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iwliidler wludlernamOO named ttoiclll whoso Vholo Vholorm wholorim bolo bolorIm
rIm rm In life se seams ms to have be been n to beno benot
t poor children who like himself were vrerocripples werocrllllies werecripples
cripples Originally possessed of a aemail aImall asmall
email fortune lie practically beggared beggaredbltnielf beggaredblmelt beggaredhimself
himself with tills thl most worthy object objectBut objectDut objectBut
But there of course be should have havetopped havetopped havestopped
topped Instead of doing BO however lioworerho how howeverIle ver verho
ho embarked on a series of gigantic giganticfrauds glgllaUctMluds giganticfrauds
frauds by which he became possessed possessedof
of many tens of thousands of pound poundwlilch poundlwblcb poundwhich
which he devoted to tile lie cause of crip cripples cripples crippies ¬
ples The disinterestedness dlslntest dness of tho mo UNtlvo moUvo motivo
tlvo for ills crimes Is established by the thefact thetact thefact
fact that ho himself lived most frugal frugally trugalIyln ¬
ly Iyln In qulto humble circumstances while whilehe wbllobe whilohe
he was dispensing thousands of pound poundIn pOllndsIn
In charity every eve I penny of his 111 gotten gottengains gottengains gottengains
gains going In this wny Hundreds of ofcripples otcrIpple ofcripples
cripples and other suffering children childrenlearned childrenlellrn childrenlearned
learned lellrn d to bless his name nnd It Is es estimated estimated estimated ¬
timated that he gave away between b tween
180000 and 00000 to relieve relieve tho t e suf sufferings sufferings ut utterln8 ¬
ferings nnd brighten tho lives of those thosewhom tbosewbom thosewhom
whom Ood had not made straight straightDuring strnlghtDuring straightfluting
During his somewhat brief career careeras careeras careeras
as a man of wealth Hedpntb the rail railway railwny railway ¬
way clerk who swindled his employ employers ¬
ers of nearly a quarter of a million millionpounds mllllopound mllllotipounds
pounds by means of forged stock cer certificates certltlcates certifleatee ¬
tificates dispensed dl ned a very consider considerable conlderable considerable ¬
able sum of money In charity Lead Leading Leadhlg Leadlag ¬
lag a double life and out of otOce otOcehours otftcohours otflcehours
hours posing as a successful financier financierbe
he was constantly applied to by his hisacquaintances hisacqualntanco hisacquaintances
acquaintances to assist charities In Inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which they were Interested and he behelped hehelped hehelped
helped others as generously as4be lIIIhe bad badhelped hadhelped badhelped
helped himself To beggars he rarely rarelygave rarelygave rarelygave
gave less than a sovereign and time timeupon timeupon timeupon
upon time he went slumming in or order order order ¬
der to help cases of distress distressOut dltreleDut distressBut
Out It cannot of course be asserted assertedthat lIsertedthat assertedthat
that his gigantic frauds were operated operatedby operatedby
by him with the object of being char charitable chnrItable charItable ¬
itable Ho was undoubtedly generous generousand generousIInd generousand
and the total amount of money ho gave gaveaway gavenwayln gaveaway
away nwayln In charity would have kept him himIn himIn himin
In luxury 1uxul all his life Palmer the thedaring thedaring thedaring
daring burglar It would seem em embarked embmrkOO embarked ¬
barked on his wonderfully successful successfulcareer euccossrulcareer successfulcareer
career of crime solely from perverted pervertedphilanthropic pervertedplallanthrople pervertedphilanthropic
philanthropic motives He lived humbly humblyand humblynnd humblyand
and gave away al all he stole Iledpath Iledpathlived lIedpathlived Itedpathlived
lived In such lu h lordly lordlYltyle style that one won wonders wondora vondors ¬
dora that belshould he bedshould hould have managed to toescape toIIClipe toescape
escape detection for so long as ten tenyears tenrears tenyears
years yearsPalmer rearsPalmer yearsPalmer
Palmer was without doubt the most mostsuccessful mOltluccusrul mostsuccessful
successful burglar England bas ever everknown everknown everknown
known not only because his hauls haulswere baulswere haulswere
were generally rich but because dur during dnrInga during ¬
ing Inga a whole decade of systematic systematiccrime systematiccrime ystematlccrime
crime he never never once fell rellinto Into the bands bandsof handaat handsof
of the police It Is estimated that be beacquired beacquired heacquired
