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T' S JUST M CLUNE "
Bu He Was a Hero Who Held the World in Light Poea Friendd' s ake de Laid Downd mSe LiAs Without a Murmur. Chtbltry mot Dead, but to the Hearts of o Teouth as Truly as Uver It Waee. [Written for Tnx IIrLuA INDaPNra. NTr I SHEY HAVEN'T ''HE STAMINA." The Professor of Greek, sitting on his comfortable settee just outside the ropes during a famousnmath,was laying down rules irritably to the professor of Latin on the decay of chivalry in the rieing generation. "I was a child of the war myself," ob jeoted the professor of Latin, "and I know how the soldiers of out-going regiments looked as they et ained out of their ear windows gazing at us. But if another erisis comes, that boy out there on the diamond would no to the front with just as little fuse as-a brother of mine did, thirty years ago." And the professor's blonde face flushed. The professor of Greek followed the di rection of the other's pointing arm. "Why that's just McClune!" said he. At this moment time was declared, with victory for the academy. and McClune, a strapping figure in the captain's belt, was cheered and borne off the field in noisy but uncomfortable state. "1 say, Smith." said this MeClune a little later, when the 'bus dropped the academy team at the station, "I've got to have these tickets straightened. I he bloody goose of a conductor took off double fare. He goes up with as, I hear." "No, he don't. He takes the special down, but there'll be time for a hack at him if you're sharp. Our train leaves first." "That's he. Come along Smith. You saw him take 'em off." Before them on the second track lay the academy train, which consisted of a couple of rocking cars full of roaring young humanity. The first track seemed very much cleared; but it was thus, no doubt, Jor the city special. which would back in as soon as the academy boys moved out. The conductor in question, not a first class man for his place anyway. and to-day "worried" by the students, and at the last moment to his intense disgust finding him self assigned to their returning train in. stead of the special, turns on MeClune savagely. "No such thing. I didn't take a mile more's your fare." "But see." cried McClune and Smith, thrusting forward the book of tickets and beginning to count. But the anger on the face before them changes to panic, and as the excited youths become conscioue suddenly of shouts and gesticulations, they feel a hot wave and turn to see the great locomotive of the through express coming down upon them. There is room on this little platform be tween the tracks if they keep cool heads. The conductor drags MeClune mechani eally up the steps of the academy train; and MoClunos turns to Smith, but Smith has stepped off, and bewildered by the fran tio cries which resound on all sides has completely lost his head and is looking helplessly to rieht and left. So near that MoClune could almost touch them, stood a line of pale people staring at him with that absorbed, awful directness whieh comes on our faces when we meet death ourselves, or witness others meet him. As he jerked himself free of the con ductor and leaped down on the track he had a glimpse of his own train rimming him in on the other side, so that a flicker ing thought of the walls of faces around the gladiators in the arena rose in his mind. And then, picking up Smith in his strong arms, he fairly threw him to the bystand PICKED UP RMITH IN HIR STRONG ARMS. ere. Smitll landed all right, but the laws of space and motion are inexorable, and there was no time left for McClune. McClone was stunned, of course, but re pained his senses sooner than was expected. He aroused himself to a surprised sense of being in the station waiting room in stead of a car. And then he remembolred. His clothing was his first thought, for he was ai poor boy, working his way, and the suit he was in was his btest; somehow he did not seem to be able to work his neck, and after rn attempt, eager enough, but so pitifully ineffectual it was imperceptible, he gave up trvinuI to survey his person. T'here was a great oior of drugs. People were working ove: his limbs. It seemed odd if they did not hurt himn. Ho won dered if the tramn had left. "This is too bad,"' he said again despond ently. "Tlhe Prex paid rme in advance to day for his woodpile." McClune was an honorable man and the captain of the nine; and in the great democratic acadeumy no one drennamed of comumenting rn the fact of his sawing wood and weeding gardens for the faculty to aid his ways anlld means. "I've spent the money; and here I amI, likely to be laid up for weeks. omrnething's up with my legs. 'there's not a nite of feelng in them. An engine slowed outside. and a famous surgeon hastily sunmmoned frolm the city stepped off the oabooser end went in to Mc Clons. The blonde professor of Latin, whom the students nicknamed Flutffy, camane out of the strange stillnese and twilrght with brandy, which MoClune swallowed some what painfully. "Where are the boys, sir?" he said. But with reviving strength the twilight became daytime again to McCdlunre, and he e.w that some of them were there with him. What on earth was his stern professor of Greek crying for? "I'm sorry you waited for me." he said to pallid Smith, whose face was down by his on the pillow. "It's so inconvenient for the rest. And I guess I've got to walt till next train anyway." Twilight began to thloken again, inolos ing Fluffy and Smith with him. By this time there was a group of medi cal men by the hastily made bed, hlfting him gently, endeavoring to make