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Pekln, China, Aupr. 17. Wu-Tlnji-FanR has been appointed ndviier- to the
Val-"Vu-Pn (board of foreigm affairs) at Pekln. "Wu was twice minister
from China ttt the 1'nlted States and '.u(n jtc retired from the diplomatic serv
ice 2nd returned to China it was belie. ed that he had been peiuianently rele
ZTated to private IIfe.jby the new administration at Pekln.. His re-entry Into
public service Ii regarded by those acquainted with affairs in China ax evi
dence thit the Chinese foreisfv office reconixes the need of a man of strenjrth
and foreign experience, oince the dismissal by the rejrent of Ynan-Shi-Kal.
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17, a barbecue and other outdoor sports
will be enjoyed. There will be danc
ing at the pavilion and everything is
being done by the committee to make
this year's fete a grand success. John
J. Sirdno and George A. Olney, of this
city, are on the committee. All Ari
zoniaras are invited to be at Venice
that day and enjoy the entertainment.
Plans are being made to accommodate
about 2000 people.
Mrs. N. Loyd, a former resident of
this place, died at her home in Dun
can. Mrs. K. Jennings and Mrs. Z. C.
Prina were nieces of the late Mrs. Loyd,
who was a member of Arcadia chapter,
O. E. S., of this place. Interment was
made in the Duncan cemetery.
D. D. Harkness has returned from
a visit to his family at Albuquerque,
X. M., and has joined the reconnais
sance parts', who are located in Stock
tor Pass estimating the timber on the
fast fnd of the fJraham mrtiintfl.lns. I
Mrs. Frank Gates, "of Globe, is the
gruest of her sister, Mrs. Peter An
derson, at the Anderson ranch, for a
R. J. Toung and family have re
turned from a year's stay at their ranch
of the Blue. They will -occupy the
Baptist parsonage until their home is
ready. Mr. Toung's position will ne
cessitate his staying In Clifton a large
part of tne time. Clara and Thelma
Toung will enter school here this win
ter. Mrs. William Ellsworth and children
have returned from a pleasure trip to
and Mrs. Horace Dunlap and
children, of Wilcox, were through
passengers to Globe, where they will
visit for a week .with Mrs. Dunlap" S
sons. Later they will visit their friend-?
in the valley. Mr. Dunlap was form
erly connectedwith the Bank of Saf
ford of this place.
Miss Zona Robinson has returned
from Camp Inception, where she has
been the guest of Mrs. R. S. Patter
son for the past month.
B. F. Thum went up to the camp, re
turning with his family, who have been
enjoying the breezes for the pasf'two
Mrs. TV. T. Webb, of Pima, met with
a painful accident while going from
Oak Flat to the Flume camp. Her
horse ran under a dead tree, brushing
! her from the saddle, breaking her arm
above the wrist.
j W. C. Clayton and Joe Brown have
I returned from am autemobile trip to
j Miss Georgia Holmsley, of Clifton, is
visiting -airs. A. u. JUcAllster, at Solo
monville. Arthur Tidwell and Albert Gillespie
have bought the interests of Mr. Moore
in the Palace ice cream parlor at Solo
monville. A son was born to Rev. B. F. Davis
and wifeat Mrs. Davis's home in Rog
ers, Ark. They will return to Saf
ford in about two weeks.
Mrs. Morg. Merrill, of Duncan, is vis
iting her mother, Mrs. E. Welker and
family this weok.
Judge T. S. Bunch has left for Cali
fornia, Where he goes for medical
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The breath of the wild north
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and life and hate and death.
Rex Beach and Jack London
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Boyd Emerson and his superhu
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Mildred Wayland, the imperious
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fisher hero, whose voice was
like the roar of giant waves on a
lee shores " Fingerless" Eraser,
whose quaint humor alone pre
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where he really belonged, and
Willis Marsh, unprincipled in
triguer and a betrayer of men
and women these are some of
the characters and elements that
make thts story one of the great
est tales of adventure ever writ
ten. CHAPTER L
rrpHHE trail to Kalvik leads down
I. I from the northward mountains
I 1 I over the tundra which flanks
L J the tide fiats, then creeps out
upon the salt ice of the river and
across to the village.
A Greek church, a Russian school
with a cassocked priest presiding aud
about a hundred houses beside the can
nery buildings make up the village.
