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10 THE WASHINGTON TIMES THFKSDAY Y JFLY JlL Y 1 1909 1909T 1909Is
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I Is IsI IsHADIS I HADIS DE L OF THE TH E PAST p AS T 1HI IH llA A Woman By to Win CHARLES AUTHOR The fh Van aSuyden OF OFA Suyden CAREY CAREYAUTHOR Sapphires Etc II IIL II i
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedRobert PublisheBobert i iRobert
Robert Graham a young New York law lawyer law8r aw awr ¬
yer 8r r havlne rescued ued from a hotel fit tire and andfallen andfallen andiallen
fallen vlolontly In Igve In with Gladys Cor Corlett Cor1ett Corlett
lett the daughter of a a mlllionatra mllll nal pro proceeds pr0ceeds proreeds ¬
ceeds home to find a woman lying In Insensible IftIenslble Inens1be ¬
sensible on < In the doorstep of his boarding boardinghouse boardinGhouse boerdtngoue
house oue She is Hilda Montgomery a young younggirl younggirl younggirl
girl who hat been lured te the city by a avillain 8llIaln aiiIIatx
villain under promise of mairtage and andthen andthen andthen
then deserted With a blizzard raging ragingand ragingad ragingad
ad only M cents In his pocket Graham Grabamfinally Graham1naUy Grahamfinally
finally gives up his own room to h her r for forthe toetbe forthe
the night and sleeps himself in the bath bathroom bathroom bathroom ¬
room THe girls father repudiates her herand herand herand
and omen she eeems unfit to earn m h be beown her herown r rown
own living Graham thinks for a time he hehas hehas hebas
has a heavy burden on his hands but on ongoing ongoing ongoIng
going to his office finds a fortunate va vacancy vacancy Vacanny ¬
cancy open for her and also learns that thatne thathI thathe
ne hI has been be retained in an important importantcase
case for Corlett the millionaire H Be be believes 1teHeves beieves ¬
lieves all this time that he has success successfully suoceesfully ouoceefully ¬
fully concealed Hildas presence in the tinboarding theboardinG theboarding
boarding house but as a matter of fact factIt taetIt factIt
It has been nosed out by William War Warwick WarIck Wartvlck ¬
wick Ick a mysterious new boarder The TIHtat TIHtattel Ut Utter latter ¬
ter returning home that evening a f few fewmoments fewmomenta w wmoments
moments before Robert arrives to bring bringthe brtngthe bringthe
not note for forGraham forGraham forGraham
the glad news to Hilda sees a
and recog recognizing ncogn reSnizing ¬
Graham upon ien tn the hall table
nizing n zlng the handwriting as that of Gladys GladysCorlett GladsCorlett GladysCorlett
Corlett slips It into his poaHet poaHetCHAPTER poaretCHAPTER posketCUAPTER
CHAPTER IX IXXO IXNO IXo
XO o ONE THE WISBR7 WISBR7RAHAM WIS1RRAILM SKRl SKRlGRAHAM
RAHAM was pretty certain that thatno thatno
4 GRAHAM no discovery had been made of ofsecret otsecoat ofsecret
secret he was maintaining maintainingunder mr1ntalnlngunder rjntaIningundr
under Miss Bowens blameless blamelessroof blamelessroof bIftIfleIeSroof
roof roofWere Were it otherwise the landlady whose whosedoor whosedoor j jdoor
allowed allowednoneof allowednone allowednoneof
door left open Into the hall
of ofher ofher ofher
noneof none of tho Incomings or outgoings
her guests to remain unknown to her herwould herWould herwould
would undoubtedly have overhauled him himupon blmupon himupon
upon his ontranee or had she he by some somerare somerart somerare
rare chance been out his hi stanch ally allyDelia allyDella allyDella
Della the maid would have been on onhand onhand Onhand
hand to give hfcu LJ timely warning warningNevertheless warningNevertheless warnlngNevertheless
Nevertheless his heart was beating beatingfast be beaungfast tlng tlngfast
fast with anxiety as he paused pau ed before beforethe beforethe beforethe
the door of the th room and cautiously cautiouslygave cautiOUSLYVe utlouslypve
