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I THE WASHINGTON TBIES WEDXESPA V Y t l JTTNE 15 1910 7
K THE THEBLUE OCEANS S DAUGHTER Cyrn CusTumsdndBcady OW Dd Bady
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedOst Pu Pubhahedcsi iahed I I0I4
Ost csi Htraoi iia Hubbell HuboeHglumn asd JIb bbSMsA I
glumn who aa lisi live 0 entirely on onfathers her herfathers hertatbw
fathers chip often ort a wearing Indeed mens mensniotlna men menoI menaolM
niotlna olM are bound for Bocton on o the ship shIp1b blp blpHbaa
iflMMi 1b aa aM < aa S from fi nnimmr during duringtli durlDftUte
tli Ute latter part of the th American Bevolu Bevoluttoa ReyoluUoL BeoluUo
ttoa Uo Tbay ar captured by a a British Britishfrigate BrttIIIbt1iPt BrtUhZri
frigate Zri TMJ I 1ilIr tag rIf1Nem mtnent Fran Frmna FranoeM Franoek
a oeM i Ute botswila state tb the eaptala eaptalala
la rev rsRt N fw hfcvUtg vtDtIr been beenIAvtnsl fiociwl fiociwlUeaMnaxt ftocpclt
UeaMnaxt t Mornlngtow R R N ta left leftvrttH leftwttJt ittwtth
vrttH a prUe crew to t taM the the1IbIp snip tp t tBncjsad ta taEacInd tandsd
Bncjsad UM t1 old crew and CIte th Mate e Xr XrCo XrCGIIaDt XiSCoant
Co CGIIaDt ant who rtK > U In lov lov8 with Sun being beingImprtSMMd hetnI being1asiied
ImprtSMMd I forward Mornlncton falls In Inv Inleft in1ev
left 1ev v with Sutsfc is1 aDd sb she with aha h While Whiteoa Whileoa
oa deck one Oar d Conant contrives cQ trlVQI to toSaaa paw pawSocaa pa paSun
Socaa a a note telling ot o a plot to re recaptar NcaptIIN reraptma
captar Use ship Her part is to prevent preventtb preventtile preventthe
tb tile Nwotenaat IIutena fn from > m reaching reaeh the dark darkThat de dckThat k kThat
That nl night tat Mornlncton proposes to her herbut herbut herbut
but she defers her answer HanajiMC ft be betwesn be betWMII betwa
twesn love and duty she eb talafcs of t the tbah tbee thearm
e ADd JIWDe muney tbe be abIP abi 1 carrying to toJtw tohes
h Jtw r aMNttrynen II L1 SJM IUId in the end leeks the theaMeer the1IP thep
aMeer 1IP p la his Id state roMa Th The ship shipIc eh
Ic 1 recaptured Believing that b be has been beenr beentaIy
taIy r ly y plsyed pIa with Xorntngton refuses refusesto
to HMan eUn U to 8usaas ua s explanation 8ussn 8ussnrcjeeta an1M Sneenrs
rcjeeta rs tfe 1M J peopresi roao l at th the mat who whonss wboWOII whoa
nss a won back her ship for her herTbe herTIle herThe
TIle orislatU crew a bad lot lot now mn mnttastaa MDt iantIu
ttastaa t tIu la the flgnt h the laMe e it mortally mortallyBrlUah mortallyweudsd
weaded lid the r 011I osy pat down downby
1Iy U re or the Im Imprioaed BrttJ Brttt Brtttcrew
III crew The chip blp II wreelr8d Oft tM tMDrtd theBridik
BrlUah coast All ar are lost lostand p a 8usmiand
and Xoralnston With the aid of the
dttl dyta mate aad by s rhttaum uaIIIt eaTorta eaTortatM sortits
t tM girl drags her ureonscioMs lever leverutMrc borergeort
geort utMrc as MId then faints faintsCHAPTER talfttaCHAPTERXXn faintCHAPTER I
CHAPTER CHAPTERXXn XXII XXIIKind XXIIKind
I
Kind Hearts and True TrueOW TrueHOW TrueT
T T OW long she di lay there she bO could couldnot couldnot couldi
HOW i not telL There was no sun sunvisible IIUDvllJlble iunI
I I visible to Indicate the hour hourwhen hourwhen hourwboii
when she caj tIqe e to her senses sensesShe 8eJMMiLShe eeseeeeShe
She recovered consciousness co slowly slowlyand aIowlyand slowlyand
and at first In a deathJy sickness that thatcam thatcame thatcame
came upon her in the extreme weakness weaknessand wekJMnand wenkn wenknand
and faintnese 8 of her condition she real realized realized realized ¬
ized nothing D thm of what hat had happened happenedBut happenedBut happenedBut
But by a strong stroi effort of will sat t up on ontbe onthe onthe
the sand and looked about her herHer herHer herHer
Her stance fell first on the figure of ofthe 1 1the ifthe
the lieutenant to whom indeed she was wasstill wasstill wascUll I
still bettad IHMU1rdboU1d bound now forever In life lifeor IIteor lit litor
or death and beyond She crawled to toward to towam toward ¬
ward him and Joyed to find hIM h still stillalive stillalive i
alive aliveIndeed aliveIndeed aliveIndeed I
Indeed his eyes were open but he bestared hentar
stared star at her unknowingly In 1Jtte spite of ofthe 1 1the I
the drenching rain which bad prevented preventedtheir prCWeDtedthek preventedtheir I
their clothing < from fro drying as they lay layon layon layon
on the sand his head wan burning < hot botbeneath hotbeneath hotbeneath
beneath her touchHe was in the grasp
of a fever feverHer teverHer feverHer
Her knife still bung at her herbelt belt She Shedrew Shedrew Shedrew
drew it and ancllleVered severed tbe lashings lu which whichbound whichbound hkh hkhbound
bound the two together tog tber and both to the thegrating tbegratinr thegrating
grating Then she rose painfully and andun ajidunsteadily andunsteadily
unsteadily un te dHy to her feet and looked about abouther aboutbel abouther
her herThe
The shore where h re she sh had landed ap apaared appeared appeared
peared aared lonely and desolate d le Beyond the theIghtMe thehightide thehighdde
IghtMe line the andy beach termi terminated termiDat tmiDated ¬
Dated Dat in some me scant shrubbery and andfew a atew afew
few stunted 8 trees Further inland she shecould lib libcould shecould
could see taller trees and other vegeta vegetation ve vegetalion < eta etation ¬
tion and off to the right aome distance distanceaway istancer
away ay y a little town apparently set on a ahill aTk1tker aThither
hill r
hillThither
Thither she a e must go for help
Having settled that much she sbeturned sheturnd he heturned
turned and faced the sea again a n A half halfcables baJtcaDles baitcable
cables n length len < th away lay the wreck of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Hiram and Susan It was dlsln dlslntegraUiag dt8ntegrtiag dtsintegrattag
