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0 v By Dr Henry No Wiley WileyChemist WileyChemist
I i UI1 ° 3 Chemist for the United States Department Departmentvfe3 DepartmentI
I tl oil h hi i I m w vfe3 lI of Agriculture wV wVO a Matr
11 arll atr 1 HNON + + O N IVORCE will decrease about 90 percent when women learn learnJ learnt learnt
t I r I J the art of cooking When that happens this will be the thehappiest theI
I I i i i happiest place this side of Arcady or heaven heaventhough though I do donot doL doCU
L cb I 0 not know kn w the geographical location of the latter place nor nort noram
I i am 1 acquainted with the nutrIents used there
4 OIP 01 Of ° course a man like myself who has never married marriedcannot marriedIf marriedcanno
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If 1 t = = cannot canno t tdivorce pretend to speak with authority on such subjects as IUII
I rb 11 f 00 > M divorce But I do think that If more attention were paid to tocuisine tojlt totit
tit Ij a cuisine In the ordinary menage menageIt If more wives were call cajable callI call >
I II J able of giving that department of the domestic machinery Intelligent super supervision supervisiontho ¬
1 j vision Islonthe the divorce courts could pretty nearly nearl go out of business businessMoreover businessW
1 W V J Moreover If wives all learned ta took that dreaded bugaboo the ser servant serant ¬
11 U vant ant problem would evaporate evaporateI
I E i v i i I remember going to a farmers Institute InstltuteI I used to go to a good many manyof manyof
1 b I of them themand and hearing a very ver nice paper on how to keep husbands at home homeWe homeJ
J 3 I 3rj J f We all listened with deep attention attentionWhen attentionqt attentionWhen
qt When It was all over an old lady sitting In one of the back seats arose aroseand aro aroseand e
MI > and said I have been greatly edified and Interested by what Mrs Blank has hassaid hasnil hases
nil j t said but I fancy I have had more experience In this matter of keeping hus busbands husIre husal
Ire I HI bands at home than she has hasmore more perhaps than most of you here present presentand presentt
t and I want to say sa that there Is Just one way wa one Infallible rule beautiful beautifulIn
I It I > In Its simplicity unfailing In its application and that is IsFEED FEED THE THEBRUTES TIlEJ THEDRUTESI
J fi BRUTES BRUTESAnd BRUTESIAnd r rAnd
And that old lady lad was right If a man comes home to three good meals mealsa
I I t a day da good food and plenty of It well cooked and well served with a reason reasonable reasonable reasons ¬
s y able deference to his indlvigdual tastes tastesdo do you ou think hes going to quarrel quarrelwith quarrelt
1 i fi with his luck Why Wh hed be a fool foolGKErivvv foollI
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I > tit t t HE size of a task often depends upon the point from which whichwe
I we view It Sitting In an easy cas chair racking our brains brainsto
f to evolve some plan by b which wo can accomplish the la labor labar ¬
1 > t v bor with the least possible effort It sometimes assumes assumesgigantic assumesr assumesgigantic
r T gigantic proportions and we tremble at the thought of the thodlfilcultles theI thedifficulties
I i j I difficulties that confront us As s we approach however the tbechange thej thechange
t change In the perspective produces a conspicuous change In Intho Inf inthe
f h tho appearance of the object aimed at and when Se we actually actuallydo actuallYff
ff j rh do begin to climb cllmbda day by day da ascending higher and higher higherwe
we smile to think that we ever should have hesitated at so s so easy eas an ascent ascentI
I It Is the he same with other tasks In life as It Is with mountain climbing climbingThe climbingThe
J 1 The main point I oint Is to begin Once under way wa the task becomes a compara comparatively comparalively ¬
I lively easy eas one the difficulties that seemed so gigantic gradually dissolve dissolveas
as we approach and by b quietly and easily climbing we suddenly discover discoverthat discoverthat
1 that we have reached the top The task has been accomplished and as we welook welook
