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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, MAY 4, 1909.
, J. Byrne, for cifiht years employed
liy tlie Metropolitan Mcut Com
pany, Limited, lis Its collector, tins
I'Stnhllshed n rulloctlun ngency uf
Room 11 Campbell blocl. Merchant
Htri'ft, llonululu. Hcfercncc: 0.
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Way Stations '9:15 n. in., 3:20 p. m. i
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CCPYRWHT.1908.BY HAWKU bROTHEM
"When wits u"u'.e to wt ul,uut I told
Alluun thut I must lie going, but as I
told her 1 watched her face and saw
the sign I wntiled. The v. hlte girl had
clutched nt her like "lie hud at me, anil
she couldn't clw her up. so I iiuiilc n
dicker Willi her nlil tnnii. It took all
the money I had to buy Hint squaw,
but I knew the kiddle must have n
woman's care, and the three of us
started out soon after alone and broke.
"Since then we three have uocr rest
ed. I left them iitice In Idaho and went
back to Mcs.i. riding all the way, most
ly by night, but llenuett was gone.
He'd run down mighty fust after Mcr
rldy died till he had a killing In tils
place. Instead of stopplug to face It
out the yellow In him rose to the sur
face, nnd he left before sunup, as I hnd
"L(t tin inl Quick I'm oot work for
vou to (fr
left, making a clean get-away, too, for
there was no such hullabaloo raised
about killing a man as there was about
tbo other. So my trip was all for
"I figured It wouldn't be right to
either you or Necla to let you go It
blind, and so I came In to tell you this
whole thing and to give myself up."
Gale stopped, then poured himself
"To give yourself up?" echoed Bur
rell vaguely, "now d you mcanr
He had sat like one to a trauce during
the long recital, only1 his eyes alive.
"I'm under Indictment for murder,"
said the trader. "I hare been for fif
teen years, nnd there's no chance In th
world for me to prove my Innoceuce."
"Hate you told Necla)" the young
"No; you'll hare to do that. I never
could. Sbo might disbelieve. What's
more, you mustn't tell her yet. Walt
till I give the word."
"John Gate," said the lieutenant,
"you're the braTest man I ever knew
and the best." He choked a bit. "Vou
sacrificed all that life meant when this
girl was a baby, and now when sb
has come Into womanhood you give
up your blood for her. By all that's
great, you aro a man! I want your
Then he Inquired Irrelevantly: "But
what about Bennett, Mr. Gale? Vou
say you never found bltnJ"
Th. trader answered after a mo
ment's hesitation, "He Is still at
large," nt which bis companion ex
claimed, "I'd love to meet him In your
Gale seemed seized with a desire to
speak, but even while be hesitated out
of the silent night there came the
sound of quick footsteps approaching
briskly, as If the owner were In baste
and knew whither be was bound.
"Lieutenant Durroll!" a gruff vole
cried. "Let me In! Quick! I've got
work for you to do! Open up! This
Is Den Stark!"
AMD A KNOT TIOUTEHID.
A DAY of shattered hopes Is a
desolate thing, but tho night
of such a day is desolate in
deed. In all his life Poleon
Dorot haft never aunk to such depths
of despondency, for bis optimistic
philosophy and bis buoyant faith In
the goodness of life forbade It. The
arrival of tho freight steamer afforded
him Bomo distraction, but thcro was
only a small consignment for the storo,
and that was quickly disposed of; so,
leaving the other citizen of Flambeau
to wrangle over their private merchan
dise, he went back to his solitary vigil,
which Anally became so unbearable
that be sought to escape his thoughts,
or at least to drown them for awhile,
amid the lights and life and laughter
of Stark's saloon.
Itunnlon annoyed him with his volu
bility, for the uews of bis good for
tune hnd II red the man with a reck
less disregard for money, and he turn
ed to ginning as the one natural re
course of his Ilk.
Jt .was .shortly after midnight that
t Ti al.
K i-yA1 if 'a
Start chine UTo 1be 1'ar. VulOoii
was not too absorbed In bis onn for
tunes to fall to notice the eitniordl.
nary ferocity and exhilaration of the
saloon keeper nor that his fare was
keener, his nostrils thinner, his walk
more nervous and his vole more cut
ting than usual when he spoke to Run
nlon: "Come here!"
"I'll be with you when I finish this
band," said the plsyer over Ills ahoul
dtr. "Com here!" 8tark snapped his com
mand, and Itunnlon threw down his
Drawing the reluctant gambler aside,
Stark began to talk rapidly to him,
nlmost within earshot of I'olcon, who
watched them. Idly wondering what
1 Stark had to say that could nnike Itun
nlon start and act so quecrly Well.
It was their affair. They made a bad
pair to draw to. He knew that Run
ulou was the saloon keeper's lieuten
ant and obeyed Implicitly bis senior's
commauds. Ho could distinguish noth
ing they said, nor was b. at all curi
ous until a knot of noisy men crowded
up to the bsr and, forcing the two
back nearer to the table where he sat,
bis sharp ears caught these words
from ltunnlon's lips:
"Not with m.l She'd n.rer go with
me!" And Stark's reply:
"She'll go where I send her snd with
anybody I tU her to."
