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--.Il !'l>\\ II IV 21ST. tSMW? t the Ini Clnmernn l?ow.??l und left the : eran been so irri lelefBe*? Ojuaat determination and fnp'th.night had ii*>eKp?-?-t<?dlv thrown lum off hi* well-laid trruk: not sn ticipatiug any BBah >*elf aaeerti?? wiw* diaeomerted, and at a loee how to proceed. Is new thai it woull be iMaele-ss to attempt deeeiviim a ?-irl of Made '? character u second tinse; he saw that she tire?* :i the alve, and preiaurv her for a>ny s uri ?rise. Moreover, she would prevent Mme. Kauvel from frighten???! <o Submission ? . With mortification arsi r? saw that after all hi* plotting, when eao was in hi* reach, when his hope* were aJ A, he had been foil???! and eOOrBfaUj set at d?? fiance by a giri; ti thing ?? over again. Although Ma?!eloine> luu! herself to ?*? - ?1 rei? che ba?i rur idea of ?b?.: blindly, and vould not bararvi h? r >- ami her own happineas BBOfl ii?*ertA?nty of BB oral pff I (?????-t-.?? tack???! bus brain tei fur ? ? ? a eaal I . ivt-l in the flit'.? not t??il Ma?l?vl?*ine* thai Laoal f??r hla futur? harior paal crii ?f all the ? thi- s-h minai in? ni.1 hav. ? : h?'r BBOB ? ? to inform her ?..?... . ? ?on*? oobM I? I'.ut (is: a of lhasaa ? lid eut it. ? k to In? ? i.l himacJf of . ipiiee a* soon a* ? - h it eras '.??t an ?-aay matter a kiuivc. in un.ler Waa in.i m passion? v? ! ?, more . to marry ber. Hai ? ?all his tl: whom be re?c?M,-t. | be bed - isjh to see that h?? a*Ja*hl mia ? ?? prospects bj nn due haet?*, and that the safe?.? Bid lv?? ? robbery and ? upon l*r Be awaited In anxious expech of a summons from ' ? be ooachaded thai MadeJ.-in?? wa* v\;. r him to make the I of yielding. 11.? wa* right; Madeleine knew that afte r the la*< -? .iii ;uirt f??r ? ? kaew ? no worse r* . ? would oowardljf submission; aad, therefore, asar. the entire responsibility of managt ??.? the affair so as to k??e?p at baj l*>th ran. ??<? knew that Vine. Kauvel would be of BC 'lcteiinin? ?1 to usi? ull her influence to prevent h?-r dola?* t hi?*. and to fon* upon b?'r the BBC* - of preeervii... | silence. This aaconated for ih?? ? th?? tv?? . :,. w h?> vv?*rr qu.. oting for their ad versarie* U> liicy ? ? ? i? i. saaa*as*?4 imiif '??i ? t'*e?; BsTVCI ... ?|iie?.u inx about the r?il>l?e:y, or who were in any ? e ted with it. M Kauvel brought them aa aoaaaasl of l*ro*per'i examination, th?? m cha; ge* 1> : him, bla <ib atiaate ???-mai of harlag stolen tie money ; ami. Ci.aJiy. how, after ^'r.sit : jdixify and ? lose stu. by th? judge of instruction, the ci.sh ler had been d;s< liar?,'???! for want o? sufficient pr?x>f Sgainat him. ran's offer to rentore 1hc noies. Mme Kauvel bad not doubt Pr-oaper*? g?.?it. base s?i<i nothing. L.it inwardly seeBBjrd bim of having aadaaad her son from th? pith <?f vir? tue, ami entice?! him into ??rime- her son whom she would never ?-???su?. io. ? ttv-r how treat ata fault*. M.nlclcine bad perfect faith in I par*? ata ? She wae s<i confident of hist being re?*?t<>red t<? that she ventured to ask her unti??, under pretext of some chant. . t. to give her 10, 000 fram-s, vabui. t?i the un fortunate v-jctim of circumstantial evi? de me. who. from what ?he had heard of his poverty, BUBal be in n??ed of as? sistance. in the Bfttet CBf fr??m the prnyer ls>ok to avoid detection by wri'mg ?eBQasBaa*f*aaaj rha aaoaajt >b?? ad^vtaed l'rosper to lea* ? . leecause ?he knew that it would lie impossible for a man of his proud nature to remain on th? scene of his disgr**?*: the proater hie mms-e-rwe, the more In? tolerable hi* suffering. Beside?, Madeleine, at that time feeling? that she would be obliged to marry Claxneran, wa? anxious to have the in?vn ?he loved far, far away from her. On the day that thi* anonymous pr?s* ?t wa* sent, in ooposltion to the *rr?