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   Buffalo Bulletin, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1905, Buffalo, Wyoming                               THE BUFFALO BULLETIN. THE BULLETIN IS THE PAPER IN JOHNSON COUNTY. VOLUME 16 BUFFALO, JOHNSON COUNTY, WYOMING THURSDAY. JULY 18. Ifl05. NI MItEH 4 U.   change seats with me? It la not so windy here on tbe he said, ris- ing and proffering a steady band. "Thank Georglna replied, mak- 4ng the change, with a frank smtle of relief. Tlirxmgb the mexapbom tbs nnm was Imparting wonderful of tnforma tion about the park. He told them ev- erything they had known for years, things they bad learned in tbelr ograpnlee at school and things that had been told them by every Olie WBo bad ever visited the city. When they came to anything really Interesting the man was silent, saving Dp breath for tbe next world renowned object for Inspection Miss Oeorglna was wondering If the yonng man was properly Impressed by tbe sights. The young man was speculating aa to whether she was highly entertained by the valuable In- forms tion ba wled from tbe bom Finally a rregative answer to bis solil- oquy came to him Intuitively 'Ton know this pork la right In the center of the be said "Yes M Qeorglna was politely Inter ested "It Beems truly wonderful to think of all this If s green la sum mer, you laughed the man, not- ing his own brilliant statement "In tbe heart of so great B city as New York." Georgmn feigned enlightenment "Oh, do you live beret" ino asked, appeasing her conscience with the be- lief that sightseeing gave certain prtr (leges among fellow tourists It was for their mutual education that they were conversing but Tve been here often before My sister went to school back there on Fifth avenua, at Mrs Flalshem'a "Oh, no! So did II Geor gina hesitated She bad about to ask him tbe name of his sister, and well, that equivalent to ask- ing hla own name. EJren a mutual fliRtitneoIng expedltioti would not ex cuse that The man observed her hesitation and mltconttrued her meaning PerbJtpft she did not want to know hti name "You might have known bo tactfully. Without directly ask Ing hot he bad thrown ont a lead which she could follow if ifte cboae "Beta Burrow f1 uked Qeorglna un able to suppress her at having found the brother of the girl addrets hid been wanting Tor days "Tbo replied tbe man, "Oh, I know a mtn who Is dmd folly (n love with her, and tbe would not promtw to write to him, Mllevlng bt was oh, a man wbo prettily to every tfti, tMt he did oot metn Ibftn at All" "Ah, bat bcltera tny surfer had name )ovrmBklnjrapr1nkta3 ID with her MmtUooal retouching." laufned Ow mtD, Now, bow was folnjr to find ont bet nsmt? hu hud tpoken of bcr. But oo, strrtly wouM bare felt a tbrlll had dooc no Barfly would futt tbe proiim Ur of bis How be anow- Horrot and ptnlml }olly BTAttfd! wu for to kill Uklnjr bit for Pttu- bkppnad by fa for are visiting berer asked tbe man, "Ob, I live In tho cltyl" Georglna watched tho Intorrogatloa mark piuat Itaelf la moti's Whj mu abe on a Blgbtaeolng coach It Ihcd berel Bat be saia not B word "I Jiut oamc oat tot a Bald tbe girl "I lime often wondered nlint li was like wben watched llnne onra roll nlong flllod with open ui'julhml atrangere "Was I open tlif> man. "N no." "I'm just killing time til) train be said "And you'll remember me to your sister when you get Gwirglua suggested, with mischief In ber t j es "Just remind tier of tbe girl nuom I met on the touring hi laugh ed "She'll know definitely Tho you be added, with good buuioretl sarcasm. "Morningslde cried the man "Columbia "Isn't he a asked Georgtua, seizing the opportunity to tog his question. "Perhaps he Isnt lonely In bis won said the man briefly Oeorglna looked at him. "No Well, well, I'm Oeorglna Claire Wtaterton Georgia for short JLet me Impress upon