Weekly Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1900-1924, October 23, 1900, Page 3, Image 3

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    WEEKLY OREGON" STATESMAN; Tuesday, October i 190a
FEED STORES. .
O rdss Seccs
A complete stock of grass and clover
seeds.- at the lowest: possible prlett, for
first class seeds, litre us a call In
fo re buying. I y -:'-
BRfWSTEB fc WHITE. Tbe reed Men
No. ill Court St., Salens.. r'Pltone-lTSl
DEALERS IN GRAIN.
WHEAT BOUGHT
or exhanged for floor and feed at
branch office of Aurora Roller Mills,
warehouse on Trade street; near High.
Salem, .Oregon. " ;vi:7 K - ' ,-''t-:-.'
W. 8. HURST & CO.
Aurora. Oregon. Wholesale dealers
In Wheat. Oats, jllops, potatoes,
Onions and Onion (Sets.. He. Salem
".Agency, at. om-e Aurora Ifoller MHls.
on Trad- stwl. near High. ....
BICYCLE REPAIRING.
G. A. ROBERTS
Bicycle Repairing
New and Second. Hand Wheels
103 STATE STREET , SALEfl, OR
TINNING AND PLUMBING.
T. S. BURROUGHS
TINNING AND PLUMBING
Ca and Steam 1 Cuing. "Manufact
urer of Ilp ami Emk Pipe.
ioj State S. Tel. 151. Salem. Or.
PHYSICIANS.
J. F. COOK, M. D.
BOTANICAL DOCTOR
Cures Consumption, Cancer, Tumors.
Grave-' and Kidney Troubles, Asthma.
Skin ami Bon; Diseases, without knife,
plasters, posisons or pain. Also lllind-
- ' Saletn. Oregon.
LIVERY' STABLES.
. ... . JLi .
FAVORITE STABLES
44 S.w. St., Salem. Telephone 701
Li.iry, Feed and Boarding
Horses boardel by day. week or
mouth at reasonable prices. ' T1m ac
commodations rt' gid and tin rigs
are first- class in every respect.' A
suct-Ialty made of rigs for commercial
RADAE-UGH k FRANCIS,
Proprietors, j
A. R. PAGE W. A. STEPHENS
PAGE & STEPHENS
Horos v;H fed. good accommoda
tior. Fine Rig. Good Rigs r
commercial men 1 a Specialty. 'Horses
boarded by day, i week , or .month.. . .
Red From liven, feed ond Ming sionie
164 Commercial St TeL 851. Salem
RESTAURANTS.
You nri most- cordially iivliod' to
call at the !
Elmo Restaurant
lilt Couiuiere ial idreetJ.Salcwt. Oregon.
ami try our Jv S1KAI.S. No latter
enn ! 1i:id n 1h city.
I. .1. LIGHTXEU. "Proprietor.
The Wonder Restaurant
A MRALS ao CENTS
Open day and night. When in the
city we solicit your patronage.
Fni:YA'ltlj& HYDE. liopn.
IMS tVtumercial-Stieot. Salem.
TRY HFllFHBRnNDS -RESIIDRUT
21."i Commercial Street. Salem.
(laid iuire Meal for JOC
Thirty two years in business in this
city and have fed more fs-ople than
there are In Oregon: all were well
phased. Meals at .ill hour. '
C. W. IIKLLEXP.RANP.
fill KKNCE 1VT. coated with ,
..Carbolincum Avcnarius..
Will out wear t'Mr It H aim a Radical
Rinly AKa.lnst Chicken Mce.
It ppllcalti th inwle walls or poul
try huustst vem pTrnit:Mitly ex-5 :
t-rmittr all LICK.
Reauttx: Healthy Chick usl'H'nty
VV rtttf tar circulars ana prices ni nen
tton this paper.
,11. M. VAlK CO., AP",t?.
1
SAIEMIRONWORKS
' Your Work Solicited.
AYOVEN WIRE FENCING
At jrront ly rwlucoil prirosi. IVmltr
Nettin. 1'iekeU and Whlnsles.
SALEM FENCE WORKS '
WALTER MOltLKY. Prop.
t.r' State St rot. SSa loin.
Hi ro nro 'ool;jiM-5i'a loop.
Ami tlao- tlo mo "oop. ;
Aud in the jstrostni the ltng-kvel
flovi-rrs Wop, " "
Ami fnnu th erapjiy Iods 4 be poppy
'li:insx in sloop.
i : Tennyson.
