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THE WASHINGTON TIME c SATODAY SATqlDly S1TtRD AT SEPTEMBER 3 1910 J
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iThe Care of Milk and Its Use in the Home Homet Homej HomejBy
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i By Frances Carroll i I
I I Ir
r OW shill we lllldfT MIl ur urafter I Ialter
HOW after It IM IMat JIM JIMdiIh
t1 diIh ered at eeu e eWithout deers deersWithout r rWIthout
Without known kaowtJg kaowhig the 00 00ditSoas 08dttloDs oendttioas
ditSoas tinier which it is pro produced tIOd produed ¬
duced d od whether or not from tufeer tufeercan t1Ittereows tititeraikr
aikr eows ia II 1I8IIUIttary fair faircan tIIIk3 tIIIk3can
can w we aSDBrd rd to take chances in infeeding illeedlog fafeedfag
feeding It to oar cMMren especi espneciallF PeclaUT especially ¬
ally to the baby The Js 1 wholly whollydepeefet TVheMydepandont wlIoHTdepeode
depandont upon its ttlThese itT itTThese itsThese
These are the levee altimportant altimportantquestions aJIlmporintque alllmportantquestiox
questions which confront every fWerywho nether netherThe toetkerwho
who J a realer oC our Ws Page PageThe PageThe
The first fin question qii Ol1 tlon IB also vital t to every everyman everymaD everyman
man aad woman whose milk bottle Is Isdelivered IsdeUvered isdelivered
delivered daily at the door or or wii who buys buysa buysgtaBs
a glass of milk st the lunch counter counterThe CCHW CCHWThe eouaterThe
The Nathan Straus pasteurized milk milklaboratory milkJ milklaboratory
J laboratory established M here recently at at13U atn
1319 n H street northwest by the New XewYork NewYork NewYork
York philanthropist t should be visited visitedby visitedbT visitedby
by every adult in the city There It ftwMl Itw1 itwf1
wMl be seen that the answer te the theproblem tlMprobIeIR theproblem
problem of purifying p mine md te to be befound beoaDd befound
found te the one word pasteurization pasteurizationThose paatenrfzadoaTloose olL ff ffTho
Those who have seen the yasteurl pasteuriza pasteurization euriza eurizatlon a ation ¬
tion of milk at the Nathan Straws Strawslaboratory StnuI1aboratorT Stromelaboratory
laboratory will b be all the more MGI inter interested Int Int1ft Interested ¬
ested hi the following ankle from BuiIettii Bul Bulletin BuJJetln ¬
letin BI 03 of the Department t lt of Agri Agriculture ApiC1Ilture Agriculture ¬
culture cultureThe C1IltureTb cultureThe
The bulletin is Just tfoilowiDc issued and the thefollowing thefollowing
following on The Home Pasteurhta Pasteurhtateriologist Paateartaation rtza rtzaUoa
Uoa of JIClr M9k Is hy 1 A A Rogers bac bacteriologist
teriologist 1 of the Dairy Division D4 aisloa o of the theBureau eBureau theBureau
Bureau of Animal Industry IndustryLACE lDdu8tITLACE IndustryLACE
LACE FROCKS FOUND FOUNDAT FOUNDAT I IAT
AT THE FALL SALES SALESEarly SALESEr1 SALESEarly
Early Er1 fall sales give gtT many girls girlsopportunities girlsopportunities I IopportuDities
opportunities to pick up black and andwhite andwhite 00
white lace frocks at surprisiiigly low lowprices owp lowprices I
prices p As these b usually come < in inrobe IBJ Iat
J robe patterns they can be made up upsmartly upsmartly I Ismartly
smartly at home by the girl who can cawsew cansew I Isew
sew or by a visiting dressmaker dressmakerThe dressmakerThe I
The making of such frocks Is 18greatly Isgreatly Isgreatly
greatly simplified if It instead bt of put putting PUtI putting ¬
ting them to a silk foundation they theyM theyare
a are M J worn over the separate te slip used usedfor 1UMMlI usedfor
for lingerie lID < rie froeksAs froeks frocksAs froeksAg
As the lace will not hold Its It place placehovever placeho
hovever hO ever T unless unl made up OB some
1 1 1 1
ARTICLE NO NO3 NO3Some 3Some 3 3Some
Some Milk Net Safe SafeFor SafeFor SafeFor
For Human Censeraptien CenseraptienMiik CenemptienMiik
> Miik delivered in the cities te illsummer the thesummer thesummer
summer months mo ths fraqnenUy contains containsbacteria Oftallwbacteria crnthnsbacteria
bacteria in such large lar e numbers that thatit tlItIt thatIt
it is not safe re food fortWkireu for ehfldrett reu espe specially especially peciJly ¬
cially for infants whose food consists consistsentirely conaIstsentirelY constatsentirely
entirely of AmHk mHte In many cities a aspecial apeelal aspecial
special B milk ilk can be secured > bat this thisis thise
is 18 e sometimes dttftetrit and always in involves Javeins Involves ¬
volves adittionsl additional ewe writes Mr MrRogers XrRoger McRogers
Rogers RogersUnder RogersUnder o oUDder
Under such circumstances ckeual tlICes it is ad advisable advtable advlsable ¬
visable to pasteurize all 11 milk Ik Ikby consumed consumedby consumedby
by small children The pasteurisation pasteurisationeaseproducing pa teaaUDashould psstenlaatbashould
should be done ift such a way that d deueprod dis disee8eproducing
easeproducing eueprod bacteria be ec1 as well ae those thoselikely eUkely thoselikely
likely to produce intestinal IMMt disturbancesare disturbances
are destroyed destroyed without at the same me time timeInjuring tIlDeJajurln timeInjuring
Injuring < the flavor or thevalue the JHttiltlTe JHttiltlTevalue bltle
value lue of ofu the milk This Ibky may be ac accomplished aA aAcompll accomplished ¬
complished bed te the home by the use of ofa ofa