gave Ve the prearranged signal signalThere sIt1 signalThere l lThere
There was a brief interval of waiting waJtlngan j jan
an interval which seemed endlesS e dlea to tohtm tohtmthen tObunthen
htm htmthen then the bolt was hesitatingly hesitatinglywithdrawn hesitatinglYWithdrawn esLtat1ngIywithdrawn
withdrawn and the key turned in the thelock thelock theIok
lock lockStepping Stepping inside Bob ob could at first firstmake firstmake llratnaice
make out nothing but the glrts dim dimoutline dimouUlne dimoutilne
outline In the shadowy dusk of the theapartment theapartment theatartment
apartment but when he had drawn the thecurtains thecurtains thecijrtains
curtains and turned on the gas he saw sawplainly sawplainly sawjlainly
plainly that she had been crying cryingPoor cryingPoor cryingPoor
Poor little thing ha murmured gen gently gently galltly ¬
tly moved to sudden pity by the sight sightof shhtor sightof
of her tearstained pathetic face cn cnhas It Ithas ithas
has been a trying day for you hasnt hasntitr hasntit
itr it 1 r
itrShe She 1She pressed her handkerchief hurried hurriedly ¬
ly to her eyes and strove to compose composethe compose composethe composethe
the quivering of her lips lipsOh lipsDb lipsOh
Oh Mr Graham Grata n a she e cried dont dontthink dontthink dontthink
think me ungrateful but It has been beenalmost beenaUnost beenaihiost
almost unbearable I dWnt care to tomove tomove toxnoVo
move about or stir I didnt dare to go gonear gonear gonear
near the windows I didnt even dare He Hedown liedown Hedown
down tor fear I might mi bt fall asleep and andscream andscream andscream
scream In a nightmare I couldnt in interest Interest Interest ¬
terest myself in any of 0 the books or ormagazines ormagazines ormagazines
magazines ail I could do was alt with withfolded withfolded withfolded
folded hands and b d think shuddering in interror Interror Interror
terror every time a aQY y one passed by in inthe Inthe Inthe
the hall hallAnd hallAnd hailAnd
And then the loneliness she sob sobbed sobbed sobted ¬
bed the dreadful loneliness while I Iwatched Iwatched Iwatched
watched the hands of the clock drag dragaround dragaround dragaround
around and every hour seemed an aneternity aneternity aneternity
eternity eternityI
I was 8 like a child when it began 1H pn to toget toget toget
get dark It was U ft otlock and you youeald youeald yousaId
eald you wouW wou be oeT hack ek by that time timeSuppose timeSuppoe timeSuppose
Suppose you did act come at all allll I IImagined Ifuiaglned I
Imagined aU sorts 4 of > f terrible accidents accidentshad aecklentahad accidentshad
had happened to yes What was was s to Be hecome Become become
come of me without your our help had nd pro protection prot protection ¬
S
tection tectionWhat t tectionWhat ti
What bat is to beeome of a aK9IoTWY aK9IoTWYzhe gpywayr gpywayrhe sywayrS
S she he broke 8tt ff despairingly c 1 cant cantstay cantstay cantstay
stay heret here endure another aq thet such su suibday h day ay of ofsolitude ofsolitude ofsolitude
solitude and fear Better beg in the thestreet tIMtztreetB thestreet
street or even fen throw myself in the theriver therlver theriver
river Oh dont think ate ungrateful ungratefulMr
Mr Graham Grali m but I cottMat stand an another IBot1er n nother ¬
other day of it 1 IShe 1She 1he
She he was w s becoming hysterical h7 oaI her hervoice herVoice hervoice
voice rising and herJwrtl h8LrIttbr borf tbrhi 1br shaking shakingwith aklngwith shakingwith
with emotion tad ad Graham sftw w that it itwas Itwas ItWas
was time to reassure rf8 reaseureThere 1Qe 1QeThere her herThere
There there he s said M you will not notiave nothae notbave
iave to stay et here another hour I 11Ia 11Iagood have hvegood havegood
good news for you youGood yeuGood yenGOOd
Good news newer she asked her eyes eyeslighting 8Y 8Yligbtlng nyselighting
lighting up upAh upAh upA5b
