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THE EVENING HERALD, ALBTJQTJEUaiTE, N. 11., FMDAY. JULY 31. 1911.
THEEE if ANNE I Jl V JCflS ! Mascot IBy H. M. EGBERT mmhrtfm h a IRWIN MYTR3 tkaprniM Ulkt bt W. O, thanmsn) (Continued from Yeatcrtlaj.) It wa 1 ' had aurmlaod. Tb comto and th chevalier were waiting for mo In tho reception room, both faultlessly attired In morning clothe. Tbejr rose, each with a low bow. upon my entranc. Roth looked extremely grave, and neither evinced tho slight eat alga of having prevloiialjr Been mo. 1 motioned oarh to a chair, but they remained standing. Now, though 1 had determined to greet them with the bareat court eay, thla turning of th table upon myaelf affected mo almost to tear of rage. It I a woman' privilege to control tho temperature of acqualntanceahlp: and thla Immaculate young man. play ing whatever part bo might be, wheth er of aviator, diplomat or anything else, seemed always to bav tho advan tage over mo In tho maneuvering. "What can I do for you, gentlemen?" T aaked la tar moat disdainful voice. They did Dot know bow wildly my heart beat. "First. mademoiselle, lot mo say, In rate yon auapect u of espionage, that wo obtained your addroaa through your friend, Mrs. Christie," aald the chevalier. I nodded coldly. "I am not In th habit of acmsliig persons of espion age," I answered. "Then tho old aaylng Is falae." ho answered. "Evidently, In thla case, Ilk does not turn to Ilka." "What do you mean, sir?" 1 demand d ludlgnantly. "I mean," said the chevalier, dogged ly, "bow much do yon want for those papers?" I looked from one to tb other. In quiringly. Tho old comto now cam forward and motioned to bis grandson to withdraw. "You are too Impetuous a diplomat, my dear Charles," b ea'd, suavely. "Now. Miss Ivea," be tontlnued. "lot us com to th point as persons of af fairs. How much money do you de mand to re at ore to us those papers which you pilfered from my grandson coat pocket while ho was entertaining you as hla guest within tho abbey?" I gssped for words. "How dare you Inault me!" I stam mered and th observation . seems trlto enough now, when I recall It Perhaps It was my Intonation, my ex pression of outraged Innocence, that disillusioned him. At any ra-: he seamed perceptibly embarrassed, and as be hesitated, I recovered my com posure. "Will you bare th goodness to ei plain yourselves In full, gentlemen?" I aald. with withering scorn. "With pleasure, mademoiselle," an swered tho comte. "The facts are simple. As you should know, my grandson her accompauled me to England, recently, ostensibly as a member of th French military mis sion In tho coronation: actually to no got 1st an Important treaty between England and France, In which three foreign powers are vltatly Interested. "We wero warned that emissaries of these power were prepared to go to all lengths to obtain a draft of th treaty. To render It absolutely se cure, my grandson kept only a few rough Jotting of tbo French govern ment's proposals upon piece of pa per In bla coat pocket Ha thought that non would have auspected b would carry It tbera. This paper was stolen from hla pocket at tho doors of Westminster abbey." "And so." I said, bitterly, "you sus pect die of being tho thief?" He wa silent from courtesy, but I could sea that I had not shaken bis conviction. "What ela should It be. mademoi selle?" he asked, quietly. "Remember, when we extended our Impulsive hos pitality to you wo did not even know your name." Her wa my chanc. How I bad longed for It! And every word should now go homo at last "If I am a spy and thief and traitor." I answered, "tben I dishonor a noble family as wall as myself. Shall I 111 you from whom I am descended?" He bowed with deference. "If made