The Daily Ardmoreite. (Ardmore, Okla.), Vol. 16, No. 214, Ed. 1, Friday, February 11, 1910 Page: 3 of 8
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Ardmore Friday February 11 1910
:: lt ms tn tliu social column!
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cty Kditor not Inter than 0
: o'clock In tlic morning to in-
51 sure Insertion In the after-
tt noon's paper.
No society personals for Sim-
s' day's paper ran lie nccommo-
SS dated after Saturday noon. Tim
SS Society Kditor will receive It-
SS ins by telephone at 1 IL'.
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SS TOMORROW'S CALENDAR. SS
l.adlis of Christian church give
dinner at Cruco building cor-
ner A and Main streets.
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The Carpenter's Serenade.
A lath! 1 quite a door you dear;
1'vo hallways loved your laughter
oh window you Intend to grant
The wish my hopes are ranerv
When 1 first sawyer smile 'twas plane
1 wood rejoice to marry;
Oh let us to the Joiner's hie
Nor longer shingle tarry!
Aud now that 1 have axed you dear
I'lirmb square and on the level
(I've a ways wanted 2-by-O
Don't spoil hoe's happy revel.
The cornice waving I'oggy dear
Thu gab'es all ire ringing
Why l;t me pine? lor oil. yo'i Kiow
I'm sawdust when I'm s'ii;' ig!
Nixon W tt 'man.
Dinner In Crues Oi.'dr;.
The ladle of the Christian church
will givo their dinuer in the Cnicc
'.ulldlng corner of A and Main former-
ly occupied by the Baltimore Merenn-
lie company. Instead of the basement
of the Bankers' National Han: as ad-
vertlsd. The menu is a wholesome
one of roast beef iork baked maca-
roni .Saratoga chips fruit salad pies
etc. and will be served for the mod-
est hum of twenty-five cents.
Eggs as Whist Prizes.
Ficsh meat and eggs are no longer
to bo classed as necessaries but as
luxuries. One of the most exclusive
. ladies' whist clubs In Ilriiilngliam Ala.
gave as prizes Thursday a five-pound
roast a porterhouse steak and t.te
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It takes fair woman to stir up this
prosaic old world with Its at'ipfd hwu
anAl regulations classifications i. 1
strctions tariffs and taxes. What r.
dull place It would be wltliout thorn!
Without them all men and tin! - works j
could be pigeonholed with -ucli nn-
notorious precision that all Interest '
would bo lost in life. With the n hq
body knows what his uelgh'ior is 'ilse- i
iy to do. i
Tim navy Just now is being dangled
by Its heels just because of a pllp of
u glil. Of course Hie young lady
was perfectly Innocent in setting
things topsy-turvy. It was i;ot her
fault that a married doctor took her
picture when she was not looking. It
10 HAVE a clear
wholesome food. Breathe
fresh air. Use Ivory
Soap and clear cool
What the skin needs
is something that will
clean but will not harm it.
Pure soap will do this;
and Ivory Soap is pure.
996o Per Cent. Pure
tt tt tt a
MARY OWYN WIIITHMAN
was not her fault Hint a joung pay-
master in the navy should have re-
sented the doctor's action. It vva.i not
liur fault that the paymaster knocked
the 'doctor down and that the doctor's
wife brought the entire matter to the
attention of the Secretary of the Navy.
Anybody who blames anything on
fair woman should ho shot and qunr
teied. It Is not their fault that they
have llmpd eyes like wet violets. It
Is not their fault that they are unable
to iihe those eyes to their best ad-
vantage. It Is not tholr fault that
they have clear skin and glorious h.tlr.
And certainly It Is not their fault it
men Insist on acting foolishly about
Upsides what would murder trials
and especially divorce casiv be with-
out women? In the matter of divorce
one. of the country's mon. pletaios'i'io
Institutions would go by the Itoard If
was no woman at n iiii-wm of 1
It. And women are nverv bit as
essary as divorce; and anybody who
assails tlicni no matter In what sub-
tle guise should bo slapped on the
ankle. - Washington Post.
Here and There.
