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CARGO OF APPLES
FROM THE OALLES
Bringing tooo cum of r..
m PPlea, 10 autoa, two truck
ana soma plunder, the steamer Mada
line errlved from The Dall-s and wmr
I dock lut night with' little delay
en acoount of. the. ice In the middle
rter. Captain Ackerman reports tots of
running, lee. bus say it was rnuahy and
easily Tusted up." The heavies jams
sre at Crates point and Memaloose
Inland. lth a modcrat lanx at Thirteen
The Iralda did not attempt the ud
trip today as she Is a email propeller
dosi, carrying only passengers and faat
freight Hba la not prepared to buck Ice.
Today la nay day- tnr the Madeline
ad If eofidttlona are no worse tomor
row morning, "he wjll leave op on her
The ferry system on the middle river
haa been suspend rt and autne are again
tied up or await their turn on the Mada
Mee. There la no service between The
Pellee and Oranddalles. Hood River
and white ilalmon and the Oregon
hem and Stevenson. Hnow was. re
ported falling at both H004 River and
The rtallea last ntght with low tempera
turee and aa east wind.
The canned apples brought to Port
land on the Madeline are for shipment
to Europe and wfll be discharged on
Terminal No. 4. They win go foreign
on the British steamship Nlcheroy.
which Is due In Portland January 21
with part cargo from Seattle.
barge cahbtijo ft.
or limber from reedsport
Reedsport, Jan. 17. The barge Wash
tucna. In tow by the tug Hara-on, passed
ot over the bar Saturday afternoon en
route with a cargo of 950.000 feet of
lumber to Ran Pedro. The lumber Is
being shipped by the Winchester Bay
Lumber company and la the" third ship
ment by the company to the California
point during the past month.
Heretofore considerable trouble was
encountered In passing out on account of
shoals In the river and the shallowing of
the bar on account of storms which us
tralTy Occur at this time of the year. On
this trip the tug Samson was able to
get Into the river and steamed up to
rhe lumber company's wharf and took
Out the loaded banco over the shoals and
bar without trouble, the water on the
bar having deepened and the shoals In
the river having shifted, owing to the
strong easterly winds which have pre
vailed for the past week.
jcoawr.oiA hewrphikt cofs
TIA ASTORIA FOR SPOKANE
Astoria Or.. Jan. 17. The first train
load of Norwegian newsprint paper to
be handled over the Tort of Astoria ter
minals left this morning for Spokane. It
was brought into Astoria Saturday night
by the Norwegian motomhlp Borglund
and consists of 952,126 pound, of paper.
The train bearing the shipment will be
decorated with banners telling Its con
tents, conrae and destination. - The mo
torshlp. Theodore Uoosevelt wfll be due
In Astoria Friday with an even large
sftfpnvnt constating of more than 1.0IMV
0Qp .pounds of psper.l J '
lloqointn. Wash..' Janv4 J7 One trcut
dred and twenty ; quarts of Japanese
whisky, labeled to appear as Scotch, were
seised Monday on the Japanese steam
ship Kalan Mam, loading at the Eureka
romoss OF VESSELS
Redte porta mi Sort Bred i1t the PokJ
Ooe ei the following vtasals at 8 p. SV Jaa
MM sl.rrha.at. SaatUa to Yokohama.
30e mi to Ima tUattJ.
Kultnntaah. Ma FrmnHars far WUlapa Tlar
Wo.' Is anuth a WUara lUAn bar.
WHEN you bring
to Nau's, you may
b Certain of having
tbcm filled promptly
and according to your
and ALDER. STSu
that rash Use
i ioommej ajid HeaJUkf .
'The tint application
topi the irritation
'and help to clarify
the angry akJir
Tide at Astoria Wednesday
High Water Low Water
4 :4l a. m. t.l ft. t 11:06 a. m. 17 ft.
: p. m. . ft ii:u p, m. . ft.
Seaside High water nine minutes
Seaside Low water 21 minutes
Qolnsmn. Sea rraeciio for
aorta et Bas riMdsa
Admiral Goodrtrh. ftittw for lea
amis 1 1 1 1 IHWI I !
I1 Fwleml WtnOaa.)
J?zz ssr te lM -n-
Gmrcina Bolph, Portland for Sea ymieaoo.
ISO siile mth of Cohnnbia tiitr.
