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$? - Avaf.rwt': " WW- m&vmmsm r - , .-. EVENING PUBLIC, LDGEK-PHtLDELPHlA, MONDAY, Jlffljfl 12, 102 t A'U ' . - I 't1.. '.. " - i-P-.?.' 'WVle- "i'" M f DANCING MASTER Uy KUUX ax tuns Auther of "The Phmntem Laver," "A Bacheler Htubani," , "The Om Unwanted," ate. .tin'fl WHO IN THE 8T0BY mriTABETII C0NYBR8, e demure tlJZitnglrl, beautiful in ifiteef her itVateS '& dancing. Bhe falli in UK milROY8TOS, handteme young J?rtcM'fliil dancing te make a hJs,ai had been trained te no frtftuien. In a tear romance Ae hat Iwvifri'he devrhp Inte fiaihg, tor ter 'iU telle, with whom he cannot live. -lM Boytten' dancing partner, VeTTA, " . . . , eal0U. 0f U0 eiib "- " " Bll.thfth. . mLLY MASOX. Elizabeth t inebbiih IsKILFAKilBK, a rich man about "':: i iMiM in Elizabeth and " '"," icith VME. fcrt0"0 w '' " COMING A sensational Berial by that master of romance, E. Phillips Oppenheim Begin next Thursday te read "Nobody's Man" I WALTER SXEATIl, a country lad, in "itluith Elitabeth. mi'trttt vtl.TER tote uith UgJtmn Has ureal nuns TgFOn NH Fermer, "I can always A pay Mm bark when I enrn the nener" "ll' "1(1 ,,crge,f: both he nnd Mdame were se confident of her sue st that Intclj she hntl grown mere confident herself. She slipped out of the room as seen it mailamc returnetl nnd posted the che'rjc te Knlil Snnger. 'tpu leek very nappy ienium, fcfle." madamc Bald te her niter tinner when they were Kitting In mad ine't own little room. It was n warm erenlnj and the window was open te lit In the mild spring air. Tanner was sitting en the wide win- few teat smoking, his eyes upon Eliza Wth, and mndnine lay full length en l couch, wrapped in a bizarre sort of Miwn. a long cigarette holder held saintly between her white teeth. She had tried te teach Elizabeth tn rake, but the girl always refused. Utdsme's queer eyes rested en her new rather quizzically. Hue was fend ei Eiizaeetn in nee wd may, out sne aid net understand "Yeu leek." she said again, blowing I pan" of smoke into the air and watch - Hf.lt iaae away, -you ioek as it one one has yput a golden spoon in jour mouth." - Elizabeth laughed. ''I don't think (hat would make me very happy," she Mid; 'ahe smiled at Farmer. "As n matter of fact, I was thinking about the 11th of June." That was the day of the Duchess's charity entertainment, and the day Which Elizabeth had been told was te le.ihe greatest of her life. She bad been thinking of It with a I Tint apprehension which was vet lliera'tban half delight; she longed for I It., te come, and yet dreaded it un- listakabiy. Would she wake un when it was war, and find herself really famous? What would Pat Roysten think If such were the ease? Bhe wished he could be there te see her dance, although the knowledge that he, was somewhere In the crowded room would, she was sure, drive everything out of her head. "Ah!" paid madnme slnwlv. "Thn will be a great day, Mlstalre Farmer, U it net se?" "The day when the queen comes into her own," he answer lightly, "and wheit we all of us must bow the kaee," There was a little silence. "And (lien nttcr ' i: IFI""1 said Pr"ntly, "what shall I de then? I mean, what will become i m then?" Farmer laughed. 