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H THE CITIZEN
M W. O. LOVELESS, Publisher,
H AMERICAN FORK UTAH
H UTAH STATE NEWS
H William Abcll, a prospector, fell
H down n night of stairs In Salt Lnko
H City and sustained a broken leg.
H About ono thousand people, wero
H treated to their Thanksgiving dinner
H by the Salvntlon Army of Salt l.ikr
H City.
H Hcbcr Penning of Tnylorsvlllo hns
H been assessed $100 by tlio forest re-
H serve department for trespassing on
H the rcscnnUon.
H The sum of $2,287 v:ns added to the
H treasury of the St. Mark's liospltal n
M the result of the charity hull hold In
M Bait Lnko City.
H Thirty births wero reported to tha
H Bait Lake City health department duo
H lng the past week, of which twentj,
H wero males and ten females.
H Harry Wadsworth, who enmo to
H Bait Lnko threo months ago from tha
H west, won killed last week by an on-
H tlno on the Salt l.ako Iloute.
H A vocal nnd Instrntuuntat musical
H programme was rendered for the en-
B tertalnmcnt of the convicts In tha
H stato prison on Thanksgiving day.
H Alleging that she wns glvon n
H wrong prescription, Gcnovo Knowlton
M has sued tlio Wlllls-Horno Drug com-
H pany of Salt Luke- City for $5,000 dam-
M Governor Cutler will appoint a sue-
H ccssor to Commissioner Joseph Stan-
H ford of Weber county, resigned, the
M county commissioners falling to name
H his successor.
B Raymond Ilowdlo, nged 15, was no-
HBa cldcntally shot In tlio leg by a play-
raato at young Howdlo's homo In Salt
HBb Lake, whllo the two lad wero play-
lng with a pistol.
Tho sheep In Utah nnd Idaho nt the
BBa present timo aro In a most satlsfao-
HBh tor condition as regards tho proval-
HBb enco of scabies, there being almost
HBa nono In either state.
HBb Arrangements for the state teachers'
HBJ convention to be held In Ogdcn havo
HBb been about completed and within a
HBa few dnyH the olTlclal program for the
occasion will bo out.
A company formed In Ogdon last
BBa week has secured lands on tho lako
HBl shore west of Ogdcn and Is prepared
BBl i to begin tho evaporation of salt as
1 soon as tho summer begins. 1
Lw 'i Albert Angol.'.agcd. OSroroainn of
HBv I a blasting crew In a quarry neap Salt
I Iake City, was struck on tlio head by
a boulder whllo nt work, nnd died
4 from bis Injuries a Bhort time Inter.
HBb Tho Ely Construction company ot
Sprlngvlllo has filed articles of In-
HBa corporation with tho secretary ot
HBb state. Tho company purposes to do
railroad construction work In Utah
and Nevada.
HBi The Salt. Lako officers arrested
HBl three Trovo boys, tho eldest only 13
HB years of age, on suspicion ot being
BBl connected with tho Perry Btoro burg-
lary In Provo last week, and tho boys
confessed to the crlmo.
HBl , A number of dairymen ot Ogden,
BBm have served notlco on their customers
thnt tho prico of milk will bo In-
HBa creased. Instuad ot receiving twenty
quarts for $1, tha customers wllf now
get fifteen for $1.
Tho motion to rot ax costs In tha
HBl famous llainer-IIowell election contest
HB coso camo up for hearing boforo
BBi Judgo Mono In Ogdcn last week.
After tho Introduction of tho facts In
tho case tho court granted the motion
to reduco tho inllengo fees of certain
I witnesses, reducing tho bill frm
$298.16 to $280.10.
Anton Fritz, formerly of Pittsburg,
HBi Pa., claimed to have been robbed of a
H largo amount of money by Lcora Mop
Bv gan, a ncgrcss, who wns arrested In
Salt Lako September 20, was killed
H by a train at San Krcnando, Cat., on
H Sunday.
H According to roports received In Or-
H den, the head which was missing
H from tho body of tho man killed in
1 tho Montollo wreck was discovered a
H few days ago In 11 quantity ot prunes.
H It was burled with tho remainder ot
H his body.
