Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 256, Ed. 1, Monday, December 5, 1910 Page: 2 of 4
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By Marie Van Vorst
"Amanita of the Mill"
III """" II
Uuwrljilil laud bj J.ll. Ui'i'lnoolt GuiuM7
Slnco Tempest hnd tilitit himself tip
In Craven lie liml added to rather tlmn
diminished Ills popularity. Ho re-
fused to be further lionized; cither
tltrul or wlin In the whlto hunt of hit
fame's flame lie ran nwny! Itnthei
tlmn watch his fame full to iuh n
fearful that ltd tenso hont would hnrm
him? For neither ration. Ha wn
not thinking of London or his public
ho wns thinking of himself.
In Crnvon whilst Iminured ho wns
rh well delightfully at largo. Thr
castle Itself was u prison standing ns
it did 13 mllos from any railway
dominiums aa It did tlio ontlro coun
ly ol shire. Craven wnB n fortroat
for tho wrltor'a hours of lnbor n
pleasure garden for Ills leisure. Hut
on this occasion ho hnd not como to
it for tho sympathetic ntmosphcro It
extended to his work. Craven was not
to offer in this sojourn nny of Its
nforctlmu tonic nor waB It demanded
that it should suggest a now theme or
even cradlo nn old Idea. Mr. Tempest
a solitary Inhabitant of lila study
nBkcd a now balm of bin retreat II
must bo n panncoa.
"It should be" ho said aloud ns he
replaced a book in tho shelves and
found another "n padded coll."
Into thu grent bow window whose
squares of glass let In tho whole wide
country sweep to his eyes once a
veritable lover's eyes for this English
nature whoso graces and benutlos
Tempest had mado to live nml bloom
in his book till nil Knglnnd echoed hlr
rnusc Into tho bowed windows hlr
housekeeper dally cloverly drew the
wrltlng-lnblo. Tempest many tlmcf
before It had seen hour after hour sllr
nwny until exhausted yet supremely
content ho hnd risen aching In every
limb tho pile of innuuscrlpt grown at
his hnnd his work done nnd ho him
self frco and buoyant ns only tin
rrcator can bo boforo his self-appoint
cd task. Hut writing materials re
inalnod theso days untouched.
November hnd almost fonc and the
drear bareness of tho Inndscnpe al
though not yet despoiled of leafage
was hidden on this nftcruoon by n
mist full of rnln. Tempest had thr
extent of blank gloom beforo til in ae
ho fnced It by tho window leaning
ngnlnst his work-tnblo his back to thr
room. Something of tho leaden qunl
ity of the outsldo reflected Itself In hi'
countennncc. Hut he had not time tr
follow his medltntlnns to their end
for nrnp on the door foil once wns re
peated then tho door opened nnd his
housekeeper enmo In.
"1 beg pardon Mr. Hasll " lie did
She waited n moment thon ml
vancod: "I bog your pardon sir."
After another sllonce ho l)lurted
"Well? What for pray? If yoi
linvo nny good renson to break In on
mo Henly you w(ll give It"
"I've dlBoboyed you sir."
"I'd rather forgive you thnn hem
about It don't do It agnln "
"I won't Indeed sir but "
Tcinpost turned reluctnntly to the
Intruder. Bho snld "Oh" Involuntnri
ly ns sho cnught sight of his face: the
last hour hnd ravaged It. Hor evl
dent nffectlnn. not her sympathy mod
lfled his mood.
"What tho devil have you done?" In
asked not unkindly. "It can't hi
worse thnn coming hore to mo nftei
my express Injunctions."
"It's worse sir" she noddod: "I'vt
let In a lady "
Sho breathed freer with tho wholr
confession of hor crlmo's onormlty.
Tempest's surprise was as shnrp nF
his displeasure. "A lady you're
Sho plendod "I couldn't help It Mr
Hasll sho had walkod from Craven
ford to ooo you sir and I hadn't tin
"Come!" ho exclaimed furiously
"I am not to bo obeyed thun. Henly'
I seo plnlnly you nre taken ndvnntngf
of of I mean to sny you're astound
tng! I gUo orders to lonve mo p
pence lo refuse my doors; to koep my
mall my dlspntchos nwny nnd yoi
ndmlt God knows whom and for whnt
purpose nt your ploasure."
