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j KATHLEEN j
I NORRIS I
CWfrrWkt kr IIUUM MorrU
unhappy, neglected ; she had devel
oped through suffering a certain timid
ity that was almost a shrinking, a
certain shy clinging to what was kind
Her happiness here was an hourly
delight to both Allx and himself. She
seemed to flower softly ; every day
of the simple forest life brought her
new Inter*st, new energy, new bloom,
Sht tn* .Allx washed their bair again,
dammed the creek again, tm m nod and
sang duets again. Sometimes they
cooked, often they went Into the old
senseless spasms of laughter at noth
ing, or almost nothing.
One evening, when In the sitting
room there was no other light than
that ef the fire that a damp Juiy eve
ning mode pleasant, about a week
after her arrival, Cherry spoke for
the first time of Martin. She had
had a long letter from him that a.ty,
ten pages written in a flowing band
on ten pages of the lined paper of a
cheap hotel, with a little cut of tho
building standing boldly against a
mackerel sky nt the top of each page.
He was well, he had some of bis din
ners at the hotel, but lived nt home;
he had been playing a little poker and
wits luckier than ever. Ho was look
ing Into a proposition in Durang?,
Mexico, and would let ber know bow
lt panned ottt.
Peter bad been playing the plano
lazily when the letter wtis tossed to
Cherry by Alix, who usually drove
toto the village every morning afler
breakfast for marketing and tho mull.
He had seen Cherry glance through
lt, seen the little distasteful move
ment of the muscles about ber nose,
and seen her put lt carelessly under
a candlestick on tho mantel for later
consideration. At luncheon she bad
referred to it, and now lt evidently
bud caused her to be thoughtful and
a little troubled,
"Mart may go to Mexico I" she said,
presently, with a sigh.
"To stay?" Peter asked, quickly.
"As much as be stays anywhere V*
she answered, drily.
"H'm I Docs that mean you?" Allx
"I suppose that's the plan," Cherry
said, lifelessly. "He says ho'U want
me to Join bim about the middle of
"Oh, help I" Allx said, disgustedly.
Chorry wue silent a few minutes,
and Peter smoked with his eyes on the
"If-"Cherry, said presently, "If
I get my money I'll have enough to
live on, won't L Peter?"
"Xou'11 have about forty thousand
dollars-yes. at five per cent you could j
live on that. Especially If you lived
here In the valley," Peter answered,
after some thought.
"Then I want you to know," Cherry
went on quietly, with sudden scarlet
In her cheeks, "that I'm going to tell
Martin I think we have tried lt long
Peter looked gravely at her, sober
ly nodded, and resumed his study of
the fire. But Allx spoke lu brisk pro
"Tried lt I You mean tried mar
riage I But one doesn't try marriage I
It's a fact. It's like the color of your
"Allx," the little sister pleaded eager
ly, "you don't know what lt ls-you
don't know what lt Isl Always meeting
people I don't like ; always living In
places I hate; always feeling that my
own self ls being smothered and lost
and shrunk ; always listening to Mart
complaining and criticizing people-"
Peter Interrupted seriously :
"I'll go this far, Cherry. Lloyd mnr
ried you too young."
"Oh, far too young I" she agreed
quickly. "The thing I-I can't think
of," she said, "la how young I was
only a little girl. I knew nothing;
I wasn't ready to be anybody's wife I"
Something In tho polguant sorrow of
hor tone went straight to their henrta,
and for the first time Peter had an
idea of the real suffering she had
"If I had a child, even, or if Martin
needed me," Cherry said, "then lt
might be different I But I'm only a
burden to him-"
"Ills letter doesn't sound as If he
thought of you as a burden," Allx sug
"Ab, well, the minute I leave him
he has a different tone," Cherry ex
plained, and Peter said, with a glance
almost of surprise at his wife:
"It's an awfully difficult position for
a woman of any pride, den ri"
Allx, kneeling to adjust the fire, as
she was constantly tempted to do, met
his look and laid a soot-streaked hand
on his knee.
"Pete, denrest, of course lt 1st
But-" nitd Allx looked doubtfully from
Ono to the other- "hut divorce ls a
hateful thing!" she added, slinking ber
head. "It--lt never seems to me Jus
"Divorce ls an Institution," Peter
said. "You may not like lt any more
than you like prisons or madhouses;
lt bas Its uses."
"People get divorces every dny !"
Cherry added. "Isn't divorce better
than living along tn marriage-without
"Oh, lovel" Allx said scornfully.
"Love ls Just another name for pas
sion and selfishness and laziness, half
the time !"
"You can say that, because yot.-s
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ls ouf? of tho happy marriages," Crher
ry snld. "It might bo very different
If Peter weren't Peter!"
