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A married couple can live comfortably comfortablyon
on a salary of o 1 1 L per week week5Che weeks
5Che e question propounded by The TheTimes TheTimes
Times Ttme to tc 1U readers one week ve k ago roo has hasbeen hlUlbeen hsabeen
been answered in the affirmative tftrm tfve by a alarge aarge alarge
large arge majority of the 1609 or more who whotdbk whot whotctik
tdbk t t1k the trouble to write There have haveboon havebeqn havelieqn
boon two surprises e for The Tlmw in intlfd Intlfd intii
tlfd tii contest con teet that has been carried rrled on onTfcfe onlh onrlo
Tfcfe number of letters received and their theirunpsually their1Jrt theiruiiUsuaiiy
1Jrt unpsually uiiUsuaiiy sulIY high character There were werevery werenof werefew
very few missives ml lve that were not terse terseand terseand tersean
and an to the point and the arguments argumentsprtiiented argumentspI ergumontsjieonted
prtiiented pI ented In l the few brief sentences sentencesBeomed onteDce8e enteneesseemed
seemed e med unassallaMe unae a1labJethts this seems true 02 02both otboth Ofbath
both sides There have been few tewveC7 fewveryVtvanswers very veryfeTT
feTT 1 Vtvanswers answers In the negative
The contest con teet ends ti tios tOOathe last of
the seats to Paid In Full to be given ghenoft givenas
os rIses will n be distributed this eve evening eveiIhg ¬
ning Ih No tickets are available for fo per ¬
formances at t the he Columbia CoIum la tomorrow tomorrowand tomorrowRnd tomorrownd
and nd the company leaves Ieav the city for
Jt3 1 jt fi next stop tomorrww night Persons Personswbo PeIllOnBW
W wbo o are awarded tickets today to4ywhoee whose
Jiajnes appear in The Times this after afterjiuon afterJ100n afterIRJ0fl
jiuon are re requested to claim them as asearly ueArly e erarly
early as passible There are 0 but twelve twelvepairs twelvepairs
pairs aJrs of seats for this tb evenings per ¬
torm jrmafl0eThe formance formanceThe an ee eeThe
The committee Ommltt has selected the tel tolwlnl ¬
lowing wlnl letters for fo publication today toda todaI
76 I the t Bdltor dltoi of The WaahlnpUm Time l1 l1Elrhteen T1s T1sl1ghteen
Eighteen dollars per Why thats that easy easyequhdfes
IRequinUes Skyparlor chafling dish and anda
a ftreless releq OOker Drop in on your friends friendsend friendsoJjd friendsnid
end relatives about dinner Utne me at t least leastthree
three 1 1 hree or four evenings a week and andw andtID andwrnii
wrnii w eiv perchance a friend should Jlbouldcall ball ia11ut
Jugt ut efore i > your evening meal meal dont an
Iwer wor tne bell but slip out the back door
and take another dinner with your dear
f old motherhitaw V lnlaw around the corner
< o to 3 the theater
as a guest of The TheKi
W1shlngton Tlm Times and Dd Je t OU forg t t
10 making Ki S monthly payments paynen to the un ¬
dertaker for you know not when you
may need his services servicesCHAS servicesCIA8 ne neCHAS
Petworth PetworthDecember PetOfthDeeember Petworthtecesuber
December 11 1 lIfe ISttTes lIfero <
To t1te t Xdttel of TIle v Waelslsten n
roe It is i quite possible Ible to Jtve Ih 1v on oni
19 l per week if a married couple wfti wftionly rionly wihoCly
only pull together and plan carefully
tliplr 1 expenditure and not go beyond beyondtlieir beyondthetr
tlieir 1 elr means First they must select a
cpVnfortable comCortable flat to cost with Itb heat In
< iuded fli U per month next table ex cxiese5
JJ J iese5 Jses se must be covered by tt this can canBi
liq Bi 1eaalJy < IIy done to It f one is a good GOd manager qe
tA tnen > n the gas insurance ln urance and incidental incidentalexpenses Incidentalxpen lucidentatexpenses
expenses < xpen e about the home should be
nbout n 5M 10 I So there will be a balance balanceof balan balanIf
of If 10 10 or more to be used for emerges ¬
cies c LQ clothes or pleasures plea ur The forego
lr J lOg rs C is from actual estimates and not notlearNY
hearsay learNY Very truly trul yours
The Fairfax FairfaxWashington FairfaxWashington FairfaxWashington
Washington D C Dec 10 IMS l lorn 1IOSrn IMSTn
Tn the t Odhor dJ01 of The Waahingtoa Times
We are living U lit a fast age e yet any anysensible anysnsIbie y yBfnslble
sensible levelheaded Ie married couple couplecan couple8n couplecen
can easily manage onjftlS OIIt31 per If they theycannot tbeyannot theyeannot
cannot < there is1 is1surely surely something thlng rad radically radjeaU radically ¬
ically jeaU wrong somewhere either on one oneHQo onee140
HQo 140 of the house or other or maybe on onboth onboth onboth
both Many couples coupl live on much less lessyt J Jd Lesset
yt d are ar happy They evidently are areTnates Utrue Utruematell true truemates
mates and of some consideration one onefor onetor onefor
for the other in their endeavors to tonl Jog Jogalong JotrB
along B nl ng modestly So it Is the general generalmakeup Jreneralmakeup generalmakeup
makeup of the married couple plays playsn
1 nfl n Iraportatit part In following out outdaUy a adally adoily
dally outline of moderate living 11101 < They Theycannot Theycapnot rheyaJU1ot
cannot < hope to confine themselves with within withIn within ¬
in this Income > who give no thought of ofthe oft oftho
the t coming or going of their money moneyU moneyturs
TBtturn turs U respectfully r L 1 A WOODIN WOOD1NMl
Ml Twentyfirst street northwest northwestWashington northwatWublton northwestWashington
Washington D C C Dee 21 Utt Uttth uthe liiime
the th Boltor Oitor o The wiwhtacto w Wuelngos Tin Tinit Times TItMiIj
it j t has been proven that a man mancm JItQM
cm M live on 2 cents worth of beans beansnd bea beac beammid
c Id 5 cents worth of bread d dcJat a aja aCa
ja cJat < also that people can live Ih on WOO WOOi 100 100mi
i mi < Jlay ay y These TIt of coarse ne are the ex ext exftJ
t ftJ runes r3neL > PJe But can two people live on I IIi II IIweek
Ii 4 week < Hik or J72 72 a month monthTake montbTtk monthTk I
Take Tk a small apartment for 26 a amouth a1nollth a211011th
mouth gas at fG 6 and tb table tablettO tablettOJI at WO WOi
i JI week WN > k In these three Items you have haveJ7 hsves havese i
