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CHAPTER VI. (Continued).
Tb Berract brought from Ration'
a'.her trunk 4 battered black
(fipannod tin bo, xvhlcb, upon en
Viloratlon, proved to contain little that
T-ilRht not bave been anticipated. A
b inkbook tosued br the bouse of Ito'h-
Mid Freres, Paris, allowed a bftl
?ioe to the credit of H. D. Rutton of
::ielhliiir ellghtly under a million
franca. There was Amnrlenn moupy,
' ! fly tn gold certlflcQtee of large
JiomlnatloiiB, to the ?alue of, round
i? 120,000, together with a handful of
r :o!.ch, German and Englluh bank
which might have brought lu
v-hinge about $250. In addition to
t-.e there was merely a elngle en
v!op, eupcrscrlhel: "To bo opened
ir. event of my death only. II. D. R."
A;nber broke the seal and read the
"T.-Iosures once to himself and a see-r-H
time aloud to Dogco'L The data
wa barclr a-year old.
"For reasons personal to mvself
nd Bumclent," Kutton had written, "I
choose not to make a formal will. I
hall die, probably In the near future,
?r my own band, of poison. I wUh
a emphasize this statement In erent
he circumstances surrounding ruy de
r.ilse should appear to attach susplc
f oa of murder upon any person or per
ons rbatever. I am a wldoVer and
childless. What relations may sur
viTe me are distant and will nerer
PPar to claim what estate I may
lare this I know. I thorcfore desire
that my body servant, Henry Doggott,
e.n English citizen, shall Inherit and
appropriate to his own use all my
properly and effects, providing be be
la rcy service at the time of my death.
To facilitate bis entering Into pos
session of ni7 means, whatever they
p7 be, without the neccmilty of Ig.al
itrocedure of any kind, I enclose a
cheque to his order upon my bankers,
:ned by myself and bearing the date
M this memorandum. Ho is to fill It
4a with the amount remaining to my
credit upon my bankbook. Should h
iave died or left m", however, the dis
position of my effects U a matter
sit'Out which I am wholly careless."
The slgnaturs w$s unmistakably
ssmiinc the formal "II. D. Tuition"
w!'.b which Amber was familiar. It
The Virginian put aside tho paper
nd offered Doggott tho blank cheque
o.t Rothschilds'. 'This," ho said,
"makes you pretty nearly Independent
ly rich. Dogaott."
"Yes, sir." Doggott took the slip of
p.rer In a band that tremblod even as
h: voice, and eyed It Incredulously.
!' never 'ad anything like this be
fore, sir; I 'ardly know what It
. "Jt mcani." oiplained Amber, "that,
-hen you've filled la that blank and
J-.gd the money collected from the
ffiA-thschllds. you'll be vorlh with
whet cash' Is here-!n"tiio neighbor
f:ood of forty five thousand puunds
. ioggott gasptJ, temporarily Inar
r.i ;ulate. "Forty-five thousands pounds!
. . Mr. Amber," ho declared earn
estly, "1 never looked for nothin' like
StMs. I I never I" Quito v.Uhout
-srning he was ijiiiat and composed
jijain. "Might I ask it of you as a
t xvor, sir, to lO'iU after this " he of
fered to return the choQue "for a
w.i!!e, till I can inyie up my mind
hat to do with It."
"Ccrtaiiily." Amber t Jik the paper,
Jj:ded 'lt and I Isced H in lils card
"I'd augsost that you depofcit
It it soon B possible In a New York
Irsi.k for collection, la (he meantime,
te bills ars yours; you'd better
4ka cro of thorn you;solf until you
open the banking" account."
"It'll keep as well In 'ere as any
wbTes," I)ot;?ott ronsidrii ed, relock
lf the box. "J 'aren't 'ardiy any ure
tor muney, exespt, of tourso, to tldo
nver till 1 inl suotlier roHlnu."
"What!" exi'laliiu'd Ait.bnr la
. rlr," a.Tnned Dcggott ropect
t'.'i "I'm a lit too'old to olijnge
' r w'ys; a ia!o. I'vo been ail my
t ' nl a vilot 1 11 dt. sir. It's too
to fiink of Biiyth'.rig
J.ut i;t!j this n.oni-y, iKi.'.xott " j
' iicj ja,don. ir. b-it I kn.i.v; t
- ) i.'d livo .RSy l:'!i a k ntiriuan If I
;.ed iut t w'liil.i.n b n irontleui'xn,
vfcel' tis) ui' vt tjrlT Hi) tha w'ye
W t tL tinrid'a zn.ilt tar '- iut
JLLi if Ij.
rs--p nrw -'-rxr-.
