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W A SH IN G T O N
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ute of her time, ana being but now TO BE CHAMPION CRAWLERS.
asserts that the suit i*
forty-live minutes late* desired U> pro
The deepest of dimples to wrinkles have ceed on eastward tt. Hogarth for the Tw o Y o u n g Men W i l l " H u m ! a n d K n e e ” tempt at blackmail. T l^ T 7 11
I t A e r o « « t h e C o n t in e n t .
low and her mother hi,||w .W ,r
meeting, rather than risk having to
Since Mary was twenty and I twenty-one; wait at Wllllamatot'. The order was
To crawl across the continent Is th«» Tli® young woman', eye, ,
But, dimpled or wrinkled, my sweet
«lie apeak* of thlx eliur*, !U.,p
pro *ptly given, for express trains are
heart’s the same.
attempt. Early In February. 1*97. they
From the sunburst of life to its last things which must bi> hunioml by irtiin will set out from San Francisco on all sa>*. Halted her often and »T"
great many letters rU|| ()f '
dlsputcu. is. This, of course, made It
I cramp*; ary to stop t»u2 at Hogarth uud fours and move only as quadrupt»ds un phnines. At length g|1(, ( discovei
The cheeks that were roses are shrunken give ht»r a revised order in conformity til they reach New York city. M«*ssrs. "'a* already married nnd ha I
with that now hel«i by the conductor .1. ('. Barry and IV Kroinau, two mem il.v. He nsKured her. »lie
be behind tlie times, but she is very But their velvety purity never will fail:
of No. 1. it wits easy enough. All that bers of the Cr«»sc«*nt Athletic (Tub. of would noon obtain n divert, 1
And lips that were Hushed with the red was needed was to «.ill up the operator Berkeley. <’al.. are the young nicu. appear* to have fulled tu do
«•harming, nevertheless, and in some
blood of youth
For several weeks they have been result I, the atilt for liretteh oi '
decided particulars, as in the careful
warm with a love as undying as at Hoganh and tell him to display his thiuking over the Idea, and they are is«».
courtesy of her not«»« ami the punctili Are truth.
rod signal and stop the approaching
ous treatment of her guest« and host
S A V E D A B O Y 'S LIFE.
freight i rain. Kenneth uiulerstood now busy perfecting their plans and
G L A S S AND N*|LS DEFIED
ess. and the knowing what to do and The blue of her eyes is fading to gray,
what was to follow. You cannot trump making arrangements. After leaving
o u i s e F r e d e r i c k , a piens- when to do it. she is quite as up-to-date And the gold of her hair is silver to-day;
over a transcontinental line fora month San Francisco the crawling men will A I’m- ii tuatic T Ire Hi., u
ant-looking girl of 17. live« at the as any new woman in the land.
But the soul is the same that was orbed without acquiring a thorough knowl visit Sacrameuto. Reno. Ogden, Sail
" *"* •• «
l t /pn«, V2
foot of East Fifty-first street.
in the blue,
........ ''I111« »> =» l-oinluu utvklv
edge of its telegraphic secrets, If you be Lake. Denver, Top«»ka. Kansas City.
B l i n d S i s t e r * in H n s in r H s .
New York. Within a few yards of her
And silvern is golden when love lights nu operator. Kenneth was acquainted
Is iwuiilly rouservntive ¡n |t, '
There are two hliml girls in Oakland,
father s house is one of the fr<*«* baths.
with the significance of the various nu Pittsburg. Philadelphia and Trenton be * nee» « pneuiuntle In,, ,,t , .
Louise has patronized this institution Cal., who do not believe the State owes
fore reaching New York. The young found whirl! eaunot be punotw
with surh regularity that she has them a living and will not accept any- And, dimpled or wrinkled, a blush will meral signals which the dispatchers men say. after having made careful is claimed that u wheel e,nii|,w
used so as to economize on time—’’38”
eonie to be known as one of the most j thing in the shape of charity. They
was the warning to make ready to re computations, that they Ndicve they this contrivance tuts i,een ri(o
daring swimmers in the neighborhood. i prefer to he independent-and earn their The happiness born of a lover’s caress,
For the heart of a woman is tender as ceive a train order, **11” meant for the can cover fhe3.fll.N! miles in t«»n months. peutedl.v over mill,, broken gla,t7
A few evenings ago Harry Relnsteiu. I own livelihood. Miss Frances Raleigh
operator to repeat what he had receiv 'Eliis would he an averag«» of f«*n miles etc., without iustaluing ,lpMw
a iLyear-old boy. who also lives dose and her sister Grace, both entirely
And the passion it cherishes ever is new. ed, anil »io on. Au«l so when the anx to he crawled ea«*h «lay. rain or shine. .iur.v. According to the I.....
