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t»AGE FOUR BLYTHEV1LLE. (AUK.) COURIER NEWS 13, 1J)C THE BLYTHEVILLE COURIER NEWS THE COURIER NEWS CO., PUBLISHERS - , Oi R. BABCOCK, Editor , H. W. HAINES, Advertising Manager Bolt National Advertising Representative*: Tlie Tfcomw F. Clark Co. Inc., New York, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Dallas, San Antonio, San Francisco. Chicago, St. Louis. Published Every Afternoon Except Sunday. . Entered as second class matter et the post office at-BlYthevllle, Arkansas, under act of Congress October 8. 1917. __ Served by the UnllttJ Press SUBSCRIPTION KATES By carrier In the city of Blythcvllle, IBc per week or $6.60 per year to advance. By mall within a radius fit 50 miles, $3,00 per year, $1.60 lor six months, 85o for three months; oy mall In postal zones two to six, Inclusive, KUQ'pcr year, In*zones seven isd eight, $10.00 per year, payable In «l7»nce. Hoover and Prosperity Some . qf •. Engineer Hoover's ' frieiuls in Washington feel that he lias been -guilty of a "political blunder" in adopting ;i luke-wimii, not to say obstructionist attitude toward measures designed to afford relief from the ill effects of drouth and business depression. If it j were no worse than that the president would merit congratulations. It is the political opportunist, net the sincere and capable public leader, who avoids political blunders. ButjWr. Hoover lias not only out- ragsd'public opinion. He has failed to meet with constructive action the most serious -situation this\country has faced since''the world war. And he has established the insincerity of the platform on which he stood when asking election. The Republican party, since its early days, has stood sponsor for tariff subsidies and other privileges and advantages the direct benefits of which go to a very small proportion of the American people. It has sought to justify this policy with the claim that these special favors, through the encotiragc- ni£iit which they, give tq industrial and other productive activities, are essential' to the welfare and prosjKrity of the country as a whole. And in a general way the prosperity which the country has enjoyed has given sufficient support to this-theory to keep the Republican party in power'{he greater part of the time. It was. a policy._QI_ loading 'the bitti- qset•• table of the'few" ttP'Siicfi' a point that crumbs enough would fall for the many, and it seemed to work for awhile. But now that there has been a collapse Mr. Hoover, as the advocate in chief -of the .Republican theory, fails to recognixg any real responsibility for the welfare of the people for whom there are no more crumbs. Under pioneer conditions the United Stutcs was n nation of more or less stalwart and independent citizens, most of whom were pretty much able to take care of themselves in emergencies, economic or otherwise. Much as it may be regretted, that is not the ensa now. The passing of our free land, the development of an industrial in place of an agricultural order, and thc- supplanting of the l.irgdy self-suffici- ent funnel- by Hie specialist in a single crop, have all contributed to the inability of many of our people to take care of themselves in times of ccorto- mic stress. It is no answer lo say that with proper intelligence, foresight and self dcniiil all of our people ought to be iu a position lo meet such interruptions of American prosperity as that which we arc now experiencing. Such a state-, menfj is not, altogether true, in the first place, and if it were true it would assume qtiivlities which many good people do not possess, and which received lil- lle encouragement from Mr. Hoover and his party until very recently. Jlr. Hoover and his party have told the American people jf you will lake care of us we will take care of you. They have helped to build up a conviction that prosperity is somelbiii!; thai is controlled from Washington, tint! that all