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. A fool lull young tendrrfnot becomes
fascinated wltli (ln bold, nrlful wlfi' of n
rtninhcn prospector In n western rnlnfiiic
town. Tliuy nrppiiro to rlopo In n build
In Mlzznrd but nro confronted by the
irmuilllti husband. I! Is nliot by the
Wife, but 4 ho rlilvnlroti boy pins n
rrnte lo (be hotly tukln tho crltnn
upon hlmntir. In their fllKlit to, thn
rnltroart Million tho woman's horin
mils exhnuntrri: tbo youth puts h'T
on his own nnd follows lmnKlnK to the
tlrrup slrnp. HrrlnK tin Im nn Imp'""
rnent, the wnmnn thrusts hrr i-smrt Into
Rtnow drift nnd rldei on. Half-frozen
e BtumblPi Into tho railroad ntntlon Just
tho trnln hears tbo womnn nwny.
Twcnty-Jlvo yearn Inter, thli mnn, Oeorn
Oormly. Is n multl-tnllllomilro In Now
York. Ilo meets i:iennor llnldnni'. a
fcenutlful and wenltbv settlemont wnrlr,
lind co-oprnite with her In her worn
Clornilv heroine owner of n stenmshlp
lino nnd find lilmsulf fruntrnted In pier
nnd track eMrntloti nlnnn bv Krnftlnir al
dermen, bucked tiy tlm Oothnm Trnrtlon
cnmpiny. An automobile ncrldent brltiK
tho llnldnnen to his country home. florm
Iv nnnouners Hint ho will b innyor of
wew York nnd redeem tlm rlty from cor
ruption, Tho political declaration 'of tho
merrbnnt nrlnen tirniluecil n tremendous
nensntlon Tho whole miirlilnery of tho
city's detectlvo forco Is to be used to dlfc
up somethlmt dnmitKlnt; to Oormly. The
riress heretofoie unanimously favorable
o the merchant cnndldate. under pres
tire, divides nnd tho enmpilRn wuxes
wnrm. A resolution Is Introduced urnnt
InK " crntultnim renewal of thn trnctlon
franchise. Oormlv offer ten million dol
lar for the franchise. Miss tlnldnnc con
KratulntoR Oormly on what sbo terms a
new Declaration of Independence, nnd bo
makes nn unexpected declaration of lovo.
Ho Is shocked by thn confirmation of bis
usnlclnnn that her father Is
nd backbnno af the notorious traction
rompany which lie Is attempting to over
throw. Young Hnldnno discovers his
father's connection with thn Onthntn
Traction compiny. nnd Is Incensed. In
nn Interview between Oormly nnd llal
dnne tho latter pnictlcnlly offers his
daughter's hand ns n brlbo for Oormly to
withdraw. Oormly refuses In nn Inter
view with Oormly Miss llaldnne learns
of her fnthrr'M hnseness though Oormly
vainly tries to lildo it.
CHAPTER XIV. Continued.
8top! You aro on oath now, by
your honor as a gentleman, by your
bojlef In God, by your faith In woman
klrid, by your lovo for mo! I wnnt the '
truth. Indeed, it la almost unneces
sary for you to speak. Your Bllence,
everything, confirms me In that belief. I
A man who would do what he has
dono would not hesitate at that, nut
I must know, and I must have your
"And I can't tell you."
"Well, I won't then. I havo told
you enough. Anything clue you must
Kt from other people."
"And so you refused me?" said tho
Ktrl standing up. "Look sit me!" She
stretched her hands out and stood
boldly, magnificently, defiantly before
him. "You refused mo! Many men
have woood mo; many men havo
ought me for a wlfo. I did not love
you, I don't lovo you; but I might
have learned. You might havo had
me. You say I am the denrcst desire
of your heart. A little silence, a pa
per torn In two, a momentary forget
fulness, nnd I should havo been
yours." 8ho picked the pnper up from
the table as sho spoko and held It bo
for her. "I could tear It up In a mo
Inent. Think what you might have
had." She stepped slowly nround tho
table and approached him. Sho came
rearer to him. Ilo stared at her fixed
ly without moving. Sho waB by his
Ide now, Sho laid her hand upon his
houldcr. "Me," sho said, "for this,
nnd you rofuscd!"
He aodded. ft was tho hardest task
life had over laid upon him, this dis
cussion. ."What are you made ofT" she cried.
"I don't know," gasped tho man
Ihoarsely. "I wns a fool!"
"Will you take mo now?" she Inter
posed swiftly, "and suppress this? If
I say that I will marry you tomorrow,
will you keop this a secret forover?"
