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THE WASHINGTON W POST TUESDAY TUESDAY OCTOBER 9 1900
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vn ebt e S b r i Mother Me tr vM they t Mffht Mffhtt tkt tktI It Itr
t it addug r ni iblM with wU LnUfts lU Voice Vo The TbeJUrtiii Tle Tletlt Theahhiv
ahhiv JUrtiii tbout tlt s te to toJ 1e roeoav roeoavssssjji reeoMuIs1
ssssjji uIs1 < KOlnnc J Xflil th U Krr I wbflo wlo < th theF R5 R5thsu
a < thsu n t H I evcfct t to t h I bt P Pw Hd Hd9n
9n t what w L III IAUIWI a i Xo Mother OChC KMant ffilaMttbM at was wastie wasd
d tbM tie UKfe tt ght h < t have ln It C ct CultIvatd ttlvatd by bya b ba hiProEh
a PnnMSwr f ProEh h he felt tl that tlt Lirtte ltl LUU bad b a aQsiwr ae
e Qsiwr ar awaJttav wsfttu her I and a mlrht t travel t with 1th 1thd
1 i IocaUet d JNMM ue d dJ y and an hare 11 her herjtnn hertws
jtnn tws th 0 the Programme ProgrammeUMwa Pre PrehUMr
UMwa FMhr did 4 not Dt Warm Wa Up to t I tb tbMMto tM tMHe theH
MMto H He waa w rather rtJ Xar wb wl < tt ttmsM
msM to ° frtrollNc tll tryoI away war tb ti the NaOWttl XaIJD atJ Bank BankUthojraalra UaDkbt UankUthe
Uthojraalra Uthe phs but bt Psbaw Pabw Tb T A AJatt AJattk AMUtC AMUtCk t tmaiar
maiar kww k what wlt baa hpe in h any aD Paw Pawlly v F Fa
I a lly when I Mother Motr M ad tb the Only Oy Child Cil pct pelUKtr pt ptd pcttheir
their d H t Tfrsda 4s toctber te < to t whl wlJW h3pw MW th ti the Pncer Pn
4 cer er Owdax p y they tl sbouJd ihOvIdfd bowld < red him Into Intoa
a Corner 0 and extorted a Promto Prom Pr ° nb ani anitMftiII nl nlIkrpon i ithropon
thropon ft Lull lAcs auurted to 1 Take TakeM Ta TaIat Tktheught
M b heught hc a red feather r Cylinder mark marki MArkIIi
IIi e i MMic uik s aD that P People oHe would not UJce UJceH ukeIt tkeIt
It to be Lmcb B Eyr vry ry MenUn Meriting erniac about bOut 3 3ecJock JweaJ4 3iek
ecJock iek she M w weaJ4 uld ld WT Moa wave ye th to Ho HCNHwork ework to tooat toODe to0Ss
oat rid uJ XmI d t tear r for a Troil TroIlH TrOIIY TrOIIYHer y yHer
Her H L L4HW Lteo ojjg c COIft i tb tJM Family about aboutTw alJouti aboutwaty
Tw waty ty O feIIU l A Minute Iftu She took them themM themBaUd1ac themte
M a tow BBttduw UdI full er f v Vocal oeal i swdiot swdiotIope tdIo dto dtop
Iope p 1 wb WM aat tet t Know UHCI M d to Mop aid aldaad aidUsta d dItstoa
Itstoa and thMc tW It t wa was a Surgical Insu Insulate IaUtltte Inatltete ¬
late Tb TWe e were wv rnMRh 8opr 1opca1 nl in thl thloa thlR thlROM ibta0S
oa OM Plant Iit to t ke keep Maurice aa Grau stocked stockedKB Mockedp tock tocktor
KB p l for r aOswtury a OMtUI7 tury veryoee rerroii ery OAe thought that thatMb thatPar thatshe
she Mb w waz th the particular Par eDlar On ODe Oi who sooner > or orlater orlater orkter
later Would W send Melbft eJb heck to Australia Australiaaad AaatraHaaM Australiaslid
slid 4rtre Smbrlcb mbdcb into tub the Continuous ContinuousAnd ContinuousAM ContinuousAd
And Lotle was about as Nifty ttty as the next nextone nextWHIi nextWhen
one oneWhen When she to w was at t Home she would suck suckabout nuckLCs3 ud udI
I LCs3 ud com complain 1aJn about th the Draughts DraughtsOirte DraughtsJi DVghtSkSd
Ji kSd II 11 wbT a sIe dldat like the Other OtherGhlV
Oirte 01 Vftto V VMces 8h 1M began to act Ilk like a aPrim aPrt aPrt
Prim Prt Donna and her Mother other was el encotirM elf eleoura
f eoura cotirM d a Lot I Lutle iti certainly rtalnJy had the theArtistic theArdstJc theArtitIc
Artistic TmBram Temperament nt bigger than a aChurch aClaurek aChurch
Church Dbt DbtXow DtttLNow DsbtXow
Xow befor Won Lutie started In to flo floTt 40TIiIa lo loTnino
Tt TIiIa Tnino t Ie her Voice oIe she lIe occasionally Held HeldHands HeldHands HeldHands
Hands with a youn young < maa In the Insurance InsuranceBuslSMW IMuranceBust InsuranceBuilaim
BuslSMW Bust named Oliver Tbltt Thl young oung man manthought maJat ma maihsubt
thought at that Lutie was wa All the Eggs and andPftvA andreplded andSIN
SIN replded hint U her Permannt Car CarP CarFt
PftvA Ft But when Lutie began be n to hnn hnnaround hnnlr hnnlrtile hnUatsuisd
around the Studios she he e took up with the theMiMfeal theUllleaJ he heMSIkaI
MiMfeal UllleaJ set that couldnt talk about any anythtay anyt anyixept
thtay t m lexcent JK Technique TecbJ Clge aRC d Shading and andhow aadItow and100w
how to fasten tbe Vibrato Vibrato on the Cheat CheatT ChntT CheutToe
T Toe She becan to till up the Parlor Parlorwith ParlorwlU paorWith
with her New Friend and the first thing thingOHvtr thin thinI thingOliver I
Oliver 0 knew h he WM U in tbe Side Pocket Pocketami Pock Poektit t I
ami lid out ebtof of the Game In his own Line he hewas heWIIa hewas
was tut a Neat t and Easy Running Runnln as a Red RedRtt Rtdn fledBgy
Rtt n ay y but tt when you OU started him on the theT theTepie j jof
T Tepie 4c of Mweto 11 1o h he was about ae light and and9pedy andSpeectJ and9psedy
9pedy as a Steam Roller > Ordinarily OrdinArii he hekWetr hekWew
hcw how to behave in a Flat and with a ItIfOOd agood
good Feeder to work back at him he could couldtalk
talk about Shows and Football Games and andTIt andTbkii
Tbtacs TIt to Rat but when any an one tried triedtw tnedto triedI
tw I draw him out on the elastics he was I Ian
an Ossified Oul ed Dummy When Lutie and h hr hrUIiea1 hrMvsIcaI r rMusical
Musical UIiea1 Acquaintances J told about Shopan Shopanand SftopitnaM Shoptnand
and liatevcn he would ould sit so o Quiet that thatsometimes thatIIOfIIOtJrnft thatsoinotimes
sometimes he would get Numb below the theHip t e eHI
Hip HI Hips He 1I was u afraid to move his Feet Feetfor F Feetor t tfor
for or fear some one would ould notice that hewas he hewas hewu1ltJ1l
was wu1ltJ1l still In the Room and ask him how howh i iHuld
h 144 Itfcfld IIfd Fugue Fu ue No o 11 by b Bock He bad badDer budnever
never heard of any an of these People be bec beeffuse i iaDt
c effuse e they did not carry any an Tontine TontinePolicies TontinePott TontinePoti1ia
Policies Pott with his Company CompanyOliver COntpuOIlnr CompanyOher
Oliver saw M that he would have to toScratch toSeratek toSeratek
Seratek the Musical Set or else Read Up UpM UPi UpkO
M he changed tan his Route He canceled canceledall caneeledU neele neeleu <
all u Time e with Ith Lutle and made other Book BookIng BookInp BookLutIe
Ing Inp
IngLull
LutIe Lull thenohoosa then oboo8 i for her Steady Sted a ayoung aJftUag ayoung
young Man with Hair who played the theCello theCello theCeflo
Cello He H was so Wrapped Up In his hisAf 1ti 1tiAft 1
Af Aft that he acted Dopey most of the j J
Time Tit and often forgot to send out the theLaundry theLaundry
Laundry Bag so as to get et it back the thesame thesame thename I
same Week Furthermore he didnt get getto getto getto
to the th Suds any too often He never saw sawmore sawmore sawmore
more than Six Dollars at any one time in inbis Inhili InbI
bis bI Life but when he snuggled up along alongside alongiIde alongside ¬
side of a Cello and began to tease the
ucttinc ettlng In Her Work Worklong orle orleJon
long Jon plaintive I lntle Notes out of It you could couldfeet couJdtHi I
feet that he had a soul for Music Lutie Lutiethought LuUeth LuLl f
thought th he was wa Great but what Luties Lutiesfather Lutlestath LutIe S Sfather
father < thought of him could never get getpast getput ge t tliast
past the Censor CensorLuttes C ftlior ftliorIatle
Luttes Iatle s Father FJHh r regarded the Musjcal MusjcalSt Mutlenl8M MualenSet j
St an a aPua Puny Bunch lie began to think thinkthat thinkthat
that In making akl any an Outlay for Luties LutiesVocal LutlesVocal Lutle thiniS S
Vocal Training Tralnln he had bought a Gold GoldBrick GoldIktCk
Brick When WJl a h be first consented his hi Hope Hopewas Hopewaa C
was that after she he had Practiced for forabout torIlMat fo r
about on one Term T rm she be would be able to sit situp sitUlt at t
up to the Instrument alone In the Dusk Duskbefore DUlkbetore
before bor the I Lamp amp were lit and sing
Whn IteM th the Com te Waving Wayt VavIn Annie Dear DearOn DearOae
On 0 Oae Sweetly Solemn Thought or else elseJitanita ehleJuaatta ets etsJuanita
Jitanita These Ih e ware the Songs linked linkedin linkedIn linke
in hte hi Memory lMMOr with some Purple Even EvenIng EnnInp
Inp Ing In th the Happy Uapp Long < Ago He knew knewthey knowt kites
they t w were ere r Chetnul and hud been Called Caila CailaIn
In Ia but they the suited uit d him and he thought thoughtthat t
that tI that as a he had Put Up for Luties Lea Lessons LNhe ¬
sons 012 he ought ou < ht to have some otne kind of a aItua amaU j
Small maU Run For or his Money Mon MonJAtl
Would Latin JAtl stag 1 such uch Trash Not she slu f
8 Sb bs w was looking for difficult Arkta from fromth frot n
th 1M Italian I and
she found many a one onethat onetbat on onthat
that wa wU diittcult to Sing and probably probablyraw protkiblyJOON probabi ytoo y
raw JOON too dJMcutt t to Listen Lilt To The Voice Voiceto VoIc e
bgft heit to be b Erratic rraztc also When Father Fatherwattled r rwacted
wattled Led to sit t by the t Students Lamp and andrad andJd an 4 ° J
rad 4d eta 8crlboer Scribarra rtbneYi that was U Just when whe hn n
Lutta LutI I wanted lo hammer the Piano and an d
do bar MrwlluJe whole Rci R keiiertoirt 1ertolr < > ertolre But when hen they th the y y
really wanted led ber to slntf befor before Com Comlaw Comrua7 5 5raay
rua7 law It was w like pulling Teeth She would wool 4 4iisg a
hang iisg back and hav have V to b M Coaxed Co < xed If Ifsh Ithave if ifshe444nI f
she444nI sh didnt have a Bore o Throat then the tI t
Plate I Ila a wa w wee OM of Tun Tune or ebe sh she had Its d
> J left ft her Xotat Xot at a tb the Studio or maybe maybeKb mayl te teale
Kb ale Just couldnt stag I without an Accoin AccoinItanist ACCOInBat t tpanMt J
Itanist Bat after aft they tJw had Pleaded hard hardenough bardtaod haz d deswoih
enough and everybody taod was wa mbarraas barraQfoJ barraQfoJand Kl Kland 4 1 1and
and 1iOI wry rry tb they y bad come she beould beoulduat would wouldflauator weal Id Iduater j
flauator uat uater toward arel tb the Piano timidly and andsort aDelItOrt an ansort H
sort of trtftt with it for awhile aMoI and andtbest say as y
they would hav have to mah Make aliowancea aliowanceaand aUowaftCeaan aUoa a aand t
and < thin ah she would Id Cut = t Loo LOOM and worry won wonLb y
th U whole Block Blockft Blockc7 Iflockih
ft ComcMuiy would sit > tber there weartog wtnlr ig
