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THE RED CLOUD CHIEF. FRIDAY. NOV. 15. 18(15.
LOVK'S tlNCO.NSCIIH S MUSSr.NCiKH,
Ited eJovcr blosonts iiml daisies
Swing ntitl sway.
Ainltl tliu llowcry mazes
"Mttle reek they might beneath
Mother Earth's groon, frnj:rnin sheath;
Sunshine, tholis. ami nil of life
Save Its Weariness and slilfe.
Willi busy, tuneful litinuntiiK
I.0111I heralding Ills coming
, Swift it lone
Tho wild )oe, honey-questing.
Will brook no llfilitsomu .t'it Ittjr ;
His is uo Idle rover.
UlFportiug 'lull! the olncr.
Al Ills kiss tin; elmor smiles
(Willi blushes shy.)
Honey sips tlie bee, and mllrs
Away doth fly,
Willi fussy, noisy, pompous poif
In distant fields to pay Ills eourt.
UtulieumltiK lie loxe's message, bears
To oilier clovers, oiliorwhoies,
TIIK top o the
miirndii' l' .ve.
It's Kind 01 am
I' see joo. the
da.v! Shure Ol i
havu'i sit o.ws I
nn yo. slnee. Tim ltellly's wake. Ah-h.
falx. 'twas a folne tolme wc had tlie i
iiolKht! Hit ye down, Mrs. FIiiiiiiIkuii.
sluiro .ve must no loircij. .Minn iniir
tltpT! biit ye'ro slltlu' an the rat! I'.ad
Reran to the crnjlhur! It do be always
umMier me fill. l!o an now! S-S-S!
'An' how have ye been. Mrs. Plan
nlguti? An' how's the mild man an'
tlie lives? Oil, yls; we all do be folne
hero, ban-in' Johnny. Ho liov the
whoopln' eahf-nn' It's very Imd he Is.
Ob, yls. Mary Ann Is well. Shedo bu
goln' In Ki"iii' sas-ilely now. sinee her
paw was cllcted aldheiniau av tlie
Tint' ward. Shure she whit to the
KiVhhore a fwolle this suniiner wld the
;illiooleys an' the Sulllvans. an' she
wlnt itildln' hi wan o' ihlm yats they
lias down iheie: an' its a folne tolme
she bad. Arrah! but ol mule to kape
an oyo til her aid the sa-anie, fer aid
tholrKtan' way. fer 'tis i-orruptln' her
nuiuueis they'd he; no ll-s An' site
lo bo alwa.vd broiiKlit up da.vilul an'
HIlKint .lohiin.v! lit nulut. Uosiu
uit an' plav wld fie kh.u a fwoll.
Uiere's a Kood bye. Yees r-oe. Mils Is
bow It was. 'Twas aid ahum av a
a-amc they eall laluiK lionuN. .Mary
,nn kirn hoamo wan day last spring.
nn' she slz t' mo. slz she;
"'Maw. tlie Ollhooloys is Klllln' up
a luluig IH'iuiU iloob. an O'lui to be
long to it,' she slz.
"A laling Dennis cloob'.' Ol slz. 'An
Twats that? Is It some new koliul nv
a slilllaly' )i slz. 'Kal.v. an jo doan't
lKla-nng to laling Dlnnls. nor short
ninnls nyllior. bedad. but lo honest
Moiko MnldiMin. that ye promises to
marrv last St. I'athilck's ila-ay-an'
Its makln' yor woddln' eloathos ol am
tills minute'.' 01 slz.
"'Oh. liinw!' alio slz. Mi's only a
cn-aniu!' sho lz. 'An' they plajs It
nn the la-iihn. wld a nit an' balhs, an'
Oi'll have to liov a Dlnnls soot,' she
"'An' fwa! 'II that be?' Ol slz.
"'Wboy, It's a drlss to wear whin ol
.Mwry Ann Jinked n Tiuiili,"
hlayH tin.' gn-aino!' she slz. 'An' Ol
waul wan as folno as Annie Ollhool
v'h.' "An f wat's the matter wld the
drlss ye had iniulo for the Sono uv
Mrln lmlilV 01 slz. 'The gtano fatln
wan, wld the lalm tall to It, an tin
llwiutillty nick, nu' the llllgant lneo
an rhl nritlllshullsV Sluiro. Ol'm
tblnkln' Annlo Ollhooloy'll not liov an
iivtlilng folner than that, now.'
