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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 9 February 1909

t OfWIr Mad* for tH* N w Y««r f" ' STATE BANK EKLY ATLANTA CONSTITUTIC™ lllfcl AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JAN. 20,1900 Loarffe aftirf T)f liankiftg Hoiise, Fix. Casfi The Cass County Sun ,629.51 £,126.09 28.018.07 Sipka] Surplus and Profits Deposits *15,000.00 1,282.21 a3,S)2.(« Total $49,674.27 1 ;| II \ llfc of farm wisdom, Worth its weight in gold. The Tri-Weekly Constitution ttZttZSSZSi Bright**!, and MaOciat Southern N«wsp«p*r. Ono Hnllfir S% Y <=> * utmost a Daily, yet at the price eI a Weekly. V# M C UUMCll d 1 CqL or The Weekly Constitution — once a week, with each of the above (except that The Weekly Constitution is substituted for the Tri-Weekly)—-all for one year for only $1.40 The Tri-Weekly Constitution presents at one sweeping view the Whole area of events. The news of the country, state, nation, and th'6 world is giVeri ill each Complete issue.^ Each week the departments of Farm and Farmers, Woman's Kingdom, Great Agricultural South, Farm- ers' Union, Rural Free D...

Publication Title: Cass County Sun, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1909

LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16. 1909. 3. £■ A.B1KCICR, Publisher. I' VOL. 34. lKEA'1 faper Devoted to tlie best Interests of the I'ooplo. Siubwcripliom, 91 CO Pfr Ainu.«ri NO. BwrniwwfFn—[iw corporations Heroics. A few day! after the fearful col- lision which Bank the ltepublic dud the Florida, and the men were landed in New York, the fol- lowing announcement was made. "You men will receive your pay slips on Thursday morning at 31 o'clock. Your.wages will date lip to the tiriio the Itepublic sank on Sunday flight. Any of you who need money will be given a Hiiiiill advance by the company, which will be deducted from your pay when you reach Liverpool. The White Star officials are prepared to furnish you with tfuch articles of clothing as yotf need. The company expects to provide accommodations for you oil this ship that sails Saturday. The New Ydrli world said: The announcement was received with groans of dissatisfaction. Most of the men were afraid to talk for dublication, lest ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1909

mmm • - .. , • ' c, ® .- i Bv r" #& . ' ' *' B$L . v' V *:• ' :• ■ THE CASS COUNTY SUN «w BRPi*3ot y - • I I ■ i § i y L I, gfSSl J. E. A. BANGER. Editor and Proprietor LINDEN, TEX Ab Good beet root yields an average ol 12 per cent, of iugar. Goosebone prophets who foretold a long, cold winter are getting anxlouser and anxiouser about their reputations. As a health restorative a French medical uzpert recommends a ten to fifteen days' diet of fruit alone, twice a year. * Abruzzi may still be a great man In his own country, but over here he has dropped entirely out of the prominent citizen class. It is reported that a German pro- fessor has concussion of the brain. Probably caused by a collision be- tween two trains of thought. It is noticeable that the German papers have made no outcry over the fact that King Edward has person- ally written to Andrew Carnegie. There Is a bank cierk in Elyrla, O., who never has any difficulty In strik- ing a balance. His father was a slack-rope wa...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1909

r 0 'fik lira io u m PICTURES BY fOf WEIL WAITERS § rmY <&%, CAMPBSZE ^ ^ ME smm COPYfi/CHT. /DO/ GY A. C MSCLUAtG & CO. WII,SON -;l ,r'.i fel , * ■1 I /: . ~ vj 1 SYNOPSIS. Lord Wilfred Vincent and Archibald Terhune are Introduced at the opening of the story, In England, the latter relating the tale. The pair on an outing miss their train and Beeking recreation meet "the Honorable Agatha Wyckhoff," whose hand 1b much sought after, be- cause of her wealth. Five other Agatha Wyckhoff* are Introduced. The deceased stepfather, In an eccentric moment, made his will so that the real Agatha, heiress to his fortune and the castle at Wye, England, might wed her affinity. Thus Mrs. Armlstead, chaperon, was In duty bound to keep the real Agatha's Identity unknown. An attempt by Terhune to gather a clew from the chaperon falls. Terhune finds old books containing pic- ture of a former Baroness Wyckhoff, which la exactly like Agatha Sixth, whom he Is courting. Agatha Fifth confesses h...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1909

