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M0HNIN6 ENTERPRISE, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1, 1911.
Or THEODORE L. WEWEft .
OBftjrrlcM By AsMrlraa Pr Am
"There ain't Whim chance' for a
ilvejj Hfe out yere,". kl th eld plain
ma a, "there useto wu. These y,..
,. railroad rule a country." .
' I wu to apead th night la Josh Mil-
. lee's cabin. We were aatoklng our
pipes after aupper, and hla wife wa
washing the d lanes, ' I encouraged hin
to talk about the country, a It waa
formerly. ' ' "' ' '
, "Them . waa times when. U man
waa wild as the. beasts. Every man
waa armed with a rifle hooked to hla
addle, twa revolver la hi belt and
likely a couple mora la bia Mddlebags.
Anyway that'a the way I used to r j
you we had some
about. Ana 1 ten you we uo some
- pretty likely women about yere In
tbem daya. Tbey could all tbuot. and
ahoot straight nough too. And, better
than that tbey waaa't all day doln' It
One on em I courted, too, fur 1 waant
married then, but ao far aa I could aee
aba hadn't no one for me.
"The boa thieve waa about aa bad
tuff to deal with aa anything we bnd
out yere la tbem daya. There waa
one sang ofVm that 1 und soma of the
reat ot us got after and broke up. We
killed noma, hung noma, and eotne of
'am got away. I beam that them a
got away aald they'd get even with
ma. They'd git me alive and when'
they got me they'd make me suffer a
death for every man of their gang I'd
"And they got me sure enough. One
arternoon I'd atrayed away from the
settlement, crossed the river one of
the forks of the Missouri by a ford
and looked about for some game for
aupper.- I had only my rifle with me.
but I considered that enough to deal
with any Indiana roamln about
didn't coma on to no game, and, feel In'
: kind of laiy, I laid down on the ground.
The breeae rustled the leaven of a
trea under which I waa layln', and the
birds waa aelngln', and everything
waa peaceful. That waa what made
" the difference when the ahootin' and
the scalpin begun In them times. We
' Jumped from one to t'other in a Jiffy.
- One minute it waa Uxtenln' to the
gnrgUn' o' water and the alghln' of the
breeaet the next we beam a bullet
atngln or a warwhoop.
....J. ?WM.'I fell asleep. I was woke up
up by a shake, and there. looklug dow i
Into my face,' waa BUI Aiken, one o'
- the boss thieves that bad said he'd tin
. me? He'd got my rifle, and I .raw It
r - was ail up with me. Bill's boss wa
. nlppla' the graaa. 8o waa mine. Three
other fellers coma rtdin' u. They
" waa the Jollleat lot at glttlu' me yon
ever see, and tbey begun at ouct to"
. , lay plana for torturin' me to death.
.- "Tbey concluded to take me to their '
camp. Tbey Med a lariat around my
neck, and one of 'em held an end be-
. - i fore me, and another held one end be
hind ma, ao that I shore couldn't git
way. Then they put me an my boss.
To git to their camp tbey waa obliged
to go over the ford I'd come by. Two
of 'em rode ahead and two behind me.
. ' When we reached the ford tba first
man went in up to his boas' belly. I
- was wonderln' If I couldn't find some
way to drown. But I didn't have much
time to think about It, for I'd scarce
got Into the water, when the man
who'd go tie In first pitched forward
Into the drink. At the same time I
beard a crack and saw a bit o' smoke
floatln' away from the high bank on
t'other aide of the rlrer. But I could
sea nothln' but the smoke.
The second man, seeln' the oue
ahead killed and not seeln' what killed
him, didn't know what to do. All of
us was in the river, and crossln' a
stream la the wo'st possible place for
to be attacked. The third boss thief
called on the second to go on, but be
fore be could do It there waa another
crack, and he dropped too. I was won
derln If I was to be killed -rather
hopln' I was when the man behind me
give a yell, and be went the same way
aa the others.
"One Idea by this time must 'a' got
Into the fourth man's bead. I reckon
be thought some one waa doln' all this
for me and, not Itkln' to give ma a
chance to escape, concluded, to shoot
- me. I turned Jist In time to aee blm
puttin' his hand back to git his re
volver when a red spot came In bis
forehead and be didn't gtt no pistol.
