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...... WW Ginger EuM: : ..... v : ........... . by Ethel Hueston . opntcK r Bobtx lfwriii c. Illuitrationa by Irwin Myer$ WlTOIanlos II CHAPTER VI 12 Life Is no bower of roses for the schemer of schemes. Glleo Tolllver was 001. the flrst to make thai discov-ery In actual experience. There could be no possible question but that she had figured the family future along the most pleasant as well ar profit-able lines, and yet It grew Increasing-l-difficult to hold her recalcitrant subjects to the designated stars. Take Miriam, the sensible twin, for In-stance, frlvollng awsy the precious hours of her life out at Pay Dirt In the company of a mere can grocer. And It was not merely thai she did those things, she enjoyed the doing. That was the painful side of the situ-ation. ' And there was Marjory. Hlrpm Uuckwortb remuioed a pleasant and comradely member of the household, cheerfully paying ten of his Qfteen dollars Into the general coffer every week, and obviously counting this not so much hardship ss a privilege. Miss Jenkins llk'd blm. Mr. Tolllver liked htm, the members of the church liked him. All the young daughters of alt the Influential members developed a Strang assiduity along lines of re-ligious activity. On the surfuce, things seemed to progress with a sweet serenity which should have been highly satisfactory to everybody con-cerned. ' But Ginger Ella, casting about her with keen eyes that saw everything, and keeo mind that suspected even more, knew Intuitive)? that all was pleasant old living room and waited for the coming of the committee. They want that last two thousand raised." said their father, smiling, "and so do L But 1 am sure the peo-ple will contribute it of the own free will, In gratitude 00 the day of tbe dedication.1' ' Presently came Joplln Westbary, alone. III at ease, but obviously a man with bis mind made op. "Well, Brother Tolllver," be said, "it's good to see you again. Ton are looking better. Eyes any stronger?" "I think so, yea, 1 am sure of It 1 feel much better. What hour waa ap-pointed for the meeting? Isn't 'tbe rest of the committee la let "Well, as a matter of fact the rest of the committee la not coming. Broth er Dawes was called out of town on business late this afternoon, and Brother Macklen Is In bed with an attack of acme Indigestion. Not that I believe a word of It myself. They just backed out that's all." "Is the meeting postponed, then?" "Well, no. Tou see, I was tbe chair-man anyhow, and 1 can do as well without the committee. We'll just have it out by ourselves." The girls rose quickly. "Well run upstairs If you will excuse us." said Miriam, "No, don't go," said Joplln West-bur- y quickly, evidently not at all de-siring to be left aloue wttb his gentle, unseeing pastor. "Tou stay right here. It's a family matter, as you might say, and we'll just bnve It ail right out In the open.'- - ' 1 . Mr. Tolllver sat very still, a rigid figure against the faded blue velvet of the big chair, bis bead tent for ward. iimemil the stricken minister. "No. Ellen, Iff not your father's church, It's not our church. It's God's." Ginger wilted suddenly. "Tea." she assented. "Tea, of course. I wish we could let God run It" "Ellen," reproved ber father gently. "I'm sorry -- I didn't meanr-- " she stammered nervously. "Yes, never mind. We know you meant nothing wrong. Ton are quite right of . course. Brother Westbury. ;t Is all true. A blind man would only be an encumbrance In a new church like that 1 should have resigned be-forebut I kept hoping I would re-cover. And 1 bad my family" "Oh, you'U be taken care of, Broth-er Tolllver, don't you worry, too wont be allowed to suffer, you nor your family either. Just you remem-ber that It's all down In the 'Dis-cipline.' Tbe conference will take care ef you." "How soon When do you' "Well, now, Brother, we figured we would Just keep you right along until conference, 00 full salary and every-thing. And you can Just rest up In the country, and let this young Buck-wort- h do the preaching. We Jke him first rate. And we want you to preach the dedication, we're absolutely unan-imous on that nobody but you for the dedication, for aa you might say, It's your church. That Is, you understand, you raised the money and alL "Tea, I sea. Thank you very much." Awkwardly, the trustee made his good bys and hurried away. Be did not look back. Miriam walked with him to the door, shook bands with him. She even smiled. Then she slipped back and Joined tbe bushed little group. begged Ginger, In an anguished tone, "dont be shocked please don't Bemember what the "You see, we had a meeting of tbe official board Monday night" "You did I Why, I could have come In for If "Well, we Just bad It by ourselvea In fact we've had several. Well, there's no use beating about tbe bush," continued the embarrassed official. "You see. Brother Tolllver, that while all our people like you, and like your work like your whole family. In fact still Well, you can see that a blind man can't run a church