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u 1'uono zib.
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I Looking For a
"Dy Taylor XOhitt.
J Copyrighted. 1W7. by C. II. RiitcUlte. jj
"Who It the glrir asked Urndley.
Kltvood held out his hand for tho al
bum. "Hanged If I know!" ho answered n
lie glanced nt the photograph. "That
un off the last film roll I h.ul. I
snapped It vu the train Just ns wo
were pulling out. l'rolt) llttlu thing.
llrndlcy nodded. To him the pictur
ed girl was more than pretty Sho was
beautiful. She leaned ngnlii't I lie sldo
of tho door of the waiting room, evi
dently wntchlug thu passing uf tho
train, mul tho uncon:cluiiejs of her
poio was one of Its charm
Sho wn dressed In something white,
nnd her hat swung from her hand, tho
hair llradley was nuro that It must bo
goldcn-llullliig softly about tho per
feet oval of tho face. 1'rom the first
glance llradley had fallen In love, nud
It was Irritating that Klwood could not
remember which station It wus.
"Surely jou must know something
about It," said llradley Impatiently.
"Was It near town or some distance
"Search roe," was the Irritating re
ply. "It's one of a roll of a dozen
films that I exposed along tho Hue.
After the film was cut up I could not
tell which were which. I Just took
them to uso up the film "
"I wish you'd let me hne n print,"
said llradley, trying to appear uncon
cerned nnd longing to throw n book nt
i:inood'g grinning face. Ills anger
fell when tho other promptly ran a
paper cutter under the edges of tho
print nnd handed It over to his friend.
the amL op the rirruus stood nr.roiiB
Urndley put it carefully Into his pock
otbook nnd (-ought to lend tho con
versation Into oilier channels.
Hut that evening when ho reached
homo ho tucked tho print Into hli
looking class and went to sleep to
dream of tho girt. Ills own vnc.itlou
enmo lu a few days, and ho determin
ed to spend tho timo In locating tho
station nud through that" tho, clrl, Tho
L. and V. lind threo sets of plans from
which it built stations. IUosi wero
of wood, brick or stone, nceordlnB jo
tho Importance uf tho place. Tliero
wero probably fifty or sixty station
along tho lino precisely llko tho ono
In tho picture. Instead of buying a
ticket to the fMilns country, ns hu had
nt first Intended, ho purchased a inllu
nge book nnd started out to find tho
Just above tho door In which tho girl
had been standing he noticed a pecul
iar knot In tho boards, and, giving up
only sufficient mlleago to carry lilm
on to tho next wooden station, ho
mndo his way down the line. IIo rodo
on tho snmo train until dusk prevent
ed him froni closely examining tho
'stations nnd then left tho train, to tho
great .relief of tho conductor, who had
early In tho day como to tho conclu
sion that his passenger must be lu
lane. Tho second day's search was no
inoro successful, nnd on tho evening
of tho third day ho had como to tho
end of tho lino without having locat
ed tho station ho sought '
ITo bought another mileage book nnd
turned back over tho road, nud this
time ho found tho place for which ho
sought. Tho station had been newly
painted, nnd the knots had been cov
ered up by the paint.
Hut ho found that tho station was
only tho first step. There, still remained
the girl. Thero wero half a dozen
places whero summer boarders wero
taken, ho learned from tho station
agent. IIo picked out ono nnd mndo
arrangements to have Ids trunk for
wnrded, ami then ho settled down to
prosecute his Inquiry.
"Seeing tho train como In" was a
popular occupation wlllr the summer
visitors, nnd llradley did not let a
slnglo train escape him. He hung
about tho station at all hours, but be
yond getting very well acquainted with
tho station agent ho made no progress.
It was apparent that tho girl bo bad
sought hail gone.
It wus near tho end of tho second
week thai Urndley summoned up tho
courngo to show the agent his photo
graph and nsk Information.
"A friend of mine took it the oUlcr
day from the train," he said. "I
thought that perhaps sho might llko
one If I could locate her."
"I remember her," snld the agent
Ilrndley's heart gave a bound.
"She's gone out west somewhere,"
said tho ngent vaguely, nnd Ilrndley's
elation nns suddenly checked.
"I suppose that soino ono has her
address," ho suggested. "I might get
It from them and mall her a copy,"
Tho ngent smiled.
"Sho wasn't lsltlng no one," ho ex
plained. "She Just stopped oft hero n
couple of days to see tho lake. I
think her ma came from hero years
ago, and sho wanted to seo It."
"What was her name" llradley re
flected that perhaps she lived In a city
whero they had n directory.
".Molly something," snld tho agent
"I don't recollect that I know whnt her
other name was."
"Perhaps tho woman who kept tho
boarding house nt which sho stopped
might know," suggesfed llrndlcy, but
agnlti his hupes wero dashed with tho
answer that tho girl had stopped at tho
llradley searched tho register for
two mouths back, but thero was no
hint there. The little hotel was run lu
easy going fashion, nnd tho register
was ornniucntnl rather than useful.
