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4 THE WASELNGKLW WA HlNGTON TIMES SUNDAY DECEMBER 17 1905
I RIC RICHeM = te T HeIR 3 INtNCLAND w CNGLAND NGD tmtem o5tI IAND KINGDOM K NcDOM won
Lady a Mary Marytire DouglasHamilton ou as amt on Owns Wes the e En Entire Entire ¬ 1 1I 1tire I
tire Island s an of n Arran rraR are and Its s 5000 a In Inhabitants Inhabitants Inhabitants InHer ¬
habitants habitantsHomage Pay a aas Her Such Devotion and andHomage andHomage andHomage an
Homage as a Queen peen Might 1 Prize raze
London Dec 9 9N what she has lost through the laws lawsof lawsof lawsON lawsON lawsN
N her wild and pic picturesque ¬ of succession because she was a girl girlAt girlAt girlturesque girlturesque girlturesque
turesque Island king kingdom ¬ At the time timedom of her birth he was wasplain wasplain wasdom wasdom
ON U dom of Arran in the theFirth plain Lieut Alfred AlfredFirth Douglas Hamilton Hamiltonwithout Hamiltonwithout Hamllt HamiltonFirth < n nFirth
Firth of Clyde Lady LadyMary Lad
without the aristocratic hyphen hyphenof hyphenMary hypheMary hyphenDouglasHama1
Mary MaryKingdom DouglasHamil DouglasHamilton ¬
of 0 f the th e British B r It I t I 5 h navy When Wh en he h e was wasborn wasborn waston waston waston
ton the richest heiress in the United UnitedKingdom
born b orn it seemed seeme d that th a t he h e hardly h ar dl y stood stoodthe stoodthe 5 to 0 d
Kingdom has just celebrated her hercoming
I the t h e ghost g h ost of 0 f a chance c h ance of 0 f becoming becomingDuke becomingDuke b becomingcoming ecom I ng ngcoming
coming of age Arran which is sixty sixtymiles
Duke D u k e of 0 f Hamilton H am lIt on He H e figured fi gure d in inthe inthe i inmiles n nmiles
miles in circumference and contains
the t h e running runn i ng as the th e rankest ran k es t sort sor t of ofoutsider ofoutsider 0 ofall t
5000 inhabitants inhabitantsyields all of whom are areher
areoutsider outsider His nearest ducal ances ancestor ancestor ¬
her tenants yields yieldsShe her in rent 95
tor lived in the time of Cromwell He Hewas Hewas
000 a year She has another large largeestate
was only on I y a fourth lour th cousin cous I n of 0 f the thereigning thereigning theestate th theestate e eestate
estate in Suffolk England which whichbrings
reigning re reignings I gn I ng duke d u k e and an d between b e t ween him hI m and andthe andthe an d
brings s her in 40000 a year The Thetwo
the th theof e latters 1 a tt er song long 1 string s t r i ng of OL titles titl es sev several several ¬
two properties cover 107000 acres acresand
acreserallives acresoral oral erallives lives Intervened But death the thereaper thereaper theand theand theand
and their combined rent rolls amount amountto
reaper gathered ga th ere d them th em all a 11 in i n gradual gradually gradually gr ad ua 1 ¬
to 135000 13t > OOO annually From invest investments ¬
ly 1 y and an d soon after a ft f ter er Lady L a d y Mary J I ary was wasborn wasborn wasments wasments wasmanta
ments held in trust for her she re receives ¬
born b orn the th e plain pan 1 i lieutenant II eu t enant was heir heirpresumptive heirpresumptive h heirceives heirceives e I r rceives
ceives another 40000 a year which whichmakes whIchak whIchak whichmakes
presumptive to the proudest peeragein peerage peeragein peeragein
makes m ak es her h er annual annu al income just j ust 5000 5000short < J 000
in Scotland ScotlandA Scotlandshort Scotlandshort Scotlandshort
short of a round 200000 Nor is isthat Isthat Isthat
K
that the full measure of her wealth wealthHer wealthHer wealthHer
Her father the twelfth Duke Duketo of ofHamilton A Legacy of III Feeling FeelingThe FeelingThe FeelingHamilton FeelingHamilton
Hamilton who died ten years ago agoleft The duke did not take at all kindly kindlyto kindlyleft kindlyleft
to the idea of being succeeded by his hisdistant hisdistant hisduring hisduring
left her a big fortune in cash which whichduring whichduring
distant kinsman He could not notalienate notalienate notity notlty
during the nine years of her minor minority ¬
ity has swelled to 1 1000000 000 000the 000 And Andthe alienate the titles but he found a agrim agrim athe athe
the good fairies who presided at ather grim satisfaction in alienating as asmuch asmuch asher asher asmuch
her bth tth added other precious gifts giftsShe giftsSlie much of the land from them as as the thelaws thelaws theShe theShe thefamous
She is good looking blessed with withvigorous laws of entail permitted and settling settlingIt settlingvigorous settlingvIgorous settlingvigorous
vigorous health and endowed with withthe It on Lady Mary Art treasures treasuresheirlooms treasuresheirlooms treasuresthe treasuresthe treasuresHamilton
the temperament which lends itself itselfmost heirlooms the famous Hamilton Hamiltonblack Hamiltonblack HamIltonmost HamIltonmost
most to the enjoyment of life in the thefullest black pearls pearlsworth pearlsworthfullest worth anywhere anywhere200000and be between between befullest befullest ¬ ¬
fullest measure measureYet tween 150000 and andYet 200000 200OOoand and all allelse allelse allYet allYet alle allduke
Yet bounteous as Is her Inheritance Inheritancethe else that the law did not compel compel him himto himto himthe himthe himthe
the fates dealt somewhat harshly harshlywith to leave for the lieutenant he bewith be bequeathed bequeathed bewIth bewith ¬ ¬
with her when they decreed that thatshe queathed to his daughter And thus thusIt thusIt thusshe thusshe thusbeen
she should be a girl Had she shea e been beena It has come to pass that she is now nowthe novthe nowa nowa
a boy she would now be two dukes dukestwo the tl e richest heiress In Great Britaintwo Britain Britainwhile Britainwhile Britaintwo Britaintwo
