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Mm and spoke to blm just now, think-
Dg be was just lying tborc, and be
BiJn't answer, and then I saw be wns
ksleep. But I never knew blm to sleep
lo Sunday nigbt. lie usually reads up
, tbe study."
"Perhaps be Is sick. I will go and
Mrs. Hardy rose and went Into tlie
Ither room, and Just then the younger
tov. Will, came down stairs. He said
linethliig to bis mother ns he passed
through the room and then came In
rherV the girls were, carrying one of
la hooks In his hand.
"Say. Alice, translate this pnssace
lor me, will you? Confound the old Ko-
kana anyway! What do 1 care about
Be way they fought their old battles
Iml built their old one horse bridges!
, lint makes me angry is the way
hesar has of telling a tiling. Why
Isn't be drive right straight ahead in
trad of beating about the bush so?
f I couldn't get up a better language
:in those old duflers used to write
ui'ir nooi;s in i a ue aown unn inc. i
''Say, Bess, I want some money aytiin."
n't find the old verb to that sentence
ywny. Maybe it's around on tbe oth-
page somewhere, or maybe Cajaar
ft It out Just on purpose to plague us
And Will shied the book over to Al-
c, who good naturedly began to read,
'hile that much suffering youth sat
wn by Bess and began to tease her
What are you and Clara doing at
ils time of day? Time you youngsters
ere going up stairs. Play ua a little
ine, Bessie, will you? What you been
ing for, Clara Vere de Vere?"
"I should think you would be nshnm-
of yourself. Will, studying on Sun-
i.v nights!" said little Bess reproving-
and with dignity.
"No worse than sparking Sunday
Igtits," retorted the Incorrigible Will.
fl haven't been," replied Bess, Indig-
intly. "I've been with Clara"
She doesn't need any help, does
?" Inquired Will Innocently. And,
ing over where Clara lay with her
e hid In the pillow of a large couch.
'Ill tried to pull the pillow out from
ider ber bead.
Let me alone. Will. I don't feel
said a mullled voice from tbe
Pshaw! you're fooling!"
No. I'm not. Let me alone."
'Come here, or I won't rend your sen-
ice for you," called Alice. And Will
uotantly withdrew, for he knew
m experience that Alice would keep
'All right. Now, go nhead; not too
t. Here! Wait a minute! Let me
ite her down. I don't intend to miss
irrow If I can help It. And old
nnlai will call mo up on this very
page, I know. Be Just like him.
ugh, to strike me on the review."
t that minute the door opened, and
came George, the elder boy and the
ist of the group of children. He
log up bat and coat and strolled into
She's In the other room," answered
Father's been asleep, and moth-
was afraid be was going to have a
lint's one of your stories," said
r'e, who seemed In a good natured
L He sat down and drew his little
tt?r toward blm and whispered to
l v ftnue I trnnt crtnin mAlll
Awfully?" whispered Bess.
es; for a special reason. Do you
tak you could let me have a little?"
fh, of course. You enn have all
month's allowance. But why don't
Po; I have asked him too much late-
Ile refused point blank last time.
Mn't like It the way he spoke."
Well, you can have all mine," said
eorge nnd she were great friends,
I there was not a thing that Bessie
pM not have done for her big hroth-
flio was ber hero. What he want-
p'lth so much money she never
ley were still whispering together,
Clara had Just risen to go up
p. and Alice and Will had finished
translation, and Will was Just on
(Point of seeing how near he could
to throwing the "Commentaries of
or" Into an ornamental Japanese
lcross the room, when Mrs. Hardy
d the curtains at the arch and
Koned her children to come into the
room. Her face was exceedingly
and she was trembling as if with
I great terror.
fe children all cried out In surprise
lurried Into the next room. But
Te relating what hnnnened there
"111 follow Mr. Hardy into the ex-
POce be bad lust after falling
1 upon the lounge by tbe open Ore.
