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SERIAL STORY G) hen a JfCan JfCarries By MARY ROBERTS RINEHART jfuthor of The Circular Staircase, The ff(Can In Lower Ten, Etc. OoprlgM IWt. br th DobU-Marrlll Co. SYNOPSIS. June Wilson or Jimmy on ho la called by his friend, was rotund and look ed ahorter than lis really wan. His ambition In life was to be Latum seriously, but people steadily refuted to do so, his art Is considered a huge joke, except to himself, If ho asked people to dinner ov eryone expectmT a frolic Jimmy marries Bella ICnowlcs, they llvo together a year and are divorced, Jlmmy'a friends ar range to catebratn the flrit anniversary of his dlvoroo. The party la In full awing when Jimmy rccetvra a telisram from his Aunt Hellna, who will arrive In four hours to visit him anil his wife: He nrglocts to tell her of his divorce. Jimmy takes Kit Into his confidence. Ho aurauiita that Kit nlny the hosts for one night, be Mrs. Wilson pro teas. Aunt Sellna arrlvea and Iho deception works out as planned. Jim's Jap servant la taken III. Delia, Jimmy's divorced wife, enters the house Aiid asks Kit who la being taken away In tli ambulanee? Belle Insists It I Jim. kit tells her Jim la well and la In tho house, Harbison steps but on the porch find discovers a man tacking a card on tho door, lto domands ait explanation. The man paint tevthh placard and Hnr. bison sees the word. "Hmallp.ox" printed on- It. He tells htm tho guests nannot leavo the lioueo until the quarantine Is lifted. After the lifting of tho quarantine several lot tons aro found In the mull box undelivered, one In addressed to Henry Llewellyn, Inulnue, Chile, which was written by Harbison, He describes ml- Iiutoly of their Incarceration, also of his nfatuatlon for Mrs, Wilson. Aunt Sellna s taken III with la grippe. Hatty acts as nurse. Harbison rtndn Kit sulking on the roof. Blie tolls him that Jim has been treating her outrageously. Kit start downstairs, when suddenly she Is grasped In thn arms of a man who kisses her sev eral tlmos. Biie belletea that Harbison did It and la humiliated. Aunt Bollna tells Jimmy that her camoo broastpln and other articles of Jewelry have heon stolon. Hho accuses netty of the theft. Jimmy tolls Aunt Hellna all about the strange happenings, but she persists In suspecting Hetty of lira theft of her valuablos. Harbison demands an explanation from Kit s to her conduct towards him, she tolls him of tho Incldont on the roof, ho does not deny nor confirm her accusation. Aunt Sellna Is awakened during the nlshtl alio finds Jim making love to liella; thn demands an explanation from, Jim, Delia reveals the whole plot to Aunt Sellna. Sho forgives both of them, but calls Kit a Jezebel. She tells -Jim to reveal the true situation to Harbison. Jimmy Is taken 111; liella tells tho .guests that sViols have broken out on his body, They aro convinced that Jim' has the dreaded disease. CHAPTER XXI. A Bar of Soap. Late that evening Detty Mercer and Da.Uan were writing verses of condo lence to bo signed by hit of ua ana cut under tho door Into Jim's room 'when Delia came running down the atalrs. Dal was reading tile first verse when site came. "Listen to this, Delia," ho said triumphantly: There was a fat artist named Jao, Who cruelty called his friends nas. When, altho' shut up tight. Ho broko out over night "With a rash that Is muddonlng, ho olaa, Then he caught night of Holla's face as she stood In tho doorwny,and ntopped. "Jim Is delirious!" Bho announced tragically. "You shut him In thero all alone and now he's dollrloua. I'll never forgive any of you." "Dellrlousl" everybody exclaimed. "He was sane enough when I took hint his chicken broth," Mr. Harbison said. "He was almost fluent" "He Is stark, staring crasy," Holla Insisted hysterically, "I I looked the door carefully when I went down to ny dinner, and whoa I came up It it was unlocked, and Jim was babbling on the bed, with a sheet ever his, fane. Ho he says the bouse ts Kauri ted and ho wants all the men to come up and sit In the room with him." "Not on your life," Max said. "I am young, and say career has only begun, I don't intend to be out off In the flower of my youth, Dut I'll tell you what I'll do; I'll take bin a drink. I can tie it to a pole or something." Dut Mr, Harbison did not sinllo. He was thoughtful