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SUBDUING Cr TERROR. A One Position In Which Even the DOLCINO TO MARGARET. Brav-es- t of Men Quail. Ha would terrorize ; tne neighbors in a most outrageous me and, Cecel. I have loved you so long and so truly that all I desire Is to make you happy, no matter at what cost to myself. I will keep you prisoner no longer we must have a divorce." "O no; I never, never meant it. I did not know O Nell!" she sobbed. Incoherently. "You mean that you do not hate me?" he asked turning a pair of incredulous eyes toward her; "you mean that you do not wish for a divorce?" "No, no; unless you want to send ma away. I was never happy till I cam way, broke the "wide world's standing records In athletics every day; while In pugilistic circles he could wipe men in the dust, The world goes up and the world goes clown, And the sunshine follows the rain; And yesterday's sneer and yesterday's frown Can never come over again, Sweet wife. No, never come over again. For woman Is warm, tjiough man be, cold And the night will hallow the day: Till the heart which at even was weary and old Can rise in. the morning gay,SweeJ wife. To Its work 'in the morning jray. Charles Kinsley. CJ3 .nd show master tricks at fencing He laugh at every cut and thrust. ilew tigcr3 in th3 Jungle, and scalped aredsklns on the plain. He chased lions cross the mountains and harpooned He could break a mpon the main. "bucking broncho, yes, and rope a Texan steer; sling a bowleg knife or "hatchet, throw the boomerang or spear. In hairbreadth escapes he gloried, did this worthy son of Mars. And he'd lick his weight in wildcats kick them higher than the stars. Dut liis shoes were in his pocket and his lace was ghastly white; he was silent as' an oyster when he climbed the f HER MINIATURE " Ujr M'CY. VAI iH.N FOWI.KB Copyriyhtfd, 1o:i,by The Author Publishing Company I I I 1 wife to be sure, but more than that sje was not, and she must be free cs free as before her marriage he would tell her tell her now but, O heaven! what a sacrifice! "Cecel." She started to her feet with a cry, "O Neil, are you awake at last?" Her face was flushed with crying and tears stood in her eyes and dampened her cheeks. She had never called him by his Christian name before, and something like a thrill passed through his frame as he noted the change then something dropped to the floor, il was the miniature. He was sitting ,Mmm m e lu-- r i' Til FeVl-I!.ht- I ; d. :HMMlti--tlt'OM!- '. .,! : ir 1 t 1 I y no siring, and lheref."n r.n no winding. The "han'.t" are kept In motion by the :tlldi.ifr t lotts tt Inclined plane. Loa-rlo- tlmep'cre La III" M m, kill. "!Q w w m t. t'ttrr t fnll In Onr flay. t e brntoo .tiTnin Tabt-U- T TnVe !. . reT'le All tf.ji.rj il It I ail torn re. 'iTiC .lru;j;4',;,tlri Care cf Jewel. who hav jfwrji nhonld re that If tirq-jo'"are wettI 1'earls they are apt to loe r.!or. Tnemb'-- r should b exp'irf.J to lijrM and air a Lut r.nt to damp. much as -t ! ppvmuM oi to great Opais hat or trey may crack and fall from their setting; !or.'t forest this hn warming lur hands at the fire If you an oral ring. tappen to tesn!. "You shall not leave thia room until you give me that picture." upright In an instant, v.hile with a deep flush covering brow and neck she stooped hastily and picked it up. As she raised herself, her eyes encountered bis they were fierce and determined. He had forgotten his resolution to free her forgotten everything but the pain which, nearly stifled him and made him furiously angry at her now. "Give that to me!" he commanded. Instantly she straightened, her dark eyes looked coldly and calmly Into his. "Never!" she answered, briefly, and with heightened color, but no other Icrceptib!e fl?n of , agitation, she replaced the miniature in her bosom, and turned to h ave the room, lie stepped to the door and barred her way. "Voii shall not leave this room until you give me that picture." "Then I shall never' leave It," wi the reply. "I might take it; from you," he threatened. n (IUA "You may be a coward If you wish." Her words stung him to the quick; a dark flush mounted to his brow as he stood aside. "I besg jour pardon, Cecel; t am sorry that 1 no far forgot myself as to speak to yotrln such a manner. I hope that you will at least try to forgive me." She answered not a word, but with head erect walked past him and left the room. A minute later the dinner-bel- l .J, be made a rang. r It'.'