As she said his name she sent him
ber trusting smile ; ber blue eyes shone
with affection, and the exquisite curve
of her mouth deepened. Peter smiled
back, and looked away In a little con
"I can't Imagine the circumstances
under wddch I shouldn't love you and
Peter!" Allx summarized lt, triumph
"And Martin?" Peter asked.
"Ah, well; I didn't marry Martini"
tils wife reminded him quickly. "I
didn't promise to love and honor Mar
tin In sickness and health; for richer,
for poorer; for better, for worse-by
fjporgc !" Allx Interrupted herself, In
her boy ha way, "those ure terrifie
wot in, ju know. And a promise ls
"And even for Infidelity yoa don't
believe people ought to seperatot"
"Nonsense I" Peter said.
"Hut you snld-that Martin never-*
"No, I'm not speaking of Martin
"Well, wouldn't that come under
.worser'?" Allx asked.
"Hut, my child," Peter expostulated
kindly. "My dear benighted wife
there Is such a thing us a soul-a mind
-a personality I To be tied to a
well, to a coarsening influence day after
day is living death I It ls worse than
any bodily discomfort-"
"I don't see lt 1" Allx persisted. "I
think there's a lot of nonsense talked
about the fnmmy oncompreezy-but lt
seems to me that If you have a homo
and meals and books and friends and
the country to walk In, you-"
"Oh, heavens, Allx; you don't know
what you're talking about I" Cherry
Interrupted ber Impatiently. "Some
timos I think your marriage ls as
as queer as my own."
Nothing more was said for several
days upon the subject of a possible
divorce. One afternoon Peter crossed
the porch, tired and bot, and found
everything apparently deserted. Ile
dropped Into a chair, and was still
breathless from the rapid climb up
hill, when stray notes from the plnno
reached his curs; a chord, a carefully
played blt of bass ; then a chord again.
'Then slowly, but with dainty accuracy
and even feeling, Cherry began to play
a strange little study of Schumann.
Peter knew lt was Cherry, because
Allx's touch was always firm and sure;
more than that, be himself had played
this samo blt no longer ago than last
U?4'ht, and he remembered now that
Cherry had asked him just what lt
Ile experienced a sudden and pleas
ing emotion ; he dbl not stop to analyze
lt. Hut he bad been ruffled In spirit
a moment before; Allx lind known ha
was to come on this train and had not
met him with the car; and while ho
really did not mind tho walk up, he
disliked the feeling that they had en
tirely forgotten him.
Presently there was silence; then
Cherry tried another little study and
finished lt, and tho hot summer still?
noss reigned again.
With a sense that he had been doz
ing, if only for a few minutes, Peter
opened his eye?. Framed In the cabin
doorway, poised like a butterfly against
the dark background of the room,
stood Cherry, He knew that sh? had
boen standing so for some tim?, for a
fall minuto; perhaps more.
They looked at each other In a si
lenee that grew more and more awk
ward by great plunges. Peter had
They Looked at Each Other In
time to wish that he had kept his eye?
shut ; to wish thal he had smiled when
he first saw her-he could not liavo
forced himself lo smile now-to won
der how they were ever to speak
where they Were rushing-rushing
rushing-before : he turned noiselessly
und vanished Into the dim room.
Peter lay there, and hts heart
pounded. A moment ago he had been
a tired man, fretted because lils wife
forgot to meet bim; now there was
something new In the world. And rap
idly all the world became only a back
ground, only a setting, for this extra
ordinary sensation. The bills beyond
still swam In the bot sunlight, the
mountain rose into the blue, but the
light that changes all life lay over
them for Peter.
Ho said to himself that lt was awk
ward-he did not know how be could
enter that door and talk to Cherry.
And yet he knew that that meeting
of Cherry, that the common exchange
of words and glances, that the dally
trifling encounters with Cherry were
all poignantly significant now.
He felt no Impulse toward burry.
He might sit on his porch a a ot h jr
hour, might saunter off toward the
creek. It mattered nothing; the hour
was steadily approaching whoa she
Allx drove tn, full of animated apol
ogies. She managed the car far bet
ter than he, and no thought of an ac?
cldent had troubled him.
The evening was warm, one of the
two"* or three warm evenings thnt
marked the height of summer even
In the high valley. Thero was not
a breath of air In tho garden ; roses
and wallflowers stood erect In a sort
of luminous enchantment. Moonlight
sank through the low twisted branches
ot tho rear-by oaks and fell tangled
with black and lacy shade through
the porch rose vine.