The Frenchman lost what followed,
for a newly dealt hand required study.
He scanned bis cards and tossed them
face up before th. dealer; then h.
overheard Itunnlon say:
"It's the only one In camp. II
might sell It If you offend him
enough." At this Stark called one of
th men at the bar aside, and th.
three began to dicker.
"Not a cent less," the third man an
nounced loudly. "Tber ain't another
Peterborough In town."
Going outside, Itunnlon said again to
"She won't go with me, Ben. Sb
don't Ilka me. You see, I msds lor.
to bcr, and she got mad and wanted
"She'll never know who you ar. un
til It's too 11 1. to turn back," slid th'
other, "and you ar. th. only man I
can trust to take her through. I can
trust you. You owe m. too much to
"Ob, I'll act square with you! But,
look here, what's all this shout any
how? Why do you want that girl?
You said you didn't care for her that
way. You told me so yourself. Any
way, I ain't the safest kind of a chap
eron for u good looking girl."
Stark laid a cold band on ltunnlon's
shoulder close up lo his neck.
"Never nvlud what I said. She's
mine, and you've got to promise to be
straight with her. I've trusted you be
fore, and If you're not on the level
now say so. It will save you a lot of
"Ob, alt right!" exclaimed Runulon
testily. "Only It looks mighty queer."
He melted Into th. darkness, and
Stark returned to bis cabin, where be
paced back and forth Impatiently, smil
ing evilly now nnd then, consulting bis
watch ut frequent Intervals. A black
look had begun to settle on his face,
but It vanished when Necla came, and
he met her with a smile.
"I was afraid you bad weakened."
b said. "Everything Is ready anil
walling. I've got the only cauue In th
place, a Peterborough, and hired a
good oarsman to put you through. In
structing him to make as fast time as
he can and to board the first steamer
that overtakes you. Too bad this
freighter that just got In Isn't going
the other way. nowever, there's llirltlo
to be another any hour, aud if one
doesn't come along you'll Bud enough
blankets and food lu the skiff, so you
needn't go ashore. You'll be there be
fore you know It."
Then be led her out Into the dark
ness, and they stumbled down to the
river's bank, descending to th. gravelly
water's edge, where rows of clumsy
hand sawed boats and pollug skiffs
were chafing at their painters." Tbv
up river steamer was just clearing.
Stark's low whistle was anatered.a
hundred yard below, and they search
ed out a darker blot that proved to ba
a man' figure.
"Is everything ready)" b Inquired,
at wblcb tb. ihadow grunted unlatal-
llglbly. 8o. holding Necla by the arm.
Stark helped per Jack to a scit In, (he
"This man will tak you through,'
he said. "You can trust him all tight"
The oarsman clambered In and, ad;
justed his sweeps; then Stark laid a
band on the prow and shored the light,
boat out Into the current, calling softly;
"Ooodby and good luck!;'
"Ooodby, Mr, Stark. Thank you aver
so much," th. girl replied, too numb
and worn out to say much or to notice
or care whither ahe was bound or who
was bcr boatman. She bad been swept
along too swiftly to reason or fear tor
herself any more.
Stark did not return to his cabin, but
went back Instesd to his saloon, where
ha saw Poleon Doret still sprawling
.with elbows on the, table, his hat pulled
low above his sullen face. Stark then
Vint out "d down toward the bar;
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raiiTs. TC llgT'l Tivlilnd The "flr? wu tur
talus of the omcer's house told that
Burrell was not abed, but be waited a
loug moment after his summons before
th. door was opened, during which h.
beard th! occupant moving about and
another door close In the rear. . When
be was allowed entrsuce at last he
found the young man alone In a smoke
filled room, with a bottle and two
empty glasses un the table.
I'or at the sound of his vole Gale
had whispered io BurrelL "Keen him
out!" and the lieutenant bad decided
to refuse his 1st. visitor admittance
when he Ugbted on th. expedient of
conaeallng the trader In the bedroom
at the rear. It was only natural, h.
reasoned, that Gale should dislike to
fsce a mau like Stark before b. bad
regained bis composure.
"Go lu there and wait till lie. what
h. wants," b. had said, aud. shutting
th. old man in, he had gone forth to
admit Stark. Btark entered and cloaed
"I've got some work for you, lieuten
ant It's got to be dona tonight, right
now! You represent the law, or at
least you've taken every occasion to so
declare yourself, so now I've com. to
you with something big. It's a serious
affair, and, being as I'm a peaceful
man, I wanjt to go by tb. law." Ills
eyes mocked the words he uttered.
"You seem to carry tb. weight of this
whole community on your shoulders,
so I'm her to glv you some Informa
tion." Burrell ssld quietly: "It's a little late
for pollto conversation. Come to the
"I've got a murderer for you."
"You've bad a killing lu your place,
"No; I'v just mad. a discovery. I
found It all out by accident, too pure
accident By heaven, you can't tell
me there Isn't a beueflcent Providence
overlooking our affairs. He's a friend
of yours and a highly respected party.
