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THE WASHINGTON W TIMES TI IER TUESDAY TI ESDA y JFXE 29 1909 9 9IJrS
IJrS 11 HAD ES S 0 OF F T TH H I E P AS AS T I jHA 1 By CHARLES ARLES 1T aSuyden CAREY CAREYA i iIi
Ii I A Woman to Win Wmtt The Van Suyden Sapphires SapphiresttEtc Etc
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedReturning PublishedReturnlnl PublishedReturning
Returning from a beefsteak dinner dIflfl L late lateone latelne latene
one lne February night Kobert Graham a apoor aXI apoor
poor XI r young New York lawyer laWY wacneB wacneBfrom re reu reufrom cue cuefrom
from a burning hotel and at th the same sametimes ametimes eameItmes
times fall In love with OladyiiCorlett OladyiiCorlettthe Gladys Corlett Corlettthe Corlettthe
the daughter of a millionaire Escorting Escortingh
br r and her herS taUaer to a p PICC at f atet atetht eatety eatetyb
h ht S KroceeOs rnoees eeda to VI b Jill own boartllng b31Ufl how howand MUMand houseand
and there and > a r rfflned fl cd young gIrl lyteg lytegA lytDCuneon iyn iynunoondou5
A tmeonociouB uneon leloUII In the snow on the theSe be beShe doocatwp doocatwpShe
She revive revl sufficiently uf eiently to tell t lI him U that tJIatshe thatehe t tshe
she na has been deserted dell rted by a villain TUIa who whorotfed wlaolurb whoTu
rotfed lurb Tu M her r 10 the city under promise proudeematr1e of ofmarriage ormarrtage
marriage un tlte she faints again a Gra GraJmnT GralI Grehni
JmnT hni lI ni aPJMNIIn Sw l ° V to nave only onl thirty cents cwrtaTIT ceatsIn cents2r
TIT In his pocket 1 is te a quaadry qu lldl7 What kat to todo todn 0 0dn
dn bu but gusHy AIIaU on e a ehlvalrte Iqiptrtse Iqiptrtsedetermines Il1ftU18edttermlMII kpUISedtermlfleS
determines dttermlMII to tA t give JII v up MB own r issia om to tothe tothe tothe
the girl for n ne night a and d carries her herupstairs herupstarS heruptAlTS
upstairs He H IS 11 Sorrt8 toT t discover dleco that thatj thatI thatshe
I j she is apparently appa ydeaL ydeaLC1A1tj1ER deed deedCHAPTER deadCHAPTER
CHAPTER C1A1tj1ERTIi IV WTHE
THE TIi FfflXOW iIlLLOW BOARDER BOARDERN
N THE revJtzatlonor ol hi his > terrifying terrifyingpredicament terrifyingpredicam5flt
t I predicament Graham saw w his hi ca carccrblaBtfco carecr etreer
rccrblaBtfco recr reer blastcd his name dragged Into Intounenviable Intounenvlabln IntounenvIabIt
unenviable notoriety himself ar arraigned arraigned r rraigned ¬
raigned upon the charge of murder murderelectiu murdertried murdertried
tried and posSiblY cond cottdtimned mned to the thelEctr theelectile
electiu lEctr Ie chair rnalrAil chaJrAll chairAll
All this he had brought upon u on himself himselfby hlm eU eUby
by his proeipitata pr IDI te philanthropy Why Whycould Whyauld WhyOUld
could he not have been prudent and anddiscreet andcHcreH anddscre
discreet dscre t and nd called a policeman to take takecharge takebPorgeof takecbge
charge bPorgeof of the unfortunate girl and her heraffairs herntfa1rs heraffairs
affairs affairsHe affairsHe j jH
He H groaned gio n d Uoud oud in I his dazed a a4at agqhy agqhys agty agtygeat
s geat eat beads of perspiration brea breaopt br bretJIng bretJIngopt tng tngopt
opt upon 1p n his brow browWould browVould browWould
Would anyone believe his protesta protestations prote protestattus ta tatlola ¬
tions of O fo innocence IlJn nef he asked himself himselfwildly hlmseltWHth himselfYiltUy
wildly with nothing but hisown his own Im Imt
t probable story to t explain the presence presenceof presenOftottQe
of ottQe tbedead ead woman in b his room roomHo roomHe roomRe
Ho knew Ju juet t bow much credence he hehimself hehmself hehimself
himself would give gtv to to so 8 palpably ficti fictitious fi fttItibus t1 t1tln ¬
tious tln sa a tale taleryo taJeo tIeIt
ryo o < It twas was idle to t deceive d cetve himself himselfReputation himselfReJU himselfReputatIon
Reputation ReJU tatIon prospects prollfee 5 all l were cone gonand coneand ont ontlind <
and with the Uter86t rest whatever chance he hemight hemlghtbav homight
mlghtbav might have had af f winning Gladys GladysCorlett GladysCorlett GladysCorlett
Corlett CorlettB r rBut
But B t2t t either this suggestion suggo fon or the re reu reaeUon reaction
u action from Me hi first numbed horror horrorroused horrorroused horrorroused
roused him to sudden action actionHe settoRHe actionH
He H caugbtffiV ca gkl ktThe ne girl gtrtbF WTkashouklers WTkashouklersas by TKa Iliasboulders Iliasbouldersas shoulders shouldersas
as though tho h tostir to stirhar ztir her back by majn majnforce 11110fotCft inajnfoeo
force to life With shaking hand he hEthrust hethrust
thrust the flash of liquor to her lips lipsand Upsand lipsand
and poured a generous quantity down downher
her throat throatAnd tb throatAnd oat oatAnd
And whether It was his heroic meas measures measures messnres ¬
ures or simply the passing p sin of the thetranglingly tbeswoon the5WOOfl
swoon the gIiL8t1y rfsh1ttJ rii ty ot her tea teat features
t tures res relaxed she choked tranglingly strangUnGlYover tranglinglyover
over the fiery stimulant then with ah ahuncertain Sohuncertall n nuncertah
uncertain movement opened her violet violeteyes violeteyes violeteyes
eyes and nifter terw1iat what seemed aa 4 Inter Interminable Interminable interrolnablo ¬
minable interval sat up P
For a moment nh she gazed about out in a 8
bewildered doze evidently nbt compre comprehending comprcbendiR1 comprehendin ¬
hending hendin where she w WIno wn but her glance glancetook 8iancetook glancetook
took in the pipes upon the table the thesmoking thesmoking thesmoking
smoking jacket hanging ban sing across the back backof
i of a chair the essentially mannish manntehcharacter mannishcharacter mannishcharacter
character of the th room roomWhat roomWhat roomWhat
What is thll t1l place she demanded demandedyour demandedour
Your your our own roon roonWhy 100fu 100fuWhy roolirWhy
Why yes stammered Graham
