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for The Term of His Natural Life
nr erect, and twisted blmeelf tnwasd
the light. “Sarah!" he cried, in shrill
sharp tones. "Sarah!" and swooped
with a lesn ami through the ¿bisk. as
though to seise her.
The girl leaped out of the cabin like
a panther, and was back at the bunk
head in a moment. The convict »«<
a young man of about four and twenty.
Ills hands were small and well shapc-l
and the unshaven chin bristled with
promise of a strong beard. lli« wii.l
4 M4M 103 010 I0R WORK?
black eyes glared with all the tire of
n» Jeis 4.
delirium, and as he gasped for breath
It has been discovered that th«» traveling
the sweat stood in beads ou his sallow
salesman s remrd breaking days lie on Hie sun
The aspect of the man was sufficiently
ny aide of 40 years, after 4.^ he loses th«' In
ghastly, and Mile», drawing back, «lid
Itlatlve that prompts catching the earliest trains
not wonder at the terror which ha>l seis-
amt staving to th«» last on«* with a promising
•»I Mrs. Vi.-lo-rs' MM.
customer. It 1« n«»t so much that he cannot
mouth and agonised face, she aloud in
physically take up th«» activities that <*m*e made
the center of the cabin, like one turned
him a recon!, but that his mt ntal lassitude In
to »tune, gaalng at the man on the bed
terfarea with his aeelng the mveasity for such
"Ecod, he be a sight!" says Mile», at
length. “Come away, mis-«, and shut activities. Should th«» young man at 23 hav«> all tlie know I
the door. He's raving. I tell yer."
edge, sobriety and appreciation of the things that tuay I*
"He's choking Can't you see? Water! his naturally at t-O. wliat an advantage he would hate In
give me water!"
the selfish race to success! There la never a reason why
And. wreathing her arms around the the evi>ertences of the falber uiny not be handed down to
mail's head, she pulled it down on her tile son. Uertaluly the greatest capital |>oaseaaed l>.v the
bosom, rocking it there, half savagely, te
young man toward a business carver should be In having
Awed Into obedience by her volcw a father who In etery tense Is a good business man
There are few business«’« where headwork la uecesanry
Miles dipped a pannikin Into « small
unheaded puncheon cleated In the cor tn conjunction with experience that tin- man who is old
ner of the cabin, and gave it her; and. only by years should not be a factor lu Its sut-ceaa. Tlie
without thanking him, she plaited It te man with white ha!r and a clear, sound brain has only him-
the sick prisoner's lips. He drank greed self to blame If he Is depose«! on aci-ouut of age Such ■
ily. and closed hi« eyes with a grateful man has the warning of hts approaching condition in his
sigh. Just then the quick ears of Mile* hatr; It Is the danger signal Indicating his growing tufiriu
beard the Jingle of arms.
Itles unless h* shall check them. He needs an awakeue«l
"Here's the d.xtor coming, miss!" he
cried. "1 hear tbe sentry saluting. Come Interest In the everyday world around him. to shade Ills
prejudices, renew his appn-clatlons of the gxxxl things of
She seised the lantern, »nd. opening life, to make sure thnt evoyy day he la alive and an In
tegral part of the world that la doing things
tbe horn slide, extinguished It.
A young, active business man with an Idea that
“Say It went out." she said, tn a
fierce whisper, “and hold your tongue. proaches an Inspiration Is Just aa much In nee«! of tile
|col«l water of an older Judicial ttilud as the ol<! man la In
Leave me to manage."
She bent over the convict as If to ar n«-s-«l to s«-ek the novelty and Inspirations of the youth
range his pillow, and then glided out of ful present Au Ideal condition should t»e presented tn the
the cabin Just as Fine descended the gniy head In copartnership with the youn* man In hta
hatchway. As he groped his way with activity.
outstretched arms tn the darkness, Sarah
l’urfoy slipped past him.
»To be continued.)
COSCI MAI IO IS MAURI! 0 Illi.