Tere waa four men either dead or so
near, dead tbey couldn't do nothln'.
Two of 'em was goin downstream
under the water. Of course I didn't
waste no time. I spurred my hose and
started across the ford. : When I'd
climbed the bank I looked for them
aa had done the ahootin'. I didn't see
no one. It was as peaceful there aa
an April mornln'. I listened, but I
, couldn't hear nothln' except a breeae
shakla the leaves of the trees. The
. graaa waa long, and I bunted about
' "Putty soon I came to a gal'lyin' as
If dead. She was the one I was tellln
you about a pell ago. A rifle and a
42 caliber revolver laid by her. I got
off my boss and knelt down to do
aomepln to help her when she opened
her eyes. Beeln' me, she put her arms
nround my beck. . .
"8be as the party aa had killed four
boss thieves and bad saved me. Bern'
out thar, she had seen 'em and, know
In I was alRb, had gone back to git
the weepons. After klllln' all four of
em. Uk a gat, ahe fainted."
"Thafa the kind of girl I'm looking
fof,w I remarked enthusiastically.
' : "Ton can't have that one," said the
'plainsman. '.'She's , In : thar washln'
fishes.. Besides, she's an eld woman
'now." ' "
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HACK" IS A'l'JWOMRL
"Russia Lien" Admits That Hia Pile
Is Up la tev Figures Ch Ha
eag Fortune ' Lafja Nawhr . . t
Other Mat Artists Cemfertaaiy Fiaee.
When a fighter manages by sums
economy and atrlct observance of the
rules of good finance to accumulate a
bank roll he la apoken of by his friends
! " nrt 1 feltow "a H m"
muu a wviiuj . ...
The fighter of today with money
rather a rare exception because few
of them, ao matter bow far they have
gone In the game of fisticuffs, quit
with anything more than a fair lot of
l com aoa me muunu vi nuue. i bow
that accumulate enougn to can tnem
selves Independent, even to ,-them
selves, are exceptionally few. Uow
are wa to account, too, for tbe fact
that the chief factors over In tbe sister
sport of wrestling are men of money?
Baa It ever occurred to you that al
most every wrestler In tbla oouutry
and abroad la a man of conaiderable
wealth? Perhaps you dldnt know It,
tut a moment'a perusal of the figures
will convince you that there Is some
thing about tbe wrestling game that
compels financial craft and. a large
bank account In fact' there are five
rich wrestlers to one rich flgbter.
Pugilists Given Larger Purses.
Sow are we to account for this
strange difference? Is It because there
la a different set of men? Even with
out mention of the purse of $101,000 at
Bono for the Johnson-Jeffrie battle,
all of the purse for tbe fighters, big
and little, ran generally higher than
do those offered tbe wrestlers. But
the mat artista get theirs oftener, and
that may account, for the difference.
There la scarcely one really rich glove
raajrx eoroM, wosld's oaaamoN waaav
fighter. Tblladelpbla Jack" O'Brien.
Jack Johnson, Jim Jeffries and Bat
Nelson are about the richest
Haekensohmidt Riehest ef All.
Now, take tbe wrestlers. George
Hackenschmldt la easily tbe richest of
all of them. He admlta to being a
millionaire, and, admitting that much,
probably has In excess of that amount.
Be has one trust fund in London alone
of 1100.000, besides three estates scat
tered through Europe and a bushel of
the best paying and safest of Euro
pean, Japanese and American securi
ties locked away In safety vaults.
Back has been accumulating for years
and for the last eight has been an ex
tremely blgh salaried artist
Frank Gotch, champion of the world,
la credited with a quarter of a million
salted down In fine securities and
farm lands In Iowa. Dr. B. V. Roller,
tbe Seattle physician, made a fortune
by buying land In tbe northwest and
never la idle a day In bla life when
there is a chance to work.
Charley Olson of Indianapolis owns
theaters and good paying property of
ether kinds and is credited with beta
worth $100,000. Freddie Beell baa al
most as much. Invested like Ootcb's.
only In Wisconsin land. Bill Demetral,
the Greek, la another rich man and
baa his Invested In Oklahoma.