tb tI the Partor Fac he Yace and after she R IIUt H Htbronth t tthreu
tbronth U threu tbr lb would OUW com COtItIl To and tell her herhow h4trCood hi hiho
how ho Good ah 1M waa waate wmaPh
Ph te made many 1 r f these Drawing Dntw DntwJeoo Drewn K
Itoom Hit Hits with tit the Friends da ot th Ut9 Fan FamUf 1KmtMt I i
Uf II that that was w no Holding her herL414 Sto StoW1H4 SttWlau t It
W1H4 hr IMr8IU if as a a Nlghttogak Nllfh DPk Often a h hvo4nator4 I a
vo4nator4 01 her Snries rv1oIe at Soir Soirees es an anCtoto aNa aNaCt anCtb Id IId a
Ctoto BoUfoUnmenu tsfsasisenIs D and m nowhere wh r did she sheM lobowWt at to tosliM s
sliM M t wltk a Tro or True Friand to take her aside asideand ask aaldfU1CI Iv Ivend
and tH II her that her vole y yelca was all right rightIf rllbtIt rigI It Itif > t
If abe wouldnt try ry to sing with It ItNw It1u ItLbtia
Nw Lulle n nllV never ver r g ct t out ut of her L 1Jrt rtam U1 n
nattt 1IIft she mads mae a boW Sashay with a Con Concert Concert
cert c t Company It was her Prefesrtenal PrefesrtenalDdML Pr tesefenatoINt I
DdML Father fixed It up for her He HeBribed HeDrtW H HDilbed I
Bribed th the e Manager ManagerTbe 1Iana ManagerTb or orTile
Tile Tb Idea of t anybody paying Good Man Maney Meny Ien Ieney
ey e y to bear r Latle ttag a4n DC struck Father asW a abtgag
boiag W almost good enough to Print Bat Bvthe nte Batbe
he kj knew w that she wouldnt be Happy un until unI endl ¬
I til sb she Iae got itand she Got It right where wherefth w wherEhe ere eret
f fth the t he Newport Lady Lad wears > fIlUS the Rope of ofPearls otIs 01 01Pearls
Pearls PearlsOa IsOa PearlsOn
Oa the First F1 t Night Ight the mean oW Crtt Crtttes Crttlei Cnitea
lei l ea who didat know Father or Mother Motherand Motherand tothfalld
and had never be been n entertained at the theHouse theHoue
UkI
House h ouse cam eame and got In the front fORt row and andoXUd andddIed an an6efled I
oXUd Lutie to come on and Make lake Good GoodNext GoOf1Next
GoodI
Next morning they said that Lutie had hadBlowHole hadBlowUolfll ha I
BlowHole In her voice that she 8 hit the thekey thek tht f
key k only once during dun g tbe Agony A < on and tlwn tlwnell tM tMftl1 thefell 1
fell ell off ol backward that she was a Ham Hamand Hamand Hamand
and her h r Dress didnt fit her and she Jack ack
Ill ha JlnmUlieel Hammer
ed El Stage Presence They The expressed Sur SurI
prise that she should be attempting to toSing t 0 J
I Sing when any an Girl of Average Intelli InteUlgenee I
gence could learn to pound a TypeWriter TypeYrUerIn r
In four Weeks eeks They wanted to Know ImoWI keai v y
keaiI
I who was responsible for or her Appearance Appearanceand Appearanceand I
and said it was a Shame to String the thee
I Jay Amateurs AmateursLutie AmateursIuUe AmateursLutle
Lutie read the Criticisms and went Into intoa lot 0 r >
a Nervous Collapse Her Mother was all a U J
j Wrought Up and said somebody ought to togo 0
go and kill the Editors Father Fath r bore it Itgriml I L p
grimly griml Before Lutle was Convalescent ConvaJescenthe It 1
he had all the difficult Italian Arias cart carted
ed out of the House The Cello Cell Player PI Flax pr prcalled r
called one day and he was as given tmInut minuts minutsI a s
to get out of the Ward WardBy
By the time Oliver looked in again again Lutie LutJewas LuLl I e
was good and ready read 3 to pay P 3 some Atten ttenlion I
lion to him She Is now doing a few quiot quis it
Vocalizations for or her Intimate Friend FriendWhen FriendWhen 3
When some one who has not heard tells tell tellher L Lher
her that she he has Nordlca ordlca stopped and that thatshe thatshe th Lt Ltshe t
she Is good enough to go out In Opera Operashe Operashe t tshe i
she asks some one to open a Window and an d
let in the Cool Air AirMORAL AirORALWhen AirtORALWhen
MORAL tORALWhen ORALWhen When In Doubt Doubt try It on the t LO e
BoxOffice BoxOfficeOwrlgkt BoxOffilerfglllt BoxOfficeteyrJgt
Owrlgkt rfglllt hoe by b Robert Howard howardRuselL Russell RussellSMALL
RUin RUinSMALL
SMALL HONORS MEN MENIIo MENlion
IIo lion v IWeiciiers Discover
Whether helher n Vis l lIror I i
liar Is Ii nn EIIlIl1blnnD EIIlIl1blnnDFrom
From LeMon u Truth TruthThe
The peril of the themoment moment are the Small Sma U
Honors mt men > n When hen Artemus Ward was w I a a
in London he had
the
following conver conversation r r
sation with the landlord of the Inn at it
which he was staying
4 Is the strange beIng an American
4 He Is IsA IsA
I A general generalNo generalfNo
No fNoA
4A A colonel oolonelf
f No1 Xo XoA
g A major majorNot
Not a a major majorA
1 A captain captainHe t tHe
H He Is not notXot
I Not even thav Vffcji lf 1hendensihly ndeC1Sh decislvfcly Jyh he ire
is not an American AmericanOn
On the continent they now employ a asimilar asimilar asimilar
similar process pro celis to discover whether a
visitor Ialtor is an Englishman EnglishmanIs
Is the stranger a K C B BNo
No NoIs NoIs NoIs
Is he a K K C S I
No 10Is
Is he a K K C I E EHe EHe
He is not notIs
Is he a K K C V O Oo OIs 0No
No o
Is he a K K C M G GHe GHe
He Is not notNot notXot notNot
Not evena even a K K C M G Then he is
certainly not an Englishman
It is the object of ali governments to
make the people believe that those who wJ ho 1O
are in authority arc capable and distin distI n ¬
guished men and therefore now that th at
we have less great men than ever before bcfc re
In our history his tor the small ones one are made mad ma ae
artiflcally artificaJl important by having promiscu iu ¬
ous letters added to their
names It Is Isn
a Ing n curious contrast to this that the lead lea tl 1
members of the House of Commons Comma is
refuse to accept such honors It Is fully fu Ily
of time alphabetical > that Lith the Jromlscuous rromlseuous distribution distributi 3n
distinctions
and the man manbe ma in
ufacture or spurious celebrities should shot rid Id
be b e stopped 5top d The Great Little Uttle
thu thuLat1F the t he Lat1F Later Vlct Victorian ° rian Period Is Men a leJl title ti tie of le
which hich
w will certainly one da
day be utilized utlltz ed
by b y some gossipy go sjP3 historian historianHow historianlIow historianlion
How Indiso la j UiiUed Unl itnicedrom cI cIFrom
From F rom IVareoas Magazine MagazineIfdlgo MagazineIrdigo > IagulneLdlgo
Ifdlgo the most
beautiful
and expen expE tn n
sive s ive of all dyes in common
use has
over e rer er
been b een closely related to India
as its nai
name 116
implies Irpll I s From India the ancient Greeks Gree ks
and a nd Romans drew supplies sUppl
s of the blue hi lue uc
if 10 d ye and an1 although n1 l it It was t tduring lent to Europe Eurc pe
during d uring the greater part of the middle mid Ie
aces a gea enormous quantities
have been Im 1 m m
ported p orted for commercial
purposes the last ii tat lat
hundred years yearsInuigo yearsInul yearsJutilgo
Inuigo Inul o is cultivated all over India giv g iv iv ¬
ing i ng employment to millions of natives and a nd
tlu thouannds t u ands of
foreigners in three diu d ia iaricta K
trlct tricOt t alone d in V
ne Behar where some of the L h is
finest ftn t Indigo Is grown rown European capital capt tel tels
Is I s Invested Iflve tod to the extent of no less Il than Ui An
5OIIQOOO 260w otoeeo 1WO Some Som 370000 acres
are under undercultivation undercultlatlon mu lar
cultivation ttltion There are 709 Englishmen Englishmenmaraglng EngJttlhmlnmaraglnl Engltahn ten tenmaraglng en
maraglng and working on the concerns concernsaa co canceri rD8 rD8u is isas
aa the factories and plantations plan tloJs are al always alWIiS 1 1ways
ways calledand 1500000 natives nativesAn nntlvesAn nativesAn
An indigo concern may occupy any ai 57 ly
where wher between 1000 and 10000 acres acr each eachcultivated oochcultivated ee icit icitcultivated ch
cultivated acre producing on an average avera ge geftfteen
about fifteen to twenty twont pounds of averasel indigo mdi go
Tl The > e plant grows to a hoferht of o betwrt an n i
2
three HIM and five feet It te in the th leaves lea va I ItlUt
that the coJoryiddinK matter chiefly re I
sides they beinV oot at their fullest at the thewhen
time when the flower buds are about to
bloom but the leaf of a yellowUhgrern yellowh yellowtohgri st stcoIr n nolor
color olor gives Iv ro indication of containing eontlnln eontlnlnannhlfK eonttin tag
anything which will HI yield I ld a blue coloring color lag
matter mil melterToward t hr hrToward
Toward the end of June Jun or as soon as a
the th monsoon OQn half set In th the crop 1 111I cut cutand cutand c itt ittand
and the work of o manufacturing com commtnCtiI cc tin tinmenCta
mtncrs The first manufacturing calks caJkdJforhum cal led ledtoorhum
Morhum mahal lasts generally to the tMmiddle IbisnttIdkt
middle of A August usual I1 = t By B this tint time > the thlIII
nttm III tjms m which have ha betn cut have s h > t up up upa1in
aimin in and 1141 In September a second st onc1 crofi c rep
U taken from the same IIftm plants pIontsaomtrtluHtll sometime lies
tbr three crops CfOt are taken in one season
In must concerns oo erNi the simple primitive primitiveJMCIC pnirnit lye lyeprocesaes
procetifces JMCIC procesaes of manufacture ar Are still un ad d ¬
hered bf to for planters and oW hand are arer arestrong r rtung
strong r tung nf belivrs in the original true Wue Wueand blu bluand Itt lue lueand u
and will have > nothlnc to t do with 1th new r tvv
fKngi CtncMd d Ideas and chemical admixtures admixturesUhv admixtureshi admixturasthi
Uhv hi > ot Try 11 This In America tmerlcalpr merlcntp
Pram p pr the t BKd uS 4 the t Erp Stpf1tt t Lsedw Lead LeadIn lenlaeIn
In common with others we feel t el that thatthor thatt114 I hat hatther Jt
thor t114 rt ar nra N a good many people I4 living who whouht thete
ought uht to pass on to their reward r Anl We Wetuk te
sic our readers to submit a lint of twelve twel twellhft tw tive ve
living lhft men who ought to commit suicide suicidethe Ifulcldettto stitch to
the editor hi hu > s not Ihe slIghtest personal ptlJOfUIlobJt perso iniEl 1
objection obJt tI > to heading the list lI L The persostar n rdlllr rdlllrwno rite ritewho star derwho or
who who submits the list tieareat tho th avurtige aVetngewill aver rge rgeree ge
will receive r It this thl paper low years IU1JI post free Ii ree ee
IN VHE HE TWO GREAT HOUSES HOUSESFormer HOUSESFormer
Former FormerpeakrrIteed Speaker Rred nee Tell Telin Hw Debate DehaeLit
Is Cootrolleil Coalr Uetiln In England P cl ad and America AmericaIn tiucrlcaIn tUnlcaIn
