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   Pinedale Roundup, The (Newspaper) - November 30, 1933, Pinedale, Wyoming                                THE PINEDALE ROUNDUP, PINEDALB, WYOMING The Fourth Lovely By THERESE BENSON CHAPTER 'She doesn t like Carols Mason Hontver If she gets out of cuing to Europe she can t eipecl to have every thing her imn vvav hy not Mrs Masim to Slav with I'aro In Sutton place until the children a srti mis close' 1 nould be with Nn suilf spoke c >m luslvelv intra nutrripd I promised on fit If ueur to shMililer the re spnn-illililv of a j ou say 1 nm tuusl be prepared to make 8< me c< ncissii n Send her to me If she objpds too serii iiblv and III talh her into agreeing This after several conferences wna the film) HiranKt mem Susan and Charles sailed Pam and Mrs Mason settled Into a state of armed neutral Stone   u ha k tn Virginia Hit v wnlkpl n fur snme m menu in silence Meriv U be Iran in you nnrt earlv ton) rrnw M ne warned her at length Mie d have nei n after you tonight If she d ttnnwn where you live 1 ve never tntd her vour name Isn t Madame gallon Don t said Smlf It s none of her business as line us ibnt know her Roclallv _ Smlf dear Im afraid you dont really like my future wife, Rmlf halted ss abruptlv as If the traffic signals were against her Have you tied yourself up with that woman? she asked, tight lipped. nidnt jou adflse me to? Ston adoi ted an Injured air I never advise anybody Stnit "Well, Stone looked at her slitewlse I evidently misunderstood It'i because of the dogs, Smlf went THE STOgY FROM THE OPENING CHAPTER Matilda Smith Lovely Sfnlf youngest end phyiically the welshtfeet of Ibe four Lively flitter! flnfll herself tn de cidedly Rtmttencd The family estate Lavelylee. In Virginia, is owned by Smlfi brother who llvei In Chile Smlfi dearest wlih U to own Lovelylee. ft Ii rented to a Mr Johnitone Neflblt Under the 'Madame Sa4tou Smlf establUhei henelf ai a Uttle of the a conaultant. She a client who dealrel to evade the loverllko pursuit of an extraordinarily jtout lady whom he refers to as Mercy Later the lady In queittoo, Mies Martha Washington Mercedes cornea Her atory Is that because of her exceaa weight the baa toet her lover, Johnny Smlf advises her to diet until aha has reduced Mercy proposes that Smlf ahould try the "cure and If the reaultt are satinfa tory Mercy will follow her example For a generous fee, Smlf consents 'Johnny discovers 8mtr> Identity SAd Ii himself recognlred by Smlf as the tenant o' Lovelylea Johnatone Nesblt. He tells her a pathetic atory of his child noot] In r ranee and England Circumstances made him the lessee of Lovelylea. Unused to Virginia ways he thought lesitly violates the conventions and Is condemned by his neighbors not a gentleman He has a miniature of hla creat- jirftf dmothcr find tells Smlf the portrait Is that of Lorraine Lovely also an ancestress of Smlf According to Virginia tra dltlm K he nnd Smlf are cousins If reducing course gives promise of splendid results Nesblt takes an apartment I Nu v V.ork Hla real name Is Rockwell but for family reasons he took the name of Netblt Johnntoite Nesblt, familiar- ly Stone in a trifle Incoherently "1 m afraid ihe wouldn t make them m afraid she doesn t really understand bulldogs, you re married you d better give them to me stone And how about making me Stone demanded 1 beep asking yon hat Isn t that worthv of consldera Ion' __________________ "Of a sudden StnTf doubted the au hentlcity of his news. "I don t believe you re engaged to Mercy at all she said trying to con ceal the relief the thought gave her 1 don t believe you have the nerve to propose to her When the time cornen 11 probably have to do It for you You d be afraid "Of course rd be she d accept me. Looking on It as her ast chance, perhaps, ntllle you ve been banting shes been sttiffng her self Indulging In a perfect orgy of rich food. Walt till you see her' 'Walt till she sees me' I prophesi that she 11 rush to the telephone and make an Immediate appointment with doctor Blanton And when he ui-- brought her bach to her former love fness vou 11 sing a different tune Indeed' Stone stared at her cun >usly I m Interested to know what makes vou so certain of that? At her best 1 wasnt stuck on Mercy Whv should you both he so sure I