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I; BULLET ,
Bv RUTH GRAHAM
CopretsM nr tmrVtl I" , A
A maa altllng la bW offii-e- rtMH-d u
xplu"oa. Ue was rousting a f
bills at the Ohm. but a im a he
bad ItsUabeaK sod Ibrant 1 them In hi
ea fe he wen tin next door am) found
"the 'Bccapanf. Tmulrf Joireik. sKtlna; la
hla rhslr with bis head do.u oa hN
dcwk. deed. . "" " ..
My office was la tbe name bolldlac
and hearing of the murder I (
Into Jones' office , A aurgeoo. waa ex
tract lug tb bullet from" the wvund.
and aa soon aa b bad don ao l was
Seised anon hi a detective' wbo""stood
wsltlng for It. Tbe detective rolled
It ap la 'his handkerchief and wan
going away with It when I td
-I believe yoo detertlvee are burn-
bufa. aukln a ctm! bout asutl
' tblnra to krrp ap an appiniiiev of
eflV-len.-y. ' I'll brt yoo a baodnrd dM
bra M tea that thf bulM r bav
taka Mttr Irada to tba dl-worrry of
"Since yoa uffer larre odd l"U taka
yoar bet. I think la about oa caa
la bra tb bollat with whk-h a bud
la mordarcd will lead to tb d lacor ary
f tb paraoa vbo abot him."
-Very wH." I mlld. "If It la
tn tbla raaa roma to taj oBf, tf II
aa th ttorj, and 111 firt joo a boo
drtd doUara." . '
Wa scbanrrd oamaa aad addrota
aad I thought ao mora about tb mat
ter till I aaw It abated m a Dwapaprr
that a maa ba,d 'beea tried for tb
' Border of Datel Jonea. The Jury bad
act born tea minute In- comic to a
rerdk-t of Jwtlflable bonk-lde Th
rary aezt axmlnr too detertlT wltb
wbooa I bad made the bet cam Into
my offico and claimed a bandrvd M
Ian. r I.laTtted him to be aeated and
' tell me tb atory.
- 1 examined the ballet wltb a mk-ro
arope." na aakL "and dlscoTered a tiny
acratcb oo ooe aide. and. looklnn
farther, foand anotber. acratrb tvlrr
tb breadth of the flrst about one-tblrd
the distance around the circumference
If I could And a pistol with two specka
th barrel at sorb distance from
each other to make tboae two aerate be
oaj a bullet flred from It I would bare
the weapon with which Mr. Jones waa
-The next mor waa of cpara to
learn of. a ' person or peTSooa who'
would bare a motiTo for the mnrder
The family of the murdered man were
very loath to point a Oncer of sua
pkion at any one., and I bad a hard
time to get anything out of them.
Jonea had a debtor. Erans. whom the
family admitted to bare preaaed ao
atronrly for -payment that the two hid
bitterly about the matter
Thin there waa disc barred coach-
who at the time of his dtacbarre
at away matterib cartes. These
rere th only sug-restiona I could get
-from the family, and I went to work
oa both of them at ooc.
. ! effected aa entrance to the house
f Jones debtor and found a pistol tn
his drawer, but of a different caliber
from the one with whk-h he (Jonest
- had been killed. Deaidea. from other
. todlcaOona I nude up my mind that be
bad nothing to do with the murder. I
"also found the conenmaa who bad
been discharged, but no phtol tn hla
"I ant down on day. lit a cigar, put
my feet ap on a desk and did a job of
thinking. 1 can think out any soluble
problem' with a cigar In my mouth and
J my feet tn the air. The murderer, af
ter snooting Jones, would naturally
; be worried about the pistol with
which he committed the deed, since It
might be used as erldence against
bim. Eren tbe fitting f the ball in It.
conaidered with other . Incrtmlnatln?
tlrcomstances. might convict him. He
would eodearor to get rid of 1L OowT
He would ether try to. lone it. giro It
away, sell It or pawn It I rely greatly
on criminals' anxiety to get rid of In
criminating articles. There was a
chance In this case that tbe pUtol
Would And Its way Into either a sec
ond hand store r a pawnshop. I con
doded to go through all there were of
. koth la the town.
, "la pawnshop I found a new re- i
yrer. only on barrel of which bad
n ttmi. that had been pawned a
, day or two after tbe Jones our
4er. L focused tb sun's rays In
. th barrel with' a glaes and thought I
aaw some aerate he, but "nld not be
nr. I bought tb pistol, loaded tbe
barrel that had been used and fired
tbe ball tnt-ra tank full of water. Be
corertog the bullet ! fouad on It tbe
cratches 1 was looking for."
