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Worcester V orcester Citizens Are Con Convinced Convinced ¬
vinced Townsman Is the theForemost theForemost theForemost
Foremost Aviator AviatorTRAVELS AviatorTRAVELS AviatorTRAVELS
Othor Than That They Know Noth Nothing Nothing Nothing
ing of Machine Machinetillinghast MachinetillinghastSccretive TitlinbastSecretive Tillinghast TillinghastSecretive
Secretive SecretiveWORCESTER SecretiveWORCESTER SccretiveVORCSTER
WORCESTER Mass x Dec StFlrmly bFlrml bFlrmlconvlncd LP1rm LP1rmeonvInvd
convinced that their townsman tow Wallace raUa e
E r Titlinghast is the foremost foremo aviator aviatorof viator viatorof
of tb the age lI e 20W 2Ot Worcester people who
last night saw a w a mysterious airship cir circle cArIe ciree ¬
cle Ie and nd hover over this thl city clt are today
awaiting hi h1 return from hie 11 hI nocturnal nocturnalIlght
fight eager e fr to atone for their t Jeers JeerstOte Jee
tOte theit JI he recently reo lntly < declare la he had flown
to New York and ruturned ruturnedNo
No one today absolutely b know kno that
It was Tiliinghast who made the ftlght ftI t
Hut no one doubt it They do know
however that some me alrahlp poised and andpwuny Ilndwunt andwun
pwuny wun hawklike wtclIke over the city clt at a
holpht or about 1MO 1 feet feetWhere fefltWhere feetVhe
Where TUIInghast keeps kee hie h Mamhne aerial aerialmachine rIaI rIaImachIne
machine Is still a dead secret For Forthree Forthreo Forthreo
threo nights Jllph nl hta recently reeen y the speedometer speedometeron ometer ometernn
on O lila automobile has registered In Inmiles 1 1m 1flhLIe
miles m IIN ami It hi thought possible the th ma machine marilin ¬
chine to secreted eted somewhere lMMne near the thei th
i onnecticut or Rhode Island Iand line linerilUnchast linetlUnJbaet
rilUnchast left here quietly about A1toundOCk 4 4oclock
oclock n dock yesterday afternoon probably by bytrain b btrain bfrnlu
train after having havln telephoned his wife wifethat WIfethlt wU
that he would net Ve home horn for the thenijrht thenirht th i
nijrht 11 ght Where he went Is a mystery and andnot andnot nl I
not a word will his we wt s aey y t to8 elear elearit olearIt elearit
it away awayYoull awayYovU awayYottl1
Youll have to talk to Mr TlUmshast TlUms
hast is all 11 she will zy l y He knows knowshis knowh knowahia I
his h if awn business When he xets Jle ready
to talk hell 11 talk and not before
This is much to the same me effect etCectf as asthe I
f the h statement of TJIMnghast recently recentlyafter reeentlyart
after art r his announcement that he had had110n I
flown to New York and back on the thenight theJ1 th
night J1 ight of September 8 8 Theyll laugh at atT atu alyu
T yu u If you dont produce the machine
h > was At told Let them laugh he said ak
t nave the machine I have made nid ade t
flight When I Ret ready to talk Ill I
talk I dont care what the public i
Ihlnkii IhlnkiiOne 1
One On pt the men who had an excellent excellenti
i jew of the mysterious alrslilp here lafct lafctnlgftt l lab tnlabt L I
nlgftt was TU John B Goodell a nrotnl nrotnlnpnt proenlnpnt proinirient
npnt merchant I was wa standing on tf tfstreet tl1e tl1ejltr > t
jltr street t talking to a party of o friends he heraid heFsld I
raid today when hen I saw what seeing eeemWt eeem I
to to t be a peculiarly bright star tar shooting
t toward wart1 us across the sky ky Soon the v IIP tp
fuance p arance became that of a broad bar tpr of oi r
light and within a few minutes I could couldmake eouldmake I
make out the framework of an n airship airahi coukp p
I nl see ae two men perched just behind I
th thf headlight It wheeled and circled circledR I
about R over the th city with ease N and for
st 1 time remained almost if I not lIulte uite uIt
aUQiuiry Hundreds Hundr s saw it There t
was 1111 no mistake It
wa w certainly rtalnly a i I
greater ftfght ght than any of which I have hav C
exer er beard and if it was Mr Ttlttnghast t I
who mad m it it sim I
simply means that he h S
Jias ha far surpassed th the fe feats eat t of the thi C I i
Wrights rlshu or any other aviator aviatorRumor AviAtorHAUGHTON
Rumor That Veteran I
Would WouldBe WouldBe 1
Be Let Out Is Flatly FlatlyDenied FlatlyDenied FlatlyDenied
Denied DeniedBOSTON DeniedBOSTOi DeniedfiOTO
BOSTON Maw x ee Dee aAlhkrtlc AthU C
circles elrel at Harvard were unnecessarily unneceeeertlatirred
stirred by b a I report that great changes caaa 0
in the football and baseb regimes 1881 at a t
tho Cambridge University were under underway under1AY r ray
way ay The first was wa that the coming comln to tor 1 0 0I
r ambrldge amhrId to enlace tu u business by b
1 llavW > avid Campbell was only the forerunner forerunnerof r
of f his succeeding Percy Perc Haupton H aught on mu a
head coach of next falls raU football eleven eleDfit eevei 0 0Pt
Dt Cambridge and the second was w that the t t1r
r fir r E N Nichols Ihol was to he seriously wrtoual wrtouall ae oual I
considered l as the coach for the Ib Harvard it
i aseball > team succeeding ucceedlu Louis Pleper Pleperwho r rwho
who 110 has be coached the nin nllM tnelast three threei threepanl thre C
i Pare panlIt PareTr > arsTt
Tt may be authoritatively authorttthel stated that the It