that is necessary to maintain it is lo keep good Republicans on the national payroll'. If Mr. Hoover docs not feel relief juslilied-from human: considerations, he ought lo-appreciate Hint good faith demands every effort for the fulfillment of the prosperity promises which he made only a short time ago. The people who voted for him did not understand' then Unit he was talking only of the prosperity of those who were already exceedingly prosperous. They do not appreciate now his fears lest any action to help the great mass of American citizens may involve some slight increase in the burden upon those who still have incomes big enough to, pay taxes on them. SIDE GLANCES By George Clark «H lliem. Miss Frances I. Perkins,! ilic New York stale commissioner! of labor, has been demonstrating j how jobless men in one slate can) be sent to vacant jots i:i another. : Because she kept in touch with the ofllclals of labor In New Jersey, for Instance, she was recently ab!e lo send 400 men to a manufacturing Industry in New Jersey whlcn could use them. Would Aid •.Technologists "The employment, agency system would do a great deal to increase Information about the Increasingly serious problem of technological unemployment. It might lead Indirectly to tne establishment of vocational schools (o aid in necessary adjustment. We can't let these people, thrown out of work by machines, be sacrificed on tho altar of progress. "President, Gilford of the American Telephone and Telegraph company says one reason for delay in meeting depression problems ha« been our insistence on looking at conditions through rose-tinted | glasses. Obviously, we can never solve problems unless we admit facts." Wagner says the House leaders cut the heart out of his advance planning bill before allowing it to! be passed. Wigner's measure as passed by the Senate would have created a nagency to carry out tiie plan. The measure passed by the • House, he says, is a mere declnra- I tlon of policy with no mention of ] his proposed advance planning' board. The two varying bills arc now in conference between the House and Senate. I Be Sure You're Right—•' -THE. SWK \VAS JUST ANOTHER USELESS flSH.fttf DO NO) MOW HUcf FINE VEWliER ^S'rWr. HKM tfS SKIN ASp AN EXCELLENT OIL FROM tfs 1 LIVER? airVESE EVEN MAKE GELATIN PROM •« DRIED /, ^ ;wi.,—_——•— f / N >.\ v l O ~—"Y "Now stoii lilling up on bread." The Windmill Cuba M. Higdon. In view cf the danger of catching "rabbit fever", hunters arc advised not to shoot rabbits which do not run. Well. I am going to heed thai, advice, and, so far as I nin concerned, all the rabbits can consider themselves perfectly safe from being harmed by me, because 1 can't hit them when they do run. * -Y -V- Owing to the fact Ihr.t so many people have been poisoned heretofore by drinking, through mistake, denatured alcohol, deadly poison will not be used in It hereafter. However, it will be "drink-proof on account of it tasting like "spoiled eggs and garlic", so the c'nemisls state. f- ••{• * Those poor chemists! And they didn't know Hint the fellows around here used spoiled eggs and garlic to remove the. taste from their mouths after drinking some of the lirtnor made these days! There is a growing sentiment ucainst using X in the spelling of Christmas. But the drys have always been fighting against the use of XXX in Christmas. A scientist, has made a movie of molecules in action. There may be suspense in such a film but the solution is apparent at once. For miming the six-day bicycle r?cc iu New York the other clay, two men were awarded a prize of 510,000. Not so bad for a couple of pcdnlars. OUT OUR WAY ^WASHINGTON "LETTER DOW BLAME -ife StCfCH POR. E BAGPlP£,FOR iR INVENTION, if WAS ran r nr , Elowly ill pursuit that he was re-ling a thriving business and FKM)EltICKSHURG j moved from command and replaced : been forced lo add two n-on t< 1 On D3C. 13. 