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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 March 1900

IHE MAN IN THE TOWER. Beslde the track there's a narrow tower Wbere aome one waichea away, Aud a thousand lives be guards each houi For two or three dollars a day; Tba man who lolls and the mllllonalre. And ihe llsptng ehlld he has In hl* care. Aud the crow ded trains ruah to and fro Aad tbe people come and the people go WUS never a thought ot him watchlna there! Beslde the track tn hls narrow tower He guards when the skles are blue, An_ he peers away through tbe blindlna ahower Still keeplng the slgnals true, And the man who has more than hls right ful share And the man who haa dreams of Joy -ome where, And the man who laugbs and tie man who alghs Aad the mald with the loveligh; -i hei eyes Tha Lord reslgns to hls tender care. Beslde the track ln hia narrow towtr. Unknown. unsung is be Wko holds ln hls hands a greater powet Than an admlral of the scal And the man who ls bent by a weight of care And the man who has slghted a goal some where, And the men who rule ln templea of trade....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 March 1900

S%?*&&tt _r T'ullf.T'ed everv "atnrday r>v John Mitohell r . a t 811 N ortli Fourth ?**reet. JOHN MITOHELL, JR., EDITOR. All oornmnnications intenoed ror punllcatlon should be sent ao aa to reaoh us by Wednesdav. TXRMS IN ADVANC*. *ae Copy, one year,....f/i as Oae Copy, eight moutha,._ 108 One Copy, alx men ths._.JO On-Copy, four montha.88 ?ne Copy, three montha.?... 40 rlogle Copy,_.ea ADVKRTISINQ EATBS. i***o* one lnch, one lnsertlon...?.^..._.^_..$ % for aue lnch each subsequent liiaertlon... 88 For two Inchea, three montha,.. _ 8 00 Por twolnahes, alx montha. 100P *"t two Inchea, nine months. 14 0C *y>r two lnches. tw-lre months_. 80 00 Marriage and funeral nottoes,. 6C 3tendlng and tranBlent notloes per line. lt fOSTAGK STAMPS OF A T -.NOMINATION a i.HKR THAN TWO CKNTS VOTRBOR1VKX .>N SUBSCRIPTIONS. *! kbPlabbt ls lsrraed weekly. The subscrlp price ls 11.50 a year, ln advance. 1 here are rocs vati by whlch money can b* **...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 March 1900

SATURDAY, MARCH 10 1900 No Hope of Rescuing Any of the Unfortunate Men Alive. TEN BODIES BEOOVEBED SO FAB. Aa T-.ploaloa Ofonrrod Near tae TGn trarire oC the Mine, Whlch Waa Tba- CloaeU by the Kalllnsr Slate, Can.lnit Helay ln Work of Reiene. Fire Creek, Wt Va., March 7.?One of the most disastrous mine explosions ever known ln the New River district occurred at the Red Aah mine early yesterday morning. The explosion hap? pened as the men were going into the mine in groups, and ln couples in aome instances, and they were strung along in this manner for over a mile, so that the work of rescue will requlre a long time. There were more men near the entrance who escaped than were lost. The explosion occurred near the en? trance, whieh was thus closed by the falling slate, entombing about 50 men. The scene of the disaster is between this plaee and Thurmond on the South branch of the Chesapeake and Ohlo railway, and every asslstance possible was rendered by the railway company and by the a...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 March 1900

LIZY'S DIVORCE. tllTfraace Cavaae. Rat She Did >ot Take the Children?Tracrdr la a Oraakard'i Home. She was a middle aged woman. Ger l. but she had lived all her life in -A?teric8. There was a determined look on her face as ahe erossed the street aad entered the lawyer's o'ffice. He tooked up from his desk as she came ia and motioned to a chair without speaking. "I ean't set down. I ain't got time," ahe said. "Araos has been drinkicg a-jain, and 1 can't stand it no longer. He struck little Gretchen last night." **Aml you." he said, as he noticed'that there was a dark mark on her fore aead just owr tbe left eye. **Yes. He beat me because I took Ihe child away from him. I can't stand ?V She rt-peated, fiercely: "I won't atand it." **You want adivorce, I suppose. Well, Cll see what can be done." The woman left the room and erossed tae street again. At the door she met *her husband. "What you been to Lawjer Field's for?" he said, doggedly. **I told him to fbc it so as I would ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 March 1900