hardly recoveredfrom his hl relief at her herrestoration herrestoraUor herr
restoration r and completely taken aback abackat
at this surprising show of vigor Why Whyyes Whyyes Tb Tbes
yes es but let me explain explainIn
In his confusion c he caught at the theshoes theshoes theshoes
shoes and stockings klnp she was holding holdingwith holdingwith holdingf
f with some iort fortot of vague va e idea of hang
Ing them before the fire to dry > but ut the theeirl therl thegrl
eirl rl snafhed them back with Ilh a sharp sharpexclamation sharpexdamaUonad sharpexclamation
exclamation exdamaUonad and sprang to her feet feetDont feetDont feetDont
Dont you dare touch me ahe he cried crieddrawing crieddjawIng crieddrawln
drawing drawln herself up like Ifke1i I1k a creature at atbay at1tay at1ay
bay Dont you daro dareInterfere Interfere with me meI mei
I i am going to leave this place at once oncescream onceaud onceami
aud It you attem aUemt t to prevent It I shaH shaHscream Shliscream
scream for help helpShe h8pShe helpShe
She meant it It too In spit s itf of his
blameless conscience con cIonce Graham recoiled
before the a agY iy > y flash In her eye and andthe andthe i
the th determined set to her lipsIt lips lipsIt Up
It was a qonttngensy y that taxed his
itcehulty it enulty He H watt l lt iotith 5athas mh ever to tL t let 1ett lett1s
this t s homeless ham 1es girl face again the he stormy stcnnynight stcrmynight
c night especially under such a misinter misinterpretation B1i mieinterjiretatlon lnter lnteriretaUon ¬
pretation of lite Wsmoth motive On the other otherHand otherhand otherhand
Hand it must be confessed oqBf the prospect prospectof
of having the tb household summoned summonedthere summonedthfre summonedthere
there by a woir wOlnans > ang shrill shrieks to toi tofind tofind
i find him in so compromising eompromlsI S a situation situationwas situationwas
i was one from which he distinctly distinctlyquailed dlstlneUyquane distinctlyqualled
quailed quailedWhile qualledWhile
While 1111e he hesitated he ttated uncertain what to
do or say natjre straightened out the thedifficulty thedIfficulty theiZflcUlty
difficulty for dIn The ftctitlou strength strengthwhich IItreogthwhich strengthWhich
which had been sustaining his com companion companion cornpanlon ¬
panion suddenly gave way and she sank sankdown sankUOW1 k kown
down UOW1 own upon the th couch weak and trem trembling trembling trembling ¬
bling and h hid ib81 her face In her hands handsWith bandWith handsWith
With a compassionate impulse Impul e Gra Graham Graham Graham ¬
ham stepped toward her and laid a hand handgently handgently handgently
gently upon her bowed shoulder shoulderLook shoulderLook hould r rLook
Look here he said I only want wantto wantto wantto
to help you ou I am a man and Ive got sota
f a sister of my own and if sh she were in inyour IIIrour inPour
your Pour fix right now I couldnt mean to toif tode toTi
if Ti more for her than I want to do for foryou torCiU forOu
you youImpressed CiU CiUimpres Oui
Impressed impres i edlnap1te In spite of t herself by it the thetampstness Theearnstre I
tampstness earnstre with which be spoke ta tagirl me megal uzeg
girl g i ri ct ceased aaed her sobbing bblag and ad turned her herwide here
wide e 1 ide < 1e > eyes upon hIm in a glance of ofi otooutlUng ofI II
I i nouMing scrutiny scrutinyWhy scrutin
p Why then did you bring brin me here berei hirer hirerdmanded
i > hp h demanded d < > No o no I cannot be believe bellpve beIleve ¬
lieve that you re r dealing de Jlng honestly bone tly with withme wltbme withme
me If you were you would have taken takenme takenme takenme
me to the sister s1 t l of whom you speak
My > fy sister exclaimed Graham
5 Why she lives HO miles from here
Qh I see he suddenly 00008ftleom comprehended comprehendedyflu comprehendedYOU ed edu
YOU u think tbinktlll tttglMntte th4s bcnI8eJa hove to ray home eh ehT I IWeII
Well it isnt This Is merely my board ¬
ing place placeA
A boarding house she he cried Then Tbeninsist Theninsist
I insist that you place me under the theprotection th6rotectln th thprotecthrn
protection rotectln of the landlady at once onceThat onceI onceThat
I That I shook think with plainly Ve Veawakened 1e 1eawakened
awakened suepieion K pldon would have been beenthe b bdenthe en enthe
the first thing to suggest itself to you ou
=
I f Graham hunrriedly hunrrledl explained the main mainobjections mainobjections mainI <
I objections to this plan and at the same sametime sametime sametime
time took occasion ocQ lon to make clear the thedilemma thedilemma thedilemma
dilemma in which he had found himself himselfupon himselfupon himselfupon
upon the steps stepsIn stepsIn stepsIn
In short > > he concluded there were werebut werebut weretut
but tut two courses open to me as a I saw sawit 8 sawit W Wit
it either to leave you to perish in p the thesnow thenow thesnow
snow or to brave bra convention and bring bringyou brln brln70U brIngyouhere
you youhere youhereSo here hereSo bereSo
So now that you are here his tone toneiMl tonecbanged toneellanje4
cbanged again u biB lJan gjanc f1 fell uponher upon uponher
her thul iMl waembeKone w > 81begone figure fi re I beg that thatyou tht70U thatyou
you will accept Sec pt of my m hospitality If Ifyou Ityou 11you
you think you are all right now and andable andable andable
able to manage nage for yourself I I will wlllwltl wlllwltldraw with withdraw wItldraw ¬
draw The door as you see has both botha bothkey
a key and a bolt so you will be safe safefrom aahtrnm safefront
from intrusion Icttu on and nd you mutt open to tono tono tono
no one or give any sign of oCbeing being in inthe Inthe inthe
the room until r knock softly three threetimes threetllYle6 threetimes
times like this thisHis thisHis thisHis
His evident sincerity removed the last lasttract 188ttract lasttract
tract of c Scvft dc trom from her mind mindYou mindYou mindYou
You vaenr YlYgood good to me she faltered falteredForglve falteredForgive i