Sho let him fume nnd hor patient
gentle boarlng of his detestable hutno:
made him. ashamed. "Whnt for prnyf
"I don't know sir." she snld humbly
"I couldn't say no somehow. Sin
begged for n momont sho hnd walkod
the 12 miles nnd sho says sho mum
foot It back. It's late too."
"Sho has n note-book? Of course!'
"She's a pretty hat on and a long
dark cont nnd she Is so lovely Mr
Basil that I"
Sho finished subtly and triumphed
tor tier vnastor slightly smiled. "It's
a farcf nnd quite ridiculous. You've
gono so far I can't drag your hospi-
tality bark as If I hnd a string to it
Fetch her In."
Temr.est nasseri Ms' tiorvoun hnnd
through his hnlr gav n- Inst look to
the gray without ns though he con
fided hit iiH'Ifuirlioly to It promising
to return agnln for It never fear!
and came out Into tho room.
When Mrs. Henly renppenrod Rho
opened the door consigned her guest
nulckly to the study nnd withdrew
Ilk" lightning for fear she should be
haled to escort her out attain!
Tho stranger deserted In thin fash-
ion looked about her rather startled.
Ti-mpest In a black velvet jacket Into
whose pockets his hnnds were thrust
blocked up the foreground. He saw
her embarrassment and that her lips
were almost white. She bowed to
him still standing where Mrs. Henly's
catapult like ushering hnd plRred her.
"I am Lucy Carow" she announced
In n olce that did not wnver nt nil.
'I have como all the way from Amor
lea to see you."
Mr. Tempest started. Tho sudden
addition of thlrty-flvo hundred mllos
to tho twelvo wns material.
"Trop nlmnblo" ho said. "I Rhall
seem ungracious If I ny that I receive-
"no ontS not even an omlssnry
from tho-Capo of CJood Hope." He
chose nt rapdnm and ns ho snld It Its
meaning caught his sensitive ear. He
smiled. "You Will lot mo be Inconse-
quent nnd except thnt point? You son
to be frnnk. .I.Jiaye recused myself to
everyone" Miss Cnrew (lip said hor
iiHiiie ns though It were a housohold
word) oyjury-ono friend enerrry kind
nnd unkind. I am n rocluso--"
"I know." sho accepted "I road In
the Dally Telegraph thnt you wore. I
scarcely . dnrcU expect to seo you.
When I cot nut nt Crnvenford and
found' I nnotiftl ' hnvo to wnlk 12 miles
I wns tienrly dlBcourHgt'd!"
"NpATlyl'hftflchoed "it Is n tramp
oven for nn Kngljsh girl; your qoun-
trywoiiIWi nro not supposed to bo
"I'vo not wnlkcd ranch boforo" sho
admitted "and my heels nro high; but
when I got hero It was tho worst of
all your housekeeper refused mo;
and then" sho raised tho Blight veil
sho wore her eyos wero sparkling and
disclosed no trace of It "I cried"
sho snld frankly.
Tempest took his hands from his
pockets nnd extended nno with tho
charming gesture ho know no woll
won him frliuids. Kor n brief soennd
his fnco relnxcd Illuminated. Ho
camo up t6 ils guest "Don't cry
here" ho Implored. "I can't Imnglno
whnt n 3312-mllo fatlfijio may. be but
If you enn rest from somo of It In
this chair will you do so? I will rlrig
for ten and Ughts."
Tempest understood tho nnturo'of
human feeling too well not to rcnllzo
with n flnBh how great was tho pleas-
ure of his own nnd not to renllzo
that ho hod nover experienced quite
tho Ilka Rcnsntlon before. Into his
outstretched hnnd n hnnd slender nnd
strong fell ns naturally as though It
had waited for Just this shelter over
slnco It had been made. Ho led the
girl to his fnvorlto chair took delight
lit seeing her sink Into It
Sho hnd quickly undone her veil nnd
taken It off and ho then snw tho fv
tlguo under her eyes the pnllor of her
fnco nnd wlthnl the freshness of It
It was a luminous face if such n term
might bo used he thought It might
Her figure wns concealed by n long
dark cont that roso to her neck nnd
Bho nestled into tho comfort of tho
chair with an ncqulcscencu of fntlguo
her expression did not admit Indeed
her eycB fastened on Tempest wero
tho lovollost things ha had encoun-
tered for it long tlmo.
