Robot Games Ireland Tournament 2015 Line Follower

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SIX.
CASS
W EBI A
Contented
NAB IES
from
third
page,
~othing better to do than to trifle with
~trangers
wit.bin
our gates,
peopIe
who
build--I mean,
people
that are
worth
two to our one!
Run
and tell
them."
He looked at me for a minute, then
h e t u r n e d o n his h e e l a n d left me. It
"Bells," Jim said appeaIingIy. And
then I pinched his arm, and he drew
himself up and looked properly outraged.
"Bells," he said, coldIy this time, "I
can't im~ine
why you have put yours e l f in t h i s r i d i c u l o u s p o s i t i o n , b u t
sirme you have--"
"Put myself
in this position!"
She
was
frantic. ~ "It's a plot, a wretched
trick of yours, this quarantine, to keep
me here."
~n
'to be d i ~ i c u l t .
While I was improvising an apron
~ u t of a towel, a n d A n n e w a s p i n n i n g
a s h e e t into a k i m o n o , so she could
f a k e off h e r d i n n e r g o w n a n d s t i l l b e
proper,
Dallas
harked
back
to the
robbery.
"Anne
put t h e c o l l a r on t h e table
! h e r e / ' he said.
" T h e r e ' s no m i s t a k e
M)out that.
I w a t c h e d h e r do it, for
I r e m e m b e r t h i n k i n g it was the sole
~eminder
I had
that
Consolidated
T-faction e v e r w e n t a b o v e 39."
Max was I o e k i n g aro.und t h e r o o m ,
sxamining
the
window
locks
and
whistling between his teeth.
He was
in d i s g r a c e w i t h e v e r y one. for b y
t h a t t i m e it w a s l i g h t e n o u g h t o s e e
Lhree r e p o r t e r s w i t h c a m e r a s a c r o s s
±he s t r e e t w a i t i n g f o r e n o u g h s u n t o
s n a p the house, a n d e v e r y b o d y k n e w
t h a t it was M a x a n d h i s idiotic w a g e r
{hat had d o n e it, H e had m a d e t w o
or t h r e e c o n c i l i a t o r y r e m a r k s , b u t n o
one would speak to him.
His antics
w e r e so q u e e r , h o w e v e r , t h a t w e w e r e
all w a t c h i n g h i m a n d w h e n h e h a d
felt over t h e r u g w i t h his hands, a n d
r a i s e d t h e e d g e s , a n d t r i e d to lift o u t
;the c h a i r - s e a t s o a n d h a d s h a k e n o u t
P a l ' s s h o e s (he s a i d p e o p l e o f t e n h i d
t h i n g s a n d t h e n f o r g o t a b o u t it), h e
~ade a proposition.
I f y o u wi]i t a k e t h a t infer~:~aI fur~
ha.re f r o m a r o u n d m y n e c k , I'll u n d e r fake either co fin.d t h e i e w e l s o r t o
~ho~v up t h e t h i e f , " h e said q u i e t l y °
a n d , of c o u r s e , w i t h all t h e p e o p l e in
t h e h o u s e u n d e r suspicion., e v e r y o n e
h a d t.o hail t h e s u g g e s t i o n w i t h joy,
a n d to offer his a s s i s t a n c e , a n d J i m m y
h a d t o t a k e M a x ' s s h a r e of t h e f u r ~ace.
(Yes, I h a d b r o k e n t h e p e l i c e ~ n a n to t h e m g e n t l y . O f c o u r s e , A n n e
s a i d a t o n c e t h a t he w a s t h e t h i e f ,
t~ut t h e y f o u n d h i m t u c k e d i.n a n d
~ o u n d a s l e e p with
h i s b a c k against
,the f u r n a c e . )
" I n the first place," Max said, s t a n d L~g i m p o r t a n t l y in t h e m i d d l e of t h e
room, "we retired between two and
thrc:e--,noarer three.
S o t h e t h e f t occ u r r e d b e ~ w c e n t h r e e a n d five. wi~en
A n n e w o k e up. \ V a s y o u r d o o r l o c k e d .
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8
zag e v e r y b o d y but H a r b i s o n a n d A u n t
S e l i n a in t h e u p p e r hall.
He was
palpitatingly nervous, but he tried to
carry it off w i t h a high h a n d .
'°Iffs u n f o r t u n a t e / '
he said, l o o k i n ~
a r o u n d t h e c i r c l e of f a c e s , ea.ch o n e
frozen with
amazement,
and just a
suspidono
perhaps,
of
incredulity.
" I t ' s D e r t i c u l a r ] y u n f o r t u , n a t e f o r her°
Y o u all k n o w h o w h i g h - s t r u n g s h e is,
a n d if t h e p a p e r s s h o u l d g e t h o l d o f it
welt, w e ' l l aI1 h a v e t o m a k e it a s
e a s y as w e c a n f o r h e r . "
W i t h J i m ' s e y e o n t h e m , t h e y at1
swallowed the butler story without a
gulp.
But Anne was indignant.
" I t ' s l i k e B e l l a , " s h e s n a p p e d . '%Vell,
s h e h a s m a d e h e r b e d s a d s h e ea.n lie
o n it. I'm. s u r e I s h a n ' t m a k e i t f o r
her.