4 look back upon It we marvel to see with what slight effort the work has been beendone beenI beendone
I done don dont
t I j t The hardest part of any an enterprise Is In taking the first step The best bestway bestI bestway
I t way to take this first step is to take it at once Few of us us are so deeply In Inspired Inspired ¬
t spired that we cannot resist the temptation to work Most of us need to tobe toid1 torj
id1 be goaded up to the desire By D the exercise of a little will power however howeverwe
i I t rj t r 1 we can easily overcome such a fault and by b making up our minds to per persevere pert persevere ¬
t I severe In doing something every ever day da whether we want to do br not we shall shallsoon shallI shallsoon
I soon find that It was not so difficult a matter to overcome that spirit of In Indecision indecision ¬
I i decision that is responsible for so much of the loitering in this world worldNew worldj
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1 I + 10 Ing pressure of 60 tons to the square inch and a temper temperature temperPa
rlj Pa il 11 S ature of no less than 5200 degrees C Sir William Crookes Crookcssaw
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f 1 t t M i have been the formation of diamond dlnmondthat that Is It his calcula calculat
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la explosion chamber he has recently extracted from them themsmall themsmall
A small crystals that seem to be veritable diamonds diamondsWe diamondsj
j n f I We see then that If men cannot control the conditions that make for forlarge forlarge forf
f large diamonds they at least understand them It Is in all likelihood a amatter 1 1matter
f matter ef a comparatively short time when the diamond will have been con conquered conI conquered ¬
I quered as absolutely ns the ruby rubyWith rubyi
h With this final temperature of 6200 degrees C we have reached the lim limit ¬
i 1111 t I it of mans present attainment On looking back we see that every step st p
t In temperature he has so far taken has led him Just so s far along the path pathto
It J i to universal conquest conquestthe the absolute conquest which he Is destined d es tined ultimate ultimately uft Imate ImateI ¬
t I t ly to make makeBut makefibl
fibl i But in this phase of temperature alone he has still far to go We have havehad
il had evidence from many man sources that even in the sun which is by no means menusthe meansthe
f Ji the hottest of the heavenly bodies and which yet possesses possesses temperatures temperaturesthat
I I r I that transcend anything we know on earth the very ery elements of matter lie liethere fiethere
t I there disintegrated Into simpler forms Such temperatures are the distant distantAJplne distantI
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probability a site on the Palisades palle ues will willlie willbe willbe
be chosen for the homo for superannu superannuated superannuated superannuated ¬
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j for which a committee on ways w a3 s sand and andmeans andmeans
means appointed by the Fine Arts ArtsFederation ArtsFeder ArtsFederation
Federation Feder tlon expects to raise this fall for forbuilding forbuildIng forbuilding
building and endowment endowmentahout about 250000 250000Ten 250000Ten 250000r
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high waters cover the bottom bo tom along the theMississippi theMississippi theMississippi
Mississippi bear and deer and cither cOierwild e citherwild < her herwild
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pletely surrounding them lose all fear fearof tearof fear fearof
of man or at least become bccomelndllerent bccomelndllerentto Indifferent Indifferentto
to hIs pesence In come Instances they
have seemed to welcome mans ap approach approach approach ¬
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THE DESERTED CLAIM CLAIMUp CL CLAIMUp IM IMVp
Up where the hI Inowlhlnel snow now shines pure and white whiteOn whiteVOn whiteOn
VOn On the pinks plakllhal that point to the summer sky skyUp IkYp skyU
Up U p In n the Gulch by tno evening light lightI ti
I caw as we traveled slowly oy 0 0It
A claim deserted and left alone aloneA aloneA lloneIt
