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8 MINING NEWS-SOUTHWESTERN DEVELOPMENT. JjJJ, PASO HERALD
TEK DiVIDE IE E1ES Albuquerque Wins on Sat urday But Tucson Takes Closing Game of Series Albuquerqut, N. M.. June 7 Tocaon nd Albaquer-qoe broke Teu oa the weekend game, the Dolce takinff the Saturday eon tst bT m. score of 19 to 9 while the victors grabbed the clo-slnff content, IX to 1, on S-aa- ay afternoon by battinff Lefty XluneU's offerings to U parts of the field. Russell arrired from El Paso Ssaday morninf and -went Into the gam In the af ternoon. His chief fault was a lack of con trol When the soatfap&w woald set in a hole, he woald resort to a straight ball, with the result that the visitors fairly picked them oat of the groove. The Pueblos used a patched up team. Brashear found he was not equal to ptay Ins first base yet as his ler I stfU string trim trouble, and "Red Pnlweider. the pitch er, was on the first sack. McConnelL an other pitcher, was in right field. It was stated hers, Ssndar, that Jim Brown will join the team in SI Paso today and will sign op GoMle, one of the Las Cruces out fielders, if he can come to terms. Borstmaa Give 20ne Kite. Horstman was located for cine hits by the Dukes but kept Them welt distributed. It was a double by Davis, following a sin gle, that seat French home with Albuquer que's only run in the second Inning. The box score of the Sunday game follows. Tucson- AB R H PO StadeHi. If. 4 2 2 4 Raeder. es, .....5 2 2 7 MacMurdo, 2b. K 1 2 felts; cf. & S 1 I I CaUan. a 4 1 1 S MeGeeh&n, 3b. S 0 0 6 Pnlweider. lb. ....... 4009 McConntH, rf. 4 110 Hortsman, p. ... 4 2 2 0 ToUll ..40 11 12 riio Albuquerque. AB R K PO A, Marphr. cf. E 0 S 1 1 Humphries ss. . 4 1 X Haelsmas. r&....... 4 2 Carman. If. ......... 4,120 French. 2tu 4 1 1 S 1 Davis. 3b. 4 0 112 Herrlott. lb. 4 0 19 0 Ilaedel. c 4 0 2(2 Rnssell, V 4 0 0 0 2 Total JT 27 12 Tucson 211 Ml 022 11 Albuquerque 010 000 0M 1 Summary: Two base hits, Rseder. Darts, Tela. Sacrifice fir. Pnlweider. Stolen bases. Felts. Herstman. Left on bases, Albuqu-r-jne, T: Tucson. 7. DoeUe play, Murphy to Herrlott. Plrst base oa error, Albuquerque, 1: Tucson. 2. Bases on balls, off Rnssell, 4: off Horstman, J. Strackoat, by Russell. 5; b7 Horstman. 4. Hit by pitcher, by Rus sell (Horstman). Time of game, 1:M. em pire, sterling Soke Hit Static. The Dukes hammered Siacle from the bo: in tne Saturday contest and bit MeGeehsn. Tho replxced blm. bard. Irion was driren from th mound for the home club and Fleherty went to the rescue but he was also hammered. It was a see-saw rune np to the sixth, when the Dukts went Into the lead with a three run margin. They added to It In the serenth with another run and everr-thlna- looked rosy but the Peebles were net beaten. They came to Hfe In the first half of the ninth sad fairly slaughtered the of ferlnct of the local ptteber. hammerlns in four runs and making It a tie. In the last of the ninth the Dukes sot to McGeehan for the winning; run. The score follows. R. rr. E. Tucson 31, 240 s 1I Albno.8erq.ne 102 012 llx 10 11 2 Batteries- Tucson, Slsrle. MeGeehan and Callan. Albuquerque. Irion, Fleharty and RaedeL empire, Sterttnr. SIX WOMEN SHOOT IN GUN CLUB MEET Efforts to interest the women of El Paso m trapshootingr are succeeding. Sii. members of the fair sex were out on the traps of the Pass City Gun club Sunday morning: and, lor beginners, all made fair marks. A high wind was blowing1, making shooting rather difficult The scores were Birds. Brjan SO Hughes SO Egbert 50 Davis 58 MeWilhams se Stevens 75 Bclwer is Mrs. Bryan .. 