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I-'. L. Stanton, In Atlanta Constitution.
i The Judge's Eavesdropping f
By George Lincoln. ft
THE JUDGE fell into t lie way of
watching them naturally euough.
After the court adjourned in the early
afternoon, be always took a rule on
bis bicycle unt! never failed to visit
the beautiful stretch of boulevard re
cently opened along the string of lakes.
They both came of well-to-do fami
lies, and their manner led him to think
there was breeding behind them. How
then did lie come to know that they
loved each other? you ask. JIow was
it possible not to know it? He was not
always pitst 50 and he had a good mem
ory. So when the judge noticed' the way
"he" looked at "her" and the way "fchc"
looked at "him" and the tendrruresat
the young man's courtesy, the judge
knew well enough how matters were.
She was a beautiful woman, not over
21), and gave one an impression of trig
ness and neatness.
He was n. manly chap of i!?, athletic,
bronzed and thoroughly "lit," as my
nephew hays. My nephew plays on the
'varsity football team and is authority
in our family on such matters.
And they noticed the judge. After a
while he got into the way of bowing to
them, although they didn't know ha
was Judge Storrow, and he didn't know
One dreamy, Indian summer after
noon the judge went up among the
trees on the side of the lake to a shel
tered nook he knew, and lay down to
rest. There hud been a puzzling ease
before him that morning, and while
thinking it over he must have fullea
Ue was suddenly aware that just out
sid' his shelter a man and woman were
talking. He soon discovered that they
were "his lovers," as he called them,
and they were discussing some unhap
py circumstance regarding their affec
tion. What should he do? There wus in
way out except past them. Would i'
not be more delicate to remain till
they had gone, not listening, and they
would never know anyone had' ever
Hut try ns lie would, it was impossible
not to hear their whole conversation.
"Hut what difference does that
make'.'" asked the young man. "You
know perfectly well, Alice, that if it
were a thousand times worse, that if
it were you yourself, I would marry
"O, but think of it, Ned! Think what
your friends would say! 'Ned Grant
married the daughter of an embezzler
serving his time in jail!' "
The judge couldn't help wondering
if this were the sun of Grant OB the
supreme bench, whoa ha
met, although he kaaTW hla
timately. The girl's gentle
as she said this and Ned
"O. Alice, I w ish yon wouldn't thiak
of that. It just breaks me up to aee
you cry, you know."
Then followed a silence during which
Alice must haye been in some way com
forted, for she said in a steady voice:
"No, my dear boy, I have been very
weak to see you so oftsn, and hays
these rides. I should hare refused and
tried tot forget ytiu. But, Ned, I
couldn't. I can't think of anything but
you and I do love you sol"
More silence. Then:
"And Ned; this really must be the
last. I can't marry you. No, dear,
please don't go all oyer it agaia. I
know that it would be a great wrong
to you to say yes. It would always be
a hindrance to you. We would have so
friends, and a young lawyer must have
friends. Who would come to your
house if they knew your wife was the
daughter of Rand, the embezzler?
That was where the judge almost dig
covered himself. He sentenced Rand to
20 years hard labor and he had still 15
years to serve. It was a queer case
and not quite clear. So this was the
motherless girl he had heard so mask
"Now, see here, Alice," the young
man said, "you know it takes two ta
make a quarrel, and it takes two to
make a separation. Eo while you may
think it beat not to see me again
(shall not give you up and I shall aee
yon eyerv oDDortunity I can, so long as
a. .,, m n Tlo lnn all
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Them after author Inter sili
they left kirn alone. Aa he rode slowly
home he turned the little tragedy ovet
and over in hla mind audi the more he
thought about It the more he felt thai
he had made a mistake by staying and
listening. At last he evolved a plaa
calculated to ease his own tJciroi
and give the young man some courage
So the Judge sent him this letter:
"Mr. Kdwln arsiit:
"I had the n.Tsfortune to oTerhesr esr
of your conversation with Miss Rand to
day, although In quite an accidental mea
ner. If. as I surmise, you are the sob el
Grant, of the supreme, you are made el
the rltht sort of stuff to regard Miss Rand'l
views ns only a temporary obstacle to yosn
happiness. I Hcp.tenced Hand, and if yot
care to rail on me I should be flad to set
you. P( rhapi we nitty I Hnk of some argu
ment to make Hlsg Kand look at the cast
differently. At any rate I agree with hit
honor, yuur father, and am also 'wltl
The next day the judge waa obliged
to go to a distant city to act aa referee
in a case.
clrcuuuUlrttal Ma v Gs
handwriting in which the false entries
had been made in the books, 'l'liehnnd
writing experts all agreed that the en
tries had been made by Rand; indeed,
l lie prisoner admitted ns much.