tor a mlnuto, Then: "I don't believe be is delirious," ha said quietly, "and I wouldn't be sur prised if be has bapponod on some thing that will be of gonural Inter est I think I will stay with him to night" After that, of course, uono of tho otbsf s would ' coafqaa that he was afraid, so with tho South American leading, they all went up atairu. Tho women of the party sat on the lower steps and listened, but overytblng was quiet. Now and thou we could bear the sound of voices, and aftor a whllo there was a rapid slamming of doors and the sound of soma one running down to tbo Bocond floor. Then quiet again. In an hour or so they sont for Flan algan, and he went upstairs. Ho came down again soon, however, and returned with something over hlsiarm that looked like a rope. It socmed to be made of all kinds of things tied together, trunk straps, clotbeallno, bed shvMttr, and something that Flannlgan piloted to with rage and said ho hadn't been able, to keep his clothes M all day, He refused to explain fur thor, however, and trailed the nonde script article up tho stairs. We could only gazo after him and wonder what It all meant Tho conclave lasted tar into tho night Tho fcminlno contingent Went to bed, but not to sleep. Some tirno after midnight, Mr. Harbison and Max went down-stairs and I c6uld hear them rattling around testing win dows and burglar alarms. Dut fin ally every ono Bottled down and the rest of the night was quiet. Dotty Morccr camo Into my room the noxt morning, Sunday, and said Anno Drown wanted mo. I went over at onco, and Anne was sitting up in bed, crying. Dal had slipped out of tho room at daylight, sho said, and hadn't como back. Ho had thought sho was aelcop, but sho wasn't, and sho know lto was dead, for nothing over made Dal get up on Sunday be fore noon, Thoro was no ono moving in tho bouso, and I hardly know what to do. It wnn Dotty who said sho would go up and rouse Mr. Harbison and Max, who had taken Jim's placo In tho studio. Sho started out bravely enough, but In a minute wo heard her flying back. Anno grow perfectly white "Ho's lying on tho uppor stalrat" Dotty cried, and wo all ran out It was qultotruo. Dal was lying on tho stairs in a bath-robo, with ono of Jim's Indian war-clubs in his hand. And bo was sound asleep. He looked somowhat embarrassed when bo roused and saw us standing around. Ho said ho was going to piny & practical Joko on somebody and fell asloop in tbo middle of it. And Anno said ho wasn't even nn Intolllgont liar, and wont back to. bod in a temper. Dut Dotty came In with mo, and wo Bat nnd looked at each other and didn't say much. Tho situation vao beyond us. The doctor lot Jim out next day, thero having boon nothing tho matter with him but a stomach rash. Dut Jim was changed; he mooned around Delia, of course, as boforo, but bo was abstracted at times, and all that day- Sunday he wnndorod off by himself, nnd ono would como acrosB him un expectedly in tho banomont or along some of tho unused back halls. Aunt Bollna hold sorvlce that morn ing. Jim Enid that he always had a prayer-book, but that he couldn't And Felt Very Mournful. anything with bo many peoplo In tho bouso, So Aunt Sellna read somo ro llglotis poetry out of tho nowspapors, and Rave ua n vnluablo talk on Decep tion 'voraus Honoety, with mo as tho illustration. Almost everybody took a nnp aftor luncheon. I stayed in tho don and road Ibson, and folt very mournful. And aftor Hedda hud shot herself, I lay down on tho divan and crlod a lit tle over Hedda; sho was young and it was such a traglo ondtug and then I foil asloop. When I wakened Mr. Harbison was standing by tho table, and ho hold my book in, his hands. In vlow of the armed neutrality betwoen us, I ex pected to soo him bow to mo curtly, turn on bis heel and leave the room. Indeed, consldortng his stato of minll tho night before, I should hardly havo been surprised It he had thrown Hod da at my bead, (This Is not a pun. I dotoit them.) Dut instoad, when ho heard mo move ho glancod over at me and even smiled a little. "She; wasn't worth it." he said, in dicating the book. "Worth whatT" "Your toara. You were crying over It, weren't yout" "Sho was very unhappy I assorted tndlfforently. "Sho was raarrlod and she lovo'd some one else." "Do you really think Bho did?" ho asked. "And, evon so, was