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JUAB COUNTY TIMES, NEPHI..UTAH THE nEfWTipf NIGHT WSMKlf w WESr A STORY OF THE GREAT NORTH V MM Oy VINGIE E.ROE ILLUSTRATIONS 6y Af (OAFsfcS oy eooa, mead and compahy copy?Tvr 8YNOP8IS. fillets of Pally' lumber rump direct ktmriKi-- r to the cutnp. Waltt-- r Bunilry introdutua hlinm-l- f to John Dully, Ha "thu Dlllinifworth Lumlwr Co. r most of It." He niaki-with the camp and the work he lina come from the feJuHt to am) nuike uiTfHBful. Ha writes to lila futher tliat he hitenda to Ret a handful of the wealth In the uncut timber of the region. He fives Hilda yr riiilasltin to rlile Hliick Dolt Ida aaddle liorao. In an he to the foreman that lie tioi-not nrovesJudKment. 8iltts telle him of the Preacher lie that Hlleti bimiH (he vlun of the Hlleta tribe of Indiana and wnndera what her surname, la. In the flush of a tender moment he rails her "the Night Wind In the fines" and kisses her. fnre-ma- n. n u-- CHAPTER VIII. A Newcomer Among the Pinet. Ono day soon aftor the men returned with word of the raft's safe delivery Into the hands of Captain Oraftz. San-drworking over his books In the little olllce. beard a strange voice without. "Oh, no," It was saying In fresh, meet accepts and the very tone said East "You need not wait I'm going to stay. If this Is the oflico. or headquarters of this place, I'll And whoever Is In charge. Just put my trunk on that pile of timber. Ue careful! Oh, do be careful! That rage contains my typewriter, and It's more precious than gold! what do There that's right. Now. owe you?" Tuere'was an answer and the clink of money, and Sundry rose just as the office door opened. It was the East that confronted him. Fifth avenue itself, the whole Inimitable metropolis rellned into one woman. "I must beg a thousand pardons," he said, ber clear bluo eyes raised to I Ills face, "and a lot of indulgence want to be taken in. Do you think anyone in this delightful place will do It?" "The whole camp will fight for the prtvijpge." promised Sandry rashly, falljbjg in instantly with ber bantering ton o, and responding to the frankness of hf smile. Me watched ber sit down .gracefully in the chair that be hurriedWith the first ly pulled forward. glimpse of ber the old nostalgia bad rvtprned upon him and bis heart clamored for home. "Vou arj from New York," be said I imply. "Yes. And I suppose I must explain at once. You westerners are so Insistent on masons. My name U Poppy Ordway and I am of that unfortunate and much criticized species, the woman with a Ufa work." The smile she turned upon him was electric, full of that beady quality which Is distinctive of the vital woman, the woman of strong and excitable passions; It appealed to Sandry In tantly, so that a thrill of gladness ran through him to bis very finger tips. "I have .written a few short stories which have been well received In the eastern magazines, but they fall to satisfy me I have my first novel drafted, and It is over there on your lumber pile along with my precious typewriter. It Is a tale of tbe lumber regionand I've come out to work on the ground. you think I ran find sanctuary T" "We'll so that you do," said pleasantly, "and you couldn't bave truck a better a pot for local color anywhere In the Northwest We are elemental here, right down to tbe primiare swamped with 'attive, and You Just come along to mosphere.' Ma Daily," he promised, already using tbe tone of hall fellow which their common nativity and ber frank manner had established between them. Hungrily be watched her gather up her skirts and precede him up the little path to the) cook shark, where Ma Dally was already standing In the door to take Inventory. Every little movement was so familiar, so potent in Its ucgentkm of home. lightly, the stranger stepped up on the porch and smiled at the white haired old woman "Ma Daily." said Sandry he bad long since lost the sense of resentment at tbe family atmosphere of the ramp "this Is Miss Ordwsy of New York famous author and she has corn new book. Luckily Went to write be struck us in her search for local color ( an we lake ber In?" Ma Daily looked at the visitor sharply and Sandry saw a scarce perceptible change pass over her cheery features. The vital blue eyes of tbe younger woman gave back the scrutiny with perfect openness. "I'lean do. Mrs. iHtily," she said in her sweet voice. "Please, please da." "Don't know," said Ma slowly; "there ain't any room." "Ill abdicate." put in Fandry quirk ly; "she may have my room and 