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T 15 NO 0 11M M taMcittff tIis a any y tenger ku ger germot
I mother mot motWl MM w Kitty itltt 1tty Mason OA OAhan 1
I I have made m4 up p my mind to go
I l o I will willOh w1
Oh O ol moaned Mrs Mason uon
tUI ba I tn to be tl th mhtr mother of f ah aueh i
cM hlt < T Where Whf ic I yo your r gratitude Jttude for th
orrfortable rfor bl4 home b ho provided pove for tr you yo b bsour
father and iid myself Have
tour our ratb aD Nt J we no
d 1 r vryhl rtblfg rythIn ir in h n or or r power wtr to
vou o ou and make mk you nappy JP No girl could coulduv I
uv t iac ha1 M more moe ton d < for her than you yould youknd
and ld y Pt you ou are at not Rt ot satlaOed t and an for
a T y yfr r you OJ have hve made M my m1 ly life a a misery miseryby mier
by b your rOlr continual Cntnut entroatte trUu to be allow alow alowe
e4 e 4 to TI tt live 1 Uv In I In London ndon to study aucy art at so S o that
you ou may mn tarn your yor living Jvng tv1n out ot of it Ia ltai as i io
jou Oj o could ever 4er Vtf do ooh h a a thing thinKOh
Morhrr Oh r dear duro I know knw that tht no n one O on could coul coul I
h lAvf bn b kiner kindor thn than you 0 af and father
11 ad Kitty contritely cntrtt sorry Irr to hurt hait
r run hr but In no n whit 1ht ntored mnd to Rive fve up upr u t
r pnijct prJct which w11th had b long Jn ln been b th tM de der dtfl
r fl < of o 01 h hfr r r h hfar hart m but bt I mut go I am amTt amnotng air1Ung I
Tt notng 1Ung lng my life le Id II l this thl dull cul place pce and an I Iit I
ol it sn I m J mo that tbt I can cn n do something Imethln if ifory 11
ory o r I can get t the chance cnce cncer
jlr r Ma Marfl f cn n and an fl4 h hr r daughter dughter were weref wer t
1 f t In the large Jre eemfortaufe C8mtOraW drawing drawingfm drwlng drwlngom
fm om m tbir tb lr house he In Sklpton Sipton The Thenuthr Therhfr Th
nuthr rhfr in her bfr normal ntral state tate was U a a stout stoutmia stoutmi tout toutml
mia ml > la iay < > quite uU content cntent with herself herselfvfr hell hersoifr
1 vfr r h hhand land and nt daughter duJht4r and an her stir
riird rur x j > and she he could cl not understand understamI I
row it I was I that her 1r only child chlk should shoul I IP
1 Th w unnatural unnatur unnaturalfor for unnatural urnturl they theyai1d theyrrafd the P
I rrafd ai1d to her brcrvln5 hrcravlngs cravings for London Lnon and an anr I
rriwrif r III klig a t career C3Ner for herself herselfj htrHIr
st j > i Mr Mrs frl Mason a n and an her worthy orth orthy hus hustarl
tar tarl 1 naIl ii iever ter > v r had the allghtest alhhttt deirfre dere dereI deMr
fi t invo I r away a ar from the place pla < e whee wheetft wheetlf1
tft tlf1 sieY y Kid ti1 d b btn b4C < en born br and an brought up and andh AndhH an I
h hH hst > rf Kitty Ki t had ha acquired acquire her roving rln pro profIIIW
fIIIW was a a mystery m8ter to both of them
As 1 for the talent laitlt for art art which hlch Kitty Kittyirciarrd Kity Kitycurd KittyI
irciarrd ciard she possessed they the looked
curd stQ pse ga looke upon upont upn upnt I
t ai a ntlrely t rfl a freak frek of o hor imaglna imaglnaon Imnglnaior
ior on and m wrre fr rt disposed dhpe to think that if I it ituay Itit ii L
it It uay ual ixisted xlltt it ought to be looked lookedipn look lookpn I
ipn pn 19 I s a disease t1taH and cured cure at once onceFor on onceFr e eFor
For themselves HwmftS they the thought nothing of ofer otr 01 r rr
er r Ittl Jtt tt1 fIgure ngur sketches and letters and andJnKs an I
ajinxs JnKs Ings fntwined ntlne around aroun with wih flowers towers in inKitt Intit ft t
Kitt tit > s j own quaint and original style stleion
jptn ion whlh hlh she spent so 1 much time tme In Inct Ind Jr I
ct falu t rai Mrs rs tan to her husband husbandI
I pr prfftr prfr ft r letters Itters myself printed prnte plain plainII
1 II 1 hat I can s He e what lnt they the arc without wihout wihoutHln L
vivinst Hln to put put my glasaes Kla cs on to make mak I
IJ hfiti ont fnt fntf tit
f f Sfcp g gh was 1 as exceedingly 8cu > lnclr fond of her daug daugir daugl
er ir l and was a very er much worried worre by Kittys Kltys KltysItfrmnt 3
j Itfrmnt ttminstinn < rminatl n to leave 1 her home and risk riskh riskhf C
h hf unknown perils JHrts of a n wicked wIcke city cty like likeen lke lkenI llk I
en enIn nI < l > n nMr
Mr Mr5 Ir Mason laAn had never been bc n to town townH
it she Fhl always lwls vowed that it I was a tern terr ternt
t > i place iIacp act and that all al respectable resplctable people peopleu i
ught u < ht M shy hy of it I but she did not know knowto r
hiw to prevent Kitty Kity from going if I her hernI
nird nI was WI fully tuly ully made up Kitty Kily was a L
mvt m t determined llNermlne girl and was twenty twcnh twcnhft
rie ft and worst of all al she had a a small smallTomf smal I Iome
Tomf om ome of her hir own ownonly only iiO 8 O a I year ear it was was1r wa 5
i 1r rue but It enabled cnoblo her to please herself hcnol
n the matter mater seeing that she was of att ath o r
Why h asked nked Mrs rs Mason after afer a long longsauw longau 1on
sauw au ause wont ont you ou make up uJ your our mind to tomarry tomarry t
marry John Johf Forrest He has run after afterr afer aferU I Iyu
r yu u ever tnr since you Ou came homo from fromf
f Viol III HJl and although alhough you have never said saidcnythng sa saI 11 I
cnythng arthrg yth1ng to me about It I I know ho has hastrifised hasrfsfo ha t
trifised rfsfo ri Sd to you ou more than once onceA onceA onceA
A slight lght color roso to Kittys Kitys face at attT att a t
tT t r mothers toth rs words wors She could not deny denyc den dentruth
c truth of them John For st st had pro proFfd pror
Ffd r p d to her several times tmesshe timesshe she devoutly devoutlyTO devout devoutTO devoutl
j flawaiians Hawaians Gradually Gradualy Dwin Dwindling DwinUing ¬
dling Toward Extinction ExtinctionDISEASE Extnction ExtnctionlSEASE
Influx Jnfux of the Whites Whies liites Tilts Increased the thoICxponso theI Ili C CExpanse 1
Expanse I XJVli of Miltrlmony U li rl m on Without Wihout Increas Increasing IncrcnsIn h ¬
In ing tlio Ztlnney JIOIIflarnlu tioneearniui > miriiluc Imvora 01TCf of the thoNative thelt iii iiiN4tITO1 0 s
Native lt C hence IJ61CO the Birth Kito Is I Very VeryLow YeayLUSpleldll Yet 5 5LwSplatdIi
Low LUSpleldll LwSplatdIi Splendid Ihysiqne of the Women VoUcn VoUcnUlc Vomiii Ii Iiand 1 j jand
and Ulc Lack of Convcutlunnlitr ConvcutlunnlitrThe COlveDtlonRUtT COlveDtlonRUtTThe Coitveutlonn1ic
The detailing detlnS of the United Lnlel nited States gov govtrnmfnt Sov Sovtrmfnt
trnmfnt trmfnt official ofcial now on his way to Ha Hawaii Jn Jnail hactij ¬
waii ail to take a census of o the islanders Js Jsu ishptbat I S i
u stop hptbat that is of the utmost value alue to the thetvurhl theJrld th C t
tvurhl Jrld at large 18fe considering the fact that thatin tht thtI tha t tt L
in I native nathl Hawnllans HawaIans are gradually grlual but butjrfly butJrfly tat t L
jrfly Jrfly dwindling fhlndlng away awar No spectacle Is Istrin Ismn I S i
trin mournful than that of a dying race racen racenr rac t
n nr r is II any more exceptional Much h
al exceptonal 1u < sym symrithy symnth
rithy nth has ha been htn wanted waitli upon the tht redskin redskinoa ci L
oa 1 this thll illS score seor Iore although alhough roccnt and oxten oxtenve extnHf oxtenve
Hf ve investigations tlgrtons nave shown that he Is IsHIIK IsrinK I it 5
rinK 1 tag absorbed alrb by 1 tho whites whies and Is not notoving no it L
l oving t out But the same seme cannot be said saidt sal d I
t or c the thf Kanaka Kanaka the native of Hawaii Hamtl The Thetatlvt Thetat Tb o >
I tatlvt tat government fotrmint imitating Imiatng the civil civllnations civl civilz
IId z < t nations JUlons took tolt every now and then twn a an aII i
n II ni i of o its Is people and anc the record rlortl speaks speaksr S i
< r itself IsI From 1810 ISI to ISO 1 it I shows a andy aIIO Sa i
t ndy IIO diminution diminuton Careful Crerul scrutiny crutn Indl IndlatM Indlat
atM at ite that tjRt the ihe evil C1 does not spring Ipring from fromui fror n i
ui 1 ojccosMvo IXCItt death rate rae but from an n in infnetr intklnt L
fnetr tklnt ffleIet > nt birth rate de and an marriage marrlagl rate rte rat ratother i ii
i other Qthtr words won1 the pressure Jr8UrC of Western Westernvillzation Vcttr n
villzation lzton has ha increased Increasr the trouble and andns andlnl an 1 I
< lnl > < ns of matrimony matrlmon and parenthood parenthoodoithiut llrenthoo 1 >
p oithiut c ithut increasing Incrlulng the moneymaking moneymakingWer monemukln monemuklnWr g
Wer of the luckless luckle Islanders In tho thotfnning tht th C Clnntn
tfnning Innlnl lnntn of the century centur the diseases eISl s In InrKiuced InroUfd
rKiuced roUfd from the tlp great gret cities clUf of Christen Christenm Chrl ten ten1m I
1m m proved J roe terribly terrbl fatal fatal These wcru wcrut WUt wer ti 1
lit t 1 1 s ssotte4t nd nt1 In their averages by tho thoi thoOOUI Ui C I
i OOUI ormou quantity quantt of rum which was wat sent sentt sentI sen senAt it
< I At t in < very tr1 trading ship shipBetween shipttn
Between ttn disease dl tu and alcohol twothirds twothirdsof S 1
twothirs twothirsof
of o the imputation JlpuJalon Passed J6S away In forty fortyr rornpari fort 3
pari > r ran rc in those Ulo days dar the death deth rate rte was wasrrihle wast wit witI 53
t rrihle rhle and an the amount of sickness sicknes die dieanwiliitf dll I
t taflenlng anwiliitf atln Through Throu h it I all sl however the theof theW Ui e ew
W of natural nturl selection stleUon went on ontbe ontbeaker the theiaker lb a 1
taker aker dying and the stronger living lving and an I j
I b it45 > 8 k kft kept T t on O until unt to fho present time tme The Ther Thetl Tb e I
r tl ti to of decrease d reK e for the i INuIt st twenty twentyra tent tenta y yera
I a era ra has ha been len the smallest emalest of all al on rec recL re re t
cl L I Other Othfr Influences In uenrf hnvo come in which whichrtjnue whichI whic ii i
rtjnue I to make some Ime change In the thes thete Ui S >
s ate te of affairs affairs1nivrraal atain atainUi
Ui Etluciti U tlU nli nitti Jrnr lrocrcrr rrl
1nivrraal education ou aton Is the rule In Ha Har Ia IatI
