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By C. N. AND A.
Copyright. 1910. by Douhtedty, Tf 41
Company Copyright. 1909, by
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(Continued from Last Saturday.)
"ou pre n renl hero." unld ls.
dorn "Oh, o-ohl" And nho brtntlii'tl
llttlo cooini; sighs of pity nt sight of
the hero's burn. "I could cry over
jour poor linntL It's n Hhnmo"
I'lensu don'tl" exclaimed I-ovelnnd,
Intiglilng. "I can't stand any moro
"I)ld yon mind when I cried?" asked
"Awfullyl" said Lorclnnd. As ho
spoko he smiled down nt her In a
friendly way, nnd the kindness In tho
hlue, black lnbed eyes mnilo tho girl's
heart flutter llko nn Imprisoned bird
Sho hid becu In loe wllh him slnco
tho first day n little, then moro nnd
more. Now her loe overflowed. It
was too much for her emotional nn
turo. Sho could not keep It back.
And vvhy should Bhc try to keep it
Imck. she nsketl herself, since her love
must bo considered nn honor by this
unsuccessful forclgu adventurer?
"I'm Blail." she almost s'obbetl. "Oh,
you're worth more to mo than nny-
thine In tho world I won't cry again
If you ask me not. I'll do whatever
you wnnt mo to. I'n'd most kill mo If
he knew I was talking like this. Hut
I don't rare I don't euro for anybody
but j on- no one else Oh. supposo I'd
lit pi inn It e me marry Leo Cobcn be
fore IM met youl'
Loveland wns dumfounded. "My
deir girl," he exclaimed, "jou don't
know what you are snjlngl You"
"I do know," Isldora broko In. "I
know jou are poor and In a lot of trou
ble, nnd you might have gone to pris
on. Hut you re n gentleman, all right
lou'ro you, and that's enough. If jou
c.iro ubout me the sntun as I do about
jou, why, all the rest"
"But 11 mean I'm suro you don t
renlly core," stammered Val, checking
himself on tho vergo of Baying sonio
"I do care. You needn't bo afraid,"
she assured him. "I wouldn't liavo
said a word. IM 'a' walteil for you to
speak If things linil been different, but
I saw how jou felt by the way your
eye"? looked a mlnuto ago, nnd I
wouldn't stop for manners, because, I
snjs to myself, lio's too much of a
gentlcmin to tell n girl bo loves her
when bo's got nothing and sbo every
thing" "I hapo I nm too much of a gentle
man to" Vol began desperately, but
she cut him short with ono llttlo
plump, pitchoull scented band over
"I knuw it That's what I said,
lou don't need to tell me," she hurried
on. "We'll have to run away and get
married Then pa'll forgho me. I'm
all bo's got. lie couldn't bcir mo to
viaut for anything. But It's no uso
asking him first. Ho"
"Dear girl, I hio no Idea of asking
"No, of course. You ain't so elllj-.
Ills heart's set on my taking Leo, but
I wouldn't touch him with a ten foot
polo now. My hero, I'll marry you to
"Tho devil you will!" said Alexan
der. They stood together nt tho door, ho
and Leo Cohen, who had persuaded
tho old mun at Inst on ono excuso or
another to Imltu him upstairs.
Tho girl struggled up from her
knees, and ns Lov eland bounded out
of tho big clnlr sho caught his arm,
nestling ngnlnst him.
"You villain! Stralln' my gal's lovo
behind my back nnd entlcln' her to run
off with youl" stuttered. Alexander,
purplo with fury.
"I didn't" began Val indlgnnntly.
"What! You didn't? You want me
to bclloro my gal asked you to marry
Lav eland started ns If Alexander had
struck htm nnd flushed to tho fore
heniL Involuntarily he glanced nt Isl
dora, who looked up at him beseech
ingly. "Spare mo!" tho nlmoml eyes
"No. I don't want you to bcllove
Hint," he Bald. And how hugely lie
would hnvo laughed had bo been told
n fi-H weeks ago that ho would let
himself be misunderstood and shamed
for tho en ko of a girl llko Isldora! But
now he did not
feci It strango
that ho should
mako this sacri
fice for her. And,
It seemed to bo
voice, L o s I o y
him nlwnys, badu
him spnru this
woman at any
"You nro n
V Ml luunkr said Al
"TAKf HAT Kilt VOUII y() ,11(,nl of
"No." uiiHwensl I,ovulutiil,
",Shi)M nliut j mi nrv, den, You'ro
K UlA- V'-"l Uy.-W jiuiilfLtiiy-iliiuu;iiti'r
because jou t'lnk you get her money!"
