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t in liwttlon In 111 Mili 0 lioth 'IVmim mill
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nro t'lillioini, (Hill IIH (l pll'llK' Unit Hill'
will tell I1I111 what In wiiiiIm lo know n
m.iiiIIiik tint Inti'iitiiiiiM of KiiKliiml lovviinl
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ilcird lo Montrrul 011 Hlutu builiii'iH. 11111I
uiliiliKi'M lo lie liuurloil to r.lUuhi'th
1 iiiirciiiii iicinrii ncpui uiiK 1 in' ii.iiuuoni
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(liunUi'ii rmiKn niiiiiiii. who t iiHslntliiK
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fulfil, hIhtii he fallfil. In illHunvi'iliiK
Kimlmul'H Intentions rfKiinlliiK Orr-Ron.
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lalncil it iinlf from tin' 'IVxiih ntliifh)' to
I'alu'iilmri, ftavliiK that If tlm I 'lilted
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lioiinil fr.r UrcKon. C'alhoiiti pxcIIch tlm
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iiiflif to iv tniity nr iir.ncxallnn Nlclmlim
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iimrrliiKc ami that she Inti mil to iftiiui
In WiuihlliKton Id ifPiili the wroiiK
NIcliohiH follow liir. Ilf li'.iins on tint
May that 1'olL has liu-n flfclfil nn.l
'I'fMiH nnnrM'il, and that then- Ih to l'
war with Mi'Nli'o Tim hiiloni'i'S tells
Trlut Hint In return for a coiiipnnnlMc of
thf Oregon IxiiiihIiii y on thf fort.s-nlnlh
ilfKiff, Mini hii'i snlil lifisilf to I'aUi'iihani
Sho tcllt him the iitoiy of her life
CHAPTER XXXIII. Continued,
Sho nodded. "Yes Dehiiuriiee,
raku, monster, dcKeiieinte, product of
tlinl aristocracy which hud opiiroaai'd
tiH, I wns ol)ll;cd to 111:11 ry him, 11
innti throe times my ago! I pleaded.
I liCKKt-'d. I wns taken nwny by night.
I was I was They Hay I wuh mar
ried to him. For myself, I did not
know whoro I was or what hapnuned.
Hut alti.T thnt they nahl I was the
wife of this man, a not, n inonstor, the
iiiomory only of manhood. Now, In
deed, the rcveiiKo of the. aristocracy
She went on at laitt in a voice ley
cold. "I lied 0110 nlfiht, hack to Hun
gary. For n month they could not Ilnd
me. 1 wns still young. 1 saw my
people then uh I had not before. I
saw also the monarchies of Kuropo.
Ah, now I knew what opprcaMon
meant! Now I knew what clnsa dis
tinction and special privileges meant'
I saw wlmt ruin it was spelling for
our countrywhat It will spoil for
your country, if they ever come to
rule hero. Ah, then that dreum came
to mo which had come to my father,
that beautiful dream which Justified
mo in everything I did. My friend,
t-an It can it in part Justify mo
"For tho flrst time, then, I resolved
to live! I have loved my father over
slnco that time. I pledged myself to
continue, that work which he had un
dertaken! I pledged myself, to better
tho condition of humanity If I might
"Thero was no hope for me. I wns
condemned and ruined as it was. My
Hfo was gone. Such as I had loft, that
I resolved to give to what shall we
call It? the Ideo democratlnue.
"Now, may God rest my mother's
soul, and mine also, so that some time
I may eco her In nnother world I
prny I may be good enough for thnt
some time. I hnvo not been sweet
and sinless as was my mother. Fate
lnld a heavier burden upon me. Hut
what rcmnlned with me throughout
was the Idea which my father had be
queathed 111c "
"Ah, but also that beauty and sweet
ness and loyalty which camo to you
from your mother," I insisted.
Sho Bhook her head. "Walt!" hhe
t.nld. "Now they pursued me as
though I had been a criminal, and
they took mo hnck horsemen about
mo who did as they liked. I was, I
say. a sacrillco. News of this came to
thnt innu who was my husband. Ho
had not tho courage of tho nobles left
Hut ho hoard of one nobleman agalust
whom ho had a special grudge, and
him ono night, foully and unfairly, he
"News of that camo to tho emperor.
My husband wna tried, and. tho caso
being woll known to tho public, It wns
necessary to convict him for tho snko
of example. Then, on tho dny sot for
his beheading, tho emperor reprieved
him. Tho hour for tho execution
passed, nnd, being now freo for tho
tlmo, ho Hod tho country. Ho went to
Africa, and thero ho so dlsgrnced the
state that boro him thnt of lato times
I hear ho has been sent for to como
back to Austria, Even yet tho em
poror may suspend tho loprlovo and
Bond him to tho block for his ancient
crlmo. If ho had 11 thousand heads
ho could not atone, for tho worse
crimes ho has done!