The detective paused, and I. taking
m my checkbook, wrote bim a check
for a hundred dollars, nsndlng n to
him I remarked that the rest of bis
Job waa doubt! dead easy, but f
would Ilk to hear bow It was man
agedV i V Bot lo0" b continued, fold-
J , tog the check and putting It In bla
pocketbook. "In finding the person
who had pa.waed the rerolrer. n
, , waa a tramp and said1 be bad been
walking on a mad toward the city
and met a maa In an auto drlrlna
furiously. . The tramp turned to look"
at the reglatered number and made a
mental aqte of IC; Jaat then be aaw
y , the maa In the auto throw ammtMn.
' away, n went after It and founds
"Taking It Into the city he, pawned
It Tbe men whf threw It away was
tdentlflel hf bla anto number.
"Jones had bfnkeo up bis domewrte
happlnea by alienating hla wlfe'a at
n propeea a exprtaw my Optaloa."
PLANS TO STOP
: TIDE TO CITIES
Rolpli Spreckels Has. Project
For Prospecilrs Farmers..-
WOULD ENUST CAPITAL'S A!(L
ls la to Mava Wealthy Man Suy Up
Daairahla Land. Than Rssell It
Lang Peyments & Ona Cre Psilitr
t.ll Mf Ent.il Lawaa af farm ' lav
Caahajaanyti rarw a rwo. . .
Budoh.b PprtCkela; leader In the San
FraiK Uk-o aut I graft mA. In ao.it
. . . m w.. .
tfcm to Meaa csrtc renwro.
plan for stemming id po o ine
ware of population flowing toward
the Amerkan cities with suvh alarm
ln rapidltr. "
"The ttvuhle wtth tbe hack to lb
t.kluv" Mr. Snreck -
la ear. "U that. hll It dlatrtbutca
a lot "of free advo to tbe. realdent
f conceated etlona la our clttea. It
offers comtaratiTeiy tittle aid of a
substantial sort I thluk Ibat It Is not
because city dwellers prefer the cltlea
to the country that tbey remain In a
state of Industrial' dependence, but be
cause tbey haVe not the capital re
quired to txry a' farm and the stock
and Implements nei-eaaaryi to"'tuake II
a paying reuture. ,
Thinka FunSneMld- to farmed.
"I beileTe tbe capitalists of tbe rutt
ed States should form a fund so that
tbey could buy tillable bind and then
resell it to prospective emigrants
from the cltlea at actual cost. j Wltb
pror islon for ea ay t crma of pa j" men t
These payments could be so arranged
as to extend over a period of fifty or
even seventy years, qv that there
would be little question that tbe pur
chaser or bis family wouU'eventually
wa tbe land.
"As It is, many hesitate to leaVe
their urban homes because farming
la a great deal of a risk. Tbey would
be compelled to place heavy mort
gage vn their land, payable In a few
Tear.' Under this ulan a series
unfortunate seaaona woukt be fataFto
(h farmer, who would be unable to
meet tbe demands of tbe Incumbrance
on his land and woqld thereby forfeit
hi holdings, together with tbe money
be had expended in getting started.
Cair It Miatskao Pisa.
The 4ra to tbe man of. tbe. city to
emigrate to 4b frontier to bew out a
home for himself where land is cheap
la mistaken. Pioneer life necessarily
ntaila many hanbiblps, which tb city
dweller and bis wife cannot endure
becauae they- are not Inured to-ibctn.
To a man who has been reared vtug.
farm It la difficult rnough to trauaform
a stubborn prairie or a heavily wood
ed land Into tillable land, but for the
Inexperienced farmer, recruited from
th congested cities. It la almost lw
possible. After a few yeara.be will
get discouraged aud return to bis oM
home and work.
"Here U the difficulty, however. To
embark vn a farming venture In a dis
trict which la already cultivated and
settled to some extent requires a big
outlay of capital, whereas In pioneer
regions land ran b obtained either
free or tor g noirrtirium;-ndirtl3y- on
Is where the capitalists should extend
a helping band.
Europe's Plan Succeeds.
"In many parts of Europe the plan
of long psymenu for land Is In oper
atlon and Is proving a great success
When tbe settler are aasured that In
case of crop reverse they are not In
danger of losing their homes and that
If tbey fail to psy for their homes even
In a lifetime their sons can continue
th payments tbey do not hesitate to
leave the bench of the wage earner
for tbe plow and tbe reaper. I under
stand, too, that this plan has been ua
dertaken In various parts of tbe Chit.
ed States on a small scale and that ef-
10ns along this line have been tbe
aource of great satisfaction to those
who have supported them.
