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Short Stories For
tyARIAN'S TWO LETTERS
Mnrlan westbrook Bat In thevpre.it
living rojm of the old Westbrook
country home, her hands lying Idly
In her lapj her brow knit In strango
obstruction ot (bought.
After all, she wondered, had she
been Justified In writing as she had
to Forest Newbury and young Robert
Thornton?! Bho readied, tho wording
of the 'twp letters, fcach lino was
strangely vivid, ovqn though she, had
hurriedly scratched off ''the n&tes a
few days before, fearful lest, In paus
ing for careful composition she lose
courage and fall altogc'th'or In taking
this Important step.
In Forrest's note she recalled tho
old da) s they had spent together In
the little village where his father had
officiated In the quaint, Ivj -grown
churchiof St. Vincent, and whero, his
grandfather had preached before htm.
She spoke of the long summer days
spent In gathering flowers and play
ing tcnnlsjin the Weftbrook courts,
and of tt autumn cienlng confi
dences before tho'verj fireplace Into
hlch she was now gazing so Intent
ly. i She ended' the note briefly; .,
"You asked me many times during
those da) a one question. You recall
It? iMfevor wished io marry. I was
selfish, perhaps, f am stlfl selfish.
I.nst night, when Dr. Morley told me
that the Illness against which I have
Jjcon fighting so desperately had at
last reached, its crisis and that the
chango was for tho worse, I decided
that I could no longer live in hope
less, biter onellness. It you still
Want me, I will marry jouti . 1
Tho scconu note wob less Intimate,
liut equally to tthe point. Bho had
'rnet Robert Thornton on Western
trlp the previous summer; and It
was with peculiar forebodings and
many inward promptings that she
had finally, summoned i courage to
tend him the simple little note.
"My Dear Mr. Thornton,'.' it ran.
"I remomber that we were standing
at the top of Mount Wlnslow and
the wind una keen and sweeet against
inur faces, when you asked mo tnat
question for tho first and, perhaps
,(who knows?) the last time. You
said then 'It ever you are tired, If ev
er )ou are lonely, jou have only to
summon me. I will come.' I am no
longer that active, free-limbed girl
whom you used to compliment on
mountain climbing. I am a hopeless.
'relpless Invalid", but lam 'summoning
Marian Westbrook knew that both
notes had i cached their destination
some 36 hours ago, and that If they
had been received and promptly an
swered, she might expoct tthe replies
by the evening mall. What would
be the result of her Impetuous dar
ing? ' m i t
Of Forrest Newbury's answer she
was roJBdnably certain. He was a
frail oung clergyman and had al
wa)H, n spite ot frequent advanceas
on the nart of manr moonstruck
Ldamsels of" his city parish, held aloof,
cherishing, as he frequently wrote
her, one glorious Image In his heart.
Maria)) Westbrook, of the old days,
had Veen1 Inclined to treat, the serious
oung preached an a joke. Since her
fathor's death, and the lecent Illness
that had cut her oft from active Jlfe
and caused so muny of her old friends
to fall away frtom her. she turned
'back, with not a' little tenderness, to
the thought ot renewed Intimacy
with the old lover and friend.
About Itnbort Thornton she was
not bo ceitaln. Ills 'was a'moro to
bust, fcare-fiee nature', unhampered
by tho visions and moods of tho tom
perainontal )oung parson. She won
dered It he still reiriembered hdi, and.
It he did, whether hat memory held
anything ot affection. ' "'
Well, It was a game well worth the
playing. She had showit her hand
nnd now It was left to the ever ruling
Fates to decide the Issue.
Tho great hall clock at tho other J.
end of the room ticked on monoton
ously. The girl shook back tho soft
lace from her wrist and searched the
table besjdq her for some paper or
book with which to rlstract her
thoughts. She picked up a olume
of poets but threw It aside,
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"One leter, Miss Marian
do anj thing for jou?"
Marian managed to smile upon the
little maid, as she shook her head.
