the thepastor thepastor thi thipastor
pastor In the pulpit and a congrega congregation congregation congregation ¬
tion in the pews The sermon was in interruptc 1nterrupt
terruptc at the first rst sentence by the thefalse iliefals S
false accusation The people mobbedthe mofbethe mobbed 1
the innocent victim of it Out went wentth wentthlIgl1ts the thelights th thlights f
lights once more and when they were wereturned wereturrifC1 wer4I
turned on n the th < hero > ewaS was being hooted hootedIng hOQ1edy hootecY I
y the rowd < < In the theed 8tr t a1 8au1t 8au1tcd
cd by tHe pugilist But thl 1 a fl fight fightr ht htIn1
Ing In parson paTqflSC r r c see c title t e and TicHhrevr hcthrCrOfTr t Z l off oftI r
Tr T
his Episcopalian Ep scopaUan vestments v Stmehl1 knocked krto k d
the slugggjj slugg down and out at atthe the end endof endot endof
of four fourhot hot rounds r unds proclaimed the in ¬
famy of ohls his brother and the purity t ity of
his sweetheart and strucka final pose poseof poseor poseof
of triumph with the girl on his breast
To tremendous tremend u applause e No The
EighUnguParson had a a competent cast castwelltrained castwelltrained castwelltrained
welltrained supernumeraries and andshowy andshowy andshowy
showy scenery ccener but its melodramatic melodramaticprogress melodramaticprogress melodramaticprogress
progress was so swift as to be q chaotic chaoticthe chaoticth haoUcth
the th effect tre t was likt that of a burlesque burlesqueand 1 > urlesqueand
and the audiencesgiggled azaiiencegjggledOn t tOn fOn
On the same side of the same block blockwhere blockwhere blockwhere
where I saw that odd drama In a a top
grade vaudeville theatre are re a mu museum muscum muscum ¬
scum and a music ball These threeresorts three threeresorts threeresorts
resorts are incongruous in their differ differon dlfCernt differcut
on cut nt characters to be so close together
They Th y are in a shopping district and a asudden afJudden asudden
sudden rainstorm had driven many man manwomen
women from tr m a a round of the department departmentstores departmentstores
1 stores into the decorously continuous continuousvariety conUnnouY
variety Y riety house making a fairly fashion fashionable fashlonable fashionable ¬
able assemblage assemblagenot not one to be appre appreciative appreciative ¬
ciative of The Fighting Parson ParsonAs ParsonAs ParsonAs
As to the museum It wasnt of tho
dime cheap kind klndat at that oldtime price pricewe pricewe pricewe
we have only one In all New Tork Yorkbut but
It was a a halfdollar musee If you youplease youplease youplease
please with the 40 centsof excess ac accent accent accent ¬
cent on the ee And It had no curio
hall with a row of natures cruel jokes jokesen jokescn jokesen
en humanity nor a theatre with his ¬
trionic freaks performing a a drama dramaevery dramaevery 1 1eveIJ
every hour nor any other abnormal abnormalobjects abnormalobjects i
objects of Interest that were alive to 11
demand wages Professionally Professlonall it was wasof wasof aa aaof
of a kind with Madam Toussands wax wax7orks waxworks I I10rks
works show in London Commercially
it was a a cinch The stage entertainment
In the winter Inter garden gardenIn In hot jveather
It becomes a summer garden withno withnochange with 1JO 1JOchanGe nochange
change except in name nameconslsted consisted of ofcome ofoome ofsome
come moving pictures some music r > 1sicby by
an orchestra and an exhibition of
trained trainedblrds birds Think of O t that you ten tencent tencent tencent
cent showmen Why this musee n4usee gets et8
what you charge for admission for a
catalogue without which the groups
of waxen effigies are mostly meaning ¬
less Jfssbelng being numbered not labeled with
names So the visitor has to pay a aper
20 per cent assessment on his original
investment In order to realize any val valu ¬
ue u The man who gets the best satis ¬
faction I think is he who goes in to
see the spectators rather than the spec ¬
tacles He obtains his moneys worth wortheasily wortheasily wortheasily
easily and I r am not saying that t at the
iothers other othergjnd find it hard to but to me the thereward ther thereward
reward r ard for an afternoon spent there
came of looking at a selected visitor visitormore isitormore
more than the things he looked lo ked at He Hewas Hewas
was a stranger working hard at the job jobof jobof
of seeing New York and It was a won
tdr d r 1 that he had arrived at the mu museum muscum ¬
seum with half a dollar left 1 e ft unpicked un picked
from his pocket He glanced with ith un unsuspecting unsuspecting Unsuspecting ¬
suspecting confidence at the wax po ¬ I
liceman t osed > in full uniform at the theentrance theentrance theentrance
entrance and was but doubtful do btful of the t
fashionable woman Jn front of the first firstalcove firstalcove firstalcove
alcove of effigies that be came to His Hisshock Hisshock I Ishock
shock of surprise came camewhen > > when he found
that a liveried attendzmt whom he heasked heasked C Casked 1
asked a question of was a dummy and I j
he was covered with confusion when whenon whenon whenon
on poking a similar figure knowingly knowl g1y
In the ribs Itsturned on him a a grinning
man alive aliveBy aliveBy nlheBy
By that time the
tourist was in acrushed a acrushed a L Lcrushed
