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Consolation COnsoia dolation i on fot fotM for the thene x xMotortess
ne Motortess MotortessBy M ot rless rlessBy
T f By tho Editor of of o the New York Sun SunOST SunOST
OST of us have heard from fr m lips convinced of their own truth truththe truththo truththe
the tale which the Kennebeo Journal tells of a solid but butsportive butM butis
is sportive Dlrlgo settlement settlementI settlementOno settlementOne
M I One Bangor man of wealth solid sense and unques unquestioned unquestloned unquesHoned ¬
Honed veracity declares that twentyone Bangoreans have havethis havea ave avethis
a this year mortgaged their dwelling houses to buy nut automo automobiles automabiles ° mo mobiles
biles Another man who also stands high says twentynine twentynineBangor twentynlnbDangor twentytfnbBangor
Bangor residences have been hocked so to speak to raise raisethe raiseI raisethe raisethe
the price of gas wagons wagonsFor wagonsFor
4 I For Bangor substitute Brockton Mass or Burlington N J or Kingston KingstonNi KingstontN
tN Ni N Y or Kankakee 111 or almost any prosperous place Usually the author authority authOrft1 authority ¬
ity Is a bank president or director somebody who Is in a a position to know knowsomebody knOWI8Omebody knowsomebody
of ofr ofdeeds ofdeeds ofdeeds
somebody who has seen the checks and papers passed The recorder
deeds is not appealed to It Is his business to shut up and he cant know for forwhat forwbat forwhat
r what purpose the mortgagor borrows The bank officers themselves are retl retland retlcent retis
s cent In the first person They are quoted So long as the Interest 18 paid paidnad paidand
+ and the security has not depreciated they may not view tho mortgage bought boughtautomobile bought1ut boughtautomobile
automobile 1ut moblle with alarm To them it is s merely a sign of extravagance and nndas Bndas andas
as such divers watchmen on the towers of financo have duly moralized about aboutAlready aboutal aboutAlready
Already AlreadyNot al AlreadyNot dy dyNot
Not the economic but the th sociological aspects of the transaction allure allurens
ns If wo are a little sceptical about the fact it is only because ecause tho western westernbusiness westernbulilnes8 westerni
i business men were off with their mortgages before they were on with their theirdevil theirdovU theirdovil
devil wjgonsj and becauso in the East well bubbled as it is the number of ofthese oftbelle oftheso
these fiery chariots is so small compared with that of mortgages What Is Islome IsIi ishome
Ii home without wlthouta a mortgage would bo a general question if the hypothecation hypothecationof
of the hormc Jlo haincwo ctoo TWO offer the phrase gratis to Mr Bryan there is a good Chnu Cbnulauqua ChnutAuqua Chnur
r lauqua lecture In It Itfor for the automobile had become a habit It is a mistake mistaketo
> r i to suppose thatn home is a necessity Why not board In this town thehome the tholIome theborne
t home of ofmost most men is a piece of a tenement house called or not called by moreIuxurloua more moreluxurious moreuxurl
luxurious uxurl U names You cant mortgage your home Our brethren the country countrynice lOuntrYr
r l nice are are luckierhitherto luckier luckierHIthprto luckiert
hitherto a smack of ostentation of predatory and unpermltted wealth ealth has haslung hilsclung hasclung
t of ofthose ofoe ofthose
clung tQ the thl motor car Those of US uswho who have been choked with the dust
those oe presumably plutocratic wheels havo felt tho moral superiority of our po poaltlon poJllUon positlou
altlon and yet perhaps not without stirrings of the moral bile The rich richthe richthe richthe
the new rich confound ostentation insolence of wealth flaunting wealththese wealth wealththese wealthi
i these fellows fellow that have to advertise themselves by a ten thousand dollar ma machine machJno machine ¬
chine thank are good enough for us usbetter usbetter usbetter
goodness horses horsesshanks shanks mare usually usual1YBre
better be poor than vulgar and so forth forthNow forthNow forthNow
Now the automobllcless can not only look l ok down upon but pity the themaniac thomaniac themaniac