jifther of these e reports repor in s correct There Theref Thor C
f no plan on foot among < the th football It
7n TI H ef Harvard to have any an man other ethe r
han Mr Haughton couch the eleven eeve 0 0xt
i xt falL cli Percy HauKhlon Ihw tUffI has as yet yetU ye et t tven
1 ven no deftnlt IrtateJnent Jeprdln Jeprdlnw g
U w plans fl for next season but It Is I un unr unrtOOt I Irtoo4
r rtOOt too4 by all concerned In Harvard d
football that he will be the th coach in I ft
i 14JO < io
14JOSln iioSince ioSince
Since Sln tbe doce of the recent J ectn nt season on ii
he has given ven no little attention to the thesubject theIlbject Ii C Ccibject
subject < of o necessary ctiances in the theOWUII th 5
football rules rul he attended the recent recentexhibition reeentfthiWtlon recem t
exhibition htbMIon of Canadian football footh In New lei a aork
York ork as a representative rtpre entatlvt of Harvard Harvards HarvArdlnd I Ind
lnd s nd there has been no Intimation on his hispart hi hirt s sFart
part rt rt that th t he will not be willing wIIItn to toroach 10t t 0 0toach
roach t the eleven again againThe alOtlllThe aininThe
The question of f his IxMiig tw h superseded d
b bv David Campbell or any one else elserrver elaef cli C Crvr
rrver f rr has bern hfo n considered fcy tbe Har Iiaiard ¬
Yard ard football committee committeeBRITT committerBRITTISSLATED ommlttftBRITT
BtitSroore Boxer Denies That ThatBrittoa ThatBritto Thi it itBrittGi
Brittoa Is 1 to Meet Chjun ChjunBALTIMORE Cllampi ChnI3ALTIMOItL
BALTIMORE De 2 3Youn 3YounTrltt Young YoungTritt g g1ritt
Tritt th the featherwsldit < champion of ofTHO f
THO 1 hI 19 KOvth in i m chagrined over the r rnt rf rfut rnt
< < nt report that Jack Britton of Chi ChiIs Chit 1 1Ic
> Is I to m meet et t Abe Attell the Amern Amer r rIn
an n featherweight chatapion on New NewVear Ne Neear w wp
Vear p ear Day 0 at Savannah Britt has hasArticles hurtlrl hi LI LIrtelee
Articles rtlrl showing that he signed to toTCW 10r I o o1K
TCW r 1K I Attell on that date dat and Is I pu puyied PUzlfd pm pme4
yied e4 as to how the rumor about au Brlt Brltron Brlrnn 13r11ton
ron clashing dhln with Attell originated
The Tb local boxer has been training tralnin tralninr
tor r tbe Attell tte1l contest ontt > lIt for a week or ormore e ejore
more 111 ore and It III apparent that he hemeans heIllflane t te teteafl
means teafl to be at Ms iei best when he t I Ivavee
uavss Ia this city for Havannah next ne C
Tuesday TuesdayAMERICAN rueyAMERICAN r ucadayAMERICAN
LOKDOK Dec 23 30anny Danny Maher Maherthe Mahrthe r
the American Jockey has just bouylit bouylithouse bouyhlt boulItjp rtt tt
t tjp I > house and estate known as a Crop Cropwell Croptli
well tli Hall near Nottingham for furt f fI r i i2rA
t 2rA 2rAIt r rIt
It In I within easy aa reach of the tl roiin roiinty rountr oiit oiitt 1
ty tr t V taunted hlln by b by thr e famous > t > < k of ofMHinrlf 41r
r MHinrlf lJnl iifltliHt IRfl1 RUHI tin I IIf h hi 1 f4 I 7
If UOJr i ir i I 101 Hi In JUiMi I Vhlrl L I of ofoJ Cr Cri
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I The Cleverness of Card Cardillac CardillacL ilIac I Ii
i L t By ROBERT BARR i it
010 t
SyiMpsU S yit of Chapters Already Published PublishedVictor P Wia ed edVictor
Victor ktor De Caddillac a hotheaded Im Jmpetoun ImleIOU imtoi
petoun toi youth Outh of Gascony gneii to Iaric Iaricto
to M peer K ht his fortune benrlnx rln a letter from fromrhartes fromhartes
rhartes dAlbert de d Luynei f favorKe vorUe of eryoua ofOUa
youa OUa Ktag Kia Louis XIII and cbief minis minister minll1ft mintitT ¬
itT awl fld dictator of France He H learn learnhat leamalbat bermide
hat MM MIter to 1 a Joke JokeChmittae JokeQuodll jokeciditinc
Chmittae Quodll is I warned of the urowes of oftj orDe
tj De L lAy yn s II a swordsman Treoor a Rcoafldeatlal a11a1
coafldeatlal 11a1 wurvant offer 0 Cardlllac a achance a1Ie arhanco
chance 1Ie to meet D De Luyn 1M Loynes and prove his hlcmettle hIndlle
mettle mettleCardlllac IndllelrdJllac
Cardlllac goes to the gat gate Ie of D De UijrwsB UijrwsBIMUace LII LIIalld
palace and a man luppoMCI uppo dly D DUay De DeOIIHIII
Uay OT comeii < forth Cardlllac attallul attallulhim ttabkhim ttabk ttalkhim
him and U a wounded He discover dl rovera then thenthat theAthat thenthat
that hi hll antagonist nt I Ie not Dw DebwL Itujme Itujmebl
bl the Due de XontnUl an n opponent of ofDe ofDe
De Luynes lAy Treor s object evMeatly evadfoU be being belli belug
lug < to make him UM asssssia of the man manwho manwho
who 13 De Lorn Lurme wanted out of the way wayH w wH
H He remembered mbered that Treaor had told him htmthat himlhat
that the minister had imprisoned d dMontruir ck ckXlraU dotvstrufts
Montruir denkter d ucht lIter lIterThe r rThe
The duke make known hi his Identity and andrfeelarea andthat
declare that be I Ii not subject to arrcw arrcwexcept IUTNncept
except at the king kIna order He pretends pretendsthat pnten41that
that Cardlllac has been wounded by foot footpad foot1JIIdIt ¬
pad He 14 invites both Cardlllac and the thesergeant thent
sergeant nt of police lce to hi hili house were the theduke theduke theduke
duke succeed in wheedling from the thesergeant thewrlJnt
sergeant rent a lettre de cachet or warrant warrantsigned warrantII