If is a great problem, thla bark to
tne land movement. It will be tbe
frtat problem of the future, as It Is
the problem of tbe present Our.cltle
are certain to Increase In population
immensely for many years to ceroe.
A tbe number of mouths to feed
frowi the number of actual producers
on the land rauit Increas or develop-
kwai ujasT cease.
FRENCH HEELS RUIN FEET.
pinal Curvature Another Phase. Ac
cording to Minneapolis.
Dr. Char'es n K'eene of Mlnneon
oil In a public statement says tbat
the high French heels whleh hi-t.
cbool girls wear are the raus of de-
lormea rcet that have to be cured by
Physical culture, and therefore such
hla are to be barred from the aehoob
Dr. Kerne will bare tbe pbyalcal In
structor in the high school find out
how many girls have curvature of th
Ptne. ne baa found many boys In
th Minneapolis schools so a dieted.
H attributed the prev.lence of eurva
tnr of th spin to bad posture, both
In, Bitting- amJ atandlng. asd to faulty
custom. d to Improper footwear.
nch a tench heeled shoes.
T Dam Grand Canyen.
Engineera are figuring on erecting a
Jam 700 feet high in tbe Crand Canyo.
th Colorado to Impound sufficient
to produce IJOO.OOO horseDower
DO YOU WANT
ANYTHING . . .
akaBaaB " - -v t "' 111
Try the Cfassifed Colttmns of tbe '
T 3000 Rieadm Daily : .
Avljtors lnJjunt(J. TJiougb
RetfJcreJ More tortious by
Deaths of MoUiflt
tw JAMks A. ttll TON.
AVINU flowa from tb deck of
a battleship to laud. Kugeu
Tl. Kly, to Utor; l-ev-aui
' auibltloua U rrtrert the l-roc-
and fyfrow land dwk of"
I k.ikin il.' .mn.f.1 allh the
.i. t. .k san mnlai-o aenil
, nautkal tuet to siyplaue ouj frx.iu tb
, . r -
er iTnyTaui. ...
itt !om haiiects this a tlie hut senrMeoit,I, ni artatora afree lh.il
i MtkWl Ber0lane ftjet umlrtakcnM
i i.-t . brand hew. t went Mb century ;
mtj of boarding a man of war. ThW
beiug th month of tbe Kan r'rao.-1'fc-o
I meet, th thing ta brought before
r with all ita startling reality. Mr. Ely
i baa not only reered hla ro-ea of
j flUrbt but bis jmltka on tbe coull
'neat, tbe previous feat baring lj
punea oa ai iiauipinu
Atlantic coast Ue hat llkcwt re-
vrrard all previous human exertence
Tbe po-ulNUtlea he baa oeued are
What la to prevent a flock of aero- kept oa with dogged rre erruo till
plane from boarding a battleship j at laat he laixled la lou.lon
whil tbe aeronauts whip-tbe crew , olsant's great vktory tu AuntN
before the Jack tare recover ftvm 'heir ; wa that of wlnung the prise for tbi
aatoniahment? . What Is to prevent the 1 qak-keat fitght fn.ni 1U liu. nt irk
sky paafteuger from' dn.p'lug Umt around tbi atatue of l.llvrty ami re
oo the adnilral'a bead or blowing off j turn, That feat wa een tihr tUrlug
the flgbtlng tope and coualng towersT j s,nd. UiiiiUuf lla 3. IWii twivl"
It. Is plain to see that In XuTUre our J . .
fighting sblps will bare to be artnoreu
. 1 . -1 1 .. . .1 . .. . ...
DOi muj pb taw Kuri ami iimrvn-wi
tOJV 1 .
.sir. Ely preaenU ua a more picaaln'
proiei t. however. Hereafter when an
Irate saetiger loses bis steamer, in
stead of Jumping Into tbe water-or
shaking his flat and hurling lauguage
at the disappearing liner, he can take
in aeroplane and land. on deck wltb
tb casual remark that be alwaya
takes ship that way.
Already Sensational Performer.
f M ... 1 . iij . . avw wkM,i wi - I
a bunch of I'ncle Haffl'i naval otneers'
and men th sensatloaof their lives.
An lm lined .platftTm had t-eu lnjl'r
: vised on the deck of tbe ltlrmlriubam,
and from tbla tbe ventutvaom aviator
made bis start It. waa a windy and
rainy morning, and for this reason
few believed that tbe trip would be
made. Almost before the onlooker
knew It tbe, biplane had left tb ship,
dipped until It actnaQy grazed tbe wa
ter, then arose to a bright of 2ii feet
and bor away to tb faintly oulllucd
Virginia shore, two and one-half miles
Ely said that when be struck
the water hie propeller was slightly
Injured and he himself waa blinded
by the salt spray covering his gog
gles. When he had taken time to wjpe
eff the molatur be waa far aloft and
flying like a bird.
