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COPYRIGHT 1911 a*y BOD
C7TA*-*?T1CR 1 (?.orfa P?***c***aJ Al_
Jon j*. Tlra praaMant of tha Matropoll
Or1?*rital Rua company of Na**-* Torte ar
I at Cairo on a bualnaaa trip.
AFTER II?H*rara Rt anna an-trae
a a hotat tn Cairo with a carefully
CIT AITKR ITT Ryann* mmTim Jonas tbe
? holy Thlordaa rue which ha ad
me- f.avlng atolen from a pasha st Baa*
-'HM'TER IV-aJ-on-fS maaats Maror C*tl
la 1 and latar la lntr*odu<*a>d to Fortuna
- bjr a woman to whom ha had
'oa- - \ at Monta Carlo iomt
mon- and who turna out te
ba? Fortuna/i rp.-t*aar.
CTTAPTFTl V Jonaa takt-a V-a
?* and Fortuna to a polo fam?. Foe**
as tba r
I*OW-*d hy h-?- a
?? tra to ba <n(af?* a
? **-n to the daual tar
tn t -
aaon-.panv. a co... am ' .
?arin arranga any kind of aa advantura
?xrTrn . har
allahan. Wallace ar-..*
plan a -
?a? aha w'll
- 'a!d to r
Jr.- . -. tglllnf fr.
~R VTTT Rraa-SO BtOati| Jon?af
? ?m *?*?? ?a-*'.i
? *? ? ?*?' nar*3*> t> 1'
ba tn N."
?or* kaapa*r of th.
holy carr**t. ta on P.yanna'a trail.
Tha Bitter Fruit.
Fortune had a h?**arty contempt fo
persons who ate their breakfast 1:
bed. For har the glory of the dsy ws
fresh fairness of tbe mornln*
when every one's step was buoyam
and all life stirred-energetically. Ther
was cheer and hope everywhere; me
faced their labors with clear eye sn
fe*rad nothing; women sang at thal
work. It was only at the close of ds
thst deapalr and defeat stslked th
highways. Bo she was up with th
sun, whether In her own garden or 1
these odd and mystical cities. Thv
abo ssw the native as he wss, not i
hm later In the day pretended to b
the benefit of the FerinRbl aboi
to be stretched upon tho sacrifici
atone. She saw, with gladness, ti
ey-bee thirling tho rose, the plo^
man's share bering the soil; tbe nor
lng. tbe morning, the two or tbr*
boura that were all. all her own. H
mother was always Irritable and pet
lant tn the morning, and her unc
never developed the gift of speech t
Shs had the same love of prowlli
tbat lured Ryanne from the beat<
paths. She was not Inquisitive b
curious, and that ready disarm!:
amlle of hers opened many a portal.
She was balancing upon ber glov
palm, thoughtfully, a Soudanese he*
trinket, a pendant of twisted go
*wlr<'6. flawed emeralds and aeco
pearls, rv ally exquisite and not g<
erally to be found outside the exp.
elvo shopa In the European quarte
and there Infrequently. The merchc
wanted twenty pounds for it- Form
?hook her head, regretfully. It ?
far beyond her meena She sigh
Only once In a great while she s
?omethlng for which her whole he:
cried out. This pendant was one
"I will give you five pounda for
That is all I have with me."
"Salaam, madame," aald tbe Jewe]
reaching for the pendant.
"If you will Fend lt to the Hotel
ml ram ls this afternoon . . .*' 1
?he faltered at the sight of tho rx
chant's Incredulous smilax
"111 give you ten for lt; not a p
tr* more. I can get one like lt In
Charla Kamel for that amount."
Both Fortune and the mercb
"Yea, my child. And what are
doing here alone, without a dr?
"Oh, I have been tbrough here al
many times. I'm not afraid. Ian"
beautiful? He wanta twenty pou
"for lt, and I cannot afford that."
