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Harvard Boys Make It Hot For
Little Lord Fauntleroy.
TWO DIED TEAKS AT COLLEGE.
Not Permitted to Forget That He Waa the
Hero of the Popular Juvenile Novel Ills
Hard Initiation In Fl ta Society Other
Vivian Burnett of Washinpton, the orig
inal of Fauntleroy, has just finished his
sophomore year at Harvard. He lias gone
on big summer vacation, and needs it, for
life probably has fewer charms for him
than for any young mun who ever went to
Vivian Burnett Is the son of Mrs. Frances
Hodgson Burnett, the writer. When he
waa a little boy, she put him la a book.
VIVIAN BCr.NET IS HIS PI ETA IXITIATIOK
which everybody read and which nobody
who read can forget.
Vivian Uurnett wislios tiiev otilv could
forttet it, for it Id inakil his fiillejre life
more than half a liore. Ho was L,ittle
lrd Fuuntlun.y. Ho ran beaut if nil v for
a Ion tiiuo in St N'.i holas. lio had a
Ktupcntlous sale in book form. Ho found
ins way into Christmas ctursiuss tmd
tuude many little hearts liaj.py, and at
last came out upon tho st:i,n oiul was
playnd in half the theaters of tho country
nvsucn child actors us tlie Cierrv societv
did not put ancmbarToon. His fame trav
eled to Knlatid. He was translated into
various foreign tonfrties.
It was lovely while hf was n toddler.
but he is 11 college m.-in now, and nights
when he puts his head with the famous
curls all (rone from it down on his pillow
in tiuincy hall ho issorry that the maternal
ffenius ever took tho notion of transmogri
fying him into "the li;i!c lord" and mak
ing a household word of him.
Harvard wouldn't lie Harvard or any
sort of an American college at all if it
gave Hurnett nriy chanei- to forget, tint he
is tiie original of Little Lord l-'auuileroy.
It doesn't make any dilierenec how mas
culine he may prow to be. He may have a
voice like Old Boreas and tho whiskers of
a fetter or an Orson. Harvard will al-
ways cull him "Curly Inlets" and sav
things to him about his velvet collars. His
classmates, with a persistency which only
classmates know, will remind him of his
cunning little folks with tho grocer and
ulltho cute and winsome tliinrs ho did
when bo waa the sweet little boy in the
And when class day comes and ho gets
his diploma ho will lx guyed and grilled
by tho class day talkers until maybe he'll
For all that Burnett is known In Cam
bridge as a chap who is getting aliout all
there is to bo gotten out of college life. He
is neither a "grind" nor a "sport," but
just an easy going youth, who keens a fair
class standing and for tho rest gets all the
fun ho can without impairing his nervous
system or his status ns n gentleman.
Perhaps the worst funmaking on the
Fauntleroy lines that Burnett was forced
to undergo was when ho was a neoph vte in
11 Eta society. He had to stand no end of
joking. They made him tog himself
up in the whole detested Fanntlemy outfit
The initiation ceremonies List three whole
days, and before the end of the ordeal the
sufferer thought he was paving prettv dear
ly for the red bandanna handkerchief, the
long hemp rope and the short iron bar
which are emblems of tho society, and
which now decorate his quarters in Quinev.
There was no getting out of it. He
wanted and had started out to he a Pi Eta.
and ho cither had to liear the impost of
probationary misery or give up, withdraw
lus name and abandon all hoi of the dis
The preliminary teasing he had endured
told him plainly that if lie wanted mem
bership in the society he would have to
play launtleroy. t?o he wns not surprised
when the mandate came. He was ordered
to go forthwith and secure Fauntleroy
clothes to fit his now well developed figure
and wear thm until further notice. But
it was especially Imposed on him not to
omit any detail of the makeup. He must
go the whole figure.
And he went it He visited a high priced
tailor and ordered a suit of Fauntieroys
that would have made Klsie Leslie's heart
jump for joy. Short breeches, velvet collar
nnd all nothing was overlooked. His
haberdasher got some line, long. Mack silk
hose for him, and from a wigmakcr he se
cured a wig that was a wonder. It looked
like molten gold.
