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THE HOUSE OF
By MEREDITH NICHOLSON
An lb "TRF. KM nUNCE." lEUa
Olijnii taw by toulumu l.
CHAPTER XX. Continued.
The piano pounding continued and I
waited lor what seemed an inter
minable time. It was growing dark
nd a maid brought lamps. I took
book from the table. It wa "The Life
of Benvenuto Cellini" and Marian Dev
ereux waa written on the fly leaf, by
unmistakably the same hand that had
penned the apology for Olivia's per
formances. I saw la the clear, flowing
lines of the signature, in their lack of
superfluity, her own ease, grac and
charm; and, in the deeper stroke with
which the "x" was crossed. I felt a
challenge, a readiness to abide by con
sequences once her .word was given
Then my own inclination to think well
of her angered me, and I dropped the
book impatiently as she crossed the
-I am Borry to have kept you wait
ing, Mr. Glenarm. But this is my busy
-I shall not detain yon long. I came."
- hesitated, cot knowing why I had
She took a chair near the open tioor
aLj bent forward with an air of atten
tion that was disquieting. She wore
TtUck perhaps to fit her the better
Into the house of a somber Sisterhood.
1 seemed suddenly to remember her
from a time long gone, and the effort
of memory threw me off guard. Stod
dard had said there were several
Olivia Armstrongs; there were cer
tainly many Marian Devereuxs. The
silence grew intolerable; she was wait
ing for me to speak, and I blurted:
"I suppose you have come to take
charge of the property."
"Do your she asked.
"And you came back with the execu
tor to facilitate matters. I'm glad to
see that you lose no time."
"Oh!" Ehe said lingeringly. as though
he were finding with difficulty the
note in which I wished to pitch the
conversation. Her calmness was mad
lening. I suppose you thought it unwise to
wait for the bluebird when you had be-
irvilled me into breaking a promise,
when I was trapped, defeated. "
Her tibow on the arm of the chair,
licr hand resting against her check,
the light rippling goldenly in her hair,
her eyes bent upon me Inquiringly,
mournfully, mournfully, as I had seen
them where? once before! My heart
leaped in that moment, with that
"I remember now the first time." I
said, more angry than I had ever been
before in my life.
"That is quite remarkable," she said,
.nd nodded her head ironically.
"It was at Sherry's; you were
with Pickering you dropped your fan
and he picked it up, and you turned
toward me for a moment. You were in
black that night; it was the unhappl
ness in your face. In your eyes, that
made me remember."
I was intent upon the recollection,
agor to tlx and establish 1U
"You are quite right. It was at
Sherry's. I was wearing black then;
many things made me unhappy that
Her forehead contracted Rltghtly and
ehe pressed her lips together.
"I suppose that even then the con
spiracy was thoroughly arranged." I
aid tauntingly, laughing a little per
haps, in my brutal impulse to wound
lier, to take veugcauce uion her.
She rose and stood by her chair, ono
hand resting upon it. 1 faced her; her
eyo were like violet Seas. She spoke
"Mr. Glenarm. has it occurred to you
that when I lulked to you there in the
fiark, when I risked uupleabant gossip
la receiving you In a house where you
bad no possible right to be, that I was
limiting upon something, foolishly
and stupidly, yet counting upon it?
"You probably thought I was a foul,"
"No," she smiled slightly. "I
thought I be Hove I have sslj this to
you before! that you were a gentle
man. I reully did, Mr. Glenarm. I
must say it to Justify myself. I relied
ejpon your chivalry, 1 even thought,
when I played being Olivia, that you
"bod a sense of humor. Hut you are
not the one and you haven't the otter,
1 even went so far, after you knew per
fectly well who I was, to try io help
you to encourage you to prove your-
elf the man your grandfather wished
you to be. And now you come to me
la a shocking bad humor, I really
think you would like to be Insulting,
Wr. Glenurm, if you could.
"Hut Pickering, you came back
with him; ho is here aud be is going to
tay! And now that the property be
long to you, there it not the slightest
reason why we ahould make any pre
tense of auythlug but enmity. When
you and Arthur Pickerlug stand to
gether I take the other side of the bar
ricade! I supposa cMvalry would ro
julre mo to vacate, so thut you may
ujiy at once the b,.k1 of war," I
attoruicd with growing beat.
