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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 16, 1916)
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high up at one end by a little
the foot of the stairs. Thsre was a
window of it* own) and according
glitter of eyes under the bowler's
brim as Mr Drlnkwater conducted his to Cazalet a desk It had really been.
His poor father ought never to have
friends Into the library.
been a business man; he ought to
The library was a square room of
have been a poet. Cazalet • » d thl*
respectable size, but very close and
now as simply as he had said » to
dim with the one French window
Hilton Toye on board the Kaiser Frit .
closed and curtained. Mr. Drinkwa
Only he went rather further tor
ter shut the door as well, and
benefit of the gentlemen from Scot
switched on all the electric lamps.
M OTHERHOOD U not .
land Yard, who took not the faintest
The electric light had been put in by
time for experiment, but fell
interest In the late Mr. Cazalet, be
the Cravens; all the other fixtures in
proven qualities, and nothin I
yond poking their noses into his di
e x c e e d s the value of
the room were as Cazalet remembered
minutive sanctum and duly turning
ch eer, needful exercise
them. But the former son of the house
SCOTT’S EM ULSION.
gave himself no time to waste In senti them up at what they saw.
“ He used to complain that he was
SOOTTS EMULSION charges del
mental comparisons. He tapped a pair
blood with life-sustaining richrJT, I
of mahogany doors, like those of a never left in peace on Saturdays and
suppresses nervous conditions j S I
Sundays, which of course were his
wardrobe let into the wall.
the quality and quantity of milk’ ^ 1
"Have you looked In here?” de only quiet times for writing,” said the
and insures sufficient fat
It. COD U V E R OIL fee d »»!,,
life cell.. It. LIME u d SODA
“ What’s the use of looking in a ci
rickets end make teething etiy.
gar cupboard?" Drlnkwater made mild to die of scarlet fever, and my mother
14-46 Avoid Sabititatct. No Alcohol,
SCQTT BOWNE acoOMT £L0
“ Cigar cupboard!” echoed Cazalet she'd had me there some time, the
in disgust. “ Did he really only use it old governor told us he'd got a place
where he could disappear from the
for his cigars?”
"A cigar cupboard,” repeated Drink- district at a moment’s notice and yet
Africa has 148 native languages i
water, "and locked up at the time It be back In another moment if we rang dialects.
happened. What was It, if I may ask. the gong. I fancy he’d got to tell her
Argentina has 7,515,018 horses J
where It was, pretty quick; but I only 52,220,871
in Mr. Cazalet’s time?”
"I remember!” came suddenly from found out for myself by accident.
Blanche; but Cazalet only said. “ Oh. Years afterward he told me he’d got whom 4,000,000 are farmers.
well. If you know It was locked there's the Idea from Jean Ingelow’s place In
From one family in France 72 i
an end of it.”
enlisted for the European war.
“ It’s In Florence," said Blanche,
Drlnkwater went to the door and
One Paris motion picture plant i
summoned his subordinate.
“Just laughing. " I ’ve been there and seen duces an average oi 3,uuu,ouo feet i
fetch that chap from the pantry, It, and It's the exact same thing. But films weekly.
Tom,” said he; but the sullen sufferer you mean Michael Angelo, Sweep!
Broken bones are now quickly 1
from police rule took his time, in spite
"Oh, do I?” he said serenely. “ Well, ed by an injection of bone dust1
of them, and was sharply rated when I shall never forget how I found out petroleum around the ruptured
Japanese are producing more thi
20,000,000 tons o f coal a year frt
“ I thought you told me this was a
“No more shall I. You told me all
cigar cupboard?” continued Drink- about it at the time, as a terrific se mines in Japan and South Manchuri
The newspaper announcement
water, in the browbeating tone of his cret, and I may tell you that I’ve kept
Utah Is now in fifth place as a
first words to Cazalet outside.
it from that day to this!”
ning state probably has no refere*
“ So it is,” said the man.
