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December 30 1905 THE SUN SUNMONSIEUR SUNMONSIEUR 1 1M
I MONSIEUR M 0 N S lEU R BE4VC4IREBooth R BE4VC4IRE E UC IRE
By Booth Tarkington n
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CHAPTER VI VIIn VIIn VIIn
In the outer room Wintorsot unable to find
Lady Mary and supposing her to have joined Lady
Rellerton disposed of his negus then approached
the two visitors to pay his respects to the young
prince whom ho 10 discovered to be a 1 stripling of seven ¬
teen arrogantlooking but pretty as a girl Stand Standing ¬
lug beside the Marquis do Mirepoix a man of quiet
bearing bearing1m ho was surrounded by a group of the great greatamong grcntBmong greatamong
among whom Mr r Nash naturally counted himself himself1M
1M w The Beau was felicitating himself that the foreigners
had not arrived a week earlier in which case he and
Bath would have been detected in a piece of gross
ignorance concerning the French hohilitymnking nobility making
much of de Mirepoixs exbarber exbarberTis ex barbur barburTis
Tis a lucky thing that fellow f was got out of
the way he ejaculated under cover coverThank covmThank coverThank
Thank mo for it rejoined Wintorsot 1Vintersetj
j An attendant begged Mr Nashs notice The
head bailiff sent word yord that Beaucaire had long since sinceentered tilnccentered sinceentered
entered the building by a side door It was sup
posed Mr Nash had known of it and the French Frenchro lronohman Frenchmull
ro man < m was not arrested as Mr Molyneux was in his hiscompany hiRcompnny hiscompany
company and said he would be answerable for him
Consternation was so plain on the Beaus trained
face that the Duke leaned towards him anxiously IlUxiom IlUxiomThe
The villains in and Molyneux hath gone mad I
Mr Bantison who had been fiercely elbowing his hisway hisway hisway
way toward them joined heads with them the n You Youmay Youmuy Youmay
may well say he is in he exclaimed and if you youwant youwnnt youwant
want to know where why in yonder card room 1 1saw 1BILW Isaw
saw him through the halfopen half open door doorWhats doorWhats doorWhats
Whats to bo done 1 asked the Beau BeauSend BeuuSend BeauSend
Send the bailiffs bailiffsFie
Fie fie fid A file of bailiffs 1 The scandal scandalThen sCluldulThen scandalThou
Then listen to me said the Duke Ill select selecthalf seltwthnlf selecthalf
half a dozen gentlemen explain the matter mutt r and andwell nmlwell andwell
well put him in the center of us and take him out outto outto outto
to the bailiffs Twill appear nothing Do you youremain yourcnmin youremain
remain here u re and keep keeptho the attention of Beaujolais and anddo nmldo amiddo
do Mirepoix Come Bantison fetch Townbrake and andHarry amIHarry amidHarry
Harry Three Rakell yonder Ill bring the otherst others othersThree otlwrH1hree
t Three minutes later his Grace of If Winterset flung flungwide ntUlgwitie dungwide
wide the card room door and after his friends had hadentered hudentered hadentered
entered closed it itAh itAh itAlf
Ah remarked M Beaucaire quietly Six Sixmore Sixmoro Sixmore
more large men menThe menTho menThe
The Duke seeing 8lmin Lady J Mary started but the theangry theungry theangry
angry signs of her interview had not left her face faceand fncunnd faceand
and reassured him He offered his hand to conduct conducther
her to the door May I have the honor honorI
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If this is to bo known twill bo bettor if I leave leaveafter leuvunftm leaveafttrI
after afttrI I should bo observed if I wont now nowAs nowu nowAs
u As you ou will madam ho answered not dis displeased displeauied displeased ¬
pleased And now you 01 impudent villain ho hoglut ho IKJgun hogan
gun turning to M Beaucairo Bea teaire but to fall back backastounded huekIstOlliulml backastounded
astounded Oils blood the dog hath murdered and androbbed IltHlrohbml androbbed
robbed some royal prince I Ilo forgot Lady lly Marys MaryspreseiKo Maryspresume MlnYRIucsumu
presume in his excitement Lay hands on him lml I he heshouted 1mtlhoutml lieshouted
shouted Tear those orders from him himMolyneux hminrlMolyneux I I1lol
Molyneux 1lol ucux threw himself f between One word wordhe wort wortho l
ho cried Cl l tl One word before you offer of Tor an outrage outrageyou