10 Mrs. K. P. Hughes 10 Mrs. Egbert 1 Miss 31. Naquin IS Mies O Naquln 4 Miss Kreuger 4 Broke. 44) 37 52 So it IS TRAVIS IS METROPOLITAN GOLF CH4MPI0N AGAIN Eye, If. Y. June 7. By defeating John Q. Anderson in the final round by two up. Waiter J. Travis again won the Metropolitan golf championship at the Apawamis course Saturday. The play of both men was rather ragged. BREAKS BRITISH RECORD. London, Eng., June 7. Harry G. Hawker, the English aviator, flying an 89-horsepower biplane at the aviation fnounds at Hendon Sunday, beat the British altitude record by attaining a height of :0,(MHI feet. The previous record was 14,560 feet. When Glands Swell Blood Needs Attention Even a Sweat Gland May Result in Severe Consequence. In our intricate body the use of S. E. 9. for the blood has a most remarkable influence. We little realize our gland ular system. It may be a tiny bulb no bigger than a pin point, and yet If a disease germ gets into it, there is a tremendous swelling. It becomes a boil, a carbuncle, it may be a "blood rising." and it is often a source of con tinuous misery if not checked. Many of the most excruciating forms of tor ture begin with the swelling of a tiny gland, caused by a disease germ. And it is S. S. S. that spreads throughout the blood circulation to prevent lust such conditions. Or if they have al ready started, S. S. S. will soon put the blood in such a 'state of health as to overcome the tendency- to glandular swellings. It is a natural medicine for the blood, just as essential to health if the blood be impure, as are the meats, fats, grains and sugars of our daily food. It contains one Ingredient the active purpose of which, is to stimulate the exchange of new flesh for dead or waste matter. Get a bottle of S. 8. S. today of any drueeist. and if your case is stubborn. write to the Medical Adviser. The Swift I Specific Co, 10s Swift Bldg- Atlant&rGa. -This department is in charge of a noted j physician. I BASEBALL LEAGUE STANDING. Rio Grande Association. .If Tuesday Teams W. L. Pet. Wlo Lose El Paso 7 .538 Phoenix 7 jsig Albuquerque 0 ( -56 Tucson i 7 .417 No fames scheduled Meads-. ' Scheduled Tuesday. Tucson at Bl Paso. Phoenix at Albuquerque. .571 .SM .S71 .SM .48 ocs American Leacuc If Today Teams Chicago Detroit Boston New Tort .. Cleveland . . Washlattoa , St. Loots ... PalladeJptiia V. L, Tet Win Lose M 1C .036 .041 . 30 17 .638 .tit .021 M 14 .533 .SM .ill 10 20 .487 .t00 .47S 1) 22 .103 .410 .452 17 30 .459 .474 447 ,17 K -KG .444 .284 .It 27 .: .37: .340 i Stations! League. If Today W. Pet. Win Lose Chicago .... ....... 22 Philadelphia 22 Boston ....... ...... 20 Brooklyn ..20 St. Louis 22 Pittsbnre 15 Cincinnati 17 New Tork 10 .575 .564 .500 .500 .500 .475 .447 Mi .541 .sis. .ill .511 .til .lit .4(2 .447 I to .49! .412 .480 .1(2 .lit .421 21 '.432 Federal League. If Today Teams "W. Fittabsrg 24 L Pet, Win Lose 19 .538 .548 .ttt Kansas City ........24 10 St. Louis 22 It Newark . 21 IS Brooklyn ........21 19 Chicago . ..........24 22 Baltimore .!&- 21 Buffalo 14 28 .158 .530 .3JS .SIS .311 .too .253 .HI .tit .HI .tto .437 .632 .41t .Sit .137 .S .li: .tii .290 .32( Texas League. "Won Lost Pcfj Galveston . ......... Houston .......... Waco Part 'Worth San Antonio ....... DaUas Beaumont . . .... Shrereport . ....... .40 II- .410 .34 .31 .28 .27 .:: .24 IS it 25 20 Ml 3 367 .144 .too .487 .482 .421 .348 .21 34 Western League. Teams "Wen Lost Pec Des aietnes Tepeka . , . Dearer ... Omaha ... Lincoln . ... St. Joseph ., Sioux City . Wichita . .. ,24 13 .449 17 341 .131 It 17 .12 .4IS .471 .