Allx sat on the porch rall, every
lin? of crisp skirt and braided bead
revealed as If by daylight, but Cher
ry's pale striped gown was only a
glimmer In the deepest shade of the
vine. Peter, smoking, sat where he
could not but see her; they had hard
ly looked at each other directly since
the long, strange look of this after
noon; they bad exchanged hardly a
"Town tomorrow, Pete?" Allx said,
after a silence during which she lind
locked her arms behind ber head,
stared straight above her nt the path
the moon was making through faint
stars, and yawned. "I've got to go lu
to a meeting of the hospital board.
Good night, beloveds. I'm dead. Don't
sit out here mooning with Pete all
night, Cerise !"
Peter said to himself that now Cher
ry would go, too, but as the screen
door banged lightly after Alix, and the
dull glimmer of Cherry's striped gown
did uot move lu the soft shadow, a
sudden reluctance and distaste seized
him. He bad been subconsciously
aware of ber all afternoon ; he had
known a delicious warmth and stir
at his heart that he bad not analyzed,
If Indeed lt could be analyzed. Now
suddenly he did not want the beauty
and gloom nnd charm of that feeling
touched. His heart hogan to beat
heavily again, and he knew that he
must stop the unavailing game now.
Hut he bad not reckoned on Cherry.
She twisted In ber chair, and be heard
a child's long, happy sigh.
"Oh, so am ? tired, too!" she
breathed, reluctantly. "I hate to
leave lt-but I've been almost asleep
for half an hour I You can have all
tho moonlight there ls, Peter." Her
white figure fluttered toward the door.
"Good night 1" she said, drooping ber
little bead to choke a yawn. A mo
ment later he beard ber laughing with
'You fool-you fool-you fool I" Pe
ter said to himself, and be felt an
emotion like shame, a little real com
punction that be could so utterly mis
read her Innocence. He felt lt not
only wrong In him, but somehow stain
ing und hurtful to ber.
(To be Continued)
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SOUTH CAROLINIANS LOST LIVES
Hewlett C. Sullivan and Hailey Tur.
ncr Killed at Kockdalo, Texas.
Anderson, Sept. 4.1-George W.
Sullivan, of WUUumston, received
several messages to-day from Rock
dale, Texas, concornig the drowning
of his son, Hewlett Chiles Sullivan.
Tho mayor of Rockdale sent one in
which it was staled that there was
no hopo of Unding Mr. Sullivan alive,
and that all efforts wero being made
to find tho body of Mr. Sullivan and
his partner, Halley Turnor, and that
300 voluntt ;r workers aro looking
for tho bodies of thc young men.
Mr. Sullivan was 42 year's of age,
and bad been In Texas for seven
years. Ho was with tho Anderson
Cash Grocery of this city as book
keeper for sevoral years after his
graduation from Wofford College.
Mr. Turner waa a sen of Dr. Turner,
of Spartauburg, and tho two young
mon wero classmates.
Mr. Turner went West after leav
ing school and made such success In
ranching that be sont for hts former
classmate to come and share In lils
good fortune, when young students
Mr. Sullivan is said lo have assisted
Mr. Turner in bis lessons, and was
a friend to bim in many ways, Mr.
Turner having an impediment in his
speech the assistance of his friend
in college was Invaluable, und thia
kindness was never forgotten hy Mr.
Turnor, and when fortune smiled on
him ho romcmbored this kindness
and made Mr. Sullivan Iii;- partner.
Neither of tho young men was mar
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U. S. IS AFTER THE POT OF GOLD
Will Proceed at One? to Have Mrs.
Hergdoll Comply With Orders.
Washington, Sept. 16.-Tho gov
ernment ls going after the famous
Bergdoll "pot of gold."
Thomas W. Miller, allon property
custodian, announced to-day that a
complaint had boen propnrod de
manding of Mrs. Emma C. Bergdoll,
mother of Grover Cleveland Berg
doll, as attorney In fact for ber son,
all property In which bo held any
interest, Including gold coln taken
from the treasury before the draft
evader escaped from Federal author
ities and fled to Germany. It ls ex
pected that tho complaint will bo
filed to-day in tho Federal District
Court at Philadelphia.
Demand was made on Mrs. Berg
doll last May for delivery of all pro
perty belonging lo bor son In which
ho had any Interest, Mr. Miller said,
but despite repeated extensions of
time allowed Mrs. Bergdoll tho pro
perty had not been turned over to
tho government. This, bo added,
made it necessary to take Ibo action
"Al tho time of seizure," said Mr.
Miller, "Mrs. Bergdoll had not been
sentenced, as a result of her trial
for aiding and abetting the escape
of ber son, and for conspiracy to
evade tho draft. She was also under
examination by the special committee
of Congress, which bus since 'made
its report, and it was felt by tho cus
todian's omeo that, under theso cir
cumstances, they should bo lenient
at that time in insisting upon Imme
diate compliance by Mrs. Bergdoll
with the demands of the government.
