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I COB ' I rind It aln't M II aa t>. Baa. and l find There aln't aabody bal ?*?*?? Teajll Bad her some day." she put in oaJckfj "1 shall thlnk of you often wlth bat listening to her voice in *h<* ? ' cr totnr day." twlllcht And 1 shall I>e far away. 2 tbe praealae that I have made and Uviaar oat?arj dearlaf>.M "I am iMnitid to Altuerlc by his fortu: baat n name tha' Is it is my duty to help him !>e:ir it t.> help bim make It hon orable agaln. tn Insplre him ln the UAMiFF SAW AUNi bli UXK. atruggie that lies before him to rlse above lt by bls own efforts, ln the product of bis work"? "Work?" asked Plke ln astonlshment. "Yes," she went on. "No matter bow huml.ly be begins snd no matter what b eaaai me. I must b* wlth him, help lag bim. Ian't that true?" "That's what any good. brave wo? man would do," he ?a!d. "lt must be done. I baven't aeen Al? meric slnce last night, I most see him now. I've sbirked faclng him today. He bas always been so light aad gay that I dread see ing him bendlng under thla blow. It is my duty to help bim bear1L" "Yea; It's your duty all right" "Then you thlnk I am rlght You agree"? "Y'ea; I agree." he answered gravely. "I give my consent to your niariiage." "You do!" crled Kthei. And there a dlstinct horror ln her tone, It aa lf tbe idea shocked ber. "I'll place it ln your hands," he an? swered and theo waa rudely twirled about by Horace, who had approacbed. "I protest agalnat thlsr crled the young man. "She does not know what she's dolng! I for one won't have lt!" "Too late!" crled Ethel, with a chok Ing sob. "He's consented!" And wlth a bowed bead ahe ran from them Into tbe hotel. CHAPTER XIX. IN SCSPKIfSB. HORACE turned on Plke. Hla voice trembled with auppreas ed rage. "A fiae guardlan. yon are!" he aald wltheriiig'.y. "You came bere to protect her from eomething you thoaght waa rotten. Now we all know If a rotten you hand her overr Tbe lad paused. and then he laoghed bdtterly. , "By^ove." be eaclalroed of a and W1TII A i7.'> t.\/? DEdl'AlK ETHEL 11RSED *?N IllM aaa, "I rdiouMn't be surprlsed lf you nt tt> the settlement t> The iawyer looketl at him gravely. "My aaa, I nhnuldn't be *urprls*d If 1 did ' tba I.orti. baa you play a queer game. Mr. PfJ wOh. I'm Jusf crosaing the Kubicon. Tour father used to say: *lf you're going to cross the Kubicon. croaa it. Don't wn.le out to the mlddle and Btand there You only get h?11 from both banks!' "I t>eg y..ur pardon." aald a voice behlnd them. and they turned to flnd I*udy Ciet-ch She went on, addr. Horace: "Mr. Granger-Slmpson, bave you aeen my nephewf "No. I've rather avolded that, lf you don't mlnd my say ing so." Horace replied. "I'm sorry. Lady Creech." he went on. "but I've had a most awful shak lng up. and I'm thinking of golng back home witb Mr. Pike. I thlnk he'a about right tn bls ideas. Yon know we sbused blm, not only for himself. but for his vulgar friend, yet his vul gar friend turned out to be a grand duke. and look at what our friends turned out to be!" He Btepped quickly to the.entrance and dleappeared Into the botel. Al merlc'a voice waa beard aa Lady Creech turned to go, aud Pike sralled. "Here be comes now. bendlng under the blow." be said. Almerlc appeared wltb a whlte bull pnp. wblcb he handed over to Mariano wltb the remark: "Wash hlui a blt, old chap; tepld water, you know, and a drop of milk afterward ?- nothlng but milk, you know. Be deuced careful. I say!** Aa Mariano dlsappeared witb the dog at arm'e length Lady Creech said aolemnly: "Almerlc. really tbere are more im portant tbinga, you know." "Rotr* replied tbe yonng man. ?*! almoat oalaaed hlm. But I tblnk I'm to ba conjrrarulated. you know. Eh?" "I thlnk jou are. my son," said Pike qnletly. "I have glven my ronsent." "BJppln'!" declared Almerlc. And I*ady Creech atarted forward. ?tlement?" she asked Pik.' aeddoa. "TI ? -nt also?everythli L'thci BBBaB from the sl.le ef the ter race. foMowed by Horace. wbo seemed to bt arguing wlth Ilt I never worrled. y. .u know." said Almeric "Rut 1 fan.-y lt wlll be a aalgBl off tbe poor g..\?