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MES BANNING 1 t r i ci wr was < 1mechnnle A Aueebnnlc V Vmechanic
mechanic a young honest1nI honest honestluiui 1I0llestmlW
1nI luiui u whoso highest nmblttton nmbl nmbljttou ntllblf
jttou f tt n wns to gain n 1 com comfortable CaUlrortnblo comfortablo ¬
fortable homo for liluisulf liluisulfnud hlUlsl1tnull hluiseltmud
null wife and nrll to beII be boII
5 > II of by his neighbors Ho Hoa 110huMell lIehuelt
huMell a 1 houseand house atI ntll there therencd theroIled therenod
nod upon it n mortgage g hit tjfhis tJthis hitline
his sum ho hoped to pay In Ini inn
n II i It he only olll had his health healthSfUculated henltbIculatel1 heatithlculated
SfUculated Iculatel1 exactly how long longike lOllSko longko
ko him to clear oft this In Inand IIInud Inmud
and he went to work with withtog withon
ening on onlllr
tog lllr Jnmes came homo to his his5ro Jilsro hisre
5ro ro thoughtful Cui than usualtrlto usual usualI usualwlto
I wife noticed his mannerulred manner mannerquired mnnllcrlulrcd
quired ulrcd Its cause causeJU cnuses
JU s It James BUD kindly Idndl Idndlhy kindlyhy
Iriiy hy I Ineer never eaw you rO1look look sore so soJre sore
Jre JreIll re reb11 re
Ill 111 tell you Hannah ro rojf 10touns yeyoung
jf young mnn with n ellglit ellglitn
n his manner I have just justIng jllstIng justlog
Ing that I would buy bu a lot lotf lotLnnnluff lotsLnnnlng
f II
Lnnnluff did not answer 1m 1mSho 1mSho InsShe
Sho looked down and andiho 0 andho ml mlho
iho ho silken hair of her babe babechirping bnbechlrplug babechirping
chirping like n little robin robins
its s and the shades of her herfeatures hertentures herfeatures
features showed that BUD BUDtlmo shetime i itime
time to think thinkitch thinkIch thinkich
Ich will It cost she askedlooking asked askedlooking nsklllooking
looking half timidly tlmll1l up II lutotis luto Intoids lutods
ids face facedollars tncdollars facedollars
dollars returned James Jamesnssumo Jnme8SSll110 Jamesssumo
nssumo a confidence cOI1 l1enco which w9ilclifeel whichfeel wh leh lehteel
feel feelvo feele
vo 0 you 01 made up your mind mindi mindthink milldthin mindtldnk
think I shall What do you ycmItd youitr youJt
Itd Itdshould itr itrshould Jt Jt8hould
should ask my advice Ido I Inot
110 not buy It Itso Itso Itso
so soiy souy soivy
iy ivy reasons returned returnedlls returnedllsrembllng Ms Msrembllng hisrembling
rembllng tone toned
1 not offend her husbandrank husband husbandrank llullbl1ul1mnk
rank from giving him ad adshe admight
110 might not follow followrst
rst st place she said I thinkclenco think thinkscience thinkclonco
science of lotteries is n nball nballcn baden bad badlien
lien cn you ou have no money to tolook toloo tolook
look loo at tho prizes t said siTldfcvlng saidvhng Id Idvlng
fcvlng n nlchcmo scheme from hisere his JIlsoro I
lore ere Is one prize of 20000
10000 another 5000 andething and andnettling nmIethlng
nettling tells mo that It II I Ii
i I shall shnlll1raw draw n large prize prizest lwlzt
st t think Hannah how ho cas easay casnay el1sa
nay a ay nil up for my house houseImvo househno rousehave
have a good handsome handsomeman
man spoke with lthmlch lthmlchll much muchild muchr
ild ll r d assurance but ho saw sawps sn sawe v vIIlcloudulOn
ps IIlcloudulOn e a cloud upon his wifes wifesmo ltoso
o mo that tho chance oto of ofBO
BO o is very err doubtful said saidshe snlts snltisho
she s o took the scheme schemeny
ny y thousand tickets tckotsto to be beed bood beed
ed hard to snatch tho thoiiinh thonob thenab
iiinh Inld It aside asidelal I1sldonil asideall
lal nil run the risk re rejlanclng rcInnclng relancing
lancing once more over overresting oerresting overrestng
resting with n nervous nervousIhe ne1oushe nervoushe
Ihe he figures which roprc repreIslier repror
r feigner Islier prizes Theres Theresabout Theresabout lherellabout
about f90 S00 00 a yeariL year yearwith renriij
iL H tip iij with withbefore wIth1L
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foreshadowing of ovll Sho might have havespoken 11I1es1Oten haveapoen
spoken s1Oten again ngnlnst ognll list st tile movement movementtint
tint sho saw saw that her husband was wassorely wns8or wassorely
sorely 8or I tender upon tho Ktibjcct fbJ et nnd nndsho nllllsho andsite
sho let the affair go to tho hands of offate ottnte offate
fate fateA A week elapsed from real the time that thatJames thatJamt thatJames
James bought his ticket to tho draw drawIng 11ra 11raIus drawshag
hag of tho lottery and 111l1dllrlllJ during that time tlniothoyouug tlmotheo timethoyouug
thoyouug theo ug man had not a moment of ofrc orrClll ofrent
rc rClll tl enjoyment ClJjo 111elJt Ho was 118 alternating alternatingbetween riltennll1lbetween altetnalhgbetwcoi
between hope and fear and therefore thereforehis therofolhis I
his mind was WIIS constantly on tho thostretch thostretch thestretch
stretch stretchAt
At length tho day arrived James Jameswent JImcsWCllt lameswent
went to the office ollie find found lint the thodrawing UIOdlnwlllg thedrawing
drawing had taken place and that thelist the thelist thelist
list bf > t prizes rl clI hind been miulo out lIeseized lIe Hoseized lIe8elzell
seized tho list and turned away so sothat sOtlln sothat
that t those who stood around sllotlldnot should shouldnot 811011111I0t
not see his face lIe rend lCI tho listthrough list listthrough listthrougll
through but liu searched sellrch d for his num nmubey number I1IUlJe111I ¬
ber lJe111I In vain nlnl It was not there Ho had haddrawn hall1111WI1 lieddrawn
drawn n blank Ho left tho office an nuunhappy anunhappy nnnuhnpp
unhappy man Those twenty dollars dollarsWhich dollnr8which dollarswhich
Which ho Inld lost had been Jeen the sat savIngs 61 61lugs satIugs
lugs of two month of hard hnrtllnbol labor hunt Riutho 11111ho huntho
ho felt their lost most keenly keenlyWhen Ieelll IeelllWhen keenlyWhen
When ho returned homo that night nighthe lIghthe
he told tl ld his wife that tbltrho he liml loch She Slabfound Shefound BhlCounl
found Do fault with Itll him hl She only onlykissed 0111 0111kl88el1l1h onlykissed
kissed kl88el1l1h him nUll told him that the lesson lessonwan lessol1wnf lessonwas
wan n 1 Rood one even though it hall hndbeen hallbeen hindbeen
been dearly boughtlint boughtr boughtrHut
Hut James Lnunlng was not satisfied satliflcdHo
lIe brooded over oer his Ions with it bitter bIttetsplrit bitterspirit hllteiISphltnll
spirit ISphltnll anti l at length the tll tllutlght tamo tamoto I1110to l11no l11noto
to him lint he might yot l tt t ilinW dl A i prl prlHe prime primelie
He wlshcdthnt wished that ho lit hnd Hot bought tho thofirst thonut thefirst
first ticket and nUl If he could only getbnclt get getback getbncle