Tho unconvcntlonnllty of tho visit"
her calm behnvlor In It' touched hi
humorous vein. Ho slightly mocked
her ns ho spoke In n tonu not tho less
ngrcoablo and perfectly gracious. 't'
"What wager aro you winning?
Miss Cnrow you have won It! vllow
much of the 12 miles did you walk
really?" ' - .
Sho hold out n small foot In a badly
damaged high-heeled shoe. "A cart
brought mo to a cross road nnd then I
walkod on 12 miles tho mnn snld It
wns. and It seemed It!"
He did not wish to nsk this
young woman why sho had como
to hint; he dreaded lest shu should
ny. Tho moment sho should nsk
him for Ills nutogrnph tho singu-
lar and plqunnt chnrm of hor appari-
tion would nnlsli nnd ho would be-
omo his brutnl Bavngo self agnln.
nils unusual visit would not bear vul-
garity or even tnnglblllty. Dosplto
die adjustment of his eyeglass ho saw
hor as if through a film; It added to
the unreality of her presonce.
"You will hnvo tea? l'erlmps you
will mako It for mo?"
Tho lights hnd boon brought In with
tho drawing of tho curtains over thu
Miss Cnrew's hands lay Inort on the
ohnlr's nrniB. Sho shook hur hund.
"I am afraid I can't I am so
Tempest rather clumsily mndo It
and gnvo hor n cup and n bit of toast.
During tho fow momenta her host's
fnco had clouded ngaln. Evidently he
Simple Explanation Disproves General
Idea That Achievement Is an
It would Boem on first thought an
Impossibility to bore a squuro hole
In reality nothing Is simpler. The
basis of the operation Is thu lact that
as a circle rolls on a straight line the
center descrlbus a parallel ciralght
lluu. For Instance thu hub of a car-
riage wheel moves nlong nt a con-
stant dlstnnce from tho ground. Hence
If we cause a cutter situated nt the
center of it cylindrical shank to roll
on a straight guldo tho cutter will
hnd forgotten his guest and looked V
with n start ns she spoke.
"You have not asked me why I
cntne Mr. Tempest."
"I don't wish to know."
"Ah" sho smiled. "If I don't tell
you It will bo becauso you forbid mo
"I do forbid" ho cnld shortly "If
It's n tiresome reason I won't say
women's ronsons are usunlly tlrosomc
for I nm sure they never give tho real
ones nothing would be so delightful
I am willing to believe as a woman's
sincere motive or reason for what she
does! It's n b'nek rose a 'merlo
blanche.' Miss Carew I've never Beon
any of the three."
She did not tnke this opportunity
to remark nt his psychology of foml-
nine subtleness but snld equably:
"Tho result of such forbidding
would be tho blocking of my wholo
He echoed tho word with scorn.
"Career! Heaven yon hnvo ono?
You don't look It I nm glad to say
I am sorry for you" ho llnlsiiod
She hnd tinfnstoncd tho collnr of
her cont nnd It fell back. Hor dress
tindornonth was ns Bobor In tone.
Tompest roso to movo nsldo tho tea-
tnblo that wns between them.
"IOt mo help you off with thnt
wrap. It's wnnn hero nnd you won't
feel It when you go out."
Ho wnntod to seo hor released from
tho chrysalis of hor uncompromising
gnrments. Ho throw tho wrap on n
chair and sho stood beforo him in a
dross of some soft dark mutorlnl with
whlto at the neck nnd wrists. It
fitted hor well It foil well around her
"My glovos" sho snld apologetical-
ly "woro soaked through. They aro
drying In your housekeeper's room. I
dried thoro myself for hnlf nn hour
boforo sho would disturb you."
As sho spoko thoro crossed Tem-
pest's feelings growing moro and
moro nmlablo nnd gracious n sudden
revulsion ngnlnst her which sho could
not hnvo understood hnd he let hor
"How can I further your career or
hinder It?" ho naked formally.