"Great God!" whlspored tho man,
"how you tempt me!"
"Will you do It? Answer!"
"No!" said Oormly faintly at last.
"For two reasons. I would not be
orth your respect for a moment If I
did. I could never hope for your love
In that case. And I won't have any
woman that I have to buy."
"And we have both tried to bribe
you. my father and I, and we have
"You did not try to bribe mo, El
eanor. I am sure you did not know
what you wero doing."
"I did," she said. "I wanted to test
you. I wanted to try you. I wanted
to see If It was true. I wanted as
surance that my father had done this
thing. I wanted to measure your man
hood by my womanhood. Oh!" she
said In a sudden chango of mood, "the
light has gone out of llfo for mo!"
"My dear child," ho began tendorly.
She shook her head and sat down
nee more and once more burled her
face In her hands. Ho ventured to
eorae near to her. He laid his .own
hand on her bead and stroked It gent
ly, murmuring broken words; mean
tsgless, save to her on whose ears
they fell Indistinctly. At last she lifted
feer head and looked at blm. She
aufkt his hand In both her own.
"You are a great man," she said, "a
Strong man, a true man, and I am
nly s poor, wretched woman. I kiss
the band that smites me." Before he
ould pretest It she suited tho action
to the word. "Now," sho said, "go.
,T have dose all you can. I under-
Vk'r V suae, I seiiere., (sometimes i uunic
!fejk?;l-t ut wes't jrsu go now?"
With SOME INCIDENTAL
delation lb Die Woman
Cvm3 Town send Brady
uuarGAT0N3 By DswuoffMMeLvtu
ttrrncir mm ermrrini rtM coraiy
Without nnother word Oormly turn
ctl mill left her.
Ilo found Miss Stownrt nnd young
Hnldnno still In tho linll, Thoy stnr'il
nt him awestruck nt tho tragedy In
hln Krlm fnco.
"Go to her I" ho snld ns ho imBac.l
them. "3ho nccdB you."
The Last Council of War.
Summoned by Llffey nt Hnldano'i
urgoitt request, tho governing mem
bers of tho ring met that night nt their
fecrct rendezvous. Thero wero pres
ent busldi'H tho two mentioned, Van
Hlyko nnd Mcltonnld, Hutherford, Con
noil, Hnbberlcy, Ilenson representing
the nllles, nnd tho mayor. When llal
dnne nrrlved, ho found tho others al
"Well?" ttsked Llffey ns soon as tho
other entered tho room.
"He's found It out nnd he's going to
"Found out whnt and going to do
whnt?" nsked Rutherford.
"Oormly hns got onto us, Mr. R.u
therford," wns Llffey's reply. Tho boss
renllzcd Instantly that Hnldnno hnd
fulled lo postpono tho disclosure
' lie's found out tho secret history of
tho Gotham Freight Trnctlon com
rany. He's found out tho wholo bloom
In' history; whero wo git our money,
how we spend It."
"And who was tho trnltor thnt bo
trnyed you?" asked Hcnson fiercely.
"I'd llko to know that same," an
swered Llffoy, his fat Jaws clamping
togethor, his "pompadour" crest bris
tling. "I don't imnglno nnybody betrayed
us," said Rutherford. "We've known
all nlong that tho thing wns bound
to got out sooner or later. If It had
"He's an Adulterer, a Thief,
been lator, It wouldn't have made
much dlfforcnco; but now1 la bo
going to publish It?"
"Ho Is," answered llaldnne.
"When?" demanded Van Slyko.
"Tomorrow. It will bo In every pa
per In tho city except our own."
"Great God!" exclaimed Council, "it
wo could only stave It off for Just
tli r oo more days. Gimme threo days,
"Hid you bid for him?" questioned
tho chief of police.
"Did you go high enough?" asked
"I went so high," said the man,
"that his refusal covered mo with
worse shame than the publication will
"And it wasn't enough?" queried
Rutherford, who had a clearer compre
hension of what tho offor might have
been than tho others.
"So It's coming out tomorrow. Is
"Well, I don't know what we can
do," sntd Llffey, "but grin and take
"Gents, hear me!" burst out Connell.
"1 can't throw no light on this situa
tion; I don't see no way of keeping
this rot out of the papers unless we
could burn up the phnts or close 'cm
down fiomo wny, which I'd llko to
hnvo tho job of doln. Dut we ain't
"This mnn that's posln' ns nn nngot
of virtue beforo tho pcoplo of New
York nnd tnlkln' reform nnd so on Is
tin ndtiltorcr, a thief, and a self-con-Tensed
"Whnt!" roared tho men present.
"You're dreaming! You're mnd!"
