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THE HE WASHINGTON HERALD FIDAY MAY HA 15 1908 7
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THE THE souL SOUL OF OFCROESUS OFCROESUSBY CR ES S SBY
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BY GERALD VILLIERSSTUART VILLIERSSTUARTWfK I Inon
WfK 8 non flvaPd Vfle1urt n aa Eatted a at 2talieers Hall AU TIgM tI roeied
I CHAPTER OHAPTERIVOontinued OHAPTERIVOontinuedVandr IV IVContinued IVContinuedVndrken Continued ContinuedVandraken
Vandraken Vandr k got iritq iflt his motor r again againI
1 don1 dont wire where you go Morton but butI but butI butI
I would like to go g faster than tho nurses nurseswith nursewith nurse3with
with the porambnlatars So take her to tosome tosoml toaDme
some place where you Ou > en let I t her out outRichmond out outuRlehmO Ut1 Ut1R1ohmonj
Richmond d Park sir slrr suggested Mor Morton Morton Morton ¬
ton tonAU
AU right that tha will do I can lunch at atthe atthe atp
p the Star and Garter GarterTo GtterTo GarterTo
To Lord Aneoater Anae ter who had outlived the theyears theytars theyears
years when the physical ph81 < 81 Impulse domi dominates dominates dorni1ateg ¬
nates or to the average man whose whoseWind whosamind whosemind
mind is diverted from it by the flight for forexistence torexlatenee forexiatence
existence Vandrakens point of view was wasInconceivable wasInOO1Ct1vable wasInconceivable
Inconceivable It was a psychological psychologicalirony psychologicalrony psychologicalIrony
irony rony that the element In this material materialyouth materlalouth materialyouth
youth outh which made him sling l1ng most tena tenaciously tenacIously tenaclously ¬
ciously to the Idea of the triumph of the theflesh thel1esh theflesh
flesh over its limitations was the germ gtirmof gQrmot germof
of immortality and the spiritual essence essencewhich essencewhich essencewhich
which he so absolutely 8bsolut l ly denied deniedThe denIedThe deniedThe
The revolt of man ma against the weights weightsand weightsooel weightsanl
and measures of physical existence andthe and nndthe andthe
the relentless fact of death d th has Impelled Impelledhim Impell ImpelledI1m d
him 1 lm toward recognition of some element elementIn elementn
In n himself which can defy them But Butevery Buteve Butevery
every eve I victory men has won in the war warwith warwith warwith
with time and space hag ha dimmed the thegoal theIreal thegeal
goal of his ancient desire de lre Every Inven Invention tnventlon Invention ¬
tion which has pandered l to the comfort comfortof c9mfort c9mfortof
of the body has blurred the Image o othat of ofthat ofthat
that paradise which a more comfortable comfortablegeneration comfortablegeneration comfortablegeneration
generation had sot up It Is no longer longerthe lonsertho longerthe
the priest pr1 8t who oases the ways ways of death deathon deuthon tathon
on whom civilization lavishes gifts but butthe butthe butthe
the man who eases and enlarges the ways waysof waysof waySof
of life the th tl Investor tnv tor whether represented representedl representedby
l by > y himself or the corporation which has hasbought hasbought hasbought
bought or stolen the invention But thepriest the thopriest thepriest
priest still gets a dole and will continue continueto
to so long lon as the fear of death Impels Impelsmankind Impelsmankind ImpelsLfllCIfld
mankind LfllCIfld to hedge Its position And as asthe asthe astue
the speculator who hedges can no longer longersee longersee longersee
see the trend of the market so civilized civilizedBociety etvlllzedsociety civilizedsociety
society can n only onl realize Its true position positionIn p altlonIn
In the person of such extreme manifesta manifestations manifestations manifestalions ¬
tions as Vandraken and then only If It Itcar Itcar Itcar
car follow the workings of such a a mind mindSociety mindSOCIet mindSociety
Society SOCIet would ould have held up Its U hands In Inhorror inhotor inborfor
horror had they been told that Van Vandrakens Vandrakens Vandrakens
drakens attempt to extend th the bound boundaries boundarles boundaries ¬
aries of the physical w was Wa s only the ton tendency tondencY tondency ¬
dency of civilization carried swiftly to toits toUs toIts
its logical conclusion The church was wasnot wasnot vasnot
not striking blindly bUndl when of old It Itstruck Itstruck Itstuck
struck at Science It was s the instinct of ofselfprmrratlon ofselprsemtlon ofselfpreservation
selfprmrratlon scenting Its stalking stalkingenemy stalkingenemJ stalkingenemy
enemy Pointing to a product like Van Vandraken Vandraken Vandrakan ¬
draken it would be justified In saying sayingI sayingItoIdouso
I ItoIdouso ItoIdousoIn told you so soIn soIn
In trying to realize rull the th tenacity with withwhich withwhIch withwhich
which Vandraken clung to his abnormal abnormalproject abnormalprojeet abnormalproject
project we must accept ept the explanation explanationthen explanationthen explanationthen
then that It was liS the religious impulse impulsegone Impulsoegone hnpulsgone
gone blind but none the weaker for that thatHe thatHe
4 He was an extreme who had reached reachedsuch reacbedsuch reachedsuch
such a point in evolution that he waa waabound ways wssbound
bound to exaggeratedly represent the thesociety theIOClet thesociety
society IOClet so strongly which had bred him himor himor himor
or to react from that society so strongly stronglyas trongtyas
as to lead a tremendous tr ndoU8 spiritual move movement movement movemeet ¬
ment Like a a tower built too to high h he was wasbound wasbound wasbound
bound to topple in one direction or the theother theoth theother
other er < Without b being lng conscious of it he hehad hehad hehad
had adopted materialism as his religion religionHe reUgionHe religionHe
He was quite surprised urprl8 himself at the thedifficulty thedifficult thedifficulty
difficulty which he found in acceding to tohis tohlB tohis
his friends request particularly as An Ancester Ancester Ancester
cester had a strong atro g influence over him himAs himAs himAs
As th the motor worked its way slowly slowlythrough lowlthrough slowlythrough
through the streets he h debated the mat matter matter mattsr ¬
ter with himself calmly and sanely and anddecided andd anddecided
decided d not to abandon his project but butlater but18ter butlater
later when they had got dear into the therate thecount thecouuti
count couuti and went travelbtSat tvaeIling at high Jtlgjlrat highrate
rate rat of speed an erratic errat decision came cameto eameto cameto
to him hlmbe he would lea leave lev It to chance An Ancester Ancester
4 cester had said that it would be 8 good goodpolo podpolo goodpolo
polo match JMtcbUM Uw side 1IIcI sides were ere exactly tlctly even evenAs evenAs evenAs
As Lord Ancestor AnceBt was wa leaving vtng the dress dressingroom dresaingroom s slngroom ¬
ingroom at Ranelagh a net note was handed handedto
to him himDear himDear himDear
Dear Anc Ancestor Mt r Im going soln to leave leavethe Ivthe leavethe
the decision to fate If your side wins winsor winsor winsor
or draws Ill ru do io as you like about bout von vonTarsenhetm vonTarsenhetm on onTar
Tar Tarsenhetm enhelm If Hurlingham wins Ill do doas doas doas
as I like S V VLord VLord VLord