Forgive me will you for having mis misjudged misjudged misjudged ¬
judged ybu ybuBut ybuBut bu buHut
But where will you go she ques questioned questioned questioned ¬
tioned JId you not tell me that every everyroom everyroom everyroom
room in the hausewas taken takenTaken takenTaken takenTaken
Taken so so far taras as the th possibility of ofputting otputting ofputting
putting you into one of them rejoin rejoloed rojoiged j jed
ed Graham lightly but a man is dif different dUferent different ¬
ferent dont you Know He can always alwaysNow alwaysfind alwaysfind
find a corner to stow himself awalin awalinNow away in inNow
Now dont you bother aboutme aboutmeas about me meas
as 8 he b saw a protest rising to her lips lipsI Up
I shall get along fine What you must mustdo mUlitdo mustdo
do is I to get et those wet clothes > < of f yours yog yoqrsdried yoursdried
dried and take some rest so that you youwill youwill youwill
will be able to jackle tackle the problem which whichThen whchconfronts whichconfronts
confronts you lomorrow lomorrowThen morrow morrow1hen
Then with a fewfurther few turtber directions directionshe
he left her and in his stocking sto ldng feet feetstole feetJtole feetstole
stole noiselessly noillele sly along the darkened darkenedhalls d darkenedhalls rkened rkenedhaUs
halls hallsGraham haUsGraham hallsGraham
Graham had spoken cheerfully in re regard rerd regard ¬
gard rd to his arrangements for the night nightbut nllbtbut nightbut
but as a matter of fact there was little littleelsjg lItUeelS littieeIsa
elsjg elS but a cornerIn which to stow stowhimself stowblmself stowhimself
himself himselfThe blmselfThe himselfThe
The only plan he could hit upon was wasthe wa wathe wasthe
the occupy the general enere1 bathroom b1Hl1t < om upon uponthe uponthe uponthe
the floor above l11k > ve as his steeiiing apart apartment apartment apartment ¬
ment mentIt mentIt mentIt
It was a30011 cheerless iltle den denbut denbut denbut
but there was wasn a dilapidated old couch couchthere oouchthere couchthere
there upon which he b could spread out outand outand outand
and with his overcoat over ov r him he hefancied hefancIed hefancied
fancied that he could set along aIoi for the theI thefew thefew
I few hours yet remaining until daylight daylightLocking dayllrhtLocking daylightLocking
Locking the door therefore he tried triedto triedto triedto
to sleep but it was a long time before beforehe beforehe beforebe
he could close clO e his eyelids eyelidsThe eyelidsThe eyelidsThe
The crazy old window sash rattled In Inthe Inthe inthe
the wind w n and let in a flood of icy air airagainst allagainst airagalnot
against which he found the overcoat a atotally atotally atotally
totally inadequate protection The Thebroken Thebroken Thebroken
broken and twisted springs of the thecouch tbecouch thecouch
couch upon which he lay prodded him himpainfully himpainfully himpainfully
painfully at eveVs evr move and when he hedid bedid hedid
did at last drift oft offlnth into an uneasy slum slumber slumber slumher ¬
ber it was only to indulge in a series of ofharrowing ofbrrpwlng ofbarrpwltzg
harrowing dreams dr amS in which the events eventsof
of the beefsteak dinner the Park Parkavenue Parkavenue Parkavenue
avenue fire and the rescue of the girl girlupon girlupon gIrlupon
upon the stoop were jumbled up to his hisutter hisutter hisutter
utter confusion confusionOne confusionOne confusionOne
One of the most vivid of these dreams dreamswas dreamswas dreamswas
was a vision in which he seemed to be beon beon beon
on trial for the murder of the girl from fromMontclair fromMontclair fromMonthlalr
Montclair and Miss Bowon as a stern sternJudge stemJudge sternJudge
Judge found him guilty and for a pen penalty penalty penalty ¬
alty sentenced him to bo burled alive aliveIn aliveIn aliveIn
In the snow upon her front stoop stoopThereupon stoopThereupon stoopThereupon
Thereupon his comrades of the dinner dinnerwho dinnerwhp dinnerwhp
whp seemed to regard the affair as a asort 8 8SGrt asort
sort of jplly j lly hazing frolic bound him himhand himhand himband
hand and foot and oblivious to his hisprotests hisprotests hisprotests
protests shoveled shov led over him the heap heaping heapJflg heapi ¬
ing i g drifts driftsThe drlttsThe driftsThe
The cold seemed to bite Into his very verymarrow verymarrow verymarrow
marrow he could imagine the blood bloodcongealing bloodcongealing bloodcongealing
congealing in his veins and although althoughhe althoughhethsisted
he hethsisted Insisted that such a punishment was wascruel wucruel wascruel
cruel and unusual and contrary to the theletter theletter theletter
letter and spirit of the Constitution of ofthe oCthe ofthe
the United States no one would come cometo cometo cometo
to his assistance 8 assistanceA sistaneeA I IA
A rattling at the door Interrupted his hisfancles hisfancies I Ifancies
fancies Some one one was trying to got in infor Infor infor
for the morning was already well ad advanced advanced ¬
vanced and the sunlight of a clear crisp crispwinters crispwinters crispwinters
winters day blazed in through the thefrosted thefrosted thefrmted
frosted panes ne of the window window3raham windowGraham windowGraham
< Graham gave a a guilty start He had hadIntended badintended hadIntended
Intended to evacuate his temporary temporaryquarters temporaryquarters temporaryquarters
quarters before anybody In the house housewas housewas housewas
was up but now a hasty glance at his hiswatch hiswatch hiswatch
watch showed sh wed him that It was a 8 quar quarter quarter quartee ¬
ter after 8 8He SHe 8He
He must escape somehow so he de decided deelded doelded ¬
elded to leave the room at once onceHe onccHe onceHe
He waited accordingly until the thelodger thelodger thelodger
lodger at the door had apparently gone goneaway goneaway goneaway
away then cautiously advancing to the thedoor thedoor thedoor