r tI tMII M and an with wih educational ucatlonal there has h been beenial bn bnIal bee n
ial progr prortf prortia K8 The Kanaka women womfn of ofiay otc c f
day c < hold bol an n excellent exec nt social olal psiin psiinI position positionI I
4 I are ae sought luJht in tnarriaae marra e by b the men of ofifcr otlar c f f
ifcr lar raew r rae No o more charming hamln family familyi tU1 famIl famIla I
I n i be 1 found foun for axainpte oxmltJ than that of ofChinese r rChlnf tChinese
Chinese Chlnf merchant m msr rhant hant prince J rtncc Ah Fonif Fonifo onc onco t twife
o o wife wie ia I a Hawaiian HawaIan In whose hoe veina vein Inl J
1 pr re is I j some 1t American AIMMcn Wood hlOl By n her hfr he her heo h It
o er r had M thirteen tblrlMf daughters and s four fourf tOtlrfIt foti r rnp
fIt np f four our or live of the 01 daughter dIUII1fr beng bengirled bC bCrJ betu g grn1e
irled rJ rn1e to American AItJan citizens CltSIL The Th Hon Honrnuei Jon JonFIU I
FIU rnuei Iarker exPrime eIrime Minister of o the theanda tbea tb 0
anda a ic t another representative rlllenCathf of thU thUn4ency thll thl a
I n4ency nr He 11 hi a Kanaka KAnk with wih about aboutfourth abut abutfoUMh abet it 1
fourth European EuroPn blood blo and Is one of off otf r if ifC r
f f baadtomeet bMHt men m physically Ithltl that tht can canfound cc an anton a afound 1
found ton HIM II children ehllrn oombtn omhn the fine finej fnt fln Is
j Klltiee JIU htii of both hot h brown brwn and 0 white whie whit raws ra B Btd B Bt
td > 4 the te daughters would wold be belle bUes In any anyc an antl anietj
c lety letyhe tl tlIb
Ib lb he Kanakas have he been hffn ChrtotLinlzMl ChrtotLinlzMlD ChratL1nI10 id i
D natly ary rty a century tuJ hut lut ut imr unl their tPr Chrta ChrtatUtx Chr Cbr Cbrlilty 5
tUtx U can es af still UI be e M eson n th the ronutine of it f
ferm CUlo fcrmo f heataenim btfUbnm Rven I n today t to4c H the4r the4rIiodanhi ther therI the Ic r
Iiodanhi I tadards tAan of morality mrUtr and an modesty mtIl are at 1 re reSn a
t 1 low ihoa ThOu h of X Nvw KnxUtxi and
NtW rw Eno even evenf v vC tn tnc Sn i
c New N4w York It f fit not that tbt they the are aremomi BIt aj ro roto s
momi no I or immodeet hRmet Thee The These pr preulQ preulQftl preiqtpoi preiqtpoiectIo uwfKM uwfKMetttlon to a
etttlon ftl ectIo and an knowledge knwl6h The Te qualities qudIU in inu Int intet i
u t tet elr ea ease constitutional and
S U are cuttutlonal lnd inctlnet inctlnetK ntnc I
lU K 5 OHC On at Pall Pal the th tarfU famous arnotsa pose over overwhich 0 in inwhIb r
which hlob Kin KIng Kuinehamoha Kmcbamohi I drove dr dror pN WtoO WtoOi lG CA hO 0
4 < >
< J r ri
Hoped hpe b btn opod her mother motlr did di tilt n net t know knW
mnybat mRYbt tn nybitt although alhgh she esteemed OtCO
very V tr ery highly hlgl1 Ih eke < had hd not nt any a wteh w tc
nwrry mrr m arry him and had hd told him so
But nut Btt mother mlcr t answered te Kitty KI y I ik
not n ot aar4 or acre 1M Thfr i > t John lJ awere In that tht way Wi And AR
am a m Mn wire Icotrtd lCo corId never settle down wit
any a ny ena ef however much I liked him It
j this th t his dull deadalive place where Jko
I tc dtl her nethuti
ever c < ver t happens l ns and where pc the talk
1 i gets ges g git ets beyond on ones onesOgbbora Oflesneighbors neighbors and the hates
1 in it t curates crte Bah I loathe 1L ftl it an
i I TfllfOtO Klttyr exclaimed 91 91fled her mother born
1 fled fl ed excaime mther horr
f how can talk
cn YO tlk so Loathe
1 I J 1 pace P Pu laCe wbor whore you u were br born and Lthc brought
I HPtanf up u < p an and wthere where th the frjends of an a
I J Jive hI veb tren a le
I Hf
Jve r Uiis Os Is the rwult rfult of a boarding
a bnHo
J school s
j 5h61 education eucton for my part I think 1
j should aould S b b be put Pt a stop top to prt
I I JLltZ IrIU Kitty sighed Jt
ghe > I was hopeless to
w 1 with ith h her
on the subject sub t for si
I COBW cnh c net be brought br ght to see se that what had hadcould I
l lufko uflLcttd for her during her married lifec
ood br marri I
J hsbn husir an and a conifortabie mtottbe income
could culd c not be alLBuflteferit m
all kJt for a itnl lrl o
Kitty I lts Itty s nature nture and an disposition dispIton fr
height of Mrs 18 ra Masons 181n8 ambition to
h er I r da daughter hter w was sa s that she he should ambiton
tht marry r
J John J T ohn Forrest PorresL shouk
Joln Forrest was as the son on of a gen g ¬
tlemanfarmer ttmantarmer living lvln a few miles out o
the th e little hlttI tewn good
lte go looking lokln and an with ex ¬
cellent felent prospects prspets and abjectly m love Iov S
an abJot 1
with wih w ith Kitty KittyHe Kity KityHe
He like lke Mrs r Mason uan could cul not under nder ¬
J stand Jan Kittys Itlty yearnings tornlnrs and ambition
l but b ut h he had no misgivings o amiton
h hd mUgl1ngs as to result rult t
c of his
I hi lovomaklng He felt certain crtain that tha L
in I time tmo 3uch persistence penlstence as a his hi must tt win winI 1
l the he day dayWhile dayWhie
I While Whie Mrs Mr Mason r < on and Kitty Klb were ere sit ¬
j ting tng ti ng In their thir cozy drawingroom drawlnSrom before brorc a i L
l blazing blAzng b lazing flre tre with a a large lRr e gray gry cat ct bUnk
log la g happily happl on the hearthrug heanhrg and a wick wlckcae
I elOlln e dIooklng parrot swinging In his br brast d
I c cae Ce c age in th the window swngn talking to himself hlmsel In Ina InI it I
s a 1 low voice olce John Forrest Forret and his sister r
I Mary M rRry any were cre walking briskly along the road roadwhich rondI rocu I
which w hleh led le to Mr lr Masons laons house John Johi Johiad 2
I had hd h ad driven his sister over to the town tow to tomake tomaKe t taxe
make m axe a few purchases eg and before
purchn re returning IC ICturing reurning ¬
turning turing t < they as s usual stopped stoPPe to call cal on ot I
I Mrs M fr rs Mascn MascnUpon Iu n nLlon
Upon Llon entering enterln the drawingroom drawlngroom John Johnquickly Johnquickly
quickly q l drew up a chair to Kittys Ktys side sideand sideand sid S
and a nd fxed ftxod on her the adoring adorng gaze with withwhich wih wihwhich
i which w hich she had become bcomo so familiar famiar and of ofwhich otwhich o
which w hich sho was WIS so O tired tred Well Wel Kitty Klt
J he h e said sid and an how are you OU getting geting on 1
Shes not getting gettn on at all al well cl ex exclaimed exI ¬
c claimed claime c Mrs rs Mason Iason before Kitty Inty had time timeto tme tmeto tim e eo
I th t to o reply addressing aereslng Miss Forrest Forest tvhi who a
1 had h ad joined the circle round the fire tre Shes Shesa She S Svery
I i a very ery tiresome tresome girl Mary ary What do you youthink yot ou outhin I
t think thin hink shes done now nowOh no1
I Oh nothing very cr dreadful Im Im sure sureanswered sureI
answered anlwored a Mica lUps Forrest F orros t looking affection affectionately afecton afectonate ¬
I ately ate a tely across at the charming charing little te figure fgure flgur S
I In if n the great geat arm chair Mary Iary was very ver
1 fond f ond of Kitty and the only onl one of her he r
i friends f who sympathized ympthlzid with wih her in her herlonging her10nglnS he r
1 longing 10nglnS to get away from the monotony monotonyand monotonyand monoton
i and a nd narrowmindedness of the little Bte coun country countr ¬
t try tr t ry town What Is Is I it I that has vexed vexedMrs vex i
j Mrs M rs Mason Iason Kitty she asked askedOnce aske
Once more the mother interrupted Imerrupted be beforo beforo
i foro f oro Kitty Kity had time tme to reply repl Why WhyMary Wh WhaIr
j Mary M aIr ary she said she has arranged with withthat wih wihthat
t that t tt hat school sch ol girl grl friend frend of hers In London Londonto Lndon Lndonto Londoto l
to t o share a studio with wih her and she says saysshe ss ssshe say a
she s he Is going goln next week and Im Im sure I Idont Idont I aI
dont d ont know what will wl become of her herHere herHert herhere
Here Hert Mrs Irs Mason j3son dissolved Into tears tearswhile tearswhie
while whie w hile John jumped up from his chair chairand chairand chat
and a nd pcrd paced angrily anJrly about abut the room ro If Ifpossible I Iossible f
possible p ossible he distrusted distrsted London more com completely complteb ¬
pletely p pp than Mrs rs Mason MasonIs Iason IasonIs
Is this true Kitty he asked aSltd stopping stoppingsuddenly stoppingsudden S
suddenly sudden s before her chair chairYes
Yes 15 answered Kitty RUt quietly quiet I am amreally amrealy an aneally
really realy r going
Yes commented tho sobbing mother motherenemies
enemies en e mles Into the he gorge beyond I met a anumber i
number n of native women on horseback horehackOne
Or One O ne was old two middleaged and the ther lb e j
remainder r strapping young oung girls with wih 1m 1mmense Immense
mense limbs Jmhs and shoulders They rode rodeastride rod S
astride a and an one of them had wrapped wrappedher wrappedher wrappe I I
her h er skirts around her waist disclosing dlsclo5In a apair apair i
pair p air of nether limbs lmbs of magnificent anincent pro proportions proportons I
portions portons p ortions if I not no beauty beaut She passed pror our ourparty ou r r
party p arty without wihout seeming to to o be aware awup of o the theextraordinary theextrordinary th tha a
extraordinary extrordinary e picture she presented presentec In Inhammock I a j
hammocks hammock h and on the beaches they ap applnr I
pear plnr p ear In attire attre which causes an American Americanwoman AUirlcan AUirlcanwoman n j
woman considerable discomfort the be first firsttime frst frsttme lirt a t
time tme t she sees them themLack themJnck themLticki
Lack Lticki o Ity ItyThese
These things nre relative relate of coarse cOlrse 5
After Arer a 1 lime Ime you OU become accustomtd accucomtd to tothem tothem t 0 >
them t nnd they no longer strike you OU as asunpleasant a s
unpleasant u as at first frst Nevertheless eertheles it I Itmust t
must have some som influence infuence upon the th com communiy 5
munity muniy It I Is common for an American AmerCn AmerCnwoman a i
woman to take a siesta in a hammock in inthe inthe I n i
the open air not far from the he rood wear Wtaring
ing l ag a kimono or holoku which is li the na nathe an L
live t ive womans omlns dress Japanese apano women in Instead ft ftS 1