"You would,” he said simply. "But to the rather recent turmoil at >U
“ Then where’s the key?”
think of having the nerve to pull up state university when so many noj
"How should I know? I never kept
governor's floor! It only shows Morman professors were ousted.}
It !” cried the butler, crowing over
a boy will do. I wonder if the
his oppressor for a change. “He would
W ANTED—Every person who uses a I
hole's there still!”
tern to write us for descriptive pamphletJ
Now all the time the planetary de DAD'S SAFETY LANTERN, the Light of |
tective had been watching his satel lights, for all purposes, wind, rain and we:
lite engaged in an attempt to render proof. Roullcdjf Seed & Floril Co., 169 2d St., I
the damage done to the mahogany
Needy Youths Outnumber AvailaU
doors a little less conspicuous. Nei
ther appeared to be taking any further
of Washington, Seattl
Interest in the cigar cupboard, or pay
— Really deserving students who hnJ
ing the slightest attention to Caza sought relief from the payment of ttj
let’s reminiscences. But Mr. Drink- tion, under the scholarship provlsia
water happened to have heard every of the legislative enactment, numtu
word, and In the last sentence there more than 400, which is 108 morel
was one that caused him to prick up the university can succor. Six ho
dred and eight students asked to I
his expert ears Instinctively.
excused from paying the $10 fee,
"What’s that about a hole?” said
about 200 were found to be hardly i
he, turning round.
gible, under the rules laid down byl
“I was reminding Miss Macnalr how faculty committee in charge of
the place first came to be— ”
scholarships. The members of
"Yes, yes. But what about some committee are in despair as a renj
of their inability to aid all the ne«
hole in the floor?”
“I made one myself with one of youngsters.
arrears as I ’ve been able to lay my
hands on,” said Cazalet. “ But, i
Caz.let, on the a t t in e r Kaiser Frits, tell you, my ship only got In from Aus
hoireward bound from Auatmlla. cries
out In his sleep that Henry Craven, who tralia last night, and I came round all
ten years before had ruined his father the way In her.
There was nothing
end himself, Is dead and finds that H il
ton Toys, who shares the stateroom with in the English papers when
him. knows Craven and also Blanche touched at Genoa.”
Macnalr, a former neighbor and play
” 1 see, I see.” The man was still
mate. When the dally papers come
aboard at Southampton Toys reads that looking him up and down. “ Well, Mr.
Craven has been murdered and calls
Casslet’s dream second sight. He thinks Cazalet, my name's Drlnkwater, and
of doing a little amateur detective work I ’m from Scotland Yard. I happen to
on the case himself. In the train to town be In charge of the case."
they discuss the murder, which was com
mitted at Cazalet's old home Toye hears
” 1 guessed,as much." said Cazalet,
from t'axalet that Scruton. who had been
Casalet's friend and the scapegoat for and this surprised Blanche more than
Craven's dishonesty, has been released anything else from him. Yet nothing
from prison. Cazalet goes down the about him was any longer like the
river and meets Blanche. T oye also
comes to see her and tells Cazalet that Sweep of other days, or of any prevl
Scruton has been arrested, but aa he
doesn't believe the old clerk Is guilty he ous part of that very afternoon. And
la going to ferret out the murderer. this was also easy to understand on
Cazalet and Blanche go to Cazalet's old reflection; for If he meant to stand
by the hapless Scruton, guilty or not
guilty, he could not perhaps begin bet
C H A P T E R V I — C o n tin u e d .
ter than by getting on good terms
"Every Inch of It!" he said bitterly with the police. But his ready tact,
and In that case cunning, were cer
"But so I ought. If anybody does.”
"But these rhododendrons weren’t tainly a revelation to one who had
here In your time. They’re the one known him marvelously as boy and
Improvement. Don't you remember youth.
“ I mustn't ask questions," he con
how the path ran around to the other
end of the yard? Thlg gate Into It tinued, "but I see you’re still search
ing for things, Mr. Drlnkwater."
"Still minding our own Job.” said
“ No more It wa»,’’ said Cazalet, as
they came up to the new gate on the Mr Drlnkwater genially. They had
right. It was open, and looking sauntered on with him to the corner
through they could see where the old of the house, and seen a bowler hat
gateway had been bricked. The rhodo bobbing In the shrubbery down the
dendrons topped the yard wall at that drive Cazalet laughed like a man.
"W ell, I needn’t tell you I know ev
point, masking It from the lawn, and
making on the whole an Improvement ery Inch of the old place,” he said;
of which anybody but a former son of "that Is, barring alterations.” as
the house might have taken more ac Blanche caught his eye. “ But I expect
this search Is narrowed, rather?"
said Mr. Drlnkwater,
He said he could see no other
change. But for the fact that these standing still In the drive. He had
windows were wide open, the whole also taken out a presentation gold
place seemed as deserted as Little- half-hunter, suitably inscribed in mem
ford; but Just past the windows, and ory of one of his more bloodless vic
But Cazalet could always be
flush with them, was the tradesmen’s tories
door, and the two trespassers were obtuse, and now he refused to look
barely abreast of It when this door an Inch lower than the detective-
inspector’s bright brown eyes.
opened and disgorged a man.
