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O N S I O N low angry tones—"that is all I care about and, without another word or look, she turned to the open window And disappeared, leaving Falkland with .ruffled brows and lips set in angry determination gazing drearily into va cancy. CHAPTER X. It was certainly true. Miss Luttrell had not been mistaken in declaring that the forged check was not one of those which she had lost some months before and a careful investigation quickly revealed the fact that the check in question had been dexterous ly extracted from the book in such a manner as to leave no blank coun terfoil to raise the suspicions of its owner. "It is clear that the forgery has been effected quite recently, and, no doubt, during our stay here," declar ed Lady Howard, looking towards Eve lyn and Mr. Falkland for confirma tion of her words, the latter having, despite her niece's protestations, been called in for consultation upon tho weighty matter. "But the thing is, who can have done it? There are half a dozen men in the hotel who may be really professional forgers for all I we know but I do not suppose that one of them even knows Evelyn's Christian name, much less her signa ture." "I beg your pardon. Lady Howard— you forgot the visitors' book," sug gested Falkland promptly. "The visitors' book? Ah, yes—her name is there, certainly! But who could be sure it was her Writing? Who would dare to forge a check with such doubtful assistance? And. QOW that I Uhink of it"—Lady Howard tapped her gold-rimmed fan against her fore head—"I fancy I myself was the one to write our names. Can you remem ber. Evelyn?" "Yes, I remember quite well. You did write them, I know," answered Evelyn, with a vindictive little nod towards Gilbert Falkland. "Oh, indeed! But, even if that .is so, there are twenty other ways in which a clever forger could get hold of your signature. You have not writ ten to Anybody staying in the hotel, I suppose, Miss Luttrell?" "Written to anybody? No—certain ly not!" "Nor lent any books in which your came iwinacribed?" "No," 'returned Evelyn, with the same decision, "I have not lent any thing." "Then, far as you#' is '-cllec- v«Sv & Wf 9 O CHAPTER IX.—(Continued.) "Is anything the matter?" she ask ed, glancing anxiously in the direc tion of her aunt. "Nothing whatever,"was the brusque reply "it is merely a shawl wblch Lady Howard wished for. But you did not hear her call, I suppose you were too much taken u]j with that fellow Brown." Evelyn raised her eyebrows, and gave hirn & swift utterly disdaivCul look. "It is strange what you see in that njun," he went on, fol'llng his arms 'and, whilst you persistently avoid my society, you seem everlastingly ready to en'ier into conversation with him. It is not fancy, Miss Luttrell—it is perfectly true. Three times to-day have I attempted to spjpak to you three times have you made some trif ling excuse and turned to leave me." "And why have I," exclaimed Eve lyn, her eyes flashing Are—"why? Sim ply because you persist in discussing the most ridiculous of subjects!" "I have certainly made half a dozen attempts during the last few days to tell you that I love you, to ask you to be my wife but perhaps that is a topic of conversation which you care to discuss only with your friend Brown, since you appear to find him so very interesting." "Or rather perhaps it is that, whilst you talk such utter nonsense, he talks sense!" was the cutting reply. "You call a declaration of love, a proposal of marriage, nonsense, then." "Yes I call anything nonsense that Is so contrary to all reason," return ed Evelyn, her voice trembling. "And, since you know how much I hate it! I wonder you pester me as you do." "Oh, very well! If that is the case, I will not attempt to renew the sub ject again—in that way, at any rate my attentions shall annoy you no long er, and "Thank you," interrupted Evelyn in MM AGAIN EVELYN ANSWERED "NO!" & & & & ...BY... ETHEL A. SOUTHAM Had a thunderbolt fallen at -Falk land's feet, greater dismay could not have been depicted on his counte nance. "Yes he suggested it ought to be put in the hands of an expert at once and so he Is taking it up to London in the morning," she added, giving the necessary explanation as tersely as possible, and then turning away quickly, as though she could not trust herself to utter another syl lable. "He is taking it! Great heavens. Miss Luttrell, you cannot mean it! Surely you have never been so foolish as to allow such a thing?" gasped Falkland, starting forward, his face livid, an expression of absolute in credulity in his eyes. A faint nod—a very different one from that with