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NOPSIS. [sailors spra
- calls were I
I-Is fund murdered In chains and
-.New Tork. Mrs. Wran- gage todk
monend from the city and ider
nwoman whzo ac- monotonomuJ
to Inn and sub-- ple began t
bac-fclor.New York -
d Anblinding-SnOW stormI mighty sig
a young woman in whole ship
es to- be the woman
- eu e that tha Then it
.rrow. gave heed
dsieri~ tP her them,
Xthl~idi .gto.qtty Cas- The chan
W n an8d >HetW re- Ri
a duterestedin maiL. Hea
~,,~;i'~dans platforgn -e
e he wagon
n.'jnIto -the: Ct
Stsaw at her alone amoI
Hetty a brightly, as
101*0ita picture-of at a -hour'
,h ~ e~Ungthat
s ok be sleeDiest
So wasby anun- " up
h :-a . ~ -da one of
t Hetty at Amiens
of Hetty walked off'
..his chagrin got off ther
refuser& Matty.' -Booth and grin.
n their ,eror each other.
latter declares that shecan never "'I Shaln.
- -h-is an'insarmontable bar- agan Bra
-T~;way, - admits to Sara
svesdeclares that "I Promise,
.cst marry Leslie, who must be " By Joyn
his -brother's debt to the lie! "
8fgain attempts to tell the
E thie traed and Sar=threat- lag.
Ap::-wrangle e L she says a word
Hetty by revealing that all shall
I -she4bas benqved Hetty to have after her e
errelationst with Cham Wran
she reabtes that Hetty Is in al( werd re
Sedlalien proposes to Hetty "- thougt
etty prepares to, 1ave,
that after wbat. hahap- ly. I win
u t sea she . Hett -Indon."
- IfMioth athe started -Really, t
and be -waiting "Don't fr
e sde. th meets -
b ArLodon. ladd
S i ontinued. - !the cobble,
rom-Dover -to the way to
from her. moor- voted the i
HettyCastleton and the deliciot
-n. board, with all their have, expa1
tr and Brandon' Booth derful bord
o 1be completely .at sea that alwad
fthat gltterig London- She was r
timb they r
10nf-g-laden and drip- listening to
th.crossng.pr'omlsed to be and rolls a
thrapped in-a thck sea- In Paris, to
sat-huddled up In the lea honey and t
< khousesick at :hearti and lfshman ca;
.he reproached herself for Alone in
erd she was playing on quite anoith
* he sad yet pitied her- ance took I
- the door an
c shambling .down for his bal
i~r~spceslong- the rail and mlnisd, 1
-Brectlg ln front of her. She were most.
31 n~~im as h~e reached out his was that s
himself against the: was no .gai
As he'leaned eor-wai'd, he ence~ their]
1?aghe- . caused her
Yo werethikitng of me, Betty,", an14the' soc
j~b~.ongta3Lshes atd .at hin He .made
~axd,-ntsinziWit4 aslow moan, t hal
~oeedhirTy~s wthehanns h51 askedI
~(~t tee-s I~ adrem?'- se.way in pea
~and right tl
~ - -. institable.
~r '~' a~d~ sary of it.
thelni ofme, weren't.
- A reprn ching yourself, and
~itn orself for rnnning away like attempt to
thI? -thought! so. Well, you might
jt s well try to dodge: the smart
est tietective In the world as to give
me the, slip now, darling."
- "You-you spied on mne?" she cried, /
iined tones. She lay very limp in
'~1vhst Ithink otfwbat I might
- t this Ioment if I hadn't
pj~o ut in time!- Thlnk of me
bac~-her I London,. raclig about
. kOnn madmn, searching for you lx4
~ lease!E sha implored.
Buyduck was- withz me. You can't
- shiafgBetty. I shan't let you out
of my ight again. Ilk camp in front
afyour docor and you'1H see mo'wither
and died afjleiep fonssr one or the
other of my~ eyes will always be- open-"'
"Oh. I am -o tired, so miserable,"
"Poor 1ittl sweetheart!"