»S í ^ íe PEOPL
PAI IM, A IH HI
Two ml Hr men ovvi'tiikrn by bad
wmthvr twenty five iiillra from tlodr
mmp mine In alglit of a bo «| m I hk k.
mid iiNk«*<| for food mid ahviter for (lie
nlgbt. The story of tlirlr wvlronm la
Hint most bullish of all the many foolish thing« ended 'given In th»» Outlook by one of the mt-
still burned, an,! Immediately over It
"worldly wise'' wc should never marry for position or fol tleturii.
“Pin«." says Captain Blunt, as the there grew out of the darknees a crim-
I m I hi II never forget the llttl«« wom-
money merely. If we do wi* deserve whatever we gel.
«wo were left alone together, "you and I son spot that hung like a lurid star in
mi who im»t me ut the <lo»«r *»f that
•re always putting our foot into it!"
the air. Mrs. Vickers, with little Syl
■< h I ahat'k
I t»dd her our aHuatlon.
"Women are always in the way aboard via clinging to her dress, casta up to
8he mih very grtirlomt in grunting ua
•hip," returned Pine.
share the new sensation.
food mid Nb«»ll«»r for tin» night.
“Ah! doctor, you don’t mean that. I
“Captain, you'll lower a boat. We
GUI OI IDU4III) MIRI
know,” said a rich, «oft voir« at his may save some of the poor fellow»."
We ant there In the room I could
cries Frere, his heartiness of body re
not think of n word to «ay. and lllblr-
a» 4a«tix Oferhoeer.
It wss Sarah Purfog emerging from viving at the prospect of excitement.
.A soun-e of discontent felt painfully In the i bai’k was worse off than I wm Ila
Blunt; “why, »he's
I'ult-xl States la the education of the people alxivr I could not do anything but look at tin»
“We were talking of your eyea. my twelve miles off. or more, and there's
the recognised needs of education Through the pictures on th«» wnil Thru a man old
dear," cries Blunt. "They'r« the finest not a breath o' wind! They've got their
extraordinary emphasis given by our democracy i «»nough to lie her gramlfalhrr put In
eyes I’ve seen In my life, and they’ve own boat». In tbe meanwhile we'll show
to universal education mure men and women are an appearsn«*e. lie was frlrmlly and
<ot the reddest lipa under 'm that------ " ’em that there's some one near ’em.”
“I-et me pane. Captaiu Blunt, if you And. as he spoke, a blue light flared
now trained, especially In the universities, than i talkative.
plense. Thank you. doctor."
It«» wni a retired stage driver, an<|
hissing into the night. "There, they'll
there Is demand for Not half of them are neo, I
An«l before the admiring commander see that. I expect!" be said, as the
ed In the learned professions .A large part are. I waa («Miking after tin« stag«» horses.
could prevent her, ahe modestly awept ghastly flame rose, extinguishing the
accordingly. living In poverty. or drifting Into After supper I went out to the «i»rral
out of the cuddy.
stars for a moment, only to let them
land worme<| tin» Information out of
"She's a fine piece of good», eh?” appear again brighter in a darker heav
Trailers have more power to«1nr than lawyers, clergy ' him that th«» woman was a widow,
• aked Blunt, watching her. “I don't en. "Mr. Rest, ^ower an,! mau the quar
mon, or profeaaora. A nittii la nienaiirvd by what he can itiat her huslmml had dl«*d before site
know where Vickers picked her up. but ter boats! Mr. Frere, you can go in
do more than by what he knows The United Htatrs Ren mine there, and Hint she
I’d rather trust my life with the worst one. If you like, aud take a volunteer or
of those rnfflsns ‘tween deck than in two from those gray jackets of yours
nt« Is fill»«! with millionaires who h«te no training In deserving
her keeping, if I'd done her an injury. amidships. I shall want as many hands
statoamaiisblp any more than In scholarship Eminent men
I told IliblelMlch all thin after we
I don’t believe she'd think much of stick as I can spare to man the long boat
speak contemptuously of the literary class "Anyltody can list! gone to br«l. and we found that
Ing a man. either. But I mutt go on ami cutter, in case we want 'em. Steady
write," said a prominent butcher, "but It takes a great mail our resources sin«»unt«»d to only four
there, led»! Easy!" And. as the first
to run a commercial bustiirsa" And he thought his life dollars, which «die wsa more than wel
Pine followed him more »lowly, "I eight men who c-»M reach tbe deck
more t-eneficlal than the poet's or philosopher's, because he come to. 8o tlir next morning when I
don't pretend to know much about worn- parted to the larboard and starboard
paid more nien wages
sak«*«l her w hat we owed her she r«*-
•n." he »aid to himself, "But that girl's quarter boats. Frere ran down on tbe
We have a llmltlesa demand for men In other than pllrd s«» graciously. “Why, griiHenieit,
got a atory of her own. or I'm much mi»- main deck.
