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t I paqc EIOHT. T1IK KA8TKUN UTAH AinUC-TK, TIUIWIlAV, OCT. , IMS. B
1 1 I FARWELL'S I
Hf y - She Knew (low to Turn
Hffi (he Tables
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3 By Clarissn Mackie :
H The wind was blowing through the
H poenn grove, and nil tlio leave rustled
Hj softly Hvo I'nrwcll looked up Into the
H' maze of limnetic whero ttie green
H nuts hung thickly
B In n trlro she lind swung herself to
H n lower brniu h and with boyish agility
H renehed tlio trunk of tbo largest trco
H and climbed Into the shelter of It
H thick greenery Here two largo branch
H es rubbed together and formed n capl
B( i tal neat If one loved the whispering
B' solitude of the trrotop
B Kro Kcttlcd herself for n long nfler
Bl noon of enjoyment Iter book lay un-
B opened on her knee n sho gazed at a
L picture of which iho never tired.
K I Alt at onco thcro enmo n shrill writ-
H Ho that denoted tho prosonco of Andy
H; Morgan, her father' foreman. Mo wn
B not far away. Ho wai riding through
Bj tho nlstps of trco trunk below, and ho
ptjjjjl miv UUl HIU1IU.
B Eve bent over and gnzed down nt tho
B straight, well knit figure riding tho
B, black horse lie wn gating directly
H nhend, nnd tho brim of hi hat shaded
B his chin, where Kro knew a dimple
Bt lurked. A tender smtlo played about
BBr ICvo's lips, and the Tcry Intensity of
BH her case must bare nttracted hi
BH'' gtsneo to her had be not been absorbed
BBi Id conversation with another man
BT whom Eve did not recognize, altliough
BB. J. be was riding one of bcr father's
Bv ' horses. Sho saw pair of brown, woll
BB shaped hand grasping tho brldlo retns
BV and tho crown of hi big hat, and she
BB noted that ho sat well In tho saddle.
BBw, i They stopped beneath the big pecan
BB J trco where sho was hidden, and Mor
BBm I gan slipped from his animal and tight-
BBw ened a girth. Then be leaned lazily
BBa against the tree trunk and rolled a
m ,' clgaretto.
BBw "You'll llko II hero all right, Webb,"
BBw J bo was saying "The old roan's fair
BB i and square enough.'
BBV 1 "I think 1 shall like It first rate."
BBw ) aald the other man hoartlly, and Ere
B i liked his rolro nt once. It was deep
BBV 4 and pleasant Tarwell'a cot n pretty
H I altoble ranch here."
B , "Vcj It'll tako u n couple of days to
B. 'I rldo orcr It," returned Andy, and then
B I In n tone which i:ro bad never heard
B I from his tips he added, "It will bo an
Bf easy matter If you want to get Into
B partnership with the old mnn."
BBwBwft W "How's thatr asked Webb. "Is he
BuffJ anxious to solir
Bn "Kotoxactly. Hut ha'a mado It pret
B 7 ty Plain that whoever marries hi
B I daughter cnu have a thoutand acres
HbV and welcome. Wants to keep her near
K.'-'V home-not that thero'a any danger of
Bl losing her In that wayl" Andy
BBr laughed scornfully
BBBu "I didn't know that ho had a daugtv
Bwh' tor," said Webb rnther coldly.
BBBh "Oh, yes; a regular freak thin and
BBBh scrawny, with r-d hnlr and freckles!
Bwjl That's what we call her around hero
BBwK 'Harwell's froak. She's Inclined to be
BBBv' soft In my direction."
