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The Evening World Dally Magazine Monday, Janua f y 30, 1 911
Ky Helen Rowland
jYvyifyyyirrinri'ri - MaWawBMaW. w.
aCtM L wawaawgl
CeprdtM, int. to The Pnea PuMtiNas Cm. (The Ntw fork Wo rig).
T'S a wite chOd IJIaf know.t it own mother iri f&eje
day of divided tklrtt, dtvi&td offenflnn and
Pent leve will
eutninga, but real
Koicnday a "tuocettful hu.inand"
reference from hi former wile.
It Itn't thai a man think a higher
ohfect to her trotting to much time on Ore and mathemattct when he
might he learning tomething really utefvland beautiful tueh a how to
hold a baby, ooddl a man and fry oytttrt.
Thought are thing," emd the wife who on oomwpUHning that her
huaband "doetnt love her" wOl loon fin that he'll tafia her word for It.
ttame women art born fatdnating, tome acquire fatrtnatlon and tome
flirtation in Hke a pink teoharmiei hut not exerting; love like a
4Mn dinner gloriously exhilarating, but apt to leave, you with thai uncom
fortable feeling that yon ought to have let it atone.
V a woman ooutd veil her thought
her fan the would be to fatcinating that no man on earth could re-
OtmUt. mi. to Tbs etrnm Pubinbinj Cm. (Th. Mr Tm WmU).
I HO erer had rrT The elusive
and exaaperatln, dream of
enough to do with, In bus
iness. In factory. In office, la
always troubling us. The
' ymut merchant Is craTiped for capital,
ana) he elans and hopes and etrufclee
for enoTjfh money to do h'ialneas with
eselly. lie n-UJ never r.rt it.
The younc msnufnoturer Incurs for
nore maohlner-. better m.-hlnee. Just
Knottier bulldlna;. He will set all these,
lnttjbe In the same tlx art til. The student
wants a year In Kurope, and when he
eta It lie Is eti:rin -alajht of another
: ear In some other country.
The means to do with Is the everlast
ing1 cry. The laok of those means is the
dullard's excuse and the inem!ent
man's explanation of Ms failures,
tianius Is the ability to deslan and 10
tasecute aa well. ilentua creates the
' jnaana. Tha means are a part of the
same. It wouM Indeed be a simple mai
ler to do snythln. If th tools were at
hand Bit t'l are the creatures of
The saw came because wood had To
fb cut. All machinery oame as a felt
.. i.esJ and was Invented ty aome man
lio wai in trouble as to how to pro-
duos the resul
What skill have men shown In ';
the ncci'tsary raid'a!'. Whnt hrllllant I
work has heen shown In gaining the j
tvlcton' over shortage! What wonders
'have bern wrought by Inadequate r -
Advice to Lovers
Ihe Engaged Girt.
V dear rlrls.
1 - dhjtressed young
HaV- '"t, "I nm engaged
fijet afca wish to annoiineo
She treats me Just
of bar acquaintance
tions extended to her, without me, and without OonBUvUtss me.''
Now, It has been my eMirlence l tint the very girl who acts In this way to
ward the man she has promised to marry would be most likely to resent similar
tiahsvlor on his part. My dears, you oannot expect any man to give up everj
tali.a tot you it you aro lUlwHlilsJ to irlve up anything for him.
Atilltl. Utio signs neu ir:i,-i n. i.
".V young man une-d' to call
upon me quite frequently and 1 liked
hlin very muoh. One nlifht, though, ho
called and I treated him very coldly for
no renon whatsoever. Since then he
has i-euscd his attentions. What can I
You cannot do anything. You should
'think twice before treatiuif people cold
ly If you do not mean It. You cannot
t spect t hold vour friends If you act In
the way you say you do.
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This Is the New
a ''" ''4 , -. ..v.Jtpeiiwfcni'iw' i iTiiMii'iVie iiSas
ANHW fashlrm In ?ns (liere Illustrated from the Tendon Sketch) hai
been Introducerl In Bu one and may roaoh New York next eprtnjr.