B u t if y o u w a n t t o k n o w m y
o p i n i o n , Mr. H a r b i s o n m a y b e a f o o l ,
but y o u can't r a m t w o B e t l a s , b o t h n e e
K n o w I e s , d o w n M i s s C a r u t h e r s ' throat
with a stick."
W e h a d n o t t h o u a ' h t of t h a t before
-~x.O.
'}}£e
ctoor
HtT, O t h e
haii
was,
and every one looked btank.
Finally,
but the door into the dressing room
h o t ' e v e r , J i m s a i d B e l l a ' s m i d d l e name
w a s open_ t h i s m o r n i n g . "
was Constantia,
and we decided to
" P r o m t h r e e u n t i l five," M a x re- i c a l l h e r t h a t
B u t it t u r n e d o u t a f t e r D e n t e d . " \ V a s a n y o n e o u t of h i s r o o m
w a r d t h a t n o b o d y c o u l d r e m e m b e r it
during that time?"
in a h u r r y , a n d g e n e r a ! ! y w h e n w e
"T w a s , " s a i d T o m II'£rbison p r o m p t wanted to attra,ct her attention, we
ty, £rom t h e f o o t of t h e bed.
"t s'as w a l k e d a c r o s s t h e r o o m a n d t o u c h e d
~ r o w l i n g atl a r o u n d s o m e w h e r e a b o u t
h e r on t h e s h o u l d e r .
It w a s q u i c k e r
f o u r , s e a r c h i n g " - - - h e gIar, c e d at m e - and safer.
" f o r a d r i n k of w a t e r .
But as I d o n ' t
The name decided, we went downk n o w a p e a r l f r o m a g l a s s b e a d , I i s t a i r s in a l i n e t o w e l c o m e B e l l s , t o
}~ope y o u e x o n e r a t e m e . "
t r y ~o n ] a k e h e r f e e l a t h o m e , a n d t o
~verybody laughed
a n d sadd. " O f
forget her deplorable situation. Leila
~ o u r s e . " a n d " S u r e , old m a n , " a n d
had worked herself into a really symchanged the subject quickly.
While
pathetic frame of mind.
?.hat e x c i t e m e n ~ w a s on, I g o t J i m to
" P o o r d e a r , " s h e s a i d , on t h e w a y
c a d ~ide a n d <old h i m a b o u t t3et]a~ d o w n . " N o w d o n ' t g r i n , a n y b o d y , j u s t
H~s good-nstu<ed f a c e was r a d i a n t at
b e c o r d i a l a n d g l a d -to s e e her. I h o p e
Zrst.
she doesn't cry: You know the spells
i s u p p o s e s h e d i d c o m e to s e e
she takes."
Takabiro. el, Kit?" he asked delicateWe stopped outside the door, and
]y.
"She didn't say anything about
everybody tried to look cheerful and
:fne ?"'
"Nothing good. She said the house
w a s fn a d i s g r a c e f u l c o n d i t i o u , " I s a i d
{hea,rtlessly. " A n d h e r d i a m o n d bra,celet was stolen while she took a nap on
ehe k i t c h e n t a b l e " - -he g r o a n e d - - - " a n d
~-oh. Jim, y o u a r e s u c h a goose. If I
~ould only manage my own affairs the
w a y I could m y f r i e n d s ' !
She's too
~ u r e of you, J i m m y .
She knows you
a d o r e her, a n d - - h o w b r u t a l c o u l d y o u
5e, J i m ? "
" F a i r , " h e said. " I m a y h a v e un, ~ i s c o v e r c d d e p t h s of b r u t a l i t y t h a t
h a v e n e v e r h a d o c c a s i o n to use. Howe v e r , I nTight t r y . %Vhy?"
"Listen, Jim," I urged.
"It was always
Bella whe did things here: She
,~]
Hope You're
S m a l l Abou'~
Noi
Go~ng to
Th~ngs~ J i m m y Y '
Be
s y m p a . t h e t i c a n d not g r i n n y - - v e h i c h
w a s a s h a r d a s t o o k i n g as if w e h a d
had a c u p of
tea. - a n d
then
Jim
t h r e w t h e d o o r o n e n a n d w e filed In.
Bella was comfortably reading by
t h e fire.
She had her feet up on
a stool and a pi!low behind her head.
S h e did n o t even. l o o k a t u s f o r a m i n ute; then she merely glanced up as
she turned a page.
"Dear
me."
she
said mockingly,
" w h a t a ! o r o f f r m n p s y o u all a r e !
I
had hoped it was some one with my
breakfast."
T h e n she w e n t on r e a d i n g . As L e i l a
said afterward,
that kind of p e r s o n
o u g h t to be d i v o r c e d .
A u n t Be!ins
came down just then
a n d I l e f t e v e r y b o d y t r y i n g t o exp l a i n B e t t a ' s p r e s e n c e t o h e r , a n d fled
to t h e k i t c h e n .
The Harbison man
a p p e a r e d while I w a s sitting hopelessly in front of the gas range, and showed me about it.