(54 .223 17 It IS 21 Pacific Coast League. Teams-"- Won Loet Pet. San Francisco ....33 24 .79 Salt Lake 32 28 .133 Loa Angeles 36 31 .129 Venice .'...24 23 .489 Portland 3 31 .440 Oakland . S 34 .424 American Association. Teams 'Won Lost PeC Indianapolis . 24 It .844 Milwaukee IS 18 .SSI LomsTWe 24 It .ttt St, Paul -. 22 21 .612 Kansas Ctty 19 21 .478 Colombo! 18.21 .429 Cleveland It 22 .431 Minneapolis 14 25 .389 Southern Association. Won Last Pet. New Orleans Birmingham Memphis . .. xashvflle . .. Chattanooga . .33 .31 .27 .28 It ,847 17 .CiC 22 .Stl 22 .JIS 2t .188 27 .480 32 .380 22 .313 ...22 Atlanta .22 Little Seek 18 Mobile 18 AMERICAN LEAGUE. Sunday's Games. At Detroit: R. New York 110 000 lit 4 Detroit 604 100 16x 6 H. 13 12 Batteries New York, Donovan, Cot trell and Xunamaker; Detroit, Cavet and McKee. Saturday's Games. At Philadelphia 4: -St. Louis 2. At Boston 4; Chicago 2. At Washington 4: Cleveland 5. At New York 2: Detroit IL NATIONAL LEAGUE. Sunday's Games. At Chicago R.H.E. New York. 6 10 0. Chicago : 8 IS 5 Batteries: New York, Tesreau. Schau er. Ritter. Schupp and McLean. Smith; ChlcaKO. Vaughn and Bresaahan. At Cincinnati K.H.E. Boston 5 11 11 Cincinnati. . . 3 6 2 Batteries: Boston. Ragan and Warn ing; Cincinnati, Lear and Dooin. At St. Louis B.H.E. Philadelphia. "..1 4 -S St. Louis , 3 11 1 Batteries: Philadelphia, Chalmers, Deraaree and Kllllfer; St. Louis, Doak and Snyder. Saturday's Games. At Plttsbur 11; Brooklyn 0. At Chicago 0; New York 3. At Cincinnati 6: Boston 3. At St. Louis 6; Philadelphia 3. FEDERAL LEAGUE. Sunday's Games. At Chicago R.H.B. Pittsburg. 5 11 1 Chicago. 18 IS 2 Batteries: Pittsburg, Knetzer, Dick son, Leclalr and Berry: Chicago, Mc Connell, Hendrix and Wilson, Fiseher. At Newark First game R.H.B. Buffalo 6 8 0 Newark. 3 9 1 Batteries: Buffalo, Bedient and Blair; Newark, Brandon, Moseley and Rarl den. Second game R.H.E. Buffalo 4 10 0 Newark. S 1 Batteries: Buffalo, Sehultx and Allen: Newark. Reulbach, Falkeribers and Rariden. At Kansas City R.H.E. St Louis 6 0 Kansas City .- 6 . Batteries: St Louis. Plank, Herbert, Watson and Hartley; Kansas City, Cui lop and Enzenroth. Saturday? Games. At Chicago 4: St Louis 6. At Brooklyn 5: Baltimore 7.. At Kansas City 1; Pittsburg 4. At Newark 4: Buffalo 0. TEXAS LEAGUE. Sunday' Games. At Waco, R.H.E. Waco 6 7 2 Dallas 2 6 0 Batteries: Waco, Ogle, Sage and Wal ters; Dallas, Brady andJDttnn. At Houston. R.H.E. Houston 3 S 1 Beaumont - 2 6 0 Batteries: Houston, Rose and Allen; Beoumont. Jost Martina and Bobo. At Shreveport - R.H.E. Shreveport 3' 7 S Fort Worth 4 t 0 Batteries: Shreveport Spear. Lever ette and Toiand: Fort Worth, Wagner, Redford and McMurray. At Galveston, first game. R. H. E. Galveston 7 13 0 T EL PASO GIANTS defeated1 the Fort Bliss Juniors, Sunday morning, in a fast game of baseball at the C. A. A. grounds, the score being 12 to 9. Both teams fielded well and though there was much hard hitting, the scores were kept down. ' For the BI Paso Giants, the lineup sas as follows. B. Krause, c. J. Mul cahy, p, B. Carson, lb. II. Leuthy, 2b; J Long, 3b, Film Paschal, ss, K Cum- In Boyland. RESULTS San Antonio g 10 0 Batteries: Galveston, Moore and Dil ger; San Antonio, Sewell, Munsell and Burch. At Galveston, second game. R. H. E. Galveston ( t i San Antonio $ j ; Batteries: Galveston, Harbin and Jor dan; San Antonio, Munsell and llauen steln. Saturday's Games. At Shreveport 6: Fort Worth I. At Galveston 4; San Antonio S. At Waco S: Dallas. 