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2 THES THE SALT LT LAKE LAxEJr1ALn HERILB J L STINDAY SlJ TJ Y IMAUCH lfARCH19i1905 19 1905 SECTION THKEE rrnE 1
wall ftvlthone wIth one of o his ovri O ri harpoons harpoonnil We Weall D Dall
all listened Intontly to the young y ung mans manswx mansords rnansvords
wx ords vordsIt ordsIt rds rdsIt
It was v s my iny father who was w s really reallyconcerned renl renlconcerned reallyconcerned
concerned Da Davton vgon hal lm l retired I was wasonly wasonJy wasonly
only 10 years qf age at the time but I Iwas IW8S Iwas
was olfl enduph to tore reel l the shame find findhorror Andhorror ztndhorror
horror of it all It has always been beensald beeneld beentld
sald < < eld that thktmy my fatherstole fath r itole all the se securities socuritlos ¬ I Icuritles
curities and fled It is not true It Itwas Itwas Itwas
was life bl belief that If he were given giventime giventime giventime
time In which to realize them all allwould allould allwould
would ould be well and every creditor paid paidIn paidIn paidin
In full Ue started in his little yacht yachtfor yachtfor yachtfor
for Norway just before the warrant warrantwas warrantWRS warrantwas
was issued for his arrest I can re remember remember remember ¬
member that last night when he bade badefarewell badefarewell balefarewell
farewell to my m mother He left us a alist aHft alist
list of tho securities he was taking ajid ajidh id idlie
h lie < swere that he would come back with withhis wtthbi Withhis
his bi honor cleared and that none who whohad whohad whohad
had trusted him would suffer WellZo Well Wellio
io word was as ever heard from him himagain hima hUnagain
a again ain Both the yacht and he vanished vanishedutterly vanishedutterly vanishedutterly
utterly We Ve believed belh ved my mother and andI
I t that he and itWith it > with the securities securitiesthat securitiesUtat securitiesthat
that h he had taken with him were at atthe atthe atthe
the bottom of the sea We e had a faith faithful faithtul faithful ¬
ful friend however who is a business businessman businessI7lan businessman
man and it was he who discovered discoveredpome disoveredFome discoveredsome
some time ago that some of the securi securities securitiCs securities ¬
ties which my father had with him had hadreappeared hadreappearod hadreappeared
reappeared on the London market You Youcan Youcan Youcan
can imagine our amazement I spent spentmonths spentmonths spentmonths
months in trying tryln to trace them and at atlast atlat atlast
last alter many man doublings doubtin s and dlfllcul dlfllcultlcK dltUcultJCK diflicultleic
tlcK I discovered dl covered that the theoriginal original seller sellerhad fEllerhad sellerhad
had neon Captain Peter Carey Care the own owner ownr owner ¬
er > r or o thta thl hut hutNaturally hutNaturaJlY hutNaturally
Naturally I made some inquiries inauiriesabout inquiriesabout inctuiriesabout
about the man I found that he had hadbeen hadl hadbeen
been l en in command of a whaler which whichwas whIe whIewas whlclwas
was due tb return from the Arctic seas seasat sesaat I Iat
at the very cry time when my father was wascrossing wascrolCSing wascrossing
crossing to Norway The autumn of ofthat ofthat I Ithat
that year was a stormy one and there therewan therewas therewa
wan wa a long succession of southerly southerlygales so southerlygales therl therlale
gales ale My 11 fathers yacht may well wellhave wellllae wellbave
have been blown to the north and andthere andt andthere
there t met by b Captain Peter Careys Careyship Careyship Careyship
hip If that were so what had become becomeof
of my father ratJu r In any case if f I could couldprove coulIprove couldprove
prove from Peter Careys evidence how howthese howthese howthese
these securities came on the market it itwould itwouJc1 itwould
would be a proof that my m father had hadnot hadnot hadtot
not sold them and that he had no view viewto viewto viewto
to personal profit when hen he took them themI
I came down to Sussex with the in intention IntCntion intention ¬
tention of seeing the captain but it itwas itwas itwas
was at this moment that his terrible terribledenth terribled terribledeath
death d nth occurred I read at the Inquest Inquesta
a description 1h1tlon of his cabin in which it itstated itrt itstated
stated rt ted that the old logbooks of his ves vessel vessl yessc1 ¬
sel were preserved in it It struck me methat methat methat
that if I could see e what occurred occurr d in the themonth themonth theiionth
month of August 1883 188 on board the theSra theBra theSea
Bra Unicorn I might mi ht settle the mystery mysteryof
of my fathers fate I tried last night nightto ni ht htto
to get et at these logbooks lo books but was un unable unahJe unable ¬
able to open the door Tonight I tried triedagain trIedagain triedagain
again and succeeded but I find that the thejiaeos theJlages theiagos
jiaeos which deal d al with that month have haveboon havebfen havebeen
boon torn from the book It was nt ntthat n atthat t tthat
that moment I found myself a prisoner prisonerIn
In fl your our hands handsIs
Is that all asked a lced Hopkins HopkinsYes HopkinsYeH HopkinsYes
Yes that is all His eyes shifted shiftedas
as he said ft ftYou ftYou itYou
You have nothing nothin else to tell us uslie uslIe uslie
lie hesitated hesitatedXo hesitatedo
Xo o there Is nothing nothingYou nothingYou nothingYen
You have not been here before last lastiiijeht lastllhcht last3iiglzt
iiijeht iiijehtNo
No NoThen NouThen
NoThen
Then how do you ou account a count for that thatcried thatcried thatcried
cried Hopkins as he held up the damn damning dnmninJ damnIng ¬
ing inJ notebook with the initials initials of our ourprisoner ourwisoner ourprisoner
prisoner on the first leaf and the blood bloodstain bloodftuin bloodstain ¬
stain on the cover coverThe coverThe coverThe
The wretched man collapsed He Hesank Heank Hesank
sank his face in his hands and trem trembled trembd trembled ¬
bled all over overyhere OV1uYhere overWhere
uYhere Where did you get it he groaned groanedI
I did not know I thought I had lost lostit lostit lostIt
it at the hotel hotelThat hotelIhat hotelThat
That ia enough said Hopkins Hopkinssternly HopkInsflernJy Hopkinssternly
sternly Whatever else you have to tosay tofR tosay
say fR you must say Sf1 In court You will willwalk wIllwalk vihlwalk
walk down with me now no to the police policestation policeftation policestation
station Well Vel1 Mr lr Holmes I am very verymuch verymuch cn cnmuch
much obliged to you ou and to your our friend friendfor friendfor friendIcr
for coming comin down to help me As Asit Asitturns it itturns itturns
turns out your presence was unneces unnecessary unnecesr unnecessary ¬
sary r and I would have brought the thecase thease theease
case ase to this successful issue without withoutou withoutyou
you ou but none the less I am grateful gratefulRooms gratefulnoonu gratefulRooms
Rooms have been reserved for you at atthe atthe atthe
the Brambletye hotel so we can walk walkdown walkdown alk alkdown
down to the village together togetherWell togetheruVeU togetherVeIl
Well Watson V ltson what do you think of ofit ofit ofit
it asked Holmes as we traveled traveledback traveledback traveledback
back next morning morningHI
HI 1 can see that you OU are not satisfied satisfiedOh
Oh yes my dear Watson I am per perf perftly perfrctly
f ftly ctly satisfied At the same time timeStanley time5tanle timetaniey
Stanley 5tanle Hopkins methods do not com commend com1l1pnd cornmend ¬
mend themselves them elcs to me I am disap disapy disappointed disaploiIited
y oiiited in Stanley Hopkinus I had hadhoped hadllOped hadhoped
hoped for better things from him One Oneshould Onehould Oneshould
should always look for a possible al alternative aJtplnative aiteinative ¬