: m&f & pjmv" •/W$ I ;i: ®£M; '■ ' v--;- I'V-v,-,,. irHiBil SUN Banger, Editor <& Proprietor ••> f •>:■■ . V.'- ,■ ••:.:« ,.-; •". ' • w ,, 1 '',f. Mv:; ■''■ • '•■' ' *'A > ' ; •' ■'■ ' I TUB CASS COUNTY SUN ftlMUiicd cvi-ry TansiWt;, is eivtm a st tlio Lluduu jiustufli'-.a as Second Class mutter, rates of subscription: Teacher's Responsibility. : MISSIONS'COl' : | Be it rtmembt f Education does not consist so si"n '' (,'K 1""lu' " , ! County Texas, was hem <! much in erainimng the brum i of Ft|^ A D mH, : l 1Ue with rules and with theories, as; the town of Linden. Ca::s in training the mind to think v. d. Glass Co. Judge, p ctly. You may stuff the i siding; J\ p. Fapt, H. C ' till there in °- Greene and ). H. McW j Commissioners; I. fl\. Lai W. C. Blalock, Sheriff. C corre mind with book lort no room for more, but if not taught... to npply it to the prac- tical issues of life, one is but an jrt of Cass Wvni), t this 8th day |]10 MjU1 (Jf ^ .'ourt House in...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1909

/ LOCAL INTELLIGENCE ■EDINfiS Leal tier goods i>uiirmi & Font's. nt Harris, HR9BI! Seed Irieli Potatoes ut Harris, Duncan &. Fant's. Gloves^at Harris, Duncan & Fant's Garden Seed at the Cabin Drug Store. — . -- When you come to court ct M DISTI in ami shake hands with us. Mr. nVt Mi U I T!.■ litp 01. ! ''riminni !)■. . k buk It'ii ve cf our little cilv last I ^ K now 1«. nnhenh lnhtlori io If you want medicine of all kinds go to J. J. Story's. Bom to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Patinan a fine boy one day last week. Don't fotget Bernice's corufcr for candy at John S. Morris. Plow points at Harris, Duu- can & Fant's. Foley's Orino Laxative is a new reme- dy, ah improvement on tke laxatives of former years, as it does not gripe or nau- seate and is pleasant to take. It is guaranteed. fcabin Drug Co. and all drug stores. All feind/B of Cough Syrup for bad colds, la grippe etc., at the Cabin Drug Store. Mrs. J. M. Danies presented her husband with a young Jde Weldon Bailey a few ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1909

Ik v r a m w ! SI Mil' 555 ■MM MM. /!— " wl LAWMAKERS DISAGREE Irar if. \ y Inr^ornirJC^ Wwwvn/VW GUPID. THEY were the neatest ladles on the entire street, Mi ss Luclnda Berry«and her sis- ter Alice, and t hey subsisted meager- ly on a small pen- sion that had been their late father's. In the same block lived the richest, slouchiest and most irritable bachelor in the city. In February, when an unexpect- ed mildness set in, Miss Alice turned the hose on her sidewalk to wash away the ashes. AH night long, however, the wind rtne, and the fourteenth of February dawned bitter cold, and the water used for washing off the ashes froze. Miss Lucinda was in the kitchen sifting ashes to resprlnkle the pave- ment, when she heard her sister shriek. Lucinda rushed to open the front door, and saw Alice on her knees in the street supporting the husky shoulders of Williams, who was shouting lustily: "This is your work! Nice, isn't it? Always knew your con- founded neatness would cost me my life." Al...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1909

m ■ i ' '\x- ' ' V ' V HSK* mm 1 A NEWS FBOM OYER TEXAS A. D. Hamock, Sr., the oldest white citizen In Bonham, died Monday. Mr. Hamock waa 91 years of age. A tornado swept over Center, at 5:30 Friday morning which destroyed con-' slderable property. The Te:, as Bottlers' association will meet In Fort Worth Feb. 16 and the convention will last three days. Fire at 1:30 Thursday morning, de- stroyed nix buildings in Center. Losses are approximated at $25,000. Plans are being made for the or- ganization of a bank In Dallas by ne- groes and for negroes. Capital stock to be $25,000. Tl\e Methodist Episcopal church, south, has raised funds and will com- mence erection of a new church in Wichita Falls, which will cost $30,000. Sandy C. Haley, agea G4 years, for thirty years one of the most popular traveling salesmen In Texas, died Tuesday, in Sherman, from a second attack of paralysis. What promises to to be a revolution In train dispatching will be inaugu- rated by the Rock Island. It is p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 16 February 1909