A rvnt traroler in. Sontb Africa
t.dls of pomNliet'mo ' nuns who hnvo
vmlort.ikeii it wilr to lu!ld thlr
hou'. Iit von to ; nianufa'tiiro tho
brik. TIios dovotod wonion. havo
already md over lio,M lrkk
with tholr own hands. '
" Toaohor I'm jrlad to ep yoo take
wnoh an interest lu'' etioiuistry, Jolm
nv. Are you feolnp: to 1 a chemist
w'lK ti yon srow up!
johnny No; maam: Tut jroIn; to
owu a maple uar and kjtup facto
ry. Cbleaaio. Newa. , ; i
Koe.iU'o imloil tlt-re w noer law.
or "soot, or opinion,' ; did 4 ntnt-U : tiiajr-
nlfy goodnoM. asrtbe citfuan rtng
ion doth. Bacon, "
r 1 (LETTER
JVi U zJ U U U lj
for? Infants
Castoria la a 'harmless snbstitnto for Castor On Iar
, proric, Drops and Soothiujr Syrups. It is Pleasant. It
contains neither .Opinm, Morphine nor other Narcotic
suhstanee. It lestroys Worms and allays FeverLshness. ,
;It enres Diarrhoea and "Wind Colic It relieves Teth- '
in: Troubles and' cures Constipation. - It regulates the
Stomach and Dowels, jivinpr healthy and natural sleep.
The Children's Panacea The Mother's Friend, a
The Kind You Have Always Bought
S9
Bears the.
In Use ' For Over 30 Years.
GRASS
Our stock ol Grass Seed for fall sowing
is couiplele, untl we invite all seed users
lo call and examine same tefore purchas
ing, as we feel sure that the quality, as
well as the prices, can't be, beat.
SAVAGE & RE1D, Seedmen
322 and 324 Commercial Street, North u' P O.
-OF
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SALEM, OREGON
' The Leading Farm Taper of the Pacific North- '
west. 1 20-page illustrated weekly, $1 per year.
We want good agents and solicitors, and to such
'-, will pay a liberal commission. Write for terms.
Advertisers should patronize tha Homestead...
CIRCULATION, 5,000 WEEKLY
Special rates on long time contracts. Clubbing rate witlf the
Twice-a-Week Statesman, if iviid in advance, or within six
months after giving the order. Address:
f ; PACIFIC HOMESTEAD,
Office in Statesman Building. . SALEM, OR.
v The C'Ait Prnedy tor aorroos proctriwion and aU djsa tb rrnOTihr
. orraoot either cex.suoh as Nenroua Prostration, Fatlinf or Loxt Manhood.
... vTrtrft- f '0rM! or tJ;uta. wtiicii ic-d to Consumption aad lasaauy. "Wit Jry
iptpa M.rttA iordcrwecnrf-uM"torjr9 or rfiiwl tb tnopey. Sold at $I.OOper ox.
AFTEH Si!H3. S tTr T.ojL ait. jiottps tiiii.mcAi co citajnd; otuo.
FOR SALE BY
FOR SALE HY F;G. HAAS.
DIED IX SPOKANE.
AlMny Oct. 20. Accord rag to a
idSspatch rciHlve.1 here tan uin.
.Ta-,d Norcro-s, of this c;ty. dixl at
'sjHdvaue of flpoplexy.. Mr. Norcros
oalne to utvgon ' T
..s.i..r. f Albanv since 1S.. hav-
Hug been la business u this city; for
i -T r jrS IMrk, Krmlail !ro llr. !
- Zi- ltru;X,a?ru?I cr,uu. ol mil UupunUi C t riIK3i K r.au.
and wMrM rZZ?r4 fcr Dorum b hwM 90 per fmt ar l"XW with PfiUlll Is.
jfA vr.l I-' r.o. IV rt. Baa Tnodaoo. CaL : t;
and Children.
Signature of
THE
Statesman
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a free pattern to each snbscrioer).
per year
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SEED
AOTM AKO IfSTALITV
m L, K - Kl -; DR. MOWS
A LL DRUGGISTS.
DRUGGIST, SALEM, OIL
a nnmber of yearn. lie was eleee!
