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H i THE 1 provo .HERALD ED .THE GREEN :THAT WALKED Jealousy and the Car r- - " L OONSIDINE By JOHN Grace was young arid ing that the thing could hear and see), beautiful Golden hair; blue opened the jbonnet with decision, and fresfi complexion,, buxom figure; hammered on he hapless engine. in- Itejlsy .MiM - BheWasevej wcuffl have dose excellently for tbe heroine of a modern novel, externally; but ook itrlthin.Sfiewaa irej-- honest and pboiesome-mlndeoandalmost 4jt convenleatljr:canffldrTTnat,M roler: Everything demjr her for-theh felt orr did warthorough; and; although, doubtless, she possessed one, she. waa never reminded that she had . . a liver. .r"Z T Shp had ever been; content with, life Be found it; ' but content Is ' hot . - quit4 the same as happiness, tike all healthy girls she waa 20 she had al- Then, with a hatpin she punctured the --r tires. Having done this a feeling of ocn- tent took possession of her; hot,'"lf must be admitted, unmixed , with alarm at which might ensue when tbe y r e t " -- ty rJf .t discovered - .waysr her black deed. mi 1, ' 7f Iff S - I'arafoji sjievpiedJftLandi hewhole heartedlyreciprocatedL JieeaffecUoB. Content was changed into radiant hap-- ; plnesa. j There waa M Beedtorralt . - i He ing!:i,bw 1 - With such strongtackleone-cou- W lake certain liberties with a. fish, how ever Targe: o.torclng his head to th boat' every time he attempted a similar cruise. I cslnedthe mastery ow IhijniJififotgLZO .mlnirtw had pausedA difflenpy now iireRSited Hselt in huge masses of floating seaweed, into which 1 feared the fish might run and break me. So on Mac's advice, we - iorced her paragon could never baye.1.And the wretch, whoever: he provi faithless;, he had told her so. ..II roay.be., has spept a good at least smashing the poor old machine. , is oify 'those" who 'havefneveknown rwho an urmur, What oonfrenBe!" , If he's done it to plte me, the man's a half-hou- r i - ( I V.'. 1 . u-o- r--, jJ- 44- - e NalJ Vanconver-lsIandrTtndTIaT- -- r - . i . - . 4 ( ; - I - OBtrary.-ThsiT)iec- y . . y " -- 1 go lectBwardrenCampbellrRlverfcnt ih. njattersjn lentyofjfoiaqf-lOiotown- -t pdrchase ca'r" We speculated 'on hiB weight, which d to hhj own car as "she. and little fear of the sport the everybody hotel scales, whose accuracy " we A A nnU.mIm .i-J- l.: hardly believe it of, herself; but, to this "rTTTgmiled. You sleep on that, you may have sne naa a strong oDjecuon ixuaeai4a-4he-prohlbitioiro- world." She ., eiin with, polnt.-Taereis:- .3 ing and "glanced, .hitting . Kozlowskl, hallucinations" The captain looked at Guard No.. 1 in dismay. Hitherto he had regarded this man as one of his sanest and T steadiest subordinates; . 'Tell me about It," he commanded. There's nothing' to. It,' ' much, that .every afternoon a patch ot graB8outthere in the alfalfa field to. move slowly toward the south. At first I thought It wsb the. bay breeze rolling through the grass, but I recollected, Its v wave was then towariTthe bay." Besides, It seemed to metbat this ftrass inat nicked itself up in a patch and moved along, Independent of the gt&aaaround." "Does this movement always start from the sanyj point?" j "No; each day U beginB a little . further south." L 'imjjw .v rr"Hum! A little closer to the south a little closer lo the bay, that is. At ' . ; any regular time?'Brought Papa's Body Home, with Ms.""" " " ;:WhyT I hadn't thoughtof thatYes f T let me see. Yes, I believe It was at the same time each afternoon. From pinning him to the ground and crush- half-patwo- - to three, say." ing. bis chest." The father retained The cantata, glanced at Ws watch 300:35 how.' be saldC J'Do you Doy. to run tor neip. i ne youngster ran two miles before finding some one " see. anything ?'