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Mrs. Garker camehome from a call
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A TEMPER GONG
STNOrSIS.-Uvlnr In a barn,
coaverted Into a dwelling, Mrs.
Pinfleld Is manager of an apart
mnt building known as "The
Costard Cup," originally "Cluster
Court." Her Income Is derived
from laundry work, ler chief pa
tron being a Mrs. Horatius
Weatheratone, whom she has
never seen. Living with her are
"Crlnk" and "Triad," homeless
small boys waom she has
adopted. They call her "Penile."
Triad tells Penile a strange man
was Inquiring for her under her
maiden name. A tenant, Mrs.
Quisle Bosley, Induces Penile to
take charge of a packafe. which
he does with some misgivings.
Searching a refuse dump for
things which might Be or vaiue.
muntara a smalt trlrl. Latlte. who
proves a foeman worthy of his
steel. He takei her to Penile,
and Lettle get aaoptea into uie
family. The stranger proves to
h. mn vnfiAlri'a tinrla Jerrv.
He announces he Is going to re
main In the vicinity of The Cus
tard Cup. Uncle Jerry arranges to
occupy the loft above Mrs. Pen
field's abode. Uncle Jerry meets
Prudence HapBOod, no longer
young, but attractive, and the two
appear to "hit It olt" well. Lrene
Tmv vnnnar frtRTid Of Penlle'S.
tells her of her engagement to
Dick Chase, also a mutual iriena.
Fviniiahin rlfvaloDlnc between Un-
nt- Taotv anH !ank BfllliV. hUS-
kana Ar niiani worries Penile.
Calming a tenant, Mrs. Sanders,
on the verge of a nervoui break
down. Mrs. Penfleld reveals the
tragic story of her own life, the
udden death of her three children
t . n .niriomin and the subsequent
leath of her husband. Lettle's pet
aversion In The Custard Cup has
long been a certain Mr. josian
W.nnla anil thA BnlmOSltV CUllTll-
nates tn a physical encounter In
which much water is eyiiieu.
CHAPTER IX Continued.
: . .
"Now will you let dogs aloneT In-
quired Lettie pertinently. "Men that
nester uol-s hid i uv kwu. j -
Rofore hpr eves the water suddenly
dwindled in the hose she was holding,
rllanrpnred with a gentle gurgle. Mr.
Wnnnio hnri tnmpfl off the faucet. i ne
two dripping human beings glared at
each other during a moment of truce.
You'll pay for this," threateuea air.
Wonnle. "Think I'll have a dog
'round nfter be bit me?
fpnr clutched Lettle's heart.
For a moment her blood stopped ; she
foit rii.7.v and sick. Recovering her
self with a tremendous effort, she took
up the defense at random
"Ho rlidn't bite VOU."
"He did, too," maintained Mr. Wqjs
ple, but with a subtle lack of convic
tion which Lettle's sharpened senses
"Show me where," demanded Lettle,
Hih un nnxlous eve on Fll Caesar, who
was standing by during the suspension
of hostilities, waiting for the signal to
"He didn't bite you 't all." repeated
tettle. with growing assurance
"He did, too, but he ain't never goin'
to again. Darn him!" His eyea
anroiiPd the ground : he stopped
non't vou dare I" cried Lettle.
"Don't you 'dare I Just you let FU
alone, and I won't never
Rut Mr. WoDDle had found a atone
Hint aiilteri him. and without chang
ing nnoltlnn had let it fly. It caught
thA nnRusnectlne Filibuster on a front
lee. There was a yelp of pain from
Fll. a screech of rage from Lettle.
"Oh! Oh! You've hit him. Tou've
Mr. WoDDle reached for another
t?i'ihiiatpr Coesar. by no means
killed but rendered strikingly discreet,
limped swiftly out of range. Lettle
heard him ; but beyond reullzing that
ha was able to move, she paid him no
nttontion Instead, she faced her
neighbor with a fury that gave him
naaam. Her thin chest rising on a
f" . . a.
Ma wave of anger, tier cneess nam
lng, her black eyes shooting danger
sparks, she was beside herself with
contemDt and wrath.
Ton hen t I" she ecreamed. to
do I You're worse'n no good.
Penzie says she don't see why the
Ttrrl ever made you. So!"
Wha-atl" gasped the astounded
Mr Wopple. for the moment over-
whelmed by this revelation.
vi l Yl I" shrieked little. "That
got yon, didn't ltt Fll give you some
more. 111 With a quick swoop,
she picked up a stick and threw It.
rt riHiirtxi mist Mr. Wonnle and struck
a window behind him, shattering the
glass; but Lettle, blinded by rage,
scarcely noted tbe disaster. She dart
awt hare and there In search of a sec
ond missile, relieving ber feelings
with alt the stormy phrases she could
Penzie hates yon hates your she
repeated, having produced more enect
vita thla formation than with any
.Lin. oioo oh. had tried. "She loves
most ev'rybody, but she hates you.