A shaft sunk In tho mountain mountain side sideA IldeA sideA
A roofless cabin of logs lUll rough hewn hewnWhere hewnWhere hewnWhere
Where some oho ono had labored till hope had died diedAnd diedAnd died diedAnd
And later on when our camp was made madeAnd madeAnd madeAnd
And the white tents pitched for another night nightWhile ntllhtWhllo nightWhile
While the pine trees weirdly tossed and swayed swayedIn swayedIn
In the cheerly glow Iow of our campllrellght campllrellghtWhen camp campllrelightWhen lIrellght lIrellghthen
When hen merry voices rang on tho air airAnd IIlrAnd airAnd
And smiling faces flashed In and out outI
I thoUKht of that cabin rude and bare bareHe bareOf bareOf
Of It its I owner who labored In hope and doubt doubtlie doubtIle
He had come come perhaps from some Eastern home homeFor homeA homeFdorhspeld homeFor
For speedy wealth weallhto to this Western clime climeAnd climen climeAnd
And A n Fdorhspeld homesick nnd weary and nd all alone aloneAnd alonelIe aloneIle
lIe had faithfully tolled for some friendly sign IlgnCold signCold
Cold moans the wind through Ih thb anon deep deepAnd deepAnd
And the coyote cries the th night hours drear drearThere drearThero drearThere
There are unknown footstep mat lottly foal creep creepAnd creepAnd creepAnd
And the voice of the burro Is kindly cheer cheerStill cheerStili cheerStill
Still he dreamed ns others had done before beforeAs beforeAs beforeAs
As others shall do In the days to come comeOf coRleI concOf
I Of finding wealth unbounded In un bounded store storeAnd ItoreAnd storeAnd
And Joyfully bearing Ills treasure home homeBut homeD homeBut
But D Her Mo fortune smiles n IIarCoh Is are chary the Iro when hardest lle nil 1 1ol oni ol Is told toldHer earth toldHer h to gal galA gain gainAnd gainAnd
And where here one Is favored < 1 with shining gold goldA
A thousand others may toll In vain vainhus vainThus atn atnThul
Thus hus I sit and muse In the campfir campfirWhile campfire glo gloWhllo glow glowWhile
While the welcome evening meal mealnd II spread spreadAnd preadAnd
And nd the sound of the river comes soft softAnd and low lowAnd lowAnd
And tho stars shine brilliantly overhead overheadFor overheadFor overheadr1
For my heart sunshineeorddripping Is saddened day by b rain rainTAtdeserted day dayVe dayWe
r1 We Ve empass pass In In sunshine or dripping rain rainThat rainThat
That frequent roadmark upon claimay our way wayA WI WIA
TAtdeserted A deserted tdesola desolate mining claim Denver Republican RepublicanA Republicanh
+ h + + 1i + + t iF + + + 1 + 4f + + P4 + + irf + + + FM + + + + 4 + + 4 + i + i + f 333 + + 01 + 1001 P 1 d lIt F1 14 f III Ili 10 + + III IIIi FiF4 + 4 4A +
i A Provincial 1 Family Feud i iLL
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Those two rival families repeated on ona ona ona
a small scale the discords dlscordsof of the Mon Montagues 1II0ntagues Montagues ¬
tagues and Capulets only with due dueregard dueregard dueregard
regard to the civilization of the times timesinstead timesInstead timesinstead
instead of spilling blood they spilled spilledmoney spilledmoney spilledmoney
money Instead of dead relatives relativesthere relativesthere relativesthere
there had beenmany been many lawsuits long longand longand longand
and entangled they went ent to law for forspite Corspite forspite
spite for resentment for anger they theykept theyI theykept
I kept at law with that obstinate delight delightin
in litigation which is one of the Joys Joysof jOSof joysof
of provincial life As usual It was wasa
a question of trifles trlf1esa a stream of water waterthat waterthat waterthat
that had taken a wrong direction an nnunruly anunruly anunruly
unruly goat that had leaped from the thefleld thefield thefield
field of one Into the field of the other othersome othersome othersome
some obscure and stupid potatoes potatoeswhich potatoeswhich potatoeswhich
which spreading themselves under underground underground underground ¬
ground had disregarded the bounda boundaries boundarles boundaries ¬
ries Upon this showered legal docu documents documents documeats ¬
ments the lawyers tolled to write in inthat Inthat inthat
that style of theirs the last relic of ofbarbarous ofbarbarous ofbarbarous
