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CHAPTER XI CONTINUED
(From Last Saturday)
She v.-nll.eiTuft to obtain a nearer
tlevv of tho "iterations. The sallon
hud already shut In u large portion of
the promenade lift U with canvas, ntid
she notkvil tlml loopholes weft pro-
lili-il every ten feet or so to penult tlio
otTecthe use of tbo defenders' firearms.
Thus nt each step Btie was reinludod
of the' precarious bold she bad'on Hip,
anil slie us positively frightened
when some mad Impulse surged
tbrougb ber whole being, bidding her
Imperiously to n ban Jon ber ultra con
scientious loyalty to a woman sbe bad
never seen. Why vlrucgle against cir
cumstance? If deatb were so near,
vthat did sbo gain by prudery)
l'or an Instant she stood agbast at
tbe rex elation which bad coma to her.
She was In lore with Courtcuay. She
nus ready to die by bis side, fearless
and joyous, If ouly bo would put his
arms around her and tell her that sbo
na dear to him. Ah, the flerco delight
of that first silent surrender! Her
heart beat as it bud never pulsed be
fore, ex en under tba stress of tbe
storm or tho sudden terror of the
night attack. Her eyes shone, and her
breath caiuo laboriously between parted
lips. Golden dreams coursed tbrougb
Her brain. Sbo was thrilled with an
jnuttcrnblo longing. , .
'1'hcn ber swimming eyesjrested on 'a
,-roup of men standing on tbe poop.
Itnoug them was Chrlstobal, interest
d, llko tho rest. In tba floating of the
mine. And forthwith Elsie fell from
tho clouds and was brought back,
shuddering, to cold reason again. Sbe
as sick at heart. She bated herself
or her self abasement She must gird
tier with sackcloth and mourn, and
ho fight must bo fought 'now without
jorloy or hesitation unless the sweet-
less were to go forth from llfo forever
ind all things turn to ashes In her
So, marshaling the best; qualities of
er woinautiood, she quelled the tur
moil lu ber breast, forced herself to
nlii iUn until nn fhn nfrnr ftafle'arid
aid when the smlllug Spaniard turned
o recelvo her:
"Where do they mean to put th mo
nd contrivance?" '
"About there," be said. Indicating a
tolnt on tbe surface of the boy east-
vnrd of tbe cauoo. Ills right arm war
ztcuded, and bo placed bis left band
n her shoulder. CoUrtcnay," baltlu
.Vnlkcr, saw the two leaning over the
-alls lu that attitude, Perhaps oae of
'io two hoped that Courtcnay would
them. Elsie, as part of her pan
ibment, did not shrink away, though
lie touch of Chrlstobal's hand made
.er flesh creep. But Joey, whoso mind
a'bs slugtilnrly free from complexities,
eaped up at her. He wanted Elsie to
ell him what Courtcnay was doing
ut there, so far away from tbe ship
he stooped and picked him up. Chris
obal had no oxcuso for a second erf
ess. "Hark, Joey," she whispered, "bark
ud call your master. If anything bap
urns to hlin, you aud I shall never see
ngland again. And I am' longing for
or Christmas J
wni work In plenty for nil hinds
Waller" was re-enful-ccil by trio ol
firemen wbose technical knowledge
illghlTnft'lt'ttnii, proved useful when
he began to lit und t-onueit the ills
abled niaehhiery. for the rest, the
pruruennde deck 'wnH walled wltlr
strung canvas, while Courteiuy nni!
Tolleiunche gate undlvlili'it nllciilloi
Io the fashioning nf Heterul other float
lag Ixmibj which could be explodei
l.-om the ship. They also proildci'
flexible steam plpc lu placet where i
rush might lie made If the Inilhiuionci
secured n footing on tbe deck, fore o
aft. Steam nns kept up inuxtiintly 1:
the donkey boiler not alone for th'
electric light and the dally working 01
the pumps, us the Kansas hud no
blundered tiler the shnul nlthoii
straining some of ber plates, but fo
use ngnlnit the naked bodies of tbel
When day followed day wlt'iout nn;
slgu of hostility not n tnnu on boart!
tare Sunrez and Tulleuiaihe pah
much nn I heed tu the shoreward eill
Walker, with his bummers und cold
chisels, screw Jacks nud w rvnihes. wui
the center of luterest Anil Wulkcr'i
swarthy visage wore a perm meiit grlti
which presaged well for tho fulllllineir
of his promise.
