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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 18, 189G.
A MOTHER'S TRIUMPH
I I know right nlong that Maurieo was
la tho lmblt of paying court to every
other womau of his acquaintance pro
vided alio was pretty, and irrespective
of tho fact whothor sho was married or
betrothed or not. Tho boy seemed to pay
no attention whatovor to details, but it
nover occurred to mo to bo joalous, ex
cept in tho oao of this Juliette.
His gallant adventures, his conquest1?
among theatrical ladies and young
women of all sorts what wcro they to
mo? Pah, it all struck mo as rather
nmusing. Indeed, I folt a sort of prido
seeing that emancipated a well as
strictly proper girls ran into his nets
liko fluttering larks attracted by .tho
glamour of his young fame, by his en
chanting disposition and his correct
And if you consider things rightly,
did not his success reflect credit upon
myself too? This artist who had becomo
famous In a night, whoso past was tho
promise of a mot brilliant future, was
ho not flesh of my flesh, blood of my
blood? I becamo a widow soon after his
birth and never entertained any other
wish but to And consolation in his love.
Because I had gladly relinquished every
thing in order to save tho means for his
education, the development of his tal
ents. Ills glorv was as frilly my work as
his personal beauty. At le.ist I thought
so, and think so still. Unlike other
mothers, I hud recognized his genius
fiom tho start, and hud nurtured and
helped expand it ; therefore was I not
entitled to sliaro in his greatness?
' And such a grateful child ho was;
full of tenderness for his old mother,
this sweetheart of an artist, this artist
in tho realms of love. Even before per
fect strangers ho used to call me "dour
est mamma." A big boy ho was, and
still eager to do my biddings at all
hours, to fulfill my slightest wishes.
Yet nono of bis teachers had ever sue
weded in subduing his independent
spirits. They might run after him ever
so long, tln'to ladies, boasting of his
acquaintance, I knew it well ho used
them only to kill time, chnnging sweet
he.uts as often us tho hor-es from tho
livery stable which ho rodo in tho I3oR
Tho only v.otiiaii that had any inlluenro
upon his life, his adviser, his confi
dant, sho that tilled his heart, was his
Ho met tins Juliette in middle class
society that wh icty which incliin s to
think itself of the first vut r and likes
to "coquet" with artists, because tho
great of thiswuild honor them with in
vitations. Phn was no longer a young
girl, had been flirting a good deul and
had stood several times on tho very
threshold of tho altar. I hated her at
first sight, but must admit sho was
pretty. Tho hair of tho red of English
mahogany, her complexion was of that
dull whiteness and was so excessively
dclicato one might bo afraid to spoil it
by a kiss. Add to this eyes of a very
peculiar, very dark, very moit green
ish tint, tho eolorof alga seaweed. Like
tho rest of them, sho fell in lovo with
Maurice, and my boy was equally in
fatuated with her, for every timo ho
linds a now lovo ho imagines, for tho
first six weeks at least, that it is tho
great passion. As for mo, I looked on
without a shadow of alarm. Tho great
passion indeed I Ho had enjoyed half a
dozen of tho sort sinco Christmas. Still
when Maurieo painted Juliette's por
trait her moist, cold, nlga oyes began
to mako mo uneasy. I read in them
nothing of that admiration, that limit
less dovotion, which other women paid
to aud felt for my boy.
Maurieo seemed to be in a stato of
disquiotude. Ho was nervous, excited,
disinclined for work. True, ho told mo
funny little stories us usual and tried
to appear unconcerned, bnt liis heart
was not in it.
Tlireo times ho began tho portrait
Anow, aud as often it turned out a fail
ure, Juliette telling him so plainly. Ah,
that girl knew not moderation in any
thing not even toward my Maurice.
Bummer camo. Sho was to leavo for tho
country. "I will try a fourth time,"
said Manrieo. ' 'Maybo that I am moro
fortunato in tho quietude of rural lifo."
Juliette's parents, you must know,
havo a chateau in tho Touraine, and in
vited Maurieo to spend a few weeks
with them. Of course, ho had to wait
bouic timo after Juliette's departure for
propriety's sake. But, oh, how tho sep
aration affected tho boy! His spirits al
ways depressed nnd his lovo of work en
tirely gone, his creative genius seemed
to havo taken flight. As for me, I suf
fered as much, for, poor boy, ho refused
to couildo his sorrows to mo. It was tho
first timo Unit ho did so. The name of
Dulietto never passed his lips, and when
I tried to turn tho conversation upon
tho loved subject loved hy him his
fuco hardened and his eyes looked fierce.
Aud that to me, hi9 old mother. Hud ho
ever done such a thing bcfoie? Ho was
entirely changed, this boy.
Ho went away. For a month aud a
half I was entirely alone, Ho returned
tho old and happy, devil may cure lad.
Vou should havo seen tho joyous man
ner in whicfylipKreotodme. Everything
was wcH as tar im ho was concerned.
IIo was to marry her.
I thought I should faint upon hearing
tho npws. I could no longer restrain
mysolf. I told him all I know of this
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