SATURDAY. MARCH, 10 1900 "GOD IS CALLING ME.' The Last "Worda of Dwlght L. Moody. "Earth reeeding?Heaven is openl.ng, God is calllng mr!" *Twas> a whlsper on the threshold Of cternity. How it echoes down thevaleof Deeprst myatery! As when Stephen. eaint _nd martyr, Near his latest breath, Cried: "*I see the heavens opened, And the Lord of Death On the right hand of the Father!" Heaven still wltncsseth! Take thy crown, O man of t'.relcss Wrestllng for the right! Starred with souls undylng, garnered Fer the King of Might. "Well done!" met thee on the portal Of the Land of Light! From the city's slums and alleys, From the hllltops fair, From the wrecks of deepest oceaa, Thine awalt thee there! Who shall 11ft thy fallen mantle? Wbo thy Bible bear? "When the hour of wondrous waiting Comes. that comea to all. When for us, o'er "earth recedlng." Drops the funeral pa!l, Father! from Thy openlng Heaven, Grant that blessed call! w_ira Cyrus Hamlin, ln Congregatlona'lst. REFUSE TO B...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 10 March 1900

?*??? BAltKliA) , BtAl CH Jo, luOO DREW A P1ST0L. A WHITE LEGISLATOR HAD A CONCEALED WEAPON. Outrageous Language Be? fore a Committee. Kicked a Visitor?Disgrace ful Proceedings. There has been mueh tslk sbout the bad eonduot of aome of the eolored people. WhatelBeiBto be expeeted, when white men aet the example? The moBt di*grsc?ful seene ever eneoted in the legislative halla of Vir? ginia ia thuB deaeribed in tbe Rieh? mond Dispateh, Baturday, Msreb 8d, 1880: One of the mnst exeitiog meetings whieft havebeen held at the Capitol during the preaent session of the Gen? eral Aaaembly waa th*t of the House Oommittee on rrivileg-s snd Elec tiona yt-aterdsy. The lie waa paaaed b*etween two gentlemen, one of tbem a xncmber of the Houae; blowa were paaaed, and piatols weredrswn. though peaea-makeis intervaned before any ahote eould be flred. The principala in the flght were Hon. John Whitehead. the delegste fnm h r'lV.rHVr ?. 8 L*mbeth, Jr , * J ' i I **.N i o\\i and Mr. W. i 1 Oct ii oi Ua...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 March 1900

VOLXVH-NQ 14, KICHMOND, VIRGINIA S ATtjRD AY MARCH 17 1900 E PRicEscEisrs KILLING COL? ORED SOLDIERS Many Slamghtered in the Phil? ippines. A WHITE LIEUTENANT'S DEATH The War Hot Ended-A Graphic Account?Shot a Woman. Svbio Luzoh, P. I., Jan. 28,1900. The week haa been uneventful ex oepting a akirmiah occsaion*lly. There Ia a gocd deal of reeonnoitering and Sohenk'a scouta have been buay all tbe week. They have made their trip as far ss Ban Antonio, twenty milea north on the bay, and at preaent are on an extecded trip Serg't Henry, with 27 men, ia oat for seven daya with the eignal corps building a telegraph line Irom here to Ibra. Thej are progreaaing rapidly and will be through in a ahort time. if the Filipinoa don't eut tha wire. The oompaniea of the **S;h and 32d. that were here left to join their regi menta. They made quite a good rec? ord and we are aorry to loae them. TBXPOBABILT IN8AKB. Pvt. Enia Quarlea. Co. L. 26th, waa - taken to Manila euffering from tempo rary insanity a...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 March 1900

By Harry VvboD Rltnolds CHAPT-flR VI. \< I was on niy \ay down io break? fast a Uttle _____ 1 l met one of the bell boya witb a telogrnni whlch he had been <>n the w;iy to _____ to my tloor. "So sorry not to have seea you xosterday." the Wt.tds lan "Wildred lias conM to town. brlnglng my lug _wBT OO reoeipt of ? wir?> froBQ mo. s:<\i!i:; 1 have just _e___ iliiportant tl UHU" :il business. *-*****_ BBB to Amerl ?ea Ol onee. llas told me Of your visit. Vejry v___ed can't keep ****_^gT_?tot with you to-night. and tlint thta _____ after all be farewoll. as 1 ain leaving Issmedletely for __o____apton i>y hoat train. Good-by and good roek to you. Will Write you soon _____ other side! addressing Savoy Hotel. Yours, Har vey Fnrnhani." 1 cannot say tbat I felt any very deep disa?M>ointineat at _*__ thought that l would not s_e my friend from the BtOtes ______ But I had a sorious sense of uneay'ueas, aad an luexpllca...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 March 1900