Lord Ancestor set his hi teeth Confound Onfoundthe Cfffifoundthe Confoundthe
the young brute he thought L Left ft It Itto Itto itto
to fat tate has he h Nice sort of thing to toleave toleave toleave
leave It to Wonder whether fate is for forthe torthe forthe
the side ald which has the b best t ponies ponlesor ponlesorWell poniesorWell or orWell
Well anyway anywa Ill play polo this day dayVandraken dayVandrakea dayVandraken
Vandraken a keen player himself l mult had hadnever hadnever hadI
I never been b eh so fascinated by a game of ofpolo ofpolo ofpolo
polo before tore He felt that he had staked stakedenormously atakedenormously stakedenormously
enormously on the result but hardly hardlyknew hardlyknew hardlyknew
knew which side he wtehed to win winIt winIt winit
It was a brilliant scene seen this modern moderntourney moderntourney moderntourney
tourney Perfection everywhere erWhereln In the theflawless thena theflawle
flawless na flawle lawns flecked with color from fromchiffons fromchUons fromchlffon
chiffons chlffon and pftnwols ls in the beauty of ofthe oCtho ofthe
the women Intensified by the he excitement excitementproduced excitementproduced excitementproduced
produced by the concentrated physical physicalexcellence physicalexcellence physicalexcellence
excellence of men and horses in motion motionto motionto motionto
to the music of half a dozen massed massedbands 1IHUfSedbands massedbands
bands from crack regiments regimentsNeither rJg1mentsNeither regimentsNeither
Neither Hurlingham nor Ranelaghscored Ranelaghscored Ranelagh Ranelaghscored
scored for the first twenty minutes which whichwas whtehWII whichwas
was very fast During the th interval intervalVandraken IntervalYand1km IntervalVandraken
Vandraken was strolling through th thslowly the theslowlY thaslowly
slowly moving crowd of pretty women womenand womeRRnd womenand
and smartlydressed men wishing he hacould hecould hecould
could come across cro some one he knew knewwhen knewwhen knewwhen
when he felt a hand on his shoulder shoulderWhy shoulderWhy shoulderWhy
Why its Abinger he said turning turningaround turningaround turningaround
around and recognizing a a man who had hadbeen badn hadbeen
been n In In his house ho at Harrow HarrowThought HITowThought HarrowThought
Thought you were in Yankeeland YankeelandVsndraken YRPkeelandYandraken YnukeelandVandraken
Vsndraken observed the other man manshaking manshaJdn manshaking
shaking < hands He was as one of those thosesmallfeatured thosesmallfeatured thosesmallfeatured
smallfeatured smalleyed wellgroomed wellgroomedIndividual wellgroomedtn wellgroomedIndividual
Individual tn tYldual youths which English public publicschools publicschoo publicSChOOlS
schools schoo and universities UnlV 1slttes turn out as by byproducts b bproductA byproducts ¬
products In batches bat es of a thousand like likeenormous Hkanonnou8 likeenOtlflOt5
enormous clutrhefl of wellbred chfeensYouths cheensYouths chfeens htfensYoutba
Youths who by dint of doing the same samething samethings samethings
things at the same time thinking the theBarae thesame thesame
same thoughts wearing ta tile same sort ot otclothes otclothes otclothes
clothes falling In lOve I ve with wit Ute same me sort sortof sortor sortof
of chorus girl get et t along agteftdidly qttItdl ly as asIons aslong aslong
long as they are not no called canedpea up to take takeinitiative takeInitiative takeinitiative
initiative initiativeI
I only came from America a few days daysago da daago daysago
ago answered Vacdraken but the thenewspapers theneWSPlLIHtrs thenewspapers
newspapers have advertised it pretty prettywidely prettywdelyto prettywdelyto
widely wdelyto to give the beggingtetter writers writersa
a chance I suppose supposeNothing npp086Nothlnl supposeNothing
Nothing about it In the Sporting SportingTimes SportingTimes SportingTimes
Times replied AMnger Abtn r HaM and that is the theonly theon1y theoniy
only paper I ever reed Who did you youcome youcom youcome
come com down h brfO her r with withAmester withAncestor ith t tA
Ancestor A eester asked me to come and see seehim seehim seehIm
him play We have a sort of bet on the theresult therelult theresult
result resultI
I say tent t he playing up though I Iwouldnt Ivouk1nt Iwouldnt
wouldnt care to b be on 0 of his ponies to today to today today ¬
day if hes he goto going to tide them thema11 all like likethat likethat likethat
that thatThey thatThey II IIThey
They watched atoMe the game pDlem to silence for a atme atme atme
tme fascinated by th the paet of tho due dancing dueInr daneIng ¬
ing ponies ponlNVandrakln Vandraktn at least Abinger Abingerwas AblngerWatt Abingerwas
was less keen Doing anything 8nyUln to tonghi tongM tonIght
nIght inquired that youth after awhile awhileNothing awhUeNothing awhileNothing
Nothing particular answered Van Vandraken Ynndrak Vandraken ¬
draken drak n as the second quarter ended ede I Iwas 1was Iwas
was thinking of asking you to come and anddo amido anddo
do a music hall or something somethlngFaet Fact is I II IsI
I dont know kDO the ropes S yet et Ancestor Ance ter Is Isbored Isbo isbored
bored bo with all that kind of thing had hadenough hadenough hadenough
enough of it It he s says saysLook ys ysLoofc s sLoolt
Look here cenflded Abinger IOU If you youdont youdont yudont
dont mind spending some sop sopput i can canput eanput
put you OU onto something really worth worthwhile worthwklla worthwhile
while In the way ay of o a spree only onl l youll youllhave youllhave ull ullhave
have to pay for me too Im broke brokeOnly brokeOnly brokeOnly
Only too glad Im having ha flng an antime aVful aVfultime a ru rutime
time trying to spend my income incomeIts IncomeIts incomeIts
Its the Devilmaycare Club said saidAbinger saJdAblnger snitiAbinger
Abinger In a low voice You wont have haveMOVING haveCLARENDON haveCLARENDON
CLARENDON SMITH SMITHIOViXG SMITHMOVING
MOVING PACKING STORAGE STORAGEMOVING STORAGEIOYING STOItAmMOVING
MOVING PACKING STORAGE STORAGEMOVING STORAGEUOVING STORAGEMOVNU
MOVING PACKING STORAGE STORAGEMOVING STORAGEIOVING STORAGEMOVING
MOVING PACKING STORAGE STORAGEMOVING SlOnAGFIOVIG STORAGEMOVtG
MOVING PACKING STORAGE STORAGEMOVING STORAGJ310VI STORAGEMOVING
MOVING 310VI G PACKING STORAGE STORAGEMOVING SlORGEUOING STORAGEMOVING
MOVING PACKING STORAGE STORAGEMOVING STOllAGElOVING STORAGEMOVING
MOVING PACKING ptciu STORAGE STORAGE5th STORACE5th STORAGEth
5th th and andK id K Streets N W i
much trouble spending spen ln your y ur income there thereor thereor thereor
or your capital either eitherIts eitherUs eitherIts
Its very good of you AbJngar I IOho 1Oho IOho
Oho thats all right rightroplled replied th thyouth thouth the theyouth
youth outh airily Go on my m I O U for a athousand Ithouand athousand
thousand thousandNo thouandNo thousandNo
No said Vandraken I wont But ButTil i
I Til ru lend you a thousand payable at death deathyou death1OU deathyou
you know without Interest InterestWhat InterestWhat interestVhat
What a a lucky 1uck devil you ou are mut muttered muttered muttered ¬
tered Abinger enviously enviouslyLook cmvloushuJ enviouslyLook
uJ Look > olt there exclaimed Vandraken as asthe ItSthe asthe
the spectators began to applaud An Ancostar An Anco Ancastor