She had not seen him In rn
?weeks, yet she accepted hie Budden
?"Maranoo without question or surpi
She was used to his turning up at
?x pee ted momenta. Of course,
bsd known that he was In Ca
?whero ber mother and uncle were
?ecretlvo man was generally wi
calling. There had been a time ft
?he had eagerly piled bim with q
tiona, but he bsd al way a erected
rlera of evasion, and finally abe ce)
ber Importunities, for abo conch
ghat her questions were such. No
tor to whom she turned, there wa
one to answer her questions, quest
born of doubt and fear.
"Ton pounds," repeated Ryann.
(band In bia pocket.
Itv* marchant laughed. H*M*o '
roane man and bia aw*eetbaart
JtaaVl UUartt JU**, Mal
TS AND nASKS
THE BOX etc. ?
S.O.KirrX^rEPt^ rn rn rn
*3*t5 - 7*A***.RRILL C**0**APA/H*Y* ?
"Ten Pounde.** Repeeted Rysnne. a
Hand In His Pocket.
lin sharply- "Twenty." he re
<laam"'* said Ryann*?*
day!" He drew the I *t resist
hand of hie arm
Tho merchant waa dazed. He had
misjudged what I recognised aa
buted The two u. r<- turning
up another street when h?* ran out,
shouting to them and waving the
pendant. Ryaune laughed.
"Ten pounds. I am a poor roan, ef
ll. and 1 need the mousy. Ter
pom.da, I am glv'.'ig lt away." Th<
merchant'* eyos ailed with tear*, i
trick left to him from out of tho ruin
of his youth, that ready sa rv lc* t
Hyaline counted out ten sovereign
and put the pendant In Fortune'
baud. And the ple***ure In his heal
waa such as hs hud not known 1
many days. chant wisely hu:
? his shop.
"Hut . . .** she began protea
"Tut. tut! I hara known you alnc
you wore short dresses and tam-*
ally cannot accept it aa a gil
me borrow the ten pound
"And why can't you accept a Utt
gift from m?
had no ready ans we r
ut the dull pearls at
flaky emeralds. lld not si
he had got those
el*. could not possibly be i
?? could not dissemble
wt : That gold si
kr <aa part of a dishonest bu
nd aral" whose forestep had been a th<
,n. ?more, a aacr ? ? : ler honesty w
tn. like pure gold, ed, unmix
rt with sophistic su' a That t
int y?ul K man who had purchased the r
na n mildly peccable had not j
occurred to her.
"Why not. Fortuna?** Ryanne sa
aw very earnest, and there was a pinch
art h*e heart.
"Because . . .**
at you Ilka me Just a little?M
lay, I do Uko you, Horace*. Hu
do not like any man well enough
ao^ept expensive gifts from him.
do not wish to hurt you, but lt ls I
Se- possible. Ths only concession
QUt make ls to borrow the money.**
w. eil, then, let it go at that"
was too wise to press her.
laB? | "And can you afford to throw aa
tba, ten pounds?" with assumed Ugh tne
sty one permanent Impression of j
ls tha young man who was alwi
forced to borrow ca rf ara whenever
returned from Monte Carlo."
"A fool and hla money. But I'd
*go- *"*rQ tntxx now." he volunteered, J
briefly he sketched the exploit ef
ona Yhlordes rug.
'"It was very brave of you. But I
it ever occurred to you that lt wai
"Honest?- frankly astonished t
ap. she should question the ethica. "O
rise. *av' Fortune; you don't call lt dist
UQ. sst to get the best of a pagan! An
sho they always getting tbe best of us'
Ito; If y?u kad bargained with him
this he.iten him down, lt would nave b
thin different. But, Horace, you stole
hen you *drnlt tnat you did."
ues- "* too*t mr llf*9 ln my banda
bar- think that svened up things."
ased '- And rou sold lt to Mr. Jon*
ided * 8* aud Mr- ?r?n*8a waa only
mat* K>ad to buy tn I told him ths fa
He wasn't particularly eager to b
up tha ethics of tba casa Why. cl
what tbe deuce ia a Turk? I ahoul
cry out if tome ona stole my Bible
"Good gracious! do you carry oi
"Well, tbsra'e always one on
rootu-etand in tba hotels I patrorJ
**1 suppose lt all depends tipoa
we leak at thjaaa."
i- rJaalat-v aV^sttal la-j*-*.* j
raetaa" I f eyed.***
If only h*? weren't In love wltb bar!
