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CHAPTER XVHf i Murgn. rit Ltlbouro" tad Mtty Stall ing t utlly over their breskfast In 'a private lnrtiM It wm April fur. sweet spring fmernlng All London wn looking It jirery beat, aad the fluwr IIr adorn ed Ho atreet with mae of pal primroses and dfttoty l,ai-llliM. Starr 'wa reading a tte. Marguerite lis 'teniae "And mother hk.- -in- house ao much." taM Mary an. I : lunging for tM to rom down Sr- i.ipe we hall not tay In town rnr- Minn a week. Can we not through rvthlng In a week. Made?' "Ob. I tblnh ' i; lunging to tr our new h'i,- We ara ao delighted hat darling Marguerite bai d-. m.-.i ,, , me to u," read Mary. Ihc an. i.-t U ... nice here, we hare had all 'ho brut people calling already I im ure ymi will both lie please.1 with h- garden nnd tennis lawna A to Marguerite's room, aba min rh.t.we and furnish them herself The fathar want over yesterdsy to lk at Bernard estate - am h a nobla place, ha aaya -magnlfl-cant tltnbar and plenty of game. Tim marriage la to be on tha tanlb of May. Mtldrad hi srerytblng that we could wish most kind, hut I can't help thinking now and thn how nice it would have baan ' our Mndge roultl have baan mlstr ,t n tbat soleu dor." Poor mother' ,.w Mary, break tog off 'aha win iiMver forgha Bruno tit Jilting you, Mda- " "It I a great pity, ;.nirn.-d Mar geerlte quietly I forgat him long 'aw." MI know you did.' iald Mary; "m ijr agt you aald ao; but. If It U trua, why did you rfu tbat nl Mr lnnox nt IN1tT" "However, It doesn't matter, for It cenu you will have planty of chnncaa. Aa I wrot to mothar. I found It no slnefsjee to chaperon a prt.lt heiress ranraor liar latant rp:ibllltle when lie Judged her to lie mint for mi devilled position Suddenly, aa he road, tha hand whlrh held the paper began In trem ble, bar Hp tightened, tier color roue. Her ryM were fixed upon h abort para graph. "A gentleman was thrown from a banaom In the Strand Inst nlJt and aarlnnaly Injured. He wna tttkon to Charing cross hoapltal. whence It la not considered prudent to ramore lilm. letter found on him prore him to be Mr. Martlneati. of tbe firm of Uroy and Mnrtlnaau. solicitors, Inilnn." "Madge," snld Mary, pushing open the door at tbat mlnttte, "do yon know wbaro Mr. Martlneau let" Marguerite etartad violently. Mr. ManlHeau! what -what made you think of blmT" "Well. I waa Jnat wondering how you ware going to he Mildred' brides mald unlei uti got your marriage annulled?" "That la worth consideration," re turned Marguerite, grnraty. "Mury, would yon think me telflgli It 1 went off on my own account tills morning? I I hare enme bultiaa do you mind being diverted?" "Not nt nil," anld Mary, cheerfully. "Thank yon. dear. You are quite Hire yon don't mini!?" "Downright certain! To begin with, here' tbat letter of mother's to hii war. Rltnll I ay wa leave Uimluu tbl weak. Madge?" "Yea, pleaae, dear." Marguerite earaped. Hurrying to her room, aha aurreyad liamelf critical ly from liend to foot In a full-length mirror added a touch here and there, dunned ft particularly becoming ha and carefully aetected glore. tben.ruti nlng down atalr. let hereetf out, and ballad a banaom. "Stop nt the flret tiurlat'a you com to," aha aald. Having loaded herself with llllee uf the valley and marguerite, inn gave "POOR MOlHKIl!" SAID MAHY, IlltKAKINO OKI'. all oror rtttrtipa. Ob. dear, bow dlffer SPt life waa thla time laat year - eh, liadger "Oh. Mnry, bow different!" "W'OSW yon Ilka to go back to tliwe tlmM?" W Mararit. emphnllanlly, "I atBiiW nal." "U'liai ara voa aoiae to do tkia morutiif r aatad Mry, alur a V"" are the brWeamaja' dmaaa to trr oh." Yw: am) to Mil ok Mrs. llrownlng. asd ik bar t( alio will cbaparoH u fors few tbaatara." "We wuat toko a hanom to go and tee bar. Wo Will lat tbat tilt tbl afternoon." "Very wall." "I will oo and bunt out the addrea of thla 4rooMMkr of Mlldrod'a. " aald Mary- "OM will coat u a