‘ “TH” EARUS LOVE,” A THRILLIFJC CAFEADIAEJ STORY BECWJS NEXT VJEEK‘ 7
‘VOL. XXXV. NO. 27. CHICAGO, ILL., SATU.-I‘lDAY, JULY 6, 1907. SINGLE CUPIES 5 EEHTS.
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Or, THE FA TE OF A BIGA IWIS T. "’ :0?I1N:'TA"‘“RceEi .5.i’2l’lL%‘rX2'it33.9’t3."?f;tSl tZ"”ti‘iZT35ii3.'“"
, [Copyright tr; w. n. lsoyte 110.] "Did you ever ask her to nmrry you
(“AFTER L lleieniaslted. looltintr out over the shun-
wmcn W“, DOE‘ HONOR “F, me‘ river, und wonuerliii; about nutny
a t - ‘ t n . .
. "But 1 love you so madly, my Helen, I l-Never,-t’ "man rppljeii pmmpiiy, 3;.
cannot think or xlvlnz you urn lhnliizh he on at he had zlvon her rea-
- "P rhans she loves )'ou1usL the same "5 son to think that he loved her by kissing
" ‘ d
you do me. her as he it . ‘ 4'
. --or you do me? Tell me, dearest, it you --mt-e you lvrirwn her. ' I
V . ' do love me.” "No. lur t.tmQletters are npen secrets, t
‘How run I. when you are mlizaged 10 and I made the one to f.ilhE'r do for all."
some one ei 9"" “She would never make any trouble.
Helen Proton drew her very tall figure lo For an lnsltilit there was a (lash of an er
its full helghl. and f1=v><he-1 Mr dazzllv-it in his heart, for Helen. deeply as she iuvt-ti
eyes 2 him. beautiful as a 90912-1 dream. it him htid no realization el Pilnny'< sweet-
‘ woman to win men's hearts and to make nessv men he rel-ngynlyered just that, and
V them bleed. holtllliiz out his hands, vthispered:
. . “But. dnrlimz. think. We cannot contrni u-i-Mrs is nrnhjng rm you to ten.-. Cnlne,
our lm -s. t is a mntmr over wh h we my darling. come. and let the ltnow lhat
have no control. My heitrt went out to you you love me n iittl
ht ti mm . the lire: time I saw you, and I The gm, ni,,.,,st
' ‘ an n FAlr- grae l as u tiower
iey-‘s every word was B caress. Calhoun gently motirmie
rairley. the young Southerner. who had “Helen. dni mg. he plea l.
-- 'arm a welcome train the suddenly the dark lashes raised. he saw
Highland Sprint; eoterie alter his two sons the iziowing eyes open wider. titled with
‘I (fill as he. stood. as
on its stein, but perv
s with his Ixenturky-bred horses, Sillrllght. 1 then she was in his arms. his lips ernshed
iniignitlvvn DH)’. nlld Plu . 3 horde “'Ilh- to hers, which returned his passionate
V - kisses. ,
then in xx all street. where in II ay he wildly in love as he had been. there was
rushed up some hllhertn worthless stat-its go"-'91)] ng i..sein;itin;r about her, in“
, s he had lwli] in n Western mine nnd slmost graeetui, lovely woman. with h r thousand
tlesertetl rsilt-oat. , graces. that Calhoun tersot little southern g
. esserl in the world had been pansy. his honor, and begged with NI the .
placed on th se two horses e stock and “do, or his mm W is very early mm. . i
, st now, mt it-eeits .t er, he is many mg... I
times a mllllnn -e. when he had lert his "How early?" she asked. nsrnln dropping - ,
home in the Sn o to mine Norlh with his 1." p)‘g[3ghQ5' her eyes min the ululul)‘-OX her tare, they lihe an oath slipped .from tnrttteen his -
ymses, e no . v tlrciwll rt golden 4- it mm. ..,, no me. dmi,.,y 1 mi 1 were free train interruption. Calhoun rt-it teeth. He had w tied the wottdertuiiy ‘F
head tn his si. .ildvi-, wlils eriitg: have waited ll quarter or it century tor he would have kill-‘ll any one who lntruded rharmlnit ttirl, lint had paid hut llllle al- ..
t- ‘eel, giv Inn and she, Pansy you." ‘"9" ‘ ‘"“ “'9 <‘"’“' W-ry near to him, tclitlctn to the disngreeuhle Mrs. tine oss .s. -
Arlington, lo k,‘ed ' tenderly. her -‘gm,-,-v $119 ,.,m,.m.,‘ ”a;,,.m.;,,g mm elusped her arms. sort. cllnlzlnz und white. ter, who had passed tor h . t .
r-nnsin turd nan, and none wits rilendirlt a glance from those wrtnderrul eyes. ““ hy. lvarwl to the P“>0“S. about his neck. and “Y a paid colnpanioil!" he cried, “why. . ;
with ntttgnincettt Helen croton ror her you are no older than th L“ Wl-l<m=retl: ‘ W, m“ or he min-ried (or) sun... - ,
10- t "I ltnetr it, pt-rt-lens," itissing her red -1 will mrilte it soon. tor 1 am so ionel Let me lmve the right Io dereml you Ills
‘ Listen. is it. love nuihing to you’! I lips. "but thitt doesn't (I er the case that "Your aunt?" ‘sen. “mm and yw, me of drudggfy is
rnre nothing for my wt-aith it 1 Cilnhul i have waited that orig. does in say “She is not my, ttunt. I am only her over." r
have you. You speak of an etnzagement. when.“ eetnpanton, a aid sen-ant, out she Agam she sat very quhxtr he, 1,9,“ on M; A p
, Titere rtitlly is ne PJIII y Arlillzlon has . sat perfectly quiet. 1-here In drt-rises and 199115. not much else." and the slteulder. tears rolling down her cheeits .
” . l-t-en bnnizht up with the rest or us, and that little nrlior in the rorvier er the yard, iniiertlon wits hitter. and telling upon his hnntls. .v
-9 in more like 11 sister." jvilh just eiiouizli moonlight for. him to see . Calhouii gave a start, and something "1 can't stand this, Helen. You must <1
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