nolsoll please." h answered. "I am of French extraction." I re sponded. "My father's nam was Jules d'Yves" I aaw hla start "and bis father was. and U. Comt d Yves ot Cllchy." Thur was a dead sllsoc In tb room. Then, as th baa floated from before my eye. I aaw both men grip ping their chairs, regarding m wltb amassment, blended. I think, Wltb fear. "Yes," 1 wsnt on bitterly, not car tog what I aald. "my father waa driv en from bis boms, disowned, and toft to starv in a foreign land by tho wbo should bav been proud to ao kaowludc him. 1 am bla daughter, and i am proud to be. And I am neither thief nor apy. Good mornlpg. gentlemen." Just as I bad reached tb door lbs oonit found vole. ' "Com back!" bo pleaded. In sucb a altered, abject ton that my anger Hied away and pity succeeded It A udden vision cam to m of th kn J old man, perhaps. torn, wltb secret remorse 'to 'Ma'aftalherly crim,'pee. bap longing; for thos approaches which Dij father had been too proud to inako to him. "You ar Anno d'Yvesf" nattered tb old man. approaching mo with out atretcbed orma. Buddeuly ho took my far between hla hand aod gated In- to mi eye with ouch benlgrance that 1 (alt my own grow wot "Cbarl, "And to," I Said Bitterly, "You Sua pet M f Being tho Thief?" com hero." he aald. "She baa tb eyes of my son Jules. It Is true. 8 why, do not weep, child!" His arms were round mo now, snd I Just at tb momeut of my completes! i triumph I waa crying. And It was up- on hla shoulder, too. He sustained me Ilk a lover. O. my dear grandfather,' I recall now wltb, what a practiced band you wiped away my tears. How ! many women's tear bad you wiped away w-ben you wero youngyoung, ' Ilk tb chevalier? What 1 have alwaya wondered at la , that neither of tb two for tb leaat. moment dlsturstcd me. "My dear grandchild." aa'.d th old comte, when I grew calm, "the mem-! ory of my treatment or your father ! embittered my whole life. Often l sougbl to Hud bim, but bs waa too proud to be reconciled. Now It la too lata. Hut I shall lavb on you the tendcrneaa thst I have lavished on blm 1 so often In Imagination." Tben, at bla request, I told blm th , entire story of my visit to Europe, not : omitting mention of lopold Magniff aod Zeuxls. 1 euded with a brief so-' count of my Interview with tho old banker. "Describe this Greek, this Zeuxls." b wald, when I added that I thought ' I bad seen bis face In tb crowd at the ' coronation. "11ns bo a scar running diagonally acroaa hla cheek, from mouth to eyebrow?" II baa!" 1 cried. "You know tb man?" . "1 do," answered my grandfather, and th chevalier nodded hi assent. I "Yon have described a well-known spy In tbo service of tb Italian govern, i ment Keyond all doubt Charles, It wss bo who stole the papers from your coat pocket. H is a slelght-of hand expert, and waa once a pickpocket. I believe, though now be Die at higher game." A sudden revelation cam to me. "Tben thla muat be tb coup of which Leopold Magniff boasted to me," ! cried. "I'udoubtedly llw schema bad been already batched on tb boat when he let It out to mo In a drunken mo ment." They both assented. "You are right, my dear child." said th comt. "But now. the point ki, bow can wo recover tho draft of the treaty? It may have been already sold to the triple alliance; on the other hand, It Is In so fragmentary a condi tion and reveals so little that the con spirators may be holding it back wltb a view to obtaining a higher price from Franc." "If they have already obtained pos session of my bonds," I hazarded, "they may bold them as tb pric of Immunity." "They cannot dlapoae of them." said my grandfather "At least, they can but conceal them and prevent you from obtaining them." Then I told them of my agreement wltb th banker, omitting nothing, not