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The -Richmond Palladium, Friday, April 27, 1906.
(' Mr , o o Brethren Author tf ' RJDEVC 'She," "King HAGGARD, - Salomon's -Mines," Etc, cop rni c ii t, "i903-i9o , b r xi de haggard O! O- Or 0: O: O o Or. O OOWOOO0OOOO0OO " "Wulf will tk over him!" crid Ros fttnimd. But Smoke did not fall. The stallion gathered Itself together the moonlight shone "ho clear that every watcher Raw It and. since stop It could not, leaflet "straight over the fallen black horse aye, and 'over the rider beyond and sped on in Its stride.- Then the black found, its feet again and gal loped forward to the' farther gate, and Lozelle also found his feet, and turned to run,. "Stand!- Stand, coward !' yelled 10. 000 voices, and, hearing them, he drew his sword and stood. Within three great strides Wulf drag ped his charger to Its haunches, then Wheeled It round. "Charge hlniT' shouted tho multitude. I?rjt Wulf remained seated, as though unwitting to attack a- horseless "man. K'ext he sprang from bis saddle and, ac companied by his horse Smoke, which followed Mm as a dog follow Its mus ter, walked slowly toward Lozelle, as be walked casting away his lance and drawing the great cross kilted" sword. Wulf had no shield and Lozelle had no belm-th0": fight was even.1 They crouched opposite each other, the Bwords, flashed aloft in the moonlight; from far away came" the distant clank of steel, a soft, coutluual clamor of Iron on lrou. ' A blow," fell on Wulf s mail, who had naught wherewith to guard ilmself, and he 'staggered; back, An ether" blow, 'another drid anot her,' "a nd lackstill back; bf reeled back to the edge bf the bridge, back till he struck the horse that stood behind him, and, resting there a moment, as it seemed, regained his balance. Then thert "was vc changef TiOoki'ne rushed forward, wielding the great blade' in both hands. The stroke lit upon Lozelle's shield and;, 'seemed to shear it in two, for in that stillness all could hear the clang of Its upper half as it fell upon the stones: ' Yes, now It was Lozelle,. who rocked and reeled oye, by ' St.' Cloud, Lozelle who went down beneath that mighty blow which missed the "head, T but fell vupon'; his shoulder,, and lay there like a log till presently the moonlight shorter' upon: his mailed hand stretched upward in a prayer for mercy.' From housetop i and terrace wall, from soaring gates and battlements, the' "mnltitude' of the peo ple .of the assassins gathered on. either side the gulf broke Into a roar-1 that beat ' up thd 'tnouhtala tides like a olce of thundor, and the roar shaped itself' to these words: " ti "Kill hlmr Jim 7fn himr Slnan bold tip"hW hand, and n sudden .titrn tnU - Then ho. tv scrvr,'Tred in jiw thin voice; . . . "Kill him! "He is cohered !".;:., v But the great Wulf fS leaned upon tho cross handle of -hlfttrnwrmflrioofci- ed at the fallen., toL. Tresently he seemed to speak rwlh him; then" Lo aeilo llfied the &$ that lay-beside him and lave It to him in token of surrender.--Wulf handled It awhile, shook it on high in triumph and whirl ed it about his head till it shone in the moonlight. Next, with a shout, he cast it from him far Into the gulf. Now; taking- no more need of the conquered knight, Wulf turned and be gan to walk-toward his horse. . Scarcely was his back toward him when Lozelle was on his feet-agaln, a dagger In his hand. "Look" behind you!" yelled Godwin; but the ' spectators, pleased that the fight was not yet done, broke into a roar of chereWuhT heard-and swung round. As he faced Lozelle the dag ger struck him on the breast, and well must it have been for him that his mall was good.' To use his sword he had neither space nor time, but ere the next stroke could fall Wulf's arms were about Lozelle. To and fro they reeled and staggered, whirling round and round, till none could tell .which of them was Wulf or which his foe. ""Now they were on the edge of the abyss. Then one man began to bend down. See! ' Ills head hung over. Farther and farther he bent, but his arms could not be loos ened. "They will both go!" cried the multi- J tude' in their joy. Look! A dagger-nasnea. unee, twice, thrice it gleamed, and those wrestlers ell apart, while from deep down in the gulf'came the thud of a fallen body. "Which oh, which?" cried Rosamund from her battlement. "Sir 'Hugh Lozelle." answered