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1 "S'Matter, Pop?" M 83 UbSSES&J " I x By C. M. Payne Ml
A rTHATrA TINK YAj ITfT A ?INK ArT) r- ' S, ... m 1 '""Qj- . v SMATTTeF) 1 60LUI,vievfttr'J
the Better Part
of "The Old Firm."
fZSS r WAC?I t -
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It' Ui devil's NH don't hum while "The Old flfltt Is doing huslnei at the
Harris Theatre II will hp because they're us ROtlOCnbtlAtlbV a tho asbestos
curtain. iVrtu.nly, tho head of tho sulphur trust has never lion mori talked
bout, not fvni In tho OOd Old days Of In, tlrc-ind-bi imatono jll I Jill than
he Is In MM WOlrd play by Marry und 1 1.1 ward PBUlton, All thu old mtytngs
have bOW warmed over and dished Up with n cMtdlah hdn q1 humor.
Whether "Tin- Old l'lrm" lulls or keeps lb electric sign burning. William
Hawtrey may at l.wit have thfl satisfaction of knowing that ha scores a per
r mal tuooeoa In this Ihfaa act produci ol t.in- Paultons, Ai lha old Inventor who
ills upon tnu davll for relief when all lha world seems lo ba agatnal him, Mr. !
Hawtrey Is by far the better part of "The Old Klrm." He acta much as he .lid j
William Hawtrey as William Hake.
Inventor. Instead Of going to the devil 1'nrle Hilly Hake asks the devil to come
to hltu, nnd when the visiter, ac -ompanled by thunder and lightning, walks right
la out of the raJn It Is perhaps only natural that I'mie Hilly should believe the
-worst. Hut later on a cheerful Idiot assures him that the worst Is yet to oomc
and what with devilled hid nay a for breakfast and devilled conversation as a
stea.lv diet, thu BOOT M chiup has a helluva time of It.
After the first act tho talk runs to this BOM of thing. The authors have
telzed Bp BP the ohv'.ous with both hands. But I must say that nothing was too
obvious .'or the greater part of last night's audience. There was no lack of
laughter. To rouse It Mr. Hawtrey had only to say "Phht!" and shoot up'.i
finger. But lie did more than this by glvinj, a thoroughly good p, rfiniitnee. To
toll the truth and shame the devil, the other members of the company will not
aot l'orty-sccond street on Hie.
Advice to Lovers
luti.s nnd avan
American mother arc
even encouraging its
vary onca in a while 1 receive a fervid letter from some
fifteen or sixteen-year-old s .lOolgirl breathing her devotion
to some man usually years older than herself. Of cours,
aueft letters are products of unhealthily stimulated Imagina
tions. No girl of awh an age an really know what lava
Is. But her morbid dreams may Induce her to make a fou!
Walt, girls, wait! DOB'I go looking for grownup emotions
while you are still children. Have your boy friends, hut
don't call them sweethearts till later. Half-baked love will
end In nothing but sentimental Indigestion.
The Engagement Ring.
"Q. W." writes: "Must an engagement
rfng necessarily be a diamond?"
Not at all. A pretty cuatom la to
ohooae the biithstune of one's fiancee.
M. B." arrftagl "I am In love with a
young man. hut hi has never said that
ba cared for me. How shall I find out?"
He will tell you sooner or later If he
E. P." writes: "I am puylng atten
tion to a girl of nineteen, but liar par
enta Bay I am In no position to marry
A Rocket Camera.
AnROPIjANES have made bird's
eye Blew photographs extremely
common, and now omea the
"fireworks" snapshot uiade hv a enmera
sent hlgli Into the air as a part of a
rocket. The Inventor of lha apparatus.
Alfred Maul. Is said to have attained
perfection for his new device after
twelve ye.irs of expel itiiont ing. The
Herman military authorities have a"
eepted the invention he. an e of its use
fulness In time of war. whan aeropla ie
scouting would be Impossible.
A Self-Made Genius.