1SS2. the Confedei- • by Burnside. ; force. Sale of live gallons cf • ates, under Lee. scored one of their i Burnside proceeded al once clirie' means some poor child is : most decisive victories cf the Civil; agaimt Richmond, and en the way! ed t the amunt f 15 cents. War when they defeated Burnside's-encountered Lee at FreiiericVisuurg, I . Union army at Fredericksburg. w ]i cre ) le WBS strong entrenched! GOM1 I\' TEXAS HILLS ij»y HOnNEY DUTCllnlt | system of state employment ex- Up to this time the South and i along the hills on the south bank, AUSTIN'. Tex.. (UP) — Thei NEA Service Writer | changes, would bring men to tlie) North each had won "an important, of the Rappahannock. Burnsirfe : still "gold in them thar hills WASHINGTON. Dec. 13.—It was . available jobs and create an inter- battle. First Lee had vanquished | was defeated with a loss of 12.001 Teras. A report of the U. S.' March, 1028, that Senator Rob- j state exchange of labor. Today one | Pop" at Bull Run and then McC!el- men. after which he was supcrsed-1 reau of Mines sho,vs gold pro t F. Wagner of New York first stale is ignorant of economic con-1 )an turned the tables on I.ee at ed by Joseph Hcoker. i lion frrrn mines in Piosldio'Co' ditions in Ihe others; it has no way Anticlam, where, on Sept. 17 there: - I j n 1923 totaled $26,433. This i' of knowing. The proposed system !< "urrec! Ihe "bloodiest single day GARAGE OWXEll AIDS POOR I than doubles the 1928 produci would function constantly, with a of ^fighting of the war." • OTTAWA, O., (.UP)—Announce-1 Presidio mines also poduced Sj centralized bureau In touch with all """ '" states. Alter Antietah. Le? retreated ment has been made by Jerome- 1G8 worth of silver, 553,298 wi across (he Potomac, leaving Me- Laubenthal, proprietor of a garage; of lead and a small amount of! Clellan in pcsscssirn of the fiehl. near here, thai lie would give the! per. Gold was found also in • '•The least we can do is to see! President Lincoln then ordered Me-' profits from sole of garaga products! ncrson and Hudspeth counties. : hat when there are jobs to be had I Ctellan no!, to get cff "without be- the remainder cf the year to aidi ' i pretended total Ignorance of tlio J1IAMTA sitl.lM U murdered m ItrlilKf- Sux[ilclun ri-fctx uu iirnrlj- all of her KliesCa. SI'K- n.u. i:\ vi-:sTii:A'rim uUMJF.i-:, li-fl It, Ilir h.nur will, I.YI1IA. the iii^M. Eiflrr III* r*:iinin:]t[pn at Ihe KIK-^IS, And* from .Mtn'q chcck- Inn,!: llmt Khr Ur|»i>t.Elca $M1.U|JO shu-f *hr- "mur. InilK-ntlnp liln^'k- tii:ill: nnil Ihm ihc itnid l.yilln flu a *wi-k. Aller finJInK hrr will, Kralcd "nil rrdiu-iifcl, lie fnTCCB l.ylln lo :Ldiiill th:il ,Ml.i h.nil Ibrotrn cnr- liolir nclcl In her fiu-p. burning lu-r hcirrihly. ithru l.jilln IclrD to ke».|, Mm front killing hcrftclT. I.yill.i ssiji H!II. liMril ,Mt.i, nnil hrr. Inrlinllnpr :i lirtiii/c Inrup \rllh :, liniUci, rml[>. They :irr Interrupted IJT MILKS, nne of In, k^js lir has roi !:il,-.. l.ji'.ln Ii, lilt linu,r. If he skirt halfway to the ankles, and ulee ileniandcrl Tensely. Fnr Prirln ticthiccti his three bills designed meet tbc pro-jicin of uncmuloy- cnt. There had been an tnv.istinl nouut of idleness in that «inter id the country has heard :i great al about unemployment sine?, but iere Is still some doubt \viicthcr ic three bills will become !.v,v be-! thi>t WIlen lllere are J° DS lo De naa I '•''"'an not, to get en "without be- the remainder cf the yea. .. .. .. ore the present. Congress r-xprlss idle meu capable ot filling them can! ing hurt"; but McClellan moved so the poor. Laubenthal has been do- 1 March, 1931. I At the outset Wagner's was a olce in the wilderness. No one aid much attention to him. Then :ie Senate passed alt three bills at .s last session. The HOUR' passed lie one providing for collection of inemploymcnt statistics, but Ihcrc vas a conspicuous failure lo pro- ide any money for such collection. .'lie House ' cmnscniatej" almost ompletely the Wucncr bill to crc- itc an advance planning board lo >repare for unemployment cnicr- jcncies and merely bimci! t!