door opened Op ned it and stepped out Into Intothe Intothe intothe
the hall hallBut haJlBut hailBut
But to his discomfiture dl he encountered encounteredjust encounteredjust encounteredJust
just the other side of the threshold thresholdstanding thre thresholdstanding bokl bokltandln
standing tandln there wrapped In jbthrobe a1bathrobethe a jbthrobethe j bath robe robethe
the young man who had come to the thehoii thehOl thehouse
hoii house c the day before being Introduced Introducedby
by the landlady as Mr William Warwick War Warwick Varwick ¬
wick wickOb Ob said the stranger glancing at atBob atBob
Bob In surprise it was you was It ItThought ItTboqpt itThought I
Thought Mrs Bowen told me you had hada
a private bath bathWhy bathWhy bathWhy
Why so I have b buterthe 4 er the pipes pipeswere pipeswer pipeswere
wer were out of order and I came town iownhere iOVDJNore townhere
here Cant do without my morning morningtub wornlng1Gb norningtab
tub you know knowJust k knbwJust w wJust
Just so The others glance dwelled dwelledquteztaUr dwelledflulzzically dwelledquisulcafly
quteztaUr upon upon the overcoat and rum rumpied rumpled rumpied
pied evening clothes and Robert con conscious consdOU8 conactous ¬
scious of haw far thesewere removed removedfrom remove removefrom removedfrom
from customary bath attire ttire grew even evenmore evenmore evenmore
more red faced and confused confusedStrange contusedStrance confusedStrange
Strange too drawled the man a amocking amocldnc anioeldng
mocking light In biB eye Uth that t I should shouldhave shouldbave shouldhave
have heard some one moving about in inyour Inyour Inyour
your room room just now as I came by You Younave Youhve Youhave
nave hve no room mate have you youFor youFor
For an instant Graham xpas Vas stagger staggered
ed then th 1 with wit quick presence of mini minui minihe minthe
i he pulled pull d himself hlm lf toether and faced facedNo tacedthe facedthe
the fellows grinning Impertinence ImpertinenceNo Impertlnence ImpertlnenceNo
No he rejoined haughtily hau htlly No Nohave I Ihave 1 1bav
have no room mate but I occasional ooraeIonalybring y ybring ybring
bring a friend home with me to spend spen
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the f night I trust you han no objec objections objooU objections ¬
tions tionsAnd U < lns lnsAnd
And disdaining further parley he heturned lieturned lidturned
turned on his heel and stalked down downthe downthe downthe
the stairs stainHe stairsHe stairsHe
He might have paid more attention to toMr toMr toMr
Mr William iUlam Warwick Wa ck however if he hehad hehad e ehad
had known that the latters return home homethe homethe homethe
the night before was s even later than his Maown hisown hisown
own and that happening to pass Gra Graham Graham Grehams ¬
ham hams door at th exact act moment the thegirl thegirl tilegirl
girl had recovered consciousness and andvoiced andvoiced anu anuvoiced
voiced her bersPlrlted spirited defiance the new newto newboarder newboarder
boarder had Hen Impelled by curiosity curiosityto
to apply his eye ye to the keyhole keyholeCHAPTER keyholeCHAPTERV keyholeCHAPTER
CHAPTER CHAPTERVWHAT V TVWHAT VWHAT
WHAT CAN YOU DO DORAHAMS DOG 1 1GRAHAlS
GRAHAlS G RAHAMS light three raps upon thedoor the thedotor thedobr
door of his room were to his satis satisfaction satisfaction satisfaction ¬
faction promptly answered and when whenh whenbe whenhe
h be had entered quickly and turned the ihekey thekey thekey
key in the lock he could not withhold withholda
a slight exclamation of approval approvalThere approvalThere approvalThere
There had evidently been no tardiness tardinessin
in this quarter whatever might bc said saidof saidof saidof
of himself him elf Not only was his guest of ofthe orthe ofthe
the night up and drassed herself but butshe butshe butshe
she had also made the bed and tidied tidiedup tidieduJJ tidiedup
up the room roomMoreover roomlIoreover roomMoreover
Moreover there was a marked im improvement Improvement irnprovement ¬
provement in her personal appearance appearanceHer
Her face was still pale and she showed showedthe sbowedthe showedthe
the effects of the ordeal through which whichshe whichshe
she 8h had passed pa sed but Inr hair was neatly
twisted up Into a coronet of pale gold goldabove goldabove goldabove
above her brow her garments had been beencarefully tieencarefully beencarefully
carefully dried and brushed her hershous shoed
had been rubbed with a bit of rag her
hat and coat rested on a l chair ch ir ready r ady
to put on Manifestly her spirit still stillremained 8tHlremaJned stillremained
remained unbroken unbrokenOh
Oh I tam am so glad lad to see you she shegreeted shegreeted shegreetej
greeted Robert as he sterped inside
It seemed eem d to me as a though you would wouldnever woutdnever wouldnever
never come and I must get away from fromIere
here Iere you know knowShe knowShe knowShe
She caught cau ht up her hat and coat as asshe asshe asshe
she spoke Can I leave now she shequestioned shaquestioned shequestioned
questioned questionedHardly questionedHardly questionedHardly
Hardly He did not care to risk the thechance thechance thechance
chance of her meeting Warwick In the thonail
nail or possibly po lbly one of tho old tab
Was coming up from breakfast Be Besides Bcsides Besides ¬
sides why such an immediate rush
Oh i must find work at once she sheexplained sheexplined sheexplained
explained You have been more than
kind her voice trembled a little and
her eyes dimmed I did not know that thatany thatany thatany
any man could be so generous But
you must g Bee e for that very reason It
would be impossible for me to impose
further II IISo
upon you
So Graham was rMmmaging in
His wardrobe and spoke to her now
above a pile of garments garments ana and clean > innrt innrtwait
linen which fllled hi his arms Well just
wait a minute or two until I make my myinto
self elf presentable and then we will go