van tb motive that had luaplred me. "And so you wtahed to help blm In hla designs against Cllcby, little Ann," said th old comt mournfully, when I bad concluVd. "Oorf-.elp us all; tb old est at must pass to this arch-conspirator. It la now nearly a year ainc h unveiled his motive to me. I, h aays, snubbed blm In bis younger days, when he purchased tho en tale next mine. Well, perhapa so, and thus 1 am rightly punished. Times change greatly, and th old order passes. Hut It will b bard oa your mother, Charles." "He told me that he will have your property wlibln two weeks," I aald. "Unless twelv thousand frauca ot Interest appear mysteriously out or a clea. sky, I think he will," tb comt answered. "And doubtless you Under stand now why be was so anxious to purchase your bonds, and wby he baa apparently succeeded." "Yes." I replied. "He reared that I abould place you In possession or them and no en bis you to pay off tb mort gage on Cllcby." The comt shook bla bead mourn fully. "But that Is tb reason that bis son Leopold gav m when we talked on tb host." I exclaimed. "Is It possible that either of' that shrewd pair believed you to be so al truistic aa to bo willing to present them gratis to an old man, to sav bkj lands, Anns? No, my dear. It is b caus. so long aa those bonds wer In your possession, you could bav ren dered bla bankrupt." "But.be has millions!'' I crlsd In credulously. "And your bonds are worth, potent. Islly, billions." answered my grandfa ther. "Lot ma explain tho matter to you, Anue ml 7 wMi I'Mh (Continued Tomorrow Afteruooa.) A POM Jo Baseball. Standing of the Clubi (Th averages do not Include to day raaulta) National t-regiic. W.in. Lost IM. New York ft 2 31 ..OOf. Chicago 4o ..".('. Ft. i r.i 41 . r. t lloslnn 41 4 r, ,4 V! In.lnnall 41 4 471 Philadelphia 4'i 4 .44 I'lltsbuigh ril IS .44 Hn.i.khn SO 49 .4. '4 AiiM-rl' n league. Won. Lout. Pet Philadelphia ! 11 .1T II.. n M 41 MI4 .Washington T.U 42 r.41 Ielmit 4 4 .51. 'rhicngn '. --4. 47 .Ml" St. Louis 4.-. 47 .4 New York 4 1 441 ! Cleveland 30 ." .al rhicngn , Ha in more lisU-rnl llrixiklv n Inillanaimlla HtifTulo . . . Kmi mm City I'ltUliurgh IX PI. I.tniln 3H YESTERDAY'S RESULTS .'.mi-Hi'iiii Ijngiic. Alhlellre. 4; ,St. I.oi:Ik, I. lli.Klon, 4. i lilmKo. o. liplroit. X. V'iiMluiit..n, 2. New York. .1; Clevelmiil, 2. Firet gnme. s' Turk. ; Clevelnml, 8. rVi fii'l game. NiiiIihihI Ij-ngue. Clnrlnnntl. 2: New York. 0 I'hllailell.lllll, 4, IhlrliK.t. gnin. Chirnsn, f,; l'hllnilelihla. nil K ime lliiHinn. 2: HI. I.iiiiIh, 1. iMlteLiirrh. 7; Hn.oklvn. : I'll Hi Fetlrwl league. It. Louis, ; Briioklyn. 2. Flrat game. Ilrmiklyn, 4; Kt. Ixiula. 2. See (nil gume. I'lltpliurtrh. 2: Knneim city, 0 HnfT,i. J; fhlrngn. 1. First gnme. Chlt'lisn. ill; lliirrnlii, Ken. ml gnme. Zenoplmii Allium H.illlnn In. I Is royal Inspertor nf i In.. . of liiily. For This Week One lot of Shirts, 2 -piece Under wear, Union Suits and Night Shirts, which sold from $1.00 to $1.75, at the sacrifice price of i 1 c Look in our win dows for these 90c Specials Mandell The Live Clothk M-ngue. Won. l.ot l'-t . ..r.4 s r.Hi . ,.4 4 .r.4:. . ,.4 la . f. 4 1 ...47 41 .514 ...41 45 .4 t! ...41 1.1 .4 '.7 4 417 t,4 .( cr:,:;:;,'.,1:";:, M. 1 " GAMES TOMORROW National l.rg"iie, Pittsburgh at Brooklyn. Cincinnati at New York, Chl ago at Philadelphia. Hi Louis nl Hnaton. federal lrgw. Kansas City at Hull .mora. ft. I .m la at HufT.ilu rhkitgo at rittaiurh. Iiiillannpolla at Knxiklyn. TODAY'S GAMES IHIIMY, J MY 31 NATIONAL LEAGUE Ittxlis 4); ;Imiim, t. It. II. K C'liK'Inuntt ,...0011 li 10 210 13 I New York ...210 ii UOO 1 12 i: Hiitii-i leu: Benton mill Clark; Mar liiiitil, Froinnie and Meyera. I'lralea, ; IkmIk.th, . K. II. F. I'ltlaliurgh ...ODD lul IUU-J 6 S Itrmiklyr 1UU 033 llx s It 1 Mutterlva: lliiniinii. Mumiiux and OIUkiiii, Coleman; Itnagii and Me Curly. N. l-oulu, O; Boston, t. Jt. II. F si. I.nuin oon oiiii ooo -ii s H , Hoalun 0IU loo OUx t S Hilterien: l'rrdu ami Xnyiler; Ru- ..