Fauntleroy waa as pretty as ever, only
bigger. And the word of the rulers was
that he should wear it nil, and thus work
out his title to membership.
Then the fun began. Wherever Fauntle
roy went the cry was mire to eo. It made
the students laugh and play to sec him
dressed up so.
In immaculate misery ho walked around,
and when the senior mcmlicrs smoothed
his shining locks he didn't dare -npier
cut"' or reach out with his left or do any
indelicate thing like that. He just had to
Vuile and smile and l a Fauntleroy still
-and a still F'auntlerrrr.
After he luid stood two dnys of cliaftine.
had been chucked under the chin and
pinched and tickled in the ribs for a "pret
ty boy" and a "sweet thing" and "too
cunnin," he took one of the prominent VI
Eta men to one side and told hint a sad
The guying was insufferable, he said.
Ordinarily he wouldn't mind it at all. but
It brought vividly to mind the thought cf
his brother, now dead, wlto, he aald, wat
really and truly the original Little Ijord
This took the listener entirely by sur
prise, but he swallowed the statement,
hook, bob and sinker, and the Faontieroy
banter ceased. But to this day there are
men in the society who cannot make up
their minds whet her the story was literally
and altogether true or not
The biggest "tear" that Fauntleroy has
ever made since he went to Harvard was
when Pi Eta, which ranks every whit as
high as the famous Hasty Pudding for
theatrical shows, produced its opera, "The
Alcalde." Burnett was cast for Gi tana,
the gypsy girl, nnd he covered himself
with rpanisb girl's clothes, face paint and
all sorts of glory.
Performances were given not only In
Cambirdge, but in Boston, Lynn and Sa
lem, and at all these places Burnett was
the drawing card. The Boston papers
fairly overran with humorous praise of
him. and theawful boy pretended he didn't
like it a bit
He was "made up" to a nicety, with
black tresses and a short skirt, and when
he sang and danced the way in which his
plump legs flew brought forth applause
galore. He was the heroine of the show,
and people who had seen in the Boston pa
pers pictures of him as Gitana shouted,
"There he Is!" "That's Little Fauntle
roy!" and cheered him to the echo.
A man who is finishing his second year
in college has not had time to pnsh very
prominently to the front, hut Burnett for
a sophomore is a youth of larcc acquaint
ance and wide popularity. Of course he
will be wanted in future Pi Eta shows,
nnd he will doubtless l:o one of the best
known men in 'US by tho time that class
comes around to Sander's theater for its
But even there fame will not let him
drop. He'll be Fauntleroy until he becomes
Miat well known and quaintest of crea
tures, "the oldest living graduate.'
A MATRIMONIAL PICNIC.
Cnlqne Kennlon of the Coaplea Married by
Rn. W. L. Meeae.
"The queon-st reunion in history" is
what the people call the proposed gather
ing to be held in Auburn, Ind., Aug. SO.
There are reunions and reunions, but this
is the most novel one of them all. It is to
be coniHised of the men and women who
have been united in marriage by Rev. W.
L. Meese during his ministry in Auburn.
They form a fair proportion of tlie popula
tion of Ih-kalh county, licsides being rep
resented in every state in the t'nion. This
novel idea has taken immensely with them,
and the pns)ects are that there will be a
gathering that will lie memorable.
For years l!ev. William L. Meese, or
Uncle Hilly, as he is familiarly railed, has
presided at a large share of tiie matrimo
nial ceremonies held in this county, and it
developed into a popular impression that
the thing was not properly done unless it
had his pious Ranct ion.
IJev. ileesd has no record of the conples
ho has married, but thinks the number
cannot be less than 1.50D. He announced
the idea of the reunion a short time ago,
and it was cordially received. It will be an
all day affair. A brass hand has been en
gaged to enliven tho occasion with music,
and a grand chorus of voices will assist it
Tho reunion will ho hold in a licautiful
"prove at the edge of tlie town. There will
be hammocks and swings and enough good
REV. W. I. S1EESE.
things to eat to make the hearts of the vis
itors glad. Intermingled with the music
will lie oratory and recitations, and the
finale will be a grand march led by tho
first couple married by Kev. Jlecse, They
are George .Swineford nnd wife (nee Belle
Hornberger). The newest married couple
will have tho honor of the left of the line,
and no one will venture to guess who they
will lie, as Rev. Meese has announced that
he will marry any one free on that day who
makes application. When the procession
lias reached the proper position, they will
"about face" and will lie taken by a local
camera man, who has been fortunate
enough to secure the exclusive right to the
For 40 years Mr. Meese has been a Meth
odist cxhorter and preacher in Dekalb
county, and in this time he has made the
acquaintance of nearly every man, woman
and child in tho county. He was twice
elected sheriff by an overwhelming vote.