tuotty peony, MMtao." "1 aoppooo ao," told Marguerite. rMkar aboaotly, aa Mary llt tbe room, ktaiftlo 4itgM0rite rooMloetl aeatad. a far aift, UioogbUol look In bar yaa. aa i( kor mind ware dwelling upon aoma aboaot ooe. M an h Hat go to klm," aba aaW aiootl, MaiH be will never ooma to m. t he g WNglaml, I woodar? Ok, wha."a? Koror onoe did wa meat blm, ill trob oar travel, and now -now tbete tan b no atwh tblog aa a cbanoe BieoUflg, hare In rmloa " Vltb a reatloM algb oba took up the MtitirKper nd gianead Idly through till! new. Very aharttjlng abe Inokod l iho tat there. Her dreaa waa Ute f4jl timpla kt eoatly. It aot off her aloWlor Rgure admirably Her fare Wl trained la baoNty rlnr tbe amIhmm MlgfB, Utooib It had aootawbat loal It cblldttka rejHRdooaa. and for the pro ent at Uaet tbe fan and Mirthful tn tierv wrr- kblooo away, liar wlo- rr lit H.ran-r wb-re Kbc had Oilgad 1:-. 'tlf (! tU-U:l) UJU &Ut.U Ltl aO air of grace and dial I act tea. tternard PoUja bad ben a ltneotaWn looo' the cabman thi name of the hoepltttl, and an driven ieel!ly ttm.ier. It w. not until ahe hnd paid and tlliriil.!-.! the robman. and atood wait ing for admittance. Hint lie bogan to roallie wlmt iho wn doing; and iha wna frightened at her own holdneaa. "How la Mr. Martliiunii?" alu R. quired, with an air of coiifiialau " wnt4l to hear bow he la?" "Which ward?" naked the porter Marguerite could not tell, "An accWaot." alia trM to explain. "Tha gentleman wna thrown out of a cab, and brouoht In yeaterday." A ray of Intetllganre Illuminated tbe iwrter' fare. He departed to make In quiries. CHAITgm XIX Margurrltt eat down upon a bench In the large lobby In which aha found beraelf. She wa trembling from head to foot. Never till this minute bad aba reolloed tbe force of her nan feel lofa. Iog uln.d aha bad com to the concdualott that her faollng for liar nard bad been merely tbat preference whleh ao many young girla mlatake for tare. Hut thla other feeling, which for month bad bean steadily growing In bar heart It bad needed but tbe fnet of Vnldane'a being In danger to reveal Ui her the strength which It had at tained. Thought of delirium, ampu tation, fever, death, enme arowdlng upon her Imagination. She wna oblige! to summon nil her self-control to keep from breaking down. Proaently the porter enme back with the nuree. a pretty dark-ey) young woman, with a avmuatbHtio fun. ai.u looked at Marguerite kindly, but apoke In ruther a coldly authorlUtlre man ner. "I am very aaevr. t ilasauH Ui vie Mariigniu aeo ay hc without ooo tor enwn, ana m u' ira not oori now." "Oh. but I mutt see hlml" Marguer fva MM, h franlla mho ef (nitoheia ll!n araf (Mr. 1 "I'm vwy aony. ifS not vtolUng lime, ye know: and I got Into IreilWa laat week for. admitting a visitor like tim. I really am aorry. Try le mor row." Tomorrow! He might be dead by, the. Now. now wae tha lima. Har lug ram ao far. aha mnat attain her end i tertiapi tomorrow aha would nof be able to arrow up her courage. "la no one admitted not their near t relatione when they are ae III? Jt la very cruel." ahe aald. "Well, perhaps hla mother might be, or lila wife." Marguerite waa poet atlaklng nt trl flea now. "I am hla wife," h0 anld, "Are you?" returned the niitir. "I thought hi wife wna dwtd.'1 "Why ehntild you think tbatr' aekod, Marguerite. "IImmuio lie'a got a woddlns ring) auipemled from lint neck by a piece of ribbon." "Oh. yta!" Mnrguerlle atammerctl. "I kbow-thnt I. nil right. Hut indeed Ii am hla wife! Oh, let me In!" The nuree wag conquered, and re-, queeled Marguerite to follow her. Kow that her point waa gained Mar guerite w filled with all aorta of feart anil wa alitrerlng and trembling na ahe followoU her guide-now wlahlng Jrom the bottom of her heart that ahe had not come, now utterly carried away by the thought of seeing litin again. 