In a recent Issue of the Saturday Even ETenIng
Ing Po Post t Is a a notable article on the House Hou Houot Houseof
of Commons by exSpeaker Thomas B BIt
It fleed d It gives Sh 9 th the clearest cI t account of that thatbody
body that has ever been en written In the theCOurH
course of it he say sa saFormerly says
Formerly there was no limit to discus discus810ft dtscusMon
Mon In the House or In committee of the thewhole thewhol
whole whol
wholSuck
Such waa also the case in the House of otReprHentatJv ofRepresentatives
Representatives In both bodies liberty lIbert de degenerated de degenerated dogra
generated gra into license and the forms of otdelhg
delug buslndss bttstn were u used ed to prevent any anybusine anybustOeM anybusiness
busine business being beln dene d < ne In both bodies bodIes bodIestltereCore
therefore the rontdy rentil had to be app applied appliedDel d
Debate Del ite and the right of amendment and andeepedaJ andeopedaliy
espodaJSy eepedaJ debate dK1tc had to be curtailed curtaUedThe
Tb The use of the be previous prt1 Us question and the thereport
report of ta tlf ie Committee on Rules Ruj with th us usand U Uand usand
and tbe closure elDS re and the application of ottbe
the power of the government with the theBngH6b
BngHh bas changed both the anacin asaemMies assenobllea anacini
bites in quite the same me way In the House i
of Commons a temporary rule proposed propoaedb
I I by b the leader of the House has been tried triedlimiting trt trtlimiting
I limiting to twenty hent days the discussion discussionaction and andaction andL
action on the tfe regular appropriation bill billin bUIIn L
in committee a few days more dispose dlspo of ofthe atthe olI
the supplementary estimates estlmat and the tlwChairman I i
Chairman and Speaker are both empower empowered
ed after the proper time has dcosel ob1p e to toput
put summarily summartJ without listening to any anycIUatory a05I
dilatory actIon whatever all the queztfoQS queztfoQSIeeded I
reeded to corapi compl4t > t f r th thraittte the action o the Com CommUtte Cornmlttee
raittte nd the House HouseIt HoUtSeIt
It will be seen n that In essence this pro pro procMurt pcoendure
endure Is the same In every way wa as th thprocedure the theprocedure thCprocedure
procedure under a rule offered In our ourHouu
Houee by b the Committee on Rules RulesOn
On both sides of the Atlantic it may maybe
be discovered that while the power must mU5taJwa
always aJwa exist in a parliamentary body bod to tor tc tcreuIate I
regulate r IfJate Its h members and to put down ob obt
structton t tlon the true way ay to legislate Is to togive toshe tc tcI I
give all the opportunities S for discussion discusAlonwhich diseusatorwhich I
which are compatible with business but butan butan
an honest and universal desire to be b rca r rcatGnable a aIonable
conable In the occupation of time In de dcbat debat debate
bat bate must exist f such liberty of speech speechIs I 1
Is to resume Us sway
The House of Commons ordinarily sits sitsfive 3ILfie sibt <
five days In the week eek During the entire pntlref t i
nfesslon f lon of 1S lSDS S It sat but once on a Satir Satlrda
day da On Wednesdays Vednesdas the speaker takw tak takthe taketthe I i
the chair at 12 oclock and remains until
5 rin J when u the u busln business ss In n which hl > > i to the thebouiC
house is engaged ceases and the other otherbusiness otherbuIlW othe othebuainss
business buIlW s proper for that day da Is postpon postponed ¬
ed to the next day da unless the house order rd ri rianoth a aanother I i
another anoth r day for the next action on any dn anyof
of the pending questions If at 53 531 p m mthe mthe
the committee of the whole Is sitting it Itrls Ii E L
rises rls s and ii h chairman reports reportsOn reportsOn
On Mondays ondaog Tuesdays Tuesda s Thursdays and andFridays LtllFrlda3s I
Fridays the house begins Its sessions anit at al t
3 oclock and ma may work until midnight mlt1nlghttxcept
except during the short period when the thelJ 0
lJ peaker > aker retIres InformaJl informally for tea A t tmidnight
midnight the business whether In l house nou e eor
or committee ceases east > s and if in commit
tee the committee rises and reports The Theremaining Theremaining 0
remaining business appointed for that day da r 0r r
is postponed postpon 1 to the next day de unless unle the thi S
h house ho hour < use selects another day for any an meis meisure me1Sure meue
uj ure ur e No opposed business can be taken taknup
up and usually ulluall In three or four minutes minutee S
t the th e house adjourns If when midnight midnightarrives mldnlthtarrhes midnih t trives t
al arrives ar rives or 530 comes on Wednesdays Wedne da3s nnd nn nl I 1
th the th e debate on a measure Is interrupted Intrrupteany
j ai any an y member may move the closure clos lre and ant I 1
the th e speaker or chairman must remain In It
I jjj rls II Ulr s nl place until all All the motions n neede eded ll I
have h ave been put putThe
The hall of th the House of Commons Is I Iss S g
le less ss than onethird the size of that of our ou rouse r
H House ouse of RepresenUitives while the nun nunr
ber he r of members Is C70 6iOnearh nearly double the thejority th e e
number n J oC ours Our Quorum Is I ma maI na
I jority Jorit Jo rity theirs Is forty tort We Ve Incumber our ourI ou
H Hoor oor with desks and revolving and swing swln
I jr Ing In g chairs placed In halfmoon fashion fu1JloTlaholn ri
I about s hout the lofty desk of the Speaker In Ii Iie a i
the th e House of
Commons the seats are arenches ar e
benches be j nches which except at the end far
thest th est from the chaIr < har run parallel with the th e
je length Jen ngth th of the hall As they the approach the themiddle themiddle th e
ir middle iddle line of the hall there is a broad hroa
gi sanba betwe between the
n front ront benches on a
ei either ther side sideCOULUNT
COULDNT EJECT THE WIDOW WIDOWlIer
I HerRis lIer 11 cr nl TIle Nrwoiiullnnd ewOlI1II1 ncl Too JInuy > Inur for the llieOrlrer tl e
Onicer OrlrerFrem
F Frem ram the Chicago Chronicle ChronicleThe ChronleleThe
The discomfiture cf a a landlord by a awl a
widow wl w wli idow ot and her Wg Newfoundland dog do de i
lighted li lit ghted dwellers on Dearborn avenue be between i
tween t ween Michigan sod nd Indiana streets yes e etfmay I i
terday te rday The landlord owns own several flats 11atsOR flat Q
on the west side of the street strf t and an wished wishedto u 7
to t o lease the ground floor of one for a sa sit I
loon lo on He was wa < balked balk however by a I Iclause
f clause cl ause in the widows lease Accompanied d
by b a pseudo constable wearing a tin star ta ir r I Io
of o f a size intended
to strike terror to 0 any anvordlnar an v
0 ordinary ordlnar woman he ascended the stairs stalri stair a
t to t o the tenants apartment and told her he he hee heme ii re read e
h had ho ad come me to eject her for nonpaymen nonpamlnSic 1 i
of ° f rent e
Sic em Bruno yelled the widow and an d
scarcely sCfircfI s were the words spoken before betore anIC the U IC e
Newfoundland N WES upon the intruders Intruderswho US S j
v who w ho had ha not advanced far from the hend hend heti j i
c cf cw the stairs At the end of a moment of f
v wild w ild confusion during which a few bites bitt bittere
J1 were w ere distributed by the canine guardian
the t Ire two men rolled headlong in pictur ¬
c esque e contusion to the bottom of the
Steps C ieps whence they retreated to the near nearest nearest nearst ¬
e est st drug store and called for arnica arnicaTHE arnicaTilE arnicaIE
1 THE T IE CHINESE LANGUAGE IS LOGICAL LOGICALa
I It t Is Excrccliiislr Simple illlplt When You Un UnilurMiniiil Undlrllnilit Unltrstari
ilurMiniiil tic Characters CharactersFrom Chnrncter8From Cironitciersreer
I From F reer the Ladle Home Journal JournalEvery JournalEvery JournalEvery
Every word in the Chinese language has hasa hasu haslogical
ti a t logical reason for Its existence and pe peculiar peculiar peullar ¬
c culiar c ullar formation and each word consists consistsof
of o < f either individual
one character or a anumber anumber aumber
i number n of them combined in order to tomake tomake tomake
r make a complete word Take the word
t field fl a square divided into sections or orlots orlots orots
lots l ots When hen the word man is written writ ten by
the th t he word field the combination makes the theword th thword thisword
word farmer indicating the avocation of ofa ofman
a man who is 1 < associated with fields and andgriculture
agriculture a rlculture Still more suggestive is the
Chinese word for truth sincerity faith faithulness
fc fulness f honesty It is formed by b the thecombination thecombinatlon theombination
combination c of a man and word thus ex expressing exressing
pressing p that one form of honesty con consists
slsts s ists in a man standing by b his word The Theord lheword
word w ord for box is indicated by a square hav
ing I Ip ng four sides of equal length while a aJrlsoner
Jrlsoner p risoner 19 Ilterall literally a man In a box a
fact f act which Is often grewsomely illustrated Ulustrat l
In i n China when a criminal Is sentenced to toeath
death d eath and is carried cLrrledto to the place of exe execution exeutioa
cution c In a square box boxYncnlioll j
Vacation Resources of orcoUc olColloge Colloue e Girls GirlsFrom
From Harper Bazar nazarbat
What bat shall we e do with Ith our girls r Is a aquestion
question that formerly with the close of otthe
the schoolyear troubled the minds mind of ofparents
parents and of society soclet In general Now Nowhowever ow owhowever
however Its the girls who have ave settled settledthe
the matter We Ve will do for ourselves ourselvesthank
thank you YOUI Is their answer and this is Ishow Ishow
how they do It ItThere
There Is a saying at the University of ofChicago
Chicago that the girl who does not not dur durIng
Ing the vacation earn part nart ot her seho sehoaiiUC
antic fees is out of fashion One Vassar Vassargirl Vassargirl
girl this summer earned her living and antgot anlgot
got that thing dearest to the heart of the theaU theabnte
allalive aU aUve American girl glrlexperiencecJerk glrlexperiencecJerkIng experience clerk
Ing In a country store A Barnard girl girlwok girlworked
worked wok d in the advertising department of ofa ota ofa
a large New York department store storea storeafield a
field for the literary ambition of the aver ave aveltJe
age girl much more > promising than Jour journaUsJn Jouruahsin
