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• hors\ k fer he reetegnized here- This leadr o e. r a W ile lettea:i otter in th.• inahltemee, n of end .111 :l._ t c oll! orry the discipline at the (111101 States eastern Belem! railway over tie• Naval neadenit. Under the protellee oof tiatiges. froga i la.. stas'i.. i,, Sora (alas. If .Itianias lived to.lay and ran tlio l.ittoed Is the First Requisite In Get - t oo , :he Best Resultc-Study Re- lation of Each Building. Survey of the World's News HOLDS HIS CUSTOMEHS (.../ .11 113 f, THE TRUTHFUL MERCHANT - I Man With Money to Sporn! Wilt Avoid '1E princirde that el ioss win tie ,s_ si os 1,, a .• e el Enelish the Dealer Who Misrcpre.sents IMNNING TO MAKE FARM Goo es He Has taSell. REAL. ATTRACTIVE HOME. the department :Intl the aelidemy an- Ow Warp II( i (.. I. i.oreer Ili. il.1:11.111 I Leell Ille xvolt ehorities for years 011selplinary meas- I lirk te ihonsilm•l- way fr.. 1:1 j.. 11 . 1 1 . 8 1ng th. I. t ot 11108 linve been enforecti witli lion owe a Soot to It .1 II. ''\ ! tileir 1111111 earned hand. Now, however. the Won deter- the stterot 111‘er. It\' h. palreal:Ze the 111:1 11 W11.. mined upon will 1eC4ig11110 1.“-t that Slian 1 11 iti: lir. river. the o I taw. III ii •oittliful spires must have a vent i..ca- i:11111 , a ell :.t.-'-1.Li ran i . I s filonally, rind the youngster whe get, 1 1 ern %%la I e 1.4/11rtell oll Erns-aye/4 , 1 i ' I Iii . 1/42:111 a +A hole lif.i.V sllit ,,r (+Jibe-, into 11)15 Iii nit! t I i I I Mi.. AP ..tri_214_ So i fairies tin g•ratiite lifers, front Iiilks, ao•rooss the str1ag. lie said Vt It harshly as the 11111 Ileigeoll olli.er of o . to to t e: - Suet' :':«-.. - s as those just shit mature years. l'unishineuts stioli as ...t- i TO HONOR ARIUNDSEN 1,12; eao't he lo , •al. They ono:1111(.1d the Ira gtord duty and ecwititlentent to ! coptset soolimi-on st i!! 1 •• efficinIty essist.os ii oh' tm s est , no . Ittilta .. , quarters ontl Weaves will lal:e lite : -..1 .. 1 .c,iii ,i1 in ntris 1 .:.• tli , • I .',• i li Ileis- ...„ ii „, y . „.ili 11111 Airiiii „ thi , ‘ „ will place of the more th•astie peoalties . to-tele. et so,•iet it I too. 11- :-• o' 'll 1 .4 ;. ,1 * nod fade: they'll last It hundred ' years. I t ' : '\ ' • • ' Lit. I .' ' • •\. 1 L I., o forth. - said Itilks. \upon the street. •\1!'\gs! huh-i' \ 1\I 1\w\ ' l ' : ti\' \Wel. heretofooe kilo. kl. • lore's id , 'mini- - ', 1 •-• ,', • / -- III neeorditnee with its deterliditilliiiii leton and le . . Chiristi. •,,.:: l• • I1 t . '•'-''. Il i all yetir pomp and mule, and et - ert ' • :age 10 - (If the (arm. Its planning to put this eliange lute t•frevt n u ' \ :1v Y ; ( '\ t. Art \ ii lurlilre ''''''' ' ''-' lik Prelir 1 = -1,-1 \ 111 \mei will %visi t s l i p wa . ,,, iiel e,evelolittlellt. With front lite stand- departMent Will establish n poslgr:•dit- i Aes. ot.r bride.\' • iiitit of eitrivelliti.v and of securing all ate eourse in ronneotion e ill' the ••••...1- 1 S., I ecio fei•th in brave array. the -1 1 1.11 ' .1 1 \' l'iwk . % 1 1 ,. .. eff , • ,.1 . deserve - , e- my ttud will Make Important i'llItliges , .•1;11 11111/silleralloll. .