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w or saw peche. was bs a /ew
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M NMl a t The gsahe.
!ar tý owm saines toe
was r ltr wo at ouaittwe
Wm or h ll~eq MiI he mentioned
SI w. his a
ekaire and the other e·mI in as m
ý' H only stamd a inute or two,
wre ýita oppodt eri e. He.h Wn laeke d tehisa
bent ed his wor, wh4.c
was w and spmrktlng In style. famea
meeker. memaer snit of mam I mees saw.
"The west tine. he paid t-em vilst-he
was writig a novel far usn md caste with
man hntdnen f-I happened to he
th oah chapters to be
pwblis in t he meam of the net day. At
omes it .es r.d to me to ask the auto
to esplaim a pwamege which had nnm-le
a.i;-~---- pvwIw~mse aid ..o I h
trehe e to a. dama ror n
ns~L· ·~uu~In mur i sea
It as osac' wbb ai be haem,.ende
bear.·rurc orI rdaunrL
"To lmy :'pro e," enatitued the eitdl
"the movelist gw very ee ia tahe eae,
bliand s b whi lawr tbs pmeleeeet
se.mbled, and for a nsment he said sote.
lets I ad no Iddea what embarrmed
ismut tout I had a ve@rae rde, a
Hgeto ei to e.s ask ocs or
twice, b his ps n aI eanwhile
his see. remained seand oher sl
quent ..s "m disrewbane were not want.
In. His ilence was akitý the sitaestion
veryo aund thorn snd ethinksas
~ery that ih ave 7wease tee a s*n*
tho rnfosp ateadi aa re pht, t be
sopped me with ad h hand ao.d
n a low voice began: 'Tee facts si, er
I have deceived you--this story is none
my writing. I never wrote a lste la
life-haven't the ability, I oaht
"'Do you mesa to may.' said , hodty,
"that I've been dealing with an imposter
all these years-a literary thief, a pe
"'Not qusite so bad as that sir,' he se
ldre calmaly,' although I've pu
name to a great many menuamcri whic
you have been sood enough to , and
which I now own were not written iy me,
yet I telieve you will not be so Ihgabt
when leas arn who did write them.
" 'May I have the pleasure of knowing
who the author is T' said I, with all the
rnI could msumon.
"?4o4rtainly. My wife,' he replied.
quickly. 'I neyer was in favor of the us
at my name. but she insisted that the re
viewers and newspaper pagraps had
eharpaned their kaives to k the
rising crop of fseminine writers. and that
she could write meore boldly over my nane
thani over her own, and with less criticism
at a so-called moeral sort.'
"'Well, to st a loeng story short tin the
last volume, the facts were esartly as my
after made the acquaintance of the fair
author. She still used her husband's
mane, but he is no longer so meek and
nervous when he enters may dea. A great
burdens is o his mind."
aow Alfred Kss. raed a lllalser.
Alfred Klein, who made a bit as P lcan
in MiCaull's revival of "alks." ar few
aser s.a agois an EHnklaan by birth,
and about 1. years ago was a wanderIng
street siager, says the New York ar. He
drifted to Saratoga, w.her his ealy gooad
voloe, together with his spirit of mainly i
dependene., mseured for him favros not
usmaly aeeorded others in his line. While
Klein was in Saratoga the Rem.rta row
lng erew cane from England and were
defeated on Sarataoa lake by the famous
Ward brothers. This roused the Eaglish
blood in Klein and he Issued a chllenge.
which resulted in a race in mud meows
acroes the Narrows at Saratoga lake be
tween meae hoay for a silver cup bought
by local sportmnen. Klein won the race
and was verlr poud of him vitoary. He
cimed that hi trophy was the first cup
ever won on American waters br an En
There were plenty of sporting anen who
were asnumed the boy's tal. and paer
tlarl by his opinion of Tom Sayers,
the E sl lit. One day Klein es
S f rathelr forcihl about
Jon Morriey a fighter and hisber
em said that be would not dare to talk in
that strain to Morrimsey's face. Klein said
he would. and to prove it the entire party
went to Morrisey's house, a few blocks
away. While lein went to the door the
sports waited near by for the outcome.
Mr. Morrissey came to the door and
looked down in ausrprie at the boy. "Well,
ay little man, what can I do for you "" he
"Mr. Morrlmmey," said Klein, "I was
talkina with some men down here and I
said tast I thought Tom Sayer. war a bet
ter man than you. They aid I did not
dare to tell you so. Now, Mr. Morrisiey
I think you are a pretty go ran, but I
do think Tom r lick ayou."
Morrimey I. oubtright, gave Klein
a dollar, and was the latter's friend ever
ANNIE LOUISI'S KISS.
he NWoeed Iaer Gives an Old Aeslmt
ea mas 3 sev. GesOlag.
A writer in the Boston Adreet(r tells
that a roung fr end In Maine has been
amesh .mbaew.d romescty the kind
attentio of Mrs. Annie Louise Cary Ray
mand. "It was at the reception which
amod a week or two ao in Portland. Our
ma, when a ltle abaver, bad
b aneighbor and favorite of the great
singer. r seven or eight yea rs q nd
not n, and now the oane a In kn**
ri obpaaounit beaprms.d t.e
thie . . nosd's mMee wigthed
W tllo, Seve I' exclaimed
"' t~y mAld thatod nan" ot
al h did not remove beer arm from
whew it had fallen in her Imapetoas em
ba t bat stood mthmu·W with 'ev'f
ftuenishoest of tese and e e eoo
tusion dte smodest 'oL·h·
Vram 4lmmmn Joke
Mr. Dr uomk: "I daaire to obtain ymu
pgwminia to m1U7 your dsuagtosr."
Pamet: "Which oun?" "W.ieb one?
I really haven't wade up mw YnaId.
W~vh ca. would you rteommend? Yarn
know m beamr than I do."
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