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g THE SALT LAKE HERALD MONDAY OCTOBER 16 1905 3
ELLIS ABITTO ABITTOSPEAK ABLE BLE < ro roSPEAK TO1Lr1
1Lr1 t v SPEAK FREELY FREELYv FREELYvictic I
Victim Vi victic prti i Brush Says theIatter th latterf latterfon Con Confessed Confessd on oness ¬
fessed ess d Many Crimes CrimesWASIN c ciimcsWASIr imcsWASI
WASIN HIDING HIDI G IN DENVER DENVERWOMAN DENVgRWO DENVERWOM
WOMAN WO WOM 1AN WITH HIM A FRENCH FRENCHGANADIANr FRENCHQANADL FRENCHCANADIAN
CANADIAN GANADIANrBurkeHor QANADL CANADIANTh3rkeIy fI fIBurkel
BurkeHor Burkel CaU Ca1 Oct li lIu A th the r f1t wlt ot ota otI
I a lengthy 1ongt3 conference tonight with AWI AWIIUm WIIJif4m WilJ
J hun Kflta JIll UI of AwMtntlisv who lies In the tinsJiospltftl theJlospl thehospIth1
Jiospltftl Jlospl tl with a fractured skull inflicted inflictedit
it is I alleged by a man known as Brush Brushalias BnNihBJIQ BneithI1M
alias I1M Cuctta and who it is 1 further al alleged 1 11eced ljeged ¬
leged in Milton Franklin Andrews ac accused accu aceueed ¬
cused cu ecl ot the murder of Bessie itouton itoutonnear lJoutonneftI lioutOflIear
near Colorado C l o Springs Spnn Marshal Vollmer Vollmerlearned Vollmerteamed Volimerlearnod
learned that tb U e unknown woman who whoalleMed W Walleged 1 1alIeed
alleged to have played a pat in tits thsscheme theechemo I IBohemo
scheme to end Ellis EUl iiIe urn in Uerkejey Uerkejeyonce llerkeeyonce Berkejeyonce
once succeeded In keeping keel > hl Andrews Aadre n4rew hid hidden IUddell bidt ¬
den In Denver for two months monthsBrush mon monthiBrush th thBrush
Brush Confessed ConfessedAccording ConfessetlAccording ConfessedI
t I According to Bills Avhose additional additionalstory aeldlUoRalIItory ddIt1oaiI
I story tonight has given the police the th tp tpportunity P Pportunity po pourtunty
portunity to trace the movements of ofBrush orHru oftJrueh
Hru Brush and the woman ever since they left leftColorado leftColorado leftColorado
Colorado Springs Brush made a confes confession cont cont810n confeesion ¬
sion to him Oct 3 3 when he spent nt the thenight thenight thenight
night in the house rented by the pair m mBerkeley 1ftHerkelft inBerkeley
Berkeley that Ellis 21118 said W that Andrews Andrewstold Andrerstold AndrOwstold
told him while Brush and the wonuui wonuuito w woflaawere aJ aJwere
were In Dver he went out d dLaInIId4 dLaInIId4to IIN t tto
to procure food going 1COII about tn the city cityAvUhout
AvUhout fear of detection detectionWent detectionWent detectionWent
Went to Vancouver VancouverOn
On Joa1 leaving eavi4 Denver the pair Pair went di directly dlNCUy directiy ¬
rectly to Vancouver lUIcouer from where wlu re they theytook theytook theytook
took the tIl steamer Miuwera for Australia Australiawhere AuetrallLwhere I
where Ui thy y lived until departing on the theSierra theiHra thelilrra
Sierra about eight weeks ago for San SanFrancisco SenFraneleco
Francisco llis 1 1t accompanied them ana anathey AnQtlly anntheY I
they made their first stop at New zoo Zealand zooJand Zenand ¬
land and From there th thoy y went to Honolulu Honolulufinally lIonolulu1lnaUy HonoIIufinailly
finally leaving the islands twenty days daysago dltYago daystgo
ago for San Francisco While Thile in Aus Australia AutraU du dutraUL ¬
tralia traU Brush Bru h Bills iiIs said entered into iltlIt iltlItlnRIer all allmanner 111innasier
manner of confidence games and andc andct nd ac actne ac actrd
t trd ° tdA to EU 1tUs they wclct weluhed on bet It Itthe 4tthe
the Kensington K mdngton raee track trackReason trHckReason trackReason
Reason for Hiding HidingThis HidingTWas HidingI
I This wes Wit their chief reason for leaving leavingAustralia leavlnlu leavinguistreia
Australia u tralht In the antipodes Brush lived livedunder lIed11I1der livelttiiider
under the name of Clayton Hill which whichho whichlu
1 ho li told Kills was his true name Brush Brushtold Bru BrenttIId lh lhtold
told Ellis that his reason for hiding in inDenver III1enver I IDenver
Denver was IB to escape e the police who Avhowanted whowantM whoWafltd
wanted him 1ncolttttction In connection with the em emliexxlemant tllnIlc16mnt elilcalemeiit
liexxlemant of 10100 from a Denver firm firmA fir firA ftrniA
A young man wee w arrested arre ed for the th theft theftlnd thefttnd ft ftand
and Brush stated that he had secured securedthe securedthe securedtue
the niflney ni ney from blot bit in a card game gameTheory gameTheory gamee
e Theory of Police PoliceIt
It to believed by the local police that thatBrush thatDru thatBrush
Brush Dru h and the woman who accompanied accompaniedhim
him ini are located in San Francisco anu anuthat lUlUthat anuthat
that their apprehension will be a matter matteruf I Iot
uf but a short time timeChief timeChief
Chief of Police Vollmer now holds to the thetheory thetheory thetheory I
theory that t11 t the attempt was made to tomurder tomurder t tiiiurdor
murder Kills by his friends who Aver were in indire I Idire Idire
dire straits for money Kills said to tonight toiight ¬ I Inight
night that Brush Dru lh further told him that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the woman V man he was with is a French Frenchumtdlan Frenchan Frenchudiaii
an umtdlan lall whom he first met in Mont Montteal Montrtal MontrealS
teal realS Canada CanadaFRANCE CanadltFRANCE CaiiadaI
I
FRANCE AMBITIOUS AMBITIOUSIon
Ion Pcrdlcarls Talks of Present Con Conditions Canditions Conditions
ditions in Morocco MoroccoWashington MoroccoItitt1t1ngtoa MoroccoWajblngtdi
Washington Oct 15 15Ion Ion Perdtearis Per learls the theAmerican theAm theAm
American Am rean clttaea eU who while residingat reIIku reektiegatTanGIer residingatTangier t tTanc1er
Tangier Morocco was captured by Rai Raisuli RaiIuli Ratnuli
suli about a a yar y r and a a half ago and andwhose 00 00hose ndr
r whose hose ease was the subject sub t of vigorous vigorousrepresentations vlgorOWlrlreaelltationa vigorousJ
J representations by this government to the thetultau theautta
tultau autta of Morocco has taken an apapt apaptinent 1MtJttIntnt ailalItaq I
q inent iu Washington for the winter Mr MrIVrdlearhJ 111Prdlcarbl MrIrd1caris
IVrdlearhJ is accompanied by b1v his wife wifeHis wAlelIki wifei
i His 111 deeiston 4 l to rejnhi hl iu tnia Iia pountiy pountiyf r eOufl OUDtl OUDtlr y yI
I f fur r aB s1D0 > lime Ullt i JB flue to the unsettled unsettledionditiorg UlUiettfdundUIoIIi unsettldtonditlors
ionditiorg iu Morocco Ioroc o and also becahso becahsot
t lI uf > I the controversy between France al alnrinanv nfl nfltJtirmany f1tiurmanv
tJtirmany nrinanv over their respective re lJeCtin interests intereststhere Intertflathere luteretsthere
there In discussing the case CI e there th re Mr MrIVrdksari 11rPrdt0ari8 Mrlt
IVrdksari lt rdioarls declared that the intornatiotial intornatiotialituatton inhrnaUuttIllituatlol ittrnatiuswtnituutloit
ituatton regarding Morocco is not notrodated atft atftrudated P Pjiroelated
jiroelated > rudated generally in the United State Stateand Statltsmd Stittend
and that it is an ll effort on the part ot otFrance o oFrince
Daft DaftFrance
France to train a dominant political politicalsition oliUca oliUcaiUon po position ¬
sition in Morocco MoroccoTHE 1oroccoTHE iloroccuTHE
THE DEATH RECORD RECORDJames RECORDJames RECORDJames
James Van Ostrand OstrandNew OstrandNew OstrandNew
New York Oct 15 15Jame James Von OstrajJU OstrajJUfor Ostraddfor d dtor
for tAV twt < seasons UIIOM a member of Mrs Leslie Lenliet LeslieCarterg
t t Carters company died at the Hahne Hahneinann HItJt Habeeinanu e eman
inann man hospital tonight ot typhoid fev fever feverRt r raged
14 aged B years yearsRt ycaraR
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Rt R Rev Alfred George Elliott ElliottLondon ElliottLo ElliottLontlon
London Lo tlon Oct ot K NRhcht Right Rev Re Alfred Alfredtiforgu Alfreditorl Alfredtitorgu
tiforgu itorl Elliott former fon r bishop bi hop of Kilmore KilmoreKip Iilmorellpblltn Hilmorel
l Kip llpblltn man and Arflxgh Church Ch nCh of Ireland Irelanddied Irelanddied Irelanddied
died today tOOa aged 85 years yearsAFFLICTED yearsAFFLICTED tars tarsCD
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AFFLICTED WITH DROPSY DROPSYExGovernor DROPSYExGovernor DROPSYSi
i ExGovernor Hogg of Texas Appar Apparently App Apparently r rently ¬
ently on His Death Bed BedFort Bedoort BedFort
Fort Worth Tax T Oit 11 1lEOrv IECfvruor IECfvruorJames EtG roor roorJames rQorJamGa
James M Hogg Is lying ill here bi at at tt a ahotel ahot ahotel
hotel hot I at dropsy Ue H Jc wis W lS en route rout to toa toa toa