r. ALI. ABOUT THE BABY. ___? open Ing vloleta. freah and fair. ' A palr of little wide-etretched eyea Look upward from the cradle, where Tha househuld'a ntweal treaaure Haa. "Within these orbs of deepest b'.ue " A look of wonder seems to hlde.. A queationlng of thi* world so new, Whlch lies before him. all uatrled; Aa though this little ptlgrim faln Would all earth's many mysterie- knew; Would have the htdden paihs made plain. Through whlch hl. feet must learn to ga But, deeper than the wonder. Uea A look we cannot understand. He seems. with thnse far-seelng eyea, To gaae upon another land. Perhaps there Uager wtth htra still __rae anemorles of the great Unknowa It may he that the thougnts whieh fM Hia ___ad are far beyond our own. "Ah, llttie one," we whtaper low, Aa o'er the cradle-bed we bend. ?"lf we _?you earttTs way will show From _?ebyhood till Ufe shall _nd, "Will yoa, !n turn. to us unfold Those eecrets, only known to yo_ ? Reveal the vlslons you behold, That w_ may look up...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 March 1900

PuMsred every Faturdav bv John Mltchel' r. ,at 811 North Fonrtb Street. a????aa????a,a.a.aaa??aaaaaaj?aaaa?a? JOHN MITOHELL, JR., EDITOR. RaVrommnnioatlons mtended ror publlratlor, ?bould be sent ao as to reach us by Wedneadav. TF.RMS IN ADVANCB. ?a* Copy, one year... _81 j, One Copy,eight mouths*.._]_0( One Copy, alx months.^.-..._. At Dn* Copy, four months,.~..^.?. .84 Dne Copy, three months......_. . 44 Hngle Copy_._,.;? ADVKRTI8ING RATES. Tor one lnch, one ln*ertlon....~.?.._.._$ 91 For one lnch each subsequent inaertlou... Bi For two Inchea, three montha...?._? a 0< Far twoinehes, *lx months. 100" Por two Inchea, nine months. 14 0< Pot two lnch**, twelve months_. 80 cn Marriage and faneral notioes. 6 JUndlng and translent notlces per line. S PO6TAGB STAMPS OF A I ??NOMINATIOS ?IIGHKR THAN TWO CBNTS >OT RRCRlVRt Mt STJB8CRIPTION8. tasPLAWBT ls lssned weekly. Tha -mbacrip *on. prlee 1* |).60 a year. ln ad-anee. There are roua wavb by whlch money c...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 March 1900

''I Vf SATURDAY, MARCH 17,1900 WASHINGTONLETTER THB PORTO RICAN BILL Senator Lodge's Move ment, ?. -jTHE ATTITUDE OF THE PARTY. Great Britain and Ameriean Investors. SENATOR ELKINS DOES NOT WANT IT. From Our Regular Correspondent.) Wabhikoton, Mareh 12, 1900. Repubiiean Senatora are Bhowirg a dispoaitton to get together on the Por? to Riaan bill. While it eannot yet be atated to a eertaiaty what ehangea will be made, it aeema likely that tho bill will be amended ao aa to provide for the free entry of all Ameriean gooda in Porto Rico. , Tha aetion of the Senate Oommittee on foreign relationa in ameading the Nioaragua Canal treaty ao ai to reserve to the U. 8. authoxity to defend tha Canal in any way it may aee flt seems to meet with general approval. There is no reaaon to auppoae that tha amend mant will be objeeted to by England. In faot, it eannot very well be objeeted to ainee the amendmeat is in almost she exaet language of a clause in the treaty under whieh the 8uez Canal waa eo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 March 1900

r A GENERAL'S PREMONITION. rbedlag. of a Malar Offlrrr Betore the Battle uf Chanrrlloravlllr : miii. Trar. Having been greutly intercsted iu the allusion to (Jfti. Hiramii. Berry 1*8*3*8*8. J. F. Ktialing's excecdingly valuable book. "Men and Things I Saw in Civil War Du.v*." we wrote to Cni. Rusling that (Jen. Berry was the oriminal colonel of our own regimem. the Fourth Jtfaine. ln B personal letter in reply lt** gives the part iculais i-omB-riiiug the death of Gea. Party on the uiorning of the third ilay of the battle of Chan cellorsvilte. Tlde letter is of so inter? esting a nature that we take the liberty to publish a portion of it. (Jen. BeVrv wa* born at Kast Thotnaston (now Kocklund). Me., flllgua. IT, 18*4, ln Bfay, istll. h,- was made colonel of the JFourth Maine regiment. The regiment started for Washington on the anni versary of the battle of Bunker Hill, June 17, 1861. Col. Herry was eugaged in the tirst hattie of Bull Run and the peninsula crampaign. On April 4, 1SGL\ ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 March 1900