"1 fancy it would not bo very dlftl--ult
to eliiuluute you a a faotor la the
ail nation," she remarked Idly.
"Aud I u joci, after the utisuccess-1
ful efforts of Mr. Pickering's allies to
iiKsiiKHlnate me, as ft mild form of ellni
Inntlon, one would naturally expect me
to sit calmly down and wait o be shot
In the buck. Ilut you may tell Mr.
Picketing that I throw myself i.iion
your meryy. I have no other home
than tills shell over the way, and I
beg to be allowed to remain until at
lenst the bluebirds come."
I quits sympathize with your re
luctance to deliver the message your
self," she said. "la this all you came
"I came to tell you that you could
have the house, and everything in Its
hideous walls," I snapped; "to tell you
that my chivalry Is enough for some
situations and that I don't intend to
fight a woman. I had accepted your
own renouncement of the legacy n
good part, but now, please believe me.
it shall be yours tomorrow. I'll yield
possession to you whenever you ask
it, but never to Arthur Pickering! As
against him and his treasure-hunters
and assassins I will hold out for a
"Nobly spoken, Mr. Glenarm! Yours
Is really an admirable, though some
what complex character."
"My character Is my own, whatever
It is," I blurted.
"I shouldn't call that a debatable
proposition," ehe replied, and I waa an
gry to find how the mirth I had loved
in her could suddenly become so hate
ful. She half-turned away so that I
might not see her face. The thought
that she should countenance Picker
ing In any way tore me with Jealous
"Mr. Glenarm, you are what I have
heard called a quitter, defined In com-
"I Quite Sympathize With Your Reluctance to Deliver tho Message Yourself."
mon Americanese as one who quits!
Your blustering can hardly conceal the
fact of your failures. I had hoped you
would really be of some help to Slater
Theresa, and incidentally to roe, but
we both sadly misjudged you."
Her tone, changing from amused In
difference to severest disdain, stung
me Into se!f-p!!y for my stupidity lu
having sought her. My anger was not
against her. but against Pickering, who
had. I persuaded myself, always
blocked my path. She went on.
"Mr. Pickerlug Is decidedly more
than a match for wou. Mr. Glenarm,
even In humor."
fc'ho drew herself up with tragic
scorn in every line of her figure, then
relaxed, laughed and was Olivia again;
and as I watched her, wondering, er
plexed, chagrined. she turned swiftly
away and ran I am sure she ran
from the room.
She left tne so quickly, so softly,
that I stood staring like a fool at the
siHt win-re she had been, and then I
went gloomily bark to Glenarm House,
angry, sublimed aud crestfallen-
While we were waiting for 41uner I
made a clean breast of my acquaint
auee with her to Larry, omitting uoth
lug. rejoicing even to paint my own
conduct as black as possible.
"You may remember her," I con
cluded, "she was the girl we saw at
Kherry's that night we dined there.
She was with Pickering, and you no
ticed her, spoke of her, as she went
"That little girl who seemed so
bored, or tired or sick? ISless me.
why her eyes haunted me for days.
Lord, man, do you mean to say "
A look of utter scorn came Into his
face, and he eyed tne contemptuously,
"Of course I mean It!" I thundered
He took the pipe from Lis mouth,
pressed the tobacco viciously Into the
bowl, and swore steadily in Gaelic un
til I was ready to choke him.
'Stop!" 1 bawled. "IKj you think
that's helping u:e? And to have you
curse iu your blackguardly Irish dia
lect! I wauted a little Anglo-Saxon
sympathy, you fool! I didn't mean for I
you to Invoke your infamous gods
against the girl!"
"iton't be violent, lad. Violence is
reprehensible," he admonished with
maddening sweetness aud patience.
"What 1 was trying to Intimate very
mildly was the fact, borne. In upon me
through years of acquaintance, that
ou are, to be bold, my, lad. to be
bold. a good deal of a damned fool.'
Tho trilling of his r's was like the
whirring tine of a covey of qunll.
"Pinner In served," announced Bates.
mi I I-arry led the way, mockingly
chanting an Irish love-song.
The Door of Bewlldermant.