8bo Cured not nak the nuraa any qiieettonn nn to hla condition alto, conld not trust her voloe. They reached the door of the prlvato room he occupied. "Now wait here n moment," anld tho niirae, ne alia pnsaed Inutile. Agnln the suspend waa almost alak nlng. It seemml to Marguerite lioni-s) befart tho nurse retiirued. "Ifa all right. You can go In." alio aid: I'or the first time Matguerlte won-, dared wlmt ahe alioiild do. "la he delirious?" h!is asked of the. nu mo. "Oh, no; he'i perfectly aenalblel" Marguerite had exiwcted delirium alio had not reallaed the fact that Val da ne would know her, and now felt herself tremble until ahe called forth all her strength, physical nml moral.' ml walked steadily and nolaeleaaly Into the room. There wni n alight movement as Valdnne sank back upon his pillows "My wife." h. M,. ratl8r ,ow but distinct volce-"my wlf. i co,u, not believe It. Hut It Is yau-reniy you." The llnwera fell from her hand Mhe made a step forward, and triad to speak, but could not. 'for tho tonrs which overran ner oyea and roll down her fnco. He had held out hu band and aho look It, held it for n moment botweeit her own. und then Impulsive ly carried It to her lip. "Take euro." aahl Valdane, gentlv "Do nothing you will regret afterward You think 1 am dying, ami I hoped i was; but tboy tell me now it.. i .... to live and be sound ni fl aim Tot ii- have nothing that you with recalled," -von win lire-you will? Ah, how hankful I am!" "Thankful?" ha echoed. "Yes. thankful -so thankful tn .... ervtblng! first, that vn me. then that I tar nard threw me over, man mat i napiwiifrd to come to lon don yesterday, and last that bara. with youwlth you!" "And you aald you were n uif. you told the nurse you were my wife," he said slowly, hla eyes fixed long lugly upon her face. "Marguerite, my life, my lore, did you mean that?" Tktr waa it long alleuco. At last ahe said: "Yea, I meant It." The bed wna strewn with fraerant llnwera. A shaft of anrliiir siniiiniit streaming through the lull window Itsti on til two heads. ''a " aim wtilsnnrad. "Vnl ' . must paver be parted any mare." (Tito isnii.) BAD EOR BRITISH. Were forccii to Retreat Across the Tugcla River. HUNDREDS OF 7IILM KILLED. Grot. Duller sse Warren Hid le Retire, tearing Many Dead aud Wounded s the Scene of Action. DOCJ DIES OF QUIEF, Nturtrd lllm.rlf to th After IIU aiu.lrr Wm Klllrd. New York Tltnoa: Tod was only a dog. Hut he waa n faithful and affec tionate animal, and he la bidlevod to hove died of grler for tbe death of his owner, John Gorman, of "West HObo kea. Oormau wtirketl at the Wee hawken coal docks. When florraan went home at night there was nlwnya a race between Clor man's four children ml Ted to see which should be the ft rat to greet him. One day about two weeks ago Gorman met with an acci dent. He was crushed between two. coal cars, and waa taken to It. Mnry'n; hoapltal, Hoboken, where he died. When the body was taken home Ted aat nt the head of tbe coffin, and re fused to be driven away. When tbe body was taken to the church, Ted fol lowed tho funeral procession, waiting patiently outside the church. Then he followed hla master to the cemetery. He remained there when the family went home, but returned to the house shortly after aundown. Then be took tha place he had occupied while ha sal beside tho ooltln. Tbe children, whose grief was no keener than bin, tried to Induce him to play, but he would not leave the place he had selected. He also yefusad to eat. Various kinds of meat were net before blm, and he was also templed with saucers of milk, but he would neither et nor drink. On Thursday night he died, and Mrs, Oor man eays he deliberately starved him elf to deal through grief for tha death of his master. The four llUle Oorman eklldren tiiaoed Ted's body In aliox and buried H In the garden uuder a tree. Too sweet words leave a bitter taita. I-flndon, Jan. M. dsn. Holler's dls pstoh (o tho war otrioc stales that Bpl onkop was alMndoned on aetount of lock of water, Inability to bring artil lery