two earls three marquises and eight eightbarons while the many titled duke has only onlybarons onlybarons onlybarons
barons all merged into one exalted exaltedindividual 43000 acres of land and In Hamilton HamiltonPalace HamiltorPalace HamUtonIndividual HamUtonIndividual Hamiltonindividual
individual premier peer of Scotland Scotlandand Palace the ducal home are many manybare man manbare manyand manand manyand
and hereditary keeper of the Palace Palaceof bare rooms which were once sumptu sumptuously sumptuously sumptuof sumPtuof ¬ ¬
of Holyrood and her 107000 acres acreswould ously furnished The absence of the theduke th thduke thewould thEwould thewould <
would have stretched to 150000 She Shewas duke and his wife wifeMarys from the festivi festivities festivities testivlwas testiviwas Pestiviwas ¬ ¬
was the only child of her parents parentsand ties which commemorated Lady LadyMarys Lad LadMarys Ladyand Ladand Ladyand
and they had been married eleven elevenyears Marys Marysthe coming of age furnished sig sfggears significant significant slgyears slgyears ¬ ¬
years before sue was born Grievous Grievouswas nificant proof that the partition of ofthe o othe ofwas 01 01was oYwas
was their disappointment when they theyfound the thehoped Inheritance has left behind it itfound a alegacy j jlegacy afound afound
found that instead of the long hoped hopedfor legacy of ill feeling on both boththem sides sidesBut sidesBut sidesfor sidesfor aidesfor
for son n and heir the Stork had hadbrought But that did not mar their bril brilliancy brilliancy brJl brJlbrought brJlbrought brilbrought ¬
brought them a girl girlHer Nancy Not long since the theHer neighbor neighboring neighborIng nelghb neighbornone r rHer rHer ¬
Her father and mother loved her hernone ing Island of Bute celebrated thethe the themajority th thmajority thenone thnone
none the less for that though and andthere majority of its young oung marquis and andArran ant antArran andthere anithere andthere
there was another man who felt feltdeeply Arran folk oik were determined to givedeeply give givetheir giv givtheir gIvedeeply gIvldeeply
deeply and profoundly grateful to toher their lady paramount a still finer finershow fine fineshow finerher finelher finerher
her for it itthe the man who has gained galn d show A huge temporary building bulldin
PrizeLondon PrizeLondon PrizeLondon razeLondon
hugeou bulldinHER
I HER DEATH FOR FOROF FOROF
F ALL the thcremarkablc remarkable remarkableibex visions visionsthat visionsthat coived was short and awful It Wi Withat
OF O that come to men and wemen wemenwhen wemenwhen semenwhen that there had been a a railroad accidewhen
when persons far away but butdear butdear butdear tSired and that her daughter Sff Sffcplved had been een badl
injured And Am even as she heard heardthan
dear to them were In danger dangernone dangernone dangernone message mt > ssnge she turned to her mother
none has attracted more attention attentionthe than thanthe thanthe thanMrs the exclamation Why I thought U Uthe
glrlg Just inHastily In InHastily InN InHasUly
the strange case of Mrs Lavilla rL DLNelson M MNelson rLNelson came
Hastily Mrs Irs Nelson went to the seer
Nelson N I
e son whose daughter was killed in inan Snan 1nan of the wreck of the illfated specl
an electric car accident but appeared appearedto cur which had Jumped jumpedextraordinary the track whl whlto
to her under most most1n extraordinary extraordlnar cir circumstances clrcumstances circumstances ¬ traveling tav > l1n at terrific speed near
cumstances in her distancEHammerrock Hammerrock station on the electric
home some some distance distanceaway distancEaway distanceaway line between
Worcester and Sout Soutwhich
away at the very v < r moment at atthe which whichthe hleh hlehthe bridge brld e When the distracted
the accident occurred says tho Chicago ChicagoChronicle ChicagoChronIcle ChicagoChronicle reached the scene of the accident sl slChronIcle
Chronicle It Itls is one of those unesplain unesplainable un unerplalnable ttplafn ttplafnabJe found that her daughter was dead dondable
able fact she must have died diedUnder instantly instantlyKilled Instantl Instantllove Instantlt InstantlKilled
appearances growing out of the thelove thelove thelove
love of one person for another another a bond bondof bondor bondof t tor
of sympathy which ever binds them themeven themeven themeven
Killed KilledIn Under Car CarThe CarThe CarThe
even when one has passed plU > sed avaj awa and andhas andhas andhas andhas
has had such influence over the living livingthat JivSngthat livingthat The car left Churlton about 2 ocloethat
that In at least one sensational sensationalthe In Instance InHtanCe ¬ bearing b ba rlng some twontvrflvo twont nvopooplo people
them Miss Nelson Nel on and Miss 1I8S Pitt
stance the husband under some un uncxplalnoble uncxplninlble unexplainable w
explainable influence has raised his hiswife hiswife hiswife had gone to Charlton to attend a 0
at I Dexter > extor Memorial Hall which
wife from the grave But the therecent most mostrecent mostrecent
the celebration celebrationin of old home week
recent of these remarkable visions came cameto cumuto cameto
to Mrs Nelson NelsonReposing NolsonReposSng NelsonReposing car in charge of skilled employes cmploesReposSng
Reposing comfortably In inthe her bed In n a aroom aroom aroom the railway company bowled along alongroom
the Hornua a good speed speeq and the people aboard aloardhomlstead u > oard
room on ground floor of the Horne Hornehomestead Hornchomestead Hornuhomlstead
Were laughing laughlr q and chatting
homestead In Charlton Mass on the
was wa
accide accident accidentand accident3rd accidentand
badly
this thismessage thl thismt thismessage
with wit