you the fact that at Mrs l In tab em's school we did not team to talk to strange men on sightseeing -vnchen In snowstorms, "But whatr "Well, you see, my veil blew in your face, and I had to apologize, and then of us was a bit tn the returns from the megaphone well, Vie drifted into the acquaintance Didn't "We said the man emphatically "And so SOQU I can get home Bens will write to you, and I fancy you'd like ber awfully If you knew Ler bet- ter." Georgian elevated ber finely marked brows "Grant's yelled the mnn one who wishes to may get out and Inspect It General Gran! body lies In the tomb, and that of his If e." But Goorgiiiu and Beas Burruss' brother were drifting. "And I aboil certainly tell ber that the young "My cousin, Jack Clayton." "That Mr. Clayton never eaya pretty things unless ha means them." 'Thanks That's very good of yon And now, OB our bouse la Just below here, would yon ask that man la drop "Oh, I say, we've got Wall street and the Battery "I wasn't after new sensation, and cad It" Tbe man from Plttsburg tried to look Into ber eyes. She was gathering ber In ber band The big sight coach was stopping before a granite mansion. "And wben I come to New York again may "I really thJnk you ongbt to look Jack in a brotherly way He lives with us Goodby." Bine In the Matter i Of Elizabeth By S. T. STERN t, IBM, by 8. T. Stem Ptonche notices, In bis "History of British that In moat Aoplo- Baxon Illuminated manuscripts the hair Is painted blue and tlmt the men are depicted as veritable Bluebeards In a Saxon Pentateuch Eve's locfca are of this cerulean tint There ts also early evidence of green and orange fashions for the hair bat blue seems to havo been most fashionable, "Arts of this kind." MJ-B another writer, "TPWQ undoubtedly practiced, but whether It was done by tingelng or dyeing It with prepared liquids, ac- cording to ancient eastern, or by casting It Into powder of different hues, agreeably to modern practice, I cannot determine Blue hair powder was worn about 1770 by Charles James Pox. The Monthly Magaclne, 1800, an ac- count of that BtBteaman'i draw and describes htm oa a leader of fashion. "He the writer "hla rod heeled cboec and bis blue hair pow- der" The Girl Today the French girl mnirt submit to baring her noabnnd chosen for her exactly aa did her great grandmother, and that In every class of society. To the arerngrt French srlrl the fact that the will one day be n wife and proba- bly a mother li aa Inevitable and cer- tain M IB death Itself, and from child- hood abe Is educated with a now to fulfilling her vocation Again, from the day she ts born parents begin eas- ing a dowry for her, and fihould they fall !D nmAftftlng a sura proportionate to their means pnbllc opinion Judges them very wverely It alw frequently happens that several relations, eren If by no means very wett off, will join to- gether to provide a dowry for an orphan niece or rougln Daughters ihare with sons any fortune loft by their pnrfDts makes tbe pe- tition of a Frenchwoman very neoure There were two Elizabeth Lauj hams. For fifteen years Uiey had lived aide by aide, and neither of them had learned of tbe other's exist enoe. Three bundred feet of metropoll tan space and several hundred tlwu sand dollars separated them soclall) and completely The elder Miss Lang bam resided near the middle of tfa? block In a plutocratic white stoue man alau At the corner of tbe Mine street In a modest Oat house lived tbe other Kllcabetb Though neither of them was aware of the circumstances, these two pos eeased one Unit In common. His par ents knew him as Jameg Carruthers His clients and profesalonal friends called blu Jack, the counselor Mlaa Langham knew htm aa her oldest and. he hoped, her beat friend. Langham knew htm as her emploj er Elizabeth Langhuu. oftcu wondered that Jim bad selected her from two doceu