God win In a solemn voice. ... Wulf went to his horse, turned it about on the bridge and, throwing his nrm around its neck, rested for a space. Then he mounted and rode slowly toward the Inner gate. Pushing through the guard and officers, Godwin rode out to meet him. "Bravely done, brother," he said when they came face to face. "Say, are you hurt?" "Bruised and shaken no more," an swered Wulf. "A good n beginning, tfuly.. Now for the rest," said Godwin. Then he glanc ed over his shoulder and added, "See, they are leading Rosamund awayj but Slnan remains, to. speak to you doubt less for Masouda beckons," "What shall we do?" asked Wulf. "Make' a plan, brother, for my head swims." ' f ' "Hear""what he has to say. Thens -TOW- JioroA ta t Trouet oHhelC-tUlo for it when I give the signal as Masou- la:bade us. "There is -no other 'way. Pretend that you are wounded." So, Godwin leading, while the multi tude roared a welcome to the cnoucr- -iug Wulf who had borne hlnrpelf so bravely for. their pleasure, they rode to tho mouth of the bridge and halted in the little pace before the archway There Al-je-bal spoke by Masouda. - "A nobTe- fray,'-be said. VI did not think tharFrank eoukl-flgh-8 well. Say, Sir Knight, will you feast with me in my palace?" "I thank you; lord,?? answered Wolf, "but I must rest while my brother tends my hurts," ' and " he pointed to blood upon his mall. "Tomorrow, if It pleases you.' . "Good. So be It Tomorrow I wed the lady Rose of K03eS, and you two her brothers shall give, her to me, as is fitting." and he sneered. "Then also you shall receive the reward of valor a great reward, I promise you." While he spoke Godwin, staring up ward, had -noted a' little-' 'wanderlag cloud floating across the moon. Slowly it covered It, and the place grew dim. "Now," he whispered, and. bowing to the Al-je-bal, they pushed their horses throng the open gate,- where the mob closed in on them, thus for a little while holding back the escort from fol lowing on their heels. "They spoke to Flame and Smoke, and the good horses plunged onward side by side, separat ing the crowd as the prows of boats separate the water. In ten paces it grew thin, in thirty it was behind them, for all folk were gathered about the archway, where they could see, and none beyond. Forward they cantered till the broad road turned to the left, and in that faint light they were hid den. ' "Away!" said Godwin, shaking his reins. Forward leaped the horses at speed. Again Godwin" turned, taking that road which ran round the city wall and through the gardens, leaving the guest castle to the left, whereas their escort followed that whereby they had come, which passed along the main street of the inner town, thinking that they wers ahead of them." 'lhree minutes more and they were in the lonely gardens. "Wulf," said Godwin as they swept forward, skimming the turf like swal lows, "draw your sword and be ready. Remember, the secret cave may bo guarded." Wulf nodded, and next Instant two -ong blades flashed In the moonlight J---In a- teoment---tb'fcieuire&-r were oil rthetxrrThe Soldiers -lifted--their lances, . . mm J- but ere tney couia inrusi me swora of Godwin had . caught one between neck and shoulder and sunk to his breastbone; while the -sword of Wolf, used as a spear, had pierced the other through and through. " The. brethren wheeled round and sprang from their saddles. One of the dead guards still held hts horse's reins, and the other beast stood by snorting. Godwin caught it before It stirred, then,' holding all four of them; threw the key to Wulf and bade him unlock the door. Soon it was done, although he staggered at the task; then be held the horses while one by one Godwin led them In, and that'witbout trouble, for the beasts thought that this was but a cave hewn stable of a kind to which they were" accustomed. - "What of the dead men??' said Wulf. "They had best keep us company," answered Godwin. And, running out, he carried In first one and then the other. They locked and barred the masslvfi door, which was banded with Iron and set fast in the living rock, and with beating hearts waited In the. dark., ex pecting every moment ft Dear BoldTers battering at its timbers. But no sound came. The searchers, If such they were, had passed on to seek elsewhere. Now while Wulf made shift to fasten up the horses near the mouth of the cave Godwin gathered stones as large as he could lift and-piled them up against the door till they knew that it would take many men an hour or more to break through. Once, twice, thrice U gXeamcds for the little clojid had passed a way.': Within a hundred paces of them rose the tall rock,' but betwecii It and the mound were ' two mounted" guards. These heard the 'beatlnjr of horses hoofs and, wheeling" about, 'stared to see two armed knights 'Sweeping down upon them like a. whirlwind.' f ff 111 .Iff I I yi:)livl ;. : uillflV .Who Escape -The - ? 