that a rea son?" "Tho other man cared for her; ho may not havo been ablo to help it." "Dut he know that she was mar ried," bo said virtuously, and thon ho caught my eyo and he saw tho analogy Instantly, for he colored hotly and put down tho book. "Most men argue that way," I said, "They arguo fcy tho book, and thoy do as thoy like." Ho picked up a Japanoso Ivory pa per weight tram tho table, and stood balancing It aoross his finger. "You aro porfoctly right," he said at last. "I desorvo It all. M,y griev ance is at myself. Your your boauty, and tho fact that I thought you woro unhappy, put me beatdo raysolf. It is not an excuse; tt Is a woak ex planation, I will not forgot mysolt JEIe was as abjoct as any ono could have wished, It was my mlnuto of triumph, but I. can not pretond that I was nappy, Evldontly It bad beon only a passing impulse, It he had really cared, now that bo know I was treo, he would have forgotten him sj- r till self n?aln nt onco. Then a new ex planntion occurred to mo. Suppose it had been Delia all tho timo, atd the real shock had been to find that she had boon married! "Tho fault of tho sltuntlon was real ly mlno," I said magnanimously; "1 qulto blame myself. Only, you must bollovo ono thing. You never fur nished us any amusement" I looked at him sldcwlse. Tho discovery that Dolla and Jim woro onco tnarrlod muahavo boen a groat shock. "It was a surprise," ho replied even ly, His voice and his eyes woro in scrutablo. Ho roturned my glance steadily. -It was Infuriating to hava gono half-way to meet him, as I had, and then to find him Intrenched In hit self-sufllcloncy again. I got up. "It is unfortunate that our acquaint tar co has begun so unfavorably," I re marked, preparing to pass him. "Un der othor circumstances wo might havo been friends." "Thoro is only ono solace,"' ho said, "When wo do not havo friends', 'ws can not lose them." Ho oponcd tho door to lot mc pas out, and as our oyes met, all tho cold ness died out of his. Ho hold out bla hand, but I was hurt I refused to soo it. "Kit!" ho said unsteadily. "I I'm an obstlnato, pig-hearted bruto. I am sorry. Can't wo bo frlonds, after all?" " 'Whon wo do not havo frlonds wa can not loso them,'" I replied with cool raallco. And the noxt Instant the door closod bohlnd mo. It was that night that tho really serious ovent of tho quarantine oo- currod. Wo were gatbored In tho library, and overybody was deadly dull. Aunt Sellna said she had been reared to a strict observance of tho Sabbath, nnd sho refused to go to bod early. Tho cards and card-tables were put away and ovory ono sat around nnd quar reled and wns generally nasty, excopt Delia and Jim, who had gono into the den Just aftor dinner and firmly closod tho door. I think it was Just niter Max pro- poscnl to mo. Yob, he proposed to me again that night Ho said that Jim's Illness had decldod him; that any of us might take sick and die, shut In that contaminated atmosphore, and that if ho did he wanted It all settled, And whothor I took him or not ho wantod mo to remombor him kindly If anything happoncd. I roally hated to rofuso him ho was In such deadly oarnest. Dut It was qulto unnecessary for htm to havo blamed his refusal, as ho did, on Mr. Harbison. I am suro I bad refused him plenty of tlmos boforo I had over heard of tho man. Yes, it was JuBt aftor ho proposed to ma that Flannlgan camo to tho door and callod Mr. Harbison out Into tho hall. i Mr. Harbison wont out, muttorlng something about a storm coming up, and Booing that tho tent was secure. Dotty Mercer went with him. Sho had beon nt his beols all ovonlng. and called him "Tom" on ovory noss'lblo occasion. Indeed, sho mnde no secrot of It: sho said that sho was mad about him, and that sho would lovo to llvo In South America. So Dotty went with him. Sho wore a 'pale yollow dinner gown, with Just a .sophisticated touch of black hero and thero, and cut modestly square In tho nock. Hor shoulders aro Bcrawny. And after thoy woro gono not hor shouldors; Mr. Harbison and sho Aunt Sollna announced that tho next day was Monday, that sho had only n wook's supply of clothing with hor, and that no pollcoman who ovor swung a maco should wash her uudorgarmonts for hor. Sho paused a momont, but nobody offered to do It Anno was reading Do Maupassant under cover of a table, and the rost