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'S, The place wtiiu cleorlyIJi!' J"Ci
home of ft flty nmu In M'arrU'of ""l'''
atfil I uas (iirntiiK uwn. vh'ti suit
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.."Hullo, the houseboat!".
." '."Yes; I'm betoIJ'.anawoied Jho man
"Cotiie on, father,; l'e been looklnji
for Ton I'VisrywlittpV ciljbd. the olei
ugafii. ' '" '
"Oh. It's too bud ou'vo been wait
liiB," he answeieil
"Of course I've been waiting'!" she
itniiG back, and he jumped up and ran
toward her Then down tho stops
Hashed Helen Holbiook In white. She
paused at the gute " Instant before
continuing her descent to the crock,
bendliiK her head as she sought the
"Daddy, you dear old fraud. I
thought you were coming to meet me
on tho ridge!"
I turned und giopod my wa along
the darkening path. My heart w.n
thumping wildly and my forehead was
wet with peisplratlon
Ijlma stood on the bank lighting hlh
lantern, and I Hung mself Into the
launch and bade hlni run tor home
We wore soon erohslug the lake. I
lay back on the cushions and gazed
up at the bright uiof of atars. Uefoie
1 reached (il-uaim the shock of Had
lug Helen Holbiook in li loudly com
munication with ber father hud
passed, and I sal down to dinner at
nine o'clock with a sound appetite.
A Fight on a Houtcboat.
At ten o'clock I called lor a boise
und lode out Into the night," turning
into the country with the Intention
of following the lake load to tho le
gion I had eplored in the launch a
few hours before. All was dai k at
St. Agatha's as I passed. No doubt
Helen Holbrook had letuined in due
course fioin her islt to hei fathei
and, after accounting plausibly to her
aunt for hoi absence, was sleeping tho
sleep of the just Now that 1 thought
of the niattoi In all Its homings, 1 ac
ciiM'd myself for not huvlng gone
directly to St. Agatha's fiori tho lone
ly house on Tippecanoe crook and
waited for her theic. demanding an
e.planatlon of her pertldy. She was
netting Miss Pat Infamously; that
was plain, and yet In ni heait I was
excusing anil defending hoi. A fam
ily tow about money was ugly at
best; and nn unfoitiinate even
criminal father iiin still bine some
claim ou his child.
Then, as against such loasoning,
tho vision of Miss Pat lose holme me
and I felt whatever chlali there
13 In me arouse with a rattle of
spcai-h Paul Stoddaul, in committing
that deai old gentlewoman to my care,
had not asked me to fall In love with
her niece; m, Impatient to be thus
swa.ved between two inclinations, I
chirruped to the home and galloped
swlftl over the silent white road.
The whole legion was very lonely,
and now that the beat of hoofs no Ion
Vi rang In my eais the quiet was op-
piesslve. I stuiek thioiigh the wood
and found the crook, and the path be
sldo It. Tho little htream was still
mm inui lug Its own name iuuscall,
with pel Imps a bofler note In deter
once to tho night; and following the
path caiefully I came la a few min
utes to the stops that linked the cot
law with the houseboat at the cieok's
edge It was just lliuic that 1 had
t.een Helen Holbiook. and I stood
quite still lecalllng this, and making
sure that she had come down those
steps In that quiet out of-the-wa cor
ner of tho win Id, to keep tiyst with
her fathei. Tho stoiy anda-half cot
tage was coveied with vines and
close-wrapped In Hhruhhor.v. A semi
clicle of taller pines within shut the
cottage off completely fiom the high
way I crawled thioiigh the. cedars
ami walked along slowly to the gate,
near which "a jiost supported a sign
boaid.' 1 struck a niatch'ahd lead
This, then", Was tlio, Jiome .of the
canoe-maker, iijentloued by Ijlma. I
ioiihd'1li1s' iin'me 'ri-iiiintcil (in the i tit al
delivery, nijjJ 'box Olxed. tp -tlttt irflgn
boarder at the hoiibe It reqjijied no
iticHt ifotlub'ttvo powols to'' fathom
that, I stolo back thioiigh tho hedge
and down to tho housoboat. Sovoral
canoes, carefully covered with tai
patillus, lay about tho dock, and chairs
wero drawn up close to tho long, low
houso in flhlpRhapo fashion. If this
houseboat wub tho canoe-maker's attop
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Flashed Over Me That He Was the Dark
he had chosen a secluded and pictur
esque spot loi It.