ternative and provide against it It Is Isthe isthe isthe
the first rule of crimipal investigation investigationWhat investIgationhot investigationWhat
What hot then is the alternative alternativeThe alterpalive1he
The line of investigation Inv stigation which I 1ha Ihave
have ha V8 myself been pursuing It may ma maygive r rJive
give us nothing I cannot tell But at atleast atlCa8t atleast
least I shall follow it to the th end endSeveral em1Severa endSeveral
Several letters were waiting for forHolmes forHolmes forHolmes
Holmes at Baker street He snatched snatchedone
one of them up opened it and burst out outinto outInto outIito
into a triumphant chuckle of laughter laughterExcellent lauShterExcellent laughterExcellent
Excellent Watson The alternative aJternatiedeveJops alternativedeeiops
develops Have you telegraph forms formsJust formsJust
Just write rIte a couple of messages for me meSuniner meSumner meSumner
Sumner Shipping Agent Ratcliff RatclifflIighlay Tiatcliffhighway
Highway Send three men on to ar arrive a ar arnyc
rive r e ten tomorrow morning morningBasiL morningBasiLrlmls morningBasilThats Basil BasilThats
Thats my 111 name In those tho parts The Theother Theother Theother
other i < s Inspector Stanley StanJe Hopkins Hopkins4fLOld
41 4fLOld 44 Lord Street Brixton Come break breakfast breakf breakfast ¬
fast f < l8t tomorrow at ninethirty ninet1irt Impor Important ImpOltant Important ¬
tant Wire Ire if unable to come comeSher comeSherlock coineSherlock Sher Sherlock ¬
lock Holmes There 1h 18 Watson Yat on this in infernal inf internal ¬
fernal f rnal case has haunted me for ten tenlays tenlaS tenlays
lays I hereby banish it completely completelyfrom compJeteJyfrom completelyfrom
from my 1 presence Tomorrow I trust trustthat trustthat trustthat
that we e shall hear the last of it for foret forSharp
ever everSharp et etSharp
Sharp at the hour lOur named Inspector InspectorStanley llUIDectortanle inspectorStanley
Stanley tanle r Hopkins appeared and we sat satdown satdon satdowfl
down together to the excellent break breakfast breakfast breakfast ¬
fast which Mrs Hudson had prepared preparedThe preJmre preparedThe < l lrhe
The young detective was as in high spir spirits spirIts spirIts ¬
its at his success successYou succeMYou successYou
You really think that your solution solutionmust solutionmust lutlon lutlonmust
must be correct asked Holmes HolmesI
HI I could not imagine a more com complete complpte cornplele ¬
plete case caseIt Cfts CftsuIt caseit
uIt It did not seem to me conclusive conclusiveYou eonc1uSivcYou conclusiveYou
You astonish Astonl h me Mr Holmes What Whatmore Whatmore Vl1atmore
more could one ask for forDoes CorDoes forDoes
Does your explanation cover every everypoint everypoint everypoint
point pointUndoubtedly
Undoubtedly b I find that youngXfligran young SoungNllIgcU1 oungNhigan
Xfligran arrived at the th Brambletye Brambl tye ho hotel hot hotel ¬
tel t l on the very VCt day of the crime He Heame Hea lietame
tame < a me on the pretense of playing golf golfHis golfHis golflis
His lis room was on the ground floor and andho andh
ho h could get out when he liked That Thatvery Thlltcry Thatvery
very cry night n i n I he went down to Woodmans WoodmansL oodm8 oodm8Le
L Le e saw 8 Peter Carey at the hut quar quarrelled quarr1led IUarrfJIcd ¬
relled with him and killed him with withthe withthe withthe
the harpoon Then horrified by b what whathe whatht whathe
he had done he lied out of the hut hutdropping1 hutdtoppinS hutdropping
dropping the notebook which he had hadbrought hadblought hadbrought
brought with him in order to question questionPeter questionPeter questionPeter
Peter Carey about these different se securities seuritles socuritles ¬
curities You may have observed that thatstfmc thatsome thatsiime
some of them were marked with ticks ticksand ticksIWd ticksand
and the others othesthe the great majority majoritywere majorItyW majorityWere
were W > re not Those which are ticked have havebeen havebCfn havebeen
been traced on the London market but butthe butthe butthe
the others presumably pre umabb were still in the thepossession U1eJlo theposess1on
possession Jlo lon of Carey Care and young oun Nell Nellgan NeJlJaJl Nellgaii
gan according to his own account was wasanxious wnsanxious wasanxious
anxious to recover them in order to do dothe do1he dothe
the right thing by his fathers cred creditors credItor creditorL ¬
itors After hi his flight he did not dare dareto dureto dareto
to approach appro eh the hut again for some sometime sometime sometime
time but at last he forced himself to todo todo todo
do so in order to obtain the information informationwhich informationwhich informationwhich
which he h needed Surely that Is all allsimple allsimple allsimple
simple and obvious obviousHolmes obviousHoJmes obviousHolmes
Holmes smiled and shook his head headIt headIt headit
It jfeens eJV to me to have l1a e only one onedrawback oncdrawbAck onedrawback
drawback Hapkins and that is that it itis ItI itUc
is I intrinsically impossible Have you youtried youtried youtried
tried to drive a harpoon through a abody a abody
body 1 > od No o Tut tut my dear sir you youmust youmust youmust
must really pay attention to these de details details do dotails ¬
tails My friend Watson could tell you youthat youthat youthat
that I spent a whole morning in that thatexercise thatexercise thatexercise
exercise It Is i no ca easy y matter and re requires reQuires requires ¬
quires a strong and practiced arm But Butthis Butthis Butthis
this blow was delivered with such vio violence vio1ence vieence ¬
lence ence that the head oflhe weapon sank sankdeep sunlicpep sankcIeep
deep into the wall Do you imaginethat imaginethatI
hie I anaemJe youth ouLh was capable of so sofrightful sofrightful sorigbtfui
frightful an assault a sftuJt T Is in hjgimnn hjgimnnWho fin finaho n I
Who 110 Ivibriobbivi brloblH < I in U rum 8n ami nd rorW7th rorW7thlack rh rhl1k lii1Zk
lack Pttor in the dead of the night
Vas Watt < It his < profile that was asejjnon se e mon n the theblind theblind he heblind
blind Awo twDulghtbaforq nights before 2 Nanp jQjP9OP jQjP9OPking DP Hop Hopkins Hopkins
kins it is another and more formida formidable formidable forinidable ¬
ble person for whom we must seek seekThe seekThe seekThe i
The detectives face had grown grownlonger grownlonger grownlonger I
longer and longer during durin Mr MrHolmqs MrHolmqs MrHolmqs
Holmqs speech His hopes and andhis andhis andhis
his ambitions were all crum crumbling ClumbUng crurnbling I
bling about him But he ha would not notabandon notabandon notabandon
abandon his position without a strug struggle stru struble struggb ¬
gle gb
You cant deny that Nellstm was waspresent waslresent waspresent
present that night Mr Holmes The Thebookwill Thebook Thebookwhl
bookwill book will prove that I fancy that I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have evidence enough to satisfy slttlsf a ajury ajury ajury
jury even if you are re able to pick a ahole ahoe ahole
hole init in it Besides Mr Holmes I Ihave 1lutve Ihave
have laid my hand upon my 1n man As Asto Asto Asto
to this terrible person of yours ours where whereIs
Is he heI heI heI
I rather fancy that he I ie > on the thestair thestair thestali
stair said Holmes serenely I Ithink Ithink Ithink
think Watson that you yo would do dowell dowell dowell
well to put that revolver revolv t where you youcan youcan ou oucan
can reach It He rose ana laid a awritten awritten awritten
written paper paperupon upon a side table Now Nowwe Nowwe Nowwe
we are ready said he heThere heThere heThere
There had been some talking in gruff gruffvoices gruffvoices gruffvoIces
voices outside and now Mrs Hudson Hudsonopened Hudsonopened Hudsonopened
opened the door to say that there were werethree werethree werethree i