back his 20 ho would oultl buy 1JU no more morebut morejbut morebut
but ho would not rest under his losslie loss lossHo
Ho was determined to nmlco IURI Q ono more moretrtnl moretdnl Moretrial
trial and he did so This time ho Liar purchased 1111rchl1sctl Liarchased ¬
chased tho ticket without his wIre wifesknowledge wIre1lIowleI1ge tvifosknowledge
knowledge The result wns the saute HUIUCas
as before He drew blank blankForty blnnl1lo1ty blauklForty
Forty dollars was a 1 sentence thnt thntdwelt thntIt thatdwelt
dwelt It fearfully upon tho mechanics mechanicslips
lips lipslOli lipsIOu
IOu I must draw n prlsjcl lio unlilttt unlilttthimself said nlcLt nlcLthlm81It tti ttihimself
himself I must make tip 1l 1 > what I have havelost hlolost havelost
lost Let me once do that and Ill Illbuy Illbuy 1llbuy
buy no more tickets
20 was taken from the little llttlobank littlebank littlebank
bank another ticket was bought an another IIUother alother ¬
other blank was dnuvn At tho clld clldof etldof
of three months tilt llttlo bank wasempty Was Wasempty vn8empt
empty and James LnttnUtg lad tho last lnstticket lastticket Instticket
ticket In his pocket Ah how earnestly
l he e prayed that that lust ticket might mightdraw might11m mightdraw
draw 11m a prize I Ho Hehnt had become palo paloand paleand
and careworn and his wife wltclloor poor con contiding COI11111IIlS constiding
tiding Bonnthought ho only repined repinedbecause rllllIcltbllausl repinedbecause
because ho hnd lost S20 20 When olio nhowould IIhowouM oliowould
would try and cheer him ho wouldlaugh would wouldlaugh wontllJaugh
laugh and try to make time matter matterlight I11ntt r rlight
light lightJames
James said his wife to him one oneday unoI1nlt onedayit
day I1nlt It was tho day Ita before thnl oil oilwKIch onwhirl JI JIVJ
whirl VJ lch the lottery vas to bd drawn in inwhich Inwhich Inwhich
which ho lied tho sixth tlckctMr tlckctMrRowso tlckctlIrnOWIIO ticketMrAowso
Rowso has been hero toilny to tlny after the thesemiannual thelI theseml
semiannual lI seml aumunl interest lilt crest I told him that thatyou thnton thatyou
you on would see llm famorrow famorrowYes fomorloYCs Ib morrow morrowYes
Yes 1 will w1l1i said James In ju a faintvoice faint tnlntolee faintvoice
voice Yes tomorrow I shall teo tcohim teoblm teoBill
him himYoung
Young Lanulug thought of the lottery lotteryand lotte lottennd lotteryand
and of tho prize This wns hs sixth sixthtrinl IIJcthtrlnl sixthtrial
trial nnd ho felt euro that ho shoulddraw should shoulddraw IIhoUldd1
drawThe draw drawThe d1 w wTho
The morrow came and when James JamesLannlng Jnltl18Lnnning lamesLnnnlng
Lannlng returned return cd to his homo at night nightho nightho
ho was penniless I All his golden vis visions vlsIons III IIIIons ¬
ions hnd faded away IIWn and ho was wasleft wasloft as asIon
left in darkness and misery miseryJames miser miserJnmes miseryJames
James have you ou paid Mr Ir Ilowcc Ilowcchis nOWEOhis Idowtchis
his interest yet yctV melted IIslc l Hannah HannahTho IInnllnhTho llnmtnhThe
Tho young mnn leaned his head uponhis upon uponhis UllonJlls
his hands and groaned aloud aloudFor nlonllIIFor aloudIvor
For heavens sake James whnt Inns liashappened hnBhnppened Innshappened
happened cried tho startled wife wifespringing wireBDrlnglng wifespringing
springing to tho side of her husband husbandand hUllbnnL1and
and twining her arm about his meekThe neck neckThe necleTllo
The young young mnn looked up with awllti a awild IIwJlIl
wild haggard expression Ills lips lipswere IIplSWClC lipswere
were bloodless nnd his features were wereall weroaU wereall
all stricken with a deathhue deathhueWhat denthhueWhnt deatrhue1Vlint
What Is It t Oh OhhnU what murmured murmuredthe
the wife wifeGo wifeGo ltc
Go look In our boxour little bankgroaned bank bnnklgroaned I Iston
groaned ston ocd the poor poor man manHannah 111 menHannah a u uIInnnah
Hannah hastened away and whensho when whensho whonsho
sho rAjmied r rued she boro an empty box boxIn boxIn boxlab
In lab ucfffeud ucfffeudHobbedl hcfWIultnobJedl iii iiiEobbedl
Hobbedl she gasped and onlll1he she sanktreinblingly sank sanktremblingly lIanktrllIIbllull
tremblingly down beside her husbands husbandsside
side sideYes
Yes haunch whimpered whIHII rCl tho hus busband husband hus111111t ¬
band III I have robbed you youThe 3OUTIl youThe
The stricken wlfu gazed upon herhusband her herhl1s11nlllt
husband with n vacant look for at II t first firstshe I IIiIIC
die did not comprehend but sho re remembered reI remembcred remembered ¬ I
membered his behavior for weeks weeksback Iekll Iekllbock
back sho remembered how be had hadmurmured Jlallml1rmurCllln hadnmrntureti
murmured In his Bleep of lotteries and andticket nnlltickets
ticket of blanks and prizes Ir1z ea and grad gradually gradun1l3 gradtinily ¬
ually the truth tru th broke in upon her
1 have done It all Hannah hoarse hoarsely ¬
ly whispered thin condemned man manwhen luauwhen 1ll1nwJlen
when he saw that his wife hind gucsaed guesiedthe gucsaedlie
lie the truth All all has cone for lottery lot lotkry
kry tickets TbQ demon tempter lure lured luredje
ice je he held up glittering gold 10111111 lu his hisnd hl8nd hisad
nd but he gave me none of it Oh Ohnot 011not
0 not chide me mel You know not what
11110 h vo suffered lutrerl1twllnt what hours of agony ngo11ltl1C
rave have passed pOISedantI and you know how cold
heart is now Oh my wife would
Oojl O Ito I bad d listened c to you youAli your your4Ahr roulAbr
4Ahr Ali Abr calmly whispered the faithful t4lthrule
rife e nt else drew her hand across her herftbands
bands heated brow Mourn not nothat notwhat
ir what hat is lost I will not chide you youIs youIs OU OUSI
Is hard thus for you to logo 10 yourmy your youriity tourtltT
iity earnings but there might he beworse heay
111 worse calamities than that Cour Courpe Courlame
pe lame we will WUlIlOOU soon forget it itAnd HHAnel
And Mr 1owe ow e will frf tdrerJoc clo e Ibisgage the thejwrtgage thetpge
jwrtgage gage You will bo homelessred homeless bomelclisureel
iwrmnred red young Launing Lannln In broken brokencents brokennts
cents centsNo nts ntsNo atsNo
No I will ice ee that all Is 1 safe in that thatpwrter thatter thattier
pwrter tier added add d Uannlbt Hannah HannahiAt
iAt t that moment the baby btbrawoke awoke And AndelItJ andgentle
N gentle elItJ mother was called to care
Mr It On the next day at noon Han HanMil
Mil panning Iannln gave aTe her husban1 Jlusb i a rc
Bit t for f 1 15 from Mr Jlon Jlonefp flown nOWHJl flownJIete
JIete Jl efp fl aId she hp Interest It 1 pail pailcr 1hL
cr 11 let ns forget ill that has passed patucdcut fI passedcommence be becommen
cut commence again ngalnBat LI4lnl1l againBut
