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Copiirigat, 1901, by Herbert S. tof
Continued From Last
Continuation of Chaptei1
because he possessed at certain coin.
Once the old gent lenan asked him
the time of day and set his watch ac
cording to the reply. In Ohio the man
servant scowled at him because he in
voluntarily stared after his mistress as
she paced the platform while the train
waited at a statioii. Again, in Ohio,
they met in the vestibule, and lie was
compelled to tel aside to allow her to
pass. 1le did not feel partleularly ju
bilant over this meeting. She did not
even glance at him.
Lorry realizied that his opportuinittles
were fast disappearing and that he did
not seei to be any nearer meeting her
thani when they started. 1ie had holed
to get Uincle Caspar into a conversit
tion and then use ahim, but Uncle Cats
par was as dhlstan11t Is an iceberg. "If
there should he a wreck," Grenfall
Caught hiiiniself thinking, "t.hen lily
(h.n1ce would come, but I don't se
how .'rovii:nice is going to help tie in
any other wvay."
Near the close of the day, after they
left Cicinnati, the train began to wind
through the foothills of the Alle
ghanies. Bellaire, Graftoni and otlier
towns were left behind, and they were
soon whiriliig U) the steei'p ru1ouiritatini,
iiglier an 1(d higher, thIr'ougli t nirnel a 1t
or tunnel, nearer and itearer to V:ash
ington every 11u11iute. As they wele
uillinig ollt of a littl' ralnin town
.1ar stopped the riin. There was soti
littlei e'xcit('ilnent.0 and ai serafrler lor
infrn'iaa:ationa. Soinie luart of th!. :( n;;n
w a disabiedl, nid It woulle' btnees
s. Iry to r-plaice -it' b fre Il ''r-"II
Lory stuolled up the o(w-vi (if ps
sairgars who were watthing the cngi
liver 1id firmairl nt work. A ihear,
musleil voi(-e, infist InI is ear. st.tr
l 1tied him, for h kiet-w to lmin It bw
longeld. She addressed tlie collueItr,
who, limpatleit anid inniiioyedt, Ston'td lIII
nuedhttely behliud him. -
"low. long r-re we to be delay-i T'
she isked. Just I w\o inu itite *s bforei m't
miost uraiously to at shiple tilestioi
Lory1 had1 aske 1ad had gont' sO ar1
1us to lustruat aotheri inOniitive tr
eir to go to a wnnier elltinaail.' hr-u oa'
-li'he pesisttedla inaskinig fr inafrrinir '
whicb coubl natI b rr;:lve rr tb
litr vo.ul t. loi'sut Iiw .r n
- nota a~ ih. iaj on ttes: hat M a
10 la - . t!!s t at;rh a ps a.it:1r."
hthni, a l. '!t'a .il loor i~t 'at his- w:italh.
little h i:alari lae 'aling to lt' raii be- It
lowt. Ti!.ry all enaderi art thet id;:' ol ai
sateep (1dvhliiy. Thecre wars a <irop o1
Iihtior.t -inan feet st raight into I ith ailhy
below. Ailong thei sides iot this vialliey
wtere' the e'ntancfaes to thet naiines. Above.
ont the ltodge-, wasn thle unltiner i'y for'
lift intg thle ore to the high gr'ounid oni
*Down one of thes'e streets walked1 the
young hatdy, curiously interested iinall
-aibout her. Shae setenned glad to estiap
froini tihe trauin anda its people, nllrl shre
huried along, the fi-esh spring wind
blowinig her lt-r from belneath her eap.
the ends of her long coat thaittrinig.