*hes of Mme Fa uvei", the two poof women mars entsngled fearfully in pecuniary difficult iee? The tradesmen whose money had ?USB squandered by Itaoul. refused to give cr<(!it any longer, and insisted upon their bill being paid at saying they could not understand how a man Of M. Fan?, el's wealth SBd ?.i<>n eoaJd k? ?-[> them waiting for such insignificant .sums. The butcher, grocer and wine mer clmnt ha?I bill? of one, two and live hundred francs only; but, not having even that small amount. Mm.?. Fauvel bad difficulty in prevailiag apon ?'mena to receive jaur* on account, and wait a little longer for the residen. -s threat? ened to ask the bti- * h??ir mon? ey, if ?vurytbing was not settled be? fore the ??nd of th?? WUBk aUaal Mm??. ' -loess asnounte?! to 15,000 fraina. deine and her aunt bad de? clined aJl iuvitatiiirus durine tbe win? ter, ? .Jiivg evening dre?sc?; having always Ix??mi remarka r their anperb toilets. - pearinir in tbe same ball dress ti they dared n>? coassaenl ? arii.g their old ???????, and ; would Ih? the first to a ..f this sudden snatnap ... them aJways tke i?? enea in tbe room. Bat at but they wen to ap? pear in public. Mane. I?uisl*? Messrs. Jaudi sbout ? ? splendid ball, aud, as ' :t, a ? hall, which would ?reqeJrt ?tuansa, vtnnra would tan - Tiicy h;ul been owing a large bill lO th? ? >-r a year. ? lo furnish dresses ??. ? lutdiamed lO ask her. Madeleine's new maid, l'a'.. CnocsreOle, extricate?! them from this lty. Thia girl, w !. d all tin minor Ills ?<f life which, after all, ar? ? ? dlvin?-l I as' saudi I At ? ? ??ut.tarily in tbat a friend of her?, a Brst-claau Brasa mak??r. hail just Bat ap a tul woubl Ik? glsd to furnish naaterlala snd amkn ? obtaining the patro I Mm?? ? i and h?T nie????, which woui?l at ?nable Hut it was eertiod. a ?till greater on? Mn . I and BBS SioOO c??ujd ? at a Ik. had been taken by Kaoui, ami pant] After thinking the ina?? Mad?? .1 to tske some of the stolen money, and m the last set ?if Jewel? he had from hi? mother. She in? forni???! bar aunt of bar intention, and that sdmitted ?>f no contraili?-?. point an Lab 1 not date to refuse y??u; and ! will go La ] our st. .e coiiratr??ou. jrtrt iie in? clement weather, weal t?i \ She would l, filled With . had ?b?? known that M Verdure! and I*rt>?per were foil? close behind, ami wrttaeneed ber Inter from th. Her bol ? fruitleas, ! had divided with i |mt; that half of th?? n ?. atul that he had not a na? nny thing He even refus???! to give up the plCdgi ' >*?*ort <>f ex posara, ?*???>?? ?he eonM ladaee him to aurrender the four or ' _r article* that w?r?? lndia*peauBih4e t?> their, toilet. Clam?T?:t bad ?*rdere?l him to r?-ru-s? posit. bet?us<? lu? hoped that iti their ?1is treas '.hi ?nil upon him for relief. ? he BlnBrantana w-itne?**???! ..:.'-. ?.?? ?? a 1 ni laoia, h ?.I ' tad by t h of t> were at this time on wry IkuI t.-nu-. I ?ameran wae M-ekiug a ?af?? mentis of getting rid of [linoni; and tbe youanj -eaiu(>, hav? ing a presentiment of hi? ancle teiitioi.e, was d??t?-riuin?-d t?i OUtwit him. Nothing lut th?? certainty of mi? pondi . id reconcile them. IM danger wa e?l ??> them lx>tb at the JaadkUei hnlL Who wa?? ti. mount?? bank that ladabjed in su.h parent allusion* to M:n??. Kaiiv?!'- pri vate trouble?, and then .-sud with ?ening sign'ti? am?? to l.o:iis "I wa.s the beai friend of brother (?a^tou'.'" Who he wa-, \?.'i?-ra? lie ivinie from, could not Imagine; but they \ au* that be wa? a daagerona enemy, and forthwith attempted t? aasaasiua'?? him llpoa hi? bating ihe ball. Having been follow???! and wat?h???d .??ir would-!;?? victim. : came alarm... illy when he Buddenlj y de elded that the safes! Rung thej then could do w.a.s to ratura quietly so their ho' "We can not be too guarded in our conduit," Whispered < ?une; an: "w?? must anmnner wko he is. iw-fore tak? bag any ftirther ?Teps in tasi matter." Onoe more. Ibioul tn?