'"'.Now, niuw!' slz Mary Ann, 'Unit's
not sootablo at all, at all,' she slz. 'Ol
want n rhl an' fwolt shtrolped sklrrt,
wld a pink shlrrt waist, an' wan o
Ihlm onus they do Is weailu tin' the
yats, an Oi want folvo dnllois to buy
" "Haoket. it Is!' 01 slz, Tolvo dal
low! sbiir. Ol think wld four byes an'
u iMitiy an' n- planny, an' a dog an'
Hint Holiumlii' pan-ot-tlm devil Hoy
away wld him! 1U alono yor paw
whin be klniK hoamo from tlio tvurnl
niajtliis, Its racket enrtugb wo has, an'
for uothln'. Its no folvo dallors yo'll
lilipluil fer nioro racket, lioKomi.
Joliiixy Casey, If yo doan't lavo air
in rIii' Iho baby, Ol'tl take ino shllp
per f o! D'ye niolitd Unit now. Uiisht
:ryln' now, darllnt; hero, thin, heio'
yor slsthor's fontygraft ullilm-look nt
that now! Alanua, but it s a folno
rliolld she. Is. .Mrs. Flaimlgan, when
yo lavo her liov her own wny; Will
as Ol was tlllln' joes, If Ol'd put mo
fnt down Uiln. Ol'd have saved niosUn
tbrubblo an' money; but whin tho (iil.1
-man l;lm hoaitio 'twas alsy wurik for
Mnry Ann to tasu him nioiind, an so
It wasn't Inline bofoor sho wos rooiiln'
lo pla-uy laling Dlnnls owry day In
tio wnko, an' soria ir bit av wurrk
oonbl Ol get out av her. An' so It
-wlnj, till Iho other day. slio kliun
lioamo an sho slz. 'Maw. them's to
lie a tinlmlnt at tho club, an' Ol'ui
Koln' to pla-ny wld a inatcli.' sho slz.
" 'Nat bit uv II;' slz Ol. 0I nlvor al
lowed uuy oholld av iiinlno to pla-ay
Witty mm io3
wld matches nt nil, at all.' 01 m,
'Wliat d'ye innneV Ol stz. 'Doniit ye
I........ .... ...nl.l.l . Il .1... .I..I. ilt.lt till '
Miv J u milium pii i in- illinium mi
folio V An' Is the tlnlinlnt for rliitV
Ol :.iz, MYrhups we inclglit lint It!' Ol
slz, 'fer If yo'ro coin' to shplnd aid jer
Inline pla-ny'ii laling Dlnnls, we'd Idt
ther live cIom boy, mi' sii-iio tolme
eoiulu' nil golii'r" (Ol si, this lrry slr-
uisty, Jus. Flauulgnii, for Its mad oi (
"so tlilu sue explained that tlie tun- ,
mint wasn't :i lliitmliil nt all, but a .
kind av a show aff gn-uuie tiv IiiIiiik .
Dlnnls, tin' she luvolted me to ko I
tlahiiK wld her. that Ol untight see
what a pttrrty same It wax. '
" 'Air pit an the blst je lias.' sue
slz, 'fer It's a stoyllsh crowd luu'll lo
"So Ol pit an me blue slik dr!s an'
medooluiln ilu a.i' tuk me fwott para
sol wld the Kruno bows an' Ol wlut.
"An' shure. 'twas a folne da-ay an'
theie was a lot av nolee lookln' poplo
a slltlu" arouiiil Kiaale hihiiK 0-li
net Flituek up ItlKewuys a bin spume
inn irked air an the glass, wld a acrass
the uildle uv It.
The f.b lis aid looked inolglily pur
ity an' there was a lot av Judes In
funlle clothes shklpplu' around an'
Klttln' imdhei' fut. an' Ihne was plluiy
av kIskII"' ii ehatteiln' ye may he
"Mary Ann pit a chair fer me In
j Hie front low an' wlut an' bruiiK up a
folr.e shtiapplu' younk fell. in fwolle
pants an a nil ami yeiiy suiroipeu
eoal, an lnlerjiileed me to 'in. u fer-L-tl
tils iia-nmo. bill he n wan UV the
'bosses Ol I'lilnk. He was iiioIkIiI.v pT-
I lotto an' shmollln'.
1 " Vilnd I' male Mis. Oavej.' he
sly. 'Ol hoapo ye'll InJ'y Ihe ilnlinltil.
I be slz. 'Ver da-anier pits up a folne
I K.i-anie. an' Its jrtnl av her .xe'll be.'
" 'l-'alx an' Us piouder me ber Ol'd
be.' (1 si:?. "Ii she'd shlay lioauio
wausr In a fwolle an' pll op a Tow
i mis ar ilniniattlos or the loll.e o'
that.' oi slz.
" Mih. but Inhr-K Olut.'.s U
healthy.' he slz.
"An' rwat ir he IsV Ol slz. 'ol have
n't the banner av the Klnilenutn's n'e.
ipialntaiiee,' slz Ol; 'An Ol'iu nol al all
thrubbled ijlsiul Id" l'"all.' o sir..
