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Miller 6 Rhoads.
Miller & Rhoads.
A Special Sale of Satteen
and Moire Petticoats.
89c Values tor 50c.
$1,00 Values for 69c.
$1.50 and $1.98 Values for $1,00.
'Thero -wero twenty dozen of them whon tlio shipmont arrived, but
? dozen or more wore sold whilo the Skirts were being marked.
Our sklrt buyer snys It's the best bargaln he ever secured ln undorsklrt* nt
the beglnnlng of the senson or nt a^y other tlme, Wo thlnk you'll conflrm
Some of the Skirts nro samplos?the others are regular stock put
in by the mann.facfcurer to make up tho special offering.
The BOe. lot ls the smalles*. ?t nll. It consists of colored SattViia and spun
glass Jn black.
The 69c. skirts nro of good black mercorlzed satteen, In several styles,
The largest lot of nll conlnlns the skirts for $1,00?mnde of flne black mer-,
cerlzed satteen nnd tnoiro?the sntteens belng In three styles,
These Skirts-aro cut full and tailored in a thorough manner, and
vdthout doubt tho best dollar Skirts you ever saw.
Days Like Yesterday
Bring Thoughts of Flannels.
? Threo extra good values. ln whlto
flannels to-dny. New goods, just .
27 Inches wtde, 25c.
82 Inches wlde, 33c.
36 Inches wlde, 39c.
A Double Bed Sheet for 59c
81x90 Inches. and wo know the same
quality sells for at least 10 per cent.
Heavy, round thrcad cotton?war
ranted to wear flrst?rate.' V ",':'?'
ij Ooaal and
Among the Amerlcnn, smart P?PJ?
everybody hns gone "a Wjitl"S <' ?_
races for to see," thp gutherltu. 9lJ$}?,',?
dld nrivato crafts nt the raco grnuncis
off Sandy Ho?ok, being the most ;men or
able.ever known. Mr 3. PI^P0"1 *i?'
_an'H superb "Corsa r" dlsplajs Mr, Mor
____ pVivate slgnal. a whlte^oro?eent
and stoV on a squaro red Clng. Utliei
Mrae yachts Incldde Mr. ;Wldener's ,lo
ierdilne, Slr Thomas Llpton'B Erln, Mr.
Cornelliis Vnnderbllt's Xorth Star nnd
Sanv others; owned' by ) representative
New Yorkers, PhlladelpWana and Bal
lTTheCB,ar] and Countess of Shnftsbury
have been Slr Thomas Hlpton'a guests
on the. Erln. the Countess havlng been
the falr sponsor for Shamrock 111.
Tho struggle for the cup, however In
terestlnB as lt has undoubtedly, been,
seems not to hnvo affected "good tlmes '
at Newport at all. It has been durlng
?he summer and is stlll the vogue at that
?dellghtful clty by the sea to take tea at
TJurfee's ten house, about fivo mlles out
from Newport, kept by a venorablo lady,
an old Mrs. Durfee, who regales hoi us
Itors not only wlth home mnde cake .jno
Tjreserves, but wlth tho romanoo of hei
fonc llfe as well, punctuatlrig lior detnlls
with a dlsplay of rhe autographs of so?
clety leaders of half a century ago, when
volumlnous skirts and hoops wero worn,
Mlss GlaSys Brooks nn.l Mr. Ihayer
nre popular young Newport people thls
year. Thoy have heen busy mnklng
ready for tholr Septembqr w.edding, to
which three thousand inVltatlpns have ?
been sent out. ??? .,
Mlss Brooks, who ls a proverblally
fortunate ar.d happv brUte, has been for
some weeks busy. with npr glfts arrlvlng
numerously at "Rock Hurst. ' From Mr,
Thayer has come a dlamond crescent,
from Brooks pere a chest of sflver, from
Brooks mere a pcarl and dlamond icollar
and a dee4 to a New York house and lot/.
The bi-idesmalds nre Mlss Katherlno
Thayer, the groom's slster; Mlss Anna
Thayer, hls cousln; Mlss Constanee IMv
ermore, a daughter of Baroncss Seilllere;
Mlss Marlon Flsh, Mlss Adelalde Vlilt
ney and Miss Fannie Iselln. The groom
has chosen hls ~best man and ushers
from the Hnrvara clnss of IH03. Tbe
honeymoon wlll be spent on tho steam
yaoht Varuna to bo lonned by the brido's
uncle. Then tho young couple wlll re?
turn to Newport for tho remalnder of
ln Vlrglnla there ls tho.Horso Show to
take tha place f/f yachf.' racing. Tho Albe.
marle show be'glnft to-duy and wlll, unless
tlie weather forblds, bo a pretty exhlbltlon
Qf skill and horse Ilesh, Tlie proximty
of C'hiirloltesvllle tQ the Keswlck and
TiVnrrenton Hunt Clubs and to such niag
rtlflcent stock forms as Custle Hill, Som
ersel and many others, renders the show
Ing for entries very ll'no Indeed.
The soclety element wlll doubtless bo
consplcuous. Mrs. Carl von Mayhoff. tlio
dbarining hosless of MonUcello, nnd tho
Lnnghorne house party from Mirador, us
well us others from Itoyal Orchard and
the many famous and beautlful Alhe
marle country homes 'aroused Charlottes
vllle wlll Imparl much dlstln'ctlon and
grace to box partles nt tho show.