stead s tead of walking demurely demurel by with wih eyes ees eesCst cyc cycd s
cast Cst c ast down as they te do 0 In Japan look and andlaugh an d 1
laugh l at passersby antI in many cares cestalk cant S s
talk t alk or comment upon what they see s e loud loudenough lou ci i
enough e to be heard twenty fet fe t away awr awrChinese
Chinese women who at homo hom woul vouI3 oul1 re regRrd rc 5
gard g sri It i as an unpardonable sin to expose eXJose eXJosethemshes exiios exiioshemselves to B
themselves t to the view tew of the crowd cr d have hCe hCeno hay e B
no n o such feeling feeln In Hawaii Hawl They Th can be bese b e j
seen se s een n at their doors oors and windows In Inwhln rn nd d 1
when whln they drive use an open olen instead of a aclosed acosfd x
closed cosfd c carriage carringerIn
In the old savage days the natives natc pass
oil e u 1 much of their leisure time tme on and it in Int19 I n nhe 1
the t19 t he water near their the r homes hom < Tn 11 Tue health healthful ileolh I
ful C ut practice practce is kept up today tod and has hasbeen hasbef ha 3 j
been bef b een adopted by b Europeans Eurpens and Japanese Jlpanue Jlpanuethough
though t not by b the Chinese residents residentsIn
In the olden time tmo bathing bathing clothes were wereunknown wer e a
unknown u Today Tods allowance aIowliCe Is mad ma tnaJn z for forcivilized forcllzed ft ir r
civilized cllzed c conventionality comentlonaUt but bu at I the same sameIme sam to
time t Ime the allowance alowance Is Jmlt llmltJ < J many mlJr of the thesuits theImhs Ui Le
suits s tilts worn wor by b bathers belog be111S exceedingly cxc dl lv lvartstc V
artistic artstc a and effective erecte but constructed constructedwith constnlctcdwih constructe
with wih a view to enhance tb t attractions atmCtons of oithtlr t
their thtlr wearer worer Many Ian of the Kanaka take takea tfltt tflttit
a pride In their race and preserve ancient ancienttrudUlons ancienttru ancler it t
trudUlons tru t Ulons and customs < as lar ar as a can cn be beconveniently becomcnlent b bonveniently e s
conveniently comcnlent c done doneJlie donelhe
Jlie 1 lie Ilitltliiiln lulhnIR Ii ii Ihiiila Dnnce Jance JanceThe
The most mo t striking or the thee e Is tho thl hula hulahula hulahula L
hula dance which at present pr s nt i tunooed toooedb tanooe d 1
by b y law and an good god society Meet but is still stI prac prc prctced prcueed i
ticctl tced h eed for gain gin in Honolulu and l the other othercftles otht ther thercnles in ine r
cities and ll for the mere love Ie of o it in the theomlrlng Ui Uiutlying e j
outlying o districts tlstrlcts The dince d 1 nce is remark r IB rk rkAbl
ably Abl a bly beautiful b autfll and sensuous It I belongs belongsto s 3
to c the same lamo class as the jonkino JI < the thegel to >
geishas gel hls in Japan Japn the Natuch auch dances d n of otn c cif tf f
Benares n l nar s and an the dance dn e du vcntrc ntre of otEtapt c if f
Egypt It I Is undoubtedly undoubtedl a survival of otthlt ctf tf f
that thlt t hat ancient cult cul sex worship and under underHI wick a r
its HI i ts sinuous beauty hCut is essentially immoral immoraland Im1lral Im1lraland Inunorn ci 1
and a iiil revolting revoltingBefore reoltnS
Before civilization civizaton came Cme every oer mother motherIlught r
taught Ilught t it I to her daughter lughtlr as a matter mnter of otduty o if
duty d uty The poor thought that by b it their the theirls r r I Igirls
girls g irls could marry marr ntarr into superior su rlor stations stationstho statons statonsthe
tho the t he rich that theirs ahoaid 8h li1 espouse tho Ut 5
epuse tfl
great Iret g tg reat nobles noble and nd the chiefs chle or kiti king In Inthe Inthe I n
the t he Kaniita Ian1ia fatally tAIn evey CW one knows of atthe C 1
the t he dance and moat mot nf ft the women can candance candance cc ccance a
dance d ance it They reeanl relanI it t today toda as un unconventional uncomntouli I Ionventiousi
conventional comntouli c but lut not as reprehensible rcprih niblE In n ns4ttiaroom i j
a sittingroom wtUnroom or even tV In the I llelds leld where wh whir r 5 i
th thtre t here re is a paty IMt of if girls Jlrls together togeth r It Os Oscommon s scommon
common c sport sprt sportfor for one or twb to present presentct pre preser nt ntctt I
ct ctt tjw or even n parts prtf of the th famous nmous presert dance danceI lan lanI t
I ltln ok c 1 li JIIC JiIc Io hl hc hcWhie
While Whie the Kanakas Rna are Ut crave trae as lions lionsand 1on lion lionnd 3
and a nd make heitite lrfk Jtdletl Idle diet a and an superb suprb sail sailora aU aUON I
ora e ra they th 10 hot ht vm r m to have as strong stronga stron trnK trnKa
a life lre In JnsMiut l t w H t ns n Atront trn a regari regar ftr ftrhuman tcrhuman ft fthuman r
human life l AC 1 the rftHlted l rtllIzei Iz4 races r This Thismental Thismontal nt Is j
mental ental attltule ttitul eeeint eem Indt indipendent pendent of
m atUult 1J 10 pntmt o re religlon relgion a
liglon lgion h or civilisation hU ton and mor more or less lessracio ls let letacieIn s j
racio racleln r In chfr cWJ ctcrcter rer er MAn MAny Un > have h ve noticed notce the theae t to toIs 3
some ae s trita thing thnitJn ihIngjtl0Ibt dtwms lihe ft Japanese Jnpnoe and ine Lse Lselpn Lt LtFihpInas Is e
Filipinos anil and ainoi > t < the people p plc of South Suth SuthChinn Souc it itChina j
lpn amuJ
China Chinn ln n whose hoe velrts Vel rims a great get gea JTO JTOof Jl Jlof Js it itof I
of Malay M I bl Lto blood bloodin > t > 0 0In
In former yoare Cr It It expressed uprse it It4 it4eIf lf 1 in inmurdwoas Inmurlog I a amurtloitS 1
murdwoas vnrs md nd w wC wiolesnle olsale ifle mKere mKerein ml hr S Sn
in i n tho early erh Per lKu of f iU tl ttt century cenor In in 1 1tanUcle ii iifanticile I
fantlclde and rd at t the t 1 pttent r Fent time tme 1 In Indll a adisregard adIsregard t
disregard dll 3r of sick Irk and flirt lif people PO This Tk is isattitUde
attitude aUl de mu tacit tCl ci C m tcrfUMd GrtUf with 11 in 1f Ii S Shumanity I
humanity hum nl It I s ItnIpty Jn npJy py a 3 dlffercui dlfere way Va Vaot wi 7 fof
of viewing vlewl human cxjcnc txt Th Te The IJIMJC UlC UlCmnn isa IC ICman c
man who wo o will wi E go < > through Are tre and n ftanie fanJo Lisa to toand t
and oven eve incur Inot terriKe tJ e pain pin in carrying campic rrn rrnoUt I IoUt
out an I l3O0 JG will 1 f rO Ioh d lirs 13 arms 3rm and axtut adtdeath arnn it
death wjthutl thulln a ftrtgslc ctrtsclc < the momonk he heis heI to toIs
is I oonviric onlew oonttieed l of the iutltty tuUt of further turhar turharruiAnt furth in inrssIstRn4 r
restetnm ruiAnt ruiAntUnlie rssIstRn4Unibte
Unlike Unlie savage sva racvc raclc or races descended descede hi 1
HHnft M I really Alr going She doesnt cars carsabout
about at her h poor pr toother ttber or any of th thfrioNts t the
frioNts who have e been ben so 0 good to bar barShe ha haShe
She Se xrfll 1 cast Ct us U all al oft er for fr this tbl girl grl In InLondop tnLp
Londop Lp Im sure there isnt such ch chw a awrvtebtti
wrvtebtti w b woman T ifl 1 in the Ue world wrl us I am amitaiher amh
Mother h r sett poor pr Kitty Kit sadly ady ady at atths atts atthis
this ts outburst 9tlrft why 1hy will wI you yo say M BO BOAad s
Aad Al ad sfce Je sie got oa of ft her h chair chIr and aD dn crossed crossedever cros crosocr
ever to hr h vreepliyr wtePr parent preut put rol her bel arm armround
round rHAl r her he nock k and 3M tried trf to wipe wip awayU a away y yUe
U Ue th e twin tr wnteh wnlh coursed cu f so freely trey down downJwr dO dOeb
Jwr er checks eb Doat Dt cry C mother mther she shecontinued sheI
I continued ttit so sitinwed e hones hQns tlw 1 lie tea te t eoraing eoraingMr en enr
Mr Mrs r Maeoft J2 listened llttn The Th rattle rUe of ofhaatlly oft
t tt athtaI b roold 1 1 be plAI plainly b beard ar an and he heI
I 1 hum b haatlly dried rI her eyes e put pt her hanker handkerchief hndker hndkerchltt ¬
chief c < hief In her pocket and prepared pr pared herself herselffor ben1I
I f for to n the comlag meal Five oclotk tea teawas tfdI
I i was W 5 a sT g gtt < eat t solace to Mrs Mason There Therewere Thereerenet
were w erenet ere not many of her grievances which whichheld whIchMid whicheld
I held h eld out before rre that enticing OUc1A cup and andthoee andtOM
t tOM t ho hotbuttered teacakes te eak which cook cookknew cookknew
1 knew k new so welt bow h w to send up to cult her herpalate herpalate
palate p alate And the present grievance was wasno wasno
no fl O exception to the rule It gave way wayunder wa waunder
under u nder the consoling colt l influence of her re reI re reIre
I Ire Ir reshment esnment lment and rte began an to discuss vari various various ¬
ous 0 03 Items pf news with Mary who was wasable a aable
able a ble to enlighten her on one or two im important Important ¬
portant p ontant points which Mrs Mason nson had not notbeen notMen
been b een abl thoroughly to grasp graspMeanwhile srupanwhllc
Meanwhile anwhllc Kitty was not so fortunate fortunateShe fortunateShe
She S he tried trt topic after topic wfth John but butit butIt
it was of no avail He H refused almost almostrudely almostnll1el
rudely nll1el n itlely the tea she offered him him and an sat satand satnd at atand
and a nd glowered at her until she realty real be became became ¬
came c am quite uncomfortable But being belD a agirl arl
girl g irl rl of spirit she determined not to suc succumb suecumb ¬
cumb e to his hl intemper and accordingly accordinglyjoined accordlngijoined accordinglyined
joined jo ined her mother and Mary J r in their con conersation conversAtion
ersation v leaving John to chew his mac mustache mu mutache ¬
tache a che and the cud of his jg reflections In Inpeace InPf
peace Pf p eace ce And Andlo so o he did looking like a athundercloud nthund
thund t thundercloud r CIud the be while whileFour
Four days later Kitty Kltt with boxes and andags
bags b ags of all sizes 51 5 and descriptions was wasucij wasfltfamlng
fltfamlng e ftway 11 to W London feeling try e
loely l ucij rtHu and Infgnlftcant iiifiimniuju nut long before beforeshe betoreshe
she s he had reached the great city ell she had hadthrown
thrown t off these th efe unwelcome uhwel ome feelings t and andwas andwas