. : the dining toilet and entered baty room to eat his meal In solitude, for Cecel was not there. Hunury as he wa, he noon finished the lonely repast, and found that it was quite late. He knew that he must pass a long, sleep-lenieht; it rotitd be wretched Utterly weary and despondent. enouch at bet; but this uncertainty ifowned In oblivion. ' It was evening mu?t be over, and he mu?t have aa hcn he awoke. He tried to recollect understanding with his wife that very how he ame to- be sleeping there at evening. Ascending the stairs, he such an four, when a suppressed sob tapped at the door of her dressing-room- . at the foot of th couch caused him to look In that direction. Tfcere, crouch"Come In," came faintly from the ed Mpon the f1fxr, was Cecel. Instant- other side. He entered." "Won't yoa ly the eretits of the morning came sit down?" she asked gently. A little surprised at the tone, he took crowding to Ms mind; but Instead of scorn or anger, he felt only pity for the chair she motioned to. "I suppose his wife. He determined that some-bow- . you wonder why I have Intruded In some way, she should be free; upon you," he began, "but, bebe deplsed thoe who sought divorces, lieve me, f do not wish to pain yow; all and never before had he been anle to I havr, to say all I wish to do Is for You cannot deny Imagine any case whkh might be con- your happiness. sidered pardonable; but It was differ- that I'oti are unhappy here that yon ent In their case; she was bis lawful love another ian, and that you hate I ;. . 'If 1 : I n CiioiM. i) f .n. '" " 'i'I x. : ' Papa Caret for Ladder. "And now," whlpred the lover, as lie caught her In his arms, "what aball we do about the topt ladder? We houldn t leave it banging there." "Don't worry about It," replied the damcpl. "Papa a!d he would pull it cp again, m we couldn't get back j i rhiladelpbia rress. Carpets ean be colofrd on the floor rHh I'UTNAM FADELK33 DYE3. Smallpox In Chicago. Out of 24? cases of amallpox la Chi-rr- o sent to the Isolation bospltalthla were unvacclnated year, eighty-ninchildren nnder achool age and fourteen of tbete died. e fering from a compliof cation kidney trgi-ble- s: Be- sides a bad back I had a great deal of trouble with the secretions, which weffl exceedingly variable, sometimes excea 6ive and at otker times scanty. The color was high, and passages were accompanied with a scalding sensation. Doan's Kidney Pills soon regulated the kidney secretions, making their color normal and banished the Inflammation' which caused the scalding I can rest well, my back la strong and sound and I feel much better In every way." For sale by all dealers, price 50 Foster-Milburcents pr 'box. Co., Y. N. buffalo, Even then, although It brought kind of gladness to his heart, her meaning did not dawn uron him. His gaze fell unconsciously upon a large picture, leaning against her dressing-table- . Gradually he became aware of a familiarity in the outlines, and looked at it more closely it was hla class picture; how did it come there? he wondered. Crossing the room ha picked it up; a prominent hole In the corner showed where the head of one of the students had beeu cut out and, lo! it was his own! He turned, inquiringly to his wife; . her head w'as thrown back among the cushions of the chair, and her hands were closped above it. She was watch ing him with flushed cheeks and shining eyes; the shawl had fallen away from her shoulders, and among the snowy laces at her breast somethlu.3 gleamed bright and yellow. In an instant he was by her side and bad it gently from Its hiding place. The color in her face deepened and her eyes danced mischievously, but she offered no resistance. One glance at tha miniature sufficed; the next moment he was on his knees