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Mfgped t to rot dowa dowa Payton By a aW aeMddc apr apriat
W etaetric rands e tautiamaat be b teeaxe teeaxePaytaa IeeatMa ivatesPaytas
Paytaa Ma te Labrador r Start lor Labrador Labradorraitw IAIInderftt Lebrsierwttth
wttth ftt a raitw s H HeieII HeieIIJ toi dlaeo dleows erB ie iei a e eI
i a jilumi and run away fra f tb tbop tM tMjate theoige
oige op j jate ate t the 1MCHAPTER wood woodCHAPTER woodCHAPTER
CHAPTER XIII XI1ICo CoiitiiM Costllwed CostllwedM tiaued tiauedM d dar
ar 188 GRATXAX GRA TKA mad made no reply rtJIIYto
M 41 to Susans Q questions qlllellbODaabout qlllellbODaaboutt ationa about aboutV aboutwhat
V I what t they should eat She Shefollowed eJlEaseloa ffiey
y JlEaseloa ptrtaed on a5i s Susanfollowed sfcl1owed
followed Somcthnes SoIDet they encountered encountereda fDCOIIDte fDCOIIDtewhldfall d da
a windfall where wh h e a tornado had uproot uprootrd
I IfDt
rd 11 the trees and left them interminably IcteTminab1Yfntetaaakd interminablyratertantfed
ratertantfed fDt driving Ot them m from their theirouraealtheugh tbetrW8eAItIteu8h theirtureythOU
ouraealtheugh really they bad no nocourse DOcoune nocourse
course except that Miss M Grayman Graymanstrove Graymaastrove aA aAstnwe
strove constantly to get farther from fromwhere fromwhere rtIR rtIRIMft
where IMft she supposed JIIIIIIIMId me lodge lodgesometime to i iomedalea sAssoTnet
soTnet sometime mm swasnpa interfered with their titeri theirioxTees
ioxTees 11 i ogrm and sent them on weary wearywere wearytramp eary earytr
tr tramp around their bo edges ometimet ome ometimes
times they were caught c t in tangles taagIesyty of ofsoemed etDy
Dy wth from wl eh t tseemed tlleN tlleNo
soemed n no JIOII hvoe Yet on and on a they theysiruKsIed theJ5l theystruggled
struggled 5l 1ed They were weartes the stout stoutgarments stoutarme stoutarment3
garments U that Payton had reconimend reconimendfl re ostfinend ostfinendt eDd eDdt
fl t but even these were becoming torn torniwl tornIlQ tornisd
iwl disordered disorderedvt dI8onle dI8onlelast
vt last last wearied beyond yond expression expressiontsey ezpr s1ol s1olhey
hey had to stop It was getting U dark darki
II i thew the woods oo4e and they knew H tiot at the thesun theoua theIn
sun In was neW Setting UIDg Mtea Orayman Oraymanlhft Gwymanwiected
wiected Ioeet a spot t where the covering of ofand oflIDe ofher
lIDe ins Beedle was deep and soft under underi uMergJOup undergroup
i group of trees and a spreading r tdI ag her berrSoak herloak herins
rSoak oak and bidding bWdtoffSusan Su Etmmwith do tl tte tteitb same sameher
with itb her wrap 1aP lay down They were wereout wereora wereworn
worn ora out hungry n ry thirsty but they theyhad they1ad theyad
had ad no sapper JtapperTormented sapperTermeeted
1adTWlDel Tormented TWlDel tH with lth thirst before the last Iasw lasttight
1 tight ght had faded Mba GyJDaD o eDt roee slid slidwent
w went nt searching for water ter She SIiIeJIIQI had tn tnfiood the thefood
food fortune to ADd near by a trick tricklirK trIctrir tricksuet
lirK ir streamlet very cool and refresh1 refresh1ing refresh retresDin refreshing
ing in They b bath th drank eagerly Then Thoshey Thenihey TINathey
they ban D to feel very ihiily t tt i y and aMw andwished j jwished
wished w for a aft re but that could u1d net be Dehad bebad i ihad
had So they lay down a again atn close closetogether closetogether i iwrether
together arms an Intertwined hate iit Hoe Hoetu ie dau daugh daughter h hter ¬
ter of the great billionaire embracing embracingi
her i tr humbler ler sister and finding a comsort com comfort COMort ¬
fort ort fat her companionship lp that at atarIB least loserwarmed leastvanned
warmed her heart heartThey 1iIertTIaey heartThey
They tried to sleep but in addtttan addtttant addlffothe
t to the cold noises now arose a that drove drovefileep droTeplrep droveleer
leer from their tired eyes strafe strafeoosds uaaeof tra se seHoonda
Hoonda of the tracklew tnaCJt wilder wilderness wi dis distant 1ehtnt 418taut ¬
taut waittns walU screams that gradually Etnd uallJ y ap approached ItJ aproaehed ¬
proached J and ailed them with terror terrorrustling terrorru terrorrusttfng
rustling ru amon amore the branches bra s the snap snapping nappin snapping ¬
ping pin of twigs t m the inky darkness darknessheavier flarkDes5h darknessheavier
