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iienN sIace's Tlitlvc wyrsipet
so long Ixone. Yes, I love you enough
for that, and I have to, God help me,
for you are in my heart 'and I can
never, never get you out.'
Anglrea lookedi as if blood -were be
,ng transfused into her veins with each
word. She felt her youth coir .g back
with the sure surge of an advancing
tid(e. Ter eyes grew bright and then
frightened. "White Man!" she gasped,
"Take me quickly; I feel myself grow
ing young again !"
lie leaped to his feet, caught her up
in his arms and shook her' then he
surrendered. "Young or old," he said,
"what difference does it make? I love
your youth as I already love your old
age. Put. your arms around my neck,
look into my eyes and tell me you love
Clinging to himn, her head thrown
back, her eyes in his, she said, "I love
"Again," commanded Trevor.
"I love you."
"And now, my little sweetheart, my
own girl. Just once more."
"Ah !" begged Andrea, "don't make
me say it again; let me kiss you."
Five -minutes later Trevor reluctant
ly opened the door on the crool and
cried, 2ishop I" *
One of the three white men sprang
to his feet. "God bless my soul," he
exclaimfed,"'where did you come from?
When dtd you get here? My dear
chap, what's limppened, to your face?"
Trevor, forgetful of his damaged ap
pearance, put his hands to his lips
guiltily, as though lie feared that some
mark had clung there to betray their
recent 4weulpation ; then he remem
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bered his singed and 'bandaged con1
tion. "Oh, that'l" he said. "Nothing
-nothing to speak of. Won't you
cone in? I'll see your eoimpanions
The bishop entered the hut and
raised his eyebrows inquiringly as Tre
vor closed (he doo1. "Moaquitoes?"
he murinured and politely didn't wait
for an answer. "Charming quarters.
Quite the comfortable thing." Then
lie caught sight of Andrea who was
half-sitting on the coriner of the table
and swinging her free leg. -Once mont
his eyebrows went up but this -time
with a snap that would have earried
therm over :the back of -bs 'hed had
they not been rooted.
"The bishop of Mgma; the Honor
able Andrea Pellor," said Trevor in
"So pleased, my lord," said Andrea
with a smile that turned into a rip
pling laugh. "I-1 beg your pardon,"
she stamniered, "b-but s-surprise
doesn't go well with your face."
It was true; the bishop's astonish
ment seemned to have startled his fea
tures separately, scattering theni over
his countenance at grotesque angles.
"Andrea," he gasped, "Andrea Pellor !"
"Yes," said Trevor, "that's the name.
Now, bishop, if you'll sit down, I'll
soon be able to satisfy you flat the
argumnits I used to get you here are
more than Justifled."
"Andrea Pellor " repeated his lord
"You have it correctly, bishop, as
sured Trevor. "Won't you take this
The bishop's eyes gradually gath
ered themselves to a single focus on
Andrea's face. "Young woman," he
said, "do you know that the entire
world has been perturbed for weeks as
to your whereabouts? Do you know
that your family has been suffering
agonies of suspense as to your fate?
Do you know that the ian to whom
you are betrothed has offered a 'thou
sand pounds for your discovery alive?"
Andrea glanced triumphantly at Tre
vor. "A thousand pounds," she mur
"Alive," he countered, also -murmur
The bishop rapped onthe table with
'build a six-cyl
would set a new
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a month or even
fact, three years
before we were
:we out selv's
r beence r d
of the 1o orist.
found its six-cyl
>eed, but also a
distinctly a Paige
as recognized at
nd, as an invest
in the light~ six
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his 'mades. IYo y~di hnow all these 1:
Andrea slipped from the table and C
stood before her inquisitor. "It's quite
natural I" she said in a clean-cut tone
Trevor had never heard her use be
fore, "that you should be a little ex
cited. Of course, I'm dying to hear all 2
the news about the world and dear old
Aunty Gwen and things in general, but
do let's sit down. It always seems so
greedy to me to gossip standing."
She turned from him to the chair t
that Trevor held for her and motioned
the suddenly tamed prelate to an
other. His lips had snapped shut at
the shocking aspersion that he came
bearing tit-bits on his tongue and he
sat down on the extreme edge of the
Indicated seat as though by his pose I
he would register a continued but I
"You wouldn't think to look at him,"
said Andrea to Trevor, "that in half
an hour he'll be taking coinf6rt out of
that chair and out of a good cigar and
out of a long drink." Her eyes
laughed at the bishop in just the way
to lake the edge off her words.
le slowly smiled and just as slowly
slid back into the deptus of the chair;
his hands, without the aid of his eyes,
found the box of eigars that Trevor
held out to him and his lips formed,
in reply to a murmured inquiry. the
following words, "A small one, please
-not at all mahogany." Then lie
turned to Andrea and sa1d in a louder
voice, "Now tell me all about it."
