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RED CLOUD, NEBRASKA, CHIEF
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The Bright Bees
James Branch Cabell
Copyright by t'nll T'lt'ir Svnrlte-it
JUST A LITTLE ABOUT
JAMES BRANCH CA5ELL
Mr. Cnliell I to me i vcrv pleas
ant voice over the teloplione. 1
catlpil him up when I retched lttch
motul, lie IImh live mlloq out
town. He hnil nlnaily Joined th
Stnr Author S.t r of Matrimonial
AdventuuM through the Follcltntlon
of Mr. Jom'pIi IterKOHliLltuor.
I wanted to talk to Mr. Cabell
rtliout his c-tory for the series, hut
tho warm hiiiihIiIiio und the rlm:
Unworn that the New Vorkor hoiiio
tltMH erroneoiivly usHitrMtf with
VlrKlnl.i were vIMUnK elsewhere
It wiiH Knowing when I arrlvid and
ltk'htnond had hccoino a Jos did
city of Kleamlnu UlileH whin 1 left
tho next mornlnp. I did not meet
Mr. Cnliell, liecaiiHO the roads to
town did not lake kindly to the
we.itlar it ml motor tiuvullng wns
If James lirnncli Cabell had writ
ten nothliii,' ele, as the author of
"JurBon" alone lie would hne a
tinlipie plate In American letters
Hut Mr. Cabell's other hooka ate nn
uddltlonnl reanou for his IiIkIi pl.ue
In American lltetature "l'lie Hrl?ht
Hi es of Toupan" follow h. nnd I
Know of no other writer who would
linvu treated the eiy Intricate puIi
Jeet of m irrlnite In thlH perfectly
delightful falrb-tale Mle.
Aftir nil, should nrtlstH marry'
I leave It to oil aid Mr. Cabell
MAKY STKWAHT CL'TTING, JH.
I . ,)
Mlr.uiinn Lluagor Inn! wry wonder
fully pi capered at magic; lit' was as
they fraj, now blessed with more than
any reasonable peison would ask for.
and tho most clamant of these super
fluities appeared to hWn to ho his wife.
They tell how Mlrntnon was one of
the Leshy, honi of a people that was
neither human nor Immortal, telling
how his home was hullded upon the
summit of tho mountain called Vtal
ilex. Hero In tho old days dwelt Mlin
mon Lluagor, at n discreet remove
from the pnnllslmess of men and tho
disreputable amour1! of the High finds,
retiredly In his Doubtful Palace;
wherein, as they report also, this wiz
ard designed the dic.ims for sleep.
His taste was for the richly roman
tic. I?ut his wife (Jlsele had quite
tither notions, a whole set of notions,
and hor philosophy was that of bel
ligerent Individualism. And the wiz
ard, to keep peace, at least In the In
tervals between his wife's more nior
dantly loquacious moments, would tie
feign such dreams as (itself preferred.
But lie know that these dreams did
not cNpiess the small thoughts and
fr.ncies which harbored In the heart
of Mlr.imon Lluagor. and which would
polish with the falling of his doom
unless he wi ought the fancies Into
dream'; that, being fleshless. might
evade carnivorous time. Anil Mlra
mon hungered fur the lost freedom of
Ills wife also was discontent, be
r.wiFp (he wn.vs of the I.eshy appeared
to this mortal woman Indecorous. The
doom that was upon the I.eshy seemed
not entirely In good taste to her who
had been born of a race about whom
destiny did not bother; In fact. It was
n continual Irritation to her that her
little boy Demetrius was predestinate
to kill his father with the charmed
Rword riamlierge. This was a doom
which Madame (llselc found not at all
the sort of thing ou cared to haw
Imminent In jour own family; and she
felt that the sooner the grav Norns.
who wonw the fate of all that II w.
were spoken to quite caudldlv. the bet
tor It would be for everybody con
cerned. She was Irrltatod by the mcro sight
of rianiberge. So her thinking wn.s
not of silk and honey when, after pol
ishing the sword as was her usage
upon Thutsday morning, she came Into
Mlrnmnn's Ivory tow or to bang the
weapon In Its right place. With Mira
uion Bat that sleek person whom men
called Nlnzian. It was not known to
all of Ninlnn's friends that he was an
evil spirit who had come out of the
Bottomless Pit to work Iniquity; hut
Mlramon Lluagor knew this, nnd tbeio
fore bo made appropriate use of the
demon, and Indeed upon this wry
afternoon the two were looking at that
which Nlnzlnn had procured for the
wizard at a price.