"I don't know
that I ever saw one,"
he said cheerfully,
"but I know
the
theory.
Likewise,
by the same token,
this tea kettle, set on the flame, will
boil.
That
is not theory, however.
That is early knowledge.
'Polly, put
the kettle on; we'll all take tea.' Look
at that, Mrs. Wilson.
I didn't fight
bacilli with
boiled water
at Chickamauga
fer nothing."
And then he let out the policeman
and brought
him into the kitchen.
He
was a l a r g e m a u , a n d his face w a s a
c u r i o u s m i x t u r e of a n m z e m e n t , a l a r m
a~d d i g n i t y .
No doubt we did look
queer, s t i l l i n parts of our e v e n i n g
c l o t h e s and I in the w h i t e silk lace
petticoat
that
belonged
under
my
gown,
with
a yellow
and black
paj a m a coat of Jimmy's
as a sort of
breakfast
jacket.
" T h i s is O f f i c e r
F1annigan,"
NIL
Harbison said.
" I e x p l a i n e d o u r unf o r t u n a t e p o s i t i o n e a r l i e r in t h e m o r n ing, a n d h e is p r e p a r e d t o accep~ o u r
hospitality.
Fiannigan,
every person
in this house
has got to work,
as I
also explained
to you.
You
are appointed
dish-washer
and
scullery
maid."
The policeman looked dazed, Then,
slowly,
like dawn
over
a sleeping
CHRONICLE,
her was naving a party and wanted a
s p e c i a l officer, i t w a s Mrs. W i l s o n t h a t
a l w a y s said. ' G e t F ] a n n ~ g a n , Officcr
Timothy
P l a . n n i g a n . f t e ' s y o u r man.' "
1Ky h e a r t h a d b e e n g o i n g l o w e r a n d
lower.
So he k n e w Bella. a n d he
k n e w I w a s n o t Bella, a I t h o u g h he h a d
not grasped
the fact that I was usurping her place.
And the odious Harbison man
sat on the table and swung
his feet.
"I wonder
if you know,"
he said,
FRIDAY,
MARCH
1, 1912.
o n egg, n o m a z z e r n o w c r u e t y u u m a y
be, u n l e s s y o u b r e a k it f i r s t "
He
p i c k e d u p a n e g g a n d l o o k e d a t it.
"Separate!'" he reflected.
"Ah--the
white
from
the--~hatever
you cooking experts call it--the yellow part"
"Exactly!"
I exclaimed,
light breaking on me.
"Of course, I knew
you
would
find out."
Then
back to the recipe
"beat
until well
mixed;
then
fold in the whites."
"Fold?"
he questioned.
"It looks
y o u t r y for,
2 ......................
f. . . . . . . . .
u p u n L~y word, ] 21over flo&rd ©i 2oi(i~alne(1 :
ing a n e g g .
A r e y o u - - b u t of c o u r s e
T o love is g r e a t e r t h a n the love you sigh
for.
you know.
Please come and show me
To
seek is nobler than
the object
how."
gained,
"Just fold them
in," I said desperTo wrestle with the angels--this avails
Though
the motive
for the wrestling
ately.
"It it isn't difficult."
And befails.
cause
I was
SO transparenz
3. f r a l l d
except
that
any
woman
otherwise
qualified who owns property
within
s a i d v i l l a g e j o i n t l y w i t h her. h u s b a n d
or other person, or who owns property within said village on contract
and pays the taxes thereon, shall be
e n t i t l e d ~o r e g i s t r a t i o n .
F o l l o w . i n s a r e t h e q u a l i f i c a t i o n s of
a n d k n e w he m u s t find m e out then, I
m a l e e l e c t o r s in t h e s t a t e o f M i c h i HOUSEHOLD
HINTS,
said s o m e t h i n g a b o u t butter, a n d w e n t
gan :
into the p a n t r y .
That's
the trouble
J~]very
male
,hlhabitant
of
this
In kitchens
heated
with hot air
state, being
a citizen of the United
from a furnace, a very nice. device
States;
every
male
inhabitant
residw a s n o t i c e d in a m o d e r n h o u s e :
A ing in this state on the twenty-fourth
small table with a lower shelf made
day of June, eighteen
hundredl
thirtyof h e a v y w i r e v / a s u s e d o v e r t h e r e g - five; every
male
inhabitant
residing
i s t e r w h e n p l a t e s a n d all d i s h e s f o r in this s t a t e o n the f . i r s t d a y o f Janhundred
fifty : every
s e r v i n g c o u l d b e k e p t w a r n < .A radi ~ u a r y , e i g h t e e n
m a l e i n h a b i t a n t o f foreign birth w h o .
a t e r i n a k i t c h e n m a y be u s e d in t h e
resided
in
this
state ~wo
s a m e w a y if a s h e l f o f tin o r z i n c is h a v i n g
years
a.nd six m o n t h s
prior to the
m a d e t o h o l d Lhe d i s h e s .
eighth
day
of
November, eighteen
A l e a k in a w a s h b o i l e r m a y be h u n d r e d
ninety-four;
a n d h a v i n g ' destopped temI)0rari!y by a little corn
c l a r e d h i s i n t e n t i o n t o b e c o m e a c,itimeat dropped into the boiler over the
zen of t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s cwo y e a r s
a n d ~ix m o n d t s
prior
co said l a s t
h o l e a n d t h e c o r n m e a l will s w e l l a n d
named day; and every civilized male
fill the hole, F l o u r a n d w a t e r m a d e
inhabitant
of I n d i a n d e s c e n t ,
a. nai n t o a stiff d o u g h w i l t o f t e n do a s
tive o f t h e U n i t e d S t a t e s a n d n o t a
well.