a h health hoItkresort alih resort when he 11 lv had to toI JIl nj njThe >
I The txfiorernor htrOVeno wno weighs wehd1 over ver vertounda hiO hiOT 0 0jounda
T I roundS tounda ba naa as djroosy dY and mt his hi iyjlcjans lbyclal tbv4IcansI i iyjlcjanssay
I say tha tb thaV unless unlehe he la l tappel t8P1 at ono Ol once he hei hi hetnnot
i annul alUQt furvtve lrvtve He di btincs lmos ltn to tot ration rationt
Jtlvt 1t 1tt
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IN MONTANA BAKERY BAKERYtireat BAKERYirt
treat irt Fails FaUs Mont Ot O t 15 lA A special speciallo 8cil 8cilto
to the Tribune from Glasgow
Tbuno fom says saysAn HI sayszi
4 An zi explosion ODI0ion occurred ourre in the th bakery bakeryslrop bery berylr
slrop lr ImT of Kdward Klward Euglttt EU ldt hero ct today toda The Thehop thci he hehup
i hop which was T a small frame build buildin buid buid1n building
in ing was wa blown to pieces i 1 and the th pro proprietor proItJeLQC ¬
prietor Irkto was so 1 badly bdty injured injure that tht thtIlaW shy iriiysiiians shysit
siiians sit IlaW ians say 1 he cannot allot live As Al Buglttt Bugltttis EUlt
is unable unabl to talk talk the cause cau of the UtI lii e eploition eploilion
ploition ploton can only be b conjectured cnjture It Itknown Js Jsknown 4sknown I
known that h be recently renty was wa using dyna dynamite dyn dynnito ¬
mite 1nie for tr blasting hluln purposes I and It is I sup sufvosed sup3oeltlt > I IoIUt
3oeltlt vosed oIUt Otat h be had some Ime of it stored sor al abopt aboptth it itthu
th thu itlace lue There ncre was no other otr jHr J perin perinill n nin nj
sion t in j I on the shot b at the time tme of o the expto exptosion exf explobton
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SURVEY NEARLY FINISHED FINISHEDMasatlan FINISHEDatJ FINISHEDMaxatlan
Masatlan atJ Mexico Oct Ot 15The l To Sinalpn SinalpnLaud s SInjaLaud
Laud Jmd company cml which whl h was wal organised orb 1U 1ULv t tIus tjA
Lv Ius Ans AnI AneIes le to t survey the public pubic pubicoe lan S Sf
oe < > f SinaJoa Sn under a government ernmelt ernmeltion coocflS coocflSsiort coue coueion
siort ion is i n nertDj 4trtag completion cOnpeto of the worH worHThe wo worl worlTIit
The 11 public publiluuJ n toads of th < state srte amount to toabout toabout toabout
about 10 loeO IOXlOt 00K acres Th Tht The iompany wW wWriHtive wille
napn wl wl1cf
riHtive 1cf e onstWrc1 onethr uf the th land ant fuirveyed fuirveyedand Htreye tirveyedanti
and plans plns Lfl to bring over fver thousands of ofJiIil ofJpaueeo i iJapauctie
Japauctie JiIil and OCrnht OCrnhtTHREE JcrnstiitplLd jcrmunx jcrmunxTHREE
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tplLd THREE DAY DAYLIQUOR DAYLIQUOR I ILIQUOR
LIQUOR CURE CURELiquor CURELiquor I ILiquor
Liquor Habit in Three Days DaysWe DaysVe DaysWe
We Ve guarantee uantc to cure th the tho > Whiskx Whiskxand Vhisk Vhiskand hiskM hiskMand
and Beer Ber Habit in three thre days daysno as with withno wllhno
no bad d after effect ttecttbat that follow foluw other othersocatted othr othrtOcl other40clled
socatted tOcl cures crH Ko corrosive corr0l mln mlnerais mlnenti mm mmends
ends enti In our medicine meiac Just smp simple simplebut imi > l lbut t
but buteelve effective vegetable v ptablt nudifinea nwJidle No NoNotcrJety NoNot
Nooe Not NotcrJety 4lety or a Publicity Pb ity No o sickening sickeningor Hickoin I I Iur
or nauseating nauaUnc drurs drursA diU diUA IM
A Guarantee to Cure the theTOBACCO theTOBACCO
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TOBACCO rBACCO AND XD D CIGARETTE CIARrn HAB HABITS lLBIT IIA3ITS ¬
ITS IT CURBD eUIED IN FROM lRO KIVK TO TONINE T TON1N
NINE NIN N1N DAYS D4YS If I you arc ar a victim victimuf v1th v1thut
uf tho th Tobacco ob lUbit Uhltr or the deadly deadlyand dea deaand deadlyand
and Insanityproducing lnnllyprulnc cigarette cll cigarettewe cigarettewean tewe tewean we wean
an guarantee e you yo a perfect prffc and per permanent pr permenent
dayt daytKxpsrienced tan manent luutent cure cre in i from fm five he to niiw niiwdayt n n ndaye I
Kxpsrienced MJren physicians la in charge chargeOfflc chsreOffice
I Office ft hours hour 9 a m 1 to t I p p m miiigL even eveninga eve
inga inc 7 to S p m m Sundays 1 10 a m mto mto mto
to 13 1 m m Consultation CosultUo free rr and an con confld cn cnI confidentlal
I fld ftentf fidentlal ntlal GUI I or write writeThree wrie wrieThree writeThree
Three Day Liquor Cure CureRooms CureRooJa CureRooms
RooJa Rooms S and an i t 2t i S SOUUL uUi tl Main Man SU SUSALT St St StSALT >
L SALT ST LAKE LXE CITY Cll UTAH LAUL LVAIIh1
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ANNIVERSARY ANNIVERSARY OBSERVED OBSERVEDOF
OF BALTIMORE CHURGHBaltimore CHURCH GHURlHBaltmor CHURCHBaltimore
Baltimore Baltmor Qct Oct let 13 13There I3Tiwre There was celebrated celebratedtoday colebrel1 colebrel1today celebratedtodey
today the lnh Ith anniversary annhersary of zion 2ionchurch Zon Zonchurl zionchureb
church churl thX lh th iuJRthd 1tlul of nil nI the German GermanLutheran GermanLutheran GermanLutheran
Lutheran oluirohes QIur tm Tn Baltimore idUmore Dr Ira IraI
I I Kemsen Uesen pll1et pfldent juident xjR tt Johus JOh1 Hopkins nUt uniATwiUy 1nt 1ntawly nUtvetbity
ATwiUy awly wa WOh ctoe do of dt J th thapcuker thricnkers pcukere Iol Following Iollowln Iollowing ¬
lowing lowln th the x Kddrf etldresse ldreas s there tfere was wa read lcd a aletter aleter aletter
letter leter from frm rota the tl emperor mrr of Germany Germanywhich Germanywhich Germanywhich
which accompanied ic omaull a letter leter conferring conferringin
in hla hil position 11oiUon an l king kng of Prussia PrUtsia the thoOr4er theOrder ho hoOrdeJ
Order ot the Crown Crwn upon 1on Dr Julius JuUW Il 1 I1tIl I1tIlmann Il Ilm
m mnn mann nn pastor of Zfon 2on Ofl church a loiter loiterfrom l letterrim
from from rim the theklng king ot Wurterahurg which ae aecopiptutled auc01lled itocopIed
copIed c01lled an altar alar Bible dent Clt DY his hisroyal hisryal lilaroyal
royal ryal highness hhhneM to the tbe congregation cngregtion and anda
a letter lttr from frm the th Prmct PrtnC of Ileae le re reSrettin 10 10sretU regretting
Srettin that u I pulpit pull Bible which lie Ja is isto il isto
to present rNnt could not be b completed cmplete in intluie intme Intime
time tme for or the anniversary anniverrl but promising promisingth prml promisingtht ns nstht
th tht tht t It will wl be b forwarded forwardedBACK fOlwnre forwarded forwardedBACK
BACK FROM FROM FRQM1HE c THE THE FRONT FRONTSt FRONTS
St S PcteraburK Oct Oot 15 l IPrInoc Prince Plno Freder FrederLeopold lredor lredorI
1 Leopold I PeWur tllt of Prussia IJrussl who has JU boon boon1th bP bOflcI4k on onth
= cI4k 1th the th Manchurian Mahurian army arrived arr hare hareK l0c l0ctJl hereiOY
iOY K y from tJl the to fur east eastTHE east eastTE eastTIIE
THE TE SENSITIVE SESITIV MAN MANFrequently 1IN 1INFrequenty MANFrequently
Frequently Frequenty Leaves a Good Job With Without Without Without ¬
out Any Apparent Reason ReasonKanaaa RcasQnnal Reasonausas
Kanaaa ausas City titar titarDM dtarild
nal Ciy Itar Itarlk
DM lk you Ol ev e ever r meet met one of these the ECU sensitive sn snalLe ¬ i isitwe
sitive alLe men tn trho 10 lio are offended oCfende easily eny and andd nnl1delyt anddeeply
d delyt deeply oly Men O whe fly fy off the han hanle handle U I Icall Icl Icall
call cl them tm A cross cr word from the boss bossmay bossmllrke bosemay
may mllrke strike them in a tender tender spot SIMl A Aluntn AJup A1wp
luntn Jup comes eIR In his bh throat He dropl < lrop his hiswork hisw lilawork
work walks straight Jtlht out the door do and andnever nld nldJv andsever
w never Jv r stops for to a hundred miles mle There Therere Theregre ere
gre re lots Jot IItOp of this thl kind of men How they theysuffer theysuffer I
suffer stfer and at no p one on knows knWl The he employer employerm emplo > r rma
m ma y wonderwhy wone wonder why the man did not turn turnup turntor turnup
up for work wor the next next morning He did didnot dl didnot
not nt know kow lie h had ha offended offendedThe of offendedThe tne I
The obuervinr obYn man had observed obsered sm8 sm8t something some somethfnir
thing thfnirAn t thingAn hlf
An old m man n a fine fne old fellow felow but one oneof oneor oneof
of the flyoffthehandle llyotthhantlle kind caino to tomy toJft7 toJay
my house the other day he continued continuedITe
ITe wus carrying his valise and liul liulwalked lttldwalked htIwalked
walked from tr m the Soldiers home in Leav Leavenworth Leavenworth Leavenworth