crushed condition to take off his hat ha
to Mrs Irs Chadwick Hannah Hanna11Elfas Elias Nan C
Patterson and Dynamiter ifousseau uousseau In t
tire arrays of celebrities quite as c read ¬
ily as to a king or a president a gen general general general ¬
eral or an al admiral and whn wh n he went
down d WJ1 into Intotbe the chamber of horrors he
Express Expr E xpress ss Agent Who Wh Participated in Combats CombatsWith With HoId Holdup ut > Gangs Tells TellsAbout TellsAbout TellsAbout
About His Experiences
T HK death last l st week week of Luther A AFuller AFuller
T I Fuller for fifty years an employe employeof
of express companies twentyflve twentyflveyears twenttleJears
years y ears of which were spent in St Louis Louisas Louisns
as li e superintendent of the eastern divi division divlIon ¬
Ion c on of the Pacific Express company companyrecalls companyrecalls
recalls r the stirring times through which
h ht passed when outlaws and despera ¬
does d oes were riding free lance lan e the western westerncountry westerncountn westernountry
country c then in its infancy and very veryEjaraely veryDj
Ejaraely Dj c araely stttjed robbing banks and andolding
holding h up trains with startling regu regutrIty ¬
larity lftrlt l trIty and with slight fear of arrest arrestsays arrestsaYS
says s The St Louis Republic
During During his administration the James
loys t oys Youngers Daltons and other otherands
bands b ands of outlaws of lesser note were in
their t prime and finally wiped out and andIngr andhe
he h e played a conspicuous part in free rreeIng
Ingr i ng the country of these bands of des desperadoes deNcradocs ¬
peradoes p In many cases he personally personallyconducted personalbccnducted personallyenducted
conducted e the searches for the robbers robbersand robbersand robbersnd
and a nd there is no case ca c on record where wherehe wherehe
he h e eveV went after them that he failed failedn failedlanding
n landing them in the penitentiary penitentiaryand
and a nd recovering a part It not all of the themoney theIlOney
money m oney stolen from his company
An illustration of the respect in inwhich Inwhich inhich
which w hich the outlaws held him is the story
ci C i the installation Install tlon of tho th overland overlandwagon oY rland rlandagon
wagon m agon express service between Mis Missouri MIsurI 115 115stourl ¬
souri s urI City Clt and Excelsior Springs in 1S6 186The i86he
The T he people of Clay CIa county count bad peti petitioned peUtloned petiioned ¬
tioned t the Pacific Express company for forthe Corthe forthe
the overland service but the company companyesitated
hesitated h sltated because that county was the thehome thetume theome
home h ome of the James boys bo s the t1 tl Millers MillersKites MillersHites UllersHites
Hites and other membeis of the James Jamesrnd Jamesrnd Jamesrd
rnd r rd Younger bands and it was consid considered considyed onsldIed ¬
ered e Ied an invitation for losses through througholdupc
holdups l and robberies to install the thethe thescrvfce thecrvfce
scrvfce s But upol upoij representations by
the citizens of the county that the service ser seeice
vice v ice would be protected llr Fuller s spnt spntis nt
ln his l is chief clerk Charles Charl s W W WaltersnCoW Waltersow Walters Waltersnow
now n ow a broker and financial agent with withoffices withotIkes withtlces
offices Q tlces in the Continental Bank build ¬
ing l ug in this city to look over tho t o pro proposed proP91ed proosed ¬
posed p osed route and talk with withthep the people ople
Being apprised bf hlscomfm Ills coming a com committee committee ¬
mittee n of citizens headed by Justice of
toe t he Peace Vance a man who knew knewevery knewevery knewvery
every e citizenof citiz n f the county ount and was in inthe Inthe
the confidence of the James band > and met m t
him h im and introduced him to very < eery memf mem
her of the the Barnes ames band residing lesldlJ1 in the thecounty thecounty theounty
county c Fnyin them he secured te ured < per personal per8nal percual ¬
sonal s pledges that the service would wouldnot wo wouldnot ld ldnot
not only be not disturbed distur cd by them but
that t they thc would guarantee that It Itwould itwould itwould
would never ne r btf b disturbed With this thisajfsurance thisaffSurance thisamurance
ajfsurance the service s nice was established establishednd
end nd continued fdrmore dr more than six years yearsuntil yearluntil
until in the Wabash Wabasmrailroad Vabas railroad built into the thecounty thecounty thecounty t
county withoutmolestation withoutmolestationHowever wltho without t molestation molestationHowcver moJestationHowever
However shortly after the th overland overlandservice overlanftvlc overlandservice
service ftvlc had mad been abandoned aban oned Jim
Cummings and his band made an un unsuccessful unsucce Unsuccessful
successful succe tut attempt at t robbing a Mis Missouri Missouri Missourl ¬
souri Pacific train at Missouri City Cityand Cityand Cityand
and It was in this holdup that Jim
Cummings lost l st his leg and was cap ¬
tured The Theholdttp holdup probably would i
have ben successful but for the vigi ¬
lance ian e of Clay county count citizens who still I
felt f lt an obligation to the company One Oneof On Onof Onof 1
of the th members of Cummings band I