barbarous Invasions judgments were weremultiplied weremultiplied weremultiplied
multiplied lawsuits grew complica complicated ¬
ted The two advocates rubbed their theirhands theirhands theirhands
hands for Joy and from the aspect of ofthIngs ofthings
1 things were sure of transmitting us usa UNa itsa
a valuable inheritance those quarrels quarrelsto
to their sons How the enmity be between between between ¬
tween the Pasquall and the Derlcca Derlccafamilies DerlccafamlIes Dericcafamtlies
families had been caused could not he heclearly heclearly heclearly
clearly learned affirmations varied on onone onone onone
one and the other side But it was a adeep
deep and declared enmity enmlt Being Beingneighbors BelngneIghbors Beingneighbors
neighbors in town and in the country countrythey countrythey countrythey
they frequently met looking askance askanceat
at each other the women heard mass massin massIn massIn
in two different churches if the Derlc Derlcca ¬
ca girls wore blue gowns gowns the Pas Pasquali PasqUILII Pasquail
quail girls at once put on pink ones onesin onesIn onesIn
in the municipal council the Pasquall Pasquallwere Pasquallwere Pasqualiwere
were always conservative and nd the thoDerlcca theDerlcca theDericca
Derlcca naturally radical that which whichone whichone whichone
one did the other would not have done donefor donefor donefor
for a thousand scudi where one went wentthe wentthe wentthe
the other did not appear And then thengossip thengossip thengossip
gossip evilspeaking complaints eag eagerness eagerness eagerness ¬
erness for scandal malignity in short shortall sbortall shortall
all that outfit of pleasing things which whichtake wbllhtake whichtake
take place In provincial towns between betweentwo beteentwo betweentwo
two rival families On top of all allthis allthIs allthis
this Carlo the eldest son of tho Pas Pasquail PasqUIIII Pasquall
quail and Marla the second daughter daughterof
of the Derlcca thought It best to fall fallin fallIn fallin
in love with ach other otherLove otberLove otherLove
Love in a small town has not much muchvariety muchvarIety muchvariety
variety usually it begins In childhood childhoodcontinues childhoodcontinues childhoodcontinues
continues amid games of bllndmans bllndmansbluff bllndmansbluff blindmansbluff
bluff is apt to manifest manlfe itself in social socialdancing socIaldancing socialdancing
dancing parties and round games games and andis andIs andis
is always ratified by the parish priest priestand prIestand priestandd
and the mayor These loves are rec recognized r rognlzed recognized ¬
ognized superintended established establishedregistered establishedregistered establishedregistered
registered In the household comings comingsand comingsand comingsand
and goings protected by grumbling grumblinggrandfathers grumblinggrandfathers grumblinggrandfathers
grandfathers and by priestly uncles unclesloves unclesloves unclesloves
loves without nerves without tears tearswithout tearswithout tearswithout
without tenderness and fancies some something sometblng something ¬
thing extremely calm and slow slo the thecrystallization thecrystallization thecrystallization
crystallization of love But Carlo CarloPasquall CarloPasquall CarloPasquali
Pasquall had had the Incomparable Incomparablefortune Incomparablefortune Incomparablefortune
fortune to pass passafortnlght a fortnight at Naples Napleswhich NapleswhIch Napleswhich
which made him look with scorn upon uponprovincial uponprovincIal uponprovincial
provincial customs and Maria Derlcca Derlccaat Dericcaat
at night by feeble lamp had wept over overtho oyerthe overthe
the hapless heroines of Mastrlanl and andhad andbad andhad
had envied them In their fantastic pas passions passions passions ¬
sions therefore for these two was re required reo reoqulred required ¬
quired an n exceptional love First It Itwas Itwas itwas
was a furtive glance a softly s t1y mur murmured murmured murmured ¬
mured word yet et heard with singular singularperception singularperception singularperception
perception by her who should hear hearit hearIt
it a carnationpink cllrnaUonpInllfallen fallen from a bal balcony balcony balcony
cony by reason rea n of the wind of course coursea