A ball for which many Richmond
jvoung people already hnvo engagements
V'lll approprlately coneludo tho guyctlos ot
, %be rlng nnd the week,
Many thoughts wlll be turned to "H'll
pilngten. Fluvanna cotinly, thls forenoon,
where the weddlug of Miss Mary Ashley
J3olI and Dr. Cl.lfton Meredlth Mlllor wlil
be celebrated ut 11 o'clock ln Dyle'ft
The fact that MIsb Bell sfVnt last
?winter in Rlchmond and that her exquls
lte volce was heard weekly In the chotr
of St. Puul'fl Church, aa well as the fncl
that she and Dr. Mlllor bave many frlends
frero, render tho marriage one of unusual
Tho Rlchmond party nf weddlng guests
wlll Include Mr. nnd Mrs- Wllllam Q. Mil?
ler and Mlss Ashley Miller, Dr, MIIKpr's
parents and Blster; Dr. Goorgo Hon. John
pton. Dr. Danlel Coleman, Dr. Charles
Jlol.lns and Dr. Vv\ A. 1-eo.
Invltallons have been Issued by Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles E. Straus for the mnrrlnge
or thelr daughter. MIsb Borlenno Strau.
to Mr. Deon Baer; formerly of Baltlmore,
put lor fjeveral years a resident pf Hlch
The ceremony wlll tnke place In tho
horne or the bride. Nn. S24 West On.ee
Street, September 16th. at 7 P. M. nnd
wlll he wftnessed only by the immc-diuio
fainllle. of the bride Bnd groom. An
Irnformn! receptlon at whlch frlends wlll
he welcomed, wlll bo afterwards held
from 9 to 11 P. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex. 3. nondurnnl, of
"Variety Bhade," Bucklngham county,
Va., annpunco the ongngoment of thelr
aaunhuy, Dabney. tp Profesaor ciifford
\j. Haro, "l the Alr-bnmrt I'olythohnlc In
slltiitp. at Anburn Alahamn. The marri
pge wlll take place ln September,
The ongagement anrl approaohlng mnr
rlage of .Mlss Majld Preston Hopkins, of
Newpowt News. Va., to Mr. ]). Wc-bster
CJlinpman. a promlnent hu&lneaa mnn of
Efmlthnejd. Vn., hns been nnnnnneed.
The weddlng wlll tnke place i|uiotly |n
the home o. the bride, Se.ntember BUi.
Mlaa JjOV-na Allc-it nnd Mr. JndKnn
?Deans, of Portsmouth, Va., wore. marrled
'August 2f>ih In tho home of Mr. nnd Mr?.
I.awrence Paul of South I.anrel Strent,
thls citv. bv ihi Rev. J. B. Hutson, pns?
tor or the pine-Btreel Baptlst Church.
A prominfint weddlno of yesterdav was
th.lt of Mlss Rul,y Plorshnlrn and Mr.
isaao Flegenhelmer. ,-elebrnierl at II A.
$f. ln the parlor of tho Jefferson Club,
by tho Rev. Dr. E. N. Callsch. I
The brlde, .attlred in a handsomo travel?
lng costume of brown tnffota, had bs hor
mnld of honor,' Mlsa Estelle Florsholm,
who was gowtted .ln Whlte brondcloth, Mr.
Henry Flegenhelmer?wns best man and
Mr. XV. C. Nelson, mnster of ceromonlos.
Ushers were Mr.: Loon l^elbermuth, Mr.
Bornnrd Carom, ,Mr, Herbert Bloomborg,
Mr. Jake Flegenholmer, Mr. Melvllle
Flegenhelmer. and Dr. William Flegen
Tho brlde's mother, Mrs. Mlllle Flors
helm, Wore blnck ombroidored orepe de
chlne wlth dlnmonds, Mlss Mlrlam Flor
shelm hnd on whito sllk. After tho cere?
mony an elcgnnt weddlng hrcakfast was
served by Mr. Davls of tbe club. Mr.
nnd Mrs. Flegenhelmer left afterwards
for a western tour.
Mlss Besslo A. Rowe, the daughter of
Mr. nnd Hfsl'P. F. Rowe, of No. 1117
Flnvd Avenue' nild=Mr;;Rlchara'i W.'- Fox,
of Phllndelphla,^were': -married' August
29th, In Wnshlngton. D, C, by Mr. Moad
owis, pastor of tho Maryland-Avonue Bap?
Tho ceremony wns wltnessed bv Mr. R.
H. Fox, the groom's father. Tha young
conplo wtll mnko tholr homo In Phlla?
Mlss Margnrot L. Staey. t.he younpoat
rtnughtor nf Mr. Ellls C. Siacy. nnd Mr.
Wnde A. Mnrrny, of Norfolk, Vn., were
quletlv nanrrlod In tho home of the
brlde's pnrents. nt Tflghlnnd Park on
Mondty, tho Rev. Chnrlos H. Boggs per
formlnfl tho ceremony.
The flrst nntumn moctlnK,of the Rlch?
mond Chnpler, Unltod Dnughinrs of tho
Cnnfederncy wlll he hold Wodnesdny,
Sontember fith. nt -1:30 P. M.