"1 am, am I? Well, you Just wirlt,"
returned tho chof, "nnd you'll find I'm
Iho snnest mnn In tho wholo bunch.
You know tho other night when you
wns Jnminln' through tho franchise at
tho city hnll and Oormly tnndo his
"Well, ono ot my men I hnd a
bunch of plain 'clothes men scnttorcd
through tho crowd with hla eyes and
oar3 open hoard n mnn sny, lookln' nt
Oormly stnndln' up on thnt automobile
nnd glvln' tho crowd his Infernal rot,
'Well, If that ain't a dend ringer for
n boy named Ocorgo Fordyco that 1
used to know buck In Kill Dovil Camp
In Wyoming twonty-flvo yenrs ngo, I'll
ent my lint!' My man sized up tho
npenker nt once. Ho was a big west
ern mnn free of speech 'ns ho wns
with hln tnonoy. Ills name's Illll Ham
ilton, nnd he's a big Montana mine
owner. They call him colonel out
thero. They struck up n friendship
right nwny, hnd n few drinks together,
nnd my mnn got enough out of him to
get on the trail of the story wo been
lookln' for without Hamilton In tho
least suspcctln' whnt ho wns after. I
Ecni a dozen of tho smartest men on
the foryo out to Wyoming to rustle up
old Inhabitants or Kill Devil Camp,
which has long since been blotted off
thn map. It seems that this Gormly,
or Fordyce, or whatever his namo Is,
onco run away with a miner's wife,
first robbln' him of his ptlo and shoot
In' tho miner."
Tho little group of men listened to
tho chief's startling story In a fevor
of excitement and surprise, which Con
nell grently enjoyed.
"Now, we know that ho never came
to Now York with no woman," he ran
on. "We've got his whole history from
tho day ho landed here, every minute
of It. Wo reasoned that the woman
must havo deserted him, or ho her.
Naturally she'd mako for one of tho
big cities, especially If she had tho
money. We bellovcd that sho had It;
for he had practically nbne when he
landed. He went to work as a clerk
and a Self-Confesied Murderer!"
In a store at five dollars a week. A
womnn liko that'd bo protty sure to
turn up on tho town somowhere soon
or or later. Wo'vo got a detailed his
tory of everyone of 'em hero and elso
whero. If sho wont down to the gut
tor, Bho'd bo dead. If sho went up
to tho parlor, she'd bo alive still. It
was only necessary to look among
those that aro runnln' tho thing. Wo
found ono, who'd como from Wyo
ming. I went to see her myself, anil
I'vo got her confession here." Ho
hauled a paper out of his pockot. "She
didn't wnnt to tell nothing about it.
She don't come out of It especially
crcdltablo; but wo had means to make
her. All wo got to git now is the
stuff from Wyoming, a witness or two
to Idontify Gormly with Fordyce, and
that's the ond of him."
Connell ' snapped bis finger In de
"Has the woman seen the man?"
asked Reason as soon as tie could got
"Does he still "
"Lord, he don't know she's on the
"Is she sure he Is the man?"
"She says so."
"Has she never tried to blackmail
"Never. She's glno" enough in In
htm alone, I guess."
"Why Isn't she witness enctigh
then?" naked tho district nttorney.
"Well, shi's mixed up In It In rnther
n nasty wny. She's nfrnld she'll suffer
If her part of It Is mndo public."
"I enn fix that," said Hutherford
coolly enough. "A promise of Immun
ity, nnd "
"She won't do It," returned tho
chief. "You enn drlvo theso women
Just so fnr, nnd thero you stop. Be
Bides, It ain't never goln' to como Into
"What do you mean?" nsked Bon
son. "I monn," snld Connell cmphntlcnlly.
"thnt Oormly Is golu' to glvo up the
"Glvo up the gnme!" repeated Hnl
"That's what I snld. It's goln' to be
put up to him ns to whether ho wants
this told or whether ho withdraws
from the field."
"You might bnck your 'put up to
hltu with n wnrrnnt for murder, I bo
Hove," said tho district nttorney. "If
the ovldonco Is whnt you say, I'll havo
charges preferred ngalnst him."
"All right," answered Hho chlof.
"Mr. Rutherford nnd 1 will fix that up.
Now, gentlemen, you leavo this to me.
I tun accustomed to deal with crim
inals, nnd I'll fix Gormly. I ought to
hnvo nil tho reports In my hands the
day nfter tomorrow."
"Wouldn't It bo well to cprlng It to
"Hardly. Besides It's too Inte. Not
oven Oormly himself could keep the
Etuff out of tho papers now.
