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ESTtXY Is n strange Mhlng.
Under innuy a irutct exterior
smolder Arcs of volcanic pas
sion that' never are fnnnctl
Into activity because the essential pact
of cause, has, never stirred tbeni. Jim
sy Smith hud had conceptions. of com'
fort, and life on a large scale that be
hid never attempted to carry, out for
the reason that the one thing' upon
wh'lch they were, bas&l. the ode in'ccu-"
tive, was lack'trig-a wife. Given
wealth and a woman Vesponslve'lh, th'jj
same degree' to the profound devotion
and large Idea's" of which' he was" capa"
ble'. Bmlth might have' developed Into
a' magnificent nabob;, a .great' states
ranri or,a' great, "captain of, Industry,",
certainly Into, a great aud wise philan
thropist. Given suc.li a woman as. an
Inspiration.' he mlghOwlth his strength
of mind, and self control have won
hi ,:i iiuuuug iu, position iqiit wouiu
h. o enabled hi in to, live' Iri'snmo ac
( id with the aspirations that once
I. tl'illiitntned his' driy" dreaming!
, As It' was', he had banished" day
droarulng from hit pfa'n of existence'
He had flxwl 'ft rigid Hue' of .demarca
tion between' right and iwrong for the
governance of his own conduct" that he
never permitted himself ,to, overstep,
but the fallfngs of others be, was prone
to condone ant eypr was. ready to
stretch forth a hand' and help a' weak
ling to 'set himself straight. . , '
In n sinajl, qu'lef boarding, house. Ho
had'lfved lu the place cVcr'slnce' his
arrival In' NW York; 'and tbi only
.change he had made was to take a prl
ivato sitting' room In. addition to bis
bedroom when bla means admitted of it.
It, was, hero that Urooki found' him
when late, ono evontng he called there.
Jimsy, cigar In mouth, was', worklug
,u auiuv )iuus uiiu UliurfB iu. luv llgUL
Itor' entered.' '
Smith 'might have expected him and
I'egarded hU presence as an' ordinary
ining ror ni) iuc tone or uis response,
to the salutation Indicated.
"How have you been alUhlsM timer
"About, as usual,' How "havo , you
been getting on? Take a' chair, won't
Tour , ' ' ,
: lie did nijt wo 'the' hand that'Brooks
c'xteuded for tlio reason that he was,
roljlng up tbo' plans' that bad been
stretched 'beforo hlnv '
Brooks sat do wo. In the only other
anuchiilr, on the same side of, tiie' ta
bled On e'nfertng'he'hid' been'.vesc
,norvoUa; His customary aplomb re
vlvcd us he'fiund that Smith was ap
parently the satdo' otd Jlmsy.
"Oh, one," bb replied. "Thought I'd
Just drop, In on you and seo bow things
"Thanks. Have a.clgar."
Smith pushed the b.qx, toward htm,
amlbo.belped hlmself.to one and lit It.
. U, MH ll.i WV -"i- -'L .- -.- m
i i,irei iiko ( give nji apology, ior
;sup(S68e you wondered what had be
.comub'f mpi''( t t'
I l"I hnvdo'ftcn'wond'crcd"."
"Welt, you'eee, I was' sort of cut up
'after tbo why Emma left me; It was
enough to make tno foel sore; Tbcre
'was, no excuse for It. Then I've been'
'awfully busy, I .got a Job In a bank
as. assistant rccovlqs toller at a real
living .salary. A fpllow Isn't, ground
down' there, and' .there's a chance to
get, on. They, treat, ypii,'llkoa gentle
man, uot "llko n .lascar cabin boyl I
ought to h'nvo quit 'bo'r.ailn-Amcrlcan
line long ago. I suppose old Williams
Is' still slavo driving."-
"W'llllnnis Is still president of the
"TVelirfie'll got what's comlng'to hluf
from somebyjy on of these days."
Smith' made no comment-
"Say.JImsy, you do'n't, sttre' one the
ImpVeti'Ion Jnars the" vifdrld dlingrees'
with you. You look Immense."