--.,.. ..ill. .niwuy. ( ulm, I; I'hlllli-s, M, ft. II. E Chlrugn 100 000 000 1 2 I'hllll.lell,!,!, ..U21 II.'.' OUx 1 Hiiileries: Cheney. Hmlth, Kuwk niiii lireauiihan, Arch -r; TTlneup atnl I o ul lis. I AMERICAN LEAGUE Itoftinn, 6; CliKwgo, I. It. II. E. Ili.su.n 004 il Chicago uuo ooo 000 t 1001 4 4 llnliertei: Leonarj anil FaOer, Lathrop, Scott and Carrlgan; Kubn. Washington, t: letruit, I. R. II. R. Washington ...00 020 loo 1 10 n llelrolt ooo ooo loo 1 3 Hiiileries: Ayrrs and Williams; Itiiusa, Covet und Ktannge. Yankeni, 0; Napa. t. It. II. K New York ....Sou (100 2ol 12 0 Cleveland ....020 000 000 2 X 3 i llaiierles: Cnlilwetl nnd Nunsnmk . er. Couinbe and Kuan. j AMERICANASSOCIATION j Indianapolis, a; Kt. I'aiil. S. It. 11. R- Indiiinnpolla ..010 021 Oil ( 3 'HI. I'huI 01)0 002 210 5 X 3 Lulieriea: Hrhiirdt, Uirny and I.lv InsHtone; Walker nnd James. j lxuivllle, f. linneHiliH. a. II. II- R Louisville ....001 000 0102 2 I Minneapolis ,.000 30 OOx 5 R 1 j llntteries: Tonev and Severoid; I llogne and Pmlth FEDERAL LEAGUE . Kt. 1mK t llunalw, 5. It. II. E. HI. Louis ... 0110 001 1002 1 iiurfiiUi tiui 020 o:x & a Hiiileries: Keupier, Herbert ami Hliiion; Mehulx, Moore and Blair. lmlianaMls 4; llrwiklyii, n. It. II. E indlanaHila ..000 001 201 4 14 0 lirooklyn . .4....ooo ooo ooo o 2 0 naileries: Kalkenburg and War ren; Lurute. Ilouik and Owens. ttihwtm, I; PlUNburgi,. j, R. II. Chiraso ....010 uuO 000 0 1 7 Pittsburgh ..Uno Olio mo 1 2 V.; iiutteru: Watson and Wilsun. Iiarger and Perry. Iclulr. dr mi (imiid Rapid. urana Rapids, Mich.. July 31. ' hurlea Kvans, Jr., of Kdgewater and Phil Hlanton of C.rand Rupida led ...vir opponenis uy small rnarglii wnen the forenoo.i half of the 3- noie einl-nna mutches for the western amateur olf championship er roinpienxl toilay. Kvana led I). K. Hawyer of When ion one up. it waa a battle royal an Ills way. Kvans' medul car.t was 71, par for the course, and Kawyer's " Manlon finished the fore noon round two up on James U, "lunciixn. jr., pf lM-iroll. Hlanton led from the second hole. His meJal card waa It; Miundiaha waa 77. mfrmln-s In Race; Today. wieii l ove, N. Y. July 31. A mart eight-snot northeasterly breese waa skipping across Long lal- u sound i. may when the two American cup yai hta. Resolute and anitie, led the wuv In the Orst day's run of the New York Yacht cluh'a cruise. lows: 11:17. The yacht started as fol Resolute. ll:f,i:ii; Vanllls The Vsnitle wa l.sdly handicapped at the stsrt by ln aoiall racing arnooners and was sbliged to tack and go back of the tin The Mist leg or the. race waa a beat of 2H in I lea dowsi the aouud lo- Pnn!d light. J4 (OonUiiaeol fMm Pog-e Otae.) I to see the lutest dispstrhes which In many rnnes were rend aloud t the pulilic around ahnut. Oront processions paraded the n reels, the ileiiiontirsiors nirrvins I. aimers and purirulta of the emperor Lund rheera were shouted for (he emperor and the army. Hulking ai-enea were vitnessed a the moliilliBilon orTlces, nhhher peo ple of all rl.iseg flm ked to register their name. The mull train for flermany will n"t leave hi. pe ti-rnhurg tnnlsht and the I ne of houls running to Hioikholin, Hweden, hits lieen stopped. An imperial pr liimatlon mlling nil the army reservlsla In HI. Peters burg tn the mints was I'lncnrded to day. The emperor today guve an audi ence lo the i let inn -i aniliiissndur enii Kiihne.iienlly preHldrd over a full council of mlnimer nlteniled by the chief of the nrmy general stalT. 