tegraUiag rapidly under the tremend tremendous ¬
one beating of the seas Already the theshore daeshore tbeshore
shore was being strewed with casks casksand caJtkaand casksand
and bales as the waves broke open openthe openthe openthe
the hull and reached the cargo cargoHere cargoHere cargoHere
Here and there human ftguree lay layprostrate layprostrt layprostrat
prostrate upon the sands Some of ofthem orthem ofthem
them were rolled to and fro with hor horribly hdrrtbly horribly ¬
ribly lUeilke motions In the shallows shallowsby 1Ibl10IIby shallowsby
by the waves But so far as she be could couldtell couldtell cotddtell
tell she and the lieutenant were the theonly theonly theonly
only living figures on the shore shoreThinking boreThlklng shoreThinking
Thinking rapidly she decided decidedpromptly cJeetdeclpromptly decidedpromptly
promptly what should be b done doneFirst do doFirat donFirst
First she would ould move the lieutenant lieutenantfarther letenaatiartlaer ileatenantfarther >
farther away way from the th sea The tide tidewas tJ4Iewas tidewas
was plainly on the ebb now however howeverand howeverand howeverand
and tbe waves way did not come nearly so sofar 80tar sofar
far up on the sand She b bent nt down downand downand downand
and tried to lift her lover in her arms armsThis ar arThis armsThis
This was a task to which she sh immedi immediately immediately immediatoly ¬
ately found herself unequal though thoughshe thoughshe thoughshe
she might have compassed it had It not notbeen notbeen notbeen
been for the fearful and exhausting exhaustingstruggle exhaustingstruggle exhaustingstruggle
struggle she had just gone through throughin
in bringing brln lnr him ashore ashoreShe ashoreSbe ashoreShe
She could not carry him but she shecould sheootdd shecould
could drag him Somehow or other she shemanaged shemanaged be beto
managed to get him higher on the theboaeh thebee thebeach
bee and in the shelter of a small smalland smalland smalland
and stunted tree which sprang from fromthe fromthe fromthe
the low shrubbery beyond yond the sand sandHad andHad sandHad
Had she consulted Ct > her r inclination inclinationshe ine1I11a inclinationshe Oft Oftshe
she would have run to the town at atonce atonce atonce
once fOt s 2MleeUr eeor but there was a bare barepossibility barepouibU bareposslbPity
possibility pouibU Ity of life among those other otherbodies otberbodies otherbodies
bodies on the shore and she must first firstmake ftrstmake firstmake
make sure that none of them the needed neededhelp neededhelp neededhelp
help It was a gruesome horrible horribletask horribletask horribletAsk
task but it had to be done She went wentfrom wetfrom westfront
from one figure to the other and found foundthem tovadthem foundthem
them all dead deadThe deadTh deadThe
The Th last one she examined bad badstINely a astrangely astrangely
strangely familiar look that made her herheart herheart herheart
heart beat fast as she approached it itIt ItIt ItIt
It was the huge body bo y of the mate He HeWHS HeIylns Hetras
WHS lyinsr fare te downward in the sand sandHe sandHe sand1fe
He had been driven ashore so hard hardthat 1111that hardthat
that he was half buned Scooping 11Ut away awaythe awythe awaythe
the sand she turned hint ever on his hisKnox hisARBITRAL hisARBITRAL
ARBITRAL JUSTICE JUSTICECOURT JUSTICECOURT
COURT IS ASSURED ASSUREDKnox
Knox at University of Penn Pennsylvania Pennsylvania Pennsylvania ¬
sylvania Tells of Its ItsStatus Itst Itsb
b t Status StatusPHILADELPHIA StatusPB1LA StatusPHILADLPHTA
PHILADELPHIA PB1LA DELPHL rUM 1Secrtary 1Secrtaryof Secretary Secretaryof se 0Ia07 0Ia07or
of State Knot sounded the lb keynote o oAmerican 0AmerIcan of ofAmerltmn
American diplomacy under U the e nreaent nreaentAdnainkkration prousatAdlHntrRdon t tAdlutnllltratJon
Adnainkkration m In his speech today at atthe nithe t tthe
the commencement exerchMC ex at tb tbJJnlver tIN tINUnler theThiiveriity
JJnlver Thiiveriity ity ty of Pennsylvania Pen PennsylvaniaIt
It Tvoa W wi the moat Important utterance utteranceconeorniaa utteranceconcOIJ utteranceconcoriing
coneorniaa concOIJ Dtf the American treatment oC oCforeign orforelsn otforeign I
foreign affairs since he became Secre Secretary SecreU Secretan ¬
U tan tary tarySecretary
Secretary Knox Mt forth what had hadbeen hadbeeR hadbeen
been accomplished under previous Ad Admintotretlone Ad Adml Adrnlnitration I
ml mintotretlone Wra and pointed out how howunder howunder howunder
under President Taft the traditionalforogn traditional I i if
f oroiga policy of the United States M Mestabtfehed 88estabItMbed soestablished
established had been carried to greater greaterlengths graterIeBCth greaterlengths
lengths IeBCthTIM lengthsThe lengthsThe
The predominant ant note of American Americandiplomacy AmerleandlplOlBC1 Amyicandiplomacy
diplomacy according to Secretary Knox KBOXis
is the prom romotian tkm of peaee by arbitra arbitration arbltratJ6nbodt arbitraUonbotk ¬
tion tJ6nbodt boift by the adoption doptk > n of f this meth method methad
od in the settlement of existing CISt1fl dts dtspute dlput d dputes
pute put and aedhy by taklcg the lead in the themovetn thelDOVPIt thelnovameIt
movetn lDOVPIt it for enlarging the powers Owe of oftha oCthe ofthe
the hiteraaUonal court at The Hague Haguela Hacue1ft
la this latter connection Secretary SecretaryKriox SecretaryKnox tar7 tar7IJiox
Knox made the significant statement statementthat statementthat statementthat
that the foreign powers had gone so far tarin f fIn I IIn
In iadicaU Indicating informally their thh approval approvalof
of hte plans pIA for s abUshfcssj b8s aa a appnmall totema totemattonal iDerDtloDBl Iueinatbonal
ttonal court of arbitral Justice 3uato that the thesuccess thetlcicees theituxeso
