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Sandusky Star Journal, The (Newspaper) - November 16, 1911, Sandusky, Ohio 10 THE SANDUSKY STAR-JOURNAL THURSDAY, NOV. 16, 1911, PEOPIE TfilKK THEY HAVEFT HEARD EIGHT when they hear our figures, because they are so much lower than others. But we give you the best kind of plumbing work, too. We guarantee it Quality doesn't suffer merely be- cause we are satisfied with smaller profits than most plumbers. You benefit by do we in a larger trade Sdmaitter fe Bechberger Water and Jackson Streets, Harrison 195-W Bell 195-1. SUIT Steam pressed ................50c Sponge pressed ................75c Dry Cleaned, Dyed and pressed Work Called for and Delivered 639 Market St Both Phones. LOW PRICES NOT THE ONLY CONSIDERATION There's The Quality Some people Have the Mistaken Notion That Becase a Women who bear children and re- main healthy are those who prepare their systems in advance of baby's coming. Unless the mother aids nature in its pre-natal work the crisis finds her system, unequal to the de- mands made upon it, and she is often left with weakened health or chronic ailments. No remedy is so truly a help to nature as Mother's Friend, and no expectant mother should fail to use it. It relieves the pain anc discomfort caused by the strain on the ligaments, makes pliant and elas- tic those fibres and muscles which nature is expanding, prevents numb- ness of limbs, and soothes the inflam- mation of breast glands. The system being thus prepared by Mother's Friend dispels the fear that the crisis may not be safely met. Mother's Friend assures a speedy and complete recovery for the mother, and she is left a healthy woman to enjoy the rearing of her child. Mother's Friend is sold at drug stores. Write for our free book for expect- ant mothers which contzins much Valuable information, and many sug- gestions of a helpful nature. BMDF1ELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Go. JOHN B. HENDERSON IS 85 OliverCurwood Author of THE DANGER TRAIL Was Adviser of President Lincoln and Member of Tinted States Senate. He ran and leaned over beside the old tree, so that the great plain stretched out below Him. Into tat- west turned the pack, the hunt-cry growing fainter until it almost died away. Then slowly, it grew again in volume, swinging into the north, then to the nearer and nearer until Jan saw a dark, swiftly moving blot in the white gloom. The caribou passed by within half a rifle-shot of him; another half rifle shot behind followed the wolves, flung out fan-shape, their gray bodies moving like snecters in a half-moon cordon, and their leaders almost abreast the caribou, a dozen rods to each side. There was no sound now. Below him, Jan could see the pale glim- mer of ice and snow, where in sum- mer there was a small lake. Des- nerately the caribou made an effort to reach this lake. The wolves drew in. The moon-shape of their bodies shrunk until it was nearer a circle Prou the plain side the leading wolf closed until he was running at the wants supplies, and he's too busy with-his trap lines to come in." "Will you take "I'm afraid not, Melisse. It's a twelve-mile run and a heavy load." "Very well. I'll gee ready imme- diately She jumped up from the table, darting fun ?t him her eyes, and ran to her room. "It's too far. he called after her. "It's too far, and I've a T take that twentyjhiile run v.-ith over dear' Jnn, have you seen my new out here, hanging on the replied Jan. falling irto her humor c'psn'to "But I say, Me- V-e the shp called "If tlun-'t-p rot. I'll be before you r-in linrne's them, cran "Thev'll hp hpre within fifteen min- he replied, surrendering to her. Pfor. rnprrv triumph at him through thp partly open door, THAT THE GOODS ARE OF LITTLE ACCOUNT Greatest error in the world. We can sell you Clothing for MEN, Women and Children that would Grace a you want and Trust YOU for it, too. Just Received a Beautiful Line of Worth Special this week, Others up to WASHINGTON, D. C., Nov. John B. 