"I--'ish you wpald *aeme.~ ""
"IJk where you are, dearest, and- ~ t
"if 'only could-forgett" #iigi
RBeat. I *111 h'old'you tight and staina
keep you warm. We're in for a nasty natls.
crogelgebut-t isparadse for me. I lvdhr
am~mad.with the delight-of having you Shjon
~hrfldIng -you close to me, feeling cfadt
yoiu finyarms. The wilder the night rmt o
Mhebettar, for I am wild with the joypebraf
of it^-af. I love yqu! .I love you!" He ee hr
itralned her closer to him in a sort ofhanehi
3aroxysm. cle i
She was quiet for a long time. Then "etyc
~he re~ted Ito hs ea: fowar a
as ongig fr 'yu, jst s yo iar She weast
row, rando, an In te mist ofIt e her hea
#ainiesi' , he warm,
Alo tie aferwrd te trobbngcaread h
boutthem theseauddely re mTee or
~ idlifelss; tey sld ove eytea herld wh
~4~hi~ts neaed ut f te fg adcalldhi"
jhe rekhed ito hseath switnes wardel a
now, iand o and bthe dthem, of nherse
sAdJh, IEalaWays bIv BES He breh
angu~l~r oim aterwardn ttrobng gared that
abod the; th seasuddnly abo Thr tw
ad ann is;the tsdy-over inas bettr wh
-.m a 'me tatering s crfts-e forda hrt
. areenan.1r e out nth thgad gdh
t~shu eit talthywiftness. Em- This ha
eDa not b el y and admit thsml roasinhe
S E oeiEEsOR the actEsTI bee Iroh
t ~ ,em~ummystemsysno
raof..ao BrtrongbAe caedo tan
at Syte.abu te
Sof eectri as aedo
Th aoten-mde ha othe work syst
de nio wit mta-atn cn- bttr coto
assunes hat R ofits raft- en day at
ar eualy'ecintan t agod beap
1~r butAe soimesh~i the at as itbeni
- against a w72
Gebr e Bar
ev GORq?2N MycU,07/a/: CO
ng upfrm-everywhere and the back of his mind, a hateful feai
teard below the rattling of began to shape itself. For a long time
the thuinping of heavy lug he looked into her somber eyes, and
the .lace- of that steady, as he looked the fear that was hatefu
beat of the engines. Peo- took 'n something of a definite shape
Infest the deck, Ump and "Did you know her husband?" he
arassed but voiceless. A asked, and somehow he knew what the
I seemed to envelop -the answer would be.
-a sigh of relief. "Yes," she replied, after a moment
Was that these two arose She was startled. Her lips remained
their,-sheltered bench and parted.
to. the things that were He watched her closely. "Hasithil
-this.secret anythig to do with Chal
nel was behind them. lis Wrandall?"
"It has," said she, meeting his gaze
CHAPTER XV. steadily..
- ~His hands clutched the edgeof the
ttlIng Old Bones, table in arip that tured the knckles
neyed to Paris by the night whte.
was waiting for bar on the "Betty!",he cried, in a hoarse whis
hen she descended from per. "You-can't mean that you-"
itsin the Garev du Nord. "You must go to Sar,"
enger crowded 'with them -hurriedly. Haven i told you that she
Atoms'., department.- She, Is the one-"
g them all, was smiling "Wereyou-in love-with that infernal
If the world could be sweet scoundrel?" he ldem anded fercely.
then, by all odds, it should "Sa gr knowsa everything. She wil
and ou the lookout for you "Were, you carrying on an- affaft
he. declared, as t ith e professing to be the
agether. "You might -cnnd o 'his wife? Tell me that! Dic
%, You know," w"wry shle "Yd you outo and-"B
hu"Oh, Brandon, why will you per
2ot run a-y from -you sit?" she cried, her eyes aflame. toe
Ldonl,"i saY id earnestly. can terU you no more. Why do yoi
on- honor." glare at me as If I were the meanes
P" he cri "tha's a i . thingsoh d earth? Is this-love? Is the
a he broke into a happy yourIdea of greatness? Isnt #enougl
for YOU to know that Sar is my loyal
go to the RItz," she said, devoted friend;
fects- had been examined Wait!" he commanded darkly. "Is
ady for release. it possible that she did not discover
t so," he announced calm- your secret untilhe day you left he
>d for rooms before I left house so abruptly? Does that explali
your sudden departure?"
is i~Idl-" 'eI can answer that" she said quiet
jWm like that, Betty, he ly. "She has known everything ro
the day mether. Ihave not sa
ratled and bou nced over "h, Brandon, to lead you to be
3tones in'a -taxi-meter on ieve that I was in'love with Challf
the~ Place Vendome, he de- Wradall, have I?"
hole of his conversation to His eyes softeaed. "No, you haven't
c- hope you will forget what I sad
gLar ataks mee asr tfIwretemens
ting glibly on the h won- You see, I kne WeandarI s reputation,
asy that would come e H had no sense of honor. He-u
v-to-be-remembered I meal. "Well, Ihave" she said levelly.