success of this enterprise t rpre was practM practMcalty practJacaftT practiacafly
calty a a assured assuredAn B r d dAs d dAs
As sa = D evidence of the progress of the theUnited theUnited theUnited
United States Stt M in the cause of arbitra arbitration arbttratlon arbitration ¬
tion he pointed out the cases now ht htprogress faprocr Inprogress
progress procr of adjustment adjustmentth tho Newfound Newfoundries NewtoundIalld Newfoundland
land tWienlee ries arbitration bUra Oft at The Tb Hague Hairueagato uethe Haguethe
the Ornoeo steamship company a claim claimagalMt ebimagainst
agato against t Venezuela which is to be ad adHiieted adiJuited adhmted
Hiieted by b the same san method the sub wibrmavion ubml8 subhiasIon
rmavion lon of the Alsop claim againvt a mlt Chile ChiMto Chileto Chileto
to Kln King j George Geo and the adopt adoptin i ion mofar mofarbitratkm of arI ax axbltrtlon
bitratkm a as a method m thod of settlIng dIn disputes dInputso llt lltpatte ¬
putes wMeh may an anae e over the o ens of ofinuwmiys ofl ofwascssays
inuwmiys WiK wascssays YS along the CMttMttt Can U bauad boo booa17
4 any
back With her hands she smoothed the thesand OleUAd thesand
sand from his countenance COUDteaueetIead
Be waa we dead of coarse There WIUI wa s a alittle alittle aUtile
little smile on his face and in hi hS hand handtightly handtlItbtly handtlgialy
tightly clinched she he noticed a scrao ef efrotor ofruler r rrotor
rotor It was a piece of the American Americanflair AmericanftaJ Americanflag
flair flairHe
He had fought a good fleht had air airConaflt rrrCOIUl MiConit
Conaflt t and he had a right to Re with withhis vIUthie withhe
his he face turned up to heaven JM ven and the thecolors thecoIDnJ thecolors
colors of his 11 country la bill bawl Suean Sueandragged andra Sosandragged
dragged dra ed his body a little farther along alongthe aJo aJothe alongthe I
the shore said a brief bni prayer and then thenturned thentt1nWd thenturned
turned back t ack to where she ha ba4lleCt had left Morn Mornington fornlacton tOfnlngtou ¬
ington ingtonAs lactonu lngtouAs
As she walked she saw among < the flot flotsam 1Iotsam flotmm ¬
sam and Jetsam the sodden Jacket of a asailor aUor asailor
sailor Uor She picked H up and slipped it iton Iton iton
on ab1veriD shivering front fro its cold and clammy clammycontact clammyCOlltact clammycontact
contact contactHer COlltactTer contactHer
Her hair not long Ion but thick thlckebe she Kept Keptft ReDtIt teotIt
It as short as men < lid In that age and andwore aadvore andwore
wore it generally 1IL11y in man fashion IonJsa4 IonJsa4come Had Hadcome
come unbound end hung hun about her hershoulders herBh4Udt18 hershoulders
shoulders like a golden Iden mane With a astrav astrav astray
strav piece leca of line clinging to a bit of ofspar ofspsr ofspur
spar she tide It roughly together and i
then barefooted as she Plt was was went to toward toward toward ¬ i
ward the tree in the hollow hollowWhen boll6yWhen holkwWhen
When she stopped by the tree aDd aadlooked aDdlooked andInked 1
looked for him he was not there What Whatconk WhatcotId Whatcould
conk have happened It was impoeao impoeaoble Impossohi i
ble hi that he could have recovered ant sufficiently IlUtftetentl antficlently ¬
ficiently ftetentl to have ave gone away unaided unaidedWho waaidedWho unaidedMrho i
Who had taken him from her She had hadsaved hadsaved hadsaved
saved his life after such a aone ruIe as asOM asone
one could scarcely even en dream of 01 01i o
i He 11 was hers by every right rl < ht and now nowhe nowhe nowhe
he was gone So She felt as a mother motherwould motherwould
would feel who had been deprived of ofher ofht ofher
her ht > r child Half of the passion pa with withwhich withwlaJch withwhich I
which a woman loves is maternal This Thisman Thiamaa Thisman
man was hers and he had been taken takenaway takenaway takenaway
away She could have screamed aloud aloudin alOUtill
in agony but restrained herself to con consider COIlaidfr consldtr ¬
sider what she should Jo o next nextShe nextShe nxLShe
She stood ood thinking and staring staringAs
As she d dad > d so her eye caught a glimpse glimpseof e eoC
of a cart being driven driv n along what ap appeared appeared appenned ¬
peared to be a road inland Perhaps he hewas hewu hewas
was there It was moving rapidly and andhe an I Irhe ishe
she he realized at once that she could not notovertake notovertake notovertake
overtake it it Nevertheless Neverthe she deter determined determined ¬
mined 1111 to follow loI ow In its direction directionShe directionShe directionShe
She had not taken ten steps ate through throughtbe throuchthe throughthe
the undergrowth when she came upon a aroad aroad atoad
road Marching down it was s quad quadof quadof quadof
of men coast guards evidently al although althoup although ¬
though of course she knew nothing tnc of ofthat ofthat ofthat
that They were a rough hardylooking hardylookingI hanlr Ing Ingset
set but she ran to them at once onceThe oaeeTbe onceThe
The man under the tree yonder she sbepanted shepanted shepanted
panted pantedKeep
pantedKeep Keep cool my lad said the leader Jea4Iwho leaderwho
who seemed to be a sergeant ut Weve Wevegot Weyecot Wvegot
got him himWhat himWhat
What are you doing with him WaaWhere AI himWhere 1 1Where
Where are you taking him himTo hlml hlmlTo himTo
To To the hospital h pltal at WeymouthWhat WeymouthWhat Weymouth WeymouthWhat
What is het hetto he to you youShe ye youl r rI
I 0 0be ho hoShe
She be stopped suddenly Some 54 instinct inatlnctmade bttl instinctmade t tmade
made her realize that concealment concealmentwas
was the safest plan planI plaDoar
oar I fetched him ashore a from the thewreck tilewreek thewreck
wreck yonder she answered after aftera
a momentary reflection reflectionThat refteetlonThat reflectIonThat
