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About The Forest Grove express. (Forest Grove, Or.) 1916-1918 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 7, 1916)
The Red M irage
A Story of the French Legion in A lgiers
By I. A. R. W Y LIE
tAU Ilahta r w m l . TO* hobbe-UamJl Cod
CHAPTER X X III—Continued.
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The door leading Into the Inner room pens— whether you stand by me or not
opeuod and closed. She lifted her head — I shall go on. But It will bo a hard
Ooetx von Rerlichingen lifted him- and went on writing. Her hand shook, going on—and It might have beeu a
•elf on bis elbow. The hard-lined face but when Farquhar stood beside her glory.”
was shrunken with suffering.
she looked up, and her face was white
She turned to hltn with a gesture of
“ I f I might sjvak to you—alone— my and tearless.
“ It is nearly finished.” he said al
“ Richard— my dear—don’ t you un
most beneath his breath. “ She Is try derstand? It Is fear of dimming that
“ By all means.”
He bent lower. The staff, watching ing to ask for you.”
glory that drives me away from you
“ I will come at once.”
Impatiently, saw him start and then
Whitt nm I? What should I !** to you?
slip bis arm beneath the dying head.
"W ait oue moment.
I wanted to A drag— a heavy burden. Even If I
“ It shall be as yon wish.” General leave them alone together for a little. would I cannot go buck Into the old
Meunler unclasped the cross from his You understand?"
life. The world has passed Judgment
“ Yes, of course.”
own uniform and laid It geutly on the
on the woman I was -the doors are
Close by the barrncks o f the Foreign
Both were silent. She studied him
shattered breast. “ The Legion Is proud
shut against her. Only insignificant
wistfully. Without the ragged beard little Qabriells Smith can go her way I.eglon there Is a little garden nud he
of you— comrade.”
yoml the garden a kind of ehut»et.
Goetz von Berllehlngen frowned. The and In these clothes he seemed once In peace."
Within are many relics of a glorious
fast-glazing eyes lit up for one instant
I care nothing for the world’s Judg
with a flash o f the old arrogance. He In the London days— the reckless, head rnent.” he Interrupted quietly. “ Nor past.
On the walls are the pictures o f the
strong soldier, without restraint, with
thrust the order Impatiently aside.
do yon. I f there Is anything behind
" I t was for the Englishman— tny out fear. Only as she looked closer those closed doors worth having— great dead.
It Is the Legion's ll'>!y Ground.
she saw the grave ennobling lines
which I doubt— we shall natter them
Colonel Dcutlno entered for the last
He fell back. His face became a which men gather on the road through In. And It Is not to the woman who
mask. Hut about the mouth there hov suffering. Suddenly he lifted his eyes was that I nm speaking 1 do not ask time. Outside, twyoud the gsrden. he
Doctor Pierce's Pellets are uneqttalod
to hers. They puzzled, almost fright
could hene the tramp o f feet a ml the
ered a smile o f an Inscrutable peace.
bm a Liver Bill.
Ont t»nv, Huoar-coalM
ened her in their dogmatic composure. her to go back anywhere. I n«k her to gay call o f a bugle. Herr everything
Jviirt a JMuie. Cure Mick Headache,
“ My father goes south toulght with go on with the life which we t>egnn to w-as pence
Bilious Headache, Dizzluesa, Constipa
the troops." he said. “ He will suppress getber two years ago when she hel|>ed watching portrait*, but In the midst,
tion, Indigestion, Bilious Attack*, and
the risings and make treaties, and the
on either hand o f the raised coffin, two
all derange meat« of thu Liver, btumuch
work on his great road will be finished. Ferrler’s stairs— incidentally back to great candles threw thetr light Into
He had said good-by. He stood now That u his own wish. W e hi«W sr^ken reason and self-respect.
tin- darkness and <>u the two men who. j
.1 . . . > _ .1 t . .1 _I _ A V. * _ n .1
the . door
and looked at her with (K
together and I have understood, as I night we have been comrades." The with drawn swords and nighties* eye*
sad reluctance o f a man who Is about know you will. We have each to work grim luughter In Ills eyes faded. He
kept guard. They wore dark uniforms
to turn his back forever on a well- out our own salvation In ouy own way. held out his hand ns though to take
which the little chaind had never *c«n.