signed by the king giving the holder holderthereof r rtheroC
thereof power to arrest whomsoever be bewould beWOUld
would The doctor drewe CardiUac CardiUacwound CardlUacW Crdd1
wound woundThe W
The duke a learn Cardlllaes story and anddteeover andbl
discovers hi his hatred of De Uuynes Luy The Thed Theduke
d duke ke dlvlaec Itlyl De Uujmes Inteatloa to kill killhim killhim
him AM and order ate majontama to oon oonplete etIpl9te oimplots
plots preparation for a ahesty hasty JIaIt jowaey jcMtnteYHPTER
I CHPTBB V Continued Continuedv Con tinued tinuedWHEN
JIBN the coachman had re reA re retired retired
WHEN v A j tired th the duke rose from the theV theta
V table ta blf P11 picking UP th the docu document document
ment which the sergeant 1I 8nt had hadgiven had1ven
given givenPoor g 1ven 1venPoor
Poor devil poor deviy tl vll he murmur murmured murmurltI murmurd ¬
ed e d But we cant make an omelet with without wltbout ¬
out O ut breaking breaktn eggs eggsTo egpJn
To whom do you ou refer my lord lordssked lordauked lordsked
ssked a Cadillac who was now the only onlyother onlycthfr onlyther
other o person in the room roomTo roomTo
To ro tlt tl18 sergeant It shows bow the tII peas peasant peIUInt ¬
ant a nt origin of De 1 Luynes Luy that he should shouldgive aouldgive
give g Ive HO potent a commission comm as e tb tbto this thisto
to t o such a stupid IK PId man Do you recognIze reeG nlwe
that t signature signatureCardlllac 1I1 signatureCardIIIc ature7 ature7Cardmae
Cardlllac took the warrant
No my lord he said saidThat 14 14That
That hi the stgnnianual atgnn anual of our new
king kln k ing Louis III IIICap IIICap
Cap de thou And what then t en is I
th the t he document to which it is attached T
UA A lettre de cachet so formidable that
through th rough its aid you might consign to
the t he Baatile the entire peerage e of France Franc
if i f the blank space contained
room roo I
enough e for Or their names
Cardillac gave utterance to an excla
r ri nation fton of dismay The duke continued continuedthis
Think or sUlh II document
placed p laced In the handa oC an Ignorant wr c
g eant of police o For or part oC one night
this th t his product of th the gutter had it in his
power p ower to bury alive aItv U ve half a dozen of ol
the t he greatest noMes In France
laiynes L LP uyncs as I have said proves that De he I I
P possesses the mind and soul of a peas ¬
ant a nt when he places so terrible a
weapon I
into I the
hands of a raw policeman
Lettres L Lt aUren de cachet have never been put
to t o such a use since 8ine they were Intro ¬
duced d uced a little
more than fifty years yea ago
That T hat man De Lnyncs L 1ynes Is ignorant even I
of o f their form A A l 1ettre ttre de cachet Is I Ic I
really r a lettre close It should be closed
In i n such a way that the letter cannot be I
opened without breaking breakln the seal Here t
It i t is tossed about as If It t were of no fl
more importance than the addition of ot t
an a n Innkeeper InnkeeperBut
But when the kirp kir learns of this thl I
use made of his signature said Car ¬
dlllac dlllacOh dUlacOh d iflec
Oh the king kln crie De Wontreuil
with a hopeless hopel shrug of his shnMers bulderL I
But come we have Balked IIe enough of 0 C
this t his Are you ready for or supper
I confess to an appetite said the Liii S
young man n Indifferently It te some S
hours since I dined dinedI I Ir
I shall be very ver glad Iad of your com ¬
pany concluded his lordship and they the r i
mounted the stairs atel together togetherCHAPTER tosetherCHAPTgR togetherTH
THE HE days d of th the great chefs bad not notdawned notdawnfd no t
dawned upon Paris It was during
the t he next reign r that a cook killed him himself hlmsell himself ¬
self because beea IIe the king added salt to a adish adlah i I
dish he composed ed yet et If any anyone one had hai I
ti told t Cardlllac that morning of the th com co
ing i ng glories Itlori of trie t ± lp French cuisine culslneIC culslneICny If Ifany f
any ny one had prophesied to him that be be
fore he was an old man he wtfuld enjoy enjo
a banquet to which th the supper of the th C 1
Due Du de Montreuil could not hold a can ¬ 1
dle dlethe the youth outh would have called the theprophet tbepophet th C Cprophet
prophet false falseHfI
He brought with him to this thl midnight midnightmeal < ht t I
meal m eet the sauce uce which even tbe tlpe greatest reatee t
French chefs agree they cannot equal equala I
a healthy youthful hunger not yet yetprolonged yetprolonJted ye t
prolonged Into actual starvation hut hutperilously butptrllouely hu t tperilously
perilously close to the border borderThe borderduke I
The duke conducted his eager guest gues ueet t tto
to a cabinet so small that it could ii I
hardly be dignified with the name of o f i
dining room It Jt8 was somewhat fan fantastically tantlltlcally I Itactically ¬
tactically decorated the t he walls were of ofa o PC PCJU I Ia
a very ery pure JU and daasllng white divided dividedinto dlvld4MIInto d dinto >
into long panels by thin gilt moldln moldlnCrdlllac I
Cardlllac in the th candlelight candlelI ht could not notbe no t
be sure whether the ceiling ellln was ac actuall
tually tuall domed or the painting of It pro produced pm pmdu t ¬
duced du ed that illusion lIIulllonTII4 illusionThe