you ou will repent all your ur lives livesOr livsOr livesOr
Or lot M do Winterset como alone laughed laughedM
11 Beaucaire BeaucaireDo Ih lllln i r rDo
Do you ou expect XptC t me to light r a cutthroat barber barberand luUhulnutl
and with bare hands handsI
I think one does not ex lXIUO poo1 monsieur nr to light lightanybody fightIUl lightartybedy
anybody IUl hody Would I light you IOU you think Y That was waswhy Williwh wastvly
why wh I had my servants that evening tlmhl wo play pln I Iwould r rwuuhl Iwould
would gladly light almos any lIlY one in the 1m wore lintI but
1 did not wish to soil my lutnd iII III with a aStuff nStuff aStuff
Stuff his lying I illg mouth with his orders I shouted shoutedthe
the Duke DukeBut 1ukeBitt uk ukHut
But Molynuux 11ol IuX still held the gentlemen back One Onemoment Ommouumt Omitmoment
moment ho cried criedM
M do WintorHot said Hlt el Beaucaire of what are areyou nrlynu areyou
you afraid Y You calculate well tII Beaucairo might mighthave mighthave
have been belief helinfun an imposter that you ou yourself yourselfexpose ymuHlIfXPOHl yourselfexpOse
expose Y Never But I was not goin reveal that thatsecret thllt1Cllt thatsecret
secret You have not absolve me of my m promise promiseToll
Toll what you ou like answered the Duke I > nlm Tell IIIlt1Inil Tellall tellall
all the wild lies you have time for You have livenlimiutes live liveminutes Uvomiuuteli
minutes to make up your om mind to go quietly
Now you absolve mo then 1 Jin In ha Oh yeslllndvmoiselle yes yesMademoiselle 1 1ltntlmlohmllt
Mademoiselle ho II bowed to Lady Mary I have the thohonor Uwhonor thehonor
honor to ruqties you tlU leave the room You nn shall miss misxno
no details if those o frions of yours kill me on time thohonor thuhouol timehonor
honor of a French gentleman gentlemanA lIltimnnuj
j A French 1 what t Y laughed Bantison BantisonDo iltntison1o
Do you dare tin hI keep up the pretense Y cried Lord Lcrd1otvnbrako LordTownbrake LcHt1lownhmk
Townbrake Know you villain barber that your yourmaster yourIIUlHWr yournuastor
master the Marquis do Mirepoix is in the next nextroom nuxtroom nextroom
room roomlfolyunnx
Molynoux heaved a great sigh of relief Shall ShallI
I = He turned to M Boaucairo BoaucairoThe
The hu young man laughed and said 1 Toll him himcomo himcornu hintcollie
como here at n t oncu oneeimpudent oncuImpudent OIweImpmlnut
Impudent to the last cried ric Bantison asMolyneux as asMolyneux IlHMolynoux
Molyneux hurried from the room roomNow roomNow roostNote
Now you goin to we M Boaucairos master mastersaid mllHtmHuid rlntstemsaid
said Beaucairo to Lady Mary Tis true what I Isay IImy 1say
say the other night Il I cross from Franco in his hilit
t
suite my passport say UH his barber Then to passtime pass passthe pntMtho
the ennui of exile I como to Bath and play for what whatone whntono
one will It kill the time But when tho people peoplehour
hour I have beon a servant they come only secretly secretlyand H secretlyanti crot pmilio pmiliohcltl y ynml
and there is one of them thomJao he has absolve mo of a apromise nIl1umilin apronmise
promise not to si HImkof ak of him I learn something ho hocannot hclllI1nnt hocannot
cannot wish to be to I make Homo trouble to learn learnthis I learnthis nrn nrnthlli
this thing Why hy I should do this Y Well Volltlmt that is ismy iKm islimy
my m own rizon So I make this man help holll me in a amasque IImlHltl anutsque
masque mlHltl UlI tho unmasking it was for as there t lOru is 110 noone 110ono 110ant
one to know mo I throw off my m black wig and IHI IHIcomo huOIllO hocome
como mysolf m myselfmutt tmlfnml and so 1 am Clwteaurion Castle Nowholu No Nowhere Nowhere ¬
where Then this man I use this Wintorsot Wintorsotho
ho
U I have great nod to dUllY those accusations accusationssaid 1 1Hldel
said tilt Duke DukeNay DukeNay uku ukuNny
Nay said Lady lJII Mary wearily
Shall 1 toll yuu why I nuts bo Victor and andlieiimmiru nuellIlluwnim analIlrmtuemdme
lieiimmiru and Ghatoaurion and not myself mysolfTo Y Yeo
To I osoajjo IiCU IUI from the bailiffs for debts for razors raorsant 1Il7JHItIll razorsruin
ant ruin soap Hon so11li p gibed giltldLord Lord Townbrako TownbrakoNo
No monsieur muuHimlrln In Franco O I have gob a cousin cousinwho couHinwhu cousintyke