H After spending nearly threo dnyH In
H an Inquest Into the death or Thomas
H White, who was found dead In tho
H omco of tho Hlnghnm Central mlno,
H tho coroner's jury returned n vordlct
M of death by tho accidental discharge
H of n rovolver,
H Tho report ot tho stato board ot
H pharmacy shows that during tho past
M year tho board has examined sixty-
H eight nppllcnnts, of which number
H thirty wero registered, thirteen wore
B registered as assistants and twenty-
H five failed entirely.
M Senator Hurrows, chairman of tho
H commltteo on privileges and elections,
H says thnt ho will call up tho case of
H Senator Smoot ot Utah at tho first
H opportunity. Ho added that ho hopod
H to get a vote very soon, and If possl
IH bio to do so beforo tho holiday recess
H Alleging that he was allowed to at-
H tempt to kill himself, nnd that ho cut
H his own throat with n razor, George
H W. Morehouso filed a suit In tho dls-
H trlct court at Salt Lako last week
H against tho Keelcy Instltuto company
H for dainnses in tho sum of $lf8vX
n OF WATER
ENGULFS TOWN
1
Clifton, Arizona, Visited by a
Flood and Many Lives
Reported Lost
Frame Buildings in Which People
Were Living Were Destroyed by
the Raging Waters and Help
less Woman and Children
are Drowned.
Illsbeo, Ariz. Ono of the worst
floods In tho history of Clifton, Ariz.,
camo down the San Francisco rlvur
and Chaso creek Tuesday night. Tho
principal business suction ot tho town
was almost completely ruined. From
seven to twenty persons Is the report
of tho loss of life. Then nnmo of only
ono victim, however, Iioh been ob
tained, Mrs. Joseph Throm, who with
her husband nnd children was caught
In a falling building and killed. Tho
other membors of thu fnmlly had nar
row escapes. Ono of the saloons which
wns washed away carried Boveral men
Into tho torrent nnd all are believed
to have drowned. A women nud a
child were lost In a small restaurant
which was dashed to pieces In tho
flood. A number of smnll frame build
ings In which people wero known to
bo living nlso were destroyed and It
Is feared that a number ot famlles
perished.
PRESIDENT'S VIEWS.
Members of Both Houses of Congress
Listen to Annual Message.
Washington. President Iloosovelt's
annunl messago to congress occupied
tho attention of tho senate for two
and onohnlf hours Tuesday, to tho ex
clusion of nearly all other business.
The oxccptlon to this wns tho Intro
duction of n resolution on the Japan
ese situation by Sonntor Ilayner of
Maryland and tho ndoptlon of appro
priate resolutions regarding thoso
members of tho houso of representa
tives who havo died since tho Inst
session.
Tho reading of tho president's mes
sago consumed two hours nnd twenty
flvo minutes In tho house, and was fol
lowed closely by a large numbor of
members, whllo tho crowded gallorlcs
gavo closo consideration.
,. While. Mo VHonljcjvWJJ.h.?.
secretary to tho president to appear
with tho messago, Speakor Cnnnor.
appointed Hobort O. Cousins, of Iowa,
chairman of tho committee on foreign
affairs to succcod tho Into Robert 1L
Hltt, ot Illinois. Ho also appointed
Roprcsontntlvo Frank O. Ixjwdon to a
placo on tho some committee to fill
tho varancy caused by the death of
Mr. Hltt.
Condition of Army Is Good.
Washington. In his annual report,
mndo public Tuesday, Ilrlgadlor (lener
al Thomas II. Harry, acting chief of
staff, calls to mind tho fact that the
government Ib without wntor trans
portation facilities In cases of emer
gency In tho movement ot troops, He
cites the enso of army of pacification
In Cubn, and says that tho lack nt
such transportation facilities was
severely felt. "Had theiu been n
small llcut of transports In resorve on
the Atlantic coast tho movement could
havo been accomplished much
soonor."
Pralso Is given to the army as a
wholo for Its adaptability and re
ttoiircefiilticrs when dealing with novo)
and unprecedented conditions, (leu
oral Harry giving ns an Illustration
tho work of tho army during tho Han
Francisco earthquake, and Are.
8aved From the Scaffold.
