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About The Red Cloud chief. (Red Cloud, Webster Co., Neb.) 1873-1923 | View Entire Issue (May 2, 1912)
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First Saleslady "Are you goln' te
marry that gentleman that conies hero
very day?" Second Ditto "Nope.
I'd rather have a job without a ksav
band than a husband without a job."
"Did you stake up the list of the 20
greatest women that the editor asked
you to prepare?" "Not on your life I
But I've told at least a hundred wom
en that they were sure of a place oa
Body and Mind.
A UOtiml mind In n annn,t fcut... -
tho former bo tho glory of the latter,.
uiu iiuiur ih indispensable lo tho for
mer. Tryon EdwnrdB.
(CopTtlslii. ton. far AuocUtcil Lluftrr Phii)
"Whnt'a tho matter, sir?" queried
tho old "trusty" who wnH sweeping
out tho warden's prlvato olllco.
Ho asked tho question of n young
ninn who htul coino In from tho cor
ridor. Tho hitter, llko tho trusty,
woro a gray shirt gray In Mento
prison hi tho budgo of good behavior
though of slightly different cut.
He wan a pcrHonublo chap, lltho, vig
orous and orect, on this hIiIo of thirty.
Now ho breathed heavily, ns If from
recent exertion, his hair was rumpled,
and from a cut beneath his right cyo
blood was llowlng.
"The deputy warden hit mo and l
fell niralnHt the corner of tho window
ledge," ho panted.
Neither noticed n young girl who
had coino to tho door of tho public
office, and had heard the young man's
Now her little hands wero
clenched; her expressive fnco woro a
mingled look of pity and Indigna
tion. Sho ciuno swiftly into tho room.
"Pardon mo, but did I hear you say
tho deputy warden struck you?"
"Yes, ma'am," answered tho young
man, ns ho applied a handkerchief to
"And they say this Is a model pris
on!" was her spirited comment.
"I'd llko your nnmo and number
plcaso, nnd a full description of the
deputy's attack upon you."
"Why, ma'am?" queried tho young
"I am my mother's prlvato secre
tary. She Is MrH. Campbell llunnor
man, chairman of tho prison com
niltteo of tho State Federation of
Tho young man's quiet humility
changed to lively concern. "You
mustn't, you know I" ho cried. "That
wouldn't do at nil. Pleaso don't men
tion a word of what I told youl"
"Why?" quorled tho girl.
"Oh, becauso I" began tho young
man, nnd checked himself. Ho be
came tho model prisoner again. "It-
might be better for me, ma'nm," bo
"I understand. They would seok to
revenge themselves if they knew you
told, llut I want you to promise
ono thing, pleaso."
"I'll promise you nny thing! "assured
tho young man.
"It's only this," she replied .hastily,
confused n bit by the look in his eyes.
"If they Ill-treat you again, write me
at Eyredale Ethel Ilannerman."
Sho opened her bag, fumbled In n
tiny pocketbook and produced a ell
"It's nil tho money I hnvo here,"
timidly. "Mamma hns enough for
both of us. Pleaso take It."
With a sudden Impulse sho offered
her hand. He took it, gently, his
warm pnlm met her own. She smiled
faintly In farewell, but there wero
tenrs In her eyes.
"It was all wrong to deceive 1er
that way," said tho young man, to his
own reflection In the mirror, when
sho had gone. "Hut I couldn't let her
go and forget me. I had to get her
Interested. Now, I wonder If she'll
forgive me when she finds out?"
"She's n good little girl, and a
mighty sweet ono, too. Why, sho
wanted to cry ovor my troubles." Ho
paused for n moment, In glowing,
boylfih awe. "By Jove, I must seo her
again. Now to waylay Mrs. Banner
man." He plunged into the making
of a speedy toilet.
Two hours later tho visit of tho
officers and prominent commlttco
members of tho state federation was
over. Tho president, Mrs. Lucretln
Lorno Hammond, rode back to tho
city In the same automobile with
Mrs. Bannerman and her daughter.
"A visit to a prison Is a saddening
experience," remarked Mrs. Ham
mond, with, the enunciation of tho
public speaker; "so many hopeless
faces, so many broken hearts,
"I noticed ono queer thing In thero
and It's supposed to bo a model
institution. I met a young prisoner in
tho corridor with a bad cut on his
face. He looked as if he'd.beon fight
ing. Do you suppose they still havo
corporal punishment hero In spite of
Ethol Bannerman leaned, forward
with eager, wide open eyes, her
lips parted. Mrs. Bannerman smiled.
"Was ho a tall young man with a
"I believe ho was," replied Mrs.
"I couldn't tell about his eyes; I
suppose he might be called hand-
some," admitted Mrs. Hammond, aus
"That isn't a prisoner. That's Ger
ald Primrose, a member of the prison
board. He's here because there's a
meeting of the board today. The gov
ernor appointed him because he's
wealthy and can give his time and
thought to prison problems. Warden
Stone speaks very highly of him." '
"He seems rather peculiar," com
mented Mrs. Hammond. "I think I
saw him again, Just as we were leav
ing. He had changed to bis ordinary
attire. He' was holding a sliver dollar
in bis band, and looking at it like a
miser. Why, he acted as though ho
wanted to eat It!"
"Ethel, you look as happy aa a
bride," she observed presently.
"I am happy," Ethel replied, with a
sjgh of content "And this has been
a deligbtul day!"
"Now, caddy," said tho clcrgymnf,
about to start off with his golf gnmaj
"I'm very particular when on the
links, nnd 1 don't want you to opes,
your mouth during tho game." "Theti
I takes It, sir," replied tho boy, "thaj!
you Intends doln' your own owenrin.
sir!" Yonkors Statesman.
What 8he Couldn't Understand.
A charity export was talking about
charity. "It's altogether erroneous;,
tho prevalent Idea of tho rich man's;
callous, stupid attltudo In tho fnco of:
poverty and suffering. That prova--lent
Idea Ih Illustrated well in tho.
story of Mrs. Gotma Uoldo, to whom a.
charity wtirkor said: 'Thousands, of
poor peoplo freeze to death every win
ter.' 'Dear mo!' MrH. dobsa Ooldo re--piled,
'why don't they go to Coil-,
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