It Is known :,s the ' ihovciind-below-the-knuckle" finer, It Is do i
iia. one circlet lli;if worn jun uliove tho knuckle; and one in the usual poslti "
i us) t.is ssdn, linger, r.iv 'at a e aaaynasajaa u ut , ui ,uu
of a n t
tomettme feeep a hutbant) at home
fear ha been known to do it mur
i one who it able to incur a good
eduoatlon hurt a alrl, tut that Mj
and feeling a derteroutly at the
J. Hay no
aooreae! Ut nat M Mn of email
meana lose a moment of tlma ny hops
at 1t wtrh srhat niMna jwi have
Put against the Ink of more means the.
prlceleae time you erm wasting waiting
fr a supply. Do the Inps1bla. MtjM
the young biulnmi par its own tx
pense, provide It own capital and tOtlS
you all the time. Win tho capital you
Do not borrow. Do not lot some oi.e
furnish it and ao have a hold On
your promising future. Dig It out. eave
H from your clothaa, your vary food.
Horrowed capital to almost a mlanomer
For the oapltal owns tha business,
and too owner f the capital Is the
real owner of the business, not Ml,
borrower. The borrower's mind Is rare
ly relieved by the loan. The growing,
prospet i la enterpi !e keeps, working
right up to the Mmlt of "More, more."
We are always farced to acknowledge
our limit. It may he 'hut to-day's limit,
and to-morrow quite likely we can pass
It. Hut no active man erer falls to
cleanly see pslbll!'1es aliead Which are
beyond his present powers.
ere never satisfied heoause we are
he'ng with an endless existence. We
partake f tha Infinite, whose children
we ere. The man who retires as a rule
rxplalna to friends that he never saw
more In h1a
business than on that
Aanln. therefore, let It be UTfed: Oo
a te.id at once n-lth n-hat you have and
make whnt you have get mora.
as aaai ai a as as aaaaaaa aa aaaa a si a e as as as as M
you liave no rlirht to promise to marry
some youn? man and then refuse fa give up the at
tentions of the other men of your a-'qualntanoe.
If you really love a man enough to become his wife It
should be no hardship to you to gtva up going to theatres
and parties without hlin.
In almost every iiia.ll T receive one or more letter from
men who tell me some suoh ead tala aa
to be nuurled, but my fiancee does not
our enRagement. And In the meanwhile
ae she does all the other yoimn men
and continues to accept all the Invita
AOIRIe wlio algna her letter "I-..
I ." writes:
"I hod an engagement with a
; youim BaM "d I ws foTted to break
I It. I wroie. giving him my reason
1 for so ding. Since Mien I hase met
' MM several times, but he atll not rec
J iwnlze me. This makes roe so unhappy
What snail 1 do?"
Trv to forget tHio young man, for he
Is must utile this. You ars fortu-
I scnublo lie is before you learned 1c
...... , n un..A l..,.,,.l , . ,.
value hi ruetKMuVp more nlguiy.
Let George Do It!
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Reuben Breaks Up
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I By Will
B. Johnstone j
A New ARSENE
V 1 LUPIN Story
The Blonde La d y
By Maurice LeBlanc
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lYMomn Of rHKCkINt1 INflTALMMlai
I'nif, tftftmut nt,it a in olil ImimI nrtUiitf iuU
V a htrlJliUt iirrwm lot ht cUiaglilrr, ixdntn.
A r.ntr , i h p f ran r tu Mil In m 1 h
tU r. tilt i tins lihttlitm tHirtu fr It ia ty
fit- . I ttrt fk it ttoifaV in it U 4 MtUr, M'kat,
rs-, bsiuarui hi IrVliTnU, TUr ti. mt
I imi Mil trmm mu, mi hn.ttic tint u nn
) i imfHi m, in " i-'i i anii" t
It 11 f mlt ir iiait Ai l.iiiiM
draw tlic rtvuwy.
uli ha, -rtl.-M lit its. arv n iw iimi.im in ! iff.
in rtni'i.M I i i in in a mmyr, iii fin
tin. aii't tU' in (lftmtl nnrsi,tif a tir
ill',., in ir th- iirua nvir, ii tn.nnannr
M iw. itranifp i ki'lnaiieti, t am . i
i . I .in, ii, an av inil' ' I-'U' " I
ht.i, n itt ami aa)iw I ha U Bet. nrina 4.
Iat i iv half to Luiln. At Imhimm n-uat
hvI Imii.Ui nww IWB wlTMPl th- mi'iinni
Jul than , i-ii- aur. un- i . b m lU tlf .