there nnd the heavy Hoer fire. 0n. Huller gives no Hat of casualties. His wbolo force withdrew rtuth of the Tug ela river, with the evident Intenllnu of mashing tadymulth by another route. Following Is the text of Oen. Holler's dispatch, dated Bpcarnmns Camp, oaturday, .Inn. 17, 0:10 p. ni.: "On Jan. 20 Warren drove bnck the enemy nnd obtained poasfselon at the southern create of the high tableland extending from the lino of Aeton Holmes and Hongfra Port to the west ern Tjidyamlth hills. Krom then to Jan. 3& he remained In dim contact with the enemy. "The cnomy held n utrong position on a rnngo of small hopjoa from north west to WHithwest across tho dnlenu from Aeton Holmes, through Hplonkop to tho left bank of the Tugela. "Tho actual iHwItmn held was por foctly tennble, wit did not lend Itwelf to nn audience, aa the southern sloped were m )eep that Warren could not got an effective position, and the water supply wna a dlfllrulty. "On Jan. 13 I agreed to hut attacking Sploukop, n large hill. Indeed a moun tain, which waa evidently the hey to the position, but was far more aceem able from the north tliiiu from the1 south. "On the night of Jan. 13 ha attacked Bplonkop. but round It very dllllctilt lo bold, aa Ita perimeter wae so large, and water, which he bad been led lo bellevH existed In this extraordinary dry Hen ooii. was found very deficient. TIim crests ware held all Hint day against more attacks and n heavy ehell llro. "(len Woodgat. who was In qom mand at tho summit, having been wounded, Iho otllcer who aucceeded hi in decided on the necessity on Jn. il to abandon Iho poaltlou, nnd did ho before dawn Jan. SS. "I vlalted Warreu'a enmp nt 6 n. n. on Jan. 25 and derided Hint n UMiml attack on Hplanliop was useless, nnd that the enemy's right was too straits: to allow me to force It. 'Accordingly, I derided to withdraw tho force to the sou in on the Tugaln. At (! a. m. we commenced withdrawing tbe train, and by S a. in.. Jan ST 8t- urtlay), Wnrren'a force wa concentrat ed south of the Tugels. without the loss of a man or a pound of stores." Boer Head Uaaer. Ijtdrsmltk. Jan. M.-The Hrltlsh dead left on the battle- field yesterday number 1100. The Iloers any that the llrltl.h to, Is 1S00 killed Wednesday. It Is believed that this Include tii wounded. Tho Iloers nlsn claim tlmt tin r n. English troopn surrenilered at 8n!6n- op. P. J. Norwood. B tirninln.n. ltl.- of nicburtie, Is dead. Miners and operators are still hold ing conference ut Indlnunpolls, Ind. Killed IIU I'Niully. Cincinnati, O., Jun. 30. In on Over tbe Hhlne (oiiomeut Churlea Hurtruff. n tanner, murdered tits wife, his eon Carl. t wl C years, his daughter aged 3 year, and then tried to net the house nn llro by overturning the hot stove and pil ing the furniture on It. The skulls of all tbe vletttns were crushed with a blunt Instrument. No one saw the deed but Its iiernetrulor. He remained In the burning room until arrested by the po Hoc, Munr Will tin. Tacoma. Wneh., Jan. SO. Itstlmatts made by local ahlpplngmen show that 1C.6O0 men are Intended to reach Capo Kome by the first steamers from !uget tmM and Dawson. Two-thlrda of tbfsa, will go from Tneomn, Seattle ana nan I'runclnco, and Hit) balance will go down the Yukon river from Dawson and other Yukon towns. A great prospective rare is in sight be twwin thfMA lii'n Miiitlnviititu. First arrivals will secure tbe best part of tbe beucb. IlUa' rrulmtil Hiiw.nr. City of Mexico, Jan. 30. Regarding that President Dlax of Mexico nad do signaled his aucesanr na President of tbe republic. It k stated on authority of Mexican o metal that President Dlax has expreesed a vlh that Oen. Her nardo iteves sueeeeded to the office when he retires therefrom. Oen. He vcs. recently appointed minister of war of Mexico, waa for years, governor ot tbe state of Neevo Laredo, and has long been a favorite of toe president Democrat Stated, Fratiklert, fCy., Un ao.