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SUNDAY, AUGUST 31, 1919.
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Beached by the SANDRA THE JEALOUS a new serial story by JANE PHELPS. Author of “The Promoter’s Wife," and Other Stories. (Copyright by George Mathew Adams.) DISAPPOINTMENT CHAPTER LX. THERE had been no opportunity to go again into the attic. But I had by no means forgotten my fixed de termination to see what was in that ’trunk. So one afternoon when Mrs. Gray was out, I sent Hetty on an er rand that would take her some time. Then I went up and tried every key I could find in the lock of the batter ed trunk, but not one would turn. “Everett must keep it in his poc kej/on his key ring” I grumbled, as I rose stiffly from the floor. Then there came to me a story I had read where an impression of a lock was taken in gum and a key made. I had no hope that I could get the key from Everett if my supposition was right, as he always kept his keys in 'the pocket of the suit he was wear ing, even when in dress clothes. But I could get some gum. I could try to make an impression and if I suc ceeded, I could hunt up some one else to make me a key. I hurried down stairs. Hetty came in presently and I at once sent her out for some gum. She looked a tri fle surprised, but said nothing. When she returned I gave her a stick and pretended to chew one myself, al though gum-chewing was one habit I never had formed.* It was too late for me to make an other visit to the attic. It would be dark up there. So I had to content myself until some time when I could get another opportunity. I would not dare go, with Mrs. Gray in the house. She would surely be suspic ious if I did. “Get yourself ready for a shout trip, just a day or two, and meet me at the station at 5 o’clock,” Everett said at breakfast the next morning. “I’fll run up and get my bag and take it to the office with me.” “Oh, where are you going?” I was all excitement. “To New York. I thought yon would like to go. 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And we will take in a play or two.” “That will be lovely 1 Shall 1 take an evening gown?” “Certainly. Your sapphire chiffon, and your cloak. Wear your tailored mH, and take an afternoon dress. T, fJ will be all yo-.i will require. Be sun- you have ..11 the ac-t; series you need to keep yourself looking nice. One never knows what may turn up in New York. The attic, my curiosity about the trunk, and what it contained, all were forgotten in my delight. Then suddenly came the thought—he is afraid to leave me alone for fear I’ll invite someone here, or do something to displease him! But I would not allow even that thought to dampen my delight. I wrote Mother a note before 1 started to pack my things. “Everett is going to New York and is taking me with him,” I told her. “We are going to take in some plays, and he is to do some shipping for me, he says. He is really awfully good to me, mother and you mustn’t worry about what Rose says. She does exaggerate, you know, at times, most dreadfully. “The only trouble with Everett is that he can’t consider me as grown; up. He treats me like a child, in stead of a married woman. Perhaps oine day he will realize that I have grown, and will act as if I had. Un til then, I will have to make the I best of it, I suppose. lam so sorry Rose worried you about it.” My letter finished, I hurried up stairs and laid out the things I want ed to take with me. Then I called up Alice Sloane and 'told her I was go ing to New York, and asked if she wished me to do anything for her. She gave me several small commis sions which I promised to fulfill with care. I was so excited I couldn’t keep ' still, and when Mrs. Barr corrected me, my answer was more impulsive I than polite. My lesson hour over, I : rushed up to dress for the journey, rang. It was Everett— “l have changed my mind about taking you. Do not accept; any in vitations or invite guests while I am away. Goodbye.” If he had heard j my gasp of amazement and my sob of disappointment, he paid no atten tion, for immediately he said good i bye the click of the receiver told me he had hung up. I tried to get him at his office, but he was gone. He had evidently telephoned me from outride To Be CoiGn ied 1 ■" —— l 1 « Optimistic Thought. We have many days for thanksgiv ing in «ur pilgrimage. I Glass of Hot Water ' i Before Breakfast a Splendid Habit Open sluices of the system each morning and wash away the poisonous, stagnant matter. Those of us who are accustomed to ; feel dull and heavy when we arise,- splitting headache, stuffy from a cold, foul tongue, nasty breath, acid stomach, lame back, can, instead, both look and feel as fresh as a daisy always by washing the poisons and toxins from the body with phosphated hot water each morning. 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