three men inquiring for Captain Basil BasilShow BasilShow BasilShow
Show them in one by one said saidHolmes saidHolmes soldHolmes
Holmes HolmesThe HolmesThe HolmesThe
The first who entered was a little littleribstonpippin IIttleribstonpippIn littleribstonpippin
ribstonpippin of a man with ruddy ruddycheeks ruddycbeeks ruddycheeks i
cheeks and fluffy white side whiskers whiskersHolmes whiskersHolmes whIskerHolmes
Holmes had drawn a letter from his hispocket hispockeL hiSpocket
pocket pocketWhat pockeLVhat pocketWhat
What name he asked askedJames askedJames askedJames
James Lancaster LancasterI
I am sorry Lancaster but the berth berthi
i full Here is half a a sovereign for foryour forour foryour
your our trouble Just step into this t1tl room roomand roomand roomand
and wait there for a few minutes minutesThe minutesrhe minutesThe
The second man was a along long driedup driedupcreature driedupcleature driedupcreature
creature with lank hair and sallow sallowcheeks sallowcheeks sallowcheeks
cheeks His name was Hugh Pattins PattinsHe PattinsHe PattinsHe
He also received his dismissal his half halfsovereign l1alfsovereign halfsovereign
sovereign and the order to wait waitThe wait1he waitThe
The third applicant was a man of re remarkable remurkabJe renmrkable
markable appearance A fierce bull bullclog bulldog bulldog
dog face was framed in a tangle of ofhair orUlh ofhalt
hair Ulh and beard and two bold dark darkeyes darkn darkcyps
eyes n 8 gleamed behind the cover of ofthick orthice ofthick
thick tufted overhung eyebrows He Hesaluted HesaJuted Hesniuted
saluted and stood sailorfashion turn turning turning turnjug
ing his cap round in his hands handsYour handsYour handsYour
Your name asked Holmes HolmesPatrick IIomcsPatrick HolmesPatrick
Patrick Cairns CairnsHarpooner CuirnsHarpooner CairnsIiarpoonerT
Harpooner HarpoonerYes IiarpoonerTYes
Yes sir Twentysix Tw ntysix voyages voyagesDundee vOJagosDundee voyagesDundee
Dundee I suppose supposeYes supposeYes supposeYes
Yes sir sirAnd sirAnd sirAnd
And ready to start with an ex exploring cxploring ¬
ploring ship shipYes shIpYes shipYes
Yes sir sirWhat sirVhat sirWhat
What wages wagesEight wagesEight wagesEight
Eight pounds a month monthCould monthCould monthCould
Could you start at once onceAs onceAs onceAs
As soon oon as I get my kit kitHave kitHave kitHave
Have you your papers papersYes papersYes papersYes
Yes sir He took a sheaf of worn wornand wornand wornand
and greasy forms from his ppocket ppocketHolmes ppocketIIolmes ppockctHolmes
Holmes glanced Ianced over them and re returned returned returned ¬
turned them themYou themYou themYou
You are just the man I want said saidhe saidhe saidhe
he Heres the ugreement on the side sidetable sidetabJe sidetable
table If you sign it the he whole matter matterwill matterwIll matterwill
will be settled settledThe settJedThe settledThe
The seaman lurched across the room roomand roomaud roomand
and took up the pen penShall penShall penShall
Shall I sign here h re he asked stoop stooping stooping stoopins ¬
ing over the table tableHolmes tabioHomes tabieHolmes
Holmes leaned over his shoulder and andpassed andpassed andpassed
passed both hands over his neck neckThis neckThis neckThis
This will do said he heI heI heI
I heard a click of steel and a bellow bellowlike bellowHke bellowlike
like an enraged bull The next in instant Instant instant ¬
stant Holmes and the seaman seam un were wererolling wererolling wererolling
rolling on the ground together He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was a man of such gigantic gigan tic strength strengththat strengththat strengththat
that even with the handcuffs which whichHolmes whichI whichHolmes
Holmes had so deftly fastened upon uponhis uponhIs uponhis
I
his wrists he would have very veryquickly veryquickly veryIuikl
quickly Iuikl overpowered my friend had hadHopkins hadHopkIns hadhopkins I
Hopkins and I not rushed to his res rescue rescue rescue ¬ I
cue Only when I pressed the thecold thecold thecold
cold muzzle of the revolver revolverto
to his temple did he at atlast atlust atlast
last understood that resistance was wasvain wasuin wasvain
vain uin We Ve lashed his ankles with cord cordand cordand cordand I
and rose breathless from the struggle struggleI
I must really apologize Hopkins Hopkinssaid Hopkinssaid Hopkinssaid
said Sherlock Holmes I fear that the thescrambled thescrambled
I
scrambled eggs are cold However you youwill youwill youwill
will enjoy the rest of your breakfast breakfastall
I
all the better will you ou not for the thethought th thethought
I thought that you have brought your yourcase yourI yourcase
case to a triumphant conclusion conclusionStanley conclusionStanle conclusionStanley
I Stanley Stanle Hopkins was speechless with withamazement withamazement withamazement
amazement amazementI
I dont know what to say Mr MrHolmes MrHolmes IIrHolmes
Holmes he blurted out at last with a avery avery avery
very red face uIt It seems to me that I Ihave rhave Ihave
have been making a fool of myself myselffrom myselffrom myseiffrom
from the beginning I understand now nowwhat nowwhat nowwhat
what I should never have forgotten forgottenthat forgottenthat > n nthat
that I am the pupil and you ou are the themaster thetnnster themaster
master Even now I see what t you youhave youl1av youhave
have done bufl dont know how you youdid youdid ou oudid
did it or what it signifies signifiesWell 5ignineYell sIgnifiesWell
j Well well said Holmes Holm good hu humoredly huJnoredl haxnorediy
i moredly Jnoredl uYe We all learn by experience experienceand
and your our lesson this time Is that you youshould youshould oU oUshould
should never lose sight of the alterna alternative alternaUe alternative ¬
tive You were so absorbed In young youngNeligan youngNeligan youngNeligan
Neligan that you could not spare a athought athought athought
thought to Patrick Cairns the true tru6murderer tru trumurderer truemurderer
murderer of Peter Carey CareyThe CareyThe CareyThe
j The hoarse voice oic of the seaman broke brokein
I in on our conversation conversationSee
See here mister 8ald aid he I make makeno
j no complaint of being bein manhandled in inthis inthis i ithis
this fashion but I would have you call callthings callthings callthings
things by their right names You say sayI
I murdered Peter Carey I say sa I killed killedPeter killedPeter killedPeter
Peter Carey Care and theres there all the differ difference ditIfrence differonce ¬
ence Maybe la lJe you ou dont believe what I Isay Iany I Isuy
say Maybe you ou think I am just sling slinging slinging slinglug ¬
ing you a yarn yarnXot yarnNot I INot
Not at all said Holmes Let us ushear ushear
I Ihear
hear what you ou have to s sa sauIts say sayits y yIts
uIts Its soon told and by b the Lord Lordevery Lordevery Lordevery
every word of it is truth I knew mew Black BlackPeter BlackPeter i iPeter
j Peter and andwhen when hen he pulled out his knife knifeI I II
I whipped a harpoon through him himsharp bUnsharp i isharp
sharp lor I knew that it was him or orme orme orme
me Thats how he died You can call callit callIt callit
it murder Anyhow Anho Id as soon die diewith diewIth diewith
with a rope roPe round my neck as with withBlack withBJaek withBlack
Black Peters knife in my heart heartHow heartHow heartHow
How came you ou there asked askedHolmes askedH01me askedHolmes
Holmes HolmesIll H01meuru HolmesIll
uru Ill tell it you ou from the beginning beginningJust beginningJust beginningJust
Just sit me up a little so as I can speak speakeasy speakeas speakeasy
easy eas It was in S3 that it happened happenedAugust happenedAugust happenedAugust
August of that year enr Peter Carey was wasmaster wasmaster wasmaster
master of the Sea Unicorn and I was wasspare wuttspare wasspare
spare harpooner We Ve were coming out outof outof outof