informed Justice of the Ppace P ace Vance Vanceof I
of tle plans plaTWb who in turn Informed Informedthe Inrormedthe inoirneCthe VanceI I
the express agent at Missouri City and anc t
through him the general office in St 5
Louis LouIM LouisAc v 1
As a result Mr Fuller placed his hischief hischief I
chief clerk who was also route agent agentof agentot t It
of this division upon the train agentI In Incharge Incharge Ic Iccharge I
charge of a a posse of guards They The rode rodeon rodeon rod
on o the engine i and when the outlaws outlawsstopped outlaw8stopped I
stopped the train rain the guards started startedture startedthe startethe I
the battle whl which h ended with th the cap
Lure lureot of the entire band including the theone theone m
one who had informed on them This Thisinformer ThIsint Thbinformer tina a
informer int rmer worked hand in hand witlr the thecompany thecomp th i icompany
company comp company ny and was shot on the spot by b
Cummings while the battle raged It Itwas Itwas I Iwas t
was planned planr ed that all the outlaws use usered usered us S Sred
red bandana handkerchiefs for masks
but by arrangement wjth the company
the informer was to wear a white hite C
handkerchief that he might not not be bi e
killed by the guards guardsAshe gunrdsAs
Ashe As JoJel 1 drew df hiswhite h whlt handkerchief bandk < r hfet f
from rro frornbIs his pocket and lJ1dnttfUt attenrpte atterpptedm t dJcm < J to mask maskvHKJt sk sl C
vHKJt ih it Cummings ever cv r alert al rtol lor Xe I
4 4m
seerted een1 d alarmed al tnf d lest l st Tie bcbe be held as a awItness au auwitness a awitness
witness to some of the crimes thereIl theretitustrated ¬
lustrated i horribly hombl in e every ery sense ensc of the theword theord themord
word ord And when he went up to the theroom theroom theroom
room of Ajeeb the Turkish figure figurewhich tlglJrewhich
which beat him in a jiffy at a gameof gameofcheckers g gmpe me ot otcheckersand
checkers checkersand and me as readily at chess ¬
he wouldnt have havcbelfeeu believeu it if he had
been told that the thing wasnt the j
mysterious automaton that Poe once oncewrote oncewrote
I wrote about with naive na ve analysis but butcontained butcontained butcontained
contained Jim Addjcks champion of otthe J Jthe
the Paul Pa l Morphy Chess club playing playlogoi
oi Ola sharing terms of a nickel out oC oCeach
each dime charged c ars per er bcimAbout gameAbout game gameAbout I
About the concert hair It was SLB 6
dirty as the vaudeville theatre and the themuseum ui uimuseum themuseum
museum were clean I associate it with withthem withthem I Ithem
them by way of contrast The house I Ihad
had been becnbuilt built more than a third of a acentury acentury acentury
century ago for Dan Bryants minstrels minstrelsand minstrelsand minstrelsand
and it was in it that he and the still stillliving 8tUlIvlng stilllIving
living Dave Reed introduced the by bygone b bgone bygone ¬
gone negro ditty of Shoo fly dont dontbodder dontbodder dontbodder
bodder me Later the pretty little au ¬
ditorium became a part of Kostcr KostcrBtals KoslerDlaIs KosterBlats
Blats at first circumspect clrcumsJ ct and after afterwards afterwards afterwards
wards otherwise music hall It costs costsnothing costsnothing costsnothing
nothing to get into the he place pla now but butJust butjust butjust
Just as much to stay stay2n in as the Insist Insistent In818ttnt InsIstnt ¬
tnt nt waiters can c n doctor you into intopay pay ¬
ing inl foe fosthe the drinks I i found the stage stageoccupied stageoccupied stageoccupied
occupied by pitiful women detestable detestablemen deU detetabIemen table tabletren
men and a toughroughing extrava extravaganza extrava1aI1Za extravagauze ¬
gauze which contained no novelty noveltysave no elty eltysave
save one which whlchstruek struck J me e as both sad sadand sailand sadand
and funny tunnThe The scene ic c ne was a barroom barroomA barroomA
A grisly old comedian with a ginand ginandfog glnandfog ginandfog
fog voice and a d a wagwabble gait was wasImpersonating wasmpersonatlng wasimpersonatIng
Impersonating a a sot vlth fth undoubtable undoubtableTealism undoubtablerealism undoubtableTealism
Tealism Suddenly his part shifted shiftedfiom shiftedflom shiftedfiom
fiom tomfoolery to a passage from frornTen from
Ten Nights in Ina a Barroom Barroomthe the inci Incident mcident ¬
dent where the drunken Joe Morgan Morganturn Morganturn l1organturn1on
turn1on turn on the tavernkeeper Simon Slade Sladeand Sladend Sladeand
and nd swears to never drink another anotherdrop anotherdrop anotherdrop
drop of rum It Itwas was given in all seri seriousness serlusness seriOusness ¬
ousness and at once I identified the thebrokeridown thebrokendown thebrokerdown
brokeridown actor as a man who had hadbeen hadceen hadbeen
been long ago the hero of the temper temperance temperance temperance ¬
ance play pla The lesson of his role rol had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been lost on him himthat that was clear Nor Nordid NordId Nordid
did It do any good to this audience so sofar sofar safar
far as I could see seeThere There was as a round roundof roundof
of applause after T Which hich the thewa1ters waiterswere waiters waiterswere
were busier than before beforeHowever beforeHowever
However nevertheless notwithstand not itbstand ¬
