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I THE NEWS Trading Where They Employ Do Your Your Account Cannot Go Wrong. We Use this System. ITT both phone Washington Avenue. 1344 Cert's Plans A BuWi Brea. Organa. Newman WARDLEIGII C. riANOS AND SBSICAL ORGANS KEKCHAND1SE WEEK ' AMENDMENT RELATIVE TO DISCHARGE OF TROOPS TO BE CONSIDERED. Appropriation Bills to Raccivo Attei tian in the House of Representatives. . The Biackburn amendment to the to the discharge of negro troops, wyi bold the principal place on the senatorial program for the present wwk. The subject will come up Monday if not interfered with by the salaiy Increase amendment to the legislative appropriation bill, and will continue to receive' attention for the everal .lays unless general agreement for the adjustment of the matter can be arrived at. The Republican leaders are niak-- i lug strenuous efforts to secure unanl- atous action by Republican senators in support of a motion to table the Black-burn tpendmt'nt, but confess that the result la not entirely satisfactory and it is generally admitted tbit if one or two senators break over the lines it will be difficult to prevent a number of others from following. Bo strong la the feeling that soma of the staunchest of the President's support-er- a are now predicting that in ease all the Republican senators cannot be held in opposition to the Blackburn amendment the Republican senators tbemselvrs will take up the amendment and put it through. There la. however, no decision upon such a course, nor is there likely to be any I conclusion on that subject for a few days to come. Senators generally con-- ' feis the situation la embarrassing, hut while they will he pleased to have lr disposed of, they do not consider the prospect good for early action. Much will depend upon a statement which Senator Lodge is expected to make on Monday. The Massachusetts senator was the first to offer a provision declaring the presidential prerogative in the discharge of soldiers as a part of hla privilege as commander-in-chief of the army, and aside from hla well known convictions on that subject, the fact of hi intimacy with the President would Insure a large following If he should decide to antagonise the Blackburn provision ns a matter o fparty policy. If. on the other hand, he should announce hla ddherence to the principle regardless of the authorship of the declaration, there can be no doubt that he would carry with him a sufficient numlier of senators to Insure the passage of the Blackburn amendment. The Immediate effort on the part of the Republicans to find some compromise provision, and unleaa they succeed. It Is probable a vote will be postponed unless unanimous opposition to the Blackburn amendment can be secured. The Brownsville subject will be dinFrr-ident- 's 1 ' Guitars, Aeeordaoaa, Ban Job, Blriai Tiollne, Latest PublicaUoas of Sheet Music See the Wonderful Pipe Orgaa. Waahlngton Avanua. 1371 OGDEN, UATH. ITAU. OODES, the senate to listening to a speech lv Sutherland In opposition to the resolution for the eapulsiou of h! cn'.iefcgue. Senator Smoot. Wednesday. to a speech by Senator Beveridge In support of hts child labor bill, and laier in the week Senator Carter will probably call up his resolution regarding the public lands for an explacaticn of his views on that subject. When the Smnot resolution is taken up Senator Burrows, chairman of the committee oa privilege aud elections, will ask the ornate to name a day for taking n vote on that resolution. He will fix a day sufficiently diatant to lu give all senators wbj may desire to be heard on the subject a ehauce speak. The house will give the major portion of its time