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tcijsday, nncKMiuni 2, 1013. Atoance of MaordinaiyDistinclion The Marshal By tfary Raymond Shipman Andrews ATr 77ie Perfect Tribute, eta Cct7tuH The Bctf-a-iltrrSl Coarptry. f Continued from Monday.) T'.attifta's eyes turned to his mas V r's like those of a faithful do?, trust in tr Nut not understanding. "What calh my idpnor? c.'.i-tf Ifort-the tenor's own castle what other?" t i r rr f v rlnm.-ition from Alixf pu:nnu-l up e t thin?, is roniiscaf'd; th-y uy Francois AH th-Mi y ars in your own "Your castle it jus a prison. H a prH"-nrr there, i'ietro. nome. that." I'ietro "Kvry cither Italy I have never dreamed "I never dreamed of Fpoke, thinking aloud. TrUrm in Austria and tried to find him in. I of CasU lfortc" And. with that, as if pulllns? teeth, they pot lv slo-.v decrees all that he lnew from tho little Battista. The letter, tlsht in Alixe s hand. was sun ; unread; this living document seemed to hrin? them closer to their friend than even his written words. There; -were somo thlnKs in the living letter, moreover, not 10 hp iounu in me uiic of paper and ink. The littl Battista, beinp put to the wall, told them what hi.s father had told him, what the doc tor of the prison had told his father. How the prisoner's health wa-s failing: of that hand of white In his dark hair; at last that the doctor had said to the bis Battista that the prisoner c ould not live more than two or three years as things were; that even if re leased he might not regain his health, would not live, perhaps; that the only thins which could save him would be a long sea voyage. "A lonf sea voyage!" Alixe groan ed and put her fare Into her hands suddenly, and Pietro looked very sor rowful. "A long sea voyage for a political prisoner in the hand of the pitiless Austrians!" At the end of the interview the lit tle Battista put his hand into hia breast pocket and brought out an other Utter, thickly folded. Would mademoiselle have him instructed where to tind the mother of the signor prisoner? He had promised to put mm this Into her own hands, lie must uoj it before he touched food. J And Jean I'hillippe Moison, who had lurked discreetly back of the nearest stone vase, not missing a syl- lable, was Kiven orders, and the huge? little Hattista was sent off up the htone i,teps between the scarlet flow ers, up the velvet rlope of lawn, in charge, of the purple one. Half an hour later the general walked up from the village, walked tdowly. thoughtfully through the beech wood, his face hardly older than when he had come to Vieques, but sterner and sadder; his still soldierly gait less buoyant than it had been live j ears ago. There were voices coming" to him down the wind through the trees. The general's keen eyes ns keen a-s Alixe's searched the dis tant leafy dimness and made out shortly Alixo and Pietro hurrying to meet him. Why, he wondered to himself as tho two young people swung through tho wood why hail nothing more ever come of this long friendship? lie felt that Pietro loved the girl; ho .Vnew that the girl loved Pietro. at least as a sister loves a brother. Put she was not a sister; why had it gone no further? Alixe. now a very beautiful woman, a wo man of a charm greater thiyn beauty, had had many lovers, but no one of them had touched her heart, and this T'renc.hman and his daughter were on strange terms for a French family. So intimate, s- equal had the two been always that the general would not have arranged a marriage for her its would any common father of his country. Alixe must have her free choice. Alixe was no ordinary girl to be happy in a marriage of conveni ence; site must have love, his Alixe. P.ut what was Pietro about? And what, moreover, was Alixe about? "1 id she care for him? Or his heart .sink at the thought was it possible that her bit warm heart was wearing itself out for a man dead or worse than dead for Francois, shot by the Austrians. or else buried without hope in an Austrian fortress? The general went over this question many times as ho wnlkel or rode about the Valley I eb smontes, as hc sat in the high dim library, as he lay in bod at night tmd listened tluoiiK'h the stillness to the t'heulte rushing down over its stones half a mile away. He wished above all other wishes to know