We had established the practice of
barring all the gates and doors at
nightfall. There was no way of guard
ing anainRt an attack from the lake,
whose frozen surface Increased the
danger from without; but we counted
on our night patrol to prevent a sur
prise from that quarter. I was well
aware that I must prepare to resist the
militant arm of the law, which Picker
ing would no doubt Invoke to aid him,
but I Intended to exhaust the possibili
ties in searching for the lost treasure
before I yielded. Pickering might, it
he would, transfer the estate of John
Marshall Glenarm to Marian Devereux
and make the most he could of that
service, but he should not drive m
forth until I had satisfied myself of th
exact character of my grandfather's
The phrase. "The Door of Bewilder
ment." had never ceased to reiterate
Itself In my mind; there was a cenain
fascination and charm in it. We dis
cussed a thousand explanations of II
as we pondered over tho scrap of papet
I bad found In the library, and every
book in the house was examined Id
the search for further clews.
Tho passage between the house and
the chapel seemed to fascinate Larry.
He held that it must have some par
tlcular use and he devoted his time U
He came up at noon It was the 19th
of December with grimy face and
hands and a grin on his face. I had
spent my morning in the towers to no
purpose and was In no tnood for the
ready acceptance of new theories.
"I've found something," he said, fill
ing his pipe.
"Not soap, evidently!"
"No, but I'm going to ssy the last
word on the tunnel, and within an
hour. Give me a glass of beer and a
piece of bread, and we'll go back and
see whether we're sold again or not."
"Go ahead aud let us he done with
It. Walt till I tell Stoddard where
The chaplain was trying the second
floor walla, and I asked him to eat
some luncheon and staad guard while
I.arry and I went to the tunnel.
We tixik with us an Irou bar, an ax
and a couple of hummers. Larry went
ahead with a lantern.
"You see," he explained, as we
droppeil through the trap Into the pas
sage. "I ve tried a compass on this
tunnel and find that we've been work
ing on the wrong theory. The passage
itself rens a straight line from the
house under the gate to the crypt", the
ravine is a rough crescent shape and
for a short distance the tunuel touches
It. How deep does that ravine aver
ageabout 30 feet?"
"Yes; it's shallowest where the
house stands. It drops sharply from
there on to the lake."
"Very good; but tho ravine is all on
the Glenarm side of the wall, -isn't it?
Now when we get under the wall 1 11
show you something."
"Here we are." said Larry, as the
cold air blew lu through the hollow
posts. "Now we're pretty m-ar that
sharp curve of the ravine that dip
away from the nail. Take the lantern
whilw I get out the compass. What do
you think that C on the piece of paper
means? Why, chapel, of course. I
have measured the distance from the
house, the point of departure, wo may
assume, to the chapel, and three-
fourths of It brings us under those
beautiful posts. The directions are
as plain as daylight. The parage IV
self is your N. W., aa the compass,
proves, aud the ravine cuts close ir
here; therefore, our business Is to
plorntue wall on the ravine side,
no. US U.NTl.NL'fcD.J
MONOAV UNIVERSAL WASH DAY,
Recognised as 6uch Over Almost All
Why does nearly all thn flvlllied
world wash clothes on Monday T What
has Monday to do with washing? It
was originally the moon's day and
was sacred to tho queen of night
I read in a schoolboy's history thut
tne rilgrlms landed on Monday and
ino good women immediately set
about washing the clothes (tint had
been soiled on the trip over. Wo
might Judge from that alleged fart
that no washing waa done aboard
ship; yet the finest, place for such
necessary work of sanitation and
blessedness Is out at sea where there
Is plenty of water and nearly al
ways a drying wind.
The voyage of the little Mavfiower
tasted 63 dnys. I believe, and as near
ly as we can now reckon the landing
was mada at Plymouth Rock on a
Monday, though some historians in
sist on Friday. It must have been a
rile and filthy vessel on arrival, with
102 passengers and crew going over
two months without washing their
linen. Linen T What did they wear
In 16507 Can yon realize how big
was the Mayflower? A miserable lit
tle bark of 160 tors (Capt John
Smith) or ISO toes (according to
THE NEW YORK LIFE'S PROGRAM.
Economy, Publicity and the Paramount
Interest of Policyholders.
President Kingsley, of the New
York Life Insurance Company, says,
in an address to the policyholders,
that Lis plan of administration in
volves these points:
"First: Strict economy; second,
the widest, fairest and fullest public
ity; third, the continuance of the New
York Life as a world-wide institution;
fourth, such an amount of new busi
ness under the law as we can secure
while practicing intelligent economy,
and enforcing the Idea that the inter
est of the policy-holder is paramount"
Always in the Way.
