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LEDGERPHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11 1922
Vil of n
THE HOUSE efMOHUN
By GEORGE GIBBS
Auther of "Veulh Triumphant" mul Other Successes
Cepyrtyht, 1021, 1) Applcten if Ce.
VllO'S WHO IN T1IK STOKY
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vjiwill .117 IV,-., WJl-K'-"","- .,", ,
mVA ni chaimina, "' ""tC "'"'"cu i
mu rwirnrifii ej
D.U7 SAXOHIM, Vnnna American
cthnalerist and war vilrrnn, amused
hl cfmhijci in mnnnen and riWeMi
breuaht nut hy the inn1, ftn 'wrr
ffff m ('hri)ii. II if me.ci (" J
nrc inretnl icilh her father,
JIM MOlllV, n self-made financial
trader. Toe busy te think of hit
children he leaves them te
ItHX. VOlirX, tr'.n hai sneeriifullj
cultivated the tncinl side " life.
2?,'M'; COIIMV. a motorcar salt i
wan, of caic-man type, e whom
Chary imagines she ii cnamercil.
BOH MOIll'X, ,inn, ii a typically icck
Gl'.nntlU l.YCUTT. ehleily ciefim
philosephising m fie or; develops,
JUfy t II It'll ESTIU!. whom Mrs.
Vuhun u en Id lil.c te ia'( gbti-iri-i'uic.
SIIH ;nt up, went te tlie window nml
IneKi'il out. 'J'lirte were n iiinn1'r f
children in tl'c street pl:i itiK. bill tlicre I
Vrrc ti ("ilr,l wnint'ii in liidliciiii- tci I
he "-i'imi. Tin1 pri'-pri'i wns net mi-
Jlliyifllll. 1)111 It Mil- lllll 111.'1 i'llt -
rlRlitli -tri'ct. Te lit mpn-K' .-lit
ttlllll'll vMlllh till ll'lll f. 'I'll lilm. '
dinner til their fortunes whle'i linil
wtilied tier of her Initiative, hIie no ne
(lllesc?il In the wlslies tltnt he ex
pressed, nwnrc tlint, If peiemitl.v (lis
tiiMrful te her, tliey were net tttirenKnii
utile, Nlie hud lieen startled nt the
irnlmneca of his deniatids thnt nftcrnoen
when lie hnd told her Hint they must
move uptown, shocked Inte slleiiee when
he hnd told her thnt her jewels must
I he mUI. They were her jewels, of
I renrse, but then Jim Mehun Iin4 kIveii
them te her. It wns nit ill, n dying
ninii jierlinps who mnde the renuest.
She hnd nereed hecnttse. ns he nut it te
her, there wap netliliiR pIhe te he done. I
but the sense of her tnnrtyrdem wns no
less grent liecause of the neresntly for It.
I'en hnd he been indifferent te the
In the future. At times his idenlism
alarmed her. It had n spiritual ipinllty
like thnt of n person nenr death, nnd
the beauty of bis fnee. ultcmiiited by
Ills dlNi'iise. had sutue of the aspects of
Immateriality. If he hud any rcRrets
he expressed none. He ut sal most
(if fill flllV I'M!)!,, ltlt ..r lllu wI.IiIm!,' 111
the brick Imii.ex eppilte In an attitude ! " .'' influences nheut lilm. Jlin Melui
of deep nudltatlen. Sometimes Cherry j eeuld net be unaware of the clianpe
noticed en Ills lips a thin smile which in their relations. At times, in mind,
seemed n be turned Inward upon himself In spirit, husband nnd wife were ns far
ns tliensh nt the shadow of an irony i apart as though they had never known
nerve nttneks. recrimination. It wns
little, wonder thnt her beauty, the tricks
of which he knew, hud less meaning
for lilm new, her Indifference, mere.
Se it wns thnt the quality of his pity
wns tempered with bitterness which
crop Inte ills leek nnd lone.
Te he continued lomerrow
See It Today!
At tiinr.. in mind, in spliit. bus
b.iiiil and wife were as far apart
;is tlieiiili Iho bad uexir known
I cadi nt her
' Sudden1;. sie ihiut out a li.ind te
Tin a litt'e luasl, t!time-e.. Tell
.id ipiiikl. "i!n
knew i mild haw
out of join rooms
J en tl.lnk any one
iri'esiii -i d me Celinn
Hi- i' el: a pace toward her.
" "berry! Vm don't mean thnt jeu
tliii'k somebed) "
"1 den t Knew . I'm just !is,iii2 win.
