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Politicians Believed to Have HaveAbandoned HaveAbandoned HaveAbandoned
Abandoned Ml JI Idea of ofHonest ofHonest ofIL
IL Honest Government GovernmentGRAVE GovernmentGRAVE GovernmentGRAVE
Manuels Throne Is Believed to Be BeTottering BeToUe BeTottcrig
Tottering ToUe u aad His Life IsIR Is Isla IsIn
la InLISBON D Danger DangerLISBON er erLISBON
LISBON via Badajosa BadaI5 Jan 1 Ja L LTite LTiteJ LThertorUo The Therestoration
restoration J of tlw th called rocatrtat rocatrtatSystem nMatIYJIItSystem rOIdYtsystem
System of o government which ha ss 1W 1Wlowad fotowed fo4lowed
lowed owed the recent fall of the Lima cab cabinet eabnet osbmet ¬
met net is I declared by many y leading eadt Portu PortuV PortugUMe Prtvguee
gUMe V 9e statesmen tteeme mea to amount to a a noti notification JIOtIllcation iodflcatlon ¬
fication by th tlM politicians tha tNv th they have havedecided ve vedeclded vedecided
decided to abandon all pretense of ofhonest orhonMt o oIonet
honest Ionet rule sad Intend to make e evory eflIrY eflIrYg er erthing
thing g they can out o of the country so
long as the DIODrcby Ju IUder JSILiJ4er
Under the roteUvtet rotatlvtllt a system Jf78t yes which whichprevailed wiskhppevalled
prevailed PevaJled before the th days of Premier PremierArmte PrftIIierFranco Prem4erranco
Franco ranco the twe great partieI tIM LIb LIb88d lAb lAbIr1s
Armte Ir1s ad Conservatives aMemated aMematedregularly altertecllar1y aItertdegu1rIy
regularly lar1y in office and te the monopoly monopolyof
of official spoils By Byas an a understanding understandingas
as ironclad as law between the leaders leadersof leadersIt leadersof
of < the two parties when one party had hadJ hadbeen bad1ei
J been > een in office long enough for the other otherto othero otherto
to o have become hungry for official officialplunder Idalplunder offdaZpundcr
plunder Its cabinet resigned te 1 its os ostensible 0If 0IfteASible oetensible ¬
tensible rivals rival favor favorWItk tavorWit favorWtk
Wit Mack 1IC SkilL SkatThe ILThe SkilLThe
The new cabinet would be Detth arraafred arraafredwith arraisedwtUi
with tth such skill It was jtassiult bofor boforthe lHIfereh borsthe
the h votes were cast to know how JIowmembers bawnmtiers many manymembers
members of each ch party would be elected electedand eIect eIectand electedand
and from what constituencies constituenciesTaxation COIUItit1l8DcieaTaxatlott conaittuesideaTaxadon
Taxation became becameagnated crushing industry
Stagnated agnated and illiteracy became the na n ¬
tional badge badgeWhen baqeen bade badeThen
When en Franco became jfccmiet remler he re re ¬
fused uS d to call parliament together to < < lIer cut ¬
ting off the lesser eer r politicians from t their
previous source of o revenue v ue He did not
give what was saved < to the country
however Iowever but turned it over to Khr KiItg xm
Carlos and his courtiers urtlera Leaders of the
republican party finally resolved that a
Jes sop 3p must be given ven to the plundering
rulers and the assassination a atlon of Carlos
and Crown Prince Lutz followedAJ1 followedAll followed followedAH
AH Represented ReKeseBteiThe RepresentedThe ReprsseatedThe
The murders were ere followed loIlow by the
formation under Kng K Manuel anuel of a acoalition acoaUtioo acoailtlon
coalition ministry under Premier PremierAmaral PremierA11aral Premier4araL
Amaral in which the Liberate Con Conservatives CoDservatives cooEiaUves ¬
servatives and Republicans ReI Re uMcan bIkans were an anrepresented allrpr anrpreented
represented rpr ented
The Republicans seem to to1iae
hae thought at first that they mferfat mferfataccomplish t t3ctmpllsh
accomplish some good but they were wereoutnumbered wereoutnumbrfd wereOutnumbered
outnumbered by the old grafting 5Iftl
Sioups oups and each of the four cabinets
ThIch hlch have followed each other in the
twentyone months since ssce Carlos was
killed has ha approached a nearer to the
rotativist form
The Lima ministry was the last to
L r any aiv pretense at honesty boDe and the
organization of its successor marks
a ar
cmplete return to the former system tllel
If o plunder
r alternately by the Con
srrvatives rvatives and Liberals Liberalsifanuel
The gra gravity vtty oC o the Jdt1IatIoa for fo King
Manuel cannot C not be exaggerated e IIL His
tottering throne is rendered more in
sure 1P ure and his life is placed In immi ¬
Dent peril perilNEW perilNEW periLffE
Major Sylvester Wishes WishesHappiness WishesHappiness WishesHappiness
Happiness and nd Prosperity ProsperityTo
To the Force
Here Hfr is the first message entered un ¬
ti der 1910 on the scratch ratch blotter te teevery IIe8TJ
every police station in the District
1 wish the officers and members of f
thfc t h he force iore a Happy New Year May they
oiiain c haio all happiness and
prosperity pros rtty that
Is 1 possible and may y we succeed S1 te get
Ung t11 g our pension bill throuait t throug2Coaecus Congress CongressMAJOR c cKAJOR
Tho Th p police Jice started the New Year ta
cu customary fashion by nestfng J a aJ mini
tor J of f o rjoyful celebrants Iebranta shortly
a fter t r midnight midnightROBERT midntghtROBERT
Colored Man 11I Will Remain I as the theMunicipal theMunicipal theMiusicipaL
Municipal Judge forDistrict for forDistrict
District DistrictPresident DistrictFrelJideut
President Taft has decided to reap reappoint
point p t Robert H H Terrefl Terrell colored who whohas Whonas
has served a term as municipal ID I judge judgeof J Jor joeof
of the Xastrict 1 ledge Terrell the thePjwsidcnt tINpeswent thePmsident
Pjwsidcnt peswent Is advised ad eecl has prsvea a caa caabl eap c
8 bl official and judge dge and Ie ae e will re reappoint re reIiPlOint iciip4oiflt
appoint him himThe himTh bbsTh
The Th President Pr t is giving rnssideration rnssiderationto < Mn4o > raUon raUonto Uon Uonto
to the t hf question QUe8t of whom Who be will wi D ap appoint npLMnt ¬
point LMnt as Register of the Treasury T to tosiKreed tot
siKreed t W T Vernon V Mr M Verses Vemonwlio VUJIeIIW
W wlio JO is colored was AllPGblied a apt luted from fromKansas tNMXan8a8
