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IhK OMAHA BKK: TUKSDAY. JULY 18. 1922.
Marriage of Barry Wicklow
By RUBY M. AYRES
on her arm and
Keullnued from Veslerdar.)
"I think you'll soon get tired oi
living down here," the said, sudden
ly. "It's a very monotonoui life. Wc
do the same thing day after day
grt up at the fame time, have meali
it the Mine tunc, teed the animals
rook and wash up, and go to bed
at the same tune. The only really
rxoiuiK thing itt the Heck ii market
day, and then we all go into Bed-
mund." She laughed at his intcrttt
ed face. "And Hrdmund is to tiny
you uould jirohaljy be able to walk
all round it in a quarter of an hour."
"We will try, shall wc? he aug
Shc.Iaught'd and shook her head,
"It's a very Ini-y day for me. I
help I'ncle Joe."
"And do you like livinor here?"
She hesitated. "I suppose I do,"
the said at laot. J ve lived here all
my life, and nobody has ever been
to good to me as I'ncle Joe. When
my father died, mother and I hadn't
anything at all, and he just came
ind fetched us over here to the farm,
inn we ve been here ever since. She
Milled a little sigh. "But, all the
'tame," she said, with sudden change
of tone, "I (hould love just love to
be able to live in London."
"Perhaps you will, when you are
married," Barry said, rather shortly,
is if she did not wish the subject
Barry stood beside her in 1 silence
for a moment. "You have friend:
in town, of course," he said then.
Again there was the faintest per
ceptible pause before she answered
him. "I know one or two people
Apparently she was not going to
latisfy his curiosity. Barry frowned.
He tried to recall what .it was his
uncle had said about this girl that
. she was most undesirable! Yes, that
' had been one of the many preposter
ous things. He looked down at her
with a little flame in his eyes. The
old fool did not know what he was
talking about. Who in- the wide
world could have been responsible
for such a statement?' He frowned
fiercely as he. looked but across the
Hazel was Watching; him. "How
cross you look I" she said, with a little
hint of laughter in her voice. "What-
ever are you thinking about?"
"I was wondering," Barry answer
ed abruptly, "whether I should tell
you something, or whether " He
turned and looked at her. "I think,
perhaps, it will keep," he added, iu
another tone. .
She did not Question him, and they
turned towards the house.
"I don't know what yoU are going
to do with yourself all day," she said,
presently. "I am , quite sure that
you don't really care for long walks,
in spue oi wnai you sam lo uncie
Barry declared that he did; he said
that he thought the country was rip
ping. "And I shall ask your uncle
to take me round the farm with him,"
She laughed at that.. "Uncle Joe
would walk you off your feet in
morning, she declared. He s so
strong he nevervKets, tired."
" And dont you tmnk I am strong?"
Barry demanded, with pretended ef
fronterv. . 1
She raised her pretty eyes, and
dropped them again quickly. "I'm
sure I don't know," she' said, rather
They had reached the house again
now, and she went away, " leaving
aim standing in- the doorway.
Barry looked after her with a com
ical sort of dismay in his eyes; then
he wandered into the sitting-room.
There was nobody . there, and he
sat down on the arm of an old-fashioned
grandfather chair, and stared
moodily at the floor.
He was conscious of a miserable
indecision should he go or should
he stay? He did not want to stay,
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and yet he most assuredly did not
want to go.
Norman was safe for the preteut,
at an event; the sprainrd ankle
would keep him a prisoner (or some
Harry swung his Irg to and fro im
patiently, and wished he had not
Jt had hern a fool's rrraxnd; he
could not understand now why he
had ever consented to it. He got up
from the chair and lounged over to
the mantel-shelf; it was covered with
an old-fashioned velvet mantel-
board, worked in silk in gay colors.
A great many photographs stood
there in rather ugly frames that look
ed as if they might have been bought
in Bedmund on a market day.
Barry scrutinized them idly. There
was one ot joe Daniels, taken iu
years ago, on horseback; another of
him got up in what was obviously a
best suit, with a little girl on his
Barry's interest increased. He
leaned a little closer to the photo
graph. The little girl was Hazel, he
was sure: the likeness was unmis
takable, in spite of short frocks and
pinafore, and a big bow on her
pretty hair. He picked the photo
graph up and looked at it rather
eagerly. She had been very pretty
then, but not nearly so pretty as she
was now. He put it down hastily
he thought he had heard some one
in the passage outside.
