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I HE SUUTH BLIND INfcWb-1 IMEa TH EIR MARRIED LIFE By MABEL HERBERT URNER HIXi;.V IS STI NMII) WIIK.V W.MIHKN AXXOl'XCHS THAT 111Z i ;oi.; to iwius aix)m:. The moment Warren entered, Helen knew by the set lines of hl.s mouth that something unusual had happened. There were .vomo thing.s that pa.t fxpcric-r.cn rould never tf-ach Hflen. and ono of them wa.- not to purr over Warren ;t Mich times. When he came hem" with that nrhri expression, the knew that he always wanted to he let Ftrictb alone, ytt she could never resist fluttering alout him with anxi ous questions. "Iear, what h it? Has an thins? happened? You look so tired and worried." "Oh. for heaven's sake let. me ftlone," ns he shook her off and went in to wash up for dinner. All through dinner H Hen's anxious solicitude only irritated him more. It was not until they left the tahlej that ho announced with prim defiant: "Well, I found out today that I'll havo to ko to Paris on the Living ston ca.se." "To Paris:" "Tho Kaij-er Wilhelm Mils Tues day," he went on, coldly ignoring her astonishment. "Looks now as though I'd have to go on that." "Hut Warren, T I Why I didn't know you wero thinking of going to Paris! You never even mentioned it." "Took mighty good cam not to. You always stew over things, so that I never tell you anything until I have to." A Shook. "Rut Taris! Paris:" Helen gazed up with widening eyes, for it was Just dawning on her what a trip to Paris would mean. "Oh, dear, T'll be such a wonderful trip! And I've always wanted to go thero more than any whero els in the world. But Tues day do you think wo can get ready hy Tuesday?" "I can. You're not going," l.rutally. "Sot going!" It was hardly more than a whisper. "Now for heaven's sake don't try to lie tragic. No. you're not going and that settles it! Now we'll not have any scenes, cither. I'm going on a business trip, a hurried one, too. and there's no earthly sense in dragging you along." Helen sat as though stunned. Then realizing that her very silence v.ns ir ritating him, she asked mechanically: "How long will you be gone?" "Can't tell. Maybe not more than six weeks, possibly three months." "Three months!" "Oh, cut the stage business. Every thing I sjy you rooat with a tragic gasp. "Paris! NC't going! Three months!' " rapping out the words in exaggerated mimicry. "Great heav ens, can't a man ever go on a business trip without his wife? And if I took yon what would you do after you get thero? You can't speak French and I'll have no time to bother with you. Think I'm going to pay three or four hundred extra for your passage just have you sitting over there in a hotel? Well I guess not. Now drop it I've got to work." And Warren got out a bundle of papers he had brought from the olTlce nd settled himself at the desk HHen was blindly through her work basket. ort of way sho wound up fhrust Fcattered pins and the tiny strawberry cushion. A I "ore boding. Her glanco fell on her engagement ring finger now so pathetically bare. Had th loss of her ring been a fore boding of this? Suddenly she drop ped thn work basket and rushed Into her room, lest "Warren should see her tears. On tho bed she buried her face In tho pillow so the sound of her sob bing would not reach him. Thero had been hardly an hour in the last week sho had lost her ring that she had not looked for it some where, and always with that slok feeling of dread that if she did not fmd It, It would in some way mean some estrangement between Warren and her. And now now ho was going to Paris for three months! She tried to think of what the days and nights would he without him. The whole world had grown suddenly black. Then she heard Warren's vclce call ing her. Fhe started up. hastily brushing away the tears. "Whero did you put that long en velope of papers T brought home last night?" he shouted impatiently. "Why, isn't it in the desk drawer there? Wait, I'll come and get it." hurriedly fluffing the powder puff over her f.xco to hide the tear stains. Put when she had found the en velope, ho glanced at her sharply. "What's the matter with you? Sup pose wo- don't have anything but tears tnd hvsteries until T leave, hey?" "Warren, that isn't fair! I haven't aid one word. I haven't begged you to take nor made a single complaint." "P.ecause you know too darn well it wouldn't do any good. Put you'll be going around here with a long, woe begone face. tad. you love to pose as n martyr. I'll bo niiuhtv lad to get off I can tell you that." Sleepless Moment. Warren worked over his papers un til after 11, and when he finally went to bee!. Helen was already there. Her face was turned to the wall and her eyes were ch-sed. In a few moments he was asleep. Put Helen, with the ache in her throat and her heart, lay there staring at the wall, wbirh re flected In wavering shadows the dim light from the street. At length she could stand it no longer. Quietly she slipped out of bed and into the front room. She sank into a low chair by the open window and gazed out into the night. It was warn and sultrv. and the faint lingering In a dazed spools and needles in WHY IT SUCCEEDS Hcvauo It's lr One Thins Or.l. and South Heiul lVopIo Appreciate ThK Nothing can be cucJ for everything. Doing one thing wll brings suo ce?. Doan's Kidney Pills are for one thing only. For weak or disordered kidneys. Here is South P.end evidence to proe their worth. Mrs. A. Perkheisor. 1207 S. Michi gan st.. South IUnd. says: "I and oth ers of my family have used 1 bun's Kidney Pills with hue result.. One of my family suffered for mar.y years from kidney trouble and weakness :nTi's his back and the p.iins through Ids kidneys Were severe. He saw Doan's Kidn-y Pills advertied and bean u?ing them. They relieved his suffering." Price .". at all dealer. In't simply ask ir : knlrn y remedy u-t Doan's Ktdn y pill. the same that Mrs. lit rkhf i..