a sudden pallor of his a sudden suddenblusl1 suddenblusl1of blush blushof blushof
of hers then ky y the thearmed armed Intervea Interveatlon Intrcntlon lntervcnIlea
tlon of a rogue of a flfteeriyearold flfteeriyearoldgirl fifteenyearold fifteenyearoldgirl
girl who came with a a1laUron flatfron flatiron to tosmooth tosmooth tosmooth
smooth Marias linen and the course courseof couraeof courseof
of true tru truelove love at the t esame same time tlmea a note noteand noteand noteand
and a brief reply a little letter a long longlettel louglette longlettei
lettei lettel and finally those voluminous voluminousepistles volumInousflplstles voluminousepistles
epistles of right < < ghtorten or or ten sheets of note notepape nolelapel notepaper
paper lapel which hlcb mark the highest point pointof
of Uw folly of love loveAlas loveAlasl love6iasl
6iasl Alas Alasl T The he e Joy joyoC of the young people peoplewdsbrlef peoplewdabrletanl peoplew
w wdsbrlef wdabrletanl slbylef and ant sorrow rapidly arrived arrivedto arrivedto
to destroy It They were w were re seen seen spied spiedthe spiedt1le spiedthe
the dews reached reached their theJrrcspecthe theJrrcspecthepap respective respectivepap respectivepapits
pap papits and nilthe all tbe thunderbolts of pa ¬ j
ternal wrath embittered by b eleven elevenlawsuit elevenlawlults
lawsuit fell upon the heads of the thepoor thepoor thepoor
poor lovers The balcony balcon windows windowswere wIndowswere windowswere
were closed the bolts were fastened fastenedon
on the terrace door the carnation carnationpinks carnationpinks carnationpinks
pinks on the bush were counted walks walkswere walkswere walkswere
were forbidden or at least made with without without without ¬
out previous notice the hour of go going goIng going ¬
ing to mass varied each Sunday Sundarbut Sundarbutthose Sundaybutthose but butthose
those two continued to love each other otherRebuffs otherRebuffs otherRebuffs
Rebuffs exhortations prohibitions prohibitionsdlfilcultles prohibitionsdlft1cultles prohibitionsdifficulties
difficulties availed only anI to Inflame Inflametheir Inflametheir inflametheir
their love at night In the winter winterMaria winterMarla winterMaria
Maria arose dressed herself wrapped wrappedherself wrllppe wrllppeberself wrappedherself
herself In a shawl and in slippers slipperswith slippersI slipperswith
with I h bated breath trembling for fear feardescended Ceardescended feardescended
descended the stairs to a window of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the first floor the young friends was wasIn wasIn wasIn
In the street leaning against the wall wallSo wallSo wallSo
So they talked for two or three hours hourswithout bourswithout lours lourswithout
without caring for the cold the rain rainor raInor rainor
or the loss of sleep they talked with without wIthout without ¬
out seeing each other from a distance distanceof
of five meters of altitude becoming becomingsilent becomIngsilent becomingsilent
silent at every sound of a passer then thencautiously thencautiouslY thencautiously
cautiously resuming their discourse discoursewith discoursewith discoursewith
with the continual fear that Marias Mariasparents Marlasparents llarlasparents
parents might arouse and find her In Inthat Inthat inthat
that aerial colloquy But what did didit didIt didit
it all matter to them They had hadwithin hadwithin hadwithin
within their hearts sunshine light lightspringtime lightsprIngtime lightspringtime
springtime courage enthusiasm If Ifthe Ifthe Ifthe
the king had come they would not nothave nothave nothave
have moved Instead the brother of ofMaria oflIIarla ofMaria
Maria one night when he could not notsleep notsleep notsleep
sleep arose from hIs bed and found foundtho founelthe foundthe
the door ajar went down the stairs stairsheard staIrsheard stairsheard
heard a murmur and caught his sister sisterin sisterIn i iIn
in the act he unceremoniously barred barredthe barredthe barredthe
the shutters In the face of Carlo gave gaveMaria gavellarla gaveMaria
Maria a resounding box on the ear earand earand earand
and brought her to her room Next Nextmorning Nextmorning Nextmorning
morning the small window on the first firstfloor firstfloer firstfloor
floor was walled up