At thls meeting delegates to tho Norfolk
eonventlon will bo elected.
Mlss Marlanne Meade Is wlth Mrs. Lowls
Booker nt the Unlverslty of Vlrglnla for
tho Albemarle Horso Show. Mrs. Booker
ls now establlshed at the Unversty and
will spend thls wlnter thero.
Mrs. Phlllp H, Powers hns returned
from Sweet Sprlngs nnd Is now wlth her
brother. who ls 111 wlth typhod fevor,
nenr Baltmoro, Md.
Mlss Mnry- Glllctto, of Gle.ncoo. Md.,
well known-'ln' Baltlmore sooioty for hor
many persrin'al attrncllonn, ls vlsltlhg Mlss
Florence Bnrrow, at No. B03 Floyd Ave?
Mlsses Llna and FTnttle Shlelds with
Mlss Addlo New. of Portsmouth, nre the
guests of Mrs, A. C. Jonos, ln Newport
Dr. and Mrs. Weaver, who hnve been
vlsiting- Dr. Wenvcr's parents nt Baslo
Clty, are now nt homo to friends nt No.
101 'East Orncs Street.
Mr. B. P. Buforri, of Snn Antohlo,
Tox.. nfter several days spnnt wlth Rlch?
mond frlonds, left Monday for. Bowllng
Green, Vn.>.);?,?? . .... .. ,.
The many friends nf Mr. Robert.G. Lnm
bort, regret-thnt buslness promotlon'hns
transforrod hlm fromwRlohmond to | tho
State of New Tork. Mr. Lambert left for
Now Tork Monday nlght,
Mlss Josephlno Sizor wlll snend somo
weeks of Soptomher wlth friends on Long
Mrs.'-A. J. Wnrrnn nnrl Mlss Warren
hnve roturned from n summer ploasnntly
spent at Hot Sprlngs, Va.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Unnklns', who wore
ln Rlchmond for lnst week, left Saturday
to return to Cuckoo, Loulsa county,
Where thev hnve hoen durlng tho auramw
wlth Mr. Unnklns' mother, .
Mnjor B. R. Soldon 1ns gnne to Blncks
burg to nttend n bonrd meotlng of tho
Insiltuto to bo hold there to-day,
Mr. E. B. Sydnor expects to go up tn
ninrlottosvlllo.on Thursday fnr tho Horse
Show. ? ? .
Mlss Allce N. Pnrker, the princlpal nf
the Rlchmond Tralnlng School for Kln
dnrgartnnrs, who has beon nt lfnryard
durlng the summor, wlll roturn to Rlch
What a Mother Found Out About Food.
A mother found out what a chango of
fuotl cnn do ror a whole family, from the
nurslpg baby to the adults, In thls way:
"Twlce durlng tlio summer months my
baby wn? taken vlolently 111 nnd wns
very slow gettlng over tho attacks. ' Hls
former illet of cow's milk alnne. censed to
agreo with him, bq i coniblned lt with nn
oxpenalve intiinl's food. but ho soon be
cuino very much conHtlpnted.
"Thr-n I Hhlft.id tn Grnpe-Nuts food
nnd found thnt thls w.is Just whnt baby
needed. addlng lt to hls milk after softon
Ing In hot water. Ualiy 1i;ib ihrivnd up?
on thl's food, nnd |n now heiilthy nml
strong and ohubby as nny mother couiii
ask, whlch you know ls saylng a grent
! "lt dld not takp me long to flnd out
that a saucor of Grape-Nuts and cream
|s Just whnt 1b needed hy tho tlrod, ner
vous mother, nnd I havo nlso proved to
my own sallsfnctlon tlint whon tlio chll
oien nro old enough to ohew Grnpi-Niita lt
ls fnr better for thom thon nntmeal or nny
other mwsliy foortw, for It develops iholr
loelh and helps thelr dlgeetlon nnd their
minds seem much brightor nnd moro
"Truly. here Is n wonderful food nnd
one for ihe entlro family." Nnipe glven
py Postum Co., Batilo Creek, Mlcli.
There's h reason.
I.ook ln each package fnr a copy of
the famous llttlo book, "The Road to
mortd nbrntt October flrst. Tho Irnlrilng
sehool wlll begln lta thlrd yenr oetthcr
Mnny Vlrglnlnhs, who .are the friends of
Mr, nnd Mra, Jbahun Lovorlng, wlll ho
aorry tn henr of thelr dotentlon at tho
home of Mr. Leverlnfr's son-in-lnw, Dr. P.
B. Evnns, of Tokohnmn, Jnpan, on no
count of tho lllnosa of ono of threo
daughters who nre aecomnanylnp thelr
pnronts ln n toUr nround tho worlil.
lt sooms fortunato thnt, whllo Mlss
Lovorlng's comllt-lon ls such thnt sho
may not bo nblo tn trnvel for n mnn h,
sho" ln under tho ertro ofher brothcr-ln
law, n^modlonl misslonary to Japnn, ftlid
hns tho tncmbors of. hor family uround
. ?? *
Rev. John W. Cnldwell, Prosbytcrlan
pastor of Cnrrolltnn Church. Now Or
loans, Is, wlth hls wlfo, vlsiting her
mothor, Mrs. Trueman Pnrker, nt Bpii
Alr. Ho goos henco lo vlslt hls unclo,
Rov. Dr. B. P. Palmor, of Hnrrlsonhurg,
Mr. Wallor Hollndn.y'fi;horse, ??Kontucky
Cnrdlnal," wlll, It ls belleved, bo a wln
njng cnrd nt the Bhnw, ,... ..