inS and In spite of the crude clumsiness clumsinessof
of this wretched show one thing in it itwas Itwas itwas
was Belascoah and Sardputsh Sar ou1sh for dra dramatic dramat1c desmuatic ¬
matic effect etrects effectetlbtle suTitle btle and strong realis realistic reaUstic reaistic ¬
tic yet yetlmpresslonal Impresslonal combining with withskilled withskl11ed withskilled
skilled craft the ductility of t comedy comedyand comedyand conmedyand
and the tension of tragedy I like to tobe tobe tube
be analytical analyUcalon on occasion Thisis This 15 it itA ItA itA
A girl and a l man anare are on the stage stageShe stageShe stageShe
She is said to be a soubrette s9ubrette but the therumor qlertmor therumor
rumor Is unfmmded > d for she sheisnt isnt an anactress Onactress n nactress
actress of any anyidnd Kind whatever But she sheIs shdIs slidis
Is pretty in her pink tights even eventhough eventho eventhough
though tho gh they are dulled at the points p pblntshere ints intsbere 1 1vhere
vhere here she has knelt and sat on them themAnd themAnd themAnd
And she has the physical ability to tear teara tearrag
a rag when she Is told to The man manIs manIS
is named in the bill as a comedian but butt butthat
that t atis is another anot er utterly utterl false report for foriTj
iTj 1 all the range of acting actin there is no noclass nodass noclass
class low enough to place him in But Buthe Buthed But1meIprotesque1Li
1meIprotesque1Li he hed > JS 1irotesqucll1 STotesquc Jn his clown icbstiime icbstiimeand osl osthmCand me meand
and actrobatlc enough to strike a con contortive contortiveatti contortive
tortive tortiveatti attitude ud tfcai tIa tiat stcaing stJaln Jils his trous trousers t tmusCia us usCIS ¬
ers Now then thenthere there they are areshe areshewith areshewith she shewith
with a rag in her hands hanlehe hc with the thetrousers thetrousers thetrousers
trousers on his legs Hebends He bends hlmV hlmVself hhnVwlf hin hinialf
self forward till his trousers trousers are arestretched aretretched arestretched
stretched behind hlnv There Therels Is a mo moment monaent mofluent ¬
fluent of suspense uncertainty expec expectation ex expectation pec pect ¬
tation t Uon foreboding Then the girl siritears girltears Irl Irltears
tears the rag 9g
tieachery t quickly noted the act land jandshot
shot s hOt the man in the fac with withhls his shot shotgun shotun hotgun ¬
gun g un After the capture of the band bandCummings bandCummings bandummings
Cummings C and all his men were placed placedon
on o il trial and Cummings was sentenced sentencedto entence < J
to t o five years in the penitentiary Jim
Roach conductor of th the train who Is Islilng isiving
living l and employed as nightwatchman nightwatchmany
by b y the Wabash abash railroad In thi thicity city clt is isthe isthe
the man who shot Cummings in the theeg
leg J eg g
The only other attempt of the James
Iroyu at robbing the company during
the t he time of Mr Fuller < ullcr was their third thirdholdup
j holdup at Blue Cut near Kansas City Cil
I it 1886 About a yar ar before this hold holdUj holdu holdUI
Uj u Mr r Fuller had installed the through throughsystem throughSstem throughystem
system s oh oh the railroads with which his hiscompany hisompany
1 company c was doing business This Thisrrough
I through t safe was very large supposed
to t be burglar proof and had h ad two com ¬ I
binations known only to the agents at atcurtain atcertain atcertain
certain points between terminals terminalsTo
I To this system the express company coupanyowes II
owes the th failure of the robbes ro bes to get t a aD0000
90000 treasure which was onl on onlboard board the thetrain therain
train t held up by them on this particu particuar ¬
lar l ar date They stopped the train and andopened andopenedthe andopened I
opened openedthe the local safe with ease but
they tl t ey were foiled Colle when they came to the theure
through t safe contalning containIn the re real l trcas treasure I
ure Neither N ither they nor the messenger messengercould me enSer
could open it neither could they th y dyna dynamite dynamite dynamite ¬
mite It successfully and were forced to
bt b be content with the therobbery he robbery of the lo local 10cal local ¬
cal safe fa which contained d only 747f >
This robbery robberyended Bended cn e the career of train trainrobbcrs trainrobocrs trainrobbers
robbers in so far as the Paciff Kxr Kxrpiress KX KXPless Expiesii
piress company was concerned concerne concernedumerous 1
Numerous umerous other attempts were made maci
but they tbe were unsuccessful l The Th rob ¬
bers were driven from Missouri and
Kansas into Indian Territory where
they were finally exterminated Many Manyattempts
attempts at holding up the Missouri
Kansas Texas trains were made but butAll butall butall
All were failures In this connection connectiont
it i t is appropriate tQ mentionthe mention thE hero hero1cm
lam of one of the most trusted Pacific Pacificexpress PacIficcxprc Pacificexpress
express cxprc s train messengers John T
Grimshaw Grlm hnw He was in five holdup hr
Indian Territory and was wasnever never robbed robbedonce robbedoncc robbedonce
once onceTwo onccTwo onceTwo
Two of these holdups occurred at ati atPryors
i Pryors pry rs Creok On the first fii t occasion