maniac at the wheel The bigger the automobile the bigger the mortgage I Ido Ido Ido
do pity his poor wife they say they dont have enough to eat well I Ican can pay paymy paymy paymy
my debts d bts if f cant keep a chauffeur Thus the man on foot can regard with without without without ¬
out animosity the roar of the thundering car carGreed car carI carfGe carg
I g t tr1wl4Jb
fGe r1wl4Jb Greed Causes Caus s u ui Wars WarsBy
i By Rabbi Emil G Hirsch HlrschN HirschHfl
06 Hfl < > > N time of war one would think think every nation na lon had a different dlffereati differentGod
1 f God for they all pray to their God that that victory may perch perchupon perchupon perchupon
upon their banners It nations n tlons would remember there Is Isonly 18 18only isonly
I i only one God for all could they ask Him to bless their arms armsthereby armsthereby
i thereby Implying that tho arms of the other nation should shouldr shouldO40g
O40g 44 not be blessed If every man manls Is Gods child then wo woo shouldhave shouldhave should shouldhave
r have no wars on this earth earth9444Qtt carthLet earthLet
9444Qtt Let us be honest and not try to deceive ourselves with withthe withthe withthe
the idea we go Jo o war from a humanitarian standpoint This Thiscountry Thiscountry Thiscountry
country went to war with Spain because becausewe we said we could not tolerate the thejjfe theabuses the theI
jjfe ° abuses the Spaniards were inflicting on Cuba How is it then that when the theT theoUlrges theoutrages
I T outrages In Russia had startled thq whole world we did not demand that they theyf1 theyCOil theycease
± f1 < cease COil cease No we ro knew kne Spain was a little boy and we could turn him over ana anagive anc1ctve andr
r give him something on the other side But Russia is a giant and nd we are not notf nothuman nothumanitarians
f human humanitarians tarlans in that case caseThe elIseThe caseI
I The American nation is not a greater hypocrite than any other nation nationperhaps naUonperhaps
1 perhaps not so great but let all the nations repent Greed is behind all these theselapses theselapses theselapses
lapses from grace when one nation goes to war with another Yes have a abis abIg aI
bIg stick but speak softly sottl When you have a big stick stick you are not likely likelyto likelyto likelyto
I to speak softly What Is the use of a t big stick if you dont use it iti ItT ItTWe ItWe
i We want peace and it will come for the worlds conscience is aroused arousedi arousec1and
i i and the common people know they are fit for something somethlnrbetter betterthan better than to be fed fedto fedto fedto
to the cannons mouth mouthB
t g gS >
r r Gtt GttWhy
S Why Breathing BreathingIs reath ng ngIs
> Is Even More Essential Than a Beautiful BeautifulVoice 1 1h
1 1 h Voice for Perfect Singing SingingwqwU SIngIngcI
wqwU cI By Xelllo ellio Melba CSJb GW G + JP4lP < VI VICANNOT > ° s sCANNOT J Ji 1 1j 1CANNOT
CANNOT too forcibly insist that the mere possession of a alovely 1 1lovely alovely
lovely voice Is only the basis of vocal art Nature Natureocct NatureocctI coca occasionally ¬
J sionally startles one by the prodigality of If her gifts but no nostudent nostudent
I I student has any right to expect to sing by inspiration any anymore anymore anymore
more than an athlete may expect to win a race because he Is IsT Isf isyy
f H T naturally fleet of o foot footjii tootMethods footMethods
Methods of breathing attack and the use of the theregisters theto
registers must all be perfectly understood by the successful successfulsinger successfulsinger
> to i
T T singer who should likewise be complete master of all da datalls d di detail
i tail t qs relating to the structure and use of those parts above the voice box and Rndbe andbe
1 be > e Convinced JOn lnced of the necessity of a perfectly controlled chest expansion In the theproduction thelIr thes theproduction
B s lIr production 4uctJon of tone toneFor toner >
i r For perfect singing correct breathing strange as It may sound Is even eveninord evenlt evenr
r lt f snore essential than a beautiful voice No matter how exquisite the vocal vocalorgan vocaljJ vocalorgan