will be now? Smlf stared back at him mouth sllghtlv open her whole expression hat of one transfixed bv amazement Why Indeed' Hut jou she began weakly I said I hated fat people Well so I do Bnt 1 m not of BO lovlng-ft. losinon tnai i everybody who happens to he thin And for all of me Merc? will die an old maid fat or bin That certalnlv complicates mat era, Smlf admitted She had surprised herself by her ludden revulsion of feeling at the sug jestion of his engagement to Mercv since 11 would be go convenient an ar rantfetnent It occurred to her that t was not so oiuch that she objected :o the marriage as that she objected o his succumbing voluntarllv Arrived at the Badminton, she said good by to the dogs while Stone asked f he conld take her out to dinner somewhere on forget that I no longer eat she said with a smile Ma? 1 come to see after dinner then' Have a heart Smif I ve got to go somewhere to escape Mercy Shell dropping ID to see my sweet little Bachelor apartment as sure as For a moment Sralf hesitated Come of course" she said Onlv [Doctor Rlanton will he here and I ilon t know whether will like him r r not" Dnctor niantxn "III be here' Tou mpnn upstairs In y our en isin I nnlle to find words to nt the case Sniif whirled and left him standing on the pavement Miss Mercedes paid the second In stalment of the ten thousand dollars with secret unwillingness and alacrity There was no eicuse for hpr to evade the payment as she was gen uinelv Impressed with the change In Smlf s figure The woman actually appeared to be passable good looking she said to Stone Prohahly It wfls In contrast to her previous weight Now If this doctor w 111 only do as much for The magnificence of the result ed evidently baffled description As an unwilling martyr, the sub- mitted to Doctor Blanton's examlna tlon and was aghast at his advice and prognosis, he being of the opinion that kindness was wasted on women of her type. Certainly I reduced Uadame Sal ton be said. She was an obedient ind uncomplaining patient She (he nerve to stick to her rfflme under all temptation. Ton won't hive; but I warn you I'll find ont and If TOO He to about It, m not oolj charm yon double bnt ril probably refuse to hother myself any more about .von." waa food for illsa tier- cedes soul She became humble under It and said everything she conld tn convince Doctor Blanton of her fortl tilde and rectitude Smif was growing more and more discontented with her business. She was constantly busy and almost as constantly bored. The monetary re- -Ht- weilt in her most sanguine moments but the human Interest was lacking 1 might as well he a trained nurse specialising In the care of the feeble- minded for all the fun 1 get out of it" she groaned as she went to answer a call on the telephone. "1 can't take Imaginary Ills seriously Some time before Pamela Phelps had taken up miniature painting Set tied at the Manor for the summer months she still came to town for les- sons. It was she now who was on the phone, speaking from a distance- and In evident agitation I m on to town. Don t go out till I get there I must see vou Promise me you won't go out And. oh Smlf try to see me at once My nerves are all shot' Is the Smlf asked sharplv Of course Til see whats The phone was dead Instantly on receiving her promise Pam had hung np When the girl arrived, looking white and strained, her hair straggling out from beneath her smart hat. the flrst thing Smlf asked was Tell you killed anyone? "N'o Para answered "I wlshlhad angel give me a cigarette while I pull myself together I've driven In so fast everything a still moving, and It's one of the world s wonders whv I warn t given a whole bunch of tickets." have It Pam. I dooht If it's as bad as yon think It Is." Smlf sue coated gently Pam drew a deep and audible breath '1 m being she said sue clnctly. That was something she had not expected yet Smlf never winced. -What form has the blackmail taken? she Inquired. "A demand for two hundred thon sand Pam answered. "Which of course, not being of age, 1 haven't sot Give me all the details, Pam ami don t look so desperate" 1 feel desperate" the girl said with a painful gulp "I feel soiled, as If rd really done something disgraceful the moment my mother s back was turned But honestly I ve done nothing Smlf "Ton don t have to tell me that Smlf replied 'don t I know At this the girl begin to cry child Ish tears of relaxed tension. 