1 11 put up a cot in fhe office." Just at that moment Filetx came In at the west door and, crossing the big room, stood looking tit upon the group on tbe porch. Her dark eyes rested first with a fleeting glance on Bandry and then she saw the other She drd not speak b'jt leaned against ?th door jamb drinking In this appa ltion In the little i that fell .presently she turned t the old lady "Yea, rnotfctr," she said softly. "jJwaso a" The stranger flashed a brilliant glance at her, and with an Inimitably pretty gesture reached out a gloved hand and patted her arm, bare under the rolled-usleeve. "Mr. Sandry," called John Daily, , "will ye come standing on tbe down here a mlnnlt?" "Sllotz," said Ma, when the glittering guest had been shut away In Sundry's lit tlo south room, "what for do you want we should keep ber?" "Why I don't know, mother," said the girl simply, "only she's too beautiful to let go. She looks like tbe sun on snow." "Yes. Yes, I think she does." returned Ma Inscrutably, "and's about aa cold and false." Aa Sandry Joined his foreman he saw that something had ruffled the usually . placid temper of the slow giant. "What's the matter?" he asked. "Hampden of the Yella Pines Is in the ofllco," said Dally sharply, "an' from his looks he's got sometbln' nasty up bis sleeve." "Oh. yes Hampden he's one of tbe owners, iBn't he?" The two men walked bark to the office and found, seated In the swing chair, with bis feet on Sandry's desk, a short, square man with a face and manner which set Sandry on edgo at the first glance. They both bespoke a to the point of nature pride, a crafty shrewdness that bad been eminently successful and an adamantine hardness of purpose. "Ah. Mr. Sandry," be aald, taking bis feet from the tabte with Insulting slowness, "I'm Hampden of tbe Yella Pines and I come over on little matter o' business." Sandry bowed. "Glad to know you. Mr. Hampden." be aald civilly, though tbe memory of tbe damaged rollway came suddenly up before him, biasing bla appraisement of tbe man. "And I might as well get It over with, fir It's bound to be against the grain a bit" Aa he spoke, a smile that wan meant to be Insolently apologetic tut succeeded only In being clumsy, creased bis weathered face, drawing bra small, sharp eyes Into narrow sllte. "Yesf" aald Sandry coldly. "It's about that track o' stum page you're eilashln' your log trail acrost" "Yes?" aald Sandry again. "What about Oe tract? It Isnl good and we're leaving It Intend to ." cross It rnd cut Into the East There was a slight tone of satisfaction In his voice, for the Fast Belt stumpagi was a tittle the best iblng in all Itls msgnlftcent timber country, and the eyes of the Yellow Pines people had been on it enviously for years, according to John Daily. "Jus so. Jus' so." said Hampden, "only I'm afraid we'll have to stop your operations. Mr. Sandry. The fact is. we've just bought this tract, an' foot-log- ap-ria- lly t "-- la r" ill it 5 i' With a Face and Manner Which Set Sandry en Edge. as it comprises two hundred and fifty acres, an' Is In the form of a narrow strip runnin' north an" south. It will effectually keep you out o' the Last Belt unless, o' course, you should buy It of us." For a moment Sandry regarded the speaker In mild astonishment "You must be mistaken. Mr. Damp den," he said; "all the'stumpage for five miles north and east Is our property, with options on every privsteiy owned section for another seven mile In both directions And this trsct you speak of lies within mile and a half of ramp. Yon are suffering ander hallucination." Fandry smiled coldly. "If you wi'I take the trouble to look up tbe records In In state land office at Salem." relumed Hampden smooth ly. "you'll frd Ihst I'm In my riebt mind, alt rlhl. This here track has been duly filed on under the home1-stealaw by rme T. J. O'Connel, and sold by hire last week to the Yella Pines Lumber company. Now, asy young Easterner, you can't run yer acrost our land." Hampden rose, his little eyes shining with savage triumph. Sandry rose also. "I'll neither take the trouble to go to 8alom nor pay the least attention to your threats," be said, and bis manner was coolly unconcerned, "and I should advise that you get this company out of your bead as quickly as possible. And now good day." He turned, as If tbe interview were at an end, and seated himself at the desk from which Hampdon bad just risen. "Hy gosh, you'd better!" said the other with a snap of bis heavy Jaws as he strode past Daily and out of tbe open door. "An", by