of the icepaek icepa k on our way home with withhead withhead withhead
head winds and a weeks southerly southerlyS southerl southerlgul southerlygale
S gul gale le when we picked pIck < l up a a little craft craftthat craftr craftthat
that had been blown north There was wasone wasonE wasone
r one man onher on onhera hera a landsman land man The crew crewhad crewhad crewbud
had thought Utou ltt she would founder and andhad an anhad antihad
had made for the Norwegian coast in inthe inthe inthe
the dinghy I guess they were all alldrowned androwned alldrowned
drowned Well we took him on board boardthis boardthis boardthis
this man and he and the t e skipper had hadsome hadsome hadsome
some long talks in the cabin All the thebaggage thcbllggage thebaggage
baggage we took off with him was one onetin onetin onetin
tin box b x So far as I know the mans mansname manslULme mansname
name was never mentioned and on the thesecond thesecond thesecond
second night he disappeared as as if he hehad hebad behad
had never been It was given out that thathe thathe thatlie
he had either thrown himself overboard overboardor
or fallen overboard in the heavy weath weather ¬
er that we were having Only one man manknew mankne manknew
knew kne what had happened to him and amIthat andthat
that was me for with my own eyes I Isa Isaw
saw sa the skipper tip up his heels and andput andput andput
put him over the rail in the middle middlewateh middlewatch
watch of a dark night nl ht two days be before before before ¬
fore we sighted the Shetland Lights LightseU LightsWell
Well eU I kept my knowledge to my m mselC myself
self and waited to see what would wouldcome wouldcome wouldCaine
come of it When Yh n we got ot back to Scot Scotland Scotland
land it was easily hushed up and no nobody nobody nobody
body asked any questions A stranger strangerdied strangtrdIed strangerdied
died by b accident and it was nobodys nobodysbusiness nobodJsbusiness nobodysbustns
business to inquire Shortly Sbortl after Peter PeterCarey PeterCare PeterCarey
Carey Care gave up the sea and it was Ions Ionsyears lOllSyears longyears
years before I could find where he was wasI
I guessed that he had done the deed deedfor deedfor deedfor
for the sake of what was in that tin tinbox tinbox tinbox
box and that he could afford now to topay topay topay
pay me well for keeping my mouth mouthshut mouthsbu mouthshut
shut shutvI shutI
sbuI
vI I found out where he was through througha
a sailor man that had met him in Lon London London London ¬
don and down I went to squeeze him himThe 111mThe himThe
The first lst night he was reasonable reasonableenough reasonablecnouch reasonableenough
enough and was ready read to give me what whatwould whJtwould whatwould
would make me free of r the sea for life lifeWe JiC JiCe lifeVlre
We e were to fix it all two nights later laterWhen laterWhen att > r rVhen
When I 1oanlOI oame I found fou 11 d him three part partdrunk 1 lartdrunk > artf artfdrunk °
drunk and In a vile tamper tom > > eI We Ve sat satthe satdo s t tdoWol
do doWol wo drank Janl and wo Jarntf Jarntfn1r yarnfnbti
n1r nbti I lI1c inca but the morC he drnJd drnJdth drak draktht
the th less I liked Ilk a the he look on his face c
Ispotted I spottei that harpoon upon the > wall walland walland < 111 111and
and I thought I might need it before I IWas Iwas Iwas
Was through Then at last he broke brokeout brokeout
out at me spitting and cursing with withmurder withmurder
murder murd < r In his eyes and a great clasp
knife in his hand He had not time to toget toget
get it from the sheath before I had h d the theharpoon thch theharpooa
harpoon h anw on through tho rough him 1 Heaven Hea ven what whata t tn
a y yctil fll he gave and his face aQ gets be between b bhveen between ¬
tween me and my sleep I stood there therewith therewith
with rUh his blood splashing round me meand meand meand
and I waited for a bit but all was wasquiet wasl wasqUiet
quiet l ct so I took heart once more I Ilooked L Llooked Ilooked
looked round and there was the tfiv tfivbox dhbox tfitbox
box on the shelf I had as much right risrhtto rightto
to It as Peter Carey Care anyhow so I took tookit tookit tookIt
it with me and left the hut Like a afool afool afool
fool I left my baccypouch upon the thetable thetable thetable
table tableNow
Now Ill tell you the queerest part of ofthe ofthe I ItlJe
the whole tory I had hardly hardl got ot out outside j
side the hut when I heard hea rd someone someoneCOm someonecoming
coming COm J19 jind and I hid among the bushes bushesAnian bushesA J
A Anian niari came slinking along went Into Intothe s
the hut gave a cry as If 1L he had seen seena se n na
a < ghost and legged it as hard as he hecould hecouJd liecould j
could iun until he was out of sight sightWho si slhtlvho ht htO
Who O he was or what he wanted is ismore IsmOre I ImOre
more than I can tell For my part I Iwalked 1 1valked
walked ten miles got a train at Tun Tunbridge Tunbridge I
bridge Wolfe rel ard al so o reached London Londonand 1ondonand Londonand
and no one the wiser wiserWell wiserYelJ wiserWell
Well when I came eametIJ to examine xnmin < the thobox thebox thebox
box I found there was no money in it itnd itlJd Itsiid
siid nd nothing iiothin but papers that I would wouldnot wouldnot
not dare d tc to sell 1 had lost my hold holdon holc1on holiton
on Black Peter and was stranded in inLondon inLondon I
London without a shilling There was wasonly wasonly wasonly
only my trade tradeJeft left I saw these adver advertisemonts advertisemonts
tisemc tisemonts ts about harpooners and nd high highwages highwao highwages
wages so o I went to the shipping agents agentsand agentsand agentsand
and they the sent me here Thats all 1 1know 1kno Iknow
know kno and I say again aln that if I killed killedBlack km ltlllCdBlack d
Black Peter the law should give me methanks methanks methanks I
thanks for I saved them the price of ofm ofa ofa
a hempen rope ropeA ropeA
A 01 very clear statement said saidHolmes saidHoJmes saidIIolnies
Holmes rising and lighting ligllU 1 his pipe pipeI
I think Hopkins that you should shouldlose shouldlose shouldlose
lose no time tlt 1e in conveying your OU1 prison prisoner ¬
er to a place of safety This room is isnot Isnot Isnot
i not well adapted for a cell and Mr MrPatrick MrPatiiek r rPHtrilt
Patrick Cairns occupies too large a pro proportion proportion proportion ¬
portion of our carpet carpetMr carpet1Ir carpetMr
Mr Holmes said Hopkins I do donot o onot i inot
not know how to express my gratitude gratitudeEven graUtu graUtuEven gratitudeEven
Even now I do not understand how you youattained yuuattained youattained
attained this result resultSimply resuitSimply resultSimply
Simply by having the good fortune fortuneto
to get the right clue from the begin beginning beginnIng beginning ¬
ning It is very ery possible if I had hadknown badnown hadknown
known < nown about this notebook it might mighthave mi mighthave ht hthave
have led away my thoughts as it did didyours didyours didyours
yours But all I heard pointed in the theone theone theone
one direction The amazing strength strengththe strengththe strengththe
the skill in the use of the harpoon the therum therum theiurn
rum and water the sealskin tobacco tobaccopouch tobaccopouch tobaccopouch
pouch with the coarse tobacco tobaccoaU tobaccoaUthese tobaccoaltthese all allthese
these pointed to a seaman and one who whohad whohad whohad
had been a whaler I was convinced convincedthat convincedthat I
that the initials 4P P C upon the pouch pouchwere pouchwere I
were a coincidence and not those of ofPeter ofPeter
Peter Carey Care since he seldom smoked smokedand smoleCdand smokedantI I
and no pipe was found in his cabin caliijiYou c cabinYou bil1 bil1You
You remember that I asked whether whetherwhisky whetherwhisl whetherwhisky
