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THE RICHMOND PALLADIUM AND SUN-TELEGRAM. TUESDAY, DEC V, 1915
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Thm man recelred bis sentence
eieUr end travely, end bowed bis
heed in UtUe feature that looked
like an acceptance of the Justice of
hit doom. -
,1 feared as much. Emily.., ha said
gravely. "You bare a right"
The girl got. suddenly to her feet so
that she might face mm. on a certain
level of equality. "I'm going to be
married, Hubert to Michael Krelin
"I wish you all the luck In the world
Emily," said Knolys, and held out his
hand. It. was a. queer ending (o their
lore story -but there would - be - no
whimpering, no protestations, no re
proaches. - Thoroughbreds know bow
to answer to the lash. The girl could
not dismiss it quite as simple as the
man. though it was she who made
"I've no reproach to make you, Hu
bert, and I don't want you to reproach
me, or feel any bitterness." The man
turned away suddenly away from the
honest eyes that would never again
kindle .with love for him. "What we
gave was a free gift from both a free
gift and no regrets. Hubert, say you
forgive me. '
"There's nothing to forgive, Emily.
What we gave was a free gift We've
been good chums for a long time
end you've never allowed me to aive
you anything a man likes to do some
thing for tbe woman for wbom he
Hubert Exacts One
Premise from Her.
"That was our agreement, Hubert
A free gut and no regrets."
"Yes, but I want you to promise me
this. If you should ever get into a
blind 'alley, and need anything a
friend or money ...... if you
should need it without strings -t want
you to think of me. I'd like to feel
you'd do that much for the sake of
Auld Lang Syne."
The man's eyes were tender and
kind., Emily Madden knew that she
was getting a loyal friend. How loyal
she did not guess then.
"All right I promise." she said qui
etly and, held out . her hand. "Good'
bye.", ; -. s:r:
Knolys spoke very quietly as he
took her band In both of hie. "Krel
lln's a very lucky fellow." Emily
laughed uncertainly laughed because
that best masked her tears. "Ill call
you a cab," concluded Hubert In a
very matter of fact tone.
But Emily knew that she must get
away and quickly. "Never mind.
Don't come with me, Hubert. I'll run
right along," she cried. And so she
went out of Hubert Knolys' life, but
not forever. Nature objects to finish
ed stories. She forces us all to deal
over and over again with the recur
rent facts and factors of our early
Knolys stood looking after the girl
until the slam of the front door seem
ed to put a period to the Incident.
Then hie shoulder sagged disconsol
ately and he walked mechanically to
.the table where rested the envelope
Emily had brought to him. He stood
looking at It and thinking how fine
end brave and simple Emily. had been.
She had done the square thing by him
to the last. And then quite without
melodrama she had taken herself out
of his life.
, Suddenly his mood changed. A
startling idea arrested his attention.
He looked up as if the better to vision
his inspiration. A look of malicious
satisfaction distorted his face out of
Its well-bred tolerance. After a minute
he mastered himself, and swinging
back his shoulders with an air of abso
lute satisfaction be walked over to
the stairway and called very pleasant
ly: "Oh, Caroline! Caroline, I'd like
to see you for a moment."
Caroline Comes Down
at Hubert's Request.
"Are you alone?" Caroline's voice
came floating back.
sua pleasantly, tne nusband re
plied: "Yes, oh, yes."
"I'll be right down."
While he, waited Knolys paced the
room, letting confident anger master
him and more completely at every
step. When at last he heard the
swish of Caroline's approaching dra
peries he controlled his humor and
stood with bis bands behind him and
his whole poised, taut body express
ing exultant exasperation.
As Caroline came into the room she
stood triumphantly for all the social
amenities. Her spotless white gloves
expressed savoir faire, the angle of
her severe hat, with its floating veil,
bespoke smartness temperd to beauty,
her. dainty vanity case and bag of jew-
eued-set platinum Indicated eelfish
She brought with her an atmos
phere of impersonal breeding that
seemed like one fleck of blue in a
thunderous glowering sky. There was
almost insolence in the very air of
detachment with which she was pull
ing1 on one spotless glove.
"Rather an ordinary person, wasn't
she?" she asked lightly. "Did you set
"Or moment." said Hubert curtly,
his -v5i e in contrast to the extreme
.courtesy with which he drew forward
a chair for his wife.
"Susan is awaiting me for lunch
eon. I'm afraid I can't stop," replied
Mrs. Knolys, poised for instant depar
ture. "Very sorry," said Hubert decided
ly and in a tone that brooked no de-
fogg " " : wi .""ss
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Famous Beauty Tells
Hair Curling Secrets
j "I cannot too strongly conmn the
; use of the hot curling-iron," says Rita
Moya. "It means death to the hair
eventually. Moreover it is entirely
unnecessary. Tbe hair can be made
beautifully wavy and curly to any ex
tent and In any form desired,, merely
bj using a simple thing as pure sil
merlne. This perfectly harmless
liquid should be applied to the hair
with a clean tooth brush at night In
the morning you will find that a very
beautiful natural wave and curltness
has resulted, and the effect will last a
I considerable time.