UBO*a**ti' tha* slr) He would then bo
an amusing **ot*afavde. But whenevar
bo met b*r he quietly pre jsed bis suit.
He had never spok* n openly of lore,
for which aha was grateful, but his at
tenttons. bia little kindness*-*, bia ns
when those other
Bea were at tbe villa, made the road
the linea no difficult mat?
**Wba.* shall yon d<-> if thia Mahomed
you speak of core*
"Turn him loose upon our friend
Jones." wi'h a laugh.
"And what will h**? do tn him*"
-ry him I I ;.ij-dsd and cbop
Off his h- rina jested.
**Tell rr.*, la therta any possibility of
coming to har*
?it say " Her concern for *fpOT-*oi- .
?al annoyed him,
i*. it fair, when bo paid yon go****- .
v*.. ,j',' :,r,. v-^k Into the grave e*
They were the only pair that ever dls
\f y dear Fortune, lt's
afton which ls * vsluabla
to me, my skin or Percival^.**
"From my point of view lt's fair
enough. I warned him; I told him the
He a m all with tbe Tl
fair In tho deal.
.if* In tbe first
And -ahy must yon do thea? dra?
<~*-nent. My ono idea,
In life ls to avoid tbe humdru
"Is lt n<
tbeae tontsT Ia your :.'
^u than eomethtng to px
Tl I don't know.
Innes I dr n't care.
n one has gambled for big stake*,
"A thy man like you
to court deatb."
? !o not r>. '>nly teir.
is to see how near I can g*
id. as some
ng touched. lil
ls like th * r of we-*
? ? and * -*. to men of
spiri' ber. and the
trip to Bagdad ls
rewards are all yours. All one has tc
do ls to pay a lump sum down for thc
adventure tb You w<.rk ou
> nd yourself, unhindered and un
"A - mV
ore so. Now. Percival A]
a has always been wanting ai
adventure, but the practical aldo o
bim has f. I tol
him abo. Uad he ra
to believe In lt. So I am going to ur
aim. This 1
You aili aay nothing,
will come to no barm physics
?"Lord, no! It will be mild and li
nocuous. Of course. If any one tol
him that an adventure was towar
for his especial l*a*ti?etit, lt would spo
all. I can rely upon your silenceT"
She waa silent. He witnessed h.
Indecision with distrust. Perhaps t
had said too mu
ttl you pre: 'aren't I i
ways been kind tc ?
you most needed klndne
"I promise to say nothing. But
any harm comes to that you
either in J*8t or tn earnest, I ?
nevsr speak to fi
"I see tha' .letting Perety
Algernon Into an adt?
***rone him safely out of lt. We
Corns to No Harm
I accept the reaponalbllity.** Sc
daya later bo waa going to recall I
"Sometimes I wonder . . ." 1
udor about whatF*
"What manner of maa yon ara'
*T ahould have beea a great <
? r man had I met you ten y?
**\Vhat? When I waa elevenV \
a levity Intended to steer bim a
from thia channel.
"You know what I mean.** bo
awered, moody and dejected.
She opened her purse and droi
tbe pendant Into lt, but did not sp
"Ten years ago," abstract <
"What a lot of things may happe
ten yea ra! Deaths, births, marriai
ba went on; "tho snuffing out of I
doma and republic*; war*, *>aj
famine; honor to some aad dish
to other*. It kind of maxmm a fa
grind bi* teeth, inti* glrlj lt bin
?iai*HU*UA?t Mm tam taft ta*
?"Why should a strong, intel. ,
sase, each aa yoe are, think Ilka -
Toa sre rason reef ul and unaf
Why should you talk Uko teat? Yo*
ara young, too
a-*>d full Into bar
a ;?h to know?**
with a wisdom be*
?faed ber yeera.
. yow bad better aot. Fsa aot a
good man "terions aro.
I've Blipped IV
bird and drurk a: 1 ?;wandered my
h 1 wss ??
model a boy ss ever wae Perelvsl.