Bat l1l bowWhat bow t has h pall tlltyt thisrceI ihl tlltytJ r
ceI J Jain mtJ gAlDtt1 tint l upon UP Q Ibo ira n
trf ikand tU1d tt then m 1I1Onb14U coon hls Wff I II
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Never eei hjndl hjndlAhj 1 lndh lndhAh h hlb >
Ahj Ah but I must mind Tell me Hnn Hnniiah lxn31unhP IU IUunb
iiah unhP unhPWell
iiahWell Well I have sold my In gold watchSold watch watchSold wntcbSoltl
Sold It ItHut JtI JtIIIltut IUlint
Hut I cart buy It back again Tbo Thoteam Tboman T1o1I1n11
man will wlllllOtpnrt not hotpurt part with It It I want It Utut ItHut nnllt
Hut I dont want Ollt It James till 111 we ore pronubs oreable tll tllRhle
able Perhaps I shall never Want nllt It ItYou ItYou ItYou
You must not chldo me for never lIC 1 tJtI tJtII < M < I II
I derive ono iota of time pleasure tllc lluro tram ficiuIts trflJIts tramits
Its possession lint I now feel Jtk this Itioresult t thisresult 110 110lC8It
result of Its dltposah1 dltposah1liftmen 111 dkposnhmJanes Iosnhl IosnhlJIIUU
liftmen tnnnon clasped ills wlfu td nlo nlobosom tJIJ tJIJbOSOIU hinbosom
bosom and 1111 ho murmuved lll1rl1lltC i prnyinn tlrnI InUU null nullIn nnUIn
In thnt i t 1 i tWnyel > rnyer th thcro llt wits i iTwo 111Mg 111Mgi 111Mgrwo liltdge3 liltdge31w
Two 1w o years jcl rs passed away nwn nnd during duringthnt 11urlngthnt Ituringhint
thnt time James Laiinlug lost not ii filn filnglo lilligle slugbe
glo dayfrom div front his work He was ns nspunctual nil111I aspnnctunl
punctual 111I tunl ns the sun and nl1l tho result resultwan rcsultWIIS resultwas
wan a liS sureIt sure sureIt 8111It
It wits Into on Saturday evening ovculugwhen eveningwhen ocllhljwhcII
when ho cane home After supper ho hodrew hoIllCW hedrew
drew a paper from his pocket std nlll laid laidIt
It upon tho to a table tabUThere tnblfhcrc tableThere
There Hannnh Bald he while n nnVlo 1 11I1l nnb1o
nVlo pride beamed In every OVCI feature featurethcro featurethero
thero Is my IU mortgage l Ive paid M Mevery Jtelrr itowery
every ceiir This JbI louse Is ourst ours It li liour I Iour Isour
our own houses Ive l bought It with withdollars wlhIlollarll withJolla
dollars Jolla ss bvery cry biro 1I1 > of which has bccri Ueemthonestly bccrihonestly
honestly 11011 8t1 earned by b tho sweat of mybrow my mybrow mybrow
brow I nm happy now nowHannah 110WIInllllnll nowhaunch
Hannah Lamming saw that her bus husband busbnlHll1nll tausband ¬
band bnlHll1nll bait opened his aroma and she sat sutdown IIlltdO11 satdown
down upon his knee and R11I11nll laid her h I head hemtU1OIl headupon headupon
upon his shoulder shoulderOh
Oh blessed bl 8s ll moment 1 she nmr nmrmured 1111l1IU nmurinured >
inured inuredYee muredYes l1IU relt reltleslt
Yes leslt it is n blessed moment re rcsponded reS110111111 responded
sponded her httsbnnd tDo Do you OI rcmcm rcmcmbet1 lIIInbl eonuentber >
bet1 Hannnlii 11l1l1nn h lid hnlU of iittblticsa iittblticsatlmt llttbhlCsSthnl tltthfttes9tint
tint VB SaV IlIl two t years enrli ng6Vl ng6VlThe l1s n dY1i dY1imrhio 1r 1rfJlI
The fJlI ViCe shuddered bUt made no notepiy ltd ildllepI ltdteply
tepiy tepiyAh llepI >
Ah continued the young mail III IIIhne I Ihave Ihave
have never forgotten tlmt blUe lesson lessonand lessonand
and even now 10 I tremble when I think thinkhow thlnlhow thintcnow
how now fatally I waS deceived by b the thetempter tiretlmptel thetempter
tempter thnt has lured SO S tunny unll tltoxD tltoxDdnndu thodlMill tluodisands
sands Mill ttt t llcsthictipin llcsthictipint tleslttiitlonrltIlut ttesthi llon llonI
Hut I U H Ili horror is lost in this happy hnppyinonteut happyinoment hnll11111101ll0nt1
inoment 11101ll0nt1 t l said llnmmli looking up upwith upwith tipw
with w ItIt n smile smileIts smileflits smileIts
flits Its terror ninny bo lost reaunledJames resumed resumedJamea remmedJnmes
James but Its lesson must never bo boforgotten boCorgotten beforgotten
forgotten Ah the luring lottery ticket tickethas tickethits
has n dark side sll1cn n side which few to sco scountil scountil seeuntil
until they feel it itAre ItAre t tAra
Are not nil its sides rtiuUV1 ItAllt softlyasked softly softlyasked lIottlInslted
asked the wife lilt If there Is s nay bright brightitcssnbout bllghtIl0ssnbout brightneasnbout
itcssnbout It it It is II only the glare of tho tinatnl thofatnl thofatal
fatal Ignis lIls fiilnuo which can e l lilY oliljrlend ttltl ttltllead lilYJIu
lend tho wayward wo wnrl traveler trl lcl hUd dniigcc dniigccnnd
nnd dl dlsqllllJh dlsqllllJhi quleti quletiYM
1 YM 08 i hr6 rigid iny dear wife Jel You Youwere 1011ClO Youdero
were ClO right at first Ah ho continued continuedns
ns he drew tho faithful being moreclosely more moreclosely 1110roIoscly
closely to his bosom 1C husbands husbandswould husbnnl1woullt
would oftoner obey the tender dictate
of tho loving WlfPi l1t + there woiUdbd wo oU lld t Saltless fiji fijiless tli tliIt
less It gl Misery IUllle In Hid world Hinn there U Ui11 ItMngnzillc iiIhbwtLWnvelley
IhbwtLWnvelley i11 Vnvelicy Magazine JIngnzlneAre
Are Amerlcnni Popular Jn itienniL2 linglnniLAs itienniL2As J III nnJ19 nnJ19As
As a nmtter J 1ntt I of fact no English poll politician pollticlan loll lollUcln ¬
tician over thinks of mentioning melltlolllllgtho melltlolllllgthoUl theUnited the theUnited
United Ul ltcll States In the speech 1vitlohSeine without withoutsome ltllulltSOl1l0
some complimentary adjective nltject 1 nut thd thdmltlsll th thnlJtllJll tiroflrltislt >
mltlsll public Which lies long censed censedto ccnlledlb
to bo the th most Molld public lit h Europci Europcinnd
and nnl become Jitstertdi Jrlst4r l thnnkfi f to cheat chcaltrrndlngi ehenlrCnl1ll1J1I cheatrending
rending one of the most hysttfrlcnl IIst licI11 and stdsentiinentnl andsentllnental nillt8et1ll1elltnll
sentllnental hlwnys cheers henrtlly henrtllyany henrlllIII1Y
any nlluslon nllusl ll td our cousins beyond beyondtha beolllitho
the Ben seep nnd agrees rapturously with withthe withtho withthe
the speaker that blood Is thicker than thanwater thnnwltor thanwater
water An American who wlJotrle tries to topersuade tollClSUnto topersundo
persuade himself that hla country COUll try linn haHn
n political foe lu England had better betterstay better8tny betterstay
stay In America If he wants to keep keepIds keclhis kcellhis >
his faith whole It would hardly IImlll sur survivo sillIO survivo >
vivo n fortnight in England l itself itselfEnglishmen ItllcltlBligUshmell ItselfEnghbinnen
Englishmen bear no grudges They Theyare The ThentlJ Tlaeyarc
are as proud of Washington as Amer America Alllellen1s Amers ¬
ica len1s ns themselves most of them are notell not notoven notoven
oven ell award that there was such h hthing It Itthh1g hthing