Knnsas City. Austin Francis, n
switchman, found guilty of murder In
tho first degree at Kansas City In No
vember, KiOS, after a trial for tho mur
der of Winona Newton, his sweet
heon nged 16 yearH, was freed by
tho supremo court of Missouri, which
roversed tho verdict of tho trlnl court,
Frauclri Is 21 years old. Thu girl's
body weighted down with heavy
stono, wns found In n dry cruok upon
tho southern outskirts of tho city.
Francis wns accused of forcing her to
drink poison.
Would Eliminate Sunday.
Guthrie, Oklahoma.- Hy far tho
most sensational featuro of tho pres
ent coustltiilonnl convention, was tho
resolution presented by an Oklahoma
dolegato on Tuesday calling on the
convention to draft n law maintaining
tho Individuality of tho church and
state. Tho original resolution was 11
practical embodiment ot u similar
memorial from tho Seventh Day Ad
ventlsts. Tho latter Is signed by
MOO voters and nsks that no reference
bo mndo In the constitution to any
day bo set asldo for public worship.
Found Corpse In His Net.
Burokn, Ca!. Whllo pulling In n
drug net. J. A. Iaurenaon, u fisher
man, was horrified to find the corpse
of a man In tho net. It proved to bo
that of Thad O'ltnurku, a brakeman
on tho Oregon &. Kureka railroad,
who disappeared two weeks ago last!
Sunday. On that day ho was seen
drinking with some friends. Ho wan
dored uway from thorn nnd was not
seen again, Ho had Just drawn bis
monthly pay and tho fact that he had
only it cents In his pocket, lends
color to munler theory
"I
TAFT UPHOLDS PRESIDENT
IN DI3CHARGE0FSQLDIERS
Secretary of War Thinks Roosevelt
Did Proper Thing In Dismissing
From Service Battalion of
Negro Soldiers.
Washington An extract from the
annual leporl of Secretary of War
Tafl relating to tho Ilrownsvlllo, Tux.,
outrage by negio soldiers, was made
public on Wednesday. Secretary Tnft
recites the erlnie of tho Holdk'rs, ns
alread) described In news dispatches;
tho failure of the war department to
obtain the names of the offenders and
the dlsclmige of the battnllon. Sec
retary Tnft Junllfles the discharge,
salng.
"It may be that In tho battalion aro
a number of men wholly InnoB-nt,
who know neither who the gulltynen
aro, nor any rlrcumstancus which
will aid In their detection, though
thlH cannot be true of many. Uecauso
there tuny he Innocent men In thu bat
talion, must the government continue
to U'o It to glial d communities of men,
women and children when u contains
so dangerous 1111 element Impossible ot
detection? Certulnly not. iTho qnly
means of ridding the mllltaty servlco
of a baud of would-be mtmicrerg of
women nnd children, and nittunl mur
derers of one mail. Is the ulschrrrge
of the entire battalion,"
CIVIL SERVICE REPOffik.
Participation In Politics OoeaL I
in the Olden DaysK
Washington.- Tho annual H
the United States servH
mission Issued Wednesday HnH
there Is still loo great 11 dlsirasltKjn
tho part of persons In the ctaBfled
service to puitlclp.ile actively Impoli
tic, In spite of the executive BdoVs
lsiied fro mtime to time. ThcKentl
inent In fuwir of the merit syslin Is
steadily glowing, the, comilsslou
says, not only In congress, bil nlo
among the states, four of whlcl have
adopted civil service laws. I
The commission held durlnl the
J ear fSU examinations nud a tlnl of
122,031 persons passed nud II, 8 were
appointed, n decrease of 2?,r9A)xum
Inud and l.lSt appointed Ffotl-40 to
CO per cent of tho highest cllgllo de
clined apiKilutiiient on nrrnuiillif the.
low snlnrles offered by tho govern
ment. A 4
8HEREMETIEFF OET8 Ss.
Cruel Russian Police InspBshat
Down by WorkmL
. ,.at...m"Uttr'zJi!liSt,
SheremellelT, who after tnHH
lull outbreak nt lllalyxlok l
for which ho was to huH
bio, wns transferred to St. UBH
was shot and mortally wodB,y
workman Wednesday morsHiean
tho Fniitnukn canal. WhlleHR In
spector wns passing s houHrWli
was searched Tuesday onr sus
picion that terrorists Mere hnlbored
there, a man who was lurking In tho
court yard entinnce fired at I1I1I with
n revolver Though wounded In ths
hend, Hhcremeileff drew his nlvolver
I and Jollied In the pursuit of to ter
rorist, who fired nguln, family wound
lng Sheremetleff.
