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THE TIMES-NEW- NEPIII. UTAH S, I had no thought but that I could escape. That thebe waters were for me the very face of death, sure and relentless, terrible and slow, did not ut once seize hold upon my heart. Frantically I sprang for the entrance on the cove. The floor of the cave was sloping and the water deepened swiftly as I advanced. Soon I was floundering to my knees, and on the Instant a great wave rushed in, drenching me to the waist, dazing nie with Its spray and uproar, and driving me back to the far end of the cave. With a dreadful hollow Bucking I stagsound the surge retreated. gered toward the. archway that was my only door to life. The water was deeper now, and swiftly came another fierce Inrush of the sea that drove me back. I fled to the far end of tho cave, but COPV Fai G"HT THE 30BBS MERR.IH. COMPANY the sea pursued me. Swiftly the water climbed It flung me against .the I was the opportunity of all others to wall, then dragged me back. explore It, unhampered by any one, clutched at the naked rock with bleed"MY LASSIE1" just Crusoe and I alone. In the fash ing fingers. Again, after a paroxysm during ion that left me freest to Indulge my Synopsis Jane Harding, respect which I had seemed to stand a great able and conservative old maid dreams. but never too old to think ot mar on and listen to my own shrieks, t waited until the Scotchman's back way with more money than rlag came to me a moment of calm. there , was saw If he Hlgrglesby-Brownebecause minded spinster. Miss safely turned, Into financing an expedl-tto- n me setting forth on this excursion he I knew that my one tenuous thread to hunt for burled treasure was quite certain to command me to of hope ley In launching myself Into Leeward island. Her niece, Virand .1 kad no Intention of sub that wild flood that was tearing return, to ginia Harding, undertaking stop the cove. I was not a strong frier, gets on the vessel and Is unmitting to his dictatorial ways and through but a swimmer, buoyant one. I might willingly carried along. By n suc was was how sure I not "Quite yet means concealing her distaste tor find refuge on some cessfully to defy him. the expedition and her contempt rock on the shores of the cove at for Its members, Virginia makes The retreating tide had left deep least I should perish In the open, in the acquaintance f the Honorable cosmos of a little pools behind, each the sunlight, not trapped like a desCuthbert Vane. with Talking fairy seaweeds and tiny scuttling Dugald Shaw, leader of the expedirat. And I began to fight my crabs and irlch and wonderful forms of perate tion, Virginia very frankly exto rd the opening. way acpresses her views, practically life which were' strange to m. Cru And then, a dreadful vision flashed cusing Shaw and the other memsoe 1 were and much interested, very bers of the party, Including a and lingered a good deal am the way. across my mind, weighted down my somewhat uncertain personage and a But we at last Captain Magnus, reached the great arch- feet like lead, choked back even theI shady Sharks "'financier," Hamilton H. Tu"bbs, ot Make Good Christmas Gifts. and with a suddenness cry from my frozen Hps. way, passed to defraud being in a The black cutting fin, the livid belly, which was cool Into a like plunge Jane Harding. 'on the Landing the dreadful no, no, jaws opening Black satlne Is substituted for satin loves a comfortable and water from the hot glare t the tropic Island Is a matter of some difficulty, Virginia tolng carried ashore sunshine into the green sliaflow of the better to die here, better the clean EVERYONE pillow, and the shops in square pillows, bound with black In the arms ot Cuthbert Vane. The embrace of the waters If indeed the are showing them In many attrac- nnd gold, fiat braid and decorated with, cavern. party gets settled. Miss Browne tive shapes and colors. The styles At the lower end, ."between two sharks did not come into the cave. tells about the treasure. Virginia flowers, cut from gay colAnd then I think I went quite mad. change In them, as In other things, nnd applique declares herself out of ft. The rock pav arches, a black, wafcer-'worored