J7 s se already al y Where is the reserve for forrlothes fordothes forlothes
rlothes doctors bills amu amusements mellUi and and1ot
tot elevation and advancement In Intipse InthtO
tipse 1 t N t days of costly living it Is almost almostImpoMHlble almoetmpo almostlmposidble
ImpoMHlble mpo lhle for two people to live com ¬
fortably on 51s l a week without going
into 1 debt and without worrying worryt over overcadi overHI overexpenditure
cadi < HI expenditure I speak from ex exjerienc exIPMence oxt1cnce
jerienc t1cnce because all8e I have bav sen It tried triedjmd triedIf triedind
jmd If nd with all the extras ext constanUy bob
Mug up one cannot have any margin marginc mr 1n 1nn
c tn < n no small > an 0 Income IncomeTrusting IncomeTruBUnA IncomeTrusting
Trusting that although I take the thepessimists tbepeaslmlet thept8simIsts
pessimists view of this th subject despitethe deaplteth despite desplmethe
the th fact that I am an n optimist opt I will willone 111 111A
lr > A one of the lucky twelve twel I am very verytruly
truly yours yoursMI yDUnlKI yoursMI8
23SS F I street reet northwest nortbw Washington WashingtonDecember
December 20 tttt ttttTo 111Io 1100To
To o the he Editor dltor of TIM WMUS W Waubitos < MI Times ThtHMiYes l111Mf1Y TimesYes
Yes Y H a couple eo eotse ll4e can live u on W 11 a week weekprovided week weekJJrovtded weekIJrvIded
provided there iire are not too many little littlernouths UttleJi littlelgOUth
rnouths Ji te feed and husband and wife wifel wtrelu wifehive
l lu hive ve each other and are contented to todeny todeoy todeny
deny themselves the luxuries which bleh are arebeyond arehoond arebeyond
beyond their mean Plft The husband husbandphouid hu husbandshould > bttnd bttndhoiJld
should be temperate in his hs haW habits > Mts and andBilling andilIiflX nd ndlUlnK
Billing lUlnK to entrust his b salary lary to the theJTA the4tA thedJn
4tA JTA of his wife wt as she will have his hisJoft hla1oet hisl4nct
Joft Interests at heart and use every everypnny vrynny everypenny
penny nny to the best advantage I It Iast uit but butnot butIlot buliot
not least The Washington Times will willo willLP
o LP < a daily visitor to their home and andiv andareIIJII andcarefiIf
iv carefiilfv areIIJII reading the advertisement advertisementlimns AdvertlaementIII sdvertlsemenltelimds
telimds < < limns III ml ll tii I If will find many man bargain bargainwhich buralnw1ikh bargainswhith
which win III i mount 1 to a considerable considerablefivln COnlJklerable1lln ioneldorsbleAlng
fivln Alng c at the end of the year and an nd can cani canaIi
i aIi il 1 < 1 aside for the inevitable In vlta le rainy rainydiiy raInyI
diiy I L Yours truly
HI i1 Tt T I uiithf 1thllIt 1thllItV ist
Sidelights on Our Statesmen StatesmenWise StatesmenWise
Wise Unwise and Otherwise
IS name is spelled as if it were wereI werepronounced ere erepronOUMCed
H I pronounced Pinshot but in fact factit factIt factIt
it is pronounced Pinshow PinshowThat PlnlilhowTbat PinshowThat
That wouldnt have been so soimportant 80Important 10mportant
important I a few months ago when he hehe behe hee
he h e was merely a member of the Roose Roosevelt Rooseelt e evelt ¬
velt v elt tennis teDn cabinet but bu s now v decry it itas Itas Itas
as his friends may scout ut it as his hlaenemies III IIIenemies hisenemies
enemies may laugh at t as lie choose choosethe ehoo choosehe e ethe
the t he awful truth cant be any ny longer sup suppressed auppre8lod suppremed ¬
pressed pressedThis pre8lodThis premedThis
This tall thin scrappy person with withthe withhe Itlt Itltthe
the t he Frenchy name and nd HY dye or six million millionand mmlondollars milliondollars
dollars ot gool clean money oC Ida own ownnd
and nd absolutely b no sense about work working workInG workng
ing I ng with a genius enlna for clothes at 10 the thesuit tbe80It thesuit
suit or thereabouts a bunch of Yale Yaledegrees YJedogree Yaledegrees
degrees and a rather rather startling com command comman cornmand ¬
man mand 1 of the art of using little short shortAngloSaxon shortA shortAngloSaxon
A AngloSaxon loSaon words where other high highbrowed hlshbrowed highbrOwed
browed persons would use Latin words wordsthis wendsthis ord ordUs
this Us person personBut JQI1IOn JQI1IOnBut personBut
But is is hard to get out the telling tellingawfultruth tellingau tellingawfuktruth
awfultruth au truth about him This Tl individual individualanyhow Individualanyhow individualanyhow
anyhow who ho could have a yacht of his hisown h hown lugown
own and bathe tbe in champagne and know knowall knowaU knowall
all the th chorus girls by their theiritret first ftr t names namesit
it I t he liked that sort of thing but who whohasnt whoha whobsnnt
hasnt ha had anymore any ny more realization of his hisopportunities hisopportualU hisopportunities
opportunities than to work eighteen eighteenhours elgbteenhourw eighteenhours
hours a day all his h life for the love of ofworking oCorktn ofworking
working workingThis workingThis orktnTh <
This Th individual this thl Gifford Finchot Finchotperson Plnchotr Pinebotperson
person r on has a Presidential boom that thatpersistently thatHtnIatelltly thatperslstenUy
persistently follows him around and is isactually Iactually Isactually
actually trying to Ret him to recognize recognizeit
it It
There its It out They talk about it all allover allover allover
over town You can hear it from Sen Senators Sentonr Sonators ¬
ators tonr and the House members have havegone haeoo havegone
gone iIO o far as to make come figures rure on onit onIt onIt
it It They are wondering wonderln if Roosevelt Rooseveltwont Uoo Rooseveltwont eveltwont
wont support Pinshr t or pinsliow or orPinchot orl orPinchot
Pinchot l > provided ctoosevelt doesnt doesntwant doesntwant doesntwant
want the job aIn In himself Some of ofthem oCthem ofthem
them think Roosevelt Roo will want it and andtherefore aDdtherelore andtherefore
therefore Pinchot I will have to step stepaside stepeIde
aside and nd look after tter the th Department of ofAgriculture orAgriculture ofAgriculture