pretended not to hear. After a pauso, Aunt Sellna got up heavily and went upstairs, cqmlng down soon after with a bundlo cov ered with a green shtiwl, and with n white balbrlggan stocking trailing from an opening lu It. Sho paused at tho library door, surveyed tho In mates, caught my unlucky oyo and beckoned to me with a relontless fore finger. "Wo can put them to soak tonight," sho confldod to roo, I "and tomorrow they will be quite slniplo to do. Thoro la no laco to spoak of" Dal ralsod his oyebrows "and very little flouncing." Aunt Sellna and I went to the laun dry. It Is strange what big things de velop from little ones. In this case It was a bar of soap. And If Flannlgan bad used aa inUch soap aB he should have Instead of washing up tho kitch en floor with cold dish water, It would have developed Booner. The two moat unexpected events of tbo whole quarantine occurred that night at the Bamo time, ono on the root and ono In the cellar. Tbo collar ono, al though curious, waa not so sorloua at tho other, bo It comes first, (TO BE CONTINUEp.) Culture. Thus thoro is a climbing scale ot culturo, from the first agrooablo sen sation which a sparkling gem or a Bcarlet stain affords tho eyos, up through fair outlines and details ot tho landscapo, features ot tho human face and form, signs and tokens ot thought and character tn manners, up to tho Ineffable mystorles ot the intel lect Whorover we begin thlthor our steps tend; an ascent from tho Joy of a borao and his trappings, up to the perception ot Newton, that tho globe on which we rtdo la only a larger ap- plo falling from a larger treo; up to tho perception ot Plato, that globe and universe are rude and early ex pressions ot an all-dissolving unity the first stair on tho scale to the torn- plo ot tho mind. Emerson, v LJimgsstH Tf "BN wo lift the man at tho T desk. Wo lift the laborer ot the plow; When from one a measure of wrong wo sift, Two measures are righted somehow. -J. D. Miller. THE AUTOMOBItE HAMPER. A protty salad that is onsy to servo out In the open is a pineapple salad, served In lemon cups, placed in a nest of lettuco. Tho pineapple may be either fresh or canned; garnish with n spoonful ot mnyonnatso. This salad may be kept with Its ingredients sep arate until tho time of serving. Basket 8alad. Tbo basket may bo mado of green peppers cut In tho form of baskets aud flllod with any dosircd mixture, or lemon baskets may bo mado. Chicken 8alad. A very nlco and dainty salad can bo mado from canned chicken, using colery and a mayon nalso dressing. The lettuco to sorvo it on may be carried rolled In a cloth after washing. When meat Is to be brollod or cof feo made, carry a heavy pleco of wire screen and a bag of charcoal and a few kindlings. Four stones may bo found to support tho screen and un der It a good, flro may be laid with tho charcoal. Steak may be broiled, or fish, and tho pot of coffeo heated ovor tho samo lire. Soups of all kinds can be quickly prepared from tho canned soups that are such favorites with many. Prince of Watas Cake. Dark part: Cream one-halt a cup of buttor, add a cup of molasses and a cup of Btrong coffeo; sift ono teaspoonful each or soda, nutmeg, cinnamon and cloves, with two cuptuls ot flour. Add three Avell-bcaten egg yolks and a cup of raisins. Light part: Cream one-half cup of butter, add a cup of sugar grad ually. Mix and sift together ono cup ful of flour with half a cup ot corn starch and two tonspoonfuls of baking powder; add tho dry Ingredients al ternately with a half cup of milk. Cut, and fold In' tho whites of threo eggs. Dako In layers. Tho filling may bo simply boiled frosting, nn tbo cako Itself is sufficiently rich with a plain filling. MAN Is the healthiest and haDDlest when ha thinks tha ImuhI aiilier of health or happiness. To forget an HI Is half the battle. A FEAST OF GOOD THINGS. The following are a tow dishes that may be-accoptablo when looking ror somothlng out pf the ordinary: Almopd Pudding. Lino dessert cups with strips of spongo cake. Make a boiled custard ot two eggs, a half cup of sugar and a pint of milk. When cool flavor with vanilla and add two thirds ot a cup of chopped blanched almonds. Chill and serve very cold. Caramel Trifle. Toko threo well boaton eggs, add a half cup ot sugar, one tablospoonful of blanched, chopped almonds, four