acquired more than 100000 100000 In the thecourse thecourse thecourse
course of his hI career and almost every everypenny eTt17penny everypenny
penny of this was given away 11111 In char charity charUT charsty ¬
sty Norwich where he lived IIvedowlI IIvedowlIWm owes oweshim owehim
him a debtor debt or gratitude It Is not likely likelyquickly likelyquickly likelyquickly
quickly to forget for his benefactions benefactionsIn
In that town alone ran Into tens of ofthousands atthouands ofthousands
thousands of pounds Xo local case of ofdistress atdlltress ofdistress
distress ever came under his notice noticewithout noticewithout noticewithout
without receiving help from him The Theold Tbeold Theold
old and crippled particularly evoked evokedbis evokedhll evokedhi
bis hi charity and It Is mid that be spent spentupward srentupwllrd spentupward
upward of 00000 In establishing c an onInfirmary anInfirmary anInfirmary
Infirmary InfirmaryIn
In no small measure was It duo to tobis tohll tohis
his charitable propensities that Klnt Klntthe 1 KIntthe lnt lntthe
the famous bank clerk who wh > > robbed robtcJthe robbedthe robbedthe
the Bank of Belgfnm of nearly a mil million million mtllion ¬
lion of money drifted on his career of ofcrime otcrime ofcame
crime It was hIs ambition to be a agreat agreat agreat
great philanthropist but as a a bank bankcleric banklerk bankQIerk
cleric he had not the means and hop hopIng hopIng hopIhg
Ing to get rich quickly he went In for forrash torrash forrash
rash speculations Losing ho robbed robbedbis robbedhis robbedhis
his employers em plaTers to obtain the money moneywith mon moneywith y ywltb
with which to pay pa his account and to tomake tomake tomake
make another attempt lie found It Itcomparatively ItcomparatIvely itcomparattvely
comparatively easy ea to get hold of large largesums largeums largesums
sums of money in this thllwaT way and be bewent bowent bewent
went on stealing teallngnot not only to pay hIs bislosses hislosses I
losses but also to obtain funds with withwhich withwhIch withwhich
which to be charitable while he was waswaiting waewaiting waswaiting
waiting for a great stroke of luck to tomake tomake tomake
make him rich and thus repay his bor borrowings borrowings borrowings ¬
rowings rowingsLuck rowingsLuck rowingsLuck
Luck however was against him himand himand himand
and ono day he awoke to the fact that thatbe thnthe thathe
he had In all robbed tho bank of near nearly nearly nearly ¬
ly 1000000 which he could never neverhope neverhope neverhope
hope to repay Discovery being In Inevitable Inevltable Inevltable ¬
evltable be fled tl d only however to be becaught beellught becaught
caught and sentenced to fifteen years yearsImprisonment TenrsJmprllonment yearsImprisonment
ImprisonmentMllroau Imprisonment ImprisonmentMllreau JmprllonmentMllreau
Mllreau who was Bald to have been beenconnected bcenconnected beenconnected
connected with some of the best feral families tamllies ferallies ¬
lies In Franco and to have possessed possessedconsiderable P08SlIISedconsll1erablomean possessedconsiderable
considerable consll1erablomean means until ruined by bytho bytho bythe
tho Panama canal disaster was ono of oftho attho ofthe
tho best friends tho beggars of Paris Parisever Parisevcr Parisever
ever had and to obtain funds for help helping helptag helplog ¬
tag them lie became a systematicthief systematicthieflie systematle thief thiefHe
lie used to frequent the fashionable fashionablestreets tashlonablestreels fashionablestreets
streets during the day and pick pock pockpU pockpts pockpta
pU and by night dressed In ragged raggedclothes raggoo1c10thes raggedklothcs
clothes ho dispensed tho spoils to the thefirst tilefirst thefirst
first beggars bo met For years he becontinued hecontinuClI hecontinued
continued the practice without being beingsuspected beingauspectcd beingsuspected
suspected and It was by b pure chance chancethat chancethat chancethat
that be eventually did fall into the thebands thehllnds thehands
bands of tie tie police When his lodgtqgs lodgtqgswere 10dglQgwere lodgiggswere
were searched sufficiently empty emptyparses emptypursell emptypurses
parses were found to fill a largo pack packIng packlair packlug
lair case and audit It was made clear that be bebad bebad hebad
bad stolen hundreds of watches and andscarfplns IIndscartpln andscarfpins
scarfplns while he bad leen Iteenpinching Iteenpinchingand pinching pinchingand plnchlagand
and contriving to live a respectable respectableman respectableniaa
man oh on a tew franc a 1 week saved savedfrom snvedtrom savedfrom