Denies Opposition to Governor.
Albuquerque. N. M. Major Mew.
ellyn, district attorney for Now Mex
ico, mentioned In recent dispatches
sent out fiom Santa Pn as a partici
pant In eei lulu charges against Oov
trnor llnggeimaii, which, It Is itllaj.
have been filed with President HHj
I veil, llutl) denies till knnwIedgH
I tho charge In 11. statement glven
I Weduesda). "I have madn no cluJH
1 ngnliiHt Governor Haggerman," 1
I Major l.lewell)ii. "nud I know nBVri
ono who has."
Teller and Cash Are Mining.
Kansas City -William ' Anderson,
collecilou leller of the First National
bank of Hits eliy. Is iiilslug, and IC.
F. Hwiiini'). iln president, admitted
Wcduesdii) iiiorulug thnt ho wns short
$J.ono In his iii'i-oiiutf. Mr. Anderson,
who hi. I been In the employ of iho
bank foi nlueleeii jeurs, left the city
on .Mondu) lust, supposedly mi a
I hunting dip. It hrn, developed Hint
he had abstracted $!),nou from ihu
bank's fiimlh. inking the money In
three lols during the past week
Slight Earthquake Csutei Parilc.
Kliigsion. UI.1111I of St. Vineeni.-A
prolougeil iMrlhquake- whs felt hero
Weduesda) night. It lasted fully
eight seconds. The vlhrntlon wero
slow. The people of Kingston wero
thrown lino u p.mle. Tho Island of
llnrb,idi's. about I no tulles to tho
east, and Hie Island of St. I.ueln, about
2C0 miles to the northwest, ulso felt
the shiH'k It was most severe ut St.
I.ueln. Thoie has been a eontlnimtlon
of earthquake shooks here ut Irregu
lar Intervals of varying hoveiity since
last IVbriiur).
Stock Sharper Sent to Prison,
Toledo, O.On a pleu of guilty to
the rhargu of using the United States
malls to promote, it scheme to de
fraud, Chailes Whitney Norton was
sentenced to the Ohio pcnltentlaiy for
eighteen mouths and to pay u tlno of
$100 by Judge Tajlor In tho district
court on Wednesday. Norton wis in
dicted by tho present grand Juryl Ho
huil operuted In urlous parts cr the
country. His specialty wan mining
stocks. He turned the proceeds ot
sales of patron' stock to his I own
use. I
I
1
(Cop) right, 1S98, 190, fcy a 11. Ciockctt.)
CHAPTER XV.
The Face That Looked Into Joan's.
Tho chamber to which tho Duchess
Joan wns conducted by her hostess
had evidently been carefully prepar
ed for her reception. It was a Inrge,
low room, with a vaulted roof of carv
en wood. Tho work was of great
merit nnd evidently old. A tnblo with
a llttlo prle-Dleu stood in tho corner,
screened by a curtain which ran on
a brazen rod. A ltoman Hrovlary lay
on n velvet-covered tablo beforo tho
crucifix. Joan lifted It up and her
eyes fell on tho words: "Hy a woman
ho overcame. My a woman ho wns
overcome. A woman was onco his
wenpon. A woman Is now becomo tho
Instrument of his defeat. Ho flndeth
thnt tho weak vessel cannot be
broken."
"Nor shall It!" said Joan, looking
at tho cross beforo her, "by the
strength of Mary the Mother, tho wenk
vessel shall not ho broken!"
As she stooped to blow out the last
candle, a motto on the stem cnught
her eye. Joan took tho candle out of
Its socket nnd road the Inscription
word by word
"Da pacem, Domino, In dlcbus nos
trls." It was her own scroll, the motto of
tho reigning dukes of Hohenstoln n
trango one, doubtless, to bo that of
a fighting race, but, nevertheless, her
father's and her own.
L Whnt did her father's motto, tho
evlcu of her house, upon this Haltlc
stand, fur from tho highlands of
PKornsbug? Mud these wastes onco
bolonged to men of her race? And
this woman, who so regally played tho
mistress of this strungo hermitage,
who was she?
