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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 January 1912

THE LATEST IN HAS NEW EQUIPMENT INSPECTION LOCOMOTIVE D!F. FER5 FROM ORDINARY TYPE. Combine Balance Feature With 3 Sim ple Engine Method Has Been Used in Europe But Not De fore in This Country. Two Inspection locomotives, differ- lug In lu.me important fcaturca from nny yet built !ri this country, have been turned out wit 1) In the past few months by the locomotive shops of the Ohio rail road. The first one to be com pleted la shown In the photograph. H Is already In active service and at tracts a great deal of attention among railroad men wherever It pots. The chief point of construction which disthiKuislies these engincH from o'licrs of similar type Is in the fact that they are each four-cylinder balanced simple locomotives. The combiniits of the balanced feature with a simple engine lm3 been used la Kurope. hut those new engines ire the only ones of 1 1. Is type in America, und are the only Inspection 'locomo tives tints equipped it the world, lie low the forward end of the now 1...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 26 January 1912

tf -if! t "J ? r t The J v. J bisn My .IvKon Ff( bytcrian f'.un- 1 1 t 7 itoi reectveu a r.anusoxne er from the general asscm of I ho Pretosi Prcr-bytcry, which was a cornplimont to the local school for collecting th; tcr.t cf!Yring on Rally Day. At the expiration of one. year the banner prize will again be con tested for and presented to the Sunday-school raising the best collection. Sheriff Win. F. Schade left Tuesday morning for Jefferson City, taking three men to the pen. They were Manuel White, sentenced two years for grand tereeny; Doc Beasley, two years for carrying- concealed weapons and William Hay den, two years for assault with intent to kill. John E. Chapman of Advance and Miss Nancy Carfain, Green Brier, were married here last Saturday night 'Squire Arm strong performed the ceremony. The newly-married couple have many friends. John Randol, Sr., was stricken with paralysis at his home 4 miles southeast of the city, Monday, but late reports state that Mr. Randol is rapidl...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 February 1912

ool Julr M i M f 2 I II M v I J ft..Ja s Vrs fc --J tLk JL!s Jj, IKS PEOPLE'S PAPER "ALL r. HEWS THAT'S FIT TO f MKT" SUSSCXIPTlCH TTAZt, $1X3 A UhT., is ASVA::n Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, February 2, 1912. No. 5 ORDINANCE NO. 993. An Ordinance to an end Or dinance 979, entitled "An Ordin ance Regulating the Fees of Certain Officers and Persons," and "The Taxation of Costs in Misdemeanor Cases," passed and approved August 14th, 1911, by repealing Section 4, of said Or dinance, and enacting a new section, to be known as Section 4 in lieu thereof. Be it ordained by the Council of the City of Cape Girardeau, Missouri, as follows: Section (1). Section 4 of Or dinance 979 is hereby repealed, and a new section, to be known as Section 4, enacted in lieu thereof to read as follows; Section (4). Fees of the City Marshal and Policemen. The City Marshal or Police men shall be allowed fees for every conviction, the same to be taxed as costs, for each case as follows: For making ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 February 1912

j I)yLQUIS JOSEPH VANCE .author or "Tim brass bovd." ktc. 8YNOPSI8. Tsi'-I Amber, atflrtlnr. f-r a ol--nb. tng- visit with i. in Irl-ri'A. gumn, rome up "i a ycir; i a - i y -tu at t inn T-iio ha N-n (rt tr.u.!jni'V! hv hp hmo bcomtnjr fr.a-nC-ih-.i ti ! ii arn.-ir.-t!o H ra1 -r a burly ii.mbi. lie tb-,. lar. be I ''-nr Irfii Chattel!!, '"I'll appointed snc-uthp!ec of tho Bel!," ai'.lreaaes Amber a a man cf b'jth rank ant pr"ln a riv-t.:(.r,,,vi!i little tironM box. "lbs To n." Into hi han't. (tl:ipvra In the 'fit'l 7h t'rl rills An,'.r by nam. ' In turn ai,)rrsse her e Mia F'.phte J ern-il, riroiirlMer of t'ol. Farreil of the It: leh ! . ii.n ic aenOce In In-Ha and vis. tin the (JnaJna. fiivral nigMa latxr ' vtualn hnir Is burirtrl7e.1 and the I,i-n.,.. k-x mon. Aiii'r ar.fl Qualn fro iiuntina; on an Iaiun4 and twomt lost and -Amber is l"ft nmroone.t. Ha wanders bout, finally reaches a cabin end rec oenli. hm lis o''-ni'nnt an old f'-tend r "trued Kiit'on, whom lie lust mft In Em-n...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 February 1912