'Oh, madnmn tiau , .,i t JW. he said. "She lies nwnke nt iei anj tninks what she can de that will make jeu mere famous still; she " iviii me ei nil ninnner i,f uul. RI things." ..Ifhflt UAft tt ,1.1 , .... IBllbf h il "'" ","'ata."?,f. trlei'l n lls,'n8,, 'ry tale, and WM te persuade itself that It Is all Madame waved a band airily. ah. M XHZlSl ...m'r things !" iiiia. n.:""- . 1 j y" te Maihirln. Vh ' 1 l0 "ay- x et Je7.M ?.e: JLheJKt composer, te write knew cir i no one elw sl,a11 IT' . ! et you n partner, and w done Ti?n,.,hS fttme8 cePles uuiib. .uens! vfe see what we "A'B ,r.?,er dMPcned. H Wrtner?" she echoed. er theus i n... .J. . aten :,,...., ? "l "ce te kev- " um &' I!5hTJu.'t ?ppeMn,f ,hnt 'u De peb&lble te cheese him? Cmsv '7RC,f, in rapturous day tjniiuTUnK ,u wc their foil v. "W offer Cr rn,d l'lat.he could no I den'f iV.i , "la inenush p. h ' ld"lewl,vnk l want n PnSr.:' Mdame laugiied. tWy aM-he,;VOUr S,1' before IdultanM. ne.yu say?" she salrl In. Pith w.".t,.iiu?.t.. s! After the t"' &nEoe"ftCnme in ,hc tM" art. l.iJ. n. tl'fre wrre some visii Nhm 5,Z i.' ,l!" table te which alielm.c ktn!. r MunimiLj .... , -.-."iru. 'Thpu i... . : V, 'fene! YeT,!.u J0U "-euU, Mrs. Masen hnd ferbMdcn her te men- nun mrir rciotiensiiip. new, ap jiarcntly, they were ready te proclaim it with pride. ,",Ce,nJ:'. t tea tomorrow," the letter ?a,ld' ..Thnt ,ncant tedftv- Elizabeth felt a little flutter of excitement. hy net go? She was curious te see what sort of a reception she would get. She said nothing about It te raadame. And, with a quaint feeling of bravado, drove all the way te her aunt's house in a tuxicab. She had taken great pains with her toilet, and dressed her hair as fashion fashien nbly as she could ; but when she found herself enre mere in the hall, her hcait began te fall her. Memories came rushing back, bring ing renewed pnln memories of her Hrst '"ectliig with I'at Uotten nnd of Delly h condemnation of him ; memories of his many kindnesses te her and happy hours which could never come again. She felt Just as terrified nnd nervous hk she hnd done once months before ns she heard her name announced nt her mint a drawing room deer and aw Mrs. Mnsen rise te meet her. , 'rhcre was nobody else in the room, for which she was unspeakably grate ful ; but she turned a cool check te her aunt's effusive kiss. Was the whole world a sham, she a."kc5l. h"8f'f impatiently; nnd whv Mieuld such hypocrisy be countenanced? ., 'Se sweet of you e come, dear," Mrs. Masen cooed. She took her niece's hand and drew her down te the big couch. "Let me leek at you. Hew ou have altered! Elizabeth, you ure qulte pretty!" Ellrabeth said, "Oh. am I?" help- lQ:?.'y- ,itw m fcnr of licr u"t was Mill with her; she felt unhappy uml ill nt case, "And what are nil these wonderful stories I have been hearing of you?" Mrs. Masen went en in her mast sugnrv eice. "Yeu must tell me all about It. 1 am se proud of jeu, Elizabeth " Elizabeth flushed ; words of bitter re minder rose te her lips, but slie checked them. "I'm afraid I haven't anything te tell," she said painfully. "I'm work ing very hard that Is nil." Mrs. Masen tnppcd her cheek In p!nv ful reproof. "Yeu think it's a secret," she said. 