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EDWARD WHITE '
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ptnr Copirllbl. 1907. 1508, by
Sl.w.rl Edward WMl.
do Be .Continued Next Week.)
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IT became dlfllcult for Ordo to un
dcrutnnil tlie homo life of (be
Mishaps. UtcVj-UxIjt svciucd a
lcllin lo the cnprlce of the moth
er, who heiatuu hysliTkul at the slight
est provocation and ia fond of coo
trnctlujj Imncltinrr Ulx In order to gnln
The day after his walk with Oernld
Itlshop, Ordc and Carroll had nrrang-,
cd far a ualk. nut Mrs. Ulshop met
them nt the door und demanded that
her datiKhtcr Btny at home to attend
tb several trlylul matters, Itat the
evening turned out lerr'wcll fortu
tiulely, Ordv could not hare stood
inuch more. They had the parlor quite
to theniKclvo. Carroll took the cover
from the tall harp, and. leaning her
cheek nunlnnt It. nlif played dreamily
for a half hour. Her arms were bnro.
Her soft bosom pressed against the
broad sounding tmnrd. There Is about
the tones of n harp well played some
thing tumlnouM. like the rich, wsrm
sunlfght. When tlie girl muted the
string nt Inst It set'inrd In Ordc as
though all at once the room had per
ceptibly darkened, lie took his lente
finally, til"" spirit soothed and restored.
Tranquillity was not fpr long, how
ever. Orde's visits were naturally ne
friMiunnt as possible. To them almost
Instantly Mrs. Dlshou opposed the
strong and Intultho Jealousy of ego
tism. She had, as yet no fears as to
tlio joung man's Intentions, but In
stinctively she felt an Influence' that
opposed her own supreme dominance.
The week jihssed. Orde saw as much
ns he could of Miss Illshop. Oerald
himself seelncd Jo be much occupied,
'rrrclsely nt il every morning, how
ever, ho nppoared nt the gyninaslum
'for Ids practice and In this Orde drdp.
-A - - .!. I..t.l. I..I,.(m him
IH'll IIIKI lUI' I1IIIMI VI J.IIK.IIK Ulli.
Wtieh the young men first stripped In
each other's presence they eyed each
other with a secret Surprise. Oernld's
slender body was gracefully muscled.
Ills Imues were small, but his flesh
wiih li.ird. Orde had earned from the
rher the torso of an ancient athlete.
The round, full arch of his chest was
tnpiied by n mass of clean cut muscles.
Across bis buck, beneath tho smooth
skin, tbo muscles rippled and ridged
n'nd dimpled with every movement.
The nbdomeii showed tho peculiar cor
rugation of the very strong man. Ills
arms wero msgnlflicnt.
"Murphy," called Gerald, "come
here." ' '
A M-ry hairy, thickset, bullet bead
ed man, thu type of scmlprofesslonsl
"Do jou think you could down this
fellowl" asked Gerald.
Murphy looked Orde over critically.
"Who yo rlngln' la on mo?" ho In
quired. "This Is ,, friend of mine." said Ger
ald severtv. "Ever box much?" Ger
ald asked Orde.
"IJos?" Ordo laughed. 'Never had
time for that sort of thing. Had tho
gloves on a few times."
"Where did you got your training.
sir?" asked the handler.
"My training." repeated Orde. puz
sled. "Oh, I see! I, was nhvnrs pret
&ic iittiijLtl tluamllu lur hull uu hour.
ty hiiiy, nt.d I siip)(is. the work on
the liver Leejis u man In pretty good
slU'' ' t ,
Gerald's langor vanished." Tut on
the cloves with Mnrphy," lie suggest
ed, "will .vou) I'd like to see you two
"Surely,'' agreed Ordo g'ood natural
ly, "I'm not niuib good at It, but I'd
GdTnKI rung d bell, nud to the boy
who answered bo said:
"Hun'ouT to tho club and 11 ud Mr.
Wluslow, Mr, Clark jind whouver clso
Is In tho smoking rooni and tell thorn
from me to come orcr to tbo gympasl
uui. Tell them there's some fun on."