the theglrlg theslrls thebtrlR
scene sceneof sceneof sceneof
special specialcur specialcar specialcur
while whiletraveling whiletav whiletraveling
the theHammerrock U theHammerrock the7fammerrock
car carline C1 C1line carline carline
South Southbridge Southbrld h hlYtten
motherreached mother motherreached moth4 motherreachcI
she shefound shefound shefound
In Infact lnfact Infact
oclock oclockbearing ocloeltb oclockba
among amongthem umor umongthem amongthorn
who whohad wi whohad ho hogong
dance danceat danl danceat danceat
closed closedthe ClotH cJosedthe closedthe
The Tlaccar Thecar rl rhecar
of ofthe otthe otfthe
at ata ata ata
It Itwero ItWere itJaughti
chattingSoon chattingSoon chattingSoon
Soon Charlton Charlt n was left leftcefred behind and the thecar t1 t1cpIvcd thecar thecar
car took the grade g de at Hammeroock sta station station station ¬
tion two miles ntray way a with perfect ease easeand CftNtund easeand
and started dowrn do n the other side 4de The Thespeed Thespeed 1heKpeed
speed seemed rather ri ther f fast ist and one or ortwo 01two ortwo
two of tho passengers passe gers spoke of It Just Justus Justus Justus
us the foot of the grade was reachedsome reached reachedsome tenchedsome
some of the party part party declared that theyfelt they theyfelt theytJt
felt a jar as though the motorman had hadapplied hadapplied had hadapplied
applied his brake to o make the curve at attho ntthe atthe
the Incline Of a sudden the lights went wentout wentGut wentout
out the car shivered fr Crnm m front to rear rearand r rearand Rr Rrand
and with a crash jltmped Jumped jhmP < d from the rails railsdashing mils1ftshlng railsdashing
dashing Into two h big g poles polesat nt the side sideof stdoof sideof
of the track So great was Its moment momentum momentum momentum ¬
um that ev even n those lh1 poles failed to tobring tobring tobring
bring it to a standstill 8tand tln and after bump1i bump bumping bumpIn ¬
ing In along for some few feet eet It turned turneda
a complete somersault somersa It and landed lan ed on its itssldo Itssldo Itsside
sldo sldoUnder
Under tho car pinned pinned down by heavytrucks heavy heavytrucks heavytrucks
trucks lay tho body bod b0 of Miss Nelson Nclaonhorribly Nollonhorrlbh Nelsonhorribl
horribly horribl mutilated It t was Wn decided that thatwho thatho thatshe
who ho must must have met her death by 1 > being beingthrown helngthrown beingthrown
thrown through ono of tho forward forwardwindows forwardlwindows for ara arawlndows
windows with torrlnc1 force out onto a aLed aL aLed
Led L d of rocks rockxMiss rockHMiss rocksMiss
Miss Pitt did not dlo till the next day
Seated u abort distance from her friend friendin trIendIn friendIn
in the forward part of Itho the car she wan wancuriously WIlRcuriouslY wascuriously
curiously not thrown out but wasthrown was wasthrown wnsthrown
thrown against u ulnflt tho side ld6 with great
force and sustained a fractured nkull kuU
Even when sho Raw the U e mutilated form formof formor formof
of her daughter Mrs ra Nfcluon N lson did not be ¬
hove that she was dead dea and kept mur murmuring murmurln murmuring ¬
muring murln Why Vhy I spoke opo c to her I saw sawler
her ler not an hoar hour h r ago nO But tho evidence evidenceof
of death wan irrefutab Irrefutable a and she was
forced forced to believe believeMrs b llove Irretutabr t tMrs f fMrs
Mrs Mrs Nlo Nelson is not a a > Spiritualist In ¬
deed she has been brought up in tho thoMethodist thoMethodIst theMethodist
Methodist Church She Is about forty fortyyears fortyears fortyyears
years ears old is perfectly well and strong strongand strongand strongand
and has borne three children Mrs MrsHome MrsHorne 1rs 1rsHorno
Home her h r mother Is hule and hearty
though advanced In years Between BetweenMrs BetweenMrs BetweenMrs
Mrs Nelson and her daughter Grace Gracethere Gracethere Gracethere
there had always been he < > n the warmest affection af affection a atfcUon ¬
fection and confidence confidenceTho confidencerho confidenceThe
The greater part of the time tlmq since she shewas shewaR shewas
was married Mrs Nelson has lived in inSpringfield InSprlRgtl inSpriagfleld
Springfield SprlRgtl ld though she has made fre frequent frequent frequent ¬
quent visits to her mother at the old oldhomestead oldhomelltend oldhomestead
homestead Three years ears ago Mr lr Nel Ndlson Nelon NelImn
son on who was an engineer on the Boa Boaton BOBton lieston
ton and Albany railroad was stricken strickenwith strickenwith strickenwith
with paralysis aJ3bsls and died and a n curious curiouscoincidence curiouscolncfilcnce curiouscoincidence
coincidence is the fact that his death deathlike deathlike deathlike
like that of her daughter dRught < > r occurred durin dur during durinFt ¬
ing in the Charlton old home week reunion reunionIn reunionIn reunionIn
In her account of the apparition Mrs MrsNelson MrsNelson lrs lrsNelson
Nelson Is very positive She saysjL says Why WhyI
I saw the girls so plainly They stood stoodright stoodright stoodright
right there on the rug between the thetwo thetwo thetwo
two doors I was glad to see them themfor thtmfor themfor
for I had not expected expt > eted them for about aboutan aboutanhour aboutan
an anhour hour The first thing Grace said to tome tome tome
me was 1Ye Vo e have come mother and andthen andthen andthen
then she went on to say that they the had hadhod hadhod hadhad
hod lots of fun and that I ought to tohave tohave tohave
have heard May lny sing singIt singof Ing IngU
of It a 1 1vjToo f faoo
vjToo aoo 00 Sleepy to Attend AttendI
I remember being rather surprised at atthe atthe atthe
the latter remark for I did not know knowthat kuo kuothat knowthat
that Milts Pitt sang but I suppose 8UPpo e I was wastoo wastoo wastoo