"Wat!" hecomadeast dry "I
venously hungri by the Be inuthis.a t he: a hent dsoveu
ached the hotel, su fromuh the da u le
his dissertatioy on chops with you?"
d coffee as they are served "You are still unfair. I shall not an
say nothang of waeynes and swer.g
he imarmalade that no Eng- He was silent for a long time. "An
thdo withqu Sars lips are seal he mused, st
his room, however, he was possessed of doubts and fear,
3r per His calm assur- Until she elects to tell the- story
igtn gthbl int he oen ers-oe ylisaeas eld
h Resouinws ni l thistwolo.lIcoulmwillngrytofie
desolyungryb Wh the osntbln om.IsSr'.
eachd btwee he, ust frohavnsskemet, htI
isy -isrta tio onfl-alchsoecrepnseprain
:vescofteeas he tar serveda n oe.I I slest
tosake nthig sond affis t nsitrno o a rs h
nhe ame thraithn stEngm-eal elad od o
t oopwitqt e ~ wl aem heda oe u
uphis mom, hoeer hne asi antb epd mpeae.
eit mo oiy to eparensiedb -ha d a
:ahe Rsoldto sui undepeei-incnetl' ih h
Su he lfact him, the casWada
Tho wen the m,~ beaherye Yufre ht I syuta
forin her epoern at nu- oe"serepne ipy
to He ould maeone mfight, soldSr ug yut
hae he m tut fromiz the r elifteeIsayhn
-o opoiio-h "Hsheheetsther.erCm
-e it a-ny- maiomrt toeiit udestndn
-H a ith heeshourdanuhour inttha
There ithoura vetigebf ranourry
Inthing standone hladyo tu ombe
ieethig Imeasabl goetI ih Chakei
- , , uprndalt, he Ica?" radhewn
Sforth who e o viciogetwhat he ad
Yoshee a kead torandalHe-'s suatin
le d o abide by hrdeon. e-"
spell, f hasver hesim mecom
Hey ftuhne.vIemr bee. llpt
Tw dnaths ater the sa he oin atovh
"Youeae Lyons, bunfr Ihntan
,The was aien coplet uonetime."An
between them. he eated to bued qstil
aln "Untshe Alpine town tlhe. wstoy
dareo-ovm yis at h cwzrhofls ald.h
~ iows yof beter itanganython lsoe
rodat imTrasied. staiht upld th vally toillinowlyfe
up ery lcfe f you, ut-well myref
hat, e woudaceptdtes notmbelog theeroms; Itas ara'ugs."
hopeessfor he tme b- Fsh havcced tahem withy hfat
She houl kno thaheand othi? Bsoe roknodesp ratook
~epl enugh for hat.ist, arrangdn byo caniresfrhrt hv
IhiInthelitteoen- ill hem gin nthen, eay matter Bt hi
sy at ownata tbleIn sasnnoteheyea. Iate sead."
LerTere wee few"eo-lg toLuere this tuhen tohenicu e
tin.Inhertendr b usedTh slightest shrefhp was .you
~ evn a sh smledandcomprste ased by-hast unto him
elove. -pelnted ni coneto'nr Ih Chasle
Slaing is and n hes, ydima roey that syuat h:
eli mewhat Iis?" loerne he rponde simpldy.m
prepredfor he quesion Bse why thould nara bre married
thshe kewtrthe frome'hadru. ewolodsar
I th palortha stle nto rponse o here ros crythatng-"
5moo chees as he "re uwer paThorer. Thaer Coms
g. gave hsomething stocers youiWi
- onlyone prson n the t month to coe;nte hoestatdi
an tll yu, randn. Thisol caback g nd e e n pt
-He sas id rfo ahour on thai
quee, sikenngsnsainchedrststlesittingoman there. Awae
s nea Ino eistnce Inhis thought ofher ouleep hoie dra in
SInfacthe ha ca n ahth s shead hurling butsome
the boltio ofthedaytheindmebrshraly grikin his taeet
prduce a ne sain of inose-t th.e cas teeh wer1
conviced tat te piee- th wh the beanvictionl that go, sal
a wold ctullyreslt nupo ris todeandme and bea ta
~a retoolo toapealtoinhiws treadto'ie He tiue t isr
en. fle or abde fo y fe secsiohn rose
beenhersultom spel to hfer adstarted thmoe mom
thepieewrk yse asT o as ate he olda el.f a h
red. ut I, Tsie d.otk h rperdsoee lgo
ht oveoed tacpedce hewntoacinhspkehd
,rkmly enng or than engon.oaupadwtwt
Swage on this cattleen eaimlssaiairetbac a
e.Terte werie cpo-wagldtlego
)asho aoknof shudnss WhtHhattdtoSe
2,ee of idvas butiled The-ea-ndmesnhdnIe
lay Journando hesimlrthto h akn a
atc -heoone tetime Onhiehaatned bn oc
sh uar-gst fatrtwcth from.adisse ngigu otebn
a theaor tatpe stolein- tanofe h adhdpae
smooth. cksas she r
an te you, Brandon. It is~ ~ ~l2&
h//7/9/2 BY~ MD/1&AD&S COI1AI(Y
of Challis Wrandall. There was some- who loved her did not It is a wa3
i thing uncanny in the persistence with men have.
