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I The fever scorched sCLchelhiI1 liini physically physicallyand plJysical plJysicalrnd physkc11Yavd
and befogged him h n mentally lie tossed tossedin tos tossedin c l lin
in a hot restless lestle restless haze Imz at times Ualbliug bab babbling ab abbUng ¬
bUng childishly of of mother the themother thumother themother
mother whose loss three years before beforchac beforehad
had hac sent him himto to the tIle far west to try to toforget toforget
forget his hi homeliness I1o1leli less r he ie e struggle tomaster tomaster to tomaster
master the new conditions c nditiOl attendant attendantI n ttcmdiiU t ton
on ranch life had bat taken him cut of him himself bimself himself ¬
self and done him l1i l good and as success successcrowned successcrownell successcrowned
crowned his efforts dreams lc msof of a home homoagain homengain homeagain
again made ma c so so by the presence of a asweet asweet
sweet faced el girl wife lighted I hte his toil toilThoy toilThej toilThey
They were wereouly only dreams as yet for forhe forhe
he held himself humbly and had Jiesi Juisitatefl hesitated
tated to offer his love until he felt that thathis tllathis thathis
his affairs lf 1 irs were on a firm basis finan financially fil1nnciany Gnallchilly ¬
chilly as they would be bew when wlrii 1cl1 his hispr pros present proscut s sent ¬
ent abundant crop was harvested harvestedIn
In his hi partial delirium end h1l11Jaz ncl hazy wandering wan wandering wan wandering ¬
dering he muttered JUutt c nov no tl tile e long longre longrepressed re repressed re repressed ¬
pressed confession whispering it eagerly eager eagerly eng r rIy ¬
ly with ltll feverish impatience im1 > atiCl cer for r the tl1crc tl1crc810118e re response response ¬
sponse his lis heart hoped for forAt f forAt l lAt
At length the silence siJencewhih whifh yhi h lay likethe like likethe likethe
the pull of uesohrtion desolation ujjon the lonelylittle lonely lonelylittle louelylittle
little slack was broken by heavy l1mnyfoot l1mnyfootsteps foot footsteps
steps on the planlcs pli nlm1t at the 1h door and m1 a aburly a aImllj
burly fellow strode in with a noisy noisyglCCtiUg noisygreeting
greeting Hello Ilell hello J Harris I lhis Laid up uphey uphe up uphey
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The sick man 1Ole roused 1le1 to consciousness consciousnessand
and smiled smilc feebly flow do o Lamsonclad Lamson LamsonGlul1
Glad you y u came eauie u1l1e in Yes Yesle Ive been laid laidup tic1 tic1up
up a l bii i1 canlt ut remember remem bel how long longteC11l1UolfHesmy longfever
fever teC11l1UolfHesmy innIdles umia ldles my head His spoqch sP S1GCIIwas Cch Cchwa
was wa broken and dragged dla g d thickly thicklyAint thic1 thicklyAhlt Jy Jyilt
Aint ilt wanting to cat at much I1lI1C I sposo sposoand SlOS111Hl spos sposand
and good thing thin that is too for an ohs ohsback old ohlbach oldbneh
bach tlrats tIrn t got nobody nobodyHarris noborlinllis
Harris I3a rris winced Mother othcr 1tY had d been b y yhis cn in ill illhis inhis
his sick sic fancy so much and with suchvivduc such suchvividness suchiYil1ncss
vividness vivduc s that his hisberewcll1cilt bereavement seeisod se0n2eibut seeisodbut s emCl emClhnt
but a t few fl W days back Wiili V ih an m effort efforthe efforthe efforthe
he replied
1 want nothing but water and Sladebrings Slade Sla Slabrhgs
brings me a pailful mornmgsf U1QrJi llgsl when whenhe
he he doesnt forget LShetlid > is he did today He Hegestured IIegestui
gestured gestui cll toyard t nr the empty r bucket bucket on onthe onthe onthe
the chair bosidc hei beside t1 the bed he but the visitordid visitor visitordid isitol isitoldftl
did not notice itnor it nor tile longing in inthe inthe inthe
the fever fe fer l r red eyes cs and the ernckc1Jjps ernckc1JjpsDoetOl cracked lips lipsDoctor lipsDoctor
Doctor DoetOl of course he intimated intimatedbriskly in hntiutatedbriskly imtlted imtltedbrisldy
briskly brisklyNo brisldyXo brisklyNo
No Shido wouldnt Ultlllt go for him and andno
no one rises e15 been in inSlade iaShldewoul iuShade
Shade Shldewoul wouldnt nt go oIIn Iln ha haGuess haGuessnot Guess Guessnot Cuessnot
not much You dont get et the oldground old oldground 0111grouml
ground hog that far from from his hole backof back backof hackof
of the hill dill Everybodys EYerylJolIjshusicr busier than thanin thnnill thtutin