His iHipularity with the country people
knows no bounds. He officiates at their
marriages and funerals and is consulted
in naming the newliorn children, nnd it
has been said some of them would actually
refuse to die unless they were assured that
Uncle Billy would officiate at their fu
nerals. Clima a Traa to Many.
When two Negritos, a people of the Phil
ippine islands, are united, tlie whole tribe
is assembled, and the affianced pair climb
two trees growing near to each other. The
ciders then bend the branches nntil the
heads of the couple meet When the heads
have thus come into contact, the marriage
Is legally accomplished and great rejoic
ings take place, a fantastic dance complet
ing the ceremony.
Crazed by the Lack of Snow.
One of the mwt prosperous lumber rut r-
ChjlIilS of Sj,nmr,-II1A : . nnM t.
- - .-v i i nil , ...i., 4a iu
insane asylum Im atise of a lack of snow
during the past winter. Last fall he took
big contracts to cnt and deliver lumber,
and after cutting it could not deliver it be
j cause there was no snow, a most unexpect
ed anu unusual contingencv. Disappoint
ruent and anxiety did the rest
Barreled Hlnuelf I p.
A South Brewer (Me.), milkman, who
was working in the Held behind his house,
a few days ago, crawled inside an empty
barrel to escape a shower and couldn't get
out again until his wife came to his aid
and cut the hucps.
An Kntrlish societv ladr is beinz ened
, for damages by a guest, a tuan, who st
hurt in the eievatur shaft in her Irrrnra
How Be Rebuked aa Offleer For Bit
One of Messrs. CasselFs publications
says that the late Charles Bradlaugh,
when in the British army, was orderly
room rlrrk, and a uewlv'arriTed officer
ont e entered the room whore lie was sit
ting at work and addressed to liim
some disconrtrons order. Private Brad
lacgli uck no notice. The rrderwas ir
priit. d with an onth. Still no move
ment. Then it came again, with some
foul words addtd. Tlie young soldier
rc( , drew himself to his full height,
aiul, walking np to the officer, bade
him leave tiie room or he would throw
him out. IK' WPiit accordingly, lint in a
few moments the grounding of muskets
was heard outside, the door oiAUed, and
the colonel walked iu, accompanied by
It was clear that the private soldier
had committed an act for which he
might be court inurtialcd, and as he
said once, "I ft It myself in a tight
place." The oftiivrniad;' his accusation,
and Private Biadlaugh was hidden to
explain. He asked that the officer
t-liould state the exact words in which
he had addressed him, and the other,
who had, after all, a touch of honor iu
hint,, gave the offensive sentence word
for word. Then Private Bradlangli said,
add it ssing tho colonel, that tlie officer's
nunioiy must snrcly be at fault in the
whole mutter, us lie could not have used
Iuuki-.uo f r.nNit,i!iin to an ofKcer
and a gentleman. Thccolout 1 tcrutd to
the ofih.tr with the dry remark: "I
think Private Brudlaugh is right. There
must be some mistake," and he left Uie
A New Antiseptic
We are willing to admit that the
Japanese can give us points on various
industries and uirrhaniral arts, but we
have scarcely been prepared for the an
nouncement that they aro ahead cf us
in certain points in surgery. Antiseptic
dressings are suuoiik the absolutely lier
cssury surgical appliances. There is
more or lt.s difficulty in preparing
them, and they are for the most part
expensive, and many of tliciu are not at
all satisfactory. During the war Jap
anese surgeons used the ashes of rice
Ftraw as a dressing for wounds, and
met with most n markable success. The
wound was cleaned, the ashes applied
freely, then sublimate gauze or linen
was used as a wrapping. These ashes
sac said to be arx rfict antiseptic, and
owe these totalities to tho piescncc of
potassium carbonate. English and Amer
ican snrgetms are trying this dressing,
and if it is as successful in their hands
tw in the Japanese, it certainly is a
wonderful stride in antiyrptio surgery,
and is unquestionably the cheapest
dressing that lias ever been prepared.