this week to the con siileratlon of appropriation bills. Consideration of the ship subsidy bill by the house will be postponed until the river and harbor bill is disposed of. It is hoped by the friends of the immigration bill that the measure maybe agreed in conference on Monday, and if so there win be probably an effort in both house to have the report accepted during the week. The automobile races will be held beach in Flnr-id-s on the Ormond-Daytoduring the week. There will be contests beside record twenty-thre- e trials. The trial of Harry K. Thaw for kill-in- g Stanford White is expected to begin Wednesday or Thursday. Fourth action in the attempt to oust Mayor McClellan of New York CHy from hla office la expected to be taken in the New York state supreme court in New York City on Saturday . Mayor McClellan has served notice that ha will then ask the court to imprison Attorney General Jackson for alleged contempt of court In beginning the ouster proceedings while a restraining order preventing him from holding a hearing on the question of a recount was in foroe. The parliamentary campaign, with its consequent discussion of interna tiunal and eoIon lxl questions, which has occupied the attention of the German public since the dissolution last December of the relchstag will come to a dose January 25. when the members of tba new legislative body will be elected. On Monday the Japanese diet will assemble to consider tbe budget for 1907-0which will be presented In its final shape. Tbe budget provides for an expenditure of about n . lAMAIJY MONDAY, '! Of THE I H. EXAMINER: on Monday by Srnirsr Tilman1 ing the mfiernoon anu cu.d was I i u m:!vr o' who will reply to S.naior Spooners sent to the judyroru. aivl ! ballots were taken uri'a l.c criticism of himself. i,i rt.e .4) ai uoon the jurors Probably the first business of later tb y this week will be concurrence six to six. Two bet! be i five In the action of the house in wring were reported to au Increase of the salaries i f senator cou victim. The drfeuse made .guru to Taic)' and representatives, and also of the Hi. 11 the speaker and mem- the Jury discharged but Judg.bers of the cabinet. There 1, little ruled that the Jurors could no- U 1is charged except upon their o n opposition to the amendment. Tuesday will be partly devot-- u by FORECAST Foraker resolution relative Pickett Grocery Co. 1 : I the..... McCasky Accounting Register MOUSIN' HEARING AT SEATTLE. CONCERT Ii'e tiu i.f ii.ijiil 21. lUtiT. TOUCH! I L.- a:, ii i . 1 '.!. 1, . m .l - I cou-duct- euiertainmen'. : of Robert Schumann. itrcistaie llicgraphy a. Opus 3l No 1. 2. t. 5. 6 commerce commission, to Czerny morrow morning to Liar .Tid,-iu-o:i b. "Norse tvnig Op. ilS No. 41.. tLe terminal rate iUis'.u.n t b. car Schumann up hy the slijnage problem Mr. Willie Xicliol. lumbermen, tbe Hari:uan The Spokane termini, rate matter Bogtaphy of Clenicnil "Soimina." (lp :i:. X. 2 was gune into at Spoimiir ntciisttely. .Clemen' i but there is mure etidriuv to b- - iak-eMr Ch'1 l.iiiil. here on the amoum of water a Op. 2i;t. No. I. 3.4. . Cserny to which the railroad are b "In Twilight" lionchals subjected. Mr. George Woodruff. In the afternoon Mr i,aiie has anof Mriub'lashnu. nounced he will hear evidence ou the Biography a Op. 73, No 3 Mcndelsahou Harriman merger, wllrh ilie inierstsia b. "Mazurka Caprice" Chopin commerce cnmmliwlen has taken up In Miss l.ulu Mclkuidaid. the hearings at K a York and Chi2iil. No Dp. 4. j, . h. .gentry cago. Sonstinc, Up. .Yti. X .1 In Seattle Mr. lame w ill inquire Into ('lenient t (he relations betwein tbe Harrtman c. "(emd Night" Ncvln and the Pacific C.iasi companies. Mr. Murray Alieu Other steamship companies have comof Mxacsgui. plained that through 'he Pacific coast Hhigrsphv a Op. 3t!I. Xus. 4. 