Agriculture and the trees But others otherspersist otbeNlperatst otherspersist
persist that Roosevelt will never run runagain runn runagain
again n and that instead he will take up upthe upthe upthe
the cause caU of his old friend GtfforU and andput andput andput
put him over in 1912 1112Some 1912Some 112Some
Some folks object to Pinchot because becausehe becau e ehe
he has a French name How are you yougoinir 70UJC yougoing
going JC lnJr to run a man for President when whennobody whenOIKd whennobody
nobody OIKd knows how to pronounce his hisname hi hinam4 hisname7
name name7 demanded one politician politicianWell politicianW politicianWell
Well W JI replied another ult 1 If youll youHrecollect youllrtCoJlect youllrecollect
recollect how Roosevelt got the Dutch Dutchand Dutchand Dutchand
and Oerman votes because he was wasDuAch wuDutch wasLujch
Dutch the Italian vot vote because e he hecould hecould hecould
could talk tlt the Italian language the theFrench therench theFrench
French rench vote te because the French believed believedhe
he was one of them and the Hebrew Hebrewvote Hebrewvot Hebrewvote
vote vot because the Hebrews all thought thoughthe thobtbe
be was Rosenfleld ROtIeDfteldjuat just figure on that thatand thatand thatand
and youll see how Pmehot maybe May can canrun canrun canrun
run all n right rightSenate rtc t tII
II IISenate 5Senate J
Senate Family FamilyRuns FamilyRuna FamilyRuns
Runs the Place PlaceWho PlacWho PlaceWho
Who compose the Senate family as asthings asthlnp asthings
things are now organised o hIed in that body bodyThe bodyThe bodyThe
The Senate family of course Is I the thelittle thelittle thelitUe
little group of 1n insiders who run the Re Repnbilean RepnbJtean Repubilcan
pnbilean organisation and consequently consequentlyrun
run the Senates 5tna for the most part partWhen MIrtWhen partWhen
When Senator Allison was alive he hew hewas
was w a Urge part of the family He Hesat Het Heat
sat at t at t the head of the tAo with Sean Senator Se Setor Seantor ¬
tor Aldrich at hta I ho right nnd u d Hale 111 at his I IJeCt
left Now that Senator lllson Is gone goneTO goneTO one oneTO
General Edwards Recovering From FromAccident FromAccident FromAccident
Accident Encountered on Tour TourIn TourIn
In Porto Rico RicoSAX Ricoux RkoSAX
SAX JUAK J tJA Porto Rico Dec st stGen IL ILa 31aen
Gen a Clarence Edwards chief of the thereau Bu Bureau Dareau ¬
reau of insular Affairs AlraJ who I 1ft here herewith hereUI
with UI Secretary of War Dickinson on ontocIa fe fetoday iitoday I
today tocIa greatly improved from his acci accident aceldent accldent ¬
dent of Wednesday and will wi resume the thetour tltetout thetour
tour of the Island with Secretary rtary Dick Dickinson DlckI Dicklemon ¬
lemon insonPorto I lemonPorto neon neonPorto
Porto Ricans who attended the ban banQU9t banQuet banquet
Quet given by the Porto Fico Associa Association A Ai5oiten oolaUen ¬
ten in Secretary Dickinsons DIc hiona JtMn honor test testnight taatn mumight
night n bt are today commenting favorably favorablyon
on the Secretarys utterances In ro referring ror roferring ¬
ferring r < rmJ to the policy that t would be benureued bepu beI
nureued pu uecJ by this Government toward the theislanders th8Inde theIslanders I
islanders Inde the Secretary promised that thattheir th thaitheir t ttheir
their aspirations would be fulfilled in inthe Inue I Ithe
ALBANY N Y Dec M JtTh6 The pur purposes purposc purposes ¬
poses of the U Democratic League Iea ue or organized orKanlzed organized ¬
ganized at the Saratoga conference last lastSeptember JalltRfPttmbrr t ti4eptember
September are outlined in a rail all Issued Issuedfor Issuedtr I Ifr
for a meeting n < ftlng of the Irague in Albany AlbanyJjxiif AlbanyJI1o1l r rjp1l
Jjxiif 1 v 27
th J group consists of Aldrich Hale HaleGalllnffer HaleGallinger HaleGalliager
Galllnffer Lodge Warren Nelson n Pen Penj Penrose Penrose
j rose rose Kean Crane Carter and Smoot SmootI SmootSeAators SmootSenators
I Senators Cullom and Burrows Burro s and mem members members mernhers ¬
bers of the family ox officio and by byi byvirtue byvirtue
i virtue of long service though they thO take takelittle takelittle takelittle
little part in the running of the ma machinery machinery machinery ¬
chinery now Senator Crane belongs belongslargely belongsJrgely belongslargely
largely because beeu c he Is 1 valuable when it itcomae IteomOill Itcomes
comes to smoothing matters over and andfixing andftxJng andfIxing
fixing them up upDoes upuDoes upDoes
Does Senator Se ator Root bolond to the thefamily thefamily thefamily
family was the question asked of a aSenator
i Senator who was talking abeut that re 10 10Jmlrkble remarkable
i markable body bodyNo bod bodyNo
uNo No was the reply Root Is the at attorney attorne attornez ¬
torney for the family but he doesnt doesntbelong dOMntbetonK doesntbelong
belong to It ItSenator It ItSesmtor ItSenator
Senator Nelson fought along with the theinsurgents theInlgent8 theInenrgonts
insurgents in the special session This Thishowever Thisbowever Thishowever
however has not prevented the leaders leadersfrom jewelSfrom eu1crO eu1crOfrom
from having pretty close relations with withhim withhim withhim
him himOne himOne
t 1 1One
One of the curious ourlOIhlslluations situations about the theSenate thenle theSenate
Senate nle is I the relation between bet etn the tam family tamIly tamfly ¬
ily and nd Senator Dolliver and between betweenthe betweenthe betweenthe
the same body and Senator Cummins CumminsOne CumminsOne CumminsOne
One would ould suppose that the family UfamllyWould familywould familywould
would have the much creator dislike for forSenator torSenlor forSenator
Senator Cummins who for years be before betore before ¬
fore entering the Senate was an avowed avowedradical avowedradical avowedradical
radical But it is not ao Since Senator SenatorDolllver SenatorDolliver SenatorDolltver
Dolllver lashed Senator Aldrich on tariff tariffand tatItAnd taHffand
and thre threw v all 11 kinds of hardware h rdwarp into intothe Intothe intothe