by her side, with one arm thrown about her waist, while the other drew the bright head down till their lips met. "Forgive me, darling," he whispered. But she only wound her white arras around his neck, and laying his head upon her shoulder, let her eyes meet his. sen-Batlo- n . in r"i':iiliipMiiriwf Wcumm MOOT There la no satisfaction keener than being dry and comfortable when out in the horde&t storm. YOUARES'JE OF THIS IF YOU YEAB WATERPROOF r ILED CLOTHIN 9 MADE IM MACK OB YELLOW AND BACKED &Y OUB GUARANTE J I EC Eminent Knights of the Pencil Make Confessions. The late Phil May of Punch, of whose drawings Whistler said, "Black and white Is summed up In two words Phil May," visited this country during the World's Fair at Chicago. In New York he fell in with Frank whose illustrations chiefly depict bears and other animals. They first swore an eternal friendship and then proceeded to pass an agreeable night. Rather late May leaned over the table and said: "Verby, your bears are so charming by the way, how many bears have you probably drawn In your time?" "About three thousand," returned Verbeck proudly. "They are so charming that I suppose you must have gone out In the woods and made many studies from Ver-bec- ;. y Ky., Bays: "I was suf- I0l CANADIAN 1 I I c5.UrllTtB.W6Srfl.UW, ll ne miii not up ARTISTS AND THEIR MODELS. - :iro"-f;j!!- res " t de n 1 iff of Glasgow, left-han- d The Reverend Houghton flung down his pen and threw himself back In his chair, utterly weary and despondent. The Doctor's Statement. "It's all of no use," he said, aloud, "I St. John. Kan., Nov. 16. This town can deceive myself no longer; I have lias a genuine sensation In the case of neither heart nor Inclination for the .t little boy, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tilllam McBrlde. Dr. Limes, the at- work." Outside he could just see the girlish tending physician, says: of his half hidden In the figure a Kever of "Scarlet very malignant folds of a wife, hammock In which large type brought this child very near to she was reclining; then, as if she had death and when the fever left him he him, the words of a hymn she was semi paralyzed In the right leg heard was singing fell In apt reproof upon and right arm. He also lost hearing his ear. in his riht ear, and his mind was The sweet voice died away,-an- d an much affected. of sadness came over the expression "Ills parents tried another treatface, he had listened ment for a time and when I was re- bright upturned while breathlessly called I found that he was having loved her with a she sang, for he of feeling spells very like Epilepsy and was very amounting almost to depth and yet, idolatry; Lad and gradually growing worse. I was she his was as she although wife, advised the use of Dodd's Kidney Pills a to him. She had opposed stranger and In a short time the child began to their till the very day on Inside of a week the nerv- which marriage improve. It had ous spasms or epileptic seizures had no: knownbeen solemnized, but he it until the ceremony ceased altogether." was over then, with burning cheeks Mr. and Mrs. McDride have made a and sworn statement rf the facts and Pr. him dark, defiant eyes, she had told plainly that she hated him. 1 Jesse I.iires has added his sworn The revelation made, Cecel had atateirert saying that Dodd's Kidney swept scornfully out of the room, and t!? f.ti. i'l!ls and ruitliiris; H left her husband with his bright of love and happiness shatdream Faper Cloiki. Some eeifntlf,e has t?3 en It tered. Six months had passed, and In'o h! l eal to rsake t:s wear paper during all that time, they had lived overcoats. And why not? In the together as mere Grangers, treating lar?e cities of Jaran a wrt of mack- each other with rigid politeness when intosh made of ol'el paper rovts loss the demands of social life or church than ten cents. It Is worn by the, work required them to be present tocoolies who draw rickshaws In the gether at some entertainment or meot-insstreets. These- men. exiosed to ell As he sat looking at her now and . a"a:-onweir theeo!l? l paper cloaks noted the sad