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J&ifeV, l"S-f v -o n. " H, t,Jif- ' 4iP -t ? v page sir THE BISBEE DAILY REVIEW, BISBEE, ARIZONA, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 16, 1911. ft '-' tJUSFftSEnJk z$ :tgj v i . i k tr .4? a. if Ji Q)hen x Jftarries a MARYROBarrS RINEHART lJU-7 Qreuirr Statruu. TJU SSCma In Lor Tat. Etc Q.JiUHO.VTUlWKJiaO. Continued "I wish you would all go out," I said wearily. "If every man in the house aya he didn't try to get over to the Best roof last night, well and good. But you might look and see If the board la still lying -where It foil." There was aa Instantaneous rush Cor the window, and a second's pause. Thept Jimmy's Tolce, incredulous Tod:v -""Welt, ni be blessed t There's the txxsrdP I stayed In my room all that day My head really ached and then, too, Id not care to meet Mr. Harbison. It would have to come; I realized that a meeting was inevitable, but I want pi. time to think how I would meet kirn. It would be Impossible to cut him, without rousing the curiosity of the others to fever pitch; and It was equally impossible to Ignore the dis graceful episode on the stairs. As It happened, however, I need not have worried. I went down to dinner, Ian culdly, when eTery one was seated, and found Max at my right, and Mr. Harbison moved over beside Bella. JEvery one was talking at once, for STannlgan. ambling around the table as airily as he walked his beat, .had presented Bella with her bracelet on salad plate, garnished with romalne. Be had found It In the furnace room, he said, where she must have dropped tt. And he looked at me stealthily, to approve his mendacity! Every one was famished, and as they ate they discussed the board in the area-way, and pretended to deride 't as a clever bit of press work, to re vive a dying sensation. No .one was deceived: Anne's pearls and the at tempt at escape, coming just after, pointed only to one thing. I looked round the table, dazed. Flannigan, almost the only unknown quantity, might have tried to escape the night before, but ho would not have been in-' dress clothes. Besides, ho must be eliminated as far as the pearls . were concerned, having been locked In the furnace room the night they were stolen. There was no one among the girls to suspect. The Mercer girls had stunning pearls, and could secure fcll they wanted legitimately; and Bella disliked them. Oh, there was no ouestlon about it, I decided:. Dallas and Anne had taken a wolf to their bosom or is It a viper? and the Harbison man was the creature. Al though I must say that, looking over the table, at Jimmy's breadth and not Jrery Imposing personality, at Max's lean length, sallow skin and bold Cark eyes, at Dallas, blond, growing bld and florid, and then at the Harbi son boy. tall, muscular, clear-eyed and sunburned, one would have taken Max at first choice as the villain, with Dal ' next, J: third, and the Harbison boy not la the running. It was Just affer dinner that the Erlse was sprung on me. Mr. Har a came around to me gravely, asked me If I felt able to go up on 'the root. On the roof, after last right! I had to gather myself togeth W: luckily, the others were pushing hack their chairs, showing Flannigan the liqueur glasses to take up, and lighting cigars. "I do not care to go," I said Icily. "The others are coming," he per sisted, "and I I could givo you an arm np the stairs." "I believe 70U nre good at that," I aid, looking -at him steadily. "Max, Vlll you help me to the roof?" Mr. Harbison really tamed rather white. Then he bowed ceremoniously and left me Max got me a wrap, and every one aicept Mr Harbison and Bella, who was taking a mass of Indigestible to Aunt Sellna, went to the roof. "Where la Torn?" Anne asked, ae we reached the foot of the stalrsT "Goae ahead to fix things," was the answer Bat he was not there. At the top of the last flight I stopped, dumb with amassment; the roof bad been transformed, enchanted. It was a fairyland of lights and foliage 'and colore I bad to stop and rub my eyes. From the bleakaess of a tin roof In February to the brightness and greenery of a July roof garden! "You were the immediate Inspira tion. " Dallas said. "Harbison thovgbt your headache might come from lack "W exercise and fresh air, and he has worked vb like nailers all day. I'vo a blister on mr right palm, and Har fclton got shocked while ho was wiring the place, and nearly fell over the parapet Wo bought out two full sUed florist by telephone." j It was the most amazing transfor mation. At each corner a pole baA been erected, and wire crossed the roof diagonally, hung with red and amber bulbs. Around the chlmnoya tad been massed evergreen trees in tubs, hldlag their briek-and-mortar ugliness, and among the trees tiny light wets strung Along tho parape were rowsTST geom5lrTcafboxwoo3 plants In bright red crocks, and the flaps of a crimson and white tent had been thrown open, showing lights within, and rugs, wicker chairs, and cushions. Max raised a glass of benedictino and posed for a moment, melodra matically. "To the Wilson roof garden!" he said. "To Kit. who inspired, to the creators, who po&plred; aad to Taka