which she had favored him a moment before—was Evelyn's only reply. "Oh, Miss Luttrell, this is worse than madtiess!" Falkland passed his hand across his forehead with a ges ture of dospair, of dazed indescribable bewilderment. "Did not instinct, your own common sense, tell you the truth? If nothing else, the very fact of his anxiety to secure that check should have aroused your sus picions. You might have guessed whose handiwork it is!" "Guessed?" rlfceated Lady Howard. "Good gracious, ^Ir. Falkland, you do not mean to say that you have found a clue to this affair already?" "Yes, Lady Howard I believe"—he gave a triumphant glance towards Evelyn—"our suspicions"—with a very decided emphasis on the plural pro noun—"are correct. That fellow Brown is the forger!" "That fellow Brown Is the forger!" Falkland's voice sounded miles and miles away yet how the words rever berated in Evelyn's ears—with what clear distinctness they seemed to ring through the silent air, to echo round the dusky lawn! A moment before a horrible fear had possessed her, a fear whiqh had sent all the blood cours ing wildly through her veins and then— Oh, impossible! Major Brown a forger! It was impossible! Mr. Falkland always had disliked him. From the very first he had been prejudiced about him, and had done his utmost to make both Lady How ard and herself share in his suspic ions. It was too terrible! In that one moment it seemed as though she lived through all the past fortnight again. One after another the various events of the- well remembered days passed in rapid succession through her mind whilst above all, as a climax, a crown ing point to the whole, a certain af ternoon, scarcely thirty-six hours be fore, stood out' clear and defined from the confusion of the various occur rences. Every syllable which had been spoken, every subject which had been broached, came back to her as vividly as though once more she was sitting in the forsaken library, pen in hand, \yith Major Brown standing attentive ly by her side. Oh, vfhy had she been bo dense, blind as to see neither through evident manoeuvera nor the strange ^HE LEON REPORTER, THURSDAY. JANUARY 18, 1900. & & & & & & t!on goes, you can give us no clue to the mystery? You have no remem brance, for instance, of writing a let ter and tearing it up, or of signing your name in any chance way which could possibly be turned against you?" Again Evelyn answered "No," but this time there was less assurance In her tones. Standing wiih her arms folded on the back of her aunt's chair, she had started slightly at Falkland's question, and now, as she raised her head, a strangely perplexed look came suddenly into her eyes. "I—I cannot remember anything," she added hurriedly. "Not• anything at all?" persisted Falkland suspiciously, quick to notice her evident hesitation. "No"—abruptly—"nothing." "Well, the only thing is to take care of that check," observed Falkland, watching her narrowly. "You see, it ia really all that we have to go upon. If you would give it to me, though, I might be able to do something for you in the matter." "Thank you, but I shall have no need to trouble you. I"—the words were spoken in the same hesitating, almost faltering tones—" have given it to Major Brown." "You have given it to Major Brown?" palpable eagerness of his rnr.i:v.:r' nothing else had roused her suspiti^u she ought at least to have realized that Major Brown was not at all the kind of man to waste his energies up on a simple birthday boo(k. A birthday book! How could she have allowed herself to be so easily taken in? She had certainly expressed some astonish ment upon the occasion—she was un doubtedly somew'hat dubious at first— but how quickly he had overruled her! Without appearing the least perturb ed, he had explained away everything —yes, everything! He had even been able to find an excuse for the blank ness of the pages, and she had act ually believed him, had believed the whole of his fabrications, though in reality that horrible book had been purchased simply as a means for secur ing her signature! "You hear what Mr. Falkland is saying. Eve?" How far her thoughts had carried her, or how long she had been stand ing with her hands clasped tightly to gether, gazing out straight before her at the shadows growing deeper and deeper, Evelyn had no idea. Did she hoar what Mr. Falkland was saying? No, she had not heard a word, and, what was more, she was utterly indifferent as to what it might be yet it was with a gesture sugges tive rather of acquiescence that she sat down on the low bamboo chair and waited resignedly for anything further that had to come. "You 6ee, Miss Luttrell"—it