"Good-day to jou, Sir N'lnzlnn," sn.vs
Madame filsele, politely enough. And
then she spoke, In a dlffeient tone, to
Mlramon Lluagor. "And with what
are you cliitteilng up the house now?"
"Ah, wife." replies Mlramon. "these
are the bees of Toupan, a treasure be
yond woid or thinking. They are not
as other bees, for theirs Is the appear
ance of shining Ice; nnd they unwl
fretfully, as they have crawled s-lnce
Toupan's downfall, about this cross of
black stone "
"That Is a very likely story for joti
to bo telling me. who can nee that the
disgusting creatures have wings to
fly away with whenever they want to.
And besides, who In the world Is
'"He Is nobody In this world, wife,
i ml It lb wiser not to speak of liSrn,
Let It suffice that h tnn nil thlngn
as they were. Then Koshchel took thct
power from Toupan, and made nil
things as they are. Yet tluee of Tou
pan's servitors endure upon earth,
where they who were once lords of tho
Vendlsh have now no power remaining
saw to cieop humbly as Insects; the
use of their wings Is denied them, the
charmed stone holds them Immutably.
Oho. but wife, there Is a cant rap
which wmild free them, n cantrap
which nobody has us .vet dlscowrod,
and to l heir ivleaset will bo gi anted
whatowr his will m.iy deslio."
"This s soiiio moie of jour stuff and
nonsen-e, out of old fuliy tales, where
cwrjbody gets three wishes, and no
good out of unj of them."
"No. my low, because I si all put
them to quite practical uses. Tor yon
must know that when 1 haw found
out the cantrap which will release the
bees of Toupan "
tilsele showed plainly that bis fool
ishness did not co.ucin her. She
sighed, and hung the sword In Its ac
customed place. "Oh, but 1 am weary
of this endless wl.ardryl"
"Then, wife," savs Mlianinn, "then
why aie you perpetually meddling
with what joti do not understand?"
"I think." said NlinMan, at once, for
this demon, too, was taarrlod, "I think
that I had best bo going."
But Clsele's attention was reserved
for her husband. "L meddle, as jou so
wry politely call It, because you haw
no sense of what Is right and proper,
and no sense of nioiuls. and no sense
of opedioncy, and In fact, no seno
Mliamon said, "Now, dearest I"
Sir Nlnlnn was hastily picking up his
hat. But (Jlsclc continued, with that
icslstless and devastating onflow which
l:s peculiar to tldnl wuws and the
tongue of her who speaks for her hus
band's own good.
"Women owrj where have n hard
time of It. but In particular do I pltj
the woman that Is man led to one of
jou iiiootistitick artists. She has not
half a husband, she has but tho tend
ing of a baby with long legs"
"It Is so much later than I thought,
that ically now " obserwd Nln.lan,
" And I might haw had an earl,
or a well-thought-of baron, who would
haw bad thu decency to remember our
anniversary and my birthday, and In
any event would never have boon In
the house twenty-four hours a tiny.
Instead here I am tied to u muddle
head who fritters away his time con
triving dreams that nobody cares about
one way or the other. Yet If only jou
would bo sensible about your silly bus
iness I could put up with the Inconven
ience of having jou underfoot every
moment. People need dreams to help
them through the night, and nobody
enjoys a really good dream more than
I do when I have time for It, with the
million and one tl ings that are put
upon me. But dicums ought to be
wholesome, they ought to point an up
lifting iiioi al, and certainly they ought
not to be about Incomprehensible thin
nonsense that nobody can halfway tin
del stand. They ought. In other words,
to make jou feel that the world Is a
pretty good sort of place after all "
"But, wife, I am sure that It Is,"
says Mlramon. mildly.
"Then tho more ehamo to you ! and
the veiy least jou can do Is to keep
such morbid notions to yourself, and
not be upsetting other people's repose
"I employ my natural gift, 1 express
mjself and none other. The rosebush
does not put forth vrheat. nor llux
either," returned the wizard, with a
tired shrug. "In line, what would you
"Oh, a great deal It means to you
what I prefer! But If I had my wish
your silly drcam-uial.ing would be
taken away from jou so that we might
Now as she spoke Olselo slapped
viciously nt tho black cross. And n
thing happened to behold which would
have astonished the magi and the en
chanters who had given over centuries
to scinching for the cantrap which
would i flense the bees of Toupan. For
now without nny exorcise of magic
the scouring rag swept fiom the siono
one of thee Insects. Koshchel, who
made all things as thfy are, had de
creed, they report, that these bright
perils could be freed only In the most
obvious way. because be knew this
would be the last method attempted
by any learned poisons.