"Wld thai he (ur.-ned so rid in the
"I'n ii M AVollil I ',''
an' boKiin boltluK Ids nilslache
that Ol was cheaied lor fear
he iiioIkIH bo laling Ulniils ilinlir. or
wan av the family, an OI tuolKlit have lueii.'.eives uosiuuie. ino itenii in mi
lmiried his tVellii' so Ol slz man form who had so long olllehitod
!.. .... ..III...... HI iiiiinr..ll 'lilt fl f il III t ilH IlllHltrlllll Mllll filllll'r IimiI left tliom
t un nn i'iiiii' r mi in... i. .. ...-. , -. --
In ea-ai-e yor own itti unto ntol;;lti be not a dollar. The lady and her (laugh
, Dlnnls.' Ol siz. lor weio. of mil so. looked coldly
" 'Oh. don't mlnilon II. muni, bo slz. upon rir nwiiiio. as people noiioveti
an' ho hiiighed so halrrly thai oi know thent to bo In (ollitstoii with the do
In felt blither. parted. Hut they wore not depressed
"Thin he bowed an win! aff. thin by HiK They went miiuftilly to woik
()l looked aidiinil an Ihero win Mtuy lllo little heiolnes In a play, the ninth
Ann n piaiiehV nioiind wld u bat made or did sowing and the (laughter did
out uv stilting, about us IiIk as me whale. or she could got to do. They
little eoal ehuvvle, an ti knoekln
ba-ase bahls aeioss lite tlsli nit. an'
Annie Ollbooley over an the other
soldo knoekln' thlui bnek at her.
"There was n Utile Judo slttln' up
nu a holgh shlool at wan ind of iiie
till. wroltliiK an a piece of pa-aper an'
yellln' out Kimolhlii lo 'liu Ivory now
"Klrst wan of Ihlm would hit a bald
a lick mi' thn folly wool yell:
"Thin she would mud a not her wan
floyiu' an' he would jell:
"Thin sho would rhttshy over to (ho
other tanner ot lb. sijuaro r' got a
blither crack at it. Thin Iho other
glrrl would plooK It back it her. an
Uilu' they'd all wall a fwolle till some
of Ihe jiules would folnd some more
"Tlilu I bey would go al it sumo
inoie, roonln' tin' Jiimpln' an' toarlu'
around till they both lookul (hat. rid
in the fate an' tnlrcd that Ol sid to a
l folno stoyllsh lookln' lady that wit
nlst to mo:
" lf .Alary Ann was to wurrk as
band as Unit doiii' a wnxliln' Its Ullt
she'd be iutolioly.'
"All Ihe tolnio the Jiidelin the shtool
w'ns yellln' an sbcrainln'. Oi eouldn't
bear much ho sld, but 'twas iiuiibeis
mostly, ol (Ink. Ov eooise Ol would
n'l have uioliitlod thai, but nf liter a
fwolle Mary Aiiuodld somelhln' wrung
01 suppose, for bo shcniined oltt at her
(l"tte ipille vl'lout lolko.
" 'The dooei!' ho slz.
"That made mo leal mail win tlio
poor glnl was thioyln' so harrtl, mi
"None o' that mo
not bo vliitlir aiiny
AhleWnan I'ttsey's iln-arter' fl
"All tlio 'Miplo arouiul um laugln;il,
for they was to see tin sassy Judo tide
down a bit. Hut bo nlvcr paid a bit
nv attention nt ah), at aid.
"An' that wasn't tho woorst he hM.
Mrs, Cokot ytvptn n ".iiian.
'Twas only a short Inline ufther that
whin Mary Aim slz to him vlrry Us -
"FwatH tho Kohoio, Mister Joans V
"He looked at hoi wld it grip' an ltlin
lolko u youiiK nilifiaitiier. a,, iu 6lz:
'Thlrrty, love!' .list lolko lliat.
"Willi 'twas ncilld 01 was tint mln-
: . K .
ute. 01 wlut over an' shuk mo ,1sut
tit It! tn and Ol slz:
.tt'tinl .I',... .iiiiai.. . limit. llnf I-.1U.
...it ii , ; niiiiiv. . u iiii'ii ii. I ii.i.-
kll,' 01 slz, "to le tnlkin' loiko that to
mo Mary Ann,' 01 slz. 'an' she liiKaKod
to Molke Muhlooii an' him on the po
llee foreoV 01 slz. 'An' It's lucky lor
,oes lis an Ids kilo ho Is lids minute
an' not here, or Us toon In jo'l bo
whno jo belong!'
