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Kharllt and Ta Collaolor,
Columbia Counlr. Oraffon.
L STORY )
A Romance of the
Cuido von Horvath
and Dean Hoard
IbMiaai, ii or w .. i x(,mi. i
in ana umu ru
For Aft ..... ili. . . . vr . i.
Am.r1.a hn.l ln-rn Im.liilr.l from tha rBt
irl. l.y ilia u... nl 7.mva. a won-
rrui invvnlliili nr lluniilljMl I'riidi.iit
na invrlill.ut IihiI bmvi.iI III rouiilrv
m fnrUn Invtmlim, and tl.a enntlnant
I b.!!! ii f iltr.il iinilfr hum iriivriuiint
wun rrinlriil ur'alili-nl. For half
aanlury l. i ami pniprlly r-l(nril In
hl. ..rl nf Hi. world. Tha ali.ry opana
w.m i r-.i.iiiii rrini.iit rniU'aiiy ill. in
aalh la haali-ti..! ,y tha rarxlot of I
naaaag frnm fount von WariUnati.ln of
Oarinaiiy that ha has at Mat tin-carded In
Kn.lrallna lha ruyi Pvlnf. ha ararna
dauahl.r Aura that thla maana a for
n Invulon. Ha t'lla hrr to hurry to
lha Island nt flrmlih. but dlra bfura ha
faa tail tha In- allon of lha plara. Aalra
w nominal..) for lh pr.ald.ny by tl
aanlln.mal parly Nai.on K.llaon ealla
1 Aalra, Irifiirma h.r that ha waa a pil
II of hrr fulhr'a. and prottilaaa to halp
Mr. iia Kiv.a hir a rtriat inu.la or a raw.
IF dlai-oVMT.d aiilMilMtna ahlrh. ha ItVI.
Clll aolva tha prolil.m nf nyln. ChavaJ
r dl lwn apMara In Kurnpa. Ila notaa
Lat prrparaMoria hava h.u coiuplatad
r an Invaalon of Ainarlca.
Tha count'! fare wai dlaturbod for a
atcond, ban hit own cold blue aye
mat tha frajr onai; (hay claahad Ilka
two awordi, both bladt-a keen, bard
-CbeTallr dl In?-
Tba chavallnr bowad.
"Your bualnoaa mutt ba vary Impor
tant, ilnca you aak to tea ma ln my
"It la, your eicoHi'tiry, and I
know your tlma la valuable I iball not
4alay you lone."
Tba cberallar took a imall packaa
from bla pock tit and unwrapped It,
than ha placed a piece of yellow metal
aa the table.
"Will your eicnllency examine
Tba count picked up the metal with
a bored eiproaatoa and lta weight aur
prtaad hi in.
Tea. It la gold."
"And what la lta meaning?"
"I am willing to build and equip a
factory for your excellency, enabling
a to produce the metal for SS pfen-
MUre tha kilogram."
"Then It la not gold."
"Have It examined by an expert."
-I will do that"
"When may I return for your an
rerT" "Tomorrow morning at nine harp."
Tba two bowed and turned to go.
tat tha count stopped them.
"Who knowa the secret of tba com-
leltloa beeldof youreolf?"
"Only one man. He Uvea ln South
"And thla gentleman?" and thecoant
pointed to Kalmar.
"He knowa aa much about It as your
Tha count thought for a moment
Suddenly ho came nearer to the cheva-
"What la Your Intention?"
Bar and, atopplng before him, looked
taaadllv Into hla wldo. gray ayea. They
stood thus for a few momenta.
What the chancellor felt no one
w . hut he looked as If ba wore
lha auppllcant and tha other tha
Blghty chancellor upon wnom m7
k.. anntinanta rested hopefully. At
aaaat that was the Impreaaion Hart
Kalmar reeelved. ......
Blowly ha asked: "And wnat ia in
ioa of your secret f
1 will tall you tomorrow."
Tha CouMeee Roelny.
fTaamllar dl ton and his compan-
kw hardly hJ left tha room wnon tha
aooat gave orders that oauaea i
to emerge rrom m " -
41va InaUnt tha two men vv-
took aeparaU cabs aad tamaA
It an easy matter to follow Oka quarry,'
ss thay bad no dt-slre to avoid tba
Herr Kalmar returned to the edito
rial rooms and Cbuvaller dl Leon went
to hie hotel, where be bought a num
ber of papers and magazlnea.