"No, Marie, I am quite comfort
able." The letter was lying on tho
table now within reach, but she was
afraid to gance toward It, knowing
that the handwriting would at onco
betray' its author.
"Very well," said Marie. I
As the maid left the room, Marian
Clutched the letter with an odd little
cr. It was from Forrest, dear old
friend, she could nlwajs depend up
on him! Sho toro open tho seal.
I She turned page after page In fe
verish haste. At tthe end, she bowed
her head in her hinds and though
hnrsh, choking sobs forced their way
to her lips, her eyes remained dry.
The letter was kind enough, but
self-centered and egotistical In tone.
Forrest Newbury wrote thnt ho re
membered ever) thing. He would al
was love hcr.liut ho cherished her
rather ns a vision, n dream to be sat
isfied In th'e horcatter; than as ft
woman tmnde for'the brutal cares of
life. He was very poor nnd his parish
was growing. He was bitterly sorry
to hear ot her 111 health. Ho would
run down to see her as soon as pos
sible. There fust or necessity be
some delay, as his people required so
much of his time and energy. In n
word, as Marian confessed to herself.
In spite ot otl his tactful rhetoric, ho
did not want her, a burdensome In-'
valid, upon his hands.
She sat, before the fire for an hour,
or a minute she could not havo told
which musing. It was the entrance
of-jilsrle that finally roused her.
t "A gentlemtn, Miss Marian. ' Shall
t show him in?"
Marian spoke listlessly, "If ou
please, Marie."- She remembered thnt
Or. Morley had told her that as ho
wjas unusually, busy, his assistant
would make the Customary call thnt
(. She did not raise her head until
the footsteps paused at her side. Then
Bhe cried alound, nnd her fnco grow
strangely white as she 'raised her
ejes to those of Robert Thornton. '
"You, you," she gasped "You
There was a wondrous tenderness
In his dark eyes as ha answered hor.
?'Dld you not expect me?."
She sobbed, half dated: "I do not
know, I do not know. I would only
be a burden. I 1 ." I
tile knelt at her side. "Little
white flower,'' ho said, "I am glad
that you are frail and weak, that you
can no longer walk, for now ou will
sco how great U my love -nnd my
strength will be enbugh for two." '
Sho pushed him aside; then, with
a strango roughness,, "It Is a lie,"
sho 'sajd. "Forgive me, but It was)
only to 'test you, to seo what love j
means to a man. It Is truo that 'l I
hove been veiy III that tho crisis
i..-.i,..i ...oo., ,... u ...
n.a imiin ' "B", v . nu;
for the better, not for worse,
shall be well."
Then, as he sprang toward hor In
the firelight, she sobbed against his
shoulder, "And I love ou."
JUDGE HANAIKE DEAD
LIIIU12, Kauai, Jan. 20 Judge
n. Hanalko, second District Magis
trate ot Llhuo and denutv Tax As
sessor for his district died at ten
o'clock last morning, after 4 re
maining unconscious since Ave o'clock
on Monday evening, since which tlmo
ho hadnot spoken, a word.
- Ho(was one of, Uja most prominent
of the ' Hawallaif residents ot tho
district," where iho ha dwelt since
1879, and was uolvcrenjly respected
and bolovcd.thavlngmaio spirit of raro
kindliness jcaA jiteadfa&t devotion to
his duties. -He waa never very robust,
and of late has Buffered considerably
from n complication of. several ail
ments, which ended In, tho paralysis
of ono side of his body, the day before
He was born In Hilo District, Isl
and of Han all, at Kukuau, on May 21,
into, no was sixiyinree years ana
eight months of ago at the time ot hla
death. Oarden Island.
A man bollovod to bo flcorgo Mils
grovos, for whom a roward has been
offcre( for thirteen jears bocaiiso ofi
a murder by tho "Black Jack" gang
near noswcll, N. M., Is under nireat
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Man to iisslst on automobile lamp
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1177 AlnkoK St. 4530-lw
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Addrotu, "4u." llultcltn. 452G-U
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