Gua Scboenleln, known as "Ameri
cas," la the son of a rich Baltimore
contractor and a member of tbe firm
which bid recently on the building of
the new city hall In Chicago. Farmer
Burns Is more than comfortable. So
are Jesa Westergaard, Henry Orde
man, Tom Jenkins and John J. Booney.
Zbysco, the Pole, la reputed to be ex
tremely rich, and ao are several others
among tbe foreign stars.
And ao It runa all the way 'through
Another atrange thing about this finan
cial end ef wrestling and boxing la that
we don't bear of any of tbe promoter
i 1 'j V
successful as the Interests of Oregon
support of all., Tbe new dallv has
yon own Interests?
prise will be sold to paid to advance
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. By SARAH BAXTER
Coprrteat er Aawrlraa lra Asae-
Being a woman-with ao children and
not content with the occupation house
keeping alone gave me, decided to go
Into the business of raising squabs for
market. Having ample room In my
back yard, I erected dovecotes there
aed put la a doaea pa Ira of plgeous.
About the time I began to think of sell
Ing my aurplua on count lug my young
bird 1 missed several of tbem. There
waa a leak somewhere,
Behind our place, facing on another
road, waa a shanty In which lived a
German cobbler named Hans Schrel
bar. One night, hearing noise In my
back yard. I went out with a dark
lantern and flaabed It on Schrelher get
ting over the back fence. He was
warned that the next time he wa
caught In our yard he would be prose
cuted under tbe law. He put on a
great deal of Injured Innocence, but
continued to steal my squabs, finally
I caught him aim In, had him arrested
and tbe next morning appeared against
him la court .
"Jutch." be said to the court, assum
ing the expression of a martyr, "I leaf
It to you wedder a poor man like me
can effort to eat squap. How woult
I know I like squap If I don't know
bow dey taste. I got to puy 'em first.
ha f n't I. to know wedder I like 'am?"
"That'a a very Ingenious argumeut.
Hans," aald tbe prosecutor, taking up
tbe case, "but It won't work. Did you
never, taste any kind of game duck.
"Neffer. Do you take me for a sben-
tleman?" v ;
"Tou've eaten young chickens.
Prollers! Tou think I ran a (Tort to
eat prollers? All f prollers go Into
f house of shentlemen like you. 1'e-
altea, ten f prollers are two years
olt I don' like m."
Bow can a broiler be two years
okl?" asked the prosecutor. "I should
consider a chicken two years old a
pretty aged bird."
A proller rot pe two years olt!
Hm! To go to f colt storage hotiMc.
To flnt m t ree, four, fife yo.ir' olt."
"We're not trying the cuM kIoihish
men, aald the proNM-urur. "rtc'r:'
trying you, Hans St hrt-llx r. for ti :i!
Ing Mra. PerktnV squab. V!i:tf illil
you eat for break fnxt thU iii-inilne?"
"Breat I'n'd coITip."
"Are yort mire vou tlMn't m qit.tl. '
"Hans, Old j oh ecf ln-:ir f Hi-rr
"He diacoven-d n fuin-t!'" by wbltih
one may look lnxl ii the bMy and see
what's there. l
Hans looked umomk.t.
"Now I'm going," cnuMuiied the pros
ecutor, "to use one of lliecnincblno-
to look Inside your xtonim h, and If 1
flud squab there his honor will send
you up for loug term. If you will
confess I'll ask him to let you off with
small fine Just euough to pay for
tbe birds you hare stolen. Now. will
you submit to tbe test or confess?"
Vat la V prlnrlble of t machine r
The lawyer was a bit staggered.
"Tbe principle la that a peculiar light
called tbe Roentgen ray Illuminates a
man's. Inside and shows what Is there."
Tbe prisoner thought awhile, then
1 like t see how dnt Is don. You
ahow me vat you hat for breukfnnt din
morning, nnd I tell you whut I do."
"Come, come," aald the lawyer stern
ly, "enough of this. Send for tin
machine." He whls-iered. to an attendatit to go
to an optician near by and bring a
certain Instrument ' be designated.