Out there In the desert he may find hers, then let It drop, leaving her free and the colfin was hidden by a
“ And from that night I hare lover]
“ I shall not trouble yon again. Gab peace.”
If f o u a r » L o l l i n g f o r P r «»i»tn t K a f n r n i,
Gabrlelle Smith,” he went on gently.
rielle.” he said gently. “ Our ways lie
“ And yon?"
P r * « » « a n d a S q u a m l> a a l, m a k »
In different worlds. I have not de
r*>ur n a s i t lu p m a n l o l I r a a m l o
"M y pardon and release were con “ That was something you did not quite to where a woman heavily veiled, knelt
served much comfort of you. I spoiled firmed an hour ago. It was his own realize when you meant to leave me.
Ilefore her were two
my own life and I did my best to spoil request, and they could not refuse. In Under one shape or another I have
bore an Imperial crown,
yours. There is only one consolation a few weeks I shall go back to Eng loved you all my life. Only when you
that I can take with me— the knowl land. My father has given me the first came I did not recognize you. You the other a simple Inscription—
“T o Our Comrade— Goetz von Ber-
edge that I failed.”
rough memoranda o f his plans. I shall hhl tieblud the little gray shadow of
The Home of Ihe Si »fie i Shipper '
“ Yes—you failed.” She sat by the work them out In detail— If possible to yourself and I followed the mirage llcbtngen.”
rickety hotel writing table, her chin perfection. They will be offered In over the desert And 1 suffered hndly
resting on her hand, her eyes fixed ab- | due course to the government. I hope — until I found you, the renllty of all I woman looked up. He atood quietly lx*-
sently on the half-finished letter before that even uow I may serve my coun- tielleved In— the oasis. I>o you think slde her.
"Your highness, he died bravely. He
I am going to let you turn me out Into
her. “ You are not to worry about that, try.”
"W h a t’s Ihe matter with Flubdub?
You was worthy of his race.”
Stephen. Lives are not so easily
“ I know you w ill." The old fire the loneliness and desolation?
He used to claim dial our politicians
“ I thank you. colonel.”
flashed into her voice, but she did not know that I shall not Gabrlelle." He
were the moat unscrupulous In the
He left her. He went out again Into world."
“1 should like to think that you could look at him. She felt the piercing paused an Instant watching her. H*
“ He has been traveling abroad
forget me— that the shadow had eyes on her face; they seemed to reach saw the light dawn behind the mist of the evening sunshine. An orderly held
the Innermost thought In her. They pain, and then he took her handa and his tior»e In readlm-aa and four hun think It was a great blow to his civic
silenced an empty phrase that she was held them with a Joyful strength. “ You dred men marked time to the strong pride when he found they were not."
saved my life twice." he said. “ And rhythm o f the [.egIon’s war *ong. He — Ixm lsvllle Courier Journal.
forcing to her lips.
saved something greater than my swung himself Into the saddle.
“ Perhaps I am disturbing you.” he
Thread of Interest.
my faith. That Is a bond be
"In column— forward — in a rrh!"
said abruptly. "Y'ou are writing let
ought to be popu
They swung nut of tiie gates—oat
break. We belong to each other as s Into the rond. H alf Midi bel-Ahbes ran la r "
"W h y ao?"
man and wodian la-long to each other at their heels. On the outskirts the
“ To whom?”
“ There's a Itjve story mixed In with
You general with his suite waited to give
She looked up with a touch o f fierce perhaps once In a generation.
the recipes." — ixiulaville Courier-
dare not deny a union so glorious, bo them Godspeed.
“ Have you a right to ask?”
“ Return In honor, my children!”
She looked at him with steady radl
“ I don’t know— I am afraid—”
The band crashed out a triumphant
“ O f whom— o f what?”
I like that new hat of
answer. Colonel Destluii’a sword sank
” I>o you tielleve that?”