which that ruthless despoiler of peace
forced his way into his dreams, tothe CHAPTER XVI.
absolute eiclusion of all else. The voy
age home was made horrid by these Vivian Airs Her Opinion&
nightly reminders of a man he scarce- Chief among Booth's virtues was h
ly knew, yet dreaded. He becaie undeviating loyalty to a set purpose
more or less obsessed by the Idea that He went back to America with thi
an evil-spell had descended upon him firm inenton to clear up the myster
in the- shape of aghostly influence. . surrounding Hetty Castleton, no mat
The weeks passed slowly for Hetty. ter how irksome the delay in achlev
There were no letters from Sara, but Ing his aim or how vigorous the meth
an occasional line or so from Mr. Car- ods he would have to employ. San
roll. She had made Brandon Booth Wrandall, to all purposes, held the
promise that he would not write to key; his object In life now waS to In
her, nor was he to expect anything duce her to turn It in the lock an
from her.. If her intention was to cut throw 6pen the door so that he migh
herself off entirely from her recent enter in and become a sharer in thi
A certain amount of optimistic co
-CAPE XVI. .k
ageatne im Her Ophis.mi
against what had been described tc
him as the Impossible. He could se
- - no clear reason why she should with
u devold the. secret under the new cond
tons, when so much in the shape 0
happiness was at stake. It was ft
this spirit of confidence that he pre
pared to confront ler on his arrival n t
bounded faith in the belief that noth
Ing evil could result from a perfectl:
Just and honorable motive that gay
him the needed courage.
oHe stayed over night In New York
and the next morning saw him on hi
eway to Southinok. There was some
Sthing truly Ingenuous in his desire t
get to the bottom of- the matter with
out fear or apprehension. At the ver3
worst, he maintained, there could bN
enterink ande beomeahei the
passins infatuation, long since di
pelled, or perhaps a mildly sinistei
"Hetylm He Cried, In a Hoarse Whis- episode in which vittue had been ri
per. umphant and v bce endefeated with
world and its people, as she might pleasant results to at least one pe
son, and that person the husband t
have done in axiother way by pursuing SmWrandall.
the time-honored and rather cowardly te t the ndi
plain of entering a convent, she was himeto the mctt in the sape1
soon to discover thats success In the rmo
undertaking brought a deeper sense of don a he re
e~t tha shecoud hae Imgin par"e d't ofota leon"sl his arivlect,
erselble tn hecou ahe I ned. ively, after he had put the bag up i
front. He took up the reins.
She found herself more utterly alone "Not very," replied his master.
and friendless than at any time in her After a hdozen rods or more, Pa
life. The chance companions shec
Hre saye oeangtinne.Yr
formed at Interlaken-despite a well- e agn
meant reerve-served onlyw to In st soventeen days, I make i to"
"Sm thn rlongenuuri.i"dsiet
crease her feelingt of loneliness tand de- "Seaes wlei
Ispeir. The very natural attentions of so"ehp o'lb fe on a
men, young and old, depressed hert in- soon
st of encouraging that essentially s h do th
fenie thing called vinlty. She, oin r e s
paausen oua don't sen tone dtain
singl purose ecepttocoseoe eda emuc intrperst in your l suronin'te
thaty sHe riedbein th Hnars, W here,"d sid Patc loft.e dbeenveri
Aftr ati er. et n ~ a umart sackd o ticeefape wit]u
wasrgye and tspole, on the mightefo stuwi, andpro pure hsn Up
-caene Her anther thy bympursoingiSara Wrandall.
thetie-hono e a rosed rowdl Patome hi tl teitainnnddrv
helafte erngy cnvsen ofher a i suoselleo kowg ony Ith tpe
snelf.kne fromghtaeer lecnse in- Euroe dd'yln," said laighis reflec
thxie Nthoal she solaw veoo hmagined affelyoately onhd th e an' uprm.
acrseintancesi tohue chrat the "seu re Ito," sai te frettig
Gaiety fondheyrsemre werng any whiste ve"reid as aster.y
parls friend e time, she aytme the Aftr a sor?" osrmre a
drfes. Theyi ch not opaions she B triel, agaid h smnokn
thfoperous Hnerai-sc e el- "usgentlmnwouaths eploy s, Itth most pt."
