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MORNING ENTERPRISE, TUESDAY, BEPTEMDER 19, 1911.
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Th tetb of the elk U superior U
flavor to moat feuUon. The balls are
la beat, condition about the time tb
velvet 1 shed. As tbe baa ting season
la natiallv In CUIiAtmr and Nat(mbf
and only male am killed, sportsmen
orten owain id venieon u poor con
dition, and aa a result many persons
ha v found fault 'with tba flavor of
Ik meat It la not best wben freshly
killed, bat after banging four or Or
days It becomes palatable aud ootrl
tloua. Of courM fat alk are better
tbau lean. Kur New.- ""
Huoacrib for tba Dllv PJnterorla
She Loved Her
How a Boston Ctrl Behaved In
Copyright by Amtrlean Presa Aaso-
It waa Mr. Streeter. a Londou. Jewel
s', who trim Instrumental la exposing
tbt notorious old I line swindles Plato,
who claimed to bar discovered th
philosopher's atooe. Ilia method con
stated In baring a bag ot gold
concealed up bla sleeve, from bU
by an Ingenious contrivance, be wax
bit to Kuwi tbe powdered metal
UDotk-ed Into tbe crucible, My this
swan be waa able to melt a soveralgu
and produ.e three or four tlaies Ita
weight In nie' a I. Loudon Mall
The crouct which we make (or
oundvea in this life by a resiles
anxiety aa to the future are not
crow which come (rom Cod. We
how want of faith in him by our
fa'te wisdom, wishing to forestall
hia arrangement and struggling to
supplement hia providence by our
own providence. Fenelon.
An Island ef Rlaek Cat.
One of tbe queerest corners of tbe
earth la Chatham laland. off tne coast
of Ecuador. Thia Inland Ilea (kX mtlea
weat of Guayaquil, and tbe equator
runs directly through It It abounda
In cats, every one of which la black.
Tboae anlmala live In tbe cievlcee of
the lava foundation near tbe coaat and
aubalst by catching fish and craba in
atead of rata and mice. Other anlmala
found on thla laland are boraea, cattle,
doga. goats and chickena. all of which
are perfectly wild.
E. B. U. Stenographers and
Bookkeepers r Great Demand
Business firms ore recognizing the superior
training of our Business university over the
work of the busl .ess colleges. Our standard
Is higher; our work Is much more thorough;
our work Is more complete; ond our students
ore more proficient In every way.
OUR TEACHERS ARE TRUE TEACHERS.
Heart to Heart
By EDWIN K. NYE.
MUa Uwendolln Uobblna of nMtu
possessed all the various traits uxnui
l attrllmreri to tha a-lrla of that cltv.
Bhe was Intellec tual, well read and In
dependent. Miaa ILobhlna bclno- In London with
eotne friends endeavored to make u
a party to visit tbe castle or i-or.i iw
minuter at Abercromble, aome twenty
mile from tbe city, but aiuc every
one of ber fellow tourist waa bent ou
occupation for tbe day In auotber di
rection Mia Itobblna determined to
make tbe vtxlt alone. ' 80 abe boarded
a train from Paddlugton station aud
on reaching Abercrouible took a cab
for tbe caatle.
Abercromble, though a tbrh lng town
today, -waa In medieval timet bufc-
cluster of bouses surrounding tbe
castle and a bla; church aa well, occu
pied by the tenantry of tbe earL It
la not therefore to be expected that tha
atreeta would be very straight or
very broad. The cabman waa lumber
ing along at a snail's pace when round
a suurp curve came an automobile
driven by a young man In a white flan
nel ault and a atraw hat Tbe cabman
lost bla bead and. Instead of going to
the right Jerked bla hone to the left.
Then, neelng hla mistake, be gave an
other Jerk to the right The young
man In the auto endeavored to follow
the reverse of these variations but not
knowing which aide tbe cabman would
eventually decide upon, did not suc
man went up in tbe air. Tbe can DroKe
into many pieces, from which Miss
Robblns stepped forth aa lmperturba
blv aa if abe bad thrown off a wrap.
The young man aprang from bla auto
mobile and with a wild look in ma eye
aaked her If ahe waa aore no bones
were broken. .
Bhe coolly turned to the cabman.
who was Ivlnar on the stonea Insensi
ble, and began to direct the matter of
taking care or mm.
'An ambulance, callr abe aald to
those who were gathering about
Since no one knew what ane meant
no ambulance waa called. Then, see-
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SNOBBERY IN SHORT SKIRTS.
