The Bryan Daily Eagle and Pilot (Bryan, Tex.), Vol. 17, No. 178, Ed. 1 Monday, July 1, 1912 Page: 3 of 6
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. .. ' I I 'I An unusual r.locn.Trol.in ..
(Copyrfrht WK. -hy Asm-ttteil Lit-
limnijr U: t Bh on
be h3dlJs'y Ovorljrew
Jiearerl the statue that sood in the
renter I -Iv -... ... ..
Irooplns near Its base ntittior moved
'ior made sound.
I A fog-hung damp midnight was
not the time for either man or beast
o be gracing the loot of a statue
Mid Trevor approached the -person
he out(S(HifeMuHw!g h i
n the dim light be could discern
ffotumic save a huddled mass. He
jouched the human wreckage gently
Aim ma walking stick. . -
i . . .
"om.me darkness and shadows
he ghostly outline of a white tragic
ace appeared like a mirage io the
fwen. - 'r.i.ii.1 T-rnht hl in-mut
An unusual. pleasurable sensation
swept over Trevor. After the halt-
ing words bad left his Hps he realised
"ilty of tendering -orvlee.
The fMjook- u; tl""ou''l tn
.1...... 4 . '.''
j-ihs:. r - ;8 'i. .
Ivor's fa I v i s u - r
I ce travOdL.-.i t
the first time she seemed to reali
V- rut K..-J J".?
while she absorbed the meaning con
veyed in his words a new . radiance
Sung out from her personality. Tre-
vor waited. ' . ' :-'
"Oh If you only would!". sb half
uirmmai. u would x-Ha me ftn
."'."' '' Ta.The ur;:c
' - 1 f ' racite r?
-t I t j has fc- t
a jr.". -J (' t 'j la moat of i t
towrx r.it tra to he i--
where. They iave overru f -lara
and outbuildlnes in tim trim
Warrior Run and Sntrar WAfh . i"
the mines are working the rats wh:
great ilze make their Lome '
-ground workings. The t:'
piU of them and feed ti
.. i!a. .
"vert X miner is superafltiot
to I Mcve that if the rata r
ana half recoiled. The face
Ft of a woman. drwn ami
"What Is it?" he asked gently.
its-'iH..M.fler nmw aa-if .ta-bruMh
to that semi-conscious not
ation had not Trevor nr-
8nd In thej.nd1 will winj. 1 know I
I Mill winrirrrtrftinriH
ment of grey Mie4&riil aJdJloM
facing Trevor her figure 'altar -and
wralthUke la the glimmer of the arc
light. ' ' vY ;-
Trevor caught at hla breath. The
RlU had " SHlJUUll Ulir 'BnKers Into hla
and the pressure was
iptiifs' lhfterf woutl
be masterful. Every tace of tragedy
had vanished from bed voice leavlna-
Witt -aKe a'TfalToT untold denths.
xrevor dragged his thoughta from
of so compel-! It
""" fl ljler.)ra v-- lr - r 'nnnlnt" .
ii iui m lueir
are Herbert C. Hen
e the ( i uVxntl b!oAjiTTti. ir io'Aniii ...i..
posts in various foreign countries. In th rmnt mw fi.rth .15
vfi and student In
r. iyiier or me consular burea. and Wilbur r rw hi J . "
mlv tin d n :.iri. 5nwot v.it ' T l"n aemce.
i J' . "fny'ehadpw.TVNTien
"UD BiiuKtr ine low pitched aligursh
in her vefceffcrtpiiedCBt" frrrofb
1 SXOr"! 1 Mtoo-eM
; fuwe iaiiioiUliluBnlft Uxkl he
;. "War'k' 'manfljed to
W Ino tlat sorrowftir We'Hhat
- ueiuuiwi eB B8 I THSBIene'irCTJ'a.
1 4 a. .
"" nri mi evtn my faith
In death a j jBease glrr has gone.
-"H-i:ve not-the power: w-take
isDon'tr- Trewyf stonnedl hhp v
ruptly shrinking frbta the word that
fcni Xmet?tooUTag delale
huddled pias jpMi cwas j th. habita-
tion or a woman's soul brohon
StertF frotideifn'der -'by the 'hoofs i
01 aesiiny. scf fio.in
Hn... l .
mil ny urevor wn iMri.
