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Wedding , SIr By Genevieve Lee : a li f e , " " -r--ther l -o e a lo'fe a .i" ::' " " rg thre ser " p. Then h,- r ', bet frlOloU ;trt1 n!" n to love , and r,', : h Last Brtce w rth, I r . : t,, i afeFrom that ..'." tr I , - gll$ t oe t e tof his ..hr: :,, tli:.; an rplethy t. He tit . tir :.t .. :. . h i ae fad she in tittt tb 11 MMse to Alan fV;rk t " . ! l de.ttdly and rln r . ý:. ::hI ,f" t., It married. east the unworthy. crt':'" . ol' th,' m lfte fore' t l :' r . ':. ".! ltru.. hId e kept his nor l. lben fior th I."" i:.' " -1 !.' 'I lý I gop it f Inu ,, . ,n.: ho ,, . h hi.. Slisten to a frl I .1' . . '* ,,, t: ! : the poor.ti ut h:dl'v i ;' e - ,. ! . ettied duwn on ' ill 1- f . ..:, ar n miqed cl.. ti::: . tbc me efor th I, . : , .- . l ! : -. f fm p t h e rs m rn ' r , :, ..- t ,,, ,.,, - Reseed. he hadl I".- r, t., lt '.. he practically hall 11, :- .: 4. . t. q!.. He toyed with nuir !.. .,-, ,i: . .i::" a very unique cwtoll e"."ti 't l l1". bolght rare old I"'Is T:. " t' ,rt ahsni~hing eunut lll- in hii lifV.. ut erue was no real ltap:Il,.11'. or it' -r at bse. He heard about hih '-I , r fr.i>l: r:t!'. Sa casuals soh of w::, . il. h"ev., r. hrbe turnedl a de ft ""::r t.o j:trti i.!r'.. l-hl Hare r ,, "ld - to . I. "' bhy shall Have a Real Golden Wed I If I Get Jugged for It!" kIsiarl had turned out a s.teady, ull* e awoman. o snu, ln along a country road h1¥ and ald equidge, punnruce pssedu , but as erect as a statue , as cold STfhlongh a Ice, lh t h Derlo . half a century pa.sed ece Waso andwas an old na, d. Smarlig, unOtapy. Timeh r I. well touched the clfar brow of I ad had rded the sunny eyes of 1T. throtgh all the years however. (I Iklad Irowan. They had n chiliren. he (e of the nelghbor awere the re 'I hpitiy, visitors andI fast friends. Spoorer mand inrer as the l r awpay. Ofttimes the larder ha ty; It beoare a struggle to rIJ the year firet of debt. They hllhate times adopted a bright and orphan girl, little Lois. ~S rP to them of thii fullness of 1t ad wlas a cherished corpllan tea hiu lonely life. Ume t home on, dny. a ragged. Idtltie tramp leaning on her II or 'mpport. it, was. Jim lour ', ld t~older when she had follnd mIina broken ankle bty the ~ie. tHer adopted itn:lre.t, hld l e 'human .yn upathl in _ l o. She forhe re ait rebuff S15d the castaway up to the ltet lttle home ani seted himad h i asbe Comfortnbahl as ru:: L I l mother." a the Itright 'xin- , r told JIm carby. 'Shti ft dtthe Loaded Caine. isv ane a hnas gtt o tut of dt IIllCpaily for the rl·lntn that tt 'I Igsa source of l'mitir ly- a II ~ irtle as ra it, apt to po fl g cane h:t' tele Inl- ill hMichl help frnia ttti tin Shime who Is attntk'lul nl h ftr rsble to makr. an ,utntrv. w J is entirely hitld,.n In th V the cane. Ibut vet ,,xptts,.1 ti to be qulckly reachel by I', fr Ie hard omnprte.h..,nti will fr _ nolise. which wt-ill at- itt h eo attention ,f nytance., eof Severarl hundred J SEfficiency. 4. eholl-, really n,.rt than " * l 't of much vtlue iu a \· D- i'2 g the absorptl,n ,,i I-" uctA there i, talt oppor tb fee tnetlon5 whIch wi - Iactlve and sltuggish. _. to xerclse and de., ge ISsntatlto of balan,'e. Sh Sedentary workers, Sesame country work u . *,,,, t'l" 11 i I € 1 I " ' h r _ t I... . ,',`. 1.. .I1 ci ' i. 1 I : . II ri io !i - 'r\, ,I . 