... a ...I a.1. I
it. I. mn,m otiA rtitn'T tlinw WIIV TUB I
OilC BUIO Ol'W oaa-w" " I
A ..Inalonlnil I
'J.nS one WW U alUU ou BJivmou...,
... -i I sin. hut
UDon Mr. Wopple. His conduct under-
nam Imiiiefllate reversal, lie did not
rinnr nt Mrs. Penfleld. who had come
quietly around the house and was
still standing on the community
ivaiir- rather, his attention wai wholly
absorbed by mutters In his own yard.
With nervous Jerks he detached the
old hose and colled it careiuuy, an
t..i xr pnfl.Ma voir
had been to her like the breaking of
n snell. She went suaaeniy ump,
nniT. dronDed out of her face: frenzy
released Its hold of her muscles; a
strange expression took tne place or
nni?er In her eves an expression of
realization, of frightened dismay.
"Lettle, go Into the house.
For a brief space Mrs. Penfleld did
not move. Her troubled eyes traveled
from one bit of testimony to another.
"It's a nice day, Mis' Penfleld, ain t
It?" volunteered air. ivoppie iusi
tlatingly. She did not reply; she seemed not
to hear. Slowly she came forward
"Yon eem to have watered a lot
in one nlace." she observed presently
"And thank you ror springing my
"Well. now. see here. Mis' Penfleld,
you wait a minute and IU tell you
"It Isn't necessary," she Interposed.
"Lettie'U tell me."
"Sure she'll tell you her side.
vou can't trust a little vixen
"I can always trust Lettle,
Wopple. That's the reason I got
. t t
Wonnie That's the reason I
gQt omethlnK m,ghty
a person, you got something mignry ln(j bet It'll help. Now, whenever pushed ror tne construction oi a mo
firm to pin to. One thing I like 'bout yo0 fe(, yourself getting mad, you run ; morlal Community building here, for
Lettie Is: she don't never try to hide rBnt ) here and pound that board ! which a site, directly across from the
kol.lml anmaVinrlv plop" ...IU, tl.l. l,Aro rrl 1 1 n ir.ntn 'I'rv ft flfrV Wavna rnlintv court hOUSB On WalnUt
hehinil somebody else,
Snv. now. I wan t oay, wis
Rut she had cone.
Tn the kitchen Mrs. Penfleld found
Lettle, down on the floor, cradling the
small Fll Caesar In her arnjs, croon
lng nnd sobbing In a remarkable com
"O Penzie. his lee's broke, and I'm
:fraid he's killed Inside. See, he
won't let me touch it. Darling Fll !
Crlnk never'll forgive me. Oh, I
T.Pt me take him. Lettle. Get me
the liniment and a cloth out of the
Dlece bns. Filibuster's 'bout the slm
nlest nroblem of the afternoon."
But when Fll Caesar bad acquired
th hndce of honorable Injury and
been Invalided to nn old rug by the
door. Lettle's onxlety, subsiding at
one nolnL bulged out at another.
What you going to do witn me,
"I do not know," admitted Mrs. Pen
"I I'm awful sorry, Penzie. You
ee. he he makes me' so mad!"
"Yes, I should Judge he did. Now
begin at the beginning nnd tell me
what happened. ;
Lettle compiled, with a faithful ob
servance of sequence and a realistic
touch on all details. "He's a mean
mnn. " she concluded vehemently. "He
rets me going."
Mrs. Penfleld, sitting en the end or
the wash bench, watched her gravely,
"This Is a serious matter Lettle. Do
you realize that you have destroyed
nronertv?" ' 1
I didn't mean to do that, renzie. i
"Yes. von Intended to Injure a hu
man being.; That la far more, aerl
Oh, not really Injure!" protested
Lettle. "And besides, aiuni ne nit
mi rnoonrr site added hotly.
m. Penfleld slehed. "Come here.
Lettle; I want to tell you something,
i hain't never told yon bow It makes
me feel when you lose your temper
and do these awrui tnmgs. t seep my
fppllntra Inside me. but I got 'em Just
the-same. And If you keep on like
this, yonll get me going, too. Had
vnn ever tlioiicht of thatT Now. when
things don't go the way I, want 'em
to like this afternoon, ror instance
i r nt mad as vo .do. and struck
out at eVrythlng 'round, do you know
what it would mean to your"
little's face whitened : the color
dropped out of her Hps; her black
eves crew wild with night. "TOU
mean vou'd send me sway?" The
words came slowly oat of her terror.