' " -i.- - -. - - w
city upon whom I would have
everydW toYmj artf"V'fhe gl
snflt" in" ma
breathlesa; the great tsniperametf of
gehius hadr 1 responded :iileKlr' to" a.
new inspiration. "In a yearV iitne1 I
will no 'doubt be 4 posfQpti: re-'
Trevor. -Btnnrid hr vIik
law. - "
we whi not Ulfc.ef repajrint; f anr
thing. The money Ik nothtot: to me
eometimea I am ahained of having
m much."r He laughed trifle un-
steadily. He turned ahmnftv imf tev
and stoodnear watebfeg with eager
cyeHKhiiwfar'madg-rnrtliB tiji'fk tor
conscious of volrine hi thoughts) iaf
if ue nerewrt'Wl Bp;ain the hti-j
Suan reckoning has sent her adriftj' J
Jfhen her voice cqptlnued its low nnrt-
mq iiui jeur 1 wive riven hram
It 'into tier- Kan "It there
should be 'the" Wlgntest .difficulty kt
the- tkiwt.r.1 ni.i(t toi& h.
OrrIMtee f Reekefefiar frMtituie Be-.
i? Hevef Hie Method a Be Apptlsd:
j 1 Jji.um.j Cejnga Easy . .for.-t
. Vynwi.to Learn. .
! New TorJt Df j Samuel F; H.itaiw
at the Rockefeller Institute rfor. Medi-
cal Research' In the
eiperiAenti4 16 aiacdVer a ''-'iraeceasful
method !of .airtIfH:il reapiraOon:; re-
atoreatq m two. animal which be
tad caused ' to be rput to death and
which' wer dead In the common ac
ceptance of the term : 80th recovered
entirely. .-He believea the method to
be 'equally applicable " Xo man ' and
urges that If be .tried in all cases of
death; for' if is quite poBstbl'e he as-
eerts that in ' canes s f deatb' "f rota
liabiid 'only aitr' standiB the test lnf
appucation f-to t haman beinga eodj
tfee flnfll; judgment ; wi ; Jwve t coma
irom the pbylsciana an4 not from tM
experimenter jn the jaboratpry " - j
eipertments were carrfod bn Jwith ' ani-
malr'in wB(ch: Vesrrtratldn Tiad "been
paralysed by meaas'of a polsoa iamed
curare. . . ; ttcoi -utiXo'f:
f"ra John L... ; .-;
is.-A number of J! er
i tsre IV' y
!-.- Dr. : '. J. ... (
Amcti i ambassidor to F
6 r.-i h ed by -f fa
I: ; " fuv 3" at : --
cathfoT"tOWte1Wrfe fhd. wy aCut '"Iheaa 'Ihe' actual cause might M-e -of
aftertboftght fce1 tilt bill witljan b' onl'of . eiemporary nature. ; t; i':' .
tonight.-- t-. : : .
The Irl was ttunblUig and be-
ci?4 n)Pm qrjeech
she bent before be could stop her
and toucfied Wnamf Mglftly with her
taUon 'ia luternatiqnal la kpowp to
aclentisti ps. an - extremely ". conserva-
tive man..;.. Hl' positive statements
.therefore regarding the results'of his
latest discovery" have created' a' stir
in scientific circle! ' "-
lf-VaVmV'WV'c2h';It-to Certatf 15541 Doctor Jfelizer bis
fore Trevoc.cauel'o.reatue that the !'nrBei'a "wthod -f; artificial resplra-
wua. H-uvjq Hore emcient.. than. ne
plder pnes and It ia jexpected that it
MlU..be the means of aavlng countless
Vllves.'"- ; w
lnc(!enl besidjthe fuqitainBLha4rin
looked upon the whole affair
T 1 "
men- of lmagiaauon
9 l.tttuie c;
r.W"NtIonal oondn 1 "Montana
tiJiWl: Louis 'In
1 jr it?
Glacier Natlnnn) nrtr in r vIL .
i aer tiie diirctiun of tJciuWrrsnt 1 3Ti m t 1
presiJent of Great Northern rail' -- ?0urp Lnrthlnj in the
tyr-t chaia of eight new chalet sm. ""' "
OnML ivnrhho fmm ni.nu n i I . . v
tinn h- . mam n orkingrNthere it no dao-
nLto tX? ! ?twhe.. fau.of oof la
"ni i inreatened. and h ve. ti
..Sorae eighteen months Inter- wMi
he was .smoking his pipe; a Vivid iuem.