God, we will!" This last came in tbe deep boom of the foreman, who was watching the departing lumberman with tbe bitter enmity of years of fighting. "Now, what do you think of that?" asked Sandry In profound disgust "Just what I've thought of blm for years damned spectacular blufll" log-tra- CHAPTER IX. Hampden and the East Belt of business and the pleasant moiling over the whole old city of New York with Miss Ordway, Sandry forgot all about Hampden' In the next few days. Ma Dally bad nothing to say, keeping a grim silence, which Sandry noticed. As for Slleu. she followed ber with fascinated eyes whenever Bhe appeared. Miss Ordway did not eat with the men. Her mornings were given up entirely to the clicking of the typewriter In tbe seclusion of tbe little room, and she emerged after the noon hour, ate with Ma Dally and Siletz, and Invariably took a short walk in tbe afternoon. In the evenings Sandry came in. and they sat in the empty eating room, discussing with a common knowledge that seemed to shut tbem apart together, the things of the great world. At such times Slleti listened In quiet eagerness, ber dark face aglow and her eyes like mysterious pools In tbe shadow of her heavy balr. That week there were several arri, resvals at Daily's camp ponsible-looking business men from Portland; and before they left. Sandry bad landed such an order for logs as plunged the camp into the hardest work, longest hours and highest over time it bad ever known. Also be sent out word to Toledo that he bad use for all tbe men be could lay bands on. An extra crew was put to building the log trail up through the slashed opening to the East Belt and activity characterized the hills. Tbe incessant shrill toots of the donkey, the scream and cough of Its fussy labors, the rumble and clatter of tbe log train, began to be music In Sandry's ears, and tbe letter be wrote to his fstber became brighter, filled with the exhilaration of accomplishIn the press out-aid- e lieve anything you say set mo up a totem pole or attend Sunday school at Toledo. Only forget It. By George, what a head of hair! If I were a woman I'd give a thousand dollars tor It!" He lifted the rope and weighed It critically. "Why, what for?' asked Siletz, her eyes still solemn. "To bave it, of course. You're dreadfully unsophisticated.. Come along." And swinging the mall sack he turned toward camp. Siletz came silently at his heels, falling In behind with a certain instiuct, and Sandry bad an unpleasant suggestion of wilderness processions be had seen entering Toledo, enlivened by brilliant hues and canine adjuncts. He turned whimsically for a look at the rear. Coosnah brought it up with a faithfulness to detail that was convincing. At the western door of the cook-shac- k they were met by Miss Ordway, blooming like a hothouse plant behind plate glass, an Incongruous element in her belted dress of light broadcloth. She leaned In the doorway with inimitable grace, an Immaculate hand on either side. "Tbe wild huntress!" she smiled at Siletz. "No," said the girl, '4 never hunt I love the deer best in the fern." "Yes?" said Miss Ordway curiously. and Sandry, kicking the clinging earth from hia caulked boots, saw the divining spirit of the writer probing this elemental nature. "Why? Wouldn't you be proud of an antlered head with the mark of your skill between the eyes?" Siletz flung out a hand in a quick gesture. "Oh, no, no I could never do it Unless," she finished, still in that earnest manner, "someone 1 loved were starving. Then 1 could." Sandry looked at the two sweet faces, one so lovely In its smiling, amused alertness, the other so abandoned to the feeling her own words bad stirred, and a deep admiration for both filled blm. "Wild to tbe wild," be said under hi breath. "What are you, little S'letzT I wonder If I'll ever know?" "S'letz," broke In tbe foreman, passing In bis lumbering fashion, "the Preacher's comin'. 