-11\..S \Ile lie,1 loci. There Was a littie in the curriculum. i sooteer iie t t too-, and I g o t s li g ht], A wt -II thomght out plan is the first The new order exteuds the arrange- l i met. .110 thim the truth was tit•iven requisite to get these results. as in the Photograph by Iowa agricultural experiment station. metal; begtm In August. The eletnees I in Oett lilt 11. , W rag1.4 Were 1)11111:. AillS. 11 ' 1 ' 111,, *e of :4 definite St hi serious . eilliMtnate ‘vorld's hist,•ry from the en- iny friends it was a s i n I h e Aviiy th ose m a istrilies re liiiely to be made. This +++++++++++++++++++++++++ ! 114 trance exatinination and perm a it ••ndi- gricultural Topics Attractive Entrance to Farmstead ROWING AWAY MONEY. shrunk! The buttons from iny plan should int-little the hication of dates for adruission much more time in waisteeat flew with dull and Stekeeing 1011111illtts, drives, walke. trees. simile ! Farmers Do So When They Allow M1 - the examination room on all subje..ts. eraek: my C• lilt 511011 Changed fr o m hery and ever other feature whirl! tam- nure to Lose Its Value. In the first year the work will I* moo. [mown to blue am' then split up th e tribIlles either to the convetoitotiee ill be or - weather gete elementary. and greater time will al- bark. namentetion of the place. It should be erY Vellr when the lowed for English studies alld foreign old IiiIke go 1 .1 bricked me in that lit eloped with the larger relatimeStips lanisuages. partieularly Spaniel' and deal. but does his system pay? He'll eltvays in mind.. The hwatIon of the French. Theoretical end adveneed fea- tures. such as tactics, law and con- structive and designing technical work, will be eliminated or abridged. The School of Marine Engineering. established in 1909, will be merged with the new postgraduate department, to which officers will be assigned in large classes. One of the principal ob- jecta of this department will be to help officers regain the habit of study and reading, which three years of SCA duty following graduation from the acad- emy tend to break down. The semes- ters of the postgraduate course will be tour months each, and at the end of the eight months officers who show proficiency in any special study will have a chance to follow a chosen line of specialization for about sixteen Months more. In explaining the objects of these changes the navy department says: \The interest and co-operation of edu- cators and experts in civil life will be especially sought. in order that the student officers. the Naval academy and the nary generally may be brought Into closer touch and keep pace with outside progress in science and tech- nology, forming relations with persons prominent in the scientific and busi- ness life of tile country that should lead to a better and wider understand- ing of the purpese and needs of the navy and its value to the nation.\ IR A RAT CENSUS instrueling ollicers of the nubile health and marine hospitals service re- garding the first rat census or the United States government Surgeon Gent•ral Blue said. \The object of the investigation Is to determine not only to what extent the rat nnd other ro- den(s spread disense, suet' as the be- honic plague, hot also the amolint of theist anno„„ees 1„. elleibility of wo- \ “ )Wed f.\\j\gal affection in flilite IllP damage done by them in 11011SPS. barns Parts of the out mine way as the brown backed 11111115and warehouses.