He had pleaded "not guilty," and
when he admitted the identity of the
handwriting there waa littlt lefttodb
ftir him. His counsel was completely
baffled by the admiaaion and Kand re
fused to explaiu it in any way.
It could never be found how Rand had
disposed of the sum he embezzled. In
fact, not n penny of the missing money
vns ever fountl. and the bank charged
it to profit and loss.
Hooper, the president of the bank,
:is in constant attendance at the trial,
and expressetl great sorrow for Rand.
Shortly after the sentence Hooper left
the bank and went to another city,
irbere he engaged in u private banking
and brokerage business. It was In this
city that Judge Storrow was now sit
ting. One night nt his club the conversa
tion drifted round to money and bank
The iutlL'e made the remark that
he wished 10 procure a let ter of credit
for his niece, who wss going abroad,
and someone suggested Hooper's house
ns the best place to get it.
"By the way," said his adviser, "you
sentenced the cashier of the bank of
which Hooper used to be president,
didn't you?" The judge said he did.
"Well," continued the man, "that's
the way some men treat those who have
been kind to them. My wife grew up in
the village where Hooper ond Rand
were boys together. Rnnd wss not in
very good circumstances, while nooper
had plenty of money. At tbnt time
Hooper wns quietly buying up a great
deal of land through which he knew a
railroad was projected. He let Hand In
on the ground floor, lent him money,
and then, when they realized, collected
Rand's notes, and in this way they both
made money, and Rand's share was s
moderate fortune to a man in his cir
cumstances. It wasn't many years be
fore Rand had lost his money in fool
ish investments. Then Hooper got him
the position of cashier In the bank
where he was president. It seems pret
ty tough for Rand to have stolen all
that money. The directors asked
Hooper for his resignation, of course,
and he was obliged to come here and
Now, this was a part of the story thaf
the judge had never heard before. It
little agreed with his personal impres
sions, which of course has nothing te
do with the. "law nnd evidence." He
had an idea that Rand Vvas not that sort
of a man, nnd, curiously enough, he
had acquired an nntiaathy for Hooper.
Gradually he found himself forced te
a conclusion for which there was little
reason. He somehow thoaght that
Hooper was the guilty man and Rand
the innocent. He had known a few
similar cases of quixotic gratitude.
The next day he called at the bonk
ing house of Hooper & Co. As he was
leaving he met Hooper face to face.
The man went white, and staggerer,
against the door jamb ns If he had
"Why how d'ye dot Why I didn't
expect to aee yon," he stammered.
"Anything wo can do for you T"
looked him square in
The jirigw had wot fame tww Mocks
before one of the clerks eame ruaking
after him and said Mr. Hooper want
ed him to come back. He found Hoop
er striding the floor and mumbling
"My God, judge, do you know?" he
"I know you are a scoundrel." the
judge replied, surprised out of his self
"I did it, judge. I did it."
"I knew it," calmly replied the
"I came to this city because I
couldn't stand meeting you, and I
have never had a happy or an easy
moment since. I've lived in constant
fear of apprehension."
The judge, stepping back, turned
the key in the lock and put it Into
his pocket. Then he went to the tel
ephone, told police headquarters who
he was, end asked them to aend him
an inspector nt the banking office.
"Now," he said, "before either of ns
leave this) room you are going to
write the whole story. You will sign
it in the presence of witnesses, and in
side of two weeks Rand will be a free
man. You will be arrested at once;
but for two weeks, for my own
reasons, you will continue to conduct
your business, and a headquarters
man will be always with you. You
can explain hla presence in any way
that VOU like.
ow sit fiewn and
the task, bat
the) Judge Insisted. When he had fin
ished and waa ready to sign, there
earae a tap at the door nnd u stranger
waa ushered In. He locked the door
after him, and the judge had a low
conversation with aim. The confes
sion waa duly signed and witnessed.
It ei fcH H.". ;' necessity to
obtain fluids further than those avail
able, and how he hod taken from time
to time, showing Rand fictitious notes,
so that Rand had every reason to sup
pose the Lank was making loans.
In short, he had made the entries
In perfect good faith, nnd then when
the stealing was made known he hail
kept silence, remembering all the ben
efits received. It wns, of course, a
questionable thing for him to do, but
there was no doubting the nobility of
the man's character.
