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For the Stomach's Sake
an occnsionnl glass of beer
is very good. It is a well
established fact that
contains corrective and tonic
qualities which make it in
valuable to the run-down
system . . . Apart from its
medicinal properties Primo
is an ideal beverage, well
suited to the requirements
of this climate.
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?y Keith Gordon
Copyright, 1P0I, lijr Kroner Wllwn
Sociology wns at the bottom of It,
but what wuh responsible for the so
ciology Is beyond tlio writer's knowl
edge. When tho corners of n woihiiii'h
mouth turn upward and the tips of her
fingers curl over ho slightly buckwurd
It In safe to tiHstimu that she whs In
tended for the decorative rather than
the useful purposes of life. Dame Na
ture urrnuges these little matters to
l-'nte, by way of showing herself In
other like little wnves across his qutv
nrlii),' lips, while his eyes held a bun.
lred dancing smiles. Then suddenly
I the lights went out, and his face was
I all humble, Haltered gravity.
"I'll do my bent, miss," he replied,
'though, as to having thought the mat
I ter out for myself, 1 can't claim that
I have. Htlll, we -us union men- think
! labor ought to have a chance, and
we're going to have It ton. We'll have
1 capital on IU knees to us yet! We'll
knock the props from under It, and
don't you forget HI"
With thinly concealed anxiety the
anxiety of one who was playing a part
und who wondered If be had done well
he watched the effect of tyls words.
Hut he need hnve had no fear, for his
listener had no standard by which to
Judge him. She bad listened with slow
ly kindling eyes and the general ap
pearance of one coming Into touch
with the realities of life for the tlrst
When at last the car halted at Co
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Kuril to Miss Sinclair, provided that 1 1,lmlm llL' uUzhWtl with the cunvlc
loung liulv Willi a Imnk n,.,.,M,f ,,t ' tlon that the man In the blouse bad
rather astounding size. This possibly lllfust;i1 n ow Interest Into life, while
had something to do with the depres- I ll0- "9 thu cnr coustl'(1 ,,ow" ,l"' 1,in
slou of mind that drove her Into the lnt0 lIurIu"'. stared blankly after her
disappearing ngure ior n hucoihi aim
then burst into uncontrollable laugh
serious Held of sociology, the very
rich und tho very poor being In prne
tlcnlly the sume predlcument. To have
every wish grntltled Is In effect us
crushing as to have no wish gratllled.
This Is as plain as n pikestaff, and It
doubtless had something to do with
Murclu Sinclair's unnatural thirst for
In consequence she might hnve been
seen almost any day that winter wend
ing her way up to Columbia, clad In
nustcre tailor iiuule gowns nud curry
ing n book or two, us the "outwtird
vlslblo sign" of her Inward Intensity.
Sociology, she decided at the start,
should begin nt home, and thereupon
'The Joke's on mo," he confided to
himself ruefully. "It seems, then, that
blood doesn't always tell and that It
does take the tullor to mnke the niun."
He glanced at the address she hud
scribbled on a slip of paper for him,
shrugged his shoulders and narrowed
bis eyes thoughtfully, the outcome be
ing n decision that Hhe needed the les
son, llesldcs, the corners of her mouth
In the days that followed Miss Sin
clair was more and more amazed at the
Intelligence, ns well as the contrudlc
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she abandoned her carriage and took i tlo,,H' of J01!'! C'uyton. elec rlclun. Ills
to street curs, thereby seeing more of B"0l't'l, W0I,M I1' " w,th n R,"0(. ,
real life than she ever had seen before. v Ka"e, t"B ' n m ' ',l3
In this wis,. .. wiMtnr ...,. ...... I fhiHS. then, without warning, break In-
by, keeping step, It seemed to her, with '".A1!" V1?"1 T "I,),lltlnKI " ,r , ,
n grim, stupefying monotony. Whether , "".knecd Plirnneiil Mere back-
sho looked backward Into the past or ' knwA I'1"! " exclaimed fervently
in inc iiimsi oi u uiscuhhiuii unu uii).
"You see, miss. In your en-vy-ron-ment"
he accented tho third syllable strong
ly "you can't see the things that I
Bee." Never by nny cbunco did he tise
her surname. Yet his munner at times
and bloiuo boarded the car. Something I -ln inomc," or HClr rorgetruiness, sue
in ii,. , i, n-.i,..i i -, ... .5 i funded verged upon perfection. Nov-
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forwnrd Into the future, the view was
tho same a blur of gray dnys huddled
together by tho perspective.
She was listlessly thinking none such
thoughts ns these on her way to n lec
ture ono dny when n mnn lf overalls
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"Might be the Emperor William trav
eling Incog.," she mused ns her aroused
glance took In the square set shoulders,
clear cut fuco and crisp hair. A fow
months earlier It would not have oc
curred to her to notlco u mnn In over
nils nnd blouse nt nil. Seen from her
cnrrlngc, they hnd been mere shadows,
by no means human beings. Now all
was different. Though she began to
suspect thnt the pursuit of knowledge
was only another of the endless make
shifts by which wo strivo to forget the
cnuul of life, sho had learned ono cardi
nal fact-nnmoly, that tho humblest
worker shures all tho most lmportnnt
things of life with tho greatest poten
tate. Tho young workman menntlmo had
dropped into n corner scat, thrown ouo
er In her life had she. met with such
contradictious. And never In her life,
she mutoly ndmltted to herself nt Inst,
In n stnto of breathless dismay never
had she met a man ho entirely Interest
ing. Of himself he spoke but little, but
sometimes In the very midst of some
deep question ho would catch a soft,
absent, woman look In the eyes flxed
Intently upon him n look that had to
do not with wealth, position or the bet
torment of tho working classes, but
thnt mado him grow strangely warm
and Inwardly call himself a brute.