"The liquid silmerine is very bene-
ficlal and is not sticky or greasy,
j Neither does it streak tbe hair or
I stain the scalp. You need not get
1 more than few ounces from your drug
gist. The best way is to divide the
front and back hair into from four to
six strands and to moisten each
strand thoroughly from root to tip."
; IS EXPECTED TO BUY
2 - COnGlMOBSOflY
Receiver Mount will recelva-blds -for
the sale of the M. ftumely company at
the. LaPorte ; office on Thursday.
There are no' reports,' sd far as known,
that there will be any bidder 'except
the proposed Advanee-Rumely' Co.- at
this sale. The "bid will be submitted
by a representative of the re-organlta-tlon
committee in New York, and it is
likely, that several from that city .will
atytendthe sale, Hx, Mount j expects.
Attorney - Edward Daniels, of -the In
dianapolis firm of Baker, ft Daniels to
come to LaPorte and rush, his report
Of the Bale to the court of Judge An
derson. " This firm- of attorneys repre
sents the Rumely receiver. - -
The price tbat will be paid for tbe
company's assets, of course, is rather
immaterial, inasmuch as practically
alt of the men who now own the com
pany's assets are represented in the
Advance-Rumely. Only about two per
cent of the creditors, who are. In -Europe'
and .cannot .be found, have, failed
to take stock in. the new coucern for
their cialrs upon the Rumely Co.
, . , Big Claima Entered .
: One big item in connection with the
reorganisation, jof .the company is the
fact: that about- a' mllltott dollars is
now represented: in; the claima of deal
era for commissions on goods sold for
the company- u is presumed that the
hew ,, owners of . the . Rumely .company
will automatically assume these claims
and pay them. The capital of the
Advance-Rumely Co. is to be $26,250,
Why You Should Use Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. -Because
it has an established repu
tation won by its good works.
- Because it is most esteemed by
those who have used it for many years
. as occasion required; and are best ac
quainted with its good qualities.
.Because It loosens and : relieves a
cold and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition.
i Because it does not contain opium
j or any other narcotic.
1 Because it" is within the reach of all
It only costs a-quarter. Obtainable ev
erywhere. Adv. " -
'I wish you all the luck in the world, Emily," said Hubert.
nial, "I shall have to have a few mo
ments of your time."
"Oh!" The insolence in Caroline's
light tone was studied now. Lightly,
and one at a time, she dropped her
gloves Lnd platinum fripperies on t'ae
table. Lightly, and with the pouting
sweetness of a spoiled child, she drop
ped her own swaying body to poise on
the edge of the chair Hubert had set
for her and then presently she in
quired, .'Well?" 3
"Very sorry, but I'm afraid I'll need
some of your time this afternoon,"
said Hubert, taking his stand before
her. - .
The Scene Threatened
to End in a Row
"The Customs Office," replied the
man, distinctly and quickly.
"Oh, no; you ventured to . criticize
me you asked me to leave It to you
I do. I leave it entirely to you"
"You do not! " . thundered Knolys,
losing all control of himself. "There
is about six thousand dollars duty for
you to pay!"
"I? Perfectly ridiculous! I settled it.
Of course if you"
"You settled it, eh?" broke in Hu
The discussion between the well
bred Knolyses seemed about to de
generate into a very vulgar scene. But
suddenly Caroline assumed a tone of
polite sarcasm fully calculated to
madden and exasperate her husband.
"If you were fool enough to let that
woman"- . ' .
But now Hubert contrived " also to.
make hs tone smilingly pleasant that
the poison of his next words might be
all the more insidious. "If 'that wom
an' treated you as you deserve"
"I think I treated her very well,"
laughed Caroline, basking in the mem
ory of the two hundred dollar bribe
given and accepted.
"It was only out of consideration for
me that she"
"Oh, for you!" sneered Caroline.
"Yes, for me. If 'that woman didn't
happen to be a friend of mine you
might be publicly disgraced by now
and so might I by having the woman
who bears my name in the Tombs
where she belongs."
Hubert Calls the
Turn on His Wife.
"A friend of yours," laughed Caro
line, with a mixture .of denseness and
indifference calculated to a nicety.
"Well, really, Hubert, I must say you
have strange v friends a woman who
would use her friendship to extort
from you" -
Caroline's manner was as virtuous
as a copybook maxim, and her tone
was the one the Sunday school para
gon employs for the benefit of the
superintendent. Never before had she
found Hubert so easy to bait. Really
this -was- - too delicious!:" - - . -,
In the midst of bis rage Hubert had
a gratifying vision of how Caroline's
pride' and indifference must crumple
before actualy knowledge. -
"Listen - to me!" he cried, holding
his emotions in leash that they might
presently - leap to full expression.