heavier h Ttft sounds from depths of the for forest forst forest ¬
est st annual voices replyirs reply t to < one oneanother DeanotbeT oreanother
another Eyes were watching watchtnthoobb rneni rnenithough rm rmthougli
though they did d not know it It They Theytwined Tbeytwted Theytwined
twined their arms closer and trembled trembledand tftlllbledAM trembledand
and at last lobbed together The cold coldincreased idincreased colaincrease4
increased although a1 after alt r a time tbnofnearer the thenearer thenearer
nearer noises ceased At last in tnllpite tnllpiteof hiV spite spiteof spiteof
of all the discomfort they t fell asleep asleepThen IeeItThea aebeepThen
Then a dark form moved stealthily stealthilyand atatthliyand Iy IyaDd
and sOentlv from IOIII a thicket and ap appreached appr appreached
preached pr dted them them It knelt beside the thetroubled tbetTOUbioed thetroubled
troubled sleepers and listened ell Ylua Finally Finallyit O Oit ly lyit
it reached rea out long arms and cauUousiv cauUous UUouspread <
iv spread a warm arm robe over them Theneat The Thenxt Thenf
neat nf t instant it had disappeared disappearedThe dlsappe recl reclTbe
The win was shining hIDt on the tree tops topewhen topsnnen topswbell
when nnen they awoke both opening their theirr thetrpes
r pes es at the same t me moment disturbed disturbedprobably di tirbefrobably disturbedProbably
probably by b come me noise no For a few sec seconds 8eCfJnd8Ji11 seconds ¬
fJnd8Ji11 onds miss Grayman did not realize reaHaewnere reaItaee realizewhere
where e she was Then it all came back backto backto backto
to her In a nub Without ratataje her herhead terhftMI herheal
head she said to Susan n Thank Heav Heaven Bean eav eaven ¬
en n the t night t Is gone We have es escaped escaJMd esaped ¬
aped and today todayA todayJlC1m =
A scream from Susan interrupted ft rruptfd her herOft herOtt heroh
Oft Lord look cried the girl who th91i4d whoi44 whoid
id risen rL rt en n on her elbow
ilf > TisB Gntyman yman half rose in affright affrightand t tand
and there sitting on a s > log stottdry stottdrystaring h hstaring
staring at tten teJII was Indian J ItadlfpAoTha JonnJ oh ohSuMn aftrldat1
Susan after her faalllonfainted taiIaAon fsuhion fiiliiTml hat betits butX1Ss hatXMs
its Grayman was stronger i Although Althoughtrembling AltbO Alth Althtrembling
trembling with fear and ai airose surprise she sheer
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rose to her er feet Then for the first nrsttime firsttime ftnttbae
time she noticed the robe that had cov eerered covered eeWered ¬
ered them Her quick intelligence intelligenceawakened Intel Intelaw intelltgenceerred
awakened aw erred by recent events e told toldthe her herthe herthe
the story in an instant They had seen beent beenIndian seentracked
t tracked tnack and recaptured recapturedIn
In fact the Indian hacl dia had ad been on their theirtftdl theirtrail
1 trail for hours h He had not Jl t come up upwith upwith
with them until nightfall Then Th sretng sretngthat seelnsthat
that they th intended to p eo o no farther for forsimply forthe
dM present he had simply waited 1tH and andwatched andwatdwJ4 andwatched
watched taking tk the precaution to cover coverthem ecnrertJIem coverthen I
them as they they slept because 1 he knew knewhow mewhow knewhow
how cold the he woods would become as asthe i itbe
the night t grew deeper deeperFor HperFer deeperFor
For a minute the thought t of resist resistance re8l8tnee resistance ¬
ance dwelt in Miss X Graymans mind mindBut mtnc1Belt mindBut
But bow could she be resist res st Sfe S bad IM IMweapon Oftweapen noweapon
weapon and the Indian as armed
Their strength th could do nothing against aptDstbi aaatasthiss againsthim
him even if Susan were nt m a state to enendure toendure rnen4
endure en4 a struggle stru They were both half halffamished haltfaIsbell halfTarnished
famished and worn wn nut No resistance resistancewas r ras
was as not to be thought thou ht < of The girl did didnot
not burst into tears she was w s too dazed dasedShe dazedSht dazedShe
She said nothing noUli g whatever but tum tumto
mg in to Susan tried to revive her At Atthis Atthis Atthis
this India John silently brought t water waterand waterand ter terD
and threw it into the girls J face r gee She Sherevived SfttlJlnived Sherevived
revived immediately imniediat Then Tb he offered otteredthem offeredfood offeredthem
