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THE WASHINGTON HERALD TUESDAY NOVEMBER 20 1906
SHONTS IN 1 1PiclentEeoiganiesFoiccs CONTROL CONTROLPlesid6utReorganizcsForces
PresiclfflitReorgamzesForces PresiclfflitReorgamzesForceson
on Panama Canal CanalCABJ33S CanalCABLES CanaLCABLES
CABLES ORDER TO THE CAPITAL CAPITALltHM GAPITALChaK GAPI41ALCIInHM
ChaK CIInHM ltHM ie = es llnvc Been Contemplated ContemplatedSome Contem ContemplatedSomeTImeWallauc lated latedSOnte
Some SomeTImeWallauc Time TlmcVnllaoe Vnllaoe to Have Abo Alisov Alisolute Abolute AbOlute
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lute Charge of Pnimmn and Xo XoSuccessor NoSUcoCJI I ISueoeiMor
Successor SUcoCJI or to GOY Magoen Will Be BeAameil DeXanlcIICommll810n BeihTameilConimbsIon
Aameil XanlcIICommll810n ihTameilConimbsIon Commission to Be Changed ChangedBy Cl1angcllBy CliangeilBy
By an executive order sfeBed atd Iry the thePresident thePr thePradent
Pr President l ta Panama aad cabled to the theofficer theotnce theomce
officer omce of the Isthmian n Canal Commission Commissionher coionhere Cosmlasionhere
here her the working forces forc of o the Panama PaaamaCaftal PsnamaCanal PanamaCanal
Canal are thoroughly tboroacb reorganised A re reorganisation re reorcanllation reorganttion ¬
organisation of the Canal anaI Commission Com It Itself itbelt Itself
self is expected to follow as soon as the thePresident thePresident thePiesident
President returns to Washington The Thechanges Thechansa Thechanee
changes which hare haTebeen been made cIe and those thosewhich thosewhicb thosewhich
which are contemplated have been under underconsideration underconsideration undercon8lderation
consideration for many weeks but the thePresident thePnstdent thePresident
President did not desire to take action un until nnW until ¬
til he had visited vI Panama and looked lookedover lookedover lookedover
over the work personally The TIMera general eneral ef effect effeet cCfeet ¬
feet of the order which whie has just been pro promulgated promulgated promuIated ¬
mulgated Is l to give Chairman Shouts ShOD more morecomplete 1IIOIecomplete morecomplete
complete control of the administrative administrativeportion acllDhattltratlveportion dmMlatraUveportion
portion of the canal construction and to toplace toplace
place Chief Engineer En Stevens mlMN In oIute oIutecharp aoluLecharge > lute lutecharge
charge In Panama PanamaOne PaaamaOne PeinainOne
One of the provisions of the order or OrdSVhOWS OrdSVhOWSthat show showthat Do Dothat
that there will be no new governor elll C of the theCanal theCaD8l
0 Canal Zone to succeed GOT Charles Char K KMagoon BMagoon Z ZMagoon
Magoon now running things in Cuba It Itis ItIs Itis
is provided that the duties of the th office officeof oftIceor OO OOof
of governor shall ball be fulfilled by the gen general general en eneral ¬
eral counsel who happens to be Richard RichardReed RIebalClReed BkchrdReed
Reed Rogers just at this time through a alocal alocal a alocal
local administrator a Mr r Rogers will con continue continue continue ¬
tinue to maintain his offices OC here This Thisstep ThIsstep Th13step
step will leave no division dlri8lonvt of authority on onthe onthe onthe
the isthmus between the chief engineer engineerMr enneor enneorAIr neer neerIr
Mr Ir Stevens and the governor governorTo QvemorTo goverunrTo
To Select New eV Members MembersThere JlcmhcrsThere LenhlersThere
There has been no announcement as to toalong toalong toalong
along what Hues the President will pro proceed pr0ceed proceed ¬
ceed in reorganizing reor < the commission but butit butt butit
it t is regarded as certain that any new newmembers new1emben newmembers
members will Ul be selected from the heads headsof headaor headsof
of the seven departments of work creat created crutd created ¬
ed d by the new executive order Mr MrShonts KrShonta MrShonts
Shonts and Mr Stevens will wUI of course be bemembers bemembelL benemherL
members The commission by law must mustconsist mtcon mustconsist
consist con iat of seven members but the Presi President Pre Predent Presdent ¬
dent is not compelled o o mpeUect to have more than thana
a quorum There are now two vacancies vacanciesone vacaneieBone vacanciesone
one caused by the transfer of 0 Governor GovernorMagoon GovernorMagoon GOV111OT3fagoon
Magoon and the other by the failure of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Senate at its last session to confirm confirmJoseph C Rftnn RftnnJoseph
4 Joseph B Bishop whom the President Presidentnominated Pre8kletnominated Presidentnominated
nominated to fill an existing vacancy vacancyIt
It is very verylikely Jlkely that one of the new mem members memltrs momlra ¬
bers will wm be Mr Mi r Rogers the general enst1 coun cound conetI
tI d
Establishes Seven Brandies BrandiesThe Drancl1cIIIThe BranelieThe
The order just Issued provides for the theestablishment theestabllahment theestablishment
establishment of seven executive depart departments departments departmeats ¬
ments Heretofore there have been but butthree butthree butthree
three administrative under Mr Shoots Shontsengineering Shootsengtneertnc ShootsengtneerIng
engineering in the hands of Mr r Stevens Stevensand Stewuand Stevensand
and the third having < to do with the con control control control ¬
trol of the Canal Zone of which wJdcla Gov GovMagoon GovMagoon QovMaroon
Magoon was the chief executive These Thesethree TheMthree Thesethree
three heads of the department com comprised comprised coinprised ¬
prised an executive committee This or organisation organiAtioft organizatlon ¬
ganisation is abolished by the executive executiveorder uecutlveJdEr executiveorder
order orderThe JdErThe orderThe
The new department win be ad adt adml admltred adminis administered ¬
tered t red by the chief engineer eer the general generalcounsel aoaaeraJcounsel generalcounsel
