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About The Ione independent. (Ione, Or.) 1916-19?? | View Entire Issue (July 24, 1925)
By CLARENCE L. HAY
(A by Vlwrt etorv fuk. Ca.)
S.11H1 moit liuportuitt pereon on
Hester atreet we "Ilaldy ad
deu," but "Uuldy" was "t
aware or wi ingn esieem in
which lit waa held. Uli Inability to
esilmat till own Important' resulted
from a luck of year. II w tut
four, and at that Interesting period of
llf oo t not able to reognlt hi
tutu In tl commuolty.
It n on on duy In early aprlng
that "Uuldy Fuddeu" surprised Healer
street, snd made Ha mixed population
us up all tli expressions or astonish
mailt they knew, "Ilaldy" dlaap
pardl It waa not a common disap
pearance resorted to by tli ordinary
child who wishes to muk It parenia
familiar with lb agony produced by a
temporary parting j It wa a atartllng,
mysterious dlsuppesranee, that stirred
tli Kaat aid from tb "l'unhundl" to
Tb Caperellls occupied a front
apsrtmeui on tli fourth floor of a ten
mtnt house and on tin morning of
tb myaterlous disappearance Mrs. Ca
partlll placed her an on Ilia llttla Iron
Or balcony overhanging tli etreet.
Tb relcony wa but four feet long
and two wide, with a railing that waa
twice tli height of Cuprlll, junior,
and It bad neither trap nor ladder.
Tb Bret and only thought which
leaped wllh atunnlng force Into tb
lulnd of tli women compelled her to
aprlng to the railing and alar with
wild eyea Into the atreet beneath. Hut
there we no commotion auch aa bar
Imagination had pictured, everything
waa peaceful Half a doxen Ion fere
atood around uunaicernedly In front
f Mulligan's aatoon; I'letro and Hup
tteto, th frulterrra next dir, wer
atandlng chatting on th aldewalk,
wbll th vendor of popcorn, atandlng
nearly nndernealb the Caparelll apart
ment, yawned lutlly aa ba atared at
tb psa.era by. Kurtheniu're, ther
waa no trace of "Ilaldy KaiPleo," allv
r dead, on th atreet or afdewalk.
Th woman, frantic with npprehen
elon, acreemed out a torrent of quee
Uona to the men on the street, but
they algnined In a doxen different
way that they wer Ignorant of th
whereabout of her eon. Th fright
ened mother gaxed hopclcaaly up and
around, and then, recognlalng bow
Utterly Impoaalblo It would he for
"Ualdy" to leav th balcony In any
other way, ah ebrleked again and
again, and Heeler atreet aroa to
wreetl with the myatery.
Unlee "Ilaldy" had eiiddehly grown
wing and flown Into apace, ther wer
but four way to account tor bla non
appearance: The first end, of course,
the motit probable, waa the theory that
b bad fallen Into the atreet, but th
evidence of twenty-fit people, who
wer In different poeltton In front of
th apartment houae, awept the eur
mlea to th ecrap heap of knocked out
suppositions. Tb eanut vendor of
fered to atak bla Immortal aoul
agalnat ten rent' worth of nut to
prov that nothing bad fallen from th
Caparelll apartment, and th hug vol
Uiu of lupportlng evidence, added to
tb feet that ther were no rt of
"Ilaldy visible, or no algna to prov
that h bad it ruck th street In a for
clbl manner, proved that the peanut
vendor waa not reckleaa In wagering
bla aoul against a quart of nuts.
Th suggestion that someone, atand
lng at a near-by window, might bav
booked "Uuldy" by meana of a long
pel waa alo icon led, when the real
dent of the Km a to th left and right
bad been examined. A cousin of th
Caparellla who, ahlle admitting that
ah bad aeen "Ilaldy'' on the balcony,
waa above auaplclon, lived to th right,
and a brother workman of "llulily's"
father realded on th left. Ill repu
tation waa unimpeachable. Tb roof
wa now th only place to look for
tracea of kidnaping, but th roof of
fared no aolutlon to th growing my
- tery. Th Junltor had not unlweked
th trap door up to Die time that
"Ilaldy" had disappeared, and, on
either aide, th roof of th house waa
Jnecceaslhle except by mean of lad'
dara and rope, and regarding thea
there wn not the illghteat truce to
prov Unit they bad been used. Th
myitery waa stupendous.