them food food which they took even with wltlaeager witheagerlsest i ieagerness
eagerness eagernessHe eager eagerlsestHe euHe
He did not hurry h them He seemed to
have infinite patience But at last he hetouched 1MtoudIed hetouched
touched KIM M s Grayasan en the arm and andmade andde andmade
made her a step that they must be 20 20Now
Now he spoke Must UIIt not stay where wherebad wberebad wherebad
bad bears Go back to lodge lodgehis lodgeThere
There was a gleam of grave humor In Inhie Inhis
his eyes eyes34tos eoyeX1se eyesddb
34tos Grayman made no reply but butwearily MateariIy butw
wearily w eariIy and despairingly Irtnty she followed followedhtm foilowE4him followedhim
him Susan clinging cDngi to her side He Hescarcely Hescarcely Hescartxly
scarcely glanced ianeed 1aI over his b shoulder al altheir altho although
tho though hl wary eyes fa and ears mew knewtheir mewtheir
their movements oveinentHo He H set a slow 510 pace paceas paeaas paneas
as if commieerattng commleerat their fatigue fat but butin butIn butto
in an astontsli astonishingly short space of time timethey tlDllethey timethey
they Raw 1 the g steam of the little Jake lakaand lakeand I Iand
and then the lodge They bad beet beertravotnas beettraveling bwortravelin
traveling travelin almost m a circle circleAa clrc clrcAs circleAs
As they approached the lodge Miss MissGraymans MissGraymans 1 1Graymans
Graymans heart h thaT sank k at the sight tJi ht ofthe of ofthe oftbe
the Chameleon Chd DIL Payton had returned returnedHow returaedHew returnedHow
How she dreaded dre the < meeting with Itb bin hltaBut binBut 1mBut
But he did not appear Neither either ws wsMrs w wKn wMrs >
Mrs Williams visible The Indiar htd ed edthem eelthem edthem
them to the dooiiand doort and paused and tre treentered tteentered they theyentered >
entered atone Even cen en yet not a person peIfODtppeared persmappeared
appeared and they ascended unaccom unaccompanied UJlaecOIIIpaDiecJ uhtaccompanfed ¬
panied to their apartments Miss Gray Grayheart GrayII1aD Grayman
man threw lierself If Oft her bed and er erheart menheart
heart gave way Y she wept and ao sorted sortedWild redWild toed toedWild
Wild thoughts t ts ran throwrn her brain brainShe brAhLSite brainShe
She even thought tlM ht of ma malting king away with withherself ritbIf withbocselL
herself If Yes if help did not come soon soonshe IOOftme soonshe
she would do DOt I But although she shecould hfi hfieeuI4I hscould
could see no way of escape she would wouldtrust wouldtnI8t wouldtrust
trust ta Gd a little while whileCHAPTER longer longerCHAPTER longerCHAPTER
CHAPTER XIV XIVRunning XIVRunning XINRunning
Running the Pirate Down Down1SS
1 1 i1ISa iT1S 1SS GRAYMAXS GRA YXANS S mad attempt i iescape at atJ
1 1l
escape unfortunate the though thoughturnedout igh b itturned It Ittur
turnedout turned eC out out was probably afterall aIt after all sli the themean tMof themeans
mean of her salvation sei atlos ttoa It had the ef effect effect effect ¬
fect of o keeping k Pan at Ms lodge But Butfor Buttor Butfor
for the necessity y which he felt ofwatching of ofwatching ort
watching t her personally y we sight t nothave not nothave DOtbave
have succeeded in getting tutt the two com communications COllIfOlD analmuitieatloas ¬
munications from the same pebICaad pebICaadthat inr and andthat
that the very point that we wished to tohit tobtt tohit
hit upon uponHow UpOnHow uponHow
How Payton felt when he discovered discoveredthe ed
In the apnS hook oa the library table tableUte tablethe
the letter Tt t that it t bad opened Miss Gray Graymans GraymaRs GraYmana
mans eyes to her actual qt Ttnation tlon and andto andto andto
to nfe real character I do not know knowNo knowNo
No doubt be cursed c himself for lib htoness libama hisamazing
ama amazing car carelessness because beeaaeeJMIJS8 earsm earsmness
ness was not m his makeup and could couldnot couldnot couldnot
not be suffered in his business I only
know that he never fr spoke to Miss Grayman Gray Grayman Grayman
man again a 1n while w ne she remained at atlodgE th thlodge tltlodge
lodge Perhaps he h was wa < ashamed to face faceher tac tacherhe faceherhe
her herhe he well 11 might have peen fo n prh pernap rnp p
lh Tie had some Qmp ± mo other reason But at an any
rate front that moment t site v vrs kepta kept i ia Ia
a close prisoner and afi thai Payton Paytonsaid Paytonsaid Paytonsaid