Itemed to blm tbat be stepped at
' from tbe room where he lay Into
Pc sucb as be had nerer seen be-
where tbe one great idea that
filled Ms entire thought was the Idea was ni I a monster of Iniquity, only nn
of the present moment. Sprend out Intensely aelnsl) umn. Uauibllnf . drtnk.
before him, as If reproduced by a pho- Ing. Impurity all the physical vices
nograph and a magic lantern coin v, ere to Mr. Hardy the lowest degratla-
bined, wns the moving panorama of turn.
the entire world. lie thought he suw The thought that his own son bad
Into every home, every public place of fallen into this pit was terrible to him;
business, every saloon and place of Bui he was compelled to look an. I ll
amusement, every shop and every ten. All the young men were smoking,
farm, every place of industry, amuse- and beer and wine stood on a buffet at
Blent and vice upon the fact of the one side of the loom and were pletitl
globe. And lie thought he could bear fully partaken of.
tbe world's conversation, catch Its sobs ) s.iy, George." said n very flashily
of Buffering nay. even catch the meao dressed youth who wns smoking thnl
In., of unspoken thoughts of the bean invention of the devil, a cigarette,
With that absurd rapidity peculiar to your old man would rub his eyes to
certain d reams he fancied that over see you here, eh?"
every city on the globe was placed a 'Wi ll. 1 should remark he would."
glass cover through which he could replied George as he shuffled III- cards
look nnd through which the sounds .f ,,i then helped himself to a drink,
the city's Industry came to him Itut " nay, George." said the Unit speak-
be thought that he ascertained that by er. "your sister Bess is getting to be a
lifting off one of these covers he could beauty. Introduce me, will you?"
hear with greater distinctness the "No, I won't." said George shortly,
thoughts of the inhabitants and see all He I ud boon losing all the evening, uud
they were doing and suffering with tbe be fell nervous aud irritable,
most minute exactness He looked for Ahl We are too bad. eh?"
the place of his own town. Barton George made some tierce reply.'and
There It lay in Its geographical spot on the ether fellow struck blm, Instantly
the globe, and he thought that moved George sprang to his feet, and a tight
by an Impulse he could not resist, he took place. Mr. Hard) could not bear
lifted off the cover nnd bent down to it any longer, lie thought he broke
see and hear. awn) from the scene by tin- exercise
The Drat thing he saw was his min Qf great determination and next
Ister's home. It was Just nfter the found himself leaking into his own
Sunday evening service, the one Wllb'b home. It seemed to him it was an even
Mr. Hardy had thought so dull, Mr ing when he and all Hie children had
.Tones was talking over the evening: gi out, and Mrs. Hardy sal aloilO,
with his wife. looking into the lire as she had been
"My dear," he said. "I feel about dls looking I" lore lie f, 11 asleep. She was
oouraged. Of what use Is nil our pray thinking, and her thoughts were like
Ing and longing for the Holy Spirit burning coals as they tell Into Mr.
when our own church members are so Uurdy's heart and scorched him as net
cold ami unsplrltual that all his Influ- any scene, not even the last, had done,
enee Is destroyed? And, you know. I "My husband!" Mrs. Hardy was gay-
made a special (ilea to nil the members ing to herself. "Uuw long It is since
lo come out tonight, and only a hand he gave me a caress, kissed tne when
fill there! I feel like giving up the he went to bis work er laid his hand
Struggle. You know I could make a lovingly on my cheek as he used in .1..!
better living In literary work, and tbe How brave aud handsome and good 1
children could be better cared for used to think him in the old Vermoul
then." days when we were snuggling for our
"But. John, It was n bad night to get little home nnd his best thought was of
out. You must remember that" the home nnd of the wite! But the
"But only RO OUt of a church mem years have cbauged him! Oh, yes;
bershlp of 400. most of them living they have changed him bitterly! I
near by! It doesn't seem Just right to wonder if he reullxes my hunger for
me." his affection! of what value to me are
"Mr. Hardy was there! Old you see all these baubles wealth brings com-
blm?" pared with a hiving look, a tender
"Yes; nfter service 1 went nnd spoke smile, an affectionate caress?
to turn, and he treated me very eoldlv " h. Kobert, Uobcrl! i 'nine back to
And yet be Is the most wealthy nnd in me, for 1 am so lonely, so lonely!