PROF AI.'MIMI'S VAMHKIiV. the
world' most famous Orientalist,
who celebrated Ins eightieth birth"
a-y in aco. jgAa a, taUofa aapxaa-
in biuaana Home, strain ausgaal Ing
the it lib bom Britisher Miner than t
Vunkec character that It! hard Golden
portrayad when ha appeared in the same
pluy under another title at the Majestic
The it re several years ago. ttlnco then
lha dialogue hau heen changed, but the
Idea remains the mum,
Pushing through the cobwebs Mr.
Ilawirey ronies out as a really .human
tlgure In the first aot by sheer force of
acting. Whall he holds a throbbing head
In his hands you tan feel It. It seems
a pity that so good an actor aiiould lose
his head over so poor a play. Tho I
whimsical comedy'' elves him nothing
more than the absurd notion that the
practical everyday business man who
comes to him irotn foreign shores look
lug like the lite Prof. Hermann In a
reJ necktie la tn a devil himself. In
ventora. of Mima, think of strange
things, hut win . Is In tin- he.nl creaking j
of "Faust" would probably put7,!c even i
the dramatic orltlc of the RclantlflO I
American. To enable simple minds lo
grasp the wild Idea then, Is a thunder
Blorn through which the Perfectly good
business man who Is s.iiosel in he
:.i Nick hlmaall comes to the befuddled
u.u ; thfl hi.ii QoU
iiikri in tiif world. What
thinking of in tuleratlnu' and
grow in I can' I Imagine,
ier. i want bar to wall two years, hut
she won't promise this I ause she says
(die doubts my ClithfUlaai, How shall
I conven e her?'
I'robably uiily time will do that.
'" writes: ' I am thlrty-alx and
engaged to a man much younger than
myself whose friend.- are trying to
persuade him not to marry Bte, Would
nu advise me to try to hasten the mar
On'thc aanlraryi i should advise you
to think very aerluusly before letting It
take pla e. ajuob unions seldom turn
tlce as n lad, 'ai d received
t Ion oilier than thai he was ;
l.le to pi. k
u p Hla fathar was prior, and the :..i
hnd to work his way. A! eighteen he
I. ail ..lie. lily mastered foil- II nope. in
lanaiiasfMi in addition la Turkleh. and
than became a private teacher. Mis
I long lire in tha OHanl gave him perfect
command of many I oikucs. At Con
lllailtlnoplu ha was counsellor t Abdul
, Harold, lie ; proud or hla lowly origin.
boa ts of ttie many books he lias writ
.ten. cans little for He.illh, but Is said
, to lie unusually BUBceptlbla lo flutter, .
Kor yaara he has bean profaaaor of
Oriental languages at BudBpoal.
I Hln Ho ou ballava a roan Itnuwa
I w hi n ba is in love?
lie -Yes. and he Joeu t know any
iiUog tisc- Joaa.
World Daily Magazine, Wednesday, February 5,1913
It Can't Be
CO ON OLD w- f
I aa ftNTft SPIN VOv, A.0-jrt I
i m ,jusT "nyiNG wee. our
Tar7an OT tVlP Anel Not
xaiacaii ui nit ivpwd )That
ICeayHlBsi Mtf, bf t'rsuk A. Maury To.;
BTMOPia or PBKBDINO CBAPTBBi
iA.ru i,irstose is aaraaaad witt, aiics, mi.
aun vjfs. i,ii the wlkltwt part ut lue Afiloaa
aeaet. i'ft alaaa in tin- luagla, Ureratoaa ud
Alice bulla s rlKle lull. Tlore llifir liuW sBU .
bom. Allea die. A bami r spaa led by : ial r
Kins. Karaaaii mmus ui cabta sni Mil Ore:
-rfuke. An ictmud Kala, almas own inTiiinlai
Ntl llt l.-t:u lulled. I.' Alt 's lull- s. bf
nan, :,iois lu dead lltii.' we in lbs , tni i
eraille. Tba lH i tonevn e ilia a.1, "'X'
n" i n' bite tain"), He grues lo bujliisiel,
v ciilei i 'i una due Tai'nn ...int.. to i e rsbla
tiU fa her hnllt, He entera an I nafe tn vundev
r..in . itisnaa ceuunis, itoiiiil utlw
tlnnif. ii. .ba.ovcr i nmtli'il . .c i ll
nr mi oacs in eomt'jt witii aerllla Itetilurtug
tin. cjhin'a atbrr iiMseaaieiia, lie fiads an 111 US'
fcitei iiruaer aad aefaial ptlier Issisia, laihorluiM -lie
Im-jm.a tu teai ll btassafl tn rea.l anil la itiic.