the cylinder c lInder of the Senate machl 4e e he hehas hehas hehas
has been under the extremfc extr mt displeasure displeasureof dl pleasure
of the lenders This began back in the thedays thedays thedays
days of the railroad rate rt fight out it ithas Ithas Ithas
has grown worse with tne passing pasa ng of oftime ottime oftime
time Now the Aldrich coterie looks on onDolllver onPoJUver onDolilver
Dolllver as sn an Ishmaellte DlIIver Dolllverdoesnt DlIIverdoaent Dliiverdoesnt
doesnt mind and nd In fact seems to enjoy enjoyIt
It The head men of the uCamll family are arenot arenot arenot
not enamored of Cummins but in a apersonal apcrllOn1 apersonal
personal way get on better with > him himthan himthn himthan
than with Dolliver DolliverIt
+ s
It doesnt mater who is the titular titularleader titularlelldtr titularleader
leader of the Senate minority the real realleader realtt realleader
leader tt > Ader no far as there is one Is Sena Senator Senator Senator ¬
tor Bailey of Texas When hcn Bailey sets setsout set setout setsout
out on a policy he is likely always to tohave toh tohtve
have h ve a strong tron following on his hi side of ofthe ortht otthe
the chamber Moreover when Senator SenatorAldrich SenatorAldrich SenatorAldrIch
Aldrich wants to take up anything with withthe withthe withthe
the Democrats D8IDO rats or enlist them In any anycause anycaUtIo anycauSe
cause he quietly drops over to Baileys Baileysseat Balleyseat Baileysseat
seat and sits down alongside alon ldc of the theTexas theTexs theTexas
Texas Senator Then they talk it all allover sl1Ocr ll llover
over overThe overThe
OcrThe +
The Government has just established establishednar e establishednear tabIl8hcdnAr
nar Muscatlne Iowa a station for the thepropagation thfrOPAJlatlon theroPsgatton
propagation of the freshwater rre hwuter musaol musaolclam mU8fJolclam museolclam
clam One of the sharks of the + he Bu Bureau Burau Burealm ¬
realm of Fisheries who has h8 < been n sent sentthere senttherG sentthere
there to assist In the experiments with withthe withthe withthe
the title of assistant e superintendent is isWalton 1MWalton isWalton
Walton Clark a young scientist of abil ability abilIty ability ¬
ity who halls from Indiana Clark Is a arare ar arare
rare r re character and nd has had a lot of ofinteresting orIntere ofInteresting
interesting Intere Unr experiences Some time ago agohe agolu agolie
he lu was w5 out at Plymouth Ind conduct conducting conductInle conductlimE ¬
limE some investigations hVe U atlons for the Govern Government Governmeont Governmeat ¬
meat when there was an invasion In Inmany Inmany inmany
many parts of the town of what the In Inhabitants Inhabitants Inhabltautke ¬
habitants said were toadstools Some Someof Someof Someof
of the denizens took their troubles to toClark toCIrk toClark
Clark and asked him him how ho to get rid ridof rIdor ridof
of the aforesal toadstools toadstoolsShow toadtoolShow toadstoolsShow
Show them t em to me said Clark ClarkThey ClarkTh ClarkThey
They Th did didGreat ddGreat didGreat
Great Scott said Clark Get me a abasket aba abasket
basket basketThen ba basketThen keL keLThen
Then he proceeded to gather up the theallexed theaUexed thealtexed
allexed pests t1l and have a a mess me cooked cookedThey cookedTJlev cookedThey
They were the finest kind of mush mushrooms mushrooms
rooms room and for weeks w k a bio chare of the thepopulation thepopultlon thepopulation
population subsisted on them themDISCOVER th themDISCOVER m
Officials of Great Northern NorthernCause NorthernCause NorthernCause
Cause the Arrest of Saloon SaloonKeeper SaloonKeeper SaloonKeeper
Keeper KeeperST
ST PAUI Dec 3L n1n In the arrest of ofPaul orPaul 01Paul
Paul Carbon a saloon loon keeper charged chargedwith chargedwith I Iwith
with Illegally disposing of some of tho thocompanys thocompany I Icompanys
companys passes extensive frauds have havebeen havobeQu hav m
been discovered It is claimed whereby wherebythe r
the Great Northern North rn Railroad Company Companyhas Cempanless r
has lost from 136000 to JttOOOO a yoar yoarKxeept YOArExcpt yearExcept
Except to declare that none of the therailroad thOrailroad I Iralroed
railroad officials are implicated ImllIc ted Prod President Prealdent Proddent ¬
dent L V HIM of the Great Northern Northernrefused NorUernreruttod Norfternrefused
refused to talk of the matter From Fromthe Fromthe Pronthe
the police who assisted ted MS special specialagents speolalA I IagSntZ
agents A enta of the railroad In making the thearrest I Iarrest 1 1arrOllt
arrest it is loarned that several em employes 001PloYC8 empOyC ¬
ployes pOyC of the company shortly arc to tobe tob6 te teho
be arrested and that one already alro dy haa haaconfessed hlronf9sed ha haconfessed
confessed confessedGUESS ronf9sedGUESS confessedGUESS
LONDON Dec 81 3tBaron Baron Iklacnagh Iklacnaghten acnaghten
ten formerly lord of appeal In jrdinary jrdinaryIs
Is I mentioned as likely to be delegated delegatedby i ib
by b KIng Edward to Investigate the re respective rcspecUvA tospective ¬
spective cases or the Inlted States and andt andhili auu I
t hill in the Alsop lalm dispute of ofwhich otwhlrh a awhich r
which his majesty H l tir arbitrator rh trator
Niece of Former Russian RussianAmbassador RussianAmbassador RussianAmbassador
Ambassador Will Make MakeBow MakeBow MakeBowJanuary
Bow BowJanuary January 11 11The 11The 11The
The Countess Marguerite Cassfal Cassfalniece Canlniece Caselniniece
niece of the former ambassador ambas dor from fromHusala tromRussia fromRusula
Russia to the United States has finally finallydecided ftnallydecided finallydecided
decided to go on the professional stage stageand stageand stageand
and will make her first appearance In IBParis InParis inParis
Paris January 11 In one of the fashion fashionable rashlonable fashionable ¬
able concert halls Hho he will later make makeher makeher snakeher
her appearance in opora oporaThe oporaThe oporaThe
The news that Countess a Casslni In Intended Intended Intended ¬
tended to go on the stage was received receivedhere receivedIere receivedIere