HP®1 Hi.. 4 life#* i® '•:■• --V: • {:)$$?$-W^'I ■ ■., ;: ;."¥ V-. .. -S'' ' ■' ' ■ ^ i® * V i .... ;v fe, ;t s?(j rv;' 1BFHM0 StTERlORlTY. VitlijttluitfMtorfliiusaD, iit Writ- ing of his thirteen wipnth'a stay among iHe Eskimos. tells,in Har- per's ftlu&'nzins, of their grait ve and 'shire 1 mticli unci are on I said "no,'' ,r UfTTIf'* ACfordmii" to th btie 111 the l\'tiric6w <' night ri len Captain Qnenthi Rankin, after w-: SlOI V, • tA V.I M ft /'MAi'>1 /. A'> 4'."t 'h* * v:: cMar%U eii ITrauhftefe' though I knew i was lying. I wan afraid the competitive systom Iqndriess to a gtiost who could could not be explained to them hot pay for his keep, a strtlnger satisfactorily; ^either was I, be- RUQ'G I ST AND PHARMACIST; Whose purpo.se airiong them they Uilnot know. lie says: In an Eskimo hortre 1 ha,vt nev- er heard an unpleasant word be- the poorest among: them, ve- ry anxious to try justifying it. The writ r of t he abovesays:— uIi> many Liiiugs we arethesupe- tueen...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 February 1909

'V-:' ■ " 'C &/. -■■'«] • \ „ iV' -a ■ i "'*• > * '!• ' ' J I ■v ' .. 113. r J. 13. A. '.b: - A VOL. 34. Devoted to tlx© be.st i nterests of tlio l:>eople. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 33. 1 .i.v■■'*,1^?®!!25E5!5^i!™95?®!^255?5!EEEE355!5!5!5EE W llil I Mill' *1 yf II li ■ II I WW I II b* iHBBMq tatcrtpfion, f.1 (M) Per NO. 8. jam Lawyers Lower the Ideals, "The court room i* a bouIb' market where many ba'ijteraway* their ideals in the hope ot win- ning wealth or fame. Lawyers aomfc'tfates boast of thn number of men whose actjtlittal 'hey have secured when thev knew them to be guilty, and t>! advan- tages won which iliey knew their clients did not deserve. 1 doubt Understand how a, lawyer can so boast, for he is an oliicer of the court and, as such, is sworn to assist in the administration of justicc. When a. lawyer has helped his client to obtain all that his client is entitled to, he htfetf&nehM full thfty a is a law- yer, and if he goes beyond this, he goes at ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 February 1909

-Ur. - • ' ' f X JS • #• I MB OF I WA5HIM&TOM3. K1NPRF/P OF THE FIRST TPRES1PENT STILL ■RESlPE IK VIRGINIA — QUAINT F7?EPERICKS SURG AND &nARy, MOTHER OF GEOTJGE^ m ANY of the kindred of George Washington are liv- ing on the ancestral lands I in Westmoreland county, Virginia. Within pistol shot of the site of the house In which Washington was born is Blenheim bouse, built by William Auguatin Washington, nephew of George Washington and son of George Washington's elder half-brother Au- gustine. Lena Washington Hunger- ford, great-great-grandniece of George Washington, dwells there to-day. Fredericksburg by the Rappahan- nock was the boyhood home of George Washington. There he attended school to Mr. Hobby, and there the apochry- I>hal cherry tree incident was laid; there he subdued the wild colt, and there he threw a silver dollar, or other object, across the Rappahannock river. The colt incident is believable and the pitching story is plausible. It was at Fredericksburg tha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 February 1909

-• «./' " '."j I, !y 1%P® -'v"t * 'S1-■-■■;"?.■■■ .v r"' - - * — I - !L - 300 PERSONS PERISH BIG THEATER BURNS TERRIBLE HOLOOO8T OCCUR8 IN ACAPULCO—PERSONS ARE ROA8TED ALIVE. I' [Iff ift \3 I \ N in B9 ({■ ^ 'JH I' ill IH w?.v M ' i B0«?y$P 1#! )• V SS 4¥fc> f f$l -- v ?* v-ffij AMERICANS REPORTED DEAD Fire Occurs Sunday Night but Tele* graphic Communications Were Cut Off by Flames. Mexico City, Feb. 16.—Between 250 and 300 people were burned to death and .many injured in a Are which des- troyed the Flores theater in the city of Acapulco Sunday night. The news of the disaster reached this capital ibis evening, telegraphic communica- tion with Acapulco having been des- troyed Sunday night and Monday, ow- ing to the fact that the telegraph of- I-.V flee adjoining the theater was de- stroyed and all wires were put out of commission. The Flores theater was a wooden structure and last night over one thou- sand people crowded into It to wit- ness a special performance given In honor of...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 February 1909

