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AH SHOW XOO T3QY5
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A DAUGHTER Of THE ARMADA Ste.
Synopsis of Preceding Chapters.
Don John, a refugee from the Spanish
Armada, Is befriended by young Ruile and
his father. Angus Maclean, brother-in-law
to Black Jamie, the Highland laird
ol Klleilan. Don Jhn meets Mistress
llary. the laird's daushterrnrho entreats
him to flee to safety. Ronald Macdonald.
chieftain of the Kyles. has discovered
Don John's love for Mistress Mary, and
In a fight Don John, kills a man and
hides in a cave.
Black Jamie Is murdered. Don John is
accused of being the murderer. Mlitrees
Mary deelro8 her father was murdered
b Macdonald of the Kyles. Black Archi
bald kills Macdonald. and also Don John.
as the latter Is eloping with Mlstreso
M4ry. who returns to live In the house
of Daft Leezle. where her child. Mari
posa. Is born. Her mother dies and
Mariposa grows up with Rone.
The Mardonalds have been at war with
the Campbells for fifteen y.ars. Now
making lor peace, the clans arrance to
meet In Klleilan Cattle at a Twelttb
nlght feast. Rorle suspects treachery and
' goes with Marlsopa to warn the Mac
donalda. Rorle learns that he has been
betraying his kinsmen to no purpose, as
treachery has been planned on both sides.
On signal during the feast, each Mac
j donald -will slay the .Campbell at his right.
.Rorle, wearing the tartan of the Macdon
aids. Is seated between' two of his own
people. Suddenly blades flash, and Camp
bells and j"Macdonald engage. Black
Archibald Is killed by Ronald Macdonald.
.Rorle and Marlsopa are taken prisoners
by the Macdonalds. the chieftain of
whom enslaved by Maricopa's beauty,
wishes to marry her. She consents. Rorle
at first believes It a trick to gain time,
then later has grave reasons to doubt
her. Overpowered and confined in a.
prison vault. Rorle discovers, through a
crack In the flooring, that he Is under a
hall, where preparations are being made
for Marlposa'a wedding feast. During the
ceremony and epecchmaklng Rorie lores
When he awakes the merrlnfent above
him has changed to. maudlin singing: ths
door of his prison is wide open and at .
prestrate'man on theT floor Rorle. nearly '
jnadVk waits until Mariposa should lea .'
the hall, which she dues alone. Coming
swiftly to him. she urges him to escape,
telle' him she has done all to save htm, .
and that she has poisoned the whole clan.
"With the aid of , Bordeaux, who. Rorle
.learns. Is In quest of Don John's child.
Mariposa and Rorle escape to Qlagow.
The chieftain of the Macdonalds follows
her.Sn hot pursuit. At the house of Alex
ander Macmurtrle. who takes the young
couple In. Rorle finds himself face to face
with youn5 Jamie, the laird of Klleilan.
f CHAPTER XXV.
The Valley of the Shadow.
IT will not ba my- purpose to set forth
all my doings In Glasf-ow. Some of.
tliem'I'Vould as Hef forgret "While
Bordeaux was a good friend to me,
his fantastic manners and polished
tilt gathered around him at the Sign of
the Xhnstle a company which sent me
home to Blind Johnny's many a t'mp,
a. little merrier than I' should have been.
For all' that, be was a help to me in
these days. He it was who Introduced,
which has enabled me to -write this his
tory; The further I read into the works
of Christopher Marlowe. Sir Philip Syd
ney. William Shakespeare. Sir Walter
Jrlaleigh. and Ben Jonson. the more I
seemed to understand Bordeaux.
Many a saying in these books would
suddenly stir up a memory of some
thlns my odd friend had said, until I
-was sure that his peculiar manner of
speech was but the outcome ofmuch
readings I -jrew to learn, also," that
books were not his only advantage, for
often- when he would utter a trite say
ing, and 1 would ask him from what
book he called it. be would answer:
"None, but from the lips of fat Ben."
or Will or Kit Marlowe, as the case
might be. From this I Judged that Bor
deaux had such personal intimacy with
these great men that he was privileged
to liear their works ere ever they were
ecnt to the printer. I know now that
such was the case, for in the new books
which 1 have liastened to purchase as
they came from Iondon. 1 have dis
covered sentences which Bordeaux had
tittered months aye. even years be
fore. In '"ith, the more I discovered of the
rr.diii the less I knew of him. Most of
the time he was a hare-brained fellow,
full of witty sayings and wise orations:
but there were whiles when he would
nc the yjery imp of mischief. He would
set Glasgow by the ears with ids con
duct. Sometimes he would turn town
crier and, ringing a bell to attract Jhe
attention of the good people, he would
parade the street', announcing amazing
disasters or issuing ludicrous proclama
tions. I remember one time that he appeared
in the town with a cartload of carrots,
which lie distributed free to the house
Mivea. who were less amazed by his
generosity than by the gallant speeches
vthlcn accompanieu eacu gut. un sucn
occasions ills garu would ue tnat of a
tinker, and none ever recognized in him
the gentleman who would presently
strut through the streets, sworded,
laced and feathered.