at hand, was playing about the outside I blind, have gone into business and will
As they Intend t«» make many stops, 1 Ion. tie* secret or thix new tlr, i,
of the tmtli when he fell into the river, endeavor to make their way through With Mary at twenty ami me twenty-one, ious dispatcher called upon the boy at and give entertainments in many of to he i Imr It* tread, or „i-tual ■
whieli at this point is about eighteen j life on their own responsibility. These Than dimples naught sweeter was under Hogarth anil said. *'30 No. 602,” the th«» towns, th«* journey may occupy contact with Hie ground, lx but ►
shabby man of the Morse was aware
feet deep. Miss Frederick was coming j two girls, who are orphans, have opeu-
inch In width, where«, ««
that wh.it was wanted was the display fourteen or fifteen months.
home from a shopping tour, when she **d a geueral notion store at 813 San
With Mary at sixty and me sixty-oue,
Before starting the young men will tire «premia on the road to an ¡.
Why. dimples were made so that wrin
Pablo avenue. They wait on their cus-
holding uf No. 002 for revised orders. engage in preliminary training, anti more. It would he intern,n«,
kles might run.
i toiners and can pick out any article in
But, to his surprise the boy did not thereby accustom theuiae’.ves to tin* whether the narrower xiirfjc , ;
| the store without the slightest incou-
make the customary response, "37 No. unusual nmfliod of locomotion. From dlmlnlKhe, the «peed, «ad „
: veiilence. Sometimes the blind girls are
002,” which would be the short way of now until S«*pt«»ml»er they will crawl a glance it would seem that It *t-
imposed upon, hut it is not often. When
certain distance «lr.lly, and when they 111 inisli it.
it coiims to soiling a yard of cloth, a A TRAMP OPERATOR. saying, " i have hunt out my red signal start from San Francis«*«» they will he
Eight and ten-f<»«»t circle« wtrt
and will hold No. 002 for orders." In
j pound of candy or a package of gum
they never make a mistake. The sis-
There were probably 700 passengers stead, he scratched ins head in a puz
j ter« have been blind from birth. Early on No. 1. That was her fair average, and zled w a y , and after a moment tele
I in lit'«» their father died and then their Conductor Hubbard afterw ard «wild he graphed back to the man who was di
mother, leaving the two blind girls to thought that on the night of Sept. 4 she recting I:im, Hows that? What do
i shift for themselves.
had carried her full <iuota. If he ha«l you meni* Y”
It Is very likely that the dlsaptcher
realized what was back of the innocent
Wnate Baskets on the Law «,
query of the tramplsh-looking substl had an attack of vertigo at thut moment
A woman who was distressed by th«» tute operator at Hogarth he would when he realized that a fast freight
litter that made her lawu unsightly have been a pretty badly frightened train an«1 a heavy passenger train were
concluded to put up waste baskets. A man, even though the event was three approaching oue another on a curving,
lug sheet of birch bark made square days Iu the past. Only Kenneth aud twisting truck, each going ut bigh«»st
and slit at the four corners to turn the the second trick train dispatcher knew speed and each seeking to make a dif
cuds up for sides, which were fastened how close 700 persons laid come to ferent station for passing, and when he
beard an alarm raised. Without even with thorns, made a suitable basket for death on the night of Sept. 4. True,
realised at the same time that a lout of
taking off her hat she ran down to tin* i such al fresco surroundings, and its certain boy may have hail a remote Idea a student «lid uot understand what was
s|mt and sprang in after the struggling mission has been silent but effective.
was wanted of him. Painstakingly aud
, | Into it the children throw the cores of of it, but that Is only a hazard, for he slowly the dispatch«»! ticked back. "I
It was a leap of five or six feet and j their constantly gnawed apples, which was a very stupid boy.