Mlss Abblo M. Mnrrlott ls vlsiting hor
cousln, Rose Saundoro, of Norfolk, Va.
ARE FOR VIRGINIANS
Two scholnrshlps ln Oxford Unlverslty,
England, aro soon to bo awardedto Vlr?
glnlans and two to resldcnts. of; ench of
tho other Stn.tes. Tpese. schplarshlps are
known as tho Cool. Rhodea-isoholarshlps
from tho celebrnted Soutti African promp
ter who founded thom'-and.-aro worth just
$1,500 per yenr to tho wlnnors. Whllo
tho proclso condltlons of tho award are
not yot offlclally mado known, lt la un?
derstood thnt tho oompeUtlon for thom
wlll bo confinod to tltled graduates of tho
flrst cln-ss colleges and unlversltloB of thls
Stnte. Tho wlnnlng of a schqlarshlp nt
the famous old Kngllsh Unlverslty -would
bo a boon to a poo but asprlng soho ar
who deslros, to secure tho best posslble
educatlonal advn.ntagos. .
COMPANY TO BUILD
AN ELECTRIC LINE
The Corporatlon Commisslon has granted
a charter to the Nelson nnd Albemarlo
Rallway Company, which proposos to
bulld an elootrio rallway from the soap
etone quarries, ln Nolson, to tho South?
ern Rallway, ln Albemnrle, a distance
of slx. or aoven mlles. Tho capltal stock
la placed at $200,00$ and the corporators
aro J. W. Fostor, H, L. Lane, D. J.
Cnroll, F. V. Elsom, D, H. PIUs, J. G.
Hopklns and George W. Bostwlck. The
charter was granted by tho commisslon
nt Roanoke, andJ certi'fled to Secretary
Upshur at hendqitnnters ln thls clty.
The commissioners are stlll away on
thelr Inspeotlon of tho Norfolk and Wost
ern Rallway and other llnes ln tho South?
west. Consequontly no othor charters
The examinatlon for professlonnl cer
tlflcatos for Stato teachers wlll be hold
throughout tho Stnte to-day under the
?feguJnttons r-rescribed therefor by tho
Stato Bonrd of Education and Department
of Publlo Instructlon. An worago ot M
least 7B por cent. Is required ot persons
taklng tho oxamlnatlons. The "''W^
embroced in the examinatlon arp oivil
govornment, general hlstory. Engllsh ltt
iraturo. nlgobra physlcal goography. An
glo-Amerlcnn llteraturo, psychology and
pedagogy and school law.
Mr. Jennlngs Gettlng Well.
The mnny friends of Mr. R. D. Jen?
nlngs, who was operated upon at tho
Vlrglnla Hospltal for nppendlcitls two
weeks ago. .wlll be glad to know that he
hns so far rocoverod that he wlll be
move! to hls homo, No. 2201 East Marshall
Street, Friday evenlng. The operation
waa Performed by Drs. Hugh Taylor and
Geo. XV. Gay, Jr. _ ,
Has Typhoid Fever.
Mr. Horace Upshur, son of Mr. John
A. Upshur, secretary of tho Stato Corpor?
atlon Commisslon, Is 111 of typhold fovor
at tho vfcsidencc nn Beach Street. Dr.
George A. Taber Is the attendlng physl
clan and wlll probably remove the patlent
to tho Memorlal Hospltal for treatment
thero. ?? . '._
Mr. Cates Retlres.
Mr. Sldnev Cates, n well-known local
newspaper wrlter, who has been assocl?
nted wlth Mr. XV. H. .Mullen ln the con
duct of Tho Oplnlon slnce that paper
mado Its flrst appenrance, has rellnqulBlied
tbat positlon. Mr. Mullen wlll contlnue
tlie paper a.s a weekly ln the lntorest of
tho laborlng classes.
Whose Silver Pitcher?
Sergeant Hnll rocoverod an old sllvor
water pltchor yesterdi^, wmcn ls now at!
pollce hendquartoi's, where it mny bo
identifled by the ownor. It was reoovered
through a nogro pnrter, who" was glven
the pltchor some tlmn ago by nn un
known negro to keep for hlm.
BOYS AND GIRLS
The Hlgh-Minded Stork.
"Thero is just one thing, denr Stork,
I'd liko to know?
Won't you toll mo why you bulld
Your nest so hlgh?
Often on a smoky chlmnoy
Whero there's snow.
Is a nest a grent deal nlcor
Nonr tho sky?"
"AND WE FLEW UP HIQH."
"Why not bulld your 'riesta' liko song
In tho treos:
Or Hko meadow larka boneath
Tho shady grass.
Does your constltutlon liko a
Or, perhaps, you try to olevnto
"Woll, TU toll you," sald tho stork.
'?ItH Just thls way,
Ynurs ngo wo bullt much nearer,
To thn ground,
Bul the boys wlth sllngs and pop-guns
Cpme one day, . .