Iere several months ago and Vas later laterdenied JaterdenIed laterdenied
denied It is l known here that the beau boautlful bo beautiful u uUfuJ
tlful niece of the former Russian am ambassador ambassador ambassador ¬
bassador was waastudythg studyhiff vocal ocal music In InParis InParis inParis
Paris and when she left Washington Washingtonshe
she is reported to have confided to her herfriends herfriends herfriends
friends that she intended to make UB UBof use UIIOor useof
of nor vclce vctceCountess vclceCountess vclceCountess
Countess Casslnl will be remembered rememberedhere rememberedhere
here as onr on of the most beautiful young youngwomen youngwomen I
women in the Diplomatic Corps She Shewas Shewas Shewas
was hostess at her uncles home during
his service hero and was an Intimate Intimatefriend Intimatefriend Intimatefriend
friend of Mrs Alice Roosevelt Long Longworth Longworth Longworth I
worth prior to her marriage
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S SUS S S SSynopsis
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedVletor PublishedVlelor PublishedVictor
Victor do Cardlllac of Gaseony pk plots plotsto > ts tsto
to kill Charles dAlbert de Luynes LUJnes fav favorite favorite favonto ¬
orite and master of King KJn Louis XIII XIIIHo XIIIlIe XIIIHe
Ho entices a man supposedly De Luynea Luyneainto LUJ1uInto LuyneCinto
into a duel He discovers that his an antagonist antagonist antagonist ¬
tagonist Is not De Luynoa but the Due Duei DueMontreuil DueMontreull
i Montreull an opponent of D D1t Luyne LuyneThe LUYDIMThe LuynesThe
The two are arreftad for dueling They Theysecure Theysecure
secure their release by persuading the thesergeant thesergeant thesergeant
sergeant that Cardlllac was attacked attackedfootpads 7y 7ytootpadi > 11 11footpads >
footpads The duke d ke wheedles from tf5 fie fiepcrgcont heIIergeant
sergeant a Icttre de cachet or warrant warrantsigned warrantsigned warrantsIgned
signed by the king Cardlllac volunteers volunteersto Oluntee Olunteeto
to recover the dukes daughter Thereae Thereaewho ThereHwho Theresewho
who Is detained V J a loyal convent conventHe conventne conventHe
He secures admittance adml tance to the convent conventby conventby conventby
by using the lettre de cachet The ab abbess abbess abbees ¬
bess divines his ruse lie flees to escape escapearrest eseapearrest esespearrest
arrest During his flight he meets Marie MarieDuehamps MarJeDuohamps MarieDucbarnps
Duehamps She says she i II waiting maid maidto malette maidto
to Mile de Montreull Darkness catches catchesCardlllac catcJte5CanlUlac catchesCardiliac
Cardlllac and Marie In the woods aDd they theyspend tbeyspend theyspend
spend the time waiting for dawn in a dis discussion dlecunlon dl dlcusslon ¬
cussion of their situation which finally finallyangers finallyan finallyangers
angers an nI Marie to such an 1 extent that eke ekeorders heorders sheorders
orders Cardlllac to leave her and go his hisway hisway
way He is about to do this when a asharp asharp asharp
sharp continuous boom is heard e rd through throughtho throughth throughthe
the woods and they cannot te tell whether whetherit
it is thunder or a warning gun They Theyoverhear Theyovarheor Theyoverhear
overhear a conversation between ofiVeers ofiVeerssent omersaont
sent to hunt Carfilllao Ca Ulao which tells them themthe themthe themthe
the convent gatn ball ha been blown down downand downaRt downand
and Cardlllac and the girl are being beinghunted beinghunled beinghunted
hunted by b the military r llltal1 Inadvertently Inadvertentlythfe
the th officers o rs make known the password for forthe fOUtI forthe
the night nightMarie 1IlghtMarie nightMarie
Marie insists upon proceeding alone to toBlols toBlots toBlots
Blots Cardlllac attenr attewi U to prevent her herwhereupon 1Mrwhereupon er erwhereupon
whereupon she threaten Mm with a dag dagger dagKer doggot ¬
got gerCHAPTER
CHAPTER XVI Contd Contde ContdYOU
e j OU are an unfair highwayman highwaymanV highway highwaymanMarie man manfarle
YOU 1T V Marie The robber of o the theI theroad
I road demands your money or oryour oryour oryour
your life but you lovely an angel anstloC angel ¬
gel stloC of danger threaten both bothMario bothMtino bothMitrio
Mario did not reply but held to her herattitude hernttltude herattitude
attitude of defense defenseDo
Do you mean seriously to challenge challengeto C
to mortal combat the second best bestswordsman bestswordsman bestswordsman
swordsman in France
1 cannot roturn the compliment mon monsieur mon5leur mensicur ¬
sieur for to I should not nil that gentle gentleman gentleman gentleman ¬
man courageous who threatened threatenedoman a awoman awomaiL
woman womanVrai womaiLtTrai omanVral
Vrai Dleu Marie tarh I do not threaten threatenyou threatenyou threatenyou
you I am but anxious for your safety safetyIt
It Is you OU who threatens me And now nowto nowto nowto
to show you how much I fear that toy toyor toyor toyor
or you either I bid you strike utrJkeHe strikeHe trikeHe
He clasped his hi hands behind him and andmarched andmarthed andmarched
marched straight UP to her until their theirlips t theirlips elr elrUps
lips were not six inches apart apartStrike aprtStrlke apartStrike
Strike Mar Mars because If you do not notwithin notwithin notwithin
within ten mlnues mlm + es I shall gather you youin youIn youin
in my arms arm aiyl place you on my m hOrse horeeNow hOrseNow horseNow
Now Mademoiselle Madem01seJJel Mademo selle why do you lao hosiwhich hosttate l ltate
tate Why has cl cli that high courage couragewhich couragewhich
which 1 admired o moment ago left leftyour lattyour leftyour
your face Think hew fitting your blow blowwould blowwould blowwould
would be and how poetical the t e justice justicethat justicethat justicethat
that guided a womans wOOlan stiletto into my mycorrupt m mcorrupt mycorrupt
corrupt heart heartCHAPTER heartCHAPTER
ARIE maintained m lntalned her attitude for fora
a few moments tnen her arm annJowored armlowered
lowered and tears of f vexation came cameinto cameInto cameinto