Tanan .u laat tiaiaaaaa King r uie ,? tilt.
'Ion el tile rillerelue, ha leaie lUe trtlM' an.l
sea i.i Ilea m tila fatliar a hat. a baad el tau-
ir i asilofa IsieJ near ttie rainn. Willi thrta
I'ftf. l'orlsr. Ii1, Mcri-lar.. kh 'ticut'cir .1' i
sist her negro maid and iTacil rUrtoa, Tsraaaa
M. i-in T .e pmaaaor i tost in the luafle. IMat
ten S 'ea to 1 -'. lot him and !a BttaeSed n a
In. ii u' I. Ii Tartan kills. Tr.raan al rews.s lea
1.11 ' iiroti asoj i. : t'e cewtSfT, Mr. IMlaisI, .
nnn v tint ths m'ltlnaen ira esrrrlng a -.i'
II s wanMii diaw nrr tri liarteir and then
cln-r,t Mbarv Tim tsj i las i iesl ic ier s Uaa
in w;i'ie bnaebai Tatani hiding. He unsrtii
ll and Ic.lrir. It slaeoiiere. Tlien. rMurlillis to tlie
rl.-lniiv of l lie ranln be r's .lana si.tlna a', a
CHAPTER A MI.
I ' tc , r i," I i
Ht ju hour Tn.. in feaatea n i
a) . s upon bar Whlla he wrote.
He longed lo speak lo her,
hut dared not attempt, ror
he was convinced that lha
WOUld not understand him, and he
reared, loo. that be might rrlghten bar
At length "he arose, leaving he
rn, in. II tipt upon the labia. She want
li, hc "i upon wolch l ad been spread
several layava of toft graaaaa Thesa
Ton she i ne I the lofl mars rf
olden hair which orownad bar baad.
i.ii.e .i ahlmroarlng watarfall turned to
hurnla ad natal by a dying son it fall
about her oval face: In waving Una
below hi waist, it t urobladi
Tartan waj tptllbound. Then ahe
tgtlnKUlahad the lamp and all Within
tin tola was wrapped in Cimmerian
,1h ' Unes.
Htlll Tartan watched without Orat p.
ing . lot banaath tba window he waltadi
lllaaiillnv, fur hnlf au hour. At last he
I was i aa trdad by tha sounds of the reg
it a. t, eatl'lng within, which den s
sleep. I'autloualy he Intruder) his hand
I betwaan the rooahaa uf the laltlrt until
hit whole am waa wiiiiin toe cabin,
Carafully ha felt upon tha daaba At lam
Me araiped tn.. piper upon wbloh Jana
I'-.U; ilaWl Luan wrlllnir l wUlldrtlW
1 M N0T ,
his hand, holding the pivcioua treasure,
Tarziin folded toe sheets Into a smull
panel, which he tucked Into the qulvai
with his arrows. Then ne sped away Intu
the jupgla at softly and aa BOlaalaaaly aa
aiii.v the followtni mornini
Tuiaan awoke, and the iirst
ttln.lght uf (he BBVI da, an
the lust of yesterday, was of
the wondarful writing wfelch
ui n.uueii in his tjulvtr,
Hurr.-diy ha bruugbt it forth, hoping
BCalntM hope that he could real what
'oe baaUUfUl Whlla girl had Rr.tt.-a
Ibara tha pre adlng evening.