thing an this War of 1812 while theyquite they theyqulto tbe tbequlto
qulto cheerfully chrertull admit that nil through throughtho
tho Civil War and the Alabama Inbo utn buslHess busi business bUsIlIellll ¬
ness they were In the wrong 1on uud Were Wererightly werolhhtJy wererightly
rightly made to pay Ia for It In tiro thts thtsItors vis visItors is istors
Itors room at tho Itcform Club on on1all 011ln1l1l1l1l onInll
1all ln1l1l1l1l Mall you ou will thud over the mantle manticpiece mantlepiece IIInlillepiece
piece n facsimile of tho Declaration of ofindependence otIlIdepllI11ence ofindependence
independence And above it medallions medallionsof
of Washington Lincoln amid Grant Groutfhcro GrantThere Ornlltflu
There flu is something rather fine lnit peo people peopie ¬
pie tint can thus candidly cnnllldl publish and andacknowledge nlllincknowJedge nntdacknowledge
acknowledge two of o the greatest blun blunders blnnIlers bluntiers ¬
tiers in their history his tor But the Urltlsh liritishhavo lJrltlshhno Urltlshhave
have grown Into 111 to a nblg big habit of always alwaysexempting O1OStxcmptlllg alwaysexempting
exempting Americans front tho ordi ordinary ortUnllr ordlnary ¬
nary nllr divisions of nationality Cccllhihodea Cecil CecilKhodcs Clellnholles
Khodcs was far from being beln tho only
Englishman J whose patriotism went be beyond beyond Jc Jcond
yond ond tho empire and Included d the therace thoraCA timerace
race Tho lenst Imaginative Londonerfeels Londoner Londonerfeels > r rtcehl
feels himself and his country In n avery nrlIIpeclnl averyspeclnl very veryxpeclnl
xpeclnl degree united to America It ItIs ItIs Itis
Is tho nation of all others ho would wouldmoqt avonidmost
most mo t like his own to be on friendly trJenl1l andoven and andeven nndocn
even Intimate lu terms with withSducly It hSJd Sydney 11 I
Brooks In Harpers Weekly WeeklyTelephone WecklyTd WeeklyTelephone
Telephone Td lhon Trouble In AIJlnln ijttn
In Abyssinia there tJwIoare are at atlhu the present pr scnt
time 800 miles of telephone telcl1h lO wires nl nlready nllendy ohready
ready erected and about nbo t 1000 miles 1ncourso In Incourse fncourso
courso of construction The contractor
has hod almost every clr imaginable Im lllInbJo trou ¬
ble to contend with Tremendous Tremendousrainfalls TrCnlel1l101lsrnlnCnls Tremendousralnfalis
rainfalls were weretbe the first source source of dam damage damage I ¬
age washing out miles of pole line lillIScnrcel
Scarcely had this damage damn y0 been made madegood mndor madeGeed 1
good r od when limo poles again began to
fall This time the cnu cause o was ter termites terillites trrunites ¬
mites or white ants The destruction destructionwns
wns stopped IItopPtllbr by erecting Iron poles but
tutu latter proved very attractive to
the natives who toro thew out and andconverted nudcollrcrlell andconverted
converted them Into tools This hlll Im
been stopped toppedhy by royal decree and tho thoprincipal tholrlnelllll theprincipal
principal trouble encountered now nro nroelephants nroclevhnll areelephants
elephants who tiso tho telephone polrj polrjns lIolrsns1cmtchluf
ns scratching ports thus knocking
them down Dull monkeys who Ural
the wires Ires delightful swings Tho rapid rapidgrowth rnphlgrowlh rapidgrowth
growth of the jungle also gives mine
trouble and makes it necessary to
keep n of I
party men constantly em emsptoyed i
ployed cutting array fL11 tho yonng
growth growthCaDIA growthCanalalashtn jC j
C CaDIA Canalalashtn n U Iuihlnjr luthln PerJindnecr r for nlnelll JJa ln I
The Canadian Government says the th
Westminster Gazette Gazctt1rab 1m baa u had built In I
OlaiBorr n traveling tranlln stand such ns I
1 fc commonly tiled at exhibitions tor
the purpose rm le of touring tile country coUlltr coUlltrn
njjrertisng n rtrhsnJ the advantages of life In
the th Dominion The wagon u MOW In
Edinburgh Yr 1row there It is 1 to travel
through a large pert of Scotland Tile Theexterior Tneexterior I
exterior of the wagon wa n is I painted pa loted brlglit
vermilion with Jtb appropriate mottoes mottoMand mottotIlud mottoesdud I
and when It comes com to a statfthtlil ta bt111 tin tluside tinaides i
sides and ends flimsy up converting i iIt
it Into A shUt t1 Ie on which ore shown sbowispfctmonx Abo Abolip t tapeelmena
spfctmonx lip t I m Cn of f tth4t the products pro 011 n te of O t the colcry col colcry
cry Ur < xnejttis of the stand It b a an
p9eA P 1 < lel n to or r eat Kfh rh Vrmoto troot and othertrtto vlb lthlfw lthlfw1tttJbl
iiare 1tttJbl lb PflrU prut of f t Uio e tOtiiitl7 tOtiiitl7I countr tJnt 1
i 11 I fl l II
< I l of 1 A
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r M Mi r 11 11f
f f < I
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1T C c = r rI
Dr Af AfI AfA
A FilipinoTeacher1 Filipino FilipinoThe FilipinoTeacher
Teacher Teacherer
er errho
The advancement of t education among AmOIlGI mmnuugthe amongtho
tho l Filipinos under American 4 inllti inlltiouco Inllllen lnlhlonco
I ouco en co Is s rapidly progressing Not ot only onlynro 0111 0111nro onlyI
nro thcro now liD n hugo tnnnbcr of Atuur Atuurlean A Amucat 111 01 01Icnn
I I lean cat teachers In tho Inlands doing dally dallyexcellent dnll dnlloxecllent
Iexcellent excellent work orlc but the innnbur of ofwollqnnlllled otwcllqlnllllel ofwell
wollqnnlllled well qunlltled Filipino teachers la con constantly constnnU ccustnntly ¬
stantly Increasing Among these Miss MissWlnr MIss1lIn1 Missfilar
filar Wlnr Kninova nIl1IWI1 whose portrait appearslucre appears nppenrshere nprlcnlSI
here Is of t cspuclnl 08 n Interest I > just Jti u t no
Filipino Archers ArchersArchery
Archery rchof lit lies mi Leon procured vrll tJlCl1 In the theUnited 1110Unltoll theUmltud
United States nt Interval in ft dofltil desultory dofltiltory deAJItory
tory tray 11 and two I Itilons
on or three area oecaKlons areaslons
Klons has seemed ti on the point of be becoming becoming ¬ I I0111111r
coming popular About IStto It must mustliavo mUlltJill musthave
have Jill 0 been prnttlcYd IlrnrtI 11 hero to ft con considerable CIII111I1ernblc conssdcrnble ¬
siderable extent Judging fron limo ho thotrlule hotrade
trade catalogues and manuals pub publlshel IIUTJJ1JjhrII pnbllHhed
llHhed about nh ut lint tllattll110 tlino by the dealers denlursin dltllcrIII
in archery rehc1 goods Again rbont rlJunt1t11ij rlJunt1t11ijthere 1873 1871theta 1873thcro
there was IIH n revival rclrnloC of the port in inthlH 111thl htthis
this thl country eOlll tr and In 1870 there awn awnformed WAS WASformed 111 111ro
formed ro l 111 cd n National Association wlilcn whlculine wlilcn1ms whlellhns
line held Its annual contests nlncf nlncfthough IIlnethol1Gh sinesthough