"Cooni along" hot
ninnie, Mary Ann. mis
minute.' Ol slz, 'an' if IiiIiuk Olnuitla
or or short Dlnnls lor Insiiiis ye
hkIu Alderman Casey'll hm him a
rael.et that'll shpi-oui basebahls util
oer his hid, bad luck 1 1 'lui!' "--Irene
Stoddard Capwell In OhleiiKo lnier
Oio'in. Tim i:n: or tiii: m'.i:ii,i:.
1 1 II IV llll Illlllirlllll( lllMlltlT) llll
Xliiili- In a llrcnoi,
l'.lhis Howe almost boKKaied himself
bffoie he illh(oeii'd where the oo of
the ti'-'-dle urn sewliiK maehlne should
bo located, UN orlKiiial Idea was to
follow the model of the e,e at the ho.nl.
Il lioNorneeurred to 111 til thill It should
be placed near the point, and lie uiluht
lane fulled nttoKothor If be had not
dreamed bo was bulhlliiK simvIiik
maehlne for a miviikV kliiK In a stiaiiKe
eouulr.t. .lust us In his initial waklitK
experlenee, ho was rather peipleved
about the needles eye. lh thoiiKlii
ihe Miik wu1 him twenly.four hoitii-i
lo complete a machine and make It
mmv. If not finished In that time,
deal It was to be the punishment.
Howe worked and woiked and puzzled
and puxled. mid dually pave It up.
Then he thotiKht be was taken out to
be o.ms mod. l noticed that Die war
rims onirics speais ihnt were pleii-ed
near the head. Instantly ranie Hie so
(tit toil of ihe dilllculty. and whllu the
Inventor was boKKluK for iliul) he
awoke. It was I o'clock lit the morn
I ni:. lie .lumped nut ol bed. inn to his
wot ihop and by 0 u noodle wllli an
i'U had been indel.v nioilolod. After
that It was easy. Tills Is the true
story of an Important lueilieiil In the
liiu'iillon of the f-cwhiK mnehtite.
i:noilt Vrili-n l' a Tree,
A paper lit Western .Vobrnskii con
tain the outline of a story that should
bu iltuiK Into uudyhiK orso by a poet
as kooiI as lite author of "Ihioeh Al
lien." Some yeais hko In the town
when1 the paper Is published theie
lixod a man who had a wife and
duHKhior. He loomed prnspoious. mid
Ids ii edit was Kood for auythiiiK ho
One line. starllKhl ulKhl. lie disap
peared. takliiK with him neatly eet
liilitK that wasn't nailed down. Ho
had made about over. man In town
his creditor, and when lie went away
the people betook thomsohes Into out
er darkness for awl lie and walled and
Kita"hoil their teeth.
The wife ami daiiKhlor were Healed
the mmo as the rosl. They found
prospoiod. nn I hoy deseivod to pros-
I per. The older heroine In lime clab
lislted u millinery stoic, which captur
ed all tin trade, while tin youiiKcr bo
camo ptliiclpal of the schools. They
had money in tlio lunk. and could eat,
j leocieam wheiio-er they wanted to.
i The oilier day a seedy tramp ealled
at tin back door of tlie ladys resi
dence mid usl.ed for a drink and some
thing t eat. The good woniab looked
at hint Intently nml n'eognlred her
husband. And env the really beauti
ful pail of Ibis story comes In. Did
tin ladv kill lite fatted calf for the
prodigal mid bid him wohomo and
forgot the past? .Vol lo any great ex
tent. Sho ealled the family dog. it largo
creature, with a penchant for human
remains, and no uinii over ellmlsd a
tree ipiicker t lift n did the erring hus
band. -Nebraska Stale Journal.
TIiim III Jiliimi,
lit Ktinipe a ttiueler Is compelled to
oerylMidy eoiinoeled with a tinln or n
railway station If ho wauls to protvet
hbn from iiuiioyanco. lie has to fee
iho btiKgaKoiuoii, tho pollers, iho con
ductors, the gtiaitls mid all liatiiW. ami
Iho treatment be receives is governed
liv his geneioslty. In Japan yon mo
oxiioelud lo islvo a ivimy to Iho por
tor who carries your ItiKgugo from Ihe
jlnrlklshn to tho Imggagu room, for
Unit' Is Ids "pidgin,'' and ho lecohes
uo juiv ft "in tho ra 1 1 mad but If you
offeiod a fee of any amount to uuy
I olio else ho would bo grossly Insulted.
yln' so harrti, mi The Mime Htiue or policemen. .s mi
jlllnstniUon, 1 emolessly loft a note
folno bav! Yo'll !bjoU ofi ilicfcoat of a ear In which I
av yor profaullv had travoli'd from Tolclo to Yokohama,
! The Mime U Jiuc of policemen. As an
and did nol.illrcoior my loss itnill the
train had lofl ihe next station. I wont
to limitation, ujaijlor. who liuinedoile
ly sldtt'a toli'KiantPi the man In charge
of Um tvaln, and I found my iintobqnk
a unit I ng un when I leiurneil to tin
liolnl at Toklo llml ovenlug. After-
vwmd I olTeU'd, to pay the station map
lor nml the telegraph operator for
their trouble. They made xnry polite
, bows and assured mo that they felt
greatly honored by having an opportu
nity lo do tint a service, but declined
' to accept hionuy.- C'oriespomleiioo of
the f'hlcago hpo.mii.