not rightly not a One new church like this one of ours. Now that we've put so much money Into this new church, we've got to get In the crowds to' Oil It up, and belp pay tbe expeuses. And a blind man" Mr. Tolllver did not move, "tes. Brother Wesibury. Go on," be sjald gently. "Well, you see bow It is. And since the Congregatlonallsta have started to bold meetings of their own In the Odd Fellows' ball, they've taken about a dozen of our good payers, and we've got to get In others to take tlelr places. Now you see bow we're flxed. We like you, Brst-rat- but we've got to work for the church, flrst and last. Well, we waited, and hoped you would get over It We wrote to tbe doctors, and they say you've not got much chance not one In a hundred. You're all run down, and you need a Ipng rest maybe a year, maybe two years to build yon np." "But perhaps an operation It would be expensive, but" ! "We asked about the operation. They Just talked about that to cheer you up. An operation wouldn't do any good. Your eyes are Just plain worn out You'll all worn out that's the straight of it" ( "I see." "Well, we talked It over with tbe district superintendent, and be badn't a word to say against you, Brother, nor any of us either for that matter. But you see bow tt Is. The new church and all. So be said je would fix it up at the conference this fall, and they'll retire you according to the books 1 dont know Just bow It Is, but they pay yon right along, and It's all down to the 'Discipline.' And you'll get a good long rest and we'll get In some fresh young chap to draw the crowds and Oil up the new church." ; "But but It's father's the new church Is," rfnsped Ginger, unable to endure the dead silence that bung so blackly over the little group. i Joplln Westbury turned on ber sharply, evidently glad of s chance to switch tbe tide of bis talk from doctors said." He put out bis band to ber, with a sad smile, and she crushed It be-tween both of hers. "You see, there Is no hope," be said. "They were only ' pretending that 1 bad a chance." "No, father," contradicted Miriam sweetly. "No, they were not pretend-Ing- . They said you bad a chance, and they meant It They said the onlj way was for you to become so strong and well that your eyes also would grow strong and welL They did not deceive you. Yon did have you have, got a' chance, t asked them a dozen times, and tbey told me honestly." "And as far as money goes." cried Ginger, more cheerily, "I nave quite a few little secrets of my own. It Is two months till conference. By that time, old darling, 1 shall probably bs able to take care of you myself He smiled at her again, "Dear Ellen," he said gently, "If only tbess Urn little bands could carry out tbe kindly projects of that eager little bean we should never want for much In this world." "Oh, but this time 1 really mean II I mean I am quite sure" The disclosure of ber hopes trembled at the tip of ber tongue her eyes grew rapt and luminous. But ber sisters, so used to ber daring dreams, and ber extravagant promises, paid small heed. Their thoughts were upon the sordid reality of tbe present moment and Its disappointment "It's a good thing the wedding Is over," said Marjory. "Helen would never have gone. If she bad sus-pected this." "Boarding Mr. Duckworth will help out quite a little," said Miriam. "As for us, as long as we stay at Pay Dirt, we're simply gorging ourselves among the fleshpota of Egypt." Ginger shook the rapture from ber eyes, closed ber teeth firmly upon ber secret Tbe time bad not come for ber triumphal pronouncement . "Well, as Old Jop says" she began. "Ellen 1" "1 mean Brother ' Westbury. Eddy Jackson calls blm Old Jop. Well, as be says, the conference will take care of us. What will we get father! Where Is the 'Discipline V Let's look It up." She ran upstairs for the book. "I should have resigned," said ber father drearily. "I knew I could not minister to them properly. But 1 did keep hoping." (TO BE CONTINUED) not well, not In the church, where were beard vague murmurtngs. In-definite suggestions, and were seen strange and significant looks, nor. In the parsonage Itself, where Hiram Duckworth looked too often, and too long, upon tbe slender white hands of Marjory Tolllver. Tbls was a bad sign, one of the very worst Hiram Buckwortb was good looking. Marjory had always been man-mad- . The situ-ation held all sorts of horrible possi-bilities. Ginger renewed her vigilance. Hiram Buckwortb, good looking, brilliant young student bad deliber-ately chosen the ministry as bis life work. She tossed blm a scant re-spect for that choice, which, although It accorded blm a high mark for character, It. no way entitled him to a permanent place In ber plans for the family's future. Being a seminary man, with special study at Oxford, be would begin perhaps at a thousand dollars, or twelve hundred If be was lucky, and would progress upward, slowly, perhaps ar far as two thou-sand, twenty-Ov- a hundred, possibly be was so very good looking. If he married, he would Instantly, according to