Kenneth was on the hog train. It was m-e-a-n t-o p-u-t o-u-t y-o-u-r r-e-d
■when sin* began swimming toward before its advent invited ant settle-
with him. Ills shoes wore 1-a-n-t-e-r-n f-o-r N-o. 0-0-2.” Slowly It
Harry lie was still eight or ten feet | inents on the grass, and many another
A CRAWLER IN TRAVELING. COSTI"MR
frayed leather; his trousers came, Indeed, but if the ticking was
«listam from her. Weighted down by stray dropping from their restless and
and torn; his coat was «low the beating of the heart of the dis
ber «•hulling and shoes, the brave girl I ever tilL»« 1 hands.
able to make a dozen miles a «lay with described on wet asphalt par
seedy, and although he had washed Ills
was heavily handicappe«l and by the I
The boy’s face lighted up. In a tangle out undue fatigue. Practice will do as ami iu no case,, it is said, was tb,
shirt regularly thrice a week In the
tini«* she reached the boy h»» was a *
B i o y c ' i - i " Dancimr*
foot heimatli the surface. She caught ' A correspondent in Ismdoti writes: waters of whatever pond or creek he swer, Jumbling his words together In a much towards making crawling easy as least tendency t«» slipping. ThlsSf
him hv tin» hair an«l lifted his beml “At Ranelagh the other afternoon a chanced to discover iu his line of trim way unintelligible to any but a waiting it will when directed towards other to be brought about by a gr
feats requiring muscular exertlom
above the water. She put her left arm nov«»l form «>f entertainment was Intro- sit, still, It was an evll-looktug shirt ear: "Allright, lwlllputit out.”
Their feet will be held up from tin*
« round him and with th«» disengage«! duced with great success, dancing on which did not beget confidence. He
With a smile at the change of events ground by a leather strap and a spring
was unshaved and In general appear
SASHES S T E N THIS FALL.
ance wits sim ilar to the accepted idea which had arranged it so that No. 002 connecting the heel of the shoes with
of a hobo. The time luid palmed many wou-a s*«>p after all and give him a the leg near tlie body. This will re
y«»ars buck when he felt that It was chance to mount an eu«l sill or climb un lieve the l«»g muscles of the necessity «»f
worth while to appeal to station agents der a ea», Kenneth rose and walked supporting the f«»«»t. and the spring is
or operator's along the line of Ills travel up the platform. It was not a long plat intended t«» prevent undue Jerking
for assistance. His garb and guise form, for the town was small, but by when in motion. The knees will be I
were uot such as to prompt self-respect the time he had reached the eml he saw promoted by pneumatic bags covered ]
ing telegraphers to talk In his behalf the light of No. 002 swinging into the on top with chamois skin, and on th«*
to the conductors of freight trains, and only five miles of straight track on the bottom with sol«» leather to make them |
so what progress westward he made road, and lie realized that iu a few min durable. The arms will be incased in i
was a tribute to his own vigilance and utes, obeying the command of the rad a sort of hoof, which will reach to the I
agility—vigilance In detecting Just lantern on the target, she would stop shoulder. Pneumatic pads will also ;
when the brakeuian’s back was turned and give him a chance to get on board. protect the hands and save them from j
ami agility iu swinging under the cars He turned to look hack at the signal contact with the ground.
uml upon the trucks. And he was per light an«l his face tqpk on a stony mask
of dismay. He was to he disappointed
G U M M AN FA ILE D T O S TIC K .
fectly and tramplly satisfied.
Kenne* h sauntered up the platform at again. The light was uot shining. W e a l t h y T u t t i - F r u t t i M a k e r S u e « ! f o r
Hogarth and took a seat on a box Just Doubtless the order had again been
P r e a c h <»f P r o m i s e .
outside the station window. He would changed. The language lie us«»«l was
Among ill«» most successful «»ntertaln
n x rm tf: ri:o«»F Ttsr.
have beer- ordered aw ay had the agent
♦*rs on the Eastern vaudevill«» stage is
been in the office, but the agent was drew nearer. He could hear the rapid Miss Myrtle Thurlow. who though hut vulcanization of the rubber!
not there. The agent, having been over sound oi the locomotive’s exhaust aud *Ji years of age. has been $om«»what of th«* «»liter, cover. Another felt'
come by heat at 3 o’clock—September there wa i no hope of lie- stopping.
Suddenly a fearful thought came to a public favorite for some live or six that the tire stands further os
heat is the most potent heat In that des
years. Recently she commenced suit tin* rim of the wheel than auj'
ert land—had been curried up to his him. Hi remember' d that lie had not against Thomas Adams, Jr., the ehew- pneumatic tire: consequently.