'Henderson who, as a member of the United States senate from Mis- souii, was the contemporary and ad- viser of President Lincoln, received the congratulations of a host of friends today on the occasion of his eighty- fifth birthday anniveisary. Mr. Hen- derson was born in Virginia, but ear- ly in his career went to Missouri and for many yeais was prominent in the public 'ffe of that state. He came to the senate in and made a place for himself in history by flaming the thirteenth amendment to the constitu- tion, which in the United States for all time. For many >ears he resided m Washington, spending his retiring years in "Hen- derson at the head of Six- teenth street. At eighty-five Mr. Hen- derson is as strong mentally and phy- sically as the average man of sixty- five. 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At Peachtree St. and Ponce de Leon Ave. ATLANTA, GEORGIA. WHEN IN NEW YORK stop at the finest most perfectly equipped hotel hi great metropolis. NEW A COMPLETE LINE 1 OF MILL SUPPLIES! f i Pipe and Fittings, Valves and Lubricators. Rubber and ;t Leather Belting. Lubricating Oils and Babbitt Metal. A I Complete line of Brass Goods. I t 717-719 WATEB STBEET i: caribou's forelegs. The mountain wolf responded on the opposite side. Then came the end, quick, decisive, and without sound. After a few moments there came faintly the snapping of jaws and the crunching of hones. Torn and bleed- ing, and yet quivering with life, the caribou was given up to the feast. Jan turned away from the scene. Torn and bleeding at his own heart, he went back to Lac Bain. CHAPTER XVIII. Brother Jan. When he came into the cabin for breakfast that morning, Jan's face. showed signs of the struggle through j which he had gone. Cummins had already finished, and he found Melisse alone. Her hair was brushed back in its old, smooth way: and when she heard hlra, she Tung her braid over her shoulder, so that itj fell down in front of her. He saw the movement, and smiled his thanks without speaking. "You don't look well, Jan." she said anxiously. "You are pale, and your eyes are bloodshot." "I am not feeling he admit- ted, trying to appear cheerful, "but this coffee will make a new man of me. You make the best coffee in the world, Melisse "How do you know, nfriflerT7 she asked. "Have you drunk any other than mine since years ago at Church- ill and York "Only lowaka's. But I know that yours is the best from what I re- member of the coffee at the bay." "It was a long time ago, wasn't she asked gently, looking at him across the fable. "I dreamed those days last night. Jan, though 11 don't remember anything about your going to Churchill. I must have been! too young; but I remember when you went to Nelson House, and how lone- ly I was. Last nis-ht I dreamed that e both went, and that we stood to-1 sether, looking; out over the bay i whore t'ne tides are washing awav the guncase coffins. I saw the ship that vou described to me. too, and thought that we wanted go out to it, but couldn't. Do vou j I we'll ever so to Churchill together. Jan, and ride on a wonderful ship like "Tt miv ftp, 'Melisse" "And then T clresmod that you were cone, arxl T was alone: and somp ore else came to me, whom I didn't like at all, and Irlod to make me go to i the ship "VTasn't that She laughed as shp rose to' him another c'vp of coffee. "TThnt you VIP in, Jan "rTioreau. rim- nine awnv from me like ''To cot with you for running awav froTi me on the he j Slip r-i'ispd, the run half filled, anfl Jin. looking un rnneht her eves fill, of mork vrcrp you Forry T ran from you9'' himself, his pale cheeks "Po vnu think T he replied enuivoiMllv she answered sl-nvlv. filling his cup. "What are von eniiis to do todav. 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'-c Wife destroyed the last vestige of his op position, and he left her with some- thing of his old cheeriness of man- ner, whistling; a gay forest tune as he hurried toward the sure. he returned with the team, Melisse was waiting for him, a gray thing of silvery lynx fur, with her cheeks, lips and eyes aglow, her trim little feet clad in soft caribou boots that came to her knees, and with a bunch of the brilliant bakneesh fas- tened jauntily in her cap. "I've made room for he said in greeting, pointing to the sledge. 