BBB, "Oh, hang It nil, Morgan, a girl can't
BBB help her appearance, you know," ob
BBB jeeted Webb In n displeased tono "I
BBwJ ! may as well be plain wltb you ns long
BBw! t as I am to be here and wo nre lo bo
BBB if conitantly nssoctnted. I don't stanil for
BBwj. I any of this cnrelom talk nbout worn
BBwJ en. I tmo a mother and sister back
BBB j home, and they meau a good deal to
BBwB ' i me, nnd ttovniue nf them all women are
BBwB entitled to my protection I'm uot n
BBK I milk and water chap, but every man
BBwB', J has bis own Idem about thing, and I
H. ; might as well tell you that that's tho
Hj chip ou my shoulder, nnd I hopo no
BBBl body around hero knocks It onT' He
BBwB, spoko firmly and pleasantly,
Vl' Audy Morgan laughed agsln-not a
BBB, nice laugh to hear "Oh. very woll,
BBwJ ' i Webb," ho said carelessly "I'll warn
B( tbo boys to conflno their talk to the
BBBul j weather and tbo latest styles In dude
BBBT ' collars from the east "
Hl "They are certainly safe topics," re
BBB ' torted Webb calmly as bo followed his
BBwBi companion through tbo grovo and out
BBV . j Into tbo open plain.
i Uvo l-'nrwell leaned against the tree
trunk and closed her eje Her faco
HHHHHIKi ' was while and strained and cortatnly
B did look very plain Just now She
BBBf could hardly bcllovo that It had been
BBV Andy Morgan who had spokon so enro
B lessly about her Why, Andy bud made
BwHj l9re to her, and she Uvo's whlto faco
BBBJ! siiddenly wtut scnrlot aud wn bidden
BBV i In her thin little hands 8ho loved
B( handsome Andy Morgan with n girl'
B Orst love, and she bad betrayed bor
Bj liking, and ho, tho coward, was mak-
Bj Ing a Jest of It to this newcomerl What
B, had Andy not said to the other men on
B tbe ranch?
K , What sensitive Cve Farwell suffered
B up thcro In tbo pecan tree to which
B I she had one so happily nobody might
B.. know, but when she Anally descended
B' ' a pink spot burned In either cheek, and
BBBlJ i her red balr was tossed Into a becom-
P t Ing Duff around ber ears. With her
B red brown eyes and scarlet lips even
BBwB ' Andy Morgan could not bavo called
B ber u "freak." although sho was thin.
H i IMeadlug a headache, K.e fled to her
H I room. Her Aunt Janet, who kept
BBBw 1 houso for tho widowed ranchman and
BBV tiia daughter, came and brought her
BBBw , niece a cup of strong tea and bit of
H ' nowa from below stairs.
B "Your father had Andy aud the new
B i man, Mr. Webb, In to supper tonight,"
H chatted Annt Jnnot "1 llko Mr. Webb
so much Ho U very bandsouo and
every Inch a gcnllemsn Vour father
wn disappointed Hint you nre sick.
Ho wanted you to tome down and play
accompiinlmcniR fur him "
Kvc made no answer She lay there
staring Into the darktics. scarcely
bearing Iho music that stole up to ber
chamber Her thought r-ere busy j
"Aunt Jonct." she said v-ddenly,
"you'd llko to have me gi -at for a
long visit, wouldn't you"
"Yes Sarah says It Isn't fair that
her only niece should be burled alive
hero In Texas when she can give her
a lovely winter IsN'ow Vork. Vour
Aunt Sarah tins money. Eve, but sho
needs some ono lo help her spend It.
It would do you n world of good "
"If father contents I'd llko to go at
once," went on Uvo. "If I do go you
will take n vacation when I return
won't you, Aunt Janet?"
Mis Tnrwoll leaned over and kisser"
her nleco "Certainly, dear I'd like a j
chnngo myself. You go and bavo your i
fling, and then when you return I'll go
nnd have tny fllngl" she laughed com
It was settled that woy. Neither
Aimer Knrwcll nor his sister under
stood Kvc's feveriih dcslro to gel away ,
from the ranch, but they helped her
all they could Thcro wcro an exchange j
of telegram with Aunt Sarah In New ,
York and n fow hurried preparations,
by tho two women at tho ranch. Then
early one morning Abncr Karwcll,
bitched tho grays to tho buckboard.
and, wltb I.vo's trunk strapped on bo-
hind, ho took her to the nearest rnll ,
vm-1 sitnllnti '
Her sudden departure was n surprise j
to the men un tho ranch. Monv of
them she had known since childhood,
and they had n warm place In her
heart All liked ber sweet disposition
If they did not admtro her rather plain
face. Tho new assistant foreman,
Webb, had never seen her nt all so
swift was her going
As for Andy Morgan, this sudden
vanishing of the girl he bad heartlessly
criticised remained a mystery. It was
also a blow to bis extreme vsnlty.