Elsie devoted herself to tbe hospital
She wus thus' brought more tu loutuc
with Curlstobal than with any of tin
others. Nor did he make this close at
qunlntnuce Irksome tci her. Alwnyi
iuae nud charming In maimer. In
iexerted himself to be eiitertalulnp
Though she knew full welt tint If tin
Kansas reached the open Ken ngnli
io would usk her to marry hlui. h
vns evidently content to deny hlmscl
(he privileges of courtship until n prop
-r time aud seasou.
She was far too wise to appear b
n old Coin t.'ii.iy. Indeed, she wus Mo
llously ngreeahle to him when the;
met She adopted tbe safe role o
;ooj fellowship, fluttering ht-rcclf tin
Wown folly would shrink to notliln;
less under the hourly castlg.itlon thti
, ufllcted. '
After the midday meul o-i Christina
fay a sumptuous rcpuxt. for the il
irepnrutlon of which Elsie hud com
to the C'lillenn cook's nssLstiucc In th
matter of the plum puddlng-Suure-suddenly
reported that u new coluui.
of smoke was rlslnj, from Uuuuavi
hill, n crag dominating the e.ister
tide of the bay. lie w ns unable to'at
trlbu'te'nny "special slgnlflcuncc'to' ttii
signal ou thut particular place. Dur
lag bis Ave years with the Alaculo
tribe he bad ueier secu a Are llgbtei
there .before. That Ip Itself was a fur
sinister und alarming.
Suurcz had HUfllcleut tact not to tnabi
this statement publicly. lie told Chrlr
tOjbal, and the doctor passed ou the lu
formation to the cnjutuln. Ilotli. mei
went' to the poop with their glasses ail''
arcfully examined the coast line.
Courtcpay was the II rat to break ai
jppresslve silence, and his low pltchet
voice arinoiuiii'd stirring tidings.
"Do'jou see those cunoes yonderr
he said. "There were three under th
Tecs before Suarez discovered th
imoke on Guunuco. Now I fancy
in make out nearly a doz I. Thnug
rhey ure not launched, they have bee
Weekly BuJIetin $1 Per Year
IIIHSTMAS day arrived and
maintained Its' kindly repute
by finding affairs on board the
Kansas changed for the better
dr. Ilojlo was so far recovered that
io could walk. He even took command
if two watches In the twenty-foqr
mi's, but was forbidden to exert him-
elf jest tbe wound In his back shoujd
,1'open. Several Injured sailors and Are
,icn wcro convalescent. Tbe two most
erious cases were out of danger
rascuelo, hardy as a weed, dared tbe
isk of using his damaged leg and siir-
Ivcd. though his progress along th,e
ck waa painful. Nevertheless V
hrlstmas morning he presented byn
elf before the captain and asked leave
o abandon his present quarters. lie
t-lt lonely In the forecastle and wish-
d to berth with the other Chileans In
'ie neighborhood of tbe salon. Al-
uough his luck was bad in somo re
jects, tbe coal trimmer was endowod
iltu tho nine lives of a cat, for there
uUl be no manner of doubt, that lie
ragged ' himself aft Just In t,lme ,to
joiu ueinc inuea. , ,,
Yet never was '.day less .ominous (n
ipcnrancc. The breezy, sunlit morn
hg brought no hint of coming tragedy.