And wo flew up hlgh and never
Have come down."
"Now In Strassburg you wlll seo my
On n chlmney whero the boys can't
Bhoot or I'lhnb.'
There iny follis enjoy n needed
And you'll flnd us thero, my denr, most
All ihw lliuc," ?
Over One Mlllion Packages of
ARE SOLD WEEKLY
AT Ali GROCERS.
BE ELECTED BV
A POPULAR VOTE
Probable Candldates for the
Offlce of School Super?
The electlon of a Supcrlnlondcnt of
Publlo,Instructlon for the State wlll be
had for the flrst tlmo utuler tho now Con?
stltutlon two years hence, nnd for tho
fn-Bt tlmo thls oflicer Is to be choson by
popular vote. Of courso, tlio real contest
Is for tho Democratlc nomlnatlon, which
Is cqulvalent to electlon. Dr, 3. XV.
Southall, Who for years hns lllled thnt
posltlon. wlll bo nn asplrnnt for ro-olec
tlon. ,Soveral others have beon mentloned
aa posslble candldates. l'erhaps tho best
known of these are Mr. 13. C. Glass, of
Lynchburg, and Colonel Georgo XV. Mlles,
master of the St. Albans' School, at Rad?
ford. Colonel Mlles hns long beon proml?
nent ln the educntlonnl fleld and In pol?
ltlcs, and was recently conspleuously be?
fore the publlc In cnnnectlon wlth the
presldency ot tho Unlverslty of Vlrglnla.
Mr. Qlass is now, and hns been for twen
ty-odd years, "'Buperliiteiulent of tho pub?
llc schools of Lynchburg, which nro gen?
erally conceded to bo tho beivt In the
Stato, a rank to which he hns brought
them durlng hls servlce as superlntend?
ent. Mr. Glass Is also conductor and
foundor of the Vlrglnla Summer School of
Methods, nn instltutlon whlch has grown
from a few hundred to a thousand or
more students in the past fourtoen years.
It 1& not bellevod that Messrs. Glass and
Mlles wlll both be candldates for the
place, but that. It wlll bo decided beforo
the campalgn whlch wlll enter tho raco.
Colonel MUcs and Hon. Cnrter Olass, bro?
ther of Mr. E, C. Glass, are and hnve
long been wnrm personnl and polltleal
frlends, nnd would hnrelly antngonize
Dr. SouthnHwllI mnko hls campagln on
hls record of servlce as State superlntend?
ent, and wlll hnvo a strong following It
ho contlnuos to he a candldate.
Papers for Colyar,
Captaln Tomllnson hns sent rcqulsltlon
papers to, Washlngton for A. S. Colynr,
Jr., who Is wantedTiere for dcfrnudlng tho
Hotel Jefferson. Colyar Is now servlng
a short term ln the District Workhousc.
Tho oftlclals hero wlll bo notlfled when
they can get hlm.
Mr, Watkins Improves.
Mr. Charles IT. Watkins, who was
operated upon for n|)i?enillcltlH nt the
Vlrglnla Hospltal on Sa'urday, Is reported
improvlng stoadlly. TiTe "oporatlon was
Elevators May Run, .;?
The Clty Engineer wlll endeavor to
get tho elevators at work to-dny. Work
on the bollers Is nbout flnlshcd. Two
weeks wero consumed ln the work.
Our flrst car-loacl of
for fall trado wns nnloaded last
week. It's uotable con ten ts
consistsin part of a most b'eau
tiful line of LADIES' DESKS,
tho finest ever seen in this city;
several mngniricent LIBRARY
TABLES, odds in PARLOR
PIEOES, SEWING TABLES,
OHINA CASES, HIGH
GRADE EXTENSION TA?
BLES, MUSIC AND BRIC-A
BRAO CABINETS, a nico
line medinm priced BOOK
CASES, ODD BUREAUS, liud
PARLOR TABLES, HIGH
BOYS, &c, &o,
All summer wo havo boon solllng
tho host POROH ROOKER ln CQr
From now untll stook ls olosed wo
wlll sell thn .aino JXooKor AQr,
Only a fow loft,
DO NOT FORGET
wo nro uloslng out nll i44^ww_
RIAGJ3S, GOCARTS, iCK-UOXlys
RKPIUG1CRATORS, nnd kAM N
11EN011KS ut yti por oont. off regulur
Our fall stock of l,AOE O UUTAJNS
and WIMHiW SIIAPBS ?r0 *'wwl>'
By SIDNEY DREW, Copyrlght, 1009, by W. R. Hearst
Tha "Sllver Star" Put? to See....'.
A fortnlght later tho gallnnt. yacht
Sllver Star slonmod down tho Chnnnel
woHtwnrd houiid. Jack Marsdon at' the
wlieel. The dny wns hot and breeze
less, nnd scores of Whlto-sallod bonts
rockcd on tho swoll. Cllve and Hector
pnccd tho brldgo togethor, whllo Leck?
burn sunnod hlmself ln a eomfortnblo
Ho sllll felt doubtful as ;.to tho buc
coss of tho voyngo. Sclenco hnd mado
tho enrth such a tlny place thnt It
Booniod Imposslblo for nn tindlscovcnd
Islniui to exlst. Leckburn wns qulte In
dlfforonl. Ho hnd como for tho voyago,
nnd nothlng more. Hfcotor nlone waa
oiUhuslastlc and flrm ln hls convlctlon
thnt tho troasuro was thero, and tnat
they would flnd It. ,,_,,_?