Point Botrita. Baa PnuMotee for Pssasm. IS
""n"rV- Portland for Tokoeaaa. 818 mdm
JZ"Z: ' Tekohama. 800
i "J "xJoe for Hbnohuo. Utitode
U.2 north, knetiad. 151.13 wmL.
Ji$UyiJtAmA ,ar 8 1154
3T0T1CE TO XARnrESS
"'" nwr naiw-Mais ehaa-
hthi-.' T- bTirlav, North Had
k.T' . i . Cape Dhappointmrnt
14 minat l mean aortH. 124 de-
MUbtfalwd In J 4 Wt of water on the bear-
?i5 : v6r?bo,0.? - f?i
iu; pw ib. "" 1CUM
Onioi OotaatnU rtrer main ebannel 00-
naa leUs iu buor replaced by aalishted bao
2 u mUod br an unlichud ' flntZl nan
on'd," ,J1".- P. c-
j : 1 7?r '"' " manners si (48S2)
of 1921.) N. li. 1. 1022 (VH. r.
tolAM ftO fillip . , ., ' . w UW
liil i r i ' nsnmou. wrrlce. Washincton,
lio. p taQo C0Mt ' p
,." omra run up bey
Jte!?-?" D"ab 14. 1921.
to J? .bT 2 from a w
1 "J r,.r wimoul otter ebange.
""V?. ri P" ooat 1917. pace 214.
Can. lrb?ZS?lB.d Stit enuance
vt?. KTstterr -Puot Tojel witMrawn. The
V. . " r""- nauooed off Cape
r7 .o withdrawn, and the DUot
wraoion rendered by that Teasel has
: . A ' 1 aa. 1, 1822.) (H O
document 223854-9020. ) V. 8. coast '
" V. S. eout pilot. AUska.
H. 191. H. O. Pnh 17K VoVA t7TT- i?"
178. 1920. "
Aertratt Januanr 17
twTinr1' lteim"' San
nen,' r"0" '"" Seattle;
Tr.fk'L,''' steamtr. from Kew
lean ner:r ..r-
P.,)?.,-"' A"rioan teamer, for San
Pedro; lumber (mm 8b Helena.
. "" VoodiUooa at the
a'JS riT,r fVnooo; 8 smooth; wind
north. 3 mile: we that Finn.
DAILY RITE A READINGS
8 A. Jt. Pbrtfle Time
R II I f ii TF?f
rutflla . .
S. 110. 87
Salem . . . .
-- . - - . , ' - tumajia wai remata
iT ranns- tne next two or three
. Rn IV.M
admiral Evans . . .
,"rl" - .Jan. 19
onrrrr" s a-i
ill! u-r Jan. 30
5 2MJclsoo...Jan. 20
Jr::rTori: :::::& it
Nttrhal, . . . . Beettto Jai 21
J"? Runderland Jai 21
aattaaonya LQty ....New York Jan. 22
Vr '0 Settle Jan. 23
- v- J?" Orleans . . . .Jul 24
Wt Heaahaw Jan. 24
rTo;: 5r',L 2?
'"""'1? w 1 ors . . .
CraMer Hell Reattle
Eastern Bailor ....... Danen . , .
iJi7J.IWm Philadelphia .
PWadn New Orleans.
. . J
. .Jan. SO
1 .Jan. 30
Kaaoi t.. ;
Manulart ........ SuTrraal " reh
rM. Mar o.' . , .Iteb. TV:: ." :l JlVbt
Cabida Uar .....Kobe ......... .KJ;
v td ipaii (ran peraena
ari!!?! '''"'"nd wty, .JanlT
SSSJ-'V ?? ......Jan. M
Bamnda . . . . ; 8. F.-Pdro . . . . J i
Adairal fextanaa . . . . Sk F. gd j, j 2
2:S! --.Jan. 19
Tiw CJrr" ...... San Pidro..
Klnbaaaa Mara Orient ....
lTenport ;...Ran Pedro..
Tanrataoea at ....New Tors.,
if forth China
lI.Hn 5toB . Jan. 28
Jrtn. Mars '..Orient
Moatano Orient .
Cr""' Hafl .... hOriii.:
. .Jan 9S
. .Jan. 28
. .Jan. 2T
. .Jan. t T
. .Jan. 23
Eaaters RaOor lOraint
Tfiewl i -rasos
9 lr .........