.', The guard peered' long and caxe-- - to go with him, and when a rescue ' party arrived in the timber the fafully to the southward. ' was dead. ther "It's he pt Yes, sir," v responded. The tree waa so large that it could, me again the grass mpves." not behoved and had to be cut with Whefe?" Inquired th captalnr The guard pointed , to a spot near axea before the body- - could be freed For some reason, no one would ac where the alfalfa field met the fence-- . line. - Sure enough, aa it seemea to me company the little son home, so he captain,ar; patch of green- ,- probably, loaded the Corpse on Kozlowskl's , six feet In length and three In width, sleigh and took the body. home, alone. was making speedyj?rogress Jnthe Jheaotr--k new nothing Tjf lllo"accT" dentrantll the- - weeping boy drove into direction of the fence, t: r -the from captain's the farmyard with his father's body. Take aimJLshot hp's. "Can you hit It?" , LYNX TUMBLES UPON BOY The guard raised his rifle, but 'with Bhaklftg nan4at'"rT"1'V- - 7'777 Animal Shot by Hunter In the other, Ferocious. "Let me have-- it ' ' Nick with a scornful rist"r nwinirt :j) Betsy-coul- I it i : I -- , - : " - 1"nertf bouse.- - When he went out there wag accompanied by his sonr A huge tree struck a stump in fall- - st i.did "i -- he - 1 -- 1 r - lhe . ir ra, -- ia-th- . r KozlQWskU-Jl-jr-e&- be-gi- -- ' Charley 7 ex-ce- sbdrewards towards the shingly heach below the graveyard, where absence of weed and gravelly sand gave hopes of a safe termination of the contest The gallant tyee, how- - - Nolh lug else could she think of that fool; he's only given me the joy of i could possibly comer between her and buying ,a. , new car." blisai and she mentally crowed, . ft 'Wby didn't you tell me before V she asked, with as much composure as ieveffshowed every dlsInclinaUon" toH I ' face the shallow water, as he seemed 'L .... honeyjaooalwaiover.Betsy she could muster. .&--to know by Instinct that therein nad f "oylJtJBi-sbat-waa-jnor- ei ,;."Well, I've "put the police on his wasi ot ashamed to say so. They had track, and thought It might alarm ?T fWC CA7W :.ss& LB. danger lay. The nearer we got to the land the stronger he seemed to get. in ner you to feel I've got an enemy; who sufpiace uiuwpa Campbell river empties- - into the and it was only by using such strength husband's car. ' Though .. perfect,, he fers, from vindictiveneas. But there's fatal- - ecase waB f ne tbose monsters bred of the no cause tpi worry, dear; they'll soon channel between Valdez island and ajKQuld "have-be-en Ideal of a river salmon and great care that -T llnd blmf.-'-fshe ' ddr ; And then she piae for catching the great tyee. The I at last forced him into such a posi Betsys was thd mosTohliging of girls, fe"OrAher. tides at Campbellvrlyerr are a very vte tion that I could spring ashore. Now ; .. fell to weeping. and, it must not be forgotten, adored her husband." Sh' had stnuteled- - to He cursed himself for having told rious factor in the calculations of vi each successive rush became fainter. jngl.erii.Xot Uu cJi45ibtweetH and"thT; greatesCback and tail Thad cultife ja deep Jnterest In motors in her so much, and tried to comfort her. ltng -Valdez island and Vancouver island, at ever handled began to show up.- For general, jnd,4he:jnjotor4npartieu this less than three miles wide, one moment he heeled over on his side point kfter JUiishe sai(L4Iwas jealous a month, she was bound to But, " admit she had failed; and so" fond baa the whole flood of the Pacific pour of because were and gave us bur first view of the fish. you tbe'car, one of being the few' who cannot" put a feeling In of it, and because you called it 'she.' " ing through.