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thi rACTony chimneys.
Wir, limiting fur, tlm aanra H
'In klu I hit waiting wurl'1 Mow,
JUriwa IImi day, In dark mihw,
Tha aumlii r factory rlilmwya alwiw,
Lisa tlixiniy wanlnna nf I ha laml.
With aMrljf lianni ra wlila unfurlMl,
A bora (ha hIiikIitikI town thnjr aland
Anil fniwn iliflaiii on lha world.
Vat thiy ara Ualltlful to ma,
Thiian amuajf cMiiiiiuji (aunt and bits,
Pur In Ihi'lr Kollnywl olumla 1 an
A Ihiw of uroinlaa apan tlm .
(Hi, children al Ilia xittai door,
I'lar on, fur lliirn la naiivlit In (IrnMll
Tim a aa cluliila fn.ln tha rhlllincyi poor,
And all Ilia land la (nil of uroadl
Thnaa anitiliar atandarda, floating far,
tllva Uan of tha rlgn of iixana,
Mora Mitnnl than the arnia of war
Thidr whirring liwuia that unrvr (wait.
rVnnatli that dinky rloud la wrought
The falirltt of (MMipla'a fain.
The vlcbirlna of love and thought
Traiiaoemlliig all the ella of liaU.
Thar cnnia the amind of mliigled lIl
I sm the aturdy lullvra throng.
In liaiiy hoinaa, where tili'iiljr dwnlla,
1 lifer the hmiarwlfn'a ctiimry autig.
Amid the fantory'a huay hum
Are nilngliHl wurda of hj and rhner,
That gnwt the morn whim day la mint
And liloaa the day whon night la near.
Far be lha lima whn, high and wide.
No antoka wrtHillia from the chimney top.
Kond chrer to all the Mituilryalde
And ell the hum of labor elopa;
When men art dumh, and children wall.
And hearla grow aullen with deenalr,
And final and aln nglh atxlotiraga fall
And famine lirrallica In all tha alrl
-Hubert U. Tongue In Vuuth'a (ViiiinuiIob,
A MOYCLE CJIASK
Warwick wa one of tlm suburb of ft
laritn rlty, hut flin tliln nf fashion had
nut flowed In If dircottmi, mid It re
valued a small, compart in of titfly
houw, rhlifly InlmlilMHl hy Itio isNirer
clltaarl. At the tp of hill two llltli
away, however, Wa ft liiaglilflnoiit m nil
Inn net lu tlm M'iit-r of large wrtnte,
Tha owner df tlilg projierty, itn ecceutrlo
old limn hy tlm uama (if Klohard Iloul
den wat dubbed tho earl, and til bouse
wa Keni-rally known aa the castle. In
It Mr. lUiuldvo lived with hlf grand
dnujilitor mid an aaod woman servant.
He waa reputed to bo Tory wealthy, and
tha economic of hi lifo were ant down
by tlm K'xxl people of Warwick aa tha
eccentricities (if a Iniaer. There la 110
doubt that ho waa miserly, and he had
good reason for It, which he did not
rare to lve out to thn world at largo.
Tha truth wa that ha wa a poor aa
thurch tnnuae, and hi linn property waa
heavily inoriKKd Tha only ambition
be had In life wa to pay off thla Uiort
Ifnge o aa to leave hi estate unincum
bered to hi orphan Krniidilaughtcr,-
Edith, thn only other survivor of hi
raw 8ho waa am h a lovely young girl
ao pretty and yet so modest, so bright
and yet ao considerate of other' fill
ings that all who met her liked her.
8h seemed the ninat jH-rfect creature
on earth to Mr. llouldcn, for aim wa
tt:t only solar of hia retired life. And
yet she hnd lea pretty clothes, leaa
amusements, lea every tiling that re
quired the expenditure, of money, than
the poorest (lrl In Warwick, sinon her
grandfather, In hi uuaellUb pawilon,
did not act! that tlio lark of many auiull
thliiK In her yooth wa a hard to bear a
poverty would be. lo a grown up womnn.
