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Dy JOANNA SINGLE
Dr. John Dunham knew w hat he did
Dot want. Ho could nlxo Instantly rec
ognize what ho did wnnt when he saw '
It. These ti alts had been of use to I1I111
la working Ills wny through college, '
through medlcnl school nfler that mid 1
into n nourishing nrnctlco now two
yen re old.
In love ns in business it was the
same, only the girls he had thus far
met were undoubtedly the ones he did
not want. Dr. John's black gray eyes
were always on the silent quest of mi
unknown girl the thought of whom he
linked with the thought of roses. She
did not uppenr. lie wns thirty-two and
beginning to think he had missed her
mid wns deciding to delete ills spare
time entirely to rose culture wheu the
uo longer expected happened.
In September he went, with n col
league, Frederick Muyne, M. I)., to ft
medical convention in St. Louis. Seat
ed at tho formal banquet, lie looked
up, just across the table, at hcrl And
then he seemeil to huve nlivays known
flint nlin wnx nninll nml lilnml. with
the sweet delleney of a nlnk tea rose. 1
that her head was noised like a llower I
and that breeding and courage showed 1
In every feature and gesture.
Instantly the thdught of her as his
mounted to his head like wine, nnd his
look mot hers with nn Intensity that
made her eyes droop. He turned cool
ly to Mnync beside him und said In n
Look carefully at this ring on my
(,'er, and don't glare up. I want to .
ask a question. Who is she?"
Strangely enough, Mnyne knew who
"Dcnn Carroll's daughter, Rose," he
replied. Then ns they both looked up
carelessly he continued, "I may as well
tell you that I shall try to got her."
Choking back n senseless anger, trying
to realize that Mnyno had as good n
right to want her as he, Dunham an
"And I mny ns well tell you that you
havo me to work against. I shall do
At tho reception following John Dun
ham accosted his old professor, Dean
Carroll, shook hands and asked:
"Doctor, please Introduce mo to your
"Certainly, my boy with pleasure.
But" and tho old man laughed "I
"It's everlastingly too late, doctor.
All I ask of you Is not to tell her I
wanted to meet her and not to prnlse
mo to her." The serious eyes of the
young man checked the old man's
"Upon my soul! I believe you're in
"I warn you that I nra." Denn Car
roll looked Dr. John Dunham over
carefully from head to foot. Then ho
held out his hands.
"I wish you luck," he said slowly.
"You're as open now as you were dur
ing tho four years I knew you nt col
leen and lu rour success since. Your
tactics nro worthy of a general and
victory. Come along. Hut perhaps
you'd like me ttrst to suggest to her
that you're u dangerous character?"
John laughed contentedly.
"Hotter that than encomiums."
Itoso Carroll met her father's old pu-
nil nnnn the less crnclouslv because he
was tall and strong ana because mo
heavy, dark hair framing his handsome I
fuco was touched with gray. In fact,
he was so interesting that sho met him
with nn armor of protectli o resistance
beneath her grncioiisness. She was
used to easy victories over her admir
ers, but not anxious, though sho wus
on tho nlert, for her own Waterloo.
Thero was tlmo enough for that.
John began well. While deferential,
he wns not adoring; while entirely ap
preciative, ho was not insistent In his
enjoyment of her society, which ho
accepted wjth n sort of seemingly tran-1
Hlcnt spirit of camaraderie that piqued ,
her a little. Several times during tho
evening ho drifted carelessly baek near
her and watched with amusement ,
Mnyno's breakneck endeavor to mako
use of his tlmo to Impress his rather
ponderous personality upon tho girl.
Dunham asked permission to call next
IIo did call and was carelessly enter
tnlnlng. IIo lot himself go, Hhowlng
his renl self, speaking of his youthful
adventures In the west, of his roses at
homo nnd leaving a sort of nu Impres
sion that ho was a man Into whoso life
women had eutercd littlo nnd that they
wero to him a sort of pleasant relaxa
tion from workaday cares,
itoso found herself putting forth un
usual efforts to nlenso this man, who
was not, as others, apparently In tho j
leaBt subjugated by her charms. IIo
did not stay long, but as ho arose to
go ho unwrapped a long, slender par
cel ho had been holding, crushed tho
Usbuo puper In his lingers and put
ono perfect white rose Into her hand.
IIo luughed down into her eyes.
"I wanted to givo you a red one,
only" Tho significance of his tono
and his hesitation made her rlso to his
"Only you didn't darol" sho flnlshed
"Oh, I dared," ho replied coolly,
"but I thought I wouldn't-yetl The
best for tho lost, you kuow!" And
he left her trying to decldo whether
ho menut anything or nothing. Ah
ho wont out ho met Mayuo eutorlng
with a largo florist's box, nud during
Ii!a call ho had teamed that she was
leaving the next day for home. When
,he reached his oftlcn ho looked up tho
I Next morning at 7:r! he walked up
to the station. Just mound the corner
I en the platform lie huiv Hose Carroll
( mulling lit Miiyiie, who can led her
imilt ease mid 11 gient bunch of pink
carnations. Hcforo they saw I1I111 lie
Hlepped back Into the waiting room,
bought n ticket to tho next town north
ami kept out of sight until the train
' came In. lie swung on the rear plat
form, while Mnync, triumphant In his
moment of favor, put the lady Into 11 seat
mid bestowed her luggage about her.