Ah he smiled you ou are like my myself DIYself myself ¬
self apt to think when things go O a bit bitwrong bttwrong bitwrong
wrong that they will never right them themselves themselves themselves ¬
selves again but somehow they al always always iiways ¬
ways do You should remember that it itis ItIs itIs
is always darkest Just before the dawn dawnYes 4wllYes dawnYes
Yes Yes a she e cried impatiently impatientlyB impatlentlYi4B1
4B1 B what Is your good news new Dont Dontkep Dontkettp Dontkeep
keep me in suspense It cant be that thatray tbatmy thatray
ray father fatherGrahams tatherGrahams fatherGrahams
Grahams face grew dark The less lesseaid 1 1Mid 1issaid
Mid about your father my dear the thebetter thebetter thebetter
better No my news is I simply that I Ihave Il1 Ibeen
have l1 been able to secure you a poet position po poetA l lA ¬
tion
tionA A A position tlon with a salary she sheasked JIbenaked sheasked
asked askedWell Well yea he confessed ooat ued although althoughrm 1thoUChrll
I rm ir afraid youll think ifs pretty small smallIt iuaI1its U UIts
It Its s only 12 I a week 1 t to start off 01 with withbut wttbbut wIthbut
but butTwelve
Twelve dollars a week she gasped gaspedDo gaapedno
Do you realty mean It Why you youeaid ymf11d yound
eaid nd only this moraine that I could couldearn eoltIdearn couldearn
earn nothing Oh Ohwlth with sudden 1IUdd ap apprehension apfr apfrtheneion ¬
prehension fr frtheneion 1en londo do you suppose I can hold holdilc hold11p holdjir
ilc 11p had to smile at her feverish ex excTfrnent exc exctment
cTfrnent c I guess there is no doubt doubtat doubtS
at S ut that he assured aa ured her All that thatis thatl
is 1 > r rqulNJd < iuird is legible 1IaBdwrltln nandwriUnjr and a areasonable aresonabJ are4sOnabla
reasonable amcunt of system You ou will willrive willI
rive 1 1 e to toI to1ut
I 1ut at u t the Sb was wa no longer listening listeningTwelve UatenlngTwelve listeningTwelve
Twelve dollars a week She was wasmurmuring w wmurmuring wasmurmuring
murmuring happily I shall > > not have havepert haveto havetq
to starve 01 dPpe depend d on charity att after afterall r rRlI
all I can support myself I can sup suppert suppirt
pert myself myselfIt rny elt eltIt
It was wa wonderful the change which whichhi
hi l i announcement had wrought In Ir ntr ntrnpearance her herappearance hernpearalice
appearance The droop was gone from
her shoulders her face was radiant her hereyes hereyES hereyes
eyes sparkling sparklingOh
Oh how can I thank you Mr Gra Graham Graham Graham ¬
ham 1 she sh exclaimed How can I ever everthank everthank everthank
thank you youAnd youAnd ou ound
And nd now she urged after her first firsttransports firsttranlflorts firsttransports
transports tad subsided tell me all allabout aUabout allshout
about it itLet ItLet itLet
Let thatnait that alt a bit advised Gra Grayou G Gham Graham
ham The jflng to do first Is to settle settleyou settleyou
you in more comfortable com to rtabl e quarters quartersand Quartersand quartersand
and since the th other ot her boarders are all go going goIzig o oIng ¬
ing down to dinner calling her atten attention attention attention ¬
tion to the steady stead stream of feet feetthrough fe feetthrough t tthrough
through the hell there is no better bettertime bettertime bettertime
time to make our escape than just at atpresent atpre atpreeent
present presentThey pre preeentThey ent entThey
They lingered a few moments longer longerto
to give any straggler time to reach the thetable thetable thetable
table Then satisfied by a reconnols reconnolssance reconnolsMnce reconnoisounce
ounce that the coast was clear Robert Robertbrought Robertbought Robertbrought
brought out a storm coat and cap which whichduring wblchduring whichduring
during the hurried h rr1ed passage to the front frontdoor frontdoor frontdoor
door would enable his companion to topass topass topass