CLEAN SEED BEFORE S0WIN3 LESS STRENUOUS TIMES LAW'S INJUSTICE MADE PLAIN FARM AND GARDEH ONE-MAN DERRICK IS HANDY Flan It Given for Mjklng Practical De vice for Lifting Heavy Logo or Weight of Any Kind. A pliin for nwiKltiK a device for lin ing Iijkb or weights of any kind la Klvpn by a writer In tho r'nrra and Home and In as follows: Get two planks eight feet long, on 1n Fig. 1, and bore alternate holes near each edfio six Inches apart. Make a lover, as shown in Fig. 3. Holt the two planks topether at each end, m A One-Man Derrick. r.s Bhown in Fie. 2, hiving the alter nate holes opposite. Fifr. 4 shown 11)8 machine in poiition to lift heavy ln;s or weights of any hind. A stout uruto is placed to hold the devire solid. Tl.e lever works on iron piny. Y, running through the plunks. The lever is first applied ut the bottom and gradually worked upward, moving the pins aa you proceed, and misiiK the weight, which Ib attached to tho lever by a chain or rope, 7.. This in a practical devic...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 February 1912

if- P., TTi-.-lj .".- --? FwmVy Ibe Jstfcson HeraJdl t ji:ic: Jl.OU per '. I'.nUred us second c)aa matter si i the post offle t Cn;( CSrsrdenu, Mo cc5?r the Art ot March 3. 1ST9. .1 " . Oh. yes. the preachers and if,e priests want tneir ciaws in the pockets cf those who marry, t no m3tter if they do starve to death. They want a "rake-off" when they baptize the baby. wnentney preacn me lunerai. !1U Millie Y,iXl the souls from want pay for getting -cm purpuory. a step higher. -i'ortageviile Critic. ' devolved on two very important The above is a sample of the circumstances, viz: Whether the absurdities which appear in the hoy in the case is eligible and rortageville (Mo.) Critic, recent the girl willing; but the case of -successor to the "World's Butt drink is usually secondary, and Cut," under the influence of two man' a 'a has kissed the red celebrates, Charley Walker and Kla:"3 of snirits fermenti because Dick M2p!e. Frcm the tone of ti0 fair yours: queen would dare matter appearin...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 February 1912

"A Timely Fortune" was tl.c bill at the Schuchert Opera House Monday night and a large crowd was present to see the play. The cast included some actors and actresses who will no doubt under proper training, de velop into real footlight stars if given time. However, the show was musical comedy and offered no great field for any individual actor to show his native talent, the "plot" which was looked for ward to in anxiety being entirely missing. It is presumed by those who made themselves a part of the audience expected eome excellent music numbers, but the looked-for treat came only in the amount of songs of fered and not in quality, the songsters being seemingly tin easy less they strain their high salaried voices in an attempt to bring out the melodious strains according to the latest methods of music-making. The musical comedy shows have superceded the drama and a majority of the people seem pleased with most any sort of a cast that will abound in glittering assembly and bring in ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 February 1912

County- Herald '('tfVii Publishing Co. CAPt."oiRARDEAU MISSOURI c:i DiSTr,i3UTiorr cf germs Rcuults cf Interesting Experiments With Mlcrocopio Organisms Made Recently In FTanre. Soino Irterostlng experiments lmvo recent! been wnde by Cnsion Hn jilr, logrttlier with Matucbot and Combos, with regard to the dlstrlbu llun of microscopic germs In the air. Tee Blr to bo tested was1 sucked by means of an aspirator through a glass vessel containing a. suitable nutrient solution, bo that the germs could de velop rapidly. If tbf temperature ank below 20 degrees, says Umuc.hau, the solution solidified. It wag possi ble not only to count the organisms which developed, but also to make a systematic observation of their de velopment and photograph them. The nulrieut solution employed was pre pared from potatoes, carrots and sim ilar materials. The flora of vegt-ta-ole organisms obtained vnrled accord ing to the locality and according to the nature of the culture medium (nu trient solution) employ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 February 1912