jJ organ may be Its beauty cannot be adequately demonstrated without proper properbreath proport
t breath control Hero is one o of the old Italian secrets which many singers of oftoday ortDdaY oftoday
I today wholly lack because they are re unwilling to give the necessary time for forthe forthe forthe
the full development of breathingpower and control Phrasing tone rcso rcsoBanoe reSDat1 resoiapoe
Banoe at1 C expression all alldeptnd depend upon respiration and in my opinion musical muslealstu muslealstudents stu students students
dents even when hen too young to be allowed the free use of the voice should shouldbe shouldbe shouldbe
be thoroughly taught the priclples of breathing breathlngFrom From The Century CenturyI
t Comforting ComfortingA
A lady who had recently moved to tothe tothe tothe
the suburbs was very fond of her first firstbrood firstbrood firstl
l brood of chickens Going out one oneAfternoon onoaftemoon oneaffemoon
Afternoon she he left the household I Icharge In Inch incharge
charge ch rge of her 8yearold boy Before Beforeher Detorober Beforeher
her return a thunderstorm came up upThe upThe upr
r The youngster forgot the chicks dur during during during ¬
ing the storm and was dismayed dismayedafter 4lamayedafter dismayede
after it passed to And that half of ofUietn ofthllJI ofbad
e them themlnq bad been drowped Though ough fear fearing fearlit
ing lit the wrath wr tbto to come be thought thoughtttffl thought thOUhltlt
Y vest tlt to Btflkc > kl ajlean a i lean breast of the
calamity rather than leave it to to be
I discovered discoveredMamma discoveredMamma discoveredMamma
Mamma he said contritely when
his mother had returned retolIlldmamma retolIlldmammasix mamma mammasix mammasix
six of tho chickens are dead deadDead deadDeadl deadDead
Dead qrled his mother isix isixHow au
How 110 did they die dieThe dieTl19 dieTke
The boy saw his chance chanceI
I think tlWlkI I think they died happy happyhe
he said nldHarpers Harpers Weekly WeeklyFewer WeeklyFewer WeeklyFewer
Fewer than 8000 So people own all tho tholand tbnlaud
land of Oreat Britain DrltalnlGiJj
The 11001 11001J3ntr1ecDllntIe1t
you ou The regiment form I tng n esIJatt4 to touadcr do dotr
J3ntr1ecDllntIe1t Ilan tg Bantyleg where ue e omethtbg dOl
for 0 r omethhing f fYou
tram1 tr lie carried the water thUJIder uadcr 0 0You
and anda d
rattle w an ana > o oA
You mu muttuust tt t hay have been riding astride of And when the
a druml Camewknocksg knocking war s mora moralnf > ml I n nYOUr l lIf ea o oyour runty runtyAA bIItyAll
A All u up lJI with withyour ycSur y ur prowess all up with Came knocking one
rr YOUr Jig prlftc lee ft door doorIf rally and an d Ml MlrrvVr1 t followed 0 0TV IIcmt4 the thoJf theThis >
If ever YOU started rt to fender a II p plcl He sprang pranl to
This hi was the cry that the little town townLKt LKt set ray rayWherever and the heat of ofThe ofTho
TV TVhi hrart
Wherever herever rrvVr1 Dowlemd BowleggedButterball Dutterball won Of t the e nag ag to t 0 the th e heart I
The jm jpeaof place of the village the Joke of lho > ho One ttofijX the thingnyde thine tmy he shouted h ou ounut ted you youll oulIft see me meplace meBut a aBut
But fcrjjwhal Lord iwhat what a wInner he wa was In th th again againracel Jr ta and the bullet d dpenl 41 41penl d1The
racel JII Fl straddle t the ban baps
penl penlTh penlThe pen penhis
Th The cf captaro fiUnfneWh ewho who ° captured him fln first > t on ° n scratch had he bOrne DorneWas ton tonwoia bOrneWa
his nine And ho did Not a
woia Wa Was a victor all took the when he came
season He cameand and 4 ganlel gamelbas ganlelbale ganlelbase
bas bale line Home again happy haWl and an giw he h heHe e elIe warn warnHe Walked WalkedIn Jamcd JamcdIn
In a al1Ight flight not exactly a leap or a run With the badge of 0 of a veteran
He rolled himself up and hi his little legs with renown renownS ara s mv mvAnd In the ho town townpun toWnapun townspun
pun A relic or laughter lone Onl yc yeah J llell
ae aebail
And long ere the fielder had hadcapturcd captured tho Shoemaker carpenter ho hlex sexton MKgLfthe toiled toueaUCk the old oldball oldbaJl oldBantyleg
ball Funeral or orweddlnl wedding e eD4ntYleg