Kansas ansan He win return to o his State Stateto Stateu
to continue contID te educational work wedc te tewhich Iawhich I
which he b was engaged before he en entrrrtl en entrrfd
trrrtl the Government office officeJ
J 1 c Napier a prominent J1eDt colored coloredn reloredThfl
n Thfl n of Nashville Na ltvilloP a Hose cl friend oT oTl 0rOkfT o oJwkpr
l rOkfT oker T Washington WasbiD tOl1 < is being urged urgedlr ured1c
lr the place by his friends friendsCHRISTIAN CrenCHRISTI friendsCHRISTIAN
i kSTOX > STON Jan 1
lRat 1Rates Kates such as are arearg lirecargtd mia
cargtd < a rgd rd by
arg reputable rep table physicians were wereprescribed w wJe wet wetjiecribed
prescribed Je ti for
Christian Scientist ¬
prac practitioners practtkner
titioners 1 today in a letter sent out ouths by b r
Mi Mis hs Mary Baker G Eddy head oC the t
Christian Science Church The letter letterf
Was In answer to queries from all allor parti I
or of > f the country regarding what fees Ion I
shouM be collected collectedRAILROAD coIJeetedRAILROAD collectedRAILROAD
NEW Xr EW YORK Jan L LTIM The relief reliefTfttRWlllt oe oeTurrtment do dotnent
Turrtment tnent of the Peftasylvaalain Pennsylvania rath rathsd pad padin
in th the twentythree years of its Jten exist existence existenee ¬
ence en has paid out ta benefits SKjmjK SKjmjKThis i iTh 7Ji2 7Ji2Tbi
This Th Tbi is statement
was made through 1tI a axeriort 3xeIPOrt L LIwort
xeriort issued today It te also shown I i ithe
thAt > the th number of employee who con
tH > > to ti the th fi fund > nd now n < W are ar 1 3CT1 1 as asml 8 8C acui
C cui > ml d I with iti itr i iz4s i4S in u December I em r 130S 1 1O
J cur curI
r t I
0 0f 0r
I f j 1
1 1I
I r t i
2Tt 1I rL
Letters From Governors Suggest Means by byWhich Which Daugh Daught Daughters Daughters Daughters
ters of American Revolution May Aid in Solv Solving Solving So1ving ¬ t
ing ing a National Problem
CpMtlmMd front f First Face FaceMr PageVottticftiT e >
I velltlcallJ Mr there 11 < e te 5 large Add open opendncAtional openoc
tor t oc educational eXert TOOT committee committeem committeemight
I might m gnt render valuable anofatmnce In this thteeducational thisdvcikPn1 hls hlsI
I educational e work workJ workJ
J 1 O DAVIDSON Governor GovernorXfaB GovernorXIM Governortm
XfaB tm Mary L L Atwood and Mrs Kd Kdward Jidwan1 d dward
ward M X Fuller F lier are the members JDeIIII er of the theD theD theD
D A A R R conservation ttGa > n commtttee m III IIICOII8Ia inlewa Wlc Wlcconsln
consln conslnIn
Iewa IewaIa lewaIx
In my y judgment the week et f your youracoociaaon y yall8IcIatiea yimremdtioo
acoociaaon te lids State mi might dt prottt protttaMy proAt1M prolitably
aMy 1M e turned t toward wmrd country nome toMew homeife nomeMfe
Mfe w l te t th the establishment eMahll ltMeAt of better bettordal betterdaI no nodel
del relations in our rural dfetrfcu to tothe tetile tothe
the furnishing of country homes nomes with withmore wttMOre withumre
more modem conveniences COA and toward towarda towanlgfDfIaJ
a general promotion II don of the welfare w of ofthe orte ofthe
the teacrtcvtt a acrtcvtt agricuttaral rlcnKjral raI communities of our curB
State te
B ST > CARROLL Governor GovernorXrs GowrnorXlS GovernorMrs
Mrs Frank W Bahnven ell Mrs trs Chas Cha8H ChasH
H Deere I 3ra trIl J H Kaufman Mrs X rs
G Edward MacGrew Mrs Frank FnulkXlxter Mlxter
Mrs A E E Stevenson Mrs Wm W A A
Talcott Mrs Carl Vrooman y Xrs
Thomas White W tte and Mrs Frank L L
Wean are the members of the D A A R
Conservation CoMMIttee te Iowa IowaMioaoarl IowaKiMMri
Mioaoarl MioaoarlIn MiaevriIn
In my opinion the women of this thiscountry 8country thiscountry
country and particularly the members membersof Jae
of the D A A R can render a useful usefulpuMtc etuIpublic usethipublic
public service by heiuin helping to create e epublic a apublic j
public sentiment te favor of the tbebn tbebnprovemeator 1m 1mprovement I
provement provemeator of our waterways the con conservation conI conIservatJonofour ¬ i
servation servatJonofour of our forests the conserva conservation ¬ I Itloa
tion floi of our ou wat waterpower rpower the reelama I I
tion of swamp and flooded tends md nd
the building buildor of good roads roadsH readsI
I H H S HADLEY Governor GovernorMrs GoWnlOrMni GovernorMrs
Mrs Western W e Bascome Mrs Herbert
S Hadley Mrs Robert B R Oliver and
Mrs George G H H Shleid ile3ds Are the MeIII
bars of the D A A R R conservation a cons I
te MisaourL I
Xi8l HinL HinLOu
Ou greatest eatest
connerradon needs are e
1 L Such improvement in iIIa agricultural agriculturalmethods ntl ntlJIWtbo
methods m ethods as will prevent soil erosion erOSioaebedt and andcheck
check c and promote soil fertility
2 Preservation Pre erv ion and protection of for
ests e sta against ares and wasteful Umber
cutting C1Itti c
X 3 Reclamation R of low overflowed tends
1 by b y correct drainage
These reforms w will l be soonest and best
developed 4lev d eveloped by s a campaign ea arousing In
structine s and directing cttree POPUlar aentl aentltually
JDeftt m eat In this work k WOlQftt wom are as yfr
t tually uafly interested Jat eMed < A8 men and can take
a an a n active and helpful JK part
E E F XOE NOEL OEL L Governor GovernorMrs GernorJ
Mrs W L L I Uutchinson nutch DtOll Mrs rs E B B
Noel N od Mrs S S W Warrtbrw and Mrs
Cth C M Williamson are the members of
the th e Daughters ers of the American Revolu ¬
tion l conservation cOMMitt committee in Mtasis JatsXe
sipwi sipwiI
I Kentucky KeatsckyKentticky Xe wky wkyKftlt1leky
Kentucky women have the greatest grtnnduenre te t
i inHoenoe I Ih te all good works w and are areeI
beiptng h eI and will help in reforestation reforestationtrKh nfOleRaUoawith refer tien
with w ith the schools the rfty beautiful ul ulI
I movement IIIOv m ma t and other work works of this t kind
and a nd the organizations o itIons of our women me are
taking t an n acUTe part partAUGUSTUS partAUGUSTUS portAUGUSTUS
Mrs is F P Wofeott is is the member of
the t he D A A P conservation committee tee In
Kent XeDt1lek XeDt1lekI nek
