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Tuesday, April IS, 1911. THE LOQAH BEPUbLIOAN PAuE SEVEN - fbjbfl
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"l-l ANT, hey?" queried Cyrus
II I ot ""' l'0,1Bri'ssninn. "You
A wouldn't oe lpular nt our
i J perfect boarding house hack
home. There they servo Ilciunn hot
for breakfast nnd dinner and warm
hlra over for supper. All rich?: I can
The conversation wandered from
Buenos Aires to Frisco and back again
until the clears nnd coffee wcro rencu
ed. Then the congressman blew a
fragrant ring Into the nlr and from
behind It looked quizzically at Ills
"Well." he observed, "so far ns that
approprlntlon of yours l concerned"
He paused and blew n second ring.
Captain Cy stroked his beard.
"Um yes!" he drawled. "Now that
you mention It seems to mo there was
some talk of an npproprlntlon."
Mr. Everdenn laughed.
"I've been uiuklug Inquiries." bo
jrald. "I saw tho chulrmnu of the com
mittee on the pork hill. I know htm
well. He's a good fellow, but"
"Yes? I know. I've seen lot of poli
ticians like Hint. They're all good fel
lers, but If J wns in politics I'd
mako n luw to cut 'but' out of the dic
tionary."" "Well, this chap really Is a good fel
low. I asked nbout tho 30,000 for
your town. He asked mo why I didn't
go to the congressman from that dis
trict and not bother him nbout It. 1
sold perhaps 1 would go to tho con
gressman Inter, but I enmo to hlin
"Snrtlu. Same ns the feller with n
sick motlicr-ln-lnw stopped In nt tho
undertaker's on his wny to call the
doctor. All right; lieuvo ahead."
"Well, we bad u rnther long con
vorMitfou. I discovered that the Bay
port Item wnH originally Included In
the bill, but recently had been strick
i e.s, I see. Uncle Sum hod to econ
omize, bey save somethln'- for a rainy
"Woll. possibly. Still, the bill Is Just
ns heavy. .Now, Contain Whlttuker, I
don't know anything nbout this affair,
mid It's not my business, but I'vo been
nbout today, nnd I asked questions,
mid I'm going to tell you n fairy tale.
It Isn't ns Interesting lis your sen
yarns, but Do you like fnlry sto
ries?" "Laud, yes! Tell u few myself when
It's necessary. Sometimes I nliuost be
lieve 'em. Woll?"
"Of course you must remember thls1
is a fairy story. Let's suppose thnt
onco on a, time Hint's the wny they
nlwnys begin onco ou n time there
wns n grent man, great In his own
country,- who wns sent nbrond by bis
peoplo to represent them among tho
rulers of tho land, so in order to typ
ically represent them ho dressed In
glnd and expensive raiment, went
about In dignity nnd"
"And whiskers. Don't leave out the
"All rlght-and whiskers. And It
camo to pass that tho people whom ho
represented wished to cr bring about
n certain needed Improvement lu thelt
their bcnutlful and enterprising com-
"Sho. sho! How natural that sounds!
. You must bf n mind render." I
J "Nil hut I Iiiim to make speeches In
ni own community occasionally. Woll,
the peuplo asked their great man to
j get the money needed for this Improve
ment from the rulers of the land afore
mentioned. And lie wns nt first nil'
! enthusiasm, mid upon the-the parch
ment scroll where such mntters aro In
scribed were written tho namo of the
beautiful and enterprising community
ami the sum of money It asked for.
nnil the ileal was ns good ns made.
Excuse the modern phraseology. My
, fairy Hugo got mixed there,"
"Never mind. I can get tho drift
Just us well inuybo better."
"And the deal wbb us good as made.
But before tho voto was tnkeu another
chop enmo to tho great mnn and said:
Look here! I want to get nn appro
I prliillon of. sny. .WO.OOO to deeiien nnd
Improve n river down lu my stntc'-a
1 southern stnto wo'll siiy 'I've been to
I Uie ohnlrmnn of the pork bill commit
tee, nnd he says It's Impossible. The
bill simply can't bo loaded any further.