D4ntYleg struck truck UCk the h hom home ° m plate > with lth a JSilied belli bell bellsprawl wb when they theyWhenever the theaprawl theyWhenever
smite mil
sprawl And emlled ml ed the Id 0 Ic1 I IWhenever
Whenever his 111 turn came to handle the laughed 81 iJStl3Sm hll hl legs legsbat and mum mumThe um umThe
bat And hi hispenchant penchant for allecer allecerThe checkers
The tilnericored bin qscored cored a run there wacno was no doubt blefypee btet btetor bletypegsof
2 or that Bt Bantylegs Butterball Dutterb l bowlegged bow I egge d man manTo mannllntyleg manThe
You Youater u
IDe IDeaner
The Ore companies fought for hIm year ear Catoh me and kIck me If catch
aner fhleplug rear ToiingVten canl can thl t this hi I Icheer challenge challenceJVIth challengecheer
To capture the plug with a shout and ani a II Youngten who
WIth With cheer hi his uniform on In tho village parade Are ilutlpmi Ihad shadows to him a aa dim a ae those old 0 0He Id day dayHe daysHe
He looked like a beetle In splendor ar are dim morv J J JBut JraTed
raTed But still tlll through the valley va II ey eynut cJ o memory memoryBut
But he marched to the tune of the old lee seecountry ee home town townAn t townAs own 0 0All wn
that was aa
country band The dear little town
An proud pro aa the proudest In all the broad to me
UddOll on onA
on onA
land an And laugh when I think t hi n k of 0 0A f that shape
A red shirt of glory a buff overcoat the street ttrectAnd ItreetAna streetAnd
And a a hat fore and and aft most a as big as with Knees that thathad had ported to nevermore nevermorea
a boat
meet Baltimore Sun SunThe SunT4e BunThe
The Preac Preachers ers Grip GripBy
Say Fhln Jets put up a Joke jokaon jokaonthe on onthe onthe
the preacher said Jim Larklns a aloutish Qloutish aIoutlsh
loutish fellow to his neerdoweel neerdoweelcamrade neerdoweelcamrade neer doweel doweelcamrade
camrade in many a drinking bout at atthe atthe atthe
the village tavernIm tavern tavernIm tavernIm
Im In it whatever it is replied repliedPhln repliedPhln repliedThin
Phln Crowle with a 1 vicious grin grinThese grinThese grinThese
These worthies were notable sports sportsand sportsand sportsand
and dogfanciers and each had his hisbulldog hisbul1dog hisbulldog
bulldog that could whip anything anythingof
of its size and weight in the country countryIt
It was agreed therefore therero e to to bring brln their theirrespective theirrespectlve theirrespective
respective dogs to the evening preach preaching preachIng preaching ¬
ing to keep them asunder > rll I11 n the ser service service service ¬
vice was well under way and then to toincite toIncJte toincite
incite them to a fight A few well welldirected welldirected Welldirected
directed digs with tnelr tl oIr heels ex excited excited excited ¬
cited the beasts to angry growls and andsnarls andsnarls andsnarls
snarls to the great amusement amu cment of the thevillage thevillage thevillage
village toughs toughsllDd and to the e great alarm alarmof alarmof alarmof
of the women and girls girlsLawrence girlsLawrence girlsLawrence
Lawrence Temple a student from a aneighboring 11nelghbor1ng aneighboring
neighboring college collC c had just been ap appointed appointed appointed ¬
pointed a local preacher with a view to tothe tothe tothe
the ministry He was sent to try his hisprentice hisprentice hisprentice
prentice hand on the natives of the thoFour th thFour theFour
Four Corners Schoolhouse a neglect neglected ¬
ed rural neighborhood near tho college collegetown collegetown collegetown
town His first preaching p 8Ilchlng experiences experienceswere
were likely to be to put it mildly not notunlaterestlng notunlaterestlng notuniatereeting
unlaterestlng unlaterestlngHis
His previous practice of athletics in infelling 111felling infelling
felling trees in a lumber camp stood stoodhim atoodhim stoodhim
him in good stead He did not easily easilyget en easilyget Uy Uyget
get rattled nor lose his head When the thedisturbance theilsturbnCll theellsturbance
disturbance became too obvious he re requested requested requested ¬
quested the owners of the dogs to keep keepthem keepthem keepthem