At the iirst glanoa he Buffered the
b.ttereel tflaappotntmant of hla wnole
ii'. nver bafora had he a yaamei 'or
anything a- no ha did for th ability
to Inte pre; a message frm the dlvin
Ity who had ooma so suddenly aad
lllc xpectedlv into hit life.
w hat if the message wars noi Intandad
for lim' It as 'in exp"ession of he
lie iKlr... ami thai ivjh all lufll lent
fir Tai nan of the apt s
And now ,, be boffbd by sl.ange. nn
(iiith char..,t r the like of WlMSk ha
had never seen bafOral Why. thee
even tipp'l n the oppos.t' lfaotlOII
flOTl Mil thai he ha. I ever SMmlQOd
eilher In printed lirs-ks ,r the lilAeult
of toe f"W letters e hid f oln'l
liVan the little bugs pf the black book
were familiar friends, thuigh their ar-
rAngamant meant nothing to hi-n. bu
thaaa bUgl wera new and unheard of.
For twaniy nslputas bs porad ove
then, when suddenly lhay eomroen sd
to t.irt, I ,i ni bar though dlstortsd share-.
Aa. thsy were his old frl-n Is. bu badly
T ":i ''e l.egan to n.r.e n it a wm j
bars in I a word there Ills hear! leaped
for Joy, He cjild reiiil I. pad b" woutd,
iti gnuthsr half hour hs was pen.
grassing rapidly, and, out for an e.
napitonal 1 r and again, he ;iiJ
It very plain sjlllng.
Here , ,i,,. . ei.l
Waal - isl ol Aftd' a. about 10 degrees
south lntlti.de. (So Mr. !'!.: ton .' ,.
fsbruary 3 " r'j.
n, real Misei
If teem. foOllBh 10 write von a alter
mil i. i may navsr . out i simply
u.iiat teli 10 ma bod) f our awful e,e.
rien ii s tics Wa s ub-1 from Ruropa u
tin ill.' Had A rrow
If we never return to alvlllgathM BB
now s-eiin only too likely, th.. will at
'e:it pi ove u brief reeor! uf the even .
Which I' d "I' In BUI fat , whatecee
Ai .iia auaa. wa Bfay $jititii-l U
if Tkfiv CVeRHTt rL . J I S-OU) 00 W N ?. i , H0T QTt
"itVfcNT MILES tTU. ICN iSfWT V " I I fSFllvirs. n ... ,
I . .. .e, ii 11 v y arc t w I I I
I V I w.. .wo v,. j. crsveex , " I 11
r ue- ii ii . -v n
y ) ' v - j 5
Like Any StoryU By Ldgar Rice Burroughs f
You Have Ready wimmmmmMmmmtfox
have act ou! upon a selen' ue expedltlo i
i , u. i onto, l'atia waa uiesumesl lo en-
lertaiu some woiitrtus thaory of an ui,
( linkable ancient civil, satiuit, the re
tita'ns of Which lav loir!.-I somewhere
ui tba Congo vallev. Hut ,it;er WB weie
Wall uti le: sail thu Irutii citm out.
It seems that B0 old bookworm WhO.
.as a book and cm 01 abop In Baltlroora
dltcoverad between (he leaves of a vcr..
old Spanish roanus rlpl a lattat writtan
In I7W. datailiMK the adventures of a
lew of tun :1. leers of .1 gpanlsh galb ui
bound from Spain to gOUth Amer. i
with a vaag treasure or "doubloona" and
"plneas "i gbt." I siippoe, for thay
certainly Bound walrd an i piraty.
The Writer bad been one of the cre.v.
and the letter waa to hla son. who was.
at the thn lha letter was Writtan, mas
ter of a spanUh merchantman.
M my years ha. I elapsed since the
events the letter narrated hid tiana
plred. and th. old man nil become a
respected olllaan of an obscure. Spanish
loan, but the love of gold was still so
strong upon him that he risked all to
acquaint ins son with lbs moans of at-
I alnuig fabulous wealth for them both.
Tha writer told how Whan but a week
out from Hpjln the crew hid mutinied
I ltd mil I' red every oftlcor and man
Who opposed the-tl The) defeated
their nan ends by this vary act. for
I herd was none leti oompstsni to navi
gate ship at sag.