.Mrs. .1. N. Fowler anil little son of
Calnesville Texas and .Miss Annie
Heed Ilormand are guests of .Mr. and
.Mrs. Dan (tommy on SlU "ay Houle-
vard. A GOOD COUGH MIXTURE.
! Simple Home-Made Remedy That Is
Free From Opiates and
An elfectlve remedy that will iirii
ally break up a cold In twenty-four
hours is easily mailt- by mixing t-.
gcther In a large bottle two ounce. of
(llycerlne a hair ounce of Virgin Oil
. of Pine rmiiixiutiil nun. -mil .l..1.t
ounces or pure Whiskey. Tills mix-
ture will euro any cough that Is cur-
able and is not expensive ;f !t
makes enough to last the average
family an entire year. Vlrrdn Oil or
I'liie compound pure Is prepared only
In the laboratories or the l.eaeli
Chemical Co. Cincinnati Ohio.
Washington. Feb. 0. The House
Committee on Indian Affairs will hold
a bearing early next week on the
AlcCtuIre bill to open the rolls of I'm
Chocfiws and 'fhlckasaws for the en-
rollinent of about 1 1000 Indians who
can ehtibllsh tribal descent.
Favorable for Oil Pipe Lino.
Washington Feb. 10. Tb" con-
I siructlnn of a pipe line for oil or
gas across the public laud of r-
kansas which was opposed in I he
committee on public lands by .Siitor
! Jeff Davis on the ground .It V. It
w.is In the Interest of the Standard
I Oil Company was reported favor-
j ably from that committee Wednes-
' The passage of this measure will '
make It possible to complete pipe
1 Hues from the Oklahoma oil field
to the (Jiilf of .Mexico.
Sore Lungs and Raw Lungs.
.Most people know thu feeling.
nnd the miserable state of 111 health
it indicates. All people should know .
that Foley's Honey and Tar thu 1
greatest throat and lung remedy. '
j w ill quickly cure the soreness and
j ( ough and restore a normal condl-1
' Hon. Ask for Foley's Honey and
Tar. Sold by all druggists.
Changes Business Territory.
Harry Tllllnghast who has made
this place f'.r the past five years
representing Tyler Simpson Co.
was hero last Friday and informed
' "l tn"1 "I
: tlll! territory
was his last trip In
Harry has been trans
ferred to other territory on the
( railroad. His friends and they aro
many win regret tins as Harry
had the confidence of all his pat-
rons who knew they could rely upon
whntevt r he promised. Cornlsli Her-
ald. An attack of the grip Is often
followed by a persistent cough which
in many eases proves a great an-
noyance. Chamberlain's Cough Hem-
edy has been extensively used and
with good success for tho relief
and euro of this cough .Many cases
have been cured after all other rem-
edies had failed. Sold by all deal-
ent. Your "Make-Up."
1 can furnish wigs beards and
m.tsks of all descriptions. Let me
figure with you when you noen an
. nitiht to "make you up" for amateur
tin atrha's or masquerades. Max
Ilifiih Theatrical Mako-Up Artist'
Oalnesvile Texas. y.3.
j Rounds and his celebrated all-star
Specialty Company. Watch for date.
Next to food itself there is nothing
of greater importance to the liuiinn
system than to make that food do its
duly. Hy duty li meant to runiMi Ii. .ilt'i
nlrpiiKtll and I Mi I.IimmI In tin- li
H Is nennry first of nil to chew food
UiorouRlily. Next tlic ntuimirb tmil lin
In condition to illKfsl It. nn. I tli- bowels
to (Inn n It ready fur removal. Ami
tight hero so many tlnd their greatest
trouble. The fermenting limllpsteit
fooil flays In the ntomiuli nnl liowi'h
liiilMlrliiR the r'lvcs and blond living
llse to snllow complexion headache nour
Btomaeh. bad brenth and often serious
nilllrtlon like kln (Hm-jiboh.
All this Is duo to Impaired digestion
and to -n refusal of thn bowels to do
their work. Tho best wny yet found to
rtrcncllun tho stomach nnd tono tho
bowels so that they will do their work
Is by the use of mirb a grand laxative
tonic as Dr. Caldwell's Syrup l'epxln. now
for neatly a quarter of a century tho
one most Important household remedy.