There" -, an i.i.deri'in I ent I e.ui'i e
plnin. I'erhaps it's nisi an iiisiim-i.
J tu t n bit nt i:esi;i ile that U.neN
like the wind."
MUi. I can't believe that, lias :n
rtie sn km ,if it';"
"e, no one would -except 'Heme
Jierhaps - I'd be the ki-r person in the
wuld te lieu'- eeept jeii. It wmii'iJ
be funny. IJ'iuieses, wouldn't it. il
Jiceple lapsed a lluns li'ie that en
llsV" She Lumber emistralneil'v "It's
tee l.bsiird. I Used te .! i tli.it si of
thins net M-illns men's inenis m
Jlii;lit r,ntl.- Inn thins" thnt lenkwl
Hllst as li.nl 111'. I pec pie t.i , I'd. "t
course I'm I didn't cue. I ir e
think I d n't care me- but somehow
what people wmild '.i.' new "villi "i
inui'li nml' .s.;i'ilMiii' I f " 1 that a
let of p. epl" would Ilk think I w.i-
Cloek'd if they i e lid nml 5iw .1 le
II bed li line- "
( benj ! KiiiU'sli "f tle-'"" lb'
Twiil taken a siiide and ' -msl I b"r bv
the wrist. "eu're uieibul. eu'ie
leilliu iir itiiasiii.itieii plu.' hob with
yi iir i-'iisen. nii can't U" en buikiiis
the weih' in this nieml or jei'll end in
She j'!enscil l.er i If and turned nw.iv,
"YeJ. That's jst It." 'lie inn 1 1 1 led
"I'd like le ene them seinethill iimI
te talk about."
He s iired at her careless li.ieK for
r liieiueiii and then firned m.av low. ml
the mjiitel. I'erh.lpi 'lie h.nl ip-etn
te i;. nut lim into a repl. but Ins ili m
had .i ileeper ineaiiiiis than ;ni wuba'
pint' t and in a mean nt she turned
New. l'e ili'.-ippeint. d win." she
nul. nd as he -i ill iiiinle no icph.
"1 suppose I haw I'm I can't In lp
It 'I'li.'i'j the w,i I f. el. I'm t red
nf 1 . in.; geed -b k ' ." it I'll like te
11 en t"C loose nnd I U II. if I llll'l
out t In t I !'le are trjim; te dins ui"
nn for se.iieihi'is 1 didn't de"
"Y'Mi'ie t.ilkins like .1 feel." he mut
tered. "No'ieih i- tvvins le dr.is nii
down i "ii 're ill I'.iiiniiir. "bed leuhl
knew- nobody i iiiibl pnilil; knew
'!' t kajis " he sjihi wi;h n
fllfllS. "I don't e'lle."
"Y' n de care." he jjrinled smjiseli.
"Yi u de caie."
"Ne, I don't I tinned mr bad; en
nuli'ie opiiilen when ir didu'i ncitter
in st. turn it. new ih.it n ! . -
"iid jour pride: he a-kul di--ti'ictli
lilil -lien'! tlliew h"" iisire'te into
th" t'l-e nnd l.liished. 'I'll tluead of
mum ' ti ion a- broken. It -eeiueil as
tlinu-:' she .'11(1 I" hurt him or at
the lei t wa - indifferi m te his hirt-.
It wa- ret se much wh.'t -he sjud lis
Wl II she neslected te -,'IV. It w:l .!
tlieusb -lie bad iniae te the I oufcsMetllll
enl te ebimS'ite ihe priest At bast
that was hew Iaid Sunsive the'isiit
of In r. lie wanted te say -etnetnin;
te b"!ii bm someliew Ihe words wmi'd
Het cuie. Ii ir the I'm st time that lie
could p member lie and t'l.crr were nt
"Ceuir," Oie t.iid at ln't in a tone
Of mitter-nf-fai'l. "we must be seuis."
She led the wnv down Inte the -m.ill
hi'lwav, whete litnid Sangni' went
before her te e; en the deer. Hi- f.m
wti" nt in stein Inn s, but li" -,i '
Tletl l'l' mere.
u i Hi it I am :
"Xe," he sii.d, letlehins h"f liliser."
I.;;htl and lelca-ins them. ,
"el"U j te mink well of tlieV
"l'e new r ll.eusht :in,tiuiig i'".
he liiils'ud snn.'lv as he epund the
deer. And in a moment lbe wine in
the -ti t.