a simple improvised Impn > YiHd outfit outfitMethod outftMethod
Method of ofPasteurization ofPasteurizatien ofPasteurization
Pasteurization PasteurizationMttk PasteurizatienXUk PasteurizationMilk
Milk is most conveniently pasteurised pasteurisedte
in the bottles in which it is delivered deliveredTo eII eIITo deliveredTo
To do this use a small pall with a per perforated perfomted perforated ¬
forated false bottom An inverted p pie pietin o otin
tin with a few bales punched te it will willanswer willanswer
answer this purpose This will raise raisethe relMu raisethe
the bottles ttles from 1OW the bottom 1 of the pailthus pail pailthus
thus allowing a free C clrculatioi clrcaltlol rcalailo ofwater of ofwater ofVat
water Vat and preventing BttIIc bumping < of the thebattles thebetties
battles Punch a hole through the cap capof capor capof
of one of the bottles and insert a a thermometer ther thermometer thermometer ¬
mometer The ordinary floating type typeof typeot typeof
of thermometer er is likely to be lime inaccurate sceunLte limecurate ¬
curate and if possible po a asort good themoai themoaisort thermomsort
sort of a foundation founda4Jonn It Hlect Is weD i to se select solect
lect a chiffon the color ol < r of the la lato lace laceto Jato
to give the necessary n ry staying Get Oeta Geta Geta
a good ood enough ougb quality to wash washFLOOR washFLOOR b bFLOOR
FLOOR POLISH MADE MADEFROM MADEFROM MADEFROM
FROM WAX CANDLES CANDLESA C NDLES NDLESA
A cheap floor polish may be made madeby mad madby madby
by saving si all the ends eRd of candles candlesputting eaadleputting candlesputting
putting them in a s Jar and melting meltingthem meltingem metlngthem
them em on a stove Mix the wax with withenough witheDOVth withenough
enough turpentine tur eBtI to make a soft softpaste 80ftte softpaste
paste te aDd you have an excellent exceU t pol polish polItdt psilab ¬
lab for Ihol linoleum etc e Which wrll wrllhardly W wllhardly II IIbarJ
hardly barJ cost co t y you anything Many people peo people pe0 pe0ple ¬
ple prefer this polish to beeswax 1tee wax and aadturpentine aD4turpentine andturpentine
turpentine
eter wkh h the tl a seale defied on the Ute8IIIouId glass glassto glasssinould
8IIIouId be wed Set the betlos De le of ntIk mAkIn ntIkIII
to the pail and aadftil Ill the pen with water waterJleMly waternearly
1 nearly to the law IQ 1 of the milk Put Putthe Pu Puthe Putthe
the pall on the stove or over a gas gasI gasftame gasDame
I name and heat it t until the thermometer thermometerI <
I In the milk shows not less than 199 de degrees degrees degrees ¬
grees nor Toro than 1 Iii decree degrees Feltreabett FaA Fahrenheit FaAr ¬
renheit r heJt The bottles should shothen then be beremoved
removed ed from the water and allowed allowedto
to stand from twenty to thirty minutes nMnutesore t minutesTh allowedt wt wtThe
Th The e tempen temperature ure HI H raU 1 IowIF wtyy wtyymay Nt Ntmay t
may be held more ore uniformly by y coverlug cover covering covertn ¬
lug tn the bottles bott1 1 with a towel toweltnred o The Thetured JIINIC JIINICtured
tured cap should be replaced i inew with a aDeW anew
new one or the hot botUe a should be eor eorered o v vred 1ed
ered red ed with an inverted in n cup cupShould cupShould cupShonld
Should Be Cooled CooledQuickly CeoledQuickly CcoledQuickly >
Quickly in mater materAfter Water WaterAfter
After the milk has been heW as direct directed dlncted dkseted ¬
ed it should be cooled c as quickly and andas andas andas
as much as possible tOMI Ie by settinr te water waterTo waterTo waterTo
To avoid a vkl danger dan er of breaking the bottIe bot bottte botUe
tIe by too sudden change cba e of temperature tempera temperature teMttft1Lture ¬
ture this water should be warm at first firstHeplace AnltR frstReplace
Replace R ce the warm water slowly with withcoJd withegld 1th 1theQId
coJd water ter After coding milk should shouldte shouldIn Id IdIn
In all canes be held h 1d at the losv lowest est avail available avalltemperaturo available ¬
able temperature temperatureThis temperaturoThis temperatureThis
This method may m v be employed em loecl to re retard re retard retard ¬
tard the souring of milk or cream for forordinary foron1tnary forordinary
ordinary uses u s It should be a remeabec remember remembered r eIIIer eIIIered ¬
ed however that hat pasteurization pastes tlon tlonnot doe doenot doe doenot
not destroy d troy all n bacteria in milk andafter and andafter andattfl
after pasteurization it should be kept keptcold keptOld keptcold
cold and ad in a cleanlv Ieanl manner and weed weedas e4aa usedas
as soon oon as A i 108 IJtle > os0O le Cream does net rise riseas riMas rise
as rf rICNdJ r + i idle or t r reparato as completely COIDtJIetllyDABtu1ze comuietebpasteurized in inpasteurized
pasteurized m milk k as in in raw mHk mHkTfimorrovrn JIIIIkmorrow milkTemnorrows
Tfimorrovrn morrow article Trill deal Trtth TrtthThe 1T1thThe ccihThe
The Food Value of 3II1U 3II1UPRODUCE tlllkPRODUCE MilkPRODUCE
PRODUCE DISPLAY DISPLAYBEST DISPLAYBEST DISPLAYBEST
BEST OF THE YEAR YEARThe
The produce display in the Center CenterMarket CenterMarket CenterMarket
Market today Is the finest of the year yearaccording yearffordift yearaccording
according ffordift to the market mea Al Although Althougb Although ¬
though the prices on all garden truck truckare tnlekare tree treeare