The machine need waa tbe same one
In which Glenn lh Curt las made tbe
Journey from Albany to New York.
Ely alwaya uses a Curtlse biplane and
witb' H recently won a speed contest
agatbat a Wright machine.
tt would have been a star Idea If
his snore to battleship flight some of
th San Francisco belle who eagerly
accepted Invitation to go aloft during
the San Francisco meet It would
hav opened a new era 'In tbe social
sunals of the navy. .The custom, once
hating started, might have continued
and expanded until I'ncle Bern's ere wa
rould bav looked forward to regular
vistis rrom tn aeroplane girls' brPt
gadea tbat would literally drop In on
tbera every time their sblps got near
Xisa Sears Starts Fad.
it was Eleanor Sears of Boston and
Newport who started tbe San Fran
cisco society buds to aviating. Mia
sear was not the flrst woman to go
arori. nut she was about tbe biggest
eorlal nolo that had don so. and th
Port .was soon the fad of the. smart
Aeroplsnlng la now In the acrobatic
stage. Man. having found his wing, is
trying them out and U doing all sorts
of fresk feats fat sheer enjoyment of
ma new powers. This la especially
irue in America, where we are natural
. re venturesome and where trick
ntung and rlrcua stunts hav bn in
dulged to the limit and beyond. Avla
tors are agreed that to thla fact la due
many of the deatha tbat have cast a
ahadow upon the sport Later on. let
as nope we sbsll settle down to 1
more serious and cautious rslt. WML
f ri lot mas) 1
sw UiJl Ia fa-nai a flivn a 1 ni
profitable. It will at leaat be better fo
tbe futur of aviation and will not
break ao many necks
The flight of Ely to the bsttlenblo 1
not exactly or the freak claaa. alnc It
aemonsrrarea- poaalble uses for the
aeroplane In war. But spiral drops,
excessive' altitude tests and other en
sa 1 Ions I riding contribute little to th
acienc of aviation and nnl . t ...11
tbe prite rooner and th dMik it. ,
We need not le dlncouraged. how
ever. Even th fclrd when be leglns
to fly hr-e a few tumbles-. If.be. wltb
tens or rionaandt of years it flying an
center behind hjm.. falls out of tbe
oesv, ana set bumped In learning to
" winga wnat wonder that man.
with no flying a nee tor shnnM ne.
a few mlabspe!
' rerbaps tbe bUckeat day In tbe hi
tly4i .ly from tan J to Vessel.
: Hmatkr-VY.II I17 An
telope Hunting Irom
tm-jr ut ABM)rira avlatioa waa Ibal "!
hK h tatar bird An b Il'ry
aud Jwbn II. MotaaKU uirl Iti. lr d.-alh
Voiiabt Frovtd Merit. ,
MoUanl waa ciiiiarailvljf iww In
tb gam, but bia. Orl tl tml b'iU
ccntsa'ft h'"lJhe w.M a aitentu.n
Thla u l flight with s. ihiwiwi
from I "aria to U'todon. It a the tlrxt
time si)ib a fer bad Kot.lwu at
could not le done. To Mint l
an JiluKin aoted aa a challenge, and tie
1 Immediately rtArrt to fry It out
i Taking lih'hliu bl uim Haiiic, a
; beavy wan. be Brat sailed over tbe i II j
i of Parlx, lb drat time'au. h a HUM
with a s.turer had ever Wcn acvotu
pllahod v1 er that or auv other big city,
then by colitluuoua atatiea (lew to the
coat. over tbe EuglSh ihaunel ail
within twenty-ulne uillr of . luic.m.
when a broken itroiller forced bin to
alt for retmlra. Il reiaif.'rtuiie aft
er miafortune attrmbtl hint, but be
PA IK OK AVIATOHH WHO PI.
Kl'TLKK AM TWO WHO LOUT
flight. Hla two competitor were an
Englishman and frenchman, each wltb
a Hl horsepower motor. Wheu Motaaut
d'.acovered that no American waa en
tered be hastily V.ugbt a" fifty bor
power machine from a brother aviator
and although be waa a arranger to It
mecbaulam be entered tbe race without
an Initial trial flight and woo It,
Moisnnt PMTed Herr
For sheer nerve there baa probably
been nothing lu aviation quite Ilk. It.
The macblu coat him $1.UJ. which
be had to sy ou a mere chance. Then
be fared a long flight tn an untried
machine over a populou, city and a -
large body of water. On the start he
-rk,,rkt.l . I I ... ,.