A p e n n y is a g o o d p a i n t r e m o v member
or" a.ny t r i b e , s h a l l
be a n
er w h e n p a i n t h a s b e e n dried on t h e
elector and entitled to vote; but no
windows.
o n e s h a l l b e a n e l e c t o r or' e n t i t l e d
Knives that have pearl
of
i v o r y <o v e t o a t a n y
election unless
he
h a n d l e s s h o u i d n e v e r be p u t i n t o h o t s h a l l b e a b o v e t h e a g e o f <wen-~y-one
y e a r s , a n d h a s r e s i d e d in t h i s s t a t e
water,
/
a n d in t h e t o w n s h i p
or
A g o o d w a y t o do t o h a v e a s p o o n s i x m o n t h s
in
which
he
offers to vote
" M e a n d Mrs. 'vViison ~¢/e U s e d io Be for m e a s u r i n g quickly at h a n d is to w a r d
~;weu~:y
dsys
next
precedh~g
such
Friends°"
l e a v e a c h e a p t e a s p o o n in t h e s o d a , e l e c t i o n .
b a k i n g p o w d e r a n d c r e a m of tartar
S a i d B o a r d o f Ite£istra.tion w i l l b e
with a lie: s o m e b o d y asks y o u to tell
cans.
Then they are always there
in s e s s i o n
on the day and at the
o n e as a favor ~o s o m e b o d y
e!se, a n d
p l a c e a f o r e s a i d f r - ) m 9 o ' c l o c k h~ t h e
for nSeo
the first thing y o u knov, L y o u are havPound
and half-pound baking pow o [oreuoon until S o'clock in the aftering t o tell a thousand, a n d trying to
der cans are most
convenient
for noon for the purpose aforesaid.
remember
the ones you hav~ ~ t;oh] so
I ) a t e d t h i s 27th day of F e b r u a r y ,
s t e a m i n g p u d d i n g s o r for m o l d i n g a n d
you won't contradict yourself, and the
A. D. 1912.
packing away frozen dessert that does
G. A. : f I N D A L E ,
very person
you have
tried ~o help
Clerk of Said Village.
t u r n s on you a n d r e p r o a c h e s you for not n e e d s t i r r i n g .
V e g e t a b l e s m a y be k e p t f r e s h a n d
being untruthful!
I l e a n e d m y elb o w s d e s p o n d e n t l y o n t h e s h e l f of t h e
c r i s p f o r m o n t h s if p a c k e d in s a ~ d o r
Gtorious
News
k i t c h e n p a ~ t r y , w i t h t h e f e e t of a e a r t h in a box.
C a r r o t s , b e e t s , t u r - c o m e s f r o m for. J . T. C u r t i s s . D w i g h t
guard visible through the high win- nips and winter radishes are as fresh
Kan. He writes:
'"I not only have
d o w o v e r m y h e a d , a n d w a i t e d f o r as w h e n d u g .
cured bad cases of eczerna
in
my
Mr. H a r b i s o n to c o m e in a n d d e m a n d
Dampen
the brush of the carpet
with
Electric
Bitters. but
that I fold a raw egg, and discover
s w e e p e r a n d t h e r e will be m o r e lint p a t i e n t s
also cured myself by them of the same
that I didn't know anything
about
in t h e s w e e p e r a n d l e s s l e f t o n t h e
disease.
I f e e l s u r e t h e y will b e n e c o o k i n g , a n d w a s j u s t a s u s e l e s s a s all floor.
fit any case of eczema."
This. s h o w s
the o t h e r s .
Salad Dressing for Fruit,--Boil
to- w h a t
thousands
have proved,
that
He came.
He held the bowl out to tether sugar and water until quite a Electric
Bitters
is a m o s t e f f e c t i v e
Its an excellent remm e a n d w a v e d a f o r k in t r i u m p h ,
t h i c k s i r u p is f o r m e d .
When
coot blood purifier.
edy for eczema, totter
salt r h e u m
"i h a v e s o l v e d i t ,
h e said.
"Or,
p o u r o v e r an;,- c o m b i n a t i o n o f f r e s h
sores.
It
rather, ITIannigan and I have solved fruit.
With a little
chopped
fresh ulcers, boils and running
stimulates liver, kidneys and bowels.
it.
The mixture
awaits
the magic
c o c o a n u t or s h r e d d e d a l m o n d s a d i s h
expels poisons, helps, digestion, builds
t o u c h of t h e c o o k . "
of a m b r o s i a m a y be served.
up the strength.
P r i c e 50 c t s .
SatI honestly thought t could do the
Corn Pudding,--To
a can of corn isfaction guaranteed
b y L. 1. \ V o o d
rest.