Mayor In 18GH. His wife and chil
dren haipenM to be Tisirin him :at
th time of bis death. TUe renxiins
will lv buried at Siwkane this after
noon. .. . '
. you caa never plan the future by
the past. Burke. . . . ; j
" . i 1 '" - V.
SENT
FROM PARIS
Prof. L R. Lake, of Conrallis, Writes
U Cor. T. T. Ceer.
GfS VISIT TO THE CAY CITY
He Gives His Impressions of tke
i French Capital Art in Horti-cnllnre-A
Bisr Display. "
(From Daily Statesman, Oct. 214
Gov, T. T. GHr yestortlay revvivetl
a lott-r from Prof. K. It. Lake, of
"Vrvallia, uow iu Paris. wIhto he
spont soveral mouths. Tho fidlowius
rxttnpts aro takoti from Its past, by
tbo kiuduoss of the Jrovornor: .
'Arriving lu-ro In tho o.irly part of
July, : I : found it very hot in Paris,
tho. hot tost. In fact, that , has been
orficially rotordol in ovor a quartc:
of a ivutury. 1 was unable to obtain
a suitablo intorjrotor at oueo, and
-onstMjuontly ivniainoi in. Paris, vlsJt
iu's tho nursorios, orchards, garden,
park and farms in 'the vicinity for
a16ut six weeks, also having an op
portunity to soo two temporary horti
'cultural exhibits of wonderful merit
In August I prooodod to visit France,
and in a trip eoTer'niu n.arly a month.
I sto!;iKd in all tho important cities
of Southern, Katern and Western
Frano. and lakiiitf side" trips front
these places saw many .of the best
farms, orohards. nf they can no
enllod orchardsl trardens. park9 and
public places 4n lh count rjv On my
return to Paris I attended tlie liorti
ruliural congress, of all nations, saw
mother imincnse display of fruits.
riowers and foliage plants, then do
partel ou a three weeks' tour of Gr-
mauv. Bliciula (Austria i and Switz.
erlaud. havinz now Just returned iu
time to see the ligget fruit exhil)it
tliat has ever lccn soon together at
one time. Words of mine cannot ex
press the magnitude or beauty of the?
display. There is so much that one
cannot fully ' grasp it in the four
days through which It-is kept on the
tables Think of one man exhibiUng
3T) varieties of pears. ISO of apples,
so of nrr3ies, ikshlvs plums, straw
lHTrlos, raspberries, eurrauts. nuis
aud various other fruHs! and thcit
try to. conceive of lo to'lo exhiliitors
iu tbe tame class, besides a multi
tiule of Aihexs. This much for. fruit
" Then there are tliousands uiin
thousands of 8eciniens of potted
Ootverlng and foliage -plains. The
Vhole makes a display of marvellous
CAPTAIN WM. BROWN,
Of the 45th Regiment, U. S. V.,
killed in the Philippines.
dimensions, wonderful lx-auty. anl
almost distracting variety. The most
remarkable feature of these dl.-qday
is Uie fact that everything is done
witli a full view of making it artistic.
Art in form and color reigns 8trprerii.!
I cau only! wib that our people could
JUST COME AND SEE
"LORD LVRGAN 2d "
Score 94 3-4, By Gore
, - '-.' Service Fee 55." - ' -
.Mrs. Insh, the noted Jadge says be
will soon eore more than to points.
Does flnd litters cheap. Does bred
and unbred." Plenty of-youngsters
ready to sell In pairs, or singly.
Give the hoys ond girls a chance' to
make eay money by raising them.
Win Etklblt Hares at the State ratr.
--rM See Them. ;
Marion Square Rabbitry
, ' r, At'WELCM. Prop. ..
391 Commercial St., Salem, Or
fills HIPfffi24iPtS! I
f I
i lw: Amu
y ' yt Tit
I' S. ",'. , i
- n THAT
Do
; I SELL...
You
! pedigreed
Know? Derelan
i i v:f: ;; Hares "
at
$1.00
i i $50
, ' Each
ee the vrondorfnl i I exhibit or fruits
and ,flowers , , ; ; r -: ':
-Yesterday I had -tlw very unnsnal
pleasure of tpotKling Wx lwurs In the
park antl gardens j of runm Itoths
ehlkr private borne, held to bo tb?
most perfect piee of garden art on
the hih iucut, and oj ths who havo
seen, the . world, -the most . tinisUeti
pje of laadscate maIe by man.