Bei lit. ,
. - rTart Wflaoa
..Ron. Pae, Itoek
..Terminal No. 4
Hrw.. - nn Btf x
- a milljel n
Holland Mara .
Henrietta . . . . ,
Johaa Poaiaea .
. . Clark-Wilsoa
. .Terminal ?. 4
KM Mariner .
SeiM Mara ..
Terminal So. 1
. . . . . Commbia
.Terminal No. 2
Jnraks Mara" .V " V.V.V.
Admiral Rodmu ........
XT' W0RID8 PORTS
as at . - rsrvrr
..ilj TT; - nan
oar (o Boaioeand Tork' Ameri-
TiArnd Maasaer - West Cajote,
Park for Skating
Freakteli weather haa spoiled Lanrel-
hurst lake for skating. C PKeyaer.
uvuinicaaeni oi paras, saia this inors
in. The youth of the city made merry
on the toe Monday night, but this uonv-
i "M xouna mat oessaes being oow
red with nuv. tlere weie aereral larre
water holes melted through. Keyaer
said unless the lake freezes again during
uue uaj, it woma DC UnsalO for aa-ting
Woman Is Motfier of
31; New Birth Record
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 17, TJ. P
Mrs. Mary dl Gregorto. Clereland, today
claimed to be the mother of 21 children.
Thirteen- are sUU liring. Physicians
declare this to bo a world's record In
motherhood. Mrs. di Gregorio was mar
ried when 16, she declared. Her oldest
child is 22 and her youngest 9 months,
Boaton, Jan. 18 Arrired. steaiaar Robin
Adair, from Portland.
,-Ntw. Tork. Jan. 16. Arrired, steamer WU1
olo. from ,Pntlul l i -TVr tV
delta, from Portland. r au-
San Pedro. Jan. 18. Arrired. steamer Henrr
il.f Amred, .teamer Tion,S
PecUand. Bailed, ateamer Edcar y. Locken
bach. from New Tort, for San WanUn. .
Portland. Arrived atoamv c...i w i .
Portland, for United Kingdom. Railed, steamer
AtJaa tor Portland. Halted. ateatW Doeba
Astoria. Jan. 18. Anivad it ii-irt
. a oouna ana fnnrtini
no at 1 n. m . UMnw a 4nii i
8eaul Arrired at 1:25 UfT, .
55 Meriden. from Settle. ArriTed at
B and iMft nn a a .en . . n.
Mariner, from New York. Railed t a -an .
ateamer X Pnriatma. for San Fnncben. I -.ft
at 9 p. m.. Norwesian ntotoranin Bonland
" - . i a b ax a. m.
tteamer Brookljn. from Portland.
VaAfiOnvr Jan 1 H a n.i.w
er City of Victoria, from Orient, foe Portland.
u ao. amiw, cTenctt auamer
Saint Ji-eph, from Botdeanz. for Portland.
aucnKW, aeai. J.O. lITITe TanaUPaB,
from Ran traBmavi fi a n.1.. j .
from San Pedro, 10 a. m. ; Weat Jappa from
Seattle. 10 a. m. Sailed Januaiy 15 Carlos
for San Pedro. 2 p. m.
Beattle Wtah.. Jan. 17. -(L N. g.) Arrired
Juna Luckenbach from Kew York ria Port
aand. noon. Forest Kins from San Pedro, 9:30
a. m. ; Uhsooellor from LdTerpeol, jjj m.
Sailed Admiral Dewey for 8an Dieco. noon
Curacso. for fcrerett. Tie Vanconrer. 11 v nv;
Spokane for Southeastern Alaska, It) a m.
U. 8. G. S. Surveyor, for the Straits. 8:30
a. m. ; bdmoro for Tacoma, 4 40 a. m. Ar
med January 16 14. 8. Ooolicba from San
Pedro, 7 p. m. ; g. 8. geikirt, from British
Columbia ports. 5:30 p. m. Bailed January 16
Fred Baxter for San Pedro. 11:30 a. m.
. ban rancico, Jan. 16. Arrired, Oleum,
from Port San Luis, at 10:15 a m.'; Koee City,
from Portland, at 2 p. m.; Admiral Schley, from
Los Anrelee. at 2:50 p. m. ; C. A. Smith, from
6:20 p. m.; West Islets, from
Portland, Maine, at 10:20 p. m. Sailed, Dakar
Mara, for Yokohama, at 12:50 p. m. ; Pyro, for
I16! l 2 P- m-: Point BoniU, for Akajulta.