though public Interest In tho sport sportline n < > rt rthas
has not been sustained sustainedTho slIstnlucll11lot0111no
Tho 11lot0111no Iotomnc Archery Areller Club of Wash Wnjiington Wn I I1nslon
legion was organized in 1870 and IHI la laone fsone Isone
one of tho few clubs hat have kept keptup
up nil organization Archery rrlter Is s ntlll ntlllpracticed stillpracticed tlllprnrlltcd
practiced In the Ililllpjilne Inlands ns nsthown asshown i it
shown t ow by lrt thin Hi omtmiijInK nr t I rc cut I
lt I
4R A Et llitHxillti tlifi 11K 1 1r
because bl ltURI she Sh Is In charge of tho model modelI cadsschool
I Ilit lnt
I i school on tho Ihlllpplno Reservation Reservationnt
nt tho fit Iouln Wlr lulrn anti 1111 hn hips been beenlargely beenhwcl beenlargely
largely Inslnmiontnl In tho collection collectionot col1ectlol1oCtxhlhlls collectionotvlxilblts
ot oCtxhlhlls > lilll8 for tho educational display displaynttiio 1118pl111Ilt
nttiio Ilt the rxposltloii J < Sho U n 1 native imtlvatflllplnd JIItlVIItJllIII1 nativetllliilnd
tflllplnd about tWciltyflvO yeUrd tti4 dId tikiShe dId8be didShe
She gntduiited from tho Collcglo do doSnntu t1 t1Snntl deSnntn
Snntu Hosn j it Jcault Itmtltutlon After AfterAmerican AlterAmC1l AfterAnlorlcnn
American AmC1l nn occupation who took ton nn nlll lug lugt KiigllHti
1 llHti course lICv graduating In 1002 nit t t ns nsHiimlng ns1II11ll1Jtchnr
Hiimlng 1II11ll1Jtchnr charge e nC tho Santa Crux CrnaHchool ClU2cJloollu Cruxschool
school cJloollu lu Manila Inter she wns 1111 trnns trnnsferred hnnstelct1 trnnstermed <
termed to tho Mnnlln Normal College CollegeMUs CollegelIa CollegeMiss
Miss lIa Zninoni believes thoroughly in inlinvlng InIIn Inhnvhig
linvlng IIn IUK Amcrlenn methods nnd th thAmerican the theAmorlcnlt theAmerican
American language Instituted In thelelnuds the
1 slniuls tat < Ito cdiicatloit I of tire I natives lI t I
From I rorn The Century
The Daughter of n Tugqlo Chief With Brotltotlaid nr Brother Brotherand hCl hCland
and Servant
V i i rrri j i ir irWho
Who Jinn not nt n t one time or another anotheroxpcrlenced nllolheroxtterJl1I1C11 anotherexporleneod
oxpcrlenced the tortures of walking
In nncoinfortnble ullromrorllblesl1ocH shoes and who hnx hnxnut JIIIClIot Innsnot
nut lucre ulna tlln onco wondered lvhysore why whygome h
sore growing genius did not present presentt
t to suffering tlUtIerlll Immunity n remedy 1lI1Il for tho thoninny tironinny
ninny 111111 evils hat do l beset > et < it 1ho feet feetWhat teetWhat feetWhat
What Jiconiv Jlel JS to bo n solution of the thatrouble thotrouble thetrouble
trouble wit be found In n nowlycon nowlycontrlveil 11wlYCbntrlvclllIhoo notvhyrontrtvcd
trlveil trlvclllIhoo shoo which Im line for Its It purpose purposehe
0 0rr
rr rrins
line XAU suX WIJUNO eJlOZ anezthe eJlOZthe
the ooiufort Q JbrOr of It the tvoaA wearer woal r tint last lastcud Instamid
cud nilthe alt the Ie lime As will be seen by > y
th the h picture the sole Ja U to > o constructed constructedthat
that elasticity and vcnttatlort Ire ttroelvun aregtvua IrehlIn
elvun with UII each movement mocmlutQt of tha foot footTlie io tootshe t trh
she rh elux yields 1181 < 1s to tho t e Inclination of ofthe ofthe It Itbs
the Jfirten Iep hi rolkJifrf end Jld ho th com comnd coInHiJI roarn
n HiJI nnt anti nd dpprekulon dvte > stot loJtt of this rule ruleamreIialtrly 010
amreIialtrly 1111111 hNY fowls nUll 1rnlGlltlJ 1 1r y yjrlJif13fb
jrlJif13fb r bit l tuner tJtt will tt 111 st J ht I
ULtt lit IL E i 11Iftloll Ia < lsh 1111i is > a1 IJltt ity a ft 1J 1Jrue mO mOfU11I4
rue fU11I4 d4lIf3iui t1l n d a a ftary JJur t n ai po it t I I
It 1 f 1 Ij
t f
J i c 1
the fll lllnlily Derelopcd Sy system cin or Tech Tehtilrnl TedhnlCllul Techhki1ud
tilrnl nlCllul nnil Trade Schools AVlilch hleh Cqnlp CqnlpV gntpFor
For V r it Comtiicrlnl or a cIinnlrM 9 CH CHt Cnteor
t teor ot r the Student Kot DeilBiiOt For Forlrorlou a alrorerrlnb i iVrofenlau >
Vrofenlau lrorlouO < i ixpyrr t ti
i I
1044 O HE I1 system of Industrial od odJ ellT edtlcatlon
J Ty ucatlon In n yevnmny Cll1lnn which whicho
o 8 T n 8 line Ins attained n 1 high state ot otX otI oftlovelopment
X I X development 1 1s made the theyfQTfr theOWI1hJcet thep
yfQTfr OWI1hJcet p subject of nn nnlnl Interesting restltlJ report re report 10pOlt ¬
port Uy 11 United States Deputy Consul ConsulMeyer COllsulMor ConsulMeyer
Meyer at ChcinnUsV Thin Is tine first firstof nutet firstof
of n aeries tit consular reports on onspecialised 011Hllctlnlltell onspcclnll
spcclnll specialised > ed tfduivttloniiilfacilities 1111 nto 1 fqdHtJ which whichhave whkithave hleh hlehhnl
have contributed l sit s Jrfftfcl l rEt l to tho tiroitheuoutennl thophenomenal tltoIlhelloucnnl
phenomenal success of lie fjefnian fjefnianEmpire tlerltatIhuplro rUlltn rUlltnI
Empire I In 11 mniuifncturcs nud null coin coinmerco four fourI couihuerce
merco mercoAt I huerceAt Cleo CleoAt
At the bnso of tho German educa educational olh t ttlonl1l l ltiounl ¬
tional edifice Ho tho Volksschulen YOJlsschuhUocommon or orcommon orcommon
common schools Attendance nt tho thqVohiessehulo thoYoluiuchuto th thVolhllllchulo
Yoluiuchuto M compulsory conttlll or between tho thenges thoages thotlll
ages tlll of six or l seven and fourteen1lteti fourteen fourteenWhen I1 I1heU
When heU tho young Y lthlf student reaches his histenth 1IIstenth tiletenth
tenth year Onl n very er Important ngd has 1msboon hasboen hinsboon
boon attained from rout the point Of View Viewof Jewor
of education At this ngo bin pnfcnts pnfcntsmust pntentlmust pneIitsmidst
must decide upon the general t form rm of ofeducation ortlhlcntlOIl ofeducation
education which they desire l1e lro their tllllr11rlng off offspring offsspring ¬
spring to receive Their 1h ll menus and nndposition nlldIlosltion andposition
position In life will tnrgell1otcrmlllo largelytloterudnothe largely tnrgell1otcrmlllotbUdtll determine determinetho
the tbUdtll decision loll its to whether It will be bemerely h htllurclt beMerely
merely n primary 1 rUhn 1 education in 11 the theVolksscliule thetolltBschul the1olltsschule
Volksscliule ft hlocdnl1tlr o secdndnryeducation secondary cllllllttlon tin tinthe In Inthe tllthd I
the ilolieid Scinltc1 ohi oij ri higher educe education ethtcnlion educeIlan ¬
lion In the Hochschuid It A t prlinary prlinaryeducation hinnryeducation ln llrJ llrJllucntlonl8
education la decided upon the1 the1child time child childcontinues childcontinues hlhtcontinues
continues in tho Volksschulo olkl shuh It n nsecondary nsl1colHlnry asecondary
secondary education or perchance a ahigher nJIlgher ahigher
higher education Is to ho given then thenthe thentho throetie
the tenth t l1th year la marks the Unto when whentho whentho whoaurn