learned work, when* many of our scholars can find employ I couldn’t think of taking nilvmitngn
taken. AVhat bring» her on hoard thia
At hi» nod the prison door was thrown
•hip aa a lady'» maid is more than I open The air was hot. and that strange,
uient. Besides eipnndliig the aiil-Jeets on which learning of jour necessity to charge jruu f«>r <
can fathom." And aa he walked down horrible odor peculiar to closely packed
may be »pent. ■■ the Induatrtal arts, where science la being favor that I'm only h*> happy K
the now deserted deck to the main human bodies filled the place. He ran
more Introduced, necoaaltatlng mnny a-'lentlfi-- men, ths grant.**
hatchway, ami turned to watch the his ere down the double tier of bunks
learned e»n spend ttn-lr leisure at books white gtvlug their
"Oh,” snht I. “take thia, mi) how,1
white figure gliding up and down, he which lined the side of the ship, and
productlvs hours to commere* or farming
and laid th«« silver on the table
joined . . by anot|,,r anj a darker stopped at the one opposite him.
Learning doe* not spoil one for any occupation, lie
\V«» lint! started for the dour w hrn
oue. he muttered. "She'» after no good."
There seemed to hare been some dis
•kiva liuproslng most work. It may lie enjoyed as mere cut abe Ntoppr«t ua.
At that momeut his arm waa touched turbance there lately, for. instead of the
ture. Reholars must learn to do aomethlng else than make
by a soldier in ■tndress uniform, who six pairs of feet which should have pro
’’One moment, gentlemen. I emit
ha»l come np tha hatchway.
their living at their learning In times like the present think of accepting this.
truded therefrom, the gleam of the bull's
"AVhat is it?"
they must aeeuatom themselves to ettjoy a life w lilch I» not «»imugh to grant my rr<pivst.”
eye showed but four,
Be (tofterr WlcSe XI.
"kt you plase. doctor, one of the pris
"AVhat'e the matter her», »entry?" by
LIVES WELL ON $10 A YEAR.
The »ad truth Is. I suppose, that a great niauy
We mumbled out some thanks, bn«le
oners is taken sick, and as the dinner'« asked.
l»eopls marry unhappily No star dances on th.-lr
her g«M»«i day, ami started for tlie <■ cur-
•▼er. and he's pretty bad, 1 ventured to
“Prisoner ill. sir. Doctor sent him to Wlaconatn M ho llaa Done It f«*r 40
wedding days They are unfitted to live together, IXIRAAAGAM LIAISG A SAIIOSAl MISAIT.
ral feeling lik«» (wo sli«*ep tiilevrs
disturb your honor."
rara— Mrrnia Content.
and so when they do live together either quar
W h were accustomed
“Why diia't you tell me before?"
"But there should be two."
Near Mirror Lake, in Wisconsin. Is a
n> Her. Fliiati a geegeer.
In the meantime tne woman who wa»
reling or dullness sets In. The fat- they have
and neglect, (mt here was genuln«»
The other came from behind the break log cabin lu w hich a mau has Uve«l for
the object of the grint old fellow's sus of the berths. It was Rufus Dawes,
»«■leeted acta upon them either as an Irrltaut or as
face of the earth But there Is such a thing a»
picions, was enjoying the comparative He held by the side aa he came, and forty years ou $10 a year. George
When we were near camp, iilbleback
coolness of the night air. Her mistress saluted.