'Wouldn't I If I acted the way
ftre'a body swayed, tier uas
fluttered. ' la ttY raw weeks that ahe
bad been tn this house, shs had at-
tached herv to Mr PeirSOlJ. wlti
a dogllke devatlon. . All the rich af
fection In ber nature, held, la check
for want of an outlet, had poured out
to this woman who hod fed and
clothed and loved her. Let tie Idolized
her ; she would have walked straight
to destruction for her If occasion had
offered. She would not have shrunk
from the high, spectacular deed of
sacrifice; but the more difficult,
humble matter of controlling her own
temper, had been too much for Ser
to compass. Yet not once had It oc
curred to her that she might be Jeop
ardising this new home, that there
might be an end to the patience that
had borne with her.
"O Pen.le!" She threw herself Into
Mrs. Penfleld's lnp and burst Into wld
Mrs. Penfleld drew her closer,
"Dear child, I didn't say I was going
ro aenrt vou away. I merely said
should If I acted the way you do.
rvin'r vou see you expect me to De
patient, but you ain't willing to be
patient yourself? You're willing I
I.I ... Inia at Mi Itl rra fff VAH Kill1
Hllllllltl UU U S Ul IUUih9 ava jvu vu.
" - ......
J'ou ln'' willing to do this one thing.
or me. Ail is, Leirie, we got to pun
tnnalh.r nr TlCtt 't all. Ill belD VOU
. ' a L . - - - -
If vnn'll lipln me."
"O Penzie." sobbfd the child, TU
do anything anything if you'll only
keen me. Honest, I will, l it worn
nnd pay for the- window. I'll go with
out eating Just as long's you say.
won't play with FII Caesar. I'll"
Mrs. Penfleld Interrupted before
Lettle had wiped the slate entirely
clean of all the pleasure ohe had
"Sure. We'll attend to aJt tbe pun
lahinir for this time: but tio main
point Is, what will you doth next
nine juu sci mim j w
control yourself and keep calmr
The child looked up through stream'
Ine tears. "I will, honest," she gulped.
"I'll do that very thing, so help me
Jacob I I'm going to be so good that
you'll want to keep me darned If I
Now you're talking," encouraged
Mrs. Penfleld, with a brighter ex
nresslon. "And I'm going to make it
as easy for you as I can. I m going
to make you a temper gong right
Lettle dried her eyes, 'What! a
"You watch, and yon II And oat,"
Mrs. Penfleld went over to the cor
ner where the firewood was drying
and picked out a piece of board that
had a knot hole In one end. Passing
heavy twine throunh tbe knot-hole,
she hung tbe board on the wall. From
the cupboard she produced a toy
rnlllniMtln that had been given to
Crink when the first owner had tired
of It. Tills ahe hung also, suspending
It by a longer piece of twine beside
th hourtl. !
L .There you are," she announced to
the watchful Lett e. "You try this,
and I bet It'll help. Now, whenever j
a.n atnl .iMnl nartinrr rv.fi f vmi Pnfl i
with this here rollng-pln. Try It fifty
times; and If your arm nln't tired
times; auu n jour arm uiu i. iiicu i
then, do It a hundred. It's a strange.!
thine, hut if vou get your muscles
good and tired, you got over being
ongry right uway. Here in the kitchen
I guess you won't disturb the neigh
bors thev moke consld'rable noise
themselves and 'pears like you'll
have to hit something for a while till
you learn better."
Lettie, being now very mellow,
looked upon this arrangement with
"Now Lettle. If you get mad again,
fore you do anything 't all, will you
reniemher to say, 'Excuse me, I got
an encasement in the kitchen?"
Lettle gulped and capltoiated.
"Yes'm." ahe promised. "I'll bet I
won't want tot but, by Jingoes, fll
. CHAPTER X
The Back-Yard Code.
One of the hardest things that Let-
tie was ever called upon to do was
to apologize to Mr. Wopple. In her
ehcjrtehed mood ahe submitted to thli
Item of penance, but the mere phys
lool doing of It came near being be
yon her. The words, half out of her
meuth, seemed to turn and sup back
down her throat. Difficulty was made
the more difficult by Mr. Wopple's
supercilious satisfaction In the hu
miliation of his small antagonist. .
"Darn It all!" burst out Lettie m
Uirough doing It, can t your -
"Kprva vnn rlptit to mirror a little."
he cackled. "Mebbe itll learn yo
better next time."
; "Shut up r stormed Lettle. "I yon
don't shut" She stopped. She had
recalled something that made It Im-
nossihle to go oh. "Excuse me." she
I ..., nA.) .if At nn AntT.rratncint-'
uuervu, i Bui uu r4ian,ciucui
m t- 1 I & A n m rA In.