tablespoonfuls of boil ing wntor, oomo slices of spongo cako, a teaspoonful of almond extract and a tablospoonful of gelatlno. Tako two tablespoonfuls of tho sugar and brown In a saucepan, ndd tho gelatlno dis solved In tbo boiling .water, then tho rost ot the sugar and tho eggs, stir ovor the hoat until thick, but do not boll. Romovo from tho flro and add tbo extract Arrange the slices of cako In a glass dish and decorate with whipped cream and finely chopped al monds. Braised Tongue. Put a fresh tonguo Into a kettle and covor with boiling wator and cook slowly two hours; Tako tho tonguo from tho water and romovo the skin and roota. Place In a cassorolo and surround with a third of a cup each ot celory, carrot and onion, cut In dlco and a sprig of pars ley; then pour over four cups of sauce. Cover closely and slmmor two hours, turning aftor tho first hour. Sauce for the tonguo: Drown one quarter ot a cup ot butter, add one quartor of a cup of flour and stir un til well browned. Add gradually tour cups ot water In which the tonguo was cooked, season with salt and pepper. One and a halt cups ot stewed and strained tomatoes may bo used In stead of tho water. A delicious tea cako may bo made by using any simple cako reclpo, lay on top Just boforo putting Into tho oven sllcod or quartered peachos, sprinkle with sugar and a dusting ot cinnamon, and bako. HE beat Index to character Is not what one says or does, but wliut one enjoys. Grandmother's motto: "Do It and It will b done." SUMMER DISHES, On hot days whon meat dishes are too heavy tor tbo main dish, cscal loped dtsbea of dlfforent sorts are suf ficiently substantial and satisfying. A combination that Is now enough jPlClsW to bo Interesting was only discovered by accident when "threo woro Invited and hero como nlno." Tho dish Is cs callopcd eggs, and for fear tho con tents would not bo enough to go around, a cupful of canned peas woro added to tho egg and white sauco, ma king a combination especially pleas ant Tako a sufllclent numbor of cold, hard-cooked eggs cut in small pieces, put a layer In a buttered baking dish, season with salt, pepper and a low drops of onion Juice, Over this pour a rathor thick wblto sauce made of two tablespoonfuls each of. flour and buttor nnd a cup of milk, salt and pop por to tasto. Then add somo of tho peas, and repeat, leaving tho whlto sauce on top. Sprlnklo with buttered crumbs and bake a goldon brown. This dish might bo varied by adding a fow shroddod green poppor3 that havo boon parboiled, Instead of tho peas. Lot tho vegetables take tho place of meat Another new dish which, bocauBo n necessity was evolved from a Bhort ollowanco of two vegetables: A cupful of fresh mush rooms woro at hand, and they woro added to a dish of creamed potatoes, making that common dish a most dainty ono. Rhubarb should now bo usod gener ously and put up for wlntor use. Spiced aa any fruit, it is delicious as a relish in tho wlntor with moats, and prcsorved with figs and lemons It makos a fine conserve. Use six pounds of plo plant to ono pound of figs, two lemons au'd three pounds ot sugar. Orato tho lemon peel from tho lemon, UBlng only tho yollow part; chop the figs and add the lemon Julco to tbo other ingredlonts, nnd Btand ovor night. In. the -morning cook slowly until thick. During tho hot weather tho body needs more water, so cooling drinks, Juicy fruits and refreshing salads should bo the rulo upon our tables. V W UK life Is nothing but a win tors' dayi Somo only break their fast and go away: Others stay to dinner and depart full fed, The deepest age but sups and goes to ) bed. Quarles. TOMATOE8 AND HOW TO SERVE. Tomatoes contain an acid which Is valuablo In tho body functions. Served fresh alqne or In combination they aro especially wholesome, and sllcod served with cream and sugar thoy rival tho favorite peaches and cream. Drolled tomatoes are an acceptable vegetable. Cut tho tomatoes in halves, romovo tha seeds and tough portion, sprinkle with pepper, salt and tlnoi broad crumbs and broil flvo minutes. Slip on a hot platter, dot with butter, and placo in tho oven five minutes. Serve hot Escalloped Tomato. Rub a baking dish with a cut clove of garlic, lay In sliced tomatoes and sprlnklo with cubes of bread that havo been fried In buttor. Sprlnklo with salt, pepp'or and bits of