Thl were brUWn h. tlnr and thither
foi months, until sick am dying of
s urv), starvation, and (hirst, they had
been v"cked on a small lslt.
The salleon was w ished high upon the
beach, where she wen: 10 pieces; but
ii.t nef,.-v (he survivors, who Hum
bert. 1 but (eii souls. Iia.l res. . nil gpj of
the ,T. ll co. -Is of iMgl It
Th s the, burled well upon the Island,
nnd for Ihras years lha) I Vad (here In
const tut hop , of balng return I
One by one they slokenad Ind d'ed,
until only one mm waa ieft. (ne write-
i tha latlar,
Ths men ha I built a boal from th
wreckage of tba galleon, bill basing ho
leu where the Island was located thry
had not I. tied to put to sea
Won nil line dead nxcepl himself,
howsvar, (he awful lonailnaas so weighad
ittnn the mind of lha salt iurvlvor (hat
in ttouid andurs II no longer, but nhoos
Ini! lo risk death upon the open se
ralhar than madii'-ss on (he lonely Isle.
It" set sull in Ills lltll bo il gftar lieu. I)
a veur lii tolltude,
l',o liioalel' be tailed due north, in I
vv.t in a werli was In the IfgCB of the
spitiiisb iiierchantnien Plvlnn batw i
' . W'.-i In lies nnil IsPBlB Md vis
p ksil up by one of these vessels lloiu -
tani 'i UOUIIU.
Tlis UiO us tulJ was m.'rely one of
mmmmmwamammmmmL l b! IMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMI - ff
' J- J-iSXT j-jyjfKtK.
shipwreck In which all but a few hud
periehsd, the balanoti except himself,
dung after they reached tba Island. He
lid imt mention ttts mutlii' or the chest
oi nurieii treasure.
The muster id the meicliaiilnian ns
Ursd him Hint from the poaltlos it
wl, leh they picked bun up. and Hie pic
vallum winds lor tin post WSOB ht
I'd have been ,ui i diet islinol llt in
on,. ,,r tta taps
of n e nest us.
rds group, whp h tie
h , f Africa in about IV
lesltes nit I It It II 1 11. u
degree or 17
ins lattar des irlbad tha lalan I gil
tiutely, as well tie the location of the
traasura, and was aacompanlad by tb
rudest, funniest 1 1 1 1 1 nd map you
ever asw. wiitt tr n.i rnrka all
mirk.,1 by terawly "X'a" to show tha
exact spot where the treasure had been
When papa Bgajglnsd the real nature
of the expedition my hear) sank, fur I
know ao well how visional y and Im
practical the poor dear bus always been
that I r-ir.-ii that he had again been
dU I: especially when h told me that
be had paid n thousand dollars for the
letter and map.
To add to my dlatrass I learned thai
he had borrowed teli thousand dollars
more fiiun Robert ('abler, and had giv, ,i
ail notes r.tr iti amount.
Mr. Clgnlsr had asked for no security,
and ymi know, dearie, what thai will
meuii fin me If pupa cannot meet them.
i'li how I detest that man'
We all tried lo look mt the bright
side of things, but Mr Philander and
Mr Clayton he Joined us In London
lust for the adventure both felt us
skentltal as I.
To milk a long story ah art, we found
th" Island and the treasure i greit
Ironbound oak chest wrapped in many
layers of ailed sailcloth and is strong
and firm as when ll hud been b illed
naarly two hundred car-. im,
li was simply filled with gold coin,
and was so haavy thai fo u- men t,ent
In lien (l Its W eight.
'liie iiorrld thing seems to hrln:- holh
Igg but murder and mlsf irtUBO to t I0SS
Aim have to do Willi It, for three days
after We aalb d from Ida Caps Verde
Islands our own crew unit tiled and
kills i cv. r) on' of thslr oltl rs
It win tne m 'St terrifying sgpsrlagjag
ons could Imagine-f c.mnoi tvon writ,
Thev were golnt to kill US, fou, but
ons of ciem, tin, icuih .-. a man named
K its'. WOUld Hot let tllein, aii, s.j (hi
pallid SOUtb along the coast to a lonely
spot where thev found p good barbori
and lofc they have Ian des and ten us.