too sleepy leepo to pay much attention to It ItAnother IL ILAnother itAnother
Another thing that I remember rememberwhich rememberwhIch rememberwhich
which struck me at the time aa n being beingqueer hl bein beinqueer lnJC lnJCclue R
queer clue queer r waif the fact that considering consideringwhere cOluilderlngwhero condiderinwhere g Rg
where they the stood stno they must have en entered entn entered ¬
tered tn l the room which was our our diningroom dining diningroom dlnlnlroom
room from the kitchen whereas th thdoor tho thodoor thodoor e I
door we had ht 1 left unlocked for them s sthat so soJhat sothnt 0 I
that tfiey he hey might come In without arous arousing arousing arousing ¬
ing us led directly dlrecll from the piazza Into Intothe Intothe int intthe 0
the dining dlnln room roomAs roomAs
As Grace said I ought to have heard heardMay heardMa hear hearforward J I
May Ma sing the two girls rls bent forwardand forward forwardand forwnnland I
and laughed I think I said Homethlng Homethlngtc somethin somethinto omethlngtc E
tc them about putting out the light but butwhether hutwheth6r ha hawhether t
whether I did so or not I am not sureAnyway sure sureAnyway lureAnyway
Anyway when I got up to answer th thtelephone the thetelephone thelelethone c
telephone tho lamp was outAs out outAs outAs
As near as I can place the time It was ern S IL
2 oclock and It seemed se med as though I had hadjust badjust ha hajust d
just got ot to sleep sle p again when the telephone tele telephone te e ephone ¬
phone bell rung and aa I got up to an answcr answer an answer
swer It I can distinctly remember bein beinsurprised being bclntsurprised beingsurprised s
surprised that the lamp was wa out outMother outMother outMother
Mother had heard the telephone boll bollring bollring bollring
ring and coming Into tho room was wasnonr wasnonrmo near nearmo noa noatrio
mo when I heard the awful message messageAnd messugeAnd messageAnd
And I turned to her with tho exclama exclamation exclamation exciamatlon ¬
tion Why mother I thought the girls girlshad girlshad glrl glrlhad
had just come In to which f she > he replied repliedI
1 I thought I heard you ou talking a little littlewhllo UtUowhUu littl littlwhile
while ago agoSo agoSo
So sure was I that she had come in inthat In Inthnt i
that before starting out ut to the scene ol o oi J
i
beast almost a miracle for size awereflanked a abeauty abeautwer
beauty beautwer beaut3had were wereflanked flanked fi ked by bymany many Will whihad Willhad
had fallen to the rifles of t
the accident I went upstairs to Graces Gracesroom Graccsroom Graccsroom taraccsroom
room All the way wa down to the Ham Hammerrock Hammrrock Hammrrock Hammerrock ¬
merrock station I 1 kept keptthat thinking and andthinking andthinking andthinking advision
thinking of the thenot vision visioncould that came to mt mtand mpand mpand >
and 1 could couldwas not believe but that there therewas thH thHwas thHwas <
was 1some some mistake yet et once arrived arrivedthere arrlvldthere arrlvldthere arrivedthere
there was no longer any uncertainty uncertaintyThe uncertaintyTht uncertaintyTht uncertaintyThe
The > bitter cold truth was only too real realOnly rea reaOnl reaOnl realto
Only Onl to a few friends did the stricken strickenmother strickenmother strickenmother strickenmother
mother speak of her vision fearing that thatothers thatothers thatothers thatThose
others would wouldtold laugh laughimpressed and scoff Those she shetold shctold shctold
told though thou h at first Incredulous could couldnot couldnot couldnot couldwith
not but be Impressed impressedhave with her earnest earnestness earncstneRs earncstneRs ¬
ness and sincerity slncerit And many a tlmo tlmohave tlmohave tlmohave
have they discussed the phenomenon and andvarious andvarious andvarious andbeen
various have been the causes assigned assignedto asslbI ed edto edto
to It But the one that hag hasseemed found foundhas the themoat themost themost
most favor and andphtusble has seemed the most mostplausible mostpluuslble mostpluuslble
plausible has ha < i been the great affection affectionwhich atrecllonwhich atrecllonwhich affectionwhich
which existed between mother and anddaughter anddaughter anddaughter anddaughter
daughter a a bond so deep that when the thesoul thesoul thesoul thesoul
soul of the girl Irl left her body telepathl telepathically telepathlcally tolepnthlcRlIy telepnthlcRIlY
cally It bade goodby to the cherished cherishedmother cherIshoamother cherIshoamother cherishedmother
mother motherThough motherThough motherThough motherThough
Though the skeptical may ma declare that thatMrs thatMrs thatMrs thattits
Mrs Nelson clson did but dream telepathy telepathyrecognized Is Isrecognized Isrecognized Isrecognized Isand
recognized by students of psychic phe phenomena lhenomenn lhenomenn pheilliam ¬
nomena doctors and laymen William W WDavid llIIom T TStead TStead TStead
Stead David Christie Chrlsi e Murray Iurrn > James JamesEdwin JmeEdwin JmeEdwin
Edwin Lough Lou h of the Boston Society SocietyHistory of ofNatural ofNatuml ofNatuml
Natural NaturalInstances History Histor and Bishop Samu SamuFallows samus SamuFullows t
Fallows of Chicago have written or orInstances o oSnstanc oSnstanc othat
Instances Snstanc < > g that have come under their theirpersonal theirIer8onnl theirIer8onnl theirpcreonnl
personal observation observationMr obsenaUonrr
Mr rr Murray lIurra says My ly eldest brother brotherwho brotherwho brotherwho
who diet in fuchant 1865 was HI sea on a mer merchant merchant merchant ¬
chant vessel He sailed under a acaptain drunken drunkencaptain drunkencaptaln drunkencaptaln drunkenbehaved
captain who behaved bella vcd toward him with withhorrlb withhorrlhp withhorrlhp withwas