At ten o'clock flv detectives of th
Italian squad, who thought Uiey de
tected tb work of th "Hlack Hand,
wer busy on th spot. Eleven police-
men wrestled with th crowd and
clews In turn, and Mra. Caparelll, In
between numerous hysterical tits, gave
Interview to thirteen different news
paper men, ' who photographed the
wonderful bnlcony and then rushed
way with the new. For the unex-
plalnable and unnccountuhle la always
new. If "Hnldy" had been annulled
up on th atreet Ilk hundreds of
other Kitst-ilde children, the Incident
would have been of only paragraph
value, but the fuct that he had left th
balcony by way and nieuna that aug-
geated the aupernatural made the die-
ppearanc of grent news value In
dull sen son. "Uuldy Fadden" ap
peared In lettera flv Iridic long, and
speclul spook writer, who hod Just
contributed series of articles to
leading tnngur.lne, waa employed by
on sheet to Inveatlgat and to search
light the myatery.
Two houra after the disappearance
neater atreet waa blocked to traffic,
Ten thousand theories hud teen ad'
vanced up to that time, It wa aug'
geatud that "Buldy" bad ben booked
by Hi trailing anchor of sn'ulrshlp,
that be had been grubbed by an eagle,
or bad been consumed by spontuneous
combustion. Suppositions didn't end
ther, A man suggested Unit "liuldy"
bad suddenly developed the alleged
gift of th wis men of the Yuqul and
walked away on tli atmosphere,
Other hinted darkly at the inyaterl
oua powers possessed by a withered
lady from Lomburdy who resided
across th street, while iimny more
muttered pruyera and culled upon pa
tron saints to protect them from the
devil, whose finger, they cleurly per
ceived, wa In th pie.
Th 'thing wa Incomprehenailil.
From a mull bulcony, 40 feet above
th ground, In on of th most thickly
populuted district In the world, a
child hud been ajilrlted away right
from under hf mother's eyea, snd flv
detective, eleven policemen, three
spook authorities and three thousand
people were unable to tell how the
thing had been done. Th disappear
anc of "Ilaldy redden" threatened
to tecum on of th myaterle of the
century, and In the cars It took prece
dence of politic and Block Jobbing,
while the doings of' the "(Hunts" and
th "Box" wer forgotten In th babble
A It often happen In canes of the
kind, Caparelll, aenlor, waa aaved
much of th anguish that th dlsap
pearanc of th boy brought to hla
wife. A messenger had been dis
patched to acquulnt the father, after
Investigation bad proved that "linldy"
waa not on or around the horn r ener
vation, but It happened to be on of
those day when fool thing heppen
on after th other. Caparelll, aenlor,
bad been transferred from hi regular
gang that morning, and had been sent
out to th llronx to assist on a dump.
Tb messenger waa an Italian new to
th city, and not having any money
In bla poaaeaalon at th moigerit he
ran to acquaint hla countryman of the
misfortune, and, furthermore, laboring
under the Idea that the Ilroni Waa but
a few hundrtxl yard away, he started
to walk. Whil b was plugging gal
lantly northward th mystery In Hea
ter street waa deepening, and Capa
relll, aenlor, waa busily engaged shov
eling refuse of varloua ktnda that wa
being dumped Into tb pit.
At flv o'clock In th evening Heeler
treet wa a teething mas of eager-
eyed, excited people waiting In an at
mosphere charged with mystery. The
day, that had opened brightly, bad
turned dull and heavy, and on the
minds of people born In southern Ku
rope the unaccountatle dlsepiearance
of "Ilaldy Kadden" worked like mental
yeast In raiting all the terrors of the
psat from tb dark corner of their
It wa half-past flv when the first
Illuminating ray pierced the gloom
surrounding th hsppenlng. Itaptlstn,
who owned the fruit shop to the right
of the Caparelll aparlment houxe,
dashed through the crowd that strug
gled on the stairway, and shouted a
message over the head of th women
sympathising with th mother -f the
'Caparelll !" he (creamed. "Capa
relll 1 Ah. Mother of flodl Caparelll
haa The child I He baa him!, Ah. It la
good, good I Caparelll Just telephoned
that h bad 'Ilaldy' I Ah, It la good!