That was well done said Id the older olderman olderJIUU1 olderman
man approvingly What ship Is Isyon I Iyon Isvon
yon r rTIte
yonThe The Hlra and Susan S of Boston BostonA
A Yankee ship hfp1YN
Yes YesBvt YNBat YesBut
Bat that man DI had the coat co t of ofEa aa aaEnglish anEnglish
Ea English < UsIa officer on onHe onHe onHe
He is an English E 1 officer He H cap captured captured captured ¬
tured the ship and was in command commandwhen eomllMUldwhen commandwhen
when it drove ashore aaboreAre ashoreAre ashoreAre
Are you an English boy beyNo boyNo boyNo
No I am a an American s said lei Susan Soaanwho Susanwho n
who wan w too proud to deny her na nationality BtioaaJit7 antiosalky ¬
tionality under any circumstance circumstanceThe drcwllUf circumstancesThe LDCe
The sergeant whistled softly softlyAmerican
American eh Well youll find findplenty
plenty of your countrymen in the jail jailat Jailat
at Weymouth WeymouthYoure WeymouthYoure
Youre not going to take tak me to the thejail tMj thejail
jail exclaimed the poor woman dis dismayed dlimayed ¬
mayed beyond measure mea at the unfore unforeseen unforeseen ¬
seen peril perilWhere perilWhere
Where Whe else 1 asked the sergeant geAnt sur surprised surpri stirpnised ¬
prised ed in his turn Yourre a prisoner prisoneror onerortrth
or ortrthaI war I take it aint aI ye yeBut yeBut r rTbat
ortrth
But the ship was wrecked wreckedThat wrecnedThat
That dont change tksnsjs thi Yottrra Yottrraaa
aa American This is gnfjaad TIN TINplace only onlyplace eiflyplace
place for Americans in JBngtend is in inprison inpriI inBut
prison prisonBut
But I want to ga with Mr Morning Meratagton X Xton
ton tonIs Is that his name IUUIM I dont see how howit howIt
it can be done den said sa1 14 the sergeant eIIt Touhes Yon Tonhes Yonsee I
see hes an English h officer and Ive sent senthim Hnthim senthim
him to the hospital h08PltalaD4I and you go to the theprison th thprt theprison
prison prisonBut prt prtBut prisonBut
But began Susan terrified at this thisnew tltlD thisnew
new D W development developmentTheres develo developmentTheres t tThere
Theres no bata about It It rYe Tvewasted rYewaat4d ryewasted
wasted enough time talkin to you Lads Ladstheres Ladtheres Ladstheres
theres fat pMcins Jdns down there and andmaybe andmaybe andmaybe
maybe theres some more e Americans to tobe tobe tobe
be picked up Did DIfly any more of you get getashore geta getashore
ashore a ashoreNot hore horeNot T TXot
Not that I know of I think he and andI
I are the only ones left alive aliveAnd aliveAnd llve llveAnd
And what was you on her asked askedtbe MketM askedthe
the sergeant Cabin boy boyI
I was answered aJUJWer Susan and the theahe theshe theihe
she stopped again The absurdity abeur tty of ofproclaiming Cproela ofptoclatming
proclaiming nin < herself the owner of the theship theIIhtp theship I
ship was apparent I Iger was a NUNiJen NUNiJenger pessenger I
ger she said saidWell saidWell saidWell
Well its all the same Higginfe you youtake YOUtake youtake
take this th l boy back to Weymouth ard arddeliver ardellvtr ardellver i
deliver him to Major Weggard W m mthat rh Pe Pethat aethat >
that your share of the salvage is saved savedfor savedfor Ieel Ieeltor
for you youCome youCome youCome
Come along boy said the coast coastguard coastguard coastguard I
guard thus designated rather ruefully ruefullyevidently nltCullyevldtntly ruefullyevidently
evidently doubtful of his superiors superiorspromise aupeoolspromlle superiorspromise
promise of fair play playThere playThere playThere
There was nothing to do but to obey obeyand obeyand
and Susan accompanied by her captor captorDR
DR McKIlvl TO REPLY REPLYTO REPLYTO
TO WIFES WIFESCHARGES WIFESCHARGESRENO CHARGES CHARGESRENO
RENO R O NeT June 16 16Dr Dr Smith Roll HollHIM RollH Halllies
HIM H McKlm of New York will have havethree bavthree havethree
three days in which to file an answer answerto
to his wifes complaint in her suit for fordivorce tordivorce fordivorce
divorce The motion of the husband for forpermission forpermi8s1on forpermission
permission to file a plea pi of abatement abatementAttacking abatementAttaddnlr abatementattackIng
Attacking the Jurisdiction of the Ne Nevada Neda Notada ¬
vada da courts was denied by the district districtcourt districteourt districtcourt
court courtA1astefl A A1astefl A1asteflA Taste 1 1A
TasteA
A Smile SmileAnd
And satisfaction to the thelast thelast thelast
last mouthful mouthfulTheres rnouthfulPost mouthfulPost
Post PostT PostToasties
T oasties ToastiesTheres oastiesTheres
Theres pleasure in every everypackage everypackage everypackage
package A trial will show showthe showthe showthe
the fascinating flavour flavourServed flavourServed flavourServed
Served right from the thepackage thepackage thepackage
package with cream or milk milkand milkand milkand
and sometimes someti fruit fruitfresh fruitfreshor fresh freshor
or stewed stewedTheMemory stewedThe stewedTheMemoryLingers
TheMemory The TheMemoryLingers TheMemoryLingersPkgs Memory Lingers LingersPkgs I
Pkgs lOc and 15c 15cSold 15cSold i iSold
Sold by Grocers GrocersPoetum GrocersPoataim I I II
5 Poetum p Cl Cereal Co Ltd LtdBattle
1 Battle Creek Mich J t
marched up the road in the wake of the tbawagon tbe tbewapn thewagon
wagon which W tri1 had carried Mornington MorningtonSh
Sh She had this thJecneolation i isolation she thought thoughtdrearily thouchldrearily thtPihtdrearily
drearily that they were at least going goingin goingin 010 010In
in tbe same direction directionNever directionNever
Never was there a woman hi more moremelancholy moremolancboly moremoIanchoy
melancholy situation To her Qn Qnwretched owaTetched ownwretched
wretched circumstances were added the themaddening themaddwog theInaddmdng
maddening doubt and uncertainty as to toThat tothe toth
the th condition or ornlngton MornlngtonThat ornlngtonThat