"Oh, p.i, he loves me! It's me ho
wauls!" walled Isldora, weeping, jet
not daring to defend her lover at tho
expense of woimuly self rcspecL
"lou're n llttlo fool, l77le, or you
wouldn't bellevo nuj siyli n t'lng," Al
exander scolded her, somcwlint soften
ed by her tenrs. "A feller llko dot a
fraud, a liar"
"If you were a younger man you
wouldn't dure to say that," Locland
rut 111 in short. "It's jou who are
" lint I You cnll mo n liar? Y'ou
you cheat, jou couvlit!" sputtered
Alexander. "Tnko tint for jour Im
pudence!" And, rushing nt I.ov eland
Jiko an angry bull, be struck him with
fboth podgy fists ,
Isldorn screamed and sclzcil her fa
ther's arms, crying out tint he wns
wicked, cruel, ungrateful to the man
who hud saved his houso from burn
ing. "Don't be nfniM I'm not going to
strlko back," Lorelnud reassured her.
"He knows tint"
"Yes, lie knovts dnt because he
knows youse a coward," Aluxauder
sneered, w hcezlug nsthmntlcally. "You
"That's exactly what I'm anxious to
do," said Lo eland. "Goodby, Miss
"Oli, you nln't Iculng me forever!"
cried the girl. "I'n, don't send hlra
away like tills. lie he ain't to blnmo."
She hesitated, stnminerlng. Then a
wild longing to keep her lover nt all
hazards overcamo feur uud scruples.
"It wns mo who"
"Don't," said Loveland. "You can
do no gooiL I shan't forget your kind
ness. We won't seo ench other ngnln,
but you must forget tonight and mar
ry 8ome mnn who can mako you hap
py. Goodby ouco more." And. push
ing put Cohen, who hovered near tho
door, he sent the commercial trnvcler
sprawling ns lie walked out of the
Block Dick, wlio had been told to
guard the broken window of tho res
taurant in tho master's absence, bod
heard nil or most of the disturbance
from the foot of tho stairs, nnd ho
ran after Lovoland to suggest tho wis
dom of getting money from Alexander,
"Ho am n mighty wicked ole man,"
whispered tho negro. "Y'ou done a lot
fur him, nn' now he kick you out o'
dc house wldout wages."
"I shall never get a penny from tho
old beast It's useless to try," said
Lovoland heavily, seeing a vision of
homeward bound ships sailing nway
without him on boirtl "floodby, Dick.
I wish I had something to give you to
remember me bj, but I haven't."
"Lnwd, why I'm n rich man w!d
money In de bank," protested Dick.
"Do you t'lnk because I got n black
face I talo suQln' off'n you? Ko; on
de odder hand. I lend J'ou what you
like, sab, nnd yon pay mo back wheu
you like. You'vo tret mo llko n gem
man' Lnv eland thanked htm, curiously
touched, and ns he refused the loin ho
found himself, somewhat to his own
surprise, shaking hnuds warmly with
tho colored cook.
Bill Willing sat reading In tho cold
est corner of the writing room In tho
Bat hotel. Somehow when bo bad not
denuded himself of his Inst nickel nnd
could afford to piy for n corner any
where It wns always thu coldest cor
ner, because bo blithely sncrlllced his
dinners of the warmer ones to others.
"Snj", Just look nt this, my boy!" be
exclaimed, his eyo sparkling with ex
cltcmint, as ho pointed to n paragraph'
which lie hid marked with red Ink
from a Iwttlo on tho tabic
"Wanted" wan tho attractive word
which headed tho paragraph, and that
was what Val bad expected, but as he
rend on ho grew puzzled. "Wanted
For repertory work, Juvcnllo lending
in.ui; must be tall; good looker; not
over thirty; gentlemanly manners nnd
nppearance; slim ,uguro; fnshlonnblo
wanlrobo on nnd off stngo; no boozers
or loafers need npply. Wrlto nt oqcc,
Inclosing photo nnd stating experi
ence, nge, weight nnd lowest salary,
to Jack Jacobus, managing star tour
for I.lllle do Lisle, the Llttlo Human
riovver, Jlodunk, O,"
"Great Scott, ain't It the grandest
ever?" Bill demanded, with a beam
ing smllo. "My llttlo gal, I.lllle do
Lisle! It's her; It's her! Thcro can't
bo two Ltllle do Ltsles. I'rnlso be,
I'vo beard of her agalnl And slio's
nay up top Bho's a star."