It Is a remedy and suro relief tlmt nil
tho family can use for tho euro of con.
sllpntlon Indigestion liver trouble nnd
nil other ailments of tho atomaeh liver
Thom.mds of Amerlenn families nso It
regularly for then troubles for It can
bo clven with safety to the smnllest
chllil. In the home of JInry Ilelford
IxHilsvllle Ky.. ns well as that of John
Smith. Moorhead. Miss. they would as
soon think of being without the nctunl
n.v-ssltles ns without Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup t'vptln. Hut realizing how skeptl
enl many people am about n laxntlve
owing to tho diniculty of finding onn
' that Is genuinely gnoil. Or Caldwell will
send a free sample of his remedy to
nnvoti" dclrlng It He will cheerfully do
this so do not herltntc to mnko tho
request. Tho remedy enn be bottcht of
anv druggist nt only fifty centa nnd ono
iwf-irZiw ? "c MK" "om: bcn for
Dr. Cnldwell personally will be pleased
to give you nnv medical advice you mny
deslie for yourself or family pertnlnlng to
the Ftomnch liver or bowels uti'olutoty
free of eharge Kxplnln our ( anc In a
letter and he will reply to you In detail.
For the free .ample slrnplv send your
name and nddress on u postal curd or
otherwise. For either request tho doctor's
address In I)r W II. Caldwell. tl.Ml Cald-
well building Montlcdlo. III.
Interesting Social Event nt Sulphur
Many Visitors Present.
Sulphur. Okla. Feb. P. - -The Fire-
men's ball last night attended by
young people from Oklahoma City.
Aidinore Durahl. Fort Worth Dallas
and o'her points In Oklahoma and
Texas proved one of the swellest
leial evei ts in Sulphur's history equal
' . .
lug la i)ri'"a'i . Ho Hlateluoil er
given In honor of the delegates to t'te
constitutional (invention at the tlmo
of their reunion here last Kiittinli.t .
The hall was decorated w'h i'le-
riglitlng eipilpmeut ur.d the ri.emin
themselves ( specially tlios trom Ok-
lahoma City. Fort Wortli ::id D.illas.
were p"umed and decorated and look-
ed k knights of the age when
knighthood vwis In flower. A select
orelieura from Oklahoma City furnish-
eU the music.
When You Need
Foley's Orlno Laxative. When you
have that dull heavy feverish feel-
ing accompanied by constipation.
When you have headache Indigestion
biliousness pain in st.' much and bow-
els then you need Foley's Oriuo
Laxative It moves tit bowels freely
and gently and tin ruughly clears
the Intestinal tract. It does not gripe
or nauseate and ctiivs constipation.
Sold hy all druggists.
Five Republican Candidates
(iuthr'e. Okla. Feb. P. Doth lortuer
(lo. Tom Ferguson of Watonga and
(!eu. John Tlireadgill of Oklahoma
City have entered the race for the
Itepul llc.iu nomination for Ooveruor
making llvo ainoiiuced candidates. In-
cluding Ferguson Tlireadgill C. O.
.loin s and John Fields of Oklahoma
City aud Joseph W. McNeal of (iuthrle.
rhrt-nilgill was prominent during Okla-
homa Tcriltorlal days serving In s-ev-(ral
le gislatures and his platform will
be i ( submission of the prohibition
question advocating local option aed
high licence. Ferguson wa Governor
or Oklahoma four years under Presi-
S u or a r Cane
made into syrup
by the P. & F.
It's At Your Crsear't
PMICK AFORD. Ltd.
NEW ORLEANS LA.
(Copyright. 1909 By C. W. Dilling-
i Continued from yesterday)
Synopsis of Preceding Chapters.
Mis C.ilderiOiuw rormei' smaitt til
the Monk family I- killed In her
-hop a hatpin piercing her heart
and ner glass ey iniNHlu. Her
nephew and heir Jn.eph Striver a
vounc aardener fin t In- Monk. !-
. I:t m--i the missing i e contains a
i Itie to a fortune of "oohi pounds.