tho child leaves tho Volkascliule and andmterd nUlllItN antihntera
hntera mterd lItN ftotnd md secondary S institution institutionsuch hudltulloDstich
such as n gymnasium1 icrilgyirinflslum icrilgyirinflslumor I
or ohcrrenlschulo oher renlschulo or n 1 progymnnslum progymnnslumrenlprogymnnslum llrO progytmmnsiuiurcaI m11llIhl n nloalI1logyn11lnslum I
rcaI renlprogymnnslum or rcnlschulu or n ntrade ntrLUto ntrut i
trade or technical school of secondary secondaryrank 8eCUI1l1ItrILUlle
rank or or11 n private prlv ta Institution which tins tinsbeen UIISboen Innsbeen
been ranked by 1Iytho the llrostnto state ns a t second secondnry CCOItn
art n 9 school The secondary schools schoolsoffer sclmooldoffer It It01IC1
offer offer courses cel r elJ of either nine or six sixWhile sixyears Jx JxCII
years yearsIVhlle CII
While tho child la s nuraulilg lads hlncourse IliAouso ladscom
com course so In n the eccoiulnry I ondnp school sC Io I another nno hor
hail l t Qttty ltd mcitiid of tho parents pnrelits butnleo but butalso butnsei
also tiiC th nhtiiiril tihhhIIIIIltlttIt1daitllll rttlttltc3 nnd abilities abilitiesof
of tho child It tho indnns 1i1111i M are limited limitedIllinlv i itlum
1 > tv Illinlv n 1 In if
my Ill school With th n six years enrs course coursewill recesswill
will be pursued by btho the child after the thenttnlumcnt theI1ttnlument thenttnlument I
nttnlumcnt of tits tenth year enr or probh probably prob probably ¬
ably h bl n 1 t coifso In n trade school or sec secondary secsoudnry cc cco1l1lalY ¬
ondary tcejiulcnl t te4u lcnl school In preparation preparationfor
for 80H16 BOIII profession llrorc slmt lu Inlddle life such suchns
ns a that thntot of artisan skilled skll1 lt toxtlla toxtllaworker tXtllllworer textileworker
worker or lowor engineer or mechanic mechanicIf
If J l BUlllclent means are nt hand Iinl l1 then thentho Ihentllo lienthis
this son will 111 bo prepared for n higher highereducation hl Idgltereducation her hercl1tcntlon
education which will wJllllo bo either classi classical e1l18111ell clussical ¬
cal ell I gymnasium lending to some somehigher 801110higher sotmrohigher
higher luofcsrlotl like theology jnedl jnedlolno Hells I1MIchlo Hellseluo
olno or orlaWI Inwj law or semiclassical senml clnsslcnl real realffymUnslum realtUmURllhlnt realayntunelumn
ffymUnslum nlso leading 11I11ln to Rome Romehigher ROlllehlthCl somehigher
higher profOAstoni or nonclassical nonclassicaloberrenlsihul nOllelnsslcl1JeN
oberrenlsihul iher JeN Rlschuh In preparation for or ri nbusiness IthUlIllI11s
business career for n course at some someindustrlnl somoludnstrinl omolulUllhltll
industrlnl high c school or less fro teagnoltly froationtly itcqUOlltl
ationtly for ar mcdlcllno or law lawTho III IIIJIO unwXIro
Tho JIO ago of fourteen tho year 111 nt ntwhich Itwhich atwhich
which tho Volksschulo Yol 8scl1l1Jo In its n rule rulecompleted 11110COIllIlclQII rulecomtplolgd
completed marks l rksollothll another turningpoint turning turningpoint
point in n tho educational career of the theCiilld thollhl tireeuild
Ciilld llhl Tho lK toy > y may enter cither t1lthcrRlUlInl n ngeneral agenernl
general continuation C lIlIlI lntlOI school allgemelno allgenmelnqfortblltluugschulo allgemelnofortblldiingsdchtilo ullgClIIclnQI
I fortblldiingsdchtilo I t I tI II S h Ilon In which are re c
I necessary studies of the Volkssclnile Volkssclnileor
or ho may 11n enter ono of tho two classes classesof
I of industrial continuation nchoolan nchoolanKonoral lIebools1Ionernl schoolsngeneral
general Industrial continuation school schoolRpwcrbllcho IIchooAAerbllchu sclroolgsrvcrbltcte
Rpwcrbllcho Fortblldungs Xrthlh1ungslchule chulo or n ncommercial 1 1Ollllllerrlal acounnereiai
commercial coiitliiiiatlon school knuf knufmnnntscho kl1uCInllunillcho kaufmnunleclm
mnnntscho Fortblldunggschulo FortblldunggschuloGerman lrorUlldulIgsschulo1ermnllj
German drawing mid arithmetic nre nretho nretbo oreho
tho three great branches brnuchclftnuslt taught in tJio tJiocontinuation UIOcOlltlnuntiOIl tiroconthurntioi
continuation echool though more nd ndvnnced 1111nl1oM nilvntcCd
vnnced work In geometryphysics gcomctr1al1hYllclJnlll1tJlomhtrJ and nndChomlttry andCbomistry
Chomlttry Js given In n few roVor of limo thollollt thollolltl5ellool beat beatBdioolr bestschools
schools To these the o studios must bo boadded bonddl11 beadded
added instrucilon lit such subject rubJectlfnll rubJectlfnllPOC ns usp05515 nspojsiBs
pojsiBs POC Sll a pnHIculnr vnlno to n local locntluluJ1tr localindustry
industry luluJ1tr or Industries Tho conimcr conimcrt
t iu > 1 contlntlatlon olltll11ln U0J18chuol schools distinguish distinguishthemselves t111111nlII111htholRcJell
themselves from tho giiiernl industrial industrialcontinuation InlushlnlCOI1t1nlRlIol Industrialeonttnttetlotr
continuation schools that they em em
tho commercial cOlUlll rclll1 uludleB studiesviz studiesvizcotresporrdende hlllle via viacorrespondence lz lzCOJfllIplIden
correspondence bookkeeping lang lougungesf JaueUIIgCI langunges
ungesf commercial arithmetic conimor conimorclnl COllUIOrctal conlwercat
cat geography and office work workIt wOllIt
It is Important to note that tho child childflrnt chIllIttrHt clulklfirst
first comes In contact with tho system systemof sstewot
of Industrial Ittiiu trim education cdnen tlol after gradua graduation Slndllntrom graduntldn ¬
tion from the Volksschule In some somestates lIomosll1tes somestates
states it Is permissible to substitute n ntpcclul 1 1611Cc1111 nspecial
special trade school gowcrbllcho liach8c1l1l10 lochs FncUBcliulc lochsschnle
Bcliulc for n continuation school par partlculnrly lal laltlululy
tlculnrly for or pcr perltOlI oim preparing for CO n nprofession nflrotcssolI n nprofession
profession FurHiorutoro n primarycommercial primary primarycommercial lID1orrCOul1l1clelnl
commercial school a 1 prlniary textile textileschool textllochoaJ textiloschool
school or school for or mechanics or for
locksmiths etc ctcC10Y tray bo substituted substitutedfor
for tho continuation school As AIICl a rule rulehowever nlchowelr rulet0t
however t0t or 1 i these t special trade t schools schoolsiven ICboIIItcllltclel V Veven
even tcllltclel Ifelementary entar require tlto com Ol11plto completfon Ol11pltoIon pic pictfon
tfon of como somo coutlnuntlott school s booJ for foradmission fornt11l1lIlolI foradmleslon
admission to insure proper pro cr maturity maturitycf
cf mind la I the stuCy stuc of A profession professionHere lIott8Bl profcsslon1Iero lI lIUlfP I
Here then theas is tho end of tho wins winscnttonal educational Clluc ¬
cational c career of n child destined for fornothing rorroth1ng torrolhing
nothing more than a primary circa cicnlion CIICIlUIJ circalieu