But one thing he did was nigh to the
undoing of him. The plague had ap
peared again in London, and the people
of Glasgow were in a bonny fright over
It. What should Bordeaux do but pro
claim through the town that "by order
of the King eacn una an sncuia cut on
tlic'r beards and "wear sackcloth for a
,.-. that the plague might be taken
. great at that time ttas the fear of
James turning- Catholic and so great
the Glasgow antipathy to hln Episcopal
tendency that Bordeaux's proclamation,
lielleved to be with authority, left the
"town In an uproar of Indignation.
I do not know what the upshot might
Ifavc been, for the craftsmen gave or
ders for the apprehension of Bordeaux
.But that strange fellow attired himself
as a gentleman, and. suddenly appear
ing 'In a post-chaise from Edinburgh,
lie said he denounced the proclamation
as a Papist! movement and the person
"known as' Bordeaux as a French spy.
Tliereaf icr." for a wecJc. Bordeaux, the
rcaramouchc. was absent, nnd my
rx)rd Mattock from Edinburgh" parail--.d
the streets with his note In the air.
That ma' have, been his name although
ilacmurtrie tofl me that It was not the
name by which "thn Lunnon hrlther o
the legal profession" addressed his let-
Despite his fallings, there were times'
when the real man shone out In Bor
deaux. In "the privacy of his room at
the Sign of the Thistle he was a grave
person with now and then an air of
despondency or anxiety. His room was
littered with books and fine clothes.
I there he would receive me with Quiet
courtesy ana orrer me his hospltaliy
with the manners of a modest prince.
These visits were source of much
benefit to me, for already the. fever to
learn was strong upon me, and It was
a delight to note how gravely, yet
Kinaiy. ne would listen to my opinions
of such books as he had loaned me to
read. He" would .correct me often and
show" me a deeper view of a thing.
Sometimes' he would laugh at a moment
when I was' sneaklns: most serkiuslv.
Then he -would quickly crave my pai
aon ana say tnat nc laughed to think
that I should prove such an apt pupil
and earnest reader.
In these days Bordeaux became a'
frequent vlsitorat the house In-Glas-,
gow Green. It was through him alone
that I heard of "Mariposa. She offeO
sent me a word which Bordeaux mag
nified into volumes of love's eloquence,'
u ne aia not deny, out or mischief, that
she had. mentioned my name at all. But
as the days went .on I heard no more
of Mariposa, and a silence.fell upon my
usually voluble" friend. It, puzzled me.
I could not helo thinking that he. too.
had fallen under the' spell. Bufmy
doubts were removed when ohe evening
he turned upon- me and said:
'Friend Rorle. it behooves you to be
on your guard if. you wed Mariposa. I
do love, myself, .and It hath taus-ht me
to rime and be melancholy; but there'
is worse n store ror you. twice nave
I seen the' merciless Macdonald; and
such be HIeland . pride that." the rebel
w1U;hot..eaVeGlssow'tjntfl ,. lie" has
his wife In' his' arms or his arms-upon
you. Mark me well, friend. Thrice Is
he armed who has his quarrel JusU
Where love is great the littlest doubts
are fears, and I fear me young Jamie
would cast a spell upon the lass.''
"I will'not believe it!" I said stoutly,
rememberlnr the brave, faithful lass
that she was.
"Believe it or no." said Bordeaux.
"Doubt that. the stars are Are and ye
will, but a woman is a woman, and
were all men absent but one. she would
only be less satisfied. Nay, scowl not.
lad: I would not sav that Marlnnun l
! Inconstant, but, thy presence Is. Good
nignt: sleep rock thv brain, and never
come mischance'between tis twain."
I lay awake that night listening to
my own troubled spirit In the sobbing
of Blind Johnny's fiddle. The old man
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had been growing ., rapldlv worse of
late -and the leech who came "at Intex
vals Wagged his head in decisive doubt.
Old Johnny did iot seem "to know he
was dying, for his delight 'in the fiddle
increased day by' day: It seemed as If
his spirit had already left his body and
was singing from the strlngsl But at
night he must have Blind W.illle. the
son,' rehearse all the. gossip of the mer
rymakers for whom-he had played that
evening. It was on the very night of
my converse with. Bordeaux that I
heard' the name of Mistress Mariposa
on the blind fiddler's lips.
A. friend of Alexander 'Macmutrie's
family she was, and a braw' lass, they
said, but If she was as bonny as her.
voice, said the 'blind- lad. she must in
deed be an angel. The said she was
the sweetest maid of the company, and
Blind "WHlle was sure of ;this. for he
had heard other women 'declare that
she was of ignoble birth a blackamoor
and a Papist. I could hear old Blind
Johnny chuckling over this. But for all
that. Mistress Mariposa, held her own"
and danced the minuet with the lalrd'of
Klleilan, .who afterward brought the
Iadv to 'him Blind "Willie anil she hail'
thanked the poor lad for' his stately.
