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Solar Heaters, 30 to 100 gallon ca
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COPYRWHT.twe.BY HARPCR& QROTKCR3
low, discordant pound of hug'h'ter
arrested Ids words, nnd, turning, lift be-
hold Necln standing revealed In tho
"What nil amusing crson you nrcl"
sho said. "I've hnd hard work hold
Ins In all this tlmo while you were tor
turing your mind and twisting tho
honest English language out of shapo
nnd meaning. I knew I should hnvo
to laugh sooner or Inter. That's your
I)ltlo,chlvnlry, 1 suppose. Well, I've
pin .rod with you long enough. Lieu
tennnt Ilurrell. I'm tired of the gaine,
and you Interest inu no longer."
"Vou ycu say jou've been playing
with me!" stammered tho man. Tho
bottom of things seemed suddenly to
slide from under hlra. He was like
ooo sinking In soma hideous quagmire.
Ho felt as If ho were choking.
"Why, of course," she cried scorn
fully, "Just as you took mo up for
amusement. You wero such n fine,
well dressed. Immaculate mound of
com clt that I couldn't resist tho temp
tatl n, and you hid your condescension
so poorly that I thought you ought to
be taken down a peg. I knew I was a
squaw, but I wanted to seo If I were
not like other women, after all, and If
you wero not llko other men." She
wns talking rapidly now, nlwost
shrilly, for she hnd never attempted to
net before, whllo ho stood dnzed nnd
speechless, fumbling nt his throat
while she railed nt him. "you needn't
waste time debating whether I'm good
enough for jon, because I'm not de
cidedly I'm not jour kind, and you nre
1 Joko to me."
He uttered mi Inarticulate cry, but
die run on unheeding, her eyes wide
ind glowing like coals, her lips chalk
white. "You see. It's tlmo I stopped
such foolUlim anyhow, for I'm to
tin married on Sund'iy."
"You nre going to be married?" he
"Yes. to Polecn. Why. that'll been
tnderstood for j ears."
He whirled upon the Canadian In a
fury, nnd tils winds nine lint nnd tum
bling. "D-don't blame him!" tried the girl
hysterically "It Is nil my doing. Ho
hnd no part In It."
"Yes," said ppret In n restrained
voice, "dls nln' no work of mine."
"You're n Mar!" breathed the Ken
tuckhm. now fairly wild with nuger,
tint tho other looked litin Bqunrely be
tween the eyes nnd made no move.
"Sl'sleuV he cried, "I'm llvln' forty
yenr nn' never toot no nam' Ink dec
before, but dcro's reason here w'y I
can't mak' no nnswer."
"Why, ycu nren't really angry, Hcu
tonant" mocked Necla. "It's only tbo
Joko of nn Ignorant half breed girt
whoso senso of humor Is oil out of
gear. You mustn't qutrrcl over a
Sbo taunted, him llko a batted badger,
for this thing' wns getting beyond he."
onntrol, and tho ravage Instincts of tho
trlldcrncss wero uppermost.
"You nro qulto right," he replied. "I
am cry foolish, and tho laugh Is with
you." His lips tried to frame n smile,
but failed. Ho bowed low and, turning.
Tho moment ho was gbno sho cried
"You must marry me, Toleon. You'vo
got to do It now!"
"Ho you menu dnt fdr sure?" be said.
"Can't you seo there's nothing elso
for It after this? I'll show: him that ho
can't make, mo n toy to suit his conven
ience. I'vo told him I would mnrry
you on Sunday, and I'll do It or die. Of
course you don't love mo, for you don't
know what lovo Is, I suppose. How
could you)" Sbo broko down nnd be
gan to cnteh her breath nmld coughing
sobs that shook her slender body,
though they left her eyes dry and fe
verish, "I I'm very unhappy, b-but
) I'll bo n good wife to you. Oh, I'olcou,
If jou only know"
He drow a long breath. When he
spoke his volco had tho timbre of somo
Boftly played Instrument, nnd n tremor
ran through his words.