Where tha dlverl
csn*t ssy. There'a slwsys two forks
in ths road. r* ? nnd many of us
tsko the wrong one. He easier going.
Fine ? Basse persons would
call me a scoundrel, a I
soma ways. yes. lays to
coma Ia ? ta?*uriber
?* upon my
ed a man st can!
Th** .' rtvea tao
these il lt may
years ago. son..
, ah, I
1 away; <
-.? go bsck?
to s*?e whst can
r see you smtla
l it was sad
der than her taara would hav? beera,
,:r they walked thr
? t. Uh a
ed hirrsalf as her snd I *
er did tbs unsc*
.? fear, that preaage of miafor
B her heart. And st .set,
bade her good by UH dinner, a half
formed Idea began to grow In ber
Jones without be*
gt wss st tbe oth?
er sj tba baaaars; so bo etrod*
sa, rudely el
his way. Aa
al curss waa flung al
but hU his hrs.*
thing more active. * hui
a deal of fa ihe efficacy o
so ths Jostled ones :<
he unbelieving dog t
??rernsss the mother sn
scsllawag of an uncle had shuwn t
he child la Ignorance a
the*. That she saw darkly, a
a fog. he was perfectly sun
'he storm would bun
n her innocent head, and
alone) k-.ew a-hat won .;e c
her. Oh. damn the selfish, sordi
world! I ant a great
ing rolled 0
hess evil webs, to begin ane
Bomewt ? i if that somewhet
re but a wilderness. a g in
This moment flashed and was gon
hagrtn and I
ritatlon the folly of hie ultimatum
the preceding night He had had n
the slightest aembiancs of a plan
hla h* i -d down, ba aaw h
savage and senseless humor ai
desire to stir up discord. Giocom
was runt. Fortune waa above the
all. In feeling. In lns'lnct. in loyalt
What right had he. roisterer by nig
that he was, predaceous outlaw, wh
right had he to look upon Fortuna
? his own? Harm her! He would ha
lopped off his right hand first.
!. he had but little tims, a
I raea called for prom
The young fool was smltt
i with For'une. Any ono could sea th
)ttr Aa he shouldered his pathway
. :riage, his eyes seeing but not *r
ualizlng objects, three brown m
gilded In between him and tha c
,ari . -ntinued next w*-*-kl_
a-lth Preserving Their Morals,
way Wben'the fu*e hiew out for the fl'
time In Ave minutes the worn.*.
aa- with her four small children, occupi
the seat nearest ths motorman, cia
tped ored for assistanoa In removing 1
eak. brood to a seat la the rear of the c
>dly. **Tou needn't go to all that trout
q la madam." aaid an old gentleman re
;ea," auringly. "There ls no danger *!
[ing* ara juat aa safe hare aa In any ot]
lice, part of the car."
anor "Oh. I'm not afraid.** eba said.
Uaw want to gat tha ohUdrsu away so
d ef plaee where **aer aaa t bear tea i
M '** *- A
? n ****u**a*at bopa.
4 no aa
treen apple sauce la prc: ?
ar* large esc ucla
to cook. Tb?* -
.apeeled, end sweet*
efore taklne off. Many
?a sauce through a stove,
Mi tbe Daebe**
* is about ha a tb*y begin
to be g<
tie gan otoo*
ly with sugsr snd add a shake of salt
pancake turner to keep them ta shape.
f **d App'aa and Onion ts tt
rios* wbo en
Joy or ? a o the apple* sa
m a '??*. a a tblrd
as many aa ? - Just oas for
a hot fat,
'he api g the c
*-*eason vt *;plea are
as sn extra vet*
I* aa, *xoopt
ne axc*ls lt
a la me-!** la *? pt* as
a spoor r??am on
I aa ext
snd a cup of powdered sugsr. Beat
This makes a pretty des
*aer**ed ** a custard poured
The ways of serving spple tn dlabea
ls le? \s aabad a ob'.uar.ajs of
a snd salad
dre*- -?es a dish most walcoms
Appia sauce rake ls one In which s
cup of sift.'d apple sauce takes ths
egg*. A most eaUsfactor*
-ake to keep.