velvets. The flowers are outIs dead sailor's map 1s produced. Virit I to worth note those that are while remember tryln to climb up to the ing rang under one's feet. Further with lined small black and gold cord. ginia finds a. mysterious dog, "Cruin under the point S3ie floor of the ledjie which hung beetling fifteen feet popular Just now, because they are the In the small soe. Virginia visits the wreck of pictured pine neeAfterward my poor hands pillows that will be used for holiday dles are usedpillow cave was covered wKh white sand, above. the Island Queen. The dog saves for stuffing, and yarn will a be reand made showed how I And gifts, Virginia from advances by Capmany pillow All the great shudnvy place was murdesperately. flowers, In bright colors, for decoratain Magnus. member that once I slipped and went between now and Christmas. muring like a vast tion. In In the leads round shapes, pillow I wished I could .visit the place in clear under, and how I choked nnd Corded taffeta is the favorite pillow followed the pilIn salt square For popularity, the by water my strangled Ibe darkness. It would thrice as mysCHAPTER VII I. low nnd the roll pillow. There are covering and the cords are Inserted In was month open, always screaming, 10 terious, filled with llts hollow whis some oval models and an occasional varied ways. The taffeta Is gathered pering echoes, as in ithe day. From screaming continually. "Lassie, Lassie , , J" odd shape, like the small triangular at the center of the pillow and a big, And wtoen I saw the boat fighting its Two or thFee 'days later occurred :a the ledge far abewe :my head led off button mold conceals shown in the picture. Taffeta fiat pillow itnch Into was cave I Inch the way those In by crevices which narrow, teasing painful episode. The small unsuspectIs the favored material for coverings, the gathering, on round and square pil sure was a and it that that the vision, unrethree explorers 'did their ed genu of it ihad lain ambushed In both In and changeable weaves. lows. A round pillow, as pictured, Is a discourse of Air. ShaWs, delivered warded burrowing. T could see the only my own wild beseeching of him Brocadedplain in which a metallic fig- covered with plain blue taffeta, and a Bilk, to Dusave me had made the face of Bhortly after our arrival an "the 'Island, strands of a rope llndder lying coiled ure on a silk ground. Is used huge dnlsy, mnde of blue taffeta and appears, at the edge of the shelf, where It was gald Shaw'arise before my dying eyes. for the on the multifarious uses iof ;the eocoa-palsides of round and oblong pil- having Its petals lined with yellow tafwas Shaw still the men secured Dugald The mending He told :how the jutee from the by spikes. dragged having a puff of velvet, matching feta Is posed on It. when boat on the shore of the cove, and lows, :ia drawn 'down the ladder with a boat-hoounexpended flower-Fpathe- e in color, around the edges. There are, of course, dainty boudoir the silk this a was mocking phantom. off to form a potent toddy, so that they wanted to ascend. I looked about velwith slips mnde of fine cotton rose Rose brocade and with gold pillows where every parospect pleases man; may with a hope that perhaps they had left Only the warm human clasp of the black and gold, with black vel- fabrics and trimmed with embroidery arms that drew me Into the boat vet, and somewhere. Btill be vile. (Cookie, experimentally the boat-hoo- k vet, make the handsomest of these pil- nnd wash laces. These pillows are I found no boat-hoo51c. "Vanealso but Instead a rasde me believe in him. disposed, set small and are covered with silk. but other colors are used. lows, The "boat bobbed quietly in the eddy experimentally, 'sampled fhe ;resultS'0f spade, which had ben driven deep into 'Cookie's efforts. The liquor food mere-,l- y the sand and left, stoo .firmly Imbedded at the far end of the cave, while a wet, been allowed !to ferment, whereas for the tide to bear away. At once a soWiIng, choking heap dung to Du8 complicated process is neoessary if or burning hope that X mlone and unas- gald Straw. I clasped him about the the manufacture vt the true :arruck,: sisted, might