-<l U? induce kirn to give up hi* projeet of marry? ing Mad? i? "N?-v?-r aim?s(!. fiercely, "1 will marry her, or perish in the at? tempt!" H?? thimght that, now they were w?orn?-d, the danger of being caught was l?-*setie<!, when on his guard, few people cotil?! entrap ?a.? ?-xperierveed and skillful a rogai.?. Little did ('lamer?n know that a man who was a hundredfold more skillful than he, was closely pursuing him. TO BE i30>rnNTJICD. ?The PLANET delhrered at your door for ouly $1.50 per year. SPREAD MD PICNIC SCHOOLGIRL SHOULD KNOW HOW TO SERVE DAINTILY. Schoc?lsrirla Can Cook as Well as Ca? terers?How to Make a Sandwich a Work of Art ? Old-Faahioned Cookie* Are a Toothsome Relish? Be Good Tempered When on Picnic; One Cros* Person Can Spoil the General Pleasure ? Arrange Every Detail Beforehand?A Picnic Where the Lunch Was Left Be? hind. BY ? G??. ? less.) 1 ?ron?er it you g Uuskiu? of , loan itus kin ? ? -lyist. the ctoee ine-, ? art? ists ami as arali th uad ? h.un? til is Mr. Ruakio a BhlOh .ire model sBttfel English, so tb. literature Of his . aad LUlea, Mr. sa good deal of tiou I 'ii in a?lvi< . hing* th:it ;i gli her mission in life, them in ?lain:y You ar?? pretty s : m UM tbiiu: like ? in a ?????G that. ?d who does not h ? ha ir.? bora am! BOt bit Ol it. Any gtrl with a clever brain and two hands may learn ht ? ythiag thai la needed la an ordinary : rl who at ~s will tell you tb.it ad of fun. To e I to waste minine ac compl "That yoaag girl anritea ? .r<! a man say, "but ' roil a ! ?oui.? I : him thst th?? high? ??a a likely . in broiling and b and ; or a pudding than her stupid neighbor who set her mind on gaining Intel! cui tu- cultivates her brain ? will ? min? and will ?bow tits aa an all round girl. I will a i piv "t. To do this suoc***fuliy you should Of som?? will a; . t all the more If It rodactioa. from keeper* used to In rears fron? by, and maki for I I Velli >ffer. and aluin :i furnish an svppetlalna bill <>f fat ?? a aota . samlwi.h : : one a loaf, hack? off a eoapte of thick and bat? La lump ting bet* . ntly frag? ment of aw TMv : ?rich It will satisfy a waif, but It Bill not please who la r and faatldioaa TO make aandwi proper ly : u ahoald a sharp kalfe aad n ataady Bread <?n.? daj ?.:.?r than breed fr??shly bal ... ine crust and f'.rst butter:. ?lice ? cutting It it with .111 or chicken, or with nuts '?r with I ? hard : egg. or wit! -tuco, cri.?-;, aad vr..-? and flavor??.1 with a mayonnaise dreaatas* A girl ?Im ? an make a dainty may? onnaise if already ? food oook, and beraelf pooaaaaad of a fin?? in ace Th?? pile of sandwiches placed on a pr.at platt?r may have a tot* beauty if every one 1? tied with baby ribbon ?>f your class colors. lsi not be too ambitious about the cak?? you provide for a school spread. Nothing: for this purpose surpass. fashion?,! ginger snaps and nicely BfOBBOd cookies made from your grandmother'.?? recipe. Ask her to giv* . and you will acknowledge that I am telling the truth. Sugar cooklea have a toothsoro?? flavor that is just a Util?? height? ned by the addition of nut? < .ally sprinkled Into the doatgh e e ? e e A picnic diftVrs from a spread in the important Item of environment. One may have a spread in the classroom or In one's own room or at a friend's house. A picnic Implies an excursion to a seit???? point. It may be by mil or by water or one may prefer as a picinic ground a place within walking distance. We picnic out of doors. One of the most dellghful picnics io m> cxpot.eiic?? was on the l?ng Is? land shore at a point where the wave? of the great South bay come?? rolling and tumbling ln. We startedI on the picnic at four in the afternoon driving to the shore, a nierry com pany of