-Tho Aral aetltnl test ot strength between tho lie publican ami Drmlerktle faroes In th Ooebel-Tftylor oontest came BatMnlay, aitd by the adinlwdon nt the Ilopubll can leaders, prored a clear majority fr Ooebol. The Democrats slnlm the result of (Mttirday's struggle as dsol-. rtve. while tho Itopublleans, nlthetigh freely admitting a defeat, doelare that they will fight to the finish, nnd have" still rtrong hopes of retalelng Gov. Tay lor In his seat. Tho fight rnme on tho vote of the house In the oonttwt brought by II. B. Van Metor of I"ayotte oounty for the neat heretofore held by Henry 8, Hor ry. !llh sides realized that the test of real strongtb would bo mado on this Is Mie, and ovory effort wna mode to get out tbo lorgoet possible vote. There' were before tho content flfty-nlne Dora orals, Inouldlng Mponker Trimble, In be hoiue, and forly-one Republican. Tho latter claimed ronfltlenlly Friday, night that I hoy would be able to swing nt least fifty vltos. with eban os of two or three additional. The, homocrnts claimed to be certain of in voles. The vote In favor of Von .Meter was 11 to 41. Ilnys (llep.) and Wedge iDem.) were nbsent. Harry had uo vote because of his personal Interest In' Iho cotitosL Speaker Trimble dill not rote. Am soon as the fiesslou began W. A. Hurkomp, chulinmu of the committee whleh IihiI hetird tho evidence In the conlMt. roso to spank In behalf of the adoption of the majority report, which he had prepared ml presented yeAter ly. I'tidor special rules of the house, doptel Maturday each side was to San r ,htt" U,"ty n0r '". Himi fifty uilnutos for nrgumen uU ha member presenting nr.. , Wrty minutes to speak ... hi. te lagnl argument In supiwrt or Mr y. nnd.hei, be bad consul b Is '"tie Heprosttiiilli- n i ...... . Un Motor. Ho whs atopmnl by the 7""- me hnvlnaaxplred. Mr. Hurknmp niiiiouncatl tlmt he wlahstl to Hvldo bin time with Representative Mack, the honsu leader Of LllM ffitttllft. hcati minority. The speaker rtiletl that be could divide bis tlm with nobody. ir. iiurKttinp then moved for a debutu of two hours, one hour bang given to earn side. It was urerruled by the upcaker. .Mr. Black moved n retvwi of thirty minute bo taken. 'rhB spanker do clared the motion was Introduced to produce doluy, saying he would allow no such dilatory prai tlces, Mr. Slack's motion sealed the fate of Mr. Ilerry. The vole cm tbe motion to substtute tl emlnorlty reimrt In favor ot Mr. Van Meter for tha majority In favor ot Mr. lit i ry, (ban proceeded. As the call I voret'ded Representative Batrd, who was considered doubtful by both sides, :ecllned to vote. Mr. Cochran was tho Bret Itemocrst to vote for Rerry; Hg- bert followed blm, then came Orlder, Ufferty. Orr. Hlntoii and Wllllngham. when the call waa Mulshed the vole was -If to -III, several members present llgbort rhaniietl hi Vflt milIn. It 17 It) IR III favor nf V'un Mular n n, call for ubieiileiM. lbdrd sided with vail Moter. Democratic rimer rmllnr hint as ho aiiuouncod his vote. Three more Democrat, wlin liuil mil runnnrt. ed to tbo rollcall, voted for tb minor ity report, nun the clerk aunouncru tne total ei to in. 'Clin tnnlfirtlv fAlinpt nm nmAnf1l.it tlV tbo minority report, was then adopted . m . 1 t . a ana air. van Meter was ueemrcu member of the house. I'lue Aiptmlt. City of Mexleo, Jun. 50. What Is be lieved lo be tho best asphalt deposit In Mexico Is about to be dflveloped. It U situated near Tnmplco nnd Is controlled by Mexleans, who have refused offers from American contractors for operat ing 11. Tho deposits will be oporated wholly by Mexicans. A strong combination of leading Mexican capitalists have acquired a large tract or oil-producing lanu near the lmcltlc coast, and are iirrparltur for active oeemtton. NutlniiRll.t Itnutrrt. Paris. Jan. M. The eleetlon of OS senators resulted In u rout for the Na- tloimllsta. only three oat of twom betag Tim NollaEialUt made a ereat show nf latlltaev