1M HM lH'LltKM I1.ATLY MOIULI. TI MI ST l'IUM FJh: 1'nris, July tl. The Temps toiln) relulea detuila of the conv ersal Ion be tween Count Vl,n I'ourtales, the Uer innn ambniwtidor, nnd Kcraiu Hnxon off. the Itiiminn foreign mtiiiKter, In HI. I'elers.iUl K. Count von rourtnlea flrM asked whether. In case Russia were uasiir id Austria would not rem in any terri tory coiiiUere"l In Hervlu, ltusia voiild atop her mobilisation. To thi M. HaionofT replied "No." and auld that ItUMsia could not permit the ex ecution" of Hervln which had been Announced by Austria. Count von l'ourtnles then Hskeil that HuxonofC under what conditions Itusnlii would demobilise. M. HaaonolT answered that any nuestinn of thla sort muat first be raised at Vienna, which had commit led acta of war and declarations which alone had determined Itussia to mol.i lltxe. The conversation did not rnntinu further. ritwt k iiti:iitii mit Vl( 4 THE KEAK Purls. July 31. La Provence of the French Trims-Atlantic line was toda) requisitioned by the French minister f marine for the service of the re public. Hhe la to be armed at once lid therefore has been withdrawn I rum the trans-Atlantic service. The La Franre. which Is not an auxiliary cruiser, will anil Tuesday. Paris. July 31. Myron T. Herrlck nnd Mr, llurrlck were to sail f"t America on the Franc HiuurdiO week, but as her sailing date has been advanced they cannot go by that vea. re',. Mr. lien Ick will not present M letters ' recall on August 3 as lire vlnusly arranged, owing to the enor mous amount of work falling on Ih cm. tansy. POPl'l.Alt FXTIH'M tSM AT IIKill PITCH IN" VIKNNA Vienna, July 31. Popular enthu lasm In connection with the war against Hi-rvla shows no slims oi butement. An nppeal for Red Cr.is nurses today met with an immcmuu respon'e from l.ono women and girli- belonging lo all cluses. ArchdU' hi Marie Theresa applied to Kmperoi Francis Joseph for permission to be enrolled as a Red Cross nurse. The police authorities have forbid den the publication or extra edition of the newspapers and even the regit lar editions have not been permit; d to refer to the occupation nf tel grade, which la atill not generill known. The Austrian plan of i-ampaign, li Is understood here. Is to attack HervlH rhledy by way of llosnia, while the armies on the Danube In the norm n'ii'1.1; occupy positions and remain temporarily Inactive. ctivf. pni:pAiATios nm WAR IX Flt K.WT Peking. July 31. The llrllish neet today deserted Wei llel Wei and sail ed at midday with aealed orders, thus fulfilling Its long stnndlng orders. The Itritlxh considered the place not worth defending. Hong Kong Is to he msde the llrll ish naval base In Chinese woters and In case of war the Uerman pos session of Tslng-Tau Is to be block aded. Wei llel Wei had no fortification' while Tslng-Tau la fortified on both the Is nil and sea aldea. The Hermans believe the fortification will ff..rd them ample protection. Hong Kong. China. July 31. Most Eiounse Wired? It will tave you money in the end. Two cents worth of Electricity will do an average washing. Less than five cents worth will enable you to do two days sewing in one day;. A Vacuum Cleaner snd len cents for current will save a days hard work with the broom. An Electric Fan can be operated all day for lest than five cents. Will pay you to wire for Electricity in actual money saving as well as household convenience. We are always glad to furnish free esti mates for house wiring, and theree will be no cost or obligation on your part for the information. AlliitnttAstfinr. 