I was w ww as refl reflitin reflecting ctinj on tho brilliant future futurewhich futurewhich
which w hich she beIeved b leed lay before her It Itwas Itwas
was w as a very e bright and cheery girl who whovas whoI
I vas w as met at St Pancras by the artist
friend f with whom she was prepared to totfcrorr tothro
tfcrorr thro t hror In her lot When all was said and
done d one Kitty Kltt found great rrot Eolace in the thethought thethought
thought t that if the worst came to the thevorst theorst
vorst w orst and she sh failed there was always
her h er home to go to and md her 00 a year car to
fall f ail bad upon uponThree
II IIThree
Three years have gone one by and nd Kitty Kittyis
is i s still In London She has not tired of ofher other
her h er scheme as her mother prophesied prophesiedand prophealedand
and a nd devoutly hoped hopedshe she would in a amonth nmonth
month m onth but Is more determined determined than ever evarto eVQrto
to t o go on and prosper prosperShe proipehe
She he and Myra Iyra Sinclair are not living in inthe Inthe
the t he rooms where they made their advent adventurcus adventureus
urcus a rcus start for they haw found that thattey thattey
tey t ey can take better and larger apart apartn part partn
n onts < nts as well as a studio which is the thedelight thodelight
delight d of the two girls hearts heartsIt heartsH
It j is in this studio that we find them themone themone
one o ne bright cold December afternoon both bothsitting bothsitting
sitting s close to the fire Myra Ira on the thehearthrug thel1NIrthrug
hearthrug hi with Ith a book in her hand and andKitty andKitty
Kitty K itty oa a low Io chair with her drawing drawingboard drawingboard
board b oard on her lap busily drawing a head heading headIng ¬
ing l ag for a story Kitty Is a born black blackand blackand
and a nd white artist It is a delight to her herto herto
to t o see the ornamental letters letterswhich which are areher areher
her h er chief < hlet work as the demand for them themis themI
is I s so large largegrow grow under fingers and so sodeft
I deft d eft is she that she can still go on with withthem
them t even when the room is filled with withcallers withcallers
I callers c and there Is a continuous buzz buzzof buzzoC
of o f conversation in which she is expected expectedto
to t o join joinMyra joinJra
Myra Jra had let her book drop Into her herlap herlap
lap l ap mid was earnestly earnest1 regarding her herfriend herfriend
friend f as she drew rew Suddenly Suddenl she said saidI
I wonder Kitty if you OU are aware aymre how howvery howvery
very v ery pretty prett you ou have grown lately Not Notthat Notthat
that t hat you ou were rc not always that but there thereis thereIs
is i s something almost bewitching b wltchlng about aboutyou aboutro aboutou
you y ro ou in these days If I did not know knowbetter knowbetter
better b etter I should say sa that there was a alover aloer
lover l over in the case caseKitty I IKitty
Kitty gave such such a start that she he drop dropped droppro droped ¬
pro p ed her board which fell with Ith a crash crashfrom crashrom
fd i from f rom savages the Kanakas display a adeep adecp aeep
t deep d eep love for navjreand its beauties In Inthis Inhis
1 this t his respBit resp t they t1f are n1 unque No rs1 rs1skin rEiskin r1kin
skin s kin Is recoiled r I d ns having nvm had a flower flowergarden tloVJergarden flowerarden
I garden g arden awl ru Aslr ArIrmcc nice Dahomeyan or orCongo orougo
Congo C < ougo oinnbal was ever er known to make makeouquets makeouquets
bouquets b ouquets wreaths u ath and 3r garlands arands Every EeryKanakn EveryKanaka
kanaka Kanaka has c fOr slut in his heqrt for fo foflowers forowers
j flowers fl owers Wlion 1J1 lie waks along the road roadhe roa roahe roade
he h e never lops ff the jefc ica5 CtI s of blossoms as asdoes asoes
J does d oes the Ansooaxon An loaxo1 On the contrary contraryho contrryho contraryo
j ho h o is liable to 5tcp stCi ana help a flower tl flowp er or orbush orush
bush b ush which hn > been beater h tter down by b wind windt windOt
or o r rain I recall two stalwart Hawallans Hawallanswho Hawallanswho Hawatiansho
who w ho stopped ono n lay upon l on the road and andworked andworked andworked
worked Indl1 industriously rlom II 5a 1 tying up some somelilies someIIJl someihits
j lilies IIJl l s and tuberoses which had h d fallen or orbeen areen r rbeen
i been b een thrown io the ground They rhc got gotlong gotlong gotong
long l ong sticks drove tlcm into the soil soilraised otl otlaised
raised r the stems and tied them with withIsps Withisps
i wisps Isps of straw or with strong vines to tothe tothe tohe
j the t he pole The wearing welIlm of strings of ort tube tubeoses Jbe Jberoses
roses r oses opopanaxw opopanllx1 msfs and hcliotrooo hellotrooaround hehiotroocround
around a the hat or like a huge necklace necklacearound necklacear necklaceround
i around ar a und the neck and hanging down the theshirt theshirt thehirt
j shirt s hirt bosom Is universal More fore striking
i still s till Is The hG use ns of feathers for decorative decorativepurposes decomaUveurposes
j purposes p The commonest phase Is eeen seenn
1 In i n hatliands and vest est ornaments consist consistof
of o < f the eyes and plumes of peacocks tails taUsaboot
nbont a hont the most brilliant combination combindtionof combindtionofolors of ofcolors ofcolors
colors c iatiire rat re e presents presentsIluvrrr WtsentsFluUlril arceentsliwera
Iluvrrr and Feathers FenthcrsOtller FeathersOther
Other cayly rh tinted feathers are popular popularor
j for f or decorative d
oraUe purposes among both men menand mennd
j and a nd women women In front of every hotel are areleddters areetldiera
peddlers p etldiera with strings of odorous flowers flowersand flowersnd
and a nd every steamer which goes out is iscrowded istrowde Isrowded
crowded c < with flower sellers for two hours hoursbefore hoursbefore hoursefore
i before b efore the warning warnln bell sounds The old 0111Erlish oldEnglish
j English custom of going aMaylng a la lng Is gen general general genra
eral e ra throughout the Islands Women omen and andchildro andhilfiron
children c go into the fields and groves and andthere andthere andhere
j there t pick blossoms by hundreds They Theyasten
j fasten f asten them Into their hair weave we w ave c them themInto themnto
j Into I nto wreathes and festoons and tack them the1to them themo
to t o their holokus until each and all aUsu aUsuest sus susgest suoest
gest g est the Goddess Flora In the zenith zentih of ofher oiler ofer
her h er prosperity Every Kanakas home Is IsLowered h hootcrro Isowered
j Lowered b with bushes vines and trees treesand tree treeamI treesnd
and a nd their gardens are a maze of color and andperfume nndperfume anderfume
perfume p erfume Hawaii might appropriately be becalled bealled
called c the Land of Flowers or the King Kingdom Kingora
dom d ora of Flower Lovers LoversPhyMcwlly loversPh LoversPhyimlly
Ph PhyMcwlly IClllb the th Kanaka Is a model The Themen Themen Themen
l men and women are built upon more gen genorouR genOrOjR genmois
orouR e < mois lines than other races This Is es esetally s spe
1 pectally pe p tall the case with the women who at atsixteen atslxteln atixteen
sixteen s suggest sugge t the Venus de MIlo l1Jo or the thaOlympian theOlympian
Olympian < Juno rather than Diana I do donot doot
i not n ot remember ever seeing an a Hawaiian HawaiianDiana HawaIIanDiana HawailadDiana
1 Diana They Th pass from plump childhood chlIdhoiolInto childhoodnto
I into nto massive ma ie womanhood without entering enteringthe entarlngthe enteringhe
t the t he state stR so common common to our own race oJ oJSraceful ofraceful f
I graceful g raceful slenderness slen frness They are not flat flatnor lintor
i nor n or flabby ftnbb Their tissue tls ue Is good ood health healthful healthul
i ful f ul muscle and It Is firm as that of a Vas Vassar Vasar
J sar s ar athlete This is largely due to their theiroutofdoor theirutofdoor
outofdoor o < life They The love to stroH to toride torIde
ride r ide horseback to ollmb the hills to wan wanar
dor d ar through the forests to saunter or trot trotalong trotalong
f along a long the heath and to breast the waves wavesTheir wavesheir avos avosTheir
Their T heir swimming is of a more vigorous vig vigOibulype tu tuhpe
t type t ype than that which prevails at Newport NewportConey NewportConci
Coney < Inland and Long Branch They The Thesvhri Theywim
s swim s far out out either fighting the breakers breakersor
or O r dlvin diving through them and then they the theturn theyurn
turn t urn and either with or without a surf surfoard
j board b come swiftly into the shore shoreA shorei
A nice P ice If I S witiiiner witiiinerTo humf > r rTo
To nee a gn grop > of them springing sprln n up as asbreaker 13 13a
a breaker recedes their blueblack hair hairshining hairshlnln hairhining
shining shlnln s like black crystals crJ ttIA their eyes eyeasparkling eYfdspsrkllnc eyesperklin
sparkling s perklin ther olive ohiv cheeks naming finnHn with withrod withrod wIthed
l rod r ed and their superb muscles quivering quiveringin
in i n the clear sunlight makes a picture of otwondrous ofwondrous
wondrous beauty hettut The Kanaka woman of oftoday ottod1 ofoday
today tod1 t Is well educated reads reads writes wrlt and andthinks andthlRb andhlnha
thinks t Her literary standards are not as ashigh ashigh
high as they the might be nor does she glory glory1ft gloryn
In i n intellectual Inlen tual work She regards educa edulatJon educaion
tton t ion as a necessity n esIiJt rather than a pleasure plensureWhen pleasureben
When ben she has ha gone through the pro preC1tbtd proerhtied
scribed s courses of study In the common commonIIdt commoncud
school IIdt o1 and a d hl hhh h school she he glories in It Itvery itvery
very ntirh as the little little girl does who turns turnsout turnsout turnsout
out her Am cake After graduation she shednts sherot
does rot road na raueh urh nor does she = keep al altogether aItflKetb altcgether ¬
together tflKetb r in touch with the progress p of th the theuid thewtnld
werkl uid but she he is i always gentle affection atrectlonAte affectionate
ate Ate courteous tOurtNlU and considerate At time timeshe tlmfAhe timesshe
she he Is a trifle emoUonal but in the main mainshe mainshe mainshe