The secret service reported at 11:00
p. m. that he bad retired, and consid
ering hi in safe for tba next eight
houra they did likewise. There they
made a uiliituke. The chevalier read
until twelve. Then, cautiously open
ing the door, he looked Into tba hail
No one was ln sight and no sound
came to bis ears, so ha turned and
picked up a small box and hurried
with It to tba Are escape at tba and
of tba hall
It was a clear, starry night, but no
moon was shining. He mounted to the
square, Hat roof, and listening again
advanced to the center and leaned
against the chimney about which tha
snow had melted. He looked at tha
sky for a long time until ha discov
ered the star be was looking for. Waa
It a star? It gleamed like one, but It
winked like an old fashioned revolving
Chevalier dl Lon took the object ha
brought with hlrn, and directing It
toward that winking star he manipu
lated something that gave a metallic
sound. A bias followed, like the blss
of a bullet
A minute later another star ap
peared near the winking one. It was
large and blight and aeemed to spit
Are. Suddenly It dlnappeared In a
small white cloud, looking Ilka a
shrapnel exploding In midair.
The winking star vanished entirely.
Then the chevalier returned to his
rooms and went to bed.
Tba following morning at nine
o'clock ha stood before the chancellor.
Tba count bowed to blm more cor
dially than he had the day before.
"Tba experta report that tha ore
you gave me is chemically pura gold,
purer than any they have ever seen."
He thought for a moment "For some
reason I cannot doubt your words; I
am, so to say, forced to believe ln
you." He looked Inquiringly at the
chevalier, but as be did not answer
the count continued: "Do you realise
the far-reaching Influence of your In
vention?" "I do to the tnoct minute detail."
"What la your Intention V
"To give my Invention to you for
"And that is?"
The young man weighed every word
"Absolute disarmament and pc."
The count showed no surprise. He
felt that ha stood before an extraordi
"Sir, who are you?"
Tha chevalier stood up and smiled
"I expected this question, your ex
cellency, but If you will permit I shall
not a newer It All I can aay la that
I believe I am a true apostle of broth
erly love. My Ideal Is to overthrow
tyranny and make not only tha leaders
but the masses happy and contented.
What I am ottering you Is a mighty In
strument to forward this movement
True, It also means destruction if In
judiciously used. I came to you, sir,
lha chosen leader of tba armies of
four continental He looked earneatr
ly at the man standing before blm.
"Do you not think that it Is your
duty to accept my otter to send home
the millions who are amaseed to break
peace; whose final destination la to
break Into a happy, peaceful continent
where every man is free and where
the hearta of the people are not poi
soned with the passlona of selfish
greed? It Is my own wteh, also, that
those Invisible walls which separate
the American continent from the oth
ers shall disappear, not be destroyed
by ruthless hands, but opened to re
The enthusiastic young man stopped
when he saw a sarcaetlo smile play
round tha corners of tha count's
"1 know enough, cherallerl" Hla
voice waa cool and cutting. "Too are
The chevalier did not say "yea" or
"no." but scorning the cold expn
slon on the count's face he almost or
dered him to hear him out
"Your excellency must listen to m
to the end. Who I am or when I
coma does not matter. I have offered
you a secret that will enable you to
make your country, and through yonr
country the world, happy If used wlta
discretion. If not. It may bring con
ditions that will break all your ambi
tions. Your tremendous armlea, men
of war and fortifications, figuratively
speaking, are all made of gold. You
can easily Imagine what chaos will
relgn If I give my gold away mak It
no more valunble than Iron. Win
ron realize that It will break you. in
spite of your might, and drive your
armies to work Instead of wasting
time In pursuing the scientifically per
fected exercises and studies of devas
tation? You ought to realise that gold
la only an Image created by man; that
yellow metal has no real value. Work
la the only thing of value to a nation.