6. At Houston :; Beaumont S. WESTERN LBAGLIi. Sunday's Games. At Topeka: K. Topeka 04)1 1 H. E. 5 2 Sioux City too aQ( z4 1 Batteries Topeka, Gasoir and Sioux City. Clunn and Monroe. 12 2 Crisp. At Lincoln: It. H. E. Des Moines ....1M MS MI S 9 0 Lincoln ite mm 1 s e Batteries Des Moines, Musser and Breen: Lincoln, Powell and Yantz. At Wichita: H. H. E. Omoha .IIS 0M OW 4 3 0 Wichita eoe oie eot 1 8 2 Batteries Omaha, Johnson and Kaf ora; Wichita, Southern and Gray. Games Postponed. St. Joseph at Denver (rain). Saturday's Games. 'At Lincoln 1: Des Moines 2. At Topeka 4 : Sioux City 3. At Wichita S: Omaha 8. At Denver 6; St. Joseph 2. PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE. Sdnday'A Games. At San Francisco: It. Los Angeles 0-11 San Francisco 1- 2 At Los Angeles: '.It. Salt Lake 5-1 Venice .'. S-S At Portland: R. Oakland , 4-2 Portland ....-4 Saturday's Games. At San Francisco 8; Los Angeles 2. At Portland 0; Oakland 4. At Venice E; Salt Lake S. AMERICAN ASSOCIATION. Sunday) Games. At Columbus I; St. Paul 4. At Cleveland ; Milwaukee . At Louisville 4: Minneapolis S. At Indianapolis 1; Kansas City I. Saturday's Games. Louisville 12: Kansas City 3. Cleveland 4 4: St Paul 2-12. 'Columbus 4: Milwaukee 7. Indianapolis 2; Minneapolis v. SOUTHERN ASSOCIAT1 OX. Sunday's Games. At Nashville 2; Birminghatra i. At Memphis 12: New Orleans $. (Others not scheduled). ' Saturday's Games. Little Rock 3-3: Atlanta 6-2. . 'Nashville 4-9: Birmingham 8-3. Memphis 6: New Orleans 8. Chattanooga 12: Mobiles. . Following are the official standings of the various duckpln leagues playing on the Cactus club alleys: Big League, Old Guards 11 City Nat Bank 10 Globe Mills 8 BOWLING s s cm g 826 8 500 a io IS 376 11 313 E 888 7 6J 9 438 11 311 S 088 C 835 10 375 11 313 5 688 7 63 t 438 11 313 I Cals Team 8 PBa Til -.- at Watson's 5 Smelter League. Koenlg Team ....11 Hammel's Team 9 Fenner Team 1 Mccormick's Team 5 Cement Plant. Kring Team 11 Clark Team 10 Carruth Team 6 Hanson Team 5 Bankers. First National 11 State National 9 Commercial National 7 Rio Grande 5 IndlTidnnl Averages. The individual averages show that Lee Davis leads the big leaguers with an average of 87 for six games, while Joe Bryan has 87 for nine games. Other high averages are: Hugo Brlesch, St; J. L. Andreas 84; R. Mar shall. 81; H. Carr, 83: C. Drehner. 81; C. L Woolen. 81; N. Fowler, 89. Iimhe Smelter legaue. the high aver age is held by V. E. Koenlg with 77, other high figures being: O. A. Critchett. 74; G. A. Fennel 74; A. D. Wilkinson, 71; G. A. Hamnwll, 67: George Rogers. 65, and A. F. McCor mick. 63. T. G. Aber and O. J. Binford are tied for the lead in the Cement Plant league, each having SI for 12 games. Other leaders are: E. L. Clark. 79: R. L. Carruth, 74; A. C Hinsdale, 73; J. C. Hanson, 71, and M. Anderson, 71. In the Bankers league George Mee Is the individual leader with 77 for 12 games. .Other high averages: W. Chernln. 76; R. Andersen, 73: K. Tay lor, 73; F. Lucas, 73: L. Keep. 72; O. Redmond. 72; B. Baker, 7L and H. Rhomer, 69. KRACKAJACKS RETAIN LEAD IN SUNRISE LEAGUE In a close and well-contested ball game at . Washington park. Sunday morning, the Krackajacks maintained their position at the top of the Sun rise league standing by defeating the Elks, 4 to 2. The feature of the game was the nltchlng of Perry, who al lowed only four hits and struck out 12 batters. The score: , R. H. E BIks 000 020 0602 4 Krackajacks 020 011 000 I 8 2 Batteries: Elks, Yantis and Alberts; Krackajacks, Perry and Phillips. TDTTLE BASEBAL TEA3f WINS TWO SUNDAY GAMES The ball team from the Tut tie Paint and Glass company won