in sheep shearing time you on know har harvesting harvesting liarvesting ¬
vesting their grain gr in Reason no ones onesbeen onc oncbeen onesbeen
been along nlJIl 1 reckon Im through in infine infine infine
fine shape I tell you on and lyeprom lyepromisCll Ive prom promised promiseT
ised my myself m CJr cltuudbganb and n ltgul1g Sang g to Snyder Sn del for f for forweek l a aweek t tweek
week Ai And Am mav man J lt u youd Jol l ought to bo bolooking helooking belooking
looking after yours our8 Its spoiling fast fastI
I noticed ITe laughed JlUgh d at the startled startledexpression sturtlec startledexpression
expression c tpre sJon that 1h t widened the hollow holloweyes holI holloweyes w wc
eyes c es Forgot It had you Well you youwant O1 O1want
want to see to 1 it right away a wa j I must mustmosey mustmosey
mosey Im out on a sweet errand errandQot erranddot rrmlllyot
dot my new house done Its 11 t beaut beauttoo beauttoo beauttoo
too and furnished 1Ul11 she tiptop t ItoP And iid now the thecage theago thecage
cage ago is ready lfn Im going gniu up to settle settlethc settlethe
the date of taking homo my m bird Liz T Lizzies iz izzie
zies zie s fought shy but hutshell shell pull steady steadywhen steadywhim
when were tied all right lia I a haLirite ha haLizzie hnLi7Jc
Lizzie V Harris liirris repeated vaguelyliia vajjueljv vajjueljvhis vaguely YIfnelbiG
his Y voice e hesitating and troubledSure troubled troubledSure troubledSUI
Sure SUI Uxio lira lrHlI ralleyLantsonIind ralleyLantsonIindo dloyLamsonr Ln 1I1S011 Kind Kindo Kindf
o f tidy tiel mrne 1 fake ta1 n it I sQinediiiig like liketl101e likethtie
those swob New Yorkers iIi 111 haHe ha hnHe
He roared boisterously at his Hash Hn h ofwit of ofwit oftt
wit tt It Well hope hOll youll vonll pull up soon soonSo soon soonSo soonSo
So long lIe stumped st llUec1 away a wins winstling his histllI luisthiPbg
tling tllI leaving l n iug b bIn the door opeii opm opmInthe
In Inthe the silence that again closed upon uponhim uponhim 11OUhim
him Harris Jay and stared out at the thequiverhlg thequivering
quivering heat waves and mid little dust dustddi dusteddies
eddies ddi s that tlta t whirled in at times aggra nggrantin aggravating
rating ntin his hi burning heat and thirst thirstBut thirstBut thirstBut
But he l e did 1i < l not notice them He was wnsstrhj wasstriving
striving strhj ui to steady Hta his throbbing brain brainand brainand
and analyze the torturing inner il1nerscnse il1nerscnseof sense senseof senseof
of pain llU in and loss which now intensified intensifiedhis intensifiedhis
his bodily lJol Hr distress distressThe tlistrcssfhe distressflue
The crop lo the cMop eropthat c that was all aUl allright
right l ght It was great He could could put upthe up upthe tlp tlpthe
the da dainty in ty cottage he had h d planned plull 1ell so so soofteIl sooften
often these last months since I the thepromise thepromise thepromise
promise of early emJ summer had shown show11suell shownsuch shownsuch
such abundiint fulfillment in the ripen ripening ripenin
ing in fkll tit tiells l < Tho 1J crop erollthe the crop Who Whosaid 1Vliosaid VllOahl
said ahl it wjjs spoiling sloilingf It was all right rightHe rightHc rightIIe
He would bogin on it today todtl when he h hhud hehad
had a drink drin He could drink dri1i the th well welldry well wcI1dry
dry He fumbled clumsily with the thebedding thebedding
bedding and ossayod css rci1 to tUIisc wise but fell r fellback ll llbucl
back inertly incrth a u 1 little J foolish siuile sillle on ontIle onthe
tIle parchol lips His head was so s sbig sobig
big lie lIchad had not noti I known onej one ouleti head headcould headcould yeDd yeDdcouhl
could bo so big and heavy h L Anil A ll the thecrop thecrop i icrop
crop The crop was all right He Hewould Hewou1t1 liewould
would build the cottage cottagcCorfor for for Liz Lizzie Lizzie Lizzie
zie Lizzie He cried out hoarsely hoarselywith hoarselywith j jwith
with a l phns l pang l1 of anguish at lit it the sudden suddendull siItl suddendull ell ellduB
dull recognition of his loss lo There was wasno wusno wasno
no Lizzie Liz ie for him hiinnOl1 Ii iinnonenouenor iinnonenouenorhad none none lloD norhad nor norhad
had been What mattered the the crop cropLet cropLet j
Let it spoil What mattered any an anything anythingnow thing thingnow thingno
now no LizzieLizzi Lizzio IizzitLiz7ichirdcageLiz IizzitLiz7ichirdcageLizzie Lizzie 91ird bird = cage cageLiz cageLizzie Liz Lizzie