But I find thnt you bnve an Item lit
them for deepening and Improving a
harbor buck in your own district.
Why don't you cut that item out
shove It over until next year? You
run easily find a satisfactory explnnn-
tlon for your constituents. And you
want to remember this Tho Improve-
incut of this river means thn the-the
1 -well, a certain sugar growing com
pany can get their stuff to market at a
' figure which will send ita stock up and
up. And you are snirt to own a consid
erable amount of that stock. So why
riot drop the harbor Item and substi
tute my river' slice? Then'- Well, I
guess that's. the end of tho tale."
Ho paused and relit his cigar Cap-
lulu Cy thoughtfully marked with his
fork ou the tablecloth,
nuinl" ho grunted, 'That's a very
Intcrestln' yarn. Yes, yes; don't know's
I ever beard a more luterestin' one. I
priMtm iikcij tncre ain't a nine of
rof that It's true?'
"Not an ntom. I told you It was a
fairy tnle. And 1 mustn't bo quoted
ta the matter. Honestly, tho most of
It Is guesswork at that. But perhaps a
'committee of one' dropping a hint at
home might at least arouse somo un
comfortable questioning of a certain
grent mnn. That's about nil, though.
Proof Is quite another thing."
The cnptnln pondered. Ho was fully
aware that the unopulurlty of tho
"committee" would nullify whatever
good Its hinting might do.
"Humph!" he grunted again. "It's
one thing to smell a rat and another
to nail Its tall to the floor. But I'm
mighty obliged to you, all tho same.
And I'll think It over hard. Say, I
can see one thing you don't tnko a
very big sblne to Heman yourself 1"
"Not too big, no. Do you?"
"Well, I don't wake up nights and
cry for him."
"That's characteristic," lit said.
"You lTavo your own way of putting
things, captain, and it's hard to bo im
proved ou. Atkins has never dono
anything to me. I Just I Just don't
like him, that's all. Father never liked
him cither In tho old days, and yet,
nnd It's odd, too, he was tho means of
the old gcntlcump's tnnking tho most
of his money." '
"He? Who? Not Heman?"
"Yes, Hemuu Atkins. But bo far as
that goes father started hlra toward
wealth, I suppose. At least ho was
poor enough beforo tho mluo wns sold."
"What aro you talkln about? Ho
mnn got his start tradtu' over In the
Bouth seas, scllln' the Kanakas glass
beads and calico for pearls and copra
two cupfuls of pearls for every bead.
Anyhow, that's tho wny the ynrn
"I cnu't help that. Ho was Just a
common sailor who hud run away from
his ship aud was gold mining In Call
fornla. And when ho nnd his partner
struck It rich father borrowed money,
headed a company and bought them
out. That initio wus the Excelsior, and
It's Just ns productlvo toduy as It ever
was. I rather think Atkins must be
very sorry he sold. 1 suppose, by
right, I should bo very grateful to your
"Well. 1 do declare! Sho, sho! Alu't
that funny, now? He's never said a
word about It at home. I don't be
lieve there's a soul lu Bayport knows
that. We all thought 'twas south sen
tradtu' that boosted Heman. And your
own dad! I declare, this Is a smalt
"It's odd father never told you about
It. It's one of the old gentleman's pet
stories. Ho came west In 1850 aud
was running a little shipping storo In
Frisco. He met Atkins nnd tho other
young sailor, his partner, beforo they
left their ship. They were lu tho
store, buying various things, uud
father got to kuow them pretty well,
Then they ran away to tho diggings
you simply couldn't keep a crew In
those times and he didn't see them
again for a good while. Then they
enme In one dny and showed him
specimens from a claim Otoy hnd buck
i In the mountains. They were mighty
good specimens, uud what they suld ,
about i he claim conviorcd father that
they hail n valuable proper!. So he
1 wont to iice a few well to do friends
I of his. mill the outcome was thnt a
' party was made up to go and inspect.
The young fellows were willing to sell
I out, for It was a quartz winking, anil
. they hadn't the inonoj to tarry it on
"The Inspection showed thnt the
claim was likely to bo even better
than they thought, so, after some bur-
I gnlnlng, the ileal wns completed. They
sold out for $75,000. nnd It wns the
best trnde father ever miiile. He's so
proud of Ills Judgment uud foresight
lu making It that I wonder; fie never
1 told you tho story."