And ns Joan of Hohenstoln blew out
the candle sho mused In her heart
concerning these things.
Tho Duchess Jonn slept soundly, her
dark, boyish head pillowed on tho
full rounded curves of nn nrm thrown
behind her. On-the llttlo velvet
covered tnblo Uesldo tho bed wero her
bolt and Its dependent sword, n faith
ful compaulon In Its shenth of plain
black leather. Under her pillow, nnd
within instant reach of her right hand,
was her father's dagger.
in their chamber In tho wing which
looks toward tho north tho three cap
tains Iny wrapped In their mantles,
Jorlan and Ilorls answering each other
nasally, In nlternato trumpet blasts,
llko Alp calling to Alp. Werner von
rjflAuSjonocould rot sleep, and
1 I I I 1I1 III I fcleReir hTir
Isy companions In the ribs till ho
Vas weary of the task, ho roso and
Bent to tho window to enst open tho
attlco. Tho air within felt thick and
lliot. As Werner sot his fnco to tho
opening quick (lashes of summer light
ning flamed alternately whlto nnd lilac
across tho horizon, and ho felt the
spit of hailstones In his fnco, driving
lovel llko so many musket-balls when
tho Infantry fires by platoons.
Above. In tho vaulted chamber,
Joan turned over on her bed, murmur
ing uneasily In her sleep. A whlto
fnco, which for a quarter of an hour
had boon bent down to her dnrk head
ob It lay on the pillow, was suddenly
retracted Into tho darkness nt the
girl's slight movement.
Again, apparently reassured, the
shadowy vlsngo approached ns tho
young duchess Iny without further
motion. Suddenly, nnd for no appar
ent reason, Joan's ecs opened, nnd
who found herself looking with be.
vtldcrmont Into a face that bent
Blown upon her, n white fnco which
'somehow seemed to hung suspended
A white face which somehow seemed
to hang suspended In the dark above
her.
In the dark nbove her Tlio features
wero lit up by tho pulsing lightning
which shor.e In the wild eyes and glit
tered on a knlfehlndn about tho ban
dlo of which were clenched tho tense
fingers of n hand equally detachel.
In a moment Jonn's right hand had
grasped tho dagger under her pillow
Her left shooting upward, closed on
tho nrm which held the threatening
steel. Almost without rising from her
bed she projected herself upon her
enemy, nud the felt her lingers sink
dcop In tho soft curves of a woman's
throat.
Then a shriek, long nnd terrible.
Inhuman and threatening, rang
through tho house. As Joan overbore
her assailant upon the floor, the door
opened, nnd glanrlng upward vho taw
(ho Wordless Man stand on tho
threshold, a candle In one hand nnd
a linked sword In the other.
Tho terrible cry which had rung In
her ears had been his. At Bight of
him Jonn unclasped her fingers from
tho throat of the woman wbo had
-'jcen her hostess nnd roso slowly to
her feet. Tho old man rushed for
ward and knelt beside the prostrate
body of bis mistress.
At tho same moment there came
tho sound of quick footsteps running
up tho stairway. Tho door flew open
and Werner von uncta mirst In, also
sword In hand.
"What Is tho meaning of this." ho
shouted. "Who bns dared to harm
my lady?"
"Go down nnd bring n cup of wine!"
commanded Jonn as soon as he ap
peared. And Werner von Orseln de
parted without a word to do her bid
ding. Meanwhile the Wordless Mnn had
raised his mistress up from tho
ground. "Carry your mistress to that
couch!" said the young duchess, point
ing to the tumbled bed from which n
few minutes beforo she had so hastily
launched herself.
Whilst ho was thus engaged Wer
ner camo In quickly with a silver cup
In his hand.
Jonn took it Instantly and going for
ward she put It to the lips of the wom
an on the bed.
Putting out her hnnds tho woman
took tho cup nnd drank It slowly,
pausing between the draughts to draw
long breaths.
"I must havo strength," bIio said.
"I havo much to say. Then, Joan of
Hohrnsteln, thou shall Judge between
theo nnd me!"
Tho color enmo slowly bnrk to tho
woman's pale fnce, and, nftcr n little,
sho raised herself on tho pillows.