- Much? scheming nasi "He's 60 pounds if an ounce," I cried, ' therefore to be devised to cheat the trembling with excitement, :r the window of which they have not a She ended with a sob. v tides from the tWiHow;:hoteI"Bp to Tbe a reason, didn't strike him as 'All that," quoth the laconic Mac largeJstock within, this grieved her not Vriver mouth, a wearisome Campbell sameJ have he'd but one, felt good the The end soon came. The gallant t "alittje. hv5:of and: half, jnhpuld: thft fighter rolled into shallower and shat It Wasn't that the narazon desired If she'd had no raason at .all. e.: of "Good-bto ears " he3saldL2S'll current-b- f Ipwer 'water and found It harder and understand the car's "innards;" water Is fish a for nearly always good never have another. But you mustn't harder to righ t his weakened bedyr v on th,e contrary, he was not a prude, or two; but as a rule boats are In a - "Now go for him, Mac," I cried. No but he shared the opinion of many mind, Betsy, if I take your clocks to to of water the reach best the hnrry must with sooner said than done; the boatman men,that .a girl with a truly mechani- pieces sometimes. - . I " - . .tinker opposite theactuaLmoutb of the riverr cal. ntind js ailmoBtMndecenUy.wnmald- - something." rnTfrknees71naae faintojtbeeii lierlmme-dfa,telTiis cream of the" fishing s ;;-she kissedriiim. two, shocking" attempt a with the gaff off the sand bar that big pro' Buj, in spite of this he discussed mo--r "I've got the best husband in the and&aallyfimergftd drlpplng,-butt- rl mm . FIVE MiLES. -- ilhe-ash- - . .1. ... itable tyee and a big one an enemy in the world, but I must BhV knew AH &Ltl&H ' .: " ACCi? PARENT, "-- "Several;"- - then he laughed. CODY OF k . 'r eidedlyTioiT-demMt:- ffef V iaj, . f'.. -- A sjnoemkmi Day8.wenLbyfcand jnt . e n thoughts. At last-,- she feft. she nuBt efcepuoaaijyttractlTOanflrrim; menaely: wealthy m&tu sJartjthevsubJecJfcsS " - Tnjike the . many, she was how going 'You've not motored much t lately. to realize this ambition; nor did her -- . bub vcuiuieu. godf fortune end here she loved this . "No," he said. 'The iobWak'Jild.. -- I' . ,K WITHOUT "AID" old, getiOy removed a coarse covering from ' the countenance of his' father. exposing the bruised face to the gaze of the weeping, wife and mother. , Xoreoi Kozlowskl was farmer who resided 18 Tnlltss north or this"1 city. - he - was felling trees on a small timber "plat owned by himself. . . The plat Is five miles from Kozlow--skl- 's fact-IsA-an- paragon returned;' It was not long before he came home. Truth to tell, he was never long " ' away from her. : . , was in his Nothing greetlacking ing; but then, of course, he had not Trrt vlli W : FATEEil Ey pity, Mich. "There wasb't any- one to help, so f brought papa's body : home with me.'"" And . E- AND DRIVES "Not exactly that, captain. It's my eye's; I've been seeing things. ' 7 The captain of the guard eyed the - . man sharply. Been, . drinking?" ,j'No, sir.' "It's not that no pink rata nor blue monkeys, nor anything of that sort. Tbe here - he d lowered his voice to the level of a confidential 'whisper although the nearest man was tbe guard on Post No., li: three-scoryards away, "I've been seeing the grass walk." the captain. .'.'What's that?"-snappe-d "It's a fact, sir. I didn't pay so much attention to it at flrBt, but now that it's happened three times, I'm begin that my eyes are going nlng else- that I'm getting back on mej--or beautl-ful4ver- y EST- - E3-- DllitALLyjlULEO, again." 