whisky whisl < y and brandy brand were in the cabin cabinYou cbInYou cabinYou
You said they were Ilow many man lands landsmen landsmen landsmen ¬
men are there who ho would drink rum rumwhen rumwhen rumwhen
when they the could get these other othersplrite otherspiritcc otherspirits
spirits Yes I was certain it was a aseaman aseaJnan asearnan
seaman seamanAnd seaJnanAnd searnanAnd
And how did you ou find him himMy himMy 7 7dear
My dear sir the problem had be become become become ¬
come a very simple one If it were a aseaman aseaman aseaman
seaman it could only be a seaman Se man who whohad whobad whohad
had been with him on the Sea Unicorn UnicornSo
So far as I could learn he had sailed sailedin sail cd cdIn
in no other ship I spent three days daysin dasin
in wIring to Dundee and at the end endof endof endof
of that time I had ascertained the thenames thenames thenames
names of the crew of the Sea Unicorn UnicornIn
In 1883 i8S When I found Patrick Cairns Cairnsamonjthe CaIrnsnmongojhe Cairnsnrnonghe
amonjthe harpooners my m research researchwas researchwas researchwas
was nearIng its end I argued that the theman theman theman
man was probably in London and that thathe thathe thatlie
he would desire to leave eae the countryfor countryfora countr country for forJ
a J time I therefore spent some days daysin d daysin s
in the east end devised an Arctic ex expedition expeditlon ¬
pedition put forth tempting terms for forharpooners forharpooners forharpooners
harpooners who would serve under underCaptuin underCaptain
Captain Basil BasHand and behold the result resultWonderSul resultVonderwtlu resultWondernl
WonderSul cried Hopkins Won UYonderful Wonderful Wonderful ¬
derful derfulYou derfulYou
You must obtain the release of ofyoung ofyQung
young Neligan as soon as a possible possiblesaid possiblesaid possiblesaid
said Holmes I confess that I think thinkyou thinkyou thinkyou
you owe him some apology The > tin tinbox Unbox tinbox
box must be returned to him him but of ofcourse ofcourse ofcourse
course the securities which Peter Carey Care Careha
has ha sold are lost forever Theres the thecab the thecab
cab Hopkins and you ou can an remove your yourman yourman OUr OUrmm
man If you want me for the trial my
address addrcis and andth that t of Watson Tatf m will ill be besomewhere besOIJ1 besomOwhere
somewhere sOIJ1 wh re II in il Norway NorwarU Ill send par particulars particulars particulars ¬
ticulars later laterQopyrisht laterefoP7ht latertoiyright
Qopyrisht 1804 by A Conan nan Doyle Doyleand Do Doileanti e eand
and Colliers Weekly V e1 ly
Copyright 1303by lJO by M MOlIue < 91ue 31ue Phillips PhillipsS Ph IIIps
8 S Co CoSPECIAL Cor CoSPECIAL CoSPECIAL
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SPECIAL TRAINING TRAININGBY TRAININGfOR
fOR OR WOMEN WOMENBY I IBY
BY MARGARET E SANGSTER SANGSTER SANGSTERE i iE
E LIVE in a period of ofspecialization ofspEiaIizatlon ofspecialization
specialization and she shewho sheS
W S who would enter the lists listsof listsI I It
of the selfsupporting selfsupportingcannot selfsupportineannot selfsupportingcannot
t
= cannot < ignore this neces necessity nccetsIty uccessity ¬
sity of the times If you youhope youhope ou ouhope
hope to make your our way wayanywhere wayanywhere ay ayanywhere
anywhere you must pre prepare prepare prepare ¬
pare yourself ourself definitely definitelyand definite definiteand definitelyand
and not trust to knack or quickness quleknessor quleknessora or ora ora
a happy ha py combination of circumstances circumstancesIsabel cIrcumstances13abel circumstancesIsabel
Isabel has been talking to me today toda todaShe
She is confronted as many a delicate delicatelyreared delicatelyreared ¬
lyreared 1 leared young un woman has been be before before before ¬
fore her with an urgent and compul compulsory compulory compultory ¬
tory ory situation > Suddenly the family familybreadwinners fami famibreadwlnners familybreadwinners
breadwinners death has revealed to tothe tolhc tothe
the consternation of the family that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there ia almost nothing to todepend depend on onI onhI onI
hI I am heartbroken confesses conf sses Isa Isabel IsaQeJ isalel ¬
bel now that my father is gone at atthe atthe atthe
the thought of my exactions and de demands demands domantis ¬
mands upon him That velvet gown gownlast gownlast gownlast
last winter those costly costlyfurs furs the trip tripabroad tripbroad trillabroad
abroad a year ear ago and the expensive expensiveIndulgences expensIveindulgences expensiveIndulgences
Indulgences I have always had for the theAsking thesting theasking
Asking must have sorely tried his fail failing faJ1InQ faillug ¬
lug strength Now when it Is I too late latewe latewe latewe
we at home sec that he was the prey preyof preyof preyof
of a terrible anxiety that thathe Jie never had hadany hadan hadany
any an freedom from from the grind of business businessWe businessVe
We Ve e Would perhaps have been better off offIf orfIf offif
If father had lived longer but the thestrain thestraIn thestrain
strain was as more than he could stand standand standand standaild
and It killed him poor father And I Imust Imust Imust
must find work at once The puzzle is iswhat iswhat iswhat
what can I do doWhat doYhat doWhat
What have you thought of doing doingI doiulI
I asked Isabel is 25 2 a gentlewoman gentlewomanrefined gentlewomanreUlled gentlewomanreiliied
refined gracious graceful raceful domestic domesticthe domcsticthe domesticthe
the sort of girl who in simpler days dayswould dayswould as aswouJd
would before beforethis v this time have married marriedand marriedand marriedazul
and had her own home homeMy homelIMJ home4My
lIMJ My plans are of the vaguest She Shelooked Shelooked Shelooked
looked up at me with her candid eyes eyesand ecsand eyesmd
and her winning smile OIl I can keep keephouse keephouse keephouse
house after a a fashion I can play ac accompaniments acompaniments acCompaninients ¬
companiments I can sins sin a little I Ihave Ihave Ihave
have the usual education of a lady ladyWhen ladyWhen ladyWhen
When I was graduated from from the school schoolof
of the Misses in Washington I vas vjassupposed vassupposed as assupposed
supposed to be finished according to the themost themost themost
most approved standards I was sent sentout sentout sentout
out as an elegant young lady lad But I Idont Idont Idont
dont know enough to teach and I Ihardly Ihardly Ihardly
hardly think I really know very much muchof muchof muchof
of anything I have thought of becom becoming becoming becoming ¬
ing a companion to some lady who wholives wholives wholives
lives by b herself or to some one who is isgoing isgoing isgoing
going abroad You need no special specialtraining specialtrainin specialtraining
training trainin to be a companion com anion All YOU vouhave YOUhave youhave
have to do is to find a place fit in and anddraw anddraw anddraw
draw your salary salaryThat salaryuThat salaryThat
That is I the popular impression I be believe belien behieve ¬
lien but oh my child I pleaded if ifyou ifOU ifyou
you OU dreamed how many man girls are In the theidentical theidentical theidentical
identical predicament with yourself yourselfyou yourselfou yourselfyou
you ou woUld be discouraged at the out outset outset outset ¬
set When a young oman is sorrow sorrowfully sorrowfUll sorrowfully ¬
fully fUll conscious that she has no thor thorough thorough thorough ¬
ough equipment for anything In partic particular parlicular particular ¬
ular she decides on seeking a position positionas
as companion Judging from the girls girlswho girJswho girlswho
who come to me I Imagine that two out outof outof outof
of three situated as you are turn their theireyes theireyes theireyes
eyes in this direction directionWell direetionYell directionWefl