"Xn! I don' know w'nt kin' of love
Is dls, for sure. Do kin' of lovo I
know la So klnT T sfng "'bout In my
Mines. I H'noHn It's tlltreront lireisl tn
yours, an I'm begin to seo It don' llvo
nowhoro but on dem songs of initio.
Dcro's long tarn" 1 waste hero now
llvo yenr but tomorrow I go again
lookln' for my own countree."
"I'oloon." 'sho cried, looking up with
startled eyes, "not tomorrow, but Sun
day) Wo will go together."
no shook his head. "Tomorrow,
Necla 1 An' I go ulonc."
"Thon you won't marry mo?" sho
aBkcd In a bushed and frightened volco.
"No! Dcro's wan t'lug I can't do
can't geeve. dat's all-Jus' wan on all ". '" " -
do worl'. I can't kill do 1IT god wlf ,vns nlono '" ",0, Umm lMil1'1"1, . bA
do bow an' nrrer. He's all dat inalf stumbled around to tbe back to find
do sun shine, do blr'ds slug an' do ' '" wlm,ow of ll'r ro"m nK I1W l,11'l",
lonNcs w'lsper to ine; he's do wan UT(Us cnrtnln. nnil. recclWng no 'answer
feller w'nt mak' my llfo wort' llvln' an' ,0 ll,s k"ook' 'j? 'V'T ' .
keep music In my soul. If I kcol 'lm customary nt Gales to walvo cere
dero ali.' no more lef laic It. an I'm "'' llM' l,l ' r","l'C1'1,r8
never goln' flu' my Inn' of content !"'; Whj1 f " "J'"
nor sing nor Inugh no more. I'm l'ml ' " door' ralu,1B ,,iHk " lmeo ns
flnkln' I would ruder slug songs 0 ,hu ame out. .., i,
'till nil nlone ouderneaf do stars besldo I I,ls,-l'ml of lk""? J11, nncc' "''
myi-uinj.llro.uu' talk wlf 'Jm lu my bnajtonid.io present Jir cscnpInK,
uvea jur juu, .teem; uercs wini ling 1
imiif ciiuuo Hifir go'iiylu' wTT" juif Hi
flue houso an' let im get cor nn' die."
, "Hut 1 (bid him I'd inn'rry you that
I hnd always Intended to. He'll be
lieve I w'ag lying," sho moaned In dis
tress. "Dat's too bad, but dls t'lug nln' no
doln's wit' me. Dcro's wan t'lug In
dls worl' mus' llvo forever, an' dat's
love. If we kill lm den It's purty poor
place for stopplu' In. I'm cut o(T my
ban for help you, Necla, but I can't
bo husban' to no woman In fun."
I'oleon waited patiently until her
paroxysm of sobbing bad passed, then
gently raised her and led her out through
tho back dooy into th'e rummer day,
which nn hour ago had been so bright
nnd promising nnd was now so gray
nnd dismal. He followed her with his
cy"cs until eh6 arsappea'feYI insfdo the
"An' dat's do end 6f It nil," he mused.
'The year I'vo wait an' Jin' for dls."