into th the matter matterWith matterWith j
With that he vanished Into the bath I
room whence vnence the sounds of a vigorouii vIgorowlspla i
splashing spla hlng S0011 soon betokened that he WWi
making a hasty toilet
Now he said d when ho reappeared reappearedv i
In a gray ra b bu business in888 n w suit and smoking
jacket v I have found it an excellent I Istep
rule never to discuss anthing upon an
empty stomach 80 o I if yoU will kindly
step behind the door doo Ill see what t I can
do In the way of procuring breakfast breakfastTS
TS He stepped JPeA then into the hall and by byjust
good fortune found Della the maid
with whom he was a prime favorite
just passing
All aeushla he
blarneyed I was wa
teL just looking Si for ° YOU ou to give y you ° u that tha t
little gold stickpin of mine you ad ¬
mired so much the other d dty y And since slne
I am not feeling very well this morning morningyou
I was wondering I If yoj 01 couldnt bring
my breakfast up to my room I am sick
you understand Della hut not too sick
to eat In fact I tfctek thiultmy m my > appetite Is
a little stronger than usuaJ usua so if you
can n manage mana e to get et me a whole grape
fruit and a double portion of everything
ejsav else A In promise you ou it will not be
wasted wastedHeevidently wastedHe wastedHe
Heevidently He evidently had not reckoned In vain vainM
upOn upon the efficacy of the IIttlo IittJ scarfpin
for M ILentPeli when Della came 8ck her tray wui wa waplied was
piled high She proved amenable too
when Graham truthfully informed hr
that ha xV he had Bot no occupied the bed the
night before Insinuated that It would
not be necessary n ary for her to come In
and clean up his room roomi roomSnu roomShure roomShure
Snu Shure Mister Graham she assured
i him tis tis f mesilf thats only too clad lad to
be let outiv st It t what with ould Mte l jfl E
MItford a wantln wan tI n her furnltobr all
poll polished hed up a Job thatll take the full
lv me day
Secure therefore from interruption
and promising to put the tray out into
the hall when he had finished wiih It it
Robert returned to his charge and andtemptinglooking
quickly laid out the tablo with a very
temptinglooking repast
She had declared that she was not
hungry and had protested against his
ordering anything fo foher her yet ho no ¬
ticed that tIIa t when the grape fruit was
duly divided and the bacon scrambled
eggs and toast set before her she
needed no urging to pvrtake pY rtak03 of it
He observed too that as she sh sipped
her coffee coffee the pensive droop to her hermouth hermouth liarMouth
mouth subsided and her face took on oncourage onecurage oncourage
courage and resolution resolutionThere resolutionTbere resolutionThere
There are not exactly twelve basket basketfuls bask baskOtfuis t tfUls
fuls observed Graham as they fin finiehed finlehed tinished
iehed surveying what was left with withsome withsome withsome
some satisfaction but I dare say with withwhat withwhat withwhat
what is 1 here and my little teapot up u uIn
in the cupboard pboard you can manage to eke ekeout ekeou ekeout
out ou a lunch lunchA lunchA
A lunch She glanced up at him himstartled himstartled himstartled
startled startledYes startledYes startledYes
Yes You Y u dont suppose s ppose I am going goingto
to permit you to go away from here herewithout herewithout herewithout
without a cent of money In your pocket pocketor
or any settled abiding place It will willtake willtake willtake
take a little time for me to get some somefunds somefunds somefunds
funds and secure you a suitable lodg lodging lodgiOl lodglug ¬
lug iOl so you will have to wait here until untilI
I return returnBut returnBut returnBut
But she sh star starred to object objectNo objecto objectNo
No o he held up a deprecating deprecatinghand deprecatingband deprecatingband
band I may have bungled this affair affairabominably atralrabomInably affairabominably
abominably to date but I am sure I Iam Iam Iam
am on the right track now Please let letto letme letme
me have my own way I want to prove proveto
to you yo that I am m not entirely an idiot idiotBungled IdlotBungled idiotBungled
Bungled she rvied ied I am sure no noone noone noone
one could have cn dke te e better under the thecircumstances tbecircumstances thecircumstances
circumstances T u have been so sothoughtful sothoughtful
thoughtful thou htfuJ so considerate conl derato in every way waythat waythat waythat
that if I should be an ungrateful wretch wretchif i
Then you will follow my guidance guidancebroke guidancebroke guidancebroke
broke in Graham cutting her short shortYou shortYou shortYou
You will agree to do as I say sayYes sayYes sayYes
Yes she assented humbly You Youhave Youhave Youhave
have shown yourself a friend Indeed IndeedI
I fact that I cannot do better than thantrust thantrust hantrust
trust myself myselfin in your hands handsWell handsWell handsWTOII
Well then he drew back his chair chairi chairlet chairlet
i let us get et at the straight of things I Iam 1am Iam
am a lawyer you know and I am going goingto
to crossexamine you a bit Suppose in inthe Inthe inthe
the first place you tell me your name namefor namefor namefor
for strange as it may seem I havent haventyet havontet haventyet
yet et heard It Iti ItMy itMy
i My name she answered readily Is IsHilda IsHUdaHllda IsHhldaHilda
Hilda HUdaHllda Hilda Montgomery MontgomeryAnd
And you come from Montclair I be believe beIteve behove ¬
hove you said saidYes MidYes saidYes
Yes adding of her own volition the thename thename thename
name of her parents and the street and andnumber andJtumber andziumber
number of their residence residenceNow residenceNow residenceNow
Now then suggested Graham Grahamdont Grahamdont Grahamdont
dont you think the wisest thing for foryou foryOu foryou
you would be to communicate with them themat
at once and begging be lng their forgiveness forgivenessask orgivenfsSask
ask to be taken back backBut backBut 1 1But
