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EVENING DULLET1N. HONOUTfaP. T. H., MONDAY. APRIL- 16, 1909.
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(Synopsis of Previous Chapters.)
CIIAPTHIt 1 John Oalo Is a trader
tit Flambeau, n rough outpost of civil
Izntlnn In Alaska. His daughter Nccln
Is ft beautiful oung girl, generally be
lieved to be a half breed, daughter of
Oalo nnd the Indian squaw Allium.
with whom ho lives. Sonio hidden bur
den weighs continually on the trader's
mind, and ho views with apprehension
tlio nrrtval of n squad of soldiers at
Flambeau. "That means tlio lew," he
sajs uneasily to Novla, who has bo
enmo acquainted with and ndmlred by
Lieutenant Durrcl, commander of tha
eoldters. II It becomes known that
Napoleon Dorct, nn honest, faithful
French Canadian emplojcd by Onle,
Is deeply In lovo with Ncela. Ono
Itnnnlon, a dissolute gambler and "bad
man," arrives at riambenu by stenmcr
and in n fight with Durrcll Is worsted
nnd forced to loavo tho town On the
departing steamer's deck ho menacing
ly sas, "I will return to tako n hand
In tho game." Ill Dorrt gives Necla
a ha-idsomo silk gown brought by him
from Dawson City for her. Arrayed
in tins, sho meots Lieutenant Ilurrell,
who falls madly In lovo with her, nnd
ho wonders If her blood is really taint
ed. Gale rcassei'ts that she Is tlio Il
legitimate daughter of himself nnd tho
squnw. IV Itnnnlon returns with
Den Stark, a professlonil gambler nnd
man killer with plenty of money Stark
builds n saloon nnd dnnco hall n(
Flambeau. "No Creek" I.eo discovers
gold In a valley sonic miles distant,
nnd Necla persuades Durrell to tako
her thuro and locato n claim for her,
their trip requiring n day and n night
In tho forest.
lie quickly rekindled tlio tire, nnd
they made n baity breakfast, lleforo
the w'armth of the rising sun bad pen
etrated the told nlr they had climbed
the rldgo and ohtnltied a wondrous
view of broken country, the hills
nlUht with the morning rays. .the vnl- ,
leys misty and in) st leal,
"I wish Stark was not one of Leo's
party," lie said once, "lie may mis
understand our being together this
"nut when ho learns that we lovo
each other tint will explain every
thing." "I am iiftt so sure. IIo doesn't know
you ns Leo and I'oleou nnd your fa
ther do. I think we had better say
nothing nt nil about you nnd me to
They clung to the divide for sl-vcra!
hours, then descended Into tho bed of
a stream, which they followed until It
Joined a larger one n couple of miles
below, nnd there, sheltered In n grove
of whispering Ors, they found Leu's
cabin nestling In n narrow, forked val
ley. "Thero's no one here," sad Nodi
gleefully. "We've bent them In! Wo'vo
bent them lilt"
They had been walking rapidly since
dawn, nnd, although DurrcH'a vvntch
showed - o'clock, sho refused to hilt
for lunch, declaring tlmt tho others
might nrrlvo at nny moment, so down
they went to tho lower end of "No
Creek" Lee's location, whero Murrcll
blazed a smooth spot on tho down
stream side of n treo nnd wrote there
on at Necla's dictation. When be had
finished sho signed her nntne, nnd In
"Pll (It Jictc Irshlo 7ou for nuhltf," ho
vv Itncsscd It, then pneed off 1 10 steps,
where he squared u spruce tree, which
Lowpr center end .take of No. 1 below
dl.covory. NUCIA OALC, locator.
"Now jou stnko the one below
mine," sho snld. "It's Just as good and
mnjbu better. Nobody cuii tell." Dut
ho shook his head.
"I'm not going to stake nuj thing,"
"You must I" sho cried quickly, tho
sparklo djlng from her ejes. "You
suld jou would, or I never would have'
"I merely snld I would como with
you," hu corrected. "I did not promlso
to tnku up n claim, for 1 dou't think I
ought to do so. If I wcio n alvlllau It
would be different, but this is govern
inunt laud, and 1 nm a part of the gov
ernment, ns It who. Then, too, In nd
dithui to tho question of niy.rljht to
roTT,"ilii I u "fc i.T.3 1)6 Tbu mm..H "ot
making mcmlcs of your people, uhl
'No Creek nnd tho rest, nnd I can't
afford that now."
All argument nnd pleading were In'
vain. He remained obdurate nnd in
sisted on her locntlng,tvvo other clilnn
for herself, one on each of the smaller
creeks where they cnuio together above
"Hut nobody ever stakes mure than
one claim on n gulch," objected the
girl. "It'ii n custom of tho minor."