'Ph.- 1 .use iii One llundied and
which was net alteenther tietsetml. She
ccmld net dispel from her mind the Im
pression that if life had dealt him a
cruel blew nnd passed him by, he had
emerged from the ordeal a liner creature
than he had gene Inte it. Cherry
adored lilm he, her. Neither bad
known hew much before their calamity
hail performed this act of revelation for
Perhaps ns the das went en it was
i this newly revived affection which, al
most without their being aware of it.
caused n feeliii!; of alienation from the
two ether members of the family, i or
Alicia Mehun spent most of her time in
her own bedroom nt these mysterious
rites before the mirror which she new
performed mere diligently Ihati ever. It
was astonishing te Cherry, familiar ns
she wns with the workings of AiUia's
mind, hew lltle her mother's fine showed
the scars of her misfeitiine. In the
mornings, sometimes, she looked elder
than her forty-one years, but then
Cherry remembered that she had ahvavs
'done th.'it. It wii in the afternoon
when she emerged from her room for
a drive with .Mrs. Ilc.iwoed, or with
'.lelui Chichester (for curiously enough
till continued bit attentions te
each ether. Then it wns thnt Cherry
saw the rueful smile twist .lim Mehan's
lips. Had they ever known each ether?
Huch had nlwuys been se busy nt his
own pursuits! There had never been
u great deiil of time 6t Inte yenrs for
even the little amenities of married life.
He had been proud of her beauty nnd
her skill, she of his Industry nnd grow
ing power. But new he bad fallen.
dragging her down, unit stie hnd hnd
few words of comfort for him only
tears, regrets, nnd, nt the worst of her
llu .Cherry's mother), that she looked as
i.iviMihigly pretty ns cwr. there was
then no wrinkle te be seen upon the
smooth enamel, which she tinted new
'e artfully that one could nlmet swear
the color came and went, giung her
small regular features an aspect of
mid.ing youth. There were fnlnt
I shadows at her eyes, of course, but
'plaintive ones, idizhlly tinged with
I melancholy, as theusli set row had
touched her delicately for fear uf niur-
l.i':ht -sei einl sire.) was small.
iieighi'i.rii. ed somewhat a" th" ih- pan-i-is
Alicia had piclund it. but t11" re re
niieal of ihe Mehun f.iniiU from Us
liiMirlmis smrinindliig' hnd b" n "
I'l.iuplislii'd without mishap. If her
mother took an altitude of silent pre pre pre
iioupulieu and Heb was 'outspoken ",
I" what h" i-alliil "a feel pieeenlins
Chen j met the situation with mi out
waul M-pci i of i eiiipl.li i iicj . Te In r
the Sewnl-eihlh streil house was
haunted m a iiiemnmi sa V ... I.l I ' 'i.g s p,M feet a thin
wine i s tie wisii'd i" eis hi. .i .....-
be cisr. -he tl.eiigbl. I" li I Ihe .Hill Mehun watched his wife will
world en een term- in .in ainuc, telMcadily appralsn,s cjes a- she passed
wlinli would hen cenlinuiil lcmnider of perfunctorily through his loom coming
Inriew responsibilities. A'i"i.i Mehun. cud going. I'here wax no doubt in
el inn i. splTeieil in the niiip 1 1 ai iv e Clicriw '.s iuitii that be felt surr. I'm-her.
,i nifi'it et the "tufTv" ninii , -Hid hut his idly litid none of the (piulllies of
of t In- small ballii u which she was v. If-depreeiatlen which Alicia inigln
,!-, , v,n-. will! I'llnrs, - , nine ep cieu i nun II. r-etuetiung liau
I'lippeiieil te I lie soul e! Iter llllsball'l
which ;.eeme, itilniigibh te put hitn be-
wind her reach. In helpl 'ssness he had
gathered strength- in weakness, power
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il.e !eii-ii.iiN ill the .wiHl-. in
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Mere leisure for making
Xmns gifts if you use
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Virtually two days saved each week,
for whether you de your own laundry,
or have a laundress come in, you knew
you have few free hours during wash
ing and ironing days.
I,ct us take your family laundry, and return it, all ironed,
GOrr of tlie wearing apparel and all of the flat work finished
be nicely it can be put away at once.
The low cost will delight you.
l.i.'nili.i-it.N of the mull
tnighborlieod which she
her bedroom v. 'union .
i-jhts and smells alike
1 he seniiil-.
eftended In r.
