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BVENINO BULLETIN. HONOUTLTJ, V. It., TUESDAY, AMIL 27, 1909.
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te COFYRtaHT..OOe.BY llARPtnfcBROWrW
rciTTrmriou're'brlght,- too,"ihe do-
clarrd. "Tbnt's' What I like In a wo
man-good looks and brains. I believe
In Btrong inrthooV'nnd stralRlit talk,
too none of this serennUIng and moon-
light tuuslffor mc. when I sec, a, girl
I llko I go nnd get her. That's mc. I
make lore llko a man ought to."
The girl laughed derisively In pi
face.' -'. ., .
"'Now,' don't get soro. 'I-nwan btml-
ness. I'm no soft talking southerner
with gold buttons and hlghfalutln
ways. I don't caro If you flro n squaw,
I'll tnke you."
"Don't talk to mcr'.she trltd'ln dis
gust, her volco hot With asganand re
ontment. But ho continued, unheeding: "Now,
cut out these airs and get down to
cosm. I mean what I en jr. I know
you'vo been casting sheep's eyes at Bur
rell,' but. Lord, he wouldn't hnre you,
no matter bowtlch you gotl Of course
rou acted careless jtn going off nlono
With him, but I don't mind what
they're saying around camp, for I've
ran da little slips like that myself, and
wn d get along."
"I'll have you killed!" -sb hissed
through her clinched teeth, whllo her,
whole body Titrated with pnsslon.
"I'll call Poloon and have him shoot
you I" She pointed to the river bink a'
hundred yards awny, where the Cana
dian was busy hsortlng sI.Iiih.
Hut he ohly laughed -nt bcr-show of
temper nnd shrugged hli wbouldew ns
ho answered her-ruttghlyt
"UndftntntHl me, I'm on the square.
So think It over nnd don't go up In tho
nlr llltu a skyrochet."
fiho cried out at him "Go go got"
slid nnnlly ho lnok up hi' bundle, say
lng,ns hr tcipl out nluwly:
"All rlKhtl Hut I'm coming back,
and you'll lmo to lhlen m uie. I don't
raltid being Hilled a squaw man.
Vou're pietty near white, nnd you're
tfnod chough, tot mo. I'll treat you
right. Wliy, I'll om'ii nwrry you If
you're 'dead et on It. fsurol"
Sho could ccnT'ely tireathe, lint
chockril her llril liu'llimtloti tn en 1 1
I'nlron, know lug that It nrrtlrd only n
word from her to eet that nut brown
siiMig') at Uuniilon'H thrmti. Other
thoughts begin to crowd hr hrnlnnnd
lo stifle her. Tho fellow's' words had
stabhod her -consolouBnojis ahd done
something' farther "that gentler. menus
would not hnc accomplished. They
hnd QJHjned .her eyes to n 'thing that
sho had forgotten a hideous thing
that had retired Its fangs once, before
to strike, but that her dreams of hap
pneNn hail drfven out of her l'Aea.
All at ohec Hho saw tho wrong that
liAd been done her and rcullrcd from
this brute'ji Insult that those early
f ears bad lieen well grounded. It sud
denly occurred ito Irfr that In all tho
hours she'-had spent' with her lover.
In all thoce uuspeakably sweet and
Intimate hours, there hnd never boen
one word of.tnarrlngo. llo hid, looked
Into her eyes nnd vowed he couldtnot
live without her, nnd yet he hnd nctcr
sold tho words be -should have suld,
tho words that would bind her to blm.
Ills .arms nud his lips hnd comforted
her nnd stilled her fears; but, after njl,
be had merely made Iotc. A cold fear
crept over tho girl. She recalled the
old corporal's words of n few weeks
go, and her conversation with Stark
came back to her. What If It wero
true thtt which 'Runnlon Implied?
.What If ho did not Intend to ask her,
after all? What It he bad only been
amusing tilratclt? 'Bbe cried out sharp
ly at this, and when Dorct staggered
In beneath a great load of skins ho
found her 'In n atrango excitement.
When ho had finished bis accounting
with the Indian and dismissed blm
sho turned an agitated faco to tho
"Poleon," she sold, "I'm In trouble.
Ob, I'm In such awful trouble!"
"It's dnt Itunntonl I seen -'lm pass
on do store wlllo I'm down below."
IIU brows knit la a black scowl, nnd
his volco slid off a pltoh In tone.
"W'nt be say, oh?"
"No, no; it's not that. ITo paid me
a great compllmcht." She laughed
harshly. "Why, be asked mo to marry
him." The nutrt"lic8iao her cursed nt
this, but she continued: "Don't blame
blm for liking mo. I'm tbo only wo
man for 890 miles around or I was
uritll this 'Crowd came so bow could
ho help himself? No; he merely
showed me'what.a fool I've been."
"I guess you bcttentcll mp all 'bout
die t'lug," said Poleon gravely. "You
iknow I'm all tain' ready for help you,
Necla. Wen you was llttlo feller an'
got bust your flutter you run to me
qucerk, on' I fcei It."
"yes, I know, dour roleon," she as
fented gratefully. "You vo been a
brotbor to me, nnd I need you now
more than I ever needed you before.