into her eyes There was as a tremble in inher Inher inher
her voice olce when she said saidYou sai saiuYou saWYou
You know I did not believe that thatThen thatThen thatThen
Then why do you object to my es escort ec escort ¬
cort c Jrt < and why do you 011 think that steel steelwill steelwin steelwill
will protect you youMonsieur youMonsieur 7 7Monsieur
Monsieur if I tell IU t u the truth truthwill truthwill trothwill
will you let me go my own way wayT I Iagpurc 1allure Iassure
allure you I am not accustomed ccu tomed to be being beIng being ¬
ing thwarted and am headstrong h08d trong after aftera
a fashion fashionI t flhlon flhlonI
I should have thought on the con contrary contrary contrary ¬
trary that you were disciplined to toobedience toobedience toobedience
obedience Do you oppose mademoi mademoiselle mademolselJa mademotselle ¬
selle as you have opposed me meAh meuAh meAle
uAh Ah mademoiselle That is another anothermatter anothermatter nothermatter
matter I obey madem mademoiselle hJE > lle In every cverything everything
1 thing thingOf thingOr
1oT oT Of course Then tell me your truth truthful truthCuI truthful ¬
ful reason rea on for refusing my lfl assistance assistanceI
I refuse for your sake and not for formy formy forray
my own I shall be quite unmolested unmolestedon
on the road to Blots but you march marchthere marchthere marchthere
there without disguise in the garments garmentsso garmentsSO
so famltllar to Beaugeacy Be ugeD Your our de decola descrIption tiescription
scrIption hM gone ahead of you Fran Francol8 Francoin
cola has told each patrol for whom to toyoaone tolook tolook
look and before Ions lie le will have In Informed informed
formed the military at Blots M r your yournge yourage
appearance manner aml nd i Cflrlng oenrlngYou CflrlngYou
age You for forret > t that Francol aid he hewould hewould
would help me to escape escapeYcs escapeYes
Yes It he mot yoaone you lone but you youtlong youmust Youmust
must remember he carries hi his InHtnlc InHtnlcUonll instructions
tlong to Blols and he also believe you youwill youwill ou
will 111 mako for that town The whole wholecountry hole holecountr
country to the north of the l Loire lre Is on onthe onthe onthe L
the alert already watching for you ou I Imy Ican Ican
can get through to DlollI but you will wSUbe willbe
be captured and beUev believIng ng you to be b a abrave abrave
I cannot cannotbear
brave man and 0 gentleman
should be sacrificed on onmy L
bear that you onI
my account There at last you ou have havethC havetho havetho I
tho truth monsieur monsieurCardUtac
thC CardUtac rd1uh caught her by tho two twoshSe toshoulders twcshoulders t
shSe shoulders TheVl The girl first shrank from fromHim fromhim fronihim
Him then seeing he made m de no attempt attemptto
to draw her to his anna she stood stooda stoo1quiescent loodquiescent i
a quiescent quiescentllarle S5SSr Marie he cried If There TherCile de deMontreull deMontreuil deMontrcuil
Montreull Is half BO fine a lady tad as you youand youand ou ouand
and much as I admire her beauty beaut I Iam Iam
am not referring to thatshe that he has hasreason hureason haareason I
reason to be proud of herself How However lIo If ow owever ¬ I Iever
ever obscure and humble jour our origin originMnrie originMarie j jMarIe
MarIe at heart you are a lady lad and a abeauteous s sbeauteous I
beauteous brave and charming lady ladytttMarie 1ad 1adat I Iat
at that I
tttMarie Maria smiled and a mischievous mischievoustwinkle mlllCIJlevou1 I
twinkle chased away tho moisture from fromamSgratIJled fromher trotsher I
her eyes eyesI cyenam
I amSgratIJled am gratUl gratitled d to receive so flattering flatteringan fittorin
an opinion from one whom I must mustregard mustro mustregard t
regard ro rd as a connoisseur connoisseurVictors connoisseurVlcto1s
Victors hands rested more heavily heavilyon heavi1 r
on Marion shoulders than she thought thoughtwas thoughtwas thought t
was necessary and she made a slight slightmovement BlightmOAment t
movement to release herself As they theystood theystood thela r
stood together on the high hl h road his hisback hisbllCk biiI a
back waa sas as toward the moon which whichshone whlrhshone whIrlshone I
shone full upon the lovely face of the thegirK thegirl
girl He seemed oveipowered by this thisclose thisdose thu thuclose 5
close view Iew of her beauty heaut and lit 11 feel 141Ing ¬
tag those h hsav y JIt JRnii > mlI 10 u
s U Udraw
draw her still nearer braced back re resisting relllll1ng reslating ¬
slating ther the r appeal She spoke In a alow alow aow
low l ow voice voicePlease voicePlease olce olcePlee
Please she said I rest t secure in inthe Inthe inthe
the courteay and chivalry or f De Car Cardlllac Cardillac
dillac dillacThe dlllacThe dillacThe
The young mans left hand swung
down to his side with a certain pendu ponduumlike ¬
lumlike l helplessness help1e ne L His right he
drew across his brow as a if in perplex perplexity perplexIty perplexIty ¬
ity The girl stood free watching him hImntently
Intently IntentlyWhere In I ntentlyWherewhere ten tI 30 30Vherewhere
Where Vherewhere where he murmured murmuredwith murmuredwith
with IUI a new hesitancy he dtaney in his h speech speechwhere speechwhere speechwhere
where have I heard those words be ¬
fore foreWhy
Why she said dont you rsmetn r mem i
ber They were the words of the themythical themythical j
mythical nun to the mythical De Car
dlllac dlllacu diilactVbat
u What at nun nunThe DunThe nunThe
The nun of Francois story It made madean madean madean
an Impression on my mind Did It not noton noton noton
on yonrsr yonrsrFrancois yours
Francois Francois Ah that was
the t he horseman But I did not harm the thenun thenun thenun
nun nunNo
No of course you did not Mon Monsieur Monsieur Moauieur ¬
sieur what is wrong TO with you You Youspeak Youspeak Youspeak
speak strangely as f if you were talking
in i n your our sleep
Cardlllac laughed lau ed a little
001 I am asleep or dizzy I have bad
no sleep for weeks I think I dont
know how long I am rather tired tiredImpulsively tiredImpulBlv tiredImpuletvey