costar co tor has Got a goal oal for Ranolagh I Idont Idont Idont
dont believe Abdul and I are going to tomake tom4ke tomake
make a deal after all allWho allWho allWho
Who Is Abdul asked Abinger A Abookey Abookey Abookey
bookey bookeyLord bookeyLord bookeyLord
Lord Ancestor had forced the pace too toomuch toomuch toomuch
much during durin tho first half of the game gameHis gameHis gameHis
His man men were tired and at the begin beginning beginning beginfling ¬
ning of the last quarter Hurllngham got gottwo gottwo gottwo
two goals in rapid succession then pi 7ed 7edon 1edon iedon
on the defensive However during the thelast thelast thelast
last five minutes they worked the ball balldown bandown 111down
down tho field Then out of a struggle struggledangerously struggledangerouI51 struggledangerously
dangerously near the Ranelagh goal goalLord goalLord goalLord
Lord Ancestor suddenly emerged with the theball theball theball
ball By a marvelous combination of skill skilland skilland skilland
and luck he had carled It through thro gh every everyone eer eerone everyone
one but the back and came down the thefield thefield thefield
field at a terrific paci on Squirrels one onoof oneoC oneof
of the fastest ponies n England EnglandTwo EnglandTwo EnglandTwo
Two of the Hurlingham men meh who also alsorode alsorode alsorode
rode fast ponies were racing him half halflength a alength alength
length behind The back was 6 further furtherforward furtherforward furtherforward
forward than he should have been Lord LordAnceater LordAncoster LordAncestor
Ancestor smashed tho ball peat him on onan onan onan
an angle and raced after a Cter It ItThe ItThe It ItThe
The spectators were frantic with ex excitement excitement oxcitement ¬
citement Vandrak Vandraken n had almost ceased ceasedto ccnHdto ceasedto
to breathe Even the massed bands had hadstopped hAdstopped hadstopped
stopped playing Lord Ancestor had the theball theball theball
ball fairly In front of the Hurlingham Hurlinghamgoal HurllnghamgoaJ Hurlinghamgoal
goal He stood up in his stirrups to give givethe givethe givethe
the final stroke stroke Than like an eques equestrian equeatrlan equestrian ¬
trian statue crumbling In plaster man manand manand manand
and pony came to the ground A valve valvehad valvehad valvebad
had gone In Squirrels heart heartPate heartFate heartFate
Fate has decided clded murmured Van Vandranken Vandranken Vandranlcen
dranken drankenDecided drankenDecided dranlcenDecided
Decided what asked Ablnger AblngerI
I dont believe beJl e In dreams anyway anywaywas anwa anwawas anywaywas
was all the answer he got and the con conversation ocmversatlon eonversatlon ¬
versatlon shifted to the Devllmayoare DevllmayoareClub DevUmaoareClub DevilrnayoareClub
Club ClubOHAPTER
CHAPTER V VFabian VFabhm VFabian
Fabian Dare handed his last coppers to tothe tothe tothe
the gilthaired girl Irl behind a certain bar barIn bArIn barIn
In Leicester Square The contrast be between be between betweop ¬
tween his shabby disreputable clothes clothesand clothesand clothesand
and wellbred looks caused the barmaid barmaidto
to cast him a glance of contemptuous contemptuouscuriosity contemptuouslurloslty contemptuouscuriosity
curiosity as she handed him the beer and andsandwich ands andskudwich
sandwich s udttJch he had called for forHe f forHe r rHe
He was a young oung man of about twenty twentyone tW8fttyone twentyone
one whose hose face would have been Byron Byronic
ic were It not for a hopeless hunted
look lookpathetically pathetically suggestive of a thor thoroughbred thoroughbred thoroughbred ¬
oughbred dog which has been b n chased chasedthrough
through a slum He looked at the grl grlmeditatively gfrlmedltatIvely gtrlmeditatively
meditatively as he h drank his beer W Wn Wnhe LAn LAnhe n nhe
he put down the emptjij empt glass he shook shookhis shookhis shookhis
his head meaningly as though he had de delivered delivered dolivered ¬
livered a verdict against againatsomething something then
he walked across cross to the square and sat satdown satdown satdown
down tiredly on an empty bench Only Onlyone Onbone Onlyone
one of the occupants of the other benches
looked up as he took his place among the
broken men who sat or slept disconso disconsolately dleeon disconsolately o olately ¬
lately in Leicester Square That man maneyed maneyed maneyed
eyed him with great Interest through throughpiercing throughpiercIng throughpiercing
piercing mocking eyes yes but Fabian Dare Darewas Dares DareWRs
was s unoonsclous of it itJn It1n it itIn
Jn every eyef1gnat great city west WCSt9t ef Suez th there tberearo thereare re reare
are certain squares and parks where from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the sea of humanity humaJlIt the surges of lift liftcast Bfeeast lifecast
cast up Its shipwrecked iipwreeked mariners It was wasabout wasabout wasabout
about i oclock In the afternoon when
Fabian Dare sat down in Leicester LeicesterSquare LeicesterSquare LelcesterSquare
Square As it was a summer evening eveningonly cyenlngonl eveningonly
only onl the tallest of the surrounding build ¬
ings threw Its shadow across the benches benchesand benchesand benchesand
and the statues of the philanthropists
Some of the men slept their heads headsthrown hNdsthrown headsthrown
thrown back at a horribly suggestive suggestiveangle sug suggestiveangle Uve Uveangle
angle one mans neck had a brilliant brilliantrsd brillIAntrMI brilliantred
red handkerchief round it It carrying out oatthe outthe outthe
the unpleasant unpl sant idea of a throat which whichhad wh whichhad h hhad
had just been cut A black cat stalked a apigeon aiNgeon apigeon
pigeon with all the craft and subtlety of ofits ofIts ofIts
its jungle ancestors but the th pigeon pigeonthough pigeonthough pigeonthough
though appearing blandly blandl unconscious till tillthe unthe tillthe
the cat was flattened out on Its stomach stomacha
a few feet away always fluttered on at atthe atthe atthe
the critical moment moment and the black eat cathad eathad eathad
had to begin all over again But he nev never MYer never ¬
er took t ok his eyes off the pigeon any more moretHan JROretJian
tHan the blacklooking man with 1th the face faceof faoEpf factpf
pf an Afghan Atgba removed his eyes from Fa Fabian FabiAn PabIn ¬
bian Dare DareSome DareSome DareSome
Some of the men on the benches slept sleptsome sleptsome s4eptsome
some gazed moodily moodU at their boots bo Ul but butDare butDare butDare
Dare looked far away 8 way into space spa rest resting reetIng restlug ¬
ing his chin on o his hand He had a de decision de decision docision ¬
cision to make he had to choose between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the workhouse or suicide The work workhouse workhouse workhouse ¬
house had less terrors for him than it iti Itwould Itwould
i would have had for the average unem unemployed unemployed uneinployed ¬
ployed sandwich man but it was only onlytempera onlya
la a temporary tempera expedient not a permanent permanentsolution permanentsolutionnot permanentsolutionnot
solution solutionnot not like death He thought thoughtwhimsically thoulhtwhimsically thoughtwhimsically
whimsically of the old proverb Never Neverput Neverput ever everput
put oft till tomorrow what you can ca do dotoday dotoday dotoday