I t w a s o n l y t o b e p u t in a p a n
a d d a h a l f c u p of m e l t e d b u t t e r , a -is- & Co.
a n d b r o w n e d , a n d t h e n in t h e o v e n
b l e s D o o n f u l o f flour, a c u p of m i l k a n d
three minutes.
A n d I did it p r o p e r l y ,
two eggs welt beaten.
Season with
but for two things: t
should
have
p l e n t y of salt a n d p e p p e r and b a k e
g r e a s e d t h e p a n ~bu.t t h i s w a s t h e
a half an hour,
book's f a u l t ;
it d i d n ' t
say) and
I
1
should h a v e lighted the o v e n .
The
o
l a t t e r , h o w e v e r ° w a s Mr. H a r b i s o n ' s
fault as m u c h as mine, a n d ! had wit
..........................................................................
e n o u g h t o l a y it t o a b s e n t - m i n d e d n e s s
VILLAGE ELECTION.
'
o n t h e p a r t of b o t h of us.
N o t i c e is h e r e b y g i v e n t o t h e q u a i l A f t e r t h a t , A u n t S e l i n a o r n o A u n t ~l'ied e t e c [ o r s o f t h e v i l l a g e of C a s s
~e]ina
w e d e c i d e d to
h a v e b o i l e d ~A?,', s t a t e o f M i c h i £ a n , t h a t t h e n e x t
e g g s , a n d Mr. H a r b i s o n k n e w h o w t o . cn~ui~)g a n n u a l e l e c t i o n \~il] be h e l d
cook them.
t i e p u t t h e m in t h e t e a - a{ t h e C o u n c i l I%ooms w i t h i n s a i d vilk e t t l e a n d t h e n w e n t t o l o o k a t t h e l a g e o n M o n d a y , M a r c h 1]. A. D. 1912
a~. ~,h.ich e l e c t i o n th.e f o l l o w i n g o f t i things and blames other people. And i furnace.
And Officer Timothy Flanni- cers
are
[o b e c h o s e n ,
viz.: One
s h e flirts,
i c a n g r o u n d t h e c o f f e e a n d ga.ve h i s p r e s i d e n t ,
one clerk, one treasurer,
i went
down-sfatrs
despondently,
o p i n i o n of the b o a r d of h e a l t h in n o t h r e e t r u s t e e s , f o r t w o years,
and
SAN-JAK
a n d f o u n d t h a t Mr. H a r b i s o n h a d dis- s t i n t e d t e r m s .
As for me, I burned
one assessor.
Backache
in T w e n t y - f o u r
Cures
a
covered some eggs a~d was standing
my fingers and the toast, and felt mytn a c c o r d a n c e
with the coustituHours,
h e l p l e s s l y s t a r i n g a t ~hem.
s e l f g r o w i n g h o t a n d c o l d . f o r I w a s l i o n o f t h e sr.ate o f iMichi~:an a n d
"Omelet--eggs.
Eggs
o m e l e t , i g o i n g t o b e f o u n d o u t a s s o o n a s Flar~- %ct 206, P u b l i c A c { s of ",qr,q ~h~m]d
its soothing
and
healing
qualities
there
be a n y p r o p o s i t i o n
or propoT h a t ' s t h e e x t e n t of m y k n o w l e d g e , "
nigan grasped the situation.
over the entire Urinary
Canal
can be
he said, w h e n I e n t e r e d .
"You'll have [
T h e n , o f c o u r s e , I did t h e t h i n g t h a t
sitions to vote upon at said election
by one day's use.
to c o m e to m y a s s i s t a n c e . "
i c a u s e d m e so m u c h t r o u b l e later.
I involving the direct expenditure
o f demonstrated
p u b l i c m o n e y , or t h e issue of b o n d s ,
This remedy
is absolutely
original,
It w a s then that I s a w
the
cook
put d o w n
the toaster at least the e v e r y w o m a n
wllo possesses the, qualt o obH a r b i s o n m a n s a i d it w a s a t o a s t e r - i f i c a t i o n s o f m a t e e l e c t o r s a n d o w n s a n d c o n t a i n s s u f f i c i e n t merits
book.
It was lying on a shelf beside
tain quick and lasting results to the
a
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d
w
e
n
t
o
v
e
r
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n
d
s
t
o
o
d
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n
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r
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f
p
r
o
p
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r
t
y
a
s
s
e
s
s
e
d
f
o
r
t
a
x
e
s
o
r
o
w
n
s
t h e c l o c k , a n d w h i l e Mr. H a r b i s o n h a d
the policeman,
p r o p < : r t y s u b j e c t {o t a x a t i o n j o i n t l y r e p r o d u c t i v e
system.
It
is
truly
h i s b a c k turned I got it d o w n . It w a s
"I don't suppose
you will
u n d e r - w i t h h e r h u s b a n d , or w i t h a n y o t h e r h a r m l e s s , a n d c a n be t a k e n b y y o u n g
quite clear that the d o m e s t i c type of
old,
male
or female,
for any
stand--exactly,"
I said, "but--but
if p e r s o n , o r Who o w n s p r o p e r t y o n c o n - o r
woman
w a s his ideal, a n d I did not
t r a c t a n d p a y s ~ a x e s t h e r e o n , aI~ s u c h l e n g t h o f t i m e .