Kve's winter In New York lengthened
Into a year, and the pecans were onro
more hanging thickly In tbe groves,
and tho same caressing wind was mak
Ing tnnslc In the branches.
She ramo unannounced. A cattle
wagon from a distant ranch was at
tbo station Somo expected freight bad
not arrived, nnd It was going away
empty when Evo balled tho driver.
"Can you lako m to Farweirt"
she asked tbe man. "I didn't have
time to send word I was coming."
"Sure thing" he answered cordially,
"I'll tote your trunks I reckon you
got a mighty lot of pretties In all those
"Yes, I have," smiled Evo through
ber thick veil
"I reckon you're some kin to the
Orwell." he suggested as they drove
"Why" iMkcd Uve. although she
could gues hi bewilderment.
"You took n lot like I'arwcU'a girl.
Ere. I ain't He'll her In a month of
"Not for a year. Joe Flanders." laugh
ed ICve suddenly "Don t you rocognlzo
Flanders stared umazrdly The face
he saw through tho rell was wonder
fully round and fair, and Cve Farwell
had been thin as a rail He shook his
head doubtfully "My posh, you're
liber Joliln me or else you'vo been I
fnttcnln' up somol" ho blurted forth.
l.ro threw back her head and laugh
er such n sweet merry langh that Joo
Flanders recognized her at nnct
"Nolody but I-vo Forwcll could
laugh llko that" he admitted. "If
you'd tako off that veil I could Identify
l.ro removed tho veil nnd looked nt
ului with mUchlef In her red brown
eye. Joo 1'lnudcrs stnrvd until Iho
tears camo from tils strained orbs
"Good heavens, girl, what havo you
been doln'? Why, you're n dream of
beauty!" ha gusped.
A lovely color flushed Uve's icrfect
complexion Sho certntuly bad devel
oped wonderfully during that ysar In
Now York Dancing and gymnastics,
ploasura nnd happiness under tho wUm
gutdanco of Aunt Sarah's trained ex
perience had hanged "I'nrwclPa freak"
Into a beauty Tho red hair gleamed
and glistened llko red gold ngnlnst bor
white brow, and tbe arched dark eye
brows added to the beauty of the red
brown eye beneath. Her flguro was
perfect now Surely Kro Farwel! hnrT
cotno Into ber heritage.
"I'm glad you like me. Joe." said ,
"Mens your heart lve. I've always
liked you Hut this Is a surprise. I
wonder If I spent n year In New Vork
they'd turn mo ont a ravin beauty
Whcu ho loft l.vo at the Farwell
ranch It was to seo ber swallowed up
In tbe embrace of father and aunt
tatcr at tbo supper table there was a
surprise In store for Andy Morgan
"l.ro I've." be stammered as sho
gnvo n cool little band Into his for a
brief Instant "you're changed some."
Ho stepped back as Webb came for
ward, nnd Mr. Farwell proudly mado
the Introduction to bis daughter.
Sra never forgot Webb's surprised
glance that swept from her lovely face
to tbe chagrined countenance of Andy
Then Wnhb's strnfght glance camo
back to ber eyes and seemed to And
something there that sat it fled him A
thrill passed between them, but Lt tho
moment they did not understand Its
Afterward Cve knew that the old,
unworthy lovn had died that day when
she sat blgb nmong tho pecan branches
and heard Mark Webb's plain state
ment of bis attitude toward women.
And she rejoiced that always sho
would havo this brave knight to d-
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will not Invcittgnto charges rondo
by Harry 8. Joseph nnd others
ngnlnst Judgo Jacob Johnson, ono of
tho republican nominee for con
gress, lt hos chnrged b, Joseph
thnt tho nomlnnllon of Johnson nt
tho hands of tho republican conven
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cured through fraud nnd Illegal
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wcro mado by others.
Tho stato commlttco held n meet
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ly nominated by tho republican con
vention nnd thnt tho contontlon ns
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