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Synopsis of Preceding Chapters.
rDon John, a refuse from the Spanish
Annads. is befriended by young Rorie and
tits 'lather. Angus Maclean, brother-ln-lanr..
in Biart. Jamie, the Highland laird
ot Kllellan. Don John meets M.lstress
Mary, the laird's daughter, who entreats
him to nee to safety. Ronald Macdonald.
thlrttaln ot the Kjles. has discovered
Dun John's- love for Mistress Mary, and
In a. fight Don John kills a man and
hides In a cae.
Black Jamie Is murdered. Don John Is
accused of being the murdered Mistress
Mary declares her father a murdered
by Macdonald of the Kjler. Black Archi
bald kills Macdonald. and also Don John.
as the latter Is eloping with Mistress
Mary, who returns to 11 e in the house
or Daft Lcezle. where her child. Mari
posa, Is bom. Her mother dies and
Mariposa growa up with Bone.
"The Mardonalds- baie been at war uith
the Campbells for fifteen .sears. Now
-making for peace, the clan arrange to
meet in Kllellan Cattle at a, Twelfth
night feast. Korie suspects treachery and
goes with Marlsopa to warn the Mac
donald. Korie learns that he has been
betraying his kinsmen to no purpose, as
treachery has been planned on both tides.
Omlgnal during the feast, each Mac
donald nill slay the Camobell at his right.
Roric, wearing the tartai of the Macdon
alds. Is seated between two of his own
"people. Suddenly blades flash, and Camp
bell and MacdonaJds engage. .Black
Archibald is killed by KoiAld Macdonald
Rorie ahd Marlsopa are taken prisoners
by tha Macdonalds, the chieftain ot
whom. cnslacd by Marisopa'a beauty,
wishes io marry her She consents. Rorli
at first bellees It a. trick to gain time,
then later has grave reasons to doubt
hrr Overpowered and confined in a
prison vault. Rorie discovers, through a
crack in the flooring, that he is under a
call, whero preparations are being made
for-Mariposa.'B wedding feast. During the
ceremony and. spcechmaklng Rorie loses
; consciousness.
Vhen he awakes the merriment above
him has changed to maudllntxrasing: U
,.- -door--of his prison, is wide open and a
rrostrate man on the floor norie. nearly
inad. -walls until Mariposa should leav
tbe hall, which .she -does alone Coming
swiftly to him. she urges him to escape,
tells him she has done all to sae hlni,
and That she has poisoned the tt hole clan.
TMth the aid of Bordeaux, who. Rorie
trams, is in quest of Don John's child,
Mariposa and Rorie escape to Glasgow
JTIic .chief tain -of the MacdonaJds follows
her in hot pursuit. At tho house ot Alex
andT Macmurtrio. who takes the joung
couple In. Rorie Snds hlmrelf face to face
"llh young Jamie, the laird ot Kllellan.
' CHAPTER XXII.
Macmurtrie Ponders the Problem,
l"D, now!" said Alexander
"A
Macmurtrie, when I ivas
settled In a chair in hl3 of
fice, all my melancholy of
lhe preious night .gone and my out
look, on life as it should be of a sunny
mornlrtgr, "let's have the story."
And the little stout lawjer. haWng
crAmmed Ills nose full of snuff, rubbed
his nanus together and settled himself
in his armchair, beaming with expecta
tlon. Previously he had sent Sniffles,
as Jie called the droning clerk, on some
errand, so e were alone.
1 loW my story from the coming of
Don John to our coming to Glasgow.
Macmurtrie'8 face as a thing to mar
icl at. He was now the astute coun
selor. Aa he sat there, listening, with
his Tiand set cup-like against a big ear.
n,odd!nK his head and grunting an occa
sional "hoot toot." his face became
shrewd., jnerrj. frowning, and aston
ished, uy turns, ao rapid were thes
changes that It Mas impassible to mark
Just what Impression m, tale made
upon htm, or if the frouns and gritn
aws were not all put on.