It was at n dinner party three months
after their first meeting that tho un
masking took place one blinding Hash
of surprise when Mr. Harrington was
presented to her, nnd then Miss Sin
clair wns herself ngnln.
"Well?" be murmured brazenly when
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leg over tho other nnd, with nu arm ex- ho found himself seated besldo her at
tended along the back of tlie seat, turn- the table,
ed a preoccupied glance out of tho
window, thereby prescnUng to bis vls-n-vls
n prollle Uint, io say tho least,
bespoke nbsolute physlcul Integrity.
His bunds, sho noticed with growing
wonder, though large and powerful,
were of the sort most frequently seen
protruding from the sleeves of modish
tweeds or knowing tuxedos. Emerg
ing from tho sleeves of n blouse they
were nothing short of sturtllug, nnd
"I'rny, whnt Is your renl name, and,
If I may ask, do you regard life ns n
bnl masque?" Deftly sho nmnnged to
Impart to tho question that elusive
touch of Insult tho use of which Is one
of the most delicate arts that society
baa to touch, nut Harrington did not
"John Clayton Ilarrlngton, electrical
engineer, who has n mind to kuow
street railways from the ground up,"
Miss Slnclulr wns stirred by nn Inter- ho answered sturdily. At the unswer a
est Uint degenerated into curiosity, sudden gladness leaped Into her eyes.
What manner of workman could he bo IIor head wns bent low; her voice
who wore all the habiliments of toll changed.
with tho air of one descended from u , "I I "" g'nd. I should not want you
Uirouu for an hour's masquerading? i to he insincere!"
W lUi an abrupt turn of the head, un-
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canntly suggestive of his having heard
her mute query, lie turned aud received
her puzzled glunco full In tbo face.
For a moment they stared at each oth
er with the undisturbed frankness of a
pair of children; then Miss Sinclair,
with nn ncuto recollection of tho new
ly ncqulred fuct Unit tho humblest of
Home people hold that knowledge
may bo obtained both on land and sea,
but Captain Luno wus by no means
ono of these, ills code was simple
wise people forsook Uio land ns soon
as possible nnd returned to it only for
the enforced Idleness of old nge.
It wns during his own lntter dnys
withdraw irr 7!, T U ""T1 "t I-" HaVonKU,as," ward ao
It was for this reason that sho did ..foniiMi, ..,, inliii.i. .. .....
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not seo tho slight twitch of tho lips
that had followed tho open amazement
of her glunco.
When, later In tho day, sho recalled
tho little sceuo Uint followed sho could
And but ono excuse. It wns nn up-
foolish young lnndlubbers." Ono day
tho captain uindo a statement In re
gard to Uie location of Japan which
ono of these young persons ventured to
As tho captain regarded him with
silent scorn tho young man went Into
Hare of thnt madness which a certain , the house, up to his room und uresent
phllosopher had loug since discovered y returned with n large atlas
as lurking In each nnd every human I "Now seo here, Captain Lane," lie
brum- ! wld stubbornly, "I want you to look
A quick, resolute desire to know who nt UiLs map, please."
and what ho was had seized her, nnd "Why, young man," said thu cap
for twenty-live years sho had been ac- tnln Indignantly, "do you calculate I'm
customed to getting what sho wanted. . going to put on my specs to look nt a
Wns he not by ever' token n mero I picture book got up by n man that, so
workman, a man of tho sort Uint I far from follcring tho sea, nover mado
might como to to Ox tho electric wires so much ns n slnglo v'ynge, moro'u
or solve plumbing mysteries? Why, likely?"-Youth's Compnnlon.
then, should sho hesitate to address
lllm? I Grnlua lulnilrnl to "I'rlzea."
Lifting her eyes, sho leaned forward ' There Is not In cxlstenco n single
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with tho sereno blandncss of n queen great opera, oratorio, symphony or In-
nddresslng n subject. deed nny One pleco of musical art
"Pardon me" tho voice wns very which Is Uio result of the nrlzo uvstem.
winning, but tho dullest could not hnve There is "Cnvullerln," which Is drivel,
mlullmlltpuf .ul It llfnu t.i.inn 4 n..t- Ilium n fn .lilt. to ...abI.i. ...l.tl.
............... .,w, ,v .. ureUi,i , t,ut ....U . uuiut nmn nuicu uru worse inrprrKi'r ni'Mt
in Inferior perfectly nt cuso-"panlon ' SrlveJ, but no one cnu unmo to mo n ' LIli jLlilN 1 Ll 1 I
uio, uiu i wiiiim-i ii juu wuuiu uiiliK luuiij nun trura iiiui huh won a prize.
It verj' strango If I asked you u few ' Tho reason, Uiough apparently rldlcu
(lueHtlons. I'm Interested Jn labor lously simple, Is nulUclent. In music
unions," she conUnued, with n boauti- Uio big men contemptuously refuso to
ful directness, "and I should so llko to compete for prizes. I know that In
hear labor's side. Excuse tho person- (culpture It Is otherwise. Stevens' Wei
oltty, but you have tho appearance of . ilngton nffatr, which, Uiey toll me, is
a workman who thinks for himself I Kopt In a cellar somewhero. Is proof of
Bhe got no further, for somcUihig In
the man's face transformed her Into
r picture of frozen dignity. Hippies
of mlrUi seemed to bo chuslng each
thut. Hut thero Is not a Uno prize piny,
prize picture, prlzo poem, prlzo pleco of
music. Still, what baa failed a thou
sand times may succeed Uio thousand
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