New York Ledger.
Not Quite Yet.
"Still patting np liiu buildings, I
Fee," said the stranger.
'Oh, yes," replied the native care
lessly. "Hmv do you do it now?" asked the
"How? I don't believe I understand
you," answered the native.
"Why, I have heard so many remark
able tilings about your methods of con
struction and the improvements that
have been made in them," said the
stranger, "that Ididu't know I wasn't
quite sure that that"
"Well? That what?"
"That you hadn't reached a point
where you begin at a cloud and build
"Xo-a Not yet," returned the na
tive thoughtfully. "But we're getting
here." Chicago Post
The fox had jumped and jumped
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"Dear me!" he remarked airily.
"How careless of me not to notice that
they were not edible grapes, but good
only to make into table d'hote wine,"
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The nndaralmad harlnc been anoolnted adnfn.
ttralrix of tne eetaie of Wubeim Hirdrr,
late of the eontit of Hook 1.1a th!
etate or Illinois, deotaeed. hereby cine notice
bat .he w;il appear before the county court
of Knck I.land county, at the otfic. of the clerk
Mid enn, la the city of Rnck Island, at the
Oct .Imt term, on the drat Nonday in OrtolHr
ncx at which time all r-ronn havine ela'm
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Dated this sh day of Jaly A, P., Its.
Aiuikia FAMiata. Admiautralrix.
STATU OF TLLlSOlS. I
Knca Iud Coumtt. 1
In the circuit court, to the Sauember trim. A.
Uuriall r. Clio. va. Ella Baker In attachment
PiiMir iniirr-1 kere'iT (iVf-n In tne aid kilt
Baker that a writ -of atlarhaieut laami
om of tt,r oif.ce of tu- rlrrk ot the circuit court
ft hecfc Inland ennmy, dated tb Mini day of
Marrli. A li.. Ism,, at tne .alt uf the eml.i
tudal.a Ollu. ai.d a-'ainat the rsiale .f
thr aid k'la Hakrr for llw mmwm of tra In..
.red ami iw-nty iir d.Hlim, t.uA) directed
'"r rim o' ra'u n.-CK i-i.ihI o nuty, Willi k
eeid writ bis n n-lurn-d executed.
And an order havine entered of rrcwd In aa'd
rouM at tlie Mar term, lt. jheroof, t'ial said
Now, i Ik -refme. unices you. the .aid Ella Baker,
f ball personally be ard ai pear before Hit raid
circuit co nt of Rock lalatid county on the nr.!
la of the next term t ereof, t.i be holcrn at
the court house In thr city of Hork l)nd.
in .aid county, on the rt Monday of September.
A. II . give epcrial bail and plrad to thr .aid
pinintifl". a i:on. jiiuzment will he em. ri
aira'2.1 you. and in faor of the aid Undalia
r. I'e'.lu.. and ao rcn h of the imper.y a-
ai ... am iiiim w punii ii iii ill a.iiry n
ju.lcmrnl and corl. will be Mild to aati.fy the
aunn-. GEOI.'lifC W. tiAMBLE. Clerk
KeEMhV i M tMBV, riaiatia. Attorney..
July 19. A. 1JS.
8TAT1 OP ILLINOIS,
Booa Iblabd CotrsTT,
'"lsw!" Circuil eonrt September term, A. D.
In rj petition of Rock Ialand and Kaatern lilt,
noit Kailwar company to condemn rii.'ht of war
Affldarit of the nou-rerldence of the defenc-
i1,'1.'; Vr,A ' ..Fa.r'"' "' Wadaworth.
William C. Wail-wo tb, Kate Fruer, Hear.