"Ob, tho girl you used to bo In lovo
with nt tho theater?" naked Loveland.
"Used to bo? Wns, am and will bo
till I end my days. Geo, every week
w henover there was n spare dlmo l'v o
always bought this paper to seo If I
could run across her namo and know
whero she wns or what slio's doln'.
And hero sho Is n star on n tour of br
ow n, doln' business ns n 'little human
flower.' Great, nln't it?"
"Why don't you wrlto nnd sny you'd
llko to havo this engagement?"
"Mo? Oh, Jlmlny, am I a good
looker nm I under thirty, with n fnsh
lonablo wardrobe on nnd off? Huh,
mine's mostly off!" Bill laughed and
then sighed. "Tho good Lord didn't
make mo for no Juvenile lead."
"But It sho still likes jou sho'd
stretch a point In your favor," Love
"Jacobus wouldn't. Ho wnstho prop
erty man I told you nbout that got me
tho snclc on uccount of Lllllo"
"By Jove!" oxclnlmed Vnl. "I say,
you don't supposo ho's married her
"Can't hnvo, nt least not unless Ills
vtlfo's Bonn off tho hooks," said Bill.
"I hoard of him not n year ago from
ono of l lie linys who used to Niipo with
me. Ha Id Jurnbus had married an
aclrexi turned 'J'huni Moon, a big dark
yi oiuii ii In (ho heavy lino, .lly Jinks,
IVHu.' they was nttvirtlslug fofn sccno
painter Instead pf Juvenllo lend.
Wouldn't I lust whiz out to Modunk
like n shotl Sny, Gordon, you wouldn't
llko tho Job, would you7 urcnt meat
Why, jou'ro mndo for IL And you
could glvo 'the llttlo human flower' old
Bill's never fnllln' lovo."
"I couldn't get them to tnko me. I'm
afraid." said lovoland. "I'm not nn
'Tooli!" said Bill. "Ain't you ever
played as an nmntcur?"
"Yes. once or twice. They roped mo
In," snld Loveland, recalling a brilliant
sccno In the country houso of a
"Well, then, there you are with your
experience. And ns for the wanlrobo
my goodness, Ind, what do you wont
moro than those swell twoeiU of yours
nnd tho dresn suit you'vo got? Mnybt
you'll do better nt Alexander's now
you're n kind of stnr yourself"
"A fallen star," laughed Lorclnnd.
"Look at me and see tho marks I got
sliding down the sky."
Then for tho first time Bill noticed
that his friend's hair xvns singed nnd
his face reddened on ono Bjdc, bin
white shirt covered with black spots
nnd.hls left hand partly In, partly out
of, n clumsily made bandage.
"Moses, but you hnvo been through
the wars!" exclaimed IU1L And he
listened with growing excitement to
Lovelnnd's version of tho fire,
"Ho chucked me." said Loveland.
"Je-rusalem! Why, In the namo of
nil that's decent?"
"It wns In tho nntno of everything
Indecent 'villain, cheat, llnr, coward'
that he did It. According to him, I
wns all thoso and ought to bo In pris
on. He thought I'd been making love
to his daughter."
"Gee! And had your
"No. It wns a misunderstanding.
Bnt I couldn't explain. And tho long
and short of It Is that I crawled In tho
dust for n few wretched dollars, which
It seems I've got to loso nftcr all. I
don't know how I'm to touch nny
moro unless I do ns you say nnd get
this placo with your friend, 'tho hu
"You'll go?" asked Bill, brightening.
"Bather, If they'll havo mo. But I
haven't oven n pliotogrnph"
"Como nut with me," said Hill, Belz
Ing him by his sound nrm. "I know
a place where they do you n tlntypo
by flashlight for 10 cents nnd finish
while you wnlt. I'll Bland the racket.