1' . ;,t"I s f " . . , ,!, * I 1 t , i......,. in,' ,.r:,, .... t L ot, ,iaw in I I ... " Iit , ,rk t , k . ,l hi. l ,'de." 1i t 1 h tlia . r I " ':l tri ,ed .I. . :r . t . I,: , ',, .1.' 11'. . ;,,r. :n . I r':l . , It: . ' "i ;,'i : i, I I ,, . i, .., t is but u:s',tcit-.I reel~...." :[a"r l a t." ur rtnll-1 r 1 down ;hr . a lk r cr'" .h..'. "ur w***1I. :i l C r., d hir.. 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Hie r,,us .-, iupI. lixvevtr, as Lois told her itury and restored the stolen c,"ins. "A gl.l.'in welding? Those paupers! The display must have been uiuleut " he sneered. "Oh, nol," ariended Lois. :nd mlean ingly. fr sihe as al i in telige tii littl. hleing. "Thetre was a real '(1 lrilrn to,. .ir. rWatson-aI lotkiet y.'u gave •your 'ist tr. c('ntjuinitnr the, portraits of your father rind in. ,ther.' If ra shltui hal struck him it ecould nlOt have. lItl mInor, eff.ect. tale lr 44 and qui4r,.,l. .A sirlne word hrid u lho'k,, th! , naled stor',houte . f his Sre wrasr Ibeside him. her armn ahboutt is nck.I ri terirs. ji4orilng out t1i1 story i 4of two ,lirhirit, getiit lIvst , full f tlhe e t, wavedt her iwayv flrnllly, io ch(oked Ui' with *riu.tlton to speak. And liter-he Invite.d,. uiil there 4 caline ihn * his lift' thi, joys 4lf rt, n ciliation. and th4' lpHe·'ni hi.sSi iiu hIad litong4l for tall ii,,te dlrtrrry years. Lovers' Dialogues. "You do still l,,v,, me?" "Arid yol halven't fallen In love with rinry girl up at i',_,ll 'ge?" " ll,4 '11t T i nVe nile as tucruh tas ' cr7r?" "Anl will you always love me?" "Anrd there's no one el'e?" "Junst mrr'?" "HIlo F .vouyr sit there :tarIl lie so?" A Native Acacia. nSouthern i'alilf oriit boasts onle nla ti'e speciest of nleahia. the tiat's claw (a Grtgil). which is but a shrub in that state, but beconmes a tree in Arizona It hears snmnll pale yellow flowe.rs andl an abundrince of very sharp thorns. is restful and tnvigirratiring. For In door xxorkcrs this sort of a vaurtlion a' nmt':ans ii it'ew l'.se' , n lift',. 'ry oftn' h rti tde.r line 'ase of Ituierclh. isis is mliriirit:iritd a ittlh lhiinr aihv- the ' line by a prrper vi'nitii. Thi inl- I tiiiil othl 'r degen,-rritliv', 'n irionm, n' c 5elli as lr,.iritur,, ,,inility. n'lar!y all th' rsurlt of hiii h pr,'*-ir, uri' i. ti i,.ni"',. e'iiri h,. miuch lieu trailizel by ?' iu.riotdii' vsuii:itiin<n, a v.e'l'it n frei' in frmi r the grind, of ('4ourt,. but ils. i friomri th,, .,xorr- incident thtreti. Thu ", vacrti P.in is a ht'rapi'at m. ni,ralure li <.,i 'li to sta).-N- w York Medical hi Journal. Where He Slept. Mrs. Flataush--.1y huslianil is al- Oi xvwa3 -ormrplaninrr *if the church hells hi waking him up Sund.ay n,,rnitlgs. c Mrs. Benotinhurst-Is that ,,' ly "Why" don' t the church bells ever cl wake your husband up?" hr "Oh. no. They never ring after he " gets to church." a-- an mirror. ,,CUPID AIDED BY MARS IN COURTSHIP I'. Zouple Who Had Not Seen Each Other in 18 Years. Soon to Wed. 1 n .ri t. . r . 1 .. ., .. ' Ilr. h1 * r , ,. I :: , I . \I I... . . " ,.... S. I Braved the Submzrines and M:ne Fields. lr, L -' ,', I. rr I:." El lr:i,, lTh. : ,. T i . ,,' :m i 1- I l, ,l :- , , " ril ,, nd n:a i ri i 1ii , t., .',"r:', t," hin." Th , l h, . rtalinty ,f tu:i! d,'i:1..ri. :.f. ter tit- war ht.eg:.n e,:tl- ]ed tihti t." de. ,'I. .ti thi li.i io . TIhe.r, w;is rim ite ,lenia.er .if the.ir not r,-ee,. i:zing ,l,-h uthe.r at the- i6,r--they hal take-n ire .tittions to t'exchange plhet,,gralpehs at lit ,rvils. Miss fle.tcher. who is twenty-four years old. 1k lbrunette and has wavy hair. Slit- had little to say when asked tlhieut th.