boys and girls with an aunt or two and a mother and a Jolly old Bailor uncle, and we unpacked our baa ket* at six and ste our supper In the sunset light We boiled the kettle and made tea and we feasted on cole* broiled chicken and bam, bread and butter, biscuits cheese sad pound cake, and later went home by moou llght singing all the way. An essential thing for the suoceaa of aay social function, whether it bo an informal spread or a formal dinner, is good temper. A single cross or fret? ful person may act as a wet blanket on everyone concerned There is no surer way to ?poll a good time than to carry along somebody wbo Is selfish or blue or disposed to find fault and to fry for the beet place and the feaat. labor. Very possibly there is no snch girl In your school, hut once In a while she strays In at a picnic or a party from some ?> dity. For ourselves the pe for good times is a sunny d: - a brave heart ami ?? lfishaeas. ?ythlug in this world BSe. ter If Judiciously planned for and ? Before inviting people to a function be aure that you have arrange?! every detail. If you are going on a picnic let It be thoroughly understood at what time -tart and from what place, how much it will coat each persoB for car fare or lila?mho?I tick?' and at what h uir you will set out fo- home. If possible always on stona the company of BaOtBBT or an old fr?en. ?unes arise when somebody with BlBSlk in n is a fort and a safeguard, aad a aj thetic older fir the enjoy? ment of the hour h ictlng from It. ?of havre the provisions in the . who blunder Into f. them | pi from boat. Thia j once happened at a pier I was, lornly on i the beach watching the b 1 and left Bl COB- I tents of our not stifnrlent any? thing except a few dry ? tckera at a eonab A NEAT LITTLE FROCK. The Color Is a Dark SI Straw? berry Pink and a 1 Silk Sash Is Wc A simple school dm na In this ssmher; it Is in ? ? irk shade Ink foul?? The | has a loa the material Is then arr.-r red la I : back an I They . 'ening 1?? made tinder thi k one. A Pen. n?!. DR1 Th?? spaces between the j.leata of th? naatT-t-' i? tu set to the hust The uji: 'h??d and to th? lining. Tbe full skirt which I? sewn t?. th?? ;?ntng. I 1 and pleated III only the ?tltchlni: part wa> dows worn round tl. The cuffs and collar ?? Mat?-ria. half yar.! IV?? yard* lining, and u ^l!K BEAUTY ??IOS." Sec ? .n rhi- un . they . splrathm ... tkrowa of! tur body, . In them a pool skin a eke I heee wast? ?tuffs and that you know is bad without in} teUlai l>st aerar emralai puas that yot do not draw a ??;? brUBti BBBdbag rand lifting the OBBBI Witt ?n??. befbri you leave y>>\: and ' - ????? arm oxereises trunk boadlnga sad eoi ? work on ttabsg only a minute, perhaps, but yoa SO not kn?iw ho* much it ma> mean to pan to for p. 'he habit. At nigh ? t live or t-i minutes to thia ?rork and ?UBjtknsbM th?? ebani B*Ort sad trunk bendi:., th.- waist line, the weak part of youi anatomy Just now and possibly rnad* so by the fashion ??t w.-arng two-plec? garments, skirt? und waist?, aa wel; as by the corset, which more or lee* restrict* activity just at the walsi line. Keep th- ? A daily ?pong? and hard, brisk rub will not only pre vent your taking cold ?? easily, bul be fine ?xer?d?se for your arms, etlm tke skin m better work, strength en your heart and Increase your lunf BUS bo PB ont ?ne during the ?lay. Pill your lungs and exe'reis? your body in tbe opea air and suashln? for .u ?sasi tea mmutm daily. .\e>?? let rain U???;, you in, for as long ai pen ar?? bl up and working about the rs able to rux out for a : One of the Family Hal?Congratulate me, old man; henceforth we are brother?. -How's that? Ha!t?Your sister has just promised to be s sister to me. also.?Chicago Dally Newa. Stated on Authority. 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