horrlb horrlhp > P cruelty 1 While WhileT Whiles Yhllf he her was at sea seamy seamr seamr
my mr m T moth mothR mother r was nursing nu inS her uncle > Jatn JatnWither Jamey
1 R Wither Ithcr Marsh Iarlh and In in the th very hour hourof hourof houror hoardeath
of histenderly his s death the old man who had been beentenderly beentenderly beentenderly
tenderly attached to my m brother sat up upand upnnd upnnd upand
and said nld aloud Leave the lad alone aloneMy aloueM aloueM placehe
My M mother asked askedof him hat hatthinking he was waathinking wuthlnkln wuthlnkln
thinking thlnkln of and he said saidThat hI hIThRt
ThatJack That captain is JlltreatlBg IJltre tJ g poor poorJack poorJaclt poorJaclt
Jack horribly horriblyThe horriblyThe
The firstcommand first officer a Mr Murtrty Dundlr fUI h took tookcommand tookcommand tookcommand
command of the ship when aptAln CaptainGregory l aptAlnGregor aptAlnGregor aptalnGregory
Gregory > died ltd In delirium tremens and andwas andwaR andwaR andv
was v as burled at the Azore A oret5 Mundy Mundybrought Pubntlyand lnndybrought
brought my m brother brothertold home homenotebook and he was wastold wastold wastold
told of the old man mans dying dingwords words He Heproduced Hoproduced Hewhich
produced hi his own notebook which show ahowI how howPd howPd
Pd I that on the thedeath day of the old mans mansdeath mansdeath mansdeath
death he had made an entry to indict indictthe Indictthe Indictthe lratilethi9
the captain for hte cruelty on their theirturn theirturn re return ¬
turn to a British BrlU h port What is s more moresingular mOl mOljJlngular mOljJlngular morecame
singular IB h that when he helatlGrde came to work workout workout
out the difference differencein In latitude he found foundthat toundthat toundthat
that the entry in hi h his private pr1r te log and the thotime thetime thetime
time of the old mans man manscided dying dyin dyingto < < speech coin coincided coInclded coincided coin ¬
cided to a moment momentBishops mOJnftntBishops mOJnftntBishops <
Bishops Strange Story StoryBut StooBut StooBut
But perhaps the meet mo t remarkable casa casaIs ens ensIs ensIs
Is that vouched for by Rt Rthallows Rev Samuel Samuel1allow9 Samuel1allow9 SamunlFallows
Fallows of Chicago bishop of the th theEpiscopal Re Reformed Reformed Reformed ¬
formed Episcopal Church ChurchFor Churchllor Churchllor
For obvious reasons tho bishop bishopthe did cUflnot diUnot
not give the thewife namo o of tho husband and andvJfe andTICe
wife wifethe In n the case but contented himself himselfthe
dowager duchess and Lady Mary her herself herself herself ¬
self And If the decorations were wereunique wereunIque wereunique
unique the company was no no n less so soThere soThere soThere
There were keepers in velveteen velveteenfisher velveteenfisher elveteenfisher
fisher folk from Lamlash and Ranza Ranzahlllmen RanzahUImen Ranzahillmen
hlllmen from Glen Sannox and GlenRoss Glen GlenRoss GlenRoss
Ross and lassies whose manners mannerswere mannerswere mannerswere
were as pretty as their fresh sweet sweetfaces sweetfaces sweetfaces
faces but who evidently had never neverbeen neverbeen neverbeen
been so near the quality before In Inall Inall inall
all their island lives livesJ livesIn livesIn livesaeff
aeff aeffIn J
In True Highland Style StyleThis StyleThIs StyleThis
This was no function of a London Londonseason Londonseason Londonseason
season where halfbored dandies dandiestried dandiestrIed dandiestried
tried to be agreeable to ladies who whoscarcely whoscarcely whoSCAreelY
scarcely attempted to disguise disguise their theirutter theirutter theirutter
utter weariness and where the air airof airof airof
of a London street blew in over overflowers oerflowerswilted overflowers
flowers flowerswilted wilted with heat and dingy dingywith dingywith dingywith
with dust The pipes skirled the thekilts thekUts thekilts
kilts whirled the e intricate steps of ofthe ofthe ofthe
daintily daintilyfooted da1ntUyfooted daintilyfooted
the reel were accurately and
footed by grandsires and lassies lassiesalike lassies lassiesalike assIesalike
alike The crisp salt wind came
merrily over the heather and huge si sibonfires sibonfires Sibonfires
bonfires blazed and crackled and andpine nd ndpl 31 31pine
pine pl pine 1e boughs were wer flung fragrant in tl tlthe tlthe t tthe
the flames Every Ev ry family in the is ci ciland Cllartd c cland
land lartd received two invitations Lady y yMarys YIlI YMarys
Marys lI rys health was pledged in true f fHighland fHIghland fHighland <
t Highland style while retainers in r rkilts rE rEkilts rkilts <
kilts and plaids marched round the t tcastle tl tlcastle Ucastle
castle with flaming torches in honor honorof honorot honorof
of their mistress mistressThe mistressThe mistressThe
The guests included representa representatives representatives representatives ¬
the families most famed in
tives of S SScotch SScotch sScotch
Scotch history Most active among among Tthe vthe T VIthe
the dancers was the young Marquis s sof 51 51of sof
of Graham Graham heir to the Duke of Mont Mont p Arose prose prose
rose and a bakers dozen of othertitles other B Btitles ntitles
titles and 115000 broad acres Very Veykindly a akindly akIndly
kindly if inquisitive eyes watched tevery t tevery t1every
every word that passed between thehandsome the thehandsome a ahandsome
handsome young marquis and the is island j jland 11land
land queen Tls Tlsearlj early days yet et and andLady t tLady tLady
Lady Mary can can aim high but friend friendly t tly tIy
ly gossip has already linked their theirnames i inames Inames
II names together t gethor and undoubtedly the thematch thematch t tmatch
I
match would be Immensely popularin popular t tin t tIn
II in Scotland ScotlandBrodick j jBrodick J JBrodick