&ATURDAY. MARCH, 17 1900 A LITTLB OF ALL SORTS. Th* ligbter all chocolate is in color the more free it is /rom impurltie*. An evening *e**ftpaper in Psiladel* phia refuses to sell papers to news girls. The ******a*)d valuation of property in Los Angeles city, Cal., is over $r-r..()*CM.?. ?000. The rose araa sa crnblem of immor tality among the Syriaois, and the Chi nese plnnted it over graves. All gum-bearing trees, or conifers are M***el*llj healthful, since they give out great quantitics of ozono. Instend of an engagemcnt ring, the Japanese lover gives bis BWIfthcarl S piece fkf 1>.'Miitiful silk for her snsh. The longr-t *rp*a of telegta**** arii-a in the worid is in Tndia, over the river Kistna, lt is over ti.OOO feet Ln lengt 1.. Asingle wild tril>e of western Indians is using 41 kinds of vegetahles w hich are absolutely unknown tothe majority of eooks. There are betwfta TOO ar.d SOObreed crs of Qacrnaey oattle in this eountry. and the cattle n...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 17 March 1900

SATURDAY.MARCH 17 1900 F&OM. PORTBlfOUTH. Bundsy, Mareh 11th, K>v. W. R Gadina, paator ot the A. M. E. Chureh ?vtSmitbflwId, Va.. oreacb-dan able Mr*1*0!* at Isorth 8t, A. M. E. Churoh oft*1 i? oity. R-v. A s_ QaineB, pastor of the Korth St. Chureh. together with tbe ?hoir visited tbe First Baptist Chureh of Bcrkley where he condu-ued servioe at 8 o'eloek aupported by the choir Rev. Beedles (white), paator of the Central M E. Chureh al this eity will preseh at tb** North Bt. A. M E Chureh. Bunday, Mareh 18.h. The Friday Night Club held its regu Isr mtetii g at the reBidenee of Mr. Bcott White on Glssgow St., Pridsj right. Missea Fannie Paige and Mary F. White; Dr. ard Mrs. J. G. Pr*nee; Mesar,. Wm. M. Reid and W. H. Jen ninga psrttcipsted in tb** dianuBaioo. Mr. E. H. Holmes psid s Hying yisit to Berkiey Saturday, Mareh 10th. Mr. Wm A. Bona viaited Suffolk, Mareh 11th. MiB8 Fannie Conway of Effingham St., wsb tsken suddenly ill at the eeurthouse Saturday morni...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 March 1900

T> V0LXVH.N015 RICHMOND, VIRGINIA SATURDAY MARCH 241900 PRICE 5 CEN TS REV. DR. HARYEY JOHNSON SPEAKS. The Removal of Dea. Taylor. HE QUESTIONS DR. JONES Jesus Christ and the Sabbath. AUTHORITIES CITED?NO FALSE DOCTRINE. Baltihobb, Mn , Mareh, 1800. Editob Johm Mitchbll. Jb., Dear Sir:?I see in your most widely read paper of s week sgo, a statement to the rffect thst a deaeon of a Baptist Chureh in Riehmond, Va., had been exeluaed both from hia offioe and ohureh memberahip, for believing thst Saturdsy ia still Ged's Sabbath ; and that it had not been changed to the lst day of the week or to what is known aa Sunday and the Lord's Day. I also see that Prof. Jones was a member of the oommittee or aouncil that examined the brother on his doe trinal tUnesa for the miaistry, and that they refused to reeommend him for li oenae. but made a caae against him, and sent him on to the chureh meet ing to be tried for holding falae doo trinea. CANNOT riNO IT. Now I wsnt to aay to Dr. Jo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 March 1900

By HARiay Vvboo Rtynolds CHAPTEK XI. Karlne's face grew paler than before. Throwiug up her head with a proud, 8pirlted little geature. she walked qulckly to the door, aud "**TsaSe*l out In? to the ball. It had, lndeed, been Sir Waiter and Lady Tressidy and Carson Wildred whose volces we had heard. "Why did you run away? We have been 'ookiug for you everywhere, and wasting so much time!" 1 beard Lady Tressidy say fretfully. "I was very tlred of standlng,"- the girl promptly returned, "and of walt Ing. too"?with a certain imperiousness ln her tone. "I wandered away to fill np the time till Mr. Wildred should bave straightened matters ln the din Ing room." She had contrtved to satlsfy their curlosity without telllng an actual falsehood, of whlch I knew Irstlnctlv ely she would groatly disllke making herself guilty. It did not seem to occur to them to enter the drawing room where she had left me, and when I was sure that they had passed out of sight and hearing I came forth from the Ign...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 March 1900

