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ft** lirr a: the wilt Oh. but she
ha< Nrr. nmup Kncrr a every tall,
ftitiiiL 1 --xAjeaU.-»fT~-i mu she had
so lor.c -low. Surely not.
Bn *»* dfCMvel as a hundred
tSme*. ty a rrwrTTihhinoe, and by the
pn urWe l:\rx3 tn her mind. Bat she
*»d »c< thank she had been deceive!
to the oehrr man. Stoutened, eoars -
mt he was skill handsome, red
■prve, a*ert. It was Dirk Stoddard.
Dir* Sto Jdard, and across from
kink. Rff<r She moved so that she
could cee the ones she had not seen
before The smaller girl was the little
Esther. The other girl was a
straits*.-, an i from her corner Emilia
could see that she was angry and
sullen; that after some talk, Roger,
reluctantly, penciled a note and gave
It to one of the waiters who disap
peared tn the opposite direction fron
the stairs where she stood. Emilia
slipped away w th relief an the acro
bat ic dancers went on; little hard
working lVll\-Lou Ritz and her Ar
gentinian partners After that,
would be general dancing and per
haps by the time she made her next
appearance the group would havf
gone.
As the orchestra began again th
old-fashioned sweetness of string;
and piano that heralded Emilia's
second turn, she saw with dismay
that Manny had joined Dick and
Roger and was standing stiffly by
the r table. Then it was to him that
the note had been written. For a
moment panic held her. then she re
laxed. remembered that Manny wa.i
not only the closest-mouthed indi
vidual on earth but also that he had
always hated Dick heartily. Smiling
as she must, she faced her audience
and sang.
One of th4 girl* was waiting for
K Fays To Advertise In The Daily Dispatch
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WHDERSON, (W. C.) DAILY DISPATCH? FRIDAY,
excellent time tut the crossing, despite the fact that
she was held up at Gibraltar with turbine trouble.
The Rex is 880 feet long, has seven deck* and accom
modal ion for 2.000 passengers.
"> i ■» m»v . ante oft ’he dais,
''Mr lUve sent tor you. Someone
he wants you to meet."
I'milta’s hand went to her throat.
Rut one mustn't be a coward. And
she wvubi he to Roger for that
moment. Whether that girl with him
was his wife or his sweetheart, she
would see him. speak to him!
So far as anyone could see, when
she bad made that long, that dream
like passage between the crowded lit
tle tallies to them, she was quiet.
cjuietly. I‘gtatly. she came, the hood
of her long, rose velvet cape drawn
forviard about her yellow hair. The
unpainted face she lifted to them in
a courteous half-greeting was a tra
gic mask of dead whiteness. Involun
tarily. her hand flew to her throat
again.
Esther felt Dick Stoddard's hand
stoking Into her shoulder we he stead
ied himself. But Roger’s face was
flooded with strange color and de
light, He very nearly caught Emilia
in his arms
“Emilia," he said, his voice like a
happy boy's. “It's you! You're alive.
It’s Emilia!**
She answered evenly, with a mag
nificent control. “I —I wasn't killed,
Roger. It’s Emilia.”
Kay stiffened like a cat.
Emilia Valaty all romance, all
glamour still.
“Won’t you speak to me, Emilia?”
Dick pleaded. There was too much
intensity In his voice for the words.
But Emilia moved closer to Manny,
as tr for shelter. He laid a reassuring
hand on her arm and said. “There’s
your music.”
Emilia looked at Roger, but in the
crashing shock of him
Dick's nearness was a lesser thing.
It was strange. She had thought all
these years that meeting Dick would
be the most dreadful thing that could
happen to her. She answered him
casually, smiling as one does at an
old acquaintance. “How ure you,
Dick? You have changed very little.”
An invisible curtain of control
dropped between them as it had be
tween Kay and Roger. Dick had
sunk down by the table, nearly over
come. Kay was blazing angTy in her
silence; Manny miserable for his
Emilia, shifted hands and feet like a
schoolboy. But Roger and Esther and
thia strange Emilia Valaty from be
hind the crevasse of the war days
were cool and unbroken. The steady
eyed man of affairs, the painted cost
war child and the \eiHrw-haited girl
ish woman with the tawdry mask
and the tawdry uoi.i-Uc-tUcutrc spoke
on with tlie same control in this
shaken moment.
“This Is Esther, Emilia.” Roger
said. "You remember the baby Esther
we used to play with?”
Emilia smiled at the girl, her face
turning tender. “She is the same
Esther. I think.”
Esther smiled back at her. Sha
laid the toy mallet she had been hold
ins deliberately against her dps.
Emilia bent her head. “You were
wise, even then.” she said. “Wise and
quiet.” She turned to Roger. “Hav#
you children of your own?”
•*rio,” he said, “I never marrlbd.'*
“You were engaged,” she said,
whitening, “to Abby.”
They had forgotten the Ottawa.
“Abby? I don't re member arty
Abby. I was engaged to but on«
woman In my life. You know ft,
Emilia.”
“Abby Gray, my roommate on ttxf
boat. She told me so. She had teMf
you she cared, you liked her for H,
you were going to be married.”
“She was mad or lying. Yes. I re
member her now. I never saw her
after I saw you. She wrote me a
couple of the hysterical letters glrla
wrote men In wartime. You must
have known better, Emilia.”
“I have thought so—all this time,"
Emilia said in a low voice.
Manny suddenly laid his long, olive
hand with its big diamond on
Emilia’s bare shoulder. There was
kindness in the gesture, as if he
knew she was hard beset—but there
was possessiveness, too.