his posi tion more easy, but saying nothing yet about his lege. McdClnne wondered at their leisurely ways but made no oomment. keeping up a nervous talk with the profes sor of Latin and with Smith upon the ball match. Someway everybody avoided men tion of the accident. Cho surgeon finished his e umiPdatlon eatilyn painles-atd a few wtppil.P1, 4ad nseemd to be blnt . musow h am ianI " totied to Now" this areat iat as aceon me' to pr sntenuea, t. hi ofealuonal cai" .isoomk him, a oce down Into tho ung, brave eyes,- , . , "Do n you ant me to tell vou ' "Is it eo bad as that, re" with a sudden white despair paling across hi face as a old pases. How moon?' as. n a'be ciculatonlStp t upii" e s ed the next qu tll ',.. M my boyi i> if. Lai ont," reaching foth tb thhpro tessor of Latin, "won't yon write to my father; the Rev. John MeClane, Ooffeyville, Kan. Tell him the insurance is all right. I'm insured, sir, for father, for a thousand dollars, and I sent off an assessment this morning. One dollar and seventy-fire cents. Dloctor 8ouls paid me in advance for entting up his wood so I could send it. lat, and the letter went on the 11 o'alosk mail. Tell Clarkson h can he ave that ten nia racket for that money-he's offered ma two-fifty for it-add pay the doctor, please. Thee's no other debt. I wish Jones could .have my job of sweeping the halls. I know he needs it." "And, Mr. Lamont, don't have them send me home. Father will want it done, but he can't afford it. His salary is dreadfully small. And don't let them run up a big bill for-for thins, you know. Fathe: thinks I'm going to anuceed and get him out of the woods, and it's the least I can do to not swamp him with expense about about this." It was eight o'clock in the morning in-the spacious chapel of the academy, The bell was flinging out its last peals and all the faculty were on their platform. ' The professor of Grseek and the professor of Latin looked haggard. But the professor of Greek rose and led the morning service and the school choir sang the usual morning hymn. As its final strains ceased the professor rose again be behind the desk. He had something to say, and every student supposed he knew what was coming. None did, bowave-. with the exception of the professor of Latin. "Boys." said he. and they fairly started. Never bofore had there fallen such a tone from the lips of the severe and somewhat cynical professor of Greek. "Yesterday I said to my' friend here by me that I could echo Burke, that the days of chivalry are dead. "I like you. In some respects you are finer follows than the boys of '61. You a o keener generally, and you're much morn humane. "But, on the other hand, you seem less Spartan. You take petty good care of yourselves, and you take your surroundings prettv well into consideration. In short, as a class, you're accustomed to be waited upon. And so yesterday I vassed a cruel judgment upon you. "And in two hours from the time the words were out of my month God let me see a hero out of your number die! How weak and worldly I was! I stand rebuked before you. The fashion of this world passeth away, but mankind is the same from age to age. For no Spartan in the renowned past, lying out all night with his sash tied fast to the next man's, so there could be no skulking, and waiting till "The morning sun Should rise and give him light to die." and no knight in the days of old-those days which so fascinate you. my boys-ever counted life as dross more than McClnne did." He stopped short, in amazed silence of the school. Then there was a hesitating clap or two, and then a quick, shrill bark of applause, which grew and grew until the roof rang. After all the classes had given their cheers, and McClu.e's own had added a three times three, the boys became aware that a white-headed minister of the place was upon his feet and endeavoring to be heard. "My young friends!" cried he, in a pa thetically worn voice, "I'd like to make ia suggestion. I came in here like agood many of the townspeople to hear a choice requiem, which it has been rumored the school choir is going to render now in memory of their departed comrade. "But it doesn't appear to me young Mo Clune needs any requiem. It is permitted to few to be the inspiration he is at this moment. I, too, thought we had fallen upon days of flesh and brawn, and not much besides; and here is this lad going just as modestly and quietly as the lads used to. "I wish to make the suggestion that in stead of the requiem, we sing the hymn on the eighty-fourth page, common meter, ' I here is a land of pure delight Where saints immortal reign.' " The choir was well bred, and laid by the sheet music in favor of the old-fashioned tone, the school looking slightly quizzical at first. But one by one the hymnbooks strewed upon the benches were opened, and the volume of voice augmented, until from the asorting set who neglected music to the hArd workers who had no time for cul tivation of their voices, every fellow of them was joining, and sending their blood tingling from heart to finger tips of the old minister; but as they reached the lest line the'subtle sadness underlying the majestic words touched their quick feeling to re membrance of McClune, and the melody sank to caressing depths as the three hun dred sang with the matchless charm of y oung emotion, "But Jordan rolls between." ltucklen's Arnica Salve. The beat salve in the world for cuts, bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, corns and all skin eruptions, and positively cures piles or no pay required. 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