“ O f you—o f my happiness.”
“ A « you do.”
"Y e t you liked It In the store.”
She was silent an instant, battling
’TonJours, mt fol, le sac au doa-
“ I have not dared to believe until
"W ell. It did look pretty when tho
Singing, they left the glitter o f lights girl tried It on.”
“The letter Is to you. Richard.”
ami the sound o f the town’s Joyou*
Then the trouble started.— Louis
"M ay I read It?”
rode on alone. No mun spoke to him.
He took it from her. and she did not lieve my own heart. Richard."
There was on his face a grave aud
resist. The roughness in his voice and
The man who drops his anchor In
; manner shook her as no gentleness, no ment. speak. Y«-t what then passed be
And before him lay the desert ami the Slough of Despond never gets any
pleading could have done. This man tween thorn was beyond words. ii I hiv S
uight shadows, which were but a
w-as indeed afraid, and this fear, linked nil tenderness. He led her at last to
promts« o f another day.
with that great strength of purpose, ward the Inner room.
“ Come with me now. Gabrlelle."
T H E END.
was at once terrible and pathetic. She
did not move, and he read the letter to
the end in silence. 'Then he tore It de GREAT WRITER
NOT ALONE ] e predecessors of Hhnkcspeare: I.yly,
liberately across and across, and the
Beale, Greene, Lodge. Kyd, Nash mid
pieces fluttered to the ground.
'" “ r,owe-
“ I know all that— I guessed It,” he
Its Drama Without the Famous
Among the competitors of Hhakes-
said brutally. “ Yet out there on the
Bard of Avon.
i>eare none was ao Important ns Bon Carried Safely Through Change
plateau you told me that you loved
of Life by Lydia E. Pinkhnm’a
She rose and faced him.
preceded Hhakf spearo and prepared |
Increaalng Potato Yield,
“ I do love you,” she said firmly. “ I
She Heard the Door Close Softly. He am not ashamed to tell you so—even the ground with experiments In which | farm ers In the British I h I cs are
Nashvilld.Tenn.—- ‘ ‘ When i wns going
now, for love like mine cannot hurt he was to triumph were reviewed re- conducting experiments with sulphite through the Change o f L ife I had a tu
of ammonia to Increase the produc
mor as largo as a
passed away and left no trace. I should you. But In those days It was all d if of the English department of the Uni tivity of the potato fields.
ferent I believed that we were equals
like to know you— happy.”
child’s head. The
connection one of the recent reports
— that we were two outcasts who had
“ I am happy.”
doctor said it w u
Doctor Schelling’s lecture was on
three years coming
Still he waited, watching her with erred, not meanly or wickedly, but
recklessly, and that we were lighting "Shakespeare's Competitors In tho
hungry wistful intentness.
and gave mo medi
our way back to the thing we had lost. Drama."
“ You will go back to England.”
cine tor it until I
"For, had Shakespeare’s death been nure gave a yield of 814 tons
You were my comrade in exile, and 1
“ Yes. I think bo ”
was called a w a y
untimely like that of Marlowe, Doctor
from tho city for
"Farquhar is worthy o f you. You was yours. That was what I believed.
Hclielllng said, according to the Phila hundredweight of ammonium sulphate
«o r n e t i m e .
will begin a new life. I f I could I But It was not true. You bad lost
delphia Bulletin, "w e might question
would pray for your happiness to nothing— and now your exile Is over.”
The University college of North Wales
“ And so you meant to desert me? his primacy. Had Shakespeare never
go to him then, ao
has made similar experiments which
“ I thank you. Stephen.”
my sister in law told
show that In four years the expendi
-Ime that she thought
She heard the door clore softly. He should have had to hunt the world over memorable In the drama for the group ture of £ 1 (|G > In sulphite of
of playwrights of extraordinary stat
Lydia E. Pinkham s Vegetable Com
had gone. She felt ns though with his for you.”
“ I thought that you would under ure—a group In which tho lesser ammonia and superphosphate pro pound would cure it.
passing tl^ curtain hnd dropped upon
It helped both
names can easily match our Shaws
the Change o f L ife and the tumor and
the first great act o f her life. And now stand— that It was Just.”
