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THW EVENING BOLIil-TIV: HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1!H)0.
T yt'jLl"Wii - ,,
bevi-nigf oy tins tiuu'-iitiit m- tumui,
hnntU with lior wliru lie wi-nt nwny
but In' did not si'om to linvc really seen
her, n Tnct tlmt U little credit to thine
powers or ohxervntlon I luive rcuinrU
ed upon. Nannie's perceptions weie the
better subject for praNc tills time. As
I toasted myself over our one open lire
after Amy hud gone to lied Xuiinlo
came niul snt ilowu liy mo. After piz
Ins Ions Into the sinking cnnls she
broke tlie silence by sayltiir:
"Mr. Dm by Is a great painter, Isu't
"lie's n tnlubty good one anyhow," I
answered. It nlwnys M-eiticU natural
to talk Tennessee to Nannie.
"Does be take pupils?" she naked.
"Dear me, I'm nfrnld not. However,
I don't kuow but lie might. Do you
want to study with blinir"
"It wonis ns If I must bo making up
my mind, doesn't It. Cousin Adeline?
Mamma thinks I'm u.'iMltn,' the win
ter, nud she counts on It so. I think
I'd like to paint better than anything
I know of. Mr. Darby makes It so In
terestltiK when bo talks about It, I
doesn't be? Uc mado inc. feel ns If I
understood, tboiiKb It's all mixed up In
my uilud now. Do you think I could
ever pnlut any, Cousin Adeline? I waa
such n good scholar at school, except
In arithmetic and algebra. You would
not need them In pnlntlng, would you?
Hut up here I don't secin ns bright ns
mamma used to think I was."
The gentle little mouth looked dan
gerously tremulous, nnd I hastened to
toady It with a kiss and to declare
that we'd sec at oncu If she could uot
have lessons from Carlton Darby.
At least that was better than having
bcr plunged into medicine, which wai
Cousin .Mine's latest suggestion. I
went to seo Mr. Darby the next day.
Amy win so Inhumanly full of her
sense of the saciedness of paint that I
knew she would be no effective ally, so
I went alone to the pleasant old work
shop btiidlo. The painter, In bis shirt
sleeves, opened the door. Uc gave mo
a chair In silence, gravely put ou his
coat as If be were performing soma
established ceremony nud then snt
down ou a three legged stool In front
"How are yon, nud bow Is Miss Mil
man?" be asked, after a moment's do
lay, when I did uot, ns usual, find i
wny to open the conversation myself.
"I wish you'd nsk nbout the other
member of our household," I exclaim
ed. "It would give mo a chanco to be
gin what I hao to say."
"The other mem oh, tho little Teu
ncsseo glil! Ye, t remember her
"Do you think you remember her
vroll enough to bo icndy to tnko her as
"A pupil In painting?" Tho accent
Vti not rcntssui lug. "Now, Miss Ad
ilngton, you know hold on though. I
JJe shnoli kihcs Willi ttrtihui fictunf
don't know. There Is n glil here, Miss
Kobamond Giles. Do you know her?
She's got talent, tho real thing. She's
wanting to study with me, nud her
people won't let her unless I hae a
class. Your little girl would make a
class, don't you think? I'd like to
teach Mlhs (Jlle.i. I think I could do n
good ileal for her. She's done somo
quite stunning llttlo things already.
Your what'rf her name? Miss Cald
well could come nloug nnd learn what
she could. What Is she taking It up
for? Oh, well, 1 don't suppose It will
do her any hpcclnl harm. Send her
along. I'll find out vthcu Miss (J lies
enn come. Her mother said she'd con
sent If 1 bad some other pupils, nnd I
guess one will do."
"Do you think D.tihy Is nt nil In Ioo
with Itos-nmoud Ullcs?" 1 linked Amy
when I got home. "He seemed quite
tilled with enthusiasm nbout teaching
her. He never thought of Xauulo ex
cept ns n means to tlmt end."
