Clipped From The New York Times
dis- The attunif mtum mm A m. iWm 1. - i . , - . i.viii iiiw r ik 'i l sine. and the only weapon the wolf hunter cari rled waj beneath the body of the ferocious brut. Waf,n itmni, . ni , 1. ' ' . ly across the snout wjth his quirt Then he i. . . .' . uinier ni growling besst to aecure his pistol. Instantly his arm was snlsed by the animal and the flesh torn from the wrist 1 Wst-on Wst-on Wst-on resched over snd grsl.bed his guii with his left hand. The wolf still had the hunter's right hand havf faVAfiffl hi at f am rt ssest mn- mn- .UmU i a ... InduHttlpualr. Watfloh- retained hin presence fi uiiiiu niiu ureu Twofnmn into tn beaut. wan lon-ra lon-ra lon-ra o d vpry careiui to avoid wriunrllntF lila hnria utlll tk. sseiMi -ai -ai " , -"- -"- -"- -" -" ants caiiiiitaa, uili not release his hold. -"- -"- -"- ea-.Fs ea-.Fs ea-.Fs m9 we Hit I ej'cVriU K an4 rtlnnoHniv Avnss tha -vnti -vnti va i. v.p,. v v ' me iiiaiiits an u ." ream -ing -ing in aponr. Thla made the r!der aim Itntftarraln s7miaa leAa St ? . n t m uiRvitaui. i iui Uiiiro lie- lie- urtrtl HI lllf WOlt. and had but on? shell left In his ann. Blood U0 DiiniuiuB asvaas s, lie I1UU lr S H rm Hnu leg, the horse was covered with blood, and , V. n htmI n.n . J I . 1 ...... v ie nun u uicruiug pruiuseiy. nun an effort the wolf-slayer wolf-slayer wolf-slayer thrust his revolver In. a . . a m m. V. I - 1 . . . ,,.iv, "'vju.ii LUC LUIIUUB. KTHSl, Bnu at the risk of blowing off his own band, fired Ka . I I T II I . . ,. ., iiiru niiu me airugrung tar get. The wolTa head was blown off and the body dropped on the prairie. - Weak from loss of blood. Watson climbed down, tied up his wounds, and throwing the niniiio., .i-i .i-i .i-i yam itm iif'riH? aiariea xor nome. VI:. 'V. I. irainrr cov ering he had over his limbs alone prevented ,,- ,,- wuiq iui ii irum iiiv uoqr, watson declares this to have: been the most exciting exciting experience 6f his long service as a wolf hunter. The animal was a female, and -.- -.- -.- iu iiiiiik n nu some Vim! riM In Ik. Imm.il at. u . Ul i . l attack occurred or. she would not have fought so hard. Most of the animals killed by the wolves are not devoured, but their blood Is sucked In this manner It takes several young cattle cattle to satisfy a very small number of wmvea. w "."i ui xuusen en counters had with wolvea during hia service.