naHsin Another Barnard girl disproved disprovedthe
I the common belief that higher big her education educationdisqualifies educationlSQu
disqualifies lSQu l1les a woman for good ood cooking by bystartling y ya
a startling success In making and selling
bread brt > ad rolls and cookies cookiesGirls cookiesGirls
Girls from many different New England EnglandcolleJ Englandcolleges
colleges colleJ s have the Independence of spirit to tocombine tocombine tocombine
combine the profit of wageearning and a aseason 8 8af
season af On at the seashore 5 or at the moun mounm mountall1 mountame I
tall1 tame S by working as llltrcsses at sum summer
m mtr r hotels Tutoring is the most general generaland generaland j t
and the most favored method by b which whichthe whichthe J
the college girl turns a penny during va vagirl vutime
cation time But wherever the coltee cohleegirt
I girl BOO nd necessity necpIt shake hands no matter matterwhat
I what the elvcumstances el umstances and prospect the thei thegirl I II
i girl finds tlu th > opportunity n rttlntr to make of ne necesslty necoJsU noctsslty
cesslty coJsU the means of advancing her ca caThc Qreet enTour
Tour
Thc TlscOidinrkr Old Dtirky Ullrk Broke It I Gently GentlrFrom Geal GealFlea Gentlyy
From y tb tM St St 1 Lest H R RPblle RPblleWhen RepeblicWhen p Wlc WlcWhen
When Thomas T Crtttenden was gov governor governor governor ¬
ernor of o Missouri he had a colored hostler hostlerwho hostlerI hostlerwho
who always alwa > stood d much In awe of his em employer emploer employar ¬
I ployer One of his traits was that he was wasunduly wasunduly wasunduly
unduly apologetic about trifles but one onenight onenight
I night when the tas governors overnor8 favorite horse horsedied horwdied horsedied
died the old negro was In a dire dilemma dilemmaand dUemmaanti dilemmaand
1 and th the case c e apparently apparenU was beyond the themun themans
mun mans power of f palliation He wandered wanderedtime wanderet1almletifol wanderedatmiesy
almletifol about the stable yard ard for a long Jongtime longtime
time fearing to break the th news to his hisemploer hisemployer
employer FInally be mustered sufficient sufficienteourag sufficientcourage
courage to approach the governor When Whenbt Whenhe
he had turned his bat around several feertltlm6tl aevertttIUIO
times In his bands and had swallowed swallowedoqually swallowedequally
equally a at often he said saidGuvner uJdOuner saidGuvner
Guvner that yore ere black hoss o yours yoursaint yoursant OUrS OUrSaint
aint agoln agob to live berry long The gov governor goVernor gayernon ¬
ernor looked in surprise and asked askedWhat askedWbat askedVlIat
What makes yon OU think that Ben BenKase BenKaae BenKae
Kase he am am dead the negro said la laconluJlV Iaconically
conically
The irlee InireFrera I ItI
Frra tI Uf UfNodd Ute UteNoddIt UtNo4ttlt
Nodd NoddIt It toek me an hour yesterday to tocoaTtMe tocoavisee
convince my wife that I was right I
Todd ToddYou You sacoetded then themOh I
since Oh yes v3 but she hasnt h ut spoken to me weslnce 1 I 1 I Iniace
MR BOWSERS TRIBULATIONS TRIBULATIONSHe
He Gets Get Aaetber Asstherwklrlat Whirl at the Pike with withtb wltlatb wIththe
tb the Unnnl Realr RealrWhile Renlthlle Resalthile
T W WtIre While hlle the Dowsers were oatln eating dinner dlnavrthe dinnerether 1ID ffr ffrthe
the oth ether T evening a packagi waa left at atthe atthE
the djor and as they We adjourned flInt tha thatnbl th thtbJe
tib tnbl tbJe ia to tQtbe the family tamn sitting sittln room Mr Bow Bowaor nowao
cur ao curor opened it and brought brcu bt forth a streat streator eat eatC
or a pair ral of knee kne pants a belt b1t and a pair paircf pairct pairtcyele
cf ttcyole tkY le slices and stocittzrje stocittzrjeTho tockinr tockinrnvho tne I a aWoo
nvho Woo Tho are tHey forT for asked 3Irs Ir Bow Bowser no noer Bowas > ¬
ser er as be displayed the articles with a asmile aFuUe aile
smile sm m ile of satMfetlon satMfetlonThey MtHtrcttonrh
They rh wont fit you ou and I 1 didnt buy beythem tythem buym
them the m fer the cook he replied repliedBut repUedBut
But If they are for you what on earth earthde enrthdo I
do you OU want of em Three e different times timeswithin tfmfJSithln earthI timeshIn I i
within wi wlmo ithln hIn the last two years have you al almost aII atst
i most I mo t st t killed yourself trying to ride a bike bikeYou bikeYou bikei
ys You u will never te able to do it If you live liveto 111to livebe i i
to be a a thousand years ears old oldWont oldWont oldWont
Wont I I And why not not please pl d Am AmI ArrI n nI
i the < only person In the United Unlt States Stateswho Stiteswho Statefo I
wl who o can cant t learn to ride a wheel wheelYou whpelr whpelrlourcu wheelYouycu
You lourcu ycu are too fat she protested protestedtoo protestedtoo protestedo
ti too to o fat fat and your our legs are too short shortYou shortI shortare
I y You < j are what they call clumsy I dont donts donty
I s 5 y It to hurt your feelings but you youExactly youExactly ou ouI
Exactly 3Irs Dowser OtrHr be Interrupted InterruptedI interruptedt
I I understand your motive You dont dontnt t
w want wa nt to hurt my feelings but you do d want wantto ant antto t
to COOT convey the impression that I am an old oldrhinoceros oJdrblnoceros oh ohnoceros I
rn rhinoceros rhi noceros on wheels or an elephant on onskates onskate oc 1
skates sk fe ates I tba thank k you very el much and andwill andwill ant antl I 1I
will wil l remember It of o you youBut youBut
But jou 3 ou have tried the bike and been beenalmost beenah beermost I 1
al almost ah most o t killed killedIn JllledIn kiliedIn
In a caietess casual 05U1 way W Y I have tried triedthe triedthe tr1 I Ie
t J the th e bike I tried it as a novelty novelt and not notfor notor no t tmy
f for or my health I had no interest or am ambUon anibUon amIon
b bt bUon Ion Odds was the difference to me mewhether mewhether im imether
w whether wh ether I ran up a tree or over an 5ce 2 CI CIgon e ew8on
w wagon sa gon My b failures were not failure failureI tllliuresI failuresimply
L I simply s fell off the bike and staid oft oftAnd oKAnd
And Is It your health this timer time sha shaairked 3haa 3h 3hked I
as airked airkedPurely a ked kedPurely kedPurely
Purely a question of health Mrs rs Bow Dowser Bowr
se ser r I am going to ride the bike to save say e ector
ja doctor ctor and drug store bills Brown has he S Sndly
Kl kindly kind ndly volunteered the use of his wheel wheeland wheeJand I Id
an and d I have Joined the Zephyr Cub We Wetake W e
ta take ke our first fir t spin this evening Each Eachspin Eachspin End i iin i
ap spin r in saves a doctors bill bill Have you u any an anthins
thing th ing more tj t say sayNothing sayothlng sayNothing
Nothing othlng more moreThfn moreThen
Then I will go upstairs and get Into lot 0
th this is suiten suit mltTen
Ten T en minutes later he came down rigged riggedopt rlSgedopt ii iit
0 opt op t as a Zephyr Mrs Irs Bowser was an annoyed annoyed I Iyed
noyed fla yed and perturbed but when she caught caughtj 1
j i sight sig I ht of him she had to laugh It was as asIf a Sa s
j If a bicycle suit had been put on a cldcr chic rrrel r
b barrel ba rrel The cat came In from the back backyard baekard bac It Itrd >
J yard ya ard rd and took one look at the Zephyr and andthen andthen an a aen
in then th en made madea a dive under the lounge loungeSomething loungeSomething loungeSomethIng
Something seems ta t appeal to your you our oursense r rnse
se sense nse of humor sternly sternl remarked Mr MrBowser Mi Miwser Ir IrBowser
Bi Bowser Bo wser as he sat down to put on his shoes shoesI I Iwas s
I was thinking of zephyrs replied Mrs MrsBowser Mnowser Jrs
r Bowser D > owser as she choked back a laugh laughVCr laughory
I Very ory kind of you and you shall be re rewarded re rearded
wi warded arded In due time I might have known knownJust knownjust nst n
Ju Just st how you ou would act about It When Wheneer I i
ev ever er the question of my m health comes up upyou upjou u uu IT T p
J you Y u are so set and obstinate that only onlyone on onone I Ie
OI one on e conclusion can be reached You long ion 5
to be a widow widowr
I hadnt heard that there was anything anythingwrong anythingwrong anythinrong g
w wrong rong with your health healthAnd healthAnd
And why wh hadnt you ou Simply because becaut e eam
I i am one of those men who can suffer for foryears forjears IC in inars
years ye ars and years ears and never make a com complaint complaint 1 1aint
pl plaint pl aint If I should tell you what the doc doctor do dor
t tor to r told me the other day youd be aston i
is Ished hed Perhaps it will be news to you OU to I o 0ar
h hear he < ar that I have been on the edge of the thegrave U re e
grave gr ave for the last three years yearsBut yearsBut ears earsBut
But now you are going to get away awn awaom v
from f fr om the edge edgeI edger edgerI
I am amBy amBy amBy
By running your > our bike into a curbstone curbstoneand curbstoneand Le Lend e
ai and a nd being sprawled all over the side sidewalk sidewaJl sld sldalk ¬
w walk walkBy waJlB alk alkBy
By B thunder woman shouted Mr MrBcwser 1IrBewser M r rcwser p
w B Bcwser B cwser as he sprang up and danced dancedaround dancedaround dance d tiound
around ar ound do you want to aggravate me metill metill at ze e
till ti ll I do something somethln desperate When hen did di zed a
I ever run a bike into the curbstone diI I
I v When V lien did I ever sprawl all over the sldc sldcwalk sidi sidialk 1
w walk alk I understand un dustand your motive In I seek seelg
1 ir ing g to discourage dls ollrage me but the plan wont wontwork won t tork
w work ork I snail go out on the bike for a asiJln
spin su m As a member < r of the Zephyr Club I Istan Iall f
stall st all be at the front 1 will ride and ride rideand rideard rht Ic Icrjd
a and rjd ride I will not only onl ride for the thesake tl
a sake sa ke of my m health but I will gambol gambolaounl1 gamb gambound lE
a around ar ound to get revenge on you Every Ever 3 3vening
I e evening vening for the next three months monthsfr monthsfrthe for r rii
tl the th e next three years ears ten years yearsI earsI I will willtrke Wi Wike ii
t take tr ke a tenmile spin spinMrs spinBowsr
Mrs Bowser sighed but said no more moreJIl mor C Chad
Ho had no sooner left the house than thanslu th11nlhl tho Ti
al slu it h looked about to see that there were wer wersrw re reruI