. -9nanTaMS9nTBnnaB . .s
h y- wr! wri'Mmf
! , " I meS3 5oc re j I
IT: " , ! " ' 4 ' ' , " two IVeocb aviators have recently vls-
at an angle. tHe won by worklug out t .. . .!
a theory and following It On the way ! 1 1m ' ,b'
to the ataiue he mounted rapidly until ' Tjj" f " " T
at one time he wa. 2.W feet high. " lH" " wt-r' Bcrm ,b
Then be .-oa.ted back, with tbe wfu.T7" U'
behind bim and hi motor going full , Hunts rrom AeropUne
force, at times reaching1 tbe marvelous ' .... . . . . , . .
speed of eighty mile, an hour. II. . h'' '" pt--
bis nearest rtvsL Clsude Orahame
White of England.
At the time of bl death Molaant waa
pretaring to enter tbe contest for tbe
Mkueltn prize at New Orleans. He
bad placed a heavy gaaollue tank In
front of hi engine, and tbla may have
caused tbe dlaatef. At any rate, after
a eucceaaful flight from tbe city to
tbe aviation grounds, some miles die
tant, be w as prejrlng to alight When
about twenty flrs feet high hla machine
suddenly pltc bed forward and burled
tbe aviator from bla seat aa though
from a catapult Molsant struck tbe
soft ground on bis besd. HI neck
was luntantly broken.
His was a daring aptrit' Before be
coming an aviator he had been a Cen
tral American revolutloulat. Tenon
ally be wa a slight, almost sbr man.
but adventure waa hla meat and drink
and danger hla element It waa tbe
batard of the snort tbat drew bim to
Hoxsey Plnojed rrom the Clouds.
An h Hoxaer's death came at almost
tbe ssme hour snd in a similar man
ner. It occurred at tbe Ijo Angeles
meet, where a few day before Hoxsey
bad circled above Mount Wilson la a
sensational flight and earlier still bad
broken tbe w.rld'a.altltude record. On
tbe fatal trip Hnxaey's machine glided
swiftly down from an altitude of 7.11
feet When wltbln a abort distance of
tbe earth and while tbe rrowd waa
cbeerlng It hegsn to turn over and
over and fell a maea of wreckage with
the dead aviator pinned beneath the
Hoxsey'a mechanic gave It aa bla
opinion tbat the aeronaut, had died
from tb swift descent wbH'ptlll 2.ono
Ate Yot a Subscribe io the
Vill Yes Help Boestyosr own Interests?
'"i'StiV. u 1.
Cimtrr yw 1 '
er Man. 1 far...:. JM
" your mmn Vn rriUnw "' " "0
feet la air. II mU Vhat at that Mat
th a la I of seemed la l cwtiarn
th sh., hM-a than ram ovwa
aa ewlftly aa If were f"lu and
pareutly without a sweater Olen II
Curtl bald a aliulUr tlew. although
he did notjbeflere that death- bad ac-
-Uiallx'lH- l',- 11
Ibat ll.ty bad lru traruiy a;i
Un nKlvm, due V awlfl l
sltliude, aa4 bid 1-e.ouie uit.vn'lMt
Cl aris I Wlllard. whit bad lm
am - lla aania day rrnriiitl m hi
arth with the atateiiM-al-4bHt jw tiwu
ey mould leu hliiijlo a-'d analn.
aa h had foui. 'The ath'ioH"
full of holm ha a Ha Imv Ilia
tbeorr" aa.'tbat llokwy liol iaiua
Into oil of ttKe hofea in' fl air 4
bad iws o unat.l to rltiht bl" nui hlne
E1J Altitude Keeor'd
oey waa a hUih type. f alatr
keen and lutelUk'eiit Ilia darlug 1
eienipllned If Ihe fact thai a frt
-Mg4waa blowing at , tlitf - tllUf -
broke the world' a altitude record II
then went np 11.44 feet..tr over t
tkillA 1 1 A h llk ttlan' M h.t tllMfW III
- -- --. -- - -- - .
. ' great rroiM country night rroin Prti6
felil. Ill, lo ht lula aii-t who '
TheHore lioowrvelt ni for Ma famoii
Aa a nouit of tlnw and other fata
afcidmia.'w hlch spread a all over lh
alatlou aky In tvMt", a cn-enatl
motetnent Is oa ft. t'ortlaml t:"WW
llhp. Aral le prealdenl of Hie Aero
flub of America, la out In au app
for mre caution and for uaeful rulia
rather than apr-1acular eltecta. Kol
hwlng the death of llivev. Wilbur
Wright wired to bJ tuaiiager on Ihe
Paeltle roaat lo Ittatruct the other
Wright fliers to attempt aa mr seu
sat tonal or record breaking effort, but
to ronltue tbemaelvea .lt straightaway
. lleaplt the death lUt tb record 'f
11M(1 U tbeeuoat brllllsnt Its Ibo-blatory
of attatloa Tbe tuwtxr of tuarttlue
I.N THE .NKAII
1 1 I K r'LVINO;
and ternr Increased many fold,
and all over Korop and America fly
ing Iwram a -recogutu-J ojioct. In
France aud other roantrle aviator
are now being regularly licensed, and
new taw tu govern aviation are !
