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SHORT STORY FOR
By I.awrenco Wood.
It was nearly fourteen jcara since wo
lind met; whin I was Just turning 21
and she about n year joungcr. It was
strange to consider this long lapse In
our acquaintance our very sentiment
al acquaintance. I could place my fin
ger on no definite reason for It, and,
doubtless, she would hae found It
equally difficult to do so. We had not
quarreueu, anci jet suddenly, after
seeing each other well nigh every day
of the week for rnthcr more than two
years, we had shot Into that long pe
riod of mutual neglect and Ignorance.
A few times I had wondered senti
mentally about her, and it Is posslblo
that sbo had wondered, in a similar
mood about me; but of Information
concerning her I had had positively
none for fourteen years. I did not
I.now whether she was dead or nllvo.
And then wo met on a railway plat
form. It would bo absurd to say that she
pad not nltercd at all In that, long In
terval; there must ho a vast differ
ence between n'glrl of 20 nnd a woman
uf 31, 8he was no loneor as slim as
the had been tho last time I had seen
her; there were n few shallow lines
nhout her eyes. But her personality
was unchanged. She had still tho
came laugh perhaps deepened n
jllttla; sho had the same Insistent trick
.of twisting her head slightly on one
side; It would he doing her Injustice
'to sny that sho was dressed In tho
nmo way, but somehow the fashions
teemed to havo slipped back to tho
stylo of fourteen years ago In a way
mat lasnions nave.
I Jumped out of on adJolnlnc com.
rnrtment, nnd wo almost collided on
"Uood gracious!" she exclaimed.
onu men new out her hand heartily.
I shook It with enual hpsrtlneu.
Suddenly I was very glad to seo her.
kunougn it i nad never seen her again
i uouoi mat I snould have been con
sclous of nny loss. We gavo up our
uckcis onu passed trio barrier.
Which way are you going?" sho
esked with something of the old famil
iarity of tonu and manner.
Suddenly I found that I was not go
nig In any jrhrtlcular way; that I was
eolng In any way that happened to bo
ner wuy, ir sho would let mo I Intt
mated this as discreetly as posslblo.
"Then will you glo mo some tea!"
I would havo given her oceans of
When wo had settled down over tho
tea table, sho remarked, "It Is a long
time slnco wo did this sort ot thing
I tried to add up tho years and found
It difficult. At last I camo to tho
light total fourteen.
"My word!" sho observed. ."It does
tnako ono feel old, doesn't It? I sup
poso you nro married t"
"N'o," I replied. "Aro you!"
"Havo been," she replied, lifting up
rcr teacup in a peculiarly character
Istlc way of hers, n way which I rec
ognized with a little thrill of delight.
"lou mean that" I said, with
illglit feeling of nnnoyanco.
"I mean that I am a widow. Yes."
And sbo laughed, as though it vtcro
"I'm Lorry " I began, Insincerely
"I'vo got over that, thanks," sho In
terrupted, "i snook It off six years
ago. Ana sho laughed again.
I was silent. I did not wish to ask
Indiscreet questions, and yet It was
dllflctilt not to ask any questions at
all, nnd It seemed that any question
might bo Indiscreet.
She appeared to notice my heslta
"Oh, my husband was all right," sho
bald. "But wo didn't hit It very well,
I'm afraid. I daro say I was a bit of
a trial. Wo weren't Butted to each
other; that was whero tho trouble
came In. And bo you havo been wiser
lhan I was."
I was Inclined to Bay that I had been
Jess forgetful, but It would havo been
rather dishonest, nnd might havo soun
tied a bit silly; and I knew how keen
r.er sense of humor could be on occa
tlon, and how merciless her laughter.
She finished her tea, and said that
ho wns late, although sho did not
mention for what sho was late.
"I suppose I shall seo you again V
"I liopo so," I assented, very earn-
Sho took nut a card case. "That's
v hero I'm living." She hnnded mo n
I had nn Inspiration.
"Will you moot mo one evening nt
i:nir-past o at tho top of Norfolk road?
For n moment sho stared nt mo, ns
:f wondering what ailed my mind; then
Bho saw my meaning, and laughed,
"night out thero!" sho exclaimed.
"Why not?" I asked, glancing nt her
card, "lou can tako a green 'bus all
"But It seems so silly," sho protest
It was scnslblo enough fourteen
years ago," I reminded her.
Sho looked pleased at tho Idea, and
rnld: "Well, It certainty seems silly,
hut It would ho rather fun."
"What do you say to Friday?" I sug
Outsldo tho teashop we waited for a
.us. "Don't forget," I said. "Half.
past 5, And, ot course, you will como
from tho QrcVIUo street end."
'And you will bo thero a quarter of
nn hour before tho tlmo?" sho said.
"Most certainly," I assured her.
She laughed rather mockingly, but
I felt certain that sho was not a little
And then tho 'bus came along, nnd
she Jumped In and nodded "Good-by" to
mo as sho had nodded "Good-by" to
mo so many times fourteen years ago.