Brodick Castle the family resi residence residenco 1 1dence
I
dence on Arran and and the center of ofthe j jthe I Ithe
the festivities though It lacks the theimpressive iimpressive i fimpressive
impressive stateliness of Hamilton i iPalace iP iPalace
cameprovided cameprovided cameprovided
Palace P lac is is a grand place and beauti beautifully t tfully tfully
fully situated on o the wooded wood d slopes slopesof j jof Iof
of Goatfell commanding a lovelyview lovely lovelyview t tview
view of of sea and mountains In the thedays thedays thedays
days of Bruce It was captured fromthe from j jthe ithe
the English by that heroic chieftain chieftainIn chieftainIn f fIn
In 1844 it was restored by LadyMarys Lady LadyMarys LadyM
Marys M 5 grandfather William elev eleventh ele eleventh 1 1enth
enth enth Duke of Hamilton who marriedPrincess married marriedPrincess I IPrincess
Princess Mary of Baden It is today todaya i ia 1
a superb residence and Its romantic romanticand romanticand romanticand
and picturesque surroundings appeal appealstrongly 1 1strongly Istrongly
strongly to the th sporting instincts pf ofits i iits I Iits
its youthful owner On the opposite 5
provided space > pace for dancing feasting feastingand feastingand feastingand
and resting whilestabling while hl1e stabling was fur furnished furnished furnished ¬
nished for 350 horses There were weretwo weretwo weretwo
two balls and they were both im immense immense immense ¬
mense successes The decorations decorationswere decoratlonswere decorationswere
were appropriate the colors of theDouglas the theDouglas theDouglas
Douglas the cognizance and arms of ofHamilton ofHamilton f fHaml1ton
Hamilton Angus Selkirk and divers diversother diversother diversother
other great gi at houses whose blood runs runsin runsin runsin
in Lady Marys veins were on every everyside everysIdehuge everysidehuge
side sIdehuge huge antlered stags heads headswith headswIth headswith
with their forest of points pointsthe the big biggest bIggest biggest ¬
gest of all shot by the late duke a 1the tthe tthinking
BY VISIO
FORETOLD
thenight thenight thenight
night of September 4 lay u Mrs Nelson NelsonJust XcJsonJust NelsonJust LL
Just outside her door burned an oil oillamp oUInmp oillamp
lamp Shortly after 2 oclock in the themorning the themorning themorning
morning Mrs Nelson was aroused by bytbe bytbe bythe
tbe entrance of her daughter Grace and andthe andthe andthe
the daughters friend May Ia Pitt Open OpenIng OpenJng Openlag
lag her eyes Mrs Nolson saw the two tworlrls t twogirls o oiris
girls iris standing by her door and her herdaughter herdaulhter herdaughter
daughter said saidWe saidYe saidWe
We Ye have come mother We Ye had hadlots hadlot hadlots
lots lot of fun You ought to havxvhpard havxvhpardMay havch havcheardMay ard ardMay
May sing 11 11Home
N N
X XHome
Home in Good Season SeasonI
I am so glad replied Mrs Nelson Nelsonthat Nelsonthat Nelsonthat
that you are home In such good soa season soason soason ¬
son
Goodnight GoodnljchtGoodnight GoodnhthtGoodnSlht GoodnightGood
Good Goodnight GoodnightMra GoodnSlht1Ir nirht nirhtAirs
Airs 1Ir Nelson dropped off to sleep sleepHardly olocpHardly deepHardly
Hardly had she closed her eyes when whenthe whonthe whenthe
the telephone bell rang violently vlolentlyJump vlolentlyJumplag > Jump Jumping Jumping ¬
ing up she was surprised to find fln that thatthat thatthat thatthat
that light which hIch had been burning a amoment anDP1ent amoncnt
moment before when she had spoken spokento
to her ber daughter was out Hurriedly Hurriedlyeh Hurriedlysho Hurriedlysitu
eh situ groped grop d along by the wall to the thetelephone thet thetelephone
telephone t Iephone which stood at the tho fartherside
side of the room and as she took the thereceiver
receiver from Its hook her mother motherLouisa motherLouisa motherLouisa
Louisa Horne attracted by b the ring ringing ringtng ringing ¬
ing of thobell theibiu came came into the room roomThe roomThe roomThe
The message m ssage that Mrs lrsNclson Nelson re
tth calling calJf them Mr Ir and Mrs rs Charles Charlesmith
mith mithMr
Mr Smith c was + as a young business man manu
u an Eastern city His Hs wife was a aroinan
of sirens iltrm emotion and most dell deltte dellt
te t < perceptions Between etw n them exSst exSsti existed
i rare rar sympathy which hleh extended to all allhe
he faculties fucutti Mrs lr8 Smith fell ill and andifter
a few fe1 weeks of agony during duringvhich
her husband waited on her with witni witheontan
i eontanev eon eontan tuncy < not no > t often seen Site he died aleoThat
That is she s site iv te appeared to die There Therewas
was 8 no question que tlol1 about It In n the doctors doctorsmind doctorKmtld doctorsmind
mind A certificate eerUft te was Issued and an
was called i in But for the thefortunate thefOltunat thefortunate
fortunate circumstance that Mr Olr Smith Smithwa Smithwn Smithwas
wa was opposed to embalming there wouldb wouldbe would wouldbe
be b no story to tell unless it were w re of ofanother oCnnotbfr ofanother
another person apparently dead who whowas whowas whowas
was revived for a moment under the thelunge th thlun thelunge
lunge lun < < of the embalmers knife knifeSaved knlteSaved knifeSaved
Saved from that fate Mrs Smith Smithwas Smithwas Smithwas
was laid out in her burial robes placed placedin
in a comn and on the third tiny 1 was wasburled wasburled wasburled
burled burled in a a cemetery c meter some distance distancefrom dllt8netram distancefrom
from tie house houseHusband houseHusband
i r rHusband f
Husband Greatly Affected AffectedThe AffectedThe AffectedThe
The husband was wa greatly geatJ affected affectedso
so much so 46 that his relatives feared fearednn r6redm fearedan