them quiet or orto to take them out When Whenthe Whenthe Thea Theathe
the annoyance continued he an announced announced announced ¬
nounced that the disturbing of a are arelIclous re religious religious ¬
ligious service was a violation of the thelaw thelaw thelaw
law and must cease at once onceNows onccNows onceNons
Nows yer time Phln ° said Lar Larklns Larkins Larkins ¬
kins in a loud aside let her go goand goand goand
and in a minute mlnu the exasperated dogs dogswere dogswere dogswere
were rushing at each others throats throatsand throatsand throatsand
and causing a panic of terror among amongthe amongthe amongthe
the women womenQuickly womenQuickly women womenQuickly
Quickly leaving the teachers desk deskwhich deskwhich deskwhich
which nerved as a preaching stand standLawrence sUu1dLawrence standLawrence
Lawrence walked down the central centralpassage centralpassage centralpassage
passage to where the th dogs were snap snapping snapping snapping
ping snarling and rolling over each eachother eachother eachother
other on the floor floorTake poor poorTake floorTake
Take your yourdoJS dogs outho o out t h ho said with witha wltllverT
a very decided tone and gestare See Seeing SeeIng Seeing ¬
ing that their owners owners took no notice noticehe noticehe noticehe
he added sternly And do it at atonce atonce atonce
once onceTake
Take em out yersclf If yer want wantto wantsto anti antito
to said Phln Crowle but I warns warnsyer warns warnsyer IIarnser
yer er its at yer peril If my Tlge grips gripsyer rrJPtyer gripsyer
yer leg hell never neTer let go gonot not if yer yercuts yercuts er ercuts
cuts his head off offOpen airOpen offOpen
Open the door please said tin tinyoung thefoung t e eyoung
young preacher which hlch was a promptly promptlydone promptl7done promptlydone
done by a man sitting near it itLawrence ItLawrence itLawrence
Lawrence had not practised football footballIn
In n vain Before their loutish owners ownerscould ownersCould ownerscould
could Interfere he had planted a well welldirected welldirected IIelldirected
directed and tremendous kick on the theinterlocked theInterlocked theInterlocked
interlocked and astonished dogs that thatunlocked thatunlocked thatunlocked
unlocked their Jam followed by two twoothers twoothers twoothers
others that swept first one and then thenthe tbenth thenthe
the th other over the threshold and into intothe Intothe intothe
the outer darkness before theyknew theyknewThere they knew knewIVbere knewryhere
There th they y were wereNow wereNow wereNow
Now follow your dogs he said saidgrimly snldgrimly saidgrimly
grimly t 18 the cowardly bullies bu11lesfor bu11lesforyour bulliesforyour for foryour
your your bully is always a coward cowardSupporin cowardSupporln cowardSuppoaln
Supporin we dont choose to todrawled totrawled tol toldrawled
drawled LarklnsIll Larklns LnrldnaIll
Ill simply have to make you you said saidLawrence ealdLawrence saidLawrence
Lawrence with withAblating Ablating blaring eyes and to tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow ¬
morrow morrow han yon JOo fined for disturbing disturbingpublic cUsturbhlgpubllo disturbingpublic
public worship worshipLets worshipLets worshipLets
Lets go Jim said Plain hesgot hes hesgot be8got
got the drop on us this time timeWel timeWel timeWel
Wel be eve even with yore yet Mr MrPreacher MrPreach ltirPreacher
Preacher r and be blanked to toyer toyeruowled yet yergrowled yetgrowled
growled the human brute Larkins Larklnsmore Larkinsmore Larkinsmore
more more degraded than his dog and went wentinto wentinto I
into the blackness of night making Ue Ueair theair I Iair
air lurid with oaths and curses cursesIn cursesIn I IIn
In a moment Lawrence was calm calmagain calmagain calmagain
again and with earnest pleading tones tonesbe tOnesbe tonesbe
be read over the words la the Apoca
lypse concerning the finally impeni impenitent Impenitent Impenitent ¬
tent Without In the blackness of ofdarkness ofdarkness ofdarkness
darkness forever are dogs and sor sorcerers sorcerers sorcerere ¬
cerers and whatsoever leveth and andmaketh ondmaketh andmaketh
maketh a lie and with tears In his hisvoice hisTolee hisvoice