' P- m. ; Sea Foam, for Greenwood, at
8:35 p. m. ; Stanley Dollar, for New York, at
6:05 P. m.; Johanna Smith, for Coos Bay. at
6:05 p. m. ; Hawaiian, for Portland, at 6:55 p.
m.; Lehigh, for Portland. Maine, at 8:40 p. to. ;
Hattie Luckenbach, for Portland, at 9:15 p .m.
ArriTed, January 17, Frank H. Buck, from Mon
terey, at 3:15 a. m.; Senator, from Portland, at
4:15 a. m.; Northland, from Seattle, at 5:55 a.
m.; Hawkeye State, from Honolulu, at 7:80 a.
m.; Westport. from Crescent City, at 8:15 a. ra. .
Humboldt, from Los Angeles, at 9:80 a. m.
Sailed, January 17, gas schooner CoquiUe, for
Monterey, at 1:40 a. m.; Japanese steamer Tas
mania Mara, for Kobe, at 7:40 a. m.; U. S. 8.
Chanmont. for Carite, at 9:45 a. m.
SHOWS BETTER TOJTE
New York, Jan. 17. (L N. 8.) Fol
lowing the stiffening of the continental
rates on 'grain (steam) of yesterday the
United Kingdom showed a better tone
and offering ranged up 3d. The mar
ket holds steady. Quotations today are:
United Kingdom, 3s 3d3s 6d ; Germany,
15 cents; France, Atlantic range, 14
cents; Mediterranean, 22 cents; Amster
dam and Rotterdam, 15 cents.
BRINGING UP FATHER
. , -jr v-corgc maYi&nus
OlD VOO "TE-b-tET MY THIMa. HERE. Ib THE, I LTS I THERE. t ONE OP I "I 1 ' , .
RNC,-MOH? 1'MCOINt.OOTANO LOOK s CORNER. WHERE HE tJ L THE1 rttvtT.i'M I I '
If ' HUtsBAO I'm (f ?L CEXERAUUY HANA6 ia LA.D HE. lt HOT" CT lleal s Y
CK Aiso Tired Or t P If PX-, OOT- , LnwTl W,TH HIM 'T ' BYAOU-Y- U 0 J
KRAZY KAT (Oanyristat, 182S. by lnlaraaUneal raataie - - , "
1 -1. j r ' . Ah, Ye Such a Beautiful Butte
OOk 4r V&wS fsDrCiO I I IS IT tri5 . fta.A.,a.,vl I 1 a .
-hQJ fk kJs- iSCL CL SMUak.
-a frtW ..... Ik hZ &&At,jr . '-naw:,'
ABIE THE AGENT
lOopvrkbt, by iBtaraatioaaU rvalaM . . ,
; . win a. laa.1 a TT l C? s- '
THE OREGON - DAILY -JOURNAL,- PORTLAND. OREGON
-you KNOW." lony Tidaa mourned
X lugubriously, as aba sank into a
halr by the fireplace, "I can't help
thinking that Charlie and Bob made a
"Which one're you Utlnkm' about ?"
T- Paer asked curiously. -You got to
pecify before X know bow hard to
"By to ting for Newberry." Polly an
swered; "I don't think that'll be Ap
preciated out in Oregon much."
"Oh. wen." T. Paer answered, time
neals all wounds, 'nd It's a long time
"till they have to run again."
"Bob's voting for him didn't surprise
me so much," Polly continued, "but
Charlie's doing it kinda jolted me."
"Weil," T. Paer replied, "Bob s some
spender himself when it comes to elec
tions, bnt I
do no thin' else If hmVn Bob's got to be
aucn cnums as mil Thompson says they
uic nwe lately
TOtat . that 'got to do with ftr Polly
Iked. "He could be a rhnm of Rh'.
asked. "He could be a chum of Bob's
nd still vote against Newberry, couldn't
"WelL mavbe." T pa. um fla4ia.
ly. "but if what Bill says's straight
Charlie's forgive Bob 'nd made up with
aiuii, auu i, ae :
"I sTUess SO." Pnllv admlttAit "hut V.o
'If Charlie's forrHv Rah " T t.-.
gUed. "he tnUSta fnrariVA Mm tnr .aaanlal
about a hundred thousand when he run
ustuon. nim -specially when althlnn'a
big as It is 'nd Knvtwmr nrl. rrr
twice too much."