'(r ou Tslctlng until I'm too old; after
t-'-Jt li r.ioi:r.?'ll t- a com.'oit, X
dsrts'y. . , . Io't you tblak bj,
"I believe you're right. Doe jot t;
only your common sense surprises mo.
Rut ft makes It ensier In a way. . . ."
Amber fell thoughtful attain.
""Ow's that, sir If I m'y sVT"
"This way," said Amber: "Fiefore
he died, Mr. Rutton asked mo to do
hi in a aarvloe. I agreed. 11a sug
dosted that I tsVe you with we."
"I'm ready, sir," Interrupted Dng
(rott fraperly. "There's no peulleman
I'd like to valet for better than your
solf." "Rut there will be dangers. Dog
ajott I don't knesr precisely what.
That's tho rub; we'll have to travel
half way round the world and face un
known perils. If Mr. Ruttaa wrra
right about It, we'll ba lacky to get
way with our lives."
"I'll so, sir; It was ! wish. I'll
go with you to India, Mr. Amber."
"Very well. . . ." Amber spoke
abstractedly, reviewing his plans.
"But," he enquired suddenly, "I didn't
mention India. How did you know T"
"Why T suppose I must 'ave
(fcicssed It, sir. It seemed so likely,
knowins what I do about Mr. Rutton."
Amber sat silent, unable to bring
blmsolf to put a single question la re
gard to the dead man's -antecedents.
Rut after a pause the servant contin
"He a'.ways "ad a deal to do with
persons who came from India nig
gers I mean, natives. It didn't much
matter where we'd be London or
Paris or Rerlia or Homo they'd 'unt
'lui up; some Vd give money to and
they'd go aw'y; others 'e'd be locked
up with In 'is study for hours, talking,
talking. They'd 'ardly ever corn the
same one twice. 'E 'ated 'em all, Mr.
Rutton did. And yet, sir, I alwsyt
'ad a suspicion
Doggott hesitated, lowered his voice,
bis gare shifting uneasily to the still,
shrouded figure In the corner. ' .
"What?" demanded Amber tensely.
I alw'ys though per'aps 'e was
what we call In England a man of
color, 'imaelf, sir."
"I don't mean no 'arm, sir; It was
Just tholr 'oundlng him, like, and 'is
being a dark-complected man the
eyme as them, and speakln their lan
guage so ready, that made me think
It. At least e might 'ave 'ad a little
of their blood In "iui, air. Things 'd
seem unaccountable otherwise," con
cluded Doggott vaguely.
"It's Impossible!" cried Amber.
"Yes. sir; at least, I mean I 'ope so,
sir. Not that It'd myko any difference
to me, the w'ye I felt towards 'lm. 'E
was a gentleman, white or black. I'd
've died for 'lm any d'y."
"Do-gott!" The Virginian had risen
and was pacing excitedly to and fro.
"Doggott! den't ever re;eat one word
of this to man or women while
you're faithful to the memory of Mr.
The servant stared, visibly lm
prcHsed. "Very good, Mr. Amber. I'll
remember, sir. I don't ordinarily gos
sip, sir; but you and blm being so
thick, and everything 'nppeulng to
night so 'orr'ble, I forgot myself. I
'opo you'll excuse me, sir."
"God In heaven!" cried the young
man hoarsely. "It can't be true!" He
flung himself Into bis chair, burying
his face In his bands. "It can't!"
Yet Irresistibly the conviction was
being forced upon him that Doggott
had surmised aright. Circumstances
barlipd up circumstance within bis
knowledge of or his experience with
tho man, all seeming to prove Incon
fcstably the truth of what at the first
bltinh bad seemed so incredible What
did he. Amber, know of Rmton's par
entage or history that would refute
tho culm belief of the body-servant
of the dead man?
An ! then Amber's Intelligence was
smitten by a thought ai by a ck.b;
and be began to tremble violently, un
controllably, being weakened by fa
tigue and the strain cf that endless,
terrible night. A strangled cry es
caped blm without bis knowledge
"Sophia!" Bophla Fan ell, the woman he had
promised to wed, nay even tha woman
he loved wlili all his being a half
brI, a mvlHlto! Ills miIui sickened
with the honor of that thought.