But she shuddered and shook so at atthis atthis atthis
this proposal crying that he did not notknow notknow notknow
know her father and that the latter latterwould latterwould latterwould
would never think of permitting her to toreturn toreturn toreturn
return that Graham concluded not to topress topress topress
press the subject further at the time timeTell timeTeU timoTell
Tell me about the man with whom whomyou whomyou whomyou
you ran away thon he said If you youstill you8tl11 youstill
still wish to marry him and will 111 give giveme giveme pveme
me his name and address ad re s I think his hisJaw hlgjaw hisjaw
Jaw closed significantly I can possibly possiblypersuade possiblYPersuade possiblypersuade
persuade him to take a proper view pf pfhis pthis 9fhis
his responsibilities responsibilitiesNc respon lblUtles lblUtlesuNc
uNc Nc no no she insisted oven oven more morevehemently morevehemently morevehemently
vehemently than before I never want wantto I
to see himagain I dont even walt to tothink tothlJ1k tothink
think of him Unless Ul1le s there is some verc vercsood vcr velood vcrgood
good ood reason rea n for It she > bdded tLl ed appeal appealIn nimealIn appealingly
ingly In sly ly I would rather not let even evenvouknow evenou venOU
vouknow OU know his name nameWell nameWelt nameWell
Well perhaps you are right agreed agreedGraham agreedGraham agreedGraham
Graham not without wlthc > ut a trace of disap disappointment dlsappolntmtnt disappointment ¬
pointment Then is a bare chance chancehe chancehe chancehe
he might be somebody some > > dy I know or might mightmeet mightmeet mightmeet
meet and in such case I dont believe believeI
I could keep my hands off him hlma a pro proceeding pro procledlng proceeding ¬
ceeding which however much to his hisdeserts hisdeserts hisdeserts
deserts might ml ht bring you into unpleas unpleasant ¬
ant notoriety notorietyYes notorietyYes notorietyYes
Yes he reflected I guess it Is just justas justas justas
as well for me to remain In blissful Ig Ignorance Ignorance l lnorance ¬
norance Indeed I only m mentioned ntloncd him himbecause hllDbecause bunbecause
because I thought It my duty in dis discussing discussing dlscuseing ¬
cussing the affair with yOu to cover all allpossible al1pos allpossible
possible pos lbJe contingencies contingenciesBut
HBut But now he proceeded since you youwont youwont youwont
wont return home and decline to Have Haveanything Haveanything Itaveanything
anything more to do with him what whatmay whatmay whatmay
may T ask are you planning to do doI doUI
UI I shall work declared Hilda proud proudly pou poulY
ly lyVery Very good But at what Have you youany youany i iany
any special training trainingI I IHI
HI I dont believe I exactly understand understandI
r mean have you ever 9V r dono dny BPI special BPIclal apecial ¬
cial line Are you by chance a stenog stenographer stenographer stenogreplier
rapher or dressmaker or school tecch teccher toecher
er or library assistant or have hav you < vcr verbeen vcrbeen er erbeen
been to any of the schools where such suchthings suchthings suchthings
things are taught This Is a town where whereexperience whereexperience whereexperience
experience Is demanded you know and andunless andunless andunless
unless one can show credentials the thechances thechances thechances
chances of securing a place are pretty prettyslim prettysUm prettyshim
slim slimShe sUmShe shimShe
She looked 100 ked a little frightened at this thisNo thisNo thisNo
No she confessed I have never neverbeen neverbeen neverbeen
been trained In the way you speak of ofthey otthey ofthey
they did not teach such branches at atHiss atMIss atMiss
MIss Ogllives where I went to school schoolIll schoolIll schoolIll
Ill tell you though she exclaimed exclaimedbrightly etcla1medbrightly exclaimedbrightly
brightly I can go on the stage I Iused Iu Iu
used u e ed to be considered rather good In Inamateur inamateur inamateur
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My dear girl he remonstrated we wewont wewont WOwont
wont waste time over that proposition propositionIf
If you told me you had ambitions to run runfor runfor runfor
for mayor of New York on the suffra suffragette suttragette suifragotte ¬
gette ticket I might try to show showyou showyouyOur you youyour youyour
your mistake but I decline even to dis discuss dlscu diScuss ¬
cuss cu your possibilities as a Juliet or a aCamille aCamme aCamille
Camille CamilleWhat CammeVhat CamilleWhat
What do you want me to do than thanshe th9l17she thenshe
she demanded a shade mutinously
become a 8 housemaid housemaidYes housemaidYes r res
Yes es he snapped a 8 hundred hundredtimes I
times Um rather than see you OU tramping
Broadway in the hopeless quest at atthe atthe atthe I
the agents offices until you finally finallyend finallyend
end up by carrying a spear in the thethird thethird thethird I
third row of the chorus But I sup suppose suppose suppose ¬
pose pose you would prefer that to wield wieldIng ¬
ing a broom eh or selling selUn your hands handsin
in dish water waterOh w1tor1Oh
Oh no no she protested plainly plainlyafraid platnlyafraid painlyafraid
afraid that she had offended him I Ihave rhaV Ihave
have haV no false pride I will gladly go gointo goInto gointo
into service if you think that the best bestmng be beetntng t tmng
mng for me 1 1 I am JPI ready to do what whatever whatever ¬ I
ever you say I
She looked so timid so appealing that thatGrahams thatGrahams i
Grahams heart smote him for his bru brutality brutaUt brutality ¬
tality talityIt taUt taUtI
It I Is not what I want he explained explainedmore explainedmor explainedmore
more mor gently It I is a question quetion or what whatyou wbatou whatyou
you ou are most competent to do Do you youthink youthink youthink
think for instance Instace you could satisfy stsfy a acareful acareful
careful cretul housewife housewle in the matter ml1er of ofcleaning ofcleanIng ofcleaning