who is a man with a very bad temper at some time timeand tintouml timoand
and ho will never enjoy his relatives to do what hoHoes ho hodoes hodom
does not wish wishHo WIHhUn
Ho was interrupted by a 1 loud commotion from fromwithout frumwithout fromWithout
without The ho door was lung open and tIlt young
Count of Beau BeltujolaliHhnUlulttlin BcuujoliiiH joials hounded in and throw his arms ariasabout armsabout nrinKnhont
about the nock 11m of M Boaucairo BoaucairoPhilippe Ileuuairo1hilippoI I It
t Philippe I ho cried or l My brother I have como comoto comuto comato
to take you back with mo moM mOlM urichI
M do < Miropoix 1lIruloi followed him bowing as a court courtior eourtier cHlltitr
ior in deference but M Boaucairo took both his hishands hlHhn hisha
hands hn IItlH heartily Molynoux lfI no1tx came after with Mr Mrft 111lu hirNasi1
ft Nasi1 ash lu h and closed tho door doorMy doorhty 1001My
My warmest felicitations said time Marquis MarquisTJioro 1nrtlulliIUro Marquisllmcro
TJioro is no longer need for your incognito incognitoThou
Thou best of masters 1 said Boaticairo Jlntwnl ru touch touching tOllchiu t1nchlug ¬
ing iu him fondly on tho shoulder I know Your Yourcourier YourcuuuInr Yomlu
courier lu Ijna came safely And so I am forgiven Hut HutI Butfmgut
I forgot lie turned to the lady She had IIlJulltotlmhlo begun begunto
to totlmhlo tremble exceedingly Faires of all tho Knglish hinglislmfair It Knglishfair lIJtliHhfnir
fair ho said as the gentlemen bowed low to her deep deepcourtesy cltmpcnur41IiY dt t tcourttasy
courtesy I beg tho honor to presen to Lady Mary
Carlisle M lo Cornte do Beaujolais M do tloMIIo tloMIIopoix Miro hfieepoix Miropoix ¬
poix has already tilt honor Lady Mary has boon boonvery bmmVJY Istnvary
very kind to me m my frionV rion nuns you tints inun1 nHI > > help mo to tomake tnmnl tomake
make mnl my aeknowludgmentk acknowledgment Mademoiselle and gentltuauam gen gentlemen HlmtJuwu ¬
tlemen will you givo mo that favor to detain you youone youone
one install Y
Continued on Tenth Pago
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Florida Editors on the Gumocracy Boycott
Last weeks Jacksonville Sun is full of tho thofight thofight tillfight
fight between it and tho Naval Stores Combine com combine combinc ¬
bine and in tho spaces once filled with ads adsbut nclsbut adsbait
but taken out through the influence of the theNaval thoNavnl theNaval
Naval Stores men prints In Momoriams MomoriamsFight llmnorinmsFight MenumrrattlSFight
Fight it to a finish LEnglo LI nglo if it takes all allwinter nIlwintcr allwinterGainesville
winter winterGainesville Gainesville Elevator ElevatorEditor JmevutorEditor ElevatorEditor
Editor LEnglo stirred up a hornets nest nestwhen Iwstwhen nestwhen
when he published in The Sun the story of ofGum ofGum ofGum
Gum The power of money mone has never neverbeen neverbeen neverbeen
been more shamefully displayed than the theappearance thoappearance theappearance
appearance of The Sun last week which whichcontained whichcontained whichcontained
contained many headstones erected to to > tho thomemory thomcrnory thememory
memory of advertisements which had been beenappearing heenappearing beenappearing
appearing in the spaces but which because becauseof
of tho Gum story had been peremptori peremptorily > > ri rily ¬
ly discontinued discontinuedlIadison Madison New EnterpriseFifteen Enterprise EnterpriseFifteen nterpriseFifteen
Fifteen ads were removed from the col columns columns columns ¬
umns of The Sun LEnglos and Taylors Trtylorspaper Taylorspaper 1t ylors ylorspaper
paper last week because they The Sun Sunwould Sunwould Sunwould
would not bow the pregnant hinges of the theknee theknee theknee
knee that thrift might follow fawning fawningWell fawningWell fawningWell
Well brothers weve been boycotted once onceourselves onceourselves onceourselves
ourselves but today the Index is stronger strongerthan Htrongerthan strongerthan
than it over was and it has tho satisfaction satisfactionof
of seeing the ideas that it advanced and for forwhich forwhich forwhich
which it was boycotted adopted by practi practically prnotically practically ¬
cally a unanimous unan lnoua vote of the citizens of ofCity ofLake ofLake
Lake City The Sun adopted the policy of ofcu