Tint I'rlocj of Willi' mill Ills 1'i-ln,
Concerning the specimens ol' wild
animals which the prince of Wales ban
i been presenilis to tho Comnwoll Head
, Museum. It may bu liiloiestlng to state
that, Jtlfl royal iilghuesN observes a
I very wholes.ine ruo In tlirso nintlois.
. Maiiy of ;ho iIqiiiohUc pets whleli on
denred llipniM'lviji by long years of as
Kielutlnn to Um Trliice and JTIiup.'h
, aro eaj'ofully stulTi'd ImiiietltatoJy nf
, lor doalh. apd llud a permanent place
. In it coiiidopor iipaitpieut of tho roy-
al lofideiico. In this .,yny1 thero Is not
a solitary zoolpglcitl speijliuon either
' at SaudrliiKhmii or In MarllMiroiiKh
i I(uim vlilcli does not isissess sonm
renilnlseelit uluo In the eyes of Its
f ,nVnor. .Molhlitg wIioho lulorest Is
si Hotly schulllle is sent to an appro.
prla (o public (olloi'tlmi, aird In this
way the ITIucn of 'ajos Imp, lu iho
(,01'rso or n long eaivor, iiec(pie it very
t ifiusideniblft dRtinr to Uio great- fiH--
tloi.iu rauseuin. ran .mum tiazette -
TIIK JUN LN .1AIWN.
PRIZC FIGHTING THEnC A DAN-
t'lin Oiiltciimiit) Soltiiirn of Cimipirrlits
liy Srfiinlinc lo VlnM liiilinlt. 41rli.,
1'rliil.. TliriiiTi, mill ItroUioi lluui'i
.lliitilrt ii f Mori.
T linn been well
pointed out, In Uif
radio Ileum's do
llKlttftil hook, "Out
of the. V.mI," Mint
Jupaa has adopted
nolhliiK for nie-ely
Imitntlvu re.it ons.
Thin country ban,
ever since Us earli
est connection with
Tun otitor world
a commotion which begun with the
Bhlpwrcck of l'lnto In l.f2- appimoil
nml tnken only that wlilcli Was calcu
lateil o Itirre.iso Its 8treiti;th, wilte
John A. Cockroll roni Tok.o. Silently,
but surely, Japan lint) been profllliiK b
the Intellectual advanco iitul vlRor of
foreign lands, until she has learned all
tlirlr seercts, nml, ilnsplto her sh.e and
cotnpnratle weakness, beconie cery
whit their npinl. And all this. I.afeu
dlo Hem n claims, Is uotliliiK but a most
mnrvrlloiiH nntlomil Jiujttlsu; n sysottn
of liitcllertual f,elf-ilefenei; that bus not
IIh equal In any other bind, ns the real
Jlujutsti Is Inconiptirahly superior (o
nuy other Htiowu ayrttein of iiliyclcal
Hut what Is Jbijntsti? Outside of a
few essays In tlto Trar.s:utlon of the
Aslutlo Society of Japan -where an
claborato description may ho found
wljeh s vexatious bee.ittsii of lis want
of lucidity to any but nn initiate -and
nno or two nrticlci In the Japan M:ill
Unit ileal with thn history rather than
with thn practical aspects of the art.
thcro Is no literature on tlio subject ui
rcfslblo to rorolKii'ers. And jet Ui rt
Ib iiniticfltlonably onn of profound In
terest, for by a thorough eoinpiehen
slon of Ha rules n man of KWitlJ In
ferior physhpto nviy Hiiecrssfully copo
with an opponent iiesscthtil of much
strength, slzo and combative skill.
Tlio whole leiiehlnK of Jltijutsu Is
tuintned up in the two bleagiaphs com
potiliiR the name; It Is tlio "nrt of eou
aucrlnK by yielding" or "literally the
"Kontlo art." In to far iiti It la mm:ii-
UICSUSCITATION OK AN I'NCON-
Uarly adapted to those of Icda powerful
physiques and hence snppo.-iitlUously
"gentle," the name Is not a misnomer:
hut In reality Jlujutsti teacher how to
encompass tlie complete overthrow of
an enemy, Including the quickest and
surest modes of killing with the naked
hands. It Is thus nno of tho deadliest
of all methods of self-defence.