Ha haa hlra at de dump away out-
out, ah. yea out at de llronx I"
After screaming out the meaaag he
fainted In the hallway, but upon being
brought round, he repeated th aston
ishing Information. Caparelll, aenlor.
bad spoken to biro over th 'plmn
from a rubblah pit far out In the
Itronx, and asked him to Inform Mra.
Caparelll that the child was aafe, and
that he, Caparelll, waa then on bla
way bom with th lost on.
Hester street gained. The mystery
waa not yet explained It had deep
ened. What devilish agency had spir
ited the child away from hla mother
to the place bla futher waa working?
I'lou Italian muttered their prayers
a they waited for th explanation
thut would b forthcoming.
Caparelll'a arrival was something
that will b long remembered on the
Kaat aide. With "Italdv Fadden" on
hla shoulder he walked through a
crowd of cheering, shouting people till
h placed th boy In hi mother'
arms. Heater atreet wept Excited
women waved tablecloths from the
windows, and men howled with Joy.
Then curiosity grasped tb crowd
with a clutch of Iron. Th moh swept
around Caparelll, shrieking for expla
nations. They trreatbed their ques
tions In acore of tongue, and pushed
madly behind th laborer In their wild
pursuit of knowledge.
Caparetll turned and put up bla
"Der la leetla to tell he anld qui
etly. "I see It all on' I tank de good
Lord. 'Ilaldy' haa told m dut he wa
on de balcony, yea, et I so. 'Ituldy'
waa dere. an' underneat', ah, I tank
da good God, was do truck loading up
de rotten bnnanna dat Blptlsto sends
to de dump. Ah, you see It now!
'Ilaldy' fell Into de rotten bananna tin'
sink down In dem. You underatHn'T
No on let him, an' when he full de
driver whip up hi bora an' not aeeln'
'Ilaldy,' drlv my boy all de way out
to de dump v. her I waa work. Ah,
when I see my boy tipped out at my
feet I link him dead I I cry an' I cry
again, but h waa only stunned
Heater atreet drowned bis sobs with
a cheer thut went rushing away up
toward Chinatown. When It had died
away, a shrill vole broke th silence
with a yell of: "Churnul! Churnul!
Orl about the flndln' of 'Duldy Fad
Hut th article by th spook author
ity that bad uppenred In tb enrller
edition hud been cut out The banana
truck had suited tb spook la th
Charming Madg Bellamy waa born
In Hlllsbero, Texas, and rscelved her
education In San Antonio. 6h I B
ft I Inch tall, weighs 112 pound,
haa dark hair and brown eyea. One
of th meet beautiful of "movie"
stars, h haa been n In torn of
th most popular picture.
T-JICKET8. or rheehitk la the reault
A of bad nutrition, affects all the
tissue of the body, and chiefly leavea
Ita mark on tb bone which It aofl-
ena and then deforms.
It usually occurs before the third
year, but tb bone deformities appear
It la caused by food which la not
aaslmltated, but also by neglect of tb
akin, bad air. Insufficient sleep, etc.
Th children of the poor bav It, but
o do those of tb rich. In this coun
try It I common among negroea and
Italians, but not among Irish or Ger
In th great European cities on
a It everywhere. Th urine of
rbacbltlc children contain phoephatee
In abundance and the hones, being de
ficient In lime, bend and, break eually.
Ithachltlc children bav soft spots
In th bones of the skull; and th
membranou portions of th skull,
here you notice throbbing and pulsa
tion In an Infant, ami which ougbt to
harden during th Drat few inontLs of
life, remain aoft '
All the bonea of tb skull, Instead of
being firmly united, ar loos and eas
Tha face of a rhacbltlc baby
email, and tb bead seems dispropor
Th liver, spleen and lymphatic
gland are enlarged, the muscles aoft.
and tbe ligaments weak.