are showing a tendency to advance advancethe adeethe advancethe
the market today is steady ateadyThe stedyTbe steadyThe
The line fruit display dlspl that has fea featured teaturect featured ¬
tured the market for the th year is still stillin stlnIn stillIn
in evidence as is also the splendid sptondidmelon spkndldmeJOft splendidmelon
melon showing PrIces l > rices vary v ry a great greatdeal lFea lFeadeal greatdeal
deal according to quality qualityEggs qualityElJai qualityEggs
Eggs have advanced 1 cent ever the theprices Utepriee theprices
prices of yesterday the jobbing jobbingprices jobbtDprt jobbtngprices >
prices prt now > befog 26 2 cents a dosen on onnearby OftIHarby onnearby
nearby Virginia eggs e eggsand and an 24 4 and 25 5 5SotItJHrn on onSouthern m mSouthern
Southern and Western The poultry poultrymarket potIl poultrymarket try
market is unchanged
i
By BYLOUlS LOUIS JOSEPH VANCE VANCEAUTHOR VANE VANEALTIIOR
PLUNDERISLATTD AUTHOR OF OFI < > F FTb
I 1 1 Tb TIM Blade isdc Bag Ba Tba Bwrae rase Bell BeJIne The BAM BAMBowl BnYBowl laseBow
Bowl and Other gacCMOiifc SecCUULCopyrIpt SscceseeCopyright
Copyright The Frank A A Jlauey Co
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Synopsis is of Chapters Already Published PublishedPeter PI1 PublishedPeter ed edPeter
Peter Cadoemn with his servant servantTerry suyaatTerry servantTerry
Terry Cr rash agb aboard the scnoooer Col Colleen Colleea Cotlees ¬
lees ar an making for New ew Orleans te pick jcfcup Jkup pickup
up Ixtfnax prior to a antes bt tb the Car Carribbeaa Car1bbeaa Carrihbesa
ribbeaa Sea Seafrom s when bea JlUdcleaJT Ie Iefrom h aroused arousedfrom
from his aiomben by a cry ff Help Helpco Heym Heymcomtas H r rcomias >
comias co across tb the water water1meII waterInceni wmterInreBttgattoK
InreBttgattoK 1meII gattag Caooww ante half MICastena a am amastern stile stileastern
astern a a dory containing a young girl girlJan IrlJIUM girlJane
Jan Jane TOdd unconscious 9Y from rrHe mpesee mpeseeHe C3cp anre anreH
H He explains q i it that toe beard her call forassbtaooe for forthat fOraaetataDce
aaetataDce and S my tlbed lIT her reply NfIITthat replythat
that ate b did not call call callTIter callThey
TIter sail for Cedar I taa i Jhjat JhjatIMMM JIwkhcN t thome
IMMM home which i I teadad t hjr Janis father mtawCHAPTER faUMrCHAPTER fatherCHAPTER
CHAPTER II ILContinued ILContinuedAND IIContinuedND Contiaued ContiauedKD
KD in time the sea that pri primarily priMarily priraarfly ¬
AND marily marilynattened had been sbanitM ant aa11Itteaed antflattened
flattened out by tb the vlolsnc vlolsncof viotDCeor viol snee sneer
r of the wind began to break breakHilllike breakHlllUke breakHilllike
Hilllike breakers foam fOamcroW1l fOamcroW1lraced fbamcrowned fbamcrownedraced crowned crownedraced
raced the schooner 8ChooIterraeed raced and won wonor WORor wonor
or pursued and overtook her break breaking treakiig kreakIrg
iig now no and again over her quarter o1uarternd quartersnd quarternd
snd nd deluging delclt her h l decks in futIe tutl en endeavor ead endeavor ¬
deavor d aor to bury her Beneath tons of ofwater orwater ofwater
water from which rhh hh ch she would pres presently IrQcnt1 presently ¬
ently cnt1 emerge em rg shaking herself hers ° U like likewa a awater awater
water wa r spaniel g aJlel after a dive to hurtle arUeIn hurtley nurtieonward
y onward In < ward a chip in a whirlpool whirlpoolWith whlrl whlrlVith whirlpoolWith
With the pjrPong ng of the first DaS nassion DaSslon passion
sion the wind settled down to steadypersistent steady steadybrought steadypersisteat
persistent tlrel tireless blowing and andbrought andbrought
brought the rain For half aa hour hourthe hourthe hourthe
the decks were ere ankle deep in rain rainwith raJnater ralnwater
water ater when hen they were not knee deep deepwith deepwith
with seas Then the downpour downpourceased downpcnarClased downpourceased
ceased aDd nd a pallid dawn crept out oatof outof outof
of the east east curtailing the twilight twilightAn t i wilightAn Ugbt UgbtAn
An hour later the clouds parted partedtorn partedtorn partedtorn
torn to rags by the gale and patches patchesof Iof I Iof
of deepest blue showed between the thefragments thefraJrn14Dts thefragments
fragments while great areas of in incredibly incredibly incredibly ¬
credibly brilliant sunlight chased one oneanother ODanother oneanother
another across the ravening watersand watersand waters watersand
and turned them from slate to emer emerald emerald emerald ¬
ald from snow to diamond dust dustThe dU8tTht duetThe
The > air became rare and clean to tothe tothe tothe
the lungs and a ftne 4 ne exhilaration tin tingled tingled tingled ¬
gled through Cadogans veins as asspelled be bespelled hespeUed
spelled Creagh at the wheel He Hetrail HeW Heteas
trail W U drinking deep of the wine of life lifeand 1t 1tand lifeand
and the th taste of it was sweet sweetAt sweetAt sweetAt
At six bells of the forenoon watch Wte1the waterthe watchthe
the conditions remaining unchanged unchangedthe uaehan unchangedP ed edthe
the wind wl holding without abatement abatementCadogan abtem abatementCadogan nt ntCadopn
Cadogan relieved r lIeed Creagh at the thehelm thehelm thehelm
helm and told him to go forward forwardand forwardand forwardand
P and prepare coffee and food An hour hourlater hourlater hourlater