, "He never did. When was this?"
"In '&!. What?"
'I didn't seak. The dale seemed
kind of familiar to tne, that's all
Seem's as If 1 heard It lecent. but 1
can't remember when. Sevonty-llva .
thousand, hey? Well, thnt wnn't so
bad. wns It? With thut for u nest egg.
no wonder Helium's mniiiiged to hatch
n pretty respectable brood of dollars." i
"Oh. the whole seventy-five wasn't I
Ills, of course. Half belonged to 111'
partner. But the poor devil didn't live
to enjoy It. After the nrtlcles were
signed and before tho money w-as paid
over he was taken sick with a fevel
"Hey? Ho Old? With a fever?"
"Yes, bill he left a pretty good leg
acy to Ills heirs, didn't he? For a com
mon sailor or second mate I believe
that's what he wos-KtV.500 Is doing
well. It must have come us u big
surprise to them. The whole sum wu
paid to Atkins, who- What's th
mutter with you?"
Cnptnln Cy wns leaning buck In hi
chair He was as white ns the table
"Are you III?" asked the congress
man anxiously. "Tnke some wnter.
Shall I cull"-
Tho captain waved his bund.
"No. no!" he stammered. "No! I'm
all right Do you -for tho Lord's sake
tell me this! What was the iiiimo ol
this partner that died?"
"Ir. Kverdcon looked curiously n,t hU
friend before he answered.
"Sure you're nol sick?" he asked,
"Well, all right. The partner's r.uuiel
Why. I've he.ird It often enough. It'n
on the deed of sale thnt father Inu
frnintsl In his room ut home. Th'e old
gentleman Is ns proud of thnt ns nny
thing In tho house. The name was
"For Cod sake." cried Cnptnln Oy
"don't say 'twits Johu Thiycr, 'cause
If you do I shan't belie o It."
"That's what it was-John Thayer.
How did you guess? Did you know
1 him? I remember now thqt be wa '
Hnutner aovrn caster, irse Artirw."
The cnptnln did not answer He
clasped bis forehead with both hands
and leaned hU elbows ou the table.
Evcrdcnn wus plainly alarmed.
"I'm going to call a doctor," he be
gan, rising. But Captain Cy wnved
htm back ugnlu,
"Set still!" be .ordered. "Set still. 1
tell you! You say tho whole seventy
five thousand was paid to Heman, but
that John Thayer signed the bill of
sale afore he died ai half partner and
your dnd's got the original deed and
nnd he remembers the wholo busi
ness?" "Yes, he's got the deed-framed. It's
on record, too, of course. Ilcmembcrs?
I should say ho did! He'll talk for a
week on thnt subject If you glvo him
Tho captain sprang to his feet. His
cbnlr tipped backward and fell to the
floor. An obsequious waiter ran to
right It, but Cnptnln Cy paid no at
tention to him.
"Where's my coat?" ho detaunded.
"Where's my cont nnd hat?"
"What alls you?" asked Evcrdean.
"Aro you going crazy ?"
"Gobi' crazy? No, no! I'm goln' to
California When's tho next twin?"
milK Hon Heman Atkins sut In
the library of his Washington
homo beforo n snapping log
lire reading n letter. Mr. At
kins bad, as ho would huvo expressed
It, "served his peoplo" In congress for
so many years that ho had long "since
passed the hotel stngo of living nt the
capital. Ho rented a furnished house
on an eminently respectable street, and
tho polished doorplato boro his namo
la uncompromising characters.
Tho library furnlturo was solid and
dignified. Its buslncssllko appearance
Impressed tho stray excursionist from
tho Atkins district when bo or sho vis
ited the great mnn in whoso affairs we
felt such a personal Interest. Partic
ularly Impressive and .slgntllcaut were
a map of the district hanging over the
congressman's desk aud an oil paint'
Ing of tho Atklus mansion at Bayport.
which, with the Iron dogs mid urns
conspicuous In its foreground, occupied
tho middle of the largest wall space.
