A Military Bicycle Corps' Outing
A Pilot's Story
Fighting The Elements
His Wheel Saved His Life
Two Brave Men
Great Men's Sons
The Pudding StickOn Board The Ark
The Camera Club
son fellow in town to-day--the one that smashed your canoe."
"You did?" said Neal, glancing up from his book, while Cynthia gave an exclamation of disgust.
"Yes," said Jack, "and he said the Morgans had asked him out here for the holidays, so I guess we are in for another dose. It strikes me they must be pretty hard up for company to want him."
Neal said nothing. Edith looked up from her work and watched him sharply, but his face told little.
"Hateful thing!" exclaimed Cynthia. "I would like to pack my trunk and take a train out of Brenton as he comes in on another."
"I can't see why you all dislike him so," observed Edith. "You detest him, don't you, Neal?"
"Oh, Edith, do hush!" cried Cynthia. "Yes, of course he does; he's hateful." But Neal still said nothing, and Edith got no satisfaction.
Christmas Eve closed in early. At about four o'clock it began to snow, and the wind blew great drifts against the side of the house. Every one said it was going to be an o