WHAT TO HAVE FOR LUNCHEO
A* variety is the spice of life. *
thing new, or unusual In t
Thara ls no axcus* 1
in the summer monti
wht-n . a such good taumga frc
farm and jj ar* lt** u.
Choese Omalet.?Soak a cup
bread * In two cupfuls of mil
add a pinch of soda, half a teaspooaJ
of salt a pinch of cayenne and a t<
of melted b eat V
eggs, add to the bread and milk a
a small grated eba*
Bake In a hot oven until light bros
When one has a few piece* of I*
over st?*a.*. - a . piece* a
add to a good siled onion which \
been fried In bet fat. Dredge tbe ?
lon with flour before fry lag A N
cup of tomatoes snd suffl'ient wa
to keep from burning. Season w
paprika and cook slowly two houri
A pretty ?ay of serving egg*
toast ls to cut half inch slice*
bread with a larg- er. vV
s smaller cutter stamp out a di
half way through th. hen I
low out the ptaoe and brown
bread In butter. ia egg In
*?? and place In the oven to ba
Season and garnish with parsley.
ian Rod Eggs.?Prepare ta
u squsres or circle*. Cook a !
egg* tn tb* shell until hard; tb* ni
a the number
-.errs. Make a cup of rich whit* aa
bv cooking together two tablesp*
ach of butter and flour, ada!
the flour when tbe butter ls bubb
Then add a cup of milk cr i
cream, a half teaspoonful of salt
a ffw dasha* of paprika Cbop
white* of tb* egga, add them to
aauce. Butter tb* toast aad I
over the whit* sane*. Put tb*
yolks through a ricer and april
over tba whit* aauce.
HANDY MILK BOTTLE CARRIER
Wire Clips laataavtty t
?ettie ae>*S Ca* Se Pt
Ai meet tnetssstfy
A sottle-earrter sortlewJatrty
ed for milk bott lae but sesfal
ere ?? pe saootbs or for Jaara.
b*v*n patented by s Mary laved
Two pieces af wira ara beat tato
square form at oas
tr- a- ' a
aeeted IU equate
engage th g| tba bottle
races Taandlas ara spread sport tao
etrole formed by tba two clips te at
i dost earea aafsrseos aaad ofD ?>
- iay to
ter the elrela fa
the bottle. tas*>
By setting tao
tn an tnstan .maa will
INTEREST IN DAIRY FEEDING
Expert re ea*
Station Oiacuaees Matter In
Moet Therougn Manner.
To those of our readers waa moke a
ry feeding, bealle
tin 1 ? <nla expert
. ba very lntereatlna.
i a 1 an*l
a rough way tha
vu aa good:
* - lch ths
k are gi rea
toed tn tha
ir. 1. we bo
1 tbs an?
ent sta *
Pease yt vania
LATCH FOR A SWINGING GATE1
Maaaatratien Witta Ot*
rectione for Making Con .antset
Little Farm Device.
A good ia* *\rm gates may
be made as ahown in ths accosngaoy*
.?etch The elide A ts eu ag sod
ed by tba bangers BB. walesa ara
placed on each sids of tba gato Tbs
back end of tbe latch works between
tbs guides C and the front aad bo,
tween the end pieces of ths gato Tbs
alida sngsgss with a slot ta tba gats
poet wbsn ths gats ls shut.
Ths hangers BB ara ms fie ta any
convenient length. Tbs bolos are
one- four*, h tncb tn d's met er sad Ors
bolts ara ased as fasteners,
boles for tba aaaarera avhould
drilled ose-th ie width of
Latch from Its top to make tba larges:
Letch for Swinging Gate.
sort of the wel-M fall below
fastenlnge of the supports,
Kider tn Popular Tali
The slide being tn a
jo, it works better beti
gu idea When the alida te ta
gatepost slot, the hangers ah Bali be
at tba angle shown, so taos tba
weight of tha slide balpe to bold lt ta
Tbs Parra Separator.
Tao farm separator ts too feed
etermotbar for tbe calf to fat