It Is quite a mistake to suppose that if one
In hie Madill«« and asked«
and her mistress' daughter had not yet
overeating has done more than the drink habit
“I felt alck. sir. and wii trying to
dull person comes across another dull |>erson and
•‘When Is < brlstmna?"
come out of their cabin. The awning get the scuttle open.”
ent of the St Louis Republic.
"In about five weeks." 1 answered.
had been removed, the stars were shin
The old tuan 1» a Oxil AVar veteran they enter Into matrimony they will necessarily be dull
Maurice Frere stamped his foot In
National progress Is not to be measure»! by
.together—that la. dull to each other If they suit each
“Im you know where that bl*
ing in the moonless sky. and Miss Sarah dignantly.
When be was dis«-harged at the end
Purfoy waa walking up and down with
Wyoming stray ranges F* he Usit
"Sick! What are yon sick about? I'll of the war be had money enough to other they will not. Dull to you. to me—yes; but not dull
no less a person than Captain Blunt give you eomething to sweat the sickness prrehase an acre of ground on the to each other. Many a dull husband mated to a dull wife
ronne»'ted In our thought with Rpartan almpllelty asked.
liimself. She had passed and repassed out of yon. Stand on one side here!"
| has «aid to me confidentially: "No one who hasn't lived.
“Of course I do.”
shores of picturesque Mirror Lake. In
live, the fathers of our country »ubordlnatrd th*
him twice silently, and at the third
Rufus Dawes, wondering, obeyed.
as I have, with Mrs Jones for twenty years can form an
"Well." says he, “let’s kill him nn<1
turn, the big fellow, peering into the
"Which of you fellows caa handle an
[idea of her cleverness. Her luslght, I give you my word.
twilight ahead somewhat uneasily, obey oar?” Frere went on. "There. I don't bles and fruit trees. Close to the house Is some’hlng wonderful." and so on and so forth
and aolenin aenae of duty They had a work to do and give that little widow every otim
And that work was not to gormandise
the meat, It'll I»«* a *< hm | one on hrr.
ed the glitter of her great eyes aud join want fifty! Three'll do. Come on now. there grows a thick cluster of black so says Mrs. Jones of Mr Jones.
I know that Mrs Jones
won't It? We ll fool her a plenty
berry bushe» and lu the garden behind
has a bead as empty a» a sieve and that Mr. Jones Is the
Three days ta’fore < hrlstmns wo
“You weren't put out," he asked, “at
The heavy door dashed »gain, and in It there are long rows of strawberries
around him that the Atnorlrnn
what I said to you below. I was a bit another instant the four “Volunteers" Over the fence that separates the yard greatest Imre tn Christendom, but to each other thia worthy people are becoming tnor* and more enamored of luxury; drove up the Wyoming stray and kill»
pair of people appear shining with brilliancy Why? They
rude. I admit."
were on deck.
ed him. We hung the beef up over
from the roail an- wild roses. Here the
“I? Oh, dear. no.
You were not
»re suited to each other, that Is all. The person who thor more and more Interested In money and the things that night to harden In the frost, and next
"Two in each boat!" criee Blunt. “I'll veteran makes his home.
money commands, such as fine establishments, high living.
ough'y-suits us can never seem to us dull.
burn a blue light every hour for you.
How does he live?
“aoelal" »mlnenc*— In a word, display To put the whole morning we reached the widow's place
“Glad you think so!” returned Phin- Mr. Best, xn! take care they don’t
All this pother about the dullness of married life 1«
with fast pounds of as tin«. ta-rf »■ you
Each day he tak«-s hfs flshtng rod rather ridiculous Married life Is not necessarily dull any business Into n single w ord. materialism.
eas Blunt, a little ashamed at what look swamp yon. Losrer away, lads!"
luist week I hear-! a fine band play something or other ev er v.v w
ed like a confession of weakness on
As the seond pristuer took the oar of and goes down to Mirror latke. That more than the life of a blslmp or a bargee, a princess or
We wished tier a merry Christmas
they call-si "I’an Americana.“ but nil the Pan Americana In
Frere'» boat, he uttered a groan and is his pork barrel. The fish that tn-
Sarah Purfoy laughed a low. full-ton- fell f»>rward, recovering himself instant draws out of those waters supply his a Pomeranian dog Is necessarily dull. It nil dep. nd« on »•reatlon will not serve to »an- us unless we get back before and departed.
the people wbo enter Into It. Where there is no iinturnl
ed laugh, whose sound made Blunt’s ly. Sarah Porfoy. leaning over the side, dinner, likewise bis breakfast.