-.e third, vhicli would give federal- aid lo >tnte employment agency system's. Now, as Congress talks about j I'tjc KLins for emergency unem- [ tloyment relief, Wagner is in a po- j sitlon to suggest that If the three' bills had been passed two years o Ihe nation would have been able to meet its depression with facilities which would have been al least partially effective. He believes the remaining l-.vo tnl'.s will t; [>asscd iu this session and that money will be voted lor collection of statistics, but he isn't sure an:l he says he can't get it through his head why the program wasn't made into law long ago. Scrs Prosperity Hope I hoiie these bills may still l-.elp re-establish good limes." Wagner Read Courier News Want AdJ ANNE AUSTIN 'THE BUCK PIGEON* . "THE AVENGING PftPSOT' " MURDER BACKSTAIRS note's contents? "I'll read you tho note, Lydia." lie Eaid, gently. "It Is addressed, My precious old Lydia — "' "She wag always calling me that!" tbe. maid sobbed. TII.M'KV (lie l)ii ,1,-rrt Ihr hc trlU l.yilhi nf ciidv M(:iN ulll It, her. hrr fr.-ir at ln-iliR . l,jill:i 1% Irfl CM-rylh lll, :ini) Ilierr N nUn l.-iclirt ,lriu:ni,H frnn r. £]v?nr: l[iMri]r[tnn« c-mnrillnii. says. "Their wi.idam has been in- i dlsputnbly proved by cvcnu of the ; last year. I would prefer to be optimistic, but no one knows how bad I M>W U0 0.\ WITH TIIF. STOKV CHAPTER XXII t'-J'I.i. rcail the nn'.c lo you, I*ydla, bat I can't let yru touch it," K'lMO — ,' APPEARfXMCE OF "A ND she writes: 'If you ever read tills It ivlll be because I'm dead, and you'll know that I've tried to make it up to you the only way I knew. I never could believe you really forgave ine, but maybe you will now. And tbcro is cue last tiling I want you to do for me, Lydla darling. You remember tliat old royal blue velvet dress of mine that you wero always sniffing at and cither trying to make me give away or have ma'lc over? And remember that I tolil you that you'll know sometime why I kept It? Well. I want you to lay mo out in it. l.yilia. Such a funny, olcl-fasli- ioncd shroud, isn't It? But conditions are going lo be this win- j Dundee sai.l sternly, warding off ler. Last week in New York I saw | the woman's frantically clutching a breadline where a prii'st serves; bnr.iU—lakinr. good care that her ~' ' li:i-crs should not (ouch cither Ihe rapcr on which the note to herself bad hcen wriltcn or tbo sheet v.-hich contained her strange, in- fnimal will. Informal, l.i spite of Ihc drad woman's obvious effort to courli it in lei;al phraseology. \\'TS l.ydia's frenzy assumed? Did slie bopc to leave lingerprinis simp'ie ralions to the hungry. Thcrj were 5000 persons in tliat line en a Sunday adernonn'. Ti:rce things are so sickening that 1 know when ^ the people understand the unemployment problem they will solve it promptly. "The old theory that government should keep out of th?se Ilitngs has been destroyed. It it docs, the capitalistic .sy.-:c:n is going to be challrnsctl—anil I favor that system." Viewing condition? as they naiv exist, Wagner explained to the interviewer how his three measures <love-tailed. each one highly important In itself. "The bill for «.uisi:cs furnishes a barometer which -,nl] ; ( .;i us when a depression is lliytalom-.l as well as how serious II ucc.-mcs and cn- with dresses long again, maybe ii won't look so funny, and there"! be nobody but you and Lois to see 1:10 iu It, because I've said EO in my will. And 1 want my hair dressed as it was tho only time 1 evc-r woro the royal blue velvet. A • "Antl : - yesterday— i Dn slecves with long poiuled ends. ined with gold taffeta, ami finished >S with gold lassels. It's In a dress jag, hanging in her closet." "Do you think it was her wedding dress, Lydia?" Dundee suggested, tho idea suddenly flashing nto his mind. "I don't know. 1 didn't ask her that," Lyilia licuieQ dully. "Can I alto It with me—and the switches