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Copyright. 1909, by Georo
Copyright. 1909, by Dodd,
Mead Q. Compiny
A Story of
' CHAPTER V-(Continued)
The committee was seated around
tho long tablo in tho stifling, breath
less room, tho armorer at the head.
Those who came by way of the sewer
had performed ablutions in the queer
toilet room that onco had been a secret
vault for tho storing of feudal plun
der. What air there wan came from
the narrow ventilator that burrowed
Its way up to tho shop of William
Spantz or through tho chimney bolo
in the ceiling. Olga Platanova sat far
down tho side, a moody, inscrutable
expression In her dark eyes. At
bpantzs right lounged Peter Brutus.
a lawyer, formerly secretary to tho
iron count and now his solo represent
ative among these people. Ho was a
dark faced, snaky eyed young man,
with a mop of coarso black hair that
hung ominously low over hia high, re
Julius Spantz, the armorer's son, a
placid young man of goodly physical
proportions, sat next to Brutus, while
down tho tablo ranged others deep in
the consideration of tho world's grav
est problems. One of tho women was
Mme. Drovnask, whoso husband had
been sent to Siberia for life, and tho
other Anna Cromer, a rabid red lec
turer, who had been driven from tho
United States, together with her amia
ble husband, an assassin of somo dis
tinction and many aliases, at present
foreman in charge of one of tho bridge
building crews on tho now railroad.
Every man in tho party, and thcro
were eight, for Olga was not n mem
ber of tho "ten," wore over tho lower
part of his face a false black beard of
huge dimensions not that they were
averse to recognition among them
selves, but in the fear that by some
hook or crook Dangloss or his agents
might bo nblo to look in upou them.
Brutus was speaking. "Tho man is
n spy. He has been brought here
from America to Tullis."
. "Wo shall continue to watch his
every movement." said William Spantz.
"Time will tell. When wo aro posi
tive that ho Is a detectivo and that
ho Is dangerous thero is a way to stop
"Dangloss suspects more than one of
us," ventured Brutus, his gaze travel
ing toward Olga. There was lewd ad
miration in that steady glance. "But
we'll fool tho old fox. The tlmo will
soon be hero for tho blow that frons
It: appeared fn the'eourso of his re
marks that Marlanx had friends and
supporters In all parts of. Graustark.
Hundreds of men in the hills, Includ
ing honest shepherds and the dishonest
brigands who thrived on them, coal
minors and wood stealers, hunters and
outlaws were ready to do his bidding
when tho tinio was ripe. Moreover,
Mnrlanx had been successful in his
design to till the railway construction
crows with the riffraff of all Europe,
nil of whom were under the control of
leaders who could sway them in anv
movement provided it was against law
With u cunning that commands ad
miration, tho Iron Count deliberately
sanctioned the assassination of the llt
tho princo of tho reds, knowing that
tho condemnation of the world would
fail upon them iustead of upon him
and that his own actions following tho
regicide would at once stamp him as
Irrevocably opposed to anarchy and all
of its practices I
In the courso of his .remarks Peter
Brutus touched hastily upon tho sub
ject of the little prince.
"Ho's not very big," said he, with a
laugh, "and It won't require ,n very
big bomb t blow him to smithereens.
"Stop!" cried Olga Platanova, spring
ing to her feet. "I cannot listen to
you! You shall not speak of It In that
way! Peter Brutus, you aro not to
speak of of what I am to dol Never
She, shuddered violently as sho stood
there boforo them, her eyes closed as
if to shut out the horrible plcturo her
mind was painting.
"Sho will buuglo it," sneered Anna
Olga's lids wcro .lifted. Her dark
eyes looked straight Into thoso of tho
"No," she said quietly, her body re
laxing, "I shall not bungle it"
Tho discussion went back to Truxton
King. "Isu't it possible that ho '
merely .attracted by the beauty of our
charming young friend here?" ven
tured Mme. Drovnask.