\ men as we ll as men and says /het ap- of ttiitulit!:i in Sim in. wi tetioom world have in the past been almost plIentione for licensee for ship stations tesband relit•ved big wife at the nest depopulated by the ravnges of imbonie must be sent to the detiartmeet's radio 110 ariahly laid his neck over hers plagues. for whleh rats ere as re- inspector at the port of depat•ture. itemising of moat 131105 st,,et.„ u ill in a momentary embrace aml then toet: spensible as the mosquito is fer yellow position whet. the other bird 'lot begin before spring. Licenses for I 111) fever. y. I tiew awa The herons never om itted n ever get another Wheel Bola me tili m judgent day. The !miter!: that you win by guile may swell your roil to- day, 11111 In (he clammy afterwhile it melte that roll a way. -System. * -4 •*******4-***********-k**** A WORD TO THE WISE. * Do your Christmas shopping e * • NOW. Captain Roald Amundsen, Explorer * Buy everything at home. Who Will Be Entertained In Paris. Don't chance a black mark ; journey to the south pole Captain A your Christina's presents from I against S:, Claus by ordet•ing * ; Amundsen will be presented with the gold medal of the society. eninnto a mail order house that puts * ; Amundsen will visit President Fat the sordid dollar above the * Beres, front whose hand he will re Christmas splrit. - •tt ceive the 'Toss of the Legion of Honor. *****44-ereatesarealreeeeerrererererfe-4 FEDERAL WIRELESS RULES A Nonad.vertiser. Pour hundred %tireless equipped There u -as a man in our fe.i.n, Anti he was wondrous wise. American ships, nearly itiO couttner- Ile opened many plaees, et vial wireless stations, many more sta. Ile wouldn't advertise. (ions connected with colleces. schools He thought it foolish to at lounee and experimentel lahoratories and sev- His business as somo think oral thousand aina tour wireless eta- They ought to do and said he had Ilona are alTected by regulations pro- No need of minter's ink. mitigated by Acting Secretary Cable Promotion of pubilcItY, of tile departmeut of commerce and He said, was something which labor for the enforcement of the radio The more he had of, that much less communication act on Dec. 13 ills chance of getting rich. The act establishes a compete fed- He said he'd studied it and knew era' control system over radio corn- That ral‘i•rtising wi,nad municatIou and requires licensing of ileyond the shadow of it doubt all Wireless operatOra working across Iso more 1111E111 than good. state lin r .0 es o1 communication with ships at pen. The department will ad- minister the act through inspectors at New york. Baltimore. Nev Orleans. San Francisco. Boston. Chleaco. Se- t - n[1nel+. Seattle and Cleveland. The United States has been divided into nine districts, with headquarters in those cities. 'the cite -tiler embodyine the retreln- le SS -oaststationsons \-Ill issuedhY the toi- (mu III sahleition.-Londen ARMY AEROPLANES lit Ii inspeoter or by the ectinno- stoner of na v t ion at Wroth\' nor .