0 all ye ye e faithful lovers who grieve grieveamid grleyeamid grieveamid
amid the pains of thwarted love imag ¬
ine the despair of those two Their Theirletters Tbelrletters Theirletters
letters were no longer legible for fortears fortears fortears
tears blotted the words rows of ex exclamation exclnmntlou exclamotiou ¬
clamation points that looked like IlkaPrussian Illt IlltPrusslllll likePrussian
Prussian soldiers under arms follow followed tallowed ¬
ed the dally imprecations against for fortune Cortune fortune ¬
tune destiny fate and other Imper Impersonal Impersonal impersonal ¬
sonal beings Incapable of resenting resentingthem resentingthem resentingthem
them a thousand fantastic plans planswere planswere planswere
were created discussed and then re rejected reo reojected rejected ¬
jected Carlo would have liked to toelope toelopo toelope
elope with Maria but his father al allowed allowed allowed ¬
lowed him no money and It would wouldhave wouldhave wouldhave
have been difficult to put together the thenine thenine thenine
nine lire and fifty centeslml for two twotickets twutlcltets twotickets
tickets for the Journey to Naples they theythought theythougbt theythought
thought for a moment of suicide but butfound butfound butfound
found that it would not solve the dif difficulty dlfflculty difficulty ¬
ficulty Then in the long run their theirlove theirloe
love became systematic the impreca imprecations Imprecatlons imprecations ¬
tions were always the same and they theycould theycould theycould
could not go to their beds without hav having havIngpoured havIng ¬
ing Ingpoured poured forth upon the faithful faithfulpaper faithful faithfulpaper faltbfulpaper
paper the fullness of their grief In Inthe Inthe Inthe
the town nothing was talked of ofb but buttheir buttheir t ttheir
their unshakable love and their tor torments tormentsthey tarmeats ¬
meats mentsthey they were the objects of gen general general general ¬
eral Interest It a Neapolitan arrived arrivedthe arrlvedthe arrivedthe
the townsfolk took him to see the theruins theruins
ruins of the amphitheatre 1mphltheatreand and related relatedthe relatedthe relateddthe
the case of Carlo and Maria There Therefore Therefore
fore the young oung people flattered In their theiramour tbelramour theiramour
amour propre assumed the behavior behaviorStting behaviorfitting
fitting to tire circumstances Maria Mariawas Marlawas Mariawas
was always pale with a 1 melancholy melancholyair
air never neversmlllngalwarstalklnc never smiling always talking to tocontent toher toher
her gIrl friends nbbut her Joyless days dayscontent dayscontent
content to resemble In all respects respectsone respectsone respectsone
one of of Mastrianis heroines Carlo Carlotool Carlotool Carlotool
tool lonely walks was was always deenly
depressed at at balls he never moved rawedout U1IIyedout movedout
out of a corner content that they mur murmured murmured murmured ¬
mured around him Poor youngTnan youngTnanthat roungmantbat youngmaathat
that unfortunate love affair saddens saddenshis saddensbls saddenshis
his life IIfel In society at at small festivi festivities festlvities festivities ¬
ties in visits with the unwearying unwearyingmonotony unwearlngmonotony unwearyingmonotony
monotony of the province the discourse discoursealways discoursealwJlYs discoursealways
always returned upon the subject of ofthe oftbe ofthe
the two lovers Carlo and Maria bore borewith bore1t11 borewith
with 1t11 dignity dlolt the burden of ofthefr their popu ¬
larity larityFlnaJly l larityFinally rlty rltyFinally
Finally after I ldollt dont know knowhow knowhowmatly how howmany howmady
many years yearsfoui four or five It seems to tomo tomaof toIndof
mo maof of tills continual struggle of oCdnl dal
weeping y of long 1on long J love ve vealned f ftamed
tamed alive by dissensions
the thess thessof as asof
of things changed There was n athy jffi jffithy W ° I Itbypersontbere
thy tbypersontbere person personthere there still are Euch suchwit vjX vjXwith 1
with many efforts of eloquence pet er ri riBuaded
Buaded the parents that by the lawk a asuits i isuits
suits they were losing property propertyaD propertyaDmuch anj anb