"There's never, miich thS matter
with me, Brooks.1 '
'"Brb6ksr Why 'Btook'sy What's
the matter with 'Joer You needn't
be so darned' ceremonious. You
haven't got a 'grudge against me be
cause I stayed away so long, have
"No grudge whatever,"
OH, well, let' It go.
Bow's tho nt1
"You mean irs. tfalrrlst"
"Woo else would I 'mean' except my
"She wot well at last reports."
There was another pause' Iu the con
versation, and Brooks stared hard at
I guess you're' a fixture Here; You
wouldn't be. happK,ln' aiiy other lodg
ings," he went on, looking at Jinny,
who was eying him with his usual
calm expression that was neither cold
n6r" kind, yet partook, If auythliiK, of
kindness; '''You ought 'to' sec" the
cute" llttfo 'jtinrters f Un'Vo". They're
In bachelor' apartment 'bouse. 1
want yon to come around ono of these
evenings'.' You'll come, wdnY your''
"Maybe,- ono of these odd evenings.
We'to' got to brbvldc accommodations
for more' (mats, aud', I'm a busy man.
so' you mustn't batik ou me fur
"All right If that ain't a refusal
any evening you ,cau dbfposc, of ylll
suit. , me. Just let me know you're
coming; .that's nl." , ' '
For the hundredth time .his .eyes
wandered to. portraits' of,' himself ahd
hlLwjfe'.ln a silver" staftd.Vnt.lic' table.
Tbcy , hid', presented ' photograph and
stand' to' Bmlth' soon' after their mar
rlaW . -
"You've still ifoit that. I see." he said,
Indlcatlug-it with a'n'M of the bead. '
' "Of cAurse.'.'. . , u
"How U she, by the bye)" :
At last be; bad brought Jbe conver
sation round to where he jfan ted It., 4
"Emma?.. Ob, she was'.aU right when
i lasiuetjra aooui uer. r,
town." ' y , '
Brooks could not conceal his disap
pointment. 1 "Where are" t bey staying'? n it far
from the cltyr . ' ?
"Quite soine dlstsftceV ..,
"Well, wherp Is. It) At the seaside)
In the.pouutryV' be demanded,, exos
perAtcd "jyby" .don't, you, come, out,
'with, a .straight answer, instead' of
dodging? What do you th(nk I amJ
AVbttt'dO youfthtnk';i,c'ame( hero fort"
i "You said' you'e'ania to 'tee' how I
.wa'a'go'ttlhg along." ' '''
Broots' could bdvo ticked hllnseif
for havln-fbee'J'betraycd'fMO losing'
his temper; It was n bad' break fir-' a'
man hUt lug a favor to ask. '
','Of course I, came for that, Jlmsy,"
he. said, tbo anger gone from hlsvolce.
"Hutit's only natural I, should, ask for,
news' of. my, family. You don't seem to
think I .have any rights' or feeling!, I
ani'slljl Emma's, 'husband, an'd.Italn't,
bruni4aA i-a'-n ttn.l n Hff I, n ' w'avJ.1 I a'
w.uv ",-i'v "JIM u iu. iuui nviv JW
beat cat uud'dog for the rest of our
lives', I suppose." '
"I Im'vea't f6rgottcu that you're Em
ma's husband, Joe', but' the matter of
your 'rights' Is'opcu'to a difference -of
construction, and I'm entitled to my
own opinion. I do consider It perfect
ly natural, however, that you should
be curjou i about your family, abd I've,
nnswercd every question you'vb put, to
ine except the last. .I'm under prom
ise not, to. dlscloso. their whcreibouiii
to'anyuoily.v Thill's why." "
'"Vcs; you've nnstv'crcdray questions',
but you've confined yourself to 'Yes'
anil 'So' as' if you were a witness 'un
der cross examination!"
ITc passed his' bind over bis eyos'a'nd
"It ain't' like' you, Jlmsy," he con-,
tlnued. "It ain't llko you a bit. I.
thought you at least wouldn't .turn
against' me. He's a good man who
never does anything wroni;."