"I guess now, Mr. Untune," snld
Rutherford, ns tho nssombly dissolved
and the two found themselves alone
together, the others being gonp, "that
jou nro rather glad thnn otherwise
thnt your bribe did not work."
"Yes, 1 suppose so. I don't know,"
nnswered Hnldnno brokenly. "I had
heard some Intimations of this, noth
ing definitely. Connell has been vary
close mouthed. I tried to bluff Gorm
ly with thnt. 1 don't know what ef
feet tho disclosure is going to have
I don't know how true it is. It seems
"Connoll had better be carerul what
he does," returned Rutherford. "He'd
better bo very sure of his facts."
"Why did you leave tbe'hnndling of
the nffalr to him 7"
"Well, he'd mako a good scapegoat
If anything went wrong," answered
Rutherford with cynical Indifference.
Now, as It happened, Colonel BUI
Hamilton was not so guileless as he
looked." After the first exclamation
and the first few confidences over the
drinks which he gave to the plain
clothes man who had so adroitly
sought to get his Btory on that event
ful night. Colonel Bill shut up like a
clam. The interest of the stranger In
the story wbb suspicious. Qolonel Bill
know a great many things that he had
not told, and did not intond tn toil nn.
less it was necessary. Therefore, he
soon got rid of hlsvnew friend and
went to bis room to think It over.
He was morally certain that Gormly
and tho roan whom he had known as a
boy as George Fordyce were one and
the bame. Fortunately he had niwavm
liked Fordyce, and 'he waB not dis
posed to do anything that would In
Of course he had heard, ns had ev
oryono else In the United States, of
the remarkable campaign of George
Gormly for tho mayoralty of New
York. Ho had not had a great amount
of personal Interest In the matter,
however. But when he Identified
Gormly with Fordyce, the affair at
onco engaged his keenest attention.
Since the day be had loft Kill Devil
Camp, he had never heard one word
of either tho man or the woman. He
had supposed, as ovoryone else had,
that they had perished In tho-storm,
r.nd although their bodlea bad never
been recovered there were plenty of
reasons to account for that
What was ho to do? Was he to see
Gormly, or Fordyce as he called him,
and put him on bis guard? Or was
ho to walt( and be governed by cir
cumstances'? This was not an easy
problem to decide; but Colonel Bill
Hamilton finally came to the conclu
sion that his best game was the wait
ing one. Besides he llkod to play a
lone hand, and be felt every confi
dence that he could do It.
Meanwbllo he determined to fortify
himself with such evidence as he
could securo, and at the proper time,
If the story was ferreted out and an
attempt was made to make use of It,
he would, as he phrased It, "butt Into
the game!" He set the telegraph to
work, thoreforo, and presently receiv
ed from his partner In Butte by ex
press a tin box full of very private
official documents. Thereafter he
amused himself by following the prog
ress of the campaign and doing some
highly profitable local Investigating on
hlB own account, the rosult of which
filled him with Joy and satisfaction.
The demonstration of tho alliance
between tho Gotham Freight Traction
company and tho Sachem society, the
publication of tbo membership of Hal
dnne and his friends In the traction
company, the exhibition or Its iniquit
ous processes, came off according to
schedule. Such a storm of wrath and
Indignation rose In the public breast
after the disclosure as had never
been equaled In any political campaigu
In New York.
The stocks of the Gotham Freight
Traction company had fallen off terri
fically, and every other Intorest fur
thered by the syndicate of which Hal
dane was the head had suffered ac
cordingly. Tho city was on the verge
of a tremendous panic. Unrest, ex
citement, uncertainty, were In the air
Tbo people bad been aroused as never
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Elgin, III. Mn. Henry Lelseberg, 7i3 Adams
Rchaetf ontown, Pa, Mn. Cyrus Hetrleh.
Cresson, Ta. Sirs. Vila E. Alkey..
I'alrch-uice.Pa.-Mrs. Idella A. Dunham, Bo
Nervous Prostration. ,
Oronozo, Mo. Mrs. Mae McKnlglit. .
Caindon, N.J.-Mrs. W. P. Valentine, 803 Lis.'
Muddy, lll.-Mrs. May Nolen.
IlrookTllle, Ohlo.-Mrs. K. Klnnlsoa.
FltrhTllle, Ohlo.-Mrs. C Cole.
Phlladel ihla, l'a.-Mrs. Frank Clark, 2418 M.
Allegheny Ave. i
thousands of living witnesses of,
Big 16-ounce package for
10 cents; only 12 ounces for
same price of any other kind.
Not Best Became it U
Cheapest, But Cheapest
Because it Is Best,
Defiance Starch Co.
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