He avows III low for (Jertrude
Monk. Cyrus Vnn.i. wtyi dlii-
i overed .Mm. (y'aldershaw 'h body
hah Keen a plint graph of Cer-
tunic Monk and has fallen In
love with her. At the moment he
louud the body hit niotiir ear
wan taken by a woman in a white
i leak against whom suspicion i
tuned. Vance flinb the white
i .i;il in the fluid where Ills cur
i. (burled. It has the Initials "C.
M " Vance conceal it. He goe
lo lliirA.iiii to Irani what he can
ah ut Miss Monk uiid Mrs. Calder-
siiaw and the mystci of the Rlai
ce. He learns t lint (iahrlel .Monk
be(pieathed his hoardings or many
years to his niece. Hertiude hut tho
fortune lias never been found.
The Beatuy of the World.
I usually Invent my idols arrange
my business anil consider my circum-
stances when In bed which Is by
far the best place I'm Mich thought-
work. Alone in the darkness of the
silent hours there is no external
influence to prevent concentration
therefore conclusions i f the best
can be reached speedier than in the
daytime. On the night of m arrival
at Iturwaiu I took advantage of the
opportunity to think hard and long.
Tt was necessary that matters should
be adjusted dearly in my own mind
before I could hope to deal with the
situation. After .Mrs. (iUflii's report
I desired more
than ever to make
my wil-' ut
in the way
and continuous ac-
Hon could reinoii
standing of the p
'. A clear under-
sltioil wns deeld-
I now began to see that Anne '
Caldersdinw's hint to her brother
had reference to the missing moil-
oys of xlnbrlcl Monk. Certainly even
It lie lind saved every penny of Ills
income for eighty years he would
not have accumulated filly thousand
pounds; but it was mere probable
that his visits to Loudon werec on-
necteil w'lth varlou- liiventnients and
that in one way or another he had '
gained the fortune mentioned by Mrs.
Cnldershaw. Hut- as I asked myself
fieqilently If .Monk had Invested the
money why was It not discoverable
since Investment cannot very well
be concealed. On ictlectlon I decid-
ed that tlie man was a genuine
miner loving the color and weight
and feel of gold had probably turned
his investment." whatever they might
lie. into hard cash and had hidden
tins carefully away. In some way
Mi.. Calderhhaw had learnd the
whereabout of the species and the
missing eye indicated tho hiding
place. Tlie money hy (Iahrlel Monk'.
will belonged to (iertnide Moult
but the evil' tiM'keeper wished her
nephew to get ii and so had left
him tile clue lo the place where It
was concealed. Perhaps she knew
that Striver lowd her young mis-
tress and thought that If ho married
her nfter acquiring tlie fortune that
Justice would be done. She wished
as the saying K to kill two birds
with one stone
Hut two tilings puzzled me greatly '
In cunoL'tion with tho matter. In
tlie first place It was odd that Mrs. i
Calilershaw. aware of tlie whore-
abonts of the mo.iev. should not
have laid hands on It and In tlie
second il was difficult to understand
how she could arrange that her glass
eye should be a clue to Its posses-
si n. Then I began to bullet tint
the dead woman had rem. i veil tie)
coin from where tlie miser had hid
den it and had drawn a plan of It
. . . 1
which she had
nun ic.iuuK iiiiic niiivii rue ii'i"
concealed behind tho eye Hut hav-
Ing regard to the sholl-llko ahapo
of the eye as described by Josoph
Strlvn- H tlnn conbl tint bn ln.
llnoated on a piece of papor how
ever small as there- waii no shield
at tho back of tho artificial oyo
to protoct It from wear nnd tear.
The plan I f.tn.led a-- did Mr
Striver. was drawn on the Inwarl
curw of the eye Itself althougn
It was difficult to Imagine thnl
Hie detail had not been obliterated
by the moisture of the flesh. Hut
thl lust c.njecture was for the
ii.omeiit hoHltle the matter. What
I knew vita that Mr. Caldershaw '
glaaii eye IridlcfltPtl the whcic.ihniit-
of fifty thousand ixiuiids belonging
by iilll to Oertrtiile Monk To find
that treamir" and marry th" girl
a what t determined t l Mi l
to manage till It was neccvs.ity
tn prevent the fortune from falling
Int. Strlver'a hnnda hy Retting the
glass eye Into my own isisseKsIon.