later in turn relieved he went below belowfor belowfor belowfor
for his own refreshment entering enterl the thecabin thecabin thecabin
cabin to surprise the girl in the act actof actof actof
of leaving her stateroom stateroomThere statelOOmThere stateroomThere
There was a clear color in her hertanned hertanned hertanned
tanned cheeks and a brightness in inher Inher Inher
her eyes that rivaled his own and andthe andthe andthe
the smile Ue with which whl b she IM greeted her herrescuer herrescuer herrescuer
rescuer was s as cheerful and pleasant pleasantas plea ant antas
as the fugitive shafts of sunlight sunlightwithout sunlightwithout sunlightwithout
without withoutIve withoutre withoutTie
Tie been asleep she told him himand aimand himand
and feel much improved thank thankyou thankyou thankyou
you youAsleep Asleep Ca4ogan was frank in his hisastonishment hisaston1ahment hisastonishment
astonishment Indeed Ja Be would have havefound bavefound havePc
found it hard to bide that emotion as ashe asbe ashe
he faced her after slipping out of his hisoilskins hisollsklftS hisoileking
Pc oilskins oilskinsShe ollsklftSShe oilekingShe
She nodded confirmation n of f her herstatement herstatCllent herstatement
statement and laughed lightly lightlyDidnt Jt lightlyDidnt tly tlyDI
Didnt DI t I tell you I was a daughter daughterof da daughterof ter terof
of the sea Did Dt IOU you suppose a little littleblow tittleblow i iIm
blow like this would k keep p JIIe awayT awayTIm away awayIm
Im surprised that you have such suchconfidence suckconftdeace suchconfidence
confidence in i our ourseamanship seamanship he hecountered hecountered ie iecountered
countered Its ourl a all l very well aIi not notbe to tobe tobe
be afraid of a gale and a rough sea seabut sea seabut seabut
but why do you believe 1 yourself ia iasuch 11such insuch
such competent competent bands bandsTerry bandsr
r Terry she returned with a atwinkle a atwInkle atwinkle
twinkle Thats his name isnt it itTerry ItTetT ItTerry
Terry inspires one with a sense of ofsecurity of1rtt ofseeirtty
security securityOh seeirttyOh 1rtt 1rttOh
Oh Cadogan threw up p a palm palmwith Nlbawith paintwith
with the gesture etnure of a man touched touchedin hed hedIn
in sword swordpour swordplay ordplay and laughed Xay ay I Ipour Ipour
pour you co coIf coffee coffeeIf coffeeIf
If you wont wontlet let me perform that thatoffice thatofftco thatti
office Xr Cadogan She stumbled stubledlittle stumbleda j ja
ti a little over the phrase sad ad flushed flusheda
a little little for Cadogan Cad had tt placed ai aichair a achair achair
chair for her opposite his h own J Jwas Itwas It Itwas
was the Ant time site had sat at atbreakfast atbrzldast atbrrakfaat
breakfast aloae a with a man other otherthan otherthan otherthan
than her father fatherIll fatherrn fatherIll
Ill be obliged to the contrary contraryHe eentraryHe
He considerately eve eveTightened overlooked her herlightened Itereigbteaed
lightened color and tided the mo momentary DtOm momentary ¬
m mentary > ntary constraint over o with wtUaguil a aguileless an
n guileless guil less air from which she drew drewmuch tlrewm1J drewmuch
much m1J b comfortShe comfort comfortShe fort fortSht
She studied him covertly as asoPflly he heopenly AOI AOIopenly
openly devoured his bread and bacm bacmard bae3Hard lmcnand
ard gulped down two cupfuls of ofscalding f fscalding tscaldtn
scalding scaldtn black coffee with the ardor ardorof ardorof ardorof
of a famitKd wolf wolf and consideredhim considered consideredhim coDSklcrtodhim
him not so homely as he had imrI imFreesed im imIrc
Freesed Irc rI = s l h be < r at first firstTo antTo dratTo
To be sure Cadogaa Cad never neverhandsome W8 wa waAandaome
handsome but his eyes yes were pleasantand pl pland pleasant pless1Itnd
and nd weighed welp largely IT against a IDSt IDStfalt any anyfault anyfault
fault the critical might lIt find with a anose xnoee anone
nose toe short and sank an upper lip liptoo Uptoo lipj
j too long a tit toe wide aad a achin achin achin
chin that might be taongfcrt too usertive asser assertive assertive ¬
tive i
t
But the snub nose acquired an en engaging engaging D Dgaging ¬
gaging wrinkle when he laughed laughedvhich Ja laughedehich b bhlch
vhich hlch he did frequently she he found foundand fouAdand foundand
and the widelipped mouth was goad goadhumored godhumored o ohumored
humored ad generous and as for the thechin Uaechin thechin
chin whats a man without force of ofcharacter orcharacter ofcharacter
character And if his hair was undo uJlClonlably undoniably undeniably ¬
niably red that was 8 a good contrast contrastfor CORtr4Stfo contrastfr
for fo > r gray ray eyes and aftd besides betokened betokeneda
a sanguine and cheerful tempera temperament temperament temperament ¬
ment mentAltogether mentAltogeUMr mentAltogether
Altogether the girl rl found Peter Ca Cado Cac1 Cadan
do c1 dan l811 an not uninteresting uninterestingAs 1Ihltereastln 1IhltereastlnAs
As for Cadogan his Impression slOa of ofher ofher
her w was aa impression impres lon nothing BOthl more moretComeR JDOreW s sKomda I
tComeR W OIIIft were rarely y 0 moe re with himHe him tilLHe I IHe
He did not care about the color of ofi nrer ofher
er i er eyes but ka knew w that they smiled smiledThe smiledThe mlJedThe
The hue ue of her hair alr he would nave navedeclared bavedeclared havedeclared