snui s ruI pun ujoqsjjBq Moqduiuo Spur puuq PUBJqtare iq iqig
tj tare ta rd in the house Brown was waiting waltlu waltluwith ig
v with ith the bicycle at the gate and waitiriId he said saidI sat satMr Id
I t to Mr Ir Bowser BowserYou
I You have fifteen minutes yet et before befor re
Rigged Out HH n Zephyr Xeplirrthe epliyr
l the t he club meets and voud oud better practice practiceup practiceUII practl c cp
up u p a little Come around the corner and andride andride at atide
ride r ide un and down a few times Youve Youveridden Youvridden You e eidden
ridden r before havent J1 vent you youA
A few W times timesWhen timEsVhen timesWhen I
When they had turned the corner and andwere an anvre at rtd rtda
were w ere out of sight of the house Mr Ir Bow Bowser Bowser Be a ¬
Berd
ser ti er made his beginning be innil1g He had heard heardan hlftrdan hen rd
an a n old rider say that confidence was hentIC half halfthe liz tIC
t the he battle attle He summoned all his confi confidence conl1dence con 11 ¬ I
dence d td enee and Jumped into the saddle After Aftera A Aft er r
Afta
a good deal of clawing da wtn he got one pedal pedalbut pedalbut pad padItli a I
but b ut the other kept out of his way and andthe ii n nIhe Itli
J iiml
the t he bike bi e wabbled and dodged do ged around and andfinally a ml I
finally finall fi nally banged < into the th curb and sent ahe the therder thfldtr he
i rder thr over the the handle bar Brown sentcci looked lookeda look cci
i a rl et him dubiously dubious as ae il got up and rubbtu rubbtChIs rnbb rubbtuhis lookid id
1 his h is bruise > 5 but Mr ir Bowser was grit gritIm gritIm
Im a little out of o practice he said saidin selllIn se 111
in i n explanation but it will come out seitit all allriRht ttUriKht
riRht r ight in five minutes You dont think thinkIm thinkIm thi nk
Im I m too fat do d > you Mrs rrs Bowser says saysIm UYSIm as ye
Im I m too fat and my legs le arq too short shortbut shortbut sho asrt rt
but Ill show her before I cot t Jt through throughLomme throughLtmme throW it
Lomme try tr again againTake againTake
Take her right out in the middle of ofthe otthe
1 the t he street and resolve to conquer or die dieWhen d dWhen ie iehen ic
When hen you once get g t on n keep ke p your head headAfter heedAfter ft ftArter
After two or three vain efforts Mr Ir B Bw Bwser Ber w wser
ser s er reached the th ssddlr dd again and to his hisintense hisInteJlse I Intense
intense i surprise his feet struck the pedila pedilaand p pod podand hb I Iand
and he was off ol A bike sometime som tllJt does doesthis dr drthis
this in Its eccentricity If he had been beenleft beenleft br brled
left l eft to himself hlm t he might have wsbbled wsbbledand wabbledand wabbi wabbind led I
and twisted the length of a block and andbanged tmdbansed a athe nd
banged up against the shade sbad tree tre on the thecomer thecorner 1 1e4 >
corner but he had not gone a hundred hundredfeet nundredteet ed
feet when the sixteen member m mber of the theZephyr tbeZeph I Ici he
Zephyr Zeph Club turned In on the Block Blockthe cllCkBrown o1 ci K
Brown yelled and Bowe Bowser yelled Wben Wbenthe W Wib ten
the sixteen Zephyrs Zephyrsbllng saw something vab vabbUng vr ib
bUng all over the street they the also yelled yelledbut Y yell yelltsr I Ibut 541 1
but the yelllnr lmn did no good ood Mr Bowser Bowsertried Bowlilertried Bow Bowsot tsr r
tried to fall off or orjump jump off oft or set getotr off but butsix butsix I sot
six or seven festive riders struck him In Inchorus Inhorug
chorus and with exceeding unanimity unanimityhoverinr u1JiDlmltyand unaninti himty ty
and what hat Brown saW was a dark cle J uii d dhoring
clean
hovering ever ov r the street ltre t with human humanbodies hdmaftbodies Ireni an
bodies and parts of broken wheels hfo ls lsInG a aseet j Id d ding
ing and nd descending and whirling around aroundMrs around31s arou aroutore aseetml ml
Mrs Bowser and the eat arrived beore beorethe b8lrethe bet tore
the performance was over As betitey they theywatched theywatchM U Utad itey
watched the cloud it drove away awa and andmen andmen s tad
men and women limped to the curb sLad and andsat i d dsat
sat down Mr Bowser was left alone aloneamong aJ ne neamong n
among the wrecked wheels He H was lying lyingon Jyln Jylnon lyt lyton lag
on the broad et f his back ba k and the th look lokhis on onhia onhis
his face was as like that of a a man belns belnsburned wlagburntd be
burned alive at th the stake They picked up upthe upthe u
the body and carried it along and pickedgad lugged luggedit lugi gad
it into the house and aa they backed backedthey out outthev outtht
they tht > Y said to Mr Mrs Ir Bewser BewserHis DoY r rHt
His heart heart beats yet and you may pos possibly OSslbl p Os ¬
sibly save him him but if you ou do he should pbe be beconfined beCOI
shouldtstt
confined COI in a lunatic asylum all the r rtlit rtlitot tstt et etof
of his days A man like him Is a danger dangerto dan dustto = gr r rto
to the whole hole town and should not be betowed al allowed aJlowed ¬
lowed to run at larf large JaleValt largeVnlt e eVnli
Vnli for n Ualnr flay Un to Try Tr on Hat HatFnra lIalFrlm hats hatsFriar
Friar rt 1M New Ot ew Orleans H TJicwnemomt TJicwnemomtA
A great way this for testing the becom becomJngneas bEeomIngnee beec tat
Jngneas of anything A New Orleans girl girlin trlIn tin
in mind always waits aSls for the wet ret et murky murkywarm murkyaarm rnur ky
warm day da d upon upoq epo which to select her hat hatMost hatA hatA110st in its
Most of us bef betnu rizz ourselves before under undertaking undfrtaking und tar ¬
taking the ordeal of selection Jel tIon and putting puttingon putt log
on hats hat getting a rather bIased effect effectour on onour onour
our appearance It I can look well In ii a ahat ahat
hat on a day when ray head Is a razor razorback nuorback raa tT
back with Its quills ulU of straight hair raathe the thebats
bats a good one and I know that Ill ai aiwars
ways look well In it and a perfect dream dreamwilen die diewhen 5
when my hair will keep in curL j
I curLI
SAW CHUM IN DREAM uDPEfJIIP DREAMMexican
P Pecallar ullt 1l1loD or ofsritanckmfla Q It acltR OR a New NewJlrxlcnn icwMexican
Mexican Prairie IrRlrlttFt irairleFrim
j Frm tt tire Nev Oe ew Tech Mall n EJpras sprusNo MipresiNo
No I cant R say 1 go much 01 upersU upersUtlon
Uon L ion and that tort o thing but Id like likeme likeome
some s ome me o these wise chaps to explain a a lit little little litie ¬
tle t ie Incident that happened to me down In Inthe Inthe Inhe
the t he Pecos Valley In New Mexico a few fewyears fewyears
years 15 ago agoGrizzled agoGrtzled agoGrizzied
Grizzled Bob Morrow rorro veteran cowboy cowboyranchman cowbortaDChmnn cowboyyanchman
ranchman globe trotter and philosopher philosophertlok
took another pull at his cigar as be sat satin 53tIn satn
in I n the Hoffman House cafe A thought thoughtful thllUghtul thoughttel ¬
tel ul look came over his lace ace and his com companlons companIons cornpanions
panIons at the table awaited In silence his hisfurther
further utterances After A t pause Bob Bobcontinued Bobcontinue
continued continuedWe continueW
We W were sign riding Lee Wells ells and andI andI
I Know what sign riding Is Is1 An iraaj Imn ImnInary
Inary line is drawn on the prairie Two Twomen
men one stationed at each end ride to toward toward towent
ward each ether at a given hour Any Au cat cattie cattle cattie
tie that have htn > e crossed that line are round rounded rouncled roundeu
ed eu up and driven back The idea Is to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep the cattle together as much as pos posslble posslbJe
slble during the winter winterOur
Our line was about ten miles long Ie Ieand 1eand Ls i
and I used to meet half way our every day dayand
and if no cattle had crossed wed ed sit sitdown
down and smoke and chat a bit Some Sowetlme
time times wed visit e e rsrch rch < h others dobes and nrdgenel1llly L
generally chum together to ether so far as men mencan
can when ten tl n miles apart W 1Yt each had htilsix hi1six t i
six horses the pick of the herd and andmj hadI I
mighty mj ht3 proud we were too of em emBout
4 Bout that time the Indians were werernther
rather troublesome They Tht generally went wentin wentIn
in small bends b nds and occasionally the loss JOSdot
of a bunch of horses would be reported reportedby reportedh t
by h ranchmen thereabouts Lee and I IdIdnt I
didnt fear em much They carried only
bows and arrows and If It came cam to tothae a
ohase our horses ho could easily outrun outruntheirs outruntheirs
theirs The greatest danger dane we t had outerniI to tofear tofear I
fear was the loss of our horse hJrL hJrLIee
Iee and I had talked trequenlly about aboutthe
the Indians and both were of the same samemlndlt
mind mlndlt If attacked kill th tM horses rather
than let the marauding thieves get em emI
I left Lee at the halfway mark as asusual asusual I i
usual Jn me day got back to my dote doteand doteand
and after an r eating eaU dinner turned in I Ihadnt I
hadnt been n aae asleep p very Cr Ion long when whenwas T Twas 1
was awakened by b a sort of fetlins f fedin lIn that thatthere thAttJltre
there was somebody so ttbOOy in the room I s gop op
rd d under the pillow for my m gun turning turnlnJoer
over as I did so and there t erf in the door floorway 4oorway
way stood Lee Welts The Ccathercc1 Ccathercc1shafts I
shafts of six arro arrows were sticking from fromhl8 I
his breast aId his face ace In the moonlight moonlightJook
looked Jook d drawn and ghastly There was a asmile
smile of satisfaction on his face though thoughas
as he h he said quietly quietlyWrU
Well th they y got me Bob but they the thedidnt thedidnt
didnt get the horses horsesI
I was out outof of bed In an instant The Theminute Theminute
minute my feet touched the Ut floor Lee fefvanlshd Le
vanished The door was II shut hut and locked lockedjust lock l ljust i
just as I left It when hen I went to bed Pon PonderinJ
derinp over the realistic rEaU Ue dream or what whattver whfter whatever
ever er it was I turned turn > In again but It Itwas Itwas ii L
was a long time before 1 got to sleep sleepA sleepA
A second time I was awakened by > th thlame ht htsame
same vision Islon There stood Lee n the thedoorway thi
doorway and ajan a again 8ln he pointed to the ar arrow
row shafts and said saidThe saidThey j
They The got me Bob but they the didnt get getthe getthe ge t
the horses horses1No hQrsesKo