much of it as witness tho two sdro sdropense ad adrocater i icates
I
cater who had grown rIch at the cl clPease
x xpens
pens of ofthelr of their clients that thosTt thosTtyoung those hr hryoung two
young people were pining and woolj would 0014 i igo
go Into a decline because blcauseof of umU umUthwarted thatlthwarte thatl1
thwarted love the houses were wer were side llder
by side and the the estates coatlgn contlgpOui contlgpOuiChrlsttorgave < iai4
Christ Chrlsttorgave forgave and they must fojjiviV fojjiviVif iol1lv iol1lvIf
if they wished to find forgiveness H Hl HlsaId jle H Hsaid t tsaid
said so much and so so many other otherpet r rsons ptji ptjisons pef pefsons
sons moved by the example Inter Interposed Interposed filterposed
posed that the thequesUons questions
came to tocompromIse i icompromise acompromise
compromise which which had as Its first firstchapter 6rstchapter t tchapter
chapter the marriage of Carlo and aaiMarla anfMarla andMaria
Marla MarlaHere MariaHere i iHere
Here surely every one will supp support supposethat f fthat I Itbat
that the young people peopletwere twere were greallj grealljconsoled greaU greaUconsoled greatlyt greatlytconsoled
consoled and will suppose suppose trulr trulrbut trul trulbut truly
but my obligation ns naa a a sincere story stor i iteller
teller constrains me to say that In their theirfirst i ifirst i
first free colloquy reigned a great em eabarrassment embarrassment embarrassment
barrassment They were
accustomed accustomedto i ito
to see each other at a distance bj bjstealth bJstealth by bystealth
stealth to speak from a first floor floorwindow 6ocrwindow doorwindow
window down to the street In tn tndarkness the thedarkness
darkness disguising or smothering smotheringtheir smothertnctheir smotheringtheir
their voices they found themselves themselraquite thelDsebesquite themselvesquite
quite different perhaps a little rldleivj rldleivjlous rldlcu rldlculous i
lous they had no subjects of conver conversation converI converIsatlon coaversation
sation they were often silent hasten hastenIng jj
Ing their thoughts the hour when whenth whenthshould they theyshould they1should
should quit each other There were no nomore nomore i imore
more Imprecations and tears to u hl hlmIngled i imingled imingled
mingled with the thelnk ink they no longer lonierwrote longerwrote longerwrote
wrote to each other Everything yu Fufree 1 1free i ifree
free smooth easy for their affection affectionthey aftectl o othey i ithey
they were not obliged to think of Bib lubtletles Buttleties j
tletles by which to evade the vigilant vigilantof vigilanceof Igllanctof
of their elders they took no more morepleasure morpleasure more morepleasure
pleasure in murmuring a few words worjjIn wor worIn wordsin
In secret they made no more daring daringi darlnrprojects daringprojects
i projects for the future They would be bemarried bemarried j
1 married prosaically without obsU obsUcles obstaeles obataIles
cles like so many man other silly sillycouplea sillycoupleaThe couplei coupleiThe COUplLThe
The townsfolk no longer took thought thoujltof
of them the wonder nnd the comments commenton commentson
on the marriage once over Carlo an anMaria and aodllarla andMaria
Maria no longer awoke attention ttentlon were wereno wert wertno wereno
no longer talked about their be behavlor behavior behavior
havior was noted no more they the cot cf c cto se4 se4to 4 4to
to be pointed out as nsan an exampmf exampmffidelity examp f ffidelity
fidelity Now ow all eyes were fixed vfm u uthe up1Shthe i ithe
the wife Of the pretor pretorwho who was at atcused as ascused to tocused
cused of too great partiality for the theviceattorney thevlceattorneya theviceattorneya
viceattorney a serious piece of bull business bullness budness ¬
ness nessThe nessThe nessThe
The two lovers felt themselves for forsaken forsaken
saken a great coolness arose between betweenth betweenthem j jthem
them th m Carlo found that the virtue of ofhIs ofhis j
his fiancee those virtues Irtues which shone shonein shooIn shonein
in her letters were dimmed by tb tbatmosphere the theatmosphere theatmosphere
atmosphere of home Maria frequently frequentlythought frequentlythought 1 1thought
