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FIRST AND ALDER STREETS
By Booth Tarkington
An Interesting Serial Story, a Portion of Which will be Pub
lished in the Review Until Completed.
(Continucdfrom last week)
"Ob, bo I" tho ambassador cried out. "Ho would not ba content
with mo. Ho would wander over a Btrnngo country."
"Ha, ha, my Miropoix I And what is bettor, one- ovoning I am
oblige' to fight somo fricn'u of M. do Wintorsot thoro, and Bomo ladiet
and cavaliers look on, and tboy etui think mo n servant. Oh, I stn
I great actor! 'Tis truo thoro ia not a peasant in Franco who would
I not havo then known ono 'born but thoy nro wondorful, this English
pcoplo, holding by an idea onco it is in their beads a mos' worthy
j quality. But my good Molynoux hero, ho bad speak to mo with
courtesy, jus' becauso I am a man an' jus'' becauso ho is al-ways kind.
' r l i I.:- ...... i t- i n t i
imiu luum iiiui, ma yiuai-iunuiiniiur wuh a A' runenmnn. i do j. son
to him and toll him ov'rytliing, and ho gain admittanco for mo hone
tonight to await my fricn's.
"I was speaking to messieurs about my cousin, who will moddlo in
tho affair' of his relative'. Woll, that gentleman, ho moko a marring
for mo with n good and accomplish' lady, vory noblo and vory beauti
fuland amiable." (Tho young count at his elbow started slightly at
this, but immediately appeared to wrap himself in a mantlo of solomn
thought.) "Unfortunately, when my cousin nrrango' so I was a dolt,
a little blockhead. I swear to marry for myself nnd whon I ploase
or nuvor if I like. Hint lady is all things charming and gontlo, and, in
truth, sho is very much nttach' to mo why should I not say it ?
am so proud of it. Sho is very faithful nnd forgiving nnd sweet. Sho
would bo tho samo, I think, if I woro oven a lackey. But I?
was a dolt, n littlo unsensible bruto. I did not vnluo such thing' thon.
I wna too yo'ng, Ins' Juno. So I say to my cousin, 'No, I mako my
own choosing I' 'Littlo fool ho answer, 'she ia tho ono for you. Am
I not wisor thnn you V And ho was very angry, and, as ho has influ
enco in Franco, word como' that ho will got mo put in Vinconnos, bo I
mus' run away quick till his angor is gone. Aly good frion' Miropoix
is jus' leaving for London. Ho take' many risk' for my sako. His
hairdresser dio before ho start', so I travel as that poor harbor. But
my cousin is u man to bo afraid of when ho js angry, oven in England,
and I uuin' not got my Miropoix in trouble I mus' not bo discover
till my cousin is ready to laugh about it all and innko it a joke. And
there mny bo spies. So I chnngo my nnmo again and como to Bath
to amuse my retreat with a littlo gaming. I am al-ways fond of that
But three day' ago M. lo Marquis sond mo n courier to say that my
brother, who know where I had run away, is como from Franco to say
that my cousin is appeas'. Ho need mo for his littlo theater, tho piny
cannot go on. I do not need to espouse mndomoisollo. All shall bo
forgiven if I roturu, nnd my brother nnd M. do Miropoix will moot
mo in Hath to felicitate.
"Thoro is ono more thing to say that is all. I havo said I learn1
a secret, and use it to make a man introduce mo if I will not tell. He
has absolve' mo of that promise. My frion's, I had not tho wish to
ruin that man. I was not roceivo'. Mccstairo Nash had robot? mo. I
had no other way except' to uso this follow. So I say, 'Tako mo to
Lady Malbournu's ball us "Chntenurlon." ' I throw off my wig and
shave, nnd bohol', I am M. lo Duo do Castlo Nowhoro. Ha, ha! You
Tho young man's manner maidenly changed. Ho beenmo haughty,
menacing. Ho stretched out his arm and pointed at Wintorsot. "Now
I am no 'Beaucairo,' mesjiiours. I nm a French gentlomnn. Tho man
who introduce' mo at tho price of his honor and then betray' mo to re
deem it, is that coward, that card cheat 'thoro 1"
Wintorxot made n horriblo effort to luugh. Tho gontlomon who
Btirroundod him foil uway us from pestilence "A French gcntlo
man!" ho sneered savagely nnd yet fearfully. "I don't know who
you are. Hide behind us many toys nnd ribbons ns you liko. I'll know
tho iiniuo of tho man who dnrott bring such a chargo I"
"Sir!" cried do Miropoix sharply, advancing a stop toward him;
but ho cheeked himself at onco. Ho mado n low bow of stato, first to
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Also slab wood. Timbers of all .sizes cut to order.