enworth He stopped rested and talked talkedwith talkedwith
with me meIm meIm
4 Im a fool I guess he said and I Itave Ihave I i ihav
hav have tave always been on ORe I just left a good goodhome goodhome
home and without any reason Just those thosedarned thosedarned I
darned old cob pipes Every Everyone one of those thoseold thoseolel thoseold
old codgers smoking a cob pipe War Warstories 1artorlell Warstories
stories and cob pipes Pli I smoked one my myself myelf myself ¬
self elf when when1 I went there but when they theyall theYall theyall
all lit up I threw mine av a atay < tt < ty 1 Htoodrit Htoodritas
as long as I could All of a sudden I Itook Itook Itook
took my valise andwalked out Ive jfot jfota ot ota
a daughtEr in Salina and there thercnent arent any anycob anycob anycob
cob pipes there there1He Ut therelIe re relIe
lIe told many acperl experlr piados ices es of his life lifeand uteald lioazd
and it was one of rare rltrentOl interest 8t But al alAvays riJwaYli always
ways at some hightension hl htcmsion moment he had hudtaken hadtaken hadtakeit
taken French leave of his opportunities opportunitiesand opportunitftutaiid I
and hiked with a frog in his throat He Hehad HelUtd Helied
had worked at many trades Once he hewas bewas
I
was 88 itulnting 1 lntin a house He was going on onjoyfully onJoyfuliS
joyfully with his work when he thought thoughth
h be e saw his hoes > os peeping around a corner cornerDropped cornorDropp cornerDropped I
Dropped Dropp the Brush Brushand and Quit QuitNo QuitNo QuitNo
No one has to watch me when I IAvork Iwork Iseork
work he wsald said aslie aslledescend descended from his hisperch hispercb hisperch
perch lakl down his brush and andmfd madp for forthe forthe forthe
the horizon without ever looking back backHe backHa 1 1He
He became foreman of a sheep ranch One Oneday Onedk Onetly
day dk as he was saddling up UI to ride to an another another another ¬
other range his employer touched a sen sensitive seaaltive ¬
sitive cord with some chance remark The Theinjured Theinjured T1eInjured
injured man rode away and kept ridln ridlnuntil ridInuntil
until Wyoming far behind he came upon uponFort uponlort upon1ort
Fort Robinson Neb First and last the thelittle thelittle thelittle
little bumb of sensitiveness had driven driventhat driventhat
that man from pillar pll la 1 to post over the theworld theworld
world and back again And he was on onone onone onone
one of his beeline travels when I first firstsaw firstsaw t tsa
saw sa w him He stopped long orough to tell tellhis tellhiM tellhi
his hi fascli fascising ing story and continue his Msstraightedge histralghtedge hisstraIghtedge
straightedge migration What an odd oddlife oJldUte ojIdlife
life to Iud ad The man had all the quifli quiflities qudUtletl quiities
ties that win in this world except one oneHe oneHe oneHo
He couldnt stand haYing his feelings feelingshurt teellnJShurt feelingshurt
hurt He had KOH gone OW up Ul and down the thewinding thewInding thewinding
winding roads of fortune adventure aftent re and andromance anl1TOJnanee andromance
romance and all the journey ended end l no nowhere nowhere nowhere ¬
where at last la t Seems to me such lIuch3 a 0dhutr 0dhutraeter > dlmr dlmrarter dhnrlactlr
arter Is most t Interesting though some somewhat I Iwhat Iwhat
what tragic tra lc Here is how he said he first firstflew I
flew the track tr k when wl tt he was a boy 110 at athome atbome athome
home homeIt bomeIt homeIt
It was spring > in New England The Theyoung Theyoun Theyoung
young youn man was toiling on a wooded slope slopehauling slopehauUnll slopehauling
hauling lots l with 11 a Avation alon He was washappy vashappy
happy In the vigor of youth and the ex external e eterfuil ¬
ternal landscape tI pe appealed to him with all allthe allthe allthe
the wonderful distinctness of the season seasonHe seasonHo I
He heard the hum of Insect life and andbreathed anl1breathed andbreathed
I IIt
breathed the odor of the earth and woods woodsIt woodaIt
It was exhilarating pxhllara ting
HefHt lIe fplt th tbe > joy of labor and his heart Tieartws neartwu heartwas
ws light tic I loaded the Avaeon blab hiwhwith hllfhwIth blabwith
with log lo logs The horses hor strained at the thetraces thetntces thetraces
traces and Urn wagon wa un chucked in a way Avaythat waythat traythat
that told it had all the load it could bear bearThen bearThen bearThen
Then came troubie One hub rolled noon unonthe uoonUt noonthe
the Ut top of a stump and stuck fast The ThedrJAer Thedriver rbe rbedrIver
drIver studied the situation a moment rue ruefully ru rufully ruefully ¬
fully lh lhn < n he took to k his ax and attempted attemptedto
to chip the wood away a from under the thehub thehub
hub hubThe
The e first blow broke the ax upon the thesteel theateel thesteel
steel riD of the hub hubHere hubHere
Here was calamity An ax was an ax axin astho axitt
in those e days t and nd the father of a family familysay familyusually
usually had If few words ot consolation to tosa tosay
say sa when an ax cashed in inThe InThe inThe >
The boy 00 fastened fa tpn d the tJI log chain to the theopposite theopposite I
opposite axle hitched his hisleam team to it and andtried andtried
tried to pull tho won off the stump that thatAvay thatway I
way WA The losr Jo chain broke Then he hehitched liehitched
hitched the team to the tongue again and andtried authtrled I
trled to turn away from rem the stump sturn The Thewagon Thewagon Thewagon
wagon tongue broke Then he unscrewed unscrewedthetap unscrewedthetap
thetap the tap that held ho ld > the wedged wheel on onthe ontbe onthe I
the axle This time a pull swung the load loadfr londfrH loadfree
fr free but the whe wheel > l beIng beln off the axle axledipped axledipped I
dipped to the ground and the weight of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the logs crushed the axle to pipc piser If r With Withthe Withthe VUhthe
the broken chain the broken ax the thebroken thebroken thebroken
broken wagon Wli oa and a broken siJbit SJ It the theboy thebo theboy
boy bo drove into the barnyard He took his hishorsea hisJOrMfi hishorses
horses to the th barn and his father came cameout cameout cameout
out to t view Ia the wreckage The father fatherpicked fatherpiek fatherpicked
picked piek d up the broken log chain Throwing lhrowfn lhrowfnIt
It aside he examined the ax Then he helooked helookM hehooked
looked at the broken wagon wagonWhat wagonWhat wagonWhat
What the Father Said SaidThere SaidThere SaidThere
There was wa a tumult going goh on in the theboys thebos theboys
boys breast The next aet of hi his father fathermeant fathermeant fathermeant
meant worlds to him himWhy himWhr himWhy
Why didnt you OU break your neck necktoo necktoo necktour
too tour asia the father sarcastically sarcasticallyThe iJrcastleallThe gaxcastleahlyThe
The edrd of strangling IiJtran nn emotion that thatavTing thathd thatbird
hd beeiratIPtg e a avTing IIC tighter every moment momentbreathed momentin
in the 3a a throat was severed He Heblesth IIcbreathed
breathed blesth fx6e rg It was as all over He put putthe putthe putthe
the halters on the horses walked straight straightthrough straightthrough straightthrough
through th the other door of the barn barnthrough barnthrough barnthrough
through the woods w g across the Avheafc and andthe andthe auththe
the next thing he was doing was riding ridinga
a wheel horse e to a gun carriage carrl o in the thecivil thecivit thecivil
civil war He was only 17 years eKrH old oldthrn oldthen oldthen
then n IYf saw four years of war because becausehi booaulIehili becausehis
his hi wagon wa ou wttdxoo vt lKo l on a stump mml So In Insignificant InIgtlitlcant inglgniticant ¬
significant things like that have ruled ruledhi ruledbill ruledhis
hi bill life as sternly tit ern as the th fatttb ever since sinceAll HlnccAll sinceAll
All of some > incas men lives are bound In litslialluws InII1ULllo insbaltuws
slialluws II1ULllo and in miseries l1i erll1ll but this poor lorfellows poorfellows > oor oorfellows
fellows life story is composed of a aseries Iteriea aseries
series of Ueiiuc elhe hikes hikesUNPLEASANT hikcsco hikesUNPIZEASATT
co eI eIUNPLEASANT
UNPLEASANT MEDICAL ADVICE ADVICEFee
Fee For a Verbal Prescription Con Considered Considered Considered ¬
sidered Exorbitant ExorbitantWashington ExorbitanttWashln ExorbitanttWashlngton
Washington tWashln on Star StarDoctors StarDoctors StarDoctors
Doctors are certainly curious cur oWl sorts o ofettows 0feQoWll ofellows
fellows said kI on old South Washington Washingtonman VltShingtol1wbo
