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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1918, Postville, Iowa The Postville Herald. P08tyille, Iowa. The Hillman a it 0ppenhe1m to a a at her hands roughly. Supposing i won t go he whispered hoarsely supposing i keep you Here instead Sophy she swayed for a moment. Something flashed into her face and passed away. She was paler than Ever. Dear John she begged pull yourself together remember that Louise is waiting for you. It s Louise you want not me. Nothing that she has done tonight should make her any the less worthy of you and your he strode away into the farther room. He reappeared in a moment or two his hair smoothly brushed his tie newly arranged. Ill come Little girl he promised. I Don t know what i la say to her but i la come. There can t be any harm in that 1" of course not she answered cheerfully. You re the most terrible Goose John she added As they walked Down the corridor. Do please lose your tragical air. The whole work is at Louise s feet tonight. You must t let her know How absurdly you have been feeling. Tomorrow you will find that every paper in London will be a claiming her John squared his shoulders. All the same he declared grimly if i could Burn the theater and the play and lock up grat lot for a month tonight i d do it 1" chapter Xvi. The Days and weeks drifted into month and John remained in London. His Circle of friends and his interests had widened. It was Only his relations with Louise which remained still unchanged. Always charming to him giving him much of her time favouring him beyond a doubt More thaa any of her admirers there was yet about her something elusive something which seemed intended to keep him so far As possible at Arm s length. There was nothing tangible of which he could complain and this probationary period was of his own suggestion. He bore it grimly holding his place whenever it was possible by her Side with dogged persistence. Then one evening there was a Knock at his door and Stephen Strangeway walked in. Stephen although he seemed a Little taller and Gaunter than Ever though he seemed to bring into the perhaps Over warmed atmosphere of John s Little sitting room something of the cold austerity of his own Domain had evidently come in no unfriendly spirit. He took both his brother s hands in his and gripped them warmly. I can t Tell Yon How glad i of to see you Stephen John declared. It has been an Effort to me to come Stephen admitted. I am one of the old fashioned Strangeways. What i feel is pretty Well locked up inside. The last time you and i met perhaps i spoke too much so Here i am it s Fine of Yon John declared. I remember nothing of that Day. We will chapter Xiv continued. So hard to make you understand Lou -9 ise is waiting for. You. They Are All it s wonderful Sophy declared waiting at the supper party. You Are try and Bear the thread of it ail in expected. You must go and Tell her your mind. For two Acta you have that you think it was wonderful been asked to focus your attention j he Rose slowly to ills feet and caught upon the increasing brutality of the Marquis. Remember that won t you not Likely to forget it John replied. How Well they All act there was a Quarter of an hour s Ici Erval before the curtain Rose again. Juniors concerning the last act had been floating about for weeks and the House was almost tense with excitement As the curtain went up. The scene was the country chateau of the Marquis de Guy who brought a noisy crowd of companions from Paris without any warning. His wife showed signs of dismay at his coming. H another charge not that he told her Only it is better for you to understand that if you turn me from your House this morning i Shull still feel the necessity of saving my brother from saving him from me she sex. Claimed rising suddenly and throwing out her arms. Do you know what you Are talking about do you know1 that if i consented to think of your brother As my husband there is not a Man in Loudon who would not envy him look it me i am Beautiful am i not i am a great artist i am Louise Maureni and i have made myself famous by my own work and my own Genius. What has your brother done in life to Render him worthy of the sacrifice i should make it i chose to give him my hand you had better go Back to Cumberland. Or. Strangeway. You do not see life As we see it up Here and what about John he asked without moving. You tempted him away. Was it from wantonness or do you love him love him she laughed i hate you both you Are boors you Are ignorant people. I hate the moment i Ever saw either of you. Take John Back with you. Take him out of my life there is no place there for him Stephen picked up his hat from the sofa where it Lay. Louise remained perfectly still her Brenth coming quickly her eyes lit with passion. Madam he said i am sorry to have distressed you but the truth sometimes hurts the most callous of us. You have heard the truth from me. I will take John Back to Cumberland with me if he will come. If he will not take him with Yon she broke in fiercely. He will do As i bid him do you hear if i lift my Little Finger be will stay. It will be i who decide i but you will not lift your Little Finger he interrupted grimly. Why should t i just to punish you she demanded. There Are scores of men who fancy themselves in love with me. If i choose i can keep them All their lives hanging to the hem of my skirt praying for a word a touch. I can make them furious one Day and penitent the next wretched always perhaps but i can keep them there. Why should i not treat your brother in the same Way he seemed suddenly to dilate. She was overcome with a sense of some latent Power in the Man some commanding influence. Because he declared i am the guardian of my brother s happiness. Whoever trifles with it shall in the future reckon with me his eyes were fixed upon her soft White Throat. His Long lean fingers seemed suddenly to be drawing near to her. She watched him fascinated. She was trying to scream. Even after nation you make my task More difficult he observed deliberately. Does it amuse Yon to practice your profession before one so ignorant and so Unap pre Clat Lve As myself if my brother should Ever marry it to my firm intention that he shall marry on honest Louise Bat quite still for n moment. A Flash of lightning had glittered before her eyes and in her cars was the crash of Thunder. Her foce was suddenly strained. She saw nothing but the Stern forbidding expression of the Man who looked Down at her. You dare to soy this to me Here in Ray own House dare Why not Don t people Tell Yon the truth Here in London then she Rose a Little unsteadily to her feet motioning him toward the door and moving toward the Bell. asked a car Rye Urb Reat rhe Home to ,.Stephen Rose Etorly from a tace. Spirit rtt tons upon wrae a Toni la half zni""1 Nett 1 we 868 to it the very greatest John. Ohlfs j Laid Down Bis pipe Ond bowed stiffly to 1 modern and unworthy wantonness. His ready at one g0t he take him with Yout she broke i fiercely he had turned away and left her after she had heard his measured tramp de ,.,. Usu Minimi Csc ending the stairs her fingers flow w she sat quite still shivering a Little. Her Throat. She held herself to ghz do we Tell me then because i j standing there with beating heart apr i Curt us no a throbbing pulses. It a feb not until front door had closed that she had the strength to move to throw horse i face downward Apon the Couch. Am Curthue Tell me Why you ,. Sure of what you any Bre 80 Sieyro r a i of the nil la of of a a a e Tricsli mu1sfylouise ate n very Amail. Luncheon out an unusual thing for her she rank two glasses of wine. Just at she had finished Sophy came in with Ink stained Flag of and serious a pression. To to be

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