- uiu-ual rttomani. In her life. "I Stuple- this marriace was or rangedt for you ind Mr. ltinghani by your iare-ntsY':" th.- re.,erter iasked. "N, .ni'lh thin:." inte.rl.o-d Mrs. D. 1'. Itin.hialn. "Thi- w,.inemlrful ro Ilnune." is all their oit n". ail I urn ghlad th.,ir -eiaratiiln has . iirte l d." 4 .TO SHOOT HUSBAND S Knni n ('ir. ci-1 - r-. J. L. t . SIn'Retce -av s urd IriclI furni(-he+.l with new bullets firr her res lv- , , r "by Juite- Klehrn:in. after clhi,,4 hald shut it he-r husband tinde milsel. Be 'th Mlr-. Itt.tr and .T her hu-hld,:ittl cvere arrested when ,i the- jelice we-re cal!e-d by neigh- - + leers. Itei.ce· , vas not In ciurt, fir-. 4 feltin his ciash hbnel. Illi wife + :iIerl,-aredl ane t oll the juliell- 4 h.l r hut-deane! entice- home itt- elrtnk 4. : nin nblise.u! heIr. I' er lrretercticen . she elet :a r-vclver :aIndt lired + 4 tcice'. tiisisint her aiin. $i "S'er~e-nnt. fit hit< wet,,ans . l guln ellt with niew lullets,"' ir- +. , h-re-il the jtudge. " ueelt ,tih ulhletS t)o prie'- 4. tirel with." :duivlsedl the judgie. " If eiu riiun ,et. cente tind e!get s4.mse ell-te ire- and w'hc-ne,-ver .oilr hu.tiatil! (mete botnie, an! c-t:irt.i 4. tee hetit -olt ngl:iin. elonl't uiis: SItf onu mIiss him nagaiin. I'll fine + S tyou." + BURNED SELF TO DEATH Janitor Complained of Feeling Miser able, Then Ended His Life by Crawling Into Furnace. Marshfiel ,. Wis.--'hrls Kttmyer r. :age-l fifty-fur. wnas jlnltor if the .A- I her 4pern ieirhouse builllinn Ilcere. The other nitht hlie cclnrln init.el of haivin= :' rhl tlnel fe-c-lin: mlse-,rablel-. Nixt i.rn- t lnl. as the thtetrtnmnmteter -lrrulleed ind! the winw! blew a nhle, the luilding be- I .An invisticntion waIs incl-., toil Kettu 1 yver. lurned to a e'ris-i. wati feundl InI the- chllit. Ie hlad cr:wlel ! inll s ftr th:it it was nc-e-ssr·ir te,, h:ive a !iia.ien cut thie will tee get the- Iley a eel . A iroOe-r < jtirv del-eidle, that lie hald ceonlliitted suic.ie- by brolling t lilitiself tinier the grates. Urges Church Dances. Marian. .i.--Itev. ('. ]ternaird Run- gI naills of St. l'niaul's church tileie-.da to I his coigre-gatien froen the lUllit re- a cently to hlild chirch dancrs bimonth. ly In the parish heus;e. le favorsg church dances to wipe oit puiblic dance d hails, where girls are unprotected. U "(Church rules against pleasures de- e velop an appetite for themn secretly. We must outwit the devil at his own game by substituting for each vice, and tht church dance shbould replace i the sloum d-ac" bhe 1 a flPf T oWN tI [LP5 OLD AGE BECOMING TO BRICK Tones Bleach Out and Grcw Sc't as Years Go By-Hcuse cf Th'3 Ma terial Should Be of S r:F!p D.is r. " I , . . . . :t!" t. . :: , .... . .. : ... i ' f 'rsal. In *,, -,d, ;: .. br'i . ,.,: .. .s.t, that t!.,re is i . i .:. '' h ' in arc hitt. ture". 