man woo wbo with three or four friends was AVUSsilting wustS wasstttng
silting tS around a table in a certain beer beershop beershop beershop
shop near n al the Seventh street wharf AvharfWo whadbat wharfVhat
Wo Vhat bat t do you OU know about doctors doctorsJak7 doctorsJake doctorshaksT
Jake said one of his companions They Theydont Iheydont Theydont
dont seem to bother you 00 much muchWell muellell muchWell
Well ell J had to go and see one of them themlast themJut themlust
last week was the reply I have been beennin beenfUn beaupm
fUn nin down and have pains and all that thatlort thattIort thathon
lort hon o thing th so 1 somebody told me I Ioutihter Iou Ioughter
outihter ou ber to go O and sec a doctor and I Iwtnt Iwnt IWent
Went The young feller rell r asked me all allsorts aUIIOIts altsorts
sorts o Quest questions ions and pinched my r rand rlh rlhand rihts rihtsauuui
and the small o my bark khurttng hurt hurting Ing rome romewliut romhut comewhat
what hut awfuL Then he began asking ques questions qu qtiestlouis > s sUjIIB ¬
tions tionsI
I hike tak it If J ours a drinking dr1n tDY man manMid manJaid mangeld
Mid tee and 01 0 ot course I confessed oonf ed that thatI thatWlte
I was a regular when w tm it came to booze boozeTold boozeToM boozeTold
Told him I had been taking Lakin my m drinks drinksstraight drinksuat drinksstraight
straight uat along l W for wore than fifteen fifteenyoars nlteent fifteenyears
years t 818 Well fIJ this young teller ups and andtells andtells andtells
tells me to stop for two weeks Dont Dontfcwallow Dontiiillow DontwaIiow
fcwallow a drop of liquor for two weeks weekshe weelslte weeksite
he says aa row me I would feel much muchbetterand muchbc muchbetteraend
betterand bc ttfr and then says this doctor doctorWell doctorWdl doctorWail
Well woajt w thenr then I asks and durned durnedif
if he h didnt till me right then and there thereafter thcreaft thereafter
after aft r thai two weeks was up to begin beginanother bes besanother begbtanother
another two t o wetlt we k and follow up In that thatway thatWit thatway
way Wit right along alongWhy alolVu aioigWhy
Why doctor I says to him you youmight YOUn youmight
might n ghl as well tell me to stop drinking drinkingaltogether drinkln drinklnaltogetber tirinkluigaltogether
altogether One dollar please he heavs heMan hieauv
Man avs What for torr I replies For med medical modlcd ¬
lcd advice be remarks And I just pays paysu ptl og ogIV
u IV i like a matv lna but t think charging a mUll muna mUllrIollar mana
a dollar just for telling him to t get on
the water pagon On and stay there all his hisIff IllsItt hisife
Itt ife looks to lue like extcrtlon extcrtlonInstruments extuUonInstruments extertionInstruments
Instruments of Torture TorturePhiladelphia TortureJIt TortureJtUadetphia
Philadelphia JIt delpha Pros ProsWell PrOM PrOMW Pr PrWetl
Well W II said sjt Id Ute bridpereomntoI bridpereomntoIpOst hride u r omtol0 t I IW
W ppo pOst > po o yoallb YO yoa 11t1M > ii be sorry AYIllIa wh whn n thj th thumt tim
tftne tint fomfH umt for your our slaters wedding weddingnlUdl
Tot ot much replied > d the small brother bruth I
60ft lt will gimm an exruse to chuck dllJ k PMR PH i itlJpCnJ g
tlJpCnJ I1W81
I Young Y o ng Belmont V s Har hard hardGoes IF IFGoes 1taihi tifi tifiGoes I
Goes to Work as Clerk irr in His fathers F th rs Office Otfi e
Recently a 4OunS c young man who Is des destined destined e etined ¬
tined to play vln a part in the affairs of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the metropolis went to work as a clerk clerkin cler clerIn clerIn
in the banking house of August Hot Belmont Dcmont Hotmont
mont Co He e did did only such routine routineAvork toutinework routinework
work as falls to the share of the young youngest youngest youngcot ¬
est pian nii in the thecatabUshment establishment but every everyperson everyI everyperson everyperson I
person employed in the bank was In Interested n nterested ntorested ¬
terested in how he did it The young youngman youngman youngman
man was quiet unostentatiqus and andtamest andearnest zuidearnest
earnest He IIeooemed seemed intent on learning learningand lcarnlngand learningand
and before he had been in the office a aweek awcek L Ltreek
week the old attaches men who have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been with the house many man many manyyears manyyears
years enrs told ouch other confidentially confidentiallyHes confidentlal1ties I
ties a regular Belmont Hell H n do tIolhen doThen doThen
Then they told how much he resembled resembledhis
his father not only nhy In looks but in every everydetail everdetal everydetaIl
detail of k kThe
manner manncrTho mannerTh
The Th young man te August Belmont BelmontHI
HI Heis He Is starting in precisely as did didhis did111s didhis
his father When th the young oung man manshows manthows manshows
shows that he has made good progress progresshe
he will be promoted uOmot d to a junior part partnership paltJlershlp partiuership ¬
nership but for the next few years yearslife
life Avlll be real and aq < 1 earnest for August AugustHI AUJutilL AugustIIl
HI HIJust
Just as the first August Belmont Belmonttrained Belmmttrulncd Belmonttrained
trained the present head of the house housefor ho se sefor sefor
for the vast va t responsibilities he wa wag to toassume tolUiiIume toassume
assume so the youngestAugust youngest August Bel Belmont Belmoltt Eelmouit ¬
mont is to be trained for or the task taskwhich taskwhich taskwhich
which will be b his when his father iays jaysdown iaysdown iaysdown
down his work workIt
It is doubtful whether young August Augustfully Augustfully Augustfully
fully appreciates the magnitude of the theinterests theInterests theinterests
interests lie must safeguard when he hecomes hecomes hecoinec
comes into his 11190 own Great as is the Uiobusiness thebu thebusiness
business bu lness of the surface the subway subwayand sUbwayRnd subwayand
and the elevated lines of which his hisfather hisfather hisfather
father is master today it is small to towhat towhatlt towhat
what whatlt it it will be twenty years from now nowwhen no nowhen flOwwhen
when August Au ust III probably will be in incontrol Incontrol incontrol
control These lines new carry more morethan Inorothan morethan
than 1000000 passengers a day It is isreasonable Isreasonable isreasonable
reasonable to expert cxpe t that twenty years yearsfrom yearsfrom yearsfrom
from now the Belmont Belm nt transportation transportationlines
lines extended and amplified aa the themust themUit theinugt
must be to meet the city cityi surprising surprisinggrowth aurvrlshiggrowth nthprisiitggrowth
growth will handle 5000000 500000001 or more morepassengers morepassengers morepassengers
passengers a day To do justice to tothe tothe tothe
the management of such a colossal en enterprise enterprisa n nterprlse ¬
terprise young August must not only onlyhave onlyhave onlyhave
have administrative admlnls aUve ability of high highorder highorder highorder
order but a general knowledge of the thevarious theVarIous thevarious
various departments pf 9 f the passenger passengerrailroad passengorrailroad passengerrailroad
railroad business He must be force forceful forceful forceful ¬
ful enough to command the best en energies enorgies n nergies ¬
ergies of men of great skill must have havea
a good ood knowledge of everything that thatAvill thatwiU thattrill
trill tend toward bringing about the theimportant theimportant theinhportant
important economies must mu t know how howto I10 I10to howto
to so treat with armies of skilled ami amiunskilled IIn itiidunskilled 1 1mskllled
unskilled labor that few if any rup ruptures rUllures rufltures ¬
tures occur and nd must give to the great greatproperty greatproperty greatproperty
property all the oare and attention attentionthat attentionthat attentionthat
that a master mechanic gives to the themost themost themost
most delicately constructed piece of ofmachinery ofmachinery ofmachinery
machinery machineryBut
But the local transportation business businessimmense businessimmense businessimmense
immense as it is and will be Is only onlyone onlyone onlyone
one of the many fields in which the theyoung theyoung theyoung
young man man must be trained There are arenearly arenearl arenearly
nearly twoscore of great enterprises enterprisesIndustrial enterprisesIndu9trial enterprisesindustrial
Industrial and otherwise in which the theBelmont theBelmont I