"Miss Clles Is u mighty gifted young
painter, worst luck to her!" mummied
Amy ns she went ou milking dabs nt
tbo canvas befote her nud dividing
Hcowllug stales between It nnd her
"nrrnugeiuunt" nt tho other end of the
Owing to Mr. Daiby's special Inter
est In Mlsstillcs, Nannie had the privi
lege of golug to the Mndlo every day
She spent three hours there, nnd the
henveuly bodies weie not more prompt
and coiihtnut In their movements than
I did not suppose Mr. Dai by nnd
Miss (Hies cared to l disturbed by n
visitor nnd wus glad enough to tlud a
reason for dismissing Nannie In her
would be professional capacity from
my mind. So, ns Cousin Anne wus
satisfied nnd the child seemed con
tented, I bothered not n whit ns to
what she was doing. I supposed It
was nothing, but In that supposition I
stupidly failed to take account of those
powers .of self defense with which
naturalists tell us every creature Is In
some fashion endowed.
About teu weeks after the lessons be
gan there was n rnp at my door Inte
one night, nnd Nannie camo In, look
ing uncommonly hlootulng nud softly
"I have something to tell you, Cousin
Adeline," she said, stopping In the
center of the room, with her proper
little bands clasped together before her
belt nnd her gentle ejes fixed niyste
rlously upon mine.
And, If you please, her news was
that she was engaged to be man led to
Cnrltou Dai by.
How ardently I embraced herl With
what respect I gazed at herl 1 fell a
sense of gratitude- to thlugslu general.
I low well the old solution still
served, nfter nil! What n loosening
wns hoic of the hard knots which the
march of civilization, the evolution of
society nud n misguided pnrent had
been tying for these patlcut small lin
gers! Conversation with Nannie was Im
possible. She was mute nnd deaf, nb
sorbed In bcr own emotions, so I
tucked Iter nwny In her bed she wns
staring out Into space with shining,
unseeing eyes when I turned out tbo
gas and betook myself to Amy.
Not to have patronized tho enthusi
asm that waked her from her first nap
would have been more than humnn.
"My dear girl," sbo began, "do I
bear you talking ns If mnrrlago were
a convenience,? One would think you
bad Just got the eldest of seven plain
daughters off your hands. And you
nlwnys think so much nbout your
social problems. This Is not nn nn
swer. It Is Just nn uceldeiil."
Then, dropping this affectation of a
coldness no woman eer fell nt "itch
Dew, she broke foilli:
"lint how do you sii pnso It cniin
nbout? He ceitalnl.v has nut courted
her here. I neer pie him the chance
the few times he has i -line I dldu'i
Biipposo be cared to fpenk to her
When ho comes io see ,uti tonmnow
I'd claim It ns my Mgl.i io know nil
the details If 1 weie jou. He'll lliluk
(hat Is customary If yon loll him i I
know be will. Itul w lint me you K"lii(
to say to Mrs. Caldwell? How iiImui
your stewilldshlpV I'lilx l-n'l ad,iin
I replied that ui le;it .Vaiinle h.'H
taken highly Independent model u
ground In conduct Inn her uiatrlmonlnl
alliance. Her mother would Ihmc t
tnko that as her emit illuil Ion to the
cause of universal en .inrlp.illoli.
I did uot del he Hindi Information
from my Interview with Mr. Dnrl.
Uc sat In our Utile p.ulor, looking
ridiculously lare .1 ml indlaiit nud
quiet, and seemed to Had all talk sn
perduous. He w ns tlnely unnpolo- j
getlc ns possible, but lie did nU me In
the unilcitone of nn aside If ho onglii
not to write to Mrs Caldwell. Mis
Caldwell gave no tumble. She took
n somewhat grb ed. teproncliful tone
for n time, but Mr. Dai by wns nn eli
gible man, so far as Strntbboro stand
ards could bo applied to him, nnd tbo
Inherent delight of seeing n daughter
happily married really overlloodcd all
the supcrtlclnl ambitions of her later
years uud eien, I doubt not, cheered
her under tho a III let Ion of Mrs. Krnin
ley's satisfaction In the turn of events.
Sho did write to Nannie and to me
that at lenst In thus innrrylng n paint
er Nannie would bo enabled to coir
tliiuo her study of art, but Nannie
said to mo, with Hint complete con
clusiveness Hint even the veriest mouse
of n wninnn assumes In such sit mi
"Mr. Dai by does not wish mo to try
to paint If 1 don't want to, nnd I don't
think I do. He wants to paint me,
and ho says n sympathetic model Is
half n painter's battle, nnd I would
lather help him that wny."