"1 have one thing more to aay. You
have evidently selected for your Ufe'a
work the Invasion and conquering of
tha American continent, claiming that
the United States had refused to yield
to tha wishes of the European po-wwra
fifty years ago. Do roc th1t.k there ars
no mora men like Hannibal Prudent?
Do you think that after breaking the
Isolator all you would need do worn a
bo to land your armed puppeta and kill
tha people who have nursed lit tha
bosom of Llbnrty? I hava spoken.
rour excellency t"
The chevalier made a conrteoru I bow.
Tna count seated himself befoiw hla
"Chevalier dl Loon, no man ha erer
apoken to me as you have." His voice
waa dun. "I will think or the far
reaching porapeoUva yon baaa praad
before ma; 1 wfrr hava to consider N
from every side, for that mason I
cannot set a data tor my final decision
and ths decision of his majesty Uts
"Above all. you hava awakened my
admiration; you are a strong man,
chevalier, and I am a friend to strong
men. I welcome you " He rose and
offored his band to bis visitor.
'I want to Introduce you to bis maj
esty and the chief diplomats," oontizv
ned the count "I hops you will ac
cept the Invitation to the 'Hal-bail'
given day after tomorrow."
Ths chevalier bowed. Ths count
filled out an Invitation card personally
and escorted hla caller to ths door.
In ths afternoon the chevalier
sought aeroplane hangars and stores
and bought a small monoplane of ths
Belt" style. After trying ths ma
chine, he Inquired for a large, private
hangar and succeeded ln finding one
near ths count's 'residence.
Ths court ball was ons of ths formal
social events of the week. Ths room
In which ths court marshal and hla
assistants received the guests was in
tho ultraaccession style. Whan ths
chevalier entered it be received tho
Impression of entering a gtgantlo wad
ding cake that bad been hollowed and
decorated artfully on the Inside.
Tha stiff courtesy that once pre
vailed at ths court of Frederick tho
Great still was In existence daring
Tho Count von Werdensteln ap
proached the chevalier with unusual
kindness and Introduced him to many
of the guests. The plain, black eve
ning dress, without stars, crosses, rib
bons or other signs of dUUnctlon.
strange under thla roof and
these gorgeous uniforms.
Baron von Koener was asked by tha
chancellor to take cars of ths chera
Her, and ths little huzzar did Ma bast
to entertain the Interesting cbsvaliex.
Am Very Much Honored," Hs Said
whose sols reason for being there was
that hs had some great and valuable
Invention for military purposes.
At 10:00 p. m. ths great double
doors were flung open. Tho master of
ceremony cams In with his big gilt
cans and knocked on ths floor to an
nounce tho arrival of his majesty.
Tho emperor, a tall, typical Prus
sian, cams first, leading ths Princess
of Wales, then cams the Prince of
Wales, escorting tha Princess Isold;
the young emperor was not married.
Tho hidden orchestra played ths old
melody, "Die Wacht am Rheln." Wbon
hla majeety finished tho regular circle
ths chancellor Introduced the cheva
lier. Ths courtiers fell back at a mo
tion from ths emperor and ha and tha
chevalier spent some time ln what
waa apparently an Intimate conversa
tion. When the dance began hs was
dismissed and the emperor waltsod
around the great hall onco with his
cousin, tho Princess of Wales.
Chevalier dt Leon stood alone for a
abort time, watching the dancers with
interest; then ths Baron von Koener
camo and whispered In hla ear that
ths Countess Roslny desired to danes
with him. Dl Leon smiled pleasantly
and followed the baron, who led him
to a young woman of great beauty.
Her large, dark eyea rested on tha
bowing chevalier; her rosy cheeks
dimpled ln a smile as she stood ap to
take his arm. They waltzed away from
tho baron, who looked after them with
The chevalier proved to bo a master
of waltzing; disregarding tha usual
habit he did not stop after ths first
tour of the room, but continued. Tba
countess smiled at him coquettlshly.
"Chevalier, you dance wonderfully."
"Ah, you, countesa, are tha droam
of a dancer."
They arrived at tha countess' chair,
but the chevalier showed no signs of
stopping and carried her along aa eas
ily and gracefully as tho morning
breeze carries ths fragment of thistle
"Wo are creating a sensation, Cfc
slier dl Leon."