pass as a very acceptable if rather un undersized uns1ersized Undersized ¬
dersized young man manThen manThen manThen
Then with the gas in the hall turned turneddown turneddown turneddown
down to a mere glimmer and the tell telltale telltale telltale ¬
tale marabou toque concealed under the theenveloping theenvelopln theenveloping
enveloping folds of her capacious gar garment garment garmont ¬
ment they stole breathlessly from the tbehou thehouae j
house houseNo hou houaeNo e eNo
No one intercepted them them upon the theway thewa thewar
way wa The only sound which reached reachedtheir reachedtheIr reachedtheir
their ears was the uninterrupted clatter clatterof
of o knives and forks from the dining diningroom diningroom diningroom
room showing that no suspicion was wasentertained waseutertalned wasentertained
entertained of their maneuver maneuverRobert maneuverRobert maneuverRobert
Robert drew a quick qJ ck sigh of relief as asthey asthe asthey
they the reached the bottom of the stoop stoopQood stoopDOd stoopclood
Qood DOd he exulted Weve done It Itand Itand Itand
and no one the wiser I could hardly hardlyhave hardlyluwe hardlyhave
have believed in such luck luckHad luckHad luckHad
Had he only known It though his hiscongratulations hiscongratulations hiscongratulations
congratulations were a trifle trl e premature prematureThere prematuraThere prematureThere
There was one person in the boarding boardinghouse boardinghouse boardinghouse
house who was watching their stealthy stealthyexit stealthyexit stealthyexit
exit exitAnticipating Anticipating some such move William WilliamWarwick WilliamWarwick WIlliamWarwick
Warwick the hew boarder had been beensittingin beensltUng1n beensitting
sittingin sitting in the dark in his room with withthe withthe Withthe
the doors ajar and when he heard the thedeparture thedeparture thedeparture
departure of o the fugitives he had crept creptout creptout creptout
out to peer over the balustrade balustradeStepping balustradeStepping balustradeStepping
Stepping back baekthen then ho had snatched snatchedup snatcbedup
up a long coat drawn a slouch hat hatlow hltloW htlow
low over his forehead and rapidly rapidlydescending rapldlde rapidlydescendiar
descending de cendln the he stairs was able to slip slipout slipout slipout
out the front door not more than a aminute amInute aminute
minute or so after afterthe the other two twoA twoA twoA
A glance up the street showed him himRobert himRobert himRobert
Robert and the ho grl lrl not yet et to the cor corner corn cotnor ¬
nor n I so milling the brim of his hat yet yetlower yetlower yetlower
lower over his brow he started in pur pursuit pursuit putsuit ¬
suit For indifferent as Robert regard regarded ¬
ed the new 1Jew boarder board or Mr William War Warwick Warwick Varwick ¬
wick was deeplyinterested d de lYlntarested m lnth Intese these se pro proceedings proceedlnes proeeedings ¬
ceedings and nad a agame game of ofh ofhls his s own to toCHAPTER toplay toplay
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CHAPTER X XAT XATTE XAT
AT ATTE THE E ROVBRSI ROVBRSIfft ROVERsI ROVERsIIII
fft III T STOPPED on my way up town townJ townto
J 1 to engage engagea a room for you at a aboarding aboudlng aboarding
boarding house I saw advertised in inthe inthe inthe
the eveningpapar diselgsed dl clQse Graham Grahamas
as he and HIM Hilda a left Miss Bowens Bowensand Bowensand Rowensand
and its dangers daT ers behind behlndcth them m and set settled settled settIed ¬
tled down to a normal gait It looks lookslike lookslike lookslike
like a very decent place Indeed but butof buto butof
of o course if you dont like it after afteryou atteryou afteryou
you are there you can easily change changeHilda changeHUda changeHiida
Hilda murmured murmur d something to the theeffect theeffect theeffect
effect that almost any port of refuge refugewas retusewas refugewas