A .Chicago woman who sent nvr
daughter to a private boarding sctMv
tails thla story:
-1 aaked my daughter after a few
daya bow abe liked tbe school and how
abe got along. My girl said:
"Well, mother. Ifa a very nice
achool. but tbe little girls are the
atrangeat creature. Tbe flrst thine
they said waa. "Dow many carriages
hara touT- And I said. "Why. we
haven't any carriage."
-And what de yon think, mother
before I could flalah what I was say
Ins a little girl turned up her no
and walked away from m and aaltl
to another little girl:
" "What'a ahe doing her? Why
they haven't ven a carriage."
"And 1 aald.' went vn tbe child es
citedly. we hadn't any carriage, but
wa had an automobile. "Ob. have
you? Well. It's all right then, but we
hare three carriages and an automo
bile and a runabout and seven serv
ants and my mother baa thirty-Ova
na Ira of shoes."
"Mother." continued tbe child.
think of any on baring thirty Ave
pairs of shoes.'
"Another girl remarked to my daugb
ter: '1 have a new pair of ahoes. They
coat ti2 What did voura coetr And
abe flbbed wben an aald. Oh, eight or
"Aa a matter of fact my glrl'a ahoea
coat S3, and I spent an boar trying
to convince my child of the InalgnlB
cane of wealth compared with other
Somehow one feel aa U' one might
think better of that mother baa an
promptly removed her child from that
sort of atmoaDber.
Vulgar pretense of superiority be
cause of the possession of the trap-
Dings of wealth la an Insufferable
What may be eipected from girl
who from infancy baa been encourag
ed to indulge aucb a allly vanity 7
A child whose, mind and heart are
filled with an undue regard for dress
and oatentarJon wtll In her maturity
grow Into little more than a flaantlng
hnttarfl of fawhlou. ' ,
And It need aot provoke your special
wonder that in tais sort or -nign ure
there should be satiety and heart
burnt igs and closet akeletona. v
. We need another Thackeray in a
new "Vanity Fair." who will puncror
tbe snobbery of aome modern board
ing acbooL ,
"Mrs.. Hufflugton refuse to speak
to that cloak model, . aald one young
woman. . I '
"Yea." replied the other, "bat ah
tries her best to look Ilk ber."-
this ton wis Knock bd dowJ
tog a chemlst'a shop, aa they call a drug
tors in England, near by, ane airect-
ed several men tt carry cabby there.
The automoblllst who waa watching
thla self poasessed young woman, at
thla picked up the fallen man and car
ried him to th ahop. Befor reach-,
tog It cabby recovered hla aensea and
began to howL It waa found that he
had got off with a broken arm and rib
and a severe contusion or tne neaa.
n thla time the automoblllst, having
recovered hla equanimity. Issued orders
for the man'a care and gave mm an
address where he might call and re
ceive pay 'or hla cab. Then, .turning
to Miss Itobblna, he aald:.
'Kindly Inform me where yon were
going .when I met you and I will take
you there In my auto. I dont think It
I came here," said the way, -io
Ttalt th castl. " Can't I walk there
"Not on any account. On moment.
and, returning to his car. h made a
brief examlnstjon, then, opening the
door or a rear Best, neia u wmu
her to approach. She got In with
"Thanka. verv much."
"im the castle onen to visitor 10-
layr she asked aa they sped along.
va hn t can nln von admittance.'
"In that case your mlsfortun la my
gain. I have come out from London
n mem It "
"Beg pardon, bat I ahould be pleased
to know where yeu are from.
wk rioea that Interest your
"Because I'm quite sure you must
hall from a place where young laaies
m tnrnmrht un to be very self reliant.
I waa am axed to aee you tak charge
of thla affair, which waa my pan. t
- ht am from Hoston.
"Oh. yea, Boston Tbat'a In Amer
ica. Isn't itr
"Nw England! Now I remember
Tbe Xew En glanders are much Ilk s
old Englandera. ar.n t tbey7 '
Very. Too have Oi ford and Cam
bridge. W bav Cambridge."
"I see. And why, may I ask, do you
wish to ae thla old pile of atooeaf
- "Uecaos of th historic Interest at
tached to It"
"Jflatorlc Interest? ItoWa thatr
"Why, don't you know? It waa be
aleired durl::g tbe Wars of lb Itoae
and taken t tbe parliamentary force
"If yon tlv about here I ahould
think you would have beard of that."
"But I'm not that kind of a fellow,
yon know. I run to horse and dogs
and cricket and all that."