Get your winter's wood now and save trouble.
laWY MARY CARLISLE, THE BEAUTY OF DATII, PASSED SLOWLl
tho young Frenchman, then to Lady Mary and tho company. "Permit
me, Lady Mury und gentlemen," ho said, "to nssumo tho honor of pro
boating you to his highness, Prince Louis-PhiUppo de Valois, duke of
Orleans, duko of Churtres, duko of Komours, duke of Montpenaier,
first prineo of tho blood royal, first poor of Franco, Ueutonant general
of French infantry, governor of Dauphine, kuight of the Goldea
Fleeeo, grand master of tho Ordor of Notre Dame, of Mount Carmel
and of St Luznrus in Jerusalem, und cousin to hia moat ObriaUaa
majesty, Louis XV. of Franco,"
"Those are a few of iny brothor'a uaines," whispered Heari ti
Beaujolais to Molynoux. "Old Mircpoix has tho long breath, but it
tako a strong man two da to say all of them. I can suppose this
Wintersot know' now who bring tho chargo 1"
"Castlo Nowhoro!" gasped Beau Nash, falling back upon tke
burly prop of Mr. Bantison's shoulder.
"Tho Duko of Orleans will rcceivo a mossago from mo within the
hour!" said Wintorsot as ho mndo his way to tho door. His faco wm
black with rngo and shame.
"I tol you that I would not soil my hand with you," answered the
young man. "If you send a mcssngo no gcntloman will bring It.
Whoever shall bear it will rcceivo a littlo beating from Francois."
Ho stepped to Lady Mary's side Her head was bent low, her faco
averted. Sho seemed to breathe with difficulty nnd loaned heavily
upon a choir. "Monscignour," sho faltered in a half whisper, "can
you forgive mo ? It is a bittor mistako I havo mndo. Forgive."
"Forgivo !" ho answered, nnd his voico wns as broken as hers ; but
ho wont on, moro firmly: "It is nothing less than nothing. Thoro
ia only jus' ono in tho wholo worl' who would not hovo treat'
mo tho way that you treat' mo. It is to hor that I nm goin' to mnko
reparation. You know somothing, Henri ? I am not goin' back only
becauso tho king forgivo me. I am goin' to plcaso him. I am goin'
to cspouso mademoiselle, our cousin. My fricn's, I ask your felicita
tions." "And tho king does not compel him I" exclaimed young Henri.
"Henri, you want to fight mo ?" cried his brother sharply. "Don'
you think tho king of Franco is a wiser man thnn mo 1"
Ho offered Iub hand to Lady Mnry.
"Mndcmoiscllo is fntiguo'. Will Bho honor mo V
Ho walkod with her to tho door, hor hnnd fluttering faintly in his.
From Bomewhcro about tho garments of ono of them n littlo cloud of
faded roso leaves foil nnd lay strown on tho floor bohind them. Ho
opened the door, nnd tho lights sliono on n multitude of eager faces
turned toward It Thcro wns n gront hum of voices, nnd, over all, tho
fiddles wovo a wandering air, a swcot Fronch song of tho voyngour.
Ho bowed very low, as, with fixod and glistening oyes, Lady Mary
Cnrlislc, tho beauty of Bath, paBscd Blowly by him and wont out of
A Singular Coincidence.
V, WILLARD C. IRVING.
i elllK chief of tho detective bureau in which I was employed
III ono day told mo that a prisoner convictod of murdor
1 1 .atinl tn ann tun In tila nnll. T wont tft tlm nrldOll nnd
found an educated and refined man, who Bald to mo :
"I'm not guilty of this murdor, but I'vo boon proven
guilty, and thoy'ro going to bang mo. Now, I wont you to mnko an
effort for my lifo. I shall not swing for six weeks, and mcanwhilo
want all your time I'll givo you $500 for your timo and $10,000
if you'll find out who committed tho murder and thus exonorato mo."
Tho murdered man wns a Mr. Jnrvis. Ho nnd tho condomnod, Hor-
ton, lived near oach othor and had had business dealings togothor.