5. 0. S. .Cerney company water con. pet I lion has been ii Intermezzo (from ('avs'.ie'-'.crushed. Rum leans) J. C. Stubbs, traffic manager of all Mias Kllcn Youngstruin. tl.e Harriman interes-x- , will lie presCurrnrv Op. 361, 4. 5. I, 8 ent. "Polks" Schumann Mr. Tliomss Hiddiilph. HEBREW COLONY. Freucli to le devoted to founding a bell to le ionic in tlie wonderful cathedral ih. ii approaching completion. A like ne of st. Ieter, the name patron of tlie church. Is on the able. Iteuentii which i a quatrain In th style of tbe mediaeval conceit, praying that as devout hearts rise heavenward at hcarng tlie sound of the liell so may the doorke-ieof heaven open wide lie gates of tlie celestial mauakui. On the opiNMdte side is Inscribed a sextet in Gerniau. com-petitio- n r Angelrs, Cal.. Jan. 29. Supported by prominent Jewish residents of this city, a plan f :r the colonization of a large section of lower California by Hebrew Immigration front Rnasla and elsewhere, Is being se lively urged by Victor Harris, editor of B'Kal B'Rith Mess eager and Identified with nearly all local Jewish so- Iaderwiakl Meridian. II IsSInrt Was. actor apt waring at a cheap theater la Salford found so small an audience that ha nought out the mancieties. for an explanation. Yon see," Mr. Harris has spent seven months ager In Mexico studying the hltuation. Hit the manager told him, "my people are ideas are aaid to have met with the at the Halle concert." Oh." the actor aid, surprised, "I should hardly have most encouraging reception from offthought your patrons would rare much icials of the Mexican government. Roman Corral gave the plan for high class music." No," tbe other hla endorsement, and Harris was given explained; to tell tbe truth, they go to assurance that every protection would pick pockets. lx given the Jewish mlonlxts. Full religious liberty la ensured. TroaMo Per Hothlaa. To smuggle a bnman skeleton Into TO CONFER WITH TOWER. Canada from Detroit a medical student dressed It In female attire and. 20.Prut Berlin, Jan, Marten, pro feasor of International law at St. Beating It by his aide In a buggy, crossPetersburg university, anJ member of ed over the boundary line. After he the International tribunal at The! got safely Into hla home he learned Hague, ia expected here tom. .rrow. A that there la no cuatom duly on sketo telegram from Bt. Petersburg says he tons. Is coming to confer whb Charlemagne Tower, United Bute ambassador to All Karapet feat Hiai. Germany, concerning The Hague conMrs. Ilasty matchy-- I had a doaen ference. before yours, all from amsrier Mr. Tower, replying to a qudslioii men than you loo. Mr. llsstymateh the Associated Prof. said Proas, by Martens was an old personal friend and They mnsf have lieen. How did they awa likely to call m him when In manage to crawl out of Itt Berlin, as he never passed through She Harters It. the repltsl without doing so. The embassador declined, however, to InHow long Is the life of tbo average timate whether the visit of Prof. Mar ao called popular sougT tena was to he of a char who lives next door to Till the actor or relate to'. queaiiuna of The ua gels holdgirl of It" Houston Post Hague conference. Where A Iomdon Chicago, Jan. 20. The Jury which aonce Saturday morning has been striving to reach a verdict in the case of Cornelius P. Bliea and thirteen other labor leaden on trial for conspiracy in connection with the teamsters' strike of 1905, was still out lata tonight. One of the Jurors became HI JOCK S LI L AVE. OUR SOLE AIM IS TO please and profit and wo do it with 25e dishes .for 6c. Tumblers, 15c a sat; Gcc tea kettles tor 25c; cartridges un60c box. Nalls, $2.00 a keg. Hinges and for aa song, other things tor a smile at way THE JUMBLE. Phones 1144. 