counsel the chief sanitary a taIT officer ocer the thegeneral thegeneJal thegeneral
general purchasing < officer ocer the general generalauditor aeaeraIaudttor generalaudttor
auditor audttor the ie disbursing officer and tidthe tidthemanagtr rid the themanager therninager
manager of labor and quarters John F FStevens Fteens Fttevens
Stevens teens is now chief engineer cn lneer Richard RichardR R1cbardR
R R Rogers general counsel Col William WilliamO
O l Gorgaa chief ef sanitary officer D W WBoss WR08f1 WRosa
Boss general purchasing < officer E S SBenson S SBenson SBenson
Benson general eral auditor E E J 1 Williams Williamsdisbursing WlUIama WlUIamadisbunln WillIamsdisbursing
disbursing < officer and Jackson Smith Smithmanager SmIthm1lllqer Smithnianager
manager of labor and quarters quartersAll quartersAll quartersAll
All Must Report to Shoots ShontsAll ShootsAll SliontsAlt
All of these heads hea of departments will willmake WI11make willmake
make their reports direct to Chairman ChairmanShonts Cba1raaanShonts ChairmanShonts
Shonts Shonts who will thus have general con control COIltrol control ¬
trol The Tb chief engineer will have charge chargeof charpof chargeof
of all engineering e work the construction constructionof
of r the canal canal and control of the Panama PanamaRailroad PaDamaRaIlroad PanamaRailroad
Railroad in so far as it relates to construe construction COD8tr1Ie1Ion construetion ¬
tion and the custody of an the supplies suppliesand auppllesand suppliesard
and plant of the Commission on the lath Isthmus lathmu9 lathThus ¬
Thus The other officials win perform the theduties tbeduUel theduttea
duties which naturally come to tfeeir de departments de department dcpartments ¬
partments partmentsThe partmentThe partments1he
The duties of the Canal Commission Co are arechanged areMDpe arechanged
changed only to meet new neweGllltJltJoal conditions and andare aDdare andare
are not of material ma terlal importance ImportaaeeHOTEL ImportanceHOTEL importanceHOTEL
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No N 3M The People Fe of ib 1M he State of New York Yorkex Yorkm erk
ex 1 ret isi Albert J Hatch pUtoU 111I Intlt m In error nm TS Ed Edward Ed Ed1Wd 4 4ward ¬
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No m The Moauaa Mtataa Mtn Company Untiled Untiledplaintiff utUdplal8Wf Lagitedplalecer
plaintiff ta error TS ft The l1te13 tic Lens Marine tlu and andMining aadXfDiIIK adM1fli
Mining M1fli Goatpany of MnatMa I motion for writ of ofcertHrari efCB ofiimri
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the writ writNo writNo wdtNo
No 3 The Cheaapaike and Ohio dtcanUhtp dtcanUhtpCompany 8tesIPay
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tim t for or a writ of certionri to the ih United States StetesCirca StateaCired Statescinft
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denied deniedNo edo
No N o m Geome W CMchMd petiboner TS TSJoan nJ VSJoan
Joan J P I Julie J petition for a writ af eerttemri to tothe toII tothe
II the United State Circuit Conrt of Amwjals for the theSecond aMIec theSecssd
Second circait deniedNo denied 4aIetNo
I No o US The m Jesse McCraery unIty xaqIIaJDWr Oorporatioa Oorporatioaplaintiff Corpentiosplaintiff
plaintiff ta error n The fitoitehto Natamal Bank BukI Bankmac j
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York y orL Jndgment J t affirmed with costs Dower TS a aBanh j
Raehards 151 U S 8 McGormiek T es Market Xa Xational xU lathiol
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TS VS Kennedy K M7 U H 37 37No SI 3 3Ito
I No Itt arid I Lamar plaintiff ta error n Al Albert AIlien Albert ¬
bert G Bpaldtag ta ester to the eat of 1 Errors Errorsaad EmnaDd BrineSM
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TB 5 The State of Miehigaa ilumisatj oa moboa ustlo of ofMr 01Mr atMr
Mr solicitor General non for the complainant complainantNa oneplaisintNo pJL pJLNo
No 3N The United States ex a nL Rebecca J JTaylor 1Tular 1 1Tayks
Taylor phtintiaT ta error vs William H Tan Tan sec secretary ace aeefttarJ aceritary ¬
retary of War motion to ilhmiis submitted by Mr MrSolicitor MraIidtar Hroln
Solicitor oln General Ron ta support of lb motion sad aadby sadbr
by Mr tr Noble E E Dawsoa n ta opposition thereto theretoNo bentNo timetoNo
No 3B The latentate Commerce C Comaatanon C ap apprttaat apft 0 0psllan
prttaat TB The 1 Chicago Great Western Railway hra1c BeltwayCoinjasy RailwayCompany
c Company et t al i motion to adraacs submitted by byMr bJMr byHr
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So Ot L Miehimui a Steamship S Campaay CaIaIIuJIbP petmoaar petmoaarTB petltb petltbVs
TB Bach H McOill It aL petition for a writ of err orrtkwari errorari errdonri
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Des for the theNe theNo respondent respondentNo
No 4B Henry Arnold Bieliardaaa as trims tnmtoc tJwUa tJwUak trimsAc
k c petttioner TS John M We Umw 811a et aL ii motion to toadrance tobaiUed toMran
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half of counsel for the theNo petitioner petitionerNo
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CHAPTER n nSir IISI UsIi
Sir SI Simon Gore GoreAvarice GorcAftl1ce CoreAvazice
Avarice according 4jflg to Byron is a gentle gentlemanly gentleJlUWI7 genUemanly ¬
manly vice appertaining to old age It Itcertainty Iteettabtly Itcerialaly
certainty acted JUte Aarons rod with Sir SirSimon SirSimon SirSimon
Simon as a it swallowed up all his moro moroyouthful moreyouthful nioroyouthful
youthful sins jna During the early pert of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Victorian epoch th the old man had hadbeen hadbeen hadbeen
been a a spendthrift and a rake Now he henever h hnever henever
never looked agreeably upon a a woman womanand WOINlnand woznanand