When it arrived tbe German looked at
It wrtb much Interest. It conn luted of
two brans cylinders, with glasses at
each end, mounted on an upright
"Now, Hans." said the attorney, "be.
fore applying tbe test I'll give you one
more chance. Will you confess?"
nans hesltsted. Tbe Instinct of In
vestigation Indigenous with his race
struggled with his fear of detection.
At last be said:
"If you flnt the squap In my stom
ach how long for I go to shall r
The lawyer looked at the Judge, who
waa watching this sew method of trial
Thirty days," said his honor.
"I risk It" aald Hans. "Look Into
"I withdraw the charge." I said,
coming to tbe lawyer's rescue.
' The charge is withdrawn," said tbe
Judge, struggling to repress laughter.
"Prisoner, If another such charge la
made against you and you are proved
guilty I'll send you up for six months."
"I vants to see," aald tbe prisoner,
"rat vent truh my stomach dls morn
ing." That's not necessary now," said
the prosecutor, "since tbe charge has
been withdrawn andjhls honor has dis
missed the case." ''
"Jutch," perflated Bans, "I vants to
know If the machine can do tbe von
derful t'lngs the sbentleman say It
can do. I'm aeaty to go to shall to
flud that ouet."
Tbe Jndga winked at tbe prosecutor,
who placed the tubes against the Ger
man's stomach and, after pretending
to look Into It, aald to the Judge.
"Since the case has been dismissed,
your honor, I will say that squab Is
plainly risible la tbe man's stomach."
"Bsw, bawr laughed nansrDot
machine la no goot. I didn't eat squap
this morning. I eat a shlcken rot I
took from anudder roman'a henroost"
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vibiob . sir sets, toe Daildlog . being
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There will ta aavan rnnmi miu!...
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By LDWAKD B. TAPI'AN
CopyrleM ay American ITsae Ases-
One morning In 10. when tbe Cou
federate and Federal force ere fight
lug In Virginia, a raw boned man I
butternut entered the camp of a rcgl
1nent of Truucaaeeana aud said to a
officer be met;.
, "Cap, when you an goln' to flglii
The ottlcer waa passing on when th
man In butternut called to him. '
rsay, rapl . I want to eultst." a
"Who are you, and where do you
come from?" naked the officer, moll I
fieil at tbe prospect ef a recruit.
I'm Ben Rigg. aud I hall from
"Tennoe-see? This regiment Is from
"WiraL t bar's wbar I hall from, pome
Union men drlv me out. 1 come over tbe
mountings fa' to JUie this yere army
Rtgga waa eullsted and turned over
to a drlllmaster. After three daya
bard drilling the tergeaut went to the
captain aud reported that It was situ
ply Impossible to teach the TeuuesMrc
an tbe manual of arms. When be bnd
taught blm a movement the recruit
would forget It while be was teaching
a second oue. He seemed to lie anxlou
to become a soldier, but had no ca
paclty to learn anything. Th sergeant
was told to do tbe best be could with
blm and turn blm lute the rauka for
Tbe first night Klggs wa seut out on
picket be fired bla guu aud came run
nlng la full tilt, alarming the whole
picket line. Supposing him to be ,a
coward aa well aa stupid, at the next
brush be waa put In tbe front rank.
but he stood up well, proving eonclu
slvelv that be waa simply stupid.
RISKS' stupkllty was of the klud to
cause troubU). He went one day to th
brigade commander and Baked blm If
ha bad any tobacco. The general seut
him with a note to bla captain, order
Ing the officer lu future to keep "(his
fool away from these headquarter.
Thl mortified the captain, ami he put
Rtgga In tbe guardhouse. Tbe colonel.
bearing of tbe episode, directed lb
captain to release Rlggs. alnce there
could be no criminality attached to
tbe act of a "blamed foot"
After this the captain spent moat of
bl time thinking how he could getrid
of Rlggs. He tried surreptitiously to
have blm transferred to another com
pany, but tbe plot wa dl-overed and
failed. No other company would have
him. Then one day RiKga met the di
vision .commander and told him be
thought he would like a position on bis
staff. He waa sent back with a reprl
maud for bis captain for not better
Instructing his men In the proper rela
tionjltrB soldier to bl commnnder.