zie Brad Bra BradLiz Liz lie scowled impatiently iInpatientlyIle impatientlyHe hnpntientIJHccon1
Ile He Hccon1 could < 1 not UJtgl got t tltenatmmeriaght The name namej namerig j right rig tJ His Hishead Hisl1ead Hishead
head was so 0 big lIe He was was as so hot Iiotburning hotburning
burning
Mother Mot uer = Where was mother 1 1OtJ el Was Wasshe a 1 1she Jshe
she in in the tll fiery i ilerylithe rr lulcb Il e that Elder I lllelY1t Wat Wat1 Wat1son i 1son ison
son had so scared the 1 he Ii little tUe boys 1Jo s with wjt withlie h j
He hadnt h Hhft meant to t he h a L bad boy ho boymother j jmothor jlUotlkr
mother know kn knewshe wsl she e w would ul1 keep kc p him but buthe butlie i Ih
he h was so Sl hotbiurniugl hot burning Water water waterLizzie waterLizzieLizzie fitr i
Lizzie Llzz1eLlzzw Lizzie Brad BI BradIcyLamson IcyLamson Liz Lizzie TIZ1 TIZ1zie
zie Bradley Ia Laiuson I u1iSon nisonJ The fh9Dcq51exed fh9Dcq51exedl 119 perplexed perplexedlook j Ilook
l look < okrl deepened epc c AO toa toa a frown of 0 f pa VHil111t1 VHil111t1trou Paip inland inlandtrouble sanl sanltrouble
trouble trou leHlLJlal lie IIe1iad Jiad Coimd her name nanH andas and andashoiirifNjtl lnll3S
ashoiirifNjtl 3S be heiirifthtl iirin l1m further therftn and further furt further 1Cr from fromQousciousnesshQ fromo frontcourciom
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Iiinbaelti hinf hi 1 baclc to t little nttleboyh boyhOod ot tangling tn talmgliug lgIiug 4 it itwith I Iwith Iwith
with hi his brothers brOnllSbnttlcn brot hebutltiever butuever losing 7 7entirely it it itentirely
entirely entil l again Li Lizzie L zie iTradloyLainson PralleyLlunusou4e nr mjI1m ou oulJe I
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i burning burning hlrnjngmothcr burringmotherLizzie Bother Lizzie Brad BradilerLamsol1 Bradi
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i Oh you ou poor poor oor boy bo i03 + Bring ring g some somewater somewater someLwater
water quick quickDid quickDid
I Did some one apeak or 0 was it itagain itagainlittl itagainthe again againthe
the little littl foolish smile cracked cradc < i the theliuclmd theparched
j parched lips Hp Uo had known mother motherwould mothere motherwould
would conieSUe e always ilwa s did when her103s her herboys her1oY8
boys wore w re hurt even en if they did it itcarelessly itcare itcarelessly
carelessly care I es sJ themselves theunselveshut but hU t she did not notkuow notknow notknow
know how big his head was as or she shewould sl1ewould shewould
would not try to lift i it Oh he was at atthe atthe it itI itthe
I the old spring drinking dl1n1ingdrinl drinhingrlrinkiulie drinking drinkinglie iLl iLlI
HIIc lie must not have h e too much at atonce atoncet11e atoneethe onco oncothe
I the poor boy A warm rain fell upon uponhis uponr uponhid
his r hid ig face the cup 4 np vanished his groping gropingtrembling gropingfrumbling gropingfremblinb
trembling hands could ctml not find it it How Howcould
I could he have e too t O inu much muthhmi 11 when ho was wasburning wn wnhurning tt is isburning s
burning That wasnt fair Ddvie Ddviefhea Ddieth DviOYLea
fhea th l his heads Bfeiff feml IB So O big t tiijifc n hi hieotllditt if6 if6couldnt l lI
I couldnt runThe run runThe runI
I The brute brutetJc the perfect l1err t brute br ut c to goff go goon g goff
on off and leave him like 1iI 1J this thi 4ever 4evereven evcr evcreven ecrt
t even get him water waterj waterus
j j i Was us that father No Tige had i ul not nothu n nothui t
I J1H hu t tvhim hn1 It was the fire firetnll and heed heedless heedless ¬
less S Toewhcre Toe where was the spring spril1 springnun springnunthe and andthe nd ndtIle
the cupx eup UI There Mother cthm was wa bathing bathinghis uathiIl uathiIlhis bathinghis
his burning bmn lg head and face and neck neckhis uecki
j i I his hands han s and arms lms He smiled s Jilecl at It her herand herand
j I and whispered tvhispereiGood Good Go tl and u1l1 again the thewarm thnwarm thewarm
i warm rain dropped droPly d upon him and hisbig his hisbig hisI
big big heavy hen head trams = as lifted and la Laid Itidl1y id idwhy
I why l1y it trust ust bo 1 > 1 the thceoo cool I damp c13111 1 moss mosstibovotho mo mobove immoshlOVO
tibovotho hlOVO bove tIle sprirg sprh It was Wl heavenly heavenly1C
1C it was not n t for the dreadful some somelhirg soI1 n e ei