I Xicfeigaa XicfeigaaThe ic ickgaa igu iguI
I The aj appobtnent poii4TT e t of a committee on onconservation OReoaeI ononservation
conservation eoaeI c atten by the Daughters of the theAmerican therien
I American A rien Revolution is I evidence of the theaet efaet theact
faet f act that t the organization is alert lert and andaetlva andctive
aetlva aeti a ac when these modern problems problemseamo pi probiesosome aW
eamo c ome before us for solution There can cane
be b e 1M higher 4011II orra of patriotism llt than the theservice theRrYlce theervice
service s rendered ren by b those who seek to tocreate toeItf toaeate
create and foster public sentiment t that thatwill thatwill
will demand the wise and intelligent use useof useof
of our natural resource re89U s and condemn condemnwaste condemnwa condemnwaste
waste e and extravagance extravaga in whatever whateverorut
form f orut It appears appearsFRED aPlHlSFRED appearsFRED
FRED M x WARMER Vr ARNER Governor GovernorMrs GOYentorJIn GovernorMrs
Mrs James P Brayton Mrs tra Harvey
J 1 Campbell Mrs trs Richard H Fyfe Mrs MrsT XlLT MrsT
T H Newberry Newb ry and Mrs Louise B BKobbms BRobWDs BRobbins
Robbins are the members of the D A AR oAR AP
R R conservation C 1 VUIoD committee te Michigan MichiganMaiae MichiganMaine Icb
Kai Maine MaiaeI Mainebelieve e eI
I believe the members of your commit committee committee 9lDlllittee ¬
tee may be of great reat assistance assbt in work worktag workout worktug
tag out the educational part of the oon oonservatton CORwwk a anervatboli
servatton work writing wrldo articles artkIe8 and ta taaU IIIwavs insU
aU ways dtooomimstins knowledge to the theOMnmoa theev theisemoo
OMnmoa everyday ev cWsen as to his hisrights Rists hisrlgtts
rights ts and interests Jrt la the great natural naturalrefcurces naturalr naturalrurcen
refcurces refcurcesI r urces urcesI
I very gladly Iy suggest that the daugh daughters daughteQ deughtoni ¬
toni interest iaIer themselves th In tats particu particular pscUretar ¬
tar subject which is of stirh great greatportanco im importance Jmto ¬
portance to t4 the citizens cit CitiJ ens fls of Maine MaineBERT KaineBERT MaineBERT
BERT M FERNALD FER LD Governor GovernorMiss GoernorCharlotte GoveiflorMiss
Miss Charlotte A A Baldwin Mrs Frank FrankH FrankH
H H Brigcs B Mrs John A A Xorse and andof and1IIr5 andMrs
Mrs Wallace H WhIte are tile JIMIII JIMIIIe mesuhers mesuhersof
of the D A A B R eonservauoa eo committee committeete committeeisidahie
te isidahie Maine
New Haapshire HaapshireThe Hap ire ireThe hire hireThe
The conservation work which New NewHampshire NewHarn ew ewHampshire
Hampshire Harn hire Js vitally Tf ll1 interested In is the theoil theo theujl
oil o before Congress Cvngr ss to make an appro ¬
priation to aye ave ve the forests of th the I
White motntahi region from the lumber lunberm JtmtbermetI lumbermens
m metI mens ns ax and the women ODteII can ea hote ma
tertellr bin 1r riaJl7 te securing ec the pas pamoge aa e of the tbeHXRT theHiRr 1
H HXRT NRT B R QUIXBY Governor GovernorMrs G1weraorKra GovernorMrs
Mrs John McLane and Mrs Henry M
Thompson are the members of the D
A R R conservation committee te New ew ewPeauayIva r
Hampshire Ham
Pennsylvania PeassylvaaiaThe PeauayIva a aTbe
The States reserves raen > es are purchased purchasedvision pure pureaM purcha I Ineed
aM IllAlDtaIrfJIII andes t the e direct t seper sepervislos per
vision of tho tb State Forestry Reserva Reservation erTatIea fleeesyUsa ¬
Usa Commission Miss X Myra U L Dock Dockof Dockof
of the city of Harrisburg H Harrisber i an active activeand activ activand activand <
and efficient member and her valuable valuablework I
work as a member of that Commission C I
to a s strikhwr
example of what women omen I
can ca do to asstot In pn prerving e1Y1a ervm protect ¬
tag and 4veooiBfC pI thin moot important importanriaturrl tant j
nature source rce
Emrtx ETv IN T STUART Governor GovernorMrs GovftllOrKra GovernorMrs
Mrs Samuel A Ammon mMOa Mrs A A E E
Patton and Mrs lrs E Erie Sparks JIIrluI are are i
the members of the D A R R comperva
tton COIDJId committee in PennsylvanIa PfDDQ1vaalaC8m1ec PennsylvanIaConnecticut
C8m1ec Connecticut ConnecticutConnecticuts C1tL C1tLI
I Connecticut particular interest In Indoa inconservation
conservation doa nocessartty regards the theponattoa thepoUQtIoa theP
ponattoa P ° ° of her streams and aadtbe the es a
tabtishmeut taJtlWiD of reasonable forest orMt acres
Somethteg SometIa has already allee y been done
Much more will be done when the thecampaign thecamllJa thetainpeis
campaign of education educat1t which Is now nodIaftalnatoo
being dUstninated over the theshnll county countyshall
shall 1 bear ite It expected fruit In this
campaign ra of education J belf 1HI beihive ve e that
women win find od their opportunity i
FRANK FR B UEEKS EEKS Governor GoemorX GovernorMrs j
Mrs X Charles A Hotchkiss Mrs V
A Pane Mrs C H Ptnnev PIn and Mm X
John T Sterlteg < are members of the
D A A R R conservation l1lJa committee te Con
necticur DeetkutFJerida
FJerida FJeridaThe flsridaThe
The CHa OtI ot oar rfr events is In Inthe Inmy
my opinion the most ira Important ftportaat branch
o f W women Y OIIMA can ca help m R ere ereating ereJ tietbeg
ating a tbeg public J sentiment They could couldparticularly couldertieviarty
f particularly PArtie8IarI P be eoC of much force te having havtogour had hadour havingur
our o ur roads and the streets of our ee vU riI riItowJur viis
teges s towns towJur and cities beautified with
j shade trees treesALBERT t treesALBERT
Governor GovernorMrs GovernorMiS i
Mrs Katherine erhle L L Eagan Mr Mrs WIT
lam 1 B B La La Lamer Mtr and Mrs James M
Mahoney are the members of the
DauKhters Dau D rb15 of the American Revolution
committee c tee ta Florida FloridaI FloridaWaamagt8R FloridaMany
I Waiu Waamagt8R gt H
j Many of our women onte are makteg mak a astudy
J thorough t study of domestic science and antii
instructing the rising risi generation te the theconservation theCIU theouServation
i conservation CIU c aUon of resources of every kind klDdis