1 ou re a brick Smlf I might have knovtn you d stand by me, you are al wnvs such a rock to lean on" She wiped her eyes determinedly and sat forward In her chair Vow listen" she said '111 try to tell yon everv thing exactlv as It happened, and vou 11 he able to see If I m to blame In anv wav 1 d been looking around for something to do. I din draw little and Cousin Carols suggested that I might be able to do miniatures, copvlng from photographs, you under stand Mother then remarked that she would love tn have a good copy of a miniature of one of the Phelps an cestors Father has the orglnal. I was feeling pretty mushy abou' motlivi because she had consented tn let me at home, and I determined to copy It for her and If I dldn t suc- ceed Id have some one else do It s surprise understand? "1 wonted to take some lessons, thinking that a teacher wonld be able to corfect ray drawing Keep me up tn the mark generally and Solve the dlffl cull I p.s i was bound to have with a medium that was new to me Cousin Carola, It turned out, had beard of exactly the right person. This was a Monsieur Mabense. a Belgian who had first none to England wltb his old mother When she died, he came here imd, not the right Introductions, had not been very cessfnl Also he had married, bad a sweet little wife and. Umo babies. These expenses had made It necessary for htm to live lessons, although nil urally he waa nothing short of a genius and Cousin appeared to consider It a great condescension on part." "Cousin Carola stems to play quite t part In this Smlf remarked how even before father and mother sailed I had begun to take lessons. Monsieur Maheuse had a little studio In his house. 1 never saw the man work but be talked largely of pictures he had exhibited abroad. I had been asked if I wuuted private lessons, which were more expensive and Cousin me, at once said that they would be advisable I didn't want that I want ed to do as much work as I conld nn aided and I thought I could learn something too from watching the other pupils, so I said I would prefer to go Into a class. Cousin Carola didn't like that at all Against her deter mined opposition, 1 insisted on having my own way I joined a class. There waa one man, or boy rather, a shabby and unattractive Jew, but with talent 1 thought, two other girls besides me. They dldnt always come, except Jnst at first His wife and the children wandered in now and then, and U de- veloped that the oldest child, a boy named Eugene, was crazy abont auto- mobiles So, one particularly fine day I suggested that Brennan should take Madame Mabeuse and the children dare to lay his band on me! 1 thought of coming to you, but something warned me that I wonld be wist to at home on time. I had doubts of Cousin Carola. And Smlf, wit there waiting for me, which was most unusual Do you think my cousin conld be snake enough to frame np t thing like "Probably Smlf said with the Intention of soothing the girl. "I pre- sume yon gave her no satisfaction Tf "Naturally Pam assured her. "I'd had plenty of time to cool off on the way home. Yet the whole affair was so evidently planned that I was convinced I hadnt heard the end of It and 1 was right This morning a man called me on the phone, said he ..represented Madame Mabeuse and that she did not wish to embarrass me by publicity of a suit for alienation of affection. She however had her chll to 'consider" Loss of their father" meant loss of their sole support, and there were three little ones to feed and educate In fine, she was pre pared to settle ont of court for two nnndred thousand dollarsn then whatr said I conld not make ont what he was talking about that the connec- tion waa bad, that I was leaving for town on the Instant and had no time to bother wltb trifles and that they had better see yon. I knew If anyone conld save me you conld." "God bless yon, said Smlf. Having unburdened herself and en- listed help In her difficulty, Pamela was decidedly cheered, "And she said, as one who had shifted her responsibility, "what are you going to do about "The flrst move, my child. Is for Then the Door Wat Opined wid Hit and Two Pamela colored. "It would he ter rible to suspect she