Belmont millions are invested and in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which the head of the house of Belmont Belmontmust Belmontfllust
must be represented In each and all allofthese aUorthese altofthese I
ofthese young oung Belmont must get more moreor moreor
or less training before he is qualified qualifiedto
to assume his fathers place Thus far farAugust farAugust farAugust
August III has had a lot of ilay iar and andvery andver andvery
very ver little work From now on he will willhave wlUJ1ave wiilhave
have lots of work and very little play playHis playHis lay layHis
His father works hard and plays pla s hard hardHe hardHe
He has so o systematized s stemati ed his hi affairs that thathe thathe thathe
he has not made himself a slave to tobusiness tobusiness tobusiness
business If the son has inherited his hisfathers hisfathers hisfathers
fathers ability abiUt in this direction he is islucky islucky
lucky indeed Many young men may mayenvy mayfonvy mayenvy
envy young Belmont but it Is doubtful doubtfulif Ioubtrull oubtfulIt
if one young man in one hundred in all allthe ahlthe
the great city of New York will have haveto 11a 11ato haveto
to work harder from now on than will willthe willthe 11 11the
the youthful outhful millionaire millionaireAugust millionaireAUGust millionaireAugust
August Belmont III is 22 2 but looks looksolder Jooksolder looksolder
older Like his father he is a trifle triflebelow triflebelow triflebelow
below medium height Like his father fatherhe fatherhe
he is an athlete an ardent ard lt sportsman sportsmana
a lover of horses a good sailor a fair fairboxer fallboxer fairboxer
boxer a hard hitter and a simple liver liverHe liverHe liverHe
He dislikes notoriety and nd is i leas known knownto mown mownto
to the public than any of the th young youngmen younsmen youngmen
men of New York destined to inherit inheritmillions Inheritmillions Inheritmillions
millions The only time his name was wascome wascome I Icome
come into print has been in Connection Connectionwith ouinectiOuiwith I Iwith
with sailing salltn his bouts in regattas on onthe Oiithe mthe
the sound Ol in playing polo a sport sportwhich 61o1twhich alrtwhich
which he Is 14 as as passionately devoted o oas 03S oas
as his father always has been and in inwhich inwhich iiwhich
which he plays almost as good a game gameas gameas gameas
as his father does doesWhile ioesWhile oes oesVhile
While August Belmont Jr was at atHarvard atHarvard atHarvard
Harvard he lived as modestly as any anystudent anystudent
student at the university He kept kepthimself Itepthlmselt kepthimself II IIstudent
himself as much in the background as aspossible aspossible
possible The same passionate pride pridein
in his name and social position that thatanimates thatanlmat thatantmate
animates the elder Belmont is one of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the chief characteristics of August jr jrBut JrBut JrBut
But with the announcement this week weekof weekof weekof
of the two greatest events in his life lifethus lifethus lifetItus
thus far farIlls his entering on a business businesscareer businessarcr businesscareer
career and his engagement to Miss MissAlice MirsAlice Iiss IissAllee
Alice W Y De Golcouria Golcourlahie he may be said saidlo saidto saidto
to have stepped into the limelight He Hehas Hehas Hehias
has gone through school and college collegehe
he was graduated from Harvard in inthe Inthe iiithe
the class of 1904 has spent a year yeartraveling yeltitraveling eal ealtla
traveling tla cllng around the world and now nowthat nowthat nowthat
that he has besun be un to lake tk the first firststeps firststeps fIrststeps
steps that will lead e d him to t the head of ofone ofone ofone
one of the theSeat great banking houses of ofAmerica ofAmerica ofAmerica
America he becomes a public character characterby
by b might of his future futureWhile futureVhlle futureWhile
While the theh81r hair of the house of Bel Belmont Belmont Delmont ¬
mont resembles his father in many manyrespects mnn mnnrespectsl manyrespects
respects he hag lU given no indication indicationas
as yet of the possession of the choleric cholerictemper cholerictf1nper cholerictemper
temper that his father displays at attimes altimes attimes
times His shoulders should fS are broader than thanthose thanthose thanthose
those of the Belmont men generally generallywhich I Iwhlcb iwhich
which doer doe not not8 set t him him back any anyeither an aneither anyeither
either in playing polo or sailing his hishalf hishalf
half rater PlntaJU Thus Thusfar far he has hasnot liasnot hSnot I
not shown any an great desire to be a aclubman ac1ubmtl aciubnieh
clubman for Corh he belong to only onl two twoclubs I Ilub Iclubsthe
clubs clubsthe lub the th New ew York Athletic and nd the theLarchmont theLarchniont I ILalchmont
Larchmont Yacht Yu 11lw litWlitCht which lch forms a re remarkable yemarkable ¬
markable contract cOl1tra t to the long lon list of ofthese otthese Ofthese I
these institutions of which his hi father fatheris
is i a member That he loves horses horsesis I
is certain and he must m U8t have a sentl sentimental i imental
mental regard for riding and dli dliIng driv driving
ing That he h n is to be a business man 111anremains manrenittins j jremains
remains for the th future to show showTo showTo
To come up to the highest expecta e expectations pecta pectattons I j jtions
tions of his father August Belmont jr jrmust Jrmust I Imust
must be h first ftrs of Ji H 9 8reat root lanker hllnltera ankera
a fitting American mericai representative of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the house of Rothschild Roth hl1d He must be bea beIt bea
a strict business man man and a p good goodsportsman gool1sportsman goodsportsman
sportsman but his love of sport must mustalways mustalways
always be subservient subservi nt to that ruling rulingpassion ru11l1Spaulon rulingpassion I
passion for business Young Augusts Auguststraining Auguststraining Auguststraining
training will be in a house whose whosemethods whosenietheda
methods me thods are ar more n tore conservative savor savormore savormore savormoie I
more of other times and other man manners mnnnets maniieis ¬
nets than any banking house in inAmeripa InAmerirn inAmerica
America Every business day of the theyeal i iyear
year eal eHher e1 het Mr Il Belmont or MB 111 partner partnerIs j jis I
is on n hajid when business begins be 1 HI and I joclock Ithe IthedayS
the thedayS days work ork is never don iloneJie e it 4 4oclock 4oclock
oclock or 7 oclock oCloctunUl until cffleW Me < r the thepartners thepartnelR thepartners
partners closes clo th the doors of the big bigsafe bigsafe j jsafe
safe and locks It with lila own hand baudAll j jAH I IA1I
AH the foreign correspQn corrCijPQn4Qu correnpQnWie < jwice e is isthe IsCOlHluted isconducted
conducted bY b tl1ft of dPJ 1 S who Whotvrte I Iwite
wite tvrte In lonlbnnd III thehuS1ng the lali1age of ofthe I Ithe
the country th their h correspondents corre9p nd Kts live livein lc1ft iLvein
in Hut whilo whUoin in these thinsr4Jje tlllll t1Je firm firmis 1rmfa firmis
is old fashioned there is Isnotb1Jg nothing of ofthat ofthat ofthnt
that atmosphere atinosnhefOln in their financial in industrial industrhal ¬
dustrial or transportation operations operationsmd r
or the subway subwaYand
as witness the conduct I Iand
and Mr Ir Belmonts plans for or JHiture l op operations operations operatlons ¬
erations in this thi > line lineIt UneH lineIt
It is a noteworthy fact In speaking apeakinKof
of the future futU1eef of this thl young man that thathis thqthis thatlila
his life work worhas worc has been sheeted for him himjust himjust himJust
his grand grandfather grandfathOr grandfather ¬
just as 8 his fathers was by
father The first American August AugustBelmont AugustBelmont AugustBelmont
Belmont had three careers in Innlnd mind for forhi t01hiE forhmir
hiE hi three sons August guf t was to bo b a abanker abflnker abanker
banker Perry Perr a 8 diplomat and anc Oliver OliverH
H P was to enter the navy to carry carryon carryon carrYan
on the traditions tradUons of that Commodore CommodoreParry CommodorePon CommodorePerry
Parry Pon for whom he Avas Wa5t wasp named jiamedAugusts namedAugusts jiamnedAugusts
Augusts training was always aiwa with withths withths withitbs
ths point of f his being a aImankqi bankqr hank < n and andhow andho andho
ho how well he carried ctirrl c rri t1 out his fathers fathersambitions rathersambitions fathersambitlona
ambitions the worjd knows Perry Perrytook Perr Perrtook Perrytook
took special courses in International Internationallaw