(THE FOLKS WE USED TO KNOW. flWd you ever notice soaaeaow, Aa the years go slldln' past. "That you git to lookin' baek ard Sorter wlshful to'rd* the laat? Aa' how them 'at's now your neisbbora Don't stand a ghost o' ahow When yowgo comparln' of 'em To the folks you *ased to know T lt 'peara we Jtat can't recollect TBe fracasea we've had. laNar forty-'leven other thinga That made ua flghiln' mad. ?JBat we've salted down the good 'una, An'. no matter whur we go. (There'* none can "hold a candle" To the fuiks we used to konw. fi mind when w? waa llvtn' Out there on Cedar Crlck? There wa'n't no better nelghborhood? lf anyone tuck aick [They'd come frum all d'rections, Jlat wade through raln ur anow, To aee how you was comin' on? Th* folka we used to know. Aa' the vltte's that they'd fetch yoiil Why, 'twould fairly muke you lax, Tou'd bln deader nur a mackerel - lf you'd only et the haif. Put me ln mmd of falr-time . . Ur some purvishun show, j.jj^ ,To see 'em packin' ln the truck? ._?/....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 March 1900

Pullsho d every FatnrfsY rv jorm Wltcbel ., at Sll North Fouith Ftreei. JOHNMITOHELLhJR., EDITOR. All commnnioatlons intend en for pnbllcatlon should be sent so aa to reach us by We_na__av. TXBM8 IN ADVANCB. *__? Copy, one year,.?. ?,.......81.? One Copy.eight moi.ths,..?. 1.0a .O"' Copy, six months,.-._,.?_0 "On? Copy, four months. ?. One Copy, three montha._.40 ?-_> Copy_.06 ADVRRTISING BATRS. _"or one lnch.one lns.rtlon....__....___,_.4 _c ?Tor one lnch each subaequent InserUon.. 86 _"or two laehea, three months,.._ 6 0C For two lnehea, six months.... 100C "for two lnchee, nlne mon ths. 14 ? *?or two lnehea, tw?lve months. 30 Ot Baerrlage and funeral notloes. 6C _ tandlng and transleot notice* per line. l( fOSTAQB BTAMP8 OF A l _NOMINATION HIGHKR THAN TWO CBNTS ^OTRB^KIVKr .TN SUBSCRIFTIONS. t-sPLANBT la Iasued weekly. The anhecrlp _cc prloe ls $1.60 a year, ln edvance. There are roua wati by whlch money can b? ajnt by mail at oar risk?ln _ Post Offlee Mone? Order; by ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 March 1900

-SATURDAY, MARCH 24,1900 TO THE NEGRO OAHTALIdT. Say, what are you doing For your own folka at large Whose welfsre you have To an extent in your charge? For eaoh muat guard well And must auooor eaoh other, For God hath required That we must keep our brother. You've bought msny houies And acres of land, And s store, too, you keep At an old well-known stand, And bsnk-stock and bands Of the Government strong Some mortgages, too, Whieh you bought for a song. Yes, yes, now I see That you are quite well flxed, As pertaina to youraelf That your cup is well mixed; i nai your oup is well uji; But again I would aak In all kindneaa. no pun? For your people at large? What good have you done? -Eva. TIOUBLE IN OOEUR D'ALENE. Gen. MoCain Reports the Shooting of Three Private Oolored Soldiers. News of further trouble in the Ooeur d'Alene mining district reached the Wsr Department yesterday il the fol? lowing telegrsm: Vaboouvbb Babbaoes, Wash , Msrch 19. Adjntsnt General, Waahington: Oommanding off...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Richmond Planet — 24 March 1900

OVER A GLASS OF WINE Braarl.il*.* Water aad ?.u|> (ui.,!. ?*??? ***?*'??? *? DUclple to the TrmpiT. SaaaSe Cauae at a Dinner Party. They had been introduced, of course, antat he spoke to her first at dinner. *May 1 pour you a little wine?*' he e?ked. Thank you," she said. simpiy, "a, attle claret. I dr:nk only claret." "You don't care for the sweet -avines?" **I don't think I really care for any ?wine, but this? is what we drink swt *hoine. You did net pour any for your arelf." she atfded. u ummtuit after. ? Ue snjiled. ' **It would be for the first time ln my Hfe if 1 had." *'How strange!" She looked at him 4**>intblnnk with a pair of elear and very kind blue eyes. "Have you scru pies? Do you think it wrong?" **Well"?he drew a long breath? **a.svrdly. Yet, for me, it would be -*vrong.*' The color deepened on her cheek a Httle. Ue Paw her check baek a word Irom her lips. and the shadow that awept over her face was sweeter than ?nny brightness. But he could not ...

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