Lorry stood oni the phatforan waitch
ig her; then ho lighted a cigarette andu
followecd. ie ha~d a vague feeling tluit
she ought not to be alone wthl till thei
workmen. Slie started to (ente back
before lie reaiched lher. hiowever, iind he
tunied aagaini towaird the station. Thleni
he heard a sliuden wh-istle, aind a rmin
te? later from the end~ of the street lie
sa1w the train pullinhg out1. Lorry liad
rathier distinguishied hiniself' In college
as a runner, and Instinctively he dtish
ed up1 the strteet, reacihinig time tracks
just in time to cattchl tire railing of the
laist COneh. Bunt thier-e lie stopped anmd
stood with thumping he(airt wlhle the
coaches silid aamoothily ump the track,
leaving him hbhind. ie remremblered
be wts not the only one left, rind lie
paiited anrd sm1l1 -h. it occurred to httn
wh'en it was toto hiate t hat Ihe tnlight
have got oni the tralin tad pulled Inc
rope or- enlled tire '-onductor,. hut that
was out er hte <iltionil now Afra-r
s0i, it ighat not he suith a rnrr'y go ne
to stay ini that illth li ttth town. it 'd
not followv thatt she wourhl proave frieir
A fewt momlaenits htitt; she( tajpeared.
wvholy unrcnsel-ous of wlhat hiadt hap1
pelled. A glanc dUt'owni t he t 'rack. ail
hier face was (the pict ure of udespair.
TIheinshie saw huln coinig towiard
her'v twit long st rides, tlushedal and et.
etd. Re(gard(1lessta'ii110 ofappeaaces ron
ditions or c!onsequent'lces, she( hrrh-d to.
"Where is the traini?" she gasped ias
the distance between themt grew short,
her- blue e-yes seekitng lisa besechliigly,
her hanids elilatped.
"It has gone."
"Gone? And wo-we are left?"
HeI nodded, delighted by the? word
"The conductor said thirty minutes.
[t Jma$ beeni buit twenty!" sire cried haof
tearfblly, halt angrily, looking at her
watch. "Ob. what abal! J do?" &b~
snmnt on distractuatey ie nad enioved
Sho swwU hi-vm coming tOwnird her with
the sweet., despairing tones, but this
last-wall called for nianly aind Instant
"Can1 wi? catch the trailn? We inust!
I will gIv'e $1.0I3. 1 Inuist caitell It."
Sh( 111d plavd her glovedl hanl iij. nst
a tehgriaph polo to steady her tilein
bling., but her face0 wals rslti
perious, Coi a andinig. :-e1( was order
ig 11111 to obey as sli 'woul lavo
Ci33n133nded a slave. In1 her voh(v tIln're
wN.: atrityI.4 m i1, l II her 4 yv tliere wVas
fe:tr. She14 could conto11 tll. oie, lot
not the othl'.
"Wc alltit ca(ch Ihe' llhr. I want
to catch It as n33hiuch 'Is y1u, 11nd41"- heretv
hev sra1i1ghtenll hil1l -"I woul .id
a thousail to your'I." IHe hsitated it
iluontenit, thinking. "There i-4 but oliw
way, 11d l3t tilie to I .'.
ith IIhis h h u lr3nri :and11 ran raidl(fly
toward the litttle ' i th1o. and telegraph
rwo sr 8:A Noa::-: IN A COACHi.
OlRNt was4ted4 very little hn(. <
dAI:Shes int(o the0 dIltan i) p
thop wid . -
" \\ 1r 31'r ha i i 3 a3~; ::1li
" I i ;' .
1331 nV34.I3Lr 133..i:3her3."
"Wht" (hio l'I;liV.(;1 t(31'.''
i t'.i1;.1. io-top Vi r (r 3 : he 3 ll i.w
Ill. r 1mtr 3'tlde3 lla t ti; ro: :31 : s tig t
grive1, oi'e's11 :Iii lefts two1 'fhi1p.
1(3t:' - :'y iy.'' lii' Wrontd ilI rn-:
luni h l '33:1 tel )3I 3 ho lis trai 1:3(r.
setuI 5t01) rtert 13'13 I'llr yguet wheb
as thde 43 ondu31y331attor." ~ . i
(t1r1llkfVil'I he1nler t:o 1111):h[t',1or
The~' I aget's lirssion1 wasik that li(e
warseilieortant,~ that3 he3 had a' rih to
gi to rd; bunt he hsi3 a ted.311 3((1Ii i
1t l'n -3 -3 anwy. ~e issah~ woil t ur
liig th iat ter3 over1(' 031n h i theind. t
You stop thatr3'Ill3 oran I'l etu3y thr
theriie 'I bn ord1t~33er: frmhak.atr
ag11e' staed at ime then4 turned04. to hVis
ward333. L.r uhdot.O h ht
fitr (13in 31 I the co t irn51013
inountain (): ench, alonig thle sIes of
which wa~s pr3in3te l in yellow~ let ters.
