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""."lie gniublor'H words ran? In Ms
enrs- "I want John Gnyluid"-nud be
furu he knew wliat he was doing he
Imd iiuswerod. "Very well; I'll ghphlm
In you," ami crossed jiuk-l.ly lo the
ilnor of hi bedroi'miiid Hung It open.
On the threshold he paused Ktfn.-l.Ktlll
The place was empty. A draft sucked
through the nicn window, Hlrllng with
the uirlnln nnd telling the Klnry of the
"If you're" looking for your coal, It's
here," he heard Stnrk nay. 'Oct Into
It. mid we'll go for lilm."
The Ileutcunut's mind win working
fnHt enough now. In nil conscience, ntul
ho saw with clear and fateful eyes
whither he wan being Inl, nt which a
Midden reckless dlsregnnl fer eonse
quenees seized him. lie felt a blind
fury at being pulled nnd haukil nnd
driven by this creature nnd nlo nn un
reasoning auger nt (lale'x defection.
Itut It was tlio thought of N'ceta nnd
the horrible net of evil In whhli tlil-i
man had ensnared them both that
gaKed him most. He determined to
(lul'li this thing lieri-iiud now,
Meadu went to his bureau, took hN
revolver from the belt wheic he li.ul
bung It ami enme tut Into .the other
room. StnrK, seeing tlio weapon, ex
claimed: 'You don't need that. Ho won't re
"I've decided not to take Mm," said
"Decided not to. take Mm!" shouted
the other. "Hnvo you weakened?
Don't you Intend to nricst that luiiii't"
"No!" cried the Boldler. "I've lis
tened to your lies long enough. Now
I'm going to stop them onto for nil.
You'ro too dangerous to hnvo around."
They faced each other silently a mo
ment: then Stark spoke In n very quiet
voice, though his eyes wcro glittering.
"What's tho meaning of this? Aro
"Gale was here Just before you came
nnd told me who killed your wife. I
"It's pretty lale. This place Is lonely.
This Is tho simplest way.
The gambler fell to studying his an
tagonist, nnd when he did not speak
"Come, bruco up! I'm giving you n
Rut Star's: shook his head.
"Don't be afraid," Insisted tho lieu
tenant. "There are no witnesses. If
you get mc, nobody will know, ana
your word Is good. If not. It's much
simpler than the other." Then when
tho gambler still made no more he In
flated. "You wouldn't have mo kill
you like n rattlesnake?"
"You couldn't," 8j1i1 the older man.
"You're not that kind, nnd I'm not tho
kind tu be cheated cither. Listen. I'vo
lived over forty years, nud I never,
took less than was coming to me. I
won't begin tonight."
"You'll get your share."
"Ilah! You don't kuow what I mean,
I don't' wnnt you. It's him I'm after,
nud when I'm done with Mm I'll takft
care of you, but I won't run nny risk.
right now. lou might put mc nyvuy,
there's the possibility, nud I won'ti lett
you or nny other man cr woman ci
ther, not even my girl cheat mo outi
of Gale. Tut up your gun."
Tho soldier hesltntcd, then did ns ha
was bidden, for this man knew, htm.
better than ho kuew hlmsclcf.
"I ought to treat you like a mad dog,
but I can't do It. while your bands aro
Up. I'm golug. to, fight for John Gale,
however, nnd you can't take him."
"I'll have hU carcass hung to ray
ridgepole before daylight."
Stark turned to go, but paused nt
th,door. "And, you think you'll mar
ry Nevis, do you?"
"1 know It."
"Is tliat so? Suppose you find her
"What, do, you, mean? Walt"
nutihls visitor was gone, leaving be
hlud.hlm.n lover already sorely vexed
find now harassed by n new and sud-
lieu npprcucnsiou, vvniu venom ine
nundUtllledl Could It ba that ho had
Stall:, traced his way back to his
cabin l:i,n ten times fiercer mood than
hit lmd, come, revjllng, cursing, hating.