00 wu BiuuMiig ms pipe a vivid met
very. -f?al end he ufedtAwif. im.
patlent'laugh Va'-Beatrf his
etnirtyhinaaT0' ' "'oca :airOi
Iwaya uref winning tba bla; nrize
.firTf ?.faf' ' ? Mfroice
Auw TivTug'ginyr freely '"of the
wery Dreatb I drew toward the com
iotn ;of uy competition statue
jv as awarded we second prize a
jBnmjng.'gal medal with a red ribbon
Attached tort!" Trevor again flinched
uui vud uuiuio ui ner voice. . '1
ried to crush the golden bauble with
m rocV Juat ''how;1 tat it only mocked
itnerlu therglimmer at the arc light
iua jying it tnto ttiat fountain!;;
Do"l'o''mean Questioned Trevor.
w uuiu uer wurus were not quite
wiewr tnat yoa bave won aorce kind
jf a medal and that you have cared
ao little as to throw it away?"
j "What good did a golden bauble do
me?" she asked; 'with a mockery of
laughter in her voice ."when I have
jitrugglcd for the $3000. prize? What
ood bl the sigh of genius if you have
not the food with which to keep the
body alive What irony to give a
etarvSng sculptor a medal with a red
tlbbon attached!" She laughed dis-
cordantly but there was tragedy un-
derneath it all that could not pass tin-
The door bell ranir and it nmmni
later Trevor wad opening a package
ing Bonfin Whapensonie-
tb!iig:atoiUdve5bjui tlte won-
drouanove e;bi4.y.llj. "Joiiged .for.
TiTJifv PHcJkgevrevealodiga -statuette
it ;jvas..a. first ;wgh ftiodHng of an
afterward Aunoas! art : treasure.
Trevor drew a long happy breath
na gazea at tiie tgure Of a girl la
"ndonrnentlof'. failure!. She was
huJaJJdJJUifce base'of emtatnc' V .
Trevor laughed aloud in the 1ov nf
the' rcvelatfon.' The girl 1 then v was
"J1" V1. hs and was breatb-
eae. 1 1 . . ...
ipruir ie preainea. She Wa
o a-n raitb- but a flesh and blood
woman who had sent him a message
in ner statuette.
no giancea at tne clocV and
jumpoa quiCKiy. to bis feet. With
naste and swift taxi he could be
witn ner inside of an hour.
He lost but a moment in convers
tion with bis Talet. ' -
"Telephone Wlss- Myra Collins at
me Arts ciuo and tell ber that James
irevqr is on. his way."
"Very good sir said Peters. ;
;" And Myra Collins was waiting. "
Ihefiy.'he 'mewoa''eon8iss W-'tne
IntroducOon 'of ; V- catheter 'into ; the
Dbaryox; pulltag -lout the tongue forc-
ing jthe back part; of'; the-T toneue
Bgalnst the soqtiot the mouth by press- f
w:e ippwea i&r cock under the chin
putting welght' on the abdomen to
keep air from being forced tnfn fh
1 etbmach connecticg the catheter with
fa billowa'-'and pnmplng air into the
ittngsT'With very little inutruction the
layman can learn these methods as
readily as tae physician. . .
"The method was studied and found
efficient on four speciea of animals.
But Us real usefulness will be estab-
DUST RESTORES HIS VISION j
Not t. acsul. .vtut' ai'ar.
;J.aa' I."; FauqUv pays a ' h
r - . . .
T 3 ' 1 'in puts t
li -t j '. f earn V
tne late GenerelaVIel of. Mew York
haa lived" ttt Tarts Bince ' his' school
days; forty-fiv .years ago.tAH. aj.
hereg atrti-tly to symbolists' school of
poetry of which he ie the "head and
is-n' of "thd few livlnk 'master' f
Alexandrine. Teree-. . 7 t ru ' '
.The trinity of American llterarv nr..
complishment of the week aboears in
the publication by the famous Bodley
neaa uorary or "Footprints of Fa-
mous Americans in Paris." Mrs.