2300 Washington. year Second Hand Stores s Vice-Preside- Th JUMBLE buys, sails ar exchanges any old thing" (blues e captod) and most mw ones. 2300 Wash. Hail, 1144 NEVADA STORE. SECOND-HAN- Ws buy and sail all kinds of nave Isivlah. and sacend-han- d goads. Call or phone "Let ns bar some dinner on tbo W acker A Heynee, Props. 169 25th 61 veranda, said a uervona young Phone, Ind. 622. , during tlie first stage of hla PAUL ZIEGENHIRT, honeymoon. . Saosnd-HanStore. Certainly, air," said the waiter poIf you have anything ta sail or buy "Table dhote or a la carta, call or litely. 1S7S 1S70 Wash. Avw. to phono airy Ind. 676. Be!! 656-k- . Er-w- ell" said tlie young Benedict, B. A. DENKERS who was anxious to Impress his wife with his lavish expenditure, bring u Will pay the highest price for ascand-hanfurniture and aall to the publla some of both, please! th eheapest. 2416 Grant Avw, Bail Phans 66741. Ind. S20. Wa know accurately when w know C. J. HERRICK A CO, little. With knnwledgo dnnht Increases.' Successors to H. L. WhltoL -- AJoethe. Bring your goods hors If you want thorn. Call bars If you want ls tall 2341 Wash- Avo. Bed Phan buy. YIELD WANT geu-tleui- T d semi-offici- BOY GROCERS Thg Father at All Kovels. brunch of literature, doubtedly the most widely popular one in which England showed tlie to tbe world, la tbe novel In the 1740 readers were delighted with a new kind of hook, a proas rmuain-not of legend, but of tlielr own day and manners. It was the pioneer novel, was ca Hod Pamela," tlie work of Bamuel Richardson, a Loudon printer, and tbe great aneeeaa It met with soon brought forth a host of others. A great pro-pnsnl- a JURY STILL OUT. T. B. Evans & Co. Hrlp la Colonial llaga. For belli the colonial woman bad to choose between su Indian who might scalp her If the mood or fancy so dictated. blsckHiipNira" aot yet outgrown African savagery, tlie town poor sold to tba highest bidder. Imuud convicts transported for crime or ignorant creatures who had lieen Iwguilcd to board ahiist that carried them off tu virtual slavery and "free wlUera discontented under and Impatient for the emt of the which bound them. Occacompact sionally she bud a chance to engage a reaXH'labla young wouiau who bad come from England or Holland to find service, but she never failed to loss her through speedy marriage. Good Housekeeping. Biography of PadiTWski a. Op. 48. No. 1 Stephen Heller b. Miliuet, Op. 14. No. I Miss Jaulc where you get Just what you want Is the Grocery Line. We have received a shipment at the best grade of Holland Herring in small kegs and also tbe kind that sells loose. Wa also have select White Fish. Finnan H addles, Kippered and Smoked Salmon and Sait Mackerel. BOTH PHONES 236. 2364 WASHINGTON MaM-itgi- IiOi e. liiM-riptii- unu-nall- daC manu-fNctur- It uti recording tliai "Willa.iii, the most august emperor of tlie lieriusiis aud king of the Priusun. iniud.ful of tbe heavenly lie:i granted to Mill whereby be t) l::te French war to a prosperous issue iiiul restored the German empire. c.vumsI chuiiou token from the i- Seattle, Wash.. Jun K. Lana. member of the Mere Is the Place ror1 r nu-ii- Terminal Rato and Car Shortage to be Taken Lp. n. 4 sate Mltool fur the musfcale at ilie j;lve ect.' .il : Si ii clock this sfievnoo.',. miller the .liivc.iou of lhelr in.oruc-:oi- . Prof Kalian it ne. A gen eral .liuuiliin ha been extended i.t the piUi.nhnxc of tl.e blind department siio have taken up tbe cmue of mii-- v t.:ue shown wouderfu! apt-i- i tor itiis line of xri.li mid man) bate taiMirie quite pioticicni. 