IIBCK iur lljrius, one vu"ta iuiu
the kitchen, whence presently Issued
U11UI1CU av"IUB a va u iwui-wiu tu .-
distance. When Lettle reappeared,
she, was : holding her right arm as
though It ached, and her Hps were
drawn Into a firm una that rainy
pressed out their color. ' f
'Now. . Mr. Wopple," she said.
squeezing out the words as If aha
hated every one of them. "I an apol
ogize" she breathed more ; freely
"for ev'rytwng i aona ana saia tnis
afternoon. Will yov please to over
"It's your Idea,. then, to put
all human nuisances Into reform
.schooler ,' "-Si- . :' '(
(TO BB CONTINUED.)
It la estimated that mankind at
large consumes In the neighborhood ti
23,000,000 tons of meat real, ,
PAGE III E
NOTED" SCHOLAR MAKES AD
DRESS AT STATE COLLEGE .
124 GET THEIR
Relatives of , the Graduates were
Present In Large Numbers for
. ncropnflhoro. Commencement exep
clses at North Carolina College for
Women came to a close with the de
livery of diplomas to a class of 124,
the largest class that the college has
rer turned out. . '
The award or degrees was preceaea
by an address by Sir Israel GoUanei,
of London, Englasyd, and, followed by
exchange of caps and gowns on tne
Relatives of the graduates were
or esent In large numbers for tbe ex
ercises as were many other persons,
eager to see the ceremony, a Beauti
Sir Israel caught his audience at
the start with a happy reference to
Dr. Walter Hines Page, telling of his
work for amity among the English
speaking people of the world while
ambassador at the Court of St. ,Tvn'.
The audience, ayery seat occupied,
every Inch of standing room and halls
and corridors filled, clapped when the
dlstingulshd Englishman told of the
work of Dr. Page abroad.
"What a man he was," he exclaim
ed. . , -
The speaker chose Shakespeare as
his theme, more eaceplally the first
folio, how It was collected and pre
served for the world, now celebrating
the tercentenary of the compilation,
but before he got Into hla subject
well he called attention to the way
that England and the United State
fought together for "liberty, human
ly, Justice and tolerance," and ex
pressed the wish that they be com
rades in peace for common ideals.
He, applied Shakespeare's concep
tion of woman as "The Greatest Sex"
as "Stilling Rude Will," aa making
the worl dlivable, paying the tribute
to woman. He showed the gamut run
by the great playwright, as applicable
to all mankind. His address was an
especially scholarly effort.
Memorial For Wayne Soldiers.
Goldsboro. Plans are again being
unshed for the construction of a Me-
Wayne county court house on Walnut
Birm. was puiuuaoeu ddiciw j u
ago, at which time it was planned to
street, was purchased several years
build a beautiful structure costing in
the neighborhood of $100,000.
It is now planned to construct a
more modest building to house the
activities of the Community Service,
Boys' Work group. Charity organiza
tion Society, Red Cross and the
American Legion, all ofv which organ
izations are doing splendid work for
the betterment of the community.
Re-elected Head Warehouses.
nreensboro. John W. King, of this
city, prominent In Cooperative i Mar
keting Tobacco Association circles,
was reelected president of the Cen
tral Carolina Warehoushif Corpora
tion of the North Carolina Coopera
tive Tobacco Marketing Association
in North Carolina for the central part
of the State embracing 27 counles.
T. C. Watklns, of Richmond, Va., waa
re-elected general manager of the
warehouses In the district.
. Shipment of Co-Operatlve Cotton.
Goldsboro. Thomas H. Norwood,
president of the Wayne Bonded Ware
house, announced that eight carloads
containing over 1,600 bales of cotton
have been loaded at the local ware
house and shipped to Charleston. S.
C, for the North Carolina .Cotton
Growers Co-operative Association.
Thla la the second .big shloment
- "r V " - ' .
It was compressed and shipped to
Dispense of Welfare Office.
New Bern. Craven commissioners
voted to discontinue the . office of
inperintenueuc ui puunu wou.io
A . . . 1 . I . . .mam.
superintendent of public welfare
BniCn UBS DBeU BlUCe) 1 la t loa
uon Dy Mrs. Leah Jones Stevens, and
Chairman A. Kafer stated ..that It
would save the county $3,500 annually
while the work which has been done
by Mrs. Stevens will be' distributed in
I way that will not affect its effec
tiveness, '--.h: )
: Convict Foreman Will Resign.
Greensboro. Martin Burrus, sup
jriatendent of the Guilford o county
jonvlct camp, against whom O. W.
Sangestad, "gentleman hobo" of Oma-
ia, Neb., made charges of cruelty, it
a atnnr by the report of the Guilford
jountyjeelfare board on prison condi
tions knd by the attiude oi prisoners
hat he will resien. Hla resignation
will be handed in as soon as Cape.
f. Giles Foushee, county cotumissiOB
jr who has direct charge of the con
fict system, recovers from Illness.