His very soul seemed to shudder
and his reason cried out that the
tiling- couid never be. . . . Yet In
bis heart of hearts srill he loved her.
still do-sired her with all his strength
and will; In bis heart there was no
waveilnff. Whatever Rutton had been,
whatever bis daughter might be, he
lovod her. And more, tho honor of
the Ambers was In pledge, holding
Mm steadfast to h's ii:rpu to seek
her out lu India or wherever ana
uslgltf be and to bear her away from
tho unr.anied U;mgor that threatened
hor -ven t marry her, if sho would
bave him. He had promised; his word
bad passed; there could now ba no
withdrawal. . . .
An hour clapped. Its r:Min rau
cously eiuphiisired by the tli, i lock.
Amber remained at tha table, his bend
upon It, bts fncu hidden by his aims.
so still thnt Logott mould huvo
thought fcim sleelin bjt for his un
It wxd Its y gima- una wdj4
'Jiiil a bKvccstrd and careworn foe,
ti t wi.Tj lb s?r,s l!a'nt of a man coui-
fDf- ' in his eyes.
"I rnt,' be aiVd la en evci.
toneless yo'xt, "havo you aver men
tioned to . anybody your ausploloa
bout Mr. Kuttou'a ra-eT
"Cs!y to you, sir."
"That's good. And Jirs wan'tr
"Have you," continued Ambsr, look
lug away and speaking slowly, "evr
heard Mm mention h's marrliiKeT"
"Never, sir. 'E says In that paper
' was a wld-wer; I fancy the lady
Bisst have filed before I entered is
urrlce. 'E was always a lonely man,
s!l the 15 ye.r Pre been with 'lm,
Veepln' very much to Mmself, sir."
Doggott disappeared to prepare a
meal, but within five minutes a gun
nhot sounded startlingly near at band.
The Virginian's appearanco at the
door was coincident with a clear ball
of "Aho-oy, Amber!" unmistakably
Qualn'8 voice, raised at a distance of
not over 100 yards.
Amber's answering cry quavered
with J"y. And with a bear like rush
Quain topped the' nearest dune,
dropped down luto the hollow, and
was upon him.
"By tho Lord Harry!" he cried, aV
raoBt embracing Amber In his exclte
meut and relief; "I'd almost given
you up for good and all!"
"And I you," sld Amber, wstchlng
curiously and somewhat distrustfully
a second man follow Quain Into the
vale. "Who'a that?" he demanded.
"Only Antone. Wt've hlai to thank.
He remembered this old camp here
I'd completely forgotten It and was
sura you'd taken refuge In It Come
lnslda." He dragged Amber In, the
Portuguese following. "Let's bave a
look at you by the light Lord I you
seem to be pretty comfortable and
I've been worrying myself sick for
fear you " He swept the room with
an approving glance which passed
over Doggott and became transfixed
as It rested upon the hammockbed
with Its burden; and bis Jaw fell.
"What's this? What's this?" He
swung upon Amber, appraising with
relentless eyes the havoc his night's
erperienco had wrought upon the
man. "You look like hell!" he ex
ploded. "What's up here? Eh?"
Amber turned to Doggott "Taka
Antone out there with you and keep
him until I call, please. This la Mr.
Quain; I want to talk with him un-
Tha Signature Was
disturbed. . . . Hut you can bring
us coffee when It's ready."
Quain motioned to Antone; the
Portuguese disappeared Into the back
room with Doggott, who closed the
"You first," said Amber. "If you've
fretted about me, I've been crazy
abont you what time I've had to
Quain deferred to his Insistence.
"It was simple enough and damned
hrd," he explained. "I caught tho
F.cho by tho skin of my teeth, the
sklinmy almost sinking under me. Sho
was hard and fast aground, but I man
aged to get the motor going "J back
ed her off. As soon as that was all
right we gyt a wave aboard that
pousel the motor like a fool I'd left
the batch offand short circuited the
coll. After that thoto was hell to
pay. I worked for half au hour reef
ing, and meanwhile we went agiound
again. Tho oar broke and I had to
go overboard and get wet to my waist
before 1 got her off. By that time it
was blowing grer.t guns and dead
from the beach. I had to stand off
nnd make for the mainland nothing
else to do. We bf-acbej about a mile
ixiow the lighthouse and I had the
fotir-mlla tramp home. Then after I'd
(hawed out and had a drink end a
change of clothes, had to v.alt two
hours for the sea to go dowu enough
to make a crossing In tb launch
practicable. That's all for m'no. Now
you? What's that there?"