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the Index If its right print it no mat matter Inltttor matter ¬
ter who it hurts lime Index suggests suggeststhat Huggeststlmt suggeststhat
that a list of tho firms that boycotted rIm ThoSun rImSun I11eSir
Sun bo kept standing in all tho papers of oftho oftho ofthe
tho State with tho request that the people peopleallow I peopleallow > eopJonUnw
allow it to work the other way wnyLuko Lake City CityIndex CityIndex CityIndex
Indexlime Index IndexThe Indexrho
The Sun Jacksonvilles J bright weekly weeklyhas weeJdv1mB
has plunged d into a sea of trouble by daring daringto
to say some things about certain turpentine turpentineoperators turpentineopornurH turpentineoperators
operators schemes Only the rich can < af afford afford atford ¬
ford to be brave dear brother Sometimes Sometimestho
the poor J 1 dare but they must be able to t do dotheir dotheir 10their
their own drudgery and live on grits if they theysurvive tlwyBurvive theysurvive
survive And we wonder sometimes if the thedear thodear tlwdoar
dear public whose cause tho bravo editors editorsespouse editorHeHpoUSO editorsespouse
espouse are after all worth tho sacrifice sacrificefor
for they seldom appreciate it at its full fullvalue fullvalucArclldia fullvalueACCrulia
value valucArclldia Arcadia Champion ChampionThe
The Jacksonville Sun last week makes makestho mnkesthe makesthe
the editorial announcement that a number numberof
of its advertisers have been forced to chopout drop dropout dropout
out by threats of a boycott from the turpen turpentine turpent turpentine ¬
tine t nu interests ts if they did not do so and rtn1backs andbacks IlndhllCkH
backs it up with a copy of a letter from tho thoproprietor thoproprietor theproprietor
proprietor of the Aragon Motel to that effect effectIf t fTwtIf
If this allegation he true things have come colicto cometo OII1Cto
to a pretty pass and Tho Sun will bo 0 the thegainer tlwgainer thegunner
gainer in the long run if it has the backing hncJdngI
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to hold on with Tho matter Unit Tho Sunalleges Sun Sunalleges SunItllogmJ
alleges brought this about was tho disclosure disclosurelast
last week of what purported Utrpolh to bo the inner innerhistory innorhiHtorv innerhistory
history of tho deal whereby tho ExportCompany Export ExportCompany xJJrtCompnny
Company I which was the company organized organizedby
by tau operators was knocked out of business busi business hUHiIWBH ¬
ness by the naval stores trust Such ac actions netiOJ1H actions ¬
tions will go far to convince tho people whimlIai who whohad whohad
had their money in the Export Company ornpany of ofa
a sellout a thing that was more than hint hinted hintml ¬
ed at during the recent meeting in Jackson Jacksonville JucksonvilloDoiunink Jacksonvi11e1el1iutimtk ¬
ville villoDoiunink DoFuniak Breeze BreooTho Breezerho BreezeThe
The Jacksonville JackHon v ill 0 Sun is now being lx boy boycotted boycotted > y ycotted
cotted by hy1t a number of tho business men of ofthat ofthnt ofthat
that city The boycott was brought about alxwtby ahoutby aboutby
by the naval stores operators as a punish punishment puniahment punishrrlent ¬
ment for publishing an article two weeks weeksago weekHngo weeksago
ago Tho Sun claims that an agent of tho thooperators thoopcrators tireoperators
operators went around to tho various variotsadvor variotsadvortifers adver advertisers advertisers ¬
tisers and demanded that they take their theiradvertisements thoirndvertiHmnenta theiradvertisements
advertisements out of tho paper Several Severalcomplied Severnlcomp1id Severalcomplied
complied with tho request and The Sun Sunfilled Sunfilled Sunfilled
filled in the spaces mado vacant by with withdrawing withdrnwing ¬
drawing 1 the advertisements by erectingmonuments erecting erectingmonuments erectingmonumentH
monuments sacred to tho memory of etc etcThis etcPhiAis etcIbis
This PhiAis is piobably Claude LEnglos LI nglos first ex cxperimel experience exImrieHwu ¬
perience > with u boycott boycottThe
The m ho boycott is an old weajxm in Volusia Volusiacounty Voluainounty OIUsirlCounty
county and has been tlSe used l against Tho News Newsfor NowCorM Newsfor
for CorM lo flieste th Yu many years
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