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ANOTHER "HOL.Y ROLLER'
1 STARVES IX LOS AXGELES
Los Angeles, Calif, Aug-. 26. Alice
Griffin, the 16 year old girl member of
the Holy Holler band of religious fana
tics Jwho voluntarily starved themselves
recently, died Thursday in the county
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of the girl, the remaining men?bers of
the party, are expected to recover.
O rKACTICAL-tf l A
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Synopsis of Previous Chapters. -
Boyd Emerson and '-Fingerless" Fm--r.
antr TTnivilv Alaska, and meet' A
young white woman, Cherry Malotte, '
who shelters them.
Cherry describes the salmon fisheries
and Marsh, the unscrupulous head of
the Kalvik canneries.
Cherry owns a cannery site. Emer
son, George Bait and she go Into part
nership. Emerlson describes ibis fail
ure to "make good" In Alaska.
Emerson kisses Cherry goodbye.
Bait. Fraser and Emerson , nearly lose
!,-.?,. Hvo; in Kntmai nass and miss
the steamer at Katmai on their way
out to get capital.
After "dreadful privations they catch
the boat at Kadiak and are soon en
route for Chicago. Emerson seeks Miss
(Cintinued From Yesterday.)
"Are you going to Chicago?" George
"Sure, -we've got to put this cannery
deal over," the crook sighed luxurious
ly and began- to blow smoke rings.
"Pretty nice train, ain't it?"
"Yes,"- ejaculated Emerson, undecid
ed wnetiier ro De pieasea or ungereu
at the fellow's presence. "Which Is
"This one same as yours. I've got
the drawing room."
"What are you going to do in Chi
cago?" "Oh, I ain't fully decided yet, but 3
might do a little promoting. Seattle
Is too full of Alaskan snares."
The younger man shook his head.
"You are impossible." said he, "and
vet I can't helD likinsr you."
In Chicago, as In Seattle. Fraser ac
companied his fellow" travelers to their
hotel and would have registered him
self under some high sounding alias
except 'for a whispered threat from
Promptly at 4 o'clock Emerson call
ed a cab and"was driven toward the
north side. As the vehicle- rolled up
Lake Shore drive the excitement under
which he had been laboring for days
increased until he tapped his feet nerv
ously, clinched his gloved fingers and
patted the cushions as if to accelerate
the horse's footfalls. Would he never
The vehicle drew up at last before
one of the most pretentious residences,
a massive pile of stone and brick
fronting the lake with what seemed
to him a singularly proud and chilling
aspect. During the moments that he
waited he found his body pulsating to
the" slow, heavy thumping of his heart;
then a familar face greeted him.
"How do. you. do, Hawkins!" he
heard himself saying as a liveried olc
man ushspa iiin in. "Is Miss Way
"Yes, sir; she is expecting yon. This
Boyd followed, thankful for the sub
dued light which might conceal bis
agitation. He knew where they were
going; she bad always awaited him id
the library, so it seemed.
Hawkins held the portieres aside,
'and Boyd heard their velvet swish at
his back, yet for the briefest instant
he did not see her, so motionless did
she stand. Then he criedsoftly:
'My lady!" and strode forward.
"Boyd! Boyd!" she answered, and
1 came to meet him, yielding herself to
his arms. She lelt his heart pounding
( against herp like the heart of a run
' ner who has spent, himself at the tape,
J felt his arms quivering as if from
great fatigue. For a long time neither
tfD so all your privations and
hardships went lor nothing,"
said Mildred 'Wayland when
Boyd had recounted the his-
-tory of his pilgrimage into the north.
"Yes," he replied; "as a miner I am
a very wretched failure."
She shrugged her shoulders in dis
"Don't use that term!" she cried.
"There is no word so hateful to me
as 'failure I suppose because father
has never failed In anything. Let us
say that your success has been de
layed." "Very well. That suits me better
.also, but you see I've forgotten how
to choose nice words."
They were seated in the library,
where for two hours they had remain
ed undisturbed, Emerson, talking rap- J
idly, almost incoherently.
"And you did all that for me," sle
mused. "I wonder if any other man
I know would take those risks just for
"Of course. Why, the risk, 1 mean
the physical peril and hardship and
discomfort, don't amount to that" He
snapped his fingers. "It was only the
I unending desolation that hart; it was
the separation from you that punished
me the thought that some luckier fel
"Nonsense!" Mildred was really in
dignant "I told you to fix your own
time, and I promised to wait Even if
I had not care'd for you 1 would have
kept my word. That is a Wayland
principle. As it is, it was compara
"Then you do love me, my lady?"
I He leaned eagerly toward her.
"Do you need to ask? she whisper
ed from the shelter of his arms. "It
is the same old fascination of our girl
and boy days. Do you remember how
completely I lost my head about you?"
She laughed softly. "I used to think
you wore a football suit better than
anybody in the world! Sometimes 1
suspect that It is merely that same
girlish hero worship and can't last.
