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Never a Shadow Si nee.
Louisa, I really must ask you not
to frighten me that way again. I
BY CLAMA ASPEN.
thought from your manner at first
that you had discovered something
not that there is anything to dis
“Mr. Lambert.” he said, "give
me an opjturtumty to talk this over* cover, you know but then—”
Aunt Louisa arose from her chair
“No time like the present. Come and stood in front of me. She had
to the beetle. *a:d Uncle Lambert. evidently decided to takv the hull
So the dome ouusrvbed into the by the horns.
“Oh, come Dick. Don’t let’s
dimly j S l’rvo.8 Jeswttqf rwm. The
You know what I want.
wu quite dark.
“I cuu oowr rjewe forgive Juli-j
et1 sobbed Jktus.1 Lambert, break-> “I won’t.
ingd‘ «i3 and throwing herself into| “0-o.h, Dick!” This in a very
disgusted voice, indeed
an easy ehair.
“Now, aunty, don’t be u n reason -
"But I fail to see,” commenced
Roland, manfully addressing both able.
Why should I?
the old people, “where we have i you?”
done any harm, flow could I help,
course, that was a very fool-
loving Juliet, having fust seen her i»h queslionr I might have kiiown
by accident? I would die |o save that she would say yes, and she
her a Borrow! Have a care, Mr «lid
Lambert, how you slight bo honest > “I would do whatever my family
a loye as mine for your neice, wh >, I decided wa* for the best, and—”
_* l — aj
“Very well. The portion of the
you, • has
in the world, I believe. Am I ho j family here aseembled ducidedes
'that I for one, decline the kind in-
bad a match for her? ’
“Your uncle, young man, treated vitation.
Aunt Louisa looked out of the
my daughter very badly!”exclaim
ed Mrs. Lambert. ’The family window at the first mow of the sea-
«on, but I don't really think she
“Here let it end,” pronounced a saw it. I watched the little clock
pleasant voice from behind, and on the mantel piece and tried to
Mrs Delight and an elderly gentle calculate how many seconds it
man advanced into the apartment. 1 would before she would again be-
“I have forgiven Colonel Brennan.” [<!«••
‘‘But Dick, it’s the first time Un
"I was lied to by a rival,” inter
rupted Colonel Brennan. "I was cle Richard has invited us to hie
induced to believe that Delight was I house for twenty years.”
“I have had a message from him
to jilt me al the last minute. I de
nied myself ever seeing her again, once a vear—”
but I have beenua very unhappy
‘¡You deserve it, Dick!
man, mv friends. When I had know you did put cayenne pepper
reason to believe I had been da in his snuff box.”
ceived. the woman I loved was fa’
“Twenty years ago! And he has
sway. Before I could reach her
she was married. After all these
years she has forgiven me.”
day since! I’m afraid he’d force it
“We are to married at Christmas 'down my throat at dinner.”
so let resentment against these
“But Dick, he’ll nev< r forj
young folks end. Let us all b<<' family if you don't go."
happy together," said Delight, with
“No,” 1 assented, ’he wo.i’t ”
her sunny smile, which was so con-
"But don’t you care? There won’t
tagcous that Aunt Lambert snatch- be many more Thanksgivings be-
rd weeping Juliet to her breast and I fore he dies and then—”
| Aunt Louisa didn’t know
Then all the woman kissed each | then,
other am! the three men shook 1
But I did.
hands. And there has never I wen '
“And then hia brother’s wife’s
a shadow of trouble in Ilia family sister's children will get all his j
siner.—New York Journal.
money, unless we patch this up
Whv don’t vou sav it?"
“Dick, you’re perfectly shocking!
You know I had no such thought
Anne of ns have. I’m sure we have
IIY M Alien MORROW.
been very fond of Uncle Rich
for all his «ccentrieities.”
“Oh, he in eccentric, in he? I
When Aunt Louisa came into the had imagined he is a jierfect model
room that morning, 1 could plainly of what an effeotionate uncle should
sec that she had something on her be. He never forgets me, I am
tuind; tin family bad very evident an re.*'
ly t'<>mmissione.| |t,-r to have some
“Now, Dick, don’t be sarcastic.
thing out with me. I knew it by At such a time we sliould show—"
th« unconacioua air she tried to ns
"Do you tman," I asked, ‘at
sum*, and at one* Began l<> review l'lianksgiving t'mea in general, or
my conduct fur the jmst week. For when one ia expecting th > death of
a wond< r, I Could think of no recent his ninth-r*S Uncle?"
act of mine likrlv to call down up
“I mean wh-n the »emo > of
on my head the family nrapkaaure, Thanksgi ving come* round “ Aunt
and 1 accordingly tt waited her I •ui-s looked i„. full
o|w ning with aome interest
at.d waa r*allv ¡mi>r**eaiw i a lier
“Well. Dick." aha began—Aunt manner. ”
“ 1 I know, Richard,"
Louisa 04» I Jtrap patronising |»eo went on. “none of ut arv perfect.
plr, and I f^rgiye her—"next Tbura- but al this time, I think we ougnl
day ia Thanksgiving day ”
to try. at leaat, to be grateful, and
I couldn’t ace her drift, so I wait- forgiving, and all that. I really
"Your niotlw-r ha» a letter—that
1 Bf i i'hTI.Nt KU,
it, Uncle Richard ha» invited u»
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•II out to III» place fur dinner ,"
1 brrathed more eaatlv.
’M ’ ' Xc.ii s
“Oh that*» iL la It* N-w Aunt
O I S.
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Seven times cleaner Stove
Two tim**s cheaper Polish
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