The cheery lire wns very comforting
on a night like this, for the sleet wus
driving ngnlust the wlndywpniic. the
sidewalks were unkle deep lu slush,
and the wet, cold wind from tho Po
tomac wns whistling down the street
Somewhere about the house an tin
fastened shutter slammed In the gusts.
Mr. Atkins should have beeu extremely
comfortnblo us he sut there by the lire.
no had spent many comfortable win
ters lu thut room. But now there wns
n frown on his face as he rend the let
ter lu his hand. It wns from Simpson
I and stated, among other things, thnt
I'Cyrus Whlttnkcr hnd been absent from
' Bnyport for over two weeks and that
uo one seemed to know where he hud
gone. "Tho iden seems to be that-he
started for Washington." wrote Tad,
"but If that is so it is queer you haven't
seen him. I am suspicious thnt he Is
up to something about that harbor
business. 1 should keep my cyo peeled
If I wns you.
Alleln, thu Atkins' hopeful, rustled
Into the room,
"Pnpn," she snld. "I've coiuo to kiss
j ou good night "
Her father performed the ceremony
In a perfunctory wny.
All right, nil right," he snld. "Now
run along to bed and don't bother me;
there's a good girl. I wish," he added
testily to the housekeeper, who hud fol
lowed Alicia Into the room-"l wish
jorTd see to thut loose blind. It makes
me nervous. Such tilings ns thnt
should be attended to without specific
orders from mo."
The housekceier proml-cd to ntleiid
to the Mind. She and the girl left the
library. Heman reread the Simpson
letter. Then he dropped It lu his lap
uud sat thtnklng linil twirling his eye
glasses nt the end of their black cord.
Ills thoughts seemed to be not of
the plcasuiitest. The lines about his
mouth had deepened during the lust
few mouths. He looked older
The telephone bell fang sharply. Mr.
Atklus came out of his reverie with n
' stiirt. arose mid walked uciokh tho
room to the wnll whore the Instrument
1 hung It was before the dnys of. the
convenient desk phone, lie took the
rei-elw-r from In hook mid spoke Into
Ilelliir' he said "Hello: Yes. yes!
8.il' rliiKlna What Is It?"
I wire buzzed and purred in the
inrin Hello!" said a voice. "Hello,
iheie' s this .Mr. Atklus" house";"
esj It l. What do ii want?"
Ile? Is this where the Hon. He
I., in V l!;ln4 lli-i '''
-es. jes. I tell j on' This Is Mr. At-kin-,
speaking Wliul do you want?"
Oil! Is thut you, Hemuu? Tills
U Wblllaker-Cy Whlttnker Under
stand?" Mr Atklus understood Yet for nn
Instant he did not reply He had been
thinking as he sut by the tire of cer
tain persons and certain ugly though
remote possibilities. Now. from a
mysterious soinowliere. one of those
persons wns speaking to him. The
hand holding the receiver shook mo
mentarily. "Hello! I sny. Hemnn, do you un
derstand? This U Whlttnker tulkln'."
"1-er understand," wild the con
gressman slowly. "Well, sir?"
"I'm hero in Wnshln'ton."
"I tin vi been Informed that you were
In the city Woll. sir?"
"Oh. knew I was here, did you? Is
thnt so? Who told you? Tntl wrote,
I suppose, hey?"
The congressman did not reply Im
mediately. This uiuti, whom he dis
liked nitre than any one else In the
world, hnd nn Irritating faculty of put
ting his finger ou tho truth. And tho
flippancy lu the touo waa maddening.
Mr. Atklus was not used to flljipuncj.
i ocnerc i um nm cnncii uiun to
lcloo my cuurco of Information
he said, with chllllng,dlgnlty. "It ap
pears to have been trustworthy. 1 pre
sume you have phoned me concern
ing the appropriation mutter. I do not
recognize your right to Intrude In that
affair. nnd I shall decline to discuss
it. Yes, Sir; to my people, to those
who havo a right to question. I nm
and shall always be willing to explain
my position, flood night."
"What! Hello. Hold ou n minute.
Don't get mad, Heiuan. 1 only want
ed to say Just n wont. You'll let me
say a word, won't yon?"