Some dayn ngo It was my good for
tune to moot a foreign gentleman In
Tokyo who after long years of practice
hns grown to bo an ndept In this dini
eult and most valuable urt. I um In
debted to lilui for an Interesting e.
pluntation of Jtujut.su. Tin; ordinary
course Is one of thrro years, hut ho who
wlshca to learn tho nrt thoroughly
must glvo rovpii or oven more joors to
Its constant practice. For Jltijutsu Is
not one ot tliriRo tlilngj Hint, onco
learned, Is not roddlly forgotten; a
nitre acquaintance with Its Intricate
lilies, Its throws and counters, ltn at
tacks and foils, Is by no meanc Mifil
rlent, althouxh finch knowledge Is not
without value. WhnL Is required l.i
ii8tnnt practice, whereby tho iimsclei
aro hardened, tho eye grows quick and
keen and each nerve, every hircfnake3
Instant response to the will.
A certain degrco of facility nml rklll
acquired, and tho posrcbsor U butter
armed than If ho. carrlod weapons, for
In the. case of a trained Jlujutsii-!:a the
bunds aro evor ready to bo used with
Instantly fatal skill. A lltho body, a
quick eyo and a keen perception of
what an opponent Is thinking of or In
tends to do like Homo masters of fenc
ing, who seem to dlvljio by Intuition
what will bo tho next Uinut, whether
In tlorcn, quart or what not--theho aro
Indlopensablo ndJttnctH In the acqnlfll
tlon of this art, which, perhaps, more
than any other athlotlo oxrrek,e. brings
every muscle Into play, and strengthens
tho entire frame.
To tho onlooker n group of youths en-'
gngrd In Jlujutsu contest Is surprising
In many wnya. Hacli combatant Jr
ilressoil In a thlrJc wadded cotton coat,
with short, broad alcoves. Tho coat
reaclien half way down to tho knees,
and Is firmly kept In placo by a stout
glrdln of cotton cloth, both tills and tho
coat being of exceptionally atrong
mnke. Iloforo beginning i bout tho
:ontptants prostrate themsphes and
touch tho mntH-rfor mstn of i-pecbtl
thickness and ninko. are. ltbcd In JIu
nt8ti;TwJtli tholr forolipadB. Taking
firm hold of each rjther'n glidln wltlftlio
right limitl rind uppci' part of the cent
with tho left, tho Btruggfo beglntt. Pnic
llcally speaking, Jltijutsu scojiik to for
eign e;es to bo a (combination of
nracco-Rnmnn and cateli-as-catch-enn,
but with scores of other grips, felntu
ind thrown, which would bo considered
ton) In foreign lauds. Tho contestant
Iry, In a hundred wn) b, to gain the mas
tery, which conslnts not merely lu
throwing ouo'h opponent, hut, once
thrown, In pinning him to tho ground
nd ke,ej)pg lilm-hors do combat until
ae Bues.forfhercy. .
In thn regular schools of Jlujutau tUc
UBquUbfd ,rnB'kfCPc,uri struggllnK to
'Ue iiBiii oi enuurauce, tor u ni pow-
tbe limit VI endurauce, for If hit pow
crs of reelHtance aro renter than ttio-io
of his more skilful .adversary he may
yet flttiKKer to his feet and IiorIii the j
bout nnew. Hhouhl ho aeknowletlRO
hlmyelt completely worsted he has only
to Konlly pat tlio back or shoulder of
bin victor, whereupon the vle-llko grip
Is at once relaxed and the fallen lighter
assisted to bin feet. JltiJutKU thus iitnui
at rendering an adversary completely
harmless, and this Is done by scores of
slr.ingo tricks anil Hlclglits which de
mand years of study In order to bo
thoroughly comprehended. The art In
cludes strangling, hitting at tlio most
Miluernhlo places of the body, kicking
-Indeed everything that huniaii In
genuity can Invent. Vet to each at
tack, to every sleight, there Is a perfect
counter, and what Is still mnro rumoik
nblo and of high practical Importance U
that thosn who Itnvo lost consciousness
In consequence of n blow, kick, strang
ling, etc, tuny, so long ns no vital In
jury bus been Inflicted, ho promptly re
btorcd to tholr sousos by method:!