today the Idea brought a wan smile smileto smileto smileto
to his face and the man who was watch watching Wktehlng watching ¬
ing him made a note of it as a diag diagnosing diagnosing diagnosing ¬
nosing physician might Jot down a asymptom nsymptom asymptom
symptom The tide of humanity rosa rosohigher rosahigher rosehigher
higher around him swelled by b the mat matinee mRttnee matlace ¬
lace crowds pouring out of the music musichalls muglc1alls musiclis
halls lis Fabian Dare sat holding the thescales theseales thescales
scales between life and death Intently Intentlywatched Intentl Intentlwatched intentlywatched
watched by b the other man manThe manThe manThe
The planets had frowned on Fabian FabianDares FabianDares FabianDares
Dares birth as his fathers people peoplebaronets peoplb peoplebaronete
baronets b ronot5 In a a small way waybad had frowned frownedon
on the marriage with Ith the playactreos playactreoswhich playactrceswhich s swhich
which was responsible for that birth If Ifhis Ifhis Ifhis
his mother had been a good actress or orhis orhis orhis
his father a good man there might have havebeen havebeen havebeen
been some fitness In his union Butth But Butthough Butththgh
though th ugh she bad the dramatic instinct instinctshe Insttnetshe instinctshe
she had never learned her business and andwhen andwhen andwhen
when her beauty faded after the dish disillusionment dlsl1luslonment dishlusionment ¬
lusionment of her marriage she couldnt couldnteven couldnteven couldnteven
even get walkingon parts in solvent solventcompanies solvontcompanies solventcompanies
companies companiesAs
As for his father he was 115 bad all allthrough allthrough allthrough
through The only accomplishment he hehad hehad hehad
had was playing the prodigal son but butthere butt11ere butthere
there Is no record of a married prodigal prodigalson prodl prodlgon prodigalson
son working his parents p rnts with any an sue success su suCfJSS suecues ¬
cess His marriage with the actress actressclosed actrescclosod actressclosed
closed the paternal castle to him for forever for forcer forever ¬
ever His wife having lost her beauty beautyand beautyand beautyand
and her earning capacity c paclt the raison ralsondetre raisonetreof raisondetre
detre etreof of the marriage seemed seemld to have havedisappeared havedisappeared havedisappeared
disappeared so Dare senior did the thesame tit titsame thesame
same The moment he selected for his hisexit hisexit hisexit
exit coincided with the disbanding of ofthe atthe ofthe
the traveling company In which his wife wifewaa wifewan wifewan
wan acting actlngmnklnl making up ifi s Quantity quanU what whatshe wbatshc whatshe
she lacked in quality by 0 doing three threeparts threeparts threeparts
parts In that strenuous melodrama melo rama The TheCurse TheCurso TheCurse
Curse of Cain CainIt CainIt CainIt
It was In Liverpool that The Curse of ofCain ofCaJn ofCain
Cain company compan met its Waterloo Mr MrDare MrDare MrDare
Dare seemed to see the finger of Prov Providence ProvIdonce PreyIdonce ¬
Idonce pointing the way to America Ob Objecting Objecting Objecting ¬
jecting to the steerage ana an not having havingthe halllgthe havingthe
the price of a secondclass ticket he hetraveled hetraeled hetraveled
traveled saloon for he had been to toAmerica toAmerica toAmertcn
America and back previously previous and had hadnoUc hadnoticed j jnoticed
noticed noUc d that his stateroom steward was WMthe wasthe j
the only onl ticketcollecting machinery on onboard onboarc onboard
board He did not want a stateroom for forIt forIt forit
It was summer and he considered the thedlnlnj thedining I
dining saloon stuffy tufty utf and had the deck decksteward declsteward docksteward
steward bring him up his meals Own OwnIng OwnIng Ownlog
Ing no baggage he walked past the cus customshouse customshouse eustoinshouse ¬
tomshouse inspectors and disappeared disappearedunder disappearedunder disappearedunder
under the tangle of wires which roofs roofsthe rootsthe roofsthe
the streets of Now York thus evading evadingall evadingall evadingall
all record of his movements by this sim simple simple aimplc ¬
ple and economical method of traveling
The world has agreed to regard the thestanding thestanding thestanding
standing of a touring t uring company as a joke jokeperhaps jokepocl1aps jokeperhaps
perhaps It canndt cann t associate associate real trag tragedies tragedies ¬
edies with a people whoso3 whps llv lives g are spent spentIn spentIn spentin
In portraying Imaginary Imugtn ry ones But to toWrs tolr5 toMrs
Mrs lr5 Dare it was an tn overwhelming o rwhelmtng dis disaster dIsaster disaster ¬
aster She was taken t en ill in the shabby shabbyi
I
i
ilttla little ut1 lU hOtelIJVlh botelwhere > tQlwh8re re they t ty were staying and andthe anpthe andthe
the crusty old all bachelor who ran It hadnt hadntthe hadntthe hadntthe
the heart to turn her out Then he took tooka tookfancy
a fancy to Fabian who was at the Ins fasclnating fnsclnaUng Inschanting
chanting age of three When no one was wasI waslooking waslooking
I looking he would fondle the pretty Jrett child childand chUdand htId htIdand
and even In the presence of qthers was wasonly wasonl wasonly
only onl bluff In the doggy fashion which whichi whichchildren whichchi1dre
i children chi1dre understand und rstald So that a great greatfriendship greatfriendship greatfriendship
friendship grew up between tho two twoIt twoIt twoIt
It took Mrs Dare eighteen months to todie todIe todie
die and then old Buokbarrow adopted adoptedthe adoptedtbe adoptedthe
the boy 00 Having always disliked his own ownname ownname ownname
name he allowed him to be called Fabian FabianDare FabianDare FabianDare
Dare Dare putting the name Buokbarrow Buokbarrowsomewhere Buokbarrowomewhero Buakbarrowsomewhere
somewhere in the middle where It would wouldnever wouldneel wouldnever
never be noticed except by lawyers lawyersBuckbarrow lawjersBuckbarrow lawyersBuckbarrow
Buckbarrow had money mon a good deal dealof dealot dealof
of money moneysomething something like 5Q000the re result re8ult resuIt ¬
suIt of mining In California The hotel hotelwas hotelWas hotelwas
was only an environment something to tokeep tokeep tokeep
keep him In touch with his kind the therealization therQtUzaUon therition
realization too of an old ambition of ofhie ofhis ofhis
his youth namely to make 021000 1000 and andown andown andown
own a pub He would have boon every everyl everytilt everybit
l bit as 9 happy perhaps more so in the thethousand thethousand thethousand
thousand he wanted W8nte to make as In the thefifty thefifty thefifty
fifty thousand ho did make For the thebenefit thebenofit thebenefit
benefit of some small cogwheel In the thavast thevast thevast
vast machine of destiny the larger sum sumwas sumwas sumwas
was necessary so instead of being the therubicund therubicund therubicund
rubicund landlord of the Red Lion or orthe orthe orthe
the Bluo Boar or the Blngahlre Arms Armshe Arms11e Armshe
he 11e became the worried proprietor of ofBuckbarrows ofBuekbarrows ofBuekbarrows
Buekbarrows Hotel HotelFabian HotelFabian HotelFabian
Fabian Dare did not take the color of ofhis othi ofhis
his hi surroundings Though the Dares Dareswere Darellwere Dareswere