It all sank Into my heartllke a poison
tipped barb. So she was Indeed the fine
lady. .Forgetting -my own endeavors In
the .world of books, I found myself
holding her in contempt, that she should
so swiftly learn to dance the minuet.
Presently they would be speaking- of
her beauty all over Glasgow, and some
how the thought did not stir my pride
Before going to Macmurtrle'a office In
the morning I betook me to Glasgow
Green. I walked paa the Macmurtrie's
house several times, in "the expectation
of, seeing, her. I do. not know ,to this
day why I went to the Green at all pave
that I was drawn by the fear' of seeing
her in young-Jamie's, company.
I do know that when "some -'time
had passed I suddenly became angry at
myself and at my unreasonable Jealousy
and marched up to the door of the
house. I gave the door knocker a stiff
rattle, and while I waited for a re
sponse I was trmnteri tn taka tn mv
heels. Why had I come here? What
did I want?
Before I could make off the door was
opened bv Mistress Macmurtrle herself.
I could see at a glance that she was
ill-pleased bv my visit.
"What! Malster Maclean?" she cried.
"I" have come to see Mistress Mari
posa," I said, sheepishly.
"Hoot toot!" said Mistress Macmur
trle. testily. "She will be abed."
"Abed?" I echoed, for it was by that
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9 of the clock. "Abed Will she be
"Allm' yoursel',' said the dame.
"The lass Is haeln' her beauty sleep for
the losses o' the ball. Forbye, It o tie,"
.she added in a kindlier tone, "the mals
ter will be away on your business and
he'll not.be taking it klndlj- that ye "
"I ken. I ken," I said, drearily. "I
will be saying good-day. Mistress Mac
murtrle. And if you will forget that I
forgot, ye will favor me much."
'".That I will, lad," she said, making
to shut -the door.
"And when Mistress Mariposa awakes
will- ye say that Rorle hopes that sho
Is well and happy 7' .
"Will that be forgetting. Malster
Rorle?" asked the dame with a twinkle.
"Ask that of Mariposa," I said, and
walked away, angry at myself, most
Nevertheless, I had kept a lookout for
my lass these days, and my thoughts
were not sweetened by the discovery, in-a-book
of travel, that Mariposa, in the
language of her Spanish fathers, .means
"butterfly." I was rewarded for espion
age as espionage deserved by one
sight of her. It was on a frosty morn
Intjr. She was mounted on a black
horse, cantering Into, the town- with
young Jamie riding close by her bridle.
He did .not .see . me, but Mariposa did.
It was only a glance,' but I saw In her
evea a start of recognition. Which as
quicky died out. Then she turned her.
neaq anu saia sometning 10 youru?
Jamie, which made him lean toward
her and smile.
I watched them, with Heaven only
knows what pain in my heart, until
the" horses had borne them out of sight.
Then I turned toward Macmurtrie's of
fice. The miserable Dersonwho called
himself William Mactlgg turned lan
guidly on his stool and smiled idioti
cally. .... -. . T
"An was uunKin ye was , -droned.
"Ah mindlt a guid yin Ah
wantlt ye tas re-e-cad me. When is a
man no a man?
When he la a fool!" I answered.
with sudden rage. With that I flung
the detested account books off the desk,
kicked the stool from under the un
fortunate Sniffles and was out in the
street before I knew that the fool had
asked me the riddle of myself and the
fool had answered it. I realized, too.
that I had forfeited the sympathy of
With no ntan In my mind save to put
some distance between me and Glas
gpw, I betook me to the Thistle in
search of Bordeaux. Not finding him
there,' I sullenly went to my lodgings
at Blind Johnny's. '
As I climbed the stairs I heard the
voice of the fiddle singing in a strange.
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unearthly manner. The moment I en
tered the house I knew that' something
was' amiss. , ! shall never forget the
picture of that room.
. Mistress Thornton, patient, sorrowful,
but dry-eyed, stood at the foot of the
.bed, looking at her man. Old Johnny
1X with the' fiddle lying loosely a-down
his breast and one feeble arm was
drawing the bow slowly back and forth.
The; vague, faint melody that he drew
frpm the strings seemed t strangely -in
keeping .with the light in the man's
face. His eyes were open and thev
were of a deep blue, as if the power of
sight had come to replace the usual
blank stare. By the side of the bed.
with his head in his arms, "knelt the
I stood In the middle of the room,
ashamed of my late childishness:
ashnmed to speak In the presence of
death: ashamed, that I should be there
at nil. But Mistress Thornton laid a
hand on my arm.
"My man's by wl't." she said simply.
I am glad ye has come. Ye will be a
',ve.' H.eSven helping me." I said".
Blind Willie arose to his feet and
groped for me. When I went to hlm-he
held both my hands and his sightless
eyes seemed to look deep into mine.
""You have eyes," he said. "Tou will
help my mlther."
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CHASE'S FRIDAT. FEBR&ARY 7. 2 O'CLOCK.
TOSCA With MART GARDEN
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LUCIA With TETRAZZINI
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A French Folly In Two Frolics.
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