said trem blindly "She's my own cousin Any for a drive In the park Instead of wait- Ing Idly for me, After that, they were always standing abont wistfully when I arrived, end It seemed so Uttle to do for them that It became a regular ensv tom. Let me I aay lion sleur Mabense was handsome? Not In a way that had any appeal for me. Now have I told yon everything? No, I committed one other sin, Madame Mabease la German. Her husband Begged me to speak French with him, since he so seldom heard the Ian guage that he wag losing all facility In speaking It He said big Trade nn dentood It bat dared not speak be- cause of an atrocious accent "That wns all, np to yesterday' There were no other pupils In the studio when I arrived. Madame MB Dense and the children went ont as usual In my car and for abont half an hour I worked without speaking to the man, who looting flown fifto Happen Ing to look np I caught him consulting his wrist watch a cheap thing that I had bought for Rrennan's son bnt gave to him wben he hinted that be had no way to tell wben bis classes should end "1 think now that he and his win had everything carefully timed. At all events, I consulted my own watch and found that I had at least half an honr more, bnt decided thn' If for any reason he was In a hurry I bad better get my criticism over with. asked him to look at wbal I had done. Be delayed on one pretext or another for abont ten minutes. At last he over to me and pnt his band on the shonlder that was farthest from him. That U, his arm waa across the baeroT Smlf. tie bad never touched even my lingers before. I shook him off and to my feet, saylpg something like: 'flow dare yon? Take yonr hand away.' And then, Jntt as the door was opened and bis wife and two men appeared on the threshold, he (metal how of ttfwra sput ter oat In had never talked with (lad waa that I loved htm, how proud and hippy I ntd made "And what did yon dor asked Smlt. ata'pped his face'just as hard ta 1 could, picked op my miniatures, MitlMl BBUMMd copy, and ray paints, refused to listen to t word any of them Mid, dathtd out and drove home; 1 was simply bnrnlnf op with race. That Uttfc nt you to move yourself away from here. We dont want these crooks to and u In uudotu consultation." can't go cried Pam. "I'd to crazy, not knowing what has happened. And I don't want yon toNall me at the Manor. There's an extension In my room bat anyone can listen In all over the house." Smlf pondered on this. If Mrs. Ha- son were really mixed np In the af- fair It was donbly Important to keep Pam's morale up, and she could sym- pathize with the girl's anxiety "As a matter of fact nothing will happen she said at length "These people one or all ol them, will come here and state their case. I don't know whether they will try to bluster Probably they will What ever their tactics, Ptt going to play time. And remember they're more nervous than yon are. This Attempt of law 1 think It's oiled the badger game and la nsnally pot up on a man, with an outraged husband coming In opportunely. Anyhow, go now. After luncheon come on foot to Uadame Georgette's. If anything has happened, m leave word for yon and yon can come right np. If not, buy gown and loiter around Ull I wad for yon Madame Georgette will be (lad of your patronage." Somewhat mechanically, Smlf worked through her appointments, wondering the while why she beard nothing from Madame Utbeuse and her cohorts. It was a relief to her when Buttons at last came to announce that "two men and lady" were In the enter waiting room and had given dim the that Miss PJielps had sent Tell them that u they ban no ap potntment, Madame Salton regrets that her time will be fully engaged (or at least two hoqrs. If they object u waiting, tell them It would be safer to count on three boors; but If they re, turn In two, I will gee them the first moment It possible." Buttons returned breathless from his errand. They've he announced. The little lady made 'em go. Say, she's awful pretty. Like a kewple don, sort of.