Under the terms of tho peace resolu
tion, signed by the President on July
2d, all demands made before tba',
dato by tho allen property custodian
in accordance with tho law, are en
"It is our intention to insist on
Mrs. Borgdoll's compliance with tho
torms of tho trading with tho enemy
act, and In accordance with our de
mands made thereunder. We are
prepared to go to the full extent of
tho law In causing her to do so if it
becomes necessary.' Tho Department
of Justice is aiding us, through tho
United States District Attorney in
Philadelphia, and as in our original
seizure last May, wo will proceed
vigorously, but fairly."
KIRBY. FOX AND OAPPIN8 TO BIB
On Oct. 21-Found Guilty of Murder
In First Degree nt lexington.
Lexington. Sept. 14.-C. O. Fox,
S. J. Kirby and Jesse Guppins, con
victed murderers of William Brazen,
19-year-old Columbia taxi driver,
wero Tuesday afternoon sentenced
by Judgo Thomas s. Soaso to die in
tho oloctrlo chair on Friday, Oct. 21,
belwoon the hours ot 10 o'clock lu
the morning und 2 o'clock In the af
ternoon. Tho verdict tn tho caso of
Kirby was roached lu 36 minutos,
hoing returned before noon, while
tho case of Fox and Gapplns, tried
Jointly, was decided after tho Jury
had deliberated 4 0 minutes, this
verdict being returned at 5.14 o'clock
Brazell was killed by tho three
mon early on tho morning of Aug. 8
on tho road near Leosvlllo, In Lex
ington county, on an automobile trip
for which they had engaged the taxi
The three cor detuned mon wero
returned to tho Slate penitentiary
to be. placed in tlu> death cell imme
diately on adjournment of court, tho
trip to tho capital being made with
out Incident in automobiles.' They
luive hr>en kept tn the Slale prison
during the trial, hoing brought from
Lexington each evning and returned
in the morning.
No noticies of appeal were Hied by
tho counsel appointed by tho presid
ing judgo lo defend tho men. who
were without lawyers, Mrs. Kirby,
however, said that she would appeal
to Governor Cooper to commute her
husband's sentence on tho ground
that lu* is mentally unbalanced, duo
lo an injury to his skull, and to a
The three men heard lite verdicts
of the two juries with practically ne
show of emotion. Gapping and Kirby
exhibited a few sgns of nervousness,
but Fox 1H orally did not bat an eye
lash as he stood facing tho Judgo,
apparently entirely unconcerned.
Mrs. Kirby, who with her 1 1-year
old daughter, sal through the enltro
session to-day, fainted whon sentence
was pronounced upon her husband
after having bvoken down when tho
verdict was road. The mothor and
sister of Gapplns were also present
at the greater part of tho hearing,
Mrs. Gapplns being at the verge of
collapse throughout the taking of
testimony lu her son's caso, breaking
down completely during Solicitor T.
O. Calllson's address to the Jury.
Mrs. Gapplns and hor daughter loft
tho court room when the Jury re
tirod, going to an unto room, where
later sho wns told of tho verdict and
sentence. Sho wag still In tears when
sho was escorted to an automobile,
leaving for hor home In Columbia.
Gapplns' wife attended tho morning
session, listening to tho evidence ap -
parently unconcerned. J. S. Fox, the
father of Fox, defendant In the <*aao,
was also progent throughout tho
Court wus reconvened this morn
ing with Kirby still on tho stand, ad
mitting on cross examination that
he, with Fox and Gapping, had lured
the transfer driver to his death. The
caso went to tho Jury at 10.45 o'clock
and the verdict of guilty wag return
ed after 35 minutes' deliberation.
Two minutes after tho first case
had been concluded tho trial of Fox
and Gapplns was begun, both de
fendants testifying In their own be
half. Fox, speaking In a dull but
clear monotone, recouivted tho grue
some details of the murder, showing
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Women Could Do Well Preaching.
Chicago, Sept. 15.-If thero wero
more women preachers In tho pulpits
thero would bo moro men In tho
churches, Mina M. Madeline South
ard, president of tho International
Association of Women Preachers,
told members of thal organization
at their convention hore. Miss South
ard accused men of "fcmininlzing
Quoting Frances Willard, sho said:
"Men havo boon proachlng for two
thousand years, and tho largo ma
jority of their converts havo been
women. Supposo that women should
share tho preaching power, would
not tho majority of their converts
Itub-My-Tism ls a powerful Anti
septic. Cures infected cuts, old sores,
Only three putouts wore granted
In the United States In tho first year
of tho oporatlon of tho patont office,
The Saracen war ia Spain and.
France lasted 782 years.