He's a glorious exsmple to this whole
river. He's everybody's friend. He's
th. shining mark of this whole conn
try. He's the benevolent renegade.
Squaw Man Gale. Gaylord Is his name,
and I was a fool not to know It
The disclosure had not affected tba
soldier as Stark expected, aud his an
ger began to lift itself.
"The man's a murderer. He's want
ed lu California, where I cam. from.
He's becu indicted, and there's a price
ou his head. H.'s bidden for fifteen
years, but he'll hang as sure as I stand
Burrell knew he must gain time for
thought. One false step might ruin
nl. He could not fsce this on the
spur of the moment; so, shrugging bis
shoulders with an air of polite akep
llcUiu. he assumed a tone of good na
"I'lftceu jcarsT Murder! John Gale
a murderer! Why, that's almost
pardon me It I smile I'm getting
sleepy. What proof bav you?"
"Proof 1" biased tbe gambler. "Proof I
Ak Gaylord! Proof! Why, th. wo
mini he murdered was my wife!"
It wu IluircM's turn now to fall In
coherent, uud not ouly did his speech
forsake hlui, but his, thought went
msdly veerlug off luto n wi0ruess
where (here was no trail, no light, no
hope. What frightful bones were
tbese he tmrod! This mau was Ben
nett! TLIt was Neds', father! He
latsvd a alr of ejvs that hud bectvui.
furious aud bloodshot .aud aaddvu!y
realised luut t he mau before him, who.
persisted In saddling ,uoo uale this
heinous crime, was (lie stayer of Ne
cla's mother, for he, did not doubt
Gate's story fitr an liutau't. He. found
bis fingers writhing to feel tbe crea
"Proof!" Sturk was grow Hug. "How
much jiroof do you need? Tie fol
lowed hiii) fur fifteen jear. - I'v
tracked blm with , meu aud dogs
ihrougli woods nnd deserts and mining
camps. l'e slept nu his trail for
,B,000 miles, and auw do you thlak I'm
xntst&ktnt He killed my wife, I sir.
and robbed moot myllttlo girl! That's
her In his house. That's her he calls
NccIm. She's wy glrl-my i:lrl, do.yuu-.undcrsliiudt-uud
I'll lime lil HfoV'
I'.iirrcll hud nu inkling )tt f tlif.
father's well shaped plans nor huv
tnrreaclilug they 'were mid tould bare-
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"""So!" Ton you know!"
"Yes! Bho wears the tvldenc.
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"I don't suppose you know' I'm go
ing to marry berr" said th. Kentuck
"No," replied the other; "I wasn't
aware of the fact."
"Well, I am. I'll be your son-ln-Isw."
"There's a lot of things, Burrell, tor
you and me to settle up first. Kor odd
thing, I want those mines of hers.
I'm her father, snd she's not of age.
I'll take them anyway ns ber next of
Burrell did not follow up this state
ment, for Its truth was Incontroverti
ble, so be continued:
"We'll sdjust that after Gale is at
tended to. But meanwhile, what do
you want me to do)''
"I want you to arrest the man who
killed my wife. If you don't take blu
the miners will, I've got a following
In this camp, aud I'll raise a crowd In
fifteen minutes enough to bang this
squaw man or batter down your bar
racks to get him. But I don't want to
do that. I want to go by tba law
you'r. talked so much about. I want
you to do tba trick."
At last Burrell saw tbe gambler's
deviltry. He kn.w Starts reputation
too well to think that bo feared a
meeting with Gate. Stark bad plan
ned his settlement coldly) and with de-
MDeraie mauce. Moreover, ne was
strong enough to stand aside and let
another tsW h's place rand thus deny
to Gale tbe final recourse of a hunted
beast, the desperate Kstlsfsctlon, that
the trader craved. He tied hi. ene
my's bauds and delivered blm up with
his thirst unsatisfied lo whom? li
thrust a weapon into tba band of hi
other enemy and batl. this otb.r ene
my use It worss -than that, forced
him to strike tha man ho honored,
tba man b. loved. Bnrrell never
doubled thst Stark had carsfully
weighed the effect of this upon Necla
and bad reasoned that a girl Ilk bar
could not understand a soldier's doty
If it meant the blood of a parent If
he refused to uct tbe gambler could
break lilni. while every effort bemad,
to! protect Gal. would but Increase th
other's satisfaction. There was no
chance of the trader's escape. Stark
held him lu his hand. Was It Impos
sible, the lieutenant wondered, to
move this man from his purpose r
"Hate you thought of NcclaT She
loves Gale. What effect will this have
ou her V'
"p-n her! Shu's inure hl brut tuau
mine. I want John Cijlur.!'"
At this n klnU3 frc:izy mcrtook
Burrell. aud he thought i f tlsi man be
lllud ) under door, lnm l had fJT
giiltcn. Well, why iinlV These two
men bad xtiill.ol cnih illr clear tutu
Hie fiirtlu'Kl pluci-M, drlwii by forces
bat' uvrr older limn tU lillli. Who
was he to Miiml U'tucen Midi pus-
(To Be Continued)
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