Oea a feelrn waf roughte and deh"ersanhlp yousr'll beafergon ta
room. Thervery neta tw ntees she I'envrfon auc"ob n
hadna trung and uodbefrsendr in "hi buld poayu Ahn, behat, Pae
Luerne It wnoulapper thatntal M rs.Ivc adpk?".i.Maywa o
trfemin the Wrcrall lunte. She toeauyse tou me." se t eai
sived Mis one witon sahnut luc?"saiimot, withou a smilnees n ore.oni'
Rowge-Martpos excet tlog ine fidnaym onere,"sidea meofty to dlmere
otatshomght hogi she didt heve smahre' mac lon that r.perawit
knwstatieswnt LrMugto'rnd L- his stbWhip, and puarised h sip
nicenes nor loner tife nteiuae ofo diidshis cpanoi to pats derie
that impossible pson, asrae fomh from bah~Ifstng.moteh
he counte ofltharyin ofSarpitouter put thpe. ou vo twhya ruc went h
thi. nking ofromcher litlaloynEuoe sad Beothmel lall he a
th Nationat Mse sawe-t ofehertl avfteioodel for ah ran's dar.Ta'
dcuncs te schrt reaft hat"Sure hIm sa Patrortng anan
no baefore he hadireaseweairl'anywhle. "And trubeah it bdlcomeo
burls thensb itoie, hertte ina head, sor?"rrngmet s h
coldensedt cospliathe setlyo *ilc is emoary tcaserar andI' afraod.
dressed The were nt teeao hes- ut "eljo," taling abou Itha, whleooi
cae. prSerfusedri etomyoe wo luck at is ploe-teths the me r
temdend themter nth pocrvlegs. -ofoun wencurgenwn i hi ino, a"w
makng lovecrwsruh to hercid t's don hel to ykaout oI'lsy. ha
Theys wer e nexti dropings heal iseneder fundebadlucg mtibean
thoug at trust and unavidablee warieal "nhave out beenporarrAdeli?"m
ruere.amongould me thtMr-I have pnt," ofait. Pary washfdon
rome-Mrin Rao-tin appnd oners"Btr wonee yas mi'uh for Mary
she hrdi tht Mr.Reodal ren- Theoit av me."gmetista
dall and Vian wetonie he x clnd hav "all thne good yukve havino max
iowe-Martinwasrnotmeongy-nrfondings somehene'besides meailf to blave hao
out (thounghn hat sie d een all ther' bad lk in hatn me. Stiln
dnc wso rellonderfhe inat as dIid hisfluc, is t ipoargo
Pahe cold' tikoSaawhut pthe dbuck lastv the bad on'hi
tIm sof Glao yderh-iMs Shfel and after teon hmef all befca
But e-ati that s oe-rt efu s to th sun o fraan a. That's lk l o
emry Lesie Heys aecad. eie, You'lla makes It ou foryourel an an
you weould shae bee inae terulhse as rrnoady'b
staten of nrs ucing hi flin" da ru er a n a no
cOfd-nSreedcosopoitnw- s migtro urgomukweny e h
whve tee epet threas. oes-rbalukslwy a bende
carepectabe rson-to haryens! oo lc.S o'tb o
The deilday aohe atumn priilee anof 'ltk ou rm aesn
th cow bga t dinle Htt wat toumeet troube" e toe
made repaatios tojoinin Thex Beath wavnlie t or aet tha1
bleak, sheenound-herselfgthinkingtuwhile sogn
andmor ofthehapy~hartd, r lu"Tke tshwsd as ni-te tis Paetm
bolc dckybir ona frawy wnd wheidhern tei arrwiaat the otage
lede.king life toahe, nihe dela tot "adonthae con dow and ive."
nora taction hrig wathbolh of them. vrtoMs radl'.