On Friday I was at tho corner of
Norfolk road not a quarter, half an
hour before, tho time. It was fourteen
years slnco I had. waited at that cor
ner, and yet nothing seemed to havo
nltcred. Tho warm sun shono on the
big lilac bush that hung over the wall
so fragrantly, ns It had hung over tne
very same wall, in tho very same way,
beneath tho very same sun fourteen
years ago. It was true, that the house
had different eoloredfsun blinds to the
windows, otherwise It had not changed
In the least, Tho name of the road
was still painted up in the same plain
black letters; doubtless It had been
repainted many times since I had
seen It last; but the style ot the let
tore was exactly the same. How my
beart used to beat at the very sound
ot that road's name! With what a
thrill had I addressed my first letter
tncrel I was very joung then not
more than 19 young enough to thrill
through and through. And, miracle ot
miracles, sixteen jenrs later found
that I was not too old to thrill. For
cs I stood at that familiar corner nnd
(.tared down that familiar road, I
found, my heart beating with some
thing of Its youthful rapture. There
was a sound uf freight trucks, shunt
Ing on tho neighboring railway line, a
lound that I had almost learned to
lovo becnuso I had heard II so often
bt that corner. "Clank, clank, clank,
clank" It went, and the tears of happl
ness, expectant excitement, almost
camo into my eyes, I had looked at
my wntch Impatiently, as 1 had looked
at It sixteen jears ago; now It was a
gold watch and valuable; then It had
been a sliver wntch and Incxpcnslv
a boy's treasured property.
At last I snw her coming. There
vns the name unmlitnkablc wnlk that
rny ejes had watched lor so eagerly
sixteen, fifteen, fourteen years ngo.
"iracsn I this seem funny? ' she sam,
mc Hliook hands.
It's delightful'" I said fervently
Well, 1 think It's rather nice." she
remitted, and glanced up at me, almost
Instinctively wo turned to tho rlirht
nnd went up tho hill. Sho asked mo
hundreds of questions about raj self.
u nai nan I been doing all these years?
And sho wns frank of Information as
Jo her own history. She thanked her
Mars that sho had no children, nnd,
although It did not seem to concern
me, i thanked my stars on that ac.
count, too. Each of US could tell a
inlo of tolerable worldly success. Wc
were both comfortably off. Perhaps
tl wo had been as comfortably off
fourteen jears ago wo should not bavo
lost sight of each other.
Wo walked on to where the trams
started, and clambered onto ono of
them. It was probably not the tram
that wo had clambered onto fourteen
rears ago. In fact. It Is almost certain
that it Is not, for fourteen years ago
our tram had been drawn by a pair
oi nnrscs, wnuo tins ono went by clec
triclty. But, seated side by side un
iter tho golden evening sunlight, wo
Ignored tho progress of science: The
tram whirred and grated along, but
our 'reminiscent ears could almost
latch tho clatter of horses' hoofs.
And tho golden sun sank lower and
tast longer shadows, until the dusk
camo and tho stars twinkled out faint'
ly, to bo dimmed by tho staring arc
lamps at tho roadside. In this way
tho summer stars had struggled with
the arc lamps fourteen years ago,
"It seems llko yesterday when we
nsed to tome up here nearly eveiy
evening, doesu t 117 sho observed.
When tho tram stopped finally, wo
descended and emerged from the
crowded main street Into a neighbor-
hood of dimly lighted thoroughfares,
full ot old brown brick houses almost
Uldden away In their long, leafy gar
"I)d you know whnt I feel like?'' sho
"I feel like 'ono of a courting cou
lie." And sho laughed.
"I fancy 1 am one," I assured her,
"You don't mean to sny "
"I do." I assured her.
"But after all these years!" Bho
.irotested. with an incredulous tone In
her voleo, although I fancy thero was
not ho much Incredulity In her mind,
lor somehow halt a generation had
kllnncd from her. too,
"Nover mind about those years," I
raid. "And I doubt If there have been
anv vcars. Wo wcro here last night."
And as we walked sho took my
r.rm affectionately, as sho had taken It
fourteen years ago,
People and Things
'Tho Balanced Life." By Clarence
Lnthliury Cloth. 12mo., 200pp.
Tho Nunc Licet Press, 42 West
Coulter St., Philadelphia; il not.
A very neatly bound and well iirint.
ed book by tho author of several works
wntcn havo been very highly praised
by Markhnm, Bishop Vincent, Julian
Hawthorne. Mrs. A. D. T. Whltnov and
Mr. Lathbury has a ready nen. and
his Ideals are high. I have no doubt
that ho has tbo ability to write (and
perhaps has written) helpful books.
This particular book, however, seems
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of life's probloms ll.tlo help.
Its thoughts seem pure, but they
fly llko fleecy clouds In a wind, high
abovo one's head. Such expressions
us "vlbratlvo harmony," cosmos, cha
os, sunconsclousness, oneness, music
of tho spheres, &c, aro surcharged
with mcanlnglessness, and convoy the
Impression ot the uttcranco ot an ov
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It is all very nlco-soundlng to call
upon men to bo one with tho Infinite,
to grow llko the flower and tho tree,
to havo an open heart life Nature
but how are you going to do It?
With doubts and fears, with, mate
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pleasant phrases which aro filling up
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"The peace and sanity of tbo stnrs"
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But "Take root In tho very heart of
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the definition ot "Lovo" written In nn
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"Love Is the concatenation ot hyper
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end the subliminal ponclllngs on tho
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Theosophy, Suggestopathy, Osteopa
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These aro Bomo ot tho titles of Tod
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