'!.., i,..l...i..i-.l te e world which she had
long as.ii foiswern. I'.ob growled con cen
st.inih. lull Cherrj paid Utile attention
te him. Jehn Chichester, at her
ineihei's re.pt' -i. had found I'll i a i"b
in n l.i-k'l s ,,t! I'.vn town iiii'l she
-iiw neihlii'- "f liiiu li" d.tj and Im."
ai niiht. Often s ti. n ll,- "der
of iilieli'd about him mid talk"! with
hmi knid!. but he mil Inuglicil it hc
(, ;irs .nf'l her with a shrug.
Ml-felUllie seenieil te ll.'lW' 111 id' lll'-''
,1,'lmiie the diller' n1'1 between Ihetu.
Ne mere limn th' ir uieiber had lie found '
ii .esv,hl.' ie adipt himself te the in w
i millions, l
( hen had -"etlled into her niche
v itheiii' mi nt of am lind linleid,
had -he In , ii disnesi d t" critb'i i h'T
own act emit, she was constantly di--'
:,rui'l i the i m-1i iii-pir..::etueut
..f lier ' mother. te who-e inoeds
she could ii"t glw enceiiragemeiit.
Chcri"s one s.miiu.iry from In r ether
ttul.iilatieiis was with her f.i'her
r-jtept for a slight diftienln with one
et his legs, wlin h he ewTciliie b ihe,
u-e of :i cnue. and an nocu-ienal weak
m s uhi.'h made period- ..f rest lies-
euj he s, enied te be slew l Winning
1 i, wi back I" life If he siinered i
t.his.c. Ih ill nn. wa lie made no niui-
f ';. nnd t,m,i''h Clurr knew
Mint his thought tll'l-t 111 tllll
i.t.iiifi.l. his altilild" tow an
, toward thetn
pl'i -ion 111,11 II
wear "I '! She ceiihin I understand. Willi i
ui,) sec iieiii remuM ter the pesitiw u-es el lirev
perity she w:m helples in misfortune
--which was negative nnd intangible
And while Mie Nccrrtly resented the
'Pennsylvania Laundry Company
313-327 N. 32d Street
riinnrs llfll Truten flSTfO
Ke.wilenp VI mt 16.10
all I'enlir 1 the no-
. hull made ill 1 ll 11 1 ItltiT-
mce of author-
SAVING FUND SOCIETY
700 WALNUT ST.
West Philadelphia Office, 15 Se. 52nd St.
i , , .i i.. ..
we" . lien li" nan ""i" e
i. no. .ml i-ion in the ,
it wlin li li.- wile hail net h"en nine in
dein. His faiv was gun and still a
tulle diawn. but in Ills ew s and en his
hiew was a liilinness that w mi d '"
be' .iig te ,i state of mind whiili was
siriirier 1" their change of fortune.
In. In, I. he nllecteil a ipiiet i.eirage
wh'i-li put t lii-iii all t" shame, ns though,
with Clldl'V. h letlld be most cnntellt
iii niectitig' the rigors of th" situation
f.ne te I ne. And then- was sum. thing
I'-e in his new attitude toward lite
win n lis daughter i, mid net iimbr
st ni'i ,i ipuel ("tilidellce ill luiu-ell and
Z..v.f.rilVui ,'tt t? i rrm rn Tit TTT mnTTTTlTI! I TV,
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anNwr rMtM Its ' "
Interest Rate te Depositors
FROM JANUARY 1, 1923
Established 34 Years
NOW is the slackest season in our busi
ness. As seen as the weather permits build
intr operations te be commenced or resumed
wc shall be rushed te capacity.
If you wish te take advantage of tills slack
season we arc prepared te make exception
ally low estimates in order te keep all our
workmen busv, and we have en hand several
odd lets of strictly first-class flooring, which
will help us make these prices low.
Yeu positively can save considerable money
NOW, for the price of all materials wc use
will surely be higher next Spring. De net
delay, whether you need only one room
floored or mere.
The beauty, durability, sanitary qualities
nnd cleanliness of hardwood doers have lifted
them out of the class of luxuries and made
them real necessities.
Pinkcrten floors never crack, warp nor
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which affect ordinary weed. They arc labor
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nnd, of course, mere desirable, hardwood floors. Wc shall be pleased te give estimates
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Bread 4c Cherry Sts.
Routes l 2-3--20.Z4-'i3.44-4S-63
nMnttful cslntlnas ml irqlntars
Open weekdays fl A. M. te .', V. V
te r. p.
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Reuteai 2.10-1 1-16-17-20-21 -24-31 -32
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Admission Free IBth II Race Sts.