"1Ila ppy Spr'ingLs."'i The (1river was;
eliuhing u1p to his seait, and33 the( (3um1
bersomle tra':p wa's empty.
"Wan~iit toi ma:ke $1107" iele (irenfah.
halif falihling to the gronda.
"Giet me3i to I' - - inlsidi' ofi twenity
milintes. 333m1 l'Il give yu $ 10. 1 turry
"Ye's; but, vou 5(ee, 1'mi hiried to"- -
"'Oh. that:3's all tight! Y'oun'1 n3'eer
m3ake' moneyi' etsier. (an youl03 get us
there ini twIenty minu33tes?"'
"'It's four m'i131(, 133prdner,' and33 1ot very
make3 1it e 13 kIll 01(1 it and)313 ,11hn. %1llss
"Ge't yolurse4lf ready13 for at race(' w'tti
113 express053 traitui, an doin(:1't as5k c iles
tion3s3. K ill 'em31 both iIf you1 3: hve to.
I'll bei back('1 13n a3 second"1
1thi(k to the( sthatlon ho tor'e. Slie wa:s
statu1ing nea 303r the( door3 lookIng upj thei
tralck miserabl313y. Already13 nigLht was1
falliung. Mlen were lightin1g thle switch
hinterns3, and13 the moun1Itains3 wer13e turn31
"'Come31 (1ulek ly. I haveo a wa~goni out
lItslstlIessy she1 wa:s hiuirr!ed ailong
and3( fairly shioved thrioughi th34 open'
dloor of the odd( Ilookinig coach'I. IL' wa's
"DIx've like the very, d1euc'e!" Then
the door s13amme1)d, thle div~er' cla1ttered
0P to his seat,
with a rush.
"Where are we going?" she demand
ed, sitting very straight and defiant.
"After that train. I'll tell you all
about It when I get my breath. This Is
to be the quickest escape from a dilen
ma oil record, provided it is an es
cape." By this time they were bump
ing along the' flinty road at a lively
rate, jolthig about on the seat in a
most disconcerting inanner. After a
few long, deep breaths lie told her how
the ride in the Springs back had been
conceived and'of the arrangement he
had made with the dispatcher. lie,
furthermore, acquainted her with the
cause of his being left when he might
have caught the train.
"Just as I reached the track, out of
breath, but rejoicing, I remembered
having seen you oi that side street and
knew that you would be left. It would
have been heartless to leave you here
without protection, so I felt it my duty
to let the train go and help you out of
a very ugly predicament."
"Ilow el I ever repay you?" she
Inurmured. "It was 'o good and so
thoughtful of you! 01, I should have
died had I been left here alone! 1)o
you not think miy uncle will rmiss me
and hvNe the train s-it backI" she
Went oil sagely.
"That's So!" he (x(clalined. somewhat
diseoncerted. "Bhut I don't know, ei
ther. ie iniy not riuiss you for a long
tirne, thilikiig you are iI soine other
Car, you kiow. That could easily hap
pen," trituiph antly.
"('an1 this ina get us to the next sta.
tin in t tine?" slit! 4iuestioned, looking
at the black liountains5 ind the dels'
follige. It was now <tuite dark.
"If he doesint bum)pI11) us to death be
fore We got half way there. IIe's driv
ilg like the 'wii."
"You inu1list let le pay lialf his bill,"
she said deeldedly frorm the dark corner
inl whiel Ohe was hiusliling.
Ile could till(] no response to this per
"The rtoad is groing rouglher. If
you wIll a1illow' ri. to ilaaklo a sugges
tion. I think you will st'1 It' wistdomii.
You enn tesae :1r:it deal of' ugly
Jostling. if you will talw holtI of ruy
arni ci l cling to it li-ht ly. I will
brace nlyself w.ith. this sirup. I .1un
Stit It will s1Vtd yu iay hard
Withoit :a A-ird she tinov etl to his
.,!Id. antl wo n..I hier stronp' little I-a
about his hn: wne.