said to Mr Grayman about her JaerdJlued continued con continued ¬
tinued cheerfulness eIIeerf1I1 and about t their theirtrout t ttrout theirtrout
trout fishing was a base falsehood in invented ill invented ¬
vented to prey upon the billionaires billionairesmind re remind s stl
mind mindAnd mindA tl
And A now to the story o of our search searchand IMIIUdaDel searchand
and the atart1 startling 1f events that t came out outof outotJt out0th
of otJt lc lcAfter
otJtAfter 0tht
After t es leaving 1eavl the little town I or ordered orf1l11 ordared ¬
dared full speed ahead and we trailed trailedaway tnJledaCaF trainedquay
away in Ina a long line Jft m this order oidthe oidtheEasle ordertheEagle the theEagle
Eagle the Skylark S ytark the > Osprey th thCrow the tlt8Crow theCrow
Crow and the Bobolink It was a beau beautiful beautltal ¬
tiful squadron dra I can tell you and how howproud howproud howproud
proud I felt to be to command of itWe it itWe au auWe
We were nearly a mile high and in ba2bort a ashort ashort
short t tl tines < n we passed over ov Lake Ontario Oatariowhere Ontariowhere
where 11 8 urltt m and wind wrinkled surface surfacelookrt IJUrta IJUrtalook surfacelooker
looker look r MX Jltf frosted silver from that thatbetght Att thatheefit
betght t A 1J fa to the west we saw w To Toronto To ToIVIIto Toronto ¬
rontoAfterward rontoAfterward ronto IVIItoAfterward
Afterward we passed Ottawa but Ikept I Ikept Ikept
kept a good oflflng not eating to run the therisk therisk therisk
risk of being bet seen by spies After tter that thatwe tbatWe thatWe
we soon had beneath us great forests forestsscattered fo foIMtt forestsscattered
scattered IMtt ftlll clearings and ranges of bills billsi
i I 4repp4 dropp town nearer the ae earth now newthe nowthe BOWbe
the danger dut of detection HolD being less Attimes At Attimes Att1mea
times we ist skimmed the tree U tops to andthe and andthe aNIthe
the hill hUIe rising and stoking shiktn with thesinuositles the thesinuosities thestDuoettle
sinuosities of the land Only Only once did didalmost dHwe didwe
we attract any attention when We ran raaallD08t ranalmost
almost over a muting DdJIi camp1t camp campWe ClUDPWe
We 1t a could hear the excited hello of ofthe ofUHI ofthe
the men and see them running r1JDl Dg tot together togethertalking tOletbeTta > otber otbertufldnt
talking and pointing pointingIt pOint Inc IncIt
It is fortunate I MId to Mr Gray Grayand GrayGrantMallo Grayman
man and Secretary Grantham who whomost whoIIMMIt whomost
most of the time t stood beside me onthe on onthe ontbe
the deck that bat Payton did not DOta etlec etleca
a hiding place somewhere Where In the west western w wern wern ¬
ern part o the Dominion don for thenlines then the thelines thlhtea
lines to New York Y orlt and Buffalo might mighthave mighthave
have nearly coincided DCtd and it would aWOWClhave wouldhave wouldbare
have been very ery difficult to calculate calculatetbeir eaJculatetbeIr calculatetheir
tbeir point o intersection intersectionYoud iDtentectlonhYOV intersectionYoud
hYOV Youd have managed ma It It my 7 boy boysaid MYaid boysaid
said Mr Gntntbam goring his bam bamwith balkwkb bagwith
with a kindly klDdI pat on my shoulder shoulderTon 8IaeGldeTog shoulderYom
Ton Yom have too much at stake to totbia lose losethis losethis
this game But Im glad it proved easy
for you youI
I dont c1 know how to describe the feet feetteg reelthat foollag
lag that had grown up in me toward towardMr towardt
Mr Ir Graiubam He seemed to take tkedeeper a adeeper
deeper interest t in my person + triumphthan triumph I
than In the object itself of the expedl ezpedlUD expedltt
tten tt n And then his signincant t though thougbenigmatical thoughenigmstkal I
enigmatical t a 1 remark about r rthat the reward rewardthat
that I ought to get t kept coming back backinto backInto backinto I
into my mind He was w wa s th the e beat friend friendI 1 1I
I ever r had and I never er knew how I Iwon Iwon I IWOII
j won him himMr hhnidr 0 0lr
Mr Grayman meanwhile mea wWk had fatten fatteninto faUecInto
into a meditative meditaU mood He was think thinking thIDk1Dp thinking ¬
ing about his daughter and her peril pernThe pertlpoor perilThe
The poor srl we e heard him mutter
0 The poor girl Heaven Hea protect her herSee berry berrysee heree
See ee er Grayman said the aecra aecratary eertaIY aecrWy