Y'ou can turn your good sldo to the
machine By the tlmo the nnswer
comes your hsir'll havo grown out and
you'll be lookln Al. Hurrah! Three
cheers for I.lllle dc Lisle, 'tho llttlo
human flower,' and her new Juvcnllo
O-DUNK!" shouted a brakc-
man, flamming tbo door of
tho day t coach in which
Lovclriml bad traveled since
soma vngueljiircm6uibercd hour In tbe
night when bo iMid changed trains.
He had dozed, sitting on the hard
red seat, bis head leaning wearily
against the window frame, nnd bo
started up nt tbo yell which for nu in
stant seemed part of his dream.
But. then, everything latelv had
been a dream his weird experiences
Hi New York, (he alweine of implies
from his mother mid the I-oiidon lnnk
in nnsucr to Ills en Lied nppenU, the
coming of tbo telegram from Jack
Jacobus, ncccptlng tho very modest
terms named nt Bill's suggestion, his
start from tho magnificent Grand Cen
tral stntlon In New York, where tbo
now "Juvenile lend" Ind found his
ticket awaiting him. And now, as ha
bundled bait dnzctl out of tho local
train ho had boarded some hours ago.
the dream suddenly grew more bewil
dering that ever.
Whnt n contrast was this little coun
try "depot" with tho splendors of the
Ornnd Central In New York!
Through nn open door of tho pnssen
gem' waiting room Lovclnnd caught a
glimpse of a squat stovo rising like a
fat bodied gray dwarf from n big box
of sawdust, and n man who hod been
warming his hands enmo out of the
room ns tho trnln stopped. Ho wns
fifty, perhaps, nnd tall, with n swag
gering walk, w hlch caused the shabby
fur lined coat bo wore to swing llko
tho skirt of n woman's dress as ho
moved forwnrd. Ho had on patent
leather boots, cracked with old ago
and caked with new mud.
Every "lino of tho faco nnd figure, ev
ery artlclo of clothing, bespoko the
fifth rnto, seedy actor who has parted
In his tlmo with most things except
his self conceit
The Idlers on tho bench stared at
him, then, nt tho newcomer, and re
garded with lazy curiosity tbo meet
ing between tho two, for this gentle
man In the tall silk hat and fur over
coat was Mr. Jack Jacobus, como to
claim Mr. P. Gordon, tho new member
of his company.
aOnc quick glnnco nnd the glnss grny
eyes bad taken In each detail of Love
land's nppeninnco from tho smartly
mndo traveling cap, which still kept
Its shape, down to tho neat In-own
boots. He nppiovcd all, It wus evi
dont, Pxcept the battered glndstone
bug which Bill Willing had bought ex.
tranrdhurlly cheap nt a pawnbrokers
sale as n gift for tils friend ((onion
This Lnv eliind rallied In his hum!, anil
liu kiw the actor inanager'H guru lent
carilniilntlly upon It Mr .lacol.m in
qulied If lie had the p!i-UMiit of sit
ing Mr I'eriTWil Cordon I lien when
answered In the nlllimntlM- he ilellt
ereil hliiin-lf of u fen polite woiils or
Mllil'il J ml gn lu-iiMill light. Don't
liiuivv wlinl wo Hliuili Ii:io iIiiiio r
jou hadn't turned up llur Juvwiilu
lend tiimu iluwn wllh typhoid ut our
hint Wi'i'U'ji Hljui'l mid wu'vu liiyii fuU-
Ing our best ever since. Got tbo
checks linndy for your big bnggnge?"
Lovclnnd had )o explain that ho had
no big baggage
and under tho
ing eyes of Ja
cobus felt ns In
significant as a
manded tho man
ager. Ills' tono
of friendly con
descension to n
now member of
his company al
tered to ono of bul
Is here," said
ing out Dili's
"borry 1 forgot
"what, no waiii
nonEt" to bring a magnifying glass," sneered
Jacobus. "But, seo here, I call this
false pretenses. How nro you going
to play n new pnrt every night of tho
week, somo of 'em costoom ones, all
out of n grip no bigger than jour
pocket? You ought to bnvo told mo
what you didn't havo If It wouldn't
havo taken jou too lopg."
Lov eland wished that ho had no
heavier burden to carry than bis tmg,
but he kept tho thought to himself a'nd
trudged off with the arbiter of his
destiny. Tho loungers, too far away to
overhear the conversation, guessed
that It "was -not altogether of a friend
ly nature and transferred their quids
of tobacco to their checks lu order to
discuss tho situation with a now If
fleeting animation. As he passed them
to descend tho plntform steps to tho
muddy country road Loveland caught
tho words "show folks."