was Falkland himself who claimed her at tention thb time—"we can do nothing without the check we have no proofs whatever as to the forgery. Brown is safe as if he had never put pen to paper at all." "Is he?" observed Evelyn calmly. His words seemed to imbue her with a sense of strange undefinable relief. "Ah, yes—I suppose, that would have been the only evidence against him! But of course it does not matter. It is really not of much importance," she added in a voice particularly free from any suspicion of regret. "It does not matter! Why, Miss Luttrell, I have just been pointing out to you the greatest importance of this affair, and have been saying how eas ily the whole thing can be managed! But no time must be lost. You ought to ask the Major for the check this evening without fail." (To be continued.) PAID IN THEIR OWN COIN. American greenbacks, the natives will ingly accepting them as standard p^ per money of the United State?. The Census of Germany. The Times publishes a careful analy sis of the German census, taken on June 14, 1S35, from which it appears that the population amounted on that day to 51,770,000, of whom 24,400,0j0 were males and 26,3C0,000 females, the excess of females being, therefore, nearly a million. This population in creases at the rate of a little more than a million a year, for which new means of maintenance, education and housing must be provided. The rush is, of course, to the towns, the general urban population having increased since 1S32 by 36 per cent, while the population of towns with more than 100,000 persons had more than doubled. Of the total, S,292,000 are occupied in agriculture, 8,281,000 in industry, 2,238,000 in trade, 794,000 in the professions, 631.000 as soldiers or sailors, and 1,399,000 a? servants. The proportion of servants is the lowest in the census-taking world, not half the proportion in Great Britain. The Catholics are about a third of the population while of tha whole commercial class 5.71 per cent are Jews.—London Spectator. Ik' Marvel's Home, Donald G. Mitchell, known far and wide\as Ik Marvel, lives on a 200-acra farm ^upon a hill near New Haven. From the road the house Is invisible, high evergreen hedge concealing it, but from the porch a fine view of New Haven is afforded. For many yean Mr. Mitchell has lived there, indulging in his love for nature and agriculture. It is an ideal place. The house is cov. ered by English ivy, and evergreen trees surround it. The fields are level as fioor6, and the stone walls have been built with neatness and accuracy. A little house on the firm is built from stones gathered from the fields and cost only a trifle ovei! $1,000. Mr. Mitch ell is 72 years old, bifrt he walks in the woods every day. I^e is very fond walking and thinks to it he owes his life, for when young lie was told he ha consumption. For Itwo years hi tramped over EuroJe, walking 603 miles in England aloiij. He success fully staved oft the flfsease, but has always kept up his wa Little 4-year-old Mafcel was running down bill, holding her dress tightly. "Be careful." called mer mother, "or you will fall." "Oh, no, I won't," re plied Mabel, holding Ugh." to myself.' ft •JS -li I Wfk' 1 OUK BUDGET OP PUN. SOME COOD JOKES. ORIGINAL AND SELECTED. A Variety of Qnlps, Gibes and 1 ronIrs, to Cause a Smile Flotaam and Jetflam from the Tide of Humor— Witty Saylucs* llar*li Treatment. "My dear, I thought they had abol ished corporal punishment in the navy." "They have." "Does that apply to yachts, too?" "I suppose it does. What are you driving at?" "Why, I noticed that in a recent race off Newport one of the yachts was steered so badly that her spanker struck a buoy."—Cleveland Plain Deal er. Art for ArLN Salfp. Miss Rosebud—Maude Osborne vows she never means to marry. Miss Pepperton—I presume, then, that all that work she does on her com plexion is nothing but art for art's sake.—Sydney Town and Country Jour nal. Hit* Klud of Courage. "I want you to pull a tootu, out not with gas. That costs too inuc-ii!" "Well, you're a brave man. Show ma the tooth." "Wait a minute. My mother-in-law will be here right away. It's her tooth."