>ni or'a mind. I'll w ire him at Nnples. for he'll be glatl to know at>ont that b.lly the arrnngoment matle wlth hlrn. you know "Almeric. I thlnk It's noltle to be btare in breabla. but"? Kthel began, and Plke smiled beblnd hla han.l looked nt he?- in aatoalahiaeat "I say. yaa know. y..u've really got me!'' "I i: ? I atlmlre you f..r your BaBCB, f..r y.;ir seemlng uncon.-orn Bndet dtaaraca bal Bjtaeadl Way, wbo'a dlsgraced? rnor. as I see It! tbat eaaa called off. didn't "a basi ? iean?" she j. i!erinent ln her \< . ?Why. that aaaa Dafal ' Irn away? Vou l?.ught him ba woiil.ln't talk. tlltli: ; yaa him iiioney not to l.otber ua?" ?ba "tilrled oti him llke a storm "Why. baavaa pity j thlnk that?" ahe cried. Almeric was taken aba.k. ?oh?what: Be aeabtat agree? Oh. I say. that wlll l>e a plll for taa i.or? he'll bc worrled. you know!" : el went rlose to htm "Daafl yaa see that you've gt>t to worry a llttle about foweelf; tbat ? got tO begln to do sometblng aartaj that w-ni obllterate this BbBBBtl To work?to work!" "What poaalble need wlll there be f..r that? Wby, there's tbe aettle ment"? rlement!" crled Kthel. aghast "Y..u talk of settlement now?" **Don't you see? *l ne only objectlon , waa the settlement, and Mr. Plke's given his consent to thst" i "II.-'s consented to tbat?" abe aaked. "With his own lips. Dldn't youT" AJ merlc asked Plke. "1 dkl," said tbe lawyer quietly. She reeotlod from the group. i I wanted some thing 1 thought of value, he refuaed to let me buy it Totlay, when I know that name is less than nothing. he blda me give my fortune for it. What man ner af BBBB is this?" Aitii.Tic abiBaeal bls leg. "I dou't see that the altnatlon ls changed. I don't stlck out for the pre cise smount the governor said. If lt ought to be less becauae of last oight why. we won't baggle over a fei thousands." Wlth a cry of rage and despatr Ethel tataad on him. "This is the ftnal word of my humll lation! 1 felt tbat you were In shame, and beea use of that I waa ready to keep my aorf to stand by you and help you make yourself Into a man. Now you nsk me to pay you for the priviiege. 1 atn releasedl I am free! I am not thnt man'a property to give away "' lady Creech turned to Almeric. "This is Leyond every thlng! Give me your arm. Almeric. We wlll go." "Most extrnordinary girl. Beyond everything, Isn't sheV" Together they went Into the hotel. and Plke watcbed them with aomber eyea. Horace quietly slipped off thn.ugli tbe arbor. Ethel turned to Pike tlulaataj. "What have you to aay to me?" ahe d.-nianded. "What explanatlona have you to make?" "None." be answered. "Beeause you don't car* what I thlnk of you. You were willing to give me up to these people. to let me romanti clae about bonor and duty, about my efforts to make that eteatore a man, and you knew all tbe tlme It was only the money they were after!" "I abouldn't wonder." he replled. "Dldn't you know that would hor rlfy me? Didn't you aee that your conaenting. ieavlug me free to give lt to tbeia, would release me?" "I abouldn't be .urprtsed" Tou mean you've been saving me / a / /"I *: \ 1*^ e V Vgay Sh< tro* pbipinf; "Sweei Oenevteve."* nguln from myself? foai let me make a fool of myself and then show lt to me. and after that you'll deay lt' like you. De you thlnk any glrl could love n man like that? (Jo ba.-k to your dream girl. your lady of th* ? won't be there." said Daniel disconsoln: "She mlght be," Ethel answered in a dlfferent tone. "There aln't any chance of that. Tbe house wlll be cmpty still." be said. i miirlit be wrong?for once," she replied. and tl ?? tears ln her voice? "Just for OBBuI" Wltb n qulck look at hlm she ran from e and Into the hotel. A moment later. while he was starlng moodlly nt tbe pavement. a pla; gaa t<> tlnkle. and a moment later Bathofa voice came to hlm. II i< face llt up. nnd he stepped closor to the wlndow. Then his arms went out. she was plnying ' thi Baa. CONFESSES LEON STRANGLEDELSIE Chunj Sin Breaks Down Under "Third Degres." TELLS HOW GIRL WAS SLAIN Peered Through Tranaom and 8aw Victlm Lying on the Bed, With a Bloody Towel Over Her Mouth. 