law and the matter in which he henerved hCBe heserved
nerved Be rved his country > as s assistant 1109IS tant secre secretory secretnr3 ¬
tory of the l1oYiJl uat navy hind gs i minister to toSoain toSQfliJt toSOftIli I
Soain showed that ho h had profited by byhis b byiIs
his dhances OHverSiritfertfa rlthe the Havy n Y Yt
t
I Ihe
but retired retlr d after a few e ew years ca s service servicethe servicthe e c
the he only one of the first Augusts Auguststhree Auguslsthree Auguststhree
three sons who did not follow t lJow out his hisfathers
fathers wishes as to a career careerIf caroerif
If there Is any truth in the adage adagethat adagethat
that that4blood blood frill IU tell it is fair to as assune as assur ausure
sure sur c that young YO Qg Mr Bel Belmont P10J1 t will fol follow follow follow ¬
low in his fathers footsteps so far as asbusiness usbusiness aSbusiness
business is concerned with no less as assured assured assurcd ¬
sured a tread With 1th the start he has hasIn hasIn hasin
In life with the huge transportation transportationenterprises transportationenterprises tyansportqtionenterprisen
enterprises his father set under way it itfollows ittollos ittohloiis
follows that Ifhe if he lives he will be the theresponsible theresponsible theresponsible
responsible head of the greatest local localrailway localUwa localrailway
railway Uwa system in the world Besides Besidesthe Besidesthe S Sthe
the subway and its connections and andthe andthe andthe
the multitude of other Belmont cor corporations corporatlons corporations ¬
porations he Avlll also have to as assume assume assume ¬
sume the direction of his fathers two twohuge twohuge twohuge
huge hotels the Belmont and the theMurray thelurra theMurray
Murray lurra Hill and the realty reaIt companies companiesformed companleaformed companiesformed
formed in connection with the first firstsubway ftrltsubway iratsubway
subway contract That is where h re those thosebig thoebig thosebig
big shoulders and the head kept clew clewby cQIJby clearby
by his hl devotion to outdoor sport pot may maybe ma mabe maybe
be counted on to help hel him through throughAt thr ugh ughAt
At present young Belmont hs had to toput toput toput
put all thought of outdoor sports away awayfrom aw awayfrom y yfrom
from him except for the interval of ofSaturday ofSaturday ofSaturday
Saturday afternoon and Sunday Sunda But Butthere Butthete Butthere
there is a phase of his sporting career careerthe careerthe careerthe
the public will 1lI watch eagerly eaerl as s the theyears tlleycars theyearn
years go on and that is to se fs if he hedevelops hedevelops no nodevelops
develops the same love for racing that thathis thathis thathis
his father has Ita shown Up to the pres present present prosent
ent young Belmont has not displayed displayedany
any decided predilection for the sport sportof 81Ortof sportof
of kings He only goes to the metro metropolitan metropoll metropohltan ¬
politan poll tan track when one oflris fatherfi fatherfihorses fatherlhorses fathiernhorses
horses Is entered in a big race though thoughhe
he is seen at the Saratoga races every everyday cver cverday everyday
day when his attendance there does not notinterfere lOtinterfere iotinterfere
interfere with his polo games which whichare whlohare whichare
are his master passion Like LIk his fath father rather atli atlior ¬
er he Is extremely fond of Saratoga Saratogaand
and the racing there But in his lack lackof lackof lackof
of appaynt enthusiasm for horse fac facing ac acing acing ¬
ing as a sport he may m1i be only revealing revealinganother 1eveallnsanother revealinganother
another semblance to his father Men Menwho Menwho Menwho
who know August Belmont well say saythat sa sathat saYthat
that no one can ever ee judge by his ac actions actions actions ¬
tions just how dearly the president pre ident of ofthe ofthe f fthe
the Jockey club cares for his horses horsesfor ho15esfor horsesfor
for all good thoroughbreds in fact factEven factEven factEven
Even before his business and his hishorses hishorses hishorses
horses August Belmont cares most for forthe forthe forthe
the memory of his father And in keep keepins keepIng keeplag
ins his oldest olde t son out of association associationwith
with him in racing at present he Is only onlyfollowing onl onlyfolloiving I
following his fathers plan It is told toldthat tohththat
that the present August Au st Belmont went wentto wontto wentto I
to a sale of his fathers horses and andbought andbought andbought
bought one of the lot that struck his hisfancy hisfan hisfancy
fancy fan C Two weeks later ater his father fatherlearned rathellearn fattierlearned
learned learn d who had bought boug it the horse liorsoaipl liorsoaiplsent and andsent m1dsent
sent for his son who was at work out outin outin outin
in the counting room roomI
I hear youve ouve bought one of my myhorses 111 111horses myhorses
horses he sad when the young man manentered manentered manentered
entered his private office officeYes offi offi6eYOs e eY
Yes Y S sir I did didWhat dll1What didWhat
What did you buy him for forI
I thought hed make a good polo polopony polQpon polepony
pony pon sir sirWell sirWell sirWell
Well remarked the elder Belmont Belmontdrawing BelmontdrawIng Belmontdrawing
drawing his check book toward him himI
I guess you can get getal1 all the polo ponies poniesyou ponilyou poniesyou >
you want without buying thorough thoroughbreds thoroughbreds thoroughbreds ¬
breds How much has he cost you youThe youTh ou 7 7The
The Th son n mentioned the cost of the thehorse thehorse thehorse
horse and then with true business in insight Insight Insight ¬
sight added a fair sum sum for the ex expense expense oxpence ¬
pence pense of keeping the horse two weeks weeksJust weeltsJust weeksJust
Just sign a receipt for that thataOlount thataOlountand amount amountand amountand
and Ill Ilibuy buy bu him back from you said saidthe saidthe saidthe
the elder Belmont as he pushed a acheck acheck acheck
check across the desk ton to his son sonAugust 9OnAugust sonAugust
August Belmont kept out ut of racing racinguntil racliuuntil racinguntil
until his father died and then rather ratherthan ra ratherthan ther
than see the great oat nursery nUlsr farm go gointo gointo goInto I
into other hands the magnificent col collection collection collection ¬
lection of thoroughbreds dispersed and andthe andthe andthe
the nqfme of Belmont pass out of the theannals theannals theannals
annals of the American turf he hebought hebought hebought
bought in the farm and what he want wanted wanted wanted ¬
ed of the stock and began his career careerof careerof careerof
of making the name of Belmont move moveimnortant moleImn moreimnortant
imnortant Imn ortant than ever in racing Jaeln history historyThose hiatorThose
Those who have been intimate Intim t with withMr willilr vi viMr 1
Mr lr Belmont In his racing raein career cireer Q Qclare dtt dttdare e <
clare dare that it is ismori mon than likely it trill Avtllonly trillonly
only be a few years yearsberor before Atfgust jr jris jris JrIs
is associated ass ciated with him in his racing en enterprises ettelpriscs enteuprlses ¬
terprises as Mrs Belmont Aa w ws In her herlifetime herlifetime herlifetime
lifetime Then the young man will willhaAre willhave JI JIhaye
have more work He HewlU will not only onlyliavn onlyhay onlybarn
hay on his hands the management managementof ml1ne ement ementof
of Belmont park the greatest race racetrack racetraCk racetrack
track in the world but he Avlll have haveto haveto haveto
to display rare tact in the handling of ofwhat fif fifwhat ofwhat
what Belmont in his racing career fle fleclares 4edares e eelares
dares racing Altogether this young youngmen youngmen ou S Smen
men who now first of all is learning learningto
to be a good clerk has a life of big bigthings bigthings bigthings
things before him He can d much or orlittle 01ltttle omlittle
little for the development of New York Yorkand Yorkanl1101 Yorkand
and anl1101 for the well being of its people peopleIt ptoplIt
It all depends upon 1tlmselfNew himself New York YorkFound YorkPress YorkPress
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Chicago Chronicle ChronicleChief ChronicloChief ChrouieleChief
Chief of Police Collins was talking toa toa to toa
a reporter about his work workMy worlMy 011 011h
My h work would he more difficult difilculthe
he said s hl in fact it would be imnossi imnossihle ImnosslMe l
hle were it not that every eer man in the theworld theworld timetvorltl