M hell vv i- got out of sight of ths
It Is to«» lute to the Simplicity of life which shall keep our
sympathy there will certainly be either dullness or despair
pulse tnke a Jump forward, an-1 sent the saw the occurrence.
l»>i|<>-a full of healthy blood ami our minds full of clean, house, old Blbleback Hunt wus the
blood tingling down to his fingers' end«.
“AVhat is the matter with that man?” corn grown iu his garden complete his We should choose carefully, then, and we should never do sensible an»l honest thoughts
happiest mortal 1 ever saw. mid that
“Captain Blunt." said she. “you're she said. "Is he ill?"
Christmas was a merry our, for our
going to do a very silly thing."
Pine was next to her. and looks»! out diet. For his lake fishing Skinner has
debt was (Mid
GREAT INLAND SEA
-RUIIAING Illi C0NMII11I0S" Ih RISMA.
instantly. "It's that big fellow In No. built himself a boat which te as unlqu* [
as himself. In order that be may fish ’ Beautiful Lake Tahoe Located 9,000
“You are going to fall In lore with a 10." he cried. “Here. Frere!”
No Fist» Without Fttresi»,
But Frere heard him not. He was and propel bls boat at the same time
girl of nineteen."
Feet Above Ocean LeveL
preservation of our streams Is
intent on the beacon that gleamed ever be has invented an extraordinary con
“Who is that?”
A great Inland sen, seventy five
necessary to the preservation of our
“Myself!” she said, giving him her bright In the distance. "Give way. my trivance.
miles around, U.txjo feet above ocean
fisli, but many of the readers may not
hand and smiling at him with her rich lads!” he shouted. And smidst a cheer
At the stern of his boat he has a level—that is Lake Tahoe. Round
from the ship, the two boats shot out of
yet have considered how Intimately
the preservation of our forests Is con
“I believe you are right,” he cried; the bright cirde of the blue light, and This 1s turned by means of a chain piercing, not the clouds, but the cloud
disappear«-»! into the darkness!
“I am half in love with you already.”
nected with the preservation of our
Sarah Purfoy looked at Pine for an running on cogs and attache«l to a less blue of the Rocky Mountain sky.
“That is your affair,” she said; and
strrims and hence the very existence
■a the head of Mr. Frere appeared above explanation, but he turned abruptly crank that the old man turns with one You can see pebbles and fish sixty feet
of many fish, especially brook trout,
the companion. Blunt walked aft. feel- away. For a moment the girl paused, as band as he trolls with the other. From down In these crystal waters, sml out
depends upon the preservation of the
Ing considerably bewildered. and yet not If in doubt; and then, ere his retreating this strange craft, nicknamed “the in the center they hare souuded 'J.ixai
figure turned to retrace Its steps, she flying machine” by the people of Del- feet and found no bottom. A grue
To Illustrate this relationship be
“She's a fine girl!"’ he »»Id. cocking cast s quick glance around, and, slip- ton. Skinner does his angling.
some tradition of lovely Taboe la that
tween forests and water, make a cou
bis cap, "and I'm hanged if ahe ain't ping down the ladder, made her way to
a dead body never rises from Its hot-
ple of trough«, line one with clay to
aweet upon me.”
tomless depths. Ice cold is the water
The iron-studded oak barricade that well as be does In summer. From the
And then tbe old fellow began to
represent tbe country denuded of tree«,
whistle softly to himself as be paced the loop-holed for musketry, and perforated overabundance of one season he saves fishing, and deer arid bear, lurk In the
tbe opposlti- trough lined with evals of
deck, and to glance towaril the man. who with plated trap-door for sterner needs, enough to meet the necessities of the
grass or moss Io represent the forest
hills. Sudden furies of
had taken his place, with no friendly separated soldiers from prisoners, was other. He catches on an average 100 encircling bills.