lion The 1h Volksschnlo course plus n ncorjpuhsory ncortl1ulllorr acortpulaory
corjpuhsory or rarely optional contlnu contlnufttlon contlrmntJol1 contlnuntlou
fttlon BcLoDl course or In substitution substitutionsome
some Industrial Il1du frlnl contlnuallon t cr trade tradeschool trntIoschool tradeschool
school course Is the sum S lI total of n
tu irer1 a education c a lust loo in Germany y which whichIs whichIs llch llch1s
Is cwiplotod ea at n the ago of fifteen six sixteen sixteed sixteen ¬
teen or nt times soventeen years yearsClilna 3en1lCI111l1 yearsChins
Chins and M0ncliurli M0ncliurliA >
A corrcspanilunt la the tb London L LondonTimes nt n nrJmelllrs
Times rJmelllrs says that the OhlncMicnra troth lIothIngC trothtag ¬
IngC tag for r the provinces of Slnhchurla
Thy form no part of tbb t b eighteen eighteenprovinces el htc hteea hteeaprovinces ll llprovlnC
provinces which Whfcbt1Jl fll the UI Chinese con conception conceptlonot consceptlonof ¬
ception of his native lafid J f1d hough they
gave ayo birth to tho ruling dy dlIut dynasty m ty This
indifference tutUtrcr llco may nUl ho real and may nc acsCount nccount netount
count for the cavo cowVltlt e wJtI1 tlthwhich vhlch tho Rus Umssinus RusMinns us
sinus hero Iln 0 ovcrrua the tlrocountr country yet
afanchurla C ncr rJu in tIIort1J Worth fighting for forTo torro fore foreTo
To Xvitm to XIAe KI Xld J a Horse Horecurl a aA
A curious curl example of French Fr nclt admin administrAtlve adm1tAtrAtln adintnstratvqred
istrAtlve stratvqred red tapelsm is I Jl related hated tcd by the
LondorfAuto torll20 Auto Stern the tbt1JQeJrer jockey who whowinner whorode bo botod
roe tod j th mo ie winner In tiueCl lh tbeO11lrtfx Oran ntl Prix tie
Iarly t rJ Is JllbfQ about to enter em t r upon IJ > OnbllJ his yctrmlVrtnrj years Ilt Iltanlcrlnr
mlVrtnrj service His rfl flll1Jelltto flll1Jellttoil1nJleli ragjest i cst to toin toealhlled
il1nJleli in n ntlrR1rt Cavalry tfKl tfKlbeen gimcmit KI 1 lIl lIl1cd Ia IaC
been C i t refilled 1cd ih < th thf b e th tII b bye f
1l r I fe ttOt l 14iii i RUCmIt1 U bl L1C kt ttP
t I r r1LJ
1LJ <
J t
U 1It J
Htlrr Hturaundlai undt14 a the nl M d i l of Ore Oren11 create createHera
nem in inTho M men menTho 1 1Tll0
Tho rovlvnl of interest 1t J1 t C Cjiqpln Cjiqplnto JI hyrtnto Jh Jhto
of rn IllogrRPIitkI Ulogrnp yf itna itnan d dII
to the t o nppenrnnce nllpenr nco
n discussion of Ills Sil place Jn l AUiongpm AUiongpmslcol rtU1ol 1 ij ijscol uh uhsical > >
nlsocnJleqliJt cnllettutte1t cnllettutte1tthou 1Lt 1Ltlion
slcol composers bras nlso cnei cneilion
lion to tho fncf tint there U s u1cou4 u1cou4discoverable mnoi mnoidlscovornblo nTo JI JI11IslOernblo
discoverable origin ol1gll1ot of Ids genius cnbl cnblIJarclts HI HIparents Hla Hlaparenta
parents w whllo lIlto not of the tlJoJOc lowest tllCII peat peatnut peak i i11I1t x xant
nut class wore elO not remnrkhbjp relunrl lbl people peoplenor
nor ltd airy of o hIs brothers brotl1ersOllst brotl1ersOllstdlflllillynny or sister sisterdisplay ulsteradisplay
dlflllillynny display any tfmrkcd charnoterlsjlcs chnrnctcrls lcs td itdistinguish tddistinguish t l ldlstlllguish
distinguish them tremCrom from the average 1hU 1hUrune hu human ¬
man kind Chopin however from InCnll Infancy In Infnneyj
fancy fnneyj Cnll gave evidence o or superior lIulu rlOl mu musical 111U81enl Innsteal ¬
steal development Ho speedily dlstuncetl dis distanced llI llItlIIcel ¬
tanced hilt Instructors upon the tlt piano ptnn0wrote pianowrote 1111110wroto
wrote such dllllcult muslq musiqthat that ho teas wnacompelled WItlJC01ll1clIed t tcoutpelled
compelled to devise JiliT own inqtuod inqtuodof n > R Rof
of lingering nnd III Improvised toni be before lIoCoro before ¬
fore ho knew anything of otccbllh tcchnlcnr tcchnlcnrcounterpoint tccb mkflI mkflIcuunteriiotut I Ic01uterJ1ollIl
counterpoint nIl harmoiif Ills geniuswrits genius geniuswns tri1 tri1WI18
writs Intuitive No ono can tell tell tIlWJ1 wheuco WIehceIt wheucoit UU UUIt
it came All delighted In Us nmulfOi nmulfOiluil p1RuIC J tit titlion 1 1tloll
lion luilWhat What la true of Chopin Is true of ofiicarly atl ofearly
early l carJYovtrY every other genius tho world worldfinakltown worldflnirliltonn vorldfin
finakltown fin im ojY I A family pursues PUl UcsJt its com cominoiiplacQ comf comI1onll1 l l1nonlihtcogk5tolrco
inoiiplacQ 1nonlihtcogk5tolrco I1onll1 f Q existence x tCIICO for several genera generatjons gellcrlHanl genestlons
tjons nnd thcii tJ IIVJtbo1t wllhout any apparent apparentreason nppnrentreason IpnrcntlCIUiOU
reason a 1 fiou on or daughter l eiidowcd eiidowcdwith el1 ehdowedwith owotl owotlwith
with faculties facalt qullo foreign to parents parentsanal pnrentannd pnrl1nttllil
anal relatives mounts ll1 l1tS to tho highest highestpedestal I1IshelltLlcdestal highestoessit
pedestal of fume Qcnlua Oe lus JioWdvcr JioWdvcrdocH 1I Y r roes
docH oes oessit not t begot begotltgenlne ltgenlne genlii and ands 111 so so anut n nlfllboil nlfllboilIj about BOOHits aboutnit
its nature Im ins bportqd with wltbthQ tho one oneshining 000sl1ltlhU oneshlnlft
shining example tho glory dies away awaypud Vrnytand vny
and once on u mare l1or flue he dead level or com common Ot11 ¬
mon humanity IN resumed resumedThero r resumedThere 81111etlf I IThcrp k
There wrts not for Insteitce uste1iCet f si grnd grndttal r tf tfInl 4 1 1unl
ttal ascent to nor lor nn cqtally ever even cV de 40scent descent 4 4scellt ¬
scent from the height helgbcw1lIehBltnlceN4 helgbcw1lIehBltnlceN4lcnN which hakes Shakcapcaro hakespens
pens reached Ho stands alone whit withnothing whit110thlug whituothlag
nothing before null nothing afteriveltlfer after afterNcitller ntterNc
Ncitller Nc t1f 1 Ills father a reputable mer merchant nwrcbnnt suerchant ¬
chant il fit Htratford nor his hi mother the thedaughter theJRlghter thednnghler
daughter of n rcspnctnbfo landholder landholderwas faitdllol 1er 1erwns
was apparently destined to give to the theworld theworJd theworld
world so great a t801 Boli Wagners W gner txtterwas father fatherwn
wn was tUI the clerk of n police pollcocourt olco court al although ak akthought ¬
though ho passionately loved tho the theatre theatre ¬
atre std hIs mother possessed possc sCll no es especial elllelttl catleclal ¬
pecial gifts Uecthovcud father was wasan wasrun 88
an ordinary musician uUllll lnn anti 11 1 his mother motherv
v i tho daughter of R re cook The ll Jlet JletmIGht list listudght t tmight
might bo Indefinitely extended Includ IncludInj fnclmlIlg Inclmdtug °
Inj tug great gr nt leaders Jc derfot of men mCllllce like Mahometand Mahomet Mahometrtjid
rtjid Jvnnolcon or poets from Homer toi toiTeiinyaotii toilchll toTeiuhyeau