Tb child' appetite may b good, h
may even aeem voraciously hungry
hut hla food doesn't appear to nourish
him. he become fretful, geta diarrhea
and this alternates with constipation.
He la sensitive, erica when touched,
hla diarrhea la oflVmdve, tbe appear
ance of bla teeth la delayed, and when
they break out, they are Irregular and
of poor quality
When h begin to walk, the weak
ness of th bone of the legs become
apparent and they bend or break
easily; the Jolnta are weak and he
fulls frequently. .
When b trie to move himself
with bl arma, tbe arm bonea bend
or break and there mny ba an out
ward bump on the spine.
On the enda of th rib ther are
knoba or bead-like structures, the
breaat bon project and tb child
becomes pigeon breusted.-
Tbe pelvis may become deformed
and, In females, this haa' a very tin
portent beurlna upon the luccessfut
delivery of offspring, if Impregnation
should ever occur. .
Ithachltlc children are frequently
bow-legged, knock-kneed or flat-footed;
they are also aenalilve to bron
chltls and croup, mid die from thee
dlseaaea more frequently than children
who bav better physical develop
If they reach maturity, they ar
short and poorly formed and their
llmlis often reveul the murks of early
Ithachltlc children should be taken
to tb mountains or acushnre, If possl
ble, and aliould bav ahundunc
good plain rood wnicn they can as
similate which will be Indicated by
th change In their stools and In their
Fata In tha form of cod-liver oil.
or olive oil, should he given them
also aa much of egga, milk and cereal
aa they can dispone of. Treatment
with mechanical apparatus la Impor
tant to prevent deformities, and they
should hav all possible benefit from
public parka, aen-batba, sleep, fresh
air, and llf In tb country when tbla
can be provided.
(tb BT Oiotii Matttuw Adams.)
Pneumatic linings for autnmobll
cushion! hav been Invented that can
b Inflated to take th place of spring
and padded upholstery,
SOY BEANS FED TO
PIGS ON PASTURE
Boy beans aa a supplement for corn
fed to phi on pasture compared fu
vorably with tankage, especially when
mineral were fed, In experiment con
ducted recently at tb Indiana station.
With pig on alfalfa or clover pasture,
and with corn at 84 centa a bushel and
tankage at 115 per ton, th toy bean
av been worth f 1.48 per bushel with
out mineral and f l.bl per bushel when
minerals were fed, according to C. M.
Vestal, who had charge of tbe test.
In tbe teat which hav been carried
on during the past three summers pigs
weighing about 70 pounds wer self
fed corn and supplement on clover or
alfalfa pasture to market weights of
slightly above' 200 pound. On a
ration of corn and soy beafia tbe pig
gained 1.5 pound per bead dally and
consumed 818 pounda of corn and 43
pounds of toy beans for every 100
pounda of gain. When mineral mix
ture of leu part acid pboxphnte end
one part salt waa added to the corn
and aoy bean the gain were In
creased to 1.0'J and tha feed consumed
per 100 pounda gain wa &!3 pounds of
corn, 24 pounda of beana and 6 pound
of mlnerila. On corn and tankage on
paatur th pig gained at tha rate of
1.63 pound and took 3.12 pounda of
corn and 26 pounda of tankag for 100,
pound of gain. Tb 20 pound of
beana and 0 pounda ef mineral tbu
replaced 20 pounda of tankage and 7
pounda of corn without reducing th
gain to any appreciable extent
When tb came ration were fed to
similar plgt In the dry lot tbe beana
wer leas valuable than on pasture but
wer still a rather good substitute for
tankag when mineral waa fed. On
corn and any beana alone the pig
gained 1A pounda dally and required
304 pound of corn and 88 pounda of
beana. The addition of mlnerala In
creased the galna to 1.62 pounda daily
with a consumption per 100 pounds of
gain of 811 pound of corn, 63 pound
of besns snd 7 pounds of mineral. On
corn and tankage tb pig gained at
th rite of 1.61 pound and took 842
pounda of corn and 33 pound of tank
age. In tbe dry lot. It will be noted.
tbe soy-bean conaurdptlon waa consid
erably higher proportionately than the
tankage consumption when both ar
compared with th corresponding con
sumptions In the paatur tests. In th
dry lot aoy beana and mineral and
tankage made pork at about th earn
costs, while on pasture tha costs of
th oy beans-mineral gain were
about 80 centa teea per hundred pounda
than when tankage waa fed. Appar
ently beana, assisted by a good min
eral mixture, can be profitably used
for pig running on good pasture.
