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CHAPTER XI CONTINUED
(From Last Saturday)
fie saw &iiiii7 mitihlLiTtli ouconi
liu iiiiih ll iridiiih mi Hit- shoulder
be (iillnl It i iinnr nlti'iitliiii to the
Hiiiukc td.'inl mi l'un' Templar. A
Milulili- mill pci.'irvld explanation In
KpmUli vvn iikHck Here iimxe the
unforeseen need of nti Interpreter.
Without troubling to analyze Ills feel
ing Cotirtriiuj- win glad of the excuse
tvhlch presented Itself of obtaining a
momentary glimpse of Elsie,
uriiiB me nenoritn. ne aiu. nuu
Elsie, nomlprlnc why she had been I
summoned fryuk the salon, ran up .the
bridge companion. Iter face was
nelr with pxcllcment. her heart going
pitapat. SI'c hoped tint Courtenay
meant to keep her near him dnrlne the j
fight. She almost doubted CbrUtobnl'a
statcn.pnt that he captain bad slvcu
ipeelllr orders that she urns trt remain '
In the snlnu. tt was one tliliiR that
he should wish to nold him. but yrhj
rboutd be Ni to aold her
The Joy In ber ejes died an ay when
he found that the cnptnln" merely re
quired a trumlator. The restraint sbe
lie taught lur hand and looked into htr
Imposed on herself made her toncuo
trip. Sbe bad to ask Suarez to repeat
bis statement twice before tbe was
able to put It Into English.
"He say that tbo Indians ouly kin
dje a Dro on tbat olnt when they
want tbo signal to be seen from tbe
sea." she explained at last "They
used It onco to his knowledge when
soma of tbom had gone to tbo Island
out tbcro to kill deals, tie cannot guess
what it portends today, but be Is quit
turo tbat tbey buvc inauy tnoro canoes
nt command than those which you now
see up tbe bay."
Courtpnay tould not fall to nottc
ber ngltatlon. Ills quick Intent was to
"I am afraid my sending for jou In
such a hurry rutber alarmed you. 'Sua
rez strikes me as a pcraou of nerves.
He overrates tbe enemy. Miss Uas
well. I think ou know me welt
ouougb to !clloe tbat I ywould not
mislead you, and I am quItoMn earnest
when I tell you tbat we shall 'drlri off
thpse unfortunate' wrefebes with com
fmratlin cafe.' Why, 1'bad it' In my
heart to pity them a moment ago."
She was glad bo. misunderstood the
cause of ber pgltatlou.
"Sunicz Is certainly ratbor dramatic,"
she said, smiling wistfully. "I ought
to time discounted bis Spanish mods
of address. But Is It really necessary
that I. should remain bolowj"
"It It. If shots are flrod or stouef
tlung nt us, tbe chart bouse will prob
ably bo bit Ab. yes, I am sure yon
would risk that and more, but we may
sustain casualties, and Chrlstobal ought
o iiuve ueip. iou see, i am asituig
ou to net tbe brat er part" ,
lie caught ber band and looked Into
her eyes. There, are so many messages
I It fa LTJ 1
mat can ve given in mat sieoi ian- ly'uearcr, aud bullets began to strlM
guagc. Tor a blissful' moment Elsla the sblp frequently. Po gjaqcd off
forgot tbe other woman. Not until sn fl davit and shattered fi couple of win-
had left tlio bridge did she realize that dows In the chart house. This tncl
Courteuay, too. must bav been squsj- dent aroussd ayen" greater enthusiasm
ly forgetfal And tbat was very, is- than' the fln't b,low 'of tbo 'attack,
tietslug both for bar and the s there,, vas'reucVpl activity ampng
known. But here she was face to fsc
with him aud In such close proximity
that she was unaccountably timid.