two games, Sunday. It defeated the T. M. A. nine by a score of 18 to 4 and then won from the Myrtle avenue team by a score of 10 to 7 Hammond was on the mound for the Tdttles and pitched fine ball. Auto Tourists Reach Dallas. A wire from Dallas Monday morning announces the safe arrival in that city of the two Davis boys and Charlie Un derbill, who left El Paso on Tuesday In a Ford automobile for Jacksonville, Fla. The message states that they reached Dallas on Sunday night and will get out of there some time this afternoon. ARMOUR TEAM FORFEITS. The Armour baseball team forfeited Its game Sunday wlthuhe Morris team after the players failed7 to appear for the game. School Sports, Juvenile Sports, Boys' Amateur Sports, and News and Gossip of the 'Future. Greats." BT "BECK." mings, rf; C. Gillespie, cf; Sara Bium berg. If. Bud Lynch pitched for the Fort Bliss aggregation, the other members of the squad being: A. Watts, c: Juan, 2b. Howell. If; C Nichols, ss; Cochrane; lb Kelly, 3b; Gobell. cf; Laughlin rf. In Justice to the Fort Bliss -untors. It should be stated that they were unable to field their regular team. For that matter, the Giants fielded a bunch of boys who had never before played together. RICH PLACER FliJS HE Nuggets Ranging From 10 Cents to $400 in Value Found Near Big Bend Kingman, Arii June 7. What is be lieved to be the moat important placer gold discovery in the history of Mo have county has been made by IL L. Harris and William Hoffman where the Jumbo wash empties into the Colorado river, near Big Bend. They have ar rived in Kingman with a great quanti ty of nuggets ranging from 10 cents to 3400 in value. No fine gold was in the cleanup. Gravel All Gold Bearing. ai inc luwer etna ui rfumiKi wasn is i the only gravel bed in that conntrv. ! Millions of tons of gravel have been thrown up against a huge bluff, about Colorado, and it all appears to be gold knsrine. Harris and Hoffman drove a 1 AA srA AknvA 4A . 1T r 4k- tunnel Into the bank a distance of 130 feet Along the bedrock and in the crevices gold was lodged. Many large boulders were encountered and on top of some of them were nuggets. The bedrock was worn smooth, showing that it had one time been the bed of a stream, and above It the smooth gravel was packed so hard that It has not been necessary to timber the tunnel. From the tunnel a drift was run off into the gravel farther back from the river. In this drift the same quality of gold was obtained. " There is a tradition that after the Mountain Meadow 'massacre some of those who participated, washed out much gold while hiding from the United Stales officers. It is said that they hid along the Colorado, near Big Bend. It is also said that t,he ancient Aztecs mined gold and turquoise there. Will Sluice the Gravel. Harris and Hoffman are making ar rangements to sluice the gravel. They believe that they have a big thing and that their discovery will lead to others of a similar nature. Bullion Worth $22,000. A bar of bullion worth 122,000 was brought in this week from the Gold Road mine. It was the result of one week's mill run. The mill is capable of treating 300 tons a day and the company is planning to operate the plant to Its full capacity as soon as arrangements can be made to extract the rich ore on the lower levels. This ore averages 3100 a ton in gold. Opens Blanket Vein. On the north side of the Colorado river, near Griggs' ferry. D. H. Bur hart has opened a blanket vein of ore running from two to seven feet in thickness. The ore averages IIS a ton in gold. Only a slight overburden must h