clad mountain aide, set them on an In
eyes. But a sort of shame held him as close to her left hand, and the sentry fish a day. mostly small ones. Ten of storm sometimes sweep It; greHt
dia* am! connect their up|wr ends with
yet. and be kept aloof. Mqurice Frere'» at its padlocked door looked at her in these suffice for lite two simple meals waves roll, and people wbo have cross
a rough reservoir.
Pour n pall <»t
quiringly. She laid her Utt.'e hand on
greeting was short enough.
The other ninety are carefully
water Into this r- o rvolr nnd I here vs 11]
“Well. Sarah.” be said, "have you got bis big rough one, and opened her brown cleaned and stored away In great bar been deathly seasick on Lake Talme.
eyes at him.
be a wild rush of water down the
cut of your temper?"
Much Is Tahoe, a bright, clear, Iteautl-
"The hospital.” she said. “The doctor rels of brine kept In the cellar of tils | ful mountain aea; the remnant, per
day lined trough, while the nions mid
“What did you strike tbe man for?
sent me;” aud before he could answer
He did you no harm.”
grass lined one will drip for hours.
- haps, of that great. Inland, fresh-water
"He was out of his place.
What her white figure vanished down the cf fish stored away to last him through' sea which covered this region after the
It only needs a little Imagination to
business bad he to come aft? One batch, and passed roun»l tbe bulkbead, the winter be stops Ashing, as ba
convert this inacnlne Into a forest clad
thinks it te a sin to kill any creature, [ salt aea, of which Great Sult Lake is
must keep these wretches down, my behind which lay the sick man.
mounts In and one denuded of tlntlver.
! the last remnant, had passed away.
Though not so hot as in tbe prison, even a fl«h. except for food.
The cloudburst repA-sented by ths
"Or they will be too much for yon.
contents of the bucket suddenly pour
es? Do you think one man could capture
ble» and lierrles. Everythfng that he
ed Into the top reservoir Is only a
a ship. Mr. Maurice? AVhat could they ing to listen to the subdued hum of con needs te supplied front nature's "pork ple, ranging from the log cabin to the
dangerous cloud I »u rat on the barrel»
| mansion, and nowhere on this contl-
do against the soldiers? There are fifty versation coming from the soldiers' barrel.”
berths, turne»l strangely sick and giddy.
slope. By the use of thia simple de
| nent will one And more globe trotters
The $10 which he »pends annually
She drew herself up. however, and held
vice you can explain to a child tin- ab-
“You are a strange girl; I can't make out her hand to a man who came rapidly goes for tobacco, fish-hook» and cloth- than In the big hotels at Tahoe. The
solute necessity of preserving the for
you out. Come,” and be took her hand, across the misshapen shadows, thrown
ordinary traveler keeps to the beaten
e»ta upon the water sheds If wo
“tell me what you are really.”
paths, but at Tahoe one meets people
by the sulky swinging lantern to meet
“I-ady'a maid in the family of a gen- her. It waa a young soldier wbo hail
would have continuous running waler
Oysters Grow on Crab's Rack.
who have nosed about every corner
tlenian going abroad.”
and not the certainty of flood and
been that day sentry at the convict gang
A crab on the back of which Is n of the world; who are as familiar with
“Sarah, can't you be serious?"
drouths which are caused by the waler
cluster of growing young oysters was Yokohama and Calcutta aw they are —Chicago Inter Ocean
“I am serious. That was the adver
shovls In-lllg recklessly dentlvlcvl <>f tilli'
tisement I answered."
of all the lands beneath the aim. From cisco lias planned and plotted to pipe her. Itei-ri-ntloll.
“But I mean what you have been.
The tone of the sentence seemed to man and Is now on exhibition there. and hunted big game In German East there take our, and Join the boats that Its Icy flood down to the city, even as
You were not a lady's mild all your
Have you no friends?