bring to light the treas neck ;nrid would not let him go, for but enough had teen ncliieved to bring ure of the Bonny Lt.es seethed In my fear that I should find myself alone iBbout dire consequences for Cuthbert veins. I jerked the jpude loose and agaht, jerlshlng In the dark water. My head was on hls buenst, and he was. Vane, who had found Hie Ikjuld cool fell to iBnd refreshing, ttud was skeptical. J. now discovered tive great .truth that pressing back my wet hair with strong :about Its potency. digging for treasure is She .most thrill- and teniler hnnds. What was this he was saying? "My Aunt Jane took fhe mntttf very ing :and absorbing occupation known !hard, and rebuked the rfbnld mirth of to man. Time ceased no be, and the lassie, my little, little lassie !" And bk less incredible than this It Air. Tubbs. He had tto shed tears over weight ,of the damp and d iB "The wind seemed that of feathers. This was to feeL his cheek pressed, very devastating poena curled J)runkard's Home," before she would itumjHirary state of exaltation passed, gently, against my hair After a little my Iforglve 'h!m. Cookie made "his peace to be sure, and the sand got very (time 9y engaging to tote the prohibition heaxy, .and my back ached, ilntt still I bock to me. I stopped my senseless ticket .at the next election. dug. Crusoe began to fuss .about and childish crying, lifted my head and Mr. Shaw was disturbed over Cuth-tier- t, bmk. He came and tugged .at my tried to penk. I could only whisper, who was not at all 1nd, only skirt, (uttering an uneasy wliisse. lou cume, you camel" roeer and sleepy, and bad to be led "Of course I came I" he said husk"Be quiet, Crusoe!" I cotuiaunded, w.ay to slumber In retirement. Also, him with my spade. The ily. "There, don't tremble- so you are 1 It was exceptionally tide and madmetis of cite treasure-lus- t In my armsl"pbsmssed safe safe Mr. 'Shaw had counted in taking ad- me. I was After a while he lifted me Into the now, and my panting vantage of It to work hi the cave. hands luegan te feel like baseball taltts. stern and began to maneuver the boat Now (Cuthlert was laid up out of the cave. I suppose at another "Yu and 1 wBl have to tmnnnge by time I should have realized the peril urseVves, Magnus." of It. The fierce flow through the cr"Nottiing doing boat gwt to be archway allbut swamped us, the rent threatened to hurl us ngninst the patched iui go oat there airnhout It and get ttught !" gnowled the rnpfain. He had rocks, but 1 felt no fear. "Well, tnd a haikl. then. We win come to save me, and he would. AH be ready M the boret Inside om Ihour." at once, the dreadful shadow of the The cnptffbi hesitated quceKjK. His cavern was left behind, and the sun rch-ln- g wandering vvm seemed to be shine Immersed my chilled body like In every quarter for comtriUiIng a draught of wine. I lay huddled In d did Hast not At he (ftd. they the stern, my check upon my hand. that he tlrtivght he felt a tanrh as he rowed swiftly across the cove and - ,xv. ' of the sun, attC Kind derided to ftty " drove the bout uion the bench. ai.T for the afters! and mke his wnj Everybody but Co plain Magnus was voss the island. Kt fiW, fie wanted assembled there. Including Crusoe. vTm hoot wn tor-foT istid, thnt they hsJ jt Crusoe It was who bad given warning all been frightened way from the of my danger. Like a wise little dog, cove, but that with Uba glnss he had wW'ii I Ignored hU admonitions be had teen them from Lookout thickly about ra home, first bis uneasiness and the mber bay. Hats With Definite Lines. troubled barking had got no notice, Once .or twice the Scotehmun, worried "Very well," ald he Scotchmnn coldly. J suppose you moot suit yourby hlui fretfulseas, bad ordered hiia IT 13 hard to generalize about hass, front Olycerlned ostrich flues spring, since they are so endlessly varied. up about the brim edge and droop ovet self. I can get the boat In hVpe withaway. Then wross his preoccupied It appears thnt designers have as iu iiicre seems to be no room for Immind nWre flnslid a doubt. He laid out help, I dare soy." I saw him presd L pirations that no two of their brain provement In this derlgn. down lite tools bvI spoke to the ently