; Ing enscted. Tbe ssme tendency l
j observed tit America. "Coventor Held
j win of C'ounectk-at devirted a ortlon
tMyiam-ULkMnemnUm of avu
t Tlon laws.
' The year of 1911 promise to bo even
JW brllllaul than that of lltia Aald
from xii9 ,borm to 1,1,,,,, fl,sU,
s.n Francis. Ely promise, to attend
, m , Iun( ta rl(rtt. ,,, ,
- ... Ih lr1p fruw l0e Cuban city to
I tc u, i... . .. , .
' -- " " ' -
bert Latbam aay that tbla year be
will go after big game, such ha ante-
l-e. Several Frenchwomen have lie
come experta at tb pni.. on remain
Ing aloft recently nearly an hour
Feminine aviator prviule to become
flted feature of the sport during tbe
coming twelve months. The year la
yonng, and a, tbe wjjnt world ha
turned Its' thoughts to flying who ran
tell what progress will be msde before
tbe advent of 191:! .
Among tbe dead Molaant'a effect a
waa found a pathetic letter to hla sou
advising him "against tbe fa ae I nation
that attraeta you to the life of a bird
man." It was tbe nstursl cry of a
father's heart and revealed tbe fact
that Molsant was not ibe reckless op
erator he had been pictured, but one
who realised tbe perils of the air.
Iej)fe the wsmlnr It la ear ...
that thousands of- other voon him
will barnesa ibe air and rldetb wind
this year and coming years. Mao
has fried his wings, and tbe firing tn
er I In hi veins. One hopeful f.ct
Is that the Wright brothers, the In
ventors of (he aeroplane and still the
king of ibe air. are among th living
and may b trusted lo guide and de
velop the art ttntll flunllv It give ua a
comparative ,.fl. and' getters! mod
Uam by Cat Ing Ml. NUm.
A Serrlan teacher. M. MeIakovft. h
n UjH-m - -M a '
....w.o.ra rne tno.1 anceeafu
01 learning yet discovered la
bj achom each pnpfl la provided wltb
OB KWJ. .Si 1 B. a
'..-iiaaoet. and aa soon aa be
can put hla name together correctly be
' tWt4l Wotd making ta
. . on me same plan. M KtOtkn
0 B0P,, on an average can md
uueuiij in in re days.
? ; ; Y ' 1 '
IKIIIS OWED UFf JO
BAIT COLE Pffi
, l.i...Qoo 0. J
KM ATX) It . HTKI'IIKM U
KIN of WtHrt lrglnla.
died rvxuliy. baa had bla
a a ureal railroad nloueer
li as sex-relary of war Im the reMnel
-rldeat-ltaft4.ia laMrd lit
popular mliitl.by Ibe rumor about
engagvmeul vf bla daughter lu
tlukaLr the A brutal ' lie s
In Uerry couuty. tl. ua itepi. SH. It
ll.a father nna'a farmer So. I uwtel
while ua ass silU a buy Ju..MI-i"lxJ4
He'wa.grsiUiated front I be uulerally
of that state )jl twu-sud look up lh
study of law
Jut aa.be naa adnilttr in Ibe bar
th chll war started, an. V k.tklita
Showed bla nidlvlduallly ..by break In a
away from hi family and a'l bla home
Ilea to enl,t In to X'uhln army III
father and t rot her fiwigbt for th Con
federate, toil he Hn! the Mbwtmrt
militia and ervnng ea-OBgh lwSalM
tbe rik of raptaln. '
rV-o after he JitlnH be anH with
adventure whlb nearly ral bim
life Wtth ht brother be bal left tbe
I'nlon tine lo tUll a woman frttt nf
th family, and aa b waa returning
be rau lulo a pbket of tJuaalrlU'a
gtterrlllaa. They were' not e for their
brutality and were know le . all
their prlaoner.' v . '
Saved by CoU Toancer.