and the prettier they the were the more he hefrowned hetJOWDed liefrowned
frowned upon them As he was close closeupon cloeeupon closeupon
upon eighty ty it was not to bo wondered wonderedat
at that Ida blood ran ui thin and a d cold still stillhe sUIlbe sUithe
he might have retained the courtesy courte y for forwhich forwhteh forwhich
which he was famous in his hot youth youthBut youthBut youthBut
But he eschewed e female society in the themain thema1Jaad themain
main ma1Jaad and was barely lMLrel civil to his pretty prettyfascinating prett prettfaaJdaatSng prettyfascinating
fascinating niece who attended atten ed to him himand himaocI himand
and bore his ill humors Only Mrs Out Outroy it itroy J Jroy
roy succeeded in extorting civil words wordsfrom wordsfrom wordsfrom
from him but then Mrs Gilroy was nec necessary neeeaMI7 neceseazy ¬
essary to his comfort being beln ft capital capitalnurse capttalnune capitalnurse
nurse and as quiet as a cat about the thehouse thoMUM
house Where his own pleasure was wasconcerned wasconcerned wasconcerned t
concerned Sir Simon could be artful artfulLxmg artfulIo
Long Io ago he had given up luxury He Henever Henever Henever t
never put liquor to his withered lips he heoly heate heate
ate oly the plainest food and surrounded surroundedhimself surt01lndedIdlUett surroundedhimself
himself with merely the bare necessities necessitiesof
of life Ut All his aims was to gather gathermoney ptbermoney gitthermoney
money to see it increase to buy land landto Jandto landto
to screw the last penny out of unwilling unwillingtenants un11I11nltenanta unwillingtenants
tenants and to pick up a farthing in inwhatever IIIwhateTe Inwhatever
whatever mud 4t might mt t be lying He Henever Hefteftr Jienever
never helped the poor he grudged re repairs 18 18pain repairs ¬
pairs to the property he kept Lucy on onshort ORbort L Lshort
short commons commons and expressed such vie violent YIeDt vielent ¬
lent Dt opinions concerning the rectors rectorstithes rectorUue rectorsUtbes
tithes that the poor man was afraid frakI to toCIDIIIe tocome
CIDIIIe near him As Sir Simon like a agodless aold a agodless
godless old pagan never went to church churchthe churchtile churchthe
the absence of the clerical element at the
Hall troubled him little He was a a
typical miser in looks l being bent with withered withered witheyed ¬
ered and dry As S a young man he had L
bought bt in his hi spendthrift days a a great greatnumber greatnwalter greaZnumber
number of suits sui and these he was w wearIng wear wearing ¬
ing out in his old age The garments garmentsonce pnnentaonee garmentsonce
once fashionable ta looked queer q r in the eyes eyesof eyesof
of a younger you r generation but Sir Simon Simonminded
minded no one He was always scru scrupulously serupuloual scrupuIouIy ¬
pulously puloual dressed in his antique garb and I
looked as the saying ylft goes oetI as neat fteatnew as a anew a anew
new pin His health was tolerable tolerable al a athough ¬
though he suffered from rheumatism and anda anda I Ia
a constant cough Owing to his total totalabstinence totalabstinence I Iabstinence
abstinence he was free from gout but butcould butcould bulcould
could not have been worse tempered had hadhe badbe L Lhe
he Indeed suffered as he assuredly uredly de deserved de de8eIVed doserved ¬
served to With his withered skin his histhin histhin I Ithin
thin thin high nose noee his pinched features tea tures and andhis aDdIUs I Ihis
his bent form form he looked anything but butagreeable butalPftble bulagreeable
agreeable When walking he supported supportedhimself supporteclbimalf I Ihimself
himself with an a ebony cane and had hadbeen hacIbeen I Ibeen
been known on occasions to use it on onthe I
the backs of underlings From this prac practice pra praUce ¬
Uce however be had dealated since the theunderlings theunderl1np t tunderlings
underlings forgetful of the feudal aye system nil niltem ayetern ¬
tem brought ht actions for assault which whichresulted whlcbruulted L Lresulted
resulted in Sir Simon losing Josln < money As Asthe JIthe I Ithe
the old baronet said Id radical opinions opinionswere opinionwere S Swere
were ruining ruln the country for why should shouldthe abouWthe I Ithe
the lower orders not submit to the stick stickIt stickIt ztIckIt
It was rarely this agreeable old gentle gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
man came to town He lived at the Hall Hallin HallIn I IIn
in Essex hi savage ace seclusion and there thereruled thereruled t truled
ruled over a diminished dimi bed household with witha I Ia
a rod of Iron Mrs Gflroy who had been beenwith beenwith I Iwith
with him for many years was waaGutwaId waaGutwaIdlyu wasoutwardlyas outward outwardlyas
lyas penurious urIoua as her master so he hetrusted hewted hi I Itrusted
trusted her as a much as be trusted any anyone 1U17ODe anyone ¬
one What between the grim old man mand I
d the silent housekeeper poor Lucy Luc LucRandolph r Ir
Randolph who was only a aIIacI connection connectionhad connectionhad
had a dreary tie But then as the thedaughter thedaupter thidaughter
daughter of Sir Simons Sime niece she was wasregarded wa wareprde4 I Iregarded
regarded as a an interloper and the old oldman oldman I Iwan
man grumbled at having < to support poor poorrelations poorrelatioDL r rrelations
relations Bernard he had tolerated toleratedbill as asbis as I Ihis
bill heir Lucy he frankly traakl disliked as a acaterpillar aeaterplUar s L Lcaterpillar
caterpillar Often would he call her this thIaname I Iname
name
As usual uauaJ Sir Simon came to town wftn wftnthe 1tb 1tbthe I Ithe
the least expense to himself hi since a1 it itagonised Ita Ii L Lagonized
agonized a him to spend a penny But an anold anold as I Iold
old friend of his more openhanded than thanthe tINuttbe I Ithe