Fiawr. .fo..iliiiie lviiigrrw and I'rt'icrew
(her husiitiiMli. liavinir been lilrd In the c era'eof
tl of Hi. eio nil court i.fM d couuly. no-ice la
hen fore brn-hy riven to the .aid non-roi-dent
defendant that the petitioner filed li.
priition In said court, on the chancery aide there
of, on l lie iweiitv-n nlh (SOidayof Mav, ihhs, end
that thereupon a .ummnns leaned nut of aald
court, wht reiu raid suit I. now peadinx. retarna
hle on the fir.t Monday In the month of Septem
ber next a. i by law required.
Now. unless you the Mid Don-reetdrot de
fendant abo.e named, Peter Fa.reM. anna U
Wad.wmtb. William O Wad.wonh, Kate Fraeer.
Henry Fraeer, JoM-phine Fettiarew and Petti
u rvw.sh&ll nersouatlT be and arniear hofnr.
cult court on tbe f rut day of the next tern there-
oi. oe noioen at Koca island In and for the aaid
couiity.orjthefiret Monday in Sealerober nexuand
plead, answer or demur to tbe eatd petltlonrra'
pe'ifon, the .une and the mailere and
thinir. ti erein chargrd and stated will he taken
aa confessed, amt a decree ci.tr red againat you
according to the praver of .aid bill.
Kock Ialand, ilL, July SSi, 1896.
koaB W. Gauaia. Clerk.
nA Buroao., Complainant's ooltdtora
in the cirruit court of said county, at the bVptem
Caroline Southerd. Diana Irwin, Emma tne
Stimtrinfl v.. Mary LaForec, Andrew J. t,i.ht.
Jo ph Llcht, Mary Millard. Banna Hartwell' c
W L'tlit, Louisa ooinctnn. Lunnda Hodkin
aon, J.i in Liijht, Rohcri Light, atlneola Ander
on, Charles A. Light, John B. Liifht, llarthi
Lhiht. Kenerca 8. bul r.. William F. Lurbu Hubert
A. Liirlit, Aunie Liriit, barah M. Deal, Jane
rannnera. hinma liwu, B. ;. LlKht. Anna A. Tel
lmtt. f lim-ncr l.iam. Biatle E. Lieut, Ja W.
Light, William Dui-inhcrry and William llurin
brrry. ailmlrni't iaior of the estate of Jureuh
Affidavit of Hon reeldeuee of Wary LaVorfe.
Andrew .1. I.iht. Joai-plt Lieht, Mary Millard,
Emma Ilartwel'.C W. Licet. Lonl (oddine
ton. Luclnda Hodkinson, ttHtn l.irht, Hubert
Light. Mineola Andtraon. harle A.'l.iirht, John
B. Llf.'ht. Reheoca 8chulr, William F. Lcht,
Knb, rt A. l.iphu Annie Lli-ht. Ha rah M. Deal
Jane Sam. der.. Kmma Kinit, B. c. Llht. Anna
A Talboit. Florrnce l.icln. Matte E. Lurbt, Jay
W. l.irht. the above defendanta havlnn been filed
in I lie clerk's offlee of the circuit court of raid
county, notice te hereby given to tbe aaid note
resident defendants that the complainant filed
their bill of complaint in aaid court, on the chan
cery ride thereof, on the xth day of Mar. lWaj. and
that tbrrvvpon a aitmmona ierued out of eatd
court, wherein .aid .uit I. now pendina. returna
ble on the flrt Siouday In the month of September
next, a. ia by law required. Now. anleaa you.
the raid non-reaident defendants above namod,
shall personally be ard appear before the raid
circuit court on the first dsy of the next term
thereof, to be hoiden at Hock Island In and
tor the said count., on tho - flnt Monday in
September next, and plead, answer or demur to
the aaid complainant, bill of complaint, the same
and the matter and thince therein charwed
and stated will be taken aa confeeecd, and a
decree entered against job according- to the
prayer of aaid bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Boak Island, 11L, July 17, ISWS.
Wn.iua Mi Ekibt.
STATE OF ILLINOIS, I
Hock Islawd CoinrrT,
IntheOtrenit court la chanesry, skpteatbar
unn, a. u ion.