—Der Floh. The LrhmIi'84 the llow the Yankees Got Ahead of Shrewd Filipinos. The native Filipino has the reputa tion of being the shrewdest among the Asiatic races. Like the Parsee, he is known as the Yankee of the orient, says the Philadelphia Press. He lost no opportunity to trim up his occi dental Yankee brother whenever the opportunity presented itself, but the American Yankee, and particularly he of the Pennsylvania breed, usually gave him a Roland for his Oliver. When the Pennsvlvanians left San Francisco on their way to the Philip pines the Red Cross society gave each one of them an aluminium badge the size and shape of an American quar ter, bearing the name of his regiment, his company and his company number. Shortly after their arrival in Manila the officers of some cf the companies found these identification badges in the hands of Filipino merchants, upon whom the Pennsylvanians had im posed them as quarter-dollars in re turn for articles of barter. Another trick of the Yankee soldier was to take a new copper penny, mill the edges of it with a file, polish the coin till it shone like gold and then pass it upon the guileless and unsuspicious natives as a $5 gold piece. The gullibility of the native in this rega-rd led some of the men to write home for samples cf confederate scrip, which, when duly received, were put in circulation among the yellow packets as bona fida "It's a 'lessiess age," remarked Sim pers. "What do you mean?" Inquired Gal'is. "Here's a couple who entered upon a loveless marriage, drove away in a horseless carriage and received all their congratulations by wireless teleg raphy."—Philadelphia North American. Thoy Got To*rethpr. "Papa," said iittie four-year-old Mar gie, "I think you are just the nicest man in tbe whole world." "And think you are the nicest little girl in the warld," replied her father. 'Course am," said Margie. "Ain't it queer how such nice people happen to get into the same family?"—Sydney Tows anil Cunntrr journal. Luck. "They say," he said, "that it is no longer fashionable to attach to wedding presents the cards of the people who giva them." "Then," she declared, "I'm going to take back that $20 picture I intended to give Nell Waterson, and get her a solid silver teaspoon."—Chicago Times Herald. OM Tlmo Dexterity, Jce Ker—The earlier watches were much cleverer timepieces than those of the present. Jacques—How so? Joe Ker—They marked the time with only cne hand.—Jewelers' Weekly. Generally Ruled by Kindness. "You are one of those humanitarians who believe in bringing up children Without corporal punishment, aren't you?" "Yes. As true as I'm standing here. I've never struck one of my children, except in self-defense."—Answers. NHffhborly Tfes "The telephone is a great social fac cor." "That's so. We wouldn't have called on those people next door at ail if we hadn't wanted to use their teleijhone." -Chicago Record. A Careful Mother. Teacner—What do you know of the microbe family? Little Maude—Please, ma'am, mam ma has forbidden us to gos&ip about other people's family affairs.—Ex change. EfT.'ctn«1. Gentleman (to village cobbler)— What's that yellow powder you aro taking so constantly, my friend? Cobbler—It's snuff—catarrh snuff. Gentleman—"Is it any good? I'm troubled somewhat that way myself. 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The liberality cf the Cudahy Pkg. Co. in giving away valuable prizes to users of Diamond "C" Soap has built up for them throughout the west an enormous trade in a comparatively short time. After a man is 35 he should dreaming and gfc to work. A fat woman never looks as fat in a phaeton as in a higii top buggy. Coughing Leads to Consumption. Kemp's Balsam will stop the cough at once. Go to your druggist to-day and get a sample" bottle free. Sold in 25 and SO cent bottles. Go at once delays are dangerous. St. Paul said that all men are liars. He was probably an assessor. There is no fun in grumbling when no one pays attention. _t Reliable Help "Wanted (Either sex.) The IIuinnultftrl«ii Home and Sanitar ium lor Invalids anil Health seekers Incorporated bend 12c in htampH for run Informs ion. Addrew J. 11. Teitlcbauin, Treasurer, Las Vegas, One-tenth of the world is still unex plored. Uomeseekers' Excursion** via the Iowa Central Route. 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The saving to western shippers via this export outlet will run into mil lions annually. The city has the most magnificent natural port on the south ern coast of the United States and om of the best in the world. The U. S. government is completing a deep water channel through the bay to the gulf, which will soon bring the largest ocean liners to La Porte docks and wharfs. G. 1'. & T. A7, iowa Central Railway, Marslialltown, Iu'* Yellow jackets made nests in the tiro alarm boxes in Seattle, and damaged the signal system by clogrg'ing' th wires willL din:— which £rouB wo This Ladies' Handsome Leather Chatelaine Bag with Chain and Buckles for fastening to dress \.Cx sent free for 50 wrappers of Diamond "C" soap. Ev ery lady should take ad- 'f'S vantage erf this offer. 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