were only Irish baronets In a small way waybehind waybehind waybehind
behind the baronetcy baronat Y stretched many a ageneration ageneration ageneration
generation of knights and barons and
the arrogance of feudal power The Thestrain Theslraln Thestrain
strain which had run low 10 in his father fathercume fathtrc fathercame
came c me out with double force In the son sonIn gonIn on onIn
In spite of otbls his mother In spite of his hissordid hissordid hissordid
sordid infancy and the commonplace sur surroundings surroundinGs surroundinge ¬
roundings of his boyhood by look and andvoice andvoice andvoice
voice and instinct young Dare showed showedhimself showedhlmselt ehdwedhimself
himself patrician and the greater con contrast cQntrast contrast ¬
trast between Buckbanow Buckban ow and his adopt adopted adopted adopted ¬
ed son the greater the pride of Buck Buckbarrow Buckbarrow Buckbarrow
barrow barrowAt barrowAt barrowAt
At length the hotel which had been beenhis beenhis beenhis
his prido and the cronies who had paid paidcourt paidcourt paidcourt
court to him and drunk his beer began beganto boganto beganto
to look common and d vulgar anything anythingwas anythingwas anythingwas
was good enough for him nothing was wasgood wasgood washood
good enough for tho boy When Fabian Fabianwas Fabianwas Fabianwas
was fourteen years old Buckbarrow sold soldtho Boldtho soldthe
tho hotel and bought a small residential residentiali residentialestate residentialestate
i estate on the Thames a house which whichi whlohFabian whichFabian
i Fabian neod not be ashamed to bring his hisi histrlpnds hisfriends
i friends to when he came back for the theholidays theholidays theholidays
holidays from Rugby and later on onifrom onfrom onfrom
ifrom from Oxford Oxfordi OxfordRathel OxfordRather
i Rather to old Buokbarrows Buokb rrowJIi disgust he hehad hehad hehad
had decided to go Into the church He Hewas Hewas Hewas
was drawn toward that profession leas leasby leasb lessby
by b any an strong religious bias than by bythe bythe bythe
the dramatic Instinct which he had in inherited Inherited Inherited ¬
herited from his mother The Th Thp emotional emotionalpoetic emotionalpoetic emotionalpoetic
poetic side of religion appealed to him himho himhe himhe
he fait that there was a world of beauty beautywith beautYwith beautywith
with which religion was the connecting connectinglink connectinglink connectinglink
link that the time would come when he hewould hewould hewould
would be moved to see the heavens open opened opened opened ¬
ed to reveal their secret that he In Inturn Inturn inturn
turn might mlghtptllnt paint to listening thousands thousandsthe thousandsthe thousandsthe
the antithesis of Dantes InfernoTO Inferno InfernoTO InfernoTO
TO BE CONTINUED CO TINU D TOMORROW
IDA HAWAII W AnW WANTS ANTS HOMESEEKERS HOMESEEKERSBy HOMESEEKERS HOMESEEKERSBy
By FREDERIC J HASKIN
Special Gorre Correeimslesc i ad ce The T o Washington Herald HeraldHonolulu nfaldHonDlulu heraldHonolulu
Honolulu April 2 There are moro than thaiMOIM thanBcrM thanacres
MOIM acres of fertile and desirable hint hintIn lundIn landin
In Hawaii as y yt t untlltei untn Much Iuch of It ii iinot lu luRot isnot
not In us un at all tad the th remahider li liused Js Jsused isused
used for pasturage Morn than half o oIt QIt of ofit
It Is owned owned by private partles the re remalndor remainder renisinder
malndor being government g v rnment land land Th Thsmall The TheamaU Thesmall <
small farmer Is wanted In Hawaii am amtho and andtho andthe
tho government has some 74COO OO acres acreswhich acr8lwhich acreswhich
which It stands ready to hand out t tsettlers to tosettlers tosettlers
settlers who will come this way Most Mosiof Mostot Mostof
of this land Is high and dry It Is from
2008 2 to 5 5Oat feet above sea level where whereth wherethe wherethe
th the rigors of winter and the burning heat heatof heatef heatof
of surrner are alike unknown It Is a aregion aregion aregion
region of perpetual spring springPerhaps springPerhaps springPerhaps
Perhaps very ery little of this land is avail available 8811able available ¬
able for th the production of sugar A Afarming Afarming Afarming
farming industry that turns out raw ma material materlal material ¬
terial worth SJ5000oed 15000 each year CAr where wherethe wherethe wherethe
the entire territory la smaller than even eventhe twenthe eventhe
the little State of Now Jersey Is not notllk notlikely notlikely
llk likely Jy to overlook any such opportunities opportunitiesfor
for further expansion That part of ofHawaii otHawaII ofHawaii
Hawaii which Is cultivated already alrend pro produces produces produees ¬
duces enough to make It the greatest ex exporting exporting cxportIng ¬
porting country of its slz size In the world worldBut worldBut worldBut
But sugar I is not the only thing that thntflourishes thftfiourlshes thatflourishes
flourishes In the Islands Islandsj IslandsPineapples islandsPineapples
j Pineapples are profitable to grow growwherever growwhereyer growwherever
wherever soil and climate favors them themami themand themand
and the Hawaiian product is equal to toanything toMthtng toanything
anything produced in the West 8st India Indiaor IndlNor
or elsewhere It is not too much to say saythat saythat saythat
that the pineapple may In Itself bring bringabout brln brlnabout bringabout
about Statehood for our midPacific pos poseaslons posHll possessions
sessions Hll lons On the Island of Oahu there therewaa thereWU therewas
was a a tract of 15C90 15 I5f acres of land which whichwaa whichs whichwas
was s believed to be without value alue A Acolony Acohn Acolony
colony cohn of fourteen families from Southern SouthernCalifornia SoutherneaHornl SouthernCalifornia
California thought they saw a living in init n nIt nit
it and bought it for a sons settling on onIt onJt onit
It themselves That was seven years ears ago agoFailure agoFaUure agoFailure
Failure after failure followed as they theytried theytried theytried
tried to grow different crops At last lastthey lastthey lastthey
they tried pineapples with the result resultthat resultthat resultthat
that their disappointments were soon for forgotten tor torsotten forgotten ¬
gotten That land now sells for 5309 nn nnacre nnacre anacre
acre acre and shows an annual profit that thatjustifies thlltjustl thatjustillas
justifies justl the prloe Hawaii now tWW r w has over overSeW oyw oywaere8 oysrLe
SeW Le acres in pineapples plM8pplesnd and tho In Industry TndUtry Industry ¬
dustry Is on such a provable footing footingthat fooUngthat footiagthat
that In a few years there will be at least leastIo
10001 10 Io acres ACI under cultivation cultivationLarge eulthaUenLaree cultivationLarge
Large acres of good land are available availableand 8l1ableand availableand
and the markets of the United State Statetake StattWtake Statestke
take all that Is grown and then calls for formore formore formore
more Pineapples usually boar fruit two twoyears twoy twoyears
years y rs after planting and the flrst crop cropaverages cropten cropLvereges
averages ten tons tonsto to the acre acr The cost costof costof costof
of production ranges from 110 10 to 15 per peracre peracre peracre
