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The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
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THE ALLIANCE HERALD
T. J. O'Keefo. Publisher.
BRIEF TELEGRAMS. ::
Tho village of Kent, near Crcston,
lias decided to Incorporate.
The quarterly pensions awnrded to
tho veterans in tho Soldiers' homo at
Marshalltown Just received amounts to
An attempt to hold up Thomas Mc
Carthy's restaurant at West Liberty
resulted In tho death of Arthur Meade,
who attempted to assist tho proprietor.
"War on tho dnndcllons was begun
at Marshalltown under tho leadership
of tho Woman's club. Public Bchool
children liavo been enlisted for tho
work of extermination,
Justico Bonner of Webster City re
fused to hold Dr. Ida LouIbo Lyons,
physic and magnetic healer, charged
with practicing without a license. Tho
ground for release Is that tho Iowa
law refers only to drug doctors.
D. Ycomans, Interstate) commerce
commissioner; George It. Peck, gen
oral counsel of tho Milwaukee rail
road, Chicago, and Colonel Alnsworth,
chief of tho pension bureau at Wash
ington, arrived In Onawa to look at
the stock at tho Park farm of Mr. Yeo
mans. Wllkesbarro (Pa.) dispatch: At
an Impressive ceremony at tho Ma
llnckrodt convent fifteen girls took
tho whlto veil and twenty Bisters tho
black veil. Dtshop Hoban presided.
Among thoso who took tho holy vows
was Sister Cuedlla Stein Koeng of
In tho last few months tho stato has
been enr'ched about $150 a month on
account ot issuance by tho stato audi
tor of tho certificates which insurance
companies send out to agents and cus
tomers showing that thoy have secur
ities on deposit to cover tho valuo of
Tho $10,000 breach of promise suit
of Miss Leona Mackison against Dr.
J. W. Frnzler of Honey Creek, which
has been assigned for trial at Potta
wattamie county In tho district court,
was settled out of court, a compromise
having been reached by the parties'
interested. Miss Mackison concluded
to accept $1,050 In settlement.
Nearly all tho farmers around Aftori
nnd Crcston aro now engaged In tack
ing up signs at tho entranco of their
fnraiB notifying all hunters and others
not to trespass on their premises nnd
threatening them with prosecution In.
caso thoy disregard tho notices. This
action has become necessary from tho
frequent loss, of stock by careless poo-'
plo with guns and tho frequent tres
pass of parties with dogs who havo
made tho stock so wild that it Is im
possible to properly caro for it.
John Foss a well known clgarmaKer
of Crcston, was taken to the inobrlnto
ward of tho stato hospital at Mount
Pleasant by Sheriff Marshall, under
sonto.ico of threo years, as pronounc
ed by Judge Macy after a hearing In
the district court. Foss is tho first
Atlantic man to bo brought up under
tho now dipsomaniac law, but Mayor
McWald has notified several others
that tho next time they como beforo
htm for drunkenness he will file In
formation against them and havo them
sent to tho hospital with Foss.
A determined effort is to bo made
by tho Btato officials to put an end to
tho snlo of uncolored oleomargarlno
In Iowa. Some time ago tho Btato
dairy commissioner caused a test suit
to bo brought by tho indictment of
agents selling so-called uncolored oleo
margarlno. On tho first trial tho jury
disagreed, but a conviction was se
cured on tho Becond trial. Tho oleo
margarlno sold was not pure white,
but rather of an ivory color, like poor
butter, but It was that which passes
under tho United States classification
as uncolored, and is in fact not artifi
Tho receipts In tho general frnds at
the Christian Home, Council Bluffs,
last week amounted to $178.Go, being
$21.42 below tho needB of the week
and Increasing tho deficiency to $1,
8G0.43 in this fund to date. In tho
manager's fund the receipts wero
$22.25, being $12.75 below tho needs
of the week and Increasing the de
ficiency in this fund to dato to $76.55.