d Methodist parsonage statistics as figured hy Ginger, become possessed of a minimum of three chil-dren. ' Small good would be one of bis es-tate to tbe impoverished and needy Tolllvers. Encouraging blm was a deliberate throwing sway of their one resource. It was the willful choking of their oil welt It was tbe burning of their liberty bonds. Ginger reconnol-tere- d carefully. She did more than She hounded. She was If Marjory and the young minister Inclined for a stroll In the moonlight Ginger Inclined also. If they sat In the shade oi the ramblers on the veranda, Ginger sat with them, bored, but unyielding. Had she washed dishes all these years merely to save the fair hands of Marjory for the dishes of Hiram Buckwortb and a minimum of three? The attic saw little of Ellen Tolllver during these days. She met the post man, thanked him warmly for the letters he gave ber, and flew to the attic The dimes cia&bed into the dolls' trunk, and Gtnger returned to her veranda vlglL In a way considerable disappoint-ment attended tbe accumulation of funds for the blind. Barely did she receive more than Ave contributions In a day, a stingy fifty cents. Lovely daughters cannot be sent to finishing schools, shabby parsonages cannot be done over, suffering eyes cannot be operated on by expensive surgeons, upon a paltry five dimes a day. Not that Ginger frowned upon ber re-ceipts, far from It It was only that she had hoped so greatly. In the three weeks of Mr. Tolllver' Idleness In the country, he had ac-quired a thick coat of unaccustomed tan, and five full pounds In weight, with such an Increase of strength, and ambition, that be waa Inclined to feel ashamed of bis con-tinued Idleness. Word from town that a special committee from the otliclal board wlshec to meet blm at the par-sonage en Thursday evening for a dis-cussion of Important churcb matters, gave blm real pleasure. Eddy Jackson drove him In, with Miriam, and feeling, with bis usual tact that the family would like to he alone for a few hours of Inilimite re union, be p'eaded iiuportuut business and left loem, promising to reiurn foi them at eleven o'clock. Ant. alter their modest supper, they sat. Hie three girls and their futhei. In ibe Night Life Gets You if You Don'tWatchOut! I " I WarVet almost takes , -- . -- f , count, but pals help. ;f 1. TJOW would you like it if arary X"X two weeks you had to give up your good night's deep, and work til " gdght instesdr This k what hap-- pened to W. E HugginB ot M ? Savannah Street, Rochester, New , y York. When he came back from the . : War, he took night "hiff job. V-fit certainly thot me all to pteoea," "" """" """ aid Mr. Hugglns. 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Kirk-brid- e of that city at a meeting held ' recently to discuss the situation of that section. The olty stated, that it was ready to subscribe for the amount and also favored the project PROVO Every citizen of Provo Is nrged to send a carton of celery to at least one during celery week, November 17 to 23, according to the celery com-mittee of the Provo chamber of commerce, which held a meeting re cently at the local chamber offices for the purpose of discussing plans for the distribution of Utah's fa-vorite crop. OGDEN The Amalgamated Su-gar company, on November 15, will pay beet growers supplying Its six factories (2,309,000, It was an Bounced at the company's offices here today. Of this amount $250,-00- 0 will be paid out In Weber coun-ty on account of the Ogden plant about $850,000 In Cache valley , BRIGHAM CITY H. E. Rede-ling-s of Corrlne gives the follow, ing figures taken from his record kept on 330 laying pullets for a period from October 1, 1928, to Sep-tember 30, 1929. During this per-iod these pullets laid a total of (7,282 eggs, not counting the eggs nsed in the home. The total re-venue from egs sold was tl591.38j expense, $570.17, making a total net gain of $1012.21. LEHI In payment for 550,000 tons of sugar beets which have been delivered to various factories of the Utah-Idah- o Sugar company during October, that company will mall checks to farmers November 15. aggregating $4,063,000, it was announced from offices In Salt Lake.' The checks will be sent to farmers of Utah, Idaho, Montana, Dakota, Washington and Alberta, Canada. Payment for beets re-ceived during this month will be dispatched Dec. 15. OGDEN Completion of Improve-ments on the road from Ogden to Evanston marks one unit of tbe $3,000,000 construction, improve-ment and maintenance program outlined by the state highway de-partment for 1930. Chief Engin-eer H. S. Kerr and his assistant : K. C. Wright completed formal ar-rangements with several counties recently in regard to the coming program and have negotiated under way with many other counties of the state. PROVO Although the apple and peach shipment from Utah county this year are far below the totals for last year, the total amount of fruit, vegetables and farm produce to be shipped out of the county dur-ing the present year are expected to exceed last year's record