Alixe married to Pietro; yet when he saw thorn together he was jealous for the memory of Francois, of his boy Fran cois, whose career had promised so brilliantly, whoso clashing courage, whose strength and brains and beauty and charm had been his pride and delight almost as much as the bravo bright character of Alixe. He himself had sent the boy away to keep him Iftn Alixe. It might be lie had sent him to his death; it might be he had spoiled Aiies life as well, lie could :i-t tell. He puzzled over it as he came up through the park and then he saw Alixe and Pietro coming joyfully to ward him, running light-heartedly, tailing to him with excited gay voices. II stabbed the general's heart; a quick thought tame of that other v ho had been always with them, nor dead or worse, of that other whom these two had forgotten. And with that they were upon him. and Alixo was kissing him. hugging him. pushing a letter into his hand, up his sleeves, into his J ace a iy wh e re. "Father good news the best news almost tho best: Father, be ready for the good news!" "I am ready." the general growled Impatiently. "What is this foolery? tM.br e de bois! What is your news, then, you Filly child?" And Alixe. shakinc very much, laid her hand on his cheek and looked arnestly into his t yes. "Father, Francois- is alive!" For all his gruff self-control the L'eiu-ral made the letter a:: excuse shortly to sit down. Quoit, that a man's knees should suddenly bend and give way because V a thrill of rapture in a man's psychological make-up! Put the general had to sit down. Ar.d then and there all that had been xtr;.ited from little Patti.-ta was re b.eaised, and the p tttr read oer from htart to bnl.-h. The letter, still kept In that cabinet in Virginia, told them all that has al i.a.iy l en written or told, and which was f importance to this chronicle. Hjt some of it was what has been quoted about the old days when the three children rode c'oq in the park, and about the morning when the Marquis Z.tppi came with Ills little loy i'ietro. The general, hearing that, v. as afllicte.i with ail arieties of a old. and Alixe ehoked, reading it. f:nd broken down, and read again, half crying, half laughing. "Put he is alive, father! Alive! That is happiness enough to kill one. I never knew till now that I feared he was dead." And the general, getting up and striding about fiercely, ripped out sav age words such as should be avoided many of them and alternating with symptoms of sudden severe inlluenza. Then he whirled on the two. "Alive yes! Put in prison in that de vil's hole of an old CAstle!" And Alixe looked at Pietro and laughed, but the general paid no attention. "He must be got out. There is no time to waste. Diable! He is perish ing in that vile stable! What was that the lad said about the doctor's speech, that only a long sea voyage could save him? One must get him out. mon Pieu, quick!" Alixe, her hand on his arm. put her had down on it suddenly and stood so for a moment, her face hidden. Pietro. his hands thrust deep in his pockets, looked at the general with j wide gray eyes5, considering. itn that Alixe flashed up. turned on the young Italian, shaking her forefinger at him; her eyes shone blue fire. "This is for you. Pietro. If we should lose him now. Just ns we have found him! N'ow is the time for you to show if you can be what is brave and strong, a Frar.cois has shown. It is your castle! you must save him." Pietro looked at the girl, and the color crept through his cheek?, but he said nothing. "Alixe, my Alixe," her father put an arm around her. "One may not de mand heroism as if it were bread and butter. Pietro will not fail us." (To be continued.) I Why , Snare! IB 1 n 1 SOME NEWS NOTES. there :s a splendid chance for your Stomach to "come back" and you can help Nature along by taking a short course of .HOSTETTER'S STOMACH BITTERS It Is for Poor Appftlte, Indiges tion, Cost I ren ess, Co'.ds and Grippe. 1 tmm i. IcA lu) XT 1 V 4 ) S3 1 PATENTb YOUR IDEAS it ivtrl malrA I tro rcn my ratt iock ohm n"' I .uniUTnrrTTuru if Ym WkV, V fiot SvkmmM. invirr rr rt witnV-rU1: 'JOSHUA R. H. FOTTS $05 G 5c. Waftofv D.CaU.1uJ Tenif Ptu $23 CW nut ct . PtiiTHiifrhii 8 3. CWWn 5c CUp Davies Laundry. Both phones. 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