As the train pulled out Dunham look
ed from his window In the smoker and
beheld Die Idiotically adoring face of
1 Mnync, who was waving ids farewell.
I When lie had smoked a long black
1 cigar John Dunham sauntered into
1 the next car. About the middle of
I the nlsle he stopped suddenly at a
"Why, Mr. Dunham 1"
Ho looked down and saw, with ap
parent surprise, Hose Carroll, blush
ing and smiling. lie removed his hat,
but innilo no effort to take the seat
which she had cleared for him beside
".Miss Carroll! So this Is your train
how pleasant! Lovely day, Isn't it?"
"Won't you sit down?" she asked,
a little timidly. And he did and went
on talking so carelessly and yet so
meaningly, so brightly and still so
seriously, that it seeuied to her but
a moment or two before he looked
from the window nnd stood up. Draw
ing n slender parcel from his pocket,
he unwrapped a single, long stemmed
"I must get off hero in order to get
back to uu important case with your
father. I only got on to tell you
goodby. Didn't want to Interfere
with Mnync nt the station. I can't
compete with tills floral generosity,"
und he laid the rose In her lap, "but
this Is to remind you that some day
I shall bring you that red rose" He
w" gone, wltliout touching Her Hand
1" farewell. She sat gosplng-pleased,
astonished, half angry, but completely
Interested. She looked nt the pink
rose. Then she tossed tho carnations
from the window and wondered how
In the world John Dunham had man
aged to obtain her promise to answer
Thereafter Dunliam wroto her not
regulurly, but When the fancy seemed
to seize him whlmslcnl, vigorous, Joy
ful, masculine letters, wholesomely
free from all lovcmaking. Sho an
swered, nnd sometimes when he was
very busy he called her up on the
long disUincc phone in lieu of a let
ter. Meantime Muyne had sent bush
els of flowers, had written ponderous
ly sentimental epistles and heaved
many ponderous sighs. Twice he had
gone to see his divinity, nnd on his
Inst call her lack of Interest In his
chiborato mention of Dunham raised
suspicion hi his slow but relentlessly
logical mind. On his return ho saun
tered into Dunham's olllcc.
"Morning, old man."
"Morning, Mnyne. Enjoy your vis
it?" How tho deuce did Dunliam know
he'd been a wny? May no hazarded a
"Yes, called on Miss Carroll. Write
to her, don't you?" Taken off guard,
Dunham udmltted tho soft impeach
ment and wns Instantly sorry. Mnyno
laughed with unctuous ninuscment.
"Thought you were too astute for
that, ltet she's got you going has
met Stringing you for all she's worth!
' I'ructiced hand! Great glrl-no end
popular. Knows how to do It, Miss
' Carroll." Dunham's anger rose, but
he answered carelessly:
"Look t0 yourself, Mayne. Guess I
can take caro of Johnny." But after
Mayne went tho tldo of his anger
surged toward Itoso Carroll. When
llA AAlllfl nil.H.l li .. l..H.nM
ho could stand it uo longer lie went
to tho phone, closing the door of tho
Innor otlico, and called up St. Louis
and Miss Carroll. After nn hour's de
loy ho got her and went strulght to
"Thnt you, Miss Carroll? Know who
this Is? Yes! Lovely spring day! I
wnnt to nsk you something. Korglvo
my bluntness, but I must know. Miss
Carroll, In your letters and nil havo
you meant everything or hnve you
been playing with me?" A long pause,
whllo ho listened Intently.
"No, I did not think so I simply ask
ed. I have not the tlmo nor the tem
per to play. You will forgive mo for
asking you? No, I can't tell you what
inndo mo think of such a thing. Yes,
some day I will. Certainly I bellove
you! wiiat amy 17 May 1 come
this week? Of courso I want to! But
I can't rench you till Saturday even
ing nud will havo to start back Sunday
morning. It's u long way, and connec
tions nro bad. All right goodby till
At -1 In tho afternoon of Juno 1 John
Dunham stepped from his train nt St.
Louis nnd went to n hotel to get rid
of his travel stains nnd appeaso his
About 7 ho emerged faultlessly at
tired, visited n florist and took a cub to
Dean Carroll's stately old home.
Itoso came to him In tho dim cnndlo
llght of tho library, a vision lu shim
mering grny, IIo had intended meet
ing her In his usual easy way, but tho
clamor of his heart and tho wine of a
certain proud yielding in tho glance of
her blue eyes swept him into speech
lessness. IIo stood long looking at her,
her hand still In his. Then ho dropped
the small huud back nt her side and
strodo out Into tho hall.
In a moment ho camo back nnd clasp
ed her warm littlo lingers about tho
stem of a glowing red roso.
"Tho red rose," ho said simply "tho
time for It is now, Isn't It?" ho ques
tioned qulotly, stepping back with Ills
arms straight at his sldo to look at her.