Jonn stood motionless nnd uncompro
mising by the great Iron dogs of tho
chimney.
"You are waiting for mo to speak,
nnd I will spenk. You havo a double
right to know nil. Shall It bo told to
yourself alone, or In tho presenco of
this mnn?"
Sho looked nt Von Orseln ns sho
spoke.
"I havo no secrets In ray life," said
Joan, "thero Is nothing that I would
hldo from him. 8nvo ono thing!" She
added the last words In her heart.
Thero was nn Interval of sllcnco
In Iho room, filled tip by tho hoarse,
persistent booming of tho storm with
out nnd tho shuddering shocks of the
wind on tho lonely house. Then tho
.ivotnnn spoko agnln In a low, dlstlket'
voice.
"8lnco It is your right to know By j
name, I nm Theresn von I.ynnr vlio
havo nlso a right to call myself l
Hohenstoln' nnd your dead fathojs
widow!" J
In an Instnnt the rcscrvo of Joan's
sternly equal mind wns broken up,
She dropped her sword clnttorlng on
tho Jloor nnd started angrily toward
the bed. (
"It Is n-llo most foul," sho cried.'
"my father lived unwed for mnny '
years nay, ever sltico my mother's I
I dentil, who died In giving me life, ho
never so much ns looked on woman. I
1 It Is a thing well known In tho
Duchy!" (
Tho woman did not answer directly.
"Max Ulrlch. bring the sliver cas-!
kot." sho snld. tnklng from her neck
j n llttlo silver key.
Tho Wordless Mnn, seeing her!
1 action, camo forward nnd took the key. I
' Ho went out of tho room, nnd after
an Interval which seemed Interminable
he returned with n peculiarly shaped
casket. Tho woman touched n spring
with well practiced hand, nnd n mil
of pnrchmt'nt fell upon the bed. With
n Ktrnngo smlln she gave It to Joan,
beckoning her with nn upward nod tri
nppronch.
Jonn took tho crackling parchment.
It had threo seals nttnehed to It nnd
ho first part was In her father's hnnd
writing. "I declnro bj these pn'sents that I j
linvi) married, according to the cus- I
touis of llohensteln nnd tho laws of '
iho wnplre. Theresa von I.ynnr. I
daughter of tho Count von I.ynnr of
Jutland. Hut this ninrrlngo shall not, 1
i any of Its occasions or consequents
affect the succession of my daughter
Jonimn to the Duchy of Hohonsteln
nnd the Principalities or Kernsbergnnd
Mnrlenfeld. To which wo subscribe
our names ns conjointly agreeing
hereto In tho presenco of Ills High
Kmlnence the Cardinal Adrlon, Arch
bishop of Cologne nnd Klcctor of the '
Holy ltoman Kmplro." ,
After her first shock of surprlso wns '
over Joan noted carefully tho dalo. It '
was 0110 year after her own birth, and
! therefore tho llko period after tho
death of her mother, the openly nc
l.uowidged Duchess of Hohenstoln.
I Joan folded this parchment and
, hnnlod It back. Then sho stood silent
wultlng for nn explanation.
The woman took up her parnblo
calmly, like one who has long compre
hended that such n crisis must ono
day arrive, and who knows her part
thoroughly
"I, who spenk to you. am Theresa
von I.ynar. Your father saw mo first
nt the coronation of our late sover
eign. Chrlstlun. King of Denmark.
And we loved one another. For many
jears at Castlo I.ynar. and also at
this place, culled tho Hermitage of
the Dunes. Henry of Kernsborg and I
dwelt In such happiness as mortals
seldom know. nut there camo a
spring when my brother, bolng, like
jour fsiher s hot and rlonate
-. 'I
mnn, quarreled with Duko Henry. I
threatening to go beforo tho Diet of
(he Kmplro If I wero not Immediately I
ncknowiensod duchess nnd my son
Maurice von I.ynar mado tho holr of I
Hohonsteln. Hut I, being true to my
oath nnd promise, left my brothel
and nbodo hero alono with my bus I
band when he could escape from his I
dukedom, living like a simple squire
nnd his dnmc. Then In nn evil day
I sent my son to my brother to train I
as his own son In nrms and the arts; I
of war. Hut he, being nt enmity with
my husband, mado ready to carry the
lad before the Diet of tho Empire,
that ho might be declared heir to his
father. Then In his anger. Henry the I
I.lon roso nud swept Castle Lynnr B
with fire and sword, leaving none .HsB
alive but this boy only, whom ho tH
meant to take home nnd trnln with his F
captains, Hut on the way home he
reeled In tho snddlo and passed ere I
ho could spenk a word, even tho name I
of those he loved. So the boy ro- I
malned n captive at Kcrnsberg, called I
by my brother's name, nnd knowing
even to this day nothing of his
father." I
Theresa von I.ynar snt up and fot I
a llttlo space rested her hands on her
lap as she went on.