1 enn't go to father. He wouldn't un
derstand, or else he would understand
too much and spoil It all, IiIh temper Is
so quirk. Don't think I'm unwomanly,
I'olcoii. for I'm not. I may be foolish
and fultbful uud too trusting, but I'm
not umnaldenly. You sec, l'e never
beuii llko oilier girls, and he was so
Hue, so dlfferuiit, ha made mo loo
LJmt It's nfl)l "f h so'dlorH, training.
-i ftlfcsto U4. .,-:.. Si ' 8$J 'i ?A,f iJiSftitV 4,
WTI V V! i
rBupposc-. "It was so'sweel to lie neir
him and to bear him tell of himself
and hit the world lie knows, rjustjot
myself drrft. I'm Afraid I'm afraid I
listened 'too well and my-ears heard
more 'than lii said. My head Is so full
ot books, you know."
"He should kave know' dt, too,"
"yc,"i-t)"f!red mp. "He knew I
was otib nn-tndlau lrt."; - ' "
The only Coldr ln"Doret'8face"'Jay
now In his cheeks, where the sun had
put It, but be smiled at her- Mi warm,
engaging smllfr-and laid hli .great
brown hahd;upJu her shoulder softly,
"I've look' In bees eye nn' I'm al
ways t'!nkbe' Sood man. I 'don'
never t'lnk he'll mak' fun of poor little
"But he has, Toleon. That's Just
what be has done." She enmo near to
breaking down and finished pathetical
ly, "They're telling the story on the
street, so Itunnlon says."
"Dat's easy t'lng for feex," ho said,
"llunnlou she don' spread no more
story lak' dot."
T don't caro what they say. I'want
the truth. I want to 'know what he
means, what his Intentions arc. He
swears he loves me, 'and yet he has
no or asked me to laArry hint. He has
gone too fart He ihat mads a fool ot
me to nmusovlilmMlf, and and I
couldn't see It until todayi He's laugh
ing nt mo, Poleon; (he's laughing at
mo newt Oh. 1 can't Mar It !"
The Frenchman took up bis wtdo hat
from tho counter and placed It 'Cart
fully upon' his head; but 'she stopped
blm as be moved toward tlie'doorfor
she read the meaning of tbo glaro In
"Walt till you understand watt, I
sayl Ho hasn't dona anything yet"
Dat's do trouble. .I'm tola' mak
'tin do spiuet'ln'."
"No, no! It bm't that. It'a these
doubts that are killing mo. I'm not
'I hear pWjlutce,"'ho Mid. "Dere's
no tarn' for monkey roun'."
"I tell you he may be honest," sho
declared. "He, may mean to marry
me, buf I've got tq know. That's why
I came td you. That's What you mast
inS out for me." "
"I'm good trader, NeCls," said the
Canadian after n moment Til mak'
bargain wit' you now. ,If be say yes
he'll marry you' I don'rnsV no more!
but Jf ho say no yon geeve 1m to me.
Is It go?"
Sho hesitated, while he continued
musingly,'"! dan' see bow no man-on
all dts worl' could lef you go," then
tp her, "Waal, Is It bargain?"'
"Yes," She said, the Ipdlau blood
speaking now, "but you must leant the
truth. There must be no mistake.
Thatt would be terrible."
"Dcrc aln" golli' be no mtMakV,
"If ho should rrfune I Pll marry
some ona tutek. I won't bo laughed
at by this enmp. I won't bo a joke.
Oh, Poleon 1 'Pre given myself tolilm
Just as truly as if -noil, ho be has
taken my first kins,"
Doret smote his hinds together at
this and begun to roll liN head Imck
ward from side to shlo as If In oomo
great pain, but his lips wero dry and
silent. After ft moment tho spell left
him, the Are illed-donn, leaving only a
dumb agony In Its phce. Sho came
closer nnd continued:
"I'll hover let them point nt'mo'and
sny, There goes tho squaw that he
threw away.' "
"You mnk' dli very hard t'lng for
me," he sold wearily.
"Lliton," sho went on, lashing her
self wllh pity and scorn. "You nay
Put her Harntun will he hero on Sun
day. Wollt I'll marry some one, I
don't crtre who!" Then, with n sudden
Inspiration, she cried: "I'll marryjyou,
You said I could 4joiaiwlfo to you!"
Ho uttered n sharp cry. "You menu
"YcV sho declared. "Why nutf
You'll do It for ray sake, won't you?"
"Would you stan up wit' me 'long
side of de pries', lovln' dst oder'felter
all do tain'?" he asked qucerly.
"Tes, yes! pd rather It was you
than anybody, but married I'll bo on
Sunday. I'll novcr let them lough at
mo. ' n 1 . ,--
Dorct held Ills silence for n moment;
men no lookea up and said In level
tones: , 1
"It's easy t'lngfor go.an'.osk 'lm;'
but you' mus' .bear heca answer lt"
your own cars; den jou can't t'lnk I'm
lyln'. I'll fetch 'lm 'ere on dls place If
you teex it tor lime jouso'f bcbln'
doso post." He Indicated n bundle -of
furs that wero suspended against n pil
lar nnd that offered ample room 'for
Concealment. "Dere's golu' be no llcl
"IIu pulled himself together nnd went
out with tbo tlrod gait of uu old man,
his great sholk bead bowed low, A
few moments later ho returned.