8ays Leon 3aid She Bit Her Tongue and Bled to Death. Malted and in taaad ?aith Bfaaacatlaa and confnaad with rapiri : taBBB OBBBg Sin. one raommata of Laoaj ling, told of ? ?is mardei ln i r the ter riflc xree" th? little Chinaman admitted that he had se.ii the bodj in LaOB Llng's room. tha! ba had toucbed lt while it waa still waraa, that he had suiadled drugs an.l had wat. bad Laoa Llng'a preparations tor pta< iug the body in tbe trunk arhBB toaad hcrribly npose.l bl | night. Chung Bla in fact iescribed almost ?hiriR caaearalag the murder of Major OaaaffBl Frani Slgel's grand daughter. ?-x<.-i>t the actual commis slou of the <rime He denied any im plication in lt and proteated stoutly that he was ljinorant of the where ahouts of Laoa i suppoaed murderer. aYftOf the mquisition he waa aaaa in |10.000 ball in the houae of detentlon to await tha lnquest. Chung S!i: waa arreHted at Weat QalWBJ, N. Y.. a small hamlet near Amsterdam and *as brought to New York. Inimeihateh after hia arreat up state and all during the trip by traln to this city he was plied with ona. bullled. p.-rsuaded and en tangled in a mass of signincant quea tions He was told that Leon Ung had 1- bBfad and had lald the blame upon his (Chung Sin's) should ers. This. together with the persistent hammerlng at the prisoner, brought the confeasion. Girl Was Drugged and Strangled. Fiom the man's atorjj it is apparent that Elsle Sigel flrst was drugwed with chloroform and th.-n choked to death. She was killed apparently on the night of June 9, although Chung Sln appeared a little mixed in hia datea. But he 8ay8 that early ln the morn? ing of June lo he heard a strange noise in Leon'a roora. adjoining his. and, looking over tha transora, saw the girl lying on the aad, with a bloody towel over her niouth. He passed through the room, he aays, to go out to waah his hands. and as he dld ao felt of the body. whhh was still warm. After that he went down to the chop auey rcstaurant below, then returned to the room. Leon ln the meantlme had covered the body with a blanket up to tbe chln and had pulled a trunk to the middle of the floor. The trunk Leon waa calmly emptying prepara tory to placlng the body tberein. The rope with whlch the body was bound waa lying on the fioor at tbe time, ao cording to Chung Sln. Once agaln ha went down ataira, said Chung Sin. where be remained until Leon called him. When he enterad tbe room tbe body waa not vislble. havlng been bound with the rope \nd placed ln tbe trunk. At tbis polnt of the atory the China? man waa asked savagely if he had not aaaiated hia pal in putting the body ln tbe trunk. Chung Sin atarted percep tibly. but aaid that ba bad no hand la it. Laon Sa<d bhe Bled to Death. "I dida't aee ber no more," aald C'hung Sin. "and when I asked I^eon how she dted he said she had hltten her tongue and bled to death." Leon told him. t'hung Sin added. that be waa golng to send the trunk to Jeraey Cltv. therve to Europe. As a matter of fact. lt lay untou.-hed tn the stuffy llttle room until Sun Leung. proprietor of tba reataurant below, notlced the odor about tbe building and summoned the poli. ? Bd interrogatlona Chung Sin .!?-. lined to say just what happened m the nx>m when the glrl was BaBtdaied. He admittcd having heard a s<uffle ln the room tiurlng the night. an.l tohl of Elsle having arrlved on the arevfaaa afternoon. the day when she tlisappeared from her home. "Did Leon take her UaBtB or di.l sh>^ go of her own accord?" ho was a "Sh beta alone." ba r.pli.'.l BI ah. in love wlth Leon or in love with her?" was another aaaa tion. At this Chung Sin retapaed into silence and then only smil?*d and shook hia head Re ladicated, how ever, that tba girl had sought out thc Chinaman. The confesslon servotl but to clinch the a'- li. 1" that Ling klll".l the girl. wh<? l I into the ways the Calaeee live through her aaothar. who now ha taken to a sanitarium. rraand with gri.-t. ?? however. so far a? can 1 throw any light as tc. ahera tbe marderer la at present or the raate abh h h.- toofe in his flight from the city Captain t'arey. of tho bureau ol bOBBM Me, wlll not permit tbe mass ol letters found jumbb-d with Hihles and plctures of ballet girls In that strange emhrotdertafl drapt .1 an iron hospital palb?t. to h-t published Reproach.d Leon Ling. Some of the longer ones reproached liSon Ling for < oldness toward a glrl that loved him. but many held no blnt that ahe doubt?d the Chlnaman'a ?n On the contrary. they glow sd warmly with assurancos of her own devotlon. Th.