the robbers r bbers were unable to get into the thecar thecar thecar
car owing to Grhnshaws defense He Hewas Hewas liewas
was an excellent ahpt > and fought fou ht the theup theoutlaws theoutlaws
outlaws to the death The sccnd l101 l101UP hold holdup
up at P Pryors ors Crjeek Crp k yas yasplanned bctterplanned better betterplanned
planned but noniorp nO nornoi l1oQ successful successfulexpress The Theexpress Theexpress
express car was uncoupled front the theAfter
train anll pulled out ome distance qn qna1irldg qna
a1irldg a bridle After Aft r r a long IOJ fight thG th rob ¬
bery hers broke into the car but were w < < 3JEt met metwil metwitJ medwith
wil with h a t stubborn resistance from Grim Grimshaw Grlmsh
shaw sh w who wag va intrenched behind beh hd a apile apile apileof
pile pileof of meat boxes which made hi3 h hi f epd endof epdof epdof
of the car a veritable fortress ivhjqh ivhjqhwas chici1 chici1was
was almost impregnable especially as
it was impossible for the robbers robbersJtp obberst tp ap ap aj ¬
proach 1 without itboutbelng being exposed to the theunerring theunerring
unerring une rlng aim of the messenger
Failing Faiiingto jto to dislodge him in battle bat battlethe battletherobbers lqthe he herobbers
robbers tried to burn him out setting
fire to the bridge but ho ht plucklly pluckiiyremaireii re remained ¬
mained at his post and r rd d again foiled foll rJ the theattempted theattempted
attempted attem > ted robbery of his car He Henever H Henever
never failed failedoC of recognition at the hand handof handlo hands
of o hl his company each time he defended deten e4
its property and whep he quit the tjueservice
service s rvice some sorpe years ears ago he could
boast of a most mo tT remarkable recprd of
having been inmore holdups than any
other messenger aud had never been beeIrpbbed
rpbbed cpbbedThe
The lJe company l mpan p jpractjcaljy actieally lostjiothlng lost JotJli iiothing lg
tpJtralnarobUersi tl lrah Job1J rs hut bu uf was often offenthq thq vie ie
Urn of dl dlshonestemployes inthe In U e money money
department In its various V tlous offices Two
of f these robberies attracted attractedtbe the atten att I ¬
tion of otthe the country at the time and andwill andwill andwill
will be remembered by b many of the theolder theolder theolder <
older citizens The Tiller robbery was wascommlttEd wascommitted
committed In the SL t Louis L ul offices in
1884 and the tbedaring daring way in which it itwas ItwnslOQ itwas
< was wnslOQ done was W3 the source pf wonderfor wonderrmany
many a i day Tiller was was4 a young youn Ken K n
tuckldjj of excellent eXce116ntjClrntapcqmlllG j3ftr pnreimtege itageiCpmlnsr coming t
to this city to accept a clerkship in fchs P1 he f
depoit depotofllces offlces of the th Qpjgipajiyv cornpanyF mpanY
F immediately Isisu dutelY afte att atter5reCeivi ilr t1t rjjevlnK lvI F A hl 1uia ia VV inr rn F
piuittickit IHtTOcWt ft he c ID made a anpticbn p tJ 1tt or oi pfp ixoriitlon
i riitlon tlo 1 1Jf W ll t1c1ml1elti t1c1ml1eltii
bfili1eesuptown offlces uptown then at Fourth Fourth and St
Charles street It is 1 the opinion of
tTi the offl officials rals that he entered the em ¬
ploy pia of otthe the company com any with the th Intention
of committing the crime he
so success suc ss ¬
fully carried c rrfed through two tw years Y a after
wardtHe ward tHe He was not promoted imrae e
tmitely tely because of the objection of one
oa official o who had taken a dislike to him
And a andmlstlucted pd mistructed him However Howev r after
two wo years of persistence he h was made ma
money moneclerk clerk In n the uptown office
Five clerks are employed emplo ed in i111be the
money division and on each alternate
Sunday S one of these
five clerks cl rks was as
nisned n to work while the other four
were off duty On the first Sunday
aftier a fter rhrs hjs promotion Tiller committed
the t he robbery The only other person in
the t he building at the time was a watch ¬
man manapd and he stood as a barrier to TI1 TI1i
i Jk l er r success A dbcttfred cigar soon put I
him out of t the way < and Tiller Till r opened openedthe
the t he safes containing the transfer
m mloey ney amounting to 11700tf He se
CjUfed a valise filled It with currency CUrrenC I
And carried it to the room of a confed ¬
erate erate s Eate named name < 1 11 McFadden < F l en at Fourth I
street and Lucas avenue He made 1
eight trips before b f re he b had taken allthe I
money moneyOf m moneyoi
Of erhiB this amount mtunt 18 1OOO < 00 OO was in silver
and pndthls this he gave g v to Iris confederate confe < 1erate as
his share keeping kcei > ing the 99000 In cur ¬
rency for himself He remained in St
Louis five days before going to Chi ¬
cago where he spent two weeks From
Chicago Ctlca o he went to Milwaukee lIUw3 kee for a
few days daysWhen daysWhen
When he was Wa3 ready 19 leave Milwau ¬ I
kee for Canada his intended destina ¬
tion he bought an extraordinarily fine
trunk of a loeal dealer and left the I
valise containing the money with the
16yearlold clerk telling hint 1 to put it
in i n the trunk and he would send for it I
in the afternoonTillers afternoon afternoonTillers afterpoonTillers
Tillers actions dress and manner
arous aroused d the suspicions of the clerk who
had read of the th robbery and he he forced
the lock l lock < > < k of the valise discovered dI coered the
