Omaha daily bee. (Omaha [Neb.]) 187?-1922, February 09, 1913, THE Semi-MONTHLY MAGAZINE SECTION, Page 12, Image 46

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Drops culxMn a cup of hot water
and try it at our expense.
' - W.itt im!!p ronmlted his vwiteh listen
',it musty and emitted a I11II14 whistle.
In we must In1 oil'.''
Instantly, there was a rattle of ol-
l" ' HillM.
' ..thtnj; of tlio soft."
"We HOIl 'I K!Nlit it."
'We're uniiitf keep y'" '"nr 'nP n'"'
ti-riit.Mii. ' '
I say. you must liavo your revenue. "
U;ittiMllt nmintiiincd his tosit.iiiti
until tin' liat.s ami canes were delivered,
hkI then siitl'eretl himself to lie con
" Uully,
rewn eil ! '
yars, ami
Toner of
Dept. 257
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iik titbit Wluic it KtticU' art n Ic ucH with
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witlilmrillvntn elTort Wuliest I'ltllsh with
least effort, l'ree from clieimcalu best n.r
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Or. 15c. in tutiti Tor full sist-d box,
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The Klcctro Silicon t o.. SO C'linst. N.Y.
Sold by Grocers und
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ll'efaci Hamilton Coufons.
. m
we hiie the eorner window
' said Liiiriieer joyfully. "Cl
ue 'II each hae a nice Iinijj
s in this thine;" said Stukey,
as a
"My friend. Mr. llortoti, if you'd
like tii areiiminniliitc Intii." said l,iiiiieer
to Wuttiville. "Mr. Wattmlle and Mr.
Stukey are ilntiyeis, llortou, that we're
tryinij to iiccoiumodate in a modest
Stukey. feeling the constantly grow
ill; pressure liehiinl him, continued to
take fair his hat and put it on niain in
the tit must perplexity, oldivioiis of e
erythin;; else.
"Vou have the liesl of us," he heard
Harridan say. " Five days out of six,
everything is nigger iliiwn from two till
"What's t lint 1 cried lNiadirk.
our revenue," stiid
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Write toditj for free Illustrated book and ulu
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"That 's an
"MfJKlT up
ojiera singer.
who tleliered each wortl tinj;erly
schniilboy passes a tea cup.
"What isn't?" said Harridan reas
suringly. Wattiville immediately proiosed mi
ni her, in order scient ilically to analy7.e
it. Stukey ditl not like the tenor notes
which accompanied the demand, and
scanned his sporting partner with a lit
tle rising concern, forgetful of his per
innal fortunes, lie repeated to himself
-iiileinnly :
"Hat up, hat down. 'Phut 's it I 've
got it."
Then, at the thought of the dusky bat
talion assembling back of them, on Mad
Mm aenue, and the iimaeineut of the
kitchens and the attics, lit; burst into a
itileiit fit of coughing.
"Another Tower of Habel," said l,u
iiueer instant lv.
"And now for
Wuttiville. "lTp
Heads or tails?
choice. You take
I you; Mgger Down lor us.
"One hell-hop for us going up with a
bunch of flowers," said Luqueer's meth
odical voice.
"Watch the other sidewalk, Stukey,"
aid Wuttiville. "Ha, what was that'"
"A 'libel) or a Dago."
' 'Correct. ' '
"Nigger up on the delivery wagon,"
said Harrigau, marking it down.
"I say, Stukey, get busy there," said
Wuttiville in a changed, excited tone.
"See something! "
TD I'T Stukey was too overcome by :i
sudden horrible thought to answer,
lie repeatetl to himself:
"Hat up. hat down; that's it, that's
right." He felt of his head and en
iiiuntered his hat and said solemnly,
"hat up." The next moment he re
moed it and gazing solemnly at it in
his lap saitl with etpial conviction, "hat
down." Then he replaced it, tried des
perately to puzzle out a problem that
; hail two such perfectly satisfactory so
lutions. "Nigger up," said Lutpieer joyfully,
"a mammy and two pienninnics on the
other side."