"Hut of him and of hln end I know
nothing. So, now, you seo I was ami
nm wed, and yet am not wed, and
novor was. I do not know what I am,
nor who I am. After all, I cannot toll
you who I nm or what I am, becauso I
myself do not know.
"It waa no longer safo for mo In
ray own country, Thoy would not let
mo go to my fnthor any more. As
for him, ho went on with his studies,
omo part of his mind being bright
nnd clear. Thoy did not wish him
ubout th court now. All those- mat-
JL JLwP' J. JL JL
BY EMERSON HOUGH
AVTIIOR. OF THE MfiWlAflPPI BUBBU5
IlLTOTRATIONS' ly TtAGNUi" O.ICETTNER-
COPVR10HT 199 &y DODDA'-r-TEttniL.L. COMPAKy
I w, in
"Yes,"Sald She,"Among Other Things
tors were to bo hushed up. The court
of England began to take cognlznnco
of these things. Our government was
scandnllzed. They sent my father, on
pretext of sclentltlc orrunds, into one
country and another to Sweden, to
England, to Afrlcn, at last to America.
Thus it happened that you met him.
You must both have been very near
to meeting mo In Montreal. It was
fate, as wo of Hungary would say.
"As for me. I wns no more hare
brained iadlcnl. 1 did not go to Rus
sia, did not Join the revolutionary
circle of 1'arls, did not seek out Prus
sia. That Is folly. My father was
right. It must bo the years, It must
bo the good heritage, it must bo tho
good environment, It must bo oven
opportunity for nil, which alone can
produce good huinnn beings! In short,
believe mo, a victim, tho hope of tho
wot Id Is In n real deniocrucy Slowly,
gradually, I was coming to believe
Sho paused a moment. "Then, one
time, monsieur I met you, here In
this vory loom! God pity me! You
wore the llrst man I had ever seen.
God pity mo! I believe 1 loved you
- that night, that very llrst night! Wo
nre friends. We are brave. You aro
man nnd gentleman, so I may say
thnt, now. I nm no longer woman.
1 am hut a sacrillco.
'Opportunity must exist, open and
freo for all tho world," she went on,
not looking at mo more than I could
now at her. "I hnvo set my life to
prove this thing. When I enme here
to this America out of pique, out of a
love of adventure, out of sheer dnrlng
and exultation in imposture then I
saw why I was bom, for what purpose!
It was to do such work ns 1 might to
provo tho theory of my fnthor, and
to Justify the life of my mother. For
that thing I was born For thut thing
I hnvo been damned on this earth, I
may bo damned in tho life to come,
unless 1 enn make somo great atone
ment For these 1 suffer nnd shall al
ways suffer Hut what of that? There
must nlwnys be a sacrillco."
Tho unspeakablo tragedy of her
voice cut to my soul "Hut listen!" I
broko out. "You nro young. You aro
free. All tho world is boforo you.
You can havo anything you like"
"Ah, do not talk to mo of that," sho
oxclalmed Imperiously. "Do not tempt
mo to attempt tho deceit of myself!
I mndo mysolf as I am, long ago. I
did not love. I did not know It Ah
to marriage, I did not neotl It. I hnd
abundant moans without. 1 was in tho
1 upper rnnks of socloty. I was thore;
1 wus ciassiucu; 1 uveu witu them,
nut always I had my purposes, my
plans. For thorn I pnld, paid, paid,
ns n woman must, with what, a wom
"Hut now, I nm fnr ahead of my
story. Lot mo bring It on I went
to Pails. I hnvo sown soino seeds
of venom, somo seeds of revolution, in
ono place or another in Kuropo in my
time. Ah, it works; it will go! Hero
and thero 1 have cost a human life
Hero nnd thero work was to bo dono
which I disliked; hut I did It. Mis
guided, uncarcd for, mishandled as I
had been well, ns I said, I went to
"Ah, sir, will you not, too, leave tho
room, "hnd lot mo toll on this story to
mysolf, to my own soul? It Is fitter
for my confessor than for you."
I Have Been 'America Vespucci!'"
"Let mo, then, be your confessor!"
said I. "Forget! Forget! You have
not been this which you say. Do I not
"No, you do not know. Well, let
be. Let mo go on! I say I went to
Paris. I was close to the throne of
Fiance. That little duke of Orleans,
son of Louis Philippe, wns a puppet
In my hands. Oh, I do not doubt I
did mischief in that court, or at least
If I failed It was through no lack of
effort! I was called there 'America
Vespucci.' They thought mo Italian!