-- When the enemy retained at the end of two boors, she decided lot to make the, men angry by farther delay. Tin two males strode Into the room side by side, the woman following Eteekly la the rear. v ________ {tO BV OOHl'IMUJBUk) ROGERS BEVERLY Well all t to Just I remain the papers en what I gather tram pamphlets tint peo pie lend me solvlni stlua tlon. Somebody ii ittre doing good, that la In the print Ing line. Every gay thats cot a scheme racket, idea, or hal luclnatlou, gets n put In pamphlet lorm and while letter R comet pretty late ID alphabet, they must have me mixed win A, I am the Brat to this Depression Solver Now Its not that I dont appreciate It, I do, I think its mlgttty olce of em to think of me, bnt I wish they wonld think ot well I wish they would just think of me In case anyone happens to ask you, this a pretty tough Depression, and its going to take more than a pamphlet to dig us out I dont even belleveawhoie book will do It, and there is just about in a 'tlnre lr" pamphlets. Maby pamphlets gradually grow Into books, maby they start out an just a barber shop argument The fel low gets more words and he Issues one of these Uttle dodge's, or throw aways, then he feels that what the dodger lacked was a little more explanation Then the dodger becomes a pamphlet Now It alnt much ot a Jump tram a pam- phlet to a book, provided yon get out the book yourself As the depression In- creases why yonr solution gradually gets longer, BO Its beginning to be real Ized that maby the thing wont really be solved with not even a book, bnt maby two to six volumes So when the vol nines commence coming In, even If the postage is paid, I am going to dive right off one of these Santa Monica mountains I believe thats whats the matter with this depression, everybody wants to solve It and nobody wants to work at anything else 1 believe If It was an nounced maby over the radio on a na- tional hook up, announced that It cotild ent ba solved, why there wonld he enough people released from solving it. They wonld go back to working on no- body bnt their own problems, and maby first thing we knew we wonld be doing pretty good. the fact that it conldent ta solved wnuli s, blessing. Everybody better when you really" know even the Its this not know Ing thats a worrying ns more than the actual dlsscomforts of It t win bet yon oas thing; I bet yon IB tboTieit frest 4eotlal race, yon wont get coming out saying they can fix it. They have learned their lesson. The most that win be said In the next Campaign Platform of either Party will he "Now boys we are going to try and check ft bat we are not saying we win, but WB will promise yon this, we are not tolas to let It spread any more than we can possibly help." Ton sea the way t figure this thing will end Is that the depression wont be solved. It win lust remain with ns and as new generation grows np why they wont be used to anything else and they wont mind It' Wait till the ones who lived through the Coolldge era are til dead. Ton see any person that lived through those times Just cant get it ont of his head. The World was spoiled for him anyhow. So what mnst be done la grow up more children, and do what we can to get ns old ones to drop off We cant re- in ember anything, hut the days when all we had to do to get anything under the sun thai we I wasent nsed too, or I dldant need, was to just nod yonr head I In the- afflrmitatlve, I the address where to send It The thought of money changing was rather vulgar, everything was on time. It we was to actually have good times, why we full wonldent welcome It If wa had to pay lor anything and nbt get It on credit Bnt these young ones coming along The old car will be worn ont, the radio gone, and a hundred and one other things he wont know anything about. will only buy what he needs, and will pay for It So yon see the depres slon wont end till we grow a generation that knows how to live on what they got and never knew anything else. Meaning of Word "soviet" "Soviet" means "council" and was originally nsed to designate the work- era' conned which dominated a strike In Tsarist Russia. Bach factory wonld elect a representative to attend tte "soviet" it waa these Soviets tbst formed the nucleus ot the revelation, the Soviets still dom- inate, Woman Flew Dirigible Alone The only woman to fly a dirigible alone waa tank-.AUa.4e Acosm Brertt- Inrldge, wife ot Col. Heiry Brack-la- ridge ot New York City. Sae accotn- oUsbed this feat m a ttay ftaOooa or Baatos-Dnmont to Parti, France, yean ago.   

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