money The proprietors proprj tor were called
in J im counted the money mon y and p d notified the
police When Wh n Tiller called for the trunk
he was arrested His confederate was
arrested later and on trial each was
sentenced sentenc d to five fleYCdrs years in the peniten ¬
tiary tiaryIn tfa1 tfa1In tiaryIn
In this thi case nearly all of the money
was recovered After serving their
terms in ii the penitentiary Tiller and
McFaddeh returned to St Louis Mc
Fadden opened a saloon which was
afterwSrdMilosed a t dclosed by the police because
Jft had become thgi tbeirgort resort for crooks crooksand crookand
and the proprietor disatwe disappeared red Tiller Tillerwithout Tiller1thout
without mOney7resumed in tadhey qeY < r rsumed um ed his dls1i dishonest n st
life lifeandbecam and becameanrexpert anexpert mailbox mailboxrifler maUboxrifler
rifler He too has 1adI disappeared p ared
The Walton robbery commUted at
Dallas Tex In 1882 was much talked talkedof tnlkedor talkedof
of at thetime th 1fifC TJecaise lecl btIief e bf f the amount amountstolen amQuntstolen amountstolen
stolen andthe ease ea e and dispatch with withwhich withwhich withwhich
which tlie tl1C1Obberw tberobberwasbrought robber was brought to jus j ¬
tice Walton Walt l1 was the Dallas agent of
the expresscompany express company ny and was as unable tinableto unableto I
to resist the tb temptation temPtaUoi temptatioiVwhen when hehad he had
100000 of company c9 11Pany cash in i his posses possession possesslon posseseden ¬
eden He Hetopk took the money monc put ut 10000 Iq
his pocket for expenses xpenesind hnd gave gaTethe gaTetheremainder the theremainder tberemainder
remainder to a awouan wonjan oan irj the cityand
left for MsTormer bUllor hThIormerhome mer home in St John JOh n N7 N7covered N
B The robbery w was s immediately dis discovered discovered J
covered coveredthe and hIs su sudden den absenc gave
the Information as to Its perpetrator v t
He was traced to Kansas City Detroit DetroitWhen t tMontreal
Montreal alfdfinally autd finally found In St John
When arrested arrcslcdhc he confessed the theft theftgave theCtgave theftgave
gave up what he hehad had left of the 10000 10000and 10000and
and told the officers of the location of I
the remainder > r The officers offi < ers who ar arrested arrested arrested ¬
rested him wired the Dallas police poU the
location pf Q f the money mone as told by b Wal ¬
ton and they recovered recov red It It was put
into a can and hung in an unused cis cl ¬
tern under a house In a disreputable disreputablepart
part of the city clt Walton was returned
to Texas and convicted of othe the crime
In this tht cage ca e Mr Fuller personally dij dijreeled dlJrected dI dIreeled
reeled the search 8carchfot for Walton and it is isI
I due almost entirely to his hi efforts that
i the money was recovered and the thief
i arrested In less I than two weeks wee ks after
i the crime crlm was s committed committedMEfiTHW c committedMAG1KENTWIPART mI e I
Continued from Page 1 Section Two Twobalcony Twobalcony Twobalcony
balcony over the State street entrance
All the windows throughout thro ghout thd thdstructure thestructure thdstructure
structure are of plate glass As re regards rebards regarde ¬
bards the finish of the walls of the va various various a arious ¬
rious suites that matter is left to in ¬
dividual taste of each tenant He Hemp may
leave the walls In their present condi ¬
tion or he may JUa have them painted paintedfrescoed paintedfrescoed
frescoed or papered Some have al already alread already ¬
ready read been papered and in each in instance intance instance ¬
stance taste has been exercised to have havethe havethe havethe
the papering harmonize with the gen general general general ¬
eral tone of the building buildlr g
Like a shower of or fresh spring flowers tlicy tileyfell fell on 011 counters countersajid countcrsnd countersimd
ajid nd shelves last week Yhen l1 n the first balmy jjaya and l d bright sun sunshine sunsli sunslituic ¬
sli shine ne came aTbhg u1 hg Lookers Iook I ooker Jand andtakers and takers were tero7t ero7tliore there lpre anjcnty a lJe jent ltr Somp Sompof S Somoof J1 J1of
of the names names you j QJl know knowotllCrs others are r entirely cntir cntirc1 ly new iio not ot alone ione In Inname inilanme l lli
name li mc but yeave an a4 l texturo tc turo as 3 n well w l We Vewouldrfather c woiild 14r i ttlmqr b r haveyou
I see them themrtJjut Nbut ut thcao th thda 5 inay mq be e suggestivQB suggrstigora orgaadies idieeaud < and ld dimities dimitieswith dilI cilinitleswith ju tti s swith
with all alltu the daintiness d1iut ucs of yore ore but prettier if f possibloj lo sib < < ii I color colbringg colorings coloriimgs
ingg swishes swis es with riuhly relmlycmbrok1orid embroidered d dots q t of 9iffcc different t colors colorsKyts eolorIyts co1or1yts
Kyts crepes voile oile melange colonial cheviots bourette b rc te suiting suitingmohair suiti iuitingmohair lgs lgsmohair
mohair lustre Swi5s Sv s jacquards jacqu rds ginghams zephyrs b rs etc tc etc etcVariety ct ctVariety etcVariety
Variety most plentiful plc pleutiful19 drul ISVsc c up to GOo a yard yardALL iardS rd rdc rdAJL
S c a af
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A very iutcr interesting stJ11g lot of robes robesIoi1 loiig and a sacque styles stylesand stylesandtlis stlesandthis and andif