bo lino weather which had prevailed
luce tho Kansas drifted Into the cstu
ry seemed to become more settled as
he mouth wore. Suarez said it was
But the miner from Argentina never
vavered In, bis belief that tbe Indians
vould soon muster every adult for an
issanlt on the ship. Tbe elements
night water, but not the hato of tbe
uvage. lrora;tho. rising of tbe sun to
bb going down thereof Suarez was
iver on tbenlert,
Every other person on tho Bhlp held the
pinion that the Alaculofs would attack
y night if they were not afruld to at
binpt the enterprise at all. So Suarez
lept soundly while bis companions
ivcro on tho qui vlve for u call to repel
warders. Wcro It not for the strain
nduccd by tho silent. menace, of their
avago neighbors, the small company
mfforod no ill from tbelr prolonged
tay In this geacef ulBDCJioraESL ,Tlt
'ut there for some purpose. Wouh
roil mind golug forward und uskln
vlr. Uoyle to suiumou nil bunds 01
lock? He kuav-s exm-tly what to di
Uemeiubcr that I regard joiTand Mis
Maxwell us nnmombutniits and ex pec
you IkjIi to remain lu the salon. I
these painted dvi lis really ineun to al
tack. Bome'of us will get hurt, and the
vbiir Services w III be of' greater valui
than lu the Ughtlug'llne. 'Arid If I ib
dot see Miss Maxwell before the trou
ble begins please tell ber she need feat
no alarm. We shall be able tobeat o0
olir'nssallnnts wUh'conip'arattve ease.'
When the captain of tbe Kansas
spoke like that, there was no gainsay
Inc btm. Even Cbrlstobnl, whose Jeal
ous suspicions were ever 'ready to burst
Into flame, was routed to enthusiasm
by bis cool gallantry.
But ere the Spaniard turned to go a
disturbing thought forced Its way to
",We .nave every confidence ljp yon."
h,o said, "and I admit that it should be
a slmplo matter to prevqnt tbo savages
from gaining tbe upper banij. vet ac
cldents happen. Suppose they manage
to rush your defense)"
"Tb'cy,wUI .not do that, while I and
every other nian on deck Is alive. II
tho worst cqtnes to -the j-wotat, , yon
ba)o a revolver"- ,,,,,
"Yes." snM Clirlsfnhil "' ' l
"It III suffice for two but not fori
ue ,iwp Pou, united vj iub verj
bopd 'which tb'roa'te'ned .to brlng.tbem
imp anugoptam. looked tpto K.cu,i$!
Vttjif you'r'lai't WoaFjAKh
"X feel suro that you are right Good
They abopk .bunds. T,h.eyi wpro, ear
er;o real .friendship tbeu t pun' either' of
them,.tbQUjEtit, possible, and, jthe o,id
Wb,lch held them ' was luytr the
CourtcuKy. pslng his giqses'agaln.
saw that a number of Indians were
launching tho canoes .simultaneously
Ho counted nmo small" craft, .each
holding Ave or six rri'cn or men and
women. At the, distance, nearly -three
miles, he could not bo certain whether,
or not they nil wore tbo dtstlngulshlpg
headdress of feathers. Against wind
aud current they-could not possibly
reach -the ship under half an hour, and
the smallncss of tbo fleet surprised
blm. ' ' i
., The news that the Indians were"" ad
viinclng ra'n through the ship llko wild
fire. Including Mr. Uoyle, Frascuctn
amtMhose umong the Chileans wboi'
wouuds were not serious, there were
fourteen men avallnble for tho de
fcuso. Unfortunately the supply ol
firearms was Inadequate. A shotgun
and' Ave revolvers constituted tho ar
mory, und one of tho pistols was lu
Chrlstobal's pocket- The supply o!
iiiitm'tmltlonArts so small that the re
vohers could not be rcloiiiled more
than three times, but Courtcnay hail
200 shot cartridges, nnd .against nakei.
men" nn ounce of shot Is far more cf
fectlvo than a bullet
The captain hoped to terrify tbe In
dluns before' they attempted to scale
the ship's sides. If various ruses fall
ed and the attack was pressed, be had
decided nbt to split up his small force
In the effort to repel boarders. A scat
tered resistance would surely break
down at one point or another; then
would be u rush of sat ages along the
decks, n panic among tbo Chileans, ami
alt would be ended. On tbe other band
when lighting collectively under Euro
penn leadership and well awnrc thai
tho Indians would kill and spare not.
the half breeds might bo trusted to ac
quit themselves llko men.