1 Jiiiaiicen-cii- l has twen made This y v;:r Tje folio ing sironc prog: am has been prepared for '.1 "il. lid a Bell. great liell In tlie of I j.p.e was eon ei rated w itj great pomp. Twenty-tw- o cauuua taken from l be French were assigned Wiiliaui tor it by i he K;i It sal cast by Andreus Hvimu of Fraukeutbal. aud more than i paid for the casting. A Tuc ADS BIG RESULTS, Ind. 407. 61-- Bu Frank H. Sweet A PATHETIC STORY OF A GREAT THROBBED fopr right, by Freak H. Sweet. ' f off now, Jock, l Thoso i expostulated Impatiently, lines must be run by Saturday,! end youre the ben I tsv. Cant you wait till nextchopper week?1 Jerk looked down at me a little CA.V'T I lens, let you I thought. 'Ts 'Merged to go. boss. he said de i done tole yo my 1IT boy1 'frivvty. "uni. Mar'grf i Tobe Jrtf torched mo de news. I'd like pow'ful ter hep yo ell. but I Jos caynt don yo1 seeT" wn," j answered IrrtUbly aa opened my pocket book and began to Very 1 the money due him. Only whining around after more nnrk. I can't be fqrever taking on naw kind mil learning them the ropes. 1 ".ant men who will stand by me. I vpnke rather more than t meant to. but I likedvehemently Jock and was veiy unwilling to have him go. He bad "Mv heen with me a few weeka, but vs alr-aworth any two men I had. oiiRiderthly over six feet In height.' and strong and manelve In " wait at once fertile In proportion, expedients nil perfectly obedient to ordora. These o iinuRusl attribute! were what had n omniended him to me In the first plate, for my experience with negroes ""Hit me that they were generally "ull and shiftless, but Jock was differ-from any maa I had ever met, r w black. There was not a bird wh-a- rt or phase of wood life with 1rh he did not seem to be familiar. , "r wax It the familiarity of Ignorance. "Dea aatoniehed at the stray ''t of setentlflc lafermatioa which rnuni nut dy ni vine under my notloe. I was thinking regretfully of Jock'e Torture a, i lnnirt .ent around my ,nltru. and sighted back over the Kverjrthlng wa all right, and I , tear man to com for-- 1 toek out my geld book tu ,mp notoe 1 was conscleue of a . V! 'Xt' touch on my shoulder. Jn'hat. not gene yetr I asked. I cayn't go dleaway. If I rTr, bark no mo I den' wen' yo D0 I Jaa' Lil. x I"' ter go." he hn' I aaswared. a ?w " "hn!,'d of my U1 temper. "Tou fninil w hat I aaid about not ' Ing hack. was out of sorts. If utve a place I shall be glad to take on ny time." bsrk fare cleared Instantly. an vo'. boss: Tank yo sah! I!p 'uk' To e ber boss 'rv.T cep n de doctor." I'snred dnwn th ,Be Tha ntLT fully of a mils 0 tlftwljr. U would h I. b,flre id arrive, ax ' 'h' book lute my pocket tiM01' f ' J one-four- th to' t:k'-- upon a stump.. . k "nou .a-- . t- - . - thi' l,or,r Jockr VM ' forever --bout him." mm i yn are I siked. wu,4 trave oner more, wri gUeteniDg In ' I reckon die nigger skin too tick for fever git frou. W'en de doctor die I hab no wuk, so i nun roun' till de winter come an' brek de fever. Den I plrk up all de doctors rings. To" see, hie voice growing lew and tremulous, tde doctor dona tel ma sell eberyt'lng ha hab lef an' buy ma a ll'l home eome-wha- r, I git Uf hundred dollar an' come up dlsaway. Ta knew? I nodded. X had often seen and admired Jock's little vino covered cottage end wondered at hla exquisite taste in ahruba and flowers, on one occasion I had mat him walking back and forth, crooning some strong African melody to a pitiful mite of humanity in his arms. Perhaps this was ru'ses hatter stay ter look arter em. the ll'l boy he was ie fond of. Dr. Hallon eten' hit for sebon week. How of! Is your little boy?" I asked. den he tuk de fever an