'I!.at . t . y, stuie in the 'n-,'" tht: thi< t'I r :. t Serious Thy Lid :ht h e u < . : ' o r :. l' ! `......... .. ; .... ",:u , t-'I.:.. :.:. , ! . ,," . . +:t i iy i : ' " , r %It+ | t 1- ' , , ` ,, - . . a :t I . " .! , . I. y ! :..' " 1, -r . rt a; F I, ,"I , ! - ,. lri , ti ; . , t: ~ ,: r :..a ie a: .i 1 i:h the b . au ,tiful ! / " - . , .,! . :... .. DONT'S' FOR HOME BUILDERS Serious Thought Should Be Given to Things That Should Be Omitted From New Building. I; i . . ' r o ' '. u: t' ! ' r, ; 1 :". I l n,' .et t }. t " Fr is , t ~r,i' :. .:.i : it fr t h. · h... ,n ay I' t.::r ti.'a t lay _t . n " ','" d t'er: .i:, - -c t, hrou:h I a'. patient ian'! i rtful dly of all 'th" urr . i g ' c .r ,,' i uI , Sr,(rit ft ra"t that the uni, htlv radi athr may be uc, cesfully h, n"eled by Sgrilles. There are to he had special grille desi!rns, suited to tie variousI orders oft dhc ration. SIc rDn't, -hen laying out the lighting s stema of the new house, full to plan fir adequate switch control. This is Sone of the most inmportant features in the well-equipped modern horne. I ,n't. if you wish to iv.- an air of spaciousness to the rlciins. fail to elimrin'at . all unnscesnary details. Don't v!an y ur new home without taking into cnsil',ration the piosit !,ilitles of the grounds. In thise days of out-of-dor living. the gardl en. the pergle etnathe suen-room. thln.e er andr the tea-room art- all really extensions of the house its elf.d A surveyn of the interesting areports l of the civic-IndustrIal clurbs fi stered In Chicagit's highschools by the Asso. intual or contemplated, which may i'k exchaneut , iranih liirary, slay l·atipni. otirtlnroinal work in graimmear hoels f-r highlischool work fir chilse dren at settleiint houses, sanitation. e iveriiaul geography, obtion of o ther luncheon period plaolice alnd fire pi rtection, survey, milItary fire drills, Christmas gift ls of fid tunle day, itiprove ment of vacant Iits, advewtis ing comd ittee, scholarship elt ficiency omm rittoe. general rerinir comnimittie, collectioin of wate pahier f library, fund, "keep to the right" micyement, hreventing acd pents anid confuhi. n in choetl life and thereby training the inrividual for the same practice Ind publc,. eautifying school ground is, in formation from colleges and uni'ensi ties about iways a nd means of self nhelp. us e of neithb ,rhood newspapers ftor school publicity selarice. irdhouses in neighborhods.l Thanksgiving baa ket tes and il nrd lle clubs.t l r e For Protection of Bridges. rTo prevent loss of metal due to thenl, rutting actIon( Ientcu motive blasts, as hliestos i sheathing ha s been used bthy dlthe Western and Atlantic railroad on its blidge The loss of metal ins inatsed prinepolly by the blat ratherr than by corrosi an or effect of gas. In stead of using brass holts as first klanned for all cases of exposed irotectron waP obtained by using a ne-toi rd portland cement eort:ir and n geacts finer, placed asabe bmispher ical covering over bolt heads by using The bolt protection htas remained In Heat is the chIef essentfal for plant .growth, and onile if the principal fac tors I onmaking soill .rm is good drain age. The surface soils of well-drained lands are almost Invarlally sevofal de grees warmer than those of poorly (Irained lanils. Drne n soils also warm up faster after cold spells and muchb earTler In spring. It Is certain that The skin of the whale Is pllt lato I tour thIcknesses, and each thickneia fa makes a stout and saustant'al leather. DYING CHIEF IS VICTIM OF SPELl. Blames Medicine Man of Tribe for Wishing Fatal Malady on Him. OLD BELIEFS ENDURE Cv'-'t W,t Cv ' :t' ' . tc( E . ": .ate ,nc c'rt S r'. rst t S A - rd at of t c Cast Evil Spel Over C'iicf T'I . r t I ;.. ., .. I n ] ' vks tuck tdof THirs oWeyePast b I te "' " ir ' a ' t". trih ,tt i " 1.n " ,n r • vo, i f. of . · . L p ,.op s p, . . \ h\ , a *In · a '""# ":' . ' § \.