1 beard today he' been seen a couple times once cross-in-' the Big Slough below the bridge, an' once in tbe hills." For the first time since be bad known this girl with ber varied nature, Sandry saw the swift lighting of girlish excitement in her face a she flashed around at Daily. "Oh!" she cried gladly, "how soon will be be here, I wonder?" "Don't know." "That's strange," be aald uneasily. "Are these all the records, Dally? Has anything ever been destroyed? I can find nothing bearing on this piece of land, and yet the statement turned over to me by Frazer distinctly says that everything from the southwest section comer here at the camp within a radius of five miles north and east belongs to us, with numbers, and all data. What does this Hampden mean, and what sort of a tract la this strip? I see no mention made of it." "No that strip was part of the East Belt. The company bought It four year ago from a busted speculator, who sold 'em first the north stumpage an' then this at a sacrifice price. That's why Hampden's always ben so sore over it He wanted it himself. Stafford, tbe speculator's name was. A smooth man from the East. There was some hitch about titles specially about this here strip, an' tbe deal bung fire for some time an' Hampden danced a war dance, be was so blame anxious to knock It, but old Frazer beat blm to It an' won out. Finally It was settled an' the strip come under the East Belt deed." "Oh, I see!" said Sandry, shifting a sheaf of papers. "Here It la Well, that's a relief. And now tor this M later Hampden." But Hampden was for himself and with a vengeance. That evening Sandry met Siletz across the little meadow back of the camp, where be bad gone for tbe mail sack, left swinging on the forked stick set up beside tbe county road. "Been up on the ridge?" he asked, vexed that It should take a slight ef- - 'Jit III '!" ' well-clad- 1 3 (TO BE CONTINUED.) Began a Systematic Search for Word ef the Narrow Tract LENDING A HELPING HAND fort to keep bla voice to tbe common- Teamster Cave Handcrrt Pusher a place. This girl in her natural aetting "Lift" That Wu Something to always took him out of tbe everyday, Da Appreciated. affected him like a play with lowered lights, soft music and alien scenes. Here !i an Interesting street scene, "Yes." she said dreamily, falling In- drawn by a writer: to tbe whimsical speech that only es The handcart was of a familiar sort ment ber when she stood apart on the a pair of high wheel with a long a For day or two the work went caped or listened to the pines, "It came platform of slat resting on tbe axle forward finely and the new logs of tbe hill, and a crossbar at one end for a hanfresh-laitrail gleamed white against tonight" "If?" dle. A roan stand behind tbe crossthe green of the mountain. Then Colhad gone a little way to meet bar and breast it to propel tbe velins, sent Into the uncut Umber ahead herSandry and the camp was shut from sight hicle. blaze for refurther operations, to a of by spruce, new growth and clump Tbe handcart was piled high with double-quicturned to tbe works in low branched. bli bags filled with waste paper a time. "Yes the light Oh, the great llghU cumbersome, heavy load that would "Jcbn," be aald to tbe foreman, for none of the men would award Sandry sunred and gold and purple. When the bave been bard to handle anywhere, through Just at the last and was doubly troublesome going up the right of consultation unless It was And breaks I know the ocean Is under It-the slope from Nassau street to Broadunavoidable, even yet, so distinct and and purple, too, like the hills. way. The handcart marr bad to bend was their aversion to tbe deep-rooteover the bar and push with all hi day 111 see It" Easterner and bis rawness; "John, Some "You picture these things, don't might to keep tbe toad moving at alL I bey's a new homesteader's shack set you?" he said, "the things you have Coming up behind blm was a driver tin' sqtisre acrost the trail." never seen the sea and the cities and wltb an empty truck, drawn by a pair "The belt you say! Hampden!" outside world?" of big horses. When ihe driver saw The logger nodded. The purport of tbe"Y'es 1 know them all my 'way, what wa abead, he started up hi Hampden's visit hsd been freely Sometimes I don't think 1 want to aee team a little and skillfuly set the end spread In the camp. them tn their way tbe real way. Tbey of the pole square in the middle of turned to Dally Sandry. might not be so beautiful. The Preach the rearmost bag on the handcart, "Tbey s a new cabin settln acrost er says the glories of the world are a where he could push to the greatest our trail up In the track between of the Devil. But I don't think so purpose without disturbing the lostd. here'n the East Kelt Mr. Sandry. Let's lure It don't seem as If God would make Thus the horse began to push the go up an' tske a look at It" be said. "I guess Hamrn'a puahln' bis bluff." things beautiful and let Ihe Devil bave handcart up the MIL All tbe handcart man had to do was With a surge of anger Sandry them to ruin people with and God turned sbrupfly. and tbe two men made