nn attack of melancholia One no cf his hiscouuins biscouaius hiscousins
cousins wishing wlshln V to 0 > rouse his spirits spiritsand spiritsAnd spiritsand
and divert his attention remained in inthe inthe inthe
the house the night after the funeral funeraland funeralAnd funeralanti
and was a valuable witness Itress as it itproved Jtproved Itproved
proved of an event so astounding lt to1lndlng as asto asto asto
to b be almost beyond belief bollefFor bGUetFor beliefFor
For an hour or two that evening
th they y talked chiefly ehltfir about the dead and andthe andth andthen
the th then B want to ted ted Mr Smith after aftertossing artertoss1nJ aftertossing
tossing upon upon his pillow for a long
time fell into a troubled sleep In the thecalling themiddle themiddlo
middle of the night he beard heaa voice voicecalln Glee Gleecalling
calling calln his nam narnf Charles Charles ChartesIn CharletIn CharlesIn
In an instant Mr Smith was wide wideawake wideawake wideawake
awake and listening All was still I Iwas Iwas Iwas
was a dream h he tno thought ht Nothing ofthe of ofthe orthe
the supernatural suggested Itself 1tsE > 1t to tohim tohim tohim
him for his vfevs + were materialistic materialisticHe materltlIsUHe
He fell asleep JUt again saJn he h was wasawakened wasawakened 3S 3Sawakened
awakened by the voice olce calling callingThe
Charles Char1e Char1eTh CharlekThe
The Th tones to wer wt werf > rt not familiar to him himthey himth himthey
they th did not recall the voice vote of hia hiawife hiaUe hiswife
wife Ue Still concarvtng concffn himself the victim vic victim vicUm ¬
tim of a dream h l to > again n tln tttent tnt to sleep sleepIt sleepIt sleepIt
It was daybreak da pef erore ore the voice washeard was wasnot washeard
heard again gaIn nn this time It could roullnot couldnot
not be ignored breaJk I s recognised reco lled it at last lastas lastas lAstu
as u the voice of Is wife wIt In sore ore dis distress distress distress ¬
tress calling UJH u i him for aid aidCharles aidCharles aidCharlea
Charles a t me Save meCharles me meCharles m mCharles
Charles she cH criDespairing I IV
crti V J U UDespairing UDespai
Despairing Despai ng Cr C Rang in His EarsHe Ears EarsHo EarsFIo
Ho sprang ouijot bed trembling allover all allovafcv
over T That dostUring dos filming cry still rang rangin rangInJas rangin
in InJas his ear ears ftrs SoVaal S eat 1 was it that al although nIthough although ¬
though he was was Jg ajahe ake and remembered rememberedperfoctl remembnrolperfoetlv rememberedperfocti
perfoctl the th dofthr d Ur the ts t e funeral all allthat aUtJutt nIlthat
that had ha happtjed in the preceding precedingfour precedingfour Ing Ingfour
four days b he sarehed fardaed the room for forher torher forher
her who had thue thia th e called him by b name nameFlndim nameFln nameFindina
Flndim Fln lru that Jb was alone he rushed rushedI
I
w h
de of the island Is DougarieBady DougarieBadyarya Doug Dougaife iiet1adY iiet1adYar Lady Ladyarys
arya ar rB beautiful shooting box b x where whereIB
e King spent a dey when on a auise aulse
uise in the West Highlands four foursars fourars
ars ago At Eastern Park inSuf inSuflkr inSuflk in Suf
> lkr lk she has another magnificent magnificentssidence magnificentIdenee
with stabling accommoda
on for fifty horsest horses horsesiS horsesA
t iS = 1J 1JA af afA
A Crack Shot ShotLady 8hotLady shotLady >
Lady Mary so far has been b en little littlejen littleen
in general society socie4 She is de deoted 6
oted to sport and riding hunting huntinglooting
fishing and other country countryursuits c countryursuits untry untryursuits
ursuits constitute her chief chl t amuse amuselents
lents She Is a suberb horsewoman horsewomannd
nd one of the few women master of oftie
hounds in the kingdom kingdom She is isn 13n
n excellent shot too tOo and has been beennown beennown
nown to humble the selfsatisfac
on of many a man who thought thoughthat
hat to go deer stalking with a girl girlmist
mist needs mean rather poor sport sportnd
artificial going These Thesequall quail qualiies
endear her er to the islanders of ofLrran
from whom she receives such suchlomage
lomage age and affection as a queen queennight queen
expect The men love her heror
or her fearlessness f lessness whether hunt huntog
or fishing off of the rocky coast coasthe
he women for the kind heart which whichirompts whichrOmpts
her to generous actions actionsally actionsaib
ally allyHer aibHer
Her mother Mary Duchess of Ham HamIton Hamlton
is herself herse a scion of a famous famoussporting famousportlng
sporting family having been born bornady bornady
ady Mary Montagu daughter of ofhe ofhe
he seventh Duke of Manchester She Shenarried
the late Duke of Hamilton Hamiltonjefore
she was twenty and an consoled consoledlerself
for his loss a few years ago agojy agomarrying
jy marrying a wealthly commoner commonerSarnnaby
Foster who Is also an anirdent
devotee of outdoor sports The TheSuchess
was a beauty in her youth youthmd
Is still a handsome woman al although ¬
though she has h hasas as one of Disraelis Disraelisiukes
says of a fellowpeer fellowpeerI1ved = lived livedImmensely
Immensely in the open air and taken takenno
no care of her complexion
iere Man as a aDomestic aDomestic 0 0 I
Domestic Servant
K NE meets the man houseworker house houseV houseworker
ONE O V worker everywhere en the thecontinent thecontinent thecontinent
continent and Is glad to tohave tohave tohave
have his deft careful carefuIuiet luiet ulet uletservice
service It Is true these thesepeopl people e expect expecttlp eXpec peat peattlpr
< tlp Up tlpr but what what hotel servant Se servant v nt floes fioeatot o a
tot They have to work and they they have haveaken
the work which has easiest come cometo cometo
to 0 them and do it well and ably says s1S