-re wasn't a word or a syllable in one of them whlch might point tho way to understanding how Elsie S!ro1 came to her death in the .led. srlmy room above the chop -;>op There is just one letter of the many found in the room t.f William Leon. ' <nn. thal clear view of thls tragedy. and all the other material contalned ao far. It reads as follows: ? ?m t<> ba growing cold to me. Just think of the savrlfice I have made for \..u m> famlly. my frl< For God'a aake .1 "ELSIE " Although the mlssion in Chlnatown whore Klsie Slgel formerly taught has ioj-.-d. a meeting af Chlaeaa who bave baaa eeaaartii ristianity was held In a Doyer str. et mlaaloa to diacuss plans for rulalng a fund to 88 1 as a reward for tha ? .-I's slayer No dcflni'o sum waa decided upon. but a cammlttaa will go thraaBjh Chinatoun aolicltlng subserlpt!' FIND MUCH SILVER IN SUNKEN SHIP War Equipment Also Brought to Surlace Ott Fort Milflin. r waa found la b af the ? boat Catai.. a has etalty of Furt Miinin in an endeavor to ralaa the llne;li*h ll was aaak during War at that poiut. The pampa used on the Cataract ap halmata and other valuahle equlpmaata but ta most ln Btaac4 n found that the gold Whlch bad adoraed the ahoulder ftraps and the f the unlforms of the Bagllab aoldlara, had dlaap peare.l SiU.-r. hOWaVBT, has be.-n found, a quantity of Ihe ptaclOBB metal belng broneht to tha surface. It ls beflevad tbat the hold of the vessel COBtama more than J gold. s.-nt to thla country from land to paj, off the British soldiers. Th. rnped out the sand and mud from about the boar which wlll to raise by the op eration of a powertul drodger. "Wad" No Good; Man Goea Mad. Bayder, bkla., June 2:1 When he learned that 122.000 in pap.-r BBOBBy which he dug up in a fleld while plow Ing was worthless. Wllliam Murphy. a farm. 1 11*1 miles east of this pla???-. lost his mlnd. Two weeka ago Murphy unearth.d a small tln box with his plaar. Ra pried the top off and a package of crisp biils lay snugly withln. Murphy guarded his find care fully for a week before he learned lt aaa Confederate money. Killed Parenta; Spared Baby. Blga. J? Ueutenant Ershin. while *Ieep:n>c. was beheaded with an axe by an orderly. His wlfe and his also w. re killed after a short struggle. A baby was un harmed. The murderer made his es eaaa When in need of a good, live, up to-date newspaper, aubscribe for ] the PLANET. c. &o. t:00 A. f raat daily traln* ta Old Point, I aad i 4:00 P. (Newport New* aad Norfolk. 7:40 A.?Daily. Loeal to Nawport Newa. 6:00 P?Daily. Loeal to Old Potat. 2.00 P. f Daily. Louiarllle. OUiiaaaaal. Oaaoa aad 4 11:00 P. (go aad BL Looia Pullanaaa. 8:50 A.?Daily. CbSrOle. exe. Baa. 0. Ponr*. 6:1$ P.-W**A daya. Loeal to Ooeaooarlla* 1040 A?DeOy- L*tao?a. Loalaajtoa. C. 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Chattanooera. aod all tbe South. Mi*h coaoh for Chaer City. Oxford. jin 6:00 ?*? at? Baaaaak 1.00*1 - * M :- ? Uaaltad Pullman read* ? M P. M. for all the Sottth. ? 4:30 P -mday-T* Wrtt Poiot-<o*. wactin* for Baltimore Moodar. Wednralar a*. r'ridar. ??w M.-Mondaj. WednewJa, a?t rridar oocal to Weat Patnt. 4:30 A. U - Ba Sunlay- Ixvwl to Weat Potai. THAINS AHH1VK KICHMOND (rFr<rrt.th* *OUtbl 7:00 A" U ? ? *> P *? **?* 8:40 A B. y.x Suaday: 4:10 P. M.. daJV fBa*aQ ? w J,"*1,,.''* Po>nt: .30 A at . BaBVl 10:44 A M. wedneaday aad Friday; 5?6 P. at, eicaat Sunday. ^^ 8. E BlBORBrt. D P. A . BBf E. Bala St.. 'Pbooe 4Bf. JURGKN'S SON Before making your purchase you would do well to call at the most reliable furniture house iu the city and see the fine line of REFRIGERATORS, MATTlNGaS, OIL-CLOTHS And in fact every thing that is needed in house furnishings. RUGS AND CARPETS Of every description; also the latest designs in ROCKERS and special CHAIRS. Our good* are th* baat for the price aad the price is very low. C. G. JURGEN'S SON, Adams and Broad Strbbts. ?Mr. Joeepa BTraa*. aar agant ai Plttaburg. Pa. dealraa all his eaato m*ra ahoe* auBacrtpUoaa far taa Rlchanond PLaANST ara paat daa aa rail aad eettle at aaaa. ?Suhec ib* to Taa PLAJiaa?.