Teiinyaotii lchll lolll or painters from Raphael Raphaelto
to till nlUlu the fit CUu1on8 mo tig nrtlstsot artists of the tboprc thepresint thepresintday present presenttiny lft1t lft1tdo
tiny tinyIn do dayIn
doIu In all of ortheso these men the mystery of
genius W wits nH K present Its presence presentoex presentoexcJttll ex excited excited ¬
cited curiosity as 88ell well Its ndtalratloii ndtalratloiiand
and yet ot Its cause rcmnlncd remainedstfiwiijbd remainedstfiwiijbdbook JHie JHiebook eee ad adbook
book All AlltOn that t la Issnld said and wrltlciVIa wrltlciVIamrro ivrtteh is ismere
mere guesswork 1o ono knows I iOWB what whatpeculiar wlintIOCIIII1 wkatpocullnr
peculiar convolution OI lutlol of the brain whatparticular what whntPnlUculnr whimpnvthculnr
particular activity of undiscovered tlillllscQvere1cells undiscoveredcells
cells makes the poet octth the musician m1 lcl n the theartist theartist 1t11 1t11nrltstor
artist nrltstor or the general Wo wy II that a aman amRn amat
man is n born poet of a born 11 musician musicianand tnuslclanold slclan slclannnll
and there wo pause Science Bol uee brings bringsnothing bringsuothlug r ruoUlln
nothing doflnlto to our aid and ntI leaves leavestha JeaveAthaclrfnln leavetits
tits thaclrfnln curtain darkly tlnrl down downWhllo downWllllo downWhile
Whllo it is true as Carlyle said saldt 1dl that thatgenius tb thatgenius f I
genius la I capacity for taking takh g infinite infinitepains infinitepains II IIplllnl
pains It t la also true that no amount b blabor Olobor of t
labor cn can i supply tho missing elements elementsof elemet elemetof r rot
of genius chili A Amnam infln who lacks the vlta vltaspark vlt vltpnrk a aApnrk
spark at his birth might as we w w el Ir 4 iifttao iif iiftho Tr Trtho
tho place J1ln o which nature has assigned assignedhim assigtletllllm r rhim
him It is t not t01hlm for Lira to be b great greafPerhaps grcltlorltapl greatPerhaps
Perhaps the time thnowIU will come wtientho whgtathioresearches wllJ wtienthoreacnrclios t d dreaenrcltellot
researches of the scientists wJlrev will royijal royijalto al alto
to us new IOY geniuses are made Jna < 1o dlscov dlscovorliitf dIsc dIsccrln dtscovoring
orliitf crln tho thocOl1111t1011 conditions which create tho thowonderful thoWOll11NCui thewonlerful
wonderful gifts which make tho whole wholoworld wholeWorld holo holoorM
world orM bow In admiration IIU Until ltJI then thenhowever thenhowever
however how crtl1u the mystery 111f4jt ryO bC genius gonlusmwrt gonlusmwrtbo must iauatbo t
bo Ignornntlyworshiped IgnornntlyworshipedIt Ignorantly wortthlpel1 wor hlped hlpedIt + < > i iIt 1 1with
It Is s oven oCnJOo poor copsolatlos con colsolnffofilto olnlorirto to pares osrcowith agree agreeWith
With Bchopenhattor ReholNlhnlOltbnt that there th ro Is n ntouch atouchm 1touch
touch of otaenhlf crenlim In every man nf am
SUC thA unless this were the i cnsi cnsiIt cnaeIt
It would be b Imposslblo to explain tho tholovo thotoo thelove
too of Humanity for art aunt I l lt music musicand Iuulllitlml r rsad
and nil tho concrete manifestations I11 It 8taUo of ofbeauty qtbenut c1tbeauty
beauty benut At Att the 10 same time this Is Isly acre m t
ly the ho statement of of e R tact ta t not notcovery 1 < 1fU 1fUC9lJry tkeFdtey tkeFdteycovert
covert of n acauad cause Wllutko With the thefivcry Ut br trtfthTTefOwery tJi et etfvcry
fivcry genius ollius the eternal et rnRl riddle Lire Lireseats pre prescuta 1 1IIlut
seats Itself Unsolved Some of ttJii ttJiidlls tlicaa llieAIdays tlicaadays
days when the world llir is not sO wholly wliollygiven wtl whollygiven llr llrghol
given over to iriAtcrnll I McrflhintI m as It IH td tddny toting < i idl1
ting dl1 some rare rl o ethereal spiritual iIvlr1tualmhHt iIvlr1tualmhHtIIInYJrssp aplritnatmindrimy mind mindmny
rimy IIInYJrssp grasp the tb1sccr to a secret t Ianvvlijle rtRnW IJI we weof Wtot weof
of tho grosser flesh can clt simply II1npyoQde II1npyoQdeIUl1 wonder wonderand oude oudeand
and ndorc al1oreWMhhlgton Wafihlngtou WafihlngtouIVImJetiono Poet IJCHJtWhih PoetPiero
IVImJetiono IVImJetionoTh Whih boRC jt >
Th TJlcro pro may not at R first tirstto rt sgllt 4 iii i ito
to be hI any nn necessary eeesslr relation relationlady lclaUonttweuYa betireesya betireesyalndy
lady of ottoshlon fashion lu JUmdon ondon n pr
huff futl n ntupibllng owheDI owheDIrlbln > I Ituribling
tupibllng rlbln and Ind dlvfujr Jn A Anys Arctel t t t i in3
says nys n3 tho thoIQudou London Graphic Graphicless 3 nesrtlt9 rt rtless
less tho one Is h steadily Jun JunJ It iuicoii cleHg cleHgly tees
ly J extirpating cUrpltltho tho other Ulil It Jt is s sbowheatl tk tklowJ tkA y
bowheatl lowJ cn1 which wJllchJetds ytetdswhaletone yields whalebone wbaleblt flail flailSuch < iiul iiulsucb f
Such Iu llstle is the demand dlWnlu of corset corst Eiatiufac nisuufactnrera Eiatiufacttucra uuCac uuCactUCll
ttucra tUCll for f l this tbI811itelalthat material uluterialthat that the tie l snutco snutcoof SdUtce SdUtceof sriUr e eQt
of supply Iil bids hlS s fair r 1rt to bd bco oxlmy IR bed red redolntlstocfo cd cdNo
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devised doIICnn and the conscquQUco m eqll tc is 1 t tUst tlmt tlmttue
tae liowhcad wlinlo 1a Is Slnt at the theJresCfI theJresCfIr l rescHtlu RlrescntItttho > rescHtlutho ±
tho tlo rams tnIO perilous perJ u position 110slton h In wimIc1r whcHlilv Wblcb1I titer titerbrother r
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as compared cltnret wllli wUltwo two or three t tthatatnouat t ltipe
thatatnouat thnt r lolt In jircvlpuii rtr8 yeareeiia yeareeiiahalt years 8 8half v
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try tr camo back cleat cen The Thenaturally hxk i i ihralurally
naturally IIturol shot Ikrwar skywards skywardswhich 1l TfLJJ WJ 1Ybftaie taie J fi etvhtch t
which a 1 few tCicl years yehu q ago a o co coIbga Ct coat4 ttllatifi II
Ibga lga n pound wholesale wJlol ntl hagtW hR hasstWiycar hasstWiycarcost tltf tiycRr tiycRrcost yusr yusrcost
cost cost thirty tinthllllugs vtillllnss 11In18 and alli IhkT corwt corwticnkcrs cor cortsetV cortsetVtrnkcrs tV tVIcnkers
icnkcrs will wi have bl oto to 114rtOt1Ildll pay forty 8klllln sklhiiutge sklhiiutgeor e eor
or more moreKprmcrly more1Qormmerly
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lug cither for trtIQborl the bowltead bowlteadfor t lathe t err errfOr
for t r tho dress dr ss reformer reformeiion IcCorme TeC Thees Af ii tia tiason
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extinct extinctDr extn t f J Y YA
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murdered Urltcd Walwys is 1IW11 jwy8 ti tieo tlghtlr tlghtlr5o
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