That he had 1 len > e a recognized as a ahim aBritish
British offt officer r w WetlId uld sbe be knew In InsUrhim ure urehim
him careful treatment treatIJI t and every atten attention tten flentboii ttenUoa ¬
tion but she lib woaid not be there Other Otherwould Qtberawould OtherSwould
would do for bin what sbe would fain fainhave fainhave fainhave
have done herself He would be free freeand freeJMI tre treand
and she would be a a prisoner They wer werparted werparted were wereparted
parted She coull not bear It ItAs It ItAs ItAn
As they marched JI1IUcl1 wearily along the thaiof theroad
road they met oonatalltly enl enlncgifl enlncgiflgroupa In Inrroup
rroup ot town townsjeople pie who had heard heardOf heardof I
of the wreck and amrere were coming comln < out for forthe forthe forthe
the treasuretrove of the shore Bh < re To Tosome Tome TOsome
some me of the more important of these theseSusans theSuean theseSusans
Susans comranfcKi com anloi explained the sit situation altnation t tuatlon ¬
nation brieflj briefljIt
It was seroral oral miles into Weymouth Weymouthand
and by tbe time they reached the pet prlson prilIOnwhlch petsonwhich
son lIOnwhlch which st atod od on the outskirts of the thetow thetown
town tow and wes indeed only a large largestockade Iar Iarstockade largestockade
stockade especially 1aly erected erect for the care careot careof
of American prh prlanenI prknerduaan ners Susan was al almoat 1moet almoat
moat exhaustrrr = Her bare feet were werecut Werecut
cut and bfredtng bhfd 1g She could scarcely scarcelydrag acareel1dnltf scarcelydic
drag one oDe on weary foot after the other otherere otherThere otherThcr
There Thcr ere was w a liAutenant in charge of ofth ofthe ofthe
th the gud at the gate of the stockade stockadethe at stockadeand cbdeand
and t ic hLr hL the coast guard deUverea deUvereathe eiivered eiiveredthe
the prtoo pner r Major Weggard 1 1commandant the theeommallC thecommandAnt
commandant Ut > t the prison n was busy busyand buayand healand
and the lieutenant did not trouble him himself hlmselt himself ¬
self to acquaint acqu t hit superior with so sotrifling JIGtact sofact
trifling a fact as the arrival of another anotherHe BOtherHe anotherHe
He entered the name of the newcom newcomer ¬
er which Susan gave as Hiram HIraDlHu HIraDlHubell Hub Hubbell Hubbell
bell in the registry passed him himthrough himtbroup himthrough
through the gate and directed one se of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the warders to put him in one of the theleant theJea theleast
leant crowded of the pens pensthey they were werelittle werelittle werelittle
little more than that thattn in which the tbeAmericans theAmerlean theAmericans
Americans were confined confinedAfter eonftnedAfter confinedAfter
After much passing through throughSusan throu < h passages passagesSusan es esSuan
Susan found herself thrust Into an in inciosure InclUIf inclosure
closure uncomfortably SHed with per perhaps perhaps perhap ¬
haps 509 OG men Anything which broke broketbe brokethe brokethe
the monotony of an existence which whichhad wIItehhad wiflebhai
had no diversions o whatsoever what was wel welcome welcome welcome
come and the Americans crowded crowdedaround crowdedaroUDd crowdedaround
around her asking < her story storyThe stOI7The storyThe
The roughest among amo them content contemplated CODtfllDplated contentplated ¬
plated a little horseplay as an initiation initiationInto kddat10nInto Initiationtilto
Into the noble army of captives aad aadthe aadtJM andthe
the nearest man sprang back with an anejcclamation anccluoa anxelmstlon
ejcclamation of surprise surpriseMates 8U 8UMattS surpriseMates
Mates berried This is no lad ul ula Its Itsa
a woman womanA
A woman yelled > Ued another man So Soit SoIt SoIt
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ItB iaBy By B gad cried another It ltn the thehalf theAnt thefirst
Ant female rye Men for a r aM a abalf a ahalf
half halfGive
Give Oh us a kiss lass aU aUlUOaIWI around said saida
a a third thirdTbe UlaITIM thirdThe
TIM frigfttiened t gist WM at once sur surrounded surreundect Mtirounded ¬
rounded by a tumultuous mob rough roughrude trude roughrude
rude boisterous badmannered ertd but not notbad notbIId notbed
bad humored or bad hearted She shrank shrankback shraakback shrankback
back against 11ISt the stocks cockade Her hand handdrawing aDddrawta banddrawing
drawing drawta < together the Jacket and shirt shirtFor shirther t ther
her fact deathly naJ naJFor pale paleFor
For pitys tys sake sakefo she lM cried Itrf ft yon yonar yoiare
ar rf true men bear ar arPt tn tnPipe e ePipe
Pipe Pt down there roared one of the tbemen oelien themen
men nearest t to her The gal is goto gototo 8011Ito oin ointo
to make a speech Give her a chance chanceThe ebaacThe chanceThe
The point where she stood was a little littleraised lfttIemeed littleraised
raised above th t the ordinary level le 81 of the theInclosure theIncI08UJe theinelosure
Inclosure and the stockade had there therebeen tberebHon therebeen
been covered over a little hillock so sothat 88that sethat
that she was plainly visible to most of ofthose ofthose ofthoee
those Confined nftned therein thereinI
I am a woman she began nervous nervously JterTOUIy nervonsly ¬
ly My name is HubbelL HubbelLI
I know that name shouted a big bigburly hieburty bigburly
burly man on the outskirts of the crowd crowdway crowdas
end as be spoke k be began to bore his h1awa hisway II IIend
way wa in toward ward the 1 1Thank Interior InteriorThank
Thank you ou Ten days ago I was on onmy onm onmy I
my m fathers tatherT a ship and mine the Hiram Htraraand Htralaand Hiramand
and Susan bound from Bordeaux to toBoston toDoetOA toBoston
Boston BostonI DoetOAhI
hI I know the skis too roared the thesame theeame theSame
