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«l 4MII *** why H OKHikl x»he may
' * to »* H M<l lb* hOOttrt
W |,(, mirv d'fi«s(* "You >w<»‘l h«fo’
And lb* bat *■'<! * Ob.
!,«, all fight. dear I upwi Glady.
bptnan la In* Hrt uggla*. W K*l
MwMrtf behlad all. fw
lb* rafilll »»■ bone «r
Itarlaa th* **coo4 art ib* ■»■»* ***•■
itr> Jlortifcev ram* oa for three wta
oln aril frtaked about a HUlr and
Mi* "Y*a. mr lady" and •
knowing tank out of bar left *>* at
,h- bad lord wbo was doing *o much
harm la an underhand war 10 tb#
hero. The look **» a»rant In th# play
to show the laity Ibat ah* waa fully
all,* to the bad lord'* wicked «arh!-;
nation* though aha knew her plar*
too wall to talk right out a lout them.
It *» tha on* chance Oladya Morti
mer bad to make a point, and O’adya
Mortimer —or Jana ft rnggln* or Ed'th
Win at <>n aa aha might b» —made tha
moat of It.
tint who »h* did that bit aha bad U»
turn bar hand a little aa aha mad*
th* **lt. and a* aba did no. tb* ha*
tn tha ataiia turned and looked at th*
bonnet, and the tx.no*! without turn
ing gave a furtive glano- at tb* bat
just for tha tiny pan t»r a atxond —,
M If to aa* If tb* hat ware took.ng at
bar. . ,
Than tha hat amlled at th* atag* al
though there was nothing going on at
• hat moment that waa cuicutatod to
provoke a emlle —Indeed It waa lu*t
coming to Ita aerloua climax. And
while the hat waa amillng In the
wrong place, while aba should have
been looking «**rr and aarloualy in,w ‘ |
aated. tha bonnet was blushing and
looking annoyed. Tbe hat presently
looked around again at th* bonnet j
a look as If for no particular reason
or aa If ah* only wanted to make aura
that the bonnet wa* quit* comfortable i
and enjoying th* performance. At
last the laat act catne to an end. This
time It waa the hat that apoke flrat.
•'lsn’t ahe good?”
“Wrto?” said the velvet bonnet.
"What’a her name—Jane Scrug-j
’ Oh! Tea, ahe doe* It very wall. what;
Utt.le she has to do. It’s dreadfully
hot In here, don’t you think?
•Oh I don't know." said the hit.
••You've got that heavy wrap on. Why j
don’t you throw It hack?"
• This? Why, it Isn’t heavy.”
"Don't you know—’’
•What?” said the bonnet. “Hay*,
"Thanks, they are awfully good, j
Where did you get them?”
"What were you going to say Jusi
••You began something.”
■■Oh, nothing. Oh. yes. Did you
notice how like poor Edith’s way she
did that little turn of her head? Don't
"Gladys Scroggins—'The maid.”
•‘Oh! Gladys Mortimer, you mean.
You seem to have made up your mind
ihat her name Is Scruggirs.”
"Oh, no. I haven’t. I have serious
doubts about it now-since that look
that turn of the head. Don t you
■ermmbcr a little way Edith had of
leaning her head just a little?"
-Not particularly. I wish they would
open the doors or something. This
place is stifling.''
"How do you mean 'Not particu
larly.* You didn't, notice It particular
ly or you don’t remember it particu
"Really, Kate,”, the bonnet said,
with an artificial iangh, “you are get
ting to be like a cross examining law
yer. I wish they would open those,
doors.” V , .
And th" Wmhe! turned around and
looked behind her to see if the doors
were opened so a* to I*l a little ai-
I*b Y%g tel ekw* hpsAwi tastatsA awA
[ rtgfkat as t%9" gb»4 ih* tamprt,
uHmivMml un t ib* b«Mi which tb*
Mai la tb* Walla bad *al4 u all 1
bar as R 4 b Wlaatwa. Tbla lita lb*
J a,, tt w4pn| ib* bowart amt lb# hnaart
gave • lilt)* ahrrwg and taebtal barb, aa
if tb* <u.i not taka mark latareat la lb*
•sal* of ib* play,
Wb*a II was over 9b* hat began chat -
i lag tntaMy as I bey tnaa to go.
"I bavaa’l lb* laaal 4n«M ahowt It
saw,” sba said “It a RdMb and ao cm*
alas. Ita y**a iblak w» > ught la go aw I
I*s*» orir cards behind lh* sraara? I
wonder if sb» knows* I m**a. Wlkhil
yon and Mari* Oh. of course It
n.uldn’i make way dißcraa** If sh*
did It was all off bet we*a them long
before She a cat »wt I wonder bow
It cam* aboui * I thought she waa go
ing »o be a typewrit** ta Chlgsgo,
<U4a*t yaw? Hut It mast be a llr
embarrassing tor Imwrte,”
"Why?” snapped tb* Uasrt.
"Ob, | mean Just when yodr engage
m<«t haa been aagowiiced, yw know
*Tm sure I don't rare. I bop* she*
making a great success oa th* atag*.
Th* oely wonder to «n* la that her
mother let her do It "
"Taa.” said lb* bal. *’thry w*r* ao
I vary particular.”
"But, of courar. ‘Need* must when
—what are yon laughing at?”