from the ruin of his fortune tortuneLondon tortuneLondonTltDlts fortuneLondonTtt London LondonTitBits
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be gave you Hnrgriretho 1argaretheCertalbly 1argaretheCertalblynot faflln > UleOrtJIlnly UleOrtJIlnlynot Ortalhly Ortalhlynot
not I dont care for Harry any more morebut morehut morebut
but my feelings have n not < t changed to toward towanI towand ¬
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Tli The SlmllirKr of III Ills Method In InWlndlnc I IVlttdln Inwinding
winding Vlttdln ft > IH Ills Plod PlodIt 101It PlotIt
It is curious what n penchant Dick Dickens Dickpna Dickens ¬
ens had for certain melodramatic situ situatlonx situatloM situuations
atlonx which seemed s med to his fancy so BOtolling sotoiling sotolling
tolling that ho repeated and reproduced reproducedthem reproducldtbcm reproducedthem
them many times over That bis works worksare worksare worksare
are all dramatic and conceived In the thetrue thetrue thetrue
true spirit of tho stage is plain from fromthe fromtbe fromthe
the vast list of adaptaUoic adaptaUo Each Eachstory Eachetory Eachstory
story has been adapted again and andagain anl1ag1111 antiagain
again and will bear the process adml admirably admlrllIJ11 admlrably ¬
rably rablyOuo rllIJ11OUo rablyOne
Ouo method for winding up his plot plotto plotto plotto
to which bo was excessively partial partialwas partialwall partialwas
was the unmasking of the villain ow owing owIng owlag ¬
ing to tbo betrayal of some confeder confederate ¬
ate The parties are generally brought broughttogether broughttogether broughttogether
together In a room by the more virtu virtuous virtuoils IrtllOilS ¬
OilS members The confederate then thenemerges thenemerges thenemerges
emerges from his concealment and tells tellsa
a long story of villainy villain We have this thisdenouement tbls11enollemellt tbisdenouement
denouement first in Oliver Twist Twistwhere Twistfblro Twistwhere
where Monks Monkllmakcs makes his revelations revelationsIn
In Nlcklcby Ilalph lIal > 4 Is confronted with withtbo wltbtbe withthe
the man Hnawlcy and Bquecrs In InTho InTho InTlie
Tho Old Curiosity Sbop Qullp Is elm similarly slm1I0rl elmllarly ¬
ilarly 1I0rl exposed In Ilarnaby lIarnllb nudge nudgeHaredalo lIudgelIareliolo RudgeIIaretlalo
Haredalo forces bis hereditary herldltal enemy enemyto
to make revelations In Cbuzzlewlt CbuzzlewltJonas CbuzzlewWJonal ChuzziewitJonas
Jonas is I confronted with another be betrayer botrorer hotrayer ¬
trayer In CopperOcld Uriah Ileep
Is denounced and nnlllxposed exposed by Mr Ml Mlcawber Micawber IIIcllwlJer
cawber In Bleak House Lady L1I11 Dell Dcdlock Delllock fledlock
lock Is i similarly tracked In nearly all alltho allthe allthe
the cases the guilty person goes gocsot off and andcommits nndcommit andcommits
commits suicide sulcldeLol1llon London Spectator SpectatorTHE SpectatorTHE SpcctotorTHE
THE FLUTED COLUMN COLUMNWlir COLUMNWlIJ COLUMNw17
Wlir Ih the < lie Greek Adopted opl ThU Tb Form Formfu Formh FormIn
fu h Their Th Architecture ArchitectureThe rehlllarTho
The Greeks observed that tbllta a a smooth smoothcolumn smoothcoluwn smoothcolumn
column melted in tho light and that its itslines Italilies it itlines
lines were vague and uncertain writes writesJean wrItesJean writesJean
Jean Scbocpfcr In the Architectural Architecturalccord Architecturalccord Architecturaleconl
ccord Magazine In order to restore restores reI tore toreS
s s definiteness they conceived the Idea Ideaof Ideaor ideaof
of fluting it The sharp ridges of the tboflutlngs tbet1utlnll9 theflutings
flutings catching the light contrasted contrastedwith contrastedwltb contrastedwith
with the dark hollows thus giving givingbody glllIgbody givingbody
body to the column and emphasizing emphasizingthe
the vertical outline of tho edifice edificewhence edl edificewheneo ce cewbenco
whence a double advantage This dis discovery dllcovery dl dlcovery ¬
covery could never have been madp on onpaper onpaper onpaper
paper paperThen paperThen paperThen
Then ns the abacus of tbo capital capitalcasts calltlllcosts capitalcasts
casts n shadow upon tho top of the thecolumn thecolumn thecolumn
column the junction of capital and col column column columu ¬
umn becomes Indistinct To restore the thenecessary tbenec thenecessary
necessary nec snry effect the Greek cuts several severaldeep seeraldecp severaldeep
deep lines lIacsat at tho point of junction and andto IIndto andto
to emphasize them be paints them in a adark adark adark
dark tone Even the curve of the cir circular clrcullir drcular ¬
cular torus carrying the abacus Is so sodesigned sodesllDoo sodesigned
