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Olent« nllownd mo to look nt one. I
uni gratified that you did not forget •
suggeatlon I mnoe to Mlm Celeate that
you wear a gray fedora and a pink
•go that waa your idea.” waa II?. I
replied. I waa gratified to know that
1 had bought the hat aome montha be
fore in Now York, and aa for the pink
rose. K waa really a atrange coincl
dente that I should have purchased one
in the depot at Jersey City. Momen
tous events often hinge cn trtflea.
"The carriage will be waiting for us
at the depot,” the young men contin
1 had not expected to need a car
riage until we reached Boaton. but
when I discovered my unknown frienile
bad taken ao much trouble tor my
coke, 1 was minded to atop at Provi
dence. I did not know where my
strange companion, might be leading
me. but, a» I aa'd. I always take ad
vantage of circumstances. Then the
Incident of the gray fedora and the
pink rose conveyed a suggestion cf
The train commenced to slow up for
Providence. My companion arose, and
I followed bim when be leaped upon
A carriage attended by two footmen
was in waiting, and my companion
guided me to it. I was glad to see
footmen, for they usually signify
wealth. Evidently the mysterious la
dy I was about to visit was wealthy.
On thb other hand footmen arfr r. pt to
he inconvenient at times, unless one
knows how to handle them. I was In
such a atrange position that I would
have preferred doing without the foot
men at this particular time. Still, I
could not withdraw at this stage of the
game, and I always like to see my ad
My companion seated himself at my
side. Evidently, then, he was a llttie
better than a servant In this house
hold. Possibly the tnifler or steward.
1 made no effort to elicit any informn
tion, hut decided to be guided by
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, bows#, (Ilk a brood <rruida from
i ib<* parlor U«ib(«r and e interval ton
j that a tart* cutnpanv vti
t pmwwt. Aa we alighted. another rmr
, rla(* »hl< h bad beea Juai ahead of
! ua. fn>n tfcr curb, and a anil-
Ur> (laitlrtnao walked ap to (be bouar.
"W» are tml In lima Tbat la (hr
* mlslater," aatd toy guide. ~t will
j ahow you to your room. If you please,
ard you ran Join tbr company In tb«
l-arlor aa aoon aa yon arc ready. If
you oml in« you CM ring," hr aald. aa
jat niltFtd tba hallway. The btt-ad
•Uilrcaaa waa at hand, and I aa* aavad
the embarraaemwit of mart Inc any of
j the gtieala whom I might be reported
lto know, Catenir. alao. I cat-aped.
My room waa largr, and upon the
| bed e number c f package* were apread
lout. I opened one of them. It waa a
1 dozen a'lter apoona. A email card
read: 'To Mr. and Mre. George Mo
part: Congratulation#.” Evi<h*r.t!y the
| package waa Intended for me. Juat aa
! I took It up I heard the knob of my
I door turn, and utteonarioualy, I »Up
' ped It Into my pocket. *
j My companion of the train rnlered.
' Miaa O'.eite dealrea me to nay that
I she will meet you at the head of the
j stain In ten m'.nntea. and will deacend
j with you for the ceremony." aald the
i ‘Oh, thank you. William, la your
name William. I forget."
| "Jamas. air."
“Oh. very well, .tame#. By the way,
I when will the prearnts he exhibited?
II aiippoae the guests will want to look
at them before leaving."
"1 believe, air, they will be shown
“Very well, James, that will do.
I retied my rravat and then took an
other lock at the present*. I remem
bered afterward that I failed to return
that pin. Several other remarkably
rostly presents of small alze were alao
mining afterward, though I remem
ber perfectly seeing them on the bed
while I was in the room.
Thus far. a singular chain of circum
stances had led me into a delicate sit
uation. I followed first because I am
of an adventurous spirit. But now,
suddenly left aione among those cost
ly presents, I realized that it I de
clared the mistake the butler had made
In identifying me no one Would be
The butler might *ay that I was not.
the man-he met on the train. The real j
George Mopart might turn up at any
moment and brand me a» an impostor.
It would be a great Inconvenience to
me to remain over In Providence until
the next day. in order to prove that I
was the Innocent victim of a mistake.
All these things came to me at once.
I determined that as circumstances
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alloar.br 1 laa Joyed the raarkng of
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I dlallkad. bowtvcv. <0 have the
Journal make auch open Inainnalloßa
against lha honesty of the peraon Iho*
in.reduced hi Mr Mopcii a Ptaad. H
elated that la all probability the hui-
Thr bad atumbied upon a eiaver raaral
•ad crook In hit search for the bride
groom for a cumber of costly wedding
present*, which had been left in the
room with the supposed Mr Mopart,
had mysteriously diaatunared. aa hr
hlirrclf had done, but a few mlnnlca
b»f« re tha real Mr. Mopart had arrived.
He bad left behind him a small hand
gatchel. In which were found a tiuml*er
of Jimmies, skeleton keys, and other
articles used only by a certain class of
gentlemen. It waa the tiiacovery of
these articles that first aroused sus
picion. Thanks to the cleverness of
tone of the guest*, a good description of
the impostor had been furnished the
police and there ware hopes that ha
would speedily be apprehended.
As for the wedding, that had taken
place in spite of the excitement. The
Journal congratulates Mr. M< part on
arriving in time to prevent his lady,
too, from falling Into the hands of the
j I realized that It would, be very In
i convenient to act those good people
| right on the matter, and so left that
e.’ternoon for my usual outing at Bar
; Harhcr —Washington Post.
FITZ ON WAR PATH.
He Tried to Whip a Whole Hotel
Anderson. !nd., Nov. li, —Fitzsim-
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criticism of his ahow. atarted to clean
out the Hotel Poxey dining room force
! veeterday. He entered the (lining room
with hia hat on and was told by head
waiter Yokum that he must remove
It. Kit* took exception to the dicta
tion of the colored man. Yckum was
obdurate and gave the champion the
privilege of taking his hat. off or leav
ing the dining room. Fltz gave In. Af
ter breakfast he heard Yokum was
boasting and made a dive for the states
to clean out the whole force. His peo
ple and the hote 1 employes finally
tamed him and hurried him off to his
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