the baronet ronet bad lent him his town house houseThis JaoueTbJa houseThis
This was a small residence in a a quiet quietKensington t tICensinjton
Kensington X square luare by no means fash fashionable fubIoaable fashlonable ¬ I
ionable The central gardens surrounded surroundedby urroundeclby I Iby
by rusty iron railings were re devoid of offlowers ofIowen oi r rowers
flowers owers and fined with ragged J elms and andsycamores andq and I Isycamoree
sycamores q suffered to grow amidst rank rankgrass rankuntrimmed ran t tgrass
grass untrimmed and unattended The Theroads Theroada Ihi I Iroads
roads around were green with weeds and andthe andtbe a I Ithe
the houses appeared J to be deserted In Indeed Indeed Endeed ¬
deed many of them tb n were a as few people peoplecared peopleeared I Icared
cared to live in so dull a neighborhood neighborhoodI
I but others were decupled by elderly folk folkWotf folk folkWolf folkWolf
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dwellers in the square lived as in the on onchanted Oftchaptecl tinchapterl
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No 32 3 was the house occupied d by Sir SirSimon SirSImon tr
Simon and it was distinguished from its itsneighbors Itaneighbors itsneighbors
neighbors by a coat of white paint Its Itsspurious ItsapurloWl
spurious smart mart air was quite out of keep keepIng keepInt
Ing with the neighborhood and Sir Simon Simonmade Simonmade
made ironical remarks when he saw Us Usattempt It Itattempt
attempt at being uptodate But the thehouse theholNe
house v was small and and although furnished furnishedIn
In a a ginaTack way was good enough for fora term1nths
a m1nths months residence resl ee Moreover OIMer since he hepaid hepaid hepaid I
paid no rent this enhanced enba eed its value in inhis Inh t
his h avaricious a eyes It may be men mentioned mentioned ¬
tioned that the servants of the owner ownera owneracook owneracook a acook
cook a housemaid and a a pageboy pra pageboyhad eboyhad eboyhadopped had hadstopped
stopped opped on to oblige Sir SinxKi I and were wereruled wereruled wereruled
ruled over by Mrs Ollroy Gtlro much m k to their theirdisgust theirdlatruat
theirI
disgust The housekeeper ho keeIHtr was by no nomeans JaGmMnll I
means a pleasant mistress trMII and turned turnedtheir turftedUelr neI I
their intended holiday into a Um U dine of par particularly particularly parUcularly ¬
ticularly hard work workIt workIt workIt
It was about the servants that Airs AirsGilroy lrL lrLGilroy
Gilroy sooke nook to her master one morning morningshortly mornlnshortly <
shortly after fter 8 the occupation of the Lb house houseSir howIeSir
Sir Simon accurately dressed as A usual usualand usua1and 1 1and
and coking like a character ebaract r out of if Dick Dickens DlckeM Dickens ¬
ens as delineated by Phlx Phlz was w seated seatedbeside MatedbeMde I Ibeside
beside A comfortable fire supping uppl a a cup of ofpiasmon oCpIumon o oplainon
piasmon cocoa cocoa as containing eontalnln the most mostnutriment mostnutrlmfnt mostntttrlment
nutriment in the least expensive form formWhile formWhile
While enjoying it he mentally JDeltt ly calculated calculatedvarious ld ldvarto I
various varto sums owing from various ye4 sjg sjgabout tenants tenantsabout tenantsabout
about which bleh he bad coma to see his law lawyers lawyen ¬
yen yersThe yen
yenThe
The room was of no great she on the theground tJMground thsiground S
ground floor and nd had but two windows windowswhich wtndo wtndowhlcb
which looked out on the dreary untidy untidygardens untJd untJdpnIen untidygardens
gardens Like the exterior of o the house houseit houeeIt houseIt
it had been a newly painted and decorated decoratedand deecnatedand decoratedr
and was also furnished in a cheap way waywith waywfth waywith r
with chairs and tables tabIe8 sofas taa and cabi cabinets eablne cabinets ¬
nets l attractive to the uneducated eye eyebut eyebut
but detestable to any one who could ap appreciate ap appredate appredate ¬
predate art The scheme of color was wasgarish 1UprWb I I1Z1h
garish and but that the blinds were werepulled werepulled t tRI1Cd
pulled RI1Cd halfway down so as to exclude excludetoo excludetoo I Itoo
too searching < a light would have jarred jarredon jarredon I Ion
on Sir Simons nerves Lucy Randolph Randolphwho Randolpbwho RandolphWho
who sat t reading near the window wtn shed shuddered sbuddered sheddered ¬
dered at the newness and veneer of her hersurroundings heraurround1 r rsumroundingit
aurround1 surroundings P and thought regretfully of ofthe otthe ot r rthe
the lovely mellow lIow old Hall where every everything evel7tbln everything ¬
thing < was in keeping and hallowed by an antiquity antiqUity antlqulty ¬
tiquity All the same this too brilliantly brilliantlycheap brUJiaDtbcheap brilliantlycheap
cheap room was cosy and d comfortable comfortablebright comfortablebrtPt comfortabiebright
bright and cheery and a pleasing pIuI con contrast contraat contFSSt ¬
trast to tht th foggy gray damp weather weatherPerhaps weatllerPerhaps weather1tP
Perhaps 1tP it was this contrast which its itsdecorator Itadecorator ki I Idecorator
decorator had desired to tow secure secureMrs secureMrs
Mrs w Gilroy with folded hands stood stoodat 8toodat I It
at t her masters e elbow bow a tall thin thin sOent
demure woman with downcast downcutPlaInly eyes eyesPlainly yeu
Plainly dresserd in black silk ailJc somewhat somewhatworn somewhatworn t tWOtfl
worn worn and with carefully careful mended J lace laceshe lacebe i ishe
she be looked like a lady who had seen n S
better days Her hair and eyes ey and andskin andaIdD ant I Iakin
skin and lips were all allot of a drab color colorby colorby colorby
by no means pleasing and she moved movedwith movedwith rnovee rnoveewith
with the stealthy step p of a a cat Indeed Indeedthe Iadee4the Indeedthe