1 eF PUTS 4Jup)TlaSl, by bhoruury iuU. C'Ol "Captain," said tbe man on Post No. 13. "I'd like to be relieved. A couple of weeks' rest might put ' me right ' By D. C. Burgess 1 eywsj EB COY 1 . .1 "rr . - ried of-Tl- m Steeling his neryes, the guard tbe with a spoon may not Spokane, Wash. George Anderson, The grass was stilL ''r"T-Theaptalnranj:db- w fishing- in the channel is rigidly .enIs one ever If but of of Latah, Wash be a the class the thing sure, but sport, highest .needees to say, drove it recklessly. morning; forced. The sole danger. feared act e : to R aa I'll I have allude another, near flsh the life of Floyd without saved of'piavlig-TthIs, Spokane, as not She a coward, but life was too arflpbefrrTverduth is frdmiithe doobt, great fun. I am not blase. and towara it. negaraiess oi possiois vV 12 . years of a hy, you sTfly child, there's only Stone, age,bykllling Sod Fne rlstedat every sharp cor- - TL' misses of floating kelp or seaweed into and, the guard followed. Ar- rynxwhlch-wa- s reprim I - ner; so she chose staying at home one 'She' in the world." have .' the. though 'plenty caught j)lJalnaon aboutjto jittack which these monster. fishhave every . , r s.vi " more happy avepOiriiiotrthe 'offlcraooped-to- py after springing from a tree. The desper-.InoIIioOifolrrQwTriw and examine, an ingenious lift, animal measured four and a half feet - alely till he returned. "T"' lm!fnt " v 'Persuasion. weed is of such a nature that whenl ?ne .flftifl??w" tt consisted of two layers of from noseno tail. - Anderson and his , to eatch a bigger one and then stop His leisure time was "spent in Unker- the "PP in nervous ail- fouled It is an even hance against a but who ever does? There is Dr, A. is a bearf jUoungiompanloniad spenttbeday on always burlap sacking He .Joved her none the lees; she ments. In hisspecialist most successful cases fisherman --recovering any' part of his a j tng. is' one and the result of their That the still. worst bigger knew that to her comfort; but the JefL-thfrom this, the trail, e "persuasion". Jias played "an Important tackle. The first evening, we or the best of man's ambition. We beet filled with loam, and the hills and in" the' 1 scoutlngover timeandN attention some hotefwidnrowed away from role. hundred yards always create a fresh ideal after each planted wheat, T the greeny blades, ravines was that of forever' Frank.Txas evidently silencing. ier she grudged. Tbe : thing had a had opportunity-to- . Imbibe his father's clear of the banks of seaweed In the ' "' had forced their way' through the the howls of three achievement. ' coyotes. main ody - certainly, but no bouI what is Here line let the out of up-the interstices tideway. views on theJHefflcacy of persuasion, " : harm could it have? ' Turning tbelr faces toward home an A : fo 20 yards,, and you froUjiorthward of cloth. ' Prv A. to the piece which, per contends, appeals .hour before dusk the hunters had prowith Faint Praise. - For a Damning -time said she ;1 long nothing highest psychic functions,. While the captain surveyed with adP ceeded a short distance when Ander-- " Kto:khow - hOw about this growing feeling. She tried fihinr1M.,ni5 .f;. was only few mornings ago that rhirftjh miration It undisguised tbls novel garb son's three lox bounds bayed and was getting along or to see her own foolishness, knowing it Mrs. .'A, overheard an altercation in atfd. As .the evening falls and the spring, Haymow, Jr., Hvlng green4 ine form of its de- started off on a. trail. The older huntin the" big metropolis, Haymow, Sr.. was there, but failed. , in stripes with shaven er examined the tracks and his' exman a the. kitchen between Master Frank tlioe of feeding ofapproaches generally signer, thither one from rural his day repaired the tide at low wa: Like everything kept to oneself its and the Irish cook, Mary's voice rose about the turn his Jeet. fr'- habitat and sought information of his head,l.ay.;at perience told him that they were made development was abnormal, juhtil she in louder protestations. Mrs. A. has ter, a little Urmy of iwash canoes push with 'And beside the body, stricken since established ,fn the a lynx only a few minutes before brother, long by out .