I t is t h e i n d i c a t e d
a
n
y
t
h
i
n
g
o
c
c
u
r
s
t
o
t
o
m
a
k
e
y
o
u
t
h
i
n
k
care to outrage his belief in m e .
So I
proper[y
being
located somewhere
r e m e d y f o r all K i d n e y a n d C a t a r r h a l
I am
not--that
things
are not what
took the c o o k b o o k into the pantry
w i t h i n t h e distitict o r t e r r i t m T to be t r o u b l e s , c u r e s C o u g h s a n d a p p r o a c h they
seem
to
be--I
mean.
what
I
say
a f f e c t e d b y t h e r e s u l t of said elec- i n s Cold w i t h H o a r s e n e s s
a n d read the recipe over three times.
in t w e n t y will understand
that it t i o n , will b e e n t i t l e d t o v o t e u p o n f o u r
W h e n I c a m e b a c k I k n e w it b y heart, they are--you
hours,
and
is
positively the
is a Joke, won't
you?
A joke, you
such propositions, provided such per- most scientific discovery for diseases
although I did not u n d e r s t a n d it.
s o n h a s h a d h e r n a m e d u l y r e g i s - o f the Geuito-Urinary
know."
Organs
of Male
"I will tell y o u h o w , " I said with a
tered
in a c c o r d a n c e
wiiJh t h e p r o - o r F e m a l e .
It is t h e o n l y k n o w n
Yes, that was what
I said.
I know
great deal of dignity, " a n d since y o u
v i s i o n s of s a i d a c t .
and safe remedy for Prostatic
Troulike a raving delirium, but
w a n t to help, y o u m a y m a k e it your- it sounds
T h e p o l l s o f s a i d e l e c t i o n will b e b l e s o f o l d m e n , P a i n f u l o r D i f f i c u l t
when
Max
came
down
and squizzled
self."
o p e n a t 7 o ' c l o c k a. m. a n d will r e - M i c t u r i t i o n a n d all U r e t h r a l
Inflamsome
bacon,
as he
said, and
told
H e was d e l i g h t e d .
m a i n o p e n u n t i l 5 o ' c l o c k p. m. o f m a t i o n , a n d is t r u l y a V i t a l i z i n g T o n Flannigan
about
the
robbery,
and
how,
" F i n e ! " he said. " S u p p o s e y o u give
said day of election.
ic. I t is a v a l u a b l e in c u r i n g " T u b e r whether
it was a joke or deadly earn~
D a t e d t h i s 2 7 t h d a y of F e b r u a r y ,
me the idea first. Then
we'll go over
culosis of Nose, Throat and Glands.
est, somebody
in the house had taken
A. D. 1912.
it slowly, bit by bit.
We'll make
a
SAN-JAK
Anne's
pearls,
that
wretched
policeG.
A.
T
I
N
D
A
L
E
,
big fluffy omelet,
and
if the others
C l e r k of Said Village.
man
winked
at me
solemnly
over
aren't around, we'll eat it ourselves."
Can be used favorably and safely
Max's shoulder.
Oh, it was awful!
"%tell," I said, t r y i n g to remember
in all Irritations
of the Throat
and
REGISTRATION
NOTICE.
And,
to
add
to
my
discomfort,
the
Larynx,
as
Catarrh,
Asthma,
Larexactly, "you take two eggs
'"
most
unpleasant
ideas
would
obtrude
Notice
is
hereby
given
to
the
qualyngitis,
Bronchitis,
Hay
Fever,
Lung
"Two!" he repeated.
"Two eggs for
themselves.
%Vhkt was Mr. Harblson
ified electors of the village of Cass
Hemorrhages,
Etc.
Acidity
of the
ten people!"
City, state of Michigan,
that a meetUrine,
Rheumatism,
Nephritic
Colic,
doing on the first floor of the house
"Don't interrupt me," I said irritaing of the Board
of Registration
of Albuminuria,
Chronic
Cystitis,
Leuthat
night?
Ice
water,
he
had
said.
bly,
"If--If two isn't enough we can
s a i d v i l l a g e w i l l b e h e l d a t t h e C o u n - corrhoea
and Prostatitis.
But
there
had
been
plenty
of
water
in
make several omelets, one after the
cil R o o m s w i t . b i n saidJ v i l l a g e , on S a t the studio!
And
he had told me
it
SAN-JAK
other."
u r d a y , M a r c h 9, 1912. f o r t h e p u r l ) o s e
was
the furnace.
H e looked at m e with admiration.
of r e g i s t e r i n g t h e n a m e s of all s u c h
Is a R e c o n s t r u c t i v e
Tonic.
I t viMr. Harbison
came
back
in a half p e r s o n s
who shall be possessed
of
'%Vho
else but you
would
have
talizes the accommodative
m u s c l e s of
hour, a n d I r e m e m b e r e d the eggs. %Ve
thought
of that!' he remarked.