Wm :■' ■ AgByJjy B R "'r Mp sspps S0BO, JOUNTY SUN ......", _ .. -ftSri1 John Bangor, Kditor <& Proprietor ■■'■■ ' ■ >■ tmm Till, i ■No 111 A CUtt , /car m.uu " six months ' ' 50 cents apers sent out without the casli jvance; paper stopped wlien time is or we l(jne it. lituary noticcs and cards of thanks be inserted at two-and-a-half cents line Prohibition fails in Carolina legislature, lion prevails. the South Local op- On the night of the 14th inst. 250 to 300 people perished in a Mexican theatre lire. The Supreme Court of the Unit- ed States has granted a stay of action till March the 20, on the Waters-Pierce oil suit. Possi- bly a hew hearing is asked. A civil war veteran, Jan. Ma- liar, died at Lockport, N. J. about ten days ago. After his deafh more than #50,00 ) was found in the mattress of his bed, all cash. Ami yet he drew f38 per mouth pension from Uncle Sam. This knocks the misers cold. : -k The Texas Legislature is on the grind, with more corn in the hopper tha...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 February 1909

LOCAL IJVTELLTGEJVCfC Hoy RnsHng, usdistnut cashier j \V« learn thai one of the lfltlo of tlio Hughes Spring banlc, sons of Mr. Bud Henderson, of Goober! h' K. II, She ihtlii $. t fSuintuy mid yesterday Hughes Spring!*! uccidetitaljy Prof 6. II, Flu ley was down at the'jjaren'al home. shot himself with a p;stol vvliii fotind in a drawer and is not from Marietta Suinlav. at - mS8k ttflVt Cabin '80 \ etl tli ■A B, Em Leafher goods at Harrii t)uucuh it Fant's. Garden Seed at Drug Store. Morris visited his broth- er J. S. at Queen City Saturday and Sunday. Seed Irish Potatoes at Harris, Duncan & Fant's. Don't forget Bernice's comer for candy at John S. Morris. W. Q. Henderson, of Cusseta, Was among the business visitor iu totfn yesterilny. Gloves at Harris, Duncan & Fant's. All kinds of C&ugli Syrup for bad colds, la grippe etc., at the Cabin Drug Store. V , ' ' r ,y- Mrs. W. W. Compbell is on a visit to her mother, Mrs. Wool- sack, at Tcxarkaim. Plow points at Harris, Dun- ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 February 1909

<•* i « I TRIAl SHARP COOPER The Exceptional Equipment The Farmers' State bank, capital $25,000, has been organized at Com- merce. THE CASS DAY IN NASHVILLE COURT ROOM IS MARKED BY INTERE8T ING INCIDENTS DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP PENINGS SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE STYLE raking of Testimony Began Tuesday Court Room Fl'lod. LINDEN " " NEWS FROM OYEll TEXAS NOTHING GOOD GOT AWAY I | k 9 The next summer session of the University of Texas will open June 12 and close on July 29. The plant of the Hale County Her- ald burned Monday morning, practi- cally a total loss of about $6,000. Five students of A. M. are to be expelled- from the college for hazing, by decision of the faculty, which was reported Wedpesday. As a result of stepping on a rusty nail ten days ago, B. L. Wren, aged 40 years, and a carpenter, died of lock- jaw Tuesday, in San Antonio. Monday night at 10 o'clock fire was discovered in Tyler, and before get- ting it under control, damage to the amount of $25,000 was dGne. F. C. ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 February 1909

m I ' ■ f r: I. - ' |£ r ■ L - ] - -- — - ' +r- L - : - - - *. . ' H mnrnxrow tybwt ceprtw/rr /tor srto ppptnrorT ca nAUSTRAinSD BY RAT WALTERS CHAPTER I. If Elizabeth did not Indulge in hay k'evor every year and consequently have to be very careful about breath- ing where there is vegetation it would never have happened; or, rather, we would not have been mixed up with it. I don't know after all whether it was not Gabrielle'a gold beads that were to blame just as much as Elizabeth's hay fever; for If the string had not broken everything would have been all right. Gabrtelle and Elizabeth are friends. They know each other's inmost thoughts, and their past lives contain no reservations whatever from one another—which seems a little hard on the men whose pictures they have framed and preserved as relics. I am their friend also, but I still have a few undlvulged thoughts, as well as a modest number of reserva- tions. My name is Eliza, but I prefer to spell it Elise, and perhaps I am a l...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 23 February 1909

