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REVELATIONS OF A WIFE
A' Wonderful Romance of )tarrfd Life Wonderfully Told by
, CHAPTER DXIII
WHY MADGC IS ! WORRIED BY
THOUGHTS SHE'S SURE AREN'T
- AROUSED BY JEAIX)USY.
For some week 1 heard , nothiav
more of the play on which Dicky and
Edith" Fairfax were " J collaborating
the secret of which Lillian had wrest
ed from Dicky on the night follow
ing my farewell luncheon with Dr
Pettit. In fact. Dicky had made but
one reference , to it toi me and that
was but a brief one upon the same
night, when fn his arm I bad. re
veired and granted forgiveness" for
our misunderstandings of the day.
been supposedly asleep in Lillian's
boudoir adjoin- Ing -her llring room
when she was giving Dicky the
"grooming" with which she had
"That yoa were collaborating
with her on a play?" I replied, try
ing to make my own voice as matter
df fact as possible. "Yes. I couldn't
help overhearing." -
"It really doesn't matte.' He
was- elaborately' indifferent; -' She
has about finished it. I -dont thtnk
she'll need me any more."
He did not offer. 'then or after
word, to tell me anything about the
play or to show me any 6f the manu
script. From the fragment of the
"Dd you bear what Lil said about love letter I had discovered, and
the nature of Miss , Fairfax's ' work
with which I'm helping her?" h
asked. casually referring to the fttt
which had been the primary cause of
the quarrel endinr iii Lillfm'i it.
tug room. T reasoned that it was a
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bv using uroinary Bunermi (
To Beautify Her Complexion
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fines armind tha ere, freckle, crows
feet or: lines around tha i mouth, na-ly
finiser nails, or Just a simple rourhness
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drama with much "heart Interest".
And I . may have been prejudiced,
but if the diction of that fragment
waa any criterion of the rest of the
drama I feared that it wasn't re
markable for literary workmanship.
The Voice That Convinces.
I was wise enough to say nothing
of this to Dicky. Indeed. I didn't
mention the play of Miss- Fairfax
again. I-took the goods the god
the gods provided, otherwise Dicky'
evenings at home he had no more
"engagements" with' art editors
and ' made no attempt to enTTanger
their peace by question or comment.
But any wife win understand that
my repression only made the thin
an obsession with me. I didn't be
lieve that Dicky was in love with th.
glrf-there had been a note in hi
voice when he made nis denial of th.
idea to Lillian which had convinced
me; But I was wild with' curiosity
and wounded vanity. I would have
given a month of my life span to
have read the drama, the brain child
of which these two were the parents.
A remembrance of a little speech
Dicky had once made came back with
a sting like that of a venomous In
sect. Once one of the women taking
my history course at the Lotus eluO
had praised my lecture extravagant
ly, and had queried whether I had
ever wri tten any short stories or
novels with historical settings. I ha
repeated her remarks to Dicky, and
be had seen, what I haraly recog
nized myself, that her words had
roused in me an ambition to follow
A Memory That Troubles.
"For heaven's aake, Madge."
Dicky had aaid irritably. "Don't get
the writing itch. You're not fitted
for it. by temperament, and frankly,
rdon't think you have the ability for
? t had never forgotten the sneertn
tone in which Dic4y spoke, and 1
had never mentioned the matter
again. Indeed, his manner had ef
fectually quenched any spark of am
bition kindled by the dub woman's
-But the remembrance of his disap
my ability made 4he knowledge of
h I t literary collaboration with Ed
ith Fairfax a bitter draught for me
I had never spoken to the girl,
never met her. but I had seen her.
had scrutinized her elnnely upon one
or two occasions. That she was a
gentlewoman, with all that the old-
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fashioned word implies. I was cer
tain. But that her pretty, daintily
poised head held atfy exceptional
brain power I very much doubted.
And I was sure that jealousy did
n't bias my judgment. In the days
when Grace Draper was such a men
ace to my happiness I had never un
derestimated her ability or her men
tality. But my trained powers or
observation told me that the art stu
dent from Virginia, while the pos
sessor of patrician traditions and
breeding which Grace Draper lacked
completely, yet was much the inferior
In mentality to the other woman.
And . then something else seized
me, something which put all thought
of Edith Fairfax and of her play out
of my braht. It was one of the sin
ister premonitions wMch come to me
sometimes, and which have almost
without exception foreboded unhap
piness for me.
I tried to fight against it. to tell
myself that It was only a brain phan
tasy born of my mental comparison
of the two women who had cared for
Dicky but to no avail.
For there was born upon me the
conviction that nearer to me than 1
dreamed, there lurked the malign in-
"Pape's Diapepsin" puts
Sour, Gassy, Acid Stomachs
in orderfat once !
Wonder what upset your stomach
which portion of the food did the
damage do you Well, don't both
er; if sick, gassy and upset, and what
you Just ate has fermented and
turned sour; head dizzy and aches;
belch gases and acids and eructate
undigested food just eat a tablet
or two of Pape's Diapepsin to help
neutralize acidity and In five min
utes you wonder what became of the
indigestion and distress.
If yonr stomach doesn't take care
of your liberal limit without rebel
lion; if your food is a damage In
stead of a help, remember the quick
est, surest, most harmless antacid
t Pape'a Dtapepyln. which cot 8o
Uttl. at drug stores.
fluence of the woman who Laied no
(To be continued)
LAND AND LABOR
PARTY OF STATE
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Salem Man Urges Spreading;
of Propaganda to Combat
OREGON MENACE IS SEEN
interstate Realty Association
to Make Active Campaign
for Sound Government
PORTLAND. Feb. 7. Measures to
combat the non-partisan movement
in the northwest were adopted by the
executive committee of the Inter
state Realty association today.
The single tax movement and tbte
newly organized Oregon land and
labor party were assailed bitterly by
the members of the committee. The
doctrine of the Land and labor party
is practiced woutd be a serious blow
to the rights of property owners and
real estate dealers, members de
clared. On motion of Charles W. Nrimeyer
of Salem, a resolution was adopted
providing for the appointment of a
committee to outline a definite plan
or spreading propaganda throughout
the district of the northwestern
states to combat the non-partisan
lea cue and all other organizations
which may be considered a menac?
in real estste. The propaganda Is
also to outline the objects of th in
District chairmen are to be ap
pointed to take charge ot the work
in districts, with a slat echairman
directing the work, . Property own
ers throughout the northwest are M
be taken Into the association as af
THERE'S 011I7 one kind.of ser-
vice here, and that is tbe sore
we'd look for if we stood injour
shoes. We serve as promptly as
we would ask to" ie served. We .
give the sort of advice we: would
value as to battery care. We make
repairs as carefully as we would
ask to have them made.
Anto thieves are universally r
ferrcd to as being youthful. Why
not allow them to grow old grace
fully in jail?
e & Burr ell
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