LAST MOVHMKNT IN IIBSUSCITA
TION. known only to Initiates of the highest
And Just hero Mr. Ileum's Hiimmnry
ot the art Is really very good. "Jltt-
Jutmi," he writes, "Is not an nrt of dis
play at all; It Is not n training of that
sort of skill exhibited to public mull
neesj It In (Jn art of self-defence lu Uio
most exact sensfr of the term; It lb an
art of war. Tho master of that art Is
able, In ono moment, to put an un
trained antagonist completely hors do
combat, lly soma terrible legerdemain
ho suddenly dislocates a shoulder, un
hinges a Joint, liutHtB a tendon, or suaps
a bono without uny apparent effort,
lie la much more than un athlete; ho U
an anatomist. And ho knows also
touches that kill-as by lighting. Hut
this fatal knowledge ho Is under oath
never to commtinlcato except under
such conditions an would render Its
abuse almost Impossible. Tradition ex
acts that It bo given only lo men of per
fect i:elf-command and of unimpeacha
ble moral character."
Vulkrl tit Winter llrri.
Yalkrlu ll. will remain at her berth
In Uric basin until the opening ot next
season. In u recent Interview, II,
Maltland Kcrsoy, Lord Dunraven'a rep
resentative, said: "Thero has been so
much talk ot a surlcn ot races belni;
arranged between tho Valkyrie and tho
Defender thfit Lord Dunraven dually
(leeldrd to lcavo tho yacht here during
tho winter so tliut sho would be ready
In case any stick races should be de
cided upon. She might nlso be, psoil as
a 'trial hon'o' tor the Distant Shore, Mr.
Rose's challenger, next year, which
would glvo-'thnt lioat an advnntago
which the Valkyrlo did not possess,
nnd which would huvo been of great
benefit to her If sho could, huve hod It."
A I'sinrri! )ur Sluivr.
t I . '
Mmp. CnsHlno, "the Australian Night
ingale," who Is appearing this ecasoti
with tho Abbey-Gran Opej-a Company,
long enjoyed the distinction ot holng u
fniorlto at tho court of Einporor Franz,
Joseph hi Austria. Tho cniperorin sold
to havo lavished glftu upon her to Utp
extent of $100,000. Sho h a Jewess.
-' I ' "M I
Kd ward Ayvp. a prominent trotting'
liorso breeder, was stricken with p.ur
alysls at his homo (n Lrixlnglop, Ky
igccntly. Ho bred llrnuttta, thin sou
son's sentsa.t)ona traveler.
i'eggy Wp0'hi a brood marc, died re
cently tt the form of her owntr, James'
1. Mulllgun, ppar U-xington', ICy, Slq
hntl foaled a number of gooif horses and
was highly prized.
Frederick Tribe, n horse owner and
trainer, was killed by an electric car at
Paterson, N. J., last week. He was well
knowi) in ihcIbk circles and leaves three
none who hve, been, Jocw);s, but ara
i bow irmiiern., Y $? ,. f
i -V i yl
. N. . .... .,, ...... r41-,uv?i
of Votir Toilet. '3'
"l stioiiiii uko to can n liftii," sam
woman, "on tho lack of thought Rnt i
care tant most women put upon tnen-
pergonal appearanre. Now, I know'"'";
very well that the average woman pay !i
a great ileal otwittentlon to Bitch thlngi, ,J
uuw iiiu UUUUIt! IH lllill WHUb IHiunww
6h (Ioch pay )h of Uio wrong Rort; It'S
""v'i iuniMU iiiiiifsn Vnw w - -
vital consequence, If not abnolutelyp,
wrong. Sho's like the tnnii who hailSf
n great deal of taste only It was alt 21
bad. Tho average woman that one HeeiiiSi
lino 11 the utrenln. In Mm khnn faTnilUJ
aboard thn ntroot cars Is llrst nnd lare-n
most rarely dalntj a criminal act vfr
Where It vninnn lu rnnnrrnml. Dnltltl W.i
ness, however, does not Imply costlj
hocks, loves ot tints ami lorn oi iHrei-'C.
and Jewelry. It doesn't oven Include'.; .
although It Is undoubtedly enhanced
by tho severity and simplicity that nrn.
so ndmlrable In a tallor-mado conttuno.
but which, as every woman knows, coat ,i
ItlfS. AI.nlt.lll.luM t .!. I.mmI.. H...1 lt
mu uri, iiiiiik, ii uuca uui'ijr uuu in- v.
clitdo, however, absolute clcnnllnosn
from top to too, absolute neatness anil
an unswerving regard for tho eternal
Illness of things. No matter how plnlu
or oven poor tho attlro may bo from
necessity, so far as cholco goes, It may
always keep clear ot pendant sklrtK
brnlds, frayed edges, run down boot
heels nnd spot und noil. Jnut look at '
the army of working women that tho
elevated trains bear down town dnllyj
Typewriters, stenographers, clerks or
whatover they ho, they aro, an a vale,
tricked out In finery, Instead ot the
sober. so-.Klblo garni cuts silltdblo for
business wear. It's fluffy whtto vcll
and feather boas and flower nnd feaUi
cr-ladon hats. Tho very sumo girl, too
whoso hat Is heavy with tho biggest
nnd brightest of io?cs; whoso once
white kid gloves are the grimiest, and
who flourishes a eoarse-cinbroldored
hnndkerchlof redolent of chenp perfume
Is also sure to bo the glti whoso shoe
buttons nr conspicuous for their uV
senco, whose collar is soiled, nnd whose
dress skirt nnd idilrt waist aro IosIbr
tlirlr connections. If that saino girl,
however, would take a tltbo of tho mon- .