Now for an Instant the halls of the
Ivory tower were a-qulver like blown
veils. And the bee passed glllterlngly
to the window, and through the clear
glass of the closed window, leaving a
small round hide there as the creature
went to Join Its .seven follows In the
Toupan, nlloat In the void, unclosed
his ancient unappeasable ejes; nnd
.Taey returned to his afoietlme estate
In the moon, and all plants and trees
everywhere were withered, and the
sea also lost Its greenness and there
were no more emeralds. And the High
Cods were appalled to see their doom
so nenr nt hand, and they cried out to
Koshchel who devised them.
Koshchel answered,: "Have pa
Heme I When Toupan is released I
fall with jou. Meanwhile I have made
all things as they are."
And In that Instant Mlramon Llua
gor, as he stood blinking Wi his Ivory
tower, was nwaie of a touch upon his
forehead, as If n damp sponge wore
passing over It. and he peicelved that
lie had forgotten the secret of his wiz
ardry .Something he could jet renall,
they ny. of ii;r magic of the Purln
and the ca?t stones, of the Hore and
the Bull, of the Water, and most of
the lore of the Apsnrasas and the
raldhln rune rcnaluci! to him He
could still make shift, he knew, to con
trol the hitter Duergar. to build the
fearful bridge of the White Ladles, or
to contrlt the dance of the Korrrd.
He Kept his mastery of the Shedeem
who desnstatc, of tile Shehlrcem who
terrify, and of the Mazikeen who do
stroj. But such accomplishments, as
be despairingly knew, were the stock
In tratle of any fairly competent sor
cerer anywhere; and that supreme se
cret which had made Mliamon Lluagor
the master of all dreams was gone
away from him completely.
He was very angry. "Accuied wom
an 1" he cried out, "now Indeed has
jour common sense completed what
jour nagging began. This is tho doom
of all icMsts 1 1 in t have to do with
well-coiidticted women. Tiulj bus It
been .;ill that the matrlage bed Is the
grave of art Well, I have put up
with much from jou, but (ids settles
it, and I wKi, j cm were in the middle
of next week."
With that he caught the soiled
scouting rag from the hand of (Jlsele,
and he slapped at one of the teinalu
lug bee, and brushed It from tho black
cross. And this hoe departed as the
other had done.
Toupan now moved his wings, exult
ing, and by his moving the worlds In
that pait of the universe were dis
lodged and i an melting down tho sky;
(iatiracy swept the fiagmenls together
and formed a sun Immcasurahlj great
er than that which ho bad lost. And
the High Cods were frightened now
with reason, for in this Intolerable
glare they showed as llluiy and In
credible inventions, and they knew
that If ever the last lemi.lnlng bee
were freed fiom the crces. the dizain
of tho Pleiades would bo completed,
ami their day would bo over, and tho
power would return to Toupan.
Yet Koshchel, lifting never a linger,
said only: "Lh. sirs, have patience!
Tor I made all things as tlioj are. and
I know now It Is mj safeguard that 1
have made them In two ways."
But Mil union, In his Ivory tower
upon Vialdex, know only that his wMi
hud been granted, for Glcie had gone
Just as a bubble breaks,
"And a good riddance, too," sajs
Mlramon. He turned to Nln.lan, that
smiling (lend. "Whj. did jou ever see
the like of such outrageousness!"
"Oh, very often," loplled this N'ln
zlnn, who too was man led. Then N'ln
zlnn asked, "But what will jou do
Sajs Mit anion, "I shall wish to have
back the secret and the solace of my
But to Nlnzian this seemed less ob
vious. "You may do that by ideas
ing thp third bee. Yes, Mliamon, jou
can get back jour art. but you will be
left defenseless against the doom
which Is nppolntod. No, filend. by
my advice jou will employ the can
trap as jou at tlist intended, and will
secure for yourself eternal life by
wishing that Flambergo may vanish
from this world of men." And Nlnzian
waved toward the sword with which
tho Norns bad foi contained that Mlra
mon Lluagor must be killed by Ids
The fallen wizard answered: "Of
what worth Is life If it breed no more
dreams?" And Mlramon said also, "I
wonder, Nln.lan. Just where Is the
middle of next week?"