was good elough for her and that thatwas she sneas shewas
was as quite willing to abide by his hlsselec hlsselecUOQ selecUomz selec selection ¬
tion tionThere There is one point though that thatyou tblltyou thnxyou
you must bear in mind he cautioned cautionedIn cautionedIn
In girder to avoid embarrassing ques questions questions questions ¬
tions i r represented to the landlady that thatyou thatyou thatyou
you were a cousin of mine coming on onfrom onfromthe onfrom
from fromthe the West to toand and by the wax waxhe waybe waxhe
he brokein broke In sharply upon himself If Ifwill Itwill Ifwill
will loot odd to have you coming there therewithout therewithout therewithout
without any baggage wont it Not Notonly Notonly Notonly
only look odd but be deuced incon inconvenient inconvenient ¬
venient to you as well suddenly re remembering ramemberl reinemberiag ¬
membering memberl g that she had not even a achange a achange achange
change of linen with her herBy herBy herBy
By Jove I hadnt thought of it be before before before ¬
fore but youre in need of oerall er all sorts sortsof sortsof sortsof
of things thingsTil thingsrn thingsrh
Til rh tell you he said after a mo moment moment memoot ¬
ment the downtown stores are all allclosed allcloaed allclosed
closed up by this time but there are areplaces areplaCe8 areplanes
places over on Third ev ffIJUe nue where we wecan wecan wecan
can qet et what is most urgent urg nt and buy buya
a sultease ult to pat P panic At1t ir In InI inI
I didnt know Just how soon we couldget could couldgtt couidgt
get away from tromMis8 Miss Bowens so I told toldyour toldJ9Ur toldyour
your landlady not to expect unectyQU you before beforenine beforeatpe eforeJlB
nine JlB or oraUPSt > he1f8 halfpast ta1d and that will wtllgve give us usplenty uaplenty 115pnty
plenty of time not only to make your yourpurchases yourP8rcbses yourpurchases
purchases but also to get dinner at a aJolly ajolly ajoily
Jolly little restaurant I stumbled into intoover intooer Intoover
over in that section the other night nightHere nightHere nightHere
Here he pressed a twentydollar bill billinto blUinto billInto
into the girls hand I guess that will willsee willsee willsee
see you through on what Is absolutely absolutelynecessary absolutelYneceuary absolutelynecessary
necessary but if it isnt lsntenough > enough dont donthesitate donthe donthesitate
hesitate he ltate t call on me for more I Ihavent II IIhavent Ihavent
havent ttii slightest Idea Ide what these thesetemlnlne thesefemInine j jfeminine
feminine fineries cost costHilda costflfij5
Hilda however entered a vehement vehementprotest vehementisroteet
prote protest t against accepting money from fromiilm tromhim fromisbn
isbn him He had already been too kind kindshe klndhe kipdshe
she he declared and andthis thle more faintly faintlythough talntlythoucb faintlythoughshe
though thoughshe she he could manage to get along alongvery alongvery alongvery
very welll until she was able to buy buywhat buyvhat j jWhat
what she required herself herselfNonsense herselfNonsense I INonaease
Nonsense insisted Graham That Thatis Thatill ThatIs
is all right from the conventional conventionalstandpoint conventionaltndpolnt conventionalstandpoint
standpoint but you ou must understand understandnow
now my dear girl that you are eman emancipated omanclptod ¬ i iclJ
cipated clJ 8t d Sex no longer counts We are aresimply aresimply I IIIlmply
simply fellowworkers In the same shop shopshipmates shopshipmates Ii IiblpmatBlil
shipmates on a common bark and as assuch asINch assuch
such I have a right to offer and you to toaccept toaccept toaccept
accept the ordinary aid which one com comrade cornrade ¬ I Irade
rade may tender to another in a season seasonof seasonof seasonof
of temporary illluck illluckBut m iiiRut Iuck IuckBut
But that would not be the end of it itif ItIt itIf