same deeo voice of the previous npeaker npeakerand kera esker eskerand
and at the sound of it Susan toot tooi95jr cour courage courWe ¬
age agerate
95jr We were ea eaptnred 1w an Eutlllb trt trtte tn tnrat
rate rat and driven ashore to the sal now nownurimc nowraging
raging I manaaed to save SAT myself and andhere andhere andhere 1
here I am a prisoner like yourselves yourselvesand 70U 70Uand
and at your mercy me y If there are true trueAmerican tie tieAmerican
American men here I call tenon them th for forprotection forINOtecUon forprotection
protection I love my country and my myflac myfiag 7 I
flac as you ou do and I have suffered for forit forit
it as much as anv All sh she went on swift swiftly wtttly swiftly ¬
ly Shall I not have kindness and andtectlon pro protection proteetion ¬ I
tection at your hands handThat hasisThat T TThat
That von shall cried the man who whohad wbobad 0 0bad
bad spoken twice Before now gaining gainingher gainingher I Iher
her aide aideShipmates tdeSht sideShIomateic
Shipmates Sht he called out m In his deep deeppowerful deePj dewpowerful
powerful voice vo and asMters sldIersfor tor for there therewere tbereWtre therewere
were men from both bt branches of the tbeservice theservice I I8em
service 8em f amone that XTOUP annwthe the lady ladytells ladytells I
tells the truth truthI >
I sailed oov Ttdse under r Oaot Hiram HiramHttbbell HiramHttbbel HiramHubbell
Hubbell about tn t it years so and he bad badhis Ad AdhlB 1a4his
his little Eat Mith th him and If I know knowanythhir knowanything
anything abo abot < t faces this was her herWere herWere
Were com going t s help her 1 and take care careof careof
of her like a tmehearted seamen aeamenand aeamenandMJ1dttI seamenantisoldiers and andsoldiers
soldiers too toobe he added add as a aa after afterthought afterf afterthought ¬
thought f bt Ho H evidently thought little of oftie ofte ofthe
tie military There dont never a awoman I I Iwoman
woman ask Jith elo of an American safior safiorthat saSorthat
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that ah she don tkJat t get it Am I tight rUrhtmates rlIdItJDate tightniatea
mates matesRight niateaRight r
Right you are came hi a roar from fromthe fromthe fromthe i I
the crowd crowdThree t1OWdThree crowdThree
Three cheers c > for Jr Bob Young and the thelady thelady
lady ladyerled cried another anotherThe anotlierThe anotherThe
The men yelled like maniacs maniacsThank JDAftIaeaTban maniacsThank thej
Thank k you God od bless you cried criedSusan erledSusan criedSusan
Susan tears streaming down her face faceat faceat I
at this manifestation of good will and andaffection andaaecUon andakectlon
affection Ami An then she did what she shehad shehad he
had never done before In her life un unless unl vuless ¬
less l you count COUI t the time on the sand sandShe sandShe sandShe I
She slipped qwlotly down oW1 upon the theground theKround theground
ground at the foot of the stockade In Ina Inf Ina
a dead faint faintBack faintBock I
Back nor all of you said Young Youngan
an oldish okU b man who had been bee a boat boatIf boatJJ1 boatr
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If the children are keen keenfor keenor keenfor
for or music tc you should take takeHdvantage takeouIYaJ1tage takeadvantage
advantage of this offer offerDuring o oDurlne otterDuring
During vacation the chil children c childran ll lldren ¬
dren will have ha Te plenty of oftime oftime oftime
time to practice and they theywill
will practice and Incidentally taddentallypick Incidentallypick
pick up a good knowledge of ofmoots oCBttI ofmusin
moots If they hare a aconvenient aconventeDt ese eseconvenient
convenient convenientWeve conventeDtWev convenientWeve
Weve a few good Square SquarePianos SquarePIanos SquarePlanes
Pianos which will be loaned loanedout loaaedout loanedout
out to first t comers for a ariod aperiod aperiod
period riod of six months monthslutety 0 0h shoe shoehitely
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select eet the piano you want wantand wantand t tand
and pay the small charge char e for formoving tormOTing formoving
moving It to your home No Xoother Noother Noother
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dK8 HPJteep dep keep the rest away from the
la lacy r
Water rWater was brought and aea ncesently
to the great delight of the worthy worthyanin wortbYILDd worthyand
anin and big hi eager mates t bending bendingi nl
i over her she r recovered ed conscious consciousseed COIIIICiouaW1Iat couscou couscouness
ness nessWhat What YOU seed D new said 7em 7emleee Young
w when former IIIk net leee than ths his hisyremtaance hi hisPamnal
elMaaJ prow prowom 8 gave him a eertaJa eertaJaJremtaeJlN ertalnprominence
prominence amon among the rest is food foodand toodand foodand
and clothing clothlnaA
A dress I want a dress said ahlt
Sense faintly t ftUy
Weell a 8Ht about getting i thiet J t peel presaatly p peelntly
aatly tly continued the awn nit l arst arstyo tlrstWIt IlWtyou
yo you must WIt have aometh aome somethg aa t 141 eat
The prisoners lKlao ra cooked s their own
food and a as it was near the BOOB
hour a rude bat to th the exhausted exhaustedfamished exhaustedfamished
famished 111 woman a savory BMW eiS o otewed of ofstewed
stewed meat and vegetable was sooi 1IO iOObrought 1
brought brou ht to her Much refreshed by bysimple
tile simple meal she essayed 84 to ret reton ptem gettip
tip on her feet becoming conscious consciousae ous ous8he
ae she did so how torn Ana lacerated laceratedthey LaeetatedtIHt laceratedthey
they tIHt were With W1tha a sob of pain she shesank sboaaak shesank
sank back to a sitting position J poettienPoor
Poor little sjair ir r said the boat boatswain boatwain beatswain ¬
swain covpaastoBately CO 0Dt7 Kow Howt miss
If youll allow me Ive r got children childrenof clUl eD eDof