That night the judge started for
home. There the next day he laid the
confession before the governor and
his council, who took the preliminary
steps to release Rand.
That evening Ned Grant called, say
lair he had failed to find the judge at
kerne, on previous etcsls-ra. He !;nov
enough of law to appreciate some
things the judge, told him.
"Now," said the judge, "this tangle
can be straightened out. You bring
Alice here twxj weeks from to-night,
and I'll try to change her views."
At last the night came. The judge
wns decidedly nervous. The bell ran?,
and in enme Ned nnd Alice. He had
told her about the judge, and she
blushed prettily when lie was iatro
duced. After he had explained at some
length that his eavesdropping was
quite occidental, he began to argue
with her on the matter. She took the
same high ground as before that it
was doing Ned a wrong. And she had
a pretty good case, too. At. Inst he
"So there is no way of turning you?
You would marry if your father were
not in prison for embezzlement?"
She nodded nnd the judge silently
handed her a long typewritten confes
sion. Rami had been living quietly
with the judge for the la-st few days
nnd knew the whole story.
Ned stootl near carefully watching
her, and ns the door opened noiseless
ly he saw John Rand waiting for
his daughter to look up and see him.
Hooper Is still serving his time.
A MISSIONARY HEN.
She Wbs Uroaxlit from Kso-Kos,
Cbluu, and Slip Laid Ekk 'or
Some ten years ago Cnpt. J. Clifford
Entwisle, now city clerk of Salem,
then master of a New York vessel sail
ing to China uud Japun, brought home
from China a littlc'hen. He named the
bird Koo-Koo, for the. town whence
she came. He presented the hen to his
wife, and the bird gradually became a
pet of the house. She would lay her
eggs in the house.
Capt. and Mrs. Entwisle were in
terested in church and missionary
work. So Mrs. Entwisle conceived the
Idea of devoting the proceeds of the
eggs and chickens of Koo-Koo to the
missionary cause, and for the seven
ytars little Koo-Koo lived all her
earnings went to coavert Cblneae
heathens, and a good many dollars went
that way. The ben became as much of
a pat tis a cat or dog. She would lay
her egg and then go into the kitchen
and cluck until son. cone went and
found the egg; then she weuid tly up
on the window sill nnd peck at the win
dow us a sign that she wished to go
Finally little Koo-Koo died, and was
staffed and used us an ornament. Mrs.
Entwisle wrote very pretty little
3tory, founded on the history of Koo
Koo, and sent it to be read to the chil
dren la the far-away lantl whence came
the hen. There it took so well that it
waa translated into Chinese aad read
to the little Chinese children in their
own language. It was the story of a
little hen called Koo-Kao, which under
took to support one little Chlntrt giri
that she might be educated. It con
tained an account of n meeting of the
children of Koo-Koo, quite a numerous
tribe of verioi ages.
After hasrurtswr tk,, read, a Chi-
a BBgisJi ear awe meet
aeacnaeo ry Aire.
a. nU a,a.n
tae oto nen
htat ? wawjsjra aaper. and
the aena are almost ttfaatae for Chi
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ary headquarters In Boston first, nnd
yesterday sat sent down to Mrs. Knt
wisle, by whom it is highly prized,
Walls have had ears since curiosity
began; now it seems they have eyes,
too, if we may (jeueralire from the
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wonder," aaid the photographer; and
then he produced u number of snap
shot photographs, representing the
men on the roof of his house as takea
from the attic window of an adjoining
building. Some were eitting smoking,
some were reading newspapers, and
others were lying on their backs.
"Why," aaid the astonished roofer,
"these are my men ! " "Exactly so," re
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We Issue a special Catalog ue of this
Lamp, and, if you ever prowl around
altar night-faU, It will Interest you.
Ti mailed free.
R. B. DIETS CO.,
6o Iaight 8t,Ncw York.
Established la 1840.