An I leaned against the mil studj
Ing the Hues of the house, I heard sud
denly tin- cienk of an oailock In the
KM earn behind, and then low voices
talking. I diew back against the
house and waited. Possibly the ca
noe maker had been abioad. or. mote
likely, lli'iuv Holbiook had gone foith
upon Mime mlchlef, ami my mind Hew
at onto to the two women at St. Aga
tha'f-. one of whom at least was still
under m. pi election. The boat ap
pioached fmtlvelv, and I heanl now
very distinct l words spoken In
"Have a caie; climb up with the
i ope ami I'll follow."
Then the boat touched the platform
light l ami n m-coikI later a man
climbed iilmhlv up the side. His com
panion lollowed, und the tied their
boat to the railing They paused now
to reconnoltei so close to me that 1
could have touched them with my
hands and engaged in a colloqu.v.
The taller mini gave dli eel Ions, the
other letilving in monosyllables to
show that he mulct Htood.
"Go to tho side pinch of tho cpttage,
and knock. When the man comes to
the dooi tell him that vou me the
ohauffeui fiom an automobile that has
biokeu down in the load, und that
you want help tor a woman who has
"Then ,v on know the i"st."
"The knife It shall be done."
I have made It the nile of my life,
against much painful experience and
the admonitions of many phllosuphcis,
to act llrst and icason afterwards.
And heie It was a case of two to one.
The men began stealing ncrnsx the
deck toward the steps that led up to
the cottage, und with lather loio
zeal than Judgment 1 took u step after
thorn, and liumsllv kicked over a
chair that fell clatleilng wildly. Until
men leaped toward the lull at the
sound, and 1 llattened uivself against
the house to await dovelo'pmonts. Tho
silence was again complete.
"A chair blew over," leinaikcd olio
of the voices.
"Theie Is no wind," lopllcd the oili
er, the one I lecognlcd as belonging
to the leader.
"See what joii can lint! and have
The speaker went to the rail and
began fumbling with the lope. The
othei, 1 icallKcd, was slipping quite
nolbclcsslv along the smooth plunking
toward me, his bent bodv faintly sil
houetted In the moonlight I knew
that I could hardly be dlbllnguluhubjc
fiom the long line of the house, and 1
had the additional advantage of know
ing their Htieugtli, while I was still an
ririknown quant It) to, t bam. Ttyo men
vyould assume that I win? either Hart
rililgc, the boatmaker, or Henry Hoi
brook, one of whom they had como
to kill, iuiiI" there Ik, as every ono
knows, little honor In being tho victim
of .itilfitillto'iiV identity. I
iWyi-funJ.'M'iatchlyg along the wall
us lie advanced c-iiiihjimh;; utmiy-wiia
no doubt but that ldi rwtfnld
me in anothei moment, so 1 resolved
to take the Initiative and give battle.
M) fliiRcr-tlim touched the hack of
one of tho folded camp ehuliB that
tested against the house, und 1 slow
ly clasped it. 1 saw tho leader still
standing by tho rail, the ropo in his
hand. Ills accomplice was so eloso
Sailor I Hjd Ordered from
that I could hear his quick bnathlng.
ami something lu his dimly outlined
cioiuiilng llguie was lamfllar. Then
it Hashed over me that he was the
daik salloi I had onhtcd tiom (ilea
aim that nttciunou.
He was now within aim's length of
me and I lumped out, swung the chair
high mid biought it down with a crash
on his head. The fence of the blow
carried me loiwaid mid Jerked the
chair out of my giasp; and down we
went with a might) thump I tell the
Italian's bod.v slip and twist litliely
under me as 1 tried to clasp his arms.
He stiuggled Heicel) to fictt hlint-olf,
and I felt the point of a knife piick
iii) lett wilst shut ply as I sought to
hold his right arm to tint, deck His
miisclcH were like lion, ami I had no
wish to let hlni clasp me In his shoit
thick aims; nor did the Idea or belii'4
stiuck with a Unlit- chi er me rnatly
in that llrst moment of the tight
M) main business was to Ui ep fno
or the knife He was slov.l) lilting
me on Ills knees, while I gtlppcd his
mm with both hands The other man
had diopped Into the boat and was
watching us across the tall
"Make haste. OliiFoppe"' he called
impatlcntl), and I laughed a little,
cither at his conlldence In the out
loino or at his caie for bis own ye-
cuilty; und in) coinage lose to Iitul
that 1 had only one to leckon with I
suddenly slipped ui) left baud down to
wheie my right gilpped ills wilst ami
wrenched H shaipl) Ills (Ingots n
!acd, and when I repeated the twist
the knife inttled on the deck
I broke awa) ami leaped for the
tatl with some Idea ot Jumping Into
the creek and swimming for it ; ami
then the man In the boat let go twice
with a revolvei, the echoing explo
sions inuring over the still creek with
the sound of saluting battleships.