For .ill that Cllvo and hls lordshlp hnd
opened tholr purses, In splto of Dano's
protest. A better oqulpped ynclit nover
stenmed out of hnrbor. Hor crow num
borod slxleen mon nnd ono nmnzlngly
fat boy, who rojolccd ln tho pretty nnmo
of Stn'rver. Ruby tho negro chrlstcncd
hlm Stnrver on tho spot, Tho llttlo doc?
tor hnd Jolned thom nt Southnmpton.
and ho wns the hnpplest, morrlcst llttlo
doctor In tho world.
In tho mornlng n dense wnll of mlst,
rolllng over tho billows from the south
wost, mot tho Sllver Stnr end-on. Hec?
tor, who hnd foollshly taken upon hlm
pclf to nnvlgnto hls own vossel, growlod
steeplly. Hoctor held a Board of Trado
cortlflcnte, and Jack Marsdon could
Btcer a course wlth nny man. Burnana,
tho flrst offlcer, wns a little bootlo
browod fellow, who soldom spoko except
to glvo an order. Hls manln wns tho
collectlon of medusae. sea-wceds and
Bhell-fish. and ho hnd gonernlly a net
tralllng nft nnd a mngnlfylng glass ln
his pdekot. _ '
Tho braylng of the nlren nnd the sud
den slowlng of tho yncht brought Cllvo
and the flrst offlcer on deck. They
flounderod through the wet, chlll mlst
to the brldge wbere Hoctor Btond blow
Ing hls humbed flngcrs nnd Jcrklng at
tho slren cord. ?'?_ ?
"How ls It golng to bo, old weather
wlse?" asked Cllve.
"Thlcker than soup," Bnld Hector.
"Whnt do you thlnk, Mr. Burnnnd?"
Dnno fnced round swlftly. As a rule
the flrst offlcer contentcd hlmself wlth
"Yes" or "No" when nnswerlng a ques?
tion. Thls tlmo the sllent man burst
Into nn itnexpected speech.
"Lot the fog rest slr," he Bald. "It
wlll romaln or llft ns nnture plcases. The
Llzard ls a good way behlnd ub, and I
notlce that our hcnd doesn't polnt to?
wards any North Amerlcnn port. I nm
your servant, slr, nnd I hope I am your
"You're that, Burnand, you mny de?
pend," snld Hector wonderlngly.
"ThnnK you, Mr. Dnno. As your
frlend. nnd doubly so your scrvnnt, I.nsk
what does thls voyage nienn, nnd whore
aro we golng?"
Hector was sllent. Clenrly on nn cx
pedltlon so frnught wlth mystcry. doubt,
and danger, he hnd no rlght to hlde any?
thing from the crew. Thoy wero pald
to navlgate hls yncht, but It wnn not fnlr
to tnke the men Into unknown waters
to face unknown' perlls. lle needed vol ?
unteers, nnd not pressed men. He swifl
ly mnde up hls mtnd.
"Marsdon," ho cnilod, "plpo all hands?
The whistle rang morrlly. and the
Bornw censed to rovolve. Black faces
nnd whlte fnces, natty serge unlforms
and conl-blackened shirts loomed through
tho fog. Leckburn, plpo In month;
scrambled up boside hls friends.
"Sllence. lads!" shouted Cllvo. "Ordor
Tho vesscl rocked on the swoll. Her
upper spars were lost ln the yollow
gloom, and tho, rlm of hor smoke-stack
was hr.rdly vlslble from tho deck.
"Boys," rang out Hcctor's clear voice,
"you have nll snlled wlth me before.
You hnve seen the Sllver Stnr trlmmed
for nn ordlnary voyage, nnd you know
how she ls trlmmed nnd fltted to-day.
You must guess that wo aro out for a
"Ay, ay, slr; wo know that."
"Wel, Inds," went on Hector, "llsten
to mo. I'm not a blt afrald that you'll
leave me short-handed, but I'll send all
of you back that wlsh to go when you've
heard what I have to say, Thls ls not
a pleasure trlp. We are after treasure."
There was dead sllence, and a great
blllow shouldered up and broke wlth a
denfenlng roar agalnst tho Sllver Stnr's
"Treasure," repeated Hector coolly,
"gold and jowels by the bushel. It lies
snmowhere ln the Antnrctlc clrcle, and
It is no chlld's play to flght tho lee.
Everyono wlll recelve trcblo pay from
the moment we slght the flrst Iceberg
golng south untll we slght the last ono
golng north on our return, Over nnd
above that. If wo win the troasuro, It wlll
be dlvlded fnlrly. Remember, the rlsks
nre terrible, but none of you nre mnr
rlod, If we succeed you wlll nll bo mado
for life. There's your chance to return
to port. Do you henr It?"
"Oiieh-noitch-oo-oo-oouch!" brayed a
siren through the fog.
"Come, lads. icomo," crled the baro?
net, "who's for port, nnd wTio'b for Perll
Island? Full pny, n full dlschargo, nnd
u oxtrn flver for all who wnjit to leavo
s. Step forwnrd, plenso, Count 'em,
nck, wlll you? I enn't see."