Sleek Nlnzian spoke, secure In bis
infeinal erudition. "It will fall upon
a Wednesday, but nobody knows
whence. Oljbrlus states that It Is
now in Aratu, whore all that enter
are clothed like a bird with wings, and
have mnly dust and clay to eat In the
unchnnging twilight "
"She would not like that. .She bad
alwajs a delicate digestion."
"Whereas Asinlus Pollio suggests,
not implausibly, that it waits beyond
Slid and CJold, In the blue bouse of
Nostrum!, where Sereda herds the un
born Weduesdajs, under a roof of
plaHed serpents "
"Dear me, now that would never
suit a woman who had an almost mor
bid aversion to reptiles!"
"But Sosldes declares It Is In
Nlbalba, where Zlpama and Cahia
knn play at handball, nnd tho earth
quakes are at muse "
"She would bo none the happier
there. She does not care for babies,
.she would not for one moment put up
with a fractious joung earthquake,
and would make things most unpleas
ant for everjbodj. Mn.lnn" and
Mlramon coughed "Ninlan. I begin
to fear 1 have been a little hasty."
"It Is the frailty of all jou artists,"
the Hem! icplled. "In any event you
have one wish remaining, nnd no
more. You can at will desire to have
back again the control of jour lost
magics, or jou can have back your
wife to control joiu"
"Yes," sajs Mliamon. forlornlj-.
"And indeed," the demon went on,
with that glib optimism reserved for
the dilemmas of one's friends. "In
deed It Is In many wajs n splendid
thing for j on to have the choice clear
cut. Nobody can succeed alike at be
ing an artist and a husband. 1 hold
no brief for either career, because I
think that art Is an unreasonable mis
tress, and I think also that a wife Is
amenable to the same description. But
1 am certain no mnn can serve both."
Mlramon sighed. "That Is true.
There Is no merrlpve for the maker of
dreams, because, he Is perpetually cre
ating finer women than earth provides,
The touch of llesh cannot content him
who has nrrango.il the shining hplr of
angds and modeled the breasts of Hie
sphinx Tho woman that shares his
bed is thoie, of course much ns the
blanket or the pillow Is there, and
each Is an aid to comfort But what
has the m.ik'T of dreams, what has
that troubled help.' who lives Inside
the cioature which a mirror reve.ils to
him. to do with women? At best, these
animals afford him models to be lde.il
Ized beyond the insignificant truth,
somewhat as I bnvo made a soul-contenting
portent with only n lizard to
start on. And at worst, those animals
enn rive through no liult-u.. t oilnuii
tnod.lllng where they do not under
Now Mlramon kept silence, lie was
fingering the magic coitus with which
he bhroaed tho llrst sketches of bin
dream Here was his white, which
was the foam of ocean marie solid, and
the bl.uk ho had wrung from the
burned bones of nine eniperots Hcie
was the jellow slime of Scjro, and
crimson (innabails lomposcd of the
mingled blood of behemoths and
dragons, nnd hero was the poisonous
blue s.ind of Putooll. And Mlramon,
who wi.s no longer a potent wlaul,
considered that loveliness and horlor
which a moment ago he hail known
how to evoke with these pigments, he
who had now no power to lend life to
his designs, and kept Just skill enough
It might bo to place tho striping on a
And Mlrnmon Lluagor said: "It
would be a sad happening If 1 were
never ngaln to sway the sleeping of
men, and grant them jot moie dreams
of distinction and clarity, of beauty
and sjmtnetry, of tenderness and
truth and urbanity. Tor whether they
like It or not, I know that It Is good
for them, and It affords to their
starved living that which they luck
and ought to have."
And Mlramon said also: "Yet It
would be another sad happening were
my poor wife permitted eteinally to
scold the shivering earthquakes In the
middle of next week. What does It
matter that I do not especially like
her? Tlieie Is a great deal about nij'
self that I do not like, such ns my
bodj's il.ibblness, and the small nose
which makes ludicrous the face I
wear; but do I hanker to bo trans
formed Into a stni dy inan-at-atms? Do
I view the snout of an elephant with
povetniisness? Why. but, Nlnzian, I
am astonished at jour foolish talking!
What need have I of perfection?
What would I have in common with
anybodj who was patient with me and
thought highly of my doings? No.