hlro may he not have expired." Every one was very gay; I think the knowledge that tomorrow Aunt Sellna night be with them urged them to make the most of this last night of freedom. I tried to be jolly, and suc ceeded In being feverish, Mr. Harbi son did not come up to enjoy what he had wrought. Jim brought up his guitar and sang love songs In a beau tiful tenor, looking at Bella all the time. And Bella sat In a steamer chair, with a rug over her and a spangled veil on her head, looking at the boats on the river about as soft and as chastened as an acetylene head light. And after Max had told the most Improbable tale, which Leila advised him to sprinkle sail on. and Dallas bad dono a clog dance, Bella said It was time for her complexion sleep and went downstairs, and broke up the party. "If she only gave half as much care to her immortal soul." Anne said when she had gone, "as she does to her skin, she would let that nice Harbl son boy alone. She must have been brutal to him tonight, for he went to bed at nino o'clock. At least. I sup pose ho went to bed, for he shut him self In the studio, and when I knocked bo advised mo not to come In." I had pleaded my headache as an excuse for avoiding Aunt Sellna all day. and she had not sent for mo. Bella was really quite extraordinary. She wa3 never in the habit of putting herself out for any one, and she al ways declared that the very odor of a sickroom drove her to Scotch and soda. But here she was, rubbing Aunt Sellna's ' back with chloroform lini ment and you know how that smells getting her up In a chair, dressed in one of Bella's wadded silk robes, with pillows under her feet, and then doing her hair in elaborate puffs braiding her gray switch and bringing it, coronet-fashion, around the top of her head. She even put rice powder on Aunt Sellna's nose and dabbed vio let water behind her ears, and said sho couldn't understand why she (Aunt Sellna) had nevor married, but, of course, she probably would somo day! Tho result was, naturally, that tho old lady wouldn't let Bella out of her sight, except to go to the kitchen for something to eat for her. That, very day Bella got the doctor to order ale for Aunt Sellna (ch, yes; the doctor could come In; Dal said "It was all a coming In. and nothing going out") and she had three pints of Bsss, and learned to eat anchovies and caviare all in one day. Bella's conduct to Jim was disgrace ful. She snubbed him. ignored htm. tramped on him, and Jim was growing positively flabby He spent most ot his time writing letters to the board of health and playing solitaire. He was a pathetic figure. Well, we wont to bed fairly early. Bella had massaged Aunt Sellna's face and rubbed in cold cream, Anne and Dallas had compromised on which window should be open In their bed room, and the men bad matched to see who should look at the furnace. I did not expect to sleep, but the cold night air had done its work, and I was asleep almost Immediately. Some time during the early part of the night I wakened, and, after turn ing and twisting uneasily, I realized that I was cold The coach In Bella's dressing room was comfortable enough, bat narrow and low. I re member distinctly (that was what was so maddening: Everybody thought I dreamed It) I rememhnr retting an eiderdown comfort that was fo'ded at ay feet, and pulling It up around me. In the luxury of !U warmth I snug gled down and went to sleep almokt Instantly It seemed to me I had slept for hours, but It was probably an hour or less, when something roused" me. The room was perfectly dark, and there was not a sound save the faint ticking of the clock, but I was wide awake. And then came the Incident that In It ghastly, horrible absurdity made the rest of the people sbost with laughter the next day It was not funny then. For suddenly the eider down comfort begaa to slip. I beard no footstep, not the slightest sound approaching me, but the comfort moved; from my chin, inch by Inch, It slipped tc my shoulders; awfally. In evitably, balr-ralsingly it ssoved. I could feel mr Mood gather around ray heart, leaving me cold aad nerveless. As Its passed my bands I gave an in voluntary clutch for It, to teal it slip away from my fingers. Then tho fall horror of the situation took hotd of me; as the comfort slid past my feet I sat up and screamed at the top of my voice. - Of course, people came running In in all sorts of things. I was still sit ting up,, declaring I bad seen a ghost and that the house was haunted. Dal las was struggling for the second arm hole of his dressing gown, and Bella, had already turned on the lights. They said I bad had a nightmare, and cct to sleep on my back, and perhaps I was taking grippe. And just then we heard Jimmy run down the stairs, and fall over some thing, almost breaking his wrist. It was the eiderdown comfort, half-way np the studio staircase! (Continued tomorrow..) DECEMBER MAY I un OF PRESENT ESS SESSION (Special to tho Ho view.) WASHINGTON. May 15. How long will tho Sixty-second congress remain In extraordinary session? j You may ask the man In the moon, ' or jou may ask a member of either house ot congress and ono will bo able to