of my own back In Gods country Neatryaad countryand
land and some MIa of them is females f like likeyourself like3OUIMlf likeyourself
yourself yourselfWater 3OUIMlfWater yourselfWater
Water here he cried and ad rags ragsSome ragsSome
Some of the men fetched water Oth Others OthI 0thera ¬
ers in I default of anything < better tore torethe toretbe torethe
the shirts oft their backs an aQjI handed handedthem handedthout
them to the Lb boatswain taw Very ten tendwly tencJwiy tandeny
deny he washed the torn and bruised bruisedfeet bruisedfeet
feet of the girl and then bound them themup themufo themwith
up ufo wtth such rags as he could get
Now mates he said d after Susan n
hId gratefully tetuK thanked him weve ve got gottj gotI
tj f do something toe t this lady I votes voteswe TOtese
we e call on the officer of1l r of the guard guardGood JlfUrdGood guardGood
Good for you Bob Well back you youup yo youp youup
up came < from one ami another and andthen andthen andthen
then leaving Jeavl Susan alone the whole wholemaae whoaemae wholemass
mae surged over ver u t the gate yelling yettingand yetUngand yellingand
and shouting for the governor They Theywere Theywere Theywere
were an unruly Jot lot these Americana Americanaand AmerleaMaDd
and certain privileges pdytlege were therefore thereforeallowed therefortallowed thereforeallowed
allowed them themIt thenIt
It was an open secret that It they theywere theYwere theywere
were not treated with some e consider coneid conalderation ra ratloft
tloft tioathey they would rise and could only be beey besubdued besubdued
subdued after horrible bloodshed They ThoP7were Theywere ey eywere
were ohaflng aflng against confinement espe especially e especlafly pe pectaUy ¬
cially ae rumors had reached them that thattbe thatthe thatthe
the war was practically over and that thatpeace thatpeace thatpeace
peace had almost t be been n concluded Con Consequently Consoquently on onMfI1MIItly ¬
sequently tbe warders and guards paid paidmore paidIDON paidmore
more attention to then united demands demandsthan demandsthan demandsthan
than they otherwise e would wouldThe wouldTbe wouldThe
The mob of prisoners prWo re yelling and beat beatmg beattnlr beattug
mg upon Oll the gate speed 8peedly brought brou ht the thelieutenant thelieutenant thelieutenant
lieutenant in commend comma nd of the guard to tothe tothe tothe
the tower that overlooked tIM stockade stockadeWhat stockadeWhat stockadeWhat
What do you warn What rut are you youmaking youmaking ou oumaklDtr
making an this row for torr be exclaimed exclaimedgruffly exciaimedgruWIy
gruffly grufflyYouve gruWIyYouve mY mYYouVi
Youve put a woman la here by mis mistake tnJ8taU mistake ¬
take was the answer answerWell wtrWfII assw asswWell
Well that wont hurt you re remarked re remal1ted remarked ¬
marked the young 7 1lD officer cynically
Look here said Toting sternly sternlyyour sternlyyoure ternhyou
your you makin another mistake ml taltf This Thisis ThisIs ThisIs
is a a lady ladyA laAIyA ladyA
A A lady eh ehr smirked Irked the youngster youngsterLefs youDperLeta youngsterLets
Lets have ha a look at her herIWll beryn herYoull
IWll take my word for ft It said aidboatawala che cheboatswain b bboatswain
boatswain And shes got to be took tookout tookout tookout
out of here and treated decent or w11 w11break w11brfaIt wllbreak
break loose and raise Cain and ou ouknow 1kIIow U Uknow
know what that means meansThe meanaThe meansThe
The lieutenant looked down 4w at the themob tlfb themob
mob of flushed and angry faces fae and andcooelBded andcooela44d andconcluded
concluded that discretion was the better betterpart betterpan betterpart
part of valor valorOh valorOh valorOh
Oh Oh well we I he said brlD bring her heralong heraJoa heralong
along aJoa Perhaps shell amuse UM me meTon
You villain cried en Young shaking
his hi fist If you hurt a hair hal of her herhead b heraad r
head aad d as theres a God above me meyoull meyoul rfeyoull
youll pay for it itYou ItYo ILYou
You Yo dogr do cried the lieutenant lieutenantwhipping lieutenantwhlpplag leutenantwhipping
whipping out his pistoL Dare you youapeak youIIJMMlk youspeak
speak so to me meI meI 1 1r
I do do said Y Young o and nd I mean it
An if 1 he air aircried lI1t eDOlllrh herea me mecried mecried
cried another anotherAnd anotberHAM n nAnd
And me JIIe too tooWell tooWeU toowell
Well all 11 do It It Put up that pop
gun cried still another other voice out of
the tumult And if you OU hurts a hair hairres hairtiC
fit Bob To Youngs bead uer res H of ofTbe ofusll
111111 do for you when We get out
The men snarled aalU and surged and antiraged
raged ec1 like angry beasts tII and the lieu ¬
tenant shrank back appalled from fromsuch fromuh fromsuch
such a display displayI
I mean no harm iarun to the wench ye
fools he said at last when he coulc
be heard htlrdLad heardLady
Lady Lad roared Young Y UDIf
Lady curse you yelled the rest
Lady then assented A the now thor
OUghJr ° hiy cowed officer Now get back ba
from the stockade and one of you youyoure 7OU 7OUyoure youyoure
youre the leader he pointed to Youn Young
bring her out nt here Get back I say
ru not open the gates until youve scat ¬
tered and mind you Ill have troops troopsunder tr troopsunder OJ 8 8under
under arms um when they open If theres theresthe thfTttlM theresthe
the slightest disturbance youll be nr ftrd ftrdOIL flrdon d don
on onWith With derisive yells and calls the men menurged mffiurged menurged
urged thereto by Young and the oldr oldrseamen oldrIlameD olrseamen
seamen slowly and reluctantly ebtKd f1tMlbackward ebbeibackward
backward and scattered about the In Indosnre Ind Indosurr
dosnre d The boatswain walked over to towhere towheore towhere
where Susan sat llat a startled frightened t frighteneillistener htenf l llIstear
listener of it all and picking her up In Inhis Inhis