"It Is part of his game," said Julius
Spantz. "lie knows Olga's past. Ho
.Is waiting for a chanco to catch her
off her guard. He may even go so far
as to make pretty love to you, cousin,
in tho hope that No offense, my dear,
no offense!" Her look had silenced Win.
"Mr. King is not a spy," sho said
"Well," said William Spantz, "wo
'are Bafo if we take no chances with
him. He must bo watched all the
time. If wo discover that ho Is what
somo of us think be is there is a way
to end his usefulness. Now, Brutus,
what does Count Marlanx say to this
day two weeks? Will he bo ready?
On that day tho princo and tho court
aro to witness tho unveiling of the Ye
tlvo memorial statuo In tho plnza. It
is a full holiday in Oraustark. No
man will bo employed at his usual
Brutus interrupted him. "That Is
the very day that tho count has asked
$io to submit to tho committee. He
believes it to bo tho day of nil days
Nothing should go amiss. Wo con
quer with n single blow. By noon of
that day, the 2Ctb of July, tho commit
tee of ten will bo in control of the
stato; the new regime will bo at hand.
A now world will bo begun, with Edel
weiss as tho center, about which all
tho rest shail rerolvc. Wo, the com
mittee of ten, will be its truo found
ers. Wo shall bo glorified forever. The
death of tho prince is the signal for
tho overthrow of tho present govern
ment and the establishment of the new
order of equal humanity."
Up in the distant hills slept the Iron
Count, dreaming of tho day when he
should rule over tho new Graustark
for he would rule! a smllo on his griz
zled faco in reflection of recent wak
ing thoughts concerning the punish
ment that should fall swiftly upou the
assassins of tho beloved Prince Robin.
Ho would make short shrift of assassins!
daughter after the death of tho prln''
cess began her extended visits to the
home of lier girlhood. So long as the
princess was" alive sho remained away
from Edelweiss, reluctant to meet the
friend who had banished her husband
long before tho wedding day in Buda
pest Now 'sho came frequently and
stayed for weeks at a time, apparently
happy during theso escapes from life
in tho great capitals.
' Of late she came more-frequently to
Edelweiss than before. John Tullis
was always to remember tho moment
when ho looked upon this exquisite
creature for tho first time. That was
months ago. After that he never ceased
being a secret, silent worshiper at her
(To ho continued)
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IXOOMEDE THE BEAUTIFUL.
LIGHT, chilling drlzzlo had been
falling all evening, pattering
softly upon tho roof of leaves
that covered tho sidewalks
along Castle avenue.
Almost in tho center of the imposing
uno or palatial residences Btood tho
home of tho Duko of Perse, minister
of finance, flanked on cither eldo by
structures a3 grim and as gay as It
self, yet far less significant in their
generation. Here dwelt the most im
portant man In the principality, not
excepting the devoted .prime minister
himself. Not that Perse was. so well
beloved, but that he held tho destinies
of the land In M Idas-like fingers. More
than that, he was the father of tho far-
lameu uountess Marlanx. the most
glorious beauty at the Austrian and
Russian courts. Sho had gone forth
from Graustark as Its most notable
bride since the wedding day of the
Princess Yetive. late in tho nineties,
ingomi'de. the beautiful, had Journeyed
far to the hymeneal altar. The hus
band who claimed her was a bated,
wuuuiiuiiHi iuiiii in uiu own innu. xuere
were those who went so far as to say1
tnat tier father had delivered her Into
the hands of a latter day Bluebeard,
who whisked her off Into the; high
lands, many leagues from Vienna.
Sho was seen no moro in tho gay
courtj for a year. Then of a sudden
sho appeared beforo them all, as daz
zlfngly beautiful a3 ever, but with a
haunting, wistful look in her dark eyes
that could not bo mistaken. Tho old
count found an uneasy delight in ex
hibiting her to tho world onco moro,
plainly as a bit of property that all
men were expected to look upon with
envy in their hearts.
Then the Duke of Perso resumed his
residence in Edelweiss, opening the
old palace once moro.to the world. His
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