That w'tta no easy tank on account
of the obncurity which Involwd the
murder and the theft wlil n
led to the murder
Of eourc (lertrude MnnU i
that she wax legally entitled lo
uncle's inrney so It was possible)
that. haviiiK learned Mrs ('aider-
Shaw's secret ahc had gone in Moot
ley to InslM upon the ee beliiK
given up. for the purpose of obtain-
ing lier rights. Hut In Unit case
site would acarccly have murdered
tile woman since all she hud to
do was t.i compel .Mr. Cnhlershuw
by law to confess the truth. It
might be that she had ipiiirreleil
with the old woman who would not
he liu lined to dlanimiiKc her
the well-being of her nephew;
I did not think that a girl
with mi lovel.x a face mid s.i high
it character --us Mrs. Hllrlii avouch-
ed fof- would have stooped to com-
milting a crime. Hud she done mo
nnd Imd obtained the inoiie. her
conscience woild not permit her to
rest. Thcrefoie I acquitted the young
lady of homicide and cast about
in m.v mind lo think who could
lOHHibl.v bine slain .Mr. Calilcrshnw
lor the alike oT the rorliilie.
1 Ml )eilny certainly grudged her
lllece the ItlLlley it lid being a miser
would have been ghhl to acqllijo
It. lull she was loo I nil I a little
woman to commit the murder. Also.
; at the time she was driving to
I .M xitlcy. and had not yet reached
the place im the story of her en-
cciinter with my looted motor car
; clearly pioved. She had established
Indefensible alibi. Mr. Walter
I .Monk wit In London at the time
of tlie murder Mr. Joseph Striver
j was at Iturwaiu and 1 could think
I of no other person who would be
I ilt l iMi to murder .Mrs. Caldershaw-
I I : her secret. The more I thought
or the matter the more complex
'did it become. All I could do-I de-
j elded Ibis about three o'clock in
i Hie morning - was to i evert to my
original decision and day a waiting
game. Tnen I fell asleep and woke
at nine o'clock with a headache
tiie result of owr-thlnklng.
However a cold bath a good
breaklast anil a hair-hour's gossip
with tin- landlady banished niv
pains and somewhere about eleven
I walked fcrth to spy out tlie laud.
I wished t call on Miss Dehtluy
a id ihroiuh tier to gain an Intro-
duction to her niece. Once in touch
with Allsf Monk. I might learn
in Mime cautious way how her
cloak e.iine to he In the riohl. Cer-
tainly on the race of It I fancied
sin hu worn it herself and had
stolen my Kippler hut It was Just
possible that she had given It to
Mis. Cald'Msliaw and had not been
near Mootley at all. In which case
I began ti. wonder more than ever
who was Hie clever woman who had
taken possession of it. Hut such
womlc'ing was futile as I had no
certain tacts to go upon (iertrudo
Monk aloiK i oiild j-lve the clue see-
ing that tlie cloak whether worn
I'v in i iclf or not was her property.
A Lady Who Lives in Goldsboro
t..t ... .i .i ....
joins in me inorus oi rraise
for Cardui The Woman's
Goldsboro N. C "A physician Ircal-
cd me for iiiany distressing symptoms"
wrilcs Mrs. litta A. Smiih "bid eave
me no relief. '
"I suffered will neuralgia around ll.c "ut vlv"1 ma"l)u' ml llr smw-
heart and was troubled at limes Willi mv white lialr was still piled up after
. !S. . inmyU-fl bide bowels
head. I had pain in my left side bowels.
il.il iiiii'ii. riit iiiiut'r iiiiii -trine
"After taklne: Cardui. I nm rime u-nll
and can recommend it lo oilier suffering
. Just such doubtful symptoms as those
Irom which Mrs. Smith suffered are the
Ami? inn IS ..Ml a a
i"i nun ii win nay you 10 KIKC 1
Cardui Hie woman's tonic.