die. ."Dunno, ash. Reckon he's a heap "Dr. HaltonT I exclaimed. That ol'rr'nhls alsa on count o' bein' twistname sounds familiar." ed. To sea, boos, hit didn 'pear jes Cose hit do, sah. Do papers was right tor ma ter use da doctors money full ob it. De doctor was a rich' man. tor myte'f. Raemcd lak hit orter go ter de pore fo'ka, lak da res' ob hla fortuno. But dor war da orders. Ro I buys de house an' den hunt roun an fin's da skim pines' bit ft pickaninny I kin one dat Sin' de leaetos able ter kear for himae'f an' sots out ter raise him. My ola mammy coma Ub wid ma an' look arter tlnga. Den' ebery summer I goes down tar da city an' brings tip a whole peeele ft young une outen de street an' gibs am a good time. Daria plenty ob melyuns an sweet talera an' gyarden truck roun my pluce, an I takes 'em out huntin an' Haltin'. I lows dey done enj'y hit from de way dey prijec roun. Jock threw back his head and laughed heartily at the recollection of some of their proThen he suddenly became jecting. grave. Does yo' know, boss. he continued solemnly, hit 'pears mighty strange ter me sometime, lak aa ef de Uv4s ban' war In hit. Dat pore ll'l pickaninny wit I low tor be de runt In' la de whole worT Is tu'sln' nut ter be ornnpln stronery. He ca play de fiddle lak a born muslclsner, and for de banjo an' flute, laws, hit brings out de tears Job' ter lie'll. Don yo knew, bora," abruptly. w'at Ts wukin up hyer for 7" To rant some money, I suppoee, I answered, laughing. "Dat a hit premely. But I aln' need no money for housekeepln'. I raise gyarden truck an' rhirken an tlng, an' 1 ro flahln an' huntin'. No, ash! fa 111 n. boy's WANT MSN WHO WILL STAND Sluin' money for dat He'a plumb 'atracted 'bout an BT ME." ergln. I's been totin' him up ter Mis' an he dene gib bofe his life an' money Hun'ertord's lately. eot he mout llrin to de cause. I reckon de whole world ter her playin', and. tor a far, rah, dat done hern 'bout Mm. He wuk night ll'l bay'd Jee cock hla head on me side i au day, all da time, an nebbrr fought wnlle she played a chune. den he'd climb up on dat stool an play da same sb res'. And you remained wtUi him through chune frou. ebery dot an' skiver presac. ft all I arked. Mis' Hun'erford say twar truly 'ston-tshi- n. Jock answered simply. Ob' co'se! Tea rah, dal boy's gwyne bab De doctor lowed I ws good he'p. I an orgln. an Pm gwlne bab him learn was big an' strong aa' ceukl wuk roun play Jeri lak white fo'ka ofTn paper. j an' Ilf ds rick fo'ka.' At this moment the rear men rame i Aad you didn't catch the fa very and stood waiting for orders. Jock up I xLewtr--g hie toilU k imjr. ducked hla head aid vosjurniua I. , "y He's de bes' man flat ebrr lib, ash. bony bvr man do good (lewd eber made. I bean his body sorbent tor ten year, an wuk for him, an' watch obrr him, an' sues him. I watch him ao I al 190 knew w'at ho tlnk 'bout. He dlda' bab no (o'ks newhars. an he untor say dot I war hle'n's Cambly. Ha tuk ma in de wood wo'n he hunt huge an tlngs, an' he tuk me In da city w'en he wuk for do pore fo'ka. How came you to leave him? 1 didn leave him, rah, he don' lef me. De good Gawd tnk him. W'en do yaller (Over bruk out ho wuk night an day, lsk he alien da Moe ebery-Von- 't body git outen de city, hut de pore fo'ka had ter stay, an' de doctor an Do musl-clanl- s r BENEATH HEART THAT AN EBONY SKIN b-- whan I called him bark. Unclasping the glittering chili) from my watch I handed It to him. Give It to the little boy, I aaid, and tell him It Is from one of hla daddy's friend a Jock's face grew fairly radiant. A present for himself would not have given him half the pleasure. The next week my chief sent Instructions for me to repair to Terrebonne and