Meanwhile Amy, roused to nn excep
tions nud praiseworthy Interest In con
temporaneous human life, bad speed
ily visited Miss Giles for the express
purpose of hearing what she could of
Nannie's courtship. Miss Giles could
tell her eiy little, but this Ignorance
wns In Itself highly Interesting, for
sho wns Just rccoveilng fiom a four
weeks' Illness, of which. If you will
believe me, the Machlnvcliau Nannie
had told us never n word.
Tbo followliic,' descilitlou of a coach
made by C'.iinus, a l-'ieueh niecha
nlclan, for the ntuiiseiiient of LouN
XIV when a child reminds one of the
wonderful etinlptiKes occasionally men
tloued In fairy uiIch.
The conch wa a small one, drawn
by two hordes, .mil contained the (!
ute of u lady within, with a footman
nnd page behind.
When this machine was placed nt
the extremity of u table of proper hIzc,
the coachman cracked his whip, and
the horr.es liiRiantly pet off, moving
their le's In n natural manner nnd
draggli)!,' the coach after them.
When the coach reached tho oppo
site edge of the table. It turned tdinrply
nt n rlfjht tingle tiud proceeded nlotis
the ndjnceut ed(;e. Ah soon an It or
ilcd opposite the place where the
kin;; sat It stopped, the page descend
ed and opened the coach door, the
lady nllKlitcd nnd with n conitcsy pre
sented a petition which she held In
her hand to the kin;;.
After wnltlnx some time she npaln
courtcsled and returned to the car
rlaKe, The page closed the door, mid,
hnvtiiK resinned his place behind, the
coachman whipped Ida hoibes and
The footman, who had previously
allKhted, ran after the carrhiKC and
Jumped up behind Into his forrucr
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A father, tlimn;h entitled to, Id uot
bound to collect the waia-s of his minor
son or refiiuc lihn the I'lulit to do so,
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Maronna! ol Kltl l ,if MaeVerd
I'ulatnein la M litre il'ltotel
Apple Tie Htnl Cliectc.
WIIITH CAKK.-Vhltej ot all ecet. tour"?
in iimir. tun t mm aiumr. mi nut iiiiitp
J one cup milk, tno trappoons baking ponUn
s ptnt of Irntlts, put Ihom on U cous lth 4
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a i.kmi . Mil ii' .I'ln aitar ui u ail air
lowly anJ dimmer until icr toft anJ the
water It rriluccO nne1ulf. Turn limn Into 'j
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J If some of It nceim to cllinr to the hulls,
tempo me nuni oui inio a pan anu our one
cup of lolling water oicr them. Stir well V
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$ three en,,, milk. .r.,,r,llng ... ,, .1.1, , tho
noun fttronst or ilellcate. When tjoiunir.
T thicken It with flour and butter cooked to- V
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T inn present me seining nnicn is so cis-
t paprika and acrro ntth waters or toasted ','
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me p,ui. o-
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Celery. Cailarc Canapta,
f.ej ot Mutton with Srani.h Onion..
Pancakes with Apricot..
t.EO 01' MUTTOV. Take a left tlh part
ot the loin attached, l'rorlde ono that hat
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Thump It nell and bind It with pack thread
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Imr and remote the flr.t and aecond rlnda;
put thiui Into a ati wpan with a ladle or
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)our mutton, drain, clean (rom fat and llu
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Mutere In a lemon and aenc up wills onlona
around It and pour ttie sauce ovir It.
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ItuiunnccM In llent Life
Whnt woultl the critics say of a to
mancer should he conjure up situations
such as these, nil of which nre from
real life? Por example, Lord Ityron
risking on the toss of a penny whether
or not bo should renew his suit to Miss
Mlllbnnk, by whom bis offer of mar
riage bad been several times refused.
"Heads" camo up. Ityron won bis
bride nnd regretted It cvernfteuwni-d.
Count Rumford, wisest of philoso
phers, spending four years In courting
La Volsslcr's widow, jet writing of
ber later, "1 bavo the misfortune to bo
mnrrlcd to one of tho most Imperious,
tyrnnnlcnl, unfeeling women that ever
existed, whose perseverance In follow
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wickedness In framing It."
My Loul Chancellor r.ldou innrrylng
his cook In fear of losing her services
and being rewnnled by lliidlng that as
"my lady" she Igunied the kitchen.
(ititzot, the grent Henchman, rulllng
In love with u woman through ber con
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when she. still unknown in liim, fell
III, cotllllllllug tlieui undei liei name.
In order that her Income might imt
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