acre and the fruit is sold to the can cannertefl cannen cannones
nen nones nertefl at t from IO l to 3 per ton The Thefancy Thefane Thefancy
fancy fruit that goes to the Eastern mar markets marketal markets ¬
kets is worth as high as 5 500 803 per ton to Al Although AItbougb Although ¬
though this Is strictly strtctly an Infant indus industry Industry Inchestry ¬
try as compared with what It promises promisesto
to be even now the annual yield brings bringsa
a a good half million of hard cash Into the theIslands thets1anc1s theIlands
Islands IslandsBananas ts1anc1sBenauB IlandsBananas
Bananas grow in Hawaii in great greatabundance greatabun4ue greatabundance
abundance but as yet there is little mar market markot ar arket ¬
ket for them Potatoes do not thrive thrivew thriveweU thrivewell
w well U but there is a ready market for or all allthat allthat allthat
that can be produced The agricultural agriculturalexperimental agriculturalexperimental agriculturalexperimental
experimental station at Honolulu lnds rindsthat lndsthat lndsthat
that a species of rot holds down the theyteW thelt1 theyield
yield lt1 The station is i trying to get et the thelaborers thelaborers thelaborers
laborers on the sugar plantations Inter Interested 1n1ole Interested ¬
ested e ted In the growing of silk worms It ItIs ItIs itis
Is pointed out that If the families of these theselaborers thesellborers theselaborers
laborers including the children can be bebrought bebrou bebrought
brought brou t to the point of giving their at attcatlon attention attentlon
tcatlon to this work it will m very 01 material materially mAterially materially ¬
ly augment the income of the household householdand householdand householdand
and tend to give stability to the laboring laboringclass laboringClUB laboringclass
class It i hoped that attending silk silkworms sUkworms silkworms
worms will m b bi made a side Issue hero herolike heralike herolike
like the American hen is made a side Is Issue Issue issue ¬
sue on the farms of the United States Stiio5Melons StnosMalon StatesMeinna
Melons do not thrive t rh very ory wall 011 In Hawaii Hawaiithey Hmvallthey Hawaiithey
they have a little beetle known as tho thomelon thomelon themelon
melon bug which is as fatal to melons melonscenteloupos melonscanteloupos melonscenteloupos
centeloupos pumpkins squashes and andcucumbers Andeueumbors andcucumbers
cucumbers as th tsetse fly Is to horses torsesIn hrrsesIn horsesIn
In Africa The experiment station hi try trying tryIn trylug ¬
lug In tc t produce melons that will be Im 1mmuno Immuno immune
muno to this deadly Insect InsectRice InsectRice insectRice
Rice offers nn n opportunity for money moneymaking mone monemaking moneymaking
making A Chinaman wos asked whether whetherhe whetherbe hpther hptherbe
be m3e n1 math e any money growing rico He re replied repll replied ¬
plied pll that he grew two crops a year One Onepaid onePAid Onepaid
paid the expenses of both and he put the therotums theroturns thereturns
returns of the second crop Into his pocket pocliotonly poclmtonl pocketonly
onl only the Chinaman didnt say It quite quitethat quItethat quitethat
that way wa Cotton growing promises to bo boa hoa o oa
a profitable Industry In the future Ex Experiments Experiments Experiments ¬
periments have been made which show showthat Rhowthat shuwthat
that a grade of sea island cotton can be begrown Legrown begrown
grown which compares favorably with withthat withthat withthat
that of South Carolina both in grade and andIB nndiR andin
IB iR yield ieJd A Peruvian cotton has ha bean beanfound beenfoum1 beanfound
found which flourishes in Hawaii and andyields AmIyield andyields
yields excellent returns returnsCoffee returnsCoftoe returnsCoffee
Coffee is the poor mans crop In Ha KftwalL Hawall Hawait
walL It grows In the high cool regions regionsof
of the islands It does not require requfrepenshe ox oxpensive oxpensive
pensive machinery either to grow or ti tiprepare t tprapare toprepare
prepare for market Neither Neith r does it de deteriorate deteriorate detoriorate ¬
teriorate with age but rather Improves ImprovesIt
It is a cash ca h crop and can be drawn drawnagainst dran1Jftlnst drawnagainst
against as soon as a single bag bngrooches bngroocheslhe reaches reachesthe reachesthe
the market Th The yield YI ld is high and the thereturns tIllsrftlrn thereturns
returns sure while the trees themselves themBeJesRIe B Bnre
nre exceptionally free from fromdlscas fromdlscasTwelve disease diseaseTwelve diseaseTwelve
Twelve acres of coffee land have been beenknown beenknown beenknown
known to yield twelve tons of coffee oftoe al although alt1l01lh although ¬
though a good crop cr < p Is 1000 pounds an anacre anacre n nacre
acre One man can attend to twenty twentyacres twentyores twentyacres
acres ores except at picking time Pickers PickersAre PiccerS PiccerSAro Pickersarc
Are paid 50 cents per hundredweight of ofberries ofberJies ofberries
berries brought to the mills Women are arethe arethe arethe
the best pickers and an ani pick some 200 pounds poundsa
a day d8 Children are employed nJplo Cd to pick the thalower th thlow thelottr
lower low r branches so that stooping is almost almosteliminated ulmosteliminated almosteliminated
eliminated The annual crop is valued valuedat vnluoilt valuedMt
at about a third of a million dollars ollars som som45M9
45M9 46 acres being devoted to It Nearly Nearl all allof allot allof
of Hawaiis coffer goes U to tho mainland of ofthe otthe ofthe
the United States the greater part being beingused bcln bclnused beingused
used on the Pacific Coast It Is mild Jn Jntype IntYllf Jrtype
type and has a very different flavor from fromth fromUl fromthe
th the heavy South American coffees which whichfind ihihfind hIQh hIQhfln1
find such favor in the States StatesThe StatesThe StatesThe
The rubber Industry IndUg in n Hawaii Is still stillIn stillIn stillIn
In the experimental stage but exports expertsbelieve exportsbolleve exportsbelieve
believe the opportunities o portunitl far profit ar argoing are aregoing nrgoing
going to be large Preliminary experi experiments oxperimeflts ¬
ments by the government indicate a high highyield hIghfeld
yield feld from even young trees Over 400
000 rubber trees have been planted In the theislands theIslands
islands and etlll Other pfantatlons arc arcbeing arcbeing
being b > lng established The TheIDQreasln Theinoreasing increasing de demands demacs ¬
mands macs and tfce U l Inadequate supply of rub rubber rubber rubher ¬
ber In the cwmraercial world makes the
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price of this hls commodity a very try attractive attractiveproposition nttracUeproposition attractlveproposition
proposition to the planter But rubber rubbergrowing rubbergrowing rubbergrowing
growing Is a business which requires requiresscientific reQulrosscientific requiresscientific
scientific knowledge and whloh ylolda yloldaslow yIeldtslow Ioldti Ioldtislow
slow returns It Is not Inviting to the thesmall thesman thesmall
small farmer farmerExperiments farmerExperiments farmerExperiments
Experiments with withtobceo tobacco show that thatgradas thatgradM thatgrades
grades which compare favorably with withtho v1ththo withthe
tho best that Cuba and Brazil have to tooffer tootror toolTor