} i " , . ' E Ivoe : : the A ,dof ,His t',i.', by . . " ' ' ·· ' " ' .' : - ' 'I," " ·'. : ' Hi Ist inEvi Sprel vente th~e ti. torrvent whi I hutwa ruin? uifw triia ldif'i , .·: o .,. ,! ·: ·. · :, ! , ,' .. ,. .· , -.,:!. pathn tati toi 1rhi L of th ri- an tir' hi thr i" lnti' T 'lf etrib? . "ti:,, ,"lii n th; he lt dii tii. H.a. li., ii I... htni' T" r ... . it' . t h.'j 'tn. " ni, il i'.i .r . fi the , ...tini ft'!:lmn asthe s tn of Iu ipen tuerx. the if. ', " ki':":' ' r:illetd l l .. ",, ite , hite"! ,uf W'al. Wal, n ri"'r in 1,, i .. The ue. - I i : i',' ,, ',i h ',-~ I "·. lI,'·c t h,: r " l ,:i',-- .< ,. c'eSir ti 'hief Nii Stitrt ll h.telihsn NEGRO'S SKIN TURNS WHITE Others of His Race Call Him a "Hoodoo" and Women Try to Kill Him. :ic. ,11 1 1 !'l1 ..1 hLI Z\il ill 1 ) " "'\\' '' ',,';," :: , !l~oc lh.'! d,"' c . '< ~: --!-- 1 Enr,,. iAr. --, n a, e ni"r,. I . l- l ,.-I par-dit by iri. negr.-. ** nirnui ' with an "e l.ei i anit h, :i.v s, .ik.. d .:.eit tnh r h." :t' , ir ,is . - heti th, 'ther ,id . Thi' i "l n rici a" tauiin.;pi' 'y "i, ' ] ant li.i. . . O U. . i. i gi, v " '.. , • a r r' d T - '" ,. , nl ,i "t 1e, Th', '"i.,e er e xuse t heir a , tnek. on the gru tln that thIi aii ncura is n "'hoii in.' ,, l th" t h, i t, s l,.. a r . ti•':,-g hi. suir.'ry un the negr.ie- . in thi' ieinit ", ca:-in-hg them all si rt, ii f Siud luck. They l""u.ly anniuniei that they wuill give the agel one ,ut five dlnsyi to leave town. under pain of further he.t ing. The negroes' belief that the shlii man is a "hoodoo" prohably ilrisi' I from his aptearnne. His Wseykin hbyI turned white except for a streak about ! the eres giving hi, h , ulea.ann, look. , th,'i t ut h ' d ',i ,'d ,, z,, ,, ~ i 1 TOGO'S MOVi: C DAY Av. • *- .. ' ,r I a: : . 4 , '.:s :r , m.," ' .,t } t :. " .. n.. i n. . onlft T ' "our :r' dt:" *. .1 .l .ab-n rhw et t" . . . "." . . r 1:( . . " ,,a :1 r1:.. th e n u . . "- . o "f . l h o u n ; H. !:*L e t h. al a: t : h. " I . n. l st. T ,t '.. T::. ' : Pr, tty. 'i ,:,:. .:l t!.t im n , c,'' . v ., o n in wagons. "I "h.l b- c-r t 'r,. y r i '.t if hr- rn is not " I rnvus "'W.II. if so." : !. on o.ger. I ,19h you w ,;;;:l t!;d frcnt wagon with S. .. ...... ........ ': . a v I.r r , it sho'ld- hna t i-a:,..' .sr tr L , r -:nb rr ,..tly--ii, North a rasa titrnst. an a',:s 2.b of b,-.-, -: a r, n zaki. nt, ..:::,r :.v a a thr r;, ,1 x i' y rf nt atioand front d, r, ta <.S .' . tabli: ., ..r-. ,I " :ha -tid hay ears. 1Vile h thi x a : it'-hlg an ,, I strl fr:th axl- r, naranax dI all those o.nlarg. , \'1 a':.a l,., ip.i.-on Io, ilg into }-'ra(nt- . F,r-tly we go to front S F I , . . (v "Mantality of Mice! Do You Not Know Difference Between North and South? door of new home for open him so furniture get in. How strange! Hon. Key seem disabled to unlock it. ioweverly much we twist and fubble, it make ,o impression on that brassy opening. "You have got wrong kcy." say Chief Mover. "But not be dishcouraged. I was once a burglar. Therefore I can deceive that lot k into opening him -elf." With talented thumbs and several pocket-knife he stroggled & ranched untiilO suddenly:-Hion. Door click apart and there we stood