The large picture above him repre repreIIPnttd t tsent
sented sent ed the th I he Ooddess of Beauty Hoe ut y scatter scattering scat tler tlerIng Let Letlog ¬
ing with profusion her h r gifts 1Its down to tothe tnth t 0
the th earth In the center of cn rh < h white whltfpanl whitpanel 0
panel pan very fOry delicately painted were werehshes weret wer C Cfishes
fishes t swimming In an azure aure sea a water waterfowl witteifowl
fowl rising Into the air from rom the th reeds reedsof II IIof ni
of a mire deer d r peering through throu h a this thicket thJckpt thisket i
ket In the forest a nock of wild gees gJP8 gJP8nh1Ir d dflying
flying against a pale blue sky Ilk a covy coy V
of o partridges trying to hide hld < themselves thcmlWlvPIIIn themselvsit Va a II
In the friendly grass rau a leaping trout troutover troutoer it
over a sparkling stream a hunch of ofluscious oCIUKlolI1I c cluscIous tf
luscious grapes with the th dew twinkling twinklingon a ais
on them th like diamonddrops and thus thusevery thu thuer thuevery is 1
every er panel displayed Its picture pictureA >
A small square table occupied the thecenter thecntfr th thcenter Is
center of the tit room On a broad side sideboard sIdeboard ldt ldtoord > ¬
board were set out an enticing supply supplyof upplyf if ifI
of f cold viands and flagons agons of eham champagne ehampaltne ehampagne I ¬
pagne stood on the t table tableThe lablThf tableThe
The supper was eaten tpn In silence silenceHost II silenriHost II enre enreHOIIt
Host and nd guest JfUe t were walled upon by bytwo byt b y yI
two t W serving men as a silent as their thetnselv lhrnIWh I
selv It seemed to Cardlllac that thatlife that11If the Lt
life > up to this juncture had not been beenworth bee n nworth
worth while hU He was now enjoying enjoyingthe enjoylnthe beeg g
the most of existence t When > u at last lasthe bat bathe
he pushed uhfd bark ack his heavy ha chair and andlooked andlooked an I
looked across atrO the t h table tahl he found the thesomber theolftber iii 10
somber eyes of the th duke > fixed Intent Intently ititetilby t ¬
ly upon him from under a frowning frowningbrow frownhcbrow trownut g gI
brow try tnln trying Ins to fathom a problem problemtryns Iroblerntryhl probbentrsg I
tryns to resolve a doubt doubtThe doubtThf doubtC
The C expression on his hi hosts hnat far facbrought rare rarerolrhl e ebrought
brought with a pans pan to Cardillacs Cardillacsmind CardlllarsJnlnd 5 5mind i
mind the humiliating fact that he had hadenjoyed hadnjod ha ti tienjoyed I
enjoyed this thl hospitality upon no bel better beltr L ¬
ter Introduction than an n unprovoked unprovokedattack unprovokedaHark unprovokeattack Ld d I
attack impetuous heedless hedl Inex Inexcusable InfxCUAble t tcusable ¬
cusable oppressed by this thought thoughtand thoughtand t tand
and rendered Nomewhat uneasy by bythe byth h ly lythe
the th intent scrutiny < rutlny of the th duke Car Cardlllac ar ardlllac r r4111cc ¬
dlllac broke silence with a jauntIness jauntInessof Jauntlneor Is Isof l
of manner he was wa far fa1from from feeling feelingp
My lord duke although we of the thesouth thrnuth U Usouth p
south are accustomed t hCare > fare daintily daintilyand daintilyand deintIl iy iyti
and well I must confess < that never neverbefore neverbefnre neve nevebefore ti r
before have ha I partaken > of a repast repastwllh lelMutwit repei it itwIth t
wIth wit h such enjoyment enjoymentThe enjoymelllThe enjoymostThe
The duPe dur for one brier Instant al allowed allow a I Ilowed ¬
lowed low d th t faintest glimmer of a smile smileto cmi UfIt UfItto Is IsI
to Li mltlv mltl mItieatC te the harshness of his hi ex expression x xprIIoil I ¬
pression at thin t hi reference to etis the thefthundsme tltfithundne ii is
fthundsme of the south for the well wellfed wellfed welted I
fed Norman N rJnan knew that there was wassometime WQIIOmftmII w Is IsId
sometime a lack ef the loaves 1 08 v and andflshes alldllIthf at Id 1
flshes In Gascony but the smile was wasso wi is
so 0 evanesent tn nt that it failed to attract attractthe cttra rt t ttht 1
the attention of fardlllac who con continued eontlnued 1 ¬
tinued complacently < holding holdlu aloft his hiswlnedrmfpn hi hiwlnd h hwInedtiO11 is
wlnedrmfpn wlnedrmfpnHut wlnd n nlJut
Hut there is I a drop of bitter at atthe alth i itue 1
the th bottom of the I he cup cupWhich cupWhich cupWhich
Which Is asked De Moatreuil MoatreuilThat ontreullThat
That my Introduction to you should shouldhave houJ houJhave Id 1
have been through the medium of my myown a awt jy r
own wt rudeness rudenessBy rudeheBy
By the gesture Intu of his hi hand the 4uk 4ukccm dukfmfd dulccned e I
< ccm fmfd d to wave > the th subject HMlde HMldeWell ItAI l4e
Well 11 think I no nioif HlO tii of f tint IP i iI qj qjY 1
Y J 0 r f 1111 Rilt t I 1 Jrl JrlT tnr
T f d I I IrJ
t rJ l6uJ I 1 I ftr hr Va that Ut at
you y OU had reason to complain not with without without ¬
out o ut cause that 1 took advantage of ofyour ofour
your our unreadiness So if any fault ex exisled
isled isled is ted in your action it has been neutral neutrallJt
lJt nd d by my un impetuosity Hy You are an n ex excellent excpl1ellt ¬
cellent ce ibent swordsman M de Cadillac CadillacI
I have been so accounted my lord lordYou JordYou