the servants openly expressed their theiropinion theiropinion thet r ropinion
opinion that she he was one and she err certainly eertainl7 errtainly ¬
tainly had a a somewhat feline look But Butwith ButWith Be Bewith
with all 11 her b r softness and nunlike meek meekness mHkMM meekneas ¬
ness MM an occasional ocea ional glance from her light lighteyes 11gbeyes hteyes <
eyes showed that she could scratch when whennecessary whennree88lU I Inecessary
necessary No one knew who she was wasor wasor wa I Ior
or where she came from but she looked lookedlike lookedlike I Ilike
like a woman with a history What that thatwas thatwu Usa t twas
was only she and Sir Simon knew and andneither andneetber ant i ineither
neither was wa communicative Lucy Ran Randolph RandoIpb Randeiph ¬
dolph hated her and indeed Indeed no love was wastost waswt wa a alest
lest between the two Mrs n Oiling looked lookedon lookedon 0 0on
on Lucy as a pauper living on Sir r Simons Simonscharity Simon Simondrity a acharity
charity and Miss ndojph regained the thesilent tb tbanent C Csilent
silent housekeeper as a spy Each annoy annoyed annoyad ¬
ed the other on every occasion D in that thatskillful thatakDltul the C Cskillful
skillful way known to the aex But the thewar thear Us e eear
war ar was carried on out of the old oldIabL mans manssight man I Isight
sight IabL bat That autocrat would speedily y have haveput baveput hav S Sput
put an end ftd to it had they dared to skir skirmish 1r 1rmish 1 1mlah ¬
mish in his presence presenceWeH pr prWen presenceWell
Wen well well snapped Sir Simon Simonwho I Iwho
who bo talked tal something like George III ta tareiterating 1areiteratlac l a areiterating
reiterating Ida words Whats TJlat the matter matten mat matter ¬
ter Whatr WhatrI What WhatI
I have to complain of the housemaid elDRld 4
Jane sir sirThen sirThen Ir Irrhea
Then dont I pay TOW to keep the theservants theMrva Us S Sservants
servants Mrva ts quiet not to bother me with withtheir whl ti titheir
their goingson Well well well well wellwut some somewhat somewhat ¬
what inconsistently I tly Whets Jane aae been beeaRecalvtn bee a
doing doingReceiving doingPving
Receiving Recalvtn a a follower tollower soldier IOWIeroee O3dtero oo Of Ofthe ofthGH if ifthose
those new young men who are going to t 0 0the
the war warMAn warAn warAn
MAn An Imperial Yeoman r put in Miss Mis S
Randolph looking up with interest
Yes Miss responded n Mia Ollroy not no It
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man comes nearly n rlY every evening and andntakes andmakes
makes love to Jane JaneWhat JaneWhat JaneWhat
What what mid the baronet ttlnt ttlntdown
down his cup Irritably Tell Tel the hUMY hussyto hUMYto
to go at once one Lover Love This In a a tone of ofcorn otIICOrn
scorn corn HAa As 45 though tJaou 11 Ive not had enough enoughworry enoughOrry
worry Orry over that with Bernard Tell betto
to go goMrs golfrs goMrs
Mrs QUrojr shook her head d We e cant cantdismiss cantdl cn t
dismiss dl mla her sir She belongs belonga to the c cand house houseAnd
And Mr Jeffrey JeffreyIll
Ill see him about it later If he kn knOw w whe w1e
he h e certainly would not allow belt things thingsA thlnpA
A soldier oIdlerebwbat eh what Turn him out out Oil Oilroy OUroy
roy r oy turn him m out Wont have It wont wonthave wontbave won I Iave r
have h ave him There You can BO BOWill GOwm
Will you be out today sir sirYes alrr alrrYes
Yes I go to see my lawyers Do you youthink youtlltnk youhink I
think t I come to town to waste time time Gil Gflroy Gilroy Giloy ¬
roy T oy Go away awayBut awayBut
But the housekeeper did not seem anger angerto Mg8rto
to t o go o She cast a look on Lucy eloquent eloquentof
of o f a desire to be alone with Sir Simon SimonThat SimonT1at nsoo
That look Lacy took no notice of al although although l ¬
t though she understood It plainly She Sheinspected Shesuwpeeted Shet s I
inspected s Mrs Gilroy of hating Julius JuliusBeryl TullUIIBeryl I t
Beryl B eryl and of favoring fa vortDK Bernard Come Consequently Con Comeuently e equenU ¬
quently quenU q uently all the Influence In uenctt of Mrs l GHroy GHroywould Ollroywould Gliroyould
would w ould be put forth to help the exiled exiledheir exitedbell exiledeir 1
heir h eir Lucy Ijuc WHS az fond of Bernard but she shewag sheWII
wag engaged to Julius uUVJI and dragged both bothways botbways bothL 1 t
ways by liking and duty she was forced forcedto forcedo oreedto L
to t o R great extent to remain neutral But Butshe Butshe
she s he did not Intend to let Mrs Gilroy have havethe hanthe haveL
the honor and glory of bringing Bernard Bernardback Bernanlhack Bernalilack L
back b ack to the Hall Therefore she kept her herseat berlet hemeat
seat eat by the window and her eyes eJ on her herbook betbook herI
book Mrs Gilroy tightened her thin lips lipsand llpDel i5 I
and a nd accepted defeat for Uw thu moment A Aring Aring A
ring r Ing at the door gave her an excuse to go goIts goIOIts
IOIts Its Julius JuU said Lucy peeping out outWhat CHItWhat outWht
What does ha want r asked Sir Simon Simoncrossly SIMOncrouly illinoisrossly
crossly c Tell him to wait It Gflroy I Icant Icant I
cant c ant see him at once Lucy atop here hereI h hI herewant
I want to speak speakThe peakThe
The m housekeeper left the room to detain detainMr detainMr dotalsI
Mr Beryl and Lucy LAic obediently resumed resumedher resumedher resumedher I
her bent She was a a handsome dark girl girlwith ltrlwltb girlwith
with rather a high color and a temper to tomarch tomarch U UI I
march But she knew when she he was well welloff wellot wellff I
off o ff and kept her temper m ba check for fear fearof tearof fea feaf
of o f Sir Simon turning her adrift He Hewould Hewould Hihave
would have done so without scruple had It Itsuited Itaulted II
suited s him Lucy was therefore astute astuteand ututeand astutend
and a nd assumed a a meekness she was far farfrom taltrom