No more sleep for me that night nl ht I t 1 1looked
looked around the dobe thinking thlnkln per perhaps perhaps ¬
haps Lee was playing me a trick perI I II I
went out to the corral The horses were wereall w wr wrall re S
all right and no signs of anybody an bod havins havinsbeen nain nainbeen I
I been around aroun I sat up and smoked and andfVinn nra I Ithought
fVinn thought ht a n ivlinlp whole lot Jot until dnvhrenk daybreak then thenI iherI i II
I I mounted and set of for the hal halwt wa wamark I I
mark Lee Vasnt there and no 81 sign ot otI o ohis I
I his coming comln so I rode on to his doLts
I uTh There re at the gate ate of the corral was wasLees wa f I
Lees body bod with six arrows in hs chest ch t i t tI
I just as I had seen them in the vision In j jside I I
j side the corral lav la the bodies of his aors i
es all killed with bullets I
I It was plain to me that seeing seeln the theIndians thi thiIndians S I I
Indians comin coming Lee had deliberately kill killI
I ed the horses before turning turnln his attention 1
to the thieves Judging from the noot 1I00tprints noc nocprints I
I prints there must have been about twei tweity twe1t
ty t Indians In the bunch Lee must have havedama hay e i
damaged dama ed them some before he fell judj jud judIng juding
ing from the cartridge shells lying 1Ilgaround g
around They 1 he took his Winchester of ofcourse o f
course and looted the dobe They The Udnt thin t
get much for their trouble though thoughBut I
But what I want to know is was IS that thata tha thaa t
a dream or did Lee Wells really appear I1pp ar r r
before me In some sort of o form
His hearers could not explain explainSHARP
SHARP VORIC OF DETECTIVES DETECTIVESChle
Chief Wllkle In tInes Weekly WeeklyWe WeeklYWe WeeklyWe
We knew the office boy bo had a key ke and andIt ani ii 1
it must be secured from him without t
arousing suspicion Operative William J JBurn 1 1
I Burns an officer omc r with a brilliant recoM for forclever to r
clever work during almost a score of otI o f
years ears In the service evolved a scheme e 2
I I
that worked to a charm j
One of the younger operatives made It I t
his business casually casual to t meet the office officeboy offic e e I
boy on a number of occasion once in a acrowd i
crowd standing about a street fakir once cnc < nee neeat e
at a fire in the neighborhood and again ag agai ln lnriding a i
riding a few blocks with him on the tail tallboard I
board of a wagon after work until the theboy th e
boy learned to know his face One On day da dawhen I f
when his acquaintance had reached a i I
proper stage of development the th boy was wa a j
met by the officer apparently by chance han hanas t
as he was wa leaving work A bundle was Vlasunder wa 8
under the operatives arm armHello armHello
Hello son senHeJlo
Hello HeJloSay HelloSay
Say how do you ou like your Job
Purty fair Why
Well I was Just wondering wonderln A frIend frIendof fren ci
of mine mne is going to take a show out on o j
the road and he needs need ten boys about ab abut ut t I j
your our size to take part rt In one of the court courtscenes cour courseenee t
scenes I was thfnking maybe ma be youd oJd do di
If youd oud like to go goThe goTilt
The boys eyes glistened He was a
bright young oun chap with all the charactr charaet r
Istics of the uptodate office and jrraad srrsn d
boy and general aenerelfactotum eneral factotum
The stage Me Ie In a minute If theys the they 3 3anthlng
anything In It ItTen ItTen it
Ten a weak of youre oure aH right rl ht htee
Gee < ee How can we find out If Its a
go goEasy Easy Eu Come along with me to the ho In i I
tel t el Im going gol r5 to see the maraer find an nd id d
Ive I ve got one of the sample coatum costumes B with wii h
me meOffthey I
Offthey went to a Market street betel betelwhere betelwhere I 1where
where the ambitious younreter was taken take a n
to t o a II second floor room Here the th costume cotton ie I
was disclosed dlscIOHdfteflhlngll fieshlngfe purple velvet T yCtyl Yet et t
trunks t a pink aUk doublet a plus plu plush cap ea F
of o f dark green lined wIth briht pink and an
a cap Cttl vlih Ih a w cstrlch
sweep wfep ep ng plime Aft At 1 I
er e r a few moments gloating over the solen sole j
dor t of the th raznuent rament6f of came > his atroei atr cc i
clothes c and on went wer t the pages costjm > t i
When the cap was adjusted to his eati Atis tis 5 i I
faction f and he
admired himself for SOB SO sos > ct
moments in th the mirror his companion
broke In on his Pee of o thought thou ht I
Come up to the managers roam and let I et t
him h im see > how you look lookAnd j
And In n a minute cr two theY were in th ti t i
manager room on the next floor A A thr tat i
left l the apartment an officer stfrpp steppd t d from froffll fro J i
a closet e took a bunch of
key keys nm the ti te e i
lads l trousers saw that there was but cue ei < Be se e
Yale on the bunch bu and hustled down to o I
the t he bue basement Bt whe where a locksmith with It Is s I
kit was In watnC IR four nttuu a du ci U
pJksat plicate key bad been filed ad the orUlial origis
was back In tile pocket where it bekMued bekMuedREFLECTKXJS beJon ed edREFLECTtoNS Y
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en treeUa ia sdto Aadtal m spokesman spokesmanThe pok m4o m4oTbe llUlIThe
The Mr SIred 4 girl bur BO fur cf aborttoiai her lite I its itshy U
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tbe Jlp lips It irertt 1IcnUltw tWO ea the cheek cheekA 1aeJc 1aeJcA
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A Prince Albert AlbertEret AlLertEntJ AltertEre
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let leta cnwu CO they the cco consider < 14 14er r thesuelTW 11M11t dressed tel torth telthe or
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PANAMERICAN P INDIANS INDIANSAll
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All Al J l Tribes to Be Representedat Represented
at Big Bi Buffalo Mr IfnirXOTADLE
NOTABLE XC TABLE ETHNOLOGICAL EXHIBIT EXHIBITIn
In Addition Ihlltlon There Will Be a Laric Indian IndianVillage hlJiRnmA
V Village mA illage e OB the Midway nod a Si Six Nations NationsExhibit ano anoExhibit atious
I Exhibit E xhIbIt Made br b tbe Exposition Company CompanyItself CompaDflurlfADother
i Itself lurlfADother Another Educational EdueatiunalPcnturc Feature Will WillDe WillDe
r De B e Reproduction or the Meat Famous FamousWorks FaI oIIS oIISork
Works ork of tire Oloundballderi OloundballderiSocial JloDudbulldenSpeI1
s Social Spe cial Correspondence of The Th Waihlaetonl Wuhlnrtenl WaihthgtouPoitt Post PotDutral
Buffalo B uffalo Oct iThe The PanAmerican PanAmerlc4 PanAmerkst n Ex ECposition
P position po ° sition would scarcely be worthy worth o of Its Itsrame >
na name me did it neglect to illustrate so lin 110I
P portant po rtant a subject as the aboriginal in Inbllbltaats
I b habitants ha bitants or the Xew eV World theIr cus outurns
tlM turns rns institutions and doily dnll life IIr IIrThe
The T he great exposition to be held h 1d at Buf BufflJo
fa falo tab next summer summer will 11 therefore the rore give es especial
P pechil pe dal attention atf nUon to this subject and aim aimto t 1
to present it on a more extensive cxtonse scien scIentific
tlflc tid e and popular scale than has M ever been beenattemptoo 1 1
alf attempted att empted before beforeObject beforeObj
Object Obj O bject t lessons in the life Ufe customs and andhistory ama I 1
n history his tory of the aborigines of the various arlous arlousportions I
P portions po ° rtions of the continent will be given givenchle11 I 1
c chiefly chle11 cin dy in four our departments of the export exporttion expolitJon exposin
tion tio n In the exhibits of the building de de deI
voted vo ted to ethnology and archaeology in Inthe ii 1
I JrJ the th e Indian congress corres on the Midway Mldw8 in Inthe ii 1 1
jjj the th e Six Nations village and by b means of otI 0 c
I i l the th U e mounds > Intended l lof to reproduce some someI som S
or the best known and most typical of the theworks the it
wi works rks of the moundbuilders of North XorthAmerica t 1
I Ai America AmericaThe A merica
The T he building bull Jng devoted to exhibits in eth etbI
I no nolosy noJGg logy and archaeology archa olocY will be tilled with withrelics t 1
relics rel ies of the occupancy occupan by b by the red men mcithe
I or the continent of America The muse museurns museums rouses
UE urns urn s of the United States Canada Max Maxico Maxand
ic leo < and South America mrlea will contribute cGntnbutcgenerously C j
I generously ge nerously of their priceless treasures to tomake Li a
make m ake this exhibit the most complete ever evercollected eve r r
collected co llected for a similar purpose and to toi I Ie a
i the th e student and indeed every thoughtful thoughtrulrson 1
person pe rson the remains of the aborigines S s
I here lie n gathered will be full of o interest and andsignificance ant ii 1
significance sig nificance
I It I t is natural there should be keen in Interest inrest
terest te rest to the white man in the study of o I
I the th e darkcomplexioned people wha once oJlceI one e e
I roamed ro amed over the lands whose title the thepaleface lb e s
I paleface pa leface now claims a people who in I a i
some so me parts of the th continent built cities citiesand S s
and an d attained a considerable degree of oCcivilization a f
civilization ci and who In all parts of it Ithlld I t
had ha d their own peculiar customs and in instltutlons L
stltutlons st itutions From the latter the white whitepoople whit e e
people pe ople of the most civilized states can canotten cat a n
often of ten draw lessons In morals and good goodmanners goo ci 1
manners m anners
StorivK tories Told by b Relics nellcTherc
There is a peculiar fascination in the thestud Ut C
study stud st udy of a race whose history and insti institutions
tutions tu tions are involved In more or less mya mster nsysry
tery te ry and nd whose remains take us back bllCkInto bac c cto
into in it to prehistoric times A relic which whichto whic h
to the unybseram unbservant and uninstructed eye eyeIs ey 0 s
is a shapeless and worthless object be be becomes
c comes co mes allva ailv alivtwith with Interest and significance significancewhen e
w when hen It IsTcnown to tell a story stor of a far fa
di rtfsifnnf distant stant r past n f and nn < l r reveal vonl tli the customs Misfnrna an n j
jj ideas eas of a people long 10n ong since perished from fromthc I ror n T