she Is CAlm without Ithout being phlegmatic 1O 1OJ sorene e ef
f rene ne and joyous joY UfI She makes mak s a ci pleasant pleunntcolRp pleasantcompnIon
j companion colRp nloa and infuses an element of light 1Ihtnet lightand
i and net happinexs into the utmofcphore In re reant N
JItOUfl matt matters rs the Jaaltuns are tOler
i ant to R high hhd degree ree The larger part are
Protestants thajika to the numerous mis misstoaaries ml misilonanles
stoaaries j who no have labored labor In their eoun eountry eoUfttr country
try tr for ninety nIRet posit A few are Roman
Catholic and quite a number oddly oddlyenough oddlycnoush oddlyenough
i enough are Morprone loflftOn8ARORERITA tortnousMU1OflRlTA
into Int o the funtien tltl er She quichly stooped to topick topick tOk
pick pic k it up W bit era not before her friend had hadseen badlIeen hadn
seen see n the flush vhieh hleb bad dyed her usual usually uunlIy usualpale ¬
ly pale face How t mm n you OU talk such suchnonierse suchnonense authacense
nonierse nonense no acense MyraT Myra Iyra or she said rather pulltlly pulltllyit guilUlymust
it must be confessed confessedHumph cenreslWHumph confessedJiumph
Humph answered Myra lm Im not notc so socertain sotain
certain c cer rtaln tain about Its being beln nonsense T1on tue I dont dontsee dontlite dentwhy
see why Vb you should have gives a start stnrtlike startJ1ke starte
like iik e that and turned the color of a t bail bailed bWl1 bWl1eel boillobster ¬
ed lobster If there tll e was nothing in my mylittle mytle I
little lit tle suggestion Who Is It It Kltiy KJt ray raygirl ll llglrlT nipl nipyra
girl glrlT l
Myra M yra received re elvfd a shock when tha th usually usuallygoodtetnpered usun1tyGoodtempered usuallyodtempered
goodtetnpered go Kitty Jumped tip from her herchair herchair lienir
chair cha ir and saying sharply I wish y yeu yeuwould poiluld U Uwould
would wo uld learn to mind your own business businessMyra busJu busJuIyra businessra
Myra My Iyra ra left the room shutting the doer doerwith 40erwith doorth
with wi th a decided slam slit leaving Myra bier IJrerally UrerlIy
all ally lIy y gasping in astonishment astonishmentWell Rstonle astonishmentWell ment mentWen
Well she ejaculated to to herself he 1f when whenshe Vhenshe whene
she sh e had somewhat recovered from her heramazement heramazement herazement
amazement amazement am azement there Is a man in it Now Nowwhoever Nowwhoever Nowoever
whoever wh oever can It be beAfter beT beTArter befter
After A fter a few minutes reflection ren cuon an Idea Ideaseemed IJ ilamed A Aseemed
seemed see med to strike her Can it be that thatgoodlooking thatgoodJooklng thatodlooking
goodlooking go odlooking man she met when she first firstwent firstwent firstnt
went we nt io o the Herald office fficeNoW Now I come cometo comethink ome ometo
to think of It she has never mentioned mentionedhim menUotedhim mentionedm
him hi m since although I am quite certain certainshe certainsh certaine
she sh e sies eS him whenever she goes Ie It Is Isa Isn isbad
a a bad sign a very bad sign l D when a girlleaves girlJel girl girtves
leaves lea ves eg off talking about a mm mm and andMyra andyra nd ndra
Myra M yra ra looked solemnly into the fire and andshook andshook andook
shook sh ook her head sagely sagelyMeanwhile sagelyMeanwhiie
Meanwhile ieanwhlle Kitty in the privacy pr acy of her herown b hern r ron
own o n room room was taking nerself n rlJelt angrily to totask totask tok
task tas k for letting herself be so 10 disturbed at atMyras attlras atras
Myras My ras jesting remarks remarksCan rtmarksCan remarksCan
Can it be possible sble that T hava thought thoughtso thll thaughtmuch ht htso
so much mu h about Mr r Howard that tha it has hasmade hasmade haSde
made ma de a difference In my looks Idiot that thatI UJlit UJlitI thatm
I am a m when I know that he means noth nothing nO1 nO1Ing nothby ¬
ing by b his attentions I oughtto ought to O be grate grateful grateful gratel ¬
ful fu l to Myra ra for opening my eyes e but butsomehow butom butmehow
somehow so om mehow how Im not All the same I 1 will willput wIllput wfllt
put pu t an an end to my idiocy whatever hap happens haptens hapns ¬
pens pensAccordingly tensAc pe ns nsAccordingly
Accordingly Ac < ordlngl the next morning Kitty Kittywas I7ftt I7fttwas Kittys
was wa s on her wjiy to o the Herald office with witha withparcel
a parcel of sketches which had been or ordered ordared orred ¬
dared do red by the editor The editor of the theHerald theHerald therald
Herald He rald was her herbest best customer he thought thoughtvery thoughtver thoughtry
very ver ve ry highly hlghl of Her work and was willing nUng
to take as much muchas as she could do and pay paywell pa pawell
well we ll far It too In I spite of tnls however howeverKitty howe howevertty r rKilt
Kitty Kilt Ki tty determined dltermJn that she would give up upentirely upentirely
entirely en tirely supplying the Herald with sketch pketchcs tketchest sketchand
cs est Csfa and a d so tear herself away from the thefascinations thefascinations thescinaUons
fascinations fa of the editor for that was wasthe wasthe wase
the th e post which Mr Ir Howard held heldIt hcllIt lieu lieut
It I t came as an unwelcome shock to her herto herto herdiscover
to discover discover that she had nearly given givenaway givenawa givenay
away awa aw ay her heart to one o e who had never neversuggested neersuggested neverggested
suggested su ggested that she should do O 30 and andshe andshe ande
she sh e was determined that howc 110wcer er hard hardshe hardshe harde
she sh e would cure herself of her folly follrfor follrforfolly fohlyorly for forfolly
folly fol ly she termed It itbefore before it became bec me too loolate toolate tooe
late lat e She had always considered herself herselfproof herseltproof herselfoof
proof pr oof against love and lovers holding up upto upto
to herself and others the maxim that thatgirls thatglTls thatrls
girls gt rls should oarve out a line for them themselves themeles them themves ¬
selves sel ves and be Independent And An her hor horror horror horr ¬
ror ro r was great and her pride humbled as assho 2Bshe ase
she sh e reflected retl rted that she hud done herself herselfwhat herselfwhalshe herselfatshe
what whalshe wh atshe she had so despised i iA others othersShe othersShe othershe
She S he most sincerely slncerel hoped thatshe tliat she would wouldnot wouldnot wouldt
not no t meet Mr Ir Howard this morning morning She Shewas Shewas Sheas
was w as much earlier than tha usual and trusted trustedshe trustedshe trustede
she sh e would get her business business over with the theart theart thet
art ar t editor before Charlie Cbarhi Howard made madehis madehis mades
his hi s appearance appearanceBut appearanceBut appearanceBut
But she was disappointed The art artedl artedltor edi editor edir ¬
tor to r upon hearing her announcement that thatshe thatshe thate
she sh e would not be able to undertake any anymore anymore anyore
more m ore work for them tried so hard to toturn toturn torn
turn tu rn her from her resolution that she was waswith waswith wasth
with wi th lilm for quite an hour before she shecould shecould sheuld
could co uld make him believe that her decision decisionwas decisionwas decisionas
was w as final and as she was ias hurrying out outof outof outthe
of the vestibule v stlbule congratulating herself herselfupon herseltupon herselfon
upon up on having managed so nicely who whoshould whoshould whoould
should sh ould come leisurely walking in but the theone theone thee
one on e man above all others that she did didnot didnot didt
not no t desire to meet meetGood meeLGood meetGood
Good morning Miss fss Mason fason said he heraising heraising heIsing
raising ra Ising his hat and holding out his hand handwhither handwhither handhither
whither whither w hither away in such haste h3jte and why so soearly soearly sorly
early earlyHe earlyHe ea rly I IIIe
He was a fine goodlooking man with a I I
fund of spirits which hardly erer seemed seemedto seemedto etmedto
to desert dOlerthlm him He had ba a flourishing fu future future itstune ¬
ture before him too which made him himTtlO arem
TORT rem desirable t lllible object i tO a t1 great many of ofhis orhis ofhis
his young lady friend B Beside sldes b belru belruc1ltor belaceditor lnj lnjeditor
editor of the Herald he was rapidly milk making milkIng inaklag ¬
ing hIs way in the field of literature He Hewas Hewas liewas
was ambitious and enthusiastic enthulIas C and this thishad thishad thishad
had had h a great deal to do with the thefriendship tbefrlen4h1J thetnieadsbi
friendship tnieadsbi which bad sprung up between betweenhimself betweenbJIDEeiC betweenhimself
himself and Kitty KittyHe KittyHe KittyHe
He had been very fery much taken with her herfrom berCrom hemfront
from his first acquaintance e wth her but butno butno butno
no Straus thoughts of marriage had pos possessed peasessed ¬
sessed 8 hiD although ortce or twice of oflate otlate oflate
late It had flashed through him that If Ifever Ifever ifever
ever he did commit the Indiscretion 1nd netion of ofmarrying otrnatryihg ofmarrying
marrying what a nice companionable lit little 1Ittie littie ¬
tie wife Wtt Kitty would make mak He turned turnednnta turnedntI turnedtnI
nnta t tnI ntI walked alongthe a1 ng tM street with her as ashe ashe ashe
he asked again where she was going and andwhy andwhy andwhy
why she was W3 so unusually unuEUal1 early and was wasmuch WI1Smuch wasmuch
much surprised that 50 innocent a ques question question question ¬
tion should cause the generally selfpos selfpossessed seltpose selfposseased ¬
sessed e ed Kitty so much uneasiness uneasinessier uneaqlnessI uneasinessIerthought
ier I Ierthought rthought thought I would like an early earlywalk etrlywalk earlywalk
walk Mr lr Howard she replied repH at last laststammerlngly laststammerlngb lashstammeringly
stammerlngly And AndnI r I am not going goinganywhere goinganhere goinganywhere
anywhere But pray hastily hastli do not notlet notlet notlet
let me detain you youHe youHe 00 00He
He stared at her for a moment and andthen andthen andthen
then burst into a haarty laugh Why WhyMiss Why11s WhyMiss
Miss 11s Mason he said what is the mat matter matter matter ¬