"Then my son, whom, not knowing,
you hnd tnken pity upon and raised to
honor, nnd who Is now your faithful
"It's a lie most foul I" she cried.
servant, sent n secret messenger thnt
you would come to abldo secretly with
me till n certain dnrk day bad over
passed Kcrnsberg. And then thero
sprnng up In my heart a drcadfut
conceit that he loved you, knowing
young blood nnd hcnrlng tho famo ot
your beauty, and I was afraid for tho
greatness or tho sin thnt ono should
lovo his sister.
"I thought, being a womnnl, nlone,
and ono nlso who hnd given nil freely
up for lovo's snko, thnt ho would ccr
! talnly love you even ns I had loved
And a strango terrible anger and mad
I noss came over me, dnrkcnlng my
soul. For n moment I would have
slnln you. Hut I could not. because
you wero nsleep. And, even as you
stirred, I heard you spenk the name ol
n mnn, ns only ono who loves can
speak It. Tho nnmo was"
1 "Hold!" cried Joan of the Sword
1 Hand. "I bellovo you I forglvo you.'
"The name," continued ThcrcBa von
I.ynnr, "was not that of my son! And
now," sho continued, slowly rising
from tho couch to her height, "I nm
rendy. I bid you sloy mo for tho evil
deed my heart wns willing for a mo
t ment to do!"
Jonn looked nt her full In tho eyes
for tho space of n brenth. Then sud
denly sho held out her hnnd nnd
answered llko her father's daughter
"Nay," sho snld, "I only mnrvel that
you did not strike me to the heart,
becnuso of your son's loss nnd my
father's sin!"
(To bo continued.)
ONIONS CURE FOR RABIES.
I Victim Bit Into the Tearful Bulb and . J-.'
8lowly Recovered.
A resident nud business man of Now
Yor'; told mo yesterday: "In ono of
our growing western towns which I
( occasionally visit I knew n young mnn
who wns engaged to mnrry n beautiful
I girl He was suddenly selxed with an
1 Insano desire to Injure her. She called
I for her father nnd brother nnd tho,
Intter ran for the family physician,
I who. upon his arrival, ordered a glass
of water to bo brought. At sight or
, It tho young man frothed nt tho mouth,
exhibiting nil tho symptoms of rabies. J""
Ho was taken to the nttlc and fastened
with n chain around his body to a ring
In tho Door.
"Ono day. after many weary weeks
of watching, a favorable- change was
1 noticed. 'Mow do you feel?' nsked tho
doctor. 'Oh, I'm much better.' wnB
iho reply, 'hut you didn't cure me.
doctor. It wns thnt pllo of onions In
tho comer. See! Kvery time I felt
n crazy deslro to lilto nnyltody I would
bury my teeth In ono or tho onions nnd m - I
they have gradually drawn out all tho
poison. I nm entirely well.' Ujon r y
examination nn onion wns found which
hnd turned green with tho poison,
perhaps tho first ono bitten. Tho
physician frankly acknowledged that
tho onion had saved the patient's life."
A vcternn or tho civil war says: "A
soldier was stricken with smallpox
and unknown to tho physlclnns a
bunch of onions was hnnglng In his
tent. Wo expected him to dip. but he
suddenly got bettor nnd In a short time 1
wns entirely recovered. A few day8 I
aftor he got out tho onions wero taken E
down and they wero found to be - v i
mushy, which tho doctor said was y '
caused by their drawing tho smallpox '
out of the patient. As they wero
Inoculated with tho dlxeaso they wero
destroyed " Nnw York Press.

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