“Go up and sing now,” he said.
“You go up and sing.”
She dragged her cloak about her
as if she needbd shelter; she was
gone, hurrying between the little,
crowded tables. Roger followed her.
unmindful of the staring people
about them. He caught her arm.
"I never loved anyone but you," he
said low. “I can't wait till tomorrow.
Tell me now what I see In your facet
Tell me you know now you love m*
that we should have been together
all these years.”
She turned away that strangely
girlish face of hers. Slie fixed on Its
mask. While he stood watching, sta*
was gone, hurrying ep the runway
to the place where she must sing.
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AUNT SARAH PEABOCWS ACTIONS AT ;
NOAH BAXTERS ToDAV I*SOT
JUST ABOUT <SAVB cautious
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Dispatch
WANT ADS
Oat Result*
WANTED OWNERS OF p Lo -'
ence Oil Stoves and Ranges to knnl
we have wicks and repair
llwidMion Furniture Co.
liOVlfi MOTOR OIL' Por
cars and trucks n c p tr qUi ‘,.
Guaranteed satisfaction or
refunded. None better. Soio '
847 North Garnett Street Henfc*.
•on.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED \\
other shipment of those i ea „ ; . } '
Mallory hats—craven*.tied i.j
moisture, In the new *hjdes ri j r
shapes. Men, they are beaut e..
should see them. Tuck* r
ing Co. iw-2,;
WANTED YOU TO KNOW V\E
are selling thia week. 4 i-2xs c.,/
goleum Rugs for J 1.89. H-r,d* -
Furniture Co. 10-lt# 2;
PROTEST YOUR WAuls ~aXd
draperies. We make radiatoi
that fit- Elstimates furmshrd i,
request .prices very reasonab.t"
Tanner Roofing Co. Plion* i,..; t .
ONE THOUSAND ajOLLARjT HE
ward —will be paid to party \* Cu
found pin September 28 at » pat*
Avenue and Eigh’y Sixth Str**'
Now York City, communicate
W. H. Soper. 82 Beaver Sti?,-
New York City. Reward w.. o
paid upon identification of p;r.
18-€ ti
■ EMPRESS JONQUIL BL’LBS FOP.
sale. 38c per dozen. Plant now f„;
spring blooming. Phone 57 Mr*
C. P. Sellars. 20-2124
ANOTHER LOT OF SCHLOSS
Brothers suits have arrived. Man;
new patterns for young men.
witfc two pants. We haw them ir
a full range of sires and can f.:
both stouts and longs. Tuek-r
Clothing Co. 20-2 i;
FOR SALE lOO CONGOLEUU
Rugs 4 1-2*9 |1.89 cents each Her,-
derson Furniture Co. 18-19-21
BELIEVE IT OR NOT— DAY BY
day in every way more and more
people are learn*ng about the merit*
of our Shop. Meet your friend:
here. Allen's Barber Shop.
i Thurg-Frl. a
FOR RENT—FOUR ROOM FIRST
floor apartment, completely fur
nished. Private bath and private en
trance. garage, Price $20.00 aisn
small furnished house. Mrs. Ou
J. Rowland, 824 Nicholas Street
10-eod ts
COAL, COAL, COAL jPIIONE
29. Quality Coal, correct
weight. Prompt delivery. $
H. Watkins Yard oppodu
Methodist Church. 7-ts,
NO NEED SENDING OUT OF
town for roofing, sheet met a- work
and warm air heating and
We have one of the large?: ana bj*
equipped plants in the State. Hq.fi*
est quality xmtenal and workmia
ship. Lowest prices. Tanaet Roof
ing Co. Phone 806 . 21 111
FOR RENT—B ROOM HOUSE 912
Chestnut Street half block fionr>
West End School. Also apartments
for rent in the Stonewall. Apply
Eric G. Flannagan. 29-ts.
COAL, GOOD COAL—LET US FILL
• up your bin now while it is cheap,
it will be higher after weather gets
cold We have a Tull stock ready
for you at right price. Quality
aad weight guaranteed. Phone iSB
Right's Coal and Wood Yard.
19-eod ts
MANSFIELD SHOES FOR MEN
made by Bostonian, the greatest
shoe value we know of at $3.99
You Just have to see the shoe to
folly appreciate the value n th.?
price. Tucker Clothing Co. 20-2 ti
FOR SALE - ONE LARGE SIZE
PlJ*lor Furnace, sold for $65 00
used 4 months, i n perfect condiuor
#•8.80. Henderson Furniture Co.
18-19-21
TOBACCO FARMERS USE OLD
newspapers tu store your cured to
bacco on. Get them at the DaUy
Dispatch office for 10c per bundle
COMPLETE LINE OF SHIRTS
Wide-a-Wake full cut shirts, color?
guaranteed 75c, genuine broad
cloth EcUpse shirts SI.OO. Fruit of
the Loom shirts $1.50 and Manhat
tan $1.65 and $1.95. Tucker Clo;*
ißg Co. 20 2*
Hdp Wanted
; Man or woman to handle na
r tlonaHy known \Vatkios Pro
, ducts in Henderson.
established. Experience unn?-
; cessary—<Eansings average $25
i vtwkly to start. Splendid cp
poctunkp for right party.
ply at oaee,
J. R. Watkins Company
Dept. 1,
I Newark, New Jersey
wtmmmmammmmmmmm
B Chy Fuel Co
1 Coal and Wood 9
E. H. Duke, Mgr.
liy Th# Want Ads

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