The cantos nwnlng constituted n
flimsy citadel lu tbe center of the ves
sel. Sli men were stationed on the
starboard side of the promenade deck
and six on the port side. Tollemaclu
and a Chilean who sold be could shoot
well were told to frustrate any at
tempt to climb tho after part of the
ship, while Courteuay, with his fowl
ing piece, would have the lion's share
of this' work from the spar deck, us be
undertook to keep the rails clear for
ward nud help the revolver practice If
necessary. With him was Suarez, who
kuetv what tvas expected of blm, so
tbe lauguugo difficulty offered no np
parent hindrance once the fight began
Dually, If the Indians made good their
footing, tho defenders were to rally to
ward the salon companion, where
team Jets were ready to spurt with
erlng blasts nloug the corridors
It was u good plan und might bate
kept at buy mi enemy of higher vuloi
than tbe Alaculofs. provided they were
tot nnniil 'u Ith rifles. Against mod
ru weapons of long range notblnr
ould be done. If Suarez did dot ex.12
terate. therein lay the real duuger I
,'ourtenuy wished to make sun- ut the
mtset of the number' of gnus curried
ty the satugos. It was ulso Important
o know whether their marksmen wen
llstrlhuted 'or crowded together In out
r two canoes. If the latter, he would
he those warriors bis sieelal nttcn
His binocular glasses wcro uotstron;
uough, so be walked back toward tin
chart house tu procure 11 telescope
Catching Joey uuder his left arm, be
climbed the short bidder leading tr
the spur deck and pulled It up aftc:
him, the bolts Inning been nlrcndy re
liovod to permit of that bolug done
n'olker was screwing tight the doo'
of the engine room lu order to sufe
guard the fireman In attendance on tbe
donkey bollor. Now thut tbo screw
driving was actually In operation I'
very unpleasantly reminded Courtena;
of tho fastening of u coflln lid. Nci
ther Walker nor the man Jtisldo could
guess tho growsomo notion which held
the captain In Its chilly grip for nn In
stant Indeed, tho cngluecr looked up
tltb a grin.
, "I suppose It's twue, sir, tho w
golu' to be a UghtV" bo usked.
"There's a fair chance of one, Wal
Walker winked suggestively.
"That chap inside thinks he's out ol
It," lie ald, "so that'll ull wight." Al.
iuci'gctlc turu or tue screw urn er sigin
led that the man from Newcastle belt
'.lie opposite t'lew. Much as be lotei)
'lis engines, he preferred to be on dccl
When the trouble inme.
It happcucd thut during this slight
delay Courteuay glanced ut the tiorth
ern headland, which Elslo had Christ
cued Cfipe Templar owing to the some
what remarkable profile of a knight tr
armor offered by Its seaward crag?
I'o'sslbly'bad be gono straight to the
chart hooso' ho might not hato noticed
a signal Are which was In full blast
on'tbe summit of the cliff. 'It hud not
been many mtnutos In existence, and
it struck him ut once that it wps a te
hide of communication between tin
savages In the. upproachlng canoes and
qthors, yet Invisible, who wcro expect
ed.to share In the attack.
He nas nutck to ocrcelvo liow scrl
oti.il tills n.'W peril affected bis calcu
latlous. Ily the time tho ntno ennoer
he hud comitc were alongside tho ship
thcie might he dorens of others rend)
fo help them. He leaned over the rail
'Q) you test those flexible pipes thlf
Jnornlng?" be Inquired.
"Vet, sir, they aw In flno condition,"
"Try them again, will you? I waul
to make sure. Out lives may depend
M.thetu very soon."
(Continued Next Saturday)
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