ship-ment, according to present s, declares H. V. Swenson, district inspector. The present to-tal of shipments Is 485 cars of fruit vegetables and produce against 629 for last year, but, with a great many more cars of potatoes, onions, celery and cabbage prac-tically ready to be shipped, the total for last year is expected to be greatly exceeded. PROVO With over 75 per cent of the season's sugar beet crop har-vested indications point to one of the largest yields In the history of this country, according to Victor Anderson, field man for the Utah-Idah- o Sugar company. Beetgrow-er- s are well satisfied with the ex-cellent crop, which Indicates the passing ft a "lean" period in the culture of beets in this territory. A check-u- p of the loading dumps reveals a pissibflity of better than a n avorage per acre from the Provo district, a yield which Is con-sidered eac vtlonal Trains to Cloe Gates Application of the apparatus which recently stopped two speeding French railway tralna within 20 feet of each other may be applied to crossings. The trains automatically will? when a mile from a crossing, cause lamps on the gates to light np, then closing the gates and start a loud bell ringing. The apparatus may be applied to steam or electric trains. New York Dirt There Is an old expression, "dirt cheap," that does not apply In New Tork city. There is a sign In a New York store window which reads: "Dirt 10 cents a quart." The fact Is that In New York city there Is no dirt avail-able for flower pots unless 4t Is bought at a dirt store. This seems Incredible to tbe rest of the country, but it Is true. Princeton Clarion-New- Agreeable to Him Widow Will you act as a pallbear-er at my husband's funeral T Polite Friend Nothing would give me greater pleasure. Creepers, Crawlers, Hoppers Mistress What I want Is a girl who ciin detect the little things about tbe bouse, you know. New Girl Madam, there 'Isn't any-thing that creeps, crawls or hops that can escape me. New Bedford Standard. Honduras broke the world's record for any country's annual shipment of bananas by exporting 27,462,141 bunches last year. Ante Travels en Water Using a pair of seaplane pontoons, a Winnipeg man makes trips by watei In his automobile, and completed a 120-mll-e voyage without mishap. Tb propeller shuft of the car Is discon-nected at the universal Joint, and a marine propeller shaft rigged on th framework between the two floats, li ) ' connected. Thus equipped, the cat cruises at a speed of about 19 miles an hour. Populnr Mechanics Mnga-..- . sine. In Thie Weather "I am burning with love for you I" "Oh, don't make a fuel of you-rself Vancouver Province. Better Had Mabel Now that I'm all dressed, where shall we got Jack Er, let's go swimming. Live and Learn He (hopefully) rve never seen suet dreamy eyes. She (fed up) That's because you've never stayed so late before. Every one Is as God made him, and often a great deal worse. Cer-vantes. , . The man who steals kisses Is liable eventually to find himself serving a life sentence. . y Climate Itsn't everything; but It Is more than half. Historic Buildings in Finnish Town of Turku Interior and most of the Immense treasure which was once kept there has disappeared. Part of the castle Is now a museum end Is furnished witb pieces of old Finnish furniture. Visitors can still see the dungeon, six fathoms deep and block as pitch, where prisoners were kept In tbe great central hall la a hlgb gallery from which a cruel ruler once bad unruly subjects burled to the floor below. One cell In the castle Is still known as the malefac-tor's resting place. National Geo-graphic Society Bulletin. Turku was Finland's flrst capital. Christianity was flrst taught there, and the first Christian converts were baptised In the River Aura. The old-est cathedral and the oldest castle In. Finland are to be found In Turku, and nearly all tbe historic homes of the Finnish nobility are In or near the city. With the exception of the cathedral and the cnstle, modern Turku bas been built since the disastrous fire of 1S27. when the old town was almost entirely destroyed In a blaze that burned tor five days. Both the castle mid the cathedral are grim structures with little exterior ornament The lias s long, narrow vaulted It's hard for a woman to forgive an--j other for having done ber a fsvnn Let Us Be Pruned As tbe most generous vine, If It Is not pruned, runs out Into many super fluous stems and grows at last weak and fruitless; so doth the best man, If be be not cut short of his desires snd pruned with afflictions. If It be Let me be pruned that I may grow, rather than be cut up to burn. Hall Saccete ia Achievement The saying, "Nothing succeeds like success" was used In reference to the Bret operation under ether performed by Dr. John Collins Warren at the Massachusetts General hospital on Oc-tober 10. 1848. crosier, and the name "la crosse" was suggested. 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Natioo'a Sweet Teoth The United States consumes more than 20 per cent of the world's cane sugar.