Gerald managed a woid apart, with
the truluer. v
"Can you do him, Murphy." bo whis
"Burc!" said the handler. "Them1
kind's always nstslow as dray horses.
They gets muscle bound."
"GIvo It to blm," snld Gerald, "but
don't kill him. IIo's n friend of mine."
Then be stepped baik, the same Joy
in his soul that Inspires n rivermaa
when he encounters a hlgb banker or
a cowboy its he watches tho tonderfoot
about to climb the broncho,
Thu first round was sharp.
Orde. bud sloodJIke arok, Ms feet
Mt "' '
planred to ThT flooT, while" MurpEy
had tinted nroum! him, hitting nt will.
Orde hit back, but without landing.
Nevertheless Murphy when questioned
apart did not srem satisfied.
"The man's pig Iron," jnld he. "I
pumhed Mill plenty hard' enough, and
It didn't sot'iii to Jar Mm."
The gallery nt one end of the miming
track h'ld by now lulf tilled with In
"Time!" called Oerald for round 2.
Murphy went In more viciously, nlni.
lng and measuring his blows accurate
ly. Onto stood ns before: hitting bnci
nt the eluflvc Mnrphy. but nil hot! t
much pfrece, his feet never stirring.
The handler landed almost nt will, but
llhi ut apparent damage. lie grew
gly-lliially lost his head.
"Well, If ye will have It!" he mut
tered und nlmeil uhiit was Intended as
a knockout blow.
(Icruld utteted a half cry of warn
ing. Ordo's head smiipcd back; but.
to the surprlw of every oue. the puuch
had no other elTeit, nud a quick ex
change of Infighting sent Murphy
staggering back from the encounter.
The smile disappeared from Orde's
face, and his eye had calmed.
Orde turned back to' Ills antagonist.
The Intter advamed ome more, bis
bullet head -sunk butwecn his shoul
ders, bis little eyes twinkling. Like a
tiger Orde sprang forward, hitting out
lie tni vu"c ititt.
fiercely, first with oue bund, then with
the other.; Murphy gave ground, block
ed, ducked, exerted utl a ring general's
skill either to n(op or avoid thu rush.
Ordo followed htm, lutlsteut. Murphy
ducked In nnd planted a number of
hurt arm Jabs at close range. Tho
round ended almost Immediately to a
storm of applause from the galleries. ,
Orde sprang nt bis udversnry In tbo
third, repenting the headlong rush
with which the previous round bad
ended. The jouug man hammered
kway tirelessly. Insistently, delivering
a hurricane of his two banded blows,
pressing relentlessly in as Murphy
shifted and gave ground, bis bead up.
his eyes steady. The gallery was In'
su uproar. Perspiration hIihh! nut all
over Murphy's body. Ills blows fulled
of their effect, aud some of Ordo's
wero landing. At length, bewildered,
bo closed In to straight slugging, stand
up, give and take.
Orde dropped slightly his right shoul
der behind his next blow. The glove
crashed straight as a pile driver
through Murphy'a upraised hands to
bis fa co. The trainer wns burled
through the nlr to land doubled up
against tbo parallel bars. There bo
lay quite still.
Wheji, however, Orde perceived thnt
Murphy was unconscious bo ran for
'ward to tho professional's side.
"Do you supposo Iio's killed?" he
"IIo's Just knocked out," reassured
one of thoAmen.
Tbo clubmen 'crowded about.
"You're a wonder, my friend," aald
"Dy Jove, he's hardly breathing fast
after all that rushing," said a second,
Ijiter, when the young men were
resting nflor u rundown, tbo true sig
nificance of the ntfalr for Orde came
out. Slure the fight Gerald's customa
ry lassltudo was gone. Ills eye was
bright, aud a color mounted beneath
the pale olive of his skin. He looked
across at Ordo several times, hesitated
niid at' last decided to speak.
"Look hero, Orde," said he, "I want
to confess! something. When you first
cnmo.I had lots of fun about you, You
know jour clothes aren't quite the
thing, and I thought your manner was
queer. I want to apologize. You're a
man, and I like you better than any
follow I've met for a long time. Aud
it there's any trouble In the future
Ini on your Bide. You know what I
'Uf'thop," waa Ordo's reply, "you're
not i) car sp much of a dandy as you
think jou arc."