"1 hail ( 't u !iht of 11t ," she saId
simply. "Thank7 you." The, fter a
14in oie t, while his.- flart (1tuntped inat!
ly, "L.'d it 11e)tred to you that ifter
youi ira .ii -' 1 rdi y u i i bht. 'have
eliinhel hd r the train -and('t ordered,4
the conductor1M to Stoip it for ine' " 1.
"l--lA-ver Iftu;ht of that!" h cried
"lhhs o not think 114 ill ungralteful.
hVi Vu'tvete ytly .good to -m1le, a
14tr%11!f,'i. Oneo often-1 thilk a1fterward-1
fth oli iuhIJit have done. dol't
yilu k )"?)u th list whenl
yoIu' inoan venlienice , -1d yourself ,11r. m1e.
What t r' bWlt' l iv i n h -. r youi ! "- Z1
It itli o h hot troubi . of eit ihml
th-' - ".\IS ttllil~itt lie r l ik t i : i
li:T:0-11l h 1 i - nrv 'lot.d
.1sit . i 'ds " hei -l a th ..
T tte wo o Suhe ftiioarng'.: ide hi:,to
inh li 15:10)1tn 1Sto tilore at- 1 the gr
haI lit on' b;sd IlleSIn.iIdIIcnI
bea It''hincke ou ofi his bil. .1ast
theee s'ont'he wasi vtr ilglntohi artotd.
It was as-l- dar!C s li (te. lu~ide wris
in, adt.1 the ' oulit elpsn woith-ri
sidei that lit' rit('1n1.1A flse In ve
lgt rollin tl'th boitltom hof gt ravinti,
burniredsiloif itetibeloiw. Stilt he nvist
Itl'low ii' hoin t d too he1: bes i t dive i ni
"Oh, '-i thwe litedt fetl no~i gilrm,"
itsrin wth conversltt'n f beca ( Ibot
''isIl. Whent' ither spoke th ast
'1ith 'ti mout cloe to th lear of the'
It Iher breth!' lin lid chate. "'Ier'
w'iteet voes iet I H n lig! t hiot
Iih Iivery wordI ishe uterd II a
ill th t hot it'h 1l'tash erIt (it- his*
Llt r. efssr t sth n g'osit t'lintl itg
han et Ithg 'r li ylsmt' hirebstu gav flrth]
- terrtor. but' to brav). toi' iiuurmur.wil
s'ee b to res't'iit (he relatod tsra
'us3 artuhl h cuch' ~lkl oiiif dlith. It(1
ol ey'dar andryney tur.
"Ohk"sh kerledeys hand dec~hte
Pattern For a Tiny Un
Designed by Marth
NW YOR K
Patterns For a Modish G
tha Dean-Nos. (
The designs for street gowns are very
charming in their freedomi( fromt the ovel
elaborate, and this feature Is not un
pleasant to the womilI who fashions her
own frocks. A smart model is given.
which would serve Vell for street wear
or for tise at hoie. It combinius the
latest Ideas ailong fa.shion lines :1n41 would
become almost any one. The mai -rial used
Is a rich plurn colored broadcloth. with
chemiilsette oif tucked tfiff-tA. Small box
phiits stitchted to yoke deptlh privide a hb
contingII fullne1.s;s. as well aw, adorn-lmtent. The
skirt. Is ii n'ew thirtettn gor' 2mod11, having
Its plalts 1it litd to) yqtk'leldepth, they
being- adoreild with straps tre. ing th"
gorc 111d follo.n11 )g tie plalit:4 1l) i1 a t shoit
distane in 4:hited depth to simulate
nt yok. The n' 41 r ii res''rnh1,-us a p:.n4l,
falling Illillterupi t dly fro:n th-.. h lt. The
doubetlly an4 Iinhinn ;i1 the e'mpuii-. 'The
kow is nt dittienit1 (of cotnstruction and
Is slitabhle tooe *ahImr.-. h nt -t d, road
cloth or voile. lPor the In1ii siize ihit
y:: ris if' foirtyv-four Inch nal eriti ire oii-.