Domestic science is conservation the theconservation th theooservatlon
conservation c of the family earnings
I Womtn OIIkn may help in all these tbes sues ues
tmsa tIoas 1 sod ad d many JDaa of our brightest t women
I are a re gtvia Jv tV iag these problems very serious
I NINII4eI reooldesttiosi conoid emtfcm ttoa
1L 11 J E L HAY Governor GovernorMrs GovelROrXnJ GovernorMrs
Mrs A Mort Horton Phelps is the
of o f rt the D 1 rT A ce ftaenraUo rvatloii committee committeeOreeoa
In i n uh8w
Oregon Oregon
Oar kt a t L Lie4ature ture
jegsaare creae er cTcteIl etl a 5 conner eonaervadon eon4irvail
vadon vail commissioa i6n which wl cIt has wegun un a
systomatic atudy atud ef every ery phase of the
subject and which hlek well make recom
ntendationK 1nIIdat for the enactment tmeRt of such suchaws
laws l aws as a are > needed to conserve the dif ¬
ferent f rent elements ts of wealth that nature
has bestowed upon us usThe uspeople seeThe
The people of Oregon Ore Oft are alive to the theconservation theJo thecoiservtloa
conservation coiservtloa question Jo and are doing det g a agreat aJrMt agreat
great deal to assist the movement aDd
carry on the seed good workF workF work workF
F W W BENSON Governor GovernorMrs GoveraorXr GovernorMrs
Mrs James F Hughes and a Mrs War Warren Warrea Warrest ¬
rest E Thomas are the members of the
D A A R R < conservation committee nIIIIU te 1
Oregon OregonThe Oreg
Idaho IdahoThe IdahoThe
The particular branch ranch of conserve efrnservtion een conserveties erva ervaOII
ties work te our State which should shouldcarried a taW he hecarrIe4i htcarried >
carried on is that ef protection our ourpresent ourpreeent outprenent
present forests The women of our ourState emState
I State Stat manifest great Interest in this thiswork thiswork thu thuwork
work and cooperate tO e with the t men meI in all allmatters alllnattn I Irnattorr
matters pertaining not only to the con conservation COIIservatlon connervaUou ¬
servation of o our natural resources but I
in all things t lltgS for the betterment of the thematerial I Imaterial
material and moral welfare of our
State and nation nationJAMES DtionJAIES nationJA34ES
JAMES H He BRADY Governor GovernorMrs GovernorMrs r rMrs
Mrs David H H Tarr is the member of o r
the D A A R conservation coramitu
iR Idaho > I IIf
Ifcw If cw Mexice MexiceWomen MexiceWomen Iexiceomew
Women omew n wa aj render r nder tevataaMe Iftva aid te tethis btI ii I Ithis
I this MOVeEl movement by asHistteg to launch a acampaign aeampa i 5 5campaign
campaign eampa n f 0 > f dteation on the subject subjectof I Iof
lor of consoriaties oonoorv 0 D I anta tion t ro ongk sh k the usage magra usageslims
zI and Idly y Itre86 and I Jt8Jd melting g It I I Ia
a a fe f feature ture te i the work or their clubs and andGEORGE an anGEORGE
tfonE tfonEGEORGE
GEORGE CURRY Governor GovernorMrs aOYf1IMKXIS GevernocMrs
Mrs S M M AsbenfoHer and Mrs nr L L
Bradford Prince are the rh mem members ers of o f
the D A A R conservation Qn ration commit commitlt UP f
in c W MexiCO
5 IIIISI5I a 5i SS J S5
r The Cleverness of Cardillac CardillacBy I I IBy
Synopsis of Chapters Already Published PublishedVictor PublishedVJeter PublishedVictor
Victor De e CardJIIac CanuIIM of Geecoay form formta formsthe
ta Ute enmity of CfcarfrM d1Albert Alfc Allt t rt da LfIwor1te Leyaee LeyaeeMvedt L > e efturerit
fturerit and ntaeter of King route XIII XIIIH XIIL1M
H 1M plots to Mil Mm te a duel H lie goes goesto 5505to
to U Ute e rr gate of tb the palace whose whosemaa w wa Whosea
a a moo auppaaedly y de s LuynM eoIDM eoIDMtertia 50506forth
forth A tl Oght bt moses Cfcrdlllar rttaeov rttaeovnt uvta4JUakt
nt Me antagonist ta4JUakt is not De > I v Lynes jme but buttb buttbe butthe
tb the Doe 4e Montreal an opponent opponentOe t OC OCDeI Ofbe
Oe DeI DeIh I ojnMa
TtK h two are re atTested by the police The TIMa Thedub
dub reveals a isis identity and leehia 8 upon uponIns 5506his
Ins Immunity from f arrest save by r n awatyat Mas Maswarraa JdIttW8ITaIIt
warraa W8ITaIIt H Be whMMea w from f th Ute Utea 1 sr0 sOr55t sOr55ta a t ta
a a lettra do each cadMt signed gIIed ay b Uw kn Jdag g
Carallmc votumtare t take the warrant warrantand warrantand ITIIRt ITIIRtaM
and Mw racuver r tb the thettr ovWa fclaaof kidsepod < a da15b da15btsr St Stter
ter morose MreH wm WIle > te deSainod detain ad in a royal royaliOTem ropIUJIIIftlt royallie
iOTem iOTemHe UJIIIftltHe
He sets Into the c merest ve t by miss H g th thwarrant the tbenAllt thewasIOII
warrant nAllt b bet t the abhtim dtvia dlv dlvises a ala 11 11J mae maeMe rumlie
Me J t ¼ c m v t is avoid a arreat taking with biro biroa himWI binsa
a a roomg girl Mart Mario Dachamae Daebm wb w wsJa who my myck ya yasb
ck W waiting IU maid to Mile e Montreal MontrealTiry XareullTi LOSLIOU11Tcy
Ti Tiry r Ucome tK tIe loiS hi the f ferftt cM Carlllac Carlllacfaints eallacf cardillacfaints
faints f a all 1 r result wtt of t a wewml t lit his arm armp anaA OtisA
A p patrol trolted0 1IatIe ad thom and plaoev Ifyie IfyieCHAPTER Xrie Xrieseeder
seeder It stroM stroMCHAPTER
CHAPTER XVHI Contd Contdf Cont d dBUT
f F f i UT twos t not molIceeety mallei 11ct8tl11li cm oiy done doAeIt
0 BUT LJ 1lIf It was te the height of a aQua a L
1 l nuarrrt nuarrrtNo Qua QuaNo quarrelNo
No matter Uer for tha tJlt that ma
dame Is I a mans life to t be put i iJeopardy In Injeopardy to tojeopardy I
I Jeopardy for the mere e threat of a beat beatwoman betaDd
Ing aDd beea because he martins a fooll foollawoman h hwomaa I
woman You are an obstreperous C bag baggage bagPee baggage ¬
gage and I doubt not lOt thoroughly tItenMI ly lyJJerved de deserved dcservesi ¬
served a a beating beatingShe beaUJtcShe
She shifted her position till the grim grimold lIimold gritsold I
old warrior could see h her r plainly He Hepaused HepaYlled Hipsneed
paused to his dennnckuion dennnckuionNevertheless dentJftdltt Oll OllNeY
Nevertheless NeY he went on if if I Had Hadas hada ha4a t
a wife no comely to look spasm as you youFd 7OUr youId
Fd r d think of kisses rather than Mow MowFrom WO WOFIOID blowsFrees