if this falls under the eye e e of the hundreds who wholu wh have Vo told us they theynvcre theycrc theywcre
nvcre crc waiting for just this Half Price opportunity oPllort nit why thpyTl thpyTlnot thpYlnot tmpflnot
not tarry tarry with us the week we k through The short kinds range l 173 a t to < t
t S
A boy bo and chair especially csp cialJy appointed for your o r service in the theshoe the theshoe theshoe
shoe department Convenient Couven nt ready at all times tiin s soJ
3 S oJ oJt
The T e apartment house Is 1ST fcet f 4in in
length l ngth and 87 feet in width idth and l Is built builton builton
on rin a lot 200 OO feet by 99 feeL The owner owners
is i s Mrs Grace Emery EmneryBraulatqrd = = Bral1 BraTtsfQrd rqrd
daughterinlaw of John S Bransford BransfordThere BransfordTnerc
There flier is an asphalted driveway around aroundthe aroundthe
the wholebuildingssomethlncrTirhich WIJQl wholbuilding bui1d1nG somathtugwhich thinwhich
Mr Bransford considers unique in inapar
apartmentjbujldim apar apartment ent bjpdInand ldland and ofjjreat o Jixeat ad advantage a aianlage ¬
vantage to tthe the e occupants occupantsThe occupantsThe occupantsThe
The fojlowlng named firms and indi Indlvtduals mdividuals
vlduals participated d in the erection of ofthe orthe
the structure structureJ
iS J C Craig Salt Lake City it architect architectceorge
George Curley stone and andbrIc1dvork andbrIc1dvorkT brickwork brickworkT
T J Armstrong carpenter ai enter and andstrut andstruttural andstruetural struc structural > ¬
tural Iron n work workP P JMoranr J b Moran5heatlng Moranr heating heatingand heatingand I Iand
and plumbing W A Duvall painting paintingEllas paintingElias
Elias Morris 1lor rls Son marble m arble stork w OXk > rk Salt SaltLake SaltLake SaltLake
Lake Hardware company t tile Iie e Work WorkFrank workFrank mvorkFrank I
Frank Doran plastering Salt Lake LakeElectric LakeElectric LakeElectric
Electric Supply company coI tpany wiring and andfixtures andfixtures andfixtures
fixtures Denver Iron Wire Works Worksstairways Worksstairways
stairways and elevator shaft Charles CharlesC
C Moore Co San s n Francisco p pawer pawerplant > > wer werplant werplant
plant W W V Montague Cp San SanFrancisco SanFrancICo SanFrancisco
Francisco kitchen and nd bakeay bakc appar apparatus i iatus
atus atusURGED i iURGED
e a aURGED
Japanese Japa clc aV q Port Arthur Fired Let Letters Letters Lettees ¬
ters AS Well as s Shells ShellsTht ShellsTh ShellsThat
That Th t the Japanese soldiers besieging besiegingP6rt bes besiegingPort cbirig cbirigport
port Arthursought Artbul souGht from time timoto to totlmotb totlmotbinduco time toinduco to ttiinduce
induco the t th Russians to o surrender In order orderto orderto
to prevent preve t as much as possible unneces unnecessary unnccr unnccr8ar unnecessax ¬
sary sax sacrifice of life and to savo the Bus Russians RU8sIans Bussians ¬
sians from unnecessary unJ1e ssar 1 privations > is ismade Ismade ismade
made plain plainby by the following storytold stor told by bya b ba bya
a correspondent c of the Osaka O aka Asahi AuahlIn AsahlIn AsahiIn
In tho early part of October last the thesian theJapanes theJapanen I
Japanes occdpiedan lipied n ou outpoSt st of a Bus Russian Bussian
sian fort on tho northern elopo Q os tho East EastKlkan bastKlkwan j
Klkwan mountain Kow that the oppos opposinsr opposIn opposlag
lag In forces were brought very near to toeach toeach toeach
each other the U e Japanese generals cneni In Incharge Incharge incharge
charge thought of a hundred hundr and ad one oneplans oneplans oneplans
plans to induce tho individual Russian Russiansoldiers RUflan RUflansoldlc Russiansoldiers
soldiers soldlc to surrender surendor Finally FlnaU they thty ar RrrlM ardyed j
rived at an Ingenious device deviceMlyagoshl delct t tztbagoshl IMlyagoshl
Mlyagoshl ztbagoshl Jusuku wan a e KusslanJapan KusslanJapanese
ese interpreter Jntcrrctcrin in the service serlco of the Jap Japanesb Japafleab j
unes anesb army ar He could write wrie in Russlan Russlanvery Rusia Rusiacr
very cr nicely So he wrote thq following
letter which was wa fastened fastenN to an 4cm arrow arrowand arow arowand arrowand
and was W8 sent with wih the to latter later by b a skil skilful skiltnt kl ¬
tnt archer aher who whoexorM exerted ail al the strength strengthof
of his arm ar arm in bending bendln the bow bowThe 1ow 1owThe howThe
The Russian Rusa Soldiers SoldiersGentlemen Sldie SoldieraGentlemen
Gentlemen Isnt it very cold Wo
Gentemen ver cld are arenow 8 ayenow
now no weary wtary and bored br every eer day an We Vo be ¬
lieve lev6 it is the same sae with 1th you oU You must
be tired tl of this long war w r Your wives and
children chldren c wo woyou 0 presumaaro r ume ao worrying om in about aboutou
you y ou W We Va sympathize amlathize with wih you youYou youYou ou ouYou
You must must bet b wanting wantng food fo Why WhywouldnU Wh Whwold 1 by bywouldzityousuryonder
wold wouldnU wouldzityousuryonder yousurrender ouuri r7 Ifyou I if you do io o we wewill W6Ulg wewillgiye
will willgiye Ulg cbe I Te you yon warm war food fOt We will do you youno youo
no 10 n o harm han but lifter rre you all al the thC cocnforts co coiportso ort