-, from the was bound to admit ttot its name was tened to the. scene, and arrived Just silently village, and, vain regret,- knelt, Guard No. 13e :' J dogs. ifiok'JhB-scen- t. tl city. rl ;i in timeo seeheopn; seize conveni-en- t forming a line, row rapidly up and , "Wal,". said Haymow, SrTfwbat do first I ever killed? he muttered ' After the dogs the went and on The ' 1 stream down the from a to the ' village .her husband. He . Then she .told broom and threaten Mary,dumbly. "May God forgive me!" you hear about Ebenezer?'' teaching the top of a rise they caught' course ne aid. . Could a : "Why, Frank," she exclaimed in hot beacon at the mouth 'of the river. Here iaugnea-r-o- i I of the hounds and: sawdust understand." remarked "Oh, the sight restunder the floating man, however fond, understand such a rifted amazement, "what are you do tbqi tyee In Austria. Dissase Nsw ahead" of them the big lynx. The 5!that be unclS. youn g hopeful's l4n' and If the lure is properly presentiment? Could a man, be he ever so me?" A Vienna COnspondent of the Pall new his valuable in Job." escape, from his close quarters,--tofish .t to moment the the of a womloving, comprehend But Frank ;.was equal to the occa sented to a lone pine tree, ana" when. the Mall Gazette' tells Bf flhewlnfecrlous ; o hare feeding-time- , sure-tis the : : angler "jy an's feelings? yf sion "I'm just trying to persuade "Moreover, J understand that - the disease among children In lower Ausdogs reached Its base he had climbed .thevenlngJ- He spent less" tlme"over tlie car, Mary yfo'r some! angel cake "- - he ex- at leastjpne run boss simply can't do withdut him." to which the doctors have given a limb 50 feet above.. The lynx crept tria, Two days of convinced . me thinking to please her; but "she knew plained in a matter of fact way,,; "How you- talkl" " r"-out on the" limb' aftd made a spring for. Jhe,Impr44H his motive; and war sorry she had If this treatment may not have ap mat- - someimng waswrongwiinjny nvssssilini' : Iated Into plain language this means the bov. ; j. pealed to Mary's highest psychic func children's splnatnparatyBlgr TBeTTTrlt Catching sight of thebeastJj!.st.Aft- She grew to hate, 'the sight of .the tions, it at any..rate tickled hear from the same solurcgj cleared the concealing branches An- iunityMisitlnrheirdlahllagf Symptom U. a high fevOTt followed. by:ir Information-o-nlndxlitIng-tsommotor, and. she did that which she bo. of humor. FrankainedJii8j!Qiii severe headache, sickness and vomit lderson quickly brought bis rifle to his Sr.,- - stroked his Haymow, beard, 1 the sbject-o- f lures from the Indians. shoulder andpiilIed the irigger. The j ing.' and sometluieH also accompanied Model Public Servant,! In 1907 the chief attraction had been -It she.". called tally who told you all this by convulsions or" cramp. The next lynx, half way down In its lofty leap,, ?'By"the way. a large lead spoon polished on one bov and knocked htm down." about Ebenezer?" he inquired. r: stage is parslysIsreltUer of the whole Etruck-lh- e has Just celebrated her Charlotte, but had been Vt, side; iduaT iimB& bound to dlctiveness.was