Stub a treat! TJ Taco abouuds !n
vistas of tbe most distanoe and grace,
while . the views froui an .uuudrod
ptints are most lieantlfnL in fact they
are real pieces of art worked out on
a, cauvas of soil, with natures Hving
trees, shridts. j waer- and grass, for
forms and colors, f It la really leyond
tlw power of wortls to paint It. Then,
we think we grow big things in Ore
gon, aud we do, bi ce tbe inclosed
leaf a ; cherry Jaf grown Iu the
gardens of the iLtce which, is calhnf
Ferriere. . f '
Now alKtut Franee. It 4s realty a
lteautlfnl untry alouading lu pic
turesipie . old castles ami some iew
ones, great sweeps of gently roll
ing, well-tilled, uufem-ed fields. Tres
everywhere, exefpt in 4lie south.
splendid roads. most substantia
brldires ajl aqutHlucts, numerous
railroads, and -aj superb syteia of
canals. One can go from nny large
city Jn France to any other by way
of tho caual. . or be can ,-travel from
Paris to the At lam k. along the ast
to 1 Bordeaux, ond from Itardeaux to
Celto on .the Mediterranean, aud
thence overland by. water! fo Paris
and the channel or North sea. Tin
French iK-op!e are iiorvous, high
temiertHl. eourt4Hus, and withal
generous, luit to the average A titer-
K an vulgar jor , coarse iu their -ter-
soilal liabits. Their methvsls of bus.
iness ami daily life are a study. cer
tainly. The struggle for position U
Intense with the middle class., and
tlie struggle for existence eiually as
fierce with the lower classes. Thi
results jn a very great sulwli vision of
labor and business. The small shops
are numerous. .Many tamuics ear,
work and make their sales In the
same room, wiilcu is orten so small
that one trading in the store is otdiged
to go. iu ou one side and come out ou
tin other in order U have room (to
get: alHMit. This applies to the com.
moil people, not to the iKilatiar houses
and . stores of tlM wealthy, or the
ones lu wliieii tlie averag. gioin
trotting American loes his trading.
AH buildings are made substantial.
they are exacted to last lor iges,
All the people have a develoeil Haste
for the lKautlfuI in art, 'sculpture and
tahitings. The street urchin is an
art critic, as is evidenced from his
uncoiuplimentary . .si'pwlings ou the
Ioxters ami. art pieces that are not
quite up to "the lest.
GATHERING A "DRUNK" VOOAII
ULAUY. In a Oernian look. by I.Iohtonlerg,
I wad last niglrt a list of ltsi tlerman
words aud phras4s synonymous with
tlie-word "drunk." Ity ransaiking the
Ctmiait studentH slang and tin: (,r
man rtialeets this numler can easily
le lucieased .to altottt lUVl expressive
words and-picturesque' phrase's signi
fying the happy .state of Ik-Iii", "half
seas over."
v is the English language as copious
as the Herman in this respect? i 1 ask-
Iho sentence, "He is drunk," and as-
eI a native Amemuin Xlils question
and his aiiHwer was a psi live Tea."
He cuuiiMrate4l in a few mluutes more
than forty expressions equivalent to
sorted that .more-' 1 ha u' fltsi might eas
ily lo -olle'tel in Ue Englislt-siH'ak-ing
countries. I wrote the words and
phrases down, as given by my friend,
in the 4ioih that tlie Sun might print
them. ami. with the li.Mp of its read
ers, publish at least loo clioice ex.
pressi4ns as a valualie contribution
to the ncience of metlij-nologjr or the
noble art of drinking. - ; -
He is drunk, Intoxicated. Inebriated,
tipsy, full, loaded, jagged,' tight, Ui-
lunidcd. half shot, lialf gone, ovr-
cime, '. overtaken, corned, ek'va ted,
happy, 1hhz.v, IsKuty, groggy, foggy,
hazy, dlxzy. dopey, paralywd ' j
He is half-sens over, thre shets in
the wind, bit tin bay, Off his trolley.
oft bis nut. under 11k Influence of tlie
weather, dead -to tlft world.' weak on
his pins, all iiiOjm and broonw, ami
oliout to cast up his accounts (i. e., to
o-r.it). ;. !
lie has a jag on a load on, a sakte
on. a loir on; ho iui tlie sun in ins
eye. he ra n't see a hole iu a ladd-r,
and can't lie down- without holding
oii.-Xpw Iwk Sim..