You have come to Par I take it itto itto
to live by b the sword and ultimately to todie todie
die di e by the sword swordThe wordThe
The latter If I chance to meet a abetter abeU1 aetter
better b etter man returned CsrCtllac with witha wlt wlta
a smile o 01 confident eon dnt worlh that hinted hlnt4dhe
he h e would ravel far before such a con contingency ¬
tingency tlnll ti ngncy ncy arrived arrivedIt arrlv arrlvuIt
uIt It is not so much the tetter t tter man manyau manyau
yau y au may fear as the man wf treachery treaeneryaalnat
against a a highplaced assassin cour coure courACf
ACf gp e and skill are r useless I surmise surmisemonsieur
monsieur m that tomorrow a very strict strictbe strictIltch
w Iltch will be made throughout Paris ParisT
for fo r you youVtll
Well Vtll If YOU Iean De Luynes and andIndeed
T Treeor T resor they Jm knw w where to find me
Indeed Jnd I
continued the
young man with
an a n aceen 0 of br bravado
fii vado I shall sai IIA
them t ah trouble on that score In InV
th t he
morning I propose to cha chastise llBe rre or
w V 1th Ai the irl fta of m my > word hoping to
convince c IV1 him that 1 lying B and nd intrigue
bear b ear r penlllUe H He Is i
f PCnalties too old and too
htllultloulI Ifl ilUltiofl uk
a man n to receive a chal ¬
lenge le nge from one of my descent but with witha
thf t he
point uC
my weapon I will
him h im Into action on and persuade per ude him to tom toct
conduct e ct t me I Into the Presence pre ence of his
m master m aster ter
whom hom
I shall call upot to de denw
tend fe nl hlm himself elt In a i fair ir fight iigm J
I The nw fi host leaned blarte in his chair and
5 gazed g a rf rfacross across at his h guest with an ex exof
preaion p ° of o annoYance annoyai bordering on de det d
pair s ± i Cardtllac fsdllltc r reddened d n < t under the con
t I tempt te reganled r mpt op opi i with lth lthTwnlch Twnlch which he felt himself to be beor
For or one momenta neither neitherI
poke s then the elder manllld man said
I had some thought of making makln to
you y ou a proposal but it seems a pity to
interfere in
with a program so excellent
as a s that you have done
at m mt < < the honor
to t o outline outlineI
I am quite prepared to receive any
J to p proposal roposal rn al you are pleased to sgest < ttgesf t my myThe myThe
The duke shook hie head
It would be useless Jea By BFthia this time
tomorrow t your body hod will be floating
down d own the Seine
df You are ie quite success ¬
fully f striving to convince me that you
lack la ck Judgment and swordsmanship lack
ins l ug Judgment Jud ent is a danger and not a
protection protectionYou prote p < tton ttonYou
You think De Luynes will dare to
arrest a rrest me meThe meThe
The duke shrugged his shoulders
If I a powerful power powerf noble of the realm
possessing p a remtfortifled IIe house 00 In
Paris Pari Garrisoned by at least a hun ¬
dred d eed of armed men m am compelled to
fly fl y at midnight from my rnYpalace palace and
once o nce outside the gates of Parts to de ¬ I
pend p end on speed and not on valor for
safety s until I reach the castle of
Ijoches I what chance Is I there that you
an a n unknown lad from Gascony Galleon ran an
contrive c u to elude the clutches of the
beast b east from from whom I am trying to es ¬
cape caper caperIn c ape apein
In other words cried CarkllJac Caridliacemptyheeded
I am an emptyheaded etftpty fool although
you Y Ou are too
courteous to say 1 so I am
a braggart bT rt a simpleton cocened by a i
f fJw ew w soft phrases phra from Tresor and boast t
Ing i ng of my prowess and strength against
a man who even in swordsmanship out ¬
does d oos me running me through the arm
as S I well w 1I deserved d rved My lord I am
ashamed a hamed of myself and an thanking thankingpalace you
for f or your our
hospItality will now ria your
palace p alace of so unworthy an encumbrance E
Cardlllac trdtllac rose bowed low and nick ¬
ing i ng up his cloak from the back or ol the
chair c flung it
carelessly over his I
shoulder shoulderThe s houlderThe
The duke raised his hand
Sit down monsieur You to
go ex
tremes t remee first in one direction dlrf ctlon > then oxI In it I
the th t he other That is a quality which time r
will modify modll your our great danger being r
that t Jt may ROt allow time the eppor
tunity t It is also a IW quauty that in my inI 1
experience goes gpe with honesty and at a I
the t he present moment I have
need of an at I
honest ho h onest man who ht brave and I
even a c t
little l reckless You came to Paris P seek aoekI ¬
ing i nN employment emploY nt for Tour your sword r
Yes my lord lordIt lordIt lordIt
It was your first IlICeat Intention to offer r
it i t to De Luynes
Yes Yea and such is still iny Intention Intentionand
but b ut now I shall n 0 oWer him tic hc poiut iht
and a nd not the hilt hiltThat hiltThat
That opportunity may come but bu it Ii t
is i iv s not no yet I offer you a chance of ad ¬ 1
venture ventu v which
If successful sncee tul will annoy anno r
De Luynes much more than If you ran rat I
him through tb h the arm Your purse I
take tak t e it It following the example of purses pu I
that t hat come to Paris has been empty
I ng rather than filling these weeks I I
past y rnat rnatCardilIac