N the courso of tbo happy moments
be had nlouc with Carroll, Orde
arrived at a moro Intimate plane
of conversation with her, Ho
camo to an understanding of her un
questioning acceptance of Mm. ISIsh
op's attitude. Carroll truly believed
that nono but herself could perform
for her mother the various petty olllcos
that lady demanded from her next of
Lin mid that her practical slavery was
due by eveiy consideration of filial af
focjUoi;. In lib houvl room "- Ureodcd
over tho slnie of" nrfalrs until" lift
thoughts tool; u very gloomy Hugo 'in
deed. To begin with, In pile of his
mother's assurance lie had no faith
Iq his own ran le. Ills acquaintance
with Carroll was hut mi affair of
mouths, nud their netu.il meetings
comprised Incredibly few il.ljs, Ordo
was naturally huiubte nilndid It did
Hot seem conceivable to film that he
could win her without a long court
ship. And superadded Was the almost
I'jtoleruble weight of. Carroll's Ideas as
hi her domestic duties.
Nevertheless, nt the very iiwnent
when he had made up his mind Hint It
would be utterly useless" even to In
dulge In hope for some jenrs to come,
he spoke. It came about suddenly and
entirely without premeditation.
The two bad escaped for a breath of
air lata lu the? evening. Following tli;
conventions, they merely strolled to the
end of the block and back, always
within sight of the house. Carroll w.is
In n tlnd nnd pensive mood. She held
her head back, breathing dctply.
"It's only a little strip, but It's the
stars," said she, looking up to the sky
between the boubcs. "They're so quiet
and culm and big."
Hhe kcvuicd to Ordc for the first
time llkv u little girl. A wave of ten
dcrneas lifted Orde from bis feet. He
leaned over, bU breath coming quickly,
Carroll!" lie wild.
Bbo shrunk back.
"No. no! Vou mustn't!" she cried.
She did not pretend to misunderstand.
"It's life or death with me." he said
"1 must Dot!" she irled, tlutterllij
like a blid. "I promised myself long
ago that I must always, always take
care of mother."
"Please, plcaso, dear." pleaded Orde.
Ho had nothing more to say than this,
Just the slni'plo lnroherrnt symbols of
pleading, but In such crises It Is rather
the soul than the tongue that speaks.
Ills band met bers and'elosed about It.
"Don't you care for me, dear?" asked
Ordo very gently.
"I have no right to tell yon that." an
swered ahe. "I have tiled, oh. so hard,
lo keep you froiu saying this, for 1
knew I had no right to hear you."
"You dp care for niel" he crfd.
They had mounted the steps 'aud
stood Just within the vestibule.
"Otrioll," cried Orde. "tell mo that
you love me! Tell mo that jou'll marry
"It would kill mother, Jf I should
Icavo her," sho said sadly.
"Hut you must marry me." pleaded
Ordo. '"VV. ore mado for 'each other.
God meant us for each other."
"U would have to be rffier o great
many years." sho snli! doubtfully.
"Good night. Come to me tomorrow."
Khu yllppi-d' Inside the half oien door.
Orde turned away and walked up
tb. street, his eyes so blinded by the
greater glory that he all but ran dawn
un inouoniivo pnsscrDy. inen as ine
first effervescence died n more gloomy
view of the situation came uppermost.
To his heated Imagination the dead
lock coined complete. Carroll's ilevo
lluu to whit she considered bcr duty
appeared unbreakable. And then bis
fighting lilocd surged back to his heart.
The fever of l lie argument coursed
through his telus nil that, long bight
"I trill nmrru joii iriciirtrr tyou $iii."
until da light found him weary apt)
fevered, lly n tremendous efTert he re
straint d hlniHeif from going ovei' to
NP'lb street until the middle of the
lie entered the drawing room to llinl
her scaled at the piano. J IN heart
buiii'iled, Kttc did not look up until lie
xliu it almost ut her Humidor. 1'ieiil
ille turned nl;d held nut lioili her
"It Is no use. .I.ii k," sho stild "I
cafe for jmi tin, much, I wlll nuny
jou whenever jou Kiy," t
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