Impulsively ImpulBlv y she stepped forward He
swayed es though he would fall and
held himself elf ereet by a visible effort
drawing his hand again and again againacrons againaerOfls againacross
across his brow as if to brush b away
bewLderment She grasped him by the theeft
left l arm rm but ut he winced and nct spoke ir irritably itritably ¬
ritably ritablyuDoot ritablyDont T TDont
Dont do that tlaatu he said
Tuxr round Into the moonlight t she shecommanded ahacommanded shecommanded
commanded 001 I want to see your fact facehorse
He leaned back against his p patient thmt
horse throwing the right arm over the theanimals theanlma1s theanimals
animals neck The girl gave a little littlecry l1tU l1tUTy littlecry
cry Ty of dismay dl m as she saw the ghastly
whiteness of hi his face with the pale palemoonlight palemoonlight
moonlight now upon it She felt warm warmmoisture warmmoisture
moisture on her hand and looking at t
her flagertips saw them red with Uh blood
You are wounded she cried criedOh criedOh criedOh
Oh It Is nothing nothingnothing nothing at all he
answered impatiently but a sword
thrust through the arm It would have
been aJJ a ri rlaiit 5t but for my coming care ¬
lessly leal down the rope rOl > e from the convent conv nt I
I wan VL showing off because e you were
there I burst the bandages and re reopen ¬
opeDfd open d the wound woundWho woundWho woundWho
Who wounded you ou and why wbr
It le of no importance I tell you
The D Dc tc c de Montreuil ran his sword
through throu h my arm armtht that is all
The due de Montreull
Yes YesBut YeBut YesBut
But why why h why hy
Dont reiterate a silly word like that
Why do you ask so many questions
Curiosity Curl < ity Is the bane of woman Keep
quiet and let ire gather my wits
Ht was breatLlnK b tHng hard slipping slow ¬
ly down along the horses neck Changing
on his overreaching right arm but butto
while his pJ puight ht brought deep sympathy
to the girls eyes her lips again de de ¬
manded mandedWhy mandedVh mandedWhy
Why Vh Why did the Due de Mon ¬
treull do thatf thatfBecause that thatfBecausebecause 1 1BecaUebecatUJoe
Because BecaUebecatUJoe because I attacked him I I
tried TO o assassinate Inate him
Tli1rlfhtarm The right Arm loosed Its how and nd 1
Cardlllac Card iliac fell prone upon the ground
The horse started back in fright bt and
the girl gazed down upon his white
face faceuSlnts
Saints et saintes Intet she II cried trem ¬
bling In what a web of falsehood am
I Involved Who is this man My M fath ¬
ers er friend or my fatherK murderer My
fathers friend 4 the horseman saM
and t1 as Cardlllac contended or his hl vile
assastin n as he has ha himself el admitted a amoment
moment since Where Wh re to my father A
victim to this mans mn treachery or orsafe safe
at Loches I shall go to Loches Loch instead I
of to Blots But no that is Impossible
Loches is I eighteen leagues away ay and ant nd I
Blols but six If anything any thin has happen happened
ed to my father I shall learn that tha t at 1
Riots and there my duty calls me to
the queen queenShe quefnShe queenShe
She turned her face to the west and
took a step tep In that direction but butpaused
parked again againin againOii
01 Oii what Is P the iruth V What hat Is I the I
truth in I He seemed honest hot t ami brav brave braveyes
yes and kind A lad like him cannot
bear murder in his heart and yet his hisown hieown hi I Iown
own words wordeand and that wound In his arm
My ty fathers s we wCttll till Tried to assassin assassinate n na ¬
ate a te him Delirium has its madness as aswell aswOtll aawell
well as its It troth truthWhat trothWhat trothWhat
What am m I to do If I leave him
here It is I death by exhaustion exhau tlon or
death by execution and if he h should be bemy bemy I Imy
my fathers friend after 1It r all U and my m
father fath r safe Ih Lochs Lochehow how am 11 I to de decide decide tiechit ¬
cide My duty Is to the queen qUf n to plan plarhI pinther
her escape and aid her yet I stand standher standhtrl stantihers
her hers hesitating Why have I allowed allowedthis aUowedthl I Ithis
this thl man to come between bete n me and my myutto m r rlutyto
duty lutyto utto to bring this tbl hesitation which whichwa which11I whictes
wa es 11I impossible half a dosen hours ago agoIvany agolurany
Ivany case guilty u1Jt or Innocent Innoct > nt what whatis whatis
is the death of ote o e man to the tate of ofa ci t ta I Ia
a dynasty To Blois of course there thereIs C Cis
Is no second choice choiceThis choiceThis choiceThis
This time she took five steps rem resolutely ruolutely remlutely ¬
lutely toward Blots faltered and looked lookedback lookedback looketback
back The horse had moved forward forwardhad forwrdhad forwardhad
had bent its head h ad affectionately over overitg overIt
itg It master snort snorting in with alarm at the thewarm thewarm t
warm scent of blood bloodThat bi d dThat
That dumb brute is more merclfsil merclfsilthan mercltulthan mercifrthan I
than I Cardlllac guided me safely safelythrough safel3through rely relythrough
through the forest bearing my petu petulance petulAnce pattilance ¬
lance with patience patl Thinking me meservile me8enlIe maservile
servile he called me a lady Here Herealone Herealone Herealone
alone and In his power at my myslightest mystlghte m mslightest
slightest t command he retreated from fromme frommo fronme
me One who was IU vile would < 1 not nothave nothave nol nolhave
have done that and all the while in inpain InpAin ii iipain
pain and lessening lellfnln strength no word wordof wordor Wor Worof
of complaint from his hi lips a smile smileInstead smileInstead sunlItinstead
Instead of a frown and his hi last lastconscious l lastconscious t tconscious
conscious word were used ed to per persuade persuado persuado ¬
suado a woman to allow him reckless recklessof recklenof
of his own safet r to ward off danger dangerfrom dang elangetfrom r rfrom
from her whili she taunted him himabout himabout I Iabout
about money moneya a r rtei frli h woman to a son sonof Ionot sot
of poverty as lie admitted himself tj tjtr t tLu