tary UI tL wont WOU do Dont J t BO to toDO rr Jr Jrrytg r rryteg
ryteg now DO when the thfet r is isaOMt tDCIed isaOMtended t
ended The time for worry te cone
Weve We e got the rascal located were J JO goin o ohwi
hwi in to drop upon him without she shestiarJrtent he heslightest
slightest warning and weve we got the theforce theDe theforce
force needed Ied to overcome him Your
daughters dat tero danger Is past and Inside maweO Insideof
O ten hours u the most she will 11 11in be
in Your arris arrisMr anISfr arrislfr
Mr Gruyrrtan tried t to smile and to tolook tolook tolook
look cheerful brit his heart wan heavy
We must begin tu work out the de details details ¬
tails of our plan said the secretarturning secretary ec ectu
turning tu to me Do you think that you youcould youcould ou ouOWd
could And him at night If possible J It RI itmight
I might t be beet to drop upon him in the thei thedallmeN
i darkness We a might catch Mm asleep
if we w knew the exact t spotTbats spot spocThats
Thats the difficulty i replied or orCOUIIIe Of Ofcourse Ofcurse
course my data do not give tn me the themathtmatlcal tIMJPf themathematical
mathematical JPf 1caJ point where he lies I Imay IIDa7 Imay
may be a mile or two out of the theoa way wayon awayos
on one aid sIds w > or the tJWIuae other But ButmU teas teasmuch lanemuch
much mU < b as bte lodge must bo f tuated in inan InaD Inan
an uninhabited and practically untrod untrodden untrodden ¬
den wilderness wIJde the least light that thathdtt he hemhcbt bemight
might hdtt show would inevitably Y1tably betray
his ioc ootVdn D n from rom our point of observa observation 0beeTYatloo observation ¬
tion tlooonr
Thata its exclaimed Mr Granthaml Grantham Granthamlouve GTantJtuarou
l louve rou ouve felt the nail on the bend Wemust We Wemust WemD8t
must look out for a light lightIn llatnLn eo eoTn
Tn In n that ease I retnme 9t It will benecessary be benecessary boPnf
necessary nf to time tlrn ourselves to arriverot arrive arriverot arrheI
rot too t G latf 1t t > the evening Eo enln becauserinee because becauseFinre he aue aueIntt
I Finre h < evidently Id ntly has a regular ular halHta
Uon and and one as it would seem of 1 cpn cpnenstonm COD CODtIIIHrabIe
tIIIHrabIe od rable pret enstonm it fe unHfcely un that thath tbatbe thathe
h be > keeps aD n ann allai au tt f t watcMlre w ichre like a acamperout aamptrout ae
e camperout HI H His ughts will il be outtfarlyt out outpretty outJIIIIIIJ
pretty early tfarlyt tfarlytRigbt 0 r rRight
JIIIIIIJt Right t again said t Id the secretary secretarySuppose seentaifyou seerrtarSuppose
Suppose you go over ov r your calculations calculationsand caJe1aIutIoasaM
and see how near you can determine determineUM cMCermlDedN dtterutlnethe
UM exact number of mites mI that we wemust weJS1UIt wemud
must still run Then we can camregu camreguOar regulate regulateour regulatedur
our speed uee4I epee accordingly accordinglyI
I did as Mr Oranttam requested requestedand ueted uetedaIMI
and after coasutttnic COASUI UM excellent excellentcfearte uceIleDtdaarta excellentcharts
charts that we earned I announced announcedthat anDOUDCedtbat announcedthat
that from tro Ottawa Otta to the apparent parent parentteraertlon in intersection IDtenectlon ¬
tersection of the lime the distance cbsta > ce was wasvery wasVeQ wasvery
very do close e to 0 3sS miles We ha had ba4Ottawa passed passedOttawa psasedOttawa
Ottawa an hour before sjotag at a dip dipof cUpof dipof
of 1 i3 miles Mr Graham took out outhis outbia outhis
his watch watchThree watcbThree watchThree
Three oclock he said The fie days daysare daysare daysare
are long and longer the farther farther w fo fonorth 50nortJl gonotch
north There is aa allnight lbt tie twilight twilightin twU twUaD twvlarc t tin
in Central Centralat La brador but if itat UTiftod UTiftodat
at J Iii ockx ockxWH Oclock it wW pIQbIIWy be dart clrktor dartiomgt
WH iomgt jh for our purpose I dont dont be believe bee ¬
lieve he e his b lights will be out earlier earlierThat than thanthat tbaDthat
heto that to
thatThat That mean a trifle teas lee than JUty Aftysene JUtynene AttJoene
nene mites on hour 1 llftDlked llftDlkedY remarked remarkedJfes fefnarkedYes
Yes Y that then should b IN oar ourspeed oarspeed1 OWs OWlaDtate17
speed1 speed1In speed s 1 1la
In mediately i P slgmAed fclgn l d the theastern IIft08 IIft08Uern aeseastern