• •1 ' 'taking a iosom from vat-1.ms 1'. e• x m t Lit niat.on. ef voIlild be orwreters ropenn eountries. Turkey has her army v• ill he beet at tho navy yards, nov o 1 acruPlanea now in arllire /wry i c e• 1 )11 r' seill, 's. 1 he .NO. 1:11 ateadem V. certain he in' the Italio-Turko wee t air scouts -1l- posts rind elsewhere. of the Italie!' forces proved very tree- . • r. fill. and the Turks were often defeated . A \WINGED MOTORCAR\ One of the nu•st reinarhabIe insen- t1111151 111 air '11:1 111e , is :11'0 , 41 the '\Will/Zeil motorear. - It (lillIlt LI •••••Iii-op,sfUi LIllul dw:•Je,..; . fran.ney 1111105 from Pads to 1..Y.111S. Tile by I. Bertrand de 1...s.ops, appearance of the entheto moter.otr. save that In frent it Is s11o15e1 like the ••• 1 .11e.. 4 • \no Photo by Arneriv.iii i'ress Ass.a-iation. Turkish Aviators Ready to Soar to Constantinople. through their res mreefothoess 7k:to. whoil:Ing I'. lie a back, llilIiiu -1 IL1 thh: lieu - phase of o :0 . f:ore. Tattoo. .elit some of hot' itraly otlivers Indeed. this roan In our town Was truly wondrous wise. uas a huridar, which is why He didn de ti 't avrse. -W. J. Lamplon in Judo. The Herons of Andalusia. Of all the birds he had studied. said 'W. Farrell in a hat art' at the Royal Photograldile soeietv's exhibition. none /muse and farm buildings is the first II ,IISldt'i:l t ion. El - oil (II. high it halpens that some or all el these are niready on Ill,' ground, at plan for their locatien is important. New farm homes are erect- ed to supplant Ida ones, and l)ther new firm stnit•tures are added, which make preelicable a general consider:atm of the entire building seheme. Material improvement can often be made in a farmstead by a readjustment as new buildings are put up, thought the best results are olgained wInme things are planned right front the start. -Bulletin Iowa Agricultural Experiment Settle., Apples In a Cellar. R. S..Tolinson. a farmer of New York state, advises that he has solved the /mob/ern of keeping apples in a warm \viler. as follows: \I put the fruit in barrels or other receptacles covered with IN Cl burlap folded several times to retain the mois- ture. The burlap requires Wetting once n week or according to the heat of the cellar and the drying up of the meisture. Care should be taken and not too newt' water used. as it will cause the fruit to decay if the water runs down to the bottom of the bar- rel and (*fleets. Apples cared for in this manner wig retain their fresh- ness from tile time they are picked until early spring In the warmest of cellars.\- Earn, Press. Storing the Combs. Those engaged in the prod's -Sion of extra.led honey must be careful! as to hew they store the extraeted (1111111S for the o inter. A good plan is to pile the hive lo ollles in it vtientit room. one on top of the other, so that the rats and ntice ean Ilflt get at them. and fre- quently fornicate the room by burn inc. sulphur in ell old iron kettle.-Earm Journal. Keep the Chicks Warm. Late lettelled chicks will 110 very well if they ria.e Li ell:ince, hill Hwy 1111151 lie protected front the 0 1 .41er a 1111 lartrel - .1111 , Ito rod try to hite 11;:b•het1 -11: , •118 at this season wtltiniiI 5.1111e artitio1:0 beat. The Sunday School Clas SENIOR BERE heovett their angels do Illwao s behead the face of my Fa- ther NX ili,•11 is ill 1111..1Vell. - A CREED FOR FARMERS. as I ride or drive by the barns of some of my neiglibm•s a sort of steam aris- ing - Own' the manure heaps by the shale if - their barns, oars II correspondent of • they ft 1111)11 it. maki»g the farmer + r ano it„ sreso 4. „‘„ and the farm both glad at once. * i of emn•se all intellitrent farmers 4. „ „ + We believe that every faun : 1010W that Immure pilvd up so it Will 4. should own a gtoill farmer. ..I. beat will list' its fig:Sizing value. I We believe that the best ferti- • liaVI , Oft ell seen big 1,:oolks or it :well- + + lizer for any sell (c it spirit of in- ululated aloug by the side of the 'terse + dustry, enterprise 1(1111 11110111- .. StallleS 111 50111e fal'IllYaDIS that have I gloss!. Without this lime , suPer - beet' prautioelly burned nut. It was :ill t• 1 Phosehate. bone dust or green „.