to t o your our satisfaction satisfactiontir satsfacton satsfactonJa satisfactionityntrwish
tir ityntrwish you Ja wsb wish to coimrnmteatevWJllv comnumt = tewlm your OUI I1
home home fasten your our Setters ettrs to to ti stones stne and andthrow andthrw
throw thrw t them to us We Ve will t forward f
1henrfor lu i n vote voteAt yt ytAt youAt rwar
At Mukden Kuropatkin Kurpntkn has been ben de de ¬
feated again ain There la Innu
reatE no certainty certalntr in inreference I ineference
reference r rf to tho coming bf r the Baltic
fleet f f t Port Arthur ArUiurls Is doomed to fall
Those Thoe of you OU wh > Surrender unqler soon will
Xv son
b < 1 happy 1 but A At too those who wholhesttate 1 hesitte wl wilt lift liftmeet
meet ttet a a horrible horible fate ra1t W6 V request i u at of you youprotects t
to take our worts words as comyouaGoU uoa wi wIie
protects protets your 01 wives whl and an children chidren
If you u are ar wiing willing to accept ac pt our or offer offerwe offtr offeewe
we will make all the th
wtl al necessary arrange ¬
nfctsar arrnge
meats met for your YOti surrender surendlr St Stt1 tegl al the eye
of your our superior officers orncer abandon abandO your 01
weapons and come During th the daytimp daytimpcome day dRytIniecome m
come waving wavinr your handkerchiefs At
nights nlJht come saying saYln aloud lou1 Anata nata < < Sir
HYe Ye Dray pr for your our health Goodby
Theeffect Tl etrcet of the th missive mliv was soor Goob seen n
tB oor
Three Thr Russian fugitives fu
Rusian itvp came in front frnt to
the East Klkwan mountain mountain While two of
them wcr wcrt were unfortunately unforunatel shot beforo hl their thehactions
actions actons indicated I dicted their thflr pacific pacnc intention thei
the third thir succeeded suceeded In his hi attempt atEmpt
Ho was wa a sergeant 6C r artillery at th
fort fort Upon Upn investigation InlsUgaton It was found
that he had hd made up his mind to tc surren ¬
der after are1 he read rat roe tho arrow arr mtsJBlve mf lv suttn
various This Th method success successHe succes was repeated repated often otpn with WitL
He Has a aW aWay aWayChicago VVay VVayChicago y yChicago
Chicago News NewsI
r suppose suppoS you hav ha ha a a way Wn of telllr telllrrich temrich teIUrich >
rich peoplefrom bluffers blu bluff rs1 he queried querieda querie
a at as > he handed the t e porter of the sleeping sleepingcar seepin seepincar
car a a dime dimeMost dime1ost dimeMost
Jy y Most 1ost suttingly sah sahrnoslsuttlng ahmos inostylsuttnj uttno
Is it I a secret secretNot secretNot secretNot
Not at all al sun De Dereai real ral rich man manallus mana1us manallus
allus a1us hands me me a dime m after afer I have havexvhile
looked out t r him f Iu o Wmlc 500mile trip tripUhile
xvhile hUe de bluffer blufer hands ands me from 25 to 60 60cents Wcnt SOcents
cents cnt De rioh rIOlhe riohhaye haye to save sye roll de 91nrenc diflCreiice diflCreiiceor
or dy d y would wo ld fetch up in de p Prhou Prhouou porehouae porehouaeyou < rehouse rehouseyou
you ou Know now
S l 1His
His Aqueous queous Humor HumorChicago H HumorChicago mor morChicago
Chicago Tribune TribuneThe TribuneThe TribuneThe
The Mississippi lI8 issippl had made a u a suddn suddcndash suddndash suddndash
dash across act s the country and torn fifty fiftysquare ffy ffyuare fiftysquare
square uare miles mie of territory loose from the theArkansas theArkasas theArkansas
Arkansas Arkasas side sidt sid of the river riverTalk rver rverTalk riverTalk
Talk about your our lightning lghtuin change changeartists changeartlsts
artists gurgled rgled the Father of Waters
TL7 A UT 7 fc C > C Hn Tfc 17
I I I fl Mnstb Most be at t l lls 1st ast three threehnndred hundred shirt waists wfi b here h re yet yetaII all fashionable
I all 11 mticle adefchoice j j CJ1OlC ii fabriesaU ibris aIttim 11 tlimm med d in ways that tt i the the i yetal sen season on has I pr prescribed cribed n J Jas
L 1 as Sb best st Many t4 and many many a cold day is 18 there to come comelD in which yon will want wantt
I I f t them h m And nd many U ny a aday day di in the early er ly spring when whenjackets vh en jackets jACke tb begin ein to come WIl off offHTljuanel of
1 1 1 Ifii HTljuanel lanelwaists wist waists albatross albatoss waists wast brilliantine briatie waists wasts cloth waists waistsand waist waistsI 1
I I c I iI and Int others ote llivided Divded into three thee groups gupsT groupsThe The 3 to 495 49Sg 4 95 go at at195 at195The at1 195 195The 95
II If 1 I I I 1 1I The 5 to t 675 go at at2 at295 295 9 The Te 7 to 1250 go g at at395 t3 395 395alf 95 95Pieces
I 4 i I 1 H alf Prices for All Fur Neck NeckPieces
I t Pieces PjecesandMuffs PjecesandMuffst ancllufs ancllufst and Muffs MuffsNot
t TIl cu i Not Notina ina in a TwelveMonth TwelveMon1hWil Will You Again Have a a Like Lie Opportunity OpportunityA
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patterns patt rns and colorings coloring A clearing cening out lot of several dozens
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pajamas p pfljaniaa jamas that have been 250 for for170 for1O 170 the th 150 150 lS for for1 1 the
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pers that were 7oc 75 a box Mpnday f any Tuesday Wednesday Wcdnosdy45c Vctnoday5c 45c
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