It is at Sliclt limes when then k
Ing- to show for certain thu i eal cause ol
1 the trouble that you need a tonic lo eive
' t e body strength lo throw off tlie illness
II1C OOUy StreilCI
that evidently threatens.
Take Cardui. when vn.i m-e III uin.
the ailments of your sex. l ake Cardui
1 as a Inn c lo nrpemir illnpcc tiiltnti uni
iVl iV T.i" ' ' v"' ""-
our druRRlst keeps It
N. flWrlttfo! UJick'Advhor; Dept.. Chain
Imtrucllont. anil M-pse book'llomeTrcalracat
K C Baking Powder will do it 1 Gel
a can. Iry it for your favorite cake. If
it doesn't raise better more evenly higher
if it isn't daintier
we return your money. Everybody
agrees K C has no equal.
1 1 ..ii
Tlicic was li'tlc dilfe u m Mild
lug the .iltoib hi Ml-- In .Mi. .'
'I.pc.lle. I be S well known 111
IIiii a.iiii as St Paul I 'ii in .h a
III the metropolis. Her iuisirl It. i--
i M ''''' appeared lo be common talk
and when leached the end of tho
village and sighted her cottage I
(oiiid well understand why It was no
secret Rentle-womaii with a cer-
tain iiinoiiiit or money however
small would never haw dwelt in
such a hi vel unless she grudged
every farthing to render It alRhtly
mid comfortable. Kor Ml Dintlny
j hud her abode in n. tiny house of
' Kahaulzcil tin standing some dis-
tance from the iniilii road uiid al-
Fniont bidden by a rank growth of
.tail weeds and shrubs and neglect
ed trees. A sod fence fringed the
loadwny and therein wn placed mid-
way u ilckety wcoden gate with a
biokeii hinge. I'rom this a crooked
pathway made by feet ami worn by
fi ( t and preserved as an entrance
b feet meandered to the greell-
iialiited front door. On either side
docks ami dnruells and brambles
and (oarse grass ami weeds flour-
t isiieil in profusion breast high. Ami
I overhanging tlie tin shed it could
! siarcely be called a cottage were
two gigantic elms which dropped
their decayed branches on tho toot
and Hiund the walls where they lay
to add to the sordid confusion of
i the place. Viewing tills dcgolutiuu
I I ioiiIiI only think of tlx chateau
lor the Yellow Dwarf as
i by .Madame D'Aulnoy.
1 walked up tlie sodden path
I the tin ulled seemed to have been
' built in a swamp so oozy was the
I ground and nipped smartly at tlie
! narrow trout door. On either s'd'-
iweie two small windows through
the glass or which I caught a
gllmpxo ot iron liars which proved
that Mis Destiny had made ne--easarv
provision against burglars.
What struck me as odd was the ah
seme or i chimney but I
time to consider this for
1 I heard tlie rattle of a chain and
'the sound of lMilts being drawn ba-'c
Then the door was opened an Inch
1 or two to reveal the dull eyes an I
) miistaclied Hp of l.ucimla. The .-x-
I.ti fHltin of her face was aggressive
"What do you wan ?" she d inrtvd
el in her beautiful voice whM
'struck mo anew as i.'ugular'v sin-
1 pubetlc despite her '-ugli 'eetlnrf
"I am .Mr. Cyrus Vance who was
a I Mootley." I explained elaborately
' nd I wish lo see l'- s Destiny."
Iteioiv 1 ended Mi;- r"q..est 1 Lend
little low fPitt iring laugh and
I uclnda opening 'he djor wld-d'
.ii( .ed aside to show tlic tlliy fig-
ure oi In-r mU'.'-e' with outstretch-
ed hands. "Prince ("u'liulnn come In
-.(arch of the St.'oplng Heauty '
i iled Mls Destiny romantically ' imi!
because he saw a portrait of
tie- lady. Come In Mr. Vance lone
in I can promise yi flosli j.ud
lib ml this time my d far bdveii-
Tlu-ie was little Ii-irfe about tlie
lil lady. She still wore iht thread-
bare bind; silk dross though wit!:
tile fashion of I. on Ik N'IV.'s ill-fated '
I thrilled when I hoard hur words j
as I guesoed that 1 had arrived In
a happy moment and that Miss
niece the goddess of my
dreams was seated within that pau-
per hoiue. Kveu l.uciuda grinned In .
a friendly way as she saw the
lolor come and go In my face. With
all my aelf control I could not
Hiipprosh that sign of emotion.