John Lane wife of the eminent Lon-
don publisher originally a Boston
woman and who maintains the best
tradltlona of the Athens of America!
writes an anecdotal introduction
which goes back to the days of the
patriot. Robert JIorriA who financed
the war of Independence. ; '
pletlqn. ; Mr. .Hill has
chalets to th narfc-
' Thr rnfbed' Btaieif' wwsrtiment.'-ea.'
operating witu ue railway !g putting
mrousa roaaa ana traiia. Guide and
bOTsee aire in; readiness; What was'
onjy ajHaort tioe since aa inaccesibl
wilderness a gigantic region . cover
ture -When the collieries' won .nut
Iown. : and the':; tnlnera nn ; '
brought Jhelr; dinner palla !nt; the
workings the rodents were left with-
out foodV Hnnger compeiled them to
make then? way to the surface. Reach-
ing the top of the earth they made
i . . ... - : .i -.w 1 o w f vi tlJlU IUCT. I
glaciers lakes torrents and forests Their coming- was unexpected. - and
J H pr'pared or tha tourist the they devoured everything In; the lar-
artist tne aclentlit. the flsberman.
camper ana signtseer
-Glacier. National park. Is. In north
western Montana in the very heart of
one or the wildest . sections of the
1 - i
iw; mountains. .
At Glacier Park 'ata'tlpn-tbe eastern
ders the first night Then tber invad-
ed chicken coops and did not hesitat
to: attack the higgest chickens in the .
nock. r In-a hennery at Warrior Run
the rata killed
gateway to the park-a : magnificent j Y3 FLAY JNDIANj ONE SHOT .
- yiuTiuiug uuuminoaations IOr
300 people vndef cotistruction. Mid
Bummer:wIH see Ita completion. Both
the; 4pot. ndtbe: hotel ;aro built of
logs taken from the forest of the
great northwest--thus comblnine with
modern' comfort the spirit of the wilds. Jr-cld William Faxoo of 526 Mor-
L!yJ i. -- ..i ;'. - " j riS'aveniM "Ttrnn' wont t. .
"Big Chief" Meets-With Defeat at tha
Hands ofrwlld jWeaternera"
..w; A in New York.
New Y6rk.-The mother of aevenyJ
MAN COLLIDES WITH EffGWE
Worker Th'rovvn" boyn.; Embankment
-. " - vn' silently
Lynn Mass.-fTiocannI Ferettlvliv
ing on Blossom street was tossed
down an embankment by an engine
on the Boston & Maine railroad near
his home recently. Feretti climbed
me sieep eniDanicment towards the
railroad on bis way home from work
and did not see the engine until he
ran into It He was taken to the Lyiiri
City hospital where his wounds were
treated as superficial.; .
for school the other day and found-
hint covered with blood. She ran to"
his father who summoned Policemar
Cramb. The pollceaiaa found the bo-
was suffering from a gunshot woan
in the groin. At Lincoln hospital
was said he la in a serious : coi-
tion. ... . ' . . .
Young- Farno was shot the othe-
evening but concealed it from f
parents going to bed early. In 1
vacant lot near One Hundred and Fhr
ty-ninth street small boys of ti
Calf Is the Meanest I nsect.
An old German farmer in Kansas hv
nausiry ana rruganty acquired a rath
er targe property and at : the same
ume a ponderous physique. He soi.i
his farm and stock and hought a neat
place on the outskirts of town.; Not
wishing to be entirely idle he- culti
vated a garden" patch In which he took
great pride. " . n:Vi. ...
One day aa adventurous calf found
its way into the garden tbroueh. a
hole in the fence. The old man ran
him around the garden several times
but Mr. Calf could not or would not
find the hole through which be haA
entered. At last out of temper and
breath the man sat down on a bench
and fanning himself with his hat.
. "Der caluf Ins der meanest insect ot
schumps. dots ?ot dr matter lal"
Kansas Citr Star.
Old Stone Mason Rubs.Eye anil Sees
s Again After Thirty Years ? : '
of Darkness.:-":' J
Schubert Pa.Men sometimes hope
against hope; others hope with pa-
tience believing that what has been
possible in times gone by is possible
today. Of the latter class is Jonathan
Miller of this place who thirty years
ago lost the vision of one of hla eyes;
but all this time he has had a vision in
his mind assuring him' that the day
would come when In a manner strange
and mysterious as that in which he
lost hia sight he would regain It.