' :.'V «. rmrAf. JWM to*- h,T ♦.?• M. -y4r#^ ' 'f'~ ■pf! : V " SSSJ I'W Jit-4V01* | )lii V Ik:la ret :'•• •'? it? men fare mean foMt rs their nature ' L * . , , MiiaH. lo be so; wo can understa'nd the motive of an indiviflanl who de- lights) to illuHtra'e a deep truth by a funny une.'dote; but we cannot understand the depravity of an individual who profane.- the numo of his Creator. We find this class, however, quite suit! often. A class tlVat lmvo such a Hercomd rfmall conception of what" dan ^li:iOU' 11 * I * 4- ^ A ■! c* is, that they think one isn't *"in '1 M 1 M'' |jjJ Randolph M convention of the Kin ters, and Miss Schlegt our cnui> u i<> of-date ilist nit expect good in inviting music to come and u trii{>, or to ['I: niinent, i ? Church PhViic t1 it old p'ano Oladys Mar- ti di-grace for ive an old out- nt like that and ;ie. And as for us* from of^jbIc that old rattle- to its aceompa- hinir but an hi- nt it" unless he curves like a tailor and frowns upon everything...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 March 1909

■w mm aaS5 • , I..J; N I j. E- A B4NCJKR, Publisher. } A. Jpaptsi' Devoted to the best Interests of the Peopl< •*5ili*tri| i«oii, II OO Ffr Amiimi — VOL. 34. LINDEN, TEXAS, TUESDAY, MARCH S, 1909. NO Illustrative of The Ways of Plunder Politics From The Dallas News. The Dignity of Farming. Worse Than Earthquakes. Speaking of volcanoes, earth- It is honest toil that feeds the quakes and other great bdnvuU world. It to dishonest shcernere sionsof Nature, it may be well directory CJIlHVOlus m 1 tJlysse® if the county seat of who seek to so munipulate bur to rcnwinIxt that there aresome r _ Grant Count y, Kansas. Some commercial system as t o rol> t he things even more destructive; j Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. eacti tive Union of America Charter BAPTIST • 0. K. Williams, Pastor. WANTED 1,000 Organizers, to organize the col- ored people of the United States into The "Negro Farmer and la- borers' Educational, Co-Opeva- 1 f| i I KKi I years ago the people elected a highly ente...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 March 1909

=5 STORM HOME TONIC FOR OLD PEOPLE fHE CASS COUNTY SUN In Sherman, ins, caused* ~ a Wonderful results, eventually restor lng full physical vigor, are obtained from the following: To one-half pint good whiskey, add one ounce syrup sargparilla and one ounce Toris com- pound, which can be procured from any druggist. Take in teaspoonful doses before each meal and before retiring. J. B. A. BANGERr Editor and Proprietor FOUR COUNTIES IN EASTERN AR KANSAS ARE SWEPT BY TORNADO. DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN HAP PENINGS SERVED UP IN ATTRACTIVE 8TYLE. TEXAS LINDEN, The flour mills of the United States represent flxed investments of about 1200,000,000. Divorces In New York and Chicago. New York city has its average num ber of divorces as compared with the cities of the United States. Chicago is the only city that is proportionate- ly ahead of it. In New York there are two persons divorced to every 26 mai rled. An alligator dinner may be well enough provided the alligator la not doing the dining. Everyt...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Cass County Sun — 2 March 1909

1 « § . sf 4 * i' ■ ■ <|£fl • " '*p Jl^ 1 w - ? ■ ■ ™ ' eofrnKir nor tr je iWPincorr CO JIXVSTRATZD BY HAY WALTERS '■3 JS mm BY^H.IA mmnxiaN TYBOVT: 8YN0PSIS. 53& Three girls—Elizabeth, Gabrlelle and Ellse—started for Canada to spend the summer there. On hoard steamer they were frightened by an apparently dement- ed stranger, who finding a bug belonging to one of them, took enjoyment In scru- tinizing a photo of the trio. Eilse shared lier stateroom with a Mrs. Graham, a|po bound tor Canada. P s$i.as CHAPTER l.-~Contlnued., * ■m The light was burning .in my state- room when at last I forced myself to enter it, and Mrs. Graham lay asleep in the lower berth, her Hps' slightly parted and her face resting upon her hand. Nature had meant to be kind , to this woman, and had been liberal indeed with her gifts. The lashes ■which swept the pale cheek were dark and curling, like the luxuriant hair carelessly pushed aside on the pillow, while the face itself, though thin and haggard, ha...

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