To PATENT Boo. littl
may be secured by
onr aid. Address,
tvk DtTrarr acensn
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HEFtCH & DROMGOLD'S
wondrrfui Improvement In Friction Feeds "n 1
(alg-Hark. Bark motion OtpUftlfJ time, an Ml
U uny other In ihe markta. Friction Clutch Feed,
cuiittlnii all the tV'l KcariiiK to ntaml Ptill while Us
Inic; tfrnit anvlns In power nnd wrnr. i'nta
lot'ite and prlttti free. AN" Sprinc llnrrmvt
CaltWurora, Corn Flnntrro, SheTlera, ttC
Mention 1Mb paper. a
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bv liair at frnm C J . 2 0 , t'.v .- Mot
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OUR OFFFR t ut thin im out and pend
yun "rrcii. touijiiclteancotl urd
suinple tif the i tin ahada wni-rri, ii)d : It
out as Dear tiie root! ps potal I -lee ineloaai
our apprlal prlrr ftMvtd pri'l 6 Mftll "lira tu
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Win. Ion,', lOflg itfiaVri 630 BlOft Btem,
Oc; 101. -1 in. lottft ehorietem, SI.2S
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HOW TOIM VEST!
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A Iru6 culdv) for ti t ltivw1nr in Mocks, inifrc
nr finlt 'I t' 1 1 llOW In vptH II kite utitl HOT I f-R,
wok i ii a i tiitTi 51 t Biione, .V ewlll pond
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free loffvtber with vntiMtble trcntim (llltutrat
d on touni-r nintitH in Colorado. IliKhly
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ti pay poMtHKe. otWl lOUAy I-Cioro IM present
edition in nil - V n for. A'(,i punliMh'
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Dr. Scott's Klectric TJnbreakahle
Corsets, Electric Hair Brushes, Kin trie
Belts, 3, i, fio ; Electric Razors,
Electric Insoles. Nature's own rrrardy
for backache, nervousness. Indigestion,
headache, liver and kidney trouble A
valuable book m.
Ks. I Cnraat. SI.
I'crt paid, ii.Ta
atal. waist ttse.
(JEO. A. SCOTT,
SM Bread way , lew Turk.
There's nientv of Kt Id in (Vlorado's iiilninK
canim. iendusfl for a tear's subscription to
our bia lllustrhtcil uitnt'nn nsrf rral eitatr vttlhi
(foiindexl i:l and we will send yon a block of
'en slinres (SKI par value) in n new mining-
coinuativ. i .aid UD and HOIMUWesaRUle. I 1MB
of 3 Sl'.Tli or ten and Km sbarrs for JS.Oil
rk'iid today anil don't tret left-Nutatae rilr
nothing ftwastf. .iiir paper has fine illuauatlons
Intest minliiir news unu tt iu it(op you nin
iiiisti'd. liefer to the editor of llii paper
stamps takt'n. lirtuit bv uioaey order AudveM
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Cure Impotence-, Night Emissions, Loss of Mem
on, ail wasting diseases,
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A nerve tonlo and
bloo builder. Brings
the Dink glow to n ale
cheeks and restores tbe
.lire of youth. By mail
per box. 0 boxes for
$8.50, with onr bankable g-auran tee to cure I
or refund the money paid. Send for circular I
and copy of our bankable guarantee bond.
InMiMS r A aar I .,.... .u.
Positively guaranteed cure for Loss of Power,!
Varicocele, Undeveloped or Shrunken Organs I
Paresis. Locomotor Ataxia. Nervous Prostrsvl
tion, Hysteria, Fits, Insanity, Paralysis and thel
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Liquor. By mall In plain package, al.oo a I
box. 6 for aa.OO with onr bankable truer-1
antes bond to cure In 80 days or refund I
money pel a. Aaaress
NERVITA MEDICAL CO.
Clinton A Jackson Sta., CHICAGO, IL
sold by MIDDI.KBURU DRl' CO., .Mltiuletui)!
Eugene i given free
aa T I
to each person interested la
nuoacri oi Rg lo MH r.iiiriii
ield Monument Souvenit
Fund. Subscribe tiny iimouni
desiriMl, ubscriplion. as lo1
a UaBO will entitle doner
this daintily artistic vclumel
I lei. I l li.HPr,"
(cloth hound. Sill), ss a cer
U Urate of sutsscriptlon
fund. Book contaiusa selecl
The bonk of
ed by thirty-two
linn of Field's beat nnd moss
representative works and
reu.lv for delivery.
But for the noble cnntril
butiou of the world's greatest
artist tb'a book conld d
have been manufactured fol
less than 17.1 0.
The fund created Is dil
t ided equally between the family of the latl
a monument to the incmorv of the belovsMi ptxl
Kucrnr Klelfl anil tne runil lorioe iiiiiiuiiik m
of cliildbood. Address,
I Eugene Field Monument Souvenir Fnnct
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about It and he's with ma." write."