Hack, past the, dark trading post ho
wcilti pausing tq shako his illnchcd,
list and grind out nn oath between bis
tpcth: pustthc door of his own saloon,
which, was n light nud whenco came
tho sound. of revelry, through tho scat
tered houses, whero ho went raoro by
feel than by sight, up to tho door of
his own 'shack. Ho closed tho door
behind him now, nnd locked it, for he
had some thinking to do, then felt
tlirouKh his Kckets for a match, aud,
striking It, bent over his lamp to ad
just tho wick. It flared up steady and
strong at, last, Hooding tho narrow,
place wl(h Its Illumination. Then be
xtrultclitcucd up and turned toward
tho bed to throw off his coat, when
suddenly every musclo of his body
leaped with nu uncontrollable spasm,
ns If ho had,uncovfrcd n deadly ser
pent colled nud ready to spring.
Joint Gale, was sitting nt his table,
bnriily nu arm's length away, his gray
blue eyes fixed upon lilm nud tho deep
'flUiy lif III" Jeavy ,fuco set; as If
fWf vTj .Y
T.tiVii In r.uiu. ".Is ..ugu, "iiw.hil
hands were upon tlio table, nnd be
twri'H them lay n miked knife.
joiin ham's iiocn.
T was a lieathenMi time of night
to nrouse the girl, thought Ilurrell
. .-. .. ,. ,... i... '
ns uc ieii me tmrrucKs, um "f
must allay these fears that were
besetting him; he must sco Nccla at
once. The low, drifting clouds ob
scured what star glow there was in
tho heavens, and lie stepped back tu
light a lantern. '
A few moments later he stood boc
tho squaw, who crouched on the trad
cr.'s doorstep, walling her death song
Into the night.
"What's wrong? Whero Is Necla?
Whero Is she?" he demanded innd ut
last seized her roughly, facing her to
the light, but Alluun only blinked owl
lshly nt his lantern and shook her
"Gone nway," she finally Informed
him and began to weave again In her
despair, but ho held her fiercely.
Whero has sho gone? When did sue
go?" He shook her to qufeken her re
ply. "I don't know: I dont know, ixuig
tlmo she's gono now." Sho trailed nit
Into Indian words he could not com
prehend, so ho pushed past her Into
the house to seo for himself and with
out knocking flung Necl-i's door open
nnd stepped Into her chnruber, Ileforc
he had swept tho uufnmlllar room witii
his eyes be knew that sho had Indeed
cone, and couu hurrledlv. for the signs
of disorder betrayed n reckless haste. I
"When did she go, Alluua? Tor
God's sake, what does this mean?" he
"I don't know. She como and she go,
nnd I don' sco hcrj mebbo three, four
hour ngo." " ,
Whcro's Galo? He'll know. lies
gono after her, eh?"
The upward glow of tho lantern
heightened tho young roan's pallor, and
again tho squaw broko Into her sad
"John Gale he's gone nway with tin
knlfo of my father. I am nfrnld; 1 am
"Did ho come back here Just now?
"No. Ho went to the Jail house, nnd
ho would not let mo follow. He don'
come back nn more."
This wasi confusing, nud Meads,
"Why didn't you give tho nlarmr
Why dldu't you como to mo Instead .of
yelling your lungs out nrouud the
"Ho told, me to wnlt." she said sim
ply. "Go find 1'olcon. quick I"
"He told mo to wait," sho repeated
stoically, nnd Ilurrell knew he was
IMiwerlcss lo uivu h;r. Ho saw tho
Itnage, of.n.graat terror In tho woman's
frtie. 'J'Jnj utglit, suddenly becamo
hcjivy with) thfthluti 'f. uuspeakablo
IMpg, nnd he grisw, frvirfulf suspect
Inmivw. tUati'ltilp,'hartitoId him but a
tvirt,f(i hi, story, that, n,tho time hri
knew, Ktafk ldvUty nnd that his
iUrry. w(is.nt(haiidi ii-ady for tho kill.
pi,.!fnoti,lML hadalearrufl.ciiough while
ttnndliig jxhliwlitliat partition. Whero
;vas ha now?- Whero was Nodal
Wbrtt part did-she play In this? lie
f,avc up trying tu think and lied fur
Stark's saloon, reasoning that whero
one was the other must be near, and
there would surely be some Moid of
Nccla. Ho burst through the door. A
quick glance over the placo showed It
empty of those ho sought; but, spy 1 113
Polcuu Dorct, be druggcdihlni outside,
"Have you seen Galo?"