cleaning up a room or brjll br1 a steak so soinat soifat somat
chip chipI mat ifat it t resembles anything bu a 8 burnt burntchip bUnt bUntcblp burntchip
I dont know she quavered hum humbly humbly burnbly ¬
bly MI U 1 have h ve never had to do anything anythingof
of the kind kindThen kindThen II IIThen
Then of a sudden sJi Sj s broke down downsobbhig downsobbing
sobbing dolefully dOlefuHytbat that she sl was of no nouse nouse nouse
use in the world and that tat nobody noby want wanted wanted wanted ¬
ed her and that she might just as a well wellstarve wel wellatarve
starve tre at once and be done with it itThere ItThere itThere
There there tere there thee Graham re remorsefully remprsofuly reinprsefully ¬
morsefully mprsofuly laid lad a hand han on her shoulder shoulderI
I ought to be kicked kice for frightening frighteningyou
you so with wih my m foolish fool h talk talk QualllJ QualllJcatlons Qualf Quali1cations
catlons catons be hanged hange Its grit and courage couragethat curage curagethat couragethat
that win out In the long run r n and youve youveshown youveshown ouve ouvesb
shown sb wn that youve got plenty plety of both bothNow
Now dont cry any mote bat b t just rest restquietly restQulfly restquktly
quietly Qulfly hare today and trust tst to me to tosee tosee tosee
see that everything oomea Om cut ut ail ailrlpht al alrl allright
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CHAPTER CHAPTEBVIA CTER V VI VIA
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L k larly regret reg t having bavln so 8 discouraged discouragedhis dlsrged dlsrgedhis
his charge with her prospects propef of earning earninga erdn erdna
a living lving for or that It I must mu t be b confessed confessedwas cnl cnlwa
the result at which he
was wa exactly eacty reul he was wasaiming wasaiming
aiming aimingAccordingly aimingAcordingly aimingAccordingly
Accordingly Acordingly as soon as u she had con controlled cn cntoled controlled ¬
trolled toled her h r tears tjrs and he was wa able to togive toSl togive
give Sl her some some precautionary prGtlonry directions directionsmainly di directionsmainly
mainly to avoid appearing apperi at the te front frontwindows tont tontwIndows frontwindows
windows during his absence abnce and to tomake tomake tomake
make as little Ittl6 noise as possible plble in mov moving moving moving ¬
ing about the th room romhe roomha he left her and andhurried andhurried andhurried
hurried to the nearest neret telephone booth boothA both bothA
A short shor search of the directory diretr re revealed Nvele revealeti ¬
vealed vele that Mr Montgomery lIontlomor of font 1ront 1rontclar Montclair > fontclair
clair clar was wa listed lsted among the subscribers subscribersand subribers subribersand
and the connection cnnecton having bavng been ben made a adry ad1 adry
dry d1 rasping voice hailed hnled from the other otherlend otherend otherend
end of the wire wireMr wireMr wireMr
Mr Montgomery MontJomery said sid Graham Grahamdeeming Grbam Grbamdeeming Grithamdeeming
deeming it wiser wise to give the firmname firmnameI frmnamo frmnamorather firmnamerather
I rather than his own gve this tis Is Rogers RogGrsVan RogorsVan RogersVan i
Van Duyck of New NeW York A respect repect repectable respectable I
jable able client clent of ours informs us that ho hohas hohas hohas I I
has taken taen your daughter dau hter under his pri pritection prltecton pcitection
tection tecton and andI 1
I interrupted Interpted I have no daughter daughter he was curtly curtlyinterrupted curly curlyInterpted curtlyinterrupted
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Eh 7 gasped Robert Could it have havebeen baveboen havebeen
been possible oslble that the girl was de derespectability decelvln decelving
celvln him afer after al all laying e claim am t to a arepectabUty arespectability
respectability repectabUty she sIe did ld not possess possessNo possessNor possessNo
No Nor sir repeated the Krim grh voice voiceI voiceI
I have no daughter dau hter I had rl one but butsince but61nce butsince
since she has hs chosen willfully wlfuly to dis disobey disOby disObey ¬
obey Oby me I no longer recognize recogize her as asmy asmy asmy
my ohlld ohlldOh ohldh ohldhOh ohildOh
Oh with wJt better comprehension I Iage IsQ6But Isee
age sQ6But But yo do not fully fuly realize realze tho thocircumstance thoclrCmtancG thecirczzmitances
circumstance clrCmtancG Mr 1lr Montgomery Montgmery The Thepoor Thepoor Tilepoor
poor childwas chid child was cruelly ceUy deceived decelv d by the thevillain theviain thevillain
villain viain who Induced her to leave home homeand homcand homeand
and when she discovered his real rea In Intentions Intentons intentions ¬
tentions tentons and resisted resiste him he not only onlyabandoned onlyabndoned onlyabandoned
abandoned abndoned her but bu struck her b r down dowjSenseless do dotensel downOnseless
Senseless tensel s in the street streetThere street streetThere
There she would probably have have per perished pr prbhad perIshed ¬
ished had not our client clont of whom I Ispoke Ispake Ispoke
spoke rescued recued her and given her he shelter shelterfor sheler shelertor shelterfor
for the night but you ou will wi be glad to tohear tohear tohear
hear she I sustained sustned no permanent ill illeffect I illeffect
effect efect from her experience and seems seemsall seemsal seemsall
all al right rlJht this morning mornln mornlnI
I beg bg your yourpaon pardon and the frigid frigidtose frgd frgdto frigidtoe
toe to betrayed belryed not a n tremor of feeling feelng I Iam 1neither Iam
am neither glad nor sorry to hear what whatyou whatyou whatyou
you have told tOl me I have simply no nointerest noInterest nointcret
interest in this misguided misgided girl girlBut gIrlBut girlBut
But Mi 1 Montgomery persisted persistedRobert persIstedRober persistedRobert
Robert Rober I still sUUdont dont think you quite quiteunderstand quie quieunderstand quiteunderstand