"There’s Just one place that’s oc
The man was at first sight a most
Incongruous figure for the hack prem curred to me, Mr. Drlnkwater, that
lses of any house, especially In the perhaps may not have occurred to
those knives that contain all sorts of
country. He was tall, rather stout, you.”
of things, including a saw. It was one
"Where's that, Mr. Cazalet?"
very powerfully built and rather hand
Saturday afternoon in the summer hol
"In the room where— the room
some In his way; yet not for one mo
“ May I Ask What You’re Doing idays. 1 came in here from the gar
ment was this personage In the pic Itself.”
Here?” He Bluntly Asked.
den as my father went out by that
Mr. Drlnkwater's long stare ended
ture. In the sense In which Hilton
Toys had stepped Into the Llttleford In an Indulgent smile. "You can show keep It on his own bunch; find his door Into the hall, leaving one of
me If you like.” said he Indifferently. watch, and all the other things that these mahogany doors open by mis
"May l ask what you’re doing here?" "But I suppose you know we’ve got were missing from his pockets when take. It was the chance of my life;
in I slipped to have a look. He came
he demanded bluutly of the male In the man?”
your men went through ’em, and you
back for something, saw the very door
may find his keys, too!”
you’ve broken standing ajar, and shut
C H A P T E R V II.
"No harm, I hope," replied Cazalet,
Drlnkwater gave his man a double
it without looking In. So there I was
smiling, much to his companion's re
signal; the door slammed on a petty
in a nice old trap! I simply daren't
A f t e r M ic h a e l A n g e lo .
lief. She had done him an Injustice,
triumph for the servants’ hall; but
however, In dreading an explosion
"I was thinking of his cap,” said now both Invaders remained within call out and give myself away. There
was a bit of loose oilcloth on the
when they were both obviously In the Cazalet, but only as they returned to
“ Try your hand on it. Tom,” said the
wrong, and she greatly admired the the tradesmen's door, and Just
“ I’m a free-lance
"There Is still,” said the satellite,
tone he took so readily.
"1 know Blanche put In her word, "What about here,” he explained somewhat super
pausing in his task.
we've no business here whatever; but me?”
fluously to the others, as Tom applied
It happens to be my old home, and I
”1 moved the oilcloth, In the end
Mr. Drlnkwater eyed the trim white himself to the lock In one mahogany
only landed from Australia last night. figure standing In the sun "The more door. “ Man's been drinking. I should hawked up one end of the board (luck
I'm on the river for the first time, and the merrier!” his grim humor had it say. He'd better be careful, because ily they weren't groove and tongue)
simply had to have a look around."
“ I dare say you'll be able to teach us I don’t take to him, drunk or sober. sawed through the next one to it, had
The other big man had looked far a thing or two as well, miss ”
I’m not surprised at his master not it up, too. and got through into the
from propitiated by the earlier of
8he could not help nudging Cazalet trusting him
It’s Just possible that foundations, leaving everything much
these remarks, but the closing sen In recognition of this shaft. But Caza the place was open—he might have as 1 had found It. The place Is so
tehees had worked a change.
let did not look round; he had now set been getting out his cigars before small that the oilcloth was obliged to
"Are you young Mr. Cazalet?" he foot In his old home.
dinner— but I can't say I think there's a" ln place lf 11 ,el1 anywhere, But
1 ^ad P,enty of time, because my
It was all strangely still and inactive, much In It, Mr. Cazalet ”
"I am. or rather I was," laughed as though domestic animation had
P' e had * ° ne ,n t0 dlnner ”
Cazalet, still on hla mettle.
^ ou ought to have been a burglar,
been suspended Indefinitely. Yet the before many minutes; and certainly
"You’ve read all about the case open kitchen door revealed a female
there was not much in It. to be seen, sir." said Mr Drlnkwater ironically
then, I don’t mind betting!" exclaimed form In mufti; a sullen face looked
up a sin with a crime.