THE PUACITirAL SI HE OF IT.
"There- 1 -so little money In literar
lure." said. fhe. wife, "that I lliiuk
yon Avould le wise to ehoe som
other profesfion. Why, th man
who runs the ice wagon makes more
than you lo. the butcher goo out
driving every Hominy, tlie baker
wears a leaver and a linen colar and
the real estate man has three dia
monds in a white shirt, to say noth
ing of tlie coal man. who goes to
sleep in church ou n velvet pillow
every rnnoay me iri semi.
Aiolly. think of Oeniu; what
nm I to lo with thatr"
"The Ixnl only knows. John! Hut
how nlct? it would le If you could only
split into kindling wood at so much
a cord, or swap It off for a barrel of
flour, and a sugar cured ham!" At
lanta f'onstittition.
A TOTAL ISK.
"I thinlt that I'll le married" on my
birthday." said Misa Tommey.
"What!" exclaimed Silas Frocks,
holding np her hands in consternation.
"aud lose one entire set of present;
letroit Free. Press. 4 ,
WAS ENGAGED AT ONCE.
I want a' man to relieve me of the
work , of getting out my next alma
nac." said the patent medicine manu
facturer. "Hare you had any experl-
n -e T
"Can't say I have in Just that line,'
rephVd the np-towlate advertisement
writer; "lut I can do the work in such
a way that it will give everybody , a
pa!n."I"U'dadelphia Ileeord.
Mrs. Hnbbiilis (prompting) Amen!
Now. go to sleepv
little Elsie Put I'm not through
yet. -
Mrs. Snl.bnbs Yes. yon are. You
said "God bles4 mamma and papa."
and all 11 rest.
Little Elsie But I want to say,
"Clod bless Krhlgct, and make her a
good girl, so she can stay a few Uaya."
rbttadelimia Press.
fOU SOAY SCHOOLS
gED HILM DI8TBICT COXTKITIOS
S ) nELU IN TCBNCK.
lBUretla( Scaaloaa. at TVblcb AW Fa para
c Wr Prntad-A Profltabla
. ' . ;'i y Spent.
' TURNER, Or.. IVt. I7.A very In
teresting convention for the Iled ,
Hills distrkt opeuel at Turner at 10 j
o'clock tslay. Uev. iicOomb In the
addnss f weleonie, said every Sun
day school worker should not only
be hi earnest, but he shoukl also be
an expaiismist. . v ;
Mrs. Cltas. Townmd, iu resiwnse,
ppcakiuV of the netls of the Sunday
school. urgs I the necessity of prepar
ation m the part of tbe.teacher and
also tho same for the jvholar. Pri
mary work was disussed 'by "a niun
Ikt of inetntK-rs of the -onvention.
all emphasirlng fle importance of. the
lirst two or three j-cars or instruc
tion. ' ' ... ; ,
After adjonrnment at noon n dinner
In the Sunday s-hod room was sup
plied" hy tlie howjitalrty of the ladies
of Turner. lhth dinner and hosp.- ;
allfV were hiMiieiise. All. for tho :
h'Uir. heeded the iuvitatkm to le- i
wine expaniHists-tlM sHNud tabl !
was .as gotl as tlK' tlrst, and great ;
Stores of gisl things! were left for
the third. ! '
1 Miring tlie afternoon session ah ad
dress, by l'rof. I'uuiiiiliigs, on "How
to CVinduct a TirtttKrs Meeting, was
full of go.nl points. . He said th.tr
teaclM-rs mitl to'' tlisetisx lxiw Ih'kO J
Wiey can cjirry forward -their work i
Jnsr as workers In other line meel ;
o plan for the success of their work.,
Jestw was tlie Introducer of children
to tlie world. ' How !and wliat V
teach, and what not to tich. wero
questions fir -nsideratlon. . Teaelt .
the STlpture froiit llu Scripture, j
"Search tlie rVrlptures; . for In them !
ye think ye 'have eternal life:, ami
they are they which testify of m-.v !
The taclicr Is on a 'safe road who;
fllws the Sir5ptures. !