from possessing poa It < > Mrs Gilroy saw sawthrough awtbJOuP an
through t her but Lucy Lueyu as the saying yl g goes goespulled aoeepulled goespulled anI I
pulled the wool over the old mans eyes eyesSir e eSir
Sir Simon took a turn up and down the theroom theroom t
room T What about Bernard he asked lUlkedabrupt17 askedabruptly askedabruptly
abruptly stopping eo before her herLucy herIJ1ICJ herLucy
Lucy looked up with an Innocent IJIaoeeatDew smfta smftaDear am1I
Dear Bernard she said saidDo dDo
Do you know where be i tar is T asked ell the thebaronet UNbaroaet S Sbaronet
baronet taking no notice of the t1Ielie sweet sweetsmile sweelsimile
smile lie and sweet speech speechNo apeecbNo speechNo
No he has not written to toBat me meBut sotBut
But he has to that girl Yea know knowher JcaowberT r rher
her berT berTuAIIee
herAlice
Alice yes but Alice doesnt t Kit KitShe mr mrShe ma maShe
She refuses to speak to ne above Barnard BIInard Bar ¬
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nard You see eei H said Lacy peneivtty passateelyam I Iam Iam
am engaged 184 to JulIus J u and as yon lOat hia hiasent bent I Isent
sent t Bernard away awayJulius awayJuUUII awayJulius =
Julius comes m 1ft for my money is that thatIt tIiIatItIr tba L LNot
It ItIr
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Not ot in n JIt my r opteton said Miss Ran Randoiph 1taDcIo1pIa
lienI
doiph frankly but Alice MaNeson thinks thinksso thlDkaTJMa tblnkJso I
so soThen
Then she thinks rightly Lucy Lue start started started startad ¬
ed at this and colored with surprise at the theoutspoken theoutapoken the S Soutapoken
outapoken speech Since Bernard has hasbehaved hasbehaved has I Ibehaved
behaved so badly Julius Julh shall baJt be my m3 my r rheir
heir The one oi can have the title the theother Uteother S Sother
other the money All the same I dont dontwant dontwa don t twant
want wa t Bernard to starve I daresay r rJulIa
Julius JuU knows 0A where he is Ia 1 Lucy Find Findthing FIndout I Iout
out out and then I eaJIlIIIDCl can aend tile IiOr some something
thing to go on with withOb wttJLOb withOb
Ob said Lucy starting to her feet feetand feetand fee t tand
and clasping her hands haada die Bed Win Window 1 1dowI WindowI ¬
dow dowI I imam imamI meanI
I should very much Mk lIke to to know what whatyou wbatyou whado
you do mean said Sir Simon eyeing her herThe berTtfe herBed
The Red Window Are Ar you thinking of ofthat ofth 0 0th
that th ridiculous old legend of Sir Sirand Aynas Aynasand I Iand
and the ghost ghostYes Cboety ghostYea
Yes y assented Miss Randolph HaDd HaDdof and andof sin I Iof
of xrnlrd also alsoWhat aJaoWhat ainoWbt
What has be to do with the matter matterHe matterKe urr urrIOHe
IOHe He asked uk me ins if yon showed any anJof signs signsof aig I Iof
of relenting to U put a light in the Red RedWindow BedWindow lies I IWindow
Window at the ban Then T be would wul eeane es S
back backOb
backOh
Oh Sir Simon did not seem to be bedispleased becllapIeue4 hi C Cdispleased
displeased Then you can put the light t
in the window when Ilea we go back ta three threeweeks threeweea S Sweeks
weeks weeksYou weeaYou weeksYou
You will forgive him himI
I dont say y that But I want wa t to Me so ee S
him settled In some reputable way After Afterall Ut r radded
all added the old man sitting down dews I
have been hart on the boy He Helike H Is young youn younand
and like aU fools has fallen to love with witha wttl wttla
a pretty face This Miss Malleaon KalIeeoaIf If The JIbean7 sb 0
has any right to a name at allis not the Us a
bride I should have chosen for Bernard I
Now you my y dear Lucy LucyI
I am engaged to Julius she inter interposed laterposed ¬
posed quickly and came toward the Are re I
1 I love Jullua JuliusHum JulluaHu JulluaHum
Hum Hu theres no accounting for tastes i
I think Bernard U I the better of the two
Bernard has always alwa been beeaaid a a trouble troublesaid I Iinid
said Lucy aa Jk1 Julius has never BeT given givenyou siveRyeu g1ve a ayou
you a a moments JIMNIImIt JIMNIImItBUIII uneasiness uneasinessHum unessinegs1Jum
Hum said Sir Simon again hte Ixed eyes eye S
fixed xed on the Are I dont believe Julius Juliusto JullaIehIn C Cte
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Uncle s Mid fd Lucy Luc who had long as ag1uee ago >
been b een Instructed to call h her < > r relative by this thisname thisMme
name Mme 31 0100 why dont you OU make It up with withBernard withernard Ith IthBemard
Bernard B ernard I assure you Julius Is so good goodhe goodbe
he h e doesnt doe want to have the money
And you ou The old man looked at her norsharply hersharply herharply
sharply sharplyI s
1 dont olther Julius Jullushas Juhiu has his own lit little lIttie ¬
tie t ie income and earns earn enough as an archi architect archlt ¬
tect ta ct t to live very cry comfortably Let me memarry meJNrry mearry
marry m arry Julius de dear r uncle and we will be behappy behappy beappy
happy h appy Then you can take back Bar Barnard B r rnard ¬
nard n ard and let him marry dear sweet sweetAJtee
AJtee AJteeI A lice e
1 I doubt one woman when she S e praises prateeaanother pral8esaaotber praisesnother
another a said Sir Simon dryly dryl Alice AMeemay
may l be very agreeable agreeableShe AgreeableShe
She is 1 beautiful and clever cleverThe cleverThe
The baronet looked keenly at Lucys Lucysflushed Laeysuabed
flushed fl face trying to fathom f lhom her reason reaawnfor reasonor n nor
for f or praising the oth oUr r woman wtpea He failed falladfor taUedfor failedor
for f or Alias JIlt Randolphs face was wa as innocent Innocents laRoc8Atthat
as a s that of a child She is no dovbt a a par paragon ¬
agon a gon my m dear he said but I wont wonthave
have h ave her marry Bernard By tills time timethe timethe timehe
the t he young fool must t have Ita V come to his hI8e