From whence ce do j you n come COMe madnmer madnmerFrom JRa4IaaIe1JlIQIR madomerFrom
From Blots BlotsDo BlotsDo
Do you live hi Biota BiotaWe BlotsWe 1 1We
We lived In Tours Toursway aM arc OR ORway se seway
way through la to Benogency Beal elKytbe thence to toOrleans toOr h hOrleans
Orleans Or and Paris ParisAre Pal
Are you making JIIaJt a imintng trip of ofit ofIt 0 0it r
it You HeIR young y ennugh in be met mmrrled metus
rled rledTte
Tte us our Ant joanIeyteptJter Journey together mn mnsteur moonur
steur steurIf nur
If you y come f front Blots what t to tin tfcw u ulor tinword I
word w vrd for the night
Montoire nioneur nunsJeur nunsJeurRight IlllUi c cRltlt
Right The road then to fret to toy toJfL ii I
y JfL In 1 this the 4 dagger g g er wttfc which whichyou wIdebYOU whirlyou iiI I
you struck nek hhnr hhnrHe b bHe hitsTlie
He lifted the stiletto from from the t road roadand roadbls roadand
and his covetous eyes glistened a as asnew they theysaw theyw
saw w the Jewel ewole to Its httt htttI JaiILmtltlt hiltt
I must retain the weapon as evi evidence cvideuce ¬
deuce 6PDc n And saying yl this Ua he proceeded proceededIllotdcally I9CeededU proceededUIcUy
Illotdcally U to destroy part of e the evi erlrubbi ¬
deuce by rubbing rubbi the blade clean c on
his h trousers trousersOh tlOUlleIBOh trousers0l5
Oh Oh not as evidence mansfcnor she shepleaded 8IIeplded shepldod I
pleaded pleadedWhy pldedWhy pldodWhy
Why not Tte Tteand T fis most 010 t 1 1u 1 1the
u instrument et yonr Cntte Cnttere reltrerue
re rue but I have e r 1 i ml ni e eand
and though I willingly oat JTTU ym nt t ttata ttaIII Itabs
tata the stiletto which on onItaly om omItaly onItaly > >
Italy I hope it will not IK tr t tas jo joas Jc Jcas
as evidence Cethat agaJnst agl m me mecoinsi nMsv nMsvthat
that case case it win b bf confo 3 Jnun 3court
court nun < whereas WM if the dar >
hi your possession It win wOlmany winIDDY i iy
many y a year y That rufar rufaren IIIIIIJien roigen
en out and sold to a a ayou Jefie Jefieyou jeWe jeWeYOU > >
you a hundred tiinloln at arThe atThe atThe
The girl was as a sharp sarp sarpand fi fiand i iand
and by the time she hud hudwith IIIIjwith heiwith
with the monologue mone e she shemistake shemistake
mistake was as being 4ng < mndc mndccovetousness c f i itovetounoeas > c cYetOUSAeaS
covetousness had badqu de9Hrte drtceyes > 1 1ys
qu ys o of the old oldtak soldtar soldtarhad a aplcl05t
plcl05t had taken tak Its pie
p1UU 01 isns isnsknew
knew as every one losetr losetrwac i < 1 1W3a swas < <
was rampant t throngtksv th thsuug t T TNo i
No one did aayth aayththe anything for fsrthe forthe
the system of bribery brtbez y l liJt liJtelse x xelse e eelse <
else tending toward rfcfev rfcfevnopoMxed rIOpOIIxM
nopoMxed by th tho upper dh ulsa T Tantry TantlT tantry
antry neither looked Iooketare ft a r rshare t tshare
share In n the dlstrfbutiar d s
If a noble wished any t i r TY i ipeasant 1I tpeasant
peasant be did not tip tm i imanded ta tamatWled isinanded
manded him and the hater hatera t Lierpenes < IDeS
DeS was mor more apt to be 1Ik 7 7a
a cMicel than ObIs ObIsThe fwm a aThe ncr ncrThe >
The veteran with th the rejuke rejukeered mnrk itinkeiored r rfftd
ered his brows and looked lookedt IooIIdat lookedat
at t the fair woman before beforean l in tm t tan
an exoen eXtH exeen1v iv donation v t tgives vv he hegiver het hewodtecl
giver must be conceaMnK J Jth
th the utmfsr importance t His stolid ratted nunciworked rattedworked
worked rrnh nh almost vtetbte slowness slownessand sIo sIoad slownessand
and the cruick Inttrttlcn of the girl saw sawwhither w wwbltiMr wwhither
whither i wa Wa4 tending tendl In another anotherminute anotMJIIute anotherminute
minute nt would c1d be askh asking g himself
How do I know thin fe not I De > e Cardfl CanIUof
Inc of whom the tb whole world to in Inh
h 5
Xow o Therese reH bad become an excel ¬
lent actress Her gift of Impersonation Imptrsonatlonwas Uon Uons
was s 80 great that k formed ODe or the ther thechief
chief rt ief r fentures which commended tOm nd her tM r to tothe
the queen There Tbe was W never DeY r a dull mo moment memetit
ment ut iif in cotis eoirt rt t when Therese Tbe de Mote Moteireull
1 treuil ull was w presert t aTd her mimicry of o othose
those whom her majesty disliked was wasthe WaSttw wasthe
the canoe cau of much ueh emusemenl to the thequeen thequeen
queen herself and tb the queens entour entourage entourTben1Ie entourare ¬
age ageTberese Tberese became on the Instant a wan wanpathetic wanatbetk
pathetic atbetk hetle ngurc gurt with tears streaming
from rein her eyes eyesI
1 I can never bear she said with
halting voice Mto to look upon that deAd
i ly Instrument again Twas given hren tvenu me meand meas
u a present 011 III marringe rrlage and look lookwhat oJtwhat lookwhat
what it has done don They say it is ill 111tuck illluck
luck to receive he without payment any ¬
thing thln that is sharp or will cut cut and now nowI noWr nowI
I must he rid of it at all costs I should
have given I payment for it but it was wassent wassent wassent
sent to me from Italy and DeI I could not
in tIlDe recompense the sender Twill
bring disaster d to yon or your family
if I give e it to you and while I wish to
be rid of o it myself I I dare not bring
down curses on you with such a fatal fatalgift ftalgift
gift and here the drooping girl began beganto
to weep outright outrightThe lutr1 outrightThe ht htTb
The sentry 2entr whose seamed face turned turnedpale turnedpale
pale let the dagger jewels and all fall
from his hand ringing ri rZnfl ln < T < to the road then
e pIoea8Iy ntoulv crossed himself
I must rouse tins this man RDd
learn lea what he has to ashy for t < himself
The soldier wnoee who e caJlinp caJUn demanded demandeda
a certain skill in rough surgery sur and the thecarrying thecarrylnjt thecarrying
carrying of materials necessary essary for 1C it
drew from rom his wallet a narow strip of ofcoarse orCOI1Ie
coarse cloth and a flask of brandy He
knelt by the side of Cardillac examined examln examlnthe examinedthe
the wound wo nd and placed pla his h hand on the