1 Lu tr > Mrrrifi7 ltrr iClI lira TM 111 what am < ij iji 1 1i I Ii
i i < ir r 1 v > f f rIVf r frvm f m i r r 1 1 f a 1
soul as his I cannot believe ill of
him himBut
But when she returned once more
the former hesitation overcame oer 8me her heras heraM heras I
as she looked down upon th the in insensible InenaJble ¬
sensible man After all His own ownwords ownword ownwords
words were witnesses against him
I I tried to assassinate him hesaid he hosaid hesaid
said If he has S injured my father I Icannot Icannot
cannot touch him hlmI I cannot bear to toso toso toso
so much as place my m hands upon him himand himand himand
and If ho be a murderer then must
he lie there and take whatever pen penalty penalty penalty ¬
alty comes com ell Oed of honesty give me mesome mesome
some inkling of the truth
She crossed her hands above her
troubled breast and raised a sup ¬
plicant face to the blue sky
Mary Queen of Heaven she sheprayed sbepraYed sheprayed
prayed look down In pity on thine thineerring thineerring
erring daughter Resolve her doubt
Is this man fair or foul Has he I
raised hand against my father Is
he JU for my fathers daughter to
touch If he is innocent bid me to toaid toaid
aid him Obliterate that natural pity
If he be unworthy Mere de Dlfeii Dlfeiiand Dl D1u iI
send me some sign lgn however trivial trlvf1and trivialand
and I will accept it it Mary mother of
God the merciful hear me
For a moment she stood with face
unllfted as if expecting an answer answer
from the skies but the sound that
reached her ears was entirely entlrel ter ¬
restrial It was the measured tramp
of the patrol returning from the di ¬
rection of BeeMsency A glance up
the rofcd ro d showed 8 0W eI him a sllouetted
black figure guN against the white apr ¬
face of the highway hl way He had evi ¬
dently see the horse and woman
standing there thereof for his musketoon
was not upon his shoulder but held
in readiness for attack or defense
Instantly the girl was on her knees
beside the wounded man She drew
the soaking sleeve from his arm and
saw with amazement mazementthat that the wound
was beautifully bound with the finest
cambric evidently the work of a sur ¬
geon who knew his business The sat saturated t ¬
urated bandag > had been slightly die displaced d1placed ¬
placed but its very presence would wouldcontradict wouldcontradict wouldcontradict
contradict the story she had instan ¬
taneously reserved to telL
This evidence must at once be done doneaway doneaway doneaway
away with before the soldier arrived
She drew from her bosom the Jeweled Jeweledstiletto JeweledaUI jeweledstiletto
stiletto aUI Uo and running its thin blade be ¬
tween bandage and arm she deftly
cut ut it away staining the virgin blade bladewith bladewith
with l1h blood For a moment before she
threw the bandage bauda e Into the bushes she sheexamined aheexamined sheexnmrJned
examined the fineness of the cJo a awith t twith
with sudden remembrance that only
in one place leeher her fathers tth ls house hou househadshe ebad bad badshe
she be seen cambric of this special make
Holding a section of it between herself herselfami her herselfand elf elfand
and the moon she saw dimly reflected reflectedthereon re ected ectedthereon
thereon woven in the fabric the letter
M and knew immediately that this thisbinding thisblncJlnp
binding had been done by her fathers fathersphysician fathersphysician fathersphysician
physician and nd therefore by her taut fathers tauters athe1 ¬
ers e1 orders However Cardillac had hadcome badcome hadcome
come by his wound it was her father fatherwho fatherwho fatherwho
who had succored him xs his daughter daughterwas daughterwas
was now attempting to do doMary doMary doMary
Mary I 1 adore thee and thank thee theeshe theesb4 theeshe
she murmured as she Auo
flung the sodden L Llump i
lump into the thicket Rapidly un unfastening Unrutpnln onfastening ¬
fastening his shirt and laying 1 G bare his hltlbr88t I Ibreast
i breast her small hands tremulously I
felt r 1t for the index of life His heart heartwas hetU beatiwas
was U beating feebly slowly but still stillI nUllbeating I
I beating beatingPoor bMUnguPoor beatingPoor
Poor lad The nun lied 1 for thee theeand theeand theeand
and with her life I shall do the same sameif AIIM
It I pay with my soul soulCHAPTER 80111CHAPlER sosfiOHAPTER
GODS CDS wounds ouAd mademoiselle what whathave wbathave whathave
have we here hereTne hereThe hereTba
The girl rose to her feet as If thte thteinterruption tIdIIinterruption I Iinterruption
interruption were ere unexpected then she shesaid IIheRid t tsaId
said as if with an effort to t osatrel her heremotion heremotion r remotion
emotion emotionMdame emotionMadame
1 Madame not aotd mademoiselle men mousiettr JIIOhsJI mensleur
siettr siettrWell
Well whichever yaw 7 please ase Is this thisman t tmaD I Iman
man d dead deadNo deadNo ad adNo
No monsieur but grievously grievouslywounded y ywounded V Vwounded
wounded woundedHow woundedUow woundedHow
How cam he wottMded wottMdedI woue4rI
I struck him down wn mon feurYouyou monafettrYou menakurYouyou
You Youyou you A slip of a girl to tostrike toatrlke U Ustrike
strike down a man armed with wltkword a asword m I Isword
sword I cannot believe bel that ma madan madame
dan dame daJneI
I took him unawares He did not notthink notthink n I Ithink
think I would do It I struck him with withmy wtthmy wit I Imy
my dagger d thrigigh ht the arm armHad armHad armHad
Had he ne been mistreating you youHe Our Ourlie youHe
He threatened to beat me meFor msUFoI meFor
UFoI For what ht reason rearonThe T TThe rThe
The reason that he IP I my husband husbandOh baadOh
Oh your Tour husband husbnd That ThtU puts a dif different differet dliforest ¬
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i world orld has come to toTrue toTrue toTrue
True monsieur but I am Illtemper Illtempered III IIIed ¬
ed and nd would not have it so soThte
Tbla This is a very serious matter and andby ant antby n nby I S
by your our own confession I must ar arrest arretlt atrest ¬
rest you youThe yourlte
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