senses e Find out from Julius where w ece he h hJId Is Isand
JId and
andJulius
Julius may not know knowIf knowIf
HI If Julius wants my money he e will keep kaapan keopan
an a n eye on Bernard BarnardSo to toSO
So a to koep Bernard B mud away said saidLucy aidLucy id iducy
Lucy L ucy impetuously Ah uncle how can canyon eanyou canou
yon y ou Julius Jul1u doesnt doe at want the money
You dont knew that thatAsk tbatAsk
Ask him yourself OUr ll then thenI
HI I will Sir SI Simon rang the bell to in intimate IAUMate Snimate ¬
timate t to Mrs Ira Gflroy that Julius JuU could be beshown b hrhown
shown s up Jf If h he dorott o nt want It It of ofcourse otcoone
course c I can leave It to tOme some one ease easeTo elm elmTo 6 6To
To Bernard BernardPerhaps erJULlOPerhaJM BernardPerhaps
Perhaps And yet et I dont know knowfumed kDowtutned
fumed f Sir Simon The rascal defied me 1
He offered to pitch plte me out of the window
If i f I said Id a word against gzins that Alice of his Sd Sdwant
I want Bernard to marry you youI
1 I am engaged 8ed to Julius JuliusSo Jvll JuliusSo
So you said before snapped pped the t e other otfer otrthen
Well Well then Miss ln Perry She ta an hair 1MkADd hairAnd
18 18And
And as a plain as Alice Is I handsome to toWIaat
What does that matter rna tter She d l ood oodempered
tempered t However it doesnt t matte I Iwont Iwont I
wont be friends with Bernard Ber anI unless he hewhat
does d oes what I tell him He must gtve up htI I
Alice and marry Miss In Perry Try the upI I
Red Window W Indo1 scheme when you OU go back to
the t he Hall Lucy It will bring Bernard to tos toHe ttC C
s He ee e KM as you say sayIt aTHJ sa
HJ It twill will to said Lucy but by no nowillingly means meanswillingly 11I
willingly wUlI Bernard eomte CO down at times tlm a
to t o the Hall to watch for the light But Boilcan
I can make a Red Window here
Bernard doesnt know kno the house
HI I am am sure he does do 3W Lucy He S
has to go to the lawyers 1aW7 for what little littlemoney lItUeIIIOIK7 I Imoney
money he inherits from his father and I
Mr Durham may have 8 hav told blat you are
here hit Then if I put the light U bt behind a red redpiece i ipiece
piece of paper or chintz Bernard will I
conii esiseIt here hereIt benIt
It It ta all romantic rubbish rubbi grumbled I
the old man man warming Ida hands But L
do what you like child d I want to give ive
Bernard a hut chance At this moment 1
Julius appeared He was w a slhn young
man with a mild face face rather expreeeion expressionESS
less l ESS His hair and eyes were brown He Hewas Hew He u uwas
was w irreproachably dressed drea and did
not notappear DOtappear not I Iappear
appear to have much brain power Also
from the expression lon of
his hi eyes he was wasof wuof wasof
of a sly nature Finally Ft aily Mr fr Beryl was wasguarded was I
guarded In his speech being bel quite of tb tbopinion tb C Copinion
opinion that speech wag given v to hide S
thought He saluted lila unrle affec ¬
tionately kissed Lucys cheek In a cold coldway coldWRy i iway
way and sat down
to observe what a I
damp dull day It was and JNl how bad for fot r
Sir Simons rheumatism A more color ¬
less Jna timid meek young saint sal t It would I
have been hard to find la the whole of o f
London LondonI
1 have brought t you OU some special specialsnuff apedallie 1 1saud
snuff < be said 1 extending exteD a packet to Ms ide t
host It cornea from Taberteys TaberteysAh TaberJe7sAh
Ah Ah thank you I know k ow Use shop A Avery AVeIJ L Lvery
very good one Do you get your cigars cigarsthere I Ithere
there Julius JuliusI Jull JulIusnever
I never smoke corrected the good goodyouns goodyou goes I Iyoung
young you man coldly coldlySir eeWIySIr coldlySir
Sir Simon S1eere4 sneered You Ton never do any ¬
thing manly 17 he said contemptuously CODt y P Pwhy
Well why are you here herer hasei
1 i wish with your permiasfoa to take tale it
Lucy to the t e theater on Friday said saidMr saJdMr sali ii iiMr
Mr BeryL Mrs Webber Vei Mr > ta going with withi whI 1th 1thme ti time
i me and she can act as chaperon chaperonI
I should think she needed one her herself herself herself ¬
self A nasty flirting ftjrt1n Mttie cat of a p wo woman woman weman ¬
man man said Sir SImoe Simon rudely Would Wouldyou Would70U Wool 0 0you
you like to go Lucy LucyIf LaeJIf LucyIf
If If you dont mind uncle uncleMan unclekMb H HHail
Man yztt1 the old inns JIUIII with tll a a snarl snarlHow snarlHow I IHow
How How good you two are are Where 1 ta the thetheater thetbeater Us C Ctheater
theater Julius JuliusNear JuliuaNear JuliusNear
Near at hand Tn The Curtain Theater TheaterAh TlNlat TlNlatAh TheaterAlt
Ah Thats That only nl two streets su away RY RYt r rWhat
What t ta the play playAs plaJA playAs
As A You Like It It by byj D7By byBy
j By Chaucer I suppose snapped the theold theohf Us C Cold
old man Dont you think tIaI k I know k w my so S
Shakespeare What at time will you call for foriLucyr forLue let C CLUCy
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with Mrs Webber WebberYour WebberYOUT WelsherYour
Your own carriage carriageI e
I am not rich enough to a aUonI Gord one oneanjd ODeakI ouesaid
said Julius smiling smI Krs Mrs Webbers car carriage 21rIap camilage ¬
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dont d ont approve appro of Mrs Webber Webb taking takl takingucy g
Lucy L ucy to the Cecil or the Sayoy H HThoro
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8 sion lon
sionI lonI
HI I hope not not said the old man uM mns un ungraciously ungr unraciously ¬
gr elou g graciously You Y ca can ga Lucy I want wantto wantto wanto
to t o speak to JulIus JuKusA JulluaA JulIusA
A look uneven on by the baronet passed passedbetween passedbetoen
between ti the e rwo and1 nd then in Lucy left leftthe leftthe lefthe
the t he room When Alone Sir Simon turned turnedto turnedto turnedo