• dry and white and practically of no immure will be of little use. se vellie whatever 1'1/1' manure, while if We believe in good fences, good 4 * .., .1 • a • . tell it Would have Iweti .... Is. pet A loll $ farmhouses, good stock, orchards + easily worth a dellar a hied. l' . and children enough to gether t I latow of one case where a mmi on 1 - . th ‘ t• % f e rr i il ) e t i . 'eve in a clean kitchen. : : I ii ti t: ri r t u \ ,a r r i11 11 1 t a ? i s zi rt , n , i , i i : i t t i r t g i et (' ta t t , ‘,. R C, a r iI l d a get l,,r - 4. a neat wife in it anti a clean eon- I or horses for a contractor :: wili4 Will\ ..* seience. 4- 4. ter. The bank of utantno. arsitineleted .1. We firmly disbelieve in farm- 4. along by (Ill- 1101) , (IrS.1:11111. 10. it W O :: .,.' , 1:: (.1's W110 Will not improve, in * thrown mit or the wiloi , o, or eneli stall 4 farms which grow poorer every •• until it'wes 51 '1 f , ,•( high and nearly $ year. in Stars - 111g eattle. ill farm- *, a reola2, - -tise f.s.t In ill 4. ers toys turning into clerks and -: * Merchants, In farmers ashamed * + of their voeatIon or who loaf' .I. We believe in slnilii faring altil thorough t•nitivation. We believe that soil loves to ttool enough to condense moisture when eat. as well as its owner and * It rises from any warm source I notice ought therefore to be liberally fed NVe believe in large crops, whielt leave the land better than I would leave bees elell to Ivo Iv pile of nuinore. It Wl's '0 :en areund until honest people are ashamed of them.- Bev. Henry threwn on it every day, and heated Ward Beecher. + right along till late sprints If app1.111.1 fresh 011 the (Nein ground n11 v. inter it would has e added fully 2.11 busSels to Cheap and Good Roughage. the crop of eon) that season. Corn stover, when properly cured and cared for. Is the cheapest rough- age for the.fariner. One ton of gotta stover is worth three -fourths of a Inn of timothy hay.- American Agricul- turist. Worth Looking Into, C. Larsen, Smith Ltakota Agrieulturat college. says that fall freshening of rows in his state would add • 4 1.7t 00.000 In Soodlo I onloota's dairy ino-wp, , , .7717_'• Mysterious Miss Tully By ARTHUR T. BORDEN MET Slim\ Tully in a boerding ' heariedness tn.:lei...ark' end with house. She was euppooed to earn it her. apparent ini i,••' •;11 V.1111t !Lel her oten living. but no one in the beep sayino to 1 . thr: liadf-e - 11.111 ..r e 1101 - oeoltiontIon. She thi , sudden •, , I,,f l usnaliy nIttort ir tit -lock in the The Ilr \ / • 711112 .1! 1 t ,o- 1 1 :11; 111 1 iil f l i g .r:: 11 ‘ 1 \3 1. S r11 1 1 :. 1 . i t i ll71 1 1g ini l ! ::=1 T 1, \ :1 1 :•_; ', .1t ru latn n • 1111131 __fIl'r shout her areiite er her soo, 501110▪ - dinner 1 -- Ws: , 10 rf.,111 limes sho w1.111.11 romain in the lions'. u hen sit-' ine in the 1111. gl for several days :It a Inn- :Ind 501111- 11111 ;I 1.f1:1 11... 1 .11.1 /1.4 ati.1 tittles 1111..11 she It ell/ \ill Ill, morn- ro t r i o ii t ti r . e. I 1 11 ‘ 1 . 