"Hold on to that man hold him!"
he shouted fiom below. I heard the
Italian scutiilng about on the deck for
his kuitc as I dodged loiiud the house.
I was HJtlfalleil to let things stand as
they weie. ami have Hour) Holbrook
and tho canoe niiihei to defend their
own lives and pioporty. Then, when
I was about midwa.v of the steps, a
man plunged down fiom the garden
and had me by tho rollar and on my
bade before 1 knew what had hap
pened. There was an Instant's silence In
which I heanl ungr voices from the
houseboat. My new absallant lis
tened, too, and I ifelt his giasp on me
tighten, though I 'was well winded and
I heanl the boat stilke the platform
sharply ,nn the second man Jumped
Into It; then for an Instn'nt silence
again' held tiio valley, -
My cilptor seemed1 to dismiss the
it-treating boat, and' poking a pistol
Into my ilhs gave me tils attention
"Climb up these sieps. and-do-as
I tell ')ciii If .vou inn, 1 will shoot
)ou like a dog."
"Theio's a mistake " l'-" began,
chokliigly, 7or the Italian hujl almost
jfvtrangledi- and,.i)j)i.Jjmg's jw-ero
.?mptyiias',a spent,' heljowst v'o
""That wllf do. Climb!" Ho stuck
tho, revolvei Into my back ami up I
went mid through the garden towaid
the cottage A door opening on the
veranda wus slightly ajar, and I was
thrust forwnid none too gently Into a
My. captor and 1 studied each othor
attentively for half u minute, Ho was
hcvoiiil iiiistliiii ( lii- man whom Helen
lliillii(inv had muight at the house
luiat In (he mimmei dusk Who Hail
I logo was did not matlei, It was evi
dent that Holbiook, was-ipilto iit bpme
lu tin t aiioe inul.oi'rt hiiuc, aud that'
ho hail no Intention of cuHIu; any olio
else Into out alfnlis' He had umloubt
etllv In aid the icvolvei shots below
ami iusIhiI fiom the cottn'go to I lives
tlgali . ami, meeting- me in lull (light,
lu- had uatuiallv taken tt lor granted
that I w ii Involved In some designs on
himself s he leaned against n
tuble b the door lily wave-liluo eyes
in-iutlnl.ed me v jthf mingled. Indigna
tion urn! Intel est.'
I seeiin d to pu..le hlin.'nnjnils gmro'(
Hwent me nom nonil to root severa
tltn;s befoie he spoke Then hlfl eyes
Unshed angrily and hi' tonic u step In
Who In the devJ aio )ou ami what
do joii waul""
"My name Is Donovan, and I don't
want anything oveopt to get home."
'Whole do j mi come fiom at this
hour of the night?"
"I am spending the auniiner at Mr.
(ileiuirm'H place, near Annandalo."
"That's lather unlikely; Mr. O lun
arm Is abto.nl. What were you tloliiR
down there on the creek?"
1 vvniuit doing anything until two
men ciitue along to kill )ou ami I
mixed up with them ami got badly
mussed lot my tumble."
He ejetl mo with a new Interest.
"liiev came to kill me, did they?
You till a good stoiy, Mr. Donovan."
' Quite so I was standing on the
de k of the houseboat, in whatever It
"Wheie vou hud no business to
"(limited I had no business to be
llieie, but I was there and came near
getting killed tor my Impoitlnonro, as
I have told joii. Tboue fellows rowed
up fiom the du cot Ion of the lake. Ono
ot litem told the other to call oil to
jour door ou the pictctisc of miiiiuiou
lug aid foi a bioken motor car off
then- in the mad. Then ho was to
.-tab joii. The assassin was an Ital
ian Ills cmplojcr spoke to him In
that tongue. I happen to bo ac
qiialnted with It."
"You aie a veiy accomplished pur
ton," he obseived, di)l)
lie walked up to me and felt my
"Who Hied that pistol?"