53701 W W Thousands of surrfcal llhl V troubles Sometimes the ... -vk. rrr . . ..... w . V operations are per- operations are siic 6 not. " r of the female housands of cases j. ji . au mm vir. an leCom mm Thousands of surreal formed eveiy-yearn'btigreat city hospitals upon women" afflicted w&trf serious female troubles.' Sometimes the cessful oftentimes thev a it is safe to say that certainly nine out of ten onerations tor female troubles might have been wholly avoided: IhA Trr iMliiAkiA 1 i f organism, ine mecicme witn a record o literally snatched from the operating table, Is h m m m sex ' Do not consent to an operation which may mean death until after you : have given. 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Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. It Cures female ills and creates radiant, tuoyant female health. For your own sake try It T V(1h F ' Pinthnm'c VyffaKlr rfimnnnnrl CurWclVUhA: riti ; " tuuuum sj i vviuviw vuuipuuuu ViUtwo iTUWlC U til wlo Fall t - - ' f (To be Continued.) CITY AND COUNTY Marriage Licenses. George 'M. -Schell, 26 ' and Sarah Schell, 25, Richmond. George Brown, 20, Margaret Red dinghaus 25, Richmond. Building Permits. - John II. Klute,. frame; South 14th ..Btreet, $3,060. "- Moses Harris, remodel frame, North I and Eighth streets, $125i Moses Harris, remodel frame North I and Eighth streets, $125. J. A. Spekenhier, remodel frame, 220 South 12th street, $140. Jacob Kern, remodel frame, Rich mond avenue and West First streets, $75. M. R. Johnson, remodel frame, 41 . Randolph street,. $200. . Carl Baker, remodel1 : frame, 119 Chestnut street, $250, Chas.- Meyer remodel frame. South Ninth street, $200. Births." Clarence Buening and 'Wife,'! North E street, a girl. DEATHS AMD FUNERALS. MARSHALDThe funeral of Charles Marshall will be from the home, 235-Soutft "Eighth " street," this afternoon at' 1:30 o'clock. It will be private, and then the- cortege will go to the St. Paul's -Lutheran church, where public services will be held at 2 o'clock. The Rev. Huber will offici ate. The - burial - will be -: at Lutherar nia. i'r DINKINS The" body 'of Edward II. Dinklns wiir be taken": to Liberty at 9 o'clock this morning where "the -buri ial will take: place. ' Real Estate Transfers. Catherine ' Robinson to Dickin-' son-Trust ' Co.; south half of ' lot 6 and north half of lot 7 ln: that part of the city laid out . by Jonathan Matts 7 . $4700 Nlmrod Parrbtt to: Gustav Reh- - steimer, part of lot 4 in that " " part of the city laid out by S. , W. Smith : ;$300d ARRANGE SCHEDULE Baseball League at Earlham Will Open Its Season Next Tues-?" dayA Pennant for Winner At the meeting of the several rep resentatives of the ' different " teahis in the' intercla'ss league " of Earlham yesterday, the schedule for the season was drawn up. Each team-will play -one game a week and each will play two games with the other "teams during the sea son which starts next Tuesday when the Seniors will meet the Fresbmen team. On Thursday the Day Dodgers will meet the strong . junior-sopho-! more team. The dormitory girls will make a beautiful silk pennant which will be awarded the champions of the league. ERNEST KELLY IS FINED Faced Charged of Cruelty to Animals In City Police Court Yesterday." In the police court yesterday, Er nest Kelly was fined $25 and costs for cruelty to animals. The specific charge was the driving of a horse fourteen hours with rest and food. The animal was" hired' from" Green's livery stable one evening last week and Kelly and several friends drove to Eaton, returning the next day and hitching the horse ih the east' end of the city where it "was found later-by the police. Kelly admitted having driven the outfit to Eaton, busaid there had been no intentionf mis treating the animal. - Heflaimed he was intoxicated.1 Free turtle sou Saturday night. 