"T.here really isn't much to tell,"
said Andrea. "I was tired of dancing
and (limilbed (Iown the cliff from the
hotel. It must have been about four
o'clock in the morning. I found this
white man-his real nmem is Robert
Oddman Trevor-tinkering with an
airplane an( I asked him to take
me with him and lie did." She dropped
her eyes. "Now lie's agreed to marry
Trevor turned white-lipped from the
door where he had been giving an or
der to Bathtub. "Andrea," he said, his
eyes blazing with anger, "you will
please keep out of this conversation
until you are called upon for a few
responses." He turned to the bishop.
"P'lease overlook Miss Pellor's flip
pancy," he continued. "There is only
one reason why I should marry her
and she me and that is that we love
each other beyond the power of the
words to express."
"But, my dear man," said the bish
op. "I know who Lady Andrea is,
only too well; the question is who on
earth are you? I take it I'm not wrong
in thinking that you have got me here
with the idea of persuading me to per
form a ceremony which will shower
me with lime-light for the next six
"Nine days is the accepted limit,"
murmured Andrea and added hastily,
"I was just speaking to myself."
(To bte Continued.)
Wants E-:very 31.ember of South ('aro
dina iegislaitiure Searched for fI
fernal Weapons, Concealed.
Columbia, S. C., Feb. 20.-A resolu
tion calling for the search of every
miemiber of the house of representa
tives in an effort to locate concealed
weapons and2 to provie for the ar
rest of every member found armed
wais Jintrloduced in the genieral assem
bly today by Riepresentativye Ilorton of
Inneiaster in revenge for thie (deflat
of his bill last week which would
have lprovidied sever~e punishnnent for
any person carrying concealed wveap
ons of any kind.
Thie house by3 an overwhelming vote
refused to give it consideration other
than to e.njoy a good laugh from It.
Tihe resolutien read-:
"Whereas this house ini its w~iiom1
killedi deadl the bill offered by the
auuthor' of t his resol ution to prohibi t
the carrying of pistols, di rks, razors
and sling shots, and,
"Whereas it is now uunlawfuil to
carry anly such conlcealed wea pens
about Itihe person and above described;
"'Whereas the author of this resolu
tion~ verily blelieves thait a majority
of the mlemnbers of this honorable bodly
are wilfully viola-ting the law of the
land iby carrying the infernal wenipons
as above desceribed; Now,
"Therefore, be it resolved that the
scrgeanit at arms of this house, he and
he is hereby authorized to close the
(loors of said house anld carefuily
search each mermber anld if any infer
nal weapons as herein dlescribed are
found on any mlember, such member
shall1 be haled before a magistrate and
hproseentued to thme full extent of thle
'Platform" to be Drauwn and Sublumilt
t('d to (Candildates for P'ubiei Offliee.
Washington, F'eb. 20.-W~ithl the ap
pointnment of a comlmittee of seven
pirominent farm organization leadlers*
to dIraw up a "platform", the Amlerlean
farmers as represented in the Nation
nI IBoard of Farm Organizatitons, serv
nd notice todlay on present andh pros
peetivye presidential caniddates thlat
hie is dieterminled to 'participate aeO
tively in the coming, campaign, 'The
platform will comprise qiuestions do
:dgnedl to bring out unmistakeably the
a~ttitud~e of each candidate 'upon mat
ters wvhilh ngricultui'istn cnside of
C. S. Barrett, of Georgia, president
f the National F'airiers Unilon, was
amed chairmtan of the coimittee.
The coiferene a(lopte( resol it ions
sking the early aPpointment of an
mCriCan (ljeigaete to the Iiteliatin0
.1 Institute of Agriculture at Itome to
neceed the late David Lubin; ap
Iroved the lCapper-\lersnan bill re
toring to farmers the right of collec
ive buying and selling; exiressed
ontlidence in the Federal Trade Con
oission in connection with the imi
nt investigation of that body and .pe
itionC( Congress to ailelid the farmi
oan act to increase the utaximum
oan from $10,000 to $25,000. The
lvitation from Sir Hlorace i'uekett.
m representative of Irish farm11 or
laiiization s, that i delegation be ap
min ted to attend an international
:oTIgress on agriculItire at Dublin dur
ng tile present year, was nve(ctted.
Selator i'oindext'r, of Washington
idressing tile Con ference at (Ite after
tool] session, eharacterized farmiiing
Is the greatest induistry iof the to'
-lon and congratullated 1he National
Board 1pon its decision to elect
i permanentt home in the capital where
its members coul keep inl close
ouch with i the goverimenti31. Anl ex
eriene d farlier should be selected
to iead the deparitment of' agriculitire.
he said, and the farmeris should be
giv that freedoni of action ieces
inry to obtain the greatest Io.sible
.\Maurice MeAuliffe, president of the
farmers union of Iansas, said the
Co-operative ven tures of farlers in
'it tTUlited States already handled
bilsiniess of one million dollars an
nually and shold easily increase six
Limes that figure .Within a decade. lie
ilnd other speakers warned of the ob
siructive tactics which would be made
when this activity lhegan to "make a
lent in tile business of the wholesal
Such Is Human Nature.
Tile man Who does tIle itost com
pitliig when an nutoiiobile breaks
dJown\t is always tile one who is wtit
Ing for more ride instend of the one
who hafts to fix it.
. FROM LUMBAGO
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whole family. The big bottle is econ
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