Xutnber 5M, Scries 23-
; Kit 11' -TS stood nuted to the
floor. The lawyer lld not
fj...l t.w.b ,.M ,! hit
wiinoni me lessi siiow u
Tin re m ss , III lie du' Ml
lie hruSDSd It with the ue-'k of his eOn.
"My dear mailre, if I nn evi r he
of use to you My liet wishes.
Mile. Husii'iue. and k nd reaiird to ,4.
Ihll,ppe." He tmik a MsVT koUI tiunt
ei from hu fjo ket. "M. .erbol. It Is
now eighte n mhiiitr to four: l iih.r
Ise yoti t leave this loom at fourteen
minutes to four. Not a moment
before fourteen minutes ' four
Ln It understood?"
"Hut tthey'll enter f. f fare,)" Mnltro
Deilnan eiuM not aWp s.i mg.
"Tau forget 'he law, tnv dear mnlti-e!
flanlmard would noA'er dare to vlolnt-i
the sanoiltv f a r"reii'-iiinan's home.
W e should have time few u p. eon mt r.iti
her. Ihsl forgive uie, yei nil three seem a
little upset and 1 would not for Dm
word shone "
Ho iila I the watch on the table,
tied the I . ' ti,e room and, ad
dressing the fair-imired lady, said:
"thall w so. dear'."'
He stoo l hu k for Jier to isits. nikde
a irtlng and very resjieetfiil bOW to
Mile, Uemol, w, ilked out ami closed
the door oft' t htm. And they heard
htm, In the hall, snylng aloud:
"ilooc: nfieriioon. : oiilu u id . how are
ion? Hem, mher mo ver' kindly to
Mine. Oanlniiinl I mu.t lnip
In on heir pa lunch one of toe-e daj.
The hell mns a;ln, phnrply. violent:!.
;lowed hy r'ii:itMt knocks and bv t-io
eoiunl tif votoal 0:1 ttie landing.
"A quarter to four." stamiuered M.
Alter a few se 0Ddl he itappad holdly
Into the hall Arsene l,upln mil h,
fiilr-halre.l lady were not there,
"Kalhet I Y'on musn't:
nil!" cried toMMUS,
"Wait? You're M mOSJ
i naaidai , Ituu to thnt scouQdrsl !
And what about th, half million?
He opened the door
(Innlinsrd rushed In:
"Where's that lady
"He was fTiere
lie Is there
Qanlmard gave n shout of triumph:
"We've got him' The house .a
Mnltre ltetlnan objected:
"H it the servants' slslr use?"
"Tlio servniits' stalrcaie lends to tha
courtyard an I there' only one outlet,
the front die.. 1 hive tin men watching
"Hut he did not BOOM In Of the front
door. lie won : go Mil tint way
rlthc-. e e so
" hi v i . then" ' Jeeied la ilmard.
"ThrOUgk the air?"
Ho clr w I ii Ii a curtain. A lon.r piies
sue aiaa reveal edi lead. tig to th kitchen.
(aii , ir,l i an ihiwn lf and fo ind that
the door of tn" Livu'i s' slat. case wsf
o ublsloMal d.
i ntna ilia window, ha raUad to on,
of he dele, lives-
el i it Illy one
' ' lie r':i 'li'llll'.l, "l iev lire In
tha flat! 'Phev ma hiding n on.
r me raon it hi pti sh- MP i
iinposslhle for fhagtl 10 ban- uaeapi '
Ah, LfUpill, my I, I, mil d I ran,
on-e, but I'm having my i ke till.
At 7 B'OtMk in the MNHllaaTi s 01 I ad
at raoaivin, OO iidivh, the he d of to,
dataxftrYa service, Mi Dtaloul,, oallad nt
il. ill,. ,. t n p ... I. r . n IF , mil
I i faraj ouaatlon, to the men who were
watcidng the iin.ii-e a nil then wen- u lo
Maltre betll in, who tOOk MM f" hi
I room. There he vw a man, or lather
i o nu s two lexs s'.l-tl)tgllng OO the car-
Ipivt, while t in toly to which thev be
longed ergs stuffed up ttie cikUJiuey.
Hi Ill ' T'lped a
I a more dlitant voice, from rtght
i.tvive, aohoad '
M Dudoui, laughed end exclaimed:
"Well. Haiilmard, wrsit are you play
T la Inapaotor w ithdrew Ills body rom
the ohtmnay. He was unreeoignlz.iioc.
villi hi black face, his sooty clothes
and his eye, glowing with fever.