Sho did not appear to take umbrngo
nt his altered tono but lcnnlng for-
ward In hor chnlr received lilro Into
her confldonco with extraordinary fa-
cility and an assurance that was com-
pliment In Itself.
"I hnvo been obliged qulto suddenly
to find n means of livelihood. To a
woman of my ngo" (sho named It nnd
ho smiled It wns so young) "such a
question coming for tho first time Is
puzzling. Last week tho editor of n well-
known monthly offered mo a position
nt n fixed nnd generous salary If "
hero sho paused.
As sho talked Tempest was study-
ing her mentality and quality of spirit
ns best ho could being a mnn as well
aB n psychologist nnd given tho fact
that a specimen wns very good to look
"What Suite? What Do You Mean?"
at and very gontiy magnetic to listen
to. Ho found her direct nnd boldly
devoid of weak truckling excuses for
whatever favor sho wos to nsk and
sho was evidently to nsk ono. Ho
lllu'd-her: -clear enunciation her Boft
shorL sentences with tho warmth un-
dor (hem of nn exquisite volco.
"If whnt?" ho helped hur.
"If I would fetch him nn especlnl
piece of work ho was oav;or for."
"Yes?" questioned her host for she
"An OBsny If you like a study of
you; of your personality. Above all"
here shu flushed nnd lowered her
voice as though tho subject and her
own daring awed her "a synopsis of
your itqw sujto of poums."
Then in n volco whoso shnrpnpss
struck her ns if hor sonses had all
beon touched at onco sho shrank at
It he asked:
"Who spoko to them of tho verses?"
"I" sho replied breathless. "Thoro
woro only two of them you know
published In tho winter."
"What suite?" ho Interrupted glar-
ing nt ner." Tho veins swolled on his
temples. Ho hnd risen and she
thought ho Boomed a dozen fuet high.
"What Bultu? What do you mean?"
(TO 1JB PONTINUUD.)
trace out a straight lino. If tho guldo
be broken Ipto lour sides of a square
the shank will roll on theso four sides
one nltor the other and thu cutter will
ream out an equal square.
At the same ttmo thu motion of the
tool Is a rotary ono very similar to
boring n round bole. Tho only trou
blo Is that ns the shank changes
ouu Bldu of tho square guide to tho aV
Jacent one theru U a slight Irregular.
Ity In thu motion so that thu corners
of the square bolu are not sharp but
slightly ropnded. This rounding may
bo reduced to a mlninlum and It is
not a serious objection In unycAs.
Queen Amelie of Portugal Most
Woman of Many Sorrows and Trage-
dies Who Devoted Herself to
the People Charities Wero
Her Only Extravagance.
Lisbon. I'orhaps thoro Is not in
all Kurope today a more pathetic fig-
uro thnn Quuon Amollo. liravo sho
has proved herself to bo often but
thoro Is Eometlilng nbout tho calm In-
tiepld spirit with which sho has facod
this latest troublo which culls forth
tho deep sympathy of womankind tho
Aftor hnvlng had her husband and
hor eldest son slnln by her side In tho
most shocking fashion nearly tbroo
ors ngo nnd hor own remnlnlng boy
wounded sho has now been compelled
to submit to the Ipsa of hor son's
throno tthat was also her own) and
una boon driven with hlra to scok
rofugo abroad leaving all their be-
longings nil their personal treasure
In tho hands of tho revolutionists.
Horn In Knglnnd nt Turklnhnm on
tho bnnks of tho Thames her futhor
tho Into Comto do l'nrls being ban-
ished nt tho tlmo from Franco
Amelio wilt doubtless add ono moro to
thnt Parisian group of thronoless
royalties who furnished tho Inspira-
tion of ono of Alphonso Daudet's fa-
What Amelie Fears.