declared dirk As a matter of fact it itw3 ita Itwas
w3 a as black as her eyes eyesIf eyeslr eyesif
If Touched yuEh for a description de ke kewould hewould e ewuld
would have sincerely enumerated tin tinaddition tinaldttion 111 111a
addition a ditl4on to the above features one onemouth OftOJDOUtb onemouth
mouth one nose two ears and the thecomplexion t thecomplexion e ecomplexion
complexion of a Spanish b senorita aen ita He Hewould H Hwuulc1 Hewould
would have hesitated over tire ngje ngjetive gje gjethe asi asitive
tive pretty aad probably would wouldhave WOttIdhave euld euldhave
have substituted handsome hand = me ia i Its Itsstead lastead Itsstead
stead with a qualifying ratherA rather ratherA
A rather handsome haRclso woman in inshort IIIshort inshort
short short would have summed up the theimpressions theimpreal theimpressions
impressions impreal quite qul e succinctly sucdnctlyt at that thatstage thatstaSe thatsHe
stage stageHe staSeHe
sHe He was was was ia fact rather preoccupied preoccupiedThe preoceuptedTbe preoccupiedThe
The duty of hospitality weighed Wel bed less lessheavily Jesshearlly leasheavily
heavily upon his mind than the prob problem problem problem ¬
lem of their position The sea was wajmomentarily wa wamoentarily wasmomentarily
momentarily growing WI heavier anI anIthe anjtbe anithe
the Colleen running Into shallower shallowerwaters sbaUowrwaters shallowerwaters
waters watersThe watersTbe watersThe
The hour was not far distant dl nt when wJtenshe whenshe whenshe
she would have either to come aljoct alpoetand aljoctand a90ctan4
and beat oft a lee coast coe t or 0 attempt attemptNLSSge a apassage apassage
passage between the islands that thatclose thate10se thatclose
close In Chaadeleur C r sound Happen Happenshe HapIHtJIsbe Happeashe
she struck the right t passagewell passagewelland passage ewell ewelland well welland
and good Happen the wrong wro one oneThe one oneThe oneThe
The long and short of it was that thathe thatBe thathe
he didnt know the coast And it Ittroubled ittroubled j jtroubled
troubled hint hintWhen bilLWhen himWhen
When may I come on deck deckEh deekT deekTEh T TEh
Eh Cadogan Cad B Jerked forcibly out outof outof outof
of his study looked his dismay Idrather Id Idrather Idrather
rather you you didnt at a alL alLIm alLur alLIm
ur Im not afraid said Jane J ae Todd ToddI TCHWr
I dont suppose supposyou you are Neither Neitheram NettDeram Neitheram
am I L But I dont want to be re responsible responsible 1 1sponsible
sponsible for you with a sea running 1IRatagUke runninglike I Ilike
like the present one oneVery o oVery on onVery
Very welL You are I believe tb t the thecaptain a acaptaln j jcaptain
captain captainWell captainWellI I IWellJ
WellJ Well I dont want to sound dietatoriaL dieta dictatorial dietatorl ¬
torl toriaLYou torial torialYou
torlYou You dont Mr Cadopan CacogDlShe CadoganIShe CadopanShe
She was laughing at him Cadogaa Cadogaareddened Ca Careddened Cadoganreddened
reddened and aad simultaneously real realised realized reelland ¬
land that lie ae e rather liked to t be laugh laughed 1aug 1augl laughed ¬
ed at that way wayI
I l havent t asked askedyou k d3nu you he turned lrned the thecourse theC9urse thecourse
course of conversation aad aD at a the thesame thesame thegame
same time rose and began te d tb don d his hisoilers b boilers IdoilerS
oilers how you got into that scrape scrapeThe s scrapeThe rape rapeThe
The effect of his inquiring remark remarkshowed remrkshowed remarkshowed
showed in a sudden gravity thatclouded that thatclouded tbtclouded
clouded the girls face faceIt faceIt faceIt
It was ca accident aeelde t she told himOh himOh him himOh
Oh he returned dryly drylyDid drylyDid drylyDid
Did he h detect an accent of evasive evasiveness eTILslvenettS evasiveness ¬
ness in inlter her response responseBut respoD88But responseBut
But she would not laugh with him htaaAn blmAn himAn
An accident aeeld nt she repeated grave gravely gravel gravely ¬
ly l of my own contriving Briefly I Ilost Ilost Ilost
lost an oar aad Dellost lost the other trying tryingto tt7i tt7ito
to recover th the firstRattled firstRattled first firtRat
Rattled RattledYes Rat Rattledes UM UMoYes
oYes Yes es Then nobody heard me call callaad calland calland
and we went out to sea with the ebb ebbtide ebbtide bb bbtide
tide until a current caught the dory doryard loryarod 3oryanal
anal swept it out of sight of tend I Ishould Ishould Ishould
should have known kuoWftbeter better in fact I Idid 1did Idid
did So theres no excuse e for me And AndI D1the Andthe
I the thought of my fathers anxiety istorturing is isI istorturing
I torturing torturingOh torturingOh torturingOh
Oh Oh your father Cadogans tone toneechoed toneeehoed toneechoed
echoed her concern 1 I should say so soBut soBut sot sotBut
But But fortunately he wont have to toworry toWOrry toworry
worry much longer l er He got up and andbegan R4l R4lbeJan j
began to struggle into the cumber ambersome cumeer1De j jsome
some 1De oilskins You You said you yOu lt 1h 1hOR tttd tttdon ud udon
on < Cedar l T Isl Islam ad Miss Todd Rather Ratheroutoftheway Ratherout Ratheroutoftheway
outoftheway out Ctheway place lace isnt It Iti ItTo ItToIt ItIt
i It ia dreadfully lonely affirmed affirmedthe afArmedthe affirmedthe
the girl Xo o one ever goes there thereexcept thereexcept thereexcept