offer can be grown on Hawaiian soil soilHawaiian sollHawlIUan soilHawaiian
Hawaiian tobacco can come Into the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States duty paid and therefore thereforehis thOretorah thereforehts
his h s an enormous advantage over overthat that of ofCuba ofCuba ofCuba
Cuba and other countries With this ad adVantage adantage ad4antage
Vantage antage and an equally good grade of ofleaf ofloat ofleaf
leaf to tootr offer Hawaii tobaccogrowers cer certainly certainly certainly ¬
tainly stand to win big returns from fromtheir tromtheir fromtheir
their labors laborsHawaii laborsHawaII laborsHawaii
Hawaii is not th the place for the money moneyless moneyless moneyloss ¬
less man who expects to grow rich by bytilling bytilling bything
tilling the the soil The farmer in those thoseislands thoseIslands thoseislands
islands faces vastly va t1 different conditions conditionsfrom conditionsfrom conditionsfrom
from those tho e he encounters In tHe cotton cottonfields cottonfields cottonfields
fields of Texas or th tM corn fields of Iowa IowaThis IownTbls IowaThis
This is a semitropical country and the themethods themethO themethods
methods s of agriculture differ as widely widelyfrom wldel wldelfrom widelyfrom
from our own as our climate differs from fromthat tramthat Iresthat
that of Hawaii The settler who comes comeshere comtshere comeshere
here must have ha enough money to buy buyhis buyhis buyhis
his land to employs his labor and to tolive tolive tolive
live from two to four years while waiting waitingfor walUngfor waitingtot
for his first crop There are a hundred hundredlittle hundr6dlittle hundredlittle
little things he h will have to do which whichrequire whlehrequire whichrequire
require that patience which comes com S only onlywith onlywith onlywith
with the consciousness conKIoueneNet of a balance in inthe Inthe inthe
the bank On the other hand he who whocomes whocomes ho hocomes
comes here with the nec necessary se ry capital capitaland capitaland capitaland
and the required patience finds await awaiting awattIng awaitlag ¬
ing him an opportunity that is probably probablynot probablnot probablynot
not equaled equa by any spot on the globe globeAnd clobeAnd globeAnd
And If he be a citizen of the United UnitedStates UnitedStat UnitedStates
States Stat he will receive a welcome from fromhis frombls fromhis
his compatriots bore that will warm the thecookies thecookIes thecookIes
cookies of his heart heartHawaii heartHawalt heartHawaii
Hawaii needs farmers She must have haveAmerican h have4anerican 1 1merIcaD
American citizens cUI She wants some of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that conquering blood to which our West Westorn We Westera t torn
orn prairlw and fld amonUlns ment1 SrHJ have hn yielded yieldedtheir yielde4their Iold Ioldtheir
their treasures of mine and field and andforost andorOoSt andforest
forest In ti he language of Gov Freer FreerThe FrearThe FreerThe
The policies of smalllanded proprietor proprietorships proprietorsllilM proprietorshilbs ¬
ships and diversified industries are net netnecessarily netI notnecessarily
I necessarily antagonistic to the prosperity prosperityof prosp rlt rltof
of the sugar Industry tndustr Probably nowhere nowhereare nohereI
I I are business enterprises large lar e aDd small smallconducted smallconducttc1 smallconducted
conducted more generally nera1IY under corporate corporateforms corporateforms corporateforms
forms but probably nowhere are they theyconducted tbo tboconducted theyconducted
conducted more m re honorably bonorbl or with less lessabuse l lessabuse s sabust
abuse of capitalistic power The suger sugerIndustry sugerIndustf1 sugerlndustr
Industry lndustr is that from which directly dtrecU or orindirectly orIndllCUy orindirectly
indirectly the Territory and its people peoplederive peoplederln peoplederive
derive their roam support But It will be beconceded beconceded beconceded
conceded that the Territory should not notkeep notkeep notkeep
keep all Its eggs in one basket especially especiallywhen eElpeclallwhen especiallywhen
when that baskets upset is threatened threatenedby threatenedbY threatenedby
by probable tariff revision The high In Interests Interests Intoresti ¬
terests of these islands require them to tobo tobe tobe
be peoPed as far as may be by bv small emaillanded smalllanded smalllanded
landed proprietors proprietorsNot proprietorsot proprietorsNot
Not ot even the solid phalanx of the beet beetsugar beetsugar beetsugar
sugar interests Inter ts of the Northwest can pro protect protct protect ¬
tect Hawaiians from seeing se ng the ghosts ghostsof
of tariff revision Philippine free trade tradeand tradeI
I and Cuban annexation Some of the theHawaiians theHawaIIans theHawallans
Hawaiians are already at work heaping heapingtheir hen heapingtheir ping pingtheir
their eggs in baskets other oth r than the on onof one oneof 3 3of
of sugar They have blazed the way and andopened andopened andopened
opened the door of opportunity for the theAmerican theAmerlean theAmerican
American who has youth OtJUa industry ana a afew eotew afew
few thousand dollars All who desire to toturn toturn toturn
turn these assets into Ilto wealth and happi happiness happlness happiness ¬
ness tho while living In a veritable vedta le para paradise parae paradl5o ¬
dise e should answer the luring call of ofUncle ofUBcle ofUncle
Uncle Sams little ocean gem gemHawall gemHawall0IpfrfgtK gemHawaiithgrhghst Hawaii HawaiiOBKTfgM
OBKTfgM tt3 1ar Mf Frederic J Hartda HartdaTomorroTT HalkiaTom Hak1nTomorrowA
TomorroTT Tom TomorrowA rro1TA A Tourists Iaratlixo IaratlixoSTYLE larndcSTYLE IarndiseSTYLE
STYLE FOR SHIRTWAIST
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The woman who sews for herself will willfind wl11find willfind
I find the S w1st ist sketched a pretty style for formaking tormaking formaking
making with little trouble In a wash washable washable washable ¬
able material a little embroidery or lace lacoinsertion laooInsertion laceInsertion
insertion might adorn it though the waist waistIs waistis
1 Is quite attractive attractive enough without fur further turther further ¬
ther elaboration thantho than thegroups eroups grou s of nar narrow narrow carTow ¬
row tucks across tho front front The back backmay backI backmay
I may b be finished with or without tho aim simulated aimulated ¬
ulated back yoke oke and the sleeves may be bein beIn
I in wrist or elbow length lengl1l Batiste < mad madras m madras ad adra ¬
ras ra and pong pongee e are used for making makingpractical m makingpractical ldnG ldnGI
practical and pretty prettywaIsts waists In the style stylewhile stylewhile stylewhile
I while a foulard or messallne would sorve sorveequally sorveequr serveequnily
equally equr l well For the medium size Ize 3 3yards 313 3yards
I yards ard8 of o 2lnch A1m h material are needed neededSix noooedSIx neededSix
Six size sizes 32 3 to 43 Inches bust measure measureThis mOaSureI moaureThis
I This Thl pattern may be obtained byInclos byInclosing bylnolosIng bymobsbig ¬
ing 18 cent cents to tho Pattern Dapartnient DapartnientWashington DsprrtmontWashington
Ilashlngton Washington Herald Hera Jd mol Fifteenth F street streetnorthwest streetI streetnorthwest