i j i lhlcgflwt lhirg t ht Lut Jl rt M r sn about HJht Lix7iu Liz ieU ieUj ieISpie Liz Lizj
i j j pie ie 1 IJadkyLariKo all yl rase i 1h ho could COHJ couhlIir Lico Licoi ri riHl = e ei
i i > 1 Tirt Hl rtdieyLai dlCJH lisyLaiiK cr < i tu tuJ Lhw Li LiI
J 1 < i I r tloit cdlt O1t kiov klo k + ot tvita tnt Hrt = uy H ty of 01 us u can Styiirica say saymuch 1 1 1I
I much iirica far ir ourselves our cle Ixjtsncli Let suchi net a lHid lHidlUau sick sickj
j j I I lUau He here lec aloiie l1r for days h1Y lamsnever lamsneverI never nevercome il n l lomonear
come coins omonear near Iriii llii so s busy hustling LUStlill for forthe 101 101t torI
the t he dollars tlollatshut but all 111 the same s ante La L1l1S0 L1l1S0j Iiiusots Iiiusotsa in sons sonsa
j j a brute with lass le s feeling fceliu than a hog hogAnd hogi hogAnd
j i And An < l the thought tho1 ht that Liazied Tizzieclfaugl1 Tizzieclfaugl1I faughl faughlLiJKsie b
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j Dont say that roe ro Harris Cant Cantyon Cantyon
1 yon OU understand Lamson lied lic = JAz JAzzie
zie zieJ zteBrldlc Bradley radleLm Laiuson 1S0n 1S0nOh
Oh never minl mother l ther TIcs too toolight tDOlight
light headed Bead = d yet v t Bat the fever feYCli b cool eoolrug coollug
rug and the tll doctorll doetrli ho hero soon soonLook sQon sQonLook
1 Look ool out S yonder caller B B6ufs lim ufs s got a crowd crowdall cro crowdnil Wd WdIllight
all Illight right Toes To s grain rainIlbe tlin li 11 be in the th stack stackin staekin
in short order rlle and it isnt hurt hu t yet yetnot yetnot retnot
not an atom atom in spite spite of ofTamsons ofTamsonsknow Lanisous Lanisousknow Zfunsousknow
know it itlH all verdict rd1ct rd1ctLizzin
Lizzie Iiz zit Bradie ntl < 1 e Lumson L La1Tsoa1e lSonllC lie was Wl hurt hurtDid hurtDid
Did Ii Lixsio Ji Li ie IJradleyLamson Bia l yTJtm oltno no he heAvoujdnt h hwtthllltwfnd liewottlduituoultln
Avoujdnt wtthllltwfnd wouldnt lt t put lut out ot t his tongue tongueIt ton ne neIt
It was wa jt tOo o stiff and big like like his hi head Iwc1A headAnd
And A 11 < 1 he w wouldnt have 11a e a spoon s1oon in hisumouthY his hismouth hismouth
mouth mouthiHCe umouthYHere
Here young man mmyoll you you take this thiswIIlow thisStvalow
Stvalow wallow it Do ypu Y9 4v u hear Some one onashook on onshook oneshook
shook him slightly with the order and andhe andhe andlie
he swallowed swupowetl and grinned and tU au i1 i lsa said d it itwas itwus
way was Davys cough on h drops and it was wasLizzie wa waLizzie WasLizzie
Lizzie BradleyLamsou Bra l yLamsoll who whowh who made Il1m Il1mthe made madethe
the fire Was Vas that little Sis who wh whocrictl whocrictlout cried criedout crlxlout
out sharply and sobbed Davy Dn y mustnt mustnthurt must1thurt mustnthurt
hurt little Sis He Joe Jo was wnsall all right rightonly rightonhr rightonly
only Lizaic Liz pie
Oh OlI shut s mt up uPi 1 th the e gruff oue one Qll S Sina11de com commanded om ominUllh
inUllh manded d Fin the doctor and I sty siyfor s styfor fy fyfot
for you TjU to drop it i audgo nudbOtotsl to tosleep tosleepThere Sleep p j 1Tltcl
There Tltcl was n mother again with lith the thegouivl thegourd thegourd
gourd gourd from fro l the spring and l1ll1 he drank drankaud rank ranklud
lud drank t drank r nl > till they toolcit to61 it away ay and andthen an anth andtheti
then th nhe ho slid down and nn down and nit out outwhere outwhere
where there was only o lr a I cool quiet quietIlaiiiiejis
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It was yas late the next day n The sun sunlS suntvas
tvas lS sending its level rays across acr ss the thelonl thedoor
door when Joe Harris came alll to himself t
1111 looked look J about with a calm and andgrowing all allgrowing andgrowiii
growing growiii consciousness consciousnessj consciousnessthere
There T there ier was a faroU faroffcl1eery cheery sound ound bf bfbusy otbhSJ oflids3
busy UlJ machines l1ines Through the thQopeu open witdiiw win windowhe winfW ¬
dowhe diiw fW h lie could < ouid see his fields 1 lds swarming swarl swarmingwith illg illgLmcll v vwitltmen
witltmen with Lmcll men and teams The food wagOn wagOnand wagonUHl wagOnand
and eating lting tent to toe e nt stood stoOdblIbYtlroL stoodihack back by the thewell thewellthe well wellthe W I j
the t1chnpotront inlhoctant important cook cookbtistling bustling buistdingovena over ovcrJ a affire ffire ffireHis tiro fmrafiis tiroIIi