all things. And we are his best to stand up, hold on to tbe handlebar, and keep tbe handcart straight The things." truck up the new trail. guided by the friendly "Ill have to settle that man. Dally," "You believe that?" asked Sandry, big horses, driver, were doing tbe pushing; and said the owner; "has he been doing with an odd note In his voice. "Believo it?" said the girl wonder-Ingly- . so, easily enough, the man got bis load such things ever since tbe two comup tbe rest of tbe slope and round to "Of course. Don't you?" panies bsve been rivals?" "Well If been a long while since the easy level of Broadway. New "Pretty much. Sometimes we've York Sun. o-- n uoin em, rfiumn uauy grits I've believed anything." near was to The blm now, the girl ly. Sandry laughed. British 8f Equation, "Well, you Westerners believe In dreamy look of ber eye dissipated In There are more women than men In fixing things first hand, anyway, which amazement "You're lost!" she said simply. "Tbe tbe t'nlted Kingdom of Great Britain helps some." Fsr up In the hesvy timber they Preacher would say o even Wahloo- - and Ireland. Consequently, as a memah would say so, and old Kolawmle!" ber of the bouse of lords pointed out came Into a small natural clearing "Wahloowab Kolawmie? Wbo are In debate, to grant the parliamentary some 2"fl feet In extent set like a franchise to women In the British tbey?" hole amid the solid bilk of the Islands "would mean the handing over me ssw woman Indian "The you a was In center i the pinea. of the country and of the empire to a In an old shake-roofed- , and to old. the talking glade without tiny log shack, doors or windows, the very least a man of the Siletz. He who believes female electorate, which was a perilman might do in grudging compliance nothing will be punished by the Great ous step lo take." Still, considering with the homestead law. They looked Spirit even as the preacher says In the fighting qualities of the militant sister wbo want to vote, the empire at It from all sides, noticed a few bis wsy. And the Bible." That sudden mist In ber eyes might be In safe hands If it came to biases on the nearest trees, read a an armed encounter with a foreign clumsily executed trespass notice, and touched Sandry, "And o you would have me believe, foe. However, tbe argument wa efreturned to ramp. "And as with our big contract with little Sletz?" be asked gently. Tbe fective, for the lords defeated tbe the Portland Lumber mills!" said San- mist bad thickened under the heavy woman suffrage bill which was before dry. "I begin to aee. Dally, you lasbea, and a look of distress was on them by a vote of 104 lo CO. gather out ten men and go up and her fac where every emotion bared Reasonable Advance. take that shack to pieces just as quick Itself In unguarded Innocence to tbe an you know how. Don't leave a observer. There Is a young author In Balti"Oh. dear heaven!" she breathed, more who I determined lo achieve trace. Bring the timbers away and start felling from that end to meet tbe "yes oh, yes, you must! Why you fame !n the writing line If It lake would you would" but she could get his whole life. trail." Accordingly, he I As Ihe foreman went among the no further with tbe appalling thought. even willing lo defray Ihe cost of "And you?" probed Sandry curious- putting on the market the numerous men picking his crew, Sandry turned novels he write from year to year. down across the slouch toward tbe . ly. "Hav you visions of the soul's and punishment? Are you bound On Ihe occasion of bis last visit Once settled at his desk, he took out the records of the lulling worth for celestial peace?" to bl publisher, however, be wa "Yes." she said solemnly, "I must somewhat vexeI. a rather unusual company and heran a srstematic search for word of tbe narrow tract of save my soul, though I lose the whole thing for hlra. "Why." sked hu, "da hill and limber between the camp and world." yon charge me more this time thaa The majestic Bible language cast before?" the fine fast Helt "Well," said Ihe publisher, with fh When lally returned at quitting over the man a feeling of smallness utmost frsnkness, "the compoattort time to report the derno!ition of Ihe and he dropped his eyes. "All light. 