survey some swamp land. I had Tie Jeff de same lak adder boys fust time I reckon was 'fore he oonH now." lie answered, wtdout mi misery walk, tor I he'1 red him tell my ole nor crookedness to his walk, an only mammy dut d doctor IIP hint off de Jcs" pale' an skimpy from it hispltal stool an' tole tilin bark to hla held. an' de pain. He ray de dorter tell him ' Hut de neg' day he crawl off dar ng'ln to stay outdoor all dls summer an' j oine way, an' In d end de doctors hab my life. It will be very expensive I ventured. work easy an alow an' dm he be to gib In. When he start home, all cure Jock broke up, dey tell film to wuk outdmr die Tea. ash; mo de dnrtnr tole me. He puffecly well, an' den" Tow he'd ax Jedge Hun'erford tu hep off abruptly and busied himself tor summer an' git strong an' den com soma, but I done stop dat, throwing some minute In sprinkling the green buck an' dry'll fix up 'bout hla Jock drew hlinself to hla hi head bark proudly. "I dim' ax no tops of hln vegetables, then added, "I he'p longs I rin he'p myseT. De ll'l boy's done hire de ll'l home hack, an my ole full height with unconscious dignity r.( riar row. he added: "But de 111 boy's mine, an min, an Ts de one ter tak rari ob him. nmmmy an de boy's I's gwyne fix up 'bout all dat. If he'a "That la fine. I esclalmad In genuThan, with a slight quaver in his voice, I done sol' de ine pleasure. "With the buy's help you atroncry, lak de doctor say, I'a de nns he added abruptly, will anon be able to buy the place to pay tor ell flat reedin off papei house an' pigs an' tings. study, but If be wall' strnhery hit "Why, that's too bnd!" I exclaimed again. Jock shook his head. wouldn' nick no difrunre. He wants Involuntarily. "Wasn't there any otbor "I dona gib dat all up now, boas, he hit. an' I's tunin' to get hit for him. way? "Dsr'e mo 'purtant "If he becomes a good nuislcinn, "No, sah, an' de house an tings raid gravely. didn fetch quite enuf. De ll'l boyll flnga den Jes' ownin' a house an' some Jock, I ventured, "he will soon be able hatter be thar mu' a year, an' doc- groun', J rent hit dls summer nn to do something for himself, and peryou." tors stuff an nussln' cos' a heap. I 'count de boy bein'falloutdoor an' likin' haps to help my ola mummy "Hes a bla-- hoy. said Jock gravedona hire a room for my ole mammy, de place. But nea' tor del he mnnt. A whit ly. 'opn an' will pan' her sotnpln ebery inont. niusiclaner done fix up an' go anywbar, All de res' mue' go to de hospital. I but a black boy cayn'. He Jes plays 'splained hit tar de doctor an' Towed de chune wbar he kin, an' takes what he'd fix hit ell right." de fo'ka min' to gib. Mrbbe be melt Bo you have already sent the boy?" a 111 by'tn by. but hit don' matter. I's Tee. sah ; de doctor done Bent a hubs strong an' able to wuk for bofe. wld him yes'day." During the next two years I heard A faint whistle in tha distance anoccasional reports of the buy's progress I nounced the approaching train. through Jock, and once I found aa hastily gathered up my kit and stood Item In a newspaper about tha part ha waiting. took la a concert. This 1 gavs to It wa night when we reached Thlbo-deaJock, who hid H away among hts othc.i The next day we purchased protree sum. The third year we wrra visions and set out for the scene of down at the extreme end of Florida. our labore. Three months later I reworking on th extension of a railroad ceived Inetracllons to cross over Into to Key West. Jock had boon with ma Texas. It wa spring before wo reall thl time, untiring, devoted, and I turned to Florida. might almost add. Indispensable, tins One day Jock burst into my tent with day he received a latter from bis b y an open latter In his