astern u U > 1 1drop reduce t tbor aeeed to QCOftI QCOftIwith aooogdwith
with ours Ad ordered my engineer so sodrop I
drop to fiftynine mUM mO Then w we en entMma e eteted I Itered
tered rty cabin to complete our plan planpreparations ot
preparations tMma and to pass away the time timeprospect 11mwbleb timewhseemed 1
wbleb whseemed seemed very 1o viewed V19wedJ in inprospect
prospect As to the tactics we should shouldthey ouWadopt shouldadopt
adopt > they were Quickly decided upon uponwill 1IpoDfar
as far as we could to foresee foreseewill the wortL I J Jwill
will explain them in a few fewmomenta fewmomentaI moments momentsI
I I had already ordered on Ethan Halitfor Haigiit Haigiitto
to get b his hi bowgun bo pa in shape for quick qWcIlWO ulck ulckwork I
work WO for In aa emergency I Imore counted countedmore eoUDtedmo coo
more mo on him than on the other gnawBet gnaw gunnvBesides U1Ut1
Besides Bet = i I had no thought of showing showingmy showingmy 1 1m
my m heels The small arms were al aJI c ta tacomplete IDcomplete incOttrpiete
complete readiness and every man cvJ cvJrted QUriM ceutied
riM twenty cartridges to n his h belt be betides l laMes le lethe
aMes the ten in the t magazine of his hisrifle blarl1Ie hisrifle
rifle This applied to the other across acrossas
as welt weltIf welIf wellIf
If it 1 came to a fight I didnt believe bettoveMy believethat i
that CaptalD Alfonso would stand Up Upto upto
to it very long My chief fear was w wte a at as asto
t te his running away 7 AS I have already al alnew a aread
ready read Intimated I bad cr great coal cee ceein ce ce1D
1D the Ea aDd J knew new her powers irowersa to tonicety 10a
a nicety but I wuwfllblc was as willt willinc to allow allowthat Uowthat allowthat
that the Chameleon 0o5 might mighta mightbe bt raceable berace be able ablenoton ble bledraw noton to todra >
draw dra away a ay from hersequestly her ta a race Qpn QpneequenUy OoaMqueDU
eequenUy I + didnt idnt t mean that there thereshould theftahou1cl thereshould
should be any race raceAs raceAs raceAs
As to my m course e I had set It with w tJa extreme ex extreme extreme ¬
treme care std I was suns that it itsection Itwould bwould
would take me very ce to t the Iat Iatsection t tsection
section of my lines But would It ItPa ted tedPaytons d dPaytone
Paytons Pa > tons hiding place In my soul I IBelieved 1DeI Iesheved
Believed DeI It would woufcLLabrador wouldLabrador CMlld CMlldLabrador
Labrador does not present a very en entranciag ea eatraad ertrandng
tranciag traad vi vIat W3t w t least from above aI It ItIt ItDOt Itif
It not a country to grow enthusiasm enthusiasmever aitbnsiasmOver iatmaer
ever er We w e cared very lit I little e about the thescenery the8CeDery thescenery
scenery when ben we went eat on deck again againbut acambut againbut
but we watched very < < ry feature of the thelandffc the1aacIPpe theland
landffc 1aacIPpe land pe beneath as s at attentively anenttvetyIf as asif asIf
if w we had been et vle ledinc tin a place to tosettle toeWe tosettle
settle So the afternoon whiled bUed away awayand aWQaM awayand
and 1 glanced gin c d frequently t uently at the for formldabie formldabie formidable
mldabie line Un of aeros trailtag trama after us usrising WI WIria usrising
rising ria and falling with the atmospheric atmosphericbillows atJD01llphertcbUIo atmosphericbillows
billows bUIo while wt Je their polished guns glintedIn glint glinted IDt IDteeI1II ¬
ed eeI1II ta the srnlicht and and as I watched watchedmy watcbedm watchedmy
my m heart alternately at L nlatl swelled fIIled with pride prideand pridelid prideand
and sank under the weight of anxiety anxietyWe anxietyW anxietyWe
We W dined about half after 7 and andshortly andftortl andshortly
shortly afterward I signaled lignal d the tberea t ijuad ijuadron iuadron
ron to assemble Mie and save ave e each com commander commander commander ¬
mander as be dropped alongside aJo the theEagle theIta theEagle
Eagle the program of operations which whichwe wbkhwe whichwe
we had worked ork out to my cabin This Thisis ThisIs Thish
is virtually what bat I repeated to all ofthem of ofthem ofthem
them themWe
We ar are going to make e a descent upon uponthe uponthe
the lurking placr of Alfonso Payton PaytonI PaTtODbaa PaytonHe
He baa a lodge Iee ba the woods aDd aDdhol4e andold
I holds old as his is prisoners a young lady lad ladaad ladyand