They sailed away with the trvaaure
i. u Mr. Clayton m.v.i tbei will
th a fat, similar to the muti-
ii ei a
if the nit 'tent galleon, because
till otiiy man aboard who knew.
M slow Down1- s- S
gt!,:riQf Famous Women
- - - nrnnnn -inrLn.nji.-in ijtjiiuuuuuui-X,
MARY STI ART'S COSMETICS.
IKAVKN bless that eweet face." cried the people of Kdinhursrh when
the oiing queefl unto forth
train of lords and ladles.
It did ton gva wnv to the ehl pet of bar ttVoltleh forelKears."
She had also far i unite than 'gj)' women. l'or did not her unole.
the grtnl I Hike of Qulae, tteidaTB that she was at brave its hit bravtlt men
ii I -a i ins' Tni'y i l.idv tt hit and tile for And In the troublous yeart to coma
She hull tier full share of minim's vanity. Mbe knew that In most cases
ah bad toil (o give one glHli , at a nun from her long brwn eyes and he
Straightway tool hla bead BbOUt her B ever, means In her power she en-
dsaVored tn preserve and Inrrtesr her beauty and she set It off y magnificent
oalumas Her gowns wera of the rlcbeal nuttsi ial. purple velvet, cloth of
go'd. silver tissue, heavy satins and brocades.
AI to, french court she hud Mean Instructed in the aits of tic toilet where
treat attention win paid lo sMBh IhlngB, Manv and weird tseie the cosmetics
anil pomatums compounded by the perfUBBOn of the dnv who. besides making
Boon ted Watera dealt In nil sorts id "mugl'U ' prrpirallont, ror the face and
als t. to some extent. In medicine" A remarkable concoction "made from staples
ami the fat uf S v oil on dog" poor p ippy "was considered to poeseaa wonderful
If lues for preserving I he hnlr."
Then there Were tooth powders, tin chief ingredients of which were powdered
bricks. There WBS cosmeth- made , r deer suet, red apples, celery, fennel, tlis
Whites of new laM BgYI ami barley meal win h would, it woe dc land, "with
lb.- Messing ol baavggj" positively cure a pad ami pimpled a Ba.
Win n Queetl MaltV detlrOd to improve bar complexion she was ndvlaed M
"miike ii hole In t be I p of a gTSgJ lemon, take out a small piece such j would
equal a walnut and K1 ll up w.fh sugar
canili, si w the pieci of tin. I baV k In 111
lilac, set l.le lerooQ on to toe coals In
roust, and In use It pot the finger to
the hole that was sewn up nnd rub lbs
face with it
Just what co o: was M irj's hair? In
"i r in i portraits it is rapreasntad as
brown ami In anotbar as fair, while a
(bird shows I: to Be tl.uk It would
vi m as if t te gootl ladv was a Idl' lel
lo lives Hut such was not the ease.
t'l the mejious of liti Seion. one of
Hi "four Maries." she is raid to nave
bud " r th.. Ilnrst Iciakei . of
a omen's hair t seen In any eountrv.
Yes erilay and to day she did aot su b
a curled hair upon tba Quaaiti thai was
ail to be a peruke thai showed vt y
delicately. And every other day she
'i i'li a ti 'W device it head dressing that
telteth forth a woman gaily stall " aVajg
nfer this the Varlsd lh" rajof of her
wigs best to s ilt lo r uiaus
Poor M tr' stie had net d of all her
frivolity. lor her life was and BMOgfc.
She marr ed laOfd I'.iri ley only to Hnd
aim "worth'ess and WltlBaB1 and after
bis murder by Both Well she In n fe'
weeks married tie murderer ahethef
Ibroifgtl fear or love ,11 neve- n iw BS
known lbs spent iwcnly-aevsn years
i n., until at itsl i. ei death warrant
torgave lor for lii Ing belts kmg tb
augbl Of naVlgata n.
the heacli by one of '
w is murdered oi
men (lie .lay w
I wish you 'Oiid know Mr CtBftOB
he it the tleniest fi I' w t'lia '.it ible. and
unlogi i am Btlsiaksn hs has fallan
very much In love with pair little me.
lit la the only sou of Uord Qroystoke,
and some lav wll' Inherit the tills ''it
I'l Kildlt on to Is
his own right,
W have ha I the moat Weird experi
ences tlace we wire bMded here Papd
and Mr Philander lost n in,, jungle
an I 'baaed by a teal Hon.