hand. and brought It to ms with aa axpro-sla- n "Hss done cured!" he cried radiantof mingled delight and Hicredulliy. tuk an' "All twlstes de dlsjlnts ly. What t'lnk, bosa. he said In home now. outen him. He's awed vole, "dat pickaninny's atari walkin' from de cyars lak udder boys. eut for htvse'L an' he's dona ssn' me But 'scuse me. Glory ter de Lam" cheek tor atx hun'erd Sol ter aa' wr!:i vole suddenly. bosa." lowering h! dat hit's for Jps' to' weeks' wuk pi. reckon I frou. yoll tickled clean Ts He sdy for me to buy chune I tow rah. a off Ismme day, hatter back ah dan p aa my hem Ill ll'l see dat boy. mus' lib 'Mrig o blm ur com an' coma mammy will Rut you "Of course! wort' dat ws In dls hab eborytlng back?", took manor He want. righ gwyae wuk mu I right "Hullln'ly, sail. along netr:" peart now an niek heaiy ob money. Joel: I bsgag. wa1 trid you Daria dat boy's orgln, an' daris dat waved tba unspriegn words arid. to buy heck. Tea, home I'm t" 'Rears lak dK am 4 salt, I'll mos ehorely come back xwe-- l 4111 to fn ha said, a A week later h returned, bringing me to kN ,c basket af freah lettuce and radishes aa "Hri DOXK CI.'RRD!" HK CRIEb vote, "af Mfc M tak dl sly monge- wuklir. fafM a welcome addition to our camp table. RADIANTLY. huW'gtd a' buat osrt mo eMMtfff iff"' My ole mammy grow hit In boxes anltaaiis-Kn- ' fotok 4tn np td ds b roun' whar de auti creep frou de win- say she start Is tais In wsshin'. an de wW ttgb t6 gib der." he explained as he arranged hla she an' me gwyne wuk hasderin w "Bat toe Bbueri offering In a pan of cool water to keep eber done befri. tier'll be need for mo Tv gwyns git Oat, tee, a Uttie cate It crisp and freh. "She lak me 'bout money, an' ah ray abe ala toe ole ta Do tSf : corn toy into Ma vdlca. dat or rudder I mean she f.itrh me tip he'p mak hit. t8f5h-I suppose I looked puixled, for Jeclc, i need nsy Ml so rue, aa Ts tod to lie lak her we gwyne rsle green Pri. Uf d- gib up wuk get ate'wak-stuff If we 'Merged to grow It from de added quickly: e bhy "Hit's d music isnin'. Tie life dat ' mommy ah' toe glPFne cracks In da di'a 'Pear lak 1 wouldn WS brij! . mt d when deg's plumb bitin Inside la 1M home bfk he half ltbln' not to grow tings." Fb.Tttol1 pfc&aaifrfl to corns out. I reukoa. Dar "And' the boy?" 1 suggesiel de1 A ' tnrtbe dp bftdffi StW ' hrc. Jocks face shone. Hud ye! under the was an orgln an planner huff, to Ids' te - apefi hvTidatiPnlir. CflJff ter of . hospital an' dat boy's Unger toy I fa nci vd I luuIU detect a tnu to use de fntia wsy Jdm bally AjFJle uusxmiiM. nebber be raised lak ha Is, hut dat met) be de big doctors mout unwIn' de twlBtee an' tlx him up lak udder boys. Et dey do dat. with a rare smile, "I'll Bho t'ank de good Gawd all da res ob -- ; ' , . n. y' AW JOCK HURRYING UP THR TRACK. been there befere and knew the place well. In winter U would not have been ao had, but now! I crushed the brief not Impatiently In my hand. Rut there was ne help for it, eo vre set about breaking camp. The next for departure. day we were ready Aa we stood os the platform of tbe little way station waiting for tha train known figure of I saw tbe big. Jock hurrying up the track. In a few minutes he wa beside me. 'Clari for hi, boas. I war feared I wouldn't entrh up. he punted. 'Ts mo' run de brefhimouten me." 1 welcomed hearily. His broad shoulder and knowledge of woodcraft would be Invaluable In that place. Thf Ithms of his service were quickly arranged, and then I asked him ab'il he little boy 1 dunno for "bore. yet. rah." he Bald 'low he war in e gravely. "Dr had fix an hettei he sent up nuif t .gran' korpiial. He 'low de ,bu rayr! ''I 'tor 1 tfetkori-raeaei- - flu . ed mo'-rwTt- u. . -- . .