Onawa was visited by a perfect
delugo of rain, 3.30 Inches falling in a
short time. According to the weather
observer this makes the total for tho
month of May to dato 9.62 inches,
which is tho greatest rainfall since
1888, when tho rainfall for tho entlro
month of' May was 9.82 inches,
At Ames tho board of trustees of
the Stato college let tho contract for
tho central building nt the college for
$266,000 to H. W. Shlueter & Co. of
Chicago. Tho plans wero modified
from tho original draft ro as to ai'-ult
Tho special election for the purpose
of submitting to tho doctors of Coun
cil Bluffs the question of granting a
franchise to the Western Iowa Inde
pendent Telephone company to operate
In this city cannot now be held LIore
THE LION'S WHELP
A Story of Cromwoll'a Tlmo
BY AMELIA E. BARR.
Author of "Ths Dow of Oranjf Ribbon." "I. Thou and tho Other Ono."
"Th Maid of Maldr lane," Etc
(Copyrltbt, 1901. by Dodd, Mead & Company. All tlthta reserved.)
CHAPTER XIII (Continued.)
Then ho turned to Matilda and led
ner to n sofa, nnd comforted her; and
tho men-servants came and took away
the dead body nnd laid It, as Anthony
wished, on his old master's bed.
And in the great salon, now cleared
of its offending visitors, Cymlln sat
comforting Matilda and finally ques
tioned her in a way that compelled
her to rely, In some measure, upon
"Stephen was hero yesterday?" ho
"Part of tho day. He left hero at
four In tho afternoon."
"Yet tho mail-rider, under oath,
Bworo this morning that it was Ste
phen who robbed the mail."
Sho laughed queorly.
"But If It was not Stephen, who was
it?" ho insisted, and ho looked wltb
such a steady, confident gaze into Ma
tilda's faco that she crimsoned to her
finger-tips. Sho could not meet his
eyes, and sho could not speak.
"I wonder who played at being Ste
phen do Wick," he Bald gently. And
the sllcnco between them was so sen
sltlvo that neither accusation nor con
fession waB necessary. '
"I wish that you had trusted me.
Yob might havo done so and you
After Anthony was buried, his will
was read. Ho left everything he pos
sessed to tho Lady Matilda do Wick,
and no one offered a word of dissent.
Sir Thomas seemed unusually de
pressed and his lady asked him "if ho
was in any way dissatisfied?"
"No," ho answered. "It is tho death
of tho young Lord Neville that gives
me constant regret."
"Is ho dead? Alasl Alas! Such a
happy, handsome youth. It is incred
ible," said Lady Jevery.
"I thought ho had run away to tho
Americas with your gold and my
aunt's Jewels," said Matilda.
"I wronged him, I wronged him
grievously," answered Sir Thomns.
"I kissed the
"That wretch of a woman at The
Hague never paid him a farthing,
never even saw him. She Intended to
rob mo and slay him for a thousand
pounds, but under question of tho law
she confessed her crime."
"What do you think has happened
"I think robbery and murder. Some
one has known, or suspected, that he
had treasuro with him. He has been
followed and assasslnntod, or he has
fought and been killed, and little Jane
Swaffham is slowly dying of grief and
cruel suspense. She loves him, and
they wero betrothed."
Thero was a bhort silence, and then
Matilda said: "Many brave young
lordB havo gone out from homo and
friends these past years, and never
como back. Is Neville's life worth
moro than my brother's life, than
thousands of other lives? I trow not!"
But In the privacy of her room she
could not preserve this temper. "1
wonder if Rupert slew him," sho mut
tered. And anon
"He would think It no wrong only
a piece of good luck.
"Ho might also bo Jealous of Cluny.
I spoke often ot the youth's beauty
I did that out of simple mischief
but Rupert Is touchy, sometimes cruel
always eager for gold. Poor Jane!"
A Little Further On.
The settlement of the affairs of An
.bony Lynn occupied Sir Thomas
much longer than he expected, and tho
autumn found tho family still at do
Wick. Stephen had escaped, as had
also his companion conspirators, Ma
son and Blythe; and Matilda could not
but compliment herself a little on her
share in securing their safety.
Towards tho middle of September
Sir Thomas roused himself from his
life among flowers and shrubs, and
said he must go back to London. He
had a sudden desire for his wharf and
his office, and tho bearded, outlandish
men that he would meet there. And
as the ladles also wished to return to
London, the beautiful homo quickly
out on an air of desertion. Boxes lit-
tered tho hall; they wero only waiting
until tho September rain-storm should
pass awayt and the roads become fit
At this unsettled time, and in a
driving shower, Cymlln and Doctor
Verity wero seen galloping up tho
aveniiQ ono evening. Every ono was
glad at the prospect of news and com
pany, Sir Thomas so much so, that he
went to tho door to meet tho Doctor.