"The captain now vowed be would
get rid of Rlggs If hftjiad to hoot
him. ' Whenever there was a tight be
put Rlggs right In the middle of It,
bnt somehow the stupid fellow ee
raied, while the beet men were being
hot down. After a week s exposure
of Rlggs the fighting suddenly ceased.
Then no sooner had Rlggs got him
setf furbished up than there was to
be a grand review, at which he placed
bla captain ugaln In trouble. Taaalng
tba reviewing officer, he swung his
gun In tbe air and sang out:'
Three cheers for General C.V .
Rlggs' captain was dexperate. He
formed a malicious resolve. lie would
pat the fool In the osltlon of a de
serter and get him shot. He told Rlggs
one morning thst the Yankees were
offering bounties as high as a thoussud
dollars to any one who would enllnt.
It might he a good move for Rlggs, to
desert, go over to the Yankees, enlist
and bring back the bounty.
"By Jlng." exclaimed tbedunce, "that
'ud be a good Idee! 1 could set the
hull company tip with that."
Tbe captain offered to connive at bU
desertion. He took Rlggs out on tbe
picket line and told him to run for It.
The captain had arranged that the de
serter must pass through a narrow de
file between two low bills, at the far
ther end of which "were posted two
men who bad been Instructed to arrest
Rlggs and bring blm bark to ramp.
His trial and execution would eedily
Rlggs triangulated bla long legs o
rapidly that when he met the men who
were to arrest him aomehow he couldn't
stop. Tbey attempted to bead him off.
but he bad got by them liefore they
reached bla path. They fired at him.
whereupon be turned, shot one with
his musket aud the other with hi., re
volver and sped onIf he was stupid
he was certainly quick, bnt quick for
the first time In his life.'-
"Well." rld Ms captain, "I'm rid of
him, tbongh I fear he's really fool
enough to come back, nowever, if he
does he'll Ite shot for desertion."
But Rlggs never returned. On reach
ing the Federal pickets be asked to be
taken at once to the headquarters of a
certain general. :,..' .
, "Hello. Biiker!"'exclaimed the gelT
eral. "You bank I , I thought you'd
got yourself hanged by this time.
Hope you've got a lot of Information."
"1 have, general. I enlisted In the
Xtel army a a Tennesseesn I didn't
say from east Tennessee and proved
so stupid that they wouldn't keep me."
"Well, what are they doing over
there T' asked the general.
"Stonewall Jackson has been with
drawn, from the Shenandoah ralley
and Is marching toward Richmond.
What he will do there I couldn't find
out but all the scattered forces aro
ordered to loin Lee, and It looks as If
there was to lie a concentrated attack
"Good fr your aald the general.
: Put Yourself in the
A J nJJ.i m
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Include In It Just the Information
you'd like to find if you ware an a
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SULT8I , , . , .
Tor theee savories use casseroles or
. inn. iiavner thso those sold
for shirring' egg The squally ''
brown ones with bsmlles are Ideal tot
this purpo Butter then llgbily nd
u. in h a round of toast rut io 0"
.i- u .1 th. ,iih This inai lie
tamped out of bread wliq the cook)
Mitr or emntr baklug powder ran
discarding the crut and loaning the
nunrfa. kioliratwlih Uiti oyater
Hnwr. lav all or seven gotal slaed 0Jf
tera on the toast, sprinkle llybtly with
alt and pepper, dot with Ut of but
t.e- add tf vou like a tsbleepoouful of
cream, though tbla la Dot aa essential;
net In aa oven of ateady heat and bade
about ten minutes or until lb oysters
ruffle and crimp Than serve at opc
tn tbe nana la whh-b tbey are cooked
setting them, of course, on a plate ao
aa not to Injure tbe table ! lemoo
with them and serve more toast as aa
accompaolment or thin slices of but
tared brow bread
Cheaelat tayar Cafca,
For a layer cake with a, filling of
chocolate cream mil half a ruprul or
butter with a cupful of sugar After
am Ing add two beaten eggs and
half a rupful of mik. tin two tea