The Soehin oldn her toopptngthrno "Wlal-afe yn'frln
Bthha wrmu esd thetrut ous ofwtrerar.Badnl nuie a
Srgre an thsie wolme vrsn.lmig vrth he
him gai. Itrte-rtoink othatrs'asehtqusinnw
whie heartat elrs.i emon th'ran- "ie epbt vu fMr'
HASan' iva GEESE WO FOR inSeascotadlivsahnsgnldoh
din Clm realygoerfu HasTrined achdtebatthyaealte
FIwls So Tgla, myHea, C saidTe Mreayfr.ok
marr thesle. nrhes is a n Iniaes, s nwwy a ee
chie wol raejoieen in th aeetuaelfrcacin mc. n
Prine of nerles. Mover ver, heyIsng. ro"a ho il stedcvr
sofSa there was Yone, aos oldgh thenwdvc.I apn h
Hudn aiy ce r taSrawshecacdars h ceepr
The pce days has aum ctact tobanien.Seprhaed oe
thepprow thegcaanneo dwithle. msettystr nteseladlfhm0
Scwmad y whichrheions trinin the diepx tetwil-h en o
clams. Accoredng torepor sheote bodiandaeafe ot wth
tbeache forn thercasel tiin norerokthntese on imycu
and moe th e caionsheIartecr.m-dedmu.Teoytrhdbe
panic dbcy-ird onee faawa wi d ragdolwafotf h lt
tedgtem Hts dof ths nethras taugtyhdbe tuge r os
norea toaey pikuhe wah oe clamsdentrdIt-. ose hnh
.dSomthmintol ae pail tHat reprtd on ed-ihlogtsm iba
-th two ormedo theges tuhaue ofirt n r ytrjs me o
becme soin ptrfcet harto thynk theathe ie.vs n rse h
"OST _ _ _ __EIN S IN
good luncheon goes to waste," said Pat C
ominously. "That's all I have to say. Profitabl Ration Is Amount of Feed
She'll take it out av both av us. Required to Produce Unit of
"Tell her I'll be here for lunch," Increaso In Weight
said Booth, with alacrity. From which
it may be perceived that master and (By W. P. SNYDE)
man were of one mind when it came the of the chief problems before
to considering the importance of pork producer is, what is the most
to Profitable ration to feed? The proper
Pat studied his watch for a moment standard from which to determine the
with a calculating eye. m
"It's half-past eliven now, sor," he
announced. "D'ye think ye can make of feed of a certain kind required'to
it?" produce a unit at which the Increase
Booth reflected. "I think not," he made. These are the same In-all
said. "I'll have luncheon first." Where. part of the country, while the cost of
upo heleaed romthetra an wei the various kinds of feeds and there
upon he leaped from the trap and went
In to tell Mary how happy he was to fore the cost of gains from the var
be where he could enjoy home cook, ous feeds will vary In almost every lo
At four he was delivered at Sara's results of extensive and thor
door by the astute Patrick, announced
by the sedate Watson and interrogate4 a period of five years by the Nebraska
by the intelligent Murray, who seemed experiment station, are here given,
surprised to hear that he would not the prices used in calculating the re
have anything cool to drink. Sara
sent word that she would be down in
fifteen minutes, but, as a matter of
fact, appeared in less than three.
She came directly to the point
"Well," she said, with her mysteri
ous smile, "she sent you back to me,
I see." He was still clasping her hand.
"Have you heard from her?" he
"No. But I knew just what would
happen. I told you it would proveo
to be a wild-goose chase. Where Is H-ogs Fattened on99Per Cent Cor
she?" and 10 Per Cent C* a!
He sat dowof beside her on the cool, sults being as ifollows: Hog, per 0
r white covered couch. pounds, $5.90; corn, per bushel,- .4
"In Switzerland. I put her on the cents; wheat, bushel, 70 cents;"bar
train the night before I sailed. Yes, ley, bushel, 40 cents; emmer, bushel
she did send me back to you. Now 35 cents; rye, bushel, 56 ents; milo
I'm here, I want the whole story, Sam bushel, 50 cents; cane, bushel, 50
What is it that stands between us?" cents;ol meal, ton, $30; tankage, ton
For an hour he pleaded with her, $40; bonemeal, ton, $30; shorts, ton
all to no purpose. She steadfastly me- $24; alfalfa eal;ton, $15; choppe
fused to divulge the secret. Not even alfalfa, ton, $10; alfal hay, ton, $8.
his blunt reference to Challis Wran- Feed other than alfalfa for con
dall's connection with the affair found venence is termed "grain" sf the re
a vulnerable spot in her armor. suits given. Wheren chopped alfar
"I shan't give t up, Sara," he said, or alfilfa meal was a part of any
at the end of his earnest harangue ratione in the ,periments, thghe
agant the palpably unfair stand both pgrain was gro the ea
she and Betty were taking. "I mean was mixed with the grain; the
to har ts you If you p'ease, until I chopped alfalfa was put In the troug
get.atl'mafter. Itisofthe~most and grain poured over It. tThew feep
vital Importance to me. Quite as much wa moistened with water after'belns
so I am sure, as it appears to be to you. put/ in the trough. .th feed wa
If Betty will say the word,? I" take wl
her gladly, just as she Is, without hogs, at each feeding -time. In all vx
knowing what all this is abou But, periments the hogs were weighe
you see, she won't consent. There
must'besomewayto verrde er.every -second week.'