sbc had made out of her curls'.'" "'LL have to get authority to re" move auythiug from the house. Lydia," Duailec tolil her. "But I am sure you will bs permitlcd to follow Mrs. Selim's Instructions . . So you're going to accept tbc Miles' offer ot a Job as nurse?" "Yes. I'd rather work. Mr. anil -Mrs. Miles have always been specially nice- to me. and 1 — 1 conlcl she bad been elriveu lo niakiug hi ast w-ll and "She was home-all dny. but aboi;, lalf-past four Mr. .nra';e came'; Lydia Eaid slowly, as i! she u were wondering. "Shu wr.s-awCu! restless, ccnldn'l set still or cat, ought lo have sitspieioned soni thiiig, 1/ut she was often like 111 —lately. Mr. Drake stayed alio an hour. I didn't see him leave, b cause 1 was cooking N'ita'a dJnm. . But little good it did. hecan she didn't ei'.t it. so '.hero v, plenty for .Mr. Sprajne when dropped In about seven." luvo their children. They're not— afraid of me—" "Perhaps you're V.-JBO." Dundee ngroorl. "By the way, Lydia. did Mrs. Sellm have a pistol in her possession at any time during the past wee!;?" Tho maid shook her head. "Not "D French roll. Lydia, with little curl: thai I seen. AnU if sbeM sol one jbcd.'that "she ..«, .. > „ . coming out tbc left sido ot it and because she was afratcl. she'd Uul now 1 think bark, her TO ID Spraguo spend tho e\ iiing?" "1 s«es3 so, but 1 clnn't ki-.n N'ita made nit tlrtve into lovai f a pictuic show. SEic wns In i) when I got back, niul"—but s checked herself hastily. "Did Nila seem strange—lit !)!ed. excited? Did she Icol: i'.n she'll been crying?" lj!u;d prodded. "I didn't ECO her." the malrt knowlcdycd. "1 knockcil on 1 door, but she told me to so on wouldn't u-jt'd baugiug down to tlio car. Von la-kept It bandy ami I'd a-becnU, brush the hair straight up the Irack of the bead, gather it together and tic a little bit ot black sb^esliins around it. then you twist U-.o hair into a roll and spread it high, pinning It down on each side of the now which would account for lin-i l:or "'. And don't /orjct the Ulllc i;crprluls she had already left upon it? Was it not possible tli.it Lydia's- bound to sco it." Convinced ot her sincerity, he wag about lo let her go lo pack her bag when another belated question occurred lo him. "Lydia, will yon tell me what engagements Mrs. Selim had Ihis last week?" The woman scowled, fanatically curls on the Ic/l sidct "'1 bore I have enough hair. b«l 'jealous. Dundee guessed, of her mis liail been the iirylng lingers which j" " basn't grown Ions enough,; ircss 1 rcpulatlon. but at last she bod oncticil ihc envelope aftc . v °" know wlicro tliose switclic.i arc ' answered defiantly: "Let me see. .. . . Selim had scaled It with God only ', ""t I hat! made when I first lobhcd ' . . . Mr. Spraguc had Sundny clin- won't mind ncr hore, and spent the afternoon, knew nliat foors In her heart? 11 f». Lydia Carr had found that she was her r.iislrcss' sole legatee. . . . Kcvcuge. coupled with greed. . . . What boiler motive for murder cnulil bad had so soofl aa importunity as ra V l lalr . You , touching me when I'm ilc.id, will but Sunday nisbt it was young Mr. ! .™' ,^, ydl:lj ' ^ lovo ycu - • • • K-ilpli Hammond. Ho come when- N'i'i'-'" (ever she'd let him. . . . Monday Dunclee was silent for a ir.inute I night? . . . Oh. yes! Kbc had din a ilclcclivc ask? Ami who | riflcr il0 liai1 'iuishcil roculi::- ii;e! nc-r at Hie Country Club wiih t!'f ji, ni . ijueer. . . . .Maybe- stio it crying, but 1 iloti't know—" "And this niorriii$s'- ; " "Sho sccmeil all rijhi—ji;st c'icil nbosit the farly, :it:cj \vnrr. about r.'.y tootb. .Mr. llr-.lpli !:•> niontl con.e to nnai;^ on fjiiithiug up Ibo top iioor, n we left blni hero -" "What w;is l:cr .1 Mr. Mik-s -.viitn he her tbia mornini;-.'" riiptod. "Mr. .Miles 1 .'" l.ydia ci'Jioe frowning. "Ii..- v,n:--:i't | : ,: r c Mi morning, or if he v,.^. u v .as afl< Nila ami 1 kfi t,,, t,n. ;i ." While I lie inaiil *;LC ab!es us to put o'.n- advance plan- , ^.