forehead of the unconscious man The Thegirl Thegirl
girl her own anxious self a again ain watch watched watched ¬
ed him intently for or the critical moment
that she feared was approaching
To learn whs he would say sa for him himself hIssself ¬
self lf had been the he patrols patr ls words The
danger was whit wIn t he might say against
hlm himself to tho those e moments between the theregaining theregaining
regaining inln of o his h wits Its and the resuming
of his own control < over them She real
teed with despair at her heart that she shecould shetOUltl shecould
could not explain exii his danger dan er to Car ¬
dillac while this suspicious man was waswithin waswith waswIthIn
within with earshot Perhaps when the sol ¬
dier had bound up the wound she might
induce him to depart and allow her to
bring the stricken man back to a
knowledge of his surroundings surroundingsIf
uJr If good soldier you you will place a
bandage on his ti arm and pass on your yourway youray yourway
way ay to Blots Blois I will revive my bus bu ¬
band bandWhy
Why demanded the soldier look ¬
ing up at her suspicion once more his br
dominant loll exprecwkmBeeause
Bemuse e soldier it is said that peo people peepie ¬
ple walking in their sleep or after a
taint faint when aroused should see ee no nostranger nostranger
stranger Rear ear themtat them theiteThat
That tat may be true or not net said k1 the thepatrol thepetrol
patrol but I must be here to listen listenwhen listenwhen listenwhen
when he wakes wakSuTbflt
Then soldier 1OO1d tell me who you are areand artalHl areand
and for whom you YOU stand cried the thegirl thegIrl
girl craftily te real as well as pre pretended preteAded protended ¬
tended dismay If you arc for the thequeen Utequeen thequeen
queen mother 1IIOt r then we are lost for my m
husband Is a s4rea strong g partisan of Sfce e
King and it te 1 to Paris Par that we are go ¬
lag for he intends to offer his sword
to his majesty
Plague take It growled the old
soldier Have you come all the way ay
from Tours madame through Blois Bloiswherp Bloi Bloiwhtn Bloiswhere
where > lbs t l1le ueen < 11 Is 15 imprisons < 1 without
learning that the north bank of the
Loire is patroled entirely by the th Kings Kingsmen XID XIDmen Kingsmen
men If your husband as you yo say y ya te tea Ispartl
a a partisan partl an of his majesty he has uu moth nothing ¬
log to fear e He te among friends frte but butI hutI butI
I must t hear from hi h his own lips what hat he hehas Iebaa hehats
has to say yo beea bOt e I know from fm ex experience experience e epertence ¬
perience that women do not alwy tell tellthe tellthe
the truth truthDo truthDo truthDo
Do you Impugn I II nay veracity v ctty mon monateurr JDOIlllteur mensleurT
ateurr llteur demanded Tberese Tbe se with indig ¬
nation nationI Da OlL OlLhI
hI I do not understand your language languagemacuffite languagemadame
madame macuffite Plata talk is what I am ac accustomed acetMt0 arrestmed ¬
customed M4 to There is something very verystrange veryJltIlUtlr8 verystrange
strange about this caoe The wound has hasstopped hasIIt hasstopped
stopped IIt PJHNI bleeding and this jsj man an te not to toa IIIa Ina
a faint to but t to asleep He seems eoms to me meexhausted meexba meexhausted
exba exhausted from much traveling or lack lackof Jadtof lackof
of food or both Tte not within rea reason Teaen ¬
son en madame tht th t a blow from your yourstiletto Jour1It1et yourstiletto
1It1et stiletto ten minutes since should have havedone havedcNte havedose
done what you say This man has been beenMed beenbled n nbk
Med white The wound te not recent recentmadam recentR recentmadame
madam madamRecent madameRecent
Recent R t Of course it is not recent recentnor recetltnor recentnor
nor did I make such allegation The Theblow Theblow
blow was Wk 114 struck ruck hours ago A O and here herewe herewe herewe
we nave have been n quarreling qua ua Tltac ever since sinceSeemingly sinceSeemingly 1Dee 1Deeelll
Seemingly elll y he bled blecl all the way and andso andso
so collapsed during durin our l J8 t dispute disputeTen di put putTII
Ten minutes JDiau ago he bad his right rm rmewer rUl rUlover
over his hbr horse s neck JMlCIt using language languagethat
that was frightful lri hUuI to hear Suddenly
he became incoherent then lipped down downand doWaand downand
and down and d fell as you see him
That may all be ms me4ais llama but t I Iwteh I Iwish
wish to bear his h version of k before I I
leave this spot spotsoMterr apotWhy spotWhy
Why do you c what I tell you yousoldier I
soMterr soMterrWill soldier soldierWill rr I
Will you answer me memadame us a question questionA
madame madameA r rA 1
A thousand ttw of o them themI
1 think I see bow this was done doneWhen doseWhen
When he b realised realt you were about to tostrike tostrike
strike be held his arm across his b II lac lacto la lato iasto
to protect it it and cf yon struck him near nearthe nearthe neatthe
the left shoulder shoulderTbte ahouJderTM shoulderThis
This seemed such a a reasonable expla explanation explat caplanative ¬
nation t that Tnerese was about to an answer aDer ansuer ¬
swer er yes when suddenly she remem remembered remensbored ¬
bored b ed that a sword SW rcI thrust would enter enterth eatertho esteethe
th the front of the arm arm w wett whereas a stil
ett > stroke delivered as the soldier 8111 stilI had I
indicated lcated would enter the back k of hali the thearm thearm the thearm i
arm and could not take the same tqUIer C Crectkm
recites r < Uon ax would have been the case casebad caeehad canhad i
had th the arm b been en outstretched out or harm
log by his bi side sideH lIIdeNo de deaoldki
H No soldier rfhc be said w You you arc arcwrong ar arwnMI atiwrong
wrong My husbacl had threatened threatftKdr thrnstoncdeke t tme
eke me in his MIVIS lU i15 and place Ia Iahll5e n norse m
r 0 horse orse again galsmt my y wIlL I warned warnedi wante4that warne I
hiss i that if he attempted at to carry warneI out outhte outee ott I
his menace I would strike him ottC H Hrush He He18IIIMd je jer C
18IIIMd r rush a a at ne me with WIthaM arms outstretched estMrotdiudand outstretchedCfDVPTEE