"I'm looking for htm," ha growled.
''Arsons Lupin Arsene I.upin
i 'l hla la ly friend."
Hut what next'.' You surely don't
neujlne they're hiding up the chimney'"'
lianliuard rose to his feet, put his five
loot fared tlnuera oil the sleeve of tils
i .- , MM and. In a bnllOWi angry
IV hare wuu'd )'ou hava them tie.
hlaf 1 I'hey must be wnniewhete. Tnsy
ire beluga of flnati and I'looxl, like you
..! ii.ii. ti.ey ran't vaulah Into thin
"No: but Ihey vanish for a. I that."
"Where? Where? The hou u Is bimt
POUOdad Tunis are men on tlto root!"
' W' nt aooiit the next house?"
'There's no communication."
"To- Hats on ihe other Hours?"
"I Know ,ti tha tanurvta They have
ee-i no body i Tbaff havu iirarvl nohody."
"A4T, you sure v.ui know tlnin all?'
"vary nee. The porter answers for
i 'cm Baatdea, m an addition.!; precau
UMi I ban poataal a man In aaoh flat."
We m i" tlnd them, vou know."
"That w hat I say, enh-f, ihat'a what
I siiV. We tiuiHt ami we snail, because
ilii v are both hero they can't
I,. ii)i,fltaj, elaa. Be assy, chief. If
1 dun l rudnii tuetn a-u.e . 1 atiall to-
morrow i ahiii npntti u niiVht
IW t 4fhl VMd th night hm!"
ii- dhS, -I r.ii-i, pood V:' r.uht ihw
nr. I -.no iif( nla K and thv nttrht aftvr
t)it. Aitl. hn thr- MMla dmyi at, I
thr irtfhM Imimi. not only )v1
'it- f ilial in it..vfr tho 'hialvn (iUTiin
nn.l m no Icm wtttOtYw 'tnipanlon. Mil
'I 1 i'n hnif. lllglllQil
olui ip m m h to Found t m rtlghttwl
IHU willl. n
Am that i frhy no rolSiofl tn budif
fnrn hiw firm ipt;i!n .
"Sin ?irw'i nu tram ,f rii.ir Ot.i.t
i,av mns u
hu IN M m ax ioaa Urmlv rotivlaint
'i1'"1 i" a.imn as tmi i,.
No. n I ieiisin,l 'linn fin- a
. amah In-..
epv e like
' he !, kill genl In the
Vnd. win. out liming cour
' wnnuniMi hie eeirohhiga au.i
n.i is iie.ni : .. sarli he hoped to
"" '" th n hidden In aanaa Impene
iri ' ,1 i.rh ke.1 irp in the wall
of t ic im tie W
The nine Diamond
tha evening of the twenty
oveath of Mareh Md lan
ernl Itaron d'lUtitrac. who
' I ! is rrsn i Ambaaaa-
dor In Herlln under the He.
:. I mall a, was sleeping
' ' I' c al In an eay-chalr In the
limine .vhn.i ia lirotlwr had left him
six month before, at No, lJi Avanue
Henri-Martin. his ia.i. companion
eonllntiad to ren.l aloud to hint. While
Or August" warmed the tied and
prepared the night Mght.
As an slcoptiowU case the slater
returning to 'or ..invent thai evanlmt
to rpand tha night with the Mother l,
perior, and nt II oh lock she aald:
"!' I RniMlad now. Mile. Antoinette
and I'M going "
"'erv well, s'ster "
"And don't f.e get that tha eon la
lasplag out tn-iilg.it and that you are
Mom I, fie ...us,, ivitn the man-aar
'Voi need have no fear for monsieur
le oaron: I shall sleep m the next room,
aa arrantod, and leave the door open
The nun went awn-, a minute latah.
Churles.- the 10,11 aaiVglll. came in fer
ns ni iho s. The li.tr i had wok up. He
lis i hintMll i
"Jiiel lb, nn as usual, t'liarle. Try
the elet'trle hell, to aee If It rlnajs In
vniir tied room pfepeily, and. If you near
II during ttie tdghl, run down at Mat,
ind go -drelgV la the doctor."
"Are vo l atlll aiixloiu. general?"