“ What? That when I was dying, Barrie« or Pinero«." Doctor Schelling i '»no and a half tons of potatoes beyond when I got home I did not nm l Uic lUx-Urr.
a new act was to begin— a lonelier
tho yield of the ten ton* of farmyard
one. He had taken with him his own hunted and friendless, a veritable compared tho modern problomvlrama-
1 took the Binkham remedies until the
to which It was added. Bota
dream of It; she knew that he would worthless scamp, ns you believed, you
tumor was gone, the doctor said, and I
toes were worth L4 ($20) a ton lust
cling to her phrntom happiness as to condescended to love me, to go forward past
have not fe lt it since. I tell every one
Doctor Scholllng expressed regrot year.
a last comfort, and she bad bad no shoulder to shoulder with me and make
how I was cured. I f this letter will
heart to tear it from him. All happi life worth living. Now that I have that It has boon the habit of the older
help others you are welcome to use it.”
May Be a Weather Sign.
ness Is mirage. But to the dreamer come Into my own, that I appear more scholarship “ to disregard the environ
— Mrs. E, II. B ean , 625 Joseph Avenue,
Thomas Warner cannot explain It Nashville, Tenn.
the dream Is reality. He would sleep worthy of happiness, I am to be left to ment of Shakespeare and to neglect
In peace. She went on writing. It march the desert alone. Is that Jus the lesser luminaries who surround so he took them downtown and placed
Lydia E. Binkham’ s Vegetable Com
them In the show window of a Colum pound, a pure remedy containing the
was very quiet In the little room. The tice?”
him.” He said, In part:
drowsy hush o f midday seemed to
"Shakespeare la not the Inventor of bus store. He owns a white rabbit. extractive properties o f good old fash
creep In through the half-open shutters
“ Haven’t I had enough o f the desert Elizabethan drama. He did not find his Throe little rabbits came to her house ioned roots and herbs, meets the needs
on rays o f sunshine which shifted —haven’t you had enough? I f you leave dramatic Ixmdon brick and leave It to call her “ Mother" and to seek her o f woman a system at this critical period
slowly till they rested on the sheet of me now— ” His voice steadied. He marble. Shakespeare added no single parental care. Two of them are as o f her life. Try it
closely-written paper. She covered her smiled wryly. " I ’ m not threatening, new form of the variety that already white as the proverbial driven snow.
I f th ere 1« an y sym p tom in yonr
face with her hands as though dazzled. dear. By this time I have learned your flourished on the stage.
The other one Is as black aa the aca ran « w h ich p u zz le « yon , w r ite to
In the peaceful silence there was a lesson; there shan’t be any more throw
“ We have to deal with tha group of of spades In a new deck.— Indianapolis the I-ydia K. Pinkham Medicine
sound like a smothered cry o f pain.
Co* Lynn, Mass.
ing down o f weapons. Whatever hap writers known to every school book aa News.
Within the hush had deepened. All
life, all feeling sccuictl to draw to
gether an awed expectancy alwint the
little figure lying quietly In the mldat
o f tho great hist. Even the wig. still
»wry. could not take fr»>iu the pence
fill dignity o f the smsll tired face be
neath. A hand, heavily Jeweled, rest
ed on the shoulder of a man who knell
beside her. Her eyes bad beeu closed
as Guhrlello ami Farquhar entered
They opened now ami passed from one
to the other. In Ihnt moment they
looked very blue almost young. Mhe
tried to speak Slid Instead smiled faint
ly, apologetically, with a touch o f wry
self mockery that passed, leaving only
the quiet happiness. Aa though grown
suddenly weary, the Jeweled hand
slipped from the man's shoulder, and
he took It ami bowed Ida head upon It.
“ In a little while, my w lfo—a little
Her even closed III peaceful assent.
They did not open again. To those
watching It seemed that the room had
A little half-drawn
sigh hovered on the silence and then
drifted out on a ray of sunshine Into
the full daylight.
BUTTERFAT GONE UP
HOW MRS. BEAN