understand Your daughter realizes realze now nowthe nowthe
the mistake mistak she committed eommit and nd is prop properly properly properly ¬
I erly penitent She Is alone here in the thecity thecity thecity
city without funds or any means meas of ofmaking otmakln ofmaking
making makln a livelihood lvellh oa Surely you aro not notgCHfj notgcng notgcng
gcng to < iilemn aoemn her and cast ct her oft oftfor oftfor
for what 1at was Wa at the worst no more morethan moretbanA morethan
than tbanA A a grave gave indiscretion indiscreton That would wouldI wouldbe
I be unnatural monstrous monstrousI monstrousAre
I Are you 30U trying tring to instruct me in inmy Inm inmy
I my m duty sir the tone was distinctly distinctlyhostile distncty distnctyhosUe distinctlyhostile
hostile hostileNot hosUe hostileNot
Not at d all urged Graham hastily
I am simply appealing to your in instincts Instncts instincts ¬
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stincts stncts ae as sltPly a father fater and your humanity humanityas
as a man Why VY think of this poor poorgirls poorgirls poorgirls
girls girls plight Mr Montgomery Montgomer She is isscarcely isscarcely
scarcely arely more than tba a child chid utterly uterly un unfitted unfted unfitted ¬
fitted fted to battle with tho world and al already alreaiy a aready ¬
I ready reaiy sorely sore y punished for her unfortu unfortunate untortuto unfortuDute ¬
nate < to misstep To pardon her now and andreceive andI andruceive
receive rfCelve her back would Insure you her herlove herov6 herbovt
love ov6 5no nd gratitude rattde To steel tcel your heart heartagainst heartwa heartagainst
I against wa nst her h1r may drive her to almost almostany almostan almostany
any an lengths lenghs of desperation deprton For heavens heavensBake heavensBake heavenssake
Bake think man Are you willing Ulng to as assume assume assume ¬
sume so heavy heav a responsibility responslblty
I have already decided decldedthere there was wasno WWlno wasno
no change in the others cold even evenvoice evenvolceuand evenoicaand
voice volceuand oicaand and I am a not one to t be swayed swayedby swayedby swayedby
by emotional emotonal appeals I made it I plain plainto plaint
to t the young woman what she might mightexpect mlgbte mightexpect
expect e pt Ji 1 case she disobeyed my In Injunctions injunctObs injunctions ¬
junctions junctObs and and I see no reason reon to change changemy changemy changemy
my attitude atttude simply because she has al already already a aready ¬
ready begun begn to reap the te reward of her hertransgression hertransslon hertmansgrusion
transgression transgressionBut transslonBut
But pleaded pleded Graham will you not nottake nottke nottake
take tke a little ltte more time to reflect Wontyou Wontyou Wont Wontyou
you at least leastNo le leastNo t tNoo
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mavter a settled setted and done with wlb When WhenHilda WbenHUda WhenElida
Hilda Montgomery Montgomer left my house houe I Iwashed Iashed Iashed
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t nere lore is nothing further you wish to tosay tosay
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no on one could kV he have ben ben snwbls more tactful tattul
and deferential deferental in stating stung the matter
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to sofen soften a block of granie granite with warm warmWater t
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had hld his deserts desertsS deert desertsHe
S He Smf caine to 9 an n abrupt abrpt > t halt hal on the
crowded crowde street his hi Jaw dropping and his hisquestion
face gow grown blank for the dl disodneerting
question queton had suddenly suggested onoerUng itself
to him what what was ws ho to sugg8to do next not Isf
It was wa manifestly maniesty idle to hope for
any yielding or relaxation rlaxtion in the quarter
he had Just approached and te that re
feft0 r left source C having Vlns approace failed taUe him what tat was wasxSPW3 WA WACertain1y
xSPW3 leftCertainly Certainly il the girl couldnt stay on in
definitely defniely in his room even eve If he h were
willing wilng to accept the bathroom couch
as a regular reglar resting restig place nor In the I
present state of his income did
stte Incme he vary V vir Q
well wel see how he was going to provide
her with any an t other refuge retuge
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she would have to have and somehow foo
he could not bring himself to the
thought of turning so dependent and
helpless a creature crature out upon the cold
mercies of the te th world woId upn
The flaming faming poster poter advertisement aerlsament of
a forthcoming article artcle in one of the
Sunday newspapers newspaper c c9ught ught his wander wander ¬
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that poor little UtUE Hilda Hida did not at all ful ¬
fill fl the requirements rCQulrement he had established estbUshed al
for the future Mrs Mr Robert Rober Graham
That Tat place plce was definitely defniely reserved rsred Gram in his hismind hil hismind
mind for a glowing darkhaired darkhae beauty beaty
who answered ansered to the te name nate of Gladys Gladys
No some other less selfsacrificing
1essselfsacrifcln 1essselfsacrifclnplan
plan would have to be evolved to pro provide provide provide ¬
vide for his hi protege But what
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isnt a circumstance crcumsance An A elephant can canalways cn cnalways canalways
always be shipped off of tp the nearest nearestzoo nearestzoo
zoo but what in the name nae of goodness godnes
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young woman who knows kows nothing wth ear earcept except
cept what she learned leared at Miss nothing Ogllvles 0110 e s
boarding school yet must be clothed
fed fe and housed bouse like a lady ladyThe layT layTThe ladyThe
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