-r had. Ptcr-MilLurn Co., Pro;'., Uuffalo, N. y. breeze hardly stirred the thin cur tains. There was no moon, and only a few stars shone in the dark, cloudy ky. Often Helen had found peace in the soothing stillness of tho night, but now her thoughts were too tumultu ous and tho ache in her heart too acute. She had lost her engagement ring and now Warren was leaving her to go abroad. The iear that he was growing farther from her, which was always in the background of Helen's thought, was stronger than ever. And what had she to hold him? Her very love seemed to irritate him. Her need of him, her clinging weak ness, her dependence, her dread of being left alone- all these things served only to estrange him. In her heart she had always felt that the type of woman that could have best held Warren, would have been the fearless, the independent, the indiffer ent type. Often se had tried to assume these traits. She had tried to up pear cold and indifferent but she could never keep it up for long. And Warren always saw through this pathetic little ruse. After all she could only be her self. Towards dawn the air grew chilly and damp, but still she sat there. Suddenly there was the creaking .sound of a step, then the bedroom door opened and Warren came out "Hello, what'ro you doing here?" A Pathetic Sight. "Nothing, dear," starting up. "I I just couldn't sleep." He touched the button by the door and switched on the light. Perhaps there was something in her white drawn face as she shrank blinking from the sudden glare that touched him. he said with unaccustomed gen tleness: "You'd better come back to bed you'll catch cold." He felt her arm through her thin nightgown. "Why you're chilled through! How long have you been out here? What's this your sleeve's all wet!" She tried to draw away, but he held her. "You've been sitting there crving half the night that it?" The words were sharp, but the voice was. for Warren, strangely gentle. "So that's the way you act when you think I'm going away for a few weeks. Well you are a little fo-i! Now none of that!" Helen had turned suddenly and hid her face in his shoulder, her slender body quivering with soundless sobs. He switched out the light again, and for a moment stood awkwardly smoothing her hair. "Now. that'll do. You've cried enough for one night. Come on back to bed and get some sleep or you'll be sick then you can't go at all." Through a tllm of tears. Helen looked up Only tho light from the street lit the room, but he could see her eager, quivering wistfulness, and for once it did not irritate him. "All right. Kitten. I guess we can fix it for you to go. Now come on to bod and don't think any more about it." "Hut, dear the expense!" faltered Helen, who, womanlike, now that she had her heart's desire, felt that per haps she could put it from her. "You know I don't want to make it hard for you maybe I shouldn't go after all." "Now you leave the expense to me. I'll see to that. nd if it'll make you feel easier, you may as well know you wero scheduled to go all along. Put a lot of things went wrong at the otlico today, and I felt a hit -bearish that's all. Now come on to bed or we'll both have double pneumonia." GARY WILL OPPOSE HIGH HERE SATURDAY Ligonier fiamo is Cancelled as Lake Town Tram Appears the Stronger. Gary will be the eleven to bittle the local high school footballers at Spring brook park Saturday afternoon. It was originally planned to play JLlgon ier but Coach Metzler got in touch with the (Jary authorities and secured that team, cancelling the I,igonier game, Reports have drifted into the locals' camp that tho (Jary team is much heavier and faster than the Lig onier men and for that reason was booked by Coach Met2ler. They should put up a hard battle. Several regulars were missing from the first squad during the scrimmage last night, owing to injuries, but they are expecltd to be th condition before Saturday. Poth the first and second squads were sent through a fast drill last night. Metzlct has taught the regulars some new plays which proba bly will be tried on tho Gary team. They were used with telling effect on tho scrubs during the scrimmage. Several times, however, the second backtield solved the plav and stopped it. BR0WNS0N TEAM TO MEET CULVER SQUAD Two IK-al Hoys, Mrlneniy ami Wolf, Will Hob! Down ,1bs on X. 1). i:leen. The Prownson hall football team of Notre Dame will open its season next Saturday, when "Mike" McGrath's lads will play Culver Military acade my at Culver. Two South Pend boys. Mclnerny and Wolf will appear in ihe Prownson lineup. Mclnerny will be at one of th tackle positions, while Wolf will start the game at left half. Capt. McGrath will be at a tackle position when the whistle blows, while Kline and Morales will be on ends, Jones and Murphy will start at the guards and Callahan will play center. Matthews or Manager "Louie" Kritch will start the game at quarterback and P. Kydzewskl will be at full back. "Larry" Iajoie. end or. the champion ship St. Joe hall team in 1112. will bein the game at ritmt half back. A i. umber of other candidates will be iven a chance in the lineup during the game. WANT CiAMl-:. The Szabos had a hard battle with the Shamrocks Sunday and would like to meet the Shamrocks again, or th Mu s.-els, Thors, Stronghearts and Pudweisers. Tor games call P. S. Iangel. Home phono 600?. around 1 and or write 401 W. South et. 1 1 lie The Men Who Pu Fun Into Y our Daily Life "7iTITS well sharpened and minds in good humor. The man who has these generally knows what he is talkinp- about. Read the testimoni- T. A. DORCAN (TAD) 1 ' 1 I T "Tuxedo can't be cquaiM in als on this page. Here are some or soothing, refreshing qualities. Its , 1 mildness insures a pleasant smoke the greatest cartoonists in the coun- ;Xn'flcAanc!0 try. They, all smoke and endorse 1 Jill R. L. 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