This wns more llko It. This was
more nearly tho tone In which Mr. At
kins was wout to bo addressed. It
was possible thnt tho mnn, recognizing
the iisclessncss of further opposition,
desired to surrender.
"I cannot," declared the honorable,
"understand why you should wish to
speak with me. Wo bnve very little
In common, very little, I'm thankful
to sny. However, I will hear you
briefly. Go on."
"Much obliged Well, Hcmnu, I
only wnnted to sny thnt I thought
mnybe you'd better bnve a little talk
with me. I'm heru at tho hotel, the
Ilegcnt. You know where 'tis, I pre
sumo likely. I guess you'd liotter como
right down nnd seo mo."
Hcmnu gnsped. nctunlly gnsped with
"I hnd better como and seo you? I
Well, sir well! 1 nm not accustom-ed"-
"I know, but I think you'd better,
It's dirty weather, and I'vo got cold
somehow or other I nln't feelln' qnlto
up to tho murk, so I cal'lato I'll stay
In port much ns I can. You como
light down. I'll be In my room, and
tho hotel folks 'II tell you where 'tis.
I'll bo wnltln' for you."
Mr. Atklus breathed hard. In his
present frame of mind ho would have
liked to deliver n blnst Into thnt trnns
THE JIM'MVKK KKMi I'llOU Till! COSOItlNB
mltter which would cnusu the person
nt the other end ot tho line to shrivel
under Its bent. But ho wns a politi
cian of long training, and tic uuew
that such blasts were sometimes ex
pcmlw treats It might be well to
hear what bis enemy had lo sny. But
ns to going to see lit ill 1 1 in t wus out
of the question.
"1 do not." ho thundered "I do not
care to continue this conversation. If
.-If you wish to teo me. after what
lias taken place between us, I am will
lug. In spite of personal repugnance,
to grunt jou n brief Interview. My
servants will admit you here at 1)
o'clock tomorrow- morning. But I tell
you now- thnt jour Interference with
this upproprliilloti mutter is as useless
as It Is ridiculous and Impudent. It Is
of a piece with the rest of jour con
duct." "All light. Hciunn, nil right," wus
the culm answer. "1 don't suy jou've
got "to come. I only say I guess you'd
better. I'm goln' bnck to Bnyport to
niorrer curly. And If I wns you I'd
como and see me tonight."
"I have no wish to see you. nor do
I en re to talk with jou further. Thut
"Mnybe It nln't nil appropriation."
"Then I cunuot understnud"
"I know, but 1 understand I've
come to understand couslder'ble many
things lu the Inst fortul't. There! 1
can't holler into this machine iiuy long
er. I've bis'ii clear out lo Frisco and
hack lu eleven days, uud I got cold In
those blessed sleeplu' inrs. I"
The receiver fell from the congress
man's band. It wns a difficult object
to pick up ngulu. lleinaii groped for II
lu u blind, slruugejy Inadequate wny.
et he wished to reeover It very much.
"Walt! Walt!" he shouted anxiously !
,"111 diopped the- Are you there.
Whlttnker? Ail you Oh, jes! I
didn't- Did you s.ij cr -Frisco?"
"Yes, Sun I'niuelsco. Culifornlu l'w
been west ou a little cruise. Had mi
Interestln' time. It's nn Intercstlir
place. Don't you think so? Well, I'm
korry you can't come. Hood night."
"Wnll!" faltered thogiciu limn "I -I
let me think. Cyrus I do not wish
to Nccm cr nrrogant In this matter.
It Is not usual fur me to visit m.
constituents, but -but-1 have no en
gageinent this evening, and you are not
well, nnd Hello! Ale )ou th. ie?
Hello! Why, under the circumstances
I think- Yes, I will come I'll come
- or-at once "
The telephone euublcs oue to procuro
a cab In a short time. Yet to Hcinan
Atkins that cab was years In coming.
Ho paced the library floor, his hand to
his forehead and bin brain whirling. It
touldn't bo! It must bo a coincidence!
no had bean nn idiot to display hie
igltatlon aud surrender o weakly. And
vet aud vet
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