Mr. Ulkln waa taken lo the gwt-r
rllla ramp and there fortunatelv r
ogtiiae tin Toujtsor. an oi.i trteiiu
and pupil of hla Vounger lnlerr.ted
wtth ijtrantrtH for the f u nr -eenelta
and oblalnrU a reU
,! are.,aiA tb. uM utttlrmU of . f A
e.1 off Mr. Libia bad I- -d tkmMu4t of '
ride with tbeiu. t'Ut he rrarbed
tbe croarala galloped off for bla life
Younger hWd bla raptor In rhtwk.
and be e.l fouutfer,. after
wsr. Icsme a Un.ltl and ess a mm"
btr of th Jeaae James gang II was
aeotepxed lo Ituprlaoniueni for life,
and years sfter Henat. EJUue t
only helped to secure hi rele-.. Iml
recelve.1 bim af hi ewn homo when
' ' -
Before tbe war wsa over Mr E'kla
left the army and 1 11 I-! atmrk scrota
tbe plain lo New Metleo. then a hoc
der Ierr1hry of whk-b Iwekthlnl. of
tbe poulai4n were ikauUb II' ac
qulmt that Unguage la lb ronr of
year at4-y.'q aerured a' Urr law
pra-tke He Waa elerted-to tbe keg
lalalur and also served aa territorial
ttorne general. prl.leot Johnson
made bim lerrttnrial t'blle.1 Ktatee dl
trkt attorney. anl be ass one of Ibe
few New Mleo nfltt 11 wbmlet)
1 Oram dkl not illauiU
It tell to bla lot a a federal nflWIal
to n force lb act ef emgeean iohlh-
Itlag slavery. AI Ihst tlsse there werf " "" a 0e in the Hriiiah at
in New MetV-o thnsnda ef eons. ; M omg too meh ef drlnklagv
who to -" tnlrnfa and tmnairs wee ,' ,b Word "etehaage- miu1 U
enalavH by the Mexican realdenta j t be Ihe exact Hit for tbe task
The abnae bad Jrea tolerated long r,ub " lt '
tbat It bad letme a regular social, A'!y tiered in irdlwaor
rtitom. but Mr. Uklns. In th fsc of ' omlnalkHi of th BeubhVstM It
tgorou optwalfk-n. Inal.ted oa tbe Virginia to tb sens I In IL 11
restoration of hea.afurtwiiat-tkh" !-hrt4 in IVtV ao or
freedom. t ewniluuoualy to bU death. He U
But be. blew eaforrlng the law be ! U' dentined wltb ml awt.
waa amassing a fortune , tw UsUrt,'k- ,c rte ati
praetke wss lucratlv. and he bad III i rnnjUo'" rather, than IneltBe,
Ue rompetltloa. la fartbular he waa
associated with Ibe Ma 1 well . UnJ
araat whlrh throuah hla loi mmrw
lee iHrvliMt- ih. Miln..iu. . .k-
1 . a . , .,' "I
Ee-elected DespiU Dccliaatioi.
Mr. Elkln flrst appeared tn Waah-
Ington aa the delegate to cop gre.
from tbe ternrViry of New kletV-oid'
1H7X Ilia ixipulartty among Ibe Sin
lab secured bim tbe handoiiie major-1
HCRNEO MAN-MONKEYS fOUND
keleten f Queer ksp Cihom, n
What are dearrlbed a skeletons of a
strange tribe of homed man monkey
pygmtoe are tielng exhumed from aa
ancient burying ground discovered
near Jack rabbit Jjralge. In ibe delta of
Topango ranyon. near Santa Monica.
CsL Fony four skulls and almost as
many complete sets of lorso and Umb
bone hav been recovered, together
wltb strange antiquities apparently
used -by the tribe aa weapon and
many stone laortar. . , ,
Tb trile le thuugbt to hav been
the last of tbe kind, and K la assert!
by a legend of lb oldest Spanish fam
ilies that Aftee Indiana exterminated
them Umu their Invasion Into south
RAISING FISH ON FARMS.
Novel tehee t Reduo Hhjk, Ceet f
BUI Flab and Jam Warden Oorg
A. Lincoln has advised Jowa people to
ro Into the buslneaa of raising Ash for
food In view of the high coat nf living.
-fond flahee." he says, "can be raised
wltb no mor difficulty than chicken
or vegetable., A pond of aa acre or
mor ia xint and with eight or ten
feet of water In tb deepeet part will.
If Properly managed, glv excellent re
sults." , r
Th gam warden has written In
structions for th small flab farmer
wno cannot arrord a pond mor than a
quarter acre big- and declare that th
uuaineoa IS a food on la
If you would sell-
YOU FARM "
Try what tb cheap eolumna of ths
Morning EnUrprts esa do for yon.