"Well,
the entire body, lessens the abaci
fished them out of the tea kettle and
here are t w o e g g s .
lVhat next?"
maI size of the abdomen of the Male
they were perfectly hard, but we ate
"Separate
t h e m , " t s a i d e a s i l y . No.
or F e m a l e ,
a n d is t h e s p e e d y c u r e
t
h
e
m
.
I didn't know
what it meant.
I hoped
f o r B e d \ V e t t i n g , Y o u n g o r Old.
T
h
e
d
o
c
t
o
r
f
r
o
m
t
h
e
b
o
a
r
d
o
f
h
e
a
l
t
h
he would;
I said it as casually as I
c a m e t h a t m m m i n g a n d v a c c i n a t e d us.
could, and. I did not look at him.
I
SOLD
BY
2["here w a s a g r e a t d e a l o f e x c i t e m e n t ,
k n e w he w a s s t a r i n g at me, puzzled.
and Aunt Selina was done on the arm.
"Separate
them!"
he s a i d ,
"VThy,
As she did not affect evening clothes
they aren't fastened together!"
Then
this was entirely natural, but later on
he
laughed.
" O h , y e s , of c o u r s e ! "
in t h e w e e k , w h e n t h e w r e t c h e d t h i n g s
When
I looked he h a d put o n e at each
bega¢~ t o t a k e , n S b o d y d a r e d t o l i m p ,
end of the table. "Afraid they'll quarand Leila made a terrible break by
rel, I s u p p o s e , " h e s a i d .
"Welt, now
wearing a bandage on her left arm,
they're separated."
~after telling Aimt Selina she h a d been
¢
"Then beat."
vaccinated
on the right.
"~rst
separate, then beat!" he re-
h o m e in a c i v i l i z e d
kitchen
again,
a f t e r t w o y e a r s of f o o d c o o k e d b y a
filthy Indian
squaw
over a portable
sheet-iron stove!"
So p e r f e c t l y a t h o m e !
I s t o o d in
the m i d d l e of the r o o m and s t a r c d
around at the copper things hanging
up a n d t h e r o w s of b l u e a n d w h i t e
crockery, and the dozens and hund r e d s of c o m p l i c a t e d - l o o k i n g u t e n s i l s ,
whose names I had never even heard,
and I was dazed.
I tried with some
s h o w of a u t h o r i t y t o i n s t r u c t F l a n n i c a n a b o u t gathering" up
the
soiled
thin;<s, a n d , a f t e r l i s t e n i n g in p u z z l e d
s i l e n c e f o r a m i n u t e , h e s t r i p p e d off
h i s blue c o a t w i t h a t o l e r a n t s m i l e .
" L a v e ' e r a t o me, m i s s , " h e said.
The "miss"
passed
unnoticed.
"I
m a y n ' t g i v e 'era a T u r k i s h b a t h , w h i c h
is w h a t y o u a r e d e s c r i b i n % b u t I'll gut
t h e g r e a s e off all r i g h t
I always
c l e a n u p w h i l e t h e m i s s u s is in bed
with a young 'un."
H e r o l l e d u p his s l e e v e s , f o u n d a
b r o w n c h e c k e d g i n g h a m a p r o n behind
the door, and tied it around
his neck
with the ease of practise.
Then
he
c ! e a r e d off t h e p l a t e s , e a t i n g w h a t
a p p e a l e d to h i m a s h e did so, a n d
stopping n o w a n d a g a i n f o r a deepthroated chuckle.
"T'm f h i n k i n ' " h e said o n c e , s t o p p i n g with a dish in the air, "what
a
d e u c e of a noise t h e r e will b e when.
the vaccination doctor comes around
this mornin'.
[n a w e e k ever)" o n e of
us will be n u r s i n ' a s o r e a r m or" walkin' o n o n e teg. b e g g i n ' y o u r p a r d o n ,
miss.
The last time the force was
v a c c i n a t e d , I a s k e d to b e d o n e behind me ear; I needed me legs and I
n e e d e d m e a r m s , ~ u t didn't, n e e d m e
head much!"
1ie t h r e w h i s h e a d b a c k a n d l a u g h ed.. Mr. H a r b i s o n l a u g h e d t o o .
Oh.
we were very cheerful!
A n d t h a t awful s t o v e s t a r e d aJ~ m e , a n d t h e k e t t l e
began to hum, and Aunt Selina sent
down word that she was not well, and
w o u l d like s o m e o m e l e t on h e r tray.
0melet~
I k n e w t h a t it w a s m a d e of e g g s ,
b u t t h a t w a s t h e e x t e n t of m y k n o w ! euge.
i m u t t e r e d a n excuse a n d r a ~
u p - s t a i r s to A n n e , b u t s h e w a s stitl
sniffling over her necklace, and said
she
didn't
know
anything
about
omelets and didn't care.
Food would
c h o k e her.
N e i t h e r of t h e
Mercer
g i r l s k n e w e.ither, a n d B e l l a , w h o w a s
still r e a d i n g in t h e d e n , a b s o ! u t e I y declined to help.
" I d o n ' t k n o w , a n d t w o u I d n ' t tel!
y o u if I did.