But when I came to the part about
JTarlposa's wedding with the Macdon
ald his interest was no longer doubt
ful, for he leaned forward to catch
very -ivurd. cautioning me at intervals
to'tak time, talc time." And when
I spoke, of Mariposa s. husband as the
"Chieftain of ttw Kying'' he stopped
me by flinging his arms In the air and
ervine.
'V'hat was I telling jou
I'm the
iiajuonaia maiva-iaw, an
's sure s
norndae is meal he'll be here In a wink.
Thls'll'tak a lot o" sorting, Rorie, for
the marriage Is binding binding. Scots
marriage'"
When I told him how MarIpoa had
nearly poisoned the wliole clan, his eyes
twinkled and he chuckled?
"What a blessing 1f she'd don it, or
Hea en had sunk their boat at the flood
And what next?"
"We ran awa that night as hard as
we cohld, ' I continued "Wo escaped
arid tool: to the hillH. and "
v:sb.r he almost shouted. "Right aft
r the wedding' Before " He beg.m
to shake In hi chair Ha was laughing
at the MnMonald's discomfiture, I
thought; hut. he buddenly whipped
around with a kind of inspired blaze in
his face.
"Look hpre. Rorie." he tald. Then he
hent forward and whispered In m car.
I know the blood rushed to my face, for
I had tried not to think of the possibility
of. wdat-he cskwl. I was trying to frame
b reply, when a great voice boomed up
the oilter stairway.
"Is Uss ta offJs of Mister Macmurtrie,
the man-a-7aw?'r
"I ken't it!" ,tasped the lawyer, drop
ping trom tho Gaelic. "Hay. Rorie get
ton Sniffles" stool an" keep yer back t'
"In. No a Word or there'll be blifiJ
shed.v J lost not sl .moment, for I, too. had
recognized the olce. It was the Mac
donaidV J" a second J- had climbed on
Sniffles' empty stool, and. quill In hand,
I be&ari" Scratch Imleslv in a big.
cpen 'hook Keeling that mv disguise
was' notMmr If not'peifoct, I pulled a
clout from mv nocket and at regular In
tervals 1 sniffed and mopped my nose.
, The MacDonald entered HVe a thun
derbolt, and dropped heavily Into. seat.
"D'ye tak' snuff r was the way the
lawyer opened the conversation.
"I want my wife!" bellowed tho Mac
donald. "Hoot, toot! I dldna ken ye were
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AUGHTER OF THE ARMADA ".
miOMMIMM MtMt;MMM
marrit." said Macmurtrla coolly, "is'l
as bad as a' that?"
"Ye ken. Ye ken fine!" roared the
Macdonald.
"YVhlsJbU" .said the lawyer, and I
could fepl that he was'rib"aaingtoward
me. "Let us speak The X3aellc,"-then
he added in that language: "The .clerk
will have ears." . , j
ave ears." 'It
fact thar the lawyer had.led the
into" thp language when. x was
xiie.
other
clearest to. me, appealed to me b.uite
strongly; apd only the clout smoth,crcd
an explosion of nasal mirth.
"He will be having a cold?" said the
Macdonald i suspiciously. 1
HeiwiiL" said IMacmurtrie. -"Arid
nowj iiacdonald speak out.". . " -
Thereafthe- -chleftsanof-.itlie Kylea
told his''- tale. ,of-tdtrialnWa love,
adornlnc ihe. stow wlth"''farIu1"'oath3
or'vengcancc. Tlad ho-ltnnrcn'-that the.
tale jvould ilia:
written? E V 1
lYhen-hls? Story twaa ended jthe'.hlef
brought down his fist with 3. bang, that
made'HUIe' MrTTacmurtrle Jump alfoot
from-. hl 1rhalr-.ii ' ''
"And. now; sirrth, as aTnan of law
J'ou.know.'JrusrJshts:". cried the Mac-
donaia. . v ., ,
"I do," sald-thotewycr, "to a hair."