Mnrsden's deop, honest laugh camo up,
ollowed by thn nnswer:
"Thero nln't any, Slr Cllvoj not
"Whnt nbout tho Starvor?" asked
Hector, evoklng a ronr of laughtor,
"Ho's all right, snh; ho nll rlght, ho
nro," crowed tho volco of Ruby. "I
Rtandln' by wld a belnyln' pln, nnd If
do villnln open hls mouf, I knock do
iffln' outor hlm slnp. Ho, ho, ho, ho!"
'Then you menn to stlok to tho Sllvor
"Ay, ay, sir,"
"Hlp, hip, hlp!" ronrerl Leckburn, and
thron nf the best to fnllow."
"Hurrah, hurrah, hurrah!"
I Inokod upon the rottlng shlp
And drow my eyes away,
1 Innked upon tho rottlng deck
. And there tho denjl man lay.
T.ord Leckburn buttoned.up hls thlck
-orcoat, and brought hls long llmbs
Into strldo wlth tho shortor ones of
Cllvo and Hector.
"Meo," ho snld, wlth a noto of serlous
ness ln his volco, "thls Is whore we
ought to pnuso and thlnk."
"Don't tlre yourself, sonny," laughed
tho onplaln of t'he Sllvor Stnr.
"I won't. I'm the only married man
nboard Hoo. Here we aro, sovon hun
droil mlles south of tho Horn. Whnt
shnll we flnd? What good wlll lt bring
US? How long nre we golng to stay
horn? ]jow nre wo going to get back?"
Ilcclnr gronned aloud.
J'On'e at n tlmo, me lud, ono at a
tlme,, fnr tho love of plty, Look hero,
I'll unswor tho wholo Jot nt ono go nnd
l"t you both off your promlses. lf- you
want to go back, go back. Ned I have
Placed ln command. Do what you llke.
I leave you to It."
Ho turned on hls heel and wopt bo
"Poor old Hoo ls luiffy." Bald Cllve.
"'i Keoms good sense to 'bout shlp, but
wo II brcak hls heart If we do, Tho mon
are stuiincli, They aeem to want to soo
"l don't enro a rnp, Cllvo. J'm en
tough that l don't thlnk you could bowj
mo over If you trlerl, As long ns the
mon stlck. It I don't care, We'Ve mnde
our wllls, nnd we have dono Bomotltlng
for them. Justloo l? JtiBtlco, my boy,
A mnn owns hls own llfe If ho owns
nothlng eltte. I'll go on os long an you
llke, or as long as the men llke; hut the
moment ono of them protests, wo must
put our noso north ngaln, We have no
rlght to tako theso lads Into dnnger
ngalnst tholr wlll. They are not aol
"That scttlcs It," he nnswered. "At
Iho flrst protest we turn back, barrlng
tho Starvor, old chap,"
It wns a wiso and honornblo declslon.
Before them lay the unknown, and tho
unknown Is alwaya torrlblo. Cortalnly
fearless henHs?mon whoso nnmoH wlll
nover dlo even whon ovory lnoh of tho
onrth hns beon explorod?hnd salled
ulong tho rim of tho oternnl southern lee
and vlewed tho flres of Ercbus and Ter
ror, Fearless hearts hnd strugglod to
penetrnte tho adamantlno' crystnl bar
rler, flghtlng wlth cold nnd sctirvy and
donth, bul the ovorlnstlng Ico Klng wns
stlll the lord and conquoror.
"I was thinklng of what you told me
the other day, Ncddy," said Clivo.
"Whnt wns that, my son? I sny lots
"About Grnydon Garth. How wlll ho
flnd you If ho wnnts you?"
"My son," said Lockburn, "I am not
fool enough to thlnk thnt Clrnydon Garth
wlll evor wnnt mo except that he Is fond
of me. No man Is Indlspcnsoblo to
Graydon Garth. Hls frlcndshlp ls the
Jewei I value hlghest ln thls world ex?
cept my wlfe and chlld. Were I to tell
Graydon Onrth that I placed hlm before
wlfo and chlld he would throw mo away
llke a worn-out glove. He is the great
est, noblest, most powerful mnn ever
born, but he In a mnn, though sometlmes
I have thought hlm more thnn humnn.
Perhnps ns the world grows older, when
splenco hns ylelded up her Becrets, when
braln hns conquered the hldden things
of nattiro, thousands of yenrs hence,
other men may erpinl hlm. He has In
hlm nll that thousandfl of yenrs of pro
grcss can teach. Graydon Gnrth, who
llves In thn twentleth conttiry. is such
a man ns the flftleth ccntury wlll pro
duce.. Flnd me!" Lockburn laughec\
thunderously. "My boy, were I In Mars
he would flnd me If he nnoded me.
."I thlnk thnt Is why I am nevor afrnld.
I owe hlm my Ilfo a score tlmes over.