designed that the bright light striking strikingupon strlklugUpOIl strikiugupon
upon tho relief shall fade into a shaded shadedhalf shadedbolt shadedhalf
half tint toward tho hollow Thus as asVlollct a aIollet asVlollet
Vlollct Iollet la Due truly says says tho Greek Greekpreserves Oreekpreserves Greekpreserves
preserves even In appearance tho forms formswhich tormllwhlcb formswhich
which his hI reason tells tell I him to adopt as asbeing asbeln asbeing
being beln the best and most enduring enduringA endurlnA
A GORGEOUS SIGHT SIGHTThe
The Way an n Eskimo Belle DeU Look LooUWhen Loa LoaWben LookWhen
When Drctntd Ior a Dance DanceWhen Dan DanWhen DanceWhen
When an Eskimo young lady goes to toa toa toa
a ball she he is a gorgeous sight to gaze gateupon gazeUpOII gazeupon
upon A traveler reports just bow howbelle a abelle abelle
belle was dressed on such an occasion occasionHer occalonlIer occasionher
Her dress was made of the intestines intestinesof
of a seal eal split and sewed together togetherThis tOlletherThis togetherThis
This makes a transparent garment and andthe andthe andthe
the girl trimmed it with elaborate em embroidery emhrolllery embroidery ¬
broidery of colored worsteds worst dl and andfringed andtrlngedtt andfringed
fringed trlngedtt It with strings trln of beads Her Hertrousers nertrou Hertrousers
trousers trou rs were white and made of Si Siberian SIberlnn Sihenna ¬
henna reindeer skin embroidered with withstrips wIthatrlp withsteps
strips of wolf skin Her hair was wasbraided wasbrlllded wasbraided
braided on each side with strips of ofwolf otwolf ofwolf
wolf skin and strips of bead Heavy Heavynecklaces lJellvrnecklacell heavynecklaces
necklaces and pendants ot beads and andteeth andteeth andteeth
teeth of animals hung around her neck neckand necknd neckand
and nd over her shoulders shouldersSnow shouldersSnow bouldersSno
Snow Sno white gloves made of fawn fawniktn tawnkln fawnskin
skin were on her hands These fitted fittedperfectly fittedperrectly fittedperfectly
perfectly and were ornamented with withstrips wltbtrlplI withstrips
strips of skin from some animal aalmalper aalmalperhllps animalperhops per perhaps ¬
haps the sea seal To complete this elab elaborate elaborllte daborate ¬
orate outfit this Eskimo belle carried carriedlong carriedlong carriedlong
long eagle feathers one In each hand bandwhich handwblcb handwhich
which she waved ax she danced dancedWashington dancedWablngton dancedWashington
Washington Star StarGet StarGet
Get Outdoor OutdoorGet OaldooOet OutdoorGet
Get outdoors and you wont need to totake totake totake
take sleep opiates It Is a palpable fact factthat tnctthat factthat
that we cant be out In the fresh air airand aIrand airand
and sunshine very fOl long before feeling feelingan
an inclination to drowsiness Isnt it itthe Ittho itthe
the easiest ealesttblngln thing In the world to lie Medown liedown liedown
down In a sunny field with n handker handkerchief handkerchlet bandkerchief ¬
chief over your face and fall asleep asleepAnd asleepAnd asleepAnd
And If you have ever crossed cro lIed the theocean theocean theocean
ocean you must have noticed how the thefresh tbetreRh thefresh
fresh breezes and the suns rays set setthe settho setthe
the passengers po engers dozing in their chair chairSunlight challSunllgbt chairSunlight >
Sunlight and air are natures own rem remedies rrnCtlleB reniedles ¬
edies for sleeplessness and If insomnia insomniapatients tnsomnlopatients insomniapatients
patients could take a good course ot otthis ofthllJ etthis
this treatment they would need no pop poppy popJlY poppy ¬
py juices Jul
The T Cormorant CormorantTho CormoranlTIle CormorantTho
Tho cormorant Is trained by the Chi Chinese ChlnCso Clilnose ¬
nose as a fishing bird A ring rln Is placed placedround plncedarouDl1 placedaround
round tbo birds neck which prevents preventsit
it from swallowing tbo fish It has hastaken hastaken hastaken
taken Ono Chinaman will utilize a adozen adozen adozen
dozen of these the e birds during durin the days daysfishing daysfishing
fishing 11 hln sending them under the water waterin wllterIn waterin
in regular gular succession They wero for formerly formerIt formerly ¬
merly used in the same manner in inEngland InEnglnnll inEngland
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health HSU It must be kept In good order A COLD Is considered or no Impor
tAnce Wll yet If It WiTB Will known iWii1 by Ti It its proper name or throat Inflammation InfllmlaUonor
or congestion of the lungs Its dangerous character would be appre IPprllelated ¬
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