' AND Mfc MM HI SCALES AND LETTER OPENER .J-dndy Little Implement Will Be Found of Great Convenience For Any Office Disk. A bandy iH't.li combination In n lot ,rter openor and mull Fcales which la lorand new and th handlnessof which 'will bo recognized ,y anyone In a ihort time. The loiter opener Is a t Balance and Letter Cpener. 'Oat, stiletto-shaped piece ot metal, the linndle end of which 1b supplied with a letter clip. Mall matter to be 'weighed la placed In this and a lead pencil la thrust through one of the four holes. The weight of the letter is Indicated by the particular hole through which a balance is struck tn this operation. The edffo of the Im plement Is marked off In Inches so that a Blx-lnch rule enters into the combination. PREVENT SPLASH FROM AUTO Guards Suspended From Hubs of Ma chine Shields Pedestrians From Water in Streets. A serious ratine lor complaint 'against the automobile has been that :ln passing through puddles in the treet the wheels will often splash m...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 2 February 1912

Jea. Ileniik-y returned to hia horr:e at Claraville, HI., Monday. He w&3 here ta attend the funtT al of hia sister, Mrs. Dolph Charier. Bert Miller, of Browns ville, Texas, boh of Mrs. Khaner, was also at the funeral. Mrs. Kate Schmake has re turned from St. Louis, after en extended visit at the homs of her son, A. C. Schmuke, whose wifs snd little daughter accom panied her to Jackson. Miss Jetta Murller returned to her home in Elgin, III., Tues day, after a pleasant visit here with her mother, Mrs. II. H. Muelier. Bob Price, one of Jackson's popular barbers, transacted business in Cape Girardeau Wednesday. Mrs. W. S. Samuel returned from a week's visit in St. Louis Mor.lay. J. C. Buerkle of the Cape was in the city Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones are parents of a boy, born Sunday. Mrs. R. C. Hough and little son, Malcolm, are visiting rel atives st Jackson, Tenn. Joe Williams returned from St Louis Wednesday. Norman Gaines of the Cape was in town Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Garnet...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 February 1912

O A VW? ''J7- Y H ' ii 1 ! 1 V::.s xlr.'' v-..: rfJa i I 1 I ..v I 3SET i t At? t. A I PEOPLE'S PAPER "Att THE H1WS THAI'S fit TO PRINT" suascatprisM price, xi-C3 a yea, m Asvr::2 v t V Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, February 9, 1912. No. G Here's Your Opportunity; Now Is Ths Time To Grasp It. The time is up on the Herald's cialjRubscHprionofferJ:o8end the paper to subscribers at fifty cent3 a year, butjf you are look ing for a big clubbing off erthe following list should appeal to you. Byreason of some very special arrangements which we have been able to makewithseveral oth er publ i sh ers, we can offer you four unusually attractive magazine club bargains, in con nection with thellerald. Ladies World The Cape County Herald The People's Home Journal Publishers' regular price $2.00, Our price to you $1.25. Mother's Magazine The Cape County Herald. The People's Home Journal Publishers regular price $2.25 Our price to you $1.25. Farm and Home Mother's Magazine The Cape County Heral...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 February 1912

J ft-s -- -a-, - p t it it -" w - 5 I A ROr,IANCEi CHAPTER I. ;or r..'-.If a t.-' "i .'? f.;..vr. j 5-r!-!-s:.;j t Is cor-i ws'k su-t au::s. ;.o tni t's:.i'-.f j ?. s4 Kii;$s for r.t door; Url j -ti tia Iss'tUoi ha-! tB to at Grtt-1 C'BtraL Tt-a It cay ; t tis aaSC'a..lo'i ia!nd. dirwi c-r to as end t-rexSa-stioM Srj.ris.wJ. he tftat-i; and l thai s rew-ard'-rl t,y iaTic hU trodc-pc It tie p c 5 er t-t.in4. Tfc!. ; .!.1e4 tlas. &btsr::y ousb. ad k , ert ea esl oii. aotacfts biscsIf i -ris a E3ttr4 'e:b!a. tardlr J df r.:!e. Joyt a atrc'I fc6S?lsg tira. C'j. traaaferrtc to a JocaJ t.-aia. te ''S5"eJ at Tsty-l!!fra STf, Ci:rr-b-.-J tie ataJra a:d rroffl t.rt;'y , b-r?rv1 l;y a tcaif E'r.klr.e i.'an:Ty acro Madlae F"I-a Fiji, vai tae drear:? ittiirg f:;ataia aa4 btieeen arraya ec-.p'y Vencbfa airr:y beeirJy (sEnee tiat a1 eac cerel tii-m "ir ararc:-r ? 1ouia:r? r.:ac be tamed ccrtavari-' on 5tf;a ATecne. tlLreailns tbe ear'.y ttroca Sta a iprinp cf lrn jat ser.ee ia tla atride to i...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 February 1912