"A sukide; a friend of mine the
man Rutton whom we wer.i di.tcuss
ing the night I came don. And that's
not half. There's a man oi.t ther
soma here, shot to d-nth by Rut lot;
a Bongall balm. . . . Quain. l'vs
lived lu litigatory ever situ e we part
ed ni.d now ... I'm about A mo."
lit wss; the comln.t of Quain wiUi
ttu cass of mini H VrO'igQt h.4
nil C Hp- v
which bsd uftue4 Ambr. Us was
now on th vf co'.lsps an!
show4 it pl,Iniy. But two, circum
stances aided him fa recover Ms grip
upon himself: Qtia!n' coinBsslcnata
consideration. In forbearing to press
his story from blm, and Inggott'a op
portune ppearanca with a pot of
coffee, steaming and black. Two cups
cr this restored Amber to a condition
somewhat approaching tha normal.
H lit a etgm ette and began to talk.
For all Ms affection for rd con-
f.d-pco In h)a friend, there wera
things he might not tall Quain; where
fore he couched bis narrative In th
fewest possible words and was miser
ly of detail. Of the comlnj of the bs
bu and his going Amber was fairly
fre to sieak: he suppressed little if
any of that episode. Moreover, b
bad forgotten to remove the Token
from his finger, and Quain Instantly
remarked It and demanded an expla
nation. Hut. of the nature of the er
rand on which he was to go, Amber
said nothing; It was, he averred, Rut
ton's private business. Nor did he
touch upon the question of RutUm's
nationality. Bophla Farrell he never
Nevertheless, he r.!d enough to
render Quain thoughtful. . . .
"You've set on this thing, I suppose?''
he asked some time after Amber bad
"Set upon It, dear mm? I've no
choice. I must go I pmmlsed."
Quain went to the hummock bed,
turned back the sheet, and for several
minutes lingered there, scrutinizing
tho stony, upturned face.
"9o!" he said, coming back. "Here's
news that'll help you some. Yoti
were blind not to sea It yourself.
That man's was, I should say a
Rajput." He waited for the comment
which did not come. "You knew
"I . . . suspected, tonight."
"It's as plain as print; the mark of
his caste Is all over bim. But per
haps he was able to disguise It a little
with his manner alive; undoubtedly,
I'd say. Ho was a genius of his kind
a prodigy; a mental giant Thnt
translation of the 'Tantras' ! Won
derful! . . . Well, he's gone hlo
own way: God be with him. j
When do you want to start?"
"As soon as posslble sooner. I've
not a day to lose not an hour."
"Urgent as that, eh?" Quain
peered keenly into his face. "I wish
I knew what you know. I wish to
heaven I might go with you. But I'm
married now and respectable. Tho
morning train leaves Nokomis at 7:30.
You can make that, if you must. But
you reed sleep rest."
"I'll get that on the train."
" 'Knew you'd say that. Very well.
This is Tuesday. The Mauretanla
or the Lualtnnia, I don't know which
sails tomorrow. You cun catch
that, too. It's tho quickest route,
"But I've decided to go wast."
"That mcaus a week more, and ycu
suid you were In a hurry."
"I am; but by going westwards It's
barely possible I may be abl to trans
act or wind up tho business on the
As a matter of fact. Amhsr was hop
ing the Rolands, with Sophia Farrell,
might linger somewhere en route, le
mcmbcring that the glri had discussed
a tentative project to atop over be
tween steamers at Yokohama.
"Very well," Qunlu gave ia; "you're
the doctor. Now na for things here,
nuike your mind easy. ni take
rharge and keep the affair quiet.
There's no reubon I can see for Its
ever getting out. I can answer for
myseit and Antone; and the two of
us cn wind things up. Gt ready
now to i rot along, atla v taka care
"Tlit'ic's no way of tiisrh'ng you."
"That's a comfort. Call Doggott VV
and tell Mm to get ready. Vr
haven't much tlrne v lose."
V.'hIU they waited for the servant
to pack his hsmlbng !t belcg chvl
ous that to talto tho tnmks with
them was not feasible; whlio Quain
wjs to csro for Amber's things vt
Tacglewood until bts return t-.m in.
tf' QuiUa wsa Vs-;4 fi
a'?.h-h t f f'f.ii Sa 6 !-! sea
"R's this," ha explained: TTe-sl
o yoU know shout Calcutta?"
"Little or no'.hlns. I've b" tfcav
that's abot;t all."
"Freciicly. Now I know the frx
and I know you'll never find this gold
smith In tha Machua bsiar without
a guide. The ordinary, common or
garden gulfla Is out ef the question, ol
course. But I happen to know aa
Englishman there who knows more
about tha dsrk side of India thnn any
other ten men In the world. Jleil be
Invtluabie io you, and ymi can trust
blm as you would DoRKott. Go to blm
In my name you'll iiead so other in
troductionand tsll him what you've
"That't Impossible. Rutton ex
pressly prohibited my mentioning h!a
name to any one In India."