"The man In chaigo of the ovpedl
tlon. The Italian was liylng to knife
nn- on the deck, and I broke away
fiom him aud inn. Ills employer had
gone back to the boat for safety and
he took a ciack at me as I rati acioss
the platfoim. It's not the fun It of
either that I'm not quite out of busi
An Inner door hack of mo creaked
slightly. M) captor swung round at
'() Rosalind! It's nil light. A gen
tlciuuu heio lost lil.i way and I'm giv
ing him his hearings."
Tho door closed gently, and I heanl
the s-ounil of stops rot renting thioiigh
the cottage. I noted tho anxious look
In llolbiook's lute as lie waited for
tin- founds to cease; then he mi
ll n ssed mo again.
Mr. Donovan, this Is a qutut neigh
borhood, ami I am a peaceable man,
whoso wordly goods could tempt no
one Theie weie undoubtedly otheia
besides yourself down there at tho
oiook, for one inun couldn't havo
made all that iow; but as on aro tho
one I caught I must deal with you.
Hut joii havo piotested loo much, tho
Idea of Italian bandits on Tippecanoo
creek Is ot editable to your Imagina
tion, but It doesn't appeal to my com
mon sonbo. I don't know about your
being a guest at C.leiiann house
even that is lllms). A guest In the
absence of the host Is Just a little too
fancitul. I'm stiongly disposed to
take joii to the calaboose at Tippe
Having been in Jail several times In
dllTeieut pints of tho wot Id I was not
anxious to add to my expeiioncos In
that direction. Moteovei. I hal come
to this lone!) house ou tho Tippeca
noe to gain Information touching tho
movements of lletirj Holbrook, and '
did not lellah the Idea of being throwi
Into a country Jull by hlni I lebolved
to meet the situation boldly.
" "You seem to accept my word to
luctuntl), even alter I have htivod you
fiom being struck down at your own
dooi. Now I will bo frank with you.
I had a put pose in coming Mro "
Ho stepped back and folded Ida nrmB.
"Yes. 1 thought so." H .looked
(iboijj. l.uuca.sll7 befoio his oyea mot
mine. His bunds boat nervously ou
his sleeves as ho waited, and I re
solved to bring imtttoi-H to anlu'e by
speaking his name. ;-,.., '.i . '
"I knovv.wlui )ou
ntntfiVJ I. aud
. ... . " . .....
"You aio a remarkably bad gueascr,
Mr Donovan. If you had vlsltod nifl
by da) light Instead of coming llko a
thief at midnight, jou would havo
saved youiself much trouble My
mimo Is displayed over (no outer gate.
I am Robert Hart ridge, the canoe
maker," (TO BU CONTINUUDJ
"time vou plvcn some fresh water
tn the gnhl fhii nnti''"
Nu. i-i t -in. the. have trit llnlshed
what I gave Hum the oil if- day."
Ghredn Itchlnp ' Was Jnte'rise
Slcep'Waii OUcn Impossible. ,
Cured by Cullcura In Thrco Wceko.
"At (list an eruption of rimalt pha
tales ci mnienceil i it my bunds. Tlirs
inn cii d '"let' to olhor jiarta of my body,
and the ltchliig Uf times was Intense,
so much so that. I literally tote tlm
nkln off lu MiioiIh In socking; roller,
Tho awful Itching Interfornl with my
work considerably, and ul lu'pt mo"
avvako nights. 1 tried uevcral doc
tins and used a. number of different
ointments und lotions hut received
practically no botu-ilt. Finally 1 set
tled down to tho imo of Cutlcura Soap,
Ciitlcinii Ointment and Cutlcura, Iilln,
with tho lesult that In u few dayi all
Itching had ceased and lu about thrco
weeka' tlmo all tracen of my eruption
had disappeared. I have hal no trou
ble or this kind Blnco. H. A. Knits
koff, f7l'l Wabash Ave., Chicago, HI..
November 18 and 'JS, 1007."
I'ottvr lrutf X Cboiu. Corp., Holo Trip., UoMon.
Special Note from Atchison.
The engagement of Mr Hiram liar
deaty and Miss Su.utto Suaiiey 1h an
nounced. It occurred tho other even
ing at !);tr ou (he red sofa lu Miss
Snurlej's parlor. The young lady wan
dressed In black, and wore no orna
ments. She did not look unusually
pretty, and what caused the young
man's mental abei ration Is not known.
Nell her one could remember exactly
what wan said, ami both uilmllttd it
was not the llrst time he klsse.i her.
Wo print the details tor the romantic
joung things vvlio aie always curious
to know how nn engagement la brought
about Ati bison Globe
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