mu sm a t vrrd e. The animals had access to watera
You both admit there Is no legal bar- al. was suc,
ne. You i itel mea stay tatwe thru has?"wtrfo.Drigs
.s nor inanityour her flame iy, an heorms atrwssupidthe ie
fuse t inugs that seet. No able
his bgunt byfereetonChnm, sorIamn-o s fea heew
dalndicatinecthat thehhogs caredrforunt
mor thauneaber crt'in hatth ar or. Wtrwsspledi h lsb
to psht gyve unil u Sar,"ve i,myaltes
dar th Rendlts:This feeingsof vriousgur
"ey wn ell," sesdreti~gnIely
gthat onflicter. Iti oahen s aflahy hpe a.ada
'Wuld tmoortacow e coeitent"measImuchatte aiosrak
If Hety wil say he wofoI'owta:
her adly quitly. sh is, withoconauataayu
Shein watualnethis sile "ot. Bto
yucheeshn ontoset racke
"Havb se I wa you perm rrsio hestrt.lal
the porthradit 3.h90partscorn 10eprts bar-f
rie. Y ssna ou like.-"tda mhtte ea
He lt herhithutln that h be 410patconlne
to brigan outbnquestonighesoadt am 5 ~ crn 5prt la
sucress that nighceta in thate ongmel
ofcl his strot porscrous smoe may6o7uldr,2 prschp
have me believe.conhereparts Ihmean
- thecos opfedttrpodueta22
pon mealeft herwithout$feeingpthatOh
suntilsI. weaghedg3t5 pounds increing
theost Ftoee $35 p er eons Torr
incld onl te Cot offdadde
notcund, $5.90 con, ofr lbush,: qui
35ment nsu ryeibsk, o6'entst onIo
Me im a theetaton. oor Woal tond $30; tanagelto
- foundaestimateeof thevalue ofotact
and iscetin asoppsedtobldnd eteI morher than flfa to for one
Impusivemeasres n th hanlingo entecmeiti o shreepg rom Suthr
a etemined oman.Be woudumak Ameian. pastre Ifhoppedraitalfn
hast sloly, s th sayngges. a tioned cometn r t o retal the f
San nexpeted vctoryIs ganed ib wasod fro undck. -Thosanda s mea
diltor tatic, povdedtheblo Iflcksppedh afaltedwa Sutae inrte troigi
strukatthepsycoloicalmom n preyed upored ticks Sinct. a Thatee
of lastresstacewbee eriated from smer tateen
and' cnathe tougp hei she.e fee a
Forgd Anique inesghed wiatheicsyielpor h oo:0
Arabc enmele glaswar Is rize gan ateac ediffiu g time Imposil t
as ne t te fnet podutios o t erfatents the Is o eue forghc
glassaker ar DamscusIs teverya 'shcn eep. Totoog i
prinipalpoit fo thedisoverof Ting at ntemals ad tenss o twatrc
Arabi antques andundubtel tes, wilessl them wafther wad IutI
ancenttims; ut nitd SateCo-theep that ayer frought befre Itne
sulJoh D.Whiingat eruale ha ptie whtefok w a npid the lctiel
fatuin orereso te enieaflck a Is t aklssotnastee.an
Water hgs spld ino the iveb
cep 'fesh quaters in rern touh kee
Lower Aimals Tat Weep ,rale tIn e alhs.rwn oniin
Amogte ceatrestha wep msta roer t s ho e ofed v alhyr
easil arethe rminats. Alh potionus o ssealas a craion aou on
knowthatthe tag eeps andwe as o fart hayis dispedahey and ti
whenit ses Is lat hor aprc ing 10ysnos. part n plrelvehain It
The gra~eis nt les se-trackan
'i~~J as -2. is awas conm1u arsch oeppea
woundedit. ~ wepfauit
monkes. Afor elepantther ag 5n arts always c25 pr tlflo
ean mlgann hn oltI
iohis abunanlt porch, othe easee withkee
not scae; ts e rll romitseye Copelled corn, to Wrk. ch e
- fitio. pl8e 50has ciet or 50 pay thElf
Fuln ofLifesoaThebs fre ' rations sand clhe@
vincd tat he se o lie lis I in thes Ban ra'os divrced boill
denc tha w~ isk othig an cotsrghn a.smallb perentag .
-hc.sikn pin isshpi wlsale.delr lf 'ilb
nes a wel.No neeve yt w poundv' make ho was~ $3.3 pe 0
pond,-ad.ha kein t- o
And Nothing Pleases
More, Than to Praise
The Woman's Tonic.