world is a policeman Every E ry man manwatches manwatches manwatches
watches his brother man and knows knowsthat knowtlthat knowsthat
that his brother man watch him In Inturn Inturn Inturn
turn Thus the work of ua profession professional P1ofetl lon lonal
al Lecocqs is kept down downThe downThe downThie
The proof of this is that if A sees seesin selSin seesin
in his friend rrlend B signs of dishonesty hi hiOAvn hlown hIs hIsown
own moral tone relaxes and he tends fendsto tendsto
to become dishonest himself Thus ThusThere ThusThere ThusThere
There was a suburban grocer who whotook whotook vhotook
took his clerk to a saloon one day after afterclosing altorclosing afterclosing
closing time and purchased a spod spodmany JQOdmany gpodmany
many glasses of beer Then after he hebegan hebegan hebegan
began to feel talkative and trustful trustfulthe tgustfultime
the grocer rocer said saidLook saidLook saidLook
Look here John I owe 3000 000 000Yes 000Yes
Yes sir said the th clerk I know kno it itI itI
I have 2000 in the thesufe thesafeYes safe safeYe
Ye Yeti sir sirAnd sirAnd sirI
I And the store is empty The Tii atuck atuckis
is completely run down I think it is istime IItime IStime
time to fail dont < your you1I you
1 do said the clerk I certainly certainlydo ct1t lnb lnbd lnbBut
do d
But I need ne l a pretext pret xt8aid said the giO giOcer groer 10 10r
cer r Hang Han It it I cant Jlnd a Qrot ur ulutaxt ulutaxtill texl texlIll xt xtIll
Ill tell you what to db John You Youthink Touthink Youthink
think this matter over and Jet DM know knowtomorrow Imtwtomorrow knewtomorrow
tomorrow morningwany morn ing any suggestions s cstl ns fts ftsto nato hato
to a pretext for failure that nay como comotp comotp comet
tp t you during the night nightThe nightThe 1lghtThe
The clerk promised to do this and andthe andthe andthe
the two men separated separatedThe separutedThe separatedThe
The next morning on hfstJel1cthe hfstJel1ctherocer his flask the thegrocer thegrocer
grocer rocer found this note from rl Jm JohnI JohnIhave John I Ihave Ihave
have taken the 2000 and gone to South SouthAmerica SouthAmerica SouthAmerica
America It Is the best pretext you youORn youORngive can cangive cangive
give your creditors creditorsWanted crcdltors8t creditorsWantedA
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Wanted WantedA A Servant ServantLipplncotts ServantLippincotts ServantLippincotts
Lippincotts Magazine MagazineGood MagazineGood Uag ine ineGooi
Good servants are much in deintuid deintuidin thempacin < l
in Washington as well as In other othercities tlh othercities l lcities
cities Mrs R had searched long l ng and andvainly andvain andvainly
vainly vain for a fairly good general serv servant sarvant servant ¬
ant a colored one antI at last in Je Jespair lespur Icspair
spair she stopped an elderly oerl colored coloredwoman oolo coloredwoman fd fdwoman
woman who looked as It she might mighthave mighthl1 mighthave
have hl1 vebeen been one of the antebellum
house house6etUnts servants and therefore thci uc a reliable reliableone relia muliubieammo le leou
one ou < and made known licl wants wantsI
I want a girl who is hitrufity Crusty and andgoofl ndr ndrgOO f fgood
good gOO cook cookJ J T am am wilfimj to t nut ut out outmost outmost ut utmost
most of our laundry Iaun ry work und to give j
fair wages but so sofar far I havent h vent beep boajiable beepable OtJ1 OtJ1able
able to engage one one said Mrs Irs ft ftDont nDont ItDont
Dont you oO knoAVot know f soiritone whom I Ican I Ican Jcan
can get getDeed getDeed jj
Deed no ladyI lad I dont was the theansAver theanswer theanswer
answer ansAverOh answerOh answerOh
Oh dear signal Mrs E Ro what whatshall whatshnll svhatshall
shall I do doI T TI
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does as I has to to toh1rea toh1reaSarcastic hirea TfJJJfwoman TfJJJfwomant lf om n nSarcastic
Sarcastic Guide GuideSomcrviJIe G > uiIe uiIeSomertIlle i iSomerY1ie t
SomcrviJIe Journal JournalCity Journnt JournntCItSortsmnnEver JourntCity >
City CItSortsmnnEver SnortsmanBvery Um time I tire that thatsun thatgun thatgun
gun Kicks hard enough to kttDQk me meovc rileuve iiieuve
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to you that you hare brought broushttlownQ dowji sonte J1
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The eye of the law is remarkably
keon nowadays A few weeks back l ack a umun amnn aman
man was brought bro1 ht up at the central centralCriminal centralct1mlnul centralrlminui
Criminal court who found himself in inthe inthe intIle
the dock mainly through n cobweb A Adetective AdetectIve Adetective
detective had been attracted to pay payhhn payhhn payhim
hhn peculiar p ulinr attention by tho fact that thatfashionably thalfa tlittfashionably
fashionably fa hIonably attired he was walking
down the street with a mass of cob cobAvebs cobwebs ob obebs
webs ebs on the elbow qf his frock coat coatThe coatThe coatTime
The news n vs received later that thata a robbery
had been effected at a Avlne wlnemerchants wlnemerchantsomc merchants merchantsofllce merchantsofflee
ofllce in the neighborhood suggested suggestedthe uggestedthe
the question whether there wore in the thecellars thecellars timecellars
cellars where the thief might have haveconcealed haveconcealed haveconcealed
concealed himself cobwebs of the thesame thesame thesame
same description There were and the theimmaculately thehmnaculatcly theImmaculately
immaculately dressed man will wlllin in fu future future f u ulure ¬
ture probably take a clothos cloth os brush with Avithhim withhim withhim
him him when engaged In inik 4ike pursuits He Hewill Hewill Hetrill
will not need one howeytrj hoo1 for over overtwo overtwo
two ears i iIt
years yearsIt yearsIt
It Is the little thing that catches catchesthe catchesthe
the criminal declared Ckl r Mace the thegreat tilegreat
great head of the Paris police He Hecaught Hecaught
caught a criminal named nam d Avinet by a ascent ascent aSeclit
scent the offender used The crime crimewas crImewus crimewas
was a terrible one onetho tho murder of a alady alady alady
lady for her jewels and certain bonds bondsin bondsIn bondsi
in i her possession The lady was dis discovered discovered diecovered ¬
covered lying upon the floor of her roomdood room roorndeath roomdead
dead She had been strangled 1 No Noone Noone Noone
one had been seen going In or depart departing departlug departbIg ¬
lug from her rooms rooms4 ThEre appeared appearedto
to be no clew cl w The unfortunate lady
had evidently been suddenly attacked attackedwhiloengaged attackedwhllo attackedwhilo
whiloengaged whllo engaged in friendly conversation conversationwith conversationwJth conversationwith
with a visitor for a bottle of wine and andtwo andtwo andtwo
two partly filled glasses stood upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the table A handkerchIefa a ladys ladyswas ladyswas ladyswas
was on the floor beside her It was wasat wasat wasat
at once assumed that the handkerchief handkerchiefwas
was madames and that it had fallen fallenfrom fallenfrom fallenfrom
from her hand But it waS scented scentedand scentedand scentedand
and no one hadover had vel known madame to touse touse touse
use that peculiar scent scentMace scentMace scentMace
Mace came to the conclusion that it itbelongedto Itbelonged itbelonged
belonged to the murderer and that the theassassin theassflssin thenssassin
assassin was a a man of effeminate and anddandyish anddandyish anddandyisit
dandyish habits What rhat man was there therelikely thereUkel therelikely
likely Ukel to commit that crime who used usedsuch usedsuch usedsuch
such a scent and an preferred not to tobulge topUlge tobulge
bulge his pocket out with a handker handkerchief handkerchief liandkerchief ¬
chief which was larger than a ladys ladysWithin ladysWithin ladysWithinfour
Within Withinfour f four days Mace had found his hisman hisman hisman
man It was the scent that led to his hishead hishoad hishead
head falling into M Deiblers basket basketIn basketIn basketIn
In tha th Black museum at Scotland ScotlandYard ScotlandYard ScotlandYard
Yard Is the plaster cast of a bitten bittenapple bittenapple I Iapple
apple which whichwHs was the only clew the thepolice thepOlice timepoIIc
police had to the identity of the per perpetrator perIltralor perlibtrator ¬
petrator of a most sensational scnsuti nul crime crimeTle crImerfle crimeri
Tle ri murderers victim was a woman AvomanAvho womanwho womanwho
who owas found dad d ad in a room in a aJiouso ahouso ahouso
houso in Great Coram street London LondonThe Londonfhe LondonThe