Boxes of these were . "So you
. . . covered
the other with a Jerk of hla topper to out of the pantry as they passed; and
stacked on what might have been ' * “ lf th* gentlemen who go
ward the house behind him.
through the old green door (only now meant for a shallow desk (the whole
hand* f° r the first and
" I ’ve read all 1 found In the papers It was a red one» they found another
place was shallow as the wardrobe last time. But how did you get out
last night and this morning, and such bowler hat bent over a pink paper at
of the foundations?"
that the doors suggested, but lighted
8 Y N O P S I8 .
(TO BE C O N T IN U E D .)
F ISH E R S
IS L A N D
P o s s ib il it y of G re a t D o in g s at P la c e
W h ic h le Key to L o n g Is la n d
Almost off the etitrmnre to the
Thames estuary, whose mouth makes
New l.ondon s wonderful harbor, per
haps a sort of delta cast up In some
former day by the sediment which the
estuary brought down. Flshera Island
Is a remarkable bit of land. It Is
withal a key to the entrance of Lons
Island sound and bears an Impor
tant fort whose unseen (uns would. If
effectively served, pour terrible hall
on any above surface craft whch
should seek to enter for Improper pur
poses the approach to New York and
tha Connecticut coast.
this Fishers Island has at Its western
end a hotel or two and a few summer
cottages and for the rest It Is a great
poultry range, where are raised In
astonishing quantities chickens and
ducks and turkeys and gwese says the
New Haven Register
If the now rumored plans are car
ried out the poultry will have to m ow
before long to some spot that has less
strategic military value. Young John
Hays Hammond has Invented a wire
less controlled torpedo which. It Is an
ticipated. has wonderful possibilities
lf It will do what Is claimed for It
U N IV E R S A L
: of c
That itching, burning skin
trouble which keeps you scratch
ing and digging, is a source of
disgust to others, as well as of
torment to you. Why don’t you
get rid of it by using Resinol
prescribed it for over 20 years.
In most cases, it stops itching
instantly and heals eruptions
promptly. It is very easy and
economical to use.
Said He— Mrs. Uppson certainljl
a tactful woman. She seems to czfll
everything before her.
Said She— Force of habit. I
sume. I understand she was a i
ress before old man Uppson let I
marry him.— Indianapolis Star.
C H I N A I roat and the back of the neck.
| these women are not fanning them-
A rt ic le . E it h e r C h e a p o r C o stly . Is «elves they are using this feminine
weapon to keep off the sun as ona
A p p u r t e n a n c e of A ll C itlx e n e
would use a parasol. The soboolmas
o f th e R e p u b lic .
ter uses his fan to rap the knuckles of
Though the Japanese have the repu his pupils by way of punishment.
E v a n on th e M o u n t a in T op .
Smith lived in a neighborhood where tation cf making the fan popular, they j
Did Away With Madder.
there were many piano#, phonographs, adopted the fashion from the Chinese. !
barky dogs and sweet children, and, i hlnese women are rarely seen with- I Alizarin, a dyestuff, was first gyn
finding that sleep was Impossible, he out a fan in their hands, attached to thetieally produced In 1869, In which
the side or tucked away In a skirt year the world production of madder
began to look around for a quiet re
was 110 . 000.000 pounds of roots retv
treat. Finally he found It on the top
Nearly every dress worn
of a mountain, and great was his hap^ nese -
, res<“nt,n* >.100.009 to 1.650.000 pound,
ee woman la trimmed with a long of alizarin, worth *11,250.000 in i f o
One day. however, he appeared In silken cord thai is fastened around f’> ance had approximately 50000
er waist On this cord she often has afre« under madder cultivation whirh
town looking extremely sad. and his
fan. a small parasol, an..«
— soon disappeared after the Introduc-
friends quickly questioned him as to
a tion of the artificial product
Whatever else is not
" It ’s no uae. boys.” he responded ln
there the fan la sure to occupy an
a dejected voice.
“ It Is simply a
N a t u ra lly .
The women of
waste of time to fight the Inevitable."
I saw Mabel buying
means have beautiful silk fans, band other day.”
"Yesterday a young man came up
painted and set with mother of pearl
"That gives color to the report that
on the mountain." explained Smith,
or golden sticks
These are usually she paints."
"and pitched a tent near my bunga
low. This morning he told me that
cases, which they attach to their
he was gotng to spend the summer
G iv e It Up.
girdles. The woman of small means
N o r t h w es
there learning to play the v io lin "—
H o - U It that you see .0 much fine,
contents herself to placing her more
f* n he*ween
eo'!a, of hrr fruit on fruit
'** ‘ tmds than you ever see
I on trees*
bs of r
[fo r pui
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