Meado Ilurrell ucver knew how ho
gained his quarters, but when he hnd
done so bo locked bis door behind him,
then loosed his hold on things mate
rial Ho raged about tho room like a
wild nulmiil nnd vented his spite on
oi cry Inanimate thing that lay within
reach. As yet his mind grasped but
dully tho fact tbnt sho was to marry
another, but gradually this thought In
turn took possession of htm. She
would bo some' ono else's wlfo In two
dnys. The thought drove tho loer
frantic, nnd ho felt that nindncss lny
that way If ho dwelt ou such fancies
As he grew; calmer his reason began
(6 dls&eet tho sccno that had taken
plnco hi tho store, nnd he wondered
whether sho had -been lying to him,
after nil. No doubt sho had been en
gaged to tho frenchman and had al
ways planned to wed I'olcon. for that
wns not out of reason. Sho might
oven huvo set' out mhxnluvously to
"Five year I'd
Amnio herself with htm, but nt tio
recollection of those rapturous hours
they bad spent together he declared
aloud that film had loved him, nnd him
only. Kvery Instinct In him shouted
that she loved him In splto of her
A man ennio wllh his supper, but lie
called to him to begone. There urn
thoso who believe that In passing from
daylight to darkness a subtle transi
tion occurs nklu to the chaiigo from
positive to negative In nn electrical
current and that this Intangible, un
traceable atmospheric Inlhienco exerts
a dellnlto psychical effect upon men
nnd their modes of thought. Ho this
ns It may, it Is certnlu that as the
night grew darker tho Ileutennnt's
mood changed. Ho lost his tk-rco an
ger lit tho girl and reasoned that he
owed It to her to set himself right In
her eyes; that In nil Justice to her ho
ought to protc his owh, sincerity.
An up river steamboat was Jiut lpild
Ing as h6 nenred the trndlug Hist 1
freighter, as he noted by her lights
111 tho glnro nt the rher bank howr
I'oleon nnd the trader, who hud evi
dently returned from U'e's creek, and
without accosting them hu hurried' on
to the store. IVvrlug lu from the dnrk.
He wWsUur.r" Spi-rTuTeSa, lor iho
Wslou that met his eyes ..was. that
which ho hnd seen one blithe spring
morning three months before, but to
night thtre wns no shnwl to eouccnl
her sweetly rounded neck nnd Bhoul-
dcrs, whose whiteness wns stnrtllng
against the black of tho Iwillroom
gown The slim gold chnln hung
around her neck, nnd her hair wns
ulliil hlch. ns before. Ho noted every
smallest detail as she stood there wait
ing for )ilm to speak, forgetful of ev
She hnd put on the gown agnln to
see If perrhnnco there might bo some
mark of her Mood or liretil tbnt hnd
esenped her previous scrutiny, nnd, ns
thefe wns no ono to observe ncr, sue
had nttired herself slowly, nbsorbed
In her whimsy. Her wistful beauty
dnzcsl the young man and robbed llm
of the words he had rehearsed, but as
she made to lice from him, w'ltli a
pitiful gesture, toward her room tho
fear of losing her aroused htm nnd
spurred bis wit.
"Don't go nwny! I hnve something
I must tell yon. I've thought It over,
nnd jou've got to listen, Necln."
"I nm listening." sho answered very
Tiidcrntniid me, I'm not whining,
ami I'm willing to take my medicine.
I couldn't tails or think ey straight
this nfternoim. but ou were wrong."
"Yes, 1 know now I was wrong. It
was most unladylike, wasn't It? Hut,
you sis?. I nm only n little savage."
"I don't mean that. I mean jou were
wrong when you (snlA I had played
with jou. In the sight of Owl. I swear
j-ou wero mistaken. You have made
mo love you, Necln. Can't you see?"
She uindo no sign.
"If vou can't. I owe It to you nnd to
mvself to set you right. I nm nt
nshnmcsl to acknowledge my love, nnd
oven when you nro married to Poloon
I wunt jou to know that I slinll lovo
Lm-ii jet sbo innao no sign, wan no
not merely repeating the same ,cmpty
words with which he hnd so often be
guiled her? There wni no word of
marriage. He still considered her un
worthy, beneath him.
'You do lovo me, Net la you dol I
seo It In jour )yc3'." And be started
toward her with open arms, but sho
shrank nwny from him.
"No, no! Don't touch mol" she al
"My dear one," be brenthed, "you
must listen to me. You h'no nothing
to fear, for I love you-loM you- love
you I You. were made for me! You'll
bo my wlfo. Yes; jou'll be married
on Sunday, but to me, not to I'oleon or
any other mun!"