^ Ci ,, r 10 lMsrosc ot Ulo wtl!V " IIIIIIT iiinnlimr:-^- Fr>r ,,,,>,1in ,,'/»rl-r _ ning machinery for public work in ojieralion. ! Ccultl Gel (luid; .Slart "With an ad\.i:u-.- pl.iniiing organization we will h> all ready 13 : start, with plans am! specifications, j It usually takes six 01 .-nen month-;' or even n year to ;o'. a public con- i stritction program i-mlrr way. even! 1 in emergencies, av.rt during th-\t '. . time depressions mon-iy intensify. ! Public conslrtiction pr.i grains which i arc begun al once c.in take np thr ! ^ack during a ponod n. which pri- ! j vale industry will h,ne ,i chance t; a — recover Itself. "We teem to n,i nw.-i o: cur pub- ' ; lie works in poriixts o: pvosjicrlty. , Pri\-.ile indiif-try J'I.IA; . u^ greatest I expansions in suc;i •,•.:,;,-% and o-.ir ] public oftlcials sl-.uv evicily th: j f-ainc tendency. Whir -AC c'.iglu I".' do. as everyone acivp;. is to hohl up public work^ lor ;l-o rccossln:-.? cxreiii for those -, i-.c'i ,<ro rcnllv necessary. bliangc noto and had riiun:cil u! Mileses and tlie Drakes ami n]lk|] Tl:e woninn slun:pcd heck, an agony of pEciiiling in h^r single oye. "I.ydla. I think yoii know a|. rc.nly what this note tells you," I)i:ntlee siiitl slowly, w.-itolilng her si-arml. s-.vollcn face hitctilly. To his astonishment the main r.r>iUlo(l. Hie (cars slartlns again. "1 ll> " 10 envelope, along wit;-. !i ; , , v i||. -^t last lie broke in on ll.o desolate sobl ' iD3ofNila ' 31nai<1: Danlaps. Mr. Mile* brought be: home, because Mr. Sprag'.io wa.^n'l invitoct. . . . Tuesday night—lei "l.ydia, how old v,-.-.s your mis- "ie think! . . . Vc^. that s Cie trc-;s?" [i:ishl Juils" Marshall v,-as here. "You won : t pat It in II.<> r.apers. ^i ( a hail sent for him lo talk about will yoiiJ" Lyi'.ia pleat!'.,!. • sii? i f.nibhing up Ihe atlic—" —she was—33. But not 2 cjul know ! So lhat was the "business en it ex.~c>t me—" j -Epcn-.cnl" which Jiidi;i! Jlarslinll "Ami will yoa tell rnc Inw old ! h.-.'a huninied ami hawed over. Dim- Hie royal blue velvet dress is';" he. dee reflected triumphantly. " _ me i |)( , ruro F[lc v ]: .. I.e. v „.:,. ,•.,'-, ; nicl-iii- ..„,;, ,^ L ' ' ' ' a-.^ay jnincd Tracey Milr.-. -.-.-;.,, i ;al | nini bii>is?!f as c(iriif. : ;::i!i: t ns imssib j ia Ihc living ro;i:n. ! "I.villa's :;r.in- wiMi y.-.ii. anil grateful tnr >oar ui[; JS kind"C^^ Danilcc lufnrnicil !::m. ;tni ] IM |: heart wi-.ini 10 u,.- nnrcjoai egotistical, liu-,} rl...::;!, c f a I-..T when he saw inw j:j| C5 - f ace i hip with real pU-vivc. -ily »' dec's carefully workcd-up case And il was during tho war th.it jsnlcl to me the wished Mr- 1'clcr against her. It was inconceivable, girls woro their hair that «ay —I 'liked her as well as Mis' Uis did.' no l:r,o lowu." he told himself, that a mind cuu- i:ing caough to have executed this iliil mine In a Psycho knot, but the ' "Tbura French roll was more slylisl:." iniiriior wouM give itself awcy si^cli a f.isiiion. If she had Indceil about the ona time she amoiiR her mistress' papers, dress?' 1 i ay ni^ht?" Ralph Hammond took bcr ,s« anil Nila h:id "Mr. yilf.=." 11,;;,,,,. |, csru , S |,-.-, ly. tliron-ia.; frcwKtncrs and [• "The third bill, for a federal aia ., a» >'0« Ioi: is S tir\ t,, !; ,MI,c.r, Itiil ! asn I "Pin-cclr.ie it a lot if ym ,M lo ll n Xila I frankly whether j-.i-j i-.,->li-cil at, ar.;! fn^inil the will and nc'tc-. wmiM I Lyilia shock her hcail. "N.>. Sl.r .never ivouhl lc-1 me :-:t u|> for her thia: i;:iu^ ;.il i:i liammr.i-.t. 1 . L -, t!:c r,,u, fiom tha most primiiive t nnulJirt talk alitii:' il—ju-t saiil,—.-nid 1 ncodcil my rest. Sj 1 ai- i "cr tll ' s m^vi.in-:' Instinct ot solf-rrcEcrvalioB, havo 1'ii know sometime why she kept ••, I was s went lo bed early." ' O'o & i.v,i(:uuc<1} "Did your mistress ever '.ell ymi somewhere to dinner, to woro the ! olhor town. 1 ilii:ik. bat 1 ' awako when they got home.

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