laM Innludtne GsiMI, Mer- cler. Umltert. Prex. Iteuiiiot. l'rovnar, Clersoct and U Veure and Cols. Tta. vaut nnd Moutell. Admiral Oalllbort was Blvo a Nationalist candidate. Ot these Generals Meteler and Lambert ninriK uinnaftrtui tuith eotnmsndlna large majortles. Geu. Merolsr waj thttr principal candidate. Mut lleinot tllin Pekln, Jnn. 39 The latest move ot the empress dowager appears to be as copied by both officials and people with tho greatest equanimity. None ot the high ortlelats, cither metropolitan or provincial, seem to have thought It worth while even to enter a pretest. The prevailing Imtireselsn among all classes of OWnoes stems to be that In order to eensedMate her power, the em press dowager most remove the prei mt emperor. BOMK GOOD JOKES ORlOINAL. AND SrttdCTTKD. A rrlty of (Jntpi, tllbe ami troalM, In tlnnas n Smile I'lutanin rtnJ Irtanm frnni Hi Thla nt Itainor Wlttjr Hfljlne,. A lllimlila ltitiM, - , "Mn, mny I go out lo playr "No; you must alt still where you arc" Pnuie, "Mn, may I gu Ubwii Into the klteh onr No, I want you to sit perfectly qulot." Pause. ' . ".Mn, mayn't I sit en the floor and play mnrblosr "I havo totil you twice that I want you to alt Just where you uro and bo quiet, and I mean exnelly what I say." Pause "Ma, may I grow?"-Co!ltei"s Weekly. ItniivMtinrjr. Ulster-Now when you divide an npple with Willie, ask blm to huve tbo larr.cet piece. Tomm- What's tbe tu of askln him? Tea llnnett, "IIo'b n very bright young man," said tho mother. "Oh, I know tlmt," returned the daughter. "In fact, he's too honest." "Imposslblel" orlwl the mother. A young man can't bo too honest." "Oh, yos, ho can," returned the daughter. "Ot course n young man should be honest enough nt to stoat tho spoons, or rosprt to pro . rlcntlon. but when he's too honest to steal a kiss he's altogether too upright to bo suecoiMful In love'Chlcago Post. Amitlier Il.ixitntnirnt. "I oamo mighty nonr trylu to enlist In do TrniiHVanl army," said Monndor Ing Mlko, "You tntglit hare ter work," said Plodding Polo. "Fur n minute I was wlllln' ter take de chniice. I wus decolvod by a typo graphical error. Do papir edW do Transvnnl was chock full o Ilcers, an' I had tor read half n coltiihtijueforo I got convinced dat It only . meant Uoers." Washington Htur. llml No tlbjprtlon. "Wo have oorao," paid tho spokes man of tho dotogatlon, "to nek you to permit ho tiso of your tinmo nt tbo convention wo expect to hold next week to nominate a candidate for ul dormnn." "You are welcome to use my name, gentlemen," replied Mr. lshchtfluzan sftkl, the Influential Polish cRImu, "It you think you can." Chicago Trib une. Iter Flvallllir Itrsret. "Don't bother. Usury, because t won't marry you," said she. There nro Just aa good Ash lu the aea as ever wero caught." "Hottor," aald be. shortly, aa tie roso to depart, nnd for once shu vrlehed she hnd conHfliitod to marry hi in so that alio might make him suffer for his hor rid romurl:.---Hnrpor'n linear. Inilu.trjr timl I.urlc, Teacher "Whut Is the difference bo-twet-n Induslry and luikf Hoy "One door." "Humph! How do you oxplala thotr "Industry Is wbnt you has yourself. I.tick Is what your neighbors tins."- -Qhlcago KveuliiK Post. A Cultliijt Ittiunrk. t lid W urn i.wiwi Jones- 1 wish toy dear, you'd let me lmvo one of tbuse photo you had taken the other day. , Mrs. Jones Why. of course, dear. I'll put one In n frame, BNd set It on your study tablesnail It Jones No, don't do Uftft Just bring It to me here. J wanl It to out this review. Punsh. l'Uylnar with tlia Hr- A small sehmillmy who bad been sent homo by his toucher because his sisters f had the measles waa noticed by that teaeher at the next recess playing with tho other children on tho school ground. "tnlinnv. didn't I tall Wll Hot to oome to sehool while your "Uter had tho measles" H... lull ! ....t .tl.1 I'v KrttllMl only eame to elay with the b-iva befo. It begins "-Cottimer Ul Tilbuos.