I'erhnps Quoen Amollo's greatest
grief In connection with tho recent
tragic events will bo tho shnttercd fu-
turo of hor only remaining son. For
all hoped for tho futuro aro practical-
ly nt nn end for n monarch who hna
been deposed by his people Another
sourco of profound sorrow will bo tho
fact that sho will bo bnrred hence-
forth from that Church of St Vin-
cent at Lisbon whoro her murdored
husband and oldest son sleep their
Sho will be in doubt. Indeed wheth-
er tho remains of those so dear to her
I wilt not bo subjected to some Biich
frightful indignities ns tlioso which
characterized tho last revolutionary
outbreak in Uarcelona when the mob
hnvlng sneked tho convener and mon-
asteries tor tho dend monks and
nuns from their tombs paraded them
about the city either whole or pleco-
mcnl exposed them to 'every sort of
outrage and ended by setting them up
I In grotcsquo positions at tho ruined
entrances of ' tho ' "sacred buildings
from which thoy hnd been taken.
Evr slnco Amollo's husband nnd
eldest son wero assassinated she had
lived In titter terror lest her Only re-
maining son Manueli Uv shAtild shnro
thelrfnte. For horholf her; own safety
nnd welfaro sho cared little. Thoso
who know Amelie' realize that when a
cruel ijeath claimed her husband on
that terrible afternoon In' February
100C her heart was qulto broken and
tho only Interest left for her In llfo '
lay In her Boh Mnnuol. Tho domestic
Ufa of King Curios and 'Amelia was
llttrlv linnlnilrtnd . tin.1 flia nltnnn un
tho happiest of wives nnd mothers (
Tried to Help the People.
Amcllo has been obliged to submit
to scolng tho Instigators of tho mur-
der of King Carlos and the crown
prltfco not only unpunished but oven
occupying positions of Influenco nnd
rank. Indeed she wns brought faco t
to face with them almost dally and
hnd to remain silent for tho sake of
tho young 1 Ing.
Sho was. debarred from rownrdlng
thoso who had endeavored to defend
her hufcband on the dny of his assas-
sination and could not open n Portu-
guese 'paper without finding Its col--nuins
filled with calumniations of her
dead husband which she wns power
less to ofllclnlly or publicly deny.
Slnco Amelio then a slender young
womup renowned for her exquisite
beauty camo to Portgual a llttlo over
24 years ago she has done nothing
but good. Out of hor own personal
fortuno sho hjts bad built nnd en-
dowed homes for crippled children or-
phan asylums homes for tho blind and
Mario Amelio Is "possessed of a suf-
ficiently largo fortuno of her own to
havo rendored her wholly Independent
of the Portuguese treasury. Her own
extravagances consisted of her many
cluuijlcs and that from her own
purso sho returned to tho Portuguoso
government money which' .It .waA 'as'
sertetl lntd" bceff advanced to her him.
I o.md.Mho Ute king otitrtwhlch tie dfd
IE4nQVJn ;o.ftJJtyw-- -l wl bo ronllzed
tnnt t'ortugai iioswriven irony ni soil
k"wl& good and energetic princess)
who spent hor cnt!ro married life In-
vorKing inr me weiiare or ner nooo'e.
r& woman 'toward whom thfcy should'
90 filled with toolings of gratltmia
HELP THE HOSTESS
A Thanksgiving Tea.
A reception or tea on this festival
day Is distinguished chiefly by appro-
priate decorations costumes nnd re-
freshments Tho rooms may be com-
pletely transformed by taking down
nil tho portleros nnd othor draporlos
nnd replacing them with others mndu
of cranberries strung on n stout red
thread. I'opcorn strung nnd nltornnt-
lug with the berries makes a pleasing
effect. Strings of cranberries nro
very pretty fostoonod over white win-
Cover lamps nnd nil gns and elec-
tric lights with shndos made from red
white and blue crpo tissue paper nnd
for stools and divans hnvo large
pumpkins; they are very comfortable
and nro ndmlrably ndnpted for tho
purpose The usual refreshments nro
served with tho nddltlon of pumpkin
"chips" nnd tho bonbons In tho na-
tional colors. To make pumpkin chips
which nre qulto n novelty soloct n
deep colored pumpkin pcol nnd slice
very thin; to each pound of chips ndd
n pound of sugar nnd n gill of lemon
juice with tho grated lemon rind;
Mir well nnd let them stand over
night; cook very Blowly until tender;
then skim tho chips out let them
stand two days to get firm then put
them In n Jar with Just enough sirup
to keep them moist. Theso aro often
tnken for an expensive Imported pre-
serve No one recognizes thu plobelnn
pumpkin. Spices may bo added If
Hot spiced cider or a elder frappe
may bo served and cranberry Ice
cream Is delicious In flavor and looks.