aM I struck 1It1tldtCfLPTER struckCHAPTER
THE IrttE HE soldier grunied but t mad made no nofurther JtOfDltlwr pe C
5 further eat In J a trite the thewound thewouDd tin tinwound
wound was more effectually bandaged sed
tb than abe bad expecteO TIle T amateur amateurshook amateuremgoon
suix emgoon on shook CardUtec roughly by byKrasninir 1ftbt bygrasping
grasping his ight bt shoulder and Ida hteprediction Idat4Ictlea hisprediction
prediction t4Ictlea tha th the man was merely merelyi merelyeorrect merelysloop
sloop i ep proved id correct CardUtec WInked bttnkedi blinkedeyes
i n ey eyes s then then with an effort rose rosescwr ieeeawiv
scwr 5 awiv to a stttinx p peure peurem1etIIetIaa oture muttering a ariialadtetioa a aieladudos
riialadtetioa aa the wounded arm gave gavetm gaveS ve veI
I > tm a twinge The soldier was kneel kneelnjr JaIeeIq
njr 5 on his left side with his left arm armMartina armthe armppeetlng
Martina ppeetlng the young mans D bead The Thee
ie e knelt quickly clans to o the right rightfWhy rightfWhi
fWhy WIly what a soft fool I am said
irdillac drawing his right hand handwtOIe across
it l brow the same action he had taken takenft Inkedt
ft t before he fell Any schoolgirl l
l kt snow more stamina stamteajQh stammaQIo staminajQb
jQh QIo Victor V Victor V r exclahned Ma Mat
JL t Do not talk till you have more moreh
hosath h I beseech your yourins Our Ourt you
tTalktu ins wont t tirt him him said tel the theWhat thesrw
srw isr1 MOtor What f L your DaIDe name men
I told you snapped tIe PI girl that thatp
p name Is Victor Duchmmom DqcI Do you your
1 91 doubt d ubt my word aoldir aoldirI MrT MrTI
r I wish you would DOt sotesrupt Jll maase
ase I have airy alrta l > heard your story
sad I want to hear h his als What WhatOII te your youri
Ime i monstearT OII
Victor l DuchamlJti > ucbmp replied Car4Bta cbut < c
iaaed but obedient to her glance e He Hewed Heit Heed
it wed ed his eyes ye wearily and leaned back
h ivily fly on the soldiers o Iers arm
I thank you sir continued Car Cari
a i tc e 4 You have bandaged d that wound wounde
ins i e veil eII as the doctor to I I
I I Ti T girl TI hesitated co longer but suns
net be mw ms round his neck 1
i Oh Victor Victor she cried hI I 1Was I
was afaid a aJd I had kilted J your yea r j
hXy My tear you had DOt nothing
I She topped his lips with a ktesWhy triay ktes khaWhy
Why y dont you I b > the man speak speakcried tIpMIIr apeakTtried
cried the Indignant I nt sad nd now thoroughly thoroughlydistrustful Iy IyI
distrustful soldier soldierShe JIOIdIerShe soldierShe
I She turned on him with all n the viru ¬
lence of the virago she pretended en to be beRow
How H dare you interrupt the aJreetioa affec affoctInts
tInts of a wife 1ri e who has recovered r her j
husband from the grave Jtf41V graveAffeetIn
Affection T protested the bewilder bewildered
ed soldier You talk of affection alfectlonwho ectIon ectIonwho
who sent I your dagger through your
husbands arm and stormed till the thepoor thepoor
poor man fainted through loss of
Mood Affection say you yo God pro
tect me from suh affection affectionWhy atfectioDWhY
Why cried Cardillac < you 0 beast
Sb Sbfl never neverBut DeyerBut neverBut I
But he was silenced n d bv h he embrace embraceof embraceof
of the girl who drew dr w hIs head to
her shoulder and rapidly wee whispered
in his ear earGather earGather earGather
Gather your wits ltS together and
listen We are married You Y ar Are
Victor I uchamps Duehampa > We eam came fro from a
Tours through BoIs and are going 11If
to Beangency thence to Paris You Youare Yeare Youare
are re a kings man You tried to beat beatme beatm beatme
me m and I struck you with my 011 dancer
I Do > o you understand Either knp Keep
qU4t nuiet or follow what I hav have mid
i was as spoxen spoken so rapi rapieven rapidly that thateVftt tflateven
even if the solder had heard It be
could not have understood but no DOOund nosound
sound came ca to him Apparently she abewa shewas
was wa fondling her husband in IIIec an anecstasy saecstasy
ecstasy ec tasy of joy jO at his recovery
Now ow madamE said the soldier oIdlerstanding moldierstanding
standing up wlll you rU rt and step
aside asld opshall o h1l I be forced to arrest
you both bothThe bothT bothTThe
The T girl irl rose r walked to the tIIelldeat patient I
horse ho an and d patted Its neck
where are you i treMT
From Tours ToursWhither ToursWhither ToursWhither
Whither are you bound
Tonl Tonight ht to Beauarency Beau ency After that tIIt
I with a permit to Paris there to take
service > with the kingi
J Is this thl woman your wife wIfe7 I
Yes YesI YesWhat
j I I I What is her name
Marie Duchampa DuchampaI Duchanspe110w
I01 CJfte you by yr wood2 r
I refuse rel to answer swer
Then in that cane < a yi yireturn J you musi H
return with me to Blots
Oh Victor Vlct r cried < the girl dont t
try to shield me I have MY toM him
all about it itMadame It Itada ItMadame
Madame > ada keep quiet I have heard
enough of your clack tonight ton t
And I said Cardlltec staggering
to his b feet have heard enough of
yours Curse you sir how dare you
address re8S my wife in such JR ch a manner mannerof a
lady born and we bred < and you the am
of the earth 7 You think because I am
weak I can be browbeaten by suck as
you By St St Martin of Tours Til ru run
you through like a spitted chicken If
you dare address this lady but In
words w of the d deepest resped
pest respect murmurel tl tlsoldier the
soldier endeavoring E to edge ed e toward
his musketoon which whl leaned against
a tree Deepest respect when she
thrust a dagger through you you0 you0Out
Out upon that tie none of your
affair a alr you carrion of the crewftekte
Cardillac now all on the alert
stepped between the soldier soldi and his
chief weapon we pon his own sword gleaming eamiIt
in the moonlight moonlightOh m onUgbtOb moonlightOh
Oh Victor Vlrtorr V tor warned wrne the thegirl thegirl
girl but Victor understood better
than she be the type rf man with whom
he had to deal Trie Tv very ery fact that he
had now encount red men language languageconvinced Ja JaconducM languageconvinced