His IIi room ioom room was cool and fresh fceaim Flowers Flowersslorxl Flowersslo FlowersStOoil
slorxl slo cl npoai his little Uttlel1fUt hnn1ein tomeuiade ll lde a fablewith fable tableWith fablewith
With tk > doctors < Ctoxs medicine m C Icli glass glassBit grassBithy gIas gIasflit
Bit Bithy by til tilv n ilit t hoatuffic11tout he tudied it out 111d its s s1r
v A 1r r > 1
I I boys and other iievh nei tois jo or frid rl d Sirs SirsBradley MrsI 1lrsBradley
I Bradley herself putting his hh freshly freshlywashed freshlyI freshlywashed
washed shirts upon the Hue Ii ne his eyes eyesfilled ey eyesfilled s sfilIed
I filled and mdhe he murmured a n faint God Goffbless Godbless GOtlI
I bless them themi
i I At the sound there t c was wtst a st stir it by uJ the tliehead theI thehead
I head hea of the > bed and a 1 girl irl with ith anx anxious aIl aIliJ1S anions ¬
ious iJ1S eyes eyesCleaned ejes Cleaned lean leaned d over ore him and touched touchedhis l lforel 1his
his forehead forel with a ashy shy little littlca litheland lithelandIIe hand handHe U UH
He H looked at her a moment then he hemuttered heI hemuttered
muttered feebly quest qUccfio quesfionipgly ioningly lhlgly Lizzie LizzieBradleyLamson LizzieBrndlerLamson LizzieBradleyLamson
I BrndlerLamsonWitIl BradleyLamson BradleyLamsonWith
With a rush of tender t ndCl tea tears rs she laid laiddher laidher
I her warm piik Elie < leek ek against 1 r ailllt alit t iiis his mur muri inurinuring
i inuring coNo No Joe dear no Lizzie LizzieBradley Lizzieradley LizzieBradley
Bradley radley Hartis HartisThe HllrNsThe HartisThe
The Apathy of the Chorus Girl Girlrile GirlThe j jThe
The ambitions of a chorus ebornsgirl girlt glrtas < as s a arule al arule
rule l ule die young oung and as many maui lefusiinesas refuse refuselines refusedines
lines iinesas as accept them the tliein H There was was tas a agirl ngirl agirl
girl one ageof of four sisters istClS who were all alliu uIlin allin
in the the chorus of various ll111 musical icul organIatlons organ organisations orglln orgllni ¬
isations i ati ns One night Jli bt at the Iraud 01era Op Opera 011Lt ¬
era Lt House in New York the soubretteof soubrette soubretteof
of the company COIl1pail was too ill to appear appearand appearsmd appearrnd
and her understudy was was as also lso absent absentrn absentn absentto
rn n his predicament Im li ument the stage manager managerappealed llianager1l managerappealed
appealed 1l lleulcd to this particular parti ulll chorus JorusgIrl JorusgIrlto girl girlto girlto
to go mi on and nut read eacl the lines as well as asshe asle assite
she site le could eoul The girl gilllmidshe KI saidshe id she would not notonly noton notonly
only on read rca < ltle the lines but could ould sing the thesongs them thesongs
songs m s as well w I all of which v Bich she sl1edid did and anddid andIUc1 andlu1
did IUc1 lu1 with CrrnfiiltIIncc nn1ic1 mlidouca ne iiil an ability a ability iIit ana anafor and nndrOl andfur
for the first n rt t t lime iine 1C in i her life nf hud a spot spotIght spoti spottitt =
Ight i titt llt follow folIo her hN1 ter about hout the stage and andhoard findhe andItearl
hoard he ldw1n waves s of oftlplnnse applause rush over the thefoofHglsts th thfOQtights thefootlight
footlight which were elH intended for forhcr forhcrl her herand herand
and l t her only Ol Aller Htl I it was all over overshe OClslle aver1e
she 1e said 81 qi quite ice casually lmaHJ to the IO admiring admiringthrong lmirin tllnirinthrong lmirinth
throng th Oll that UiltstHloUluled ti unt surrounded her herThmes herThmesuothilg Theres Theresnothtug Theresuotting
uotting nothtug in it girls gill Ive been a chorus chorusgirl ehoi8irl hornsgirl
girl irl tight t igl1t JeftlsJJtt years but imtoo Im too old to he a aprincipal aprixcipalr l lIH
principal IH prixcipalr prixcipalrI neiI > ai I hope h pe itll never never happen happenagain hnpieuLgaih haP1 en enigaiiL
again = From l rom Behind flue Scenes S encs encsCllfillcelmont by
Charles Cllfillcelmont Belmont Davis in iJ Outing
Magazine
i Scotch Bulls BullsTwo BullsTWQSc3tcluucn BullsTwo
Two TWQSc3tcluucn Scotchmen were discussing lJi cnssll1g the therelative therclatiY therelative
relative merits of churchyards < 1ml 11 nr s and andcemeteries nulcemeteries aidcemeteries
cemeteries when one of them them boldly boldlyexpressed boldlyQXlesse boldlyexpressCd
expressed his aversion nclsi l1 to the hitter hitterburial lattcr1uliLI latterburial