He turned again to the other
photographs. What hideous frocks
women wore in those days, he
thought. It was quite a relief to find
jomethmir modern amongst the col
lection, and then he scowled sud
denly, for he had come across a snap
shot of his cousin taken somewhere
on the farm with Hazel herself.
It was evidently quite a recent
snapshot. Norman was in flannels
and a straw hat, and he was smiling
down at the girl beside him, and
looking very pleased.
"Silly ass!" said Barry, -under his
breath. He .felt angry, without
knowing why. Norman was always
in and out of love with some one.
What business had he got to hang
about after this girl?
"Don't you .think that is a good
snapshot?' 'asked Hazel, at his elbow.
He had not heard her come into
the room. He started, to find her so
close beside him.
He put the photograph down hur
riedly, as if it had been hot. "Not
bad," he said, casually. "Who's the
man? One of the farmers round
A farmer! Oh. if he could hear
youl" She laughed merrily. "Oh,
no; he isn t a farmer, she said.
"He's just a fric-d who comes down
sometimes from London to see us.
He was to have taken us to the
theater that night we met you," she
went on. "But he wasn't able to
manage it. Her eyes grew mischiev
ous. "He's ' eot a father whom I
believe he's awfully scared of." she
"Indeed." said Barrv. He was de
lighted at the turn the conversation
had taken. He looked again at hi
cousin'se photograph. tHe' rather
like a chap I used to know, he said,
with elaborate indifference.
Is he? . She was interested at
once. "His name is Wicklow," she
said. Norman Wicklow do you
Barry shook his head. Afterwards
he blamed himself because he had
not seized upon this opportunity to
tell her the truth; but the moment
came and went almost before he was
aware of it. "And does he like rustic
life?" he asked, rather dryly.
"Oh, no!" There was a trace of
self-consciousness in her voice now.
He'll be a very rich man some day,"
she said, with a sigh.
She did not hear the little touch
of sarcasm in his voice.
1 don t think he s had a very
happy sort of life, poor boy," she
went on. "His people don't seem
to understand him, and he's got such
a, horrid cousin.
Barry stodd quite still
"A horrid cousin!" he echoed,
Yes they were brought up to
gether, you see, and Barry that's
the cousin is very jealous of Nor
man, and is always trying to make
trouble. Its too bad, because Nor
man's been awfully Rood ,0 him."
Barry tried to speak, but could
find no words; he felt as if he were
I think it s a very ungrateful
world," Hazel went on, innocently,
"don't you? I am sure if I got into
debt for hundreds ' of pounds, and
some one came along and paid them
for me; I could never be grateful
enough, could your
Barry swallowed hard
"And did you friend pay his
cousin's debts?" he 'asked, rather
She nodded. "He has paid them
twice, and he never gets any thanks;
it's too bad."
"Hazel! Hazel!" Mrs. Bentley
called from the stairs, and the girl
When, she had gone Barry swung
round slowly on his heel, and, rais
ing his clenched fist, shook it at his
cousin's smiling face.
"You paid my debts, did you you
young liar?" he said, under his
breath. 'All right, my boy I Then
I'll make it my business to see that
you're repaid with interest!"
. CHAPTER VI.
Barry Wicklow let the long trail
of blackberries he had been holding
down swing upwards with a sudden
jerk, and looked at Hazel with a
pucker between his eyes.
"Do you know," he said, in the
voice of one who has made a sudden
interesting discovery, "I don't believe
your uncle likes me?"
Hazel glanced up from the basket'
"Whatever make, you think that?"
she asked. "Not like o! Why, of
course he does,"
Barry shook his head. "He doesn't.
I don't know why, hut I've got
firm tort of conviction in my mind
that he looks upon me with tut-
His ryes twinkled. "Perhaps he
thinks I ve got designs on some ot
Ins property, he suggested. "And
perhaps I have," he added, coolly.
Hazel laughed again.
"The copper warming pan, for In
stance I" she said. "I heard you ad
miring it the other day. It isn't a
bit valuable. I assure you,"
Barry's ryes grew suddenly grave,
"Mr Dantrls has other possessions
that are, though, he said
"Others?" She looked at him, not
Barry was looking at her steadily
Tertians' I should have said on
other." He amended his words de
(t was impoible now to mistake
his meaning. Hazel made a little
"If you've miitr finished paying me
compliments, she said, trying to
speak lightly. "I think we had better
go home. The basket is quite full
if we put any more in they'll only be
Barry took the basket from hrr
arm. They walked a few steps in
"Why will you never be serious
with me?" he asked her suddenly,
"I am beginning to think that you
are like Air. Daniels, and dont alto
gether trust Die," he added, with I
tinee of impatience in his voice.