Cardlllac who ho had again seated I
himself replied with a grimace IIJIaI I
That Is i very ery true t rue my lord
I offer off you money enough en u b to supply auppl aupplall I
all your needs n for or nay y sly months in ii iieturn
return r for service of brain and sword swont1 I
If i f you oU take service with me meA8reed
Agreed Agreedt
If you succeed In the th task Imposed
I will bestow be Jw upon you one thousand I AoUAndJtulden i igolden
golden pistoles l tole and a further sum sun I Iufflcient
hufflcient to cover all expenses ordl ordinary
and nd extraordinary extraordlnaryAgain
Again agreed E4d my lord and I shall I Inot
not add the proviso IOvl roviso o that the work I Iam
am to do must be such as 5 a gentleman gent1emanmay gentbeasaimay I II
may engage t In for I am uure my lord lordyou lordyou I
you would require nothing dlshonor dIshonorable
able from me meThe
The duke apparently app nty did not con consid concider
sid Blcr cider r it necessary n ery to reassure rure hi his guest gueston it I
on this th point pint but continued contnu In the thesame th thm C Cmine
same quiet voice he h had
m qulvclc used u through throughout thruKh I
out the discourse dtlur discourseMy i iMy j IM
My M only daughter duhter Mile Mle Thercse Thercsewas There i iwan
was w chief lady lad In waiting watnk to the tht queen qu n nregent I
regent nt n Prris Prll When some J4t months m th C
ago the queen quetl was sent Snt a prisoner prisonefrom Iner
from frm Paris Parlf to if Blois her ladies ladie in walt wal waillog I
log Inl accompanied acom l her am ltj they thf all allreached al Ii Iireached
reached Iarhe Touralnr exivpi my ay daughter dau iaughtetflied < hter ali
She 8 was made mad a pr prisoner 81r too to but butnever butwr be t tnever
never wr reached rMchf Blots BI BIJa
lia Ja cried re tard Cardiac ardillac iliac eagerly rly resting Itn ItnhiI restin restinhit g
hi hiI hit elbows n > nu on the tht table tabl hW it chin in Inhlf I 0 0his <
his hlf hand hald and gazing gun earnestly afaly across acrossat a aat acres S Sat
at The speaker Mkfr Mkfrk speakertud
DM speak asked the t he duke dukepeufelng
k you 01 llpk uke due duepuln t tpsualng
peufelng puln < in his hil narration narrationNo nartl
No my lord lor Go on You interest interestme IntertI Interseme it
me I greatly greatlyAlthough Iraty IratyA1h
Although A1h uh anxious anxl I knew lnew that those thosewho th thwho the thewho 0
who had cmmlUe Committed this tyrannical tyrnnla ac action a ¬
tion would wold not no harm hr Therese Tl for fo to todo todo I 0
do would tdd not only rhine of ofprotest
so wl 0 oly 11 a a storm Cr ofprott e eprotest it
protest in II France FnnC but would otd also all nullify nuuty nuliif nuliifthe
the h of her abductors
object objt bucor which was wasfirst 3
first to deprive dprv dep se the th Queen QUfn of the th one oneperson ont on onperson 5
person Srn of intellect IntI in her entourage entourageand
and second ond to paralyze paralY air action cton on onmy o o ofly a
my nl part partUp partUp
Up to this thl moment roJnt these Ihf objects objecthave 5
have ha been bn attained attined My frequent frtut objts objtsha con conferences cn cnffOrfnO 1 1ferencos
ferences ffOrfnO with wih De D Luynes LUYD had for their theirpurpose theirprpoM the Ir Irpurpose
purpose the release 11 of my daughter da hter hterf r
prpoM he f i Luynes LlYJ8 did not deny that tht he caused taul cause < ii iiher
her to be b kidnaped kinap and ad that tht he held heldhfr hel 4 4her
her In custody uty and an he was equally fually I
frank frnk in k k proclaiming prlalmln his reasons rna for forthis ft tI tIthis
this thll outrage outrageI outJxe outJxeAa
As In thf the price prf of o her release rele he h de demanded demnf di dimandrel
mandrel mnf that I should KO It to the t hf castle castleat caUeat cacti cactiat
at Loches 1Ahea and an < persuade ua4t the I he Due DuedKpernon Du DudJpn Drdkpernon
dKpernon dJpn n to surrender surn r it I to the force forcewhich fo fowhhh fort fortwhich
which whhh Luynes Iune has h stationed sttone in Tours To TourOiwe M
Once 1 1ile Lobes AM tie was wal given 1n up he said saidall Mi caball
all al danger of civil Ivl war would would be b avert averted aver vert vertl t ted
ed l lil hi his whole whol ohject he h averred aver being hini heir Ic
the th p PIf pte acp of the th r r reahu aitn t 1 agreed re to tncnfer i icenter
confer cnfer with DKpernon D pron and to bring heir brinD heirtie
De D LAyneR IAYJ th tb the dukes dukJ answer and at atfrt i
first frt De l Luynes Luynf agroed re to this t11 fur furntshing furnlhlllK lu lunishing
ntshing nlhlllK me 1 with wih documents dulnt doeumentsfor for or the th thsal thsalconduct safe safeconduct
conduct duct of myself myslf and another and not notmore notmort in inmore
more mort than thn ten servants fvat with wih power Jwpr an to torequisition toreuisiton I Lo LorequIsition
requisition reuisiton such flUCI horses hons as I might mighttull re require rt C Cquire
quire tull and an these thP documents dO urofntl I purpose purposeusing P0 P0lining
using tldn thin 111 morning n1mln and HO tee make my myWl ir ii iiway
way Wl to lAtches ixicheHSomewhere 101fH lAtchesSomewhere
Somewhere SnfwhIf between tWHn Paris Par and Or 0 r