- A papr was read by Walter llrook
hart, a menrlKT of Irife'sor - Oum
miug's class, ou the I nature of Sim
day school work at the Reform
School, ltoys Rouvet hues eonie to the
iiiPtiUHlon who iHvcr heanl a relig
ious song; mnny of ttlie lioys appre
ciate Um efforts of those who try. to,
teach them the way. of Life, j
"Nearer My Jod to TluH"was sung1
in signs by a young lady from the.
penf Mute School the grace of her
movements npproflf'hed the sublime.
In accord with the music of.tlut
grand old hymn. j
Homo iHpartmcnt v ork was
settled by Mrs. W. R. Winans.
prN
Otifi
had
school in Ohilo. of ."2 nieinlHrs,
In Its Home Ioartnietit S2l iucimi
bers. j A - lady living in TlIlainHk
county i a 'iimiiiInt of the Jlome .He
partment of thi M. E. church in S.t
lein. This wori pivinvises to be one
of "greatest usefulness.
IM-. li. A. Watersi ktid. If . the re
ligions hist ru. -t ion in Hie homo could
le what It should lie, we 'would have
little need of Sunday school.
House to house vlsttatJoii work in
countetIon with the Sunday school
was ably presented ' by N. J. Iiauiou.
tlw : state superintendent of tfwit lc
partinent, making a very divided Int
press4oii uism all -'present.- ,.
After the usual devot ional . serviivs
hi the evening ltev.r W. M. Holt, I.
n., of Portland, . was Introduced to
the convention, and "gave a very
Interwtlng and Instructive address on
"Normal Tenching." emphasizing , t h
importanei. of a thorough training of
teacliers for their work iu t 1k.ShihI iy
schod. and ilhislrating modes by
which Normal Instruction could bo
carried forward. !
i Uev. L. , If. Petersen was next in- !
trfslin-ed. Ho addrcxKed the eon veil-":
tion. on I he groat levil. "The Liquor I
Tiafli.'." and tlnt Jmportaiice ;
teaching . our children to shun all 1
complicity- with Mils-degraiHng bus, I
IneHM, ond ) train them that th3
may grow up to us all their Intlu. ;
ence to antagonize and extertiilnato 1
this gnat evil. The con.V4'tit ion wa-
reganh-d as a groat succeo bv all
Ircacnt. and 1 he ladies of Turner .
We.ro highly coiupl I men ted on their
geiieroiiH IHierality " in ' making pro
viskm for Uie -iufort of tln dele
gate ' ..-'...!
LORD RUSSELL'S DILEMMA. :
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Once, when lie lirst. came to London
and was laying the foundation of his
great career, the future Iiord 'hlcf
Jiixticc went to the pit of theater.
The piem was xr)tnlar. the j-ft who
crowded, and tho young tnlvm-ate had
only standing room. All of a sixldeii
a man at his side er loil out Ihat his
watch was stolen. Mr. Ittisxcll iiml
two otjier men were hmmed In. "It
was one of you .three." orl-d the mm
minus th watch. "Well, we had Iw-iier
go out and Iw s.m relied." Kiiid Mr.
Rtiss.U. Willi 1lHk: alertness r mind
that did not fall hUn at a trying m
meiit fliukt an excltI crowd. A de.
tectlve was at hand, mid the uggc
lion was accepted. As Mr. UimmI
walketi out the Idea flashed thrnigh
Ills mind Ihat If the man luliiml dUu
had the Stolcu projicriy he .would
proUthly try ii secrete It In the jtek-'
et of his front-rank man. fjuVk as
thought bK,(Jrew bis coat tails nlwmr
him only to feel, . t. his horror.
soiiM'tlMrtg' Lirge and siiHoth iatnl .
round already iu his ioeket. While he
was.stlll wondering what this n(lglit
m-an for him. the detective energeti
cally nei7'd the hindmost man.
eLiiuiing. - "Wliat, m rawal! at It
agaiuT.' To Mr. liiixdl and the other
man he apol-gized and liade. them go
free.'. ..Hut Mr. UushcII. iefore Iw had
taken many steps, reflectni that h.
could wot keep the ' watch, lie went
Imck to tlie- Ikx office a i.l explained,
with a courage" on which he afterward
said he rarely experienced greater ih
mands. that tlni'igli ho did not .take
the watch he hsd.lt. Ho saying, ho
prt his band Into his pocket mid pull-''
ed out a forgotten snufTlniv. Im ion
Correspondence .Manchester Guardian.
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