Barry had been at Cleave Farm
four rlav now. and already London
seemed far away, so far that some
times he wondered if it were not
really weeks, instead of days, since
that morning when he walked out
of his rooms and started unwillingly
on his mission.
Down here, in the country, the
time flew. It was no sooner morn
ing than it was evening; no sooner
had the day begun than it was ended.
Barry never once found himself won
dering what in the world to do with
himself, and vet he never did any
thing at all except wander about the
iarm and fields.
Sometimes he went out in the
rickety little trap with Mr. Daniels;
sometimes he trudged along with
him over hills and plowed fields;
sometimes as now Hazel would
take him out with her.
Today he had invited himself. It
was time the blackberries were pick
ed, he had informed her that morn
ing, looking in for a moment at the
kitchen window; it was wicked waste
to leave them another moment for
the village boys to gather. Was she
coming out with him to pick them,
or had he eot to go alone?
Hazel had looked up from her
work. She was making cakes, and
her arms were all white with flour,
and there was a biz pinafore tied
round her slim waist
"I can't come. I'm busy. Can t
you see how busy I am?"
Barry leaned his arms on the sill.
Til come in and help you l can
cook. I used to make ripping toffee
Mien I was at school.
(Continued in The Bee Tomorrow.)
Training of Teachers
Lincoln On of the most difficult
and yet one of the most important
problrms ronlronimg educational ad
ministration! today is that of train
nig teachers for the rural school.
John M. MaUrn. state1 superintend
rut of public instruction, and randi
dale for re-election, declared. From
the nature of her work, Mr. Matzen
says, it is necessary that a rural
teacher be trained not only in subject
matter, hut in matters of tearhing
and especially in initiative and re
"One of the largest agencies at
tempting to train teachers for the
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high school," said Mr. Matzen. "The
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INYhratika School of Business
Miss lUrlha SsMstrom, who has just
computed her tours In 'tis stenographic
aopsrimtnt or ins rniiege. ns laaea a
position in in onus or in city I.
M C. A. -Registrations
ar beginning lo com In
for th opening ot the mid-summer lerm.
hlch beaina with Ihs week of July 17-14.
The summer attendant- la running ronsld
srably heavier than that of a year aso.
Miss Hilda B. Krensien. who le a stu
dent in the normal training department,
under Mlsa Uertrud hears, ha been
elected commerrlsl Instructor In th high
srnool at Allleme. tils Keniien s bom
I st Slsntnn, Nen,
Miss Msyme Swan has accepted a posi
tion In the office of State Superintendent
John M. Matsen. Mis Swan I a slater
of John W. Swan, a former student in
th school, now cashier of th Btals bank
at Melbeta, Neb.
Th demand for offlc help he been
especially active during the steek Just
closed. Among those taking place are:
Ruth I. Smith with th Randall head
quarters, Julia Conger and Helen Brick
son with the Stat Department of Fnblle
Worka, Ma Sterner In the offlc ot Lloyd
O. Hall. Madelyn McDonald with the
Bankers' Life Insurance company.
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II summer leas, siring gureoe.
in leuer rtitea. June Is, t
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tell n lima for the fell opening ( th
sisi lasilltiuoa wiin wSlrSj a cos.
Hooert K Albright hs been electee) dl
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Midland college. Kremoat. la eurreefl.
joeeasj w. Miller, resigned. Mr. Albright
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Midland College Notes
The summer term, one of the most sue.
resaful la lb history of th rsllea. cloe
Dr. St suffer, anna reeianatlon from
the presidency of Ihe callage look effect
juiy i. ten fur wirnua. .. caikvi te
Ihe pasiarate ef Ihe Lutheran naforr
there llelor his deosrture a farewell
nenuuel e held for him and hi fam
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The radio hrosdrastlng sistlon. marls
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mil's. The Plan Is la slve concerts nut
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Petal, laws and Mloaeuil. With Ik
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I'r, urueger, wwiy electee president
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Garland. Neb.. July 17. Henry
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committed suicide here by hanging.
He was overcome by heat several
days ago, and it is believed by his
relatives that his mind was after ted.
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Stella. Neh.. July 1 7.-( Special. )
The chautauqua at Shuhert. five
miles east of Stella, is now in full
Miioday, July 17, is designated J"1
community day when the enth)
community is getting; ready to turn
out and have a part in the program.
A home talent program will b
staged Monday in the forenoon
under the supervision of Mill
Blanche Shubert and Mrs. Melvin
Shafrr, afier which there will be a
basket dinner and picnic in the city
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