burial places pln es in the thercmnrl lie remark reumar k Id raith raither raither raither
er er no dee ava 1 than be buried in sic sicplace a aplace aplacc
place To which hieh his Iii companion colnlanioliretort colnlanioliretorted retort retorted ret vt vtcd ¬
ed Woel Y el if if Im spared in life an anhealth allhe3Ith anhealth
health Ill I 11 gang natnvhere else elseA elseA elseA
A Nobel Excmele Exattiple
Theres There Teddy T d gets made president presidentfor presillmitor
for or foightin f ightiJl and 1l then hes aginit t and andjets an andgets < 11
gets jets 40100Oh 40000 400000h I
0h the luck I av bint hiniNews hini Kew Torii ToriiHerald tri
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TookHer Tooti Took Viler I r Part Partw 1 IxrtllammnYou rt I IIammn
w llammnYou Iamma You must Il1ujtalwn always s remem rememoer lememb rememher
b her oer r to take taI e your our little sister sisters part partTommy paltomrny art artron
Tommy ron omrny ny Small Lllnn Tommy TommyI I do o T I togdTier t took tookher < WI WIi
her Tier i part of 0 the cake nlce not live n ve minutes minutesago iniiiutesagoChicago llit ut s sa
agoChicago ago a Chicago > News News43Iy NewsOrtgixa3 ws wsOrrKill
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< 43Iy ii wifeJs wifel re1 S amostoriginal 1 most origiual wotiian wotiiansaid woniau woniausaid W lan I
said Brown Bl > wn Why when t I Pr proposcfl proposcflto proposc proposctt b5et1 b5et1to 1
to tt her instead insfe1or Of sayiiig S1Yi1Jg This rhi lssQ is is so sou1Vd so soauddeji j jsud
auddeji sud u1Vd rn n she sh said Well Weil T Ithhlk I think itshtit its i iJo
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The Man Ma with Wtth the Wcotien Wcadcnyoung VCod ni Rt RtA fii fiiA tI tIoung
A A young oung Scotsman was showa shaJaili shctwaih 2aS 2aStbo
tbo ili h office of a l great great engineer at airy airyniinbgham t Bs Bsmingliara Er ErmingIia
mingliara mingIia m He Ivas > vas as wearing wearil1 b bextraordinary a n nxtraor lat < Sk Skbxtraordiuaiy
extraordinary xtraor iualJ shape and at his hisI cer cerousness ce ceI V V
I ousuess at It meeting ucetia the Ull 111 man of ol CameJ CameJlet fame ii I I Ilet
1 let the hat slip It fell f lL with a t iioUasp iioUaspthud ilo1lt ilo1ltI Itol rt rtthud
I thud upon the tlJ Loor 11 0 or Tile engineer iyfr iyfrcd l li z zi
i I ed with astonishment stouj hment at the thing thil thilrowner thing1owner Tfc Tfcowner
rowner owner picked rt up uptln and apologized iPOIOlz iPOIOlzhad i fear fearthe fLrthe
the noise it had caused 1t 1tclod was wasppd d d9RH
clod ppd he explained He rreJrl1 had rriiacfis rna1 rna1lth 1n5t tt ttt s shinjse
t hinjse h lth nJs s 1 lf f turning tUrnin It t with his hisf f4tli f4tlwr ther therI + rs rsi
j I lathe Intl1 lathe The engineer e gine thought tha thattb thattbmust thatthzri Gwa Gwamust t tr
r must be something some lillg in a 1 uiauwhsca muu wl1 whii t 11 11Il1inl 5H 5Hj f fI
I j mink out mt and make such ar iqii iqiithis V tiling Jkl as asj iZ t
II
j j this this IIe He forthwith engaged ljiKiiaj ljiKiiajaii tliE1f IJtiti li liall t ti
i aii a all eye upon him and gave huff liiinw IthnWf1 IthnWf1f wor worof t tof
of of tesponsibili tesponsibility es onsibi1Jty ty The engineer cnghh engineerBoulton t tDonlton was wasBbulton °
f Bbulton the new l1 W man William 5Iai 5Iaidock 3r 3rd 5Irld0ck >
dock d < k The man with the fhewosden the theI theWOG I coSt t Ten n nI lri lritvas s swaVscnt
I waVscnt tvas ikscnt sent away away to Cornwall and7lMsb and7lMsbhe 1111w lntlwhi a ahe
1 he herelutned returned it vas as to light up UI u i J ism israa israaj s
j I tePs te ts premises premises T emises with gas gaswhich ns riTitt rrHID1i4l rrHID1i4lI mB
j I which first practically pm aetically applied V the tl e chid chidgas < 3t 3tgas i ii
i gas gast gas to the rmt purpose 1 1I dose of lightingliv Iig libghtin tin Y Iir i l k kI l lj i
I side sidetl1nt that wooden hat St Jamfis1 Jamfis1zette JtnmsQL JtnmsQLI 44 44zette
I zette zettej I zette w wI wGood
j Good Manners MannersA
A A A friend of yours yours OUls aud riuclmi au 1 mine l lias 1a5 Tfer TferI ce cei i
I i justly defined good breeding to t be t tresult heI fcs fcsresult °
I result of much good sense some somenature somen somenat
nature n nat ture tlre and a little self denial denialrut for fcrsaleof forj fJa
r j sake sal saleof e of others others and with n a view Y ewtIJ t ttain ts tstamii