looking In an annoyed jinf be alike; but they have Silver cloth nnd metallic silks liov fushlon after the vanishing figure Instavitly Crutoe dashed lot tba children shnll to certnln family re- an unnsfnllnbte prestige In the seaof the sailor. and crying with eager- - no objection semblances In them. In the group of son's modes and silver tissue Mr. Tubbs antf the umbrellas soort nrss. we discover the square crown of the bat drapes TJien Mr. .Shaw uswlerstood. at the He four hats Illustrated, disappeared Into the woods. I believe models and taste that good propriety left The brim of black velvet shows the search for Rill Halliwcll's tomb-aton- e snatched the nlnter of the boat and dictate may be worn by matrons old Itself clever enough for such fine com-pnn-y was no longer very actively purdragpd It dowo the beach. He was er women, who bava passed by the by being gracefully uneven In sued, and that he and Aunt Jane and by era of shoving off as Cookie, roused romantic millinery nnd reached width and notched at the fmn a Violet spent their time ensconced in a A Shriek Echoed Through ths Cava, Crusoe's harking, apiared from the head-wea- r. spray of ostrich flues springs from the seclusion ot his afternoon siesta. To that of brilliant nnd spirited nug little nook with hammocks snd nre The hats pictured both right side. cushions. I more than suspected Mr. but still I dug. Crusoe had erased to him were home the part- brilliant and spirited, yet they are all A very new turban of ann.l rnraA Tubbs of feeling that such a bird In Importune me; vaguely I was aware ing words: In black or quiet shades of color. has Jet sequins set above Its duvetyn the hand as Aunt Jane was worth many that he had Rot tired and run off. I "Virginia Harding to the cave--hot A little study of these models re brim and contrives a crown that sug doubloons In the bush. Hut In spite tolled on, pausing now and then for blankets may be drowning" have veals definite that they lines, gests the youthful tarn. A of uneasiness about the future, for the breath. I was leaning on my spade, i "And at dat," sold Cookie, relating which mode sponsors, along with monkey for redeems this bit of frivol present I rested secure In the certainty rather dejctedly considering the mod- bis part In the near tragedy with unc- a nltichthe fnmlly of bats ity, ine bincit hat at the bottom ol that they could not elope from the est excavation I had achieved, when tion, "1 Jes' natchully plumpod rlxlit that aremore numerous and soft In outline. the group, ought by virtue or it. t,n island, and that there was no one on I felt a little coo) splash at my feet. down on matt bones and wrestled with These arevnguo becoming to nearly every. to lead the rest. It is a It with authority to metamorphose Dropping my spade I whirled around de Lawd In prayah." Kapoicoq the not but best one, choice shape, covered with velvet and always and a shriek echoed through the Aunt Jane Into Mrs. Hamilton II. decot who for finds more the vi 1 saw matron, cove as with It rated into the dark Iteads. Theso pouring Tubbs. In like or the trlcorn Insidious as shapes, vacity of torrent the wood, large as small peas, and art The waters of the cove had receded returning Virginia fiad a diary oa tho Napoleon, or In the several styles in pui on in loops. The trimming l Islaad Qins, ntll a fringe of rocks under the high tide. Itusslnn turbans. The at the turban, How had I forgotten It, that deadly wrapped by ornaments at each side. land of the point, usually covered, hsd Is of over the group, top brimming Wen left bnre. I had watched the thing, muttering to itself out there, (TO MB CONTlLKU.) with style, and Is a special dlsrxuisa- emergence of their Mark Jagged sur- ready to spring back like sn unleashed Hon of this season for the benefit of faces for some time before It occurred beast J Crusoe had warned me and Mors Than Ever Then. wearers. It Is mnde of black Hew are of the man wjio knows It matronly to me Hint thpy offered a means of tlxn he bad forsaken me, and 1 m and has a brilliant rhlnestone velvet, ecccm tn fhe rave. The enve place nlmie. It If nil. (ecinlly hflpeiti to be your ornament dwigllng from Its pointed ff