Well saiii Isabel OIl I am certainly certainlyboth certalnl certalnlboth certainlyboth
both amiable and obliging I am amsaid amsaidto said saidto
to read aloud well I dont mind takIng tak taking ¬ j jing
ing care of an invalid I can fill in inchinks inchinks inchinks
chinks and there are chinks In most mosthouses mosthouses mosthouses
houses I would honestly honestl earn my sal salar sala salar
ar a >
I have no doubt you ou would Yet to tofill tofill tofill
fill in chinks at home to read aloud to toones toones toones
ones mother and aunt and to be sweet sweetly sweetl sweetly ¬
ly l considerate without compensation compensationis
is far simpler sim sirnierthan ler than to undertake such s suchobligations ch chobligations
obligations for money mone while to be uni uniformly uniformly ¬ I Ionnly
formly tactful patient and courteous in inthe Inthe inthe
the house of a stranger is a great un undertaking undertalilng undertaking ¬
dertaking dertakingThe
The employer may ma be very er charm charming charming charming ¬
ing and thoughtful or she may be
a domineering old person like Lady
Henry in Lady Roses Ros s Daughter She Shemay Shemay Shemay
may be a alump frump a a decayed deca d beauty or ora ora ora
a a sufferer from neuralgia neur J a or gout She Sheis Sheis SheIs
is quite likely to be solitary In the theworld theworld theworld
world the last survivor of her family fainil fainilOra
or Ora a woman to whom whom1ate fate has been un ¬
kind If she is gentle considerate and andagreeable andagreeabJe andagreeable
agreeable and the household about her heris heris heris
is agreeable her companion is still In Inan inan Inan
an anomalous position The servants servantsare
are apt to be jealous or her and she shemay shema shemay
may ma have reason to t envy the cook cookwhose cookwhose cookivhose
whose duties are defined The compan ¬
ion Is often grudgingly paid If she shetravel shetrael shetravel
travel with her employer she is not notmuch notmuCh notmuch
much better off than a ladys maid has hasfew hasfew hasfew
few more privileges and not much more morempney moremqney moremqney
mqney at the end of a week or month monthIsabel monthIsabel monthIsabel
Isabel I said and I i repeat the theadvice theadylcc theadvice
advice to all girls whom it may con concerti concern concciii
cern at any cost even now acquire acquiresomething acquiresomething acquiresomething
something that the world wants w i1ts and andwill andwill andvihi
will pay for Granted two years of ofpreparatory ofpreparatOi ofpreparatol
preparatory Vork rk and ydu du may be a akindergrartnerwith akindergartnerylth akindergartnejrjt
kindergrartnerwith no nodimcultin difficulty 4n se securing securing socuring ¬
curing an excellent and wellpaid posi position position posttion ¬
tion in from rom six to eight months at atthe atthe atthe
the longest longestou you may ma become a stenog stenographer 5tonographer stenographer ¬
rapher and typewriter A girl who is isexpert isexpert
expert in this vocation need not go gobegging gobegging gobegging
begging for a vacancy Everything you youhave youhave youhave
have already alread attained your social socl l ease easeyour easeyour easeyour
your ability to write good English your yourslight your8Jight yourslight
slight knowledge Of French and Ger German German German ¬
man acquired at school will contribute contributeto
to help helpyou you ou here hereI
I advise you to study stenography stenographyor
or at least to study something s as asprofitable asprofitable asprofitable
profitable bookkeeping for example exampleYou exampleYou exampleYou
You will not find It a waste to give givethe ghcthe givethe
the time to this though to support supportyourself supportourseJr supportyoursolf
yourself in the interval you should shouldhave shouJdhave shouldhave
have to dispose of your furs and sell sellyour sellyour sellyour
your diamond brooch and rings rin The Thetypewriter Thet Thetypewriter
typewriter t machine Is in every ever law of office otfice offlee ¬
fice in every counting room in every everyfactory evelJfactor everyfactory
factory factor and in almost every home and andthe andthe andthe
the supply supp of excellent operators has hasnever hasnever hasnever
never yet exceeded the demand demandIf
If you OU choose choo e become a nurse nur e You Youyourself Youyoursel Youyourself
yourself know whether this would at attract attract attract ¬
tract you ou All women are not naturally naturallydeft naturaUydeft naturallydeft
deft in taking care of the sick nor pa patient patient patieiit ¬
tient In bearing with their caprices capricesBut caprIcesBut capricesBut
But If a woman have any an talent in this thisdirection thisdirection thisdirection
direction and If i her health is perfect perfectand perfectand perfectand
and she possesses an ordinarily good goodeducation goodeducatIon goodeducation
education she cannot do better than thantake thantake thantake
take up this work workWillie workWItHe workWhile
Willie in training at a a hospital hospitalschool hospitalschool hospitalschool
school if you ou choose this you will be bepaid bepaid bepaid
paid 8 or no 10 a a month and your board boardand boardand boardand
and lodging will be assured The work workis
is extremely arduous there are few fewholidays fewholidays fewholidays
holidays during the two years or three threeas
as It may be of training and the novice novicewill novi noviwIll novicewIll
will have aching feet and an aching
back many a time You will not mind mindthat mindthat mindthat
that if you are enthusiastic and do not notrebel notrebel notrebel
rebel at little trials or big hardships hardshipsYou hardshipsYou hardshipsYou
You will find yourself under a disci discipline discipline discipline ¬
pline as severe and peremptory as that thatin thatin thatin
in the army arm You will have to obey obe the tlndoctor thtdoctor thedoctor >
doctor Implicitly you will have no noright norightof right rightof
of private judgment hut you will willbo willbohappy be behappy behappy
happy in alleviating pain and doing doinggood doinggood doinggood
good The whitecapped nurse is very verywelcome veryweJcome verywelcome
welcome in the sick lck room and to the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little child tossing on a hot pillow she sheis sheIs sheis
is indeed a ministering angel There Thereis
is little danger dauS < r after graduation of hav having having haytrig ¬
ing long spells of idleness since it is isnow isnow isnow
now as customary to have a nurse as a aphysician aphysician aphysician
physician in serious illness Nurses Nursesare Nursesare Nursesare
are generously paid On the whole I Iknow Iknow Iknoss
know no other class so much to be hon honored honored henored ¬
ored and so devotedly loved by grate grateful grateful rate rateful ¬
ful patients who are are often friends for forlife forlife forlife
life lifeIsabel
Isabel sighed sighedI
I will think of f what you have havesaid havesaid havesaid
said was her conclusion I feel that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you must be right No one can sue succeed suoceed sueceed ¬
ceed today toda without positive training as aswell aswell aswell
well as soma real ability abilityCopyright abnlt abnltCopyright abilityCopyright
Copyright 1905 by Joseph B Bowles BowlesThis Bowieo BowieThis BowlesThis
o
This Didnt Count CountWashington Countrashington Countrashingtoli
Washington and Hamilton were play playIng pa paIng playing
Ing billiards billiardsYou bIlJlardsYou billiardsYou
You play pla a pretty good game gen general generaI gencml ¬
eral remarked r the latter latterOh JatterOh hatterOh
Oh fair said our first president presidentas
as he made a difficult shot but I Idont Idont
dont begin to play the game I used to toAleck toAleck
Aleck AleckThis AeckThis AleckThis