leans lens or between bel WNn Orleans and Blots Blotsthere 5 5there
Bole Boletlerf
there tlerf may be h found foun R Hue Iue Ro which if i
followed folowe will wil lead to th t the h < prison prlsOI of my in py
daughter duhter The Th route iken bln t by the thefun ti tiqueen
queen fun was through Orleans Orhanll to Bird BioiThe
The deflection t from thi t thbe hi
delf In frm route which whit h hled
led IP my poor pr girl Irl to her jail must have havfbn ha haien > I
been bn very deftly I Cty accomplished arompJshed possl pl plbly pose
bly at night for the spies I have al already a aready 1 1redy
ready sent over the road and back backagain bat k kgaln
again aKA In are ar completely baffled baffledI I
I ha bias iav succeeded In RHtinj a nics nicstWS I nit 5 5ti
tWS through tlotroll 1t tli tI JoIanJ to I t itn itnp 111
p l I pi i il 1 i IP i I n 111 it In 1 if 1 r i li If 11 i ithey I
11 1 t tt 1 < tIJI f I t 11f11rI li 1 tvc rew fr w wII II IIn It
n I i T C nf I t tnt F 1
Llt J < nt In uorrc thu they tLl eaw na w
my m y daughter last That is 1 to say each eachone eAchnut eachle
one < ti le tells a different U < fOrmt tale and so one onestory oneIItor oneory
story IItor st ory cancels another I suspect that thatOrleans thatOrlean thtrleans
Orleans O being the largest city through throughwhich
which w hich they passed and one of their theirstopping thehstopping theiropping
stopping st places for the night Is the thespot thepot theot
spot sp pot ot where the abduction was carried carriedout carriedout carriedut
out o ut There would be less I danger of ofscovery
discovery dl di scovery there than Jn J any of the thenumerous theumerous
numerous n small villages through which whichthe whichthe whiche
1 the th e procession JIOCH passed passedThe Pd passedThe ed edThe
The task that I set before you youtherefore youtherefore youerefore
therefore th erefore ip 1 one which none non but a man manof manot
of o f the highest honor could be en entrusted pntrusted enusted ¬
trusted tr usted with It is to find this clue fol follow tollow mIw ¬
low lo w it to the end and to rescue my myaughter
daughter dau d hter from her h r environment an alit Hwlbring alitring < l lbring
bring b her safely to me In the th stronghold strongholdof stron ho1d ho1dof
of o f Lecher I do not disguise dt gulse from you youthe YOIlthe youe
the th e difficulty of the quest because becauseothers becausothera bocausthers
others o have undertaken u rtaken it and hav haveailed <
failed f Every day that passes adds to tothat tftthat toat
that th at difficulty dlft ully and obliterates whatever whatevertraces wh whateverraces teel teeltraces
traces t may remain of the abduction abductionIf
If you succeed I will pay you the theminimum thfmInimum theinimum
minimum m sum I have named and 11 a amuch amurh auch
much m uch larger amount if you exercise exercisegreat exercl exercisereat e egIfal
great g reat ingenuity or run into extreme extremeanger
danger d anger on my account Will 111 you ac accept ACcept ccept ¬
cept c ept my proposalYes proposalYes proposal proposalYes
Yes my lord I accept it with Ith de delight de deJlJlht doght ¬
light li ght and gratitude gratitudeMy gratitudeMy
My men have been concentrating concentratingtheir
their t attention chiefly on Orleans and andI andregret
I regret to say ay have not flj found the theslightest theIIJlKhte theightest
slightest sl t trace either of her or her hercaptors hercapton heraptors
captors c I suggest that yen y t come with withme withme withe
me m e as far as Vendome and then strike strikesouth strikeotltb strikeouth
i south s the th five and a haf ha leagues le es to toBlois toBlol toloin
JIc Blois JI loin because all the guards that ac accompanied acompanled acoinpanied ¬
companied c the queen ircm Paris are arestill areflllII areIll
still st stfr Ill stationed there Entering Blois Bloisfrom Bloisfrom Blolsom
from fr om the North or from the West as asmay asma anay
may ma m ay be most convention there will be beless beIp beps
Ip less l ps suspicion of you than if you came camefrom camefrom caineom
from fr om the t he direction of Paris ParisBy PartsBy
By seeking klng service rvlce In Blois you youmay youmay youay
may m ay become acquainted with one or orother orother orther
other o who followed the queen on her herJourney herjountey herurney
Journey jo urney learning thus every stopping stoppingplace stopptngplace
place p lace anti perhaps obtainIng obtainl other In Information Inlormation inormation ¬
formation f pf that may be of value to youl youlAs you youAs
As A s 1 have said the episode c 1Ode is now nowseveral nowltfYeral
several s months old and those who whoknow whonow ho hokoow
know k sk now anything about the th affair will willbe willbe
b be e lest I on the alert than was previ previously prevlOWIly ¬
ously n the case This is merely a sug suggestion 8UIIItestlon ¬
gestion pz eation on my part and may be adopted adoptedor
or o r discarded by you at your pleasure pleasureIt
It is discarded d my lord said Car Cardlllac Cardillac
dlllac d without heitatioii he I hold th the theclue
clue c lue now in my Hand and we will un unravel unravel ¬ J Jclue
ravel r It together without leaving leavl K this thistable thl thltable thinable
table tLi t but you must answer the ques question Quelllion queson ¬