9 Fred Brokamp's 27-2t It has caused" inore laughs and dried more tears," wiped away "dieeases and driven away more fears than any ot!i er medicine la :the world- Hoitlstert Rocfcy Mountain Tea,'" 35 centS;-.;Tea: Women's ' League Yesterday ; Sent Away the Remainder of Their Money. 1 : ninni iAHnr-4pnnA . ... , SUM OF $310 tti 1 " "'ramSTsessi4 ' '" t MANY SECRET DONATIONS LODGES AND CATHOLIC CHURCH - ES COLLECTED A LARGE SUM WHICH . THEY DID NOT' ANNOUNCE. Up to last night, nearly $1700 had been collected in casn in this city for the benefit of the San Francisco suf ferers and it is estimated that the Catholic .churches and the various se cret orders that have sent private contribution to the amount of $1000 or more. The Palladium fund totals over $1,000, and the remainder of the $1700 acknowledged v.as collected by the Women's League. The money collected by the Wom en's League was principally given on Sunday at the -churches. The League wishes to publicly than;t the Minister ial Association for tlielr cooperation and also Mr.- C. D. Slifer, ticket agent of the - Pennsylvania L,".ne3, for the part he took In helping them to ship their supplies. .. Part of the money collected :tV the Women's League was expended here, and the remainder, $432, was yester day sent to San Francisco, to the manager of affairs there. There is over $200 at the Palladium' offlcer which will' be sent -west -within a few days. Contributions are still be ing received and the "fund is growing steadily a sit has since it was commenced. CONTRIBUTIONS RECEIVED.' The Palladium $ 25 00 George L. Cates 25 00 Samuel Gaar 25 00 A. D. Gayle 5 00 Jonas' Gaar '. 5 00 John Dougan 25 00 P. W." Smith ' 1 10 00 T.'A. Mott 5 00 J. B. Craighead :. 25' 00 H. J. Hanes 5 00 E. G. Hibberd ..., 10 00 John M. WestcoU ....... w... 100 00 5 00 5 00 5 00 100 00 10 00 10 00 5 00 10 00 10 CO 5 00 5 5 1 GeTgeW.- Miller. Frrnk C. Kibbey . Clem A. Gaar .... Starr Piano Co i . . Howard Campbell John Nicholson . . Mayor Zimmerman Silas Zeller Mary C. Zeller Dr. L. G. Bowers . . Samuel Fred Scl Saffer , August Stauber . . . S. W. Hart ........ Reuben Myrick ... Henry- Holzapfel . . E. G. Vaughon ?; . . . Joe Geler Stella W., Benjamin Johnson John H. Johnson ; . Wm. Dudley Foulke Otto Rettig Francis , Willard W. C. T. U Richmond Dramatic Club" . , J. K. Cilley : 10 -00 0:M. Comstock .1 10 00 Guy 3 irtcCabe '. : W. F.JHiatt W.'J. Robie B. B. Myrick, J r,.r Edgar Norris & Sons.:..: Everett H. Thompson Henley: Lawn Mower -Co J ; F. & N. Lawn Mower Co. . John J. Harrington John R. Howard C. T. Henchman Frank Clark Entre Nous Club-......... W.-D. Loehr Jesse S. Reeves Mrs. A.' Boppairt '. Mather Bros. Co v John D. Vaughan Geo. L. Klein Daniel Surface ' Jacob' H Lichtenf els v . . . . . )C r Zaf H. H. Nittleton Neff Hehry" C. Starr ' George H. Eggemeyer . . . Fred Besselman Roy Hohlstedt Mrs. Mattife-Troy Adjutant Mclndo Nellie E. Fields - John H. Border . M. F., .. Cash, 323 Pearl St LoUis Knopf Sycamore Valley S. S. S. E. Smith Sun Telegram C. J. Buntell Collection at Store C. T. Price 4. Sons Gaar, Scott & Co.. Frank B. Land . . . . S. S. Strattan, Jr. Thos. C. Davis 1 . . Albert R." Bogert . Mary R;-- Hurst .. Sarah E. Jordan J. O. Barber J. N. D. Total .......... ..JT... .$1055 . Free turtle Saturday nigh '' ' Trading checkflf "with HAEMIfiR P 00 00 00 25 5 00 10 00 10 00 1 00 67 10 CO 10 to 2500 5 00 5 00 15"45 20 00 1 00 10 00 5 bo 5 00 50 50 00 50 00 10 00 10 00 1 00 1 00 25 00 5 00 5 00 2 00 10 00 5 00 10 00 5 00 5 00 1 00 50 5 00 25 00 25 00 5 00 10 50 1 00 50 1 00 . ..k 1 00 ..4 1 00 5 00 5 10 10 00 5 00 5 00 Starr" Pfano 19 06 . 5 00 .... 100 oo y 10 00 "fr" 10 00 4' ... . 1 00 A . ... 2 50 . ... 5 00 ........... ; . . . .i. - 5 oo e sfcunatrFred' Brokamp's j is jM AT . mm M M. - triding"! ies at - 1036 Mailt 1111 4V fH-3 U-i firS;?rA 1 i i kti " 3 and i iiu 4eiiiu a Kfm nits w ilr ? or iniants and uniidrcn. ANltfetabie Prcparationfor As liitg the StoiKicis and Bowels of Promotes Digestion.Cheerfur ness and Rest .Contains neither OptumMorphine itof Mineral. wot Narcotic. 3mm'0UJ-S4MlXLmaaR Aperfecl Remedy forConstipa Ron, Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea 'IVorms.Convulsiois .Feverish-, ness and Loss of Sleep. . Facsimile Signature of NEW VOHK. 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