in graudy hall resemblin:g theaters. But what I see th-,re? Surprise! That home we entered were entirely filled with furniture of boastful appearance. Sofas, statues & gilty ip. holstery stood everywhere looking natural.. "Last family have been too sluggish to move out in time." glub Hen. Vanner. "Shall we throw out this proud furniture and wedae ours in?" "Gentlemen with so mm h duplicate tables should lt'ad double lives," grubble lion. Boss Team.r. "Shall we move inw'ards T' "With immadiate quickness!' I sIgnify, making Admiral Tirpitz eyebrows. So all Moing Vanners do so wrth imn:a-d at, str.ngtlh. Sooner than before all that Sulkz home was walking into midst of grandeur which look quite tsnobbish to see so many plain chair & table piled up in midst of that Czrar of Russia parlor. No room was for another liano, yet we pile him next. When all this jobs were completely finished, that house look like a judge after Republican banquets-entirely grand, yet too filled to feel comfortable. However' When all those Vanners say "Giddap!" and drove away in Gen. Direction of more beer. I set alonsome in house. 4 hours I await idly doing nothing. What had occurred to kill all Sulkz family that they do not come to reside in this now palace? I was confused. Night time approach up. I could hear ghosts creaking under piano, so I lit $10,000 chandelii.r in dining room and ate trackers while pretending I were King of Portugeese expecting revolution. Silence was interrupted by noise. What was? I heard many footprintn walking into house--and while it was too soon to hide. 2 realestaters. 0 police, Mrs. Sulkz, Mr. Sulkz. child & dog walk inwards. "How you get in here?" howell Hor. Mrs. with voice. "I move in," I narrate calmly. "This are number you told." "It are right number but wrong house." she snuggest. "I told you North Orange Street. This are South Orange Street." "'Would that make some importance?" I ask out. "Montality of a mice!" she aggravate. "Do you not know difference between North and South?" "There are no difference," I explain with Abe Lincoln expression. "That were settled by civil war." But before I could complete finishing my talk. more civil war elapsed while Hon. Sulkz, police, real-.state. child & dog poke me through mixed furniture while I elope away like an old-fashioned egg escapIng from Dr. Wiley. Hoping you are the same, Yours truly, HASTi.AMURA TOGO. (Copyright. : '. ly International l're s i. .re-a., Only Part of India Under Britain. The' i,,tioin pr. miilq in the. United Stat'"4 thlat a,; Ileia h1.l,,x1ngs to th11 ' British nwil i1 wfdhiuuiter,.d Iby themn. This isi n utt1.rly errlnl.,us idea. A very lI:rge and populous part ,of the peninsula is in the possession of Its owIn piople., and Lt ruled by them, with littl,. r no interference from the Brit ish. I have coined the term "Indian India" to differentiate between the In dia belonging to Indians and that in the possession of the British. Indian india, with its area at 80,000 square m il,-., is ,:!r. - , I:, "! ,, large Si 'Iitizpr.:il .It popJ - Itinr. i . ni: .. :, " -, is a little rmor, tt:i, - H. . t of this 1 " i y.-S -":,. . i ,h in the Stut,, r:, Wr:.. Playing Safe. I: hthr--Fa~thr,r d:Lar. dlid] yon ray I ro,:ld have the piano when I ge.t rnmar riied? Father-Yes, dear; but don't tell the young man who is calling on you, e he might get cold feet.