Routes I 9-16-2I-33-44
WerlA famous ranitum et stuffrA mi mi
osis and birds, sbells, feis'.ls, mle.nli.
Opaa wessears 0 A. II. t. 0 T II..
Sundara 1 te 5 r. SI. C)
AQUARIUM Admission Fret
28tb aV Spring Cardan Sta.
Ijiril and sbewr dlsptaj of fr.ib and
a-wstar dah and reptllsa.
Oni STarj dar In the jear. li, 11
ta 6 V. U, (3)
BETSY ROSS HOUSE
139 Arch St. Reuteai S-2S-33-44.48
"BlrthpUea of Old Gterr." Here, In
J776, tinder tbs direction of Geerge Wash
loften. wsa made the Btst American
Open datlr. except Bundsri, 11,11 te
0.30 I. If. (41
AdaaUslsn Free 320 Chestnut St.
Ueetlnt plan of the First Continents!
Congress. Original arni elialrs, blaterle
racerda aad relics are ahewn.
Open dally, aicept Sundajii A. al.
te 4 P. t. (8)
34th below Sprues St.
rdnratlenal lollerttena of raw and
n-.inufirt'ird predurts of the world
ti rtTnif lllirar aad feretga trade
Inf.irrast'en bursu. . ..
Ones wefWdarc P A. it, U 5 T. M..
Mim,Ti( 1 ie s I', il. (T)
HORTICULTURAL HALL '
Fairmount Park Reuteai 3S-38-40-4
ollictten of pajma and plants wlta
I cell I flower shuwa perleJIrall.
Opn dtll. Including Sundaja. 9 A. U.
te B I' St. II)
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Chestnut St., Sth te 8th Sts.
nema of I.lbirtr Dell. Congress nail,
aesns of Washington's Inauguration,
I'hllsdalphla'a tlrat CltJ Hall.
Open weekdays II A. U. te 4 T. U
Busdars 1 te 4 1. M. (
Fairmount Park Reuteai 38-38-40-43
Varied collectiens: paintings, atlrar.
slaia. petterr. porcelain, teitlles, period
furniture. Atnerirsn antlaultles.
Open dsllT 8 A. U. te sunset, eieejt
Uendsrs, Bundirs 1 te 6 P. 11. (It)
UNITED STATES MINT
16th A Spring Carden Ste.
lnrrfit mint In the world. Precepses
of relnlnc geld, sllrer, trenze and nlrkel
coins arc ahewn.
Open wekdaja eaty, 9 A. U te J r M.
Saturdays 0 te 11.00 A. If. (11)
U. S, NAVY YARD Admission Free
League Island Reute 20
Vauallr soma of the battleships mit be
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Routes I I1-13-34.37-40-42
Campus and buildings, 3th A Wood
land Franklin Field and medium, 33d
A Spruce, t'nleeriltr Unrmlterlea snd
Detanlral Gardene, 39th A Woodland
Open erery day, sunrise te sunset. (13)
Admission Free 33d a Spruce Sts.
Routes i 11-13-34-37-40-42
Interesting relics of ancient d'nsstles,
Including jswels, mttery, tapeatrlee,
tambe, temples sod munimtrs. Free
Illustrated lectures Hsturdsje snd Sun
da;a, Serember I te April 1, 3.30 P. M.
Museum open dallt 10 A. SI. te It I'.St ,
Bundijs 2 te V. U. (14),
Admission i Adults SSc, Children IBe
34th Olrard Art. Reuta IS
Btopendeua collection af lire animals,
birds and reptiles. Principal feeding
hours 10 te 11 A. U. aad 3 te 4-10 I. II.
Open arrerr dar Id the year, 8 A. M.
te lUflltt. (13)
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PHILADELPHIA RAPID TRANSIT COMPANY
Make Your Gift a Rug
A Permanent and Useful Present
Enjoyed by the Entire Family
Ordinary gifts arc seen gene and forgotten. A rug is
unusual, is lasting and is long appreciated.
h this store you will find a rug for every place at every
price from $.5.00 te $5000.00 from a 'square of carpet
te a magnificent Persian.
Wc call particular attention, for gift purposes, te our wide
range of famous Bum.l.ar Wilten Rugs- the rugs which
give you Oriental patterns and tones, with durability of
iron, at carpet prices.
There is a size and shape for every purpose. Nete the
unusually low prices of the few we have listed.
8.3 x 10.6
4.6 x 7.6 .
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10.6 x 10.6
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