"Isn't it time, dear?" ho Insisted.
"Yes," sho murmured. "I" And as
ho did not finish, with a sudden long
ing ho held out both his hands to bar.
"Will you com, Hoso?" With tho
pride of a email queen, Roso Carroll
1 .nid her two bands In lib.
A Nihilist Infatuation
I 11 m a globe trotter.
One day when I wiih tramping In
Switzerland I met a young fellow who
asked If I could direct him to Inter
laken. I replied that 1 was going there
nnd if he would Join me I would
how him the wny. He did so, and we
walked on together. Ills features were
so cameo like that had they not ex
pressed a good deal of character 1
should have considered I1I111 very cf
He said he was n student, but when I
asked him at what university he stud
ied he evaded the question, pretending
not to have lifnrd It. The distance to
Interlaken was live miles, and before
we reached the place he had without
any effort on ills part gained n singular
Influence over me. I nm n believer In
transference of soul power, nnd I have
since attributed the young man's effect
upon me to deep emotions thnt were
at tho time absorbing his wholo exist
ence. On renehlng Interlaken wo went to
different hotels. I did not seo him
again during my stay there.
When the czar visited Purls several
years ago, on the day of his entry I
xtrolled out to see the imperial caval
cade. Turnlngfiom the Hue Itlvoll Into
the riaee de hi Concorde, n llgure came
hurrying townrd me, and ns It passed I
lecognlzed the young man I had met
in .Switzerland. I shall never forget
the expression on his face. I could not
read what that expression reflected
from the soul within; but, tho meeting
happening near the spot where the guil
lotine had been set up during the reign
of terror, I fancied him the specter of
one who had died that France might be
fiee. Notwithstanding that he was n
hoy, I could not help associating him
with Chin lotto Corday.
Some months later I was attending
an evening party nt Geneva, where I
was Introduced to a young girl, Mile.
Cabrlsklc, whoso face the moment I
saw It made me start. It was tho coun
terpart of that of the young mnn I hnd
met near Interlaken und afterward In
"M'sleu, why do you look nt mo so?"
"Mademoiselle," I replied, "I havo
met 11 young man who Is your very
"Oh, dear! When shall I cease having
to explain this matter? I havo a twin
brother. Doubtless It Is ho you have
met. People are always mistaking me
"Was he nt Interlaken a year ngo?"
"Let me see. Yes; I think ho was. I
am sure lie wns."
"And nt Paris during the visit of tho
Iter expression changed. She seemed
to bo trying to master some emotion.
"Did you meet him there?" sho asked
lu n w hlsper.
She gave mo n look as much as to
soy, "Let us change the subject."
I respected her wishes, but my curi
osity struggled with my politeness, for
I burned to nsk moro about Oils myste
rious brother. .
When I went home thnt night my
brain was In n whirl. Few people havo
thus come under a sudden dominating
Influence iw I did, and words are inade
quate to express or explain It to those
who have not. I only know that I was
on the verge of being madly In love. I
met Mile. Znbrlsklo several times dur
ing my stay In Geneva, pnsslng rapid
ly from one stage of Inthrnllment to an
other. One fine afternoon I went to her
house she wns boarding, but I did not
learn under whoso ehaperonago to
Keep an appointment with her to saun
ter on the banks of the blue lUionc. To
my astonishment, I was told that sho
hnd left Geneva. She had left no word
whero sho was going or nny message
for me. I cnllod at the house where I
had first met her, aud they told mo that
their acquaintance with her lmd been
short, nnd they could not, or would not,
tell 1110 how they had made It It seem
ed to me thnt I must find her or llfo
would be unbearable; but, having se
cured no clew, I did not know whero to
look for her. I visited different cities,
going often to theaters ami gardens,
but never in two years met either her
or her brother.
During that memorable Sunday when
tho workmen marched to tho Winter
palace and to slaughter I was lu St
Petersburg. For weeks after I saw
persons almost dully marched to prlsou,
and one morning whllo standing nt my
window a band of men and women
pnssed that I was told was starting
for Siberia. Among them I saw again
the woman who had Inthrnlled mo.
There was tho snmo expression on tho
face I hnd bo often -seen there, and I
now recognized It ns voluntary martyr
dom. What became of my faculties for
the noxt fow minutes I know not, but
when I camo to myself U10 throng of
exiles hnd disappeared.
I learned from a revolutionist that
.iibrlsklu was an assumed iiamo un
der w hlch the young devotee hnd gono
to Paris to try to nssasslnato the czar.
Iheru was no twin brother. Tho of
fense for which she had been exiled
was Inciting tho laborers to action In
deed, Inspiring them behind their bar
ricades. And now, nfter drawing on my bank
ers In America for tho half of my for
tune, 1 havo secured permlsslou to go
to Siberia to examlno Into the condi
tion of tho persons there with tho pro
tended view to counteract tho effect In
the western world of unfavorable state
ments of others. All I nsk Is that I
shall find tho olllcinUi iib reody to ac
cept bribes ns they tire reported to bo.
If so I shall bring back my love to life
aud liberty. P. A. MlTCUEL.
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