"Pvo'sent'HT'Jean forl'lm. You got
tn dcro out of sight an' wait." '
1 TAKOLKU SKfcRf.
HKN Burrell eniered ho wast
ed nu 1 1 mo in grceUinr.ii.
"I know hy yousontfor
me, Poleon, Pte beard tho
owe, and 1 wpuld bale beejj up but-
Tiow"lo toifgrnTiintclIcr very suou. I
cal It pretty flue."
"Yes, dere's been beeg strike all
right, nn' Necla Is goln' be rlcho gaU"
"I'm a pleased as If the claim were
mine, nnd you feel tho same way, of
"Yrtu know mo for good man, eh?
An' you know I nln' try for bro'k up
odor fellers' blanesse, nererle Waal I'm
come to you 'now lak wan good man
to 'noder, blccauso. I'm got bad trou
ble on do mtn', an' you mus'n't get
"There's no danger, Poleon. tt'a
mvo It. If there In -nny thing I can do
you may count on mo."
"WnAl," he began nervously, clearing
bis throat, "It's lak dls. Here's feller
Tin tired of the game, nnd ou Intemt
tnc no lonccr,"
becu talk some 'bout Nocln, an' It aln'
llco talk nolder."
"Who Is he?" oxclalraed the soldier
In a tone that mado the girl' heart
"Walt! I.emmc tol' you w'nt he say;
den we'll talk 'bout fees 'lm platntec.
He sny dere's Joke down on Btark'a
saloon dat Necla dale Is mak' fool of
herae'f on you an' dnt you aln' care for
HnunntonI" cried Burroll nnd startod
tor the'door. "I'll settle with him now
tor fair!" "But 'Poleon blocked his
way nnd, observlug blm gravely, con
tinued in a tone that tho other could
not disregard nor mlstnko:
"o, ra sieu. jioiore you pass on uai
plaoo you'llltoll me it It'a true."
"True I" the .lieutenant rotorted an
grily, -r What 'business Is It. of yours?
This concerns mo."
"An' me toot I'm w'nt you call gar
deen fof Necla till John Galo cotno
baek, nu' I'ro'-broder of her too. You
promls' Jus now you don' get, mad, on'
I don'-'eay she's Itunnlon nelder w'nt
aplU'dose t'lug. Dcro's more dan 'lm
been tuikln'. Is It true?"
Ills, sternness iifTendcd Burrell, for
the soldier was not tbo kind to dis
cuss .his affairs In thli way; therefore
be drew back, scowling.!
"Poloou Doret." ho uld, "lt' not
one's encmlci who do htm Injury; It's
bis d-i-0 fool friends, 1 have learn
ed to regard you hlgbly,rbecuse you
are a bravo man and nn haneit one,
but It seems that you nro a sentimental
"lR'Urls tough word," Dorct replied
"Hut dere's reason w'y I can't tak' on
no madness. You sny I'm hone'.
Waal, I'm" hones' now, an"l come to
you wit' fair wbrds, an' I show my
ban' to you-I don' hoi' out no enrds,
m'Hlcu'-but I don' L'lnk It Is you who
hino play square altogcder. I'm Ne
clii'H frlen', uu' I'll light. iur.. her Jus'
so queeckcr lak, you, but I, mus' know
dli tUng for sure, so lf;Jou have dc
go d lienrt an' do courage of good man
you'll tell ma de truth. Do you have
the fcellu' for marry nn her?"
Tho puiiso that followed was -awkward
for'both of them, whllo. the girl,
who stood concealed near by, .held her
lireiilh and burled her -nails in her
unlm) Why did bo hesitate? Would
bo never BpcBk?
"I am amazed nt. myself for listening
to you," be Bald at last, "and quite
shocked, In fact, at my answering your
questions, but perhaps I'd better, after
all, l'lrut, however, let mo say that
'the' little girl Is Jast as puro. now as
abo uas before ebo knew me.'1
Poleon threw un his band. ."M'sleu.
dat's .more closer to .do Insult dan:
w'nt you call me Jus' now. lou don'
need for iqiok It." .
. "You're right. There's no need to
'tell you that. A"0' showing her cer
tain attcntlons-well, Itpdmlt that I
have, as you know; but, thank God, I
can say l'vo been a gentleman and ad
dressed her us I would the fairest lady
"An' you mean for marry, eh?"
probed tho other, 1
"I did not say so," Burrellideclared
nt last, "It's a thing I cau't discuss,
because I doubt If )ou could under-,
stand what I would say. This life of
yours Is different from mine, and It
would bo useless for me to explain tho
reason why I cannot marry, ber. I.eav
Ing out all question of myfsontlmunt,
there nre InsUrmountnbja' obstacles to
such a union. But, as to this tallc.I
think that can bo stopped without an
noyance to her, and, an for the rest,
we must trubt to tlmo to bring about
a jumper. (idJiutroent"-r
(To Be Continued)
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