What awaken and remind her of her errand In The crab I* of medium size and on Africa.
ply merrily across the moonlit waters Glasgow turned Locli Katrine, of the
Mi'llxsa I h n tall, Hix- liHikltiK colored
have you been?”
The globe trotter nt his cosmopolitan from fire to Are. At each one you piMd’s lay, Into a prosaic water supply
Its back the oysters, seven In the num
She looked up into the young man’s merrily as she dared, and laid her hand ber, the size of a quarter, have attach hotel, however, lias no more fun than will find a cheery welcome, stranger The California Legislature passes bills girl, nini Mr». <'umpion, with whom
M<'ll»»ii Ilve» n» cook, I» n »ninll, fnlr
face—a little less harsh at that moment
the camper In bls cabin. Thousands or no. and nt half of them some Im and Joint resolutions about It, and
Imlri.l woman. Tiu- ml»tr<*Mi enter
than it was wont to be—and, creeping to the roots of bis closely cropped hair. ed themselves and are flourishing.
promptu entertainment w 111 be In prog then the Nevada Legislature »alls Into tain» great ri'Hpcct fur Iter niiild » cull
"There, that's quite close enough.
Closer to him, whispered:
A Discriminating I n tr 11 fg;»*nce.
every summer. Their white tents en rens, In which you are hade to Join the fray, with the effect that lovely
Y'ou’re only a common soldier. Miles, and
“Do you love me. Maurice?"
miry power», ami Mvllaxit lulorea Mr»,
“Tbat'B a wonderfully Intelligent fold it like the vanguard of an army, and contribute your share. At no oth Tahoe still Iles limllxtiirbed among iii»r
He raised one of tbe little hands that you mustn't make love to me.”
rested on the taffrail, and, under cover
"I reckon I'» ilon* learned an awful
You're a lady, but I love yer, I do, aud
“AVhat can he do?”
of the darkness, kissed it
Four Track News.
lot alnce I come hynr to lib, Ml«»?
“You know I do," he said. "Yon you drives me wild with your tricks.”
“Why, he bit three bill colloctora
Compton," »ubi MfllxMit, trlumphnntly
"Hush, Miles! they'll bear you. Who
Hpontaneoue A ppi» use.
may be a lady's maid, or what you like,
last week."—Cleveland Plain Dealer.
A polltlenl orntor wn» n<ldre»»lng In one day. ”1'» done learned how to
but you are the loveliest woman I ever ii in the hospital?"
F.ngllHll ii club of Itnlliin voter». To Ills walk an' 'pear Je» like de qunllty folk»
“Well, 1 want to go In."
HiirprlMo and »ntl»factlon, hl» llatener» when I K,M'" "'ll- An' now you'» nil«
“Then, It you love me, what does It
“Don't ask me, tuiss. It's against or
pnld xtrlet attention mid applauded at lieu me tint handsome ynller pn'»ol, I
And we wonder now no more—
the proper place«, »houtlug "Viva!" 'Mpl-etM Hiiliin but dut lie first tlRie I
“If you loved tne, you would tell
Though we did at first—we have found,
me,” »aid he, with a quickyness which
and "Bravo!" repeah.lly. At the con- walk out umler It de nillil»ter'll »tep
thia is all the thanks I get for wasting
That the man is a bachelor.
cluaiou of nix »peeeh the orntor te- up to ....... in' he'll »ny, "Mcu»c me, but
“But I have nothing to tell, and I
»umc<l hl» »ent liealde the chairman, nm I »pelikin' to Ml»' Gen'ntl Coiiqe
again. Mr. Frere will let me go in, I —Cleveland Leader.
don't love you—yet.”
wblaperlnK Unit lie wn» delighted with ton?’ "
He let her hand fall with an Imps
“Go In if yer like; I won’t «top yer,
hl» reception mid had never apoken to
“There’s a fellow who makes light
(lent gesture; aud at that moment Blunt,
Mission of Miiatc,
a more Intelligent audience, "Ila ah!"
of his financial troubles.”