1 1 . - i »g ..111(1 ri.1 11111 hefOre M. S 'fliere 'Was a 1.1 , 11 , 1111 den 1 ;them Miss turnine :lie 10:e a fury. she 1.1 . ....f:111 AN LESSON. 11111% 111111 inu-resaeti me. She -.vat. 1101- to eoens.• tor a long. 1114' S:1 lin. Mood. trite... Itorkifto Itorsel; f 111 a 1/11.• day she 11,1111111 111' merry as a Ill ILulil I her to tell slimed Ire an ass\ Ire' ision etel mot , oriolo.t, the ti..xt HI 1110 110t/t11. 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We are all 4, 4 1/, 1111, - t o to m a ke homes eonifortable The next Ine\'nine.. 1 mode an effort to eo l 00 0 s a ,A ul ft :1 11 ; •0 1 ,A ma! , 1111 \W \ 1 \re 1111 \ 1 \ 111 Y• reS1.01/silele :Ind v.0 moist f., r thos e who er r eolasaitiood os e , o•ape from this road ere - share. I took 1 .S stroin., and thi-h a nd re . eivt• proof or III, ,, lasel„tily in :1 1 . it•, , w 1 . i -over this d'ey is 101.1 ac: se... I leoateo fasoilialsd with then. prole ,, ing thyself to , rotates the 11 ino by shaft anal i 1 \ the T1 \ ! test he These are ali indispoesabh. o to o wl -, was a L oa -fish ghtilliesS :111.1111 Ille rethreed to the house tro n sh l iesio n . 'H w y, „ I l wr spirt 11:a. il relate,: tl. 1.r.11., j our HI. :1111i 111P her that It .01 deli,loo,. A f, tv 1•••1•• 1 . 111!!.. meek:1111 , m 4.X ell% for fool brakes. A 1.11 \ . !-.0111.r \ ` r111 • 11 hi , er 1111 : 1 joso alto ef ahem rei1.101, Ils .•*. 11110.11 s „ ilk .%1 1.111 . 111'41 111f,T111::: !...11V. upon ber' Its e proPell4T. nee - dr - Me : too Tw o if be is to 111 III it 111.01.1*. be 11111-I rioot..11Sliess i1isilend of iniquity.. ,k,. tio s hamys life a burden. .kt I' Iris t:•aitt. For a tree': I remained tt itta, era ill Ill IV • (dyes within a !woo, Ied o•olge. The '\( ;\141 'Il 'ill * -1\1\ -111\(1.\ * . 1•1 ' 11. ' I ' ll \ .11s • 'fur first meet- fe.•I 11;:• :ih:;ity to resist lit h.v \ r ` . “ 1\ \ 1-c ille elut-11 11 \ the I 1\ I\' 1\1\:11\1\ \r Ill \ 11100 \ e i ve 'ti , \ \mt. ',le: look. 1.11 111.1 . 1:1 , 0 that moll nieh i ferwaral 11 nil reVerse iii 1, ......„_„ 1111 , 10 or \ 5 , l o . :Ill ,,, - 1‘11i.•11 is esSellt I:111.v :1 \1' 11 11 rm. so s..1 4 . ,, Its is the Ill hini . Ilki.1'111 ' Ii -' ti t ,. 11 , 011 Tow i ll It o,. bones. The ! w 'gm:. whi-lo enn 1.0 rever'eol nt a no. 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' 11--' \ --'•' ' 1 , In vie10 - ..f these facts a w.lril 4)f Idiom , mode of support was a mystery ,..10/•.ia ehr It 1:: •,-.11 '1 1 ,11.11'iti\11- '-1 ''' '':.' . 0 1 * I \ • '''I I I k tit'\-i s ,.e to l v •-1-11,:„1,1,1•• f,siIii against•. 1 , all to ' \I .-'111.:1...... 1.11;.,1, 11 . z ell - T111,1 15 - 0111 11101 ily in ' s: '\ P \ Vo - e all need to be cantioneol lie• - anse po purpose. H , i ... II. ,, ..... J ..,,. .,,,.. „...., 0 , Ito., and it to , o - lool , 1 ! 1 : 11 11 \ ,.' omnigations ai.onnol. and they are solo- ' tin e evening MISR TtIIIS And I were - desals...1 to o t s. ois m.o. , o II a adfoal etettoe. ill Os:, ise. !le. and ,--tf de ,. ..psioo Is roil/Moll. - 1 1 1\\ sit tin , : 111 the drawing room -the board- , 1 . 1:....p., I ., I , . s .... . 1 .... . .1 II Ii i . .0 ... si'I-'.lng SIlit It ' ... lu ... pi - I s 1 ....1. 1.1. 0.1101 - ,11 il , ./ to Ill treall 'l's. 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I !