"WelL I hadn't thnneit nt fhaf TJllw
said, "but a hundred thousand's more'n
twice two much."
'I ain't savin' it ain't " T n.M n
swered, "but if Charlie's forgive Bobafor
w'""" nunurea inousana in Oregon
how could he vote against Newberry's
spendin' two hundred thousand in Mirhu
gan without bustin' un the nw )t,
Tt'S a rood irmmanl TTT
ceded, ."but I don't think that was the
reason lor lt.
"pon't you?" T. Paer smiled quietly.
"What is the reason then?"
"I think ChfLrlift'd hav, MtnrJt a
the rack 'nd voted for clean govern
ment," Polly insisted, "if the rest of the
bunch hadn't of put the screws on him
the way they must of."
"Weil," T. Paer mused, "I've always
knew Charlie was pretty slender but I
never thought before his middle packin'
Was lackin' like If awm. w.
Miadle packing r' Polly said doubt-,
Former Baker Pastor
Accepts Topeka Call
Baker, Jan. 17. Word has been re
ceived here that J. Quincy Biggs, former
pastor of the First Christian church of
this city, has accepted the pastorate of
the Central Park Christ! Ts -Vl llWrtV. a4
u vutwuu W4V
Topeka, Kan. He was connected with
the Spokane university of Spokane,
Wash., and the University of Idaho and
was castor of the Christian -hn rot. .
both these places. For two years he has
been with the Texas Christian university
at Fort Worth, Texas.
DATT02T POST INSTALLS
Dayton. Wash.. Jan. 17. Tn Vina
JRelief corps of Alfred Sully post No. 3,
ur. a. xi., insuauea me louowing officers:
Mrs. C O. Johnson, president; Ada V.
Mav. senior vice Miv Riinii. 4...1..
-: ' ' J v.... ...-, juiuur
vice; Lucinda Roy, chaplain; Mary Mc-
fully. "I don't tmdrtnnA wn
"I guess I doat dare to use the Anglo
Saxon of it, yon beixt bashful." T. Paer
sruinea. -nut that Michigan college
president calls 'em Intestinal ade-ciuacy'.-
I get you," Polly told him. "It ain't
very eiegant word but Its awful ex
"It is." T. Paer agreed. id a fellah's
klnda outa luck if he ain't got 'em when
"It don't look smnA " 1nllv m.i.m
"They used to raise aa awful holler in
the old days if somebody slipped soma
weak chinned legislator a few hundred
dollars to buy his vote for senator when
"jo iceiaiaviurea eiectea em.
"I can remember that," T. Paer said,
"nd it looks to me like It's that much
worse to pay a couple hundred thousand
to buy the same thing."
"Tea." Polly said, "nd they amended
ttZTT oa.a.rT ?7 ?6 b8e d eleCt
wwwu ouatev senators.
"It looks like thevSrat ...
nte," t. Paer grinned. "It's get tin" so
a fellah's got to have a wad that'd choke
a goat or he gets froze out before be
sets a chance to draw cards."
"But," Polly objected, "Ford had a
bis enough wad, didn't he?"
"Sure he did." T. Paer. acceded, "but
the trouble with Henry was he didn't
see Trueman's bet "nd raise him clean
off n the board."
"Do you suppose." Polly asked. "If
Ford d of put enough coin into the game
to have cleaned Newberry that the sen
te'd have let him inT"
"Not on this globe," T. Paer answered.
"They d ve stripped his gears nd junked
him long ago."
"But." Polly argued, "it wouldn't have
been any worse-for him to have-bought
his commission than for Newberry."
"Maybe it wouldn't've been," T. Paer
answered, "but I dont think it's bow
much the senatorship cost tt the boys
was thinkin' about as much an hA tv,.
senator would line up after he'd bought
"I can't help it," Polly persisted. Tin
strong for the adminlatmtinn n
played bad politics this time."
"It's done more'n that," T. Paer re
torted, "it's voted that a senatorship can
be bought 'nd paid for."
"But I'm sorry about Charlie," PoDy
grieved. "He's always stood for clean
"Cheer up." T. Paer suggested. "He
can still pat Laddy Boy 'nd be called
Rayde, treasurer; Belle Large, secre
t?5 5,na ZeWey. patriotic Instructor;
Julia Riggs. press correspondent; Anna
Bowman, conductor ; Lura McOee. assist
ant conductor ; Martha Anderson, guard ;
Mary Nichols, assistant guard : Zora
Dickinson, Minnie Miller, Edith Wither
be and Maud Dorr, color bearers. Mra
Daisy Stevens was Installing officer.