John W. Johnston v.. El za Jnhnrton. Franet.
Jiihueion, Margaret Johnston, John Johnston,
klir.a Juba.ton, Frank Smith. Samuel smith. Al
Mosher. Moaner. Matilda Kemp.
He in p. Joephlne Jehn.lon, Benry Johnston, i
W. Jobneion. ktarta Johanna, Martha Johnston
uuu U. mmiuii, r.ua .ouuaion. Anna Pitanan.
I'liman, l-.l!nn.Mb Fib-simmoiia, A.h
rnzaimmona. itarnei Jonnmon. William John
ston, Tfcotnaa Johnston. Miles W. LMmr, Wil
liam Jobnaton euan.ian of N lr W ll.px..
minor. Ka- he! Johnaion. Tboma Johnsum. John
iiuicninson, nary niitrBinMm. Joseph Uutcbln-
-". a. nuicninaoo. rtonrrt uutckineon,
Piunie iliitchlnirrn. I bnmca llulchinaon Cmm.
MutchinMia, William Hutcbiraon, NoraHnt liln-
soo. nrnry llu clnneon. Mary liarbinon.
Maiilaa ttmiib, Ja.Tie. smith, the unknown hem
or devmees of Thomas Jobnaton. deeaed. tbe
unknown owner of tbe wise one-half of the
enntb-east nuarter or section number twent.aia
H in township number aixtaea li north of
ranjre no row r two wenoi toe rourih r. fa. ia il
rouuiyot iur i.isnn and tute of lllitois. Bill
to eot.stroe and correct will.
To the above aaaaed de'endanta. klluJ.An-
fon, Franel. Job-eioo. atarcarrt Jobr.aum. John
J'-bntton. Kitea Johnston. Frank mttb. Mmwl
Smith. Al Mother. Moaner, MaUMa Itt-mp,
n,emp. orpniue eonasron, Henry J'.nna
toti. J W Jot.B.'nn. Maria Johnston. John L.
Johnvtoti, E'la Jobnsson, Aama Fiunan.
Prnian. HiMThel Johnston, thomaa Johneton.
Jinn IIa'cbtnon. Mary nutralnann. Jnwrih
Hutchlneon Maria ret Uutcblnson, Kohert lluteb
inson, f :nnie Uutohinsoa. 1 hum as llulchiiaon.
Emma Hntcblnson. William llntrinMm. Nora
llaichmsoa. Henry Hotchiiyn, htary E. Hank
in -on Ma ilda smith. Jamas Sail in. tbe onkaowra
hs'rs or rtrviaee. r.f Thoma. John.ion. dee aat.
tbe anknowa owner, of tbe west half of th
sootneaat quarter of suction anmaer twen'r-eix
fan. In township numS-r si-teen ils). noith of
nanae nansner two It) west or Umi Fourth princi
pal mend-ao in the county oT Uotk Island and
Amlsrlt of 3 uur nuL-resiiicDos bavlnc bare
(led in the office of the ciers of said dieuit
court, notiee Is hereby tvea to row and each of
you. that tbe a-jov iiaated e oiplainani. ha tied
in .aid court te. hill of romp'amt against you on
tbe i bar eery s'deof said court, ana a auasasoa
la cnaaierry has been lasued ia said caaa
ain.t yu retnrcahl to tbe next term nf aald
conn, to be h -ra a d boptea at tbe eonrt haw
in the ritr rd Bock I. 'and la .aid ennnty on tbe
rsi aioricay m neMemirr J . 1J , new at wni'-
time and elare ten will appear and pta-ad. aarwer
or demur to aid hall of c pielni it yaai .- St.
Dated at hVnea lalaal. IILsoia, thai U)ib day of
July, A. lv.Si. ' -
f;coaoa W. Aauaia. (Vrk. ,
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THROUGH CAR SERVICE
Lines east of Pecria carry throngh
coaches and sleeping oars on Bight
trains to prinoiple cities.
Gen. Ticket Agent.
PURITY A5D EXCEajLEKCE
IS TBE MOTTO AT
Tmportrr aad who '.ess Is dealer.
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host of f aaUiUoa,
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