voice he exhorted his hearers to heed heedthe heedthe heedthe
the solemn warnings of God and to toflee toflee toflee
flee from his present and eternal eternalwrath eternalwrath eternalwrath
wrath His words came home with withstrange withstrange withstrange
strange power and not a few of the theruffians therumans theruffians
ruffians companions who had come cometo cometo cometo
to scoff remained to pray prayAn prayAn prayAn
An hour hour later Lawrence was making makinghis
his way way home from his first service s rvlce at atthe atthe atthe
the Four Corners Schoolhouse 8 < A Agreat Agreat Agreat
great gladness filled his soul and he boheeded heheeded heheeded
heeded not the wild and wintry winds windsnor windsnor windsnor
nor the drifting clouds that were scud scudding scudding scudding ¬
ding rapidly across the sky Through Throughtheir Throughtheir Throughtheir
their rifts tho moon shone brightly brightlyJust brightlyJust brightlyJust
Just as he reached re ohed a bridge across a aravine 4ravIne aravine
ravine two figures gilded out of the theshadows theshadows theshadows
shadows of the trees accompanied by bytwo bytwo bytwo
two dogs Lawrence at once recog recognized recognized recognized ¬
nized them as Jim Larkins and Phln PhlnCrowle PhlnCrowle PhinCrowle
Crowle and their Invariable compan companions eompanIonswe rompan rompanionswe ¬
ions Ionswe we might almost say comrades comradesBull comradesBull comradesBull
Bull and figs TlgeNow rlgeNow figsNow
Now Mr Preacher growled Lar Larklijs Larklqs Larkige
klijs I said Id be even with yer yet yetand yetand yetand
and blest If It Isnt Is t goln gem to be ter ternight ternight ternight
night Only blest was as not exactly
the word he used but one of opposite oppositemeaning oppositelneanlng oppositemeaning
meaning meaningI
I have ha YO no cause of quarrel with withyou withYJu withyou
you said Lawrence I forgive you youall youall youall
all about that little incident at the theschoolhouse theschoolhouse theschoolhouse
schoolhouse schoolhouseBut
But I aint forguv yer nor Bull Bullneither Bullneither Bullneither
neither and weve got yer where we wewant wewpnt wewant
want yer Slcm Boll Slcm Tlge TlgeOminous
Ominous growling and snarllngs
followed but Just then a rift in the thecloud theclouil thecloud
cloud emitted a bright gleam of moon
light which reflected by the snow re revealed revealed revealed ¬
vealed the group with almost the light lightof lightof lightof
of day Both dogs seemed to recog ¬
nize the man with the emphatic boots bootswith bootswith bootswith
with which they had so I so O recently made madeunpleasant madeunpleasant
unpleasant acquaintance and slunk
behind their respective owners
Curse em eml I never knowed em to tobe
do like that afore Yere not afraid
be yer Ere Bull slcm Tlge seize
holt hold
Well have to wade ade In n phln phlnre
I have DO q quarrel lrrel re with either of
you and dont want to have said
Lawrence LawrenceOh
Oh yere a coward be Per 3erf On Onv On5rTd
yer own ° 5rTd ground In the schoolhouse ° olhouse
v yer wuz bold
enough but here yer yershadow
sings another tune YeTO got ter fight
and one or other of us a goes over that
bridge and he pointed to the deep
shadow in the ravine ravinem ravineNot ravineNot
Not I 1f I c
can help It nor
you youPlied
either 80 f fsr r as I am concerned re
Plied Lawrence calmly
Take that will 11 yerl yen said Larklns
and he hit him a buffet on the cheek cheekrWIctand
I never struck a man yet said
Lawrenceand Lawrence rWIctand and I don1 dont Intend tend to but butNot
dont object to a a Pa passive slve resistance
and he skllfully warded oft blow after
blow of Larkins furious onset
Why dont ye pitch ltcJ1 11 Phln T Give
It Jm heavy heaTYNpt heavyNot
Not I said Phln If its no fun hit hitstand
tin a man that
wont hit back Ill
stand by andsee and see fair play playlo
Curse ltn an yer lo too ° It Its sot fair fairto
plaT I waa WIIQI jut his blood an Ill have
It fUr plar or to foul and he made
a aquick
mad madhave 1Ih at LaowrODce
have swept himmooverthe wbleh wou
IWept 111m oer the undefended
edge of the bridge had be not been
quick as a a WeUll WeUllI aeel aeelLarklns
Larklns I rklns with