Four Qualify for
Postoffice at Echo
Washington. Jan. 17. (WASHING
TON BUREAU OF THE JOURNAL.)
Roy C. Hale. Allen C Madge, Isaac H.
G. Obbell and Carl H. Rhea have quali
fied aa candidates for postmaster at
Echo. Or., the civil service commission
having closed its list on Saturday At
Jordan Valley the candidate entered
were Mrs. May S. Wrotes, Henry Scott
and Louis A. Azcuenga,
-I ....... J"""BT""M,M'MMI,'"Ma'-BM-aSSSSSSSS
j HER OWN WAY
" . 1 CHAPTER IL v."
tfi 1 d I I ' . aaa Ml a , a
LTZNO awake that night. Ueiea Oor
I BsIB WeAt am tSI aa. mbul tka aaa.
venation between her ancle and herself.
Even now," sbev shivered sllghUy as she
recalled bow.ngry he had been.
If yon leave the town of yonr birth,"
he had warned her. "you need never
expect me to do anything more for you,
no matter bow hard np yon are.'
' 1 do not expect it." ahe had assured
"Perhaps you think that when I die
I will leave you my house and my
money." he taunted.
It was than that she had risen and
stood very pale and very straight be
"1 think nothing of the kind r she
declared coldly. "And I prefer that this
conversation end her and now."
He had not stopped her when she
walked past him and went on into her
In two weeks more the place mosf
be vacant. Daniel Sloane had warned
Helen Gorman that no decent girl could
live there alone.
Helen was very lonely tonight as she
looked ahead over the life she was
planning for herself. She was deter
mined to go to New Tork to get away
from the smalt town in which she felt
hot In. stifled.
She would pursue her art studies there
and find work. She knew no one In the
big city except one glrL
The girl friend was Elisabeth Mayo.
Three animnwtra am whaa r-v-nii
Sloane had treated his sister and niece
to a weeg ax Bar Harbor, Helen had
By Thorn tea W. Bargees
W-aW- 4 .V.A. a.
Tnincs happen that na'ar did before.
CHATTERER the Red Squirrel eared
little for the cold and snow. He
1 a vVuB a t ar.na.1, WmVm XIn. W U.' I wA
u ...a . vug aV a vutoa ..vi aa, v.
and Jack Frost, On pleasant days be
frisked about in the trees and enjoyed
every minute. On stormy days be kept
In bis snug home and slept most -of the
time. But the Instant the storm was
over he was out again, aa saucy and
impudent as ever.
In the first place Chatterer bad a
warm coat, but even more Important
tnan wis was ins zaci max ne naa plenty
tn stat With all hta faults rhatttrr haa
one splendid habit the habit of thrift.
in ine xaii ne naa srorea away plenty
of food to take him through the winter,
and he had been wise enough not to put
all in one storehouse. Chatterer haa
several storehouses. All but one of these
were In or under hollow stumps or logs
close to the ground, but bis biggest store
house was in a tall, hollow stump, and
the entrance was high above the ground.
In this he had stored his choicest acorns
and biggest hickory nuts.
All through the early part of the win
ter he had used the food from the other
storehouses and seldom bad visited his
biggest one. He knew by experience
that the time might come when Ice and
snow might make it almost impossible
to get to these' other storehouses. Then
a.- a.1 iv. a., .
ne wfua iistv use Diarsew warn iroxn
which to take all he needed without any
trouble at all.
(sientsiel tl a vmt nmi D s ng
met andHked Elbnbeth. Tne girts 'had
struck np aa hnsnedlato Uktng for each
other, and tnoe that time bad kept np
Elisabeth was warm-bearted and tm
puastve, although Independent by na
ture. Again and again she had urged
Helen Gorman to come on to New Torn.
here aba, herself, had taken her train
ing as a nurse, and now had a tiny
apartment of her- own." '
When the news of Mrs. Gorman's
death ranched Elisabeth Mayo, she
wrote Immediately to Helen, renewing
bar entreaties. -., It was this letter that
bad 1ven the orphaned girl the courage
to face her uncle this afternoon,
"I have a cunning, little apartment,"
Kliaabetb wrote, "and the bedroom, is
largo enongb tor another single bed.