His majesty and ths princess koft
ths ball at midnight and soon after
tha Countess Roslny found an oppor
tunity to talk onca mora to tha ehs-ns-
"Am I asking too much of you tn
Inviting you to our house ball on Baa
Tho chevalier bowed and sntflad at
tha countesa. whoso long, ellky a
Uahoa shaded her beautiful ayoa with
such apparent Innocence.
"I am Tory much honored," ha
Ha met tha chancellor once mora tn
ths buffet that adjoined ths groat ball
room. Ha took tho chevalier by hla
arm and led him to a table. There, In
tha company of high noblea and diplo
mats, thay clinked glasses and drank
to tho health of Hla Majesty, tha
paror of Oernany.
(to na cownitrKixj
My little brother William had been
staying up rather late and went to bed
without saying his prsyers. Mother
said to him: "Why. Willie, I'm sur
prised at you I You haven't said your
prayers." "Aw, gee I" ha answered;
"what's the uss of waking ths Lord
up at this hour of tha night?" Chi
Sne "Jack, when we ars married,
I must have three servants." Ha
"You shall have twenty, dear but
not all at the same time." Answers.
PR centuries t has been known that
Inar aicants for the cure of diaaaaa
Ova fortV .n man J tr R V Pla-oai. ahijif
Hotel and SurgicaJ lnatitute at Buffalo, N. Y., naad the powdarad extracts aa well as
tha liquid extracts of native medicinal plants, such as Bloodroot and Quaan's root,
Goldaa Seal aad Stone root. Cherry bark and liandraka, for tas Cure OX bleed
rineaiea. . This praecriptioa as put op in liquid form was called "
Golden" Medical Discovery
and has enjoyed a large aale for all
l.a.4 V .... t - J . k.
"joat medicine dealer, or aand btie in one cant poatasa stamps for trial boa to
t)T. Pierce's Invalids' UotaL buffalo, N.Y., and tablets will be mailed, poatage prepaid.
. an uvw w. -u. uvwuwa.
The "Golden Madical Diacovery" makes rich, red blood, invigorates tha
atomach, liver and bowels and throagh them the whole system. Skin
affections, blotcbas, boils, pimpias and eraptiona -result of bad blood
i eradicated oy uua aitsraure
fiend) S 1 one cant atamna to na coat
flame's ttinaoa. benae Madical
ADDRESS DR. K. V. PIEKCE, BUFFALO, N. Y.
One Limit He Dare Not Paaa.
"As a general proposition, I care
little for the plaudits or criticisms of
my fellow men," stated Pip Maudlin,
the blase young clubman of Skeedee.
"While I am not defiant of public
opinion, I am to a great extent indif
ferent to it But, try as I may, I
have never been able to persuade my
self that my feet are small enough to
permit me to wear white shoes with
out violating the laws -f physical
Don't boy water for btnlngr. Liquid bloa la aV.
atoat all wat-r. Bur Ked Cross Bail blue, tba
blue that's ail blue.
Where the "Space" Waa.
You know how crowded a second
hand furniture store is, always piled
high with odds and ends of household
goods. Well, there is such a shop on
the South side, in a one-story shack,
which the other day posted this sign
In the window: "Space For Rent"
"I suppose," remarked a man who
was passing, "there must be a vacan
cy under one of the tables." Kansas
Editor Willing to Retract.
"Look here, Mr. Editor," exclaimed
an irate caller, "you referred to me
yesterday as a reformed drunkard.
You must apologize, or I'll sue your
paper for libel." "Very well, air,"
replied the editor. "I'll retract the
statement cheerfully. I'll say you
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Seven years ago a New York real
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have it The purpose of the will has
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Protection Against Bores.
Paley, the theologian, had an ingen
ious method of warding off the time
waster. When thinking out a prob
lem he betook himself to the river
bank with a fishing rod. He never
really fished, bat he found that people
who thought nothing of disturbing his
thoughts would keep at a distance so
as not to disturb the fish. To give
color to the ruse he had his portrait
painted with fishing rod in hand.
Two little sisters, just promoted,
were comparing teachers. Helen said
she did not like her new teacher. "I
have to like my teacher," spoke up
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