Other recent feeding teata at the In
diana atatlon show clearly that fatten
ing boga will cat wbol soy beana aa
readily aa ground toy beana In one
teat galna made by pig fed the two
klnda of beana wer Identical, while In
another whole beana produced slightly
larger gains. In both teeta lesa corn
but more bean wer required by th
ptga fed whole beana. In cost of galna
the pig fed the onground beana bad
a alight advantage.
Crude Petroleum Useful
as Cure for Hog Mange
Crude petroleum a dip la th rem
edy for the mang In hoga. Since
rmde petroleum varies In compost
tlon and tome klnda ar Injurious to
th skin car must be taken In using
It. If a particular kind haa been pted
before and known to be all right, It
may be used on all the herd, but If It
baa not been tried It la good plan
to teat It out on a few of tbe hoga
before treating all of them Jtrands
of heavy composition ar recommend
ed because of their high content of
sulphur. If one dipping la not effec
tive It should be repeated In one or
Nourishment for Lambs
Itefore leaving a lamb to get Its
own nourishment, aee that all lock
and tugs of wool are trimmed away
from around the udder of the ewe.
The young lamb will often tuck at such
tag Instead of the ttt It not only
fulls to get milk but It mny pull off
and swallow tome of th wool. This
may cause much trouble and ven the
death of tbe lamb.
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I H I
a a a a
Live Stock Items
HI I I I I I I 1 1 HI I I I I I I I I I I
"Hotter alrea better atock."
e . .
Of all farm animals, horses are tbe
most likely to he harmed by moldy
or spoiled corn, according to Mr. C. II.
Btange, dean of veterinary medicine
at Iowa stute col leu
Cracked barley can be Included In
tb feed ration for chicks after they
reach th age of flv or six weeks.
It never pays to overcrowd hene
tbey need a comfortable bouse, dry
and roomy, with plenty of fresh al
Grain feed auch aa sprouted oats.
cabbage, turnips, beets and rape are
neceatury for the lieulth of th pullets.
A dlaeas sluillur In symptoms to roup
I sometimes cuuaed by lack of green
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Finest Animal Swimmer.
The finest animal twlmmer among
animal are deer and beara. A deer
will frequently awlm acroaa broad
tukea, or visit Islands for tbe sake of
good grazing. Red deer, when bunted
into tbe tea, hare been known to
twlm for mile.
Chines Walled City.
Peking la surrounded by a wall 60
feet higii and 40 feet thick. The
walled portion of the city la IS mllea
In circumference. Tbe city la one of
the few waited places of alza remain
ing aa they were In ancient times.
Tb output of tb
throughout the world totala something
like 84.000,000 a day. It these plna
wers placed end to end tbe Una would
stretch half-way acroaa tbe Atlantic.
few weeks' total would encircle tbe
Picturesque Cities. '
Damascus lead the world In pic
turesque cities. , It bazaars are tbe
most Interesting In tbe Near East One
can buy there products of the looms
of Persia, tbe silks of China and won
derful bras and Inlay work.
Crdi( Mobllier Scandal.
The Credit Mobllier, construction
company, organized under a cnaner
(torn tbe Pennsylvania legislature, waa
charged In 1872 with corrupting public
office boldera. It made enormous
profile from tbe Union Pacific rail
Main Boundary Dleput.