'TVhich I'm not goine to fill for five miles, at declared Melisse. "Isn't it a glorious morning, I feel as if I can run from here to With a crack of his whin and a shout, Jan swung the dogs across the onen, w'th Melisse running lightly at his side. From tneir cabin Jean and Tow.ika called out shrill "The day is not far off when they two will be as you and I, my lo- said Jean in his noetic Cree "I wager you that it will be before her next And was saying: ''I wonder if there are many people as happy as Jean and lowaka'" She cnugfht her breath, and Jan cracked en the dogs in a spurt that left her panting a full dozen rods be- hind him. a wild halloo he stop- ped the team, and waited. "That's unfair, .Ten' You'll have to put me on the sledge." He tucked her in among the furs, and the dog's strained at their trac- es, with Jan's whip ciirlms and snanpins; over their backs, until the? were leaning swiftly and with unbrok- en rhythm of motion over the smooth toiL_ Then Jan gnthered in his whip and ran close to the leader, his moc- casined feet taking the short, quick, licht stens of the trained forest run- ner, his thrown a 1'ttle out, his eyes upon the twisting trail ahead. Tt was a glorious ride, and Me- eves clancert with joy. Tier blood thrilled to the tireless efforts of the grayish-vfllow pack of magnifi- cent brutes ahead of her. She watch- ed the muscular play of their backs and Ices, the easer Outstretching of their wolfish heads, and their half- panins; from them she looked to Jpn. There was no effort in his running. TTis pale cnccK? weiv fiucaod. his blnck hair hack from the grnv of his can. gleaming in the sun. Take the dogs, there was music in his movement, there was the bnntv of strength, of endurance of manhood born to the forests. Her shcv.-u proudly; the color deen- ened in cheeks as she looked at him. if there was another m-'n in t'io world like Jan Thoreau Tvlile rn10 behind, and rot until rancbcd the mountain on he had fought the mission- irv fl'd Tin bring It's doss to a walk i'mined from the sledge and l .-iiicklv to his side "1 rnu beat von to the top now'" she cried. "Tf vou catch There was the old witching challenge in her She sped up the side of the ridge ran tins; anc' rr-a'hless. Jan pursued with the doss. Her advantage was too grent for him to overcome this time, and she stood laughing down .it him when he came to the top of the ridjxo. "You're as pretty as a Me- he exclaimed, his eves shin- in? with admiration. 'Trettier than the fairy in the book'" "Thank you. brother! The one with golden "Yes. pll of them." "I can't imagine how a girl would look with solden hair: can you. Before he could answer she added "Did yiu see anv fair- ies at Churchill or York "None that could compare with you. Melisse." "Thank you again, brother mine! T believe you do still love me a lit- tle." "More than ever in my re- plied Jan quicKly, though he tried to hold his tongue. As they went on to Ledoq's, he STOVE PIPE AND ELBOWS. COAL BUCKETS 246 VELVET made hats BEAVERS In all colors, Promt down to __ CHILDREN'S HATS______ UP Market and Jackson Streets. 245 found that the joyousness of the morning was giving away again to the old gloom and heartache. Broth- er Jan, Brother Jan, Brother Jan! The words pounded themselves cessantly in his brain until they seemed to keep time with his steps beside the sledge. They drove him back into his thoughts of the preced- ing night, and he felt a sense of re- lief when they reached the trapper's. Ledoq was stripping the hair fat frfom a fox skin when the team pulled up in front of his cabin. When he saw the daughter of the facjor at Lac Bain with Jan, he jumped Brisk- ly to his feet, flung his cap through the door of the shack, and begaii bowing and scraping to her with all his might. It was well known in the province of Lac Bain that man; years before Jean de Gravois had lost a little brother, who had disappeared one day in the were those who hinted thot Letloi was that brother, for Jean and he were as like as two" peas in the rea- dy use of their tongues, and were cf the same build and same briskness. (To 'Be Continueci.) 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