'TbaVaJrlgjit, '.'I guess, tljere' nrp
more men raro do wring and aren't
found put than' there are men who, do'
wrong' and rp'dls'covcrctl, und 1 ain't
man certim! not nt jtJu." '
"I'm Rhld'ti bear you saj1 that. I've
been living on the level ever since:
You can' believe rue, Jlni.,-flk' thO
bank If my .accounts' ain't In 'order
and I'm going to keep straight too.
What more can I do, except say I'm
sorry) What more docs' anybody
want.' me to do)" " .i
"Jv-othlng, I.s,boud,tbInk.,.' ""
j "You bcllcvo me, Jlmsy)" " l
"Joe, I believe, you're speaking the
trutn. and, 1 Ijopo with .", my heart
and soiil 'vou'Il'keen rlcht oiiltbownv
you're golnt. And, now youknoVrthW
l;reol about It, come right out and tell
mo wuai urougni you nere."
"I will, then; I want to know about
Emma. It'iT a' year now since' slid
since' wo' separated, and I won'Ustund
It ahy lougtr? 1 want her to tomb
back' to me. I simply can't do .'with
out biT." . ,
Ho looked at Bmlth expectantly, but
tbq phlegmatic Jfinsy made no.remark.
"youjee theni often. Do they cvfcr
jTbey h'uvp never mentioned you In
my presence since the night Emma'left
"I'ne.vcr believed Emma would, sulk
so long; I'll bet she's as sick and tired
of this business as I a in. If she nln't
had enough of the' old woman and that
st'uckup Utile chit of a Beth by tills
tlmo I'm'no'good as n guesser. 1 know
Emma: They must have batted her to
"Maybe, but1 If they have sho' hasn't,
tpld ijio nbout It, nnd sho doesn't yarry
-leara. nuoui nerr noe living wim
her.uVo'-ber, Un't'shoT' " ,'
"tiefkalnly. I'ha'tcn't'aeefr them for
ibnie'tlme. All" the' famlir'g" out' of
fl' Wlt'oU rleT kUUtilvUnuiB i yourd
"Jinny. I must see btr. Tell me
where she Is.". ,
, "You ;cap't, find out from me; I'd
toll you willingly enough, but she
served nn Injunction on me ages' be
fpri yoti came here' and Tm. not go
ing to put' myself In contempt of
Brooks Jumped up and nervously
knocked the ash from bis cigar on to a
',rflI.... ....,. .....
-louyo Known Kmma and me ror
over six years, Jlmsy," ho sald. "And
you know nil about us arid how happy
'we were together how 1 tried to make
ner nappy, risjiea everyimng ior uer.
You" w'ere, always a good friend to
both of. us! That's why 'I'm here
tli'at's why I'm' goliig to'nsk you to do
me'a favor. Will you)"
"Joe. I'll do' anything within the
bounds' of reason."'
"I knew you wouldn't refuse. I want"
you to sec Einma alone not with her'
mother and Beth around; they'd queer
everything'. 1 -want you' to' ask lier' to
let' bygones be bygones and come back'
to me. We'll begin nil over again,, and
this time we'll begin right. Tell her
I'm well fixed, l'ju ahead of thegnme.
I've got money by-earned and saved
Itr-aud a, good place. There'll bo uo
more hard pulling like thero. was In
the old time. Tell her I'm more sorry
tliuul can express for our little mis
understanding t sorry nnd miserable,
Tell' her 1 love her more thin ever
aud that If shu. will see me she will
Smith nodded assent.
"Alnd, Jimsy, put In'a good word for
me plead fdr me'-do It as If It was
for yourself. Emma will listen to you'
When she won't to any one else. You
klioV she thinks" a' whole" lot of -you.
Will y'otf do this' for tiie)"
"Yes. I'll do It, Joe."
"I.et'H s,ee: this Is Tuesday. I'll see
her Sunday go ou purpose."
,Irooks' went to him nnd seised his
band with both his own.