At Inst ho gavo up In despair. He
had run oery clew to earth, and ho
knew no more thnn on tho day of his
nrrlvnl. Ills vacation had como to' nil
cud, nnd, since It was useless to linger,
ho gne up the quest.
The town had never seemed ns hot
nud dusty ns It did on his nrrlvnl. nnd
ns bo enmo nt last to the apartment
bouse In which ho lived nnd recalled
tho hopes with which ho had stnrtcd
out his depression reached tho lowest
point. He climbed tho stairs. At tho
top of tho Inst flight n girl camo out
of tho rear flat, nnd In his surprlso
llrndlcy dropped bis suit case. The
girl of tho picture stood before him.
As ho Stood staring Mrs. Ilnrrold
camo hustling olitfof her npnrtment
"Did you hnvo n nice time?" sho
asked as she greeted him.
"Tho homecoming wns tho best ot
nil," ho said, with n smile.
"It usually Is," she ngrced, uncon
scious of his hidden meaning. "I'm
glad you'ro here. My niece, Molly
Joslln, from California, Is spending a
month with mo. She camo tho day
after jou left You escaped two weeks
of escort duty.
"There nro two weeks left," bo said,
with a smile. "That will bo plcuty ot
"That Is not a very gracious speech,"
suggested Mrs. Ilnrrold, with a laugh.
"I'm afraid It doesn't sound tho way
I mean It," ho stammered. "I can't
very well explain now."
Hut ho mado his explanation ten
days later, when ho showed Molly tho
photograph nnd told her ot his quest.
"And now that I have found you,
may I keep you?" bo asked.
Tlndlngs keepings," suggested Mol
ly demurely. "At least that Is what
wo used to say when I was qulto a lit
Cut Off With a Shilling.
"Here," said n lawyer, taking down a
calf bound book, "Is tho will from
which, originated tho famous phrase,
'Cutoff with n shilling.'
Vlt Is tho vlll of Stephen Godfrey.
IIo died In Lambeth In ITCH). Now, I'll
read 'you tho paragraph In Godfrey's
will that gavo tho world tho phrase.
A nasty paragraph It Is too:
"'Whereas, It was my mlsfortuno to
1)0 mndo ory uneasy by Kllznbcth God
frey, my wife, for many years, from
our marriage, by her turbulent beha
vior, for sho wns not coutent with de
spising my admonitions, but sho con
trived every method to innko mo un
happy; sho was so perversa In her na
ture that nho would not le reclaimed,
but seemed only to bo born to be n
plnguo'to mo. Tho strength of Samson,
the knowledgo of Homer, the prudenco
ot Augustus, tho cunning of Pjrrlius,
tho patlcnco of Job, tho subtlety of
Hnnnibnl nnd tho watchfulness or
Homogencs could not hno been suffi
cient to nubduo her, for no skill or
force In tho world could mnko her
good, and as wo hao lived separata
and apart from each other eight years,
and sho having perverted her son t,o
lcavo and totally abandon mo there
fore I glvo her ono shilling only.' "
Tlio former convict, proud nnd elat
ed, was narratlug his jail experiences
to n Ikmoiii pal.
"Say, I'ete," nsked the pal, "liow'd
y' git out so soon? Any pull ld do
"Well, I pursume v mlclit put It In
dat kind o1 talk," replied I'otc, tho for
mer convict, "but do main reason wns
mo pcrllteucss, Ever slnco I left roe
liome," lie continued confidentially,
"I'vo alius follcred da ndico o' luo
muddcr ter bo pcrllto."
"Y don't say I" rejoined tlio pal, sur
prised. ."How'd dot git y' out two
j ears early? Uood bebavlor?"
"No. not egxactly," explained Tete.
('It wns dls way; Do eov'nor was look
In' over do lien ono day, an' wuiui Uo
passed mo lu do corridor t stepped vi
Ills foot uccldcutnlly.' Course I bourft
very low an' says Blowly, 'Pray, pardon
me, gov'nor, an'," lio continued. In
flating lib chest and assuming n con
tented nlr, "do gov'nor pardoned me."
"Oh!" snld his pal In n terrible whis
per. And then tho next vaudovlllo team
was nnuounccd. Harper's Weekly,
Not In His Lin..
"Who discovered steam?" nsked tho
man who Is always looking for Infor
mation. "Don't know," answered lho man
who Is abnormally chilly, 'but I mn
willing to bet It uas not the Janitor In
our apartment house." Washington
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Cheap dump-cart or goose-neck ilrny
capable of carrlng 1 ruble jd. of
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A boy l!i j ears old. strong nnd heal
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' Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
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A DELINA PATTIj Queen of Ha-
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300 ft. 8-ln cast-Iron sewer pipe; I
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Let the soap do
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941 NUUANU ST
Phone Main 14T
Honolulu Cloties Gleaning Co,
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