Recently a country doctor In the
north of Ireland, a bachelor, who wa.
locally noted for his brusqueness and
irascibility, was driving along a nor
row lane, or "boreen." wben his pas
sage was effectually barred by an old
j woman, who was returning from the
j bog leading an ass whose panniers
j were filled wtih peats. The woman
! led the ass to the tide of the lane as
quickly as she could, but not quickly
enough to please t'ue short tempered
doctor. "Fauch!" he eirlaime.!, with
a snort of di.-ust. "Women und ancs
are always lu tho way." "I'm ;!aj ye
have the manners to put yourself
iasi. saui ir.e cii woman, calmly.
Tho dixtor drove on without another
Concerning His Business.
A Boston lawyer, who brought his
wit from his native Dublin, while
cross-examining the plaintiff in a di
vorce trial, brought furlh the follow
ing: "You wish to divorco this woman
because she drinks?"
"Do you drink yourself?"
"That's my business!" angrily.
Whereupon the unmoved lawyer
"Have you any other business?"
Watching the Knife Play.
"There Is an awful fascination
about seeing iieoplo cut with their
knives." said he who has Just atxnt
a week on the farm for this health,
with a retrospective look in his eyes.
"A knife Is such an unexpeetrd In
strument. You never know Just where
It Is going to strike. You can't keep
your eyes off. You are afrsld to look
for fear It might slip and cut the
mouth half In two, and you are afraid
If you don't look It might happen and
you won't get to seo IL"
60AKED IN COFFEE
Until Too Stiff to Bend Over.
"When I drank coffee) I often had
Sick headaches, nervousness and bil
iousness much of tho time, but w ncu I
went to visit a friend I gut in the habit
of drinking Postum.
"I gave up coffee entirely and the re
sult has been that I have been eutlrtt
ly relieved of all my stomacu and ner
"My mother was Just the same way.
Wo all drink Postum cow, an I with
out coffee in the bouse for 3 years, we
are all well.
"A neighbor of mine, a great coffee
drinker, was troubled with pains la
her side for years and was an Invalid.
She was not able to (Io ber work and
could not even mend clothes or do any
thing st all where she would have to
bend forward. If su tried to do a
little bard woik tho would get surb
pains that she would cava to He down
for tho rent of the day.
"At last I persuadod her to step
drinking ooffee and try Postum Food
Coffee aud she did so and Las used
Postum ever since; the result has lcn
that she can now do her work, can
sit for a whole day and mend ana can
sew on the tivachlua snd she never
fuels the lesst bit of pain In hjr aids,
lu fact, she lis got well snd It shows
cuffiw was the cause of the lole trou-
"I could sUo tell you about several
other neighbors who Lave been cured
by quitting coffee and using Postum
In Its place." "There's a Resson."
Look In pkg. for the famous littlsj book
-TU Hoe.4 la Wtimm.- I
MUST REFORM NEW
President Roosevelt Sent
pines for man to Do It a)
small Told Him How
Oyster liny, N. Y Itiidlca
form In th. t..ro..,.i..i
' t'- i i.ii him-i mi, .
r K' , i ...
'" nie.Men are IO DO lliaimtll'u
upon thn nrrival li Sunt a Ko of Go
M-nor George Curry, who him Just re
turned from the Philippines to assume
.hat office. President Itoosevelt con
forred with Governor Curry for two
nouru Wednesday nnd sent him on his
way thoroughly Imbued with the
necessity of ruling with an Iron hand
until the alleged tangle of. Intrigue
na graft In New Mexico had been
Clean government Is what the
president wants." aaid Governor Cur
ry on leaving Oyster Pay. "and that
is what I shall do my best to estab
lish." Judge Rodey told the president that
the tax valuation In New' Mexico has
been outrageously Juggled by the rail
road and mining Interests. He clnlms
that the value of one mine is equal to
the tax assessment for the whole ter
ritory and that the actual valuation
Df the railroads In the territory more
than double the entire tax valuation of
Judge Kent, whose friendship with
the president dates back to tfcelr col
lege days, said his visit waa entirety
3i a social character.
An All Nloht Police Court.