This was as near as Washington ever evercame eercamo evercaine
came to it
BLOOD DLo POVERTY POVERTYThe
The Greatest of All Afflictions BreaKs BreaKsI BreaksDoWn BrealtsDown
I DoWn > own the Health and Invites Disease DiseaseBlood
Blood poverty or Anaemia is due to a lack of healthgiving properties in th2 th blood
Instead of being rich strong and pure it has become infected with some poison or germ germwhich germwhich germwhich
which has destroyed the rich red corpuscles that furnish nutriment and strength to the body bodyand bodyand bodyand
and is reduced to such a weak watery state that it is no longer able to keep the systemin system in
health or ward off the countless diseases that daily assail it itEvery itEvery
Every part of the body is dependent on the blood for nourishment and strength and i iwhen
when this vital stream of life becomes impoverished and rundown the effect is quickly I I
shown The destroying of the red corpus corpuscles corpuscles corpusdes ¬
cles des takes the color and glow of health from HEALTH ALMOST BROKEN DOWN DOWNthe DOWNthe
the cheek and we see pale Sallow faceS Gentlemen GentlemenFor For several years I was a sick man Just Justi Justwhat Justwhat
i 11 i j 1 y i what was the matter I do not know but I do know Iwas I Was
friallrV ivi vashedout > cri nrnir r kTtir l riio ooaH
chalky complexIons > virfic dIseased < j r i ibodies
indeed a sick man and could get nothing
bodies Weak Constitutions and a general thatxrouldbringmeont that wouldbrlngme out Last Lastwlntermy winter my myi
i j troublewas trouble was at its worst I was unable
jj CJTI 11
brokendown condition of the t
health
to work for several months lost in flesh t tBlood
Blood poverty is often an an inheritance had no ambition am amjition ition or energy whatever and andWaS andwas i
i 4 44 j JL i i j was extremely nervous I really became ij
parents it to their children
transmitting
alarmed about my condition I asked a aand aand
and all d those SO afflicted live a life of Sllfferiuo S suffering uffc riD 0 friend of mine what I should do He told toldn toldme toldme
fiTIrt and n A flicfkncf dIsease < = TH They I h = ir rlr do J not n t f ir coooc he flia 11 nat Mi4 Mi4ural me s S S had = done him a world of good °
possess in some chronic trouble and strongly ad adural adural
ural energies energt ° es that belong to their more for vised me to begin b in it i did so imagine Imaginemy
O Tnv my glad r luH surprise jmni5 tn to finrl find THTCT I was actually nrrfTi 11 r rn
tun tunate ate companions who are blessed with n a d
improving after using nsin a few bottles of ofrrooV A
healthy strono strong b blood supply they have th the medicine Of course I oontinued oontinuedwith v > w 71 71b
rrooV Weak V bodies rJ soft < T + a i i i t ox1 with the medicine with the result that it put me on my
flabby muscles brittle feet again and a d made me a well man My blood had gotten
bones often weak eyes and Scrofulous affec very ory poor and weak and I would have broken down and andf
tions f o or of f various T O 1 kinds J TM i lost my health entirely had I not taken S S S
various also
They are more
wooster
Ohio L Y McCLURE MOCLTJEEsusceptible MoOLUREsusceptible McCLUREsusceptible
susceptible to Catarrh Rheumatism and andother andother I Iother
other blood troubles because their blood does not possess the strength and vigor necessary
to purge the system of the poisons and impurities which produce these diseases diseasesI
I Long continued sickness is another cause of blood poverty The blood bloodbecornes becomes infected infectedwith infectedwith infectedwith
with the germs of disease and when the body begins its work of recuperation and building
back to health the blood because of its
impoverished condition is unable to furnish the sys system system ¬
tem with the nourishment and strength necessary necessary necessar and Old Sores or Ulcers Skin diseases diseasesor diseas s sor
or some other blood disorder disord r follows Persons whose blood is poor and weak will find that thatj thatthe
j if the trouble is not corrected there will be some serious blood disease later in life
When Then the system is suffering from blood poverty it is in a very veryveakened weakened condition and andshould andshould
should be treated with a remedy that is not only thorough but very gentle in its it action
This is one of the qualities possessed by S S S it is made entirely from roots herbs and
barks and contains no strong minerals or harmful drugs to further derange or damage the
health It is the greatest of all blood medicines S S S not only purifies the blood of any anyand anyand anyand
and all poisons and germs but gives it tone and vigor to supply the entire system with withstrength withstrength vithstrength
strength and nourishment It carries to the blood the healthgiving qualities it needs and
by its use it is made rich pure and strong and all evidences of blood poverty pass away awayvery
IE Every very lost property is restored and health is firmly es established established ¬
tablished The full round face glowing glovingwith with healthy healthycolor healthycolor healthycolor
color returns the constitution is strengthened d and the theentire theentire
S entire body reinvigorated by this great vegetable medi medicine m medicine di dicine ¬
cine S S S cures all diseases arising from a poisoned poisonedas
as well as as an impoverished blood and cures them per permanently peri pernianently ¬
i manently It is the remedy approved by the best people peoplei peopleallover
i all allover over the country countty for the past forty years and noth nothj
j i ing ing equals it m in the treatment of blood poverty Write for our book on the blood and if ifyoju ifyoJt
yoju yoJt yostifferiug aC are suffering ff e g from any bI blood o trouble t oubl ourphysicians ourph ysicians will Yi11 give ive you Y on any an y special medical medicalaNnV medicalI
aNnV i xr oT MVx Tiarpe is s TTinflf ad for th frlf > r rnt rvr olinVo Jli
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VARICOCELE VAR1COCLHYDROCUE I
HYDROCELE HYDROCELEI
I CURE IN FIVE DA DAYS DAYS4t YS YSw
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The lIast Master r Specialist ot Salt Lake City who cures men onJ onJMODERN only onlyMODERN
MODERN MEDICAL METHODS
Almost every mail brings from 1om my mycured m nilcured 1
cured patients sincere expressions expressionsof eq rC5Sions
of gratitude and praise praiseWhile praiseVhUe praiseWhile I
While I properly appreciate such suchletters suchJetters suchletters
letters yet I never publish them themMedical themlIedical them themMedicaL
Medical testimonials are often oftenfalse oft oftenfalse n nfalse
false and misleading and can be besecured besecured besecured
secured in volumes vast by almost almostany almostany almostany
any doctor whether he possesses possessesgenuine possessesgenuine possessesgenuine
genuine merit or not notWhat notWhat notWhat
What the afflicted man wants is a acure acure
cure and not publicity in oonnnoo oonnnootion oonnnootion innnootion I
tion with his condition conditionAbsolute conditionAbsolute conditionAbsolute
Absolute secrecy in all profes professional professional ¬
sional dealings is one of my m Iron Ironclad ironclad ironclad ¬
clad rules of business businessI
I do not treat all diseases but I Itreat Itreat
I
treat Pelvic Diseases of Men MEN MEXONLY MENONLY
I
ONLY and cure ure tncm to stay cured curedVarjcocele curedV curedVAR1COCfl
V ARICOClf ARICOClfVarjcocele
Varjcocele impairs vitality vitalit and de destroys de5trojs destroys ¬
stroys the elements of manhood manhoodSurgery manhoodSurgeo nianhoodSurgery
Surgery seldom cures it but al always always always ¬
ways weakens the parts partsI arts artsI
I daily demonstrate that Varico Varicocele Varicocele Varicocele
cele can be positively cured without withoutcutting withoututUng withoutcutting