the tir l e fac face of o the earth earthFasclnaUng earthFasclnatng
FasclnaUng though the study stud of the thearchaeology Ut e
a archaeology ar of the Western continent be becomes becomes Uti i
c comes co mes to those who pursue It few com comparatlvely comparatlelyundertake
p paratlvely paratlelyundertake pa ratively undertake such study partly parrl y y
t for fo r jack of time and opportunity partly part y y
because be Bi cause they thf do not realize the interest InterestIt it t
It possesses I feel sure that the way In Inwhich I n i
w which hich the subject is to be presented at atthe a t
til the e PanAmerican Exposition will awaken awakenn awake an n n
a aab keen interest In all that pertains to the tbcaborIgines Ut C B
aborigines ab origines of the continent and will 111 thus thushave thu thuve UtS 3
t have ha haur ve an educational influence Infiuenceof of immeas immeasurable Immcaurable i ¬
urable ur able extent extentJn
In the Ethnology Building itself the col collections t
li lections le ctions will be such as to attract anl nn1Instruct an anstruct ii 1
it instruct in struct both the student of ethnology ethnologand y Y
a and an d archaeology and the average visitor visito Ir r I
w who ho knows little of such u h study That la I Ito I a
to say sa they will be scientifIc In character characterbut r
b but bu t popular in their manner of presents presentation I
ti tion on For instance there will 11 be an art artgaltt an tt t
g gallery galtt ga llery > r In which will be paintings repre represenUnK
s senting se < ating with as great a degree as possible possibleoC te e
o of historical accuracy the life of the pre prehistoric
h historic hi storic peoples of America merlca and the scenes scene ceneswhich us 3
w which hich Columbus and his contemporaries contemporarlwitnessed 15
w witnessed when they the visited the shores of > f
N Xorth orth America and beheld In Central and art d
S South So utir America the cities of the Aztecs Aztecsand Aztec 3
a and an d ancient Peruvians Another feature featureot featur C
01 of a popular character will be the large largemodel lart te e
n model odel on the ground floor portraying the thehistoric Ut me e
hi historic hi storic Nagara frontier and showing shO lng the thesites U me metes
s sites si tes of some sixty slxt aboriginal village
R Real eel water will flow through the Niagara Ia ara
Pi River iver and the th
camp fires will be repre represented represented reprieated
S sented at night by red Incandescent lights IhhtsBy S Sy 5
j By B y graphophones arJ possibly the klnet klnEtoscop klan t
oscops os copc vivid Ivld reproductions r of many rites ritesand rite fa is
a and nd ceremonies of Indians of tn tne present preset it
d day da ay may ma be given givenIIIIrIIonlanlo
ninitliaonlan lo Exhibit ExblblJThe ExhibitThe
The collections on the main ml in floor will willconsist wi H
c consist chiefly of exhibits
from large arge mu museums mi 5
s seums cums of the th United States and from fromtho fro froose m n i
t those tho th ose C of o Canada and LatinAmerican LaUnAmericancountries in
e countries portraying the archaeology of utthe e f
l the th e United States Including Alaska of e j
I Briilflh B ritish America Mexico and Central Centr tj
America A merica r1ca and the th South Ame American CQh cow t
ti tries tr ies which are prolific in the relics of otthe > f
l the t he semldvllizatlon of prehistoric times time a a
The cooperation has been secured of otsuch > f
s such s uch bodies as the Smithsonian Institu Instit Li
t tion ti on the American Museum of Natural Natur il
I History H istory th the Peabody Museum lrus m the Uni UnJntllty Lri Ii i
ntllty r ot Pennsylvania the UnlvertJty Univeriui Ly y
of ° f Chicago and the Buffalo Society SOCJ ty of o jf
Natural N atural Sciences The ministers of th the theCartowJ LI tie e
v various South
American countries are co cooperating eoolerstln e 0 >
o operating with the director general of the thenology th theXnUton U IC te
e eXnUton and the 8uperlntend superintendent nt ot eth ethnology et is
nology n and it Is now certain that a large JarJeamtutt larj e
amount a of valuable
archaeological mat ma marlaJ a fc
r rial ial will III thus be secured Indeed th thproblem the therro ci Ie >
p problem rro roblene lent will be to 0 And space SP8e for 0 the In Interj I n l
t ters terj ereatiag tins tlft exhibits which are being offered ott offers roo ci
At A t the < same tllne time place will be found In Intome R
some s eine way wa for things which really mints mini a
t ter cr to popular instruction f for r the aim of otthe of
t the he department is I not so much m eh to get G t to together 0 °
gather g ether a large miscellaneous m lInneous collection eoll Uon of otreltal r
relies r as to afford a means of popular od a d dctlon
ucatlon a on tHe tJo subject iRb L For Fo Instance Instanceon lutanHOn macens to
on On e lite exhibit will show the animals donws dome a
ticated t by the aborigines aborl fte8 of the Western Veste rn
continent conUJlontJiAd and will explain why the Jack it ack j
of o f large rge ttaeful animals capable of do do i 0
mestkatlon m sticaioii hampered the development deveIopme of 00 f
civilization dvlUzatl d n in the New World after Its dis d cit a ¬
co C a uy y by b the white man Through the he if e
cooperation c of o the Department of f Agrt Ag ri
culture c and Hortiealture exhibits will also al so
be h e made of the th plants cultivated In both o I
North and South America before jthe the t it e I
grat g reat t discovery discoveryIt dllMo el elt
It t Is expected that the American
Mu Ia Ia200m 1 a aeam
aeum s eam of Natural History New York will n nmake
make an exhibit of txtinet Unct American anl a 0
tntls r as well as strictly stricti 1
rs archaeological ardJae archaeokIe archaeokIepecimens J lcal l
specimens s Among tbe map maps PI manuscripts J11 ntuerJpts 1
and books bo k1l la 1 Indian Ind1 < n language will be the t he
original o manuscript manu manusenp rt of a speech by Joseph JO Jose lIh lit 5
Brant Brnt delivered before an Indian Indta council coun ti
In i n 176 liU The superintendent > USWrtnteftd nt of ethnology etbnolo y
will make an exhibit from hU b own ow col e itli I
lection I Illustrating th the transition period per rIf d T
among th the Seneou Sen wan while hUe still re r
tateSns taMb t their indovendenee Indc endeMe and original orIgin r l
caMeras CWSM used European Euro Instruments alone ale
with thos those of the
stone r
uge From rom the i h
museum of the University tnlvtlrBtt Of Fencsyl Penn 7
vanta will come a most interesting
ex X
Mbit of pipe pipes and onventlonallze < l forms for
of o stone workmanship induttng fnel thl the bird b I B
stone tone The eon cofloutionna Moiw which
win be
eon et it H
trlbuted tritlu by the Bureau of Ethnology thnoJo and a in J
the Smithsonian Institution IutltuUonln In Washing iSaihlr
rig
ton will 111 aid
materially In
making thee tb see
exhibits hlbts of great Kt at educational
and scien clem t en n ¬
tide value
The Tharilx Six Xailotu 11110 atloes Vlll nllre nllreIt YlllsgtIt ee
It may surprise many readers to learn ler Ira
that within thirty jnllw
of the grounds groat WI
the PanAmertean Exposition fxP slUon In Hut it ut
> th lbs tl d1nl6tJ ne and other
pagan ceremo ceretr r1fJ10 rio 10 ¬
nies of the Indians of o the Iroquois con c on
fedtraey are practiced much a u they th y war w are r
when what Is i now known
as the Niagara Niagi tacal tnir ra
frontier wa wax so far
0 as the white man it an
was concerned concern d a wlidernws unknown and it ad
unexplored Amon Amonl the pagan retniuinu remus munts iu
of ofqu the tribes ef f the Sty K itl ttaw or Iro Iroquols Iroquois Ireoie
< quols qu oie the ceremonies trOlllOn 4rnr m rvste Cibt ub 1Ibtan tan
ttolly tin tinJes ily as they extend Is the time of th the theuits he
Jesuits Jes Jesing uits who
began the work ol cocv eoftVtn rt
Ing in ingCr these red men to tbe faith alth of th the
Cross Cro Cr Crha oss These India lad Indians its ar a are tb U eetT oljr in ir
jj habitants ha bitants of Western New T Terk rk who ar arpagans arpagans angans
pagans pa paspe gans by rttgi r rehgOesse 0 prvTwatan pcet prgsea so sospeak soak e e5JHk
y yV speak spe ak They cling t tonacbovily nack M y to pajtaa paaaras 3r
Ideas Id ide idewa JJ as and follow the Icachtega or Hi Hiwatfca HIaUt H I Ithti
V watfca wa waT wathe aUt thti rather that tw doetrtoaa Of Chr Chn14 Chn14here
There Th T here re is mtxrh m k mfamppr mIsapprehension ppr lM stoQ a as t J a
2 the thefe dunces of the Indians OotaparaUwtv Coeapsrativmyw rathi
few fe w understand that tb they y are of th the PU PUare flUIIrC nm nme
are lir lirser e of reilgtooc cerwnonlM ctremoa < and ar are < > ob obened ob oblerv ohed
lerv ser serth ened ed d in somewhat tb U the sasas spirit spirite M1 M1the i ith
the th tham e Different festIvals of tbe ch chmr chmrong hr rr n kamong namong1
among am ong ChristIans Tn The Sbc Nations dane dawwas da daIY83 daneI
was va I observed o by the Seamen Indian of ofthe ote
the th e Tonawanda re9 r reservation rrati tJoa i Marine hC th thweek titw Utak
week w we weIn ek ot September K TB Then M win be m mIndians mdians ar arIndians
Indians In dians from this reservation in the t thetions Px P Patfons
Nations Na atfons tions village on tb the grounds geua of t tPanAraerteaa tPanAmerJean inAmerkan
PanAraerteaa Fa nAmerkan Exposition aM the van vancus or oriUS ars
cus Gu Guas s ceremonies of this festival fe a AI AIas w was u uof
as asTh of others will be tber t there nprtKiu nprtKiuThe hpIOdtiThe raprodme >
The Th Thth e Six Nations aUons dance will ill be heiu heiuthe ht htthe hee >
the th e Indians of the CanadUn re ram v vnear 1 1Jletlr vgt vgtr
jC near itea r Brentford Ontario durina tn tnbeginning the e eginning <
be beginning beglnRln ginning October 2t 1 This T la a lantr iarg r rorvatlon rvatlon h htrvatlon
orvatlon tir r vatlon and the ceramonlaa cere ef C the thethat t ttival fal
u that tiv al as celebrated by UMM Indians Lf Lft r rpf runusual
Pf t unusual unllilu l interest Tb Six
Tbe X Natinis Natinisnce u tIr tIrd3 ri ridanee
danee d3 < a nce e held by b th the eseose nec eM8 j of the ton Toranda 10nwanda tonnda >
w wanda wa anda nda reservation though not 110 o larg largi largiatrended largtended < i iattended
ai attended tended as some others 8th robbly Iy aji ajipreaches approaches epoaches
pr preaches oaches as nearly te th tM ancient a amonies ew eere eereonies >