O110 night Ilorton visited Jnrvis. They bad hot words, Horton accus
ing Jnrvis of having swindled him, and tho next morning Jarvis waa
found dead, shot through tho body. Tho murdored man was tho only
person in tho houso oxcopt tho sorvants, who slept in tho back part
and did not hear tho shot.
I worked a month endeavoring to find a clow to somo ono who
would havo hnil nn interest in Mr. Jnrvis' death. I failed signally.
Taking a box of tools, I wont, as a final expedient, to tho room
at 0 in tho ovoning tho hour Ilorton had visited Jarvis and
began a systematic- examination of tho locks, window catches, indeed
anything pertaining to entrnnco and exit. I found nothing and at
midnight, tired nnd disappointed, wont to sleep on a lounge Somohow
I couldn't got rid of tho fancy that I might soo somothing during tho
night to givo mo a clow.
But I didn't. With tho lifo of 11 follow being on iny hands I slopt
but littlo and was nwuko at daylight in tho morning. I was in a library,
and, besides books, it was filled with curiosities.
Among othor things I noticed on tho wall a pair of mooso'a horn
supporting un antique arquobus, It was hung in such a mannor that
it did not point parallol with tho wall, but at an aouto angle Tho sun
had beou up somo timo, and its rays woro converged by a couvex glass
in a fancy window into a brilliant spot on tho wall. I watched tho spot
travol as tho sun roso, aud it passod a short distanco from tho powder
pan in tho arquebus. I looked at tho chair in which Mr. Jarvis had
been accustomed to sit and noticed that tho wenpon pointed directly at
it It occurred to mo that if tho sun spot had passed exactly over the
pan and tho gun had been loaded it would havo been fired. Then it
suddenly eutorod my head that this sun spot and gun might have boen
connected with Jarvis' doath.
I got up and examined tho gun. It was empty. I called tho Berv-
ants, Ihoy reported that their roaster had kept it loaded, declaring
that it was yet good enough to protect him against burglars. At any
rato I believed Jarvis had boen killed by tho gun oven if tho sun spot
had not fired it.
Tho next morning I took an assistant from an astronomical obsorv-
atory into tho room. Ho noticed tho courso travoled by tho sun spot
aud figured its track on tho dato of tho murdor. After finishing his
computations ho announced that tho spot on that dato passed over tho
pan of the arquebus. Ono thing more I got up on a stepladdor,
lookod down tho guu'a barrol and saw that it pointed directly at Mr.
As soon as I had completed these investigations I went to the
prisoner and announced tho result. I shall nover forgot tho look of
intolligonco and hope that camo into his faco. Tho next morning I had
tho prisoner's attorney in tho room, and the next tho judgo that had
sontenced him. Tho attorney formed the theory that Mr. Jarvis was
sitting in bis chair the morning the sun spot fired the arquebus aad
Tho prisoner was accorded a now trial, but it was a very short one.
Tho jury, after visiting tho room and seeing a demonstration by the
attornoy, who arranged that tho suu spot should fire a bullet into Mr.
Jarvis' chair, acquitted tho prisoner, Tho incident saved his life and
made my fortune. .
(Coutiuued next week)
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, streets, Portland, nnd Koom 25, Hoi-
brook Mock, St. Johns.
Phone: Pncific 2098. Residence: St. Johns
HENRY E. COLLIER
1 Rooms in the Holbrook building,
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Enit St. Johns.
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Joseph McChcsncy, M. D.
Day and Nlcht Office In McCliciney Block
I'hom WoodUwn 47S
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DR. L. G. HOLLAND,
PHYSICIAN AND SUKOEON
Residence: 435 Wllllnnm Ave.
Phone Knst 636J. Office: Hoi
brook llrick Block, rooms 3 nnd 4
Phone llnst 36S9.
St. Johns, .... Oregon
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Crown nnd Bridge Work n
Rooms t nnd 3, Holbrook Block, St. Johns
Dr. MARY MacLACHLAN
Physician and Surieon.
Office In Itolbrook's Block.
Resilience, 315 Ilnycs street.
Phone Scott 6995.
Plumbing and Tinning
Phone East 631 1
203 Jry Street St. Johns, Or.
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ST. JOHNS. ORCQON
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KMOIITS OF HVTIIIAS.
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Street Car Time Table.
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