mnuived to allow the auarryinir of ,lhe ore, which would cost only a few cents a ton. The Needles Mining & Smelting company is shortly to take over the Kay copper mine, near the Keystone. The Kay has a large vein and the adit drift shows ore everywhere. (Sola Mining in the Air Is Unique Experiment in New York's Assay Office Mew Tork. June 7. Gold minlns in mid air was the unusual spectacle to which Wall street was treated during the past Veek. Suspended at the end of a rope in a boatswain's chair from the roof of an adjoining skyscraper, a workman was kept busily engaged for hours scraping buckets of gold laden soot from the flues of the 'old United States assay office, which is now being raxed. With true Wall street instinct the large crowd which had been attract ed by the sight of the man at work in the air. immediately sensed the mean ing of his labors. A5 the buckets were lowered to the ground they peered eagerly into them to oatoh a glimpse of the glittering refuse. The assay office, which was built In 1823, Is being torn down to permit the erection of a new and larger building. Its principal. work was the testing of gold and the reducing of old coins and Jewelry Into bullion.. In order to extract the last speck of goM which the building might con tain before turning it over to the con tractors, government officials had the floors of the refinery and other rooms torn up and burned. The ashes were then subject to treatment in order to extract whatever gold was in them. It Is claimed that In the floors of the re finery alone 31500 was recovered. In spite of these official precautions it is said that the demolition of the build ing has proved a little gold mine to the contractors, who have found gold dust in all sorts of unsuspected places. WAGES AT DOUGLAS SMELTER RAISED Douglas, Ariz, June 7 Douglas smeltermen get a new raise in wages this month under the sliding wage schedule based on the price of copper. Last month's wages were based on 16 to 17 cents copper. The average price In May, however, was 18.590 cents a pound. As a result the lowest paid laborer at the Copoer Queen and Calu met and Arizona smelters will get 31.75 a day. while the highest paid will re ceive 3C-85. BIG ORE DEPOSIT FOUND ON COPPER PRINCE CLAIM Swansea, Ariz, June 11 An im mense deposit of sulphide ore, carrying from seven to 15 per cent copper, has been opened on the 400-foot level of the Copper Prince claim, one of the old Swansea, group. Shipments of ore are now going forward to the Humboldt smelter and the output of the property is to be increased without delay. Judge W J. Thomas, of Los Angeles, now controls the Swansea group. His foreman is Ernest Lane, who was in charge under the old Swansea Consoli dated company. When the Swansea people quit work Lane protested that only a little more development wouM be necessary to open a big ore body. CARLISLE AND STEEPLER0CK PROPERTIES ARE EXAMINED Lordsburg. N. M, June 7. The Car lisle and other Steepierock" properties are being examined by experts and eastern capitalists are being Interested in these properties. Recently George Utter, John M Sully, general manager of the Chino Copper company, and W. D. Murray, of Stiver City, were here recently after an inspection trip to the Steepierock properties. The demand for copper is so strong that all avail able properties in this section, are be ing developed. Shipments of sorted ore are being made from the Nellie Bly mine, one of the biggest producers in the district KATY MINING COMPANY IS FORMED; $200,000 CAPITAL Doming. N. M June 7. The Katy Mining