poooful of baking powder wlib oo
cupful and a half of flour and tir the
molat Ingredient luto IL IH in mil
ture bake In two or Ibrve layer and
wbta cold apresd them wlib the fut
lowing (tiling: Urate a quarter vf a
pound of rhocolai Melt It and add
a quarter of a cupful or sugar and a
teaapoonfnl of cornstarch Messore
out one cupful and half of milk
Add a little to tbe inlitur and put
the reat over tbe stove to boil When
It bolts add tbe mixture and eoutlnoe
to cook till It thicken, being crrul
to atlr It constantly to prevent lumps
The squaab leftover from dinner ma
be used up In pancakes. Have ready
about a pint or. old mashed squaab
and add a tableeiMMHifui of butter, a
little salt half a cupful of milk, an
egg and half a cupful of flour sifterf
who a leaspoooiiii ei rasing iucr
If the baiter la too thin add more flour
If too stiff mere milk Drop I be
batter by tahieaooiifuie on to a bet
buttered griddle or a. wiapMtooe one
and baka like other cakes ot tbe kind
Berv the cakes directly from the grid
die with butter If there are leftover
corn and stewed tomatoes In the larder
mix tbem. and when they begin to boll
flavor with a little onion juice, half a
teaspoon fat of sugar and serve very not
pletd tMt Potato..
Por this dish the potatoes must be
perfectly sound and of One flavor ''.In
different ones are not for this festal
occasion- Select those of uniform
lie, wah clean, boll tender, sklq and
Und aald to become rold Oil Into
quarter Inch rounds, place a liver oo
tbe bottom of a buttered dian. dot with
blta of butter and sprinkle with a mil
tore of brown sugar and clnnsmoa
Alternate layers of potato and sessnn
Ing until tbe dish Is filled, finishing
with plenty of butter Cover sod stand
In the oven ontll thoroughly heated
through, then uncover and brown
larva at once without redlahlng
" Cream Puff.
One cup boiling water poured on one
bair cup butter and put In aaucepan
on tova When but Hog add one cup
of flour, beating aU tbe time Let boll
five minute When eold add three
egg well beaten: drop oo buttered
pans and bake thirty minutes
. Cream Filling One-half cup of ug
r, three great oona of floor, on
egg poured into one plat of boiling
milk; flavor Make a amall bole in
tbe aide of tbe puff with a knife and
fill wltb tbe cream Tbla makes twelve
Cam m I BitliAuiiM ...
A pot emphasised bv the ma no far
rarer of th beat earthenware casae
roles la tbst before using at all they
bould be 'placed In a pan or large
kettle and completely covered wltb
cold water Bring alowly to a boll and
then remove tbe pan from tbe Ore. let
ting the ware coot In the water before
Avoid changing tba temperature
from not to cold or cold to hot loo ab
ruptly, lest tbe ware be cracked.
A Pig D.twrt.
How about molasses fig pudding?
Do you know it? if not you might
try It out on the family.
Mince very line one half pound of
flga and mix tbem with ene half pound
ef finely grated breadcrumbs, all
ounces of soft butter and enough mo
lasses or best alrup to mk into a
naate Butter a mold and All It wltb
the mixture, than boll or (team for on
and one-half boors. Serve wltb cream
either plain or whipped
Ginger Puff. I
One cup molasses, one cup sugar, one
cup aweet milk, three-fourths cup bat
tar pr part butter and lard, one egg, one
tabletpoon soda, one tablespoon ginger,
ne tablespoon cassia, four . and one
half cup flour - Drop to apooafula 0
greased pan. You may think there
la too mora eoda. but there to not
a flln nt Kanar.x.. - .
talk It's delicious.,, I0 per can at
Mimi i im urocery. ;
r- Puneart of Mr. Verwyrt.
u iuuiim aarvices over the re
malna of Mra. Verwyst, who died of
w,""u or in iunga at her home
pn Sunday, waa held Tu.day morn
Ing at o'clock at the family home,
the ervlce being In charge of Mral
A. O. Preel. The.iotarment waa In
the Mountain, view cemetery, and
many friend bf the deceaaed attended.
Choice office rooms In Oambrlnua
block; ateatq heat See J, J, Tobln.
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