"Then we'll call each one of these
branches n different nnd scpirato
creek," he said. "The gold was carried
down enu of those smaller streams,
and we won't tnku any chances on
which one It was."
the mauio o- nrx sr.ni;
EFOItE tbo pnity ciinie In sight
the sound of their voices
reached the cabin, and Ilurrell
rose ncnotisly nnd sauntered
to tho door. Uncertain bow this affair
,nllif tnf.nttiillA lift ,-llnQ Ill t-ol llltfc
loolc nt ,lN CI,JmieSi f they should
pro,0 to I)0 ,.), rehiring tho ndvnn-
ffle0 tint goes to n man who stnnds
squarely on both feet Thin he heinl
Leu say: t
"Well, I'll bo d dl Somebody's
hero ahead of us."
"Wo'vo been beaten!" growled Starts
angrily, pushing pnst him and coming
around tbo corner, an ugly look in his
"Good nftcrnoon," Durrell nodded
Io answered hltn unintelligibly.
Stark snld nothing, but Itunnlon'H ex
clamation was pl.iln.
"It's that cursed bluo belly!"
"When did jou get hero?" said Stark
nftcr n pause.
"A few hours ngo."
"How did jou corao?" nskrd Lee.
"Illack Hear creek," sold the soldier
curtly, at which Itutmtoii broko Into
"Hotter hush." Ilurrell admonished
htm. "There's n lady Inside." And nt
t,at nstnnt Necla showed her I'uigli'
Ing faco under his arm. while the
trader uttered her unmc In ntna7e
"Lunch Is rendy," she Bald. "We've
been expecting jou for quite nwblle."
"Da gnr! Dat's funny t'lng for
sure," said Polcon. "Who tol" you
'bout dls strike, eh?"
"Mother. I made her," tho girl nn
"Tn'o off jour packs nhd como In."
Durrell Invited, but Stark strode for
ward. "Hold on n minute. This dou't look
good to inc. You say jour mother told
jou. I supposo you'ro Old Mnn Qalo's
other daughter, ebr
"Wh.it tlmo of day was Jt when you
learned uboiit thlsi'
"Cut that out!" roughly Interjected
(ate. "Do jou think I doublo crossed
Tho other turned upon him.
'It looks tint wny, nnd I Intend to
flsd out. You sild yesterday jou
Uiuln't told nnybody."
"I didn't think nlwut tho wnmnn."
said the trader, n trlllo disconcerted,
whereupon Itnnnlon gave vent to nn
Dut herc'H jour girl nnd this man
Md of us. I suppose there's others
ou tho way too.1
"Nonsensel" Durrell cut In.
"I call It slceck work," chuckled tho
Cauudlan, slipping out of Ids Htr.ips.
"Do nex' tnm I go stnmpcdln' 1 t.ik'
j ou 'long, Necla."
"Me, too," said Leo. "And now I'm
goln' to tear Into some of them beans
I smell n-lillln' In yonder."
Tho others followed, although Stark
nnd Itunnloii looked black and had lit
tle to snj It was uu uncomfortable
meal. Dverj' one was 111 nt ease, (iiile
In particular was quiet nnd uto less
than nny of them. Ills ejes sought
Stark's faco frcquentlj nnd onco the
blood left his cheeks nnd his ejes
blazed as ho observed tho gambler
boldly ejlng Netla.
"You are n mighty good looking girl
for u 'blood,' " remnrked Stark nt hist.
"Thank jou," sho refilled simply, nnd
the Holdlcr'H dislike of the nun crystal
lized Into hate on tlio Instant, There
wns a tone luck of his words that
seemed nlmed nt tho trader, Meade
thought, but Gitle showed no blgu of
It, uu tho meal was Mulshed In silence,
after which tho five belated prospect
un vvuit out to maku their locutions,
for Iho fe.ir of Interruption was upon
them now. "
First they went duvvnstrenm, nnd,
nccoidlug to their agreement, the trad
er slaked (lrst, followed by l'oleon and
Stark, thus throwing Ituiiiilon'H claim
more than u mllo distant from Leo's
discover)'. From here they went up
tho creek to find tho girl's other loca
tions, ono on each branch, at which
Stark snecrlngly rcninrkid that sbo
had pre-empted enough ground for u
full grown white woman.
Itunnlon'H illspleasuie was oven moro
open, nnd ho fell Into foul mouthed
inutterltigs, addressing hlinscir to l'o
leon mid HturU while tho trader wns
out of earshot.
'This affair don't smell right, nnd I
' "HI1 tlll"k lt'R " fn'me-up."
V' fl I I S 1
-Jtnti!" exchluied Dorct.
"Ihe old man sent tbo girl on nhend
of us to blanket all tho good ground.
That's what he did I"
"Walt v.nn inlnnlt," Interrupted Io
Icon, his voice ns soft as a womnu's.
"1 tol' jou dut 1 know nil 'bout dls
Ulack Dear ireck too. Vou 'member,
eh? Waal, inebbo jou fink I'm traitor
too? W'nt? W'y don' you splk out?"
Tho three of them were alone, nnd
only the sound of dale's ax came to
them, but nt tho light In the Cann
dhn's face Itunnloii hastily disclaimed
any such thought on Ills pirt, nnd
Stark Hhruggid bis denial.