"Thn child wniit for nothiiiR now,"
he thought, "If aim w iahe aoiiiethiiitf
In the tiiornilifr, but doc not get it, aim
hn forgotten nil about It by night. Hut
alter awhile ho will feel llm liwk of
money and whut it bring. Then I w ill
be able to give it to her. " .
lie did not ronllile lo Kdith the cnuao
of hi pciiuriouaiicH, and aim thought
Hint he w wealthy; hence alio could
Hot uudcnituud why he would not buy
for her the tnitiiy little thing aim wmit
cd. Her aupply of pin money wa very
entity, and aim made all her own drc
'fa, Hut ill eplle of thla Mr. Iiouldon
wa not ant laded, and he wa cupccially
Irrituled when ono day alio darvd auk
for a bicycle.
"Yon iciid too much; you "jieiid too
Diuch," he declared. "What do you
want a bicycle for? To break your ueokf
Ko lady ahould ride one. "
"Oh, tlxy all do," aaid Edith Indig
Cantly. "There' hardly a family in the
town that ha not not one. Here we live
two mile away from every one, and aa
we haven't carriage I have to wnlk
whenever 1 want to go down there. It'a
a "Imiim. "
"IJahl The walking doc you Kt"
"If all right if I have the lime, bnt
I gdierully haven't Come, bo a good
old ttuntn L'liiu nnd drop ono down the
chimney nt Chritmua."
"NonaciiHo, Kilith. Look how the
Englixh girl walk, mid they have tha
flueat complexion in the world."
"Hut they ure not walking now.
Moat of them ride a bicycle. I rend
about it the other day. "
And 10 on. The fact I Edith had act
hur heart on one, and, for the flrvt time
In hur life, alio reaolved to pcrcvoro in
her attempt to pcriuude the old gentle,
man in npito of tho anuoyuuoo and ob
(tinuoy he ahowod.
Ho aim lournod to ride on a friend'
Wheel and culled her grandfather' at
tention to the great ploaimre it gave
her. Then ho wonld tell him how
quickly alio could coast down to War
wick, mid how ounily ahe could climb
tho hill buck again, but it was of no
One duy lior friend wont away for a
wock, mid with Rreat gencroHity lounod
her bicycle to Edith while ghewa gone.
Kilith wu inteiiHoly delighted nnd
Fpent nil that uftcruoon riding around
the ouHtlo ground.' Connidcrubly tired,
alio went to bod very early and wu
In tho middle, of the night ahe whi
awakened by tho rolling of thunder.
Quito a storm seemed to bo brewing,
and alio arose to put down her window.
Then suddenly alio recollected a ain
' gulur piece of oarulewmeiM on her part
Khe hnd left her friend' bioyolo stand
ing nguhiHt a pillar of tho front porch,
and tho wind or rain might ruin it
"What luckl" sho thought. "I'll
have to dress and get it I expnot I'll
have to put quite a little on, too, or I
Will catch my death of cold. "
Bo she dresacd herself and started
down nt Air. To her snrprlae, she noticed
that llm library wa lit np,
"I wonder what grandfather la doing
up at thl hour of the, uight I'll peep
in and scare him,"
It wa a tlioughtloa idea, tint a lucky
mm, n It turned out, for, looking
through a chink in tlm door, ahe saw
the old man lying on his side by tha
fireplace. Hlie. wa about to ulirli k out
in her terror, when the door opposite
opened and two men walked into the
They wore lunaks, and Kdlth knew at
onne that they were burglar. Cue of
them wa tall and stout, the other very
small and slender. Doth were meanly
dressed and carried dark lanterns.
HIim then looked again at her grand
father and uw that hi hnnd and feet
Were tied. lie wn not gagged.
"Oh, why doesn't ho shout for hulpl"
sho wondered 'l imn sho remembered
thn Isolation of the outlc, mid that ho
wn the only mini living (here,
"Wo couldn't find nothin," said tho
big burglar savagely, "so you've got to
tell us where you keep your ensb."