At last thoy came to know who I was.
They dared not make open rupture
In tho face of the courts of Europe.
Certain or tholr high officials came to
me and my young duke of Orlonns.
Thoy asked mo to leave Paris. They
did not command It the duke of Or
leans cared for that part of It. Hut
they requested mo outside not In his
presence. They offered ine a price, a
bribe such an offeilng as would, I
fancied, leave me fieo to pursue my
own ideas in my own fnshlou and in
any coiner of the woild. You havo
perhaps seen some of my little fan
cies. I imagined that love and hap
piness were never for mo only am
bition and unrest. With these goes
luxury, sometimes. At least this sort
of personnl liberty was offered me
tho price of leaving Paris, and leaving
tho son of Louis Philippe to his own
devices. I did so."
"And so, then you came to Wash
ington? That must have been some
"Yes; some five yearn ago. I still
was young. I told you that you must
have known me, and so, no doubt, you
did. Did you ever hear of 'America
A smile camo to my face at the sug
gestion of that celebrated adventuress
and msterioiiB linpostress who had
llgured In the annals of Washington
a fair Italian, so the rumor run, who
had come to this country to set up n
claim, upon our credulity at least, to
being tho descendant of none less
than Amerigo Vespucci himself! This
supposititious Italian had indeed gone
so fnr as to secure the Introduction of
a bill In congross granting to her cer
tain Innds. Tho fate of that hill even
then hung In tho balance. I had no
reason to put anything beyond tho au
dacity of thiB woman with whom I
spoke! My sinllo wnB simply that
which mnrked the eventual voting
down of this onco eclobrnted measure,
ns merry nnd ns bold a Jest ns ever
was offered the credulity of n nation
ono concelvablo only In tho mnd and
bitter wit of Helena von Hltz!
"Yes, madam," I said, "I havo heard
of 'America Vespucci.' I presume that
you nro now uhout to repeat that you
Sho nodded, tho mischievous enjoy
ment of hor colossal jest showing in
her eyes. In splto of all. "Yes," paid
Bho, "among other things, I have been
'America Vespucci!' There seemed
llttlo to do hero In Intrigue, and that
wnB my llrst endeavor to amuse my
solf. Then I found other employment.
England needed 11 skillful secret ngent.
Why should T bo faithful to England?
At least, why should I not also en
joy lntrlguo with yonder government
of Mexico nt tho samo tlmo? Thero
camo also Mr. Van Znndt of thlB Re
public of Toxns. Yes, It Is truo, I
(havo seen some sport here in Wash-
Ington' Hut nil tho time ns I played
In in own little game with no one
to enjoy it save myself I saw myself
begin to lose This country this
gieat splendid country of savages
began lo take 1110 by the hands, began
lo look me In tho eyes, and usk tne:
'Helena von Hltz, what nro you? What
might you have been?'
"So now," she concluded, "you asked
me, asked me what I was, nnd I havo
told you. I ask you myself, what am I,
what am I to be; and I sny, I am un
clean. Hut, being as i am, I have dono
what 1 have dono. It wus for a principle-
or It was for you! I do not
know " '
"Theie nre those who can be noth
ing else but clean." I broko out. "I
shall not endure to hear you speak
thus of yourself. You you, what
hau you not dono for us? Wns not
your mother clean In her heart? Sins
such as you mention were never those
of fcatlet. If you havo sinned, your
sins are white ns snow. I at least
am confessor enough to toll you
"Ah, my confessor!" she reached
out her hands to me, her eyes swim
ming wet. Then hIio pushed 1110 back
suddenly, beating with her Httlo
hands upon my breast as though I
were an enemy. "Do not!" sho said.
My eye caught sight of the great
key, Pakenhain's key, lying thero on
the table. Maddened, I caught It up.
nnd, with a quick wrench of my naked
hands, broke it in two, and threw tho
halves on the floor to join the torn
scroll of England's pledge.
1 divided Oregon at the forty-ninth
parallel and not at llfty-four forty,
when I In oko Pakenhain's key. Hut
you shall see why 1 hao novor to
"Ask Sir Kichaid Pakenham If he
wants his key now!" 1 said.
Klii' will not utuy the blcgo of lovlni
Nor bide tho c ncountur of nanaMlng eyei.
Nor ope her Up to soul-stdilt'lnt;
KoUl . . .
For mIip Ih wise, If I can Juilgn of her:
Ami fair she Is, If that mine oyes be
And lino she Is, as she liath proved her-
"What have you done?" sho ex
claimed. "Are you mnd? He may bo
here at any moment now. Go, at
"I shall not go!"