Ity f . anl bf was rkKu,
a second term while he was T '
la Kurup la th fac vf Bw . '
Htb riMjl f thvBominstk
fell that it could not d ILua eon
km'nf. aod ha )iirrvl In tl a,
teeni a iMlloual reutatka by ,,
In wbk b fa pleaded fur lite ,4bW
f lb lerrttor-) la stiteiium. i
Whll In rvngreaa kjr. i:iklas $
ri4 jlsrligbter. wf i Kettaior ti"
tlaaaaway' ImvU of wm viJ
Tt-lllaa. ik4- hItwr-arqiMi,'
wltb great nndevelopeil reao
that dtouutalnous stale, and 1
hint ta throw la hla lot with It 1
BeftJi AqtJrin rorttntj
Aftr the expiration nf t,u
rotigraoal term, aithoiii k I
alwaya recognised a on. r the J
e of the llepublbsn and w
aaelr ef the natk.nal .t.tuuiitts, '
a re red bla r on notion wtih s,w y
tco and turd fir-Mo year la Ay
Ingtud. II found that ss a atr '
ef national repute be rould ttiak
y by luwhlag after the legal
ef Ibe great lnireta alikk J
growlu-g np la Ibe a,, del(M(
otatrA I I
Nell be liea-ant lateri.ted g ,
road and turned hi attention J
a a. .1 ...k. . k J -. I ' . k
wife's stale la rirsthv i I
father TiiefVr tliey cixkcvtr I
Wt Vlrgtwla feetral. wbkh eiedf
a4 eat of tbf Aiieghen- utnasta
It thread Ihe" ti miter land regki i
lap a district eworwMMialy weallk;'
-mi ami awrr
I . k ..... m
Owning aa be did U Um tn
mines. Mr Elkln l -im ibe
crewaed king of ibe state lUdiif
hi Kowee with hla fil-ii, I., f
Ibe i , ... iulmrmm,a ..... '
it, tmrk .,., j
! h0 m, j, m,
j chlcag la IwM.
U has slwsvs been eai.i. -t ih.,'
! uttm stateamsa o .-d hi n.o.iaw
j (o ffae, railroad, m iw fr.tn tta J
. iiaiaJina nmr IMh IMIV'll I ' .'
again trte4 to make bim th
;llBa teadard taMrer- .Mr
Ifter ke I
fned. but It wee only s
rawed lawltliety from Florence It!
that Mr Elhlua red to pre
In HaiTitoa i Cabinet
lie thesj credited with hating
moch t W with th wotnlna'tW
t llarrlaon and la IflUI was Iuiim
1 that reblent to Join hi re Mae'
1 -retary vf th war oVpartmrnt
held oBW for I we year and wstj
"ewl of the tons nM esrhaa
j that he obrll to -csaie,
, " f1 ah ao St ret
I Lrtoatajy enough, whll be
ed U est Irxlnl la tb avast li?
(Republican Inter-, hla fslbeehK
Ba-Hawaior tfevt. waa nomlaatet,'
j etc -rideot on in I'arker 0
Tl"" wevec. BaMlevwteod at '
tlu" " trt of aa arrangemeat
,wre0 senator and the ktnc
,"deea aad l tw way dlaiuroet j
I- 09 IfaUy, vl
! RL HAIR GROWER FOt'
Von Meat tk Frigid PrefaaM
' ' aefeehly Plae.
,' Tb '' "Bnlvetwal balr gta
, diaevvered la a trip to tb arc
j Kloaa or, falling time and InctlbO
for that, employment la a cold at
company. ' , , I
According tn Mr Ernest Shackle'
tb antarctic ipkrr, strew c
on of lb beat Beans of strength
th hair, la to coflra of aa
view recently Sir fcraMt aald: j
"All f th ma who went wUk
on th Sontk pole sipedlUou tUI
or twe sewpuoaa posaad itr
crop of hsir rn their return to clvt:
Oon. - . J
"Extreme cold undoubtedly at rear
Ml htas'al kaalss A m uaa au aot a k rM
w w.w.w ae bmb, askal Wif ai s V 'r' ' j
d aesr the south pel our hair r
Dor slowly, but becam thicker A
An official nf a !ondo cold sbV
company. Interviewed on tb same
Jct stated that there waa not a
beaded man in tb snptoy of tb
Pnnf. n aald Ibat tb men wet"
JO day In a Uroporator of 30 OT
of frost, and tb cold andoubt
ssad tbetr hair tblcksr. . a
Amnrinn Lda CvT Drinker.
Germany, Holland. Ftanc. llelf'
aad Auetrta uoogary. la th
named, follow nest after Uie V'
States Jn coffee consumption.
-' ' Ptsflu Again In England
Ponr recent deatha from plain
Suffolk rillag war tb flrst la I
land from that disc for aearlr
If you lose ,
Try m fsw liners la oar ebp eolc
they may find It for yoo-