"Show folks!" Yes, ho was ono of
tbo show folks.
Loveland pricked nil over as If with
n million stabs of tiny pins, but Ja
cobus only laughed and said that It
was a good advertisement.
He questioned Lov eland sharply con
cerning his theatrical experience, seem
ing to Incline, toward distrust slnco the
Incident of tho traveling bag. Very
soon bo found out. In all Its nakedness,
tho truth which had been veiled In the
letter dictated by Hill-that Mr. Perce
val Gonlon's experience had all leen
as nn nmntcur nnd not very cxtcnslvo
nt that, nowovcr, as Bill had prophe
sied, ho did not nppenr to think tt mat
tered much, though he sniffed nnd
"hum'd" n llttlo by way of curbing tho
new mnu's self esteem "You'vo got a
good stage presenco nnd voice," snld
he, "though I don't know what tho
folks here will think of that English
nccent of jours. Pity you can't talk
"You ought to have told me I had to
play n new part every night." said
T.ovclnud. And tho joung man and
the middle aged one, looking each oth
er straight In tho cjes, conceived for
one nnother nn Intense dislike. "I was
given to uniUrstnnd by a person of
experience Unit I should have enough
to get nn with until I could buy some
thing If necessary."
"Well, that depends on how scon you
buy," icturned Jucobun less bitterly
"m know very well that jou'd have
mo on the leg onco you got out hero
at thin here little place with your
ticket paid. Our show ain't mndo of
money, especlilly tho past two weeks.
Ue.ivens! What a frost! Wo'vo been
Hi Ing on our gleanings from last
mouth, when wo were going like
smoke, ami counting on tho now Juve
nllo lend tu help work up better bus!
mss. '1 hat's why I'm so sore at your
cheek, Mr. Gordon, shooting yourself
out west with whnt jou stand up In
But ns you nre here wo must mako the
best of a Ind business. The girls may
like jou even with whiskers on your
shirt cuffs, nnd I supposo among us
we'll rig jou up somehow out of our
theater trunks, Thnt's what you wero
lay lug for, eh?"
"Look hero! If you'ro going to In
sult mo much moro I shall turn round
and go Imck If I have to walk." snld
Lordnnd, cold, hungry, tired nnd miv
erablc, but with Just spirit enough left
In him to bo furjous.
Jacobus saw that ho bad gone too
far If tbo Juvcnllo lend wero not to
slip through his fingers. Ho did not
want that to happen, though ho al
ready bad an uneasy Jealousy of P.
"Pshaw!" be exclaimed, laughing.
"Dou't j'ou know a Joko from an In
sult In jour part of tho country? It
glvo mo a start to sec you land with
out a wardrobe, and I have n right to
be mnd. But I've Just snld wo'd make
tho best of It nnd help jou out nil we
can. Whnt enn wo do more?"
The actor-manager watched his new
acquisition furtively nnd nt last Inter
mpud himself In describing with smne
acerbity tho nlisent members of the
company to remark siiddcnlj, "You
look like n soldier."
"I am a t-oldler," Lov eland replied
Ixforo he stopped to think
"Oh!" snld Jacobus, regarding him
keenly "English nrniy. uf coumo? '
"Yes," niiHwerid Vnl shortly, regret
ting his frankness
"Il'iii' Wh it went you sergeant?"
I.nvelnud tuuld hnvo broken nut Into
mivage laughter lie. a lieutenant In
tin) (Ireiindter guirds, asked bj this
seedj thfitrluil man If It wrie n Sir
"No, 1 wasn't a strgiMiit," lie n piled
"H'nr l-ie heie, 1 hoK jou didn't
leave the. nrmj er on short notice,
eh? nii know what I menu"
VI o jou menu um I a deserter?
Well, net j inn mind at rent" said
liiehind. siwillnviliig his viral Ii 'I m
not a ili'Kt'iii'i mid I Hhin't tiling du
eiiii'n upon )"nr 'oinpnin "
(OontlnutJ Rett Saturday)
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ilgnntnro of Anfix
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Children Cry for
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Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
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Grocers Sell It.
F. L. Waldron distributes it
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effect, anil f ally indorse It as a safe, remedy."
will make things lovely.
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