My llps are senlcd, or f could tell you
storles thnt only your friendshlp for mo
would mnkc you crcdlt. Other people
would laugh. They would not cnll mo
a liar, for I nm rather too blg for tho
ordlnary person to Insult. They would
have thelr oplnlon nll tho same. But I
have not broken any pledge to my lord
Gnrth by maklng , thls extrnordlnary
vcrynge. If he needs mo. ns I told you,
he wlll flnd- me." '
;. Cllve wns .nllRnt,. Then he said:
"Ihave.a^llttln trump card up my
sloeve, Neddy. but I enn't tell you tho
color or tho value Just yet. By Jove,
Isn't that splendld?"
A tim ot silver llght flnshed upwnrds
In tho sotithem sky. It filled tho groy
heavens, flnshed from silver to yellow,
to plnk, to crlmsOn. to dnzzllng gold. nnd
then dled . out. . Above them blazed the
Southern Cross, and the chlll brenth of
the ctcrnnl lee wns wnfted Into thelr
fnejes ncross the mysterlous sllence of
the darkonlng sea.
It was, a tlme and place to make men
thlnk. Leckburn thrnw nwny hls cTgnr.
They were nearlng the Ick gates of the
great unknown.'-' A week would. If all
went well;' brlng them to the crystnl
portnls whero nature crlcs to puny man:
"Stnnd back! Fly, If you would IIve. for
If you advanco I must play you! Thls Is
the lone land of Ico overlastlng, moro
bltter, more nwful thnn the Icy reglons
at the othor end,of the earth. Beware
In tlme, for here no m.in cnn llve!"
The watch had been doubled. for sev?
ral Icebergs hnd been slghted. The
chnrt showed tho South Sbethinds to bc
near. Over nnd over agaln they had dls?
cussed Juan Gasknra's dlroctions. The
latltude and longltudo of the old plmte
were.utterly lmposslble. What humin
bclngs bad over- found such a spot ns
the Intcrsectlon .of these two Irnaglnary
lines would depote?
Thero was a passage "clear ln Mny,"
Clear of what? The answer could only
be Ico. The "Flame Mountnln'' mlght
he Erebus, Terror, or perhnps some un
dlscovered volcnno of the Antarctlc re?
glons. The nlght seals' thundcr wns
deflnlte enough, but what of the blood
wnter, nnd tho current that smoked?
Thelr only hope was to push south and
trust to tlme and luck to solve tho myu
tery. Black Juan's dlrections were loo
hnzy, vngue and Indeflnlte to stccr any?
thing except a bllnd man's course by.
Tlme was not allowed to hnng hcavily.
I.eckburn nnd Hector woro too wiso for
thnt, They organlzed games nnd th'ea
trlcals. Thoro was a plnno ln tht
fo'c'slo ns well as nft. Ruby hnd got a
band togother, nnd tho dln they mnde
when they practlsed wns nlmost enough
to make tho englnes go out on strlke.
Tho Starvor presldcd over tho blg driun,
whlle Mumps, a I.nscar, regularly blow
hlmself Into a persplrntlon wlth a trom
bone. Every man had the full nm nf
the llbrary, and thoy wore supplled with
a whole compendlum of games.
On the eloventh tho flrst great snow
storm broko over tho Silver Star, nnd
she encountcred mountalnouB so.ir. The
cold was terrlblo. Furfl were served out,
and tho olectrlc stoves were kept bur.i
lng throughout tho Bhlp, So tremendous
was the fall that It was dlfilcult to koep
tho deck clear.. For flve days the whlto
flakes pottrcd down from a lenden sky,
Then It cloared, nnd the heavens blazed
wlth constellntlons, whllst tho Southern
Aurora danced nnd flnshed nnd glittered
In sheets of colored llght.
They met at dlnner, On dcok tho
thermomoter reglstered twonty-threa d>
grees of frost, Thoro was not a rlpplo
on the wnter, and. tho bltlng alr was
stlll and clear. Ruby was vearlng no
loss than seven walstcoata, and tlu
Starvor looked llko a human balloon
perchod on two short, fat legH.
"I'm not a blg traveler llke Ned and
you, Hoc," said Slr Cllvo, ,.b ho strug
gled wlth a pat of butter snrnewhat less
hard than a bullet, "but how Is lt wo
have mot so few bergB? I thought theto
seas swnrmed wlth them."
"Bo they do, as a rulo, eonny. A lack
of joeborga means a cold summer."
"There may be another reason," s.iid
hls lordshlp. "The water seems utterly
dead. When we wero lylng to yesterday
to olear the furnaces I notload that tho
cindera dld not budgo a peg whon they
were afloat. Wo are apparepty out cf
the track of currents, in a kind of wntery
'?'More wlsdom," grlnned Cllve. "Vou
are great men both. What If thoro
aren't any bergB to get afloat?"
"Oh, shut up," said Cltve. "What
does anybody know about tho irle?
Don't talk so much, It's freezlng llko
Old Horry. Watch me nnd cover your
cars up ln case of frpst-blto. Ruby, a
plece of atrlng." '
"Yaas, Massa Sah Cllve, sah!"
Cllvo tled tho strlng to bls servlette.
There were crlos of protest as he open?
ed tho por.hole. The cold air that rushed
ln hurt thelr throats and nostrlls. Cllvo
let the seryiette danglo out, and llfted
v "Feel that, Ned; feol |t, Heo, qulckly."
"ByJove," crted Leckburn, "It's ul
mosl warm." ??
a;To be Contlnued To-morrow.)
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