"My house is my own! I am my
"You know It is not true, madam!"
1 saw the slow shudder that crossed,
her form, the fringe of wot which
sprang lo hor eyelashes. Again tho
plendlng gesture of her hnlf-opon lin
gers. "Ah, what matter?" she said. "It
Is only one womnu more, against so
much. What Ih past, is past, mon
sieur. Onco down, a woman does not
"You forget history you forget the
thief upon the cross!"
"The thief on tho cross was not a
woman. No, I nm guilty beyond hope!"
"Rather, you aro only mad boyond
renson, madum. I shall not go so
long us you feel thus although God
knows 1 am no confessor."
"I confessed to you told you my
stoiy, so there could bo no bridge
across the gulf between us. My hap
piness ended then."
"It is of no consequence that we
be happy, madam. I glvo you back
your own words about yon torch of
For a time she sat and looked at
mo steadily. There was, I say, some
sort of radiance on hor face, though
1, dull of wit, could neither under
stand nor dcscrlbo It. I only know
that she seemed to ponder for a long
time, seemed to icsolvo at last. Slow
ly she roso nnd left mo, parting tho
satin draperies which screened hor
boudoir ftom tho outer room. Thero
wns silence for some tlmo. Perhaps
she prayed I do not know.
Now other events took this situa
tion In hand. I heard n footfall on
the walk, a cautious knocking on tho
great front door. So, my lord Pakon
ham was prompt. Now I could not
est ape even If I liked.
(TO Hi: CONTINUKD.)
The Polite Chiffonier.
A certain woman whilo walking
down tho uvonuo ono Thursday after
noon, her negro maid's "day out,"
chanced to moot that young person
riding In an automobile with two col
ored friends. Tho next day tho mis
tress inquired how tho maid hnd en
joyed her rido.
"Oh, It was cort'nly flno!" wns tho
reply. "And tho way I camo to go,
ma'am, was this. I wnB callln on my
cousin when a friend of hers, n chif
fonier, came in. He said ho had tho
machine outsldo and asked hor to
havo a ride, and, ns ho concluded mo
In tho Invltntlon, of co'so I wcut!"
Rare Old Wine.
Somo wlno has boon discovered In
tho cellars of tho city hall, of Bremen
which baa boon left there for two and
a half conturiea.
IN OBEDIENCE TO ORDERS
French Boy Caused Merriment by Tak
ing the Order of the Court Too
A droll incident Is reported ob hav
ing taken place in one ot tho pnnln
clal appeal courts In France. A hoy,
about fourteen, wns summoned to glvo
evidence, and his nppoarnnco wns such
us lo move the whole court to laugh
ter He wore u long redlngote, pecu
liar to the Hasqiie country, nnd Im
mense boots. Ills; trousers, collar nnd
but were unquestionably those of n
man The court was convulsed, and
tho president asked tho boy how ho
dared to treat the court In such a
ninnner Tho boy seemed as surprised
ns the president, and taking out tho
citation from his pocket, lead the
foi inula Inviting him, "Comparaitre
tlans les affaires do son pore." (To
appear In his fnthor's suit.)
THE ALARMING PREVALENCE
Findo Victims Among Every Race,
Age and Condition.
Of all the diseases of the skin and
scalp which torture and dlsllgure man
kind, three-fourths nro eczeiuatous.
Millions are born with eczema, and It '
Is the only thing other millions have
left when they die. Neglect In Infancy
and childhood, irritating conditions af
fecting the skin, ignorance of Its real
nature, Improper remedies and many '
other causes that might be mentioned
havo created an eczema which, with
varying severity, h.13 nullcted count- '
less numbers during their entire lives.
Eczema Is a skin dlneaso. It Is not ie
carded as hereditary, nor contagious,
and is Impartially distributed among
the rich and poor, the high and low.
The agonizing itching nnd burning of
the skin, causing loss of sleep, is usual
ly the most distressing symptom and is
caused by tho bursting of little vesicles
filled with an acrid fluid, which burns
us with lire tho denuded skin. New
vesicles form, fill and burnt, sculcs
form uiion scales, and crusts upon
crusts until disfigurement Is added to
One of the most successful treat
ments for eczema, whether applied to
the youngest Infant or tho oldest per
eon, Is hot baths with Cutlcura Soap
and gentle anointings of Cutlcura oint
ment. For more than a generation,
these pure, sweet and gontlo emolli
ents have proved tho most efficient
agents In the speedy and permanent
relief of all forms of eczemas, rashes,
ltchlngs and irritations of the skin and
scalp. Although Cutlcura soap and
ointment nre sold by druggists nnd
dealers everywhere, In order that
those who have suffered long and
hopelessly and who havo lost faith In
everything may make trial of them
without charge, a liberal sample of
each will be mailed freo to any ad
dress, together with a 32-page pamph
let, giving a description nnd treatment
of the various forms of eczema, as
well as other affections of tho skin,
scalp, hair and hands send to "Cutl
cura," Dept. W, Roston.