4-Wblle her heart leaped In tumult sbe
forced her lips to answer ,
"i'ou are right You are always
right I was selflsb lu thinking that
Tbere- was a pitiful quherlng In tbe
corners of ber mouth. Courteuay felt
ber band tremble.
"He a bravo girl, Elsie," bo murmur
ed. "You must go now. Uaeuofcar.
We are In God's care. May bis angels
watch over your'
-nut you-you will not risk ycr life
vvuuis an woooiimijuiingiiappeu.
EDWARD J. CLODB
'Mie wos strung to that tenpe pitch
when utigu.irdcd "speech liubbls fdrtb
the hoiiI'm secret. All she kuevv mm
that Courteuay was looking nt her an u
man looks nt tlu wonut'u he loves Nel
tber of them piijd lici'l to thi1 presence
pf Suiui'Z. far un liirtuut they hnd ii
gllmpte of licjven. lint the curlousl;
burst) volie'iil1 I lie Hpnnbili mint r fell
on their eir. ii tul the tame liuL tp
earth with n kiuUIpii drop
"1 lie i'eatheicd I'eople nrp Kinging
their war ill int. he mild mid III gej
, .,. ,.. -i ,i,.., . n.,
TlleJ. RlirtMl u,mrt lllld , ,.,
,p aImle .,, uwlUHr ,. ,
crm,nlleJ t.k.lt..ta it,,. ( on liN hue
nml ;,clldisi nignty nuwl In the
UoIup( , ,)ll;n ,Tut. Ur ro
ctnm.j ,,,., ,. ,, ,. ,,,,,
sh(. ,,,, ,lUl.l.w ,,. IMMnis of ,
luner-H'tr,. ,er.Siti Courtem trlel
"Tiey n III be slnsliig a dirge next."
said lip, ultli ii Jut nly' ,C(iutliionc
"SaVf Elsje, n!T nllb oi! IW sure I
hall come mid tilliou when jotl may
apin'tir on de.k."
Slip hilrrled nnaV. She recked
ntught of the Alaiulof clullcue
Thutigti the mucous notes of the tune
les lay contil lip beard pliilnlj euoueli.
tbey, did not reiuji ber earn. When she
raced down tbe x.ilni cuinijiulou she
found Cbrtobnl liendlng oer the
small case of Initmiiirnls br nlways
tarried Up Ktniibtened himself lu his
pe uIHrlj" Htlff ny.
"What did the captain want" he
asked, nltb u simjili Imn peeTlabneu
wlilcb for otue' detracted from hl
habitual rourten. The note of dis
trust Jarred Elsie buck' Into he. t-nei
"lie wished me to tmmtliitp Senor
Su'treVs expHnitlou of nnutbir smoke
klgnl." she uuiwervd.
"lie told jou hltiiKcJf, I suppose, that
he lulled ) nil toKtny here."
"He did more He drove mi away."
"Against your will?"
"No Am I not one of the nhlp'i om.
panj? Is he nut the centurion) He
ajs to t lit- woman. 'Oii'nnd she go
eth. ror doe sbe Ftand upnii tbe order
; of her going. Ob. plone dou t look at
j me as If I were trucked! 'Surely one
may mingle thp DIM and Sbakcupcare
In an emcrgeuo."