I tain the same same indulgence indulgencefcom from hen tbeax tbeaxTaking thema themaI i
I Taking this for granted grantedus as s I tblBfcS tblBfcSj tl1i tl1iJ
j cannot be 1 > e disputed disputedi il is nston astonislilI astonlsklo s1 l1 Ib IbI tfe tfej
I me that anybody all o y who has good goodIZS goodIZSand oo ooI sassa sassaand
I and V good nature nature can essential essentially t tin feuJ feuJin
in good go d breeding breedilig As to the inches lU Q Qit QIt t tit
it indeed indeed they vary according fc t1SOIlS tip tipsoils > pec pecsons
SOIlS places all and d circumstances aivl an r ronly a aonly t tI 9
I only to be acquired by b y observatioa obsert ativa a sua suaexperience mtll mtllI ti
a
experience but the substance subs tan Ct of it iteelywhelc 8s 8severywhere r reverywhere
I everywhere and eternally eternall the tb tbGood s sGood S2zn < 3 3Good
Good manners are to particular paUcuI1ttes sue suetie seSi seSities >
ties tie s what good goOtlmol morals ls are re to t so sod sozltr ijr tlageneraltheir 1st 1stgeneral l lge
general ge generaltheir eraltbeir their cdmeut c ment and andv andseecEeitSr v seecEeitSr Sc secari secariAnd url urlAnd
And as laws are enacted < l togoou to cnfujoa cnfujoagoou enr1n enr1ngoou
goou morals moras or at least to prev prevent it tk the thiJill theill j jill
ill effects of bad ones so there a atale u utain xrc < 3ee 3eetain
tain rules of civility universally universallpplied ulllyersllwplierl Ss Ssplied
plied and received received to enforce enforcemanners enforcemaimers s oaC oaCmanners
manners and punish l ullish bad onesterfield ones oncsI QjQSr QjQSrterfleld
terfleld terfleldJ
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J I Made For Fat Wen > S SOne j °
One of the narrow arches arehesitt ill ll the tlseTsalh tlseTsalhlery t gth gthlevy i ilmy
levy of the chapel at Columbia CoIumhtlnUi CoIumhtlnUisit Columbia to mxivep mxivepsity g gcity
city sit is not exactly extlct symmetrical sit sitthough 3 3I t tthough
I though the defect is not 1 i of 1loticeaale noticeabfcfe noticeabfcfethe notI eabl eablthe t r rthe
the casual observer The Th reason reaso f t tthe Lfthe er erthe
the widening of the arch after artelts its ts1 ts1iual artgr artgriual Q Qinni
iual construction construction had rise in n ssaaj ssaajwhat sQlXli sQlXliwliat soai ii iiwhat
what what humorous occurrence occurrence + tJoa tJoathe t > h < if t tthe V Vthe
the early visitors isitols was arcmarls a iemarla1j13 iemarla1j13man remarkaltl remarkaltlman 9 9man
t tthe
man who found fom l himself wedge rcdged edge + i Inm Inmthe ininthe intt
the arch when he tried to S pZoo2 pZoo21hrougl1 aeetB aeetBthrough nt n nthrough
through and 1d was extricated with sarass sarassdifficulty swig snnidimcuH swigdifficulty
difficulty dimcuH The builders recognizing rccogalzlasthe recognizingthe co cotIle
the possibility of other fat Ipeopl Ipeoplhug i eopleifeb eopleifebing eople eopleill
hug ill lumbered lumbered among the fntnrb n loo looitOls vis visitors c citors ¬
itors decided to widen the nrch tlrdtrificingsymmctlY trc trcrificing sac sacrificing ¬
rificing rificingsymmctlY symmetry and un liarmony liarmonypractical 1mrmo llarnmilpractical i7 i7practical
practical need as the pier was eras erasstrncted 150 150structed CJSL CJSLstructcd
structcd as to bear no loss lo loss sl ni niOli pt > OSfe OSfeon dt dtll
on ll one of its sides sidesKewYork sidesNew New York York G1 Glsfceu GlsfceuCaribou Glt Gltr GltC1ribou ii iiCaribou
r
Caribou Hbrnc HbrruNot HbrncNot HbrnNot
Not one e o out it of every orer ten tmi female tem I Ibou cso csobou caxi i
bou has horns When th they y do l lthem te bJ bJI w wthem
them tlC they arc are muelismnller much I1Ju h smaller S I9wlcl jfe tom tomthose 33i 33ithose
I those of the bull The horns horns hornsfemale vj Of Offemale tfesr tfesrfemale
female have ho However weaver In general genera11110re TDKSW TDKSWmore 17 17unore
1110re more branches than thnn those of tht flis th e fcaJS fcaJSand b banll i iand
and they are much more regularly regularatn a afinely ssiut ssiutfinely
i II finely formed formed The cows ctinyifSBfe ctinyifSBfehorns cart t thorns k khorns
horns much longer than thetrnU8 the tarils tarilsThey trula trulaThey
I They have ha c been seen with their bs toms tomsj tsnss tsnssin n z zdui
j in the month of April The alv oM traits traitsshed bail bnUf bailsited