company 'has been "organized (with a capital stock of 200.000 ana will start development worK on us properties in the Santa Rita district at once. The mines are copper, gold and sliver propositions nd the shaft is now down 200 feet and still going. The copper runs eight per cent and better, the silver assays 12 ounces to the ton and the 32.89 a ton. The mine is being organized by Lee W. Russell and his associates and a number of of fers for the Kat properties have been refused rccentlj A Serial Every I ' ' SSSMSS1.SSSSSS1 1 Jl"A Man and His Wife" sabel Decides" to Let Duval Without John. By VIRGINIA TBniIU.B VAN de WATBR. Copyright 115, by Star Ooeapaay. CHAPTER XXVHI, SABEL HAMrCTON told herself that iher husband had cet the pace, and she had a right to follow It John Hamilton told himself that his wife had suspected him, had spied upon his actions and that therefore, he was justified in being as deceitful as she imagined him to have been. And as neither looked at the matter cooly and impartially, neither was con scious of being in the wrong. Yet women of Isabel's type have led more sheltered lives than have their ' husbands ana it "u' ,"""" - JJ,. " 1 W1 FIST s 1 IS 1Z UIUUIU u msitv .. i ide the f0-"",t'?f"tj!? " trifles. It is One thing for a 1 mere trifles. It is one thing for a woman to determine to do as sne pieaeco -respective of her husband's ideas; it is quite another thing for her to carry out this determination. So when Isabel received a note from Duval she hesitated for some hours before answering 'it Duval write that Mrs. Ferris had kindly invited him to occupy at her table the place left vacant by Mr Hamilton's enforced absence from the dinner. Might he not have the pleasure of acting as Mrs. Hamilton's escort? Migbt he not call for her and take her to Mrs. Fer ris' house and bring her home at the end of the evening? " Tn An Tsahal lustice. her first thought was that perhaps John might not like L. this plan, xnen sne recaueu mo !. sode of the telephone message fni Adelaide Hlmmons. She also reflectir that probably John had been with Ade laide during those night hours follow ing the delivery "at the message. She would ascertain if this was the case. At any rate, she would Duval bring her home from Ida's dinner. Since John would not come for her. there was no other way of getting home. n. -i... ...!. ha tll ntWnl lust yet that he might call for her. She would wait until tonwrru w aus,... his letter. So tomorrow after breakfast she re marked abruptly to her husband: "Pardon me for seeming Inquisitive, but I have a reason for asking you one question. Did you see Mrs. Sim mons that night you were out so later John flushed. Was Isabel going to "start something" again? Tet he al most wished she would, for she had been so strangely silent since that night with regard to that enttfe oc currence. , . " Tea" he said now, "I saw her with a lot of her friends. You see" But she stopped htm. "Thank you. she said briefly, "that la all I wanted to know." Decide 1o ccept Duval's Invitation. An enigmatical remark, surely, and it left him unable to carry on the jonrutiAn. Secretly, he was afraid to He could not know that already j m her own naina me wiie ana ubcwb, to accept David DdvaTs offer for next Thursday evening. It would be much pleasanter to go In a cab with him tban on the-subway with Cynthia. Afterwards, if John asked her any questions, she would answer him with the frnth exactly as he had Just an swered her when she1 asked him about j Adelaide. But he had told her nothing until she had questioned him. Neither