ter with you OU and why are you ou not going goinganywhere goinganjwbere goinganywhere
anywhere and what hate I done to be bedismissed bedismissed bedismissed
dismissed so abruptly And when I have havenot havenot havenot
not seen you for three days either Come Comelet Comelet Comelet
let us take a stroll In the park this nice nicebright nicebrigbt nicebright
bright morning and see if we e cannot cannotspirit cannot1plrft cannotspirit
spirit away awa the cobwebs which are evi evidently evldenUr evidently ¬
dently clouding your our mind mindHe mindHe mindHe
He spoke banteringly and never doubt doubting doubtIng doubtlag ¬
ing that she would do as ashe he suggested suggestedbut suggestedbut suggestedbut
but to his unmitigated amazement Kitty Kittyhastily Kittyho8U1 Kittyhastily
hastily ho8U1 exclaimed I cannot possibly possiblyMr possiblyIr possiblyMr
Mr Ir Howard I have an appointment at atlZ
12 and I must keep It Here is my bus busGood busGood busGood
Good morning and before Howard had hadgrasped hadgraiiptr hadgrasped
grasped the situation she was gone leav leaving leavIn baylug ¬
lug In him standing stockstill on the pave pavement pnement pavemeat ¬
ment staring starin after tter the retreating ve vehicle vehicle yehide ¬
hicle hicleJove hicleJove hideJove
Jove thats a chokeoffr he h muttered mutteredwhen m1tteretlwhen matteredwhen
when he had recovered himself What Whatever V1hatever Whatever ¬
ever can have cpme come to my pretty pretty1lttIe pretty1lttIeKitty little littleKitty littleKitty
Kitty Walt alt until I see you again miss misshe mIsshe misshe
he continued addressing addressln an Imaginary ImaginaryKitty Imi imaginaryKitty fnnr fnnrKltt
Kitty Kltt before him and nd Ill have it ont ontwith ontwJth oatwith
with you youBut youBut youBut
But the weeks went by b and his oppjor oppjortunity oppor opportunity opportunity
tunity never came to have it out with withKitty withKitty withKitty
Kitty She took care < are never to come into intohis Intohis Intohis
his way wa and as he did not know her ad address addressKilt addressKitty ¬
dress dressKilt dressKitty Kitty never having invited him to tothe tothe tothe
the little at homes which she and andMyra andIra andMyra
Myra Ira often held heldhe he was not able to find findher findher findher
her out or communicate with her He was wassurprised wassurprised wassurprised
surprised to learn how mueh he missed missedher missedher mIssedher
her and how often she was wa lit hir hirthoughts hi hithoughts litithoughts
thoughts and at last he never went out outwithout out outwithout outwithout
without scanning each bus and car and andhansom andhansom andhansom
hansom as they passed him in the hope hopethat hopethat hopethat
that he could discover her herLife herLite herLife
Life went on as usual with the two twogirls twogirls twogirls
girls Myra rn discreetly refrained from frommaking trommaking frommaking
making any remark when Kitty an announced announced announced ¬
nounced that she had given Glv n up her work workfor worktor workfor
for the Herald and was going to look lookfor lookfor lookfor
for better markets but she surmised that thather thather thather
her guess had been correct and that thatKitty thatnitty thatIiitty
Kitty had lost her heart to Mr Howard Howardand Howardand Howardand
and often speculated Io o herself as to how howthe ho hothe how howthe
the matter would end endKitty endIlL
Kitty and Myra had just settled down downagain downagain downagain
again to their work ork after a months holi holiday hol1day hohiday ¬
day at Kittys northern home Myra Myrahad lJrahad Myrahad
had been persuaded by b her friend to tospend tospfnd tospend
spend the month of August at Skipton Sklptonand Skiptonand Skiptonand
and to Myra nl at least the time had sped spedonly spedonly spedonly
only too quickly quicklyKittys quicklyKittys quinklyKittys
Kittys mother had hasI become reconciled reconciledto
to her daughters absence from home homenay h homenay me mena
nay na more had even been heard to boast boastof boastof boastof
of her achievements in London to ad admiring admlrinS admiring ¬
miring and envious friends She had hadfound hadfound hadfound
found a treasure in the shape of a bright brightyoung brightoung brightyoung
young oung girl whom she had engaged as ascompanion ascompanion ascompanion
companion to herself and who ho was in inalmost inalmost
almost every way wa much more congenial I
The backs of our gawns Inl are now co re reeelvfng elving truth attention This one shows showsthis showsthis showsthis
this feature and another novelty whteh la of course a a refival tho basque basqueThis basqueThis
This one of black satin overlaid with guipure has sleeves and u ueoitea wntw nlu front end
back of planted aousseUno tnou Unu strappings of black velvet ribbon decorate the back backonly b1ekonly tcakonly
only The front Is In a Ion lo console shape lb p
to her than her own daughter Sho pos possessed pas8eed peascased ¬
I sessed no tiresome Ur me cravings after fame fameshe tameshe fameshe
she took a sympathetic Interest in the thelatest theJlitc thelatest
latest t bit of scandal or gossip and best bestof bestot bestof
of aiu au could listen for ar nil length of time timeto tlm tlmto timeto
to Mrs Masons decidedly garrulous con conversation cone conversaflon ¬
versation e aUon without appearing apP rln in the least leastbored leastboroo leastbored
bored The Th acquisition of this treasure trfasu trfasuc treasuacc treasureconduced
conduced c lDduced greatly to the enjoyment of ofKitty ofKitty ofKitty
Kitty and Myra Iym during durin their months monthsetay monthsstar mouthsstay
star with Mrs trs Mason ll1l 8n > although it must mustbe mustbe mustbe
be confessed that Kitty was wasyearning 85 yearning to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return to London long before their time timewas timewM timewas
was up upShe upiihe upShe
She had never once onc seen Charles How Howard Howard 110wand ¬
ard since lnce that memorable morning In De December December December ¬
cember when as she expressed It to her herself herselt herself ¬
self she had made such a fool of hor horgelf horEelL barself
self And she was Intensely mortified to tofind tofind tofind
find that she he could not forget him It is isa fan ina
a mercy she more than once soliloquiz soliloquized ollIoqulzed ¬
ed that I had the courage to break with withhim withhim withhim
him before he could have any Idea of how howI hoVoI
I felt about him But she still smarted smartedunder smartedunder smartedunder
under the humlllaUn humiliating < knowledge that she shecared shecared shecared
cared for a man who only onlythought thought of her heras heras heras
as a pleasant and congenial companion companionwho companionwho companionwho
who had passed pas ed out of his life and who whowas whoaseaslly whowas
was aseaslly easily replaced replacedShe replacedShe replacedShe
She had not felt any an 111 effects by giving givingup ghlngup givingup
up her Herald work orJt Very V soon after she shehad shehad shehad
had become known to the proprietors of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Star publications publl atlons and so numerous numerouswere numerouswere numerouswere
were they and andso 50 so wel did she sb please the theowners tbeowners theowners
owners that she was kept quite busy by bythem b bthem bythem
them alone aloneMyra aloneIra aloneMyta
Myra Ira shesaid one on morning two days daysafter da daatter daysafter
after their return ret rn from fr m Skipton I really reallymust rean reanmust reallymust
must go and see Mr Ir Morton orton about these thesenew thesenew thesenew
new sketches he wants His letter is so sodelightfully sodellghUuIl sodelightfully
delightfully vague gue tha than I cannot exactly exactlyunderstand exactlyunderstanl1 exactlyunderstand
understand what he wants wantsMr waotslr wantsMr
Mr lr Morton opton was the editor of the Star Starand Starand Starand
and it was as with him that Kitty transact transacted tramacteel transacted ¬
ed all the business connected with her hersketches her5ket hersketches
sketches 5ket < hes for the numerous periodicals periodicalswhich pcrioJlcalswhich perioJicalswhich
which were Issued from the Star Star office officeWell offleeWell hlce hlceWell
Well dear answered Myra yrt why wh not notgo notgo notgo
go now now It Is a lovely morning and it itTI11 itTUl Itnih
TI11 do you OU food to go out Besides you youseem youseem OU OUseem
seem so restless that I shall be quite glad gladto gl3dto gladto
to get rid of you ou for a whlje so that I can canget canget canget
get on with my own work without so somany somany somany
many interruptions interruptionsOh
Oh Indeed Ind ed laughed Kitty so o you youwant youwant youwant
want to get rid of me Ire a good mind mindto mindto mindto
to stay in all the morning and annoy anno you youBut rouBut youBut
But on second thoughts I will go out I Isimply Islmpl Isimply
simply slmpl must see Mr Ir Morton and I may mayas mn mnas mayas
as well go now as any in other time timeAccordingly timeA timeAccordingly
Accordingly A cordlnglr half an hour later Kittys Kittyswelldressed Kittswelldressed KIttyswelldressed
welldressed little figure passed into the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street She always dressed well but this thismorning thismorning thismorning
morning she looked particularly dainty daintyand dalnt50nnd daintyand
and many man admiring glances wero sent aft after after af t ten ¬
er her as she slowly passed down the road roadruminating rondruminating roadruminating
ruminating as to whether she should take taken
a hansom or patronize the humble bus In Inorder Inorder inorder
order to get to her destination destinationIt
It seems horrible extravagant to take takea
a hansom she mused but really reall the thabuses thobuseslook thebuselook
buses buseslook look so hot and dusty dust and In this thisgetup thtsgetup thisgetup
getup I foel so fetching that I should shouldlike shouldlIke shouldlike
like to keep so at least till I get to the theoffice theoffice the0111cc
office So extravagant or not I think I Iwill 1will Iwill
will allow myself the luxury of the th han hansom hansom hansom ¬
som somSo somSo
0 So saying and without giving herself herselftime hprsetttime herselftime
time to repent she hailed a passing pa sln han hansom hansom hansom ¬