m monies onies as any an that can b 1M a seen ea in thl thlpart ihert hll hllpart
pf part rt of tbe United Suttee At th the S Satlons SatIons
x Nations atlons village on th t the PanAm PaftAlnfrtd IanAmrksrrounds > ric < t u upounds IIJ1oundi
pounds gr ounds next n xt summer where the he Indun Indinwill ldigni ldignill
W will wi ll live just t as their ancestors did b bfore ho hofore hrre
ffl fore re white men came te Western eftrn NVv SfYYork Xvrk
y York Yo Yow < rk the dances anti other cwnmnir cwnmnirwill lenmonlIll ceremanIill
will w Ill ill be produced without the modern In Innovations Iratfnn invationa
m novations vationa atfnn and aa nearly MArt as possible iblt Ilk IlkwhAt ilkhat
w what hat the French Fr DCh voyageurs TOa rs and the th fl nEnglish flnglish
g English nglish explorers of this region RW aw wh p wire h hthe > i
tt the e red men of the Iroquois conf eonleeIersv eonleeIersvamed rHlr rHlrroamed l r rv rvroasncd
roamed ro amed ov over r It at will Tb TIM traditlonx traditlonxhanded tradttlernder f fhanded
JM handed ba nder down by the forefathers of th thSx Utx
51 Six x Nations XaHo It Indians of the present presentand prftfntand presentd
a and an d the descriptions d rlptlons given gt by D tray trayof traHI traHIor k kearly
0 of early earl times will UI b be followed in repro reprQduelng reprocing
ducing du j cing these th ceremonies ceremonleaThe ct ceremoniesTim monlfl monlflThe
The Senccn Snake 0111 throne DanrrThe IhDffThe throneThe
The task of their reproduction Is rcnd rende rendeeasier v
e ed < i easier than It would b be In th the caw cawmost caseost II IImMt > I
m most ost Indian tribes from the fact tbit th tbx h hSix
S Six x Nation of all American Amr n Indiana hav havbest ha habt hist
IK best st preserved pre red their traditions and th thdr thdrsstem thu thustem < h
s system sy > stem of government was wa M unique unue JIT ail 111their aileir
th their eir various Institutions were so well wellvloped wellloped
v veloped ve < loped that they the were written abou aboufrom aLoJIfrom atsi atsiom
frpl fr from om the earliest times of EirrolManplornUon European Estroeeanottitian v vploration
pi ploration ottitian and occupancy They have h ht htI ito <
to too o with a death grasp raSD to thflr t their lr trliu 1C1Iideas wi wieas
I id ideas eas and tradition Their ancient leac leun leunwas leagas < i <
w was as held together by a constitutional constitutionali < I Ii
i b bend bcn be < nd of union and the traditions tl1l ltlOM of Us 115I itsrmation
f formation fo rmation have
been preserved with an illIntlU istelligence
I IE intelligence IntlU enle exceptional cx rlloft1 among mon monC th the r mr mren +
m men en The league wag called Koninht Koninhtnl KonInhithe <
I nl the U cabin builders er the th tar Io Iohouse taruse
h house ho < use of which the Mohawks b 1ka held th tI tIeastern L1 L1stern
ci eastern ea stern end and the Seneca necaa the th western Wrt westeriror rn rndoor
d door do < or with lth the great gre t council fire or ftlc fp fdecapital fI fIal r ral
al capital among the Onondngas Ononda u The TheIndians Thz ThzInlofis Thedlars
Ii Indians In dlars it will be seen were W not builder builderof builderswigwnms
of wigwams like many tribes of the W We Wet < t tbut
h1 but bu t lived In homes of more permanent permanentconstruction permanentnstruction
c construction co nstructionI
I attended the Six Nations danc dance of th the theIndians
s reca Indians of the Tonawanda wr resertion
vatlon ra tion There were but few whites i pree preet > re reent
e ent en t among them being Mrs Irn Harriet Con ufl uflrse
v verse ve rse who whose e work In bobalf of the Indians Indiansof Indiansthis
of ° this State has rendered her beloved by b be
tl the th e red men and a welcome witness of f feir
their th eir ceremonies The dances of this fee festival feeral ¬
tival ti ral are a strange admixture of the thestonts
c customs eu stonts of the red man and the cess costumes cessmes
tumes tu mes of the
white man There Is some soraething
thing th ing very incongruous In the sight of ofe
tj the th e snake dance
for Instance
being T rr rrrmed T
ft former fo rmed by a red man who wears an out outg
Ing lo r g shirt In fa fast t color of the latest ntyl style styleolf
P golf g olf stockings and ru rusSet et shoes and of otre
the ti re Indian squaws wearing the bonnets bonnetsn
ol of a Buffalo milliner as they perform the therange
fl strange st range evolutions of ono of these semi semirbarc emi
barbaric ba rbarc functions functionsIn
In some of the
dances the leading par parclpants ¬
ti ticipants clpants wore costumes In mny respects
II like ke those their
ancestors 4oubtiess oubtl a as asmed
si sumed su med in similar ceremonies For In inance
si stance ance In the feather dance Chief Mao Maoce
ri rice ce Green a Seneca had a buckskin suit
w with ith a headdress of horns and feathers
U His H is outfit was almost purely aboriginal aboriginalut
B But ut next to hlu danced a brave who wore woregauze
a gauze shirt which might have been beenpurchased beenurchased
p purchased at a Buffalo department store stores
a as s a a covering for the upper part of his hinody
b body ody knee breeches and long stocking stockingsith
w with w ith bells at the knees and a a figured figuredapron figuredpron
a apron pron Somewhat like what the Masons Masonsear
w wear w ear In their ceremonies Most of those thosearticipating
p participating had costumes more or less lessantastic
f fantastic f some typically Indian other othersuch othersuch
3 such uch as you might see at a masquerade masqueradearty
p party arty among white people as for In Intance
g stance that df a dancer who hud arrayed arrayedhimself arrayedielf
h himself ielf in a suit of gay calico figured with withroses withoses
ft roses r oses of a brilliant crimson hue hueIVrfornilnc hueierforrnlnc
IVrfornilnc the lie Iemlier Dance DanceThe
The feather dance was performed with withmuch withuch
n much m uch of the oldtime energy and abandon abandonuscles
n muscles m uscles quivering features contorted contortedrms
a arms rms swaying and the whole body x xpr xressing
p pr pc ressing < tain a wild sort of delight In the theccliar pe peuliar
C ccliar uliar function It warn preceded by a aermon
f permon or reading as the Indiana call callit cellt
l it t in which the teachings of Hiawatha Hiawathan
a are re expounded The preacher If eueh ich h hmay be beay
n may m ay be termed wa was Sachem Chuunc Chaunesy + y
Abrams A brams a pagan priest of much Intelll intuitenes
jsence g enes a fine specimen of f th the Seneca In Toitan
dtan t < grave and dignified in bearing and anda andman
a a man I am told of most exemplary exemplaryaracter
c cfharacter ch aracter His sermon was in the Seneca Senecaongue
t tongue ongue and consumed three hours in de deivery
1 livery and it was listened to with th thdeepest the theeepet
d deepest d eepet attention the Indians observing
a a decorum which would have been cred credtabic
i itablij in a congregation of Christians in Inne
one o ne of our socalled fashtonabie church
m e n He wore a suit of broadcloth such ueh uehs
us a s one might see In a Christian pulpit pulpitand pulpitnd
and a nd the only thing to distinguish him a as aspriest
a priest of paganism was th the wampum of oftbe
tbe t he Six Nations which be carried At th the thelose
c doao c lose of this solemn ceremony came in intriking
a striking contract contrast the anl ardnaled > nated and som somwhatlbolsterous some somehatlboigterous
whatlbolsterous W feather liance which d de depite
spite s pite Its wild aspect pe posiueue s ssis like all allthose clihose
those t dances a slgniftcvuiee of a s semlre semlregij mir
MgiouB ft gij nature Thee cerem ceremonies nie Wok Wokplace tooklace
place p lace In the long ho house e er council conseftf beoeo
of o f the Indiana of this rorfervaUoa In Insnaps Inhape
snaps s like the Ions house of the ancient asdentroquois
Iroquoto I but otherwise constructed like likeMI Ilk Ilkordinary
MI ordinary frame building The lone lonebouse lentouse
bouse h ouse of the Six Natkww village tila at th thPanAmerican the thePanAmerlcii
PanAmerican will b be built ef f bark ark and nd ndhon
thenga t hon Instead of nails will be u used d in inf Inastening
f wttninr Its porttenn te tgMher tgMherPhe ethar
Th Phe mimIc te which these dances ar argiven are areglen
given is furnWi furnished by rattles farmed n nurtle >
turtle t sheDs fitted with small Men atones and andgrapg
gralM of oteorn com With these the Indian Indianbeat
beat upon the beeehee where wherethai
thai alt > t and accompany the Mts ace of tho it itrattles
rattles by b a wild raooetpwe er orcounts uteg setkc setkcpreftnlOA
counts to be a petaL or baser or sfl sflof
J preftnlOA ° of loyalty to tribal nuiUm cviit se r nil nilreligion > 4 4reHglon
religion for UM t3i pga pages ladles U take uJieptrt takepart
part In th these se doticea and the a stud d chief chiefthe
the grayhaired squaw and the yeu y0UE y0UEwltM r
mother with an Infant in hr aruM sni join 41 41with
with the young buck and the Indian IndianTXIIdO
nutlden in performing theta Tbe Tb I pesun pesunIndians
Indians predominate m this rsnratln resrystlsnanti
anti it ho lb pagan Indians aloe who whopreserve
preserve these cwtoMs her H w woiId be beregarded
regarded a as M evldme of haekaltdnw haekaltdnwfrotn bsckaiI4lgfrom
from hta iis faith tor t r a Cturtottan ladlan to totake totake
take any part ta toes toesThere these theseThere
There are many leUresUx Ietereetla trH Ct f the theIroquoki h hIroquote
Iroquote Indian among tboM thee tiring up upthis P Pttn °
this reservation loire et these alit be beseen
seen In the 3 x Nations village at t tbe tbePanAmerican tb tbPaeAmenlcapi
PanAmerican AXMHK UMM will be hfaged an
aged S4Hmw T iho1 ho IT sb she srrhr ssrtvee a f few fewmonths w
months kwgw will bare UVSd d w three thf thfcenturies
centuries Sh She w wa born I In th the olhtetnth ifbt ifbtsilnetei
etnth has oow lived seaJtY Lkcough lb lbnlneteatk
silnetei nlneteatk th and seems m Mfc Iihi17 T U see the theb thebeginning
b beginning giaalnp of the tw tWStlth tlth Her cabin cabinhas
ha has bone tr treaapertisd ap rud t to tW raaAwerlcao raaAwerlcaopn amAtlcfl amAtlcflgrenada
pn grenada > un4 wb wbees it will b be erected rct d tL a pan panof partof
of the Six NatIons exnIMl exnIMl8DWAKD xhiWtIDWARD
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