cy and cato that Bho wastes upon her '
roses, her"lacc3 nnd her perfumery anil,
put It upon repairing, cleaning, and. ".
nbovo all, seeing to It that her garments
nro suitable for tho occasion on which,
thoy are worn, tho gain would bo Ini- "
measurable. Therefore I say that it
would bo hotter for most women If they
gave moio core nnd attention to their
USED A LAUDER TO GET IN BED.
Ununrkiililit l'.im'Iucn at n A lor rlciM ' , V
TtiurUt In Irrlitnil. T
1 An American who Intoly visited Iro- ' .
land writes: In the hotel nt Dublin wan
a bed ho large and so high that It
Bconicd a tableland of matt reus ovcr-v
shallowed by a cliff of headboards. It'f .
seemed pieposleroua that any one,
should monopolizo n bed nf such slaft ,'
ii nil ut trill tit in u-ni-ni It. Ilv nrnripr rll.
vision It would havo sunnlled a family. )
Itrfi ai It- t'ttnn lmn in ltn Vi n - "'
tlon was not how to get "Into" bed, but
how to ot "on" the bed. Tho top mat
trcsa was almost chin nigh, nnd it
soemed that to reach It thero would
havo to bo a hard climb or a despefnto
lenp. While the problom of retiring
was under consideration a dark object,
wns seen in one dim corner of the' vasty
bedroom, which was impqrfoctly light- ,
cd by a solitary candle. Thin, object :
proved to bo a raovftblo Htalrway.
mounted on rollers. When it was
pushod against tho behemoth bod the
problem, of how to rctiro was Immedi
ately solved. One had only to ascend
the stairs and then fnlt off Into tho em-"
bracing depth of this most remarkable
('nimir'ii Htattia Cliango Colon
Chicago Tribune: If Augustus Caesar
could como to llfo and sco his stutue as
It now looks, down In front ot tho art
institute, that warrior surely would
"drop dead again." It nnd that of
Hermes arc painted a bright orange. i
Tho two statues, together With tho
larger ono of Flora, have stood in a
niche over tho entranco almost slmM
tho lirtH opening of the art Institute.
Uut it is safo lo say that not liulf ot
tho people who entered tho doors over
guvo them a thought and scarcely, u
Blanco until jestcrdny. .
She, too, h'tood out In bold relief
against the smoky background Af U19'
building yellower than any of tho fall
eroi) of numuklns. t'eonle who went
hurrylnfflirollinhi stTeet' sloppod the "
iifltnnt'4hey beheld thum. v .,
;'Tnlk about Impressionism." Bald a .
mnn who a"pparciitly .lnew sofnothlng
of art, ''not tho moU rabid piece of
work In Kiiropo could comparo with v
that." ..,;, I -
Tliose In.-ddo, who undoriitood Uigt
tho bright yellow was only a prlralnj?-'5'
preparatory to a coat, of bro;z(V;'pn .
Joyed the Joke Immensely. Uko. Urn
boy with the trick on All Foo: Day,
they fitood bc)ilnd tho glass dodrs tuiij
waited to ceo tho, effect on every now;
To llrlir lleirliml I.imlk.
Many' n poor Victim 'of dyed hair V ,,.
ivouid be happy Jo. know how to bring-
,back ,lho natural color after having j
"been ri rirtiflclal blonde or brunette, '
li-- Mnrln'irlvfrt term too followinc- i-v. -h
colpt,- tho Ingredients mixed hi equal '' l
uarts: ' " '- ' il
Alcohol ot roses,'" fp
k Tlucture of canthacMea. VMvR rffi
TipiieorurpncaJosionTravcMer , y;
1 1. 1 . 1 ii . -m ' "i . JTi
"well," naiu tno .rventuuKy cam-, w
palgnor, "I have lft4 absolutely nothr-H
ipCAinqono to wjnjrienu ior our cu.-
IJiavo considered bo persona) sacrJie,
oo great. 1 Hnvrireau;u every ooay iwj
the counjrj'f t oyen'dralik WAter'i
1 na proniuumufBi f ywrur-rA
go n ta MiTight ihih.'-i
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