I ih i k I began to swim for the other side bicycles, says a writer in the London house to rage iu delirium, and die, per seen the boy put o'^i the lamp at all.
iu- »nun millionaire, for $lufl.flflfl dam- more air space under the side*.:
of tin* pier, where there is a good laud Graphic. Ten ladles took part In it. haps, for all the medical attendance a What If----
He rushed back to tin* window like a .1 g«*s, charging him with having broken when partly <Ietliit*»«l this tit*
The girl slowly swam eight of whom danced (or hiked) a set Wyoming settlement could afford. It
forwanl until two men were able to of lancers with ease and grace. They was his student whr. sat in Hushed Im fury. "Where's you»* red signal for this Ids promise to marry her. The fact Its half-inch tread.
seize and assist her t«> firm f«»«»tlng. were all dressed in cream, with dark- portance at the telegraph table when train?” lie shrieked. "»Stop this train! that Mr. Adams a 1 rawly has a wife
Put's lleto t.
In a few moments she was at home red ribbons round their sailor hats, Kenneth roved up to the window and Stop her! The dispatcher has orders for
An Irish witness was being-
changing her clothes.
matching exactly the profusion of tin«? anchored in the box keuueth had tour her.”
as to his knowledge of a shoo£
Very haely the ho; would have told
carnations with which all the station ed the read until lit had a first-rate
Go'f the Gnmc 'o r Women.
lair. "Did you see tile shot lire
the ragged and dirty tramp t«» mind his
A prontiueut physician said the other ary parts of their bicycles were deco- knowledge of the time card, aud he own business hut for that allusion to
m agistrate usk«»d. "No. *» it . 1
day that in his experience golf seemed rated. Two sisters, with big. diamond- knew that if 002 was on time she the dispatcher. Heaven permitted the
heard it." was the evasive reply.j
almost the ideal game for women. He shaped steel buckles on their waists be would draw her serpentine length of fool to have a thought at the right time,
i evident» is uot satisfactory."
Is a man who has done much to pro hind, were especially graceful and ex freight cars up to the Hogarth station and In an expostulating, mumbling way
flu* magistral«», ateruly. "Stand-,
a about an hour after No. 1 had gone
mote the movement In fnv«>r of more
The witness turned round to *
outdoor lif«» for both men ami women,
box. and directly his back 'vas
h »«» ii live
and whose opinions deserve respect. II«*
Iu* laughed «lerisivcly. Them*
C h a m p i o n T e n n i s Player.
said he hail wished for something a
indignant at this contempt
Miss Chattie Cooper Is the champion
little more Invigorating and exciting lady tennis player of England. She
♦•al!»»d him hack and asked him^
Idly, through the open window, he
in the days of archery and croquet, and is said to ho very popular socially,
«lared to laugh in <*onrt. "Did?
There was no time for him to com- ;
he feared the other extreme had been keeping her temper alw ays while play- studied the boy. Hi. was a very stupid*
laugh, ydur honor?” queried
reached when tennis was at its height. lug whether she w ins or loses. She is looking lx»y, and at ibis time of his su
»*r. "No. sir, but I heard yon.
Not that li«* «lid uot believe In tennis, th«» picture of health and strength, perior’s d.sablllty a very Important boy.
irate reply. “That evidence is-
for he dul heartily, but he was afraid and nt a recent tournament after a Kenneth estimated bis age at 14 or 15, re«l office flag In his hand. Ho seized the
! factory." said Pat. quietly. |,Bt
there was too much chance for overex series of hard games in Ireland she ap- ami tried to think how stupendous an
I twinkle In his eye. And ihiif
ert ion and highly strung nerves in the peured the cheeriest and fittest on the opinion he hiiflself had had of himself with the flag folded about the chimney
j <*rybody laughed except tbeiniC,
exciting contests where opposing forces ground. She is an enthusiastic cyclist, when ho was a boy oi 15 and was left
Mr. Poplelgh What would fi-
were strong aud evenly matched. That swims and plays billiards and golf, for the first time in charge of an office. rushed to the platform, the improvised
if I were to tell you that I ■
loes . not
was uot alw ays to be feared, but It was and Is nu accomplished musician. She He listened in a passively Interested r«V signal semling lis dim message of ....