som and very er soon found herself outside outsidethe outsldothe outsidethe
the offices of the Star StarIs StarIs StarIs
Is Mr Morton at liberty Jlbert she acked ackedone atkedone anlccdone
one of the clerks who happened to be bepassing tepassing hepassing
passing out as she went in inMr Inr inMr
Mr r Morton left a fortnight ago an answered nnswered answered ¬
swered he looking at her in surprise surpriseBut surprIseBut surpriseBut
But of course cOJrse he added hastily you youwouldnt youwouldnt OU OUwouldnt
wouldnt know Miss 1IS Mason ason for youve youvebeen youvebeen ouvc ouvcbeen
been out of town havent you youYes youYes ou ouYes
Yes Kitty replied Cut I am sorry sorryto sortto sorryto
to hear about Mr Ir Morton Where Wher has he hegone hegone hegone
gone goneOn
On to the Moon oon answered the clerk clerkBut clerkBut clerkBut
But weve got a smart uptodat man manin manIn manin
in his place Miss Mason lson and I think thl thinkyou thinkyouwill k you youwill ou ouwill
will like him as well as Mr r Morton MortonShall MortonShall IortonShall
Shall I tell him you would like to see seehim seehim seehim
him himYes
Yes please said Kitty feeling very verymuch verymuch
much mu h annoyed at this new arrangement I
Rhode Islands Perambulat Perambulating Perambulatiug PerambnlatingI1ace ¬
ing ingI1ace Place of Worship WorshipCHURCH WorshipCUURCll WorshipclIurtdll
Twenty Yoke of Oxen Draw This Queer QueerHouse QueerDouse 000crHouse
House of Worship to toDifferont Different Spots on ontho 00tho ontho
tho Island of Conaiilcnt In Order to toReach tonencb toRenchi
Reach the Scattered People leoilleXovcl Novel Idea Ideaof leIIDnf Ideaof
of hustling I Pastor stor Who ho Improves Upon Upontho Uponthe Uponlisa
the Scriptural Scrl11tura1ll1Junctlon Injunction
Jamestown Conanicut Island R L LAug I Iug IAug
Aug ug 14 14Rellglous Religious zeal has improved on onthe onthe onthe
the Scriptural Injunction to so o into the thehighways thehlghwas thehighways
highways and byways and compel sinners sinnersto sinnersto sinnersto
to attend church The moDern zealot zealotbrings zial zealdtbrings t tbrings
brings a movable church to the highway highwayand highwayand highwayand
and byway byta wanderer and saves him the thetrouble thetroublo thetrouble
trouble of walking The leader in this thisnew thisnew thisnew
new method of lifting the church out of ofa ofa
a rut is the Rev Re Charles Earl Preston Prestonwho Pristonwho Prestonwho
who is in charge of St Matthews Church Churchon Churchon Churchon
on this Island Churches are few and far farbetween tathe farbetween
between he tween and the people whom the good goodminister goodminister goodminister
minister wishes to reach are scattered nIl allover nIlover nilover
over the island One church is sufficient sufficientfor sumelemfor sufficientfor
for the theinhabltlnt5 inhabitants of several square squaremiles squlrcmiles squarcmiles
miles but they will not come to church churchTherefore churchTherefore churchTherefore
Therefore the only thing to do is to take takethe takethe takethe
the church to them But how Necessi Necessity Necessity Necossity ¬
ty In this emergency conceived the Idea Ideaof Ideaot ideaof
of a movable church and the Idea t6ok t6oktangible tbo tbotangible tboktangible
tangible shape In a structure that has hasjust hnsJUBt hasjust
just made its first trip drawn by a team teamof tromot teemof
of oxen loaned by the plou farmers of ofthis o othis ofthis
this locality localityTho 10cn1It 10cn1ItTho localityThe
Tho building which is the invention of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Rev Mr r Preston Is not a structure structureof
of minute mlnu e proportions but a pretentious pretentiousedifice pretcntlousedifice pretentiousedifice
edifice the furnishings of which alone alonecost alonecost alonecost
cost nOOO 3000 The audience room of the thechurch thechurch thechurch
church measures 18 by b 27 feet and the th fur furniture fUrniture furalture ¬
niture Is elaborate and beautiful The
building is mounted on a set of wheels wheelssubstantial wheelssubstantial heela heelasubBtantinl
substantial enough to safely bear the theweight theweight theweight
weight of the structure and with tires tireswide tireswIde tireswide
wide enough to pass readily over any anysoft anysott anysoft
soft parts J ts that thft may be encountered on ontho
the th roadway Tho first Journey of the thezrovabe therrovablo thezrovablo
zrovabe church was as mado without acci ¬
dent cr Injury to the building The peo people poorle peone ¬
ple ne assembled In great numbers to see the thechurch thechlich thechurch
church started on onits its tour Men Ien and oxen oxencame ox oxcome oxincame
came from Mlddletown and from tho thonorthern thooorthEn thenorthern
northern part of the rh Inland blnn 1 l where all the thenative thenative thenative
native oxen are owned and after being beingattached beingattached beingattached
attached to the chapel wore ready for the thestart thetArt thestart
start tArt There were twenty of these an ancient ancleat ¬
cient benat of burden In line Mr C H
Consdon of o Rhode Island was the th mac ¬
tar of ceremonies
Church nil ri the t tii hI llnad llnadThe JnudThe IacdThe
The rear wheels of the chapel cbap t had been
slightly elevated upon planks and as
lOOn oon aj a the breaks were off the building
began to move m e almost before the oxen
had hadlltralghtened straightened the chain The bell JI JIVU
waa VU struck and 00 the little building grace ¬
fully rolled ioto West street and after
being I palled through the s soft f t era crass ground
turned up Cole street anSI a rounded Into IntoarraganseU
Narragansett arraganseU avenue Down the tn remain r mlo
big length of o NarraganseU arragRnsett avenue rolled
the church the tones of the bell peeling lInK
out merrily The 1h doors and window wJftllo of
dwellings were filled with eager faces facesand tac05and facesand
and the ftidcwalk were at time time crowded crowdedwith eromledwith crowdedwith
with anxious persona raOJ1JJ who wanted to tonew IV < >
new Jt how w the thing would ould go o The first stop
m mu1e de was 9 at a point where It wait wag nece necejury ntBaGfT necessony
jury to wait for a lineman ln man to cut ut a guy guywire Ju Juwire guwire
wire wire which had cawed the color to be beexpodltiously tfeeX lieexpoditlotisly
expodltiously eX 6CUtiotusly lowered Another halt wax waxmde Wulm8de wasm1e
mde noon after but this time It wan to toremove to1Imove toremove
remove the thedetaehabic detachable cross ero andiball to tothat JtOthat sothat
that tile spire plre could pass under the tele telephone telepbone ISISphone ¬
phone wires wiresA wlre1A wiresA
A lineman seated s tod himself upon the bet belfry betfry be befry ¬
fry and raided one by one the many manymain Manymain manymain
main wires Ires In place m1aces face where they crows the theroadway theroodway theroadway
roadway until all such uelr obstruction had hadbeen hadbeen badbeen
been successfully passed passedOnce passedOnce
Once clear of thjj town to up hill and
down dQ dale rolled the movable church the thenature thonatuft thenature I
nature of t th the roadway occasionally o ulopally necea nec s
And Just when I had cot so o used to Mr MrMorton MrMorton Ir Irorron
Morton orron and he to me However I shant shantput shantput shantput
put up with any nonsense from this tJa s Bow Bowman MWman newman ¬
man she added a tled to t9 t herself as lb she he Al Allowed t4 t4lowed I Il ¬
l lowed wed the clerk upstairs upstairsMiss upstairsUss upstairs3llas
Miss Uss Mason announced nnnou c d he he throwing throwlasopen throv1R throv1Rop throwingopen
open op n a door and Kitty hor heart neW neWwell bttk1well heldwell
well up In the be air > nd In her nuyst m4 < t tnUled dig dignified digaided ¬
aided manner marched Into the room roomA roemA roomA
A wellgroomed head tmkrtl up from a adesk ndosk adesk
desk and Kitty allowing her gaze to todescend todoend todescend
descend on it dropped both her J MM MMsbade MUIsbade soncbade
sbade nnd her dignity and gasped g sptd 11Howard Mr MrHoward Ir IrHoward
Howard Howard He sprang spmn from his chair bIdr with withhand withhand withhand
hand outstretched outstrete oo and taking takln hrs ex exclaimed 6Xclaimed exclaimed ¬
claimed Why Wb its Kitty What nave naveyou have JIeQyou haveyou
you ben doing all tte theM thee months Ive Ivelooked Ivelooked Ivelooked
looked for you everywhere everywhereKitty oerywhereKitty everywhereKitty
Kitty sank into the chair he placed pJa t 1Jr 1Jrh ar arher r rher
her h r and so astounded IIstoundNldld did site fed tfit tfither rlt rlther st sther
her sudden and unexpected unoxlt 1 raeethi mettllq TvJUi TvJUithe s4th s4ththe I 1 1tho
the man she had evaded eadedio so long that < no noentirely 1Qentirely aoentirely
entirely forget to rebuke him for his hisunnecessary hts htsunnecessary h hunnecessary
unnecessary familiarity In addressing addresst her herby herby hemby
by her Christian name and even fpttad fpttadherself fpttltdhersel fptaadherself
herself making makln some labored explanation explanationas explanaftas
as to her whereabouts wh reabouts for th the las last b bmonths 11 11months Iamonths
months with a meekness whiqlk wovfd wovfdhave U woulhave td tdbae
have caused Myra a shock had she been beenthere beenthere beenthere
there to see seeThe sceThe seeThe
The tables wete completely turned Th Thnaturally The Ihenaturalb Thenaturally
naturally reliant and selfpoMosOd Kitty Kittywas Klt Kltas Kittywas
was as replaced by b a shy h ami am selfconsciousgirl Hltconsc1oulgJrJ selfconscious solfconsciocsgirl
girl who looked as If she would hivo hivogiven haQglen hvogiven
given ten pounds poundsto to Be outside the door dorwhile dOflOWhU doorwhil
while WhU Charlie Howard sat opposite h hhis her herhis herhis
his languid manner entirely entlrel disappeared disappearedand
and a smile of Intense Intcn e satisfaction oa o his hlaface hisface hisface
face as he reflected that he had found his htefascinating hlBfasclnatinSf hisfascinating
fascinating little Kitty again and n d that ho howould hIould hewould
would ould know kno the reason why If he allowed allowedher nllowedher nilowolher
her to leave Je le this time without him as an anescort ane anescort