"One may also tear Uncp sheets luto
strips." suld ChrUtolm . grately. EI
sle's qup hid caved tbe xltuutliri. II
attributed her fluabed clievks find epnr-
kiiii eyes 10 lue leter oi iiie iure.it
cned fight. She applied bervvlf eager
ly to the task. Alitady the fume and
agony 'of atn regrvt1 here strtilng to
conquer the ovstasy which bad floodei
ber whole being. '
L'ourtenay meanwhile was examin
ing the advaialng flotilla. Ills tirain
was connlug each detail of the Alacutof
array, but his heart was whispering
"lu another moment you nquld bnre
klsfcd her and told ber jou loved her
Vou know jou would, so don't deny It
Ah. kissed ber and held her to your
So Kuarez spoiled a pretty bit of ro
mance lij bN fuUIIng agitation over
some bawl of saiuge frenz, for Cour
tonay of course would have laughed
away tbe girl's protests tbat sbo was;
usurping another woman's place. '
'if the confident demeanor of tbe pad;
dllug warriors lu tbe canoes Were dus;
lined to be JustlOal, the Kansas was
In a parlous state, tier ost bluk and
sheer walls of steel did not daunt
them. They tajhe on steadily ngulnstt
the rapid currcjit and spread qui isto
a ii-etceiit when within a few hiuidrcj
yards of the itilp. Then threp men,
cfoucblLg In tbe bims of different ca
noes, produced rifles hitherto luxlslbl
and began to shoot Tbe'bulleU'rlco
tbctted acioss the ripples, and Coqr
tenay saw that the savages did not un
dersta'ndtbe slgbtlug nppllances. Tbey
were aiming point blank at tqv tcs
sel lu so far as they could .be said to
aim at ,au) thing, and the low trpjec
tory caused tbe first straight abot.to
rebojind from the surface of theswaUr
b. aiall, a ! aMMBl.lnai S4.. amJI
and strike a plats amidships. ',TheJou$
elong of tbe ineUf wss balled by tfep
Alaculofs ' with shouts of delight
Tbe long rango firing was kept tip
for "several minutes.' much to Courfs-
uay's relief, as Suarss was certain
that tbs ludlana' stock of cartridges
did not amount to more than 400 at
tb utmost Tb canoe crept gradual-
1 the paddle wleldcrs. Two Canoes wars
Q-ot flf, - rrotu ,,( .
i.' ,, ,;. raj, -ZL.
ly floating mine. Courtenay 'ejus-
lnuuccd to baul In- tbe slack of one
among tbe bslf dozon thin Cords, tto
turned to , tell Suarex to be ready far
the duty which had been Intrusted t
nlm yvbeu bl glauce happened to trav
el toward tbe mouth of tbo, bay. '
Tbcu bo'loarocd the shjqlflcanca of
Ibat column of smoke on tbe uortherti
point "A deot of at least forty canoes
was advancing on tbe sblp from the
ten. Tide uud padifles were swinging
.ue gma, craft pBJr , ipanklnf
pace, tbey were already much near-
J r ,(.., ,. (h , . ,,..h
,mian, ho had iery cleterly oor
trli'od tv culls t tbe sttonttoD of tbs a
fendcrs while tbe real attack was de
veloping without let or uinurance. ii
was a smart ruse wottby of a race of
higher attainments than the tribe
which Is ranted lowest lu tbe human
scale. 1 he newcomers abstained from
firing or stone slinging. They were
gathering with tne speed ami suenc
Ino mines protected tbe front of the
Kansas, nud several canoes had passed
thorn. Indeed, Courteuay soon found
that some of the assailants were al
icitdy screened by the ship's bows, but
the larger number were clustered
thickly round Tollemacbe'a Infernal
machines. It was well that a coot
bended sailor was called on to deal
jvlth this emergency. Tbe captain of
the Kansas even smiled as he apprei
elated the full meaning of tbe trick
wblcb his adversaries bad tried to play
on hlnj, njid the man who'stnllcs In tbo
face of danger Is ono to be depended
on ' J
The six cords were numbered. He
dropped No. 2. whlib he was holding,
and seized Kos 'i and o. He drrlv
them In. hand oier band, ns rapidly ru
possible, but was careful not to sncrlfiu'
a smooth tension to undue hurry. In
few seconds two deafening report
split the air. the glass front of tlii
chart house shook, pieces of tbe broken
panes rattled on, tbo floor, several
scraps of Iron, bolts, nuts nnd beavy
nails fell off tbe decks nnd hatches.
anJ n tremendous hubbub1 of yells
canio from the main body of Indians.