8'letz," he said, smooth- were constantly failing a rep ntei rahia and the start of the new cutting, " Vti-ar'sHarpef he had found nothing. ing the braid In hi fingers. "I ll be your last oovel k blue of-fij- d a Everyone Should Drink Hot Water in the Morning Wash away all the stomach, er, and bowel poison before breakfast liv- To feel your best day In and day out to feel clean inside; no sour bile to coat your tongue and sicken your breath or dull your bead; no constipation, bilious attack, ick headache, cold, rheumatism or gassy, acid atom ach, you must bathe on the inside like This 1 vastly you bathe outside. mora important because the ekln pore do not absorb impurities Into the blood, while the bowel pores do, ay a physician. To keep these poison and toxlna well flushed from the stomach, liver, and bowels, drink before kidney breakfast each day, a glass of hot water with a teaspoonful of limestone phosphate In It This will cleanse, purify and freshen the entire alimentary tract, before putting mora food Into the stomach. Get a quarter pound of limestone phosphate from your druggist or at the store. It 1 inexpensive and almost tasteless, except a sourish tinge which 1 not unpleasant Drink phosphated hot water every morning to rid your system of these vile poison and toxin; also to prevent tholr formation. To feel like young folk feel; Ilk you felt before your blood, nerve and muscles became saturated with an accumulation of body poison, begin this treatment and above all, keep It upt A soap and hot water act on tbe skin, cleansing, sweetening and purifying, so limestone phosphate and hot water before breakfast, act on the stomach liver, kidney and bowel. Adv. well-know- n 6ome husbands would do almost anything to render their wive unspeakably happy. Throw Off Colds and Prevent Grip. a fla ausilnc on. tax LAX t"" of MuoMti ouiNisa. it i riva and yULSiKsV ,ld. t.rip onirtm o 'IHumo B. W UUUVM bui. Hbo. Whfn A- n-'- 8 signature A Sign. "Is your alBter at borne. Bobble?" , "I think she la; I heard her aay she wasn't expecting you," Judge. Leaa Reason to Be. you aorry now that fou bit Willie Jones? Bobby I ain't half aa sorry aa b Father Aren't la. FRECKLES Kow I tfee Ttsna to Get Kid of Tboae la' opou. of Thera'a no longer Uis slightest a tho ssaaaoolhlnof your frscki. tiling double airvncth lo prescription to rtnevs tbs Rim-- lr spots fusrsntd an ounr of othlno doublo Simply from your druggisf. and apply o tfrng!h llttls of It night and morning and yoo a tho worst hould pmr s ihst ssvo begun to dtsppar. while th frrsls lighter nes hsvo vanished entirely. It Is seldom ihst mors than ono ounco la needed to completely near iho skin and gala a beautiful :lear completion- He sure to aalt for Ihe doublo strength tlhin. aa this Is sold under ausrsnleo of money back If It falls to ramoro f rot ales. ct kit. Just Before th Battle. Her Husband Do you know, dear, that I found my first gray balr thl morning? His Wife Oh, give It to me. Job, and I'll keep It a a souvenir to remember you by. Her Husband What' the matter with me keeping It to remember you byT HI Wife Wretch! I've a mind to go home to my mother Her Husband good Huh! No such lurk. What the Doctor Knows UdNETS MUST EE RIGHT INSURE HEALTH TO Few people reslira to what evtent Iheh? health depends spoa th condition of tbs t kiJ.TCjs. The rnraieian In nearly all cane of se-- l riows illneoa, make a chemjc analysis! of the patient s Brine. He knows that leaa the kidneya are doing their work' prnperly. the other orpins cannot readily be brought back to health and strength. When the kidneys art tieeteeted or ahoaed io any way. serious rvwnlta are aire to follow. Therefore, it Is particularly oeeeeasry lo pay more attention to the health of thc important otgnn. An ideal herbal eomponnd at ha hsd a a kvlnry rrmwdy is reinsrlitle Dr. Kilmer's wamp Iloot. The mi'd snd healing inlloeneo n this prepuratton, in moat rases, is aooa rest-trand according to swora statement verified te!imnf of those who have card tbe remedy. When yrmr kidney reoniro sttetition, get Pwsmp Koet at one frwa any phr-rrnfIt ia sold 1 v every druggist io bottle of two sireo 50e and $1.00. However, if you wiah fret this send ten cents to Ir. reit preparation, Kilmr ft f'o, Hnehamon, N. for s asmtile httSe. When writing be sure and Bientioa this paper, Adv, s y. tet What Did H stape.t? For nearly an hour the satesmaa had hern dilating on the marvels of the motor car he was trying to selL "And the price of the car is 75t," the customer murmured thoughtfully. "Does that Include everything?" "Yen f,h, no, of course, tbe tampfl are extra." "Lamps extra!" said the custom harfly. "F.ot they are shown In the Olnst ration." "My dear sir, bo I a very beautiful woman," said the aalesmsa smoothly; "hut w do not giv a lady with aver car!"