fiiwli'nilpn nri'l mystery I Here And yet at first, wild as my ter- - If. HoKtMi Ti nnrrl t. ror was, somehow ax are made at Home "v' ;NVON - : silk-cover- k TREES PLANTED IN STREETS In Congested Centers They Have Bean Sacrificed to Alleged Interests of Business. (Prepared by the United States Department of Agriculture.) One of the characters In an early-da- y American romance of the time then the "stamp act" was causing all kinds of trouble Is recorded as declaring that New Xork never would be a real business city because Broadway and Maiden Lane were lined with trees. The Vun Vrooms, the Stuyve- sants, the Artavelts, nnd other early settlers of the country saved fine trees about their homes, on the village greens, along the country roads, and In the fields. But one will see no trees nowadays on Broadway, and Maiden Lane has been transformed refrom the pleasant, gion of Dutch homes with flower gardens into the busiest wholesale Jewelry district In America, If not In the world. Beauty and comfort gave way to the inroads of commerce, not only In New York but In most of America's great cities, so that today trees in a business street nre a rare sight. There are villages In New Engtowns In New land ; maple-shadt- d York and the Ohio val.'ey, and there streets to be seen In the are oak-tre- e southeastern states, but for the most part this refers only to small towns or cities never to the congested centers of population where they should have been preserved. Washington, the national capital, is one of the exceptions, and even there the plantings were not always wisely arranged. The tree growth In the streets of the average American town or city is ragged and unkempt In appearance, while that of the suburb or small village often Is not much better, unless the planting has been done under municipal control, nnd the plantings on a street have been confined to a single kind of tree. The telegraph, the telephone, the electric light, and the trolley car have added their share toward the mutilation or destruction of the good trees that were In existence at the time of their coming. Faulty methods of pruning have caused disfigurement and ruin. "Success follows the careful planting of good trees which are glr'flh adequate tree-border- elra-shad- k, DIGNIFIED MILLINERY WITH DEFINITE LINES 'Close-pucke- self-contr- iM: ; thrwi-fceiiin- xv it -- r''l imm-fl)le- J. it puz-'Kle- ant-mn- rocks,-borfcjn- -- g (nth , Narrow Upright Trees (Lombardy Poplars) on a Narrow Street in" Washington, D. C. protection and timely attention," says Farmers' Bulletin 1200, Planting and Care of Street Trees, Just Issued by ' the United Slates Department of Agriculture. "Every tree should to Its proper form whll young, so that severe pruning wlift0 be necessary later. Gunrds arMce snrv. too. for Rpvornl n f "To the mutilation of , nevj Mm. , , i iuK nun uwii nuueu tluJdestrlctlrfl ol many trees In centtTs of business they excluded a little light, oi made the store less prominent, or were some.what in the way of using me siaewniu for merchandise."' The bulletin Insists that providing shade on city streets is as much a municipal function as providing lights or sidewalks and should, therefore, be cared for by public ofllcIuU. Probably the most efficient way of arranging for proper supervision, it suys, is through an unpaid commission of three or five members which In turn employs an executive officer. Methods of orgnnlEution are" described, and numerous Illustrations show bow trees should be planted. There are chap, ters also describing pruning, spraying, transplanting, and other subjects ot Importance to every town or city whether It hss trees or wishes to have them. The bulletin may be had free upon aitllcatlon to the Division of Publications, United States Department ot Agriculture, Washington, D, C . Material From Mexico. Sixty per cent of nil the asphalttc materials used In the United States for road building Is Imported from Mexico. Money for Lincoln Highway. A total of $31,384,320 has been spent for Improving the Lincoln Highway during the past seven years. Most Important Road. The most important piece of road U build Is that piece that runs from year farm to town. .