except lighthouse e people peopleI peopleYou peopleYou
I You dont d nt like it ItT he diagnosed diagnosedthe dlJmosedthe diagnosedthe
the feeling feeUn underlying her wor worI words wordsI
I I hate it she declared with witheoncentrated a aconcentrated aconcentrated
concentrated emphasis of antipathy antipathywhich 8tItiJMIthywhich antipathywhich
which startled him And yeV ye her her1ace her herface herlace
face softening aotteatagt l love It It too It has hasI hasbeeft hasbeen
been my borne for many ye years rs and andI andI
I am posstoaately po fond of the sea seaOnly MILOnly seaOnly
Only sometimes one gets to longing loaglagfor 10n longingfor hag hagfor
for the world worldAad worldADd worldAnd
ADd contrarily he declared 1 1t I Itaiak Ithink
think t lJlkI I think I should 8bou like Cedar CedarIsland aIsneL CedarIsland
Island I must get t on deck deckHe deckHe deckHe
He went briskly again absorbed absorbedwith absorbedwith b erlHMiwith
with hi his cares The girls rIs eyes fol followed followed followed ¬
lowed him t thoughtfully After allhe all allhe all allb
he b was WA ttTJIlng tro ing out quite q 1IUe unlike DItk8 other othermen otbmen othermen <
men She liked aim imIt htmIt aimIt
It te illustrative of her straight straightforward straJgatforward t tforwanl
forward cast of mind that she admit admitted shitted It Itte ¬
ted as araefc without reserve reserveShe reeerveShe reserveSlya
She sighed and aDllfell fell pensive Jtea toying toyiafrTvith tQyl toyingwith I
with Ith a spoon So little the of variety
spiced pic lcecI d her days that this hl adventure adventureits
its I first terrors overpassed was like likea
a rainbow against n t a leaden sky Yes Yesterday Yettterday Yesterday ¬
terday and today she had Journeyed Journeyedin
in I company with the spirit of ro romance roJRaDeeand roseanceand ¬
JRaDeeand mance and had not guessed it it To Tonight Toui Tonighttonight ¬
ui nighttonight night < httonlgbt tonight she would step back backinto 1NLckInto backInto
into her niche In the workaday workadayworld workadayworld workadayworld
world tread again the wellknown wellknownroutine welIkaoWDroutine wellknownroutine
routine of monotony monot ony <
Life Lltewhat what did it hold for her herShe herShe herShe
She closed ed her eyes wearily and andsaw Adaw andsaw
saw against inst their heavy lids the thetheater thetheater
theater of her days dayathe the sapphire seaand sea seaand seaand
and shining hlnln sands the J1 lighthousetall lighthouse lighthousetall b btall
tall and red with the unlovely COt ewttage COttage cettage
tage nestling at its foot the yellow yellowcrescent yeHowcre yllowcrescent
crescent cre eent of beach the purple rim of ofthe ofUte ofthe
the horizon An hour hourtwo two hours at atmost atmoetwould atmost
most moetwould would would take her back to that thatThe
Life would be 8 It had always been beenThe beenThe
The curtain would drop upon this th too tooshort tooshort
short drama dramaOhr drarnOh dramaoar
oar Oh she cried In a 3 tone low and andhitter andblt andblt
hitter blt et aDd turned impatiently te her herchair hercbalr herchair
chair chairIn cbalrIa chairIn
In the act she heard 88rd a voice that thatlarr thathatred j jnaiced
hatred larr d her In a shriek shrtektL a voice from fromthe fromthe
the deck d deckand kaad aad started up intuitively intuitivelyalarmed ltutUYeI intuitivelyalarmed
alarmed alarmedThat lanaedThat alarmedThat
That had been be R Mr Csxiogaas voice voicehe voicehe
he bad called her imploringly as K Kin tfin
in need needSimultaneously 1MedSbnultaneou51y needSimultaneously
Simultaneously the schooner reel reeled reeled reeled ¬
ed and lurched like a stricken thing Ual UalShe
She beard a crash on deck and scurry scurryof 3C1I1To scurryof
of o heels across the planks and andand andandsomehow and andsomehow andsomebow
somehow found herself at the head headof head80f headof
of the companionway staring with witheyes wUJaeyes witheyes
eyes momentarily terror terrorftlled filled up upand VPand upand
and down an empty deck deckCadogan deekCa deckCadogan
Cadogan Ca An and Creagh both had dis disappeared d18one dfgsppeared ¬
sppearedWith appeared appearedwith
with no one at the wheel the little littlevessel 11tUevessl littlevessel
vessel had luffed and fallen lIen away in inthe Inthe inthe
the trough of the WVe8o waves canvas nap napping flapping ¬
ping with reports like pistol shots shotsbooms shotsbooms shotspm
pm booms sweeping the deck like mighty nightynails mightyAnd
nails nailsAnd
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And to windward wln ward a wall of green greenwas greeawas greenwas
was lifting up like a hillside Its Itssmootn Itssmooth Itssmooth
smooth and foamstreaked flanks flnakstowering flankstowering Aaakstowering
towering and swelling to a white whiteplunied whitepl1Ime whiteplumed
plumed crest a a hundred feet higher higherthan blgberthaa highertibn
than tibn the Colleens tiny patch of o deck decklag cleekt cleekCHAPTER deckCHAPTER
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CHAPTER III IIITurnAbout IIITurnAbout IIITurnAbout
TurnAbout TurnAboutLORTUXATEIY TurnAboutLORTUXATELY TurnAboutRTUNATELY
LORTUXATEIY RTUNATELY the seas were run ranaing runr runsing
r Ding wide apart apartas as they t e must mustto roustto t tto
to rear their heads so high There Therewere Therewere Therewere