would she tell him anything until he questioned her. Yes what was right for him was right for her. This was her pet formula nowadays. Men are not noted for tact, so John spoke now about a matter that sud denly came to his mind. "We must have a little dinner before long," he said. "For Mrs. Simmons, I suppose?" Isa bel suggested. "Why, yes," he stammered, "for her and some of the people we met atr her house." "Very widV Isabel agreed. "We will have this dinner, and after that well have one for my friends I mean the Ferrises and some of the people whom I shall meet there, next Thurs day night" "Perhaps we'd best go a little slow, my dear." he demurred. "We cannot afford to have" many dinners, you know." The dinner for Ida will cost no more than the one for Adelaide," she said. "As Mrs. Hlmmons, had us up, there first, we will have her here 1 first then, a little later, we will have my friends." . He let this pass without protest "What about a competent maid?" he asked. "Have you told Cynthia she could leave?" "I had a talk with her." she replied, "and she says, to quote her own phrase, that she "ain't no fancy cook and wait-' ress."" "Indeed, she isn't." he exclaimed with a laugh. "Let her go. She's getting too Independent And make your plans to secure a new maid next week one who knows how to cook and to wait on the table decently."' "Ida Ferris told me the other day that her waitress has a friend who Is an excellent houseworker a good cook and tikes waiting on the table nnl she does not want to do the washing and she does want five dollars more a month than we are paying Cynthia-" "Phew the man whistled. He thought hard for a moment Ida tells me that's what everybody has to pay If she keeps competent maids," Isabel continued. "And if you want to entertain, why. I supoose we must get rid of Cynthia. Yet you see. J iuat means a woman in to wasn ana Iron every week." Ills Idea of Economy Is Vexlncr. "Of course it does." said John. "But If the washerwoman does most of the ROYAL BEER 3 full pint bottles for 25c $1.00 per dozen. LION GROCERY 109-11 S. Stanton St. Phones 2424, 2405. Specialists For Men 1 I German-American I Doctors 1 ' DR. BR0NS.0N & CO. I Secood Floor H 06 1-2 MBSA One Should Read Escort Her to Ida's Party ironing, eooMn't the -maid finish itr- -Pevhaps." doubtfully. "Well." suggested John, "as we must return some of the courtesj shown us and have our friends in our home, 1 11 tell you kow we'll arrange. I'D pay the extra, ft a month tor the maid, and you pay for the laundress with what you save from your housekeeping allowance." "But, John." the wife protested, "how can I I have to buy clothes and such things, you know." "You alwas managed to look nice, yet you have saved something each week," he said. "Wh. jou saved enough in just a few weeks to help me out by paying the insurance last month, you know. And ou also know that I am always Killing to give you a little something now and then for j your clothing. Surely, if you could pay the insurance as you did, -you can help I in such a trifle as paying the laundress lor onesjay a week, i nave great taitn in your ability as a manager, my dear So that's settled Let Cynthia go, and get the competent maid " To Be Continued) Feed and Sale Stable Going Out of Business Bob Lowe Co. 803 Texas St wiH sell everything Thursday I Oth at . 1 0 a. m. Horses, mules, wagons, bug gies, harness, saddles, chickens and buildings. Everything mutt go. W. 'A. WILLIAMS, Auctioneer. BOUND J W 'UiiTstrjiiin'i itsisssiii ii& VIA. 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