'My dear, I nssure you every one knows about It every one! The dear Duchess! Se sweet of her te give jeu such an opportunity. We shall be there, of course. Delly is se excited about it." Elisabeth looked at her aunt help lessly. Madame had se Impressed upon ner that the whole affair was te be kept a secret that she could net under stand hew any knowledge of it had leaked .out. She had net learned that the surest method of publicity is te try te keep a thing a profound secret. , , Suc!2. fortunate, fortunate little girl! Mrs. Masen went en, with a sort of purr. "I have told every one about you. Elizabeth hew that ym came te me ns nshy little meus from .the country; hew that I took you te jjiir first dance and introduced you te Mr. Itoysten, and, after nil. out of common justice te the man, we must admit that in the first plncc nt least he was Instrumental in placing you where ;.ou are new;" Elizabeth did net answer. She had u premonition' new of what was coming, and Mrs. Masen went en, still patting her arm condescendingly. "And new, Elizabeth, I want te talk te you about Kimethlng very private. I feel that in view of the fact that jeu are my niece, iiiiu innr jour circumstances are nlteied. I can de se quite freely. ' I have never misrepresented my portion te' you jeu always knew that I could net ufferd te de what I would wish, either for jeu or for my own Delly. But new, ns your future is se wonderfully bright, nnd if, as I hear it reported, you are te eentunlly marry Mr. Farmer " Sbe breke off, as Elizabeth jerked her arm away. Mrs. Masen laughed nervously. "Silly child I Is that a secret, tee? ou have been such n clever little girl! Why, he must be almost a millionaire, and se " "It's Meney Meney Everywhere" Elizabeth sprang te her feet, cutting short the request for money which she knew was about te fellow. There was something pitinblj tragic in her flushed checks and angry eyes, ns he broke out vehemently: "Oh, I think It is n hateful hateful world! It's only money, menev every where, that people core about." The color rose te Mrs. Masen's face, her pretense of friendliness vanished; she had net Imagined that Elizabeth would sec through her se quickly, "And you! Who are you te talk about money?" she demanded Icily. "What have you done, mny I nsk, but live at the expense of ether ncenlc ever since my peer brother died? Insolent girl! Knewing what I knew. It is an outrage for you te dnrc te ndept mis aiuiune witn me. nnt you come ns a pauper te my neusc, then you THEGUMPS--Sweet Cinnamon! i hi WW By Sidney Srnltk ftyfr AMW hS UM "l1 0 "W5 TOWM tHIMMlfr EVWmiNO OH TTHt 00ltJARb-TO-OM HE VS $& NEW WOlM TO COMQUCJR- OUT TO THE COUNTRY "te VYKTOI THE CNOUtS ttON Of VtStte UW j & ' LOOK A' GIFT CML VN THE STtEtCAatg,- yt oet ST.Mbet I 4wm WOMAN WO&A lutt e TlMRue ff ! ViWM I tltiwilflJi- TMJCT AAbOV0 fcMEyJ BATTLESHIP OUT MERE TXAT t WANT & MY MP? i r J i 5. , W T $&3BM aaaaaaaaa.UH 1 VUIaV'Y lfa UUUk'UlV ND MWM1 f V naa askt.!? Ulil Al At,!. Ur L ft. I I ULwnMslW tl'S llVIIW ltXJJtJIB UJ1TU ta A . 1 r n rSJiXXBk fe IU V 1WW1DCC J ?IFiwSZi, VHE VWRECKE:t ANt V Hi "'ZkJS AJU WW SOMEBODY'S STENOG Who's Deceiving Her? IU'IMith! V. H. Patent ORIc. By Hay ward There's an heir'ef mystery about it all? iu fact, several heirs of AAYSTfiRV. DO YOU RECALL? A4I5S O'FLAGE MA& fAJ THE. S&VEWTH HEAVEAi OF JOY X?VER BEIW6 ASKED TO .B AMAl'li. JF HOMOR AT ERTlE GOOPULS WEDDW6 Tb' PERCY Kpple-Thew SHE SAW Percy "VJYHEELIM6 Twiaisiw TKIE PARK I HATeAXlMC Te TELL GERTIE "THAT HER FIAWCE WAS DECEWIW6 HER AMD WAS .PROBABLY MARf?lE& Before what Did .she see? ahy she Saw Gertie. herselp pushim6 triplets iw.the Park-: This Wad OF "THIAJ6 CAAt'T Ge OM i AISS O'FLASE. IS ALL CUT UP ABOUT IT. SHE SAYS LIFE'S ALL PALSE-PACED! iPP l. i r Pl rTei vx JIN V s)f 1 AAibTb THlJ K 3RTlB. I& A Deceiviaus cat! I'll, HMt OUT A&OUT THIS IF i C7et Te Se Through Thick 5 j . . Kfik & ERCY PlPPLE WHO IS EAlfiASE&T0 fiERTlS fiCOFLE . THEY ARE. Ttf BE CARRIED THIS 11UHE(?) The iwweceait TVAIAJS. Percy Ripple VMS SEEAf PUSHIM6 These iw the. Park at twilight. Kertie oefle, CAMS FRIEWD. SHE HAb A HIGH RATING IN CAAVS opiaaieais Til Cam saw her Pus'hing This Boepobt of Triplets iaj the park are both these, people peceivim6 each ethej?? has 6ertie also beew aaarried bejbre? TOMORROW Through THickThiAi! " & The Yeung Lady Acress the Way THIS RADIO CRAZE Iff PRETTY TOUGH OX GRANDPA TJ se Mnii ,n,tent'en with n r,m away with n common dancing maa Th , len1 ! See!" shclfr, nnd live en IiIh charity until he IfftWfh Inter"!?. a,th.U,e f' " ."'A; "at JefV (he nakefl in thcy want ,0 Madame smiinS in nnazcment. Wh',.!:.0inP1n.tly. I' ""try te U aemesingthat is S? ' it eacaeP.? "C.ret'lut P?"'! an "" pe alww. fn.V.i: B,k 'New. iL t0 ce?t' n,"l they 'aJlk. ,Vw?.are Proud of her: nea ta...a . " ini HPP aa,i i i .... rua you? p,lf"Vh ,r,B1n0B' . Vnet mia. inrt L-.ut. .Jnem In the fire. fi'laabeth lift 7h. '?ug.h of tl,C1"-" Miand i!:t..Lhe. cfls lying en the ? little aerrlPI0i.,ier roe.m- 'rhere r?.menda--wii. 1 ' ""'. "." "ieus te Eae wondered V 1. r nunt " Ue y; ttiln- v!"? t meant that .h nJ ,0JnVrcVreand WOrldy becn The ne was use she thi S5S!, 'oUewed by a letter r'rJ,,.dw.r. Elltabeth." n m.. r ' tb, me' HwebnS ft- whSKr? "r au. u'hn i ' r " rigni, ""try duckll?, IWffw that my wanjf' UUCKI,n would blossom Inte a 'tapherY",0", fell1 J"1" mixed her 'lld? Oome1'?" ,0 ,ea me, dour 10 11 lenilnv .J ' W""H "er ve, f beth mi i,.,:...., . , mt tlreH of jeu anil irat-scs jeu en te the next feel, who is taken in by your pre tended Innocence!" She hnd worked herself Inte n fine imnslen ; hIip hnd never liked Eliza beth, but she could have killed her with the utmost pleasure for the nwlft ness with which rIic hnd seen through this pretense of frlendahip, "People nay that you will be fa mous!" she rnved en. "Famous! Yes! Fer the life you arc leading! Fer the scandalous way in which " She stepped, ns the deer opened nnd Delly walked Inte the room. Bhe looked from her mother te Eliz abeth, and swift understanding filled her eyes. Elizabeth was marble white. and Mrs. Masen was scarlet with rase. though sue tried hard te control licrscll as her daughter shut the deer and cnmi forward. "Hew de you de. Elizabeth?" Elizabeth ignored her proffered hand ; sne turned nwny. "1 am lust going." she said; "I nm aerry I came. I might nave Known that 1 sneuld only be In sulted." Delly caught her hand. "What is the matter? Ob, don't go! I want te speak te jnu. What has mother been Mijlng?" She looked angrily nt Mrs. Masen. "What hasn jeu been nijlng te her;" Mie demanded. "It Is Mlznbeth who hns been sav ing tilings te me," was the uiilck reply. "Hlii' licensed me of being menennrjv or wiNiutig te nnrruw money ti em her, uml mi ' Dellv laughed. s'Well, It wiih the truth, wasn't It?" she said calmly. 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