were still some seconds se < wherein a acompetent acompetent
competent seaman might work out outthe outthe
the ships sslvatlonI salvation if be had his hiswits hiswits hiswits
wits about him himThe himThe himThe
The girls quick eyo measured the thedistance theI thedistance
I distance her quicker wits calculat calculating calculatIng calculatllug ¬
ing the thchances chances Then she sprang to tothe totbe toe
the e wheel wbeelTbere wheelThere wheelThere
There had been no idle boasting In Inher Inher inher
her assertion to Cadogan that she shewas shewas shewas
was a daughter of the sea She hadbeen had hadbeen
been bred to such work work was experi experienced experienced experienced ¬
enced in such emergencies knew knewwhat kne knewwhat w wwbt
what to do as instinctively as a awoman awoman
woman of the world knows how howwoman to tomanage tomanage tomanage
manage her parasol or her fan or orwhatever orw orwatever
whatever w atever other destructive weapons1 weapon weaponsl
sl ° may happen to be armed with withStrong withStrong
Strong Stron young hands twirled t rJed the spokesmadly spokes spokesmadly
madly and held It steady when the rudder rud rudder ¬
der had cot its purchase on the water waterAnd WAternd waterAnd
And nd so quickly had ebe acted so brief briefthe brIethe briefthe
the Interval had been n between the mo moment mo moJDeI1t memeat ¬
meat of her taking akln alarm and the moment mo moment moment ¬
ment of her takinir takin command that there therewas therewas therewas
was still enough way upon the Colleen Colleento
to make her obey the wheel wheelHandily wheelHandily wheelHandily
Handily as a catbeat the schooner paid paidoff paidoff paidoff
off her lean canvas caught the wind windand windand windand
and fattened on it she gathered way wayJaJd wayhid
1 laid down to her work and forged ahead aheadunon aheaduoon aheadnoon
noon her former course co course rse and the billow billowheaving billowheavln billowheaving
heaving heavln up behind could no more than thanlift thanJlft thanlift
lift per J er and item on onAim on onAnn onA
Aim A the i clrl lrl trot her breath in a quick quicksp quickasP quickgasp
asP sp The worst wo t was wa over But she did didnot didnot didnot
not pou at11e e There was still work w rk to be bedone bedene bedone
done She durst not leave the wheel lest lestthe Jestthe lestthe
the schooner broach to again againTo aniHTo againTo
To the contrary she must leave Je It Ittemporarily It1mporadlY Ittemporarily
temporarily at least A life If not two twodepended twok twodepended
depended k ed on her lu r being able to do so soFor 110For soFor
For she had found time to glance more morecuriously morecurlouly morecuriously
curiously about the deck for a clue to tothe tothe tothe
the whereabouts o ol the misslnc ml slns men tnenand menand menand
and had discovered it in a single hand handclutching handclutblnJ bandclutching
clutching the leeward rail with a grip gripat grip0f Ip Ip4J
at iron its owner swinging InvJ invisiblyover Invisibly Invisiblyover iblT iblTover
over side sidePantinc 3IdePAntinJ sidePanting
Panting sobcne sob 1ns with excitement the thegirl thel thegirl
girl l bore heavily upon the helm got a ajcood afun agood
good full on her as the saying savin is when whena
a shins hio s sails are made to swell ell hard hardwith hardth handwith
with th wind and locked 1C ed the tiller Then Thenlearwc ThenvIm Thenleaving
leaving vIm the Colleen for Cortbe the time being to toher tobel toher
her own oWn devices de1I = es ran to the he rail and andreerta aDdpeerlu andpeering
peering over looked down into Cado Cadogaas CadoJaDs Cedeghns
gaas strained and agonized face faceTbe racelhe faceThe
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answer noW so wont you tell tellme jne if ifthere ItUtero Ifthere
there really re te any answer er to number
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week a a puzzle that is just as hard hard and andlust andas andjust
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extremely business like hand writing wrlttapnrisied wrttIacmisled writingmisled
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I mention tlon before that the little bunny bunnycaikJrea DanBYcJdIc1ren bunnychildren
children went to school Well I meant meantto meIUt meIUtto meantto
to Im sure sure and If I overlooked it I Ihope I1top Ibops
hope you will excuse me me and Ill see seethat seethat seethat
that it does not happen again this thisspring tJdsspring thisspring
spring or summer Oh my yes yeswent they theywent theywent
went to school In an old hollow tree treeaad tree treeADd treeand
ADd an owl was the school teacher teadlere teadleregood teacheragood a agood
good kind old owl who sewer kept the tlteDuDDY thebunny 1 1bunny
bunny children cklldren1n cklldren1nSo Ii IiSo In InSo
So as I said MId they were coming home homefrom 1IoAtefrom bomtfrom
from school 8Ckool and Sammie had stopped to toplay toplay toplay
play marbles with some of his little boy boyrabbit borabbit boyrabbit
rabbit friends while Susie walked on onwith ORwith onwith
with some little rabbit girls Some o othe or orthe ofthe
the girls were jumping rope and theyinvited they theyinvited theyiftytted
invited Susie ie to Join them themCosM 1ItemCollIe themCome
CollIe on said one little rabbit with withtwo witAtw withtwo