' I don't feel well. I don't fsel
St ad sell. nanjft. Mile. Antoinette,
where were we in your hook?"
"Aren't you going to bed. monsieur le
"No, no, 1 don't care to go to bed ti l
verv lata; besides, I van do without
Twenty niliiutna later, the old man
doped off again and Antoinette morel
,W,y on llfitoe
At tliut atOtBOBt riiarlee ws care full v
ce'sing the khuttara on the ground floor,
ts usual. In the kitchen he psished the
ill of the door thai levl lo the garden
ami In the front hall ut not only
loo had the dSSJfbta door but put up the
il l '..stenlnt: 'he two leaves Then
Bf Want up t, his attic on the third
floor and fell neleep.
1'erhaps an hour had elapret -v ,:
s.ehlenly, he Juuv: id nut of hi d; the oei:
vaa ringing It wen' on for ipilte a long
:lme, seven or elg.it MKtMtdS, perhaps,
lad in a steady, unlntn-ruplsd wav.
"Thst'a all rUjhli" said I'harles, recov -erlng
his wits. "Monie trrsh vv ,:n of the
buron's, I suppose."
He huddled on his .-lollies, ra.n dVswi
he stall's, slopped before the door and.
from habit, kno. he.l. No answer. He
nteretl t he l MM
"Hullo:" he muttered "No light. .
iVhat on.rarlii have (hay put the Ugh'
U for "' And he called, In a whisper,
Mademoiselle' . . ."
"Aft ' ou there, mademoiselle? What'a
the mailer'' Is monsieur n baron UK"
The same alienee i on tinned uroiin I
MM, a heavy alienee that ended by h
H aa him. He tosik iwo steps for
.van); his foot knocked agalnat u chair
ami. i ii touching 't, he p,reairad Uiai
II M ovariUrnadi And thereupon Ills
hand eainu upon other objects on the
'lour, a email table, a fire screen. Ureal-
. a. i pi I aapl hank to the wal.
and felt for the I-trlc switch. Be
found It and turncl u the fight.
,: e :io,ii.. ..." -.In. ro.im, betwaen
-i- and the looking glass ward
f tic body of hla master, tha
" Whatl" he TfaftlTTIiri I. "Is It noi-
Ha did not know what to do and.
mot nt, Lh l is ayea starting
' n hll he.. I, , ,aM gaslng at th"
.1 dl.smder of the room he eha!r
in ---(, e it .- vtal candlestick
aMaahad MtO a th i.snnd pieces, th
elook lying On 11 I m irhla haarthatone
all signs of a fierce and hideous atrua
gia. Tha uaiidle if a little ateei daggr
i sd near the luidy. Ttie lilads was
drliiilng with blood. A handkerchief
Itained a'.th red inarlis hung down from
tha mattre u
fharlea gave a yell of r.orror: the bedy
had auddisily atreti had ttsstf In ana last
tffOrl and than shrunk up again. , . .
Two or three convulsions; and that
1 1 - .ped forvvH i it; 1 wa trie
ling fi M i liny wound In trie neck and
potting the irpet with dark stains.
riM face still wore an expression a
"They've killed hUn." ha stammered,
"they'v, killed him'"
And he shuddered at the thought o
another aapbabl, crime, was uol the
cornpanloii slsaplna m the next room'"
And wo i d no; the bai in', murdorrr
ivave kl led bar too'
lie pushed OPan the door: Mte room
vv.ii tmpty, He concluded that either
latolnett had leen carrltd off or that
he had gore hef.ne the crime.
He returned to the baron room and,
his evia filling uuoii the writing desk,
ha ibservad tb,l 't hid not been broken
open. Moie remarkable (till, he siw a
fiandful of lo ils d' or on the table, be
slue the bSMsh of keys and the poi ket
book adllch the baron placesl there
every evenlna. fharlea took ia the
paokalbook and went througti It On
of the compartments contained baiik
gOtaa lie OO anted them: there vva.'e
thirteen notea of a hundred francs each
Tb,n tho temptation xMOaMM too strong
for hitn: UietlnctM alv, inaobanit'Slly,
whxle Ml thoughts did not even take
part In the movement of hla hand, he
took the thirteen notes, hid them In his
jai kit. ruined down the atalrs, drew the
bolt, unhooked the chain, closed the
door after hlin and Hist through utoa
CXe Be Continued.)
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