cutting burning tying t ing or any other otherform othcrfonn otherform
form of operation operationInstead operationInstead operationInstead
Instead of the organs being beingmaimed beingmaimed beingmaimed
maimed and mutilated they the are pre preserved presencd preserved ¬
served and strengthened pain painceases paincases paineases
ceases entirely and almost instantly instantlyswelling instantlyswellIng Instantlyswelling
swelling soon subsides healthy hea1th cir circulation circulation circulation ¬
culation is rapidly reestablished and andevery andeIj andvezy
every vezy eIj part of the organism affected by bythe bythe I Ithe
the disease is thoroughly restored restoredMy restoredUYLROCfl
I IHYDROClf
HYDROClf HYDROClfMy
My treatment for Hydrocele and andits andits I
its associate conditions is original originalwith originalwith originalwith
with me and obtainable exclusively exclusivelyonly excuslvelonly exclusivelyoiiiy
only at my own hands You are no nodoubt nodoubt nodoubt
doubt familiar with some of the thetedious thetedious thetedious
tedious painful and surgical meth methods m methods th thods ¬
ods of oldtime treatment I have haveinvestigated havei haveivestigated
investigated i all of them To do my myimportant myimportant iYimpor
important impor ant work I have ave spent thou thousands thousands thousands ¬
sands 1of of dollars with a special view view1of viewof viewor
of or knowing knowInS111 all that is to be known knownabout knownabout knownabout
about Hydrocele HydroceleI
I cure Hydrocelo and its compli complications eilnpJitions complicctions ¬
cations tions within five days WITHOUT WITHOUTPAIN WITHOUTFAIN YITHOUTPAIN
PAIN WITHOUT KNIFE WITH WITHOUT WITHOUT WITHOtT ¬
OUT DETENTION PROM BUSI BUSINESS BUSINESS BUSINESS ¬
NESS CURING TO STAY CURED COREDunder CUREDunder CUREDunder
under bank guarantee guaranteeThe guaranteeRUrTUR guaranteeRUJURF
RUrTUR RUrTURThe
The majority of ruptured persons personse personsare personsare
are e apt to forget forg t if they the ever evorr real realized rCalized al alized ¬
ized it that their very life is endan endangered endangered endangered ¬
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des des grow gro weak until the t e sad lesson lessonof lessonot
of ot neglect is taught tn ght My treatment treatmentfor
for this condition is absolutely in infallible intamblc Infallible
fallible when administered by my myself myself myself ¬
self I accomplish a a permanent cure curein cu cuin curein
in an average case of ruptqre in infrom infrom infrom
from 10 to 30 days There is post positively P05ilive posttivel3 ¬
tively live no cutting no pain no deten detention detention detention ¬
tion from business
BLOOD POISON POISONPrompt
Prompt and heroic c treatment treatmentthe s sthe sthe
the only onl kind that should ever b bused bused bused
used in combating this bad disease diseaseOnly di8ea5Onh diseaseOnly >
Only temporary relief can come from fromhot fromhot fromhot
hot spring baths specifics mercury mercurypotash mer mercurypotash ur urQtash
potash Qtash or other mineral mixtures and andpoisons andpoisons andpoisons
poisons poisonsDuring poisonsDuring poisonsDuring
During the past year e r I have origi originated originated originated ¬
nated and perfected a cure for Blood BloodPoison BlooaPoison EioodPoison
Poison that is absolutely absolutel safe rapid rapidand rapidand
and permanent and leaves no injuri injurious injurious injurious ¬
ous after effects effectsEvery effectsEvery
Every external symptom soon die disappears dieappears ¬
appears while the blood the tissues tissuesthe tissuesthe tissuesthe
the nerve fibres the bones and the thewhole elPwhole tiewhole
whole system s stem are 1r cleansed strength streiigthenned strengthenned strengthenned
enned and restored to perfect health healthand healthand healthand
and purity purityPflTOhroI puritNERVOVITAL purityN
NERVOVITAL NERVOVITALDEBilITY N ERVO VITAL VITALDEIBIUTY
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There is certainly no victim of ofNervoVital ofNervo ofNervoVital
NervoVital Nervo Vital Debility but what hat hopes hopesto
to be rejuvenated some time timeYou timeYou timeYou
You should not lose your grip on onlife onJIfe onlife
life because inferior remedies have havefailed haefuiled havefailed
failed to benefit you youMy youMy ou
My 1 specific treatment for this trouble troublevaried troublfaried troublevaried
varied and modified to suit each e h indi individual indivIdual mdividual ¬
vidual case is an unfailing cure to towhich towhIch towhich
which a vast ast army of restored men to today tod today ¬
day d owe their sturdy health and bappjy bappjycondition b hspp hsppcondition pl plcondition
condition in life lifeUnder HfeUnder lifeUnder
Under it all disagreeable diS8 rceable symp symptoms symptoms symptoms ¬
toms soon disappear prenmtureness prenmturenessprevented prernaturene6srreented prematurenessprevented
prevented and man made physically physicallyand ph 8icall 8icalland
and mentally strong strongMy strongNEW strongNEW
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My Iy latest Jat t medical mN < al publications em embracing embracing m mbra ¬
bracing bra < ing a scientific s < icnt fi < and yet t simple dis discussion discU55iol1 discession ¬
cession of Male Ial > Pelvic P > lvlc Diseases and andthe andthe andthe
the best methods of curing uring them will willbe willbe willbe
be sent free upon application applicationIf applkationCorrespondence applicationCorrespondence
Correspondence CorrespondenceIf
If you can not no visit isit me personally personallywrite personaU5write personahlwrite
write symptoms that at trouble you most mostA mostA mostA
A vast ast majority of cases can be becured becured becured
cured by bJ my m system s stem of home treat treatment treatment treatment ¬
ment which is the most successful sys system system systern ¬
tem ever devised devisedI
I i make no charge for private coun counsel counsel counad ¬
sel ad and give to each patient a a legal legalcontract legalcontract legalcontract
contract in writing writtn backed by babund babundant byabundant abund abundant ¬
ant capital to hold for formy my promise promisePhysicians promisePhysicians promisePhysicians
Physicians having stubborn cases casesto cas casesto s sto
to treat are cordially invited to con consult COIlult consuit ¬
suit ult with me meThe meOffice incOffice
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The waiting rooms of my m office officeare offlceare omceare
are always open from 8 a m m to S p pnt pm piii
nt but my m hours for consultation are aredally aredaily aredaily
daily from 9 a in t 8 p m Sundays Sundaysfrom Sundaysfrom Sundaysfrom
from 10 to 1230 1 30 only
CERTAINTY crRT AINTY OF CURis C Cis tURf tURfis
is what you want I give you ou a written LEGAL LEG L GUARANTEE E to cure y yea au u or orrefund orrtfunfl orrefund
refund your OUr money monf I can an and will cite you lr b i permission ennJB ion when satisCieU that
information Is desired d slrCct by b sincere people to cases that I have cured to stay cured curedwhich cure1whldI curedwhich
which had been abandoned aban ol1cd by b family physicians ph 51ciunfi and socalled iocall < > < 1 experts What I have
done for others 1 can do for you ou One personal visit slt Is preferred but if impossi ¬
ble write me a description of your our case cse as s you understand undertand It It plainly plalnl statin stlnS stating your yoursymptoms yoursymptoms yoursymptoms
symptoms your our seneral physical Dh siC1 condition oontlton your our occupation ocupton etc and and you will wil re receive receive ¬
charge ceive Ie inclofced incJOed in an envelope a scientific scientfc and honest opinion of your our case cas free ree of ofcharge ofcharge J
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