rush got gotvine In
side Lawrwccs guard and flung his
long a arms around the slim
preacher with Po grasp like a boa
constrictors The ground was icy Law
rence Was In real
peril of
being h hurl
eel over tb the bridge side Into the
vine whoso ra
bottom was studded with
stumps and wodcutters wo cutter debris p pto Put Putto Patto
to his mettle he got a a wrestling grip glbn It Iten gripn
en n Larklns and they swayed M4 M4struggled rtesstruggled 114 114truggled
struggled on the narrow bridge theone the tanone theone
one trying to get near the edge th thother thoth the theother
other oth r to ke keep p In tho centre centreIt centreIt ciitreIt
It was pot for or nothing that lAvtey lAvteyhad Lawrerhoo Lawreshad
had developed Ma hlsthewB thews and snewloading sinn sinews sinewsloading I Iloading
loading sawloss lIawlo eaw logs s In the lumbercamp lumbercampWith lumber camp campWith
With a mighty effort he lifted his all alltagonlst antagonist n ntagonlst
tagonlst from fro tho ground and could couldeasily couldeasilY couldeasily
easily have hav flung ung him over the bridge bridgeInto bridgeInto
Into the ravine but bu ho merely threw threwhim thre threhim threwhim
him into the snowdrift by the road roadtide roadIide toadside
tide and was In turn tur turndragged dragged down downHere downHere downflare
Here Bull here Tlge sic Iml ImlSeize 11111Seize ImlSeize
Seize Im Iml Tear 1ml roared roat ed Larkins Larklnswith Larkinswith Larkinswith
with llpbllsterlng llp bllsterlng oaths oathsNo oathsNo oathsNo
No yar dont Tlge Tiger said Phlnl Phlntwo Phlnltwo Phlnltwo
two to tine Is gln the rules o the thegame th thgame thegame
game gameBull gameBull gameBull
Bull snarled and snapped IInappedbut but the theclouds th thclouds 1 1clouds
clouds aged ndrlUed ndrUtednc across s the moon moonand mOOnand moonand
and In the shadow 8had ahad8w > w it was was impossible impossibleto
to distinguish which was was Lawrence LawrenceCurse LawrcnctCurso LawrenceCurse
Curse him Hes bruit my wrist wristThe wristThe wristThe
The games up for or this time timeSorry UmoSorrY UntoSorry
Sorry I hurt yon Ou said Lawrence LawrenceI
I didnt want to Let mo see If it itis ItIs itIs
is badly injured injuredPains InjuredPains injuredPains
Pains like thunder said Larkins Larklnsholding1 Larkinsboldlngupa Larkinsholdingup
holding1 boldlngupa up a a dangling wrist lst Here HerePhln HerePhln HerePain
Phln yer take holtLet holt holtLet boltLet
Let the preacher pread er try said Phln Phlnas Phlnas Phinas
as Larkins howled with pain He Heknows H Hknows Heknows
knows moro about these things nor norI norI
I 140 140Lawrence 40 40Lawrence < o oLawrence
Lawrence who had often bound up opsprains upsprains upsprains
sprains and bruises intho In the lumber lumbercamp lumbercamp lumbercamp
camp took hold of the injured Injur d wrist wristdespite wristdespite Wristdespite
despite Larkins reluctance and ten tenderly tenderly tenderly
derly examined It it though Larking Larkingwinced LarJlIlISwinced Larkinswinced
winced at the touch touchNo touchNo touchNo
No bones broken my good fellow fellowsaid fellowSDld fellowsaid
said Lawrence only a bad sprain Let Letme Letme Letme
me make a splint spl nt and he rapidly rapidlyshaped rapidlyshaped rapidlyshaped
shaped two flat tlatJleceB pieces of wood and andsaying andsaying lndsaylng
saying See PbJn how It is done donecarefully don doncarefullY donecarefully
carefully sound them with his own ownhandkerchief ownhandkerchief ownhandkerchief
handkerchief on tho sprained wrfst wrfstIsnt wrllilIsnt wr19tIsnt
Isnt that better he h asked askedAint askedAlat askedAint
Aint BO 0 allfired ail flred painful palntulns as twui tWUJadmitted twuzadmitted I Iadmitted
admitted Larkins LarklnsNow LarkinsNow LarkinsNow
Now let me make you a sling Got Gotanother Ootanother Gotanother
another handkerchief boys tint tintneither Butneither Jut Jutneither
neither of them possessed such an anarticle anarticle anarticle
article so Phln took off his braces bracesgalluses bracesgalluses bracesgalluses
galluses he called them themand and took tookup tookup tookup
up the slack of his trousers as he hetermed hetermed hetermed