Cure for His Dyspepsy.
Hogan Phwat makes ye swnlly all
your dinner In two minutes, Grogan?
Aro yez ntln' on a bet?
Grogan It's for tho good av mo
dyspepsy, Molke. Sure the docther
tould mo to rlst an hour after atln',
and how else am 01 goln' to git tho
hour of list in onlcss Ol ute lotko the
Constipation i-lowly impairs the general
health tlarfii'ld Tea correets coiintiputiou
uud benefit the entire srtem.
We are interested In others when
they are Interested In us. Plubllus
Mra. WlnsIoWn Soothing Hyrup for Children
tretliliiK. MifleiiH tlir kuuih, reduce h Inrl&nimu
tlou, ullujH paln.eurcH wind colic, 25c a battle.
Whatever you lose, you should reck
on of no account. Publlus Syrus.
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STOMACH. CAS AND FERMENTATION, CONSTIPATION AND
BILIOUSNESS. WITH MOST SATISFACTORY RESULTS.
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUPCO.
IN THE CIRCLE
ON EVERY PACKAGE 0FTHE
THE WONDERFUL POPULARITY OP THE CENUWE SYRUP
OF FIGS AND ELIXIR OF SENNA HAS LED UNSCRUPULOUS
MANUFACTURERS TO OFFER IMITATIONS, IN ORDER TO
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OR WHAT MAKE YOU W1SIL WHEN YOU ASK FOR
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ING TO DECEIVE YOU TELL HIM THAT YOU WISH THE
CENUINE, MANUFACTURED UY THE CALIFORNIA FIG
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NOTE THE NAME
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THE CIRCLE.NEAR THE TOP OF EVERY PACK AGE.OF THE
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DRUGGISTS REGULAR TRICE S0t PER
SYRUP OP FIGS AND ELLXIR OF SENNA IS ESPECIALLY ADAPTED TO THE NEEDS 0?
tADIES AND CHILDREN. AS IT IS MILD AND PLEASANT CENTLE AND EFFECTIVE, AND
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ALWAYS BUY THE CENUINE.
California Fig Syrup Cq
AN ESTABLISHED FACTORY
Producing Ht.indnnl goods ummI by stores,
banks, f.irnicrs and practically everybody,
I tending itH hpccial lepre-ctitativc to
open n distributing oflico for this district
and other unoccupied territory nnd desuc4
n H'Milent dihttilmter with C00 to 83,001)
in each, inrrviiig stock for immediately
lilling oiileip; wo allow $100 to S-'OO month
ly compensation, extra cominisioiis, of
lac mid other c.spomc, per contract, nc
fouling to mc of ditiict allotted and
stock inriicd; permanent nrranucments;
rofeirtiCHM lequiifd. If you can fill ie
qiiiteiiunt wiite promptly. "Liberty
M.'inufnctiiiitiK Aoci.ition, 'JIM West Iiu
1011 fc't., (.hiuigo.
Some men aro ns easily rattled as
others are hard to shake.
9 For getter leaSfSt
If you have lost j'our
good health let the Bit
ters help you to regain it.
A 58 years' record backs
up its merit in cases of
Stomach, Liver and
Bowel Ills and Malarial
Disorders. Try it to
day. All Druggists.
Why Hen) a Farm
and be compelled t6 pay to your landlord most
of your Imrd-earned profits? Own your own
iarm. secure 11 iree Homestead In
r.lanltobn, Saskatchewan or
Alberta, or purchnae
land In one of these
districts and bank a
protllol $10.00 or
lt!.UO an acre
Land purchased 3
years ngo nt $10 00 an
acre has recent ly
chanced hands at
$.(W on acre. The
crops crown on these
1 a nan warrant me
t advance. You cun
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farmlnc nnd tfraln urowlnir In
the urnvlncei of MnnltnliM.
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held by railway and land com-
F antes, will provide homes
Adaplabln soil, healthful
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., rur neuters' rules. ileM-iiptlve
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ticulars, write to Sup'lof Imitil
Krntlnn.Ottana, Canada, or to tuo
Canadian GuTerniuout Agent.
W. V. BENNETT
Bee Building Omaha, Neb.
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