But it has lasted so far. Three years
is a long time for a girl like me to
wait Isn't it?"
"I know, I know!", he returned jeal
ously. "But legions of men are courting you.
Oh, I know. Haven't I devoured so
ciety columns by the yard? The pa
pers, were six months old. to be sure,
when T got them.ibut every mention
of yonghvas just like a knife stab to
me. I used to torture iny lonely soul
with pictures of you. You were never
out of mind for an hour. My days
were given to you. and I used to pray
that my dreams might hold nothing
but you. You have been my fetish
from the first day I met you, and my
worship has grown blinder every hour,
Mildred. Oh. my lady, hoV beautiful
And indeed she was, for her face, or
dinarily so imperious, was now softly
alight; her eyes, which other men
found cold, were kindled with a rare
warmth of understanding; her smile
was almost wistfully sweet
He recalled how excited he (had been
in that faraway time when he bad
first learned her Identity, for the name
of Wayland was spoken soundingly in
the middle west In the early stages
of their acquaintance he had looked
upon her aloofness as an affectation,
but a' close intimacy had compelled a
recognition of it as something wholly
natural. He found her as truly pa
trician as Wayne Wayland. her father,
could wish. The old man's domain was
.greater than that bf many princes, and
his power more absolute. His only
daughter he spoiled as thoroughly as
he ruled his part of the financial world,
and willful Mildred, onceshe had taken
an interest in the young college man so
evidently ready to be numbered among
her lovers, did not pause half way,
but made her preference patent to all
and opened to him a realm of dazzling
And when he had graduated how
proud of her he had been! How little
he had realized the gulf that separated
them, and how quick had been his
It was Wayne Wayland who had
shown him his folly. He had talked
to the young engineer kindly, if firmly,
being too shrewd an old diplomat to
fan the flame of a headstrong love
with vigorous opposition.
"Mildred is a rich girl," the old
financier had told Boyd, "a very rich
girl, one of the richest girls in this
part of the world, while you. my boy
1vhat have you to offer r'-
"Nothing! But you were not always
what you are now,'' Emerson had re
plied. "Every msm has to make a
start When you married, you were
as poor as I am."
"Granted! But I married a poor
girl from my own station in life. For
tunately she had the latent power to
develop with me as I grew, so that wc
kept even and I never outdistanced
her. But Mildred Is spoiled to begin
with. I spoiled her purposely to pre
vent just this sort of thing. SheN Js
bred to luxury, her friends are rlcn.
and she doesn't know any other kind
And so It was that Boyd Emerson
had gone to Alaska, to the Klondike,
to win a fortune and thus to win the
girl he loved. He fixed his own time
for returning, and so it was that Mil
dred Wayland had awaited him.
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If todayi'after three years of depri
vation, she seemed to him more beau
tiful than ever the interval having
served merely to enhance her charni
and strengthen the yearning of his
heart she seemed in the same view
still further removed from his sphere.
His story finished, Boyd went on to
tell her vaguely of his future plans,
and at last he asked her, with some
thing less than an accepted lover's
"Will you wait another year?"
She laughed lightly. "You dear boy.
I am not up for auction. This is not
the 'third and last call.' I am. not sure
1 could induce anybody to take m
even if 1 desired." ,
"I read the rumor of your engage
ment in a San Francisco paper."
She mentioned a number of names,
counting them off on her finger tips.
"Then, of course, there are the old
j standbys, Mr. Macklin, Tommy Tur
ner, the Lawton Doys"
iAnd Alton Clyde!"
"To be sure; little Alton, like the
; brook, runs on forever. He still wor
ships you, Boyd, by the way."
"Is there any one in particular?'
Boyd demanded. -
Miss Way land's hesitation was so
brief as almost to escape his notice.
"Nobody who counts. Of course father
has his predilections and insists upon
engineering my affairs in the same
way he would float a railroad enter
prise, but you can imagine how roman
tic the result is
"Who is the Tavored party?" the
young man asked darkly.
"Really it isn't worth discussing.
Do you remember when I offered to
give it all up and go with you, Boyd?"
"I have never forgotten for an In
stant" "You refused to. allow it" "
'iCertainly! I had seen too much of
your life, and my pride figured a. bit
also. But I am going to have yotu' He
drew her to him tenderly. "You are
going to be my wife." He repeated
the words softly, reverently, "My
(To Be Continued.)
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1 HOSPITAL STDfDAY
New York, Aug. 26. Mayor Gaynor's
recovery has advanced to the -Stage
where he is beginning to make plans
for picking up municipal business
where he left it 16 days ago "when hj
No date for the mayor's discharge
from St. Mary's hospital, Hbboken, has
been fixed, but Sunday is now spoken
of. It seems probable (that fronathe
hospital the mayor will go to his coun
try home on Long Island.
C. F. Z. Caxacristi, the well known
mining engineer, left Thursday night
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Money saved is money made, is Ar
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Miss Florence Sues, of Dallas, has
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death of nsfather.