some ways the most gifted church Would to God all our riches might be
member we have. He could do great taken from ns aud nil our position in
things for the good of this community society be lost to us, for I urn fast los-
lf" ing my love for him who is my bus
Suddenly Mr. Hardy thought the baud! Great and long suffering anil
minister changed Into the Sunday forgiving God, help me! I feel wicked
school superintendent, nnd lie wns sometimes. I cannot bear this kind of
walking down the street thinking about a life. It Is killing me, It is robbing
his classes In the school, nnd Mr. liar hue of all that life contains tbat Is
dy thought he could hear the superln sweet and true. Oh, Father of Met
tendent's thoughts, as If his ear were cles, for Jesus' sake do not let me grow
at a phonograph. Insane or without belief! Oh. Robert,
"It's too bad! That clnss of boys 1 Robert, my lover, my husband! I will;
wanted Mr. Hardy to take left the I will love you!" And Mrs. Hardy fell
school because no one could be found on her knees My the side of the couch
to tench them. And now Bob Wilson nnd burled ber face in its cushions nnd
has got Into trouble nnd been arrested sobbed and prayed,
for petty thieving. It will be a terrible Suddenly the whole scene changed,
blow to bis poor mother. Oh, why Is It nnd Mr. Hardy, who had stretched out
that men like Mr. Hardy cannot be his arms to comfort his wife as In the
made to see the importance of work in old days when love was young, felt
the Sunday school? With his knowl himself carried by an Irresistible pow
edge of chemistry nnd geology he could er up away from the earth, past tbe
have reached that class of boys and In stars nnd planets nnd suns nnd salel
vited them to his home, up Into bis lab lites that blazed like gems In space: on,
orntory nnd exercised tin Influence over on, for what seemed to blm like ages
them they would never outgrow. Oh! of time, until even the thought of time
It's a strange thing to me that men of grew Indistinct; on nnd up nnd Into
such possibilities do not realize their the presence of the most mighty Face
power!" be bad ever looked Into. It was the
The superintendent passed nloog Face of Eternity. On Its brow was
shaking bis head sorrowfully, nnd Mr. written In words of blazing light the
Hardy, who seemed guided by some one word "Now." And ns he looked
tower he could not resist nnd com- Into that cnlm, awful Pnce nnd rend
polled to listen whether he liked It or that awful word Mr. Hardy felt his
not. next found himself looking Into soul crumble within him. When the
one of the railroad shop tenements. Pace spoke. It was the speech of a
where the man Scovllle was lying, thousand oceans heaved by a million
awaiting amputation of both feet nfter tempests, yet through the terror of It
the terrible accident BcOVllle's wife ran a thread of music a still sweet
lay upon a ragged lounge, while Mrs. sound like everlasting love-as if
Hardy's cook kneeled by her side and nngels snng somewhere a divine nc
In her native Swedish tongue tried to companlment. And the Pace said:
comfort the poor Woman. So It was "Child of humanity, you have nog
true that these two were sisters. The looted and despised me for f0 years,
man was still cousclous and suffering You have lived for yourself. You have
unspeakably, The railroad surgeon had been careless and thoughtless of the
been sent for, but bad not arrived, world's great needs. The time of your
Three or four men and their wives had redemption Is short. It has been grant
come In to do what they could. Mr. ed you by him who rules the world
Burns, the foreman, was among them, that you should have but seven more
One of the men spoke In a whisper to days to live upon the earth seven days
him; to help redeem your soul from ever-
"Have you been to see Mr. nardy?" lasting shame and death. Mortal, see
Tes, but he was at church. 1 left to It that thou usost the precious time
word about the accident." like those who toll for Jewels In the
"At church! So even the devil some- mine beneath the sen. I who speak un
times goes to church. What for, I won- to thee nm Eternity."
der? Will he be here, think?" J Then Robert Hardy thought he fell
"Don't know," replied Mr. Burns upon his face before that awful Pace
curtly. nnd begged In bitterest terror for a
Do you mind when he" pointing to! longer lease of life.
have only seven
feel t' ! ' '
I ft to live. I
I n to inc. nnd I
more to do my
uly n dream!"
e. Mary. You know
I I itlve or superstitious
in i You know 1 never dream.
Au. I . . . as something else. I shall
die i Ul of : .is world a week from to
night Are the children here? Call
M Hardy spoke in a tone of such
calm conviction that Mrs. Hardy was
filled with wonder and fear. She went
to tbe curtain, and, us we have already
(recorded, she called the children into
the other room.
Mr Hardy gazed upon his children
with a look they had not seen upon his
face for years. Briefly but calmly he
Mated Ins experience, omitting the de-
Scovllle "saved Mr. Hardy's life?
"Remember It well enough; was
standing close by."