land and her t maid whom be has stolen from fromaboard trvmN fromNew
N New York The TIM young lacIys father Ia Iaaboard Isaboard
aboard the Eagle and with him as you youare youare youare
are aware is Secretary Grant Grantham ham I Ibelieve Ibelieve Ibelieve
believe that he has already atrcl informedyou informed informedyou ne
you 00 that all of our movements In thin thhcase lb lbcae thincase
case are ar to h be kept an a department departmentsevr
se sevr r ret t t The > honor and reputation ot otthe ofthE o othe
the serrico enlC > are ar at stake You wji act
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at Great Big Savings SavingsSnappy SavingsSty1sh
Snappy Stylish Sty1shSpeciafly Garments GarmentsSpecially
Specially Underpriced UnderpricedThis
L This is the first season sea n of our new stores existence e stence and a to t properly > roDerlv
t T i L jt 11 I V f i ifor v
S introduce it to the public we are a making sweeping b reductions on every gar garment garment
> ment in our stock Our assortment of mens spring spring ring an and d summer suits is is the
n < finest ever brought to Washington for we have scoured t the he entire country
Vii Viif f for the most striking a styles and most distinctive fabric effects To imPreupon impress impressupon impresupon
upon you the enormous savings savle gs our special introductory introdactor t prices rives make possible possiblea
< t a single glance at the items below is is all thats necessary Each of our Leaders Leadersrepresents Le Leadersrepresents ders dersrepresents
represents a substantial and unusual saving sar saving ng or one of the snappiest garments garmentsyouve garmentsyou garmentsw
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and andwhich whichto to locate his lodges i a as he cal calls It Itwhich It itpr
which Is probably probablyhis pr prstd obabi a buldng buldn bu ldng of con conmay corierabk
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ftrongiy stag ty manned IDD and fortified We be beaero
hove teat be hu only 8ne De aero a very
fast f flier the ehanwsieon of whlcto htch you
have all heard
IJ We must H1 reve1t > r vent him at all costa ta
from retting aay la tnher her If he tH tHeacpe tries
escape e w we mutt suet disaoie h hl his a ro But
irreat t care must I lIet be exercised eu cied not to
BOtire tellt 1e Mp N1 prisoners Prim OOera ers it cm he should
succeed In getting them aboard That Thattt
I Is the thing that we e must prevent If
tt be humanly humarl possible To You will
get yt 7flr heir ir signal light 1ghu 1ta ready read for In Inbe
ftant UM but JIO U Ifaht lt is t to be shown
lnJ5 In approaching P proachln chlng < the place
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this latitude at this season an there threwill therewill
will be 8ufnc t JI light t In tie eky k to
enable ena you OU to follow the movements movementsBaHe JnlveJllentsof
of the Eale le above the tleeCtJM
You w l now drop a quarter f1 a
mile De behind keeping k J jR In D line lhaeat abreast nbreautan abreastIt
at It In IDten1 ervale of ° an eighth of a mite miteIU milewill
r will sign 1 y Fitt when to top It by a astern
tern light I wID wl IU rtv you atnala siftSall
if for or your sober ubs < mne iuent t movements
I then issue to each eomman4 er r a afigna asignal
signal I c cede > d o which w l kh h I had prepared preper for forI foraaDeuD formaneuvering
I maneuvering aaDeuD the t squadron eq both in insurrounding n nsurrounding nBU1I
surrounding BU1I UndID the lodge and ta tb me ease eor easeof
or f an attempt att Jr t to escape and a flight
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Francis S and Suaelle D Do Hnrt Orroa OrroaUT cneIIE L1nrtengb1
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Isaac and Edna P Allison All boy
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Abnbam i and Minnie K Wax girl glrLand
Thomas A and Cawothas Carol M OBdaYboy OBrten OBrteny
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John W and Amelia M Mullen Ji1II1eDaniage girt girlMarriage girtMarriage
Marriage Licensee LicenseeCharles LielR1l1CIIu1 LicensesCharles
Charles KmlewHch of Mt Vases V Vtts < X XY XY
Y and Sarah Leon 0 Wa bhpease 1 7
Henry A Bell of J JopW1 I5e M sad 1
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ment Hospital for the Insane
James 0 Crandell 30 years Yf 13 UI l Half Halfatreet Halfstreet