Tbe "Aroostook War" ia tbe popu
lar name given to the move tha atate
of Maine made In 1839 to enforce It
rights on th territory claimed by
Itaelt and Canada. It coat tha state
Abolish "Woman Killer-"
The bom of few rooms with wall
beds and built-in feature, long popu
lar In California, Is coming Into great-
er favor throughout tha country. They
.rcoDimodata tha family Just as well.
save money In construction and are
not "woman killers.''
The "Silver Bible" containing a
translation of th four gospels by
Vlfllas la tha only extant writing In
tbe Gothic language. It la about 1.
400 years old snd la preserved in the
Upsala university, Sweeden.
."Don't throw banana peelings on
the edge of the Grand canyon," aald
a ranger to a carelesa tourist, "You
want aomebody to slip and fall three
miles?" Louisville Courier-Journal.
Uncle Et Sex.
"Even admit tin' dat folka am de
scended from monkeya," remarked Un
cle Ezra, "Ah knowa aoma people dat
ain't no tpectul credit to delr ances
tors." Boston Transcript.
Fllntlna "They aay at twenty ahe
waa the observed of all observers."
Carnovskl "Yes, and now, at elxty,
she'a preserved of all preservers.
You needn't pray for do good Lord
ter put you on de right road; you
knowa befo'han' when de road's right
an' when It's wrong, fer you's got a
conscience what makes no mistake.
Ancients Knew Corn.
Corn la found among the relics of
the most ancient trlbea of Indiana. It
waa cultivated by all the agricultural
natives of which there la any record.
Danger of Bad Teeth.
"Hud teeth are hotbeds of germs
that may cause meningitis and blood
poisoning," says Doctor Bronte, spe
cialist of the government.
Repair Cracks In Plaater.
Equal parte of plaster of parla and
whiting mixed with water is good to
repair cracks In walls before they are
painted or papered,
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11 ssm ansae atvra, rtsiuss, stasis.
Bfeaefcat PmsuU. Idas
It I felt called upon to advise par- -
enta; I should enunciate aolemnly tbla
golden rule: It you with your son to
bo honest, see to It that he baa pocket
money. The sum need not ba large,
but It must be hla own. Henry
James Forman, In Hearst's Interna-tlonal-CdkmopolItan.
Tower of London Sehoola.
Two little acboola are conducted In
the Tower of London. One, la for
pupils from tire to eight year old.
aha the other is for older children.
Tbe pupils ar tbe children of aoldiera
garrisoned at the Tower, and of the
Java a Volcano Center.
The Island of Java In tha Indian
ocean la tbe center of the most active
and moat destructive volcanic region
In the world, the East Indies. Java
haa the doubtful distinction of having
21 active volcanoes.
A ecoffing laugh la generally re
ferred to aa Abderlan laughter from
Abdera, aeaport town In Thrace,
noted aa the birthplace of tha cynic.
Democritna, who la known as tha
Kughing or acoffing philosopher.
Only the Shell. t
Tbe pastor who waa fond of figures
O' P-1 klng a funeral ora-
llon- 118 wa nl uures. "anenos.
we have here only the ahell of th
man, tbe nut la gone." The Church
man. Rocky Mountain Peak.
Mount Maaalve, which la 14.424 feet
high, la the loftiest peak of tbe Rocky
mountalna In tbe limlta of the United
States. Mount Brown, thought at one
time to be higher, haa proved to be
We'd All Like to Try. i
A multl-mllllooaire aaya that money
cannot measure happiness, but he la
not willing to lend bis yardstick to
those who would Ilka to prove It. "
A canary that sings, then replies
ventriloqulully aa if tbe notes cams
from far away, la owned by a New
, Eggaact Fact Laid Down.
Farm life haa Ita drawbacka, but It
isn't necessary to put down a quar
ter when you eat an egg. Dulutu
In Australia a man walked CO miles
In his sleep. We understand that when
he got back the aermon had finished,
raising Show (London).
Women and Her Clothos.
When men stars at her, ahe knowa
everything la fixed right; when wom
en stare at her, ahe wondurs what Is
On the Mske.
In the country life Is what you make
It, while in th city life Is what you
make. Columbia Record. I
You. Want a Good Position
Vary well Take the Aeceuntaney aad
Bualneae Manafemant, Privet aatarti
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