"Nobody could bo moro welcome," he
said; "and prny, what good fortune
brings you here?"
"I como to put my two nephews In
Huntingdon Grammar school. I want
them to sit where Cromwell sat," ho
"Ah I this great Cromwell!" Bald
Lady Jevery; "but If he has the wily
Mazarin at his disposal, why can ho
Lnot find out something about that poor
i-oru ixeviuef noa oi. a nun re
turned, or is ho also missing?"
"Ho returned somo tlmo ago. Ho
discovered nothing of importance."
"Then I supposo wo shall see no
moro of Lord Neville. I am very sor
ry. Ho was a good youth, and ho loved
Jano Swaffham very honestly."
A week after this evening the Jev
erys wero in their own house, and Ma
tilda had sent word to Jano Swaffham
that she wanted to seo her. Sho
opened her heart on various subjects
to Jane, more especially on Anthony
Lynn's dramatic llfo and death, and
tho money and land ho had left her.
"Of course," sho said, "It Is only tem
porary. When tho King comes home,
Stephen will bo Earl do Wick, and I
shall willingly resign all to him. In
tho meantime I Intend to carry out
Anthony's plans for tho improvement
of tho estate."
When this subject had been talked
well over, Jano named cautiously tho
lover In France. Much to her sur
prise, Matilda seemed pleased to en
largo on tho topic. She spoko herself
of Prince Rupert, and of the poverty
I and suffering Charles' Court were en-
rosy little brat."
during, and she regretted with many
strong expressions Rupert's presenco
there. "All ho makes is swallowed up
In tho bottomless Stuart pit," she
said; "even my youth and beauty have
gono the samo hopeless road."
"Thero was a queer story about
Stephen robbing the mail and tearing
up the threo warrants for the arrest
of Blythe and Mason and himself,"
"Did you believo that, Jano?"
"The mall was robbed. Tho war
rants wero never found. Stephen has
a daredevil temper at times. When
did you-hear from him?"
"I hear from him very often now,
Jane, for it Is the old, old story
money, money, money. But I am not
going to strip do Wick a second time
for them," then drawing Jane close to
her, and taking her hand she said with
an Impulsive tenderness:
"Jane, dear Jano, I do not wish to
open a wound afresh, but I am sorry
for you, I am Indeed! How can you
"I havo cast over It tho balm of
prayer; I have shut It up in my
heart, and given my heart to God.
I have said to God, 'Do as thou wilt
with mo.' I am content, and I have
found light In sorrow, brighter than all
the flaring lights of Joy."
"Then you believo him to be dead?"
"Yes. There Is no help against such
a conclusion, and yet, Matilda, there
comes to me sometimes, such an in
stantaneous, penetrating sense of his
presence, that I must believo ho is not
far away," and her confident heart's
still fervor, her tremulous smile, her
eyes llko clear water full of the sky,
affected Matilda with the name appre
hending. And there was such a haunt
ing sweetness about the chastened
girl that Matilda looked round wan
derlngly; It was as If thero wero
freshly gathored violets In the room.
Sho remained silent, and Jane, after
a few minutes' pause, said, "I must
go home, now, and rest a little. To
morrow I am bid to Hampton Court."
"And you will come and toll me all
about your visit. The world turned
upside down Is an entertaining spec
tacle. Ann Clarges the market wom
an in one placo, and Elizabeth Cron
well in another "
"Tho Cromwells aro my friends, Ma
tilda. And I will assure you that
Hampton Court never saw a moro
worthy queen than Elizabeth Crom
well." "I have a saucy tongue, Jane do
not mind when it backbites; there is
no one like you. I lovo you well!"