"Then, where is my wife?"
"I never saw the fair lady In my life."
said the doughty Httlo man as coolly
as Ananias.
"What! By the head of my father '
"Probably a cooler head than yoors'
was the retort, "Listen to me, Macdonr
aid. If it Is Mistress Mariposa you
speak of, she is where you will never b
and where you cannot get her. She 18
not your wife, for the marriage was not
consummated, as the fjcots-law Jn this
ca.se would require. You hare the right
to take her if you can find her-vJO. find
her! Until then, she-is only,, your be
trothed wife." r .
"And you call yourself my- man-o-"
law?"'
"As you please." said Macmurtrie, "A
lawyer cannot be on tw o sides ot a case,
and the. side of Mariposa .retained me
first. A8'for,'b41nK-yonrmani)f Jaw
Sniffles!" cried Macmurtrie to"me, much
to my fright, "yon will bo pleased to
let Mister" Macdonald have his bill -for
legal services in the Tast. mciuain' sax
shillln's an eightpence for-
But that was as far as he had to go.
At the first hint of a bill tho Macdon
ald arose in indignant wrath and feari
and with a "Macmurtrie. ye will no
hate heard the last o' this!" he made a
hasty retreat from the office.
"Sniffles, be seated," said the lawyer
with a chuckle, "t never kenned a Hle
lan'man yet that could face a bill for
law. And. now," he added, resuming
the Gaelic, "where were we?"
I rapidly told him the rest of the story
of our adventures, which had latterlj
much to do with the man Bordeaux.
"A" strange man, as you say jouraeir."'
said Macmurtrie. "I owe him a bal
ance of 60 guineas, and they're well
earned, though he did not earn them,
sae by luck."
"But who is Bordeaux?" I asked, full
of curiosity.
"Heaven and maybe a few others,
knows.'' said the lawier. "I do not. 1
some times think he's some gentleman-
cast on ana while l would be sure he
is an actor, for he makes morn fnjih-
aoout poetry and the like than Is seem
ly in an uonest man. While he gets a
letter from London town, which comes
irom a. Droincr or m no in the lecal tiro.
feshlon. More than that J know not. It
Is neither our business nor mine, my
bit bill being paid by the said brother
In the legal profession. But he's an
airy lad. this Bordeaux, and a lament
able example. A vagabond tht day. a
gentleman the morrow. Trunk and hose,
ruffles and silk this week, and next
week his own mother wouldn't ken him
from a lumswetp in worsted and
bauchles. A strange roan, but a la
mentable example. And now for you.
I was to hear my own fate! What did
this astute little man, who seemed the
calm center of eery Btorm, plan for
poor Rorie?
"Yer father, Angus." said h jump
ing from the Gaelic td the vernacular
lr his queer way. "wan a braw man an
desertln. But yer mother was Black
JamieV sister. If soma oblcegln' Mac
donald had rammed a sklan-dhu Into
this young popinjay's parritch pot, you,
Rorie Mnclean, would ha' been laird of
Iwkllan. by the grace o' Argyll and the
permesslon o" his gracious majesty tlio
king, on whose head be blessings. This
laps o' yours minds me o' Mar," added
jiaijnurine, lowering nis voire.
The talkative little man suddenly
became silent and deliberately helped
"It was Just hack o' here," he whis
pered. " Lnngslde We could hear
the clamor an clash o" 'L Poor
Mary'"
He closed the snuff box and the sub
ject of the unfortunate Queen of Scots
with a decisive snap.
"As I was saying, the ways of
heaen are inscrutable. With this
popinjay alive and quartered in my
house, whero the wecmen-folk buzz
around him like bees In a bottle. Rorie
Maclean is landless. Therefore. I a
vise the sal Rorie Maclean to live at
oung jonnny Thornton's, gather a
soun beez'ness learning on a lawyer's
stool to wit, mine at four shfllln' a
week, an await the next turn o the
wheel."