Early one December afternoon there
entered upon this trail from the'tlm
berless bills far away to the northward
a wearj team of six dogs, driven by
The travelers had been plodding sul
lenly hour after hour, dispirited by the
weight of the storm.
"Fingerless" Fraser broke trail, and
Boyd Emerson drove.
"Another day like this and we'd both
be snow blind," observed Emerson
grimly as he bent to bis task. "But
it can't be far to the river now."
An hour later they dropped from
the plain down through a gutterlike
gully to the river, where they found a
trail, glass bard beneath its downy
covering. A cold breath sucked up
from the sea. Ahead they saw the
ragged ice upended by the tide. One
branch led to the village, which they
knew Jay somewhere on the farther
side, hidden by a mileor more or sift
The going here was so rough that
bcth men leaped from their seats and
ran beside the sled. They mounted a
swelling ridge and rushed down to the
level river ice beyond, but as they did
so they heard a shivering creak on
every side and saw water rising about
the sled runners. Emerson shouted,
the dogs leaped, but with a crash the
ice gave way. and for a moment the
water closed over him. "Fingerless"
Fraser broke through in turn, gasping
as the Icy water rose to his armpits.
Each man aimed to secure an inde
pendent footing, but the efforts of all
only enlarged the pooL Emerson shout
ed: "Cut the team loose, quick!" But
the other spat out a mouthful of salt
water and spluttered:
"I 1 can't swim!"
Whereupon the first speaker balf
swam himself through the slush to
the forward end of the sled and. seek
ing out the sheath knife" from beneath
his parka, cut the harness of the two
animals. Once free they scrambled to
safety and rolled in the dry snow.
Emerson nest attempted to lift the
nose of the sled up on the ice. shout
ing at the remainder of the team to
pull, but they only wagged their tails
and whined. Each time he tried to
lift the sled he crashed through fresh
ice. finally bearing the next pair of
dogs with him and then the two ani
mals In the lead. All of them became
Suddenly 'rang out a sharp command
uttered in a new voice. Out of the
snow fog fnm the direction in which
they were headed broke a team, run
ning full and free. Emerson marvel
ed at the outfit, having never seen the
like In all his travels through the
north, for each animal of the twelve
stood hip high to a tall man, and
they were like wolves of one pack,
gray and gaunt and wicked. A tall
Indian runner left the team and head
ed swiftly for the scene of the acci
dent. The man ran forward 'till he
neared the edge of the opening where
the tide had caused the floes to sep
arate; then, flattening his body on the
ice, be crawled out cautiously and
seized iiir .ivi doj; Carefully bt
wormed hi way backward to security
It bad been a ticklish operation, re j
quiring nice skill and dexterity, but
now that bis footing was sure the
runner exerted his whole strength, and
as the dogs scratched and tore for
firm foothold the sled came crunching
closer and closer through the half inch
skin of ice. Then be reached down
and dragged Emerson out, driPDini:
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and uerveless rrom his immersion,
get her they rescued the outfit.
The person in the sledge had watch
ed them silently, but now spoke in a
strange patois, and the breed gavo
voice to her words, for it was a wo
man. "One mile you go white man house
Go quick you freeze."
"Ain't you got no dry clothes? Our
stuff is soaked."
Again the Indian translated some
words from the girl.
"No. You hurry and no stop here.
We go quick over yonder. No can stop
He hurried back to his mistress.,
cried once to the pack of gray dogs,
"Oonah!" and they were off as if in
As they dashed past both white men
had one fleeting glimpse of a woman's
face beneath a furred hood, and then
it was gone.
"Did you see?" Fraser ejaculated.
"Good Lord! It's a woman a blond
"Nonsense! She must be a breed."
"Breeds don't have yellow hair!" de
clared the other.
Swiftly they bent in the free dogs
and lashed the team to a run. They
felt the chill of death in their bones,
aud instead of riding they ran with the
sled till their blood beat painfully.
Their outer coverings were like shells,
their underclothes were soaked, and.
although their going was difficult and
clumsy, they dared not stop, for this
Is the extremest peril of the north.
They swung over the river bank and
Into the midst of great rambling frame
buildings. Their trail led them to a
high banked cabin. Another mile
would have meant disaster.