applicants for the position of ste- nographer In his legal establishment A callow graduate from a business col lego, she had hardly hoped to gain ac- ceptance over a score of experienced typists, Tbe true name- she never guessed- Still JTlm had no reason to regret his choice. Miss Eliza beth was neat, pretty and bright Jim dictated to her dally, and she trnu scribed without an error. Not so Mlsa LnngUam, the focus of fifty bachelor aaplratkms. Jim tried dictation there only once. "Mr said MIsa Lftfigham coldly, "you are taking a mean ad van tage of our friendship You have no right to criticise my other friends. I am proud to cumber Judge Newton among my -But lie's fifty If he's a Jim persisted. "So shall you be, Mr. aome daj Good night." There were tears after Jtm Dad takon his departure, but that Jim did not know. He did know, however, Miss Langham had dismissed him, and he sorrowed accordingly. "It's that follow, Colonel Newton." be mused. "Since they've elected uim a Judge Elisabeth boa been Indiffer- ent to me Mrt, Jndge Newton evl dently Bounds better to her yonng thfio plain Mrs. Jimmy era." So he floundered homeward In the slush of a wiater evening and nurmd bis first grot sorrow Borrow nmketb a sympathizer Jimmy, blue and became hu manitarian In a One morning when bis ttenographer, Miss Eliza beta, showed him a court summons which had been served upon her, de- manding that she pay the sum of forthwith or suffer the entry of Judg ment for that amount Jimmy simply radiated consolation, "M ho la tMi Mme Nellie who Is suing "I never heard of her" was the re- apozue Jim scanned the papers closely "Mme he said after he had finished, "seems to be the trade name of a being whose Christian appellation Is Michael O'Ualtey He says you ordered ono blue dress of tbe aloe of He awears that rou havo re- fused to accept It, and hp sues accord Ingly "There must be some mistake 1 never ordered a drea1? oue-fourth on expensive as that Nor have I ever laid eyes on Mme Nellie "Where do you he Inquired Her replj astonished him No, Sixth fl venue." "Is that near Forty seventh "It la on the corner The side ts very fashionable Tola mast be Intended for some wealthy woman near by who doesn't poy her bills M When Jim saw that the papem were signed In the name of Hit lion William Newton, Justice bis mint! was made up lie told Ms secrt-tary to have no fear Ho was happy to show his appreciation of her faithful and long continued serrlro. He tried the caw klmwlf His rival sat on his bench and Blared invngety nt loast that IB Jimmy a re- port of the Judicial atlltn.lo As It happened. Mme Nellie not prewnt In tho courtroom bovine been detained elsewhere Jury duty la his plaw be sent two of bin as sistanta One of them took the atand at a florid faced Imly Kbc was who canfewwl amiably that ahe hod boen a dressmaker for twenty-one thlr "Mmp sent tbe drew and she It back, saying It dldn l fli 1 didn't and was appronrhlng l Ueth birthday "It's this wnj yer honor sbo twtlflwl glibly and akin to that of ttm man whom ahe hare nothing to do with ft but may marry Jady In our roe that It fltt-M to Mmfl Nellie wya I The following conrtraa- to pnr" tJon la reported to have bocn At thta polut Jim felt ralle-d upon to I fwwn a certain known young' explain "Tou wtatt- flnnnclw and a society wornin wbo ed to aay, "Ibey'vo got HIP m------- bnrinf -ri tali Mr.