You can get yourself
out. a s y o u g o t y o u r s e l f i n " s h e s a i d
nastily.
" T h e s i m p l e s t t h i n g , if y o u
d o n ' t m i n d m y s u g g e s t i n g it, is to
p o i s o n t h e c o f f e e a n d kill t h e l o t of us.
O n l y , if y o u d e c i d e t o d o it, l e t m e
k n o w ; t w a n t t o live j u s t long" e n o u g h
to see ffin~my XVi]son w r i t h e U '
B e l l a is t h e k i n d of p e r s o n w h o g e t s
on o n e ' s n e r v e s .
She finds a triera n c e a n d h u g s it; s h e d o e s r i d i c u l o u s
managed the house, she tryrannized
aver her friends, and she bullied you.
'..Yes, s h e did. N o w s h e ' s h e r e , w i t h o u t
~ o u r invitation, and she has t o s t a y .
It's your turn to bully,
to
dictate
~erms, to be coldly civil or politely
~-~de. ~(lake her furious at you.
If
she is j e a l o u s , s o m u c h the better."
"How far would you sacrifice your~elf on t h e a l t a r o f f r i e n d s h i p ? " h e
~ , ~
~
.......
~ ......
_
askcd.
" Y o u m a y p a y m e all t h e a t t e n t i o n
in h i s f a c e .
• "Sure," he said, i a y i n g his h e l m e t
F o u like, i n p u b l i c , " I r e p l i e d , a n d
after we
shook
h a n d s we
went
to- ....~ . t h e t a b l e . " I ' l l b e g l a d t o b e doing"
a ~ y t h i n g I c a ~ t o help. Me a n d Mrs.
gether to Bells.
Wilson
w e u s e d to b e f r i e n d s .
It's
There
was an ominous
pause when
l've opened
the c a r 'we we~t into the de~
Bella was sit- m a n y the time
£ina" by the register, with her furs on, r i a ~ e d o o r f o r h e r , a n d s h e w i t h h e r
n e a a m bn~ ~a~, ~ d
fo~ ~ii Lh~L, L~L
smile.
When any one aroun6
:~e.z a t PA-. S h e %~I<e~ a w a Y ' / i g a i n w { t h - ~ l e a ~ n t
the necessary
qualifications
of electors, who may apply for that purpose.
Women
Electors.
I n a c c o r d a n c e wffth s e c t i o n 4 o f a r t i c l e .3 o f t h e c o n s t i t u t i o n
of
the
s ' , a t e o f M i c h i g a n , a n d A c t 206, P u b lic A c t s o f 1909, t h e B o a r d o f t~eg-ist r a t i o n of said v i l l a g e will r e g i s t e r
the names
o f all w o m e n p o s s e s s i n g
the
qualifications
of m a t e e l e c t o r s
who make
personal
application
for
such registration;
p r o v i d e d , t h a t all
such applicants
must
own property
/-
.............
~v:~r~P
ing glance, and he swallowed
hard.
"On
the contrary,"
he said,
with
maddening
quiet, "I would
be the last
p e r s o n in the w o r l d to wish to p e r p e t u a t e an indiscretion of yours. F o r
it w a s hardly discreet, w a s i t , t o visit
a bachelor
establishment
alone at ten
o'clock at night?
As far as my plotting to keep you here is concerned,
I
assure you that nothing
could be further from my mind.
Our paths were
to be two
parallel lines that never
touch."
H e t o o k e d at me
f o r app r o v a l , a n d Be!la, w a s choking.
"You are worse than I ever thought
you,"
sbe stormed.
" I thought y o u
were only a a fool
Now I know you
for a brute["
W e l l , it e n d e d b y J i m ' s g r a c i o u s l y
p e r m i t t i n g " ]}ella t o r e m a i n - t h e r e bei n g n o t h i n g e ! s o to d o - - a n d b y his
m a g n a n ~ m o u s l y a g r e e i n g co k e e p h e r
r e a l i d e n t i t y f r o m Aunt. S e t i n a a n d M r .
H a r b i s o n _ a n d to b r c a k t h o n e w s o f
her p r e s e n c e t o A n n e and t h e r e s t .
It
created
a senss.tion
beside
which
Anne's pearls faded away, although
they came to the front again soon
enough.
J i m b r o k e the n e w s at once, gather-
CITY
peated.
"The
author
of
that
NoJ
To
cook
be
continued.
tlon. What's
next?
Hang
them?"
He
S t i l l In the F a m i l y .
looked
up at me
with
his
boyish
, T f t e k - - M y x r a n d f a t h e r h a d ~ f i n e col.
smile.
l e c t i o n o f silver, w h l c h he l ) e q u e a t h e d
" S e p a r a t e and b e a t , " I repeated. I f
~o m y f a t h e r on c o n - l i d o n t h a t it s h o u l d
I l o s t a w o r d of t h a t r e c i p e I w a s
a l w a y s r e m a i n in t h e f n m i l y .
gone. It was l i k e saying the alphabet:
[ had to go to the~ beginning'
every ! Ethel--Then y o u h a v e it still?
I Lilli~,
/li~i/L~.ii~.
V/ell,' he
reflected,
"you
can't beat
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