Did sbo hear aright? WnB he, her
soldier lover, nsklng her, the Indian
"You do lovo me, dou't you?" he
pleaded. Hut still she could not speak,
and ho tried to read tbo answer In her
"You mean you want to marry
mo?" sho murmured nt last, hesitating
shjly nt the word that hnd come to
play so momentous a part In her little
"Indeed I do," bo declared, with em
phasis, "In splto of everything, any
thing! Nothing elso matters. I'll quit
tho nrmj. I'll give up tho service nnd
my pcoplo too. I'll put everything
back of me, aud wo'll start out anew-
Just you and I."
"Wait a moment," she said, retreat
ing a llttlo from bis engrr, outstretch
ed arms. "Why do you need to do all
"Never mind wbj It'B as good ns
done. You wouldn't understand."
"Hut I think I do understand now.
Do I really mean all that to you?"
"Yes, and more!"
"Listen to me," said the girl qulotly.
"I want you to talk bIohIj- so I may
not misunderstand. If you marry
me must j'ou forego all those great
things jou speak of your profession,
your family, your future?"
"Nonsense!" exclaimed tho soldier.
"If they don't bother me, Necla, why
kbould you worry?"
"Would you really have to.glvo up
your family jour sister? Would thoso
people you are so proud of and who
nre so proud of you would they cut
(To Be Continued)
PRESIDENT TAFT JOINS
HIS BROTHER'S LODGE
CINCINNATI, 0., April in. Pres
ident I'nft Is now a merillier of Kil
winning Lodgo of MAsons. lio was
unanimously elected a member nt a
stated meeting held in tho Masonic
Temple hero Inst night.
When President Taft was made, a
"Mnson at sight," Teh. 18th, hodld
not become a member of any lodgo
nnd was until Inst night In the po
sition of a Mason nt largo. Ho at
that time expressed n deslro lo auilt
ate with Kilwinning, of which his
father, the Into Judge Alphonso Tntt,
was one of tho early members, anil
of which his brother, Charles P.
Taft, Is a member. Tho application
rnmo up lu tho regular order last
Thoro will bo a public moonlight
band concert th'.s o'.culiu at 7 30, nt
.March Tho Navy Hcrgcr
Ovorturo Tra Dlnvolo Aubor
Chorus Hlwniao Potiolla
Selection Count HufTmnn. .Oflcnliacli
Vocnl Hawaiian 8mga..ar. by Ilerger
Selection Messenger Hoy. .Monrkton
Wiilljs Summer' Kvenlng. .Wnldteurol
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nvcrjbody to mako money by plant
ing cocoanuts. Inqulro lor plants,
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A fine OKItMAN VIOLIN, Stradlvar-
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j curs. Tor particulars address U.
KAHL, German School and Church.
20,000 Cocoanuts Just arrived on
echooncr Concord, from Tanning
Island. Miller Salvage Co. 1'. O.
llox C27. ' 4285-tf
Shooting gallery, No 19 Hotel St.,
near Nuuanu. Knqulro of owner
or P. H. Hurnette, Merchant St.
Nowly furnished rooms closo In; elec
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each room. No. 73 So. Bcrctanla
Neatly furnished, mosqulto-proof
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ESTATE EXCHANQE, LTD.
Wo have over 100 lota for salo In all
parts of tho city. Improved ami
unimproved, business sites,
rcsldcnco sites and farming
sites, for prices ranging from
$50 to $30,000: .somo for cash
sales, 8omo for Installment
sales and somo for exchange.
Wo hao over GO homes for sale, locat
ed In every resldcnco, section
of tho city, and suburbs; nil
comfortable somo elegant, on
various terms; eorao for spot
cash, somo on installment pay
ments, Bomo for cxcliango, and
eomo for part cash and part
mortgagfo on easy term's.
HOUSES. -M '
Wo can arrange to build houses on the
Installment plan on lota pur
chased from us by rosponslblo
Wo have a number of good exebango
and 'may locato
Wo havo eight or len prospective buy
ers on our UstB at present;
porbaps you havo Just the
place that would suit ono of
them. Como nnd seo us.
ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
A. V. OEAR, Manager.
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
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numbers of the Dulletln office.
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