The sandwiches should bo of minced
turkey and tho flowers red and whlto
carnntlons with cornflowers or bach-
elors' buttons as they nro blue.
If Individual molds aro desired for
tho ice crenm they nro cunning llttlo
turkeys and all sorts of vegetables.
Sheafs of wheat tied with the national
I colors nro very decorative over nrch
i and doorways.
A program of music consisting of
' patriotic airs would bo a diversion
suitable for the occasion.
It would be attractive to havo six
girls dressed In colonial costumes to
assist lit receiving nnd to "pour" In
tho dining room nlso to preside at
the frappe bowl.
For Thanksgiving Day.
A yearly custom observed In tho
evening of each Thanksgiving day is
so interesting I want to tell tho de-
partment readers about it. Thcro aro
six families with their connections
all relatives either distant or close
who meet at' the old-fashioned homo
of ono they call "great aunt." On
theso occasions all the old heirlooms
aro brought forth tho fireplace In tho
dining room Is festooned with dried
npplo strings and ted peppers. Ap-
Ilos nuts elder nnd popcorn aro
sorved Informally nnd tho first cere-
mony Is counting up tho "mercies" .of
tho year. Every onu Is obliged to tako
part in this. Thoro is no light save
from the logs In tho fireplace and o
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few randlrs In brass sticks somoihav-Ir-g
the tall glass shades one rinds In.
New Orleans. After this a huge lov-
ing cup Is passed and nil Jo'n hnnda
standing up saying with bowed heads.
0xl btmis you nnd Clod LIhm raa.
Owl ! us every one.
A simple repast Is sorved with no
servants In ovldence ns this Is n tlmo
when the children aro permitted to
dress In costumes roprotontlng tho
"Pilgrim fathers and mothors" nnd
they servo tho fonst They first nil
stnnd around the candlo-llt tnble nnd
oat tholr live kornols of parched corn
In memory of tho tlmo when all ouf
forefathers hnd for which to be
thankful was tho fow grains of feed
corn enough to nllot only five grain
to each person. At tho closo of this
supper a child Is chosen to repeat El-
der Hrowster's glorious admonition tn
tho Pilgrims when ho bado them b
truo to tholr promise I quoto It
hero for It is worthy of being rend
by ovory ono on tho coming festival
"Illcssod will it be for ns blessed
for this land for this vast continent.
Nny from generation to generation
will tho blessings descend. General
tlons to como will look back to this
hour and theso scenes of ngonlzlng;
trial to this dny of small things and
say: 'Here was our beginning as a
people. Theso were our forofathors
Through their trials we inherit' oun
blessings. Their faith Is our faltb4
their hopo our hope their God out-
Seems to mo this Is n splendid wayi
of Impressing historical facts uponj
the minds of our young pcoplo and it)
does us older ones lots of good to)
turn our minds nnd hearts backwards
remembering tho times when this fair
land was not what It Is today and ten
say n prayer of thankfulness for those
who laid the foundation on such a
sound basis that wo may with grate-t
ful hearts colebrato our Thanksgiving!
All coat and dress sleeves continue
to bo small. '
Much gold and silver laco appears'
Shopping bags aro a bit smaller
than last season.
Suit coats arc generally short; sep-
mnto coats aro long.
Shnggy goods nro the order of tho-
day for outdoor wraps. '
Chamois is seen ns tho facing to the
brim of somo largo hats.
Wool embroidery Is tho latest trim-
ming for afternoon gowns.
A touch of purple In nearly any
tollot la a fnd of the season.
All street skirts aro short about
four Inches from tho ground.
Artificial flowers will be worn muoh
with evening gowns UiIb winter.
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Nesbitt, Paul & Reinmiller, G. A. Anadarko Daily Democrat (Anadarko, Okla.), Vol. 9, No. 256, Ed. 1, Monday, December 5, 1910, newspaper, December 5, 1910; Anadarko, Oklahoma. (gateway.okhistory.org/ark:/67531/metadc82450/m1/2/: accessed September 24, 2018), The Gateway to Oklahoma History, gateway.okhistory.org; crediting Oklahoma Historical Society.