"Have you seen Stark? Has he been
"Yes; wan hourH mebbo two, hour
ago. W'y? W'attfor.you.nsk?"
"There's tho devil to nay. Those
two have come together, and Nctl.i It
"Necla gono!" tho Canadian Jeiked
out. "Wat you mean by dat? Were
sho H gone to?
"I don't kuow. Nobody knows.
Heaven! I'm shaking like n leaf."
"Hah! Sho's feel purty bad. She's
go out by hcrse'f. Dot's ul right."
"1 tell you something has happened
to her! Thcro's h-1 to pay! I fouud
her clothes nt the houso torn to rib
bons nml all muddy nnd wet."
I'olcou cried out at this.
"Wo'vo got to find her nnd Gale, nnd
wo haven't a minute to lose."
"W'cre hnvo jou look?"
"I've, been to tho house, but Alluna
Is crazy nnd suys Gnlo has gono to
kill Stark, ns near as I can make nut
Iloth of them wero at my quarters
tonight, nnd I'm nfrald the squaw Is
"Hut w'cre U Nccla?"
"We don't know. Maybe Stark has
Tho., Frenchman cursed horribly.
"nave you try bees cabano?"
Without answer tho Frenchman
darted nway, nnd tho lieutenant sped
after lilm through tho deserted rows
of log houses.
Ilurrell gripped his companion's arm
with fingers of steel, nnd together
they crept lip Jojhe door. ..Hut even
Ter orr M jtt't I r.at. always lift
Ayr'i Cherry 1'eftorsl In Ih. hooi. Mr
fitbtr often tolJ rr.t that it sar.d ray llf.
ken 1 as rttj yiuu,"
of homcB Aycr'a
ia a household
i) 0 e n
u b 0 d
parents, then by the parents, and
now. by tho children. For colds
and coughs, croup, bronchitis, la
grippe, inflammation in tho throat
or in tho bronchial tubes,
la ho etandard remedy tho world
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TH3"r61TiT-yriini'giniien "ft theyhcarTl
a voice' within. It was Ktnrk's, The
walls of tho houiie weru of moss
chinked logs tljnt deadened every
sound, but tho door Itself was of thlu
whlpsawcd pine, boards with ample
cracks nt top nnd bottom, nnd they
lu-nril plainly, Tho lieutenant leaned
fiirvHiul, then with dllllculty smoth
er il an exclamation, fur ho benrd an
other p1 uotvr-thc voice of John
Gale. The words canio to lilm muf
fled, but distinct, and ho raised his
hand to knock when suddenly he seized
foleou, hissing Into his ear:
"Listen! For God's sake, listen!"
Tor the first Hindu his tempestuous
life Hon 1 Stark lost tlio Iron composure
that limit minlo his name a byword in
tlio west, nnd nt sight of his bitterest
enemy seated In tho dark of his own
houso waiting for him ho became su
outi nary, nervous, frightened man. It
was the utter unexpectedness of tho
thing that shook him, nnd before he
could regain his balanco Gale spoke:
"I've como to settle, nennett."
"What nro you doing here?" tho
"1 was up nt tho soldier's placo Just
now and heard you. I didn't want
any Interruptions, so I came here,
whero wo can he nlone." He paused
and when Stark made no answer con
tinued, "Well, let's get nt It." Hut
still tho other mado no move. "You'ro
Ihnd nil' tho best of It for twenty
years," Gale went on In his level
voice, "but tonight I get even. 1't.
lived for this!"
"Tlint shot In Leu's cabin?" recalled,
.Stark, with tho light of ucw under
standing. "You knew mc then?"
Stark took a deep breath. "What n
d d fool I've been!"
"Your devil's magic saved you that
time, but It won't stop this." The
trader rose slowly, with tho knife In
"You'll hang for this!" said the gam
bler unsteadily, nt which Gale's face
"Hat" exclaimed the trader exulting
ly. "You can. feel it In you already,
With nu effort Stark began to assem
ble, Ms wlt.s as'tlie trader continued:
"You saddled your dirty work on me.