'? no longer, but remember what I’m doin’ of.”
She turned again at th« foot of th«
Music boxen mid blue llgnt lire two
replied the chairman, “Me tlx ali n
ladder, and came quickly back, “That’s
dnt! Me hoi’ up one a flnga, evera of the latent tilings In the line of
“Fine night. Mr. Frere.”
"Why, when bls bills come In he
a good lad. I knew you would not re-
“Yes. fine enough.”
man «ay-a 'Hurrah!' Me hol' up (won muienthetlen. The music boxes do not
Just then, from out of the rlolet haze fuse me;" ■ nd smiling at the poor lout
evera man nay n ’Viva!’ Me hoi’ reduce pnfn or render the patients In
strange ■he was befooling, »he passed into the
that hung over the horizon,
tip t’roe-n tlnga, event man I say a sensible, but, according to I’rof. Bed
glow of light broke.
Susie—Just think! Tom says there
'Bravo!' Me hoi' up whole-a hand, ard, of Geneva, they do tnke away
There was no lantern, and from ths Isn't a girl In town with a complexion
"Halloo!” cries Frere. -Did you see
evera mn-t nay a 'HI jl!' like one great certain III effects that often neeoinpnny
partially blocked stern windows came
that? A flash of light" tt
the uss ,of nnnesthellea. It Is n welt
Mo fix all a dnt!"
They ■trained their eye« to pierce only a dim vaporous light. The dull rip
Lucie—Isn't he the knocker?—Cleve
known fact Unit external Impreaalmis
ple of the water as the ship rocked on
through the obecurity.
received during the period of somno
"Best ■aw aoinethlng like It before the alow swell of the sea. made a mel land Leader.
lence have great bearing on the
dln.ier. There inuat be thunder io the ancholy sound, and the sick man's henry
Why He Is.
wur rm, Mlsther Casey, <'n»ey ’Tie dreams. From tills Prof. Bedard con
breathing seemed to fill the air. The
thot. If yo want to keep your liemi ceived the Idea of utilizing music. It
At that Instant a thin streak of light alight noise made by the opening door
rather a smart chap.
above wnther these days, yo can't let wan found that the music had n ten
*h»»t up. an-l then «link again. There rounsed him; he rose on his elbow an»l
th’ grass grow under your feet. dency to take away the disagreeable
was no mistaking it this time, and a began to mutter. Sarah Purfoy paused
BEAUTIFUL LAKE TAHOE.
simultaneous exclamation burst from all in the doorway to listen, but she could of bls new book are enough to make
excitation previous to the use of llm
>n deck. From out of the gloom which make nothing of the low, uneasy mur him smart.
A New York Judge says; "It la n chloroform or other nnnestetlc.
Sung over the horizon rose s column of muring. Raising her arm, conspicuous
While Germany has 0,600,000 worn- front of the biggest hostelry of all a breath of the frontier still blows good thing to let your wife bo boss. *1 1
awakening wax also found to be free
flame that lighted up the night for an by Its white sleeve In the gloom, she
en who earn their own living, Italy, mighty camp fire has, from time Im through it.
That’s right, Judge -take It philo from excitement. Chicago Pont.
fliatant, and then sunk, leaving a dull beckoned Miles.
"The lantern," she whispered—"bring with only one half the population, has memorial, glowed each summer night,
Tahoe Is two thirds In California sophically.—Clvelaml Plain Dealer.
/i-d spark upon the water.
Perfection Is not h I wiij ' m plcnsimt.
me the lantern.
and round Its crimson logs you will and one third In Nevada, and every
“It's a ship on fire!" cried Free».
He unhooked It from the rope where
It'a nn exceptionally poor rule that False teeth look like the Old 8 crutch
And all manner of clever and Inter two years there Is a biennial row
Six thousand people sleep in the open
it swung, and brought it toward her.
because they are perfect.
esting men, smoking and telling stories about It. For many a year Sun Fran refuses to work either way.
ffbsy looked again. Ths tiny spark At that moment the man in the bunk aat air In London every night
By MARCl-s CI.ARKH