502 West Central active preparations ar going en here In view of event ua lit lea. The Canadian Pacific steamer F.m t ress of Asia has been churn red by th government sr1 guns sre belns mourned on board. At the dockyards work la proi ceiling night snd dav and doubly guards have been placed on duty. All the troops have been inrtned to bamiiks and leave has been stopped. The ftrltlsh battleship Triumph to day took on her war stores and la pre pared for action. All the biinmlnrlea nf the colorA re guarded by out posts, HF11VIN4 nKIHRTF.n At llnllHMI TIUI It OWN Tendon, July 31. An Exchange Telegram company dispatch from Nlah, Hervlfl via Halnnlkl, says that up tilt last night the Austrian In vaders at Hrmendria had not sue- ceded In forcing the pass held by he Hervlan troops. possession of which would give them access tn the Moravn river valley and thus open up a direct road to Nish. Another dispatch from Nish to the Mxcbange Telegraph company says i li-spi'i ate fighting continues along I he river iTIna. Iloih Ausiriana and Hervlan have asutamed heavy losses. 1 he Austrian divisions, after tlHhting ftenely all day failed to force the defile leading In I'lcvllo and Prla polls. AlsTRlAV NTK1MHI is PITWMII MY IKI.LM Muyden, Holland, July 31 The ci.m.imndanl of the fortress here de- ined the A u-.tr Ian government sieamer Ared. when she arrived here toilay from K I utile bv wuv of Algiers. Hhe hud on board 31 cadets from the Austrian tiavlgui ion school undergo ing training for the navy. The com mandant nxked the government for instructions and In the meantime placed a military guard on board the Vessel. Royal Vai-ht .UnMmt Captured. Allien. Greece, July 31 The Montenegrin royal yacht leglara was almost captured today by the Aun t r In n fleet blockading Antavarl. The yacht win approaching port but when he sighted the bliK-knding fleet turned and fled. Hhe waa pursued by Austrian destroyers but arrived safe ly at Corfu. 4'rwn lrUice Will lead Army. Rerlln, July 21. Crown Prince Frederick Wllllitm of (irrnmny was today appointed to the command of the first division of the Imperial guards nrmy corps. All llpal. he Held t p. Ilerlln, July 31 All dispatches re- turned by the nuthnrlliea as objec tionable are now being returned t" the senders, nnd a rigid censorship on telegrams to all parts of the worli' has been put into operation. All Railroads Vndcr Guard. Koenigsucrg, Ocrmnny, July 31. The tlermun military authorities have posted notices that the railroad station snd tracks here have been placed under military guard. Nobody la iilolwed lo approach nearer than 100 yards of the tracks and culverts snd an order says that civilians dis obeying the sentrlea'challengea will expose the'mrelves lo the danger of bring shot. HrussclH. Rciglum. July 31. The Herman Imperial administration to day Informed the management of the llelgian state railways officially that all International trains Into tlerm.my had been suspended I'llWCK WILL WAIT ON (.KIIMW MORII 17.TION Paris. July 31. The French cab inet council assembled thi afternoon ml decided to adjourn until 10 o'clock tonight. In no case has ny considerable force of Flench troops sdvanced (Continued on Page live.) alijornta Daily Phone 209 item t C.nr Pfnrfrir I irtlit e Dnttror Pa Piercing Arrow Sale Tomorrow Only Don't be i sorry Come Rosenwald's TOIdrillinjsf, Welldrivinj and Irrigation Plants WINHMIILS. TiKH. PCMPS AMI RKPAIIUXO Agent for WclH-r ia l-lngliiei J. V, WOI.KIM1. 41 W. Capper Ae. Ren. pllollo I.VJHW. tUlli ilOiwi III! DUKE CITY CLEANER3 We clean liuta. men' cpH lilng, tlraierle, !. llione SJicn's anil Mi., ruga, curtain. S.'U Wtwt tiold. Fromptne.1 Our Motto beach es Excursions via SantaFe We would suggeNf Kan Itlego, Cor otiMiio, Redoittlo ReUiii, IH-I Mnr, ( M-Miiihlih-, Im Jolla, I atalliM. You can follow I lie Hiiuplo Life In a tent on tlu iH-ai or ihi l aii moi at siicli re'irt as lloli-l del oroiuido with rtrfy luxury ami comfort. ?. J. I01TNS0N, Agent. Phone 03