"Your trunks are in the hands of the
appraisers. You've been caught in a
ridiculous He, and she"
j (To Bo Continued.)
IF HAIR IS TURNING
GRAY, USE SAGE TEA
Don't Look Old! Try Grandmothers'
Recipe to Darken and Beautify
Faded, Lifeless Hair.
That beautiful, even shade o dark,
glossy hair can only be had by brewing
a mixture of Sage Tea and Sulphur.
Your hair is your charm. It makes or
mars the face. When it fades, turns
gray, streaked and looks dry, wispy
and , scraggly, just ah application: or
two of. Sage and ; BUlphur enhance? Its
appearance a hundredfold. ?
; Don't bother to prepare the tonic;
you can get from any1 drug store a 50
cent bottle of "Wythe's Sage and Suit
pnur compound, ready to use.. This
can always be depended upon to bring
back the natural color, thickness and
lustre of your hair and remove dand
ruff, stop scalp itching and falling hair:
Everybody uses Wyeth s Sage and
Sulphur because it darkens so natur
ally and evenly that nobody can tell It
has been applied. You simply dampen
a songe or soft brush with it and draw
this through the hair, taking one small
strand at a time ; by morning the gray
hair has disappeared, and after another
application it becomes beautifully dark
and appears glossy, lustrous and abun
dant. Adv. -
nearly everybody has
No matter how sound your
teeth may seem to be, no matter
how you may scoff at the idea of
your having this disease, it is a
positive fact that the germ which
causes it is working now in your
The appalling discovery of this
fact that the germ which causes
pyorrhea is one which inhabits
every human mouth was made
over a year ago. Since then dent-,
ista have been urging everyone to
take special precautions ink their
daily toilet to prevent this disease
from developing m its acute'
form of bleeding gums, ten
derness in chewing and loose
To meet the need for such
a daily treatment and to en
able everyone to take the
against this disease, a prom
inent dentist has put his
own prescription Dcrore uie SmplmtUa
public in the convenient form of
Senreco Tooth Paste. "
- Senreco contains the best cor-:
rective and preventive for pyor
rhea known to dental ; science.
Used dairy ityill successfully prbs. :r. !
tect your teeth from this disease;"
Senreco also contains the best
harmless" agent for keeping -the .
teeth clean and white. It has a
refreshing flavor and : leaves . s
wholesomely clean, cool and plena-
ant tastein the mouthy - -
. Start the Senreco '. treatment ,
tonight full details in the folder
? wraDDed around evervtuhe. V:
Syniptoms described.- i A
25c two oz. tube is sufficient ' ;'
, for six or eight weeks of the 4
pyorrhea treatment. : Get :
Senreco at your druggists -today,
or send '4c in stamps -or
coin for sample tube and
folder. Address The Sen
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ARCADE. 1 !
Mrs. fiske is once again to be seed
in her famous role of "Becky Sharps,"
in the recently completed Edison mas
terpiece, "Vanity .Fair . released
through the Klelne-Edison feature ser
vice and booked as . the stellar attrac
tion at the Arcade theatre on Wednes
day. Mrs Fiske played the role
throughout the country precisely one
thousand times. Her one thousand" and
first portrayal has been registered by
the motion picture camera, thus pre
serving - one-- of the : most Interesting
stage figure :.that the theatre of
America has. known. : -, -
In the. Kingdom of Nosey Land a
large nose is the . sign of high bir(h.
At the time our story opens there is
no heir to the throne in sight and the
hunchback dwarf covets the vacant
place to which he seems entitled by
the tremendous size of his nose. In
fact, the dwarf's chances seem so good
that he and bis father step into the
throne room and try on the crown.
B. F. Wissler of Cambridge City,
chairman ot tbe Wayne county centen
nial committee, heard plans outlined
for pageants at the meeting of county
chairmen In Indianapolis Friday and
Saturday. The committee considered
having medals modeled after the work
of some famous Indiana sculptor to
present in connection with the page
ants. A number of committees were
appointed. A delegation of which T.
A. Mott of Seymour, formerly super
intendent of the Richmond schools. Is
a member. - will - appear before the
state board of education and ask for
the incorporation ot more Indiana his
tory in text books used m the schools.
And Bowel Trouble
Twenty-five Cents Worth Is Plenty;
. Try HI Take Harmless. Soothing ..
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Then no mora stinging rheumatic
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dissolves out irritating rheumatic
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Don't stay "knocked out" any
longer. Get this crick relief today.
25c at Clem Thistlethwaite's. or sam
ple direct from H. B. Denton A Co,
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