"That' what you have," chimed In
the little fellow.
"If you don't," continued the big
nun, "If you don't, why, we'll smash
you to plooea. Hoe?"
"Heel" anked hi coin pan Ion.
"I have no money here," ssid Mr.
llouldcn. "I am not fool enough to keep
much of It In so lonely a place ss this.
And the fact U I have not much of it
elsewhere either. "
Kdlth llatenod breathlessly to what
"You are lyln, and you know it,"
growled the big burglar. "Don't you
think we've been a-watcbin youf Why,
my pnrdner hero hus followed you
around town for a wock. Ho eoeu you
get a liig wad of bills at tho bunk thia
"Yes, but are you aware that I pnld
off aomo Interest on a uiortgugo with
"You are lyln again, and I know
It You came straight home from the
Mr. Doulden groaned. It wa loo true.
"You can't fool us," said the little
"No, you can't That's a fact, "went
on his big confederate. "And what's
more, if you don't tell us where It la,
and that purty quick, we'll have to try
a little plaster of Ore on yer feet It's
a powerful persuader."
"Oh, what can I dor What can I dor"
thought Kdlth aa she slipped away from
Kho must get help, but where? From
Warwick, of course. Hut how? Why,
on that denr, bleared bicycle peacefully
stabled by the front porch. The thought
was inspiring, nnd, bracing up her cour
age, she stole down stuirs. Csrefully
opening tho door a little bit, she noticed
a team hitched near by which evidently
belonged to the burglars. Her first idea
Waa to get in tho burglars' wngnn and
drive off, bnt the sight of the prancing
borers, which were much scored by the
storm, shook her self confidence, espe
cially aa she knew well her poor ability
as a driver. Dut there was tho bicycle
safe and sound. Hie must get to War
wick on her bicycle or not at all Per
haps she could unhitch the horses and
tart them off; theu the burglar would
lie In a fix. Mm pressed the door further
open and passed out. As she did so a
vivid tliiah of lightning, quickly follow
ed by a stunning peul of thunder, star
tled her so (hut she lost her hold of the
knob, mid an uccompiinyitig blunt of air
(lushed the heavy door to'ith a tern lie
bung. Kho knew tho rolbors would hour
It and rush out to ace who it waa; en,
quickly getting the bicycle, she hopped
on without stopping to loose the horses
and started away. Kho was but a little
way off when the front door opened and
tho two burglars looked out
"It's the gul. Catch her," she heard
one cry, aa the frequent flushes bright
ened the landscape and discovered her
to them. They Jumped into the wagou
and came after her, shouting fur her to
stop. Dut she pedaled down the sleep
grude aa fast aa she could. She bad a
fair start and knew she could outdis
tance them if sho could only keep in
the good purt of the road and not upset
(suddenly she hud a bad fall, happily
receiving no serious injuries. Mounted
and off again, she soon after bad anoth
er one, "Thi will never do," sho
thought Her nerve were unstrung by
tho tumbles, hut sho kept on us fust aa
ever. How glad i-'.o was to turn a cor
ner into tho main street of Warwick.
Hiding to the nearest house, she aroused
the inmates. Three or four men lived
there, and they all quickly dressed and
procured a team. Then they mudo a
riimh up to the cuRtle as fust ns they
could. Nothing wn seen of the two
burglun on the way, however, nnd it is
supposed that they decamped out of that
neighborhood us soon aa they found it
impossible to catch np to or stop Edith
in her wild rido for help.
Mr. Doulden was found just as Edith
had last seen him. He was soon roleutsed
and given stiniulunts.
When he hoard of bis granddaugh
ter's brave exploit, a proud smile went
over his fuoe.
"She is a true Doulden," said he.
"She ha all our bulldog tenacity. I
huve some of it, you know. Without
boaHting, I niay suy that I hud in ado up
my mind that I would suffer any tor
tures rather thun disclose where I had
hid that money. And I would, believe
Die. However, Edith hus conquered an
obxtinnto old man. Hhe shall have her
bicycle, and the best one thnt money
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