These words with clasped hands and
kisses between tho two girls. Then
Matilda's faco became troubled and
Bho sat down alone, with her brows
drawn together and her hands tightly
"Did Rupert kill Neville?" she ask
ed herself. "Oh, me, I do fear it Ho
lied to me, then; of courso ho lied;
but that was no new thing for him to
do. What shall I do?" Sno went over
and over this train of thought, and
ended always with tho same irreso
lute, anxious question, "What shall I
Tho next day Jano went to Hamptoa
Court. Sho was conducted to an
apartment In ono of tho suites for
merly occupied by Queen Henrietta
Maria. As sho dressed herself sho
thought of the great men and women
who had lived and loved, and Joyed
and sorrowed under the aucUnt roof
of Wolsey's splendid palace.
In a brilliantly lighted room Mr. and
Mrs. Claypolo and Mr. and Mrs. Rich
ard Cromwell and Doctor John Owen,,
and Mr. Milton, and Dr. Verity wero
grouped around her highness the Pro
tector's handsome wife. She sat at
tho Protector's right hand, and Jano
Swaffham sat at his left.
He was in an unusually happy mood
and Doctor Owen, remarking it, Ad
miral Blako said, "They had been
mobbed mobbed by women and tho
Protector had tho best of It and that
was a thing to pleasure any man."
Then Mrs. Cromwell laughed and said:'
"Your highness must tell us all now,
or wo shall be very discontented.
Where were you, to meet a mob ot
"Wo wore in London streets, some
where near the waterside. Blake was
with mo and Blako is going to Ports
mouth to take command of an expe
dition." "Where to?" asked Mrs. Claypole.
"Well, Elizabeth, that Is precisely
the question this mob of women want
ed mo to answer. You are as bad as
they were. But they had somo ex
cuse." "Pray what excuse, sir, that I havo
"They were tho wives of the sailor
men going with our admiral on his.
expedition. And they got all around
me, they did indeed, and one handsome
woman with a little lad in her arms
sho told me to look well at him be
cause he was called Oliver after me
took hold of ray bridle and said, 'You
won't trample me down, General, for
the lad's snke, and 'tis1 but natural
for us to want to know where you
are sending our husbands. Come,
General, tell us wives and mothers
where tho ships are going to?' And
there was Robert Blake laughing and
thinking it fino sport, but I stood tip
In my stirrups and called out as loud
as I could, 'Women, can you be quiet
for one minute?' They said, 'Aye, to
be sure wo can, if you'll speak out.
General.' Then I said to them, 'You
want to know where tho ships and
your men aro going. Listen to me!
Tho Ambassadors of France and Spain,
would, each of them, glvo a million
pounds to know that. Do you under
stand, women?' And for a moment
thero was a dead silence, then a shout
of comprehension and laughter, and
the woman at my bridlo lifted the bojr
Oliver to mo and I took him in my
arms and kissed the rosy little brat,
and then another shout and the
mother said, General, you be right wel
come to my share of the secret,' 'and
mine!' 'and mine!'" 'and mine!' they
all shouted, and tho voices of thoso
women went to my heart and brain
like wine, they did that. Thoy made
mo glad; I believo I shouted witb
(To bo continued.)
SHOULD HAVE CLIPPED WINGS.
Wise and Profound Decision of a Glas
A story is told of a Glasgow bailie
whose knowledge of natural history
was limited. One day, while on tho
bench, the following case came beforo
A man who had a squirrel, on going
to the country for a short time, left
tho squirrel in charge of a neighbor.
The neighbor, when attending to tho
animal, accidentally left the door of its
cage open, and, without being seen, it
made Us escape.
On his return, the owner of tho
squirrel was very angry at the man for
his carelessness, and brought an ac
tion against him, demanding compen
sation for the loss of his pet.
Tho bailie heard both parties, and
then gave tho following as his deci
sion. Ho said to the neighbor:
"Noo doot yo did wrang to open tho
cage-door, but" turning the pursuer
"yo was wrang, tae, for ye should
have clippit the beast's wings."
"It's a duadruped, your honor!" said
"Quadruped hero or quadruped thero
if ye had clippit its wings it couldna
hae flown awa'. I dismiss the case."
About the Size of It
She Do you consider it wicked to
He It Is if you lose.
Sho Why the distinction?
He Because no person has a moral
right to be wrong.
What Started the Scrap.
Larry "Ol'd hov yez to know that
me grandfather uivor showed his
heels on th' batthlefleld."
Denny "Bedad, thin, 01 suppose
he retreated backwards."
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