•-..: ,, i ,.. :- II . • Is. , o,', - in ehara, to ERIDCE OVER THE GANGES toe en.....1 :' , . ; I 1 1. o et •.. No.- .1 . The taek of broleitte the tote:se.. :• 00 . rehese.i •••1,1'.••- 11 .1 ' 1- 11;•• 1 1 ; .1 1, -. Al / 'great river of Imo tern Ind! I v. Meta ph ire. 1:-'-•• I: 'Ile •r s , : ' I f r . eis lo. ter ii7ett. hill , Issues fr o m an lee c l ue at thi• ff)111 11( 111fisi 1110 1111. 11 1.1.. I . 0 ‘111`11.‘ 0 1 . 1..11.1,4 .111'4. 11r.. C.1 •' , \.‘ li ; gt. 11. 1 I. 1 1 ,.• '.Isi 1.. I 1%1111. the Himalayan anon - bed. has ?we t) a m. 1110 tosertilrog: (.11.11 . :1..11SIV gre.il on to teivenielios a r ro ose d It oil Lem Intim attractitely 1..ii . 1 1.1 ,1 .1 11 tree , 11 1111 Skr111.s. ;14 11 1 1 gre31 ille appearanee 111111 value of the , 1 „ n ad to the happleess of Its swim- !: •• fernistead, ittelung di as It does ome•ral area •,..eopied loy the farm Ole s 1111 ellioeei LItIet.thull \ofie eled I said. I poured into her ear all sf Lem- astr.o. ' m o o t . ti l over „mos situ. I life viiiiiivisiAcs reristie teiiell- - :•Ziry it all ing of 'II' tio• ‘111•:.- okable I ' , gores , : was puzzled- indeed. a .•L orv . 1 '114 i•j1.• 11111 ont. To repeat Itly glowire-1 r :11.11111. •Irls1 :01 h.• ..1/01.11.1.1.1? 1'11 \1.. 11 ' , Ill..; WaS1 110f 10 my mind. Fortunate - '. his s 11 \\\• 1 •-• I \11 1 .'lli's - 1 Ile ly lily (.1111 , 11r1114.Sttlellt was relieved by „ oeo• *HO peso•••:1 intereet. • • • a 1111 eti!erinz with a note for miss „„tioa II.:11 .r! ••, i.1•1111, .11i the S!,.‘ e• enrol and reed it. From have never quite forgiven her for utt• • hIttree ef y p. 1 !rev to , 'lIinI,l s!„. vas lier Szing my lovemaking professionnlly. the 100,1 sminese. she ea ve :I reproaelifill witiolt took I. , ist press pain that I had kept :1\%:ly from lot. I saw nothing of her for a week. Tieli she was 1,111in Miss Toll's. neither Ill 'ter 1111Sel'altle nor angry. She oote me a smile. polt out her hand to me It intimating that she had some- thing to say to me, led the way into the drawing room. \I owe j - ou an explanation,\ she saki., \and I am going to reveal to you that whitql no one else in this house knows. I aini an artiots' model. I never pose. 110 11 eVer, except in proper clothing a 1 / 4 1 only for artists who . ..visit to emelt on etpreosion of S.M.` 0111.1 Of the pessimes They leave (1/1111d 11/e Very verRatile in tilso - ont ill spirits ond, It seemed to this re , peel. and I 'lave heel) eiweeso. me, 111i11110 to listen to 1..ve's young fu l. The seeret of my snores.: is that 1 ilream. Little loy little I turned my 01111 at any lime work mj - self into : my :I pleas.ed languor. listening eagerly to t lii tt e de o e t a h l, e i r t e c t :: e n ni t n te g exp i n r ., es is s p e• re i saw my drift and seemed to 3 - leld to , n ‘ i ll o y ah . e r Il e , a ti d o ly n 1 :_ o e u l l in i g leg u a •I n uit to ls ta ex ik pr i t i • i ss n o l l e . words epon that dream. whiela ill is required inomi. and this give pi s nat ri tt it : e :g( il i - li t : i : s 7 t_ time hod enthralled Ine• Miss Tidily the CNPreSSi011 !SWAPS from the se!f to sit for a bride. While you were talking I revelted LI note ileit the artist would instead work en Ii pkture repro- t s v e n i n s t 5% i t i - l o o g n p a o N s i e: a foT ru :I l ii l a y ry:: r M i n n g:I . a \ le it n e e . .' 1)Itt ' gesr- • -Si .Vtittr return I • It