A couple of 'heavily charged dypanilte
bombs bad burst lu tbelrr midst, deal
ing death nnd destruction o)er a wldo
area. Several canoes near tlio float
ing platforms were torn asunder nnd
sank, while men were killed or wound
ed out of all proportion to tbe number
of craft disabled.
Courtcnay at once picked up tb gov
erning tord of tbe mine which be was
nlniiir to fire In tbe Orst Instance. Ifs
felt that the Alaculof flotilla would act
Jn future ou the "once bitten twice
sby", prluclple where' those Innocent
looking little poles snowed abbre sea
level, and be must strike jHefce blows
while 'the opportunity served. ' Tb
nine canoes on the south were not clus
tered around the bomb In the asm
maimer as "the others, but tbey were
ucar enough to sustain henry loss, and
their frightened crews bad ceased to
ply tbelr paddles, so he llred that shell
also and bud tbe satisfaction of seeing
two more of tbe frail craft cnpMze.
He beard tbe crash of bullets ugatnst
the ship's sides! A volley of stones
smashed several more panes of stout
glass, many arrows were Imbedded In
the woodwork, but 'he calmly pulled an
other card and blew a single oud blast
ou the siren. That was the agreed sig
nal to wnrn those below that' tbey
must expect to be attacked from, tbe
fore part of tbe vessel, nts' sbotguu
was lying on the table. He took It up
abd faced forward again. Several
canoes were acurrjlng past aud away
from the ship as fast as tbe current
and many arms could prowl tbem.
He flreJ ImMi tmrrejs at those within
range on 'the port side, tie reloaded,
and the sharp snapping Of revolver
shots told( him that Tollemacbe and
the Chjleau were busy.
''But the' Inilfahs wore demoralised by
the complete failure of their scheme
They bad 'ceased firing and stone sling
ing; they were flying for their lives.
Courtcniy wheeled round on Suarex.
"Now I" be cried, pointing to a speak
ing trumpet. Suarez ran out on deck,
put tbo megaphone to bis mouth and
roared after the dlscotnfl'.ed enotny a
threat of worse things lu store If.Jucy
dared to cmnu near the sblp again. As
he used tbe Alaiulof language, ,the
sounds , he uttcred'werc the most ex
traordinary that Courtenay had sver
beard from a human throat a com
pound of h'oansc, guttural vowels and
consonants ending In s7 series of 'clicks
and tbe'stcntorlan power of bis lungs
must have amazed tbe Indians.
Courtenay saw that tbe two fleets
wero combining forces aboift COO yards
to tbe westward. Tbey were close In
shore, but none of the savages landed,
nor did they head for tbe more remote
Otter creek. As be was anxious to
keep tbem on the run. be resolved to
try the siren again. He Judged right
ly, as tt transpired, that tbey would,
fear the bellow of tbe fog ;'horn area
more tbnn tbe flying missiles which
hsd dealt death and serious wounds so
lavishly. ' ' '
He knew jqflklcnt Spanish, eked out
by signs, to bid 8u.uresfiiold tho'slreu
cord taut for a inltlute.v While tbe
Kansas wa still truojpftlug forth ber
loud blare of 'defiance be ran down tb
bridge companion. Mr. Uoyle and. the
ttny garrison of tbe port promenade
deck received blni jubilantly. Tbey
bad escaped 'wltbouf,a bruise aid ow;
lug to tbelr position wereab'le to wit
ness tbe Indians' retreat ' ' "'
I ,'Ue .raced across 'to "starboard and
luuuu iiiai oy uuioriunsionnucnsqce
a Chilean fireman In tolleroacbe's dS
tsebmeot 'tiasl been ibdt 'through tb
brain. Tb poor fellow' was p'ro'oe oo
tbe deck. It-vrjspnly- too evident pa.t
doctor's skill could avail .bin naught,
so Tolleiuucbe bad decided, flat his
should not be taken below.1" The-' LieJ
dut marrei) an easily won victory.