thought that Carlo was was rather COB COBmonplace rommonplace commonplace
monplace in his tastes and that to toend toend toend
end with a stupid marriage so tem tempestuous te tempestuous lo lopestuous ¬
pestuous a love was unworthy plt pltreader 01 a areader aareader
reader of Mastrlanl A few llvejjw llvejjwmarks 11e 11emarks llvelmarks
marks passed between t tgard them tat tatto it itgard
gard to Illusions contradicted contradictedreality contra llcted llctedrcallt Li Lireality
reality rcallt about midges opti optiluslons optica a dt dtluslons defusions
luslons and similar pinpricks ij ijquarrel 1 1qusrrel i iquarrel
quarrel ensued then two then th thbecame tM tMbecame thei theibecame
became a dally occurrence occurrence One Oneeven Oneevening even evening evenIng ¬
ing Maria said with an irritated I tone toneCarlo toneCarlo toneCarlo
Carlo let us leave It off offLet offLet i iLet
Let us he replied without heslta hesltatlon hesltatlon hesitation
tlon tionAnd
tlonAnd
And the next day he set off on onJourney II IIjourney ajourney
Journey for the improvement of hl hlmind his blsminI hismind
mind Maria went to Naples to the tiehouse thehouse
house of a cousin to fish for a hereto herelchusband heroichusband j jhusband
husband The families had had a anew new fall fallIng tallIng falling
Ing out outMnrlas Marias father had an open openIng opening i iIng
Ing made for a window which over overlooked overloolted overlooked ¬
looked his neighbors courtyard th thlatter the tbelatter thelatter
latter In order to annoy him built builtdovecote bullts bulltsdovecote a adovecote
dovecote of which the doves ran about abouteverywhere abouteverywhere abouteverywhere
everywhere immediately there was a asummons f fsummons t tsummons
summons a second a third the la lasuits law lawsuits 1 1suits
suits began again asalnnnd and this time th thadvocates the theadvocates theadvocates
advocates said smiling without hope j jof i iof Iof
of any an compromise compromlseMatUde Matllde Seras SerasTranslated SerasTranslated
Translated by E Cavazzll avazza for Short SnortStories ShortStories
Stories Magazine MagazineShortage MagazineShortage MagazineShortage
Shortage of British Army Officers t tThe t tThe t tThe
The shortage of army officers Is ef efcourse orcourse ofcourse
course less than It was owing to be l lIntroduction t tIntroduction 1introduction
Introduction of the probationary fl fltern y7e y7etem 80 80tem
tem but this Is not brlajlng the right rightmen rlgbtmen rightmen
men Into the service servIcethe the professional professionalclasses professionalclasses
classes who would enter the army with wlttthe withthe withthe
the Intention of making the senke senkea
a career The uncertainty that exists existsas existsas j jas
as to what Is going to happen to any anyparticular aDTparticular fullparticular
particular regiment or to the army arm w wa lISa as asa
a whole the meagrcness of pay pay8nd pay8ndthe and andthe i ithe
the heavy expenses expenses stop these m men menfrom f ffrom tfrom
from thinking of the service as as a pro professlon p pfesslon profession
fesslon The War Office Office has got out outof outof outof
of touch with with the army altogether altogetlierand alto1etbernnd
and the continual changes ch ngesof of drill drllll1 book bookand Ok OkIlnd r rand
and dress and the continual shifting shiftingof <
of ballast are are to a great extent rf rfsl reTilt J Jsponstblo
sponstblo sl > onslble for this thlsstaH state of affairs affairsmatter TIlt TIltnlcltter L Lmatter
matter has been receiving tlievanxlouJ the tileanxiousconsideration < lIndolis lIndolisconsideration j jconsideration
consideration of the th the authorjtj nuthoI s for forsome forsome o osome
some time past and nndattempts attempts attemptslave lave neWIl neWIlmade beat beatmade been beenmade >
made to reduce officers expenses but It Itcannot Itcannot Itcannot
cannot be be said any great gra great success sucCtSS nay nayattended bid haiattended bidattended
attended the efforts of the War Office Offlcto Officeto i ito
to make the army army any nymoro more more popular popularwltnthe popularwlththe popularwitfithe
wltnthe class from which commission commissioned commJsslo1iranks
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