butter. Sauted tomatoes aro sliced, seasoned nnd dipped In egg and crumbs and tried in a littlo butter. Stuffed Tomatoes. Cut a smooth sllco from tho stem end of tho tomato, leaving them unpoeled, scoop out tho pulp, mix with an equal quantity ot cooked rice, macaroni or bread crumbs. Season with salt, butter and pepper and a few drops of onion Juico. Reflll the tomato shells and cover the tops with tho slices removed. Dako half an hour. Another nlco way to stuff tomatoes, and this dish Is nice for breakfast or luncheon, Is to prepare as above and drop an egg In each shell, placo In the oven and bako until the egg Is Arm. Dot with butter, soason with peppor and salt and servo hot Tomato Omelet. Preparo an omelet and Just before folding It spread with' a tomato pureo, prepared by stowing a cup of tomato, soason well and put through a slovo. Tomatoes a la Itallenne. Mlnco a .clove of garlic, a green popper and an onion. Fry brown In olive oil. Add a pint. of tomntoos and season highly with salt and pepper. Add a heaping teaspoonful ot beet extract Cook slowly until tho mixture Is thick. Spread on slices of toast and put a poached egg on each. Sunday Not Sabbath. "Strange how peoplo got tangled on tho use ot words," said a Jewish wom an recently. "You hoar many Chris tians, especially those ot New England families and even those old English descent, say 'Sabbath' when thoy, mean 'Sunday.' Now, tho word 'Sab bath Is tho Jewish word for 'sev enth.' It has only that meaning, and It Is used commonly when no refer once to a day ot rest is Intended. It is and was applied to the day appoint ed tor rest and religious observance amoug the Jews, because that day Is the seventh day of tbo week. Chris tians who uae It to mean tholr day ot rest do bo with what seems a ridicu lous lack ot congrulty for Sunday Is tbo first day of tbo weok aa every ono knowa and Sabbath cannot be correctly used except as applying to the Bftventh." Vienna Style Sausage A good dish for a Luncheon or Supper. Brown the con tents of a tin of Libby Vienna Sausages in the frying pan and serve with baked potatoes. Easy to serve fine to eat Look for the Libby label which means quality. Libby, McNeill & Libby KB Perhaps. , "Why did Humpty Dumpty sit on the wall?" "Ho probably thought bo could bold it down." Showed Tact of King. It was tho order of tho day at a lato shoot at Sandrlngham that whon pheasants should not bo shot, und ono of the guests brought down a hen which fell near King Edward's place In tbo line. Anxious not to hurt tho offender's feelings by an ovor rebuke, tho king pointed to tho corpus delicti nnd said: "Ah, Qurney, what a man you aro for tho ladles!" Llfo of Ed ward VII. TOOK HER AT HER WORD. - r . Slg Mr. Denton Holme Why. whoro'a tho now chambermaid 7 Mrs. Denton Holme I told her to dust this morning, and au hour later I found that sho bad dusted. WANTED TO SLEEP Curious That a Tired Preacher 8hould Have Such Desire, A minister spoaks of tho curious ef fect of Grape-Nuts food on him and bow It has relieved him. "You will doubtless understand how the suffering from Indigestion with which I used to bo troubled made my work an almost unendurable burden; and why It was that after my Sabbath duties had been performed, sloop was a stranger to my pillow till nearly daylight "I had to bo vory careful as to what I ate, and even with all my care I ex perienced poignant physical distress after meals, and my food nover satis fied me. "Since I began' the use of Grape Nuts tho boneflts I have derived from It aro very definite, I no longer suffer from Indigestion, and I began to Im prove from tho time Qrapo-Nuta ap peared on our table. "I find that by eating a dish ot this food after my Sabbath work is done, (and I always do bo now) my nerves are quloted and rest and refreshing sleep are ensured me. "I feel that I could not possibly do without drape-Nuts food, now that I know Its value. It Is invnrlably on our table wo feel that we need It to make the meal complete and our children will eat Grape-Nuts when they cannot be persuaded to touch anything else." Name given by Tostum Co., Dattla Creek, Michigan. Read the famous booklet, "The Road to Wollvllle," In pkgs. "There's a Reason.' Brer read tils' above latter? A mow appears fxoia tlmm to time. Ty are acaulae, trae, asd fall ( hmatM latcscat.