follow. Uz; (wwi to save The todyerlnaif birthday. She las been guccessf alwita 4bisartiflce,"theTl- For ihe4rst time in hep rif: Betsy seventy-eights?75!b ocvaoluuttl'iy Uks a iiausyciBe i being torn by the beast in its dying a Hint. for In 38 "the "postal service ...jum o develbpedeWelnrhe' was eaaitv " direction, the right arm and left leg struggles. He lound that, any such as a telegraph operator and fleM epoon. bought two of them Mud Sllngers. The "tateHrjand,when the motor was men- - beglnjalng being affected. The disease does not Intervention was unnecessary, as the - Clarence difficult to assistant postmaster.1 In response to rrom a local store and got an Indian tlonedshe felt well,-it'a Mrs, At appear to be fatal. Frequently acom- - lynx waBr Btone dead with a .bullet dinner Mackay a petition signed by almost every in- to lash on with string a siwash-heo; explain but the feeling was rather discussed Its hum t: the Treeent plete- - recoyy habitant of Charlotte, President Grant of apprpved pattern. . With, this bait in. New, Twk like Impending combustion. ' adaress wherein - she hadi sionallytne umns, mainjn-- a --weaa snffraglstl appointe.het4)ostniater-4iM875r-tt and I to resolved: ;; retorted upon President "Roosevelt condition. of eommtnr Rugby Church Ghost Is Laid. , 2 Sljehadj,. sood-Iuw ' eense,and decided she -- needed ra office Is said to be a model of neat go and "buck Jhe Ode." that : cMIdjielp her- - children Columbus," IncL The prolific Bource tbatlvpman ness and her accounts always accurate against the. heavy stream ' Bruct's Mother more by entering intelligently Into pf news at II uKby. this cou n ty baa change. .She told her husband they to the lastnsentrzSne "has" never had were still ashore andj waiting for the politics: than : by. Standhas been knocked in the head, as was ; must go away somewherefor a bit." " home examining iThe inspector performlnLit a clerk and she superintends one snb home;1 on as" a the somewhat jnenlal duties pf tbe ard I-- and Alt the class had been spe"Very well, dear," be replied. "What station and two carriers, besides atS p.. m. I bad seen day at r each- - night. In the old master: their do yon. say to running down to Brigh- beforehand light told bright by cially tending te an extensive money order three "or four big tyee leaping' at a ' - ton In- the car, and then- 1s there room for woman in poli- "Don't answer unless you are almost church tower has .been laid, and more business and: the regular duties of point well out In opposite tics?? said Mrs. - JLsJthfe-pltThe light comes from the She InI.rupte;OTJir.r Mackay, with almlle. certain your answer Is correct, . . the old Indian .graveyard. Mac, my of Joseh AVolf," a-- few rods ana "I think I've, changed my mind; postmaster. to snare for resident tnere toom is ies, iRiorjti guide, . said he could Work" the- boat Ave'H. .stop at home." er. FotJnslance:. - ' "Norn , telLmfsaid Jhe Inapector, iaway:anI shines or some tin in the Houses Built of Meerachautn. there for a short timer lCuhdet3he -- - '"What a fool I am," thought Betsy. as the mother of our great belfry of the church. : This causes a husband. "4JYour la he The town of Vallecas, Spain, is "abroad, "Lo ir blazing afternoon sun we set out amid not.! I Bald "With 'everything ty make me happy,- the other to Scottish wife the hero, Robert Brucef ot built light to be seen in the- - belfry every meerschaum. the solemd wai day entirely ting of other more to the top bo? vtben ftlght the lamps are lighted at the V, of"a and yet letting this ridiculous Jeal- - Vallecas has on Its ' outskirts great western' He mayors pointed fishermen that ? wejfere ? Yes,' said she.. Jlle is taking a round the class. There was no an- Wolf home; ousy" jfor so she now called quarries at a meerschaum too coarse of hard work for course ir.loT of heart" of "Vme the between me for ihe mud baths in. tbe Pyrenees.' swer; loud to herself) and 8 meerschaum-buil- t Has Mad Tussle with Bull. ,'' and happiness.'" ' "Tor rheumatism?' said I. 9 leacher of that .class leaped with Joy. town la t,he- result an 'Ivory; ,- Pa. tne But . salmon i are . the ways oi - At last . Lancasterwas Bepjamln Shickley who said she. She smUcd Tbe boy "'Oh, tio,' standing at the very pian entered her head; It white, town that shines, in .tbe' Spaa--4 was attacked by a bull he was taking' ypttN,pften take a fish was ' too daring to put Into Immediate ish. sun.- In Morocco meerschaum Is strange, and 'He's just training,' she explained, fort bad held up bis band. ' ' when' mil , louk. to a butcher,, but in his contest with things unpropltious. said the She concouldn't weigh the 'for the approaching municipal: cam; action. ;. t"WelL my boy", so plentiful that thejruse It, when soft Inspector With infinite toll Mae bucked the Ode. ". the animal be won. was she?" "who ," paign. encouragingly, for soap.. It gives sequences, for she could' form no Idea " ' ' r and after half aa hour's labor against The bull was tied behind his wagon! what they" might be; but.she had to ."Please, sir,- Mrs. Bruce. cleansing Jlfltherrtkdls-chehr- , a tldr succeeded In- reaching . ; In the act of giving him more rope the, Dodging Observation. wait for her most courageous frame in Asia . Minor, supplies the phla Inquirer. I marlr64- - We had scarcethe had "Do you mean la say you are going spot bull attacked him, knocked "him down mind, and her husband's absence. . worid'St meerschaurav There are !,000 it arrived . when my rod was almost back to the bicycle '' and one of the horns pierced his fdre ' 7 Ho--" , They Changed. . BotlC in time came simultaneously, mlnestlqirge andfemalV i thee, - and ly torV from my': hand.' tNo. cohpe hai . "Yes," answered the speed maniac. 'and she went ;forthv armed with r a 8,000 Kurd" and Persian meerschaum Ashley Do you have much variety ficad, but made only a flesh wound. over 4he The bull y hamme to do the deed. She wished miners work day and night In them. itrength like this even In; ai tideway; "The police are so busy watching in your boarding house? a : one minute of strain, in which my .that, a man1 on a bicycle " Sci'Biour WelT, we havethree dif- frozen, grpund, but after a severe tus she could hate laid, hands.bg a.plQka. The meerschaum comes - from the- - md Hardy rod lelf "all loo' weak, ought to be able to scorch as much ferent hames for the meals. sle the man succeeded In 'getting the She "crept., quietly into the motor earth yellow, and turns white after ten me I convlnce'd that had a of hold V6 he sa . chooses these bull wcurely tied." , i ; days." house (she couldn't get rid of the feel-- days', bleaching in the mZZ.J.J--.--- LifconmrOTeis-ei- H Jnind-about-i- tm Tyee-flshin- g - - Betsy-was-on- toe i , l fired. T pioneer-preside- 1 - ce 4 e. " . -- '' -- . loosely-guarde- 1 d . 4iJnr a..t '-- -- - "Jealou6y.;rt:5;;g; t - . . j. - sea-war- -- e, -- Q -- - one-ha- ok lf . I -- . - inrt ; i U.XZtt,: - - her-een- se e 1 - -- . bIghIy--aUsfled":- rr Thlsasiklaraiee dtn-ln- 1908-non- w e h rtiiWrrh;j -- :. s - k '. . : 1 nd Is;-ro- wlien-other- s - jt 5 evening-TTinTCohilaj- ;" -:lh- e-previous ' horse-mald- -- - mid-strea- y- i - i -- - st - .lt-io- ut : pipe-maki- Then-atH- ng, ast -' " -- s gay-ly- - and-fre- - sh , "plen-tlful;arid- L "' - r: - six-kn- . - -- - rolled-Shlckle- , . y, . - "