to t o his nephew Where ta hBemuard Bernard he heaskod heaskod besked
askod a sked skedA
i r rA r rA
A A less clever tnni wut than JulIus J would wouldhave wouldhaYe wouldave
have h ave fenced and felgaed surprise but butthl4 butthi buthl
thl4 t hl astute young geHtJusnnn geR Q answared at atonco atonco atnce
onco o nce He haa had enlisted in i tbe lajperial lajperialTeomeary lwertalYeoIMAry Iperlaleomanry
Teomeary T eomanry and aM goes out to the war In a amonth amonth amonth
month monthSir I ISir CSir
Sir Simon mon tiigned pale and 04 rose He Hemust HemUfit Hemust
must not nothe he must not ot be said Aj con considerably conskleraWy coniderahiy ¬
siderably s agitated a tated HHe He will be killed killedand 1dlledand killednd
and a nd then thenWhat thenWhat thenWhat
What does it matter said Julius JuliuscooUy Jallusc00liy Juliusoolly
j cooUy c You have bav dMnherited dnhe 1tud himat himatleast btmatJeut himateast
least l east I understand 90 90He IDHHe soHe
HHe He defied me sMrered alii tbe baronet baronetwarming baronetwatJRlag baronetwarming
warming his hands aeaiat aDd with a pale paleface palotaee paleace <
face f ace but I did nt think he iwmU en enItsL enist n n1kK
ItsL l ist I wont have w him bJ go o Uxtbe war He Hemust Hemt Hemust
must be bought out outI outI
I think be would refo refuse to be bought boaghtout wJ boughtut t tt
out o ut t now said Beryi etyI dryly ryiy I dont dontfancy cIoDtf1uIe dontisney
fancy f1uIe f isney Bernard whatever Ms fault fa ta a acoward aCOward aoward
coward cowardMy COwardMy c owardMy
My poor boyr boy said SIr SiMN who whowas whoWitS whowas
was lees J bard than IM he looked it It Ityour Ityourtantt te your yourfault yourault
fault f that tltte thla1hai hw happened Jules JattMMine J JtAe JulesMine
Mine tAe under underYes uncle unckran
1 Yes You told me m about Mta Mine Male Kalleaon XatIeI Maleson
son aonI
I knew yoo yo wouMnot it t Oioi apvroW of the thematch theJllltteb thematch
match Jllltteb said Julius JuIIua quietly omteUjAnd CI86ed7A quietlyAnd
And A you wasted aM e to cut off Ber Bernard Beeand ¬
nard s and 141 with a shilling
Not for my own sake ake salt Julius Juliuscalmly JuUuscalmly Juliuscalmly
calmly You need not leave a penny to tome tome tome
me me Sir Simon SimonDont SlmonDont SimonDosit
Dont ou want tile IDOIIeJf money Its It ten tenthousand tent teenthousand
thousand a year yearI
101 I should like It very sen rnmch m samented samentedBeryl atedBeryl omentedimi
Beryl i imi frankly but I do not want t It at atthe attile athe
the t he price of my 7 selfrespect selfrespectThe aelf selfrespectThe t tTIM
The old man looked at aim piercingly
but could learn nothing from his in inscrutable Inserutable Incrutable ¬
scrutable a countenance But he did not nottrust nottruat notrust
trust t Julius in spite of his meek look lookand IookaDd looknd
and a nd inwardly resolved to meet t craft by bycraft bycmtt byraft
craft c raft He bore a grudge against g this thisyoung thisyouns thisyoung
young man for having < brought brou ht t about the thebanishment thtbanl8hment thebanishment
banishment of his hi grandson and felt in inclined InclllMd indined ¬
clined to punish him Yet if Julius did didnot didDOt didnot
I not want the money Sir Simon did not notknow notkoow notknow
know how to wound him Yet be doubted doubtedif doubtedJulius
if Julius scorned wealth so much as aspretended b bpretended he hepretended
pretended therefore he arranged BOW bow to tocircumvent toelrcumvent mucircumvent
circumvent him himVery himT himVery
Very T ery well wen he said since Bernard Bernardhas Bernardhu Bernardhiss
has disobeyed me you alone can be my myheir myheir myheir
heir You will ill have the money without withoutany withoutaD withoutany
any aD loss of your OUI selfrespect aeIf Come with withme withme withno
me no this morning to see Durham DurhamI Durhamant
I am at your service uncle said saidJulius saidJulius saidJulius
Julius Julius quietly although aI b his eyes flashed flashedBut flasbeBernard bed bedBut
But Bernard BernardWe B BernardWe ruanI ruanIWe
We can talk of him later Come CoaneThe eoeThe Comeattentive
The attentive Beryl helped SIr SImon Stmouon SImonOft Slmoaon
on with his overcoat and wrapped wrappedmuffler a amuffler amulfler
muffler round his throat Then be went wentout wentOut went01Sf
out to select a special fourwheeler in instead In8tead Instead ¬
stead of sending ieDd tbe pageboy When he hewas hewq hewas
was absent Mrs Gilroy appeared m In the thehall thebaU thehalt
hall where Jaere Sir Simon waited and nel seeing seeinghe Meln Melnbe seeinghe
he was alone came dose to 10SIr him himSir himSir
Sir she be said quietly this air uI Jane Janehas Janebaa Janedescribed
has described the young 1IIaJI mans looks who whocomes whoCOIDeII whocomes
comes to see her herWell herWell beeWell
Well well welir welirTbe well wellTbe wellrb
Tbe rb young man manUn tbe soldier 1dIet said Mrs MrsGilroy Xr XrGllroJ MrsGliroy
Gilroy with emphasis emphulabu has cotne only onlysince onlyat onlywe
since we arrived here Jane mot him himweek himweek himweek
week before our arrival and since we wehave W Wbave wehave
have been in tile house tote soMaer has hasvisited hasYIaIted hasvIsited
visited her often oftenWhat otteRWhat oftenWhat
What has all this to do with me measked meeel sosasked
asked eel Sir Simon SimonBecause SimoDBecau8e SimonBecause
Because she described the looks of ofthe 0 ofthe r rthe
the soldier Min andoipfc pit says he w waa ISaa maiii
aa Imperial Yeoman YeomanSir YeomaaSir YeomanSir
Sir Simon started Bq Has lia Mtae Ran Randolph RandoII Randoiph ¬
dolph seen seea1llmT him he asked askedNo Mke4No sekedNo
No She only goes by what I said thi thimorning this thiJImomtnf thismorning
morning to you But the description Sir SirSimon SirSmon SirSImon
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