'You mean that I must not co back
to Kllellan farm V I said., '
"Just, what, I say, lad." he said, sud
denly gavo. iYe have a' madehraw
mess a' 't though I'm no sSyTrr ye
didna do malr than heaven hasa right
to expect o- a man but it wad be
neither bonny nor wise for ya to go
ThcKecIcyCnrcS
33 years. Kemovcs all Atslre for drink
s drags. Biz v. Broad StPhlla.. Fa.
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THE-TI'MJES' DAILY SERIAL
back the noo. I'll this day awa masel'
t6 Kllellan. .an' If I dinna ding shame
an' sense Into their lugs for the
ba-arb'rous Jof they, are, ma name's no
Alexander Macmurtrie.
"AhH set things straight, an as" fac
tor Ah'll send young Jamie a bill for it
inai win raise a corpse, nut nere you
stay lad A wee bit book-learnin 'II no
y ,aa A wee Dlt book-learnin 'l
hurt, an' ye'll get the thlstlebloom
o yer towsy held. An' whiles ye'll
out
see
Mariposa, though Ah'll hae neither you
nor young "Jamie coortln" her till she
Is taken off my hands.
"Noo. there! he concluded, triumph
antly, "thats a guld mornln's beez'ness
done. Ah'm awa' tae tho courts o
law."
"But there's ono thing je havena,
told me," I said, and my heart was
going like a twig on a wlndv day. j. u? ,
"Aye, ae7" queried Macmurtrie. "re
garding "me with twlnkline eyes. "WHo"
ls this Mariposa hay? Hoot toot!" JieJ
K you und er-work your jaws
You over-work your stomach.
H you
enough
enough.
chewing
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So if you must swallow food hastily, let
this mint flavored morsel give refreshing,
improving relief to your poor, tired
digestion. Let it steadily, improve your
teeth and appetite.
BUY IT BY THE BOX
It coats lew of any dealer nd stays fresh until used.
HhSm
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STOKT
,! 't M ' I I t t H I I M
-chuckled, seeing the eagerness In my
ejes. "Is't as bad as a' that, lad?"
.Whoris uhc?" I almost pleaded.
"Her' grandfather." he 'said." solemn-'
,Ij-.""I8 as far us i linow. Doh Alvar y
-This- Placer y -Thartr Place and v tho
Next Place. HU son was, Don John y
All the Other Places. It was this son"
that was to be found, or his ad fate
determined. It seem. Rorie, there's a
wheen o sillar, besides the y places
for somebody. .As far as I know
though there was no .thought of his
being married and father of descend
ants your Mistress Mariposa has more
y's and sillar to her, name than it Is
fair to oxpoct-' a glrHof her years to
and hero the nawkv Utile.
man fiUcd .his nose with snuff, till the
cneery prnamenjtwas like to burst, "if
she Is tho laeri I take her to be. She
will be thlnlfJHg nonCthe less "ofTier
Rorie on -that account; '-Now," he-add
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dont chew your food
you don't make saliva
Digestion needs it. This
dainty supplies
Look for the spear
Avoid, imitationa
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wyyrisni, ii i-ranK a. Aiunsey company) ,
H H M I H t H
ed In liis Glasgow tongue, "rih awa
cot tae Glesca Green an' mak', yer bow
V the-leddies." v
r And wth' no more ado, ( Alexander
'Macmurtrle''snatched up a -bag- full of
books and papers and dashed -aw ar to
the courts of law and justice, leaving
Rorie Maclean with the fiddle of his
heart turned up to a cheery pitch.
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A Continuation of Thin Story Will
Be Foond In Tomorrow's
Inane of The Times.
Kissing Prohibited.
MONTGOMERY. Ala,. Feb. l.-The
Montgomery sclool board today put
Into effect a rule prohibiting kissing
among the pupils of the public schools.
Tho ruling is an outcomo of the anti
tuberculosis, campaign.. .
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Rumors there had been a collision
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