Ton and I could, go halves on -the
expenses of the place, and yon eoald
study art at the League or anywhere
etee- you choose. I am away a grant
daaU. but we could be together during
my lelanre times.
"It WOUid be much lean anYw trm. aa.
If you were here, for I am very fond
01 yon. my near. And there Is little
danger of your "going broke" for yon
will be sure to get work to do. And,
anyway. I am making enough to run the
nt I want the. Joys of your society,
and I know that you proud thing J
wont come unless" yon are allowed to do
your share." .
It certainly seemed providential. Helen
reflected, that Elisabeth should . t.
just as she did
Elisabeth wan from North Carolina,
but had been living tn New Tork long
enough to be acquainted with the ways
Has a Shock
Ttatt stamp was lying on the snow
That time did come. There came a
rreat ice storm, the worst lee storm any
one In the Green Forest could remember.
For n day and a night a fine rain fell
and frose as It fell until ail the trees and
buaha-a were coated thickly with ice. and
the snow on the ground was coveted
with a thick crust of Ice. Then rough
Brother North Wind blew and blew, and
the weight of the tee on the trees broke
off great branches and even the tops of
big trees were spilt. It was a terrible
time In the Green Forest. The snaD Dinar
the my. She was warbsbearted and
jznpuaalve, an Ideal onmpaalon. Her
y ae sne oengrnen t can bar
nursing took her away so often that
the two friends would net have mnch.
chance to become weary of each other
That night's fnongbt decided Helen tn
put Into visible from the .k
had reached days ago.
In the morning she sent a special de
livery letter to her friend.
"If yon really want me," the wrote.
X will come to New Tork when I wind
np matters here and on the terms treat
"But I most succeed.
"I hope to get away from here soon, .
I must vacate this boose ta two wsaaka.
Before then I must stall mv - -
and put Into storage certals articles that
I cannot bear to part with. It is going
to be a painful ordeal, this pulling nn
takes: but I COuld not mlmnA lta.
here without Mother and with Caste
vsicami my every movement. . He
means well, but Is Impossible, In -a way. '
In leavtnar Kateavina I am distal-.,
a w auiry, mm . mm as
Mother's brother. But now that one Is
rone I will not be dependeat upon hmv
He U the typo of man who like to rent
that be Is being generone to his rala
Uves. 1 am the only kin be baa. except
scapegoat nephew somewhere out
West. I suppose oaid nephew will somo
time got an of Uncle's money. I doat
care, I don't want lt
"1 win telegraph yon two days before
I eome to New Torn. If yon are on n
ease, doat worry. I am able to took
out for myself."
(Te Be Oseeesd Tssnrws.)
and crashing- falling trees and rreaft
branches of other trees was dreadful tn
bear and struck terror to the bearto tat
Jl the tittle people.
The next day. when joDy. round, fright
Mr. Sun came out be looked down on a
dreadful scene. It was as If a great bat
tle had been fought tn the Green Forest.
And do what be could be eoeudnt anattt
the Ice. for Jack Frost was sttH there.
All through the storm Chatterer bad
rernalned curled np ta his warm 'bed.
shAnlng wttb fright at the erwedrut
crashing all about him and wondeUng
tf his tree would be the next te ttH But,
though sever, j branches were broken
from It. It did not tall. The nest mora,
inc. Just aa soon as It was light enonrh
to see, Cbattarar was out. lis was bun.
try. for be had had nothing to eat dur
ing the storm. He knew at once that It
was uacUan to try to get any food Crens
the storehouse be had been using, for
tfcey wrw eovered with aa icy erase,
through which be eoukln't nosslbay snake
"Never mind." thought Chatterer. "1
can get plenty from my big sccreaaonea."
and started f or U at once.
But when he oame to the place wHera
that tali stump bed stood longer '--
be could remember he reosaved a dread
ful shock. That stnmn was lvtn- ik-
split wide open, and not a amt aw
or aa acorn was to be neon
One glance was enough to
Do von wosAar ikai Vav
(OoprrtsH, 1M. W T.
The next story:
"'Chatterer FlUe Into
TAT HE. OF AtTO- DIM
Rochester. N. T, Jan. IT, U. P.V
George B. Selden. Tather of the auto
mobile' and bolder of many r mrs.
bcis sway a unm age Ot It.