expression on her face, ptkI notwithstanding their corftTtly. he longed to go to her. but he dared 1nrroi-"IV!will a last c!.ea; ? they not Then straightening himself, he j'ear or more. took up his pen again, and resolved It- - 'Swrrnf! Sweet Towdrm for f h IM rrtk that for her sane he would persevere. untl y Mot tJrnr. riuma Before he began again he glanced once i f 'li 'Sn-tHome In New York, cure more at her, and started to his feet, i . I'ttd Mnrnmh, 'inii(.; .itn ..in. r. wiHi. rvnr ami tbe ior largo tears were standing In her Jkiw eyes, and she was trying to look litt.tr .y Worm. ( Ivcr t si! Pn i' "V. through their blinding brightness at a lur.lv Audi .A..s. (ilin-t-Ixltoy.N.Y. miniature which she held In her hand. He wondered vaguely whose It was, A n:!r.;;-ksblWrtch. and a spasm of jealousy smote him In o!., tf the chif watchmaking saw her prcs It passionately to ,: :i: f .ui in Zurich tl.'-rIs to as he and thn place It In her bosom. t.?r lips h a ri 4iat.aM curiosity In the He turned away the pen fell unheed1 v. clof-or way call making. The tira-::?In the ft.nu c.f a ball, ed from his hand, and his resolve was whlrh r.nv- -i lnr,j' rc t lt'y down an completely forgotten. In an agony of diepair he threw himself on a couch, v. !th.,-.jJncl'n.-- ! rolling. Th worn out as he was, from Ions of sleep len-t- b rf t;.;s Inr !:; mnfaco, which and a long nervous strain, his eyes l.i l e l;:o',f. ir.ng. F,t"ei accompli!. closed, and his troubles were gradually from ti v t h t'.om In twe nty f.rjr Thr-"I s.!!" th iioitr. only rwd li.'tins t th tep arraln. This extraor-.dlrar1-- 1 Mrs. Pare, wife of C. B. Pare, a promlne n t here." stairs at ni;?ht. Recipe for a Millionaire. " Cesare Lamforose, who has been studying American millionaires, gives the following as essential to the making of a millionaire in America: Quirk perception of the value of a deal, quick decision in making it, perfect mental equilibrium, thrift approaching to stinginess, absence of general culture. Insatiable thirst for profit, compara-ttlv- e honesty. HAPPY WOMEN Is ll 1 21 k, tUI" f Fergus Goalter MUSIC CO. I 1 S350 PIANOS FOR SI90 3 $50 ORGANS FOR $75 10.000 piaoca axtar Muaio ... . to ciNta pan cor t sano porn CATAiOauaa. Fergus Coaltsr Music Co., SALT LAKE CITY. m rtiiTTTTiiTTTTnnnnnnnnnnHTTnnnnHA cob. UTArt etDDiNCffirc COTTON ft IT JOKE WAS ON THACKERAY. Recoiled on the Novelist. Justin McCarthy saya that Thackeray often created erroneous Impressions of himself oy Indulging In Irony In the presence of people who were Incapable of understanding it One curious Instance which he gives Is this: "Thackeray had been dining at the Garrick, and was talking in the smoking room after dinner with various club acquaintances. One of them happening to have left his cigar cane at home, Thackeray, although disliking the man, who was a notorious offered him one of his cigars. The man accepted the cigar, but not findir.tr It to his liking had the bad taste to say to Thackeray: say, Tharkeray, you won't mind my saying that I don't think much of this cigar? Thackeray, no doubt Irritated at the man's ungraciousness and bearing In mind his tuft hunting predilections, quietly responded: 'You ought, my gmKl fellow, for it was given to me by a lord Instead, however, of detecting the Irony, the dolt Immediately attributed the remark to snobbishness on Thackeray's part and to the end of his day went about declaring that Thackeray had boasted that he had been given a clear by a lord!" d MrCONftHAY JEWELRY CO City U always lived in town. I never saw a live bear In my life. But your delightful street children, now; you've studied them at first hand, I'm sure." "Verby," answered May solemnly, "I never saw a street child. I always travel In a sedan chair, and with the curtains drawn. All my family are Dukes, except the ladles, who are more like what 'you might call Duchesses." Philadelphia Post. Rebuke to fffr r '!' plated a t et tor 25c.ten CJra-teirt. pe9t-an- the life." "Phil," replied the other, "I have ! V Tuft-Hunt- tuft-hunte- Tl . . 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