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Louise I E wises Wi 9 years y rs 9 i > Eighth Eighthstreet EIghtDOrthht Eighthstreet
street nor northeast h t amt
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Club In Wreck
SYRACCSR syp ccsa N T April l71r tYlreuaa tYlreuaaBeasett J1 J1B8Me MMUi MMUiBa
Ba B8Me Beasett eu was killed and OoaatHctor Wild Wildh Wildhad Wildhad
h had d a foot crushed and IU Ms thigh brohew brohewthis WvtoieRtlIIs b u to tothis
this aornmfc ia > a wreck on t the he New NewTork xewYOl1l hewYork
York Central railroad near Rome RomeAn BoaaeAa BorneAn
An uamtumnd freight t t wa was taking wife wbter wifetar wDt
tar and dose behind was a sbiftii sbiftirg IftbaJ ohgLe en enSne 411Aaedaer
Sne Another east eastboond of nd freight came cameen camelIP camen
lIP III the npu ad threw tile l1bt en ensn en8DUt endse
sn > dse onto the train ahead Express ExpressttaSn EXJ EXJtrLa Expresstnn
ttaSn 2 ice o C Z1 also eastbound on another anothertrack anocItertlaCk anothertrack
track odeswiihed atde wt ed the wreckage and the thesender thee11ItDe theettgins
e11ItDe and the head sleeper and a pu pucoacb parSOSXCT
sender coach left the track None of ofthe orthe ofthe
the paHMmara were injured injuredTrainmen eIL eILTraimlMm i iTrainmen
Trainmen Isjured IsjuredING bjmedW1iEELLfG IngtredWWEELINC
W1iEELLfG ING W Va Va April prt1 Jt IFle IFleC1A 3Fivetits Five Fivew
tits IR w were r tiered one faintly earlytaw early earlye earlydovsaa
taw when dovsaa d ahlebeader nItJ ta Nos Noshe Rasand
and 116 otbe he Pittakrn division or or1Jtp of1Tse
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student members 1tenJ eC f th tile Mrdc Xk1lllld > C iafc and Wig
Club Ch of the University of Pennsylvania Penaaytvaniaand PeJQabanla
and a number of other persons were er in induba inn innjcred I
j today when a itseoottno bit the theduba th thdub
dub duba special train as it was standing staDdn staDdnta
In the station here hereThe bereI1Ie hereThe
The students had retire to theirbertha their theirto
1 bertha aDd the train was atnll7 netnr y re dy readyto dyto
to start for t Philadelphia PhI I II wbon the crash crashcane crashcame crashcame
came The dub mem members en wer were return returnTb TeUlrnfrom returntag
tag from a trip Went w wirers they gave IverIM gaveThe
rIM Tb A Oseert eert eC C Mahomet xaJioeL The club clubplayed clubplayed
played 1 here law night nightThe nightThe t tTIM
The injured Jared stmfcnts stau lets are e Arthur ArthurBarnes Arl1mrBarne ArthurBarnes
Barnes of Flttsbursr PI thigh hart John JohnThomas Jolinnaeas JohnThemes
Thomas back hurt J H Keenan cheek cheekcut cheekeat cheekcut
cut J J C Vanderwood V v severely bruised bruteedJohn bndeedJolla bruisedJohn
John Kelley hip and knee hurt Jnut W J JJeaslaga J JJenntngy JJ
Jenntngy J S badly 1 bruised and W B BBremejttan B BB BBrenneman
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appointment tmeDt of R L Moore a negA negAas Det Detall
as census enumerator has b resetted 1toi in a apetition ifpptiton apetttion
petition signed 81Jn d by a hundred tr r more moretiz morec I
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k passing judgment for admission to this thisstock thisstock thiswx
wx stock Butwe But ve say GUARANTEED GUARANTEEDand
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that unqualified insurance To be as good goodas
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patterns patternsmade made up up in Double Breasted and Norfolk Styles with ith fullcut fullcutKnickerbocker fullcutI
I Knickerbocker pants double seated and fulllined All seams are silk sewed sewedand sewedand servedand
and every strainable point is stayedand stayed and reinforced All ll sizes from 6 to 17 17vears 17years Ityears
vears years
Boys Combination Suits Double Breast Breasted Breasted Breasted ¬
ed Jackets with TWO PAIRS of knickerbocker knicker knfckerbocker
bocker Pants neat patterns and q + 298 298BoyS Q AQ AQall Q QBoys
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with short 8h ort sleeves drawers drawersknee drawersfllli
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with braid and silk embroidery embroiderynew flO AO
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collar col I ar All sizes 0 348
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Pennsylvania Avenue and Seventh Street

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