,ersary. Tv'o patterns---Noi. 1:1. stzs, 32
to 42 inhe.' Iust; No. G, sizes. :j to 3,J
DIRECTIONS FOR Oi.DER.lNG
.S-1rtd '.20 cints to this Omelce. give numlier.s
of t e p:Itt r S. NO).s. 3 l 'un il l .- m1
,state size- desire-d. TywIll then bef sent
to you by mil;J postinil.' Or Ieither o1f thle
patterns winlit be s nt forl. iii ,nt,. I %it ur.,
to wvti;ty pfliblyl andl alw..Vys nive fu1ll ad
dre'. S'v'':tl d.s moust he :allowed foor
delivery of pattern.
Patterns For a S W.e
by Marha Dean'j-m
mattern For a Maid's Apa
by Martha Dear
There is not 4sighit moreI leini ~ig 4to the
hance calle1r than 2 to ib' miit by~ a2 dinity
laid andiilii n ar rnure ittraciitive' thain
le- snowiy :2pron2 .mdl ':ap mot tised
mngc polite' "ocie'ty. Th'ei ' 4pri'tn hit a
il and14 bre"te'lles (4n the4 shoubtllrI whlich
rc alwaiys bteiilnunig. Th4e skir't I"'rtioni
4 long andi full, and! broad tie's fil m a
mge~ how~ btehlindt. Th24 4:24 is a smaitll
ndi iace. Naiins4ek to' a 11-i' lalwn myi~
bro eflt an three-feurthlS yairds of 4 ti'ty
ix lnch gootds are'' n-'ddi t'd'r thei tapronl
m114 onii :iritl onel-ftitirth yard'ts of 4'ighteen
nech for the4 (':4 . N.'. *;.2f, *n 424' -lt4
IRE~iCTIONS~ FOR ORDER3IiNG
Sendt~ 140 cents4 to this oillec, gIve number
>f thits pattern, Noi. 4e2, 1and4 It will then
>0 senlt to yout~ by mall posttaid. lie sture
o write l'l'iinll and always glv(' figg tad.
ireas. Se'verail days must25 he allowed for
leliver o ,attr
derwaist and Drawers
i Dean-No. 4044.
There was never a time when baby's
'omfort was so much considered as now,
nd the result is a variety of clothing
'hich answers every purpose of practica
>flity. Here are shown a small underwaist
Lnd drawers which are intended for wear
ietween the ages of six months and three
'ears. They are to be worn with or with
ut a diaper, and, fastening in front, they
told in place under garments which
vould otherwise be misplaced or pulled
iof with the numerous contortions and ex
rtions necessary to the early progress
ver the floor. The band may he omitted
vith this garment, which will be found to
fe a great aid to the mother who has
harge of the little one. For the medium
ize seven-eighths of a yard of thirty-six
nch material is neet~d. No. 4044, sizes,
6, 1, 2 and 3 years.
DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING
Send 0I) cents to this ofilce, give number
if this pattern, No. 4o4M, and state size de
ired. It will then be sent to you by mail
>ospa. I sure to vrite plain ly and al
vays give full adlress. Several days
nust ht allowed for delivery of pattern.
own Designed by Mar
5431 and 6368.
e OI II OWJI @ \*I.1 I e I'iiner
Ig. 'ije s'r-- it P ar~ IrI's.' .:. Eli~
h! -bd n.t ndd sh ji::- ' i~o. t:''' r~
migt For aw firl ittl ::amnl. weaIr
e .ad :in withI~ a. deimui-osr a 11)e
s h-h al ay b-uere g f;'tl .e trsi
tti:d. Tei s!the n: ayr be .:i ne
iitl qae uln. For a ip lte mediress
e the dress calls for five and onel-fOurthi
rds .f thirty-six inch material. Twvo
tterns---No. 40ZS, sizes, 13 to 17 years;
. Ji,9, sizes, 12, 13. 14, 15 and 16 years.
DIRElCTiONS FOR. ORDERING
endl 20 cents to this otice, give numbers
these patterns. Nos. 40%8 and 1459, and
te sizes desired!. They will then be
it to you by mail postpaid. Or eithe'r
the patterns will be sent for 10 cents.
suire to write plainly and always give
addiress. Several days must be al
'ed for deilivery of pattern.
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