termed it with a nail while Lawrence Lawrencemade Lawrencemade Lawrencemade
made a sling to suport the Injned Injnedwrist Inj11ledwrist iniljedwrist
wrist wristI
I am very very sorry sorry he said saidI
I didnt want to hurt you believe mo moOb moOh meOh
Ob hang it all said Larking Larkingserved Larkln > t tserved t
served me right I guess gucssyero yere sot sotsuch Slotsuch notsuch
such a bad lot arter all Will Jet jefshake yetshake Jetshake
shake hands and call calllt It quits and andheld andheld 3 3held
held out his uninjured band I meal mealmurder mea meamurder meamurder
murder though blest It I didnt dtdnUan dtdnUanthis aoy aoythis >
this time the word was not a curse curseI cursI
I couldnt have done like ik0 yer dldlj dldljarter cUd cUdartor didarter
arter the ways I treated yer not by bIjugfql a aJugfql ajugful
Jugfql Will yer forgive tO forgiveme forgivemeWith givjH me meWith et etWith
With all my heart said Lawrence Lawrenceand Lawrenceand i iand
and as he shook hands with both the thecronleq thecronle thecronie
cronle cronleq > he added I bear you no mal malice malIce malIce ¬
ice at all God bless you 011 both bothHere botbHere bothHere
Here Bull here Tlge mid the thecomfled fits fitscomfied fl flcomtled
comfled comrades as they lurchedalong lurched lurchedalong lurchedalong
along to the Four Corners and Law Lawrence LawrC11ce LawWrence ¬
rence went lighthearted on his way wayto wayto 1131to
to town Ho had both killed an ep enemy epemy epemy ¬
emy and made a friend adopting the theMasters thelasterlI theMasters
Masters own method the true pry psychology ps pschology prychology ¬
chology of overcoming evil with good goodHenceforth goodHenceforth goodHenceforth
Henceforth Larklns and CroWle were werethe werethe werethe
the preachers champions at t the Four FourCorners FourComers FourCorners
Corners CornersI
I aint no slouch at a wrastle nnth nnthor nuther nntherr
or err Larkins admitted to Phln that thatunderholt thstunderholt thatunderholt
underholt uv his is a a corker corkerFrom corkerFromThe From Fromthe
the Christian Herald HeraldA HeraldA
A Silent Sll nt Trumpet TrumpetAlexander TrumPet TrumPetAlexander TrumpetAlexander
Alexander Graham GrahamBe11 Bell whose e eerlments ex experlments aperiments
erlments promise to give give him as S won wonJerful wonderful wonnderful
derful a success with the flyin flying roa roahine JQ JQchine raachine
chine as iliehad he had with the telephone telephoneised telephoDeused telephoneused
used to teach the deaf and dumb dumbIt dumbItI1a U UTUF
was I1a In fact his work workamong among the deaf deafnd deafend deafand
end nd dumb that gist led to the telephones telephonesinvention telephanesInventlonnndat telephonesInventionand
Inventlonnndat Inventionand invention and at a dinner in Wash Washington WashIngton Wasbington ¬
ington he told a deaf and dumb atoll atorrThis atollPhis storrhils
This story Illustrates he tegao tegaothe teg tegthe LegAathe
the necessity for carrying on aer aerJlane aero aeroplane setaplane >
plane experiments secretly Were Werahey werthey Werethey
they carried on publicly interference interferenceculd InterferenCuldcnsue interferencewtutd
wtutd culd uldcnsue ensue Ignorance always causes causesnUrference causesjrlt causesinterference
interference jrlt fference Many years ago an aged agedrlend agedfrltnd agedfriend
friend of mine visited vlslt visited dto a church In InUalna InMalnll Indalna
Ualna one Sunday morning As coon coonIE 60011a5 soonas
a5 IE tho sormOn began my friend who whon whOwas whowas
was very deaf took from his pod podn poctq poctqAn
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noticed o cod that the sexton from f from olI1 his s sea seanlar seat seatnear < t tear
nlar near ear the pulpit kept frowning an anbaking and and6hakln andshaking
baking 6hakln his head at Kim finally finallys nails 1ur 1uras junas
as s my friend got ot his trumpet jrintil jrintiltid Jr1udBlId jrlntdand
and tid made as a if to to put punt K to his ca th thexlon the the6Pxton thesexton
sexton hastened hast ned to hlimand wnlepe whIEptrElIercely whieprrea whieprreafiercely a alercely
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