They wer climbing an eminence on
which th caatle atood. Miss Bobbins
asked If he waa sure be could gain
admittance for ber, and he replied that
he would ebow ber over It himself.
"Are you a a friend of th earl?"
. "I know blm well enough."
"What kind of a man la be?"
"Oh. he's a good sort: not mnch
brains. lie and I were at Oxford to
gether. We went there for the atudent
"I thought you said you were not
fond of atudy."
"I'm not. What I meant by tbe etu
dent Ufa la the boating and tbe games
In short, tbe college life burring the
lectures. I pulled one year against
They reached the castle, chug-chugged
over the drawbridge, under tbe port
cullla and drew up In the-i court A
lacker came running up to tbem. Tbe
young man said something to blm in
an undertone, then asked Miss Bob
bins to follow him.
On of tha flrst Interesting points
thev reached was a nortlon of tbe wall
built of different atone from tbe reat
"Thla part waa knocked down," aald
th volunteer guide, "by an attack
mad aome. tune or other, by whom I
don't exactly remember. I most ask
Bob about If
"Who la Bob. may I ask?"
"Oh, Bob's the fellow thawns th
"Is be at bom today?"
"I believe be la. Ue waa to have
gone to the city, but I think something
turned ud to change hi plan."
"Yon aay be la not Intellectual r"
"Aot a whit more than L
"I would like to see at least a por-
vim D.M(h1 wmi iniv nm
trail U IUW. . wm.krJ .
hi to show me one?"
'A nnrtralt of Bob! Why. he
wouldn't have that mag of hla pat oa
canvas at tbe klng'a comma na:
"Ile'e not handsome, then!"
I ahould aay not"
"Haa be a family T
"Mother and sisters."
"What are hla Bisters like?"
b.thevyreBTooargtrl. but they're
a different sort from Americana, espe
cially thos who com from Boston.
"In what resDect?"
Whr. if on of them should have
cob splintered around her" she'd faint
and even if not a bit bent wouia 0
In bed after It for a fortnight"
"Indeed r .
If there was anything historically In
teresting about th caatle th guide ap
peared to be unable to bring it out.
When ha had finished showing tbe old
pile of atones, aa be called It be took
Miaa Robblns In his auto to the station
and befor parting with her asked ber
if hs mlcht call anon ber In London.
Sh gave him permission and ber ad-
drMSL Ha called the next day ana
hnra an t Invitation from his friend
Bob, aa he called blm, or, rather, Bob's
mother, to luncheon at th castle.
Great were th regreta of th mem
bers of Miss Bobbins' party that they
had not gone with ber to AbercromDi
that they might have shared in th in
vitation. Miaa Robblns took a train
and waa met at th station by Lady
Tldmlnater and on of her daughters.
Thr had a erreat deal to aay about
what they considered her remarkable
nrwience of mind upon having a cab
knocked from around her. and Lady
GwendoUn, who waa nearly Mis Bob
bin age, asked:
What did yon do without your
smelling aalta?" - -
After reaching th caatle. just before
lojuebeon waa served, the young man
who had caused the accident and
afterward acted aa guide bolted Into
the room and aDDroached the guest
looking rerr much ashamed of him
'Bear ardon." he said, "for going
about with von aa another fellow, but
yon see I waa ao amaied at your ac
tion when I ran yon down and ao
aahamed of mvself that I didn't Ilk to
admit who I waa. Hop you won't lay
it no asatnst me."
"riease forgive me, pleaded Lay
Tldmlnater. "Bob la a aeusltlv boy
and verr retiring."
"Re-lrlng, did you sayr remarked
Miss Robblns. "Judging from tbe
rapid way be turns corners In his au
tomobile. I should call him advancing.
The result of this first visit waa an
Invitation to Mlsa Robblna to spend a
fortnight at th castl and that re-
aulted In a letter from the earl, or Bob.
a r,a caiiMi Mmaeir. ma Kin 2 uir a
nronnsttlon of mnrrlnge.
it la not nanal for an American girl
to throw a British title over her shoul
der, but Miss Bobbins did this very
thing. - .
"If I married you,V she wrote him.
'mv home would b necessarily in
Abercromble. There 1 no library
there and. aa I learned when you
nenrlv killed the cabman, not even a
town amtmlanc. It Is too late to re
form such a place. Boston, on the
con'rarr. Is In the foremost tiles or
time' and rapidly advancing. rerha)
I could lenrn to lov you, but not
Ing like Boston." , ,
HIRC'S A FfclZft GOLF YAK ft.