if I were a man man she he still hesitated hesitatedYou hesitatedYou hesitatedYell
You would expect to be paid back backwithin backwithin backwithin
within a reasonable time timeAnd timeAnd timeAnd
And so I do with you he assured assuredier assuredher
her ier er although such had not been his hisoriginal hisoriginal hisoriginal
original intention Oh never nev r fear I Ishall Ihall Ishall
shall be a regular Shylock in claiming claimingmy claimingmy
my own Suppose to put It on a busi businesslike buslne busineaslike ¬
nesslike ne allke basis after you are fully set settled Bettied settied ¬
tied in your job you begin to pay me meback meback meback
back at the rate of say y 60 O cents a ai aweek awekT
i week wfeeitxWith weekWith wekT wekTWIth
With this understanding Hilda final finally finally finally ¬
ly consented although she vainly argued arguedfor arguedtor arguedfor
for a time In Infavor I favor of weekly metal Instalments Inlltalmenta metalmeats ¬
meats of a dollar insisting that she shecould shecould shecould
could easily spare ap Te so much from her hersalary heruJary hersalary
salary But when Graham pointed out outthat outtbat outthat
that her board and room room weuld cost her herI
7 I a week and that carfare laundry laundryand laundrynd laundryand
and nd lunches would also have to be taken takeninto taltennto takeninto
into account she yielded to his rea reatvning rea14nlng rcasnIng
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He refused refu ed too when the purchases purchaseshad purchaseshad
had all been made and the new suit suitcase Buttcaae suitcase
case filled with a modest array of lin lingerie lingerie ungene ¬
gerie and toilet necessities to receive receiveback receiveback receiveback
back the change from the twenty which whichshe whichIIh whichshe
she IIh tried to press upon him himYou himYou himYou
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did I tell you That little bunch of ofpaper ofpaper ofpaper
paper and silver in your hand has al already alread already ¬
ready read made a new person out of you youBy youBy ou ouBy
By the time youve Ouve sampled a good goodithick goodthick goodthick
thick steak and a pot of coffee with me meat meat meat
at the Rovers youll oul1 be feeling fit as asa asa asa
a fiddle fiddleIll
Ill bet he eyed her accusingly accusinglyyou I
you havent put a bite on onyour your our mouth mouthsince mouthsince mouthsince
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I didnt dare stir around to get luncn luncneon luncneon luncheon
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have the heart to eat Perhaps there thereis
is something in what you say about aboutthe aboutthe aboutthe
the possession pos es lon of a little money she sheadded sheadded sheadded
added Certainly when I came out outtonight outtonight outtonight
tonight dinner was the last thing I Ithought Ithought Ithought
thought I wanted but now since you youhave youhave ou ouhave
have mentioned that steak I am grow growing growng growtag ¬
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Bully for so am I avowed Robert Robertand RobertJlnd Robertpnd
and here is the Rovensl on the next nextblock nextblock nextiflock
block Well make It t a family size sir sirIpln 5hpIn sirIn
pIn In with mushrooms on the side and andpotatoes andpotatoes
potatoes au gratin Eh How is that thatfor thatfor thatfor I
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pals they entered the quaint little littlerestaurant littlesestaurant
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in a slouch hat who peered in at the theside theside
side door a minute or two later marked markedthe markedthe markedthe
the tablo where they sat and then with witha J
a saturnine gleam in his eyes hurried hurriedaway hurriedaay hurriedaway
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