f shed their horns l1orl1s from the 10th tas tlra tlralast fu fulast tl tllast
last of November They hardly ti c ccarry ec eccarry t
I carry 3 them themnfter after the mouth ot Koxct Koxcther NO A Y r C1n C1nhm +
her The y young mig bulls shed lbnirsthe theirs traito traitoi
i 1 the first of December UOr until the sclddlo tcFdi t to11eluuuy
j I o11eluuuy of orFehrUIIY February The younger ounge tk tkthe tBa t 1 asSiKaK asSiKaKthe a ty
the longer he he retains his s horns horusMountain hornsr
I I II Mountain Mou = ain of r the Sacred Foolpntfc FoolpntfcAdams Foop 1 = ootpit l L Ltldanf
Adams Adan s peak p > ak or orl1oul1t Mount SammaSt SammaStrugged 8 Samauntt Samaunttrugged mlut t trugged
I rugged mountain mouutn n in the island islan of riffIon aflou Osj FS
Ion is known throughout the orient orientals orientalsthe ri rithe
I the Mountain of the Sacred SacL d Foot Foafcpriut Footprint hitprint > 1
print In a flat rocky basin at tlna tlnafoot t tCoot A k kfoot
foot of this this mountain in i stoue as bat hut hutas l las 1 1as
as blue granite granitethere there is is the perfect pcrt Ct im imprint imIJrint in inprint ¬
print of a gigantic human foot fO five fireatKI fireatKIonehalf fvea awl awlonehalf r ronehtlf
onehalf feet long by two mu aud aUll4jl1 vne oueAaiC oueAaiCfeet b hal halfeet t tfeet
feet wide wid Tho Ceylonese Ce lontse Brahmnas Brahmuuishave Brahmnashave Itra mnnq mnnq11lye
have a legend to the effect tbatth that thatt tbe imtprint Im Imprint m mprillt >
print was made by Adam our first firsts jmrt jmrtent
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lent cut but the Buddhists declare declarcth th4t tlir tU tUcould trhcould IS IScould
could have ha e been made byno bYll byutbi2o one nej feat featBuddha ii Qr QrBuddha > s sB11dllha
Buddha i iWater
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sure Yurc that only special qualities lot O f cyst cystiron < is isiron st stt
t iron will be tight against u agaiust1tt ainstlt It tot tJr Ova Ovaearly li lida I Iearly
early days da s of the hydraulic jack jac 1ta il it WAS WASno l l lno
no uncommon utlmcomniour thing thin + fO < o see the the xra m watt watt15C11iIlh t c cissuing
issuing g like I a fine noodle ne > l1e through fh tl tlmetal th < 6
i i metal and and an d the water nfcedlerwojp nr ufedlc UeiWn acoati t tpenetrate
I penetrate the unwary finger fiug r Jj3stfast Jj3stfastreadily < Zustr R l i iregally
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readily as a l steel teel one olleCash one oneCash t tCash
Cash or CreditWomen Credit CreditWomen Creditromen
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tlior should men Cash is the C cutr cn ur i
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time for six or twelve months t Aa Aamany adki mit J a ammIs
many m y a lady would wquId have ht e to likJorav likJoravtr n he 10 10Ifut irr ° t tlint
Ifut lint in ill the end ti m ye < e n would ould n get gett g t ooili
tr t age 1 e and un our money moneym and < l site sh wo w wolthlt4 wolthlt4net 1 l °
net ther her dress and at far less ccsd cr crLondon c
London J un dog on Opinion Opini OpinionThe n o K KThe
The Vice Vi ce Presidency PresidencyIts v
Its sthrange about th vie v1 pri pridincy 1liS 1liSdiI TiSI I
diI dincy cy said Mr r Dooley Doole ThJ T TlftiTs TlftiTsdiary > jrls jrlsdincy > r ri <
diary i cy is th t l highest office in intb Qi OgJE OgJEiv ft t tiv 1
iv th people Th vice ce prdsidxn prisidimls prisidimlsth prisidinuv prisidinuvth 4 43 43th > y
th nex highest higl1 st an th lowest It Ith 1st1i 1st1ia IS zt zta t1 t1a
a crime exactly eXt ctlJ Ya cant bo slut It Itjail X Xjail tm tmjai
jail fr it itbit but its a kind Iv lt a dlsgi dIsgriceb dIsgriceblSSeltatJons dis r1ce r1ceDissertations iceC iceCDissertations
Dissertations by Mr Doolcy DoolcyHis Doolc t tHis
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If 3 rOU otm i havcji ba haven e 1In last la l tTcQt request est tl tlxi tl tlwill coat coatwill c tt ttwill
will be glad latl l q to tograrif grant it Barlwrvt Barlwrvtshould BtrlOt1osshonl Barb Barbshould
should liketoslrat like to tosllave shave tlx the prosecuti proSec prosecuting ting s tut tuttorlie tr trtoriiey t c
toriiey tO torlie ietrnftich 3 YMnriicll Mnjijch J Jugeud JugeudTo fli gCful entl entlTo
To 10 IH iiblo to have b the the things fhtegsrwant tJJugg3Hf vr vrwstit
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