give jou as satisfactory an-; swer as tho other. Speaker Champ! Claik can't tell, neither can Ropre sentatli e I ndcrwood, tho leader of , me xnajoruj iu uiu uuubi-, uui .au benator leniose, tho leader of th senate, and It anyono were ablo to know, he woali hato a Letter knowl- rlirA thnn anvnnn ftlfii I The question airords a matter lor speculation In which the public has as much information as congress it self. Tho guesses jingo all tho way 1 uom July 1. which is tho earliest UU)UUU liuo uau IUW w www - Suggest, 10 luu viij lur uiu vumw- I lng of tho regular session In Be 1 ceaiber, and one jruess upon any I date between those two extremes Is J Just as good as an other. There are iroinlers" who rrcdlct that tho ex- 1 ifaordianry session will merge 1 with the regular session on Decem t bor 4. thus establishing tho long- est -continuous bcbmuu uu . u tho history of tho government. Oth ers fix the dog days and some along in October- and November. I House and Senate Disagree. I The two houses being controlled! .ry different loUtleal parties, and tho tariff being the subject up for consideration, there la promise or of a fong disagreement between tba two todies, which means that the president, having called conCTess In-1 to ettra session, will havo that body on his hands perhaps all summer. ' Tho ro?ord shows that, whenever ... .-.if. ni.n.tlAn hat tmpn iTl. the I sessions have recn protracted, even 1 . . a t aMitrAl tf wren ono pany waa iu wuui -. Loth houses. The Fame-Al "rl-h law I was passed In an ctra session last Ins 144 days. Tho Dlsnley bill i which preceded it was rassed In 131 ' davs."1t required a regular session of26S days to enact the Wilson tar iff law, a rcular session of 394 davs to rass the McKinley bill, and .' .i. Tim- 1-111 nhlnh nassel , ' tho democratic house, but failed in fthe rep"bllcan sensie. as uuU. -consl-'erat'on, congress was In es 1 slon from December 5, 1SS7. until Oc I toter 20. 18S8. or-321 days. . Other Lonq Sessions. I This was the longest contia.icus 1 session ot confess on record anl , Hip flrsi session of the Flfty-tirst 1 coureB. vhen Tom Heed was chos-, en speaVer ty a irajorlty of three , iotes. When the McKinley bill vas rasped, was the neU longest session. ertendlng from December 2, 18S9. to October 1. 1R90. There was one ses sion, however, which was lonper thnn either of these two, but it was 1 , .. tt 1-- ihTon recesses. TfEl iriwiu' wu .j was the second session of the for I tloth contrreso. which h"mJ m December 2. 1S67. ani did not finally 1 -Htoirn until November 10. 18G. 31& 1 days fom the tlmo It t-esran. There , ,..,ir,o. ViU rnmr-ess recesses from'Jnly 27 to Se-te-er 21. from , I "P te-ber 21 to October 2G and ' from Octoter C to Nov- ner 111 -i 1 .... . ..- ipVen Vn busl- n,-ss ot importance was transacted after Jnr 27. H0", co"eres 1 et on e-teTbcr 2t and on Octob er C. Prior to that the sa-e c11!? as In session from March 4, l'7. to Tecemler Z, li, or ..i " witho t recess, so tbat, during tho , t o yeirs of t-at conree. there ( were only 28 days that It stood ad- ( I o-rneH. 'rotn a trr toe s-cu-.- 1 I -'on flnallv adoira1 on November l congress wet a-aln In regir , sto't s-tloB en Teee-rber .. le. , I .. j .m.Im i-nHl Mar.. I 3, 1863. The thirty-first congress was in session fo 302 laTs contlnuoHsly. 1 trd was the only one. except thse rentloned. which passed tho 380 , . davs mark. With two exce'tlons the j se-ond wsslon of the flJty-elghth ( 1 congress was tt-e "shortest lone; ses-, 1 g'oa " the "ion? session ", . one which rceins In the odd years. I It lasted only for 144 days, adjo'irn- . 'a on Arril 28, 194. both parties 1 lein' an-fous to beirln vo on tne 1 1 uedOTtlal canvaten of that year.. 7e ecort session of the thirteenth snd the first soss'pn of tho fif'eeth. I the former 134 days an the litter 141 cavs, were the onlv orer long sfss'otM," which were shorter than te seepnd setston of the litty-elghth , , (ongreis. n Shortest on Record. .. I The shortest session ou '7 waa the se-en se,n of te thlrtv- .v. .-. which lasted only I top davs, convening In ctraordinary- I soeslon on .Aurutt Zl, l'H anu au- journiH on A-fT'st 31. Te first ses s'oa or the Thirty-seventh coneress tested only 3 davs. fro-n Jnlv 4, , tMCi. to August 6, 1K1. and was rail . itu.n! in thn beclnnlnc of the Civil war. and th fi'st pe-slon ot me ioriy-nrsi cuus's .wu."- ---only 35 days, from March 4, I860, to Annl 22. - . There lsa 'coistit''tlo"al nrovltioa which enaMes the rresldent to pro-rog-e conTess, If st any tlnie, the two houses r unable to aree u"otj a dilo ot ad'ournTTen. This power T-os'e'so-1 ry tho presldert has rev r been exe-clscd, and. although he Is nuthorlred to do so. such action onH mrtless rrod'ce much feel ing on the part o' conircss against . o.nnMFji rtronldpnt Tft't Is Un- I drstro1 to have ass -red mothers of coBgros that he win not lane w ntaae of this o-n-o-tnnlty to ad o"m cbaere?s I" the oweit that the two bo"ss fall to arree on a time for adjearpjag. Pnd it -vl there'ore be op to the senate and the house Eastern Markets Yesterday (By L. J. Overlook.) BOSTON, May 15. 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