"Kout out the owner and tell him
we're wet," said Emerson. "I'll free
Before be could reach the cabin the
door opened and Fraser appeared, a
strange, dazed look on his face. He
was followed by a large man of sullen
"If s no use," Fraser said. "We can't
"What's wrong? Somebody sick?"
"I don't know what's the matter.
This man just says nix,' that's all."
The fellow growled. "Yaas; Ay got
"But you don't understand," said
Emerson. "We're wet. We broke
through the ice. Never mind the
room. We'll get along somehow."
"You can't come in bar. You find
anoder house free mile furder."
The traveler pushed forward. Invol
untarily the watchman drew back.
whereupon the unwelcome visitor
crowded past, jostling bis inhospitable
host roughly. Emerson's quick action
gained him entrance, and Fraser fol
lowed behind Into the living room,
where a flat nosed squaw withdrew
before them. The young man address
ed her peremptorily:
"Punch up that fire and get us some
thing to eat. quick!"
Sour obedience followed.
Fraser bad been watching the fel
low and now remarked to his compan
ion: "Say, what ails that ginney?"
The assumption of good nature feli
away from Boyd Emerson as he re
plied: "1 never knew anybody to refuse
g belter to freezing men before."
The watchman reappeared.
"You can't stop har!" he said. "Ay
got orders. By Yingo, Ay trow you
He stooped and gathered up the gar
ments nearest him. then stepped to
ward the outer door, but before he
could make good his threat Emerson
whirled like a cat, his deep set eyes
dark with sudden fury, and seized his
host by the nape of the neck. He
jerked him back so roughly that the
wet clothes flapped to the floor in four
directions, whereat the Scandinavian
let forth a bellow, but Emerson struck
him heavily on 0e jaw with his open
hand, then burled him backward into
the room so violently that he reeled,
and, his legs colliding with a bench,
he fell against the walL His assail
ant stepped in and throttled bim. beat
ing bis head violently against the logs
Emerson, stepping back, spoke in a
quivering voice which Fraser had nev
er heard before:
"I'm just playing with you now. 1
don't want to hart you."
"Get out of my bouse! Ay got or
ders!" cried the watchman and made
for him again.
Emerson dragged him to. his own
doorslll. jerked the door open aud
kicked him. out Into the snow, then
barred tbe entrance and returned to
the warmth of tbe logs. bis face con
vulsed and his lips working.
When the slatternly woman bad
slunk forth and was busied at the
stove Emerson observed musingly:
"1 wonder what possessed that fel
low to act as he did."
"He said he had orders," Fraser of
fered. "If 1 had a warm cabin, a lot
of grub and a "squaw I'd like to see
somebody give me orders."
Their clothing was dry now, and
they proceeded to dress leisurely.
When they had finished their coffee
Emerson laid two silver dollars on the
table, and they left the house to search
out the river trail again.
The darkness was upon them when
they crept up the opposite bank an
hour later toward a group of shadowy
buildings. Approaching the solitary
gleam of light shining from the win
dow of tbe watchman's house, they ap
plied to him for .shelter.
"You cau't stop here," gruffly.
"The Spoilers" and
I "Is there a roadhouse near bv?"
"Try the next place below." said the
watchman hurriedly, slamming the
door in their faces and bolting it.
At the next stop they encountered
the same gruff show of inhospitality.
"I'll make one more try," said Emer
son between his teeth gratingly. "If
EMEKSON SEIZED HIS HOST BY THE NAPE
OP THE ItECK.
that doesn't succeed then I'll take pos
A mile farther on they drew up be
fore a white pile surmounted by a dim
ly discerned Greek cross, but their sig
nals awakened no response.
They wasted no words when, for the
fourth time their eyes caught the wel
come sight of a shining radiance in
"Unhitch!" ordered Emerson dogged
ly as he began to untie the ropes of
the sled. He shouldered the sleeping
bags and made toward the light that
filtered through the crusted windows,
followed by Fraser similarly burdened
But as they approached they saw at
once that this was no cannery; it look
ed more like a roadhouse or trading
post Behind and connected with it
by a covered hall or passageway
crouched another squat building of the
same character, its roof piled thick
with a mass of snow. Its windows
They mounted the steps of the nigh
building and without knocking flung
the door open, entering. With a sharp
exclamation an Indian woman regard
ed them round eyed.
"We're all right this time." observed
Emerson. "It's a store." Then to the
woman he said briefly. "We want a
bed and something to eat."