A short time ago ' this vision was
Owner of Sloop Kidnaped
Two Men Carried Him Off and Made
' Him Watch a Taxi All Night
White Thsy Slept.
New York. Not since the time the
big whale was washed ashore and
flopped into the barroom at the Golden
f-ag! hotel In Canarsle In an intoxi-
cated condition about fifteen years
ago have the residents of that quiet j
vmago on tne snore of Jamaica bay
been so upset as now and all becawse
of a taxi-cab outrage perpetrated on
one of qanarsie's leading residents.
Of course" said an "old clam dig
ger "ii s rare for taxicabs to drift
verified while Mr. Miller was walking I down this way but now and then we
home from StrauBstown a distance of
two miles. A fierce storm came out
of the western sky and he was com
pelled to face it on the homeward
Journey. The wind blew considerable
dust Into his eyes and his right one
began to fill with water. He rubbed It
and suddenly he thought there was a
dim sense of vision there. The wind
continued to blow dust into it and Mr
Miller was compelled to keep on rub
hlng. till suddenly he realized that he
could see with that eye.
He went home and told his wife and
children but they nt first did not be
lieve the glad tidings. Then they gave
him a daily paper and he covered the
loft eye and began to read with the
right one through which' he had been
unable to see for thirty long years
and there was great Joy In the homo.
Mr. Miller is seventy years old. and
Is a stonemason. He is the father of
eight children and two sons and two
see one and everybody stops to look
at it. but our main street is fast get-
ting like Broadway; "we have two mov-
ing picture places now and they're
coining money too took in nearly
ten dollars at one place the other
night But about this taxlcab busi
"Sol Collyer who owns the sloop
Wild Mag was coming up from the
dock w here he had made "his Blooo
fast for the night when suddenly a
taxicab comes along and out Jumps
two men. They grab Sol and throw
him into the taxicab and the cbauf-
feur drives a few blocks to the ast
or me main street on the Wyckoff
farm road where the men abandon
tho machine telling Collyer not to
budge or cry out at peril of his life.
'The men walked away while Snl
who is a little man and afraid to taln
chances remained In the taxicab all
night When the mei returned about
eight o'clock the next morning they
found Collyer chilled by th cold and
sun in tne joints. ;
ine men were rerr nlemmnf
wished Sol good mornln? the. ..
had the nerve to thank Sol for taking j
me car tnrough the night
-mm mey siept in tne Golden Eagle
many raxicaD tdieves one of
me men said to Sol 'are around that
wer arraid to leave the tiWh
uusuaraea ror tee night. It was cer-
i.Hy very gooa or you and we thank
you most heartily. There being . no
6iaK in canarsle m which to put
tuu w just Had to do this
and we are sorry if we caused you any
."vumcuiBiice. uooa-oy.' And they
uu- leaving iscx plumb flabber-
FINDS MOTHER AFTER SEARCH
Los Angefes Police Innovation "Make
uoe promptly Girl Was Adopt-
. ed When a Baby.
Los Angeles Cal. Through the
"Stuck His Gun at Me and Fired.-
boy" every evening. It was during the.
suie wai ma accident occurred On
rna iMaoiifnwii w. 1 .
ncn or tnis city learned nf .
dauKhter. whn n. v .1 L..."- . " cownoy and la-
. - anfaii iuki i nr i i n nnn na com t . it. . v
year The daughter 1 Ellen Rich of chief and had capture a IcT JTZS
-ew inrs nn rooH .i.. . i .. . -
n. uu- l uB inu iuct wer E-Ofnr tn
them. The cowboys cam dnm
. . . 1 '
cm aaa we rougbt them off. Thn
they attacked us again and.- h h!.
tated "Bispchlni America stuck h!g
sua at. me ana fired. It wan not m
bv fripni -.. " "uu " wr WI ingatened I
" - m v-i Mivrii rn ann na ran rnm m a a . v fe .
family it was ..M h. .'a ""'""V. V lo Dea 0ec"M I
reau and wrote to Chief ?oht.
asking him to find her mother The
chief instructed Mrs. Wells of the de-
partment to direct the search and la
an hour tha mother was located. The
uni;Knfer was adopted when
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