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By JOHN FOX, Jr.
g:rounmd, with his bearl In his hanels.
The gil Iratn back1i1 to her tent, an(
the mother, pieering it thie flushied
I'neet andt shining eyes, clove to the
truth. She s11111 nothing, but when
he girl was asleep and faintly smil
ii, 1the white wtoinnut sat staring out
lint'' the nionnlit wontds, softly beat
ini.t he' bretst.
CHAPTER XIV
a-tin' had given Blhtek Wolf lls
Ilif'e. .In0 the yoting brave had accept
il tilt- ith iti and fretted untler It sore
ly. .\11i1 whwienI iskine hadl legunt t(
show seine ived to Early Morn it ileree
.ienlousy seized the savage. and his
ol itred was reborn a thotisanda'oIhl
1ng"'e stt'ong-andl that, too. Erskine
now knew. Meat ran low and a launt
iner party went abroad. Hain was
"a'rce and only after the sece'l thay
was there a kill. Etskine hitt sih it
tl a lilre buck, had tinl." a1ti'-kly
:1in'1 at (loise' ruin'e. \\*' minule'l. the
Ill ni hat (hat r rclh. l-',rkhiin's knit'.' w:s
tw'i.te'lu in his helt. an'i the btuik was
upo n 11hi before- hl e'nabl :.' It ')ut.
II' tried ,t' htart for a tre'. t:nnlbllh'l.
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on the wite r, t ooin i, WISini
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and the dpen osy the lae theocwaer
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came. Black Wolf darted forth from
his wigwam, his eyes bloodshot with
rage and drink, and his hunting knife
in his hand. A cry from Earls, Morn
warned Earskine and he wheeled. As
I lirk Wolf made a vicious slash at
hin he sprang aside, and with his
list caught the savage in the jaw.
iii:ac'k Wolf fell heavily and Erskine
was upoi1 n him with his own knife at
his enriy's throat.
"Stop them!" old Kahtoo cried
sternly, but it was the terriled shriek
of the white woman that stayed Ers
kine's iund. Two young braves dis
arued the falilen Indian, and Kalitoo
looked I ui ingly at his atiotei son.
"'T'urn hiu loose!" Erskine scorned.
"I have itn fear of him. 11e is a
woman atl dr'runk, but next time I
shall kill him."
The white woman had run down,
caught Early Morn. -anti was leading
her back to her tent. Fromir inside
presently came low, passionate plead.
aig fromi.he Woanin and an occasional
s. b fromn the girl. Anid when an hour
later. at i irsk, Erskine turned upward
toward the tent, the girl gave a hor
ritled cry, tashel from the tent, and
aIn rted for ther itrb clitY over the river.
r'at" h her:" cried the mother.
t ik ::- ' 1rskin tie di a fter her, over
ier t ith her hands upraised for
ti' ul:.ie ou11 th very edge of the
i. ant half c r 'rie I her. struggling
::1 . back to the tent. With
n. ;i:1 ..di- Te' in a weeping heap,
.. .e faoe e:overed, and the
'1 :'tie' r 1:ri i skine. ago'nl'.edi.
"I r-1-1 her." she whisperel. "and
nz t- kill herself. You
. u : :11;t : 'urn. the h'y rode
7 1 rh"Iwn' . .i . m, t he
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inc sl owiv. B'ent on him the .. imrie
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bi t.n n slraid tire roldre and
l'fr'your stayoddrwl rdien for l hr
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abupl onlwn takinto heri tont.
-kie whuirled andet iwe.t oe aay
wi1(1 mn. "Younnr shtll havsie hrie." e
brrnk toh t her hirdwf." I ie n
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Ijtrls am art holderrnd ut by.h
rskined n1hldan8wn]fr.
horst. VIiliak failin wochd hlit wat
mgr nt eg argrtisn l(' butr ofh nth
kon tredry fne atie lrodes awayl.
wan m.( Mtre nfully shrewavd waser
(hami. tiehwedge aheer an ihan the n
ejcould sOe Earyer Mornih woth
bynd amt hr tret. pato
Th espair. 'h w soig ntur Virgiraat
litte fodirinni ali woildntrst a
tratredglien othrugh athe cene ofuhe
and edee thrght Corwlis a to t
thr mdrivet tweg and nvrd ithe
Eof tre mrentn wasinrontected only
oldienr and]i bfoys. Norlh irid soth
roan dela. Alred toliretr' ad Anoia,
haittleodnd Ioly orild wourneut coats,
tattmered linen1 oerale, and litte bla.
ked, btwe Po'sth etrtc
thmfomwii dritsiring o n. 'eyawind
Evn ite mareat'Wshingro was *near
diespai, arnd intforign tils tise sire
hopie ale onread te tror, Arefld,
had ten vrichmndburedeae
'hussan r~turOCn u ittlehar
Publict PoTimeompuh.y
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theand, anLwsatinAe'r otis ame isa
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