I northwest and tn giving number 6127 and andala a1dale andie
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three ee ar arAll are most mostextraordinary mostextraordinary
extraordinary values valuesAll
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make every everyone one take notice
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36 inches wide lengths i to
10 yards several of the leading leadingbrands leadingbrands leadingbrands
brands which sell usually at IOC locto IOCto iocto
to 150 a yard from the piece pieceApron pieceApron pieceApron
Apron ginghams 5gc yd ydIn ydIn ydIn
In brown blue and green greenchecks greenchecks greenchecks
checks one of of the very best bestbrands bestbrands bestbrands
brands fast colors good lengths lengthsRegular lengthsRegular lengthsRegular
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wide lengths 2 to 9 yards just justthe justI justthe
the thing for undergarments undergarmentsnight undergarmentsnight undergarmentsnight
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REFLECTIONS OF OFA OFA OFA
A BACHELOR GIRL GIRLBY
BY HELEN ROWLAND ROWLANDLove noWL ROWLANDLove m
Love is the sparkle In the wine winematrimony winematrlmony winematrimony
matrimony the headache that fol follows tollows oh ohlows ¬
lows lowsYou lowsYou lowsYou
You can always find somebody somebodyto
to share your our money mone and your yourpleasures yourpleasuros yourpleasures
pleasures with but youve got to tohave tohav tohave
have hav somebody somebod tied to you to toBharo toebaro toshare
share your sorrows and troubles troubleswith troubloswith troubleswith
with thats the excuse for matri matrimony mltrlmony matrimany ¬
mony monyWhen monyVhen manyWhen
When you ou contemplate the man manyou manou roanyou
you you ou married it Is difficult to be beliovQ belIove behove
liovQ hove he was once the Innocent Innocentcherubfaced Innocntcherubfaced inoentcherubfaced
cherubfaced boy bo his mother mothershowed mothttrshfJwed motherhnwed
showed you ou a picture of ofThe 0 0The ofThe
The devil couldnt tempt St St An Anthony Anthonbut Anthonybut ¬
thony thonbut but then in those days daysthere daysthfre daysthere
there were no peekaboo waists waistsThe wtstsThe waistsThe
The only contract a man con conelders conIders considers
elders so unimportant that he hewill hewill hawill
will will sign It without first reading readingIt
It over is the marriage contract contractA
I A woman whose wh se husband gives givesher glveeher givesher
her cause for or jealousy should not notshfd notslrttl notshil
shfd tears she should shed the thehusband thehusband thehusband
husband husbandA
A man Is never really old until untilhis untilhis untilhis
his rosy hopes have hR turned gray grayand graynnd grayand
and he has begun to get wrln wrlnVlos wrlntIcs wrinkios
tIcs In his disposition dispositionA
A good woman is I known by bywhat bywhat bywhat
what she do does a good man by bywhat bywbat bywhat
what he doesnt doesntFROM d08lntFROM doesntFROM
FROM WOMANS WOMANSPOINT WOA1ANSPOINT WOMANSPOINT
POINT OF VIEW VIEWThe
The surest sign of old age Is inability 1na lUty to tosleep tosleep tosleep
sleep In the morning and habits of early earlyrising earlyrising aerhyrising
rising all out of keeping with the family familylife familylite familylife
life > My Iy friends cultivate morning naps napsbefore na napsbefore s sbefore
before It Is too late lateYOU eteOtl you will avoid being beingn
n nuisance to those who do not get 8t up upwith upwith upwith
with the sun and when y u u have to live livewith lIvewith livewith
with them that means something somethingChildren somethingChildren somethingC somethingChildren
C
Children have nave the early rising habit habitbecause habitbe habitbecause
because be Au they retire early MrI e rly The excep exceptions exceptions exoeptions ¬
tions keep hours out of all proportion to totheir totheir totheir
their years and sometimes are difficult difficultto
to persuade rauade to the breakfast table while whilethe whilethe whilethe
the meal is at its best In a family familywhere familYwhere familywhere
where the t e children are supposed to retire retireat retireat retireat
at 7 oclock the elder a boy rarely rarel gets getsto getsto getsto
to sleep before 9 and his mother once onceleft oncelelt onceleft
left him to make his h morning toilet un undisturbed undisturbed undisturbed ¬
disturbed and it was afternoen before he hewas hewas hewas
was presentable He had missed break breakfast breakfast breakfast ¬
fast and Just caught luncheon by neg neglecting ne nelecUn neglecting ¬
lecting lecUn the finishing touches touchesNobody touchesNobodY touchesS
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Nobody believes nowadays that any anyspeolal an anspeolal anyspecial
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middle life The workers whom business businesscalls bustnessoalls businesscalls
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the morning are not suck specimens of ofhealth ofbealth ofhealth
health and strong nerves as to make us uswish uswish uswish
wish to follow In their footsteps Per Personally Personally Personally ¬
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than to get up early in the morning and andmy andmy andmy
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a matter of habit I 1 have worked orked nights nightsand nlgbtsand nightsand
and slopt days da s and after after the habits were werefixed werefixed werefixed
fixed have changed them by b working workingthrough workingthrough workingthrough
through the day d like other Christians A Alittle AIIttlo Alittle
little experience was W all I nee3 n neee 1t a In the thetransition thttnaDsltion thetransition
transition In cases of need I can O n get getup getup getup
up at any an hour but if it la early earl I do donot donot donot
not feel real well at any part of the day dayTho dayTho dayThe
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tremely active women but I have seen seencores seenICOres seenscores
cores of others converted to it by persis persistent persistent persiatent ¬
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tailed by b amusement or work a a nap In Inthe 2nthe Inthe
the day da is the only onl rational method of ofrepairing ofrepaJrlng ofrepairing
repairing the loss There is such a thing thingas thingas thingas
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bed should be arranged to allow al1o no more morethan morethan morethan
than eight hours of healthy slumber slumberI
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whore Fancy Fanc lying In bed wide awake awakeand aakeand awakeanti
and and finding the noise of the milkmans milkmanswagon milkmanwagon milkmanswagon
wagon almost unbearable unbe rab1e I know a aoase acase acase
case of that kind and the dispenser of the thewhite thewhite thewhite
white fluid was mortally offended at a re request retuest reuent ¬
quest < uent to use rubber tires and wrap the thebottles thebolt161S thebottles
bottles to avoid danger and d noise of hit hitting hitting hitthug ¬
ting together No amount amount of money can cancompensate canoompeRStlte canoomponsate
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