There ,urc nun quite devoid of the
nhllltj' to read the human face, nnd
ltuunlon was of this species. More
over, millce wns so bitter in his mouth
tint he nmt h'.ive It out. So when
they pained Jo blnre the next stnko he
addressed himself to Stark loud enough
fur l'oleon to he.ir.
"That lieutenant Is more of a man
th.ui 1 thought lie was."
"IIov.- so?" Inquired the older mnn.
"Well, It takes ijervo to steal n girl
for one night and thin face the fa
ther, but tho old man don't seem to
mind It nny more than she does. 1
guess he knows wh.it it means, all
Stark Inughtd raucously,
"Tint's probably how Gnlc got his
squaw," com hided Itunnloii, with n
si eer. i
It seemid n full minute before tle
Frenchman give sign that ho had
heard, then a strange cry broke from
his throat, and he began to tiemble ns
If with cold. He wns no longer tilt
singer of songs or the manibo wns
forever n lioj-. Tbo mocking anger of
a moment ngo was gone. In Its jilnce
was u consuming fury tlint sucked the
blood from beneath Ids tan, leaving
blm the pallor of nidics, whllo his
month tvv lulled and bis head rolled
sll.h'lj from side to side like n palsied
old nun's. Dut evidently Polcon meant
no vlllenrn. for ho allowed the passion
to run from htm freely until It had
tpuit Its vigor, then snld to Dunnlon:
"Sonicbodj- goln' tile for w'nt jou say
us" now. Mibbe It's goln be y6u,
m'slcu; mebbclt's goln' to be blm. I
can't tell jet, but I'm hopu an' pray
It's goln' lie jou, bleenuso 1 t'lulc w'nt
jou say Is n lie, nn' nobody can splk
dose kin of IIo 'bout Noel i Gale."
IIo went crashing blindly through
the underbrush, his head wagging, his
'boulders slumped loosely forward llko
those of u drunken mnn, his lips fram
ing words they could not understand.
When ho had disappeared Itunnloii
drew u deep breath.
"I guess I've framed something for
Mr. Ilurrell this time."
"You go nbout It queer," said Stark.
I'd rather tackle n gang saw than n
man llko Polcon Doret. Your frame
up maj work double."
Huh! No chince. Tbo soldier was
out all night nlono with that half
breed girl, and anybody can sec she's
cruzy nliont him. What's the answer?"
"Have jou got your ej"c on her too?"
"Sure I Do jou blnmc me?"
"No, but she's too good for you. Dct-
ter stay out," tho gambler advised.
As n matter of fact, I don't like her
father nny better than you llko her
"Well, It's mutual. I can see Oalo
hates you like poison."
"and I don't Intend to sec him and
bis trlljo hog all tlio liest ground here-
'They've already done It. You can't
slop them "
"Yes, I can stop them," said Stark.
"I want tho ground that girl has
staked, and I'm going to get It. It lies
next to Lee's, and It's pure to be rich.
Ours Is so. far nwny It may not be
wcrth the recorder's fcrs. This creek
may be us spotted ns n etneh dog, ho
I don't Intend to take nny dinners."
"fdio made her locations loyally,"
"You leive that to me. When will
ll.c otliir bojs be hero?"
"Joturrrow morning. I told them to
MUW "' four hmtra behind nnd
',ot XVI "' eu "s ' " lmd, Onlshcd.
I IIIJ (I 1 UliJl' it JIM
miles down the
creek in d bo In early."
"iou (ouldn't get but three, eh?"
"Tlmt'H nil I could tlnd who would
ii"r to give up half."
"('in we count on them?"
"Huh!" the other grunted. "They
luituil with me nml Soapy $nilth on
flic hiwny trail." t
"Wood Hie iigulnst three, not count
h'g the girl nnd the lieutenant,'' Stark
Jiu-e-l. "Will, that will do It." 'lie
outlined his plan; then the two re
turned to tho cabin to find Leo .cook
ing i upper
l'oleon hud finished several pipes
aril afur nipper sat In the shidowti In
the open doorvvny apparently tired nnd
dejectid, though his ejen shouo like
diamond) and roved fiom one to the
ether. Hulf unconsciously do heard
St irk raj I igi
"Th'l i girl was about jour size, but
not so dnrk However, yen remlrd me
of lur In ui'iio vvnjs. Tint's why It
puts lier in my uilud, lisupprso. ruio
was nbout jmr nge! ut the tlirie ump
teen." "Oh, I'm nut eighteen jet," Fald No
cta. "Will, she was n fine woman any
how, the best that ever ret foot In
C'huiidoii, in d there was u greit deal
of talk when she chose joung Dennett
our the 'tinj lord mm, for Dennett
had hrc'i running second best fruin
the start, mid everjbody thought It
wns M-'tlkd between her nnd tlio other
one. However, they were married
(To Be Continued)
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