*’l hup* you don't mean that th* devil
drove poor Kdltb on to th# atag**"
' Poverty- much the same thing.”
said the velvet bonnet. "Now, I yon
der If that young man ha* gone ontalde
Into the lobby to wait tor ua. aa he aaid
By thl# tlm* they were beginning to
walk with rather leva of a football
struggle. They were near the door,
where th* crowd wa* thinner. Boih
the young women were craning th<lr
necks thl# way and that, looking for
the velvet bonnet'* dance, who should
hav# been waiting for them hi the lob
As they passed through Iho door
some one tapped the arm of the velvet
bonnet, and she turned quickly to face
the missing eacorL
• Yen.” he said, though with less of
npology In his tone than might have
been expected of him, "I thought I'd
juaf drop In and take a look at It.”
"We saw you," said the hat. but he
only gave her a distant bow.
"We saw some one else we knew,”
said the bonnet.
"Yea," lie said, "I’ve been talking to
"Did you go back to the stage to see
her’’’ the hat asked with a mischiev
"I did. I beard some news—about
“Do tell me.” said tbe hat.
Somehow tbe young man seemed to
lake thl* news very much to heart. !c
fact he spoke to the hat. though po
litely, In a decidedly severe ton.
Miss Winston let fall, pertly by ne
eident. the reel reason of their going
away to Chicago. Mrs. Winston Is
with her. From Mrs. Winston I got
the rent of the story while Edith was
on the stage. You—yes. you—told
Edith that I had openly said that my
chief reason for wishing 1o marry her
was, tbe wish to ir'vo her and her
mother a home, When did
“Don’t let’s have a scene,” the bon
net Interrupted. “Please come and see
me at 8 this evening.”
And at 8 that evening the velvet bon
net took an engagement, ring from her
finger and ga*e It back to the man
who had put It there a few weeks bc
fore - .
And that lady’s maid part was the
last pfl"t played by “Gladys Mortimer
in her professional career.—Buffalo
For Whooping Cough
use CHENEY’S EXPfctC
Miss Elizabeth Cheney, of Wellesii-y,
Mass., has presented to Colorado col
lege a valuable pipe organ for the au
ditorium of the new building now be
ing erected on the college cainpus. It
j» given in memory of Miss Ch*n?y s
brother, Charles Paine Cheney, who
died at Colorado SprinH* io February.
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11 have ge*ar laM •ta tW I haww of
Mae* I • a# lew* ”
| There was a dead *iVw** «•** **” k '
eg by Ike voire of lh* waplf*. who sold
la g 4*#9”*rwlo tesh "Ota tka biebtU’
| A boaiwew* iwaa baa a daartier and
ahn a cwafldsgilal rlarrk. and tbe ww
gdeattal elerk ha* foe torn* tlm* K«*
al!*atlv* to 9k* daughter, hut ta ha*
sol suffi. icr.t courage to ess* 90 lh*
point, bough the young woman has
a scar dog* anything lo srare him olf.
fur hr la g ftretwlMw follow In rwry te
spert. The other ever.taa h* was mak
ing a roll, and about » o’clock her folk*
<cr ram* In.
1 "Ah. ffoom*.* he sold, "how about
that deal we were talking about tbla
afternoon? D - you see the parly"*
“Tea. air, and I nperted to are you
, this evrgigg and toll yon shoot It.”
"My dear.” said th* father, turning
to bin dnughler ’’will you retire tor a
few minute*? George want# to apeak
buxine** tor a while,"
The daughter roe* up. hot hesitated.
"Why do 1 hare to go?" ahe aaked
i "s-eesuae. dear.” answered !t*e fath
er. “you err not Interested. Why do
you want to atay ?”
j Sh* blushed and started out
"Because, papa,” ah* twittered. "I’d
rather Ilk* lo hear George talk busi
ness Just once,”
Then George got red. and the father
looked at them both slgnllleantly. and
the girl Bat-
Mr Hardin Norris, clerk of the drug
store of ft. Shoemaker. Perry. HI .
1 says: * A o»nn came Into our store th*
I other day and said. T want a bottle of
; that Stuff that saves children's liven.
The children m *>' * M •d''* w h, ' n
(cannot gut.the doctor quick enough.
■ It’s th* n»yl|cln# you sell f-ir croup.
Ho aJlud»w»-Jt" Chamberlain* Court
Itemedy. utel bought « bottle tieforc Ho
| left the shun F'>r sale by Alexander
Drug and Heed Co., C. K. Parr or B#U
Tower Drug Co.
THE BAND IS O. K.
The Tenth Regiment Band One of the
!to the Editor of The Herald—
j Hlr: I notice some Individual that has
an axe to grind sought to roaat the
tenth Ohio Volunteer Infantry band In
The Tenth band will pay no attention
to it but In Justice to the Augusta
people and Band Leader, Mastern, let
me way thin:
All th** local papers prave flood notice
or the concert l«Ht Thursday. Th-
Tenth hand were out of luck at ramp
Mcode, but, under a new scheme tyl'li
new men and pieces, the men nvi v
think the band will lx? one of the tan*,
if not th- best In the corps.
Augustan* can see and hear Ad
themselves the line concert to be held
I with the game next Thursday or Fri
day evening at the armory wlth f rc
( T \vn’nM kindly ask The Herald jta<M
all papms of the city to get these |>|r
ties to give their nanieu to articles. Re
B. DeHART. Manager,
T«nth Ohio Volunteer Infantry Indoor
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