New "iork. N. Y. There will be
no more languishing in cells on a desk
lieutenant's say so, or premiums
paid to professional bondsmen on
trumped-up arrest cases In this city,
t rom now on the policeman who
makes an arrest at any hour of the
day or night will have to bring his
prisoner Immediately before a magis
trate. New York's first all-night police
court was opened Thursday evening
when Judge Whitman, formally an
nounced that the night shift of Justice
was ready for business.
The Magills Indicted.
Clinton. Illinois. The grand
Jury which has been Investigating in
to the death of Mrs. Pet Maglll, the
first wife of Fred Maglll. who, with
his second wife. Is In Jail here, hav
ing been brought back from Califor
nia to answer to the charge of having
caused the death of Mrs. Pet Ma
glll, Friday returned one Indirtment
acalnst Maglll and one Indictment
against Mrs. Fay Graham Maglll. Th
Indictments were exactly alike, each
containing six distinct counts.
Education Causes Unrest.
fhautaiinua. New York IHshof
Henry t". Potter of the Protestaul
Fplnco a! churc h of New York soke
on "The Oiurch and Social l'nnHt"
here Friday. Th causes of the social
unrest of the country Bishop potter
said nrr ;ii!.ir education, the In
dustrial revolution and extra aui.--in
expenses. He declared that there
can be no more rite 1 t.Kius arraignment
of the church today than upon lt
indifference to tho thsiral, mental
and aoclal tieoda of the working eo
Made Profit of 2100 Per Cent
Bench Haven. New Jersey. The
Pennsylvania Capital commission Fri
day made public certain papers which
show that John It. Sanderson of Phila
delphia, the contractor for most of the
furnishings and decorations for the
buildings, paid the various sub-con-tractors
who did the (minting 1J cents
a square foot and that ho had collect
ed frnn the state 2.S2. a square foot
for the same. He received In payment
more than 1700.000 and tho roflt
wero about 2100 per ceiit.
Missouri Pacific Indicted.
Jeffcnuin ity, Missouri. Seven
Indictment against tti Mliourt
Pacific Hallway company for faJlsjre La
opontte trains on tho Hague!! braurli.
running from Jefferson City to limp
noil, Mo, ere niad public her Fri
day. The Indictments were returned
by the ("oU county grand Jury and are
baiwd on the state law which rjuireH
railrtHids to operatn at least one train.
e.w.h day over all lines.
Meeting Morocco Situation.
Paris, Franco. The French and)
Faulsh governments are acting In
concoct and with great promptn'
to meet the situation that han arisr
In Morocco. A war ship of Mich erf
then (towers la now In the harbor ft
Casa Bhuica, and threw French, and
one Spanish man of war are en ttie
ay to Morocco.
The C:"ss of Rss Suicide
Chautaaqua, N. Y. John Crv
ham Brooks, author socialist of
Boston, believes the cost of living to
b the chief cause- of rac suieftle,
according to an achirnsa h made at
the Chautauqua a.-vembly.
New Cabfe to Col.
New York. The new direct cable
from New York to fldon, Pana
ma, was opened lor buslufws Thursday
by the Central snd Sth American
Nebraska Murderer to Hsng.
Lincoln, Neb. Tt Nebraska ru
rtme court Wednesday handej
6ou fc mandate directing that liar-
rU() cUrKo. convicted of murdsr
, oi-.iaha. be banged August .10.
Hold Up Mm Arrested.
Butte, Montana. Georgj Tower
who Is believed to have participated
1 tbe atteiiiptod holdup of tbe
North Coast Limited a fw mouths
MO UI. F,iglner Clow was nine
dtred was smstsd TiKUay.
Missouri Historical Review.
The Stale HlHlorlra'i Society of MiS
siirl has Jut Issued tli first num
ber of tho Missouri Historical Kevlew,
quarterly publication of tile society,
he cr'titentB Include tbe following
" cles of interest aud value on var-
phases of tho West and MIssoU-
The Romance of Western Ills
lory,' by proft,HBor e. (1. Bourne of
Yale u.vrrs.itjr. ..nka Crrult Court"
by JudgvT j c. Faeg of Pike coun
ty; ''The Veiunings of Missouri leg
islation," L Pr gldor Lopb, of Co
lumbia; "Eujy Settlements In Mis
souri," by Prf e. M. Violette. of
Klsksvllle; Ger.aiORT 0f the Lincoln,
Hanks and Boon Families." by Pres
ident H. E. Robl.on. of Maryvlll;
"Bibliography of Orrai publications
of Missouri In 100C, Dy p. Samp
son, secretary of the society There
are also "Notes and Ne-S- as to his
torical societies, etc. Thv purpose of
the publication Is to stlmu&te an In
terest In the history of the ttate and
In the preservation of hlstori-a' ma
terial aud to furnish an opporu-ilty
for the publication of papers oi all
aspects of the history and develop
ment of Missouri. The Revie Is
went to all members of the socMy.