The assassin had eaten part of the theapple thelllple theapple
apple and a very ery fair Impression of ofhis ofhis oflila
his teeth remained in the fruit Un Unfortunately Unfortunately Unfortunately ¬
fortunately the clew cit was not sufficient sufficientand sufficIentand sufficientand
and the guilty man was never discoAerei disco discoerel discorereth
erei ereiIn erelIn erethIn
In a case tried on the western cir cirr
r yonrs hlce nee a man suspected suspectedof
of murder was discovered to have on onLHU onl onLbU
LHU l V iusers Hu 5erS ers of his right hand marks markswhich markswhich
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which had clearly been made by pe peculiarly pecullarl1 pecuhiarly ¬
culiarly shaped human teeth The Theteeth Timeteeth t tteeth
I Ioxactl
teeth of the dead man were shown to toexactly toexactly
exactly oxactl fit t into the th marks and the pris prisoner prisoner ¬
oner was convicted convictedThe convIctedThe convictedThe
The mystery surrounding the death deathof deathof deathof
of a great continental banker was Avascleared wascJenre wascleared
cleared 1 by means of a cigar holder holderfound holderfound holderfound
found in the room with the body bo1 No Noone Noone Noone
one could identify th the holder No one onehad onelmd onehad
had ever seen the banker using It But ButIn ButIn ButIn
In the holder was a smallpiece small piece of un unconsuined I Iconsuinod Iconsumed
consumed cigar end Experts pro pronounced pronounced ¬ I
nounced it a cigarof cigar of thefinest th the finest quality qualityone qualltyone
one one which only a person of wealth wealthcould wealthcould wealtimcould
could afford to purchase This evi evidence evidence cvideuce ¬
dence appeared to confirm the notion notionthat notionthat notionthat
that the cigar holder had belonged to tothe tothe tothe
the dead ead plutocrat He had cigars in inthe inthe inthe
the house too of the same brand One Oneof Oneof Oiieof
of the detectives however engaged In Inthe Inthe inthe
the case was not satisfied The cigar cigarholder cigarhol cigarholder
holder hol er was peculiarly worn wo n in two twoplaces twoplaCEs twoplae
places plae s Its owner had evidently been beeoaccustomed beenaCn8tont beenaecmstomneil
accustomed 1 to bite ite It hard Two teeth teethhad teethhaeI teethhad
had almost bitten it through thr ghu The de detective delecthe dcteethe ¬
teethe inserted the holder in the mouth mouthof mouthof mouthof
of the dead man but his teeth would wouldnot wouldriot oult1 oult1not
not fit thos hollows The holder had hadevidently hudldcnUy humidevidently
evidently ldcnUy belonged to the murderer He HeAvas Hewas Ifewas
was discovered at last in the person personof per80nof personof
of the bankers cook whoso teeth cor correpond corre ocrreeponded
repond re pondd d to the worn places He had hadbeen lladbeen hadbeen
been accustomed to help himself td t his hismasters hIsmalltors hismasters
masters choice cigars cigarsThe cigarsThe
cigarss
s r rThe
The Business of the Day DayHarpers DayHarpers DayHarpers
Harpers Weekly WeeklyRepresentative WeeklyRejresentathe WeeklyRepresentative
Representative Champ CJark tells of ofai orat ofan
ai at amusing story stOl in connection conn tfon with withthe withthe trithitue
the inauguration of Thomas T Critten Crittend Crittenpn
d pn n as governor of Missouri U sourf a cere ceremony cerefony ¬ I Ion
mony on attended with more frills than thanjfny tbanother thanmy
jfny my other in the state since the civil civilAvar civilwar civilwar
war AvarAccording According to Mr lr Clark there Were Wereon veroon ero eroon
on this occasion military militar organizations organizationsand
and bands galore and special carloads carloadsof > arloadsof
of people came from Kansas City Clt and andSt ItnrlSt andSt
St Louis to witness the pageant Cap Captain Captain Captaimi ¬
tain Hawley Hawlc of St Louis was grand grandmarshal grandmarShal grandutarshmal
marshal of the day Lieutenant Gov Governor Go Goenor Govempor ¬
ernor Broekmeyer a quaint character characterAvas characterwn
Avas wn presiding presl ing over vcr the senate and as ashe f1She aslie
he awaited notice noUceof of the time for e ihe ihesenate ihesenate thesenate
senate to proceed to the hall of the thehouse thehouse thchouse
house of representatives where the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two bodies in joint session were to re receive recerve receive ¬
ceive the new governor he lolled back backIn backIn backin
In his chair on the presidents stand standand stam1and stan stanand
and smoked a big corncob pipe with the theUtmost timeptmost
Utmost nonchalance nonchalanceThe
The senate lobby was crowded and andsenators andscnato18 andsenators
senators were in their seats on the thetiploe theploc thetiptoe
tiptoe ploc of expectancy for the strains of ofmartial ormartial ofmartial
martial music could be heard from all alldirections alldirections alldirections
directions At this juncture a figure figurein
in a glittering glitteringanil nail brilliant vmtf untfJr untfJrIIlJshed unifirro unifirroIusiiel rr rrpushed
pushed through the crowd and ma mrehed marchedhalfway mrehedhlllfwu mrehedlutlfiimy
halfway up ui the aisle niecl Thins was w a Mar Marshal Marshah Iar Iarahal ¬
shah of the Day Hawley Drawing his hisswprd hifSWQ1P hisrQrtl
swprd rQrtl he made a profound IHOfoundmilltlr military sa salute 00Jut sitlute ¬
lute Jut and announced with much pom pomposity J lOflhpority n1 n1po ¬
posity posityMr po lty
Mr 11 President Pr sidenl the governor oernorof of Mis Missouri 11118fiiOU1fl MIsaouii ¬
souri and qn his staff now appnoach appnoachWithout upprroachlV1l1lOut appvoachiiWithout
Without removing his pipe plp from hjs Junifloutil hjsmouth hl hlmonth
mouth Lieutenant at Brofikmeyer r re responded rcijpon4ed yespommded ¬
sponded spondedVoll ijpon4edYoU spommdedYell
YoU let him come dot is vet ot ve e are arehere arehore arehere
here for forShowing forI forShowing
I Sa SaShowing
Showing the New Yorker YorkerSan YorkerSan YorkerSan
San Francisco Chronicle ChronicleTheres ChronlceTheres ChronieeTheres
Theres a wonderful hot spring that thatbubbles tha thatbubbles t tbubbles
bubbles up in the ocean a mile off Cat Catalina CataUna Catalma
alma Island remarked Percival S SBurkhardt SHurkhardt SIlurkhartlt
Burkhardt a Poughkeepsle banker as aslie ashe ashe
he leaned over the counter at the St StFrancis StFrancis StFrancis
Francis A boilinghot boiling hot spring right rightout rI rightout ht htout
out io the th ocean seems almost incred incredible li1erel1Iblo incrediblo ¬
Iblo and I wouldnt have believed it if ifI jfI ifI
I hadnt seen seen It with my eyes and anddipped anddlppe amuhdipped
dipped l my m fingers into the almost almostScalding almosticnldlng almostscalding
Scalding water I was as out trolling for foryellQwtatl foryellowtail or oryeliowtall
yellowtail one day in a gasoline launrh launrhwhen launlllwhen haunchylten
when the boatman told tol 1 m about the thewonderful thewonderful timeOfl1C1fUi
wonderful spring We Ve were not Very Veryfur VeryfUl Veryfur
fur from it so we cruised cru ilcl around and andfound andfouihd
found it uiid Hd an we pastel over it ho hodipped h hdhJPci hedipped I
dipped it bucket of water out jrf < f the theocean theocean theocean
ocean that WAS scalding acuh1in hot It War Warone Waron wamone
one on o the most wonderful experiences experiencesof I Iot
of the many I have had in California Californiaand Californiand Californiaand
and nd I wouldnt have missed it for forgrcd forgreat c cgreat
great deal dealYos dealYos dealYes
Yos I had that game played on me meoncey meonCtt inconce
oncey once remarked Chief Clerk McDer McDermott McDermott IcDermott
mott rather carelessly carelesslyI
I dont understand you declared declaredthe decluredthcPoughkeepsle declaredthcPoughkeepsie
the Poughkeepsle banker bankerYou bankerYou bunkerYou
You were out in a gasoline launch launchExactly 1aunchEJX9Ctly launchllhxoctiy
° Exactly ExactlyAnd EJX9Ctly4And llhxoctiyAnd
And the boatman held the bucket bucketOAer bucketocr bucketover
ocr the stern of the boat for several severalminutes AeprallJllnutes severalminutes
minutes while getting his bearings bearingsfrom besrlnsufrom benringafrom
from the landmarks on shore before heforedipping beforeQlnnhlg befored1pnizg
dipping up the hot water waterYes waterYes vaterYes
Yes I think he did didI didr
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from the exhaust haust pipe of the gas en engine englqe engiie ¬
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