lion Li on or two that I shall ask you youThe youJkt
The l hc Continuation of ThlM Phi hIM Stnr Story tVIll lll lllJIc IIIJI
lie JI Found In Tomorrows TomorrowsIKMUC Io1110rronTIIIIMUC loinorrowsIssue
Issue of The TlmcN TlmcNAppearance lhnCMOVATION
Appearance of Star St r Most MostSatisfactory MostSattsfactory
Satisfactory Feature of ofII ofIi
II Trovatore TrovatoreVerdis
Verdis own comment of his Is opera operaIt oreran
It Trovatore was w that it is sfwpland 1If1llJand sImple sImplend
and a nd to this thl he as well as most critics criticshave crtUcsha ceit1zave
have ha h ave e attributed its popularity popularityYet
Yet T et for some reason it has always alwaysbeen alwayeeeti Iwaytbeets
been b eeti one of the most difficult lt operas to toproduce toproduce toroduce
produce p roduce and last 1 nights n ts performance performanceIn tormAfte tormAfteIn
In i n Italian by the Metropolitan Opera OperaCompany OperaCompany
Company at the Lyric Theater in inBaltimore 1nBaltimore
Baltimore lacked the homogeneity ety of ofvoice orYOtce ofoice
voice v and acting that to necessary n ry to toa toa to5Uec1Ul
a successful presentation As a whole wholehowever wholehowever
however h owever it was well given and an ap appreciative appreciative ¬
preciative p recItive public united to give a tre tremendous lremend tremendouc ¬
mendous mend u ovation to Lillian Nordica Nordlcawho Nordicawho Nordicawho
who made her only grand nd opera ap appearance alpeanuace ¬
pearance p earance this thu season last night I Leo Leo81eak eo eoSlexak
Slexak the new n tenor showed un unfamiliarity unfamiliarity unamiliarity
familiarity f with Ms role but toward towardthe towardthe towardhe
the t he end he felt more at eas ease with a acorresponding aoorre
corresponding oorre pondlo sweeter inflection to his histones hisonee
tones tonesThis 10 t oneeThis
This T is the thefirM first performance perCo of II IITrovs IITrovator
Trovs Trovator > tore to be given vn this season in inanticipation Inanticipation
anticipation of a revival of this opera operawhich operawhich operawhich
which has been passed by the boards boardsfor boardtor boardsor
for f or the last three seasons MtUIO Perhaps Perhapsthis Pemapsthis
this t accounts for the slight mechanical mechanicalmovement mechanicalmoveJDent
movement and progress pr of the perform performance performance ¬
ance Anna MeitschHt as 11 Axucena did didnot didnot
not seem to have spirit In her part and andher andhfr andher
her duet in the first scene of the sec second IMCood seemid ¬
mid act sung with Slexak as Manrico Manricowas Man Menricosomewhat rico ricoW
was W somewhat of a disappoints dlppoInw1atthe it itthe ithe
the t he lines of Stride la Flamma irere irerebroken l ere erebroken re rebroken
broken by too many gasps gaspsDihn gaspDue PS PSDlhn
Due Gilly was repeatedly acclaimed acclaimeda
a the Count dl Luna Lun His baritone baritonevoice baritonevoice tone toneolee
voice olee was powerful while his hi acting actingwas actingwas actingwan
was confident He scored flC ltd repeatedly repeatedlyspecilly
especially 4 < in the parts with Nordlca NordlcaAt
At the beginning or 0 the third act actuntil actuntil actuntil
until tbe en4 nor of the opera both sing singing IllneIlIg singug ¬
ing t ug and acting improved so as a to make makeup makeup makefor
up for ally defects d lett in the opening parts partsNordlcas partMNordlca partsNordicas
Nordlcas duet with Shuck when hn he heis hpI
is I called to save r his mother from the thedungeon thedunlrtOD thedungeon
dungeon brought down the htuse htuseeight hlfltt buseeight >
eight t l ht encores being given Neediest to tostate lutllatt iiisttf
state > Slexak 81t > lUik was at hit best in this thisseen thisCfr thisSCeuii
seen which lacked that hesitation evi evident fvldent ¬
dent in th the beginning IJflCill l Nordlca too toowas tnoWA toowas
was WA applauded a She sang very N well wellthroughout wpilthrOUJhout I Ithroughout
throughout the opera and gave best besteffect bestelfflKt besteffect
effect to the coloratura with which whichcertain whlcbert1n whichcertaIn
certain lInes IIn < abound and which really
belie the operas ore apparent simplicity
Too much prase pea 4 could uld not be given givenher givenItpr L L11Cr
her for or the way she carried rrIed what IK IKconsidered I Iconllldfred I Iconsidered
considered the most difficult high note noteIn not notIn notein
In opera npprat at the end lid of her h duet with withthe withth withthe
the th Count di Luna Lull just after the
Miserere MiserereMarie M MiserereMarie ItWrere ItWrereMarie
Marie MaJtfcld as a Inez had but little littleopportunity IItU IItUopportunity littliopportunity
opportunity to display her talents tal nts
Giulio Road was Ferrando Ft > rrando fxiuseppe fxiuseppeTeccht GiusippeTeecht h
Teccht was RiJlx and Aristide llaracchi llaracchiwas Iiaracehiwan
was a8 a gypsy irip The three acted af f41 and nd sang Nab Nabwell
well although IUlOU < h handicapped by the theslight th thsllht <
slight pauses of action that obtained i
throughout the th performance performanceVlttorio pfrtormanetVittorio performanceVittorto >
Vlttorio Podesti tl the conductor c conductortied car ¬
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