1 writer In American Homes and Gar Gardens Gardens Gardens ¬
dens densAnd
And there Is no reason at all why whymen whymen whymen
men should not sweep and dust make makebeds mnkebeds makebeds
beds clean windows fix the fire clean cleanthe cleanthe cleanthe
the grate arrange the furniture whiletheir whiletheir while whiletheir
their special adaptability to the art t of ofcooking ofcooking ofcooking
cooking is amply attested by the thaprincely theprlncely theprincely
princely salaries aIarlec the heads of this In Interesting Interest1ng interesting
teresting profession receive In distinguished distin distinguished dIstinguished ¬
guished Instances What Is there In Inall Inall inall
all this that a a woman can do d better betterthan belterthan betterthan
than a man What is there In this thisthat thisthat thisthat
that unfits a man for association with withhis withhis withhis
his fellows or lowers him below belowrank belowrank a arank >
rank that he thinks Is rightly his hisDomestic hisDomestic hist
t t tDomestic
Domestic Question Misunderstood MisunderstoodThe MisunderstooLThe
The fact Is the domestic Question Questionhas Questionbas questionhas
has been greatly misunderstood In InAmerica InAmerIca inAmerica
America Tnere Is no reason at all In Inthe Inthe inthe
the work itself why all the household householdwork householdwork householdwork
work might not be as well done by bymen bymen bymen
men as by women But there Is Isprejudice a aprejudice aprejudice
prejudice against lt It and that settles settlesthe settlesthe settlesthe
the matter A 4 A vivid Imagination en enhanced enhanced enhanced ¬
hanced by The the prejudices of many gen generations generations generations ¬
erations has made this feeling a na national national national ¬
tional ene and the feeling Is so wide widespread wIdespread widespread ¬
spread that domestic service has been beenpractically be beenpractically < n npractically
practically closed to men until very re recently recentl recently ¬
cently centlyFortunately centl centlFortunately centlyFortunately
Fortunately a saner view of the sit situation situation situation ¬
uation has arisen of late partly from fromseeing fromseeing rom romseeing
seeing the work ork of men servo servaabroad serD serDabroad servoabroabroad
abroabroad broad partly from the II wP wPsurrin 11 i ta taI
n I z ed su surrin r f 0 fMMSn recojf recojfJapanese
y j Japanese se and andvn
Laine < nlnp <
vn n servants and partly from fromthe froththe tromthe
the extraordinary Incapacity of theaverage th thaverage the theaeraJe
average woman servant Every house housekeeper housekeeper housekeeper ¬
keeper in the land can contribute a abitter abitter abitter
bitter chapter to the latter subject subjectand sUbjectand subjectand
and the women must thank themselves themselvesIf
If 1 the men supplant them In this Im Important Important important ¬
portant field That however Is not notlikely notlikely notlikely
likely to happen for some time to come comebut com combut comebut
but the movement has begun It Indi ladieatos Indicates IndJates ¬
cates a development of the greatestinterest greatest greatestlnt greatenlntecost
interest interestInto lnt lntecostinto rost rostInto
Into his cousins room crying Get Getup Getup Getup
up Get up We Ve must go to the ceme cemetery cemetery cometery ¬
tery She is alive She is calling call ng me meThe meThe met metThe
The cousin skeptical ske tfcal as he was by na nature nature nature ¬
ture was carried away by Smiths ins 1nspetuoslty insetuosty imltetuoet7
petuoslty > > Both men threw on some someclothes someclothes someclothes
clothes and while one ne harnessed a hot hotto horsa horsaides hOI hOIto
to a light buggy the other procure4 procure42ttJOdes
spades ides Thus equipped they the drove to tothe tothe
the he cemetery c6meJe at a gallop The sun rose roseas ro rotl1e1 roseas
as they leaped out at the grave and be began began began ¬
gan to dig digMrs diglrs digMrs
Mrs Smith had been buried the pre previous previous previous ¬
vious afternoon Her husband shovels shovelsaway shotlaway shovelej shovelejawayy
away the earth in a frenzy of o energy
It was firmly fixed on his mind that so sohad s shad sb sbhad
had been buried alive and that he might mightyet mIghty mightyet
yet y t be in time to save s Ve her inspired by
his cousins s excitement the other other du d dwith dug dugwith j jwith
with a vigor almost as great as Smiths SmithsBegrimed SmlthaKimed SmithsBegrimed
Begrimed Kimed and nn disheveled they at lost lostreached laatrachcd lastreached
reached the coffin and wrenched off the thelid tholid thelid
lid Smith shrieked His wife dfe fe was wasmoving wasmoing wasmoving
moving She was trying feebly to turn tarnover turnOer turnover
over in her narrow bed d She gazed at athim athim athim
him with eyes that saw not she was wasunconscious waaunconscious wasunconscious
unconscious of her situation situationHe situationHe situationHe
He passed pas ed his arms about her and lift lifted Uttcd lifted ¬
ed her out The two men removed her herfrom herCrom herfrom
from the grave placed her In the buggy buggyand buggyand buggyand
and drove her home Physicians were werecolled wereUUed werewalled
walled in Under close medical care she sheslowly shilowl shoslowly
slowly lowl recovered Every precaution was wastaken waataken wastaken
taken to guard her from the knowledge knowledgeof knowledgewhat
of > what had happened h hzp ppenQl + enod and all who were weroIn weraIn wereht
In the secret pledged themselves to si silence 81Jeuce silence ¬
lence lest l t the shock of the revelation revelationof
of her burial and resurrection might mightprove m mightprove bt btprove
prove fatal to Mrs Smith
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