his arms as if she were re a baby carried carri carriedher Ii Iiher
her to the gate of the ptockade
It was thrown sharply 8 Back and In Infront 1ftNnt Infront
front of It through the opening could couldbe ciOUkIt couldbe
be seen a cannon backed by a squad of ofi 0 0801dten ofsoldiers
i soldiers a linstock obuted in the hand handof hIidaI handsOf
of I the carnoneer noneer Behind the ranks ranksstood raDialcood ranksstood
stood the lieutenant Ji teDaftt in safety The boat boatswain boatswain t twaiD
swain with his precious harden stalked stalkedI stalked0thPut
I out 0
outPut Put her dawn Cant Cantm8 Ae walk walkasked walk1asked walkasked
asked the lieutenant lieutenantTm JieuteD8rl1tShe lieutenantShe
She cannot answered the theTm yiafl yiaflTam
Tm Tm going to carry her where shes see a to tobe tobe tobe
be taken takenClose takeaCloae takenClose
Close round him a squad of you youshut youthe youthe
the officer ordered as the pt gaLes were w6l8Bhut werenhut
shut and take her over < to the hos hospital OIIpltaI h05hospital ¬
pital pitalThe
pltaIThe The hospital was a ntd rude boarded boardedstructure lMNLnledstructure bOrdIstructure
structure hastily erected for the sol soldiers soldiers sotdiets ¬
diers of the guard d not for the prison prisoners ofttI8 ¬
ers who were W iWe forced f to shift 1ft for them themselves themelvea themselves ¬
selves when they fell m mShall mShall IllShall
Shall we put her IB the common commonward IIward commonward
ward sir asked the sergeant caDt in com command eommaDd coinInaitti ¬
mand of his h superior superiorTheres lRloertolTheres superiorTheres
Theres ae n one in toe of officers fleers section sectionI
I believe Put her in there Ill send sendthe fIeftdthe sendthe
the doctor over to look after her heri herUnwiJlq herUnwilling
i Unwilling to renn ellJlquish < uish his charge for fora t r ra
a single moment the seaman carried carriedi can1edthe carriedthe
i the girl J rl into the room set apart for the theof theot theofficeri
of officeri fleet cer which as the lieutenant bad badsaid hadaid badBald
said was w vacant laid her carefully carefullydon carefullydown
dawn on one of the camp beds which whichfurnished wb1ehullllatMd whichfurnished
furnished It and covered her over with witha
a blanket blanketWell blaDketWell blanketWell
Well look after you he said They
dont dare to do anything to you youYou youYou youYou
You have been very good to me she sheanswered IbeADswered sheanswered
answered and I shall remenrber rttnteK bee y yname your yourname yourname
name If I ever get out of this ICe ICeYOtD placeYoung
Young isnt t It ItBob Itr ItrBob ItBob
Bob Young a at your service raise raisesaid misssaid
said 14 tbe man man1 turning away
He did not dare to look at the tears in inpoor InJOO Inpoor
poor JOO Susans eyes eyesThe eyeThe eyesThe
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JUNE ON THE GREAT LAKES LAKESRestful LAKESRestful LAKESRestful
Restful delightful interesting and instructive there thereis
is no trip like that on the Great Lakes those 5e inland seas seaswhich seaswhich seaswhich
which form the border line between the United States and andCanad andCanad andCanat
Canad And June is one of the most charming months monthsin
in the year in which to take the trip tripFor tripFor tnpFor
For comfort the fine passenger steamships of o the An Anchor Anchor Ancliot ¬
chor Line have no superiors As wellappointed as the thepalatial thepalatial thepsiatial
palatial ocean ocean greyhounds which plow the Atlantic their theirschedule theirschedcle theirscheIe
schedule allows sufficient time at all stopping places to toenable toenable toenable
enable the traveler to see something of the great lake cities citiesand citiesand citiesand
and to view in daylight the most distinctive sights of the thelakes thelakes thelakes
lakes and the scenery which frames fram them themThe themThe themThe
The trip tri p through the Detroit River and through Lake LakeSt LakeSt Lakest
St Clair with its great ship canal in the middle of the lake lakethence lakethence lakethence
thence through Lake Huron H uroo the locking of the steamer steamerthrough steamerthrough steamerthrough
through the great locks at the Soo and the passage of the thePortage thePortage thePortage
Portage Entry lake and canal across the upper end of ofMichigan ofMichigan ofMihigan
Michigan are novel and interesting features featuresThe featuresThe featuresThe
The voyage voyage from Buffalo to Duluth covers over eleven elevenhundred elevenhundred elevenhundred
hundred miles in the five days journey Leaving Buffalo Buffalothe Buffalothe Buffalothe
the steamships steMnShi steamshipJuniata Juniata Tionesta T ta and Octorara make stops stopsat stojsat s sat
at Erie Cleveland Detroit Mackinac Island the Soo SooMarquette 500MBrquette SooMarquette
Marquette Houghton and Hancock and Duluth DuluthThe DuluthThe DuluthThe
The 910 season opened on May 31 when the Steamer SteamerTionesta SteamerTionesta SteamerTionesta
Tionesta made her first sailing from Buffalo BuffaloThe BuffaloThe BuffaloThe
The Anchor nchor Line is the Great Lake Annex of the thePennsylvania thePennsylvania thePennsylvania
Pennsylvania Railroad and the service measures up to thehigh thehigh the thehigh
high standard sta ard set by the Standard Railroad of America AmericaAn AmericaAn
An illustrated folder giving sailing dates of steamers steamersrates steamersrates steamersrates
rates of fare and other information is ir course of prepa preparation preparation preparation ¬
ration and may obtained be when readvfrom anyPennsyl anyPennsylvania any anyPennsylvania Pennsyl Pennsylvania
vania Railroad Ticket Agent who is also prepared to tobook tobook tobook
book passengers who may desire to take this trip through throughthe throughthe
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