----r "Ten" "Thin U Won't i tin Ow of yont company at dinner on Monday 'T urn Mm but t vnitapmMt for Mooony "Tan you Tnwrftr. "Why, tt to mott but I a ptftUt for a TVy wfththc all UM mtn WH1 bow sbcut "Oh, htaff ft Newton blm "Thr IfestM In tbla caw in DOM Ibe gown fit? Tbit U nil 1 wonid (Ikfl to Mnfhnm a or tiro TftkMbPaUnd Mlai Unjtiftm did w your nampr "Ellubetb Uangbftm do jro-u tlrtf" With "Too may to my prlmU itvf don drvw plilotMPt will aoootopany Mln LatMTbam coummrrd to wefp "Do as I he responded tcstlty court will juclffo for Fh e Inter Mian re-outorod tbe courtroom clad In the gown dlHjJUtc Mmp NfeUle'a expert bt'ameO nltb tatUfuctlou as ibc addrea'ied tbe court cao seu fur youraAlf, judge, yer bouur It flu without u wrluklo I should that oti sznazliiffly good said Judge Nekton, fruwu !UK adding by the nay of Judicial con miBlan "and mightily becoming K ills, doenn't "lea sufd Miss Ijingbarn "That s all JudKineut for Mme Nei lie (or the full iimuuut Oaco more JluJ from chulr. you poimlt me to any a few Tbcre ban been n mistake "Jliere has not, Mr CarruUu'rn, un less It be your own In cudeuvorlnK to defend a cose ID which the Is so pa-lpably In ftnor of tbe otbor Hide' On the way back to Uw office Jim condoled bis cltuut He promised to appeal the caso to the bigUeat court lu tbo country ID bis heart be knew that tbe case of Mme Nellie Mtaa Laugbara would never be beard Jn court ngnln M189 Elizabeth Lflnghnro emerged from her coupe at rt o'clock that evening she found her hoURphold In an Mathllde, ber mnld was tiluioHt breathless If you plenRc ma urn she "there it n mnn In Uie sheriff or RomethUiK nnd tin B been holding the best peatb blow lase these tn o hour) I Bent for tho police The police WITH bo cant do nothtug He told tbe inun to v.uft Then- he is now ma am, sitting on the bwt gilt thalr. with tbe vuse lii his tiand IDA'am The Intruder advanced as entered the parlor Yen. he wits a deputy Tbere a Judgment against Kbzabetb Langbam in faroi of Mmp Nellie Didn't sbr remember thf dross she ordered from Miue Nellie? "But I sent it bacb It did not fit" "Of said he euavtlj "tluit may have been the defense A Judg ment la a judgment however Will you pay up or shall I make a be add ed, casting longing glances at the MISC "TUa shall not go unpunished It Is an Raid MUs Laughnm Imlig nonUy "Walt uutll I ring up my friend, Judge Newton "Your The deputy laughed "You M ill recelre InatrucUona from him." "I have received 'em alread> Tt wai Judge New-ton that entered the judff meat against you Here are tbe papers This is bis own writing' One fiance Mlia Laogham She bade Mathilda bring her check book "I'll she said "In tlir meantime you may release that rase It la hardly a tea store enir That same evening James Carrntbeni In his den, reading Dante s "Infer no" HP bad finished "Thp Sorrows of the day before U elbow still to be perused lay The Joj of The telephone bell jnupled twice, but be did not bear At the third call be rose from bis chair A momfiH later the volume went speeding on its waj across the room This Is Jim s end of the erratic u that followed "Kepresent you In the mnttcr? Olad ly Paid it, jou suj' I rltxl to oh, my1 Nekton? Bcnstlj' nco' Called tonlsbt afiei ell that You treated hliu rlgbL d e-a i 1 c In ten uiluutts The next morning Jim Informal b'-< stenORrapher Unit the Mme Xellle matter nn-  fendimt rosIdeU at Rlxlb auntie I "i U In tbe court record snld BO Tlio-p flatu nnd Rayn 1 tbnt judgmeut ain't no thlfl uUUt1 up nml telU mt' tie fendont dldn t Ihe there ut all tittf wnfl a Hni'll nnd IU aroutnl tlif1 corner In Klftv Rtrtft right too Kho pnM up Hkc n tumti I wonder who It was that We gut the money nil rljtlu Hut a guy tfiat U pMc n in e tlwi Is as inenn dirt Eli Jlmr Well thut Uepcnds n-i lied Jtm, "upon thr iiiofho AGSOCIATIONS IXMX t NOT K OK P M" IP cwrv Ihuradftj ovtMiinH n, 1001 Half, fit K J H C. b II (Tot HIUN K LI S 7 A F A M ini first ard tnhtl hultitdtivi ".i li iiHMilh in I X V W-ill Hi H (Hi p in H r lumiwiu M w r RUFFATO Loix.f 1-1 I O P- nii t Is ni s on L (ji'SSJ-TT, 11 No 74 OAK Mit l- i-j Jlrsl lUlll Lblrd Swtli'f li in tint 1 dA it Mhi I C  Y, F T I BUFFALO No >iw M W of Mftets m I'diul and fmit lli Siiturtlaj ticfa month mint} Mull m Jims KAI ih H V C- J U (T Ueik. 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