Every now and then yon golf
ers, gathered about the flrepUc
In th clubhouse, hear atrange
atortea of atrange shot. Uer'a
on from England that you can
tell th nest time th group
gathers: "A golfer approaching
th green from th rough cut
too much under hi bait with
th result that It rose a abort
dlatanc' and dropped Into a
pouch pocket In his Jacket
Lifting hi bead quickly to fol-'
low tbe flight of bla ball, be did
not notice thla fact and hla ae
tonlabment can b Imagined
wben be waa told to look for
to ball In hi own pocket"
?MILE IN 4:10 IS POSSIBLE."
Rays Mai Rhappard, New Training
For Naw Mark.
"Tb tiro will aurely com when th
mil will be run In minute and
10 eeronda," remarked Mel Bbeppard.
tbe greatest middle distance runner
th world baa over known, at tb Urn
John Paul Jones of Cornell estabusn-
ed a new world'a record by traveling
tb dlatanc In 4 minutes and 15 2-5
seconds, which was exactly one-11 ft h
second faster than that 01 tommy
ConnefTs old mark.
Rheppard insisted that if trained es
pecially for th mil and given a
i J : i' 1. ' V ' .. . 1
. , 1 i-A , :
chance to run on on of the fast tracks
wnnid b able to better Jonear
him Roma of hia clabmatea langnea
at the Idea, and wben Bbeppard began
eernlar hard training wits in one 00-
Ject In view of having a try at th
racord aome of them told mm ne wouia
Aa brter bv sticking to tb mlddl
A request waa made of th Harvard
people that they allow Bbeppard a
chance to run tbe mile in in Har
vard atadlum. bat permission ' could
not be had. "Shep". kept np tbe moat
nMralar course of training b has ever
foUowed and today la running In won-
"Jnat aa aoon aa th Metro poll taa
championship ar over TO leav for
Montreal. Canada. Tnr 1 WW nav
. . m .K
a whol week a training on ou w
. In Nnrth America. On
Sont. 23' the Canadian championships
take, place, and tb management naa
promised m that th track will b pc
in the Terr beet of shape ao that I
may have a good try at tM mil rsc-
KheDDard baa been doing long work.
i-tinntn? nn to two miles every time
out and Coach, Lawaon Bobertaon aaya
that within th past month Mel na
nraved hla ability to perform In rec
ord atyle. H has been carefully timed
on th Celtic nark (New xoru traca.
and the time ahowed clearly that he
will b In record breaking form on in
KNABPS HISTORICAL SPIRIT-
Tree Alexander Back t th Kino ef
"Say, fellers, we've got a prtne
among us." squalled Otto Knab 01
tbe PiillHe during a quiet apell at th
hotel In ClnelnnatL .
"Whatchn mean?" demanded Dave
-Why." explained Mr.' Knane,
"here's a history book that distinctly
says, 'Alexander tbe Great waa tne
son of Philip, king of Macedon.'" -
Gee whit," exclaimed Tom Dow
ney. "I always thought there waa
something mysterious about that guy I
He' a grand pitcher. Just the same."
Balmant Nat ta Raee Abraad.
After carefully atudylng the racing
altuatlon In tbt country Mr. August
Belmont has canceled an nrrnngement
i he had made for tbe shipment to Eng
land and France of several of hla
thoroughbreds at 1 the nursery stnd.
and the horses will remain In Ken-'
tncky for th present '
It waa often remarked at th acces
sion of Edward VII. that be waa th
first bearded king for nearly 300 yearn
The 111 fated king Charles I. waa hla
immediate predecessor In this respect.
and he came to th throne In
whereas th 1st king succeeded bla
mother in 1001. Charles waa tbe last
of tb king for a very long time' to
renreaent ths Elliabethaa or Shakes
pearean fashion of the pointed beard
and to wear hla own balr on bla head.
aays London Tlt-PttM. '
Manalaan'a Taliaman. i " 1
1 hmllmmmj mama
self, ren amid exll and poTerty, de.
Und to that tbron which tb prestige
r hi. nama-and hla canning conn
d'etat enabled htm to reach, wae not
withont an Dentitions, la hla will ne
aaya, "With regard to my eon, let hla
keep aa talisman tbe sear 1 usea t
wear attached to my watch." ' .
Thui talisman bsd no power to turn
aalde tbe fatal spears of the Zulus,
and th young Napoleon met a sadder
fat thaO his father's worst tear couki
bate Imagined foe him.
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