Courlonay was assured1 In bis own
mnd that none of tbe men' bad boon
vlajured, seeing tbat be and Buares, who
occupied the most dangerous ppsltlon,
wero untqocbed. J Tbli fatality 'was a
mere blunder 'of fatel anCrU grieved
klui sorely. , '
(Continued Next Saturday) .
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GREAT SEATTLE FAIR WILL
BE 1909 SUMMER CENTER
Representative From Each Island of
Territory Will Be Numbered
Over a score of bright, hustling,
pretty and popular young women hao
entered tho I! ill Ic tin's Alaska-Yu-kon-Paclflc
contest and (hero are sev
ernl hamlets Included In the four dls
trlctc mentioned that are ct to bo
It has only been ono week slnco the
first announcement of the context ap
peared In the I)u 1 1 c 1 1 n and in that
ihort space of time there has been nil
unusual Interest ''shown and that tho
contest will bo a big success, gocit
without savins Tho first announce
menl as to who these popular )ouuk
women are and tbe number of votes
accorded each will appear for tho first
llmo on January 2nd nnd there arc
surprises In store for the readers of
the Bulletin as well as for tho con
testants and their friends.
Some bave already begun o ask for
otes and others are waiting to sec
who their contemporaries are, beforo
they commence their perusal for pog
rlble subscriptions. This Is a bal
Idea, i to wait, until others have gotten
p. start and all should commence at
once to oak tbelr friends to save their
totes. No books wlrrbe Issued to the
contestants until the first announce
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nn even Btart, but it would be a good
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otcB and get their promlso of support
nnd as soon as the subscription blanks
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Vou can call on them and have them
make good tbelr promises.
This contest .Is unlike any contest
the Bulletin has conducted In tbo
past, each of the four districts repre
sented In a 'contest within Itself, and
candidates only havo 'to enmpeto
against tho contestants entered lu
their respective districts and nqt
against tho Territory at large.
The Chapcrone will be chosen by the
contestant receiving the highest Indi
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In which she Is entered and tho win
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lake tho trip at any particular time
end they may' go singly or In groups
and If tbey so desire they "may ex
change the Seattle trip for some other
trip to tbo equivalent of the Seattle
'rip. The trips are also transferable
to any one whom you care to transfer
them to. There is nothing compulsory
about this contest and the young wo
men winning them will be lucky In
deed and will be well paid for their
!cmcmber the Nominating Ballot
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Includes the County
Includes tho County
Tbe flnh trip will bo for tbe
cbajveron, who lll bo chosen by tbe
joung woman securing the highest In
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limitation. " I
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The pung woman who.rccclves rtjo
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The young woman In Dlftrlct No. 2
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Tbe young woman In District No. i
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will receive tbo aame trip as tbe young
women In Districts Nos. 1 and t.
The young woinatl m District Nn 4
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About three yturf ago Mrs. - lUtkts
or lit Klrkhsm street. Oakland. Cal ,
call.il at our omen with slrl thirteen
itsrt aid, the utter k and lliilw.
bit itateJ that sli hud lost a daufhur
through kidney dliiase nnd tn doctors
now. told htr this on was In tha aame
nx and that she could llva but a short
whits. r .
Tha mother was nearly distracted. W
told her that kidney dUeasa was realty
Inflammation of the kldnex and that It
was In fact Incurable under the old dluro
tlca, all of which were kidney excitants,
but that an emollient for kidney Inlam
ination hui! been discovered and that tha
thlld would probably recover. The moth
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We skip three years. r
A few months ago Mrs. ltetkes called
with a beautiful yoUna girl Who waa tha
vers picture of, health. Hli Introduced
tier n tha dying; patient of Hire year
ago, and told us to refer anybody In the
wotld to her. She stated the recovery
waa complete about the eleventh week.
For the only emollient for Intlammatlon
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a ass '-
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