convinced him more effectually d Dy than
any cajoling would have Ye done that
these people had the right to travel on
this road roadI roadI
I mean no Hirra JROIIIJ monsieur PIH I merely eIy
edited ed as is my duty certain eertaiwhicb cert 4uestlsnswhich qaestiong qaestiongwtikh
which you have answered anawere rp ivlte lte to my
Jsfaction Ard Ar rod now no itJl tsieur usieur eur < If Ifyot IeYOt
yot 01 will oblige m mp me with ti tlec > word OM for
the night nightI I implore madame not to
tot t
speak kI I shall be aatteAed aatl ed If you are area area
a Kings mB you carry the Kings Kingsword Ktog
word I ask you sir what it te 18The
The word Is Montoire Io tolre sooJMon sooJMonRight sonilonRight
Right monsieur mon monsieuryou leuryOti you are Ia the theright theright
right and hoping that I have bound the thewound thewOUlld thewound
wound to your our satisfaction tactJon I bid you youa youa
a very good night nightOh DlghtOh nightOh
Oh thats all right my good fellow fellowI
You have ve bound the wound as s excel ¬
I lently as the doctor doctorYes doelor doelorY doctorYes
Yes Y as excellently as any doctor doctorcried doctorcried doctorcried
cried Thereon e interrupting
That was whet I was saying ylDg cor corrected correetecl corrotted ¬
rotted Cardillac You have done it as aswell awell aswell
well as any surgeon could And now nowmy DOWmy nOWmy
my good man apologize ap lo e to the lady
and I will give you a surgeons fee
Madame I hope I have said nothing ROLhITh
that tl t offended you You know my duty
must be performed I am one ode of the tb
patrols of the road
To this th apology such ueh as it was the
lady lalt la4v made ma4 no reply Cardillac hesi ¬
toting whether or not to entrust hint
with the musketoon yet not wishing wl wishtn
to deprive him of it It said
Are you 011 satisfied with your in ¬
quiries soldier soldierPassably lIOIC moldierPassably Pr PrPa
Passably Pa so growled the man
but I must take this dagger with me C
as evidence ee when I mk make my report
H He gingerly raised the dagger from fr > m I
the roadway
Grasp the dagger by the blade and I
hand it It hilt forward to me
With some hesitation be itatiOIt the soldier dfcl did L
as he was commanded If he had L
picked up the dagger as a weapon
against the drawn dra
sword his own 0 ex ¬ I
perience told him such dependence dep Indeftee I
would be futile Cardillac Car examined th t ttti
stttetta with wit keen interest la Us hilt i
mosaiced te Jewels wa th the crest of ci r
the house of MontreuU That dagger da er
would form a clue clu that must not under
any 217 circumstances get out of his
siamon siamonrn pos poarn peaIll
rn take tak charge of this said Car ¬
dillac dhllatBut
Bat Madame JNLId e Jte98r wlsb t I
to ee it agate agateI
1 I dare say I shall conceal it about aboutdispleasure t
my J person that be may be avecl ttJe tin C
displeasure of looking at K It
But I must 1IIIt make my report moa
rtur and this Is evidence of the the c
crime crimeThere crimeThere
There was no crime er D and no evi en ¬
dence Madame was covening COIr you see ¬
lag you are a fooL Sfc Slt never struck
m me with her IterThen dagger
Then how came came the wound w01lDd1
011 Oh thats that very simple Tired of o C
walking on foot and also of horseback C
riding rtcI I tried progression 8MIoa on my y hands I
M1 neglecting eedar to withdraw my sword when I
I stood on my head The sword oni fell fel I
out aDd ran through th h my arm In cor
porate that ta your report lid never r
be so ummltent ta Tonratoe as to in
dict a lady
The soldier Idler growled
I cannot put a a lie Mfc like that ta my T
I report reportThen rt
reporton rtcIoat
Then on dont report at all you moon ¬
mom of stupidity ldltyfer for then you win save Ye
IIItftIt me from making a report when I reach
Beaugency gee IKY Here are we Kings travel tv ¬
ers on theK theKIRfts ings highway h way yet you dare
I to Investigate as If you OU were one of his
I majestys magistrates IlJa The moment the
word was given l n and the correct word
yon OU should have passed on What pri priare
Yat vsic hra btawla my Wife and I may lBdu Indulge
In are none of your business nor the
busims of any one like you Are you on
going to toIt resort resortIf reportIf
If you think it te not Ot nooessar r
You houMi have done one thiog ibi eg or
I the
other which was either to allow us
I to pass or to arrest us If you do not notso
attest WI us what Is the
ve oC your re ic
port Ityou i you intend to arrest us say
so and say it now alao toll tollfor i JIM what
reams you win give to your superiors
for arresting arrestingr 1Dc a man who carries carr the theto
r password Pll I
The perpl4 ed soldier r removed ed W cap I
and scratched his bead
Weli Well monsieur if you nay M nothing DOth 1
Ill say nothing IIOth IIOthu I
As you piense It doesnt metter to
me r rto Bat In ut came here 18 your inns
ketoon aDd ant here are three gold pieces 1
to payment of your banda baudagti7 ta
The petrol accepted the gold d pieces
j with some awkward expressions DIi of jrrat
It linde took hi his musfc mu mushston tvon von from Car
dillacs lJJac hand and throwing thro It oter his hi
shoulder marched stoutly away For a a
few moments there t here was some anxiety I
between the two t 10 that he might it when
at a safe nsf distance are upon up them but I
the high moon brat down n upon the sol IIOI
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Dr W P H Habel a resident physi physician Iysjrian physiclan ¬
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test two months us has been promoted to
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desk in his h1 office Luby was to have havepresentee havep havepresentco
presentee p a case to the court and when
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get him The court o official found the I Ithan
chart of death which Luby Lnh had ba been I
keeping k pi rOt several weeks The coroner
today issued la8o d a a certificate certl cate of death fnrn I i
natural causes causesSALOON CGUSESALOON coveesSALOON
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