Chillicothe, Ohio.-"I am
the Southland," says Mrs. F
of this town, "and nothing A
more than to speak a word e ran e
for Cardui; the. Woman'stonic -
firmly believe, that it satdc.
from the grave. Althog -
need it now, I alwaysikeep'S. :j
I have been married 14
had two children. After tb
was born, I was not able h.
for four years, I wa$ .
enough to stand on my feeEAeC#t.-_
utes at -the time, without
to support me. t
After everything else bad'aled
wrote to the Ladies' Advisoy
ment, of the Chattnoga'
Co., for advice, and they Mnrdly
me what I -ne'eded. I commeiced
ing: the Cardut. Home Treatment. I -
used only about four bottles o the
Cardui, but, today, aI amal- cando -
my own work, and walk as taas
I want to. -
I can never praise Cardul endagh
and my neighb6rs cannot get'kone
wondering at the change ni'-e
Cardul will surely do as mior
you, as it did for. the writer-f-;?b
above letter, if you will onlygive a
Don't delay. Begin tan Cardu
today. Your drg sells i Ad
you put a little more mirth.t& at
scene of yours with the - ev boiw,
Comedian-A little more, mirtI!
Confound it, man, that was trid.
vrced wife? - Tomorrow w pay in
Hbbokn,-there'? a man waitingat
the stage door t-dere-Ef
ment on my baggage and -ie
my trousersand lost my 20 b -
ton-a little more mirth, hu, b
RED, ROUGH HANDS
SOFT AND WHill
For red, rough,, chapped
Ing hands, dry, -sure,,
Ing pialms, ant
with shapeless siias
cura treatment we
rections: Soak the
ing f& In .hot water A
Dry; anoint nwt
and wear sofktb eW
gloves during the*:* i
sweet and gentle
t h ands, prevent reueU - s'~
'and chappiiig, and im t~f~
g that vevetrtsftness
ness so much deired
thos e whas OC4is &
ticura Ointment a C " '
throughbat the world.
free,with 32-p. Skin BoV?
We are always s ~ C~
person who gi es 'thewsau
of laugh to every joke we te.H
The chap who kee I.
at It accomplishes a 1ot04 -
are not necessarily wrorth
No Chances 1O.,
A dealer aselling. b~j'
town asked- an fIh an ah''' . '
passng if he ouldbuya
and -added: "!You can.-haveitl en
bob." Tlo 'fwhich Pat replied: -Btb.
Isir, iftuppence would buy the~5l~
of atopcokfoi-an elephat~O~~"
for a canary this minute. -
-. Young Reasoner. . - -
"Gilbert K. Chesterton bas rit
meccessful play:" saidi a member of the .
IPlayers' club of .New York:"Yu..t
know .how fat Chesterton s-r te
than Mr. Taft. WVl tel
story about'that.. .
"A 'London litteratei a;. i~
son who sucks Ghis tub-ih.lt
y terateur said toe him one day'
"'Now, you jmust stop2 sukn-yI
thumb. If -you dein't jUlswef~V~,4
like a balloon and b'rs. Mind uht
"The urchin, was mach Ipesd
He promzis~d to' do his bestto
himself of his bad Iabit.
"Well, It happened that Chestro
dined at the litterateur's -that eve .
ning. With the dessert the little chap >
came In. He lookedastChesterton antd
started. He turned pale.'* Then .he
sidied up to the mountainous writer
and said In a compassionate and. y70 ''4
reproachful voice: - -
"'You suck your dhum, do
Family of Twelve Drink Postum'
"It certinl has been a bessing I
our home" writes a younig lady In re
gard to Postuml.'
"I am one of a fam~Iy of twelvj
who, before using Poetumi, would mak
healthy person uncomfortablehr . P
their complaning of headache, dizz,
ness, sour stomach, etc., frontdrinkinlg
"For years mother suffered :fOU
palpitation of the heart,' slet
che and bad stomach :and 'aAtm. .
would be taken violently il! Aboua.
year ago she quit co~gad begaa
"My brother was troubled-' with
headache and dizziness all the time
he drank coffee. All those troubles of
my mother and brother have disap
peared since Postum has. taken the.
place of coffee. -4~t:m
"A sister was ill nearly all hqr life -
with headache and heart trotible, and
about all she cared for was coffee and
tea.: The doctors told her she must
leave them e, medicine did her
4"She tih + would take
the place. of-1Mofee ngatil we Induced
her to try Tstnm. her troubles
are all gone and she .a happy little
woman enjoying lif aspol '
Name given by the Pj , 1C.
te Creek, Mich.
Postum now comes In
Regular Postum -
boiled. 15c and 25c
der. A teaspoi