"Five for us," said llnrrigan. "I
say, what are we playing fori A dollar
a coon"
"Make it two," said Wuttiville joy
fully. "Two it is," said Harrigau, nodding
ill around.
"We're out for blood," said Watti
tille, oblivions to the signs of distress
stukey was desperately striving to semi
lum. '" Bring on your friends, we'll take
others on all on! "
Mr. Flint and Mr. Fosdick, two gen
tlemen with business like cordiality, im
mediately insinuated themselves as to
the party, which was presently aug
mented by a military Kiiglishmaii and a
languid bony youth, who rather osten
tatiously ran through his fingers a roll
i of yellow -backed bills.
I "At last! Nigger down," cried Wat-
I tiville. "Stukey, my boy, we're off."
"Nigger up." said the Englishman
in the back. "Two of the beggars on
I the box."
' "Nigger down, chauffeur back of the
! 'bus." said Wuttiville.
"Hold up! "
"Wait a minute."
' ' Nigger down it is. "
"And two just getting off the 'bus."
"Four, uigger down; six. nigger up."
Nigger down."
Suddenly Stukey found the right con
junction of ideas and hastily snatched
oil' his hat. lie glanced at the clock.
It was (he minutes befoie thiee. The
next nionii'ul he dimly perceived the
shining ebony fuce of Mr. .lackson, peel
ing caiefully into the window.
".lust in time," he said to himself
with a gulp of ii'lief, "shave - close
shave. ' '
Meanwhile, the count went on briskl.t.
' ' Nigger up. ' '
"Nigger down, a couple of bruisets,
too! "
"Ten nigger tips, ten nigger downs."
"I low about an Octoroon?"
" Not black enough."
"Theie's one."
"Here's a couple more."
The clock rang three and Stukey, re
lieved of all responsibility, burst into a
roar of coughing.
"In fie minutes," he saitl to him
self, wiping the tears from his eyes, "in
lic minutes, they'll come, humlicds of
them, thousands of them, anil all black.
Itig ones and little ones, thin ones ami
fat ones, thousands nnd thousands of
them, marching rigid DOWN the ave
nue, the greatest, grandest, gloriouscst
hoax ever pulled oil'. Then, he added
magnanimously: "I'll tell 'em, tell 'em
all, be generous be noble."
All at once, in the avenue outside was
a sudden stir anil a craning of necks.
Suddenly, above the hum and rattle of
traflic burst the glorious strains.
"Oh, the black four hundred
Jre comiiiji up the xtrrrt . . . "
The next moment, the group about
him was shouting like mad, throwing up
their hats, shouting like bookmakers.
cheering like frenzied baseball fans, cry
"Ten, fifteen, twenty."
"Foity-two, foity-si., fifty."
" Hundreds of 'em."
"Come on with the smoke."
" Keep a comin'. "
" Hurray! "
" Hurrah! "
"llurroo!" i
Anil suddenly, struggling to tho front
of the window through the crowd that
had pressed beyond him, Stukey saw the
avenue choked with the ranks of the
Dixie Grenadiers Club, marching glori
onsly HI' the street !
TJALF an hour later, as Stukey clung
to the indignant Wuttiville in the
taxi that the sympathetic Uratinigan sent
whirling up town, he said in a feeble
bruised voice:
"I don't understand how'd it all
happen f"
"Signal twisted," said Wattiville.
plunged in gloom. "Well, 1 compro
tniseil for a thousand."
"Hut 1 had my hat down," said
Stukey, a little doubtfully, "on my
honor, I had my hat down."
"Of course you did so did 1," said
Wattiville with Napoleonic gloom; "but
wo were only two, and there were a bd
lion standing around us and every one
had his hat on Hence! "
"How did you get out of it so
cheaply" said Stukey faintly.
"Wo declared bankruptcy at a thou
sand," saitl Wattiville; "had to do it
why, boy, do you realize I paid those
black myrmidons fifty down, and ten
dollars every extra time they got around
the block. They'll march around there
cheering and singing until the fire tic
pnrtmcut is called out!"
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