'Jlmsy, you, are tbo best ever!" he
exclaimed ferventlv. "I knew I could
cpunf on you. I'll never, forget till
turn you re uoiug me never! And
Emma "111 appreciate It too. Good
night and God'blcss you'."
Ho wrung Hmlth)s blind agqlu.
i At tbe'door he" turned with this rec
ptriliieridatlutl: "Don"t forg'et.-JImsy. Plen'd with her
as If if was for yourself,"
Smlti sat staring straight before
P Iu the CqtKtlls tbe sun had
the whole iky, to Itself. Ev
erything presaged n .hot day.
-the clock bid not yet struck G Emma
Was, out on tbe plaxza, dressed for
walking', Biio wore a coo), ciloglng
costume of. pale straw co'ored'tussob.
so;ehori, that It descended litjlu below
tho tops'of her high buttoned light tin
hoes. A'-koft felt bat; such a"m'6nv
travelers' r6ll'u'p and cirry In' tlielr.
pockets, wis' secured .to hcr'.falr hair'
by a' hatpin, and'ltV llinp border, bh'ng
down and shadeil her eyes. 'These, of
ujbiue that rtvafe'd't.ho heavens, were
sparkling with ndiulnttlon of the scene,
anu ner ciiecus, giowea with health.
She made a lovely 'picture as she stood
gating' out Into th'o valley". Jlinsy"
Smith, who had stopped oil the rba'd
above on his way ' from the 1'iotel,
where ho'hnd put up tlie'n'lght beforo
and of whose presence thero ut that
-.-.'..'r.. ..I .-.. 'i,i.". .
mUUIi'lil B1IU MRS qilllU1 UUVOUBClOllS,
tboAiih'Clio'li'ad never "seen any nletiiro'
iio" Iwautlful In all bis life. But, then,
JlmsyY Judgment" wis biased.. He had
always' considered Emma pretty and
found, something to admlro. In her
oven when, with, grimy bands and In
boiled cotton dress, she was engaged
Iu thq uiipoe'lcal. occupation of iiollsh
lng,thc kitchen s'ove.
lietn. her Mir twisted.. Into, little
wave, knots with queer pins and at
tired l.n, a llnk wrapper Joined' her.
."'Why' dont' you get your things' ou
nnd come , wjth' us)" .urged Emma.
"Jinny wiwvbfl here at 0, o'clock."
j"Mo7 North" iiibuntalii) No, thanic
yoftr Ibad eliopgi'walkliiycstcrday.
I'm trlnijf lo' church! mbthor'sV'oiuliic'
tAfi. e didn't go last RundalV, and
I lie whole park wlllbe gossiping If the,
family l-m't represented som'cllnei by
some one or other. They'll think we're
Utl pajnins. Besides, I'm'gblii'g to wear
the new gown Jlmsy brought up for
hid' from 'the dressmaker's. Wasn't It
hicky' he was coming) It Wouldn't
have becii here till Tuesday or Wed lie's
day. That man's always ou hand Just
when he's wanted. Won't those Par
sons girls stare!"
(To Be Continued)
FRENCH BISHOP8 ENTER ,
ACTIVELY IN POLITICS
Advise Catheehlsts to Vote' for Defense
Paris, Oct. 8. Snnio of tho French
bishops, following mi a mijfo' militant
poucy, navu introduced Into tho catu
chlsms tho o"bllg'iftlon to vote only for
candidates whojhavo pledged them
selves, to tho defense of religious In'
Tho Figaro", commenting on thldo-
voiopmcni. says tunisinco tno rupture
of, tho concordant, which forbjdi' elec
toral'. catheeliUniB, tho churcli haa a
perfect right to give Instructions In
clectorlal duties, but It considers the
formulas In somo dioceses" to bo open
to criticism, ,
It prefers that of tho archbishop of
Camurnl, which siiya that the most
honest and tho most Chrlsitan candi
dates best cnpablo of serving tho gou
ernl welfare should bo, e'e'eted.
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