CIVIL "WAR FIFTY if EAR 3 AGO THIS WEEK 3 January 21, 18C2. Tbe Union reconnolnance lu force by (Journal McClernand Jn the direc tion of Columhua, Kentucky, return ed to Cairo. The pedltlon, eonHlst Ins of nearly Dvo thousand men, left Cairo ten days ngo and penetrated to a point within a mile and a half of the Confederate defences about Co lumbus. The Confederates, seeing the enemy In mich force, expected and prepared for an attack. The Union force withdrew, after ascertaining the position, extent and strength of the Confederate defenses. The expedition reunited In the acquisition of valua ble information oomei riiup roads that were not marked on the maps In the poHHcss'on of the Federal officer", as well ns a knowledge o the Confeder ate position. Adjutant-General Harding; reported the number of citizens of Missouri that had enliHted in the Union array for threo years at C!,SS2. Lieutenant Ammcu, commanding the United States gunboat Beneca, re ported to Commodore Dupvnt that the n...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 February 1912

i ST'.'. rr I'; .t:.i.a. t f :. f-r rr ti jT.t o-;'1.- at Cat- Oi. rriv., 11 a Bfler W . ot M.r.k 3. 11 -J. 1 rcr of the "Hot Stave I'd !e."the rr,:vt rrcdomi r.r, f the fix i, .list party in cf Democratic ;v:ij city C:.:cr. iir .7 1 interests cr o m.vr t'3 hindered by it k .era After Iir, j, a-j ether cities too reus to di.'cu.3 literally, have fai.Vd to show ... : Champ Clark was elected Sp?ak-ic. cr of GorgTe-rs l;.st fall be at- ence felt a yearning for the tig Atia Teck has traded for a j dor to fce used aa a companion .:t.;a.--t rciom cuisi bis noise made by the Socialist w hich I.'ka ":t i..:;, j.-,. itil he can get a wife. AM f"3.1 V?2 r chiir t the White House: ro he , , . . i. 'Tu 1 ...... , , , J, , taken lasrt week. They are post reru.iisted the p.edge to leu tyL-,i on1 u- KM . : x m a convention of whicn he waal . . K- . , . t . J : .1 : , rr and began an clTort to appro-j jpriate to himself what that con- -The f.rst railroad train will soon run into Tickville. It will ...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 February 1912

V Crpc Leeds J J "Two Married Men," the show at the Grand Theatre Friday and Saturday nights, given by the Knights & Ladies of Security, proved a financial success as well as a good entertainment. The participants in the play deserve great credit 'for the manner in which the parts were acted, and notwithstanding that they only had a short time to prepare themselves for the parts, the whole cast 6howed itself capable of presenting a good entertain ment. The songs were up to the standard of the performance. To refer seperately to each play er would be a hard task, as all on the stage bore out their parts in a manner as to make it neces sary for a return engagement, which will be played in the near future, although a play with a different title will be offered. S. Stafford arrived with the body of his brother-in-law, Geo. Welch, Tuesday morning, from Fornfelt, to which place Welch had recently moved from Ber nie. Welch was twenty-five years of age. The cause of his death was malari...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 February 1912

Cane Ccinly. Herald Harold Publishing C, GlflARDEAU - - MISSOURI m r . tit AwmjR p. ?msiMT CAPS It's almost as easy to Rive pood ad ai it la not to folio it It- . ; Among (foe things tbnt we irers not -thinking of ordering is a r.tw alpba- i'rrnona with no other form cf amtiftrt'jeiit c:in watch tho days grow fcmger. It la difficult for some men to be rood when they have a good chancs to bs otherwise. A fresh epir, of the season comes wtralctit from a fresh chamber of tk cold atoraga warehouse. . t. Ixjuis girl, twelve years old, "ants a divorce. Some of them cer tainly acquire the habit early. Germany has seventeen dirigible 'war balloons nnd England la fortu tate in being too busy to worry. A Connecticut woman found a dia mond In a leg of lamb. And she wasn't nywhere near Winsled at the time. - A girl umpired a baseball gnme In California the other day. Those Cali fornia women certainly are heroines. An Imperial edict In Pekln orders cutting oft of queues. Switches nd rats ought t...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 February 1912