Any person may become a menier
upon application to the secretary. V(r.
F. A. Sampson. Columbia, Mo., ml
the payment of annual subscription bf
A Motor Caused a Death. (
Mrs. J. M. Wtlholt of Nichols, w.n
killed and her daughter-ln-Iaw, Mr
Roy Wllholt. was fatally Injured It
a runaway accident recently. While
driving their horse became frightened
at a passing motor and ran away.
Mrs. J. M. Wllholt grabbed one of
her grandchildren In hor arms and
Jumped from the bucgr. and Mr.
Ray Wllholt picked up another ari'f
leaicd from the opposite side of the
vehicle. Neither of the children was
New Missouri Banks.
The n-cords In the office of Secro-
tary of State Swangcr show that f. r
the first lx months of the present
yer 2 4 new tanks ttmve been organ
ized In Missouri, their nrgreirite r pl-
taMx.it Ion being $.'7:..00. am) tl.at in
tho nune jx-ilod 13 bank. filch tiaJ
hoen previously Incorporated, wiiti an
aggregate- capitalization of f '..'. In
rrenwd it to $."."), ('". a u t lii re.-e
rf t":i."t', nnd making the total K-!.t"
isl In Kuril riilerpiiiicH f.'iiS.MMi K lbe
Bethany Boy Rank First.
At th recent bar examination la! 1
In Kansas City. fJ.irh.-nd V:!mmi' av.
er:ige grade in 15 oi!'litt .s over
p.r cent, this being the bl!.e;t
grade In a cl-iss of 33. Wilson Is a
Bethany Ikit. Of the four young uo-a
who ranked highest In the elimina
tion .two of them are rraduates f
th Bethany high school -Gai Und
Wilson and C. W. McAllister.
A Good 38 p.
TT. Charlton River, which travels
31) miles through Charlton county on
Its way to the Missouri, all) find that
long Journey reduced; m ?! miles w hen
thw drainage ditch now being con
structed Is completed snd people ail!
rslse 100 buli"ts of corn to the irr
where the principal prixfncta now
buff frogs and tadpoles and
The Prayed1 for Rain Cams.
Pastors In flvw of the downtown,
burettes In Jopllrc prayed for rain
rrently. in a few honrs the rain fell
In torrents. Tho downpour lasted
thre hours and ncoke- a yrotractmr
Professor Won't Co.
Br. J. L. Murium has received k exit
tit become a professor In the l'nlvor
Ktty of Illinois, wherw a gtcut cf'ort
la being made to start a school for Urn
training of teachers, fir Merl.im hat
declined to accept the offer. In Illi
nois he would receive an Increasn In.
salsry. Ho would have t!i. dlree.tuis.
hip In the organization of the uew
irchool of edueuttonu The I 'nlv.'i sNy
of Illinois receives aliout twice aw
much money ammaHy us the rinver-
sity of Missouri. The Teachers coJU
lege there stanifji second only to. tj
one in Columbia university.
Keys Mds With s Comb.
Mtfvln Hirs, enmity Jailer In fnd.
pemSpuce recently found la one at tha
ells In the Jul I an alumtu'jm key mat
hailf been made with a comb glvmi to
ons of tlke prisoners by his toother.
Tli ImiirovlMed key anlockee the
slsckles need on the leg of tbe prls-
tiers. A similar key was found In
some screenings In the quarry w'.:er
tha rliain gang works a slinrt time,
A Bby of Four Years Drons.
The four year-old son of Mr. sod
Mrs. Marlon Rhodes, who live m a
farm a few miles north of New Cam
bria, wus drownsd In a Hnd near
borne. Th mother was picking b; :'H.
berries and the child had bees W'ns
only a few minutes when It was fouud.
floating on the mater.
Celebrated tOth Blrthy,
One b innl red and tseniy five pnts
sons recently gathered at a family
picnic to celebrate (be Si'tb. birthday
anuhiimry of a Brx k;',., M wotiso.