"Whnt'll be done with tbe children
when Scovllle goes, eh?"
Just then the surgeon came in, aud
preparations were rapidly made for the
operation. The last that Mr. Hardy
beard was the shriek of the poor wife
as she struggled to her feet and fell In
a fit across the floor where two of the
youngest children clung terrified to her
dress, and the fnther cried out, tears of
igony and despnlr running down bit
face, "My God, what a hell this world
The next scene was a room where
everything appeared confused at first,
but finally grew more distinct and tor
rlble in its significance, and the first
person Mr. Hardy recognized was his
oldest boy, George, in company with a
group of youug men engaged In what!
He rubbed his eyes and stared painful
ly. Yes; tbey were gambling. So here
was where George spent all bis money
and Bessie's too! Nothing tbat the
miserable father had seen so far cut
blm to tbe quick quite so sharply ns
this. He bad prided himself on hit
own freedom from vices and bad nc
lonest horror of them, for Mr. Hardj
"Seven days! Why. it will be but
seven swift secouds to redeem my
past! Seven days! It will be a nothing
in the marking of time! O mighty PoW
er, grnnt me longer! Seven weeks!
Seven years! And I will live for thee
as never mortal yet lived!"
And Robert Hardy sobbed and bald
ills arms beseechingly up toward that
most resplendent Pace. And as be thus
stretched out his arms the Pace bent
down toward his, aud he thought a
smile of pity gleamed upon It, nnd he
hoped that more time would be granted
blm; and then, as it came nearer, he
suddenly awoke, and there was his
own wife bending over him, and a tear
from her face fell upon bis own as she
Mr. Hardy sat up confused and trem
bling. Then he clasped bis wife to him
and kissed ber as be used to do. And
then to her great amazement he related
to her In a low tone tbe dream be bad
Just had. Mrs. Hardy listened In the
most undisguised astonishment But
what followed filled her heart with
"Mary," said ber husband with tbe
utmost solemnity, "1 cannot regard
this as a dream alone. I have awaken
ed with the firm conviction that I
77irrc uxm hit own wife Ik ndlng over htm.
tails of the vision anil all mention of
Hie scene where George had appeared,
and then declared with a solemnity
ami Impresslveness that could not be
"My dear children, 1 have not lived
as 1 should. I have not been. to you
the father I ought to have been. 1
have lived a very Selfish, useless life.
1 have only seven more days to live,
liod lins spoken lo me. I nm"
He broke off suddenly, and. sobbing
as only a strong man can, he drew his
wife toward blm and caressed her,
while Bess crept up and put her arms
about her father's neck,
The terrible suspicion shot Into Mrs.
Hardy's mind that her husband wns In
sane. Tlie children were terrified. On
ly Alice seemed to catch the reflection
of ber mother's thought. At the same
time Mr. Hardy seemed to feel the sus
picion held by them.
"No," be said ns If in answer to n
spoken charge, "I a m not Insane. I
never wns more calm. 1 am In posses
sion of all my faculties. Bui I have
looked Into the Face of Eternity this
night, and I know. I know, tbnt In
seven days God will require my soul.
Mary." he turned to his wife with the
most beseeching cry. "Mary, do you be
She looked Into her husband's face
nnd saw there the old look. Benson,
the noblest of all gifts, shone out of
that noble face, now lighted up with
the old love uud standing on the brink
of tlie other world And Mrs. Hardy,
looking her husband lit the face, re
plied: "Yes. Robert; I believe you Yon
may he mistaken in this Impression
about the time left you to live, but you
are not insane."
"O God, I tbank tin e for that!" cried
often during the most remarkable
week he ever lived Mr. Hardy reposed
In that Implicit belief of his wife ill Ills
There wns a pause. Then Mr. I lardy
asked George to bring the Bible. He
then read from John's gospel that
matchless prayer of Christ 111 the sev
enteenth chapter, and then kneeling
down he prayed ns he had never pray
ed before that In the week allotted him
to live he might know how to bless the
world nnd serve his Master best. And
when he arose and looked about upon
Ills wife nnd children It was with the
look of one wlio has been Into tbe very
presence chamber of the only living
God. At the same moment, so fast bad
the time gone In the excitement, the
clock upon the mantel struck the hour
of midnight, and the first of Robert
Hardy's seven days had begun.
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