mm swmmmmms) MEANS ECONOMY IN FOOD. By Martha McCulloch Williams. Kcnnomy, which is tmw the rry In nil tblnr.M, from postage to politics, h.H no more valliint helper than M Foyer's fystem of paper bag cooking. Konsu which have a knack of r.hrinltlng horribly In the pan come out of paper b'ii almost the size which they riiino from tho butcher, and lamnomicd of their full food valne. Th y will have been rooked In vapors of their own essence- the bent part of them will not have run out, to dry on the pun bottom, ami smell most nppel b.lngly. but. bo In largo measure l.si ii tho palate. There will be grnvy in the bag, to b.j sure gravy lit for a Ivir.R. In fiinn of llsh, the results are even letter. Pan-cooking wastes a tlfih, n fourth, some-times even u third of a fi k1; Vf.f'ctJiblca also taste better, and are better, for ha cooking. Hag oookl-ig preserves In them their es sential Halts, which . boiling take away. Ilei-anuo all manner of seasoning Is thus conceived and driven Into the...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 9 February 1912

V , 7 Thti n. mains of Carl Wiihelm, r.on of Charles Wiihelm of Jack wn, who died at Fcrnfelt last Friday, was buried in the city cetnelcry Sunday afternoon. ITe attained the as?e of 25 years, 11 months and 7 days. He leaves a wife, fevers! relatives mid many friends, and was respected by all who knew him. Mike 0wen3 of Springfield, Mo., has bean in town several days shaking hands with old friends. He was formerly in the hotel business here, but is now running a hotel in the for mer city. Andrew Caldwell, oldest son of County Collector J. F. Cald well, left last week for Warren, Pa. If he likes the country and get3 employment he may remain for some time. Rev. Dr. Geo. W. Paynter of Kang Chow, China, delivered a lecture last Sunday morning and evening at the Presbyterian church to a large audience. Wilbur Allen 6f Ulmo attend ed the funeral of Carl Wilheim here Sunday.! Mr. Allen and LIr. Wiihelm were partners in the butcher business. Dr. It. T. Henderson happened to a very painful a...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Missouri, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 February 1912

t or ni a il School Jul 2 It cm i! t 1 C !l " i i " i I ' - V 3 o IKt PECFLfS PAPER "ALl TIC HEWS TEAT'S FIT TO rRIMT" SUZSCRiPTlCn PRICE. $1,C3 A HAR. IX AOYAXCI . "No77 Vol. XIV Cape Girardeau, Missouri, Friday, February 16, 1912. J 3yf'"7 '.It'1"'-.. r ' l7 v 1 J M M n J t .nr. The Waterway Commission. The Missouri Waterway Com mission has recdntly arrange ments with the Drainage Ex periment Bureau of the Depart ment of Agriculture, whereby the Commission will be enabled to furnish to drainage districts the accurate data concerning the run-ofT, rainfall - and steam ca pacity, which has been found to be almost prerequisite to suc cessful drainage. While a great deal of success ful drainage has been accom plished in this state, notably in Southeast Missouri, quite a con siderable part of drainaee work ha3 proven to be only partially successful. The reason for these partial failures is noi due to any oversight or incompetency on the part of any of the engineers, but to the fact that...

Publication Title: Cape County Herald, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cape County herald. — 16 February 1912

q;e Ccunly Ilenli Herald PubllsMng Co. CAPE GIR VROC.AU - - MISSOURI f , , . .j VEHY COURTEOUS TO CROOKS Nw York Poiiterren Respect Their Feelings, but Do Not Let 7hfm Linger. Cur poll's policemen do not p1v vising croofcf. the bum's rush any more, eys tho New York corrcspnn flent f the Cincinnati Times Star. Oo the fithnr band, courtesy and consider ation enter Into their dealings with the under world. Even a confidence tr.nn tmn feelings, you understand. Hot the effect seems to be about the ome. The other u'.r.Tit Second Po lice Commissioner LtytiBherty was ft-antfirg on n corner, watching r.road- ay go by A tall, well dressd man, winding one of the shepherd's crook cants that Fifth avenue affects now adays, wearing A comical checkered tap and an air of Intense ennui, sauts- Icrei the rftvement lx. I-:i!y." said Mr. Dougherty. The tall, well -dressed man swung quickly on W3 bed. lie was sur prised, but perfectly calm. As b topped his leg with his cane end talked to the enromlsh, h...

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