On every side the walls were shelved
with merchandise, while the counter
carried a supply of clothing and skins
"What you want?" demanded the
Boyd and Fraser. divesting them
selves of their furs, noticed that she
was little more than a girl a native
"Food! Sleep!" Boyd replied.
"You can't stop here," the girl as
"Oh. yes. we can." said Emerson.
The squaw called. "Constantine!"
The tall figure of a man emerged, ad
It was the copper hued native who
had rescued them frpm tbe river ear
b'er in the day. The Indian girl broke
Into a torrent of excited volubility.
"You no stop here." said Constan
tine. Making toward the outer door,
he flung it open.
"We've come a long way and we're
tired," Emerson argued. He faced the
Indian with bis back to the stove, his
voice taking on a determined note
"We won't leave here until we are
ready. Now tell your 'klootch' to get
us some supper. Quick!"
A soft voice from the rear of the
room baited the advancing Indian.
"Constantine." It said.
The travelers whirled to see. stand
ing out in relief against the darkness
of the passage whence the Indian had
just come a few seconds before, tbe
golden haired girl of the storm to
whom they bad been indebted for their
rescue. She advanced, smiling pleas
"These men no stop here!" cried Con
"I I beg pardon." began Emerson.
"We didn't Intend to take forcible pos
session, but we're played out we've
been denied shelter everywhere we
She addressed the Indian girl in
Aleut and signaled to Constantine. at
which the two natives retired.
"We're glad of an opportunity to
thank you for your timely service thfc
afternoon." said Emerson.
"Oh. that was nothing. I've been ex
peering you hourly. You see. Constat:
tine's little brother has tbe measles
and I had to get to him before the na
tives could give the poor little fellow
a Russian bath and then stand him ou'
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"If your er father" The girl
shook her bead.
"Then your husband I should like to
arrange with him to hire lodgings for
a few days. The matter of money"
Again she came to his rescue.
"I am the man of the bouse. I'm
boss here. You are quite welcome to
stay as long as you wish. Constantine
objects to my hospitality and treats all
6trangers alike, fearing they may be
"We throwed a Swede out on his
neck." declared Fraser. swelling with
conscious Importance, "and. I guess
he's 'crabbed us with the other square
"Oh. no! They have instructions not
to harbor any travelers. It's as much
as his job is worth for any of them to
entertain you.. Now. won't yon make
yourselves at home while Constantine
attends to your dogs? Dinner will
soon be ready."
He murmured "Gladly" and then
lost himself In wonder at this well
gowned girl living amid such surround
ings. Undeniably pretty, graceful in
her movements, bearing herself with
certainty and poise, who was she?
Where did she come from? And what
in the world was she doing here?
He became aware that "'Fingerless
Fraser was making the introductions.
"This Is Mr Emerson. My name is
French. I'm one of the Virginia
Frenches, you know. Perhaps you
have heard of them. No? Well, they're
the real thing."
Emerson forestalled her acknowl
edgement by breaking in roughly:
"His name isn't French at all.
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"That marshal wasn't after me."
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we're regular chums. Everybody
knows that. He wanted to give me
some papers to. take outside, that's
Boyd shrugged his shouldera indif
Their hostess, greatly amused, pre
vented any further argument by say
ing: "I suppose you are bound for the
"Yes. We intend to catch the mail
boat at Katmai. I am taking Fraser
along for company. It's hard travel
ing alone in a strange country. He's
a nuisance, hut he's rather amusing at
"I certainly am." agreed that cheer
ful person, now fully at his ease.
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showing them to a room she excused
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thiu lips Into a noiseless whistle, then
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ficient manhood and vigor fallura ever
, put together.
I think I owe It to my fellow m
to send them a copy in confidence sa
1 that any man anywhere who l3 weak
and discouraged with repeated failures
may stop drugging himself with harm
i ful patent medicines, secure what I
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tive. upaailding. SPOT TOUCHINa
remedy ever devised, and so cure him
self at home quietly an& quickly. Just
drop me a line like this: Dr. A. 2.
Robinson. 4049 Luck Building. Detroit.
Mich., and I will send you a copy f
this splendid recipe In a plain ordi
nary envelope free of charge. A, rreat
many doctors would charge $3.09 ta
$5.00 for merely writing out a presariB
Uon like this but I send It antirly
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