Nlnzian. It Is In vain that jou pester
mo with your continuous talking, for 1
nm ns used to her shoitcomlngs as I
am to inv own shoitcomlngs. I re
gard her tantrums with tho resigna
tion I extend to Inclement wenther. It
Is unpleasant. All tempests are un
pleasant. Ah. jes. but If life should
become an endless clear May after
noon we could not endure It; we who
have once been lashed by storms
would cross land and sea to look for
snow and pelting hall. Just so, to
have Clsele about keeps mo perpetual
ly fretted but now that she Is gone I
am miserable No, Nlnzian, jou may
spare jour talking, you need say no
more, for I simply could not put up
with being left to live In comfort."
Sir Nlnzian had hoard him Nirough,
with that patience which Is requisite
to frcads. Ami Mnzlan, shrugging,
said. "Then do you choose Mlrnmon
for jour wife nnd no more dreams, or
for your nrt nnd loneliness?"
"Such wishing would ho overwnste
ful," Mlramon replied, as he tlustrtd
away tho third bee. "Since I enn bear
to give up neither my wife nor my nrt,
no matter how doMroylngly they work
against each other, I wish for every
thing to bo put hack Just whore It was
an hour ago "
'J lie last two Hew In a wide circle,
nnd returned to the cross. Life re
awoko In all which hatl perished In
that hour, and Ciiuruey's baleful sun
was gone, svitl the dislodged worlds
nnd satellites were revolving trlmlv
In their former places. And the High
Cods rejoiced; for there were only
seven Pleiades, and Toupnn, ufloat In
the void, again seemed harmless
enough, because tho ejes wore dosed
wherein Is tireless and unappeasable
malignity, and a foreknowledge which
is perturbing to the Cods.
Koshchel said only: "What need
was there to worry? Did I not make
my creatures mule and femnle? And
did I not make the tie which Is be
tween them, that cord which I wove
equally of love and of disliking? Eh,
sirs, hut that Is a strong corl, and
fhuugh nil things that arc depenu upon
It, my weaving holds."
But Mlramon In his Ivory tower
knew nothing of how he had plajcc!
havoc with the universe; he only knew
thnt trpon the black stoae cross thteo
bees were crawling fretfully, and that
his wife Clsele had come hack to him
"A pretty trick that was to play on
me!" she says. "Oh, hut I pity tho
woman that is mauled to an artist!"
"But why do jou perpetually med
dle without understanding?" he te
plled, as fretful as the accursed bees,
as angry as the Intolerable woman.
And they woat on very much ns be
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enemies of life and looks. In use since
1696. All druggists, three sizes.
Look for tho name Gold Medal on crary
box and accept no Imitation
Don't Hide Them With a Veil; Remove
Them With Othine-Doublo Strength
This repartition for tho treatment of
treckles l uminlly no aucceantul In removing
, wclilt una giving a cienr. Deauiuui com.
, ,,,,., tllIlt u u aota umlor BUnninte to
, refund tlm money It It (nils.
Don't hide your freckle tinder a veil)
get an ounco of Othlnn nnd remove them.
liven the flrnt few application! nbouM show
a womlorful improvement, omo ot th
lighter freckles vttnlahlni; entirely.
He sure to oak tho ilrucRlat for the
double-atrongth O thine; It In thin that tl
mid on thu money-buck guarantee.
Hectare Color and
Deaotr to Cray and Faded KaU
Ttfcn Client. Wri ratrlwg'if.rt.T
HINDERCORNS nrmore Onmt. Cat
Inuire. tin., atom ml pain, n.ur comfort to t!aa
fret, makea walking rarr. Ita. by mall or at Drur
(lata, UlaoozCbomlral Werka.I'atctuictM,M.T.
Serums and Vacclneiheti
dointi his Ixit to conserve your
I intertill, zsytiri
on; line count for
The Cutter Laboratory
"Thi Lttltrturj thit Kmxjl Iltw"
Berkeley (U.S Lkouc) California
W. N. U.( LINCOLN, NO. 23-1923.
He gasped, stood stock still and
"Vou told me you got In last night at
10 o'clock. Yet I distinctly heard tha
clock strike 21"
"That's right, Mabel," he nodded, "it
started to strike 10, hut 1 stopped It to
keep from disturbing you." Klchmonc
A gossip never seems to bnve tlm
to Investigate the facts.
Northwestern Yeast Co
1730 N. Ashland Ave.
- Ox-Blood - Brown
In the handy box that opens with a turn of tho
key. No broken nails or soiled hands. Softens
and preserves leather. Sheds moisture. Shot
shining with SilINOlA " & " thrifty htbit.
"The Shine for Mine"
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