In some coses. But lu golf he found the ------------------ — ---------------------- —....- sort of way as the boy fought on the warning weakly down the track toward « I*urlow from instituting legal pn»«a»e«l- «lying by Inches for yon
second wire for tifteeu minutes In his tlie thundering eng'ne of No. 60*2. now !,UH- Tl plaintiff, who is a tiny -,*• Miss Wanterwed—I should thiai
best mixture of general Invigorating !
vigorous purpose to ask the time of a scarcely fifty yards away.
exercise and Interest without ten» much 1
'• u. with fair hair, regular Onrures was very sudden. Brooklyn *-
\\ eakly but it answered its purpose, and
far-away telegrapher, even though the
soft blue «»yes. js r,.^(l|
You think your are in tongb»-
heavens might fall. It was like old for. although the train's momentum n«»r and g« title »if ton«» until she >f man
g«*ts to how would you like to I m * a o
The C on«erv«tlve Woman.
tiniM. J: 11 plug operators, he remem carrle«l it far past the office, she cam«»
One of the most dreadful aspersions
hair and fleas on your hiickv
bered, do that sort of thing—fighting, Nick In r«*spon«c to that well-known
of which we hear iu these days Is that
fighting, fighting In their determination signal. The kid's red light blew out
somebody or other is behind the times.
A Fatal O l j ction.
to take Hie wire from any one else who and I had to help him fake oue up.”
On Investigation and Inquiry this ex
flesh i to use It— the train dispa tch- said Kenneth to the conductor, and
pression seems to moan that the per
e; alone txcepted from the list to be
son thus labeled or aceused Is conser
pushing the boy aside as though he
held in contempt.
vative in opinion and oppos«»«! to the
The tramp operator wearied at last of were no* to be considered.—Chicago
latest fails, preferring to stand by old
the boy’« "smartnt*sa** on the line, and Record.
ways, and refusing to accept fashions
Nick against the side of the sta
simply because they are new. Novelty
The Schoolboy anil the Emperor,
tion listening to the clamor of the dis
Is very well, but novelty by Itself Is not
l'he organ of the schoolmasters, the
strong enough to win the support of a
Altgemeine Deutsche Lehrerzeltung.
woman not afraid of being styled be
t»mins by telegraph. In the course of relates an eplatxle of Kaiser Wilhelm's
hind the times, even If umleservlng of
time he .earned a thing which caused i visit to Wiesbaden. When lie was rl«|-
the reproach this stigma conveys. Such
him to curse his luck and look upon lug along the Taunus strasse at the
a woman declines to give her suffrage
himself as oue outraged, for by attend head of his suite «»n Monday a small
ms* c. cooper .
either in word or deed to innovations
boy ran after him and cried out. as he
which have nothing but caprice to won the Ealing cup nt 14, ami entered ing the racket of the dispatcher's line frantically waved his «*ap. "Herr Knl-
commend them; she clings to ooiiv«»n- for th«» ladies’ doubles at Brighton he found that No. 1, the passenger train, s«»r! Herr Kaiser! get ns a holiday to
tlnnalities; she is fastidious In her us«» three years after. She got the Middle was late, and Instead of meeting her at morrow!” The emperor laughed. nn«l
of language, reproluittug slang, and. sex. \orthumlH*rtand. and all English Rosalie, the station east of Hogarth, with a friendly wink to the la«l. called
when* the tramp operator was waiting.
perhaps, «««»ruing such abbreviations «•hnmpionships in
ont. "We shall manage It.” Accord
hut was recent
ns don’t or won’t. She never semis a ly defeated for the Irish cup by Miss 002, the fast freight, had been given Ingly on the next «lay all the lads and
perm las i oil to go as far as Williamson,
postal card except to her tradespeople, Martin.
the station next west of Hogarth, for lasses of the town were informed that
ami considers the typew riter available
meeting. No. 1 ha«l been warned In the day was "schulfrel." an«l wherever
only for business purposes. Her man
Night w «ablings are better than none,
the kaiser appeared he was natursllr
ner of living Is simple, elegant ami yet they an» by no means the best. Th« due time of the change.
greeted as a liberator with the full
graceful: her expenses an* kept strict* brhle whom the sunshine cannot fall The fast freight bad been out of Rosa power of youthful lungs.
|y within her Income, and In «»barlty upon is sura to experience troublous lie t?n minutes And was fast approach
»he does not let her left hand know times. If she bave children they wiU ing Hogarth when Kenneth heard the
W h,n th* wolf I, ,t your door. vn„
A i'i1 you c:iniio;
what her right hand doeth. She may die young.
man at Humboldt telling *he dispatcher will b# mirprt»*d how * ,,n T
«If- Then you ilo uot l o « J
«... ii ai ry m,.v
that No. I. h»vln* m *J* up fifteen min- chiue him »way, if y 0 a
She—Oh. It !»n i th*«
see. I'm married ;ilre»d£ j
D IM P L E S A N D W R IN K L E S .