"Oh, very well. You hRven't bate
you? And you won't bave to. Ill
"Hsng Your Promise."
taka ear y of that, when I write ant
tell ' Lab. Houche you're comlDg."
'Xabertouche. Why? You don't
"No; but Rutton did. Rutton got
that poison from him."
Quain whistled, his eyes round.
Did, eh? So much the better; he'll
probably know all about Rutton andil
taka a keener Interest."
"But you forget "
"Hang your promise. I'm not bound
by It and this Is business blacker
business than you seem to realize,
Davy. You're bent on lumping blind
fold and with your hands tleta Into tba
seething pool of Infamy and Intrlgua
that Is India. And I won't aland for
it. Don't think for an Instant that I'm
going to let you go without doing
everything I can to make things as
pleasant as possible for you. . . .
No; Labertouche Is your man."
And to this Quain held inflexibly
so that. In the end. Amber, unable to
move him, was obliged to leave the
matter In his hands.
A sullen and portentous dawn hung
tn the sky when the little party left
Between two sand hills the Bengali
tay supine, a huddled heap of garish
color scarlet, yellow, tan sgalast
the cold bluish-gray of snow.
At a word, from Quain the Portu
guese paused and began to dig.
Quain, Amber and Doggott went on a
little distance, then, by mutual con
sent halted within sight of Antone.
"I wouldn't leave him If I wera
you," Amber told Quain, nodding back:
at the Portuguese. "It mightn't ba
safe, with that other devil skulking
round heaven knows where."
"RlghtO!" agreed Quain. His
hand Bought Amber's. "Goodby, nnd
God be with you," he said huskily.
Amber tightened his clasp upon the
man's fingers. "I can't Improve on
that, Tony," said he with a feeble
"Goodby, and God be with you." He
dropped his hand and turned away.
"Come along, Doggott."
Tho servant led the way baywards.
Behind them the angry morning blar
ed brighter !n the sky.
In tho sedge of the shore they
found a rowboat and, launching It,
emburked for the power boat, which
swung at her mooring In deeper wa
tnr. When they were aboard the lat
ter, Doggott took charge of the motor,
leaving to Amber the wheel, and with
little delay they were In motion.
As their distanca from the shore In
creased Amber glanced back. The
island rested low against the flaming
sky, a shape of empurpled shadows,
scarcely moro substantial to ths vis
ion than the rack of cloud above. In
the dark sedges the pools, here and
there, caught the light from above
and shone blood red. And suddenly
the attention of the Virginian was ar
rested by. tho discovery of n human
figure a man standing upon a duno
top some distance Inland, and staring
pteadf.istly after tho boat. He seemed
of extraordinary height and very thin;
upon his head there was a turban; his
arms were folded. While Amber
watched he held his pose, a living
menace like soino fantastlo statue
bulking black against the grim rd
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"Here. Willie, you come riht away
from thnt bad boy!"
"He ain't a bad boy, mamma. Me'
a nice boy. Ho pave me half Ma
orange ou' a big bite of his candy."
"Mercy, the child Is a Socialist I
Como away from blm this lusiant!"
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Early Standards of Mendac'ty.
"I think that blory Adam told ma
Is a lie out of the Vnolc leaf," she an
nounced. H f fr- 0 r"
Will purify your blood, clear
your complexion, restore your
appetite, relieve 3 our tired feel-
inp, build you up. It leads all
other medicines in merit.
Get it today in usu.il liquid form o
chocolated tablet called Saraatab.
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lagrn, 125 W. tott $1, Uan ary.
Prompt Relief Permanent Curs
CARTER'S LITTLE "
LIVER PILLS never s 1 1
fail. Purely veccta- f .-,
Pte act surely
but Rently on
A 9' TtTTI C
Stop after f '
dinner dis- t i
improve the complexion, brighten thei-e.
SMALL P1LU SMALL DOSt, SMALL I RICE.
Genuine must bear Signature
The Inn j tlt sure, ol'r ouudujtf,
We.co guaranteed Phones
tor niraJ llnia. Writs lor fr.i
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w..ro Supply C o n.i.t I Si LmIi.Mii.
&LL WOOL DRESS GOODS
Direct from the mill
SAVE ONE-THIRD IN COST
unit innUf your w-lsetl.in at h.im- trum Ix-anll
fill linn .( mnplH n iil. li wr will nil yiiu fi"
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106 MILL STREfcT. TILTON, U.K.
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