"Prlneu Charming" said Miss Doa-
Introducing mo directly
a baro sitting room for tnoro was
no pausago In tho cottage "lot mo
present you to tho Sleeping Heauty"
nnd uho looked tnoro Uko n fairy
nil I'ure Food
more delicate in flavor
Jaques Mfg. Co.
r I) in I i.iii i l ls hhe i lapped
h. -Ui'im natid
(ii'htub Monk was suatiNl
wcil woi n lioiseiialr armrhalr.
a. t a
i lii' nil iow which did duty
1 1 1 1 i to warm the bleak
rilie wan plainly dressed in
Serge with a toque of the
on her dark head ami had a
and Ihi.i of sllwr fov fur. Nothing
c'lild hae been more I'uritanU
than her airay but the closcflttlng
frock showed off her line figure to
advantage and she looked iiuconi
inonly handsome. I have already dv
scribed her from her photograph so
there Is no need to go over old
ground but she was oven more
beautiful and unapproachable than I
hud believed Iter to lie and looked
mine like tlie goddess Diana than
ever. The sole thing I found lacking
to complete her perfection was color
for her face was the hue of old
Ivory and even her Hps looked pale.
Also there was a troubled look In
her large dark eyes and alio wel
coined me with some embarrassment.
i Hut this last probably wxs due to
the oddity of our Introduction since
.Miss Destiny had evidently informed
her of my admiration for her por-
trait. "I am glad to meet you .Mr
Vance" she said sedatoly and with
a stately how of hor head "my aunt
Informed me of your connection
with the sad death of my old nurse."
"I think my connection with the
matter Is public property Miss
' Monk" I
said nervously "for my
been In all the paiiers."
"Ah a playwright that should
please you" sho Bald coldly "any-
thing tor an advertisement. Well
tell us what has been discovered??"
"Nothing as far as I know .Miss
"Oh!" sho raised her fine eye-
hiows. "I understood" sho glanced
at .Miss Destiny "that you promised
to come aud Inform my aunt of
any new developments. As you ar
i hore I thought that Homethlng had
(To bo continued)
Need Lydia B. Pinkhum's
llrooklield .Mo "Two year i ago I
was iinalil" toilo.iny kind of work and
only weighed lis poiuuK .My trouble
i i.i i .... i .1 .
(i.ucs imcii 10 rue
time that women
may expect nattm
to lir hip; on tliem
the ( hniiKi' of Lite.
II got il Dottle ot
lAdla U. l'iiikham'.s
V I'Kntiible Com.
pound and it nude
me feel much better.
unit I have eoiitiu.
tied its use. 1 am
very grateful to you
for tho good health
( am now enjoyluc" Mrs. Sauau
Lot siiisoNT 114 S. Livingston Street
Tlie Ch.lii"oof Life Is tlie mostcrltl
eal tierioil of a woman's existence and
neglect of health at 'his time luvit
illiouse and pain.
Woineii everywhere sliould lenicni-
' ar that there is no other reined.
Known to medicine that will so sue.
cessfully carry women through thW
trying- lH-rloil as I.ydln ;. fiiikhain's
eget.ilile Coinpoiind ln.tilo from ua.
live roots and herbs.
Tor !!) yeart It ha1! been curlnR wo-
ilea from tlie worst forms of fetnal
ills ttiilaniniatioit tiloerutlon dls.
; placeiuents. Ilbrold tumors irregitlari.
i ties. Del'Indic li!ltiiu hnflr!iiiii( nml
-....tf w.. v ...v .. v ......
I nervous prostration.
If YOU vvntilil Hkn Kiieelnl nilvlen
nbout your enso wrlto u couUdcii-
tlul letter to Mrs. IMiikliuin. ut
Lynn itltiHS. Her mlvk'O is frci
Kud ulwayi helpful
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