escort escortKitty e cortKltttound escortKitty
Kitty Kltttound found his Joyful scrutiny rather rathcrembarrassing raUicremborrasslrig ratherembarrassing
embarrassing anti made de a noblo effort to topull topull 0 0pull
pull herself together and regain her lost lostdignity lostdignity lostdignit
dignity dignityI dignit dignitI
I had no Idea she Mid at last that thatyou thatOU thatyou
you OU hail replaced 3lr tr Morton MortonNo MortodNo orton ortonXo
No said Charlie laughing Im sure sureyou sure sureyou shreyou
you hadnt or you OU wouldnt have coma comrwould com comwould comawould
would you youKitty youKitty ou ouKltt
Kitty felt herself turning a brlllfant reJ reJat reJat rehat
at this thrust and Charlie went on onWhy onWhy onWhy
Why did you ou give up the Herojd and andwhy andwhJ andwhy
why did you give me my conge In such suchhurl a ahurry ahurry
hurry the last time I met you I wonder wonderIf onder onderIt
If you OU have any an idea how much I have havemissed havemissed
missed you ou and of how 1 have trampodthe trampOflthe tramped trampedthe
the streets with Ith the th hope ho of ofseelng seeing yo yoKitty you youKitty u uKltt
Kitty Kltt looked so disturbed at these the lead leadIng leadIng leadlag
Ing questions that he graciously gracious allowed allowedher allowedher allowedher
her to recover recovcrand and confined himself for a aHme 1thne atime
time to discussing the sketches she had Is Ishand I Ihand ishand
hand and which hlch had hRdbecn been the means of ofthrowing orthrowln ofthrowing
throwing throwln her once more into his way wayWhen wa waThen wayWhen
When Then this matter had been settled and andKitty andKltb andKitty
Kitty resolutely resolutel rose from her chair td tddepart tddepart tddepart
depart Charlie rose too and taking up
his hat and gloves accompanied her into intothe intothe intothe
the street streetFor streetFor streetFor
For the sake of old times and in cele celebration celebration celebratlon ¬
bration of our meeting today he said saidwhen saidwhen saidwhen
when they were outside come with me meand meand maeand
and have some lunch Im sure youre yourenot yourenot yourenot
not in a hurry this morning he added addedpersuasively addedpersuasivel addemipersuasively
persuasively persuasivelyKitty persuasivelhltt persuasively1ttty
Kitty hltt inwardly despising herself for forletting torletUn forletting
letting letUn him get her into his clutches again againassented againassented againassented
assented and together they the went to tou tourestaurant a arestaurant arestaurant
restaurant where months Before they had hadoften hadotten hadoften
often gone for tea teaCharlie teaCharlie teaCharlie
Charlie made good use of his opportun opportunity olPortunIt opportunIty ¬
ity It and the subdued Kitty RUt beside him himpromised himpromised himpromised
promised all sorts of unutterable things thingsbefore thlh thingsbefore S
before he would let her leave him himTo himTo himTo
To Myra tyra there appeared late that after afternoon afternoon afternoon ¬
noon noon a guilty and consciouslooking cons lousIooklng girl girlwho glrJwho girlwho
who told her story with much confusion confusionand confuionand I Iand
and hesitation which was wasnot not greatly greatl al allayed alla a alaped ¬
layed la ed when at the end Myra ryra triumphantly triumphantlyexclaimed triumphantlyexclaimed triumphantlyexclaimed
exclaimed There I told you ou so EOMrs sors soMrs
Mrs rs Mason Iason also had the satisfaction of
triumphing over Kitty at the downfall of at
her career c3reelj for Charlie Chijrl e most emphatically
Insisted that his wlfeshould wife lfe should not work for formoney formoney formoney
money that he hoped he was able to keep
her and so on Therefore after Kitty
became IVIra Howard she only onlY1 got out her
board for her own amusement amusementTHE nmusem iluhusement iluhusementTilE m mTIlE
sitatlng a a little jachinp up to prevent preventan preventan preventan
an accident but beyond b ond that no troublo troubleoccurring troublooccurring troublooccurring
occurring occurringThere occurringTh occurringThOre
There Th re are several springs of water on
ConInIout and nt certain certal seasons of the
year the side hills show signs of moisture
A few of these spots were re encountered encounteredat cncount rod
at the approach of what hathns has recently
been called Storks Hill The hill sur surmounted surm surmounted ¬
mounted m unted It was decided to locate 6n on onsite a
site which had been offered by the Hon
Thomas G Carr the owner of oneof one of the theoldest
oldest farms arms on the Island Luncheon Luncheonwas Luncheonwas Luncheonwas
was here supplemented by what tho thola la ¬
die dice In this neighborhood provided for
the tb helpers The building was backed backednpon backednpon backedapon
npon the lot and can be Been s seen en for miles milesaround milesaround milesaround
around both from Narragansett Bay
and the Island of Rhode Island Here Her it itwill ItwJ11 Itwill
will remain until the Hmo for it to tj I be betaken
taken to the next next restiwjplace and siorv
Ices will be held as frequently as seems seemswell seemswell cm8 cm8well
well to tho pastor So much curiosity has ha
been excited by the novel churcji chur h that thatthere thatthere thatthere
there is no possibility of audiences railing raIlIngoff
off for some som time to to come come ome
South So th Dakota Trnlnor Perfect an KqnlnoTnrklfil = Kqnlno IqninoTnrklii 1lno 1lnoTluklh
Tnrklfil Until UntilYankton UatltYankton ItatliYankton
Yankton S Dt D Aug 16 lSTho Tho Houh Houhnynms Rouhnynms Houhnynma
nynms with whom Gulliver foregathered foregatheredin d
in the land where here horses were the supe superior surbrlor suponor ¬
rior nor beings beln and men and women a loath loathsome 1000thsomo iotithsome ¬
some and degraded race rllcQ enjoyed a great groatmany sroatmany greatmany
many privileges prIVU e5 and luxuries that no noequine noequine noequine
equine even In the wealthiest hor horseons horseonsers eow8 eow8crs
ers stable would think of aspiring to but buteven hutoven
even the advanced race of equine brn o othe othe
the caustic satire of Dean Swift could not notnumber notnumber
number among their enjoyments a real
Turkish bath This supreme luxury ef efthe atthe
the stall has been added to the animals
dally toilet through the Ingenuity of James
I Welo Web of this town townWhat townWhat
What Is good for man must be good for
the horse was the argument uppermost
In Mr Webs mind when he bepan to towork towork
work out op his idea for the treatment of oftired oftired
tired race horses by the Turkish bath bathmethod bathmethod
method If d wearied wearie4 business man can oanget canget
get freshened up revivified and restored restoredto
to his former buoyancy by being narboied narboiedrubbed parboijod parboijodrubbed
rubbed scrubbed and Kneaded and then thenvigorously thenvigorously
vigorously toweled and put pu to root on a aslab
talsb slab why should not the condition of a
thoroughbred bo Improved by the annie samaprocess annierrocess
process The argument apjiealeJ to l local localracing cal calracing
racing men as sound and lo ioglsai ieal and andWelo antiWeb
Welo Web was encouraged to concentrate h 1mW a amechanical
mechanical powers on an apparatus Hiat Hiatwould Hmatwould
would be suitable to perform tho th Turk ¬
ish process of stimulation of tired maya muscles mayades ¬
cles des at the race track or in connection connectionwith eonnoctiorzwith
with the traveling stable stableThe stableThe
The finished work la a complete vapor
bath that is portable and will pormli of oftrainer oftrkor
trainer or attendant giving his hor horse a aTurkish aTurkish
Turkish bath immediately before a race raceIs risesIs
Is run and send him to the starting pose paatkeyed posekeyed
keyed up to the very pitch of pereo0 perfection perfectionor n nor
or as ho comas off the track In a mcamVu mcamVusweat sieamttgsweat
sweat he can be led off io tlfe bath box boxed boxod ¬
ed up partially boiled and taken oo out to tothe tothe
the compartment where the rubbing dewnprocess down downprocess
process is to is bo b carried en enThe onThe
The animal is led to th the double oor oorthat or orthat
that afford ontranca to the apariMMNtHe apariMMNt ipartmnestlie
He IK allowed to put his head Imocdsnd and noelc noelcthrough e k kLTJ
LTJ through rough an aperture In the heat of y me mebath e ebath
bath so that th the hot air lr shall in no wsy wsybe veybe
be dangerous tn his lun lungs the th door doors ai aihi aa aathfl
thfl hi n closed on hiss flanks and be stmwla stmwlaenveloped Msjmdaenveloped
enveloped in vapor that c esIs fU around MM MM5tvssy isisinasy
5tvssy skin and opens tip a hot and whctt whcttsdme wh1 wh1come
come > pathway to honey fcJityh fcJityhThe limalibThe
The poMibtllty of improving ta the condi condition tondiion ¬
tion ion of ota a racer by giving mm a a hoc air airbath airbath
bath may have occurred to the ownara 0we4s oC oCthoroughbred oCthoroughbreds
thoroughbred before bet it is so dllUcult dllUcultof
of accomplishment that it has never been beencarried seea seeacarried
carried out A horse hors cannot b be M into intoa Licka
a hot room and made to keep Hill duria duriathe dsrIicthe
the sweating procex procejta It is n none be t0 Way Wayto ear earto
to eeta get t human beies to wham tit the tao taoury Jiss Jisscry
cry of a Turkish bata ia n novelty t to slay atafthe slaythe
the requisite length of tint tims in th the hot kotroom hotroom
room To expect a highly otnuiff flyer at atthe f fthe
the r race f track to stand still whil while taintr
half bill boiled alive wa was out of the quo qI305ti Un UnThe h hThe
The devise deals designed a 4 by b llf WeJo Web for lorfiring forinking
firing his hor horses A Turkish bath previdt previdtfor proilesfor
for all thin tiii With the wpjlufis head In the thaopen theopen
open air the horse > Zj i prepared to submit submitwith acilltwith
with a good grace to warmth nt his hisflank histlapk
flank In cas case the animal however e ehlbiV ohlbitji
hlbiV wildne wildness a a rop roo can zy be attached
to rinex fitted to UM hot room which will willprevent willprevent
prevent the aulnwl aam i tram trying to m bolt boltthrough heftthrough
through the aperture intended only tug
the be beic3 4

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