Hen Stnrk, mid I've carried It for fif
teen years, but tonight I put you. out
the, wny you put her out. An eye for
VI dldu't kill her," said the man.
"So? The yellow Is showing up nt
last I knew you were 11 coward, but I
didn't think you'd bo afraid to own It
"Look here," sald Stirk curiously,
"do you really think I kilted Mrrridy?"
"I know It A man who would strike
n v.'fiiutiii would kill her If ho had thu
Stnrk had now mastered himself nnd
"My hate worked better than I
thought Well, well, that made It hard
for, ou. didn't It'' lie chuckled. "I
supposed, of course, you knew."
"Knew?" Gale's face showed eroo
tlou for the first time. "Knew what?"
II H bauds were quivering slightly.
"She killed hercelf."
"So hejpjou God?"
"So help me Got' I"
There was it long pause.
"Say, It's kind of funny our stand
ing, hero t.ill.lng nbout that thing. Isn't
It? Well, If you want tu know, I came.
home e.irly that night. 1 gues you
hadn't been gone two hours. And the
surprise did It more than auytblng
else, 1 suppose. She hadn't prepared
a. story, I gut suspicious, iinnicd you
at .random nud hit the nail on the
Gate's face was like chalk, and bis
Voice sounded thin and illy ns he said:
"You beat her; that's wbv she did
' Stark m-idn no nnswtt
- "The paper., said tho room showed
' When, the other still Kept quiet Gal.
"Didn't you?" v
At till) Stnrk llamed up detlnantly.
"Well, I guess I had cniuia-fiiouclii
No woman except her was ever tint pip,
to me ulfe or sweetheart"
"You didn't uully thlnk?
".'fhjiik h-ll I thought s;ijlien,jinil
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"And jou knew her m well too. 1
guess you've hail some bad nights
yourself, lliuuet, with that ulways om
'I swore I'd have"
"nud so you put her blood on my
bead nnd made mc nn outlaw." After
au Instant, "Why did you tell mo this,
"It's our last-talk, nnd I wanted you
to know how well my hate worked."
"Well, I guess that's nil," snld Gale.
So far they hnd watched each other
wltii unwavering, unblinking eyes,
, Jli lladc flUUrctl (n the UghU
straining at the leash; and taut In every
nerve. Now, however, the trader's
fingers tightened ou tho knlfo handle,
and his knuckles, wbttcned with the
grip, at which Stark's right hand
swept to his waist, and simultaneous
ly Gnlo. lunged across, tho table. His
blade flickered In tho light, and a gun
spokor-ouce, twice,- again and again.
A cry arose outside the cabin; then
some heavy thing crashed lu through
the, door, bringing light with It for
with his first leap Giilo had carried
tho, lamp, and tho table with him, nnd
thc.two.had t-lluchedjii tho dark,
Hurrcll'had waited an Instant too
loug, for tho men's voices had held so
steady, their words had been so vital,
that the finish found him unprepared;
but, thrusting tho lantern Into I'oleon'a
hand, he had backed off a paco nud
hurled himself nt tho door, llo.fell to
bis knees Inside and nn Instant later
found himself wrestling, for his life
between two rngliig; beasts. Tho lieu,
tenant know Doret must-have entered,
too, though lie t-ouhl not sec him, for
'Hi lantern shed n sickly gloom over
the chaos. Ho was locked desperately
wltli John Gale, who flung him nbout
und handled Mm llkcit thlld. Ilghtlug
like nu old gray wolf Inmiy with jonrs
nud terrible In liU nice. Only fur the
lantern's light G.ilo would, doubt less
lime sheathed his weapon la hi. ucw,
assailant, but Hie mure tltrvt'ly, thv(
trader struggled the more trjiiivlvusly,
'the soldlertluug. Ah It-was, (l.-ije, mrv
rctl ifqt lciileiiant v(lth lilnnnd
.stj-juk fjfr,hl, lieadt Ktutk,,
" (To Be Continued);
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