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and you can have three t e8 slow pepper pepperSuafe pepperS4I8fe
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But Susie S Ie couldnt because bec we ahe he didnt didntknew didntlaM didntknew
knew laM how to jump rope Now isnt that thatstrange thatstrange thatstrange
strange 2Co Nop sir she didnt didn t knew the theflrst 1beAnt thefirst
Ant thing about a Jumping rope for she shehad sheJaaQ shehad
had never bad a chance to loam loamSo JMrnSo learnso
So whoa she got home to the burrow burrowthat b burrowthat rrow rrowtll
that t afternoon and Nurse Jane Fuzy FuaayZiuzzy 5 Fuzyruzzy uzsy uzsyWtzzzy
Wtzzzy ruzzy had given her a bit of chocolate cboeolatecovered chocolatecovered chocolatecovered
covered carrot Uncle Wiggily Xwgears Lngearsnoticed Xwgearsnoticed LJDgearsDOtIced
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and all the other rabbit girls can canXever eanuNeer canNever
Never mind said Uncle Wisgily I Iwin 1will Iwill
will skew you how Come with me Ob Obdear 011dear Ohdear
dear Oh Oh my goodness ood ate and somesassafras some somesassafras SOID8Cras
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much frightened for she had never neverheard nocrheerd nosesbeard
heard her uncle cry ao aoOh 80on soOh
Oh on its only my rheumatism Susie Suslodear Susiedear Susiedear
dear be answered aDS1 Dont Do t mind me II IIshall I Ishall Ishalt
shall be all right presently nt1 Just ask askJane askrane askJane
Jane Fumiry FusaryWuzzy Wuffiy to bring me the wa watercress Wtercress watereress ¬
tercress liniment IteintentSo lblimgntSo linimentSo
So when the muskrat nurse had hadbrought hac1browbt hadbroorbt
brought the liniment t and Untie Wiggly Wiejrflyhad Wigglyhad ily ilyad
had rubbed some me on his h1 les he felt feltbetter feltbett feltbetter
better betterKow bett betterNow r rI
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you how to junu > rope I used to do doit doIt doit
it when I was a boy but I am not so solively sOJlvely solively
lively and nimbta now as s I was then thenBut tbenBut thenBut
But I have no rope rooe objected Susie Susiethough Susiethough I Ithouh
though she felt a little more happy MOO I Icant Icant I ICAnt
cant jump without wi t a ropeTnt rope ropeTut 1OpeTTIt
Tnt tut I Do > o not think about such alittle a alittle alittle
little thin thiru as that went on her uncle uncleminutes uncleI uncleT
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minutes Conve C Come me with me meJust moJus meJust
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ter he had had some someorn x > rn n bread with withpreserved withrese withpreserved atI
preserved rese ed sweet SW 8t caase leaves on on n he hewent htwent hewent
went with with his sister sIst r and un uncle le f in n the thewoods thewoods
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said Susie quite qul proudly Dont you youwant youwant youwant
want to learn SaBuajoT SaBuajoTXor SRmmioTNo
Xor No he said k1 thats thatsonly only for girls cirlsrd i girlsI s srd i
rd I d rather plat marbles and fly a kitebut kite kitebut kite kitebut
but Ill turn for yob ye O if we can fjnd nd a arope a afor atope I
rope for you yo see see Sammie w was s always alwayskind a1SIdnd alwayskind
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along l1on but Possum l Plnkt Pinktoes > inktoes and a11d as soon soonas soonas
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said aW SaMe to to him 1dmHa himHa himHa
Ha Ha Jump Tm prope rope eh ear exclaimed Pos ¬
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aDd pretty SOOn they came to the pl place
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Meee and they took hold of each enl enlthough
Del baan to turn the r for Juse lS1f
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though there was a anice nic DIre smooth rasa S
P Place aoe to learn on Then rw rworlor out o of a pond
Jumprod uinpAd BullY the frog and and as he was
ODe forthe c cor I the best jumpers In the woods
orlor or for that matter on Orange moun ¬
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fao she learned to Jump salt salt alt whlci Rhh Rhhpepper
feslow is slOw slowshe awl pepper pepper which is fast fast ant
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indeed Then she e learned to jump witH
two ropes one going oiner one way and one
the other and a finally she could skip sk i as
well as any an any anya anylittle little rabbit girl in the AV owl wrs r rschool a
school Uncle Wiggily W tried to jump j1 P
but he was so stiff and his rheumatism
hurt him so that the he couldnt do it
Then they all started for i home h m ant aniwhat antwhat ni
what do you think happened Bappened Soin Somfthinc Somfthincqultenons SomPtinrquite thlne thlnequite
qultenons quite serious I do assure you yo and andnot Fr Frnot r
not fooling A AbIg 3K hawk hAwk not the kin kinKOOd kin1 king kinggood <
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was as out looking lookI for early syrinx syrinxchickens s ring ringehiekeig
chickens swooped down WD and trite to tocarry tocarry o ocarry
carry Susie L4ttetait Lltt l off to Ms nest nest
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couldnt do much but Sammie was n IK Dt Dt8OIag tgoing t tgoing
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