Mr t 'lay Ion lost and attacked isrlea
by a 'id i" aaf Bameralda ami I DOS"
uired in an oM cabin b a perfectly
awful maneal'na tlgsr on. it wua
simply ' let Tltleal," as llsmeral la w.ujld
si i '. ,
lln the strani'',s tart of It all 'a the
wonderful creature who resousd ua aid
Th v sty Hint he la a perfect-,- godl ke
wil t, man Uuined lo a dusky browa,
with t up strength of a wild elephant.
the ag Hit of a monkey ami th bravsry
of a front
He .peaks lit Rngltah i nil Vanishes
a qulckl) ami a' nv sterlouslv after
he has pc furm-sl some Valorous dee I
a. though be were a disembodied, Bgltil,
Then we have anoloer welld ne.ghbor,
wjj printed a beautiful ', a til EnfllSni
I 'if I',
from llolyrood I'ustle allended hy her
This war In IML )utt after Marv Uueen
of !. ols hail returned from Prance, a
widow of nineteen, to rule over a roan
try harassed -by rebetlloua noblss on
every side and threatened on the south
By the Intrigues of gueen Kllsabeth.
Horn but n few tlas bggaeg the death
of he: lather Maiy was crowned a queen
WBtB only a fW months BBS, and at the
Bgl nf sen Betrothed to tba Hauphln
ol France arid ami to that country to
be brought up by bis mother, t'alhertne
i Me. lie, faBSOUS or rather Infamous,
for tier politl il plots, her skill at
poisoning and bat bloody massacres.
I'ndet tiii supervision the child re
mi red until he was fifteen when she
ay ma red to (he sickly prince who
Bled four eara after, leaving her a
do nger-que. n
BjO tn.. imperious Catherine wanted no
widowed .l.iughter-lii-law at the french
Oaurt, Bo Mary, nft-r thirteen years,
went boms to try and rule aa beat aha
i, mill the rebellious realm left her by
her rath r.
At this time she WBS a remarkably
p. .on WBIBblll with long, aide-glanctog
eyes, a straight nose, t delicate akin and
a smiling insebuil of a mouth She bad
bcaltles a wheedling tongue, which, as an
olt'. eh'ront ier said, "dripped honey wbea
Th OtjaiiN I IN
a a a ipllva in various bootob and iingilat
".is signed b) Quean IHIiabstb who nevei
ill she herself was.
sn I tacked It on the dor of hla oabln
Which have pre-empted, warning ui
I., destroy none of his belonglnga, and
signing himself Tartan of the Apee."
We have never seen hlin, though wi
think he la BjbOtMi for one of the sell
os who wit going tn shoot Mr flaytor
lu lh., Mkek received a tape a r In hit
outder from some unseen hand la tin
The tailors left us but i meagre sup
ply of food. so. as we hive only X sine ,
revolver With out three .-urirldges let
in It. we , i not know bow WS can pr e
. lire aicit. (hough Mr. Philander ssyi
i iit ws an exist Indefinitely on. tin
wll I fruit all I nuts will a abound In thi
I a n ver) llTSd now, o I shall go M
my tunny bad of grasses which Mr
Clayton g tillered for me. but will mil
to., from .lav to tt.ty aa thltaas !ip
To lln. I Mrong, Paltlmora, Marylansl.
Tartan ant in a brow n sitidy for a kMt
' ft after he finished road lug the letter
It was lllled with so many new am
wonderful things that his btaln was li
ii mil i- li tttempted to digest taau
in Hi. y did nut l.now that he was Ts
tin '.' tic apes. He vaould tell
vTo He Continued)
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